Members of the Mary Blount Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) participated in the Stephen Holston Chapter Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)  marking of two Revolutionary War Graves on Oct. 16 at Stock Creek Baptist Church on Martin Mill Pike in Knox County. One marked was that of Rev. William Johnson (c1735-1814), a Revolutionary War Patriot and the first Moderator of the Tennessee Baptist Association in 1802. Pictured are SAR Chapter President David Johnson, Mary Blount Regent Lynda Williams, Debra Wilson, Patsy Ellis, Elaine Russell, Paul Jordan, Susan Kromer Pavlech and Lee Johnson, High Guard Commander of the TN State SAR Color Guard.

Members of the Mary Blount Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) participated in the Stephen Holston Chapter Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) marking of two Revolutionary War Graves on Oct. 16 at Stock Creek Baptist Church on Martin Mill Pike in Knox County. One marked was that of Rev. William Johnson (c1735-1814), a Revolutionary War Patriot and the first Moderator of the Tennessee Baptist Association in 1802. Pictured are SAR Chapter President David Johnson, Mary Blount Regent Lynda Williams, Debra Wilson, Patsy Ellis, Elaine Russell, Paul Jordan, Susan Kromer Pavlech and Lee Johnson, High Guard Commander of the TN State SAR Color Guard.

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