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Arrowhead Valley Chapter DAR (#47720359)
 member for 4 years, 7 months, 20 days
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Bio Photo The Arrowhead Valley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was organized on December 7, 2002, from the Arrowhead and San Bernardino, California chapters. Both chapters had long and illustrious histories.
The Arrowhead Chapter was organized on April 19, 1917, the anniversary of the Battle of Lexington and the "shot heard round the world." The organizing regent was Mrs. Irving Davis.
The San Bernardino Chapter was organized soon after, on March 20, 1920, with Mrs. Anna Boley Garner as organizing regent.
These two venerable chapters merged December 7, 2002 to form a very dynamic chapter.
As you will notice, many of the entries on Find-A-Grave include members from all three of the chapters and are referred to as being a former member of Arrowhead Valley Chapter. That is because we wish to honor all three chapters of "our former members".
We are what they were.
We are grateful to those of you who created their memorials and were willing to transfer them to us when we started our "Remember Our Members" project.
Entries submitted to FindAGrave DO NOT constitute proof of lineage. It is our hope that our research of census records, newspaper articles, birth, marriage and death certificates, and cemetery records will help lead others to the Revolutionary War Patriot in their family.
The NSDAR will welcome you!

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Grave Recorder
RE: McCready Photos
You're very welcome. Happy to be of help.
Added by Grave Recorder on Aug 17, 2016 12:08 PM
Virginia Markham
Florence Hawkins
Taking the photo was my pleasure. 'My' Hawkins, (Zadock) were in Connecticut in the 1700's. Was Florence from that line and I didn't know about her ? At any rate, was my pleasure.
Added by Virginia Markham on Aug 12, 2016 9:12 AM
Lettie Kirby
Mary Eddy # 21440780
Transferred. Best Wishes, Lettie
Added by Lettie Kirby on Aug 02, 2016 7:08 PM
Don Green
Mary Fleming - DAR Researcher
Hi Barbara, AVCDAR

Happy to transfer Mary over to your care. Have great respect for the DAR & your work, so I know she is in good hands.

Don
Added by Don Green on Jul 27, 2016 9:23 PM
M Witsch
RE: Mary (Wood) Drake 89282590
I will let you know when I hear from her. This tree or record does not come up for me. What is the tree name and the name of the source citation for her death?

Thanks,
Michelle
Added by M Witsch on Jul 20, 2016 10:01 PM
M Witsch
RE: Richard Drake #89282652
Hello,

I have contacted the original creator of these memorials. I do not have proof except a pensioners record for Richard. Mary and Richard are my 5x great grandparents and I have researched them. They are listed in my ancestry.com Drake Tree. I can see that on the 1830 census there is only one elder listed. I wish I had a picture and will request one but it is unknown to me if there is a marker or if it's legible. I hope to go to the cemetery soon but I live in another state. I would very much like to hear what information you have about them. Do you have a record for her death? I would love your member to contact me on how you're related and discuss this family. I recently did my DNA as well.

Happy searching,
Michelle
Added by M Witsch on Jul 20, 2016 9:46 AM
R Lerch
Webner in Graceland
I visited the Webner lot in Graceland Cemetery, Chicago. Sadly, there are only three headstones of which only Mary Ceperle Webner is readable. All are marble, eroded by city pollution with lichens as well. They have Webner across the top which is very readable, but first names and dates on the front are not. I might guess the three from left to right would be John, Mary, then Mary Ceperle in the order they died with Adelaide and George not marked. Mary Ceperle is the stone on the right. I recommend that you purchase a copy of the lot card from the cemetery for $5.00 which would show you where each Webner is located. Regards, Bob Lerch
Added by R Lerch on Jul 17, 2016 9:06 AM
Ace
RE: Emans - Ostrander
Hi! You sent me such a nice complimentary message, but I'm afraid I'm going to disappoint your organization.

I actually walked the entire Roseville Cemetery, and any photo requests I did not fulfill (1) I did not find a grave marker, (2) I missed seeing the grave, (3) a grave marker has never existed or no longer exists or (4) the grave marker is no longer readable. All of my efforts were focused on burials before 1980.

The remaining Ostrander photo requests should be next to Romine and Julia Ostrander whose photos I did post. Unfortunately I did not know that on the day I took the photos.

Finally, I live more than 200 miles away, and my visit was a one-time effort to clear up as many unfulfilled photo requests at Roseville as I could. I hope that someone else is able to assist in finding the rest of the graves you are looking to find at the cemetery.

Happy 4th of July to you and the rest of your organization!

Ace
Added by Ace on Jul 04, 2016 3:41 AM
Ace
Romine Ostrander
Hi! Photos posted for him.

Also there:

Julia Young Ostrander, 1846 - 1908

If you add a photo request for her I will post the photos that I took.

Best wishes for a great day! Ace
Added by Ace on May 22, 2016 5:08 AM
Shawdau
RE: Ezra & Emma Emans 134572315
I think I will - I have over 2000 pictures - it's just taking TIME. Good Night!
Added by Shawdau on May 18, 2016 11:26 PM
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