Mary Little Deere-Fort Armstrong

Chapter NSDAR

Moline - Rock Island, IL

 

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"Our aim is to perpetuate the memory and the spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence, to promote the development of an enlightened public opinion and to foster patriotic citizenship."

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Mary Little Deere
Fort Armstrong Chapter

NSDAR

CHAPTER HISTORY

As a DAR chapter, each year we continue our work in support of the objectives of the National Society.  Our aim is to perpetuate the memory and the spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence, to promote the development of an enlightened public opinion and to foster patriotic citizenship.
The wish of our chapter's founders would be for this chapter not only to live up to its past, but to achieve bigger and better things in the present and future as we move forward.
 


Real Daughter

Mrs. Margaret Simington Montgomery was a "Real Daughter." Her father served in the American Revolution.  She was a DAR member for two years.  Her application papers were signed by Clara Whitman, Registrar, on November 1, 1899.  Margaret died on April 20, 1900.

Her Father was Patriot, Robert Simington, of Columbia Co., PA, who received a $20 per year pension.
 

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Mary Little Deere - Fort Armstrong Chapter NSDAR, Moline, Illinois

 

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