John Guill Chapter
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ORIGIN OF CHAPTER NAME
The John Guill Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution takes its name from an early Owen County resident who served as a private in the Virginia Line during the American Revolutionary War.
John Guill was born May 2, 1758 at Caroline County, Virginia. Guill enlisted for service in the month of March 1777 and served under Captain Holcomb 4th Regiment and under Col. Lawson. He saw action at the Battle of Brandywine, Germantown, and Mommouth before being discharged February 1780.
He later moved from Virginia to the frontier of Owen County, where he died on May 11, 1842.
|Regent||Susan Upton Hampton|
|Vice Regent||Kathy Stewart Keith|
|Chaplain||Betty Gowin Whitehead|
|Corresponding Secretary||Lee Neal Cochran|
|Recording Secretary||Eleanor Gamble|
|Treasurer||Lori Keith Backous|
|Registrar||Jackie Connelly Allnutt|
|Historian||Jeannie Dawson Baker|
|PVT. JAMES BALL of Virginia||ANDREW MEANS of North Carolina|
|MERCY MASSEY BEDFORD of N. Carolina||PVT. ABIJAH NORTH of Connecticut|
|PVT. SAMUEL COBB of South Carolina||SGT. EDWARD POE of Virginia|
|POLLY HAWKINS CRAIG of Kentucky||MICHAEL REASOR of Virginia|
|PVT. SAMUEL HOWARD of Virginia||JAMES THOMPSON of Kentucky|
|PVT. TILMAN KEMPER of Virginia||SGT. JOHN TYE of Virginia|
|CAPT. JOHN LILLARD of Virginia||SGT. PHILIP WEBBER of Virginia|
|JOHN McCLUNG, SR. of Virginia||PVT. MANDLEY WINSTEAD of N. Carolina|
|CYRUS McCRACKEN of Virginia|
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