Memorial Day observance at Fort Howard (Baltimore County)

Members of the Col. Nicholas Ruxton Moore Chapter and Col. John Eager Howard Chapter will be joining members of the General Smallwood Chapter, DAR in the community of Fort Howard for their annual Memorial Day observance hosted by IOOF North Point Lodge #4 on Monday May, 21, 2021.  Please see attached flyer for further details - RSVP by May 23, 2021

DAR Bus Trip to Winterthur

Compatriots, Please see the attached invitation from Joanne Calvert and the ladies of the DAR.  Her DAR chapter is sponsoring a bus trip to Winterthur for "Costuming the Crown" on May 8th. The last time the Delaware Society Hosted the AMS meeting they had this trip and it was outstanding. Winterthur has the largest collection of the original Society of Cincinnatus pieces of china originally owned by George Washington and later purchased by Henry Francis du Pont. The Estate is beautiful and well worth the visit. 

Carrollton Manor Grave Marking

The Carrollton Manor Chapter of the Maryland State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution Invites you to the grave marking ceremony honoring Maryland Patriot Richard Potts and his wives.

Location: Historic Mount Olivet Cemetery

515 South Market Street, Frederick, Maryland

(At the fenced area of the Key Family Plot)

Date: Sunday, May 2, 2016

Time: 2:00 PM

Brooklyn Visit 2015


Compatriots and Friends,

Please see the link below to the many photos taken by MDSSAR Third Vice President Jim Adkins on August 29th during our MDSSAR trip to Brooklyn for the 239th Anniversary of the Battle of Brooklyn Heights. Our trip leader was Jim Adkins and he did a superb job of organizing it and informing us of the details of the battle – in addition to being our photographer.  Jim is an authority on the Battle of Brooklyn Heights and the Maryland 400.

Link to Flickr Photo Album

250th Anniversary Commemoration of the Repudiation Act

Attached is a MEDIA ALERT for Calendar Listings for the 250th Anniversary Commemoration of The Repudiation Act, the act of defiance by "Twelve Immortal Justices" of the Frederick County Court, effectively refusing to discharge The Stamp Act imposed on the Colonies by Great Britain' King George II.  On November 23, 1765 these justices were


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