The Enoch Crosby Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution extends a warm welcome to our website.

Founded in 1926 in Carmel, Putnam County, New York, our chapter has a long history of community and patriotic service. 

Who was Enoch Crosby?
Our chapter is named in honor of Enoch Crosby, the soldier and "spy" whose feats during the Revolutionary War in Westchester and Putnam counties, "the neutral zone", were thought to inspire James Fenimore Cooper's The Spy.

Mission and Activities of the Enoch Crosby Chapter
See our Chapter Profile page for more information about our chapter and its recent activities.

By joining DAR we honor our patriot ancestors. Our object is the same as the National Society ...."to perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence."  We do this with historic preservation, promotion of education and patriotic endeavor.  To learn more about "Today's DAR" click here.

Requirements for joining the DAR are outlined on our membership page.  Members of our chapter will be happy to help you with your research and answer your questions.

If you would like to join us for a chapter meeting or would like more information about DAR or our chapter, please contact Jennifer Pollack, Chapter Regent.  She would love to hear from you.  If you have questions regarding genealogy, please contact Dorothy Buick, Registrar.

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    This site was updated 01/12/2015

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