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NSSAR Gives Thanks

November 15, 2011, was a day for the NSSAR to give thanks for the support given by the local community.  The NSSAR hosted its 1st Annual Appreciation Luncheon in honor of its many volunteers and community supporters.  As a non-profit organization, the SAR relies heavily on its volunteers to help fill in the gaps that come with having a small national staff.  Without this help, the vital mission goals of education, history and patriotism would suffer greatly.

NSSAR Volunteers enjoying lunch.

Search Ends Here For New Library Brochure


NSSAR Color Guard reinstituting The SAR Colorguardsman magazine - Updated


The NSSAR Color Guard Committee is pleased to announce the publication of “The SAR Colorguardsman” newsletter.  This newsletter is published quarterly by the Color Guard Committee as an online newsletter.  No individual subscriptions are taken.

The link to the issue is on the ColorGuard Committee page.  All future publications will be placed there as well according to the schedule listed below.


2012 SAR Program Honoring Germany


2011 State Society Annual Reconciliation Report Updated


The Registration Reporting & Education Committee is pleased to announce the roll out of the 2011 State Society Annual Reconciliation Report.  This report form includes a number of changes from the form that has been utilized in the previous two years after the committee received suggestions and critiques over that time frame.

SAR Genealogical Research Library Hosts Lineage Society Fair


Vigil held in Honor General George Washington


Constitution Day, September 17th 2011, the National Society of Sons of the American Revolution held a noon to midnight candle light vigil to honor General George Washington at his tomb located at Mount Vernon, Virginia.

NSSAR Members at Washington Event

Jane-Rives Williams Presents “Treasure Hunting in Kentucky’s Overlooked Records”

On Saturday, August 6, 2011, the SAR Genealogical Research library hosted its highest-attended genealogy workshop of its summer series. Jane-Rives Williams discussed in depth Kentucky’s unique tax lists, land warrants, and deeds and how one can better make use of them in genealogical research on Kentucky ancestors.

Jane-Rives Williams Presents