The Clarence A. Cook Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution is a historical, educational, and patriotic “lineage” organization serving Central Indiana. The Chapter supports several programs, including welcoming new citizens during naturalization ceremonies at the United States District Court in Indianapolis; and works with Daughters of the American Revolution chapters in our area to promote membership and the ideals of both Societies. Several members are very active in the Indiana Society Color Guard. Our quarterly meetings include a variety of speakers and activities.
Interested in becoming a member of the Clarence A. Cook Chapter? Membership information is available from the Indiana Society S.A.R. membership site. Assistance in completing applications and researching genealogy information can be obtained by contacting the chapter Registrar, David Shaul
(Indianapolis – 22 September 2013) The Caroline Scott Harrison Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution dedicated a new marker for Patriot John Mitchell, at Old Trail Cemetery. Patriot Mitchell served as a Pennsylvania artillery artificer. Participating were the Clarence A. Cook Chapter and a bugler from American Legion Post #4. The keynote address was presented by Warren Township Trustee, Jeffrey Bennett. Over 100 people, including descendants of Patriot Mitchell attended the event.