Jeremiah Hatch POST #241, G.A.R., Friendship, Allegany County, NY
(Chartered Oct. 28, 1881)
Jeremiah Hatch Post 241 - G.A.R. Civil War Monument
Mount Hope Cemetery
Photograph by Michael S. Bennett
Borrowed from Department of New York Monuments-Allegany County Page-
Captain Jeremiah Hatch, Co. F, 130th (later 1st NY Dragoons) NYSV. Born in 1820 in Vermont, son of Rev. War veteran; graduated from Middlebury College in 1840; after teaching in the South and other places, assumed charge of Friendship, NY, Academy 1849; Canal Collector at Oramel, NY, from 1855; joined law firm in Oramel; "Professor Hatch" enrolled Aug. 1862 as Captain; died of disease at Suffolk, Va. Dec. 21, 1862; buried in Maple Grove Cemetery in Friendship, NY.
(Member List being researched, future.)
Their badge was the official Grand Army of the Republic Medal which can be viewed along with history of the Organization at the website of "Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War".
The SUVCW is one of five Allied Orders of the GAR. The other four Orders are: Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War and Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
The website of "Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War" is: : http://www.suvcw.org
Other Website Pages in NY Department, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War: