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The Lynnhaven Parish Chapter took its name from one of the oldest designated areas in what is now the City of Virginia Beach. The boundaries of the Lynnhaven Parish were first defined by the Assembly at Jamestown in 1642 and can be found in Hening's Statutes at Large.

DAR Recognized SiteThis called for "the parish of Linhaven to begin at the first creek shooting out of the Chesopiak Bay called Little Creek, including all branches of the said creek and thense extending to the head of the eastern branch of the Elizabeth River to a creek on the northward side of the said branch called Broad Creek." 

These boundary lines were later used when Princess Anne County was formed out of Lower Norfolk in 1691. The County became the City of Virginia Beach on January 1, 1963.

Church Point

Pictured above is the site (now under water) of the first Lynnhaven Parish church 1640 – 1694.  The changing channel of the Lynnhaven River forced the church to abandon this picturesque location.  The old church site lies in what is now the Church Point neighborhood of Virginia Beach, standing watch over the busy waterway that is now the Lynnhaven Inlet.

September 10, 2016

"Just Who Was the Comte de Grasse?"

September 12, 2016

Naturalization Ceremony

September 17-23, 2016

Constitution Week

October 8, 2016

"Water Quality: You and Your Garden Can Make a Difference"

October 11, 2016

National DAR Day of Service

October 19, 2016

Yorktown Day

November 12, 2016

Commemoration and Reenactment of the Kempe's Landing Battle

December 3, 2016

Anniversary of the Battle of Great Bridge

December 7, 2016

Pearl Harbor Day

December 10, 2016

"This is Not a Drill! Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary"
Please bring unwrapped gifts for our veteran patients.

January 14, 2017

Good Citizens Awards

February 18, 2017

George Washington Birthday Luncheon

February 18, 2017

DAR History Awards

March 11, 2017

"Native Americans: The First Conservationists"

April 1, 2017

"State Regent's Project: Claude Moore Hall — Montpelier"

April 17, 2017

Patriots Day
Commemorating the Battles of Lexington and Concord fought on April 19, 1775

April 24, 2017

Observance of the Landing of the First English Settlers in 1607

May 3, 2017

"Fort Nelson: Benedict Arnold Slept Here"


Flag Day


Any woman 18 years or older who can prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence is eligible to join the DAR. She must provide documentation for each statement of birth, marriage and death, as well as of the Revolutionary War service of her patriot ancestor.

Admission of Members

This chapter does not discriminate against an applicant for membership on the basis of race or creed.

Learn about Today's DAR


The Lynnhaven Parish Chapter members would be delighted to welcome you to attend one of our meetings.  Our meeting venue does change occasionally during the year and depending on special events.

For more information, contact Sheila Brady, chapter regent.


Samuel Candee
William Frissell
Ebenezer Hill
Judah Leaming
John Leavens
James Redfield
Timothy Roberts
Isaiah Sparks


John Griffin


Thomas Benson
Thomas Bouldin
William Bryan
Hezekiah Davis
Vachel Dorsey
James Hood
Benjamin Lawrence
Benjamin Pollard
Nicholas Sherwood
William Slick
Job Todd


John Babbitt
Joshua Coombs
James Edson
Josiah Edson
Zachariah Fitch
Matthew Kingman
Joseph Legere
Abner Lovejoy
Nathan Lovejoy
Samuel Manning
Ebenezer Packard
Richard Pierce
Joseph Rist
Charles Strange
Elijah Twining
Moses Wentworth
Ezra Whitaker

New Jersey

John Fenimore
Joseph Horton
Thomas Johnson
Daniel Lake

New York

Tilton Eastman
David Fryer
Thomas Kite
John Seely
Aurie/Aaron Smith
Jacob Wandell
James Whaley

New Hampshire

Asa Jones
James Sinclair

New Jersey

John Fenimore 
Joseph Horton 
Daniel Lake
Peter Stryker  

New York

Thomas Carpenter 
David Fryer 
Jacob Wandell 
James Whaley

North Carolina

Valentine Allen
Joel Atkinson
Francis Barnard
Isham Bilbory
James Bonner Sr
Joseph Brantley
Jacob Braswell
Isaac Brooks
William Brooks
Daniel Douglas
Jacob Eason
Abner Eason Sr
James Emerson
James Etheridge
Aaron Evans
Adam Gaskins
Joseph Gibbs
James Gordon
Thomas Goss Sr
Simon Hadley
John Harris
Maxfield Hensley
Thomas Hill
John Hunt
James Jones
William Jones
Elijah Joyce
John Coon Joyce
Jesse Kirby
Peter Kivett
Matthew Markland
John Mcnair
John Mcnair
Samuel Midyett
Michael Revelle
John Sherman Sr
Waddy Tate
William Thomas Sr
William Vallandingham
Isaac Walters
James Watkins


John Albright
Jacob Anthony
Martin Ashburn
William Ax
David Beall
John Cryder
Mathias Hess
William Hood
Barnhart Kline
Adam Lower
Samuel Maclay
Hugh Magill
Daniel Miller
Daniel Musser
Philip Musser Sr
John Old Sr (PA&VA)
Daniel Oswald
Samuel Phipps
Thomas Rankin
John Shomo
John Jacob Stover
Peter Sturgeon
Bernard Timmerman
Robert Wilson
William Works

South Carolina

James Boulware 
Longshore Lamb 
Laughlin Leonard
William Yarborough 


Charles Ammonett
Rowland Andrews
Thomas Andrews
Joel Atkinson
Richard Ballinger
Henry Bass
John Bransford
James Campbell
John Cartwright
Ann Joplin Childress
Benjamin Childress
John Chiles
Littleton Cockrill
Edmund Coffey
Curd Cox
Joseph Cummings
Williams Diggs Jr
Thomas Doswell
George Eubank Jr
George Eubank Sr
Edmond Fitzgerald
Thomas Fletcher
Thomas Fletcher
Joseph Fuqua
John Goodwin
William Griggs
David Harbour
Ann Epps Harris
Joseph Hatfield
James Higginbotham
James Hogg Jr
John Hudnall
William Hudnall
Moses Johnson Jr
Moses Johnson Sr
Henry Johnston
Thomas Joplin
Reuben Lovett
Richard Marshall
William Moore
Thomas Nunn
John Old Sr (PA&VA)
John Paine
Reuben Paine
William Pannill
John Park
Michael Plaster
John Poage Sr
William Pollard
Williamson Price
James Ramsay
Philemon Saunders
James Seay
Robert Sinclair
Abraham Smith
William Sorrow
James Steele
Joseph Surber
William Teas
Charles Thomas
Jennings Thompson
Rebecca Nelson Waddy
William Waddy
John Walker Jr
John Walker Sr
Alexander Watson
Edith Lucas Watson
James Wilkins
Alden Williamson
John Wingfield
Josiah Wingfield
Ezekiel Young