The Davey Jackson Chapter, located in Jackson, Wyoming, was established on December 9, 1977, by Regent Erin Muths with 13 members present. Our chapter is named after David (Davey) E. Jackson, a fur trader who came west from Missouri in the early 1800s to trap beaver in this area. The town of Jackson is also named after him.
Our Chapter is a diverse group of women of all different ages and backgrounds. We share a common bond in that we each have one or more ancestors who provided civilian or military patriotic service during the American Revolutionary War.
Our members serve as volunteers in many community organizations which include veterans, schools, senior groups, hospitals, churches, scouts, the library, genealogy classes, and U.S. Naturalization Ceremonies for new citizens. We work to uphold the objectives of the DAR National Society to promote patriotism, preserve American history, and secure America’s future through better education.
Under the current leadership of Chapter Regent Mary Borgeson, we have 50 members, 6 associate members, and many prospective members working on their applications. We are one of 11 chapters in the State of Wyoming.
We welcome your inquiries and hope you’ll navigate our website to learn more about the Davey Jackson Chapter. For more information about the Daughters of the American Revolution or our chapter, please contact the chapter regent.
Welcome to the Davey Jackson Chapter, NSDAR