National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Welcome to the Lakeland Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution website! We are excited by your interest in our chapter and are thrilled to provide you a helping hand finding your ancestors. Along with the satisfaction of tracing your relatives through the centuries, DAR membership provides a fulfilling way for women to give back to the community, promote patriotism, and preserve history.
On our website, you will find helpful links from the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, contact information for our chapter's leaders and registrar, and meeting times and events for members and prospective members alike. We also showcase our past events in the community.
We're glad you're here! Please don't hesitate to contact our regent with questions about chapter membership.
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The Lakeland Chapter NSDAR was chartered in December 1925, with 20 members. The organizing regent was Annie Hanna Darracott. Since that time, our chapter has grown to more than 150 members!
We meet once a month on Wednesdays, September through May. Our members come from the Lakeland area, and sometimes we meet with members of nearby chapters. Learn more about the DAR here.
The objectives of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution are historic preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavor. To become a member, a woman must be at least 18 years old and be able to prove bloodline descent from a person who rendered patriotic service during the American Revolution. If you think you are eligible, please do not hesitate to contact our regent, Leigh Anne, or our registrar, Gayle. We love new members!
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Contact our Regent Leigh Anne Brown with questions about membership.