Oran M. Roberts
United Daughters of the Confederacy®
Houston, Harris County, Texas
Number of members: 20
Historical: The Chapter members devoted 24 hours toward preservation of Confederate History; $34 to Confederate Museum; presented 2 Historian General programs; purchased 5 25-year pins.
Educational: Donated $17 to Division, $20 to District I and $10 to Chapter Scholarships; presented on $250 Chapter Scholarship; 1 subscription to Division Newsletter; 1 member attended District I Workshop; 1 Division Minute Book purchased.
Benevolent: Contributed $10 to General and $10 to District I Randolph Relief Funds; 5 cards mailed to Randolph Relief Recipients; 3 cards sent to Real Daughters.
Memorial: $45 contributed to Confederate Memorial Service at Houston's Washington Cemetery; $5 contributed to District I Annual Memorial Service conducted at Workshop; 30 Confederate Flags were placed on graves.
Patriotic: 60 U.S. Flags placed on veterans' graves; 35 U.S. Flags flown by members; 36 books and 2 visits to VA Hospital.
Miscellaneous: 1 member attended General Convention; Chapter has yearbook and scrapbook; 1 newsletter mailed.
Bonus Items: Per capita taxes paid timely; chapter reports submitted timely; 1 member reinstated; Chapter subscribed to Division Newsletter. Celebrating 100 years of service to the UDC.
Carolyn Farmer, President
This webpage was created on 30 July 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.