National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Hillsville, Virginia
Virginia DAR
Organizing Regent Virginia McMillan Porter (Mrs Walter A. Porter)
The Society was established to promote patriotic, historical and educational endeavors, and to  perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women that achieved American Independence.
Our Ancestors
Appalachian Trail Chapter is active in supporting DAR schools, awarding scholarships and good citizen awards to local students each year.
Supporting the John Carroll Society of the Children of the American Revolution and the Junior American Citizens.
The Carter Home
Appalachian Trail Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution was Organized October 13th, 1955 By Mrs. Walter Porter.
Charter members were: Mrs. John Alderman, Mrs. John Fulcher,  Miss Cassie Gardner, Mrs. Gerald Gardner, Mrs. Robert Wilkinson, Mrs. Randolph  Noell,  Mrs. Glenn Cox,  Mrs. John Call,  Mrs. Rush Gardner, Mrs. Byrum Goad, Miss Jezebel Goad, Mrs. Joseph Early, Mrs. Chester Nuckolls, and Mrs. Staffford Query.
Appalachian Trail Chapter encourages historical and genealogical research in relation to the Revolutionary War era, and helps preserve historical documents and records of the individual services of Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots.  Patriotic anniversaries, conservation, and a strong national defense are promoted.
Carroll County Court House
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