Oran M. Roberts
United Daughters of the Confederacy®
Houston, Harris County, Texas
Number of Members: 95
Time of regular Chapter Meetings: 2 pm, 4th Saturday
Oran M. Roberts Chapter 440 was chartered Feb. 19, 1901. The Chapter has 2 Real Daughters, 22 Real Granddaughters, 10 Real Great-granddaughters. This year we have 2 deceased members, 4 new members, 2 resigned, 1 transferred out and 8 supplementals.
We meet at 2 p.m. each 4th Saturday in September, October, January, March and April. On the 3rd Saturday in December, we have our Annual Christmas Luncheon and Program; in February we honor our Real Daughters with a luncheon and program; in May we have a luncheon with an historical program.
Per capita dues and assessments were paid to the Treasurer on time. We have 11 renewals and 2 new subscriptions to the UDC Magazine.
The Chapter with 3rd Vice President sponsors the Alford Benjamin Forbes Chapter, Children of the Confederacy. This CofC chapter hosted the 1989 CofC Convention.
Our Corrine Gant Scholarship of $300 was awarded to James Christopher Hightower who enrolled in Texas A&M University in June 1989. He is the grandson of a member of Oran M. Roberts Chapter.
27 insignia and ribbons were purchased. Members have attended District Workshops, Division and General Conventions. We supported the Confederate Heroes Day in Austin and had one member attending. Two members, including the President, attended the Confederate Ball. We have a yearbook and scrapbook.
Cards were sent to Randolph Relief recipients. One member is a volunteer at the VA Hospital. Reading materials and clothes were donated to the VA Hospital.
Oran M. Roberts sponsored the Annual Memorial Service for District I. Chapter and Camp participated in the presentation.
Verna Floyd (Mrs. Charles G.), President
This webpage was created on 5 Aug 2006 and was last revised on 14 Aug 2006
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On 12 July 1994 our name "United Daughters of the Confederacy" was officially approved by the Patent Trademark Office of the United States and may not be used without the express written permission of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, 328 North Boulevard, Richmond,
On 26 July 1994 our insignia (logo) was also approved by the Patent Trademark Office of the United States. Therefore they are not to be used without permission and when displayed must have the copyright symbol. As stated in the 1997 UDC Bylaws on page 41, Article 34 Insignia Section 2, a & b.