Postwar
Grand Army of the Republic
Sons of Veterans of the Civil War
Vermont Division

The Sons of Veterans, U.S.A., Vermont Division, claimed 52 active camps with 1,368 members and 8 suspended camps with 252 members as of 31 March 1893. The following were identified in their report of the Eleventh Annual Encampment, held at Brattleboro, June 7th and 8th, 1893.

No.Town/CityName
1BarreGov. Carroll S. Page
2Brattleboro
3Readsboro
4Bennington
5Island PondCol. Z. M. Manzur
6Ludlow
7Underhill
8
9
10
11
12
13South Londonderry
14
15WestonCaptain A. G. Foster
16WilliamstownGen. W. H. Gilmore
17
18St. Johnsbury
19BurlingtonGen. William Wells
20
21
22BarreU. A. Woodbury
23
24West Concord
25Middlebury
26Middlebury
27
28ChelseaH. E. K. Hall
29
30
31Montpelier
32
33
34SpringfieldMilan Parks
35Cabot
36St. Albans
37West Randolph
38
39Calais
40Montgomery Centre
41
42Hinesburgh
43
44
45Bethel
46Cambridge
47Greensboro Bend
48Barnet
49Barton
50Morrisville
51North Hyde Park
52Pawlet
53East Corinth
54
55Vergennes
56Brandon
57Poultney
58Milton
59Jacksonville
60Manchester DepotLieut. J. C. Blackmer
61White River Jct.
62Orwell
63Jamaica
64Fair Haven
65Post Mills
66West Rutland
67Windsor
68Richford
69Bellows Falls
70Lowell
71Craftsbury
72Danby
73Montreal, CanadaCol. E. E. Ellsworth
74South Royalton
75Londonville
76Wolcott
77Johnson
78Waterbury
79Arlington
80Danville
81North Troy
82Lunenburgh
83HuntingtonGen. W. W. Henry
84Glover
85BristolCol. N. F. Dunshee
86Essex Jct.
87NorthfieldCol. W. C. Holbrook

The Ladies' Aid Societies, Auxiliary to the Sons of Veterans, U.S.A., held their Third Annual Encampment at Brattleboro, June 7th and 8th, 1893. Ten Societies were active, with a total membership of 214. The following Societies were mentioned in the report.

No.TownAssociated Camp
2Chelsea
3Bennington
4Burlington
5Middlebury
6Barnet
7Brandon
8St. Johnsbury
9Brattleboro
10Barre
11Fair Haven
12Poultney
13Huntington(83)
14Bristol(85)
15Manchester Centre(60)
16Springfield(34)

Source: Journal of Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Encampment of the Vermont Division, Sons of Veterans, U.S.A., and Third Annual Encampment of the Vermont Division Ladies' Aid Societies, Auxiliary to the Sons of Veterans, U.S.A., Held at Brattleboro, June 7th and 8th, 1893. St. Albans: St. Albans Messenger Co. Book and Job Print, 1894.

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