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NSDAR Motto:
"God, Home & Country"


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2016-2019
National Theme:

"Moving Forward in
Service to America"




Welcome to the
Greysolon Daughters of Liberty Chapter
of the
Daughters of the American Revolution

Duluth, Minnesota



2017 - 2019

Minnesota State Motto:
Be an angel - guard  DAR Historical Markers 

Minnesota State Project:
Restoring Minnesota DAR 
Historical Markers
 

Bible Verse: 
For He has given his 
angels charge over you 
to guard you in all 
your ways.
 

Psalms 91:11




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About Us

The Greysolon Daughters of Liberty Chapter was formed when the Greysolon du L'hut
and Daughters of Liberty Chapters merged at the end of 2010.

Organized October 19, 1895 & April 19, 1897

Members come from Duluth and surrounding areas.

Please contact the following chapter officers for more information:

Regent - Stephanie Hawkins

Registrar - Patricia Trout

 


Membership

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR):

~ The largest women's patriotic organization in the world ~
~ Over 165,000 members, with 3,000 chapters in all 50 states and 12 countries ~


We welcome women who want to participate in
the historical, educational, and patriotic activities of the DAR.

Membership in the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is
a unique opportunity to establish lineage and heritage as a descendent of a patriot
of the Revolutionary War. Volunteering through the DAR is an effective way to
honor our patriot ancestors, recognize their roles in establishing the
United States of America, and carry forth their purpose of American freedom.

Information
We are delighted to answer questions about the DAR or patriot lineage.

Criteria
Prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence;
document each statement of birth, marriage, and death in the lineal line;
document the ancestor's patriotic service in the Revolutionary War; and
be a minimum of 18 years of age.


Accepted Service of Patriots

19 April 1775 - 26 November 1783
(Battle of Lexington - withdrawal of British troops from New York)

Revolutionary War service also includes being a signer of the Declaration of Independence,
or someone who performed civil service duties or provided patriotic service.

To find out more about these different types of service,
visit the National DAR Website for a list of all the
acceptable types of Revolutionary War service.


Chapter Programs for 20176-2018


All meetings start at 11:00 a.m. with lunch at noon and the speaker at 1:00 p.m. except
December and February meetings which begin at 1:00 p.m..

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Genealogy Work Shop

Offered at the
Duluth Public Library, 500 Superior St.

Northshore Room 2nd floor


For more information or for details on the next Work Shop please e-mail Mary Evans



Patriots

Jacob Annis MA
Israel Baldwin CT
Stephen Barnes CT
Nehemiah Bates MA
Jacob Becker NY
Edward Beeson VA
David Blakeslee NY
Daniel Boughton NY
Samuel Bowen RI
William Bowen, Sr. RI
Jacob Brinckerhoff PA
Joris George Brinckenhoff  PA
John Buchanan PA
Melzar Byram MA
Paul Carrington VA
George Chapin, Jr. MA
William Colley VA
Edward Collins CT
Moses Cortright  NY
Thomas Cresap MD
Joseph Cunningham NC
Frederick Daniels NC
Noah Day CT
John Dent VA
Arnold Henry Dohrman PT (Portugal)
Deliverance Eastman CT
Jacob Ellsworth VA
Thomas Ewing PA
William Fairbanks RI
Baltzer Faust PA
Joseph Fenstermacher PA
Frederick Fishel PA
Ashbell Freeman NJ
Wendle Freshour VA
David Frost MA
John Garrett DE
Nathan Gates CT
Abraham Gormley PA
Hugh Gormley PA
Henry Haggard NC
Ephraim Hart PA
Aaron Henry PA
Peter Hess PA
John Humphrey VA
Jonas Huntington CT
Joseph Junkin PA
James Kennedy PA
Henry Kuntz PA
Thomas Lewis VA
Ephraim Little CT & NJ
Seth Makepeace MA
Gershom Martindale, Jr. MA
Andrew McCormick NC
William McCoy PA
Mark McGohan PA
William Mott NY

John Nay

VA
Samuel Nelson PA
Samuel Olmstead NY
Jonathan Palmer NY
William Palmore GA
Samuel Pepper, Jr. VA
David Porter SC
Jeremiah Prescott NH
Josiah Record VA
Nathaniel Richmond, Jr. MA
John Roane MD
Jonathan Ross PA
John Rowles PA
Elijah Sackett PA
Maria Elizabeth Petrie Schell NJ
James Seaton PA
Simeon Skillings MA
William Stone I RI
William Stone III RI
Amos Sturgis PA
Reuben Thayer MA
Peleg Wadsworth, Jr. MA
Samuel Warriner, Jr. MA
George Waltz MD
Jarrett Williams VA
Joseph Wright VA