Ann Daniels Hallgren was born in Washington D. C., daughter of Major Morris Simpson Daniels (USA) and Martha Baggett (Nichols) Daniels. She was married to the late Major George William Hallgren, Sr. (USMCR). Ann is the mother of one daughter, Jan Hallgren and two sons, Jon Morris Hallgren and George William Hallgren, Jr. She resided in Bel Air, Maryland.

Her early education was in Washington D.C. schools and later attended Harford College. Professionally Ann spent five years with Daughters of the American Revolution, National Headquarters, Washington D.C., in their Genealogical Records Department. Mrs. Hallgren spent much of her adult life as a volunteer with the Girl Scouts; The Christ Child Home for Emotionally Disturbed Children; Red Cross; Parent Teacher Association and assisting others in genealogical research. She served as a volunteer at the Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, Maryland.


  • Hereditary Society Community of the United State of America (former member of the Advisory Council)
  • National Gavel Society
  • Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry (former President General)
  • Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in the United States of America
  • National Society Americans of Royal Descent
  • Order of Three Crusades 1096-1192 (Registrar General)
  • National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Colonial Dames of America
  • Dames of the Court of Honor
  • National Society United States Daughters War of 1812 (former President of Maryland Society; National Chairmanships)
  • National Huguenot Society (Registrar of Washington D.C. Society; National Chairmanships)
  • Society of the Descendants of the Colonial Clergy
  • Hereditary Order of the Descendants of Colonial Governors (Councilor General)
  • Sons and Daughters of the Colonial & Antebellum Bench & Bar 1565-1861
  • National Society Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters 1607-1861
  • United Daughters of the Confederacy (Maryland State Parliamentarian; former Recorder of Military Crosses for Maryland Society)
  • National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century (former President of Maryland Society; National Chairmanships)
  • Daughters of the Republic of Texas
  • National Society Magna Charta Dames
  • National Society of New England Women (former Assistant Treasurer General)
  • Colonial Daughters of America (National Chairmanships)
  • National Society Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (former President National)
  • Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War 1861-1865
  • National Society Daughters of the American Colonist (former Atlantic Coast National Vice President)
  • Hereditary Order of Descendants of Loyalists and Patriots of the American Revolution
  • Hereditary Order First Families of Massachusetts (Governor of Maryland Society)
  • National Society Descendants of Early Quakers (National Corresponding Secretary)
  • Society of Daughters of Holland Dames
  • Guild of St. Margaret of Scotland
  • Old Plymouth Colony Descendants
  • National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims
  • National Society Southern Dames of America
  • Plantagenet Kings of England
  • Piscataqua Pioneers
  • National Society Children of the American Revolution (former Sr. State Registrar for Maryland Society)
  • National Society Children of American Colonists (former Sr. National Vice President of Atlantic Coast Section)
  • Society of Daughters of the United States Army
  • Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars (National Corresponding Secretary)


Mrs. Hallgren belonged to a number of family associations, including: The Hull Family Association; the Association of Blauvelt Descendants; the Mapes Family Association; and The Bruce Family Society. She also held memberships in Eastern Star; P.O.E. Sisterhood; and the National Rifle Association.