Source: Abstract of General Orders and Proceedings of the Fifty-first Encampment, Department of New York,
G.A.R., Held at Saratoga Springs, June 26, 27, and 28, 1917, Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, Printers 1917
PAST DEPARTMENT COMMANDERS - HERKIMER COUNTY
*H. Clay HALL - Little Falls
Roster of the Department of New York
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC
Albany, New York 1917
Post by Counties
|364||S.G. Button||West Winfield|
DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC POSTS
Post No. 19 - Little Falls
*Com., James G. BURNEY
S. V., Benjamin LANE
J. V., Phillip GROSSMAN
Delegate: Phillip GROSSMAN
Alternate: Jacob BROSS
Post No. 110 - Ilion
*Com., Theodore HARTER
S. V., L. B. COLBURN
J. V., W. H. KEELER
Delegate: W. H. DEYLE
Alternate: Wm. S. COX
Post No. 364 - West Winfield
Com., Dennis A. DEWEY
S. V., Evan EVANS
J. V., John A. JONES
Delegate: James PATTERSON
Alternate: Evan EVANS
Post No. 404 - Herkimer
Com., S. C. COLEBRIDGE
S. V., Thomas R. PETRIE
J. V., James F. WHITING
Delegate: *Col. Clinton BECKWITH
Alternate: John Q. ADAMS
Post No. 604 - Frankfort
Com., M. K. ELLSWORTH
S. V., Adam J. MILLER
J. V., Geo. H. STORMS
Delegate: Addison G. GETMAN
Alternate: Henry JOUBIN
Post No. 664 - Dolgeville
Com., Levi HELMER
S. V., John VEDDER
J. V., Levi DOXTATER
Delegate: Lorenzo HUTTON
Alternate: A. RICHARDS
DELEGATES TO NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT
The following Comrades were elected to represent this Department at the Fiftieth National
Encampment, to be held at Kansas City, Mo., August 29 to Sept. 2, 1916, inclusive.
John W. VROOMAN, Post 404
The following Comrades are hereby appointed a Committee on Legislation, to whom will be referred all questions affecting the interests of Comrades:
S. C. CLOBRIDGE, Post 404, Herkimer
The following Comrades are hereby appointed as Aides-de-Camp on the staff of the Department Commander, whose duty, besides attention on the Department Commander when on duty and he so requires, is to give proper attention to the interests of Comrades in their respective communities:
Dennis A. DEWEY, Post 364
Patriotic Instructors are expected to seek co-operation of capable civilian advocates of patriotism, to address the public schools and other assemblages, selecting speakers who are known to be in sympathy with the objects and purposes of the Grand Army of the Republic.
The Department Patriotic Instructor, by and with the approval of the Department Commander, has appointed the following named Comrades Assistant Patriotic Instructors:
County Name Address
Herkimer - H. W. CADWELL, Jordanville
1917 MORTUARY RECORD - HERKIMER COUNTY
Post 110, Abraham MILLER, Co. F, 16th NYHA, Private, Date of Muster into G.A.R. Nov. 5, 1910, Died Mar 5, 1916, age 83 at Columbia, N. Y.
Post 110, Rogeller PROCTOR, Co. I, 81st NY, Corporal, Date of Muster into G.A.R. May 21, 1874, Died April 29, 1916, age 83 at Ilion, N. Y.
Post 110, L. N. HOYT, Co. A, 143d NY, Private, Died Sept. 28, 1916, age 80 at Ilion, N.Y.
Post 604, William H. LEWIS, Co., F, 34th NYV, Private, Died Jan. 17, 1916 at Herkimer, N.Y.
Post 604, Edward OSTRANDER, Co. I, 121st NYV, Private, Died Jan 27, 1916 at Frankfort, N. Y.
Post 604, Rev. L. N. ROBINSON, Co. B, 7th NYC, Private, Died July 17, 1916 at Camden, N. Y.
Source: Abstract of General Orders and Proceedings of the Forty-Fifth Annual Encampment, Department
of New York G. A. R. held at Niagara Falls, June 8, 9, and 10, 1911. Albany: J.B. Lyon Company, State Printers 1911
1911 MORTUARY RECORD - HERKIMER COUNTY
Post 604, D. J. COBURN, Co. G, 11th N.H. Vol., musician, Date of Muster into G.A.R. , Died Jan. 26, 1910, age 67, at Frankfort, N.Y.
Post 19, T. FARRELL, Co. B, 34 N.Y.V.I., private, Died Oct. 16, 1910, age 65, at Little Falls, N.Y.
Post 19, J. GRAHAM, Co. I, 91st N.Y.V.I., private, died Nov. 8, 1910, age 67 at Little Falls, N.Y.
Post 604, D. L. HARNET, Co. G, 26th N.Y.V.I., sergeant, Date of Muster into G.A.R. April 10, 1895, died Oct. 12, 1910, age 77 at Utica, N.Y.
Post 604, John KRICK, Co. D, 121st N.Y.V.I., private, Date of Muster Oct. 7, 1886, died Jan. 21, 1910 at Schuyler, N.Y.
Post 604, C. S. STARING, Co. D, 121st N.Y.V.I., Lieutenant, Date of Muster Dec. 10, 1886, died March 20, 1910, age 75 at Frankfort, N.Y.
Post 19, G. I. SNELL, Co. A, 121st N.Y.V.I., private, died Oct. 16, 1910, age 65 at Little Falls, N.Y.
[Note: death notices for both years were checked for both place of death and GAR Posts.