We will be having a joint meeting with the House of Burgesses Chapter, US Daughters of 17th Century at the Virginia War Memorial, Richmond, Virginia, 22 September 2018.


Keeling Rowe


Green Lawn Cemetery
Bowling Green, Caroline County, Virginia
Marked - May 21, 2011 by:
The Madisons of Montpelier & Eliza Monroe Chapters
National Society United States Daughters of 1812

1785   Keeling Rowe, born in Caroline County, Virginia,
son of Rachel Keeling and Thomas Rowe

1813   Keeling Rowe enlisted as a Private in the
109th Regiment(Muse’s) Virginia Militia

1835   Keeling Rowe married Fanny Bates

1842   Daughter, Mary Elizabeth, was born in
Caroline County,Virginia

1869   Keeling Rowe dies and was buried on the family
farm inCaroline County, Virginia, then moved to
Green Lawn Cemetery

CDXVIIC- 1812 Chaplain - Marking of Fleetwood  




The Madisons of Montpelier Chapter of the Daughters of 1812
and the House of Burgesses Chapter of Colonial Dames CDXVIIC
recently shared a very special historic home marking.  They
marked the grave of Martin Fishback for his military service
in the War of 1812.  Martin was the grandson of the original
owner of Fleetwood, Johannes Fischbach.  The joint meeting
and luncheon was held at the Fauquier Country Club. 
Following the luncheon, the group went to
the home, Fleetwood, where the 1812 chapter marked
the grave site, which is adjacent  to the home.




Members decorated this Christmas tree at the McGuire Veterans
Hospital on 27 November 2012



Rappahannock Historical Society


Spirit of 1812 Award Application


1812 Pensions Project


Maryland Historical Society Star Spangled Banner Project




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