The Sons of the American Revolution
is a historic, educational and patriot
non-profit organization dedicated to
the advancement of our ancestors
struggle for American Independence.
The Wiregrass Chapter SAR
participates in and organizes many
educational and patriotic programs for
schools and civic organizations.
The chapter has developed a program
to locate, mark and catalog the graves
of soldiers of the American Revolution
buried in Southeast Alabama. Take the
Patriot Graves link on this site to view
the names, location and pictures of the
known Patriots buried in the Wiregrass.
Below: Installed marker for Patriot William
Harrison Sr. Kinston, Alabama.
October 22, 2005
Two new members were inducted at the March meeting
|Wiregrass Chapter members L to R Bruce Taylor, Andy Spann and Rex Everage
clear away undergrowth from the marker of Jeremiah Dixon deep in Covington
County April 22, 2006. See more photos and information on the Patriot Graves
page for Jeremiah Dixon and John Liles.
Wreath Laying at 225th Battle of Cowpens
Members of the Wiregrass Chapter along with
other members of the Alabama Society took
part on the wreath laying at the William
Washington monument on the Cowpens SC
battle field January 15, 2006.
Sons of the American Revolution
|Wiregrass Chapter Sons of the American Revolution
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