Membership in the NSDAR is a unique opportunity to establish one’s lineage
and heritage as a descendent of a patriot of the American Revolution.
Applicants must prove lineal, blood line descent from one ancestor who aided
in achieving American Independence. Documentation for each generation
includes statements of birth, marriage and death. This includes an applicant’s
birth certificate naming her parents.
Listed below are additional sources that may be used:
Delayed Birth Certificate, Midwife Record, Census - Federal/State, School Record,
Newspaper Announcement, Baptismal Certificate, Social Security Record.
Complete Marriage Record, Marriage Bann, Divorce Records, Church Records,
Church Certificate, Newspaper Announcement, Tombstone/Cemetery Record.
Complete Death Record, Cemetery / Tombstone Record, Funeral Home Record,
Church Notice, Obituary, Funeral Card, Professional Organizations
Census Records, Land Records, Military and Pension Records,
Tax Records, Probate Records,
Bible and Family Records, Church
Records, Encounters with the Law.
CONTEMPORARY SOURCES: Employment Record, Loan Applications, Passports
and Visa Applications,
For information about establishing your heritage and/or obtaining membership to the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, through the Bucks County Chapter, simply contact our Regent Ms. Michelle Lewicki at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name, address and telephone number.