Daughters of the American Revolution
Colonel David Love Chapter
Organized February 15, 1919
"Declaration Committee" by Currier and Ives
Colonel David Love Chapter was organized February 15,
1919, by Miss Orlean Maloney in her home with twelve charter
members. Colonel David Love was the ancestor of organizing
regent Miss Orlean Maloney. He was born in Yorkshire, England,
and later came with his father to Anson County, North Carolina.
Physically, he was a fine looking man, six foot three in height.
David Love entered the Revolutionary Army as a Captain, fought
under General Francis Marion, and conspicuous for his courage, was
promoted to Colonel.
|REGENT|| Jody Gladden
||VICE REGENT|| Constance Mullis
||SECOND VICE REGENT|| Betty Sue Kellun
||CHAPLAIN|| Jan West
||SECRETARY|| Sandy Funderburg
||TREASURER|| Sue Johnson
||REGISTRAR|| Jody Gladden
|HISTORIAN|| Elizabeth Thurman
|LIBRARIAN|| Regina Dunn
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