The Sons of the American Revolution was incorporated on January 17, 1890, in Connecticut and later chartered by the United States Congress on June 9, 1906.
The people, places and events in Virginia during the Revolutionary War played the pivotal role in bringing the war to a victorious conclusion in Yorktown. There are so many historic battles, places and cemeteries located across the"Old Dominion". We join together every month as chapters and compatriots to mark and honor the men, women and children who fought to bring freedom to our great country. We invite you to discover your own ancestry and history then become part of the SAR.
Gary L. Hall
Immediate Past President:
Secretary: Jeff Myers
Treasurer : Boyd V. Archer
Gary Lee Hall
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1. History of Our Flag.
2. Light Horse Harry Lee-Revolutionary War Officer-Father of Robert E. Lee.
3. John Randolph of Roanoke-Child of the Revolution-Antebellum Leader of States Rights.
4. Revolutionary Service of William Dove-Fairfax Militia; Served as Sailor and Marine aboard the Sloop Gen'l Washington.
Crossing of the Dan
Gary Lee Hall; Chairman
Michael F. Geisinger
Halifax County War Memorial Committee
Boyd V. Archer
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution:
Virginia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution:
Crossing of the Dan:
Crossing of the Dan Commemoration:
History of The Revolutionary War
from Mecklenburg to Halifax