The National Society
Lewis L. Neilson, Jr., Chairman/Chancellor
Mrs. Herbert Smith, President
Mr. Southwick Cary Briggs, Marshall
Link To What's New
Link to partners information
Link to 2015 Celebration
LINK to video at "beta site"
Link to request dinner invitation - April 13, 2013
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Quick Links TO Ancestral Overview & Forms & Immigrants & Barons & Knights of the Garter
MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION AND FORMS SUCCESSOR INFORMATION MC2007
Listen To Music From the 2002 Exhibit of the 1297 Magna Carta - A Tribute to England and America -
Welcome to the Web Page of the National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons. Instituted in 1909, the Society is a 501(c)(3) organization composed of over 17,000 ladies and gentlemen throughout the world. With Divisions in 31 States and with 24 Chapters or Colonies, we provide information and education concerning Magna Charta at meetings during the year. We include a listing of the 2008 meeting dates in the Members Section of the Website. We include the detailed purposes of the Society. We include membership information including lineage forms which can be printed or downloaded. The Society also has provided excellent Educational Tours. The next Tour will be scheduled when we have sufficient interest. We include information concerning insignia, certificates and Barons Bars for the Society. We include a table of contents. We have a special page which lists new information which is added to the Site, most recently on January 9, 2008. We have included links to talks and video from our annual luncheons or dinners in Washington DC in April. Our next Washington area dinner is scheduled for Saturday, April 11, 2015. - Request Invitation.
The purpose of the Web Page is to provide information to our members, to provide an introduction to our Society, and to further our purposes.
The office of the Society is normally open from 9:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. There is an answering service on the telephone. You may also write to the Society at the address below or send a fax to the fax number below. If you have feedback, please click here for an electronic form. We hope that you will contact the Society with questions.