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I always wondered why no one had ever joined the DAR under him as he was fairly well known to have served and still has HULET/HULETT descendants in the Bennington county area.

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Glancing down through the list I discovered the newest title, having just become available as of December 19th, - Yippee! We have been hearing rumors that the NYS Health Department, Vital Records, Death Index was expected to be made available online in the future.

I have written about this in a previous blog post and you will see three major articles that I have written about the NYS Vital Records at the top right hand side of my blog here at com/blog 1963 is the current 50 year limit that we must wait to look at the death record index.

The objects of the Society as stated in the Constitution are: “To perpetuate the patriotic spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence; to commemorate prominent events connected with the War of the Revolution; to collect, publish and preserve the rolls, records and historic documents relating to that period; to encourage the study of the country’s history, and to promote sentiments of friendship and common interest among the members of the Society.” © This work is the property of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Society Daughter of the Revolution and Its Objects (cover) The North Carolina Booklet Great Events in North Carolina History (title page) The North Carolina Booklet Mrs. Aaron was a pensioner and his wife, Cynthia (HOPKINS) HULET (1775-1860) also received a widow’s pension.

It may be used freely by individuals for research, teaching and personal use as long as this statement of availability is included in the text. I have visited their graves several times in an abandoned cemetery in Shaftsbury known as the Little Rhody cemetery, as many of the early families, mostly MATTISIONs, were from Rhode Island.

This rule, clearly stated at time of organization, has been rigidly observed, and the Society is justly proud of its membership, representing as it does the direct descendants of soldiers and statesmen of the Revolution.

The distinctive feature of the government of the Society is its system of State Societies and local Chapters; the officers and Board of Managers of the General Society have entire superintendence and management of the whole organization, while subject to this oversight, State Societies regulate and direct their own affairs.

Here is an excerpt from the North Carolina Chapter in 1906 that states the full scope of the society.

The Society “Daughters of the Revolution” was founded by Mrs.

If you do not then you are missing out on one of the largest collections of printed works that will lead to clues for historians and genealogists.

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