The Governor shall preside at all meetings of the Society, including meetings of the Board of Assistants and the Executive Committee. The Governor shall appoint all committees and perform other duties, such as arranging a program for the all member meetings. The Governor shall serve as an ex-officio member of all committees, except the Nominating Committee. The Governor may consult with the Board of Assistants between meetings and take necessary action upon the approval of a majority of the Board. Such action shall be reported at the next Board meeting and be recorded in the minutes. He/she may select a Parliamentarian as an appointed officer to serve at all meetings with a vote at all membership meetings.
The Elder shall officiate as Chaplain at any meeting of the Society. He or she shall be a faithful member of a Christian church.
The Assistant Treasurer shall perform all the duties requested by the Treasurer and the duties of the Treasurer during the absence or disability of the Treasurer.
The Historian and/or Assistant Historian(s) shall examine and report on all applications of persons applying for membership or supplemental membership, keep a complete list of all members with their lines of descent, have charge of all historical documents, including the Charter and applications, and perform other duties requested by the Governor. The Historian(s) shall work cooperatively in their review and approval of lineage papers. To the extent practical, communications shall be by electronic mail.
The Captain shall act as marshal at parades and on ceremonial occasions and carry out all duties requested by the Governor.
Serves at the pleasure of the Governor.
Immediate Past Governor
Acts in an advisory capacity to the Board of Assistants.
Deputy Governor General (DGG)
An officer of the General Society and represent the best interests of the Maryland Society and the General Society at all national meetings.
Assistant General (AG)
An officer of the General Society and represents the best interests of the Maryland Society and the General Society at all national meetings.