Gen. Milroy Post No. 62 was based in Latah, Spokane County and later Tekoa, Whitman County, Washington.  The map at the bottom of the page shows the exact location.

The Post namesake is Brigadier General Robert Huston Milroy (1816-1890).  He was Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Washington Territory after the Civil War.  He was a member of George H. Thomas Post No. 5 of Olympia.  Milroy died in Olympia and was buried in Tumwater.

The Post was chartered on 16 August 1890 with sixteen charter members.  This Post was associated with Gen. Milroy Corps No. 35, Woman's Relief Corps (WRC) which was installed in 1891.



Andrew B. AndersonCo. F2nd Arkansas Cavalry 
Charles R. BellCo. A3rd Iowa CavalrySUVCW Burial Record
John BraschCo. I28th Wisconsin InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
James P. CampbellCo. A1st Oregon InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1897   
James H. ClarkCo. H2nd Nebraska Territory CavalrySUVCW Burial Record
Stephen E. CoffinCo. G43rd Wisconsin InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
George W. ColeCo. D46th Iowa Infantry (100 days)SUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1917, 18, 20, 23 & 26   
Frank P. ConnellCo. H44th Massachusetts Infantry (Militia) 
Post Commander - 1905, 08, 14, 15, 27 & 28   
Benjamin F. CoplenCo. G3rd Colorado Territory CavalrySUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1890   
Jonathan CrockettCo. H58th Indiana InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Daniel DotyCo. B51st Indiana InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
John M. EdmondsCo. B49th Missouri InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
George W. Hendricks15th Bty.Indiana Light Artillery 
Post Commander - 1893
Matthew G. LawrenceCo. D4th Iowa Infantry 
Campbell LeforsCo. G3rd Colorado Territory Cavalry 
Post Commander - 1909   
Alexander McCartyCo. M6th Iowa Cavalry 
Cornelius E. MohundroCo. G46th Missouri Infantry 
Charles MorganCo. I3rd Connecticut Infantry & 

Co. A4th New York Heavy Artillery 
William MottleyCo. A1st Oregon Cavalry 
James M. NelsonCo. A3rd Iowa CavalrySUVCW Burial Record
Lafayette H. NoyesCo. A129th Ohio InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Martin M. PooleCo. K7th California Infantry 
William B. RamsayCo. D1st Iowa Cavalry 
Post Commander - 1891   
William RowleyCo. C58th Illinois InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
David K. N. SmithCo. I150th Indiana Infantry 
Augustus A. StevensCo. H3rd Minnesota InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1892   
Department Commander - 1919-20   
George W. StewartCo. E12th Kansas Infantry 
Wayne Scott WalkerCo. F11th Indiana Cavalry 
William H. WallerCo. K35th Illinois Infantry &SUVCW Burial Record

Co. K153rd Indiana Infantry 
Nelson B. WeltonBty. H1st Missouri Light ArtillerySUVCW Burial Record
James C. WhiteheadCo. C53rd Indiana InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Thomas J. WimpyCo. F2nd Arkansas Cavalry 

Abbreviations used above: "Bty." is short for "Battery".  "Co." is short for "Company".  "F&S" is short for "Field and Staff". 

Note: This is not a complete cumulative roster of the Comrades (members) of this Post.  As additional Comrades are identified, they will be added.

If you find someone on this list who would qualify you for membership in one of our Camps or Auxiliaries, we have the documentation of his honorable service to the Union on file.

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