Daughters of the American Revolution
Gilbert Marshall Chapter
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
When the Arkansas State Conference was held at Helena in the Spring of 1913, several members of the Little Rock Chapter discussed
forming a new chapter. The charter was sent in December 17, 1913, and signed April 15, 1914.
The name Gilbert Marshall was chosen to honor the ancestor of the Organizing Regent, Mrs. Thomas Dwight Crawford. Gilbert Marshall of
Albermarle County, Virginia was the father of John Marshall, 20, who entered the Revolution on April 11, 1776, as an Ensign in Colonel
Samuel Miles' Pennsylvania Militia, and retired as Captain in 1783.
1913 - 2013 Centennial Anniversary of the Gilbert Marshall Chapter, NSDAR
Evening view of Little Rock, Arkansas
Vice Regent- Lisa Brandom
2nd Vice Regent- Pat Hamilton Richardson
Chaplain- Ann Dillon Smith
Recording Secretary- Robbie Bridenthal Riley
Treasurer- Pat Hamilton Richardson
Librarian- Elizabeth Webb
Parliamentarian- Dr. Mary Bonner
Any woman is eligible for membership who is no less than eighteen years of age and can prove lineal,
blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. Documentation must be provided to prove
direct descent from a patriot. Sources may include birth, baptismal, marriage, death records, etc. Admission to membership
in the NSDAR is either through a chapter in your state organization (or unit overseas) or as a member-at-large.
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