Philip Livingston Chapter, NSDAR
Howell, Michigan

 

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded on October 11, 1890. Membership honors and preserves the legacy of the Patriot ancestors of its members. DAR members, through participation in the Society's various programs and activities, continue this legacy.

The first documented meeting of the Philip Livingston Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, was held April 9, 1908. The chapter was chartered on July 8, 1908 with twelve members. Mrs. Kate Smith Stowe was organizing Regent. Member names, as they appear on the charter, are Martha Emilie Beach, Cordelia Elizabeth Sexton Bullock, Grace E. Knapp, Addie Munroe Garland, Maude Kneeland Gough, Adaline W. L. Huntington, Alice A. Lee Lee, Isabel McPherson, Rosa Lee McPherson, Florence Knapp Rumsey, Lucretia E. Smith, and Kate Smith Stowe.

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