Chapter was organized June 9, 1972, with Jan Scott as our
organizing regent. The chapter was named after General Joaquin De
Arredondo, chief civil and military commandant of Texas. At
Monterrey, on January 17, 1821, General Arredondo approved a
grant permitting Moses Austin to settle three hundred families
within an area of 211,000 acres. Thus began the founding of Anglo-American
Membership in the NSDAR is open to women eighteen
years of age and older who can prove lineal blood descent from
an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence.
Documentation must be provided for each statement of birth,
marriage, and death between the prospective member and the
revolutionary ancestor. The National Society reserves the right
to determine the acceptability of all service and proof thereof.
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