Major Jarrell Beasley Chapter Crockett, Texas

Regent's Welcome

 

As the current regent of our chapter, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our website. We have a diverse group of women with the common bond of having an ancestor who served America during the Revolutionary War.   Our members have a heart for patriotism, historical preservation, community service, and education. We encourage you to contact us for information on membership and to visit with us.


Please consider joining our chapter to:

1. make a difference in your community

2. meet a wonderful group of women with your same interests

3. to preserve your patriotic family history by finding ancestors who made America a free country


Connie Axelson, regent


NSDAR Motto:
God, Home, and Country


2016 - 2019 National Theme:
Moving Forward in Service to America!


 

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Chapter History and Activities


The Major Jarrell Beasley Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in October 1971 with 60 charter members.  The chapter was named in honor of an ancestor of the founding regent, Miss Nell Beasley.


Major Jarrell Beasley Chapter (NSDAR) is located in the heart of the East Texas Pineywoods at Crockett, Texas. Founded in 1836, Crockett is the fifth oldest city in Texas and was named for David Crockett, who camped in the area on the way to fight at the Alamo. The city of Crockett is in Houston County, which was the first county established in the Republic of Texas, and named for General Sam Houston. 



State Regent’s Home Chapter

 

















We are proud to be the home chapter for our Texas Society State Regent, Judy Callaway Ostler.


Other chapter members who serve the State Society are:

State Chair - Conservation: Jeanne McLeod

State Chair - Literacy:  Tonya Allen

State Regent's Sales Room:  LaWanda Pennington

State Regent's Scrapbook:  Polly Morris and Sherry Culp

State Vice Chair, Genealogical Records:  Betty Sarver


2015 - 2017 Texas Theme: 
Inspiring
Faith of our Founding Fathers,
Hope for America’s Future, and
Love of God, Home, and Country


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