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National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

Captain Nathan Watkins Chapter

Mountain Home, Arkansas

Mountain Home, Arkansas
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About the Mountain Home Area

Chapter History

The Captain Nathan Watkins Chapter of NSDAR was organized in Mountain Home, Arkansas, on April 17, 1965. Our members unanimously voted to name their newly formed chapter after Nathan Watkins, the ancestor of Mrs. Edward Lynn Westbrooke, Arkansas state organizing representative, who was instrumental in the formation of the chapter.

Nathan Watkins fought in the War of the Revolution from 1775-1782. He served as Captain of Company D, 26th Regiment, under General Gates and as Captain of Minute Men at Bunker Hill. He later joined the expedition to Quebec, and also fought at Princeton, Trenton, and Bemis Ridge.

Chapter Officers

Regent: Caroline Kraft Carroll

Vice Regent: April Baily

Chaplain: Patricia Couch

Secretary: Nancy Osmon

Treasurer: Kathryn Bauwens

Registrar: Jo Anne Dukes

Historian/Librarian: Jo Anne Dukes

Chapter Meetings

We meet the second Monday of each month September through May. Our Meetings are held at 11:30 a.m.(lunch) and 12:00 (meeting). Please contact us for location.

Membership

Membership Requirements:

Any woman over eighteen is eligible for membership if she can prove lineal descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. These ancestors may have provided service in one of the following ways:
1. Signers of the Declaration of Independence
2. Military Service
3. Civil Service
4. Patriotic Service
Our members will do their best to help you document your ancestral line if you are interested in becoming a member of our chapter.

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We welcome new members!

 
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