Welcome to the Sibbil Dwight Kent Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. The National Society, formed in 1890, celebrates 125 years of service to America, locally, nationally and globally, and has registered over 950,000 members since its inception.
Our Chapter was organized on June 10, 1896. We are a group of active women who not only share a common heritage in a Revolutionary War ancestor, but also believe in being involved in the communities in which we live. As a non-profit service organization, our mission is to promote historic preservation, to support educational programs and to promote patriotism among our youth, our members, and within our communities. Watch some of the videos on this page to see what we are about....
Who Can Join?
Any woman 18 years or older, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who can prove her lineal, bloodline descent from a patriot who gave aid or was a soldier in the American Revolution, is eligible for membership in the National Society.
Not Sure Where To Start?
You can start by looking at the information on the National Society's page on "How to Join" by clicking here. Our chapter members can help you through the entire process. Click on the "Membership" button at the top of the page to get started.