The John Sargent home in Stockbridge, MA which is the home of one of our members. The home is also called Mission House since he was a missionary bringing Christianity to the Mohicans. The Mohicans later fought in the American Revolution


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Washington Elm Society

National Society Children of the American Revolution

Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ


HISTORY of the

WASHINGTON ELM SOCIETY

Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ

Organized February 2, 1961 by Gladys Ogburn

six organizing members were Candy Dwyer, Billy and Richard Ogburn, Susan Redeke, David Cutbertson and Judy Westerhoff. Gladys Ogburn was the first Senior Society President.

Parent Organization Saddle River Chapter

Senior Society Presidents: Suzanne Heister, Mr. Amundson, Elizabeth Taylor and others

Became inactive 1982

Re-activated Dec 1996

Senior Society Presidents: Diane Gallo, Elizabeth Taylor,

Marilyn Vetter, Debi Pallien, Emily Carlin

For additional information please contact Senior President, Emily Carlin

For membership information please contact Senior Registrar Emily Carlin