Welcome to the

Colonel David Hall Chapter

Lewes, Delaware

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

“God, Home, and Country”

The Maull House

Lewes, Delaware

The Chapter name honors Colonel David Hall who was born in Lewes, Delaware, in 1752.  He commanded the celebrated “Delaware Line” in the American Revolution, and was known for feats of bravery and strength.  He was also known as  “The Indian Fighter.”

Current Officers 2007-2010

Peggy Baunchalk, Regent


Dr. Gloria Lester, Vice Regent

Jane Patchell, Chaplain

Catherine D. Cofrancesco, Recording Secretary

       Jane Starr, Corresponding Secretary

Denise Clemons, Treasurer

Mary E. Nickle Casseday, Registrar

Bessie Shockley, Historian

Kathy Lindemer, Librarian

Chapter meetings are held on a Saturday in the months of September, October, January, March, April, and May.  For information on membership in Col. David Hall Chapter of the NSDAR for any female who is eighteen or older contact the Registrar or Regent.
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This page was created by Christina and Kathy Lindemer.  Last updated January 7, 2009.