David E. Johnston, President    
Steven Allen Gaines, Membership Secretary   
Roger A. Tenney, Recording Secretary   


The Tennessee Society
Sons of the American Revolution

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235th Gathering At Sycamore Shoals - 19 September 2015

The Tennessee Society, National Society, Sons of the American Revolution celebrates the 235th anniversary of the Gathering at Sycamore Shoals by the Overmountain Men prior to their departure for Kings Mountain, SC to defeat the British under Major Patrick Ferguson.

On Memorial Day, 25 May, 2015 the TNSSAR Color Guard participated in a ceremony at the Healing Field/Flags of Remembrance, hosted by the Noon Exchange Club in Murfreesboro, TN. There were over 800 3’x5’ American flags arranged in straight rows, covering the field beside the First Methodist Church on West Thompson Lane. The idea behind the Healing Field originated as a way for the many people affected by the tragedy of September 11, 2001 to experience a spiritual and mental “healing”. It is sponsored by the Colonial Flag Foundation. Over the years, it has evolved into a Field of Honor, honoring fallen members of the American Armed Forces and a Field of Remembrance, honoring all who have served the United States, whether military, firefighters, police officers or first responders. The observance is usually held in the week (or weekend) leading up to Memorial Day and is held in several places all across our nation.

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On May 18, 2014 the TNSSAR Andrew Jackson Chapter hosted a Grave Marking in Bellevue, TN at 2:00 pm for Revolutionary War Patriot Abraham Louis Demoss who was the Company Captain of the Horse Wilkes County Regiment Militia North Carolina.



Maj. William Cage - Grave Marking, 19 April 2014

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TNSSAR President Claude Hardison and the Color Guard in the TN Senate for Patriots Day, 7 April 2014



Wreaths Across America 2013 Nashville National Cemetery


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