Lt. Robert Howson Hooe Chapter
Alice Mae Gentry Stull, Regent
Rita Gale Brown Childers, Vice Regent
Rita Childers, Chaplain
Mary Beth Hagan Nall, Recording Secretary
Judith Overby Mitchell, Corresponding Secretary
Roxie Rhea, Treasurer
Sandra Furgerson Donaldson, Registrar
Mary Nall, Historian
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HISTORY OF THE CHAPTER
At the National Board of Management meeting of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution held on July 2, 2002, the Kentucky State Regent requested the Providence, Kentucky chapter's name be officially changed from Robert Howson Hooe to Lieutenant Robert Howson Hooe. This is reflected in the Report of the Organizing Secretary General.
Robert Howson Hooe was a Revolutionary War officer in the Virginia Line. Hooe was born in Stafford County, Virginia, on November 22, 1748. After the end of the war, Hooe served as a magistrate of Prince William County, Virginia. He died at Prince William County, Virginia on October 13, 1833.
Updated February 6, 2019
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