Areas or Counties Represented: Aiken, Bamberg, Barnwell and Edgefield Counties South Carolina
Areas or Counties Represented: Lancaster County South Carolina
Our Chapter meets the 2nd Thursday of the 1st month of each quarter of the calendar year at 1200 Noon with the Christmas holiday meeting date and place to be determined in December.
1897 Jefferson Davis Hwy,
Warrenville, SC 29851 –
Phone number (803) 593- 5900
Ted Walker, President, Henry Laurens Chapter, SCSSAR
207 Chalk Bed Rd
Graniteville, SC 29829
History of the Henry Laurens Chapter
South Carolina Society
Sons of the American Revolution
Organization of the Henry Laurens Chapter began in 1990 with eight SAR members, Dale BeVier, Charles W. Heaton, John B. Heaton, Hugh E. Henry, Harry L. Jeffcoat, Don R. Nims, Hamrick Salley, Jr., and the Hon. J. Strom Thurmond. Members were solicited from the area comprising Aiken, Barnwell and Edgefield counties.
The chapter Application for Charter was filed with the Board of Managers of the South Carolina Society of the Sons of the American Revolution on February 22, 1993. The chapter was certified by the State Society on August 24, 1993 with 15 Charter Members.
These members were Richard David Heaton, John B. Heaton, Hugh E. Henry, Julian L Mims, III, Julian L. Mims, IV, Charles W. Heaton, C. Ashley Heaton, Joe M. Alexander, John A. Brecht, James R. Cook, Richard R. Foster, William A. Norton, J. Strom Thurmond and Jason A Widener.
The Henry Laurens Chapter Aiken, South Carolina currently has 19 members and growing. We conduct four business meetings and one holiday meeting each year. Our Chapter meets the 2nd Thursday of the 1st month of each quarter of the calendar year with the Christmas holiday meeting date and place to be determined in December. We currently meet at Bobby’s Barbeque restaurant located at 1897 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Warrenville, SC 29851 – Phone number (803) 593- 5900 at 1200 Noon. Each year our Chapter works within our communities to promote and recognize individuals for their outstanding service. We actively work with community leaders, Daughters of the American Revolution, Children of the American Revolution, Scouting organizations, NJROTC school programs, Veteran organizations, Revolutionary battle re-enactors and many other community activities. Our main goal is to promote and educate our community and youth about American history.
Ted Walker, President
Henry Laurens Chapter, Aiken, SC
Society Sons of the American Revolution