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find our Fraternity broader, our Charity purer, and our Loyalty more
devoted.

By command of
Official: GEORGE H. PATCH,

James F. Meech, De'partment Commander.

Assista nt Adjtt ta nt-General.



Headquarters Department of Massachusetts,

Grand Army of the Republic,

53 Tremont St., Room 3.

General Orders, \ Boston, June 30, 1S82.

No. 5. i

I. General Orders No. 17 and 18, old series, and No. 1, new series,
from National Headquarters are herewith promulgated. Special atten-
tion is called to the paragraphs in No. 1 relative to recruiting.

II. A new National countersign is hereby forwarded, and Com-
manders of Posts will in no case communicate the same to any comrade
who is not in good standing. The slip will be destroyed after being read.

III. Adjutants' and Quartermasters' reports for second quarter AviU
be due July 1, and it is important that they should be forwarded promptly.
Adjutants and Quartermasters are reminded that they should confer not
only regarding the number reported last quarter, but account for the
gains and losses and give the names as called for in the Recapitulation
of Muster Roll, and notes 1, 2, 3 and 4. Care should be taken that the
number remaining in good standing in form A and the number paid for
in form B shall agree. Post Commanders will see that all requirements
are complied with, and, after signing both reports, forward the same,
together with thej*(^/- capita tax, eight (8) cents per member, to these
headquarters. All Posts from whom correct reports have not been
received by the 15th of July Avill be reported in General Orders, in com-
pliance with instructions of National Encampment.

IV. The following additional Posts are announced, viz. : —

Geo. H. Mantien Post 133, Plainville, Wm. H. Wade, Commander
(reorganized).

Isaac Davis Post 138, West Acton, Chas W. Parker, Commander
(new).

Robert G Shaw Post 14(5, New Bedford, C. H. Harrison, Com-
mander (reorganized).



SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 139



V. The address of Geo. P. Buswell, late Corporal in Co. B, 21st
Regt. Vet. Reserve Corps, who served in that command Avhile it was sta-
tioned near Albanj', N.Y., in the latter part of iSG-t, is wanted at this office.

By command of
Official: GEORGE H. PATCH,

James F. Meech, Department Commander.

Assistant Adjutant-General



Headquarters Department of Massachusetts,

Grand Army of the Republic,

53 Tremont Street, Room 3

General Orders, ") Boston, July 21, 1882.

No. 6. /

I. General Orders No. 2, from National Headquarters, is herewith
forwarded.

II. As some Post Commanders have been unable to find the solution
of the cipher — countersign promulgated in last General Orders, — they
are respectfully referred to page G of the Ritual.

III. One hundred and forty-two (142) Posts of this Department
submitted correct reports to this office within the time allowed, for
which they have the thanks of the Department Commander and the satis-
faction of duty well performed. The remaining four (4) Posts, viz ,
Post 55, Taunton; Post 112, South Scituate; Post 124, East BridgeAvater
and Post 135, Shrewsbury, have not reported to date, and are conse-
quently announced as in arrears for reports as per instructions. It is
the earnest hope of the Commander that a repetition of this report Avill
not be necessary.

IV. Several Department Officers have not forwarded reports of the
spring visitation of Posts, and in some instances it is known at this office
that such visits have not been made, and partly because of the failure of
Post Commanders to arrange for proper meeting. The attention of Post
Commanders as well as Department Officers is called to the importance
of these visits, and prompt return of report of the same.

V. Post 14 has been reorganized with its original name and number,
viz., C. C. Phillips Post 14, Hopkinton, T. N. Drawbridge, Commander.

VI. Post 8G of Maynard has surrendered its charter, and members
of that Post will be transferred to Post 138, Acton.

By command of
Official: GEORGE H. PATCH,

James F. Meech, Department Commander.

Assistant Adjutant-General.



Headquarters Department of Massachusetts, j

Grand Army of the Republic, |-

53 Tremont St., Roo.m 3 J

General Orders, \ Boston, Sept. 2G, 1882.

No 7. /

I. General Orders No. 4, and Circular, from National Headquarters
are herewith promulgated.

II. A year's supply of blank .\djutants' and Quartermasters' reports
together with envelopes have just been forwarded to each Post Com-
mander. Failure to receive the same will be at once reported to this
office.



140 HISTORY DEPT. MASS., G.A.K.



Ill Consolidated reports from Massachusetts were the first to be
received last quarter at National Headquarters, with only four (4) Posts
missing. It is hoped that a better record ma,v be made for this quarter.
To that end the attention of Officers of Posts is called to paragraph III.,
General Orders, No 5, from these headquarters. The announcement
therein made will be strictly followed.

IV. The detail for spring visits to the Posts of this Department, as
announced in General Orders, No. 3, will remain in force, and the same
officers will inspect the Posts therein assigned. The necessary blanks
will be at once furnished together Avith instructions, and it is expected
that Commanders of Posts will co-operate to the fullest extent, that the
inspection of every Post may be completed, and report of same on form
H made to this office prior to December I

V. The following Posts have been organized since last General
Orders : —

W. L. Baker Post 86, Northampton, W. C. Pomeroy, Commander.
Samuel Sibley Post 137, East Douglass, Geo. H. Walker, Com-
mander.

By command of

GEORGE H. PATCH,
Official : Department Commander.

James F. Meech,

Assistant Adjutant-General ■



Headquarters Department of Massachusetts,

Gr.\nd Army of the Republic

53 Tremont St., Room 3



!)



General Orders, \ Boston, Nov. 17, 1882.

No. 8. 1

I. General Orders No. 5, from National Headquarters, is herewith
forwarded to this Department.

II. Comrade Alfred C. Monroe is hereby appointed .Vcting Assistant
Adjutant-General, to date from November 1, and is detailed for duty at
these headquarters. He will be obeyed and respected accordingly.

III. The Department Commander desires to congratulate the Order
upon the substantial growth during the year, by which we have gained
twelve Posts and 1770 comrades. It is hoped that this result will
influence all Avho are interested in the prosperity of the G.A R. to
greater exertion. Especial commendation is extended to ofticers of Posts
in this Department for the correct and prompt manner in which reports
for third quarter were for%varded. The result of which was that the
consolidated returns from this Department were made on time and that
for every Post in the Department.

IV. Attention is called to the election of Post officers, and one
delegate and one alternate for every fifty members reportetl in good
standing for third quarter — September 30^ Avith one additional for
m(n-e than one-half that number, but every Post, whatever its member-
ship, shall be entitled to one delegate. This election must be held at the
first regular meeting in December. Blanks for reporting the same will
be furnished at once.

V. Commanders of Posts are requested to forward to these head-
quarters, prior to December 30, a report of the number of camp-fires,
public meetings, fairs or other entertainments held by their respective
Posts during the year.



SEVENTEEKTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 141



VI. Assistant Inspectors are reminded tliat it is of great importance
that the work of inspection should be completed as early as possible, and
they are requested to report to these headquarters all Posts who fail to
respond to their notice of proposed visitation.

VII. The address of 1st Sergts Manchester and Sherman, late of
Co. G, 3d R I Cavalry, and Lieutenant Turner of same regiment is wanted
at this office.

By command of

GEORGE H PATCH,
Official : Department Commander.

James F. Meech,

Assistant Adjutant-General .



He.\1)Quarters Department of Massachusetts
Grand Army of the Rei
53 Tremont St



VCHUSETTS, I

Republic, I-
, Room 3. j



General Orders, ) Boston, Dec. 11, 1882.

No. 9. )"

I. The order announcing mustering officers will be issued on or
abont December 20, and the chief will be governed by the wishes of the
Posts in their selection when practicable. Recommendations must be
received previous to the above date, and in no case will an assignment
be made unless the Post or its representative so designates.

II. At the coming session of the Department Encampment, which
will be held in this city about January 30, or February 1, the presence of
the Commander-in-Chief and several other officers of the National Encamp-
ment is assured, and it has been proposed to have a banquet during or at
the close of the meeting. lu order that the committee may w^ork under-
standingly. Commanders of Posts are desired to send immediately to this
office on the enclosed card the names of comrades of their respective
Posts who Avill purchase tickets to the above entertainment, at an expense
not to exceed §1.00.

Ill Officers and comrades of Posts should bear in mind that the
increase of membership is of the utmost importance, and to that end the
enclosed missionary circulars are forwarded; copies of this circular will
be furnished in any quantities free to Posts of this Department on appli-
cation to these head(iuarters.

IV. Comrade E. B. Loring is hereby relieved from duty at these
headquarters as Judge Advocate on the statl" of the Department Com-
mander, to date from Dec. 6, 1882.

V. Comrade E. P. Simpson, Aide-de-Canip, is hereby appointed
Judge Advocate on staft' of the Department Commander, to date from
December 6, and will be obeyed and respected accordingly.

VI. The following new Post has been organized since the date of
the last General Order, viz. : —

Edwin M. Stanton Post U7, Amherst, T. W. Sloan, Commander.

By command of

GEORGE H. PATCH,
Official: Department Commander.

James F. Meech,

Assistant Adjutant-General.



142 HISTORY DEPT. OF MASS.. G.A.R.



Headquarters Department of Massachusetts,

Grand Army of the Repuhlic,

63 Tremont St , Room 3.

General Orders, "1 Boston, Dec. 27, 1882.

No. 10. /

I. The following-named comrades are hereby detailed as Musteriuo;
Officers, and will install the officers of the Posts whose numbers appear
against their names : —

George II. Patch, Department Commander, South Framingham . . 40
Wm. H Hart, Department Senior Vice-Commander, Chelsea . . 149
John D Billings, Dept. Junior Vice-Commander, Cambridgeport, 2, 33

Azel Ames, Jr., Medical Director, Wakefield 4

W. S. Frost, Council of Administration, Marlboro 43, 80

Chas. II. Parsons, Council of Administration, Gloucester . . . 106
Geo. L. Goodale, Assistant Quartermaster-General, Boston . .5, 12, 120

E P Simpson, Judge Advocate, South Framingham 81

A. C. Monroe, Chief Mustering Officer, Brockton ... .80, 141

Jas. L. Wilber, New Bedford . . . . 1

E. C. Whitney, IloUiston 6

A B Hodges. Taunton . 8

Timothy Reed, South Abingtou ... .13

John F. Bruce, Fitchburg 19, 138

H N. Fisher, Waltham 29

Geo O. Vinal, Scituate ... 31

E B. Loring, Boston . . - • .35

Chas. E Trow, Methuen 39

James O. Smith, Springfield 41

Edw. L. Rowe, Gloucester • . . .... ... 45

Theodore Leutz, Boston .50

Chas. E. Gerrold, E. Boston 63

Chas. B. Fox, Dorchester .... . 68

A R. Holmes, Canton 72

H. H. CoUamore, N. Pembroke . . 74

Chas H. Leonard, Plymouth .... . .76

Alex. W. Fulton, N. Adams .... 79

F. A. Wallis, Beverly 89

M. Coyle, Brighton 92

Chas. "W. Wilcox, Milford 105

W. W. Blackmar, Boston 113

R F. Boynton, Hyde Park 121

H. A Sawyer, Lynn 128

E. S. Horton, .Vttleboro 133

David L. Hodges, Dedham 144

Harrie Cnshman, Taunton 3

John Scates, Boston 7

J. B Lamb, Worcester 10

Henry B. Peirce, Abington .... ... 18

Geo. R. Pierce, Shelburne Falls 20

Geo. S. Evans, Cambridge 30, 56

John W. Hart, Salem 34

F. \. Cooper, Brookfleld 38

E. W. Thompson, Lowed 42

Robt. G. Sargent, Newburyport 49

Geo. W. Nasmi, Franklin 60, 130

Alfred S. Jewett, Manchester 67

A. H. Batcheler, Millbury 70



SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 143



Chas D. Nash, S. Abington 73

,). T. Wilson, Winchester 75

Timothy S. Atwood, Abington 78

J. G. b" Adams, Lynn 82

J. Albert Blake, Danvers 90

A. A. Smith, Shelburne Falls 93

John S. Taplev, Methuen 100

H. A. Oakman, N. Marshfield Ill

Alex. Smart, Merrimac 114

Geo. D. Shaw, Springfield 125

F. L. Wheelock, Adams 120

J. P. Chipman, Sandwich 132

Chas. Grev, Athol 123, 140

F. C. Luce, New Bedford 146

IL The Commanders of the above-indicated Posts Avill at once put
themselves in communication with their Mustering Officers, giving time
and place of installation. In case of the absence of the comrade desig-
nated above for any Post, and where no comrade has been assigned, any
National or Department Officer, or past Post Commander (in his own
Post), in good standing (except the retiring Commander), may act. In
no case will the officers of any Post be installed until all reports and dues
have been forwarded. See page 51 of the Service Book.

III. A year's supply of new forms A and B — Adjutant and Quarter-
master — -has been sent to each Post Commander; and if the same have
not been received, immediate notice should be given to this office, as it is
important that reports which are due January 1 should be transmitted
promptly in envelopes furnished for that purpose. Surgeon's report will
not be refiuired.

IV. Blank credentials have been furnished on which the return of
election of Post Commanders and Delegates and Alternates is to be made ;
one copy only is to be forwarded (if it has not already been done) with
Adjutants' and Quartermasters' reports, together with per capita tax,
previous to January 10.

By command of

GEORGE H. PATCH,
Alfrep C. Monrok, Department Commnnder.

Chief Clustering Officer.



Official :



James F. Meech,

Assistant Adjutant-General.



144



HISTORY DEPT. OK MASS., G.A.R.



ROSTER

Department of Massachusetts, G.A.R,
1882.



Elected.

George H. Patch, Commander

William H. Hart, Senior Vice- Commander

John D. Billings, Junior Vice-Commander

AzEL Ames, Jr., Medical Director

John W. Lee, Chax>lain ....



South Framinghain.

Chelsea.

Cambridgeport.

Wakefield.

Charlestown.



Council of Administration.



William A. Sloane
William S. Frost .
William S. Brown
Moses P. Palmer .
Charles H. Parsons

Official Staf.

James F. Meech, Assistant Adjutant-General.
George L. Goodale, Assistant Q.M.-General,
William L. Baird, Inspector . . . .
E. B. Loring, Judge Advocate ....
Alfred C. Monroe, Chief Mustering Officer .



Spencer.
Marlboro.
South Boston.
Groton.
Gloucester.



53 Tremont St., Room 3, Boston.

53 Tremont St., Room 3, Boston.

Lynn.

Boston.

Brockton.



Aides-de-Camp.



E. P. Simpson,

A. M. TiLTON,

P. Allen Lindsey,
i. p. connig,
Benj. Pitman,
C. O. Fellows,
Philip H. Creasey,
Leonard E. Thayer,
Charles Tvewhall,
WiLLARU Y. Gross,
Timothy S. Atwoou,
Fredeku;k G. Pope,
M. O. Wheaton,
George E. Teele,



So. Framingham.

Haverhill.

Cambridgeport.

Fitchburg.

Marblehead.

Chelsea.

Newburyport.

Oxford.

Danvers.

Brookline.

Abington.

So. Boston.

Attleboro.

Watertown.



E. P. GIBBS,

M. .J. Ferrin,
George R. Pierce,
T. M. Remington,
Theodore Leutz,
H. A. Sawyer,
Louis J. Elwell,
.T. A. Black,
Saml. a. Cushing, Jr.
JosiAH G. Cook,
William H. Thomas,
Alfred B. Hodges,
Fred. J. Lyons,
Frederick Grant,



Hudson.

Stoneham.

Shelburne Falls.

Worcester.

Boston.

Lynn.

Westboro.

Spencer.

Dorchester.

No. Hanson.

Hingham Centre.

Taunton.

Springfield.

Salem.



SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



145



Representatives to National Encampment.



DELEGATE-AT-LARGE.

IlENKV B. Peibce, Abington.



DELEG.l

Andrew C. Stoxe,
Charles O. Fellows,
Alvin R. Bailey,
Bes.i. S. Lovell,
J. P. Maxfield,
John E. Killias,
Charles H.Tracy,
Tho>[as J. Ames,
J. B. Lamb,
Azel Ames, Jr.,



Lawrence.

Chelsea.

Boston.

East Weymouth.

Lowell.

Roxbury.

Cliicopee.

Leominster.

Worcester.

Wakefield.



alternate-at-large.
J. FRANii Dalton, Salem.

alternates.
John F. Brhce, Fitchburg.



Benj. Pit.man,
.T. D. Edgell,
J. H. DWVER,

Nathaniel E. L.'Vdd,
F. W. Merriam,
Charles B. Fox,
J. Payson Bradlee,

E. P. GiBBS,

George Gurney,



.Marblehead.

(iarduer.

Lynn.

Groveland.

Shelburne Falls.

Boston.

Boston.

Hudson.

Taunton.



Past Department Commanders.



Austin S. Cushm.'VN,
Francis a. Osborn,
A. B. Underwood,
George S. Merrill,
John G. B. Adams,
A. B. R. Sprague,



Xew York.

Boston.

Boston.

Lawrence.

Lynn.

Worcester.



AVilliam Cogswell, Salem.
John W. Kimball, Fitchburg.

Horace Binney Sargent,

Salem.
John A. Hawes, Fairhaven.

George W. Creasey, Newburyport.



10



146



HISTORY DEPT. OF MASS., G.A.K.



POSTS.



Name of Post.



Wm. Losraii Rodman
Dahlgren

W. H. Bartlett

U. S. Grant

General Lauder

P. T. Wyman

Chas. Russell Lowell

E. W. Peirce

Reno

George H. Ward

Abraham Lincoln —

H. M. Warren

Fletcher Webster —

John A. Andrew

E. K. Wilcox

General Sedgwick —

Colonel Prescott

Edwin V. Sumner. . . .
H. S. Greenleaf

Friedrich Hecker

Maj. E. F. Fletcher . .
Joseph Hooker

A. B. R. Sprague

H. H. Legge

'I'hos. G. Stevenson . .

Charles Devens

George D. AVells

F. P. H. Rogers

William H. Smart. . .

George W. Perry

Washington

Burbank

Phil. IL Sheridan ...
Tljeodore Winthrop. .

Francis Gould

F. A. Stearns

Dexter

Needham

Gen. H. G. Berry

Lyon

B. F. Butler

John A. Rawlins

G. Wesley Nichols . . .

Colonel Allen

Richard Borden

Major How

George S. Boutwell . .

A. W. Bartlett

Union

Ezra Batcheller

A. B. Randall

Charles H. Stevens. . .



Town.



New Bedford . . .
South Boston . . .

Taunton

Melrose

Lynn

Holliston

Boston

Middleboro

Hudson

Worcester

Charlestown

Wakefield

Brockton

Boston

Springfield

Orange

Ashland

Fitchburg

Colerain

Boston

Milf ord

East Boston

Grafton

T'xbridge

Roxbury

Oxford

West Boylston . .

Waltham

Cambridgeport .

Scituate

South Boston

Woburn

Salem

Chelsea

Arlington

Spencer

Brookfield

Lawrence

Maiden

Westfield

Lowell

Marlboro

Fayville

Gloucester

Fall River

Haverhill

Ayer

Newburyport

Peabody

North Bi-ookfield

South Easton

Leominster



Commander.



James L. Wilber

George A. Thayer )

817 Broadway (

T. C. Lucas

Charles O. Boyd

Horace A. Sawyer, /

Box 23 (

Benj. A. Bridges

Dennis Meehan 1

Station A f

B. W. Bump I

Box 442 i

Ruf us Howe

T. M . Remington )

16 Gold St. i

Thomas Crozier )

2-23 Main St. i

W. J. Mansfield

Alfred C. Monroe

Richard F. Lynam *

185 Summer St. i

James O. Smith i

56 High St. i

A. L. Shattuck

Ezra Morse

Jame.s Cuthbert

George H. Carpenter . . t

Griswoldville \

Theodore Leutz (

8 Williams Court \

B. H. Montague

Eben B. Lincoln 1

301 Saratoga St. j

Chas. W. Aldrich

John W. Fitzpattick. . . .

Wm. M. Oliu

Leonard E. Thayer

H. O. Sawyer

John H. Whelon

Edward J. Dolan (

551 Main St. \

A. A. Seaverns /

No. Scituate (

A. C. Belcher (

Boston Post-office \

Charles H. Harding

J. Frank Dalton

Charles O. Fellows I

Savings Bank I

Wilson W. Fay

Jarvis H. Jones

J. A. Parkhurst

John F. Hogan

E. E. Currier

C. H. Wat8on t

Lock Box 97 \

Chas. W. Sleeper

A. M. Page

S. F. Draper

Charles H. Parsons

Frank McGraw (

10 Granite Block \

Chas. E. Peaboily

John Q. A. McCo'llister.. .

Daniel B. Whiting

Windsor M. Ward

John S. Cooke

George A. Lackev

T. J. Ames ■.



Night of
Meeting.



Wednesday

l8t and 3d Wed.

Tuesday

1st and 3d Tues.

Thursday

Tuesday

Friday

Saturday

Wednesday

Thursday

2d and 4th Tues.

Monday
Thursday

Friday

2d and 4th Wed.

Alter. Fridays

Wednesday'

Monday

1st and 3d Tues.

1st and 3d Sun.

Wednesday

2d Tuesday

2d and last Mon.

1st and 3d Wed.

Monday

1st and 3d Tues.

1st and 3d Fri.

2d and 4th Fri.

Thursday

1st and 3d Mon.

1st and 3d Thurs.

Thursday
Tuesday"

Thursday

2d and 4th Thurs.
1st and 3d Thurs.
1st and 3d Tues.
Wednesday
1st and 3d Thurs.

2d and 4th Tues.

Thursday
Tuesday
Monday
Thursday

Thursday

Tuesday

1st Thursday

Friday

Monday

Thursday

3d and last Thurs.

2d and 4th Thurs.



SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



147



POSTS.



Namk of Post.


No.' TOAVN.


Commander.


Niciiir OF
Meeting.


Capt. C. S. Hastings..
I. D. Paull


54
55

5h
57
58

59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

69
70
71

72
73
74
75
76

78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

90
91

92
93
94
95

96

97

9K

99

100

101

102

103

104

105

106
107

los

109
110
111

112

113






Ist and 2d Tiies


Taunton.

Cambridge

East Cambridge


Frederick Thaver 1

Whittenton Mills \

Wm. H. Eveleth

J. F. Capelle

Beni. S. Lovell 1

East Weymouth (

A. H. Melendy

Oliver H. Ingalls






Monday

Monday
Wednesday


P. Stearns Davis


Major J. A. Pratt


Sterling

Franklin


1st and 3(1 Tues.
1st Saturday


Nathaniel Lyon


Webster


Eleazer W. Smith

H W. Downs


2d and 3d Friday
1st and 3d Thurs


Gen Wadsworth


Natick


Frank P. Simonds

Louis L.Stone




E. 1) Haker




1st and 3d Fri










Medford


Johns. Beck

Henry T. Bingham

Herbert S. Cole (

36 Winter St., Boston (

E. S. Kendall

Kodney D. Looniis. ......

Harry "Crosby /

Box 453 (


2d and 4th Tues


Allen


Manchester


Friday


Benj. Stone, Jr

J P. Rice


Westminster

Millburv


1st and 3d Tues.


George A . Custer












Tuesday

1 St and 3d Tues






A.H.Wright

Isaac Hopkins

L. P. Benton




Hartsuff


Rockland


Monday
IMonday


J P Gould .






Theroh E. Hall


Holden


Isaac Damon

Timothy Heed

Peter .siiyder

Chas. P. Winslow

Geo. F. Robinson

Sam'l R. Hidden, Jr

R. C. Waterman

W W. Foster


1st Saturday


David A. Russell

Clias. D. Sanford


South Abington

North Adams .


Tuesdaj'
Friday


Isaac B. Patten


Watertown


1st and 3d Mi<n.


John Goodwin, Jr

J. E. AVilder


Marblehea<l


Monday


M E Stowell


South Deerfield —
Ware


1st and 3il Fri.




Charles E. AV'oodward —


2d and 4th Thurs.






Thursday
1st and 3d Fri.


Gen. s. Thayer


South Braiutree


Henry A. Monk

IsaacM. Holt

William H. Morgan j

Box 115 i

George W. Kenny

J. B. Davidson (

Box 3J \
A B Collier


J. H. Chipman, Jr

Ward








Monday


E. P. Carpenter




2d and 4th Tues.






Shelburne Falls




l.st and 3d Wed




A lexander R. Holmes

James H. Boyce )

East Saugus (
D. M. Bailev


2d and lastThur.


Gen. E. W. Hinks




2(fand 4th Fri.
1st Monday








Belchertown


Geo. M. Abbey

Emory W. Gill

Peter D. .Smith


1st Monday


J. D Mirick


2d Saturday


Gen. W. F Bartlett




1st Friday
Friday






John H. George

Charles F. Payne

George A. Fletcher

Charles H. Tracy

I. Frank (ioodwin

E. Warren Harback 1

Box ir> \ 1

William Wingood, Jr —
H K. Stoiighton






Thursday

2d Wednesday

Thursday




Milton










1st Thursday


J Ursoii Kisk

O W AVallaee


Upton


Friday
Monday


L L Merrii'ii




1st and 3d Wed.


Everett Peabody

Kricsson ".

Cai)t. Horace Xiles . . .
J. E. .Simmons

D. Willard Robinson. .

E. 'W. Kinsley


• ieorgt'town

East'Templeton

Randolph

Pembroke

South Scituate


Solomon Nelson

B. F. French

Wm. A. Croak

Henry H. CoUamore... ^
No. Pembroke \

Alpheus Thomas 1

Hidge Hill f
T. R. Matthews )


2d and last Tues.
1st Thursday
1st Friday

1st .Saturday

2d and last Mon.

2d Wednesday






.lO Central St. ) |



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HISTORY DEPT. OF MASS., G.A.R.



PObTS.



Name of Post.



Col. C.R. MudRe

E. S. Clark

D. G. Fariagut

Moses Ellis

James L. Bates

George G. Meade

James A. (Jartield

Timothy I ngraham . .

E. P. Wallace

Parker

Justin Diraick

W. W. Rockwell

George E. Sayles

T. L. Bonney

Gen. James Appleton

James H. Sargent. . . .
George H. Thomas. . .

Charles Chipman

Robert A.Bell

E. A. Andrews

Geo. C. Aiarshall

W. C. Kinsley

Hubliard V. .Smith. . .
Frank D.Hammond.
Burnside

C.L. Chandler

Chas. VV. Carroll

Wm. A. Streeter

A. l>. Weld

Major G. L. Stearns..

Major Buyd



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