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than 400 veterans. Sixty-two have died. Its present membership is 128. It has expended a large amount in relief work. Its present officers are these: Commander, A. H. Ricker; Senior Vice-Commander, T. J. Breen; Junior Vice-Commander, F. J. O'Reilly; Adjutant, A. W. Glidden; Quartermaster, William N. Eveleth; Surgeon, Matthias Fleck; Chaplain, A. W. Curtis; Officer of the Day, M. C. Beedle; Officer of the Guard, A. J. Littlefield; Sergeant-Major, M. J. Conry; Quartermaster-Sergeant, George W. Warren. P. Stearns Davis Post 57 of East Cambridge was chartered June 29, 1868, by Grand Commander Sprague. It was named in honor of the lamented colonel of the Thirty-Ninth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, who had been a resident of that ward, and lost his life in the field before Petersburg. These names appear on the charter: A. M. Lunt, Robert L. Sawin, John T. Wilson, Jonas F. Capelle, I. M. Bennett, C. F. Blaisdell, A. F. Fifield, James A. Grant, John H. Blair, Albert L. Norris, Oli