Welcome to the William Byrd Chapter
The William Byrd Chapter, named for Colonel William Byrd II, was founded in 1917. Throughout its ninety years, the William Byrd Chapter has been involved in multiple projects. During World War I, members worked to support the war effort by caring for war orphans and collecting war supplies. In 1928, the chapter became the caretakers of the Madison Cemetery at Montpelier and later placed a bronze plaque on the cemetery wall on the 100th anniversary of Madison's death. During World War II, members' efforts included sending more seed packages to the War Services Gardens Overseas than any other chapter in the United States.
2017-2019 Chapter Officers
Regent: Dianne J. Forsythe
First Vice Regent: Synthia W. Pearson
Second Vice Regent: Susan Lambrechts
Chaplain: Connie H. Burton
Recording Secretary: Pat Archer
Corresponding Secretary: Anna Spencer
Treasurer: Margaret B. Sullivan
Registrar: Lisa Thayer
Historian: Connie Moore
Librarian/Seimes: Becky Stein
Site last updated: August 30, 2017
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