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628. *Arnell, David Reeve.  S. of Dr. David Reese and Mary (Morrison), b. Goshen, N. Y., Mch. 31, 1821.  M. A., Centre Coll., 1847.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Goshen, N. Y.  Taught Nashville, Tenn.  Author Fruit of Western Life.  D. Columbus, O., Jy. 15, 1852.

629. *Bardwell, Horatio Forbush.  S. of Rev. Horatio and Rachel (Forbush), b. Bombay, India, Ap. 14, 1819.  M. A., A. C., 1844.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Taught Union Acad., Canal Co., Md., 1840-46; studied law during this time; admitted to bar York Co., Penn., 1847; practised there, 1847-49; civil engineer, 1850-61; officer corps of engineers in Confederate army during Civil War; built railroads in the South, 18(?)-72; hotel-owner Burkeville, Va., 1872-.  D. Burkeville, Va., Je. 15, 1899.

Married (1) Aug., 1841, Jeanette M., da. of Daniel Rix, Royalton, Vt., who d. May, 1843; (2) Mch. 30, 1859, Louisa Henrie, da. of Samuel D. Burke, Prince Edward Co., Va., who d. Jan. 5, 1894.

630. *Barrows, George.  S. of Ezra and Bebee (Peck), b. Attleboro, May 12, 1815.  M. A., A. C., 1844; M. D., Berkshire Med. Coll., 1846; Hahnemann Med. Coll., Penn., 1852.

Prepared Pawtucket (R. I.) Acad. and at Manual Labor School, Oberlin, O.  R. in Ill., 1840-42; studied med. with Drs. Manchester and Barrows, Pawtucket, R. I., and attended lectures Pittsfield and Woodstock, Vt., 1842-46; Hahnemann Med. Coll., Philadelphia, Penn.; practised Taunton, 1846-78.  D. Taunton, Jan. 19, 1878.

Married Aug. 2, 1848, Jane Eliza, da. of Miles D. Wells, Otis.  3 ch.

631. *Barrows, William.  S. of William and Asenath (Osborne), b. New Braintree, S. 19, 1815.  D. D., A. C., 1867.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Taught in Va. and St. Louis, Mo., 1840-43; Union T. S., 1843-45; ordained Norton, S. 4. 1845; p. there, 1845-50; Grantville, 1850-55; Reading, 1856-69; sec. Cong. Pub. Soc., 1869-73; sec. Mass. H. M. S., 1873-80; a. p. New Braintree, 1881-85; financial agent Whitman Coll., Walla Walla, Wash., 1887-91; lecturer on prehistoric America and on colonial history of U. S.  Author Twelve Nights in a Hunter's Camp; The Indians' Side of the Indian Question; The United States of Yesterday and To-morrow; and many other historical and religious books and essays.  D. Cataumet, S. 9, 1891.

Married (1) Je. 7, 1845, Lucia Amanda, da. of Timothy Case, Worthington, who d. D. 6, 1847; (2) O. 24, 1849, Elizabeth Adams, da. of Meshec Cate, Pembroke, N. H.  6 ch.

632. *Batchelder, James Locke.  S. of Jeremiah Sanborn and Sarah (Fletcher), b. Newburyport, Jy. 19, 1816.  M. A., A. C., 1846.

Prepared privately.  Prin. Townshend (Vt.) Female Acad., 1840; classical and English teacher Livingston, Ala., 1840-44; taught Colored H. S. Cincinnati, O., Lebanon, O. and prin. Hamilton and Rossville, O. Female Acads., 1844-47; studied theology privately; licensed to preach by Baptist Ch., Amherst, Je. 23, 1844; never ordained; with Dr. W. H. Brisbane est. The Christian Politician, Cincinnati, O., 1844; ed. and proprietor Baptist Journal, Columbus, O., 1850-56; w. c. La Crosse, Wis., 1856-58; associate ed. Amer. Baptist, N. Y. City, 1858-59; w. c. La Crosse, Wis., 1859-62; ed. Daily Journal, Lafayette, Ind., 1862-64; publisher Chicago, Ill., 1864-71.  Author Address to Southern Baptists in behalf of Anti-Slavery Convention; The Genius of Edmund Burke, and many religious works.  D. Ravenswood, near Chicago, Ill., Ap. 4, 1909.

Married (1) S. 30, 1841, Rebecca Darington, da. of John Bradford, Livingston, Ala., who d. Je. 30, 1848; (2) Ap. 22, 1850, Margaret Pearson, da. of Robert Cloud, Columbus, O.  9 ch.

633. *Bowdoin, Elbridge Gridley.  S. of William and Louisa White (Gridley), b. So. Hadley Falls, F. 16, 1820.  M. A., A. C., 1843.

Prepared Westfield (Southampton) and Hadley Acads.  Taught Spencertown, N. Y., 1841; Milton, N. C., 1842-45; studied law with father and Henry Morris, Springfield; admitted to bar, May, 1847; practised with Edward Dickinson, Amherst, 1847-55; real estate business in Ia.; member Ia. Legislature, 1860-63; clerk Judiciary Committee House of Representatives, Washington, D. C., 1863-72; farmer and real estate dealer Rockford, Ia., 1872-93.  D. Rockford, Ia., Jan. 24, 1893.

634. *Campbell, Archibald Barrington.  S. of John and Mary (Robb), b. Philadelphia, Penn., Ap. 18, 1821.  M. A., A. C., 1846; M. D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1844.

Prepared Philadelphia; U. of Penn., 1836-38; A. C., 1838-40.  Arranged mineralogical collection of A. C. and assisted Prof. Hitchcock in geological survey of Mass.; studied med. Philadelphia, 18(?)-44; taught anatomy, 1844-46; Asst. Surgeon in regt. of Voltigeurs in Mexican war, 1847-48; Acting Asst. Surgeon, Fort Mifflin, Penn., 1848-53; Physician in Chief, Blockley Hospital, Philadelphia, 1853-57; went to Russia as surgeon of Amer. Submarine Exploring Co., 1857; visited principal European hospitals; practised Philadelphia; Surgeon U. S. A., 1861-65; mining in Ariz.; Asst. Surgeon U. S. A., 1867-78; served in Dak. and Mont., 1867-73; Chicago, Ill., 1873; in Tex., mainly at Ringgold Barracks, 1873-78.  D. Chicago, Ill., S. 1, 1878.

Married (1) 1846, ------, who d. 1854; (2) N. 8, 1864, Augusta R., da. of Henry D. Scott, Memphis, Tenn.  Ch. Augusta Isabella.

635. *Clark, Sumner.  S. of Isaac and Tabitha (Stearns), b. Framingham, O. 4, 1812.

Prepared Leicester Acad.  Andover T. S., 1840-41; Bangor T. S., 1841-43; ordained, Jan. 1, 1845; s. s. Unity, Me., 1843-49; Pittston, Me., 1849-51; p. E. Marshfield, 1851-54; s. s. Eastford, Conn., 1855-56; Wolfeboro, N. H., 1856-59; Rochester, 1860-61; w. c. So. Natick, 1861-64; s. s. Wolfeboro, 1864-68; Eastford, Conn., 1868-72; a. p. Wakefield, N. H., 1872-75; w. c. Wolfeboro, N. H., 1875-87; supt. of schools there.  D. Wolfeboro, N. H., D. 20, 1887.

Married (1) Mch. 4, 1845, Frances S., da. of Josiah Lane, Searsport, Me., who d. D. 30, 1853; (2) May 30, 1872, Cornelia, da. of Daniel Brewster, Wolfeboro, N. H., who d. Mch. 28, 1885.  2 ch.

636. *Crockett, George Kimball.  S. of George Washington and Ruth Waldron (Kimball), b. Boston, N. 5, 1819.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Boston Latin School.  Studied law with Seth Ames, Lowell, Charles G. Loring, Boston, John Appleton, Alfred, Me. and at Harvard Law School; admitted to bar, 1843; practised Boston, 1843-54; r. there; Springfield, 1875-79.  D. Springfield, Jan. 4, 1879.

Married O. 17, 1854, Sara Learned, da. of Parker L. Hall, Pittsfield.  Bro. Samuel L. (A. C. ex 1844).

637. *Cushman, George Francis.  S. of Apollos and Anna Maria (Barton), b. Pawtucket, R. I., F. 24, 1819.  M. A., Brown, 1846; D. D., U. of Ala., 1860.

Prepared Pawtucket (R. I.) Acad.  Taught Macon, Ala., 1844; studied theology Tuscaloosa, Ala., 1847-49; ordained deacon Prot. Episcopal Ch. there, May 13, 1849; priest, 1850; miss'y Enfanta, Oswichee and Auburn, Ala., 2 yrs.; Cahaba, Ala., 13 yrs.; Pawtucket, R. I., 2 yrs.; Sycamore, Ill., 4 yrs.; Princeton, Ill., 5 yrs.; Chicago, Ill., 1874-81; asst. rector N. Y. City; associate ed. The Province, 1874-78; The Living Church, 1878-90.  D. Brooklyn, N. Y., Je. 26, 1890.

638. *Cutler, Joseph.  S. of Christopher Gore and Mary (Thompson), b. Sudbury, D. 9, 1815.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Studied law with Ira M. Barton, Worcester, 2 yrs.; Harvard Law School, 1842; admitted to bar Worcester, Jan., 1843; practised Boston, 1843-85.  Author Insolvent Laws of Mass. with notes of Decisions.  D. Cambridge, Je. 29, 1885.

Married Ap. 9, 1846, Sarah Ann, da. of John Warland, Cambridge, who d. N. 1, 1874.  5 ch.

639. *Delano, Charles.  S. of Gideon and Betsey (Brimhall), b. New Braintree, Je. 24, 1820.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Studied law with O. S. Baker, Amherst, 1840-42; admitted to bar, Ap., 1842; practised Amherst, 1842-47; Northampton, 1847-83.  Treasurer Hampshire County, 1850-59; member of Congress, 1859-63; president bd. of trustees of Smith Charities, 1848; trustee Clarke Institute, 1877-83; counsel for state for Troy & Greenfield R. R. and Hoosac Tunnel, 1878-83.  D. Northampton, Jan. 23, 1883.

Married S. 12, 1848, Sarah B., da. of Dr. Timothy J. Gridley, Amherst.  Ch. Charles G. (A. C. ex 1871); Winthrop; Sarah.  Bro. John A. (A. C. 1836).

640. *Everett, Joel Sumner.  S. of Jacob and Mary (Fish), b. Halifax, Vt., Aug. 28, 1813.  M. A., A. C., 1843.

Prepared Manchester, N. H. and W. Brattleboro, Vt.  Andover T. S., 1841-44; ordained Southbridge, F., 1845; miss'y Smyrna, Asia Minor, 1845-47; Constantinople, Turkey, 1847-56.  D. Bebek, Turkey, Mch. 7, 1856.

Married F. 12, 1845, Seraphina, da. of Henry Haynes, Southbridge.  6 ch.  Eleanor (m. Alonzo S. Kimball, A. C. 1866).

641. *Fisk, Pliny.  S. of Ebenezer and Hannah (Tirrill), b. Shelburne, Jy. 31, 1817.

Prepared Fellenburg Acad., Greenfield.  Taught public schools Greenfield, 1840-42; prin. Goodale Acad., Bernardston, 1842-58; farmer Shelburne, 1861-72.  Member Mass. Legislature, 1850.  D. Shelburne, D. 12, 1872.

Married Aug. 29, 1842, Orrilla H., da. of Abner Peck, Shelburne.  4 ch.  Pliny [Fiske] (A. C. 1885).  [Seems to be brother of Daniel T. Fiske (A. C. 1842).]

642. *Fiske, Warren Cooley.  S. of Stephen and Lucina (Thompson), b. Wales, S. 21, 1816.

Prepared Monson Acad.  Hartford T. S., 1842-45; ordained E. Haddam, Conn., May 19, 1847; home miss'y in Wis., 1847-50; p. Marlboro, Conn., 1850-57; Canton, Conn., 1858-61; w. c. there, 1861-63; E. Haddam, Conn., 1863-66; Colchester, Conn., 1866-69; a. p. Barkhamsted, Conn., 1 yr.; Wolcott, Conn., 1869-72; w. c. Charlton, 1872-84; Southington, Conn., 1884-87.  D. Southington, Conn., Ap. 17, 1887.

Married May 19, 1847, Harriet M., da. of Isaac Parsons, E. Haddam, Conn.  4 ch.

643. *Foster, Andrew Butler.  S. of Andrew Butler and Clarissa (Davenport), b. Brookline, D. 6, 1819.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Andover T. S. and Hartford T. S., 1840-43; ordained Orford, N. H., Je. 26, 1844; p. there, 1844-47; Petersham, 1853-55; s. s. Westminster, Vt.; Orange; druggist there, 1870-89.  D. Orange, F. 25, 1891.

Married O. 3, 1843, Irene C., da. of Moses D. Cooley, Amherst, who d. Aug. 12, 1884.  2 ch.

644. *Gardner, John Sewall.  S. of John and Mary (Gardner), b. Hallowell, Me., May 16, 1818.  M. A., A. C., 1843; M. D., Columbia, 1844.

Prepared Hallowell (Me.) Acad.; Colby, 1836-39; A. C., 1839-40.  Studied med. Philadelphia, Penn. and N. Y. City, 1841-44; practised N. Y. City, 1844-45; Gardner, Me., 1845-46.  D. in South, N., 1846.

645. *Goddard, Samuel Bridge Ingersoll.  S. of Parley and Sarah (Crosby), b. Shrewsbury, S. 5, 1822.

Prepared Worcester Latin School.  Studied law with Isaac Davis and Fred W. Gale, Worcester; admitted to bar Worcester, S., 1843; practised there, 1843-92.  D. Worcester, O. 11, 1892.

646. *Hammond, William Blankenship.  S. of Wilson and Harriet (Blankenship), b. Fairhaven, Je. 5, 1812.

Prepared Bangor (Me.) Classical Institute.  Andover T. S., 1840-43; s. s. Canton, 1843-44; ordained there, Je. 5, 1844; p. there, 1844-49; So. Braintree, 1849-56; agent Mass. S. S. Soc. in Ia., 1856; s. s. Morrisville, N. Y., 1856-63; Quality Hill, Lenox, N. Y., 1863-70; p. 1st Cong. Ch. New Bedford, 1870-78; w. c. Rome, N. Y., 1878-1900.  D. Rome, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1900.

Married Mch. 18, 1844, Louise Maria, da. of Julius Pond, Clinton, N. Y., who d. Je. 24, 1880.  3 s., 1 da.

647. *Jackson, Alexander.  S. of Isaac and Sally (Thomas), b. Winthrop, May 18, 1819.  M. A., A. C., 1843; M. D., Harvard, 1843.

Prepared Boston Latin School.  Harvard Med. School; practised Plymouth, 1843-90; r. Boston, 1890-1901.  D. Boston, D. 12, 1901.

Married Je. 14, 1849, Cornelia A., da. of Nathaniel Reeves, Wayland, who d. D. 2, 1892.  3 s.

648. *Jewett, George Baker.  S. of Paul and Eleanor (Punchard), b. Lebanon, Me., S. 11, 1818.  M. A., A. C., 1843; D. D., A. C., 1871.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Salem Latin Grammar School; A. C., 1837-40.  Andover T. S., 1840-42; tutor A. C., 1842-44; taught private schools Salem and Lowell, 1844-50; prof. of Latin and modern languages A. C., 1850-54; ordained Nashua, N. H., May 24, 1855; p. 1st Cong. Ch. there, 1854-56; r. Salem, 1856-86.  Supt. Salem Artificial Leg Co., 1863-71.  Author several religious works.  D. Salem, Je. 9, 1886.

Married May 19, 1845, Mary Jennison, da. of Henry Whipple, Salem.  1 ch.

649. *Leland, John Henry Martin.  S. of John and Lydia (Leland), b. Amherst, Jan. 25, 1821.  M. A., A. C., 1844.

Prepared Amherst Acad.  Andover T. S., 1842-45; ordained, O. 13, 1847; p. So. Royalston, 1847-49; Bethel, Me., 1850-53; Huntington, 1853-55; s. s. Thorndike (Palmer), 1855-58; w. c. Amherst, 1858-93.  D. Amherst, D. 16, 1893.

Married O. 8, 1845, Eliza T., da. of Joseph P. Leland, Sherborn.  4 ch.

650. *Lord, George Robert.  S. of Nathaniel and Eunice (Kimball), b. Ipswich, D. 16, 1817.  M. A., A. C., 1843.

Prepared Pinkerton Acad., Derry, N. H.  Studied law with Otis P. Lord, 1845-48; admitted to bar, S., 1848; practised Ipswich and Salem; register of probate for Essex Co., 1853-55; asst. clerk of the courts of Essex Co., 1867-91.  D. Salem, D. 25, 1891.

Married O. 17, 1850, Mary, da. of Joseph Marshall, Ipswich.  5 ch.  [Seems to be brother of Otis P. (A. C. 1832), probably the same person listed above.]

651. *Merrick, George Hayes.  S. of Noah and Statira (Hays), b. Wilbraham, Jy. 21, 1821.

Prepared Wesleyan Acad., Wilbraham.  D. Wilbraham, Jan. 7, 1841.

652. *Miller, Simeon.  S. of Daniel and Parmela (Jones), b. Ludlow, Mch. 20, 1815.

Prepared with Rev. David R. Austin, Ludlow, Rev. B. F. Clark, Buckland and at Hopkins Acad., Hadley.  Andover T. S., 1841-44; s. s. Ireland parish, Holyoke, 1844-46; ordained there, May 7, 1846; p. there, 1846-70; s. s. So. Deerfield, 1870-72; w. c. Springfield, 1872-76; a. p. Andover, Conn., 1876-82; r. Springfield, 1890-98.  D. Springfield, Mch. 29, 1898.

Married (1) S. 11, 1849, Charlotte A., da. of Noble Ewing, Philadelphia, Penn., who d. O. 29, 1851; (2) Jan. 3, 1860, Lucretia W., da. of Ezra Lamb, Phillipston, who d. Mch. 17, 1882.  6 ch.

653. *Murphy, Thomas Grier.  S. of Samuel and Nancy (Vail), b. Kent Co., Del., Mch. 26, 1817.  M. A., A. C., 1847.

Prepared Newark, Del., Andover and Amherst Acads.  Princeton T. S., 1840-43; s. s. Dover, Del., 1843-44; ordained there, Jy. 24, 1844; p. there, 1844-61; chaplain 1st Regt. Del. Vols., 1861-65; miss'y to freedmen, r. Amelia Court House, Va., 1866-77.  Author Four Years of the War.  D. Dover, Del., Jan. 9, 1878.

Married Jy. 31, 1844, Elizabeth Walker, da. of Thompson Kimberly, Amherst.  7 ch.

654. *Newman, Samuel.  S. of Samuel and Phoebe (Hale), b. Newbury, S. 3, 1815.

Prepared Dummer Acad., Byfield.  Harvard Law School, 1840-41; studied law with George Lunt, Newburyport and Mr. Gray, Boston; admitted to bar, 1842; practised Newburyport, 1842-45; farmer Newbury; merchant San Francisco, Cal., about 1850; Portland, Ore., 1853-63; Denver, Col., 1874-76.  D. Newburyport, O. 11, 1879.

655. *Norton, Thomas Snell.  S. of Allen and Mehitable (Snell), b. New Braintree, N. 25, 1813.

Prepared Hadley Acad.  Studied Hartford T. S.; s. s. Sullivan, N. H., 1844-46; ordained there, F. 4, 1846; p. there, 1846-58; a. p. Dover, 1858-68; Northbridge, 1869-72; Beechwood (Cohasset), 1873-75; Prescott, 1875-81; w. c. Dover, 1881-91.  D. Dover, Mch. 14, 1891.

Married (1) S. 8, 1842, Julia Ann, da. of Gideon Cooley, Conway, who d. Mch. 31, 1876; (2) Mch. 27, 1877, Mrs. Louise Holt, da. of Alvah Holt, Hartford, Conn.  4 ch.

656. *Perkins, Ariel Ebenezer Parish.  S. of Rev. Ebenezer and Amelia (Parish), b. Royalston, O. 11, 1820.  D. D., Williams, 1870.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Andover T. S., 1 yr.; studied with father, 1 yr.; taught acad. Keene, N. H., studied there with Rev. Z. L. Barstow, 2 yrs.; ordained Phillipston, S. 18, 1844, p. there, 1844-55; Ware, 1855-84; w. c. Worcester, 1885-99.  D. Worcester, Je. 27, 1899.

Married (1) S. 25, 1850, Emily, da. of Samuel A. Pearson, Hanover, N. H., who d. N. 11, 1854; (2) F. 19, 1856, Susan O., da. of Henry Poor, Peabody.  8 ch.  Bro. Benjamin C. (A. C. ex 1848).  [Also seems to be brother of Daniel C. (A. C. ex 1849).]

657. *Pitkin, Frederic Hyde.  S. of Osmyn and Emily (Norton), b. E. Hartford, Conn., Ap. 13, 1820.

Prepared E. Hartford (Conn.) Acad.; U. of Vt., 1836-37; A. C., 1837-40.  Taught, 1840-42; Hartford T. S., 1842-45; ordained E. Hartford, Conn., S. 4, 1845; home miss'y Delavan, Wis., 1845-47.  D. Delavan, Wis., Ap. 26, 1847.

Married S. 9, 1845, Catharine A., da. of John Porter, Somerville, N. J.  1 da.

658. *Pratt, Francis Greenleaf.  S. of Greenleaf and Lucy (Edson), b. Middleboro, Jan. 30, 1821.  M. A., A. C., 1843.

Prepared Bridgewater and Amherst Acads.  Master Grammar School New Bedford, 1840-41; prin. Bridgewater Acad., 1841-43; Union T. S., 1843-45; Andover T. S., 1845-46; resident licentiate there, 1 yr.; ordained So. Malden (Everett), O. 19, 1849; p. Winthrop Ch. there, 1849-57; s. s. Peacedale, R. I., 1858; w. c. Middleboro, 1858-91.  D. Middleboro, Aug. 17, 1891.

Married S. 8, 1846, Charlotte, da. of Zechariah Eddy, Middleboro.  4 ch.

659. *Pratt, Horace.  S. of Jonathan and Sarah (Beckford), b. Providence, R. I., Ap. 11, 1815.

Prepared Westminster Acad.; A. C., 1835-40; absent 1 yr.  Bangor T. S., 3 yrs.; ordained Phippsburg, Me., Mch. 28, 1849; home miss'y there; Falmouth; Dighton; Orfordville, N. H.; Plainfield, Vt., short supplies Providence, R. I.; Seekonk; Colebrook, N. H.; Norway Centre, Me.; r. Northfield, Vt., 1891-1901; Barre, Vt., 1901-02.  D. Barre, Vt., Jan. 22, 1902.

Married Mch. 21, 1859, Mary T., da. of Hazen Chamberlain, Colebrook, N. H., who d. S. 6, 1900.  2 s., 1 da.

660. *Sanborne, Pliny Fisk.  S. of Peter and Martha (Wakefield), b. Reading, O. 25, 1820.

Prepared Reading Acad.  Taught acad. So. Egremont, 1840-41; Hartford T. S., 1841-44; s. s. So. Reading, 1844-45; ordained E. Granby, Conn., Ap. 29, 1846; p. there, 1846-53; Nunda, N. Y., 1853-57; W. Bloomfield, N. Y., 1857-69; a. p. Presb. Ch. Springfield, N. Y., 1869-84; Otego, N. Y., 1884-90; w. c. Elmira, N. Y.  Served with Christian Commission, 1864.  D. Elmira, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1894.

Married May 20, 1846, Caroline S., da. of Chester Goodale, So. Egremont.  10 ch.  Bro. George E. (A. C. 1853).

661. *Smith, Jacob Oscar.  S. of Justus and Fanny (Chipman), b. Franklin, O., N. 12, 1821.

Prepared Potsdam (N. Y.) Acad.; A. C., 1837-40.  Taught and studied law with Judge Stephens, Madison, Ind.  D. Madison, Ind., S. 25, 1841.

662. *Snell, William.  S. of Thomas and Susanna (Allen), b. Ware, May 4, 1817.

Prepared Hopkins Acad., Hadley.  In book business Newburyport, 6 yrs.; photographer Salem, 15 yrs.; Chester, Penn., 7 yrs.; soliciting agent The Puritan, some yrs.; newspaper correspondent Washington, D. C., 1865; taught Palmer; photographer N. Y. City, some time; r. Ware, 1 yr.; N. Y. City, 18(?)-1904.  D. N. Y. City, Jan. 17, 1904.

Married Je. 26, 1849, Helen M., da. of Rev. Edwin N. Stone, Providence, R. I.  5 ch.  Bro. Ebenezer (A. C. ex 1840).

663. *Spofford, Henry Martyn.  S. of Luke Ainsworth and Grata Matilda (Rand), b. Gilmanton, N. H., S. 8, 1821.  M. A., A. C., 1843; LL. D., A. C., 1877.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Merrimac Acad., Groveland.  Associate prin. Young Ladies' Sem., Savannah, Ga., 1 yr.; tutor A. C., 1842-44; taught acad. while studying law Minden, La.; admitted to bar Monroe, La., O., 1846; practised Minden, La., 1 yr.; Shreveport, La., 1847-53; Associate Judge of Supreme Court of La., 1854-58; practised New Orleans, La., 1858-80; spent much time in Pulaski, Tenn., 1870-.  D. Red Sulphur Springs, W. Va., Aug. 20, 1880.

Married Jan. 7, 1861, Ophelia, da. of Thomas Martin, Pulaski, Tenn.  3 ch.  Bro. Richard C. (A. C. 1839).

664. *Sprague, Elisha Rodolphus.  S. of Elisha L. and Clarissa (Day), b. Killingly, Conn., F. 14, 1817.

Prepared Plainfield (Conn.) Acad.  Prin. Denton (Md.) Acad. while studying law with James L. Bartol, 2 yrs.; admitted to bar, 1843; practised Denton, Md., 1843-45; Baltimore, Md., 1845-67.  D. Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jy. 23, 1867.

Married May 1, 1845, Alida Margaret, da. of Pierre Cherbonnier, New Orleans, La., who d. May 4, 1864.  Ch. Rodolph C.; Emile S.

665. *Stratton, John Herrick.  S. of Lemuel, b. Bradford, N. H., N. 25, 1813.

Andover T. S., 1840-43; ordained Ap. 17, 1844; a. p. Pittston, Me., 1844-48; s. s. Erving, 1849-50; w. c. there, 1850-51.  D. Erving, Ap. 26, 1851.

666. *Terry, Calvin.  S. of Solomon and Margaret (Pease), b. Enfield, Conn., F. 3, 1817.  M. A., A. C., 1844.

Prepared with sister Sarah and at Southampton Acad.  Hartford T. S., 1840-43; s. s. Tariffville, Conn., 1 yr.; Hartford, Wethersfield and Danielsonville, Conn., Chicopee Falls, 3 mos. each; ordained Griswold, Conn., D. 26, 1846; p. there, 1846-51; No. Weymouth, 1852-57; home miss'y Boston, 7 yrs.; a. p. Haverhill, 1869-75; w. c. No. Weymouth, 1875; a. p. Hampton, Conn., 1882-83; Edgartown, 1884.  Author Commentary on Genesis; Essay on Capital Punishment.  D. Quincy, D. 10, 1900.

Married F. 25, 1846, Mary E., da. of John Brooks, Salem.  10 ch.  John C. (A. C. 1867); Lyman J. (A. C. 1884).  Bro. James P. (A. C. 1834).

667. *Tuck, Jeremy Webster.  S. of Jonathan and Dorothy (Webster), b. Kensington, N. H., O. 8, 1811.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Andover T. S., 1840-41; Hartford T. S., 1841-43; ordained Ludlow, S. 6, 1843; p. there, 1843-59; a. p. 1st Ch. Palmer, 1860-66; p. Jewett City, Conn., 1866-76; 3rd Cong. Ch. Middletown, Conn., 1876-82; w. c. there, 1882-89; Springfield, 1889-92.  Author Letters of Transcontinental Travel.  D. Springfield, F. 25, 1892.

Married (1) S. 4, 1843, Irene M., da. of Spencer Moody, So. Hadley, who d. Aug. 28, 1844; (2) N. 4, 1845, Ann R., da. of Samuel Mowry, Norwich, Conn.  3 s., 4 da.

668. *Tuthill, Franklin.  S. of Nathaniel and Clarissa (Miller), b. Greenport, L. I., Ap. 3, 1822.  M. A., A. C., 1847; M. D., U. of City of N. Y., 1844.

Prepared Cambridge, Eng.  Studied med. N. Y. City; practised Southold, L. I., 1844-51; N. Y. City; on editorial staff N. Y. Times; one of editors and proprietors San Francisco, Cal. Evening Bulletin, 1859-65.  Member N. Y. Legislature, 2 terms.  Author History of California.  D. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1865.

Married Jy. 7, 1847, Emma H., da. of Salter Horton, Southold, L. I.  2 ch.  Bro. George M. (A. C. 1839).

669. *Vaill, Thomas Scott.  S. of Rev. William F. and Asenath (Selden), b. No. Guilford, Conn., Mch. 18, 1817.  M. A., A. C., 1844.

Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1835-40.  Hartford T. S., 1840-43; ordained Millersbury, Ill., Ap. 20, 1844; p. Mercer Co., Ill., 1843-48; Knoxville, Ill., 1848-63; s. s. Newton, Ia., 1863-67; Stark Co., Ill., 1867-70; Quincy, Ill., 1870-71; Lacon, Ill., 1871-74; p. Beatrice, Neb., 1874-77; w. c. there, 1877-92.  D. Beatrice, Neb., D. 27, 1892.

Married Aug. 1, 1844, Elizabeth Selden, da. of Elijah Comstock, Hadlyme, Conn.  7 ch.

670. *Watson, Edward Flint.  S. of Samuel and Sally (Vickery), b. Cherry Valley (Leicester), N. 29, 1818.  M. A., A. C., 1843.

Prepared Leicester Acad.  Taught English and Classical School, Oak Grove, Chesterfield Co., Va., 1840-43; Mt. Cliry and Ellington, Hanover Co., Va., 1843-45.  D. Leicester, Ap. 14, 1845.

671. *Williams, George Milton.  S. of Richard Farr and Mary (Miller), b. Savannah, Ga., N., 1819.  M. D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1847.

Prepared Classical and English School, E. Hartford, Conn.  Studied med. Philadelphia, Penn.; practised and taught Waynesboro, Ga.  D. White Bluff, near Savannah, Ga., O. 19, 1848.


*Allen, John Boyd.  S. of Simeon and Eliza (Boyd), b. Sturbridge, O. 12, 1813.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1836; grad. Union, 1840.  Union T. S., 1840-41; Hartford T. S., 1841-43; ordained Mch., 1846; s. s. Covington, Penn., 1845-50; p. Gustavus, O., 1850-56; Brooklyn, O., 1856-67; w. c. Cleveland, O., 1867-70; s. s. Clinton, Mo., 1870-73.  D. D. 1, 1893.
*Arms, Josiah Lyman.  S. of Josiah Lyman and Mary (Trask), b. New Salem, Jan. 22, 1811.  Prepared Leicester Acad.; A. C., 1836.  Studied theology with Rev. Mr. Blake, Taunton; licensed by Mendon Assoc., 1845; ordained Plymouth, Je., 1846; p. there, 1846-.
*Batchelor, Leonard.  S. of Jonas and Rebecca (Crosman), b. Sutton, Mch. 18, 1810.  Prepared Franklin (Penn.) Acad.; A. C., 1836-38; grad. U. of City of N. Y., 1840.
*Brown, David F.  S. of William J., b. about 1818.  Registered from Greenport, L. I.  A. C., 1836.
*Bullard, Jonathan.  S. of Jonathan and Polly (Whiting), b. Holliston, Aug. 26, 1816.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1836.  Merchant Holliston.  D. in Ia., 1878.
*Chase, Lewson.  S. of Silas, b. about 1814.  Registered from Millbury.  A. C., 1836-38.
*Congdon, Timothy Peckham.  S. of Joseph and Elizabeth Ann (Peckham), b. So. Kingston, R. I., May 20, 1815.  Prepared Franklinville Acad.; A. C., 1836-37.  Taught Sag Harbor and Shelter Is., N. Y.
*Corning, George W.  Registered from Phildelphia, Penn.  A. C., 1836-37.
*Cowles, Henry.  S. of Moses, b. Amherst, Aug. 8, 1815.  A. C., 1836-38.  Grad. Harvard Med. Coll., 1843; practised Saxonville.  D. 1892.
*Danforth, George Franklin.  S. of Isaac, b. Boston, Jy. 5, 1819.  A. C., 1836-37; grad. Union, 1840.  Practised law Rochester, N. Y.; associate judge, Court of Appeals, N. Y., 1879-.
*Dowst, Nathaniel Perry.  S. of Samuel and Hannah (Goss), b. Salem, 1814.  A. C., 1836.  Practised law Waukegan, Ill., probate judge, 12 yrs.  Ed. Southport (Kenosha) American; Lake Co. Ill. Herald, Waukegan, Ill.  D. Jan. 2, 1854.
*Drury, Leander Muzzy.  S. of Abel and Abigail (Muzzy), b. Sangerfield, N. Y., Je. 16, 1818.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared Genesee (N. Y.) Wesleyan Sem.; A. C., 1836-39.  Practised law Canandaigua, N. Y.; Dept. of Interior, Washington, D. C., 1861-64; pension agent Canandaigua, N. Y., 1864-79.  D. Canandaigua, N. Y., 1898.
*Duncan, William.  S. of William, b. Paxton, D. 14, 1812.  A. C., 1836-37.  In business No. Brookfield.  D. No. Brookfield, Ap. 24, 1873.
*Fanning, James.  S. of Israel, b. Riverhead, N. Y., O. 28, 1815.  A. C., 1836; grad. Union, 1840.  Union T. S., 1841-42; taught and prin. Mt. Washington Collegiate Acad., N. Y. City, 1843-63.  D. N. Y. City, Mch. 9, 1863.
*Fisher, Aaron Crosby.  S. of Simon and Mary (Crosby), b. Newfane, Vt., about 1820.  Prepared Chester (Vt.) Acad.; A. C., 1836-40.  Studied law; admitted to bar Sunbury, Penn., Jan., 1844; prin. Mifflinburg (Penn.) Acad.  D. Mifflinburg, Penn., May 16, 1855.
*Giddings, John T.  S. of Cyril, b. about 1825.  Registered from Brooklyn, Penn.  A. C., 1836.
*Gillmur, David.  S. of David and Mary (Moore), b. Ware, Jy. 28, 1814.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1836.  Optician N. Y. City.
*Holmes, John Summers.  S. of Sylvester and Esther (Holmes), b. New Bedford, F. 2, 1812.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1847.  A. C., 1836-38; Brown, 1838-39.  Studied law with Rufus Choate; grad. Andover T. S., 1846; p. Boston and Philadelphia, Penn., 1846-49; practised law Boston, 1850-92.  Member Mass. House of Representatives, 1854.  D. Boston, May 14, 1892.
*Homes, William.  S. of Henry and Isabella (Porter), b. Boston, F. 6, 1820.  A. C., 1836; grad. Ill. Coll., Jacksonville, Ill., 1840.  Lane T. S., 1843; Presb. p. St. Louis, Mo.; associate ed. St. Louis Republican, 1856; lawyer and attorney O. & Mo. R. R. Co., 1858.  D. New Haven, Conn., Jan. 19, 1869.
*Hudson, Nathaniel.  S. of Joseph and Mehitable (Fanning), b. Franklinville, L. I., May 11, 1820.  M. A., U. of City of N. Y., 1845.  Prepared Franklinville (L. I.) Acad.; A. C., 1836-37; grad. U. of City of N. Y., 1842.  Taught classical school N. Y. City, several yrs.; studied Med. Coll. Paris, 1848; practised N. Y. City and San Francisco, Cal., short time; in Ore., 30 yrs.; prin. and prof. Collegiate Institute, Bethel and Monmouth, Ore.  Asst. Surgeon, Army of the Pacific, during Civil War.
*Kent, Lorenzo.  S. of Jonathan, b. about 1812.  Registered from Hampstead, N. H.  A. C., 1836-38.
*Lane, James Bachelder.  S. of John, b. Marlboro, Jy. 29, 1818.  A. C., 1836-38; grad. Dartmouth, 1841.  Taught, 1841-43; apothecary Fitchburg, 1843-67.  D. Jy. 27, 1867.
*Masters, Francis Roberts.  S. of Thomas, b. N. Y. City, Jy. 27, 1819.  D. D., Union, 1867.  A. C., 1836-37; Yale, 1837-40.  Princeton T. S., 1854; p. Matteawan, N. Y.  D. Matteawan, N. Y., May 6, 1874.
*Pomeroy, Samuel Clarke.  S. of Samuel, b. Southampton, Jan. 3, 1816.  A. C., 1836.  Member Mass. Legislature, 1853; aided in organizing and financial agent of the N. E. Emigration Aid Soc., 1854; conducted colony to Kans., 1854; member Territorial Defence Com.; chairman Relief Com. during the Kans. famine; delegate to Republican National Convention, 1856, 1860; member U. S. Senate from Kans., 1861-73.
*Pond, Preston.  S. of Preston, b. Wrentham, F. 14, 1818.  A. C., 1836-37; grad. Bowdoin, 1840.  Bangor T. S., 1843; p. Milford; Boston, 1852-53.  D. Aug. 5, 1853.
*Porter, William.  S. of William and Keziah (Washburn), b. Lyme, N. H., O. 31, 1814.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad., Meriden, N. H.; A. C., 1836-37; Dartmouth, 1840.  Andover T. S., 1845; ordained as Presb., Ap., 1846; teacher and miss'y A. H. M. S., St. Francisville, Mo., 1845-54; a. p. Port Byron, Ill., 1854-59; Granville, Ill., 1859-64; ed. Journal of Agriculture, St. Louis, Mo., 1864-72; farmer Los Angeles, Cal., 1872-78; Westminster, Cal., 1878.  D. Los Angeles, Cal., Jy. 10, 1905.
*Shumway, Horatio G.  S. of Derby, b. about 1817.  Registered from No. Granville, N. Y.  A. C., 1836; grad. Union, 1840.  Practised law Chicago, Ill.  D. 1862.
*Smyth, James.  S. of James, b. about 1818.  Registered from Philadelphia, Penn.  A. C., 1836.
*Snell, Ebenezer.  S. of Thomas and Susanna (Allen), b. Ware, F. 14, 1814.  A. C., 1836-39.  D. while a student A. C., O., 1839.  Bro. William (A. C. 1840).
*Thayer, Asahel Elbridge.  S. of Asahel and Mary (Cannon), b. Amherst, O. 22, 1821.  A. C., 1836-38.  Studied med.  D. Chatham, Ill., O. 2, 1842.
*Thayer, William Stephens.  S. of Stephen H. and Olive (Gerald), b. Boston, Jan. 3, 1818.  Prepared Amherst Acad.; A. C., 1836-38.  Practised law Rochester, N. Y.; librarian of City Library, Rochester, N. Y.  D. Rochester, N. Y., S. 3, 1854.
*Titcomb, William K.  S. of Michael, b. about 1818.  Registered from Newburyport.  A. C., 1836-38.  Studied theology; clergyman Prot. Episcopal Ch.; practised law Chicago, Ill.  D. St. Louis, Mo., 1849.
*Wheaton, Henry Stewart.  B. about 1819.  Registered from Wrentham.  A. C., 1836-37; grad. Brown, 1841.  D. 1862.
*Whipple, Amiel W.  S. of Parley, b. Greenwich, 1817.  A. C., 1836-37; grad. U. S. Military Acad., 1841.  2nd Lieut. Artillery; transferred to corps of topographical engineers; surveying, including survey for R. R. to Pacific Ocean, 1853-56, until 1862; Brigadier General, vols.; commanded brigade, Washington; in command Div. of 3rd Corps, Army of the Potomac, at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville; mortally wounded at latter; brevetted Lieut.-Col., Col., Brigadier-Gen. and Major-Gen. in regular army for gallantry.  D. Washington, May 7, 1863.
*Winslow, Charles.  S. of Jonas, b. Barre, Jy. 2, 1815.  A. C., 1836; grad. Oberlin.  Taught Red Oak and Oberlin, O. and in W. Va.  D. in W. Va., N. 5, 1842.

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