George Walton Chapter
National Daughters of the American Revolution
Signing of the United States Declaration of Independence, by John Trumbull.*
Welcome to the George Walton Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution website!
Founded and organized in 1890, the National Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) holds a membership of more than 900,000 women who are directly related to one or more patriots that served in the Revolutionary War or contributed in some way to the success of establishing the independence of our now 200-plus year old republic.
Daughters and granddaughters, 18 or older, who descend from any patriot may apply to become a member of this organization. If you are new to genealogical research or have discovered through your research an ancestor who is a patriot, we would welcome the chance to assist you in your pursuit. The DAR Library excels as a resource for you.
The DAR is more than just an organization of women descended from patriots. It is an organization steeped in the goals of “historical preservation, promotion of education, and encouragement of patriotic endeavor. These goals are as relevant today as they were when the organization was founded in 1890.” For additional information, click here.
If you live within Muscogee County or the city of Columbus, Georgia, the George Walton Chapter would enjoy your consideration as a member of the chapter. Please contact us.
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*US Capitol, Public Domain