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Joining the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution requires proving biological lineage from a Patriot of the American Revolutionary War. Sometimes, it takes a while to complete the research to find the documentation. There are lots of wonderful things you can do while you work through the application process. Find out what to expect every step of the way.
Constance Haynsworth Grund
Under the direction of Alabama State Regent Shelby Ward Wallace and leadership of Constance Haynsworth Grund, a group of ladies began to meet in the Hoover Public Library in June of 2007 with a goal to establish a new chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Once the NSDAR approved the organization of the new chapter, an organizing meeting and luncheon were held at the Riverchase Country Club in Hoover, Alabama, on February 2, 2008. Alabama State Organizing Secretary Flora "Tad" Douglas administered the oath of office to the new officers and the oath of membership to all members.
A more formal luncheon celebration was held at the Hoover Country Club on May 10, 2008, with all state officers and local chapter regents invited to attend. The mayor and Mrs. Tony Petelos of Hoover, Alabama, were honored guests.
During our charter year, from February 2, 2008 to February 7, 2009, 46 members joined the chapter for a total charter membership of 92.
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