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- 2:00 PM-3:00 PMApril 07, 2017-May 20, 20175803 NC-62, Burlington, NC 27215, USA5803 NC-62, Burlington, NC 27215, USA
Members of SAR, DAR, C.A.R., SR and other Patriotic/Historical Societies are hereby invited to participate in a formal wreath laying ceremony at Alamance Battleground at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, May 20, 2017 to commemorate Alamance County’s three 1781 Revolutionary Battles: Pyle’s Defeat, Clapp’s Mill and Lindley’s Mill, and the Pre-Revolutionary May 16, 1771 Battle of Alamance. This year’s event will be held as in the past at the Patriot’s Monument, Alamance Battleground State Park. Color Guard units are encouraged to bring chapter and ceremonial flags and wear period uniforms or militia dress. Dignitaries and representatives of patriotic societies are invited to present wreaths.
Those who arrive early are invited to tour the grounds. There will be food sold at the site and for those who would prefer, lunch at the Cutting Board restaurant at 12:00 PM is always a great choice. The Cutting Board restaurant is located along the Interstate-40 access road at EXIT #143 (intersection of I-40 with Highway 62).
Participants in the 2:00 pm wreath laying ceremony are requested to arrive at the Park Patriots’ Monument before 1:30 P.M. The NCSSAR combined Color Guard will lead the processional.
Directions to Alamance Battleground State Park are: From Interstate-40 take Exit 143, then south on Highway 62 for approximately six miles, Alamance Battleground State Military Park entrance is on the right (GPS = 5803 North Carolina 62, Burlington, NC).
To include your unit’s recognition in the program, please furnish the following information by May 15, 2017 to:
Samuel C. Powell
PO Box 2104
Burlington, NC 27216-2104
Telephone: (336) 227-3557
For wreath presenters
Office/Title of presenter:
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- 9:00 AM-2:00 PMApril 12, 201770 Market St, Halifax, NC, United States70 Market St, Halifax, NC, United States
The 241st Anniversary Celebration of the Adoption of the Halifax Resolves will be held Wednesday, April 12th at 10:30 am on the site of the Colonial Courthouse on Market St. adjacent to the Historic Halifax Visitors Center located at 25 St. David St. in Halifax, NC. President- General J. Michael Tomme has designated Secretary-General Larry Guzy as his representative at this event. Secretary-General Guzy will be the keynote speaker.
A weapons check will be conducted at 10:15. Weapons not inspected at this time will not be allowed on the field.
A luncheon will be held at the Halifax United Methodist Church, 150 S. King St. in Halifax at 12:00 pm. The cost of the meal will be $12.00. RSVP’s will be required NLT April 8th.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hilton Garden Inn Roanoke Rapids, 111 Carolina Crossroads Pkwy., Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 (Exit 171 I-95). The telephone number is: 252-519-2333. The rooms are $89.00 + tax. You must specify when the reservation is made that you are a member of the Sons of the American Revolution. Check-in: 11 April, Check-out 12 April. Reservation must be made by 7 April. Reservations after that time will be on a space available status. Point of contact for lodging questions is Ken Wilson at 252-537-5406 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A reception is being planned for 5:00 pm on Tuesday, April 11th at the hotel followed by a Dutch Treat dinner at Ralph’s Barbecue, 1400 Julian Allsbrook Highway, Weldon, NC at 6:00 pm.
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- All dayApril 21, 2017-April 22, 2017203 Greenville Blvd SW, Greenville, NC 27834, USA203 Greenville Blvd SW, Greenville, NC 27834, USA
North Carolina Society Sons of the American Revolution
89th Annual Convention
April 21-22, 2017
2017 NC SAR Annual Meeting RSVP
203 S.W. Greenville Blvd, Greenville, NC 27834
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- 2:00 PM-3:00 PMApril 29, 201711901 Cooper Rd, Nashville, NC 27856, USA11901 Cooper Rd, Nashville, NC 27856, USA
The Halifax Resolves Chapter NC SAR will conduct a Patriot grave marking for William Battle on Saturday, April 29th, 2017 at 2:00pm. The grave is located at 11901 Cooper Road, Nashville, NC 27856.
William Battle was born about 1758, most likely in Northampton County, North Carolina, the son of William and Mary Battle. His parents lived first in Edgecombe (now Nash) County, later moved to Northampton County, but moved back to Nash County about the time of the American Revolution, where William Battle (the father) died about 1785.
Little is known of William Battle’s early life, but he married, circa 1785, Mary Ann Williams of Halifax County, North Carolina, daughter of John Williams. William and Mary Ann Battle had nine children.
William Battle’s service to the Revolutionary cause is clearly documented in various pay vouchers dating between 1781 and 1783, which reimbursed him for patriot service. He is a proven patriot on both the SAR and the DAR rosters, and more than 70 ladies have joined the DAR through their lineage from him.
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