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|CHAPTER and MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION|
|HISTORY ORGANIZATION OF CHAPTER
The Captain James Currin Chapter was confirmed by the NSDAR National Board of Management on July 7, 2001, with 25 charter members. The chapter held its organizational meeting on May 20, 2001 at the EMS Building in Creedmoor,
North Carolina. Chapter officers were installed by Mrs. Richard A. Boyd, State Regent. Mildred Goss was the chapter's organizing regent. Carolyn Coordes was the State Organizing Secretary and an invaluable asset in helping the chapter charter.
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|HISTORY OF THE NAMING OF OUR
Captain James Currin was born about 1727 in Virginia. He and his wife Elizabeth migrated to Granville County, NC, in 1765, where he worked as a blacksmith and ran an ordinary. James Currin served during the American Revolutionary War as Captain of the Granville County Militia.
The Chapter meets at 7:00 PM the second Tuesday each month, January - December at a location between Butner and Creedmoor, NC.
For membership information to join our chapter, please send an e-mail to the Captain James Currin Chapter (Click HERE).
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