STATE COURT-COURT OF HONOR Badges, 1920's

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Location Sevierville, TN 37864
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2 different Badges, 1 of the badges has the center piece crooked in place, from the mid 1920's to 1930's era. etc. The National Society of the Dames of the Court of Honor is an organization of women not less than sixteen (16) years of age who can trace direct lineal descent from a Commissioned Officer of any one or more of the earlier American Wars between the years 1607 through 1865 or from a Colonial Governor, during the period 1607-1775. The Motto of the Society is: “Noblesse Oblige”, translates; “Rank carries obligation”, and signifies that each member is to carry a high standard of living, loyalty to our country and Honor among women, especially for those with whom we are banded together. Miss Mary Florence Taney founded The National Society Dames of the Court of Honor in 1921, in Campbell County, Newport, Kentucky. The Society has been Incorporated in the State of Ohio, since 1928 and as a nonprofit corporation since 1985 and is also registered with the IRS as a 501 (c)(3) organization. Women of good character, not less than sixteen years of age, who have the endorsement of two members and can qualify for lineal descent from a commissioned officer of one or more of the earlier American wars between the years 1607 through 1865, including any of the following periods: Colonial Wars 1607-1775, The American Revolution 1775-1783, The War of 1812 1784-1815, Mexican War 1845-1848, and the War Between the States 1861-1865 or from a Colonial Governor who has served in the Colonial Period of 1607 to 1775 will be considered for membership.

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