Sons of the American Revolution
(Serving Hamilton, Marion, Bledsoe, Rhea, and Sequatchie Counties, TN )
President George Ison
Eras Anthony “Tony “ Mines died peacefully at home on Sunday morning, October 13, 2019, after a valiant battle against acute myeloid leukemia. Tony was currently serving as the president of the National Art Materials Trade Association [NAMTA], an Advisory Board member for the Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center and an elder at Lookout Valley Presbyterian Church. He was a member of the John Sevier Chapter, National Society Sons of the American Revolution, the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter # 203 and the Disabled Veterans of America, Robert Loveday Memorial Chapter, # 6.
By honoring those who served in uniform or assisted the colonies during the Revolutionary War.
By protecting our Constitution and perpetuating American ideals and traditions. And by keeping our true American History alive.
By educating our youth about the Constitution and those who developed our American ideals and traditions. And, by remembering all those who have fought and those who died for our freedoms.
Your generous donation will directly fund our efforts to identify and honor American Revolutionary War Patriots buried in our service area, and our efforts to encourage students to participate in our historical education programs. (Compatriot donations of $60.00 or more are recognized for its role in a Grave Marking Ceremony - contact the web master)
To date....32 Revolutionary War Pensioners had ties to Hamilton County
Betsy Ross and the American Flag information provided by the Independence Hall Association
Join and Help Support SAR's National Library! For those wanting to donate for the first time, please download the form below from the John Sevier Chapter Information section, fill it in and send to NSSAR. Full directions on the form. NSSAR will send you a notice by email each year 1 month before your membership to FOL is up
If you are interested in membership, Instructions and Worksheet for Application links can be found below. These may be printed for your use. You'll need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® to view these files (See link below to download Adobe).
On line data base exploring where Patriots maybe buried in the State of Tennessee
Quarterly Dinner RSVP due ASAP!
2019-11-07, John Sevier Chapter of the TNSSAR Quarterly Dinner Invitation (FINAL V1) (pdf)Download
Friends of the Library brochure (pdf)Download
Youth Programs (pdf)Download
Brainerd Mission Cemetery Project (pdf)Download
SAR History-1925-1982 (pdf)Download
John Sevier Personal History (pdf)Download
Compatriot Grave Marking Medal Application (pdf)Download
129th TNSSAR Annual Meeting Registration Form 22-23 MAR 2019 (docx)Download
Agenda for JSC Planning Meeting 11 Apr 2019 (pdf)Download
2018 Officers & Board (pdf)Download
2019-08-01, John Sevier Chapter of the TNSSAR Quarterly Dinner Invitation (FINAL V1) (1) (pdf)Download
4th Quarter Dinner Meeting (Black Tie), Social hour at 6 PM with Dinner at 6:30 PM, Thursday, 7 NOV 2019
MORE INFO Members, wives, prospective members, other interested parties are invited to attend.
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