Camp Namesakes

 

 

Updated 11/3    /10

 

Henry H Winchell

Camp #43 SUVCW

Utica, NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo by Jerome Orton

James Lynde

Dalton, Livingston County

SUVCW Camp #50 Namesake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo by Jerome Orton

Brothers of camp 544 at the graves of Moses Baldwin and his wife, Greenfield cemetery, Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y.

 

Capt Homer Searle

Co C & K 114th NY INF

Oct 9, 1844- Jan 25, 1875

 

Universalist Cemetery

Bridgewater,

Oneida County, NY

 

 Namesake of Homer Searle Camp #114 Also of GAR Post 448 in Brookfield, NY

 

 

 

Photo by Earl Allen, PDC

Col. George L Willard  gravesite at Oakwood
Cemetery, Troy.
 

Namesake of Col. George L Willard Camp #154

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo by Raymond LeMay III

Colonel Augustus Van Horne Ellis  grave at the Family Vault  St Mark's
Church in-the-Bowery in Manhattan. 

Name sake of Col Augustus Van Horne Ellis Camp #124
 

 

 

Photo by Jeffery Albanese

Abraham Lincoln Tomb

Oak Ridge Cemetery

Springfield, Illinois

 

Namesake of Abraham Lincoln Camp #6

Rochester, NY

COLONEL JOHN BAPTISTE WEBER

September 21, 1842 December 18, 1926

 Military Service

44th Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry (1861-1862).

116th Regiment, New York Volunteers (1862-1864).

89th United States Colored Infantry (1864).

 Public Service

Assistant Postmaster for Buffalo (1871-1873).

Erie County Sheriff (1874-1876).

Congressman, 33rd District, United States House of Representatives (1885-1889).

(First Original) Commissioner of Immigration at Port of New York Ellis Island (1890-1893).

Commissioner General of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, New York (1901).

 General

One of the Founding Fathers of the City of Lackawanna, New York (1909).

 Membership

Edward P. Chapin Post Number 2, Grand Army of the Republic, Buffalo, New York.

Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.

 Namesakes

 Weber Post 808, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lackawanna, New York.

Weber Camp 44, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Lackawanna, New York

Photo by Williiam Christen
Admiral John L. Worden Camp 150
 
Admiral John L. Worden is buried in The Pawling Rural Cemetery in Pawling, NY.
 
The Pawling Rural Cemetery is located on Route 22 across from Trinity Pawling School, 1/4 mile North of the Pawling Main Street and Rt. 22 intersection traffic lights.

Photo by Matt Hereford

 

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