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    STATE REPORTS NEW YORK 2013

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    Major George Armistead Chapter attends General Dodge Day which was held today (21 September 2013) at Colonial Cemetery, Green St, Johnstown, NY. Several of his General Dodge's descendants were in attendance along with the (SSWGBSNY) General Society of War of 1812, John E Wool Chapter, DAR and Sons of the American Revolution.

    Click Here Photos Nations in Harmony Concert, Lewiston, NY Tri-Nation Choir

    Beverly Sterling-Affinati Nov 30, 2013
    Anne Davis and Sid Shafer (Boni's husband) are doing an awesome job working
    together on War of 1812 Soldiers buried in Jefferson County, NY. There could be as many as 2,000 soldiers buried in the county (not all of them verified as having served, read the page for details). If you haven't already, check out Sid's website at this link: http://www.nnygenealogy.com/pages/military/war_vets.php?cnflct=2

    Jan Johnpier

    12:48pm Jan 16

    Betsy Doyle Marker! Saturday March 22, 2014

    , March 22, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. - Catherine Emerson, Niagara County Historian, will be holding a marker installation ceremony for War of 1812 Heroin, Betsy Doyle. Mark your calendars and plan to attend, if possible. Members from Niagara Frontier Chapter will be attending, but all daughters are welcome, of course. Kate indicates that there will be a small reception afterwards. I have asked Mrs. Emerson if she would like the United States Daughters of 1812 to place a wreath that day, and will wait for her reply, but I am guessing she will say yes. I believe that this marker will be placed near Old Fort Niagara, (perhaps right out front) but Mrs. Emerson has indicated that she will get back to me with further details. (More info to come....)

     

    honored for ‘spirit of 1812’

    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013

    Timothy J. Abel, archaeologist, was recently awarded the ‘Spirit of 1812’ medal by the United States Daughters of 1812, General Jacob Brown Chapter. Mr. Abel is a noted speaker on the history of the War of 1812 in New York state. He recently was honored at a brunch at the Sackets Harbor American Legion. From left, Anne Davis, Gen. Jacob Brown chapter vice president, Mr. Abel and Beverly Sterling-Affinati, Gen. Jacob Brown chapter president. See many more photos of organizations and clubs from all over Northern New York on the Times website, www.wdt.net by scrolling down to NNY Scrapbook feature.

    REPORT FROM jAN JOHNPIER:: our State Chairman of 1812 Schools, who happens to be my mother, Jeanette Brooks. I called her to ask how many soup labels she sent to the 1812 schools - so that I can do the 1812 Schools report. She said, 1,782.00 soup labels were sent! I was expecting maybe 200? Wonderful! Thank you everyone who gave her soup labels and remember to save Campbell Soup labels and Box Tops for Education for our 1812 schools. She collects all year long. You can mail them to her or give them to me. We don't care how you get them to her, as long as she gets them



 

 

 

 

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