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District of Columbia
My grandfather, Lyman Emery, served his full term of enlistment [in Co. A, 16th Infantry]. Upon receiving his honorable discharge moved to Charleston, Massachusetts and a few months later was given a prominent position in the Office of the Quartermaster General of the Army, at Washington D.C., and so he became a resident of the Nation's Capital in March 1864. (Marshal Emery Rose).