Welcome to the Deborah Avery Putnam Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
If you are visiting this site, you may already be a Daughter, or maybe you want to become a Daughter! What better way to honor our heritage and the freedoms we enjoy, than to belong to a group dedicated to preserving what makes our country so great! We hope you will join us as we celebrate the past, actively participate in the present, and work to pass along this great tradition to future generations.
The Deborah Avery Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in Plainfield, Connecticut on April 9, 2011. The chapter was named for Deborah Lothrop Avery, who married Israel Putnam in 1767. Current members come from all over Connecticut and the United States.
Promoting education, patriotism, and historic preservation.
Who are our DAR members?
We are women who come from diverse backgrounds and hold a variety of interests. Our common bond is our lineal descent from patriots of the American Revolution – ANY woman, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who can prove her lineage is eligible to join.
We are women who…
- care about fostering good citizenship
- want to honor their ancestors
- are devoted to educating our youth
- want to preserve our past for future generations
If you are interested in joining the DAR, please email membership and we will contact you.