Nathan P. Gregg Post No. 127 was based in Hillyard, Spokane County, WA.  The map at the bottom of the page shows the exact location.

The post's namesake was Captain Nathan Preston Gregg (1840-1907), Co. M, 11th Kansas Cavalry.  He is buried on Orcas Island, San Juan County, Washington.

The post was chartered 4 March 1911 with 14 charter members.  The charter was surrendered on 13 February 1925.  This Post was associated with Nathan P. Gregg Corps No. 25, Woman's Relief Corps (WRC) which was installed on 22 April 1911.

To learn more about the Post Commanders and Officers during more of the Post's history, see our Post leadership detail page here.  



Charter Members




Robert AtkinsonCo. B95th Illinois Infantry,SUVCW Burial Record

Co. G134th Illinois Infantry (100 days) & 

Co. I9th Illinois Cavalry 
George AveryCo. M4th Massachusetts Cavalry 
Post Commander - 1922 & 23  
James BerridgeCo. G120th Onio Infantry &SUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1916Co. G114th Ohio Infantry 
Ralph W. BlackCo. I23rd Illinois InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1920, 21, 24 & 25  
Anson D. BriggsCo. D2nd Wisconsin CavalrySUVCW Burial Record
Stephen D. CochraneCo. A64th Illinois Infantry (Yates' Sharpshooters) 
John M. CrofootCo. A23rd Missouri Infantry &SUVCW Burial Record

Co. M12th Missouri Cavalry 
Andrew P. DyeCo. A32nd Wisconsin InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Tilman P. EdgertonCos. D & B34th Iowa InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Samuel C. FairchildCo. C13th Illinois Infantry &SUVCW Burial Record

Btys. F & I1st Illinois Light Artillery 
Francis M. FieldCo. K8th Wisconsin InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1918
John HeathCo. D2nd Iowa Infantry 
James H. LongCo. B28th Illinois InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Gottlieb MahlerCo. F1st Nevada Cavalry 
Franklin McKennettCo. C7th Illinois Cavalry 
Stephen E. MillsCos. D & H3rd Missouri State Militia Cavalry (1st Organization),SUVCW Burial Record

Co. L7th Missouri State Militia Cavalry & 

Co. H13th Missouri Cavalry 
Thomas MullidyCo. B47th New York Infantry 
Clark E. OyerCo. G154th New York InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Mount PeasleyCo. E30th Iowa InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Post Commander - 1917
Thomas H. PughCo. B22nd New York CavalrySUVCW Burial Record
Henry A. RaymondCo. C84th New York InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Philo B. SageCo. H20th Wisconsin Infantry 
Henry SteenCo. G12th Iowa InfantrySUVCW Burial Record
Cyrus StonerCo. B4th Iowa CavalrySUVCW Burial Record
Charles E. WashburnCo. E172nd Pennsylvania Infantry (Drafted Militia)SUVCW Burial Record
John W. YeakelCo. I199th Pennsylvania InfantrySUVCW Burial Record

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.

Membership inquiries can be directed to and we will help you.

GAR Charter of Nathan Gregg Post No. 127

Used by Permission of the Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma, WA (Catalog ID #1963.92.1.3)