Governor Bradford Chapter. where patriotism is
celebrated every day and
How things have changed in our country and the world since
Minnie Blose and several other ladies met to form our chapter.
The chapter was named for Minnie Blose' ancestor, Governor
William Bradford, of the Plymouth Colony.
has been for more than 100 years!
One thing that has not changed, however, is our chapter's commitment
to God, Home, and Country. We believe in preserving
the past, enhancing the present, and investing in the future.
There is something for everyone in Today's
DAR. Whether you are passionate about the
environment or education -- health or history
-- students or soldiers -- there is a place for you in the
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
Any woman aged 18 or older, may join DAR by documenting her
lineage to an ancestor, either male or female, who materially aided in
the cause of American independence through military, civil, or
patriotic service. DAR volunteers can guide you in the application
process as you search for your ancestors. You can learn more
about DAR membership here.
Won't you consider joining us? Contact our registrar for
more information or to attend one of our meetings
during the months of October through June.
members: top row (left to right): Minnie Blose, Alice Martin, Sara
2nd row (l to r): Mrs. William Fithian, Edith Ely, Mrs Butterworth,
Cora Winter; 3rd row (l to r): Anne Ridgely, March Shane, Martha
Tilton, Georgia Dale (photo by Harold Wolford)
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by Evelyn McCoy.
Last update January 11, 2017
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