Graves Chair Daryl Verstreate, Jr..
Daryl Vincent Verstreate, Jr., the son of Daryl Verstreate and Patricia Burchim was born in Clifton Springs, New York. Mr. Verstreate graduated from Fingerlakes Community College with a Degree in Computer Science and Human Services and Empire State College with a Bachelor in 2010. Mr. Verstreate has three children Jesse Vincent, Ryen Michael and Sheridan M. Verstraete.
* American Legion
* Sons of the American Legion
* Sons of the American Revolution
Mr. Verstreate has had many accomplishments to name a few:
Fire Fighting Essentials 1990
Fire Police 1993
Accident Victim Extracation 1993
Pump Operator 1996
Certificate of Recognition for volunteer hours - Newark Arcadia Volunteer Ambulance 1996
Bronze Good Citizenship Medal 2005 - Rochester SAR
Verstreate Fund 2006 (2009) - Provide Markers for Revolutionary Veterans
Mildred Taylor Award 2006 - Wayne County, New York
Certificate of Appreciation 2006 - Abraham Lincoln Camp SUVCW
Certificate Appreciation 2006 - Bancroft Family
Silver Good Citizenship Medal 2007 - Rochester SAR
Certificate of Appreciation 2008 - Charles Nelson family
War Service Medal 2009 - Rochester SAR
American Legion College 2010
SAL Leadership Workshop 2010
Society of the Cincinnati 2012
State President War of 1812 in New York 2014
In the summer of 2005, the Daryl Verstreate,Jr. of the Sons of the American Revolution began working toward the ultimate goal of sourcing and photographing all of the Soldiers and Patriots Gravesites, Burial Spots and Tombstones from the Revolutionary War in our coverage area and to fix and replace them as necessary.
While working toward this goal, many people contributed photographs and source data.
All of the six counties of the Rochester Chapter Service area are nearly complete with some work remaining to be done in Livingston and Genesee Counties. In addition, the Empire State Society, SAR has so far indexed over 8,535 Soldiers and Patriots throughout New York State and provided photographs for several of them. The information included on this website will continue to grow and be refined as more data are gathered. The SAR is grateful for all of the assistance provided by individuals and organizations from New York State and across the nation.
If any corrections or additions need to be made, please contact, Daryl VerStreate, Jr.
There are several abbreviations one will find in these listings.
DAR - Daughters of the American Revolution, SAR - Sons of the American Revolution, *W - No soldiers' headstone found, wife's found
* - No headstone found, H - Soldiers Grave located, ? - Indicates unknown Cemetery Location.
Pension file numbers
LBWt - Bounty Land Warrant, S - Survivor, W - Widow, R - Rejected Pension