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Bermuda Hundred Chapter
Chester, Virginia 

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Our chapter was organized on May 2, 1931, in Chester, Virginia and named for the town of Bermuda Hundred. 
Sir Thomas Dale established the town of Bermuda Hundred in 1613. 
It became the first incorporated community in English America in 1614. 



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Bermuda Hundred was home to John Rolfe, Colony Recorder, who married Pocahontas. The Rev. Alexander Whitaker ministered here. Bermuda Hundred was an early port of Richmond. 

In 2006, Bermuda Hundred was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register.

Our members are active in Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico, and surrounding communities.

The Society's objectives are historical preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavors.


The theme of the Dillon Administration is “Move Forward in Service to America!”  The emblem is the Spirit of Service Arrow.  
The arrow points away from our self in a westward direction in recognition of our many ancestors who expanded this nation from sea to shining sea.  
It also recognizes there are many paths for service through the various committees promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism.

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Updated  06/28/2016


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