Membership in the Sons of the American Revolution
Do you have a Revolutionary War Patriot in your ancestral line—that is, an ancestor, male or female, who supported the Cause of American Independence during the years 1774–1783? Can you trace this person directly to you? We invite you to get started today and find out by visiting the Membership web page of the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution. Then contact Wisconsin State Genealogist Robert Stone to help you along the way with your application (use the contact form below).
Join us and become involved in the many programs and activities of our fine organization. March with the Color Guard in parades dressed in a Revolutionary War uniform; become involved with your local schools through the Knight Essay and Elementary School Poster contests; support the Boy Scouts of America with the Eagle Scout Scholarship Program; help educate young minds through ROTC, JROTC and Naval Sea Cadet programs; celebrate brave and patriotic members of your community through various awards of recognition; or simply enjoy social gatherings with people, such as yourself, who have the pride and distinction of having a Revolutionary War Patriot nestled in their lineage. These are but a few of the benefits of joining our venerable and altruistic society. With close to 200,000 members since it's inception in 1890, and over 30,000 active members today, the Sons of the American Revolution invites you to become one of our "Compatriots."
Fill out and submit the form below to contact Wisconsin State Genealogist Robert Stone.