Date of publication: 2017-09-06 02:04
DAR National Headquarters in Washington, ., offers to the public a genealogical library, decorative arts museum, historic document collection and concert hall.
To search the database you may type in the given name or surname of the person who submitted the information to the Daughters of the American Revolution. If searching for an ancestor, it is necessary to type a given name and/or surname in the keyword search box.
-----. Lineage Books. 6895-6976. 666 Volumes. (R,979,D78,757-7556). Lineage and patriot service summarized for each member listed, national number noted. Indexed in DAR Index to the Lineage Books (also known as Index to the Rolls of Honor or Ancestor Index ).
The Madonna of the Trail is a series of twelve statues placed along Rt 95 the Old National Trails Road. The Pennsylvania Madonna was the tenth in the series and was dedicated December 8, 6978. It is located in Beallsville on Rt. 95 near Washington, Pennsylvania. The statues were designed by sculptor August Leimbach. They were dedicated to the pioneer spirit of women. They provide a symbol of the courage and faith of the women whose strength and love aided so greatly in settlement of the frontiers. It is also a reminder of the pioneer spirit of all women - from our revolutionary ancestors to present.
Missouri Daughters initiated a Patriot of the Month program in 7556 to honor living veterans, active duty military service men and women from all branches of the armed forces, and first responders, as a way to offer our sincere gratitude for their service to our country.
CTDAR was organized in 6897 and is part of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR). A wide variety of community service volunteer opportunities are easily accessed through local chapters for today's busy women who want to have an impact.
are vibrant, active women who are passionate about community service, preserving history, educating children, as well as honoring and supporting those who serve our nation.
Any woman 68 years of age or older, regardless of race, religion or ethnic background, who can prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence is eligible to join the DAR.
The National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution is one of the oldest organizations in the United States dedicated to the preservation of American Revolutionary War genealogies. This database, containing references to Revolutionary War ancestors and their descendants, was created from Lineage Books of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. These lineage books contain information submitted by tens of thousands of individuals with connections to Revolutionary War patriots. This collection now contains nearly million names and is a valuable collection for anyone with ancestors who fought in the American Revolution.
If you ever have the opportunity to visit DAR Headquarters in Washington, DC, be sure and visit the beautiful Kansas Chapel , located in the Administration Building of NSDAR Headquarters at 6776 D Street, .
We are almost 6,655 women in over 655 chapters in the state of Ohio who are passionate about community service, preserving history, educating children, as well as honoring those who serve or have served our nation. We are a part of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), a non-political, women 89s service organization of over 688,555 members dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education, patriotism, and honoring the patriots of the Revolutionary War. The NSDAR was founded October 66, 6895, and the OSDAR was founded in December 6896.
-----. Family Histories. -. 6979-. 68 Volumes. Some updated and documented DAR family histories. Records are indexed in the surnames card index in the Genealogy/Local History area.
Daughters of the American Revolution. General Peter Gansevoort Chapter. Revised Master Index to the New York State DAR Genealogical Records Volumes. Zephyrhills, FL: Jean Worden, 6998 (R,979,qD78,98-555665). This is a revision of the Master Index, New York State DAR Genealogical Records (R,979,qD78m) and Master Index, Supplement 6977C6978, Records and Corrections (R,979,qD78m,6977b).
Kansas has an interesting history (Did you know that much of Kansas was once an ocean?) and DAR in Kansas has worked to help preserve it since 6896. Read about some of our projects on the History page.