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Post No. Alt. No. Post Name City County Repository Location Collection Name Description of Item(s) Medium/Condition Informant Date Dept. Source
000   (Department) N/A N/A Maine State Library Main State Library (Storehouse), 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. 369.15 G751ro-d 1895 Roster, Department of Maine, Grand Army of the Republic, 1895 Original pamphlet, 21 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A Maine State Library Main State Library (Storehouse), 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No.  369.15 G751ro-m 1896 Roster of members of the twenty-ninth annual encampment, Department of Maine, Grand Army of the Republic, at Bangor, Feb. 18-19, 1896 Original pamphlet, 52 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A Maine State Library Main State Library (Storehouse), 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. 369.15 G751ro-d 1908 Roster of the Department of Maine, Grand Army of the Republic, 1908 (compiled by Geo. G. Gifford) Original pamphlet, 16 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A Maine State Library Main State Library (Storehouse), 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. 369.15 P174o 1927 Official history and roster, Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Maine 1927 (compiled by Rev. George R. Palmer) Original bound volume. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Stacks Call No. M 369.15 G763g; also Stacks Call No. Pamphlet 1409  No. 4 (May 9, 1893)    General Orders : 20 Jan. 1868 to 12 Feb. 1891.   Original bound volume Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME N/A
001   Post 1 Bath Sagadahoc               ME DE1
001   Isaac C. Campbell Pembroke Washington Crescent Lodge No. 78, A.F. & A.M. (Masons) Masonic Lodge, 1 Masonic Lane, Pembroke, ME 04666.  Items stored in the attic.   According to information provided by John ("JD") Rule, of Lubec, Maine, "The Masons continue to use this large building - they purchased the GAR share in 1919 with the provision that the Crescent Lodge retain the artifacts of the GAR. Unfortunately, I have been told that a break-in resulted in the loss of uniforms, weapons, musical instruments, and flags."  Confirmed GAR records include a set of framed photographs, which are stored in the attic, and well preserved although in disarray. Original photographs, framed.  Possibly other records. John ("JD") Rule May-2017 ME JH1
002   Bosworth Portland Cumberland Maine State Library Main State Library (Storehouse), 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No.  369.15 G751b-b 1896 By-laws of Bosworth Post, No. 2. Department of Maine, Grand Army of the Republic, Portland, Maine, 1896. Original pamphlet, 39 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME ME1-2
002   Bosworth Portland Cumberland Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 72 Records (1869-1871): Records consisting of minutes, financial accounts, cashbooks, reports and records of the memorial committee, minutes of the Ladies Aid Society, Shepley Camp, No. 4, Sons of Veterans, U.S.A; visitor registers, obituary records of veterans throughout Maine, and the script of The Yankee Artillerist, a play presented in 1876; and also the records, 1869-1871 of Bosworth Veteran Post, No. 2, Portland, Me.  Inventory available in the Maine Historical Society library. Original bound volumes, 37 vols., 0.5 linear ft. (1 box) Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
003   A. A. Dwinal Mechanic Falls Androscoggin Mechanic Falls Public Library 108 Lewiston Street (3rd floor), Mechanic Falls, Maine 04256-5521; phone 207-345-9450 Mechanic Fals Collection, 1862-1929 Minutes (1918) of A.A. Dwinal Post #3   Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Apr-2015 ME ME1-2, DE1
004   Farragut Bridgeton Cumberland               ME DE1
004   Sedgwick Bath Sagadahoc               ME ME1-2
005   Gerry Monson Piscataquis               ME ME1-2
006   Heath Gardiner Kennebec Gardiner Public Library 152 Water Street, Gardiner, ME 04345-2195; phone 207-582-3312; email archive@gpl.lib.me.us; website www.gpl.lib.me.us/index.html   Personal war sketches of the members of Heath Post No. 6, Gardiner, Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Maine, 1890. Original bound volume Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
006   Heath Gardiner Kennebec Gardiner Public Library 152 Water Street, Gardiner, ME 04345-2195; phone 207-582-3312; email archive@gpl.lib.me.us; website www.gpl.lib.me.us/index.html   Contents: 20-1. Records of Heath Post No. 6, Gardiner, Maine, commenced Jan. 25, 1884-June 29, 1894 (1 v.) -- 20-2. Record books, 6, July 6, 1894-Oct. 19, 1906 (3 v.) -- 20-3. Record books, Oct. 26, 1907 - Jan. 7, 1915 (3 v.); Descriptive book, 1873-1877 (1 v.); Membership photograph (date unknown). 3 file boxes (9 items) Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
007   Vincent Mountfort Brunswick Cumberland               ME DE1
007   Custer Lewiston Androscoggin               ME ME1-2
008   H. F. Safford Dexter Penobscot               ME ME1-2, DE1
009   Knox Lewiston Androscoggin               ME DE1
009   Webster Kennebunk York Brick Store Museum 117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME  04043; phone 207-985-4802; email info@brickstoremuseum.org; website www.brickstoremuseum.org/ Collection #44 [NICO = Not in chronological order] Box 1: Folder 1: Miscellaneous publications – Rosters, blank forms, etc. Also deeds, property list, legal agreements, etc.  Folder 2: Miscellaneous tickets for various GAR functions. Folder 3: Newspaper clippings.  Folder 4: Reports, subscription lists for expenses, expense sheets for Memorial Day celebrations, 1880s and 90s.  Folder 5: Correspondence, 1878 - 1889.  Folder 6: Correspondence, 1890 - 1913 and some with no date. Includes acknowledgements to invitations to dedication of new hall, January - February 1892.  Folder 7: Correspondence concerning formation York County Battalion, 1890.  Folder 8: Receipts for fair held 1891.  Folder 9: Adjutant’s Reports, 1879 - 1885.  Folder 10: Adjutant’s Reports, 1886 - 1895.  Folder 11: Quartermaster’s Reports, 1885 - 1900. Also two Quartermaster’s bonds, 1895 - .  Folder 12: Adjutant and Quartermaster’s Reports, 1887 -1897. Also, Quarterly Reports, Corps of Relief, 1895, 1900, and 1901.  Box 2: Folder 1: Miscellaneous papers concerning membership of the Post, NICO.  Folder 2: Receipts, NICO.  Folder 3: As above.  Folder 4: As above.  Folder 5: As above.  Folder 6: As above.  Folder 7: As above.  Folder 8: Papers removed from ledger; Minutes of Meetings, 1878 - 1880. See Box #9.  Box 3:  Folder 1:  Applications and Certificates of Membership, A – C.  Folder 2: As above, D – G.  Folder 3: As above, H.  Folder 4: As above, J – P.  Folder 5: As above, Q – W.  These papers, which are in alphabetical order as above, contain birthplaces, occupation, and war service of the applicants.  An alphabetical list of the papers can be found in the front of the box.  Folder 6: Miscellaneous papers concerning GAR graves. Includes graves in Wells. Also, death information for members of the post.  (continued below) Nine boxes. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Mar-2018 ME ME1-2
009   Webster Kennebunk York Brick Store Museum 117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME  04043; phone 207-985-4802; email info@brickstoremuseum.org; website www.brickstoremuseum.org/ Collection #44 (Continued from above) Box 4: Folder 1: Miscellaneous publications, forms, correspondence concerning the Sons of Veterans organization, an affiliate of the GAR.  Folder 2:  Quarterly Reports, Women’s Relief Corps, 1891 - 1908. Also, miscellaneous publications concerning Relief Corps.  Folder 3: Miscellaneous publications concerning “Association of Maine Solders and Sailors” and “Military and Orphan Asylum,” Bath, ME.  Folder 4: Maine Department of GAR Headquarters Circulars and Circular Letters, 1880 - 1912.  Folder 5: Maine Department of GAR, Miscellaneous publications and forms. Also Circular Letters various Maine posts.  Folder 6: Maine Department of GAR, Various notices, publications, reports, etc., annual Maine Encampment, NICO.  Folder 7: National Headquarters, GAR, Circulars and Circular Letters, 1878 - 1906.  Folder 8: National Headquarters, GAR, Miscellaneous publications and forms, NICO.  Folder 9: National Headquarters, GAR, Various notices, publications, reports, etc., annual National Encampment, NICO.  (continued below) Large collection of original manuscripts and bound volumes.  Nine boxes. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Mar-2018 ME ME1-2
009   Webster Kennebunk York Brick Store Museum 117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME  04043; phone 207-985-4802; email info@brickstoremuseum.org; website www.brickstoremuseum.org/ Collection #44 (Continued from above) Box 5: Miscellaneous envelopes (empty) addressed to Webster Post, No. 9.  Box 6: Folder 1: Pension forms and cover letter sent by John W. Morris, Attorney, Washington, DC, “Expert in Pension Cases,” 1886. Sent to Webster Post Adjutant.  Folder 2: As above, 1888, sent to Jennison, Adjutant, Webster Post.  Folder 3: Miscellaneous papers concerning pension agents and organizations.  Folder 4: Miscellaneous national GAR publications.  Folder 5: Department of Maine, GAR, miscellaneous published rosters, 1879 - 1912. Not consecutive.  Folder 6: By-laws, Rules and Regulations, Annual booklets of assorted Maine and Massachusetts posts, GAR. Also, Constitution, Knights of Labor of America.  Folder 7: National Headquarters, GAR, Booklets of Rituals, 1891 and 1913 (3 copies). Also, miscellaneous printed orders of services, etc. on cards.  Box 7: Department of Maine, GAR, Published “General Orders,” 1878 - 1912 (in chronological order).  National Headquarters, GAR, Published “General Orders,” 1878 - 1913 (in chronological order).  Box 8: Folder 1: Advertisement with sample of “Fine Silk Badge.”  Folder 2: Miscellaneous advertisements, order forms, etc. for various suppliers of GAR equipment, publications, etc. Some Maine based. Also, same for various traveling speakers, musical groups, entertainments, etc., for the GAR evenings. Also, miscellaneous catalogues for the GAR supplies.  (continued below) Nine boxes. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Mar-2018 ME ME1-2
009   Webster Kennebunk York Brick Store Museum 117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME  04043; phone 207-985-4802; email info@brickstoremuseum.org; website www.brickstoremuseum.org/ Collection #44 (Continued from above) Box 9: Ledgers and records as follows: Receipt book, Quartermaster, 1887 – 1901. Ledger, By-laws of Webster Post, with membership list in back. Ledger, Records of meetings, 1878 - 1880. Small cash book with list of names in back (members ?), 1885. Cash book, 1889 - 1915. Acq. #1075. Roster of Webster Post, No. 9, and burial places of members and soldiers of other wars (Revolution). Treasurer’s Record Book of Members Dues, 1878 - 1889. With index of names. Minutes of Meetings, 1881 - 1887.   Also, GAR Blue Book, containing The Rules and Regulations of the GAR, Robert B. Beath, Philadephia, 1885. 2nd Edition with Second Supplement of 1886.  Also, see Additions, pg. 9.  Pamphlet Box 1: Annual Reports, Adjutant General, State of Maine, 1881 and 1882. Proceedings, Annual Convention, Department of Maine, Women’s Relief Corps, 1895 - 1901 (not consecutive). Proceedings, Department of Maine, GAR 1867 - 1877 (one volume) and 1877 - 1883 (one volume).  Pamphlet Box 2: Proceedings and Rolls, Encampments, Department of Maine, 1886 - 1916 (not consecutive).  Pamphlet Box 3: Journal, National Encampment, 1889 - 1892 and Proceedings, National Encampment, 1879 and 1893.  Pamphlet Box 4: Journal, National Convention, Women’s Relief Corps, 1891 - 1900 (not consecutive).  (continued below) Nine boxes. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Mar-2018 ME ME1-2
009   Webster Kennebunk York Brick Store Museum 117 Main Street, Kennebunk, ME  04043; phone 207-985-4802; email info@brickstoremuseum.org; website www.brickstoremuseum.org/ Collection #44 (Continued from above) Collection also includes:  Quartermaster’s Book, 1878 - 1889. Volume titled: Personal War Sketches. Presented to Webster Post, No. 9, Kennebunk, Department of Maine, by R. W. Lord, 1898. Grand Army of the Republic. Includes pages for “Personal War Sketches, Supplementary War Sketches, Post Resolutions on Death of Comrades,” etc. None of the pages have been filled in. Collection also includes the following, stored in other locations: Miscellaneous Box (0) #4, Folder 7: Insurance Policies, Webster Post and Aetna Ins. Co., 1900 and 1901/  Folio Box 3, Folder 7: Advertising flyers for the GAR publications, Broadsides, GAR entertainment, no date. Poster, colored, Memorial Badges, Minks Badge and Novelty Company, no date.  Additions: Box 9: Folder 1: The following received at a later date and added to this collection: Official Souvenir Program, GAR, 34th National Encampment, Chicago, August 26-30, 1900. Grand Army Record, Dirigo, Vol. XIV, No. 4, September 1990.  An online finding aid is available. Nine boxes. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Mar-2018 ME ME1-2
010   Berry Lisbon Androscoggin               ME ME1-2
011   J. W. West East Machias Washington               ME DE1
011   Stephen Davis Pittsfield Somerset               ME ME1-2
012   B. H. Beale Bangor Penobscot Maine State Library U M Orono Special Collections, 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. Pamp 3749  1925 Year book of the Grand Army of the Republic : roster, B.H. Beale Post No. 12, Bangor, Maine, 1925 Original pamphlet Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME ME1-2
012   B. H. Beale Bangor Penobscot Maine State Library U M Orono Special Collections, 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. Pamp 3749 Roster of B.H. Beale Post, No. 12, Department of Maine, G.A.R., Bangor, Maine : 1868-1926 (published 1926) Original pamphlet, 31 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME ME1-2
013   Seth Williams Augusta Kennebec Maine State Library Main State Library (Safe), 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. 369.151 M22ps   Personal War Sketches, presented to Seth Williams Post No. 13 by Edwin G. Burleigh Augusta. 1890.  605 p. in wooden case (35 x 45 cm). Original bound volume. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME ME1-2
013   Seth Williams Augusta Kennebec Maine State Library Main State Library (Storehouse), 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. 369.15 G751s-m 1901 Seth Williams Post, No. 13, Augusta, Department of Maine G.A.R. : members, officers, committees, by-laws, etc., 1901 Original pamphlet, 21 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME ME1-2
014   W. S. Heath Waterville Kennebec Morristown & Morris Township Library North Jersey History & Genealogy Center, 1 Miller Road, Morristown, NJ 07960; phone 973-538-3473; email njhgc@jfpl.org; website www.jfpl.org/NJHistoryHome.cfm Microfiche LH 7570 Military history of Waterville, Maine [microform] : including the names and record, so far as known, of all soldiers from Waterville, in the several wars of the republic : a portion of the records of the Waterville Monument Association, and a sketch of W.S. Heath Post, No. 14, G.A.R. / by Isaac S. Bangs.  Microfiche of original volume.  University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI, 1992. Patrick Reilly, Phillip Kearney Camp #20, SUVCW, NJ Oct-2016 ME ME1-2
015   Bradbury Machias Washington Burnham Tavern Museum 14 Colonial Way, Machias, ME; phone 207-733-4577; email info@burnhamtavern.com   "A couple of items pertaining to the post."   Beth L. Vetter (email) Jul-2015 ME ME1-2
016   Edwin Libby Rockland Knox Maine State Library U M Orono Special Collections, 64 State House Station (230 State Street), Augusta, ME 04333;  Phone 207-287-5600; email reference.desk@maine.gov; website www.maine.gov/msl/ Call No. Maine F29.R66 R63 1990s (also State Library Stacks Call No. 974.1 vR68e) Rockland's grand old army : the honor roll, Edwin Libby Post #16, Grand Army of the Republic comprehensive information on Rockland's Civil War veterans Original bound volume, 231 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW May-2014 ME ME1-2
017   S. J. Oakes Oldtown Penobscot               ME DE1
017   Wilson North Turner Androscoggin                ME ME1-2, DE1
018   E. W. Woodman East Wilton Franklin               ME ME1-2, DE1
019   Daniel White Kenduskeag Penobscot               ME ME1-2, DE1
020   John B. Hubbard Hallowell Kennebec               ME JH1
021   Albert H. Frost Winthrop Kennebec               ME JH1
022   Vincent Mountfort Brunswick Cumberland               ME ME1-2
023   C. S. Douty Foxcroft Piscataquis Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 191 By-laws, membership applications, minutes, muster rolls, adjutant and quartermaster reports, and general orders of the post, together with quartermaster's daybook (1897-1920) and dues ledger (1912-1920) of Custer Regiment No. 16, Union Veterans' Union, also of Dover-Foxcroft.  A finding aid is available at the repository. Original bound volumes, 17 vols., 0.5 linear ft. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
023   C. S. Douty Foxcroft Piscataquis Dover-Foxcroft Historical Society 874 West Main Street, Dover-Foxcroft, ME  04426; website www.dover-foxcrofthistoricalsociety.org/   Ephemera from the Douty Post; roster of members; and dates of death. Original manuscripts, 4 items. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
024   Chamberlain Skowhegan Somerset               ME DE1
024   Erskine North Whitefield Lincoln               ME ME1-2, DE1
025   F. E. Wardwell Bucksport Waldo               ME DE1
025   John F. Appleton Farmington Franklin               ME JH1
026   Thomas T. Rideout Bowdoinham Sagadahoc               ME ME1-2
027   Farragut Bridgeton Cumberland               ME ME1-2
028   Sheridan Biddeford York               ME ME1-2
029   Abraham Lincoln Wells York               ME JH1
030   Freeman McGilvery Searsport Waldo               ME JH1
031   J. S. Sampson Milo Piscataquis               ME ME1-2
032   George Goodwin St. Albans Somerset               ME ME1-2
033   R. W. Mullen North Vassalboro Kennebec               ME ME1-2
034   Joel A. Haycock Calais Washington               ME ME1-2
035   Calvin F. Pilley Unity Waldo               ME ME1-2
036   Fred S. Gurney Saco York Private collection Gunsight Antiques, P.O Box 687, Standish, ME  04084; email info@gunsightantiques.com; website www.mainelegacy.com/index.html Janet & Bedford Hayes family collection Original charter, along with other artifacts from the Post. Original manuscript, appears to be unframed. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Mar-2015 ME ME1-2
037   Post No. 37 Kendall's Mills Somerset               ME DE1
037   G. H. Ruggles Etna Penobscot               ME ME1-2
038   Theodore Lincoln, Jr. Dennysville Washington               ME DE1
038   Kimball Livermore Falls Androscoggin               ME JH1
039   P. Henry Tillson Thomaston Knox               ME JH1
040   Post No. 40 / Roach Eastport Washington               ME DE1
040   Meade Eastport Washington               ME ME1-2
041   Andrews Harmony Somerset               ME JH1, DE1
041   Joseph E. Colby Rumford Center Oxford               ME ME1-2
042   Thomas H. Marshall Belfast Waldo               ME JH1
043   Fessenden Buckfield Oxford               ME ME1-2
044   Folsom Auburn Androscoggin               ME DE1
044   E. H. Bradstreet Liberty Waldo               ME ME1-2
045   Lafayette Carver Vinalhaven Knox               ME JH1
046   James A. Garfield Blue Hill Hancock               ME ME1-2
047   Burnside Auburn Androscoggin               ME ME1-2
048   Cutler Togus Kennebec               ME ME1-2
049   Thomas A. Roberts Oxford Oxford               ME ME1-2
050   Hiram Burnham Cherryfield Washington               ME ME1-2
051   Asbury Caldwell Sherman Mills Penobscot               ME JH1
052   J. Knowles Corinna Penobscot               ME ME1-2
053   James E. Hall Bucksport Waldo               ME ME1-2
054   Harry Rust Norway Oxford               ME ME1-2, DE1
055   William H. H. Rice Ellsworth Hancock               ME ME1-2
056   Hildreth South Gardiner Kennebec               ME ME1-2, DE1
057   Larry South Windham Cumberland               ME ME1-2
058   Bates South Norridgewock Somerset               ME ME1-2
059   Harlow Dunbar Newcastle Lincoln Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Stacks Pamplet 111 By-laws and roster of Harlow Dunbar Post No. 59, 1884.  Note:  Many records from this Post were lost in a fire on 17 March 1908. Pamphlet, 20 p. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME JH1
059   Harlow Dunbar Newcastle Lincoln Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 1615 Includes minutes of meetings and memberships.  1882-1895. Original bound volume. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME JH1
060   James P. Harris North Dixmont Penobscot               ME ME1-2, DE1
061   Kilpatrick Fort Fairfield Aroostook               ME ME1-2
062   George E. Whitman New Gloucester Cumberland               ME JH1
063   George S. Cobb Camden Knox Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 770 Contains minutes of meetings, with Charter certificate. Original bound volume, with charter. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
064   George G. Davis Brooks Waldo               ME ME1-2
065   William A. Barrows West Sumner Oxford               ME ME1-2, DE1
066   Warren Winterport Waldo               ME ME1-2
067   A. M. Whitman Bryant's Pond Oxford               ME ME1-2, DE1
068   Frank Hunter Hodgdon Aroostook               ME ME1-2
069   David Esancy Appleton Knox               ME ME1-2, DE1
070   Willard Springvale Cumberland U.S. Army War College U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center; 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle, PA 17013-5021; phone 717-245-3949; email carl_usamhi@conus.army.mil; website www.carlisle.army.mil/ahec/ Archives ARCH COLL Photocopies of the membership rosters of Willard Post 70 and George F. Shipley Post 78 (1861-1908).  Stored in Archives Building 950, Bay 5, Row 153, Face N, Shelf 7. 1 Folder of materials in 1 box. Glenn Knight, Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Feb-2012 ME ME1-2
071   John A. Hodge Canton Oxford               ME ME1-2, DE1
072   Daniel Chaplin Levant Penobscot               ME ME1-2, DE1
073   Charles A. Warren Standish Cumberland               ME ME1-2, DE1
074   Ezra M. Billings Monroe Waldo               ME JH1
075   Lyman E. Richardson Garland Penobscot               ME JH1
076   Charles L. Stevens Castine Hancock Wilson Museum 120 Perkins Street, Castine, ME  04421; phone 207-326-9247; email info@wilsonmuseum.org;  website www.wilsonmuseum.org Archives "GAR papers from this Post are in the Museum archives as well as the archives of the Castine Historical Society."   Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Apr-2015 ME ME1-2
077   Charles D. Thompson Springfield Penobscot               ME JH1
078   George F. Shepley Gray Cumberland U.S. Army War College U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center; 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle, PA 17013-5021; phone 717-245-3949; email carl_usamhi@conus.army.mil; website www.carlisle.army.mil/ahec/ Archives ARCH COLL Photocopies of the membership rosters of Willard Post 70 and George F. Shipley Post 78 (1861-1908).  Stored in Archives Building 950, Bay 5, Row 153, Face N, Shelf 7. 1 Folder of materials in 1 box. Glenn Knight, Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Feb-2012 ME ME1-2
079   Borneman Washington Knox               ME ME1-2
080   N. W. Mitchell West Newfield York               ME ME1-2, DE1
081   N. A. Weston Madison Somerset               ME ME1-2
082   Leeman Abbot Village Piscataquis               ME ME1-2, DE1
083   Abner C. Gill Chesterville Franklin               ME JH1
084   Brown Bethel Oxford               ME ME1-2
085   Thompson Cornish York               ME ME1-2
086   Joseph Hooker Lincoln Penobscot               ME ME1-2
087   James E. Cushman Phillips Franklin               ME JH1
088   Billings Clinton Kennebec               ME ME1-2
089   D. L. Weare East Sullivan Hancock               ME ME1-2, DE1
090   Elbridge P. Pratt Fairfield Somerset               ME ME1-2, DE1
091   E. O. C. Ord North Anson Somerset               ME ME1-2
092   Weld Sargent Boothbay Harbor Lincoln               ME JH1
093   Libby Litchfield Kennebec               ME ME1-2
094   Isaac A. Pennell North New Portland Somerset               ME JH1, DE1
095   Ansel G. Taylor Caribou Aroostook               ME JH1
096   Russell Skowhegan Somerset               ME ME1-2
097   SGT Wyman Oakland Kennebec               ME ME1-2
098   James D. Fessenden / George W. Randall Freeport Cumberland Freeport Historical Society 45 Main Street, Freeport, ME  04032; phone 207-865-3170; email library@freeporthistoricalsociety.org; website http://freeporthistoricalsociety.org/ Collection 197 Personal War Sketches, 1890, donated to the Post by Samuel Appleton Holbrook; A Minute Book, 4 Jan. 1896 - 16 Dec. 1912, is also in the collection (includes newspaper clipping pasted in referring to the founding of the post on Oct. 10, 1885 and a list of adjutants). Original bound volumes. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME JH1, DE1
099   Edward G. Parker Kittery York Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 303 Dues ledger, which also contains death records, a cashbook, and burial records. Original bound volumes, 3 vols. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2, DE1
100   Cloudman Westbrook / Saccarappa Cumberland               ME ME1-2
101   John R. Adams Gorham Cumberland               ME ME1-2
102   McGlauflin Mapleton Aroostook               ME ME1-2
103   James E. Porter Weld Franklin               ME JH1, DE1
104   Ruel Annas Sprague's Mills (Easton) Aroostook               ME ME1-2, DE1
105   James M. Parker Bar Harbor / Mt. Desert Hancock               ME ME1-2
106   James P. Jones South China Kennebec               ME ME1-2, DE1
107   Vining Windsor Kennebec               ME ME1-2
108   W. L. Haskell Yarmouth Cumberland               ME ME1-2
109   Nathan F. Blunt Bingham Somerset               ME JH1, DE1
110   Charles D. Jameson Bradford Penobscot Bradford Heritage: Museum and Historical Society Historical Society Address:  1163 Main Road, Bradford, ME 04410.  The Museum and Archives are housed in the John B. Curtis Free Public Library, 435 Main Road, Bradford, ME 04410; phone 207-327-2923; email curtis.free.public.library@msln.net; website www.bradfordmaine.org/library   Membership book, transfer forms and correspondence.  The items were in a worn black satchel, passed on to the Society by Richard Southard. Original bound volume and unbound manuscripts. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Apr-2015 ME JH1
111   Thatcher Portland Cumberland Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 771 Dues and accounts ledger. Original bound volume. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
112   Amos J. Billings China Kennebec               ME JH1
113   Joseph W. Lincoln Sidney Kennebec               ME ME1-2
114   Edwin S. Rogers Patten Penobscot               ME JH1
115   Charles S. Bickmore Casco / Edes Falls Cumberland               ME JH1, DE1
116   E. H. B. Wilson Orono Penobscot               ME ME1-2
117   John W. Brown Waterboro York               ME ME1-2
118   H. G. Libby Newport Penobscot               ME ME1-2
119   Eli Parkman East Corinth Penobscot               ME JH1
120   Knox Lewiston Androscoggin               ME ME1-2
121   S. J. Oakes Oldtown Penobscot               ME ME1-2
122   Frank G. Flagg Hampden Corner Penobscot               ME ME1-2
123   Wade Presque Isle Aroostook               ME ME1-2
124   Cooper Union Knox Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 346 Minutes of meetings and dues ledgers.  1884 - 1900. Origial bound volume, 4 vols. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
125   Robert J. Gray Blaine / Bridgewater Aroostook               ME ME1-2
126   Grover Fryeburg Oxford               ME ME1-2
127   G. K. Norris Monmouth Kennebec               ME ME1-2
128   Dana B. Carter Freedom Waldo               ME ME1-2
129   William Morgan West Athens Somerset               ME ME1-2
130   George H. Greenleaf New Sharon Franklin               ME JH1
131   Louis O. Cowan North Berwick York               ME ME1-2
132   John H. Came Buxton Center York               ME ME1-2, DE1
133   Samuel H. Libby Limerick York               ME ME1-2
134   Edmond B. Clayton Strong Franklin               ME JH1
135   Charles Keizer Waldsboro Lincoln               ME ME1-2
136   George F. Leppien Stoneham Oxford               ME ME1-2
137   John Merrill Richmond Sagadahoc               ME ME1-2
138   William H. Brown Lubec Washington Maine Historical Society Brown Library, 489 Congress Street, Portland, ME  04101; phone 207-774-1822; email info@mainehistory.org; website www.mainehistory.org/ Special Collection 381 Minutes of meetings and a dues and accounts ledger. Original bound volumes, 4 vols. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
139   L. D. Kidder Dixfield Oxford               ME ME1-2
140   R. H. Spear West Gardiner Kennebec               ME ME1-2
141   Cyrus M. Williams Mount Vernon Kennebec               ME ME1-2
142   Daniel Brookings Randolph Kennebec               ME ME1-2
143   U. S. Grant Biddeford York               ME ME1-2
144   William Payson Warren Knox               ME ME1-2
145   W. S. Hancock Island Falls Aroostook               ME ME1-2
146   Fred A. Norwood Rockport Knox               ME ME1-2
147   Demeritt Peru Oxford               ME ME1-2
148   William K. Kimball South Paris Androscoggin Paris Cape Historical Society 19 Park Street, South Paris, ME  04281; phone 207-743-2462;    Post records (no other details) Not known. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2014 ME ME1-2
149   Knowlen Ashland / Masardis Aroostook               ME ME1-2
150   Theodore Lincoln, Jr. Dennysville Washington               ME ME1-2, DE1
151   Parker Lovell Center Oxford               ME ME1-2
152   Charles K. Johnson Carmel Penobscot               ME ME1-2
153   John A. Logan Harrison Cumberland               ME ME1-2
154   C. P. Chandler Foxcroft Piscataquis               ME ME1-2, DE1
154   George Campbell Limestone Aroostook               ME JH1, DE1
155   S. W. Stratton Washburn Aroostook               ME ME1-2
156   W. L. Parker Dedham Hancock               ME ME1-2
157   Harvey Giles Booth Bay Lincoln               ME ME1-2
158   E. C. D. West Franklin Hancock               ME ME1-2, DE1
159   Addison P. Russell Houlton Aroostook               ME ME1-2, DE1
160   Daniel A. Bean Brownfield Oxford               ME ME1-2
161   John B. Scott Winn Penobscot               ME ME1-2
162   William Brannen Weston Aroostook               ME ME1-2
163   J. Morgan Guilford Piscataquis               ME ME1-2
164   William Reid Sanford York               ME ME1-2
165   Hannibal Hamlin Bangor Penobscot               ME ME1-2, DE1
166   William C. Hall Jefferson Lincoln               ME ME1-2
167   Lewis H. Wing Wayne Kennebec               ME ME1-2
?   O. O. Howard Augusta Kennebec               ME DE1
Sources (for Post name, number, and location data only):
JH1 = Jeff Henningfield, SUVCW Gov Isaac Stevens Camp-at-Large #1; GAR Post Project Chair, 2000
ME1 = Eric J. Boothroyd, PCC, Daniel Chaplin Camp #3, SUVCW Dept. of Maine, 2000
ME2 = Historical Journal 1867-1948 of the Dept of Maine, GAR by Grace Nason Darling
DE1 = Dean Enderlin, SUVCW National GAR Records Officer, 2012 - 2015
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