Appleton Chapter

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Appleton, Wisconsin
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Welcome to Appleton Chapter
Daughters of the American Revolution!

Appleton Chapter was organized April 26, 1921, under the direction of organizing regent, Mrs. John P. Engel.
 

Real Daughters buried in Wisconsin


"Real Daughters" are the actual daughters of Patriots who served our country during the American Revolution.

Hannah Mudge Marble (Mrs. Ephraim Marble), born 1799 in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, died 1883 in Appleton. Her grave is in Riverside Cemetery, Appleton and was marked by the Appleton Chapter October 26, 1934. She was the daughter of Stephen Mudge, who served as a private in Massachusetts. He was born about 1758 in Connecticut, and died sometime after 1802 in New York. He was married to Nancy Stone.

On September 25, 1976, Appleton Chapter marked the grave of Real Daughter Calphurnia Chase Bennett, (Mrs. Phil S. Bennett). She was born in 1817 in Ontario NY and died August 1887 in Appleton, Wisconsin. She was married to Rev. P. S. Bennett in 1825.
 

 

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Last updated on January 17, 2011