the American Revolution
John Cain Chapter
Organized December 30, 1929
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John Cain Chapter received its charter December 30, 1929. It was named for John Cain,
a private of Brunswick County, Virginia, ancestor of Georgia Delaughter Haynes, organizing regent,
the late Helen Hesterly McLarty, and Ann Thompson Rome Hogueland, current member. The
young chapter hosted the 1932 Arkansas State Conference in Hope. Mrs. Haynes was the 1944 State Regent, and the chapter marked her grave in 1983.
||VICE REGENT|| Claudette Doyle Wilson
||CHAPLAIN|| Elizabeth Ann McCleskey Harris
||RECORDING SECRETARY||Barbara Impson
||REGISTRAR||Brenda Karen Davis Barham
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