Baseline-Meridian Little Rock Organized December 6, 1995 in Little Rock. Meetings are held the first Wednesday in February and October.
Simon Bradford Pine Bluff Organized September 19, 1911 in Pine Bluff. Meetings are held the third Wednesdays in the months of February, August and October.
Thomas H. Flippin Bella Vista Organized October 25, 2014 and chartered February 26, 2015 in Bella Vista. Meetings are held the third Saturday in January, May and September.
Welcome to the Arkansas State Society National Society United States Daughters of 1812
Founded in 1892, the United States Daughters of 1812 is a non-profit women’s service organization for descendants of patriots who aided the American cause in the War of 1812. For more than a century, the members of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812, have dedicated themselves to patriotism, preservation of documents and relics, and education.
Old State House Museum 300 West Markham Little Rock, AR 72201 Tel: 501-324-9685 Fax: 501-324-9688
To the Honor and Glory of our Patriotic Sires who gave their services for their country in the War of 1812 – 1815
This tablet is dedicated in gratitude and pride by The National Society of The United States Daughters of 1812 State of Arkansas
1912 Mrs. John Francis Weinmann, President
“The Arkansas State Society received a proclamation from Governor Asa Hutchison proclaiming September 14th as Star-Spangled Banner Day. Receiving the proclamation were Honorary State Presidents Sharon Stanley Wyatt and Sheila Beatty.”
The Arkansas State Society, U.S.D. 1812 held its first meeting April 4, 1906 and was formed April 4, 1908 with Mrs. Katherine Braddock Barrow as organizing president. The first chapter to organize was the Nicholas Headington Chapter on October 24, 1906 in Little Rock with others soon to follow:
John Craig Dodd Chapter – Batesville, Organized March 25, 1910 Simon Bradford Chapter – Pine Bluff, Organized September 19, 1911 Chalmette Chapter – Texarkana, Organized November 20, 1913 Col. Samuel Morton Rutherford – Organized June 1, 1917 Light Horse Harry Lee Chapter – Arkadelphia, Organized October 11, 1917 Joseph Pollard Chapter – Hot Springs, Organized November 1, 1918 General James Miller Chapter – Helena, Organized November 1921 General George Izard Chapter – Little Rock, Organized March 27, 1922 Edward Brooking Broadnax Chapter – Monticello, Organized May 1922 George R. Tankersley Chapter – Marianna, Organized 1926 El Dorado Chapter – El Dorado, Organized September 13, 1928 Samuel Connor Chapter – Conway Robert Cannon Chapter – Beebe, Organized March 14, 1929
With the exception of the Simon Bradford Chapter, the above chapters have disbanded. Today, the Arkansas State Society is proud to have four active chapters.