The information on this page was submitted by Ginger Donohue from a book donated to the Hickory County Historical Society by Barbara Cothern.

 Members of Simon Cameron Post No 437, Dept of Missouri,

Grand Army of The Republic

9 February 1895


Adams, George N.       Cross Timbers Mo

Benton, Thomas A.

Brown, John C.

Carlton, Timothy K.

Doak, Robert F.           (discharged 10 January 1891)

Gier, Edmond

Huffman, E. B.

Moore, W. N.

Mitchner, T. J.

Nease, Joseph N.

Nix, Stephen

Paine, William

Pinkston, E. D.

Palmer, James

Shull, Henry

Smith, George

Southard, F. M.            Mt View Mo

Cooper, Wm Tom        Cross Timbers Mo

Hickman, Wm C.

Smith, G. C.                 Benton Co (then line drawn thru this)

Cothern, A. B.              Cross Timbers Mo

Gray, A. J.

Vance, Robert A.

Taylor, Samuel

Edwards, Wm J.

Wooten, Jonathan        (transfer from E. D. Baker Post #68, Greenridge Mo)

Dickerson, J. J. C.        Mt View Mo

Jenkins, W. W.             Cross Timbers

White, Thomas

Canady, J. M.

James, Benjamin

Wilson, David

Turner, Oscar               Dell Delight, Mo

Fisher, Wm L.               Cross Timbers Mo (Moved to Pittsburg Ks)

Hill, Wm J.

Teague, John N.           Benton Co Mo

Miller, Louis A.              Mt View Mo

Martin, Prizast Gist       Mt View Mo   (Moved to Moniteau Co Mo)

Tripp, J. N.

Poe, T. J.

Ross, J. J.                                           (Moved to Washington Territory)

Moore, J. F. D.              Cross Timbers Mo

Kilgore, Charles

Cosgrove, John

Hart, James

McClure, G. W.

Antwiler, Wm


Since the organization of the Post there has been fifty nine members enrolled.  Of that number six members have died, seven have been dropped from the roll and three discharged, two returned, R. A. Vance and R. F. Doak, the other, Wm J. Mawhiney moved away to Ok Territory, leaving on the Post list 45 members.   R. A. Vance, Commander

James V. Nutts visiting member reobligated 23 February 1895.

Others mentioned in minutes from various meetings:

Palmer, J. N.


Hodges, Anderson-Pvt Co C 1st Reg Ark

Gray, Andrew Jackson-Pvt Co G 3rd Reg MSM Cav

Daniel, Burdett L.

Davis, Samuel W.


Krudwig, William

Keener, J. W. C.

Maloy, T. B.

Shreck, Paul  (deceased) Born in Indiana 21 October 1818, married Lucy Ayers 16 January 1842, 

                       By which union 4 boys, 3 girls. Lucy died 19 Aug 1855 and he married Louisa J.

                       Cooper 25 March 1869 and this union 3 girls, 1 boy. Co B 4th Iowa Cav Vol

Briggs, Alfred

Miller, Lewis A.


Resolved: 8 March 1890

That it having become known to the members of this Post that B. L. Daniel, Samuel W. Davis, James W. Dickerson and E. T. Moore were in the Rebel Army during the War and that their muster into the Post as members illegal and void and they are hereby ordered dropped from the Roll of Members of the Post.


Resolved: 8 March 1890

Death of Comrad John N. Edwards, who departed this life 3 March 1890.


Visiting 8 March 1890:

Albert Harrison, Post #?? Climax Mo, F. J. Nicholson, J. A. Marsh, Jesse H. D. Moore and Rev. James G. Baldwin and Comrad Tobe Ingram, Farnsworth Post #?? Warsaw Mo


14 June 1890: On application of Comrads E. T. Moore and James W. Dickerson, the Post admitted them by resolution that they might be heard in regard to the action of this Post in dropping them from the Roll of Membership of this Post by Resolution on 8 March 1890. Ask that resolution be reconsidered.


21 June 1890: E. T. Moore and J. W. Dickerson are hereby reinstated and that they be reobligated and seated in full membership in the Post.


8 November 1890:  Committee appointed to give report of murder of Anderson Hodges at next meeting. Report filed. 


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posted 14 March 2007 by Ginny Sharp