The G. A. R. in Danville, Il
From: History of Vermilion County, Illinois
By: Lottie E. Jones
Pioneer Publishing Company
THE G. A. R.
Kenesaw Post No. 77, Department of Illinois, Grand Army of the Republic, was organized at Danville, Illinois,
May 5, 1880, with the following list of charter members: Edwin Winter, James A. Outland. Henry J. Hall, George
W. Flynn, John W. Dale, F. M. Allhands, Wm. H. Newlin, B. F. Cook, A. Martin, George Dillon, L. M. Brown, W. J.
Calhoun, John Lane, R. W. Hanford, J. H. Woodmansee, W. R. Jewell, M. V. B. Tiffany, E. J. Draper, W. E. Shedd,
W. A. Payton, E. C. Abdill, Charles D. Eoff, Fred Buy, Amos S. Cowan, Edwin S. Coffin, E. W. Eakin, Alex. Pollock,
J. E. Field, W. H. Craft, D. C. Deamude, S. B. Ferguson, B. Brittingham, B. R. Hefley, M. J. Wolford, H. Plasnick,
Wm. J. Moore, J. M. Clark, J. G. Hull, H. V. Wilkinson, Charles Coton, Park T. Martin, R. C. Holton, E. D. Steen,
Sam J. Hall, Thomas Graves, James D. English, W. H. Taylor, James D. Harrison, J. C. Black, G. W. Jones, F. W.
Penwell, O. S. Cowan, Morris Trick, C. M. Coulter, H. O. Brower, Joseph Beddow, H. A. Johnson, G. W. Dickson, James
Holsen, John Slusser, Dennis Olehy, Charles H. Drake.