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Isaac Duncan GAR Post #477
Photograph of members of the Isaac Duncan Grand Army of the Republic Post #477, West Milton, Ohio approximately 1902 (West Milton is located about 35 miles north of Dayton on State Route 48) It was taken in front of Terrell's Drug Store (now Fox Pizza) in downtown West Milton.
Pictured on the first step from left to right followed by year of death is: Unknown, Peter Vore 1902, Henry Glunt (Glant?) 1915, Ephraim Earhart 1912, Charles Folchenur (Selling?) 1908, Dr. Kessler 1914, James Sowry 1905.
Pictured in the 2nd row from left to right are: Sam Reddick (Bow Tie), Wesley Faulknor (Tall Man), Andrew Turner, Mark Campbell, Don Chase, Sam Folker, Mose Pierce, Henry Arnold 1947, Adam Boram**, US Flag.
Photographs and information submitted by James Sowry's great grandson, Don Martin, Commander, Enderlin Camp #73, Department of Ohio, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
** According to Boorom family researcher, Linda Boorom, the man in the photograph is thought to be Andrew, rather than Adam, Boram. Andrew Boram was a member of Companies D&E, 48 Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Isaac Duncan GAR Post #477 West Milton, Ohio(circa 1902)
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