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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Waterloo, Illinois


National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Waterloo, Illinois


Claudia Asselmeier

First Vice Regent:

Rebecca Powers

Second Vice Regent:

Margie Lindhorst

Recording Secretary:

Nancy Sewell


Virginia Mueller

Corresponding Secretary:

Peggy Meinberg


Kay Theobald


Wanda Schaller


Florence Mulligan


Sue Watters

For information about our meetings and membership,
please contact:

Florence Mulligan

LuAnn Mattern

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Monroe County Revolutionary Soldiers

Shadrach Bond, Sr. - Sergeant of Virginia

James Garretson - Patriot

James Levi Lemen - Soldier

Frederick Mann -Private in Vermont militia
Peter Rogers - Fife-major, Connecticut Line

Jacob Judy (Tschudy, Tschudi) - Patriot

Click Here to View These Soldiers Info.

Pictured is an avenue of flags along a visible section of the Old Kaskaskia Trail in Monroe Co., IL. Originally, the Kaskaskia Trail was an Indian trail that connected the two French villages of Kaskaskia and Cahokia. This trail now leaves South Church St. in Waterloo, goes past the Historical Society property, then on to the Moore Cemetery. The Historical Society property contains Bellefontaine Spring where George Rogers Clark and his men camped. After their tour of duty some of the men returned and one of them, James Moore, settled this site. At least two Revolutionary War Patriots, James Moore & John Whiteside, are buried in the Moore Cemetery.

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