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REGISTER



DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA,



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC



1886.



Compiled and Printed by direction and under supervision of ths

GejnejraIv Committee oe NlAistAQEMEi^rr,
Twentieth National Encampment.



SAN FRANCISCO:
JOSi. ^H L. THARF».

1886.






This Eegisteb of the Department of California, G. A. R., has been compiled
and printed under the direction of the General Committee Twentieth National
Encampment, for distribution to visiting Comrades, to aid them in finding their
old associates of army days.

In addition to registers of Posts, and alphabetical index of names, it contains
thennmesof all Comrades of this Department by States and organizations, an
arrangement by which any one will find under State and number of regiment,
the names of all his old Comrades of that regiment now living in this Depart-
ment, with reference to Post, where will be found the further particulars of ser-
vice and residence. Attention is invited to this feature of the Eegister. which
it is believed will be found of special value and interest.

All Comrades registering at the General Committee Headquarters. Chamber
of Commerce, 431 California street, will be presented with a copy.




TABLE OF CONTENTS.



Koster of Posts

General Committee of Management

Sub-Committees

Programme

Department of California — Officers

Post Registers 3-189

Appendix 190-192

Index by States and Organizations 193-245

Alphabetical Index 246



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Department of- California., G. A. R.




Name. No.

Addison J A 121

Alexander ColJWS 95

Amner Thomas 78

Anderson 21

Anderson Robert . . 66

Antietam 63

•Appomattox 50

At'anta 92

dkerColED.... 71

Barrett 62

Bartlett Frank 6

Belmont 101

Berry Gen 85

Burnside 36

CanbyGen 77

•Carson Kit 74

Cass Col 45

Champion Hill 100

Chattanooga 115

Corinth 80

CornmanWR 57

*Cushing 44

Custer 5

Do Long G W 45

Uix John A 42

Dixon Ken 122

•DolhirdTom 53

Donelson. 94

Dunham 86

. EddyMajE W 68

Ellsworth 20

•Evans (ien Geo S . 72

Fair Oaks 120

Farragut 4

Foote 89

Fredericksburg 97

•Garfield J A 34

Gaylord 125

Geary John W 113

•Gelcich. 106

Gettysburg 59

GodfreyJohnF.... 93

Grant 9

Halleck 19

Hancock 104

•Heintzelman 33

Hooker Joe 11

Island No 10 109

Kearney PhU 10

Kearsarge 119

Kehoo James 102

Keaesaw 123

Kilpatrick 38

•Lander 27

Lee Eddy 73



Locality. Page
San Jacinto... 184
Globe AT ....156
Boulder Creek. 136

Firndale 189

Lompoc 122

Petaluma 118

Oakland 95

Fresno 152

Newcastle 128

Prescott AT.. 116
Los Angeles... 33

Auburn 1G3

Truckee 145

Tombstone 75

Martinez 135

Napa 131

San Francisco . 87

Plymouth 162

Nevada City... 178

MarysvOle 133

S Bernardino. .109
S Buenavent'a. 84

Carson Nev 31

Honolulu HI.. 85

San Jose 80

Quincey 185

Mendocino 102

Taylor Nev 155

Kingsburg 146

Santa Paula... 124

Santa Rosa 54

Redwood City. 129

Sacramento 18T

VaUejo 29

Santa Maria. ..159
Point Arena ..149
San Francisco. 68
Upper Lake.... 188

Dixon 176

E Los Angeles.169
Tulare. . . . 'if.'fl^dij
Pasadena. . .'. . .lo^'

Modesto 45

Chico...r..;I.r. 53

Merced.. ~.- 267-r

San Diego 65

Alameda 48

Selma 172

Virginia Nev.. 47

Ukiah 182

BisbeeAT....165

Oi*ind 186

St Helena 77

Austin Nev ... 61
FaU Riv mils. 130



Name. No.

•Lincoli 1

L ol..,i^ ..iOuutain. 8S

*Lyou 8

Manstield (ieu J K. 75

Matheson Rod 16

McClellan Gen G B 84

McCookRL 26

McDermit 87

McDowell Gen 90

McPherson 51

*MeadG Gen O G . . . 48
Miller Gen John F. 110
Mitchell Gen O M, . 69

Modoc 91

Monitor 112

Morey J\V 81

Morris Lou 47

Morton Gov 41

*Negley 35

Ontario 124

Ord E O C 82

•Owens J W 83

Placerville 108

Preston Col AW... 114
Ran5om Gen T E G C6

*Rawlins 23

Riverside 118

Reno Jesse L 53

Reynolds J F 98

RocisseauLH 64

Sedgwick 17

Seward AVH 65

Sheridan Phil 7

Sherman TW 96

Shiloh 60

South Mountain ... 117

Stanton 55

Starr King 52

Steedman Gen J B. 56

Steele Fred 70

-^teyensTB 103

*SiHMer 3

•Thomas.GeoH.... 2

Union 99

Uptoft: • 29

Vicksburg 61

WaUace Capt Wm . 76
•Wallace WHL... 32

*Warren 54

•Whipple Col 49

Williamsburg 116

Winchester 105

WinslowEF 73

Wright Gen Geo... Ill
-Yates Gov Dick.... 107



Locality. Page
San Francisco. 3

Berkeley 148

Oakland 41

Red Bluff 132

Healdsburg 50

Etna 144

Watsonville... 60
Winnemucca. .147
San Rafael.... 150

Hauford 98

San Francisco. 90

Colusa. .. 173

Reno Nev 125

Adin 151

Willows 175

Guerneville 141

Livermore 89

Galistoga 79

Tucson AT... 73

Ontario 187

LosGatos 142

Phoiuix A T...143
Placerville ....171

Winters 1T7

FlagstafleAT..123

Stockton 56

Riverside 181

HoUister Ill

Santa Cruz 160

Kelseyville 119

Santa Ana 51

Woodland 120

San Jos6 38

Oroville 157

Compton 114

Loyalton 180

Los Angeles... 105
Santa Barbara.lOO

Salinas 108

S Luis Obispo..l27

Elsiuore 166

Sacramento 25

San Francisco. 14

Lemoore 161

Eureka Nev.... 62

Pomona 115

Lake City 134

Santa Cruz 63

Sacramento 103

Eureka 93

Williams 179

Anderson 168

Redding 137

Visaha 174

Traver 170



"f See, also, additional names in appendix, pages 190, 191 and 192,



Twentieth National Encampment.



G. A. R.



General Committej of Management.

S. W. BACKUS, Chairman.



STTJAnT Taylor, 1st Vice-Chairm\n.



0. Mason Kinne,
Chas. E. Wilson,
W. H. Holmes,
J. W. Staples,
D. M. Cashin,
H. T. Hobbert,
W. O.Gouia.
W. H. Dimoud,

H. Bartling, Secretary.



Jerome DeASy,
R. H. Orton,
Horace Wilson,
Wm. H, Wbarff,
J.M. Davis,
J. M.Litchaeld,
A. T. EgglestOQ,



T. K. Noble, 2d Vioe-Chairman.
Johu Lynch
R. E. Houghton,
Edward 3. Salomon.
S. J. Corbett,
John T. Cutting,
G. H. Stevens,
W. B. Hooper.
W. R. Sinedberg,

W. W. Montague, Treasurer.



Executive Committee.

S. Vt. Backus, Chairman. C. Mason Kinnk, Secretary,
W. H. Holmes, R. E. Houghton, W. O. Gould,

J. M. Davis, E. S. Salomon, J. W. Staples,

W. B. Hooper.

Finance Committee.



W. H. DiMOND, Chairman.
W. O. Gould, Vice-Chairman.

Thos. S Taylor. Ass'



Gov. Geo. Stoneman,
Hon. Geo. C. Perkins,
J. L. Tharp,

C. Kohler,

D. J. Staples,
J. E. Stetson,

E. B. Pond,

J. E. Kunkler,
Chas. Lux,
R. Tobin,
Phil. I. Fisher,
John n. Dickinson,
Timothy Hopkins,

A. P. Wimams,

B. P. Flint,
Louis Sloss,
A. E. Hecht,

G. W. Prescott,



M. J. Keating,
L. P. Holtz,
A. J. Bryant,
Peter Dean,
J. W. Shaeffer,
Geo. K. Porter,
Sidney M. Smith
A. W. Foster,
L. L. Bakei,
Ignatz Steinbart,
Geo. L. Brander,
David Cahn,
Geo. A. Fisher,
Thos. Denigan,

C. L. Taylor,

S. H. Seymour,

D. A. Macdonald
Colin M. Boyd,
J. M. Litchfield,



W. W. Montague, Treasurer.
J. M. Litchfield, Secretary,
t Secretary.

H. B. Russ,

Geo. C. Hickox,

A.^W. Scott,

W. H. L. Barnes,

J. F. Kennedy,

H. L. Dodge,

F. A. Gibbs,

R. M. Hamilton,

J. B. Rider,

William Dresbach,,

O. F. Bassett,

J. Eppinger,

Joseph Elfelt,

E. A. Denicke,

H. W. Wieland,

Columbus Waterh<ni86,

Horace Davia,

J. G. Jamea,



Gov. Geo. Stoneman,



Adolph Fried.



Auditing Committee.

C. Mason Kinne, Chainaan.

J. M. UtchQeld, J. W. Staples.

W. H. Dimond,

Committee on Programme.

W. H. Holmes, Chairman.

Alex. Forsyth.

Transportation Committee.



T. n. Goodman, Cbairman.
E. E. Houghton, K. H. Warfield,

J. M. Daviea.



Geo. W. Walts, Secretary.
John T. Cutting,



Committee on Hotels and Accommodations.

R. E. Houghton, Chairman. TV. A. Robinson, Secretary.

John Lynch. H. T. Graves, A. T. Eggleston,

Public Halls and Places of Meetings Committee.

C. R. Thompson, Secretary.
A. S. Hubbard.



R. H. Orton, Chairman.
H. T. Hobbert, M. J. Acton,

F. M. Lovell.



Mechanics' Pavilion Committee.



JoHJJ T. Cutting, Chairman.



J. H. Gilmore.
J. R. Cowen,
C. F. Bassett,
r. H. AUen,
W. J. Ruddick,



John P. Irish,
Hugh M. Burke,
Thos. Flynn,
M. Greenblatt,
M. D. Boruck,



E. W. Bushnell,
Henry Finnegass,
H. W. Frilhnan,
David Kerr,
Henry L. Davia,
J. C. BoUes,

Press Committee.

John F. Shekhan, Chairman.



A. L. Rockwell, Secretary.
Samuel J. Hendy,
Luther Wagoner,
J. J. Shephe ird,
Asa R. Wells,
M. A. McLaughlin,



Wm. M. Bunker,
W. A. Walker,
A. B. Henderson,
Frank E. Myers,
J. M. Ward,
T. J. Vivian,



H. Hudson,
Thoa. E. Flynn,
J. Boss Jackson,
T. T. WilUams,
Sunderland F. Sutherland,



Decoration Committee.

J. H. GiLMOBE, Chairman. Peteb T. Barclay, Secretary.

Wm.B. Hooper, W.B.May, E. Carlson,

Jerome Deasy, A. W. Starbird, K.Melrose,

Asa R. Wells. Franklin B. Sumner, N. T. Messer,

H. J. Babbitt, Geo. Hopps, W. M. Bramhall.

Wm. H. Wharff,



W. H. Holmea,



Alex. a. Hawea,



F. J. Symmes,



Printing Committee.

S. W. Backus, Chairman.

H. T, Hobljert.

Invitation Committee.

W. R. Smedbebg, Chairman.
J. C. Innes, E. Carlson.

D. M. Cashln,

Badge Committee.

"W. H. Whaeff, Chairman.

Wm. H. McNeil, O. B. Cnlver.



Reception Committee.



TV. H. L. Babnes, Chairman.
Washington Bartlett, H. P. Bush,

E. H. Warfleld,
Gov. Geo. Stoneman,
Gen'l John Pope,
W. R. Smedberg,
E. Carlson,
Joseph L. Tharp,
John Daggett, Lt. Gov
W. V. Farwell,



E. P. Thomas,
J. L. Boone,
J. H. Boalt,
Gen'l A. V. Kautz,
"Wm. Centre,
Geo. E. "Whitney,
Alex. G. Hawes,
W. B. May,
H. C. Dibble,
G. H. Kimble,
Edw. Pollitz,
A. P. Williams,
J. P. H. Wentworth,
C. E. Royce,
Chas. S. Neal,
E. A. Denicke,
H. Bendel,
P. B. Cornwall,
Eobt. Roy,
Geo. A. Fisher,
Ira G. Hoitt,
Louis F. Holtz,
W. H. Dimond,
Gen. O. O. Howard,



R. P. Hammond, Jr.,
Judge F. W. Lawler,
Geo. W. Elder,
Otto Norman,
J. W. Howell,
N. P. Chipman,
W. H. Parks,
Clay W. Taylor,

A. W. Randall,

B. O. Carr,
A. Malpaa,

O. R. Coghlan,
J. H. Barbour,
Geo. M. Bowman,
L. Finnigan,
Prof. Allen,
H. S. Foote,
A. G. Bennett,
E. B. Jerome,
L. W. Allum,
Geo. E. Gard,
Ira Moore,
H. A. Burnett,
Chas. E. Pinkham,

C. H. Hubbard,
O. P. Dodge,

L. Tozer,
T. W. Sheehan,
Rev. E. R. Dille,
J. R. Laine,
Frank Miller,
Oen. 0. McEeeTer.



N. T. Messeb, Secretary.
John Hetherington,
Geo. W. Bowie,
A. L. Gartley,
M. H. Bailhache,
Dr. W. F. McNutt,
Dr L. C. Lane,
Dr. W. E. Taylor,
Dr. Henry Gibbons, Jr.,
Dr. Benj. R. Swan,
Hon. Walter H. Levy,
Jas. J. E. Hawkins,
Fleet F. Strotber,
N. W. Spaulding,
Robt. Westwater,
Dr. W. P. Gibbons,
Dr. T. H. Pinkerton,
Dr. G. W. Graves,
John P. Dunn,
Dr. W. R. Cluness,
Dr. H. Latham,
Dr. H. Mays,
Dr. W. S. Thome,
Dr. A. W. Saxe,
Major E. B. Beaumont,

E. C. Jordan,

S. D. Waterman,

F. C. Berry,

Hon. John F. Finn,
Hon. John Hunt,
Hon. T. H. Rearden,
Hon. T. K. Wilson,
Hon. M. A. Edmonds,
Q«n. W. R. Shafter,



deception Committee— Continued.



Stuart Taylor,
John W. Shaefifer,
Henry Elckhoff,
P. F. Walsh,
Walter Turnbull,
Chas. E. Travers,
Geo. Spaulding,
Ed. L. G. Steele,
F. L. Castle,
C. F. Roberts,



Chas. E. Wilson,
A. K. Briggs,
J. J. Lyon,
Dr. Chas. T. Deane,
Wm. L. Merry,
Hon. Geo. C. Perkins
Jacob S. Taber,



G. A. Piitnam,

Frank Smith,

H. H.Linnell,

J. H. G. Weaver,

J. B. Brown,

J. D. H. Chamberlalu,

A. Wiley,

W. G. Bonner,

C. W. Long,

W. H. Pratt,



Hon. J. V. Coffey,
Hon. J. F. Sullivan,
Hon. J. G.lilaguire,
Hon. D. J. Murphy,
Hon. D. J. Toohy,
Hon. W. H. Van Fleet,
Alfred Daggett,
Thomas Thompson,
Hon. E. M. Gibson,
Hugh Craig.



Excursion Committee.



Chairman.

Wm. Center,
A. J. Bryant,
F. M. Lovell,
J. M. Donahue,
T. H. Goodman,
D. B. Jackson,
C. F. Crocker,



W. H. Pknfielt), Secretary.
W. T. Fitzgerald,

E. F. Adams,
Wendell Easton,
J. B. Lauck,

F. S. Douty,
H. R. Judah.



Entertainment Committee.

J. M. Davis, Chairman. A. J. Vinins, Secretary.

Frank J. Symmes, Moses Wasserman, W. L. Duncan.

G. B. Corwin,

Parade and Review Committee.



T. H. Allen, Secretary.
Z. P. Clark,
W. O. Gould,
W. H. Dimond,



E. S. Salomon, Chairman.
Jamea Kip, P. H. McGrew,

Eugene Lehe, Fr.ink W. Sumner,

L. L. BromweU, C. B. Hutchins,

J. L. Lyon.

Music Committee.

A. T. EoaLESTON, Chairman. W. H. Penpield, Secretary.

J. H. Culver, M. Gray. L. B. Edwards.

R. M. Apgar, J. H. Mork, Geo. M. McCarty.

Committee on Horses, Carriages and Equipments.

John Tuttle, Chairman. H. T. Hobbert, Secretary.

C. C. Shattuck, Andrew Hollywood, H. L. Chambers.

Police and Streets Committee.

D. M. Cashin, Chairman. M. L. Q. O'Brien, Secretary.
Frank Buxton, E. F. Loud, Dan'lMcLeod,

Louia Kruger, Sam'l Deal, B. J. Falls

Wm. J. Mallady,



Grand Banquet Committee.

J W STAPLES, Chairman. Alfred Gkeenebaum. Secretary.

PR Thompson W.R.Thomas. B.P.Hammond.

C. K. Thompson, Keatin" Jerome H. Backua.

K. D. Sweetser. ^- ^ ■ ■o-eaxiUo,

G. G. Burnett, B- H. Pond.

Camp-Fire Committee.

^, . .Toq SiMOKsoN Secretary,

-Will H. Voorhees, Chairman. Jos. simonsu

/-o^ w Piitin-? David Scannell.
Orrin Taber, Geo. t. iJ UKins,

H. 0. Dibble. S. Cahen,

Registration. Rosters and Bulletins.

HORACE WILSON, Chairman. J- A. ^^^^^^^'f ^'^^^r

J. D. Kuggles. A. G. Bennett, Eugene Wiegand, Compiler.

George L. Voorhees, J. R- Scupham.

Fireworks Committee.

^,_ . „ WW. Magart. Secretary

J. G. GlESTlNG, Chairman, "'• "_

B. W. Bushnell, Jo- Simonson, C. H. anna.

F. R. Morton,

Army of the Potomac Committee.

E. S. SALOMON, Chairman. W- B- Pakhell Secretary.

B G Barney W. H. Fitton, W. R. Smedberg.

B.G.itorney J. W. Staples.

R. H. Warfield, (-• 1^- l^oyce,

J. W. Howell, r. M. Cooley.

Loyal Legion Committee.

-,. . „ W B. Smedberg. Secretary.

W. H. DiMOND, Chairman, \*. xv. om ',...„

"• • T? TT Pond Montgomery Fletcher,

ffcoZtr Winfie7sc'ott,

C Sason Sie, Channcey McKeever. Edward Carlson.

C. B. Thompson, E. S. Salomon,

Woman's Relief Corps Committee.

G H. STEVENS, Chairman. T. C. mIsteller. Secretary.

E. K. Russell, James G. Steele. Albert Brown.

Mejcican Veteran Association Committee.

.„, ^ T. R p Hnrnmond David Scannell.

Wm. L. Duncan, "• ^- tiammonu,

Sam'i Deal,



Programme for the Twentieth National Encampment, G. A. R.,
To be Held at San Francisco, Cal., August, 1886.

FIRST DAY— MONDAY, AUGUST 2d.

Details from aU Posts in the city to be on duty for escort and reception pur-
poses to arriving Comrades and Organizations, in pursuance of general or special
orders.

All of the Posts located in this city, as well as any others in this Department
who may feel disposed to do so, are requested to establish headquarters in some
public hall or rooms where they may be prepared to receive and greet all visiting
Comrades as they arrive, continuing same through the week.

Meeting nf Executive Committee of Ike National Council of Administration at Nation-
al Headquarters, Occidental Hotel, at 2 o'clock p. m.

Evening, 8 o'clock.

Review of the Second Brigade of the National Guard of California, General W.
H. Dimond commanding, at the Mechanics' Pavilion, at 8 o'clock, p. M., tendered
to the Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, to be followed by
a Reception and Grand Ball to the Officers and Delegates of the National Encamp-
ment, G. A. R., and of the National Convention of the Woman's Relief Corps.
" Society of the Army of the Potomac."

Business meeting for Army Corps Societies, 11 o'clock, a. m.

Business meeting of Society of the Army of the Potomac, at 2 o'clock, p. m.

Reception by Mayor of city; Oration, Poem, Etc., Etc., 8 o'clock, p. m.

SECOND DAY— TUESDAY, AUGUST 3d.
Grand Parade — 10 a. m. — Grand Parade of the National Encampment, the Grand
Army and all kindred societies, in accordance with special programme to be pre-
pared by the Committee on Grand Parade.

Evening.
8 p. M. — Parade and escort to Commandcr-in-Ckief and Staff, National Officers and
Members of Encampment, and General reception at the Mechanics' Pavilion, said
reception to be tendered to the National Encampment, (he Army of the Potomac,
the Loyal Legion, Woman's Relief Corps, and all kindred societies with addresses
of welcome by the Governor of the State, Mayor of the City, and Department
Commander, in accordance with a special i>rogramme prepared by the Committee
on Reception.

THIRD DAY- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4th.

National Encampment. — 10 a. m.— Meeting of the National Encampment in legis-
lative session, to continue through the day.

Meeting of the National Convention of Woman's Relief Corps, at Irving Hall,
commencing at 10 o'clock, a. m.

Excursion via the San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad, to Santa Rosa and
Sonoma Valley, Cal., and reception by citizens thereof.



Evening.

Grand Testimonial Concert at the Mechanics' Pavilion, tendered to the Com-
mander-in-Chief of the G. A. R., the Governors of the several States, and other
distinguished guests, together with the members of the Grand Army, and other
kindred societies, with chorus of one thousand voices, assisted by one hundred
musical instruments to render National airs and lyrics.

" Society of the Army of the Potomac." Grand Banquet to the Society, 8
o'clock.

Beoeptlon at the several Post Headquarters of G. A. R. throughout the city.

FOURTH DAY— THURSDAY, AUGUST 5th.
DuKiNG THE Day.
Meeting of the National Encampment continued.
Meeting of National Convention ot Woman's Relief Corps continued.
Excursion to, and reception by the citizens of Santa Cruz, Cal.

Evening.

Grand Banquet. — Grand Banquet tendered to the Officers and Members of the
National Encampment, to be arranged by the Committee on Grand Banquet.

General Reception and Entertainment at the Mechanics' Pavilion and at the va-
rious Post Headquarters.

FIFTH DAY— FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th.

DUEINO THE DAT.

Meeting of National Encampment continued.

Meeting of the National Convention of the Woman's Relief Corps continued.

Excursion to Monterey, Cal., and Grand Picnic Excursion over the North Pacific

Coast Railway.

Evening.

General Reception at the Metropolitan Temple, at 8 o'clock, tendered by the
National Convention of the Woman's Relief Corps, to the National Encampment
of the G. A. R.; Society of the Army of the Potomac; Military Order of the Loyal
Legion of the U. S.; and all kindred societies, with address of welcome by Sarah
E. Fuller, National President Woman's Relief Corps, followed with addresses by
the Governor of the State; Mayor of the City; Commander-in-Chief and Depart-
ment Commander of the G. A. R., and other able representatives of the Grand
Army and Relief Corps, together with a Special Musical Programme, to be pre-
pared for the occasion.

Reception at the several Post Headquarters.

BIXTH DAY— SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th.
DuKiNG THE Day.
Grand excursion tendered to the Officers and Members of the National Encamp,
ment, around the Bay of San Francisco.

Evening.
Grand Camp-Fire. — Closing exercises of the week with a Grand Camp-fire of tha
combined forces at the Mechanics' Pavilion.



MONDAY, AUGUST 9th.

Excursion to Oakland. Grand Reception by the citizens of that city tendered
to the newly-elected officers of the National Encampment, and members thereof.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10th.
Excursion to San Jos^. Grand Reception by the citizens of that city, tendered
to the newly elected officers of the National Fncampment, and members thereof.

■WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, AUGUST 11th and 12th.
Excursion to Sacramento, via Napa Valley, reaching Sacramento Wednesday
evening, August 11th, where a grand reception will be tendered to the newly-
elected officers of the National Encampment, together with members thereof, and
continued until the following day.

List of Committees.
Decorations,
Printing,
Invitations,
Badges,
Reception,
Excursions,
Entertainments,
Parade and Review,
Music,
Horses, Carriages and

Equipments,
Police and Streets,



General Management,

Executive,

Finance,

Auditing,

Progi'amme,

Transportation,

Hotels and Accommoda-
tions,

Public Halls and Places of
Meetings,

Mechanics' Pavilion,

Press,



Grand Banquet,

Camp Fire,

Registration, Rosters and
Bulletins.

Fire-works,

Army of Potomac,

Loyal Legion,

Woman's Relief Corps,

Mexican Veteran Associa-
tion,

Advisory Committee.



By Order of the General Committee,
H. BABTLING, Secretary. 8. W. BACEDS, Chairman,



TJEPRRTMENT OF CHLIFDRNIH.



OFFICERS.

Commander W. B. Smedbeeg San Francisco

Sen. Vice Com Geo. E. Gard Los Angeles.

Jun. Vice Com S. F. Daniels Oakland.

Medical Director N. S. Hamlin Marysville.

Chaplain W. L. Stephens St. Helena.

OFFICIAL STAFF.

Assistant Adjutant General Thomas S. Tatlob

San Francisco.
Assistant Q. M. General K. H. Oeton

San Francisco.

Inspector R. S. Johnson

Stockton.
Judge Advocate , W. H. L. Babnes

San Francisco.

Chief Mustering Officer , L. B. EDWAEoa

Oakland.
Senior Aide-de-Camp Will H. Vooehees

San Francisco.

COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION.

J. H. Barboue, Geo. L. Haeeis

C. E. KOYCE,

Allen T. Bibd, Fbank D. Sweetzee.

PAST ©EPARTMENT COM5IANOER8.

W. H. Aiken San Francisco

E. Caelson San Francisco

S. W. Backus San Francisco

S. P. Ford San Francisco

C. Mason Kinne «.. San Francisco

W. A. Kobinson San Francisco

J. W. Staples San Francisco

J. M. Davis San Francisco

R. H. Waefield Healdsburg

Delegates to the National Encampment. Alteenates.

STUART TAYLOR, (at large.) GEORGE BABCOCK, (at large.)

W. H. L. BARNES, A. G. BENNETT,

T. F. LAYCOCK, E. B. EDWARDS,

N. P. CHIPI\IAN, P. H. McGREW,

E. S. SALOMON, T. H. ALLEN.

Speoiaii Aide-de-Camps.

C. A. FuLLEB, Atlanta Post, 92 Fresno

J. L. Skinner, Sumner Post, 3 Sacramento

T. A. McLaughlin, Geo. H.Thomas Post, 2 San Francisco

Z. N. GoLDSBY, J. F. Reynolds Post, 98 Santa Cruz

Geo. W. Ficks, Sumner Post, 3 Sacramento

T.J. Riley, Rod Matbeson Post, IG Healdsburg

Feank T. Singer, W. R. Cornman Post, 57 San Bernardino

Ed. Schwartz, J. W. Owens Post, 83 Phoenix, A. T.

J. L. Lyon, Appomattox Post, 50 Oakland

E. R. BIeeeiman, Jno. A. Dix Post, 42 San Jose

D. W. Field, Staniou Post, 55 Los Angeles

H. T. Smith, Lyon Post, 8 Oakland

J. B. Fuller, Corinth Post, 80 Marysville

Chas. Jansen, Geo. H. Thomas Veteran Guard San Francisco



LINCOLN POST, No. 1



SAN FRANCISCO, CAX.



OFFICKRS, 1886.

S. J. CORBETT Commander

WM. H. WHA RFF Senior Vice-Commander

GEO. H. FULLER Junior Vice-Commander

WILL H. VOORHEES Adjutant

J. C. BOLLES Quartermaster

GEO. G. GERE, M. D Surgeon

M. IVIURPHY Cliaplain

HUGH J. BRADY Officer of the Day

W. F. RAKDALL. ' Officer of the Guard

T. C. MASTELLER ..Sergeant Major

H. T. HOBBERT Quartermaster Sergeant

JOHN F. "WHARPF .Inside Sentinel

MARTIN GOBERTZ ." Outside Sentinel

D. J. KING Librarian



Meeting, every Thursday, at 8 p. m., in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy Street.



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