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Amherst College Class of 1874
(from the Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921))

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2084. *Allen, Frank Houghton.
2085. Amidon, Royal Wells.
2086. *Atwell, George Washington.
2087. *Baker, George Hall.
2088. Ballantine, John Winthrop.
2089. Bancroft, Winfred Baxter.
2090. *Barbour, Linus Lucian.
2091. Birdseye, Clarence Frank.  S. of Lucien and Catharine M. (Baker), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Je. 6, 1854.  M. A., A. C., 1877; LL. B., Columbia, 1877.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute, N. Y.  Studied law with Birdseye, Cloyd & Bayliss, and Columbia Law School, 1874-77; admitted to bar, F. 15, 1877; practised N. Y. City, 1877-; now retired.  Author Revised Statutes, Codes and General Laws of N. Y.; Chronological Table of the Statutes of N. Y.; Index to N. Y. Code of Procedure; and other legal works.

Married Mch. 27, 1878, Ada J., da. of Henry Underwood, N. Y. City.  Ch. Miriam; Kellogg (A. C. 1902); Henry U. (A. C. ex 1904); Katharine B. (Lange); Marjorie (d.); Clarence (A. C. ex 1910); Roger W. (A. C. ex 1912); Elizabeth; Margaret H. (Joyce).

Address, 433 First St., Dunellen, N. J.

2092. *Biscoe, John Foster.
2093. Biscoe, Walter Stanley.  S. of Rev. Thomas Curtis (A. C. 1831) and Ellen Elmore (Lord), b. Grafton, F. 14, 1853.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Worcester H. S.  Instructor in mathematics, A. C., 1876-78; asst. librarian A. C., 1876-83; Columbia U., 1883-89; catalogue librarian N. Y. State Library Albany, N. Y., 1889-95; senior librarian, 1896-.  Bro. George S. (A. C. 1857); Arthur G. (A. C. 1862); Thomas D. (A. C. 1863); John F. (A. C. 1874).

Address, 320 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y.

2094. *Brewer, George Edwin.
2095. Broadhead, Charles Snowden.
2096. *Brown, Benjamin Franklin.
2097. *Charles, Salem Darius.
2098. Clarke, William Bradford.
2099. *Colton, Buel Preston.
2100. *Crocker, Wendell Ellis.
2101. *Darling, Charles Ross.
2102. Dewey, Melvil.  S. of Joel and Eliza (Green), b. Adams Centre, N. Y., D. 10, 1851.  M. A., A. C., 1877; LL. D., Syracuse, 1902; Alfred U., 1902.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Adams Collegiate Institute, N. Y.; Oneida (N. Y.) Sem., and Alfred (N. Y.) Acad.  Acting librarian A. C., 1874-77; consulting librarian Wellesley Coll., 1877-; chief librarian Columbia, 1883-88; prof. of library economy and director of Columbia School of Library Economy, 1887-88; sec. and executive officer U. State of N. Y., 1889-1900; director N. Y. State Library and State Library School, 1889-1906 and Home Education Dept., U. State of N. Y., 1891-1906; founder and director N. Y. State Library School, 1887-1906; state director of libraries, N. Y., 1904-06; founder and president Lake Placid Club, 1895-; Riversea Club, Saybrook, Conn.  Author Library School Rules; Decimal Classification and Relatiive Index, and many shorter articles; founder and ed. Library Journal, 1876-81; Library Notes, 1886-96; ed. A. L. A. Catalog, 1904; The Library.  Founder Amer. Library Assoc., 1876; N. Y. Library Club; N. Y. State Library Assoc.; Library Dept. of N. E. A.; Metric Bureau; Spelling Reform Assoc.; Library Bureau.  Trustee Chautauqua Institute, 1907-; Carnegie Simplified Spelling Bd.; president Efficiency Soc., 1915-; Nat. Institute Efficiency, 1917-.

Married (1) O. 19, 1878, Annie R., da. of Benjamin D. Godfrey, Milford, who d. Aug. 3, 1922; (2) 1924, Mrs. Emily Beals. Ch. Godfrey.

Address, Lake Placid Club, Essex Co., N. Y.

2103. *Dickinson, Sidney.
2104. Dow, Frank Fowler.
2105. *Ely, Alfred.
2106. *Field, Austin Cary.
2107. *Forbes, Jesse Franklin.
2108. Frye, John Henry.
2109. Gillett, Frederick Huntington.  S. of Edward Bates (A. C. 1839) and Lucy Douglas (Fowler), b. Westfield, O. 16, 1851.  M. A., A. C., 1877; LL. B., Harvard, 1877; LL. D., A. C., 1906.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Dresden, Saxony, Harvard L. S., 18(?)-77; admitted to bar, 1877; practised Springfield, 1877-; asst. attorney general Mass., 1878-81; member Mass. legislature, 1890-91; congressman 1893-; speaker of House, May 18, 1919-.

Married N. 25, 1915, Christine (Rice) Hoar, Worcester.  Bro. Arthur L. (A. C. 1880).

Address, 500 Main St., Springfield.

2110. *Goldsmith, William Benjamin.
2111. *Green, Mason Arnold.
2112. *Hartwell, Emory Adams.
2113. Judd, William Elliott.
2114. *Keep, Josiah.  S. of Josiah Otis and Eliza Ann (Southworth), b. Paxton, May 11, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1877.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Leicester Acad.  Taught Leicester Acad., 1874-76; post-grad. A. C., 1876-77; taught Golden Gate Acad. Oakland, Cal., 1877-78; Alameda (Cal.) H. S., 1878-81; prin. there, 1881-85; prof. of natural science Mills Coll., 1885-1911.  Author Common Sea Shells of California; Shells and Sea Life; West American Shells, and other works.  D. Pacific Grove, Cal., Jy. 27, 1911.

Married Jy. 11, 1877, Amelia C., da. of Parley Holman, Leicester.  2 ch.

2115. Kilbourn, Edward Bela.
2116. *Leland, George Adams.
2117. Loomis, Elihu Goodman.  S. of Rev. Elihu and Ruhamah Augusta (Lane), b. Bedford, O. 22, 1852.

Prepared Lawrence Acad., Groton, Appleton Acad., New Ipswich, N. H. and Phillips Acad., Andover.  Studied law Boston U. and in office of George W. Morse, 1874-78; admitted to bar, 1878; practised Boston, 1878-; special justice district court of central Middlesex.

Married Ap. 11, 1882, Marian Hillhouse, da. of William Fitch, Norwich Town, Conn.  Ch. Mary F. (d.); Ralph L. (A. C. 1908); Hubert H. (A. C. ex 1911); Samuel (A. C. ex 1915); William F. (A. C. 1917).  Bro. Samuel L. (A. C. 1877).

Address, 15 State St., Boston.

2118. *Marsh, Charles Henry.
2119. *Marsten, Francis Edward.
2120. *Maynard, James.
2121. *Mears, Leverett.
2122. Mellen, George Henry.
2123. Merrill, William Cross.  S. of James and Susan G. (Berry), b. Andover, Mch. 14, 1849.  M. A., A. C., 1883; B. D., Pacific T. S., 1883.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Sec. manufacturing co. Sacramento, Cal., 1874-79; Pacific T. S., 1881-84; ordained, May 19, 1884; p. Sacramento, Cal., 1884-90; San Diego, Cal., 1890-95; 1st Cong. Ch. Lynn, 1896-; Cong. Ch. Santa Barbara, Cal., 1902-14; w. c., 1914-.  Trustee Mills Coll., 1885; visitor Pacific T. S., 1889, lecturer, 1890; instructor in S. T. in Lay Coll. Revere 1889-90.

Married (1) N. 2, 1886, Gertrude, da. of William F. McKee, Stockton, Cal., who d. Jy. 9, 1900; (2) S. 12, 1905, Mrs. Ella (Lester) Wheeler, New London, Conn.  Ch. Winifred; Carlton; Gertrude M.

Address, 126 West 9th St., Claremont, Cal.

2124. *Mills, Charles Perry.
2125. Mills, Isaac Newton.
2126. *Morse, Nathan.
2127. *Muzzy, Arthur Thomas.
2128. *Owen, Franklin Pierce.
2129. *Phalen, Charles Harris.  S. of Patrick and Emily (Ayres), b. Williamstown, N. Y., D. 13, 1851.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Alfred Acad., N. Y.  With Henry Holt & Co., book-publishers, N. Y.  D. Williamsburgh, N. Y., Je. 16, 1875.

2130. Phelps, Julius Ezekiel.
2131. Richmond, James.
2132. *Ruddock, Edward Josiah.
2133. *Sanderson, Charles Henry Kellogg.
2134. *Sawhill, Thomas Alexander.
2135. *Scott, Howard Burr.  S. of Albert and Caroline (Seeley), b. Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 25, 1851.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared privately and at High Ridge School, Ridgefield, Conn.  Studied law with Brewster & Tweed, Danbury, Conn., 1876-78; admitted to bar, Jy. 1, 1878; practised Danbury, Conn., 1878-1907.  Assoc. judge borough court of Danbury, 1884-1905; judge city court, 1905-07; court of common pleas, 1907-17.  On State Bar Examining Committee.  D. Danbury, Conn., F. 16, 1918.

2136. Slocum, William Frederick.
2137. *Smith, Charles Alden.
2138. *Smith, Charles Sprague.
2139. *Smith, Edmund Munroe.
2140. *Smith, Sidney Pond.
2141. *Stearns, Charles Goddard.
2142. *Stoddard, John Tappan.
2143. *Stuart, Thomas Arthur.
2144. *Thrall, George Sanford.
2145. Turner, Herbert Barclay.
2146. *Waite, Foster Russell.
2147. *Washburn, George Young.
2148. *Whitridge, Frederick Wallingford.
2149. Wolff, Henry Albert.


Atwood, George Shuttleworth.  S. of Charles H. and Sarah E. (Simpson), b. Boston, Aug. 21, 1849.  Prepared Boston; A. C., 1870-71.  In Berlin, Germany, 1872-; prof. of modern languages Bowdoin, 1883-84; prin. St. Johns Acad.  Presque Isle, Me., 1884-87.  S. [Frederick H. (A. C. 1899),] Felix B. (A. C. 1907).
*Casey, Michael Fermin.  S. of John and Anne (Cullen), b. Co. Clare, Ireland, S. 12, 1849.  Prepared Amherst H. S.; A. C., 1870.  Studied chemistry M. A. C., 1871-; grad. Coll. of Pharmacy, N. Y. City; druggist Amherst; N. Y. City; Vernon, N. Y.  D. D. 5, 1892.
*Congdon, William Stebbins.  S. of David, b. Jan. 1, 1851.  Prepared Norwich Free Acad., Conn.; A. C., 1870; grad. Brown, 1875.  Admitted to bar, 1877; practised Norwich, Conn., 1877-87; clerk city court, 1879-87; member Conn. legislature, 1882.  D. Norwich, Conn., Jan. 15, 1887.
Copp, George Bolivar.  B. St. Louis, Mo., Jy. 21, 1851.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared St. Louis (Mo.) H. S.; A. C., 1870-72.  Studied med.; practised St. Louis, Mo.
Crammond, Simon Wischart.  S. of Simon and Ann (Hulton), b. Putnam, N. Y., Mch. 18, 1847.  Prepared Fort Edward Institute, N. Y.; A. C., 1870-71, two terms.  Albany (N. Y.) L. S., 1871-72; admitted to bar, 1872; practised law with brother Crown Point, N. Y., 1872-73; Ticonderoga, N. Y., 1873-75; farmer Putnam, N. Y., 1875-.  Address, Putnam Sta., Washington Co., N. Y.
*Darling, Thomas Whitney.  S. of Daniel and Theodocia (Stone), b. Keene, N. H., O. 21, 1849.  Prepared with Rev. J. A. Leach, Keene, N. H.; A. C., 1870, one term; grad. Middlebury, 1874.  Taught Collegiate Institute Springfield, 1875-76; Yale D. S., 1876-78; ordained, 1881; p. Wentworth, N. H., 1880-83, 1888-89, 1894-1900; Danville, Vt., 1883-89; Acworth, N. H., 1889-94; Ripton, Vt., residing Middlebury, Vt., 1900-.  Reported deceased.
Fish, Samuel Herman.  S. of P. C., b. Oneonta, N. Y., D. 20, 1852.  Psi Upsilon.  Prepared Chickering Institute, Cincinnati, O.; A. C., 1870-72, seven terms; Ohio Wesleyan U., 1872-74; grad. 1874.  Instructor in Greek and Latin Cincinnati Wesleyan Coll. and Chickering Institute, O., 1874-76; prin. Wilmington (O.) H. S., 1876-79.
*Frost, Joseph Edward.  S. of Moses and Lydia M. (Folger), b. Sidney, Me., O. 12, 1849.  Prepared Warren Acad., Woburn; A. C., 1870, one term.  D. Woburn, N. 10, 1871.
Hall, William Smith.  S. of Northrop S., b. Munnsville, N. Y., Jy. 6, 1848.  Prepared Cazenovia, N. Y.; Hamilton, 1870-71; A. C., 1871-72, three terms.  Taught Falley Sem. Fulton, N. Y., 1874-.
*Hawley, James Henry.  S. of Henry and Betsey D. (Buckley), b. Sheldon, Vt., S. 22, 1848.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. H.; A. C., 1870-71, two terms.  D. Excelsior, Minn., Jy. 30, 1871.
*Holmes, Frederick Avery.
Howland, Edward Hitchcock.  S. of William W. (A. C. 1841) and Susan (Reed), b. Jaffna, Ceylon, Je. 6, 1851.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1870-71, four terms; on farm, Conway regaining health, 1872-76; florist Easthampton, 1876-86; Holyoke, 1886.  Bro. Samuel (A. C. 1870); William (A. C. 1870); John (A. C. 1876); Henry (A. C. 1882); David B. (A. C. 1883).
Loring, Robert Pearmain.
Pratt, William Griswold.
*Sawtelle, Frederic Appleton.  S. of Lucinda, b. Mch. 15, 1850.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Registered from Charlestown.  A. C., 1870-71, three terms.  D. at sea.
*Smith, William Bryant.  S. of William and Sarah (Bryant), b. Lynnfield, Jy. 29, 1851.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1870-71, three terms.  Invalid, 1871-83.  D. O. 4, 1883.
Trowbridge, John Philander.  S. of Philander and Harriet (Durfee), b. Eastford, Conn., D. 10, 1849.  Prepared Norwich Free Acad., Conn.; A. C., 1870-71, two terms.  B. D., Yale D. S., 1874; ordained, S. 17, 1874; p. Standish, Me., 1874-81; a. p. W. Woodstock, Conn., 1882-88; Bethlehem, Conn., 1888-92; p. Cong Ch. Eastford, Conn., 1892-1901; No. Rochester, 1901-08; W. Groton, 1908-17; s. s. Lenox, 1917-18; p. Interlaken, Stockbridge, 1918-.  Address, Interlaken.
Whitney, Henry Thomas.  S. of Josiah B., b. Lunenburg, Ap. 11, 1849.  A. C., 1870-71, two terms; Middlebury.  Studied med. and surgery; med. miss'y Foochow, China.  Address, 503 W. Burchett St., Glendale, Cal.
Woodward, Abner Few.  S. of Elisha and Amy (Few), b. W. Chester, Penn., May 8, 1846.  Prepared State Normal School, Mansfield, Penn.; A. C., 1870-71, 1872, four terms.  In business, real estate and notary public, Monument, Col., 1875-92; mining, Cripple Creek, Col., 1892-.  Address, unknown.

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