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Ursula Wolcott-Black Swamp Chapter
Toledo, Ohio

Daughters of the American Revolution
Founded Feb. 28, 1928, Merged 1998
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The Ursula Wolcott/Black Swamp Chapter's Daughters formally celebrated the merger of the following two chapters on June 6, 1998.

The Ursula Wolcott Chapter was first formed on January 12, 1895 when 12 women got together in Toledo, Ohio. All 12 women could trace their ancestry to Ursula Wolcott (1724-1788) who was the daughter, sister, wife, and mother of Connecticut Governor. Ursula's brother, Oliver Wolcott, signed the Declaration of Independence.

The Black Swamp Chapter was organized February 28, 1928, and was chartered February 1, 1929. The organizing Regent was Georgia Dennison Kimmons.

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Our Location

Our members live in the Lucas and Wood County Ohio areas. Meetings are held in and around these two geographical sites.

Our Meetings

Meetings are held the first Saturday in October, November, December, February, March, April and May; and, the second Saturday in September and June. No general meetings are held in January, July, or August.

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