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Florida News from the War Hawk Chapter

On June 11, 2016 War Hawk Chapter joined together with the Captain Wiliam Magill Chapter
of Southeastern Pennsylvanni toa dedicate the grave of Pvt Nathan Brooke, ancestor of War
Hawk Chapter President Lynne Jensen. Please click on LINK to see video. Nathan Brooke is
buried in the St. Davd's Churchyard at Wayner. Pennsylvania. Brooks served as a private in
First Company Sixty-fifth Regiment, Lt. Col. John Pierson Commanding, PA militia 1814-1815.

FOR PATRIOT CHAPTER REPORT AND SCRAPBOOK PHOTOS Click Here

Laura Fair Randell, President/Registrar

Captain Christopher Beeler Chapter #384,FL

Retired Major General James Dozier speaks to Daughters of 1812

By Cnix.Snix@Yahoo.Com
March 19, 2015
MGEN (ret) James L. Dozier of Fort Myers spoke at the Ridgeway Restaurant on March 10 in Naples to the Captain Christopher Beeler Chapter, Florida State Society of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812. The Daughters of 1812 purpose is to promote patriotism, to preserve and increase knowledge of the history of the military and naval life of those who molded this Government between the end of the American Revolution and the close of the War of 1812.

MGEN Dozier spoke about terrorism, particularly cyber and Radical Islam. The general also related the circumstances of his abduction by the Italian Red Brigade in December 1981 in Verona, Italy where he was stationed at NATO Headquarters. In addition he explained the Disabled Veterans Insurance Careers, DVIC, an organization that he represents. This organization is a non- profit organization offering disabled veterans job training and opportunities in the insurance industry. The Daughters of 1812 were honored to present to him a donation to the DVIC. To contact DVIC go to http://www.divic.us

PR REPORT, DIANE BOREN PATRIOTS CHAPTER JACKSONVILLE, FL HERE