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1921. *Adams, George Crawford.  S. of Samuel and Mary B. (Martin), b. Castine, Me., Mch., 7, 1850.  M. A., A. C., 1874; D. D., Illinois Coll., 1888.

Prepared Castine (Me.) H. S.  Taught Meriden, Conn., 1871-72; Wallingford, Conn., 1872; Yale T. S., 1872-75; ordained Hillsboro, Ill., Aug. 18,1875 and p. there, 1875-77; Alton, Ill., 1877-81; est. and p. Compton Hill Cong. Ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1881-96; 1st Ch. San Francisco, Cal., 1896-1910.  Trustee Illinois Coll.; Drury Coll., Mo.; chairman State home miss'y Miss. Soc. of Mo.  D. San Francisco, Cal., S. 3, 1910.

Married May 22, 1874, Mercie P., da. of Otis S. Shepardson, W. Brooksville, Me.  11 ch.

1922. Bailey, Sidney Emory.  S. of Emory and Caroline M. (Palmer), b. Saxton's River, Vt., S. 24, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1874.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared with Rev. Willliam N. Wilbur and Rev. Joseph A. Leach.  Andover T. S., 1871-74; teacher Swampscott, 1878-81; prin. Grammar School, E. Walpole, 1881-82; Walpole H. S., 1882-.

Address, 22 Rockland St., Swampscott, Mass.

1923. Barnes, Luther Emerson.  S. of Lucius and Nancy Town (Cole), b. Hardwick, N. 19, 1843.

Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1866, 1867-71.  Studied law with Bacon and Aldrich, Worcester, and with William L. Smith, Springfield, 1871-73; admitted to bar, D. 1873; teacher, 1873; lawyer No. Brookfield, 1873-.

Married (1) Ap. 8, 1874, Maria L., da. of Peltiah Sheldon, Leominster; (2) Jan. 14, 1903, Lillian Francis Dam, No. Brookfield.

Address, High St., No. Brookfield, Mass.

1924. *Blanchard, Joseph Nathaniel.  S. of Justus W. and Olive (Baker), b. Albany, N. Y., Jy. 1, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1874; D. D., A. C., 1895. Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Classical Institute, Albany, N. Y.  Berkeley D. S., Middletown, Conn., 1871-74; ordained deacon Albany, N. Y., May 31, 1874 and priest St. Paul's Ch., Albany, N. Y., F. 21, 1875; rector St. Paul's Ch., Greenwich, N. Y., 1875; St. James' Ch., Fordham, N. Y. U., 1875-85; St. John's Ch., Detroit, Mich., 1885-90; St. James' Ch., Philadelphia, Penn., 1890-1900; St. John's Ch., Northampton, 1900-01; Trinity Ch., Boston, 1902-04; St. Peter's Ch., Morristown, N. J., 1905-06; Grace Ch., Madison, N. J., 1907-12.  Wrote The Outlook of the Twentieth Century.  President Northwest Convocation; president Diocesan Board of Missions, Diocese of Newark; arch-deacon of Morristown.  Member Acad. of Political and Social Science; Penn. Hist. Soc.; N. E. Soc. of Philadelphia; Loyal Legion.  D. N. Y. City, N. 27, 1912.

Married Je. 3, 1880, Harriet Louise, da. of Rev. William Anderson, Fordham, N. Y.

1925. *Bliss, Edwin Munsell.  S. of Isaac Grout (A. C. 1844) and Eunice (Day), b. Erzroom, Turkey, S. 12, 1848.  D. D., A. C., 1896.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Robert Coll., Constantinople, Turkey.  Yale D. S., 1871-72, 1875-77; ordained New Haven, Conn., May 18, 1877; asst. agent Amer. Bible Society for the Levant, 1872-75, 1877-98; assoc. ed. The Independent, 1891-1901; editorial work for Harper's Weekly and N. Y. Times; connected with Census Bureau, Washington, D. C., 1907-19.  Chairman publicity committee Miss'y Ecumentical Conf. on Foreign Missions, N. Y. City, 1900.  Wrote a Concise History of Missions; The Encyclopaedia of Missions; The Missionary Enterprise; The Turk in Armenia, Crete and Greece; Summary of State Laws Relating to Dependent Classes; edited census report of Religious Bodies, 1910 and a Report on Benevolent Institutions, 1913.  D. Washington, D. C., Aug. 7, 1919.

Married (1) Je. 5, 1879, Minnie L., da. of Alexander J. Henderson, N. Y. City, who d. D. 12, 1887; (2) N. 8, 1900, E. Theodora, da. of Joseph A. Crosby, Georgetown.  Bro. Charles L. (A. C. 1888).

1926. *Bridgman, Raymond Landon.  S. of Richard Baxter and Mary (Nutting), b. Amherst, S. 26, 2848.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Amherst H. S.; A. C., 1866-69, 1870-71.  With The Springfield Republican, 1871; Taunton Daily Gazette, 2 mos.; Daily Evening Telegraph, 1872; Worcester Spy, 1873-74; Yale Post Graduate dept., 1874-76; Boston Daily Advertiser 1876-84.  Legislative correspondent for several newspapers Mass. State House, 47 yrs.  President Mass. State House Press Assoc., many yrs.  Wrote The Independents of Massachusetts in 1884; Ten Years of Massachusetts; Biennial Elections; The Master Idea; Loyal Traitors; World Organizations; The Passing of the Tariff; The First Book of World Law; Mass. Constitutional Convention of 1917.  D. Auburndale, F. 20, 1925.

Married Jan. 6, 1880, Mary A. M., da. of Enos D. Williams, Amherst.  Ch.  Percy W.; Florence N.  Bro. Herbert L. (A. C. 1866); Arthur M. (A. C. 1873).

1927. *Brownell, Charles Henry.  S. of Abner C. and Eliza A. (Smith), b. Cleveland, O., Je. 2,1847.  LL. B., Columbia, 1875.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Cleveland (O.) H. S.  Columbia L. S., 1873-75; lawyer Indianapolis, Ind., 1875-78; broker and banker Peru, Ind., 1878-; president Citizens' National Bank, Peru, Ind.  Director of the Union Trust Co. and the National Bank of Indianapolis.  D. Peru, Ind., Ap. 7, 1924.

Married Aug. 23, 1882, Augusta Pauline, da. of John Erhardt, N. Y. City.  Ch. Caroline B. (m. Edward W. Averill); Emma B. (m. Robert A. Mason).

1928. Brownell, William Crary.  S. of Isaac W. and Lucia E. (Brown), b. N. Y. City, Aug. 30, 1851.  L. H. D., A. C., 1896; D. Litt., Columbia, 1910; LL. D. , A. C., 1916.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Charles Institute, Newport, R. I.  With the N. Y. World, 1871-79; with The Nation, 1879-81; traveled in Europe, 1881-84; with the Philadelphia Press, 1884-88; literary advisor to Charles Scribner's Sons, N. Y., 1888-.  Wrote French Traits:  An Essay on Comparative Criticism; French Art:  Classic and Contemporary Painting and Sculpture; Victorian Prose Master; American Prose Master; Newport; Criticism; Standards.  Member Amer. Acad. of Arts and Letters.

Married Jan. 3, 1878, Virginia S., da. of Daniel T. Swinburne, Newport, R. I.

Address, 597 5th Ave., New York, N. Y.

1929. Butler, Samuel Patterson.  S. of Thomas S. and Jane (Patterson), b. Cincinnati, O., Jy. 18, 1850.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared with Eugene F. Bliss, Cincinnati, O.  Journalist Cincinnati, O., 1871-73; Indianapolis, Ind., 1873-75; Washington correspondent of N. Y. Sun, 1875-79; clerk to Senate committee on territories 1879-81; ed. on The Commercial, Cincinnati, O.; The World, Herald, N. Y. City; in Seattle, Wash.; San Francisco, Cal., 1881-1907; orange grower, Fla., 1907-19.

Married N. 3, 1883, Ida Lamar Paige, Washington, D. C.

Address, Congers, N. Y.

1930. *Cheesman, Hobart.  S. of Benjamin Palmer and Lois Almeda (Parmenter), b. Theresa, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1879; M. D., U. of City of N. Y., 1878.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Gouverneur Wesleyan Sem., N. Y.; A. C., 1866-68, 1869-71.  Prin. Bellows Falls (Vt.) H. S., 1871-73; stationer Boston, 1873-75; U. of City of N. Y. M. S., 1875-78; physician, N. Y. City, 1878-; St. Luke's Hospital, 1878-79; attending physician for diseases of throat and chest, Northwestern Dispensary of N. Y.; asst. and instructor in post grad. school and hospital.  D. N. Y. City, Ap. 11, 1903.

Married Jan. 4, 1876, Georgianna Teal, da. of Dr. P. H. Peterson, Union Springs, N. Y.  4 ch., Myra P. (m. Henry K. Eastman, A. C. 1901).

1931. *Chickering, William Henry.  S. of Henry and Elvira P. (Allen), b. No. Adams, Ap. 19, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1874; LL. B., Boston U., 1875.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Pittsfield H. S.  Instructor Oahu Coll., Honolulu, H. I., 1871-73; studied law with Henry S. Dawes, Pittsfield, 1873-74; Boston U. L. S., 1874-75; lawyer in firm of Chickering and Thomas, later Chickering & Gregory, San Francisco, Cal., 1875-1915; director American Real Estate Co., Yonkers, N. Y.; an organizer California Fruit Canneries Co., and Alaska Packing Co.   D. Piedmont, Cal., Ap. 21, 1915.

Married N. 4, 1876, Caroline A., da. of George M. Clapp, Newburgh, N. Y.  Ch. Allen L.; Harry; Roger; Emily (m. John B. Overbury); Martha A.

1932. *Clarke, Maurice Dwight.  S. of Moses and Laura Woolsey (Dwight), b. E. Cambridge, N. 2, 1851.  M. D., Harvard, 1882.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Cambridge H. S.  Teacher Walpole, 6 mos.; local ed. Manchester (N. H.) Daily Mirror and American, 1872-76; Harvard M. S., 1878-81; house physician Boston City Hospital, 1881-82; Mc Lean Hospital Boston, 1882-83; physician Haverhill, 1884-1907.  City physician Haverhill, 1892-97; member board of health, 1892-1909; trustee Atkinson (N. H.) Acad.; member Haverhill school board, 1887-1906; member staff Hale Hospital, Haverhill; member consulting board Danvers Insane Hospital, 1890-1911, president 1896-1911.  Asst. Surgeon 8th Regiment Mass. Vol. Militia, 3 yrs.  Vice-president Mass. Med. Soc.  D. Danvers, S. 7, 1911.

Married Je. 24, 1879, Mary J., da. of Joseph Wilson, Bellows Falls, Vt.  Ch. Laura D.; Dorothy P.

1933. Clarke, Selah Merrill.  S. of Noah Turner and Laura Merrill (Mason), b. Canandaigua, N. Y., O. 10, 1851.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Canandaigua (N. Y.) Acad.; A. C., 1868-71.  Teacher of Latin and mathematics, Canandaigua Acad., 1871-72; reporter for the World, N. Y., 1872-81; with The Sun, N. Y., 1881-.

Address, 128 Henry St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

1934. Curtis, Jason Langdon.  S. of Jason Langdon and Susan Sophia (Oaks), b. Rockport, Je. 22, 1848.

Prepared Gloucester H. S.  Asst. supt. State Reform School, Westboro, 1872; asst. supt. N. J. State Reform School, Jamesburg, 1872; teacher of Young Men's School, Rockport, 1874; prin. Upton H. S., 1875; master Greenwood School, Hyde Park, 1876-.

Married Jan. 1, 1876, Carrie Flagg, da. of Rev. Luther Harris Sheldon, Westboro.  1 ch.

Address, 330 Beale St., Wollaston.

1935. *Cutting, George Rugg.  S. of Charles and Elizabeth (Temple), b. Belmont, O. 9, 1848.  M. A., A. C., 1874.  Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Psi.

Prepared Waltham H. S.  Prin. Saratoga Springs (N. Y.) H. S., 1871-72; organizer and first prin. Union School and Acad., Waterville, N. Y., 1872-83; prin. Auburn (N. Y.) H. S., 1883-86; prin. Academic Dept. Lake Forest U., Ill. and prof. of Oratory there, 1887-90; studied theology Auburn, N. Y., 1883-86; grad. Auburn T. S., 1887; ordained by presbytery, Cayuga, N. Y., Je. 1887; p. Westminster Presb. Ch., Yonkers, N. Y., 1890-1903; Ridgebury, N. Y., 1903.  Wrote Student Life at Amherst.  D. Ridgebury, N. Y., D. 28, 1903.

Married Aug. 4, 1875, Ellen L., da. of Isaac N. Choller, Homer, N. Y.  3 ch.

1936. *Day, John Eddy.  S. of Augustus E. and Lucy Ann (Short), b. So. Killingly, Conn., Mch. 26, 1851.  M. A., A. C., 1874.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1868-71.  Prin. Westboro H. S., 1871-74; supt. of schools Westboro, 1874-75; Boston U. L. S., 1875-76; admitted to bar, 1876; practised Worcester, 1876-1907.  Member Worcester board of trade.  D. Worcester, N. 12, 1907.

Married D. 7, 1876, Abbie F., da. of Hamilton B. Fay, Worcester.  6 ch.

1937. *De Mott, Edward Provost.  S. of George V. and Mary (Newkirk), b. Jersey City, N. J., D. 25, 1850.  LL. B. Columbia, 1873.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared with Herbert J. Cooke, N. Y. City; A. C., 1868-71.  Columbia L. S., 1871-73; practised Jersey City, N. J., 1874-79; engaged in manufacture of engines, boilers, etc., Jersey City, N. J., 1880-85.  D. Clifton, N. J., O. 26, 1885.

Married O. 4, 1876, J. Louise, da. of Dr. John G. Curtis, Jersey City, N. J.  1 ch.

1938. *Dunshee, Carlos Eugene.  S. of Robert and Ester (Mills), b. Twinsborough, O., Mch. 22, 1846.

Prepared Beaver Dam Acad., Wis.; A. C., 1866-68, 1869-71.  Railroad clerk, 1872; in hardware business For Wayne, Ind., 1872-79; with Hatch, Holbrook and Co., lumber dealers, Chicago, Ill., 1879-80; sec. Tenn. Lumber Co., Danville, Tenn., 1880-; with Armour & Co., Chicago, Ill., 1886-.  D.

Married 1881, Elizabeth C. Wolke, Fort Wayne, Ind.

1939. *Eldredge, Henry Warren.  S. of Rev. Erasmus Darwin (A. C. 1829) and Isabel Tappan (Hill), b. Hampton, N. J., May 17, 1846.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.  Teacher Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., 1871-72; Hartford T. S., 1872-75; ordained Becket, Jan. 18, 1876 and p. there, 1876-77; E. Weymouth, 1877-80; a. p. So. Deerfield, 1880-82; Turners Falls and Millers Falls, 1882-85; Buena Vista, Col., 1885.  D. Buena Vista, Col., Aug. 30, 1885.

Married S. 13, 1876, Jennie S., da. of Samuel Loveland, Hinsdale.  2 Ch.

1940. *Fitz, Edward Southworth.  S. of George W. and Catherine (Van Horne), b. Pembroke, N. J., S. 6, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1874; M. D., Rush Med. Coll., 1881.

Prepared Wilbraham and Monson Acads.  Private Co. K, 43rd Reg., Mass. Vols., 1862-63; chaplain and asst. supt. under Freedmen's Bureau during rest of war; Andover T. S., 1871-73; s. s. Derry, N. H., 1871-72; a. p. Park St. Cong. Ch., W. Springfield, 1872-73; ordained Southampton, May 20, 1874; and p. there, 1874-76; Rush Med. Coll. Chicago, Ill., 1877-80; physician Chicago, Ill., 1881-84; p. Presb. Ch., Mason City, Ill., 1882-83; a. p. Baptist Ch. Ridley Park, Penn., attended lectures Crozier T. S., 1884-85; p. So. Seaville, N. J., 1885-91; Roadstown, N. J., 1891-96; resided in various places and for a short time practised medicine, Philadelphia, Penn., 1896-1902.  Aided in establishing Temple Coll., Philadelphia, Penn., 1887 and had charge of Greek and Latin depts. there 2 yrs.  D. Neligh, Neb., Mch. 14, 1902.

Married Jy. 2, 1873, Sarah Elizabeth, da. of Rev. David N. Coburn, Monson.  2 ch.

1941. Forbes, William Trowbridge.  S. of Ephraim Trowbridge and Catherine (White), b. Westboro, May 24, 1850.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared with Rev. James Tufts, Monson.  Tutor in mathematics Robert Coll., Constantinople, Turkey, 1871-74; standing justice of 1st district court of Eastern Worcester, 1875-79; lawyer Westboro, 1879-88; Senator, 1886-87; Representative to Mass. Legislature, 1881, 1882; judge of probate and insolvency, Worcester Co., 1888-.  Director of Worcester Public Library and Bancroft School; trustee Leicester Acad.; Worcester Peoples' Savings Bank.  Member Antiquarian Soc.  Published various historical papers.

Married F. 5, 1884, Hariette, da. of William T. Merrifield, Worcester.  Ch. William T. M. (A. C. 1906); Allan W. (A. C. 1908); Cornelia B.; Katharine M. (m. Linwood M. Erskine); Esther L.; Malcolm S. (d.).

Address, 23 Trowbridge Rd., Worcester, Mass.

1942. *Ford, Andrew Elmer.  S. of James and Deborah H. (Jones), b. W. Abington, Aug. 17, 1850.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared No. Abington H. S.  Teacher Oxford, 1871-73; prin. Clinton H. S., 1873-1906.  Member board of directors, Bigelow Puiblic Library, Clinton; sec. and president Worcester Co. Teachers' Assoc.; president High School Masters' Club of Mass.; clerk Clinton Historical Soc.; trustee, director and treasurer Weeks Institute.  Wrote several historical items.  D. Clinton, Aug. 12, 1906.

Married Jy. 2, 1878, Ellen L., da. of Dr. G. W. Burdette, Clinton.  3 ch.

1943. *Freels, Jesse McDonald.  S. of William S. and Maria L. (Tunnell), b. Robertsville, Tenn., O., 13, 1842.  M. A., A. C., 1874; LL. B., Iowa State U., 1874.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Prep. Dept. E. Tenn. U.; E. Tenn. U., 1867-69; A. C., 1869-71.  Taught Plainview, Ill., 1871-72; studied law, 1872-73; Iowa State U. L. S., 1873-74; practised E. St. Louis, Ill., 1874-1915; city attorney, 1877-81; corporation counsel, 1903-07.  In Union Army, 3rd Registered from. Tenn. Vols., 1862-65.  D. E. St. Louis, Ill., Mch. 29, 1915.

Married (1) N. 15, 1882, Alice, da. of. of John Tunnell, Plainview, Ill., who d. O. 23, 1886; (2) D. 13, 1888, Mary B., da. of Angus S. Baker, Redbanks, N. C.  Ch. Arthur M.; Alice (m. Conrad R. Smith); Jesse B. (d.); John W.; Mary I.; Archie J.

1944. *Goss, Frank Allen.  S. of Benjamin F. and Mary F. (Witherill) (Moore), b. Waterbury, Vt., Jan. 1, 1850.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1867-70; B. A., 1902.  In office of banker and broker, Boston, 1 yr.; with father, manufacturer of Raolin, Vergennes, Vt., 1871-, manager, 1873-19004.  Director and vice-president Vergennes National Bank; treasurer, Vergennes Electric Co.; member school board several yrs.  D. Troy, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1904.

Married Je. 3, 1873, Ruth C., da. of Charles D. Keeler, Vergennes, Vt.  5 ch.

1945. Greenwood, William.  S. of Mason Monroe and Mary Spofford (Littlefield), b. Boston, Jy. 16, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1893; Ph. B., Yale, 1874; Ph. D., National Normal U., 1894.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.  Yale T. S., 1871-74; ordained Hatfield, S. 1, 1874 and p. there, 1874-76; W. Cong. Ch., Haverhill, 1877-79; w. c. and travelling in Europe, 1879-80; studied philology Boston and Cambridge, 1880-83; p. Windsor, Vt., 1883-87; teacher Rugby Acad., Philadelphia, Penn., 1890-95; prof. of Latin, Wheaton Coll., Ill., 1896-; prof. of language and economics Highland Park Coll., Ia., 1902-05; studied Chicago U., 1911-12.  Priv. 6th Mass. Vol. Inf., 1864.  Wrote Horace; Latin Essentials; Do You Speak Greek?

Married Je. 16, 1874, Julia A., da. of Rev. Henry Ballentine, Ahmednugur, India.

Address, 610 La Salle St., W. Tampa, Fla.

1946. *Hall, Edward Smith.  S. of Francis E. and Frances (Smith), b. Manchester, N. H., May 9, 1850.

Prepared Montpelier, Vt.  Teacher Granville, O., 1871-72; prin. Belchertown H. S., 1872-73; teacher Worcester, Vt., 1873-74; Canandaigua, N. Y., 1874-76; prin. Union School, Huntington, L. I., 1876-84; supt. of schools So. Norwalk, Conn., 1884-88; field supt. Amer. Miss'y Assoc., 1888-89.  D. So. Norwalk, Conn., O. 18, 1889.

Married Jy. 2, 1873, Susan M., da. of of Elijah Ayres, Amherst.

1947. *Hall, William Leroy.  S. of Albert T. and Elizabeth A. (Mitchell), b. Knox Co., Tenn., N. 24, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1874.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Prep. Dept. E. Tenn. U.  Studied law with Judge John Baxter, Knoxville, for short time; clerk of dist. court and master in chancery, Montana, 1872-76; admitted to bar, Dallas, Tex., O. 1876; proprietor and publisher Dallas Evening Commercial, Tex., 1876-78; lawyer Tenn., 1878-79; consolidated The Commercial and the Daily Herald Dallas, Tex., its assoc. proprietor and publisher, 1879-85; lawyer, 1885-1914; connected with legal department, Texas and Pacific Railroad, 1892-; asst. gen. attorney for Texas and Pacific R. R., 1903-; gen. attorney, 1906-14.  President State Press Assoc., 1884.  D. Dallas, Tex., Mch. 20, 1914.

Married Mch. 14, 1877, Helen, da. of Thomas Freeman, Trenton, Tenn.  Ch. Freeman.

1948. *Hartzell, William H.  S. of Otho and Elizabeth Clark (Johnson), b. Washington, Penn., D. 18, 1840.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Washington and Jefferson; Washington and Jefferson, 1867-68; A. C., 1869-71.  Western T. S., 1871-74; teacher Biddle U., Charlotte, N. C., 1874-75; p. Province of Quebec, 1875; ordained Glenville, Md., N. 24, 1876 and p. Deer Creek Presb. Ch. there, 1876-83; studied Philadelphia, Penn., 1883-84; s. s. St. Peter, Minn., 6 mos.; p. Westminster Ch., Worthington, Minn., 1885-89; retired and resided Minneapolis, Minn., 1889-1900; Washington, Penn., 1900-16.  Co. C, 36th Regt., Ill. Infantry, 1861-64.  D. Washington, Penn., S. 2, 1916.

Married (1) F. 12, 1885, Mary, da. of John C. Boggs, Baltimore, M. D., who d. Jy. 18, 1897; (2) Jy. 15, 1902, Mrs. Margaret (Smith), Davis, da. of William Smith, Washington, Penn.  Ch. Clinton H. (A. C. 1906); Arthur E.; William H. (d.).

1949. *Haskell, Pliny Nelson.  S. of George Henry and Abby Phoebe (Foster), b. No. Bloomfield, O., Aug. 15, 1846.  M. A., A. C., 1874; LL. B., Chicago Union L. S., 1877.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Bloomfield (O.) Acad; Western Reserve, 1867-69; A. C., 1869-71.  Supt. of schools, Hyde Park, Ill., 1871-75; studied law with Ayer and Kales, Chicago, Ill. and with Leonard Swett, 1875-77; admitted to bar, Chicago, Ill., S., 1877; practised member firm, Swett, Bates & Haskell, Chicago, Ill., 1879-82; Swett and Haskell, 1882-83; Swett, Haskell and Grosscup, 1883-84.  D. Denver, Col., Jy. 26, 1884.

Married Jy. 22, 1880, Cleora, da. of Joseph G. Stolp, Aurora, Ill.  1 da.

1950. *Hill, David.  S. of Robert and Isabell (McWilliams), b. Bushnell's Basin, Monroe Co., N. Y., F. 9, 1838.  M. A., A. C., 1875; LL. B., Boston U. L. S., 1878.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Fairfield (N. Y.) Sem.  Teacher of rhetoric and elocution, Williston Sem., 1871-76; Boston U. L. S., 1877-78; admitted to bar, Northampton, Jy., 1878; practised Northampton, 1878-95; admitted to practice in U. S. Courts, Jan. 8, 1890.  Private Co. F., 152nd Reg., N. Y. Vols., 1862; 1st Lieut., 1862-63; Capt., 1863-64.  D. Easthampton, Jan. 9, 1900.

Married Je. 7, 1880, Susan Josephine, da. of William C. Scott, Fairport, N. Y.  5 s.

1951. Homer, William Bradford.  S. of Alured and Ruth (Bliss), b. Brimfield, Jy. 29, 1849.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Hitchcock Free Acad., Brimfield, and Williston Sem.  Columbia L. S., 1871-72; admitted to bar, Northampton, Je. 10, 1872; lawyer St. Louis, Mo., 1872-; judge of circuit court, St. Louis; judge of city court, 1921-. President St. Louis N. E. Soc.; vice-president Sons of Amer. Rev.; Sons of Colonial Wars.

Married S. 20, 1876, Hannah Louise, da. of Jonathan Hart, Hartford, Conn.  Ch. Ruth B.; Roland M. (A. C. 1903); Mary A. (m. R. S. Crawford); Bradford C.

Address, 419 Merchants Laclede Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.

1952. *Howe, George Milton.  S. of Daniel M. and Harriet (Woodbury), b. Westminster, Jy. 23, 1844.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Nichols Acad., Dudley; A. C., 1868-71.  Andover T. S., 1871-74; ordained Princeton, Jy. 8, 1874 and p. 1st Cong. Ch. there, 1874-84; Lewiston, Me., 1884-1901; Union Cong. Ch., Groton, 1901-19; p. Richmond, Me., residing at Brunswick, 1920-22.  Trustee Lawrence Acad., sec. of board, 16 yrs.; sec. State Board of Minute Men.  D. Oxford, Je. 24, 1922.

Married May 27, 1875, Sarah Maria, da. of Jonathan Kendall, Lowell, who d. Ap. 27, 1916.  Ch. George A. (A. C. 1899); Ralph T.; Woodbury K.

1953. *Hubbard, William Henry.  S. of William Henry (A. C. ex 1844) and Anna (Hinds), b. Lexington, Ky., Ap. 15, 1851.  M. A., Louisville U.; D. D. Berea, Ky., 1905; LL. D., Gale, Wis., 1906.

Prepared Louisville (Ky.) H. S., Louisville U., 1867-68; A. C., 1868-71.  Andover T. S., 1871-72; Princeton T. S., 1872-74; ordained by Presbytery of New Brunswick, N. J., O. 29, 1874; a. p. Cong. Ch., Rutland, 1874-75; W. Amesbury (Merrimac), 1875-76 and p., 1876-83; So. Cong. Ch. Concord, N. H., 1883-85; 2nd Cong. Ch., Holyoke, 1885-86; 1st Presb. Ch., Auburn, N. Y., 1886-1911; sec. Joint Exec. Commission of Presb. Ch. Church, 1911-13.  Sec. Gen. Assembly's committee on systematic beneficence of Presb. Ch., U. S. A., 1896-1909; member Exec. Commission Gen. Assembly, 1908; ed. and publisher of its weekly bulletin, 1909; ed. and publisher of first combined statistical report of Boards of Presb. Ch. Church, 1912; ed. and pub. Assembly Record of Presb. Ch. Church, 1894-98, and The Gospel Message, 1903-05; commissioner of charities, Auburn, N. Y., 1906-07.  D. N. Y. City, Jan. 31, 1913.

Married Elizabeth A., da. of William Skinner, Holyoke.  3 s.  Bro. Charles F. (A. C. 1876); Edward W. (A. C. 1885).

1954. *Keyser, Calvin.  S. of Smiley and Margaret (Galloway), b. Bellaire, O., Jan. 30, 1846.  M. A., A. C., 1874.

Prepared Vermillon Institute Hayesville, O., and Prep. Dept. Washington and Jefferson; Washington and Jefferson, 1867-68; A. C., 1868-71.  Union T. S. 1871-73, 1874-75; ordained Fall River, D. 28, 1875, p. 3rd Ch. there, 1875-83; Alden, N. Y., 1884-86; So. Egremont, 1886-90; Dighton, 1890-92; Solon, Me., 1895-96; Goshen, 1898-1908.  D. Goshen, S. 30, 1908.

Married N. 23, 1886, Winifred M., da. of Frederick Thatcher, Alden, N. Y.  2 Ch. Frederick G. (A. C. ex 1910).

1955. Lord, Herbert Gardiner.  S. of Rev. Daniel Minor (A. C. 1830) and Eliza Ann (Hardy), b. W. Newton, Mch. 29, 1849.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1900.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared with Prof. John Overhiser, Brooklyn, N. Y.  Tutor Knox Coll., Ill., 1871-72; prin. Holliston H. S., 1872; Union T. S., 1874-77; s. s. West Side Presb. Ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1877-78; ordained Buffalo, N. Y., F. 28, 1878 and p. there, 1878-94; prof. of philosophy U. of Buffalo, 1895-1900; prof. of philosophy Columbia, 1900-22; retired.  Wrote; Psychology of Courage, philosophical articles.  Member Amer. Philosophical Soc.; Amer. Psych. Soc.; Amer. Assoc. Advancement Science.

Married O. 20, 1887, Mally Graham Coatsworth, Buffalo, N. Y.  Ch.  Herbert G. (A. C. 1911); Mally G.; Lucy; Thomas C.  Bro. William R. (A. C. 1875).

Address, 623 West 113th St., N. Y. City.

1956. *Mallory, Charles William.  S. of William and Frances Almira (Combs), b. Walton, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1843.  B. D., Yale, 1874.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Walton (N. Y.) Acad., Yale T. S., 1871-74; ordained Housatonic, Je. 18, 1874 and p. there, 1874-86; Charlotte, Mich., 1886-90; Cong. Ch. W. Hartford, Conn., 1890.  President school board, Great Barrington; Berkshire County S. S. Union, 1881-83.  D. W. Hartford, Conn., S. 28, 1890.

Married (1) Jan. 4, 1874, Ella A., da. of Otis A. Judd, So. Hadley Falls, who d. Jan. 23, 1875; (2) Aug. 7, 1877, Jennie M., da. of Brackett Lord, Newton Highlands.  3 da.

1957. *Martin, Edwin Konigmacher.  S. of Barton B. and Catherine C. (Rohrer), b. Millersville, Lancaster County, Penn., O. 1, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1881.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; Princeton, 1867; A. C., 1867-71.  Wholesale lumber dealer Lancaster, Penn., 1871-75; studied law with Thomas Franklin, Lancaster, Penn. and at Columbia L. S., 1875-76; admitted to bar, Je. 1, 1876; practised Lancaster, Penn., 1876-91; engaged in realty business, Yonkers, N. Y., 1891-; president Amer. Real Estate Co., 14 yrs.; retired, 1908 but remained pres. of Penn. Realty Co. and Amherst Realty Co.  Private 79th Penn. Vols., 1861-65.  Member Penn. German Soc. of N. Y.; Penn. Soc.  Wrote History of the Mennonites, essays and press articles.  D. Yonkers, N. Y., May 4, 1913.

Married Je. 2, 1876, Caroline A., da. of Dr. Theodore R. Varick, Jersey City, N. J.  3 ch.

1958. *Moore, William Henry.  S. of N. F. and Rachael A., b. Utica, N. Y., O. 25, 1848.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Cortland Acad., Homer, N. Y.; A. C., 1867-70.  Lawyer, Chicaco, Ill., 1872-; in partnership with his younger brother, 1882-87; promoter of The Diamond Match Co., Amer. Tin Plate Co. and director numerous corporations.  D. N. Y. City, Jan. 11, 1923.

Married O. 31, 1878, Ada W. Small, Chicago, Ill.  Ch. Hobard (d.); Edward; Paul.

1959. *Morong, Arthur Bennet.  S. of Thomas (A. C. 1848) and Mary Lawson (Bennet), b. Cambridge, O. 25, 1849.  M. D., Harvard, 1876.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Gloucester H. S.  Teacher Quincy Grammar School, 1871-72; Harvard M. S., 1872-75; practised Boston, 1876-1916; ship's surgeon on lines running to W. Indies, 1916-21; house officer in several Boston hospitals; teacher of zoology, Boston Evening H. S., 1876-1916; prof. of physiology and hygiene, Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons, Boston.  D. Boston, May 3, 1921.

Married Jy. 20, 1876, Abbie F., da. of Samuel R. Smith, Ipswich, who d. Mch. 5, 1911.  Ch. Thomas M.

1960. *Morse, Anson Daniel.  S. of Harmon and Elizabeth Murray (Buck), b. E. Cambridge, Vt., Aug. 13, 1846.  M. A., A. C., 1874; LL. D., Union, 1895; LL. D., Amherst, 1907.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Johnson Acad. and St. Albans Union School, Vt.; A. C., 1866-68; 1869-71.  Traveled in Europe, 1871-72; taught Williston Sem., 1872-75; studied U. of Heidelberg, Germany, 1875-76; instructor in political economy A. C., 1876-77; prof. of political economy and instructor in history, 1877-78; prof. of political economy and history, 1878-1902; Winkley prof. of history, 1902-07; prof. emeritus, residing in Pelham, 1907-16.  Member Amer. Acad. of Polit. and Social Science; Amer. Hist. Assoc.; Amer. Antiquarian Assoc.; elector Hall of Fame, N. Y. U.  Contributed many articles to periodicals.  D. Springfield, Mch. 13, 1916.

Married S. 3, 1878, Margaret Duncan, da. of Zebulon S. Ely, N. Y. City.  Ch. Anson E. (A. C. 1902); Sarah D. (m. James Baker); William N. (A. C. 1904); Margaret (m. Leonard B. Nice); Harold E. (d.); Katherine D.; Edward S. (A. C. 1913).  Bro. Harmon N. (A. C. 1873).

1961. *Morse, Leonard.  S. of Nathan and Eunice (Bass), b. E. Woodstock, Conn., May 26, 1848.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Nichols Acad., Dudley.  Taught Nichols Acad., 1871-72; Millbury, 1872-74; studied law with Norwich, Conn., 1874-75; admitted to bar, Norwich, Conn., Je., 1875; practised Norwich, Conn., 1875-76; Hartford, Conn., 1876-1915.  Councilman from 2nd Ward, 1885-86; alderman, 1887-88; judge of city court, 1897-1905.  D. Hartford, Conn., Ap. 2, 18915.

1962. Paine, Arthur Richards.  S. of William Pomeroy (A. C. 1827) and Sarah (Mack), b. Holden, May 9, 1846.  M. A.,  A. C., 1874; M. D., Columbia, 1875.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Brooklyn Polytechnic and at Williston Sem.; A. C., 1868-71.  Teacher of mathematics Fairfield Sem., N. Y., 1871-72; Columbia M. S., 1872-75; resident physician Brooklyn City Hospital, N. Y., 1875-76; physician Brooklyn, 1876-.  Connected with several hospitals.

Married S. 17, 1883, Caroline Ann (Price), Ashmead, Brooklyn, N. Y., who d. O. 7, 1922.  Ch. Arthur P. (A. C. 1908).

Address, 315 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1963. *Porter, Dwight Dixson.  S. of Nelson B. and Mary Fidelia (Dixson), b. Sauquoit, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1844.  LL. B., Hamilton, 1873.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Falley Sem., Milton, N. Y.  Studied law with Alexander T. Goodwin, Utica, N. Y. and at Hamilton L. S., 1871-73; admitted to bar, Je. 20, 1873; practised with Mr. Goodwin, Utica, N. Y., 1873-76; by himself, 1877-79; in firm Root & Porter, 1878-84; Orlando, Fla., 1884-1900.  An Incorporator, counsel and president Orlando Ice Manufacturing Co., 1885; orange grower, many years.  D. Utica, N. Y., Jy. 29, 1900.

Married Ap. 23, 1874, Adelia D., da. of Henry D. Dixson, Sauquoit, N. Y.  4 ch.

1964. Rockwell, Robert Campbell.  S. of Julius and Lucy Forbes (Walker), b. Pittsfield, Aug. 28, 1848.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Amherst.  Journalist, Great Barrington, Lee and Springfield, 1871-; engaged in local historical study Pittsfield, 1895-; retired.

Address, Pittsfield, Mass.

1965. *Root, Edward Payson.  S. of Solomon W. and Betsey A. (Kellogg), b. Montague, Aug. 4, 1844.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., Meriden, N. H.  Asst. librarian A. C., 1871-72; Yale T. S., 1872-75; ordained Hampden, Je. 1, 1876 and p. Cong. Ch. there, 1876-84; E. Hampton, Conn., 1884-91; Highland Lake, Col., 1891-94; Buena Vista, Col., 1894-98; Colorado Springs, Col., 1898-1904; Somers, Conn., 1904-09; Norwich, 1909-11; Becket, 1911-16.  D. Northampton, Jan. 8, 1916.

Married D. 24, 1875, Fannie I., da. of Ira Bryant, New Haven, Conn.  2 ch.  Louise H.; Florence K.

1966. *Sawyer, George Franklin.  S. of Matthias Plant and Martha (Allen), b. Minot, Me., Jan. 27, 1840.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Edward Little Institute, Auburn, Me.  Teacher Fairfield (N. Y.) Sem., 1871-73; prin. Belleville (N. Y.) Acad., 1874-81; prof. of natural science State Normal School, Cortland, N. Y., 1881-82; prin. Seneca Falls (N. Y.) H. S., 1882-; supt. of schools, Carthage, N. Y., 1883-92; Lansingburg, N. Y., 1892-1911; retired and resided No. Troy, N. Y., 1911-23.  Treasurer board of education, Lansingburg, N. Y., 1911-23.  17th Regt. Me. Vols., 1862-65.  D. Lansingburg, N. Y., Ap. 30, 1923.

Married Ap. 28, 1874, Mary Eliza, da. of Otis Thompson, Syracuse, N. Y.  Ch. Harold P.

1967. *Sawyer, Henry Hovey.  S. of Edmund H. and Adeline (Farnsworth), b. Brattleboro, Vt., S. 11, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1874.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  With Goddard and Bro., N. Y., tailor's trimmings, 1871-72; asst. bookkeeper Bank of Metropolis, N. Y., 1872-73; discount clerk West Side Bank, N. Y., 1873-74; cashier J. Graham & Co., cotton brokers, Selma Ala., 1874-75; bookkeeper and paymaster manufacturing concern Easthampton, 1875-81; mining engineer, 1881-.  D. Melrose, Tex., about 1919.

1968. *Shaw, David Augustus.  S. of David Augustus and Orrill B. (Merritt), b. Warren, Je. 16, 1847.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Teacher Wales, 1871-73; Three Rivers, 1874; Sturbridge, 1875-76; Washington, N. H., 1877-78; farmer Wales, 1878-94.  D. Wales, Jan. 19, 1894.

1969. *Simmons, Arthur Raymond.  S. of Hervey and Emily (Wright), b. New Haven, N. Y., May 5, 1847.  M. D., Columbia, 1875.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Falley Sem., Fulton, N. Y.; U. of Mich., 1867-68; A. C. 1868-71.  Prin. Lonsdale (R. I.) H. S., 1871-73; studied medicine Lonsdale and Columbia, 1872-75; practised New Hartford, N. Y., 1875-83; Utica, N. Y., 1883-1904.  Physician in charge of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Utica, N. Y., for some time; surgeon, Faxton Hospital, 2 yrs.; oculist on staff, St. Luke's Hospital, 10 yrs.  D. Utica, N. Y., Mch. 27, 1904.

Married D. 2, 1875, Emma, da. of Benjamin King, Hartford, Conn.  5 ch.  Arthur P. (A. C. 1900).

1970. *Simpson, John Woodruff.  S. of James W. and Jane B. (Walker), b. Craftsbury, Vt., O. 13, 1850.  LL. B., Columbia, 1873; LL. D., A. C., 1903.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared State Normal School, Johnson, Vt.  Columbia L. S., 1871-73; admitted to bar, Je. 1873; lawyer first in office of Alexander and Green, and later as senior member of firm, Simpson, Thatcher and Bartlett, N. Y. City, 1872-1920.  Trustee A. C., 1904-20; director Metropolitan Trust Co., Hudson Companies, and many other corporations.  D. N. Y. City, May 16, 1920.  (Portrait in possession of A. C.)

Married May 15, 1889, Kate Seney, N. Y. City.  Ch. Jean.

1971. *Slocum, Edward Tinker.  S. of William F. and Margaret (Tinker), b. Grafton, O. 29, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1874; LL. B., Boston U. L. S., 1874; LL. B., Boston U. L. S., 1874.

Prepared Grafton H. S.  Civil engineer, 1871-72; teacher, 1872-73; Boston U. L. S., 1872-74; admitted to bar, D. 24, 1874; practised Boston, 1874-77; Lee, 1877-81; Pittsfield, 1881-1924; judge of probate court Berkshire Co., 1894-; president Pittsfield city council, 1891-.  D. Atlantic City, N. J., O. 27, 1924.

Married Aug. 3, 1881, Harriet Olivia Palmer, Great Barrington.  Bro. Winfield S. (A. C. 1869); William F. (A. C. 1874).

1972. *Smith, Josiah Renick.  S. of Josiah Dickey and Ann Eliza (Osborn), b. Columbus, O., O. 24, 1851.  M. A., A. C., 1880.  Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Psi.

Prepared Columbus (O.) H. S.  Teacher Columbus (O.) public schools, 1871-76; asst. prof. of ancient languages Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical Coll., 1876-81; studied U. of Leipzig, Germany, 1881-83; prof. of Greek, Ohio State U., 1883-1914.  Published Xenophon's Memorabilis, with notes; musical edior of Columbus Dispatch, 1896-1906; Columbus Citizen, 1906-14.  Member Amer. Philological Assoc. and Classical Assoc. of Middle West and South.  D. Columbus, O., F. 15, 1914.

Married Je. 19, 1879, Charlotte, E., da. of J. C. S. Moore, Cincinnati, O.  Ch. Harold O.; Helen A.; Alison M.

1973. *Stiles, Charles Spelman.  S. of Charles Spelman and Henrietta Ophelia (Holton), b. Chicopee, D. 4, 1848.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Senior Instructor West Penn. Square Acad., Philadelphia, Penn., 1871-73; asst. prin. Mount Pleasant Acad., Sing Sing, N. Y., 1873-76; studied law N. Y. City, 1876-78; admitted to N. Y. bar, May 16, 1878; practised Sing Sing, N. Y., 1878-79; tutor in classics, Chicopee Falls, 1879-87.  D. Chicopee, Jy. 28, 1887.

1974. *Stiles, Theodore Lamme.  S. of Daniel J. and Maris S. (Lamme), b. Medway, O., Jy. 12, 1848.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Prep. Dept. Ohio U.  Columbia L. S., 1871-72; admitted to bar, Je. 1872; practised Indianapolis, Ind., 1872-73; N. Y. City, 1873-77; Indianapolis, Ind., 1877-78; Tuscon, Ariz., 1878-87; Tacoma, Wash., 1887-; judge of the supreme court, Wash., 1890-95; city attorney Tacoma, Wash., 1908-16.  D. Tacoma, Wash., O. 11, 1925.

Married (1) Aug. 22, 1872, Sarah B., da. of Rev. Eli Smith, Beirut, Syria.  (2) N. 17, 1887, Mary Louise Duff, Carbondale, Ill.,  Ch. Memorie (m. Foskett H. Godfrey).

1975. *Stone, Edward George.  S. of George W. and Emily (Lyman), b. Warren, Conn., Aug. 4, 1845.  M. A., A. C., 1874.

Prepared Monson Acad.  Andover T. S., 1871-74; s. s. New Castle, N. H., 1874; ordained New Castle, N. H., O. 28, 1874 and p. there, 1874-75; s. s. So. Royalston, 1876-78; a. p. 1st Cong. Ch. Granby, Conn., 1878-80; W. Suffield, Conn., 1880-81; w. c. W. Suffield, Conn., 1881-82; a. p. Acworth, N. J., 1882-85; No. Haverhill, 1885-88; Griswold, Conn., 1889-91; Niantic, Conn., 1891-95; Westchester, Conn., 1896-1900; Killingworth, Conn., 1900-05; Burlington, Conn., 1905-10; Barkhamsted, Conn., 1910-12; r. Madison, Conn., 1912-20.  D. Middletown, Conn., Jan. 10, 1920.

Married May 5, 1875, Caroline Eugenia, da. of Alonzo S. Neal, New Hartford, Conn., who d. Jan. 13, 1884.  Ch. George E.; Alice C.; Ida N. (d.); Ira N. (d.).

1976. Taylor, Frank Mansfield.  S. of Henry A. and _____ (Osborn), b. N. Y. City, Ap. 5, 1850.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared in Charlier Institute, N. Y. City.  In mining business, Austin, Nev. and Georgetown, Col., 1872-; manager metallurgical companies, Georgetown and Leadville, col., 1875, 1882; mining engineer N. Y. and London, Eng., 1883-88; president and gen. manager Taylor and Brunton Ore Sampling Companies, 1895-1911.  Trustee Col. Museum of Natural Hist., Denver, Col., 1900-, president, 1916; member board of education, Denver, Col., 1917-20; president St. Luke's Hospital Assoc., Denver, Col., 1919-20.

Married N. 29, 1876, Lida Ross Eshleman, Lancaster, Penn.  Ch. Harry A. (d.); David.

Address, 945 Pennsylvania St., Denver, Col.

1977. *Terry, Israel Newton.  S. of Rev. James Pease (A. C. 1834) and Catherine A. (Matson), b. So. Weymouth, F. 20, 1851.  D. D., Hamilton, 1898.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared So. Weymouth H. S. and Norwich, Conn.  In business N. Y. City, 1871-72; Hartford T. S., 1872-75; Union T. S., 1875-76; ordained New Hartford, N. Y., O. 2, 1876, and p. Presb. Ch. there 1876-90; asst. p. Westminster Ch., Utica, N. Y., 1891-1904; p. 1905-08.  D. Utica, N. Y., Jy. 16, 1908.

Married S. 28, 1880, Emily H., da. of Francis Butler, New Hartford, N. Y.  1 ch. (d.).  Bro. James (A. C. 1868); Nathaniel (A. C. 1867); Charles A. (A. C. 1879).

1978. *Thompson, Everett Augustine.  S. of Rev. Leander (A. C. 1835) and Anne Eliza (Avery), b. So. Hadley, Mch. 28, 1847.  M. A., A. C., 1874.

Prepared Woburn H. S.; A. C., 1866-69, 1870-71.  teacher Woburn H. S., 1871-76; classical instructor Springfield H. S., 1876-84; D. Woburn, Je. 10, 1890.

1979. Tindell, Samuel Watson.  S. of Hiram and Mary (Harbison), b. Church Grove, Tenn., O. 4, 1844.  M. A., A. C., 1874; D. D., Carson Coll. 1887.  Chi Psi.

Prepared E. Tenn. U.; E. Tenn. U., 1867-69; A. C., 1869-71.  Taught Upton H. S., 1871; Newton T. S., 1871-74; s. s. Cushing, Me., 1872; ordained Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 2, 1874, and p. 1st Baptist Ch. there, 1874; prin. Franklin Acad., Jacksboro, Tenn., 1874-75; p. Baptist Ch., Cleveland, Tenn., 1875-78; prin. Cleveland Young Ladies Institute, Tenn., 1877-79; supt. public instruction Bradley Co., Tenn., 1879; Rhea Springs, Tenn., 1879-81; prin. Franklin Acad., Jacksboro, Tenn., 1881-82; prof. of Latin and Greek Carson Coll., Mossy Creek, Tenn., 1882-88; and president 1883-88; prof. of Latin American U., Harriman, Tenn., 1894-98; ed. E. Tenn. Baptist, 1895-98; financial agent, Carson and Newman Colls., 1898-99; prin. of school, Dayton, Tenn., 1900-01; supt. of schools. Anti-Saloon League, E. Tenn., 1902-05; ed. Tenn. Anti-Saloon Journal and lecturer for Tenn. Anti-Saloon League, 1905-08; Sec. Evangelist Mission Work for Baptists in E. Tenn., 1909-16; published The Holston Evangel, 1910-14; chaplain, National Soldiers' home miss'y, Tenn., 1916-.  In Union army, 1863-65.

Married (1) Jan. 22, 1874, Lizzie, da. of Edwin L. Ames, Sebec, Me., who d. Aug. 14, 1876; (2) Jy. 14, 1878, Katie, da. of John D. Chattin, Rhea Springs, Tenn.  Ch. Lillie (m. Albert Quigg); Lois (d.); Pearl; Susanne (m. G. W. Mayer) (d.); Samuel W. (d.); Hirma C. (d.); Mary P. (m. J. B. Shell); Edith; Pauline; Robert C.

Address, Johnson City, Tenn.

1980. Tomblen, Charles Lucius.  S. of Lucius and Charlotte H. (Rice), b. W. Brookfield, Je. 26, 1848.  Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Worcester H. S.  Andover T. S., 1871-74; preached occasionally, 1874-77; ordained as evangelist, Aug. 30, 1877; a. p. Gilmanton Iron Works, N. H., 1877-78; So. Royalston, 1878-81; Simsbury, Conn., 1881-84; Agawam, 1884-87; Pepperell, 1887-92; p. Ashland, 1892-98; No. Middleboro, 1899-1906; Montague, 1907-16, So. Britain, Conn., 1917-.

Married May 12, 1875, Helen E., da. of Simeon H. Bliss, Essex, Vt.  Ch. Bertha E. (d.); Robert L.

Address, W. Brookfield, Mass.

1981. *Wilson, Claudio.  S. of Rev. Thomas and Sarah E. (Haskell), b. Palmer, Jan. 6, 1850.  M. D., Columbia, 1876.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Stoughton H. S.  Teacher Ohio Institute for the Blind, Columbus, O., 1871-73; Columbia M. S., 1873-76; physician St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Utica, N. Y., 1875-76; Waterville, N. Y., 1876-96.  D. Waterville, N. Y., Ap. 22, 1896.

Married Je. 5, 1877, Anna A., da. of Leonard Hodges, Stoughton.  5 ch. Claude (A. C. 1907); Leonard H. (A. C. 1911).


*Barnes, James Alexander.  S. of Gen. James and Charlotte O., b. Springfield, Aug. 25, 1848.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Springfield H. S., A. C., 1867-70; studied law; practised Hartford, Conn.  D. 1915.
*Belden, Franklin Day.  S. of Elihu, b. E. Whately, Jy. 11, 1848.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1867-68.  Farmer.  D. Jy., 1908.
*Bender, Franklin Whitfield.  S. of Ephraim and Sarah, b. Albany, N. Y., F. 19, 1848.  Chi Psi.   Prepared Albany Classical Institute; A. C., 1867-68.  Merchant.  D. Albany, N. Y., O. 14, 1893.
Clift, George Denison.  S. of Rev. William Avery (A. C. 1839) and Harriet A. (Peters), b. Stonington, Conn., Jan. 15, 1851.  Chi Psi.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1867-68, 1869-71.  Pioneer northern Kans., 1871-73; journalist N. Y. City, 1873-74; studied med. N. Y. U., 1874-77; M. D., there 1877; surgeon N. Y. Hospital, 1877-78; practised N. Y. City, 1877-95; Charlottetown, P. E. I. and New Glasgow and Truro, Nova Scotia, 1895-1900; Hot Springs, Ark., 1901-. Address, Purdy Station, Westchester Co., N. Y.
Delano, Charles Gridley.  S. of Charles (A. C. 1840) and Sarah B. (Gridley), b. Northampton, Jy. 31, 1849.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1867-68.  Studied law in Northampton; admitted to bar, Greenfield, 1870; lawyer Greenfield, 1870-; register in bankruptcy, 1876-80.
Dunham, Gilbert Tobey.  S. of Edward R. and Nancy E. (Edwards), b. Edgartown, Mch. 10, 1850.  Prepared Edgartown H. S.; A. C., 1867-69; furniture dealer Dunham & Smith, Richmond, Ind., 1870-.  Address, 22 No. 10th St., Richmond, Ind.
Flint, Omar Alpha.  B. S. 11, 1843.  Registered from Lowell.  Prepared Lowell H. S.; A. C., 1867.  Foreman A. Bachelder & Co., Lowell, 1869-70; traveling agent belt manufacturing Co., 1870-.  Address, 51 Kearsarge Ave., Dracut Center, Mass.
*Hall, George Cyril.  S. of John S. and Harriet (Walker), b. Columbus, O., Jy. 19, 1850.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared Columbus (O.) H. S.; A. C., 1867-70.  Merchant Springfield, O., 1870-; secretary Pasadena, Cal.  D. Pasadena, Cal., Aug. 5, 1906.
*Hammond, Henry Ebenezer.  S. of Salem and Julia Ann (Johnson), b. Amherst, N. 8, 1847.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1881.  Chi Psi.  Prepared Hopkins Acad., Hadley; A. C., 1867-70.  Teacher and supt. schools Earlville, Ill.; Jefferson (Ia.) H. S.; Carroll, Ia. and Mt. Sterling; surveyor; farmer; Simmons, Mo.; Belvidere, Nebr.  D. Naperville, Ill., D. 28, 1923.  Bro. John C. (A. C. 1865).
*Hoes, Roswell Randall.  S. of Rev. John Cantine Farrell (A. C. 1832) and Lucy Maria (Randall), b. Kingston, N. Y., F. 28, 1850.  Prepared Kingston (N. Y.) H. S.; A. C., 1867-69; grad. Princeton, 1871; Princeton T. S., 1872-75; ordained Mt. Holly, N. J., Jy. 1, 1875 and p. Presb. Ch. there, 1875-78; Presb. Ch., New Rochelle, N. Y., 1878-82.  Chaplain U. S. Navy, 1882-1912.  Member many historical socs.  Wrote historical articles.  D. Washington, D. C., O., 26, 1921.
Knapp, George Spencer.  S. of G. A., b. Columbus, O., Ap. 6, 1850.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared Columbus (O.) H. S.; A. C., 1867-68.  Traveling salesman furniture business; manufacturer Sheet Steel Building Specialties.  Address, 115 So. Kensington Ave., La Grange, Ill.
Lawrence, William Mangam.  S. of William S., b. Washington, D. C., May 11, 1848.  B. Ph., and M. A., Colgate U.; D. D., Baptist Union T. S.   Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. C., 1867-69; grad. Madison U., 1870.   Grad. Hamilton T. S., 1871; p. Bapt. Ch., Amsterdam, N. Y., 13 mos.; Philadelphia, Penn., 1873-; p. 2nd Bapt. Ch. Chicago, 1880-1905; North Ch., Orange N. J., 1905-12; prof. of Christian ethics, homiletics and pastoral theology, Colgate U., 1912-; lecturer Cong. T. S. and D. S., Chicago U.  Sometime president board of trustees, Chicago U. D. S.; Colgate U., 1905-12.  Address, Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y.
Morton, William Walker.  S. of William and Ruth (Cunningham), b. Washington Co., Penn., Je. 27, 1846.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared Bethel Acad., Allegheny Co., Penn. and Washington and Jefferson; A. C., 1869-70.  Grad. Western T. S., Allegheny, Penn., 1875; ordained Jy. 6, 1875; p. Perrysville, Penn.; Melrose Ave. Presb. Ch., Allegheny, Penn., 1893-98; retired.  Address, St. Clairsville, O.
*Osborne, Theodore Moody.  S. of George A. and Hannah (Moody), b. So. Danvers (Peabody), N. 25, 1849.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared So. Danvers H. S.; A. C., 1867; grad. Harvard 1871.  Studied civil engineering, M. I. T., , 1871-72; civil engineer, 1872-73; librarian Peabody Institute Library, 1873-; studied law; admitted to bar, D. 1879; practised Salem, 1879-99.  D. Salem, F. 6, 1899.
Phillips, John Goddard.  S. of Rev. L. R. and Susanna Heath (Goddard), b. Sharon, May 29, 1848.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Lawrence Acad., Groton; A. C., 1867-68; Bowdoin, 1869; Williams, 1870-71.  In business with Wendell & Phillips merchants, Boston; retired 1901.  Address, Sharon, Mass.
*Pitkin, Clarence Horatio.  S. of Perley P., b. E. Montpelier, Vt., Aug. 26, 1849.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Montpelier; A. C., 1867-68.  Lawyer, Montpelier, Vt.  D. May 31, 1901.
Powers, Frederic Perry.  S. of Rev. Philander Oliver (A. C. 1830) and Sarah Lester (Perry), b. Trebizond, Turkey, Je. 29, 1849.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1867-68; grad Chicago U., 1871.  Journalist Boston; Newport, R. I.; Chicago, Ill.; editorial writer N. Y. Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin, 1893-1902; The Philadelphia Record, 1902-.  Priv. G. Co., 132 Ill. Inf. Vols., Civil War.  Wrote Labor-Making Machinery; magazine articles.  Address, 917 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Penn.
*Robertson, Lucius Osgood.  S. of Osgood and Louisa (Noyes), b. Minot, Me., Ap. 17, 1845.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Edward Little's Institute, Auburn, Me.; A. C., 1867-69.  In business Boston; with C. A. Fowler & Co.  St. Louis, Mo.; president life insurance co.; ed. The Economist, 1879-; in mining business Leadville, Col.; president National Benefit Soc., 1889-; vice-president and manager Life Union; in brokerage business, 1878-96.  Manager Kosmon home miss'y for orphaned children in the Sweetwater valley above Alpine, Cal., and manager vegetable ranch.  In Union Army, Civil War.  D. Alpine, Cal., N. 17, 1919.  Bro. Fred C. (A. C. ex 1872).
*Sawin, George Fisher.  S. of James Fisher and Mary Ann (Blanchard), b. Natick, Je. 7, 1848.  Prepared Natick H. S.; A. C., 1867.  D. Natick, N. 22, 1868.
*Smith, James Arthur.  S. of John Whorten and Mary Ann (Parks), b. Monson, Ap. 2, 1849.  Prepared Monson Acad.; A. C., 1867-68.  Business salesman; retired.  D. Winsted, Conn., Jan. 4, 1926.
*Stokes, Henry Shelby.  S. of Jordan, b. Lebanon, Tenn., N. 25, 1849.  LL. B., Cumberland U., Penn.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared Amherst; A. C., 1867-69; grad. Columbia L. S., 1873.  D. Lebanon, Tenn., 1875.
*Thompson, Albert Barnes.  S. of D. L. and Sarah G. (Leathe), b. Phillipston, Je. 15, 1848.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1867-69.  D. Baldwinsville, Aug. 28, 1870.
*Thompson, Charles Wentworth.  S. of James H. and Eliza H. (Burch), b. Gouverneur, N. Y., F. 4, 1844.  Prepared Gouverneur Wesleyan Sem., N. Y.; A. C., 1867-68.  Grad. St. Lawrence U. L. S., 1871; practised Theresa, N. Y., 1871-.  D. 1895.
Tsanoff, Andrea Stoyan.  B. Bulgaria.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1870-71.  Asst. ed. Zornitza (Morning Star), Constantinople, Turkey, 3 or 4 yrs.; ed. 12 yrs.; ed. home miss'y friend, 12 yrs.  Member 1st and 2nd Bulgarian National Assemblies, 1879, 1880.  Wrote Bulgaria and the Eastern Question, and several other books.  Taught American school, Samokove, Bulgaria, 22 yrs.; a national school, 2 yrs.  Address, Tcherna Diamija Place 5, Sofia, Bulgaria.
*Walker, Charles Emmett.  S. of Nathan and Emeline A. (Mills), b. Woodburn, Ill., D. 22, 1847.  Prepared Natick H. S.; A. C., 1867-69.  M. D. Hahnemann Med. Coll., Philadelphia, Penn., 1873; practised Natick; Sanford, Fla. 18(?)-1916; retired and resident Redmond, Washington, 1916-20.  D. Redmond, Wash., N. 8, 1921.
Warner, William Henry.  S. of Jonathan and Eliza (Landon), b. Youngstown, O., O. 12, 1849.  Prepared Prep. Dept. Western Reserve; A. C., 1868-69.  In business.  Address, unknown.
*Waters, Edward Emerson.  S. of Rev. George (A. C. 1831) and Phebe Ann (Foxcroft), b. Kingston, N. Y., O. 30, 1850.  Prepared Kingston (N. Y.) Acad.; A. C., 1867-68; grad., Harvard, 1872.  Grad., Columbia L. S., 1875; lawyer N. Y. City.  D. Je. 14, 1908.
Whittemore, Joseph Leathe.  S. of Joseph Richardson (A. C. 1843) and Nancy R. (Marshall), b. N. 26, 1848.  Registered from Chilllicothe, O.  Prepared Amherst; A. C., 1867-69.  Address, unknown.
*Wood, Julius Francis.  B. New London, Conn., O. 25, 1848.  Prepared New London; A. C., 1867-69; Beloit, 1869.  D. at sea near Falkland Is., N. 29, 1871.

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