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Organized in 2019 by founders Janisue Rigel and Davena Liepman of Texas, The National Society Descendants of American Farmers honors American farmers by recognizing the unlimited contributions they have made in the development of our country, the bread basket of the world.  

To learn more about the various works of

The National Society Descendants of American Farmers,

please visit our Work of the Society page.

Why Join this Society?

We love this society because we feel an extra kinship with our farmer ancestors. They gave their all working the lands getting the most they could out of every square inch of soil.

They were able to bring forth their best which has shown in our country. Our farmers were the essence of America and they are a huge part of making this land of plenty happen. They have never been recognized and they 100% deserve recognition.

Our ancestors would be grateful that we are helping others by giving scholarships to those who will be walking in their footsteps as future farmers. We know with these scholarships we will help make life better for these students and thus for our country.

Our Mission

•Honor our American Farmer Ancestors who were such an important part of the success of our beloved country

•Awarding higher education scholarships to students who will follow in our ancestors’ footsteps

•Camaraderie among our members who have a shared love for American Farmers past and present


Objectives and Purpose

The objectives and purpose of this Society are to:

  • Identify and honor the memory of ancestors who were “American Farmers”

  • Living within the present boundaries of The United States of America

       July 4, 1776 – July 4, 1914

  • Produce and distribute publications relating to the history and genealogy of “American Farmers”

  • Encourage study and inspire an appreciation of the rural and country life

  • Engage in related educational, historical, genealogical, patriotic, literary and social activities

  • Educate, preserve, and increase the knowledge of the history of early American farmers

  • Charitable and educational efforts and to support patriotic, genealogical, literary, historical and social activities that further the purposes and objectives of this order within our country


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