National Society Descendants of American Farmers

On Saturday, July 27, several members of the National Society Descendants of American Farmers were in Terrell for a farm gathering at Green Acres Kunekune Farm.

On Saturday, July 27, several members of the National Society Descendants of American Farmers were in Terrell for a farm gathering at Green Acres Kunekune Farm owned by Tim and Dottie Durrett, followed by lunch at Hams Orchard.   

This was the first field trip of the National Society Descendants of American Farmers –

Membership is open to men and women birth to of age or older who are lineal descendants of an American Farmer living within the present boundaries of the United States between July 4, 1776 to Dec. 31, 1900.

Sixty percent of all dues go toward higher education in agriculture for students.   The society compiles of men and women from the United States whose ancestors were American Farmers from July 4, 1776 to Dec. 31, 1900. 

Please visit its Facebook Group Page - National Society Descendants of American Farmers and our website: http://nsdoaf.com

“It is a joy finding so many members love their farmer ancestors. We appreciate all the interest and look forward to continuous growth,” the National Society Descendants of American Farmers organization said. “Our mission is to honor our American Farmer Ancestors by awarding scholarships to agricultural students who will follow in our ancestor’s footsteps.  Educate, preserve and increase the knowledge of the history of early American Farmers by the presentation of documents and the recording of family histories, lineages and traditions.  To be involved in charitable and educational efforts and to support patriotic, genealogical, literary, historical and social activities that further the purposes and objectives of this society within our country.”

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