Welcome to the Clough Valley Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) established December 7, 1960 by Regent Edith Pope Westerman and 19 charter members. The Clough Valley Chapter serves by participating in a wide range of activities including service to veterans and current military personnel, the promotion of patriotism, literacy advocacy, genealogical research, historical preservation, and support and assistance to national, state, and local projects.

Our monthly meetings are held the third Saturday of each month except the months of January, July and August. Meetings include speakers and programs that support our mission. Please contact us for information on our meetings. We welcome new members and if you are interested in becoming a member of our chapter or wanting more information about DAR, please click on the DAR logo in the upper left hand corner of this page. You will then be on the national DAR.org website, where you can explore the many opportunities. 

Access our Clough Valley email by clicking on the Contact Us "button" on the navigation list that will take you to a contact form on bottom of page. Feel free to submit email request for membership, meeting information or questions. 

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), founded in 1890, is a non-profit, non-political, women’s service organization. The DAR mission is promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism. These timeless, overarching principles keep the DAR strong and vitally relevant in this ever changing world. Any woman 18 years or older, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution is eligible.

Discover Your Patriot Ancestor

​​​Whether you are  beginning your journey in discovering your American Revolutionary War roots, or are a master at your family genealogy, we are here to help. The DAR Genealogical Research System includes a free online database containing information on American Revolutionary patriot ancestors as well as many documents from the DAR Library.

Clough Valley Chapter joined the SAR of Cincinnati along with representatives of the Hopewell DAR, and Fort Hamilton CAR Chapters in  a wreath laying and Patriot Grave Marking Ceremony at the Mount Carmel, Sycamore Township Memorial Cemetery on July 4, 2020.  

Clough Valley is partnering with the Ramsey-Paxton Cemetery Association in support of plans  for the cemetery preservation and revitalization. The cemetery is located at the White Pillars subdivision in Loveland. Paige Craig has several years experience working with non-profit associations and has enthusiastically volunteered to lead and work on this chapter project.

Work continues at the cemetery on the Patriot Grave Markers and with recent addition of beautiful Iron Entrance Gates being installed. More information available in coming months. Plans for Grave Marking Ceremony in 2022.


June 5- Clough Valley's 60th  Anniversary Celebration

Debby  Niehaus,  Clough Valley Chapter Vice Regent and 60th Event  Coordinator;  Guest Speaker,  Kathleen Dixon  OSDAR  State Regent; and Wanda Langdon, Clough Valley Chapter Regent

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New "Gallery" pictures recently added!!.

CV Newsletter on "Members Only" page.

June 18, 2022 Meeting


Program "The History of Colonial Cakes", presented Vicki P.  with cakes (cookies) baked by members to sample using the colonial recipes found in DAR Magazines.


Please check for more information

that can be found in email and the CV Happenings Newsletter to be sent prior to our meeting.

Please "Contact Us" for an invitation

from our Regent for this event.

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