Champaign County, Ohio
Civil War Veterans Reunion, 1912
Jared Meacham Farm, Woodstock, OH
Back row: Mrs. Cowgill, Mrs. Laura Hess, Elias Hathaway, C.P. Lincoln, Joseph McAfee, John Smith, El Meacham, Charles Cushman, Mr. Bidwell, Mr. Turner, Mr. Yeazel, Mr. Koffenbarger, Bidwell's granddaughter, Bernice Meacham.
Third row: Claude Meacham, Mrs. Sessions, Mrs. Weatherhead, Mrs. Chamberlin, Mrs. Laura Smith, Mrs. Julia Cushman, Mrs. Pearl Smith, unknown, Mrs. Turner, unknown, Mrs. Craig, Jared Mecham.
Second row: Flossie White, Lizzie Meacham, George Clark, Betsy McAdow, Mrs. Thomas Owen, Mrs. Marcia Lincoln, Mrs. Yeazel, Mrs. Bidwell, Ella Davis, Mrs. Hathaway, Mrs. C.P. Lincoln, Mrs. Sommers, Helen Davis, unknown, Mrs Converse.
First row: Ancil Meacham, Ed Parsons, Orra Fairchild, Mr. Reynolds, Tom Owens, Adam Weatherhead, Mr. Craig, Dexter P. Smith, Mr. Sommers, Mr. Laird, Minard Sessions, Mr. Converse, Burl Meacham (little boy).
Harry Davis Post No. 212, Grand Army of the Republic, was organized at Woodstock, October 13, 1886, with the following charter members: John G. Hoisington, George Clark, J.S. Foster, S.A. McAdow, J.F. Hicks, M. Sessions, D.P. Smith, Eli Meacham, D.S. Galloway, C.A. Cushman, R. Swisher, John Owen, Adam Weather-head, Miles Standish, and D.G. Martin. The Post was named for Harry Davis, a first Lt. From this place, who was the first office from here to lose his life on a field of battle.