The Elizabeth Campbell Russell Chapter NSDAR
Last updated: March 15, 2018
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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Central City, Kentucky
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Listed here are the patriot names, state of service, and rank for the members' ancestors of the Elizabeth Campbell Russell Chapter NSDAR (from previous to current members). Our chapter will forever be indebted to these and other patriots for their unyielding sacrifice and their commitment to the cause of American independence.
As we remember their sacrifice, let us also remember the words of George Washington as he too acknowledged the sacrifice and what he was asking of these great patriots, while at the same time, encouraging his men to re-enlist to help ensure a victory in the fight for freedom ...
"My brave fellows, you have done all I asked you to do, and more than can be reasonably expected; but your country is at stake, your wives, your houses and all that you hold dear. You have worn yourselves out with fatigues and hardships, but we know not how to spare you. If you will consent to stay one month longer, you will render that service to the cause of liberty, and to your country, which you probably can never do under any other circumstances." WASHINGTON, ENCOURAGING HIS MEN TO RE-ENLIST IN THE ARMY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1776.
Each member of The Elizabeth Campbell Russell Chapter NSDAR has proven their direct lineage to a patriot who served during the conflict of the American Revolutionary War. The National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) recognizes a patriot, as anyone who gave aid through military, civil, or patriotic service. If you believe you have a patriot in your family tree, we welcome the opportunity to assist you in establishing your documentation of proof necessary to join this great organization and become a member of our chapter. To learn more contact our chapter Registrar.
The Muhlenberg Courthouse proudly displays a marker which depicts the names of the Revolutionary War soldiers who settled in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Many of these patriots are buried in Muhlenberg County.
Frankfort Cemetery in Frankfort, Kentucky, has dedicated an area in their cemetery as a DAR lot where some patriots are buried or memorialized.