Susannah Lee Barlow Chapter DAR LOGO Susannah Lee Barlow

Susannah Lee was born in Charleston, South Carolina, March 17, 1791. She was the daughter of Captain William Lee, born in Ireland, and a Revolutionary War hero. Her mother was Susannah Chaffing.

Shortly after the close of the Revolutionary War, Susannah's father and mother moved to Kentucky and then later to the Indiana frontier where she met and married Samuel Kimbrough Barlow in 1820. To this union four sons and two daughters were born.  In the spring of 1845, when Susannah was 54 years old, the Barlow family left for the Oregon Territory. They arrived in Oregon City on December 25, 1845.  Susannah Lee Barlow died on December 24, 1852. 

The Susannah Lee Barlow Chapter was established on April 22, 1918. The first chapter regents were Mrs. E. E. Brodies from March to May, 1918 and Mrs. George A. Harding from 1918-1919. 

We currently meet at 10:30am on the Third Saturday morning of each month (September through April) in Beavercreek Telephone Company’s conference room, 15223 S. Henrici Rd., Oregon City, OR, 97045.


Our Officers

Regent Phyllis Hines
Vice Regent Pat Schonbachler
Chaplain Erin Harrison
Secretary Delores Christensen
Treasurer Sheryl Daron
Registrar DeAnna Way
Historian Andrea Stoddard

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DAR's Objectives

To help preserve the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved American independence, and to foster patriotic citizenship, love of our country, and respect for our flag and Constitution.


If you are 18 or over, have a Revolutionary ancestor, and can document your descendancy, we are happy to help you with your application for membership.  For information about membership or joining us for a chapter meeting, please Contact us.

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