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Muskingum Chapter, Zanesville, Ohio
Daughters of the American Revolution
Founded October 1893
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The Muskingum Chapter, NSDAR was organized in October 1893 with its charter members: Mrs. Ella Brown Abbott, Mrs. Cornelia Van Hamm Black, Mrs. Fannie Russell Brush (first Regent), Mrs. Margaret D. Matthews Fulton, Mrs. Mary Hoyt Granger, Mrs. Jessie Moorehead Lilienthal, Mrs. Mary Munson Moore, Miss Julia Munson, Mrs. Minerva Nye Nash, Miss Alice Searle, Mrs. Mary Cox Spangler, and Mrs. Mary Brown Stanberry.
Mrs. Mary Hoyt Reese Granger (Mrs. Moses Morehead) served as State Regent, OSDAR from 1899-1901 and as VP General, NSDAR from 1903-1904.

The first state conference of the Ohio Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, was called in Zanesville, Ohio, June 8 & 9, 1899, by Mrs. Moses Granger, State Regent. Muskingum Chapter served as host.

Our current Regent is Eleanor "Sis" Bowman.

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Our Location

Zanesville, Ohio

Our Meetings

We meet the second Saturday of the month from September through June. Our meetings are held at the American Legion Post 29, 27 S. Third Street, Zanesville, Ohio, beginning at noon.

Contact Us

Interested in membership in the DAR? Please feel free to contact us via e-mail.


Links

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Ohio Society Daughters of the American Revolution




Last Updated: 2013-09-29   Webmaster