Hannah Goddard Chapter
Brookline, Massachusetts


Welcome to the website of the Hannah Goddard Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR). Our chapter was organized on May 14, 1896.

We are a group of women who vary in ages from eighteen to ninety plus. 

We welcome new members.


Massachusetts Daughters of the American Revolution


Holly Blair
Massachusetts State Regent


Theme:  "Together We Light the Path."

Scripture: "Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path."

Psalm 119:105
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution


Ann Turner Dillon
President General


Theme: "Moving Forward in Service to America!"

Scripture:  “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.”

Jeremiah 6:16 (NIV)
DAR

OBJECTIVES
Historic Preservation


Education


Patriotism
LINKS

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If you are interested in joining our chapter or learning more about what we do, please contact us.

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This page was last updated: November 11, 2016
Web hyperlinks to non-DAR sites are not the responsibility of the NSDAR, the state organizations, or individual DAR chapters.
Leslie Heke, Hannah Goddard Chapter Regent
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This page was last updated: November 11, 2016
HANNAH GODDARD CHAPTER-
THE ORIGIN OF OUR CHAPTER’S NAME

           Hannah Goddard was the patriot wife of Brookline’s John Goddard.

On August 9, 1775, John Goddard was appointed wagon master general by the Commander in Chief, George Washington, while he was headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

In this capacity, John Goddard was responsible for 300 wagon master teams during the Battle of Bunker Hill and the brilliant overnight fortification of the Dorchester Heights that forced the British to evacuate Boston on March 17, 1776.

















                                               
Ellen Chase,               Organizing Regent 
The Goddard Farm was the home of Hannah and John Goddard.  It was built by John Goddard in 1767.