Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Capt. George L. Goodale” in chapter 1, section c.1.1, page 3 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
...came in the morning, and the company was saved.
Almost immediately after this muster, the company was reorganized; forty men were dropped from the rolls and new men enlisted to fill their places.
Capt. George L. Goodale , now of the United States Army, took command.
The reorganization and thirty-first anniversary of the Light Guard was celebrated February 13, 1882, by a banquet.
At the next muster the general com...
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