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Charles Ward

Gen. Wadsworth

E. D. Baker

Clara Barton

S. C. Lawrence

Allen

Benj. Stone, Jr

Josei)h P. Kice

George A . Custer

Kilpatrlck

A.St. John Chambre..

McF^herson

Hartsuff

J. P. Gould

Collinff wood

Theron E. Hall

David A. Russell

Charles D. Sanford

Arthur G. Biscoe

Isaac B. Patten

John Goodwin, Jr

Joseph E. Wilder

M. K. Stowell

J. W. Lawton

William L. Baker

Gen. S. Thayer

Paul Revere

John H. Chipnian, Jr..

Ward

E . P. Carpenter

Francis Washburn

Ozro Miller

Revere

Gen. E. W. Hinks

Joe Johnson

E. J. Griggs

Henry Bryant

Gen. Wm. F. Bartlett..

William B. Greene

Charles Sumner

Huntington F. Wolcott

Otis Chapman

Edwin Humphrey

J. Orson Fi.-ke

Otis W. Wallace

L. L. Merrick

Everett Peabody

Ericsson '

Capt. Horace Niles

Joseph E. Simmons

1). Willard Robinson...

Edward W. Kinsley

Col.C. R. Mudge

E.S.Clark

D, G. Farragut

Moses Ellis. i

James L. Bates

George G. Meade

James A. Garfield



C2 102

63 j 139

64 82

65 43

66 101



75; 98
76,118

77 23
78il35

791 89

80 95

81 49



171
30
31
36

142

87 71

88 84
89:iS3



146
27
57
55
70
45
28
44
27
50
70
28
56
1031 64

104 65

105 39'
106 1 58
10"! 47

108 81

109 35



115: 37

116 73

117 29



GAIN



13



81
112
117
167
86
45
112
46
278
28
81
146
77
97
120
118
135
22
138
115
103
69
187
32
40
39
199
76
96
240
156
30
70
63
72
67
29
56
32
54
81
65
60
77
67
44
62
52
95
44
64
37
57
115
65
41
89
31
35
38
272



LOSS



W2



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



366
CONSOLIDATED REPiJRT OF ASST. ADJT. - GENERAL, — Continued.



Name of Post.



Timothy Ingrahani

E. P. Wallace

Parker

Justin Diinick

W. W. Rockwell

George E. Sayle*

T. L. IJouney

Gen. James Appleton. .

Wni. II. Freeman

James M. Sargent

George M. Tliomas

Charles Chipman

Geo. H. Maintien

Robert A. Bell

E. A. Andrews

Geo.C. Marshall

Samuel Sibley

Isaac Davis

Willard C. Kinsley

Hul)bard V. Smith

Frank D. Hammond. . .

Butnside

C. L. Chandler

Chas. W. Carroll

Wm. A. Streeter

Robert G. Shaw

E. M. Stanton

A. 1). Weld

Maj. George L Stearns

Armsirong

Major Bovd

O. H. P. Sargent

Gilman C. Parker

Martha Sever

Marcus Keep

James A. Perkins

Elbridare B. Piper

Capt. E. T. Dresser

John A. Hawes

Alanson Hamilton

Woburn

Manton E. Taft

Gen. J G.Foster

Francis A. Clary.

Wm. Wadsworth

Geo. C. Strong

Jesse L. Reno

Malcolm Ammidown...

George K. Bird

John Rogers

Henry H. Jolinson

G. K. Warren

Albert S. Johnson

Edwin E. Day

Washburn

Gen. Horace C. Lee

Scott Bradley

Myron Nichols

Samue F. Woods

Col. Geo. L. Prescott..

Galen Orr

Cyrus M . Wheaton



° 2

o —



10.



LOSS



a;






^5b



TWENTIETH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 367

Of the one lumdred and eighty-two Posts comprising tliis
Department, one hnndred and twenty-one have gained in mem-
bership, twelve have the same number as one year ago, and forty-
nine have lost in number. Post making the largest per cent in
gain is Post 180 of Concord, it having more than doubled its
membership. Number of rejections during the year, eighty-two.
Two hundred and nineteen comrades have died during the year,
— an excess over last year of twenty- four.

Three new Posts have been mustered during the year, as fol-
low^s : —

Galen Orr Post No. 181 of Needham ; mustered June 5, 1885 ;
charter members, 25.

Cyrus M. Wheaton Post No. 182 of Somerset; mustered
Oct. 16, 1885; charter members, 19.

Chas. C. Smith Post No. 183 of South Hadley ; mustered
Jan. 14, 1886; charter members, 25.

The gain of Posts by counties is as follows : Bristol, one ;
Hampden, one ; Norfolk, one. Total, three.

I herewith present a tabulated report, giving in detail the
strength of each county, number of each Post, the number of
members in good standing Dec. 31, 1885, with date of charter.



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

TABULATED REPORT BY COUNTIES.





BARNSTABLE COUNTY.


Post




No.
Mems.


Date of
Charter




Post


No. Date of
Mems. Charter.


84,


South Deerfield


26,


April 17,


1872


132,


Sandwich, 51, Feb. 24, 1882


93,


Shelburne Falls


62,


.June 15,


1869


141,


Harwich, 47, Mar. 15, 1882


150,


Montague,


43,


.Jan. 12,


1883


55,


Proviiicetown, 37, Sept. 23, 1884


162,


Turners Falls,


60,


.Jan. 25,


1884




Total — Posts, 3; members, 135.


164,


Conway,


24,


April 29,


1884






171,


Northfield,


27,


Aug. 15,


1884




BERKSHIRE COUNTY.


1T4,


Greenfield,


81,


Aug. 29,


1884



79, North Adams, 103, Mar. 20, 1869



125, I'ittstield,

126, Adams,
158, Housatonie,

177, Lee,

178, Otis,



205, Mar. 10, 1882

75, June 12, 1870

40, Aug. 23, 1863

30, Nov. 6, 18S4

20, Nov. 28, 1884



Total — Posts, 6 ; members, 473.



BRISTOL
1, New Bedford,
3, Taunton,
46, Fall River,
52, South Easton,

145, Attleboro,

146, New Bedford,
170, Mansfield,
182, Somerset,

Total — Posts, 8 :



COUNTY.
253, Oct



14, 1866

2, 1867

22, 1868

29, 1868

6, 1871

April 27, 1881

July 31, 1884

Oct. 16, 1885



Jan.
.Jan.
Feb.
June



161,
215,

76,
101,

20,

38,

19,
members, 883.



ESSEX COUNTY.



5,

34,
39,
45,
47,
49,
50,
67,
82,
89,
90,
95,
99,
100,
101,
106,
108,
114,
118,
122,
128,
151,
152,



Lynn,
Salem,
T^awrence,
Gloucester,
Haverhill,
Newburyport,
Peabody,
Manchester,
Marblehead,
Beverly,
Danvers,
Saugus,
Andover,
Methuen,
Groveland,
Rockport,
Georgetown,
Merrimac,
Swampscott,
Amesbury,
Ipswich,
West Newbury,
PIssex,
Total — Posts, 23



949, Feb.

225, Nov.

343, Dec.

160, Jan.

269, Jan.

243, Feb.

117, April

46, Sept.

179, Mar.

155, June

141, June

,50, June

52, April

74, Feb.

.54, July

59, Dec.

76, Aug.

57, Dec.

31, Jan.

65, Mar.

103, Jan.

12, Jan.

40, Jan.
; members, 3,



27, 1867

15, 1867
10, 1867

21, 1868

28, 1868

17, i.'^es

28, 1879

29, 1868

29, 1880
5, 1869
8, 1869
4, 1869

18, 1881
1, 1877

16, 1869

30, 1881
18, 1869
20, 1869
24, 1870
23, 1870

17, 1882
10, 1874

22, 1883
,490.



FRANKLIN COUNTY.
17, Orange, 89, Aug. 9, 1867

20, Colerain, 23, March 4, 1875



Total — Posts, 9 ; members, 435.



HAMPDEN COUNTY.



16, .Springfield,
41, Westfleld,
71, Holyoke,
103, Chicopee,
107, Palmer,
155, Monson,



463, Aug. 9, 1867

155, Jan. 9, 1868

112, Nov, 25, 1868

70, Oct. 7, 1879

47, July 18, 1881

61, May 26, 1883



Total — Posts, 6; members, i



HAMPSHIRE COUNTY'.



85,


Ware,


34,


May


12,


1869


86,


Northampton,


184,


Aug.


4,


1882


97,


Belehertown,


45,


Nov.


23,


1872


147,


Amherst,


105,


Oct.


31,


1882


166,


East Hampton,


70,


.June


17,


1884


176,


Huntington,


67,


Oct.


9,


1884




Total — Posts, 6 ;


members, 505.






MIDDLESEX COUNTY.






4,


Melrose,


03,


Feb.


19,


1867


6,


Holliston,


46,


March 8,


1867


9,


Hudson,


94,


May


27,


J 867


12,


Wakefield,


205,


Aug.


16,


1867


14,


Hopkinton,


33,


July,




1882


18,


Ashland,


35,


Aug.


12,


1867


29,


Waltham,


111,


Oct.


21,


1867


30,


Cambridgeport,


264,


Oct.


23,


1867


33,


Woburn,


85,


Nov.


6,


1867


36,


Arlington,


54,


May


26,


1881


40,


Maiden,


141,


Oct.


1,


1873


42,


Lowell,


3.53,


Jan.


15,


1868


43,


Marlboro,


131,


Jan.


15,


1868


48,


Ayer,


50,


Jan.


18,


1868


56,


Cambridge,


114,


June


26,


1868


57,


E. Cambridge,


158,


June


29,


1868


62,


Newton,


104,


July


21,


1868


63,


Natick,


163,


July


23,


1880


66,


Medford,


100,


Aug.


21,


1868


75,


Stoneham,


101,


Dec.


15,


1869


81,


Watertown,


58,


Dec.


20,


1871


115,


Groton,


30,


July


.30,


1874


119,


Lexington,


37,








120,


Lowell,


247,


Oct.


26,


1881


138


Acton,


72,


May


2,


1883


139,


Somerville,


65,


Aug.


18,


1870



TWENTIETH ANNUAL ENCAiMPMENT.



369



TABULATED REPORT BY COUNTIES - Con«n«erf.



Post.

142, Frainingham,
148, Winchester,
156, Everett,
161, Wobiirn,
163, S. Framinghain
180, Concord,

Total — Posts, 32

NORFOLK
58, Weymouth,
60, Franklin,
72, Stoughton,

87, Braintree,

88, Quincy,
91, Foxboro,
94, Canton,
98, Cohasset,

102, Milton,
110, Randolph,
117, Medfleld,
121, Hyde Park,
130, Medway,
133, Plainville,

143, Brookline,

144, Dedham,
157, Wali)ole,
169, Norwood,
181, Needham,

Total — Posts, 19 :



No. Date of

Mems. Charter.

Nov. 29, 1870

May

June

Jan.

Mar.

Dec.



26,
26,

57,
60,
48,



; members, 3,186.

COUNTY.
20.5, July
76, May
60, Nov.
68, June
90, June
28, June
70, June
30, Jan.
59, April
45, Oct.

30, Jan.
142, Mar.

36, Mar.

31, May
43, Jan.
92, May

37, July
36, July
33, June
members



22, 1872
14, 1883

23, 1884
25, 1884
20, 1884



2, 1808
16, 1881
13, 1868

2, 1869
4, 1869

12, 1869
24, 1869
12, 1883

3, 1879
29, 1869

3, 1870

22, 1870
18, 1882

23, 1882

24, 1871
22, 1871
21, 1883
21, 1884

5, 1885
1,211.



8

13

31

73

"4,

76,

78,

83,

104,

111,

112,

124,

127,

154,

165,



PLYMOUTH

Middleboro,

Brockton,

Scituate,

Abington,
, Rockland,
, Plymouth,
, So. Abington,
, Hanover,
, Hingham,
, Pembroke,
, South Scituate,
, E. Bridgewater,
, Hanson,

Kingston,
Duxbury,
Total — Posts, 15;



COUNTY.

78, Mar.
186, July

63, July

90, Dec.
116, Jan.
129, Jan.
136, Jan.

30, April
62, July

31, Oct.
51, Nov.

47, June
27, June

48, May
48, May
members



10, 1867
1, 1867

15, 1875
23, 1868

11, 1869
19, 1869
30, 1869
29, 1869
29, 1869
29, 1869

1, 1869
7, 1870
11, 1870
24, 1883
19, 1884
1,142.



SUFFOLK COUNTY.

2, South Boston, 220, Feb. 26, 1880

7, Boston, 412, Mar. 11, 1867

11, Charlestown, 214, April 23, 1867

15, Boston, 440, Aug. 6, 1867

21, Boston, 64, Feb. 22, 1881

23, East Boston, 128, Sept. 17, 1867



Post.

26, Roxbury,
32, South Boston,
35, Chelsea,
68, Dorchester,
92, Brighton,

113, Boston,

134, Boston,

149, Charlestown,

159, East Boston,
Total — Posts, 15;



No.


Date


f


Mems


Charter.


164,


Oct.


1


1867


70,


Nov.


6


1867


432,


Nov.


16,


1867


254,


Oct.


8,


1868


55,


Nov.


12.


1873


110,


Dec.


18,


1869


48,


June


29,


1870


40,


Dec.


11,


1872


123,


Sept.


7^


1883



members, 2,764.



WORCESTER COUNTY.



24

25

27^

28,

37,

38,

44,

51,

53,

54,

59,

61,

64,

65,

69,

70,

"V,

80,

96,

105,

109,

116,

123,

129,

131,

135,

136,

137,

140,

153,

160,

167,

168,

172,

173,

175,

179,



Worcester,

Fitchburg,

Milford,

Grafton,

Uxbridge,

Oxford,

West Boylston,

Spencer,

Brookfield,

Southboro,

N. Brookfield,

Leominster,

Berlin,

Sterling,

Webster,

Clinton,

Warren,

Westminster,

Millbury,

Holden,

Westboro,

Northboro,

Upton,

Templeton,

Gardner,

Athol,

Millville,

Leicester,

Shrewsbury,

Rutland,

East Douglas,

Athol,

Winchendon,

W. Brookfield,

Whitinsville,

Southbridge,

Bolton,

Sturbridge,

Lancaster,

Barre,



601,
239,
125,
73,
32,
45,



April
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Nov.



31, Oct.
102, Nov.



58,
34,



Nov.
May



40,
26,
.52,
22,
99,



62, Feb.
112, June
25, June
28, July
99, July
T8, Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
Aug.
Jan.
June
24, June
39, July
42, Oct.
63, Dec.
109, June
30, April
50, June
24, Dec.
39, July
33, Sept.
73, Feb.
61, Mar.
32, Sept.
21, .June
49, June
18, Aug.
38, Aug.
21, Sept.
36, Dec.



13
16
19
25,
30,
12,
12,
20,
27,
IT,
28,
13,

3,

21,

17,

21,

9,

3,

19,

18,

28,

15,

11.

30,

1,

25,

21,

30,
1,

21,

22,
C',

18,

18,

27,

18,

26,
5,

11,



1867
1867
1867
1867
1867
1870
1867
1867
1867
1878
, 1868
1868
1868
1868
1868
1868
1868
1866
1876
1869
1881
1869
1881
1869
1869
1870
1883
1870
1873
1870
1882
1881
1883
1883
1884
1884
1884
1884
1884
1884



Total — Posts, 40 ; members, 2,785.



24



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

There have been issued, during the year, fifteen General
Orders, one hundred and three Special Orders, and three Cir-
culars.

There has been expended for relief, during the past year,
$38,212.56, as follows: First quarter, $11,572.04; second quar-
ter, $9,717.50; third quarter, $7,084.84; fourth quarter,
$9,838.18.

In closing, 1 return my thanks to the Department Commander
for his uniform kindness, and to the Department officers, official
Staff, and the officers and comrades of the various Posts, for their
courtesy in my official relations with them.
I have the honor to be.

Yours in F., C. and L.,

A. C. MONROE,
Assistant Adjutant- General .



REPORT OF ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL.

Headquarters Dept. of Mass., G.A.R. ,
Boston, Jan. 27, 1886.

A. C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant- General.

Comrade: I hereby submit my report of the operations of
this office during the past year.

The following tables, sustained by complete vouchers, con-
tain a full statement of the receipts and expenditures : -

RECKIPTS.

1885. Dr.

Cash on baud as per last report $2,835 62

Received for dues first quarter, 1885

" " second quarter, 1885 .... 1,303 90

" " tlih-d quarter, 1885 .... 1,386 12

fourth quarter, 1885 .... 1,40872

'« " books and blanks 333 81

" " bad.i-es 1,309 80

" " sundries 174 04

$8,752 07

EXPENDITURES,

1885. Cr.

Paid National Headquarters, supplies .... ^1,094 54

" " dues 518 72

" rent and care of office 426 97

" salaries '. . 1,191 63

" printing, books, blanks etc 893 32

" Tremont Temple for Convention .... 20 00

Carried forward $4,145 18



TWENTIETH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



371



Brought fornmrd $4,145 18

Paid sundries (postals, postage, telegrams, clerk

hire, office expense)

organizing new Posts . ',

Department Commander, travelling expenses
Headquarters at Portland . .

C 0. Eaton, painting flags

painting rooms, signs, moving and fitting
up new headquarters ...'..'.

Total expenditures

Balance to new account

Vouchers cover the expenses.



424 55




8 27




130 45




42 75




22 15




125 27






$4,898 62




$3,853 45



Supplementary Report from Jan. 1 to Jan, 27, 1876.

receipts.
1886. X»r.

Cash on hand as per last report $3 853 45

Received for dues " . ^'424 92

" " books and blanks

" " badges

" " sundries



69 63

108 60

44 38



Total receipts



EXPENDITURES.

1886. (Jr.

Paid National Headquarters, supplies . .

" " dues

" rent and care of office .

" salaries ]

•' printing, books and blanks .....

" inspections _ 3g(J 9

" sundries (postage, express, clerk hire, office

expenses) 158 48



151 50

179 65

32 00

108 33

86 67



Balance to new account



assets.

Cash on hand .^4 394 4^

value of supplies on hand 371 25

Office furniture ' 4J3 ^q

Colors 30 00

Due from Posts for supplies 12 10

Total



NO LIABILITIES.



$5,500 98



1,106 5«
1,394 40



85,221 25



With many thanks to the Department Commander and officers
of the Staff,

I am yours in F., C. and L.,

W. W. SCOTT,
Assistant Quartermaster- General.



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



REPORT OF INSPECTOR.

Headquarters Dept. ov Mass., G.A.R.
Boston, Jau. 28, 1886.

A. C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant- G enteral.

Comrade : I have the honor to submit the following as the
report of my Department, for the year ending Sept. 30, 1885 : —

One Post was organized by me previous to that time, 181,
Needham. Since September 30, two more, 182 of Somerset and
183 of South Hadley, have been formed and are in good condi-
tion. I have attended the inspections of several Posts, have
installed the officers of two Posts, and with other members of the
Staff and Council, have attended two Department courts-martial,
each occupying much time.

I have had the honor of accompanying the Commander upon
both occasions when the Department paraded outside the State,
and have also with him attended several camp-fires.

Kealizing at the beginning of the year that very little increase
could be expected from the formation of new Posts, I endeavored
at the meeting held in April to impress upon the minds of the
Assistant Inspectors the duty of urging upon the various Posts
the necessity of increasing their membership, both by reinstate-
ment and by muster-in of new members.

The report annexed will show that the growth of this Depart-
ment has been most gratifying. By way of contrast, I present
the reports of the two years, 1884 and 1885.

My report includes returns from 181 Posts in 1885, as con-
trasted with 175 in 1884.

1884. 1885. Gain.

Number of comrades in good standing, 16,206 17,647 1,441
" Posts where the ritual is mem-
orized 114 129 15

" Posts where the work is prop-
erly performed .... 112 126 14
" Posts where the members are

uniformed 140 162 22

Full uniform (hat or cap, blouse, pants and belt) 30

Hat, blouse and belt 54

Hat and blouse, or hat and belt 78

Number of Posts where officers wear rank

badges ...... 149 171 22

" Posts where side-arms are

owned by Posts .... Ill 129 18



1S!<4.


I8sr,.


Gain.


143


ir>G


Vi


117


1 r,r,


r.i


1 (;:]


IGS





HCu]


.S2G


ol


IM('>


4 GO loss 84


u;9


ITS <r


:iiii !»



TWKNTIETIl AXNTAL K\CA:\n'.M KNT. 373

Niini))er of Posts where guards are armed,

" Posts where badge is pre-
sented

" Posts where officers are reg-
ular

" inembers suspended

" iiieuibeis dropped ....

" Posts wl'ere records are prop-
erly kept 1G9

1884. 1SS5.

Amount of Post Funds, S3G,.S45. 13 S41,!li)0.3G gain *r>, 145.23
" Relief Funds, 120,, )G9. 43 113,381.51 loss 7,187.92

issf). 1884. Gain.

NuMd)er of Posts having Relief Funds .151 135 16

'^ " " other propert}' . 144 96 48

1884. 188.i. Gain.

Amount of other property , $90,009.94 S97,974.G3 $7,964.G9

To this should be added a sum not less than S30,000, wliieh
has been transferred to building associations.

1884 1885. Loss.

Number of Posts paying regular benefits, 32 31 1

1884. 188.5. Gain.

Expended for charity

to September 30 . . §35,793.31 830,770.03 S976. 42

Comrades. Not Comrades.

Dispensed as follows, 1884 . . . . 1,234 927

" " 1885 .... 1,543 896

Excellent. Good. Fair. Poor.

Relative standing, 1884 ... 53 83 24 15

" " 1885 ... 71 84 IG 10



374



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



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Name of Post.



Wm. Logan Rodman

Dalilgren

W. H. P>artlett

U. S. Grant

General Lander

P. T. VVyman

Chas. Riispell Lowell

E. W. Pierce

Reno

George H. Ward

Abraham Lincoln

H. M. Warren

Fletcher Webster —

(;. C. Phillips

.loUn A. Andrew

K. Iv. Wilcox

General Sedgwick

Col. Prescott

Edwin V. Sumner

H. S. (Treenleaf

F'nedrich HecUer. . . ,
Maj. K. F. Fletcher
Josepli Hooker

A. I{. R. Sprague.. .

II. H. I>egge

Thos. G. Stevenson .

Chas. Uevens ,

Geo. n. Wells

F. P. H. Roger.s

Wm. H. Smart

Geo. W. Perry

Washini?ton '.

Rurljank

Phil. II. Sheridan...
Theodore Winthrop

Francis Gould

F. A. Stearns

Dexter

Needham

Gen. H. G. Berry....
Lyon

B. F. Bntler

John A. Rawlins

ft. Wesley Nichols..

Col. Allcii

Richard Borden

INIajor Howe

Geo. .S. Boiitwell

A. \V. Bartleit

Union

Ezra Batcheller

A. B. Randall

Chas. H. Stevens

Capt. C. S. Hastings

I. U. Paull

Charles Beck

P. Stearns Davis

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