Ancestors - Chief Colbert Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution
Chief Colbert Chapter
Tuscumbia, Alabama


Special Chapter Events



NSDAR, The Junior American Citizens Committee Recognizes Chief Colbert Chapter for Highest Merit Outstanding Chapter Achievement.

Vickie Presley, Al. State JAC Committee Chairman, Betty Ford, Chief Colbert Regent, and Verna Brennan, Chief Colbert JAC Committee Chairman


Rowena Kilgoar is pictured with two of the Native Americans who performed for the children's educational and cultural exchange day.


In September, 2007, Chief Colbert Chapter and Tuscumbia Chapter #201, UDC, joined to host the Hospitality Booth for the "Oka Kapassa/Return to Coldwater Festival".

Pictured are Faye Perry and Robert Perry, Chickasaw Historical Society, Betty Ford, Chief Colbert Regent and Sarah Brennerman, Chapter Chair of National Committee American Indians.


The Chickasaw Historical Society had a booth at the Coldwater Festival to assist anyone interested in pursuing their Chickasaw heritage. Representing the society was Faye Perry and her husband Robert Perry, a tribal storyteller. Faye is a member of the Chimney Hill Chapter , Oklahoma Society DAR, in Ada, Ok. She presented the Chief Colbert Chapter with a set of 10 volumes of the "Journal of Chickasaw History" which had references to the Chief Colbert's, the Chickasaw namesakes of our chapter.

Native American Dancer and Jr. Member Aleah Fuller at Hospitality Booth Oka Kapasso Festival 9/2008



Chapter Centennial Tea Picture

The Winston Home in Tuscumbia was the perfect setting for the chapter centennial tea on Saturday, November 17, 2007. The home was beautifully decorated and delicious refreshments were served to the many distinguished guests attending during the afternoon. We were delighted that Shelby Ward, Alabama State Regent, and other state officers and chairman were in attendance. Also honored on this occasion was our 50-year member, Mrs. Margaret McNeese.

Shelby Ward, Alabama State Regent and Margaret McNeese 50-year member of Chief Colbert Chapter, at centennial tea.


This beautiful Queen Anne Victorian house in Tuscumbia, pictured here in 1903, was the site of the organizational meeting, November 19, 1907, of the Chief Colbert Chapter. It was the home of Congressman and Mrs. Archie Hill Carmichael, Sr. (the former Anne Suggs) was one of the twenty-six charter members of the Chief Colbert. The home has been carefully renovated and is still lived in by descendents.

Annie King Delony (Mrs. J. E.) Charter member and First Regent Chief Colbert Chapter, organized November 19, 1907.


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