Garcilaso de la Vega Chapter NSDAR 

Lake Worth, Florida 

Organized 29 July, 1958

Mrs. John Rostan, Organizing Regent


Garcilaso de la Vega Chapter honors the Inca as the first American Peruvian Historian of the State of Florida.  Son of Don Sebastian Garcilaso de la Vega, a Spanish Conquistador, his mother was Chimpa Ocllo, an Inca Princess.  His book describing the exploration of Hernando De Soto and the wonders and beauties of Florida was published in 1605 at Lisbon, Portugal, and entitled "La Florida."

Chapter luncheon meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 11:00 AM

October through May in Lake Worth, Florida.

2004 ~ 2005 Officers

Regent ~~ Helen Vogt Greene
Vice  Regent ~~ Susan Bosky
Chaplain ~~ Shirley Hobbs
Recording Secretary ~~ Catharine Rambeau
Corresponding Secretary ~~ Frances J. Mannos

Treasurer ~~ Susan Bosky


Registrar ~~ Judy Mahaffey


Historian ~~ Helen Vogt Greene


Librarian ~~ Edith Peterson

For information about our Chapter please email our Registrar

    For more detailed information please visit the NSDAR or FSSDAR websites.

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Last updated December 17, 2004