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Welcome to the Isaac Hull Chapter

Welcome to the Isaac Hull Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) web site! Are you interested in historic preservation, education, and patriotism?

      Do you have a Revolutionary War patriot in your ancestry?

      Please consider joining us in celebration of our heritage and make new friends! Our members are lineal descendants of the men and women patriots who founded this country. 

      Our chapter was founded in 1915. We are proud to be a part of the 170,000 members in 3,000 chapters across the United States and in twelve countries. Our chapter's purpose is that of our National Society:
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"Our Constitution has 4,400 words. We celebrate its signing every year - September 17-23."

We hope you'll get to know us more through the contents of this website, and contact us to become a part of our chapter. We're looking forward to meeting you! We normally meet on the third Monday of the month, September through May. Please contact us for details.

Just Who Was Isaac Hull?

       Isaac Hull, for whom the chapter is named, was the great-grandson of the Reverend Joseph Hull, a minister of the established Church of England. He brought a colony from his native land in 1653 and settled in Massachusetts, where he founded the town of Hull.  Isaac Hull, Sr., was a 1st Lieutenant Quartermaster in New Jersey, Second Regiment Sussex County Militia.  His son, Isaac Hull, Jr. was a private in the Second Regiment in the Revolutionary War as well. 

Many Opportunities for Service in DAR

The DAR gives members an opportunity for service in many areas. It is a way to join with others in trying to make America a better place to live. It offers the opportunity to work with youth of this country through the educational programs. The DAR encourages citizens to become active in the community, to assist in historic preservation, and to help preserve documents and records of the past. It offers an opportunity to meet people with similar interest, develop friendships, and to join others who cherish the priceless heritage enjoyed by all while promoting the ideals of patriotism and love of country. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to become a part of this great organization.

You can learn more about DAR activities at the National DAR and Illinois State Organization sites.

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