This Website is intended to benefit members, friends, the curious, and especially those still young in their education.
As descendants of those Patriots who supported the American Revolutionary War of Independence, we look for inspiration and guidance from our forebears and can find much from our first Commander in Chief—George Washington.
“Labour to keep alive in your breast that little spark of celestial fire—conscience.”
“Associate with men of good quality, if you esteem your own reputation, for it is better to be alone than in bad company.”
“Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder.”
The Presidents Speak by Sothern Heritage Prints, Huntsville, AL , 1984
The Andrew Jackson Chapter was the first formed in the Tennessee Society, Sons of the American Revolution. Over the century, other regions of the Volunteer State have begun chapters in their areas. We operate primarily in the Davidson County, metro Nashville and surrounding county area. We chose our name to honor our seventh president whose home, The Hermitage, is in Davidson County. “Old Hickory” had limited experience in the Revolutionary War and is better known for his 1814 “Little Trip to New Orleans” at the end of the War of 1812.
For information about membership, click the “membership” link under the “about us” tab above.
Andrew Jackson’s philosophies include “A man who knows only one way to spell a word isn’t much of a man.” Please use the “contact us” tab to inform us should you spot an IBM error (they built a keyboard with the wrong key under the finger). We should not be too manly.
The Hermitage Home Page Thank you, ladies who formed the Andrew Jackson Foundation.