Colonel
   Augustus

   van Horne
   Ellis

      Camp 124

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Headquartered in
Goshen, NY


Serving: 
Rockland, Orange, Ulster, and Sullivan Counties.


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Monument to Col. Ellis and the 124th NYVI
Gettysburg Battlefield
Autumn 2002
(Before trees were removed to return Houck's Ridge  to it's 1863 appearance)

 

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Commander
James G. Meaney, PCC
3 Hamilton Avenue
Highland Mills, NY 10930
(845) 928-2452
jgmny1@gmail.com 
 


Sr. Vice Commander

Paul F. Ellis-Graham, PCC
16 Venderbilt Drive

Highland Mills, NY 10930
(845)
928-8945
pellisgr@mw.k12.ny.us

 


Jr. Vice Commander

Raymond T. Brown
Pox 269

Fort Montgomery, NY 10922
(845)
446-3504
RBrown5942@aol.com

 


Secretary/Treasurer

 
 
 
 
 

 
 


Patriotic Instructor

Jeffrey Albanese, PDC


Camp
Chaplain
Barry G. O'Neill



Color
Bearer
Warren McFarland



Camp Council

Donald R. McFarland


Camp Council

Francis S. Putnam
 


Camp Council

Barry T. Hawkins


Eagle Scout
Coordinator
 



Civil War
Memorials Officer
Bruce T. Crandall. PCC


Editor:
The Bugle Call

Jeffrey Albanese, PDC


Camp
Guard
Bruce T. CrandalL, PCC
 


Camp Counselor
Jeffrey Albanese, Esq., PDC
 


Camp
Guide
Raymond T. Brown
 


Civil War
Graves Registration Officer

Bruce T. CrandalL, PCC


Camp Historian
James MeaneY, PCC


Camp Musician
Bruce T. CrandalL, PCC

 

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Click Here to see the complete Ellis Camp 124
membership roster
    
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Click Here to find out how to join
The Colonel Augustus van Horne Ellis Camp 124

 

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Click Here to Find out More about Camp 124
Meetings and Activities
   
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Click The Links Below
To Learn About Some of Ellis Camp's Projects:

  • Repairing/Replacing General William H. Burnett's Gravestone Plaque in Goshen, NY

  • Restoring/Repairing The Lincoln Boulder
    Soldiers and Sailors Monument  in Nyack, NY

  • Bi-Annual Observance at the Site of the 1864
    Shohola Railroad Disaster

  • Placement of Historic Markers to Commemorate
    The Goshen, NY Home and Final Resting Place of
    Civil War Speaker and Activist Anna E. Dickinson
    Known as The American Civil War's Joan of Arc

  • Ceremony at the Warwick Cemetery at which a Plaque
    Was Placed to Honor the Men of the 124th NYVI's
    Company D - The Warwick Boys

  • Remembering General John Fremont - The Pathfinder
    at His Grave in Rockland County.

 



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Click Here
to Read or Download a Copy of
Ellis Camp 124's By-Laws  
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Click Here
to learn More about
The 124th NYVI - "The Orange Blossoms"

And Their Brave Colonel Augustus van Horne Ellis



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Click Here
to View Camp 124's Graves Register -
A Listings of Civil War Veterans Buried in Cemeteries
throughout Ellis Camp 124's Hudson Valley Region.



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Click Here
to go to the Department of New York's
Links page, in order to visit sites which present information
on Historic Units, Reenactment/Living History Units, and other sites related to New York in the Civil War.
    

Members of Ellis Camp 124 gather at the monument to the 124th NYVI,
The Orange Blossoms,
to lay a wreath on Memorial Day 2005.

Left to Right: George S. Miller, Jr., Barry O'Neill, Commander Paul F. Ellis-Graham, Gordon Mathsen,
Jeffrey Albanese, Michael S. Bennett, John Dickerson

 

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