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IS THERE A LINEAGE GROUP WHICH YOU
ARE QUALIFIED TO JOIN?
  CHANCES ARE THERE ARE SEVERAL.
             HAVE A LOOK AT THE FOLLOWIING LIST TO
GET STARTED, AND I WILL BE ADDING
MORE AS THEY COME TO MY ATTENTION.

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National Society United States Daughters of 1812

jeanbelew@bigfoot.com

National Society United States Daughters of 1812

500 Mount Pleasant Road N. E

Fairmount, GA 30139-3406

(770) 382-6676

Admission to membership in the National Society is by invitation

after an affirmative vote by the chapter or state society.

Applicants shall have the endorsement of two members in good standing

to whom the applicant is personally known.

Membership is available to women age eighteen and over who can offer satisfactory proof

that they are lineal descendants of an ancestor who, during the period of

1784-1815 inclusive, rendered civil, military, or naval service to our country,

rendered material aid to the U.S. Army or Navy, or who participated

in the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Junior membership is available to girls and boys from birth through age 21.

Young women between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five are known as

Flora Adams Darling Daughters in honor of the Society's first president.

Service may be, but not limited to the following:

a. Those who signed the Oath of Allegiance or the Loyalty Test.

b. All state, county and town officials and also jurors.

c. A member of the Continental or Federal Congress, or a member of

a State Assembly or Legislature of one of the first eighteen states.

d. A delegate to the convention which framed The Constitution of the United States.

e. A member of a State Convention which ratified The Constitution of the United States.

f. An elector of one of the first four Presidents of the United States.

g. A legislative, executive or judicial officer of the United States of America,

including such appointive officers as Treaty Commissioners, Territorial Officers, etc.

Military or Naval Service in any of the following insurrections or wars:

1. Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, 1784-1787. (A local disturbance

between settlers from Connecticut and Pennsylvania in said valley.)

2. Shay’s Rebellion, Massachusetts, 1786-1787. (Local, grew out of burdensome

taxation. Confined to and suppressed by militia of the State of Massachusetts.)

3. Wars with Indians, 1784-1815.

4. Whiskey Insurrection, Pennsylvania, 1794. (Local, arose in consequence of

certain taxes on domestic spirits. Suppressed by the authority of the United States.)

5. War with France (Undeclared), 1798-1800. (Naval, carried on

by the United States through its Navy and privateers.)

6. Sabine Expedition, Louisiana, 1806.

7. Attack of British warship Leopard upon the United States frigate Chesapeake.

(Disturbance growing out of attack of the British warship Leopard on the

American frigate Chesapeake, as the result of the British claim to the right

to search. The attack occurred at sea off Hampton Roads, Virginia.

The militia was called out by the authority of the President.)

8. Embargo troubles, - Lake Champlain, 1808.

9. Engagement between United States frigate President and the

British ship Little Belt. (An engagement on the Atlantic, off the southern coast

of the United States, resulting from the British claim of right to search.)

10. Expedition against Lafitte Pirates, 1814. (Local, conducted by the

authority of the United States.).

11. Wars with the Barbary Powers, 1801-5 and 1815. (Conducted by the

authority of the United States through its Navy on the northern coast of Africa.)

12. War with Great Britain, 1812-1815. (General, covering nearly the

entire territory of the United States, especially the seaboard.)

13. The Creek War, 4 October 1814 to 24 January 1815. (Local, but

conducted by the authority of the United States.)

14. Lafitte Aides to General Andrew Jackson.

15. Local or state militia service, 1784-1815, or giving material aid to

the Army and Navy. 16. Member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-6.

(Military exploring expedition to find land route to the Pacific Ocean.)

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National Society Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co.


nbcobos@verizonmail.com

National Society Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co.

49 Carriage Hills Drive

Windham, ME 04062-4927

Membership is available to any woman over the age of eighteen years,

who is lineally descended from a member of the Ancient and Honorable

Artillery Company of Massachusetts, between the years 1637 and 1774,

provided she is acceptable to the National Board of Management.

Membership is by invitation only.

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New England Society in the City of New York

New England Society in the City of New York

122 East 58th Street

New York, NY 10022

212-752-1938

Applicants for membership must be either of New England ancestry,

have attended a New England school or college,

or have part or full-time residence in New England.

Applicants must be at least eighteen years old,

and a Proposer and Seconder are necessary.

Membership is by invitation only.

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Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry


dcsmith@hesenergy.net

Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry

Post Office Box 339

426 South Main Street

Pembroke, KY 42266-0339

Membership is restricted to individual, age eighteen or over,

of good moral character and reputation,

provided he or she proves his or her descent from an immigrant American ancestor

who was a settler in one of the thirteen original Colonies uniting to form

the United States of America or in the United States who had

a proved right to bear arms in the country of his or her origin.

Membership is by invitation only.

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Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America

 

Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America

Post Office Box 269

Roxbury, CT 06783

Men and women who are supposed to be lineally descended

in either the male or female line from a recognized

Patroon, Seigneur, or Lord of a Manor of New Netherland,

or of the Province of New York,

or a similar system of colonial landholding

in any other of the original colonies,

and who are invited to join, may be eligible for membership.

Membership is by invitation only.

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Order of Descendants of Ancient Planters


tissot@cox.net

Order of Descendants of Ancient Planters

109 Southern Hills Drive

New Bern, NC 28562

252-633-9069

Membership is limited to descendants of Ancient Planters,

defined as "those persons who arrived in Virginia before 1616,

remained for a period of three years, paid their passage,

and survived the massacre of 1624.

They received the first patents of land in the New World as authorized

by Sir Thomas Dale in 1618 for their personal adventure.

Persons unknown to members of the Society may submit the name of

their ancestor with a letter of endorsement.

An invitation may then be issued. An invitation is valid for one year

from the date it is issued.

Persons under the age of twenty-one may become Junior Members

upon the approval of application papers and payment of application fee.

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