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2018-2019 Program Schedule

September 8, 2018
"Honor Flight Guardian” by Julie Starr

October 13, 2018
"“Sewing to Save” by Elizabeth Marshall

November 10, 2018
“Different Tribes, Different Journeys” by Karen Herdman

December 8, 2018
Holiday Social, Service Day

January 12, 2019
“Wonder Women from the Civil War” by Susan McPherson

February 9, 2019
“The Hidden Meanings of Mother Goose Rhymes" by Karen Hancock

March 9, 2019
“Antarctica” by Kathy Richman

April 13, 2019
NSDAR Museum by Sloan Schwindt

May 11, 2019
Business Meeting and Social

 
CHAPTER MEETINGS

We generally meet the 2nd Saturday of the month. We usually gather at 9:30am to socialize with the business meeting starting at 10:00am.

 
MEMBERSHIP IN THE DAR

Membership inquiries can be directed by email to cachelapou[email protected] or for detailed information about joining the DAR, you may visit this membership page on the National DAR website.  top

 
CHAPTER HISTORY

The Cache la Poudre Chapter NSDAR was founded April 18, 1908, and formally organized July 4, 1908. The story of our chapter's name is as follows: In 1836, an early snowstorm forced a band of trappers to hide extra powder and supplies by a stream before trying to cross the mountains. Returning in the spring to find their cache safe, they gratefully named the stream Cache la Poudre. A granite marker was placed on August 1, 1910, by the Cache la Poudre Chapter NSDAR to mark the naming of the river, the chapter's namesake.  top

 
HISTORIC MARKERS
Cache la Poudre MarkerAugust 1, 1910
Antoine James MarkerOctober 1916
Overland Stage Station MarkerOctober 17, 1916
Auntie Stone Cabin MarkerAugust 1, 1925
Council Tree of Chief Friday of the Arapahoes MarkerJanuary 1938
Susan Howe Holmes grave MarkerMay 3, 1932
George Washington Tree in City Park MarkerMay 3, 1932
A Room of Remembrance, Fort Collins Public Library1938
Re-publication of Ansel Watraus History of Larimer County1972
First Grist Mill MarkerJuly 3, 1975
Olive Brown Ludlow Painting Lincoln Center1977
Log Cabin Site MarkerAugust 6, 1983
Adams Cemetery RestorationSeptember 6, 1986
Bingham Hill Cemetery MarkerJune 11, 1988
Sam Deon-Eliza Gardner Cabin MarkerAugust 26, 1989
Cherokee Stage Station MarkerNovember 18, 1989
Flowers House MarkerJuly 21, 1990
Old Flowers Store and Post OfficeJuly 21, 1990
Marker listing all the founding Chapter Daughters (Grandview Cemetery)July 4, 1992
Virginia Dale Overland Trail Stage StationJuly 15, 1996
Overland Park StationSeptember 1, 1998
100th Anniversary Marker, Grandview CemeteryApril 21, 2008
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2016-2018 CHAPTER OFFICERS
RegentSharon Holbrooks
Vice RegentSusan McPherson
ChaplainCindy Cosmas
Recording SecretaryChristine Conner-Cook
Corresponding SecretaryDebbie Bridge
TreasurerSherry McElwain
RegistrarTyler Hancock
HistorianKarol Harding
LibrarianLynette Soles
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OUR PATRIOT ANCESTORS
Name Location of Service Service Description
George Adams South Carolina Private Civil Service Patriotic Service
Sarah Proctor Adams South Carolina Patriotic Service Patriotic Service
Timothy Adams Connecticut Private
Hudson Allen Virginia Captain
William Allgood Georgia Private Patriotic Service
Benjamin Barnes Massachusetts Private
Moses Barrows North Carolina Private
Jeremiah Boone Virginia Private
Cornelius Boyce New Jersey Ensign
Samuel Bradford Maryland Private
John Carpenter Virginia Non-commissioned Officer
Elizabeth Clement Virginia Patriotic Service
Roger Clement North Carolina, Virginia Private
Hezekiah Cooksey Maryland Private
Zaccaeus Corley South Carolina Private
John Crabb New York Private
James Crutcher Virginia Corporal
Timothy Culver Connecticut Sergeant
John Duncan South Carolina Soldier Civil Service
Andrew Englis Massachusetts Captain
Peter Ferebee North Carolina Patriotic Service
George Finley Pennsylvania Private
Arthur Fort Georgia Soldier Civil Service Patriotic Service
Isaac Gates New Hampshire Private Patriotic Service
James Gignilliat South Carolina Civil Service
Mary Magdalen Dupre Gignilliat South Carolina Patriotic Service
Alexander Gilreath North Carolina Sergeant
David Gross North Carolina Private
Joseph Hancock Massachusetts Private
Wilmoth George Harding Virginia Patriotic Service
Daniel Harper Maryland, Pennsylvania Staff Officer
George Harris New Hampshire Civil Service
Daniel Hawley New York Soldier
Sherwood Holcomb South Carolina Private
Martin Hoover Pennsylvania Private
William Horton South Carolina Civil Service
Seth Huddleston Massachusetts Private
John Hunter Virginia Patriotic Service
John Gabriel Jones Virginia Patriotic Service
George Kesling Pennsylvania Private
Jacob Kline Pennsylvania Private
John Knox Massachusetts Civil Service Patriotic Service
William Knox Massachusetts Private
Patrick Logan North Carolina Patriotic Service
Absalom Looney, Sr. Virginia Patriotic Service
William Lucas Virginia Patriotic Service
John Lynch North Carolina Civil Service Patriotic Service
William Lynch Virginia Patriotic Service
Matthew Lyon Vermont Captain Civil Service Patriotic Service
William H. Mathers Georgia Private Patriotic Service
Joseph Mcadams North Carolina Private
Gavin Mccoy New Jersey Captain
James Mcelroy New York Private
Samuel Mcgaughey North Carolina Captain
James Morgan North Carolina Patriotic Service
Perminter Morgan North Carolina Patriotic Service
Christian Mosey Pennsylvania Private
John Muzzey, Jr. Massachusetts Lieutenant
James Nephew Georgia Soldier
Waitstill Orvis Vermont Ensign
John Ownbey North Carolina Civil Service Patriotic Service
Michael Raysor South Carolina Soldier
Richard Richardson Virginia Private
Benjamin Risher South Carolina Soldier
Josiah Rising Connecticut Corporal
Timothy Rossiter Massachusetts Doctor
Jonathan Rouse New York Private
George Roush Virginia Private
James Shelburn Virginia Patriotic Service
Frederick Shores North Carolina Patriotic Service
Andrew Spear North Carolina Civil Service Patriotic Service
Robert Spear North Carolina Patriotic Service
John St John Connecticut Captain
William Stewart South Carolina Soldier
Nathan Thompson Massachusetts Private
John Trott Massachusetts Sergeant
Luther Trowbridge Massachusetts Captain
Gabriel Walker Pennsylvania Private Patriotic Service
Frederick H. Weissenfels New York Colonel
William West Georgia Civil Service Patriotic Service
Jacob Willis North Carolina Private
Cornelius Wilson Virginia Non-commissioned Officer
as of September 16, 2018

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