Organization The Ann Poage Chapter, NSDAR was organized April 13, 1940. Ann Poage was a woman of great energy and self-reliance. Daughter of Joseph Kennedy, she first married John Wilson. Widowed she then married William Poage, and it was with their five children that the Poages became the fifth family to enter Kentucky, arriving at Boonesborough in September 1775.  more about Ann
Today The Chapter holds Saturday meetings to provide the opportunity for professionals and others who work during the week, as well as those who don't, to become members and to actively participate.more chapter info

Chapter Meetings
Regular meetings are held October through May in southwest Houston, Texas. We also host a tea in February, an annual field trip, and quarterly happy hours.
Visitors and prospective members are welcome at all meetings.
Membership in the DAR is based on your family lineage. Simply, if you have an ancestor who
served the American Revolution, you qualify. Perhaps your grandmother, aunt or cousin is or was in the DAR. If so, you are eligible to join quickly and easily.
Regent - Margaret Mitchelll
1st Vice Regent - Lynn Zalesak
2nd Vice Hillary Houle
Chaplain - Sally Muma
Recording Secretary - Rebecca Gibson
Corresponding Sec. - Betsy Stephens
Treasurer - Patricia Gilmartin
Registrar - Dr. Ann Bevil
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Last Update: April 5, 2016