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Our organization is part of a national society that strives to remember and honor the patriots who sought our nation's independence during the Revolutionary War.
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Learn more about our history, what we're doing, and how you can get involved. Shortcuts to the content on each page are provided at the top of the page next to the featured image. Contact information is listed at the bottom of each webpage.
Local Chapter Points of Interest Identified on Custom Map
Gain a sense of the chapter's presence in the local community by checking out our map. Photos and brief descriptions of all of the major local points of interest have been provided for each site.
To navigate the map, use the menu found on the left side of the map, or simply click on each site marker to access the description and photos provided. Zoom in and out of the map using your mouse's scroll feature or with the +/- buttons found in the bottom corner of the map.
About Us > Locations of Interest
The text and images found in the Google Map can also be accessed via the Locations of Interest section of our website, linked through our About Us page. Here you can read the descriptions and see the images of each site, with or without navigating the interactive map.
Color Guard Service Medals Awarded
Members of the Williamsburg Chapter SAR Color Guard were awarded service medals at the chapter’s March 2015 luncheon. The medals were funded by a memorial contribution from Mrs. Betty Rowland in memory of her late husband, Chester Rowland, who was a member of the chapter. Mrs. Rowland was an also honored as a special guest at the luncheon.
Pictured left to right above are Color Guard members R Warren Deal, Jim Henry, Bob Schmidt, Tom Morr, and Norm Fuss.
SAR Commonwealth Certificate Awarded
Mitchell B. Reiss and Colonial Williamsburg were presented with the SAR Commonwealth Certificate by the Williamsburg Chapter of SAR President, Don Swain, for Colonial Williamsburg’s valued assistance with Sons of the American Revolution ceremonies at Colonial Williamsburg, including Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Veterans Day. Previously Mr. Reiss was President of Washington College a former professor at William & Mary, and envoy to Northern Ireland, with diplomatic rank of Ambassador.