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General Orders, \ Boston, Dec. 7, 1886.

No. 9. (

I. General Orders, No. 4, and Circular No. 3 from National Head-
quarters are herewith promulgated

II. Comrades, nearly a full month remains in which to increase the
memliership of our Order this year, and I trust every ettbrt will be made
to bring all worthy veterans into our ranlis. I desire to call especial
attention to the list of suspended members. The report for the third
quarter ending September 30 showed a suspended list of 688 comrades
I hope the officers of Fosts will give this matter serious consideration,
and have put forth every effort possible to reduce it.

III. In compliance to General Orders, No. 3, from National Head-
quarters, and in accordance with Faragraph 2 of General Orders, No. 8,
from these headquarters, a blank is herewith enclosed on which the
report is to be made for headstones for unmarked graves of Union sol-
diers and sailors, who are buried in city, village and private cemeteries.
These blanks when filled out should be returned to these headquarters.
Additional blanks will be furnished on application to this office, but care
should be exercised in ordering more blanks, to state the probable num-
ber of additional names to be reported. Fost Commanders will appoint
a committee whose duty it shall be to search out all unmarked graves of



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 503

soldiers and sailors buried in this Department, and not alone those who
died durini; the war, but all who have died since their discharf-e, so that
the grave of every loyal defender of the Uepublic maybe phiinly and
permanently marked. Have the blank filled out in a plain, legible hand,
and he particular to give all the information asked for on the blank,
namely, name, rank, company, regiment, ship, and date of death. In
cities or towns where there is more than one I'ost of the G.A.R., it is
hoped that concerted action be taken that there be no omissions.

IV. The order announcing Mustering Officers will l)e issued on or
about December 25 Posts desiring the services of a particular comrade
for this purpose will first secure his consent to perform the duty, and
then at once notify these headquarters of their clioice, when he will be
detailed by the Chief Mustering Officer. Recommendations must be
received previous to the above date, and in no case Avill an assignment
be made unless the Post or its representative so designates.

V. The address of the following named persons is wanted at these
headquarters: Col. Stevenson, 24th Mass. Inf.; Capt. Chas. Hooper, 1st
Lieut. Folsom. Co E, 24th Mass. Inf. ; the Surgeon on board the Monitor
Onda(i« in 1864; of James P. Pollock, Co. I, 7th New York Art.; any
shipmate on board U.S.S. Vandalia who knew James T. Patch of said
ship.

By command of

RICHARD F. TOBIN,
Official : Department Commander.

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant-General.



HEADQUAKrERS DEPARTMENT OF MASSACHUSETTS, i

Grand Army of the Republic, -
1 Pembekton Sq., Room 11. \
General Orders, t Boston, Dec. 27, 1886.

No. 10. )

I. The following named comrades are hereby detailed as Mustering
Officers by Comrade P. Allen Lindsey, Chief Mustering Officer of the
Department, and will install the officers of the Posts whose numbers
appear against their names : —
Chas. D. Nash, Department Senior Vice-Commander, Whitman . . 1.5

Horace A. Stevens, Council of Administration, Lynn 45

Samuel Worcester, Council of Administration, Salem 50

Samuel M. Weale, Council of Administration, East Boston . ... 23

A. C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant-General, Boston 7, 57

B. Read Wales, Department Inspector, Boston 8, 13

J 6. B. Adams, Past Department Commander 12

Geo S Evans Past Department Commander, Boston Post Office, 1, 26,

30, 36, 68, 156, 1.59
Geo. H. Patch, Past Department Commander, Boston .... 2, 100

Jeremiah Wakefield, Boston • 32, 149

E. P. Morton, Webster l^J

Wm. L. Crosier, North Adams ''•'

Ivory R. Allen, Chelsea ?^

Chas. A. Tenney, Pratt's Junction ^

Thos. R. McDermott, Danvers fO

C. T. Stearns, Winchendon l^^

Geo V. Barrett, Ayer ^^

Samuel Hawes, Chatham 1*1



•")04 HISTOKY DEPT. OF MASS., (i.A.R.

Kev. A. St. John Chambre, Lowell 42

Will II. Thomas, Hingham 104

Robert 1). Sarsieiit, Newburyport . . . . 4!>

('has. II. Leonard, Plymouth .... 7<!, 1(>.t

Win L. Kohiiisoii, Worcester 10

Ira (i. Wilkiiis, Fitchburg lit

Thos. H. Haskell, Charlestowu 11

Thos. F. Ellsworth, Ipswich 122

W. C. Pomeroy, Northampton 8(1, 147

E. S Horton, Attlelioro i;5;i

Wm. S Gage, Braintree 88

Joseph W. Stocker, Beverly 89

Thomas Langlan, Boston Jt2

L. M. Aklen, MidcUeboro 124

Geo. .T. Sanger, Dan vers 152

Geo- II. Corey, Southbridge . . . 173

G. L. Eldridge, Hyde Park 16t»

A. R. Holmes, Canton . 1.57

.Joseph Gregory, Marblehead S2

A. M. Lunt, East Cambridge 134

Emerson Stone. Spencer (!.")

D. H. L (ileason. Natick iV6

C. P. AVinslow, Westboro 80

C. H. Cobnrn, Lowell 120

Edwanl E. Barnard, Turners Falls .1(12

E. C. Marsh, Marlboro 43, '.Mi

David R. Pierce, Boston . (Jd

Horace D. Durifin, North Cambridge . . ICl

J P. Maxflcld, Lowell IS,".

C. O. Roberts, Essex 114

Cyrus H. Wesson, Rutland ... 13(i

A. A. Burrill, Milford 22

Edward McKay, Milford 14

Benj. W Spooner, Athol ...... 123

R. L. Doane, Athol 17

Jacob Leroy, Lee ... 178

Geo W. Mason, Franklin 60

Henry W. Weeks, Dedhain 181

Eugene R Prior, Rockport lOfi

E. C. Gould, Melrose 75

E. W. Lathrop, Springlield 108, 183

N. E. Ladd, Groveland 101

Wm. W. Robinson, Bolton 172

Fred (4. Hyde, Oxford 168

E. P. Loring, Fitchburg 53

E. C. Mann, Lancaster 64

Chas Fay, Spriugtield 107

Jeremiah Stuart, Clinton 175

Geo. W Wilder, Scituate 31

Geo. W. Dutton, Stoughtou 72

Timothy Reed, Whitman 78

C. C. Nichols. Dedham 144

Chas. H. Clark, Westfleld 41

S. B. Spooner, Springlield 16

A. S. Athertou, Wakefield 4

J Albert Mills, Newburyport 128

Henry R. I'eirce, Abingtou 73

S A. Lawrence, Stoneham .33

Chauncy O. Noves. Georaetown 108



TWKNTV-FIR$T ANNIAI, ENCAMPMENT. 505

Thos. 11. Mathe\vs, Boston 11*5

.Tason Mann, Montagne 1"'0

C. E. Wade, Eastbanipton 166

E. P. Simpson, South Franiinsiliaiii . . 18

A. v. Greenongh, Fayville .44

Clias. W. Jackson. Lynn ... IIH

J. H. Balconi, Ashland 6

A. L. Barrett, Orange 20

.1. L. Bruce, Concord 180

II. The Coniuianders of the above indicated I'osts should at once
communicate with their Mustering Officers, giving time and place of
installation, and the most direct way of getting there. In case the com-
rade designated above for any I'ost cannot be present, and where no
comrade has been detailed by the Chief Mustering Officer, any National
or Department officer, or I'ast I'ost Conuuander (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 Service Book }

III. The Twenty-first Session of the Department Encampment will
be held in this city January 27 and 28 It is proposed to have a banquet
at the close of the meeting. In order that the committee may work
understandingly. Commanders of Posts are recjuested to send to this
office, at their earliest opportunity, on the inclosed postal card, the names
of comrades of their respective Posts Avho will purchase tickets to the
same. Price of tickets, §1 00. Promptness is desirable in this matter,
as only five hundred tickets can be issued on account of the capacity of
the hall.

IV. The address of the following named persons is wanted at these
headquarters : Anv comrade of Co. G^2d Mass. H. A., by Richard Garvey,
17 Culvert street^ Roxbury, Mass : of Samuel A. Philbrick. Co. E, 3d
L'.S. Cav.. Private Orderly "to General RaAvlins at General Grant's head-
quarters during Vicksburg campaign; any comrade ©f the 12th Mass.
LB., who remembers John Tierney of said l^attery ; any comrade of Co.
0, 1st Mass. Inf , Avho remembers Marshall Fay of said company; Isaac
Allen and Wm. Stonebury, Co. H, 40th N.Y.

V. Comrades are cautioned against assisting Comrade E. E. Hoav-
ard, a suspended member of Post 32 of South Boston. The Commander
of said Post informs these headquarters that he is unworthy.

VI. General Orders, Nos 5, C and 7, from National Headiiuarters,
are herewith promulgated.

By command of

KICIIARD F. TOBIN,
Official : Department Commander.

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant-General .



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



Headquarters Department of Massachusetts,
Grand Army of the Republic,
1 Pkmberton Sq., Room 11
General Orders, } Boston, Dec. 28, 188C.

No. 11. f

The angel of death has again visited our ranks and taken our hon-
ored comrade John Alexander Logan, for three years Commander-in-
Chief of the Grand Armj' of the Republic

B}' his deatli the Grand Army has lost one of its most devoted and
earnest friends. His record on the field was a glorious one, and whether
as General at the head of his gallant troops or as statesman in the halls
of Congress, he was ever ready to stand fearlessly by his old comrades
in arms His large-heartedness, his generosity to the needy and desti-
tute, his uniform kindness to all, endeared him to every member of our
organization with Avhom he became associated ; brave, frank, magnan-
imous, be will live in the hearts of those he has left behind, and their
love and grief will be a grander tribute to his memory than the proudest
chaplet which fame can lay upon his grave.

Oar teuderest sympathy and love are extended to the devoted wife
and weeping children, and we trust the memory of all his glories and
virtues may soften their grief at his absence.

All Department and Post officers will, for thirty days from the
date of this order, wear the usual badge of mourning on the left arm
and sword hilt when on duty, and the charter of each Post will be
draped in mourning in honor of our departed comrade.
By command of

RICHARD F. TOBIN,
Official: Department Commander

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant-General



twenty-first annual encampment. 507

Hkadquarteks Uepartmknt of Massachusetts, )
Grand Army ok the Republic, [-
1 Pemberton Sq , Room 11. )
General Orders, ) Boston, Jan 12, 1887.

No. 12. i

I. The Annual Encampment of this Department will meet at Tre-
raont Temple (in the Meionaon), Boston, on Thursday eveniuj;, January
27, at 7 o'clock, and continue the session at Treraont Temple, January 28.

II. It is earnestly desired that every Post in the Department shall
be represented by its full delegation. Posts should pay the expenses of
their deleijates, if necessary to secure this end

III. The ratio of I'epresentations has alread^y been published in
General Orders, No 8. In the absence of a Post Commander, the Senior
Vice-Comnuinder may repi'esent the Post, or if both are absent the Junior
Vice-Commander may act.

IV. Comrade Wm. F. Hayes, Commander of Post 1.51), will detail
one Ofticer of the Day, Officer of the Guard, an Orderly, and eiirht com-
rades to act as ijuard during the Encampment. This detail will report
to the Assistant Atl,iutant-General at Tremont Temple at (> p.m. the 27th.

V. After the adjournment of the Encampment, a l)anqiiet will be
held at Eaneuil Hall, to which Comrade Lucius Fairchild, Commander-in-
Chief of the G.A.R., Governor Ames, Mayor O'Brien, Collector Salton-
stall, Postmaster-General John M. Corse, and other distinguished guests
have been invited. Only five hundred tickets will be issued at .$1.00 each,
and as delegates are first to be supplied, it is hoped they will order tickets
through their Post Commanders without delay, so that if any are left
they can be sold to comrades desiring them.

VI The address of the following named persons is Avanted at these
headquarters : 2d Lieut. Wm. F. Clai'k, Sergt. James F. Kidder, both of
Co. E, 30th Mass. Inf., and Sergt. -Maj Geo. G. Spear, same regiment;
of Capt. Chas. H. Rich, Co C, 1st N S. C Troops; of some comrade of
Co K, 146 N.Y. Inf., in July, 1863, who knew Michael Goi'don of said
company ; Surgeon 28th Mass. Inf., spring of 1863 ; some comrade of Co.
B, 28th Mass. Inf., who rememljers William F. Carter of said company.
VII. Geoeral Orders, No. 8, from National Headquarters, is here-
with promulgated.

By command of

RICHARD F. TOBIN,
Official : Department Commander.

A C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant- General.



o08



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



ROSTER

Department of Massachusetts, G.A.R.
1886.



Elected.

Richard F. Toiun, Commander . . South Boston.

Charles D. N'ash, Senior J'icc- Commander South Abington.
Edmund C. Whitney, Junior Vice-Commander Dorchester.

C. D. Hendrickson, Medical Director . Orange.

Rev. E. a. Perry, Chaplain .... Palmer.

Council of AdminhtraMiin.

Horace a. SA\yyER Lynn.

Samuel Worcester Salem.

Geokge L. Goudale Medford.

Frank Simonds Natick.

Samuel 51. Weai.e E. Boston.

Official Staff.

A. C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant- General . 1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11, Boston.
John H. O'Donnei.l, , Assistant Q.M.-Gencral, 1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11, Boston.

B. Read Wales, /xs^jc-c^or l I'emberton Sq., Room 11, Boston.

John A. K^y^t-r, Judge Advocate . . . Boston.

P. Allen IjIsusky, Chirf Musterin'j OJicrr . Oambridgei>ort.



Aides-de-Camp



E. W. Lathrop,
A. S. Atherton,
Thomas Lan(;lan,
Jere. Wakefield,
Wm. J. Blake,

E. P. Jewett,

F. H. Hills,
Thos. H. Haskell,
A. J. Wilson,

C. H. Wakefield,
C. C. Haskell,
Wm. H. Brown,
James Cuthhert,

T. I. QUINX,



Springfield.

Wakefield.

Boston.

Boston.

South Boston.

Foxboro.

Newton.

Charlestdwu.

Brighton.

Hingham.

Greenfield.

Marblehead.

Pittsfield.

East Cambridge.



Dakhs Hadley,
A. R. Hol.mes,
R. S. Atherton,
R. C. C'.\ldf,r,
A. B. Pierce,
C. M. Sprague,
John Keach,
O. L. Wood,
Wm. H. Johnson,
Wm. p. Martin,
LvsANDEB Wood,
Wm. a. Prescott.

L. M. ALDEN.

Thos. F. Ellsworth,



Everett.

Canton.

Turners Falls.

Manchester.

Natick.

Lynn.

Xorthampton.

Pittsfleld,

Haverhill.

• ^uincy.

Stoughton.

Chelsea.

Middleboro.

Ipswich.



TWENTY-FIKST ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



509



Aides-di'- Camp ( Continued) .



James \V. Joyce,
Thos. W. Cook,
J. H. Harrison,
Jas. K. chuk< lull.
1". h. o'conmell,
Wm. E. Long,
C. E. Bailev,
ii. n. horton,
Ma.ior Bacon,
Isaiah Hutchins,
H. H. Collamore,
Louis E. Stone,
H. M. McCloud,
G Q. A. Bryant,
Laurence Gibnev,
J. C. Madigan,
M. H. Stevens,
j. b. loring,
Chas. B. Carlin,
AVm. H. Belcher,
Owen B. Chai fee,
J. F. Hunter,



I^awrenoe.

New Bedford.

Fiskdule.

AVoirester.

I tan vers.

Urookline.

Kinjistoii.

Lee.

Arlington.

West Acton.

No. Pembroke.

Clinton.

Amherst.

Winchendon.

Blackstone.

E. Walpole.

Waltham.

Shrewsbury.

stoneham.

Holliston.

Oxford.

Shelburne Fall.-^



A. E. Paixe,

B. F. French,
A. J. Lowu,

CVRUS T. BAT< IlKI-UOR,

Rodney D. Lof)Mis,
lillSSELL L. Doane.
J, II. Balcom,

C. F. Paine,
Wm. p. Warren,
Harlow Chai'in,
Edward LE(ir. ,
E. P. Miles,

J. H. Abbott,

Ben.i. Phenix,

W. H. Abbott,

J. Walter Brai>lee,

Isaac Call,

Chas. a. Gross,

Wm. L. Hicks,

Wm. H. EvELiTii,

k. P. Chamberlaine,

K. F. Chamberlain,



Brockton.

East Templeton.

Salem .

Peabody.

Millbury.

.Vthol Centre.

Ashland.

Groveland.

Woburn.

.Monson.

Brookfleld.

Hudson.

Fall River.

Boston.

Hoi yoke.

Milton.

Swarapscott.

Cohasset.

l{o.\bury.

Cambridge.

Concord.

Sandwich.



liepresp.ntatives to

DELEG-VTE-AT-LARGE.

J.L.Otis, Northampton.



JVatioiinl Encampmexb

alternate-at-large.
Charles O. F^.llows, Chelsea.



DELEG

John McDonough,
e. r. wheeler,
Walter Goodrich,
N. E. Abbott,
W. H. Chamberlix,
J. A. Richmond,

E. S. HORTOX,

E. B. Loring,
J. J. Calanan,

B. S. LOVELL,

G. L. Rice,
I). H. WiLCO.X,
Peter I). Smith,

C. A. R. DiMOXD,
A. S. Atherton,
John Best,

E. B. Macv,

N. S. TOflAN,



ATES.

.South Boston.

Spencer.

Haverliill.

Springfield.

Pittsfield.

Shelburne Falls.

Attleboro.

Boston.

Holyoke.

East Weymouth.

North Adams.

Lee.

Andover.

I.,owell.

WaketieUl.

stoneham.

Fitchburg.

Brockton.



Daniel F. Kielv,
Phillip Creasev,
A. M. Dudley,
John S. Cook,
f:. N. Jones,
E. C. Whitney,
Joseph Dalton,
Tho.-*. W. Cook,
J. F. Callanan,
.T. D. Cogswell,
James B. Brewster,
H. C. Sherwin,
C. E. Hai'Good,
Luther C. Brown.
Henry a. Walker,
Frank E. Martelli,
W. S. Hickson,
Frank M. Whitman.



ates.

Lawrence.

Newburyport.

Salem.

North Brookfleld.

Adams.

Dorchester.

E. Boston.

New Bedford.

Springfield.

Leicester.

Plymouth.

Aver.

Brookline.

Lynn.

Medway.

Cambridgeport.

Chelsea.

Haverhill.



Austin S. Cushmax,
A. B. R. Sprague,
Francis A. Osboijn,
*.Iames L. Bates,
William Cogswell,
A. B. Underwood,
John W. Kimball,
George S. Merrill,



Past Department Commanders.
New York. Horace BiNNEYSAKGENT,Salem

Worcester.



Boston.

Weymouth.

Salem.

Boston.

Fitchburg'-.

Lawrence.



John O. B. Adams,
*John a. Ha WES,
George W. Creasey,
George H. Patch,
George S. Evans,
John D. Billings,
John W. Hersey,



Concord.

Fairhaven.

Newburyport.

So. Framinghani.

Cambridgeport.

Cambridgeport.

Springtield.



* Deceased.



510



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



POSTS.



Name of Tost.



Wm. Logan Rodman

Dahlgren



W. 11. Bartlett ..

U. S. Grant

General J-ander.



r. T. Wyman

Chas. Russell Lowell



E. W. Pierce

Reno

George H. AVard . .

Abraham Lincoln.



H. M. Warren

Fletcher Webster .



C.C.Phillips....
John A. Andrew



E. K. Wilco.K.



General Sedgwick.
Colonel Prescott . .
Edwin V. Sumner.
H. S. Green leaf ...



Friedrich Hecker...
Maj. E. F. Fletcher
Joseph Hooker



A. P>. R. Sprague...

H. H. Legge

Thos. G. Stevenson



Charles Devens.. . .
George D. Wells . .
F. P. H. Rogers ...
William H. .Smart.

George W. Perry. .

Washington

Uurbank



Phil. H. Sheridan . ..
Theodore W i n t hr o p .



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 . .



New Bedford . .
South Boston . .

Taunton

Melrose

Lynn

HoUiston

Boston

Middleboro

Hudson

Worcester

Charlestown

Wakefield

Brockton

Hoi)kinton

Boston

Springfield

Orange

Ashland

Fitchburg

Colerain

Boston

Milford

East Boston

Grafton

Uxbridge

Roxbury

Oxford

West Boylston .

Waltham

Cambridgeport

Scituate

South Boston. .

Woburn

Salem

Chelsea

Arlington

Spencer

Brookfield

Lawrence

Maiden

We.*tfield

Lowell

Marlboro

Fayville

Gloucester

Fall River

Haverhill

Ayer



No. OF

Mkmr'ks



253

220

161

6S

949

4G
412

78
94
(iOl



205
186



33
440



89

35

239

23

54

125

128

73
3i
l(i4

45
31
111

2))4

(;3

70

8.-)

225
432



102
58
343
141
150
353

131

34

1 CO

215

309
50



Commander.



Fred A. Washburn ;

Box 492 \

C. H. Whiting

3S2 Broadway )

Lewis B. Hodges

Edwin C. Gould

T. M. Currant (

Box 23 i

Wm.H. Belcher

Wilbur F. Lane (

37 D wight Street i

James M. Sampson

Chas. G. Brigham

Cephas N. Walker i

6 Merrick Street \

Wm. H. Poole (

143 Main Street )

Arlon S. Atherton

Alfred F. Sears I

Box 1094 i

N. H. Houghton

Oavid R. I'icrce )

771 Dudley Street \

Joel H. Hendricks )

C32 State Street (

Albert L. Barrett

K. H. Bunker

Edward I*. Loring

E. J. Read (

Gr^swokiville \

Chas. Rothenberg j

46 Laicrange St., Boston I

Henry J. Bailev (

■ Box -243 i

Edward I'reble

6 Monmouth St., E.B. \

Geo. M. Newton

Ezra H. Hill

John E. Killian /

1 FenwickSt., Roxburv )

O. B. Chaffee '. . .

.1. E. Anderson

M. H. Stevens

Wm. H. P. Plumnicr. . . I
42 Windsor Street \

Geo. O. Vinal )

Egypt I

W. J. Blake (

19 Dedham Street 1

Wm. P. Warren (

Box 695 S

Samuel Worcester

Nelson H. Sibley |

Office Chief of Police i

Horace D. Durgin j

North Cambridge \

Chas. P. Barton

E. Legg

Chas. H.Conillard

F.E. West

Geo. 11. Prescott

John Welch )

212 Middlesex Street I

J. R. McCrillis

Geo. Cantello

Sidnev Gardner

JohnH. Abbott (

Box 369 (

Edward B. Savage

John H. Sprague



Night of
Meeting.



Wednesday

1st and 3d Wed.

Tuesday

1st and 3d Tues.

Thursday

Tuesday

Friday

Saturday
Wednesday

Thursday

1st and :u\ Tues.

Monday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Friday

2d and 4th AVed.

Alter. Fridays

Wednesday

Monday

1st and 3d Sat.
Last Tuesday
Wednesday

2d and 4th Tues.

2d and last Mon.
1st and 3d Tues.

1st and 3d Mon.

1st and 3d Tues.
1st and 3d Fri.
2d and 4th Tues.

Thursday

1st and 3d Mon.

1st and .■!(! Wed.

Thursday

Tuesday

Thursday

IstandlthThurs.

1st and SdThurs.
1st and 3d Tues.
Wednesday
lstand3dThurs.
2d and 4th Tues.

Thursday

Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday

Thursday

Tuesday

lstand3dThurs



TWENTV-FIHST ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



511



POSTS.



Name of Post. No.



A. W. Bartlett 49

llnion .W

EzraBiitcheller 51

A. B. Randall 52

Charles H. Stevens — 5.3

Capt. C. S. Hastings' rA

.7 . C. Freeman 55

Charles Beck riti

V. Stearns Davis 57

Heynokls 58

Major .T. A. Pratt ... .".9

Franklin (><)

Nathaniel Lyon C!

Charles Waid (>2

Oen . Wads worth (v?

K. 1). Baker 64

Clara Barton f)5

S. C. Lawrence 66

Allen 67

I'.enj. Stone, Jv 6H

,7. P. Rice 69



Town.



'Jeorfrc .\. (.'uster. . .
Kilpatrick



A. St. John Chanibrc.
Mcl'herson



HartSTiff

.7. P. Gduld

Collingwood

Thenin E. Hall...
David A. Russell.



Chas. D. Sanford. . .
.\rthur <i. Biscoe. .

Isaac B. Patten

John Goodwin, Jr.

J. E. Wilder

M. E. Stowell

.7. W. Lawton

W. L. Baker



Gen. S. Thayer. . . .

I'anl Revere"

J. H. Chipman, Jr.

Ward



K. P. Carpenter

Francis Washburn.

I izro Miller

Itevcrc



Gen. E. W. Hinks.



Joe Johnson

K. J.Grifrgs

Henrv Brvant

Gen. W. F. Bartlett...

William B. (Jreene

Charles Suuiner

Huntint;ton F.Wolcott



Newburyport

Peabody

North Hrookfield.
South Easton



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Memb'bs



Leominster....

Berlin

Provincetown .
Cambridge. ..



East Cambridge.
Weymouth



Sterling .
Franklin
"Webster.
Newton..



Xatick..
Clinton.
Warren.



Medford.. . .
Manchester
Dorchester .



Westminster.



Millbury.
Holvoke.



Stoughton.
Abiiigton..



87 South Bra in tree.

8» Quincv

S9 Beveriv



Rockland

Stoneham

Plymouth

Holden

South Abington.

North Adams

Westboro

Watertown

Marblehead

Hanover

•South Deerfield

Ware

Northampton . .



90 , Danvers

Foxboro

!)1 Brighton

!i-.' Shelburne Falls. .

ii:5

94 Canton



95 Saugiis .



96 North boro

97 Belchertown .

9S Cohasset

99 j Andover

100 Methuen

101 Groveland . ..

102 Milton



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117



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114



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76
99
104



100
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254



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Commander.



Henry Martin

Frank E. 7''arnham

John S. Cooke

EIli.s R. Holbrook |

Box 30, Cocliesett j

A. W. Allen

John A. Merrill

Geo. H. Nickerson

Horace A. AUyn /

471 Broadway \

F. M. Balcom j

Sixth Street i
Benj. S. Lovell i

East Weymouth (

Wm. S. Walker

Wm. E. Nason

Elias 1'. Morton

W. H. Park.Jr /

Newtonville )

S. W. Mann

Henry <; Ladd

JohnThayer (

Box 3.30 i

Robt. M. Spinney

Chas. H. Stone

Chas. D. Stiles I

13 Belden Street I
J. S. Harrington t

S. Westminster (

E. A. Waters

Wm. H. Abbott I

Howard Street (

Lvsander Wood

A". W. Hincs )

North Aldington |

Geo. E. Dunham

S.L. Colley

B. A. Hathaway

A. D. Bascom

Rufus Cass 1

S. Abington Station )

I'eter Snyder

Chas. E. Smith

Fred A . Thomas



Night of
Meeting.



R. C Waterman

Chas. Stowell

Frank P. Clark

Wm. R. Bardwell /

Florence, Mass. \

Henry A . Monk

Franci.s P. I^oud

John Hauners i

Box 84S (

Harvev H. Pillsbury

H. C. Lindley

.Mva J. Wilson

James F. Hunter /

Box 1.54 i
John T. I'itman )

Box 276 i

John T. Grlman )

East Saugus i

F. M. Harrington

A. W. Morse..

E. E. Wentworth

Geo. W. Chandler

Geo. N. Bernard

Hosea 7? . Nash

Chas. E. C. Breck



Friday

2d and 4th Mon.

Thursday

2d and last Fri.

2d and 4th Thurs.
1st Tuesday
2d and 4th'Fri.

Monday

Wednesday

1st and 3d Tues.

1st Saturday
4th Monday
2d and 4th*Fri.

1st and 3d Thurs.

Tuesday

1st and 3d Fri.

1st and 3d Werl.

2d and4thTnes.
Friday

1st and 3d Tues.

Alternate Sat.



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