Daughters of the American Revolution
General William Lewis Chapter
Organized April 12, 1969
The General William Lewis Chapter was named for William Lewis,
who served in the Virginia Militia at age 12. After a military career in Virginia and Kentucky, he resigned in 1815 and migrated west.
He settled in Arkansas territory at Pecannerie on the Arkansas River near present day Morrilton in 1918.
Jean Bateman Walt Stallings
was Organizing Regent, Marion Ryland Love, Vice-Regent, Sarah Clark Moose Turney, Corresponding Secretary, and Lula Doyle Baird, Registrar.
The chapter has been served by many regents, one of whom was Honorary State Regent, Alma Brazil. Sharon Hamilton was State Recording
Secretary for 1998-2000, Anne Crofoot Queen was State Chaplain for 2000-2002, and Patty Windle was State Treasurer for 2002-2004.
Three DAR chapters have been organized by members of the General William Lewis Chapter: Cadron Post, Maria Van Buren, and Persis Lovely.
| REGENT||Mara Cawein||VICE REGENT||Elizabeth Wisner
| REGISTRAR||Doris Bonds|
|HISTORIAN||Wanda Jean Delacerda|
The General William Lewis Chapter meets the second Sunday of each
month during the months of September through May at 2:00 P.M.
with a few changes each year.
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