Sons of the American Revolution
The official website of the alabama society
About the Chapter:
The Chapter is named in honor of General John Archer Elmore who served as a military officer in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. General Elmore was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia on 21 August 1762 to Archelaus Elmore and Susannah Morris. He joined the Continental Army while still a youth and served in the Virginia Line under Nathanael Greene. Elmore was with Green in his tour through the Carolinas, and was present at the Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown.
After the war, he settled in Laurens District, South Carolina, where he was elected to the State Legislature. In 1819, he moved to Autauga, Alabama, where he was again elected as a State Legislator and served there until his death in 1834. Autauga was renamed Elmore County in his honor.
The chapter meets for dinner at the Islamorada Restaurant Lodge Room located as part of the Bass Pro Shop, 2553 Rocky Mount Road, Prattville, on the second Tuesday of the months of Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct and Nov). In December we have an evening banquet with the installation of new officers and presentation of chapter awards. Join us for dinner at 6:00 followed by the meeting starting at 7:00 pm.
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