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Amherst College Class of 1869
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1815. *Adams, Edward Austin.  S. of Austin and Almira (Stearns), b. Lawrence, May 5, 1848.  M. D., Buffalo U., 1876.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared private school and with private teachers, Oakham.  Prin. Cummington H. S., one term; Spring Run Acad., Penn., one term; asst. in Dr. Ledoux's private school, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y., 7 mos.; studied medicine with Dr. D. W. Miner, Ware, 1872-74; N. Y. U. Med. School, 1874-75; Buffalo U. Med. School, N. Y., 1875-76; asst. physician State Asylum for Insane, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1876-82.  D. Kalamazoo, Mich., Jan. 7, 1882.

1816. Allen, Charles Herbert.  S. of Otis and Louisa (Bixby), b. Lowell, Ap. 15, 1848.  M. A., A. C., 1872; LL. D. , A. C., 1900.

Prepared Lowell H. S.  Lumber business, 1869-70; wholesale druggist Boston, 1871-74; lumber business Lowell, 1875-.  Member Mass. legislature, 1881-82; State Senator, 1883; on staff Governor Robinson with rank of col., 1884-86; member of Congress, 1885-89.  Asst. Sec. U. S. Navy, 1898-1900.  1st civil governor Porto Rico, 1900-02; 1st vice-president Morton Trust Co., N. Y.; 1st vice-president Guaranty Trust Co., N. Y.; president Amer. Sugar Refining Co., N. Y.; trustee A. C., 1898-.

Married N. 10, 18709, Harriet Coleman, da. of James Dean, Manchester, N. H.  Ch. Bertha (m. George W. Logan); Louise (m. Alexander Hobbs).

Address, 57 Rolfe St., Lowell, Mass.

1817. Ballantine, William Osborn.  S. of Rev. Henry and Elizabeth (Darling), b. Ahmednuggur, India, F. 9, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1873; M. D., N. Y. U., 1873; B. D., Andover T. S., 1885.

Prepared with his father.  U. City of N. Y. Med. Coll., 1869-72; asst. physician and house physician Colored Home Miss'y Hospital, N. Y. City, 1872-73; physician Columbus, O., 1873-74; medical miss'y Rahuri, India, 1875-; on special famine duty under British Gov't., 1879.  Appointed assoc. recruiting officer by Gov. of Bombay, 1914-19.

Married (1) Jan. 6, 1875, Alice Cary, da. of Levi Parsons, Easthampton, who d. S. 9, 1878; (2) Aug. 20, 1885, Josephine Louise Perkins, Fitchburg.  Ch. Joseph W. (A. C. 1909); Alice J. (m. Max D. Kirjassoff); Benjamin D.; Henry F.; John P.  Bro. Henry (A. C. 1868); John W. (A. C. 1874).

Address, 1021 S. El Molino Ave., Pasadena, Cal.

1818. *Benedict, William Marsh.  S. of William Curtis and Elizabeth Amanda (Marsh), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., N. 17, 1847.

Prepared Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute.  Studied law with S. T. Freeman, N. Y. City, W. L. Gill, Brookyn, N. Y., and S. T. Lewis, Brooklyn, N. Y.; admitted to bar, S. 15, 1871; practised Brooklyn, 1871-1920.  D. Brooklyn, N. Y., F. 26, 1920.

Married (1) O. 10, 1873, Grace, da. of Edwin R. Dillingham, Brooklyn, N. Y.; (2) Jennie R. Benedict.  Ch. M. Marian (Cothren); Susan (Yallalee); Gordon M.; William S.

1819. *Benner, Edward Augustine.  S. of Burnham and Frances M. (Talpey), b. Pittston, Me., Mch. 31, 1848.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Lowell H. S.; A. C., 1866-69.  Taught Dr. Ledoux's private school, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1869-71; Andover T. S., 1871-74; ordained, O. 24, 1874; prof. of mathematics Drury Coll., Mo., 1874-77; w. c. Lowell, 1877-78; prof. of history and political economy Colorado Coll., acting as prin. Salt Lake Acad., Utah, 1878-91; supt. of schools. New West Educ. Commission's work, Utah; member Utah Legislature, 1890; prin. Boys' School, Wellesley, 1892-1924; proprietor and director of Camp Wellesley for boys, w. Ossipee, N. H.; retired.  D. Burlingame, Cal., Jan. 17, 1925.

Married Aug. 31, 1874, Mary Susan, da. of William H. Carter, Lowell.  Ch. Caroline F. (m. H. H. Whitney); Burnham C.; Edward H.; Mary K. (m. E. E. George); E. Alan.

1820. *Bogart, Joseph Hegeman.  S. of Daniel and Jane R. (Hegeman), b. Roslyn, L. I., N. 11, 1846.  M. D., Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1872.

Prepared Flushing Institute, L. I. Dartmouth M. S., 1869-70; Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1870-72; physician Roslyn, L. I., 1872-; retired.  Member board of education, Roslyn, 1875-, president, 1877; health officer No. Hempstead, L. I.; president Bank of Hempstead Harbor, Roslyn, N. Y.  D. Roslyn, L. I., F. 3, 1926.

Married F. 21, 1884, Ethelena Townsend Albertson, Mineola, N. Y.  Ch. Jane H. (m. Samuel J. Seaman, Jr.) (d.); Ethelena T.

1821. *Boyden, Clarence Fuller.  S. of Alexander Andres and Harriet Goward (Fuller), b. Attleboro, Mch. 5, 1846.

Prepared Stoughtonham Institute, Sharon.  Master Grammar School No. 1, No. Providence, R. I., 1869-70; studied law with Judge Allen, Salem, N. Y., 1870-72; submaster Taunton H. S., 1872-; master Weir Grammar School, 1875-; prin. Cohannet Grammar School, 1883-; supt. of schools Taunton, 1891-1905; prin. Cohannet Grammar School, Taunton, 1906-13.  D. Taunton, N. 23, 1913.

Married Jy. 4, 1876, Isabella H., da. of James H. Anthony, Taunton.

1822. *Brown, William Reynolds.  S. of William Smith and Sarah Jane (Reynolds), b. N. Y. City, F. 15, 1846.  LL. B., Harvard, 1871; Columbia, 1872.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared with George P. Quackenbos, N. Y. City.  Harvard L. S., 1869-71; admitted to bar, D., 1871; lawyer Morrisania, N. Y., 1872-73; N. Y. City, residing at White Plains, N. Y., 1873-; retired.  President Port Morris Land and Improvement Co., N. Y. City.  D. N. Y. City, D. 21, 1922.

Married May 7, 1872, Ellen W., da. of David S. Babcock, Brooklyn, N. Y.  Ch. Warren D. (A. C. 1894); Donald W. (A. C. 1899); Cleveland H. (d.).

1823. *Chickering, Joseph Knowlton.  S. of Rev. John W. and Frances E. (Knowlton), b. Portland, Me., Jy. 20, 1846.  M. A., A. C., 1872.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Portland (Me.) H. S.  Prin. Whittendon Grammar School, Taunton, 1 yr.; submaster Taunton H. S., 1 yr.; teacher of Latin Springfield H. S., 1872-73; instructor in English A. C., 1873-77; assoc. prof. of English A. C., 1877-85; studied English Johns Hopkins, 2 yrs., also engaged in work upon Century dictionary of Century Co.; prof. of rhetoric and English literature U. of Vt., 1888-93; studied Harvard, 1893-94; r. New Haven, Conn. and Washington, D. C., 1894-99.  Ed. triennial A. C. catalogs, 1878, 1881, 1885; ed. Obituary Record of Graduates, 1877-85; assisted Biographical Record, A. C., 1876-79.  D. Burlington, Vt., D. 27, 1899.

Married (1) S. 9, 1873, Mary E., da. of Charles Connor, Exeter, N. H., who d. Mch. 12, 1875; (2) O. 2, 1889, Sarah J., da. of Nathaniel B. Hoxie, Brooklyn, N. Y.  1 s., 1 da.  Bro. John J. (A. C. 1879).

1824. Childs, James Hobart.  S. of Rev. Rufus and Pamelia P. (Hobart), b. Gilmanton, N. H., May 25, 1847.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Amherst H. S.  Taught Necedah, Wis., 1869-72; Andover T. S., 1872-75; ordained So. Byfield, O. 7, 1874 and p. there, 1875-81; Wenham, 1881-84; Cong. Ch. Northbridge Centre, 1884-; Heath, Pelham, 1923-.

Married (1) Jan. 5, 1871, Mary Jane, da. of George W. Bailey, Washongal, Washington Territory, who d. Je. 27, 1883; (2) Jy. 2, 1885, Susan P. Blake, Newburyport.  Ch. Rev. Irving H. (A. C. 1900); James R. (A. C. 1903); Alice (d.); Maurice F. (A. C. 1914); Arthur V. (d.); Carrie L. (m. William N. Wallace); Leila M. (m. E. Emmanuel Edling).

Address, R. F. D. 2, Amherst.

1825. *Cook, Herbert Jonathan.  S. of Alfred Hunt and Prudence (Lyon), b. Hadley, May 18, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1872; S. T. D., Philadelphia.  D. S., 1905.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Hopkins Acad., Hadley and Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; A. C., 1863-65, 1867-69.  Prin. Chester Institute, N. J., 1866-67; Hopkins Acad. Hadley, 1869-70; Oxford (N. Y.) Acad., 1870-72; prof. of Latin Ohio Female Coll., O., 1872-73; studied theology privately; ordained dacon, Je. 27, 1873, priest, Je. 18, 1874; teacher of classics Kentucky Coll. and asst. rector St. James' Ch., Pewee Valley, Ky., 1873-75; rector St. Mark's Ch., Coldwater, Mich., 1875-85; St. Bartholomew's Ch., Chicago, Ill., 1885-87; Dayton, O., 1887-94; Calvary Ch., Conshohocken, Penn., 1895-1906; Holy Trinity Ch., Ocean City, N. J., 1906-09; asst. St. Philip's Ch., Philadelphia, Penn., 1909-11; rector St. Stephen's Ch., Beverly, N. J., 1911-.  Trustee Wash. Mem. Chapel, Valley Forge, Penn.  D. Albany, N. Y., D. 4, 1925.

Married Aug. 23, 1870, Mathilda Chappelle, da. of Allen C. Metcalf, Lenox.  Ch. Edith (m. Guy Smith); Theodora L.

1826. *Donald, Elijah Winchester.  S. of William C. and Agnes (Smart), b. Andover, Jy. 31, 1848.  D. D., A. C., 1886; LL. D., Western U. of Penn., 1897.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Punchard School, Andover.  Prin. Belchertown H. S., 1869-70; taught Newport, R. I., 1870-71; Prot. Episcopal Ch. D. S., W. Philadelphia, Penn., 1871-72; Union T. S., 1872-74; ordained deacon, May, 1874, priest, O. 17, 1875; curate Church of the Ascension, N. Y. City, 1 yr.; rector Church of the Intercession, N. Y. City, 1875-82; Church of the Ascension, N. Y. City, 1882-92; Trinity Ch., Boston, 1892-1904.  Trustee A. C., 1887-1904; Abbott Acad., Andover, 1900-04.  Wrote the Expansion of Religion.  D. Ipswich, Aug. 6, 1904.

Married Ap. 25, 1876, Cornelia, da. of Willington Clapp, N. Y. City.  5 ch.

1827. *Eastman, Charles Francis.  S. of Rev. Joseph Bartlett and Mary (Huse), b. Caldwell, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1872.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Windsor (N. Y.) Acad.  Taught Greek and German Wilmington, Del., 1869-71; prin. of H. S. and supt. of schools Beloit, Wis., 1871-74; teacher of Latin and Greek Williston Sem., 1875-77; farmer Easton, Md., 1877-95; private tutor Wilmington, Del., 1895-99.  D. Wilmington, Del., Jy. 6, 1899.

Married Jy. 12, 1876, Laura M., da. of Jeremiah Buck, Philadelphia, Penn.  8 ch.  Bro. John H. (A. C. 1869).

1828. *Eastman, John Huse.  S. of Rev. Joseph Bartlett and Mary (Huse), b. Sandy Hill (Hudson Falls), N. Y., Aug. 23, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1872; D. D., A. C., 1899.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Windsor (N. Y.) Acad.  Teacher of Greek and Latin Prep. Dept. Knox Coll., Ill., 1869-71; acting prof. of Latin Knox Coll., 1871-72; Union T. S., 1872-75; ordained by Presbytery of Westchester, Katonah, N. Y., Jy. 8, 1875 and p. Presb. Ch. there, 1875-95; Pottsville, Penn., 1895-1915; retired and resided Winchester, 1915-17.  Member Pottsville city council, 3 yrs.  D. Winchester, N. 9, 1917.

Married Je. 11, 1879, Lucy, da. of Andrew L. King, Binghamton, N. Y., who d. S. 27, 1897.  Ch. Elizabeth; Joseph B. (A. C. 1904).  Bro. Charles F. (A. C. 1869).

1829. *Emmons, Amzi Babbitt.  S. of Jeremiah Slaight and Ester Ann (Stout), b. Chester, N. J., N. 9, 1846.

Prepared Chester (N. J.) Institute and with William Rankin; A. C., 1866-69.  Union T. S., 1869-71, 1872-73; ordained Montclair, N. J., O. 28, 1873; a. p. Stratton, Vt., 1873-74; Jamaica, Vt., 1874-77, also supt. of schools part of time, and scribe of Vermont Convention of Cong. Churches, 1876-77; s. s. Oxford, 1877-78 and p., 1878-82.  D. Morristown, N. J., Jan. 18, 1882.

Married May 28, 1873, Melva Sophia, da. of James Topping, Chester, N. J.  4 ch.

1830. *Field, Henry Kellogg.  S. of Charles K. and Julia Ann (Kellogg), b. Newfane, Vt., Je. 8, 1848.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared with D. D. Gorham, Montpelier, Vt.  Studied law office of Field and Tyler, Brattleboro, Vt.; admitted to bar, 1871; practised Montpelier, Vt. 1872-81; resident manager N. E. Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Boston, San Francisco, Cal., 1881-1907.  D. Almeda, Cal., Je. 18, 1907.

Married N. 25, 1872, Kate L., da. of Lorenzo Daniels, Hartford, Conn.  4 ch.

1831. *Fuller, Roselle Andrew.  S. of Almond and Lois (Thatcher), b. Philadelphia, N. Y., Jy. 16, 1843.

Prepared Genesee Wesleyan Sem., Lima, N.Y.; A. C., 1866-69.  Bangor T. S., 1870-71; Auburn T. S., 1872-73; ordained, 1873; s. s. Presb. Ch., Shawano, Wis., 1873-74; Presb. Ch., Colby, Wis., 1874-77; a. p. El Paso, Col., 1877-80.  D. El Paso, Col., Mch. 20, 1880.

Married O. 15, 1875, Flora Louisa, da. of Walter B. Booth, Westfield, Wis., who d. Jan. 17, 1881.  1 ch.

1832. *Gage, George Merrill.  S. of Jared and Sarah (Merrill), b. Chicago, Ill., F. 17, 1849.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Lake Forest (Ill.) Acad.  Insurance agent and teller in Fidelity Savings Bank Chicago, Ill., 1869-70; teller and bookkeeper State Savings Institute Chicago, 1870-72; asst. cashier Fidelity Savings Bank, 1872-77; financial ed. and business manager Chicago Evening Post, 1877-78; real estate and loan business, 1879-80; cashier of mercantile firm and manager of Central Livery Co., 1880-86; real estate loan business San Diego, Cal., 1886-88; U. S. Land Office Salt Lake City, Utah, 188-90.  D. Salt Lake City, D. 3, 1890.

Married Jy. 17, 1881, Sarah E. Valentine, da. of Lewis Curtis, Sheboygan, Wis.

1833. *Goodman, Richard.  S. of Richard and Electa (Cheney), b. New York City, Ap. 2, 1846.  LL. B., Harvard, 1871.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Edwards Place School, Stockbridge.  Studied Harvard L. S., 1869-71 and with Hillard, Hyde and Dickinson, Boston, 1871-72; admitted to bar, Jan. 11, 1873; lawyer Boston, 1872-75; N. Y. City, 1875-77; farmer and breeder of Jersey cattle Lenox, 1877-91; retired and resided Lenox, 1891-1911.  President Lenox library, 1877-96.  D. Lenox, N. 7, 1911.

1834. *Hammond, William Penn.  S. of Dr. Josiah Sturtevant (A. C. ex 1832), and Betsey (Parker), b. Plympton, S. 15, 1843.  M. D., Harvard, 1873.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Harvard M. S., 2 yrs. and at U. S. Marine Hospital, Chelsea; house officer Boston City Hospital, 1 yr.; physician Bunker Hill district Boston, 1873-74; asst. surgeon of out patient dept. Boston City Hospital, 1874-75; physician Boston, 1875-.  Member American Acad. of Medicine; Mass. Medical Soc.  D. Clifton, Aug. 10, 1924.

Married (1) S. 17, 1873, Sarah Abby, da. of James M. Harrub, Plympton, who d. Ap. 10, 1904; (2) Je. 25, 1913, Sallie J., da. of William Lawson, St. Louis, Mo.  Ch. Bessie (m. Winthrop Fillebrown).

1835. *Harrington, Myron Oscar.  S. of Levi Smith and Mary Adeline (Houghton), b. Kirby, Vt., Jan. 6, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1872; B. D., Andover T. S., 1877.

Prepared Caledonia Acad., Peacham, Vt.  Taught Medway H. S., 1869-71; Andover T. S., 1871-72, 1876-77; prin. Danvers H. S., 1872-73; miss'y of A. M. A., Macon, Ga., 1877-78; ordained, O. 5, 1877; p. 1st Cong. Ch., Kidder, Mo., 1879-83; Stuartsville,Mo., 1883-84; Mound City, Mo., 1884-86; Bussell, Kans., 1886-; Kansas City, Mo., 1894-; watchman, book agent, store keeper and pastor, Topeka, Kans., 1902-; retired, 1917.  D. Topeka, Kans., D. 18, 1921.

Married S. 28, 1877, Mary Electa, da. of John R. Smith, Sunderland.  Ch. Mary E. (d.); William M.; Anna N. (m. F. C. Warner); John S.

1836. *Hewett, Waterman Thomas.  S. of Waterman T. and Sarah W. (Parsons), b. Miami, Mo., Jan. 10, 1846.  M. A., A. C., 1871; Ph. D., Cornell, 1879.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Nichols Latin School, Lewiston, Me.; A. C., 1864-67, 1868-69.  Studied Athens, Greece, 1869-70; Heidelberg, Germany; asst. prof. of No. European languages Cornell, 1870-83, and prof. of Germanic languages, 1883-1910; prof. emeritus cornell, 1910-21, residing Oxford, England, 1913-17.  Delegate of Cornell to U. of Bologna, 1907, and of Amer. Philosophical Society to Univs. of Geneva and Leipsig, 1909.  member extraordinary Fisiansoc. of History, Antiquities and Philology, 1880-; foreign member Royal Soc. of British Literature and member other societies.  Co-operated with British Foreign Office in presenting Allied cause to U. S.; connected with Brit. Commission on German Outrages.  Wrote The Frisian Language and Literature and many articles; ed. several texts.  D. London, Eng., S. 1921.

Married (1) Je. 22, 1880, Emma, da. of George Mc Chain, Ithaca, N. Y., who d. S. 18, 183; (2) D. 18, 1889, Katherine Mary Locke, Neuilly, Paris.  Ch. Gladys M. (d.).

1837. *Hobbie, William Roscoe.  S. of William Henry and Sarah Chase (Gilkey), b. Unity, Me., D. 22, 1848.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Cleveland (O.) Central H. S.  Gen. agent for publications of A. J. Johnson, 1869-72; junior member Phoenix Paper Co., Battenville, N. Y., 1872-1909; sole proprietor of the business, 1909-22; r. Greenwich, N. Y.  Member N. Y. legislature, 4 terms.  D. St. Petersburg, Fla., D. 3, 1924.

Married Je. 2, 1880, Phebe, da. of Roswell Walsh, Greenwich, N. Y.  Ch. Phebe (m. S. Ralph Washburn); Edward; Marian (m. Dwight Marvin).

1838. Holland, William Jacob.  S. of Rev. Francis Raymond and Augusta Eliza (Wollé), b. Bethany, Jamaica, W. I., Aug. 16, 1848.  M. A., A. C., 1872; Ph. D., 1886 and Sc. D., 1902, Washington and Jefferson; D. D., A. C., 1888; LL. D., Dickinson, 1896; N. Y. U., 1897; Bethany, 1905; St. Andrew's, 1905.  Sigma Chi; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared with William G. Meinung, Salem, N. C., and at Moravian Coll., Bethlehem, Penn., 1863-67; A. C., 1868-69.  Studied theology Bethlehem, Penn., 1867-68; prin. Amherst and Westboro High Schools, 1869-71; Princeton T. S., 1871-74; ordained as Deacon, Moravian Ch., May 12, 1872; s. s. 4th Moravian Ch., Philadelphia, Penn., 1871; s. s. 2nd Moravian Ch., Philadelphia, 1872-73; Presb. Ch., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 1873; Central Cong. Ch., Philadelphia, 1874; p. Bellefield Presb. Ch., Pittsburgh, Penn., 1874-91; prof. of ancient languages Penn. Female Coll., 1878-79; chancellor Western U. of Penn. (U. of Pittsburgh), 1891-1901; director Carnegie Museum (Carnegie Institute), Pittsburgh, Penn., 1898-1922, director emeritus, 1922-.  Naturalist U. S. Eclipse expedition to Japan, 1887, to W. Africa, 1889.  Trustee of Penn. Female Coll., 1874-; Alleghany T. S., 1877-; delegate to Pan-Presb. Council, Edinburgh, Scotland, and to 7th World's Conference of Evangelical Alliance, 1877; permanent clerk of Presbytery, Pittsbugh, Penn.  Vice-president and chairman executive com. Carnegie Hero Fund Commission; councillor Assoc. for International Conciliation; Belgian Consul Western Penn., 1918-22.  Ritter d. Kon. Pruss. Kronen-Ordens, 111 Kl.; Officier de la Legion d'Honneur, 1908; Offizier d. K. K. Franz Josefs Orden, 1909; Comdr. d. Corona d'Italia, 1910; Knight (2cl.) order of St. Stanislas, Russia, 1911; Comdr. Ord. Civil Alfonzo 12, Spain, 1913; Comdr. Ord. of Crown of Belgium, 1919.  President Entomol. Soc. West. Penn.; Amer. Assoc. of Museums, 1907-09; fellow Zool. and Entomol. Soc. of London; A. A. A. S.; Amer. Geol. Soc.; Royal Soc. Edinburgh; hon. member Royal Acad. Bologna; Acad. Sciences of La Plata; Royal Soc. Archaeology and Geography of Sweden; Royal Acad. of Science of Spain; member many other socs. both here and Europe.  Wrote The Butterfly Book; The Moth Book; To the River Platte and Back; The Butterfly Guide; many scientific papers; ed. Annals, and Memoirs, Carnegie Museum.

Married Jan. 23, 1879, Carrie, da. of John Moorhead, Pittsburgh, Penn.  Ch. Moorhead B.; Francis R.

Address, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Penn.

1839. *Howes, Clarence Linden.  S. of Woodbridge Ruggles and Mary Washburn (White), b. Mattapoisett, Mch. 25, 1848.  B. S., M. I. T., 1873; M. D., Long Island Coll. Hospital, 1878.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Hanover Acad.; A. C., 1866-69.  Taught Pembroke; Spencertown (N. Y.) Acad.; Rockland H. S., 1869-71; studied civil engineering, M. I. T., 1871-73; civil engineer U. S. Harbor and River Survey and U. S. Coast Survey, 1873-75; taught Elliot Grammar and Boston Latin Schools, 1876-77; studied medicine Dartmouth, 1877; Long Island Coll. Hospital, 1878; practised Hanover, 1878-1917.  Member Hanover school board, over 30 yrs.  Wrote numerous A. C. and class poems, and other occasional papers.  D. Hanover, Mch. 7, 1917.

Married O. 3, 1878, Mary O., da. of Jonathan Hapsgood, Worcester.  Ch. Frederick H. (d.); Caroline B.

1840. *Keese, William Amasa.  S. of Levi and Susan Lee (Micore), b. Louisville, Miss., D. 23, 1846.  M. A., A. C., 1874.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Lowell H. S.  Taught Stamford, Conn., 1869-70; Newton T. S., 1870-73; ordained Ellsworth, Me., Jy. 31, 1873 and p. there, 1873-77; Calvary Baptist Ch., Salem, 1877-83; Carey Ave.  Baptist Ch., Chelsea, 1883-88; Trinity Cong. Ch., Lawrence, 1889-95.  D. Lunenburg, S. 1, 1895.

Married F. 15, 1876, Elizabeth E., da. of Rev. H. D. Hodge, E. Charlotte, Vt.  3 da., 1 s.

1841. *Kellogg, John Edward.  S. of Eleazer and Sally (Roberts), b. Amherst, Jy. 2, 1845.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  On editorial staff The Springfield Republican, 1869-70; in office Associate Press, N. Y. City, 1870-71; with the Springfield Republican, 1871-72; Daily Gazette, Taunton, 1872-73; ed. of Fitchburg Daily Sentinel and part owner of Sentinel Printing Co., 1873-1903; president of the corporation, 1903-15.  Member Fitchburg school board, 1889-92, 1897-1903; trustee Fitchburg Public Library, 1897-1915; director Fidelity Co-Operative Bank, 1888-1915; clerk of Common Council, 1880-89; in state legislature, 1894, 1895.  D. Pinehurst, N. C., Jan. 5, 1915.

1842. *Kittredge, Alvah Baylies.  S. of Rev. Charles Baker and Sarah (Brigham), b. Westboro, F. 3, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1878.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Groton Acad. and with Rev. James Tufts, Monsor.  6th Regt. Mass. Inf., 1864.  Instructor in gymnastics A. C., 1869-70.  D. Westboro, O. 4, 1870.

Married O. 3, 1870, Alice W., da. of James M. Gordon, Auburndale.

1843. *Larned, Stephen Holmes.  S. of Thomas Morris and Lucy (Holmes), b. Dudley, Jy. 10, 1847.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Nichols Acad., Dudley.  Accountant Webster, 1869-70; with N. A. Lombard & Co., Worcester, 1870-73; Sargent Card Clothing Co., Worcester, 1873-; gen. manager Standard Silk Co., 18(?)-1908; clerk Sunday School Times office, Philadelphia.  D. Swarthmore, Penn., Jy. 9, 1923.

Married (1) Jy. 20, 1871, Hattie N., da. of William Boltwood, Amherst, who d. May 27, 1872; (2) Jan. 5, 1876, Susan Maria, da. of Joel S. Everett, Worcester.  Ch. Margaret (m. Bayard Eckhard); Helen (d.); Ruth; Amy (m. Carl G. Haswig); Dorothy.

1844. Lewis, Francis Draper.  S. of Joseph W. and Ann Homer (Kidder), b. Boston, Aug. 29, 1849.  LL. B., Harvard, 1871.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Episcopal Acad., Philadelphia, Penn.  Harvard L. S., 1869-71; admitted to bar, Philadelphia, Penn., May 23, 1872; lawyer there, 1872-, member firm Morgan, Lewis and Bockius.

Married Ap. 28, 1887, Mary Humphreys Chandler, Philadelphia, Penn.  Ch. Mary C.; Joseph W.; Julia P. (m. Effingham b. Morris, Jr.); Charles C. (d.); Anne (m. Francis C. Grant); Francis D. (d.); Winslow.

Address, 934 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia, Penn.

1845. McCormick, George.  S. of Robert and Elizabeth Finley (Blythe), b. Spring Run, Penn., N. 24, 1847.  D. D., Westminster Coll, 1886.

Prepared Milwood Acad., Shade Gap, Penn., and Academia Acad., Tuscarora, Penn.  Pittsburgh T. S., 1869-72; s. s. Centreville,Mich., 1871; ordained Butler, Penn., O. 22, 1872 and p. United Presb. Ch. there, 1872-73; United Presb. Ch., Salinas City, Cal., 1873-.

Married Ap. 18, 1872, Annie Elizabeth, da. of James Ferguson, Dry Run, Penn.  Ch. Mary b. (d.); Anna F.

Address, 436 Pajaro St., Salinas, Cal.

1846. *McNeill, James.  S. of Neal and Martha (Long), Hudson, N. Y., S. 18, 1846.

Prepared Hudson (N. Y.) Classical Institute.  Studied Phrenological Institute, N. Y. and engaged in literary work, 1869-74; traveled in West, 1874-76; teacher and promulgator of principles of physiology, hygiene and phrenology, Hudson, N. Y., 1876-; scientific bee keeping and poultry raising, since early 1880's; spent winters in Orlando, Fla., 1906-16.  President, Columbia (N. Y.) Co. Branch of Mohawk and Hudson River Humane Soc., 1905-15; on Columbia County Prohibition Work; hon. member W. C. T. U.  D. N. Y. City, O. 24, 1916.

1847. *Matthews, Henry Martyn.  S. of Isaac V. and Phebe A. (Brookes), b. Covington, N. Y., Ap. 16, 1843.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Middlebury Acad., Wyoming, N. Y.; Union, 1865-68; A. C., 1868-69.  Studied law with Lanning, Folsom and Willett, Buffalo, N. Y., 1969-72; admitted to bar, Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1872; practised there, 1872; admitted to bar, Ill., 1873; practised Chicago, Ill., 1873-1917, senior partner firm Matthews and Dicker, 1882-1917.  Co. H 9th N. Y. State Vol. Cav., 1861-62; Co. E. 136th N. Y. State Vol. Inf., 1862-64; ward master in hospital Bridgeport, Ala., 1864-65.  D. Chicago, Ill., s. 25, 1917.

Married Ap. 9, 1895, Louise, da. of Philip Pfersch, Dubuque, Ia.  Ch. Elizabeth; George D.

1848. *Montgomery, Marcus Whitman.  S. of Matthew Peter and Mary Sherwood (Bull), b. Prattsburg, N. Y., Je. 21, 1839.  M. A., A. C., 1877.

Prepared with Prof. Charles H. Parkhurst.  Ed. The Jay Torchlight, Portland, Ind., 1859-62; Wheaton Coll., Ill., 1862-65; A. C., 1866-69.  Real estate broker Cleveland, O., 1869-75; Yale T. S., 1875-78; p. Fort Scott, Kans., 1878-80; N. E. agent for Washburn Coll., Kans., 1880-81; supt. of home miss'y Missions for Minnesota and northern Territory of Dakota for A. H. M. S., and treasurer Minn. home miss'y Miss. Soc., Minneapolis, Minn., 1881-85; supt. of Scandinavian missions of A. H. M. S., Minn., 1885-94.  D. Ravenswood, Ill., F. 6, 1894.

Married Jy. 20, 1859, Mary Rosalie, da. of Daniel Votaw and sister of Elihu Hiller Votaw (A. C. 1869), Pennville, Ind.  Ch. 3 s., 1 da.

1849. Newhall, Charles Stedman.  S. of Henry H. and Sarah B. (Luther), b. Boston, O. 4, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1892. Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Union T. S., 1869-72; ordained Oriskany Falls, N. Y., D. 11, 1872 and p. there, 1872-74; a. p. Oceanic, N. J., 1874-79; traveled in the East, 1879-80; p. Postville, Ia., 1880-82; Tipton, Ia., 1882-; Keesville, N. Y.; Point Pleasant, N. J.; Brownwood, Tex.; U. S. Supt. of Forest Preserves for Northern Cal., Berkeley, Cal., 1898-; retired.  Co. K, 45th Regt. Mass. Vols., 1862-63.  Wrote Joe and the Howards; Boy in Palestine; Trees; and The Vines of North Eastern America.

Married Mch. 7, 1881, Catherine Allen, da. of Samuel Harvey, Oceanic, N. J.  Ch. Charles A.; Luther; Katherine (m. Charles H. Lee) (d.); Mary W. (d.).

Address, 2629 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, Cal.

1850. *Page, John Adams.  S. of Benjamin and Lucy (Barnard), b. Haverhill, O. 27, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1878.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Haverhill H. S.  Taught, 1869-71; connected with Dodd & Mead, N. Y. City, 1871-74; studied law with Jenness and Bartlett, Haverhill,  1874-77; admitted to bar, Mch. 12, 1878; lawyer, and banker Haverhill, 1878-94; retired, 1894.  D. Haverhill, Je. 17, 1924.

Married S. 15, 1886, Annie Webb, Bradford.

1851. *Pratt, Charles Ransom.  S. of Ransom and Sarah (Alvord), b. Elmira, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1847.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Union; Union, 1865-68; A. C., 1868-69.  Studied law Elmira, N. Y., 1869-72; admitted to bar, Jan., 1872; practised Elmira, N. Y., 1872-1907.  Cashier 2nd National Bank, Elmira, 1879-86; vice-president, 1886-; prof. of law Cornell, 1891; member N. Y. State Constitutional convention, 1894; co. judge and surrogate Chemung Co., N. Y., 1897-1903.  D. Elmira, N. Y., N. 22, 1907.

Married Ap. 10, 1879, Jane E., da. of Philo Carrier, Cuba, N. Y.  3 ch.  Alvord (A. C. 1904).

1852. *Putnam, Amos Bancroft.  S. of Osgood and Roda Ann (Hall), b. Groton, F. 27, 1846.

Prepared Lawrence Acad., Groton.  Taught Grantville, 1869-70; manufacturer Nashua, N. H.; financial agent Morss and Whyte, Boston, residing at Cambridge.  D. Boston, Je. 24, 1917.

Married Jan. 4, 1871, Fannie, da. of George Farsworth, Groton, who d. Ap. 4, 1885.

1853. *Quinby, John William.  S. of Moses and Martha P. (Norbury), b. Coxsackie, N. Y., O. 4, 1833.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Fairfield (N. Y.) Sem.; A. C., 1867-69.  Harvard D. S., 1870-71; ordained E. Bridgewater, S., 1871 and p. Unitarian Ch. there, 1871-1901.  Private 152nd Regt., N. Y. Vol. Inf., 1863.  D. E. Bridgewater, Je. 23, 1911.

1854. *Richardson, Henry Bullard.  S. of Stephen W. and Eliza (Bullard), b. Franklin, May 21, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1872.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.  Instructor in Latin and Greek A. C., 1869-73; classical teacher Springfield H. S., 1873-76; studied philology U. of Leipsig, Germany, 1876-78; instructor in Latin A. C., 1878-79; asst. prof. of Latin and instructor in German, 1879-82; prof. of German, 1882-1906.  Assisted Prof. E. P. Crowell in editing Cicero's De Senectute and De Amicitia; translated and ed. Bender's Grundriss der romischen Literaturgeschichte; prepared a complete glossary to Lessing's Emilia Galotti; Handbook of German Civilization.  D. Amherst, O. 17, 1906.

Married Jy. 13, 1869, Mary E., da. of Rufus S. Lincoln, Amherst.  Ch. Henry S. (A. C. 1904); Carrie (m. Herman Babson, A. C., 1893); Mary (m. John Reid, A. C., 1896).

1855. *Richardson, John Kendall.  S. of Stephen K. and Adelia M. (Weston), b. Woburn, Jy. 11, 1843.  M. A., A. C., 1871.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Woburn H. S.  Tutor in mathematics A. C., 1869-72; prin. Amherst H. S., 2 terms; classical teacher Williston Sem., 1873-76; junior master Boston Latins School, 1877-85, master, 1885-1913; retired, r. Newton, 1878-88, Wellesley Hills, and Salem.  Member Wellesley school board, 2 yrs.  Priv. Co. D, 22nd Mass. Vol. Regt., 1861-64.  Wrote Ancient America.  D. Salem, Jan. 2, 1925.

Married Aug. 18, 1869, Louisa Clotilda, da. of John W. Shepard, Woburn.

1856. *Sanderson, Julius.  S. of Courtlon and Lydia Hunt (Clapp), b. Phillipston, S. 15, 1846.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Clerk Troy House, Troy, N. Y., 1870-74; with E. W. Boughten & Co., dealers in hats and furs, Troy, N. Y., 1874-77.  D. Phillipston, Je. 3, 1877.

1857. Scarritt, William Russell.  S. of Russell and Charlotte Augusta (Gillet), b. Upper Alton, Ill., Jy. 14, 1846.  D. D., Lane U., Lawrence, Kans. (Coll. of the Christian Brotherhood, Topeka, Kans.), 1884.

Prepared Wyman's Acad., St. Louis, Mo., and City U., Upper Alton, Ill.; Yale, 1856-66; A. C., 1866-69.  Union T. S., 1869-72; resident licentiate Western T. S., 1875-76; ordained as Presb., Olathe, Kans., Ap., 1877 and p. there, 1877-80; occupied in study and travel, 1880-81; s. s. Wamego, Kans., 1881-0; writer and non-parochial clergyman, 1895-1900; assoc. rector St. George's Ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1900-03; rector Trinity Ch., Bridgewater, 1904-08; Trinity Ch., Milledgeville, Ga., 1908-11; non-parochial clergyman residing Boston, 1911-.

Married Je. 5, 1877, Elizabeth B., da. of Edward J. Mariner, Olathe, Kans.  Ch. William R.; Louise; Enid; Gwendolen; Linda.

Address, c/o W. R. Scarritt, Jr., Tremont Bldg., Boston.

1858. *Seabury, Joseph Bartlett.  S. of Joseph and Catherine (Bartlett), b. New Bedford, Mch. 17, 1846.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Submaster Taunton H. S., 1869-71; Andover T. S., 1871-74; s. s. Berkeley, Cal., 6 mos.; ordained Lowell, S. 8, 1875 and p. John St. Ch., there, 1875-82; Dedham, 1886-99; w. c. Wellesley Hills, 1899-.  Wrote Vision of a Short Life; Porto Rico; ed. several English texts.  D. Natick, Jy. 5, 1923.

Married S. 30, 1874, Martha Daniels, da. of John W. Mason, Andover.  Ch.  Helen M. (d.); Warren B. (d.); Joseph S.; Mason H.; Mortimer; Katherine (m. Gordon Curtis).

1859. Skidmore, Sidney Tuthill.  S. of Albert and Charity M. (Tuthill), b. Wading River, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1871; S. C. D., Franklin Marshall, 1905.

Prepared Fort Edward Institute, N. Y.  Prin. Gallia Acad., Gallipolis, O., 1869-70; prin. Norwood Sem., N. J., 1870-71; licensed to preach by Conf. of Moravian Church, Bethlehem, Penn., N. 20, 1872; teacher of natural science Bethlehem, Penn., 1871-75; asst. prof. of physics U. of Penn., 1875-76; prof. of physics and astonomy Philadelphia Normal School, Philadelphia, Penn., 1876-1920; director of science laboratory, 1893-1920; retired.  Member Amer. Chemical Soc.; Franklin Institute, Philadelphia; Camden Astronomical Soc.  Wrote many pamphlets on religious, ethical and philosophical subjects.

Married (1) D. 30, 1877, Mary E., da. of John B. Humphreys, Providence, R. I., who d. N. 23, 1878; (2) S. 25, 1885, Sadie J. Dewhurst, Philadelphia, Penn.  Ch. Louisa B. (m. Giles M. Smith).

Address, 1706 North 18th St., Philadelphia, Penn.

1860. *Slocum, Winfield Scott.  S. of William F. and Margaret (Tinker), b. Grafton, May 1, 1848.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Grafton H. S.  Taught Holden, 1869-70; studied law office of Slocum and Staples, Boston, 1870-71; admitted to bar, O. 25, 1871; practised Boston, 1871-1915, member firm W. F. and W. S. Slocum.  Member Newton school board, 1874-76; city solicitor Newton, 1881-1915; member Mass. House of Representative, 1887, 1888.  D. Newtonville, Jan. 29, 1915.

Married (1) O. 7, 1873, Annie A., da. of Charles S. Pulsifer, Newtonville, who d. Ap. 20, 1889; (2) Mch. 27, 1908, Sarah, da. of John L. Barry, Boston.  Ch. Agnes E. (m. Maurice b. Biscoe); Charles P. (A. C. 1907); Winfield S. (A. C. 1913).  Bro. Edward T. (A. C. 1871); William F. (A. C. 1874).

1861. Smith, Henry Preserved.  S. of Preserved and Lucy R. (Mayo), b. Troy, O., O. 23, 1847.  D. D., Maryville Coll., 1882; A. C., 1886; Coll. of New Jersey, 1887.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Dayton (O.) H. S.; Marietta, 1865-66; A. C., 1866-69.  Licensed to preach by Dayton (O.) Presbytery, Ap., 1871; Lane T. S., 1869-72; studied philosophy and theology U. of Berlin, Germany, 1872-74; instructor in church history Lane T. S., 1874-75; in Hebrew, Lane T. S., 1875-76; studied Hebrew U. of Leipsig, Germany, 1876-77; asst. prof. of Hebrew Lane T. S., 1877-93; studied in Egypt and Palestine, 1894-95; prof. of biblical literature A. C., 1897-1906; prof. of history of religions Meadville T. S., 1907-13; librarian of Union T. S., 1913-15; librarian and prof. of Hebrew, Union T. S., 1915-.  Wrote Biblical Scholarship and Inspiration; Commentary of the Books of Samuel; The Bible and Islam; Old Testament History; The Religion of Israel; numerous articles.  Member Amer. Orient Soc.; Soc. of Biblical Literature; Deutsche Morgenlandisch Gesellschaft; Century Assoc.

Married D. 17, 1877, Anna, da. of Neil Macneale, Cincinnati, O.  Ch. Winifred; Preserved (A. C. 1901); Neil M. (d.); Donald M. (d.).

Address, 3041 Broadway, N. Y. City.

1862. Smith, Winthrop.  S. of Winthrop b. and Mary (Sargent), b. Cincinnati, O., O. 22, 1846.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Dwight School, Clinton, N. Y. and Edwards Place, Stockbridge.  Banker and broker Philadelphia, Penn., 1869-1912; retired.  Directory Equitable Trust Co., Penn. Nat. Bank; acting president Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co.; treasurer Nat. Electric Co.

Married (1) N. 29, 1871, M. Florence, da. of Edward Chapman, So. Framingham, who d. N. 2, 1911; (2) Jy. 2, 1913, Margaret Mc Menamin, Phoenixville, Penn.  5 s., 1 da.

Address, Glenside, Penn.

1863. Stickel, Edwin Charles.  S. of Peter and Hannah (Bell), b. Lewisberry, Penn., D. 1, 1844.  M. A., Oberlin, 1885.

Prepared Oberlin Coll.; Oberlin, 1865-67; A. C., 1867-69.  Taught Selma, Ala., 1869-71; Andover T. S., 1871-74; prof. of Latin Talladega Coll., 1874-75; ordained Oberlin, O., S. 20, 1875; a. p. Cong. Ch., Montgomery, Ala., 1875-77; Mazomanie, Wis., 1877-79; Boscobel, Wis., 1880-81; w. c. Oberlin, O., 1881; a. p. Tougaloo, Miss.; treasurer and business manager Fisk U., Tenn., 1883-1904; with Farr's Walker Dept. Store, Los Angeles, Cal., 1905-.  Co. K, 150th Regt., Ohio Vols., 1864.

Married (1) Aug. 1, 1870, Anna W., da. of Lucius Spencer, Oberlin, O.; (2) Aug. 28, 1874, Luretta R. Chamberlin, Oberlin, O.  Ch.  Alma L.

Address, 1632 Reid St., Los Angeles, Cal.

1864. Stoddard, Francis Hovey.  S. of Solomon and Frances E. (Grenwood), b. Middlebury, Vt., Ap. 25, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1886; Ph. D., Western U., Penn., 1896; LL. D. , N. Y. U., 1914.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared with Prof. Josiah Clark, Northampton.  Taught Westchester, N. Y., 1869-71; in business N. Y. City, 1871-73; manufacturer Northampton, 1873-; prof of English language and literature N. Y. U., 1889-1914; dean Coll. of Arts and Sciences N. Y. U., 1910-14; prof. emeritus, 1914-.  Wrote The Modern Novel; The Ideal in Literature; The Uses of Rhetoric; The Study of the English Language; and other books.

Married May 14, 1873, Lucy M., da. of Hinsdale Smith, Springfield.  Ch. Lucy.

Address, 22 West 68th St., N. Y. City.

1865. *Tenney, Albert Francis.  S. of Francis Vergnies (A. C. 1841) and Jane (Hutchins), b. So. Braintree, Jy. 24, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1904.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Salem H. S.  Taught Philadelphia, Penn., 1869-70; Union T. S., 1870-72; taught Wilmington, Del., 1872-73; Sing Sing, N. Y., 1873-79; candidate for orders in Prot. Episc. Church. Diocese of N. Y., 1879-82; ordained as deacon Diaconate, Je. 4, 1882, as priest, D. 21, 1882; recotr All Saints Ch., Briar Cliff, Sing Sing, N. Y., 1882-93; Christ Ch., Pelham Manor, N. Y., 1893-1918; instructor in elocution General T. S., N. Y. City, 1902-18.  D. Pelham Manor, N. Y., Aug. 10,1918.

Married Aug. 16, 1876, Elizabeth R., da. of Thomas Wallace, Philadelphia, Penn., who d. Mch. 31, 1888.  Ch. Albert F.; Laura W.

1866. *Thompson, Daniel Greenleaf.  S. of Danield P. and Eunice (Robinson), b. Montpelier, Vt., F. 9, 1850.  Ph. D., A. C., 1894.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Washington Co.  Grammer School, Montpelier, Vt.  Asst. sec. of state of Vt., several terms while in college; private tutor, and studied law with brother George R., N. Y. City, 1869; teacher of classics Springfield H. S., 1870-72; admitted to bar, N. Y. City, D. 13, 1872; practised N. Y. City, 1872-97.  Wrote A First Book in Latin; A System of Psycology; The Problem of Evil; The Religious Sentiments of the Human Mind; Social Progress; The Philosophy of Fiction in Literature; Politics in a Democracy; The Scientific Method in Social Reform; Herbert Spencer; also various contributions to periodicals.  D. N. Y. City, Jy. 10, 1897.

Married Mch. 31, 1881, Henrietta, da. of Jabesh Gallup, Cleveland, O.

1867. *Tracy, Alfred Edwards.  S. of Ira and Adaline (White), b. W. Brookfield, Jy. 2, 1845.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Platteville and Lancaster Acads., Wis.; Beloit, 1865-66; A. C., 1866-69.  Chicago T. S., 1869-70; Andover T. S., 1870-72; ordained Harvard, S. 4, 1872 and p. Cong. Ch. there, 1872-74; a. p. Oconomowoc, Wis., 1874-78; Springfield, Mo., 1878-79; p. Wilton, N. H., 1879-85; Bethany Ch., Foxboro, 1885-88; home miss'y Miss Ch., Ontario, Cal., 1888-98; Wilton, N. H., 1900-04; Chula Vista, Cal., 1904-08; La Jolla, Cal., 1908-09.  Trustee Pomona Coll., many yrs. and sec. of board.  Co. A, 41st Regt. Wis. Vols., 1864.  D. Los Angeles, Cal., Jy. 5, 1909.

Married Jy. 2, 1872, Katherine S., da. of Hiram Harwood, Springfield, Mo.  5 ch.

1868. *Votaw, Elihu Hilles.  S. of Daniel and Sarah (Hilles), b. New Garden, O., Je. 21, 1836.  M. A., A. C., 1872.

Prepared Liber Acad., Ind. and Wheaton Coll., Ill., 1865-66; studied with C. H. Parkhurst, Amherst; A. C., 1866-69.  In business Springfield and N. Y. City, 1869-70; taught Yonkers, N. Y., 1870-72; Cleveland, O., 1872-74; studied theology in private; ordained Cleveland, O., Aug. 28, 1874; a. p. Rockport, O., 1874; Brooklyn, O., 1875-77; Berea, O., 1877-81; Manhattan, Kans., 1881-83; St. Paul, Minn, 1883-85; Geneva, O., 1885-91; p. Princeton, Ill., 1891-95; Exira, Ia., 1895-1901; retired.  D. Princeton, Ill., Mch. 4, 1902.

Married S. 1, 1859, Harriet Adelaide, da. of Benjamin Weber, Springville, N. Y.  7 ch.  Clyde W. (A. C. 1888).

1869. *Warn, William Hilton.  S. of Richard Hilton and Margaret (Gray), b. Martin, Mich., Ap. 25, 1845.  M. D., Columbia, 1871.

Prepared Union H. S., Ann Arbor, Mich.; U. of Mich., 1864-66; A. C., 1866-69.  U. of Michigan M. S., 1869-70; Columbia M.S., 1870-71; physician Lowell, 1871-72; studied at General Hospital Vienna, Austria, 1872-73; physician Chicago, Ill., 1874-76; Denver, Col., 1877-82; prof. of gynecology Denver Med. Coll., and ed. and publisher Colorado Medical Journal.  D. Denver, Col., Jan. 7, 1882.

1870. *Woods, Robert McEwen.  S. of Josiah B. and Francis C. (Belcher), b. Enfield, Jan. 24, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1871; D. D., A. C., 1906.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Highland Military Acad., Worcester and with Prof. Josiah Clark, Northampton; A. C., 1864-69.  Union T. S., 1869-70; Andover T. S., 1870-71; Yale T. S., 1874-75; instructor in English A. C., 1871-73; in mathematics A. C., 1872-73; ordained Hatfield, N. 21, 1877 and p. Cong. Ch. there, 1877-1909.  Trustee Smith Coll., 1877-1909; overseer Charitable fund A. C., 1882-1909; trustee Dickinson Hospital, Northampton; trustee and treasurer Smith Acad., Hatfield; trustee Hatfield Public Library; presidential elector from 1st Mass. district, 1904.  D. Hatfield, Je. 19, 1909.

Married O. 29, 1879, Anna, da. of Rev. S. B. Fairbank, Ahmednuggur, India.  9 ch.  Josiah B. (A. C. 1905); Katharine (m. Edward N. Lacy, A. C., 1890); Margaret (m. Randolph S. Merrill A. C., 1913).


*Adams, Henry.  S. of Charles Baker (A. C. 1834) and Mary (Holmes), b. Middlebury, Vt., O. 31, 1845. Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1865-68.  Apothecary in Naval Hospital, Washington, D. C., 1869-71; clerk P. O. Dept., Washington, D. C., 1873-76; grad. Nat. Coll. Pharmacy, Washington, D. C., 1876; druggist Amherst, 1876-1907.  D. Springfield, O. 8, 1907.  Ch. Chas B. (A. C. 1896); Henry (A. C. Eastman 1905).  Bro. Edward H. (A. C. ex 1862).
*Bacon, Frank Choate.  S. of Dr. Amasa D., b. Gloucester, May 7, 1850.  Prepared Sharon; A. C., 1865-67.  Bookkeeper Boston.  D. Dorchester, O. 21, 1903.
*Bessey, Alden Edward.  S. of Erastus, b. Hebron, Me., Jan. 1, 1838.  Prepared Hebron (Me.) Acad.; A. C., 1866-68.  M. D., Me. M. S., 1870; practised Centre Sidney, Me.  D. Waterville, Me., Je. 15, 1903.
*Brown, John Randolph.  S. of Marcus B., b. Orient, L. I., N. 8, 1846.  Prepared Amenia, N. Y.; A. C., 1865-68.  D. Aug. 9, 1868.
*Chittenden, Henry Reed.  S. of Nelson H., b. Jan. 23, 1842; registered from Flint, Mich.  Oberlin, 1865-67; A. C., 1867-68; grad. Oberlin, 1869.  Studied theology, 18969-70; prin. Prep. Dept. Berea Coll. Ky., 1870-75; supt. of schools Oberlin, O., 1876-78.  D. Cahto, Cal., Je. 24, 1879.
*Gilson, Jewett Castello.  S. of Freedom, b. Rockingham, Vt., May 23, 1844.  Prepared Chester (Vt.) Acad. and Green Mountain Institute; A. C., 1865-66.  Taught N. Y. and Cal.; supt. of public instruction Alameda Co., Cal., 1878-83; prin. Gilson's Normal and Special Training School, 1895-1900; prin. Swett and Longfellow Schools, 1900-20.  Wrote Wealth of the World's Waste Places and Oceania; on staff of Oakland Daily Tribune, 3 yrs.  D. Oakland, Cal., F. 25, 1926.
*Hill, Don Gleason.  S. of George and Sylvia (Grant), b. W. Medway, Jy. 12, 1847.  LL. B., Albany L. S., 1870; M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1894.  Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1865-67.  Grad. Albany L. S., 1870; admitted to N. Y. bar; studied office of C. H. Deans, Medway, 1870-71; admitted to Norfolk Co. bar, S. 25, 1871; in office of Waldo Colburn, Dedham, 1871-75; in partnership with Charles A. Mackintosh, 1875-.  Town clerk Dedham, 1880-; selectman Dedham, 1882; assessor; overseer of the poor; director Dedham Mutual Fire Insurance Co.; trustee Dedham Public Library; president Dedham Historical Soc.  D. Dedham, F. 10, 1914.
*Hobbs, Isaac Henry.  S. of Charles W., b. So. Berwick, Me., Aug. 9, 1849.  Prepared Berwick Acad.; A. C., 1865-66.  D. Jy. 8, 1870.
*Humphrey, Henry Correll.  S. of Henry M. and Ann O., b. E. Windsor, Conn., Je. 10, 1848.  Prepared Stamford, Conn.; A. C., 1865-66; grad. Sheffield Scientific School, 1870.  Studied chemistry Berlin, Germany, 1870-72; chemist Philadelphia, Penn., 1872-78; N. Y. City, 1878-; with Corn Products Refining Co., N. Y. City, 1901-14.  D. Hackensack, N. J., Jan. 9, 1916.
*Johnston, John Boyd.  S. of John M. and Sally (Boyd), b. Hillsboro, O., Ap. 4, 1848.  Prepared Hillsboro, O.; A. C., 1866; grad. Miami U., O., 1868.  Lane T. S., 1869-70; Union T. S., 1870-71; s. s. Hillsboro, O., 1872-73; p. Hampden and Mc Arthur, O., 1873-74; Hillsboro, O., 1875-76; Edgewood, Ill., 1876-78; Hillsboro, Ill., 1878-79; Storrs Ch., Cincinnati, O., 1883-86; Olive Branch Ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1888-89; Malta, Ill., 1890-96; Atkinson, Ill., 1896-99; Wataga, Ill., 1900-05; Crystal Lake, Ill., 1907-12; Rock Falls, Ill., 1906-16.  D. Wheaton, Ill., Jan. 17, 1917.
*McGraw, Thomas Henry.  S. of Joseph and Sarah (Sears), b. Dryden, N. Y., Jy. 17, 1846.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1881.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Dryden, N. Y.; A. C., 1865-67.  In lumber business Albany, N. Y., 1867-70; Portsmouth, Mich., 1870-79; Bay City, Mich., 1879-80; Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1880-92; Rochester, N. Y., 1892-1909.  D. Rochester, N. Y., Je. 22, 1909.
*Meacham, Lewis.  S. of Rev. James and Mary F., b. New Haven, Vt., Mch. 4, 1846.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1867.  Tutor Christian Coll., Ind., 1868; reporter and proof reader Times and Tribune, Chicago, Ill., 1869-71; private sec. Mayor Medill, 1871-72; ed. Rutland Herald, 1874; reporter and assoc. ed. Chicago Tribune, 1875-78.  Priv. Vt. Regt. and 1st Lieut. N. Y. Highlanders, 1862-65.  D. Chicago, Ill., O. 2, 1878.
*Miller, Joseph Chapman Blanchard.  S. of Dr. Seth P., b. Worcester, Mch. 11, 1848.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Worcester H. S.; A. C., 1865-66.  D. D. 11, 1866.
*Morse, Henry Tyler.  S. of John B., b. Westminster, Vt., Ap. 5, 1844.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad.; A. C., 1865-67.  Supt. of schools Westminster, Vt., 1868-69; r. Minnesota, 1869-70.  D. Westminster, Vt., S. 18, 1870.
Pike, George Albert.  B. Newburyport, Aug. 24, 1848.  M. D.  Prepared Newburyport H. S.; A. C., 1865.  Physician Bristol, R. I.
*Warren, Henry Pitt.  S. of Rev. William and Mary H. (Lamson), b. Gorham, Me., Mch. 20, 1846.  L. H. D., Rutgers, 1902; williams, 1908.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Gorham Acad. and Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1865-66; grad. Yale, 1870.  Taught New Bedford, 1870-72; prin. Dover (N. H.) H. S., 1872-75; Bangor T. S., 1875-76; in the South for his health, 1876-77; supt. of schools. Dover, N. H., 1877-79; prin. State normal School, Plymouth, N. H., 1879-83; English master Lawrenceville (N. J.) School, 1883-87; head master Albany (N. Y.) Acad., 1887-1919.  Wrote Stories from English History.  D. Albany, N. Y., May 27, 1919.
Wells, Lucian Ethalston.  S. of Samuel B. and Delia A. (Bolles), b. Athens, Vt., Jy. 28, 1844.  M. A. (hon.), [A. C.,] 1873.  Prepared Leland and Grey Sem., Townshend, Vt.; A. C., 1865-66.  M. D., Albany Med. Coll., 1870; physician Mich. and R. I.  Address, 23 Everett St., Dorchester, Mass.
*Williams, Harry Young.  S. of John M. and Mary J. (Bigelow), b. Lebanon, O., Je. 13, 1846.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Hamilton, O.; A. C., 1865-67.  In Internal Revenue collector's office Charlestown, W. Va., 1867-68; manufacturer of chairs Williams and Co., Toledo, O., 1868-1915.  D. Toledo, O., Jan. 1, 1915.
Williamson, Wallace Winant.  S. of Winant P., b. Malone, N. Y., D. 5, 1845.  Prepared Franklin Acad., Malone, N. Y.; A. C., 1865-68.  Studied Penn. Dental Coll.; dentist Potsdam, N. Y.; Oswego, N. Y., 1872.  Address, 1317 East Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y.

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