Daughters Of The American Revolution Lineage Books, 1890-1921
Are you a descendant of a a soldier, privateer or someone who rendered service during the American Revolution? The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) pride themselves on tracing their lineage back to an individual who assisted with the Revolutionary cause. Go directly to the record set here:
From the FindMyPast website we read:
With each result, you will be able to view the original lineage books published by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). The books include the names of DAR members, officers, and state regents. You will find the following information about your ancestor:
- Member’s name
- Birth place
- Spouse’s name
- Parents’ names
- Grandparents’ name
- Family lineage
- Description of your ancestor who participated in the American Revolutions
The DAR acknowledges those who signed the Declaration of Independence, veterans of the Revolutionary War, civil servants of the provisional or State governments, signers of the Oath of Allegiance or Oath of Fidelity and Support, participants in the Boston Tea Party, prisoners of war, refugees, doctors and nurses, as well as others who assisted the Revolutionary cause.
The records are presented as PDFs. This is different than our indexed records. We have provided some search tips here.
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