Daughters of the American Revolution Fort Worth Chapter

Fort Worth, Texas

The Daughters of the American Revolution is deeply rooted in our country's history. Our mission is to preserve the history of our country and patriots. DAR members come from many walks of life, but all share one common bond: their ancestors helped secure our independence.

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Chapter History

Our chapter has the distinction of having had two first generation daughters of Revolutionary War patriots as members.

The Fort Worth Chapter was organized on February 9, 1914, and takes its name from the tiny frontier Army outpost that was located on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River. This outpost would grow into the present day city of Fort Worth.

The Fort Worth Chapter continues to support many programs and activities that meet the mission of our Society – historic preservation, education, and patriotism.

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Regent
Margaret Mayo
Vice Regent
Jaice Moore
Chaplain
Susan Spencer
Recording Secretary
Annie Young
Corresponding Secretary
Ellen Hamilton
Treasurer
Christean Jenkins
Registrar
Sarah Fezio
Historian
Shea Dersham
Librarian
Janet Eaves
Parliamentarian
Melissa Johnson

Founding Members