Kiamichi Country Chapter

Antlers, OK

Our Chapter Information

Chapter History

Kiamichi Country Chapter was organized on October 10, 1974, in Antlers, Oklahoma. Mrs. Robert J. Edwards was the organizing Chapter Regent and there were thirteen charter members present. The name Kiamichi Country was chosen as representative of this area in southwestern Oklahoma through which the Kiamichi River flows. The river empties into the Red River in Choctaw County. The name Kiamichi is derived from both the French and Indian languages meaning "Red Water."

Monthly meetings of the Kiamichi Country Chapter are held on the second Saturday of each month. We invite prospective members to attend one of our meetings. 

 

 Chapter Officers

Chapter Regent

Kathy Wingfield

Vice Regent Rosa Barton

Chaplain

Louise Amanda Redman

Recording Secretary

Rosa Barton

Registrar

Johnnie Hairfield

Treasurer

Gearl Hall

Historian

Paula Hardman

Librarian

Claudia Wolfe

Appointed Officers

Parliamentarian

Katherine Bernice Chiles  

Custodian of Flags Mrs. Dan Payne

Our Revolutionary War Ancestors

Cook, Robert E.

MD

Marks, John

VA

Meriwether, John

VA

Pierceall, Richard

MD

Kendrick, James III

VA

York, Jeremiah

VA

Nutt, William

SC

Dick, John

SC

Dean, Samuel

PA

Baker, Thomas

NC

Starnes, Nicholas

MD

Wilson, Jr., Isaac

NC

Kilgore, Jr., Charles

NC

Kendrick, James III

VA

Hosford, Aaron

CT

Sevier, John

CT

Sherill, Samuel

NC

Sevier, Valentine

NC

Wilson, James

PA

DuBose, Isaac

SC

 

If you are interested in learning more about the 
Kiamichi Country Chapter, please e-mail us,
 and you will be contacted with more information.

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