Organized:  April 27, 1926

Organizing Regent: Mrs. Gus L. Ford 

Nancy Stephenson was born in the Parish of Oxnam, Scotland.  While very young, she moved with her parents to Antrim, Ireland.  She married William Anderson in 1772, and the young couple left Ireland immediately to settle on a grant of land in Chester District, South Carolina.

Mr. Anderson became a prosperous farmer in South Carolina.  Serving with the American forces in the revolution, he was killed in battle in 1780, leaving his wife and three children, Mary, Robert, and William.

Nancy Anderson reared her children as devout Presbyterians.  Her daughter, Mary, married a minister, Joshua Smith.  Her son, William, served as a captain in the War of 1812.

Nancy Anderson died in June 1827, and was buried beside her husband and son, William, in the family cemetery near Rossville, Chester District, South Carolina.

Joshua and Mary Smith were the parents of four sons who became ministers.  Their son, James A. Smith, came to Dallas County in 1845, and helped organize the First Methodist Church in Dallas.  He was the great grandfather of Mrs. Gus L. Ford.  Mrs. Ford was an Honorary Life Member of the Nancy Anderson Chapter until her death, October 9, 1967.        

 

2012-2014

Regent
Lynda Dutton
1st Vice Regent
Millie Booe
2nd Vice Regent
Jean Ann Cantore
Chaplain
Jeanette Moore
Recording Secretary
Mabel Jarrett
Corresponding Secretary
Marcia Kiser
Treasurer
Kaye Robertson
Registrar
Kathy Volanty
Historian
Linda Kahlich
Librarian
Jackie Harland
Parliamentarian
Pam Casto

 

 

The Nancy Anderson Chapter meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month, September through May, at 11:30 a.m., unless otherwise specified. In September there is a DAR/SAR dinner meeting, and in February a Good Citizens Tea is held.

Each regular meeting includes a devotional, DAR Ritual and related material, President Generalís Message, and National Defense Report.

 

 

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