Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard Photo Gallery
Rededication of DAR Marker DAR Drover's Inn Marker Drover Inn Site Williamsburg, Missouri Sunday, October 27, 2013
Pictured here is the MOSSAR Color Guard team on Sunday, October 27, 2013. The MOSSAR Color Guard team assisted with the Presentation of Colors and a Musket Firing during the Rededication of DAR Marker, for the Drover Inn Site near Williamsburg, Missouri just east of Columbia, Missouri on B Highway North.
There are five markers in Callaway County. A Rededication of DAR Marker, for the Drover Inn Site (1836), is 0.2 miles east of Williamsburg, 100 yards north of the road on private property near Williamsburg, Missouri.
Left Photo - The MOSSAR Color Guard Musket Firing team is shown here during the Rededication of DAR Marker, for the Drover Inn Site near Williamsburg, Missouri just east of Columbia, Missouri on B Highway North, Sunday, October 27, 2013.
Center Photo - Picture of the monument with the inscription "Boones Lick Road; Drover's Inn 1836; Marked by the Daughters of the American Revolution and the State of Missouri 1913.
Right Photo - (L-R): Compatriot James L. Scott; Compatriot Bill Grote; Diana Ritter (Independence Pioneers DAR Chapter); Compatriot Alvin L. Paris; Compatriot Marty White; Compatriot Wayne Merrill; Loretta Paris, (Adam Yeager DAR Chapter); Compatriot Jack K. Quint; and Compatriot Bill Groth.