Daughters of 1812 place bicentennial marker


The General Jacob Brown chapter of the U.S. Daughters of 1812 on Sept. 14 placed an 1812 bicentennial marker at Lakeside Cemetery in Sackets Harbor, honoring War of 1812 veterans buried there. Main speakers were archaeologist Timothy J. Abel, town of Hounsfield supervisor Timothy Scee, Sackets Harbor Historical Society president Jan Maas, and Anne Davis, U.S. Daughters of 1812. Members of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, LeRay de Chaumont chapter, Watertown, placed a wreath during the dedication ceremony. From left: Mrs. Davis, Beverly Sterling-Affinati, president of the Gen. Jacob Brown chapter, Mr. Scee, Mr. Abel, Mrs. Maas, Bette Lathan, corresponding secretary of the Gen. Jacob Brown chapter, and Tammy Plantz, historian at the chapter.
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