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DAUGHTERS
of the
AMERICAN REVOLUTION
MAGAZINE

VOLUME 57          NUMBER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12           Whole Number none
March, 1923

CONTENTS

Mrs. Ann Rozier Carroll Frontispiece
Sir Dudley Digges, His English Ancestry and the Digges Line in America 125
A Message from the President General 140
Washington in the House of Burgesses 142
State Conferences 150
Historical Program 157
Marriage Records from Washington County, VA 159
A Page in Heraldry 163
Work of the Chapters 164
Genealogical Department 172
Honor Roll of the D. A. R. Magazine 178
National Baord of Management -  
 - Special Meeting of 179
 - Official List of 181
ILLUSTRATIONS:  
Mrs. Ann Rozier Carroll before p. 125
George Digges, 126
Thomas Attwood Digges 126
Mary Carroll (Mrs. Ignatius Digges) 127
Daniel Carroll 127
Family Chart of Charles Carroll, First Settler 128
Eleanor Carroll (Mrs. Daniel Carroll) 129
Mrs. Ann Attwood Digges 129
Chart of the Digges in __ and Maryland 130-131
Sir Dudley Digges 132
Commission from Charlese, Lord Baltimore to Clement Hill, Jr., Appointing Him General Surveyor of Maryland and Dated December 7, 1697 133
Silver and Glass inherited by Mrs. Richard Hill, from her Carroll and Brent Ancestors 134
Digges Silver, China and Glass belonging to Mrs. Richard Hill.  The Large China Cup at the Extreme Right was a Luncheon Souvenir, Given by Dolly Madison when in the White House 135
Cina and Glass Heirooms in the family of Mrs. Richard Hill 135
The Grave of Pierre Charles L'Enfant who planned and laiid out the City of Washington.  "Green Hill" (Chiham Manor), Prince George's County, MD. Several Years ago the Remains of Major L'Enfant were removed to Arlington National Cemetery and Re-Interred with full Military and Civic Honors.  
An Alphabetical Poll for Frederick County taken the 24th day of July 17___ 143
The Celebrated Court House at Williamsburg, VA., said to have been designed by Sir Christopher Wren. 144
The Famous Statue of Lord Botetourt, designed by Haward A_london Sculptor, it still stands on the campus of William and Mary College, in Williamsburg, VA 146
Bruton Parish Church (1714) of Williamsburg, VA  
Mount Vernon on the Potomac, the home of George and Martha Washington 148
Mrs. Phoebe Touhig "Real Daughter of the American Revolution," Noblesville, Indiana, Daughter, Grandson and Great-grandchildren, Four Generations. 150
MANY MORE PICTURES  

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