Lewis and Benge Chapter

Manchester, Kentucky

 

Nancy Sue Crawford Adams, Regent

Lola Smith, Vice Regent

 _______, Chaplain

Pearl Jarvis, Recording Secretary

_______, Corresponding Secretary

 _______, Treasurer

Sherrie Brown, Registrar

Mattie Collett, Historian

Jocelyn Wolfe, Librarian

 

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HISTORY OF THE CHAPTER

 

This chapter takes its name from David Benge, a Revolutionary War soldier from Wilkes County, North Carolina. Benge also served in the War of 1812, enlisting at Manchester, Kentucky. He was born August 1757 in Albemarle, Virginia, to Susannah Lewis and Thomas Benge.

 

Benge is buried in Martin Cemetery in Clay County.

 

 

 

 

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