General William Lee Davidson Chapter

Nashville, Tennessee




Chapter Officers


Chapter History






"God, Home, and Country"












Welcome to the General William Lee Davidson Chapter

Daughters of the American Revolution,  Nashville, Tennessee. 


Our chapter was organized November 5, 1948, and we are celebrating 62 years of service.  The goal of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is to preserve the memory of those men and women who fought or gave service in the cause of freedom and independence during the American Revolutionary War.


The DAR objectives are historic preservation, patriotism, and education, and our motto is, "God, Home, and Country."


Membership in the DAR honors your patriot ancestor and preserves your patriot's legacy.  As a member of DAR, you, too, can continue the legacy of those who dreamed of the country we all celebrate today.   


Please take time to explore our web site and learn more about our chapter.  As proud members of the DAR,  we invite you to visit our chapter.  We would love to have you join us. 


Today's DAR

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service programs and members who make the DAR so special and worthwhile.


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