James George Chapter

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James George Chapter was chartered on January 1, 2003 in Lockhart, Texas. 

James George, Alamo defender, the son of William and Elizabeth (Bland) George, was born in 1802. At the time of the
Texas Revolution he was a resident of Gonzales and  was married to Elizabeth Dearduff, the sister of Alamo defender 
William Dearduff.      In the fall of 1835 a yoke of oxen and a set of gearing owned by George was pressed  into service to 
haul the famous Gonzales "Come and Take It" cannon. George rode to the Alamo with the relief force from Gonzales 
and arrived on March 1, 1836.  He died in the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836.


2017-2018 Officers:  Virginia Sofge, Becky Lockwood, Pat Crisler, Sherry Causey, Leigh Schuelke, Melba Sexton, Lillie Wendel, Kamala Lewis

Office
  Officer
 Email Address
President
 Virginia Sofge
  vsofge@yahoo.com 
 Vice President
 Becky Lockwood
 los3vaqueros@yahoo.com 
 Secretary
Sherry Causey
 cwcausey@yahoo.com
 Treasurer
 Melba Sexton
 melba.sexton@live.com
 Registrar
Leigh Schuelke
 cschuelke@sbcglobal.net 
 Chaplin
 Lillie Wendel
 lilabel3@aol.com 
 Historian
 Kamala Lewis
kamalalewis@gmail.com
Parlimentarian
 Pat Crisler
 pat crisler@axs4u.net