The Ten O'clock News
Newsletter of the Ten O'clock Line Chapter, NSDAR
Happy New Year!
I hope that everyone had a wonderful Christmas with their families. I enjoyed Christmas Eve and Christmas day with both sides of my family. It was a much needed break to take the time to reflect on the many blessings in my life.
It was so wonderful to see so many of our Ten O'clock Line Daughters at December's chapter meeting. Thank you to Martha Lou for your great Conservation committee report! It's so nice to hear about the efforts in our state to maintain our green spaces. Your enthusiasm and passion for conservation is truly an inspiration. Thank you also goes to Angie for her great ideas for headstone project fundraisers.
It's that time of year again - I need your volunteer hours and any recycling and conservation info. I have included a form at the bottom of this newsletter that you can use to respond. Please take a few moments to complete this information. If you'd rather email the data to me, please send it to email@example.com. Having everyone report their activities allows us to really brag about our accomplishments!
Everyone stay warm and safe!
Our Amazing Daughters
Our awesome Chapter Vice Regent and DAR Project Patriot National Vice Chairman Janice Bolinger presented $5,000.00 in gift cards to active military members stationed at Camp Atterbury during the base's Family Day on January 10.
Thank you for braving the roads to brighten the day of our military personnel!
Helping our Homeless Veterans
Please take a moment and review the HVAF wish list to determine the current needs for our homeless veterans. Please try to bring one (or more) of the wish list items to our next meeting. As always, your cash donation (so that Phyllis can purchase needed items) will also be accepted.
Thank you again for your support of our veterans!
Conrad Cornelison was born May 28, 1763 in Loudon County, Virginia.
While residing in Rowan County, N.C., he enlisted in November 1779 and served as a private in Capt. William Bell's Company, Colonel Andrew Hampton's North Carolina Regiment, and was discharged March 24, 1780. He then re-enlisted and served one month in Capt. Peter Hendrick's North Carolina Company; and 21 days in Capt. Myrich Davis North Carolina Company and was discharged January 24, 1781. He once again re-enlisted, serving one and one half months under Lieut. Benjamin Scrivener, Colonel
Issach's North Carolina Regiment and continued until close of war as a
Minute Man under Capt. Peter Hendrick.
He married February 13, 1785 in Rowan County, North Carolina, to Mrs. Susanna
Strange (nee Skinner). They were the parents of John, ad Richard.
PVT Cornelison applied for his pension August 13, 1832 while living in Otter Creek, Madison County, Kentucky, where he died on January 26, 1846.
Conrad Cornelison's Ten O'clock Line descendants are Pam and Katelyn Richmond.
Good Citizens Awards Dinner
Tuesday, March 15th, 6pm
800 South Crawford Street
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