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Re: Finding proof
Posted by: Sherry Marshall (ID *****8530) Date: June 03, 2011 at 07:26:33
In Reply to: Re: Finding proof by C of 18094

Thank you for the information.

Odd as it may sound DAR does not care about its chapter's information, its own markers, etc.

I did not want a battle with them.I also think $75.00/supplemental is a bit steep. I had 9 supplementals at $25.00/each.

Thomas Hunstable, Mason, was the only person of that name in Boston or anywhere else in the colonies. His father, Samuel, rang the bells at the church where the 'Tea Party' group met prior to the fun.(Town Records) He resigned as a fireman when Bristish troops told control of Boston. (Town Records)He later build scrows for General Nathaniel Greene for troop transport across the Connecicut River.

I was told DAR only accepts the eighty-yesr-old's list and men he recalled being there even though it included Paul Revere who was known NOT to be in Boston at the time. DAR told other people other things.

I am still a member of DAR and I was very active for 15 years. It was fun and I learned a lot, which may be a problem.


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