Welcome to Monticello, Arkansas!
Photo: Drew County Museum and Archives; courtesy of Tammy Roberts
Welcome to the Colonel David Love Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, chartered in Monticello, Arkansas!
Colonel David Love Chapter was organized February 15, 1919, by Miss Orlean Maloney in her home with twelve charter members. Colonel David Love was the ancestor of organizing regent Miss Orlean Maloney.
He was born in Yorkshire, England, and later came with his father to Anson County, North Carolina. Physically, he was a fine looking man, six foot three in height. David Love entered the Revolutionary Army as a Captain, fought under General Francis Marion, and conspicuous for his courage, was promoted to Colonel.
Monticello is the home of the The University of Arkansas at Monticello.
|Vice Regent||Sandra Funderburg|
|Recording Secretary||Judith Murphy|
|Corresponding Secretary||Judith Murphy|
|2nd Vice Regent||Mary Burton|
Colonel David Love Chapter was organized February 15,
1919, by Miss Orlean Maloney in her home with twelve charter