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This video, hosted on YouTube, highlights the vibrant, active organization the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is today.

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The Leonard’s Creek Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) welcomes you to visit one of our chapter meetings and learn more about our organization. We hope the information on our website will be helpful. Please contact us by email if you would like to visit a meeting or have any questions about membership or our projects.

William Lee Davidson, a Continental Army General, was a brave leader who sought to defend Nathanael Greene’s retreat from Lord Cornwallis’s surge across North Carolina. In 1781, Davidson and his troops stood against Cornwallis at Cowan’s Ford, but the British eventually broke the defense lines. Davidson died during the assault, and in honor of his gallantry, Davidson County was named after the American Revolutionary War hero.

Our chapter was organized on June 9, 2018, with 14 charter members. The meeting took place at the oldest home in Lexington, The Homestead. The home was built by Dr. William Rainey Holt (1798-1868) in 1836.

The Leonard’s Creek Chapter, NSDAR, is based in Lexington, N.C., which is the county seat of Davidson County. The town was named in honor of Lexington, Massachusetts, where in 1775 “the shot heard around the world” was fired.

Organizing Meeting Photo

Organizing Meeting
Photo Courtesy Leonard's Creek Chapter Archives


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