Daughters of the
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
Organized December 8, 1965
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John Percifull Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Hot Springs, Arkansas, was organized on December 8, 1965, with twenty Charter members.
The Chapter was named after John Percifull, born November 6, 1754, in Massachusetts and who served as a private in the Revolutionary War.
He came to the Hot Springs area in the early 1800's and died there on June 13, 1837.
Almost a century after his death, the Hot Springs of Arkansas Chapter of DAR placed a marble plaque near his home. Today, the plaque may be seen at 200 Spring Street.
The John Percifull Chapter supports the objectives of NSDAR by engaging in a variety of projects.
The John Percifull Chapter meets the
first Thursday of the month at
For information about the John Percifull Chapter
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Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas
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Website last updated May 13, 2011.
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