• Albemarle

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    Our Albemarle chapter was chartered in October 2007, and we are actively seeking qualified new members. We usually meet on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.at the Nothin’ Fancy Restaurant, 701 North Broad St., Edenton, NC 27932. Interested people are cordially invited to attend (an RSVP is requested). If you would like to […]

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  • North Carolina SAR Winter BOM 1 February 2020

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    All SAR members are invited to attend the North Carolina SAR 2020 Winter BOM immediately following the Cowan’s Ford Celebration. A catered lunch and meeting book costs $25 per person. Please RSVP today!

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  • Speaker’s Bureau – North Carolina SAR

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    Across the state of North Carolina, we have many local chapters that have established speaker’s bureaus available to speak at schools, churches and civic associations. The speaker’s bureau is a free service from the North Carolina Society, Sons of the American Revolution. Our topics are wide-ranging and can be customized to your classroom or group’s […]

  • Eagle Scout

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    NC SAR Eagle Scout Recognition and Scholarship Program For many years the SAR has recognized the many common bonds of purpose and principles shared by the SAR and the Boy Scouts of America. Scouts achieving the rank of Eagle Scout have demonstrated their belief in these common principles. For this reason, the SAR believes that […]

  • NC Patriot Records Registry

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    The Patriot Records Registry has been assembled as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (.xls format). We believe that presenting the Registry in a spreadsheet format will make it more usable for most people. As in its previous format, the Registry is shown in its default organization – ordered by Patriot Last Name, First Name, and Middle Name. […]

  • North Carolina SAR Rumbaugh Contestant Wins at National

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    Seven members of the NC Society were present for the 2019 Annual Congress in Costa Mesa, California: Jim Becker, John Thornhill, Sam Powell, Gary Green, George Strunk, Jay DeLoach, and Michael Aycock. Events started with the Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade (with a 6.4 Earthquake), and a Let Freedom Ring Ceremony in Cerritos, CA […]

  • Forms, Fees & Dues

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    New Membership Application Forms New Member/Supplemental SAR On-line Application NC SAR Sharefile Documents & Forms NC SAR Bylaws and Handbook, Vol 1 NC SAR Handbook, Vol 2, Chapter Leadership NC SAR Handbook, Vol 3, US flag NC SAR Handbook, Vol 4, Color Guard SOP NC SAR Handbook, Vol 5, Registrar’s Handbook Report Deadlines Americanism Report 2021 […]

  • NC Governor Roy Cooper Inducted into the SAR

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Robert Sigmon Phone: (919) 349-8245 Email:   NC Governor Roy Cooper Inducted into the SAR (Raleigh, NC, April 16, 2018) On Wednesday, March 28, the North Carolina Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (NCSSAR) had the distinct privilege to induct North Carolina Governor Roy Asberry Cooper, III and […]

  • President’s Piece April 2017

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    My last month as President of the North Carolina SAR started off well when Julie and I travelled back to our USAF stomping grounds in Yorktown, VA on April 3 to participate in the Grand Opening of the Jamestown and American Revolution Settlement Museum at Yorktown.  With the help of Compatriots Dan Hopping and Jeff […]

  • SAR Patriot Ancestors

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    Patriot spotlight: Joseph Sharpe volunteered in Salisbury district

  • Patriot Grave Marking

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    PATRIOT grave marking scheduled for Saturday, 20 May 2017 at 11:00am for Patriot William McKee. Located in the Old Fourth Creek Burying Ground in Statesville, N.C.

  • “The Doctor” Visits RRHS

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    Mr. Chris Grimes, President of the Albemarle Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, recently portrayed a Revolutionary War era doctor to students of Roanoke Rapids High School during their “Power Period”. “Doctor Grimes”, assisted by Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson, explained some of the treatments for wounds suffered as well as various […]

  • NC SAR Attends the Battle of Great Bridge

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    NC SAR President Gary O. Green accompanied by members of the Alamance Battleground, Albemarle, Halifax Resolves, Lower Cape Fear, Mecklenburg and Patriot Isaac Carter Chapters attended the ceremonies at the Great Bridge Battlefield Memorial Park.  NSSAR President-General J. Michael Tomme was in attendance and posed with the NC SAR contingent in the group picture below.

  • Revolutionary War Muster Days at Halifax

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    The Albemarle and Halifax Resolves Chapters were co-sponsors of the Revolutionary War Muster Days in Halifax.  Albemarle Chapter President Chris Grimes along with some re-enactors demonstrated the loading and firing of Chris’s 2 pound cannon.  Chris acted as the Gun Captain directing all the activities as he explained what was happening to the public who […]

  • Samuel Johnston of Edenton

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    Samuel Johnston was born in Dundee, Scotland in 1733 and settled in NC in 1736. In 1754 he moved to Chowan Co. and established his home, Hayes Plantation, there. An early supporter of independence, he served on the Colonial Assembly’s Committee of Correspondence beginning in 1773 and was elected to the first four Provincial Congresses, […]