Our chapter was founded April 8, 1926, in
Carmel, Putnam County, New York. It currently consists of 80 members
and 7 associate members. We meet usually on the first Saturday of
the month at the
Walter Brewster House
in Brewster at 10:00 a.m.
Chapter Vice Regent
Chapter Recording Secretary
n Our new book "Gravestones of Revolutionary
War Patriots in Putnam County, NY" is now available.
Check here for more information.
Lake Gleneida Trail Project - dedicating a bench
and plaque on the new trail.
Colonial Readers Project - Children's stories
about Colonial times with period costumes for area libraries.
We support our local Women's Shelter by
contributing cell phones and making Easter baskets for the children.
We issue Community Service Awards to
young members of our community.
We are researching Crosby families in Putnam,
Dutchess and Westchester counties which can be seen at
Friends of Enoch Crosby.
We have guest speakers at our monthly meetings
talking about a variety of issues.
We support veterans through the Wounded Warrior
Project and by visiting our local Veterans
Hospital and attending Veterans Day Ceremonies. Our chapter's Project
Patriot, named "Sybil's Sister", supports our active duty female warriors.
We attend local history and patriotic
observances in our community and county.
We collect UPC labels and Box Tops for Education to help support
the DAR schools.
Members also participate in C.A.R. (Children of the American
Revolution) activities and co-sponsor the Highland Pass Society C.A.R..
One of our members is working to restore a local graveyard where several
Revolutionary patriots are buried.
Our chapter marched in the
Brewster Memorial Day Parade May 26, 2014, and
presented a wreath in honor of Revolutionary War patriots.
One of our ongoing projects is to honor those
who served the cause of freedom by placing memorials on gravesites.
On October 26, 2013, we placed
a marker on the gravestone of Joshua Griffeth in the Old Revolutionary
Burying Grounds in Patterson, Putnam County, NY.
2004 the Chapter was proud to place a marker on the Memorial to Enoch
Crosby. The original gravestone was destroyed by people hacking bits of
the stone off as souvenirs. Ferdinand Hopkins, a grand nephew, had this
monument made and placed at the grave of Enoch Crosby in 1914. A DAR
grave marker was placed at the grave by the Enoch Crosby Chapter on May 2,
2004, at the Gilead Burying Ground, Carmel, New York
In the photo Left to Right:
Vivian Vreeland Mausler; Susan A. Hopkins; Jane B. Garbo; Marilyn Cole
Greene; Lisa Liberty McPartland; Frances T. Pattarini, NYS Regent; Betty
N. DeVries, Vice President General, Hon. NYS Regent; Barbara Goin Draper.
The two flags on either side are held by members of the Highland Pass
Society C.A.R. Color Guard.
Revolutionary War Soldier & Spy
born 1750 Harwich, MA
died 1835 Carmel, NY
Marker placed by
Enoch Crosby Chapter, NSDAR
2 May 2004