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39, Lawrence

86, Northampton
•• 178, Otis



TWENTY-FIRST ANKIAL ENCAMPMENT.



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Post 8'J, Beverly

" 133, Plainville

^' 33, Woburn

•' 27, Oxford

" 37, Spencer

" 75, Stonehain

" 108, Georgetown
'• 1, New Bedford

" 39, Lawrence

" 87, South Braintree



Henry B. Wallace
William H. Wade
Thos. H. Hill . .
Fred G. Hyde . .
Emerson Stone
S. L. Colley . .
H. N. Harriman .
Fred S. Tabor
William McAlphine
William H. Gage .

On motion of Comrade J. F. Davlin of Post 139 a commit-
tee of five was appointed to collect, sort and count ballots as
follows : —

J. F. Davlin of Post 139 ; William Voitof Post 57 ; Seth L.
French of Post 13; William H. Gurney of Post 78; W. A.
Boy den of Post 10.

Comrade William H. Hart of Post 35 presented the name of
Senior Vice-Commander Charles D. Nash of Post 78 for Depart-
ment Commander.

On motion of Comrade Chas. B. Fox of Post G8, the Assist-
ant Adjutant-General was instructed to cast a ballot bearing the
name of Comrade Charles D. Nash of Post 78, for Department
Commander for the ensuing year. The ballot was cast as directed^
and Comrade Nash was declared elected.

Commander Tobin introduced Commander-elect Charles D.
Nash, who responded, thanking the comrades for the compliment
of a unanimous election, and stating to the Encami)ment that he
should reappoint the present Assistant Adjutant-General, Com-
rade A. C. Monroe.

The following-named comrades were placed in nomination
for Senior Vice-Commander : —

J. W. Lee of Post 12 presented the name of Comrade A. S.
Atherton of Post 12.

Chas. D. Stiles of Post 68 presented the name of Junior Vice-
Commander E. C. Whitney of Post 68.

William H. Hart of Post 35 presented the name of Samuel
Weale of Post 23.

While the committee were counting ballots for Senior Vice-
Commander, on motion of Comrade J. H. O'Donnell, a committee



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

of five was appoiuted to collect, sort and count ballots for Junior
Vice-Commander, as follows : —

Charles Raymond of Post 11; S. G. Jepson of Post 6(i ;
Thomas F. Ellsworth of Post 1 28 ; Geo. E. Harrington of Post
23 ; Robert B. Dickie of Post 125.

Comrade J. F. Davlin of Post 139 reported as follows, for
Committee on Vote for Senior Vice-Commander : —

Whole number of votes 490

Necessary for choice 246

A. S. Atherton had 156

Samuel M. Weale had 169

E. C. Whitney had 165

There being no choice, the P^ncampment proceeded to a second
ballot.

During the counting of second ballot, Comrade William H.
Poole of Post 11 presented the name of Comrade Thomas H.
Haskell of Post 1 1 as candidate for Junior Vice-Commander.

Comrade C. B. Scudder of Post 125 presented the name of
Comrade James Kittle of Post 125, as candidate for Junior Vice-
Commander.

The Encampment then voted for Junior Vice-Commander.
During the counting of ballots for Junior Vice-Commander, Com-
rade Davlin reported the result of the second ballot for Senior
Vice-Commander as follows : —

Whole number of votes 477

Necessary for choice 239

Scattering 3

A. S. Atherton had 138

E. C. Whitney had 146

Samuel M. Weale had 190

There being no choice, the Encampment proceeded to a third
ballot.

On motion of Comrade William Provin of Post 41, a com-
mittee was appointed to collect, sort and count votes for members
of the Council of Administration as follows : —

William Provin of Post 41 ; Robert M. Spinney of Post 66 ;
J. W. Thayer of Post 35 ; George F. Maynard of Post 58 ; H. C.
Williams of Post 91.



TWENTY-FIKST ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 4S5

Comrade Charles Raymoud of Post 11, for Committee on
Vote for Junior Vice-Commander, reported as follows : —

Whole number of votes 47H

Necessary for choice 240

A. S. Atherton had 2

Thomas H. Haskell had 107

James Kittle had 369

And Comrade James Kittle was declared elected Junior Vice-
Commander for the ensuing year.

Comrade Davlin reported the result of the third ballot for
Senior Vice-Commander as follows : —

Whole number of votes 41()

Necessary for choice . 209

Scattering 6

Samuel M. Weale had 197

E. C. Whitney had 2i;5

And Comrade P^dmund C. Whitney was declared elected
Senior Vice-Commander for the ensuing year.

Past Department Commander Adams of Post 5 presented the
name of Comrade E. A. Horton of Post 113, and moved that the
Assistant Adjutant-General be instructed to cast a ballot bearing
the name of Comrade E. A. Horton as Chaplain for the ensuing
year. The ballot was cast as directed, and Comrade Horton was
declared elected Chaplain.

Comrade George H. Norcross of Post 40 presented the name
of Comrade Walter B. Whiting of Post 4C, as a candidate for
Medical Director.

Past Department Commander Billings of Post 1-S6 presented
the name of Comrade J. B. Cherry of Post 7, for the same oflice.

Medical Director C. D. Hendrickson was also renominated.

The committee having charge of the ballot for Junior Vice-
Commauder were requested to act for Medical Director.

Comrade S. G. Jepson reported for the committee the fol-
lowing result : —

Whole number of votes 379

Necessary for choice 189

Walter B. Whiting had 72

C. D. Hendrickson had 131

J. B. Cherrvhad 17G



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There being no choice the Encampment proceeded to a second
ballot.

On motion of J. P. Bradley of Post 2, a committee was
appointed to collect, sort and count votes for delegates and alter-
nates to the National Encampment as follows : —

J. P. Bradley of Post 2 ; James E. Reid of Post 15 ; A. S.
Wright of Post 5; Ebeu Luther of Post 16; John Monroe of
Post 108.

On motion of Comrade John Welch of Post 42 it was voted
that whatever printed list of delegates are elected, the alternates
on such list shall also be declared elected.

Comrade Jepson reported the result of the second ballot for
Medical Director : —

Whole number of votes 321

Necessary for choice 162

^Y. B. Whiting had 19

CD. Hendrickson had 101

J. B. Cherry had 201

And Comrade J. B. Cherry of Post 7 was declared elected
Medical Director for the ensuing year.

While the vote for delegates was being counted, Assistant
Adjutant-General A. C. Monroe read the following communica-
tion from the Department Convention of the Woman's Relief
Corps : —

Boston, Jan. 28, 1887.

Commander Tohin, Officers and Members Department Encamp-
ment, Grand Army of the Republic : —

A unanimous vote was passed by our Convention this morning, that
the thanks of the Order be extended you for the many courtesies received
the past year.

With the l)est wishes for the continued prosperity of the Grand
Army of the Republic and tlie assurance of our fraternal regards,

We are yours in F., C. and L.,

MARY E. ELLIOT,

Department Secretary.
Per order

Department President and Delegates



TWKNTY-KIKST ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 487

Past Department Commander Geo. S. Evans read the follow-
ing communication from the same source : —

HosTON, Jan. 28, 1887.

Co.MRADK (iKO. S. EVANS,

Sccretarii Board of Trustees Soldiers' Home : —
The Department Convention voted this forenoon that a fund be

established to assist the trustees when the hospital accommodations are

not sufficient for the veterans ■who through illness need immediate

assistance.

We also voted to assume the expense of providing a comfortable

home for the soldiers, referred to l)y you last evening. I am instructed

to write every Corps asking for contributions.

Yours in F., C. and L.,

-MAKV E ELLIOT,
Department Secretary.

On motion of Past Department Commander Evans, a vote of
thanks from this Department was extended to the Woman's
Relief Corps of Massachusetts for the above communications, and
for the many couitesies received at their hands.

On motion of Past Department Commander John W. Hersey
of Post 16, it was voted that the thanks of this Department be
extended to the Department officers of the past year for their
courtesy and efficiency, and the zeal and enthusiasm they mani-
fested in their work.

On motion of Comrade David R. Pierce of Post lo, the reso-
lution of Comrade Fox relating to an appropriation for the Vet-
erans' Rights Association was taken from the table and adopted.
Comrade William Provin of Post 41, for the committee on
the result of the ballot for members of the Council of Administra-
tion, reported as follows : —

Whole number of votes 'MO

Necessary for choice 180

Homer Rogers had 1

C. H. Baker had 3

J. R. McCrillis had . • 2

Geo. Perkins had 71

John Welch had 75

Wilbur F. Laue had 73

Darius Hadley had 71



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Edwin p. Jewett had
Arthur A. Smith liad
Malcolm Sillars had .



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Geo. L. Goodale had 239

W. A. Prescott had 29/J

And Comrades George L. Goodale of Post 66, W. A. Pres-
cott of Post 35, Malcolm Sillars of Post 90, Arthur A. Smith of
Post 20, and Edwin P. Jewett of Post 91 were declared elected
as the Council of Administration for the ensuing year.

Comrade J. P. Bradley reported for committee the result of
the ballot for delegates and alternates to the National Encamp-
ment as follows : —



Whole number of votes
Necessary for choice



FIRST TICKET.
DELEGATE-AT-LARGE.

George H. lunis of Post 2, South Boston

DELEGATES.

Thomas J. Tute of Post 7, Boston
Edward F. Rollins of Post 15, Boston
N. E. Ladd of Post 101, Groveland .
Isaac M. Holt of Post 88, (^uiucy
Theodore Leutz of Post 21, Boston .
E. W. Lathrop of Post 16, Springfield
John S. Beck of Post 66, Medford .
Charles H. Tracy of Post 103, Chicopee
George E. Pinkham of Post 185, Lowell
William H. Abbott of Post 71, Holyoke
Horace A. Sawyer of Post 5, Lynn .
A. M. Dudley of Post 34, Salem . . .
J. B. Brewster of Post 76, Plymouth
G. F. Thompson of Post 10, Worcester
Alva J. Wilson of Post 92, Brighton
George G. Bailey of Post 121, Hyde Park
Peter D. Smith of Post 99, Audover
E. B. Maey of Post 19, Fitchburg . .
W. H. Chamberlin of Post 125, Pittsfield



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SECOND TICKET.
DELEGATE-AT-LARGE.

Heuiy B. Lovering of Post 5, Lynn .

DELEGATES.

George H. Inuis of Post 2, South Boston
H. J. Millard of Post 79, North Adams
Fred S. Tabor of Post 1, New Bedford .
J. J. Callanan of Post 71, Holyoke .
James F. Davlin of Post 139, Somerville
A. S. Athertou of Post 12, Wakefield .
Dauiel Walker of Post 120, Lowell . .
Seth L. French of Post 13, Brockton .
Frank E. Martell of Post 30, Cambridgepor
T. N. Drawbridge of Post 14, Hopkinton
A. P. Bickmore of Post 121, Hyde Park
Charles E. Hapgood of Post 143, Brookline
Tristram Griflhi of Post 40, Maiden . .
George D. Stiles of Post 5, Lynn
Nathaniel Shatswell of Post 128, Ipswich
R. B. Brown of Post 82, Marblehead
Cyrus S. Haldeman of Post 113, Boston

ALTERNATE- AT-LARGE.

George D. Stiles of Post 5, Lynn.

ALTERNATES.

C. I). Stiles of Post 68, Dorchester.
Joseph Gregory of Post 82, Marblehead.
John E. Killian of Post 2G, Roxbury.
Benjamin S. Lovell of Post 58, Weymouth.
William H. Poole of Post 11, Charlestown.
Frank E. Martell of Post 30, Cambridgeport.
W. A. Stinson of Post 120, Lowell.
J. B. Parsons of Post 8G, Northampton.
Warren O. Hawley of Post 178, Otis.
Henry B. Wallace of Post 89, Beverley.
William H. Wade of Post 133, Plainville.
Thomas H. Hill of Post 33, Woburn.
Fred G. Hyde of Post 27, Oxford.
Emerson Stone of Post 37, Spencer.



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490 HISTORY DEPT. OV MASS., G.A.R.

S. L. Colley of Post 75, Stoneham.
H. N. Harriman of Post 108, Georgetown.
Fred S. Tabor of Post 1 , New Bedford.
"William T. McAlphine of Post 39, Lawrence.
William H. Gage of Post S7, South Braiutree.

And the first twenty names on the above list were declared
elected delegates, and the above named alternates also.

On motion of Past Department Commander Patcii of Post G3
the thanks of the Department were unanimously voted to the
officers and guard on duty at this Encampment from Post 159,
East Boston.

On motion of Past Department Commander Creasey it was
voted that at the next Annual Convention the preliminary busi-
ness, reports of officers, resolutions and communications from
Posts shall be presented on the opening evening.

On motion of Past Department Commander Adams it was
voted that the Council of Administration consider the expediency
of having the next Annual Convention convene at 2 o'clock v.m.,
on the first day, and the banquet in the evening of that day.

On motion of Past Department Commander Patch it was
voted that the Council of Administration consider the expediency
of changing the time for the next Annual Convention from the
last of January to some time in February.

On motion of Past Department Commander P^vans it was
voted that the Council of Administration consider the expediency
of hiring a larger hall for the banquet.

Past Commander-in-Chief George S. Merrill was requested
to install the officers and accepted, and the following comrades
were installed into office for the ensuing year : —

Department Commander Charles D. Nash

Senior Vice-Commander E. C. Whitney

Medical Director J. B. Cherry

Chaplain E. A. Horton

.,.,... ^ ,. ( Malcolm Sillars

Council of Administration . . . . | ^^^^^.^ ^ j^^^^^

There being no further business, the Twenty-first Encamp-
ment of the Department of Massachusetts, G.A.R., was declared
dissolved.

A true copy of the proceedings.

A. C. MONROE,

Assistcmt Adjutant- Gene rah



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL KNCAMPMKNT.



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Geo. H. Colby, age .53; private, Co. D, 4lUi Mass.

C. B. Huston, age 54; private, Co. I, 1st Mass.

Alden Burrili, age 75: private, 2d Sharpshooters.

Geo E. Brown, age 43; private, Co. A, 1st X. II. Batty.

Geo. Jj. Breed, age 41; private, Ilth ITnattached Mass. Vols.

Orlando Richardson, age 43; private, Co. B, 1st Maine Cav,

B. M. Alley, age 58; private, Co. G, 2d Mass.

J. G. Dervain, age 42; captain, Co. K, ISth Tenu. Cav.

Owen Thornton, age 38; private, Co. A, 1st Mass. Cav.

John S. Emerson, age 53; surgeon, 18lh N.H.

Orrin Hicks, age 47; private, Co. L, 4th Mass. H.A.

Edward Kowe, age 5fi; private, Co. G, ;^>d Mass. H.A.

•John Gibbons, age 40; private. Unattached H.A.

Stillman S. Gushing, age 57; private, Co. A, 11th Mass.

Louis Lebountay, age 45; private, Co. H, 3d N.Y. Light Art.

Augustus E. Carr, age 54; 1st sergeant, 12th Vet. R.C. and 140th

N Y. Inf.
Walter E. Stratton. age 40; private, Co. A, 4th Mass. H.A.
George Ittel, age 49; private, Co. C, 0th Conn.
George E. Merrill, age 51 ; private, Co. B, Maine Art.
Geo. C. Wheeler, private, 29th Mass. Inf.
E. T. Rawson, sergeant, Co. D, 4th Mass. H.A.
.las. G. Garrity, age 49; private, 3d R.I. H.A.
Thos. J. Carey, age 4." ; private, Co A, 5th Mass.
Jos. M. Hobbs, age 41 ; 1st lieutenant, Co. A, 24th Mass.
Oscar B. Bussey, age 43; private, 1st Mass. Batty.
Wui. L. Bond, age 58; assistant surgeon, 53d Mass.
John Wiley, 2d, aged 73; captain, Co. E, If^th Mass.
N. Gammons, age 59; private, Co. K, 33d Mass.
H. E. Stone, age 40; private, Co. G, 13th Mass.
Chas. J. Burdett, age 39; private, Co. I, 3d Mass. Cav.
Thos. A. Parker, age 54; private. Co. G, 13th Mass. Vols.
Chas. H. Thompson, age 49; private, Co. C, 18th Mass.
E. J. Stevens, age 03; private. Co. C, fiOih Mass.
Jas. W. Spinney, age 53; private, Co. K, 44tli Mass.
Hezekiah Richardson, age 42; private, Co. E, 14th Conn.
James G. Bovey, age 42; private, Co. G, 1st Mass.
Ezra Bartlett, age 54; ensign, U.S. Navy, ship Keormnjc
W. J. Butterfield, age 43; corporal, 1st Md. Batty.
Jas. D. Fairbanks, age 55; private, Co. B, "^Gth Mass.
Dexter Henshaw, age 74; private, Co. F, 25tli Mass.
Nicholas J. Beckley, age 42; private, Co. C, 3d U.S. Art.
Alfred W. Wolcott, age .53; 1st lieutenant, Co. G, 40th N.Y.
Svlvester P. Krum, age (54; sergeant, Co. B, 25th Mass.
Orville B. Seagrave; 2d lieutenant, U.S. Navy, ship Faivnee,

Atlantic Squadron.
Harrison Simpson, age 48; private, Co. E, 30th Mass.
Thos. Ralph, age .50; private, Co. A, 1.30th III.
Peter R. Davis, age 39; bugler, Co. F, 1st Mass. Cav.
Chas. W. Dodge, age 48; private, Co. A, 5th Mass.



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Geo. D. Glover, age 63; sergeant, 2d Mass. Cadets.

Edw. A. Daniels, age 51; sergeant, Co. E, 48th Mass.

Alexander Falconer, age 56; private, Co. D, 1st Maine Cav.

Albert AV. Kobbins, age 47; private, Co. E, 6tli Mass.

Daniel Brown, Jr., age 46; private, Co. A, 8tli Mass.

Wm. Britcher, age 74 ; private, Co. A, 48tli Mass.

Robt. D. Grabble, age 42 ; private, Co. C, 3d Mass.

Tim O'Leary, age 43; seaman.

Wm. H. Hall, age 44; inivate, Co. C. .")tli Mass.

John G. Estes, age 49; private, Co. B, 23d Mass.

Eben S. Daniels, age 60; private, Co. E, 1st Mass. H.A.

C. Everett Coombs, age 48; private, Co. A, 47th Mass.

.Joseph I. Lovett. age 49; private, Co. G, 11th Mass.

Stephen Griffin, age <15; private, Co. B, 2d Mass. Cav.

John McCabe, age 47; lireman, U.S. Navy, ship Circassian.

Edward Cassidy, age 65; private, Co. B, 47th Mass.

Robert Rohn, age 61; corporal, Co. E, 29th Mass.

James A. Lovell, age 48; private, Co. G, 4th Mass. H.A.

Joseph Johnson, age 56; fireman, U.S. Navy, ship Xcphon.

Henry H. Clapp, age 41; private, Co. I, 15th Mass.

Chas. A. Scripner; clerk, U.S. Navy, ship Cherokee.

John E. Powers, age 4ii; private, Co. H, 16th Mass.

Chas. A. Young, age 44; private, Co. H, 1st Mass.

Jeremiah Ryan, age 62; private, Co. D, 3d Mass.

Michael Curly, age 46; sergeant Co. F, 2d Del.

Benj. F. Leavitt; private, ('O. E, 23d Mass.

Frank N. Foote, age 42; private, Co. A, 1st Mass. Cav.

E. C. Richardson, age 66; surgeon.

Daniel L. Osborn, age 57; private, Co. L, 4th Mass. Cav.

Wm. T. Butler, age 46; private, Co. C, 52d Mass.

Jas. R. Londugan, age 40; private, Co. H, 22d Conn.

Henry A. Hale, age 40; corporal, Co. E, Sth Mass.

James Dodge, age 62; private, Co. G, 2;3d Mass.

Chas. H. Clark, age 45; private, Co. F, 2d Mass.

C. H. Shepard, age 61; 2d sergeant, 1st Mass. H.A.

Edward Ring, age 53; private, Cos. B & C, 17th Mass.

.Jos. M. Churchill, age 6.'); captain, Co. B, 45th Mass.

Joseph W. West, age .54; private, Co. A, 3d Mass. H.A.

Edwin D. White, age 44; private, Co. M, 1st R.I. Cav.

E. J. Trull, age 44; lieutenant, Co. A, 37th Mass.

T. W. W. Boardman, age 40; private, Co. K. 11th N.H.

Chas. H. Fuller, age 40; private, Co. A, 2d Mass.

John S. D'Evyln, age 4".^; sergeant, Co. H, 2d N.H.

Dan'l Gookin, age 64; sergeant, Co. B, 17th Maine.

Chas. W. Carlton, age 5.3; private, Co. H, ;^2d Mass.

John E. Ward, age 39; Marine Vols.

Albert Preston, age 41 ; private, Co. G, 16th Vt.

Eben E. Fowler, age 45; private, Co. I, 23d Mass.

Geo. H. Clark, age 65; private, Co. H, 54th Mass.

Albert Rogers, age 6'^; private, Co. (', 21st Mass.

Chas. A. Hanscom, age 62; private, Co. B, 32d Mass.

P. D. Ilolbrook, age 44; private, Co. D, 16th Vt.

Abner H. Holmes, age 61; musician, C^o. C, 29th Mass.

Joseph C. Hastings, age ti7; private, Co. G, 52d Mass.

Elihu L. Pratt, age 58; private, Co. I, 27th Mass.

J^dwin A. Thrace, age 44; private, Co. B, Uth Conn.

Lewis J. Masters, age 43; private, Co. E, 6th Mass.

John Schesler, age 44; private, Co. I, 15th Mass.

Rufus Thayer, age 49; private, Co. B, 49th Mass.



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General Orders.
Series of 1886-7.



Hkadquakters Depakt.mext of Massachusetts,
Grand Ap>my ok the Republic,
1 Pembeuton Sti , Room 11.
Genepal OunKKs, "t Boston, Feb. 3, 1886.

No. 1. (

I. Having been unanimously elected Commander of the Depart-
ment of Massachusetts, Grand Army of the Republic, at the Nineteenth
Annual Encampment convened at Tremont Temple, Boston, January 28,
I hereby assume command

II. Thankinsi; my comrades for the honor conferred in such a com-
plimentary manner, I earnestly ask their co-operation in a united ett'ort to
do all they can to brintr into our ranks every worthy veteran of the Union
Army and Navy of the late war, who now reside in the limits of this
Department

III. The following-named comrades have been appointed members
of my Oflicial Stafl'. They will be obeyed and respected accordingly: —

Assistant Adjutant- General^ Alfred C. Monroe of Post 13, Brockton.
Assistant Qnartcrmaster-General, John H. O'Donnell of Post 2, South
Boston.

Jndfje Advocate^ John A. Keefe of Post 15, Boston.
Department Inspector, B Read Wales of Post ()8, Dorchester.
Chief JUnsterinij Officer, P. Allen Lindsey of Post 30, Cambridgeport.
Additional appointments will appear in future orders.

IV. All otticial correspondence and invitations for the Department
Commander should be addressed to the Assistant Adjutant-General

By command of RICHARD F. TOBIN,

Oflicial : Department Commander.

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant-General .



IlEAD(iUAP.TERS DEPARTMENT OK MaSSACUU

Grand Army ok the Repi
1 Pembkrton 8q., Ro(



SETTS, 1
UBLIC, [■
OM 11.)



(iENERAL ORDERS, "( BOSTON. March 10, 188fi.

No. 2. J

The following comrades are appointed on the Statl' of the Depart-
ment Commander, and they will be obeyed and respected accordingly : — ■



E. W. Lathro]) . . . Sjtrintifield.

A. S. Atherton . . . Waketielil.

Thomas Laiifrlaii . . Hoston.

Jere Wakefield . . . Ro.ston.

Wm. J. HIake .... South Boston.



AIDKS-DE-CAMP.

K 1'. Jewett .... FoxUoro.

F. H. Hills Newton.

Thos. H. Haskell . . Charlestown.

A.J.Wilson Brighton.

C. H. WakefieUI . . . Hingham.



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



C. C. Haskell . . .

Wm. H. Brown . .
James Cuthbert .

T. I. <iuinn . . .
Darius Hadley .

A. R. Holmes' . . .

R. S. Athertoii . .

R. C. CaUler . . .

A. B. Pierce . . .

C. M. SpraRue . .

John Keach . . .

<). L. Wood . . .
Wm.H. Johnson

Wm. P. Martin . .

Lysan<ler Wood . .
Wm. A. Presfott

L. M.Alden . . .

Thos. F. Ellsworth .

James W. Joyce . .

Thos. W. Cook . .

J. H. Harrison . .
.lames K. (Jhurchill

P. H. O'Connell . .
Wm. E. Long . .

C. E. Bailey . . .

H. N. Horton . . .

Major Bacr)n . . .

Isaiah Hutcliins . .

H. H. Collamore . .

Louis E. Stone . .

H. M. McCloud . .



Greenfleld.

Marblehead.

Fitchhurp;.

East Cambridge.

Everett.

Canton

Turners Falls.

Manchester.

Natick.

Lynn.

Northampton.

Pittsfteld.

Haverhill.

(^uincy.

■Stougiiton.

Chelsea.

Middleboro.

Ipswich.

Lawrence.

New Bedford.

Fiskdale.

Worcester.

Danvers.

Brookline.

Kingston.

Lee.

Arlington.

West Acton.

No. Pembroke.

Clinton.

Amherst.



(;. <). A. Bryant . . . Winchendon.

Lawrence Gibney . . Blackstone.

J. C. Madigan ". . . East Walpole.

M. H. Stevens . . . Waltham.

J. R. Loring .... Shrewsbury.

Chas. B. Carlin . . . Stonehani."

Wm. H. Belcher . . . Holliston.

Owen B. Chatfee . . Oxford.

J. F. Hunter .... Shelburne Falls.

A. V,. Paine .... Brockton.

B. F. French .... East Teniplcton.



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