1st VP - Patti Millan
2nd VP - Elizabeth Sewell
Chaplain - Lynda Moreau
Rec. Sec. - Carol McPherson & Judy Mills
Cor. Sec. - Ellyn Meier
Treasurer - Jeanne Williams
Registrar - Bonnie Slaughter
Historian - Bonnie Cook
Parliamentarian - Lea Martin
Richardson, daughter of Mrs. John D. Richardson, one of the first presidents of the Society, made the dedication speech.
The Monument to Major Samuel Spotts. The monument was placed by Major Spotts' granddaughter, Mrs. Blackman, of San Francisco. It was made by the New Orleans marble workers, Weiblen and Company. Mrs. Felicite Gayoso Tennent was in charge of arrangments. Her daughter, Miss Mary Perez Tennent, was, in later years, custodian of the Chalmette monument and grounds.
Major Spotts commanded the Seventh Bbattery Artillery Corps, Third Regiment. He was born inPhiladelphia, November 3, 1788. He survived the battle unscathed. He died in New Orleans.
(Thanks to State Presidnt and Past Chapter President, Pat Gallagher for this information.)
This site updated on May 19, 2016