Sons of the American Revolution
The Sons of the American Revolution was founded April 30, 1889. The organization was incorporated on January 17, 1890 in Connecticut and later chartered by the United States Congress on June 9, 1906. The first Congress of the National Society was held in Louisville, Kentucky on April 30, 1890, which was the 101st anniversary of George Washington's oath of office of the Presidency of the United States.
The purposes of the Sons of the American Revolution are patriotic, historical and educational.
Perpetuating the memory of Revolutionary War Patriots
Promoting fellowship among theirdescendants
Inspiring the community with a reverence for the principals of government founded by our forefathers
Encouraging historical research of the American Revolution
Preserving the records of Revolutionary War patriots
Marking the locations of the Revolution events and its soldiers
Celebrating anniversaries of the events of the revolution
Maintaining and extending institutions of American freedom
Carrying out the purposes of the Preamble of the Constitution
"Those people who will not be governed by God will be ruled by Tyrants."
~ William Penn ~
Pledge to the S.A.R.
We descendants of the heroes of the American Revolution who, by their sacrifices, established the United States of America, reaffirm our faith in the principles of liberty and our Constitutional Republic, and solemnly pledge ourselves to defend them against every foe.
The Hocking Valley Chapter, of the Ohio Society - Sons of the American Revolution, is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization.
Contributions are Tax Deductible - for those who itemize their Taxes. SAR Objectives are: Patriotic - Historical - Educational.
Mail Checks to: Hocking Valley SAR, P.O. Box 237, Sugar Grove, Ohio 43155 - 9757. Payable too: Hocking Valley Chapter, OHSSAR.
Note: A letter of receipt - can be obtained by request, which will include our Non-Profit, Tax ID Number. All Donations Appreciated.