The Alexander Hamilton Chapter, Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution, was chartered in 2009. The chapter is located in and serves the greater Georgetown, Texas area. We have members of all ages. We would like to help you become a member.
Our chapter meetings are open to everyone, including your family and friends. We encourage you to attend, meet our compatriots and enjoy our guest speakers. We can answer your questions about membership and help you find your patriot ancestor.
Click on our namesake below to find the next scheduled meeting. We look forward to meeting you!
The Alexander Hamilton Chapter counts members whose Patriot Ancestors were from all walks of life. Most of our ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War were hard working farmers who were good with a plow and a rifle. And others were everyday merchant sailors who became war time sailors, gunners and marines.
In accordance with our charter, we are involved with activities that foster Patriotism, and correctness in American history, belief in liberty, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, an independent Supreme Court and “One Nation Under God”. We want to unite and promote fellowship among the descendants of the Patriots of the Revolution and to inspire the community at large to have reverence for the principles of the government founded by our forefathers. We encourage historical research in relation to the American Revolution. Every effort is made to acquire and preserve the records of service of the patriots of the war, as well as documents, relics and landmarks. We celebrate the anniversary of the prominent events of the war and of the Revolutionary period. We hope to foster patriotism and maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom and carry out the purposes expressed in the Preamble of the Constitution and the injunctions of General George Washington’s Farewell Address.
For historical perspective see the Revolutionary War: Animated Battle Map here Produced by the American Battlefield Trust.