The South Windsor American Legion Post 133
has a long and treasured history.
Here is our story:
Abe E. Miller was born on Feb. 1, 1890 in Moscow, Russia.
He grew up in Tolland, CT and worked on his Uncle Louie Miller's farm in South Windsor CT.
He received his Draft Card on 5 May,1917.His card number was 966. He was a member of The CT National Guard .and served as a Private with F Company, 102nd Infantry Regiment in France during WWI.
He died July 21, 1918 while fighting in France. He is buried in Fere-en-Tarenois France in the Oise-Aisne American Cemetery Plot A, row 4, grave 24.
Our Post is named for this World War I Soldier.
Our post received its temporary Charter on September 27, 1933, and the permanent Charter on October 3, 1934.
Post Charter Members:
Clarence J. Rose, Edwin Graushinsky, D. P. Randall,
Frank L. Burton, Raymond A. Neff, Walter E. Stratton,
Arthur E. Starks, Alexander Chichy, Arthur J. Carney,
Herbert Rose, George Miller, Warren R. Thompson, Ephraim H. Cowles, Alfred Armstrong, George W. Rose, C. Clinton Benjamin