National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Sarah Treat Prudden Chapter

Jackson, Michigan

Sarah Treat Prudden Chapter was organized June 17, 1913, at the home of its first Regent, Marion Van Epps Selden Clancey (Mrs. James H. Clancey).


The Charter was presented in June, 1914, with thirty members enrolled as Charter members.


The name of Sarah Treat Prudden, wife of Captain Fletcher Prudden and great-granddaughter of Governor Robert Treat who presided over the Charter Oak Assembly, was chosen.  Perhaps this was because two-thirds of the members traced their ancestry to a Connecticut Patriot.


Helen Prudden Cady (Mrs. G.V.L. Cady), a devoted organizing member, was a descendant of Sarah Treat Prudden.


Our Chapter has monthly meetings except in July and August.  We vary the meeting time and places to accommodate the busy schedules of our members and prospective members.  Each regular meeting includes the President General’s Message, officer and committee reports, and a Historical, Patriotic, Educational, or National Defense program.



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