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Welcome to the Daughters of the American Revolution, Gulf Coast Chapter.

My name is Margaret. I will be your host on this page. I will welcome new material and suggestions and information. Please enjoy you visit here.

The Daughters of the American Revolution Society has as our goal to perpetuate the memory and the spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence; to promote the development of an enlightened public opinion; and to foster patriotic citizenship.

Our State Regent's project this year is to promote new membership. If you would like to become a member of DAR and you think you have an ancestor who served in some capicity during the American Revolution, feel free to contact one of the offices listed below. Members are more than willing to help new members with applications. We will show you how to search your family ancestors back to wartime events, thus making it possible for you to become a member of our society.

The Gulf Coast Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is in Harrison County Mississippi. We are the oldest chapter in the state. Our chapter was founded by some of the greatest ladies in the world! It is now maintained by the same caliber of ladies!

Our current offices are: Regent: Nell Eubanks; Vice Regent: Margaret Marasco; Chaplain: Eloise Mohler; Recording Secretary: Pat McDaniel; Corresponding Secretary: Pat McDaniel; Treasurer: Pam Brown; Registar: Frankie Matthews; Parliamentarian: Melba Clements; DAR Essays: Earline Holder; DAR Good Citizens: Earline Holder; DAR Schools: June Jones; Veterans Affairs: June Jones; Genealogy: Margaret Marasco.

You can contact us at: or write to the following address: Any Officer of DAR; Post Office Box 195; Saucier, MS. 39574

We hope we will be hearing from YOU soon!


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