History and Roster, E.B. Wolcott Post, No. 1, Department of Wisconsin, Grand Army of the Republic, June 1st, 1892
The Post, 1892 - Milwaukee (Wis.) - 40 pages
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10th Wis 1st Lt 1st Sergt 1st Wis 24th Wis 2d Wis 39th Wis 3d Wis 5th Wis 7th Wis A. G. Weissert Adjt Adjutant Albert April Battery born Boynton Brig buried on Lot Bv't C. H. Ross C. P. Huntington Calvary Cemetery Chaplain Charles Chas comrade Died January Dropped E. N. Bacon Edward Ferguson entered the service Forest Home Cemetery Guard H. A. Valentin Heavy Art Henry Fink Ills Infantry Infy 12 Infy 1st Infy 2d Infy 34 Infy 9 J. B. Johnson J. H. Fertig J. P. Rundle James John July June Libby prison Milwaukee mustered N. Y. Cav N. Y. Infy Officer Ohio Infy Penn Q. M. Sergeant Q. M. Sergt Quartermaster Regt S. H. Tallmadge S. R. Bell S. V. Commander Sergeant Major Surgeon Suspended Transferred TRUSTEES U. S. Infy W. C. Swain W. E. Coates
Page 1873 - Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin,
Page 1857 - tread; the gaps in the picket line grow wider; day by day details are made from the reserve, summoned into the shadowy regions, to return to touch elbows no more, until by and by only a solitary sentinel shall stand guard waiting till the bugle call from
Page 1857 - are steadily and swiftly growing thinner, and the ceaseless tramp of its columns is with ever-lessening tread;
Page 1857 - beyond shall muster out the last comrade of the Grand Army of the Republic.