The Chester County Chapter, NSDAR, is focused on historic preservation and has marked the following locations on the dates shown:
- Point Lookout near Embreeville, PA – July 14, 1908
- Joseph Downing’s farm in Downingtown, PA – 1953
- Uwchlan Friends Meeting House, Exton, PA – November 13, 1964
- Historic Log Cabin, Downingtown, PA – 1973
- Upper Octorara United Presbyterian Church, Parkesburg, PA – May 1976
- Primitive Hall, West Grove, PA – May 23, 1981
- Grave of Revolutionary War soldier, John Turner, Marshallton United Methodist Church Cemetery, Marshallton, PA. Possible inscription on headstone: John Turner: Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia January 19, 1757. Died in Chester County, Pennsylvania February 6, 1843. Served in Delaware Militia 1778 – 1783
- Graves of DAR members.
- Grave of our founder, Malinda Hoopes, Oaklands Cemetery, West Chester, PA – May 18, 2019.
The Chester County Chapter, NSDAR, has provided monetary contributions to mark and/or erect the following historical monuments:
- Brandywine Battlefield and Lafayette Monument, Birmingham Lafayette Cemetery, West Chester, PA
- Monument in Mount Zion Cemetery adjoining Ephrata Cloister, Ephrata, PA
- Star Gazer’s Stone, near Embreeville, PA
- Paoli Massacre Memorial, Malvern, PA
- Washington’s Headquarters, Valley Forge, PA
- Armed Forces Monument, Borough of West Chester Municipal Building, West Chester, PA
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