• Compatriot Grave Markings-Washington, NC

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    The General George Washington Chapter will be conducting compatriot grave markings for three of the first four former North Carolina Society State Presidents: 1911-1913 * Judge Stephen Camberleng Bragaw –Beaufort, Oakdale Cemetery, Washington, NC 1913-1914 * Frank Cannon Kugler – Beaufort, Oakdale Cemetery, Washington, NC 1916-1920 * Frank Havens Bryan – Beaufort, Oakdale Cemetery, Washington, NC The […]

  • Centre Patriots Monument Unveiling

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    Our 242 year journey as the United States of America brings us to an unprecedented time to honor Revolutionary War Patriots in their final resting place at historic Centre Presbyterian Church, 129 Centre Church Rd., Mooresville, NC 28117. The Centre Patriots program is a unique program by the Mecklenburg chapter, North Carolina SAR, to raise the funds to […]

  • Historical Marker Dedication-Honorable James Gillespie

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    Descendants of the late Honorable James Gillespie (1747-1805), United States House of Representatives and Duplin County Historical Society, with representatives from The Battle of Elizabethtown and Battle of Rockfish Chapters, NSDAR cordially invite you to the dedication of a NC Highway Historical Marker “Honoring the Life of a Noteworthy Patriot” Friday, July 6, 2018 at […]

  • Wilmington Compatriot Grave Markings

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    The Lower Cape Fear Chapter will be conducting compatriot grave markings for three former North Carolina Society State Presidents: 1971-1972 * Capt. Robert Strickland Beckham- Lower Cape Fear, Wilmington National Cemetery, NC 1981-1983 * The Rev. Walser H. Allen, Jr.-Lower Cape Fear-Oleander Memorial Gardens, Wilmington, NC 1991-1993 * CDR Lee Warwick Porter, Jr., USN (Ret)-Lower […]

  • Waightstill Avery Grave Marking

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    The ceremony will be held at 2200 McConnaughey Lane, Morganton, 28655.  Attorney General Josh Stein will be the guest speaker.  Avery was a Colonel in the militia.  He served as North Carolina’s first Attorney General and was the leading figure in drafting North Carolina’s first Constitution.  Avery was involved in a duel with Andrew Jackson.  A reception will follow.