Monmouth Chapter

New Jersey Society, Sons of the American Revolution

Serving the Monmouth County area




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New Jersey Society, Sons of the American Revolution



The Monmouth Chapter of the New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution was founded in 1913. The Chapter meets regularly to conduct business, plan projects, and listen to lectures of interest.

The objects of the Society are:

Patriotic. To perpetuate the memory and spirit of those who achieved American Independence by promoting unity and fellowship among their descendants; inspiring the community at large with a reverence for the principles of the government founded by our forefather; to encourage the celebration of all patriotic anniversaries and to foster true patriotism and love for our country.

Historical. To acquire and preserve historic sites, records documents and relics, erect monuments and encourage research in relation to the American Revolution.

Education. To maintain and promote institutions for the diffusion of knowledge, affording to everyone the advantage to develop into good American citizens.

If you're interested in learning more, please attend one of our meetings! Members can provide advice and guidance on the joining process.

The Monmouth Chapter's 2020 meetings:



Monmouth Chapter NJSSAR Officers:

President: Arthur Edward Glidden

Point of Contact: Clark D. McCullough

Technical/Webmaster: Andy Kraus