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KYSSAR Chapter Presidents and Compatriots,

 As of now I am sure that all are aware of the death and devastation caused by the tornados on the evening of December 10.  I am sending this out with hope that KYSSAR Chapters and members can step up and help those in such great need at this time.  I am asking that Chapter Presidents pass this message on to the membership and also to others that may be willing to help.

 There have been several relief funding efforts established.  One set up by the State of KY can be found at TeamWKYReliefFund.ky.gov.  If you chose to donate to this, please use KY Sons of the American Revolution Tornado Relief as the name of the fundraising event.

 Another relief effort can be found at Western Kentucky Red Cross.  Donations can be made by going to their Facebook Page.

 Many other ways to donate are listed under ways to help on the WLKY.com website. (Louisville channel 32)

 Many Kentucky communities are collecting items of need and distributing them to the affected areas.  I encourage you to take part where this is being done.

 And, most of all, please pray for healing and comfort to those that have suffered losses of family members and damage and loss of homes and businesses.

 God bless all,

 Steve Mallory,

President KYSSAR

270.348.5699

stevemallory@att.net

 

Welcome to the home page of the Louisville-Thruston Chapter of the Kentucky Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Our members, known as Compatriots, remember and honor our patriot ancestors who gave us our freedom and created a new, independent nation. Their sacrifices are the inspiration for our work in promoting history, education, good citizenship and worthwhile contributions to society.

We always have a warm welcome for new members. If you would like more information about joining the SAR and the Louisville-Thruston Chapter, please click on our how to join page. Membership is open to any adult male of good character who is a lineal descendant of a Revolutionary War soldier or patriot.

 

                                                                          


George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River, which occurred on the night of December 25–26, 1776, during the American Revolutionary War, was the first move in a surprise attack organized by George Washington against the Hessian forces in Trenton, New Jersey on the morning of December 26. Planned in partial secrecy, Washington led a column of Continental Army troops across the icy Delaware River in a logistically challenging and dangerous operation. Other planned crossings in support of the operation were either called off or ineffective, but this did not prevent Washington from surprising and defeating the troops of Johann Rall quartered in Trenton. The army crossed the river back to Pennsylvania, this time laden with prisoners and military stores taken as a result of the battle.

Washington's army then crossed the river a third time at the end of the year, under conditions made more difficult by the uncertain thickness of the ice on the river. They defeated British reinforcements under Lord Cornwallis at Trenton on January 2, 1777, and defeated his rear guard at Princeton on January 3, before retreating to winter quarters in Morristown, New Jersey.

Washington Crossing the Delaware is an 1851 oil-on-canvas painting by the German American artist Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze (1816 - 1868). It commemorates General George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River on the night of December 25–26, 1776, during the American Revolutionary War. That action was the first move in a surprise attack against the Hessian forces at Trenton, New Jersey, in the Battle of Trenton on the morning of December 26.

 
 

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