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Granby Chapter History
Granby Chapter was organized on February 1, 1973, in Lexington, with Organizing Regent Mrs. Nancy Fox. The chapter was named for the once flourishing village of Granby, the county seat of Lexington (circa 1785 to 1818). The community of Granby consisted of a courthouse and jail, the first bridge over the Congaree River, two early forts and several trading posts, a ferry, a mill, a blacksmith shop and a coachmaking shop.



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Mrs. Nancy Fox 
Mrs. Ganelle Frick Harman   
Miss Annie Elizabeth Kaminer 
Mrs. Elsie Rast Stuart 
Mrs. Ann Purcell 
Mrs. Maude Jeffcoat 
Mrs. Frances Ridgell 
Mrs. Mary Lou Huffman 
Mrs. Louise Lingle 
Mrs. Florence Griffin Cromer 
Mrs. Judith Kaminer Baker 
Mrs. Mary Dozier Ellsworth 
Mrs. Eula Doughtie Paddock 
Mrs. Miriam Younginer Lovett 
Mrs. Beverly DiThomas 
Mrs. Elizabeth Rauch 
Mrs. Martha Dowling Redick  
Mrs. Janice Gartman Lee
Mrs. Faye Carroll Kassing 
Mrs. Jean Floyd Smith
Mrs. Pamela Clarke Rowe Freck
Mrs. Elaine Dawkins Roberts
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Cynthia Anne Tragle Powell
Becky Jean Burbage Massengale
Jo Marie Vinson Brown
Deborah Ramona Reece Blanpied
​Rhonda Lou Causey Robison
Margaret Katheryn Weeks Aull
Nancy Elaine Benson Chambers
Mary Emile McInnis Barnette
Miriam Younginer Lovett
Elizabeth Monts Rauch
Martha Dowling Redick
​Faye Carroll Kassing
Jean Floyd Smith
Pamela Clarke Rowe Freck
Elaine Dawkins Roberts
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