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.
President - Bryan Beck
1st VP - Cliff Kent
2nd VP - Joel Davenport
Secretary - Brett Hale // Paul Bobenhausen
Treasurer - David Queen
Registrar - Charles Dammann
Chaplain - James H Carter, Jr
Chancellor - Brian Frye
Historian - Don Chamberlain
Sergeant at Arms - Brian Frye
Facebook - Bryan Beck
Webmaster - Cliff Kent
If you would like to meet the chapter and discuss membership requirements join us for either the Spring or Fall Socials (informal) or one of our Quarterly Dinner Meetings (formal) or just reach out to us here!
We will be glad to talk to you any time!
I Pledge Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
We descendants of the heroes of the American Revolution who, by their sacrifices, established the United States of America, reaffirm our faith in the principles of liberty and our Constitutional Republic, and solemnly pledge ourselves to defend them against every foe.
Until we meet again, let us remember our obligations to our forefathers who gave us our Constitution, the Bill of Rights, an independent Supreme Court and a nation of Free Men.
Peter Little, Sr.
SAR Patriot #:P-237257
DAR #: A069933
Son of Captain Daniel Little of the British Militia, was born in Rowan County, North Carolina on September 13, 1752. He was a Planter and Tanner; he was active in the Colonial Militia, rising to the rank of Captain.
During the Revolution he fought under General Horatio Gates in the Battle of Camden (August 16, 1780) as did his brothers Daniel, Jr., John and Henry. John and Henry were killed in that battle. Peter Sr. also saw service in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse (Mar 15, 1781).
He settled in the Lyles Creek region of the then Lincoln County, NC. He along with many others of German background in that region founded the St. John’s Lutheran Church prior to 1798.
Peter Little; Sr is buried in the St. John’s Lutheran Church Cemetery very near the church.
His stone has been renewed and states that he was “A soldier in the American Revolution”.
Author: John C. Echerd
Cross check you Patriot Ancestor at the DAR's Genealogical Research page for more information
Looking for your Patriot ancestor who may be from SC or NC
Text document found on Archive.org
Text document which has almost 20 volumes. The link takes you to Vol 1. Search by title replacing the Vol. # to find other Patriots.
Revolutionary War Military Abstract Card File Indexes
Maryland's Patriot Service Records for the Revolutionary War are in Volume 018 and found on line.
We honor our patriot ancestors by telling their stories. Lets help preserve our history and reduce the danger of it being lost to the ages. The Patriot Ancestor Biography project is just one avenue where we can make a difference. In the 1894 Kentucky Society Yearbook, Thomas Page Grant wrote about the establishment of the Sons of the American Revolution, “The men whose forefathers took part in the establishment of the Nation were naturally drawn together, and in some of the older States formed themselves into societies to gather scatter bits of history and save them for coming generations; to preserve alive a memory of the men who gave so much for country and paid so dear a price for liberty; to inculcate in the minds of the rising generations a knowledge of what they fought for, and a love of the principles they held so dear. “
Now, over one hundred and twenty years later, we can act as Compatriot Grant described. In collaboration with the Patriot and Grave Index found at National web site, we are able to attach a biography, supplied by Compatriots, to our ancestor's in that database. The goal of the Committee is not to validate/verify the stories submitted; it is to share and provide a repository of those scattered bits of history.
As a recruitment tool your submission could provide the spark for a non-member to connect with a common ancestor and take the plunge to join the Sons of the American Revolution. Additionally, current Member might find a common ancestor and your biographical report could provide the ability for him to submit a Supplemental Application.
There is no defined format for your submission. Information can be between 200 – 500 words and be sent in a Microsoft WORD-compatible format. This is no need for documentation references. As noted on the database, it is the sole responsibility of the author to research the facts and data contained in the submission. Citing sources is not required. The sketch cannot be used for proof of lineage. It can, however, serve as a guide for the continuation of research.
The Patriot Ancestor Database is one way you can honor your ancestor’s for perpetuity.
A chapter with a total 20% submission rate during the current year is presented a Streamer for the chapter flag. Stars will be presented at each additional 20% level - 40% - 1 Star; 60% - 2 Stars; 80% - 3 Stars, etc..
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
The Tennessee Society Sons of the American Revolution award for the greatest number of new members; Overall Chapter Winner
The Tennessee Society Sons of the American Revolution award for Large Size Chapter Winner
State Flag of Watauga
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Know the location of a Patriot's Grave? Is there a headstone? Is there a DAR or SAR Marker? Send us a picture with a grid location.
Members to be added
John C. Echerd
Lewis Sylar, III
Arthur Purcell, Jr.
Andrew Riley, Jr.
Mr. Larry Underwood
Mr. Terry Siler
Mr. Tim Adams
The Patriot Medal awardee (TNSSAR's highest award to be bestowed on a compratriot)
Mr. James Moore
Past TNSSAR President
Mr. William Eubank, III (picture coming soon)
Past TNSSAR President
Mr. Charles Dammann
Past TNSSAR President
The chapter reports annually on all of our activities supporting the missions and goals of the SAR to State. Please take a look at how we compete with our brother chapters.
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