Colonial Dames at state workshop


Several members of Indian Trails Chapter of Colonial Dames 17C recently met in New Philadelphia, Ohio at the Schoenbrunn Inn and Conference Center for the state summer workshop. The chapter had 12 members present. Pictured are members of the heraldry club who attended the breakfast about Lady Godiva; history says she rode through the streets of Coventry naked to protest high taxes. Heraldry is a special study of genealogy in which members trace their ancestries back to a coat of arms. A delicious luncheon and an informational program on colonial clothing was enjoyed by all. Some of the members participated in a colonial dance, the Virginia Reel. View us on Facebook for more information. Members who attended the heraldry breakfast are shown: front, Nancy Bernard, Pat McKenzie, Martha Saylor, Kay McIntire, Karen McKenzie and Mary Ann VanTress; back, Kim Stackhouse, Frances Sharp and Joyce Peters.

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Several members of Indian Trails Chapter of Colonial Dames 17C recently met in New Philadelphia, Ohio at the Schoenbrunn Inn and Conference Center for the state summer workshop. The chapter had 12 members present. Pictured are members of the heraldry club who attended the breakfast about Lady Godiva; history says she rode through the streets of Coventry naked to protest high taxes. Heraldry is a special study of genealogy in which members trace their ancestries back to a coat of arms. A delicious luncheon and an informational program on colonial clothing was enjoyed by all. Some of the members participated in a colonial dance, the Virginia Reel. View us on Facebook for more information. Members who attended the heraldry breakfast are shown: front, Nancy Bernard, Pat McKenzie, Martha Saylor, Kay McIntire, Karen McKenzie and Mary Ann VanTress; back, Kim Stackhouse, Frances Sharp and Joyce Peters.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_colonial-dames.jpegSeveral members of Indian Trails Chapter of Colonial Dames 17C recently met in New Philadelphia, Ohio at the Schoenbrunn Inn and Conference Center for the state summer workshop. The chapter had 12 members present. Pictured are members of the heraldry club who attended the breakfast about Lady Godiva; history says she rode through the streets of Coventry naked to protest high taxes. Heraldry is a special study of genealogy in which members trace their ancestries back to a coat of arms. A delicious luncheon and an informational program on colonial clothing was enjoyed by all. Some of the members participated in a colonial dance, the Virginia Reel. View us on Facebook for more information. Members who attended the heraldry breakfast are shown: front, Nancy Bernard, Pat McKenzie, Martha Saylor, Kay McIntire, Karen McKenzie and Mary Ann VanTress; back, Kim Stackhouse, Frances Sharp and Joyce Peters. Courtesy photo