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Fort Churchill, NSDAR

Fort Churchill, NSDAR, was organized in Fernley, Nevada, on October 06, 2012, by organizing regent Linda Garrett and twelve patriotic women. After a brief telephone call to National, we received affirmation that the Fort Churchill, NSDAR, had been confirmed. After the meeting we took time out to celebrate the 122nd birthday of DAR. Our regular meetings are held in Fernley, Nevada the first Saturday of each month from September through May.

About Fort Churchill

The chapter name, Fort Churchill, was adapted from the once active U.S. Army fort built in 1861 to provide protection for early settlers. The post was named Fort Churchill for Sylvester Churchill, Inspector General of the U.S. Army. Fort Churchill is located eight miles south of Silver Springs on Alternate U.S. 95, and one mile on Fort Churchill Road.

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Organizational Meeting

October 06 2012 Organizational Meeting

Back left to right; Historian Bonnie Rardin, Treasurer Kimberly Perryman, Registrar Lynn Kinsell, Secretary Lynda Freeman. Front left to right; Regent Linda Garrett, Chaplain Ruth Cramer, Vice-Regent Sue Gill.


2012 Rose Award

NSDAR Rose Award

In 2012 one of Rebecca Smythe Eisenman's projects as State Regent was to create and grow a small garden of heritage roses at the Sprague house in Goldfield, Nevada. The roses chosen are "antique" roses, cold hardy and drought resistant. These would have been available to Mrs. Sprague to plant in her garden of 1910. The bed for these was prepared in October 2011 and the roses were planted in early May to allow them time for their roots to settle in before the heat strikes. To celebrate this minor accomplishment, the second part of her project was to create a state member award called the "Nevada Rose Award". Linda Garrett was one of the first to receive a clipping of the heritage "antique" rose bush as the 2012 Fort Churchill, NSDAR, Rose Award recipient. These are her roses in 2018.

Our Patriots

  • CAPT Captain
  • CPL Corporal
  • CS Civil Service
  • ENS Ensign
  • LCOL Lieutenant Colonel
  • LT Lieutenant
  • MAJ Major
  • PS Patriotic Service
  • PVT Private
  • SGT Sergeant
  • SOL Soldier
  • STAFFOFF Staff Officer

CONNECTICUT

  • Elijah Towner, PVT PS
  • Joseph Jennings, SOL
  • Joseph Sanford, PVT
  • Nathaniel Cary, SR, SGT

DELAWARE

  • John Clifton, PVT

MASSACHUSETTS

  • Benjamin Wallace 1st LT
  • John Lombard, PVT
  • John Ramsdell, SGT
  • Joseph Crocker, PS
  • Peter Colbeth, PVT
  • Seth Lewis Hamlin, PVT
  • Theophilus Wilder, JR, PS, CAPT

NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • Abijah Perry, PVT
  • Ebenezer Perry, PS
  • James Ferguson, PVT
  • John Dale, SR, CS PS
  • Joseph Holt, CS PS
  • Joseph Holt, SR, PS
  • Robert Upton, SGT

NEW JERSEY

  • William Chapman, PVT

NEW YORK

  • Asahel Alford
  • Daniel Dennison, SGT
  • Johnathan Ingersoll, PVT
  • Pettit Baxter, PVT
  • Samuel Newman, PVT
  • Johnathan Ingersoll, PVT

NORTH CAROLINA

  • Jesse Dillon, PS
  • John Stokes, PVT
  • William Williams, PVT

PENNSYLVANIA

  • Daniel McFarland, COL
  • Job Harvey, LT
  • Lawrence Fix, JR, PVT
  • Nathan Sellers, PVT
  • Patrick Anderson, CAPT PS
  • George McGungle, PVT
  • Jacob Zollinger

RHODE ISLAND

  • Jonathan Peckham, PVT

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • Abijah Rembert, PS
  • George Pettigrew, PVT & PS

VIRGINIA

  • Edmond League, SGT
  • Henry Yoho, PVT & PS
  • John Vivian, PS
  • Samuel Ferguson, ENS & PS
  • Shadrach Pearson, PVT & PS

2022-2024 Officers

Elizabeth Bush-Ivie

Regent

Sue Gill

Vice-Regent

Linda Garrett

Chaplain

Lynda Freeman

Secretary

Bonnie Rardin

Treasurer

Louita Berry

Registrar

Sue Gill

Historian

Elizabeth Bush-Ivie

Librarian