General Andrew Lewis Chapter Meeting

Civil War Historian Matthew A Perry will be the featured speaker at  the Thursday, May 11, chapter meeting of the General Andrew Lewis Chapter.

Perry’s lecture will be “The Bloody Seventh: West Virginia’s Banner Regiment of the Civil War” which is based on his new book of the same title.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Enslow Park Presyberian Church, 1338 Enslow Blvd., Huntington.

All are invited. Refreshments will be served.

DAR Finder Form

A member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) may receive the SAR Appreciation Medal for referring at least five new SAR members.  The count will be maintained by use of the DAR Finder Form.  The form is provided here for your use.

WVSSAR chapters are encouraged to submit the DAR Finder Form with SAR applications when DAR members refer candidates for SAR membership.  For additional information, please contact Frank C. “Joe” Khare, WVSSAR DAR Liaison, at FrankK5600@aol.com or (304) 876-3817.

You can download a copy of the DAR Finder Form from HERE

General Andrew Lewis Chapter Meeting

WVSSAR President Bill Lester will be the featured speaker at the Thursday, March 9, meeting of the General Andrew Lewis Chapter. His topic will be Captain Ralph Stewart.

The meeting will start a 7 p.m. at the Enslow Park Presbyterian Church, 1338 Enslow Blvd., Huntington, W.V. 25701. Lester also will be inducting GAL officers for 2017.

General Andrew Lewis Chapter Meeting

Well-known Historian Karen Nance will be the featured speaker at the Thursday, May 12 meeting of the General Andrew Lewis Chapter. Nance’s topic will be “Slavery and the Underground Railroad in the Tri-State”.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Enslow Park Presbyterian Church,
1338 Enslow Blvd., Huntington, W.V.

Refreshments will the served and is open to the public.

General Andrew Lewis Chapter Meeting 10 Mar 2016

Marshall University Professor Phillip Rutherford will be the featured speaker at the Thursday, March 10 meeting of the General Andrew Lewis Chapter in Huntington.
His topic will be “Fighting Fare: American Servicemen and the Taste of War, 1941-1945”.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Enslow Park Presbyterian Church, 1338 Enslow Blvd. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited.

Compatriot “Woody” Williams featured in SAR Magazine

Compatriot Hershel Woody “Woody” Williams, who is a member of the Captain James Neal Chapter, West Virginia Society, Sons of the American Revolution, is featured in an article on page 12 of the February 2016 issue of The SAR Magazine. Compatriot “Woody” Williams was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by US President Harry Truman for his actions as a Marine during the Battle of Iwo Jima during February 1945.

You can read and download the February 2016 issue of The SAR Magazine featuring the article about Compatriot “Woody” Williams from HERE.