DAP 1895-2010 History

The original Deborah Avery Putnam Chapter was organized in Plainfield and Moosup on May 8, 1895; this chapter was dissolved in April 2010.

Regent, Miss Annie L. Tillinghast
First Vice Regent, Mrs. Mary F. Loringarticle about the start of DAP
Second Vice Regent, Mrs. George G. Chipman
Secretary, Mrs. E. H. Lillibridge
Treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Gallup
Registrar, Mrs. J. M. Andrews
Historian, Mrs. W. D. Rouse

1896:
Regent, Miss Annie L. Tillinghast
First Vice Regent, Mrs. Mary F. Loring
Second Vice Regent, Mrs. George G. Chipman
Secretary, Mrs. E. H. Lillibridge
Treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Gallup
Registrar, Mrs. J. M. Andrews
Historian, Mrs. W. D. Rouse

1901: Members- 25
Regent, Mrs. Julia M. H. Andrews
First Vice Regent, Mrs. Isabell Kingley
Second Vice Regent, Mrs. Sarah Dyer
Secretary, Mrs. Geo. Loring
Treasurer, Mrs. Floyd Cranska
Registrar, Miss Martha Eaton
Historian, Mrs. Luther Eaton

1904: Members- 25
Regent, Mrs. John E. Vaughn
First Vice Regent, Mrs. W. W. Adams
Second Vice Regent, Miss Martha Eaton
Secretary, Miss Annie L. Tillinghast
Treasurer, Mrs. Henry A. Young
Registrar, Mrs. J. M. Andrews
Historian, Mrs. Charles E. Barber

Links to publications and history of original chapter:

Chapter Sketches, Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution
Deborah Avery Putnam Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution: Plainfield, Connecticut, 1934-1935
Proceedings of the Continental Congress: By Daughters of the American Revolution
 
 
Plaque at Old Plainfield Cemetery