DuVal Family Association
Incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia

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The DuVal Family Association is dedicated to the descendants of Daniel DuVal who arrived on the York River of Virginia, aboard the Nassau, in 1701. We meet every two years in a fun location.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE FROM THE FIRST DUVAL ASSOCIATION REUNION - 1936

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From the Nashville (Tennessee) Banner, September 2nd, 1936

DUVAL FAMILY REUNION ELECTS NASHVILLIAN AS NATIONAL LEADER

Descendants of Samuel DuVal, Revolutionary soldier of Huguenot descent, held a reunion last Saturday, in the dining-room of McKendree Methodist Church for the purpose of organizing a family association. McKendree Church was chosen as a meeting place in recognition of the sentiment attached to the memory of a member of the family, the Rev. James Gwin, an early pastor of the church who also served as Andrew Jackson's army chaplain.

Greetings from the members of the family living in Nashville were extended by Lee Baskette and Robert DuVal of Springfield, Tenn. gave the response. Mrs. Margaret Buchanan of Richmond, Ky., gave a short talk on Samuel DuVal and his plantation, Mt. Comfort, VA., now Chestnut Hill and Highland Park sections in Richmond,Va.

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