DAR logo

National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

  Tate's Bluff Chapter  


Chapter History

The name Tate's Bluff was chosen for the name of the chapter, as the area near the Ouachita River was named for Anderson, George, and Richard Tate; brothers who settled the area about 1819. George and Anderson Tate were Revolutionary soldiers.

Chapter Officers

REGENT Annie Stafford
VICE REGENT Juanita Carrie
2nd VICE REGENT Teresa Harris
CHAPLAIN Sonja Butler
REGISTRAR Debra Newberry
TREASURER Janey Trawick
HISTORIAN Lucy Cyphers
LIBRARIANMarcella Coston

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.".... Benjamin Franklin

Tate's Bluff Chapter Regent and Chapter members receiving a $1000.00 check from
the Ouachita Valley Community Foundation for the Library Project.

Tate's Bluff Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Tate's Bluff DAR Chapter members and friends gathered Saturday, Feb. 27, at the Tate Cemetery near Tate's Bluff on the Ouachita River to honor the grave sites of Anderson and George Tate, Revolutionary War soldiers. A short service was held at the cemetery, followed by a luncheon at the river home of Jean Smith, one of the Chapter organizing members and former Chapter Regent. Alfred Smith also served as host. State DAR Regent, Mary Lee Schultz of Cabot, joined the group for the event and presented a program on the early history of DAR. Emma Jean Wood, Jean Smith, and Barbara Morton gave highlights of the organizing of the Chapter and the Tate's Bluff Chapter first year. The Chapter currently has sixty six active members. The Chapter encourages Patriotism, Education, Historical Preservation, and Genealogy through local projects and yearly events.

April 4, 2009, Dedication Ceremony
of Grave of Revolutionary War Patriot,
Priscilla Parks Cooper Elliot.

For information about the Tate's Bluff Chapter

contact link

Historic Camden, Arkansas

view of Camden


ASDAR and NSDAR buttons created by Dayna Trembley Hilton

Website last updated July 18, 2019.
For comments on this webpage, contact the Webmaster.
Web hyperlinks to non-DAR sites are not the responsibility
of the NSDAR, the state organizations, or individual DAR chapters.

The DAR Insignia is the property of, and is copyrighted
by, the National Society of the Daughters of the American