National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Floyd Courthouse Chapter
Floyd, Virginia
Organized
December 23,1931


 
 
 
 

Officers
2013-2016


Regent Mrs. Barbara Thomas Spangler
First Vice Regent Mrs. Linda Aldridge Haney
Chaplain Mrs. Karen Agnes Bingham
Secretary Mrs. Jackie Wimmer Frith
Treasurer Mrs. Neoma Sheppard Hall
Registrar Mrs. Judith Gordon Blackwell
Historian Mrs. Betty Wood Getgood
Librarian Mrs. Kathryn Agnew Van Tassell
Appointed Parliamentarian Mrs. Karen Agnew Bingham

 
 
 
Members Serving Virginia DAR
   
District VII Parliamentarian Jacquelyn Wimmer Frith

 
 
 

Calendar

 2013-2016


 
Meeting Dates   Program Topics:
September 2, 2014   "Medical Alert and Home Security"
September 11, 2014   Patriot's Day
September 14-20, 2014   Constitution Week
September 19-20, 2014   District IV and VII Fall forum-Hotel Roanoke
October 7, 2014   "Oxford Academy"
November 4, 2014   "Navy Veteran's World War II Memorabilia"
October 11, 2014   NSDAR Founders Day
December 2 2014   "Video:  DAR Museum"
March 3, 2015   "Formation of Floyd County"
March 20-22, 2015   "Virginia State Conference, Roanoke"
April 7, 2015   "All You Ever Wanted to Know About Conservation Easements"
May 5, 2015   "Smithfield Plantation"
June 2,  2015   "Double Springs"
July 4, 2015   Fly Your Flag
June 24-28, 2015   124th Continental Congress, Washington, DC
Have a Great Summer   See you in September

 
 


Our Ancestors

Anderson, James, Pvt., VA
Bishop, Henry, Pvt., VA
Blum, Johann H. Pvt.,PA
Bolick, Casper, Pvt. NC
Cannaday, James, Pvt., VA
Charlton, John III, VA
Chapin, Samuel, CPL, MA
Cole, Joseph, Pvt., VA
Critz, Hamon, Capt., VA
Crockett, Hugh, VA
Eanes, Edward, Pvt., VA
Edwards, Issac, Pvt. VA
Grubb, Henry, Sol PS, VA
Goodykoontz, Hans George, VA
Hall, Jesse, Pvt., NY
Harper, Johan Jacob, PS, VA
Hill, James, NH
Hill, Viloet, PS, VA
Holland, Drury, Pvt., VA,
Howard, Sir William, PS, VA
Hughlett, William Thrift, Capt., NC
King, John, Pvt., MD

Lamar, William Bishop, PS MD
Lester, John, Pvt. VA
Lucas, John, Capt.,VA
McAlexander, John, Pvt., VA
McAlexander, William, PS, VA
Padgett, Thomas, PS, NC
Payne, Augustine, VA
Preston, Joel, Pvt., VA
Rodruff, John, PA
Sedgwick, Samuel, PS, CT
Shaw, Nathan, LT., NJ
Shelor, Daniel, VA
Souder, Jacob, Pvt., VA
Sherman, Aaron, Pvt.. MA
Taylor, Skelton, VA
Thomas, Charles, PS, VA
Thompson, John, Sr. PS, VA
Trammell, Thomas, Pvt., SC
Waddell/Weddle, Benjamin, Sol., VA
Whetstone, Jacob, PA
Yates, Stephen, PS, VA
Vest, John, Pvt. VA

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                        Chapter History
   On December 23, 1931, The Floyd Courthouse Chapter was organized.  Since the chapter was to encompass the entire county, it was named Floyd Courthouse, in honor of the County and of Governor John B. Floyd. Anne Simmons Profitt (Mrs. J. E.) was the Organizing Regent. She served as the first Regent of the Chapter and gave her full support to Chapter activities until her death in 1974.  In 1940, the Chapter placed a bronze plaque in the Floyd Courthouse, in memory of patriots of the American Revolution.  It contains the names of the 18   patriots buried in Floyd County.


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