Libertad Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, was organized November 23, 1934. At its inception, the chapter was called the Sophia Lee Harrison Chapter.  Mrs. E. W. Pickett, Sr., was the Organizing Regent. The name was changed to Libertad Chapter on February 10, 1950.

Chapter meetings are held on the third Thursday each month from September through May (with the exception of December). For more information about meetings or membership with DAR find us on Facebook or email us at libertadtexasdar@gmail.com.


The Partlow House
2131 Grand Avenue
Liberty, Texas 77575

The Partlow House was built in 1860 by Judge C.L. Cleveland, a Kentucky native. It combines both unusual architectural style and a rich family history.  It became a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in 1963.  For the century that they owned the house, the Partlow family members were influential citizens in Liberty and in Texas.  W.S. Partlow was a native of Greenwood, S. C., and  held many offices in local civic organizations.  He was county treasurer.  The Partlows’ daughter, Nannie Partlow Daniel, was the mother of Texas Governor, Price Daniel, and Guam Governor, Bill Daniel.  Miss Miriam Partlow, another daughter and the last owner of the house, was not only active in the NSDAR and civic affairs, but was also a lifelong music teacher and active historian of Liberty County.  Miss Partlow, known affectionately as “Mim,” bequeathed the house to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission in 1981.  In 1984, the Libertad Chapter, NSDAR, assumed administration of the house.


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