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General Nathanael Greene Chapter
Sons of the Revolution in the State of Georgia
Thirty four members and four guests assembled for the fifth General Nathanael Greene Birthday Luncheon on August 22, 2009 at the Capital City Country Club, Atlanta, Georgia. The Chapter was presented with a beautifully carved wood Gavel, Striker Block and Holder from Registrar Paul East in memory of his Revolutionary Ancestor, William Lord.
Dr. Gregory H. Nobles, author, lecturer and Professor of History at Georgia Tech spoke on the subject of "The Battle Over Benedict Arnold’s Wagon: Quartermaster Green Confronts the Question of Corruption."
The Honorable Jack Winters, Jr. and Mr. Guyton McCall, Esq. were presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for their work on the Chapter Bylaws and Yearbook.
After a "Taste of the South Buffet", the meeting was adjourned by President Robert Evans.