Troy Chapter

National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

Troy, Missouri

Welcome to the Troy Chapter NSDAR. Our beautiful area is just a few short miles northwest of St. Louis. Home to the Cuivre River State Park, the park is a nature lover’s paradise. We have beauty year-round, in the spring when woodland wildflowers are in bloom or in the fall when the prairie grasses tower over your head.

Three natural areas – areas noted for their high-quality ecosystems – feature native prairie, sinkhole ponds, woodlands and a clear, rock-bottomed stream. Big Sugar Creek is one of the finest undisturbed streams left in northeastern Missouri.

Troy, a community of 11,000 and the seat of Lincoln County, was founded in 1819 and has long been the center of business activity for the area.

Each regular meeting (September through June) includes devotions, patriotic exercises, the President General’s message, and a National Defense report. Inquiries about our chapter, membership requirements, or help with ancestor research may be directed to Shirley Case.

Much more information may be found at either our National Society Daughters of the American Revolution site or our Missouri State Society web site. Please visit to learn more about our history and our activities.

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