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No. 1 JANUARY 2003

MUSTER ROLLS OF THE EUGENE RAWSON POST OF THE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC

Page from the Muster Roll of the Eugene Rawson Post of the G. A. R.

Among the records of the Eugene Rawson Post of the Grand Army of the Republic, Fremont, Ohio, (Local History Collection 251) are two "muster rolls" that provide information about the organization's 400-plus members. Although the information on each Civil War veteran varies, the records may include name, age, birthplace, residence, occupation, and Civil War service (regiment, company, rank, date of enlistment, final discharge, cause of discharge, and wounds). The date of admission into the GAR, transfer of membership (if applicable), and death date are also given.

The online description of the Eugene Rawson Post GAR records includes an alphabetical index of veterans' names appearing in the muster rolls. In addition to the volume and page number, the index gives the birthplace of each veteran and the company and regiment in which he served.


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