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Guadalupe Victoria Chapter
Texas Society 
Daughters of the American Revolution

Victoria, Texas

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In June of 1970, with the guidance of the Guadalupe Victoria Chapter, TSDAR, the Shadrack Barnes Society, Children of the American Revolution held its organizing ceremony in Victoria.  Beginning with twenty-six members, the Society closed its Charter in June of 1971, with eighty-one members. One of its members, Miss Charla Borchers, served as State President in 1975-1976, and as National President of the National Society Children of the American Revolution in 1979-80.

The Shadrack Barnes Society is open to all qualified descendants, male and female, of Revolutionary Patriots, from birth through the age of 21. The Senior President is
Mrs. Pat Boothe, of Guadalupe Victoria Chapter.  The Sons of the American Revolution, Victoria Chapter Number 50, co-sponsors this group with Guadalupe Victoria Chapter.

Midi - Lamb's March, John Phillip Sousa
Courtesy Laura's MIDI Heaven
Background Photograph courtesy of NARA - (altered  by BDJ)
Lamb's March, by John Phillip Sousa

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      Edited 29 May 2004
1998 -  2004 Guadalupe Victoria Chapter, TSDAR
Full Site Revision -  November 2000
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