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 in 1925.
|Peter Bott||Cos. L & K||1st Minnesota Cavalry (Mounted Rangers) &|
|Co. A||11th Minnesota Infantry|
|Andrew J. Carey||Co. K||111th New York Infantry|
|William T. Davis||Co. I||6th Illinois Cavalry|
|Addison Fite||Cos. F & A||3rd Missouri Cavalry &|
|Co. A||11th Missouri Cavalry|
|Francis M. Gosnell||Co. G||8th Illinois Infantry|
|John E. Lyon||Co. H||11th Wisconsin Infantry|
|Chauncey A. Mead||Cos. E & D||1st Michigan Engineers and Mechanics|
|Post Commander - 1914|
|William E. Piper||Co. H||2nd Minnesota Infantry|
|Lewis W. Pryor||Co. G||81st Pennsylvania Infantry|
|Alanson Clark Robinson||Co. L||1st Iowa Cavalry,|
|Co. H||14th U.S. Infantry &|
|Co. D & F&S||1st Minnesota Heavy Artillery|
|William H. Shoemaker||Co. F||16th Illinois Infantry &|
|Co. A||60th Illinois Infantry|
|D. M. Stephens||Co. E|
|William F. Strine||Co. E||34th Ohio Infantry|
|Homer Town||Co. K||12th Illinois Infantry|
|Robert Atkinson||Co. B||95th Illinois Infantry,|
|Co. G||134th Illinois Infantry &|
|Co. I||9th Illinois Cavalry|
|Anson D. Briggs||Co. D||2nd Wisconsin Cavalry|
|Stephen D. Cochrane||Co. A||64th Illinois Infantry (Yates' Sharpshooters)|
|John M. Crofoot||Co. A||23rd Missouri Infantry &|
|Co. M||12th Missouri Cavalry|
|Andrew P. Dye||Co. A||32nd Wisconsin Infantry|
|Tilman P. Edgerton||Cos. D & B||34th Iowa Infantry|
|Francis M. Field||Co. K||8th Wisconsin Infantry|
|James H. Long||Co. B||28th Illinois Infantry|
|Gottlieb Mahler||Co. F||1st Nevada Cavalry|
|Franklin McKennett||Co. C||7th Illinois Cavalry|
|Stephen E. Mills||Cos. D & H||3rd Missouri State Militia Cavalry (1st Organization),|
|Co. L||7th Missouri State Militia Cavalry &|
|Co. H||13th Missouri Cavalry|
|Thomas Mullidy||Co. B||47th New York Infantry|
|Clark E. Oyer||Co. G||154th New York Infantry|
|Henry A. Raymond||Co. C||84th New York Infantry|
|Cyrus Stoner||Co. B||4th Iowa 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.
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