David Allen Chapter
Eunice Miller, Regent
_______, Vice Regent
_______, Recording Secretary
_______, Corresponding Secretary
Updated January 12, 2019
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HISTORY OF THE CHAPTER
David Allen Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution Organizing Regent was Mrs. Nell Sanders Barbee, April 23, 1963.
Mrs. Nell Sanders Barbee 1963
Mrs. Mary Pruett Ingram 1964
Mrs. Mabel Sinclair Willock 1966
Mrs. Nannie Shearer Taylor 1968
Mrs. Olive Griffin Chandler 1970
Miss Elizabeth Graves Sanders 1972
Mrs. Mabel Sinclair Willock 1974
Mrs. Evelyn Henry Rice 1976
Mrs. Anna Frances Hogue 1978
Mrs. Mary Hogue Osborne 1980
Mrs. Connie Sidebottom Collins 1983
Mrs. Mary Josephine Chesnut Todd 1986
Miss Lenora Hill 1989
Mrs. Mary Hogue Osborne 1992
Mrs. Jane Hoffer Sutton 1995
Mrs. Leslie Hogue Blankenship 1997
Mrs. Patricia Brooks 2001
Mrs. Carol Sullivan 2004
Mrs. Connie Sidebottom Collins 2005
Its projects included co-sponsoring the erection of the bronze plaque on the Taylor County Court House with almost fifty settlers in Taylor County who gave patriotic service during the American Revolution. The chapter marked the grave of Revolutionary War soldier Sherrod Griffin. For years the chapter gave an award to a senior in each high school who exhibited qualities of leadership, dependability, service and patriotism called the DAR Good Citizen Award. For years, its members met regularly, had programs, held tea parties, and participated in civic projects, particularly directed to helping veterans. Member Anna Frances Hogue gave many years of service as a State Officer. Member Betty Gorin was the winner of the State History Teaching Award in 1985.