Rebecca Motte Chapter, NSDAR Charleston, South Carolina


Welcome to the Rebecca Motte Chapter, NSDAR, in Charleston, South Carolina

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, founded in 1890 and headquartered in Washington, D.C. is a non-profit non-political women's  organization dedicated to service to the nation. Its objectives are: Historical Preservation - Promotion of Education - Patriotic Endeavor. The NSDAR motto is:

"God, Home, and Country"

The Rebecca Motte Chapter was organized in 1895. We are a proud chapter of the South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution (SCDAR). The state motto is:

Preserve the Past * Prepare for the Future * Seize the Present

To learn more about our chapter and its history, click on our Chapter History which provides an interesting look at the founding of our chapter.

The Rebecca Motte Chapter welcomes new members and is always happy to help in your research to find your revolutionary ancestors. Contact our Chapter Registrar for information on membership. If you would like to attend one of our monthly meetings, please contact our Chapter Registrar.  

Contact Information

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution NSDAR

South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution SCDAR

Chapter Contact  


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Monday, October 15, 2018
11:00 a.m., Chapter Meeting, Old Exchange Building SC DAR Room, reception following in the Rebecca Motte Room. We will be conducting the Oath of Membership for our new members and celebrating anniversaries of our 10, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, and even 60-year members during our business meeting. We encourage all members, prospective members, and guests of our honorees to attend.

Monday, November 19, 2018
11:00 a.m., Chapter Meeting and 123rd chapter birthday celebration, Rebecca Motte Room. Speaker will be Chapter Associate Member "Muffet" Frische, Ten Little Known Facts about WWII

Monday, December 17, 2018
Coffee reception at 10:30 a.m. and Chapter Meeting at 11 a.m., Rebecca Motte Room. Speaker will be Dr. Ken Scarlett, President of Revolutionary Charleston, Victory Day