Illinois Court of Assistants
National Society Women Descendants of the
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company
This page was last updated: May 14, 2016
The Illinois Court -
We are a group of 45 ladies who can trace our ancestry to a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts.  We reside primarily in Illinois and carry out the ideals of the National Society.

The Illinois Court was organized on 13 November 1941 by Ruth Bent Sapp (Mrs. Frederick Arthur).  Our court has admitted over 260 ladies to membership since that time.

To celebrate our 60th anniversary, we published a book containing biographies of all ancestors of our members.
Our Officers -

President - B.A. Church

Vice President - Lauri Carey

Chaplain - Cherrill Corby Lewis

Secretary - Linda Walker

Treasurer - Kelly Carey

Registrar - Cary Stone-Greenstein

Historian/Librarian - Wauline Quick

Color Bearer - Mary Triplett

Deputies - Christie Noble
Debra Van Sant
Marlene' Seymour

The Illinois Court, NSWDAHAC is solely responsible for content on its own pages.  We claim no responsibility for content on linked pages.

Our Meetings -
We meet three times each year, in various locations around the state.
Do you want to know more?
If you would like to join our group or learn more about our organization, please contact our webmistress.

You may also visit the National Society web page.
Since May 14, 2005 you are visitor number
Did your ancestor serve?
The most comprehensive listing of A&H members is: Members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in the colonial Period 1638-1774 by Maude Roberts Cowan.  It is available in many libraries.  Or, you can contact our webmistress.