General Richard Montgomery Chapter

Sons of the American Revolution

Montgomery, Alabama

Compatriot Larry Cornwell was the speaker and presented a program on “The Revolutionary Soldier.”  He was  in full uniform as he explained the various aspects of the uniform.

Josiah Reed was presented his 65 Year Membership pin and certificate.

William Doyle "Sky" King (center), Christopher King, and grandsons (not pictured) Charles William McDowell and Matthew Clay McDowell were also inducted.

Former Presidents of the chapter gathered outside the entrance to Montgomery Country Club, our meeting location.  From L-R, Bob Cheney (1983-1985), Tom Richardson (1980-1982), Philip Davis, 1992-1993, George Gayle (1996), "Buck" Newman (1997, 2002), Ken Hayes (1999-2000).  Compatriot Davis was president again in 2013.



Our speaker was Peter Reese Doyle, who spoke on “Samuel Adams and Resistance to Tyranny."


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​​General Richard Montgomery Chapter
Sons of the American Revolution

2010 Chapter Meetings Photographs

Rosa Foster, Patrol Enforcement Officer in Montgomery, was presented the Law Enforcement Medal.

Henry Lyon was presented his 50 Year Membership pin and certificate.

Douglas Brower Cairns were inducted, along with two of Mr. Cairns’ grandsons, Christopher Cairns Brown, and his brother.

New member Joseph Edward Boyett was inducted.  Sponsor Larry Cornwell is pictured left.

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President Dick Erickson presented Colonel Doug Ruth and SSgt Alan Davis with the Military Service Medal.  Not pictured is Lt. Col. George Thomas Smith being presented with the SAR War Service Medal (with Iraqi bar).  

Chapter members gather with guest, ALSSAR Registrar Ron Bearden.  L-R, Bearden, Bruce Pickette, Walter Stevenson, and Larry Cornwell.

Doug Cox (standing left) and David Sherrer received Heroism medals and certificates for saving the life of Mr. Don Spivey.  Compatriot  Stan Phillips (L), Chairman of the Public Service and Heroism Committee, assisted in the presentation.