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2011 Wilmington Cup Recipient
from the
Historical Society of the Lower Cape Fear

We all are descendants of great people; however, some of us can trace our genealogical past to ancestors who fought in or supported the American Revolution. If you are one of those lucky few, we welcome you to join with us to remember the great deeds our forefathers accomplished in starting a new nation with few resources and a lot of resolve.

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Date of Last Update: July 25, 2013

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Executive Board

Dr. William W. Holt, PhD, President
C. Gene Funderburk, Vice President
Albert Meyer, Secretary
John O. Thornhill, Treasurer
Gary O. Green, Registrar
jim Hash, Chaplain
Russell Holt, Historian
Mel Heritage, Col, USA(Ret), 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

Known Skirmishes in NC during American Revolution

Brunswick Town

Taxation History of the US

Chapter Speaker's Bureau
Topic Presenter
History of NSSAR John Thornhill
Memorial Day & Sacrifices John Thornhill
Independence Day History John Thornhill
Continental Marines in the American Revolution 1775-1778 Scott Aiken
The Partisan Campaign of General Francis Marion Scott Aiken
Get a Hobby-Genealogy Gary O. Green
Military Records Gary O. Green
Importance of JROTC Gary O. Green