Society in Switzerland
CH - 1211 Geneva 19
- To play an active role in the cultural, educational and
social life of the country. For instance ; debates took place among the
four international schools in the Geneva area on topics relating to European/American affairs, such as the relationship
between the U.S. Constitution of 1787 and the Swiss Constitution of 1848.
- To preserve the history of our ancestors who helped to form the United States
- To continue research about the American Revolutionary War.
-To cultivate the relationship amongst the descendants.
- To support genealogy, family history, and heritage programs.
- The SAR has many members around the world.
- Some are U.S. citizens living in Switzerland, swiss citizens, or citizens of nations other than the USA but
living in Switzerland, whose ancestors aided the cause of U.S. independence.
- If you or a friend or relative are living in Switzerland are interested in SAR membership, see
the NSSAR site for information on the requirements for membership-
- Then contact the Secretary, Marie-Paule Theunissen, P.O. Box 459,
CH - 1211 Geneva 19, or : firstname.lastname@example.org
- President : Hervé de Christen, at Pully VD
- Vice-président : Arnold de Christen, at Geneva GE
- Secretary : Marie-Paule Theunissen, at Geneva GE : email@example.com
- Genealogist : Benoît de Diesbach Belleroche, at Fribourg FR : email
- National Society Sons of the American Revolution
- NSSAR Merchandise : http://store.sar.org/
- State Websites : http://www.sar.org/Membership/Society_Contacts