Society Color Guard Members at Willsboro Battle Monument ReDedication 1940
Organized July 3rd, 1896 in Plattsburgh,NY,
and Incorporated July 6th, 1896 in Albany,NY.
(See Original Seal to the Right)
Admitted to the General Society of the War of 1812, February 12th, 1897.
-Organizing State Officers-July 3rd, 1896-
Henry Ketchum Averill-
Sylvester Barton Miller-
Nathan Henry Jones-
Henry Harmon Noble-
Brevet Brigadier General, George Frederick Nichols-
The New York Society of the General Society of the War of 1812 traces it's origins back to the 19th Century.
When shortly after Sept. 14, 1814 a New York State Society of 1812 Veterans was formed taking lead from the Baltimore Defenders Association-Society in Maryland aka Maryland Society.
As the 19th century drew to a close, the ranks of the state 1812 veterans grew thinner and the Veterans relied more and more on their Descendants as Members to carry on.
On 14 April 1894 the Maryland and New York societies formed the General Society of the War of 1812,
with each of the constituent societies becoming a state society.
Following on July 3rd, 1896 in Plattsburgh.
The Society of the Second War With Great Britain in the State of New York (SSWGBSNY)
was formally Organized having changed it's Name from the Society of the War of 1812 in the State of New York.
Compatriot John H. Noble (Son of Henry H. Noble),
Addressing the Citizens of Willsboro at the 1940 ReDedication of Willsboro Battle Monument, August 8, 1940.
The Society of the Second War With Great Britain
in the State Of New York,
of The General Society of the War of 1812.
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