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The Department of Indiana Presents
the Xante of Comrade W A
Kctthaiu
Indianapolis Ind Feb 10 1909
This Department will ask the next
National Encampment of the Grand
Army of the Republic to elect Com
rade William A Ketcham of this city
Its Commander-in-Chief and that in
this they would greatly appreciate your
approval and support
His services to- the organization
Post Department and National ever
since its beginning have been contin
uous zealous and conspicuously use
ful To those of us who served in the
army with Comrade Ketcham and have
known him thru the years since this
kind of service and accomplishment
was only what was expected the nat
ural result of the determined forceful
character which has marked his life
froin boyhood
At the outbreak of the rebellion he
was a boy attending school in Ger
many He returned home in the Sum
mer of 61 and was a student In Wa
bash College until the time of his en
listment After his service in the war
he completed hi college education ati
Dartmouth graduating with the class
of 67 He enlisted as a private soldier
In the 13th Ind in February 1864 and
carried a musket until December when
he was promoted to Second Lieutenant
In May he was promoted Captain His
tervice was on the Appomattox and the
James and about Petersburg and Rich
mond with the Tenth Corps in the
Army of the James except that in May
his division with the Eighteenth Corps
Joined the Army of the Potomac to
participate in the campaign and battle
of Cold Harbor and in the Winter of
1864 65 he went to the North Carolina
coast and took part in the proceedings
against Fort Fisher including the
storming of the fort In January He
remained in North Carolinaintil the
close of the war
On his return from the army he be
gan the practice of law In which he
has since continued He has twice
served his State as Attorney General
and Is a member ot the Eoard of Re
gents of the State Soldiers and Sailors
Monument
Comrade Ketcliams service with the
Grand Army of the Republic orleiiy
summarized Is as follows Post Chap
lain Chairman Committees on State
Soldiers and Sailors Home and State
Soldiers and Sailors Orphans Home
Tudrro Advocate Department Com
mander to several
National Encampments member Na
tional Council of Adrnnistration Chair
man Commfitee on Resolutions mem
ber Pension arid other committees His
earnest and effective work on the Pen
men Committee when the increased
limit of wido 3 irccmes from 38 w
250 and the passage of the
and the spirited and fcrceiul op
position to the 7irz Mfinuuiefil propo
sition will be by all Ujo
comrades jU are pnaraf teristfl of his
ability to do things for
nis comraaes to wnicn ne believes tney
are justly entitled
It may be recalled that this State
has had but one Commander-in-Chief
In the 43 years of the existence of the
Order and in presenting Comrade
Ketcham for Commander-in-Chief the
comrades of this Department feel that
they may properly claim that Indiana
is entitled o flist consideration at this
time Htr early appreciation of the
value of the organization to the coun
try and to soldiers of the Union her
effective service in its upbuilding her
contributions to the work and her
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W A KETCHUM
mcrlcal importance caused It to be
conceded some half decade ago and
that she should be honored with its
Chief Executive and the lamented
Carnahan was named as its candidate
His untimely death just before the date
of the Encampment placed the badge
of mourning on their arms and until
now they have not claimed the recogni
tion then so generally considered their
due
We feel therefore that while we
fully appreciate the splendid comrades
who have served as Commanders-in-Chief
and those who may now be can
didates for the place wc offer and
pledge one who in strength of body
and intellect character as soldier and
citizen devotion to the Grand Army of
the Republicand the ability and earn
THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE WASHINJT6N D C THURSDAY MARCH 11 1909
est desire to acrlflce his time and
means in ccopomlzing its present re
sources and building upand making
even more useful its splendid organi
zation is the peer of them all and in
every way worthy of your support
John D Alexander Department Com
mander Wm W Dudley Edwin
Nicar David N Foster Argus D
Vanosdol Charles M Travis Albert
O Marsh Harvey B Shively Henry
M Caylor Daniel Ryan David E
Beem Milton Garrlgus George W
Grubbs E R Brown Past Departed
ment Commanders Irvin Robblns
Past - Senior Vice Commander-in-Chief
Wm H Armstrong Past Se
nior Vice Commander-in-Chief and
Jlember National Executive Commit
tee
Recruiting the G A It
James H Price 123 N 50th street
Philadelphia Pa cites his case as one
deserving attention in the matter ot
recruiting the G A R He joined a
Post at Philadelphia several years after
the war and was a member for a num
ber of years Then reverses came and
he was compelled to withdraw which
he did by paying his dues and getting
a transfer card which he held was
good until he could join another Post
He had financial troubles and remained
out of the Order for several years and
when he applied for readmisslon he
was told that he must pay 100 This
would entitle him to a share in the
benefit fund but he was willing to for
feit that on condition of being readmit
ted He had the money to pay it but
did not think it right to be pracically
fined for returning to the Order It is
true that some of the Posts which have
the benefit feature refuse to admit a
comrade over a certain age and this
stands in the way of their recruiting
He thinks that this is poor policy and
that they should admit members if they
are willing to relinquish all rights to
the share in the fund
G A It Buries Confederate
The following is from Stephen Coop
er 221 S Kendall street Battle Creek
Mich Inclosed 13 notice of death of
Dr James Hall Reed who was burled
here Nov 281908 He was a Confed
erate soldier and belonged to the 14th
Miss He was buried with all the mili
tary honors by a delegation of Grand
Army men I inclose a clipping from
our local paper
The casket was draped with the
American and Confederate flags and
was almost completely covered by
beautiful floral offerings The remains
were carried from the church by six
prominent physicians of the city Drs
Sands Godfrey Kimball Brown Riley
and Eggleston acting as pallbearers
Upon leaving the church a guard of
honor composed of eight Grand Army
men marched beside the hearse to tho
cemetery Chas Browning E W
Bords Chas Robinson Chas Manches
ter L McCoy Stephen Cooper William
Rogers and M B Duffle Following
the burial service at the grave by Rev
Chester Woods Comrades Cooper and
Rogers rendered The Retreat a mar
tial selection appropriate to the solemn
occasion with fife and drum over the
remains of so brave a soldier and loyal
a citizen Altho Dr Reed fought long
and bravely for the Lost Cause the boys
who wore the blue turned out loyally
to witness the last peremonles paid to
the memory of the departed comrade
When the civil war was over Dr Reed
became a good loyal citizen and lover
of the Stars and Stripes His attitude
is best shown in one of his utterances
concerning the outcome of the war I
am glad that I do not have to live In
a divided country
A Uc rot
J M AVlTWievfe Pere Wis writes
that Harrison irtWt and W R C are
both very llc organizations and doing
a grand wort miey expect to greatly
increase thlr mcinbership during the
preset yearnby pprsistent work In re
cruiting
Jan 2 the following officers were in
stalled Mrs Blanche Handeyside Past
President actinglas Installing Officer
fcr the wTii President Minnie
Kuehl S V 5 trs Frances Hnsklns
J V P Clara McDonald Treasurer
Lillian Camubcii fiiapain Mary Wco J
ward ConifuctbrT Nellie Whitley As
sistant Conductor Miss Frances Has
kins Secretary Jennie llasklns Musi
cian Matt TTnskins Color Bearers
Vina Clark Sarah Salter Louise Tur j
mi ijunun mmnDeii
Cist jJmmafiusr Thomas Steele in
stalled for the Post Commander H J
Peep S V C I S Haskins J V C
Edwin Hibbard Adjutant William
Handeyside Surgeon R D Phelps
Chaplain J N Woodward Q M Thos
Turriff O D S Taylor O G Aug
Kuckenbecker S M J M Whitley
Q M S E E Bailey
Death or Past Commander Graham
Robert E Sumstrom Commander of
the Department of Maryland G A R
issues a feeling General Order as to the
death of Comrade Graham Past De
partment Commander who died Nov
19 at his home in Baltimore Com
rade Graham enlisted in the 5th Md
at the beginning of the war and rose
to be a First Lieutenant He was
wounded and taken prisoner at Win
chester and again at Fair Oaks He
was mjistered out with his regiment
Sept 1 1S63 He began his G A R
career in Dushane Post in 18S3 and
became Department Commander Feb
20 1890 Ho was Surgeon General of
the G A R in 1893 and also President
of the Grand Army Club and Union
Veterans Association of Maryland He
was also a member of the Medical
Board ot Pension Examiners
Encourage the Sons of Veterans
Thomas J McGrath C26 Pceble3
street Wilkinsburg Pa notices with
deep regret the long columns ot mus
tered out in The National Tribune and
he cannot pick up a da ly raptr wi h
cut finding In it the death of somo
comrads Up Is harassed with fear as
to wl o will c rry on tie gold wcrk
establl hed by the G A R ni who
w 11 bo our successors They shoud by
al means be ojr sons and daughteis
who have every reason and encourage
ment to take up this work We should
give the Sons of Veterans much more
encouragement than we do They do
not ask financial help but they do ask
the comrades to attend the meetings of
their Camps and give them the en
couragement of their presence He
finds that the entertainments at these
Camps arc interesting and they de
serve a larger attendance of the vet
erans than they hac Every veteran
should encourage his sons to belong to
a Camp and become thoroly imbued
with the spirit of the work which the
Camps arc doIngiFo as to continue the
Grand Armys mission
K 1
Sous pt Veterans
Hugh C irtshtCnmp Patcrson N J
gave a grahd reception Friday Jan
29 to Henry M
Nevlus G A Rand Commander-in-Chief
Edgar Allen Jr of the Sons of
Veterans Like all of the affairs of
Hugh C Iririh Cavrtp this was a decided
success The lotal Posts Auxiliaries
the Divisiotl Commander Division
President and a number of prominent
comrades ofithe G A R and S of V
were presents v
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L RIGIITLINCOLN CEXTER MAJ fXAS PINKEIITON ON IiEFT AND GEN JOHN A McCLEBNAND ON
PENSION POINTERS
Inquiries Answered and Suggestions
Made
Friend Cleveland Ohio If yonr hus
band goes to a Soldiers Home you can
draw one half of his pension
Old Subscriber Brownsville Cal If a
soldiers widow remarries and the second
husband dies the only conditions under
which she can draw pension arc that s he
was the wife of the soltMor during the war
time and in receipt of a pension under the
general law prior to her remarringe The
widow whom you mention wouiu not nave
titfet
P S Ohio Ohio has not passed a
State pension law
Reader The National Ilomcs for Dis
abled Volunteer Soldiers arc as follows
Central Branch National Military
Home Montgomery Ohio
Northwestern Branch National Home
Milwaukee County Witconsin
Eastern Branch National Home Togus
Maine
Southern Branch National Soldiers
Home Elizabeth CityCounty Virginia
Western Branch National Military
Home Leavenworth County Kansas
Pacific Branch Soldiers Home Los
Angeles County California
Marion Branch National Military
Home Grant County Indiana
Danville Branch Danville III
Mountain Branch Johason City Tenn
T B Ohio Wlien an army pensioner
enters a National Home his pension Ls
drawn by the Treasurer of said Home and
disbursed for the benefit of the pensioner
without deduction for fines or penalties
The money is disbursed and paid to the
pensioner under such rules as are pre
scribed by the officers of the Home in the
best interest of the pensioner and con
sistent with the discipline of the Home
We understand that the Homes furnish
clothing to the inmates AH of the money
that has accumulated in the hands of the
Treasurer of the Home is returned to the
pensioner when lie is discharged from the
institution
MISSOURI SOLDIERS
A Roster Being- Prepared of Them
No record exists in the archives of
the State of Missouri- of her sons who
supported the Union and fought to
maintain her in It The Grand Army
of the Republic has been moving to
have this inglorious omission repaired
and a step In that direction has been
taken Dan Fraser Thomson Chief
Clerk of the Adjutant Generals Office
of Missouri was given a small appro
priation by the last session of the Leg
islature and went to Washington to
study the records on file in the Office
of the Adjutant General of the Army
He came to Washington last March
and worked until May copying the
names of the commissioned officers the
time and place of enrollment time and
place of order Into service and date of
relief from service also the number of
non commissioned officers and men and
approximately the number of days In
actual service shown by the rolls of all
the State organizations which were on
the pay roll of the Government This
makes a good beginning and undoubt
edly the Department of Missouri G A
R will see that it is followed up until
a complete record Is made for the State
of all that Missourians did In the great
war for the maintenance of the Union
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Tourists travel hundreds of miles and spend hundreds of dollars to look upon the sites of tho famous battlefields of tho
Civil War and then they see the situation only as it appears today and not as it was when tho famous events were be
ing enacted How many a veteran would rejoice to go back once more to those localities where the roar of cannon and
musketry resounded m his ears over forty years ago This Album makes this well nigh possible and these famous
photographs take the precedence of a visit today since along with the natural localities one sees the great actors tho
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the eye making the situation
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Hundreds of letters of strong commendation from military and educational authorities have been received which are of
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Your magnificent album cf Civil War photographs is to me both
a surprise and a delight I am pleased to know that this superb
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American History
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says Your publication Original Photographs taken on the bat
tlefields during the Civil War of the U S is an original docu
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The riilllppine Veterans
Nelson A Miles Camp 10 United
Spanish War Veterans celebrated the
tenth anniversary of the Filipino In
surrection at Oakland Cal Feb 4 A
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