Caroline W. D. Rich

Mary Dillingham Chapter was organized January 1895 as the second chapter in Maine. The organizing Chapter Regent was Mrs. Caroline Webster Stockbridge Downs Rich, daughter of John Stockbridge, Jr. and Anna Leavitt; granddaughter of John Stockbridge and Mary Dillingham of Byron, Maine and Joseph Leavitt and Anna Stevens of Turner, Maine.

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DAR OBJECTIVES: Historic Preservation, Patriotism, Education

MOTTO: God, Home, and Country


Meeting with other chapters

The ladies are meeting with Colonial Daughters and Tisbury Manor Chapters for lunch.

Leslie and Billie





Chapter Officers

Regent: Beverly RobbinsWight and MacNeill

 Vice Regent: Carol MacNeill

Chaplain: Jean Ness

Recording Secretary: Willoughby Wight

Treasurer: Mary Jane Densmore

Registrar: Mary Jane Densmore

Historian: Willoughby Wight

Librarian: Berniece Hodgkin