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Fort LeBoeuf Chapter

Replica of old Fort LeBeouf Blockhouse placed Fort LeBeouf
Bronze plate marking well sweep of old fort (honor Mrs. Hunter)
George Washington (21 years) statute from PA Historical Society

Kanoagoa Chapter

Boulder Marker – Indian Village of Cornplanter Tribe
Hunter Memorial Library Genealogical section dedicated- National President Mrs. Lillian Hunter

Kus-Kus-Ka Chapter

Memorial Tablets on bridge near New Castle – local Indian Tribe

David McKee Chapter

Adam Saam marker served 6 ˝ years French and Indian War

Digges Choice Chapter

Bronze Roadside Marker – John Digges' House

Manor of Maske Chapter

2 Historic Markers showing boundaries Manor of Maske “East/West”

Miquon Chapter

Placing colonial type fixtures old St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church -
memorial to Mrs. Arthur Underwood
Grave Marker early settler Mr./Mrs. Christian Rohr -Rohrsburg

Rocky Spring Chapter

Historical Marker – Colonel Joseph Armstrong- site was his home a ranging station in 1757 for troops in French and Indian War and Pontiac's War 1763-1764

Memorial Tree planted at Rocky Spring Church 1738 – memory of
Mrs. Margaret Bryan, a loyal chapter member
Memorial Paver- Mrs. Thomas Burkey- Col Benjamin Chambers Park

Springettsbury Manor Chapter

Historical Marker explaining its origin

The Barrens Chapter

Grave Marker of Organizing Regent, Mrs. Byron R. McClung, Stewartstown Cemetery

The Peach Bottom Chapter

Historical Marker – History of area's quarrying (Mason-Dixon line)

Three Rivers Chapter

Placed Grave Markers of William/Nancy Ayers (first settlers in Potter County) and Peter Asylum, only Negro slave living in Potter County – located Ayers Cemetery in Potter County

William Penn Chapter

Bronze plague on “Trevase”, an old house built by Joseph Growden. one of first purchasers from William Penn Marker- Pennypack Church, founded 1688 Marker- Water Wheel Inn, Doylestown – original grist mill built by John Dyer in 1714 Mrs. Fred Eaton 1935 – 1938 administration Share of Penn's Manor Room restoration at Pennsbury, Bucks County 5 Jacobean Side Chairs