DAR, founded in 1890 and headquartered
in Washington, D.C., is a
non-political volunteer women's service
dedicated to promoting
patriotism, preserving American history,
securing America's future through
better education for children.
members volunteer more than
60,000 hours annually to veteran patients,
award over $150,000 in scholarships and
financial aid each year to
and support schools for the
underprivileged with annual
exceeding one million dollars.
one of the most inclusive
genealogical societies in the country,
boasts 165,000 members
in 3,000 chapters across the
United States and
Any woman 18 years or older
-regardless of race,
or ethnic background-
who can prove lineal descent from
patriot of the American Revolution,
is eligible for membership.
David Hudson Chapter meets
NSDAR Objectives through the following activities:
members would like to invite you to learn more about our chapter
the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
Please contact us
if you would like to learn more about our great service organization.
Jane R. Plank,
Mialie T. Szymanski,
First Vice Regent
David Hudson Chapter, organized on April 15, 1972, is named after the son of Revolutionary War Patriot, David Hudson, Sr. In the spring of 1799, David Hudson Jr. led a settlement party west from his home in Goshen, Connecticut, reaching the new land on June 26, 1799. In 1802, the town was named "Hudson" in honor of its founder, who remained a resident until his death in 1836. In 1806, David Hudson built a frame house along the main road north of the center of town. The house, at 318 North Main Street, is the oldest standing structure built in what is now Summit County.
you have any questions or are interested in membership, please feel
free to contact us.
Regent - Jane R. Plank
Last updated: May 18, 2017
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