Lyon Camp #10, Vineland, NJ        

       Sons of Union Veterans

      of the Civil War

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     Go to our Index Page for complete listing        

 

 

          Including the highly informative New Jersey G. A. R. Archives

 

                         Site last Update - July 24, 2016    ( New Post information)

 

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     Purpose of the SUVCW

        Perpetuate the memory of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and of the men who saved the Union in 1861 to 1865.

  Assist in every practicable way in the preservation and making available for research of documents and records  pertaining to the 

Grand Army of the Republic and its members. Cooperate in doing honor to all those who have patriotically served our country in any war.  

Teach patriotism and the duties of citizenship, the true history of our country, and the love and honor of our flag.  Oppose every tendency 

or movement that would weaken loyalty to, or make for the destruction or impairment of, our Constitutional Union, Inculcate 

and broadly sustain the American principles of representative government, of equal rights, and of impartial justice for all.  

We are dedicated to preserving the memory of the Grand Army of the Republic and that of its 

Soldier, Sailors, and Marines who saved the Union during the Civil War.

 

 

Lyon Camp has established a virtual archive of New Jersey Grand Army of the Republic information.  Please visit our link 

New Jersey G.A.R. Archive.  As a work in progress we are building individual pages for New Jersey's G.A.R. Posts.  As of  

now, we have information for over 3/4 of New Jersey's Posts, and we are continually compiling and up loading information as 

it becomes available.  Information available may include: post & monument photographs, post ribbons, full or partial membership 

rosters, membership photographs as available and other demographics.  This work is headed by our Secretary/Treasurer 

Robert Wilhelm, PCC.  The Archival information is slowly being placed on this web site by our web master and PDC, Buzz Smithcors.  

Anyone with questions or having information, pictures, etc. to help with our project is asked to please 

contact Robert Wilhelm .

Transcripts in the G.A.R. Archive

The GAR Archive has transcriptions of Lyon Post #10, New Jersey G.A.R. meeting minutes covering the period June 16, 1875 

through January 5, 1882.  The transcripts can be accessed from the Nathaniel Lyon Post page in the New Jersey G.A.R. Archive.

These files are under Lyon Post Minutes in the index.

 

Transcripts are in .PDF format and require Acrobat Reader for viewing.
 

 

    Go to our Index Page for complete listings

                                                                           

For more information about Lyon Camp #10, contact our commander.

Contact the Webmaster - Buzz Smithcors,   MemberSons of Veterans Reserve Past Camp Commander

      

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Material on this site ©Lyon Camp #10 SUVCW 2004.  Use of material from the New Jersey GAR Archive requires permission 

and credit to Lyon Camp #10.  All links to the New Jersey GAR Archive  must be made via Lyon camp site.

 

 

    

                                                                                                                                                                                                

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