Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)
Greene County

 

               

GAR Records located at the State Library at Albany by Sylvia Hasenkopf


Cairo

 

    Assistant Adjutant General of the Department of New York
    Grand Army of the Republic 

 

 

We, the undersigned honorably discharged Soldiers and Sailors of the Army and Navy of the United States, now residents of Cairo, County of Greene, State of New York, do respectfully apply for a CHARTER for a Post of the Grand Army of the Republic, to be located at Cairo, County of Greene under the jurisdiction of the Department of New York, G.A.R., subject to the regulations of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Department of New York thereof. 

Names

Residence

Rank

Co.

Regiment or Ship

Isaac S. Howard

Cairo

Corporal

K

120 NYV

William Howard

Cairo

Privet

F

15 NYV

Leonard Allerton

Gayhead

Privet

F

15 NYV

Andrew J. Bennett

Cairo

Privet

F

15 NYV

J.B. Webster

Cairo

Capt

A

20th NYSM

Albert Weaver

Cairo

Private

E

15th NYV

Robert Lee

Cairo

Private

K

120 NYV

John Cammer

Cairo

Private

E

134 NYV

William H. Race

Cairo

Privet

M

6 NYV Cavilry

Frank Oakley

Cairo

Sargent

E

8 NYSM

R.W. Greene

Cairo

Sergeant

A

5 US Cavalry

Jacob Makley

Cairo

Private

G

144th Regt NYV

Erastus H. Scofield

Cairo

Private

E

15 NYV

We desire to have the Post named after comrade John H. Betts,

Approved by
Harrison Clark
Dept. Council S.N.Y.G.A.R

   

    The GAR Charter awarded to John H. Betts Post No. 348 in Cairo, NY on July 22, 1889.   

 


Names on the Charter: Isaac S. Howard, A.J. Bennett, Robert Lee, Frank Oakley, E.H. Scofield, Robt. D. Apjohn, Aaron Betts, Fred H. Ford. Wm. Howard, J.B. Webster, R.W. green, Darius Davis, M. Laraway, Geo. Edwards, Leonard Allerton, Wm. H. Race, Jacob Makley, Joshua P. dean, A. Weaver, Jeremiah Smith, W.D. Blaisdell, John Cammerer

 

Catskill

 

   Catskill, Sept. 25th 1884 

   Assistant Adjutant General of the Department of New York
   Grand Army of the Republic 

 

We, the undersigned honorably discharged Soldiers and Sailors of the Army and Navy of the United States, now residents of Catskill, County of Greene, State of New York, do respectfully apply for a CHARTER for a Post of the Grand Army of the Republic, to be located at Catskill, County of Greene, NY under the jurisdiction of the Department of New York, G.A.R., subject to the regulations of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Department of New York thereof. 

Names

Residence

Rank

Co.

Regiment or Ship

Edmund R. Martin

Catskill

Midshipman

 

Sabine, Florida

J.F. Joesbury

Catskill

Q.M. Sergt.

 

120th NY Vols.

Geo. S. Ludington

Catskill

O. Seaman

 

U.S.S. Jno

A. R. Cole

Catskill

Private

F

9th NY Hawkins Zouaver

M.S. Van Loan

Catskill

Corporal

K

20 NYSM

W.H. Whitcomb

Catskill

1st Leut.

L

5th NY Cavalry

John W. Van Leuven

Catskill

Corporal

F

120 Reg. NY Vol.

James Gardner

Catskill

Private

G

5th NYI

George W. Holdridge

Catskill

O. Seaman

 

U.S.S. Kansas

W.A. Pennoyer

Catskill

Captain

B

102d N.Y. Vol.

Wm. H. Adams

Catskill

Private

A

91 N.Y. Vols.

James Mitchell

Catskill

O. Seaman

 

U.S.S. Powhattan

A.E. Rider

 

 

 

U.S. Navy

Martin B. Cross

Catskill

Sergeant

A

54th Mass.

John Hannon

Catskill

Corporal

A

95th NY

Hardy Lounsberry

Catskill

Private

E

80th NY Vols, (120th NYSM)

John I. Marqut

Catskill

Private

D

143d NY Vols

Columbus Fez

Catskill

Private

B

41st NY

John B. Oakley

Catskill

Private

D

156 NY Vols

Cornelius DuBois

Palenville

Captain

G

53rd U.S. Cold Ouft

George Kinnecutt

Catskill

Seaman

 

Seanear  ???

P.H. Scribner

Palenville

Artificer

E

15th NYE Regt

 

A Charter was awarded to Catskill on September 24, 1874. The original Charter was not returned to GAR Headquarters when the Post was disbanded.
 

Coxsackie

 

    Coxsackie, December 26th, 1874

    John Palmer
    Dept. Commander Dear Sir:

 

I make application that a Charter be granted us and that you muster us in time for ????ation at the next annual encampment and same the following honorably discharged soldiers as charter members 

M.H. Greene
John I. Spoor
Warren Van Denbergh
P.G. VanSchaack
John B. Van Wie
A. V.D. Collier
Thomas Garrigan
John Hiseerd
E.C. Garrigan
Louis Jermone
Wm. VanDenBergh
Mathew Shutt
Richard Whitbeck
Michael Dowling

Yours Respd
A. V.D. Collier

A Charter was awarded to Coxsackie, Hollister Post No. 27 on December 29, 1874. The original Charter was not returned to GAR Headquarters when the Post was disbanded. This Post was disbanded on July 23, 1928.

 

Hunter

   

    Assistant Adjutant General of the Department of New York
    Grand Army of the Republic 

 

 

We, the undersigned honorably discharged Soldiers and Sailors of the Army and Navy of the United States, now residents of Hunter, County of Greene, State of New York, do respectfully apply for a CHARTER for a Post of the Grand Army of the Republic, to be located at Hunter, County of Greene, NY under the jurisdiction of the Department of New York, G.A.R., subject to the regulations of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Department of New York thereof. 

Names

Residence

Rank

Co.

Regiment or Ship

A.S. Graham

Hunter

Corp.

F

125th NY Vols

Geo. “X” Graham

Hunter

Private

E

Ast NY Vol. Light H Arty

C.E. Lake

Hunter

Private

E

91 NY Vet. Vols

J.M. Lake

Hunter

Private

?

18 NY Cavalry

Burton Tompkins

Hunter

Private

B

4th NY Heavy Arty

F.H. Van Valkenbergh

Hunter

Artificer

E

15th NY 7 Eng.

Jacob Stotz

Hunter

Private

E

45th NY Vols

Uriah P. Griffen

Hunter

Private

F

120 NY Vols

John C. Keller

Hunter

Private

F

120th NY Vols

Charles Ingalls

Hunter

Private

A

??? Vols

Chas. D. Willen

Hunter

Private

M

15 H Artillery NY Vol

M. Erskine

Hunter

Sergt

J

13th Infantry Vol

Francis A. Barber

Hunter

 

I

47 NY Vol

Earl W. Fisher

Hunter

Private

?

44 NY Vol. Infantry

Daniel H. Douglas

Hunter

Private

K

20 NYSM

A.D. Miller

Hunter

Lieut

D

20 NYSM or 50 Vol

Wm. K. Tompson

Hunter

Corp

E

15 NY Eng

Jas. Lindsly

Hunter

Private

F

120 NY Vols

R. Palmer

Hunter

Corp

H

15 NY Eng

John Gemmel

Hunter

Sergt

E

3 NY Vet Cooly (?)

Geo B. Goodrich

Hunter

Private

E

15 NYS Vol Eng

J.W. Goodrich

Hunter

Corp

E

15 NYS Vol Eng

Austin Gailor

Hunter

Corp

C

159 NY Vol

 

 

    The GAR Charter awarded to A. N. Baldwin Post No. 263 in Hunter, NY on April 17, 1883. This Post was disbanded on July 7, 1921.

 

 

Names on the Charter: John C. Keller, Charles O. Lake, Burton Tompkins, George H. Graham, Franklin H. Van Valkenburg, John W. Goodrich, Ruben Palmer, Albert S. Graham, Daniel H. Douglass, James T. Sax, Francis A. Barber, James W. Linsley, Peter Wilcox, Frederick E. Ingalls, Charles Ingalls, John S. Gemmel, Justin Gailor, Abram M. Miller, Jacob Stohl, Earl W. Fisher, William K. Tompson, Uriah N. Griffen

 

New Baltimore

 

    Geo. F. Hopper
    PO Box 704 NY City

    Assistant Adjutant General of the Department of New York
    Grand Army of the Republic

 
We, the undersigned honorably discharged Soldiers and Sailors of the Army and Navy of the United States, now residents of New Baltimore, County of Greene, State of New York, do respectfully apply for a CHARTER for a Post of the Grand Army of the Republic under the jurisdiction of the Department of New York, G.A.R., subject to the regulations of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Department of New York thereof.

 

Names

Residence

Rank

Co.

Regiment or Ship

John I. Sullivan

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

David Layton

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

Peter Van Husen

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

Robert Wilsom

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

Mart. Fink

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

Chas. Lowry

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

James Warner

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

H.W. Mead

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

John Wright

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

W.F. Greene

N. Baltimore

 

 

 

John Wiggins

 

 

 

 

A.O. Bliss

 

 

 

 

E. Van Valkenburg

 

 

 

 

Sam’ Baxter

 

 

 

 

Gerard Swarthout

 

 

 

 

Andrew Van Slyke

 

 

 

 

 

 

    We the undersigned Soldiers having Honorible Discharges ar desiras of Organising a Post of the G.A.R. in the town of New Baltimore,
    Greene Co.

 

 

Robert Wilson, Co. E 7th NYHArt
John W. Wiggins, Co. G 91 NYVV
Henry W. Mead, Co. I 44 NYV
John I. Sullivan, Co A. Purnell Legan (?)
W.F. Greene 53rd Vol, 84 Vol, 71 Vol.
C. Lowrey, 26 New York, Colored Troops
P. Van Husen, Navy
Tunis P. Wolf, 120 NY Vol
John Wright, 120 NY Vol
James Warner, 7 Heavy Art
David Layton, 7 Heavy Art
Elias Van Steenburg
Sylvin Eaton
George Sharp
Richard Gill
Dr. Roney
James Mansfield
Joseph Smith
Chas. Deuble
Harvey Griffin
Major Wright
Harvey Miller
Edward Miller

 

    The GAR Charter awarded to A.O. Bliss Post No. 305 in New Baltimore, NY on October 25, 1882.

 

 

Names on the Charter: John W. Wiggins, Robert Wilson, Henry W. Mead, John I. Sullivan, Frank Greene, Elias Van Steenburg, David Layton, Charles C. Lowery, Peter Van Hoesen, James L. Warner, Martin Fink, Joseph P. Smith, Sylvanus P. Eaton, John F. Wright


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