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Amherst College Class of 1863
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1525. *Adams, Charles Dickinson.  S. of Nathaniel and Harriet (Hastings), b. Shutesbury, O. 11, 1839.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Columbia L. S.; admitted to bar May, 1864; in firm of Mann and Rodman, later Rodman and Adams, N. Y. City, 1864-89.  Supt. N. Y. Census, 1880; director N. Y. Juvenile Asylum, 1872-84; president A. C. Alumni Assoc., 1888.  D. N. Y. City, Mch. 20, 1889.

Married Aug. 14, 1873, Mary C., da. of George Wood, Clinton, N. Y.  2 ch.

1526. *Adams, William Bigelow.  S. of Ezra (A. C. 1835) and Abigail (Bigelow), b. Surry, N. H., N. 17, 1840.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Taught Westminster Acad., 1863-64; farmer and carpenter, 1864-65; taught Edgartown H. S., 1865-66; Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1866-69; prof. of Greek and Latin and dean of the faculty Wilberforce U., Xenia, O., 1869-80; taught Gilsum (N. H.) H. S., 1880-; in lumber business, 18(?)-1907.  D. Boston, Ap. 13, 1907.

Married Mch. 22, 1869, Emily D., da. of Charles Francis, Edgartown.  4 ch.

1527. *Allen, Frederick Baylies.  S. of Frederick D. and Mary Richmond (Baylies), b, Boston, N. 5, 1840.  M. A., A. C., 1866.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Boston Latin School; Harvard, 1859-61; A. C., 1861-63.  Andover T. S., 1863-66; s. s. Newport, R. I., 1866-67; ordained Canandaigua, N. Y., Ap. 2, 1868, p. there, 1868-73; w. c. 1873-75; a. p. Chambers St. Ch. Boston, 1876-79; ordained Episcopal deacon, N. 9, 1879; priest, D. 12, 1880; asst. rector Trinity Ch. Boston, 1879-88; general supt. Episcopal City Mission Boston, 1888-1914; financial sec. Episc. City Mission, 1914-23.  Sec. General Theological Library; president N. E. Watch and Ward Soc.; Robert Gould Shaw House; trustee Mass. Bible Soc.; director Mass. Prison Assoc.; Mass. Social Hygiene Assoc.; Mayflower Descendants; Georges River Mills; director and president Devonshire Mills.  Ed. My Neighbor, journal of Episcopal City Mission.  D. Boston, F. 19, 1925.

Married (1) Ap. 24, 1867, Louisa R., da. of Judge Henry Vose, Boston, who d. N. 19, 1871; (2) Je. 4, 1884, Alberta H. Lewis, Philadelphia.  Ch. Josephine F. (Clark); Rebecca G.; Louise R. (Taylor); Hildegarde; Frederick L.  Bro. Francis R (A. C. 1865).

1528. *Barton, Homer Rollin.  S. of Phinehas Dwight and Eunice Chapin (Preston), b. Granby, Jy. 1, 1837.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Williston Sem.  D. Granby, Aug. 12, 1863.

1529. *Batchelder, William Nelson.  S. of Benjamin F. and Lucinda (Daniels), b. Holliston, May 21, 1837.

Prepared with Prof. Elbridge J. Cutler of Harvard U.; Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; with Prof. Wheeler, Grafton; B. A., 1867.  2nd Lieut Co. I. 102nd N. Y. Vols.; 1st Lieut., Capt., 1861-63; boot and shoe manufacturer Holliston, 1863-69; wholesale and retail boot and shoe dealer Boone, Ia., 1869-71; La Crosse, Wis., 1871-1911.  Representative Mass. legislature, 1862-63.  D. La Crosse, Wis., F. 2, 1911.

Married Ap. 21, 1862, Emeline B., da. of John M. Cutler, Holliston, who d. O. 11, 1899.  Ch. Harriet E.; Mary A. (d.); Josephine M. (Laurence); William B. (d.).

1530. *Bigelow, Jonathan Gordon.  S. of Jonathan and Malissa (Abbey), b. St. Albans, Me., Jy. 16, 1839.

Prepared Bloomfield Acad., Skowhegan, Me.; B. A., 1866.  Priv., Capt. 3rd Me. Vols., 1861-63; Col. 65th U. S. Inf., 1863-65; studied law Lowell, 1865-66; admitted to bar, of supreme court of Me. Norridgewock, S. 21, 1866; practised Washington, D. C., 1866-1904; retired, 1904.  D. Washington, D. C., D. 29, 1909.

Married (1) Aug. 12, 1866, Lydia A., da. of David Given, St. Albans, Me, who d. Jan. 18, 1890; (2) Lula L., da. of James T. Knight, Winchester, Va.  3 ch.

1531. *Billings, Charles Morris.  S. of Charles and Charlotte (White), b. Hatfield, Jy. 20, 1841.  M. A., A. C., 1866; M. D., Columbia, 1867.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Berkshire Med. Coll., 1863-65; Columbia M. D., 1865-67; practised Nashua, Ia., 1869-1906.  D. Nashua, Ia., S. 5, 1906.

1532. Biscoe, Thomas Dwight.  S. of Thomas Curtis (A. C. 1831) and Ellen Elmore (Lord), b. Grafton, May 12, 1840.  M. A., A. C., 1866; LL. D., Marietta.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Grafton H. S.; A. C., 1858-63.  Hartford T. S., 1863-65; licensed to preach, 1865; tutor A. C., 1865; Walker instructor in mathematics, 1866-69; studied Halle U., Germany, 1869-70; taught Cincinnati, O., 1871-72; prof. of natural science, Marietta Coll., O., 1874-; of biology; prof. emeritus.

Married (1) Jan. 12, 1875, Laura A., da. of William C. Capron, Uxbridge, who d. N. 21, 1878; (2) Jy., 1880, Mary Ellen, da. of Samuel Shipman, Marietta, O.  2 ch.  Bro George S. (A. C. 1857); Arthur G. (A. C. 1862); John F. (A. C. 1874); Walter S. (A. C. 1874).

Address, 404 Front St., Marietta, O.

1533. *Bond, Thomas Sheldon.  S. of William Bush (A. C., 1835) and Harriet (Sheldon), b. Lee, D. 14, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1866; M. D., Chicago M. D., 1867; Columbia, 1868.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad.  Taught Leicester H. S., 1863; Lake Forest (Ill.) Acad., 1863-65; Chicago M. D., 1865-67; Columbia Med. Coll., 1867-68; practised Chicago, Ill., 1868-81; surgeon Marine Hospital Chicago, 1868-69; demonstrator of anatomy Chicago Med. Coll., 1869-75; prof. of descriptive anatomy, 18(?)-78; practised Evanston, Ill., 1881-95.  D. Evanston, Ill., D. 4, 1895.

Married Ap. 20, 1871, Charlotte A., da. of John R. Mills, Chicago, Ill.  6 ch.  Mary S. (m. Edwin S. Parry, A. C., 1901).

1534. *Brooks, Charles Sylvester.  S. of Charles and Nancy (Damon) Hoar (family name legally changed to Brooks, 1859), b. New Braintree, Jan. 19, 1840.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared New Salem Acad. and Williston Sem.; Williams, 1859-61; A. C., 1861-63.  Taught E. Abington (Rockland), 1864-66; Andover T. S., 1866-69; ordained S. 15, 1869; p. Tyngsboro, 1869-72; So. Deerfield, 1873-77; Putnam, Conn., 1877-87; Fitchburg, 1887-96; s. s. Whitefield Ch. Newburyport, and Cong. Ch. Hyde Park, 1896-97; p. 1st Cong. Ch. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 1898-99; s. s. Winthrop Ch. Holbrook; Union Cong. Ch. Taunton; Cong. Ch. Monson; Canton, 1900-09.  D. Wellesley, Jy. 12, 1911.

Married N. 11, 1863, Eleanor R., da. of Lorenzo Converse, New Braintree.   4 ch. Edwin M. (A. C. 1899).

1535. *Bullard, William Merrill.  S. of William and Mary R. (Henderson), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1866; M. D., Gottingen U., 1867.

Prepared Dedham H. S.  Studied Gottingen, Germany, 1863-67; practised med. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1867-70; N. Y. City, 1870-1916.  D. Flatbush, N. Y., May 12, 1916.

Married F. 15, 1871, Sibbel A., da. of John Duff, Boston, who d. F. 21, 1906.  Ch. William D. (d.); Frederick L. (d.)

1536. *Chapin, Edward Whitman.  S. of Whitman and Theodocia (McKinstre), b. Chicopee, Aug. 23, 1840.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Taught So. Hadley, 1863-64; studied law with Beach and Stearns, Springfield and at Harvard L. S., 1863-65; admitted to bar, D., 1865; practised Holyoke, 1865-.  Trustee Mt. Holyoke; president Farr Alpaca Co.; vice-president and director Mechanics Savings Bank; director Holyoke and Westfield R. R. Co.,; representative Mass. legislature, 1873; justice of Holyoke police court, 1898-1919.  Author Evenings with Shakespeare and other Essays.  D. Holyoke, May 7, 1924.

Married May 16, 1866, Mary Lavinia, da. of Jared Beebe, Springfield.  Ch. Arthur B. (A. C. 1891); Anne H.; Alice McK.; Clara M.

1537. *Clark, DeWitt Scoville.  S. of Eli B. and Cornelia (DeWitt), b. Chicopee, S. 11, 1841.  D. D., A. C., 1893.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Taught Upton and Saxonville, 1863-65; Andover T. S., 1865-68; ordained Clinton, N. 11, 1868; p. there, 1868-78; Tabernacle Ch. Salem, 1879-1915; p. emeritus, 1[9]16.  Trustee Wheaton; vice-president Amer. Miss'y Assoc.; president Mass. Home Miss'y Soc.  D. Salem, Jy. 27, 1916.

Married Jan. 18, 1872, Emma T., da. of Joseph Wood, Central Falls, R. I.  Ch. Garrit DeW. (A. C. ex 1897); Leigh F.; Hilda G.; DeWitt S.

1538. *Cutting, Charles.  S. of Horace and Harriet (Upham), b. Sturbridge, Mch. 24, 1840.

Prepared Nichols Acad., Dudley.  Hartford T. S., 1863-66; p. Hadlyme, Conn., 1866-67; Ledyard, Conn., 1867-81; ordained, Je. 25, 1868; p. Montville, Conn., 1881-91; Whitneyville, Conn., 1891-93.  D. New Haven, Conn., D. 24, 1894.

Married O. 31, 1878, Jessica A., da. of William Campbell, Philadelphia, Penn.  4 ch.  Charles C. (A. C. ex 1[9]07).

1539. *Davies, Lodwick Stephen.  S. of John L. and Margaret (Jones), b. Davenport, Ia., S. 8, 1842.

Prepared Prep. Dept. Ia. Coll.; Ia. Coll., 1859-60; A. C., 1860-63.  Lumber manufacturer Davenport, Ia., 1863-78.  D. Davenport, Ia., Je. 10, 1878.

Married D. 6, 1866, Sara F., da. of H. N. Davis, Beloit, Wis.

1540. Dennison, Ami Ruhamah.  S. of Rufus and Seba (Boston), b. Milton, Me., Je. 27, 1835.

Prepared New Hampton Institute, N. H.; A. C., 1859-61; B. A., 1871.  Lieut., Capt., Maj., Brevet Col. 27th Mass. Vols., 1861-64; dealer in naval stores and cotton, 1866-72; ship-builder, 1867-68; sheriff Craven Co., N. C., 1868-69; manufacturer New Berne, N. C.; engineer of school district 1, Seattle, Wash.

Married Jan. 13, 1868, Clara, da. of Hezekiah C. Seymour, Piermont, N. Y.  Ch. Louise S.; Augustus S.; 2 (d.)

Address, 421 24th Ave., North, Seattle, Wash.

1541. *Dickson, Joseph Edgar.  S. of Oliver and Sarah Clark (Mitchell), b. Charlestown, Je. 11, 1841.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Charlestown and Somerville H. S.; A. C., 1859-61; B. A., 1865.   Prof. of ethics and English literature U. S. Naval Acad. Annapolis, Md., 1861-71; studied law Annapolis, Md., 1868-71; practised patent law Annapolis, Md., 1870-71; supt. of schools. and chemist Mass. Frear Artificial Stone Co. Worcester, 1871-72; general supt. and agent of same Providence, R. I., 1872-73; wholesale paper dealer Worcester, 1873-78; credit manager Gratan & Knight Co., belting concern Worcester, 1882-1915.  D. Worcester, Jan. 11, 1916.

Married O. 26, 1862, Ellen A., da. of Asa Rice, W. Boylston.

1542. *Dunham, Charles Granville Manter.  S. of Charles F. and Mathilda V. (Mayhew), b. Edgartown, Aug. 31, 1841.  M. A., A. C., 1874.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Edgartown H. S. and Foxboro English and Classical School.  Taught Edgartown and Sandwich, 1863-66; studied law Edgartown and Boston, 1866-69; admitted to bar, Boston, F. 17, 1869; practised Edgartown, 1869-1915.  Judge of probate, Duke's Co. Mass., 20 yrs.  D. Edgartown, D. 20, 1915.

Married D. 20, 1865, Susanna D., da. of Francis J. Silva, Edgartown.  Ch. Jennie L.

1543. *Fuller, George Ephraim.  S. of Jonathan S. and Abiah (Hyde), b. Wilbraham, D. 25, 1838.  M. D., Georgetown U., 1865.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Wilbraham and Monson Acads. and Williston Sem.; A. C., 1859-61; B. A., 1893.  Hospital steward 27th Mass. Vols., 1861-64; U. S. A., 1864-66; grad. Georgetown Med. Coll.  Washington, D. C., 1865; practised med. and surgeon, Brimfield, 1866-68; Monson, 1868-1913; studied N. Y. Post Graduate Med. School, 1889.  D. Monson, D. 23, 1813.

1544. *Gleason, Jubal Converse.  S. of Andrew and Celia (Harwood), b. Hubbardston, N. 9, 1837.  M. D., Harvard, 1867.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared New Salem Acad.  Studied med. with Dr. L. F. Billings, Barre; attended lectures Berkshire Med. School and grad. Harvard Med. School, 1867; prin. Holliston H. S., 1864-65; Barre H. S., 1865-66; practised med. Gilbertville, 1867-70; Rockland, 1870-90.  Prof. of chemical med., Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons, Boston; dean of the faculty, 2 yrs.; coucilor Mass. Med. Soc.; representative Mass. legislature, 1870-86; senator, 1887-89.  D. Rockland, N. 1, 1890.

Married Jy. 31, 1867, Mrs. Harriet Anna Sayles, da. of Rev. Willard Pierce, No. Abington.  Ch. Everett H. (d.); Emma W.

1545. *Griggs, Clarke Hewitt.  S. of David Avery and Damaris Clark (Storrs), b. Chaplin, Conn., Jan. 27, 1839.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Hospital steward, U. S. A., Washington, D. C. and Nashville, Tenn., 1864-65; taught classical school Washington, D. C., 1865-67; clerk U. S. Patent Office Washington, D. C., 1867-72, becoming principal examiner.  D. Washington, D. C., N. 11, 1872.

Married Mch. 18, 1867, Sarah S., da. of James Nichols, Washington, D. C.  3 ch.

1546. *Hallock, Leavitt Homan.  S. of Leavitt and Elizabeth Porter (Snell), b. Plainfield, Aug. 15, 1842.  D. D., Whitman Coll., 1893.

Prepared Amherst Acad. and Williston Sem.  Hartford T. S., 1863-66; ordained Berlin, Conn., Jy. 18, 1867; p. there, 1867-73; 2nd Cong. Ch. W. Winsted, Conn., 1873-83; Williston Ch. Portland, Me., 1883-88; Waterville, Me., 1888-92; Tacoma, Wash., 1892-96; lecturer Mills Coll., Cal., 1896-98; p. Plymouth Ch., Minneapolis, Minn., 1898-1907; Pine St. Cong. Ch. Lewiston, Me., 1908-15; retired 1915, r. Portland, Me. and Fla.  Delegate to International Council, London, England, 1891; Boston, 1899; Edinburgh, 1908.  Author Hawaii under King Kalakaua; Why our Flag Floats over Oregon.  D. S. 23, 1921.

Married (1) Je. 11, 1867, Martha B., da. of Henry Butler, Brooklyn, N. Y., who d. O. 2, 1873; (2) O. 3, 1888, Ellen M. Webster, Portland, Me.  Ch. Lillian H. (Campbell); Henry B. (A. C. ex 1893).  Bro. William A. (A. C. 1855).

1547. *Harris, Austin.  S. of Peter T. and Deborah (Longfellow), b. E. Machias, Me., Jy. 10, 1841.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Washington Acad., E. Machias, Me.  Lumber manufacturer in firm of Pope, Harris & Co., E. Machias, Me., 1868-99.  Director Washington Co. Railroad Co.; treasurer Washington Co.; member bd. of overseers Bowdoin, 1884-98; Me. legislature, 1869, 1891, 1893; senate, 1879, 1880.  D. E. Machias, Me., Jan. 7, 1899.

Married D. 15, 1868, Emily T., da. of Samuel W. Pope, E. Machias, Me.  5 ch.

1548. *Heywood, Alonzo Phillips.  S. of Ezra and Dorcas (Roper) Hoar (name changed after father's decease), b. Princeton, Jan. 6, 1838.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Worcester H. S.  Dealer in cotton New Orleans, La., and Shreveport, La., 1863-70.  D. Denver, Col., N. 19, 1870.

1549. *Howland, Walter Morton.  S. of William Avery and Hannah (Morton), b. Conway, Jy. 22, 1840.  M. A., A. C., 1866.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Quartermaster's dept. U. S. A., 1863-66; studied law Lynn and with Waite and Clark Chicago, Ill.; admitted to bar Chicago, S., 1869; practised Chicago, 1869-1902; r. So. Amherst, 1902-11.  Trustee A. C., 1895-[19]05; treasurer A. C., 1903-09.  [Commissioner of Charitable Fund A. C., 1903-1909.]  Member Chicago Literary Club; Chicago Bar Assoc.  D. So. Amherst, O. 22, 1911.

Married (1) Jy. 2, 1873, Florence C., da. of John Reynolds, Terre Coupee, Ind., who d. Jan. 2, 1874; (2) Jy. 12, 1881, Mida D., da. of Samuel Warne, Chicago, Ill., who d. O. 8, 1886; (3) Ap. 13, 1893, Anna C., da. of William B. Prettyman, Chicago, Ill., who d. F. 1922.  Ch. Florence.  Bro. William (A. C. 1846); George (A. C. 1850).

1550. *Hughitt, Emmons.  S. of Orin and Harriet (Wilbur), b. Genoa, N. Y., Jy. 28, 1840.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Auburn T. S., 1863-64; Union T. S., 1864;  D. N. Y. City, O. 28, 1864.

1551. *Jones, Robert Innes.  S. of Matthew Hale and Mary Elizabeth (Innes), b. Easton, Penn., Aug. 18, 1843.  M. A., A. C., 1866.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared with Rev. G. Wilson McPhail, Easton, Penn.; Lafayette Coll., 1858-59; A. C., 1859-63.  Studied law with father; admitted to bar Easton, Penn., Ap. 24, 1865; practised Easton, Penn., 1865-98.  D. Easton, Penn., O. 31, 1898.

1552. *Kimball, Woodbury Storer.  S. of Hervey and Mary (Harris), b. Newbury, S. 9, 1843.

Prepared Brown H. S., Newburyport and Dummer Acad., Byfield.  With U. S. Christian Commission, 1863-64; taught E. Longmeadow, 1864-65; Bangor T. S., 1865-66; ordained Dexter, Me., S. 3, 1867; p. there, 1867-69; Farmington, N. H., 1869-71; 1st Cong. Ch. Greenfield, 1872-75; Wells, Me., 1875-80; Presque Isle, Me., 1880-82.  D. Presque Isle, Me., Jan. 3, 1882.

Married O. 3, 1867, Sara T., da. of W. P. Spofford, Dedham, Me.  4 ch.

1553. *McManus, Parker Whittlesey.  S. of James and Sarah (Whittlesey), b. Newark, Del., Je. 21, 1842.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Prep. Dept. Iowa Coll.; B. A., 1871.  1st Lieut. and Capt. 27th Mass. Vols., 1861-65; taught Iron City Commercial Coll., Pittsburgh, Penn., 1865; contractor stone work, for U. P. R. R., 1867-69; farmer Davenport, Ia., 1869-; life insurance, real estate, owner and manager of office building.  Member 19th Gen. Assembly of State of Iowa; treasurer Scott County, 3 terms, auditor 1 term.  D. San Diego, Cal., N. 28, 1922.

Married Mch. 9, 1876, Flora N., da. of Aaron Meek, Davenport, Ia.  Ch. James M. (d.); Parker W.; William G.; Florence E. (Ficke).

1554. *Merrill, James Griswold.  S. of Rev. James H. and Lucia W. (Griswold), b. Montague, Aug. 20, 1840.  D. D., Shurtleff Coll., Ill., 1885; A. C. 1903.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Princeton T. S., 1863-64; Andover T. S., 1864-66; ordained Mound City, Kans., Jan. 13, 1867, p. there, 1867-69; Topeka, Kans., 1869-70; Davenport, Ia., 1872-82; 1st Ch. St. Louis, Mo., 1882-89; 2nd Parish Ch. Portland, Me., 1889-94; Cong. Ch. Scarborough, Me., 1894-99; dean Fiske U., Nashville, Tenn., 1899-1900; president, 1900-08; p. Cong. Ch. Somerset, 19809-11; Lake Helen, Fla., 1912-19.  Supt. of missions for district of Kansas, 1868; trustee Fiske U., 1908-20.  Ed. The Christian Mirror, Portland, Me., 1894-99; author 2 vols. of children's sermons.  D. Mountain Lakes, N. J., D. 22, 1920.

Married O. 11, 1866, Louisa W., da. of George Boutwell, Andover, who d. O. 15, 1919.  Ch. Lucia G. (d.); Oliver B. (A. C. 1891); Mary P. (MacFarland); William F. (A. C. 1899).  Bro. William F. (A. C. 1863).

1555. *Merrill, William Fessenden.  S. of Rev. James H. and Lucia W. (Griswold), b. Montague, Jy. 14, 1842.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Punchard School, Andover; A. C., 1859-62;  B. A., 1865.  Priv. 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery, 1862-64; 2nd Lieut. 3rd Mass. Heavy Artillery, 1864; 1st Lieut., 1865; studied engineering Harvard Scientific School, 1866; civil engineer C., B. and Q. R. R., 1866-70; engaged in construction of Chicago and Mich. Lake Shore R. R., Mich., 1870-71; B. and M. R. R., Chariton, Ia., 1871-73; resident engineer Erie R. R., Buffalo, N. Y., 1873-75; asst. supt., agent, supt., T. P. and W. R. R., Peoria, Ill., 1875-81; gen. supt. Chicago division of W., St. L. and P. R. R., Chicago, Ill., 1881-82; Chicago and Alton R. R., Bloomington, Ill., 1882-83; supt. Ia. lines C. B. and Q., 1883-87; gen. manager short lines now C., B. and Q., 1887-90; C., B. and Q., 1890-96; 2nd vice-president Erie R. R., N. Y. City, 1896-1900; 1st vice-president, N. Y., N. H., and H. R. R., New Haven, Conn., 1900-03; consulting engineer, 1904-13; r. Plainfield, N. J.  D. Plainfield, N. J., F. 3, 1922.

Married O. 17, 1872, Eliza Grosvenor, da. of Samuel C. Fessenden, Stamford, Conn.  Ch. Clement F. (A. C., 1899); Ellen L. (McMillen).  Bro. James (A. C. 1863).

1556. *Morrill, George Willard.  S. of Masten and Sarah (Osborne), b. Napoli, N. Y., Je. 26, 1835.

Prepared Delaware Institute, N. Y.; A. C., 1861-63.  Taught 1 yr.; manufacturer agricultural implements Sterling, Ill., 1864-82; conducted patent agency and manufacturer of household articles, N. Y. City, 1882-90.  President Boise City Irrigation and Lumber Co. Idaho.  D. N. Y. City,  D. 9, 1890.

Married Je. 13, 1867, Anna, da. of Phillip Smale, N. Y. City.  2 ch.

1557. *Nash, Simeon.  S. of Simeon (A. C. 1829) and Cynthia (Smith), b. Gallipolis, O., F. 13, 1843.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Gallia Acad., Gallipolis, O.  Studied law with father Gallipolis, 1863-66; admitted to bar, Ap., 1866; practised Gallipolis, O., 1866-83; U. S. Commissioner so. district of O., 1867-83.  D. Zanesville, O., Ap. 9, 1883.

Married Ap. 16, 1880, Minerva Tupper, da. of Dr. Horace Nye, Zanesville, O.  Ch. Horace (d.); Simeon.  Bro. James H. (A. C. 1862).

1558. *Pennell, Christopher.  S. of Rev. Lewis and Esther (Slocum), b. Northbridge, Aug. 12, 1842.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem. and Point Aux Trembles, Canada; A. C., 1859-62.  Priv., Sergt. 34th Mass. Inf., 1862-63; 2nd Lieut. 19th U. S. Colored Regt. and aide on staff of Gen. Thomas.  D. Petersburg, Va., Jy. 30, 1864.

1559. *Robbins, Edward Combs.  S. of Samuel and Mary Augusta (Lougest), b. Hawesville, Ky., D. 5, 1841.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared St. Louis H. S.; A. C., 1860-61; B. A., 1912.  Iron business St. Louis, Mo.; president St. Louis Well Machine and Tool Co.  Ordnance Officer Texas Cavalry, Civil War.  D. St. Louis, Mo., May 23, 1923.

Married D. 5, 1872, Ella Woodruff Kingsland, St. Louis, Mo.  Ch. Leroy K.

1560. *Severance, Franklin Charles.  S. of Ptolemy Philadelphus and Margaret (Caldwell), b. Greenfield, D. 24, 1837.  Phar. D., Nat. Coll. Phar., 1888.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Greenfield H. S.; A. C., 1859-62; B. A., 1866.  Serft., 2nd Lieut. 52nd Mass. Vols., 1862-63; studied med. N. Y. City, 1864-65; hospital steward U. S. A., 1865-68; in drug business Chicago, Ill., 1868-71; in P. O. there, 1869-71; in Census Office Washington, D. C., 1871-72; clerk Treasury Dept. Washington, 1872-1910, except 5 yrs. in insurance business Philadelphia, Penn.  D. Gaithersburg, Md., May 12, 1910.

Married May 28, 1868, Sarah J., da. of Thompson Thurman, Rogersville, Ky.  3 ch.

1561. *Smith, Henry Oliver.  S. of Oliver and Lucy (Clapp), b. Leicester, S. 15, 1839.

Prepared Leicester Acad.  Studied law with Henry Chapin, Worcester, 1863; Harvard L. S., 1863-66; admitted to bar, Worcester, 1866; practised Leicester and Worcester, 1866-1921.  Investigator of draftees' claims for exemption, World War.  D. Leicester, Jy. 20, 1921.

Married O. 27, 1875, Susan Eliza, da. of James Whittemore, Leicester, who d. Ap. 19, 1915.  Ch. Oliver (d.); Maybon (d.); James W. (A. C. 1902) (d.); Lucy (Dyer); Florence (Howland); Dorothy (d.); Philip S.

1562. *Stanton, George Francis.  S. of Henry B. and Lydia (Dana), b. Lowell, D. 16, 1835.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Dummer Acad., Byfield; A. C., 1860-63.  Asst. chaplain, U. S. A., 1860-61; Bangor T. S., 1863-65; ordained Gardner, Je. 6, 1866; p. there, 1866-67; Milford, N. H., 1867-68; Fitchburg, 1868-70; So. Weymouth, 1870-85; Sharon, 1887-97; in service of Mass. Home Miss'y Soc., D. 1, 1912-F. 29, 1916; p. and p. emeritus, Union Ch. of Christ, Point Shirley, Winthrop.  D. Boston, D. 30, 1916.

Married Jan. 3, 1867, Ellen E., da. of John Buttrick Lowell, who d. Jan. 16, 1896.

1563. *Stearns, Frazar Augustus.  S. of Pres. William Augustus and Rebecca Alden (Frazar), b. Cambridge, Je. 21, 1840.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Cambridge H. S. and Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1857-58, 1860-61; 1st Lieut. Co. I, 21st Mass. Vols., 1861-62; acting Adj. Washington, Annapolis, Roanoke Is. and Newbern, N. C.  D. Newbern, N. C., Mch. 14, 1862.  Bro. Winfred A. (A. C. 1876).

1564. *Stone, Baman Nelson.  S. of Nelson and Deborah (Humphrey), b. Hopkinton, Jy. 28, 1841.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared W. Boylston Acad. and Allendale School, Sterling.  Taught Ashland and Holden, asst. Leicester Acad., 1863-66; Bangor T. S., 1866-69; ordained Loudon, N. H., Je. 6, 1871, p. there, 1869-74; Cong. Ch. Fryeburg, Me., 1874-77; founder and p. Swedenborgian Ch. there, 1877-1917; p. emeritus, 1917-18.  D. Fryeburg, Me., Ap. 7, 1918.

Married Je. 3, 1880, Emily, da. of Noyes Farrington, Fryeburg, Me.  Ch. Clarence N. (A. C. 1905).

1565. Titus, Joseph Augustus.  S. of Vernon and Mary (Moore), b. Leicester, Jan. 21, 1838.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Leicester Acad.; A. C., 1859-62; B. A., 1865.  Sergt. 42nd Mass. Vols., 1862-63; 2nd Lieut., 1st Lieut. 60th Mass. Vols., 1864-65; Adj. 62nd Mass. Vols., 1865; taught No. Brookfield, 3 mos.; Leicester H. S.; studied law Worcester, 1866-68; admitted to bar, Jan., 1868; practised Worcester, 1868-1913; assoc. judge municipal court Worcester, 1868-1913; manufacturer of violins Worcester, 1913-.  Member Mass. house of representatives, 1872-73.

Married N. 10, 1868, Bertha Grosvenor, da. of David Manning, Worcester.  Ch. George A.; Albert G.; Bertha M. (Currier).

Address, 476 Main St., Worcester.

1566. *Tyler, Sidney Williams.  S. of John E. and Mary Hooker (Williams), b. Windham, Conn., D. 2, 1841.

Prepared E. Windsor Hill (Conn.) Acad.  Studied mining engineering U. of Göttingen, Germany, 1863-65; Freiburg, Germany, 1865-67; mining engineer Old Mines and St. Louis, Mo., 1868-73; managing director Ozark Iron Co., Mo., 1873-77; mining engineer Central City, Col., 1877-; mining expert Denver, Col., 20 yrs.  D. Denver, Col., Mch. 27, 1910.

Married F. 13, 1871, Lou, da. of Thomas Murphy, Old Mines, Mo., who d. May 4, 1894.  Ch. Sidney B.; Louise (Fuller); Julia (Davis).  Bro. John B. (A. C. 1865); Eliphalet W. (A. C. 1868).

1567. *Watkins, Albert Barnes.  S. of Stephen M. and Evelina (Hamlin), b. Naples, N. Y., Jy. 8, 1838.  M. A., A. C., 1866; Ph. D., U. of State of N. Y., 1874.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Fairfield Sem., N. Y.; A. C., 1861-63.  Taught Westboro, 1863-64; instructor in Greek, Fairfield Sem., 1864-70; prin. Hungerford Collegiate Institute Adams, N. Y., 1870-82; school commissioner for Jefferson Co., 1878-; president State Teachers' Assoc., 1882-; state inspector of teachers' classes, 1882-84; asst. sec. U. of State of N. Y., 1884-92.  Ed. The Regents' Academic Syllabus; author educational pamphlets.  D. Albany, N. Y., Mch. 18, 1892.

Married N. 19, 1864, Martha A., da. of Dr. William Mather, Fairfield, N. Y.  1 da., 3 s.  Jesse (A. C. 1889); Frank A. (A. C. 1896).

1568. *Wells, George Huntington.  S. of George and Frances (Donaldson), b. Bainbridge, N. Y., May 10, 1839.  D. D., Chicago T. S., 1887.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Dover Acad., Ill. Chicago T. S., 1864-67; ordained, O. 1, 1867; p. Amboy, Ill., 1867-70; Amer. Presb. Ch. Montreal, Canada, 1871-91; Plymouth Ch.  Minneapolis, Minn., 1891-96.  D.  Wauwatosa, Wis., Mch. 13, 1897.

1569. *Whitney, John Marshall.  S. of Marshall and Caroline (Baker), b. Hopkinton, Jy. 4, 1842.  M. D., Long Is. Hospital Med. Coll., 1864.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Roxbury Latin School; A. C., 1859-62.  Priv. 1st Mass. Cav.; hospital steward U. S. A.; clerk surgeon general's office; attend med. lectures Washington, D. C., 1863; Long Is. Coll. Hospital, Brooklyn, L. I.; acting asst. surgeon U. S. N.; med. officer of the Norwich.  D. near Front Creek, Fla., Aug. 16, 1864.

1570. *Wilder, Joseph Ells.  S. of Isaac M. and Lucinda (Ells), b. Brockton, Ap. 24, 1839.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Hanover Acad.; A. C., 1859-61.  Priv. 31st Mass. Vols., N., 1861; corp., sergt., Q. M. sergt., 1863.  D. Sabine Cross Roads, La., Ap. 8, 1864.


*Adams, James Carlos.  S. of Jarvis and Eunice H. (Mitchell), b. Croydon, N. H., S. 17, 1837.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.; A. C., 1859-60.  U. of Mich. Med. Coll., 1860-61; enlisted in 13th Regt. U. S. Inf. Dubuque, Ia., Jan. 14, 1862; asst. surgeon, Mch. 4, 1864; hospital steward, U. S. A., Je., 1864; M. D., U. of Mich., 1868; practised Chicago, Ill., 1869-1904; Snoqualmie Valley, Wash., 1904-09; r. Seattle, Wash., 1909-11.  D. Seattle, Wash., Aug. 17, 1911.
Alden, John Tolman.  S. of John Tolman and Elizabeth Susan, b. Springfield, Ill., Jy. 25, 1841.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Brooks Sem., Cincinnati, O.; A. C., 1860-61.  Member of firm Alden, and Bro., Alden Fruit Vinegar Works, St. Louis, Mo.  Address, unknown.
*Axtell, Seth Jones.  S. of Seth Jones and Lucy B. (Stratton), b. Worcester, D. 18, 1841.  Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1859-60; grad. Brown, 1864; p. Munroe, Mich., and W. Medway; prin. Leland U., New Orleans, La.  D. Kalamazoo, Mich., Mch. 23, 1902.
*Brigham, Don Ferdinand.  S. of Lewis and Lewezar (Tilden), b. Utica, N. Y., Jan. 11, 1839.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared under Mr. Tufts, Monson;  A. C., 1859-61.  Mercantile business N. Y. City and Oxford, N. J.  D. Hartford, Conn., F. 27, 1888.
*Burrall, George Ellery.  S. of Ovid and Rebecca (Turner), b. E. Machias, Me., N. 14, 1842.  Prepared Washington Acad., E. Machias, Me.; A. C., 1860-62.  Studied med. with Dr. John Baker, E. Machias, Me., 1862-64; Harvard Med. School, 1864-65; in lumber business and ship-building, E. Machias, Me., 1865-1910.  D. Machias, Me., Jy. 21, 1910.
*Cushing, Stephen.  S. of Stephen, b. May 29, 1841.  A. C., 1861-62.  M. D., Harvard, 1866.  D., 1892.
*Draper, Edward Leroy.  S. of Lyman, b. Pelham, N. 28, 1842.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1868.  A. C., 1859-60.  Med. cadet, brevet 2nd Lieut., asst. surgeon U. S. N., 1862-66; M. D., Harvard, 1868; practised U. S. A. and N.; Holyoke.  D. 1906.
*Glazier, Nelson Newton.  S. of John Newton and Phebe Cass (Bourn), b. Stratton, Vt., D. 12, 1838.  M. A., Brown, 1869.  Prepared Leland Sem., Townshend, Vt.; A. C., 1859-62.  Corp., 2nd Lieut., 1st Lieut. 11th Vt. Vols., 1862-64; grad. Brown, 1866; Newton T. S., 1869, 1869; p. Central Falls (R. I.) Baptist Ch., 1869-71; ordained there, 1869; p. Montpelier, Vt., 1872-80; So. Abington, 1880-84; a. p. Westboro, 1884-86; p. Greenfield, 1887-96; w. c. 1895-1903; p. Sharon, 1903-12; w. c. Muscotah, Kans., 1912-; r. Ashland, Neb.  Representative Vt. Legislature, 1865-67; chaplain Vt. State Senate, 1872-78; supt. of schools Montpelier, Vt., several yrs.  D. Ashland, Neb., S. 14, 1922.
Harris, Isaac K.  S. of Isaac and Adeline (Kingman), b. Grafton, F. 15, 1840.  Prepared No. Bridgewater Acad.; A. C., 1859-60.  Grad. Bridgewater Normal School, 1862; taught, 2 yrs.; civil engineer Boston and Lynn; city engineer Lynn, 1869-76.
*Jackson, Edward Payson.  S. of Rev. William C., b. Erzroom, Turkey, Mch. 15, 1840.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1870.  Dartmouth, 1856; A. C., 1860.  Priv., corp. 45th Mass. Vols., 1862-63; 2nd Lieut. 5th Mass. Cols., 1863-64; taught Boston Latin School, 1877-1904.  Pub. Astronomical Geography; Mural Maps of the Heavens.  D. Dorchester, O. 12, 1905.
*Jewett, Henry Erastus.  S. of Ephraim and Jane (Fairbanks), b. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Ap. 9, 1842.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1883.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad.; A. C., 1859-60.  Non-com. officer Co. F, 39th Wis. Inf. Vols., 1864; Andover T. S., 1866-69; ordained, 1870; p. Redwood, Cal., 1869-79; supt. of schools San Mateo Co., Cal., 1873-75; prin. Golden Gate Acad., 1879-88; p. Vacaville, Cal., 1890-96; r. Berkeley, Cal., 1897-1910.  D. Berkeley, Cal., May 16, 1910.
*King, Edward Gilbert.  S. of William Jones and Lydia (Gilbert), b. Providence, R. I., N. 20, 1841.  Prepared Providence (R. I) H. S.; A. C., 1859; Williams Coll.  Merchant.  D. S. 18, 1872.  Ch. Edward G. (A. C. ex 1890).  Bro. Frederick A. (A. C. ex 1863).
King, Frederick Augustus.  S. of William J. and Lydia (Gilbert), b. Providence, R. I., Jan. 17, 1844.  A. C., 1859-61; Brown.  Merchant.  Bro. Edward G. (A. C. ex 1863).
*Lapham, Smith Gurney.  S. of William G. and Rebecca T. (Smith), b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Jy. 19, 1842.  Prepared Canandaigua (N. Y.) Acad.; A. C., 1859-61; grad. Williams, 1863.  Ed. The Syracuse Courier and The Telegram, 30 yrs.; leading editorial writer and dramatic critic The Syracuse Herald; retired, 1913.  D. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1917.
*Marcy, Henry Orlando.  S. of Smith and Fanny (Gibbs), b. Otis, Je. 23, 1837.  M. D., Harvard, 1863; M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1870; LL. D., Wesleyan, 1887.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1859.  Grad. Harvard Med. School, 1863; U. of Berlin, Germany, 1869-70; asst. surgeon 43rd Mass. Vols. Newbern, N. C., 1863; surgeon 35th U. S. Colored Troops, 1863-65; brig. and division surgeon and chief medical officer, Fla., 1865; practised Cambridge, 1865-; est. private hospital for women Cambridge, 1880-; U. S. A. Recruiting Service for Med. Dept., 1916-18.  President Amer. Acad. of Medicine, 1884.  D. Cambridge, Jan. 1, 1924.
*Montelius, William Piper.  S. of Charles and Rebecca (Howard), b. Mifflinburg, Penn., D. 29, 1844.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared Mifflinburg (Penn.) Acad.; A. C., 1859-60; grad. Lafayette, 1864.  Alleghany T. S., 1864; with U. S. Christian Commission in South, 1865.  D. Mifflinburg, Penn., Je. 16, 1865.
*Newell, Alonzo Burnham.  S. of John and Paulina Sophronia (Bigelow), b. So. Wilbraham, Je. 6, 1835.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1859-60.  Taught So. Wilbraham (Hampden), 5 yrs.; Lockport, N. B., several yrs.; teacher and farmer So. Wilbraham, 1873-1919.  D. Springfield, Je. 16, 1920.
Partridge, Lyman.  S. of Elihy and Maria, b. Medway, Aug. 23, 1836.  Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1859-60; grad. Brown, 1863.  Newton T. S., 1863-66; p. Wales, 1866-69; Wakefield, R. I., 1870-72; Sharon, 1872-.
*Patten, Edward Theron.  S. of Stephen and Elizabeth J. (Poyen), b. Merrimac, O. 20, 1841.  A. C., 1859-60.  Lumber merchant Portland, Me.  D. New Haven, Conn., O. 18, 1877.
*Pratt, Ransom Dickinson.  S. of Rev. Stillman (A. C. 1831) and Eleanor Morton (Dickinson), b. Orleans, Jy. 23, 1838.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover and Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1859-61.  Sergt. 27th Mass. Vols., 1861-64; journalist and publisher Newburyport, Middleboro, Boston, Marlboro, St. Louis (Mo.); asst. in Mass. labor bureau, 1870-71; in general advertising business, 1883-97; in custom house Boston, 1897-1903.  D. Brookline, Jan. 24, 1903.
*Rhea, James Alexander.  S. of Samuel and Martha (Lynn), b. Blountville, Tenn., D. 5, 1840.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Jefferson Acad., Blountville, Tenn.; A. C., 1859-61.  Studied law with Gov. Watts, Ala.; practised Montgomery, Ala.; one of three to revise code of Ala., 1867.  Maj., Lieut. Col. 60th Tenn. Cav,. of Conf. Army, Civil War.  D. Montgomery, Ala., D. 31, 1871.  Bro. Joseph B. (A. C. ex 1863).
*Rhea, Joseph Brainerd.  S. of Samuel and Martha (Lynn), b. Blountville, Tenn., Ap. 8, 1838.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Blountville (Tenn.) Acad., A. C., 1859-61.  Merchant Marion, Va., 1861-1902.  D. Marion, Va., Jy. 7, 1902.  Bro. James A. (A. C. ex 1863).
Roberts, Albert.  S. of Ephraim and Mary (Warner), b. No. Amherst, Mch. 22, 1840.  Prepared Pierce Acad., Middleboro; A. C., 1859-60.  52nd Mass. Vols., 1862-63; practised law N. Y. City.  Ch. Albert (A. C. 1899).
*Stickney, Warren Burzillar.  S. of Burzillar, b. Brookline, Vt., D. 5, 1837.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1868.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Power's Institute, Bernardston; A. C., 1859-60.  Served in 8th Vt. Vols.; Lieut. 99th U. S. Colored Troops; acting asst. Q. M.; supt. Freedman's Bureau for northern La., 1865; prin. Greenfield and Chicopee high schools, 1867-69; supt. of city schools and member state bd. of education New Orleans, La., 1869-. D., 1898.
Thompson, William Gillon.  B. Jy. 23, 1840.  Registered from Lancaster, Penn.  Psi Upsilon.  A. C., 1858, 1859-61.  2nd Lieut. N. J. Regt., 1862-65, part of time on staff of Gen. Mott; practised law Detroit, Mich.; mayor of Detroit, 1879.
Williams, George Irving.  S. of Enoch Sanborn and Eliza M. (Pike), b. Newburyport, Jy. 22, 1841.  Prepared Brown H. S., Newburyport; A. C., 1860-61.
Woodbury, Eri Davidson.  S. of Henry and Hannah (Davidson), b. Francestown, N. H., May 30, 1837.  Prepared New Hampton Institute, N. H.; A. C., 1859; grad. Dartmouth, 1863.  Sergt., 2nd Lieut., 1st Lieut., Capt. 1st Vt. Cav., 1863-65; head master Episcopal Acad. Cheshire, Conn., 1865.  Address, Cheshire, Conn.

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