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MEETING NOTICE!

Apr. 1st. 6:30 PM

Dean's Diner, 125 West 2nd. Street, Mt. Vernon, IN

Robert Hall will present his program:
"The British View of the American Revolution!"


General Thomas Posey Chapter
Current Officers for 2014
President - Stephen H. Johnson
Vice-President - Cedric Hustace
Secretary/Treasurer - Robert N. Hall
Chaplain - Robert R. Faulkner




Interested in learning more about becoming an SAR member?
Membership in the Sons of the American Revolution is open to any man of age eighteen (18) years or over
(under 18 may join as Junior members), who is a lineal descendant of an ancestor who supported the war for
American independence. These ancestors are referred to as Revolutionary War Patriots and include
those persons who fought in the military and/or militia, who provided supplies to the American cause,
who served on political bodies supporting the Revolution, who signed oaths of support and similar acts.



GTP Meetings for 2014
***** April 1, 2013 *****






GTP INSSAR Chapter Compatriots Stephen Johnson & Bob Hall
present the NSSAR Flag Appreciation Certificate to Maggie Hoefling
Ruth Hall was present during the ceremony.
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May/June issue of Evansville Living Magazine Cover is a painting by GTP INSSAR Chapter Compatriot Cedric Hustace!



Inside this issue of Evansville Living Magazine is an article about GTP INSSAR Chapter Compatriot John G. West
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11 NOV 2013 is Veteran's Day! Visit these sites:
Veterans' Day - The VA's Vet's Day Site




Indiana Society Sons of the American Revolution INSSAR National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution NSSAR
NSSAR Current Status of Membership & Supplemental Applications National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Indiana Society Children of the American Revolution The National Society Children of the American Revolution
General Society Sons of the Revolution (SR)
(Not Affiliated with the SAR)
Department of Veteran Affairs
National Archives and Records Administration The Library of Congress
A Short History of the United States Pledge of Allegience Michael Meals' Rev. War Links
U.S. Defense Link Documents of Freedom
Battles of the American Revolution Portraits of our Presidents
The US Declaration of Independence Archiving Early America
The USA Flag Site Historic Flags
The Star Spangled Banner Flags Over America


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Published on 26 Nov 2012 with last revision on 27 Mar 2014

About SAR: The Sons of the American Revolution is a historical, educational, and patriotic "lineage" society comprised of male descendants of patriots who supported the cause of American Independence during the years 1774-1783. Mission: The purpose of the Sons of the American Revolution is "to perpetuate the memory of those who, by their services or sacrifices during the war of the American Revolution, achieved the independence of the American People". Description: The General Thomas Posey SAR Chapter is active in the Indiana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and meets in Mt. Vernon, Indiana. General Information: Membership in the Sons of the American Revolution is open to any man of age eighteen (18) years or over, who is a lineal descendant of an ancestor who supported the war for American independence. These ancestors are referred to as Revolutionary War Patriots and include those persons who fought in the military and/or militia, who provided supplies to the American cause, who served on political bodies supporting the Revolution, who signed oaths of support and similar acts.

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