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2712. Aborn, Everett Anderson.  S. of Lucius Anderson and Caroline A. (Richardson), b. Ellington, Conn., D. 31, 1859.  M. A., A. C., 1886; LL. B., Union Coll. of Law, 1887.  Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Monson Acad.  Taught Shattuck Military School, Faribault, Minn., 1883-84; Lake Forest, Ill., 1884-85; Union Coll. of Law, Chicago, Ill., 1885-87; admitted to bar, Supreme Court of Ill., 1887; lawyer Chicago, Ill., 1887-.

Address, 130 North Wells St., Chicago, Ill.

2713. *Adams, Charles Sullivan.
2714. *Ayer, John Rogers.
2715. *Backus, Clinton Jirah.
2716. Bancroft, Edward Erastus.
2717. *Bardwell, Darwin Long.
2718. Boyden, Wallace Clark.
2719. Bridgman, Howard Allen.
2720. Butler, Charles Henry.
2721. Byington, Edwin Hallock.
2722. Cahoon, Edward Augustus.
2723. Callahan, John Andrew.
2724. Chesley, Israel Folsom.
2725. *Claflin, William.
2726. *Clapp, Walter Clayton.
2727. Comins, Irving Edward.
2728. Comstock, Thomas Lamb.
2729. *Cotton, Frank Ethridge.
2730. Cushman, Avery Fayette.
2731. Derebey, Christus Apostolos.  S. of Apostolos and Elene (Philoxenides), b. Broosa, Turkey, F. 11, 1857.  M. D., Northwestern Med. Coll., 1897.

Prepared Metropolis Gymnasium, Athens, Greece; A. C., 1881-83.  Hartford T. S., 1883-85; Andover T. S., 1885-86; p. Cornish, Me., 1886-87; Portland, Me., 1887-88; W. Brooksville, Me., 1888-90; 1st Cong. Ch., Clintonville, Wis., 1890-93; studied Northwestern Med. Coll., 1893-97; medical miss'y among Greeks, Chicago, Ill.; physician.

Married O. 3, 1888, Nellie Frances, da. of Benjamin F. Pease, Cornish, Me.  Ch. Harold P.; Frank P.; Chester H.

Address, 4342 No. Keystone Ave., Chicago, Ill.

2732. Dyer, Almon Jesse.  S. of Henry Merit and Lucretia Bates (Willcutt), b. Cummington, O. 28, 1857.  Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Westfield State Normal School.  Hartford T. S., 1883-86; ordained Je. 4, 1886; p. Upton, 1886-92; 1st Cong. Ch., No. Brookfield, 1892-96; a. p., Ware, 1897; p. Cong. Ch., Sharon, 1897-1918; sec. Mass. Total Abstinance Soc., and ed. Temperance Cause, 1918-22; p. 1st Cong. Ch., Oxford, 1922-.  Director Mass. Total Abstinance Soc.

Married May 25, 1886, Lizzie Jane, da. of Jacob Lovell, Cummington.  Ch. Ruth E.

Address, Oxford, Mass.

2733. *Ellison, George Peabody.  S. of George and Jane E. (Hildreth), b. E. Creek, N. Y., Ap. 6, 1859.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Utica (N. Y.) Free Acad.  Bank clerk Utica, N. Y., 1885-.  D. Utica, N. Y., May 4, 1888.

2734. Fairbank, Henry.  S. of Samuel Bacon and Mary (Ballantine), b. Wadale (Bombay Presidency), India, Je. 30, 1862.  B. D., Yale, 1886; D. D., A. C., 1923.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Yale D. S., 1883-86; ordained Hatfield, May 27, 1886; miss'y of A. B. C. F. M., Wadale, India, 1886-98; Ahmednagar, India, 1899-1901, 1908-13, 1915-; prin. Divinity Coll., Ahmednagar, 1919-; Union Training School, Ahmednagar, 1918-; supt. of Vadala Dist., 1895-97, 1907; Rahuri Dist., 1902, 1903, 1913; Salara Dist., 1904-05; Kolgaon Dist., 1918-.

Married (1) S. 16, 1886, Ruby Elizabeth, da. of Rev. Charles Harding, Sholapur, India, who d. D. 24, 1906; (2) N. 17, 1908, Mary Etta Moulton, Ahmednagar, India.  Ch. Samuel B. (A. C. 1909); Alan M. (A. C. 1911); Ruth E.  Bro. Edward (A. C. 1889).

Address, Ahmednagar, India.

2735. Field, Walter Taylor.
2736. *Fitts, Frank Herbert.
2737. Foster, George Byron.
2738. Fowler, Edwin.
2739. French, Enoch Winfield.
2740. Greenleaf, Jonathan.
2741. Griffin, Martin Luther.
2742. *Guernsey, Edward Allen.
2743. Hallet, Walter Lewis.
2744. Hallett, Samuel Worthington.
2745. Hamilton, Charles Woodman.  S. of Woodman Clark and Mary T. (Weed), b. Fond du Lac, Wis., S. 23, 1860.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Fond du Lac (Wis.) H. S.; Dartmouth, 1879-81; A. C., 1881-83.  With Milwaukee Harvester Co., 1884-90; sec. and treasurer same co., 1890-98; owner Milwaukee Lace Paper Co., 1898-1902; president, treasurer and gen. manager, same co., 1902-.

Married S. 6, 1888, Elizabeth Fraser, da. of Francis W. Noyes, Milwaukee, Wis.  Ch. Kenneth C.; Raymond N.

Address, 291 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.

2746. Hamlin, Frederick William.
2747. *Hatch, David Phillips.
2748. Haven, Foster Strong.
2749. *Holcombe, William Perkins.
2750. Holt, Frederick Rogers.
2751. Hooker, George Ellsworth.
2752. *Houghton, Hezekiah Seymour.  S. of Matthew H. and Sarah (Seymour), b. Piermont, N. Y., Ap. 7, 1862.  M. A. A. C., 1886; M. D., Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1886.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Rev. H. E. Decker's private school, Sparkhill, N. Y.; B. S.  Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1883-86; Bellevue Hospital, 1886-87; studied U. of Bonn, Germany, and hospitals of Vienna, Austria and London, Eng., 1887-89; practised N. Y. City, 1889-1914.  Member N. Y. County Medical Assoc.; president, 1911.  D. N. Y. City, S. 11, 1914.

Married Jan. 5, 1888, Sarah, da. of William R. Preston, N. Y. City.  Ch. Florence (Mrs. R. M. Ellis); Helen S. (Mrs. G. M. Gales); Henry S.  Bro. Clarence S. (A. C. 1888).

2753. *Howland, David Brainard.  S. of Rev. William Ware (A. C. 1841) and Susan (Reed), b. Conway, May 8, 1861.  M. A., A. C., 1886.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Reporter and part owner Hampshire Daily Herald, Northampton, 1883-85; night ed. Rutland (Vt.) Herald, 1885-87; with Springfield Republican, 1887-96; ed. Worcester Evening Gazette, 1896-99; in ill health, Conway, 1899-1901; ed. Woman's Home Companion, Springfield, O., 1901-03; with Providence (R. I.) Journal; on National Republican Press Bureau, N. Y., 1904; with Pittsburgh (Penn.) Gazette, 1904-05.  D. Worcester, May 27, 1908.

Married N. 14, 1901, Emily B., da. of Charles G. Starkweather, Northampton.  1 s.  Bro. Samuel (A. C. 1870); William (A. C. 1870); Edward H. (A. C. ex 1874); John (A. C. 1876); Henry M. (A. C. 1882).

2754. Hyde, Alva Lincoln.
2755. *Johnson, John Mackie.
2756. Kendall, Frederick.
2757. Kingman, Joseph Ramsdell.
2758. *Knight, Franklin Henry.
2759. *Lew, Wilbert Blanchard.  S. of Peter B. and Carrie S. (Oxford), b. Gardner, May 6, 1861.

Prepared Gardner H. S.; A. C., 1880-83.  Studied veterinary medicine Battle Creek, Mich.; receiving clerk with J. N. Leonard, silk manufacturer, Northampton, 1888-89; veterinary surgeon, Florence, 1889-; Amherst, 1899-.  D. Amherst, S. 10, 1923.

Married Aug. 19, 1882, Hattie A. L., da. of Ira Burghardt, Amherst.

2760. Lewis, Theodore Graham.
2761. Low, John Watkins.
2762. McFarland, Corey Fuller.
2763. Manning, John Hart.
2764. *Marsh, Frank Ballard.
2765. *Mason, Marcus Marvin.
2766. Morse, Calvin Henry.
2767. Nash, Henry Clark.
2768. Nash, William Kellogg.
2769. Newell, Horatio Bannister.
2770. *Nichols, Clarence Lincoln.
2771. Noyes, Alexander Dana.
2772. Orr, William.
2773. *Owen, William Barry.
2774. Parsons, Edward Smith.
2775. Patton, Cornelius Howard.
2776. Pett, William Lockwood.
2777. *Pennock, Benjamin Whipple.
2778. Pratt, Charles Henry.
2779. Rae, Alexander.
2780. Rainey, Henry Thomas.  S. of John and Catharine M. (Thomas), b. Carrollton, Ill., Aug. 20, 1860.  M. A., A. C., 1886; B. L., Northwestern U., 1885.

Prepared Knox Acad., Ill.; Knox Coll., 1879-81; A. C., 1881-83.  Union Coll. of Law, Chicago, Ill., 1883-85; admitted to bar, Je., 1885; practised Carrollton, Ill., 1885-1904; farmer Carrollton, Ill., 1904-.  Member of Congress from 20th Ill. district 18 yrs.

Married Je. 27, 1887, Ella M., da. of William H. McBride, Harvard, Neb.

Address, Carrollton, Ill.

2781. Rhees, Benjamin Rush.
2782. *Rounds, Charles Edward.  S. of John C. and Louisa D. (Wadsworth), b. Malden, S. 8, 1859.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Malden H. S.  Stenographer Boston, 1883-84; Fargo, N. D., 1884-86; with No. Pacific Elevator Co., Minneapolis, Minn., 1886-93; St. Anthony & Dakota Elevator Co., Minneapolis, 1893-1906.  D. Minneapolis, Minn., F. 6, 1906.

Married May 9, 1888, Celia L., da. of Enoch B. Ellsworth, Minneapolis, Minn.  Ch. Louise E.; Charles K.; Julia M.

2783. Rugg, Arthur Prentice.  S. of Prentice Mason and Cynthia (Ross), b. Sterling, Aug. 20, 1862.  LL. B., Boston U., 1886; LL. D., A. C., 1908; Harvard, 1914.

Prepared Lancaster H. S.  Boston U. L. S., 1883-86; admitted to bar, Jy., 1886; lawyer under firm name, Thayer & Rugg, Worcester, 1886-1906; member of the Common Council, Worcester, 1895-96; president, 1896; asst. dist. attorney, middle dist., Mass., 1895-97; city solicitor, 1897-1906; assoc. justice supreme judicial court of Mass., 1906-11; chief justice, 1911-.  Trustee and vice-president Worcester Mechanics Savings Bank; trustee Boston U., Clark U., 1910-, and A. C., 1917-; member of Corporation M. I. T.; vice-president Amer. Acad. of Arts and Sciences; vice-president Amer. Antiquarian Soc.; vice-president Colonial Soc. of Mass.; member Mass. Hist. Soc.; director Worcester Public Library, 1909-15; Worcester County Law Library Assoc., 1909-.  Wrote Colonial Farm Life in New England.

Married Ap. 10, 1889, Florence May, da. of Charles Belcher, Worcester.  Ch. Charles B. (A. C. 1911); Arthur P.; Esther C.; Donald S. (d.).

Address, 488 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass.

2784. Rugg, George.
2785. Saben, Edward Emerson.  S. of Emerson O. and Angelia M. (Eddy), b. Somerville, N. 3, 1861.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Somerville H. S.  Clerk Boston, 1884-93; insurance agent and broker Boston, 1894-.

Address, 40 Broad St., Boston.

2786. Semple, Oliver Cheever.  S. of Amzi Chapin and Mary H. (Johnson), b. Bennington, Vt., Jy. 29, 1861.  M. A., A. C., 1885; LL. B., Harvard, 1889.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Lowell H. S.  Prin. Mann grammar school, Lowell, 1883-84; Pawtucket grammar school, Lowell, 1884-85; Columbia L. S., 1885-86; admitted to Minn. bar, S. 29, 1886; practised Minneapolis, Minn., 1886-91; N. Y. City, 1891-; asst. corporation counsel N. Y. City, 1902-03; asst. counsel Public Service Commission, 1st dist. State of N. Y., 1907-19; member Public Service Commission, 1920-.

Married Je. 8, 1898, Hester Mary Callahan, New York.

Address, 30 Church St., N. Y. City.

2787. *Silliman, Scott Smith.  S. of Isaac H. and Abigail (Smith), b. Stamford, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1855.

Prepared Stamford (N. Y.) H. S.; A. C., 1878-80; 1882-83.  Columbia L. S., 1883-84.  D. on way to Stamford, N. Y., May 29, 1884.

2788. Simonds, Henry Austin.  S. of Albert G. and Sarah (Woodcock), b. Athol, Ap. 9, 1861.  M. A., A. C., 1886.

Prepared Athol H. S.  Taught Latin and Greek Carlton Institute, Farmington, Mo., 1883-87; prof. of Latin and Greek Nebraska Central Coll., 1887-88; city supt. and prin. of Allegan (Mich.) H. S., 1888-90; same position Stevens Point, Wis., 1890-99; supt. of schools Oshkosh, Wis., 1899-1906; Bothell, Wash., 1907-18; Skykomish, Wash., 1918-19; life, accident and health insurance solicitor, Seattle, Wash., 1919-.  Member of King Co., Wash. Board of education, 1908-19.

Married (1) Je. 18, 1884, Elizabeth, da. of Rev. Edward A. Goodnough, Oneida, Wis., who d. D. 22, 1915; (2) Je., 1917, Mary Margaretta Askren, Tacoma, Wash.  Ch. Albert G.; William A.; Alice F. (Mrs. Ernest A. Seaton); Sarah E. (Mrs. Charles H. Green); Esther; John M.; Ruth (d.); Dorothy.

Address, 6727 Division Ave., N. W., Seattle, Wash.

2789. Smith, Harry Augustus Hammond.  S. of Augustus Marshall and Mary Townley (Howe), b. Oswego, N. Y., Jy. 5, 1860.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Peddie Institute, Hightstown, N. J.; U. of Minnesota, 1878-79; A. C., 1880-83.  Engraver Shelburne Falls, 1883-84; studied decorative art and artist N. Y. City, 1884-; restorer of paintings Metropolitan Museum, N. Y. City and in western art museums, 1895-.

Married May 22, 1913, Kathryn Yost, Dayton, O.

Address, 51 West 10th St., N. Y. City.

2790. Smith, Isaac Finney.  S. of David D. and Betsey (Coan), b. No. Truro, Jy. 6, 1860.  M. A., A. C., 1886.  Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Provincetown H. S.  Taught Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1883-85; Fort Bowie, Ariz., 1885-86; private tutor N. Y. City, 1886-; taught Browning School, N. Y. City; instructor in college preparatory studies; lecturer for New York City Board of Education, 1900-.

Address, Provincetown, Mass.

2791. *Smith, Osgood.
2792. Sprout, William Bradford.
2793. *Stebbins, Henry Dows.
2794. *Stickney, Frederick William.  S. of Charles and Julia G. (Noyes), b. Groveland, S. 23, 1860.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Haverhill H. S.  In shoe manufactory Fond du Lac, Wis., 1883-91; sec. Roger P. Wolcott, 1891-1901; r. W. Newbury.  D. Chicago, Ill., F. 27, 1923.

2795. *Stuart, William Z.
2796. *Trowbridge, George Mason.  S. of Rev. James H. and Alice L. (Mason), b. Dubuque, Ia., O. 16, 1861.  LL. B., Northwestern L. S., 1886.

Prepared Lake Forest (Ill.) Acad. and University School, Chicago, Ill.  Northwestern L. S., Chicago, Ill., 1883-85; practised Chicago, Ill., 1886-99; Los Angeles, Cal., 1899-1900; mayor's clerk Los Angeles, Cal.; reporter for Los Angeles Times; city ed. Los Angeles Herald; political writer San Francisco Bulletin; political correspondent Oregon Journal, 1902-06; ed., 1906-.  D. Portland, Ore., N. 29, 1919.

2797. Tuttle, Charles Augustus.
2798. Tuttle, George Albert.
2799. Walker, John Baldwin.
2800. *Walker, Williston.  S. of Rev. George Leon and Maria (Williston), b. Portland, Me., Jy. 1, 1860.  Ph. D., U. of Leipzig, Germany, 1888; D. D., Western Reserve, O., 1894; A. C., 1895; Yale, 1901; U. of Geneva, Switzerland, 1909; Harvard, 1912; L. H. D., Marietta, 1910.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Brattleboro (Vt.) H. S.  Hartford T. S., 1883-86; U. of Leipzig, Germany, 1886-88; licensed to preach, Ap., 1885; assoc. prof. of history Bryn Mawr, 1888-89; assoc. prof. of church history Hartford T. S., 1889-92; Waldo prof. of Germanic and western church history Hartford T. S., 1892-1901; prof. of church history and Titus Street prof. of ecclesiastical history Yale D. S., 1901-22; provost of Yale, 1919-22.  Chairman dept. of hist., member of Yale U. Council, acting dean of Grad. School; clerk of Yale U. Ch. and director Chang-sha Mission (new Yale in China); trustee A. C., 1896-1922; [secretary A. C. corporation, 1899-1919;] Southworth lecturer on Congregationalism Andover T. S., 1898-99; president Amer. Soc. of Church History; New Haven Colony Historical Soc.; Conn. Soc. of Colonial Wars; member Amer. Historical Assoc.; Amer. Antiquarian Soc.; fellow Nat. Acad. of Arts and Sciences and member other societies.  Author On The Increase of Royal Power under Philip Augustus; The Creeds and Platforms of Congregationalism; The Reformation; Ten New England Leaders; John Calvin; and other works.  D. New Haven, Conn., Mch. 9, 1922.

Married Je. 1, 1886, Alice, da. of Richard H. Mather, Amherst.  Ch. Amelia (Mrs. Morgan B. Cushing); Elizabeth.

2801. *Warren, Frank Dale.
2802. Washburn, Charles Henry.
2803. *Whitaker, Elbridge John.
2804. Whitcomb, Charles Tristram.
2805. *Whittlesey, Charles Terrill.


*Allen, James White.  S. of Benjamin Dwight and Eliza (White), b. Worcester, O. 1, 1860.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Worcester H. S.; A. C., 1879-81.  Bookkeeper and cashier Worcester Evening Gazette, 1881-92; clerk with Arnold, Cheney & Co., N. Y. City, 1892-.  D. Worcester, D. 26, 1897.
Bardwell, Conrad Myron.
*Blanke, Everett Nexsen.  S. of George C. and Florence (Nexsen), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1861.  Prepared Adelphi Acad. and Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. C., 1879-80.  In business a few months; reporter several newspapers; editorial staff Brooklyn Daily Eagle and N. Y. Herald; with T. B. Brown's Advertising Agency, 1893-99; sec. and treasurer Bankers' and Lawyers' Advertising Co., 1899-1922.  D. N. Y. City, D. 16, 1922.
Cochran, Thomas.
Foster, George Wilson.
*French, Charles Edwin.
*Hendrickson, Walter Pierce.  S. of Charles E. and Harriet S. (Pierce), b. New Bedford, O. 7, 1861.  Prepared New Beford H. S.; A. C., 1879-81; Columbia M. S.  D. Pasadena, Cal., N. 13, 1892.
Herrick, Edward Barton.
Ho, Ting Liang.  S. of Sach Ho, b. Kwang Tung Province, Canton, China, Mch. 3, 1860.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1879-81; recalled by Chinese government; surgeon on Chinese war vessel, 1886-.
Hopkins, Frank Tucker.
*Jewett, George Franklin.
*Jones, Elias Bliss.
*Jones, Hugh McKee.  S. of Stephen Edward (A. C. 1853) and Mattie (McKee), b. Jessamine County, Ky., S. 5, 1861.  Prepared in public schools Louisville, Ky.; A. C., 1880-81.  D. Harrodsburg, Ky., O. 3, 1881.
*Kirby, Nathaniel Harris.
*Kirby, William Dwight.
*Kitchin, William Charles.
Krikorian, Hohanness Kara.  S. of Rev. Kara Krikore Harootunian and Lucia Djebedjian, b. Aintab, Turkey, F. 3, 1855.  B. D., Yale, 1883.  Prepared Marash T. S. and Central Turkey Coll., Aintab, Turkey; A. C., 1880-81.  Yale D. S., 1881-83; post-grad. student, Yale U., 1898-99; teacher of philosophy and the evidences of Christianity, Central Turkey Coll., Aintab, Turkey, 1883-85; Goodell prof. of same subjects, 1885-1902; p. Bible House Chapel, American Mission Constantinople, and ed. Mission weekly paper, Avedaper, 1902-; issued Armeno-Turkish weekly paper, 1910-; taught Robert Coll., Constantinople, 1917-19.  Wrote book in Turkish for Moslem readers Three or One?  Address, 373 Orchard St., New Haven, Conn.
Leonard, William Hartford.
*Levonian, Sarkis.
Mitchell, Frederick Brainerd.
Norton, Harry Adams.
*Oliver, Frank Howard.
*Orr, Edward Stevens.
Palmer, Albert Ripley.
Perry, Francis Wright.
*Reed, Harry Irving.
Smith, Clayton David.
Smith, Levi.
Ward, Clarence Eugene.
Williams, Gurdon Walter.
Woodruff, Henry Sylvester.  S. of Franklin and Mary (Farnham), b. E. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 4, 1862.  Prepared Brooklyn (N. Y.) private school; A. C., 1879.

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