August 17 – David Crockett’s 233rd Birthday Celebration – 2-5PM on the grounds of CTM. Free event. Birthday treats, re-enactors, story telling, music, blacksmith, tours of the museum.
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Errol Flannery, Chairman of the Board of the Direct Descendants & Kin of David Crockett gives Sally Baker, Curator, a donation for the Crockett Tavern & Museum. Sally is a beautiful example of faithfulness to the Museum & Tavern that upholds the memory and history of David Crockett.
CROCKETT CABIN IN RUTHERFORD—Chapters in my district of Daughters of the American Revolution make annual donations to the cabin. Reelfoot DAR is the most active and in touch with the Cabin
I got permission to print this paragraph from a meeting report in the local paper. “Thank you Linda Lofton!“
Ms Lofton gave the TSDAR Historical site report about the David Crockett Cabin and Museum in Rutherford. It is a full-size replica of the Crockett family cabin restored with timbers from his mother’s cabin. All but a few of the logs from the original cabin were destroyed by fire before the cabin could be reconstructed on the site in Rutherford near the high school. If anyone is interested in visiting the cabin museum, they should contact Mayor Sandy Simmons at 731-655-7166 at Rutherford City Hall.
Please remember to pay your dues for the 2021-22 year so that you can participate on our Facebook Page, share lineage and history and help our younger members know their lineage. Our dues are $30.00 and are paid annually. Our membership year runs from July 1 to June 30. You can pay online or you can mail your dues to DDDC & Kin, 11412 N 153rd East Avenue, Owasso, OK 740552022 Dues Form
Working together we can strengthen our organization!
Hope to hear from you soon.