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Monthly Newsletter

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Upcoming event

February 7th Chapter Meeting

Details of our speaker will be included in our upcoming newsletter.

Gold Eagle Coin, 1795

Time: Social starts at 11:30am. Meeting and Luncheon are from 12:00-1:30pm.

Location: Fort Magruder Inn, 6945 Pocahontas Trail (Tr. 60 East), Williamsburg, VA

Latest News

Installation of 2015 Chapter Board of Directors

The officers of the 2015 Williamsburg Chapter SAR Board of Directors were installed by Ed Truslow, VASSAR Second Vice-President, at the joint meeting between the Thomas Nelson Jr. Chapter and the Williamsburg Chapter held on January 10th at the Pointe Plaza Hotel in Newport News, VA.

Photo of Installation of 2015 Williamsburg Chapter SAR Board of Directions

From L – R: Outgoing President, Bob Spencer, Incoming President, Donald Swain, Vice President, Jay Smith, Treasurer, Jack Lee, Registrar/Genealogist Ron Losee, Historian, Richard Newsome, Chaplain, Jim Henry, and Secretary Harley Stewart.

Latest News

Memorial Day Ceremonies 2014

Memorial Day Ceremony 2014

Members of the Williamsburg Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution muster at the Colonial Williamsburg palace on 26 May 2014 prior to Memorial Day Ceremonies.

Commemorative wreaths of the SAR, Williamsburg and Yorktown Thomas J. Nelson chapters, local DAR and VASSAR were placed on the graves of Revolutionary War patriots at the Governor's Palace, Bruton Parish Church, and a nearby graveyard containing fallen French soldiers.