Flusser GAR Post #33

Washington, NC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flusser GAR Post #33 was formed in Beaufort County in 1889. It was named for Lt. Cmdr. Charles W. Flusser. (?) Woolard served as the original Commander of the post, which met in Washington, NC. In 1890, the post had a membership of 13 members. The post continued to operate until at least 1909. John Dunn, John Gaylord, Joseph Field, Amos Hodges, James Bryant, and Miles Hill were the key leaders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following men have been identified as members of Flusser GAR POST #33 thus far:

 

Louey Barron 14th USCHA, Co. M

Henry Bryant

Cpl. John Dunn 35th USCI, Co. K

John Gaylord 35th USCI, Co. D

Fifer Levi Griffin 14th USCHA, Co. B (DOD 11/20/1890)

Cpl. Benjamin Harding 44th USCI, Co. A

William H. Harrison 35th USCI, Co. A

Miles Hill 35th USCI, Co. K

Ammon Hodges 14th USCHA, Co. B

Columbus Lawson 35th USCI, Co. F

Irwin Magee 35th USCI, Co. D

Mordecai A. Mitchell 37th USCI, Co. E (DOD 10/3/1890)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following men served as commanders of the post:

 

1889 - (?) Woolard

1890 - (?) Cherry (13 members)

1891 - Columbus Lawson

1892 - Columbus Lawson (14 members)

1893 - Louey Barron

1894 - Louey Barron (15 members)

1895 - John Gaylord (15 members)

1896 - John Gaylord (16 members)

1897 - John Gaylord (11 members)

1898 - John Dunn (16 members)

1899 - Irwin Magee (15 members)

1900 - Irwin Magee (15 members)

1901 - Louey Barron

1902 - Louey Barron

1903 - Louey Barron

1904 - Louey Barron

1905 - John Dunn

1906 - John Dunn

1907 - Columbus Lawson

1908 - Columbus Lawson

1909 - Columbus Lawson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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