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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 2 0 Browse Search
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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, Oliver H. Webber, John Ford, Henry C. Hobbs, Otis S. Brown, Jeremiah W. Coveney, Thomas McIntire, Jr. July 10 the Post was mustered by J. Warren Cotton, and the following-named comrades chosen officers: Commander, Robert L. Sawin; Senior Vice-Commander, J. H. Blair; Adjutant, A. M. Lunt; Quartermaster, T. J. Mclntire; Surgeon, A. L. Norris; Sergeant-Major, O. S. Brown. At subsequent meetings C. H. Mclntire, Jr., was made Junior Vice-Commander, George