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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION.

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Alabama

F. G. Sheppard? Arizona..

E. S. Godfrey ? Arkansas

R. C. Packard California and Nevada. E. T. Allen Colorado and Wyoming- C. M. Bills Connecticut

Henry L. Beach * Delaware

Henry W. Hancock? Florida--

Lyman Leighton ? Georgia and South Carolina__William M. Scott. Idaho

_C. F. Drake Illinois.

_James J. Healy 1? Indiana

Orlando A. Somers_ Iowa.

H. M, Pickell Kansas.

A. G. Hanback 13 Kentucky

James H. AshcraftLouisiana and Mississippi. W. B. Barrett Maine

_Charles W. Skillings? Maryland

Thomas L. Mathews ? Massachusetts.

Thomas J. Ames Michigan

H. A. Chapin Minnesota

Philip G. Woodward Missouri.

Frank M. Sterretti? Montana.

L.G. I. Reiche? Nebraska_

S. K. SpauldingNew Hampshire_.

Isaiah N. Webster New Jersey

Alfred Atkins?. New Mexico.

F. E. Olney New York.

George A. Price North Dakota

P. H. Cummings Ohio.

S. G. Harvey Oklahoma_

_F. M, Cline 1 Oregon.

H. S. Fargo Pennsylvania

William J. Patterson

12 Potomac.

B. W. Bonney? Rhode Island.

John T. Kenyon? South Dakota

-C. S. BlodgettTennessee

Newton Hacker Texas.

H. W. Nye? Utah.

H. P. Burns ? Vermont

John R. Wilson Virginia and North Carolina James P. Carter. West Virginia--

I. M. Adams Washington and Alaska.. Thomas H. Duncan Wisconsin.--

John W. Ganes ?

Birmingham.
Cookstown, N. J.
Mansfield.
San Francisco.
Denver.
Hartford.
Philadelphia, Pa.
St. Petersburg.
Atlanta.
Weiser.
_Chicago.
Kokomo.
Des Moines.
Topeka.
Paducah.

New Orleans.
Portland.
Baltimore.
Leominster.
Lansing.
Anoka.
Troy, Ohio.
Helena.
..Omaha.
_Salem.
Roselle Park.
East Las Vegas.
Brooklyn.
Fargo.
Toledo.
Woodward.
Portland.
Pittsburgh.
Washington, D.C.
LOlneyville.
Rapid City.
Jonesboro.
Fort Worth.
Salt Lake City.
Worcester.
Norfolk.
Ravenswood.
Seattle.
Ripon.

1 Present.
2 Member of executive committee of national council of administration.

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PAST NATIONAL OFFICERS.

PAST COMMANDERS IN CHIEF.

B. F. Stephenson” (provisional) (died Aug. 30, 1871).
S. A. Hurlbut,' Illinois (died Mar, 27, 1882)
John A. Logan,” Illinois (died Dec. 26, 1886)--
Ambrose E. Burnside, Rhode Island (died Sept. 18, 1881)
Charles Devens, Massachusetts (died Jan. 7, 1892).
John F. Hartranft, Pennsylvania (died Oct. 17, 1899).
John C. Robinson, New York (died Feb. 18, 1897) -
William Earnshaw,' Ohio (died July 17, 1885).
Louis Wagner, Penns

(died Jan. 15, 1914).
George S. Merrill,” Massachusetts (died Feb. 17, 1900).
Paul Van Dervoort," Nebraska (died July 29, 1902)
Robert B. Beath, Pennsylvania (died Nov. 25, 1914).
John S. Kountz, Ohio (died June 14, 1909)
Samuel S. Burdett,“ Potomac (died Sept. 24, 1914).
Lucius Fairchild,” Wisconsin (died May 23, 1896).
John P. Rea, Minnesota (died May 28, 1900)-
William Warner, Kansas City, Mo----
Russell A. Alger,” Michigan (died Jan. 24, 1907).
Wheelock G. Veazey,Vermont (died Mar. 22, 1898)
John Palmer, New York (died Apr. 15, 1905)-
A. G. Weissert," Milwaukee, Wis.--
John G. B. Adams, Massachusetts (died Oct. 19, 1900).
Thomas G. Lawler, Illinois (died Feb. 3, 1908).
Ivan N. Walker, Indiana (died Sept. 22, 1905)
T. S. Clarkson, Nebraska (died Jan. 16, 1915).
John P. S. Gobin, Pennsylvania (died May 10, 1910)
James A. Sexton, Illinois (died in office Feb. 5, 1899)
W. C. Johnson, Cincinnati, Ohio (elected to fill vacancy Sept. 5, 1899)
Albert D. Shaw, New York (died Feb. 10, 1901).
Leo Rassieur, St. Louis, Mo.
Ell Torrance," Minneapolis, Minn.
Thomas J. Stewart," Harrisburg, Pa..
John C, Black,” Illinois (died Aug. 17, 1915).
Wilmon W. Blackmar,· Massachusetts (died in office July 16, 1905).
John R. King, Baltimore, Md..
James Tanner, Washington, D. C---
Robert B. Brown,' Zanesville, Ohio_.
Charles G. Burton, Kansas City, Mo-
Henry M. Nevius, New Jersey (died Jan. 28, 1911).
Samuel R. Van Sant, Minneapolis, Minn.
John E. Gilman, Boston, Mass_-
Harvey M. Trimble, Princeton, Ill.
Alfred B. Beers,' Bridgeport, Conn.
Washington Gardner, Albion, Mich---

1866 1866–67 1868-70 1871-72 1873–74 1875-76 1877–78

1879 1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913

1 Present.

2 Deceased.

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1886

PAST SENIOR VICE COMMANDERS IN CHIEF. James B. McKean, New York (died Jan. 5, 1879).

1866–67 Joshua T. Owen, Pennsylvania (died Nov. 7, 1887).

1868 Lucius Fairchild,' Wisconsin (died May 23, 1896)

1868–70 Louis Wagner, Pennsylvania (died Jan. 15, 1914).

1871-72 Edward Jardine," New York (died Mar. 13, 1896).

1874 Joseph S. Reynolds, California (died Sept. 18, 1911).

1875–76 Elisha H. Rhodes, Providence, R. L

1877 Paul Van Dervoort,* Nebraska (died July 29, 1902)

1878 John Palmer, New York (died April 15, 1905)

1879 Edgar D. Swain,' Illinois (died April 28, 1904)

1880 Charles L. Young,' Toledo, Ohio.-

1881 W. E. W. Ross, Maryland (died Nov. 14, 1907)

1882 William Warner, Kansas City, Mo.

1883 John P. Rea,” Minnesota (died May 28, 1900)

1881 Seldon Connor, Portland, Me

1885 S. W. Backus, San Francisco, Cal. Nelson Cole, Missouri (died July 31, 1899).

1887 Moses H. Neil, Columbus, Ohio.

1888 A. G. Weissert, 14 Milwaukee, Wis.

1889 Richard F. Tobin,' Massachusetts (died in office Nov. 22, 1890).

1890 George H. Innis, Massachusetts (elected to fill vacancy Apr. 7, 1891; died Jan. 19, 1907)

1891 Henry M. Duffield,” Detroit, Mich. (died July 13, 1912)

1891 R. H. Warfield," California (died July 16, 1906)

1892 Ivan N. Walker, Indiana (died Sept. 22, 1905)

1893 A. P. Burchfield, Pennsylvania (died Jan. 8, 1910).

1894 E. H. Hobson, Kentucky (died Sept. 13, 1901)

1895 John H. Mullen, Minnesota (died Apr. 3, 1907)

1896 Alfred Lyth, Buffalo, N. Y--

1897 W. C. Johnson, Cincinnati, Ohio (elected commander in chief)

1898 Daniel Ross,' Wilmington, Del. (elected to fill vacancy Sept. 5, 1899) 1899 Irvin Robbins," Indiana (died Feb. 9, 1911).

1899 Edwin C. Milliken,' Portland, Me_

1900 John McElroy, Washington, D. C..

1901 William M. Olin,” Massachusetts (died Apr. 15, 1911)

1902 C. Mason Kinne, California (died Dec. 25, 1913)

1903 John R. King, “ Baltimore, Md.

1904 George W. Patten, Tennessee (elected to fill vacancy; died Sept. 19, 1906)

1905 George W. Cook, Denver, Colo.

1905 William H. Armstrong, Indiana (died Sept. 28, 1914)

1906 Lewis E. Griffith, Troy, N. Y. (died Oct. 6, 1912)

1907 J. Kent Hamilton, Toledo, Ohio-

1908 William M. Bostaph, Salt Lake City, Utah.

1909 Charles Burrows, Rutherford, N. J_

1910 Nicholas W. Day, New York City-

1911 Henry Z. Osborne, Los Angeles, Cal.

1912 Thomas H. Soward, Guthrie, Okla.

1913

1 Present.
2 Deceased.
8 Comrade Warner, past commander in chief.
4 Comrade Weissert, past commander in chief.
6 Comrade Johnson, past commander in chief.
Comrade King, past commander in chief.

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ROLL OF THE FORTY-NINTH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT,

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.

WASHINGTON, D, C., SEPTEMBER 27 TO OCTOBER 2, 1915.

NATIONAL OFFICERS.

Commander in Chief,
DAVID J. PALMER, Washington, Iowa."

Senior Vice Commander in Chief,
JOSEPH B. GRISWOLD (died Mar. 9, 1915).”

WILLIAM F. CONNER, Dallas, Tex.

Junior Vice Commander in Chief, WILLIAM F. CONNER (became Senior Vice Commander in Chief, Mar. 10, 1915). OSCAR A. JANES, Detroit, Mich. (elected Junior Vice Commander in Chief,

Apr. 1, 1915).

Surgeon General,
LEWIS S. PILCHER, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Chaplain in Chief,
ORVILLE J. NAVE, Los Angeles, Cal.'

Adjutant General,
GEORGE A. NEWMAN, Des Moines, Iowa.'

Quartermaster General,
COLA D. R. STOWITS, Buffalo, N. Y.

Judge Advocate General,
HARRY WHITE, Indiana, Pa.'

Inspector General,
CHARLES E. BEACH, Burlington, Vt.'

National Patriotic Instructor,
C. A. BROOKS, Denver, Colo.

Chief of Staff,
GEORGE A. HOSLEY, Boston, Mass.1, 8

Senior Aid-de-Camp,
S. C. SPEAR, Algona, Iowa., *

Assistant Adjutant General,
PHILIP S. CHASE, Providence, R. I.", 6

Assistant Quartermaster General,
J. HENRY HOLCOMB, Philadelphia, Pa.", 4

1 Present. 2 Deceased. S Comrade Hosley, past commander, Department of Massachusetts. 4 Not entitled to vote. 5 Comrade Chase, assistant adjutant general, Department of Rhode Island. 8

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATION.

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Alabama.

F. G. Sheppard? Arizona_

E. S. Godfrey ? Arkansas.

R. C. Packard California and Nevada.. E. T. Allen ? Colorado and Wyoming- C. M. Bills Connecticut..

Henry L. Beach Delaware_

Henry W. Hancock Florida

Lyman Leighton ?Georgia and South Carolina__William M, Scott_Idaho.

LC. F. Drake... Illinois.

_James J. Healy Indiana.

_Orlando A. Somers. Iowa_

_H. M. Pickell 17 Kansas.

A. G. Hanback12 Kentucky

James H. Ashcraft_ Louisiana and Mississippi_---W. B. Barrett'. Maine

_Charles W. Skillings Maryland

Thomas L. Mathews" Massachusetts_

Thomas J. Ames Michigan.

H. A. Chapin?Minnesota_

_Philip G. Woodward Missouri.

Frank M. Sterrett 12 Montana

--.G. I. Reiche 1. Nebraska_

--S. K. SpauldingNew Hampshire.

Isaiah N. Webster. New Jersey

LAlfred Atkins New Mexico_

F. E. Olney New York.-

..George A. Price ?? North Dakota__

P. H. Cummings Ohio--

S. G. Harvey? Oklahoma.

_F. M. Cline Oregon.

H. S. Fargo_Pennsylvania

William J. Patterson Potomac.

B. W. Bonney Rhode Island.

_.John T. Kenyon South Dakota_

-C. S. Blodgett? Tennessee

Newton Hacker 1 Texas,

H. W. Nye? Utah.

-H. P. Burns 1 Vermont

-.John R. Wilson. Virginia and North Carolina_James P. Carter. West Virginia---

I. M. Adams Washington and Alaska. Thomas H. Duncan Wisconsin

John W. Ganes ?

Birmingham.
_.Cookstown, N. J.
Mansfield.
San Francisco.
Denver.
Hartford.
Philadelphia, Pa.
St. Petersburg.
Atlanta.
Weiser.
_Chicago.
Kokomo.
Des Moines.
Topeka.
Paducah.
New Orleans.
Portland.
Baltimore.
Leominster.
Lansing.
Anoka.
_Troy, Ohio.
Helena,
Omaha.
Salem.
Roselle Park.
East Las Vegas.
Brooklyn.
Fargo.
Toledo.
-Woodward.
Portland.
Pittsburgh.
Washington, D. C.
LOlneyville.
Rapid City.
Jonesboro.
Fort Worth.
_Salt Lake City.
-Worcester.
Norfolk.
Ravenswood.
Seattle.
_Ripon.

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2 Member of executive committee of national council of administration.

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