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Oran M. Roberts

Oran M. Roberts

Chapter 440

United Daughters of the Confederacy®


Houston, Harris County, Texas


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Minutes
of the
97th Annual Convention of the Texas Division
United Daughters of the Confederacy

1993

Oran M. Roberts Chapter, No. 440, Houston
Chartered: February 1901 (sic)



In Memoriam

Hattie Annie Rinn Praetorius (Mrs. Giles T.)
[Died: 7 Dec 1991, Harris Co., TX]


Agnes Wilson Vincett (Mrs. Fred A.)
Real Daughter
[Died: 21 May 1992, Kerr Co., TX]


Number of Members: 51


Officers:

Marie McDaniels (Mrs. Jesse) - President
Maudie Heath (Mrs. Robert) - Vice President
Patsy Silva (Mrs. A. B.) - 2nd Vice President
Minalee Ferguson - Recording Secretary
Len Hicks (Mrs. Frank) - Treasurer
Margaret Goodwin (Mrs. Burney) - Registrar
Carolyn Farmer (Mrs. William H.) - Historian
Minalee Ferguson - Recorder of Crosses
Janie Wallace (Mrs. James) - Chaplain
Margaret Goodwin (Mrs. Burney) - Parliamentarian


Time of regular Chapter Meetings: 2 pm, 4th Saturday

1 Real Daughter, 12 real granddaughters, 1 transfer, 1 CofC transfer in, 3 transfers out, 2 applications pending.

Per Capita and all reports filed on time. Chapter sponsored Alfred B. Forbes Chapter 826 CofC. Donated $76.22 to Division and General CofC Conventions, members attended District, Division and General Conventions, 2 members serve as Division Committee Chairs.

6 UDC Magazine subscriptions, 21 pieces of insignia purchased, total of $347, 4 Winnie Davis Medals, 2 Jefferson Davis Medals, 1 25-year pin, 1 Cross of Honor located, 1 article submitted to UDC Magazine, chapter has yearbook and scrapbook.

Chapter co-sponsored with Jefferson Davis Chapter 1637 dedication of 12 Confederate markers in Evergreen Cemetery, Houston, attended by over 200 persons, 17 Confederate graves located.

Chapter awarded 3 $200 Corrine Gant Scholarships, contributed $30 to General, Division and District I Scholarships, $10 to Randolph Relief Fund.

Members attended Confederate Ball, Confederate Heroes Day services in Richmond, Texas, San Jacinto Chapter 2554 Anniversary, Brig. Gen. John R. Adams Chapter 2563 installation, and Dick Dowling SCV Mint Julip Tea. Chapter sponsors annual Confederate Memorial Service in April, Chapter hosted Real Daughters and Chapter's 91st Anniversary Luncheon in February, furnished bookmarkers for General Convention Magazine Luncheon, 3 books donated to Clayton Library.

Member presented a program to the Confederate Historical Association of Belgium and 2 members toured the Confederate Exhibit at the County Museum in Brussels, Belgium. President General's message, historical programs, music and/or poetry presented at each meeting. Over 10 hours research donated for marking 12 Confederate graves in Evergreen Cemetery. Celebrated special Confederate holidays with appropriate observances.

Marie McDaniels (Mrs. Jesse), President

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