George Rogers Clark Chapter
Vincennes, Indiana

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Meetings Schedule

Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held in the Genealogical Library of the McGrady-Brockman Building at 614 N. 7th Street (corner of 7th and Hart across from the Knox County Public Library), Vincennes, IN.

  Saturday, 16 March 2019 1:30PM
  Saturday, 20 July 2019 1:30PM
  Saturday, 19 October 2019 1:30PM
    President:  Randy K. Helderman

    Vice President:  John R. Fish

    Secretary/Treasurer:  Robert P. Cunningham

    Registrar/Genealogist:  Edward E. Hitchcock

    Chaplain:  Dr. C. David Betzner

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Randy K. Helderman, newly installed George Rogers Clark Chapter President, is congratulated by Vice President John R. Fish upon receiving the SAR neck ribbon and SAR medal. Left to right: Robert P. Cunningham, Randy K. Helderman, John R. Fish. At the March 17, 2018 chapter meeting, Junior member, Colt Chapman-Hout, presented his poster “The Battle of Fort Sackville,” which was entered into the state Americanism Elementary School Poster Contest. Left to right: Robert Cunningham, Colt Chapman-Hout, John Fish.
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Chapter member Compatriot CAPT Paul E. Trejo, USN (Ret.) presented a program entitled “Spanish Involvement in the American Revolution” at the March 17, 2018 chapter meeting. New member Randy K. Helderman was installed at the January 20, 2018 chapter meeting. Left to right: Edward E. Hitchcock, Randy K. Helderman, Robert P. Cunningham.
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The March 2019 – March 2021 chapter officers were installed by Edward E. Hitchcock, Color Guard Vice Commander Southern District, on March 16, 2019. Left to right: Edward E. Hitchcock (Registrar/Genealogist); Robert P. Cunningham (Secretary/Treasurer); John R. Fish (Vice President); Randy K. Helderman (President); Dr. C. David Betzner (Chaplain). Chapter member Compatriot CAPT Paul E. Trejo, USN (Ret.) received the SAR War Service Medal at the March 18, 2017 chapter meeting for his service in the Navy in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.

An estimated 3,500 veterans of the American Revolution are buried in the State of Indiana. The Indiana Society Sons of the American Revolution has cataloged over 2,200 such graves and posted relative information at our on-line patriot graves registry.
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