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Photographic credit: Brady National Photographic Art Gallery (Washington, D.C.). Portrait of Pvt. Charles Mitchel, Company D, 107th New York Volunteers, ca. 1861-1865. The Grand Army of the Republic and Kindred Societies

Department of New Jersey: Post Names and Locations

Organized December 10, 1867

Post Location
1. Phil Kearny Newark
2. Thomas A. Sharp Millville
3. G. Van Houten Jersey City
4. James A. Garfield Newark
5. T. M. K. Lee, Jr. Camden
6. Jacob C. Shinn Port Norris
7. George G. Meade Passaic
8. Bayard Trenton
9. George W. Taylor Junction
10. Lyon Vineland
11. Lincoln Newark
12. Uzal Dodd Orange
13. Henry Wilson Jersey City
14. Ellsworth Town of Union
15. Kearney-Janeway New Brunswick
16. Parker Grubb Burlington
17. Custer Carlstadt
18. Segwick Hackettstown
19. John A. Dix Swedesboro
20. Major C. A. Angel Lambertville
21. Joseph R. Ridgway Beverly
22. Mansfield Bayonne
23. Aaron Wilkes Trenton
24. A. T. A. Torbert Morristown
25. Ulric Dahlgren Elizabeth
26. Gen. A. E. Shiras Mount Holly
27. W. F. Barry Rahway
28. Farragut Paterson
29. George H. Thomas Jersey City
30. Thomas R. Haines Princeton
31. General Howell Woodbury
32. Joe Hooker Atlantic City
33. Acton Penns Grove
34. Hexamer Newark
35. Chaplain Butler Paterson
36. Van Leer Gloucester City
37. Wm. B. Hatch Camden
38. Zabriskie Jersey City
39. Bartlett Caldwell
40. John Mecray Cape May City
41. C. K. Hall Asbury Park
42. A. L. Robeson Bridgeton
43. Major J. H. Dandy Perth Amboy
44. Charles S. Olden Metuchen
45. Washington Bordentown
46. James B. Morris Long Branch
47. Vredenburg Manasquan
48. Lambert Boeman Flemington
49. Thomas W. Eayre Vincentown
50. John G. Tolmie Phillipsburg
51. W. P. Robeson Camden
52. J. B. McPherson Hackensack
53. Thomas H. Davis Haddonfield
54. James McDavit Dover
55. Gen. Solcum Patterson
56. Thomas Hamilton Trenton
57. Craven Brook
58. William S. Pierson Bloomfield
59. A. E. Burnside Toms River
60. A. B. Bateman Cedarville
Post Location
61. Arrowsmith Red Bank
62. General Stahel Egg Harbor
63. Capt. Conover Freehold
64. Judson Kilpatrick Elizabeth
65. I. M. Tucker Newark
66. John F. Reynolds Washington
67. Robert Boggs New Brunswick
68. Gen. Russell Hammonton
69. Robert C. Johnson Salem
70. Burnett Burdsall Bridgeton
71. Col. Samuel Starr German Valley
72. Gen. Warren New Egypt
73. Winfield Scott Plainfield
74. Gen. Sumner Jamesburg
75. Gen. Wadsworth Somerville
76. Samuel Mills Clayton
77. Ryerson Tuckerton
78. P. V. Renssalaer Burlington
79. Frank Lloyd Old Bridge
80. Col. P. J. Parisen South Amboy
81. Major C. Woerner Hoboken
82. James S. Stratton Mullica Hill
83. J. G. Shackleton Keyport
84. Reno Lakewood
85. William C. Berry Woodbridge
86. John Hill Boonton
87. Elwood Arnold Point Pleasant
88. Marcus L. Ward Newark
89. Gen. Smythe Elmer
90. W. J. Steadham Yorktown
91. John Kernan Cape May Court House
92. John E. Beam Bloomingdale
93. Gen. Mott Rutherford
94. J. M. Wheeler Mont Clair
95. D. B. Birney Red Bank
96. Edward H. Wade Milburn
97. Captain Henry Belvidere
98. Captain Walker Branchville
99. Gen. McClellan Frenchtown
100. J. N. Van Buskirk Bayonne
101. Gabriel R. Paul Westwood
102. Gen. Logan Camden
103. Dwight Englewood
104. E. A. Stevens Hoboken
105. Maj. Gen. Hunter Princeton
106. Howard Fisler Williamstown
107. W. S. Hancock Hightstown
108. James M. Weart Hopewell
109. Major Anderson Plainfield
110. Phil Sheridan Newark
111. Capt. Griggs Newton
112. Simon Cameron Moorestown
113. John Murray Cape May City
114. Clinton B. Fisk Atlantic Highlands
115. Edgar Sherman Sparta
116. Chaplain Haines Deckertown
117. U. S. Grant Summit
118. Gen. Traux South Amboy
119. Andrew Calilaux Asbury Park
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