Welcome to the Tennessee SAR Website. The Tennessee SAR, Sons of the American Revolution, currently has 21 Chapters and over 1,200 members. Our Society supports and works closely with the Children of the American Revolution and The Daughters of the American Revolution promoting American Heritage.

    Our Mission:

Perpetuating the stories of patriotism, courage, sacrifice, tragedy, and triumph of the men and women who achieved the independence of the American people in the belief  that these stories are universal ones of man's eternal struggle against tyranny, relevant to all time, and will inspire and strengthen each succeeding generation as it too is  called upon to defend our freedoms on the battlefield and in our public institutions, including the stories of those brave men and women who came to this Tennessee  wilderness with little more than their raw grit and determination and proceeded to claw out a gracious society of which WE are the recipients.

Interested in becoming a member?

Are you interested in becoming a member of the Tennessee SAR? The link below will get you started by picking a Chapter in the area where you reside.  Make contact with them and you will be provided with information to aid in your wishes to become a member.


Chapter Color Guard Grant Request Form

Each of the TNSAR Chapters is eligible for a $250.00 grant to help seed the start-up of a chapter color guard or enhance the chapter's existing color guard.  These projects could range from flags to parade rifles to musical instruments to tricorn hats to anything that might add value and visibility to the color guard.  Funds must be dispersed by 12/31/1017.

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2017 Congress Report

The 2017 SAR Congress was held in Knoxville July 6 - 13.  To view a report from Tennessee SAR State President David Johnston and view a few photos from the week's events, please click the link below..

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Wreaths Across America

The Tennessee SAR and it's Chapters are activily involved in the Wreaths Across America program which occurs in December each year across the U.S. and Europe at our Veteran's Cemeteries.  This program sells sponsorships for wreaths which are placed on the Veteran's headstones.  A video of one of the ceremonies may be seen by clicking the link below …

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David E. Johnston


Steven Allen Gaines
Membership Secretary

Roger A. Tenney
Recording Secretary
Motto: "Libertas et Patria"