Regular Social Meetings are held in February, May, July, and October.
We, the descendants of the heroes of the American Revolution, Who, by their sacrifices, established the United States of America, reaffirm our faith in the principles of Liberty and our Constitutional Republic and solemnly pledge to defend them against every foe.
Here’s to the land of the Long Leaf Pine –
The summer land where the sun doth shine.
Where the weak grow strong and the strong grow great -
Here’s to down home the Old North State.
Until we meet again, let us remember our obligations to our forefathers who gave us our Constitution, the Bill of Rights, an independent Supreme Court, and a nation of free men.
Vision The Lower Cape Fear Chapter is active, effective and connected through our people and program with NSSAR, Chapters of NCSSAR, Chapters of NSDAR and appropriate Community Organizations of our state.
(1) The institutions of American Freedom
(2) The appreciation and practice of true patriotism
(3) The respect of nor national symbols
(4) The understanding and value of American citizenship
(5) The unifying force of e pluribus Unum to create one nation and one people
Constitution and by laws - Lower Cape Fear Chapter NCSSAR
Date of last update:
April 28, 2013
Gary O. Green, Lt Col, USAF (Ret), President
James S. Williams, Vice President
Albert Meyer, Secretary
John O. Thornhill, Treasurer
C. Gene Funderburk, Registrar
Bob Avent, Chaplain
Russell Holt, Historian
Dr. William W. Holt, Phd, At Large Board Member
The American Revolution in North Carolina
North Carolina in the Revolution
1st North Carolina Regiment (Wlimington District)
Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge
Taxation History of the US