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may be necessary to call special meetings of Posts in some instances.
Posts will be expected to exemplify the work of the Order, including
opening and muster-in. Travelling expenses will be assumed by the
Department, therefore it is expected that all local expenses will be paid
by the Post inspected A report of these inspections will be made at
once to these headquai-ters on blanks provided for that purpose.

II. Comrades Lysander Wood and J. Warren Berry having tendered
their resignations as Aides on the Department Commander's Staff, the
same are hereby accepted.

III. The following Aides-de-Camp are hereby detailed to act as
Assistant Inspectors, and are assigned to duty by the Department Inspec-
tor to the several Posts as follows : —

Wm. H Gnrney 76,124,127

A S. Atherton 33, 40, 185

Thos. W. Cook 3, 8, 46

Thos. H Haskell 15. 35, 6^

Wm H.Brown 45,61,129.137

H. M Stevens 48, 56, 161

A. B Pierce 6, 10, 37. 167

F. C. Hills .... 24. 63, 81

Wm. L. Hicks 7, i)2. 144

J. Walter Bradlee 88, 94. 121

B. F French ■ 1V3, 179

Harlow Chapin . . 65, 85, 103

A. J Lowd 82, 90, 188

ChasA Gross 31, 104. 165

Geo O. Xoyes 2. 5, 159

F. M. Balcom 29, 134, 156

Wm. B. Sears ..... 113. 181

Frank B. Peal)ody 30, 39, ISO

A. S. Valentine 146



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

A. L Shattuck ... 10'.», UO, 162

L B. Simons 158, 176, 187

Leroy C. Western 101,114,128,151

J. Everett rierce ... .4,12,75

Geo. A. Woodbury 2d 34, 49, 108, 120

J. Fred Leslie 35, 57

Aldricli Cook 59, 64, 69, 175

,T. R Hamilton 53, 116, 153, 184

J. Linfield 91, 170

James Frey ... 1, 50, 95, 118

Isaac Hopkins 13, 83, 112

C R. Kaplinger 41, 86, 107

A. C. Andrews 67, 106, 152

George R. Dyer . . 73, 74, 154

John Best 21, 42

Joseph P. Thompson ... ^ .... 47. 99

E. F. rhinney 14, 18, 22, 96

E. W Smith 25. 27, 168, 173

L. B. Hodsres 133, 145

Jeremiah Stewart . . ... 9, 43, 54, 172

H N. Harriman 89, 100, 122

Jason Mann 79, 84, 164

Dexter F. Hasjer 126, 166

Harry T. Hohnes 26, 186

George N. Miinsell 55, 132

M. G. R Swift 141, 182

A S Byrne 78, 98, 111

James Holmes 38, 131, 136

Cephas N. Walker 28, 70, 77, 80, 135

E. E. Barnard 150, 171, 174

James K Odell 11, 23

L A. Larason . . 105, 117, 130

Francis Drake 142, 163

L. F. Wheelock 125, 177

Melville D. Jones 66, 149

Peter N. Sprague 58, 87

Charles H. Deyo 155, 160

William Provin 16,178,183

W. F Lane 32, 139

James P. Litch 60, 62, 148

James H Horton 17, 20, 93

John F. Lambie 71, 97, 147

Charles Q Pierce 119,138

William H Sherwin 19, 44, 115

Seth L. French 52,72,110

Henry W. Weeks 102, 143, 157, 169

Myron S. Barton 51

IV. David Cpiurch Post 189 of Marshfleld, Albion Hatch, Com-
mander, has been organized since last General Orders.
Bv command of

CHARLES D. NASH,
Official : Department Commander.

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Ad)nta)it-(rencraL



twenty-second annual encampment. 589

IIeadquarteks Depaut^ient ok Massachusetts, )
Grand Army of the Kepublic, [-
1 Femberton Sq., Room U. )
General Orders, \ Boston, Nov 10, 1887.

No. 8. (

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

II Particular attention is directed to the election of delegates and
alternates to the Department Encampment. This election must be held
at the first regular meeting in December. The ratio of representation
is as follows: — One delegate and one alternate for ever}' fifty members
reported in good standing at the end of the third (|uarter, ending Septem-
ber ;?0, with an additional delegate and alternate for the fraction when it
is more than one half that number. But every Post, whatever its mem-
bersliip, is entitled to one delegate and alternate. (See Rules and Regula-
tions, Chap. Ill , Article II.) Blank credentials are herewith enclosed on
which to make returns One copy only will be sent to these headquarters.

III. A year's supply of blank Adjutants' and Quartermasters' reports,
with blank bond for Post Quartermaster, have been sent to each Post
Commander. If the same have not been received, notice should be sent
to these headquarters at once.

IV. Accompanying supply of blank Adjutants' and Qnartermastei's'
reports will be found a book showing specimen pages of books prepared
expressly for the use of G.A R Posts. Tliese books have been in use in
this Department for a number of years, and are just what is needed to
simplify the Avork of Post otficers I Avould earnestly recommend that
Posts who are not using these books now, adopt them as soon as con-
venient, as they are the most practical and business-like forms that have
yet been issued to Posts of the G A R. The price of each book is given
upon the specimen page, and they will be supplied through these head-
quarters only, either in sets or by single volume

V. The address is wanted at these headquarters of any comrade
knowing the post-office address of any of the following sailors : W W.
Whiting. Chief Engineer; John Ainsworth, Alex McCause, Geo. Ilosmer,
Thos Quiirley, Thos. Moft'at, John Meyers and John McCaffery, who served
on the U S.S. Tristra)i Shandii, in the years 18(!-1-G5; anj' comrade of
Co I, 'M\ U.S. Cav., who remembers James King of said company in
1864; Thos Nixon, 8th Maine; any shipmate on board Gunboat Pcmnlia
in 1864, who knew Samuel Strout. Avho lost foot during an engagement
near Mobile, Feb 22, 1864 ; of Charles M Munroe, Co I). ."jOth Mass Inf.;
any officers or privates of Co. G, 20th Mass. Inf. ; any shipmate on board
U S.S Neta Avho remembers Charles McLaughlin and John Williams of
said ship in 1864; some members of Co E. 3d Mass. Heavy .Artillery,
who remember Timothy O. Donoghue of said company; any comrade of
2d NeAV Jersey Vols, in 1861, who knew John A. Anthony of said regi-
ment; of Henry S. Russell, Co K. 11th Mass. Inf.: Sergt. Wni. H.
Humphrey, Co B, 12th Mass.; 1st Sergt. Chas C. Richards and two
comrades of Co. A, 4th .Mass. Cav., who remember Patrick Sanlor;
Henry C. Burgess, Co E, 17th Mass. Inf.. 1864-6."); Geo. R Arey, U S.
Ship Hartford. 1864; Nicholas Egan, 1st R.I. Cav. ; any member of Co. I,
9th Mass Inf., who remembers Thos. Norton of said company; any
officers or members of Co I. .5th Mass. Cav

VI. The proceediuiTS, findings and sentence of the court-martial in
the trial of Frank M. Whitman of Post 47, G .V.R , Haverhill, are hereby
approved, and he is dishcmorably discharged and dismissed from the
Grand Army of the Republic.

By command of
Official : ' CHARLES D. NASH,

A. C. Monroe, Department Commander.

Assistant Adjutant- General.



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

Headquarters Department of Massachusetts, )
Grand Army of the Republic, [-
1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11. )
General Orders, ) Boston, Dec. 7, 1887.



No. 9.



I. The order announcing Mustering Officers will be 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 choice when he will be
detailed by the Chief Mustering Officer 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 designate.

II In accordance with Rules and Regulations installations may be
conducted publicly at a special meeting to be held for that purpose, but
no part of the opening or closing services or signs of recognition are to
be used.

III. The address is wanted at these headquarters of Sergts John
McDonald and Chas H. Hesseltine, 13th Mass Light Batty. ; of any com-
rade of Co. F, 7th Conn. Inf , who remembers James F Smith of said
company; of any comrade of Company D, 11th Mass. Inf., who remem-
bers John Boyle of said company; of any shipmate on board U.S S
Maratanza in 1863, who remembers Martin Kennedy of said ship ; of
Walter S. Cushman, A. A. Paymaster on board U S. Bark Bi'stless to Janu-
ary, 1804; also Surgeon's Steward by name of Powers on board same
bark.

IV. The proceedings, finding and sentence of the court-martial in
the trial of Comrade Edwin A. Stackpole of Post 120, G.A.R , Lowell,
and Comrade Sumner Gilson of Post 48, G A R., Ayer. are hereby
approved and they are dishonorablj' discharged and dismissed from the
Grand Army of the Republic.

By command of

CHARLES D. NASH,
OflScial : Department Commander.

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant-General.



Headquarters Depahtment of Massachusetts,

Grand Army of the Republic,

1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11.

General Orders, "I Boston, Dec. 26, 1887.

No. 10. J

I. The following named comrades are hereby detailed as Mustering
Officers by Comrade T. Spencer Jenks, Chief Mustering Officer of the
Department, and will install the officers of the Posts whose numbers
appear against their names : —

Chas. D Nash, Department Commander, Whitman . . ... 78

E C Whitney, Department Senior Vice-Commander, Boston . 13, 170
Arthur A. Smith, Council of Administration, Griswoldville . . 17, 174

E P. Jewett, Council of Administration. lioston 91

A C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant-General, Boston ... 30, 38, 159
Aug. II. Wright, Assistant Quartermaster-General, Abington ... 73

B Read Wales, Department Inspector, Boston 12, 185, 186

T. Spencer Jenks, Chief Mustering Officer, Worcester 63

Geo S Merrill, Past Commander-in-Chief, Lawrence 101

Geo. W. Creasey, Past Department Commander, Boston .... 62
Geo. S. Evans, Past Department Commander, Cambridgeport . . 34, 68



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 591

Richard F. Tobin, Past Department Commander, Boston . 2, 7, 15, 26
John D. Billinsis, Past Department Commander, Cambridgeport 86, 163
John W. Uersey, Past Department Commander, Springfield ... 41
Chas. O. Fellows, Past Assistant Quartermaster-General, Chelsea . 44,

95, 156

A. W. Fnlton, North Adams 79

Henry W Weeks, Dedham . . 181

Chas! H Wal<efleld, Hingham 104

Henrv O. Sawyer, West Boylston 59

A. A Seaverns, North Scituate 31

Tlios. R. McDermott, Danvcrs 90

Charles M. Whelden, Pittsfield 1^'»

Wm. H. Brown, Marbleliead ^2

E. P. Loring. Fitchbnrg 1'*

Henrv S Bunton, Hyde Vavk 121

Wm/H ^Morgan, Beverly , • -^^

A. L. Shattucli, Orange l^-J. j'^

Jeremiah Walsefield, Boston 1^*

Tristram Talliot. Newburyport ' ' to

Benj. S Lovell, E. Weymonth ; ' ,?,

A S. Atherton, Wakefield 4, 5, 101

Jos H. Stocker, Beverly 89

Charles II. Leonard, Plymouth . . . l^

G. Q. A Bryant, Winchendon '^^

J. C. Madigan, E. Walpole 1»^

Wm. A Stone, Manchester "^

M. D. Jones, Somerville 1^9

Edwin C. Gould, Melrose '^

S. Wells Hunt. Sandwich - , ^An

Seth L. French, Campello . . In

Geo W. Nason. Boston 00

Daniel Travis, Holliston . • " ' iro

Jason Mann, Montague J"^0

Wm. Holt)rook, Palmer 10'

Geo. W. Corey. Southbridge 1^7

Lewis B. Hodires, Taunton J'

M. H. Stevens, Waltham 1°0

W. H. Chamberlin, Pittsfield 1°'

Henry T. Holmes, Chelsea ^5

Chas! E French, Essex J-^^

E. P. Morton. Webster |''^

John S. Beck, Medford «9

Geo. H. Howard, West Brookfleld '«o

C. J Lowd. Salem ' ' ms

Chas W Tenney, Georgetown J^°

E P. Snow, .\dams 1^°

(Jeo T. Fairweather. Westboro ^0

Wm. S. Frost, Marlboro 1^^

Chas. A. Stott, Lowell *^

Chas. L. Tucker. Amesbury j^^

Geo M Rice, Uxbridge 'iq.,' Ii-

E C. Martin, Attleboro 1^-*' ^*^

Frank McGraw, Fall Uiver 1

Charles Frazier. Clinton ''^

M. M Stowe, Ashbnrnliam l°*

L E. Thaver, Oxford {'

L A. Lamson, Milford ^'^^

Robert C Jenkins, Hopkinton 1*

Josiah A Richmond. Shelburne Falls »^

A. H. Bump, Southbridge 1'^



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

Lysander 'Wood, Stoujrhton .72

John H Abbott, Fall River ■ . . . . 182

Edward C. Marsh, Marlboro IK

C. C. Nichols, Dedham . . 144

D. L Getchel, Amesbury 114

Edwin Northrop, Dalton .... 178

John Balcom, Ashland 44

Horace A. AUyn, Cambridge .56

Andrew C Stone, Lawrence 100

W. W. Robinson, Bolton 172

Geo H. Bonney, Kingston . . . lfir>

Chas. A. Gross, Cohasset 98

C. A. Wheeler, Leominster 53

E. D Hnchinson, Hnntinston 17fi

Samuel M. Weale, E. Boston 33

Albert L. Barrett, Orange ... 171

Calvin W. Pool, Rockport 106

B. F. Cook, Gloucester 45

John Scates, Sonth Hanover Ill

II. The Commanders of the above indicated Posts 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 desisnated above for any Post cannot be present, and where no
comrade has been detailed by the Chief Mustering Officer, 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. fSee Service Book.)

III. The Twenty-first Session of the Department Encampment will
be held in this city, February 8 and 9. It is proposed to have a banquet
at the close of the meeting. In order that the committee may work
nnderstandingly, Commanders of Posts are requested to send to this office,
at their earliest opportunity, on the enclosed postal card, the names of
comrades of their respective Posts who will purchase tickets to the same.
Price of tickets. .$1.00 each, and as delegates are first to be supplied, it is
hoped they will order tickets through their Post Conimanders with-
out delay, so that if any are left, they can be sold to comrades desiring
them. Promptness is absolutely necessary in this matter, as only 500
tickets can be issued on account of the capacity of the hall

IV. The address of the following-named |)ersoiis is wanted at these
headquarters Geo. W. Swain, Co. C, 1st Mass. Inf. and Co H, 29th
Mass Inf. ; of any comrade who remembers Chns. P. Farnsworth. Co. I,
4th Mass Cav. ; of Sergt Thos. Botts, or any member of Co K, 11th
Mass. Inf., who remembers John Langlate of said Co.; of John W.
Robinson, Co G. 1st Rhode Island Art,; of two shipmates who served
on board the U S S Rhode Island, in the summer of 1865 and '60, who
knew John Glinn of said ship ; of two or more shipmates who served on
board U S Gunboat Tnscaroi-a in 1863, who rememljers H N. Brown of
said boat; of two shipmates who served on board the Gunboat Wijandanl-
in 1861, who remembers Chas. A. Sisson of said boat

V. The proceedinss, flindings and sentence of the court-martial in
the trial of Comrade Chas H. Walker, of Post 55, G.A R.. Provincetown,
are hereby approved, and he is dishonorably discharged and dismissed
from the Grand Army of the Republic.

By command of

CHARLES D. NASH,

Department Commander.
Official :

A C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant-General.



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 593



HUSETTS, "I
EPU15LIC, [■
lOOM 11. J



Headquarters Departmknt ok Massachusetts,
Grand Army of the Rei
1 Pemheuton Sq., Room
General Orders, "I Boston, Jan. ID, 1888.

No. 11. /

I. In accordance vfith the action of the Council of Administration,
the Twenty-rtrst Annual Encampment of this Department Avill convene
at Tremont Temple, Boston, on Wednesday afternoon, February 8, at 2
o'clock, and continue the session the 9th It is hoped that by meeting at
2 o'clock Wednesday we shall be able to adjourn by 1 o'clock Thursday,
thus g;iving ample time for the banquet, and enabling comrades from out
of town to take trains for home.

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 delegates, if necessary to secure this end.

Ill The ratio of representation has already been published in Gen-
eral Orders, No. 8. In the absence of a Post Commander, the Senior
Vice-Commander may represent the Post; or if both are absent, the
Junior Vice-Commander may act.

IV. Comrade J H S. Pearson, Commander of Joseph Hooker Post
No. 23, East Boston, will detail an Officer of the Day. Officer of the Guard,
an Orderly and eight comrades to act as guard during the Encampment ;
this detail will report to the Assistant Adjutant-General at Tremont
Temple at 1 o'clock p.m. the 8th.

V. After the adjournment of the Encampment, a banquet will be
held at Faneuil Hall, to Avhich Comrade John P. Rea, Commander-in-Chief
of the G A.R ; John C. Linnehan, Junior Vice Commander-in-Chief ;
Daniel Fish, Adjutant-General; Governor Ames and other gentlemen dis-
tinguished in military and civil life have been invited. Only five hundred
tickets will be issued at one dollar each. Delegates should order their
tickets through their Post Commanders without delay, so if any are left
they can be sold to comrades desiring them.

VI. The annual meeting of the Veterans' Rights Union and Employ-
ment Bureau, Department of Massachusetts, G A.R., will be held at the
Meionaon (Tremont Temple), Wednesday, Feb 8, 1888, at 1. 80 o'clock p m.

Posts are entitled to two delegates, who may be appointed by the
Commander or elected by the Post.

VII. The address of the following named persons is wanted at these
headquarters: Some shipmate on board U.S.S. Colorado in 18G3, who
remembers James W. Langley of said ship ; a member of Co. A, 8th
Mass. Inf., who remembers Wm. F. Thomas of said company.

VIII. General Orders, No. 3, from National Headquarters, is here-
with promulgated.

By command of

CHARLES D. NASH,
Official : Department Commander.

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant- General.

38



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



Headquarters Department of Massachusetts, )
Grand Army of the Repuri.ic, -
1 Femberton Sq., Room U. )
General Orders, \ Boston, Jan. 19, 1888.



No. 12.



Comrades: For the second time it becomes my sad duty to announce
to the comrades of this Department that still another comrade has gone
from amon<r us to answer to the roll-call on the other side. Fast Depart-
ment Commander A. B. Underwood died at his home in Boston on
Saturday, Jan., 14, 1888. As Department Commander he discharged the
duties of the office with an ability that reflected credit and honor to the
Order, as well as to himself A brave soldier, as the telling evidence of
the conflict he bore about him testified, and as an honored and upright
citizen he was trusted and esteemed by all his fellow-men For these
sterling qualities we will ever hold him in grateful remembrance.

As a mark of respect and esteem for our departed comrade, all
Department and Post Oflicers 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 Fost will be draped in mourning.

By command of

CHARLES D. NASH,
Official : Department Commander.

A. C. Monroe,

Assistant Adjutant- General.



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



595



ROSTER

Department of Massachusetts, G.A.R.
1887.



Elected.

Charles D. Nash, Commander .... Wliitmau.

Edmdnd C. Whitney, Senior Vice-Commander, Dorchester.

James Kittle, J?owo/' Vice- Commander . . Pittsfield.

J. B. HERKV, Medical Director .... Boston.

Rev. E. A. HoRTON. Chaplain .... Boston.

Council of Administration.

Geo. L. Goodale Medford.

Wm. a. Pbescott Chelsea.

Arthur A. Smith Colerain.

Malcolm Sillars Danvers.

E. P. iEWETT Foxboro.



Official Staff.

Alfred C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant-General,
Augustus U. Wright, Assistant Q.M.-General,

B. Read W.vles, Inspector

John A.. Kkefe, Judc/c Advocate ....
T. Spencer Jenks, Chief Mustering Officer



1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11, Boston.
1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11, Boston.
1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11, Boston.
1 Pemberton Sq., Room 11, Boston.
Worcester.



Aides-de



Wm. H. Gdrxey,

A. S. Atherton,
Thos. W. Cook,
Thos. H. Haskell,
Wm. H. Brown,
H. M. Stevens,
A. B. Pierce,
F. C. Hills,
Wm. L. Hick.«,
J. Walter Bradlee,
F. B. French,
Thcs. F. Ellsworth,
Harlow Chapin,
A. P. Chamberlaine,
A. J. Lowi),
Chas. a. Gross,
Lysander Wood,
Geo. O. Noyes,
F. M. Balcom,
Wm. B. Sears,



Whitman.

Waketield.

New Bedford.

Charlestown.

Marblehead.

Waltham.

Natick.

Newton.

Roxbury.

Milton.

East Templeton.

Ipswich.

Monson.

Concord.

Salem.

Coh asset.

Stoughton.

Boston.

East Cambridge.

Brookline.



■Camp.

Frank B. Peabody,
S. A. Valentine,
A. L. Shattuck,
L. B. Simons,
Leroy C. Western,
J. Everett Pierce,
Geo. a. Woodburv, '2d,
J. Fred Leslie,
Aldrk H Cook,

Ik A G. WiLKINS,
J. LlNFIELI),

James P'key,
Isaac Hopkins,
C. R. Kaplinger,
Albert C. Andrews,
Geo. R. Dver,
John Best,
Joseph W. Thompson,
E. F. Phinney,
E. W. Smith,



Lowell.

Boston.

Orange.

Pittsfield.

Newburyport.

Medford,

Beverly.

Woburn.

Leominster.

Fitchburg.

Canton.

Lynn.

Rockland.

Springfield.

Gloucester.

East Bridgewater.

Stoneham.

Lowell.

S. Framingham.

Webster.



596



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



Aides-de- Camp ( Continued.)



Lewis B. Hodges,
Jeremiah Stewaut,
H. N. Harriman,
Jason Mann,
Dexter F. Hager,
T. K. Parker,
Geo. N. Munsell,
Marcus G. B. Swift,
A. S. Byrnes,
James Holmes,
Cephas N. Walker,
E. E. Barnard,
Jas. K. Odell,
L. A. Lamson,
Francis Drake,



Taunton.

Clinton.

Georgetown.

Montague.

South Deerfielil.

■Winchendon.

Harwich.

Fall River.

Plymouth.

Spencer.

Worcester.

Turners Falls.

Cambridgeport.

Milford.

Mansfield.



L. F. Wheelock,
M. D. Jones,
Peter N. Sprague,
J. Warren Berry,
Charles H. Devo,
Wm. Pro YIN,
Wilbur F. Lane,
James P. Litch,
James A. Horton,

,IOHN F. LAMBIE,

Charles Q. Pierce,
Wm. H. Sherwin,
Seth L. French,
Henry W. Weeks,
Myron S. Barton,



Adams.

Sonierville.

Hingham.

Andover.

N. Brookfield.

Westfleld.

Boston.

Maiden.

Greentield.

Northampton.

Watertown.

Ayer.

Campello.

Dedham.

Belchertown.



Bepresentatives to National Encampment.



delegate-at-large.
George H. Innis, South Boston.



delegates.



TH0MA8 J. TUTE,

Edward F. Rollins,
N. E. Ladd,
Isaac M. Holt,
Theodore Ledtz,
E. W. Lathrop,
John S. Beck,
Chas. H. Tracy,

GEORCiE E. PiNKHAM,

Wm. H. Abbott,
Horace A. Sawyer,
A. M. Dudley,
J, B. Brewster,
G. F. Thompson,
Alva J. Wilson,
Geo. G. Bailey,
Peter D. Smith,
E. B. Macy,
C. A. Chamberlin,



Boston.

Boston.

Groveland.

Quincy.

Boston.

Springfield.

Medford.

Chicopee.

Lowell.

Holyoke.

Lynn.

Salem.

Plymouth.

Worcester.

Brighton.

Hyde Park.

A ndover.

Fitchburg.

Pittsfleld.



alternate- at-large.
Geo. D. Stiles, Lynn.



alternates.



Chas. D. Stiles,
Joseph Gregory,
John E. Killian,
Ben,i. S. Lovell,
Wm. H. Poole,
Frank E. Martell,
W. A. Stinson,
J. B. Parsons,
Warren O. Hawley.
Henry B. Wallace,
Wm. H. Wade,
Thos. H. Hill,
Fred G. Hyde,
Emerson Stone,
s. l. colley,
H. N. Harriman,
Fred S. Taber,
Wm. McAlphine,
Wm. H. Gage,



Dorchester.

Marblehead.

Roxbury.

East Weymouth.

Charlestown.

Cambridgeport.

Lawrence.

Northampton.

OlJs.

Beverly.

Plainville.

Woburn.

Oxford.

Spencer.

Stoneham.

Georgetown.

New Bedford.

Lawrence.

Braintree.



Past Department Commanders.



Austin S. Cushma.n,
A. B. R. Sprague,
Francis A. Osborn,
*James L. Bates,
William Cogswell,
A. B. Underwood,
John W. Kimball,
George S. Merrill,
Horace BiNNEY Sargen



New York.
Worcester.
Boston.
Weymouth.
Salem.
Boston.
Fitchburg.
Lawrence.
T, Salem.



John G. B. Adams,
*John a. Hawes,
George W. Creasey,
George H. Patch,
George S. Evans,
John D. Billings,
John W. Hersey,
Richard F. Tobin,



Concord.
Fairhaven.
Newburyport.
S. Framingham.
Cambridgeport.
Cambridgeport.
Springfield.
S. Boston.



* Deceased.



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



59;



POSTS.



Name of Post.



Wm. Logan Rodman
Dahlgren

VV. H. Bartlett

U. S. Grant

General Lander

P. T. Wynian

Clias. Russell Lowell

E. W. Pierce

Reno

George H. Ward

Abraham Lincoln

H. M. Warren

Fletcher Webster —

C. C. Phillips

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. I?. R. Sprague

H. H. l.egge

Thos. G Stevenson . .

Charles Oevens

George 1). Wells

F. P. H. Rogers

William H. Smart. . .

George W. Perry

Washington

Burbank

Phil. PL Sheridan .
Theodore Winihrop. .

Francis Gould

F. A. Stearns

Dexter

Needhani

Gen. U. G. Berry

Lvon

B. F. Butler

John A. Rawlins

G. Wesley Nichols ..

Colonel Allen

Richard Bord'-n

Major ilow. . .

George S. Boiilweil . .

A. W. Bartlett

Union

EziaBatcheller

A. B. Randall

Charles H. Stevens...
Cant. C. S. Hastings.

J. C. Freeman

Charles Beck



Town.



New Bedford
South Boston



Taunton.



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