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Beulah Patterson Brown Chapter

National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

Newark Valley, New York

The Beulah Patterson Brown Chapter, NSDAR, was organized on April 13, 1917, in Newark Valley, New York. Beulah Patterson Brown was a pioneer woman and the widow of Revolutionary War Captain Abraham Brown of Stockbridge, Massachusetts, who died in 1777.  She came with her five sons in 1796 to Newark Valley, "Land of Promise," as one of sixty proprietors of the Boston Purchase.  She gave land and helped to organize the first church in Tioga County.  

The Beulah Patterson Brown Chapter currently has 35 members.  Meetings take place on the second Saturday of the month at 1:00 P.M. from September to December and from March to June.

For membership information, please contact Nancy Ward Riggs



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