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PREFACE. 

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The present edition of the Register contains one new feature 
which needs some explanation, — that of the historical sketch and 
of the character sketches, with accompanying portraits of many 
of the deceased members of the faculty. It was at the earnest 
request of many of the older alumni that these have been intro- 
duced. When, after much consideration, it was finally decided 
upon, it was agreed that there should be no mention made of any 
who are now living, nor of any deceased who became members 
of the faculty after 1875, which will account for the omission of 
the names of some who have done much toward the develop- 
ment and growth of the University. It is the expectation that 
these sketches shall be a part of a series, which, when taken 
together, shall record something more than the mere names of 
those who have done so much to make our University what it 
has been and now is. 

For the first time the alumni of the Law, Music, and Art 
Schools have had the same attention as the College of Liberal 
Arts. The result is, perhaps, all that could have been expected, 
but is far from satisfactory. It is earnestly requested that any- 
one who may know the facts concerning any deceased, or of the 
present address of any living, where the address is incorrect or 
not given, will at once send the same to the editor to be filed for 
use in the preparation of the next edition. The same request is 
made in regard to the alumni of the Medical School. 

It is hardly necessary to say that every effort has been made 
to avoid errors and omissions, and to correct any that may have 
crept into former editions. Acknowledgement is hereby given to 
those who have responded to requests for information, and to 
those who kindly prepared the different sketches. Further- 
more, it is requested that those interested, either personally 
or as alumni, will report promptly as they occur, changes of 
address, obituary notices, changes of name by marriage, academic 
and other official honors received, — in fact, any information that 
may properly find a place in this Register. 

C. A. Martix, ('80). 
Editor. 



DEPAUW UNIVERSITY— AN HISTORICAL SKETCH 

BY BELLE A. MANSFIELD, A. M., LL. B. 

The development of institutions in a state like our own, where 
they have been a part of the indigenous growth, is always of 
peculiar interest. Even in the pioneer days in Indiana there 
was a distinct recognition of needs beyond those for the mere 
material existence, and the life was known to be more than meat, 
and the body than raiment. Consequently the most far-seeing 
men and women, with distinct appreciation and rare devotion, 
bent the best energies of their lives to bring about the most 
helpful surroundings, for growth and development, not only 
within their own homes, but also in their several communities 
and within the reach of the still wider public. Under this im- 
pulse, churches and schools naturally found their places among 
the homes, the mills, the shops, and the stores of the new com- 
munities, and the growing civilization. This soon meant schools 
for the higher education, as well as those of primary and sec- 
ondary grade; schools, too, not only under state management 
and support — but those under religious control as well — where 
distinct attention should be given to the spiritual growth, at the 
same time that the intellect was receiving its strictest training 
and most careful direction. As an outgrowth of this idea, the 
Methodist ministers of Indiana, in their Annual Conference as- 
sembled in 1835, voiced the sentiment of the most progressive, 
not only of their own numbers, but also of their congregations, 
when, after long and careful consultation, they drew into a 
formal resolution this sentiment that had been growing for 
several years, and adopted it and spread it upon their records — 
that they would found an institution for higher learning, to be 
known as "The Indiana Asbury University." This meant much. 
The state was, as yet, sparsely settled; its roads, where laid out 
at all, were well nigh impassable; Methodism had only about 
25,000 members within the state confines — and money was scarce 
among them, as it was also among their neighbors; but the need 
seemed great, energy was at high tide, and faith in the future 
unbounded. These ministers went from their Conference session, 



vi DePauw University. 

and talked over their new plans with the people of their widely 
extended circuits. 

Several places presented their claims and urged them to he 
the seat of this new center of learning — prominent among which 
were Lafayette, Indianapolis, Rockville, Putnamville and Green- 
castle. After it was once decided that the location should be 
within Putnam county, the advantageous situation of Putnamville 
was argued seemingly with propriety and with special force, 
because it was on that important "National Road" that lead in 
unbroken distance even from Pittsburg and beyond it westward 
to the Mississippi river. But notwithstanding this really im- 
portant factor, the balance of the argument was against it, and 
the decision was cast in favor of Greencastle. This vote was 
reached at the Conference session of 1836, which was held in 
Indianapolis, and on the Saturday afternoon of that occasion. 
The next Monday morning, Rev. J. C. Smith and Rev. Aaron 
Wood were appointed agents to collect money for the erection 
of suitable buildings for this important new enterprise. A com- 
mittee also was named to memorialize the Legislature at its com- 
ing session in the interests of a charter. All the preliminaries 
were adjusted and work in earnest was about to begin. The first 
serious opposition was encountered when the committee appeared 
before the Legislature with their petition — a double line of oppo- 
sition — from the foes of advancing Methodism, and from those 
who were opposed to attempting anything more than was already 
being done in the matter of education under the existing dif- 
ficulties. But the way was finally cleared — in the lower house, 
by argument, and in the upper by strategy, combined with the 
argument; and on the 10th of January, 1837, the charter was 
granted which provided as follows: "That a seminary of learn- 
ing shall be, and the same is hereby established in the town or 
vicinity of Greencastle, in Putnam county, and state of Indiana, 
to be known by the name and style of 'The Indiana Asbury Uni- 
versity,' which shall be founded and maintained forever, upon a 
plan most suitable for the benefit of the youth of every class of 
citizens, and of every religious denomination, who shall be freely 
admitted to equal advantages and privileges of education, and 
to all the literary honors of said University according to their 
merit." As yet, it will be noticed, that no maiden was provided 
for in all this University outlook; her presence was not described 



Historical Sketch. vii 

even on the university horizon and the "youth" of this charter 
provision is to have its strict interpretation of being, as the 
grammarian would say it, of masculine gender. 

The claims of this new Institution were presented and urged 
all over the state, and money came in at least liberally, if not 
abundantly. A building was begun which was to furnish the 
"local habitation and the place," and its corner stone was laid 
amid great ceremony on June 20, 1837. This was the noblest 
occasion Putnam county had ever yet seen. Twenty thousand 
people had come from the surrounding country — some of them 
even from distant parts to witness this important ceremony. 
All Greencastle was a center of hospitality in the entertainment 
of its guests. The sermon of the occasion was preached by that 
splendid orator, Dr. Henry B. Bascom, of Kentucky, who later 
on became one of the Bishops of the Methodist Church South. 
All the incidents considered as belonging to such occasions were 
fully observed, and the men and women went to their homes 
resolved upon renewed zeal and added sacrifices in the interests 
of their "University." The Building which was the original of 
what is now known as "West College," progressed without inter- 
ruption or serious delay, and was really a noble structure from 
the standpoint of its times and its surroundings. 

But the educational idea did not wait upon its completion. 
Rev. Cyrus Nutt, of Allegheny College, Pennsylvania, had recently 
opened a school in Greencastle, which within a few days of the 
laying of the "corner stone," was adopted as the preparatory 
school for the "University"; it had its beginning in an old school 
house, but in November of its first year was moved into a build- 
ing on the piece of ground now occupied by the College Avenue 
Methodist Church. The first home of this school was neither 
spacious nor pretentious — a room of about twelve by fifteen feet, 
but this was quite large enough for the teacher and his five stu- 
dents — the total enrollment at the opening of the first term; of 
these five, four were from Greencastle and the remaining one 
was from a few miles out in the country; their names are care- 
fully preserved and are a part of the records. One-fifth of these 
charter member students continued his course even to graduation, 
and was a member of the class of '42 — the third class that gradu- 
ated from the Institution. 

Several ineffectual attempts to organize a faculty, were made 



viii DePauw University. 

within the next two years. The trustees, in their wisdom, saw that 
first class talent must be called and the very best preparation that 
the church could command; in return they had little but pos- 
sibilities to offer by way of inducement. During this period, Prof. 
Nutt — be his name written with reverence, held steadily to his 
course, and was himself acting president, professor, faculty, 
treasurer and whatever other offices the duties of the day might 
demand. With such assistance as he could from time to time se- 
cure, he did his work bravely and had the reward of seeing it 
prosper under his care, and of recognizing the promise of larger 
things in the times to come. 

At a meeting of the Board in 1839, upon the recommendation 
of Bishop Roberts, whose home was then in Indiana, and of Dr. 
Charles Elliott, editor of the Western Christian Advocate, Prof. 
Matthew Simpson, of the faculty of Allegheny College, was elected 
president; largely through the representations and the urgency 
of those who recommended him, he decided to accept this import- 
ant place, and entered upon his duties September 23, 1839. The 
first regular faculty as then constituted was as follows: 

Rev. Matthew Simpson, A. M., M. D., — President and Professor 
of Mathematics. 

Rev. Cyrus Nutt, A. M., — Professor of Languages. 
Rev. John W. Weakley, A. M. — Principal of Preparatory Depart- 
ment. 

John Wheeler, — Tutor in Languages. 

Dr. Simpson soon became known as wise in counsel, strong in 
executive quality and eloquent in speech. He was a statesman, 
and orator and a consecrated man of God. The new being com- 
mitted to his care received into its veins some of the rare quality 
that carried him some years later to the eminent distinction of 
being recognized as the greatest man in American Methodism, 
since the days of Bishop Asbury. 

His associates in the faculty, too, were men of genuine merit 
and of unfaltering devotion to their work. All of them became 
in subsequent years themselves presidents of important educa- 
tional institutions. 

This faculty entered upon its duties in 1839, the school still 
being located in the old Seminary Building. But at the opening 
of the second term of that scholastic year, in the spring of 1840, 
the new structure though not yet completed, was so far advanced 



Historical Sketch. ix 

that one part of it could be used for school purposes while the 
remainder was being finished. Work was pushed forward vigor- 
ously, both in the classes and with the brick and mortar, in order 
that by the commencement time, which was to be about the mid- 
dle of September, everything might be in readiness for a veritable 
"Commencement," and the looked for day at length arrived. The 
close of the school year witnessed a great event, the gradua- 
tion of the first class from the "University," a class of three, of 
whom Dr. Thomas Goodwin, of Indianapolis, with a long line of 
useful labors back of him still lives to encourage us with his 
abounding spirits, to enliven us with his spicy reminiscences 
and to stimulate us with his enthusiastic activity. He still keeps 
a clear brain and wields a trenchant pen. 

On the 13 of September, Dr. Simpson, who had been busily at 
work for nearly one year already, was formally inaugurated and 
the keys of the Institution were placed in his possession by the 
Hon. David Wallace, the governor of the state of Indiana; this 
was his official announcement as the first president of "The 
Indiana Asbury University." 

The next day the Board of Trustees took important action, 
looking toward making larger provisions for the growing needs. 
The chair of mathematics was separated from the president's 
duties and Rev. W. C. Larrab'ee, A. M., then principal of 
Cazenovia Seminary, was elected professor of mathematics and 
Natural Science — but was soon relieved of the latter half of this 
combination to take charge of which Charles G. Downey, A. M., was 
elected. The chair of languages, too, was divided — its former in- 
cumbent retaining the Greek, his tutor, Rev. John Wheeler. A. B., 
being elected to the chair of Latin language and literature. 
The president also organized the department of mental and moral 
science and took charge of its classes in addition to his official 
duties as the head of the institution, 

The Faculty was now considered quite complete, and was, in- 
deed, under all the circumstances one of remarkable strength. 
Only one change and one addition were made in its composition 
for the liberal arts work, until the end of what is sometimes 
called the Simpson period; the change was incident to the resig- 
nation of Prof. Nutt and the succession of the elegant and en- 
thusiastic Prof. B. F. Tefft, A. M., from the state of Maine. 
The retiring professor, however, returned a few years later to 



x BePauw University. 

serve through another period of years in connection with the 
Faculty here, and then in the Faculty of a neighboring institu- 
tion in our own state. The additional name placed in the teach- 
ing list was that of the accomplished scholar, Rev. S. K. Hoshour, 
A. M., who in 1847 was elected as Tutor to take charge of the new 
work in German and French. In July 1848, President Simpson, 
with his work in full tide of prosperity, resigned his place to ac- 
cept the editorship of the Western Christian Advocate, to which 
position he had been recently elected. He had been at Asbury 
about ten years; during that time it had grown from its small 
beginnings, though with a large enough name, surely, to the 
status of a really prosperous and well known college. From the 
first, its educational standards had been placed high, and its corps 
of instruction was from among the best scholars and thinkers 
that the country could furnish. This meant very much, not only 
for those days and years, but for those that have followed even 
down to the present: and it will mean much for the subsequent 
times — not only in the records that are back of us and the tradi- 
tions that are about us, but in the impulse under which we shall 
continue to live and grow. 

Students, too, came in goodly numbers — as many as under the 
existing conditions could be well cared for; and these not only 
from our own state, but a liberal proportion from adjoining states 
and even more distant regions — recognizing that here was a 
place to gain an education of a high order, and to gain it under 
the advantages of broad healthful, christian surroundings. The 
best educational interests here subserved, and the importance of 
christian influences was emphasized. 

During the year that followed the resignation of Dr. Simpson, 
while the Board was trying to find a successor who would exactly 
suit the conditions and the needs — the administration was placed 
in the hands of Prof. Larrabee, and the standards were well main- 
tained during this interim. 

July 14, 1849, Rev. Lucien W. Berry, A. M., was chosen presi- 
dent and entered very soon afterward upon the duties of his official 
position. He was pre-eminently an orator; one of the most bril- 
liant pulpit orators of his time — and withal a man of learning. 
He came to the new field of labor with the confidence of his 
brethren and the strong support of the church. His formal in- 
auguration took place at the next commencement time, nearly 



Historical Sketch. xi 

one year after he commenced his work; the keys of the Univer- 
sity were placed in his charge by the chief executive of the state, 
Governor Wright. He continued to administer the affairs of the 
Institution for four years longer, and at the end of that time 
resigned his place here, and accepted the presidency of the Iowa 
Wesleyan University at Mt. Pleasant. 

In the following August, the Rev. Daniel Curry, D. D., of New 
York City was elected to the vacancy; he began his work with the 
opening of the school year and remained until July 1857, a period 
of about three years. Dr. Curry was a superior teacher, a man of 
fine native ability and extensive culture, but not quick to assimi- 
late the spirit of the west into his eastern life and habits; nor was 
he, perhaps, always wise in government. Passing by entirely 
what may have been the merits of the case, it is matter of history 
that during these years arose the college rebellion that threat- 
ened such dire things to the school. So serious did the conditions 
become that a special session of the Board of Trustees was called 
in December, 1856, to adjust the differences between faculty and 
students that seemed incapable of easier adjustment. During 
this session the resolution was presented and adopted discourag- 
ing, as a general principle all appeals from students to the Board 
of Trustees as against faculty action. But at the end of the 
school year, the president decided that perhaps the interests of all 
concerned might be best subserved by a change in administration. 
He resigned his place and enjoyed many years of successful labor 
in other fields — the greater part of the time as editor of some of 
the most important periodicals under the control of Methodism. 

From July 1857 to July 1858 the Institution was again without 
an executive head. At this time Dr. Nutt was again elected to 
a professorship, after an absence of a number of years, and was 
also made vice president. With this arrangement a successful 
year ensued and at the close of it Rev. Thomas Bowman, D°. D. 
was elected to the presidency. He brought with him into his 
work, a beautiful spirit and a thorough education. Upon his 
coming, the school people and the general public rallied about 
him and the fourteen years of his administration were fourteen 
good years. There was genuine progress in those times and a 
good degree of peace on earth, good will among men. In 1872 he 
resigned the place which he had held through so many and such 
successful years, because the church in its wisdom had trans- 



xii DePauw University. 

formed the college president into a bishop of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. Rev. Reuben Andrus, D. D., at that time pastor of 
Meridian Street Church in Indianapolis, was chosen as his suc- 
cessor, and continued in the place for three years; he was a 
strong preacher and a noble hearted man whose presence even 
impressed people toward the better things. He came to his new 
work in days of its prosperity and after three faithful and suc- 
cessful years concluded to return to the work of his choice in 
the regular pastorate. 

Rev. Alexander Martin, D. D., was the choice for the -next 
president. He was a Scotchman by birth and had the true fiber 
of his own strong, rugged country. He was a born ruler and an 
able organizer. Dr. Martin came to Asbury in 1875, with ripe and 
broad scholarship and with firm conviction of right, which he 
carried out without fear or favor. He knew what a University 
ought to be, and furthermore knew that the one to which he 
was called was only an excellent college; he believed though, that 
the time had come to extend its circle of usefulness, and to make 
it in fact what it had all along been in name. To this end he 
labored and with how large degree of success is well known, 
till he saw Asbury enlarged and itself the Liberal Arts School of 
DePauw University, with beginnings at least of all the special 
and professional schools that usually enter into the constitu- 
tion of a university, excepting only that of medicine. In 
1889, he feeling that, with advancing years, he should be re- 
lieved from the heaviest of his responsibilities and the most 
arduous of his duties, his resignation as president, offered for the 
second time, was finally accepted and his active duties in the 
University were allowed to remain only in connection with his 
department of philosophy — at which post he continued until the 
end of his long and useful life in 1893. 

After much consultation in the matter of the next presidency, 
Rev. J. P. John, D. D., was chosen in 1889. He was already one 
of the University professors and the Institution's vice president. 
He was thoroughly acquainted with the life about him and in full 
sympathy with the course of development of the last few years. 
With his strong logical mind and his enthusiastic nature he rec- 
ognized large possibilities in the very near future, and bent his 
energies toward them. He devoted himself assiduously to the 
reorganization of the courses of study, and to the looking out 



Historical Sketch. xiii 

professors of the highest available quality in their own lines of 
work, so that whenever a change had to be made in the faculty, 
or an addition could be made, it might always be the best one 
possible in the interests of the highest order of work in all depart- 
ments. These were the days when the University expectations 
were at their greatest as regarded the value of its endowments 
and large things seemed to be within the reasonable reach of the 
Institution. But hard times came this way in '93 and continued 
through several subsequent years. Business interests suffered; 
stocks and shares declined in value; productive funds became 
nonproductive; student numbers decreased because incomes in 
their homes were uncertain, and the horizon of present possibil- 
ities narrowed and that beyond the power of any one to prevent 
it. Many a man and many an institution during those years had 
to exchange its inquiry of "what is best" for the more available 
one of '"what is now most expedient." But a high order of work 
was done in recitation rooms, libraries and laboratories, and 
young men and young women were learning to think, and were 
getting ready for the great world. Dr. John resigned the presi- 
dency in 1896 and was followed by the present incumbent Rev. 
H. A. Gobin, A. M., D. D., who for some years previous had been 
the dean of the school of Theology. He has shown himself to be 
a man among men for the time in the midst of which he has 
been placed, and has answered with rare discretion the best in- 
terests of the University, and brought it through the severest 
days of its financial difficulties, till the dawn of a new era of 
prosperity appears on its horizon. And now the church and the 
general public are expecting large things at his hands and a new 
epoch of forward movement. During these recent times, even 
when needs have been the most urgent and money has been 
at its greatest scarcity, the worst that could ever be fairly said 
was that the Institution was financially embarassed, for always 
the standards have been kept high, the numbers in attendance 
have been large enough for the resources at hand, first class work 
has been done, and a rare spirit of loyalty and college enthusiasm 
has prevailed among faculty and students. 

Within these fifty two years, and under these seven administra- 
tions that have followed since the times of the first president, 
professors, associates, instructors and tutors have come and 
gone — many of them of noble quality and a high degree of effici- 



xiv DePauw University. 

ency in their several departments. Nor has it always been in 
their departments alone that they have rendered inestimable 
and imperishable service; for some have been wise and careful 
counsellors as well, and have touched for healing and for health 
the young life about them; some, too, have contributed bounti- 
fully toward the solutions of the weightiest problems that have 
presented themselves through these years, for university solu- 
tion, and have planned and worked with zeal and efficiency for 
enlarging interests and advancing opportunities. But there are 
too many of them whose merits place them in honored ranks in 
the educational world, even to be named and titled in the brief 
pages of this historical sketch; but they are carefully registered 
in the subsequent pages of this volume. 

Many interesting things present themselves as worthy a place 
in the records of these passing years, but naturally we can stop 
here to make mention of only a few of them, so these few must 
be selected from among those that are conspicuous as record 
making ones: 

On the 23 of May, 1843, the trustees entered into compact with 
the secretary of war to educate ten Choctaw boys, and pursuant 
to this agreement Indians came into the school. At first it 
seemed peculiar but was entirely consistent with the provisions 
of the charter as was also the coming in at later times of Jap- 
anese, Africans and Chinese. 

In the July meeting of the Board of Trustees in 1846, a depart- 
ment of law was created; but little however was done with it 
until 1853, when it was organized for regular work. Ithas had a 
fitful career, sometimes of activity and sometimes of inactivity; 
at this present writing, if in existence at all, it is in a state of 
suspended animation; altogether it has had an active life of 
nearly twenty five years — and during these years much really 
excellent work has been done. Able professors have been in its 
faculties and able students have gone out from its classes. 

In November, 1848, "Indiana Central Medical College" was 
organized at Indianapolis and made a department of the Univer- 
sity; it had a prosperous career extending through four years; 
three classes, aggregating forty members, were graduated from 
it. But though these beginnings seemed full of promise the 
Board of Trustees concluded that they had been premature in 



Historical Sketch. xv 

so large an additional undertaking and withdrew support and 
sanction from the young school. 

Hon. James Whitcomb, in 1853, gave the University his valua- 
ble library of 4,500 volumes, and made provisions for its super- 
vision and enlargement. This furnished a very considerable 
nucleus for the accumulations of all these years. The regular 
income from the endowment which he left for it is still one of 
the important sources of revenue for the purchases of new sup- 
plies from year to year. 

In 1859 it was considered expedient to re-organize the depart- 
ments, and this was done under the following eight titles — each 
member of the Corps of Instructors fitting in some one of these 
groups. 

I. President, and Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

II. Vice President, an Professor of Mathematics. 

III. Professor of Natural Science. 

IV. Professor of Greek Language and Literature 
V. Professor of Latin Language and Literature. 

VI. Professor of Belles Lettres and History. 
VII. Adjunct Professor of Mathematics and Principal of Pre- 
paratory Department. 
VIII. Professor of Law. 

This new classification, in itself, made no changes in the 
work about the Institution, or in the respective duties of the 
various persons concerned, but merely set forth in more sys- 
tematic order facts that had been thrown into more or less of con- 
fusion by many adjustments and readjustments. 

The year 1867 witnessed a real innovation; after careful con- 
sideration and protracted discussion, it was decided in June, that 
ladies should be admitted to the College classes. This was a 
great departure from the old standards; the mixed student con- 
tingent had as yet appeared in but very few of our Colleges — 
notable among this few were Oberlin College and the Iowa Wes- 
leyan University. With the opening of the next school year, a 
number of young women availed themselves of the privileges 
for higher education, and in 1871 four young women were in 
the graduating class. 

In 1869, Robert Stockwell having given $25,000 to the endow- 
ment funds — which then seemed quite a munificent gift, the 



xvi DePauw University. 

chair of Greek was named in his honor "The Robert Stockwell 
Chair of Greek Language and Literature." 

But naturally amid all the growth and expansion of the times, 
the one building that had been so ample in its first years was 
entirely too small to meet even tolerably well the present needs. 
An additional building must be erected and that in the near 
future. After much deliberation, with but little money for it in 
hand and not much more in sight, but with large faith in the 
possibilities, the work was undertaken, and on the 20th of Octo- 
ber, 1869, the corner stone was laid for a new building — the 
one now known as East College. The work progressed but slowly, 
for the Trustees and the Building Committee were not willing to 
go much in advance of the ready money for the payment of the 
bills; so that about six years passed by before the structure was 
completed, though parts of it were ready for occupancy before 
that time. When it was finished it was at a total cost of some- 
thing more than one hundred thousand dollars. Quite a number 
of its rooms were finished, furnished and named by private 
individuals, and the spacious chapel was beautifully finished by 
Mr. Jesse Meharry. and named in honor of his wife "Meharry 
Hall." 

In 1S77 a Department of Military Science was established. It 
was organized and considerably advanced in drill through the 
generous and unrecompensed labors of Major C. W. Smith, of the 
class of '67, and Major M. Masters, both of Indianapolis, but an 
officer of the regular army was soon afterward secured, and the 
department was maintained without interruption until the out- 
break of the recent Spanish war, which called in for the active 
service the officers and the guns. A Department of Physical 
Culture has for the present superseded it. 

In 1879 laboratories were first opened for science work; prior 
to this time, these studies had been pursued from the text book 
with occasional experiments made by the teacher in the presence 
of his classes; with this new era, the student was sent into the 
laboratory to conduct his own investigations and make his re- 
ports. The chemical laboratory was opened first, to be followed 
soon by the physical, and a little later by the biological. 

On February 10, 1879, the old College building was nearly de- 
stroyed by fire. A little later it was rebuilt, enlarged and re- 



Historical Sketch. xvii 

fitted — not at all a thing of beauty in its present state, but 
spacious and useful. 

Eighteen hundred and eighty-two witnessed two marked actions 
of the Board of Trustees — the first one the election of Prof. Alma 
Holman, A. M., to the Chair of Modern Languages, the first lady 
called to a full professorship in the Institution; the second one 
the establishment of the Department of Theology, to which Rev. 
S. L. Bowman, S. T. D., of New Jersey, was called as the head. 

On May 5, 1884, there came to a happy termination the series 
of negotiations that had been in progress for nearly three years, 
and that resulted in the change from "Indiana Asbury Uni- 
versity" to "DePauw University," with the beginnings of all that 
it has meant in the way of strengthening and of enlargement. 
For the details of these important transactions reference must 
be made to the fuller records of the University. Suffice it here 
to say that important financial interests were subserved, by which 
the Institution received $60,000 from Greencastle and Putnam 
county, $120,000 from the Indiana Conferences and friends out- 
side of Putnam county, and from Hon. W. C. DePauw, the liberal 
bequests, which, notwithstanding the vicissitudes of subsequent 
years, have netted the Institution already about four hundred 
thousand dollars with settlements yet to be made within the 
near future that, according to most conservative estimates, will 
amount to about an additional one hundred and fifty thousand 
dollars. 

Also, pending these negotiations, arrangements were completed 
for several other important enterprises prominent among which 
was the building and equipment of our excellent McKim Obser- 
vatory entirely at the expense of him whose name it bears. And 
this is in the line of advancement which has long been in progress. 
From the early beginning of the University down to the present 
time, friends have come forward with generous gifts to meet the 
pressure of special difficulties or to open the way for important 
advances that could not otherwise be made. Indeed the Institu- 
tion has never been wanting in friends who have been willing to 
labor, to plan, and even to sacrifice in its behalf. This has been 
one element of its vitality and its strength. Rooms and corridors, 
libraries and alcoves are eloquent in their tributes, and the 
names and generosity of numbers of these earnest and devoted 



xviii DePauw University. 

friends and helpers are among the most sacred of the records of 
these years. 

With the new possibilities that opened with the coming in 
of these larger amounts of money of the past sixteen years the 
opportunity seemed at hand for realizing in fact the name of 
"University," and several new schools were projected and form- 
ally opened; so that by the year 1886 the following schools were 
in operation, and so continued for several years: 

The Asbury College of Liberal Arts. 

School of Theology. 

School of Law. 

School of Military Science. 

School of Music. 

School of Art. 

Normal School. 

Preparatory School. 

In 1890 it was deemed wise to elect a Professor of Pedagogy 
into the faculty of the Asbury College of Liberal Arts rather than 
to maintain a separate Normal school — not because of any diffi- 
culty in maintaining the latter, but because more in harmony 
with the educational idea about a University. 

In 1894, from lack of funds that could appropriately be used 
in developing the Law School into what it really should be, it 
was thought best by the Board of Trustees to suspend it at least 
for a time, and in 1899 similar action, for reasons partly similar, 
was taken in regard to the School of Theology, and a professor- 
ship of Biblical Literature was added in the Liberal Arts Depart- 
ment. 

In 1S96 the name "Preparatory School" was changed to "Acad- 
emy," in order that the work done there mignt be more exactly 
designated. With these changes the several schools continue. 

Incident to the enlargement of the Institution in these recent 
years several new buildings have been added; at present the 
buildings are as follows: East College, West College, Science 
Hall, McKim Observatory, Woman's Hall, Music Hall, Art Hall 
and Florence Hall — the last named of which is the most recent 
one, and was built through the bounty of Mrs. DePauw and Miss 
Florence DePauw. An additional building to be devoted to chem- 
istry and physics is just begun; it is expected to cost about fifty 



Historical Sketch. xix 

thousand dollars — the generous and timely gift of Mr. D. W. Min- 
shall, of Terre Haute. 

In 1884 the office of Chancellor was created and Bishop Bow- 
man was elected to fill that office. And though it was without 
specified duties and without "salary, it has been by no means a 
mere empty name — for our Chancellor has always meant very 
much to us and his abounding interest and his timely visits have 
always been an inspiration and a benediction about the Institu- 
tion. During these last two years his exact title has been "Chan- 
cellor Emeritus," merely that the former designation might 
be used for an active officer out in field who should be one of the 
regular staff of workers. This position is now held by Rev. 
W. H. Hickman, D. D., a man of large business ability and bound 
less energy, who pushes with vigor the business affairs of the 
University; he is now in the interest of adding $500,000 to the 
permanent endowment fund of the University, and looking after 
the affairs of the new building that is just under way. 

And now this sketch has reached one of the most important 
factors of University life and University connection — the Alumni 
and other former students of all these years from the beginnings 
even unto this present time; these men and, in more recent years, 
these women, too, whose lives have been to so large an extent, 
molded and directed under its influence. After all this is one 
of the true tests of the value of an Institution of learning its 
permanent influence on the lives and character under its in- 
fluence, and under this test, there are no words or sentences that 
can adequately express what Asbury and DePauw have meant 
and are still meaning in Indiana and more distant parts of our 
own country and even of other lands. There is already a gradu- 
ate list of near two thousand and that still longer list of those who 
have pursued longer or shorter courses of study under these same 
influences, but who for various reasons stopped short of their com- 
pletion. Among these graduates and others whose lives have been 
largely moulded and directed here, are many conspicuous and able 
leaders — Divines, Lawyers, Doctors, Auditors and Editors, Diplo- 
mats, Statesmen and men of affairs — men and women, whose lives 
enrich the communities in which they live and help to establish 
and maintain noble ideals in life and to press toward them. We 
shall not name them here, but the greater part of this volume 
is devoted to the Alumni of the Institution, and to such facts 



xx DePauw University. 

concerning their lives as are significant and of public interest. 
DePauw University enters upon the new century with sixty-one 
years of noble and honorable life back of it, with a record that 
contains the accounts of some serious struggles, but all of them 
leading to ultimate victories, with vigorous energy in its present 
life and firm in faith for the coming years. It is rich in its tra- 
ditions and in the sacrifices that have been made for it; rich in 
its Alumni and non-graduate students, and its noble and many 
friends within its own church and outside of it; rich in its 
students and in the spirit within its halls and walls; and rich 
in the prospects toward which it is moving. 




LUCIEN W. BERRY. 
ALEXANDER MARTIN. 



MATTHEW SIMPSON. 



DANIEL CURRY. 
REUBEN ANDRUS. 



Biographical Sketches 



MATTHEW SIMPSON, D. D.. LL. D. 

PRESIDENT, 1839-1848. 

(Born in Cadiz, Ohio, June 20, 1S11. Student at Madison (now Alle- 
gheny! College, and studied medicine: entered Pittsburg conference: 1837. 
professor of Natural Science and Vice-President of Allegheny College : 
1839, elected president of Indiana Asbury University ; 1848, elected editor 
of Western Christian Advocate; 1852, elected Bishop of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. Died. June, 1884. J 

Bishop Simpson was in appearance and in reality a Saxon 
nature strongly tinctured with Celtic qualities. The rugged form 
and reddish hair reminded one of the Scottish Highlander; the 
shrill but powerful voice thrilled the nerves like the tone of the 
bagpipe, while its peculiar and plaintive cadences stirred one 
easily to tears. He was Celtic, too, in the vividness with which 
he conceived the scenes that he described, and in the lyrical 
delight with which he portrayed them. But he was Saxon in 
his self-restraint and self-command, in his firm grasp of fact, 
in his eagerness for actual and permanent results, in his recogni- 
tion of real difficulties in the minds of his listeners, in the breadth 
and frankness of his reasoning, in the simplicity of his language 
and of his illustrations. . . . He spoke to his hearers like 
one reading their thoughts, anticipating their objections and beat- 
ing back their difficulties; he spoke to them, also, as one having 
authority, as one confident of his right to control their destinies 
by his persuasive speech, as one confident of the value of the 
experience into which he would carry them by the sweep of his 
own soul. For the Celtic-Saxon was transfigured in such moments 
with celestial power. 

Charles J. Little, D. D. 



Matthew Simpson was one of the kindliest of men, easily ap- 
proached, and frank and generous in his sentiments. Feeling the 
deepest sympathy with his fellow-men in their weakness and 
error, he cultivated toward all the broadest charity. No one ever 
sought his aid in any way but received every help he could afford 
him. Though full of general and very accurate knowledge, and 
possessed of the most decided opinions, he never asserted them 
in an authoritative way. He was so self-restrained and modest 



xxii DePauw University. 

that some in the early years, before they came to know him 
better, thought him timid and irresolute. They soon learned that 
he was a man of invincible courage. In fact there never lived a 
more inflexible and determined man in the execution of a purpose 
and plan which was the outcome of his matured convictions. 

C. G. Comegys, M. D. 



In his home Bishop Simpson Avas sunshine. Behind the 
dazzling, imposing front of his public and official fame, lay a 
heart as simple, genuine and pure as that of a little child; inside 
a manhood sturdy as Gladstone's, a gentleness like Florence 
Nightingale's. Though subject to numerous illnesses, he had 
great endurance, elasticity and resilience. Coming home weary 
from long and laborious absences, he would quickly rebound, 
and the grateful joy of being at home exhilarated him sometimes 
into a blitheness of spirit which played like fountain-brilliance 
in the house. Even in his last sickness the sufferer would let 
loose a sweet genial playfulness, doubtless to lighten the heavy 
anxiety on loving faces around his bed. A watcher at his bedside 
one day, during his last illness, noticing his moving lips, listened 
and heard: "Candidati ascendant. Auctoritate milii commissa — ." 
His mind was forty years away and he was conferring degrees 
from the Commencement platform at Greencastle. 

Wji. V. Keixey, D. D. 



LUCIEN W. BERRY, D. D. 

PRESIDENT, 1849-1854. 

Lucien W. Berry, one of the distinguished educators in the 
West, was born in Alburg, Vermont, in 1815. In 1838, he was 
admitted into the Indiana Annual Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. He filled, with great popularity and useful- 
ness, a number of the most prominent appointments. In 1849, 
he was elected president of the Indiana Asbury University, where 
he continued until 1854, when he was elected president of the 
Iowa Wesleyan University, at Mount Pleasant, where he remained 
about three years. In 1857, he resigned his presidency in Iowa 
to take charge of an incipient educational institution at Jefferson 
City, Missouri. 



Biographical Sketches xxiii 

Dr. Berry was a profound scholar, an orator of uncommon 
power, and eminently a holy man. In every department of the 
church he showed his devotion to all its interests, and was dili- 
gent and faithful in every trust. Among the last words which 
he ever wrote was a message to his brethren of the Missouri 
Conference, saying: "Tell my brethren of the Missouri Con- 
ference to push the battle to the gate, and God will be with them." 
He died in Cincinnati, July 23, 1858. — Simpson's Cyclopedia of 
Methodism. 



DANIEL CURRY, D. D., LL. D. 

PRESIDENT. 1854-57. 

(Rorn near Peekskill, N. Y., November 20. 1809; graduated from 
Wesleyan University, 1S37 : principal Troy Conference Academy. 1837 ; 
professor in Georgia Female College. 183t> : entered Georgia conference 
in 1841 : transferred to New York conference, 1844 ; president Asbury 
(DePauw) University. 18.">4-57 : New York conference. 1857-64 : editor 
Christian Advocate, 1864-76; editor Ladies' (after National) Repository, 
1S76-S0 : pastorate, 1881-84 ; editor Methodist Review, 1884-87. Died, 
August 17, 18S7.J 

Dr. Curry came of Scotch-Irish ancestry, and his tall, rugged 
form and almost sombre face, with its square forehead, deep-set 
eyes, with overhanging, shaggy brows, firm mouth and square 
chin, made him known for what he was, — a man who would think 
out conclusions for himself and then maintain them regardless 
of opposition. To those who knew him chiefly through his writ- 
ings and debates, the combative seemed the predominant feature 
in his disposition, but to those with whom he was intimate, or 
who met him in the social circle, there was a brighter side. He 
was the life of any social circle in which he happened to be and 
his conversation would sharpen the wits of any who heard or 
talked with him, if their wits were capable of taking an edge. 

After his death, Dr. J. M. Buckley wrote of him (Christian 
Advocate, Aug. 25, 1887) : "Dr. Curry, though classically edu- 
cated, was pre-eminently a reading, thinking, observing man, 
rather than technically a scholar. His mental energy, sustained 
without apparent diminution to the last, betokened the soundness 
of his ancestral inheritance, the regularity of his physical habits, 
and the continued and easy play of his thinking faculties. While 
not narrow, he was intense, and impulsive, and his more con- 
spicuous infirmities (for what man that liveth is free from in- 



xxiv DePauw University. 

firmity?) arose from those qualities. Yet was his passion rather 
intellectually combative than malignant, and his prejudices often 
melted themselves where strokes had but hardened him." 

Another who knew him well, said: "He was not accustomed 
to evade responsibility, although assuming it cost him dearly at 
times. The man who surrendered to him without debate never 
won either his respect or his affection. He loved most many 
of the men who proved their mettle by attacking or resisting him. 
His heart was open to any honest approach, but the front door 
to it was through his head." 

The part of his life work of most interest to us, however, is 
fitly described by Bishop Goodsell, in the Methodist Review (Nov., 
1887), where he says: "As a college president his career was 
short and eventful. He had not yet sufficiently softened to make 
the young his allies, and to command by delicate use of his 
power the eager assistance of his compeers. No one doubted 
that he intended to bring his best endowments to tne institution 
of which he was the head. But his mental tone just at this period 
was least fitted to the delicate task of a college president. Later 
on in life the young thought him an oracle and a friend. Dr. 
Cur ry was both when neither was helpful in the work he had 
to do." 



REUBEN ANDRUS, D. D. 

president. 1872-1875. 

By Henry J. Talbott, D. D., Class of '73. 

(Born in Rutland, New York, January 29, 1824 ; parents soon moved 
to Fulton county, 111., where he worked on a farm till 1845 ; graduated 
from McKendree College : entered Illinois conference in 1850 ; organized 
classes of Illinois 'Wesleyan University : alternated between the pulpit and 
class-room until elected president of Asbury (DePauw) University in 
1S72 : resigned in 1875 and remained in pastorate until his death, Janu- 
ary 17, 1887.) 

Dr. Andrus came to the presidency of the institution at the 
opening of a transition period, both in the history of the Uni- 
versity itself and in the work of higher education as provided for 
by the State. He was the successor of men of commanding abili- 
ties and power. The days of Simpson and Bowman were thought 
of as golden days in the history of the institution which they 
had served with conspicuous efficiency. That his presidency, 



Biographical Sketches. xxv 

under all the conditions prevailing, should have barely reached 
respectability would have been highly creditable to him; that it 
went far beyond this must be set down as an evidence of his un- 
common capability. In truth, during his comparatively brief 
occupancy of the post of leadership, he administered the affairs 
of the institution with marked ability and unsurpassed devotion. 
It must be said that he lacked the vivid imagination and unex- 
celled oratorical power of Simpson; nor could he be ranked as a 
peer of Bowman in the possession of a simple, clear, smooth style 
of discourse that was always easily understood and was uni- 
versally captivating; nor yet could he be classed as the equal 
of Martin in profound scholarship and unrivaled executive ability; 
but in the power to discern the needs and the great mission of 
the University, and to forecast the conditions under which its 
high mission might be wrought out, and in his fidelity to the 
trust committed to him, he was not second to his eminent prede- 
cessors and successors in the presidency. 

Holding himself to a high ideal of personal effort, being him- 
self a hard student, never being willing to spare himself in labor 
or sacrifice for the cause he was set to represent, it goes without 
saying that he would be inclined to hold students to a high grade 
of work, and that he would expect much from his associates in 
the faculty. Perhaps he expected too much from his associates 
in the teaching force, and on this account something of harmony 
in that body may have been forfeited. 

In manner genial, frank, and brotherly, he was yet no trifler; 
but was ever serious and earnest. He was in every way a force- 
ful man. In his prime he was of rugged, powerful frame, with 
great powers of endurance. His mind was keen, incisive, and 
severely logical. He was not a ready platform speaker; nor had 
he a distinctively popular style of public address. He was 
argumentative rather than rhetorical, and therefore in sermon 
and address his message was to the thoughtful and considerate; 
his appeal was to the reason, and scarcely at all to the imagina- 
tion. He ministered but little to mere entertainment, but stirred 
to careful thinking. 

Blameless in personal life, with high ideals, unflagging in 
energy, always standing for personal and civic righteousness, a 
powerful preacher, he strongly impressed those whom he met 
in private and in public — and always for good. Dr. Andrus 



xxvi DePauw University. 

fairly won a worthy place beside the distinguished men who have 
faithfully and ably presided over the affairs of our University. 



ALEXANDER MARTIN, D. D.. LL. D. 

PRESIDENT, 1875-1889. 

By William Riley Halstead, D. D., Class of '71. 

(Born in Nairn, Scotland, January 24, 1822: came to America in 1S36 ; 
learned the tanners trade ; worked his way through Allegheny Colllege, 
graduating at the head of bis class ; principal Northwestern Virginia 
Academy ; professor of Greek, Allegheny College ; pastor, Wheeling W. Va. ; 
organized and first president of West Virginia University ; president of 
Indiana Asbury and Del'auw University ; delegate to four General Con- 
ferences and to the First Methodist Ecumenical (London) and the 
Centennial (Baltimore) conferences. Died, December 1(5, 1893, while still 
professor of Philosophy in DePauw.) 

No sufficing record of the life-work of Alexander Martin has yet 
been made. So subtile were the elements of greatness in him 
that it would be difficult for a writer to set them forth. There 
were felt potencies of spirit always going out from him, so very 
fine featured that the gross forms of language would rarely express 
them. Not to know him intimately, was to have small knowledge 
of his rare personality. He was so quiet, so reserved, so reticent, 
so utterly free from exploiting his scholarship, that many mis- 
took these qualities for diffidence and lack of confidence in his 
own powers. But he never failed on occasion. He was not the 
orator in the ordinary sense, like Andrus, or Bowman, or Simp- 
son; he was the teacher and the college president. In these 
respects he had no superior in the church. He came to Indiana 
a stranger to her people, but he soon won his way to public con- 
fidence, and the people were made to feel that the executive inter- 
ests of the University were safe in his hands. They saw and felt 
his sturdy Scotch integrity, and they believed in him. His four- 
teen years of work as president of the University were years 
of hope and swift expansion. In all ways, they will compare 
favorably with the terms of other great names who have held the 
same place. The courses of study were made more sy metrical, 
the sphere of the institution was extended, and large contribu- 
tions of money showed the appreciation, faith, and hope of its 
friends. 

While in the wholeness of his work he was not inferior to any, 
in administrative ability he had talent of the highest order. In 




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CYRUS NUTT. 



JOSEPH TINGLEY. 



JOHN CLARK RIDPATH. 



Biographical Sketches. xxvii 

a remarkable way he united mildness with firmness. To his yes, 
and no, there could be but one definition. With a few students, 
who had never known discipline, he was occasionally out of 
favor, but the approval of God was on his work and the memory 
of his presidency is clean and healthful. As an educator he has 
done a work in Methodism which will never allow his name to be 
overtaken by oblivion. 

Dr. Martin was a man of pure intent. He had an unselfish 
spirit. He took no short ways to accomplish personal ends. He 
had prudence and courage. He had definiteness of character. He 
had a wholesome and clean mind. He never compromised his 
own convictions. He was firm and yet reasonable. His sturdy 
nature was streaked with iron and tempered by the spirit of 
God. A sense of the divine went with him and came out from 
his presence. The faith of his Highland ancestry was in him 
so strongly that his very silence was a defense of religion. He 
had holiness without cant and without hypocrisy. In an intimate 
acquaintance of years, we never knew in him a single personal 
impropriety. And yet he was unlike any other man. In the 
passing of years, Dr. Martin's character and work are being 
more and more appreciated. 



CYRUS NUTT, D. D., LL. D. 

BY THOMAS A. GOODWIN, D. D., CLASS OF '40. 

(Born in Trumbull county. Ohio, in 1814 ; graduated from Allegheny 
College in 1837 ; the first teacher, and principal of Preparatory Depart- 
ment, Indiana Asbury University : president of Fort Wayne College one 
year and of Whitewater College five years : twice, again, professor and 
vice-president in Asbury University ; last fifteen years of his life, presid- 
ent of Indiana University. Died, August 1S75, in Bloomington. Indiana.) 

Dr. Nutt was a profound scholar and a wise manager of the 
infant University whose doors he was the first to open. He 
entered upon his literary career too late in life to take up every- 
thing that now enters into a broad education, but in the branches 
of education which entered into the college curriculum of his 
period, there were few if any more thoroughly prepared to teach. 
To his accuracy in detail, he added a rare aptness to teach and 
a patience in research in his particular field that endeared him 
to all who came in touch with him. His rare executive abilities 
were more fully developed later when president of the Indiana 



xxviii DePauw University. 

University. It was through his tact and management that that 
institution became the exclusive ward of the State. As a preacher, 
he was clear, methodical and instructive, but never emotional. 
His life work was an educator, and as such he had few superiors 
in his time. 



JOSEPH TINGLEY, A. M., Ph. D. 

BY ELIJAH E. EDWARDS, A. M., PH. D., CLASS OF '53. 

(For items of life-work, see Alumnal Register.) 
Joseph Tingley was a man of rare and versatile genius, accom- 
plished in many arts. He was an accomplished artist, a fine 
musician, a skillful mechanician, a thorough scientist, a popular 
lecturer on scientific subjects, a painstaking teacher, and a tire- 
less worker. In the earlier days such versatility and power of 
working were of great service, and he always used his varied 
gifts in the interests of his department and of the University. 
President Martin, in his memorial address, said truly: "There 
have been men in all ages naturally fitted for and providentially 
called to the work of teaching. This was eminently the appointed 
and appropriate place for our departed friend, Joseph Tingley." 
The best evidence of his calling may be found in the advancement 
of his students, many of whom have become eminent scholars 
and scientists. These revere his memory as one who opened to 
them the gates of a new world, and inspired them with zeal and 
enthusiasm for the work of life before them. Dr. Spaulding, 
of the class of '54, writes: "Dr. Tingley was a man to be loved 
and honored; a man of fine presence, high quality of nature, 
lofty aspirations, marked dignity of character and of sweet spirit, 
a person of singular equipoise of faculties, with a genius for 
scientific investigation and inventive insight, refined in manners, 
a cultured Christian gentleman, with a warm heart and a deep 
and broad soul." As such he will be remembered. 



JOHN CLARK RIDPATH, LL. D. 

BY AUGUSTUS LYNCH MASON, A. M., CLASS OF '79. 
(For items of life-work, see Alumnal Register.') 
John Clark Ridpath was a great teacher. His talents as an 
instructor entitled him to rank high even among the few greatest 




WILLIAM C. LARRABEE. JOHN WHEELER. 

CHARLES G. DOWNEY. BENJAMIN F. TEFFT. 



Biographical Sketches. xxix 

teachers of his time. To his alert intellect, gifted alike with his- 
torical imagination and a scientific aptitude for a study of the 
general principles governing the movements of society, history 
was a living and not a dead thing. By his enthusiasm, his vivid 
conceptions, he filled his pupils with undying ardour for histori- 
cal study. He often declared that Guizot was his great master, 
to whom he owed everything. When he forsook the class room 
in order to devote himself exclusively to literature, he carried 
into his new field his old methods. He wrote for the people. In 
clear, vivid, nervous language he re-wrote history in a popular 
form. He was still the instructor. He wrote not only of facts 
but of the relations of facts, not only of the externals of society 
but of the internal movements. He taught the philosophy of 
history in such a plain way that the people, the masses, were 
interested and understood it. 

He was distinctly a part and product of the great democratic 
movement of society in the Nineteenth Century. He took his 
place in the march of democracy among those who strove to make 
science democratic, to extend knowledge from the narrow circles 
of scientific specialties and trained students until it should be 
possessed by average men and women. With him the love for his 
fellow man amounted to a passion. He believed not only in 
liberty, but in equality. His latest utterances proclaimed it to 
be a function of the state to promote equality among men no less 
than to protect liberty. 



WILLIAM CLARK LARRABEE, A. M., LL. D. 

BY WILLIAM H. LARRABEE, LL. D., CLASS OF '45. 

(Born in Cape Elizabeth. Maine. December 22, 1802; a farmer's boy 
in youth, he prepared himself for and graduated (1828) from Bowdoin 
College ; 1822. licensed to exhort, preached his first sermon and taught 
his first school ; 1830. took charge of provisional school, changed into 
Wesleyan University in 1831 ; 1831-35, principal of Oneida Conference 
Seminary, Cazenovia. Nj Y. : 1835-41, principal of Maine Wesleyan 
Seminary ; 1841-52. professor in Indiana Asbury University and. 1848 
acting president of same: 1852. editor of Ladies' Repository; 1852-54. first 
superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana : 1856 — . re-elected to 
same position : author of "Lectures on the Scientific Evidence of Natural 
and Revealed Religion," "Wesley and his Co-laborers." and "Rosabower : 
a collection of Essays and Miscellanies." Died. May 4, 1859.) 

Studying with animated interest in every subject, Professor 
Larrabee acquired a thorough mastery of every branch, by virtue 



xxx DePauw University. 

of which his teachings were perfectly clear. He would assist, 
with real, hearty interest any student who was in difficulty or 
puzzled. Plain, direct and familiar in his address to students, 
his manner was more that of a social equal than of the master of 
a class. His recitation room was like a place where all met on a 
level to talk the lesson over together. With his evident sympathy, 
occasionally introducing a humorous remark into the exercises, 
he rarely failed to make his pupils understand their lessons 
and feel encouraged. Prof. G. W. Hoss, after saying that he 
never knew a teacher who was so popular with his pupils, con- 
tinues: "His influence in the recitation room was unbounded. 
Yet it was not the authority of position, nor the venerableness 
of years; it was the silent influence of confidence, friendship, and 
esteem. These qualities were mutual, originating in the teacher's 
heart, and like begetting like, they returned with an increase in 
both quantity and warmth." He made little show of the form 
of government, but no student took advantage of him, and he had 
few difficulties in discipline; but when occasion came, he could 
be stern and inflexible. He had a warm love for the beauties of 
nature and a highly refined literary taste; and was fond of classi- 
cal quotations and allusions. He lacked the elements of an 
orator, but his sermons and addresses were noble in thought, 
chaste in style, frequently marked by emotion, and impressive. 
Depending upon his resources and the kindness of friends for 
everything, his sympathies went out through all his life to every 
one he saw struggling, and he would help them even at the cost 
of personal sacrifice and risk of embarrassment. 



CHARLES GIBBS DOWNEY, A. M. 

(Born in New Albany, Indiana. October 17, 1819; graduated from Wes- 
leyan University in 1840 : 1842-49, professor of Natural Science. Indiana 
Asbury University ; 1849-52, professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy, 
Medical Department, same ; 1852-57, professor of Mathematics, same. 
Died, October 9, 1857.) 

Professor Downey, who devoted his entire manhood to Asbury 
University, was a man of purity and power. His life purpose 
is shown in a letter written while he was yet a student, in which 
he says: "I can see clearly that he who has so much loved us 
requires that we should receive his own image. I have plighted 



Biographical Sketches. xxxi 

my vows to Heaven not to rest till I shall be such a creature here 
as He would have me be." How he fulfilled this is told by one 
who says, "During fourteen years of intimate association and 
almost daily companionship with him. I never heard him utter 
a word nor give evidence of a thought that would in the least 
disqualify him to appropriate the promise to the pure in heart. 
In charity, temperance, Sunday-school, and revival work, he 
acted upon the motto, Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it 
with thy might!" 

As a teacher of science. Professor Downey possessed enthusiasm 
for experiment, observation, mechanical skill, and dexterity in 
manipulating apparatus. In the days of limited apparatus, his 
inventive skill compelled one piece to answer for a score; and 
when this could not avail, he constructed apparatus himself, one 
piece being a large reflecting telescope, which was used by the 
University for years. 

His entire life was characterized by energy, exactness, in- 
tegrity and devotion to principle. Many a man now looks back 
to college life and owns him as the source of his inspiration to 
higher attainments, intellectual and spiritual. 



JOHN WHEELER, A. M., D. D. 

BY THOMAS A. GOODWIN, D. D., CLASS OF '40. 
(For items of life-work, see Alumnal Register.) 
Dr. John Wheeler was a born educator. For two years before 
his graduation he gave promise of his future in the capacity of 
a successful tutor in the University which was to become a future 
field of professional work, to be transferred to more conspicuous 
positions in other universities. He was thorough and varied 
in his scholarship, courteous and painstaking in his methods as 
a teacher, and his pupils greatly loved and respected him. If he 
had gone into the ministry exclusively in early life, he would 
have ranked high as a preacher. As it was, he was among the 
best of his Conference and very acceptable, though he was best 
known and most esteemed as an educator. An Englishman by 
birth, an American by adoption, a Christian by change of heart, 
and an educator by profession, John Wheeler was a man to do 
good solid work in whatever department he might enter, and 
make good students of men willing to learn. 



xxxii DePauw University. 

BENJAMIN F. TEFFT, D. D., LL. D. 

BY HON. JOHN W. RAY, CLASS OF '48. 

(Born in Floyd. New York. August 20, 1813; 1835, graduated from Wes- 
leyan University ; 1835-30, teacher in Maine ^Vesleyan Seminary ; 1843-46, 
professor in Indiana Asbury University ; 1846-51, editor of Ladies' Repos- 
itory ; 1851-54, president of Genessee College: 1854-66, in pastorate; 
1861, chaplain of 1st lteg. Maine Cavalry ; 1862, consul at Stockholm, 
Sweden ; 1864, commissioner of immigration for State of Maine in 
Northern Europe ; 1874, member of Maine Legislature ; author of several 
books.) 

Professor Tefft was a born teacher; being so born, he was an 
enthusiast; being an enthusiast, he was thorough; being such, 
he mastered the Greek language till it became like his mother 
tongue. He was a disciplinarian of no mean order. Thorough 
himself, his pupils must be likewise. No shamming, no flunking. 
Head and heart must be alive to the needs of the hour. Equally 
well was he regarded on the campus and on the street. His 
dignity became him. He never relaxed the pride that caused the 
students to respect him. This dignity harmoniously blended with 
the courtesy of a nobleman — a gentleman. No brusqueness 
marred his walk. He was one of God's nobleman. That 
was all. We boys knew that fact. Genial, given to full and free 
talk to every one in his class, with an earnest desire that his 
students should know all that the teacher could impart, no 
wonder that he was one of the most popular members of the 
faculty. 

He taught Greek, but his words in the class-room, his Sabbath 
afternoon lectures, his high, manly course as a Christian, made 
his Greek accomplishments subordinate to his influence upon the 
hearts and heads of all his students, as well as upon all in contact 
with him. 

In truth, there never was such a faculty! Simpson, Nutt, Lar- 
rabee, Wheeler, Tefft, Downey, — now all in Heaven! May their 
examples, words, and teachings bring all their boys home, to 
enjoy eternity with them and their Christ. 



HENRY C. BENSON, M. D., D. D. 

BY FREEMAN D. BOVARD, PH. D., D. D., CLASS OF '75. 
(For items of life-work, see Alumnal Register.) 
In all his relations to the church, Dr. Benson was equally 
strong. His was the strength of continuity, consistency and 




EDWARD E. E. BRAGDON. 
HENRY C. BENSON. 



MILES J. FLETCHER. 



BERNARD H. NADAL. 
BENJAMIN T. HOYT. 



Biographical Sketches. xxxiii 

straight-forwardness. In the pnlpit he was doctrinal, clear, earn- 
est and free from eccentricities. As a presiding elder he was 
brotherly, wise and, in the traveling over his wide field of labor, 
truly heroic. As an editor he was conservative, safe, loyal to 
the church, promoting harmony, defining the legal status and in 
all respects defending the polity of the Methodist church. As an 
writer he was plain, direct, void of all affectation and ornamen- 
tation, and scholarly in taste. 

On the Conference floor he was at his best. He was an unerring 
parlimentarian. He spoke upon all questions on the Conference 
floor, and in nine c^.ses out of ten carried his point. He was 
adroit and alert as a fencer in debate, but always fair. He had a 
quiet humor, but no sarcasm nor irony. His was always the 
language of courtesy and conviction. 

His Christian experience was even, quiet, normal, and of the 
dutiful type. Christianity in its strongest element was to him 
faithfulness in service. In friendship, he was companionable 
and gentlemanly, but not demonstrative. He was generous, un- 
reserved and impartial. What he lacked in warmth, he made up 
in steadfastness. On the whole, he was one of the greatest char- 
acters of California Methodism, an honor to his Alma Mater, a 
leader among his ministerial brethren, an heroic and courageous 
pioneer, and was held in the highest esteem by the whole church. 
His distinguished services to California Methodism give him a 
lasting place of honor. 



EDMUND E. E. BRAGDON, D. D. 

I5Y SAMUEL A. LATTIMOKE, PH. D., LL. D., CLASS OF '50. 

(Born in Alton. Maine, December 8. 1812; 1841, graduated from \Ves- 
leyan University; 1842. a principal of Fulton Academy; 184(5. principal of 
Mexicoville Academy: 1848. principal of Falley Seminary. Fulton. N. Y. ; 
1853-54, professor of Ancient Languages, Ohio University : 1854-58, pro- 
fessor of Latin, Indiana Asbury University; 1858-02. professor of Ancient 
Languages, Gennesee College. Died, March 20. in Lima. N. Y.) 

The opening of the fall term of the year of 1854 was signalized 
in the history of the University by the accession to the faculty 
of several men of more than ordinary intellectual force and 
scholarly attainments. 

One of these was Erastus E. Bragdon, who immediately after 
his graduation engaged in his chosen life-work of teaching. He 



xxxiv DePauw University. 

rapidly rose to the principalship of Falley Seminary, where he 
not only distinguished himself by his remarkable executive 
abilities, but especially by his ability as a teacher of Latin. On 
the resignation of Dr. Wheeler from the professorship which he 
had held so long. Dr. Larrabee recommended his name to the 
Trustees and he was elected. 

His personal appearance was impressive. His broad pale fore- 
head, his inseparable spectacles, and his thoughtful face, grave 
almost to severity, gave him the dignity of age without a sug- 
gestion of abated manly vigor. He was really in the very prime 
of life. He entered upon his duties with a quiet but intense en- 
thusiasm which was contagious. He astonished his classes alike 
by the minuteness of his knowledge and by the breadth of his 
scholarship. He was a thorough teacher. 

As a preacher, his dignified bearing in the pulpit, his intense 
earnestness and solemnity of manner, and the resistless logic 
of his discourse, often rising to impassioned eloquence, could not 
fail to produce deep impression. 

In the social and domestic circle the native kindliness of his 
heart was seen in its truest light. To know him was to love him, 
and deep was the regret of all when, after four years of service, 
he was called to the chair of Latin in Genesee College where he 
finished his mortal life. 



BERNARD H. NADAL, D. D. 

BY SAMUEL A. LATTIMOKE, PH. D., IX. D., CLASS OF '50. 

(Born in Talhott county, Maryland, March 2, 1813: learned a trade; 
1835, entered Baltimore conference ; 1848, graduated from Dickinson 
College ; 1855-57, professor in Indiana Asbury University ; 1857-07, in 
pastorate in Baltimore conference ; 1807-70, professor in Drew Theological 
Seminary- Died. June 20, 1870.) 

The chair of Belles Lettres and History was established in 1854 
and Rev. Bernard H. Nadal, D. D. was the first professor. He 
entered upon the duties simultaneously with the new President, 
Dr. Daniel Curry, and Dr. Bragdon, professor of Latin, though 
previously unacquainted with either of them or any other mem- 
ber of the faculty. 

Dr. Nadal had been educated at Dickinson College during the 
presidency of the famous Dr. McClintock. After graduation he 
entered the Baltimore Conference and served with distinction 



Biographical Sketches. xxxv 

many of the move prominent city churches of that Conference. 
He came to the University without previous experience in teach- 
ing. In dress and address he appeared the cultured gentleman 
he really was. His genial and affable manner instantly won the 
affection of all he met. He seemed to live in a scholarly atmos- 
phere and he inspired his students with a love of learning. 

His whole temperament was sunny and, whether in the pro- 
fessor's chair, in the pulpit, or in the social circle, he seemed 
to radiate the warmth and brightness of his nature upon all about 
him. He soon became a favorite both with the faculty and 
students, and it was universally regretted that after three short 
years of brilliant service he decided to return to the pastorate in 
the conference from which he came. 

He wrote on a wide range of subjects, successfully in each de- 
partment. His style was pure, vigorous, and polished, and many 
of his essays were masterpieces. He was a regular contributor 
to the Methodist from its establishment until his death. 



MILES J. FLETCHER, A. M. 

(Rorn in Indianapolis. Indiana, in 1828; 18511. graduated from Brown 
University; 1852-54. and 1857-61, professor, 1801-02, professor emeritus. 
Indiana Asbury University ; 1860, superintendent of Public Instruction 
for Indiana ; special agent of Governor Morton at beginning of Civil War, 
meeting death in a railway accident, while on a mission to the front, May 
10, 1862.) 

Professor Fletcher had elements of popularity equalled by few. 
He was big-hearted an-d brave, tender and considerate to the 
down-trodden and poor, free and outspoken, and no one felt or 
feared that there was any dissimulation or concealment about 
him. He was the soul of honor and the type of generosity, and 
withal had an inexhaustible flow of spirits that gave fascina- 
tion and charm to his society, and made him popular without 
an effort to be so. He was a prodigy of work, and he did his 
work so thoroughly and well that his friends were always taxing 
him with new burdens. He was no politician, and no other office 
in the gift of the state could have seduced him from his pro- 
fessorship; but he felt that in the capacity of superintendent of 
Public Instruction he could accomplish for the cause of education 
in the state at large more than he could in any other position. 
— From Biographical Sketches of Prominent Men of Indiana." 



xxxvi DePauw University. 

BENJAMIN T. HOYT, A. M. 

BY JOHN R. MILLER, A. M., CLASS OF '68. 

(Born in Boston. Massachusetts, October 18, 1820; 1846. graduated 
from Wesleyan University ; 1840-48, principal of High school. Middletown, 
Conn.; 1848-56, principal of Lawrenceburg (Indiana) Institute; 1850-58, 
president of Indiana Female College, Indianapolis ; 1S58-07. professor in 
Indiana Asbury University. Died, 1807, in Greencastle, Indiana.) 

Professor Hoyt was among the ablest of the many able men 
who have filled the professional chairs of DePanw University, 
either in its earlier years or later history. Coming from New Eng- 
land, he brought with him its culture, its staidness, and something 
of its formalism, into the more free and breezy atmosphere of 
western life, and impressed himself upon all who were brought 
within the circle of his influence as a strong and sincere man of 
excellent ability and high attainments, whose motives were pure, 
and whose ideals were of the highest. He was polished and ele- 
gant in manner and address, punctilious in his observance of all 
the proprieties of life, with a refined nature, free from ostenta- 
tion or touch of coarseness. His intellect was keen and brilliant, 
rather than ponderous. — his weapon was not the bludgeon, but 
the sharp and piercing rapier. He was somewhat reserved in his 
manner, not a man to mix freely with the crowd upon the street, 
but those who gained an entrance into the inner citadel of his 
life found a warm, genial and sympathetic nature. His reserve 
was largely due to education and training and not lack of 
sympathy or generous impulse. He was kindly and wise in 
instruction and counsel, and true and loyal to his conviction of 
right and duty. His fine culture was not only of the intellect, 
but of manner and heart, and his sternest reproofs — and there 
was an element of sternness in his, as in all strong natures — 
were always tempered with the gracious courtesy of the true 
gentleman. 

With Professor Hoyt, deep learning, wide reading, and gentle 
culture were the adornments of a strong personality, a healthy, 
manly nature, to which were added the ennobling graces of a 
Christian character. 



PHILANDER WILEY, D. D. 

BY HILLARY A. GOBIN, D. D., CLASS OF '70. 
(For items of life-work, see Alumnal Register.) 
Doctor Philander Wiley was the son of the distinguished 




JOHN E. EARP. LEWIS L. ROGERS. 

JOHN W. LOCKE. 
PATTERSON McNUTT. PHILANDER WILEY. 



Biographical Sketches. xxxvii 

pioneer preacher, Rev. Allan Wiley, who might be designated as 
one of the founders of Asbury University. He was not distin- 
guished for an eloquent delivery in preaching. His manner was 
quiet and his sermons were didactic rather than hortatory. He 
was clear and scriptural. 

During his connection with the University, he took a deep in- 
terest in the lives of his students and was always prompt in his 
expressions of sympathy in any of their troubles and ready to 
lend a helping hand to those who were in emergencies. It was 
largely through him that the first Japanese students came to the 
University and he and Mrs. Wiley were especially attentive to 
them and exercised over them a parental watchcare and affection. 

The social nature of Doctor Wiley made him a splendid com- 
panion and friend to the students under his care, and he made 
very strong and deep attachments to those who were partial to 
the work in his department. Many influential men were induced 
to take a deeper interest in the University on account of his 
influence. His unusually long period of service gave him great 
prominence in the educational work of the state. During his 
professorship, the Greek department was enriched with valuable 
books and statuary. His recitation room was the first in the col- 
lege to be handsomely decorated and furnished. Not many edu- 
cators have impressed more lives with enduring benefits than 
Doctor Wiley. 



JOHN W. LOCKE, D. D. 

BY JOHN POUCHER, I). D., CLASS OF '65. 

(Porn, February 12, 1822, in Paris, Kentucky ; 1S42, graduated from 
Augusta College ; 1843. joined the Ohio conference; 1850. transferred to 
the Indiana conference; 1853, president of I'.rookville College; 1800-72, 
professor in Indiana Asbury University ; 1872-74, in pastorate ; 1874-78. 
president of McKendree College ; 1878-96, in pastorate ; member of live 
General conferences and the Centennial conference, at Baltimore. Died, 
December, 1890, in Fairfield, Illinois.) 

Being himself of sturdy blood, the eighth in a continuous line 
of preachers, with a mother of most fragrant memory, Dr. Locke 
insisted that his pupils should stand firmly on their feet, and be 
clear and precise. A kind but careful critic, he would not permit 
an error to escape correction, but he made it easy for a student 
to acquit himself creditably. His influence in the college life of 



xxxviii DePauw University. 

the time was such as to be coveted, being perhaps next to that of 
the president, and when a vacancy in that office occurred, there 
was lacking but one vote for his election. 

His department was well managed. He was witty and mirth- 
loving, but his pleasantries were never stale nor affected. Reci- 
tation work was never neglected and decorum was maintained. 
Students in his classes knew what to depend upon. Though an 
experienced and model teacher, he frequently expressed a hanker- 
ing desire to engage in ministerial work, and while still in the 
faculty he served for a time as an acceptable pastor of prominent 
churches. 

His scholarship, his exactness of thought, geniality of expres- 
sion, and generous disposition always made him a favorite in 
every community where he did service, whether in the pulpit 
or along educational lines. As a master of good English, his ad- 
dress was plain, direct, forcible and effective. His lectures in the 
old College Chapel have left a permanent impression. 



LEWIS L. ROGERS, A. M., Ph. D. 

BY THOMAS J. BASSETT, A. M., PH. D., CLASS OF '75. 
(For items of life-work, see Alumnal Register.) 

Professor Rogers was below the ordinary size, well-built, 
active and strong. He was quick, but graceful in manner, hand- 
some of feature, with a sharp black eye which nothing in his 
class-room ever escaped. In address and manner, he was affable 
and pleasant, but always maintained a dignity which seemed to 
comport with his position. A fluent and pleasant conversation- 
alist, he made a most favorable impression upon all whom he 
met; but upon the lecture platform he was nervous, ill at ease, 
and never at his best. 

As a scholar, his field of research was not broad nor as deep 
as those of some of his fellows, but he was facile and painstaking. 
In his field of Latin he never tripped nor was caught napping. 
As a teacher, he had few equals. Always thoroughly prepared 
himself, he expected each student to do his best. With all who 
tried to do so. he was patient and kind, but woe betide the luck- 
iess Freshman who tried to shirk or cheat. He was not a driver, 
but inspired each to his best endeavor. A Kentuckian by birth, 



Biographical Sketches. xxxix 

he was by nature impulsive and quick-tempered, but was usually 
self-possessed and calm. He never spoke of order, yet each 
student knew that order was the unwritten law, and gave the 
most respectful attention. By his students he was held in the 
highest esteem, not only as a teacher but as a man and a friend, 
and there was universal regret among them when he resigned 
his position to enter commercial pursuits. 



JOHN E. EARP, Ph. D., D. D. 

i Horn in Marion. Illinois. April 1_. 1846; graduated from McKendree 
College in 1865; 1867-69, student in Universities of Tubingen and Ber- 
lin: 1ST.'!, studied Herman and French in Europe: 1869-83, professor in 
Asbury DePauw University: 1886-90, president of Southwest Kansas Col- 
lege- 1890-96, pastor in Southwest Kansas conference; 1896, transferred 
to North Indiana conference. Died, May 10, 1897.) 

During his whole life Doctor Earp was a diligent student. As 
a young boy he attracted attention on account of his eagerness in 
the pursuit of knowledge. He was graduated at the age of nine- 
teen and became ambitious to achieve the highest rank in schol- 
arship. 

He was a man of great thrift and enterprise in secular affairs. 
In the re-organization of the University, in 1884, his services were 
highly appreciated by Mr. DePauw. He was treasurer of the 
faculty and rendered very important service in the direction of 
the new buildings. He showed great skill in the organization of 
Southwest Kansas College and might have achieved eminent suc- 
cess had he continued in the educational work. During his resid- 
ence in Winfield, Kansas, he became greatly impressed with the 
importance of evangelistic effort and re-entered the ministry, 
serving various churches with acceptability. In the pastorate 
he was very successful. He was able to take a comprehensive 
view of the work, while at the same time looking carefully after 
its minutest details. He kept himself fully abreast of the times 
by a close study of men as well as of books. 



PATTERSON McNUTT, A. M., D. D. 

BY THOMAS J. BASSETT. A. M., PH. D., CLASS OF '75. 
(For items of life-work, see Alumnal Register.) 
Professor McNutt was a man of very strongly marked person- 



xl DePauw University. 

ality. He was a broad and ripe scholar for the opportunities of 
his generation. No student ever dreamed that "Paddy," as he was 
familiarly and loving nick-named, was not a perfect master of the 
science of Mathematics. In literature, in languages, and in 
philosophy, he was also well versed. As a teacher, he was not 
eminently successful, his great weakness growing out of his 
loving, trusting, large-heartedness. Every true student made 
rapid progress, but those who desired to shirk and idle away 
their time could get along and pass with but little knowledge of 
the subject. All his students loved him, but some took advantage 
of his kindly disposition. 

In public addresses his manner was not pleasing, but as a 
speaker he was clear, logical and eloquent. His sermons were 
full of love and of Holy Ghost power, and reached the heart as 
well as the intellect. No student, whatever his character, ever 
went to him for a favor and was turned away. His great heart 
was always overflowing with sympathy and love. He was 
generous to a fault, "giving to every one who asked of him," often 
beyond his means. 

He was distinguished for ardent patriotism as well as enlight- 
ened piety. When in the service of his country, to many a 
suffering soldier he carried both a cup of cold water and the 
message of heavenly mercy. From exposure on the march, the 
picket-line and battle-field, his health became greatly impaired 
and his later years were a constant struggle against ill-health. 
He was a consecrated Christian, loved God with all his heart, 
and every man more than himself; and every one who knew him 
can say, as Hamlet of his father, "Take him all in all, he was a 
man. I shall never see his like again." 



QUINQUENNIAL REGISTER 



OF 



DePAUW university. 



I. CORPORATION. 



It is the aim in the following lists to preserve in a historical 
form the names and official terms of those who have served 
the University as members of the Joint Board of Trustees and 
Visitors. The first list contains the names of the Presidents, 
Secretaries, and Treasurers of the Joint Board, and the names 
of all Trustees. The second list contains the names and dates 
of service of all who have served as Visitors, classified accord- 
ing to the conferences by which they have been appointed. For 
the Joint Board now acting, the reader is referred to the cur- 
rent year-book. 



OFFICERS OF THE JOINT BOARD. 



PRESIDENTS. 
ENTERED. RETIRED. 

1837 A. C. Stevenson, M. D. (re-elected). 1839 

1839 Rees Habdesty, (re-elected). 1840 

1840 A. C. Stevenson, M. D. 1841 

1841 Rees Hardesty. 1843 
1843 William H. Thornburg. 1848 
1848 Hon. John Cowgill. 1853 



2 DePauw University. 

entered. retired. 

1853 Hon. S. W. Parker. 1854 

1854 Bishop E. R. Ames, D. D. 1856 
1856 Hon. John Allen Matson, A. M. 1858 
1858 Hon. David McDonald. 1861 

1861 Willis W. Hitt, M. D. 1862 

1862 Hon. A. C. Downey, LL. D. (re-elected). 1865 
1865 John Ixgle, Esq. 1867 
1867 Hon. Henry S. Lane. 1869 
1869 Hon. A. C. Downey, LL. D. 1881 
1881 Hon. Washington C. Depauw. 1887 

1887 Bishop Thomas Bowman, D.D., LL. D. 1895 
1895 Newlaxd T. DePauw. A. M. 1897 

1897 William Newkirk. Esq. .... 

secretaries. 

1837 Taryin W. Cowgill, M. D. 1838 

1838 Thomas Robinson, Esq. 1848 
1848 J. P. Southard, Esq. 1854 

1854 James C. Yohn, Esq. 1888 

1888 Alrert Brown Yohn. 1893 

1893 Wilson Morrow, Esq. 1895 
1895 George L. Curtiss, D. D. 1898 

1898 John R. Miller. A. M. 1899 

1899 Albert Allen, (Acting). 1900 

1900 Felix T. McWhirter, Ph. D. 

treasurers. 

1837 Rees Hardesty. 1839 

1839 James Talbot. 1843 
1843 James M. Allison. 1848 
1848 Calvin Fletcher. 1855 

1855 David Macey, Esq. 1867 
1867 John W. Ray. 1894 

1894 John Poucher. D. D. 1898 
1898 Albert Allen. .... 



Corporation. 

TRUSTEES. 



ENTERED. 


RETIRED. 


1837 


Bishop Robert R. Roberts. 


1838 


1S37 


Hon. John Cowgill, (re-elected). 


1847 


1837 


A. C. Stevenson, M. D. 


1847 


1837 


William H. Thornburg. 


1848 


1837 


William Talbott, 


1847 


1837 


Rees Hardesty. 


1843 


1837 


Joseph Crow. 


1S45 


1S37 


Johx W. Osbobn. 


1838 


1837 


Thomas Robinson. Esq. 


1847 


1837 


Hiram E. Talbott. M. D. 


1847 


1837 


James Montgomery. 


1838 


1837 


Col. Daniel Sigler. 


1847 


1S37 


Isaac Matkins. 


1847 


1837 


Tarvin W. Cowgill, M. D. 


1848 


1837 


William Lee. 


1847 


1837 


William K. Cooper. 


1850 


1837 


Calvin Fletcher. 


1839 


1837 


Gamaliel Taylor. 


1839 


1837 


Martin M. Ray. 


1838 


1837 


Maj. Isaac C. Elston. 


1848 


1837 


S. E. Leonard. 


1838 


1837 


W. W. Hitt, M. D. (re-elected). 


1S49 


1837 


Hon. Joseph A. Wright, LL. D. (re-elected) 


. 1857 


1837 


Hon. Tilghman A. Howard. 


1838 


1837 


Jacob Hays. 


1838 


1838 


James Talbott. 


1847 


1838 


Henry Slavens. 


1843 


1838 


James M. H. Allison. 


1842 


1S39 


William Crumpton. 


1847 


1839 


Col. James Nosler. 


1843 


1839 


John Wilkins. 


1859 


1840 


Col. James Fisk. 


1847 


1840 


Col. A. W. Morris. 


1850 


1842 


John M. Allison. 


1848 


1843 


Bishop E. R. Ames, D. D. (re elected). 


1861 


1843 


J. W. Wines. 


1845 


1843 


James H. Cravens. 


1846 



DePauw University 



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Alfred Harrison, Esq. 
John H. Taylor. 
Rev. Allen Wiley. 
Rev. S. C. Cooper. 
Rev. John S. Bayliss. 



retired. 
1850 

1858 
1847 
1848 
1849 



Rev. Lucien W. Berry, D. D. (re-elected). 1848 
Rev. Enoch G. Wood, D. D. (re-elected). 1848 

Rev. Samuel Brenton, A. M. 1849 

Rev. George M. Beswick. 1853 

Rev. F. C. Holltday, D. D. (re-elected). 1859 

Hon. John Allen Matson, A. M. 1849 

Rev. William H. Goode, D. D. 1854 

Rev. John L. Smith, D. D. 1878 

Tucker W. Williamson. 1854 

Rev. Jacob M. Stallard. 1850 

Hon. Henry S. Lane. 1881 

Hon. John Cowgill. 1853 

Rev. Charles B. Davidson. 1858 

Bishop Matthew Simpson, D. D. 1851 

Rev. Calvin W. Ruter. (re-elected). 1851 

Hon. Samuel W. Parker. 1859 

Rev. Williamson Terrell, D. D. 1853 

Rev. John H. Hull, 1856 

David L. Southard, Esq. 1888 

R. J. Patterson, Esq. 1853 

Robert Parrott. 1853 

Rev. Cyrus Nutt, D. D. 1857 
Hon. A. C. Downey, LL. D. (re-elected). 1855 

Rev. B. F. Crary, D. D. 1857 

Hon. Elijah Newland. 1854 

Hon. T. J. Sample, (re-elected). 1859 

Rev. W. C. Smith. 1856 

Hon. John Ingle, (re-elected). 1859 

Frank Emerson, Esq. 1854 

William H. Thornburgh. 1860 

J. S. McDonald, (re-elected). 1857 

David G. Rose. 1860 

Rev. Lucien W. Berry, D. D. 1855 

Hon. John Allen Matson, A. M. 1858 



Corporation*. 



ENTERED. 

1855 
1856 
1856 
1857 
1857 
1857 
1857 
185S 
185S 
1858 
1858 
1859 
1859 
1859 
1859 
1859 
1859 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1S60 
1860 
1861 
1S62 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1863 
1863 
1865 
1865 
1865 
1865 
1866 
1866 



RETIRED. 

Gen. Wh. D. Allen. 1861 
Hon. Washington- C. DePatjw, (re-elected). 1862 

Hon. David McDonald. I860 

Rev. James Hill. 1858 

Rev. G. C. Beeks. I860 

Rev. Daniel McIntyre. 1860 

John Brownfield, Esq. 1885 

Rev. Calvin W. Ruter. 1859 

Rev. Enoch G. Wood, D. D. 1S63 
Hon. Will Cumback, LL. D. (re-elected). 1861 

Willis W. Hitt, M. D. 1864 

Rev. Joseph Tarkington. 1861 

W. G. Wharton. 1861 

Rev. T. H. Lynch. D. D. 1861 

Rev. W. F. Mason. 1862 

Rev. O. V. Lemon. 1861 

Calvin West, M. D. 1861 

Hon. T. J. Sample. 1869 

John Wilkins. 1869 

Hon. John Ingle. 1873 

Jacob Durham. 1864 

Lewis B. Sims, Esq. 1S78 

Rev. James S. Ferris. 1S66 

W. F. Browning, Esq. 1883 

Rev. F. C. Holliday, D. D. 1887 

Rev. G. C. Smith, A. M. 1864 
Hon. A. C. Downey, LL. D. (re-elected). 1864 

Hon. James C. McIntosh. 1878 

Rev. J. Colclazer. 1868 

James O'Brien, Esq. 1865 

Bishop E. R. Ames, D. D. 1S65 

Hon. Joseph A. Wright. 1865 

Rev. F. A. Hester, D. D. 1872 

Rev. Hayden Hays. 1867 

James Peirce, Esq. 1866 

Rev. Williamson Terrell, D. D. 1873 

Rev. R. Curran, M. D. 1867 

David O. Dailey. 1868 

Hon. Asa Iglehart, (re-elected). 1880 



6 DePauw University. 

entered. retired. 

1866 Isaac Rector, Esq. 1868 

1866 J. S. McDonald. 1868 

1868 George Milburn. 1879 

1868 Rev. James Hill. 1869 

1868 Hon. A. C. Downey, LL. D. 1888 

1868 Joseph A. Funk, Esq. 1871 

1869 Hon. John W. Burson. 1872 
1869 Rev. W. McK. Hester, D. D. 1871 
1869 Rev. C. N. Sims, D. D., (re-elected). 1870 
IS 69 Rev. F. Maloy. 1870 

1869 Rev. R. D. Robinson, D. D. 1871 

1870 Hon. Washington C. DePauw. 1887 
1S71 Theo. P. Haughey, Esq. 1880 

1871 Wm. G. Scott, Esq. 1872 

1871 Rev. Reuben Andrus. D. D., (re-elected). 1872 

1872 Rev. William H. Goode, D. D., (re-elected). 1S74 
1872 Hon. J. H. Carpenter. 18S2 

1872 D. P. Crawford, Esq. 1875 

1873 Aaron C. Swazee. 1875 
1S73 Rev. John J. Higiit, D. D. 1887 

1873 Hon. Will Cumback, LL. D. 1885 

1874 Hon. R. W. Thompson, LL. D. 1876 

1874 Rev. John W. Locke, D. D. 1875 

1875 Bishop Thomas Bowman, D. D., LL. D. 1895 
1875 Rev. George L. Curtis, D. D. 1888 
1875 Rev. William H. Goode, D. D. 1878 

1875 Hon. J. T. Smith. 1878 

1876 Rev. Reuben Andrus, D. D 1877 

1877 Rev. B. F. Rawlins, D. D. 1878 

1878 Rev. M. H. Mendenhall, D. D v (re-elected). 1887 
1878 Hon. Thomas B. Redding, Ph. D. ■ 1895 
1878 John W. Heath, A. M. 1881 

1878 Rev. William Graham, D. D. 1887 
1S78 John R. Goodwin, M. D. 1880 

1879 Hon. J. A. S. Mitchell, LL. D. 1891 

1880 John W. Emison, Esq. 1888 

1880 Rev. Aaron Turner. 1883 
1S80 William Newkirk, Esq. .... 

1881 Hon. Clement Studebaker. .... 



Corporation. 7 

entered. retired. 

1881 John Simison, M. D. 1887 

1882 Hon. Asa Igleiiakt. 1886 

1882 Rev. John Poucher, A. M., D. D., (re-elected). 1888 

1883 Charles C. Binkley, Esq. 1895 
1SS3 Hun. Granville C. Moore, A. M. 189S 
1885 Rev. James W. Greene, D. D. 1896 

1885 Ciias. F. Goodwin, A. M. 1896 

1886 Rev. Milton Mahin, D. D. 1890 
18S7 Rev. Samuel T. Cooper. 1892 
18S7 Richard S. Tennant, A. M. 1899 

1887 Newland T. DePauw, A. M. 

1SS7 John E. Iglehart, A. M. 

1S87 Rev. William R. Halstead, A. M., D. D. 1896 

1SS7 Rev. Martin L. Wells. A. M, B. D. 1894 

1SSS Jonathan Birch. A. M. 

1SSS Charles W. DePauw, A. M. 1898 

1888 Rev. Allen R. Julian. A. M. 1889 
1888 Eli F. Ritter, A. M. 1893 

1888 Rev. John S. Tevis. D. D. 1892 

1889 Rev. Henry J. Taldott. A. M., D. D. 

1S90 Rev. William S. Birch, D. D. 1893 

1891 Hon. Robert W. McBride. 1893 

1892 Rev. John H. Doddridge, A. M., D. D. 

1892 Rev. John H. Cissell, D. D. 1896 

1893 Lehman H. Dunning, M. D. 1894 

1893 Rev. Charles G. Hudson, D. D. 

1894 Rev. William D. Parr. D. D. 

1894 Rev. George L. Curtiss, fo. D. 1897 
1S94 Rev. Edward B. Rawls, A. M., D. D. 1897 

1895 Hon. James Finley Elliott. .... 

1896 Rev. Marmaduke H. Mendenhall. .... 
1896 Hon. Hugh Daugherty. .... 
1896 Jehu Tindall Elliott. 1897 

1896 Rev. Charles E. Bacon, D. D. 

1896 Hon. Charles W. Smith, A. M. 

1896 Rev. Deloss M. Wood, D. D. 

1896 Rev. William H. Hickman, D. D. 

1897 Hon. Alexander Dowling. 1900 
1897 Hon. Augustus L. Mason, A. M. 



DePatjw University. 



EXTERED. 

1897 Rev. Charles N. Sims, D. D ., LL. D. 

1898 David G. Hamilton, A. M. 

1898 George F. Keiper, A. M.„ M, D. 

1898 John Clark Ridpath, A. M. LL. D. 

189S Chalon G. Cloud, A. M. 

1898 John F. Hoke. 

1899 Hon. Martin V. Beiger. 
1899 Hardin Rhodes. 

1899 Deloss W. Minshall. 

1899 Abram R. Colburn. 

1899 Rev. John Poucher, A. M., D. D. 

1900 Hon. Richard S. Tennant. A. M. 
1900 Hon. J. Smith Talley. 

1900 William H. Adams. 

1900 Charles E. J. McFarlan. 

1900 Robert L. O'Hair. 



retired. 
1899 



1900 



1900 
1900 
1900 



VISITORS. 



INDIANA CONFERENCE. 



Allen Wiley, 
James Havens, 
Edward R. Ames, 
Augustus Eddy, 
James L. Thompson, 
John C. Smith, 
Calvin W. Ruter, 
Samuel C. Cooper. 
Henry S. Talbott, 
John L. Belotte, 



1839, "44, '46 

1839, '40, '42, '43, '50 

.1839, '42, '44 

1839, '42, '44, '45 

1839, '40 

1839, '44 

1839, '45, '50 

1839, '41 

1839, '40, '48, '53 

1841 



Aaron Wood (name re-appears in a?iother conference), 1841 

William H. Goode, " " " 1841 

Lucien W. Berry, " " " 1842, '45, '46, '47 

Samuel T. Gillett, " " " 1843, '63 

George M. Beswick, 1843 

Enoch G. Wood, " " ' 1844, '45, '46, '47 

Cyrus Nutt, " " ' 1844/46 

Williamson Terrell, " 1847, '49 

Fernandes C. Holliday, " 1847 



Corporation. 9 

John Kearns, 1847, '52 
James Hill, 1848, '59, '66, '70 

John A. Brouse, 1848 

Anthony Robinson, 1848 

Charles B. Davidson, 1S49 

William C. Smith. 1849 

Thomas H. RiAker, 1849 

Walter Prescott, 1849 

William M. Daily, . 1850, 51 

George C. Smith, 1850 
Thomas H. Lynch, (name re-appears in another conf j, 1851, '52 

William Meginnis, 1851 

Benjamin F. Crary, 1851 

Thomas Eddy, 1852 

Thomas A. Goodwin, 1852 

John Kiger, 1S53, '76, '84 

James H. Noble, 1853, '56, '67 

E. H. Sabin, . . 1854, '55 
Wm. McK. Hester, 1854, '60, '77, '79, '82 

Thomas H. Sinex, 1855, '56 

Thomas J. Ryan, 1857 

John Layerty, 1857, '61 
Benjamin F. Rawlins, 3S5S, '64, '65, '68, '76 

W. F. Harned, 185S 

John J. Hight, 1859, '66, '70 

Marma M. C. Hobbs, 1860 

John H. Ketcham, 1860, '74, '82 

John J. Stallard, 1861 

James R. Williams, 1862 

J. L. Walker, 1862 

Albion Fellows, 1863 

J. M. Green, 1S64, '65 

John Walls, 1866 

W. S. Daniels, 1S67 

Charles N. Sims, 1868 

Reuben Andrus, 1869 

Oliver H. Smith, 1S69, '71 

Jefferson E. Brant, 1870, '85 

John Bruner, 1871, '72 

John Poucher, 1872 



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DePauw University. 



Isaac N. Thompson, 
S. L. Binkley, 
Henry R. Nayloe, 
Hayden Hays, 
Aaron Turner, 
Joseph B. Woods, 
George D. "Watson, 
Lealdes Forbes, 
Thomas G. Beharrel, 
William R. Halstead, 
Francis A. Friedley, 
John W. Webb, 
Henry J. Talbott, 
Ferd C. Iglehart, 
Hickman N. King, 
William H. Grimm, 
Allen R. Julian, 
William M. Zaring, 
Robert R. Baldwin, 
Theodore D. Welker, 
William B. Collins, 
John Emory Steele, 
Robert Roberts, 
Charles E. Bacon, 
Albert Hurlstone, 
John W. Duncan, 
Tilghman H. Willis, 
Edward B. Rawls, 
Charles E. Lasby, 
William A. Qcayle, 
Edmund R. Vest, 
John L. Funkhouser, 



1873, '85 
1873 
1874 
1874 
1875 
1875 

1877, '80 
1878 
1878 

1878, '81 
1879 
1880 

1881. '86, '87, '88 

1882 

1883 

1883, '87 

1884 

18S6 

1SSS, '89, '90 

1SS9, '90, '91 

1889, 90, '91, '92, '93, '94, '95 

1893, '94, '95, '96, '97 

1S96, '97, '98 

1896, 1900, '01 

1896, '97, '98, '99, 1900 

1896, 97 

1897, '98, '99 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1901 



NORTH INDIANA CONFERENCE. 



John S. Bayliss, 
Samuel Beenton, 
Samuel T. Gillett, 
Richard Hargrave, 
George M. Beswick, 
William H. Goode, 



1845 

1845, '46, '47 

1845, '46, '47, '49, '50, '51 

1845, '46 

1846 

1846, '47, '64, '65, '66 



Corporation. 11 

John C. Smith. 1847, '49, '52 
George M. Boyd, (name re-appears in another co'nfj, 1S4S, '51, '52 

Amasa Johnson, 1848 

Hawley B. Beers. 1S4S, '57 

John H. Bruce, 1S48 
Jacob M. Stallard, (name re-appears in another conference), 1S48 
John H. Hill, (name re-appears in another conference), 1849, '50 

Benjamin F. Tefft, 1850 

Reuben D. Robinson, 1S50, '57, '5S, '82 
John B. DeMott, (name re-appears in another conf'j, 1S50, '54 

Henry C. Benson, 1851 

Walter Huffman, 1851 

Luther Taylor, 1852 

John Daniel, 1852 

George W. Bower, 1853 

Horatio N. Barnes, 1853, '54, '55, '60, '76 

Milton Mahan, 1S55, '62, '71 

John D. J. Pettijohn, 1855 

Samuel N. Campbell, 1856, '59, '66, '75, '78 

B. Webster, 1856 

O.V. Lemon, 1858, '71 

Frank A. Hardin, 1859 

Augustus Eddy. I860, '62 

John W. T. McMullen, 1861 

William S. Birch, * 1861, '70, '81, '84 

William Wilson, 1862, '68 
John V. R. Miller, 1863, '64, '65, '68, '69, '74 

William H. Barnes, • 1863 

E. F. Hasty, 1867, '75, '80 

S. H. Rhodes, 1867, '73 

Thomas N. Stabler, 1S6S, '80, '85 

Thomas Comstock, 1869 

R. H. Sparks, 1870 

J. Spark, 1872 

J. C Mahin, 1872 

Wilbur F. Walker, 1873 

A. A. Brown, 1S74 

M. H. Mendenhall, 1S76, '77 
Aeijaii Marine, (name re-appears in another ionf), 1S76, '77, '78 

H. J. Meck, 1879 



12 DePauw University. 

Rodekt N. McKaig, 1879, '80 

Augustus E. Mahin, 1881, '85 

C. W. Church, 1882 

J. W. Welch, 1883, '86 

H. J. Norris, 1883 

John B. Carns, 1884 

John K. Waltz, 1884 

W. D. Parr, 1886 
Charles G. Hudson, 1887, '88, '89, '90, '91, '92, '93 

C. H. Brown, 1887, '88 

Reuben D. Robinson, 1888, '89 
Jacob K. Walts, 1890, '91, '92, '93, '94. 

George H. Hill, 1894 

Wilber M. Nelson, 1894 

Somerville Light, 1895, '96, '97, '98 

Mitchell S. Marble, 1895, '96, '97, '98 

James A. Beatty. 1898 

Almiron W. Lamport, 1899, 1900, '01 

Cyrus U. Wade, 1899, 1900, '01 

Thomas M. Guild, 1900, '01 

SOUTH-EAST INDIANA CONFERENCE. 

John W. Sullivan, 1853 

John W. Locke, 1853, '59 

William W. Hibben, 1854 

George A. Bruning, 1854 

James Crawford, 1854 

James Evans, . . 1855 

Enoch G. Wood, 1855 

Hiram Gilmore, 1856 

Francis A. Hester, 1856, '59, '63 

Calvin W. Ruter, 1857 
Thomas H. Lynch, 1357, '67, '69, '73, '82 

W. W. Snyder, 1858, '73 

John Miller, 1858 

Samuel Longden, 1861 

Sampson Tincher, 1861 
James B. Lathrop, 1862, '69, '74, '75, '78 

James A. Beswick, 1862 
Thomas G. Beharrel, (name re-appears in another confj, 1863 





Corporation. 


13 


John A. Bartii, 




1863 


Wm. R. Goodwin, 




1864, '65 


Joseph Cotton, 




1864, '65, '75 


John S. Tevis, 




1865, '80, '84 


John G. Chaffee, 




1866, '81 


George L. Curtiss, 




1866, 72, '74 


John H. Lozier, 




1867, '71 


Joseph Tarkington, 




1868 


Charles E. Tinsley, 




1868, '71, '80 


Willliam Harrison, 




1869 


William T. Saunders, 




1870 


David A. Robertson, 




1870 


W. Oliver Pierce, 




1872 


Robert Roberts, 




1873 


Jeremiah H. Bayliss, 




1876, '77 


Robert F. Brewington, 




1876 


Lewis G. Atkinson, 




1877, '78 


Reuben Andrus, 




1879, '84 


John K. Pye, 




1879, '81 


Rufus D. Black, 




1881 


Martin L. Wells, 




1882, '84 


Robert R. Baldwin, 




1883 


A. N. Marlatt, 


1885, ; 


86, '88, '89, '90, '91 


John H. Doddridge, 




1886, '87, '88 


C. C. Edwards, 




1887, '88, '89, '90 


Edward A. Campbell, 




1891, '92, '93 


Edward B. Rawls, 




1892, '93, '94 


Reuben H. Moore, 




1893, '94, '95 


Rorert Roberts, 




1895 


NORTH-WEST INDIANA CONFEREE 


' E. 


Richard Hargrave, 




1853 


Jacob M. Stallard, 




1853 


John Scott, 




1854 


John W. Parrott, 




1854, '58 


John S. Donaldson, 




1854 


William Wilson, 




1855 


William Graham, 


1855, '59, '61, '63, 


'66, '67, '68, '76. '78 


Benjamin Winans, 




1856 


Joseph Marsee, 




1856 



14 DePauw University. 

Luther Taylor, 1857 
George M. Boyd, 1857. '59, '61, '62, '66, '85 

Samuel T. Cooper, 1858, 74 

Allen A. Gee, 1860, '77, '78 

Aaron Wood, 1860, '75 

John H. Hill, 1881, '68 

Lucas Nebeker, 1862, '65, '76 

Joseph C. Reed, 1863, '71 
Oliver H. Smith, (name re-appears in another conference), 1864 

Samuel Godfrey, 1864, '71 

Levi Tarr, 1864 

David Holmes, 1865, '71, '73 

B. Wilson Smith, 1867, '69, '70, '80 

Nelson L. Brakeman, 1869, '70 

John B. DeMotte, 1872, '75 
Russell D. Utter, 1872, '73, '79, '84, '85, '97 

Hillary A. Gobin, 1874, '75 

James W. Greene, 1877 

Isaac W. Joyce, 1879 

James C. Stephens, 1879 

Philander Wiley, 1880 

Elijah W. Lawhon, 1881 

William R. Mikels, 1881, '87 

John H. Cissel, 1882, '86 

Franklin Michaels, 1882 

James A. Clearwaters, 1883 

Henry A. Buchtel, . 1883 
Salem B. Town, 1883, '91, 92, '93, '99, 1900, '01 

Alfred Kummer, 1884 

Wm. H. Hickman, 1886, '95 

Abijah Marine, 1886 

Samuel Beck, 1886 
Deloss M. Wood, 1887, '88, '89, '90, '95, '96 

James W. Harris, 1888, '89, '90, '91 
Leander C. Buckles, 1890, '92, '93, '94, '98 

George W. Switzer, 1894, '95, '96 

Allen Lewis, 1897 

James W. Walter. 1898, '99, 1900 

Layton C. Bentley, 1901 

Samuel W. Goss, 1901 



Boards op Instruction. 15 



II. BOARDS OF INSTRUCTION. 



It is the object of the following lists to preserve for historical 
reference the names and times of service of those who have filled 
the various chairs of instruction in the University from its 
founding to the present time. As in the case of the Joint Board, 
the officers of the Faculty are given first, the Professors and 
instructors afterwards, each group in the order of original ap- 
pointment to that rank. For the present Faculty of the Uni- 
versity, refer to the current year book. 

OFFICERS OF THE FACULTY. 



CHANCELLOR. 
ENTERED. RETIRED. 

1884 Bishop Thomas Bowman, D. D„ LL. D. 1899 
1899 William Howard Hickman. A. M., D. D. 

CHANCELLOR EMERITUS. 

1899 Bishop Thomas Bowman, D. D., LL. D. 

VICE CHANCELLOR. 

1897 William Howard Hickman, A. M.. D. D. 1S99 

PRESIDENTS. 

1839 Bishop Matthew Simpson, D. D., LL. D. 1S48 

1849 Rev. Lucten W. Berry, D. D. 1854 

1854 Rev. Daniel Curry, D. D., LL. D. 1857 

1858 Bishop Thomas Bowman, D. D„ LL. D. 1S72 

1872 Rev. Reuben Andrus, D. U. 1875 

1875 Rev. Alexander Martin. D. D., LL. D. 1889 

1885 Rev. John Price Dubbin John, A. M,. D. D. 1S89 

1895 Rev. Hillary Asbuby Golsin. A. M., D. D. (acting) 1896 

1896 Rev. Hillary Asbuby Gop.in, A. M.« D. D. 

vice-presidents. 

1857 Rev. Cyrus Nutt, D. D. 1S60 

1860 Joseph Tingley, A. M. Ph. D. 1879 

1879 John Clark Ridpath, A. M.„ LL. D. 1885 



16 DePauw University. 

entered. retired. 

1885 Rev. John Price Durbin John, A. M., D. D. 1889 
1894 Rev. Hillary Asbury Gobin, A. M., D. D. 1895 

secretaries. 

1854 Joseph Tingley, 1864 

1864 Philandek Wiley, 1873 

1873 Lewis L. Rogers, 1879 

1879 John Brewer DeMotte, 1881 

1881 Hillary Asbury Gobin, 1886 

1886 James Riley Weaver, 1888 
1888 William Fletcher Swahlen, .... 

librarians. 

1854 Samuel Allen Lattimore, 1859 

1859 Benjamin Thomas Hoyt, 1866 
1867 John A. Reubelt, 1869 
1869 John Clark Ridpath, 1879 
1879 Edwin Post, 1896 

1886 Henry B. Longden (pro tempore), 1888 
1896 Martha B. Longden, .... 

assistant librarians. 

1878 Charles A. Martin, 1880 

1881 C. Donham Rose and Ida Ruth Villiers Paxton, 1882 

1882 Anna Elizabeth Walker and Maggie Wishard 

Noble, 1883 

1885 Oliver Matson, 1887 

1887 Arthur Cunningham, 1890 

1890 Morris H. Turk, 1891 

1891 John A. Chaffee, 1892 

1892 Mop.ris H. Turk and John A. Chaffee, 1893 

1893 John A. Chaffee, 1894 

1894 Martha B. Longden and John A. Chaffee. 1895 

1895 Martha B. Longden, 1896 

recorders. 

1858 Miles Johnston Fletcher. 1860 

1860 John W. Locke, 1871 

1871 John E. Earp, 1872 

1872 Lewis L. Rogers, 1873 
From 1873 to 1881 the duties of Recorder were discharged by 

the Secretary. 



Boards of Instruction. 17 

registrars, 

entered. retired. 

1881 John Brewer DeMotte, 1882 

18S2 Alma Holmax, 1884 

1881 Henry Boyer Longden, 1886 

1886 William H. Mace, 1886 

1886 Belle A. Mansfield, 1893 

1893 Arthur Ragan Priest, 1896 

1893 Francis W. Hanawalt, 1898 

1898 Frank S. Ditto, 1900 

1900 Albert A. Trever, .... 

treasurers. 

1S63 Lewis L. Rogers, 1872 

1872 John E. Earp, 1886 

1886 John Poucher, 1887 

1887 George L. Curtiss, 1894 

assistant treasurer. 

1874 Philip Schaffner Baker, 1876 

curators of the museum. 

1S76 Joseph Tingley, 1878 

1879 John M. Mansfield, 1883 

1883 Philip Schaffner Baker, 1886 

1886 Oliver Peebles Jenkins, 1891 

presidents. 

*Mathew Simpson, D. D., LL. D., 

Professor Mathematics and Natural Science, 1839-40; 

Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1839-48. Died, 1884. 

*Lvcten W. Berry, D. D., 

Professor Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1849-54. 
Died July 23, 1858. 

♦Daniel Curry, D. D. 

Professor Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1854-57. 
Died Aug. 17. 1887. 

Thomas Bowman. D. D.« LL. D., 

Professor Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1858-72; 
Harmon Professor of Biblical Literature, 1867-72. 



18 DePauw University. 

•Reuben Andrus, D. D. 

Professor Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1872-75; 
Harmon Professor of Biblical Literature, 1872-75. 
Died Jan. 17, 1887. 
*Alexander Martin, D. D.. LL. D., 

Professor Mental and Moral Philosophy, 1875-94; 
Harmon Professor Biblical Literature, 1875-84. 
Died Dec. 16, 1893. 
John Price Durbin John, D. D., 

Professor Applied, Mathematics and Astronomy, 
1882-84; Mathematics, 1883-84; Applied Mathe- 
matics, 1884-85; Mathematics and Director McEim 
Observatory, 1885-91. 
Hillary Asbury Gobin, D. D. 

Professor Greek Language and Literature, 1880-86; 
Greek and Hebrew Languages, 1881-82; Exegetical 
Theology of the New Testament, 1884-86; Theology 
and Bean of the Faculty of Theology, 1890-98; 
Philosophy, 1898—. 

professors. 
* Cyrus Nutt, A. M.„ D. D .„ 

Principal of Preparatory Department, 1837-38; Latin 
and Greek Languages, 1839-42; Greek and Hebrew, 
1842-43; Greek Language and Literature, 1846-49; 
Mathematics, 1S57-60. Died August, 1875. 
*John W. Weakley. 

Principal of Preparatory Department, 1838-40. 
♦William Clark Larrabee. A. M., LL. D., 

Professor of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, 
1840-43; Mathematics, 1843-52; Oriental Languages 
and Literature (Emeritus), 1852-57. Died May 4, 
1859. 
*John Wheeler, A. M.„ D. D._ 

Tutor, 1839-40; Professor of Latin Language and 
Literature, 1842-54. Died June 18, 1881. 
*Charles G. Downey, A. M., 

Tutor in Mathematics, 1840-41; I'rofessor of Natural 
Sciences, 1842-49; Chemistry and Pharmacy, 
1849-52; Mathematics, 1852-57. Died, October 9, 
1857. 



Boards of Instruction. 19 

♦Benjamin Fbankxin Tefft, A. M., D. D., LL. D., 

Professor of Greek and Hebrew Languages, 1843-46. 

Ror.ERT Curran, M. D., Rev., 

Lecturer on Anatomy and Physiology, 1847-49; Pro- 
fessor Physiology and General Pathology, 1849-51. 

♦Joseph Tingley, Pir. D., 

Tutor in Mathematics, 1847-49; Professor of Natural 
Sciences, 1849-79. Died Jan. IS, 1S92. 

J. S. Bobbs, M. D., 

Dean of Medical Faculty, 1849-50; Professor of Prin- 
ciples and Practice of Surgery. 1850-52. 

J. S. Harrison, M. D., 

Professor of Materia Medica. Therapeutics and Medi- 
cal Jurisprudence, 1849-51. 

G. W. Mears, M. D., 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women 
and Children, 1849-51. 

D. DuNLAP, M. D., 

Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine, 
1849-51. 

A. H. Baker. M. D., 

Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery, 
1849-50. 

D. FUNKHOUSEB, M. D.., 

Demonstrator in Anatomy, 1849-50. 

Daniel Meeker, M. D., 

Professor of General and Special Anatomy, 1850-51. 

E. Deming, M. D. 

Professor of Pathology and Institutes of Medicine, 
1850-51; Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1851-52. 
R. J. Patterson, M. D., 

Professor of General and Special Anatomy, 1851-52. 
C. G. Comegys, M. D.. 

Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Men- 
tal Jurisprudence, 1851-52. 
S. E. Leonard. M. D., 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and 
Children, 1851-52. 



20 DePauw University. 

*Thomas Henry Sinex, A. M., D. D., 

Acting Professor of Greek Language and Literature, 
1850-50. Died December, 1898. 
*Henry C. Benson, A. M., D. D., 

Professor of Greek Language and Literature, 1850-52. 
Died Jan. 14. 1897. 
Samuel Allan Lattimore, A. M., Ph. D., LL. D., 

Tutor, 1850-52; Professor of Greek Language and 
Literature, 1852-60. 
*Miles Johnston Fletcher, A. M., 

Professor of English Literature and Normal Instruc- 
tion, 1852-54; Belles Lettres and History, 1857-61; 
Emeritus, 1861-62. Died May 10, 1862. 
John Allen Matson, A. M., 

Professor of Law, 1853-54; also 1858-61. 
* Alexander Downey, LL. D., 

Professor of Law, 1854-58; Professor of Law and 
Dean of the Faculty of Laio, 1884-90. 
*Edmund E. E. Bragdon, A. M., D. D., 

Professor of Latin Language and Literature, 
1854-58. Died March 20, 1862. 

*Bernard H. Nadal, A. M., D. D., 

Professor of Belles Lettres and. History, 1854-57. 
Died June 20, 1870. 
Henry Bascom Hibben, A. M., 

Principal of Preparatory Department and Adjunct 
Professor of Languages, 1854-59. 
*Benjamin Thomas Hoyt, A. M., 

Professor of Latin Language and Literature, 
1858-63; Belles Lettres and History, 1863-67. Died, 
1867. 
John P. Rous, A. M., 

Principal of Preparatory Department, 1860-61. 
*Le\vis L. Rogers, A. M., Ph. D., 

Professor of Preparatory Department; 1861-63; Ad- 
junct Professor of Latin and Principal Preparatory 
Department, 1863-69; Professor of Latin Language 
and Literature, 1869-79. Died Dec. 23, 1894. 



Boards of Instruction". 21 

♦Philander Wiley, A. M.„ D. D., 

Professor of Greek Language and Literature, 1860-80. 
Died Sept. 22, 1S91. 
*John W. Locke, D. D., 

Professor of Mathematics, 1S60-72. Died 

*Joiin Cowgill, 

Professor of Laic, 1861-63. 
John A. Reubelt. A. M.„ D. D., 

Teacher of Modern Languages, 1863-64; Professor of 
Latin and German Languages and Literatures, 
1864-69. 
♦John Clark Ridpath, A. M., LL. D., 

Professor of English Literature and Normal Instruc- 
tion, 1869-71; Belles Lettres and History, 1871-81; 
History and Political Philosophy, 1881-86. Died 
July 21, 1900. 
*John E. Earp, A. M., Ph. D., D. D., 

Instructor in Modern Languages, Hebrew and His- 
tory, 1869-70; Professor of Modern Languages and 
Hebrew, 1870-81; Rhetoric and Modern Languages, 
1881-82 ; Rhetoric and English Literature, 1882-86. 
♦Patterson McNltt, A. M.. D. D., 

Professor of Mathematics, 1872-82; Pure Mathema- 
tics, 18S2-83. Died, Feb. 9, 1886. 
♦William A. Brown, 

Professor of Law, 1872-74. 
John Brewer DeMotte, A. M., Ph. D.„ 

Tutor in Mathematics and English, 1873-75; Princi- 
pal Preparatory Department, 1874-82; Instructor 
in Mathematics, 1874-76; Adjunct Professor of 
Latin, 1876-82; Professor of Physics, 1882-91. 
Capt. Daniel D. Wheeler, U. S. A., 

Military Science and Tactics, 1877-80. 
Edwin Post, A. M.„ Ph. D., 

Professor of Latin Language and Literature, 1879 — , 
♦John M. Mansfield, Ph. D., 

Professor Natural Sciences, 1879-81; Physics and 
Biology, 1881-82; Biology and Curator of the Mu- 
seum, 1882-S3. Died. 1894. 



22 DePauw University. 

Lieutenant William R. Hamilton, M. S.„ U. S. A., 
Military Science and Tactics, 18S0-83. 
Puiur Schaffner Baker, A. M., M. D., 

Tutor Natural Science and English, 1875-80; Adjunct 
Professor Natural Science, 1880-81; Professor 
Chemistry and Physiology, 1S81-84; Chemistry. 
1884—. 
Jonathan Birch, A. M.„ 

Professor of Law, 1881-82; also 1884-91. 
Granville C. Moore, A. M.„ 

Professor of Law, 1881-82; also 1884-91. 
Henry Hamilton Mathias, A. M., 

Professor of Law, 1881-82; also 1884-91. 
Alma Holm an, A. M. 4 

Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, 
1882-85. 
Siiadrach Laycock Bowman, A. M.. S. T. D., 

Professor of Theology and Dean of the Faculty of 
Theology, 1882-90. 
Lieut. James Bruick Goe, U. S. A.. 

Military Science and Tactics, 1SS3-86. 
Thomas Jefferson Bassett, A. M. 4 Ph. D., 

Instructor in Ancient Languages, 1875-81; Principal 
of Preparatory Department, 1884-96; Professor of 
Normal Instruction, 1884-85; Assistant Professor 
of Greek, 1885-88; Principal of the Academy, 
1896-97. 
William Wallace Martin, A. M.. B. D., 

Harmon Professor Exegetical Theology of the Old 
Testament, 1884-86. 
Joseph Carhart, A. M., 

Teacher of Elocution and Vocal Culture, 1876-77; 
Professor of Oratory and Elocution, 1884-86; 
Rhetoric and Elocution, 1886 88; English Litera- 
ture, Rhetoric and Elocution, 1888-90. 
William Henry Ragan, 

Professor of Practical Horticulture and Superin- 
dent of Parks, 1884-86. 



Boards of Instruction. 23 

James Hamilton Howe. 

Dean of the School of Music, 1884-94. 
James Riley Weaver, A. M. 4 B. D., 

Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, 
1885-86; Political Philosophy and Modern Lan- 
guages, 18S6-90; History and Political Science, 
1S90-93; Political Science, 1893—. 
Henry Albert Mills, 

Dean of the School of Arts. 1885-93. 
Rexa A. Michaels, A. M., Pn. D., 

Professor of Spanish and Italian and Preceptress of 
Ladies' Hall. 1SS5-86. 
♦Samuel S. Parr, 

Dean of the Normal School and Professor of Didac- 
tics, 1885-89. 
William H. Mace, 

Professor of History in the Normal School, 1885-90. 
Carl Mintzer, 

Professor of Stringed Instruments, 1885-86. 
Emma S. Howe, 

Professor of Voice Culture. 18S5-86. 
Lieut. Will T. May, U. S. A., 

Military Science and Tactics, 18S6-90. 
John Potjcher, A. D., D. D., 

Harmon Professor Exegetical Theology of the Old 
Testament. 1886-98. 
Oliver Peebles Jenkins, A. M., M. S., Ph. D., 

Professor of Biology and Curator of the Museum, 
1886-91. 
Belle A. Mansfield, A. M. t 

Professor of History and Preceptress of Ladies' Hall, 
1896-90; Aesthetics and Preceptress, 1890-94; Dean 
of the School of Art, 1893 — ; Dean of the School of 
Music, 1894—. 
Cecilia Eppinghausen, 

Professor of Voice Culture, 1886-87. 
Ora P. John, 

Instructor in Voice Culture, 1883-85; Instructor on 
Pianoforte, 1885-86; Professor of Pianoforte, 
1886-90. 



24 DePauw University. 

Julia Alice Druley, 

Instructor on Pianoforte, 1S84-8G; Professor of Piano- 
forte, 1886— . 
Susie G. Kellky, 

Instructor on Pianoforte, 1885-S6; Professor of 
Pianoforte, 1886-92. 
William Fletcher Swahlen, A. M., Ph. D., 

Professor of Greek Language and Literature, 1887 — . 
*George L. Curtiss, A. M., M. D., D. D., 

Professor of Historical Theology, 1887-94. Died 
March 21, 1898. 
Matthew M. Parkhurst, D. D., 

Professor of Practical Theology, 1887-89. 
Jennie L. Tompkins, 

Instructor in English, 1885-87; Professor of Mathe- 
matics in the Normal School, 1S87-90. 
Jennie S. Allen, 

Professor of Voice Culture, 18S7-S8. 
Marita Mattei Tripp, 

Professor of Voice Culture, 1888-89. 
Lena Eva Alden, 

Professor of Pianoforte, Harmony and Theory, 
1888-90. 
Arnold Tompkins, 

Professor of English in the Normal School, 1889; 
Dean of Normal School, 1889-90. 
Alice Wentworth, 

Professor of Voice Culture, 1889-90. 
Lieut. Robert C. Williams, U. S. A., 

Military Science and Tactics, 1890-92. 
Augustus Lynch Mason, A. M., 

Professor of Law and Dean of the Faculty of Laic, 
1890-93. 
Walter Cochrane Bronson, A. M., 

Professor of English Literature, Rhetoric and Elocu- 
tion, 1890-92. 
* Harry Lincoln Beals, A. M., 

Instructor in English, 1888-90; Instructor in Syste- 
matic Theology, 1890-90; Professor Systematic 
Theology, 1890-93. Died Oct. 19, 1893. 



Boards of Instruction. 25 

Eugene West Manning, A. M.. Ph. D., 

Professor of Modern Languages, 1S90-92; Romance 
Languages and Literatures, 1892-94. 

Alma S. T. Daiil, 

Professor of Voice Culture. 1890-92. 

Clarence Abiather Waldo, A. M., 

Professor of Mathematics, 1S91-95. 
Joseph P. Naylor, M. S., 

Professor of Physics, 1S91 — . 
Lucien Marcus Underwood, Ph. D., 

Professor of Botany, 1891-95. 
Tiiekla Theodora Burmeister, 

Professor of Pianoforte, Harmony and Theory, 
1891-93. 
Henry Boyer Longden, A. M.., 

Instructor in Greek and Science, 1881-82; Tutor in 
Latin, 1SS2-S5; Adjunct Professor of Latin; 1885-87; 
Associate Professor of Latin, 1SS7-92; Professor of 
German Language and Literature, 1S92 — . 
Frederick William Kraft, 

Professor of Voice Culture, 1892-94. 
Lieut. Edward Mann Lewis, U. S. A., 

Military Science and Tactics, 1892-96. 
Alison Marion Fernie. 

Professor of Voice Culture, 1S92-97. 
Walter Howe Jones, 

Instructor on Pianoforte, 1891-92; Professor of 
Pianoforte, 1S92-95. 
Caroline Dutton Rowley, 

Instructor on Pianoforte, 1891-92; Professor of 
Pianoforte and Theory, 1892-9G. 
Charles Franklin Coffin, A. M., 

Profesor of Laiv and Dean of the Faculty of Law. 
1893-94. 
Trumbull Gillette Duvai.l. Ph. D., 

Instructor in Systematic Theology, 1892-93; Profes- 
sor of Systematic Theology. 1893-94; Systematic 
Theology and Instructor in Philosophy, 1894-95. 



26 DePauw University. 

Wilbur Vincent Brown, Ph. D.., 

Adjunct Professor of Mathematics and Assistant 
Director of the Observatory, 1S85-87; Associate 
Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Ob- 
servatory, 1887-94; Professor of Astronomy and 
Director of the Observatory, 1894-96; Mathematics 
and Astronomy, and Director of the Observatory, 
1896—. 
Andrew Stephenson, Ph. D., 

Professor of History, 1894 — . 
*Wesley Walker Norman, A. M., 

Instructor in Biology, 1890-92; Instructor in Zoology 
and Physiology, 1S92-94; Professor of Zoology and 
Physiology, 1894-94. 
William Emory Smyser, A. M.„ 

Instructor in English, Rhetoric and English Litera- 
ture, 1892-94; Professor of Rhetoric and English 
Literature, 1894-96; English Literature, 1896-1900. 
Arthur Ragan Priest, A. M.., 

Instructor in Rhetoric and Oratory, 1893-96; Profes- 
sor of Rhetoric and Oratory, 1896-98. 
John Bigham, A. M., Ph. D., 

Instructor in Philosophy, 1895 96; Professor of 
Philosophy, 1896-98. 
Lieut. Solomon Purvis Vestal, U. S. A. 

Military Science and Tactics, 1896-97. 
Lieut. Samuel Vinton, U. S. A.„ 

Military Science and Tactics, 1897-98. 
Jean Corrodi Moos, 

Professor of Pianoforte, Pipe Organ and Advanced 
Theory, 1895-97. 
Benoni Abner May, 

Principal of the Academy, 1897 — . 
Melville Thurston Cook, A. B., 

Instructor in Biology, 1895-97; Professor of Biology, 
1897— . 
Adolph Schellschmidt, 

Instructor on Violoncello, 1889-97; Professor of 
Violin and Violoncello, 1897 — . 



Boards of Instruction. 27 

Elisabeth Patterson Sawyers, 

Instructor in Pianoforte, Harmony and Theory. 
1896-97 ;Professor of Pianoforte, Harmony and 
Theory, 1897— . 
Martiiine Magdalena Dietrichson, 

Professor of Voice Culture and Opera and Oratorio 
singing, 1897 — . 

ADJUNCT AND ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. 

Theodore L. Neff, A. M., 

Instructor in Modern Languages, 1886-87; Associate 
Professor of Modern Languages, 1887-90. 
Felix T. McWhirter, Ph. D., 

Instructor in English, 1885-86; Instructor in Rhetoric 
and English Literature, 18S6-87: Associate Profes- 
sor of English Literature and Rhetoric, 1887-88. 
Kate Stockwell Hammond, A. M.,, 

Assistant Professor of Voice Culture, 1890-93. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Alice Downey Porter, A. M., English, 1SS0-S3; History and 

Mathematics, 1892-93. 
Henry Ward Ridpath, A. M.„ Latin, 1880-81. 
Orson Holloway Brooke, A. M., Latin, 1880-82. 
John Schurr, A. B.. Mathematics, 1882-83. 
Samuel Morley Rutherford, Ph. B., English, 1883-85. 
Anna Downey, A. M., Greek and English, 1883-S5. 
Isaac Carter, A. M., Greek and English, 18S3-S4. 
Myra Goodwin, A. M.. Science, 1883-85. 
Frank Terrell Lodge, A. B.. German, 18S3-S4. 
Minnetta Theodora Taylor, A. M., French, 1S83-S4; also in 

1898-99. 
♦Richard Rollin Oyerstreet, Ph. B., Mathematics, 1884-85. 
William Richards, B. S., Mathematics, 18S4-85. 
Wilbur Tandy Ayres, A. M., Mathematics, 1884-93; Latin, 1893 — . 
Rosa Mary Redding, A. M., Science, 1884-86. 
Emmons Rutledge Vest, A. B., History and English, 18S4-85. 
Wellington Boyd Johnson, A. B., Mythology, 1883-84; Physics, 

1884-85; Chemistry, 1887-88. 
Ella G. Earp, Instructor on Pianoforte, 1884-86. 



28 DePauw University. 

Lida Dms, Art, 1884-87. 

Serceant Orin Parker, U. S. Signal Service; Observer at Signal 

Station and Instructor in Meteorology, 1884-86. 
James Garland Campbell, A. B., Penmanship, 1884-85. 
Herman Hinsching, Reed Instruments, 1884-92. 
Parker B. Graham Band Instruments, 1884-92. 
T. Percy Stabler, Sight Singing, 1884-85. 

* Jennie Ragan Tunnell, Sight Singing, 1885-88. 
Carrie Weik Hays, Reed Organ, 1885-86. 
Charles E. Dixon, A. B., Latin, 1886-91. 

* Nellie Douglas Bridges, Pianoforte, 1886-88. 

*Anna Irene Martin, A. B., Greek- and Latin, 1886-87; Greek and 

History, 1887-88. 
Rosa Adelaide Marquis, Stringed Instruments, 1886-94. 
Gertie Quick, Art, 1887-88. 
Homer G. Dayisson, Drawing, 1887-88. 
Anna Allen Smith, Pianoforte, 1888-96. 
Mattie L. Ferber, Art, 1888-88. 
Louise Fisher, Art, 1888-90. 
Douglass K. Armstrong, Sight Singing, 188S-89. 
Thomas Cramer Hopkins, B. S., Chemistry, 1888-89. 
Ermina Fallass, Ph. D., History and Mathematics, 1888-91. 
Joanna Baker, A. M., Latin and English, 1888-89. 
Nellie Turner, Normal Training School, 1888-89. 
Harry M. Smith, Flute, Piccolo and Trombone, 1888-94. 
Annie L. Bunger, Pianoforte, 1889-90. 
Joseph V. Zartman, Sight Singing, 1889-90. 
Frank Lawrence Abbott, A. B., Physics, 1889-90. 
Arthur O'Neil, Stringed Instruments, 1889-90. 
Minnie A. Haskell, A. B., Latin and History, 1889-91. 
Ida D. Mace, History in Normal School, 1889-90. 
Charles W. Greene, Geography in Normal School, 1889-90. 
Urias J. Hoffman, English, 1890-90. 

Aaron Isaac Dotey, A. B., English, 1890-91; Latin, 1891-93. 
Sarah Levy, Art, 1890-91. 

Frank Edward Millis, A. M., Physics, 1890-91. 
Eleanor Iglehart, A. M., Modern Languages, 1890-93. 
Anna W. Recker, Stringed Instruments, 1890-91. 
Addison Webster Moore, A. B., English, 1891-93. 
Julia Bantz Southard, Pianoforte, 1891-93. 



Boards of Instruction. 29 

Acnes Ellen Foster, B. P., Art, 1891-95. 

John Edwin Carpenter, Physics, 1891-95. 

Clara Conklin, A. M., Modern Languages, 1891-92. 

James Herbert Wilkinson, Ph. B., Rhetoric and Oratory, 1891-93. 

Lemuel Herbert Murlin, A. B., Physiology, 2 891-92. 

Herbert W. Webster, Voice Culture, 1891-92. 

Gertrude H. French, Harp, 1891-92. 

Ella Adams Moore, Ph. B., Latin, 1892-93. 

Lizzie H. Goulding, Art, 1892-95. 

James Allen Higdon, A. B., Physiology, 1892-93. 

Frederick Wasson Rous, Orchestral Instruments, 1892-94. 

James Byron Cronkrite, Orchestral Instruments, 1892-93. 

Bertha Wilson Cronkrite, Orchestral Instruments, 1892-93. 

Silas Alfred Hays, A. M., Law, 1892-94. 

Sidelia Starr, A. M., English, 1893-97. 

Jesse Franklin Brumbach, A. B., English, 1893-95. 

Samuel Baer, Ph. B.. German, 1893-96. 

Francis W. Hanawalt, A. M., Mathematics, 1893-98. 

Layton Coval Bentley, A. B., Mathematics, 1893-95. 

Melissa B. George, Art, 1893-96. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson Bassett, A. M., Modern Languages, 
1893-93. 

George Chambers Calvert, Ph. B., History, 1893-94. 

Roscoe H. Ritter, Zoology and Physiology, 1894-95. 

George Day Fairchild, A. M., Romance Languages, 1894-95. 

Ida Blanche Weaver, Ph. B., French, 1S95-9S. 

Emma Mattern, Art, 1895-97. 

Francis Hollinshead, Voice Culture, 1895-90. 

Frank Sherman Ditto, A. B., S. T. B., Greek, and Bible Geography 
and History, 1896-97; Hebrew and English Bible, 1897-1900. 

Oliver Perry Hoover, A. M., Greek and English, 1897-98. 

Minna Kern, German, 1897-98; German and French, 1898 — . 

Bessie Minerva Smith, Drawing, Oil Painting and Wood Carving, 
1897—. 

Myrta Wynn Barber, Drawing, Water Color and China Painting, 
1897-99. 

Lieut. Horace Parker McIntosii, U. S. Navy, History and Mathe- 
matics, 1897-98. 

John Mann Walker, Ph. B., Rhetoric and Oratory, 1898 — . 

Elinor Kirkwood Town, A. B., Mathematics, 1899 — . 



30 DePacw University. 

Margaret Oyerbeck, Drawing, Water Color and China Painting, 
1899—. 

Alfred Augustus Trever, Ph. B., S. T. B., Hebrew and the Eng- 
lish Bible, 1900—. 

Francis Calvin Tilden, Ph. B., English Literature, 1900 — . 

teachers. 
Samuel Kleinfelder Hoshour, M. A.. German, 1847-49. 
Charles F. Riehle, German and French, 1849-51. 
Louis Gundert, Modern Languages. 1852-54. 
Charles Nordhoff, German, 1854-55. 
Emanuel Marquts, French and German, 1857-59. 
B. B. Tremlin. Modern Languages, 1860-62. 

George W. John. A. M., Modem Languages and History, 1862-63. 
A. A. Griffith. A. M., Elocution and Vocal Culture, 1875-76. 
A. G. Olcott, Elocution and Vocal Culture, 1 G77-7S. 
S. S. Hamill, A. M., Elocution and Vocal Culture, 1878-79. 
Robert Kidd, Elocution and Vocal Culture, 1819-80. 

TUTORS. 

Charles Henry Titus, Languages, 1840-42 
Michael J. Lynch, Languages, 1848-49. 
William M. Albin, 1848-49. 
Albion Fellows, 1852-54. 
Stephen Norris Fellows, 1852-54. 
Thomas Burton Redding, 1853-54. 
Marquis L. Brock. A. B., 1856-58. 

George W. Telle, A. M., Latin and Mathematics, 1865-67. 
Johnston N. Davis, A. B., 1867-69. 
Frost Craft, A. B„ Mathematics, 1870-71. 
William Smith, A. B., 1871-72. 

David Washington Thomas, A. B., Mathematics, 1872-73. 
Charles Henry Haines, A. B., Natural Science and English, 
1878-79. 



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III. THE ALUMNI. 



(♦Addresses marked with an asterisk are the last authenticated, but 
are known to be incorrect. Any one knowing the present address is re- 
quested to send it at once, in order that the proper correction may be 
made.) 



1. ALUMNI OF ASBURY COLLEGE OF LIBERAL 

ARTS. 



I CLASS OF 1S40. 



1. Thomas Aikin Goodwin. 

Minister and Author, 1220 College Ave.. Indianapolis. 
A. P..; A. M., 184:;: I>. D., 1887. Horn, November 2. 1818. Brookville. 
Indiana. Eight years a pastor in the Indiana Conference ; four years 
president of Madison Female College ; two years president of Brookville 
College: ten years editor and publisher of Indiana American; Author of 
'•The Perfect Man," "Mode of Man's Immortality," "Liquor Laws and 
Decisions," "The Constitution of the Methodist Episcopal Church as Seen 
by a Layman," "Evolution of American Methodism" ; correspondent of 
religious and political newspapers : three years editor of the Indiana 
Christian Advocate. Married Miss Content L. Craft, September 13, 1842. 

2. Joseph Ewing McDonald, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1843; LL. D., 1868, the Indiana University. Lawyer. 
Born in Butler county. Ohio. August 29. 1819: 1820, removed to Indiana; 
apprenticed to the saddler's trade in Lafayette; 1843. studied law. ad- 
mitted to the bar: 1N43-47. prosecuting attorney; 1847, removed to 
Orawfordsville ; 1849-51, member of the Thirty-first Congress from the 
Eighth District of Indiana : 1850-60, attorney general of Indiana ; 1859, 
removed to Indianapolis, 1S63. chairman Democratic state convention ; 
1804. Democratic candidate for Governor; 1868 and 1874, chairman Demo- 
cratic state central committee ; 1875-81, United States senator from In- 
diana ; member of the law firm of McDonald. Butler & Mason. Married 
Nancy Ruth Buell. December 25, 1844, who died September 7, 1872 ; 
married Araminta W. Vance. September 15. 1874, who died February 2, 
1875 ; married Josephine F. Barnard, January 12, 1880. Died, June 21, 
1891, in Indianapolis. 

3. Finley Leonard Maddox, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born, 1818. in Shelby county. Kentucky. Practiced law 
in Covington. Indiana ; two terms in the Indiana legislature ; captain in 
the Mexican war : moved to California in 1858. Died, April 4, 1871, in 
Sacramento. California. 

4. John Wheeler, deceased. 

A; B. : A. M.. 1843: I). D., 1848. Minister and Professor. Born in 
Portsmouth. England. April 7. 1815. 1842-54. professor of Latin in In- 
diana Asbury University ; 1855. principal Baldwin Institute, Berea, Ohio ; 
1850-70. president Baldwin University: 1870-75. president Iowa Wesleyan 
University : 1875. pastor First Methodist Episcopal church, Keokuk. Iowa ; 
1870. presiding elder of the Keokuk District. Married. September 8, 1841, 
to Miss Mary Yandes. deceased; married. June 17, 1857. to Miss Clara O. 
Hulet, of Berea. Ohio. Died, June 18. 1881. in Mt. Pleasant. Iowa. 



32 DePal'w University. 

II. CLASS OF 1841. 



5. Joseph Sephas Barwick, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S44 ; D. D., 1S88, Lewis College and Chaddock College. 
Minister and teacher. Born, September 15, 1815. in Maryland. An itiner- 
ant minister in Indiana. Illinois and Missouri. Appointments in Indiana : 
Mt. Vernon Circuit, Greenfield, Knightstown Circuit, Shelbyville Circuit. 
Mooresville. Rising Sun. Newton, Greensburgh. In Illinois. Beardstown 
Circuit and Havana. In Missouri : St. Joseph. Marysville, Louisiana, 
Shelbina. Macon. Utica, Hale and Linneus. 1S54-50. professor of Latin 
in the Female College. Jacksonville. Illinois : 180:2-65. chaplain of the 
Eighty-fifth regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry ; 1860, president of 
the North Missouri Collegiate Institute ; 1867-70, president of Lewis 
College, Glasgow. Missouri ; 1878-S1. presiding elder of Chillicothe Dis- 
trict. Married. 1830. Miss Martha L. Hamilton, deceased ; married, May 
1, 1S45, Miss E. S. Whitney, deceased : married. July 10, 1878, Miss E. S. 
Treadway. Died, October 5, 1800, in Linneus, Missouri. 

6. Strange Sinclair Dunn, deceased. 

B. S. Politician. Born. April 21. 1821. in Lawrenceburg. Indiana. 
Served two terms as county treasurer. Married. 1842, to Miss Louisa 
Talbot. Died. May 22, 1855, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 

7. Edwin Gray Meek, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S44 ; M. D.. Rush Medical College, 1S4S. Physician and 
Druggist. Born. 1822. in Wheeling. Virginia. Studied medicine two years 
in Chicago and Cincinnati ; 1840-51, editor of Jsorthicestem Medical 
and Surgical Journal, Chicago : 1852. removed to California. Married, 
June. 1S45. Miss Elizabeth L. Henderson. Died, September 1, 1866, Ne- 
vada City, Colorado. 



III. CLASS OF 1842 



8. Oliver Hazard Perry Ash. 

Minister, Quincy, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1845. Born. 1822, Shelby county, Kentucky. 1842, en- 
tered Indiana Conference ; 1S60, entered Illinois Conference. 

9. Sanford Arnot Ballingal, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S45. Minister. Born, March 11. 1820. Pattonsville, 
Virginia. Local preacher in the M. E. church ; his feeble health pre- 
vented his entering the itinerancy. Unmarried. Died, March 20, 1845, 
Middletown, Indiana. 

10. Henry Clark Benson, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S45 ; D. D., 1864 : M. D., pro merito, 1S74. Born, 1815, 
Xenia, Ohio. 1842. admitted to Indiana Conference and appointed to 
Mooresville : 1843-45, principal Academy Indian Territory ; 1850-51, pro- 
fessor of Greek, Indiana Asbury University ; 1852-54. pastor Stockton. 
California ; 1850-64, presiding elder ; 1S64-68. editor of Pacific Christian 
Advocate; 1S68-S0, editor California Christian Advocate: 1867, elected 
president Williarnette University, but declined : 18S0-S5, presiding elder ; 
1885-02, pastor ; 1S64, 1868, 1876. 1884, delegate to General Conference : 
1S02, delivered by request of California Conference semi-centennial ad- 
dress, and retired from active service. Married, June 7, 1843, Miss Ma- 
tilda M. Williamson. Died, January 14, 1S07. 



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11. Cyrus Falconer Crooks, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born. 1820. in Hamilton. Butler county. Ohio. Prac- 
ticed law in Delphi. Indiana, for several years ; went to California soon 
after the discovery of gold : returned to Delphi ; in 1851 again left for 
California, but was never afterwards heard from ; is supposed to have 
been killed by Indians. 

12. George Bemies Jocelyn, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1845 : D. I)., 1875, Indiana Asbury University. Minister. 
Born, January 23. 1824, in New Haven, Connecticut. 1843, licensed to 
preach ; 1845-4!), president of Whitewater College, Vincennes ; 1849, presi- 
dent Female College, New Albany ; 1850, principal of Scribner High- 
school, same place; 1852-53, editor of Odd Fellows Magazine; 1851-55, 
professor of mathematics and natural science, Whitewater College ; 1857, 
agent for Northwestern University, Kvanston ; 1858-59, pastor Fifth Street 
Methodist Episcopal church. Des Moines, Iowa; 1859-01, pastor of Old 
Zion church. Burlington, Iowa ; 1861, president of Iowa Wesleyan Uni- 
versity ; 1S02-64, pastor Asbury Chapel, Mt. Pleasant. Iowa ; 1S04-G9, 
president of Albion College. Albion, Michigan : 1S70, pastor Division Street 
Methodist Episcopal church, Grand Rapids. Michigan; 1S71. re-elected 
president of Albion College, which position he held until his death ; four 
times leader of his delegation to the General Conference, Methodist Epis- 
copal church ; held the highest position in the Grand Lodge of Temple 
of Honor, the ritual of which Order he wrote ; a member of the Grand 
Lodge and Encampment in Odd Fellowship ; also a Sir Knight in Masonry. 
Married, June 12, 1845, to Miss Catharine M. Lyons. Died, January 27, 
1S77, at Albion. Address of widow : Albion. Michigan ; 

13. Thomas Henry Sinex, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1845 ; D. D., 1802, I. A. U. Born, January 3, 1824. in 
New Albany, Indiana. 1843, entered Indiana conference, and appointed 
to Greenville ; 1844. Williamsburg ; 1845, Crawfordsville ; 1846, Laporte ; 
1847, Logansport ; 1S48, Rockville ; 1S49, agent Indiana Asbury Univer- 
sity, and professor of Greek, pro tern.; 1S50, Wayne Street, Fort Wayne; 
1851-53, professor in Asbury Female College, New Albany, Indiana, which 
he organized and opened ; 1853-50. president Bloomington Female Acad- 
emy ; 1856, transferred to Michigan Conference ; 1850-64, president Al- 
bion College, Albion, Michigan: 1804, delegate to General Conference. 
1804, transferred to California Conference and appointed to Santa Clara ; 
1807-72, president University of the Pacific; 1872-78, professor in Uni- 
versity of the Pacific ; 1878-82, presiding elder Stockton District ; 18S2-85, 
pastor Bush Street church, San Francisco ; 1885-89, Monterey and 
Pacific Grove : 1890 — , superintendent of Pacific Grove Retreat, Mon- 
terev. California. Married. September IS. 1848, in Logansport, Indiana, 
to Miss Mary E. Ward. Died, December, 1898. 

14. Charles Henry Titus, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1845 ; Minister. Born, April 11. 1819, in Monmouth, 
Maine. 1844, entered Maine Annual Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal church ; 1840, transferred to Providence Conference, appointed to 
Pleasant Street church. New Bedford, 1848-50. appointed to Woonsocket 
church; 1850-52, Edgartown ; 1S52-54, East Weymouth; 1S55, Taunton; 
1800-02, Presiding Elder Providence District: 1850-00. appointed to 
Warren ; 1802-04, Newport ; 1864-68, Phenix ; 180S-70, Taunton : 1S70, 
Warren, where he remained until the close of his active ministry ; 1S71-78. 
Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of F. A. and A. M., Boston, Massa- 
chusetts. Married. September 14, 1842, to Miss Martha Dunn, of East 
Portland, Maine. Died, October 29. 1878, at Jamaica Plain, buried at 
Warren. Address of widow: 147 Power street. Providence, Rhode Island. 



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IV. CLASS OF 1843. 

15. Trustin Brown Kinder, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1846. Lawyer. Born, July 30, 1822, in Indianapolis. 
1845, practiced law in Paoli. Indiana ; captain in Second Indiana Regi- 
ment in Mexican war ; killed on February 22, 1847, in the battle of 
Buena Vista, by a spear thrust after receiving a gunshot wound. Buried 
at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis. 

16. Baltzar Kramer, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1846; M. I).. Ohio Medical College. Cincinnati. Physi 
cian. Born, November 21, 1816. in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Married, 
April 23, 1844, to Miss Eliza Fisher, of Marion county, Indiana. Died, 
August 7, 1881, buried in Thorntown, Indiana. 

17. John Laverty, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1846. Minister. Born, April 26, 1822. in Parke 
county, Indiaua. 1843-51, teacher ; 1851-53 member Indiana Legislature ; 
1853. entered Indiana Conference and appointed to Spencer Circuit ; 
1854-55, Gosport ; 1855-57. Cannelton : 1857-58, Owensville : 1858-59, New 
Harmony; 1859-69, Prairieton ; 1860-61, New Lebanon; 1861-62, Wash- 
ington ; 1S63, transferred to Upper Iowa Conference and appointed to 
Iowa City; 1865-66, Epworth ; 1866-67, Center Grove; located on ac- 
count of ill health and resided in Worthington. Indiana, until fall of 1879, 
when re-entered Indiana Conference and appointed to Bowling Green ; 
1880, New Ark ; 1881, Corey ; 1882, Farmersburg ; 18S3, Oaktown : 1884, 
superannuated and removed to Long Pine, Nebraska. Married, July 3, 
1845, Mrs. M. V. Pope, who died August 15. 1854. Married, October 15, 
1857. Miss Alice Spilman. Died, August 12, 1890, at Long Pine, Ne- 
braska. 

18. Albert G. Porter, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S46 ; LL. D„ 1870, Indiana Asbury Fniversity. 1851-52, 
city attorney of Indianapolis ; 1853-56, reporter of Decisions of the Su- 
preme Court and author of five volumes of "Indiana Reports ;" 1859-63, 
member of Congress. 1S78-S0, first comptroller of the United States Treas- 
ury ; 1881-85, governor of Indiana ; 1889-93, United States Minister to 
Italy. Married, November, 1S46, Miss Minerva Virginia" Brown of In- 
dianapolis, deceased ; Married, December, 1880, Miss Cornelia Stone of 
Cuba, New York. Died, May 3, 1897. 

19. Albert Henderson Ringo, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1846. Lawyer. Born. November 22, 1821, in Center- 
ville, Indiana. Died July 23, 1851, Helena, Arkansas. 

20. Reuben Davisson Robinson, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1845 ; D. D.. the Indiana University, 1873. Minister. 
Born, August 10, 1818, in Clark County, Ohio. 1843-45, read medicine ; 
1845, entered the North Indiana Conference and appointed to Independence 
Circuit ; 1846. Williamsport Circuit ; 1847-4S. Newport Circuit ; 1849-50, 
Logansport station ; 1851, Wayne Street church, Fort Wayne ; 1852-54, 
professor Fort Wayne College ; 1854-67, president Fort Wayne College ; 
1864, Delegate to General Conference, presiding elder Fort Wayne Dis- 
trict ; 1865, presiding elder Warsaw District ; 1866, Centennial Conference 
agent ; 1867-68, pastor of Trinity church, Indianapolis ; 1868-72, presid- 
ing elder of Indianapolis District ; 1872-73, presiding elder, Greensburgh 
District ; 1873-77, president Fort Wayne College ; 1877-81, presiding elder, 
Kokomo District ; 1881-82, pastor First Methodist Episcopal church, Elk- 
hart ; 1882-86, presiding elder Muncie District ; 1886-89, pastor at Green- 
field ; 1889, appointed superintendent of Deaconess work in North In- 



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diana Conference, and moved to Indianapolis. Married, September 1, 
1S47. Miss Mary K. Mahurin. Died, August 18, 1889. at Indianapolis. 
Indiana. 

21. Daniel Thurston, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1846. Born December G, 1813, in Madison. Somerset 
county, Maine. Principal of the Athens, Lincoln and other academies in 
Maine ; employed by the Appletons, of New York, to lecture on reading 
and general education, holding institutes in connection with the same ; 
an ordained minister of the M. E. Church ; 1855, removed to Beldenville, 
Wisconsin, where he was for years county and town Superintendent of 
public schools ; 1880. moved to Bound Spring. Mitchell county, Kansas : 
1882, returned to Wisconsin and continued teaching. Married. August 
15, 1842, to Miss Ann Burns, who died December 20, 1881. Died, May 
24, 1889, at Connersville, Dunn county, Wisconsin. 

22. Philander Wiley, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1846 : D. D., 1873, Iowa Wesleyan University. Minister and 
Professor. Born at Mechanicsburg. Ohio, February 23. 1823. Eight years 
in the pastorate: 1845-46, professor in Vincennes University; 1846-47, 
principal Platteville Collegiate Institute, Wisconsin ; 184S-49, principal 
Orawfordsville Female Academy ; 1846. elected professor of mathematics 
in Mt. Morris Seminary, Illinois : 1S52, elected principal of Raymond 
Academy, Mississippi ; 1860-80, Robert Stockwell professor of Greek, In- 
diana Asbury University : seven years in business in Denver, Colorado. 
Married, September 11. 1846. to Miss Fannie Crosby. Died. September 
22, 1891. in Denver, Colorado. 



V. CLASS OF 1844. 

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23. Milton J Durham. 

Lawyer and Banker, Lexington. Kentucky. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1847 ; LL. B. Louisville Law School. 1850. Born in Mer- 
cer county, Kentucky, May 16. 1824. 1861-62 Circuit judge : 1873-79, 
member of the Forty-third, Forty-fourth and Forty-fifth Congresses ; 
1885-89, first comptroller of the treasury of the United States. Married, 
June 18, 1850, to Miss Martha J. Mitchell, who died October 21, 1879; 
married, June 17, 18S6, to Mrs. Margaret L. Carter. 

24. Samuel Stockwell Early, deceased. 

A. P.. : A. M., 1847 ; A. M.. pro causa honoris. Kenyon College. Banker 
and Merchant. Born, July 12, 1827. Flemingsburg, Kentucky, 1856-62, 
president Prairie City bank. Terre Haute ; 1864-68, president of St. Agnes 
Hall, Terre Haute; 1872-76, editor Baltimore Bulletin; 1878-84, secretary 
Rose Polytechnic Institute ; traveled in Europe in 1849-50, and again in 
1S57. Married, October 24, 1S55, Miss A. Louisa Andrews. Address of 
widow : Terre Haute, Indiana. 

25. Samuel M. Henderson, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M. ; 1847. Read law and medicine. Died, 1881 In California. 

26. Robert Noble Hudson, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer and Editor. Born, November 19, 1819, In Brookvllle, 
Indiana, 1850-54, member of Indiana legislature ; 1856, editor of Terre 
Haute Express; 1860, financial agent of the state of Indiana in New York 
City ; 1862-63, colonel and aid-de-camp, United States Army ; 1864, col- 



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onel of One Hundred and Thirty-third Indiana Volunteers ; editor of 
Terre Haute Gazette. Married, January 21, 1864, to Miss Mary V. Shaw. 
Died, August 30, 1889, in Terre Haute, Indiana. 

27. James Laverty. 

County Surveyor, Indianola, Iowa. 
A. B. : A. M., 1847. Born, March 17, 1822, Parke county, Indiana. 
Cousin of 17. 1S45, settled in Terre Haute ; 1847, moved to Polk county, 
Iowa. Married, 1845, Miss Mary A. Peck, who died March, 1879 ; married, 
December 26, 1879, Mrs. Lydia Cloush. 

28. William J. Sinex. 

Physician, New Albany, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1847. Born, November 27, 1825. New Albany, Indiana. 
1S46, graduated from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. 



VI. CLASS OF 1845. 



29. John Wesley Childs. 

Fort Smith. Arkansas. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1848. Born. August 14. 1826, New Albany, Indiana. 
1846, admitted to the bar of the Indiana Supreme Court ; 1S50, went to 
California ; 1851, visited Mexico and Central America ; 1867, settled in 
Minnesota ; 1870, moved to Kansas City, Missouri ; 1881, judge of Kansas 
City Court. Married, November, 1848, Miss Sallie V. McClure. 

30. William Roy Genung. 

Physician, Fort Branch, Indiana. 
A B. ; A. M., 184S. Born. 1827. in New Jersey. Studied medicine in 
New York for four years, taking the degree of M. D. at the University of 
New York in 1852 ; 1883, member of Indiana legislature. Married, 1S66, 
Miss Louisa Strain. 

31. John Reeves Goodwin, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1848. Physician and Banker. Born, July 15, 1820, in 
Brookville, Indiana. Pursued the study of metlicine in Ohio Medical 
College for three years, taking the degree of M. D., practiced medicine in 
Franklin county until the war ; 1861, appointed assistant surgeon of the 
Thirty-seventh Indiana Regiment ; at the close of the war appointed dis- 
bursing clerk of the Department of the Interior, which position he held 
for three months ; he then became cashier of the Brookville National Bank, 
and afterwards organized the Brookville bank. Married, in 1S46, to Miss 
Rachel Gondie. Died, in Brookville, May 3, 18S0. 

32. James Harlan, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1848 ; LL. D., Indiana Asbury University. Born, August 
26, 1S20, Clark county, Illinois. Pursued the study of law at Iowa City ; 
superintendent, public instruction. Iowa ; 1854, first president of Iowa 
Wesleyan University ; 1855-65. United States senator ; 1865-66, Secretary 
of Interior : 1867-73. United States senator ; 1882-85. judge on the Court 
of Commission of Alabama Claims. Married, 1846, Miss Ann Eliza Peck. 
Died, October 5, 1900. 

33. James Frazier Jaquess. 

Minister, Poseyville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1848 ; D. D., 1860. Born, November, 1S19, Posey county 
Indiana, 1845, entered the Illinois Conference ; appointed to Shawneetown 



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Circuit; 1846, Petersburg; 1S47-4S, Springfield: 1849, president Female 
College at Jacksonville ; 1855, appointed to Paris Station : 1850, presi- 
dent of English and German College. Quincy ; served as chaplain of Sixth 
Illinois Cavalry; three years as colonel of Seventy-third Regiment, Illi- 
nois Volunteer Infantry ; at the close of the war served in the Freedmen's 
Bureau as Commissioner for Eastern District of Kentucky ; 1S66-69, re- 
sided in the South ; 1870-84, traveled in the Fnited States and England ; 
1884-94, resided in London, England. Married, March 29, 1847, Miss 
Sarah J. Steel. 

34. William Henry Larrabee. 

Lawyer and Editor, 45 Willow ave, Plainfield, New Jersey. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S40 : LL. D., 1S8S, DePauw University. Born, Septem- 
ber 20, 1829, Alfred Maine. 1850, admitted to the bar of the Supreme 
Court of Indiana ; 1802-05. assistant editor of the Methodist, New York : 
1S05-70, associate editor of the Brooklyn Daily Union; 1870-77, assistant 
editor of the Methodist; 1879-90, translator and assistant editor of Popu- 
lar Science Monthly, (now Appleton's Popular Science Monthly) ; 1890-91, 
Department contributor ("Life in the Churches") to the Christian Advo- 
cate. New York ; 1S90-1900, Member of the Quill club of New York ; 
1894-1900, Member of the Board of Directors of the Plainfield, N. J., 
Public Library, and a special committee of one to select industrial, me- 
chanical and scientific books for the Babcock Scientific Library, (for which 
$10,000 are bequeathed) ; contributor for thirty years of articles on cur- 
rent ecclesiastical history and archaeological research to the successive 
volumes of "Appleton's Annual Cyclopedia," contributor to Bishop Simp- 
son's "Cyclopedia of Methodism ;" contributor Kiddle and Schem's "Cyclo- 
pedia of Education." and to their "Year Book of Education ;" joint author, 
with Professor A. J. Schem, of "History of the War in the East ;" 1892-93 
translated, from the original German, articles in the Neu Yorker Staats 
Zeitung, and prepared for publication, "The Gilded Man," by A. F. Bande- 
Her. Married, June 25th, 1S56, Miss Letitia Frazier, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

35. Oliver Spencer Munsell. 

Writer and Farmer, Council Grove, Kansas. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1848 ; D. D., Indiana State University. Born, June 8, 1825, 
Miami county, Ohio. 1840, joined Illinois conference ; 1851-55, principal of , 
Danville Seminary ; 1857-73, president Illinois Wesleyan University ; 
1880-81, member of lower house of Kansas legislature ; 1881-87, editor 
and proprietor of the Council Grove Republican; 1860, 1S64, 1872. dele- 
gate to the General conference ; author of Munsell's "Psychology ;" con- 
tributor to the Quarterly Review of the M. E. church, and of the M. E. 
church. South ; occasional contributor to the press. Married, September. 
1847, to Catherine Ann Hite, of Edgar county, Illinois, deceased ; married. 
September, 1851, Miss Elizabeth Whipp, of Beardstown, Illinois. 

36. William McGhee Nesbit, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1848. Born, 1825. Cynthiana, Indiana. Married, October, 
1845. Ann Louisa Nealy. Died, June 1, 1849, buried near Cynthiana, In- 
diana. 

37. Robert Parrett, deceased. 

B. S. Born, August 10, 1823, near Evansville, Indiana. 1S50. removed 
to LaGrange, Indiana, where he studied law and became one of the leading 
attorneys ; 1860, joint representative in the State Assembly for LaGrange 
and Elkhart counties ; October 18, 1862, commissioned major of the One 
Hundredth Regiment of Indiana Volunteers : July 6, 1S03, killed at Yazoo 
river, near Vicksburg. by a falling tree : his remains were taken to La- 
Grange for burial. Married Miss M. Sands (daughter of Colonel Sands) 
at Greencastle, Indiana, 1S40. 



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38. Thomas Edward Talbott. 

Farmer and Stock Raiser, Greeneastle, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, February 11, 1821. Shelby county, Kentucky. 1845-54, 
resided in Greeneastle, Indiana ; 1854-07. Madison, Indiana ; 1867-78, St. 
Charles county, Missouri ; 187S-84, Limedale, Indiana. Married, October 
23, 184S, Miss Lucy B. Dangerfleld. 

39. John Horace Young, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1848. Soldier. Born. 1S25. in Ohio. September 16, 1847, 
appointed captain and assistant quartermaster, Mexican war ; October 15. 
1848, mustered out ; July 1, 1861, appointed captain in Fifteenth United 
States Infantry ; September 21, 1866, transferred to the Thirty-third In- 
fantry ; November 1, 1866, retired from service ; September 20, 1863, 
brevetted major United States army for gallant conduct at the battle of 
Chicamauga. Died, September 23, 1868. 



VII. CLASS OF 1846. 



40. Newton Booth, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1849 ; LL. D., 1872. Lawyer. Born, December 30, 1825, 
in Washington county, Indiana 1849, admitted to the bar ; 1850-57, en- 
gaged in mercantile business, Sacramento, California ; 1857-60, lawyer at 
Terre Haute, Indiana ; 1860, resumed business at Sacramento, head of the 
firm of Booth & Company, 1862, elected State Senator ; 1871-74, governor 
of California ; 1875-81, United States Senator from California ; subsequent- 
ly visited Europe Egypt the Sandwich islands, Alaska and other places. 
Married, February 9, 1892, Mrs. Octavine C. Glover. Died, July 14, 1892, 
at Sacramento, California. 

41. Joseph Glenn, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1849. Editor. Born, October 2S, 1826, in Dearborn coun- 
ty, Indiana. 1846-54, in mercantile business ; 1854-74, principal owner 
and manager of the Cincinnati Daily Gazette ; visited Europe three times 
and spent several years abroad. Married. 1872. Miss Emma Edith Cogs- 
well. Died, September, 1874, in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

42. Mathias Addison Hester, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1849. Minister. Born. September 20, 1824, in Charles- 
town, Indiana. Brother of 58 and 128. 1847, teacher in Paris, Indiana ; 
1847-48, teacher in Liberty, Indiana ; 1S48, entered Indiana Conference 
and was appointed to Cynthiana Circuit ; 1849, St. Louis City Mission. 
Died, July 28, 1850. in St. Louis. 

43. George Vail Howk, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1849 ; LL. D., 1879. Indiana Asbury University. Lawyer. 
Born, September 21, 1824, in Charlestown, Indiana. 1856-63. member New 
Albany city council ; 1852-53, City judge ; 1857, judge Floyd Common 
Pleas Court ; 1863-64, representative in Indiana General Assembly ; 
1866-70. senator Indiana General Assembly ; 1877, judge Indiana Supreme 
Court ; re-elected, second term expiring January 1, 1889 ; 1891, re-elected 
judge of Floyd county Common Pleas Court. Married, December 21, 1848, 
to Miss Eleanor Dewey, who died April 12, 1853 ; married, September 5, 
185 4, to Miss Jane Simonson. Died, January 13, 1892, at New Albany, 
Indiana. 



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44. James Paxton Luse. 

River Forest, Cook County, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1840. Born, August 22, 1827, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
1S52-53. and 1859-66, editor Lafayette Journal; 1866-69, editor New Al- 
bany Commercial; 1869-77, collector of customs at Louisville; 1880-82, 
writing editor Indianapolis Journal; 1882-87, register land-office. Dead- 
wood; 1888, editorial writer Chicago Times; 1880, register U. S. land 
office at Rapid City, South Dakota. Married. September, 1849. to Miss 
Mary J. Hardesty, who died November 31, 1879 ; married, October 18, 
18S3, to Miss Margaret P. Frather. 

45. James Madison Reynolds, deceased. 

A. It. ; A. M„ 1849. Lorn. October 21. 1826, at Flemingsburgh. Ken- 
tucky. 1862-04, collector of taxes of El Dorado county, California ; 
1873-80, vice president and general manager of Louisville, New Albany 
and Chicago Railway company. Married. October 27, 1858, to Miss Sophia 
Wolcott Ellsworth. Died, February 3, 1901, at Lafayette, Indiana. 

46. Joseph Tingley, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S49: Ph. D., 1871. Teacher. Lecturer and Minister. 
Born, March 5. 1822, in Cadiz, Ohio. Brother of 82 and father of 577. 
1846-49, tutor in mathematics : 1840-70, professor of natural science in 
Indiana Asbury University ; 1860-79, vice-president Indiana Asbury Uni- 
versity : president State Teachers' Association ; member American Asso- 
ciation for the Advancement of Science ; lecturer at Chautauqua and other 
educational assemblies ; 1S70, professor natural science Central Normal 
College, Danville ; 1S85-S6, president of Marion Normal College ; 1886-88, 
civil engineer Kansas City Cable railroad ; 1888-02. professor of meta- 
physics, science and art, Campbell Normal University, Ilolton. Kansas ; 
licensed minister in M. E. Church. Married, May 17, 1853, Miss Ellen 
R. Webb. Died, January 18. 1892, at Holton, Kansas, and was buried at 
Forest Hill Cemetery, Greencastle. 



VIII. CLASS OF 1847. 



47. Stephen Smith Brown, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1850. Lawyer. Born. April 21. 1S19. in Farmington, 
Ontario county, New York. Graduated from law school at Balston 
Springs, New York ; 1850. began the practice of law in Indianapolis; a 
few years later located in Montgomery, Alabama, and engaged in manu- 
facturing agricultural implements ; subsequently settled at San Antonio, 
Texas, and engaged in stock raising ; held a government commmission dur- 
ing the Civil war; correspondent of the New York Tribune; after the war 
endeavored to better the condition of the Indians, by teaching them 
trades and other useful occupations. Married, 1840, Miss Margaret Boyd 
Maxwell, of Balston. New York, who died in 1S51 ; married, 1853, Miss 
Caroline Barrett, of Cincinnati. Ohio. Died. February 8, 1880, at the home 
of his brother, Wabashaw, Minnesota, and buried in Riverview cemetery. 

48. William Cassady, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1850. Lawyer. Born. October 24. 1821, in Rushville, 
Indiana. Teacher at Moore's Hill. Greensburg, Knightstown, Rushville. 
Indiana, and Petersburg, Kentucky : 1857. admitted to the bar : 1864, 
candidate for state senate ; 1872. candidate for lower house of the Indiana 
legislature. Married. 1868, to Miss Amelia Lilly, of Cynthiana. Ken- 
tucky. Died, August 11, 18S0. in Rushville, Indiana. 



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49. Henry William Daniels. 

Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1850. Deputy auditor Tutnam county. Indiana : mayor of 
Greencastle, Indiana ; chief clerk machinery department, Vandalia Line. 

50. William H. Durham. 

Banker, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1850. Born, April 12, 1827, in Lincoln county, Kentucky. 
Postmaster ; captain Indiana militia ; president of Indianapolis, Decatur 
and Springfield railroad ; 1864 — , president First National bank, Craw- 
fordsville, and stockholder in several other banks in the State ; 1849. 
crossed the plains to California : went to Mexico, South America and 
Cuba ; the first graduate of Indiana Asbury University to cross the 
Rocky mountains ; 1889, erected Y. M. C. A. building at Crawfordsville — 
one of tbe most complete edifices in the State. Married, February 10, 
1S57, to Miss Sarah M. Evans. 

51. William Riley Griffith, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1850. Minister. Born. May S, 1S20. in Tippecanoe coun- 
ty, Indiana. January, 1848, elected president of Otterbein University, 
Westerville, Ohio ; 1850, president of Mount Pleasant University, Penn- 
sylvania : 1855, moved to Kansas ; delegate to the Constitutional Con- 
vention of Kansas ; March 10. 1857, was a member of the Free State Con- 
vention at Topeka ; June 4, 1859, member of the Wyandotte Constitutional 
Convention ; December 6. 1S59. elected superintendent of public instruc- 
tion of Kansas. Married. December 23, 1847, to Miss Margaret Landes. 
Died, February 12, 1SG2, at Topeka, Kansas. 

52. Theophilus S. Sellers, deceased. 

A B. ; A. M., 1850 : M. D.. 1850, Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia 
Physician. Practiced medicine at Greencastle for ten years. Married, 
November S, 1859, to Miss Mira Crawford. Died, September 6, 1871, in 
Greencastle. 

53. Greenberry Short, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1850. Born, in Lafayette. Indiana. 1S47-50, principal of 
Tippecanoe Seminary, Lafayette. Died, 1850, in New Orleans. 

54. Henry Hoffman Trimble. 

Lawyer, Keokuk, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1850. Born, May 3. 1S29, on the banks of the Ohio, in 
Dearborn county. Indiana. 1855-59, member of the Iowa Senate ; 1861-62, 
colonel of the Third Iowa Cavalry ; March, 1862,, wounded at the battle 
of Pea Uidge, Arkansas ; 1862-67, judge of the District Court ; general 
attorney. St. Louis, Keokuk and Northwestern railway, and the Chicago, 
Burlington and Kansas City Railway company ; and attorney general for 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad company; 1894, pension agent 
for the states of Iowa and Nebraska. Married, 1S50, to Miss Emily 
Carruthers. 

55. Elkanah Williams, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1850 ; M. D., 1850, University of Louisville, Kentucky. 
Oculist. Born, December 19, 1822, in Lawrence county, Indiana. 1852-55, 
traveled and studied in Europe ; returning to America he established a 
charity eye-clinic on the plan of the European institutions ; as a merited 
tribute to his zeal, the first professorship of ophthalmology in America 
was created in the Miami Medical College, which position he held until 
disabled by ill-health, his career as a specialist having embraced full 
thirty-one years ; he contributed numerous articles to American and for- 
eign medical journals, and for many years was associate editor of the 



The Alumni. 41 

Cincinnati Lancet and Observer; honorary member of the Medical Society 
at Athens, and of the Ophthalmologic^ Society of Great Britain ; 187G, 
president of the International Ophtbalmologieal Congress, New York. 
Married, December 23, 1847. Sarah L. Farmer, who died August 2, 1851: 
married, April 7, 1857, Sallie B. McGrew. Dr. Williams died, October 6. 
1888. 

56. John Washington Whitford, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1856. Teacher. Born. February 11. 1820, Tarke county, 
Indiana. 1847-54, principal of the Parke county Seminary. Indiana ; 
Studied law and was admitted to the bar. Married, January 27, 1S49, to 
Miss Jane Harlan. Died, January 11, 1850, at Roekville, Indiana. 



IX. CLASS OF 1S48. 



57. Henry Sullivan Cauthorn. 

Lawyer, Vincennes., Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1851. Born. February 23, 1828, Vincennes, Indiana 
Prosecuting Attorney ; city attorney of Vincennes : Indiana ; 1860-68, 
clerk, Knox county Circuit Court : 1870-72 and 187S-S0, representative 
from Knox county in Indiana legislature : 1870, speaker of the house ; 
1884, presidential elector for second Indiana district, on Democratic 
ticket ; 1888, independent candidate for judge of the Circuit Court. 
Married, October 15, 1868, Miss Margaret C. Bayard. 

58. William McKendree Hester. 

Superanuated Minister. New Albany, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1851 ; D. D.. 1872, Indiana Asbury University. Born, 
Charlestown. Indiana, February 25. 1S28. Brother of 42 and 128. 1850, 
entered Indiana conference; 18G4-72-S0, delegate to General conference, 
1883, presiding elder, Bloomington District ; superanuated, 1891. Mar- 
ried, November 3, 1853, Miss Eliza L. Beharrel. 

59. John William Ray. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1851. Born, August 15. 1828. Madison. Indiana. 1857-6S, 
attorney-at-law ; 18G1-62, colonel Forty-ninth Regiment Indiana Volun- 
teers ; 1864-G6, United States pension agent, Indianapolis, Indiana ; 
1871-78, treasurer Indianapolis Savings Bank : 1S80-. cashier Bank of 
Commerce : 1S67-94, treasurer Indiana Asbury University. Married. Feb- 
ruary 5, 1851, Miss Catherine N. Phipps, deceased ; married. December 6. 
1866, Miss Eleanor McDonald. 

60. Benjamin Marcus Turner, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1851. Lawyer. Born, 1S23, Zanesville, Ohio. 1848. re- 
moved to New Orleans, and thence to Port Lavaca. Texas. Killed, Septem- 
ber 11, 1850, by a desperado, at Port Lavaca, while guarding the property 
of his employer. 

61. Charles Warren Winstandley, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1851. Miner. Born, February 16. 1826, Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. 1848-50, New Albany ; 1S50, in California, Nevada. Montana and 
Idaho ; 1852, located at Placerville, California. Never married. Died, 
March 22, 1890, in Placerville. California. 



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X. CLASS OF 1849. 



62. William Marsh Albin, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S52. Born in Indiana. Brother of 102 and 3S2. 
1856-57. member of the Missouri legislature ; 1861-62, major and mus- 
tering officer of the Missouri State Troops ; 1S62-63, lieutenant colonel 
Fourth Missouri Cavalry State troops ; 1864-66, superintendent of Indian 
Affairs for the Central United States superintendency ; 1S68-69, judge of 
the Probate Court and Presiding judge of Buchanan county Court. Mar- 
ried, 1853, Miss Mary E. Miller, who died, 1854 ; married, 1856, Miss 
Amanda S. Miller. Died, June 25, 1000. Address of widow, St. Joseph, 
Missouri. 

63. Jesse Birch, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S52. Lawyer. Born, April 14, 1824, Fountain county, 
Indiana. 1852, removed to Bloomington, Illinois ; 1852-77. trustee of Illi- 
nois Wesleyan University. Married, 1850. Miss Sarah "Wood, who died 
July 12, 1867. Died, July 25, 1S77, in Bloomington, Illinois. 

64. Elliott Newman Bowman, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M„ 1852. Born, 1826, in Tennessee. 1851, admitted to the 
bar ; 1852-65, on the Pacific coast, principally in Oregon, as surveyor of 
public lands ; 1865, returned to Fountain county, Indiana ; 18S0, elected 
county clerk and served two terms. Married, May 23, 1866, Miss Harriet 
A. Jarvis, deceased. Died, May 21, 1000, at Covington, Ind. 

65. William R. Conwell, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S52. Lawyer. Died, 1863, in Cambridge City, Indiana. 

66. William Holman DeMotte. 

Teacher, 242 Wolcott Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1852 : LL. D., 1S77. Lawrence University. Born, July 17, 
1S30, at Ilarrodsburgh. Kentucky. 1850-64, teacher in Indiana Institute 
for The Deaf ; 1S64-65, Indiana State military and sanitary agent, Wash- 
ington. D. C. : 1865-68. president Indiana Female College ; 1S68-75. presi- 
dent Illinois Female College. Jacksonville, Illinois; 1875-80, superintend- 
ent of Wisconsin Institute'for the Deaf; superintendent of Kansas Insti- 
tute for the Deaf : 1882. president Xenia College. Xenia. Ohio ; 1880, 
teacher in the Institute for Deaf Mutes, Indianapolis. Indiana. Married, 
1852, to Miss Catherine Hoover, deceased ; married, 1874, to Miss Anna A. 
Graves. 

67. William Henry Dixon, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1852. Civil Engineer. Born in Philadelphia. City clerk 
of Jeffersonville : surveyed Jeffersonville and Indianapolis Railway ; after- 
wards built part of it : built 50 miles of the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. 
Louis and Chicago Railway : grand master of Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. 
of Indiana. Married, July 15. 1852, Miss Amanda Marsh. Died, April 4, 
1865, in Jeffersonville. Address of widow, Pana, Illinois. 

68. Isaac Reynolds Hitt. 

Lawyer, 112 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

A. P..; A. M., 1S52. Born. 1S2S. in Maryland. 1856-65, agent State 
Bank of Illinois : 1862, in the secret service ; 1S68-72. park commissioner, 
citv of Chicago : 1875-94. Illinois State agent. Married. November 26. 
1856, to Miss Mary H. Brown. Residence. Evanston, Illinois. 



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69. John Moore LaRue. 

Lawyer, Lafayette, Indiana. 
A. P.. : A. M., 1852. Born. November 24. 1S2G. in Hamilton County, 
Ohio. 1857, representative in State legislature ; 1867-73, judge of the 
Common Pleas Court ; 1874-78. member of the Indiana Senate ; 18S0-92, 
judge of the Superior Court of Tippecanoe county. Married. September 
19. 1854. to Miss Mary O. Johnson, deceased ; married, October 4, 1S68, 
to Mrs. Sarah E. Boulden. 

70. Thomas Reed May, deceased. 

A. P.. ; A. M.. 1852 : M. P., 1857. Miami Medical Collesre. Cincinnati. 
P.orn in Putnam county. Indiana : practiced medicine in Chillicothe, Mis- 
souri. Unmarried. Died, 1877, Chillicothe, Missouri. 

71. James Cottingham Mcintosh, deceased. 

A. I!. ; A. M.. 1852. Lawyer. Born January 13, 1827. in Connersville, 
Indiana. Married. April, 1851. to Miss Elizabeth W. Martindale. Died. 
August 27, IS78, at Connersville. 

72. Benjamin Franklin Rawlins. 

Minister. Vevay, Indiana. 
A P.. ; A. M., 1S52 ; D. D.. 1S68, Illinois Wesleyan University. Born. 
May 19, 1828, Bedford. Indiana. Four years in California mission- 
field ; four years president of New Albany Female College : eighteen years 
a pastor ; sixteen years a presiding elder ; 1S0S-72. member of Book Com- 
mittee ; 186S and 1884. delegate to General conference: 18*8-96, 
assistant editor of the Western Christian Advocate. Married, in 1849, to 
Miss Isabella Elder, deceased ; married, in 1878. to Miss S. E. Matthews. 

73. Daniel Wolsey Voorhees, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1852 ; LL. D., 1884. DePauw University. Born. Septem- 
ber 26, 1827, in Butler county, Ohio. 1851, began practice of law ; 
1858-61, United States district attorney; 3859. defended John E. Cook, 
comrade of John Brown, at Harper's Ferry; 1861-66 and 1869-72, member 
of congress ; 1877-97, United States senator. Married, in 1850. to Miss 
Anna Hardesty. Died. April 10, 1897, at Washington, D. C, and is buried 
at Terre Haute, Indiana. 

74. Yelverton C. Woodward, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1852. Died, in 1852. in New Orleans. 



XI. CLASS OF 1850. 



75. James Armstrong Beswick, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1853. Minister and Teacher. 1851-52. professor of 
mathematics in Whitewater College ; 1854, professor of Greek in Fort 
Wayne College ; 1855-56. professor of mathematics in Brookville College. 
Killed in a railroad accident at Hamilton, Ohio, 1S72. 

76. Gilbert Mosier Dunn, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1853. Minister. Born. May 25. 1825. Foland, Maine. 
1851, principal Brookville Academy. Married. 1851, Miss Mary E. Dur- 
ham. Died, January 20, 1853, in Centerville, Indiana. 

77. James Thomas Embree, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1853: LL. B.. 1852. The Indiana University. 1861-62. 
major Fifty-eighth Indiana Volunteers : 1862-63. lieutenant-colonel Fifty- 
eight Indiana Volunteers. Died, 1867, in Princeton, Indiana. 



44 DePauw University. 

78. John Hanna, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1853. Lawyer. Born. September 3. 1827, in Marion 
county, Indiana. Mayor of Greencastle three terms ; 1858-50, member of 
the territorial legislature of Kansas ; chairman of the judiciary commit- 
tee, and introduced the act abolishing and prohibiting slavery in the Ter- 
ritory ; 1860. a Republican elector of the Seventh District of Indiana ; 
1S61-67, United States district attorney ; 1877-78. member of Congress. 
Married, 1850. Miss Mahala Sherfy. who died 1870 : married, 1871, Mrs. 
Emma II. Pottorff. Died, October 24, 1882, at Plainfield, Indiana, and 
was buried at Forest Hill cemetery, Greencastle. 

79. George Washington Hoss. 

Teacher, Wichita, Kansas . 
A. B. ; A. M., 1853 ; LL. D., 1S72. the Indiana University. Born, 1S24, 
Brown county. Ohio. 1850, principal Muncie Academy ; 1852, teacher 
mathematics in Indiana Female College ; 1858, first literary teacher In- 
diana Institute for the Blind ; 1855. president Indiana Female College ; 
1856. professor of mathematics. Northwestern Christian (now Butler) Uni- 
versity ; 1864-68. superintendent public instruction in Indiana ; 1868, 
professor of English literature, Indiana University ; 1871, president State 
Normal School." Kansas ; 1874. professor of English literature, Indiana 
University ; 1880. editor and publisher Educationalist, Topeka, Kansas ; 
1884, professor of English classics and oratory. Baker University, Kansas ; 
1890, founded the Western School of Elocution and Oratory, of which 
he has since been principal ; also professor of elocution in "Grund's Uni- 
versity," Wichita, since 1898. Married, 1S50, Miss Harriet J. Mitchell. 

80. David Mitchell Jones, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1853 ; M. D.. 1856. University of Louisville. 1860-64, 
clerk of the Circuit Court. Died, 1S64, at Corydon, Indiana. 

81. Samuel Allan Lattimore. 

Teacher, Rochester, New York. 

A. B., A. M.. 1S52, Ohio Wesleyan University ; A. M.. in Cursu, 1853 ; 
Ph. D., 1S73, Indiana Asburv University, and Iowa Wesleyan University : 
LL. D., 1873, Hamilton College, New York. Born, May 31, 1828, Union 
county. Indiana. 1850-52, classical tutor Indiana Asbury University ; 
1852-60, professor of Greek. Indiana Asbury University : 1860-67, profes- 
sor of chemistry Genessee College ; 1867 — , professor of chemistry, Uni- 
versity of Rochester ; 1872, consulting chemist to board of water commis- 
sioners of Rochester ; 1879, commissioner of annual assay, U. S. Mint ; 
1SS1-85. chemist to the New York State Board of Health ; 1886 — . chemist 
to the New York State Department of Agriculture ; 1894, University Ex- 
aminer in Chemistry in the University of the State of New York ; 1S96-98, 
acting president. University of Rochester ; 1900, commissioner of Annual 
Assay, U. S. Mint. Married, July 28, 1852, Miss Ellen Frances Larrabee. 

82. Jeremiah Tingley. 

Teacher, Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S53, Ph. D., 1876, Iowa Wesleyan University. Born, 
May 12, 1826, in Cadiz, Ohio. Brother of 46. Teacher in Deaf and Mute 
Asylum. Indianapolis ; president of Indiana Female College, Greencastle ; 
professor in Wesleyan Female College, Cincinnati : also in Baldwin Uni- 
versity, Berea, Ohio ; also in Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. ; professor 
of che'mistry, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Pittsburg, Pa. Married. 
March 23, 1852. Miss Ruth Ellen Cowgill, of Greencastle, Indiana. 

83. Thomas L. Tucker. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S53. 



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XII. CLASS OF 1851. 



84. Zachariah Shirley Garriott, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S54. Lawyer. 1854-56, district prosecutor: 1857-58, 
editor Washington County Democrat; 1800-61. treasurer of Washington 
county, Indiana. Died, 1861, in Salem, Indiana. 

£5. Henry Heaton Heaton, deceased. 

A. B. Lawyer. Died, 1S54, in Lafayette, Indiana. 

86. Willis Martin Hitt. 

Real Estate Broker, 112 Dearborn Street. Chicago. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1854 ; M. D., Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia, 
1S55. Born in Maryland. Married, September 2. 1S56, to Miss Lida C. 
Shotwell. 

87. James Marshall McDonald, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1S54. Minister. Born. December 25, 1823. in Ohio. 
1851, admitted on trial, in the Iowa conference and appointed to Leclaire 
circuit; 1852, principal of the Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute; 1853 
Middletown circuit. Cnmarried. Died. September 12, 1853. at his 
father's residence, near Burlington, Iowa. 

88. James McAchran Shields. 

♦Edinburgh, Missouri. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1854 : M. D.. Ohio Medical College, Cincinnati. 1854. 
Born. 1829, in Bloomington. Indiana. Married, October 14, 1S57, to Miss 
Nannie J. Darnall. 

89. Strange White Sinclair. 

Minister, Cloverdale, Indiana. 
A B. : A. M., 1854. Born in Putnam county. Married, in 1S54, to Miss 
Hannah Graham. 

90. Robert M. Weir, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1854. Lawyer. Born, June 17, 1S32, in New Albany. 
Prosecutor of the Second District for eight years. Unmarried. Died. 
October 7, 1869 ; buried at New Albany. 

91. Joseph Barris Young, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1854. Lawyer. Born, February 18. 1S32. in Erie county, 
Pennsylvania. 1853. admitted to the bar and began the practice of law 
at Marion, Iowa ; 1854, prosecuting attorney ; 1861. member of lower 
house. State legislature : 1863-67, member of State senate : 1864-05. pay- 
master in the army ; 1868. elector-at-large on the Republican ticket ; 
1869-73. pension agent for the N. E. district of Iowa. Married. October 
31, 1855, to Miss Jennie M. Carter. Died. January 24. 1S87. while on his 
way home from California and taken to Marion. Iowa, for burial. 



XIII. CLASS OF 1852. 



92. John Daniel Chestnut. 

Lawyer, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1855. Born, September 21. 1832. in Vigo county, Indiana. 
1853-54, traveled and studied in Europe : 1862-65, in Sixth Indiana Cav- 
alry : July 30, 1864, captured during the Stoneman raid, and confined 
four months in Andersonville prison. 



46 DePauw University. 

93. John Durham, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1855. Born. December 6, 1831, in Terre Haute. Banker, 
Kankakee, Illinois, until 1876 ; wholesale lumber merchant, Danville, Illi- 
nois, and Bedford, Indiana, until 1897. Married. February 28, 1859, to 
Miss Mary Eliza Cassedy, in Joliet, Illinois. Died. March 1, 1897, at 
Bedford, Indiana. 

94. Milton Stapp Durham. 

Trusts and Investments, Terre Haute. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M„ 1855. Born. 1831, in Vigo county, Indiana. 1863-72, 
railroad clerk ; 1872-74, first auditor of the Vandalia railroad ; secretary 
of the Board of trustees of the Hose Dispensary ; Trustee of the Rose 
Orphan Home ; vice president of the Terre Haute Trust Co. ; 1874. engaged 
in executing trusts, and as a loan and investment broker. Married, 1851, 
Miss Matilda J. Robinson. 

95. Philip Goode Gillette. 

Jacksonville. Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1855 ; LL. D., 1871, Indiana Asbury University. Born, 
March 24, 1833, in Madison. Indiana. 1852-56, teacher in Indiana Insti- 
tute for the Deaf and Dumb ; 1856-93, superintendent Illinois Institution 
for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb ; 1872-75, president International 
Sunday School Convention ; 1872-86, member International Sunday School 
Lesson Committee ; 1886-90, president convention of American Instructors 
of the Deaf ; 1880-95, member of standing executive committee, conven- 
tion of American Instructors of the Deaf ; 1880. 1884. 1888, member 
General Conference, M. E. Church ; 1880-84, member Book committee of 
M. E. Church ; 1S88, chairman Sunday School committee of General 
conference ; since president of the Illinois State Sunday School conven- 
tion ; 1890 — , member board of directors of the American Association to 
promote the Teaching of Speech to the Deaf ; 1893-99, president and gen- 
eral manager of the same. Married, 1854, to Miss Ellen Maria Phipps, of 
Indianapolis. 

96. Milford Bard Rudisill, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1855. Born. June 13, 1832. in Greencastle. 1853. teacher 
in high school ; 1855 to 1888. deputy clerk and clerk of Putnam county 
Circuit Court. Married, May 7. 1863, Miss Mary E. Eads. who died, 
October 22, 1870. Died, July 28. 1S90, at Battle Creek. Michigan. 

97. John Stevenson Tarkington. 

Lawyer, 1100 N. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S55. Born, June 24, 1832, in Centreville, Indiana. 
1858-62, trustee the Indiana University ; 1803. member of the Indiana 
legislature ; 1864, captain in One Hundred and Thirty-second Indiana Vol- 
unteer Infantry ; 1871-72, judge of Marion Circuit Court. Married, No- 
vember 10, 1857, to Miss Lizzie Booth. 

98. William Smith Turner. 

Minister, Spokane, Washington. 
A, B. ; A. M.. 1S55. Born, May 28, 1826. on Jersey Shore. Pennsylva- 
nia. 1852, entered the ministry : transferred to California Mission con- 
ference ; 1855-58. missionary to Sandwich Islands: 1S60-62. professor of 
Latin and English literature in the University of the Pacific ; 1862-68. 
principal of Napa Collegiate Institute, Napa City, California ; 1868, to 
present, in the active work of the Methodist itinerancy : served ten years 
as presiding elder ; delegate to three General Conferences ; delegate to 
the Ecumenical Conference for 1891 ; 1887, elected president of Spokane 
College. Married, in 1852. to Miss Ann S. Cowgill. of Greencastle. In- 
diana, deceased ; married, in 1856. to Miss Susan E. Beecher, of Stock- 
ton. California. 



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XIV. CLASS OF 1852. 



99. Arthur Patterson Allen. 

Erie. Kansas. 

i 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S56. Born, in Putnam county. Indiana. 1853-59, prin- 
cipal New Lebanon Academy : 1869-01, principal Mt. Vernon High school ; 
1S61-63. principal Carlisle Academy ; 1863-64, superintendent Princeton 
public schools ; 1864-67, superintendent Mt. Vernon public schools ; 
1867-71, principal of Russellville Classical Academy ; 1S71-73, professor 
in Ascension Normal School ; 1S73-75. superintendent Mitchell public 
schools ; 1875-76, superintendent Orleans public schools : 1876-77, super- 
intendent Shelbyville (Illinois) public schools: 1877-79, superintendent 
Bloomfield public schools ; 1879-81, principal New Lebanon graded schools ; 
1S81-86. superintendent public schools. Hillsboro. Illinois ; 1887-88, super- 
intendent of schools. North Springfield. Missouri ; 1888-89, West Plains, 
Missouri. Married. July 3, 1835., to Miss R. J. Dodds. 

100. Mark Lindsey DeMotte. 

Lawyer, Valparaiso, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1836 ; LL. P... 1S55. Indiana Asbury University. Born. 
December 28. 183::, Kockville. Indiana. Brother of 66; uncle of 176. 453, 
and 464. 1S56-58. prosecuting attorney, 1861-62, first lieutenant. Fourth 
Indiana Battery; 1862-65, captain and assistant quartermaster; 1868-76, 
editor Lexington, (Mo.) Register; member of the Forty-seventh Congress; 
1879 to present time, dean of Northern Indiana Law School, Valparaiso ; 
senator from Porter and Lake counties in LVth. Assembly of Indiana. 
Married. December 16, 1856. Miss Elizabeth Christie, who died March 20, 
1891. Married, January 12, 1893, Miss Clara Stevens. 

101. David Oliver DaUey, deceased. 

A B. ; A. M.. 1856. Lawyer. Born. May 8. 1829, Brookville. Indiana. 
1860, presidential elector on the Republican ticket : 1S66-67, trustee In- 
diana Asbury University. Married. 1860. Miss Anna A. Eakin. Died, 
July 7, 1867, in Huntington, Indiana. 

102. Elijah Evan Edwards. 

Minister. Ilendersonville. North Carolina. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1856 ; Fh. D.. 1877. Indiana Asbury University. Born, 
January 26. 1831, in Delaware, Ohio. 1853-36. professor of ancient lan- 
guages Brookville College ; 1S56-58, president Whitewater College, Center- 
ville ; 1858-60, professor of ancient languages Ilamline University ; 
1860-61, principal Lemont Seminary: 1861-64. a pastor at Taylor's Fall, 
Minnesota and Hudson, Wisconsin ; 1S64-65, chaplain of Seventh Minne- 
sota Volunteer Infantry ; 1865-66, professor of natural science St.. Charles 
(Missouri) College; 1866-72, assistant editor of the Central Christian 
Advocate, St. Louis ; 1872-79, professor of natural science and English 
literature McKendree College ; 1879-82, president of Colorado State Agri- 
cultural College : 1882-86, superintendent city schools, Olney, Illinois ; 
1886-S8, president of the St. Croix Dalles Institute : 1888-90, assistant 
rector and rector of Christ church. Red Wing, Minnesota ; 1890-94 ; rector 
of Kemper Military Institute, Menomonie. Wisconsin ; 1S94, rector of 
Emanuel church, Lancaster, Wisconsin ; alumnal poet of Alma Mater ; 
poems in "Poets and Poetry of Indiana :" in "Cipher Orator," Cogshell's 
Poets and Poetry of the West," Shaw's "American Literature." and vari- 
ous magazines : 1899. Rector St. James" church. Ilendersonville. North 
Carolina. Married, December 25. 1854. Miss Alice L. Eddy, who died 
August 6. 1S96: married, June 8, 1899, Mrs. Ellen Webb Tingley, at 
Oreencastle, Indiana. 



48 DePauw University. 

103. Franklin Merrick Frazier. 

Merchant, Lewisburg. West Virginia. 
A. B. : A. M., 1856. Born. June 10, 1832, in Xenia, Ohio. Married, 
1856, Miss Agnes S. Mays. 

104. John Hitt. 

Lawyer. 123 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1856. Born. October IS. 1832, Madison. Indiana. Brother 
of 129. 1863-67. attorney in law department of the Illinois Central Rail- 
way company ; 1867 — , special deputy collector of customs, Chicago. Mar- 
ried, June 24, 1S68, Miss Harriet S.- Robe. 

105. Benjamin H. Jones. 

Teacher and Lawyer. New Palestine. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1856. Born. April 22, 1830. Rising Sun. Indiana. 1853-64, 
engaged in teaching: 1864. enlisted as landsman in the U. S. Navy; after 
leaving the service, removed to Shelby county and subsequently to Han- 
cock county, and engaged in teaching and practicing law. Married, April 
12, 1877, Miss Augusta Judd, of Fairland, Indiana. 

106. Andrew Jackson Kittle, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1856. 1860. principal Wilmington High school. Died, 
1861, at Wilmington. Indiana. 

107. Washington Marlatt. 

Minister. Manhattan, Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1857. Born. June 28, 1829, Wayne county, Indiana. 
1857-67, Missionary in Kansas ; 1S60-62. principal of Bluemont Central 
College ; located by the Kansas Conference at his own request, in 1869, 
since which time engaged in agriculture. Married, April 3. 1861, Miss 
Julia A. Bailey, of Gale*s Ferry, Connecticut. 

10S. Albert Collier McDonald, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1856; D. D., Shaw University. Minister. Born, January 
31, 1828, in Henry county, Indiana ; 1853. joined the Iowa conference ; 
Appointments : 1853, Maquoketa ; 1854, Keosanqua ; 1855, Burlington ; 
1856, Ottumwa ; 1S57-58, Des Moines ; 1859, transferred to Missouri con- 
ference and appointed to Hedding charge. St. Louis : 1861-62. Jefferson 
City ; 1863-65, chaplain in the U. S. army. Sixty-eighth Regiment, U. S. 
C. I. Volunteers : 1S67, principal Thomson Biblical Institute, New Or- 
leans ; 1868, presiding elder Holly Springs district; 1872, president Shaw 
University, Holly Springs, Mississippi ; 1873-74, associate editor South- 
western Christian Advocate; 1872-76. delegate to general conference; 
1869-77, secretarv of the Mississippi conference ; presiding elder Okelona 
district. Married. October 13, 1S53, Miss S. Mary Davis. Died, March 
10, 1877, near Holly Springs, Mississippi. 

109. William Green Milsaps, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1856. Minister. Born, April 4, 1831, in Copiah county, 
Mississippi. Brother of 3 20. 1855-87, pastor and presiding elder in the 
Mississippi conference, Methodist Episcopal Church South : 1875-76, mem- 
ber Mississippi legislature. Married, August, 1857, to Miss Fannie May- 
berry. Died, February 25, 1887. 

110. William Right Millsaps, deceased. 

A. B. Minister. Born. 1834. in Mississippi. Cousin of 109 and 120.. 
Unmarried. Died, 1855, in Clinton, Louisiana. 



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111. Charles W. Moore. 

Lawyer, Muncie, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1856. Born. April 2. 1826 in Portsmouth, Ohio. 1853-54, 
professor in Wesleyan Female College. Cincinnati ; 1S64 — , attorney at 
Muncie. Indiana. Married, 1853. to Miss Sarah E. Beswick, who died 
in 1857 ; married, 1861, to Miss Clara J. Wilson. 

112. George York Welborn, deceased. 

A. B. Born, April 29, 1827, in Mt. Vernon, Indiana. Author of "Cap- 
tive Boy," and other poems (See "Poets and Poetry of the West," by 
Coggeshall, page 557). Died. January 25, 1853. 



XV. CLASS OF 1S54. 



113. William Henry Barnes, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1857. Lawyer. Professor in Baldwin University. Berea, 
professor in Jacksonville Female College ; president Whitewater College, 
Centreville. Indiana ; author of "The Body Politic," "History of the 
Thirty-ninth Congress," "Cyclopedia of the American Government," etc. 
Married Miss Sarah Adams. Died, 1879, in Washington, D. C. 

114. Albion Fellows, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1857. Minister. Born, September 16, 1S27, in North 
Sandwich, New Hampshire. Brother of 115. 1854, entered North-west 
Indiana conference, and was appointed pastor in Valparaiso ; 1855, pastor 
in Door Village : 1S56-5S, professor of ancient languages in Fort Wayne 
College ; 1858. transferred to Indiana conference, and appointed presid- 
ing elder, Vincennes district : 1S65, pastor in Evansville. Married, July 
18, 1854, to Miss Mary Erskine. Died, 1865, in Evansville. 

115. Stephen Norris Fellows. 

Minister and Professor, Iowa City, Iowa. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1857: D. D., 1871, Cornell College. Born, May 30, 1830, 
in North Sandwich, New Hampshire. Brother of 114. 1854-60, professor 
of mathematics and natural science in Cornell College, Iowa ; 1860-67, 
pastor in Dyersville, Tipton. Lyons and Marshalltown. Iowa : 1S67-S7, 
professor mental and moral science and didactis in Iowa State University ; 
1887-1900. pastor in Waterloo. Manchester. Toledo. Fayette, and Grundy 
Center ; 1872, president of Iowa State Teachers' Association ; 1891, mem- 
ber of Second Ecumenical Methodist conference ; 1896. member of the 
General conference. Married, March 13, 1856, to Miss Sarah L. Matson. 

116. William P. Hargrave, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1857. Born, June 1, 1832, in Crawfordsville. Indiana. 1S55, 
began the practice of law in Vincennes ; 1862, moved to Evansville ; 
1862-65. captain Company G, Ninety-first Regiment Indiana Volunteer 
Infantry ; 1864-65. chief commissary of Musters for district of East Ten- 
nessee ; 1865-69, prosecuting attorney Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of In- 
diana ; 1869-72. prosecuting attorney Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit of 
Indiana : 1S72-77. Judge of the Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit : 1880, al- 
ternate lay delegate to the General conference of the M. E. Church ; 
1S80-95, minister of the M. E. Church and member of the N. W. Indiana 
conference. Author of Biography of Rer. Richard Haryrave, D. D. Mar- 
ried, September 25. 1860. to Miss Mattie Erskine. deceased ; married again 
June 6, 1895. to Miss Martha O'Neall, at Crawfordsville. Indiana. Died, 
January 14, 1897. 



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117. Noah Lathrop. 

Minister, 222 Eighth Street, South Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1857. Born, Spencer, Indiana, November 0, 1828. 1854, 
entered North-west Indiana conference. Appointments : Romney, Kings- 
bury ; 1856, removed to Minnesota and entered the work there. Ap- 
pointments : Cannon Falls, Monticello. Osceola Mills, Chatfleld, Stockton, 
I'lainview, Anoka, St. Cloud, Paynesville, St. Cloud District. Northfleld, 
Clearwater, Bake City Circuit. Zumbrata, Pine Island, High Forest, Dun- 
das, Castle Rock. Clear Bake, Annandale, Glenville and Gordonville. 
Wyoming and Princeton : secretary of conference for four consecutive 
years; superanuated : supplying, 1900-1901, Minnehaha charge. Minneapo- 
lis. Married, July 26. 1854. to Miss Sarah Frances Hargrave. who died, 
February 22, 1884 ; married, October 6, 1886, Mrs. M. Marie Perkins, 
who died March 11, 1001. 

118. John H. Leard, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1857. Minister. Born. April 8, 1826, near Cadiz. Ohio. 
Preached several years in Indiana : transferred to Minnesota conference 
and stationed at Chatfleld ; 1850, transferred to Kansas conference. Ap- 
pointments : Hartford. Emporia, Beroy, Marmatan, Osage Mission, Twin 
Springs, Ossawatomie : 1863-65, chaplain in the army : 1871, president 
Oswego College ; member of the Kansas legislature ; 1879. transferred to 
Columbia River conference, and appointed to Spokane Circuit. Married. 
August 20, 1854, at Greencastle, Indiana, to Margaret C. Marvin, de- 
ceased ; married, July 6, 1870. to Elizabeth H. Woodruff. Died, September 
15, 1880, near Spokane. Washington. 

119. Hiram Lipe. 

Minister. Blairstown, Iowa. 
A. B ; A. M.. 1857. Born, February 9, 1828, in Montgomery county, 
New York. 1854-55. professor of mathematics in Asbury Female Col- 
lege. New Albany: 1855-56. principal Bloomfleld (Indiana) Academy: 
1857-60, minister in the Missouri conference : 1880, county surveyor of 
Benton county. Iowa. Married. May 12. 1857. Miss Evaline Humphrey, 
who died October 24. 1802 ; married Miss Eliza Pollock, October 25. 
1893. 

120. Reuben Webster Millsaps. 

Banker, Jackson, Mississippi. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1857 : BB. B., 1858, Harvard. Born. May 30, 1833. at 
Pleasant Valley, Mississippi. Brother of 109. 1858-61. practiced law 
at Pine Bluff, Arkansas : 1861-65, private, lieutenant, adjutant, captain, 
major and lieutenant-colonel in Confederate army ; wounded in battles 
of Shiloh and Nashville : 1865-81, merchant in Mississippi : 1S81-84. 
wholesale and cotton commission merchant in St. Bouis ; 1884, traveled 
In Europe ; 18S4 — , president Capital State Bank. Jackson, Mississippi ; 
1884 — , president Merchants' and Planters' Bank, Hazelhurst, Missis- 
sippi : president Planters' Bank. Clarksdale, Mississippi : director First 
National Bank, Vicksburg, and director First National Bank, Greenville ; 
1892, founder of Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi. Married, 
December 19, 1869, Mrs. Mary F. Younkin. 

121. David Railsback, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1857. Teacher. Born, 1827. in Wayne county. Indiana. 
Principal of Georgetown Academy, and principal of Attica Seminary. 
Married, August 24, 1854, to Adaline C. Goe. Died, September 30, 1865. 

122. Thomas Burton Redding, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1857 : Ph. D., 1881, Iowa Wesleyan University. Bawyer. 
Born, December 27, 1831, in Henry county. Indiana. Member of the 
American Association and the American Microscopical Society, and Fel- 



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low of Royal Microscopical Society of England ; 1S7S-95, trustee of 
DePauw University; 1885, constituted foreign associate member of the 
French Society of Hygiene, of Paris : 1888, member of American In- 
stitute of Christian Philosophy ; Charter member of Indiana Academy 
of Science ; 1892-3, president of Western Association of Writers. Mar- 
ried. December 2. 1S.")9, Miss Sarah W. Corrington. Died, April 11, 
1895, at his home in Newcastle, Indiana. 

123. Charles Wesley Sherfy. 

Nebraska City, Nebraska. 
A. P.. : A. M., 1S57 ; LL. I'... 1856, Harvard. Born. July C, 1829, in 
Washington county, Maryland. Removed to Nebraska City ; practiced 
law. edited Press, and engaged in agriculture and fruit-growing. Mar- 
ried, 1S62, to Miss Irene Spurlock. 

124. Wesley J. Spaulding. 

Mount Pleasant, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S57 : I'll. D.. 1801. Indiana Asbury University. Porn. 
April 18. 1827. in Newark, New York. 1854, entered Indiana conference ; 
185T>, professor of Greek in Iowa Wesleyan University ; 1862, professor 
of mental and moral science and acting president of Iowa Wesleyan 
University : 18G4, pastor of Methodist Episcopal church, Mt. Vernon, 
Indiana; 1870, pastor in Burlington, Iowa; 1*75. acting president, and 
1876, president Iowa Wesleyan University. Married, 1854, to Miss M. 
A. Perry. 

125. Francis William White, deceased. 

A. P.; A. M., 1857; M. D. 1857, Rush Medical College of Chicago. 
Minister and Physician. Porn, September 10, 1829, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Member of the South-east Indiana conference : 1858. removed to St. 
I.ouis and engaged in the practice of medicine : editor of St. Loui^ 
Medical Journal; professor in Pope's Medical College. Married October 
26, 1852, Miss Hannah Spear, of Prookville, Indiana, who died October 
12, 1857 ; married, October 20, 1858. Miss Virginia Allen, of Chicago. 
Died, February 15, 1870, in St. Louis, Mo. ; buried in Cumminsville, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



XVI. CLASS OF 1855. 



126. James R. Baxter, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1858. Born. November 25. 1820. in Jefferson county. 
Indiana. 1855, principal Dupont High school ; 1857-63. principal Bloom- 
field High school ; 1S63, candidate for clerk of Circuit Court ; 1872. 
candidate for representative in lower house of legislature ; 1877, repre- 
sentative in the State legislature ; 1863-1896, attorney at law. Bloom- 
field. Indiana. Married. November 27, 1863, Miss Frances F. Taylor, of 
Worthington, Indiana. Died, April 13, 1896, at Bloomfield, Indiana. 

127. William Burke Biddle. 

Lawyer, LaPorte. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1858. Born, December 30, 1S30, in Shelby county, Ken- 
tucky. 1855-56, superintendent public schools, LaPorte; 1S57. began the 
practice of law ; 1858-60, prosecuting attorney for the Ninth Judicial 
Circuit ; 1862-65, captain in Eighty-seventh Regiment Volunteers and 
Ordinance Officer of General Absalom Paird's Division, Fourteenth Army 
Corps; 1865, Brevet Major United States Volunteers; 1866-1896, 
practiced law at LaPorte. Indiana ; 188S. Republican candidate for judge 



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of the Circuit Court; 1897-1898. Judge of the Thirty-Second Judicial 
Circuit. Married, November 14, 1SG0, to Miss Caroline V. Fravel, who 
died May 5, 1890. 

128. Melville C. Hester. 

Lawyer, 125 Temple Street. Los Angeles, California. 
A. B. ; A. M., Born, January 20, 1834, in Scott county, Indiana. 
Brother of 42 and 58, father of 1027. 1857. began the practice of law ; 
1859, removed to Charlestown, Indiana : 1870, prosecuting attorney for 
the Twenty-seventh Judicial District, Indiana ; judge of the same Cir- 
cuit Court ; 1884, removed to Hastings, Nebraska ; 1S86, removed to 
California. Married, December, 27, 1855, Miss Maria S. Hilliard, de- 
ceased ; married, February 25, 1884, Mrs. Melissa C. Daily. 

129. Robert Roberts Hitt. 

Mt. Morris, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., ; LL. D., 1894. DePauw University. Born, January 16, 
1834, at Urbana, Ohio. Brother of 104. Engaged in farming and 
literature ; 1872, clerk of the Senate committee on privileges and elec- 
tions ; 1874-81, first secretary of the Paris legation and charge d'affaires 
ad interim; 1881, assistant Secretary of State; 1882 — , representative 
in Congress of the Sixth Congressional District of Illinois ; director of 
Columbia Institution for Deaf and Dumb. Temporary address, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Married, October 24, 1874, Miss Sallie A. Reynolds, Lafayette, 
Indiana. 

130. Harvey Hamilton Keith, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1858. Born, February 11, 1826, in Jennings county, 
Indiana. 1855 entered the Indiana conference ; 1856, transferred to 
Upper Iowa conference : 1859, transferred to Central Illinois conference ; 
1862, located ; 1865, re-admitted to Illinois conference ; 1870. health 
failed and located ; 1883, re-admitted to Southern Illinois conference ; 
superannuated, 1892. Married, August 10. 1854, Miss Juliet C. Hull 
Died, February 24, 1900, at Walshville, Illinois. 

131. William L. Little. 

Hutchinson, Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1858. Born, December 25, 182S, in Marietta, Ohio. 
Two years professor in Ft. Wayne College ; two years principal of a 
graded school ; sixteen years superintendent of schools, Vermillion county, 
Indiana ; ten years in the practice of law ; af teT that in general mercan- 
tile business ; for thirty-four years local preacher in the M. E. church. 
Married, April 27, 1857, to Miss Mary Clark, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

132. Patterson McNutt, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1858 ; D. D., 1SS0, Illinois Wesleyan University. Minis- 
ter. Born, August 27, 1833, in Switzerland county. Indiana. 1855-58, 



Infantry Volunteers : 1S64-68. president Marshall College. Illinois ; 1869- 
70, president Baker University : 1872-83, professor mathematics in the 
Indiana Asburv University : 1883. transferred to St. Louis conference 
and stationed 'at Warrensburg, Missouri ; 1885, pastor at Del Norte, 
Colorado. Married, November 27, 1855. Miss Louisa S. Slavens. Died, 
February 9, 1886, at Del Norte, Colorado. 

133. John P. Rous. 

Teacher New York City. 
A. P.. ; A. M.. 1858. Born. September 27. 1832, in Vevay, Indiana. 
1859-61, principal Preparatory Department Indiana Asbury University ; 



The Alumni, 53 

professor of languages in Brookville College : principal Thorutown 
Academy ; president Stockwell Collegate Institute ; superintendent pub- 
lic schools, Vevay and Frankfort. Indiana, and Rushville, Illinois : 1881- 
82, in charge of Cincinnati Business College ; 1S90-91, connected with 
Mallalien Seminary in Alabama. During the '90's ranching in New 
Mexico for health. Married, August 5, 1857, Miss Sarah A. Lockwood. 

134. Benjamin Wilson Smith. 

Minister. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S58. Born, 1830, in Virginia. 1855-57, professor ancient 
languages Cornell College; 1S.j8-6<>. superintendent of public schools, 
Aurora ; 1862-64, professor in Valparaiso Male and Female College ; 
1S64-67, president of the Valparaiso Male and Female College ; 1S674J9, 
pastor of Centenary Methodist Episcopal church, Terre Haute ; 1882-83, 
and 1SS4-85. and 1896-97, member of the State legislature for Tippe- 
canoe county; 18S5-89, mercantile pursuit: 1890-93, postmaster of La- 
fayette. Married, 1S55, Miss Ruth Anna Rankin, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

135. James D. A. Warsson. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1858 ; LL. B„ 185S. Lawyer. Enlisted in Confederate 
Army. 



XVII. CLASS OF 1856. 



136. Marquis Lewis Brock. 

Teacher, Jacksonville., Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1859. Born, July 21. 1S35. in V\'hite county. Indiana. 
1S56, tutor in Indiana Asbury University ; 1858-59, instructor in Illinois 
Institute for Education of Deaf and Dumb : 1869, founded the Deaf and 
Dumb Institute of Arkansas ; 1870-75. instructor in the Pennsylvania 
Deaf and Dumb Institute ; 1S75 — . instructor in Illinois Deaf and Dumb 
Institute. Married, 1871, Miss Elvira Gage. 

137. William Rees Goodwin. 

Minister, Los Angeles, California. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1859; D. D., 1872. Indiana University. Born. July 7, 
1832, in Brookville, Indiana. 1856. principal Goshen Academy. Ken- 
tucky : 1857-62, in the pastorate ; 1863-66, president Brookville College ; 
1866-67, professor of English literature in the Illinois Wesleyan Univer- 
sity : 1868-78, in the pastorate ; 1881-84, presiding elder Quincy district ; 
1880. delegate to General conference ; 18S4. first reserve delegate ; one 
year in California in prohibition work ; member of Rock River conference ; 
1S94, appointed to California street charge. San Francisco, Cal. ; 1S98- 
1901, Los Angeles, Cal. Married. August 5. 1856. Miss Sue A. Keely, 
deceased : married, June 24, 1869. Mrs. Mary Smith, deceased ; married, 
August 28, 1900, Miss Alice M. Wagar, of Chicago. 

138. Ira Glanton Grover, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1859. Lawyer. 1861. first lieutenant. Seventh Indiana Vol- 
unteer Infantry ; 1862, captain ; 1862, major : 1863, lieutenant-colonel ; 
1S63-64, colonel ; 1865, brevet brigadier-general : 1866, Republican candi- 
date for Congress ; 1S68-74, clerk of the Circuit Court. Died, 1876, in 
Greensburg, Indiana. 



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139. John Milton Olcott. 

School Supplies, 84 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 
B. S. ; A. M., 1869. Born, July, 1833. in Dearborn county, Indiana. 
Superintendent public schools. Terre Haute ; professor of mathematics 
in State Normal School ; 1871-84, book-publisher at Indianapolis ; 1882-85, 
senior member of J. M, Olcott & Co., publishers of the Educational Weekly; 
1884-80. superintendent public schools. Greencastle ; now importer, manu- 
facturer and dealer in general school supplies. Married, 1861, Miss Miriam 
J. Brown. 

140. Ellis Lewis, deceased. 

A B. ; A. M., 1859 ; LL. B.. 1S58. Practiced law at Lyndon, Kansas, 
until August 12, 1897, when he was killed in a railway accident. 

141. Richard S. Robinson, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1859. Minister. Born, in 1827, Lafayette, Indiana. 
Brother of 20. 1856. entered N. W. Indiana conference, appointments : 
Covington mission ; Newport circuit : Crown Point circuit ; 1857-58, pro- 
fessor in Fort Wayne College ; 1860. located on account of failing health. 
Died, January 28, 1807, at Lafayette, Indiana. He left widow and one 
child. Both deceased. 

142. Oliver Hampton Smith. 

Teacher. Maryville. Missouri. 
A. P.. : A. M., 1859. Born. June 2, 1831. in Harrisburg, Indiana. 1859, 
principal Thorntown Academy ; 1SG4, principal Danville Academy ; 1806, 
president Rockport Collegiate Institute ; 1873, superintendent Jefferson- 
ville public schools ; 1883. presiding elder Little Rock district. Little Rock 
conference ; 1886, transferred to the Missouri conference, and served the 
Cameron and Trenton stations ; 18S9, elected president Maryville Seminary 
and founded that institution. Married, December 27, 1857, Miss Elvira 
Allen. 

143. Ezra Armstrong Steele, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1859 : M. D.. Rush Medical College of Chicago. Physician. 
Born, August 25, 1834, at Paris. Illinois. Practiced in Chicago, and with 
Dr. N. S. Davis edited The Chicago Medical Journal and Examiner ; as- 
sistant surgeon in the civil war. Never married. Died, October 29, 1865, 
at Richmond, Indiana ; buried at Marshall, Illinois. 

144. William S. Stewart, deceased. 

A, B. ; A. M.. 1859. Born, near Mt. Carmel. Franklin county. Indiana. 
1S56-5S. attended law school at Cincinnati ; 1858. located in St. Louis. 
Missouri, and engaged in the practice of law ; 1861-65, in the Federal 
army, retiring with rank of lieutenant-colonel ; then resumed the legal 
profession in St. Louis ; was elected two terms prosecuting attorney, and 
one term judge of Criminal Court ; 1887, removed to Minneapolis, Colo- 
rado, where he engaged in the practice of law and farming. Married, 
September 14, 1863. Miss Sarah J. McCaw. Died, December 15, 1897, at 
Minneapolis, Colorado. 



XVIII. CLASS OF 1857. 



145. Hiram W. Cloud, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1860. Born, September 7. 1833, in Henderson, Kentucky. 
Taught school at Owensboro, Kentucky : president Henry Female College. 
New" Castle, Kentucky ; 1862. proprietor retail drug store, Sullivan, In- 
diana ; 1865, wholesale drug business. Evansville. Married, 1S59, to Miss 
Sarah M. Akin. Died. March 5, 1875, in Evansville. 



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146. Frank R. Dorman. 

Merchant, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M... 18G0. 

147. George Washington Lee, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1SGO : LL. B.. 1S50. Born. February 5. 1832. in Bloom- 
ington, Indiana. 1850. teacher in Marion ( Indiana i Academy; 1860-61, 
principal of Male Seminary of New Castle. Kentucky : 1801-70. principal 
of public schools of Charlestown, Indiana: 1863-70, county school exam- 
iner, Clark county. Indiana : 1870-72, superintendent public schools, 
Bloomington, Indiana ; 1872-81, superintendent public schools. Greencas- 
tle ; until 1804. principal of Lee's Academy. Loxa, Illinois: 1894-97, prin- 
cipal Lee's Academy at Ashmore. Illinois. Married. December 15, 1859, 
Miss Isabel M. Cole, of Charlestown. Indiana. Died. April 24, 1897, at 
Ashmore. 111., and was buried at Greeucastle, Indiana. 

148. John Hogarth Lozier. 

Minister, Mount Vernon, Iowa. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1S60. Born, January 22. 1832, in Manchester. Indiana. 
1856, entered the ministry : chaplain Thirty-seventh Indiana Volunteer 
Infantry three years ; major in Indiana Lesion and on staff of Governor 
Morton two years: 1865-70. pastor in Indianapolis and Franklin: 1870-84. 
in the pastorate in Iowa, presiding elder of Sioux City district ; founder 
and first president of "Clear Lake Park" : founder and first president 
elect of "Iowa State Temperance Alliance :" first prohibition candidate 
for governor of Iowa ; chaplain first National Encampment Grand Army 
of the Republic ; department Chaplain of Iowa Grand Army of the Re- 
public : financial agent Cornell College. Iowa, widely known as an orator, 
elocutionist and singer : author of numerous patriotic and sentimental 
songs and poems. Married, 1857, to Sarah Shaw Craig. 

149. Augustus Davis Lynch. 

Lawyer, 5 Iowa Circle. Washington. D. C. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1800. Indiana Asbury University; LL. B., 1850. Indiana 
University. Born. September 8, 1835. in Georgetown. Ohio. 1850, presi- 
dent Brookville College : 1862. first lieutenant and quarter-master Sixty- 
eighth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry : 1805-74. cashier First Na- 
tional Bank of Shelbyville : 1874-S1. national bank examiner: 1881-83, 
president First National Bank. Indianapolis : president of Indianapolis 
Board of Trade : president of the State Masonic Mutual Benefit Society ; 
18S4-90, L T nited States national bank receiver : specialist in questions and 
settlements involved in the administration of the affairs of insolvent 
National Banks of the United States. Married. August 20, 1861, to Miss 
Laura V. Ilitt, of Brookville, Indiana. 

150. David A. Robertson. 

Minister, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, September 7, 1S34, in Paris. Indiana. Minister for forty- 
two years. Member of the South-east Indiana conference. 1888 — . trustee 
of Moore's Hill College ; now pastor of Fast Park M. F. Church. Married, 
August 8, 1861. to Miss R. II. Maxwell, of Moore's Hill. Indiana. 

151. Ben L. Smith. 

Lawyer, Rushville. Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1860. Elected prosecuting attorney of Bartholomew 
Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; mustered out as captain ; served on the staffs 
of Major Generals Ord and McCIernand : president of the Board of Trus- 
tees of Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home. Married, July 29, 
1S58. to Miss Laura Reynolds ; married a second time. November 3, 1S73, 
to Miss Alice Wilson. 



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151(a). Wilbur Fiske Stone. 

Associate Justice U. S. Court, Denver, Colorado. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S57. Indiana University ; LL. B., 1858. Indiana Uni- 
versity ; A. M., 1860. Indiana University. Born. 1833. in Litchfield, Con- 
necticut. 1800. went to "Pike"s Peak" with the pioneers and has held 
public official positions almost continuously for forty years, including 
twenty-two years on the bench of several State and Federal courts, nine 
of them in the Supreme Court of Colorado ; has done much literary work : 
journalistic, historical, political, legal and purely literary ; traveled over 
nearly the whole United States and Mexico, and over Europe seven times ; 
appointed, by President Harrison, associate justice of the United States 
Court of Private Land Claims for the adjudication of Spanish and Mexican 
Land Titles in Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and 
Wyoming ; re-appointed by President Cleveland, and re-appointed twice by 
President McKinley. Married, 188G, to Miss Sallie J. Sadler, of Bloom- 
ington, Indiana. 



XIX. CLASS OF 1858. 



152. Orlando Harrison Baker. 

United States Consul, Sidney. Australia. 
A. B. ; A. M„ 1861. Born in Union county. Indiana. 1858-60, principal 
Cherry Grove (Illinois) Seminary; 1S60-02. of Delaney Academy, Indiana; 
1862-63, of Cherry Grove Seminary : 1863-66, of Des Moines Conference 
Seminary ; 1S66-6S, of Glenwood Collegiate Institute : 1868-71, professor 
of Ancient Languages, Simpson College ; 1871-75, president of Algona 
College; 1880-86. editor of Indianola Herald; traveled through the 
Southern states and Old Mexico, as special correspondent of the Inter- 
Ocean; 1892-94, U. S. consul to Copenhagen. Denmark; now United States 
consul, Sidney, Australia. Married, August 31, 1S5S, Miss Mary Catherine 
Ridley. 

153. William Batterson. 

Teacher, Nehalem. Tillamook County. Oregon. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1861. Born, February 11, 1832, West Stoekbridge. Berk- 
shire county, Massachusetts. Engaged in teaching until the Civil war ; 
enlisted in Battery M. First Illinois Artillery, in which he served over 
three years: after' being mustered out of service, he located in Humboldt 
county. California, where he resided seventeen years principally engaged 
in teaching ; he then removed to Tillamook county. Oregon, and taught 
about six years ; 1SS6-92, justice of the peace. Married, March 24, 1S62, 
to Miss F. L. Schoonover, at Ottawa, Illinois. 

154. Alfred Wise Beasley. 

♦Banker, No. 37 and 39, Wall Street, New York. 

B. S. ; LL. B., 1860. Born, in Decatur. Ohio. Twice elected attorney 
and counsel for the city of Champaign. Illinois ; served in the 135th Regi- 
ment, Illinois Volunteers. Married, in 1861. to Miss Carrie Amelia Allen. 

155. Jonathan Birch. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1861. Born. June 8. 1834. in Fountain county Indiana. 
Brother of 63. and father of 1336 and 1583. 1866-75, city attorney for 
Greencastle : major of Sixty-third Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; 
professor of law in DePauw University ; practicing law in city of Green- 



The Alumni. 57 

castle ; 1888, elected trustee of DePauw University : 1S94 — , mayor of 
Greencastle. Married, February 7, 1871, Miss Marietta E. Jones. 

156. Upton John Hammond. 

Lawyer, 401 North Pennsylvania Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M„ 1861. Born. * February 3. 1S40, Greencastle. 1S62-63, 
second lieutenant Fourth Indiana Volunteer Cavalry. Married. June. 
1S64, Miss Lizzie M. Mills, who died October, 1S79 ; married, April, 1881, 
Miss Kate Harmon. 

157. R. M. Lewis, deceased. 

B. S. Born, March 9. 1837, near Greencastle. Indiana. Studied medi- 
cine at the Louisville Medical College. Died, November 26, 1S6U, at his 
home, near Greencastle, Indiana. 

158. Luther C. Slavens. 

Lawyer, Kansas City Missouri. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1861 ; LL. B.. 1860. DePauw University. Born. August 
13, 1836. in Putnam county. Indiana. City counselor and member Board 
of Public Works, Kansas City. Missouri. Married, January 8, 1861, to 
Miss Sallie B. Shelby, of Tippecanoe county, Indiana. 

159. Gonzalvo Cordova Smythe, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1861 ; M. D., 1863. Rush Medical College, Chicago ; also 
the ad eundem degree of M. D., at Long Island College Hospital, Brook- 
lyn, 1870. Born. October 31, 1836, in Putnam county, Indiana. 1879-8.".. 
professor of principles and practice of medicine in, and dean of, the 
Central College of Physicians and Surgeons. Indianapolis ; author of 
"Medical Heresies ;" 1888, elected president Board of Trustees. Central 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Indianapolis. Indiana ; 1890-91, presi- 
dent Indiana State Medical Society. Father of 1677. Married. February 
28, 1860, Miss Margaret Allen, who died February 10, 1870 ; married, 
January 16, 1872, Miss Jauie F. Black, who died November 14, 1874 ; 
married, February 17, 1876, Miss Jennie Hartley. Died, February 9. 
1897, in Greencastle. 

160. Charles Franklin Springer, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1861. Lawyer. Born. August 10. 1S34, in Sullivan. In- 
diana. 1870, member of the Constitutional Convention of Illinois, from 
Madison county ; 1864-65. lieutenant-colonel and colonel One Hundred and 
Fiftieth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Married, October. 1867, 
Miss Adelaide Isbell. Died. November 13, 1871, in Edwardsville, Illinois. 

161. Erastus Herman Staley. 

Frankfort, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1861. Born, February 6, 1830. in Indiana. 185S-62. prin- 
cipal Battle Ground Institute : 1862-64. president Valparaiso Male and 
Female College; U. S. Christian Commission during the war of the Re- 
bellion; 1865-72, superintendent Frankfort public schools; IS 1 2-90. editor 
and proprietor of Frankfort Daily Crescent ; proprietor of El wood daily 
Press; 1885-86. representative from Clinton county in Indiana General 
Assembly ; 1891-92, retired from business and politics, and made the tour 
of Europe. Married, November 14. 1861. Miss Salome Barr. 



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XX. CLASS OF 1859. 



162. Henry S. Albin. 

Lawyer. 48, No. 164, LaSalle Street. Chicago. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 18(32. 1859-01'. teacher in the Douglas county, Illinois 
public schools : 1862-65, second lieutenant, first lieutenant, and captain of 
Company B, Seventy-ninth Illinois Volunteer infantry ; 1865-66, student 
in the Chicago Law School. Brother of 62 and 382. Married, in 1871, 
to Louisa S. Cardy. 

163. Orion A. Bartholomew. 

Lawyer, Chariton, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S62. Born, September 4, 1837. in Hendricks county, In- 
diana. Colonel and brevet brigadier-general : mayor of Chariton. Iowa. 
Married, January 16, 1866, Miss Mary J. Smith. 

164. John Franklin Bellamy. 

Teacher and Lawyer, Cherryvaie, Kansas. 
A. B. : A. M., 1S62. Born, December 26. 1836, in Switzerland county, In- 
diana. Brother of 1S5 and 591. 1862-64. principal of Wilmington Academy, 
Indiana ; 1864-65, principal Union High school. Mount Carmel, Illinois ; 
1SC5-66, principal Spring Street school. New Albany, Indiana ; 1877-81, 
prosecuting attorney Fifth Judicial Circuit of Indiana ; 18S5. removed to 
Girard, Kansas ; 18S9-90. police judge, Girard : 1891, removed to Cherry- 
vale ; 1892, city attorney. Married, November 17, 1870, Miss Jennie S. 
Snyder. 

165. John Bruner. 

Minister, New Lebanon. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1862. 1859-61. principal New Lebanon Academy; 1861, 

entered Indiana conference, and preached without interruption until 

superannuated in 1894 ; several times a member of the Joint Board of 

DePauw University. Married, April 5, 1800, to Miss Rebecca S. Mason. 

166. William Green Burnett. 

Anderson. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1862. Born. December 9. 1833. in Edgar county. Illinois. 
1S62-64, school commissioner of Edgar county. Illinois: 1864-93. boot 
and shoe merchant in Greencastle. Indiana ; 1893, removed to Chicago, 
Illinois. Married, Julv 6, 1S59. Miss Marv E. Marshall, who died March 
24, 1SS0 ; married, June 29, 1881, Miss Dora Miure. 

167. Isaac Clements. 

Lawyer, Danville. Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1862. Born, March 31, 1837, in Franklin county, Indiana. 
1861, second lieutenant; 1802, first lieutenant: 1863, captain of Company 
G. Ninth Illinois Volunteer Infantry : 1807, Registrar in Bankruptcy ; 1872, 
member of congress ; 1877. penitentiary commissioner : 1890. United States 
pension agent ; since January. 1898, governor of Danville Branch of the 
National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Married, November 16, 
1864, Miss Josie Nutt. 

168. Samuel Hammond Dunbar, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born. March 19, 1837, in Greenfield, Indiana. 1861, 
entered Union army : captain Company B, Eighth Regiment, Indiana 
Volunteer Infantry. Died in the service, July 9, 1864, at Terre Bonne, 
Louisiana ; buried at Greenfield, Indiana. 



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169. Richard Louis Evans, deceased. 

B. S. Born in New Albany, May 30. 183S. 1S59-G0. midshipman United 
States navy ; 1860-62, paymaster's clerk ; 1862-65, mate : 1876-81, libra- 
rian of Decatur Public Library. Married. May 22. 1867, Miss Alice E. 
Glore. Died, November 17, 1881, in Decatur, Illinois. 

170. David B. Forrey. 

Parmer, Marsballtown, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1SG2. Lorn. January 29, 1833, in Coschocton county, 
Ohio, 1800, principal of YVurtemburg College. Newton. Iowa: 1861-65, 
private, Company II. and hospital steward of Thirteenth Regiment, Iowa 
Infantry. Married. March 24. 1804, Miss Mary J. Chambers. 

171. Henry Clay Gooding. 

Lawyer. Evansville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1862. First lieutenant. Company D, One Hundred and 
Twenty-second Regiment Illinois Volunteers : 1872-75, member of Indiana 
senate ; 1800, chief-justice of the Supreme Court of Arizona. 

172. John Craven Hester. 

Bateman Avenue, Berkeley. California. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1802. Born. November 25, 1830. in Bloomington. Indiana. 
1861-93, was lawyer, soldier, merchant, journalist : 1865, first lieutenant 
in One Hundred and Forty-fifth Regiment. Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; 
1901, retired, waiting for' the summons of the Master. Married, Sep- 
tember 21, 1870. to Miss Alice J. Buskirk ; married a second time, June 
28, 1S88 to Nellie Davis. 

173. James Boone Hill. 

14 Pacific Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1862. Born. March 10. 1840. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
1859, civil engineer, A. & G. W. R. R. : 1861-00. connected with post- 
office in Indianapolis : 1806-68, mercantile business : 1868. entered service 
of Union Line : 1873. appointed general agent of the same. Milwaukee ; 
1886, general Western and division freight agent of the Chicago. St. Louis 
& Pittsburg Railroad Company. Married, March 19, 1861, to Miss Lannie 
E. Small, at Perrysville, Indiana. 

174. John Frederick Hilliard, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1862: M. D.. 1861. Miami Medical College. Physician. 
Born. November 22. 1835. Blue Orass. Vanderburg county. Indiana. 1861, 
began practice of medicine at Millersburg. 1S67. removed to Evansville ; 
1867-68. took special course at Bellevue : demonstrator of anatomy. 
Evansville Medical College : delegate to National Medical convention in 
San Francisco ; ear and throat specialist. Unmarried. Died, February 
22, 1878, at Evansville, Indiana. 

175. Michael Tevis Klepper, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1862: M. D., 1850. Rush Medical College. Chicago. Min- 
ister. Born, June 15. 1822, Rogersville. Tennessee. 1859-85. member of 
the Missouri conference. Married. August 19, 1852. Mrs. P. J. Roll. Died 
in Cameron, Missouri. February 25, 1885. 

176. William Sunderland Marshall. 

Retired Teacher, Pomona, California. 

A. P.. ; A. M., 1862. Born. August 29. 1837. in Rockville, Indiana. 

1859-61. teacher in Indiana Institute for the Deaf and Dumb: 1861-65, 

sergeant-major and adjutant. Fifty-first Indiana Volunteer Infantry: 

1863-65, prisoner of war ; 1866-09, teacher Indiana Institute for Deaf 



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and Dumb ; 1869-87. assistant superintendent in Missouri Institute for 
the Deaf and Dumb ; 1888-97, teacher in Iowa school for the Deaf ; 
1897-99. teacher in Utah State School for the Deaf. Married, 1870, Mrs. 
Dollie S. Kerr, deceased ; married, 1S80, Miss Martha E. Dunn, deceased ; 
married, 1882, Miss Ellena Provines. 

177. John L. Montgomery, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S62. Lawyer. Born, 1S39, in Shelby county, Indiana. 
18G0, admitted to the bar; 1859-61, representative from Shelby county 
in the Indiana legislature ; 1S61-65, city clerk of Shelbyville, Indiana. 
Married, January 1. 1862. to Miss Mary Reed, of Morristown, Indiana. 
Died, March 28, 1871, at Shelbyville, Indiana. 

178. John Wallace Perry, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S62. Teacher. Born, December 7, 1836, in Putnamville, 
Indiana. Brother of 316. Principal Dayton Union Seminary ; professor in 
Stockwell Collegiate institute ; assistant superintendent schools in Law- 
renceburg, Indiana ; superintendent public schools in Anderson, Indiana ; 
county superintendent public schools of Lucas county, Iowa ; route agent 
United States railway mail service ; clerk. Circuit and District Courts, 
Lucas county, Iowa. Married. March 6, 1870, Miss Henrietta S. Funk. 
Died, September, 1889, at Chariton, Iowa. 

179. Lewis L. Rogers, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1862; Ph. D.. 1875. Illinois Wesleyan University. 
Teacher. Born, 1835. in Kentucky. 1861-63. principal preparatory de- 
partment of the Indiana Asbury University ; 1863-69, adjunct professor 
of Latin and principal of the preparatory department ; 1869-79, profes- 
sor of the Latin language and literature. Married. May 11, 1858, to Miss 
Mary E. Brunton. Died, December 23, 1S94, at Atlanta, Georgia. 

180. Charles N. Sims. 

Minister, Syracuse, New York. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1860. Ohio Wesleyan University; 1861. Indiana Asbury 
University; D. D., 1870; LL. D., 1883, Indiana Asbury University. Born, 
May 18, 1835, in Union county, Indiana. 1857-59, principal Thorntown 
Academy : 1860-62, president Valparariso College ; pastor of M. E. 
churches in Richmond, Wabash, Evansville. Indianapolis, Baltimore, Md., 
Newark, N. J„ and Brooklvn. N. Y. ; 1872. author of the "Temperance 
Problem ;" 1S79. "Life of T. M. Eddv. D. D. ;" "Itinerancy Time Limit ;" 
1881-93, chancellor of the Syracuse University ; 1884, and 1888, delegate 
to the General conference : 1884, delegate to Centennial conference of 
Methodism ; 1884-S5. commissioner to Onondaga Indians ; 1893-98, pastor 
of Meridian Street church, Indianapolis ; 189S. pastor First M. E. Church. 
Syracuse, N. Y. Married, August 12, 1858, to Miss Eliza A. Foster, of 
Tippecanoe county, Indiana. 

181. James W, L. Slavens. 

Fublic Official, Kansas City, Missouri. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S62: LL. B.. I860. Born. August 3, 1S38, in Putnam 
county, Indiana. Three years first lieutenant and A. C. L., Staff of Major- 
General Thomas; treasurer, collector, fund commissioner and mayor of 
Kansas City ; 1894, mayor of Westport, Missouri. Married, 1S59, Miss 
Mattie McNutt 

182. Hugh Wooster Templin. 

Railroad Contractor, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 

B. S. Born. September 26, 1839. in Greenfield, Indiana. Married, Feb- 
ruary 21, 1861, to Miss Mary E. Kilpatrick. 



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183. Samuel Fletcher Wood, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1S62. Born. 1S30. in Covington. Indiana. 1862-66, 
prosecuting attorney for Twenty-first Judicial Circuit of Indiana : 1SGS-72, 
member of Indiana Senate. Died, May, 1S93, at Covington. Indiana. 

184. Abram Van Horn Yates, deceased. 

B. S. Died. 1861. 



XXI. CLASS OF 1S60. 



185. Flavius Josephus Bellamy, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born, October 4. 1S3S. in Switzerland county. Indiana. 
Served three years as a sergeant in Company A, Second Regiment Indiana 
Volunteer Cavalry : 1866-70. member of the Indiana Senate from the 
counties of Switzerland and Ohio. Died, November 4, 1874, in Switzer- 
land county, Indiana. 

186. Jefferson Emery Brant. 

Minister, Bloomington, Indiana. 
P.. S. Born, February 27, 1837, in Tuscarawas county. Ohio. 1860, 
entered Indiana conference, and appointed to Highland Mission : 1861, 
I'rairieton ; 1862-65, captain, major, lieutenant-colonel Eighty-fifth Regi- 
ment Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; I860, pastor in Brazil ; 1868, Bed- 
ford ; 1870, Rockport ; 1873. Indianapolis : 1876. presiding elder. Evans- 
ville. District ; 1880. pastor Martinsville : 1S82-85. Bloomington ; 1S73-76. 
secretary of the Indiana conference ; 18S5. transferred to South Kansas 
conference and stationed at Fort Scott ; 1888. Parsons : 1891, presiding 
elder Fort Scott District ; 1892, chaplain Department Kansas G. A. R : 
1897-98, pastor Burlington. Kansas; 1S98. superannuated; 1892, reserve 
delegate to General conference ; 1896. delegate to General conference ; 
president Good Citizens' League of Bloomington, Indiana. Married, Aug- 
ust 8, 1858, to Miss Mary A. McAllister. 

187. James Q. Chenoweth. 

Lawyer, Bonham, Texas. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1863. Member of Texas Senate ; member of Congress ; 
18S5, first auditor in United States Treasury. 

188. Joseph H, Clarke. 

* Merchant, Edinburgh, Indiana. 

B. S. Teacher in Stockwell Collegiate Institute ; deputy collector in- 
ternal revenue, Lafayette district ; dealer in grain. 

189. Josiah Baker Gathright. 

Manufacturer and Merchant, Louisville. 
A. B. : A. M., 1863. Born, December 24, 1S3S, in Ballardsville. Ken- 
tucky. 1861. entered the Confederate Army as private, and served as 
sergeant, lieutenant, captain of cavalry and quartermaster; 1865-1900, 
manufacturer and merchant. Louisville. Married. 1S69. to Miss Mary 
V. Henton, who died in 1S70 ; married in 1874, to Miss Emma E. 
McGrath. 

190. Patrick O'Bannon Hawes, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1863. Born. March 26. 1839. in Louisville. Kentucky. 
1861, private in Company F. Fourteenth Regiment Kentucky Volunteer 



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Infantry. United States Army ; 1S62, second lieutenant ; 1863, first lieu- 
tenant and captain ; 1868. removed from Louisville to Omaha ; 1868, dele- 
gate from Nebraska to Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention at Chicago ; 
served on committee on resolutions ; 1874, elected to the Forty-fourth 
Congress : 1879-81, police judge of the city of Omaha ; 1884, assistant 
superintendent of folding room of United States Senate. Married, Octo- 
ber 21, 1863, Miss Amelia M. Hampton, of Boyd county, Kentucky. Said 
to be deceased ; date not given. 

191. John W. Heath, 'deceased, 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S63. Born, December 25, 1839, in Lafayette. Merchant 
and Banker, Lafayette, Indiana. Married, December 2, 1869, to Miss 
Mary A. Hanna. Died, September 4, 1890, in Lafayette, Indiana. 

192. William Henry Furlong Randall. 

* Lawyer, St. Louis. 
A. B. : A. M., 1S63. 1861-62, second lieutenant Sixteenth Regiment In 
diana Volunteer Infantry : 1862, first lieutenant ; 1862-65, captain and 
assistant adjutant general. 



XXII. CLASS OF 1861. 



193. J. W. Armstrong. 

S2 West Second Street, Indianapolis. 
B. S. 

194. Peter M. Bigney. deceased. 

B. S. : M. D. Born, 1S34, in Nova Scotia. Surgeon in the United 
States Army ; member of the Academy of Medicine, Cincinnati, and 
Ohio State Medical Association. Married, July 16, 1867, Miss Mary C. 
Olcott. Died, May 8, 1895, in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

195. Richard Sedgwick Druley. 

♦Lawyer, Richmond, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, 1834, in Wayne county, Indiana. 1S66-70, practiced law 
in Richmond. Indiana : city attorney of Richmond for two years ; 
1882-86, teacher in Putnam county. Indiana ; 1890. principal High 
school, Hartland. Kansas ; 1894, appointed district farmer of the Chey- 
enne and Arapahoe Indian agency ; present address : Darlington, Okla- 
homa. Married, February 14, 1866, Miss Susan A. Lee, of Greencastle, 
Indiana. 

196. John Garrison Dunbar. 

Farmer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1864 ; M. D.. 1866. Born, May 8. 1839, in Greenfield, 
Indiana. Brother of 168 and 244. Practiced medicine three years 
in Greenfield, Indiana ; 1862-65, private, first lieutenant, captain and 
major Seventy-ninth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry; 1S69-71, 
assistant assessor Internal Revenue ; 1871 — , farmer. Married, December 
1, 1S63, to Miss Julia Hammond, who died January 5, 1878. 

197. David Welborn Jones, deceased. 

A. B. ; B. D., 1864. Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, Illinois. 
Born, March 16. 1833, in Vigo county, Indiana. Member of the Sani- 
tary Commission for two years under the appointment of Governor 



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Morton ; deputy auditor of the State of Mississippi four years : at the 
time of his death assistant editor of the Southtoestern Christian 
Advocate, New Orleans. Married. 1872. Miss Mary L. Merrill. Died. 
August 10. 1878, in New Orleans, and buried at Greencastle, Indiana. 
Address of widow : Columbus. Mississippi. 

198. Edwin George McCollum, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Horn. August IS, 183G, in LaPorte county, Indiana. 
Deputy prosecuting attorney Thirty-second Judicial Circuit of Indiana ; 
member of LaPorte City Council : secretary of Board of LaPorte Water 
Works ; deputy surveyor of St. Joseph county : city engineer of Misha- 
waka. Married. December 23, 1862, Miss Fannie A. Ilurlbut. Died. May 
28, 1S84, in Mishawaka, Indiana. Address of widow : Mishawaka, In- 
diana. 

199. George W. Telle. 

Minister. Salem. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S64. Bom. July 12. 1831, in Philadelphia. Pa. Teacher, 
DePauw College. New Albany ; principal, Spencer Academy ; tutor, In- 
diana Asbury University: 1807-70. minister Indiana conference; 1879-82, 
pastor Mitchell Presbyterian church : 1S85-90, pastor Walnut IUdge Pres- 
byterian church. Married, September 11, 1872, Miss Martha E. Dickey. 

200. Frederick Schwartz Woodcock, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1804. Born. September 1. 1833. Litchfield. Connecticut. 
1802. entered Southeast Indiana conference ; 1875, transferred to South- 
ern California conference; 1894. superannuated on account of failing 
health. Married. July 27, 1S64, Miss Mary Frances Posey. Died, April 
28, 1897, at Monrovia, California. 



XXIII. CLASS OF 1862. 



201. Irvin Armstrong, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1805. Lawyer. Editor Democrat, Vevay, Indiana. Died. 
Vevay, November 23, 1SS4. 

202. Arthur Luther Evans, deceased. 

A. B. Born, February 23, 1S42. in Fayette county. Indiana. August, 
1862. enlisted in the I'nion Army; December. 1862, sick in hospital at 
Nashville ; sent home on furlough, and soon afterwards died. 

203. Samuel Godfrey. 

Minister, Lafayette, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M„ 1805 : LL. B.. 1801 ; D. D., 1871. Born. January 18. 1829. 
in Perry county, Pennsylvania. Entered the ministry in 1851 ; member 
of the North-west Indiana conference. 

204. Robert Arthur Hill, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born, in Hendricks county, Indiana, March 21. 1841. 
Brother of 205. Studied law at Evansville ; member of the Evansville 
bar. Unmarried. Died. April 5. 1S93. at Evansville. Jndiana. 

205. Matson Hill. 

Real Estate Dealer. 441 Home Insurance Building. Chicago, Illinois. 
B. S. Born, in Connersville. Indiana. September 0, 1843. Brother of 



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204. In 1862, removed from Greencastle to Indianapolis ; 18G8, removed 
from Indianapolis to Chicago. Married, February 20, 1872, to Miss Libbie 
Bradley, of New Albany, Indiana. 

206. John Nelson Holloway, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M„ 1S85. Teacher and Lawyer. Born, March 9, 1839, near 
Lafayette, Indiana. Principal of Wesley Academy ; I860, removed to 
Kansas ; 1867, published "History of Kansas ;" superintendent of public 
schools of Pana and Centralia, Illinois ; regular contributor to the Illi- 
nois Teachers' Journal; 1874. began the practice of law in Chester, Illi- 
nois ; 1876, removed to Danville, Illinois : 1881. removed to his farm 
near Lafayette, Indiana. Married, July 1, 1S62, Miss Henrietta Hall, at 
West Lebanon, Indiana. Died, April 19, 1887, near Lafayette. 

207. William Iseminger. 

Denison. Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1865. Attended lectures on medicine in University of 
Michigan. Born, in Westville, Indiana. Coroner of Crawford county 
eight years. United States pension surgeon ; member of U. S. Pension 
Examining Surgeons. Married, September 10. 1868, to Miss Nan J. 
Cavett, who died in 1893. 

208. Henry Godden Jackson. 

Minister, 57 Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S65 ; D. D.. 1877. Born, in Dearborn county, Indiana. 
1862-65, principal of Stoekwell Collegiate Institute ; 1866, pastor Ames 
Methodist Episcopal church. New Orleans ; assistant editor of New Or- 
leans Advocate; 1869-78. superintendent of missions in South America; 
1879-82, pastor Grand Avenue Methodist Episcopal church, Kansas City, 
Missouri ; 1882-84, pastor in Sedalia, Missouri ; 1884-85. president of 
Lewis College. Glasgow, Missouri ; 1885-90, pastor of Centenary Metho- 
dist Episcopal church, Chicago ; 1890-92. pastor Marshfleld Avenue 
church ; 1892, presiding elder of North Chicago District, Rock River con- 
ference. Author of "Himnos Evangelicos" — a collection of hymns in 
Spanish, used in the missions in South America : 1898 — , presiding elder 
Chicago district. Married, 1882, to Miss Alice Clark. 

209. George Sproson Jones, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 18S0 ; M. D., 1867, University of Michigan. Born. Decem- 
ber 23, 1841, in Covington, Indiana. 1880-85, United States examining 
surgeon for pensions ; 1878-85. member of school board ; 1885-87, county 
health officer ; 1888-89, grand master R. and S. Masters of Indiana ; 1889 
re-appointed examining surgeon. Married. December 29. 1870, to Miss 
Martha T. Wood. Died, August 26, 1897, at Covington, Indiana. 

210. Henry Hamilton Mathias. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M. Born, January 30, 1838, in Jackson, Louisiana. Father 
of 1301 and M-10. 1862-65, served in the Federal Army, member of the 
Sixth Indiana Cavalry ; 1867, admitted to the bar : professor of law, 
DePauw University. Married, November 3, 1868, to Miss Mary Hartley, of 
Greencastle, Indiana. 

211. Courtland Gushing Matson. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1865. Born, April 25, 1841, in Brookville, Indiana. 1861, 
second lieutenant Sixteenth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; 
1862-65, adjutant, lieutenant-colonel and colonel Sixth Regiment Indiana 
Volunteer Cavalry ; 1867-73, prosecuting attorney ; 1878. chairman Demo- 
cratic State Central Committee ; member of the Forty-seventh, Forty- 
eighth, Forty-ninth and Fiftieth congresses, from Fifth District of In- 



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diana ; 1SS8. Democratic candidate for governor of Indiana ; attorney for 
Indiana of the L., N. A. & C. Railroad Company. Married. December 12, 
1871, to Miss Mary Nelson Farrow, who died February 6, 1893. 

212. Thomas B. McManis, deceased. 

B. S. ; A. M., pro honore. 1877. Minister. Porn, August 16, 1837, in 
Boone county, Indiana. 1862-65, soldier in Company D, Twelfth Regi- 
ment Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; 1865-68, resided in Iowa : 1869-81, 
member North-west Indiana conference. Married. February 20, 1859, Miss 
Mary E. Sandifur. Died, January 21, 1S83, in Indianapolis. 

213. John A. Miller. 

Lawyer, Madison. Indiana. 
B. S. 

214. Benjamin Osborn. 

Farmer and Fruit Grower, Irvington, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S65. Born, October 29, 1835, in Butler county, Ohio. 
Married, November 30, 1865, Miss Mary Torr. 

215. William Henry Sherfy, deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Merchant. Born, September 15, 1840, in Perrys- 
ville, Indiana. Brother of 123. Major in United States signal service. 
Married, December 19, 1867. Miss Agnes Robinson. Killed, April 29, 
1877, by a falling wall at a fire in Greencastle, Indiana. 

216. Orlando Jay Smith. 

Editor and Publisher, 45 Park Place, New York. 

B. S. ; A. M., pro honore, 1876. Born. June 14, 1842. near Terre Haute, 
Indiana. 1861-62. sergeant "Asbury Guards," Sixteenth Indiana Volun- 
teers ; 1862-65, lieutenant, captain and major Sixth Regiment Indiana 
Volunteer Cavalry ; founder of Terre Haute Gazette and Terre Haute 
Mail; editor Terre Haute Express; editor Chicago Express; author of "A 
Short View of Great Questions," and "The Coming Democracy ;" president 
and founder of American Press Association. Married, March 28, 1881, 
Miss Evelyn V. Berry. 

217. Michael M. Stoltz. 

Minister, Salina, Kansas. 

B. S. : D. D., 1891, Kansas Wesleyan University. Born, April 30, 1836, 
in Newberry, Pennsylvania. 1862-72, pastor in Indiana: 1872-75, mis- 
sionary to Washington Island. Wisconsin ; 1875-76. assistant superin- 
tendent Western Seamen's Friend Society ; 1S76-78. pastor in Rolling 
Prairie, Indiana ; 1878-82, Wilson. Kansas ; 1882-85, Brookville, Kansas ; 
1885-86, Solomon City, Kansas; 1886-90, presiding elder Ellsworth dis- 
trict North-west Kansas conference. Member of the State Temperance 
Convention to secure prohibition ; one of the founders of the Kansas 
Wesleyan University ; first treasurer of its board of Trustees ; 1888-92, 
delegate to General conference ; 1S90, delegate to Ecumenical conference ; 
1892-95, dean of finances, Kansas Wesleyan University ; 1895-97, presid- 
ing elder of Norton district; 1897-1900. presiding elder of Salina district. 
North-west Kansas conference ; 1898-1900, president of Board of Trustees 
Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina. Kansas. Married, August, 1864, 
to Miss Eliza II. Coombs, of Lebanon, Indiana. 



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XXIV. CLASS OF 1863. 



218. William Marion Hoggatt, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1866. 1S66. prosecuting attorney ; practiced law at 
Boonville, Indiana until his death ; 1880, delegate National Republican 
Convention, Chicago. Died, July 4, 1S89. 

219. John N. Kerr, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born. December 1, 1839, near Aurora, Indiana. City 
attorney, Columbus, Indiana. Not married. Died, December 4, 1871, at 
Columbus, Indiana. 

220. John Clark Ridpath, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1866 ; LL. D., 1880, Syracuse University. Born, April 
26, 1840, in Putnam county, Indiana. 1862-64, Professor of Languages 
in Thorntown Academy ; 1864-66. principal of same : 1S66, professor- 
elect of Languages in Baker University, Kansas ; 1866-69, Superintendent 
of public schools, Lawrenceburg. Indiana ; 1869-71, professor of English 
Literature and Normal Instruction in the Indiana Asbury University ; 
1871-79, Professor of Belles Lettres and History in same; 1879, vice 
president of same ; 1882-85, vice president and professor of History and 
Political Philosophy in same ; 1897-98, editor The Arena Magazine, Bos- 
ton, Massachusetts. In authorship as follows : 1874-75, an "Academic 
History of the United States ;" 1876, a "Grammar School History of the 
United States ;" 1877, a "Popular History of the United States ;" 1879, 
an "Inductive Grammar of the English Language ;" 1881, a "Life and 
Work of Garfield ;" 1S80-85, a "Cyclopedia of Universal History*' (four 
vols.) ; 18S8, a "Life and Work of W. C. DePauw" (unpublished) ; 
1888-94, "Great Races of Mankind" (four vols.) ; 1892, "Christopher 
Columbus; the Epoch, the Man. and the Work" (unpublished); 1893. 
"Life and Work of James G. Blaine ;" 1893, "Columbus and Columbia ;" 
1894, "Famous Paintings of the World :" 1894-95, "Life and Memoirs of 
Bishop William Taylor ;" 1895, "Napoleon Bonaparte ;" 1879-95, Asso- 
ciate Editor of "People's Cyclopedia." Monographs as follows : "Alex- 
ander Hamilton" (1880): "Trial of Guitteau" (1882); "Epoch of Inte- 
gration" (1883) ; "History and Historical Study" (1885) ; "Beyond the 
Sierras" (1888) : "The True Evolution" (1889) ; "The Citizen Soldier" 
(1890) ; "The Man in History" (1892) ; "The Suppression of the Intel- 
lectual Life" (1892) ; Etc. ; "The Bond and the Dollar" (1896) ; "Notable 
Events of the Nineteenth Century" (1896) ; a series of Reform pamphlets 
(1897-98) ; "A Working University in the Home Reference Library" 
(1897-98) ; "Library of Universal Literature" (25 vols.) (1898) ; "James 
Otis: A Patriotic Character Study" (189S) ; "A Brief Chronological 
History of all Nations :" — a supplement to Webster's International Dic- 
tionary ; also many magazine articles, poems and lectures. Married, De- 
cember 21, 1862, Hannah R. Smythe. at Greencastle. Indiana. Died, July 
31, 1900, in New York City, and was buried at Greencastle, Indiana. 

221. Jason Lee Rippetoe. 

Teacher, Trenton, Missouri. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1866. Born, December 6. 1S39, in Vigo county, Indiana. 
1863-64 and 1866-67, principal of Danville Academy, Indiana : 1867-86, 
superintendent of public schools, Connersville. Indiana ; 1888-95, super- 
intendent of public schools. Trenton, Missouri. Married, September 26, 
1865, Miss Sarah Ellen Allen. 

222. Eli F. Ritter. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1866 ; LL. B., 1866, Indianapolis Law School. Born, 
1838, Hendricks county, Indiana. Captain Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; 



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August 12, 1882, commissioned colonel of First Veteran Regiment in the 
Indiana state militia. Married, July 13, 1865, Miss Narcie L. Lockwood. 

223. James H. Ruddell, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer, Indianapolis. Member of the Indiana legislature ; lieu- 
tenant in Indiana Volunteer Infantry. 

224. John Henry Sharp. 

Lawyer, Columbus, Ohio. 
B. S. : LL. B., 186S. University of Michigan. Born, June 1, 1840, in 
Groveport, Ohio. 1876, began the practice of Law in Columbus, Ohio. 

225. Edward Payne Thompson. 

Havana, Cuba. 
A. B. ; A. M. Born, June 15, 1841, at Salem, Indiana. Connected with 
the Union Army during the war ; 1865-85, assistant postmaster, Indian- 
apolis, Indiana ; 1880-S6, member of Board of school commissioners : 
1890-92. assistant postmaster, Indianapolis ; 1892-94, postmaster, In- 
dianapolis ; 1894-95, secretary of the Lombard Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, Indianapolis ; 1S95-99, secretary Board of Regents Soldiers' and 
Sailors' Monument ; 1899-1900, American postmaster of Havana, Cuba ; 
1900, paymaster H. E. Railroad Company. Married, May 23, 1886, to 
Miss Mary E. Williams, of Warsaw, Indiana. 

226. Martin Lemuel Wells. 

Minister, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1866 ; B. D., 1867, Garrett Biblical Institute. Evanston, 
Illinois. Born, in Jennings county. Indiana. Pastor in Southeast Indiana 
conference ; appointments : Franklin. Third Street and Seventh Street, 
Indianapolis ; Brookville. Rushville, first charge Greensburgh, Lawrence- 
burgh. Aurora, Trinity, Madison ; correspondent Indianapolis Journal and 
Cincinnati Gazette; chaplain of the One Hundred and Forty-firth Regi- 
ment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; 1890-91, chaplain of the Grand Army 
of the Republic, department of Indiana ; member of the American As- 
sociation for the Advancement of Science ; 1888, member of the Indiana 
Academy of Science : trustee of DePauw University. Married, 1869, to 
Miss Mattie Gent, who died, March 12, 1885. 

227. Thomas Bond Wood. 

Minister, 213 Plaza of the Inquisition, Lima, reru. 
A. B. ; also A. B., 1864, Weslevan University, Middletown, Connecticut ; 
A. M., 1866 ; also A. M., 1867. Wesleyan ; LL. D„ 1882, Indiana Asbury 
University. Born, March 17, 1844. in Lafayette, Indiana. 1S63, licensed 
to preach ; 1865, entered New England conference ; 1867, transferred to 
Northwest Indiana conference : 1893, to South America conference, as 
one of its founders ; 1898, to Western South America Mission conference, 
as one of its founders ; 1864-67, teacher of natural sciences and German 
in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass. : 1867-69, president Valparaiso 
College. Indiana : 1870-77. missionary in Argentina, stationed at Rosarlo, 
Santa Fe, working in English. Spanish, and German ; 1872, acting consul, 
and 1873-77, consul for Rosario and its dependencies; 1874-77, chairman 
board of examiners of city schools, Rosario : 1875. member of city govern- 
ment, securing suppression of bull-fights, reforms in schools, etc. ; 1875-77, 
refused presidency but was professor of Thysics and Astronomy in Rosario 
National College ; 1S76-77. chairman provincial school council of Rosario ; 
1877-81. missionary to Uruguay, at Montevideo: 1879-87, superintendent 
of all M. E. missions in South' America ; 1877-87, founder and editor of 
El Evangelisto, the first Spanish evangelical weekly in the world : 1881, 
wrote and published "Breris Tnfonnacionis", a brief handbook on Method- 
ism ; 1881, delegate to Methodist Ecumenical conference at London; 1882, 
sent to Mexico to study and compare that field with South America ; 



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1883, returned to South America, securing consent of Emperor to intro- 
duction of M. B. church work and schools (with bible study) in Brazil, 
in 1885 ; 18S6. led agitation which resulted in recognition of rights of 
Protestant marriages in Paraquay ; 1888-91 founded school in Colonia 
Valdense, Uruguay. — first Protestant school legalized to grant bachelor's 
degree south of the U. S. ; founded preacher's training school at Buenos 
Aires (now moved to Mercedes), Argentina; 1891 — , superintendent of 
M. E. Missions in northwestern parts of S. America ; 1893, helped found 
Callao High School, — general director of it and its affiliated primary 
schools; 1893. delegate to World's Congress of Missions at Chicago (three 
papers) ; 1893 — , special commissioner of Missionary Society to govern- 
ments and people of western South America to secure broader religious 
liberty ; 1898, imprisoned in Lima. Peru, for holding meetings ; 1899, 
founded commercial high school in Lima, —general director of same ; 1899, 
appointed by government of Eucador as special commissioner to found a 
system of national schools for that republic. Member of American As- 
sociation for Advancement of Science, and of Scientific Congress of Latin 
America. Married, July 23, 1867, Miss Ellen Dow, of Westfield, Mas- 
sachusetts. 



XXV. CLASS OF 1864. 



228. Walter H. Armstrong, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S67. Lawyer. Died, 1870, New Orleans. 

229. Enoch Cox. 

Railway Storekeeper, Fort Wayne. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1867. Born, December 4, 1842, in Carroll county, Indiana. 
Three years with engineer corps United States Army, in Department of 
the Cumberland; five years editor of the Delphi Journal; at present rail- 
way storekeeper for the Pennsylvania Company. Married, 1870, Miss 
Winnie Jones. 

230. George W. Griffin. 

Manufacturer, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1867. Born. January 28, 1840, in Knightstown. Indiana. 
1869-74, attorney in St. Louis ; 1875-83, in the United States mail service ; 
1884, engaged in the manufacture of casket hardware, with Cincinnati Cof- 
fin Company. Married, January 29, 1867, to Miss Flora Russell, of Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

231. Charles Roehl, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. Mi, 1867. Lawyer. Born, May 28, 1839. in Eberfield, Prussia. 
1865-67, superintendent of public schools, Connersville, Indiana ; 1880-84, 
Mayor of Connersville : 1884-89, City Attorney. Married, April 2, 1867, 
Miss Kate D. Chenoweth. Died, September 2, 1889. 



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XXVI. CLASS OF 1865. 



232. Amos Wesley Ballard, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M. } 1868. Minister and Teacher. Born, December 24. 1832, 
near I'lainfleld. Indiana. Married, December 28, 1856, Miss Sabrah 
Iloadley, at I'lainfleld. Died, January 14, 1869, at Plaintield, Indiana. 

233. Edwin I. Farnsworth. 

Civil Engineer, Kansas City, Missouri. 

B. S. Born. November 14. 1840, Liberty. Indiana. 1865-66, assistant 
city engineer, Leavenworth, Kansas ; 1866, deputy United States Surveyor 
of government lands in Kansas and Nebraska ; 1866-60, city engineer of 
Leavenworth, Kansas ; 1869-70, civil engineer and bridge contractor ; 
1870, chief engineer of King Bridge Company of Topeka, Kansas ; 1873-78, 
chief engineer and president of Missouri Valley Bridge Company, Leaven- 
worth ; 1878-91, chief engineer Kansas City Bridge and Iron Company ; 
1891-98, civil engineer and bridge contractor ; 189S, retired. Married, 
December 23, 1874. to Martha J. Park, of Leavenworth, Kansas. Resid- 
ence, 1328 Broadway, Kansas City, Missouri. 

234. William Ferdinand Gillmore. 

Minister. Winchester, Illinois. 
A. B. : A. M., 1868 ; Ph. D.. 1880, Chaddock College, Quincy, Illinois ; 
D. D., 1889. Allegheny College. Born, January 20, 1843. in Alleghany 
City. Pennsylvania. 1865-67, principal High School, Monticello, Illinois; 

1868. professor of mathematics and natural science, Rockport, Indiana ; 

1869, pastor. Pine River, Wisconsin: 1870, entered Illinois conference; 
1870-71. pastor in Tolono ; 1872, Perrv ; 1873-74, Pittsfleld ; 1875-76, 
Danville ; 1877, Rantoul : 1878. Gibson City : 1879-80. Beardstown : 
1881-82, Harristown ; 1S83-85. Hillsboro ; 1886-91. Farmer City; 1892-96, 
Shelbyville : 1896-99. Decatur ; 1900, Winchester. Married, March 3, 
1867, Miss Edna Kiser. 

235. David Gilbert Hamilton. 

100 Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
A P.. ; A. M., 1868 ; LL. B., 1867, Douglas University. Chicago. Born, 
January 10. 1842, in Chicago ; residence. No. 2029 Michigan Avenue. 
President of the National Railway Company of Illinois ; director of the 
Union Mutual Life Insurance Company of Maine ; trustee of the Univer- 
sity of Chicago ; trustee of DePauw University ; manager of the Utica 
Cement Manufacturing Company ; president Chicago City Railway Com- 
pany. Married, December 6, 1870, to Miss Mary Jane Kendall. 

236. Mark W. Ingle. 

Mercantile Agent. Corner 21st and Wallace Streets. Philadelphia. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 186S. Born. May 22, 1842. in Inglefleld. Indiana. Rail- 
way station agent in Oreencastle ; coal and salt dealer. Indianapolis ; 
mirror manufacturer. Cincinnati : inventor. Pittsburg ; mercantile agent, 
Philadelphia. Married, February 11, 1874, Miss Grace L. Barr. 

237. Lafayette Joseph. 

Lawyer, Louisville. Kentucky. 
A. P..: A. M.. 1868; LL. B.. Louisville Law School. Born, May 4. 1842, 
in Napoleon. Kentucky. 1872-74. prosecuting attorney. Louisville ; 
1879-84, president Board of Councilmen, Louisville. Married, December 
23. 1873, Miss Julia Heinsheimer. 



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238. J. Burdette Myers, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1868. Teacher. Born at Stanford, Lincoln county, Ken- 
tucky, in 1830. Married Miss Holton, Flemingsburg, Kentucky, in 1870. 
Died, Stanford, 1S80, leaving widow and two daughters. 

239. John Poucher. 

Minister and Teacher, Greensburg, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1868 ; B. D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1867 ; D. D., 
same, 1887. Born, 1843, in England. 1865-67, instructor in Northwest- 
ern University, Evanston, Illinois : 1866. elected professor. Baker 
University, Kansas ; 1S67, member of Indiana conference : 1877-81, secre- 
tary of the Indiana conference ; 1867-80, a pastor ; 1880-S4, presiding 
elder Indianapolis District : 18S2-88, trustee of DePauw University ; 
1882-98, member of the Executive Committee of the Joint Board ; 1882-94, 
secretary of the same ; 1884, delegate to General conference ; 1884-86, 
pastor Centenary Church, New Albany ; 1886-98, professor in school of 
theology, DePauw University : 1886-87, treasurer of the Faculty ; 1889, 
pastor of Trinity Church, New Albany, Indiana ; 1894-98, Treasurer of 
DePauw University ; 189S-1900, pastor, Lawrenceburg, Indiana ; 1899, 
trustee of DePauw University ; 1900 — , pastor. First Church, Greensburg, 
Indiana. Father of 1074, 1139, 1243. 1559 and 1669. Married, September 
17, to Miss Annie M. Cross, who died March 31, 1897. 

240. Rufus Haymond Wilkinson. 

Minister, 828 Emerson Street, Evanston, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1868 ; B. D., 1867, Garrett Bibical Institute ; D. D., 1890, 
DePauw University. Born, February 15, 1837, in Brookville. Indiana. 
1S64, principal West Lebanon Academy ; 1865, principal Wabash High 
school ; 1866-67, teacher preparatory department, Northwestern Univer- 
sity, Evanston. Illinois : 1869-70. principal of Rock River conference 
Seminary, Mt. Morris, Illinois; 1867, entered Rock River conference; 1861, 
enlisted in the Union army, was a member of Lew Wallace's Eleventh 
Indiana Zouave Regiment, which saw service in Eastern Virginia, at 
Romney, Winchester and Harper's Ferry. Married, August, 1864. Miss 
Mattie C. Wilson, Indianapolis, Indiana, who died February 27. 1S67 ; 
married, September 27, 1868, Miss Adelia Quackenbush, St. Charles, 
Illinois. 

241. William Oran Wyant, deceased. 

A. B. Minister. Born. September 10, 1837, in Tuscarawas county, 
Ohio. Professor Mathematics. Thorntown (Indiana) Academy, and after- 
ward principal of the same ; 1865, entered Northwest Indiana conference, 
and appointed to Delphi, Indiana ; a specialist in Oriental languages. 
Married, June 21, 1863, to Miss Sophronia Lee. Died, January 26, 1867, 
in Delphi. 



XXVII. CLASS OF 1866. 



242. Olin Robert Brouse. 

Lawyer and Editor, Rockford, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1869 ; LL. B., 1868. Indianapolis Law School. Born, 
August 20, 1843, in New Albany. 1862, private in Fifty-fourth Regiment 
Indiana Volunteer Infantry : 1864, private in One Hundred and Thirty- 
second Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; 1S68-79, attornev-at-law 
in Chicago : 1878 — , editor Golden Censer, Rockford. Illinois ; 1882-83, 
president Illinois State Sunday School Association ; 1889, delegate to the 



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World's Sunday School convention, London : 1807 — . David C. Cook Pub- 
lishing Company, (Chicago). Married, January 29, 1891, to Miss Lillian 
Armil Utter. 

243. Robert E. Curran. 

Physician and Editor, Los Angeles, California. 

A. B. : A. M., 1869 ; M. D., 1873. University of Louisville, Kentucky. 
Porn. March 8. 1845, at Jeffersonville. Indiana. Practiced medicine in 
Jeffersonville and Charlestown, Indiana. Married, 1866, Miss Pauline 
Garner. 

244. Thomas B. Downs, deceased. 

B. S. Dentist and Lawyer. Married, 1SG9, Miss Phila Sunderland. 
Died, April 25, 1874, in Burlingtown, Iowa. 

245. Hamilton Jennings Dunbar, deceased. 

A B. ; A. M., 1809. Lawyer. Born, September 13, 1846, in Greenfield, 
Indiana. Brother of 168 and 196. Married. April 1, 1868. Miss Florence 
Jones. Died, September 5, 1S76. Address of widow ; Greencastle. 

246. Daniel W. English. 

Minister. Mattoon, Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1869. D. D.. 1S96. Chaddock College. Born, November 
22, 1837, in Marshall, Illinois. 1S66-94. minister in the Illinois confer- 
ence ; 1884-S7, presiding elder of the Bloomington District : 1894, presid- 
ing elder of Quincv District ; pastor, at Mattoon. Married, January 1, 
1867, Miss Winnie F. Minear. 

247. William Johnston. 

Lawyer, Valanaraiso, Indiana. 

B. S. 

248. John Deming Reed. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, 1841, on Wea Plains, Tippecanoe county. Indiana. 1S68, 
admitted to the bar in the State of Missouri ; 1870, county attorney in 
and for York county. Nebraska ; 1872, abstractor of titles, Greencastle, 
Indiana; 1886, proprietor of the Sherman Center News, Sherman Center, 
Kansas ; 1887, attornev for Julesburg Bank, Julesburg, Colorado. Married, 
May 26, 1868, to Miss Elizabeth A. Tennant. 

249. Henry W. Shirley. 

Physician. Shoals, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, Mav 15. 1S42. in Orange county, Indiana. Married May 
17, 1870, Miss Emma McKnight. 

250. Salem B. Town. 

Thysician and Minister. Greencastle. Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1869; M. D., 1868. Chicago Medical College. North- 
western University : M. D., 1871, Bellevue Hospital Medical College. New 
York City ; S. T. D., 1891, DePauw University. Born, 1847, Indiana. 
1S68. teacher of Mathematics. Hamline University, Minnesota ; 1871-75, 
physician and druggist, Frankfort. Indiana ; 1875, entered the ministry 
of the M. E. Church in Northwest Indiana conference ; stationed, 1875, 
Argos ; 1876-79, Dayton and Rossville ; 1880-82, First Church, South 
Bend ; 1883-84. First Church. Crawfordsville : 1885-89. Centenary. Terre 
Haute; 1890-93. College Avenue. Greencastle: 1894-96. First Church 
South Bend ; 1S97, presiding elder, Greencastle district ; member of 



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General conferences of 1892 and 1900. Married. 1871, Miss Laura T. 
Lockwood. 

251. Henry Clay Waltz, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1869. Minister. Born. June 6. 1843, in Germantown, 
Indiana. 1866-68, visited Europe ; 1868-69, lectured in the principal 
cities of Indiana; 1869, entered the North Indiana conference; 1871, 
transferred to Colorado conference ; 1871-72, Cheyenne and Laramie , 
1872-74, Golden, Colorado : 1874-75, Pueblo. Married, September 22, 
1870, Miss Helen F. Carrott. Died, May 11, 1877, in Quincy, Illinois. 



XXVIII. CLASS OF 1867. 



252. James Finley Allan, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Died, March 15, 1876, in Sullivan, Indiana. 

253. William Franklin Bartholomew. 

Minister, Dunlap, Iowa. 
B. S. Born. August 11, 1845, in Danville. Indiana. 1869, entered the 
Northwest Indiana conference ; 1872, transferred to Des Moines confer- 
ence ; 1872-95, pastor in the Des Moines conference. Married, April 9, 
1872, to Miss Lizzie B. Stephens, of Varparaiso, Indiana. 

254. John Wesley Beasley, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1870. Lawyer. Born, May 22, 1845. in Indiana. Mar- 
ried. November 20. 1877, to Miss Kate McGinley. Died, September 11, 
1888, at Huronia Beach, Michigan, and buried in Spring Vale Cemetery, 
Lafayette, Indiana. 

255. James Henderson Crichton. 

Lawyer, Chetopa, Kansas. 

B. S. Member of Kansas Senate and House of Representatives ; re- 
gent State Normal school. 

256. Leander Mead Crist. 

Lawyer and Teacher, Thorntown. Indiana. 
B. S. Born, October 23. 1837. in Liberty, Indiana. 1867-70, teacher ; 
1870-75, attorney-at-law ; 1S75-81, superintendent of public schools, 
Union county, Indiana ; from this date in the reform battle against the 
liquor traffic ; Prohibition candidate for Representative from Boone 
county, in 1886 ; for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, in 1890 ; 
delegate to the National Convention, at Indianapolis, in 1888 ; delegate 
to National Convention, in Cincinnati, in 1S92 ; candidate for member 
of Congress from Ninth Indiana District in 1894 ; delegate to National 
Convention, at Pittsburg. Pa., and candidate for governor, in 1896 ; 
State Chairman of Prohibition party in 1897-98 ; 1899, publishing "The 
Twentieth Century," Thorntown. Indiana. Married, October 23, 1871, 
to Miss Eunice M. Brown, of Liberty, Indiana, who died Februarv 25, 
1873 ; married, June 12, 1880, to Miss Orpha G. Gath, of Oxford, Ohio. 

257. John Wesley Culley. 

Thysician. 959 Third Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1S70 : M. D.. University of Michigan. 1873. Married, 
1867, Miss Lizzie Kimble. 



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258. Samuel Reed Downey, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1870. Lawyer. Born, May 26, 1847. in Rising Sun, 
Indiana. Brother of 333. 484, 639. 1884-87. Editor "Indiana Statutes at 
Large." Married, January 24. 1871. Miss Henrietta B. Ashford. Died, 
February 3, 1893, at Rising Sun. Indiana. 

259. Ralph Shaw Gregory. 

Lawyer, Muncie, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, February 28, 1843, in Delaware county, Indiana. Mar- 
ried, July 5, 1880, to Miss Anna C. Madden. 

260. Oliver Stout Hawkins, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1870. Lawyer, Born. 1846. in Indiana. Died, 1873, 
at Baxter Springs, Kansas. 

261. Samuel Reese Hiett, deceased. 

B. S. ; LL. B., 1869, Indianapolis Law School. Born. January 4. 1843. 
at Sugar Grove. Indiana ; 1860-71, attorney-at-law. Lafayette. Married, 
December 23, 1870. to Miss Mary E. Heath. Died. March 31. 1872, in 
Lafayette, and buried in Spring Vale cemetery. 

262. Ferdinand Cowle Iglehart. 

Minister, Newburg-on-the-IIudson, New York. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1870; D. D., 1888. DePauw University. Born. December 
8. 1845, in Warrick county. Indiana. 1870. entered the Indiana confer- 
ence ; pastor in Sullivan, New Harmony, New Albany, Salem, Greeucastle 
and Evansville ; 1882. transferred to Illinois conference, and stationed 
at First Methodist Episcopal church. Bloomington. Illinois; 1884, trans- 
ferred to Genesee conference, and stationed at Delaware Avenue church, 
in Buffalo, New York ; 1887, transferred to Newark conference, and sta- 
tioned at Central church, Newark : 1891, transferred to New York con- 
ference and stationed at Park Avenue church. New York ; now at New- 
burg-on-the-Hudson. Married, October 14, 1869, to Miss Nannie D. Stewart. 

263. John Overmyer. 

Lawyer, North Vernon, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1870. Born, November 18, 1844. in Ohio, 1868, 1876 
and 1878, member of the Indiana State legislature ; 1877. speaker of the 
House, Indiana legislature ; 1882-84. chairman Indiana Republican State 
Central Committee ; 1S83 — . president Jennings county bank ; 1888, dele- 
gate to Republican National Convention at Chicago : 1892, president of 
First National Rank of North Vernon. Indiana ; 1894. member Indiana 
Democratic State Executive Committee ; 1896, delegate to Democratic 
National Convention at Chicago, and member of the committee on 
Organization ; 1898, member of the Advisory Committee of the Indiana 
Democratic State Central Committee. Married, October 30. 1870, to Miss 
Mary F. Sherfy, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

264. George Washington Maley Pittman, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1870. Born. September 11. 1847. in Middletown. Ohio, 
rrofessor of natural science and mathematics one year in Danville 
Academy; 1874-81, attorney-at-law. Champaign City, Illinois; 1881, re- 
moved to Minneapolis ; 1882-83, city attorney of Minneapolis ; practiced 
law in Minneapolis until his death. Married. September 4. 1870, Miss 
Ida May Lockwood. Died, February 27, 1892, in Minneapolis. Minn. 

265. Johnson Pittman, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1870. Born. 1841. in Preble county. Ohio. A cousin of 
264. 1S67-6S. principal of the public schools. Vincennes ; 1868, moved 



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to Monticello, Illinois, and began the practice of law. Died, August 1, 
1870, near Mahomet, Illinois. 

266. Gillum Ridpath, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S70. Teacher. Born. August 7, 1842, in Putnam county, 
Indiana. A brother of 220. 1S67-(J8, superintendent Greencastle city 
schools ; 1868-69, principal of the High school, Anderson : 1869-70, prin- 
cipal of the High school, Martinsville ; 1S70-71. superintendent public 
schools of Zionsville ; 1877-78, professor of mathematics Tullahoma 
(Tennessee) Collegiate Institute: 1S78-79, principal of the schools at 
Scottsburg ; 1879, author of a "History of Putnam county, Indiana ;" 
1880-81, professor of science. Jennings Seminary. Aurora. Married, 
November 11, 1877, Miss Elizabeth Lupher. Died, November 4, 1881, in 
Aurora, Illinois, and was buried at Forest Hill Cemetery, Greencastle. 
Address of widow : Tullahoma, Tennessee. 

267. Charles W. Smith. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S70. Married, October 12, 1869, Miss Mary E. Preston 

268. Alpheus F. Smith. 

Farmer and Stock Raiser, Bradshaw, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, June 6, 1848. Brother of 267, and father of 1365. Mar- 
ried, September 12, 1871, Miss Ella Hardin. 

269. Richard Stacus Tennant. 

Lawyer. Terre Haute. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S70. Born, 1844, in Greencastle. First lieutenant in 
Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; prosecuting attorney : 1878, traveled in 
Europe. Married, January 1, 1874, Miss Sarah A. Donnohue, who died 
July 29, 1899. 

270. John Keithley Waltz, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1870. Teacher, Marion, Indiana. Born, February 24, 
1840, in Greenville, Indiana. Brother 271 and 320. 1S67-68. principal 
preparatory department Moore's Hill College ; 1868-69, superintendent 
public schools of Attica, Indiana ; 1869-70, supervising principal In- 
dianapolis public schools ; 1S70-74, superintendent public schools of Elk- 
hart : 1S74-S6, superintendent at Logansport : 1886-S7, pastor. Dublin 
Charge ; 1887, superintendent public schools at Marion. Indiana. Mar- 
ried, November, 1867, Miss Fannie Dunn. Died, March 23, 1890. 

271. James Henry Waltz, deceased. 

P.. S. : M. D., 1S69, Bellevue Hospital College, New York. Physician. 
Born, January 5, 1843, in Greenville, Indiana. A brother of 270 and 
320. 1870-76, practiced medicine in Terre Haute. Married, November, 
1869, Miss Carrie Black. Died, October 2, 1876, and buried in Forest Hill 
Cemetery, Greencastle. 

272. Grada Clay Waynick. 

Minister, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1870. Born, 1S44, in Putnamville, Indiana. 1868, 
studied law and admitted to the bar ; 1870. entered the Des Moines con- 
ference of the M. E. Church, and stationed at Sidney, Shenandoah. Deni- 
son, Malvern, Stuart, Allerton. Fremont City. Afton and Woodbine ; 1891, 
missionarv to Utah, and stationed in Salt Lake City. Married, April 12, 
1868, Miss M. A. Kimble. 



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273. Ared Frazier White. 

Lawyer, Rockville, Indiana. 
B. S. Born in Rockville. Parke county, Indiana. 1875-77, prosecuting 
attorney Twenty-second Judicial Circuit of Indiana; 1880, presidential 
elector on Republican ticket : president Rockville school board eight 
years ; 18SG, elected judge Forty-seventh Judicial Circuit of Indiana for 
term of six years : re-elected twice since, for terms six years each ; has 
served fourteen years on the bench. Married, October 21, 1869, to Miss 
Sarah C. Strauss. 

274. William Andrew Wilkins. 

Journalist, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1870. Born. November 13, 1840. in Frinceton, Indiana. 
1S68, studied law in New Albany, and was for a short time on the Com- 
mercial; 1SG9. moved to Cincinnati, and thence to Trenton, Tennessee ; 
1869-71. deputy clerk and master of the Gibson county Chancery Court ; 
1871. returned to Cincinnati, and went on the staff of the Chronicle, 
and later on the Times-Chronicle, and until 1879 was city editor, dramatic 
critic, and for a time managing editor of tbat paper : 1888, manager of 
Springfield. Ohio. Democrat; 1882. city editor Cincinnati News. Since 
18S5, resident of Indianapolis, engaged in newspaper work and as a 
member of the State Fee and Salary Commission. Married. November 30, 
1876, to Miss Annie J. I'armalee. 



XXIX. CLASS OF 1868. 



275. William Francis Black. 

Minister and Teacher, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, December 15, 1840, in Moorfield. Kentucky. 
President of Butler University : nine years a trustee of Butler University ; 
Pastor of Central Christian church, Chicago. Married, 1860, to Miss 
Lizzie L. Webster. 

276. Charles Gideon Bowman. 

Correspondent, St. Louis, Missouri. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1871. Born. June 9, 1848, in Berwick, Pennsylvania. 
1873, removed from Greeneastle to St. Louis. Married, May 22, 1S74, to 
Miss Florence H. Warren, who died July 21, 1893. 

277. James Milton Davis. 

Lawyer, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, September 11, 1844, in Orchard Grove, In- 
diana. 1866-67. professor of Greek and mathematics in Valparaiso Col- 
lege : 1868-69, tutor in the Indiana Asbury University ; 1872-84, justice 
of the peace in Kalamazoo county, Michigan ; 1876. commissioner of 
Kalamazoo county ; 1883. United States commissioner for the Western 
District of Michigan : 1889, Judge of the Probate Court for Kalamazoo 
county, Michigan : 1899-1900. member of the House of Representatives 
of the Michigan State Legislature, from Second District of Kalamazoo 
county, and member of the Advisory Council of the Republican State 
League of Michigan. Married, March 22, 1867, to Miss Estella Eldred, 
of Climax, Michigan. 



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278. Francis M. Dice. 

Lawyer, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, August 27, 1845, in Fountain county, In- 
diana. 1869, began the practice of law at Covington, Indiana; 1876-79, 
member of the Indiana Senate from the counties of Fountain and War- 
ren • 1880-84, reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court of Indiana. 
Married, December 28, 1871, to Miss Mary Frances Thompson. 

279. James Finley Elliott. 

Lawyer, Kokomo, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, May 6, 1840, in Preble county, Ohio. Four years prose- 
cuting attorney. Married. December 22, 1870, to Miss Sarah A. Canarroe. 

280. Bourbon Reese Graham, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, October 15, 1845, in New Albany, Indiana. 
M. D., 1869, University of Louisville ; M. D., 1873, ad cundem, Bellevue 
Medical College. New York ; in 1881 and 1889, postgraduate work at Rush 
Medical College, Chicago : United States pension examining surgeon. 
Married. November 25, 1875, to Miss Clara B. Loveland. Died, July 3, 
1899, at Peru A Indiana. 

281. Thomas Hanna, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, August 24, 1841, in Lawrence county, In- 
diana. TS75-77, city attorney of Greencastle ; 1881-85, lieutenant-gover- 
nor of Indiana : 1883, attorney-at-law, Indianapolis ; 1891-93, special 
assistant attorney in the department of justice, 'Washington, D. C. ; 
1893, attorney-at-law, Indianapolis. Married, April 27, 1869, to Miss 
Emma Staley Hollis. Died, April 15, 1901, at Indianapolis, and was 
buried at Greencastle, Indiana. 

282. Levi Mitchell Hanna. 

Physician, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born. February 3. 1843, in Lawrence county, 
Indiana. M. D., Miami Medical College. Cincinnati, Ohio. Brother of 
281. Secretary of the Board of Health of Greencastle for five years ; 
United States pension examining surgeon ; 1888, member of City Council. 
Married. March 23. 1882, to Miss Ella C. Ellis, deceased ; married, Janu- 
ary 7, 1S97, to Miss Missouri Weik. of Greencastle. 

283. John Eugene Iglehart. 

Lawyer, Evansville, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, August 10, 1848. in Warrick county, Indiana. 
Brother of 262 and father of 1361. Married, November 4, 1874, to Miss 
Lockie Holt. 

284. John Inn. 

Minister and Farmer, Thompsonville, Franklin County, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Missionary to China ; professor in Hirosaki, Japan. 
Married to Miss Hawley. 

285. Simpson Farrow Lockridge. 

Farmer and Stock Raiser, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1871. Born, January 23. 1846. in Putnam county. In- 
diana. Secretary for eight years of the American Association of B. S. H. 
of United States and Province of Canada : member of Indiana Senate, 
Fifty-second and Fifty-third General Assemblies. 



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286. James Jones Mclntire. 

Teacher and Lawyer. Osceola, Iowa. 

A. B. ; A. M. Born, September 14. 1844. in Livonia. Indiana. 1S6S-69, 
teacher in Brownstown. Indiana ; 1869-78. principal of schools in Browns- 
town, Indiana. Loogootee, Indiana. Lineville. Iowa, Leavenworth. Indiana ; 
1878, attorney-at-law in Osceola, Iowa : 1881 — . attorney for Des Moines, 
Osceola & Southern Railway ; city solicitor of Osceola City, Iowa ; member 
of the law firm of Mclntire Brothers, attorneys for the Chicago, Burlington 
& Quincy Railway Company ; Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the 
I. O. O. F. in the State of Iowa, for the year 1899-1900. Married, Sep- 
tember 10, 1873, to Miss Anna Wood. 

287. Clark Councilman Mclntire. 

Lawyer. Ottumwa, Iowa. 

B. S. Born, September 22, 1846, in Rising Sun, Indiana. A brother 
of 286. 1871, moved to Osceola, Iowa ; attorney for Des Moines. Osceola 
& Southern Railway ; county attorney for Clarke county. Iowa : member 
of the law firm of Mclntire Brothers, attorneys for the Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Railway Company. Married, May 5, 1875, to Miss 
Ilattie A. Chickering. 

288. John Robert Miller. 

Lawyer, Greeneast.'e. Indiana. 
B. S. ; A. M.. 1S94. Born, February 27. 1845, in Greencastle. Indiana. 
Member of Company F, One hundred and twenty-third Regiment Indiana 
Volunteer Infantry' three years' service ; 1872-80, justice of the peace ; 
1880-84, mayor of the City of Greencastle; 1889-98, member of the com- 
mon council of Greencastle. Married, December 3, 1874, Miss Sophia J. 
Matkin, who died November 8, 18S1 ; married, May 31, 1883, Mrs. Mary 
Francis Donnohue McClain. 

289. Caleb Anderson Obenshain. 

Minister and Evangelist. Morgantown, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, May 24, 1S45. Morgantown, Indiana. 1S68, 
superintendent of public schools, Princeton, Indiana ; 1868-80, member of 
the Illinois conference ; 1880 — , "Pilgrim Evangelist." 

290. Newton Richey. 

Physician, Iroquois, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S71 ; M. D., 1875. 

291. William Edwin Robbins. 

Minister, Poona. India. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1871. Born. March 8, 1S45, near Paoli. Indiana. 1S61-64, 
served in the Union army ; 1868-70, taught in Iowa and California ; 1870. 
pastor Bloomington circuit, Indiana conference : 1871, pastor Evansville 
circuit ; 1872 — -, missionary to India ; appointments : Bombay. Xagpoor, 
Poona, Lucknow. Igotpuri ; secretary of the South India and Bombay 
conferences : author of "Handbook of India" and "To Sunrise and Back ;" 
translated into Marathi. Catechism. Discipline. "Outlines of Christian 
Evidences." etc. ; acting editor of Banner of Asia. Married, March 1, 
1876, to Miss Alice Ellen Miles, of Bombay, India. 

292. John Wesley Robe. 

Farmer and Stock-Raiser, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Studied law at Effingham. Illinois: 1869. princi- 
pal of the State Line Academy ; secretary of the State Wool Growers' 
Association ; vice-president and secretary of the State Short-horn Breed- 
ers' Association ; president of Putnam county Farmers' Institute ; president 



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of Putnam County Wool Growers' Association ; director First National 
Bank, of Greencastle. Married, October 5, 1870, to Miss Mary M. Steven 
son, of Greencastle, Indiana. 

293. Charles Thomas Shipps. 

Merchant and Postmaster, Zeandale, Kansas. 
B. S. Born, January 18, 1845, in Fountain county, Indiana. 1868-69, 
superintendent of schools, Noblesville, Ind. ; 1869-71, superintendent of 
schools, Arcadia, Ind. ; 1872-74, superintendent of Public Instruction for 
Pottawatomie county, Kansas ; 1876-77, principal schools, St. George, 
Kansas ; 1877-S8, merchant, St. George, Kansas ; 1888 — , merchant and 
postmaster, Zeandale, Kansas. Married. July 5, 1868, to Miss Lydia J. 
Klingle, of Antioch, Indiana. 

294. Weller B. Smith. 

♦Lawyer, Indianapolis. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, in Reiley, Ohio, 1872-73, member of the 
Indiana legislature. Married, June 25, 1868, Miss Theresa H. Voss. 

295. Wilson Shannon Swengel. 

Lawyer, Columbus, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1871. Born, in Circleville, Ohio. 1870-72. district at- 
torney for counties Bartholomew, Jackson, Jennings, and Lawrence ; 
1872-74, superintendent of schools for Jackson county ; 1877-79. prose- 
cuting attorney for counties of Bartholomew and Brown ; 1885-89, city 
attorney of Columbus, Indiana ; again elected for term of 1898-1902. 
Married, October 27, 1870, to Miss Sallie E. Hutchings. 

296. John C. Tyler. 

Minister Toronto, Kansas. 

B. S. ; Born, June 13, 1842, Greenfield, Highland county, Ohio. 1868-73, 
taught school ; 1873, entered N. W. Indiana conference ; appointments : 
Knox. O., Mission, Whitestown, Lebanon circuit. Stone Bluff : 1879, re- 
moved to Western Kansas and engaged in missionary work ; 1883. Mount 
Hope ; 1884, Mulvane ; 1885-86, missionary work in Harper and Barbour 
counties ; 1886 — , superintendent farm work ; 1895-96, pastor Keighly 
and Logan Center, Kansas ; 1896-1900, resided at Eldorado, Kansas, with 
children at school ; 1900 — , Toronto, in S. S. work and preaching, and 
superintending farm work. Married. August 18, 1875, to Catherine M. 
Votaw, of Wabash Indiana, deceased ; married, March 30, 1885, E. M. 
Prescott of Mulvane, Kansas. 

297. Wilbur Fisk Walker. 

Minister, Tientsin, China. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1871 ; D. D., 1889, DePauw Universtiy. Born, October 
23, 1846, in Pendleton, Indiana. 1869-73, pastor in North Indiana con- 
ference ; 1873-83, missionary in China ; 1S83-85, in United States ; 
1885-90, presiding elder in China ; 1892-94, in the United States ; 1894 — , 
presiding elder Peking District. North China conference ; 1898-1900, in 
United States ; 1900 — . returned to China just in time to go through the 
siege of Pekin ; at present, address is Tientsin, China ; 1877, one of a 
committee of two for translation of Discipline of M. E. Church into the 
Mandarin dialect ; 1890, member of General Missionary conference held 
in Shanghai ; 1897, chairman of committee for revision of Discipline of 
M. E. Church in the Mandarin dialect. Married, April 21, 1869, to Miss 
Mary F. Morrison, of Greencastle. Indiana. 

298. John Frazier Westerfield. 

Lawyer, 1217 Polk Street. Topeka, Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M„ 1871 ; LL. B., 1872. 



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299. Orlando Hurd Wilklow, deceased. 

A. B. Lawyer. Born, July 29, 1845. in Mishawaka, Indiana. 1868. ad- 
mitted to the bar. Married. May 28. 1868, Miss Rebecca E, Grimes. 
Died. April 4, 1S70. in Mishawaka. Indiana. 



XXX. CLASS OF 1869. 



300. Henry Clay Allen. 

Lawyer. 1408 Central Avenue, Indianapolis. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1872. Born. July 15, 1844, near Greencastle. Indiana. 
Brother of 90 and 301, uncle of 1003. 1874-75, county attorney, Neosha 
county, Kansas ; removed to Indianapolis, where remained in general 
practice of law ; fourteen years attorney for Indianapolis Street Rail- 
way Company ; 180(3 — , judge of Marion Circuit Court. Married, De- 
cember 2, 1870, Miss Alice Smock. 

301. Robert Newton Allen. 

Banker and Broker, Chanute, Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1872. Born. November 26. 1846. in Putnam county, 
Indiana. A brother of 00 and 300. 1S70-73. city clerk and treasurer 
of Chanute, Kansas ; 1876, county attorney of Neosho county, Kansas ; 
1882, mayor of Chanute: 1885-80, State senator. 11th district: 1885-S6, 
president of Kansas, Oklahoma & Texas Ry. Co.. : 188S, delegate to 
General conference of M. E. Church at New York ; 1S87, to present, mem 
ber of Board of Trustee of Baker University, and three years president 
of Board ; 189S, chairman Republican Congressional Committee, 3rd Dis- 
trict. Kansas ; 1900, delegate to Republican National Convention, at 
Philadelphia ; 1887, organized the First National Bank of Chanute, Kan- 
sas, and has been president to the present time. 

302. Samuel Day Ayers. 

Berkeley, California 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1872. Born. December 14, 1846. in Frankfort. Indiana. 
Married, August 31, 1S76, Miss Abbie F. Caswell, of Parkersburg. West 
Virginia. 

303. Tolbert Bartl, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1872. Born. November 18. 1843. in Orange county, 
Indiana. 1869-72, superintendent of schools and principal of Washing- 
ton High school. Indiana : twice Republican nominee for legislature : 
1890. census enumerator for first district of Indiana. E>ied. October 9, 
1899, in Alfordsville, Indiana. 

304. Melville Wesley Bruner. 

Lawyer. Crawfordsville. Indiana. 

B. S. Born, March 10. 1844. in Brownsville. Indiana. 1S70. began the 
study of law ; 1871, began the practice of law : Married. April 9, 1S7S. 
Miss Maggie Purviauce. (See 545.) 

305. Abner McDonald Bryant. 

♦Teacher and Minister. Falls City. Oregon. 
B. S. Born, March 1, 1S38. in Ohio county, Kentucky. Two years princi- 
pal Ft. Branch. Indiana. High school : 1869-71. pastor C. P. Church. Ft. 



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Branch : 1S71-72. principal Owensville Seminary, Indiana ; 1873, moved 
to Nebraska : 1874-76. superintendent public schools, Wahoo, Nebraska ; 
1877, elected to the Nebraska State Senate, from the 16th district; 
1879-83. superintendent of public schools. Gettysburg. Kansas; 1884-85, 
established a grade school at Logan, Kansas ; 1885, delegate to the re- 
union of the G. A. R.. Minneapolis : 1886-87. president McPherson Nor- 
mal College. Republican City. Nebraska : chaplain Gould Post, No. 216. G. 
A. R. ; 1888, moved to the Pacific coast ; 1889, president of an incorpor- 
ated company, that laid out Falls City, in Polk county, Oregon ; 1889-91, 
superintendent of public schools, Buena Vista and Dallas, Oregon ; 1892, 
health failed and he retired from teaching. Married, March 30, 1865, to 
Miss Susan C. Davis. 

306. James Finlay Carrott. 

Lawyer, Quincy, Illinois. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1872 ; LL. B., 1S72. Harvard Law School. Born, July 
15th, 1846. in Quincy, Illinois. Married, January 3, 1877, to Miss Susan 
C. Culbertson, in Bedford, Indiana. 

307. Henry Harpham Dochterman, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born, June 9, 1847. at Laurel, Franklin county. In- 
diana. 1S71. began the practice of law in Covington. Indiana : held the 
office of city clerk and school trustee for several years. Married, March 
27, 1873, to Miss Hannah Smith, of Crawfordsville, Indiana. Died, March 
5, 1893, at Covington, Indiana. 

303. Thomas Wise Durham. 

Topeka. Kansas. 
B. S. Born. February 29, 1840. in Montgomery county, Indiana. Mar- 
ried, July 7, 1869, to Miss Amanda Montgomery. 

309. David Jeffries Eastburn. 

Druggist, 611 East Twelfth Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. P.. ; A. M. Born, 1845, in Sheldon, Illinois. 1870-75. drug business, 
Sheldon. Illinois; 1875-80, editor and publisher of the Sheldon Enterprise ; 
1880-83, editor and publisher of the Newton County News, Kentland. In- 
diana ; 1883, editor and publisher of the Benton Review, Fowler, Indiana ; 
1885, postmaster. Fowler, Indiana : 1899 — . drug business, Indianapolis, 
Indiana. Married, February 12, 1873, to Miss Carrie H. Lyon. 

310. Jesse Hanna. 

Physician, Linton. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1872 ; M. D., 1872, Cincinnati Medical College. Born, 
December 11, 1S40. in Lawrence county, Indiana. Married, May 11, 1871, 
to Miss Mary E. Terhune. 

311. Mellville Reeves Hopewell. 

Lawyer. Tekamahj Nebraska. 

B. S. Born, March 27. 1845, Monroe county, Indiana. 1875, a member 
of the Constitutional Convention of Nebraska : 1875 — , attorney-at-law 
and banker ; 1887-88, Judge Third Judicial District of Nebraska, appointed 
by the Governor : 1888, elected his own successor for a term of four years ; 
1892, re-elected for another term of four years ; 1896—, engaged in active 
practice at Tekamah. Nebraska, and also largely interested in farming 
and stock raising. Married, October 20, 1874, to Miss Hattie E. Nelson. 

312. William Levi Johnston, deceased. 

B. S. Manufacturing Chemist. Born, February 5. 1847, in Vander- 
burgh county, Indiana. 1882-83, president of the Evansville Pharmaceuti- 



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cal Society ; 1S83-S4. local secretary of the Indiana Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation ; 18S4, president of the Indiana Pharmaceutical Association ; 
18S5, secretary for Indiana of National Association for protection of game, 
birds and fish. Married, 1N72, to Miss Hallie Eaves, who died August 4, 
18S3 ; married. 1SS8, to Miss Anna J. Fellows. Died, February 8, 1892, 
in Evansville, Indiana. 

313. John Wood Lovett. 

Lawyer. Anderson, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1872 : LL. B., University of Georgetown. District of 
Columbia ; 1890, candidate of Republican party for attorney general of 
state. Married, December 24, 1872, Miss Ella J. Cumback. 

314. Moses Glenn McLain. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis. Indiana. 

B. S. Born, 1844, in Marion county, Indiana. State librarian ; assistant 
clerk of the Indiana House of Representatives two sessions ; clerk of the 
Marion county Circuit Court. 

315. Louis Nahm. 

Life Insurance, Union Trust Building, St. Louis, Missouri. 

A. B. : A. M., 1872. Born. November 7, 1849. in Winchester, Clark 
county, Kentucky. 1871-77. attorney-at-law in Louisville ; 1880-8:*, attor- 
ney-at-law in St. Louis : 1SS2, returned to Louisville and became general 
agent of New York Life Insurance Company ; 18S5, general agent of 
Equitable Life Insurance Company, St. Louis ; 1890, attorney-at-law, St. 
Louis ; 1S9S — , general agent New York Life Insurance Company, St. 
Louis. 

316. Charles Oliver Perry. 

Banker, California Building. San Francisco. California. 

A. B. ; A. M. Born. .Tune 15, 184G. near Putnamville, Indiana. Brother 
of 178. 1869-89, engaged in mercantile pursuits, principally the book 
business ; 1889, removed to California ; at present manager Columbian 
Banking Company ; president of the Butte Mining Company, of the 
Nipoma Orchard and Packing Company, and of the California Home 
Building Loan Company, all San Francisco concerns ; treasurer Town of 
Belvidere. Residence. Belvidere. California. Married. February 19, 
1871, to Mary I. Haynes, deceased. 

317. James Bayard Pierce, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1872. Manufacturer. Born. May 4, 1846. in New Albany, 
Indiana. Book-keeper for his father. Died, October 2.">. 1SS4, in Mill- 
town, Harrison county, Indiana. 

318. James Berry Sargent. 

Mining. Spokane, Washington. 
A. B. : A. M., 1872. Born, December 28, 1844. Married. September 1, 
1809, Miss Florence Clay Farrow. 

319. John Hugh Shultz. 

Physician and Surgeon. Logansport. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1872 : M. D., 1872. Eclectic Medical Institute. Cincinnati. 
Ohio. Born, February lfl, 1843. Ten years surgeon Pittsburg. Cincinnati 
& St. Louis railway. Married. Miss Clara Pierce. 



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320. Jacob Keithley Waltz. 

Teacher and Minister, Logansport, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1872. Born, March 21, 1846, Greenville, Indiana. Brother 
of 270 and 271. 1869-70, principal New Albany High school ; 1873-75, 
superintendent Floyd county public schools ; 1876, entered the North In- 
diana conference; appointments: 1876-77, Dublin and Louisville; 1877-70, 
Lincoln ; 1870-82, Lima ; 1882-83. Waterloo : 1883-86, Berry street, Fort 
Wayne ; 1886-88. Warsaw : 1888-80, Grace, Richmond ; 1880-02, Greenfield ; 
1802-05, Winchester ; 1S05-07, Auburn ; 1807 — . Wheatland street, Lo- 
gansport. Married. March 10. 1874, to Miss Jennie S. Bradley. 

321. Abram Wells. 

Minister, Cincinnati. Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S72. Born, in Jennings county, Indiana. Appoint- 
ments : 1875-76. Shelbyville, Tenn. ; 1877-70, Erin ; 1880, presiding elder 
Memphis district ; 1881-82, St. Johns. Memphis ; 1883-85, Erie ; 1886, 
teacher and lecturer ; 1SS7-88. Elkhart. Illinois ; 1880, Perry ; 1S90-91, 
Bellflower ; 1892, Rankin ; 1803-04. Bethany : 1805-06, Oakland ; 1807-98, 
Rushville ; 1899 — , Cincinnati, Ohio. Married, October 28, 1874, to M. 
Wiseman McClenahan. 

322. Harry Howard Whitcomb. 

Lawyer. Shelbyville, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1872. Born, July 11. 1844. in Columbus, Ohio. 1870-74, 
attorney-at-law ; 1871-73, city clerk, Shelbyville, Indiana ; 1874, United 
States gauger for internal revenue; 1874. insurance agent; 1885. furniture 
manufacturer. Married, February 4, 1875, Miss Martha V. Johnson. 

323. George Mathias Wright. 

Lawyer, Shelbyville, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, in Shelbyville : Indiana. Married, December 19, 1872, Miss 
Lizzie D. Sordiu. 

324. William Jefferson Yates. 

*Lawyer, Kansas City, Missouri. ' 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1872. Born, August 10, 1S46. in Putnam county, Indiana. 
1872, removed from Indiana to Thayer, Kansas ; 1881, removed from 
Thayer to Kansas City, Missouri. Married, December 17, 187S, Miss 
Hattie L. Sapp. 

325. Albert Brown Yohn. deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1872. Merchant. Born, 1847, in Indianapolis, Indiana. 
1888-03. Secretary Board of Trustees DePauw University. Married, 1872, 
Miss Addie Ferguson. Died, April 28, 1803, in New York City. 

326. Charles Gore Yohn. 

* Merchant, 208 Greene Street, New York City. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1872. Born, March 11, 1S40. in Indianapolis, Indiana. A 
brother of 325. Engaged in a bank five years : in a mercantile business 
twenty years ; member of the firm of E. Kleinmann & Co.. clothing 
manufacturers, New York City. Married, October 15, 1872, Miss Katie C. 
McVey. 

327. Andrew Jackson Youngblood. 

*Teacher. Eureka, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1872. Born, January 27. 1842. in Fountain county, In- 
diana. Three years professor of Latin and history in Howard College, 
Kokomo ; three years professor of languages in Columbia Christian College, 



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Kentucky ; one year professor of Latin and Greek, South Kentucky Col- 
lege, Ilopkinsville : one year president of West Kentucky College. South 
Carrollton ; professor of Greek in Eureka College. Married. July 10. 1872, 
Miss Jennie Hopkins. 



XXXI. CLASS OF 1S70. 



328. John Brownfield, Jr. 

Lawyer, South Bend, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1873; LL. B.. 1872. Harvard. Born in South Bend. In- 
diana. 1876. city atorney South Bend, Indiana ; 1893, connected with 
West Publishing Company, St. Paul: at present engaged in practice of law 
at South Bend. Indiana. Father of 1340. Married, April 16. 1872. to 
Miss Joanna Kelley. 

329. Abraham Lawrence Case, deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S.. 1S73 ; M. D.. Kentucky Medical College, Louisville, Ken 
tucky. Physician. Born, October 5, 1816, in Pike county. Indiana. Prac- 
ticed medicine in same county. Married, February, 1872, Miss Sallie M. 
Julien. Died, June 12, 1888, in Velpen, Pike county, Indiana. 

330. Wilburn Cline. 

Physician, Appleton City, Missouri. 
P. S. : M. S., 1873 ; M. U.. 1874. Cincinnati College of Medicine and Sur- 
gery. Born, December 25. 1847. near Cloverdale, Indiana. Married, Sep- 
tember 27, 1876, to Miss Maggie Branham. of Greencastle, Indiana. 

331. Chalon Guard Cloud. 

Banker, McLeansboro, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1873. Born. December 25, 1846. at the Illinois Furnace. 
Hardin county, Illinois. Founder of the "C. G. Cloud Prizes in Declama- 
tion" in DePauw University and of "C. G. Cloud Alcove" in the Library 
<>f the University; 1898 — . trustee of DePauw University. Married, April 
18, 1883, to Miss Emma E. Blades. 

332. Frost Craft. 

Minister, Decatur, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1873 ; D. D„ 1890. DePauw University. Born. July 12. 
1846, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 1870-73, pastor Third Street Methodist 

• 1873, pastor 




333. Daniel Tapley Downey, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1873. Lawver. Born at Rising Sun. Indiana. November 
4. 1850. Brother of Xos. 258, 484 and 659. Married. May 19. 1881, to 
Miss Caroline Backman. Died at his home, Aurora, Indiana, March 25, 
1886. 



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334. Michael David Emig. 

Lawyer, Columbus, Indiana. 
B. S. : M. S., 1873. Born. November 11, 1852, in Columbus, Indiana. 
1874, admitted to the bar ; 1890, elected attorney for Bartholomew county. 
Married, November 16, 1893, to Miss Martha E. Olmstead, of Bartholomew 
county, Indiana. 

335. Hillary Asbury Gobin. 

Minister and Professor, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M. ; D. D.. Indiana Asbury University. Born, March 25, 1842, 
in Terre Haute ; 1862-63, three years in Union army ; 1869, entered the 
North-west Indiana conference. Appointments : 1869, Bainbridge ; 1870, 
Remington and Goodland ; 1873, First church, South Bend ; 1876, Trinity, 
Lafayette ; 1879, First church, South Bend : 1880-86, Robert Stockwell 
Professor of Greek language and literature. DePauw University ; 1881-86, 
secretary of Faculty, DePauw University ; 1886-90, president Baker Uni- 
versity, Baldwin, Kansas : 1890, dean. School of Theology ; 1894, vice- 
president DePauw University : 1895, acting president, DePauw University ; 
1896 — , president Preachers' Aid Society, North-west Indiana conference ; 
1896 and 1900, delegate to General conference ; 1896-1900, member of the 
Commission on the Organic Law of the Methodist Episcopal church ; 
1896 — , member of the University Senate of the Methodist Episcopal 
church ; 1896 — , president of DePauw University. Married. November S, 
1871, to Miss Florence Orrill, who died December 16, 1891 ; married. 
July 11, 1895, to Mrs. Clara L. Beals. 

336. George Whitefield Hallett, deceased. 

A. B. Journalist* Born, January 20. 1844, in New Providence, Indiana. 
Died, August 22, 1872, in New Providence, Indiana. 

337. John Walker Hayes. 

Lawyer, DesMoines, Iowa. 

B. S. ; M. S. Born. March 18. 1848. in Tippecanoe county. Indiana. 
1879, moved from Indiana to Iowa. Married. February 15. 1876, Miss 
Mary E. Hollingsworth, who died January 23, 1879 ; married. May 23, 
1883, to Miss Mary B. Maxwell. 

338. Samuel Andrew Hazlett. 

Farmer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1873. Born, 1849. in Greencastle, Indiana. Married. 1877, 
to Miss Ella Tuttle. 

339. Francis Asbury Horner. 

Lawyer, Brazil, Indiana. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1873. Born, April 18. 1849, in Washington county. In- 
diana. Prosecuting attorney for Clay and Putnam counties for four 
years ; State Senator for Clay and Owen counties. Indiana, four years ; 
member State Democratic Committee for Fifth Congressional District, 
Indiana, sis years ; author of "Horner's Revised Statutes of Indiana" 
(2 vols., 1S96), "Horner's Revised Statutes of Indiana" (1 vol., 1897), 
"Horner's Criminal Forms for Indiana" (1896), "Newspaper Legal Adver- 
tising Laws" (1898), and "Horner's Treatise on State and Federal 
Liquor Laws" (1900). Married, April 22, 1S73, to Miss Sylvia Reed. 

340. Joseph Warren Jones. 

Lawyer, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1873. Born, December 10, 1845. Fountain county, Indiana. 
State's attorney, Vermillion county. Illinois : judge Circuit Court, Second 
Judicial Circuit, South Dakota. Married. March 27, 1879, Miss Luella 
Campbell. 



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341. Franklin Winfield Lantz. 

No. 18, Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1873. Born, January 14, 1849, at Mansfield, Ohio. 
Brother of 989. Was appointed to the United States civil service, Sep- 
tember 1, 1875. Author of "Stock Tables." New York, 1884. Married. 
March 31, 1885, to Miss Mary L. Sherman. 

342. Ephraim Marsh. 

Lawyer, Greenfield, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1873. Born, June 2. 1845. in Hancock county, Indiana. 
1874-82, clerk of the Hancock county Circuit Court. Married, February 
:». 1875, Miss Tillie J. Brewer. 

343. Robert Newton McKaig. 

Minister, 1462 Capital Avenue, Hamline, Minnesota. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S73 ; D. D., 1S87. DePauw University. Born, November 
1. 1842, in Logansport, Indiana. 1870, entered North Indiana conference. 
Appointments : 1870, Anderson Circuit ; 1871, Centerville ; 1872, Cam- 
bridge City ; 1873, Grace church, Richmond ; 187G, Wayne Street church. 
Fort Wayne ; 1879, Warsaw ; 1882, transferred to Nebraska conference 
and appointed to Lincoln, Nebraska ; 1885, transferred to North Nebraska 
conference, and stationed at First church, Omaha ; 1886, transferred to 
Nebraska conference and elected president of York College ; 1887, trans- 
ferred to Minnesota conference, and stationed at Hennepin Avenue, Min- 
neapolis ; 1889, Franklin Avenue ; 1894, presiding elder, St. Cloud district. 
Married, June 22, 1871, to Miss Laura Beswick. (See 371.) 

344. William Franklin Norton, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1873. Born, December 1, 1844, in Bartholomew county, 
Indiana. 1873, began the practice of law. Married. April 20, 187G, to 
Miss Ursula J. George. Died, April 20, 1900, at Columbus, Indiana. 

345. LeRoy Nelson Pattison. 

Minister, Lowell, Michigan. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1873. Born. November 30, 1S48. Bead law in Indian- 
apolis ; 1876, Marion county attorney : 1S62, clerk of judiciary committee 
in legislature; 1888, entered the South-east Indiana conference; 1890, 
transferred to Michigan conference. Appointments : Schoolcraft, Otsego, 
Lowell. Married, November 6, 1872. to Miss Fannie Peppard. 

346 Samuel Duncan Puett. 

Lawyer, Rockville, Indiana. 

P.. S. ; M. S., 1S73. Born, March 22, 1846. in Parke county. Indiana. 
1876-88, presidential elector on the Democratic ticket. Married. May 13. 
1S73, to Miss Maimie E. Maxwell. 

347. William Marion Ridpath. 

Lawyer, Spokane, Washington. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1873. Born, October 14. 1845, in Putnam county, Indiana. 
A brother of 220, 266, 648 and 706. 1879, chairman of the Republican cen- 
tral committee of Clay county ; 1881-83. speaker of the Indiana House of 
Representatives ; 1882, Indian agent at Yankton, Sioux Reservation, Green- 
wood, Dakota ; prosecuting attorney of the counties of Stephens, Okanogan 
and Spokane : member of the Republican state central committee. Married, 
February 9, 1875, Miss Sarah J. Cole. 



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348. Joseph Wright Wharton. 

Atorney and Loan Agent, Henderson, Kentucky. 
B. S. Born, January 13, 1S49, in Felicity. Ohio. In government mail 
service ; deputy county clerk : city clerk : deputy auditor of state ; member 
of the city council ; 18S7, assistant clerk of the Indiana House of Repre- 
sentatives : manager Kimball I'iauo Company. Married, May 19, 1S74, 
Miss Eloise M. Taylor, of Worthington, Indiana. 

349. William Wesley Wilson. 

Minister, Union Grove, Wisconsin. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S73. Born, November 13, 184(3, in Vigo county, Indiana. 
1870-73, teacher of district school ; 1S73, entered the Christian ministry ; 
1875, entered Wisconsin conferencce. Appointments : Clintonville, North- 
port, Poysippi, Green Lake, Almond, Waupaca Circuit, Pardeeville, Sun 
Prairie, Watertown, Waterford. North Prairie, Union Grove. Married, 
November 12, 1874, Miss Isabella Thomas. 



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350. William Thomas Art. 

Arkansas City, Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Farmer, Sanford, Indiana ; now Arkansas City, 
Kansas. 

351. Martin Andrew Barnett, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1874. Teacher and Editor. Born, 1845, in Danville. In- 
diana. Brother of 410. Superintendent of public schools in Vevay, Attica, 
Elkhart : 1882, editor Madison Herald ; appointed postmaster at Madison, 
1885. Married, 1873, Miss Alice Shaw. Died, June 5, 1890, at Madison, 
Indiana. 

352. Thomas Jackson Brant. 

Bloomington, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M. Born, 1844. in Tuscarawas county. Ohio. Brother of 186. 
Superintendent public schools, Eastport, Iowa ; Fremont county, Iowa ; 
Essex. Page county, Iowa; from 1882 to 1899, cashier of Utica (Nebraska) 
bank. Married, 1878, to Alice O. Allen, who died August 10, 1894. 
(See 353.) 

353. Alice Olive Brant (nee Allen), deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Born. September 10. 1851, in Putnam county, In- 
diana. Married, February 22. 1878, to Thomas Jackson Brant. Died, 
August 10, 1894, at Utica. Nebraska ; buried in the Brick Chapel Ceme- 
tery, near Greencastle, Indiana. 

354. Cornelius Dakin Browder. 

Civil Engineer, 26 Virginia Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1S74. Born, 1847, in Xenia. Ohio. 1871-72, engineer of 
State line survey between Kansas and Indian Territory ; assistant engi- 
neer of the "Consumers' Gas Company, of Indianapolis ; engineer and 
superintendent of construction of natural gas line into Bluffton, Indiana ; 
last eight years, civil engineer and contractor for Public Works, Indian- 
apolis ; stockholder, manager and superintendent of the "Meridian Con- 



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struction Company - ' of Indianapolis, Indiana. Residence, 1 ."530 Ash street. 
Married, November 0, 187C, to Miss Katie Bombarger, who died August 
13, 1880 ; married, September G, 1S0G, to Miss Augusta Harding. 

355. George William Burton, deceased. 

A. I?. : A. M., 1874. Horn, December 2G, 1847, in Stinesville, Monroe 
county, Indiana. 1872-75. United States deputy surveyor ; 1875-80, attor- 
ney-at-law at Wahoo. Nebraska ; 18SU-lt>00. lawyer, banker and farmer, 
Orleans, Nebraska; 1884. elected delegate to Republican National Con- 
vention ; 1885-86, traveled in Europe ; 1887, chairman Republican State 
Central Committee; 18S8, State senator. Married, November 20, 1885, to 
Miss Alma Ilolman. (See 540.) Died, October 4, 1000, and buried at 
Orleans. Nebraska. 

356. Charles Delome Cavins, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1874. Lawyer. Born, July 15. 1852, iu Bloomfleld, In- 
diana. Died. January 14. 1877, in Bloomfleld, Indiana. 

357. William Harvey Crow. 

Lawyer. G and 7 Barker Block, Omaha, Nebraska. 

B. S. ; M. S.. 1874. Born. March 0. 1851. in Greencastle. 1870-81, city 
attorney of Greencastle ; 1882, removed to Dakota ; district attorney of 
North Dakota for two terms. 

358. Mary E. Crawford, (nee Simmons). 

San Diego. California. 
B. S. : M. S., 1874. Born in 1853, in Milford county, Ohio. Married, 
in 1873, Hush C. Crawford. 

359. Alfred Marion Danely. 

Minister, Champaign, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S74 ; D. D., 1000. Cbaddock College. Quincy, Illinois. 
Born, September 21, 1841. in Worthington. Indiana. 1871. entered the 
Illinois conference ; appointments as follows : 1871, Lima ; 1873. Mel- 
rose ; 1874, Astoria; 187G. Augusta: 1870, Versailles; 1880, Barry; 1881, 
1'aloma ;' 1884. Lincoln Circuit: 1887. Jacksonville Circuit; 1801, West 
Jacksonville Circuit; 1804. Decatur Circuit: 1899-1900, president Chad- 
dock College, Quincy, Illinois. Married, June 1G, 1874, Miss Ella Cole. 

360. Daniel Mclntire Elder, deceased. 

A. B. Born, July 8. 1845. Petersburg. Indiana. Shipping clerk for an 
oil firm in Louisville. Kentucky ; not married. Died, November, 1872, at 
Louisville, Kentucky. 

361. Hervey Bates Fatout. 

Surveyor and Civil Engineer, 721 S. Capital Ave.. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. S.. 1874. Born, April 11, 1851. in Marion county, Indiana. 
1874-84. surveyor of Marion county, Indiana. Married, September 22, 
1875, Miss Missouri Wright. 

362. Benjamin Franklin French. 
Physician, 1704 North Capital Avenue, Indianapolis. Indiana. 



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superintendent of schools in Attica, Indiana ; since 1S84, practicing medi- 
cine in Indianapolis. Married, December 25, 18G7, Miss Oliva Staton, of 
Thorntown, Indiana. 



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363. Francis Asbury Friedley. 

Minister, Richmond, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Born. December 15, 1845, in Harrison county, In- 
diana. 187G-79, grand worthy chief templar, Good Templars, Indiana : 
1880-84, president of DePauw College for Young "Women, New Albany. 
Married, November 2, 1876, Miss Mary C. Sample. 

364. Charles Francis Goodwin, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Born, November 6. 1849. in Franklin county, 
Indiana. 1872-79, assistant cashier Brookville National Bank ; 18S0-96, 
president Brookville National Bank ; 1885-1896. trustee of DePauw 
University. Married, 1874. to Miss Martha M. Shirk. Died, January 
12, 1896, in Brookville, Indiana. 

365. William Riley Halstead. 

Minister, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. : M. S., 1874 ; A. M., 1877 ; D. D., 1886, DePauw University. 
Born, March 19, 1848, in Riley, Indiana. 1872, entered the Indiana con- 
ference ; apointments ; Bloomington Circuit, Worthingtou, Spencer, 
Mithell, New Albany. Indianapolis, Greencastle : presiding elder Indian- 
apolis district ; president, DePauw College ; author of "Future Religious 
Policy of America ;" 1887-1S96, trustee of DePauw University ; 1888-92, 
delegate to General conference ; 1889, pastor at Bloomington ; 1894, pre- 
siding elder. Evansville district ; 189S. pastor St. Paul's Church, Lin- 
coln, Nebraska ; 1899-1901, pastor First Church, Frankfort, Indiana ; 1892, 
author of "Civil and Religious Forces ;" 1894, author of "Life on a 
Backwoods Farm" ; 1901. general secretary and financial manager of Meth- 
odist Episcopal Deaconess Home and Hospital, Indianapolis. Married. 
1873, Miss Candace Kennedy, who died in 1873 ; married, 1875, Miss 
Martha Taylor. 

366. Bettie McReynolds Hamilton (nee Locke). 

Greencastle. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Born, in 1850. in New Albany. Indiana. Instructor 
in the Illinois Institute for Deaf and Dumb. Married, 1876, E. A. Hamil- 
ton. 

367. Albert Brown Hussong. 

Merchant, Corner Fifth and Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Born, December 17, 184S. in Vigo county, Indiana. 
1872-76, taught school in Indiana and Illinois; 1880-90. manufacturer and 
merchant, Hutsonville, Illinois ; cashier Hutsonville Bank ; 1894, stock- 
holder in the Havens & Geddes Company, Terre Haute, Indiana, and mana- 
ger of one of its principal departments. Married, April 9, 1876, to Miss 
D. J. Scott, of Terre Haute, Indiana. 

368. Charles Douglas Jones. 

Lawyer, Norton, Kansas. 
A B. ; A. M., 1S74. Born, August 9, 1848, in Covington, Indiana. 
1S71-73, superintendent public schools of Williamsport, Indiana ; 1875-77, 
prosecuting attorney Twenty-third judicial circuit of Indiana ; 1885. re- 
moved to Kansas ; 1888, lay delegate from North-west Kansas conference 
to General conference ; 1S90, colonel of Kansas Division S. of V. ; member 
of the board of trustees, Kansas Wesleyan University. Married, October 
27, 1871, Miss Lucy Reed. 

369. Allen Robinson Julian. 

Minister, Chadron, Nebraska. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Born, May 4, 1848, in New Harmony, Indiana. 
Superintendent Clay county schools ; 1877, entered Indiana conference ; 



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18S9, transferred to West Nebraska conference : member of North-west 
Nebraska conference : presiding elder, Chadron district. Married, Septem- 
ber 4, 1871, to Miss Lou C. MeAuley. 

370. John Wesley Lacey. 

Lawyer, Cheyenne. Wyoming. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1874. Born, October 13, 1848, in Randolph county, In- 
diana. 1871-72., professor of mathematics in Quincy, (.Illinois) College; 
1872-73, principal Owensville. Indiana, public schools : 1873-74, superin- 
tendent of public schools, Noblesville. Indiana ; 1874-75, principal of High 
school, Pekin. Illinois ; 1875-84. attorney-at-law. Marion, Indiana : 1884, 
chief justice of the Supreme Court of Wyoming Territory ; 1888,, lay 
delegate to General conference from Colorado conference. Married, Octo- 
ber 10, 1878, to Miss Lizzie Van Devanter. 

371. Laura McKaig (nee Beswiek). 

Hamline, Minnesota. 

B. S. : M. S.. 1874. Horn. July IS. 1852. in Crawfordsville, Indiana 
Married, June 22, 1871, to Rev. R. N. McKaig. (See 343. j 

372. Watson Clark McKaig. 

♦Minister. Lafayette. Indiana. 
I?. S. : M. S., 1874. Rom in Cass County. A brother of 343. 1871, 
entered the North Indiana conference. Appointments : Westfield. Farm- 
land. Greensboro, Tipton. Muncie Circuit. Point Isabel, Logansport, Cicero, 
Santa Fe. Red Key, Alexandria. McCordsville, Jonesboro, Scircleville. 
Hobbs and Santa Fe : now an evangelist. 

373. John Alexander Ritter. 

Physician. West Baden. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S74. 

374. Henry Jefferson Shaffer. 

*230 South Seventh Street. Terre Haute. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1875. Principal schools. Thorntown, Indiana. 

375. Theodore Albert Sloane. 

Lawyer, Colorado Springs. Colorado. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1874. Born. September 2. 1847. in Rush county. Indiana. 
1871, removed to Pueblo, Colorado : county superintendent of schools : 
president of the Board of Education : clerk of the District court. Mar- 
ried, February 2, 1875, to Miss Ellen R. Hinsdale. 

376. William Smith, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1871. Ph. D.. 1885. Syracuse University: D. D., 1889. 
Baker University. Minister. Born. December 28, 1846, in Logansport. 
Indiana. 1871, entered North Indiana conference. Appointments : An- 
derson Circuit : 1872, transferred to Kansas conference. Appointments : 
1872-74. White Cloud; 1874-70, Wyandotte; 1876-79, Leavenworth; 1879- 
80, Salina ; 1880-82, Salina district : 1882. transferred to Detroit confer- 
ence. Appointments : 1882-85. Howell ; 1886-89, Palmer Memorial, De- 
troit ; 1876-80. trustee Baker University. Author of "Life's Possibilities." 
Married, February 18, 1872. to Miss Amanda E. Forkner. Died. November 
10, 1S89, on shipboard, returning from Europe. 

377. Quincy Adams Smith. 

Lafayette. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S74. 



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378. James Colclazer Stephens, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1874. Minister. Bom. May 21, 1844. in Lockport, In- 
diana. 1S70. entered the North-west Indiana conference. Appointments: 
Bainbridge. Waveland, Plymouth, South Bend, Lafayette ; 1881. trans- 
ferred to Des Moines conference. Appointments : Shelby and Atlanta ; 
1SS3. returned to Indiana : 1883. general secretary of Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association, South Bend ; 1S84-S7, pastor at Ked Oak, Iowa ; 1887-89, 
resided in Kansas City. Married, December 12. 1874, Mrs. Jennie L. Ben- 
son. Died, December 23, 1SS0. Address of widow : Plymouth. Indiana. 

379. Edward Beeler Stoy, deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1874. Born. October 17. 1S52. in New Albany. Indiana. 
Brother of 912. 1878. traveled in England. France. Germany and Italy ; 
secretary of the Ohio Falls Iron Works, New Albany. Died, August 20, 
1SS2, New Albany. 

3S0. Edwin Holland Terrell. 

Lawyer, Diplomat, Capitalist, San Antonio, Texas. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1874 ; LL. D.. 1873. Harvard University ; LL. D.. 1892, 
DePauw University ; valedictorian. 1871. Born. November 21, 1848, in 
Brookville, Indiana. Studied in Europe in 1873-74 ; practiced law in In- 
dianapolis, 1S74-77 : removed to San Antonio. Texas, 1877. Delegate to 
Republican National Conventions, 1880 and 188S : in the latter, one of 
the honorary secretaries and member of notification committee ; 1889-93, 
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of United States to 
Belgium ; 1889-90. Plenipotentiary to Slave-Trade Conference of the Pow- 
ers. Brussels ; 1890. commissioned plenipotentiary on part of the United 
States to conclude the convention for publication of customs-tariffs ; 1890, 
conducted negotiations, on part of United States, with the six Powers 
holding possessions in the conventional basin of the Congo and --secured 
from them the "Protocol of December 22, 1890." granting to the United 
States and its citizens full commercial privileges, etc., in the entire Congo 
basin; 1891. member Commission Technique to revise Berlin treaty of 1885 
and elaborate a tariff system for the Congo basin ; 1891, Plenipotentiary 
under special commission to negotiate with King Leopold a treaty of 
commerce and navigation and a consular treaty between the United 
States and the Congo Free State ; 1892. commissioner to and vice presi- 
dent of the International Monetary Conference, Brussels : has negotiated 
three treaties subsequently ratified by the President and Senate ; 1893, 
created by royal decree of King Leopold II. 'Grand Officer, Order of Leo- 
pold" ; 1894-1900. member Republican State Executive Committee, Texas 
Married. August 17, 1874. to Miss Mary Maverick, who died at the United 
States Legation. Brussels, January 2, 1891 ; married, February 7, 1895, to 
Miss Lois Lasater. 

381. John Wallace Webb. 

Minister, Canandaigua, New York. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1874 : D. D., 1S80, Indiana Asbury University. Born, 
January 20, 1841. in Warrick county. Indiana. 1871, appointed to Cali- 
fornia Street church. Indianapolis : 1873. Evansville ; 1875, Princeton ; 
1878, Bloomington ; 1SS1, Greencastle : 1882. transferred to Des Moines 
conference, and appointed to Red Oak ; 1885-88, presiding elder Des Moines 
district : 1888-90. pursued post graduate courses at Boston and Harvard 
Universities : supplied pulpit at Milton. Mass. ; 1891-93. pastor of St. 
Paul's M. E. Church. Providence. R. I. ; 1894. transferred to Wyoming 
conference, and stationed at Central church. Wilkes Barre. Pa : 1896-99, 
pastor University church. Syracuse. New York : 1899 — . Canandaigua, New 
York. Married, January 29, 1SG7, Miss Melissa A. Wright. 



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XXXIII. CLASS OF 1872. 



382. Joseph Taylor Albin. 

Teacher, Carbondalc, Kansas. 
A. B. : A. M., 1875. Born, 1850, in Putnam county. Indiana. Brother 
of 62 and 102. Superintendent of public schools. Danville, and Browns- 
burg, Indiana, and Butler, Illinois ; 1884-89, manufacturer in Litchfield. 
Illinois ; principal of public schools. Liberty. Nebraska, and Carbondalc. 
Kansas. Married, 1873, to Miss Emma E. Allen. 

383. John Blackstock. 

Minister, East Shahjahanpur. India. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1875. Born. 1836. Ontario. Canada. 1875. entered the 
Xorth-west Indiana conference; 1870, a missionary to India. Married, 
1880, Esther Duncan. 

384. Richard Brown Blake, deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1875. Born. March 14. 1850, in North Salem. Indiana. 

1872. began practice in Danville, Indiana; 1878-80, prosecuting attorney 
for Nineteenth Judicial Circuit : 1888, removed to Spokane. Washington ; 
1880. at the first state election elected one of the judges of Superior 
Court of Washington for Spokane county, for four years : at the end of 
his term declined another, and returned to the practice of law. Married, 
December 22. 1894, to Miss Antoinette E. Moore. Died, 1901. 

385. Wilbur Fisk Browder. 

Lawyer. 2212 Talbott Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1875. Born. November 29. 1850, in Jamestown. Ohio. 
1872-76, assistant reporter Supreme Court of Indiana: 1877, attorney at- 
law : 1877-84, chief deputy in the office of the reporter of the Supreme 
Court. Married, December 4. 1873, to Miss Ella J. Jones. (See 3SG.) 

386. Ella Jane Browder (nee Jones). 

2212 Talbot Avenue, Indianapolis. Indiana. 

B. S. : M. S.. 1S75. Born. 1853. in Oreeneastle. Married. December 4, 

1873, to W. F. Browder. (See 385.) 

387. Henry Augustus Buchtel. 

Chancellor University of Denver. University Park, Colorado. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S75 ; D. D.. 1SS4. DePauw University. Born. September 
30, 1S47, in Ohio. 1872. entered the Northwest Indiana conference, and 
appointed to Zionsville and Northfield : 1873, Missionary to Bulgaria ; resi- 
dence. Kustchuk, Turkev : 1873-76, Greencastle : 1S76-79. Knightstown ; 
1879-82, Grace Church, Richmond : 1882-S5, Trinity Church. Lafavette ; 
1885-86, Evans Chapel, Denver ; 1886-91, Trinity Church. Denver ; 1891-06, 
Central Avenue Church, Indianapolis ; 1897-99, Calvary Church, East 
Orange, New Jersey : since January 1, 1900. Chancellor of University of 
Denver. Married. February 4, 1873, to Miss Mary N. Stevenson, of Green- 
castle, Indiana, (see 416.) 

388. Marcus S. Claypool. 

Alameda Place, Muncie, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1875. Born. August 1. 1851. in Wayne county. Indiana. 
1872-70. assistant cashier. Muncie Bank ; 1879-84, agent Victor Silver Min- 
ing Company, Yandes Silver Mining Company, secretary and superintendent 



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Consolidated Columbia Tunnel and Mining Company, Georgetown, Colo- 
rado : 1SS4, "Alameda Place" Stock Farm; since 1893, member of State 
Board of Agriculture ; 1896-1904, president State Live Stock Sanitary 
Commission. Married, January 14, 18S0, Miss Elizabeth Burson of Mun- 
cie, Indiana. 

389. Lafayette Foster Cole. 

606 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1875. Born, November 22, 1848, at Fredonia, New York. 
Teacher in State Reform School, riainfield. Indiana : 1872, removed to 
Wisconsin and served the following appointments in the Wisconsin confer- 
ence ; Troy, Hebron, Palmyra, Rome, Hartford. Green Bay and Neenah ; 
1881, retired from the ministry owing to loss of voice ; edited the Neenah 
Gazette; 1S86, engaged in temperance work in Wisconsin, Arkansas and 
Pennsylvania ; 1889, delegate to the National Prohibition Convention ; 
1892—, in the employ of the Century Piano Company, Minneapolis. Minne- 
sota. Married, June 13, 1872, Miss Malvina S. Judkins, of Mishawaka, 
Indiana. 

390. Albert Butler Cole. 

152 East Market Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, July 2, 1846. Mt. Sterling, Switzerland county, Indiana. 
Attorney-at-law and real estate titles. 

391. Francis Marion Cones. 

Minister, Knoxville, Tennessee. 
A. B. ; A. M. ; Ph. D., 1897, American Temperance University. Born. 
Nevember 17, 1S36, in New Palestine, Indiana. 1873, traveled in Southern 
States; 1874-75, principal of Cookston Seminary, Parksville, Tenn. ; 1875, 
entered the Holston Conference ; apointments ; Leicester, North Carolina, 
Greenville, Tennessee ; 1877, professor of Greek and Latin in Holston 
Seminary, New Market, Tennessee ; 1878, suplied Asbury charge, Kentucky 
conference ; 1S79, returned to Indiana ; 1880-81, associate principal of 
public schools, Thorntown, Indiana ; 1882, pastor at Kingston, Tennes- 
see ; 1SS3-97, supplied charges in Northwest Indiana conference : Rossville, 
Whitestown, Clark's Hill and Remington ; 1883-97, chaplain, adjutant and 
post commander of Lookout Valley Post, G. A. R. ; 1898, field agent for 
Murphy College, Sevierville, Tennessee ; 1S99, pastor in North Knoxville, 
Tennessee. 

392. James Earle Evans. 

Banker, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1875. Botn, December 5, 1849 ; in Putnam county, Indiana. 
188S-92, member of the city council ; 1891, cashier of First National Bank 
of Crawfordsville ; treasurer Indiana Bankers' Association. Married, 
December 8, 1875. to Miss Joanna Graham. 

393. John Riley Gordon, deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1875. Lawyer. Born, 1848, in Putnam county, Indiana. 
1872-73, and 1875-77, principal of public schools in Bainbridge, Indiana ; 
1873-75, superintendent of public schools of Putnam county ; 1882-83, 
representative in the Indiana legislature : chairman Democratic State 
Central Committee. Married. 1874, to Miss Mattie A. Darnell. Died, 
May 9, 1888, Greencastle, Indiana. 

394. Silas Alfred Hays. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1875. Born, October' 29, 1850. in Indiana. 1873-74, 
studied law : 1874-75, city editor Greencastle Banner; 1876-SO, city clerk, 
Greencastle ; 1882, Republican nominee for State legislature from Put- 



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nam county, Indiana: 1884. Republican nominee for the legislature from 
Clay, Hendricks and Putnam counties : 1888. elected member Indiana 
State Senate from Putnam and Hendricks counties. Married, October 5, 
1S81, to Miss Lillie B. Farrow. (See 557. J 

395. Philos Jay Hazen. 

Lawyer. Modesto, California. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1875. Born, February 22, 1852, in Ladoga. Indiana. 
1877-78, deputy school superintendent and deputy district attorney of 
Stanislaus county, California. Married. February 11. 1881. to Miss P. J. 
Lewis, who died March 2G, 1881 ; married, June 1G, 1883, to Miss Flla M. 
Lewis. 

396. John Oscar Henderson. 

Journalist, Kokomo, Indiana. 

B. S. : M. S.. 1875. Born. September 1, 1S47. 1874-05. editor and 
proprietor of the Kokomo Dispatch: 18S5-87, collector of internal revenue 
for the Fleventh District of Indiana ; many years chairman Democratic 
Central Committee, Howard county ; 1880-88, member executive com- 
mittee Democratic State Central Committee ; 1888, delegate to Democratic 
National Convention ; 18S9, president Democratic Editorial State Asso- 
ciation ; 1890, elected Auditor of State ; 1892, re-elected ; discovered and 
brought into prominence James Whitcomb Riley and Mary Hartwell 
Catherwood, through the columns of the Kokomo Dispatclt. Married, 
May 15, 1879, to Miss Mary George. 

397. James Knox Polk Hurst. 

Farmer, Mt. Meridian. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1875. Born, January, 1847, iu Putnam county, Indiana. 
Married, Miss Alice Smith. 

398. Clark Wesley Johnson. 

Lawyer, Graham. Texas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1875. Born, August 11, 1848. in Lawrence county, In- 
diana. 1875, admitted to the bar in Illinois ; removed to Texas ; 1884, 
Republican candidate for attorney-general of Texas. 1892. delegate to 
National Republican Convention. Married. March 30, 1882, Miss Blanche 
Eichelberger. 

399. LeRoy Wesley Johnson, deceased. 

A. P.. ; A. M., 1875. Teacher. Born, April 17, 1S45. in Erie. Indiana. 
Taught district schools in Indiana, Missouri. Kansas and Arkansas. 
Married, March 24. 1889. Miss Mary Stillwell .of Hagler. Arkansas. Died, 
July 23, 1891, near Benton, Saline county, Arkansas. 

400. Charles Wesley Landes, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1S75. Born, January 13. 1851. in Greencastle. Father of 
1656. 1872-1899. druggist in Greencastle. Indiana. Married, October 17, 
1877, to Miss Lillie Root. Died, February 15, 189:). 

401. John Milton Norwood, deceased. 

B. S. : M. S.. 1875; M. D.. 1S74, Indiana Medical College. Died, Decem- 
ber 20, 1SS0, at Lyons, Kansas. 

402. Ella Preston (nee Jones), deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1875. Teacher. Born. September 30, 1852, in Green- 
castle. Two years teacher in public schools of Greencastle. Married, 
April 17, 1878. J. L. Preston. M. D. Died, April 3, 1881, in Cloverdale, 
Indiana ; buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Greencastle. 



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403. Howell Pyke. 

Minister, Tientsin. China. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1875. P.orn, July 9, 1845, in Glenwood, Indiana. 1872, 
entered the North Indiana conference ; 1873, missionary to China ; 
18S1-84, in America : 1884-S7. presiding elder Tsunhua district. China ; 
1887-91, presiding elder Lau Chau district ; 1891-93, in the United States ; 
1893 — , presiding elder of Lan Chou district, missionary in charge of Lau 
Chou and Shan Hai Kuan districts, North China. Married, 1873, Miss 
Belle Goodrich. 

404. Lucy Lodusca Radcliffe (nee Austin), deceased. 

A. B. Born, August 17, 1837, in Braceville, Ohio. Taught in Saybrook, 
Kingsville and Willoughby. Ohio ; Waterford, Pennsylvania ; Russellville 
and Dayton, Indiana. Married. July 11-'. 1863. to Thomas C. Radcliffe, in 
Leroy, Lake county, Ohio. Died, May 7, 1875, in Braceville, Ohio. 

405. Agnes Rosabelle Rankin. 

Teacher. 1832 North Alabama Street, Indianapolis. 

B. S. : M. S.. 1876; A. M., 1882. Born in Greencastle. Indiana. Teacher 
in the grammar department of the public schools of Indianapolis ; 1887 — , 
teacher in Indianapolis High school. A sister of 406. 

406. Louisa Melissa Rankin. 

Teacher, 1832 North Alabama Street, Indianapolis. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born in Greencastle. Teacher in Indianapolis. A 
sister of 405. 

407. Archibald Shaw. 

Postmaster Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1875. Born. August 8, 1847, in Switzerland county, In- 
diana. Farmer and merchant ; 1898 — . postmaster. Married, July 31, 
1873, Miss Hannah V. Fitch. (See 434.) 

408. David Washington Thomas. 

Teacher, Elkhart, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1875. Born, 1839, in Hancock county, Ohio. 1872-73, 
principal of public schools, Bluffton. Indiana ; 1873-86, superintendent of 
public schools in Wabash. Indiana ; 1886, superintendent of public schools, 
Elkhart, Indiana. Married, August 15, 1872, Miss Anna Beechgood. 

409. Jay Bruce Van Buskirk. 

Assistant Postmaster. Monticello. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1875. Born. November 5, 1850, in Monticello, Indiana. 
Owner and former 'editor of the Herald. Married, November 25, 1875, 
Miss Emma Coen. 



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410. Levi Allen Barnett. 

Lawyer, Danville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1876. Born, June 11, 1847, in Hendricks county. In- 
diana. Brother of 351. 1879. commissioner of the Indiana Reform School 
for Boys ; 1883, re-appointed commissioner same ; 1887, re-appointed com- 
missioner same ; 1887, appointed corresponding secretary for Indiana of 



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the National Board of Conference and Charities at Omaha : 1888-89, re- 
appointed. Married, September 10. 1884, to Miss Florence Pugh. 

411. John Steele Berryhill. 

Lawyer, 937 North Alabama Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1876. Born, 1S4!>, in Lafayette. Married, October, 1S77, 
to Miss Mary Lydia Ilanna. (.See 444.) 

412. William McKendree Blake. 

103 Fourth Street, N. E.. Washington. D. C. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1876. Born, August 21. 1849, in Delaware county. In- 
diana. Brother of 621. 1873-76. principal Itockport (Indiana) High 
school: 1876-79, superintendent public schools, New Castle, Indiana: 1880- 
81, teacher of Latin in Evansville High school ; 1881-85, principal Evans- 
ville High school ; 1885-90, teacher of Latin and history in Evansville High 
school ; 1890-99. teacher of Latin in Evansville High school ; 1889 — , in 
census office. Washington. D. C. Married, August 28, 1886, to Miss M. K. 
Evans. 

413. Oliver Harrison Blacklidge. 

Anderson, Indiana. 
I'.. S. ; M. S.. 1876. Born, May 1. 1844. in Anderson. Principal of 
schools as follows ; 1873-74, New Maysville, Indiana ; 1874-75. Green- 
castle. Indiana : 1875-76. Jamestown. Indiana ; 1876-77, Cicero, Indiana ; 
1878-82, Goshen, Indiana; 1883-84. I'erkinsville, Indiana; 1884-85, Fisher- 
burg, Indiana ; 1885-86, Aroma. Indiana. Manufacturer of ground-slate 
blackboards and dealer in trustees' supplies. Married, March 15, 1876, 
to Miss Lou Landes, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

414. Marion McKinley Bovard, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1876; D. D.. 1887. DePauw University. Minister. Born, 
1847, in Alpha, Indiana. Brother of 479. 1873, entered the North In- 
diana conference; 1874, transferred to the California conference: 1876. 
to the Southern California conference ; 1880-91, president and professor 
of mental and moral sciences. University of Southern California. Married, 
1873. Miss Jennie Allen. (See 415.) Died, December 24. 1891. at his 
home in Los Angeles. California. 

415. Jennie Bovard (nee Allen). 

Los Angeles. California. 

B. S. : M. S. Born, 1854. in Greencastle. Professor of the English 
Language and History, University of Southern California. Married. Octo- 
ber 20, 1873. Lev. M. M. Bovard. (See 414.) 

416. Mary Nelson Buchtel (nee Stevenson). 

University Park, Colorado. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born. August 7. 185.".. in New Albany. Married, 
February 4, 1873, Rev. Henry A. Buchtel. (See 387.) 

417. Wiliam Story Bushnell. 

Lawyer. Monticello, Indiana. 
A. P..; A. M.. 1876. Born. September 22. 1852, in Urbana. Ohio. 
1874-75, principal of the High school of Mount Vernon, Indiana; 1S76-77, 
principal of the High school of Williamsport, Indiana : I88u — , trustee 
of public schools of Monticello. Indiana : 1886, prosecuting attorney 
Thirty-ninth Judicial Circuit. Indiana. Married. May 20, 1S85, Miss 
Anna B. Coen. 



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418. James Wesley Cook. 

Lawyer, Warsaw, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S76. Born, June 22, 1846, in Kosciusko county, Indiana. 
1884 and 1886, prosecuting attorney Thirty-third Circuit ; city attorney 
of Warsaw for three years ; at present county attorney. Married, July 
14, 1880, to Josephine B. Power. 

419. Henry Clay Darnell. 

Salesman. Miinc-ie, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born in Morton, Indiana. Three terms in the city 
council. Greencastle : 1889, removed to Muncie. Married, December 25, 
1873, Miss Lizzie A. Talburt. 

420. Jacob Edwin Demoret. 

Fisher's Switch. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1876. Born. April 29, 1S43, at Ross Ohio. Married, 
October 27, 18S6, Miss Flora Butterfield. 

421. Henry Fitch. 

Government Clerk, Washington. D. C. 

B. S. ; M. S.. 1876. Born. June 10, 1853, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 
1873-79. engineer for Dearborn county, Indiana ; 1874-83, cashier First 
National Bank, Lawrenceburg ; 18S1-83, lumber manufacturer ; 1885 — , 
clerk in office of Auditor for Postoffice Department. Washington, D. C, en- 
gaged in adjusting money order accounts. Brother of 434. Married, 
December 31, 1877, to Miss Alice M. Brewer. 

422. William Henry Gudgel. 

Lawyer, South Bend, Washington. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born, 1847, in Indiana. Two terms prosecuting 
attorney. 

423. Jacob Guettal. 

Teacher and Dealer in Books. Waldron, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S76. 

424. John Chalmers Hall. 

Kansas City, Missouri. 

A. P.. : A. M.. 1S76. Born. October 10. 1850, in Knightstown, Indiana. 
Salesman wholesale hat and fur house, Cincinnati ; 1880-86. partner in 
the wholesale and retail house furnishing company of Abernathy, Dough- 
erty & Hall ; 1886 — . head of firm J. C. Hall & Co.. Live Stock Commission, 
Stock Yards. Kansas, City. Married. September 2, 1880, to Miss Char- 
lotte E. Barton. 

425. Alice Hawk (nee Allen). 

Garvanza, California. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born. October 13, 1852, Greencastle. Married, 
February 3, 1881, to James K. Hawk. 

426. James Henry Hedges deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Book-keeper. Born. April 13, 1851, in Terre Haute. 
Seven years a school teacher ; book-keeper in wholesale hardware store ; 
1880-84, clerk in the office of the auditor of the Denver & Rio Grande 
railway ; 1887, assistant general passenger and ticket agent of the Chi- 
cago and Alton railroad, with headquarters at Denver. Married, Decem- 
ber 28, 1876, to Miss Carrie M. Lucas. Died, September 10, 1889, in Salt 



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Lake City, Utah. He was brought back and buried in Terre Haute. 
Widow's address : Terre Haute, Indiana. 

427. William Howard Hickman. 

Minister, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1876: D. D., 1880, DePauw University. Born, October 15, 
1844, in Kentucky. Served three years in Federal army ; 1S73. entered 
North-west Indiana conference and appointed to Ohauncev. Lafavette ; 
1875-77, Attica; 1877-80, Delphi; 1880-83, Frankfort; 1883-86. First 
church. South Bend ; 1886-89. presiding elder Crawfordsville district ; 
1889-93, president of Clark University, Atlanta, (ieorgia : 1804, pastor 
First M. E. Church, Terre Haute, Indiana ; 1888. delegate to General con- 
ference, New York : 1802, alternate to General conference, Omaha : 1806, 
delegate to General conference, Cleveland ; 1888-02-06, appointed by the 
General conference member of the Board of Control of Freedmen's Aid 
and Southern Education Society, Cincinnati : 1807-90. vice-chancellor ; 
1809 — . chancellor of DePauw University. Married. May 10. 1875, to 
Miss Eliza Ilougham, daughter of Prof. John Hougham, of Purdue Uni- 
versity. 

428. Edwin Sylvester Hopkins. 

Teacher, Jeffersonville. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1876. Born. January 24, 1846. in Covington. Kentucky. 
1873, professor ot natural science and classics, Franklin College. Frank- 
lin, Indiana ; 1874, assistant principal of High school. Jeffersonville, In- 
diana ; 1875-82. superintendent public schools, Jeffersonville ; 1882-84, 
assistant principal city High school, Jeffersonville ; 1884-86. superin- 
tendent of schools. Utiea. Clark county, and candidate for Congress. Third 
District, Indiana ; 1886-01, farmer in Bourbon county. Kentucky, and con- 
tributor of poems to Judge, Puck, Free Press, Courier-Journal, and maga- 
zines ; selections published in "Blades 'o Blue Grass." collection of poets 
and poetry of Kentucky, published by John P. Morton. Louisville, Ky. ; 
1892-93, builder: 1804. fruit grower and contributor to the press; 1895, 
superintendent of schools, Port Fulton, Indiana : 1897, principal of public 
schools, Burgin, Mercer county, Kentucky ; 1893, principal school. Buena 
Vista. Kentucky, and contributor to Arena, Boston, Mass. ; 1899-1000, 
principal district school No. 1. Lexington. Fayette county, Kentucky. 
Married, December 29. 1873, to Miss Mary Orissa Serugham, of Danville, 
Kentucky, who died January 28, 1898. 

429. Alfred Kummer. 

Minister, 80 South Sixth Street, San Jose, California. 

A. B. : A. M., 1876; D. D., 1889, Williamette University. Born, Sep 
tember 18, 1847, in Lehigh county. Pennsylvania. 1871-74. principal 
Greensburg High school : 1875-76. superintendent of public schools, Mt. 
Vernon, Indiana ; 1877-79, superintendent of public schools. South Bend ; 
1879, entered the North-west Indiana conference. Appointments: 1879- 
82, Congress Street and Chauncey, Lafayette ; 1882-85. Centenary church, 
Terre Haute; 1885-87, Crawfordsville; 1S87-92. First M. E. Church, Port- 
land, Oregon ; 1892, transferred to California conference ; 1892-97, First 
church. Oakland, California, 1897 — , San Jose; author of "The Sling 
of David," "A Wedding and the Escape," and other poems. Married, 
December 28, 1874, Miss Clara V. Jenkins. 

430. Jennie Wysong Leatherman (n£e Brown), deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born. 1854, in Putnam county. Indiana. Married, 
Jnlv 9, 1874, Charles M. Wysong, who died, April 12, 1882. Married, 
January 29, 1884, F. W. Leatherman. Died, April 27, 1884, in Rockville, 
Indiana. 



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431. Lycurgus Pummill McCormack. 

State Labor Commissioner, Room 122, State Capitol, Indianapolis, Ind. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born, January 17, 1846, in Danville, Indiana. 
Studied law and admitted to the bar, but never practiced ; engaged in 
newspaper work ; at present. State Labor Commissioner. 

432. M. Florence Miller (nee Burns), deceased. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1S76. Born. 1850. in Spencer, Indiana. Married, October 
20, 1874, Fred N. Miller. Died, January 15, 1885. 

433. Alonzo D. Mohler. 

Architect, Huntington, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1876. Born, 1848, in Harrisburg, Ohio. Brother of 642. 
1873-74, principal of High school, Muncie, Indiana ; 1874-81, superin- 
tendent of schools LaGrange, Indiana ; 1881-84, superintendent of schools, 
Lima, Indiana ; 1883-87, one of the editors and proprietors of the Herald 
(Daily and Weekly). Huntington, Indiana; 1S85-87, county superinten- 
dent, Huntington county, Indiana ; 1890-01, city editor Fort Wayne 
Gazette, Fort Wayne. Indiana. Married, January 1, 1874, Miss Sarah 
A. Davis. 

434. Hanna Virginia Shaw (nee Fitch). 

Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1876. Born, October 6, 1851. Married, July 31, 1873, 
Archibald Shaw. (See 407.) 

435. Henry James Talbot. 

Minister, Evansville, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1876 ; D. D., 1891. DePauw University. Born, January 
8, 1847, in Greencastle. 1873, entered the Indiana conference. Ap- 
pointments ; 1873, New Albany Circuit ; 1874. John Street, New Albany ; 
1875. Elizabeth Circuit ; 1S76, Corydon Circuit ; 1877. Martinsville ; 1880, 
Meridian Street, Indianapolis ; 1883, Centenary, New Albany ; 1884. 
Rockport District ; 1886, Centenary, New Albany ; 1888, Indianapolis 
District ; 1889, Trinity, New Albany ; 1894, presiding elder Indianapolis 
District; 1897, presiding elder Evansville District; 1900, pastor Trinity, 
Evansville ; 1888, delegate to General conference ; 1891, delegate to the 
Ecumenical conference of Methodism : 1889. elected trustee of DePauw 
University, and re-elected in 1892, 1895, and 1898 : also trustee of De- 
Pauw College, New Albany, Indiana; 1S93, president of New Albany 
Charitable Society ; 1896, delegate to General conference, also in 1900. 
Father of 1504. Married. September 23, 1875, to Miss Anna Elva Irvine. 

436. Newton Marshall Taylor. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. S.. 1876; LL. B., 1875, Bloomington Law School. Born, 
October 3, 1847, in Attica. Indiana. 1880-82, prosecuting attorney for 
nineteenth judical district. Married, August 11, 1875, to Miss Lou Ensey. 

437. John William Tomlinson. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1876. Born, December 11, 1S47, in Marion county, 
Indiana. Married, June 7, 1882, to Miss Minnie G. Shaw, who died 
February 7, 1894. 

438. Andrew Whitsitt. 

Lawyer, Harrisonville, Missouri. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1876. Born, February 1. 1852, in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky. 
1877, began practice of law ; prosecuting attorney of Cass county ; 



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Missouri ; now in active practice. Married. February 1, 1888, Miss Mary 
Tatum, of Glasgow, Mo. 

439. Albert Foster Wray. 

Lawyer, Shelbyville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S7C. Born, December 4, 1852. in Shelby county. Indiana. 
1874. graduated at Business Colege in Cincinnati ; 1878. admitted to 
the bar; 1882-92, prosecuting attorney of Shelby county, Indiana; 
1892-96, member of Indiana State Senate for district composed of Shelby 
and Decatur counties. Brother of 654. Married. August 14, 1889. to Miss 
May Armstrong, of Edinburg. Indiana. 



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440. Oscar Walter Ayer. 

Farmer and Stock Dealer, Staunton, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, December 9. 1849, in Ohio. 1875. deputy county clerk ; 
1876, county surveyor. Married. February 17. 1892. at Brazil. Indiana. 

441. John William Barnes. 

Business Manager, Richmond. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, 1847, in Ohio. Brother of 442. County superintendent ; 
proprietor and manager. The Evening Item, Richmond, Indiana. Married, 
January 9, 1879, to Miss Wyoma A. Brandon. 

442. George Dallis Barnes. 

Minister. Harrisburg. Saline county, Illinois. 
A. B. Brother of 441. 

443. Philip Schaffner Baker. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1877 : M. D.. 1879 ; Medical College of Indiana, Indian- 
apolis. Born. 1851, in Evansville. Indiana. Assistant superintendent of 
the Evansville public schools ; 1875-79, instructor in preparatory school 
of Indiana Asbury University : 1870-80. adjunct professor in science : 
1881-84. professor of chemistry and physiology ; 1884 — , professor of 
chemistry, Del'auw University : member of Indiana Academy of Science ; 
1886, member Der Deutscher Chemischen Gesellchaft. Berlin and member 
of the Chemical Society. Married. 1881, to Miss Lou E. Allen, of Green- 
castle, Indiana. 

444. Mary Lydia Berryhill (nee Hanna). 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, 1852. in Greencastle. Daughter of 78. Married. 1877, to 
John S. Berryhill. (See 411.) 

445. Albert Fletcher Bridges. 

Author, Journalist and Publisher, Colorado Springs, Colorado. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1877. Born, August 22, 1853, in Poland. Indiana. 
1874-81. pastor in the Indiana conference; 1881 — . editor and publisher 
of the Brazil Register; 1891. Author, journalist, and publisher, Colorado 
Springs. Colorado ; author of various pamphlets and a volume of poems 
(1898). Married. December 25. 1870, to Miss Ada Cracraft. 



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446. Mary Corliss Brown (nee Hoyt). 

Price Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

B. S. Born in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Instructor in English and 
Latin, Bartholomew Classical Institute, Cincinnati. Married, June 13, 
1882, to John L. Brown. 

447. Avery K. Carmichael. 

Lawyer and Teacher, Kankakee, Illinois. 

B. S. Born, 1S48. in Pennsylvania. 1874-75. principal of the North 
Sangamon Academy, Illinois : 1876-77, attorney-at-law and deputy pro- 
secuting attorney, Kentland, Indiana; 1878-83 principal of schools in 
Onargo, Illinois ; 1883-84, principal public schools. Greenville. Illinois ; 
1884-80, superintendent public schools, Fairbury, Illinois ; 1886, commer- 
cial traveler for a school supply house ; 1895 — , traveling agent for 
American Book Company, 521-531 Wabash Ave., Chicago. Married, Sep- 
tember 13, 1876, to Miss Cora L. Judd. 

448. Edward Theophilus Curnick. 

Minister. Lowell. Massachusetts. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1882 ; D. D., 1897. Born, September 23, 1851. in Chard, 
England. 1874, entered the Indiana conference. Appointments ; New 
Albany, Monrovia, Indianapolis. New Albany ; 1883. transferred to New- 
port, Kentucky conference ; 1886, transferred to New England confer- 
ence. Appointments : Uxbridge, Medford. Webster, Lowell, Boston ; 
author of "A Catechism on Christian Perfection," "A Cry from the 
Depths." Married. September 27, 1876, Miss Mary Georgia Aydelott, who 
died, 1884 ; married, February 18, 1886, Mrs. Mary F. Merrill, of Boston. 

449. John Thomas Dawson. 

♦Teacher, 125 Peabody Street. Nashville. Tennessee. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1874. Born, July 19, 1852, in Logan county, Kentucky. 
1874-84, teacher: 1884-85, agent Adams' Historical Chart; 1886-87. with 
Southwestern Publishing Company, Nashville. Married, January 26, 
1876, Misss Amelia A. Bourne. 

450. August Werneke Daniels. 

Real Estate and Loans, Minneapolis. Minnesota. 

A. B. Born, June 11, 1854, Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

451. William Darroch. 

Lawyer, Kentland. Indiana. 

B. S. Born. December 31, 1848, in Rockville, Indiana. Married. June 
23, 1878, Miss Emma V. Sammons. 

452. John S. W. Dean. 

Minister, Falls City, Nebraska. 

A. B., West Virginia State University ; A. M.. 1877, Indiana Asbury 
University ; S. T. B. and Ph. D.. 1882, Boston University ; D. D„ 1894, 
University of West Virginia. Born, March 7, 1848, in Upshur county, 
Virginia. 1874-79, professor of Latin and history. State College of 
Pennsylvania ; 1879-82. graduate student. Boston University ; 1882-83, 
traveled and studied in Europe ; 1884. represented Upshur county in West 
Virginia legislature ; 1885. pastor Tabernacle M. E. Church, Detroit, 
Mich. ; 1886. joined the Nebraska conference. Married, June, 1886, Miss 
Grace Marple, of Upshur county, West Virginia. 



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453. John Brewer DeMotte. 

Farmer, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1877 ; Ph. D., 1887 : DePauw University. Born, 1848, In 
Waveland, Indiana. 1874-84. principal of the Preparatory Department 
of Indiana Asbury University : 1875-82. adjunct professor of mathe- 
matics ; 1882-01, professor of physics. DePauw University ; lecturer, 
Redpath Lyceum Bureau, Boston : author of "The Secret of Character 
Building. Married, 1878, Miss L. Washburn. (See 550.) 

454. Joseph Tomsett Dobell. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, November 0, 1851, in Cincinnati, 1875-76. principal of the 
Gosport schools ; 1876-78, principal of the New Castle schools ; 1879-80, 
principal of the Greentown schools ; 1881-87, teacher in Evansville high 
school ; 1887. principal high school, Atchison, Kansas. Married, Novem- 
ber 5. 1874, Miss Alice Cooper. 

455. William Flynn. 

Physician, Marion, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1877 ; M. D.. 1876. New York. Born, 1850. New York 

City. 1874-77, studied medicine in Louisville, Brooklyn, New York City, 

and Europe ; professor in Medical Department. University of Indiana- 
apolls. 

456. Amandus Newton Grant. 

Lawyer. 410-420 Lemcke Building. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. : LL. B„ 1876, University of Michigan. Born. August 27. 1848. in 
Butler county. Ohio. Private in the service of the United States, being only 
16 at the close of the war, in 1865 : captain in State Militia for two 
years ; captain Howard Canton. No. 16. I. O. O. P.. three years : com- 
mander Kokomo Division No. 6. U. R. K. of P. : one year Grand Master 
I. O. O. F. ; 1886-87, Grand Representative from Indiana to Sovereign 
Lodge I. O. O. F., at Los Angeles, Cal., 1888. and Columbus. Ohio, 1889; 
Grand Master at Arms. Grand Lodge K. of P.. 1882 : organized a regi- 
ment for Spanish-American war and was elected Colonel, but regiment did 
not get into the service. 

457. William Nelson Hall. 

Minister. Tiffin. Iowa. 



A. B. : A. M.. 1S77 : B. D., 1880. Garrett Biblical Institute. Born. May 
7, 1S49, in Boone county. Indiana. 1873, entered North-west Indiana con- 
ference. Appointments: 1873. Bainbridge : 1874, Terre Haute; 1876, 
Bringhurst ; 1878. Dixon Street. Chicago : 1880. transferred to Iowa 
conference. Appointments : Lettsville. Marengo. Sigourney. Keosauqua, 
Burlington, Fort Madison and Tiffin. Married. August 24, 1875. Miss Kate 
Farrow. 

458. John Andrew Hawkins. 

'•College Pastor," Westfleld, 111. 

B. S. ; A. M..pro merito, 1878. Porn. March 16, 1855. in Greencastle. 
Indiana. 1870-80, studied philosophy and theology in Princeton ; 1881-83, 
studied theology in Union Theological Seminary. New York City ; 1886. 
admitted to the ministry in Drew Theological Seminary : 1880. ordained 
pastorates at Galton. and Westfleld. Illinois. Doing special work in 
"Christian Theism'* at Illinois Wesleyan University, for Ph. D. degree. 



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459. Charles Holmes. 

Merchant, Wichita, Kansas. 

A. B. Born, April 25, 1842, in Chainbersburgh, Indiana; postmaster 
and railroad agent at Hadley, Indiana : merchant and postmaster at 
Estacado, Texas. Married, January 9, 1879, Miss Mary E. Hollowell. 

460. Stephen Hunt. 

Thysician, Coatesville, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, June 17, 1845. in Friendship, North Carolina. Married, 
February 12, 1877, to Miss Minnie Risher. 

461. Thomas Mason. 

Minister, Siloam Springs, Arkansas. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1877 ; D. D., 1890, Paul Quinn College, Texas. Born, 
October 4, 1850, in Jasper county, Indiana ; 1874, entered North-west 
Indiana conference. Appointments : 1874-75, Burnettsville. Indiana ; 
1876-79, Congress Street, Lafayette ; 1880, West Lebanon ; 1881, Monti- 
cello : 1882-97, president of Philander Smith College, Little Rock ; 1897-99, 
principal Union High school, Little Rock ; 1899 — , president Arkansas 
Conference Collegiate Institute, Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Married, Aug- 
ust 21, 1872, to Miss Virginia Dell, deceased ; married, August 29, 1893, 
to Miss Rebecca M. Green, teacher in Fisk University, Nashville, Ten- 
nessee. 

462. Andrew Benson McClain, deceased. 

B. S. Born, 1843, in Clermont county, Ohio. 1874. removed to Knox- 
ville, Tennessee. Married, June 17, 1874, to Miss Fannie M. Donohue. 
Died, January 25, 1876, Knoxville. 

463. Lorenzo Dow McClain. 

Lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

B. S. 1885-93, special examiner, Pension Bureau. Married, to Miss 
Emma Jordan, who died in 1900. 

464. John Foster Morrison. 

Physician, Emporia, Kansas. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883 ; M. D., 1881, University of City of New York. Born, 
October 27, 1854, in Greencastle ; 1874-75. teacher of district school ; 
1875-79, teacher and principal in public schools in Terre Haute ; 1879-81, 
attended medical lectures in New York City ; 1881, began the practice of 
medicine ; 1882-87, in the firm of Bence & Morrison, Greencastle, Indiana ; 
1887, practicing medicine at Reading, Kansas ; moved to Emporia, Kansas, 
in September, 1895 ; county physician and secretary of county Board of 
Health, Lyon county, during 1898, '99. and 1900. Married, October, 1889, 
to Miss Jennie R. Patterson, of Charleston, Illinois. 

465. David Kirkpatrick Partlow. 

Lawyer. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, May 10, 1848, in Parke county, Indiana. 
Deputy prosecuting attorney Marion county, Indiana. Married, June 22, 
1880, to Miss Alice B. Hopkins. 

466. Kate Fisher Preston, deceased. 

B. S. Born, July 29, 1853. Died, May 12, 1879, in Indianapolis. 



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467. Hubert Marshall Skinner. 

521 Wabash Avenue. Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M. Born. January 15, 1S55. in Valparaiso. Indiana. 1874-79, 
student and journalist : 1879-80, professor of Belles Lettres and History, 
St. John's College. Little Rock. Arkansas ; 1880-83. superintendent of city 
schools at Brookville, Indiana ; 1883-86, deputy state superintendent of pub- 
lic instruction of Indiana and secretary of the State Teachers' Reading 
Circle ; 1886, correspondent of A. S. Barnes & Co.. and of American 
Company, publishers, Chicago. Author of "Our Superintendents of Public 
Instruction," "Outlines of Reading Circle Work." "Historical Chart of 
Indiana." "The Schoolmaster in Literature," "Readings in Folk-lore." and 
"The Schoolmaster in Comedy and Satire." Joint author (with John W. 
Ilolcombe) of "Life and Speeches of Thomas A. Hendricks" : author of 
"Asbury College Hymn," and "Alumni Songs of DePauw," (1897) ; origi- 
nator of "Lincoln Day" observances and compiler of "Lincoln Leaflets" 
(1S85). Married, August 16, 1880, to Miss Emily S. Ogden. 

468. Clarence Wirt Stephenson. 

Lawyer, Springfield, Missouri. 
A. B. ; LL. B., the Indiana University, 1876. Born, March 25. 1851, in 
Pendleton. Indiana. 1882-88, mayor of the city of Wabash : 1889, re- 
moved from Wabash. Indiana, to Springfield. Missouri. Brother of 810 
and 874. Married, May 28, 1879. Miss Fannie L. Town. 

469. Wilson Rodgers Stokes. 

♦Lawyer, Thorntown, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, 1848, in Parke county, Indiana. 

470. James Winfield Walker. 

Minister, South Bend, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S90. Born, 1851. 1874, entered North-west Indiana 
conference. Appointment: Zionville Circuit: 1875-78. in school of 
theology. Boston University ; 187S. entered the South Kansas conference. 
Appointments: 1878-81, Erie; 1881-88. Pleasanton ; 1S83-86, Cherokee: 
1886-89, Emporia ; 1889-92. corresponding secretary Laymen's Endowment 
Association, Baker University : 1892, professor biblical and ecclesiastical 
history ; 1895, transferred to North-west Indiana conference : 1895. Dan- 
ville, Indiana: 1S96, South Bend: 1899, visited Egypt, Palestine, Greece, 
France and England. Married, 1877, to Miss Emma J. Beck. 

471. William Oscar Wheeler. 

Theatrical Manager, 1440 Broadway, New York City. 
A. B. Born, October 11, 1854. in Highland, (now Staunton) Indiana. 
Married, August 19, 1S82, to Imogene Laws Shires, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

472. Deloss Monroe Wood. 

Minister, South Bend. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1877 ; D. D., 1898, DePauw University. Born. 1849, in 
Indiana. 1874, entered the Northwest Indiana conference: appointments: 
1874-75, Wea : 1875-78. Rossville ; 1878-81, Westville : 1881-84. Snawnee 
Mound: 1884-87, Delphi: 1887-90, Danville: 1890-91, Plymouth; 1891-97, 
presiding elder, Greencastle district: 1897-1900. Lebanon: 1900 — . South 
Bend. Married, June 25, 1S74, to Miss Emma Louise Farrow, of Green- 
castle. 

473. Charles Marion Wysong, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1877. Minister. Born, 1847, in rutnam county, Indiana 
Minister in North Indiana conference. Married. July 9, 1874, to Miss 
Jennie Brown. Died, April 12, 1882, in Fillmore, Indiana. 



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474. Andrew Henry Yount. 

Journalist, Chicago. Illinois. 
A. B. Born, September 17, 1851, in Tippecanoe county. Indiana. After 
graduation studied and practiced law in Lafayette, Indiana ; 1884, became 
a member of the editorial staff of the Morning News, of Chicago, now the 
Chicago Record, of which he has been the city editor since February, 1891. 
Married. October 22, 1874, to Miss Mary S. Williams. (See 475.) 

475. Mary S. Yount (nee Williams). 

Chicago, Illinois. 
B S. Born, May 19. 1853, in Jefferson county, Iowa. Married, October 
22, 1874, to A. H. Yount. (See 474.) 



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476. John Pleasant Allee. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M. Born, August 18, 1852. in Putnam county, Indiana. Mar- 
ried, December 27, 1875, to Miss Annie B. Hammond. 

477. Thomas Jefferson Bassett. 

Minister and teacher, Thorntown, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M. ; A. M. and Ph. D., 1887, on examination in Latin course, 
Syracuse University. Born, in Rushville. Yates county. New York, August 
9, 1848. 1875-81, instructor in ancient languages Indiana Asbury Uni- 
versity ; 1881-84, principal of Jennings Seminary. Aurora, Illinois : 1883, 
entered the Rock River conference and appointed to Naperville. Illinois ; 
1887, transferred from Rock River to North-west Indiana conference ; 
1884-85, professor of Didactics. DePauw University ; 1884-97. principal 
Preparatory School, DePauw : 1897. resigned and entered active work in 
Northwest Indiana conference ; 1897-99. pastor St. Paul's. Lafayette ; 
1899 — . Thorntown. Father of 1207. 1451 and 1521. Married. September 
14, 1874, to Miss Anna E. Ridpath, of Greencastle. Indiana. 

478. William Stewart Boston, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1878. Minister. Born, January 4, 1850. In Madison 
county, Indiana. Brother of 516 and 517. 1875-77. teacher in Pendleton, 
Indiana : 1877, entered North Indiana conference. Appointments : 1877, 
Anderson Circuit ; 1878. Spiceland ; 1880, Louisville ; 1882, Centerville : 
1885, Pierceton ; 1888, Market street. Logansport ; 1893. superannuated 
on account of failing health. Married. January 25. 1881. to Miss E. May 
McCarter. Died, July 25, 1894, at the home of his father, near Pendleton, 
Indiana. 

479. Freeman Daily Bovard. 

Minister and Editor. San Francisco. California. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1878: D. D.. 1890, DePauw University; Ph. D.. 1891, Illi- 
nois Wesleyan University. Born. 1853. in Alpha, Indiana. Brother of 
414. Vice-president and professor of mathematics in the University of 
Southern California ; 1887-93. presiding elder. San Francisco district ; 
superintendent Chinese Methodist Episcopal Missions, in California con- 
ference : 1900 — . editor California Christian Advocate, San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia. Married, 1875, to Miss Sallie North. 



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480. James Audubon Burhans. 

Lawyer, 115 Dearborn Street. Chicago, Illinois. 
A. P..: A. M., 1878; LL. B., 1877. Union (now*) Northwestern College 
of Law, Chicago, Illinois. Born, October 28, 1852, in LaPorte county, In- 



)rld*s Sunday School Convention, London, in 1889 ; 1899-1900, president 
ok County Sunday School Association ; president of trustees of Epworth 
ildren's Home. Married, October 7, 187'.). to Miss Jessie Pierpont 



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481. Thomas Coke Carter. 

Minister and Editor, Chattanooga. Tennessee. 
A. B. ; A. M. : D. D., DePauw University. Born, January 1. 1851, in 
Carroll county, Tennessee. One year principal West Tennessee Seminary ; 
four years president of Tullahoma College ; two years a missionary to 
China : editor Methodist Advocate, Chattanooga. Tennessee : 1884 and 
1888. member of General conference ; 1884. member of Centennial con- 
ference. Married. December 26, 1875, Miss Maggie Brown. 

482. Louis Scobey Cumback, deceased. 

A. P.. Merchant. Born, August 1. 1853. in Greensburg. Indiana. 1875, 
deputy clerk Decatur county. Indiana : 1875, deputy collector internal 
revenue Fourth district, Indiana ; 1875, manager wholesale department 
Western Methodist Book Concern. Cincinnati, Ohio ; 1883, Western repre- 
sentative of Hall, Sumner & Co.. Chicago, Illinois; 1883. dealer in books, 
stationary and art goods : 1886, traveling agent for D. Lothrop & Co., 
Boston. Massachusetts. Married, in 1877. Miss Lizzie Hopwood. who died 
June 12. 1885. Died, June 28. 1890, in Iowa City. Iowa; buried in Forest 
Hill Cemetery, Greencastle, Indiana. 

483. Lizzie Cumback, nee Hopwood ), deceased. 

P.. S. P.orn. August 12. 1854. in Filmore. Indiana. Married, 1877, 
L. S. Cumback. Died, June 12, 1885. at Greencastle. 

484. Harry Selwood Downey. 

Lawyer, Shelbyville, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1889. Born, in Rising Sun, Indiana. Entered practice 
of law : 1875-79, lawyer at Rising Sun ; 1879-83, at Shelbyville. Indiana ; 
1883-87. general attorney for the Louisville. Evansville and St. Louis 
Railway Company, at ■ Louisville, Kentucky; 1887-1900, General Claim 
Agent of the Gulf, Colorado and Sante Fe Railway Company, at Gal- 
veston. Texas: 1900 — . lawyer at Shelbyville. Indiana. Brother of 258. 
33::. 659 and I. — 118. 

485. M. Josephine Donnohue. 

Teacher, Greencastle. Indiana. 
P.. S. Born, in Greencastle. Indiana. 1881-86, teacher in public schools, 
Irvington. Indiana; 1884. president of the Chautauqua Circle, Irvington, 
Indiana : 1886-80, teacher in public schools of Franklin. Indiana : 1889-92, 
principal of the Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Dome school; 
organized three literary clubs, being the first president of each. 

486. Charles Albert Dryer. 

Lawyer. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1878. Born. December 15. 1853. in Hillsboro, Illinois. 
Brother of 487. 1883, master-commissioner of the Superior Court of 
Marion county, Indiana. Married, February !>, 1882. Miss Alice Ritter. 



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who died March 1, 1885 ; married, June 7, 1888, Miss Mamie A. Sloan, 
of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

487. John Lewis Dryer. 

Physician, Santa Anna, California. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1878 ; M. D., 1877, Cincinnati College of Medicine and 
Surgery. Born, October 22, 1S45, in Montgomery county, Illinois. Brother 
of 486. 1887, Post Graduate course in New York Polyclinic ; member 
of medical society of State of California ; 1892, president Orange County 
Medical Society ; president board of examining surgeons United States 
Pension Department. Married, November 10. I860, to Miss Harriet E. 
Baker, who died September 17, 1871 ; married, May 8, 1877, to Miss M. 
L. Alexander. 

488. Levi Henry Greer. 

Physician, Yorktown, Indiana. 

A. B. : M. D., 1S78, Jefferson Medical College, Louisville. Born, August 
19, 1850, in Aurora. Married, November 28, 1878, Minta E. Jones. 

489. William Alvin Greer. 

♦Lawyer, Auroraj Indiana. 

B. S. Born, January 22, 1857, in Aurora, Indiana. 

490. Hanson M. Grimes. 

Lawyer. North Platte, Nebraska. 

A. B. : LL. B., 1877, Iowa State University. Born. November 4, 1852, 
in Russellville, Indiana. 1883, member of the Nebraska legislature from 
Valley county ; 1884, register of United States Land Office, North Platte ; 
1895-99, district judge ; 1899 — . re-elected. Married, October 5. 1880, 
to Miss Mary McCracken, of Bedford, Iowa. 

491. George Hathaway. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. S. Born October 2, 1853, in Greencastle, Indiana. Married, October 
4, 1878, to Miss Alice M. McMurtry. 

492. Isaac Herr. 

Civil Service Commissioner, 139 North Boulevard, Oak Park, Illinois. 

A. B. Born. July 14. 1847, in Washington. Pennsylvania. Lawyer; 
Civil Service Commissioner. Residence, Oak Park, Illinois. Married, 
April 21, 1874, to Miss Amelia Woodmansee. 

493. Charles Fremont Hunt, deceased. 

A. B. Lawyer. Born, October 6, 1850. in Hendricks county. Indiana. 
Died, May 8, 1881, in Indianapolis, and was buried at Amo, Indiana. 

494. James Austin Ingram, deceased. 

B. S. Born, December 2, 1853, in Jeffersonville. Indiana. Engaged in 
practice of the law. Died, November 21, 1899, in Jeffersonville, Indiana. 

495. Albinus Alonzo Johnson. 

Minister and Educator, Longmont, Colorado. 
A. B. ; A. M. ; 1879 ; D. D., 1888, DePauw University. Born, February 
8, 1852, in Lexington, Indiana. 1875, pastor Third Street Methodist 
Episcopal church. Indianapolis ; 1877, pastor Wesley Chapel. Madison. In- 
diana ; 1878-79, professor of theology in the New Orleans University ; 
1880, pastor in Fort Worth, Texas: 1881-85. editor Texas Methodist Ad- 
vocate, and presiding elder of the Dallas district, Austin conference ; 1885, 



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elected president of Texas Wesleyan College : 1880, elected president of 
Fort Worth University ; 1800, transferred to Colorado conference and ap- 
pointed pastor of First M. E. Church, Cheyenne, Wyoming: 1801-97, presi- 
dent State University of Wyoming ; 1S07. on editorial staff Rocky Moun- 
tain Daily Xctcs, Denver. Colorado ; 1S08 — , pastor First M. E. Church, 
Longmont, Colorado. Married, November 10, 1875, to Miss Alice W. 
Thomas. 

496. Isaac Harvey Kalley. 

Lawyer, Sullivan. Indiana. 
B. S. Born. October 10, 1847. in Parke county, Indiana. Married, 
September 7, 1870, Miss Beall Thomas. 

497. Flora Laughlin (nee Turman). 

710 Jennings Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1878. Born, August 18, 1854, in Oreencastle. Married, 
October 27, 1881, Rev. Almon J. Laughlin, who died, February 7, 1884 ; 
married, November 13, 1805, to Rev. Edmund Garfield Laughlin. 

498. John Machlan. 

Minister, Greensburg, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M. ; 1870 ; B. D., 18S0, Drew Theological Seminary. Born, 
July 4, 1847, in Rush county, Indiana. Member of the Indiana 
conference. Appointments : Connersville Mission ; Asbury. Jeffersonville, 
Manilla, Arlington, Carthage, Milford, Maplewood. Rising Sun. Milton, 
Irvington, Westport. Moore's Hill, Greensburg. Married, November 20, 
1877, Miss Josie A. Fskew, who died February 10, 1800; married, Decem- 
ber 14, 1892, Miss Ella Day. 

499. Cornelius Huffer Martin. 

39 North Washtinaw Avenue. Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, December 10. 1847, in Ferrysville. Indiana. In U. S. 
postal service. Married, December 15, 1880, to Miss Marietta Horn, at 
West Lebanon, Indiana. 

500. James V. Martin, deceased. 

A. B. ; West Virginia State University : A. M., 1878. Indiana Asbury 
University. Teacher. Born. July 3, 1854, in Clarksburg. Virginia. 
Brother of 602, 6(57, 773 and 823. Principal Clark University. Atlanta, 
Ceorgia; superintendent of schools. Boonville. Indiana; teacher. High 
school. Indianapolis ; superintendent of schools. Greenfield, Indiana. Mar- 
ried. August 7, 1880. Miss Kate Cunning, of Bloomington, Indiana. Died, 
October 28, 1880, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

501. Noble Duncan Morris. 

Real Estate and Insurance Agent, New Albany, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, June 1, 1854, in New Albany, Indiana. 1877-S6, assistant 
postmaster at New Albany. Indiana. Married, April 28, 1887, to Miss 
Anna Belle Kepley, of New Albany, Indiana. 

502. Charles Augustus Murray. 

Lawyer, Denver, Colorado. 

B. S. Born. 1851. in Geneseo, New York. 1875-77, teacher in High 
school, Connersville, Indiana ; 1S78-8H. deputy prosecuting attorney ; 1881- 
82. member and secretary of the board of trustees of the public schools, 
Connersville, Indiana ; 1882-84, master commissioner of the Fayette Cir- 
cuit Court; 1884-88. mayor of Connersville. Indiana. In August, 1890, 
removed to Denver. Colorado ; since 1800. member of the law firm Stuart 
Bros. & Murray. Married. October 22. 1870, Miss Olive Hurst. 



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503. William David Parr. 

Minister, Kokomo, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1880 ; B. D., 1878, Drew Theological Seminary ; D. D., 
1891. Clark University ; D. D., 1899, DePauw University. Born, Novem- 
ber 10, 1854, in Big Springs, Indiana. Member of North Indiana confer- 
ence ; delegate to General conference. Methodist Episcopal church, 1896 
and 1900 ; member of Board of Control Epworth League, 1896-1900 ; trus- 
tee of DePauw University since 1894 ; re-elected to 1903 ; 1901 — , presiding 
elder, Kokomo district. Married. January 11. 1883. to Miss Cora Walton. 

504. Horace C. Pugh. 

Lawyer, 515% Ohio Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, September 12, 1852, in Terre Haute, Indiana. Brother of 
608. 1879. went to South America with the American flag ship "Shenan- 
doah ;" 1880, to Africa with the same ship ; 1886, city attorney of Terre 
Haute; 1889-91, U. S. Consul New-Castle-on-Tyne. England; 1891-94, 
U. S. Consul at Palerma, Sicily. Married, April 4, 1884, to Miss Mary J. 
McKeen. 

505. Walker Schell. 

Physician. Terre Haute, Indiana. 
B. S. : M. S., 1877. University of Michigan. Studied medicine in 
Miami Medical College, University of Munich, and in the general hospital 
in Vienna ; two years in Europe ; president Vigo County Medical Society ; 
president of Indiana State Medical Society. Married, December 20, 1883, 
Miss Carrie B. Cavins. 

506. Fannie Leyden Stephenson (nee Town). 

Springfield. Missouri. 

A. B. Born, September 11, 1856. in New Albany. Indiana. A sister 
of 250 : 1885. graduated in C. L. S. C. : 1889, removed from Wabash, In- 
diana, to Springfield, Missouri. Married, May 28, 1879, C. W. Stephenson. 
(See 468.) 

507. William Terrell. 

209 C Street, N-W, Washington. D. C. 

B. S. Born. August '9, 1854, in New Albany, Indiana. 1875-79, chief 
paymaster's clerk U. S. Army, and served in the Department of the Lakes 
and of Texas : 1879-81. connected with U. S. Postoffice Department ; 
1881-83, assistant treasurer U. S. Encaustic Tile Co.. Indianapolis ; 1883- 
90, in business at Indianapolis ; 1890-95, manager of the Chicago branch 
Witticomb Manufacturing Co., of Grand Rapids. Michigan : 1895-96. in 
business in New York City : 1896-98. secretary to Republican Executive 
Committee of Texas in Washington, D. C. : 1898 — , United States Treas- 
ury Department, Washington, D. C. Married. February 9. 1876, to Miss 
Martba Piersol. 

508. Reson Rynerson Vermillion. 

Lawyer, Wichita, Kansas. 

A. B. Born. November 24. 1850, in Putnam county, Indiana : 1875, 
removed to Iowa ; December. 1884, removed to Wichita. Kansas. Married, 
June 21. 1883, Miss Emma Goss. 

509. Zenas Webster, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born, 1852, in Clay county, Indiana. Died. September 
1, 1882, in Chicago ; buried in Sampson Cemetery. Clay county, Indiana. 



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510. Jesse William Weik. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, in Greencastle, August 23, 1857. 1882-85, 
special examiner of United States pension bureau ; 1886-89, co-author with 
William H. Herndon of "Life of Abraham Lincoln :" 1890-94, field in- 
spector United States postoffice department. Married, December 1. 1890, 
Miss Frances A. Hays, of Portland, Indiana. 

511. Newton Wray. 

Minister. Montgomery. New York. 
A. B. ; B. D., Drew Theological Seminary. Born, October 30. 1854. in 
Shelby county. Indiana. 1S79, city attorney, Greenfield. Indiana; 1880, 
entered the North Indiana conference, and appointed to Spiceland ; 1882- 
84, Walcottville ; 1884-87. student of Drew Theological Seminary : 1885, 
stenographer to Dr. J. M. Buckley, editor New York Christian Advocate; 
1887, graduated at Drew Seminary, and stationed at Bedford. New York ; 
1889, Lennox. Mass.; 1891, Kensico, New York: 1894. Pleasantville, New 
Y'ork : 1896, professor of Psychology and English Literature. Centenary 
Collegiate Institute. Hackettstown. New Jersey : 1897, Plattekill, New 
Y'ork ; 1899, Montgomery, New Y'ork ; author of "Fun and Finance — a 
Discussion of Modern Church Novelties, &c." Married. November 17. 1892, 
to Miss Mary Alma Gilbert. 



XXXVII. CLASS OF 1876. 



512. Alvah W. Adkinson. 

Minister, Long Beach, California. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1879. Born, May 2. 1851. near East Enterprise. Indiana. 
1876-78, professor of mathematics in Moore*s Hill College; 1878-79. pas- 
tor, Charleston, Indiana ; 1S79-80, pastor Moore's Hill, Indiana, and pro- 
fessor of ancient languages in Moore's Hill College ; 1S81-84, missionary, 
Ogden City, Utah : 1884-S8, pastor, Dakota conference ; 1888-90, acting 
president Dakota University: 1890-91, pastor, Watertown, South Dakota; 
delegate to General conference of 1892. from Dakota conference ; 1891-96, 
missionary, Albuquerque, New Mexico ; 1896. transferred to East Ohio 
conference and appointed to Mingo ; 1897, Lisbon ; 1898, transferred to 
Southern California conference and stationed at Long Beach ; 1899 — 
re-appointed. Married. January 2, 1878, to Miss Kate Cassell. 

513. Alice Botkin Bien, (nee Botkin). 

464 East Adams Street, Los Angeles, California. 

B. S. Born, August 23, 1853, in Butler county, Ohio. Married. June 
27, 1877, to W. H. Bien, of Lebanon, Ohio ; 1893, removed to California. 

514. Thomas Mayo Bosson. 

675 College Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, February 13, 1856, in White county Tennessee. Book- 
keeper in Bank of Commerce ; secretary and treasurer Walnut Mountain 
Lumber Company. La Follette, Tennessee ; also Knickerbocker Manufactur- 
ing Company. Married, October 20, 1886, Miss Susie Farrow. 



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515. William Bosson, Jr. 

Banker, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1882. Born, June 26, 1857, in White county, Tennessee. 
Cashier, Bank of Commerce, Indianapolis. Married, September 24, 1885, 
to Miss Maggie Hill. 

516. Charles Elliott Boston. 

Farmer. Pendleton, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1889. Born, January 1, 1857, in Madison county, Indiana. 
Stenographer in the office of the general superintendent of the Louisville 
and Nashville Railway. Brother of 478 and 517. 

517. James Grey Boston. 

Farmer, Pendleton, Indiana. 
A. B. ; M. D., 1879. Louisville Medical College. Born, November 27, 
1851. at Pendleton. Indiana. Brother of 478 and 516. Married. July 
17, 1S79, Miss Mary Emma Haycock. 

518. James Wesley Carver. 

♦Farmer and Local Preacher, Ida Grove, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1879 ; LL. B.. 1877. Simpson Centenary College. Born, 
May 2. 1854. in Parke county. Indiana. 1877, located at Boone, Iowa, 
engaged in law and insurance ; 1882, removed to Sidney, engaged in ab- 
stract business ; 1884, removed to Ida Grove, Iowa. Married, July 29, 
1879, to Louisa Webb. 

519. William K. Collins. 

Minister, Lebanon, Missouri. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1879. Born, October 1, 1S48, in Caroline county, Mary- 
land. Served in the One Hundred and Thirty-Second and One Hundred 
and Fifty-Third Regiments of Indiana Volunteer Infantry during the 
war ; appointments : Cambridge City and Mishawaka. Indiana ; Peoria, 
Brimfleld. Tiskilwa, and Kankakee. Illinois; Trinity. St. Louis; presiding 
elder, Sedalia District ; Clinton ; Howard Memorial M. E. Church. Kansas 
City, Missouri ; 1894-97. Trinity. Nevada. Missouri ; 1897-1901, Lebanon, 
Missouri. Married. April 26. 1876, to Miss Hattie E. Keene. of Elmwood. 
Kansas. 

520. James Logan Cross, deceased. 

A. B. Teacher. Born. May 16. 1853. Zionsville, Indiana. Died, March 
31, 1882. Buried at Crown Hill, Indianapolis. 

521. Joseph Crow. 

Lawyer, 1505 Farnham Street, Omaha, Nebraska. 

B. S. Born, April 21, 1856, in Greencastle. Indiana. 1881-86. city attor- 
nev for Greencastle, Indiana ; 18S6-87, district attorney, Cheyenne county, 
Kansas ; member of the law firm, Crow & Crow, Omaha. Nebraska ; 1894, 
elected representative twenty-fourth session Nebraska legislature ; 1896, re- 
elected to the twenty-fifth session : 1898, elected to the State Senate ; March 
1899, appointed postmaster at Omaha. Nebraska. Brother of 357 and 
601. Married, October 27. 1886, to Miss Helen E. Jennings, of Newcastle, 
Indiana. 

522. William Clarence Davidson. 

Minister, 60 East Fourth Street. Oswego, New York. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1879. Born. 1848, in Montgomery county, Indiana. 
1877-84, missionary to Japan ; United States consul in Hakodate, Japan ; 
professor of English and mathematics in Too Giguku College, Hirosaki, 



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Japan: 1878-82, presiding elder of the Hakodate district: 1882-84. presid- 
ing elder Yokohama district, and pastor of Union Church (English). 
Yokohama ; 1884. returned to the United States : 1885-87, pastor of First 
Church, Plymouth. Indiana ; 1887. returned to Japan ; 1888. Verona. New 
York : 18S9-91. Clinton. New York : 1891-95, Herkimer. New York ; 189G-97, 
Liberty Street. Rome : 1897-1900, Trinity. Oswego : professor of Compara- 
tive Religions in Folts' Mission Institute. 1894-90 : member of Asiatic- 
Society of Japan ; member of American Society of Comparative Religions. 
Married. 1870. to Miss Mary C. McDaniel. who died May 21, 1884 ; mar- 
ried. September 10, 1880. to Miss Helen Marr Oakes. B. S. 

523. Bayard Sylvan Gray. 

Editor, Frankfort., Indiana. 

B. S. ; LL. B.. 1891, Lake Forest University. Chicago. Born. July 8. 
1855. in New Madison, Ohio. 1887. admitted to the Randolph county 
(Indiana i bar: 1881-85, published the Portland (Indiana) Sun; 1885-89, 
postmaster at Portland ; 1890. graduated Chicago College of Law ; 1890-91, 
president Law College Alumni Association : 1893-95. clerk United States 
Legation in Mexico ; 1890. located in Frankfort, Indiana : 1900-O1, presi- 
dent Indiana Democratic Editorial Association : June, 1901, delegate to 
National Editorial Association. Buffalo ; July. 1901, representative to 
Grand Lodge of B. P. O. E„ Milwaukee ; now editor. Daily and Weekly 
Crescent, Frankfort, Indiana. 

524. William Alpheus Gregg. 

Journalist, Willard, Nebraska. 

B. S. ; M. S. Born. June 12. 1854, Greenwood. Indiana. Married. 
July 15. 1880. to Margaret E. Street. 

525. Jeremiah Harvey Johnson. 

Land and Loan Ajjent, Oskaloosa. Kansas. 

B. S. Born. Januarv 22. 18-">4. in Hendricks count v, Indiana. Married. 
August 22, 1878. Miss Mary E. Smith. 

526. Estelle Hinkle Langworthy, (n§e Hinkle). 

San Diego. California. 

B. S. Born, June 12. 1855. in Sullivan. Indiana. Teacher in the fol- 
lowing schools: 1870-77. High school. New Lebanon. Indiana: 1S78-79. 
grammar school. Worthington, Indiana : 1S79-80, primary department. 
Sullivan. Indiana : 1891. removed to San Diego. California. Married, 
May 11, 1SS0, G. W. Langworthy. Jr. 

527. Sarah Torr Layman (nee Torr). 

Fourteenth and Clark Streets. Des Moines. Iowa. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1879. Born. November 13. 1852. in Putnam county. In- 
diana. Teacher in public schools in Indiana and Ohio. Married, March 
9, 1881, J. P. Layman. 

528. John Stafford McMillin. 

Roche Harbor. Washington. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1879. Born. October 28. 1855. in Tippecanoe county, In- 
diana. 1877-84. attorney-at-law. Lafayette; 1884. removed to Washing- 
ton Territory : president and general manager of the Tacoma and Roche 
Harbor Lime Company : 1892. elected one of the first Presidential electors 
of the new State of Washington. Married. June 5. 1877. Miss Louella 
Hiett. 



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529. Cyrus Wheeler McPherson. 

Minister, Fishkill-on-Hudson, New York. 

A. B. ; B. D., 1880, Drew Theological Seminary. 1876, entered North 
Indiana conference: stationed on Kokomo Circuit: 1877. stationed at 
Centerville ; 1877. entered Drew Theological Seminary : 1880, entered Vir- 
ginia conference and stationed in Norfolk ; 1880, transferred to New York 
conference : appointments : 1880, Sixty-eighth Street Methodist Episco- 
pal Church. New York City: 1882. Delhi. New York; 1883, Warwick, New 
York ; 1885, Stoekbridge, Massachusetts : 1887. Sheffield. Massachusetts ; 
1889, Highland Mills, New York : 1802, Eddvville, New York ; 1894, Lee, 
Massachusetts : 1899, Fishkill-on-Hudson. Married, September 13, 18S2, 
Miss Katharine A. Benson, of Newark. New Jersey. 

530. James Scott Sims. 

Minister. Lexington. Kentucky. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1S86. Born. October 30. 1850, in Ohio. 1876, joined 
Kentucky conference of the M. E. Church. South : appointments : 1876-78, 
Vanceburg ; 1878-82. Stanford : 1882-86. Flemingsburg : 1886-89, Shelby- 
ville : transferred to Western Virginia conference, and stationed ; 1S89-93, 
I'arkersburg. W. Va. : 1893-95. Ashland, Ky. ; transferred to Kentucky 
conference and appointed : 1895-98. Maysville ; 1898 — , Lexington. Mar- 
ried, May 1, 1878, Miss Mary Lovel. of Maysyille, Kentucky. 

531. Harvey Sutherlin. 

♦Minister, Meeker, Colorado. 

A. B. Born. March 10. 1853, at Kussellville. Indiana. Preached one 
year in Indiana ; 1877-79, taught in Colorado : 1879-84, taught and 
preached in Florida : 1884, returned to Colorado with the view of recover- 
ing his health ; 1894, pastor at Meeker, Colorado. 

532. Frederick Terrell. 

Physician, 320 Travis Street, San Antonio, Texas. 

A. B. : M. D., 1880, Harvard. Born. March 31, 1856, in Lafayette. In- 
diana. 1880-81, resident physician in Rhode Island Hospital. Providence ; 
1881, practicing physician and surgeon in San Antonio. Texas : 18S5, 
member of the American Medical Association, and in 1887, of the Inter- 
national Medical Congress : member Harvard Medical Alumni Association, 
and of the Harvard Graduates' Magazine Association : member of Board 
of Health. San Antonio. Texas : treasurer of D. S. Board of Pension Exam- 
iners ; director and secretary. San Antonio Club : chairman Bexar County 
Republican Executive Committee. Married, September 6, 1882, to Miss 
Marion Clement. 

533. Charles Elliott White. 

Minister, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1879. Born. February 1. 1853. at Crawfordsville, Indiana. 
1876-80, teacher, two years principal High school. Edinburgh, Indiana; 
1880, entered the North Indiana conference of the M. E. Church. Married, 
March 27, 1884, Miss Julia Frances Shafer. 

534. Charles McCormick Zion. 

Attorney-at-Law, Lebanon. Indiana. 
A. B. Born. September 7, 1854. Lebanon, Indiana. Admitted to the 
bar of Boone Circuit Court, and afterwards to the bar of State Supreme 
and Appellate Courts, and also to the Federal Court of Indiana ; prosecut- 
ing attorney. Twentieth Judicial district. Married, February 1, 1879, to 
Miss May Clements, of Boone county. Indiana. 



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XXXVIII. CLASS OF 1877. 



535. James Calvin Baiker. 

Minister, Chandler, Oklahoma. 
A. B. Born. February 3, 1850, near Thorntown. Indiana. 1877-80. 
taught in Boone and Clinton counties. Indiana ; 1SS0, joined Northwest 
indiana conference and stationed at Pittsburg; 1881. removed to Arkan- 
sas and appointed to Amity ; principal Harrison Seminary ; Yellvllle. Van 
Buren and Magazine circuits : then removed to Indian Territory and served 
South Canadian. Catoosa. Sac and Fox Circuits, Stroud, Chandler, and 
Parkland : at present supernumerary and engaged in business. Married, 
January 1, 1884. to Miss Alice L). Trantham. 

536. George Washington Barnett. 

♦Minister, Casej-. Clark County, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1SS0 : B. I).. Garrett Biblical Institute. Born, November 
24, IS 45, at Hartford. Kentucky. Member of the Illinois conference. 
Married, to Miss Mattie Needham. 

537. Martha Barnett (nee Needham). 

*Art Teacher. Casey, Illinois. 
Ph. P..: A. M., 1880. Born. July 11, 1849, at Millerstown, Kentucky. 
Studied art. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. Married, to 
G. W. Barnett. 

538. Alice Beall (nee Knight). 

Teacher. Frankfort, Indiana. 
B S. Born. July 19, 1858. in Albia. Iowa. 1S77-S4. teacher in the pub- 
lic schools, Greencastle. Married, June 10, 1884, Frank Bea'.l. 

539. Amos Bennett. 

*Teacher, Archer City, Texas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1880. Born. April 3, 184S. near Livermore. Kentucky. 
Three years professor of mathematics. South Carrollton Academy, Ken- 
tucky ; two years a teacher at Hartford, Kentucky, and one year at Green- 
ville, Kentucky ; one year principal of Livermore Academy : nine years 
principal Parker Institute. Whitt, Texas ; 1804. principal Archer City 
(Texas) schools. Married, 1879, Miss Luanna Townes. 

540. Patrick Henry Bodkin. 

Minister and Editor, 404 East Adams Street, Los Angeles, California. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1887. Born. November 11, 1831, in Ireland. Travel- 
ing preacher in the Methodist Episcopal church; four years (1878-82) in 
the Iowa conference, and three years in the Austin conference : 1882-83 
Fort Worth, and in 1884, Dennison, Texas ; 1885-86, Ontario, California 
1886-91, editor and publisher Southern California Christian Advocat 
1887, Alumni poet of Del'auw University ; 1892. resumed work in the 
Southern California conference ; at present, editor and publisher of 
California Independent. Married, January 31, 1879, Miss Bella E. 
Botkin. (See 541.) 

541. Emeline* Arabella Bodkin (nee Botkin). 

Los Angeles, California. 
A. B. Born, May 25. 1856. in Ohio. Conference secretary and organizer 
of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of Southern California. Mar- 
ried, January 31, 1879, to P. H. Bodkin. (See 540. J 



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542. Henry Willard Bowers. 

Teacher, Union City, Indiana. 
A B ; A. M.,1880. Born. October 13, 1851, in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
1877-83, principal of the Winchester High school ; 1883-S7, superintend- 
ent of the schools of Randolph county, Indiana ; 1887-92, superintendent 
city schools, Portland. Indiana; 1892-96, superintendent of schools, Win- 
chester. Indiana ; 1896 — , superintendent schools, Union City, Indiana. 
Married, September 30, 1885, to Miss Ella Bowen. 

543. Henry Hubley Brighton. 

Lawyer, Fairfield, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1894. Born, November 17, 1850, in Mansfield, Ohio. 
1878-79, superintendent of schools. Kentland. Indiana ; 1880-81, student 
of law ; 1882 — , attorney-at-law, Fairfield. Iowa ; United States Revenue 
Inspector during Harrison's administration ; city alderman of Fairfield ; 
member Lower House Iowa Legislature for three sessions ; 1900-1903, 
senator from 28th General Assembly District. 

544. Isaac Gardner Brown. 

St. Louis, Missouri. 

A. B. Born, November 24, 1844, in Friendship, Guilford county, North 
Carolina. Read law and admitted to bar in Indiana ; passed examina- 
tion before Supreme Court and admitted to practice in State of Ohio ; 
abandoned law on account of health : architect and builder in Barnes- 
ville, Ohio ; 1886, removed to St. Louis ; engaged in mercantile pursuits 
with Queen Diamond Packing Company ; two years treasurer of Parker 
Mercantile Company ; stockholder and plantation manager of the Mis- 
souri Coffee Growers' Association, owning 5.500 acre coffee ranch in 
Oaxaca, Mexico, — probably remove there in 1901. Married, to Mrs. Lida 
Acton, of Barnesville, Ohio. 

545. Maggie Bruner (nee Purviance). 

Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, January 12. 1854. in Fountain City, Indiana. Married 
April 9, 1878, M. W. Bruner. (See 304.) 

546. Alma Burton (nee Holman). 

Orleans, Nebraska. 
A. B. : A. M., 1880. Born. 1855, in Noblesville, Indiana. 1877-79, princi- 
pal High school. Huntington, Indiana; 1880-82 and 1883-84. studied 
French and German in Paris, Goettingen and Dresden ; 1882, instructor 
in modern languages, Stamford Female Seminary, Kentucky; 1882-85, 
professor of modern languages and literatures in DePauw University ; 
1893, trustee of the Nebraska Wesleyan University. Married, November 
26, 1S85, Mr. George W. Burton, who died October 4. 1900. (See 355.) 

547. George Webster Corwin. 

Merchant, 1001 Olive street St. Louis, Missouri. 
A. B. Born. October 21. 1852. in Bainbridge, Indiana. Married. 
November 14, 1877, Miss Eflie Bridges. 

548. Samuel Clinton Coulson, deceased. 

Ph. B. Lawyer and Merchant. Born. September 18, 1855. Sullivan, 

Indiana. Practiced law until 1S86. when he engaged in the dry goods 

business. Married, 1882, Miss Julia Davis. Died, January 28, 1891, at 

Sullivan, Indiana. 



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549. Richard Henry Crouch. 

Life Insurance, Brazil.. Indiana. 

B. S. Born. 1835, in Putnam county, Indiana. Civil engineer and 
teacher, 1877-02 ; superintendent of agencies Western Indiana and 
Southern Illinois General Agency Mutual Life Insurance Company of 
New York. Married, December 27, 1882, to Miss Anna E. Wheeler. 

550. Leiia Laura DeMotte (nee Washburn). 

Greencastle.. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.,1880. Born. 1855, in Newport. Indiana. Married 1S78, 
John B. DeMotte. (See 453.) 

551. John H. Doddridge. 

Minister, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1880 ; B. D., 1878. Drew Theological Seminary ; D. D., 
1S03, Baker University. Born. August 24. 1845, in Union county, Indiana. 
1878, entered the South-east Indiana conference ; 1878-70, pastor at Ma- 
nilla : 1870-80, president of Moore's Hill College ; 1880-82. pastor Centen- 
ary charge. Greensburg. Indiana ; 1S82-85. pastor of Fletcher Tlace church. 
Indianapolis, Indiana: 1885-88, Connersville, Indiana ; 1888-00. pastor Wall 
street, Jeffersonville, Indiana ; 1800-03, Columbus, Indiana ; 1803-05, Sey- 
mour ; 1805-00, Bloomington ; 1800 — . presiding elder, I'.Ioomington Dis- 
trict. Indiana : 1802 — . trustee of Del'auw Universitv. Married, August 
21, 187S, to Miss Elizabeth R. Brashers. 

552. Anna Downey. 

Evangelist, Evanston. Illinois. 

A. M. ; A. M.. 1880 ; S. J. B.. 1803. Born. 1855, in Greencastle. Indiana. 
1881-82, professor of didactics in Iowa Wesleyn University ; 1882-83, pro- 
fessor mathematics in same ; 1S83-84. instructor in English literature in 
preparatory department of DePauw University : 1884-85. instructor in 
(Jreek and English literature in the same : 1886, pastor M. E. church, 
Kewaunee. Illinois ; 1887-03. evangelist : 1803-07, Illinois state superin- 
tendent evangelistic work ; 1895 — , national evangelist of W. C. T. U. 

553. George Washington Faris. 

Lawyer, Terre Haute. Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1887. Born. June 0. lsr,4. in Indiana. 1878-80. teacher 
in Colorado ; 1880. attorney-at-law : 1804. elected representative in Con- 
gress of eighth congressional district of Indiana : in 1805. the State was 
was reapportioned for congressional purposes, and he was elected, in 
180G. from the new Fifth district, and reelected in 1808 : in 1000 de- 
clined to stand for renomination. Married. May 28, 187S, to Miss Anna 
Claypool, of Indianapolis. 

554. John Samuel Goodwin. 

Lawyer. 1184 LaSalle Street, Chicago. Illinois. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1880. Born March 10. 1858. in Edinburgh. Indiana. 



l± Septeuiufi . jlooo, reinoveu iaj I'auviiif. iiuuuis . xw\j. reuiuveu i»> 

Chicago, and formed partnership with Gen. John C. Black, under Arm 
name, Black & Goodwin ; general counsel, Sioux City Traction Com- 
pany. Son of 137. brother of 765, nephew of 1. Residence. 5540 Cornell 
Avenue. Chicago. Married, October 7, 1S80, to Miss Mary E. Forbes, of 
Danville. Illinois. 



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555. Charles Henry Haines. 

Minister, Blanchester, Ohio. 

A. B. : B. D.. 1880, Drew Theological Seminary. Born. July 2(5, 1851, 
in Hillsboro, Ohio. 1S80, principal of the Rosemond (Illinois) public 
schools ; 1878-79, tutor in Indiana Asbury University ; 1880, entered Cin- 
cinnati conference ; 1880-83, pastor of Wright's Chapel, Cincinnati ; 1883- 
85, Groesbeck : 1885-90, Delhi : 1890-93. Broadway, Dayton : 1893-97, 
Franklin ; 1897-98, Monroe ; 1898 — , Blanchester, Ohio. Married, August 
26, 1S80, to Miss Olive C. Bruner. 

556. Walter Parks Hanna. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, March 16. 1850. in Greencastie. A son of 78 : brother of 
444. Clerk in Indianapolis Postofflce. Married, May 20, 1891, to Miss 
Elinor Howard Vestal, of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

557. Lillie A. B. Hays (nee Farrow). 

Greencastie, Indiana. 

B. S. Born. August 30. 1S56. in Putnam county, Indiana. Married, 
October 6, 1881. S. A. Hays. (See 394. J 

558. Emery Rankin Hiett. 

Lawyer, The Nasby, Toledo, Ohio. 

A. B. : A. M., 1881. Born. November 14, 1852, in Sugar Grove, Indiana. 
Secretarv and attornev of the People's Savings. Loan and Building Com- 
pany, of Toledo, Ohio.* Married, May 1, 1882, to Miss Ella F. Hiett. 

559. Caleb Valentine Jones, deceased. 

B. S. ; M. D. Born. February 27, 1855. in Covington, Indiana. Physi- 
cian and Surgeon. 1877-78. attended Rush Medical College, Chicago. Illi- 
nois ; 1878-79, Indiana Medical College : member of the Medical Society of 
the State of California. Married, April 22, 1879. Miss Sulie J. Farrow. 
Died, September 2, 1805, in Mountain View, California. 

560. John Elam Keene. 

Peoria. Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1880. Born, March 28, 1853, in Loudon county, Virginia. 
1877, entered the Northwest Indiana conference: appointments: 1877, 
Harmony ; 1878, Bellmore ; 1878, transferred to Central Illinois con- 
ference ; appointments : 1878. Elba Center; 1880, Kewanee ; 1882, Peoria. 
On account of failing health, located in 1884, and engaged in the in- 
surance business. Is now manager of the Western agency of the ^Etna 
Life Insurance Company, at Peoria, Illinois. Married, June 6, 1877, Miss 
Eva M. Murray, who died December 21, 1878 ; married, September 9, 1880, 
Miss Lalla R. Robinson, who died November 30, 1886 ; married, August 
8, 1894, Mrs. Florence M. Murry. 

561. Robert Floyd Kerr. 

Teacher, Brookings, South Dakota. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1880. Born, April 12. 1850. in Sugar Grove, Indiana. 
1879. superintendent of schools in Newton county. Indiana ; professor 
of English and mathematics. Native College (Too Gijuku College), 
Hirosaki, Japan ; 1881, civil engineer on Toledo. Cincinnati & St. Louis 
Railway; 1882-84, teacher and surveyor, Blair, Nebraska; 1885-89, pro- 
fessor of political economy, and principal of preparatory department of 
Dakota Agricultural College, Brookings ; 1889, professor of political 
economy in Agricultural College of South Dakota ; 1895-98, superintendent 
of schools in Brookings county, South Dakota ; 1899 — , principal Prepara- 



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tory Department and Librarian, Smith Dakota Agricultural College, Brook- 
ings ; Institute conductor ; 1901, director State Historical Society, South 
Dakota. 

562. John Wilson Knox. 

Teaacher, Conn I'. O., Illinois. 

A. B. : A. M., 1SS8. Born, July 4, 1850, in Clark county. Illinois. 1877- 
7S. teacher in Goshen, Indiana; 1879-80, teacher in Clark county, Illinois; 
1SS0-80, teacher in Vigo County, Indiana. 

563. Anna L. Morrison. 

The Denison, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, July 7, 1856. in Greencastle. Indiana. 1877-70, teacher 
in public schools of Greencastle : 1889-95, care of father ; 1803. director 
of School of Domestic Science in Elizabeth Gamble Deaconess Home in 
Cincinnati. Ohio: 1897-98, manager of Associated Charities in Muncie, 
Indiana ; 1S00. officer in Industrial School for Girls. Indianapolis. In- 
diana. Pernimanent address, Greencastle, Indiana. Sister of 464. 

564. Jay H. Neff. 

Journalist., Kansas City. Missouri. 
B. S. Born, July 6, 1854. in Hartford City, Indiana. 1877-78, teacher 
in Carpentersville. Indiana: 1879-81, attorney-at-law, Peru, Indiana; 
1881-82. attorney-at-law, Kansas City, Missouri ; 1882, journalist. 1S86 — , 
editor and publisher of Daily Drovers' Telegram, Kansas City, Missouri; 
1896, Republican nominee for Congress, Fifth Missouri District. Married, 
1887, Miss Ellen Ward, of Winchester, Indiana, who died in 1801 ; mar- 
ried, Sarah M. Green, 1806. 

565. Ada Mallie Olliver. 

Burnap Block. San Diego. California. 

A. B. Born, March 22, 1855, in Warsaw, Kentucky. 

566. Cawson Potts, deceased. 

B. S. Farmer. "Born. December 2, 1856, near Ingleflekl. Indiana. 
Taught seven years in the district schools : 1880-04. township trustee. 
Married, December 15. 1878, Miss Jennie Hall, of Greencastle. who died 
April 16. 1886; married. December 28. 1887. Miss Ollie Hammer, of Ingle- 
field. Died, December 28, 1884, at his home near Inglefield. 

567. Edward Barrette Rawls. 

Minister. 1530 Park Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. S. ; D. D., 1800. DePauw. Born. July 16. 1854. in Conneisville, In- 
diana. Member Southeast Indiana conference ; appointments : Wilming- 
ton. Indianapolis. Greensburgh, first charge ; Edwin Ray church, In- 
dianapolis ; presiding elder Indianapolis District, Indiana conference ; 
member of General conference of 1000. Married, October 21, 1870. to Miss 
Addie E. Scott. 

568. Silas Tevis Richman. 

rhysician. Chicago. Illinois. 
A. B. ; M. D.. 1883. Medical College, of Indiana: M. D.. 1800. North- 
western University Medical School. Born, May 25. 1852, in Indiana. 
Two years principal public schools. Jamestown. Indiana : two years teacher 
in public schools. Columbus. Indiana: valedictorian class 1883, Medical 
College of Indiana ; 1883. began practice of medicine. Columbus, Indiana ; 
1885. removed to Princeton, Kansas: 1802, student. Chicago Post Graduate 
Medical School ; 1803. moved to Chicago : member of Chicago Medical 
Society : member American Medical Association. Married. October 3. 1878, 
Miss Ella J. Baker. 



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569. Ada Rogers (nee Adamson). 

Covington, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, 1S56, in Covington. Married, 1878, to Y. M. Rogers. 

570. Mary J. Sheridan. 

Teacher, Jacksonville. Illinois. 
B. S. Born, September 15, 1851. in Frankfort, Indiana. Sister of S72 
and 873. 1878-80, teacher in institution for the education of deaf and 
dumb, in Flint, Michigan; 18SO — , in Jacksonville. Illinois; 1900, on leave 
of absence to recruit health. Sister of 872 and 873. 

571. James Hinkson Siddall. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1880. Born. November 21, 1850. in Indianapolis. Mar- 
ried. December 5, 1877, to Miss Florence O. Shaffer. 

572. Leonidas E. Smedley, deceased. 

A. B. Lawyer. Born. February 5. 1857. in Greencastle. 1877, teacher 
in Putnam county ; 1881-89. superintendent of public schools of Putnam 
county. Married. September 6. 1881, to Miss Mattie A. Wysong. Died. 
June 8, 1892, in Greencastle, Indiana. 

573. Isaac H. Smith. 

Journalist, Arkansas City, Kansas. 
A. B. Born, October 19, 1853, Knox county. Indiana. Teacher, mer- 
chant and journalist ; now connected with The Traveller, of Arkansas 
City. Married, March 25, 1884, Miss Carrie B. Eekert, of Lebanon, Illi- 
nois. 

574. Lewis Simpson Smith. 

Minister, Delphi, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, January 24, 1851, in Hendricks county. Indiana. 1877-S0, 

local preacher and teacher in public schools, Hendricks county, Indiana ; 

1880, entered Northwest Indiana conference. Appointments : 18S0-81. 
Dayton ; 1881-84, Bringhurst : 1884-87, Romney ; 1887-90. Shadeland ; 
1890-94, Montmorenci ; 1894-99, Plymouth ; 1899 — , Delphi. Married, 
May 5, 1881, to Miss Ella Tincher. 

575. Milton J. Stair. 

Lawyer, Denver, Colorado. 

A. B. Born, October 30, 1852, in Tippecanoe county, Indiana ; 1883, 
clerk of the Superior Court, Denver. Married, May 7, 1878, to Miss Ida 
M. Obenchain. 

576. William Fleming Stillwell. 

Lawyer, Lafayette, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, 185G, in Cincinnati. 1877. began study of railway and 
telegraph law ; 1S79, attorney for American Union Telegraph Company, 
for Indiana and Illinois ; 1880. local attorney at Lafayette for Louisville, 
New Albany and Chicago Railway ; 1881. assistant general solicitor for 
the same ; manager of the wholesale and retail business of Henry Taylor 
Lumber Company, which position he still occupies. Married, October 21, 

1881, to Miss Sallie B. Taylor, who died, April 25, 1898. 

577. Horace Webb Tingley. 

Electrician, 932 Catalpa Street. St. Louis. Missouri. 
Ph. B. Born, June 16. 1854. Greencastle. Son of 46. School teacher, 
civil engineer ; 1883-88, superintendent of the Kansas City Bridge and 
Iron Works ; 1888, superintendent of the Chicago Bridge Works ; 1S92, 



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mechanical and electrical expert. St. Louis : 1894. contractor : superin- 
tendent St. Louis Electric Railway. Married, March 21, 1S88, Miss Ilettie 
Steele. 

578. Thomas Albert Uzzell. 

Minister. 131 Mary Street. Denver. Colorado. 
A. B. Lorn, March 12. 1848. in Lebanon, Illinois. 1877, transferred 
from Southeast Indiana conference to Colorado conference. Appoint- 
ments : 1877. Fair Play : 1878. Leadville : 1881, Pueblo : 1882, North 
Denver: 18S3. Georgetown: 1885 — . pastor of the People's Tabernacle, 
Congregational church. Denver. Colorado: 18S3, chaplain of Colorado 
Senate : 1887. chaplain of House of Representatives : 1S89. re-elected 
chaplain of the House : 1889, appointed delegate to the National conference 
of Charities and Corrections at San Francisco, California. Married, 
December 9, 1879, to Miss Etta Vincent. 

579. Ella C. Vivian (nee Carpenter). 

Garrett. Indiana. 
R. S. Born. 1855, in Warsaw. Indiana. 1880-81, taught in Warsaw; 
1883-84, taught in Garrett; 1890-94, principal of High school. Garrett, 
Indiana : engaged in business in Garrett. Indiana. Married. January 1, 
1885, to William Vivian, who died. September 7, 1S89, in California. 

580. Francis Asbury Walker. 

Lawyer. Anderson. Indiana. 
A. B. Born. July 16, 1851, in Anderson. Engaged in practice of law. 
Married, December 16. 1SS0, to Miss Josephine McNeill. 

581. M. Agnes Walker (nee Fisher). 

Rockport. Indiana. 
A. B. Born. 1858. in Greencastle. 1877. teacher in High school. Rock- 
port : 1878-80, teacher in public schools, Greencastle. Married, 1880, to 
Fred Walker. 

582. Kate Webb, deceased. 

A. B. Born. September 28. 1856. in Glenn's Valley, Indiana. 1879-80, 
teacher in public schools, Greencastle : 1882. teacher in public schools, 
Topeka. Kansas. Died, February 24, 1883, in Indianapolis, and was buried 
at Glenn's Valley. 

583. William L. Wharton. 

New Cumberland. Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1880; M. D.. 1882. Medical College of Indiana. Born, 
June 10, 1851. in New Cumberland. 1877-78. principal of the Upland 
schools : 1878-79, principal of the New Cumberland schools ; 1879-80, 
superintendent of the public schools of Jonesboro. Married. June 26. 1877, 
to Miss Alice A. Chaney. 

584. David Henry Worthington. 

Physician, Hampton, Virginia. 

B. S. : M. D.. 1S79. Rush Medical College. Chicago. Born. March 11, 
1851, in Iowa City. Iowa. 1883. assistant surgeon of the Chicago, Rock 
Island and Pacific Railway ; 1883, delegate to Iowa State Medical Society ; 
member of the Iowa State Medical Society. Des Moines Valley Medical 
Society, and the East Iowa District Medical Society ; 1883. delegate to the 
American Society of Microscopists. Chicago : 1884. delegate from the 
Iowa State Medical Society to American Medical Association, Washington. 
D. C. ; member of the American Medical Association: 1890, graduate of 
the Tost Graduate Medical School of Chicago ; 1892, located at Hampton, 



120 DePauw University. 

Virginia : member of the Medical Society of Virginia ; member of National 
Association of Railway Surgeons : member of Board of Examining Sur- 
geons for Pensions, National Soldiers' Home, Virginia. Married, Decem- 
ber 4, 1890., to Miss Lora E. Harvey. 

585. Madge Woods (nee Donnohue). 

Martinsville. Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M.. 1S94. Born July 12. 1S55, in Greencastle. Teacher 
in Latin and elocution in Miss Higbee's High-school, Memphis, Tennes- 
see. Married. October 13. 1881. Rev. J. W. Harris, who died. June 11, 
1891 ; married, Mav 23, 1894, to Frank Ward Woods. 



XXXIX. CLASS OF 1878. 



586. William Marion Akin, Jr. 

Pork Packer, Evansville, Indiana. 
B. S. ; A. M., 1882. Born 1S55, in Carlisle, Indiana. Married June 
30, 18S6, to Miss Tillie Schleter, of Evansville. 

587. Charles Edgar Bacon. 

Minister, Indianapolis. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1881 ; D. D., 1894. Born October 4, 1855, in Muncie, 
Indiana. 1S79. entered North Indiana Conference : appointments : 1879, 
Jonesboro ; 1881. Farmland : 1882, Mishawaka ; 1885, first church, Rich- 
mond : 1888, Wabash ; 1891, transferred to Indiana conference and 
appointed to Trinity, Evansville ; 1897. Roberts Park. Indianapolis ; 1900, 
delegate to General Conference. Father of 1582. Married, January 1, 
1879, to Miss Finetta V. Wiggs. 

588. Charles Samuel Baker. 

Lawyer, Columbus, Indiana. 

B. S. ; LL. B., 1881, Central Law School. Indianapolis. Born, Decem- 
ber 12. 1855, near Azalia. Indiana. Junior member of the firm of Stan- 
sifer & Baker ; 1892. Republican candidate for judge of the appellate 
court. Married October 27, 1887, to Miss Frances Arnold, who died 
July 6, 1895 ; married, June 27, 1899, to Miss Lulu B. Brevoort, of 
Columbus, Indiana. 

539. Myrtle A. Bassett (nee Nebeker), deceased, 

B. S. Born, November 10. 1S5G. in Clinton. Indiana. Married, 1876, 
to O. T. Bassett. Died, September 20, 1882, in Clinton, Indiana. 

590. James Watson Beck. 

Physician, Kellogg, Iowa. 
B. S. : M. D.. 1881, Iowa State University. Born April 0, 1858, in 
Indiana. Married, September 26, 1883, to Miss Alice Ludwick. 

591. Orlando Roland Bellamy. 

Teacher, Cheyenne, Oklahoma Territory. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1881. Born. 1856. in Switzerland county, Indiana. 
Brother of 164 and 185. Principal of the public schools in Oswego and 
Independence. Kansas ; professor of mathematics in college at Pierce 
City, Missouri ; principal of public schools at Cheyenne, Oklahoma ; per- 
manent address, Brenham, Texas. 



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592. Eddy Morris Campbell. 

Banker, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; LL. B„ 1881, University of Michigan. Born. August 3, 1856, 
in Winchester, Indiana. Manager and proprietor of the Springfield 
Abstract and Investment Company: associated with the banking house 
of C. II. Venner & Company, of New York and Boston : member of bank- 
ing firm. Campbell, Wild & Company, Indianapolis, Indiana. Married, 
August 20, 1878, to Miss Emma Wild. 

593. Isaac Carter. 

Lawyer, Shelbyville, Indiana. 

A. B. Born. August 18, 1851, near Versailles, Indiana. 1878-80, 
teacher ; 18S0-S2, law student. Married. October 18, 1882, to Miss Mary 
1. Reynolds. 

594. Charles Catherwood Culmer. 

Minister. Milo, Iowa. 

B. S. ; A. M.. 1882. Born, May 21. 1840, in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 
Brother of 596. 1878, entered the Kansas Conference : appointments : 
Meridian. Louisville. Kansas, Seranton and Louisville : Ellensburg. Wash- 
ington. Coupeville. Meridian, Seranton. De Soto. Tonganoxie, Westmore- 
land and Louisville, in Kansas: Fllensburgh, Chehales and Coupeville, 
in Washington : Blockton. Columbia, Shannon City and Milo. in Iowa. 
Married, February 23, 1875. to Miss Laura F. Hainey. (See 505.) 

595. Laura Frances Culmer (nee Hainey). 

Milo, Iowa. 
B. S. Born. February 21. 1840. in Ilarrodsburgh. Indiana. Married 
February 22, 1874, to Rev. C. C. Culmer. (See 504.) 

596. Stephen L. Culmer. 

Minister. Anita. Iowa. 

B. S. ; A. M.. 1S87. Born. August 26, 1853, in Springville. Indiana. 
A brother of 594. 1881, entered Indiana Conference; appointments: 
Freelandsville, Springville, French Lick, Orangeville. Lanesville, Mauck- 
port and Oakland City, Indiana : 1888, transferred to Des Moines Con- 
ference ; appointments: Silver City. Russell. Mt. Ayr. North Milo. Prom- 
ice City, Weldon and Anita. Iowa. Married, September 11, 1S78, to 
Miss Alice Fairley. 

597. Chauncey Rose Hammond. 

Station Agent. San Diego, California. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1881. Born. October 20. 1857, in Greencastle, Indiana. 
1878-82, farmer; 1882-83. local freight office, C. O. & S. W. Railway, 
Louisville; 1884-85. agent Louisville. New Albany & Chicago Railway. 
Monon, Indiana ; 1885-80, station agent same road, Greencastle ; 1889-94. 
agent same road, Lafayette: 1894, San Diego, California. Married, 
October 20, 1880, to Miss Anna Gertrude Hollingsworth. 

598. James William Harris, deceased. 

A. P..; A. M.. 1881. Minister. Born, May 7. 1843. near Terre Haute. 
Indiana. Member North-west Indiana Conference: appointments: 187S, 
Covington; 1880. Crawfordsville : 1882. Thorntown ; 1SS5. Michigan City; 
1890, elected superintendent Soldiers" and Sailors' Orphans' Home. 
Knightstown. Indiana. Married. October 13. 1881, to Miss Madge Dono- 
hue. Died, June 11. 1801. in New Orleans, Louisiana; buried in Forest 
Hill Cemetery. Greencastle, Indiana. 



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599. Matthias Addison Hester. 

Teacher, Marion, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, April 29. 1852. in Edinburgh. Indiana. 
Brother of 663. Married, August 0, 1883, to Miss R. Adelle Walker. 

600. Suella Hopwood. 

Merchant, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. Born. 1S56. in Putnam county, Indiana. A sister of 483. Pro- 
prietor of book store. 

601. Mary Elizabeth Kiibourne (nee Crow). 

Omaha, Nebraska. 

B. S. ; M. S., 18S2. Born. June 3, 1860. in Greencastle. Indiana. Sis- 
ter of 357 and 521. 1879-81. teacher in public schools Greencastle, 
Indiana. Married. March 13, 1887, at Bird City, Kansas, to Edward 
\V. Kiibourne, C. E. 

602. John Erian Martin. 

Lawyer, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

Ph. B. ; A. M., 1SS1. Born, November 30, 1856, in Meadville, Penn- 
sylvania. A brother of 500. 667, 773. and 823. 1883-87, County and 
Probate Judge, Langlade county, Wisconsin : 1887-90, district attorney ; 
1890-98. member of Board of Education ; 1895-99, district attorney ; 
1899 Municipal Judge Langlade Court ; United States Court Commis- 
sioner, Eastern District Wisconsin. Married, December 27, 1882, to Miss 
Hatie J. Golden, of Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

603. Olin Asbury McFarland. 

Lawyer, Danville, Illinois. 

A. B. ; LL. B., 1880, Union College of Law. Chicago. Born, 1856, in 
Maine. Married, August 11, 1881, to Miss Mary B. Fletcher. 

604. Melville Winans Miller. 

Civil Engineer, LaFayete, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1881. Born. June 23. 1856, in LaFayette. Married, 
November 15, 1SS1, to Miss Amy Cook Puett. 

605. Mary Vye Newman (nee Nickey). 

Spokane, Washington. 
A. B. Born, March 19, 1858. in Quincy, Ohio. 1878-89, druggist, 
Muncie, Indiana. Married, June 12, 1889, to Dr. D. C. Newman. 

606. Phila O'Neil (nee Long). 

*327 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1881. Born, 1858, in Hartford, Illinois. 1878. teacher 
in the public schools. Salem. Indiana ; 1881-83, principal of preparatory 
department in DePauw Female College. New Albany, Indiana : 1883-84, 
merchant in Greencastle ; 1884-89. merchant in Louisville, Kentucky. 
Married, August 1, 1889. to J. W. O'Neil. 

607. Reba Peck (nee Pierce). 

No. 335 W. Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia. 
A. B. Born, 1S56, in Fort Wayne. Married 1879, to Dr. F. H. Peck. 



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608. George Edward Pugh. 

Lawyer, Terre Haute, Indiana. 

Th. B. Born. June 18. 1857, in Terre Haute, Indiana. Brother of 
504. 1883, city attorney for Terre Haute. 

609. James Reeder 

Lawyer, Hays City, Kansas. 
B. S. Born. 1850, in Farke county, Indiana. 1879-81. clerk of Ellis 
county, Kansas : 1889-91, member of Legislature of Kansas : 1891, clerk 
of United States Court of Private Land Claims for the adjudication of 
Spanish and Mexican land titles, in Colorado. New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, 
and Wyoming. 

610. Henry Silas Renick. 

Merchant, Greeencastle, Indiana. 
B. S. : A. M.. 1881. Born, October 9, 1S57. in Greencastle. Com- 
pleted the commercial course in Eastman's Business College. Poughkeepsie. 
New York: 1880-81, deputy treasurer Putnam county; 1SS6-90, deputy 
city treasurer. Greencastle, Indiana. Married, October 12. 1882, to Miss 
Mary H. Williams. 

611. Charles Elmore Scott. 

Physician. Goddard. Kansas. 
P.. S. ; M. D., 18S0, Central College of Physicians and Surgeons. Indian- 
apolis. Born. June 18, 1858. in Gosport. Indiana. Married, April. 13, 
1885, to Miss Charlotte Whateley, of Riverside. Cincinnati. 

612. Alfred Mead Shields. 

Physician, Rochester, Indiana. 
B. S. : M. D.. Ohio Medical College. Cincinnati. Ohio. Born February 
4, 1S55, in Fulton county, Indiana. Married, 1882, to Miss Lizzie Miller. 

613. Marion Emory Smith. 

Editor. Auburn. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1881. Born, 1851, in Milton. Indiana. 1878-81, principal 
of public schools of Osgood Indiana; 1881-82. principal of the high 
school of Brookville : 1883-84. druggist. Covington : 1884-88, principal of 
public schools. Kingston : 1889. publisher Record. Butler. Indiana ; 1895, 
publisher of World, Jeffersonville. Indiana : 1896-99. principal of schools. 
Moorefield : 1899. editor of Auburn Dispatch and senior member of the 
firm of Smith & Higley. proprietors of the Auburn Dispatch and the But- 
ler Record. 

614. John Wallace Springer. 

Lawyer and Financial Agent. Boston Building. Denver. Colorado. 
A. B. Born, July 1G. 1859, in Jacksonville, Illinois. Traveled exten- 
sively in Europe and America : 1881, admitted to the bar in Illinois ; 
clerk of the Committee on Territories in the House of Representatives in 
the Fiftieth Congress; member of Thirty-seventh General Assembly. Illi- 
nois, from thirty-seventh senatorial district : 1891, removed to Dallas, 
Texas, and established law office ; secretary and director of Continental 
Land and Cattle Company: 1890, removed to Denver. Colorado: 1897, '98, 
'99, 1990. president National Live Stock Association of the United 
States. Married, June 17, 1891. to Miss Clifton E. Hughes, at Dallas, 
Texas. 

615. Albert Trogdon Summers. 

Lawyer, Decatur. Illinois. 
A. B. Born. December 21, 1857. in Paris, Illinois. Married. October 
18, 1881, to Miss Helen M. Pegram. 



124 DePatjw University. 

616. Carrie Barton Talburt, deceased. 

A. B. Music teacher. Born, September. 1858. Waveland, Indiana. 
1879-80, studied music and German in Cincinnati ; 1883, completed Chau- 
tauqua course ; 1885-86, taught music in Attica. Indiana 1886-92. taught 
in Paris, Illinois. Died. January 29, 1S93. in Wichita. Kansas ; buried in 
Forest Hill Cemetery, Greencastle. Indiana. 

617. James Henry Taylor. 

Physician, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1890; M. D.. 1878, Indiana Medical College (valedicto- 
rian of class). Born, 1852, in Greencastle. 1S79-80, prosector of anat- 
omy and curator of museum. Medical College of Indiana ; 1SS0-84, assist- 
ant demonstrator of anatomy : 1884-S9. demonstrator of anatomy ; 1889, 
professor of diseases of children ; 1884-90 visiting physician to Indian- 
apolis Orphan Asylum ; 1880-83 medical examiner-in-chief of Endowment 
Bank, Knights of Pythias of the world ; 1888-89, member board of alder- * 
men, Indianapolis. Married, September 13, 1881, to Miss Lelia E. Kern. 

618. Tucker Woodson Taylor, deceased. 

A. B. Born, December 22. 1854, in Greencastle. Indiana. A brother 
of 617 and 619. Teacher of German and French in the Forest Hill Acad- 
emy, Anchorage. Kentucky ; private secretary to Hon. W. C. DePauw ; 
private secretary to Dr. J. C. Ridpath. Died, May 4, 1901, at Greencastle, 
Indiana. 

619. William Washington Taylor, deceased. 

A. B. Merchant. Born, 1857, in Greencastle. A brother of 617 and 
618. Died, September 1, 1883, in Indianapolis, and was buried in Forest 
Hill Cemetery, Greencastle. 

620. Rolla L. Thomas. 

Physician, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1SS1 ; M. D.. 1880, Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati. 
Ohio. Born, in Harrison, Ohio. 1887. tilling the chair of theory and 
practice in the Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio. Married, 
July 1, 1SS0, to Miss Sallie B. Cook. 

621. Emma Belle Young (nee Blake). 

927 Riverside Avenue, Evansville, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, July 14, 1859, in Perkinsville, Indiana. Married, August 
10, 1887, to Dr. G. M. Young. 



XL. CLASS OF 1879. 



622. James Austin Boatman. 

Minister, Keokuk. Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1882. Born. February 7. 1848. in Jessamine county 
Kentucky. Appointments : 1879, Louisa, Kentucky ; 1880-82, Augusta ; 
1883, Tolesboro ; 1883, transferred to Iowa Conference ; appointments : 
1S83, Moulton, Iowa ; 18S6, Newton : 1887, Albia ; 1889, Brooklyn ; 1893, 
Washington : 1894, Bloomfleld : 1895, Fairfield ; 1898. Keokuk. Iowa ; 
author of "The Holy Mother." a poem, and "Paido-Theology." Mar- 
ried August 15, 1S72, to Miss Josephine Wheeler, of Breckenridge county, 
Kentucky. 



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623. Orson Hollcway Brooke, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1882. Lawyer. Born, 1859, in Indiana : 1879-81, president 
Paxton Collegiate Institute; 1881-82, instructor in Latin in preparatory 
department DePauw University : 1882-83, student of law in University of 
Michigan : 1884-1901, attorney in Chicago ; 1889, elected president Hoard of 
Directors Union School District No. 8. Chicago. Married, June 22, 1886, 
to Miss Lulu P. Smith, of Valparaiso, Indiana. Died, April, 1901, in 
Chicago. 

624. Emery Hollister Brooke, deceased. 

A. I!. ; A. M., 1882. Minister in Arizona. Lost in the mountains in 
New Mexico. 

625. David Walker Calfee. 

Minister, Manchester by-the-Sea. California. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1882. Born, 1832, in Fayetteville. Arkansas. 1870, 
pastor and teacher. Tiptonville. New Mexico ; 1880, Las Vegas. New Mex- 
ico ; 18S0, assistant superintendent American Bible Society for Arizona; 
1881-82. pastor St. Paul's M. E. Church. Globe. Arizona ; 1S83-84. pastor 
in Pinal ; 1884-S6, Pastor in Phoenix : 1887, pastor in Globe. Arizona ; 
1887-89, pastor Turlock. California ; 1880-00, Sonora : 1891, Brentwood ; 
1S02-04. Amador City; 1894-97, Yolo: 1807, Manchester-by-the-Sea. Mar- 
ried. June 24, 1879, to Miss Ada Neville. 

626. John Franklin Carson. 

Lawyer. 1121-27 Law Building. Indianapolis. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1SS2. Born, June 20, 1854. in Southport, Indiana. 
Brother of 922. Married. December 10, 1883, to Miss Adelaide Pressly. 

627. Benjamin Franklin Corwin. 

Lawyer, Greencastle. 
A. B. ; A. M., 18S2. Born, December 4, 1859, in Bainbridge. Indiana : 
a brother of 547 and 628. 

628. Mary Corwin. 

Artist. The Blacherne, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. October 21, 1858, in Bainbridge. Indiana. A sister of 
547 and 627. Instructor in Art Institute for Deaf. 

629. Newland T. DePauw. 

Manufacturer. New Albany, Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M., 1SS2. Born, September 5. 1856, in Salem, Indiana. A 
s-on of the founder of DePauw University ; brother of 658 : past eminent 
commander of New Albany Commandery Knights Templar ; president 
New Albany Manufacturing Company ; 1882-83, president DePauw Alumni 
Association ; director and member of Executive Committee American 
Window Glass Company. Married, October 15, 1870, to Miss Carrie Akin, 
of Evansville, Indiana. 

630. Marshall F. Depew, deceased. 

B. S. ; M. D.. 1880, Medical College of Ohio. Cincinnati. Born, June 4, 
1855, in Danville, Indiana. Physician and Surgeon in Wichita. Kansas, 
until his death. Married, June 7. 1883, to Miss Eva Hoadley. Died, 
December 20, 1895, in Danville, Indiana. 

631. Alonzo Sheridan Fay. 

Lawyer, Tratt, Kansas. 
A. B. Born, October 8. 1857. in Virginia, Illinois. Practicing law and 
in real estate and ranche business. Married, May 25, 1885, to Miss Mary 
B. Axline. 



126 DePauw University. 

632. Ellison Fish. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, October 17, 1857, in Sharpsville, Indiana. 

633. Frank Lucas Hall. 

Wholesale Merchant, Kansas City, Missouri. 
IMi. B. ; A. M.. 1882. Born, May IS, 1856, in Knightstown, Indiana. 
Vice-president of the Abernathy Furniture Company, manufacturers 
and wholesalers. 

634. Arthur Clinton Hamilton. 

Walnut Hills. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. B. Born, in Greenfield, Indiana. With Cincinnati Coffin Company. 

635. Lewis Daniel Hayes, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 188G. Journalist. Born. 1849, in Attica. Indiana. 
1S80-81, traveled in Europe ; 1880-81, Paris correspondent of the Chicago 
Times: 1882-86 chief editorial writer on Indianapolis Journal. Died at 
Indianapolis, December 28, 1886. Buried at Attica, Indiana. 

636. Olin E. Holloway. 

Physician, Knightstown, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S89 ; M. D.. 1881, Medical College of Indiana. Indian- 
apolis. Born, April 19, 1856, Richmond. Indiana. 1885 — , physician and 
surgeon to the Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home ; 1889, post 
graduate course in New York Polyclinic ; 1890-92, lecturer on diseases of 
children, Medical College of Indiana. Married, October 22, 1884, to Miss 
Maud M. Furgason, of Knightstown, Indiana. 

637. Frederick William Lord, deceased. 

Ph. B. : LL. B., 1880, University of Michigan. Lawyer. Born. Sep- 
tember 27, 1858, in Waverly Illinois. Practiced his profession in Kansas 
City, Missouri, Springfield and Danville, Illinois. Married, October 20, 
1881, to Miss Emma Henry. Died, January 11, 1895, at his father's 
home, Springfield, Illinois. 

638. Augustus Lynch Mason. 

Lawyer, 38 Fitzgerald Building, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1882. Born, February 10. 1859, in Bloomington. Indi- 
ana. Author of "Romance and Tragedy of Pioneer Life." 1890-93, dean 
school of law, DePauw University ; 1893-97, president Citizens' Street 
Railroad Company, Indianapolis. Married, January 25, 1S93. Miss Annie 
D. Porter. 

639. John Fletcher McClure. 

Lawyer, Anderson, Indiana. 
A. B. Born in Brookville, Indiana. 1883-84, principal high school, 
Anderson. Indiana ; 1886-88. Mayor of Anderson ; 1891-92. councilman of 
Anderson ; 1894-96, city attorney of Anderson ; 1S96 — , circuit judge. 

640. Delilah E. Miller. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born., 1859, in Putnam county, Indiana. 

641. Orion E. Mohler. 

Editor, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1882. Born. February 9, 1855, in Lockington, Ohio. 
Brother of 433. City editor of the Huntington Democrat ; editor of the 
Huntington daily and weekly Herald; editor Fort Wayne daily Gazette. 



The Alumni. 127 

642. Ellen Morgan (nee Hoyt). 

Price Hill, Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Ph. B. T.orn in Greencastle. A sister of 446 and 00.". 1879-82, 
teacher in Greencastle : also in Bartholomew's English and Classical 
School, Cincinnati. Married, John Davis Morgan. 

643. Wesley Smith Morris. 

Lawyer. Colorado Springs, Colorado. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1882. Born. November 20, 1850, in Harrison eountv, 
Ohio. 1880-84, resided in Rushville. Indiana : 1884-93, at Wichita, Kan- 
sas ; 1889-93. county attorney of Sedgwick county : 1894, at Colorado 
Springs. Colorado ; at present, city attorney, Colorado Springs. Married 
June 18, 1S7S, to Miss Sarah M. Boling. 

644. William Irwin Overstreet. 

Merchant, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. Born May 9, 1857, in Spencer, Indiana. Married. December 8, 
18S0, to Miss Ida O. Allen, deceased. 

645. Alice Porter (nee Downey). 

Teacher, Baldwin, Kansas. 
A. B.. ; A. M., 18S2 ; Ph. D., 1S99. Cornell University. Born, 1856 in 
Greencastle. 1S79-80. teacher in public schools. Frankfort, Indiana ; 
1880-83, instructor in English literature and rhetoric in preparatory 
department, DePauw University: 1892-93, instructor in preparatory de- 
partment, Del'auw University ; 1893-95, graduate student Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca New York ; 1895-96 instructor in English literature in the 
Academy of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois : 1896-97, in- 
structor in English Literature Wellesley, Massachusetts : 1897-99, special 
student at Radcliffe College and Harvard University : 1899 — . professor 
of English language and literature. Baker University. Baldwin. Kansas. 
Married, November 14, 1883, to Bev. Fred Porter, who died April 13, 1892. 

646. James Isaac Rhea. 

Iloldredge, Nebraska. 

A. B. Born. March 10, 1856, in Eminence, Morgan county, Indiana. 
1879, began the practice of law : 1893 — , postmaster of Holdredge, Ne- 
braska. Married, August 27, 1882, Miss Lynua A. Hodges, of Paragon, 
Indiana. 

647. William Richards, deceased. 

B. S. Lawyer. Born, January 12, 1858, in Spencer, Indiana. Died, 
April 6, 1891, at Spencer, Indiana. 

648. Martha Jane Ridpath. 

Teacher. Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1882. Born, August 6, 1855, in Putnam county. Indiana. 
A sister of 220. 266 and 347. 1879-80, teacher in public schools. Green- 
castle ; 1880-81. teacher in High-school, Spencer. Indiana; 1881-82, 
teacher in public schools, Greencastle : 1S82 — , principal of the High- 
school. Greencastle : 1883-S9, secretary Society of Alumni, DePauw Uni- 
versity ; 1889, president Society of Alumni. 

649. Ben Wade Ritter. 

Lawyer, Durango, Colorado. 
Th. B. ; A. M., 1882; LL. B„ 1880, Central Law School. Indianapolis. 
Born February 6. 1859, in Plaiufield, Indiana. 1890-94, register of United 
States Land Office at Durango, Colorado. Married, December 29, 1880, 
to Miss Jeanette Teeter. 



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€50. John Franklin Simison. 

Physician, Romney, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1SS2; M. D.. 1880, Rush Medical College, Chicago. Bom, 
September 1, 1859, in Romney, Indiana. 

651. Irving J. Smith. 

Minister, Meshoppen, Pennsylvania. 

B. S. Born, April 24. 1840, in Liberty Falls. New York. 1874, entered 
the North Indiana Conference. Appointments : 1874. Raysville ; 1876, 
Williamsburg; 1877, Larwill : 1870. Silver Lake; 1881. La Fontaine; 
1884, Mexico ; 18S6, transferred to Wyoming Conference and stationed at 
Danby, New York ; 1889, Berkshire ; 1892, Taylor, Pennsylvania ; 1893, 
Wyalusing, Pennsylvania ; 1897, Nichols, New York ; 1899-1001. Slaterville 
Springs, New York. Married, August 18, 1872, to Miss Georgia I. Boyce. 

652. Everet Ellmore Stroup. 

Lawyer, Shelbyville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1882. Born, December 15, 1855. in Waldron, Indiana. 
1870, began study of law; 1879. admitted to the bar; 1881, master com- 
missioner of Shelby county ; 18S5-89, city attorney of Shelbyville ; 1897- 
1901, State Senator. 

653. Paul Wilcox. 

Lawyer. 220 Broadway, New York. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S83. Lorn, 1858, in Rocheport, Missouri. Traveled 
extensively in Europe ; 1S80-82, student at Dresden. Leipsic and Berlin. 
Director in each of the following: Bank of Montclair, Thorne Typeset- 
ting Machine Company, secretary of Outlook Club of Montclair, New 
Jersey ; president Montcalm Golf Club : president New Y'ork National 
Land Association. Married, September 3, 1884, to Miss Mary Manly, of 
omaha, Nebraska. 

654. William Waldo Wray. 

Traveling Salesman, Shelbyville, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. February 18. 1857, in Shelby county, Indiana. Com- 
pleted the commercial course in Nelson's Business College, Cincinnati ; 
teacher in public schools of Shelbyville ; acting deputy auditor Shelby 
county ; bookkeeper, J. M. Randall & Son : salesman, Pearson & Wetzel, 
Indianapolis ; permanent address, Shelbvville, Indiana. Married, June 7, 
1899, to Miss Elizabeth Byers, of Shelbyville, Indiana. 



XLI. CLASS OF 1880. 



655. Rachel Benjamin (nee Sawyer). 

LaFayette. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, January 6, 1857, in LaFayette, Indiana. Married, Sep- 
tember 6, 1882, O. P. Benjamin. 

656. Lincoln Brooke. 

Real Estate Operator and Builder, 3600 Wabash Avenue, Chicago,. Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1883. Born, December 22, 1860, in Plymouth, Indiana. 
A brother of 623. Studied law in University of Michigan ; manager 
Central Investment Company, Palais Elysee, Chicago. Married, November 
30, 1886, to Miss Jennie B. Letherman, of Valparaiso, Indiana. 



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657. Melvin Beswick Davis. 

Lawyer, Beatrice, Nebraska. 
A. B. Born, April 24, 1850. in Summit Grove, Indiana. 1881. admit- 
ted to the bar, Newport, Indiana ; 1885. removed from Clinton, Indiana, 
to Beatrice, Nebraska ; 1896-1900, Judge of County Court. Cage county, 
Nebraska. Married, December 14, 1897, to Miss Ida A. Tew. 

658. Charles Washington DePauw. 

Manufacturer, New Albany, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, June 15, 1859. Salem. Indiana. A son of 

the founder of DePauw University ; brother of 029. Traveled thirteen 

months in Europe. Africa and Asia Minor ; in Monarch Tobacco Works, 

of Louisville, Kentucky. Married, February 22, 1888, in New York city. 

659. George Eddy Downey. 

Lawyer, Aurora, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1889. Born. 1800. in Rising Sun. Indiana. Brother of 
258. 333, 484 and L — 118. Engaged in practice of law ; 1894-1902, mayor 
of Aurora, Indiana. Married, June 25, 1885. 

660. George Melville Glasco. 

Editor, Tuscola, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, September 1. 1852, in Charleston, Illinois. 1880-81, 
principal of schools of Bourbon, Illinois ; 1881, principal of schools in 
Effingham, Illinois : 1882, editor and proprietor of the Tuscola Saturday 
Journal, Tuscola, Illinois. Married, September 7, 1870, Miss Sarah E. 
Bond. 

661. Florence Belle Hays. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Th. B. ; A. M., 1891. Born, October 27, 1S5G, in Greencastle. 

662. Josephine A. Hays (nee Hays). 

Worthington, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born. November 21, 1800, in Greencastle. 1880-84, teacher in 
public schools of Greencastle. Married, April 9, 1884, Ben F. Hays. 

663. William A. Hester. 

Teacher, Evansville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, March 17. 1858. in Indianapolis. A 
brother of 599; 1884-85. editor of Home and School: 1882-91, principal 
of the High school, Owensboro. Kentucky ; 1891-94, principal of Campbell 
school, Evansville; 1894 — , superintendent of Evansville (Indiana) pub- 
lic schools. Married, August 18, 18S5, Miss Sallie Helen. Ogden. 

664. Ida Ruth Villiers Johnson (nee Paxton), deceased. 

A. B. Born, 185S. in Kentucky. Teacher in public schools in Bain- 
bridge and Greencastle, Indiana. Married, August 0, 1880. to Wellington 
Boyd Johnson, in Greencastle. Died, October 23, 1899, in Fairview, 
Georgia. 

665. Alexander May Kelsey, deceased. 

A. B. Minister. Born. October 20. 1849. Member of the Indiana 
Conference. Married, December 24, 1879, Miss Anna E. Reeves. Died, 
October 7, 1880, in New Albany, and buried in Brick Chapel Cemetery, 
Indiana. 

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130 DePauw University. 

£66. Millard Fillmore Lemon. 

Olympia, Washington. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, September 6, 1832. "crossing the plains," 
within present limits of Idaho, then Oregon. 1881-84. principal of male 
department of Santiago College, Santiago, Chili ; 1884-88, civil engineer 
on State railway construction, Chili, South America ; 1889-97, civil 
engineer California and Washington, including iwo terms as city 
engineer of Olympia, Washington ; 1897 — , president and manager of 
"Capital City Abstract Company," Olympia, Washington. Married, 
November 9, 1889, to Miss Bella Cook, of Longbeach, California. 

667. Charles Alexander Martin. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, March 25, 1859, in Meadville, Pennsylvania. 
A brother of 500, 602, 773, and 823. 1880-83, principal Calcutta Boys' 
School, Calcutta, India ; 1S83, returned home on orders of physician ; 
1884-86, editor and proprietor of Antigo Republican, Antigo, Wisconsin ; 
1886-87, post-graduate work at DePauw ; 18S7-93, farmer. Waynesburg. 
Pennsylvania ; 1893, removed to Greencastle and retired from active 
work on account of ill-health. Married, October 27„ 1880, to Miss 
Florence A. Sayers, of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. 

668. Edward Leander Mick. 

Real Estate Agent, 118 East Market Street, Indianapolis. Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, October 17, 1856, in Indiana. Engaged in real estate busi- 
ness. Marrried, June 13, 1883, Miss Minnie B. Clark. 

669. William Alexander Morrow. 

Lawyer, Somerset. Kentucky. 

Ph. B. Born, May 18, 1S62, in Bryantsville, Kentucky. 1881, en- 
gaged in practice of law ; 1883-85, United States Storekeeper and 
Guager for Pulaski county, Kentucky ; 1887, 1898-99. city attorney, Som- 
erset, Kentucky ; 1892, Republican elector State at large. Married, 
December 2, 1885, to Miss Florence C. Hall. 

670. Finley Devillo Newhouse, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883 ; D. D., 1892, Dakota University. Born, July 27, 
1857, in Rochester, Indiana. Professor in Santiago College, Santiago, 
Chili ; 1884, returned from South America : 1885, minister at Williams- 
port, Indiana, and afterward at Ambia circuit ; 1885, went as mission- 
ary to India ; 1886, pastor of English-speaking church at Lahore, Punjab 
Province ; 1887, pastor of church at Allahabad, Northwest Province, 
India ; 1889, returned to the United States, transferred to North In- 
diana Conference, and stationed at North Church, Goshen, Indiana ; 
transferred to Minnesota Conference and stationed at Franklin Avenue, 
Minneapolis ; 1894, Red Wing ; 1895-99, Blue Earth, Minnesota ; 1899 — , 
presiding elder Mankato district, Minnesota Conference. Married, De- 
cember 14, 1885, to Miss Ida Fox, of Williamsport, Indiana. Died, 
December 19, 1899, at Mankato, Minnesota. 

671. Laura Gertrude Pruitt (nee Kelly). 

1480 Edgecombe Place, Chicago, Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M„ 1883. Born, in Annapolis, Indiana. Sister of 1001 and 
Music 1. 1880-81, teacher in Greencastle ; 1881-82, teacher in Spencer ; 
1882-83, teacher in Warsaw ; 18S3-85, teacher in Greencastle. Married, 
December 16, 1885, to Andrew Jackson Pruitt. (See 745.) 



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672. Lewis Tilghman Rightsell. 

Minister, La Grange, North Carolina. 

A. I). : A. M.. 1893. IJorn, July 24, 1S5S. in Putnam county. Indiana. 
18S0-84, teaching and farming in Indiana ; 1884-89, teaching in Kansas ; 
1S89 — , minister in Christian Church ; 1889-92, teacher in Indiana ; 
1892, principal of Carolina Institute. Washington. North Carolina; 1893- 
96, principal of Carolina Christian College, Ayden, North Carolina ; 
at present with La Grange Sentinel, La Grange, North Carolina ; con- 
tributor to Christian Herald. Married, June 21, 1883, to Miss Mamie E. 
Nicholson, who died November 23. 18ST ; married, June 14, 1893, to Miss 
Willie Kountree, who died July 17, 1895 

673. Levi Brimner Salmans. 

Missionary, Guanajuato, Old Mexico. 

A. B. : A. M., 1S83 ; B. D., 1883, Drew Theological Seminary ; M. D., 
1891, Kentucky School of Medicine. Born, March 19, 1S55. in Hocking 
county, Ohio. 1883, stenographer to Or. J. M. Buckley : 1884. junior 
preacher, Orange, Newark Conference ; 1885, pastor English-speaking 
church, Pachuca, Mexico ; 1S8G, pastor Pachuca Circuit. Mexico Confer- 
ence ; 1887-89, president Theological Seminary and Preparatory School, 
Puebla ; 1890, studied medicine in Indiana Medical College. Indianapolis ; 
1891. studied medicine in Louisville; 1892-96, presiding elder. Northern 
I >istrict, Mexico Conference ; 1897. spent in Europe : 1898-1900. pastor 
in charge Guanajuato, Mexico ; founder of medical missionary work 
under denominational auspices in Roman Catholic countries ; opened and 
operated several dispensaries, and built and now conducts, in connection 
with his pastorate, "The Good Samaritan Hospital." Married, April 30, 
1884, to Miss Sara J. Smack, of Chatham, New Jersey. 

674. James Alexander Scott. 

Bay State Hotel, New York City. 

Ph. B.. Born, December 20, 1860. in Gosport. Indiana. Brother of 
612. Hotel clerk and steward in Hot Springs and New York. 

675. Jones J. Seward, deceased. 

A. B. : M. D., 1882, Medical College of Ohio. Born, 1856, in Rising 
Sun, Indiana. 1888, hospital surgeon of Philadelphia & Erie Railroad : 
member of medical staff Hamot Hospital ; 1888-91, physician and surgeon 
to Erie County Infirmary ; 1891-99, member faculty Hamot Hospital 
Training School for Nurses ; surgeon Lake Shore & Michigan Southern 
Railroad ; 1894, chief surgeon eastern division New York, Chicago & St. 
Louis Railroad ; studied, at different times, in hospitals in Edinburgh, 
Scotland, and in Hamburgh. Vienna, and Berlin, on the continent. Mar- 
ried, August 11, 1880, to Miss Elizabeth Spencer, of Rising Sun, Indiana. 
Died, October 22, 1899, at Erie, Pennsylvania. 

676. Minnetta Theodora Taylor. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1884. 

677. Arthur Throop, deceased. 

Ph. B. Born, 1S60, in Evansville. Indiana. City civil engineer and 
superintendent of city telegraph, Greencastle. Died, February 7, 1898, 
in Greencastle, Indiana. 

678. Horace White. 

Port Angeles. Washington. 
A- B. Born, February 2. 1855. 1880, traveled in Europe ; with Ameri- 
can Press Association, Chicago. 



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679. Mary Ella Wood (nee Owen). 

Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1883. Born, January 16, 1856, near Worthington, In- 
diana. Graduated from Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle in 
1895, with eleven seals. Married, August 18, 1880, Professor James 
Alphonso Wood. 



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680. Charles Emery Asbury. 

Minister, Bedford, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; A. M., 1884. 1890-91, pursued post-graduate course in physics 
and chemistry. Born, August 22, 1858, in Quincy, Indiana. 1881, en- 
tered the Indiana Conference. Appointments : 1881, Waverly ; 1882, 
Alfordsville ; 1883, Ames Church, Indianapolis ; 1886, Rockport ; 1887, 
Ingle Street, Evansville ; 1890, Cloverdale ; 1891, Worthington ; 1893, 
Washington ; 1898, Bedford. Married, September 8, 1886, Miss Hattie 
Langsdale, Indianapolis. 

681. William Fletcher Baxter. 

Horticulturist, Shipman, Illinois. 

A. B. Born, March 24, 1854, near Jerseyville, Illinois. 1881-83, 
teacher in Miles, Illinois ; 1883-84, teacher in Beatrice. Nebraska ; 1884-89, 
teacher in Macoupin county, Illinois; 1889-93, principal Vandalia (Illi- 
nois) public schools; 1893-94, principal Mount Olive (Illinois) public 
schools. Married, July 26, 1888, to Miss Alice I. Boswell, of Shipman, 
Illinois. 

682. Susan Ellen Bosson( nee Farrow). 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, August 1, 1861, Putnamville, Indiana. 1881, teacher in 
public schools, Lawrenceburgh, Indiana : 1882, teacher in Public schools, 
Greencastle. Married, 1886, Thomas M. Bosson. (See 514.) 

683. Frank Gillespie Browne. 

Minister and Editor, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1884; Ph. D., pro merito, 1890, Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity ; D. I)., 1899, DePauw University. Born, May 24, 1857, in West- 
field, Indiana. 1881, entered the North Indiana Conference. Appoint- 
ments ; 1881, Wheatland Streeet Church, Logansport ; 1882. Goldsmith 
Circuit : 1883, Jonesboro ; 1885, Wayne Street Church, Fort Wayne ; 1888, 
First Church, Mishawaka, 1892, Huntington ; 1897 — , assistant editor 
Western Christian Advocate, Cincinnati Ohio. Married, March 30, 1882, 
to Miss Florence N. Clampett. 

684. Sydney Wilberforce Cantwell. 

Lawyer, Hartford City, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1884 : LL. B., 1880, Central Law School, Indianapolis. 
Born, January 28, 1859, in Blackford county, Indiana. 1884-89, prose- 
cuting attorney of the Forty-eighth Judicial Circuit of Indiana. Married, 
September 10, 1884, to Miss Flora M. Kunkle. 



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685. Sutemi Chinda. 

Japanese Legation, St. Petersburg, Russia. 

A. B. : A. M., 1884. Born, 1836. in Hirosaki, Japan. 1881-85, professor 
in To-oku College, Hirosaki ; 1885-00, in the Foreign Office, Tokyo ; 1890-94, 
consul at San Francisco ; 1804-05, consul at Chemulpo. Corea ; 1805-08, 
consul general at Shanghai. China : 1808-00, minister resident to Brazil ; 
1899-1900, minister resident at The Hague_; 1000 — . envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at St. Petersburg. Married, 1882, to Miss 
Sato, sister of 708. 

686. Mollie E. Clark, deceased. 

A. B. Born, in Terre Haute. Pursued special studies in decorative 
painting. Died, February 23, 1887, in Pasadena, California. 

687. Charles Franklin Coffin. 

Lawyer, 527-530 Lemcke Building. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1SS4. Born. June 2. 1856. in Indiana. 1881, principal 
of the High school, Connersville, Indiana ; 1882, superintendent of public 
schools, New Albany : 1885, attorney-at-law. New Albany ; -1S87, attorney- 
at-law at Wichita, Kansas ; 1800. assistant Attorney General for Sedg- 
wick county, Kansas : 1803-04, Dean of Law School. DePauw University ; 
1804-05, member of law firm of Howe & Coffin ; 1806-08, member of firm 
of Gavin, Coffin & Davis ; 1808 — , practicing alone ; 1808-1000, lecturer 
on Evidence, the Law of Insurance, and Constitutional Law, in the Law 
School of the University of Indianapolis : 1804. assisted in organizing, 
and at present member of Board of Directors of and General Counsel 
for the State Life Insurance Company : 1000, president and general 
counsel for Indianapolis. Greenwood & Franklin Railroad Company. Mar- 
ried, October 26. 1887, to Miss Sarah Dowling, of New Albany, Indiana 
daughter of Hon. Alexander Dowling, Justice of the Supreme Court of 
Indiana. 

688. Henry Tilghman Collins. 

Minister, Warsaw, Illinois. 

A. B. Born, 1848, in Maryland. 1881, entered the Illinois Conference. 
Appointments ; 1881, Tuscola Circuit ; 1882. Tower Hill ; 1885. Elkhart ; 
1886, Auburn : 1887, Palmyra ; 1SS8. Manchester ; 1880. Topeka ; 1891, 
Pilot ; 1802. East Lynn ; Warsaw. Married. 1871, Miss M. E. Neville. 

689. Nathaniel Parrish Conrey. 

Lawyer, California Bank Building. Los Angeles. California. 

A. B. : A. M., 1884 ; LL. B., 1883. University of Michigan. Born, June 
30, 1860, in Franklin county, Indiana. 1886-S7, city attorney of Pasa- 
dena, California : 1807-08, member of Board of Education, city of Los 
Angeles : 1800-1000. member of California State Assembly ; 1001 — , judge 
of Superior Court, Los Angeles. California. Married, November 21, 1S00, 
to Miss Ethelwyn Wells, of Los Angeles. 

690. Oscar John Craig. 

Teacher, Missoula, Montana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1884. Ph. D., 1890, Wooster University. Born near 
Madison, Indiana. 1881. superintendent city schools, Sullivan, Indiana : 
1883, principal of the preparatory department of Purdue University ; 
1886. professor of political economy. Purdue University : 1887, professor 
of political economy and history. Purdue University : 1805 — . president of 
University of Montana. Missoula. Montana. Married, August 20, 1875, to 
Miss Narcissa E. Gasaway. 



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691. Charles Emery Finney. 

30 Broad Street, New York City. 
A. B. : A. M., 1884. Born. February 27, 1S60, in Cambridge City, In- 
diana. General western agent Mexican Northern Railway : freight mana- 
ger Consolidated Kansas City Smelting and Refining Company ; president 
Mineral Creek Land and Mining Company ; engaged in mining, smelting 
and with the Mexican Northern Raiilway ; now manager for M. Guggen- 
heim's Sons, owners of the Great Mexican Smelting Company, (Monterey, 
Mexico), The Philadelphia Smelting and Refining Company, (Pueblo, Col- 
orado), and the Guggenheim Smelting Company, (Aguas Calientes, Mex- 
ico). Married, May 15, 1880, to Miss Carey A. Jones, at Connersville, 
Indiana. 

692. John Franklin George. 

Lawyer, New York Life Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1884. Born. November 7, 1857. Carmel. Indiana. 1882, 
admitted to the bar, Noblesville, Indiana : 1883. admitted to the bar, 
St. Paul. Residence, 257 Summit Place. Married, January 12, 1887, to 
Miss Nellie R. Graham, of Chicago, Illinois. 

693. Samuel Brenton Grimes. 

Minister, 1419 Blaine Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1884. Born. June 2, 1854. in Hendricks county, Indiana. 
1881, entered Garrett Biblical Institute. Evanston, Illinois ; 1882-83, 
principal public school, Limedale, Indiana ; 1883, student in Drew 
Theological Seminary, and pastor in Eatontown, New Jersey ; 1884, 
joined the Northwest Indiana conference ; 188S, transferred to Wisconsin 
conference ; 1890. transferred to Genesee conference ; 1892, transferred 
to Northwest Indiana conference ; 1894. transferred to the Indiana con- 
ference and apointed to First Church, Indianapolis. Married, September 
15, 1881, to Miss Etta L. Beal. 

694. William Lenoir Hood. 

Minister, 122 Mineral Springs Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 
A. B. ; S. T. B., 1884, Boston University. Born, November 24„ 1854, 
in Indiana. 1885-87, special work, philosophy and oratory, in "School of 
All Sciences," Boston University ; secretary and treasurer of the Inter- 
Seminary Missionary Alliance of the United States and Canada. At 
present engaged in the regular work of the ministry in the M. E. Church, 
New England Southern conference, of which conference he is secretary 
for "Alpha Chapter" of Boston University ; also secretary and 
treasurer of the University Alumni Association. Permanent address, 72 
Mt. Vernon street, Boston. Mass. Married, September 3. 1895, to Miss 
Florence Hayword Norton, of Massachusetts, who died April 14, 1900. 

695. Grace Emma Hoyt, deceased. 

A. B. Teacher. Born, January 6, 1S62, in Greencastle. A sister of 
446 and 642. 1883-86, teacher in public schools of Greencastle. Died, 
September 3, 1887, in Cincinnati ; buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Green- 
castle. 

696. Rose Joslin. 

Teacher. Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S88. Born, 1861. in Indiana. 1881-82, teacher in the 
public schools of Greencastle; 1882-86, teacher of English literature, 
rhetoric and elocution in the State Normal School, St. Cloud, Minnesota ; 
1887-88, instructor in a private school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin ; 1888-89, 
instructor in the State Normal school, Madison. South Dakota ; at pres- 
ent, teacher of reading and elocution in Winthrop Normal and Industrial 
College, Rock Hill, South Carolina. Permanent address, Greencastle, 
Indiana. 



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697. George Washington Julien. 

Lawyer, Delphi, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1884 : LL. B., 1884, Cincinnati Law School. Born, 1855, 
in Carroll county. Indiana. 1881-82, principal of the High school, Delphi, 
Indiana ; 1801-94. city attorney of Delphi, Indiana. Married, November 
10, 1801, to Miss Mary E. Morrow, of Bainbridge, Ohio. 

698. Keizo Kawamura, deceased. 

A. B. Minister. Born. 185G. in Japan. 1S81, entered Drew Theological 
Seminary ; not able to complete the course on account of failing health. 
Died, May 5, 1S82, in Yokohama, Japan. 

699. Samuel Cornelius Leavell. 

Minister. Lamont, Illinois. 
A. B. : A. M., 1S80. Born, 1856, in Randolph county. Indiana. 1S81-82, 
principal Holden Seminary. Missouri ; 1882-84, principal public schools, 
North Topeka, Kansas ; pastor of M. E. Church. Wessington, Dakota ; 
Pierre and Ipswich, South Dakota ; Christ Church. Chicago. Illinois ; 
Elburn, Illinois; Sterling: Lamont. Married, July 30, 1888, to Miss 
Marie L. Bauer, of Knoxville, Tennessee. 

700. Aladine Cummings Longden. 

Teacher, Madison. Wisconsin. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1884 : Ph. I)., 1000. Columbia University. Born. 1857, 
in Leesburgh. Ohio. 18S1-82, commandant of cadet corps and teacher 
of mathematics and English in St. John's Military Academy. Haddon- 
field. New Jersey : 1882-83, professor of mathematics in Riverview 
Military Academy. Poughkeepsie, New York ; 1883-84, professor of mathe- 
matics and commandant of cadet corps in St. James Military Academy, 
Macon. Missouri ; 1884-86, professor of natural sciences and commandant 
in same : 1886-88, professor of natural sciences in same : 1888-97. profes- 
sor of physics and chemistry in the Westfield State Normal school. West- 
field. Massachusetts : 1887-S9. assistant professor of chemistry and elec- 
tricity in the Chautauqua College of Liberal Arts (summer school). Chau- 
tauqua. New York : 1805-06. professor of Physics and Chemistry at Mar- 
tha's Vineyard Summer Institute; 1807-00. graduate student in Phyics and 
Chemistry at the University of Chicago; 1898-00, assistant in Physics, 
University of Chicago: 1899-1900, graduate student at Columbia Univer- 
sity; 1000 — , insrtuctor in physics in University of Wisconsin. Married, 
December 24, 1884, to Miss Jean I. Humble, of Buffalo, New York. 

701. Henry Boyer Longden. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1884. Born. I860, in Vevay. Indiana. A brother of 700. 
1881-82, instructor in Greek and sciences, in Del'auw University ; 1882-85, 
instructor in Latin: 1886-92, assistant professor of Latin. DePauw Uni- 
versity ; 1888-90. studied philology at the universities of Goettingen and 
Leipzig; 1898. student of philology at University of Munich; 1892 — , 
professor of German language and literature. DePauw University. Mar- 
ried, July 7, 1886, to Miss Louise Johnson, of Greenwood. Indiana. 

702. George Washington McCaskey. 

Physician and Professor in Medical College. Fort Wayne. Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1884 ; M. D.. 1877, Jefferson Medical College. Born, 
in Delta, Ohio. 1879-82, professor of physiology in Fort Wayne Medical 
College ; 1882-83, professor of theory and practice of medicine : 1883-87, 
professor of diseases of throat, lungs and heart: 1887, professor of theory 
and practice of medicine : now professor of Clinical Medicines and Nervous 
diseases : 1883-S4, president of Fort Wayne Academy of science and 
microscopy ; 1890. president of Fort Wayne Academy of Medicine ; 1898, 



136 DePauw University. 

president Northern Tri-State Medical Association ; president Indiana State 
Medical Society. 

703. Clyde Holmes McMillan, 

Farmer, North Vernon, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1884 ; B. D.. 1884. Drew Theological Seminary. Born, 
August 27, 1857. in North Vernon, Indiana. 1884. entered the Southeast 
Indiana conference ; appointments : Osgood Circuit, Paris Circuit, Port 
Fulton and Scottsburgh Circuit ; 1887, transferred to Southwest Kansas 
conference, and stationed at Stafford ; 1888, Annelly Circuit ; 1890, 
Haven ; 1892, Valley Center ; supernumerary relation in 1896. Married, 
June 6, 1887, to Miss Mary Vanpelt, of Port Fulton, Indiana. 

704. Lewis David Moore. 

Minister, New Albany, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S84. 1881. entered the Southeast Indiana conference ; 
1881-83, Greensburg ; 1883-85, Manchester ; 1885-87, New Palestine ; 
1887-89. Grace Church, Indianapolis ; 1889-92, Edinburg : 1892-95. Greens- 
burg ; 1896-97, Greencastle : 1897-99, Rockport : 1900. New Albany. Mar- 
ried, August 24, 1S81, to Miss Martha E. Jenkins, of the class of 1882. 

705. William Thorn Neff. 

Journalist, Kansas City, Missouri. 

Ph. B. Born. 1857. Hartford City, Indiana. 1881, entered the St. 
Louis conference. Appointments : 1881-83, Kansas City, Missouri ; 1883- 
89, St. Louis ; owing to failing health, removed to Kansas City and en- 
gaged in journalism. Married. April 5. 1S82, Miss Anna Sills. 

706. Henry Ward Ridpath. 

Physician, 370 East Seventh Street. Indianapolis. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1884 : M. D., 1884. Central College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Indianapolis. Indiana. Born. February 22, 1858. in Putnam county, 
Indiana. A brother of 220, 266, 347 and 648. 1881-82, professor in Pax- 
ton (Illinois) Collegiate Institute: 1882-84. student of medicine in Green- 
castle, and in attendance on medical lectures as above : graduated with 
first honors ; 1884-85, physician to City Hospital, Indianapolis ; 1889, 
deputy coroner Marion county. Married, to Callie S. Tribbey, of Buckley, 
Illinois, June 9, 1886. 

707. Thomas Edward Rowan, deceased. 

A. B. Live-stock dealer. Born, October 1, 1859, near Livermore, Ken- 
tucky. Died, in Livermore, November 19, 1885. 

708. Aimaro Sato. 

Japanese Legation, Mexico. 

A. B. ; A. M.j, 1884. Born, April 20, 1857, in Hirosaki, Aomori Ken, 
Japan. 1881. clerk in Foreign Office ; 1884, chief of Telegraph Bureau, 
with rank of secretary of legation ; 1888, secretary of legation, Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; 1889. charge d' affaires ad interim, Washington, D. C. ; 
1891, second secretary of legation, London ; 1893, chief of the Bureau 
of Protocole, Foreign Office, Japan : also chief of the Telegraph and of 
the Translation Bureaux. Foreign Office ; 1896, First Secretary of Lega- 
tion. Paris ; 1899, first secretary of legation, Berlin ; 1900 — , Minister 
Resident and Consul-general. Mexico. Decorations in possession as fol- 
lows : Japan : — Officer de l'ordre du Soleil Levant avec pension viagere ; 
Russia : — Commandeur de l'ordre de Stanislas avec plaque ; Italy : — 
Commandeur de la Couronne d'ltalie : Germany : — Commandeur de la 
Couronne de Prusse ; France : — Officier de la Legion d'Honneur ; Spain : — 
Commandeur de l'ordre d'Isabelle Catholique avec plaque, et Commandeur 



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de l'ordre Charles III. avec plaque: Portugal: — Commandeer de 1'ordre 
de Christ avec plaque. Married, May 8. 1876, to Yuki Tsushima, in 
Japan. 

709. E. Rammell Small, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1885 ; B. D.. Drew Theological Seminary, 1884. Brother 
of 748. Minister. Born. September 8, 1853, in Henry county, Indiana. 
Entered the North Indiana conference. Appointments : 1884-85. Dublin ; 
1885-87, Centerville : 1887, Wheatland Street Station, Logansport. Died, 
February 26, 1S88, at Markleville. Indiana. 

710. Robert John Smith. 

Lawyer, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. : LL. B., 1SS3. Columbia College. Born. September 23. 1859, in 
Mahoning county. Ohio. Author of "A Divorce Contract" (1898); en- 
gaged in practice of law. Married, January 5, 1S89, to Miss Sarah E. 
Jeffers. of Terre Haute. 

711. Oscar Trojan Smythe. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, April 2, 1857, in Fillmore. Indiana. Nephew of 159. 
18S2. engineer L„ N. A. & C. Railway ; 1883. assistant pumper : 1884, 
bridge inspector ; 1885 : assistant pumper ; 1886. traveling in the west ; 
1887. farming; 1888-S9, transfer clerk. American Express Company, 
Greencastle, Indiana ; American Express Company. Indianapolis. 

712. Minnie Tucker (nee Langdon). 

Urbana, Ohio. 
A. R. : A. M., 1SS4. Born. 1802. in Sullivan. Indiana. Married. Janu- 
ary 2G, 1887, to James B. Tucker. (See 913.) 

713. George Washington Switzer. 

Minister. Lafayette, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 18S4 : D. D.. 1900. DePauw University. Born. November 2. 
1S54. in Indiana. 1880. entered Northwest Indiana conference: appoint- 
ments : 1880-81, Morton : 1881. delegate to International conference of 
Young Men's Christian Association, Exeter Hall, London : 1881-84. Plain- 
field , 1884-S7, Shawnee Mound: 1887-02. Crawfordsville : 1892-9.7, Brazil; 
1895—. West Lafayette, Indiana. Married, September 20, 1881, to Miss 
Lida Westfall. 

714. Roger Sherman Tea. 

Physician. Lafayette. Indiana. 
A. B. ; M. D., 18S6. Rush Medical College. Bom. 1858. in Indiana. 
Engaged in practice of medicine at Battle Ground, Indiana; now practic- 
ing at Lafayette, Indiana. 

715. Eva Torr. 

Teacher. 255 Villa Street. Elgin. Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1888. Born. 1860. in Putnam county. Indiana. 1881-82, 
assistant in High school. Spencer. Indiana: 1882-84. tea her in public 
schools of Chauncey. Indiana : 1885-87. teacher in public schools of La- 
fayette, Indiana ; 1888-89, teacher in public schools of Des Moines, Iowa : 
1S89-90, traveling and studying in Europe : 1890-96, teacher in public 
schools, Washington. D. C. : 1896-98. teacher of modern languages and 
higher English. High school. Houghton. Michigan ; 189S — , German de- 
partment. High school. Elgin. 111. 



138 DePauw University. 

716. John Keck Urmston. 

Henne Block, Los Angeles, California. 
A. B. Born, 1S58, Pocahontas. Arkansas. 1SS1. receiving teller, 
Insley. Shire & Co.. Bankers. Leavenworth. Kansas; 1894. manager, 
London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Los Angeles branch ; 
now special agent and adjuster for Royal Insurance Company, of Liver- 
pool. England, and the Queen Insurance Company of America. Brother 
of 791. Married, 1898, to Miss Alma Robinson. 

717. Nathan Allen Whitaker. 

Lawyer and Insurance Agent. Martinsville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 7, 1859. in Morgan county, Indiana. 1SS2. ad- 
mitted to the bar at Martinsville, Indiana. Married, November 2, 1882, 
Miss Iro Long. 

718. Joseph Sigel White. 

Minister, riper City. Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1884. 1880, entered Northwest Indiana conference ; ap- 
pointments : Perrysville. Ladoga. Argos. Winaruac : 1890. transferred to 
Minnesota conference ; appointments : Lake City. Little Falls. Pipestone ; 
1S97, transferred to the Central Illinois conference, appointed to Piper, 
City. Married, July 21, 1881, to Miss Alma Etta Applegate, of Green- 
castle, Indiana. 



XLIII. CLASS OF 1882. 



719. Thompson Arnold. 

Lawyer, North Manchester. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 7. 1859. in Springfield, Indiana. 1S82. student 
one term in law school of University of Michigan : nine months under 
Hon. R. S. Taylor, Fort Wayne : 1884. began law practice at Huntington, 
Indiana ; 18S4-S5, teacher. North Manchester ; 1885. lumber and bank- 
ing business. North Manchester ; Vice president First National Bank, 
North Manchester, Indiana : 1S93, retired from banking business and 
engaged in active practice of law. Married, November 4, 18S6, to Miss 
Nellie Frazer, of Warsaw, Indiana. 

720. Albert Brinkerhoff. 

Banker, St. James, Missouri. 
A. B. Born. August. 1854, in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 1SS3. teacher 
in public schools, Bainbridge. Indiana ; 18S4. teacher, Limedale. Indiana ; 
in banking business. St. James. Missouri. Married, December 28, 1S92, to 
Miss Sarah E. Craig, of Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

721. Albert Perley Burnside. 

Farmer, Rural Delivery. Route 1, Covington, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S85. Born, May 27, 1859, Snoddy's Mills. Indiana. 
18S3-84. principal of Public schools. Newtown. Indiana. Married, March 
22, 1883, Miss Ella DeMotte Morrison. 



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722. William Henry Charles. 

Lawyer, Marion, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, 1859. in Buffalo. New York. Member of law firm. St. 
John & Charles, Marion. Indiana. Married, October 7, 1885, to Miss 
Maggie D. St. John, of Marion, Indiana. 

723. Henry Clayton Clippinger. 

Minister. Vincennes, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1S85. Born, October 13. 1859, Concord, New Hampshire. 

1882, entered Indiana conference; appointments: 1882-84, New Harmony; 
1884-S7. Owensville; 1S87-89, Salem; 1889-94, Rockport ; 1894-98, New 
Albany ; 1S9S-99. Vincennes ; 1899 — , presiding elder Vincennes district ; 
1897 — . trustee of Moore's Hill College ; 1899-1900. Conference Visitor 
to Garrett Biblical Institute. Married, October 22, 1S84, to Miss Hettie 
L. Blemker. 

724. Jacob Bradley Coffman. 

Lawyer. Russellville, Kentucky. 
A. B. ; A. M. ; LL. B., 1884. Louisville Law School ; 1S85. B. L.. Uni- 
versity of Virginia. Born, October 8. 1862. in Logan county. Kentucky ; 
1896-97, member of House of Representatives of Kentucky. Married, 
August 7, 1SS9, to Miss Julia Evans, of Russellville, Kentucky. 

725. William Fletcher Cook. 

Minister, Worthington, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M. Born, in Warsaw. Indiana. 1882-85, lawyer : 1885-95, 
minister of Methodist Episcopal Church ; 1895 to present. Episcopal 
minister ; Archdeacon of the Diocese of Indiana. Married, March 5, 

1883, to Miss Florence M. Packer, of the class of 1885, who died Febru- 
ary 27, 1901, at Worthington, Indiana, and was buried at Warsaw. 

726. Joseph Eugene Crews. 

Wells Fargo Express, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1885. Born. September 10, 1860. Fillmore. Indiana. 
September to November, 1S82, telegraph operator. Sleepy Eye. Minnesota ; 
1882-83. assistant cashier American Express Company. St. Paul. Minne- 
sota : 1883-84, corresponding clerk of same, Minneapolis ; 1884-85, agent 
of same, and adjutant Second Regiment M. N. G. : 1885-86. cashier Ameri- 
can Express Company, Winnipeg. Manitoba : 18S6, agent same. Fargo, 
Dakota ; captain Company B. First Regiment, D. N. G. ; 1S88, chief of 
money department of Wells Fargo & Co ; 1889-93, traveling auditor for 
same in Illinois. — Northwestern Division, headquarters in Chicago and 
St. Louis ; 1893-97, junior partner in firm of J. E. Crews & Son. furniture 
and crockery, Muncie, Indiana ; 1897 — , agent Wells. Fargo & Company, 
at Minneapolis. Minnesota. Married, April 24, 1895, Mrs. Carrie S. Hig- 
ginbotham, of St. Louis, Missouri. 

727. Thomas Oliver Cunningham. 

635 Washington Avenue, Kansas City. Kansas. 
Ph. B. Born, September 1, 1861, in Goshen. Indiana. Brother of 925. 
Member of class of '87, C. L. S. C. ; 1883-89, with George Fowler & Son, 
Kansas City, Kansas ; 18S9-90. secretary of Consolidated Iron Works 
Company. Kansas City ; 1890-96, purchasing agent, and 1896 — , chief 
clerk of George Fowler, Son & Company, Ltd.. Kansas City. Kansas. Mar- 
ried, May 20, 1S85, to Miss Jennie Wilcoxon, of Muncie, Indiana. 

728. Samuel Harrison Elrod. 

Lawyer, Clark, South Dakota. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 18S5. Born. May 1, 1856. in Coatesville. Indiana. Mem- 
ber Sioux Falls (Dakota Territory) Constitutional Convention ; county 



140 DePauw University. 

attorney ; postmaster ; judge of probate court ; state's attorney ; United 
States Indian Disbursing Agent of $503,000.00 ; receiver Watertown 



729. James Wade Emison. 

Lawyer, Vincennes, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1885. Born. February 7, 1859, Bruceville. Indiana. 
1882-87, engaged in milling, grain dealing and farming; after which, 
studied law ; 1888, admitted to the bar ; member of law firm, Reily & 
Emison : city attorney of Vincennes ; county attorney of Knox county ; 
delivered Master's Oration, in 1885. Married. November 27, 1800, to 
Miss Sada Ross Rabb, of Vincennes, Indiana. 

730. Charles Henry Enderton. 

Real Estate and Financial Agent. Winnipeg. Manitoba. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1885. Born. May 4. 1861. in Lafayette. Indiana. En- 
gaged in practice of law in Minneapolis ; real estate and financial agent, 
Winnipeg. 

731. Harry Lincoln Gordon. 

Lawyer. Bell Block, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Ph. B. : A. M. Born, August 27, 1SG0. in Metamora. Indiana. 1882-86, 
chief clerk in McDonald, Butler & Mason's law office, Indianapolis ; 1887, 
located in Wichita, Kansas ; 1890-92, city attorney of Wichita ; 1894-95, 
chairman Sedgewick County Republican Central Committee; 1895, elected 
to Kansas State Senate ; January. 1897, removed to Cincinnati. Ohio, and 
became a member of the law firm of Renner, Gordon & Renner ; 1898, 
appointed a Republican member of the Cincinnati Board of Supervisors, 
by Mayor Tafel, for a three years' term. Residence, Lenox Place. Avon- 
dale, Cincinnati, Ohio. Married. March 28. 1888. at Maysville. Kentucky, 
to Mary G. Clarke, who died March 6. 1899 ; married. April 20, 1892, to 
Ester Conwell Langtree, at Aurora. Indiana. 

732. Kate Stockwell Hammond. 

Greencastie, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1891. Born. 1863. in Greencastie. Pursued special studies 
in elocution ; 1887-90, student of vocal music in Boston and New York ; 
1890-93. instructor in same, school of music, DePauw University ; teacher 
of music in public schools of Greencastie. 

733. Alfred Eugene Hart. 

Teacher. Chillicothe. Missouri. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1890. Born. August 5. 1850, in Franklin county, In- 
diana. 1882-84, superintendent public schools, Apnleton City, Missouri ; 
1885-87, teacher in public schools, Indiana : 1887-90, teacher in public 
schools, Missouri ; 1890 — , professor of Latin and Greek. Chillicothe Nor- 
mal School, Chillicothe, Missouri. Married, May 16. 1883, Miss Cassie 
Ashby. 

734. Edistina Williams Hopkins, (nee Farrow). 

Syracuse, New Y'ork. 

A. B. Born. May 12, 1863, in Putnamville. Indiana. 1882-83. teacher 
of district school ; 1S83-89. teacher in Greencastie High school. Married, 
January 8, 1890, to T. C. Hopkins. (See 936.) 



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735. Frank Melville Joyce. 

Insurance, Oneida Block, Minneapolis. Minnesota. 
A. B. Born. March 18. 1862, in Indiana. Captain Company E, Asbury 
Cadet Corps, which took third prize in infantry and tirst prize in artillery 
competitive drill at encampment. July, 1882, Indianapolis ; captain Cin- 
cinnati Light Artillery. Second Battery. Ohio National Guard ; colonel and 
A. I). C, staff of Governor William McKinley ; general agent Mutual Bene- 
fit Life Insurance Company, Cincinnati ; state agent for North Dakota, 
South Dakota and Minnesota, Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company ; 
principal office, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Married, March 20, 1883, Miss 
Jessie F. Birch. (See 736.) 

736. Jesse Florence Joyce (nee Birch). 

19 Highland Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Ph. B. Born. July 19, 1861, Bloomington. Illinois. Daughter of 63. 
Married, March 20, 1883, Colonel Frank M. Joyce. (See 735.) 

737. Margaret Wishard Lee (nee Noble). 

428 Thirty-fourth Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; A. B., 1893, Harvard Annex, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Born, 
May 23, 1863, in Greenwood, Indiana. 1882-83. teacher in public schools. 
Indianapolis ; 18S3, traveled in Norway. Denmark. Germany. Switzerland, 
Italy and France ; 1883-84, teacher in Indianapolis classical school ; 
1886-88, teacher in High school, Evanston, Illinois; 1888-89. engaged in 
newspaper work, Chicago ; 1889-91, clerk in census department. Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; 1891-92, assistant editor of the Chautauquan, Meadville. Penn- 
sylvania ; 1892-93, student at Harvard Annex. Cambridge. Massachusetts ; 
took prize offered by Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association to stud- 
ents of Harvard Annex. Smith and Wellesley Colleges, for best essay 
on Woman Suffrage ; 1893-94, collected statistics and wrote reports for 
Indiana Bureau of Statistics, on "Women Wage Earners of Indianapolis" 
and "Domestic Labor." Married, November 29, 1894, at Greenwood, In 
diana, to Mr. Edward T. Lee, clerk Senate Committee on Territories, 
Washington, D. C. 

738. Nellie Olive Lockridge( nee Truett). 

1449 North Alabama Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1892. Born. 1S62. Forest City, Missouri. Secretary of 
The Study Club ; president of Theta Alumna? Club. Married, December, 
1884, to Andrew L. Lockridge. 

739. Mackey McManis, deceased. 

Ph. B. Born. December 1. 1857, in Terre Haute : died, December 18, 
1889, in Greencastle, Indiana. 

740. William Wilson McNeff. 

Teacher, Jerome. Arizona. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1885. Born. April 6, 1859, in Mooresville. Indiana. 
1882-83, law and real estate. Clark, South Dakota: 1883-84. vice-princi- 
pal Orland (California) Institute; 1888-89, teacher. Centerville. Iowa; 
vice-president Olney (Missouri) Institute: 1891-98. principal school. Louis- 
ville. Colorado ; 1898-1000, principal of schools of Phoenix. Arizona ; 1900 — , 
superintendent of schools. Jerome. Arizona. Married, July 27. 1887. at 
Greencastle. Indiana, to Miss Fannie M. Burk. deceased ; married, July 
1, 1898, to Meda E. Tavenner. of Boulder, Colorado. 

741. Worth Merritt. 

Manufacturer, 811 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, 1861. in Indianapolis. Woolen manufacturer and wool 
dealer. Married, August 7, 1889, to Miss Jessie J. Fisher, of Indianapolis. 



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742. Rosa M. Mikels (nee Redding). 

Newcastle, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1886. Born, July 28, 1862. in Newcastle. Indiana. A 
daughter of 122. 1882-83, teacher in public schools, Newcastle, Indiana ; 
1883-84, assistant in Newcastle (Indiana) High school; 1884-86, in- 
structor in science and English in preparatory school. DePauw University ; 
1890 — , principal High school, Newcastle : 1899, took special work in 
literature under Prof. Rolfe, of Chicago University. Married, June 24, 
1886, to Charles N. Mikels. (See 774.) 

743. Douglas Morris. 

Lawyer, Rushville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 5, 1861, in Knightstown, Indiana. 1883, ad- 
mitted to the bar at Indianapolis ; 188S, Democratic nominee for Con- 
gress, Sixth Indiana district ; 1898, elected judge of the Eighth Judicial 
Circuit of Indiana. Married, October 6. 1892, to Miss Pamela A. Spann, 
of Rushville, Indiana. 

744. Charles Frederick Peterson Carlbert. 

Teacher, Lindsborg, Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 18S5 ; Ph. D., 1896, Bethany College. Born in Akerhult, 
Sweden. 1882-85, professor of Greek and Latin in Lewis College, Glas- 
gow, Missouri ; 1885-89, professor of ancient and modern languages in 
the University of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas ; 1889 — . professor of 
history and political science in Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas ; 
1894 — , vice-president of Bethany College. 

745. Andrew James Pruitt. 

Lawyer, Suite 56, 125 LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Judge County Court, Potter county, South Dakota ; 1885, 
elected to Dakota legislature, from Tenth Legislative District ; removed 
to Chicago, engaged in practice of law. Married, December 16. 18S5, 
to Miss Laura Gertrude Kelly, of Greencastle. Indiana. (See 671.) 

746. Frank Theodore Rumbarger. 

Lumber Manufacturer and Dealer, 706 Harrison Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ph. B. Born. September 1, 1859, in Richardsville, Pennsylvania. 1882, 
traveling salesman hardwood lumber ; 1883, manager of J. L. Rumbarger'a 
lumber mills, yards, etc. ; 1884-90, secretary and treasurer of the J. L. 
Rumbarger Lumber Company ; 1890-98, vice president, treasurer and 
general manager of J. L. Rumbarger Lumber Company, general manager 
bobbin & Little Blackwater Railroad ; 189S. general purchasing agent, 
treasurer and director for Rumbarger Lumber Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. ; 1900, treasurer and director Coketon Lumber Company ; also treas- 
urer Rumbarger Brothers, Coketon, West Virginia. 

747. Winthrop Eugene Scarritt. 

Banker, New York City. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1885. Born, June 17, 1857, in Dorchester, Illinois. Pro- 
fessor of English literature and philosophy in the University of Colorado ; 
secretary Dakota Loan and Trust Company ; vice president Board of 
Trade ; president Watertown National Bank ; president Watertown Water 
Works Company ; treasurer Central Land Company ; treasurer the New 
South National Building and Loan Association ; vice president and treas- 
urer Morristown & Cumberland Gap Railroad Company ; president Coal 
and Iron Bank, Middlesborough, Kentucky ; manager municipal bond de- 
partment, banking house of J. & W. Seligman, New York City and Lon- 
don. Married, September 20, 1887, to Miss Lerria Tarbell. (See 789.) 



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748. Albert Armstrong Small. 

Lawyer, Anderson, Indiana. 
A. It.; A. M., 1885. Born, November 10, 1S57. in Henry county. In- 
diana. 1888. editor and proprietor of the Anderson Herald; 1897 — , 
postmaster of Anderson. Indiana ; 1899-1900, vice president State Y. M. 
C. A. ; 1900, lay delegate to M. E. General conference ; 1900, president of 
North Indiana conference Epworth League. Brother of 709. Married, 
June 12, 1SS4, to Miss Annie L. Barrett, of Anderson. Indiana. 

749. Pinckney William Smith. 

Washington, D. C. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., ISS.j. Born. I860, in Mattoon. Illinois. Newspaper 
correspondent ; 1SS5, in Treasury Department, Washington D. C. 

750. Edwin Clayton Smith. 

Manufacturing and Merchandising, Ocala, Florida. 
A. B. Born, May 3, 1837, in Perrysville. Indiana. Married. September 
7, 18S7, to Miss L. Bertha Jones, of Lawrence, Massachusetts. 

751. Andrew Stephenson. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1885 ; Ph. D., 1890, Johns Hopkins University. Born, 
September 26. 1856, in Metamora. Illinois. 1882-84. principal of public- 
schools, Sparland, Illinois ; 18S4-88, professor of Latin and Greek in the 
Upper Iowa University ; 1888-90, student of history and politics, Johns 
Hopkins University ; 1890-94, assistant professor of history, Wesleyan 
University, Middletown, Connecticut ; 1894 — , professor of history, De- 
Pauw University ; has published "Public Lands and Agrarian Laws of 
the Roman Republic." in J. II. U. Historical Studies, ninth series ; a 
syllabus of lectures in European history, Pelton & King, Middletown, 
Connecticut ; Syllabus of Lectures in European History from the Fall of 
Home to 1890, Inland Publishing Company, Terre Haute, Ind. ; Syllabus 
of Lectures and Library Guide in Church History. M. J. Beckett, Green- 
castle, Indiana (1898) ; A History of Liberty, Powers. Higley & Co., 
Chicago (in preparation). Married, August 17, 18S3, to Miss Julia Root. 

752. Edward Asbury Spinks. 

121 North Rose Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1885. Born, October 11, 1859. at West Lebanon, In- 
diana. Engaged in milling and timbering ; 1895. flour dealer, Kalamazoo. 
Married, December 23, 1890, to Miss Lulu E. Wattles, of Kalamazoo, 
Michigan. 

753. William Irven Taylor. 

Minister, Sacramento, Kentucky. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1885. Born, March 2, 1854, in Warren county, Kentucky. 

1882, entered the Kentucky conference, and appointed to College Hill , 

1883, principal of Ayres Academy, College Hill ; 1884, student in Garrett 
Biblical Institute, and pastor of Milwaukee Avenue and Brighton Park 
Missions. Chicago ; 1886, transferred to North Indiana conference. Ap- 
pointments : 1886, Inwood ; 1887, Monroeville : 1889, student in Garrett 
Biblical Institute ; 1890, supernumerary relation, transferred to the Colo- 
rado conference ; appointments : 1891-92, Lamar ; 1892, La Junta ; 1894, 
Cameron Memorial, Denver ; 1895-96, Georgetown ; 1897, Silverton ; 
transferred to Kentucky conference ; appointments : 1898-99, Bremen ; 
1898, president Bremen College and Perryman Institute. Hardinsburg ; 
1900, Sacramento, Kentucky. Married, August 15, 1882, to Miss Gertrude 
Temple. 



144 DePauw University. 

754. Charles Nebeker Thompson. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1885. Born. July 7. 1801. in Covington. Indiana. Mem- 
ber of the firm of Carson & Thompson : 1892, wrote law book. "Thompson 
on Building Associations"' ; second edition in 1899 ; 1900, member Indiana 
State Senate. Married, October 7, 1891, to Miss Julia A. Conner, of In- 
dianapolis. 

755. Anna Elizabeth Walker. 

Teacher, 948 South Logan Street. Cleveland, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 18S5. Born, April 18. I860, in Attica. Indiana. Teacher 
in schools, Toledo, Ohio ; now teaching in public schools of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

756. Justin Afer Wilson. 

Architect, O'Dell, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, 1854, in Newtown. Indiana. 1882. assistant principal 
in bovs' school, Calcutta, India ; 1883 — , architect and contractor. Mar- 
ried, April 8, 1886, Miss Emily A. Borum, of O'Dell, Indiana. 



XLIV. CLASS OF 1S83. 



757. Samuel Logan Brengle. 

Minister, Salvation Army, Armenia Union, New York City. 
A. B. Born, June 1, 1S60, in Fredericksburgh, Indiana. 1883, entered 
Northwest Indiana conference, and appointed to Brookston ; 1884. dele- 
gate to State Sunday School Convention ; 1SS4-86, student in School of 
Theology. Boston University : pastor Eggleston Square Church, Boston ; 
1887, united with the Salvation Army : spent six months in England ; 
1888-89. engaged in Salvation Army work in Taunton, Danbury and Bos- 
ton, Massachusetts ; 1892-96, in command of the Maine and New Hamp- 
shire district of the Salvation Army : 1896, general secretary, North- 
western Chief Division, Chicago ; 1896-97. general secretary. Central 
Division, New York ; 1897, delegate to International Convention of 
Societies of Christian Endeavor, San Francisco : 1898, delegate to Stu- 
dents' Volunteer International Convention. Cleveland ; 1897. appointed 
National Spiritual Special of the Salvation Army ; published "Helps to 
Holiness" (1896). Married, 1887, to Miss Elizabeth R. Swift. 

758. Charles Sumner Bridges. 

Mining, Tacoma, Washington. 
Ph. P.. Born, November 9, 1862, Morton, Indiana. Married, February 
10, 1886, Flora A. Manlove. 

759. Tunie Buskirk, (nee Hays). 

Bloomington, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. January 8. 1863. in Greencastle. A sister of 662. Teacher 
in public schools. Married, April 12, 1892, Mr. Philip K. Buskirk, of 
Bloomington, Indiana. 



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760. John Joseph Collins. 

Lawyer. Springfield, Missouri. 
Ph. B. : LL. B.. University of Virginia. 18S7. Born. July 8. 1859. in 
Bedford, Kentucky. Married, Miss Mary Calhoun. April 5, 1S87. 

761. Araziah Lorraine Doss. 

Attorney -at-La\v, Anderson, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : LL. B.. 1881. University of Michigan. Born, 1S61, in Indiana. 
Member of law firm, Sheldon & Doss, rooms 4, 5 and 6, Olympic Building, 
Anderson, Indiana. Married, May 7. 1885. to Miss Emma E. Heinold. 

762. James Wilson Finch. 

Valdez. Prince William's Sound, Alaska. 
A. B. Born in Grandview, Indiana. Engaged in mercantile business ; 
1897, removed to Alaska, where he is engaged in prospecting and mining. 

763. Wilber N. Funk, deceased. 

Ph. B. Born. October 20, 1857. in Warsaw, Indiana. 1886-88. deputy 
treasurer Kosciusko county. Indiana ; 1888-92. deputy auditor Kosciusko 
county, Indiana. Married, January 5, 1886. to Miss Clara Beck. Died, 
April 14, 1894, at Warsaw, Indiana. 

764. Frederick Reed Giles, deceased. 

Ph. P.. Born, June 26, 1864, Evansville, Indiana. Connected with 
Pueblo Star: Cheyenne Sun; Chicago Times; San Francisco Examiner; 
New York Telegram; 1895, with New York Evening World; writer of 
magazine fiction : wrote drama "The Black Masque." produced at Star 
Theatre in 1895. Died, April 22, 1897, in St. Joseph's Hospital. New York 
City. 

765 William Ransdall Goodwin. 

358 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1886. Born, August 19. I860, in Brookville. Indiana. A 
son of 137, brother of 554. Vice-president of the J. H. Sanders Pub- 
lishing Company, and associate editor. The Breeders' Gazette, Chicago. 
Married, November 3, 1892, to Mary Eva Putnam Hazlett, Quincy, 
Illinois. 

766. Robert James Greene. 

Lawyer, 210 South Eleventh Street. Lincoln. Nebraska. 
A. B. : A. M. Born, 1863. in Delphi, Indiana. Lawyer. Member of 
firm of Billingslev & Greene. Married. December 1. 1887, to Miss Maud* 1 
Miller. 

767. Edgar Eugene Hendee. 

Lawyer, Anderson. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M. Born. March 6. 1861. in Warsaw. Indiana. 1883-84, 
superintendent of public schools in Winamac ; 1886. practicing law in 
Anderson. Indiana : orator at the Phi Kappa Psi G. A. C. banquet at In 
dianapolis : 1888. deputy prosecuting attorney for Madison county : 
1890-91, partner with Charles L. Henry : 1893. member of law firm. Chip 
man, Keltner & Hendee. Married, April 6. 1886. Miss Mattie O. Thayer, of 
Warsaw, Indiana. 

768. John Simonson Howk. 

Minister. 222 Walnut Street. Jeffersonville. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M„ 1886 : D. D., 1896, DePauw. Born. May 28. 1863. in New 
Albany, Indiana. A son of 43, and brother of S98. 1884. admitted to 

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146 DePauw University. 

practice in the Indiana Supreme Court : 1S85, entered upon preparation 
for the ministry, in the Theological Seminary at Princeton, New Jersey : 
1888, graduated from same ; June 19, 1888, ordained and installed pastor 
of the Rehoboth (Maryland) church, the oldest Presbyterian church in 
America, also pastor of Pitts Creek Presbyterian church, Pocomoke, Mary- 
land ; 1898-99, pastor Presbyterian church, East Palestine, Ohio ; 1899 — , 
First Presbyterian church, Jeffersonville, Indiana. Married, May 31. 
1888, to Miss May L. Collins, of New Albany, Indiana. 

769. Joseph George Ibach. 

Lawyer, 102 Commercial Bank Building, Hammond, Indiana. 
A. B. ; LL. B.. 1885, DePauw University. Born, March 15, 1862, Hunt- 
ington, Indiana. 1885-87, deputy prosecuting attorney, Huntington 
county, Indiana : 1891, removed to'Hammond, Indiana. Married, May 27. 
1885, to Miss Minnie M. Friedley. 

770. Eleanor Igleheart. 

418 Locust Street, Evansville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M. Born, June 8, 1S59, in Evansville. Sister of 801. 1884. 
student of French and German in Paris and Dresden ; 1890-93, instructor 
in modern languages, DePauw University ; 1897, student at Tours, France : 
1898. principal of American School at Rome, Italy ; 1900 — , traveling in 
Europe. 

771. John Wesley Jones. 

Minister, Everett, Massachusetts. 
A. B. Born, August 6, 1861, in Rockport, Indiana. Principal Peters- 
burgh (Indiana i High school; 1895, member of Baltimore conference and 
stationed at Bethany, Baltimore ; transferred to Tennessee conference and 
etationed at First Church, Knoxville ; transferred to New England and sta- 
tioned at Everett, Massachusetts. Married. November 14, 1895, to Miss 
Nancy H. McMahan (Indiana University, "91). 

772. Mitchell Stewart Marble. 

Minister, Wabash, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1887 : D. D., 1897. Born, July 4, 1854, near Rising Sun. 
Indiana. 1883, entered North Indiana conference and appointed to Lewis- 
ville and Ogden ; 1884, Orland ; 1885, Albion ; 1888, North Manchester : 
1892, Berry Street, Fort Wayne ; 1894, elected visitor to DePauw Uni- 
versity : 1895-1901, presiding elder of Fort Wayne district ; 1901 — , pastor 
First Church, Wabash : 1900, delegate to Methodist General conference. 
Married. March 27, 1884. to Miss Emily Frances Stephenson, sister of 
468, 816 and 874. 

773. Edwin Lincoln Martin. 

8-12 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1886. Born, January 13, 1862, in Meadville, Pennsylva- 
nia. A brother of 500, 602, 667 and 823. Confidential clerk and manager 
of the sales department of Crawford. Ebersole & Smith — Smith & Nixon. 
Married, May 19, 1891, to Miss Caraline Ebersole, Avondale, Cincinnati. 

774. Charles Naylor Mikels. 

Lawyer, Newcastle. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, April 9, 1861, in Romney. Indiana. Brother 
of 1186 and 1305. Admitted to bar of Henry Circuit Court, in 1890 : 
1894-98, city clerk of Newcastle. Married. June 24, 1886, to Miss Rosa 
M. Redding, of Newcastle, Indiana. (See 742. j 



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775. George Brenton Moore. 

Flour Milling, Princeton, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1890. Born. March 2. 1862, in Urbana, Illinois. Married, 
May 4, 1887, to Miss Minnie Knight, of Greenoastle, Indiana. 

776. Izumy Nasu, deceased. 

A. B. Born, 1SG2, in Tokio. Japan. Professor in the Royal College at 
Tokio ; translated the Iliad into Japanese. Married, after returning to 
his native land. Died. November, 1885, happy in the Christian faith. 

777. Theodore Lee Neff. 

Teacher. The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; A. M„ 1886 : I'h. D., 1896, University of Chicago. Born. 1858, in 
Hartford City, Indiana. A brother of 564 and 705. 1884-86, student of 
<i»i'man, Hanover and Leipsic, Germany ; and of French, Paris, France ; 
1^86-87, instructor in the modern languages in DePauw University; 
1888-90, associate professor of modern languages; 1890-91, instructor in 
modern languages in the Iowa State University ; 1891-94, assistant pro- 
fessor of modern languages in the same ; 1893-96, graduate student of 
Komance languages in the University of Chicago ; 1894-96, senior fellow 
In Romance languages, ibed ; 1896. associate in Romance languages, ibed ; 
1897, instructor in Romance languages, ibed; Oct. 1899-Oct. 1900, studied 
in Paris and traveled in Europe ; 1900. published in French a work 
entitled: "La Satire des Femmes dans la Pocsie Lyriqitc Francaise du 
moven Age." Permanent address. Greencastle. Indiana. Married, October 
11, 1888, to Miss Cora Lloyd, of Greencastle, Indiana. (See 807.) 

778. Charles Sumner Olcott. 

85 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1SS6. Born, in Terre Haute, Indiana. A son of 139 
Associate editor and publisher of the Educational Weekly : now manager 
subscription department, Houghton, Mifflin & Co.. publishers. Boston. 
Married. 1886, to Miss Allie M. Gage. 

779. Richard Rolland Overstreet, deceased. 

A. B. Teacher. Born. March 11, 1861. in Spencer, Indiana. A brother 
of 644. 1S84, instructor in mathematics in DePauw University. Died, 
May 29, 1885, in Spencer. Indiana. 

780. Mary Glenn Paisley (nee Irvin). 

54 Adams Street. Somerville, Boston. Massachusetts. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1886. Born. September 29. 1863, in Greencastle. Indiana 
Married, May 3, 1893, to William C. Paisley, of Boston, Massachusetts. 

781. Anna May Phelps (nee Burnside). 

YVilloughby, Lake County, Ohio. 
Ph. B. Born. December 15. 1861. at Snoddy's Mills, Indiana. Student 
in Commercial College. 

782. Charles Dunham Rose. 

Teacher, University Place, Nebraska. 
Th. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, June 9, 1859, in Martinsville. Indiana. 
Pursued special studies in architecture ; 1884, civil engineer on Panama 
Canal ; 1885, Martinsville, Indiana, and Minneapolis, Minnesota ; 1886, 
superintendent construction on Midland R. R. ; 1887, civil engineer, Erin, 
Tennessee ; 1888 Noblesville, Indiana ; 1891 — . professor of mathematics. 
Nebraska Wesleyan University. Married. October 2, 1887, Miss Cora 
Butler, of Noblesville, Indiana. 



148 DePauw University. 

783. John Schurr. 

*Teacher, 620 N. Emporia Avenue. Wichita. Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894 ; M. D.. 1891. University of Michigan. Born, 1851, 
in Germany. 1883-85, principal of High school. New Castle, Indiana ; 
1885-88, superintendent of schools. Hutchinson. Kansas ; 1888-91, medical 
•tndent, University of Michigan ; 1893-94, teacher of mathematics. South- 
west Kansas College; 1894-95, German and Latin. Wichita High school. 
Married, 1877, Miss Lizzie Marshall. 

784. Thomas Jenkins Shannon, deceased. 

A. B. Born, August 11. 1858, in Mount Carmel, Illinois. Engaged In 
Y. M. C. A. work ; intended entering the ministry. Unmarried. Died, 
October 21, 1886, at Mount Carmel, Illinois. 

785. Moses Stephen Slaughter. 

Teacher, 633 Francis Street, Madison, Wisconsin. 

B. A., 1883 ; M. A.. 1886 ; Ph. D.. 1891. Johns Hopkins University. 
Born, October 3, 1860, in Morgan county. Indiana. 1883-87, graduate 
student of Latin and Greek in Johns Hopkins University ; 1885-86, fellow 
in Latin ; 1887-88, instructor in Latin in Bryn Mawr College ; 1888-89, 
professor in Latin in Hackettstown Institute ; 1889-96. professor of Latin 
in Iowa College ; 1893-94, studied at the Universities of Berlin and 
Munich, and traveled in Greece and Italy : 1896 — . professor of Latin in 
University of Wisconsin. Married. June 28. 1893, to Miss Gertrude Eliza- 
beth Taylor. 

786. Curtis Pendleton Smith. 

Lawyer, National Exchange Bank Building. Dallas, Texas. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1886 ; LL. B., 1887, Cincinnati Law School. Born, Octo- 
ber 21, 1861, in Vincennes, Indiana. 1888-89, assistant city attorney, 
Dallas, Texas ; 1889-91, special city judge ; 1891-92, member Dallas Board 
of Education ; 1892-96, member Dallas Board of Aldermen ; 1897-1900, 
city judge of Dallas ; member Dallas Commercial Club, Texas Pan-Hal- 
lenic Association, Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Turn Verein : secretary 
Dallas County Democratic Executive Committee for 1894-96. Married. 
October 21, 1891, to Miss Anna Elizabeth Renick. of Bourbon county, 
Kentucky. 

787. Lillian Emma Southard. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M. Born, July 17, 1862, in Terre Haute, Indiana. 1883-85, 
teacher in public schools of Wabash, Indiana : 1885-94. teacher in city 
schools of Greencastle : 1894 — . teacher in Greencastle High school. 

788. Frank Clifton Sweezy, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1887 ; M. D., 18S8, Eclectic Medical College, Cincinnati. 
Physician. Born, June 9, 1862. in Cross Plains. Indiana. 1888, began the 
practice of medicine in Cross Plains : member of the Ohio State Eclectic 
Medical Association and Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati. Married. 
July 20, 1887, to Miss Grace T. Willits. of Topeka. Kansas. Died, Novem- 
ber 4. 1894, at his home in Cross Plains, Indiana. 

789. Lerria Scarritt (nee Tarbell). 

44 Munn Avenue, East Orange. New Jersey. 
Ph. B. ; A. M. Born, November 7, 1860. in Ontario, Canada. Student 
of German, Berlin ; 1884-87, teacher of drawing and mathematics. Rhode 
Island Normal school. Married, September 20, 1887, Winthrop E. Scarritt. 
(See 747.) 



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790. Bushrod Wilbur Taylor. 

Civil Engineer, Louisville, Kentucky. 
Ph. B. 1883, inspector of masonry on I. & V. division, Pennsylvania 
Lines; 1884, assistant engineer of I. & V. division ; 1886, engineer mainte- 
nance of way, I. & V. division, also of the C. & M. V. railway ; 1888-90, 
engineer maintenance of way, J. M. & 1. division : 1890-95, engineer 
maintenance of way, Louisville division of the P., C, C. & St. L. Railway 
company. Married. May 5. 1880, to Miss Libbie Whitney, of Louisville, 
Kentucky. 

791. Charles Littell Urmston. 

2103 Wabash Avenue. Chicago. 
A. B. Born. 18G0. in Pocahontas, Arkansas. Brother of 716. In rail- 
way mail service. 

792. Edward Frank White. 

Farmer. Quincy, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 27, 1860, in Quincy, Indiana. Married. March 
1. 1888, to Miss Chase Harris. 

793. Francis Barbour Wynn. 

Thysician, 18 E. Ohio Street, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1886; M. D.. 1885, Medical College of Ohio: 1885 86. 
house Physician of Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati ; 1886-88, assistant 
physician, Dayton Asylum for Insane ; 188S-90, member of medical staff. 
Northern Hospital for Insane, Logansport, Indiana : 1891-92, pursued 
post graduate medical study in New York, Berlin and Vienna ; subse- 
quently located in Indianapolis; professor of Pathological Anatomy, Med) 
cal College of Indiana : 1895, city sanatarian of Indianapolis ; 1898-99, 
secretary of Marion County Medical Society ; 1897-1900, chairman of com- 
mittee on Pathology, Indiana State Medical Society : secretary of the 
Section on Pathology and Pathological Exhibit. American Medical Asso- 
ciation. Married, 1895, to Miss Carrie L. Arnold, of Dayton, Ohio. 



XLV. CLASS OF 1884. 



794. Ephenor Adrastus Brown. 

Teacher, Sioux City, Iowa. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1893. Born. August 27, 1857. in Morgan county. In- 
diana. 1884-90, principal public school. Sergeant's Bluff. Iowa ; 1890-94, 
professor of mathematics. University of the Northwest, Sioux City, Iowa ; 
1893, elected superintendent of schools. Woodbury county, Iowa ; 1894- 
1900, county superintendent of schools, Woodbury county. Iowa ; 1900 — , 
principal Normal Department. Morningside College, Sioux City. Iowa. 
Married, April 8, 1885, to Miss Meta Mullinix, of Cloverdale. Indiana. 

795. Thomas Gavin Chambers. 

Lawyer, Enid. Oklahoma. 
A B. Born. November 6, 1861, In Charleston, Illinois. 1892-94. mem- 
ber of the House of Representatives from Sherman county. Kansas ; dis- 
trict attorney. Married, ISS4, to Miss Flora Gossett, of Wabash, Indiana. 



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796. William Russell Chase. 

Minister, 1537 Calliope Street, New Orleans. Louisiana. 
A. B. Born, August 26, 1857, in Sparta. Ohio. Wholesale lumber 
salesman for J. L. Rumbarger Lumber Company, of Dobbin and Davis, 
West Virginia ; superintendent of Davis Band-Saw mill ; 1888, entered 
North Ohio conference and appointed to Chesterville : 1880. Gambier ; 
1894-99, Edison ; 1898-99, traveled in Europe, Egypt and the Holy Land ; 

1899, transferred to Louisiana conference ; 1899. presiding elder of New 
Orleans Central District and pastor of St. Charles Avenue church ; wrote 
"History of Methodism in Monroe County," (Ind.). Married. June 19. 1884, 
to Miss Mary E. Rumbarger, deceased ; married. October 24. 1894, to Miss 
Martha J. Pickering, who died December 7, 1899. 

797. John Bernard Curtis. 

♦Commercial Traveler. Scotland. South Dakota. 
A. B. Born, 1863, in Buda. Illinois. Married, June 22, 1884. Miss 
Minnie Smith. 

798. Charles Sumner Ferris. 

Lawyer, Burr Block, Lincoln. Nebraska. 
A. B. : A. M., 1894. Born. October 5, 1863. in Vermillion, Illinois. 

799. Tamar Gray Cole. 

Teacher, No. 654 West Thirty-eighth Street. Los Angeles. California. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1887. Born, July 12, 1863. in Terre Haute. Indiana. 
1885-86, teacher of Latin and Greek. Xenia College. Xenia. Ohio : 1887- 

1900. professor of Greek, College of Liberal Arts. University of Southern 
California. Married. June, 1898, to J. Harrison Cole, professor of Latiu 
In University of Southern California. 

800. Francis Wayland Hanawalt. 

Teacher, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1887. Born, February 22. 1859. in Monticello, Indiana. 
1878-80, assistant in High-school, Monticelio. Indiana ; 1884-93, professor 
of mathematics and astronomy, in Mt. Morris College ; 1893-98. instructor 
in mathematics, DePauw University ; 1898 — . professor of mathematics 
and astronomy, Iowa Wesleyan University, Mt. Pleasant. Iowa : summers 
of 1897 and 1899, graduate student in Chicago University. Married. June 
15, 1887, to Miss Virginia Weller, of Mt. Morris, Illinois. 

801. William Iglehart. 

Manager, The Herald, Salt Lake City. Utah. 
Ph. B. Born, August 21, 1862. in Evansville, Indiana. 1889-94. on 
editorial staff The Record. Chicago ; 1894-98, city editor Salt Lake Tribune, 
Salt Lake City : 1898 — . manager of The Herald. Salt Lake City. Mar- 
ried, June 28, 1892, to Miss Ruth Priest, of Henderson, Kentucky. 

802. Marshall Gray Lee. 

225 Rose Dispensary Building. Terre Haute. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 18S7. Born. November 9, 1857. in Clark county, Illinois. 

803. Frank Terrell Lodge. 

Lawyer. Whitney Opera House Building. Detroit, Michigan. 
A. B. : A. M., 1887. Born. July 12. 1859, in Madison. Indiana. 1SS4, 
instructor in German in DePauw University : 1894. poet of the Alumni 
Association ; president of the Owosso & Corunna Street Railway Company 
and other corporations. 



The Alumni. 151 

804. Ewing McLean. 

Manufacturer, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, December 27, 1864, in Savannah. Missouri. Manufacturer 
of standard electric telephones. Married. May 29, 1890, to Miss Beulait 
Gertrude Cooper, of Greencastle. Indiana. 

805. Elbert William McMahon, deceased. 

A. B. Born, December 13. 1858, in Blountsville. Indiana. Teacher. 
1S84-85, professor of Latin and Greek in Fort Wayne College; 1886, 
traveled in the south. Died. January 4, 1S88. at Dublin. Indiana. 

806. Charles Lincoln Mooney, deceased. 

A. B. Lawyer, Born, November 10, 1S62, in Pana. Illinois. 18S4-87, 
clerk in the office of the adjutant general of Illinois ; 1SS6. adjutant of 
Companv C, Fifth Infantry. I. N. G.. with rank of captain. Died. Janu 
ary 28, 1887, in Springfield. Illinois. 

807. Cora Neff (nee Lloyd). 

Permanent Address, Greencastle. Indiana. 

Ph. B. : A. M., 1887. Born. 1864, in Putnam county, Indiana. 1885-88, 
teacher in High school. Terre Haute. Married, October 11, 1S88. to Prof. 
Theodore L. Neff. professor in Chicago University. (See 777.) 

808. George Murphy Payne. 

Journalist. Baltimore. Maryland. 

A. B. Born, September 24, 1862, in La Gro, Indiana. 1S85. reporter, 
Indianapolis Times; 1886. Louisville Courier- Journal ; 1887. Kansas City 
Journal: 1888, Kansas City Star; 1889-91. city editor Kansas City Star; 
1892. assistant city editor Chicago Tribune; 1893, city editor Washington 
Post: 1894, city editor Baltimore News; 1900 — , managing editor the 
Baltimore News. 

809. Henry Means Pindell. 

Journalist, 204 Main Street, Peoria. Illinois. 

A. B. Born. December 23. 1860, in St. Joseph. Missouri. Editor Wabash 
Times; city editor State Register, Springfield. Illinois; 1887-89, city treas- 
urer, Springfield : proprietor Peoria Dailu He raid -Transcript. Married, 
October 29, 1890, Miss Lyle A. Smith, of Springfield. Illinois. 

810. John Francis Powell. 

♦Teacher. Marinette, Wisconsin. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1877. Born, December 18, 1862. in Muncie, Indiana. 
1885-87, principal High school. Kendallville. Indiana: 1887-89, principal 
High school ; 1889-95. superintendent of city schools. Marinette. Wis- 
consin. 

811. David Anderson Rodgers. 

Minister, Newport, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1887. Born, February 16, 1856, in Martinsville. Indiana. 
Member of the Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : 1882-84, 
Clark's Hill; 1884-87. Camden; 1887-89. Jamestown: 1889-90, New Rich 
mond ; 1890-91, Lowell ; 1891-93, Rossville ; 1893-97, Pine Village ; 1897-99, 
Brookston : 1899 — . Newport ; member class 1886. C. L. S. C. Married, 
November 25. 1890, to Miss V. Grace Miller, of Brlnghurst, Indiana. 



152 DePauw University. 

£12. Jesse Wakefield Rucker. 

Physician. Shelbyville, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1887: M. 1).. 1887. Ohio Medical College. Horn. February 
5, 1864, in Greensburgh, Indiana ; secretary Shelby County Medical So- 
ciety : city editor Shelbyville Jeffersonian. Married, September 13, 1887. 
to Miss Stella D. Green. 

813. Edward Lincoln Scarritt, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1887. Lawyer. Born, July 20. 1859, Dorchester. Illinois. 
1888. removed to Tacoma. Washington; practiced law: 3889. organized 
jukI became president Washington National Bank, Tacoma. Died, August 
3 3, 1890. 

814. Joseph W. Shackelford, deceased. 

A. B. Teacher and Editor. Born, March 10, 1860, near Warsaw. Indiana. 
1884, superintendent of schools, North Manchester, Indiana; 1887, superin- 
tendent of schools, Belleville, Kansas; 1889, editor of Belleview Telescope; 
3891-93, editor Connersville (Indiana) Times; 1893. editor Anderson 
(Indiana) Herald; at different times connected with Indianapolis Journal, 
Illinois State Journal. Chicago Inter Ocean and Kansas City Times. Mar- 
ried, January 3. 1888. to Edith Gordon, of Metamora. Indiana. Died. 
October 10. 1893. at Anderson, Indiana. 

815. Charles Foster Spray. 

Minister. Marysville, Missouri. 

Ph. B. ; A. M.. 3 887. Born, February 5, 1861. in Marion county. Indiana. 
1884-86, teacher. West Newton, Indiana; 1886. entered the ministrv of 
M. E. Church. Appointments: 1886-88, Centre Point: 1888. Monrovia, 
indiana; 1880, Tombstone, Arizona; 1890-92, Prescott. Arizona: 1892-95. 
Hamilton. Missouri ; for three years a member of board of examiners for 
teachers in public school work in Arizona. Married. April 8. 1889, Miss 
Gertrude Jenkins, of Centre Point, Indiana. 

816. Bertha Stephenson. 

Teacher, Pendleton. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1887. Born in Pendleton. Indiana. A sister of 468 ami 
874. At present (1895) teacher in Muncie (Indiana) public schools. 

817. William Franklin Switzer. 

Minister, Rochester. Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M., 1887 ; B. D., 1887. Drew Theological Seminary. Born. 
January 21, 1857, in Otterbein. Indiana. A brother of 713. 1883-84. 
pastor in Harmony and Knightsville ; 1884-87, student in Drew Theological 
Seminary: 1887-91,, pastor of Methodist Episcopal church at Covington: 
3 891-96, Michigan City; 1896-1900. Danville: 1900—. Rochester. Married. 
June, 1887, to Miss Anna S. Hiett, of Sugar Grove, Indiana. 

818. Martha Tarbell. 

Providence, Rhode Island. 

A. B. : A. ML, 1887 : A. M.. 1894. Brown University ; Ph. D„ 1897, Brown 
University. Born. August 23, 3862, in Ontario. Canada. A sister of 789. 
3884-85. student in Germany : 1885-86. teacher of modern languages at 
Greylock Institute; 3886-90, private secretary of H. S. Tarbell. super- 
intendent of Providence schools ; joint author of Tarbell's Lessons in Lan- 
guage and Grammar, the Werner Series of Geographies, and Tarbell's 
Geographical Series. 



The Alumni. 153 

819. Minnie Claire Thayer (nee Ridpath). 
Greenfield, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1887. Born, November 8, 1805. in Thorntown, Indiana. 
A daughter of 220. Married, September 28, 1880. K. P. Thayer. Jr. 
(See 914.) 

£20. Josephine Torr (nee Cavins). 

(Jreencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Horn. August 18, 1802, in Greeneastle, Indiana. Taught ai 
Bloomington, Indiana. Married, November 4, 1885. to Joseph D. Tore. 

821. George Washington Van Horn. 

Minister and Teacher, Osaka. Japan. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1879, Cumberland University. Born. 1840. in Allegheny, 
Pennsylvania. 1883, principal and proprietor of the Van Horn Insti- 
tute. Slaughterville, Kentucky : 1887. pastor Cumberland Presbyterian 
church, Brownsville. Pennsylvania. Since 1888. missionary to Japan. 
Married. 1878, to Miss Frances M. Dorsey. 

822. Wilbert Ward. 

Lawyer. South Bend. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1887 : LL. P.., 1880. DePauw University. Born. April 
20, 1801, in St. Joseph county, Indiana. 1884-85. principal Clayton 
High school: 1880-88. principal Anderson High school; 1888. practic- 
ing law. South Bend. Indiana; 1889. deputy internal revenue collector: 
18!>4-08. city attorney of South Bend: 1901, appointed city attorney 
of South Bend. Married, December 2'.), 1886, to Miss Alice Clearheart, of 
South Bend, Indiana. 

823. Anna Irene Whitted (nee Martin), fin-eased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1887. Born. February 8, 1805. in Wheeling. West Virginia 
A sister of 500. 602. 607 and 773. 18S4. professor of Latin and Greek 
in Xenia College: 1880-88, instructor in preparatory department DePauw 
University. Married, August 28, 1888, to Elmer E. Whitted. (See 961.) 
Died, June 30, 1891, at the home of her parents, Greencastle, Indiana. 

824. Lemon Geddis Yocum. 

Hayesville. Ohio. 
A. B. Born. April 21. 1861, in Hayesville, Ohio. 



XLVI. CLASS OF 1885. 



£25. Emerson Etheridge Ballard. 

Lawyer and Law Writer, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1888. Born, near Wheaton. Putnam county. Indiana. 
Kebruarv 27. 1805. One of the authors of Thornton and Ballard's "An- 
notated Indiana Practice Code." "Ballard's Indiana Law of Real Property," 
"Ballard's Kentuckv Law of Real Prooertv." "Ballard's Ohio Law of Real 
Propertv ;" now engaged as editor in chief of the Ballard Publishing 
Company, publishers of "Ballard's Law of Real Property." a national serial 
publication, and of other law books. Married, December 29, 1888, to Miss 
Ella F. Clodfelter, of Crawfordsville, Indiana. 



154 DePauw University. 

826. Millard Julian Beckett. 

St. Joseph, Michigan. 
A. B. ; A. M„ 1888. Born, in Hymera, Sullivan county. Indiana, August 
23. 1859. 1885-88, publisher of the Bloomfield NewSj publisher Greencastle 
daily and weekly Banner-Times ; 1898-90, manager Appleton Printing an<t 
Paper Company, Appleton. Wisconsin ; 1899 — . secretary and treasurer of 
A. B. Morse Company, printers and binders, St. Joseph, Michigan. Mar- 
ried. October 27, 1887, to Miss Mary E. Ward, of Greenfield, Tennessee. 

827. James Asbury Beatty. 

Minister, Ehvood, Indiana. 
A B. ; A. M., 1888. Born, in Zanesville. Indiana. August 19, 1857. 
18S5-86, pastor of M. E. Church, Coesse. Indiana : 1886-87, pastor of M. 
E. Church, Harlan, Indiana : 1888-89, Leesburg : 1889-92. Angola ; 1892-96, 
Ligonier : 1896-99, Warsaw : 1899 — , Elwood. Married. December 9, 1886, 
to Miss Ina M. Church. 

828. Flora Alice Bridges (nee Manlove). 

Tacoma. Washington. 
Ph. B. Born, in Clinton. Illinois, January 20. 1S64. Married, February 
10. 1886, Charles Sumner Bridges. 

829. Clarence Witham Bennett. 

Publisher of the Standard, Boonville. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, April 8, 1862. in Boonville. Indiana. Engaged in news- 
paper work for four years in Louisville, Kentucky and St. Louis, Missouri ; 
publisher of the Boonville Standard. Married. Mav 20, 1890, Miss Ella 
Hatfield. 

830. Henry Walter Bever. 

Merchant, Hebron, Nebraska. 
A. B. Born, March 30, I860, near Hillsboro, Indiana. Farmer and 
Merchant. Married, August 30, 1890, Miss Blanche Reed, of Newtown, 
Indiana. 

831. Albert Jeremiah Beveridge. 

Attorney-at-Law. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 6. 1862. in Highland county. Ohio. Junior United 
States senator from Indiana. Married, in 1SS7. to Miss Kate Maud Lan^* 
dale, of Greencastle, Indiana, deceased. 

832. Marx Briedenbach. 

1309 Locust Street, East Walnut Hills. Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Ph. B. Born. October 11, 1862, in Montezuma, Indiana. 

833. Jesse Blake Bridges. 

Lawyer. Montesano. Washington. 
Ph. B. Born, November 10. 1862, in Cairo. Indiana. 1886, admitted 
to the bar, Indianapolis ; prosecuting attorney. Chehalis county. 

834. George Washington Christie. 

Railway Postal Clerk. Hadley, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. September 12. 1861, io Hadley. Indiana. 1SS5-S6. taught 
In Stilesville schools. 



The Alumni. 155 

835. John William Clark. 

Lumber Dealer, 1S08 North Pennsylvania Street. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
Ph. P.. Born. April 13, 1S62. in Mat toon, Illinois. Member or" firm, 
Poach and Clark, dealers in hardwood lumber, Alvord street, near Lin- 
coln avenue, Indianapolis. Married. June 18. 1890, to Miss Sadie L. 
Levings. of Taris, Illinois. 

836. James Armstrong Clippinger, deceased. 

Ph. P..: A. M.. 1888. Lawyer. Born. July 1. 1861, in Gettysburg, 
Pennsylvania. 1SSS. admitted to the bar : 1889, attorney for Coronado 
Beach Company. Died, June 24, 1S80. in California. 

837. Mary Lucinda Collins. 

Teacher, 56 Frederick Street. Huntington, Indiana. 
A. P.. Born, April 4. 1861. in New York City. 1885-87, teacher in 
Orphans' Home. Huntington. Indiana: 1887 — , district corresponding sec- 
retary of the W. F. Missionary Society. 

838. Samuel Elbert Crose. 

Physician and Surgeon, 210 West Washington Street. Indianapolis. Iml. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1888 ; M. D., 1888. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
Indianapolis. Born. November 18. 1865, in Cloverdale, Indiana. 1888-80, 
resident physician. Indianapolis City Hospital ; 1889, elected demonstratoj 
in chemistry in college of Physicians and Surgeons ; 1S92 — , member o" 
consulting staff, city dispensary ; 1892. elected professor of chemistry, 
Indiana Veterinary College ; 1804. elected professor of medical chemistry, 
toxicology and medical jurisprudence. Central College Physicians and Sur- 
geons : 1S94. appointed a deputy coroner. Marion county. Married. June 

I, 1S93, to Miss Elsbeth Georgiaua Gordon, of Toronto, Canada. 

839. Grace Church (nee Ward). 

St. Joseph. Michigan. 
Ph. B. Born. January 16. 1864. in Michigan City. Indiana. Married, 
September S. 1886. William B. Church, at St. Joseph, Michigan. 

840. Sanford Darrah. 

Attorney-at-Law, Fort Collins, Colorado. 
Ph. B. Born. August 5. 1850, in Mt. Blanchard. Ohio. Married. August 

II, 1S92. Miss Annie II. Reiley, of Sardinia, Indiana. 

841. John Alben Davis. 

Minister, Merkerson, Kansas. 
A. B. : A. M., 1880. Born, November 25, 1857, near Delaware. Ohio. 
1886. entered the Southwest Kansas conference, and stationed at Cold- 
water ; 1887. Attica : 18SS. Geuda Springs ; 1880, Pratt ; 1891, Sedgwick ; 
L805. Great Bend: 1897. McPherson ; 1900. presiding elder of McPherson 
district. Married, July 25, 188s, to Miss Kate Delzell. of Attica. Kansas. 

842. James Elmer Durham. 

Druggist and Manufacturing Chemist. Muncie, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, in Russellville, Indiana. March 12. 1862. Completed 
business course in Bryant's Business College, Chicago ; studied pharmacy. 
Married, July 5, 1888, to Miss Ella J. Edwards. 

843. Jonathan Emeny. 

East St. Louis, Illinois. 
A. B. Born. October 31. 1856. at Tolleshunt D'Arcy. Essex county, 
England. 1885-86. pastor Winamac M. E. Church; 18S6-S7, pastor Ver- 
mont M. E. Church. Illinois ; Marmount. Illinois. 



156 DePauw University. 

844. Franklin Forrest Ferry. 

Physician, New Paris, Pennsylvania. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894 ; M. D., Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia. 
Pennsylvania. Born, November 20, 1859. in New Paris, Pennsylvania. 
Married, July 2, 1890, to Miss Ada Schoenthal. 

845. Samuel Forsyth, deceased. 

I'h. B. Born, November 25, 1S63, in Grandview, Indiana. 

846. John M. Goodwin. 

♦Bowling Green, Kentucky. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1894. Born, December 29, 1862, near Bowling Green. 
Kentucky. 1886-87, practiced law in the firm of YVilkins & Goodwin : 
1888, entered the ministry of the Christian Church ; an evangelist hold- 
ing meetings in Kentucky, Indiana. Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska. 
Arkansas, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia and Mississippi ; pastor at 
<Juincy, Illinois, and Owensboro, Kentucky ; author of "Modern Pagan- 
ism," and "The Trial of Jesus." Married, July 11, 1891, Miss Ida M. 
Henley, of Jonesboro, Tennessee. 

847. Thomas Morris Guild. 

Minister. Huntington, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M., 1890. Born, June 29, 1854. in Pine Village, Indiana. 
Member of North Indiana conference ; appointments : Hillsboro. Hagers- 
town, Greentown. Ligonier, Auburn, and Huntington. Married, February 

22, 1874, to Miss Sarah M. Brown. 

848. Ida May Howard (nee Curtis). 

Hunter, North Dakota. 
I'h. P.: A. M.. 1S88. Born, December 21, 18G4, in Sheffield. Illinois. 
1887. assistant principal High school ; 1890-91, studied art in Atlanta. 
Georgia. Married, May 22. 1894 to Theodore Howard. 

849. David Brown Johnson. 

Minister, Chillicothe, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, in Scott county. Indiana, November 12, 1861. 1886. en- 
tered St. Louis conference and appointed to Avilla. Missouri ; 1887, trans- 
ferred to Detroit conference, and appointed to St. Ignace. Michigan ; 
Menominee. Michigan ; 1888, transferred to Austin conference, and ap- 
pointed to Harrisburg and Houston. Texas ; 1891, transferred to Central 
Illinois conference, and stationed at Lewiston ; 1892, Brimfield : 1893-96. 
Wesley church. Peoria : 1893-94, State secretary and organizer, Christian 
Temperance Alliance of Illinois: 1896 — . Chillicothe. 

850. Wellington Boyd Johnson. 

Teacher, Grand Island, Nebraska. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1888. Born, February 10. 1861, in Pittsburg, Indiana. 
1884-85, assistant in Physics, DePauw University: 18S5-87, teacher of 
Physics. Indianapolis High school : 1888, instructor in Chemistry, DePauw 
University : 1888-89, professor natural science, Kansas Wesleyan Uni- 
versity ; 1889-98, professor chemistry and physics, Franklin College : 
1898-99, Fairview, Georgia ; 1900, chemist, Alabama Consolidate Coal and 
Iron Company, Gadsden, Alabama ; 1900 — , professor of natural science 
in Grand Island College, Grand Island, Nebraska. Married. August 6. 
1886, to Miss Ida R. V. Paxton, of Greencastle, Indiana, who died October 

23. 1899, at Gadsden, Alabama. 

851. William Henry Jordan. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, December 21, 1859, in North Manchester, Indiana. 



The Alumni. 157 

852. LeRoy Melvin Krider. 

Minister, Auburn. Indiana. 
A. B., A. M. 1888, Born, April 5, 18r>3, in Cass county, Indiana. 
Member North Indiana Conference. Methodist Episcopal Church ; 1SS5- 
88, pastor Wabash Circuit : 1888-90, La Gro Circuit ; 1890-92, Grac 
Church. Marion ; 1892-94. Angola ; 1894-97. Portland ; 1897-99, Elwood ; 
1899-1901, Hartford City ; 1901, Auburn. Married. January 12, 1886, to 
Miss Artura A. McMahon. (See 853.) 

853. Artura Alice Krider (nee McMahon). 

Auburn. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, August IS, 1856. Married. January 12. 1886, to Rev. 
LeRoy M. Krider. (See 8.V_'.> 

854. Martha Belle Longden. 

Greencastle. Indiana? 1 
A. B. : A. M., 1894. Born, in Charleston. Indiana. A sister of 700 and 
701. 1894-97, Assistant Librarian, DePauw University : 1897 — , Librar- 
ian, DePauw University. 

855. Mary Louisa Longden (nee Johnson). 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1894. Born, August 22, 1860, in Greenwood, Indiana. 
Married, July 7, 1886, to Professor Henry B. Longden. (See 701.) 

856. Mattie Elizabeth Lough. 

Teacher, 421 North Pine Avenue, Austin, Illinois 
A. B. : A. M., 1888. Born. March 2, 1862, in Frankfort. Taught in the 
public schools of South Bend and Frankfort. Indiana ; 1889, Lebanon High 
school ; principal of High school, Cheyenne, Wyoming ; teacher »f mathe- 
matics. High school, Austin. Illinois. 

857. Horace Anderson Marshall, deceased. 

A. B. Civil Engineer. Born. July 27, 1864, in Martinsville, Indiana. 
1885-86. draughtsman of surveying party, Montana. Married. May, 1885. 
to Miss Lettie Snyder, of Martinsville. Died. May 2. 1886. being drowned 
in the Missouri, near Gordon. Montana. 

858. William Henry Masters. 

Insurance, Thorntown. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1888. Born, November 1, 1858, in Franklin county. In 
diana. 1885-86, assistant principal of High school, Lebanon, Indiana ; 
1886-89, professor of Belles-Lettres and History, Texas Wesleyan College ; 
1889, principal High school, Rushville, Indiana; 1892-99, principal Mun- 
cie High school ; 1899 — . special agent for Mutual Life Insurance 
Company, of New York. Married. December 26. 1888. to Miss Helen Ger- 
rells. 

859. Oliver P. Matson, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M. Born. March 13. 1865, at Spring Valley farm, near Green 
castle. 1885-87, assistant Librarian of DePauw University ; 1887-89. stu- 
dent at the Theological Seminary, Nachota. Wisconsin. Died. February 2, 
1889, at Nachota : buried in Forest Hill cemetery. Greencastle, Indiana. 

860. Charles Henry McAnney, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1888. Born, February 12, 1857, in East Portchester, Con- 
necticut. 1885-87, pastor M. E. Church in Princeton. New Jersey : 1888, 
pastor Long Branch, New Jersey ; 1889-90, Washington Square M. E. 



158 DePauw University. 

Church. New York City : 1891-95, St. Paul's M. E. Church. Tarrytown, 
New York : 1S95-96, Mt. Kisco, New York. Married, September 23, 1885, 
to Miss Lulu M. Jones. Died, October 6, 1896, at Mt. Kisco, New York. 

S61. Oscar Theodore Merkle. 

Manufacturer. Paris, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, January 28, 18GU, in Paris, Illinois. Manufacturer of 
brooms. Married, June 10, 1891, to Miss Nina Louise Putnam, of Decatur, 

Illinois. 

862. Charles Milton McMahon. 

*S14 Chamber Commerce, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S88. Born, March 25, 1862, in Middletown. Indiana. 
1S80, graduated from Fort Wayne College ; 1886-87, principal Sheldon 
(Illinois) public schools; 1887-89, principal High school, Dublin, Indiana: 
1889-90, principal High school, Decatur, Illinois; 1890-94, principal High 
school, Marinette, Wisconsin ; 1894 — , real estate and investments, Chi- 
cago, Illinois. 

863. William Edwin Mitchell. 

Attorney-at-La\v, Sidney, Iowa. 
A. B. ; LL. B., 1888. DePauw University. Born. April 23, 1860, in Hen- 
dricks county, Indiana. Taught in Fremont county, Iowa ; superintendent 
of public instruction, Fremont county, Iowa ; 1894, Democratis nominee 
for Supreme Court of Iowa ; practicing law, Sidney, Iowa. Married, De- 
cember IS, 1889, to Miss Matilda Engelke. 

864. Charles Fremont Neufer, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M, 1888. Born, November 15, 1862, near Wolcottville, In- 
diana. 1886, admitted to the bar ; general attorney for the People's Na- 
tional Building and Loan Association, of Goshen. Died, June 7, 1891, at 
Goshen, Indiana. 

865. Sennoska Ogata. 

Minister, Nagoya, Japan. 
A. B. Bom, 1853, in Tokio, Japan. 1885-86, teacher of English in 
Tokio Anglo-Japanese College; 1886-87, professor of theology in the same : 
1887, minister in Tokio: 1899-1900, minister, Nagoya; 1899 — , presiding 
elder of Nagoya District. Married, June 30, 1SS6, to Kwanno Fuki, in 
Japan. 

S66. Frank Charles Payne. 

Journalist, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, July 20, 1862, in Wabash. Indiana. 1886, reporter St. 
Louis Globe-Democrat; 1887, reporter Chicago News; 1888, editor Mis- 
soula (Montana) Item; 1889-91. sporting editor Chicago Record; 1891-94. 
state editor Indianapolis Journal; 1894-99. dramatic editor Indianapolis 
Journal; 1899-1901, managing editor Indianapolis Press. 

867. Agnes Lizzie Pochin. 

Spencer, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 14, 1864, in Spencer. Indiana. Teacher in pub- 
lic schools of Gosport and Terre Haute. Indiana ; 1891-92, teacher of 
Greek and History. Marinette, Wisconsin ; 1897-98, teacher in public 
schools of Martinsville, Indiana ; 1898-1900, principal of High school, New- 
port, Indiana. 

S68. Clara Lillian Insley (nee Rudisill). 

720 West First Street, Duluth, Minnesota. 
Ph. B. Born, October 29, 1864, in Greencastle, Indiana. Abroad in 
1891. Married, December 12. 1889. to E. W. Insley. 



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£69. Samuel Morley Rutherford. 

Care of Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit. Michigan. 
Ph. B. Born. December 23. 1856, in Moorefiekl. Indiana. 1885. teacher, 
Thomtown, Indiana: 1880. teacher public school. Lebanon; 1887. princi- 
pal Lebanon High school : 1888-91. representing William S. Merrell Chem- 
ical Company, Cincinnati : since 1891, representing Parke, Davis & Co., 
manufacturing chemists, Detroit, Michigan. Home address, Evansville, 
.'ndiana. 

£70. Harry Lincoln Sayler. 

7134 Euclid Avenue, Chicago. Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. February 13, 1863. in Little York, Montgomery county, 
Ohio. 1868-88, resident of Shelbyville, Indiana : 1887, temporarily editor 



Hott, of Shelbyville, Indiana. 

871. William Orville Shepard. 

Minister. Evanston, Illinois. 
A. P.. : A. M.. 1S8S : S. T. B.. School of Theology, DeFauw University. 
1886; Ph. D.. 1895. Syracuse University; D. D., 1896. DePauw University. 
Morn. April 11. 1862. in Sterling. Illinois. Studied one year in post grad- 
uate work. School of Oratory. Northwestern University. Evanston, Illi- 
nois : pastor of M. E. Church. Manhattan, Blue Island ; First Church, El- 
gin, and Court Street Church. Rockford, Oakland Church, Chicago, and 
Emanuel Church, Evanston ; published two volumes of sermons in 1899. 
Married. August 15, 1883, to Miss Emily Odell. 

172. Wilbur Fletcher Sheridan. 

Minister, Saginaw, Michigan. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S88 : S. T. B., 1891. Boston University. Born, December 
5. 1863, in Rossville. Indiana. Brother of 570 and S73. 1885-89 , pastor 
of Blackford Street M. E. Church, Indianapolis ; 1889-91, student School 
of Theology, Boston University ; 1891-93. pastor First M. E. Church, 
Washington. Indiana ; 1893-94, superintendent of missions. Detroit, Michi- 
gan ; 1894-96. pastor of Tabernacle Church. Detroit : 1896-1900. First 
rhurch, Pontiac. Michigan: 1900, delegate to General Conference; 1900 — . 
Saginaw. Michigan. Married. June 21, 1893. to Miss Effie L. Lamar, of 
Richmond. Indiana. 

873. Edgar Simpson Sheridan. 

Journalist, 4100 Vincennes Avenue. Chicago. Illinois. 

A. B. Born, March 15. 1862, in Camden. Indiana. Brother of 872. 
1S86-87, reporter, Missouri Republican; 1888 — , reporter. Chicago papers. 

874. Joseph Elmer Stephenson. 

245-247 South Jefferson Street. Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. November 21, 1862. in Pendleton. Indiana. Brother of 
468 and 816. Partner in firm of H. L. Thornburgh & Co.. Factory, Mill 
and Elevator Appliances. Chicago. 

875. Charles Orestes Thomas. 

Teacher. Leesburg. Indiana. 

B. S. Born, September 8, 1859, near Leesburg, Indiana. Principal of 
Milford (Missouri) public schools; now principal of schools of Atwood, 
Indiana. Married. March 17, 1887. to Miss Zelda Loehr. of Milford, In- 
diana, who died March 17. 1893 : married. August 7, 1894, to Miss Ona M. 
Loehr. of Milford, Indiana. 



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876. Emmons Rutledge Vest. 

Minister, Seymour, Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M., 1888 ; D. D„ 1898. Born, in Seott county. Indiana. June 4, 
1852. 1884-85, instructor in DePauw University ; 1885-87, pastor of Spen- 
cer M. E. Church ; 1887-89, Mooresville ; 1889-91, Martinsville ; 1891-94, 
New Albany ; 1894-97, Vincennes ; 1891, honorary chaplain of the Eleventh 
Indiana Volunteers ; 1894, elected councilor of the American Institute of 
Civics; 1897-98. Bedford; 1898-99, Rushville ; 1899—, Seymour. Married, 
1873, to Miss Celestia Cartmell. 

877. Price Dormer West. 

♦Lawyer, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 
A. B. Born in Huntertown, Indiana, December 27. 1861. 

878. William Elias Wright, deceased. 

A. B. Bookkeeper. Born, in Indianapolis, June 17. I860. 1886, as- 
sistant cashier of the Hecla Banking Company. Glendale. Montana : 1887, 
accepted position in the First National Bank of Los Angeles. California 
Died, April 29. 1893. in Los Angeles. California. 

879. Kate Wilder (nee Riggs ), deceased. 

A. B. Born, in Green castle. April 23, 1865. 1885-86, taught in Green- 
castle public schools. Married E. D. Wilder, December 29. 1886. Died, 
December 18, 1893, at Brazil. Indiana. 

880. John Charles Zulauf. 

Banker, Jeffersonville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; B. L., Louisville Law School. Born, October 26. 1864. in Jeffer- 
sonville, Indiana. 1886-87. special course in Harvard Law School ; mem- 
ber of the law Arm, Howk & Zulauf, New Albany, and Zulauf & Dedrick, 
Jeffersonville. Indiana ; now engaged exclusively in banking business ; vice 
president Citizens' National Bank, Jeffersonville. Married. April 22. 1896, 
to Miss Agnes Hutchings. of Madison, Indiana. 



XLVII. CLASS OF 18S6. 



881. Wilbur Tandy Ayres. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1889. Born, near Hillsborough, Ohio. Taught three years 
in Baylesstown, Illinois, and one term in the public schools of Putnam 
county, Indiana ; 1884-93. instructor in mathematics. DePauw University ; 
1893 — , instructor in Latin. 

882. Joseph Marion Adams. 

Minister. Ellsworth, Maine. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1889 ; B. D.. 1891, Yale Divinity School. Born, in Paris, 
Illinois, May 29, 1862. 1S87-89, U. S. Signal Service; 1889-91, student of 
theo'ogy, Yale Divinity School : 1891-93, graduate student in sociology 
and biblical theology. Andover. Massachusetts ; 1893-97, pastor First Con- 
gregational Church," Rochester. N. H. : 1897-98, student of sociology, Lon- 
don, England : 1899 — . pastor First Congregational Church. Ellsworth, 
Maine. 



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883. Muter Miller Bachelder. 

Lawyer, Ladoga, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 10, I860, in Greencastle, Indiana. 

884. Harry Lincoln Beals, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M., 1889. Minister and teacher. Born in Cass county. Illi- 
nois. February 0, 1864. 1886, entered Indiana conference. M. E. Church ; 
1885-88, pastor at Monrovia, Indiana ; 1888, instructor in English, pre- 
paratory school of DePauw University ; 1890, instructor of systematic the 
Mlogy, school of theology, DePauw University; 1891-93, professor of syste- 
matic theology, in same. Married. 1887, to Miss Clara F. Leaton. Died, 
October 19, 1893, at Wichita. Kansas : buried in Forest Hill cemetery, 
• ireencastle, Indiana. 

885. William S. Biddle. 

Minister. Petersburg. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S89. Born. March 17. 1839. in Indianapolis. 1886. en- 
tered the Indiana conference. Appointments : Simpson ; Evansville ; Xew- 
ronville : Grandview : Main Street. Xew Albany: Blackford Street. Indian- 
apolis ; California Street. Indianapolis ; Petersburg. Married. September 
27. 1888. to Miss Mary C. Hurst. 

886. Frank Price Blackford. 

Lawyer. 322 South Main Street. Findlay, Ohio. 

A. B. Born, August 1. 1863. in Findlay. 1888, admitted to practice. 
Married, April 29, 1891, to Miss Clara C. Zay. 

387. Ira Burton Blackstock. 

213 Jefferson Street. Springfield. Illinois. 

B. S. ; A. M.. 1893. Born, April 3, 1866, in Paxton. Illinois. 1889-93. 
member of board of aldermen and Mayor pro tern., Paxton. Illinois ; 1894- 
07. manager of the Springfield News; 1897 — . manager of the Pure Ice & 
Cold Storage Company, of Springfield, Illinois. Married. June 16. 1897. 
to Miss Mary Hardtner. of Springfield. Illinois. 

888. Clifton Rogers Cameron. 

Lawyer. Stevenson Building. Indianapolis. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1894 : LL. B., School of Law. DePauw University. 1886. 
Born, June 27. 1859, in Saverton. Missouri. Married. December 29. 1886, 
to Miss Maggie T. Watkins, who died December 12, 1900. (See 889.) 

889. Maggie T. Cameron (nee Watkins), deceased. 

B. L. Born. In Kalamazoo. Michigan. December 18. 1864. Art student. 
DePauw University, 1886 ; art student, Minneapolis, 1887. Married, Clif- 
ton R. Cameron, December 29, 1886. Died. December 12. 1990. and is 
buried at Greencastle, Indiana. 

890. James Garland Campbell. 

Minister, South Bend, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1889 ; Ph. D., 1892. Allegheny College. Born, in Gallipo- 
lis, Ohio, January 30. 1863. 1880-82. teacher in public schools. Battle 
Oround, Indiana ; 1886, entered Northwest Indiana conference of the M. E. 
Church ; 1886-88, pastor King Avenue Church. Indianapolis ; 1888-90. 
Rockville ; 1890-92, West Lafayette : 1892-93. Rensselaer ; 1893-96. Thorn 
town ; 1896-99, Delphi ; 1894-99, state superintendent of literary work, 
Epworth League : 1899 — . Milburn Memorial Church. South Bend. Mar 
ried. March 11, 1891, to Miss Flora A. Darter. 

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162 DePauw University. 

£91. Clara Etta Conklin. 

Lincoln, Nebraska. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1S89. 1886-90, student in Paris, Hanover and Berlin ; 
1SG1-92, instructor in modern languages, DePauw University; 1892-94. 
Instructor in modern languages, University of Nebraska ; 1894-97, adjunct 
professor of romance languages in same, Lincoln, Nebraska; 1897-1901. 
assistant professor of romance languages in same ; 1901 — , acting head of 
romance languages in same. Permanent address : Westfield, Indiana. 

892. Erastus Milton Eisenbeiss. 

Surgeon, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S89 ; M. D., 1888. Medical College of Indiana. Bom. 
October 12, 1863, in South Bend, Indiana. 1887-88, lecturer and demon- 
strator in chemistry in Medical College of Indiana; 1889-91, demonstrator 
of anatomy in same college. Married, April 30, 1898, to Miss Mallie M. 
Metcalf. 

593. Leonard Sumner Ferry. 

Lawyer. 1419 Topeka Avenue, Topeka, Kansas. 
A. B. : A. M., 1894 ; LL. B., 1887, University of Michigan. Born, July 
29, 1862, in New Paris, Pennsylvania. Brother of 844. 1895-96, Judge of 
the City Court of Topeka, Kansas ; 1897, member of the board of education 
of Topeka : 1898-99, Judge of the City Court of Topeka. Married, June 12. 
1895, to Miss Jennie Elizabeth Leacher, of Topeka, Kansas. 

894. Squire Robert Greer. 

Lumber Dealer, 931-941 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, in Oxford. Ohio, September 18, 1858. Engaged in lumber 
business in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Indian- 
apolis, Indiana. Married, January 10, 1899, to Miss Elizabeth Finnell 
Bord, of Indianapolis. 

895. Casstus M. Clay Griffith, deceased. 

A. B. Teacher. Born, in La Grange. Indiana, March 2. 1861. 1886-S7. 
tank clerk. Orleans, Nebraska ; 1887-89, teacher in High school at La 
Grange, Indiana ; 1889-91, corporation clerk. Died, June 30, 1892, at La 
Grange, Indiana. 

896. Edith Margaret Coate (nee Hall). 

Erwin, South Dakota. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1893. Born, July 28, 1866, in Moore's Forks, Clinton 
county, New York. 1886-87, teacher of mathematics and languages, Xenia 
College, Xenia, Ohio ; 1887-90, teacher of mathematics and Latin, High 
school, Peru, Indiana ; 1892-94, instructor in Latin, Yankton College, 
Yankton, South Dakota ; 1894-96, professor of Latin in same. Married. 
September 30. 1896, to Rev. Pl. M. Coate. 

897. William Alfred Hough. 

Lawyer, Greenfield, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1889. Born, in Greenfield, Indiana, June 7, 1805. Brother 
of 982. Engaged in practice of law, Greenfield, Indiana ; also member of 
the Greenfield Banking Company. Married, June 5, 1895, to Miss Ella 
Ruth Marsh, of Greenfield, Indiana, daughter of 342. 

898. George Vail Howk, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1899. Lawyer. Born, in New Albany, Indiana, December 
12, 1866. Son of 43; brother of 768. Died, August 9, 1889, at New Al- 
bany. 



The Alumni. 163 

E99. Frank Perry Irvin. 

Bank-Teller, Pio.ua.. Ohio. 
A. B. Born, in Piqua. Ohio. February 1, 1860. 

S00. Charles Kirkpatrick. 

Banker, New Richmond, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, May 20. 1863, in Sugar Grove, Indiana. 18S6-90, grain 
and commission. New Richmond, Indiana ; 1891-93, real estate, Anderson. 
Indiana : 1893-95, member of firm of Geo. B. Epperson & Co., contractors 
and builders, Anderson, Indiana : 1895 — . cashier and member of the firm 
of Washburn, Kirkpatrick & Co.. bankers ; 1897 — , postmaster of New Rich- 
mond, Indiana. Married, November 22, 1892, to Miss Jessie L. Washburn, 
t>f New Richmond, Indiana. 

901. James Mahlon Lewis. 

Minister, Sandwich, Illinois. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1889 ; S. T. B.. 1890. Boston University ; Ph. D., 1895, 
Boston University. Born, November 22, 1859, in Wheeling, Indiana. 1886 
88, pastor at New Burlington, Indiana ; 1888-90, student in School of The- 
ology and School of All Sciences, Boston University 1889-91, acting pastor 
if the First Congregational Church, Fairhaven, Massachusetts ; 1891-93. 
pastor M. E. Church. Dunkirk, Indiana; 1893-96, pastor People's Congre- 
gational Church. Indianapolis, Indiana ; 1S95 — , pastor First Congrega- 
tional Church, Sandwich. Illinois. Married, September 15. 1886, to Miss 
Dora V. Sharp. 

902. George Ritter McCrary. 

Teacher, Blue Hill, Nebraska. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1889. Born, in Vandalia. Indiana. December 5, 1859. 
1886-87. principal of public schools, Unadilla, Nebraska ; 1887-93, princi- 
pal public schools Orleans, Nebraska : 1893. admited to the bar ; 1895-97. 
principal of public schools, Guide Rock, Nebraska : 1897 — , superintendent 
of city schools, Blue Hill, Nebraska. 

903. James Elmer McDaniel. 

Teacher, Altamont, Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1889. Born, in Kosciusko county, Indiana. 1886-87, prin- 
cipal of High school, Bourbon, Indiana ; 1887-89, principal of McCormick 
institute, DeFuniak Springs, Florida; 1889-90, principal of public schools, 
Rockford, Michigan ; 1890-93, principal of schools, Pierceton, Indiana ; 
1893 — . first assistant. Labette county High school, Altamont, Kansas. 

904. Henry August Moll, deceased. 

A. B., Teacher. Born. August 31, 1858. in German township. Vander- 
burgh county, Indiana. 1884-85. principal McCutchanville (Indiana) High 
school. Died, December 17. 1885, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

905. Clarence Murphy. 

Attorney-at-Law, Hamilton, Ohio. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B.. 1889, Cincinnati Law School. Born, September 13. 
1862. near Hamilton, Ohio. 1886-87, United States gauger for 6th District 
of Ohio ; 1889, began practice of law ; 1894-96, probate judge of Butler 
county. Ohio ; 1896, re-elected, term expired February, 1900 ; member of 
firm of Murphy & Williams, attorneys at law. 

906. Frank Theodore Pennington, deceased. 

A. B. Attorney-at-Law. Born, December 24, 1864. in Mexico, Wyan- 
dotte county, Ohio. Not married. Died, October 8, 1892, at TifBn, Ohio : 
buried at Sycamore, Ohio. 



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907. Alva Roy Scott. 

Minister, Hotel Waverly, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

A. B. : A. M., 1889 ; Ph. D., 1896. University of Wooster ; Ph. D., 1899, 
Harvard. Born, April 20, 1863, in Leavenworth. Indiana. 1886-88, super- 
intendent Leavenworth schools ; 1888-91, student in McCormick Theologi- 
cal Seminarv, Chicago, graduating in 1891 ; 1891-92, pastor First Presby- 
terian Church, Hanover, Illinois ; 1892-93, and 1899-1900, studied sociol- 
ogical problems of Great Britain and the Continent of Europe ; 1893-94, 
and 1898-99, resident graduate student in philosophy and sociology at 
Harvard University ; 1894-95, and 1896-97, honorary scholar in psychology, 
Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts ; 1894-98. pastor First Presby- 
terian Church, Worcester, Massachusetts ; 1S99-1900. pastor Castellar 
Street Presbyterian Church. Omaha, Nebraska ; 1900—. minister, First 
Unitarian Church, Minneapolis. Minnesota. 

908. Wirt Cordry Smith. 

Lawyer, 1013 Stevenson Building. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1894 ; LL. D.. 1889, Cincinnati Law School. Born. March 
13, 1863, in Wilmington, Indiana. Married. July 3. 1889, to Miss Carrie 
G. Weaver, at Dillsborough, Indiana. 

909. John Emory Steele. 

Minister, New Albany, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1889 ; D. D.. 1890. Philander Smith College. Born, in 
Camden, Carroll county, Indiana, June 21. 1850. Pastor Ames M. E. 
Church, Indianapolis ; 1888-93, Centenary Church. New Albany ; 1893-95, 
Bloomington ; 1895 — , presiding elder of New Albany District : 1900, dele- 
gate to general conference. Married, December 28, 1881, to Miss Hattie 
W. Peterson. 

910. Charles Frederick Stegmaier. 

Greensburg, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1889. Born, September 27, 1863, in Zanesville, Ohio. 1887, 
principal of school at Petersburgh, Illinois ; 1889. principal of Academy at 
Gillespie, Illinois ; 1890, superintendent of schools, Harrison. Ohio ; 1893, 
at Milan. Illinois; 1896, editor Four Counties Chronicle, Aurora. Indiana; 
1899-1900, instructor in science, Greensburg High school. Married. Octo- 
ber 20, 1886, to Miss May C. Hodell. 

911. Edson Darius Stout. 

Lawyer, Circleville, Ohio. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1891. Born in Circleville, Ohio. June 19. 1863. Engaged 
in practice of law at Circleville, Ohio. 

912. Walter Eugene Stoy. 

Muskegon, Michigan. 
A. B. Born, September 2, 1865, at New Albany. Indiana. Secretary 
Ohio Falls Iron Works ; now secretary and treasurer Champion Iron and 
Steel Company, Muskegon, Michigan. Brother of 379. Married. April 20, 
1892, to Miss Mary Vance Guthrie. 

913. James Bentley Tucker. 

Manufacturer, Urbana. Ohio. 
A. B. Born, 1862, in Salem, Indiana. President of Tucker Bicycle 
Wood-work Company, of Urbana, Ohio. Married, January 26. 1887, to Miss 
Minnie Langdon, of Greencastle. Indiana. (See 712.) 



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914. Edwin Pope Thayer. 

Contractor, Greenfield, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1880. Born. in Greenfield, Indiana, December 15, 1864. 
Married, September 28, 1886, to Miss Minnie Claire Ridpath. (See 819.) 

915. Hosford E. Valentine. 

Lawyer, Centerville, Iowa. 
A. B. Born, November 26, 1865, in Edinburgh, Indiana. 1886-S7. as- 
sistant to solicitor, J. M. & I. Railway, 1887-88. chief clerk engineering de- 
partment, G. C. & S. F. Railway, Galveston, Texas ; 1888-90, special agent 
J. M. & I. Railway ; 1S90-94, senior member mercantile firm of Valentine, 
Mabey & Hyde ; 1894 — , member of law firm of Vermillion. Vermillion & 
Valentine, Centerville, Iowa : 1897, elected mayor of Centerville : 1898, re- 
signed as mayor to enlist in volunteer service in Spanish-American war ; 
served as sergeant of Co. E, 30th Iowa, until regiment was mustered out. 

916. Asahel Hezekiah Wampler. 

Farmer and Stock-raiser, Gosport, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, May 18, 1865, in Gosport. Indiana. Trustee Gosport School 
Board : major in Indiana National Guards ; 18S5. member of the staff 
of Governor Gray ; 1888, secretary of Democratic state committee ; largely 
interested in farming and stock raising ; 1901-03, member of State Senate 
of Indiana. Married. April 25, 1S93, to Miss Alice C. Welch. 

917. Frank D. Wimmer, deceased. 

Ph. B. Lawyer. Born, September 16, 1864, in Hagerstown, Indiana. 
18S6, admitted to practice in the Circuit and Supreme Courts of Indiana ; 
1886, member of the law firm of Edson & Wimmer, Mount Vernon, Indiana. 
Married, to Miss Sadie V. Edson, April 8, 1886. Died, in Mount Vernon, 
August 15, 1886. 



XLVIII. CLASS OF 1887. 



918. Frank Edgar Anderson, deceased. 

A. B. Born, September 12. 1864, in Zionsville. Indiana. 1887-SS. prin- 
cipal High school, Spencer, Indiana. Drowned, at Spencer. June 2, 1S88. 

919. George Bramwell Baker. 

Banker, 27 State Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 

B. S. Born, December 7, 1866, in Warsaw, Indiana. 1887. with State 
Bank, Warsaw, Indiana : 18S8, receiving teller. S. A. Keen & Co., bankers, 
Chicago ; 1889-90, municipal bond negotiator, S. A. Keen & Co., New York ; 
1891-92, municipal bond dealer, W. J. Hayes & Sons, bankers, Cleveland ; 
1893-99, manager selling offices, W. J. Hayes & Sons, Boston and Cleve- 
land : 1899 — . member of firm of Montgomery, Rollins & Co. (municipal 
and railroad bondst. 27 and 29 State Street, Boston, Massachusetts; resi- 
dence, Xewton Center. Massachusetts. Married. April 27, 1892, to Miss 
Edith Kelley Thomas, of Goshen, Indiana. 

920. John Lee Benedict. 

Lawyer, 33 and 34 Lombard Building. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1894 ; LL. B., 1SS8, Michigan University. Born. Octo- 
ber 11, 1862, in Rautoul. Illinois. Brother of 1010. Engaged in practice 
of law. Married. June 26, 1890, to Miss Theresa Ludlow. B. S. (North- 
western University). 



16(5 DePaihv University. 

921. Warren H. Brown. 

Salesman, Gaston. Indiana. 
A. B. Born. March 25, 1859, at Burke. New York. 1888-89, taught at 
Spencerville ; 1889-90, at Harlan ; 1891-93, special agent Equitable Life 
Insurance Company ; 1893-94, taught at Summitville : 1894 — . salesman, 
Gaston, Indiana. 

922. Oliver Howard Carson. 

Lawyer, 11 and 12, Lombard Building, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894 ; LL. B., 1893, University of Michigan. Born. May 4, 
1866, in Southport. Indiana. 1887-89, principal Kendall ville (Indiana) 
High school ; 1889-91, principal High school, Lansing. Michigan ; 1891-93, 
special studies in United States constitutional history and political econ 
omy. University of Michigan ; 1893-96, member of law firm. Carson & 
Good, Indianapolis ; 1896-98, member of firm. Brown. Carson & Moore ; 
1898, firm of Carson & Moore. Brother of 626. Married. November 28, 
1894, to Miss Mary Edna Dowdigan. of Ann Arbor. Michigan. 

923. John Marshall Cassell. 

Druggist, Anderson, Indiana. 
1'h. P.. : A. M., 1894. Born, January 26. 1S63. in Alexandria, Indiana. 
Married, January 14, 1890, to Miss Nellie E. Turner. 

924. Arthur Cunningham. 

Teacher, Terre Haute. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M„ 1890. Born, February 21, 1865. in Richmond, Indiana. 
1887-90, assistant librarian and instructor in Latin in DePauw Univer- 
sity ; 1890 — , librarian of the Indiana State Normal school. Terre Haute. 
Married, September 5, 1888. to Miss Eleanor Piercy, who died May 9, 1892 ; 
married, March 29, 1894, to Miss Elizabeth Long, of the Indiana State 
Normal school. 

925. Helen Frances Cunningham. 

Teacher, 517 South Fifth Street, Goshen. Indiana. 
P.. S. Born. February. 22. 1864. Bourbon. Indiana. Sister of 724. 

926. Kathryn Daggy. 

Teacher, St. Joseph. Michigan. 
Ph. B. : A. M.. 1890. Born, in 1866, in Greencastle, Indiana. 1888, pre- 
ceptress, in Telford Academy, Vinton, Iowa ; 1889. assistant in High scnoot, 
St. Joseph, Michigan. 

927. Walter Dunbar. 

Civil Engineer. Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. P.. 

928. Charles Walker Farr. 

Assistant County Superintendent, 907 The Temple, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. : A. M., 1890. Born. September 30. 1859. in Union county, In- 
diana. 18S6-87. assistant in Biology, DePauw University ; 1SS7-88, teach- 
er in natural science. Greencastle High school ; 1888-90, professor of nat- 
ural science in Southwest Kansas College, Winfield, Kansas ; 1891 — , as- 
sistant superintendent Cook county, Illinois. Married. August 4, 1887, to 
Miss Hattie Cox, who died March 17. 1900. 

929. Joseph Alexander Ross Gahring, deceased. 

A. P.. ; A. M., 1890. Minister. Born. October 2, 1S60, in York, Penn- 
sylvania. 1888, entered the North Indiana conference. Appointment* : 
Logansport. Sharpsville, LaGrange. Married. June 13, 1888. to Miss Mary 
L. Moore. Died. September 29, 1894. at LaGrange, Indiana. 



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930. Joseph Franklin Gillespsey. 

Physician, Reelsville, Indiana. 
B. S. ; M. S., 1890; M. D., 1890, Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New- 
York City. Born, August 20, 1863, Greencastle. Indiana. 

931. Howard Milton Gordon. 

Banker, Metamora. Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1S94. Born. November 21, 1866, in Metamora, Indiana. 
1891-92, editor Connersville Times; 1892-93. bookkeeper. Citizens' Ban'i, 
t'onnersville ; 1893 — , cashier, Citizens' Bank, Connersville. Married. Jun*» 
1. 1892, to Miss Carlysle Huston, of Connersville. 

932. Algie Perry Gulick. 

Clothing Manufacturer. Champaign, Illinois. 
A. B. Born. October 31. 1863, in Vermillion county. Illinois. Married, 
October 3. 18S9. to Miss Luella Ward, of Kokomo, Indiana, deceased ; 
married. December, 1900, to Miss Jeannette Smith, of Indianapolis. 

933. Schuyler Adam Haas. 

Lawyer. Lemcke Building. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1892 ; LL. B.. 1892, University of Michigan. Born, Feb- 
ruary 14, 1865, in Wabash, Indiana. 1887-88, principal of schools. Rich 
Valley, Indiana ; 1888-91, principal of High school. North Manchester. In- 
diana ; 1892, graduated in law. University of Michigan ; 1892, lawyer. In- 
dianapolis ; 1893-95. deputy city attorney. Indianapolis. Married. Octo- 
ber 27. 1897. to Miss Narcissa Arnold, who died January 22. 1900. 

934. Clarence Elmer Hart. 

Merchant, Pomeroy, Ohio. 

A. B. Born, March 22, 1865, at Moorefield. Indiana. 1887-89, travel- 
ing salesman, I>. Appleton & Co., New York ; 1889-92, traveling salesman 
J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia ; 1890-93, traveling salesman for Os 
kamp, Nolting & Co. ; 1893-94, for Albert Brothers. Cincinnati : 1894— 
-enior member of jewelrv firm of Hart & Co., Pomerov. Ohio. Married, 
December 26, 1899, to Miss Cora B. Waggy. of Sugar Orove. West Vir 
_'inia. 

935. Thomas Wright Haymond. 

Lawyer, Riverside. California. 
Ph. B. Born, August 9, 1863, at Shelbyville. Indiana. Junior member 
of law firm, Eggleston & Haymond, at Terre Haute : now in Riverside, 
California. Married, April 5, 1892. to Miss Grace M. Burke, of Green - 
•astle, Indiana. 

936. Thomas Cramer Hopkins. 

Teacher, Syracuse, New York. 

B. S. : M. S.. 1890 ; A. M., 1892, Leland Stanford University : Ph. D., 
1900, University of Chicago. Born, May 4, 1861, in Center countv. Penn 
sylvania. 1887-88. principal High school. Rising Sun. Indiana: 1888-89, 
instructor in chemistry, DePauw University ; 1889-93, assistant on geologi- 
cal survey of Arkansas: 1892-93, graduate student in geology, Leland 
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California : 1893, instructor in geology, 
Pennsylvania State College ; 1894-95, graduate student in geology. Univer- 
sity of Chicago ; summer of 1S95-96, assistant state geologist of Indiana ; 
1896-99, assistant professor of geology in the Pennsylvania State College ; 
1900 — , professor of geology. Syracuse University, Syracuse. New York; 
author of several monographs and numerous papers on geological subjects. 
Married, January 8, 1S90. to Miss Edistina Farrow, of Greencastle, In 
dinna. (See 734.) 



168 DePauw University. 

937. Thomas J. Jackson. 

Physician and Surgeon, Cor. Thirty-ninth Street and Indiana Avenue. 
Chicago, Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1890 ; M. D.. 1897, College Physicians and Surgeons, Chi- 
cago, Illinois. Born, February 20, 1862, Selby, England. 1887-88, princi- 
pal of schools, Rome City, Indiana ; 1888-89. professor of natural sciences. 
Fort Wayne College, Fort Wayne, Indiana : 1889-90. principal High school. 
Fenton, Michigan : 1891-92, principal High school. Ligonier, Indiana : 
1892-94, superintendent of schools, Constantine, Michigan; 1894-97, medi 
cal student ; 1897, clinical instructor and assistant to professor of Prac- 
tice of Medicine, College of Physicians and Surgeons ; 1898, attending 
physician to St. Luke's Hospital Dispensary ; 1898. surgeon to Chicago 
Star Construction and Dredging Co. ; member American Medical Associa- 
tion. Married. April 9. 1889, to Miss Phoebe Smith, of White Pigeon. 
Michigan. 

938. George Frederick Keiper. 

Physician and Surgeon. Lafayette. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1890 ; M. D., 1890, University of Michigan. Born, March 
26, 1866, at Lafayette, Indiana. Summer of 1889. bacteriologist to United 
States experiment station, Purdue University ; 1891 — , expert eye and ear 
pension examiner to Department of the Interior ; eye and ear surgeon to St. 
Elizabeth Hospital, St. Joseph Orphan Asylum, Home Hospital. Children's 
3Iome. Indiana State Soldiers' Home, and Monon Railway : author of nu- 
merous articles upon eye and ear subjects in various medical journals : 
one of the corresponding staff of the Annals of Opthalmologv and Otologv. 
Married, July 8, 1890, to Miss Mary Alma Lloyd, Lafayette. Indiana. 

939. Frank Henry Lammers, deceased. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1890 ; M. D.. 1890, College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
New York City. Born, September. 1865. in Beardstown. Illinois. 1887-88. 
student. University Medical. New York City ; 1S88-90, student. College 
Physicians and Surgeons, New York City. Married. June 25, 1890, to 
Miss Clara C. Florer, of Greeucastle. Indiana. Died, March 1, 1900, in 
Greeucastle. Indiana. 

340. William Joseph Lane. 

221 Pine Street. Jacksonville, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1890. Born, September 30, 1864, near Meredosia. Illi- 
nois. 1887-89. supervisor in Illinois Institution for Education of Deaf 
and Dumb : 1889-90, student «f theology. Boston University : 1890, en- 
tered Illinois conference and appointed to Pilot circuit ; 1891. resigned on 
account of health ; has since been engaged in farming and teaching. 

941. Arthur Everett Larsh. 

Accountant. 2238 Talbott Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 26. 1863. in Southport, Indiana. Married. Mar 
20. 1891, to Miss Jeauette E. Kaylor. 

942. William LeBerne Laufman. 

Minister. 546 Webster Street. Traverse City, Michigan. 
A. B. : A. M., 1890 : S. T. B„ 1894. Born, Januarv 5, 1867, in Wavne 
county, Indiana. 1887-88, student of philosophy and theology in Boston 
University ; 188S. entered Michigan conference ; appointments : 1888-89. 
Shelby : 1889-91, Evart ; 1891-96, First Church. Ludington : 1896-99, Cadil- 
lac ; 1899. student of Old Testament and Philosophv, University of Chi- 
cago ; 1899-1900. St. Johns ; 1900—. Traverse City.' Married, October 9. 
1SS8. to Miss Alberta Bond. 



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943. Margaret Ludlow (nee Pulse). 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. S., 1890. Born. May 21, 186G, in Shelby county. Indiana. 
1887-90. teacher in public schools, (Jreencastle. Indiana. Married. De 
(■ember 23. 1890, to R. S. Ludlow, class of 1888. (See 990.) 

944. Mary L. Mann (.nee Ridpath). 

880 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago. Illinois. 

A. B. : A. M., 1891. Born. September 19, 1807. in Lawrenceburg, In- 
diana. Married. September 11'. 1S88, to Charles TV. Mann. (See 1030.) 

945. Elmer Ellsworth Meredith, deceased. 

Ph. B. : A. M., pro merito, 1889. Born. December 21, 1804, Sardinia. 
Indiana. Brother of 946. 1887-89, pursued post graduate course in phil- 
osophy, history and political science in DePauw University : teacher of 
science, Greencastle High school ; 1889-91. principal of the Rochester High 
school ; 1891, formed law partnership with brother at Muncie, Indiana 
Married, October 11. 1894, to Miss Carrie I. Wynn. of Scipio. Indiana. 
Died, July 28, 1897, at Sardinia. Indiana. 

946. John Fielding Meredith. 

Attorney-at-Law. Muncie. End. 

Ph. B. : A. M.. 1890 ; LL. B.. 1S8S. DePauw University. Brother of 945. 
Born, July 2(3, 1S63, in Sardinia, Indiana. 1893, represented Delaware 
County in Indiana state legislature. Married, December 29, 1892, to Miss 
Rose D. Tilson, of Franklin, Indiana. 

947. Freeman Edwin Miller. 

Lawyer. Stillwater, Oklahoma. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S90. Born. May 19. 1S04, near Xewtown, Indiana. 1884- 
85, principal Hillsboro (Indiana) schools; 1885-86, editor Veedersburg 
(Indiana) Courier; 1880. admitted to the Indiana bar; 1887. went to 
Texas; 1887-88. editor Canadian (Texas) Crescent; 1887-88. county at- 
torney, Hemphill county, Texas: 1889-90. district attorney 31st Judicial 
District of Texas: 1890, went to Oklahoma; 1892-94. deputy county at- 
torney, Payne county, Oklahoma : 1894, author of "An Argument for Single 
Statehood" : 1894-98, professor of English Language and Literature, Agri- 
cultural and Mechanical College of Oklahoma; 1895. author of "Oklahoma 
and Other Poems," and "Songs From the Southwest Country" (1898) : 
1901. member 6th legislative assembly of Oklahoma Territory. Married. 
March 22, 1890. to Miss Estella Shroyer. 

248. Frank Edward Millis. 

1". S. Xaval Observatory, Washington. D. C. 

A. B. : A. M. : l'h. D.. 1S90, Cornell University. Born. November 20, 
I860, in LaGrange county. Indiana. 1887-88, studied physics and mathe- 
matics, Johns Hopkins University ; 18S8-90, teacher of physics and mathe- 
matics in St. Olaf College. Northfield, Minnesota ; 1890-91, instructor in 
physics. DePauw University ; 1891-92, student Johns Hopkins University ; 
1892-93, instructor and graduate student, Cornell University: 1893-94, fel- 
low in Cornell ; 1894-95, chair of physics, Bates College. Lewiston, Maine : 
1895-96. graduate student at Cornell University : 1896-1900, chair of math- 
ematics and astronomy. Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin ; 1890- 
1900, teacher in Summer University. Bay View. Michigan ; since Septem- 
ber. 1900. assistant computer in Nautical Almanac office. Washington. 
D. C. Married. September 15, 1891, to Miss Mary F. Lockwood. of Peters- 
burg. Michigan. 



170 DePauw University. 

949. William Parker Mooney. 

Mining, 810 West Washington Street, Los Angeles. California. 

Ph. B. Born, June 28. 1865. at Pana. Illinois. 1S89. admitted to the 
bar in Jackson, Michigan ; practiced law in Dobbin. West Virginia ; now 
engaged in mining. Married. September, 1891. to Miss Kate Stone, of 
Greencastle, Indiana. (See 995.) 

950. Miles Fletcher Moore. 

Civil Engineer, 25, Seventy-fourth and Lake. Chicago, Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1890. Born. October 16. 1S64, in Greencastle. Indiana. 
1887-89. assistant engineer, Norfolk & Western Railroad; 1890-91. engi- 
neer for Fava Naeff & Co., Washington, D. C. ; 1892-96. assistant eugi 
neer Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton. Pennsylvania ; 1S97 — , engineer for 
Morden Frog and Crossing Works, South Chicago. Illinois. Brother of 
1184. Married, in 1892, to Miss Alice B. Godfrey, of Washington, D. C. 

951. Charles Haven Neff. 

Journalist. Anderson. Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; A. M., 1890. Born, March 19, 1861. in Madison county, Indiana. 
1888-90, superintendent of public school. Alexandria. Indiana ; 1890, city 
editor of the Anderson daily and weekly Herald : now assistant business 
manager. Married. June 6. 1894, to Miss Rosalie Alice Brickley, of An 
derson, Indiana. 

952. Wilber Matthews Nelson. 

Minister, 72 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1890. Born. January 13, 1856. in Hardin county. Ohio. 

1888, joined the North Indiana conference ; appointments : 1888, Akron ; 

1889, Andrews ; 1891, South Whitley ; 1894. L'nion City ; 1S96. Ligonier ; 
1898, Columbia City ; 1900 — , at Boston University School of Theology. 
Married, August 24. 18S7. to Miss Maud Sanders, of Mound Valley, Kan. 
sas, who died March 30. 1892 ; married. July 19. 1893. to Miss Florence 
Puett, of Boonville.. Indiana. 

953. David Allen Reavill. 

Lawyer. Rock Springs. Wyoming. 

Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1890. Born, May 11, 1865, in Flat Rock. Illinois. 
1887-S8, student of law. University of Michigan ; 1894-95, city attorney ; 
1898, elected State Senator. Wyoming legislature, but unseated on con- 
test : 1899-1900. town attorney of Rock Springs. Wvoming. Brother of 
1214. Married. January 14. 1892. to Miss Claudia Olwin, of Robinsoa. 
Illinois. 

954. May Louise Sharp (nee Harris). 

15 Summit Street, W. Somerville. Boston. Massachusetts. 
A. B. : A. M., 1894. Born. July 17. 1866. in Brighton. Illinois. Married, 
June 30. 18S7, to Rev. Arthur P. Sharp. 

955. Thomas Ewing Smiley. 

No. 628 East St. Clair Street, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1891. Born. 1S66. Longwood, Indiana. Taught one term 
in Newcastle public schools; 1890 — , resident of Indianapolis and con 
nected with the business department, Indianapolis Sentinel: contributor 
of verse to newspapers and periodicals : 1893, teacher of Latin and Eng r 
lish in the Y. M. C. A. Institute of Indianapolis : 1897-99. superintendent 
of Roberts Park S. S. Married. June 12. 18S9. to Miss Leah Walker. 



The Alumni. 171 

956. William John Snyder. 

Coal Operator, Brazil. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, August 16, 1863, in Catasauqua, Pennsylvania. Mar- 
ried, July 13. 1SS7. to Miss Minnie E. Zeller. 

957. Lawrence Oscar Vaught. 

Lawyer, Jacksonville. Illinois. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1890, DePauw : A. M.. pro merito, Gallaudet College ; 
LL. B., 1894, DePauw University. Born, 1865. in Somerset. Kentucky. 
1887-91, supervisor in the Illinois Institute for the Education of the 
Deaf and Dumb : 1892, fellow in Gallaudet College, Washington, D. C. ; 
1893. superintendent of the Chicago Schools for the Deaf : engaged in 
practice of law at Jacksonville. Illinois. Married, October 24, 1895, t" 
Miss Helen II. Wait, of Jacksonville, Illinois. 

958. Martha Ellen Vickery. 

Permanent Address, 106 Washington Avenue. Evansville. Indiana. 
P.. L. Born. November 22, 1867, in Evansville, Indiana. 1891, sent 
out by W. F. M. S. to Italy ; teacher in Instituto Femminile Metodista, 
38 Via Garibaldi. Rome. Italy : 1894. directoress of the Instituto Meto- 
disto ; 1896, founded the Instituto Internazionale, an international col- 
lege for young women, in Rome. Italy : present address. Instituto Inter 
nazionale. Crandon Hall. Via Veneto, Rome. Italy. 

959. Thomas Peters Walter. 

Minister, West Covington. Kentucky. 
A. P.. : A. M., 1891. Born. August 18, 1861. in Memphis. Tennessee. 
Engaged in mission work in Louisville, Kentucky ; 1887, entered Indiana 
conference ; appointments : Petersburgh, Simpson. Evansville. Indian- 
apolis : transferred to Cincinnati conference : appointments : New Car- 
lisle. Montgomery, Aberdeen. Peebles, Covington, Ohio ; now West Cov- 
ington, Kentucky. 

960. Walton Mark Wheeler. 

Lawyer, Evansville. Indiana. 
A. P.. ; A. M.. 1891. Born. October 2, 1S64, Evansville. Indiana. 1SS7- 
88, principal High school. New Harmony, Indiana ; 1889-91, teacher in 
High school. Evansville, Indiana: 1S91-94. principal High school. Lansing, 
Michigan; 1894-95, student of law, University of Michigan: 1895 — . mem- 
ber law firm of Hornbrook & AVheeler. Married, November 7. 1891. Miss 
Minnie A. Haskell, of Greencastle, Indiana. (See 1044.) 

961. Elmer Ellsworth Whitted. 

Lawyer. 838-844 Equitable Building, Denver. Colorado. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1890. Born, April, 1861. in Williamsburgh, Indiana. 
1887-88, teacher in Minnesota .State Normal school, Winona. Minnesota: 
1S8S-90, professor of Latin, University of South California, Los Angeles, 
• 'alifornia: 1890, engaged in practice of law in Denver. Colorado: 1890-99. 
professor of law. University of Denver: 1895-99, assistant general counsel 
for Union Pacific, and Denver and Gulf Railways : 1899, general solicitor 
« 'olorado and Southern Railway : member of the Colorado Stare 
Revenue Commission : address. University Club. Denver. Married. August 
28, 1S88. to Miss Anna Irene Martin, who died. June 30, 1891, in Green- 
castle, Indiana. (See 823.) 

962. James Henry Worrall. 

Minister. Park City. Utah. 
A. B. ; A. M. Born. March 27. 1856. at Ashton-under-Lyne. England. 
1888, entered Northwest Indiana conference: appointments: Bellmore, 



172 DePauw University. 

State Line, Remington. Jamestown. North Salem and Darlington ; 1890. 
missionary to Utah and appointed to Park City. Married. September 
13, 1888. to Miss Clara Utz. 

963. Charles Wesley Zaring. 

3<> Broad Street. New York City. 
Ph. B. : A. M.. 1800. Born, October 28, 1S64, in Orleans, Indiana. 
Brother of 1151. 1887-88. teacher in public school. New Harmony, In- 
diana : portion of 1888, teacher in High school, Spencer, Indiana ; 1889-90. 
student of law, Columbia Law School, New York City : 1891. admitted to 
New York bar ; 1897, assistant district attorney, New York county ; 1899- 
1900, deputy attorney general, state of New York : member of Bar Asso- 
ciation, Republican Club of City of New York, Society of Medical Juris- 
prudence, American Geographical Society. Married. December 15, 188S. 
to Miss Grace Dale Owen, of New Harmon3 7 , Indiana. 

964. Clement Milton Zeller. 

Merchant. Knightsville. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, August 3, 1864, in Harmony, Indiana. 



XLIX. CLASS OF 188S. 



365. Florence Allen, deceased. 

A. B. Teacher. Born, 1S63, in Greencastle. Indiana. 1888-89. taught 
Latin and Greek. Wichita High school, Kansas ; 1889-90, teacher in Wil- 
cox, Arizona. Died. March 29, 1891, at Gi'eencastle, Junction, Indiana. 

966. Wymond Joe Beckett. 

Attorney-at-Law. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. Member of law firm, Beckett and Doan. 13 and 14 Wright Block. 

367. Jesse Evan Beeson. 

Lawyer, Alexandria. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B. Born. February 3, 1861. in 'Wayne county. Indiana. 
1S88-S9, principal of schools at Lynn. Indiana : 1889-91, practiced law 
at Richmond, Indiana : 1891 — , Alexandria, Indiana. 

368. John Crawford Bickel. 

Minister, Jeans vi lie, Pennsylvania. 
Ph. B. : A. M.. 1891 : S. T. B.. 1900, Boston University. Born. Sep- 
tember 15. 1804, in Bristol, Indiana. Pursued law course in DePauw ; 
1888-92, journalist. Cameron, Missouri ; 1893-1900, member of Central 
Pennsylvania conference. Married, 1892, to Miss S. Idella Robbins, of 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 

969. John Helps Bickford. 

Minister, Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania. 

A. B. : A. M., 1891 ; D. D. Born. November 21, 1859, in Lancaster, Ohio. 

1879, appointed to Big Rock circuit. Rock River conference; 18S<». 

Somonauk : 1S81-82, Little Rock and Jericho ; 1883, La Moille ; 1S85. 

Maiden ; 1885, Harmony and Knightsville. Northwest Indiana conference : 



The Alumni. 17:; 

1SS6. Rushville : 1S8T, joined the S. E. Indiana conference, and continue'! 
rn the pastorate of Rushville: 1890, transferred to West Virginia con 
ference and stationed at First church. Parkersburg : 1892, transferred r< 
North Indiana conference and stationed at Meridian street, Anderson, 
Indiana; 1895. Fort Wayne. Indiana: 1895, transferred to East Ohio 
conference and stationed at First church. Akron : 1897. transferred to 
Pittsburg conference and stationed at Smithlield Street church, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. : 1901 — . transferred to Wyoming conference and appointed to 
First Church, Wilkesbarre. Married, October 24. 1S88. to Miss Alice H. 
Dean, of Mendota. Illinois. 

970. Harry Bowser. 

Lawyer, 24% East Washington Street. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
I'll. B. Born, October 9. I860, in Indianapolis. Indiana. 1880. admitted 
to the bar in Indianapolis. Married, September 8. 1S90. to Miss Gertrude 
Waring. 

971. Burton Turple Calvert, deceased. 

Ph. B. : A. M.. 1891. Lawyer. Born, February 1. 1S09. in Delphi. 
Indiana. Member of law firm. Zollars & Calvert. Fort Wayne. Indiana. 
Unmarried. Died. October 27. 1893, at Delphi. Indiana. 

972. Milton Daniel Carey. 

Attoruey-at-Law. Seward. Nebraska. 
A. B. : LL. B., 1890. Born. July 13. 18G3, in Jewell, Iowa. 1888-89, 
principal of High school at Oreentown. Indiana : 1889-90, member of the 
senior law class in DePauw Fuiversity. 

973. Orio Leland Cline. 

Lawyer. Marion.. Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M.. 1891. Born, September 9. 1862, in Hartford City, In- 
diana. 1888-89. principal of High school. Hartford City. Indiana : 1889, 
admitted to the bar ; 1892, elected prosecuting attorney, for the 48th 
judicial circuit. Indiana. Married. September 18. 189.3. to Miss Harriel 
L. Abbott. 

974. Florence Weir Ditto (nee Hays). 

Physician. Mussoori. India. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1891 ; M. D., 1890. Central College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons ; valedictorian of class, Medical College. Born. December 19, 1868, 
in Sanborn. Green county. Indiana. Engaged in practice in Indianapolis 
and Terre Haute. Indiana. Married. July 11. 1898. to Rev. Frank S. 
Ditto, class of '93, School of Theology. 

975. Charles Edward Dixon. 

Teacher, 2742 Monroe Avenue. Chicago. Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1891. Born, April 8. 1864. in Port Byron. New York. 
1887-91, instructor in Latin, preparatory school of DePauw University ; 
1890-91. in charge of Latin summer school. Bay View. Michigan; 1891-95, 
chair of Latin, Olivet College. Olivet. Michigan : 1895-96. student in 
American School for Classical Studies in Rome, Italy ; 1897. student in 
libraries of France and Italy ; 1895-99. fellow in University of Chicago : 
1898, instructor in Latin. Lewis Institute. Chicago : 1898 — . instructor 
in Latin in the South Side Academy. Chicago. Married. June 30. 1892. 
to Miss Alma Dahl. 

976. Louis Philip Doerr. 

Teacher, Mt. Vernon, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1891. Born. February 8. 1864. in Huntingburgh. In- 
diana. 1888-89. principal at McCutchanville. Indiana : 1889-91. teacher 



174 DePauw University. 

in High school, Mt. Vernon. Indiana ; 1891-93, chair of Latin and German. 
Austin College, Effingham, Illinois ; 1893-99, Latin teacher, Jeffersonville, 
Indiana ; 1899-1900, principal of High school, Mt. Vernon. Mar- 
ried. September IT, 1S91, to Miss Mary Hamer Loudon, of Mt. Vernon, 
Indiana. 

977. Henry Ellsworth DuBois. 

Teacher, Kansas City, Missouri. 

A. B. : A. M., 1891. Born, January 25, 1862, in Union county, In- 
diana. 1888-92, principal of High school, Trenton, Missouri ; 1892-96, 
superintendent of Trenton public schools ; 1898 — , principal of Franklin 
High school, Kansas City, Missouri. Married, September 4, 1889, to Miss 
Jessie L. Chapman. 

978. Trumbull Gillette Duvall. 

Minister and Teacher, Delaware, Ohio. 

A. B. ; S. T. B.. 18S9, Boston University ; Ph. D., 1892, Boston Uni- 
versity. Born, March 20, 1861, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Pursued 
"biological course in DePauw and Boston Universities ; 1889, joined In 
diana conference ; 1889-90, pastor of Blackford Street M. B. Church, In 
lianapolis ; 1890-92, student in German Universities (Berlin, Jena and 
Tuebingen) ; 1892, instructor in systematic theology, School of Theology 
DePauw University ; 1893-95, professor of systematic theology in same 
"1894-95, instructor in philosophy, College of Liberal Arts; 1895, profes 
sor of philosophy, DePauw ; 1895 — , professor of Philosophy, Ohio Wes 
2eyan University ; 1900 — . dean of the Faculty, Ohio Wesleyan University 
Married, August 29, 1894, to Miss Delia L. Ogden, of Danville, Indiana 

979. Charles Warren Everett. 

Attorney-at-Law, 321-322 Kittridge Building, Denver, Colorado. 

Ph. B. ; A. M., 1891. Born. December 6, 1S62. at Onarga, Illinois. 
1S88-90, principal of the Onarga public schools; 1890, removed to Colo- 
rado and engaged in the practice of law ; 1900, attorney for Anti-Saloon 
League for "Colorado. Married, October 26, 1897, to Miss Maude E. 
Haller, of Vandalia, Illinois 

980. Charles Lincoln Harper. 

Minister, Hebron, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1891. Born. March 5. 1861, College Corner. Ohio. 188S- 
89, student in School of Theology, DePauw University ; 1888, entered 
Northwest Indiana conference and appointed to Brookston ; 1890, Shade- 
and : 1891, Newport ; 1893, Clinton : 1897. New Carlisle ; 1899, Hebron. 
Married, September 23, 1890, to Miss Luella Robinson, near Battle Ground. 
Indiana. 

981. Ellery Welden Heiss. 

Farmer, Lima, LaGrange County, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, December 24. 1864, in Fairview, Pennsylva- 
nia. 1891-92, supervisor in Illinois Institution for Deaf and Dumb ; 189". 
teacher in day school for the Deaf, Chicago; 1894, farmer; 1896, travel- 
ing agent, Fleming Manufacturing Company ; 1897-98, supervisor in 111 i- 
Kois Institute for the Deaf and Dumb ; 1899 — , farmer. Brother of 1476. 

982. Clarence Augustus Hough. 

323 North Boulevard, Oak Park, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1S91. Born, March 25, 1867, in Greenfield, Indiana. 



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983. Charles Douglass Hunt. 

Lawyer, Sullivan, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1801 ; LL. B.. 1888. DePauw University. Born, October 
8. 1861, in New Lebanon, Indiana. 1890-91, clerk and treasurer, town of 
Sullivan ; 1894. elected prosecuting attorney 14th judicial circuit, Indiana. 
Married, May 7, 1890, Miss Sarah W. Scott. 

584. Robert Grant Johnson, deceased. 

Ph. B. ; LL. B.. 1890, Chicago College of Law. Lawyer. Born. 1865, 
Orawfordsville, Indiana. 1888-89. reporter, City Press Association. Chi- 
cago. Died, June, 1890. at Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

985. Tom F. Kane. 

University of Washington, Seattle. Washington. 
A. B. : A. M., 1891 ; Ph. D.. 1895. Johns Hopkins. Born, May 5. 1863, 
in Westneld, Indiana : 1888-91, professor of Latin and Greek, Lewis Col- 
lege, Missouri ; 1891-95, student, Johns Hopkins Universitv (1893-94, 
Latin scholar, 1894-95, Latin Fellow) : 1895-1900, professor of Latin. 
Olivet College, Michigan : 1900 — , professor of Latin, University of Wash- 
ington, Seattle. Married. August 12, 1S96, to Miss Dora Gammon, of 
Odell, Illinois (Art School, '88). 

986. Roscoe Everette Kirkman. 

Lawyer, 628 Main Street, Richmond. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1891. Born, December 24. 1866. in Richmond, Indiana. 
1888-89, superintendent of public schools. Owensville. Indiana ; 1891-94. 
deputy prosecuting attorney, Wayne county, Indiana ; 1894-98, prosecuting 
attorney, same county, ; 1900-02, joint representative for Wayne and 
Fayette counties, Indiana State Legislature. Married, December 24. 1890, 
to Miss Genevra Hill, of Irvington, Indiana. 

987. William Wabash Kneale. 

Physician, Anderson, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; M. D.. 1889, University of Virginia : A. M., 1894, DePauw Uni- 
versity. Born, October 5. 1860, in Attica. Indiana. 1889, post graduate 
course, Chicago Polyclinic : 1890 — , practicing medicine in Anderson, In- 
diana. Married, June 14, 1893, to Miss Mattie E. Thomas, of Greensburg, 
Indiana. 

988. Mary Rebecca Langsdale. 

94 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, 1867. in Greencastle, Indiana. Teacher in public schools 
of Indianapolis. 

989. Harvey Lantz. 

Lawyer, 1001-2 Security Building. Chicago. Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1891 ; LL. B„ 1893, Kent Law School of Chicago. Born. 
May 1, 1864, in Valparaiso. Indiana. 1888-91, superintendent of public 
schools, Spencer, Indiana ; 1891, removed to Chi' ago and began the study 
of law : 1893, graduated, valedictorian of the class, and began the prac- 
tice of law. 

990. Ross Smiley Ludlow. 

Teacher and journalist. The Sentinel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1891. Born, August 18, 1867, in Fayette county, Indiana. 
1888-89, taught in Columbia, Indiana; 1889-93, teacher in Connersville 
public schools ; 1893-94, principal Connersville High school ; 1894-98, 
deputy postmaster, Connersville ; 1899 — , political writer. The Sentinel, 
Indianapolis. Married. December 23, 1900, to Miss Margaret Pulse, of 
Greencastle, Indiana. vSee 943.) 



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991. John Frederick Mail. 

Lawyer, 910 Sixteenth Street, Denver, Colorado. 
Ph. P.. ; LL. B.. 1888, DePauvv University. Born, August 12. 1S65, ia 
Palestine. Illinois. Married, March 28. 1892. to Miss Daisy C. Chiles, of 
Springfield, Missouri. 

992. William Arthur Mason, deceased. 

Ph. B. Soldier. Born. May 31, 1SG6, in Oceana county, Michigan. 
1888, enlisted in the United States army ; 1889. appointed corporal, com- 
pany P, Twenty-third Infantry; discharged. 1891. Died, July 31, 1891, 
near Parsons.. Kansas. 

993. John Howard McElroy. 

Patent Lawyer, 746 Monadnock Building, Chicago, Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1891 ; LL. B., 1892 ; LL. M.. 1893. Columbia University. 
Born, January 29, 1867, in Catlin, Illinois. 1888-89. taught physics and 
mathematics in High school, Danville, Illinois ; 1889-90. student in engi- 
neering, Illinois University ; 1890-91, clerk office of chief engineers, U. S. 
A. ; 1891-96, examining corps, U. S. patent office : 1896. practicing patent 
law : since January, 1898, member of the law firm of Coburn. McRobert* 
& McElroy. Chicago : member of the Chicago Patent Law Association anrt 
American' Bar Association. Married, 1899. to Miss Cora L. Allen, of West 
Chicago, Illinois. 

994. Charles Sargent McNett. 

Attorney-at-law, Room 44, No. 69 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Ph. B. ; A. M., 1892 ; LL. B., 1888, Law School. DePauw University. 
Born, March 18, 1861, at Janesville, Wisconsin. Principal of schools, 
Wanconda, Illinois. Married, July 12. 18SS. to Miss Elfie Keck. 

995. Kate Mooney (nee Stone). 

810 West Washington Street, Los Angeles. California. 

B. S. Born. August 22, 1867, in Fineastle. Indiana. 1888-90. teacher 
in schools of Bainbridge. Indiana. Married. September, 1891. to William 
1'. Mooney, in Greencastle, Indiana. (See 949.) 

996. George Howard Murphy. 

Minister. Martinsville, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1891 ; S. T. B., 1894. Boston University. Born. May 20, 
1865, In Indianapolis, Indiana. 1888, entered Southeast Indiana con- 
ference; 1888-89, pastor at Acton, Indiana; 1889-91, student School of 
Theology, Boston University : 1891-93, pastor at Jeffersonville, Indiana ; 
1893-94, student, Boston University, School of Theology: 1894-95, pastor 
P.roadway M. E. Church. Indianapolis ; 1895-98. Lawrenceburg ; 1898 — , 
Martinsville. Married. January 2, 1896, to Miss Annie D. Latimer, of 
Hartford, Connecticut. 

997. John Powers Secrest. 

Agent of Quarries, Laurel, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, October 24, 1865. in Laurel, Indiana. 1889. graduated 
from Cincinnati Law School : trustee for Laurel township ; now travel- 
ing for quarries. Married. November 20, 1892, to Miss Flora Patterson, 
of Laurel, Indiana. 

998. Charles Gibson Simison. 

Farmer, Romney, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 22, 1865, at Romney. Indiana. 



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999. Edward Buckham Taylor Spencer. 

Teacher. University Park, Colorado. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1891. Bom, April 26, 1S63, Delrnar. Iowa. 1888-92, 
professor of ancient languages. Moore's Hill College. Moore's Hill. In- 
diana : 1890-92. vice president of same ; 1892-94, graduate student. Johns 
Hopkins University ; 1S94 — , professor of Latin, University of Denver. 
Married. August 9, 1894. to Miss Lulu B. Ward. Vevay, Indiana, who 
died, June 4, 1S96. and is buried at Vevay. (See Art 3.) 

1000. Charles Ernest Sturgis. 

Attorney-at-Law, Bluffton, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M.. 1894 ; LL. B.. 18SS. DePauw University. Born, Septem- 
ber 15, 1867, at Bluffton, Indiana. Member of law firm. Sharpe & Stur- 
gis : 1891-94. city attorney, of Bluffton. Indiana ; 1890 — . city attorney, 
Bluffton. Married, September 18, 1895, to Miss Anna Deam. 

1001. Roda Minerva Wallace (nee Kelly). 

Minneapolis. Minnesota. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S94. Born. January 6. 1868, in Annapolis. Parke county, 

Indiana. Sister of 671 and Art 1. 1888-90. teacher in public schools, 

Gettysburg, Dakota : 1890-92, teacher, St. Cloud. Minnesota : 1S92-94, 

stenographer, Minneapolis. Married, June 14, 1894, to Charles S. Wallace. 



L. CLASS OF 1889. 



1002. Frank Lawrence Abbott. 

Teacher, Greeley, Colorado. 
B. S. : A. M., 1892. Born. 1S62. in Dillsborough. Indiana. 1889-90, 
instructor in physics in DePauw University ; 1890-95. teacher of chem- 
istry, physics and botany in Fond du Lac (Wis.) High school ; 1895-96, 
post graduate work in physics and chemistry in Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity : 1896-98. teacher of natural sciences in La Junta. Colorado, High 
school 1898-1900, teacher of natural sciences in Trinidad, Colorado. High 
school ; 1900 — , professor of physical sciences in State Normal School, 
Greeley, Colorado. 

1003. Joseph Newton Allen. 

Lawyer, Wichita, Kansas. 
A. B. ; LL. B.. 1889. Derauw University : A. M.. 1892. Born, February 
7, 1S68,, Greencastle, Indiana. 1889-90, principal of the Burton school, 
Wichita. Kansas. 

1004. Ernest Irving Antrim. 

Banker, Van Wirt, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1890. Boston University ; Ph. D.. 1897, Gcettengen Uni- 
versity, Germany. Born, February 21, 1869, in Germantown. Ohio. 
1890-92, instructor in Greek and English. Belmont College, College Hill, 
Cincinnati, Ohio ; 1892-93. instructor in English and student in Boston 
University ; 1893-94, professor of English, Wyoming University, Laramie, 
Wyoming; 1894-97, student in English and German Philology in Gcetten- 
gen University : 1898-99. lecturer in English. West Virginia University, 
Morgantown, W. Va. ; 1899 — , banker. Van Wert. Ohio. Married, October 
17, 1899, to Miss Saida Brumback, of Van Wert, Ohio. 

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178 DePauw University. 

1005. Douglass Killion Armstrong. 

General Agent, 171S West Morris Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1892. Born, August 19, 1S59, in Greene county, Indiana. 
1878-81, taught in Owen and Greene county schools ; 1879-83, student 
in Indianapolis High school, graduated in 'S3 ; 1883-86, teacher in New 
Albany High School ; 1886-89. student at Derauw ; 1889-96, superintendent 
of West Indianapolis schools ; 1896-97, principal of schools. Harmony, 
Indiana ; 1897, post graduate student in Chicago University ; 1897-98, 
principal of Peru High school and teacher of History ; 1898 — , general 
agent for "The Student's Cyclopedia" and "Webster's International Dic- 
tionary," subscription edition. Married, December 24, 1890, to Miss 
Martha Dickson, of Knightsville, Indiana. 

1006. William Henry Axtell. 

Physician and Surgeon, New Whatcom, Washington. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1892, DePauw University ; M. D.. 1891. Medical College 
of Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio. Born. April 18, 1863. in Tipton, Indiana. 
1889-91, student of medicine ; 1891, winner of the Dr. Zinke prize, at 
medical college; 1891-94, practiced- medicine at Tipton, Indiana; 1894, 
removed to New Whatcom, Washington. Married, June 11, 1891, to Miss 
F. Sevilla Cleveland. (See 1007.) 

1007. Frances Sevilla Axtell (nee Cleveland). 

New Whatcom, Washington. 
Ph. B. ; A. M„ 1892. Born. June 12, 1866, at Sterling. Illinois. 1889- 
90, teacher of Latin and mathematics in Northwest Normal school, Lyn- 
den, Washington ; latter part of 1890. traveled and studied in Europe ; 
1890-91, taught at Sterling, Illinois. Married, June 11, 1891, to Dr. W. H. 
Axtell. 

1008. Willis Bacon. 

Attorney-at-Law, Tiffin, Ohio. 
B. S. Born. April 11. 1866, in Annapolis. Ohio. 1890, admitted to the 
bar at Columbus, Ohio. Married, November 16, 1892, Miss Margaret 
Palmer, at Tiffin, Ohio. 

1009. Myra Baker. 

Teacher, Indianola, Iowa. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1892. Born, 1863. Cherry Grove. Illinois. 1891-92, pro- 
fessor of French and German, Napa College. Napa, California ; 1892-93. 
teacher of English, Fisk University. Tennessee ; 1894 — , student of mod- 
ern languages, Paris, France. 

1010. Charles Post Benedict. 

Lawyer, 33 Lombard Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1892 ; LL. B.. 1891. Boston University. Born. March 4, 
1869, in Rantoul, Illinois. Brother of 920. 1889-91, student of law. 
Boston University. Married, June 2, 1897, to Miss Sadie Sandage, of 
South Bend, Indiana. 

1011. Oscar H. Berry. 

Minister, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1892. Born. March 26. 1861, in Easton, Missouri. 1890, 
entered the ministry of the M. E. Church. 

1012. Raymond Clarence Best. 

Lawyer, Riverside, California. 
Ph. B. Born, April 20, 1S68, Liberty Mills, Indiana. 1891, removed to 
California and admitted to the bar of the state ; 1895, manager of the 



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Riverside Abstract Company. Married, June 24, 1802, to Miss Jennie D. 
Curtis. 

1013. Lissa Bowser. 

No. 67 Woodland Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, near Indianapolis. Art student. 

1014. William Addy Boyd. 

Minister, Gifford, Illinois. 

A. B. : A. M., 1892. Born, in Ilallsville, DeW'itt county, Illinois. 1881), 
joined the Illinois conference : appointments : Savoy, Champaign Circuit, 
Cisco, Sadorus, Gifford. Married, December 17, 1891, to Miss Addie Read, 
of Champaign, Illinois. 

1015. John Fred Clearwaters. 

Minister. Maroa, Illinois. 

B. S. : A. M., 1892. Born. October 6, 186G. at Perrysville. Indiana ; 
1889, instructor in science. Greencastle High school : took the histological 
prize, Indiana Medical College ; 1890. public schools, Dayton, Indiana ; 
1891, joined Illinois conference ; 1891-93, professor of natural science, 
Chaddock College, Quincy, Illinois ; 1893-95, pastor, Danville circuit ; 
1S95-98, Indianola: 1898 — , Maroa. Brother of 1056 and 1375. Married. 
July 21, 1892, to Miss Frances A. Green, of Manhattan, Kansas. 

1016. John Wesley Julian Collins. 

Minister, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S92. Born, September 24, 1862, in Crawford county, 
Indiana. 1889, entered the Indiana conference ; 1889. Monrovia ; 1S90-92, 
Cannelton : 1893-95. Main Street. New Albany ; 1895-97, Trinity. Indian- 
apolis ; 1897-99, Mooresville ; 1899 — . California Street, Indianapolis. 
Married, September 2, 1891, to Miss Olive Webb, of Greencastle, Indiana. 

1017. Lewis H. Davis. 

Investor, (West End) Atlanta, Georgia. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1892. Born. March 9, 1868. near North Salem, Indiana. 
Brother of 1018 and 1460. Manager of the clothing firm of A. Heyman & 
Company, Hurley, Wisconsin ; now engaged in business in Atlanta 
Georgia. Married, to Miss Eugenia Morrill. 

1018. Walter Scott Davis. 

Teacher, Richmond, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1892, DePauw and Cornell. Born. December 29, 1866, 
near North Salem, Indiana. Brother of 1017 and 1460. 1889-91, prin- 
cipal of High school, Dublin, Indiana ; 1891-92, graduate student, Cornell 
University ; 1892-93, student in history. University of Leipzig ; 1893-95, 
student of history, sociology and political science, University of Chicago ; 
1894-96 Fellow in History, University of Chicago ; 1896-97, lecturer in 
American history : 1897 — , instructor in history and civil government in 
Richmond, Indiana. High school ; 1899, professor of History in Earlham 
College Summer school ; 1S99. member of American History Association ; 
wrote "History of Fugutive Slaves and the Underground Railroad" and 
"The Attitude of the United States Towards the French Invasion of 
Mexico and Maximilian's Mexican Throne." 

1019. Christopher Cyrus Dick. 

Physician, Altoona, Pennsylvania. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1892 ; M. D., 1893, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
Baltimore, Maryland. Born. December 31. 18G3, in Dauphin county, Penn- 
sylvania. 1893, graduated from College of Physicians and Surgeons, 



180 DePauw University. 

Baltimore, Md. ; 1897, certificate for post graduate course on Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat, Philadelphia Polyclinic Hospital for Graduates in 
Medicine : 1898. passed fourteen examinations for fourth year class, 
Medical Department. University of Pennsylvania ; 1898. assistant's certifi- 
cate for post graduate course from Will's Eye Hospital, Philadelphia ; 
1899. in charge of refractive department of Opthamology. Medico-Chirurgi- 
cal Hospital and College, Philadelphia ; now practicing in Altoona, Penn- 
sylvania. 

1020. Wilbur Adrian Fisk. 

Teacher, 136 South Thirteenth Street, Richmond, Indiana. 

Th. B. : A. M.. 1S92. Born, August 19, 1861, in Ashland. Ohio. 1889- 
91, superintendent Owensville public schools summer of 1890, graduate 
work in biology, DePauw University : 1892, graduate work in physics, 
Harvard University ; 1891, teacher in physics and chemistry, Richmond. 

1021. Marshall Elbert Fraser. 

Minister, Caney, Kansas. 

A. B. ; S. T. B., 1890 ; A. M., 1892. Born, September 8, 1863, at Davis 
Junction, Illinois. 1S89-90, student of Theology and instructor in Greek, 
School of Theology, DePauw University : 1890, joined the Rock River 
conference of the M. E. Church, and appointed to Kirkland, Illinois ; now 
member of the Southwest Kansas conference. 

1022. Charles Washington Gibert. 

604 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri. 

A. B. Born, February 22, 1863, in Brooklyn, New York. Merchant in 
St. Louis. 

1023. Jessie Glenn Happ (nee Cowgill). 

Paxton, Illinois. 

B. S. ; A. M.. 1S92. Born. November 10. 1S68. at Chillicothe, Missouri. 
Taught in State Normal School, St. Cloud. Minnesota : and in public 
schools, Paxton, Illinois. Married, January 25, 1894. to William Happ. 

1024. Virginia Belle Harris. 

Artist, Rensselaer, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, December 23, 1865, in Newtown, Indiana. 

1025. Heber Sherry Headen. 

Minister Mooresville, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; S. T. B., 1890 ; A. M., 1892. Born. October 9, 1852, in Vander- 
burgh county, Indiana. 1889-90. pastor Greencastle circuit ; 1890, joined 
the Indiana conference : 1894. graduated in conference course ; appoint- 
ments : 1890-95. Mitchell: 1895-97, Oakland City; 1897-1900, New Har- 
mony ; 1900 — , Mooresville. Married, November 11, 18S0, to Miss Jennie 
A. Henry. (See Art 2.) 

1026. Francis Orville Hester. 

Teacher, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S92. Born, December 20, 1864, in Rushville, Indiana. 
1889-90, superintendent of public schools in Thorntown. Indiana ; 1890-94, 
principal of High school, Kendallville. Indiana ; 1895 — , instructor in 
mathematics, Manual Training High school, Indianapolis. 



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1027. Oliver Morton Hester. 

Minister, Yolo, California. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1S92, DePauw University and S. T. B., Drew Theological 
Seminary- Born, October 22, 1S64, in Charlestown, Indiana. Son oi 
128. 1889-90, student in DePauw Theological school ; 1890-91, pastor at 
Butler, Illinois : 1891-92, student in Drew Theological Seminary ; May- 
September, 1892, pastor Modesto, California ; 1892-93, Atlanta circuit ; 
1S93-94, Emada and Morgan Hill: 1894-96. Redwood City; 1S96-97. Souls- 
byville ; 1897-9S. Redwood City ; 1898—, Yolo. Married, August 14, 1895, 
to Miss Lizzie W. McCallum, of Redwood City, California. 

1028. Nelson Augustus Hetherington. 

Clerk, 48 Sherman Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

B. S. ; A. M.. 1892. Born, May 27, 1S63. in Highland countv. Ohio. 
1S89-92, teacher: 1892-95, collector, clerk and student of law; 1895-1901, 
clerk at A. M. Rothschild & Co., The Boston Store, The Fair, and Mar- 
shall Field & Co., all of Chicago. 

1029. John Luther Jackson. 

Lawyer, 1147 Monadnock Building. Chicago. Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1S92. DePauw University : LL. B., 1893, Lake Forest 
University. Born, October 30, 1866, In Stockwell, Indiana. Son of 208, 
and brother of 1654. 1892. graduated from the Chicago College of Law, 
and admitted to the bar ; 1892-93, post graduate course in law ; 1892 — , 
member of the law firm of Bond. Adams, Pickard & Jackson : 1S95, ad- 
mitted to the bar of Supreme Court of the U. S. : member of Chicago Bar 
Association ; 1898 — . member of Board of Managers. Chicago Patent Law 
Association. Married. June 24, 1891, to Miss Laura E. Bond, of Chicago. 

1030. Charles Wesley Mann. 

Teacher, Lewis Institute. Chicago. Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, October 31. 1862, in Huntertown, Indiana. 
18S7-88. commandant DeVeaux College, Suspension Bridge, N. Y. ; 1888- 
91, superintendent Kenyon Military Academy, Gambier, Ohio : 1891-96, 
dean of Chicago Academy ; 1896 — . charge of History Department, Lewis 
Institute. Married, September 12, 1888, to Miss Mary Love Ridpath, 
of Greencastle, Indiana. (See 944.) 

1031. Amos Colin Maple. 

Bank Cashier, Whittier. Colorado. 
A. B. : LL. B., 1891. University of Michigan. A. M., 1892, DePauw 
University. Born. October 12, 1867. in Rush county, Indiana. 1889-91, 
student of Law, University of Michigan ; 1891-92, teacher of Latin and 
mathematics. Knightstown High school ; 1893. taught in Spiceland Acad- 
emy : principal of Winchester, Indiana. High school ; 1900 — . assistant 
cashier First National Bank. Whittier, Colorado. Married, 1897, to Miss 
Lula Charles Hadley, Earlham '94. 

1032. Frank Mace McFarland. 

Teacher, Stanford University, California. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1893, Leland Stanford, Jr., University ; Ph. D., 1896, 
University of Wurtzburg, Germany. Born, June 10. 1869. in Centralia, 
Illinois : 1889-92. professor of biology and geology in Olivet College, Olivet, 
Michigan : 1892-94. instructor in histology, Leland Stanford, Jr., Uni- 
versity ; 1894-97, assistant professor of Histology, Leland Stanford. Jr., 
University ; 1897. student in Universities of Wurtzburg and Zurich, and 
in Naples Zoological Station ; 1897 — , associate professor of histology, 
Leland Stanford, Jr.. University : member California Academy of Science 
and San Francisco Microscopal Society. Brother of 603. 



182 DePauw University. 

1033. John Wesley Miller. 

Minister, Urbana. Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M„ 1892. Born, September 9, 1866, in Edgar county, Illinois. 

Brother of 1804. 1889, joined the Illinois conference ; appointments : 

1889-91, Toledo ; 1891-94, Marshall ; 1894-97, Charleston ; 1897-98, Rush- 

ville ; 1898, Urbana. Married, July 23, 1890, to Miss M. Nettie Evinger. 

1034. William Edward Oden. deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1892. Born, July 11. 1866, in DeKalb county, Indiana. 
1889-90. principal Spencer (Indiana) High school; 1890-91, with Chicago 
Associated Press ; 1892, graduated at Northwestern University law school 
and admitted to the Chicago bar ; 1893, post graduate, Chicago College 
of Law ; 1898. enlisted in Spanish-American war. troop H., Young's 
Cavalry, and died, June 26, 1898, in camp at Crawfish Springs. 

1035. Fred Leigh Pochin. 

Teacher, Spencer, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1892 ; LL. B., 1892, Northwestern University. Born, 
March 24. 1868. in Owen county, Indiana. 1889, president Greenville 
College, Kentucky : 1892-97. practicing law, Chicago ; 1897-1900, super- 
intendent of schools, Spencer, Indiana ; 1900 — , post graduate student in 
English, Indiana University. 

1036. Asher Shepley Preston. 

Minister, Kokomo, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1892. Born, June 16, 1859, in Bluffton, Indiana. 1884- 
87, superintendent public schools, Fremont. Indiana ; 1887-88, pastor M. E. 
Church, Corrunna, Indiana : 1889-91, pastor M. E. Church, Wolcottville, 
Indiana : 1891-92, Albion ; 1892-94. Kendallville ; 1894 — , Knightstown ; 
1896-1900, Goshen. First Church ; 1900 — , Kokomo, Grace Church. Mar- 
ried, October 4, 1S83, to Miss Carrie Augusta Brown. 

1037. Russell Davisson Robinson, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S92. Born. September 26, 1867. in Indianapolis, Indiana. 
1889-91, reporter on Indianapolis Journal; 1891-96, editorial department 
of City Press Association, of Chicago : 1896-98, assistant city editor of 
Chicago Journal; 1898-99. telegraph editor of Chicago Journal; 1899-1900, 
editorial department of City Press Association of Chicago. Died, Novem- 
ber 2, 1900, at Elkhart, Indiana. 

1033. William Hale Sharp. 

Attorney-at-Law, Columbus, Ohio. 

B. S. ; A. M., 1S93. Born, September 29, 1865, near Sugar Grove, 
Ohio. 

1039. David Parker Simison. 

Farmer and Stock-grower, Romney, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, October 30, 1867, Romney, Indiana. 

1040. Charles C. Spencer. 

Lawyer, Monticello, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : LL. B., 1889. School of Law, DePauw University. Born. Janu- 
ary 6, 1808, at Monticello, Indiana ; 1S90-92, practiced law in Chicago ; 
1892, removed to Monticello, Indiana ; 1894, city attorney, Monticello. 

1041. Edward Thompson Teitsworth. 

Lawyer, 602 Guaranty Building, Minneapolis. Minnesota. 
B. S. ; LL. B., 1S89. School of Law, DePauw University ; A. M., 1892. 
Born, July 14, 1864, Elysburgh, Northumberland county, Pennsylvania ; 
1889, admitted to the Minnesota bar. 



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1042. Curtis Thompson Troth, deceased. 

A. B. Teacher. Born. August 18, 1864. at Vandalia, Owen county, In- 
diana. Died, June 25, 1SS9, at his home near Vandalia, Indiana. 

1043. Frank Scriven Warner. 

♦Lawyer, Grinnell, Iowa. 

A. B. Born. September 18. 1862. at Smithville. Peoria county, Illinois. 
Principal of public schools, Groveland, Illinois ; 1893, admitted to the bar, 
at Chicago. 

1044. Minnie Alice Wheeler (nee Haskell). 

Evansville. Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M., 1802. Born. July 23. 1S67. at Annapolis. Indiana. 1889- 
91. teacher in preparatory school of DePauw University. Married, No- 
vember 7, 1891, Walton Mark Wheeler. (See 960.) 

1045. William Dana Wilcox. 

Justice of the Peace, 849 North Kedzie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

B. S. : A. M., 1892. Born. July 27, 1866. in Utica, Illinois. 1889-98, 
book publisher. Chicago: April. 1899. appointed justice of the peace for 
town of Jefferson. Married, December 26, 18S9, to Miss Mary Agnes 
Palmer. 

1046. James Herbert Wilkerson. 

Lawyer, 203 LaSalle Street. Chicago, Illinois. 

Ph. B. : A. M.. 1892: LL. B.. 1892. Born. December 11, 1869, in Sa- 
vannah. Missouri. Brother of 1325. 1S90-91. principal High school, 
Hastings. Neb. ; 1891-93. instructor in rhetoric and oratory. DePauw Uni- 
versity ; 1893 — . lawyer, Chicago. Married, August 27, 1891, Miss Mary 
E. Roth. (See 1047.) 

1047. Mary Ellen Wilkerson (nee Roth.) 

6347 Woodlawn Avenue. Chicago. Illinois. 

Ph. B. : A. M., 1892. Born, April 21. 1867, in LaPorte county, Indiana. 
18S9. principal High school. Hartford City, Indiana : 1890, teacher of 
English. High school. Hastings. Nebraska : 1893. court reporter 13th 
judicial district of Indiana ; 1894 — . with (Jinn & Co., Chicago. Married, 
August 27, 1891, James H. Wilkerson. (See 1046.) 

1048. Henry Herbert Wright. 

Minister, Godfrey, Illinois. 

Ph. B. : LL. B., 1879. St. Louis Law School. Born. February 27. 1858, 
in Dunkirk. Chautauqua county. New York. 1879-81, attorney-at-law ; 
1S81-S4, mercantile business : 1890, entered North Indiana conference, 
and stationed at Akron : 1891, Marion circuit. Married, September 1, 
1890, Miss Mary J. Barwick. 

1049. Mary Josephine Wright (nee Barwick). 

Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. S. ; A. M.. 1894. Born. December 29. 1868, in Greencastle, Indiana. 
1898 — . secretary Society of Alumni, DePauw. Married, September 1, 
1890, Mr. Henry II. Wright. 



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1050. Ralph William Best. 

Horticulturist, Dewey Avenue, Riverside, California. 
B. S. Born, October 29, 1863, at Liberty Mills, Wabash county, In- 
diana. Married, June 14, 1892, to Miss Jennie E. Hayden, near Prince- 
ton, Indiana. 

1051. Elmer Ellsworth Botkin. 

Lawyer, Muncie.. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1894. Born, November 10. 1861. in Randolph county, 
Indiana. 1S91-93, principal of the Modoc school ; 1893. formed partner- 
ship in the practice of law with E. E. Sluss. 

1052. Maude Bower (nee Fulkerson). 

669 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. : A. M.. 1893. Born, in Frankfort. Indiana. 1S90-92, studied in 
Paris and Berlin ; 1892-95, professor of Modern Languages, Washburn 
College, Topeka, Kansas ; summers of 1895 and '98, graduate student in 
Chicago University ; 1895-9S. professor of Modern Languages, Western 
College, Toledo, Iowa. Married. September 7, 1899, to Dr. Raymond E. 
Bower. 

1053. William Oliver Bowers. 

Teacher, Selma, Indiana. 
A. B. : A. M„ 1894. Born. June 14, 1868, in Tabor, Indiana. 1890-95, 
teacher in district and graded schools of Henry and Delaware counties ; 
1895-96, principal of schools of Daleville ; 1896-97, principal of schools 
at West Newton ; 1S97 — . principal of schools, Selma, Indiana. Mar- 
ried, December 18, 1S9S, to Miss Mary Good, of Selma, Indiana. 

1054. Albertus Theodore Briggs. 

Minister, Monticello, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1893 ; S. T. B.. 1891. Born, March 3. 1862, near Findlay, 
Ohio. 1889. entered N. W. Indiana conference ; 1889-92, associate pastor 
Centenary Church, Terre Haute ; 1892-94, pastor Grace Church, Rochester ; 
1894-96, Kentland, Indiana. Married, June 14, 1893, to Miss Lenore All- 
eman. (See 1099.) 

1055. Horace Lycurgus Burr. 

Publisher, 383 East Fifty-fifth Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

B. S. ; A. M., 1S93 ; LL. B., 1S95, Indiana Law School. Born, January 
27, 1870, at New Castle, Indiana. 1893, student in the graduate school 
of the University of Chicago, department of English Literature ; 1894-95, 
state secretary, 1895-96, state president of Epworth League of Indiana; 
1895-98, practiced law in New Castle, Indiana ; 1S98 — . member of firm 
Gallion & Burr, proprietors of The Quadrangle Press. Chicago, and pub- 
lishers of The University of Chicago Weekly and The South Side Sayings. 
Married, May 11, 1898, to Miss Lillian Grace Peirce, of Middletown, 
Indiana. 

1056. Harriet Burris (nee Clearwaters). 

5 Avon Street. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
P.. S. ; A. M., 1894. Born, April 12. 1868. at Perrysville. Indiana. Sister 
of 1015. Married, December 28, 1891, to Mr. William Paxton Burris. 
(See 1101.) 



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1057. Florence H. Busby (nee Kemp). 

Alexandria, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. June 10, 1864. at Anderson, Indiana. Taught one vear. 
Married, October 13, 1892, to Mr. I. V. Busby. 

1058. Worth Ernest Caylor. 

Lawyer. 604 Schiller Building. Chicago. Illinois. 
A. B. ; LL. B., 1891. Born. August 25, 1867. near Arcadia, Hamilton 
county, Indiana. Married. June 12, 1803, to Miss Katherine Vaughan, 
of Richmond, Indiana. 

1053. Homer Schofield Chenoweth. 

Farmer and Stock-grower, Cohn, Illinois. 
Ph. B. : LL. B., 1891. Born. October 20, 1S62, at Chenoweth's Ferry, 
Clark county, Illinois. 1S02, taught school ; 1803. removed to Oklahoma ; 
in law office of Morgan & Pancoast ; December. 1804. removed to Clark 
county, Illinois, and engaged in farming and stock raising. 

1060. Frederick Albert Cleveland. 

Lawyer, 3423 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Ph. B. : Ph. D.. 1000, University of Pennsylvania. 1893. author of 
"Cleveland's Annotations to Vols. 1 and 2, Hill's Code of State of Wash- 
ington"' ; 1802-04, member of law firm, Bruce, Brown & Cleveland ; 1804- 
96. firm of Brown & Cleveland, of New Whatcom. Washington ; 1896-98, 
graduate work in University of Chicago ; 1897-98, Fellow in Political Sci- 
ence, University of Chicago ; 1899-1900, graduate work in University of 
Pennsylvania ; 1800, Harrison Fellow in Economics, University of Penn- 
sylvania ; 1900, instructor in Finance. University of Pennsylvania ; author 
of "The Growth of Democracy in the United States," (Quadrangle Press, 
Chicago, 1S99). 

1061. Wesley Clark Crawford. 

Minister, Metamora, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1893. Born, February 4, 1858. in Johnson county, In- 
diana. 1890, admitted to the Southeast Indiana conference. Appoint- 
ments : Ninevah circuit, Castleton circuit. Metamora. Married. September 
5, 1S90, Miss Lillie Bruner. 

1062. Mary Sidelia Donner (nee Starr). 

Donnora, Pennsylvania. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1S03. Born, January 2, 1871. near Bainbridge, Indiana ; 
1891, teacher in Worthington Normal School ; 1891-92. teacher in Wood- 
land College, Independence. Mo. ; 1892-93, teacher in Logansport High 
school ; 1S93-97, teacher in preparatory school. DePauw University. Mar- 
ried, August 11, 1897, to Frank Donner, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

1063. Aaron Isaac Dotey. 

Teacher, Hotel Albert, New York City. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1893. Born, September 16, 1862. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
1890-02, instructor in preparatory school ; 1892-93, instructor in Latin. 
DePauw University: iNOM-'.t'.i. Latin teacher, Indianapolis High school; 
1899-1900, resident agent in New York City for Scott. Foresman & Co., 
educational publishers of Chicago : 1900 — , Latin teacher in DeWitt Clin- 
ton High school, New York City. 

1064. Warren Washburn Florer. 

Permanent Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1894; Ph. D.. 1807. Cornell Universitv. Born. May 17, 
1S70. at Loda. Illinois. 1800-91 and 1892-93, graduate student. Cornell 



186 DePauw University. 

University, Ithaca, New York : 1893-9(5, student at Leipzig University, 
Germany ; 1896-97. Fellow, Cornell University : 1897 — , instructor in 
German at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

1065. Wellington John Griffith. 

11 Court Street, Tiffin, Ohio. 
A. B. : A. M.. 1893. Born. June 15, 1865. at Melmore, Ohio. 1895, real 
estate agent and money loaner, Tiffin, Ohio. Married, April 5, 1894, to 
Miss Emma Sneckenberger. 

1066. William Russell Hornbaker. 

Berwyn, Illinois. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1893. Born. March 8, 1870. at Yountsville. Indiana. 
Brother of 1227. 1890-91, civil engineer. Sanitary District of Chicago ; 
1891-92, teacher. East Wheatland, Illinois ; 1892 — , instructor in chem- 
istry, Lake High school, Chicago ; 1895. graduate of Chicago College of 
Law (Law Department of Lake Forest University). Married, August 18, 
1S93, to Miss Mary D. Rogers. 

1067. Harry Mason Johnson. 

Minister, 2629 Ash Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; S. T. B., 1892, Boston University. Born. January 21. 1860, 
in Alexandria. Clark county. Missouri. 1890-92. student, Boston Univer- 
sity ; 1892, admitted to the North Indiana conference and stationed at 
Albion ; 1893. Pierceton ; 1894-95, Trinity. Ft. Wayne ; 1896, Fairmount ; 
1897, Indiana Avenue. Anderson ; 1897 — , agent for New York Life Insur- 
ance Company. Married. January 1, 1895, to Miss Lillian White Gold- 
rick, of Indiana;x>lis, Indiana. 

1068. William H. Latta. 

Lawyer, 41 Old Journal Building. Indianapolis. 

A. B. : LL. B., 1891 : A. M., 1893. Born, November 5, 1868, in Noble 
county, Indiana. Married, June 24, 1894, to Miss Carrie Hunt, of Green- 
castle, Indiana. 

1069. Telesphore Leveque. 

Minister, McAll Mission, Paris, France. 

B. L. ; S. T. P.. Born. September 13. 1852. in Beauvois, Northern 
France. French missionary in New York City, one year ; same in Worces- 
ter, Massachusetts, two years ; same in llousatonic, Massachusetts, two 
years ; 1895, same in Cohoes, New York. 

1070. Daniel Trembly MacDougal. 

Director of the Laboratories, Bronx Park, New York City. 
B. S. : M. S.. pro merito, 1S93, Purdue University; A. M. 1894, DePauw 
University : Ph. D.. 1897, Purdue University. Born, March 16, 1865, in 
Liberty, Indiana. 1890-92, instructor in Biology, Purdue University ; 
summer of 1S91, special agent of the United States Department of Agri- 
culture, making botanical explorations in Arizona ; 1892, similar service 
in Idaho ; 1898. further service in Arizona ; 1893-95. instructor in botany, 
University of Minnesota ; 1895-99. assistant professor of botany, in 
charge of the plant physiology. University of Minnesota: 1899 — . ap- 
pointed director of the Laboratories. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx 
Park ; 1894. translator and editor, Oel's Pflanzenphvsiologische Versuch'e ; 
1895. author. Experimental Plant Phvsiology ; 1898, joint author, "Liv- 
ing Plants and Their Properties" ; 1900. author. "Nature and Work of 
Plants" : editor, Journal of the New York Botanical Garden ; associate 
editor. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club : contributor to scientific 
and literary magazines. Married, January 24, 1893, to Miss Louise 
Fisher. 



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1071. Paul Morgan Miller. 

Teacher, 3109 Arsenal Street, St. Louis. Missouri. 

A. B. ; LL. B.. 1890: A. M., 1894. Born. May 17, 1868, Paradise. Penn- 
sylvania. 1890-92, principal LaGrange (Indiana) High school; 1892-93, 
bond clerk Missouri Pacific Railway system ; 1893-95, teacher of Physics, 
St. Louis High school. Married, December 25, 1891, to Miss Mary Nutt, 
of Greencastle, Indiana. (See 1072.) 

1072. Mary Miller (nee Nutt). 

3109 Arsenal Street, St. Louis, Missouri. 

B. L. Born, October 31, 1S69, Greencastle. Indiana. Married, Decem- 
ber 25, 1891, Paul M. Miller, of St. Louis. (See 1071.) 

1073. Addison Webster Moore. 

Teacher, 5827 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. : A. M., 1893 : Ph. D., 1898. University of Chicago. Born, July 30, 
1866, in Plainfield, Indiana. 1S'.)0. principal High school. Marion, In- 
diana ; 1891-93, instructor in Preparatory school, DePauw University : 
1893, scholar in Sage School of Philosophy, Cornell University ; 1894. fel- 
low in philosophy. University of Chicago ; now instructor in Philosophy, 
University of Chicago. Married, September 1, 1891, to Miss Ella E. 
Adams, of Terre Haute, Indiana. (See 1181.) 

1074. Charles Henry Cross Poucher, deceased. 

A. B. ; A. M. ; M. D., 1893, Medical College of Indiana. Born, Novem- 
ber 22. 1S68. in Loogootee. Indiana. Son of 239. brother of 1139. 1243 
and 1669. 1890-91. principal intermediate department DePauw College, 
New Albany. Indiana; 1891-93, medical student: 1893-94, chief interne 
of the City Hospital, Indianapolis. Indiana : 1894-97. practicing physi- 
cian, Indianapolis : December 1, 1897. appointed superintendent of the 
City Hospital, Indianapolis, which office he resigned October 15, 1900 ; 
1893-1900, one of the corps of instructors in the Medical College of In- 
diana. Died. February 6, 1901, in Swanton, Nebraska, and is buried at 
Greencastle, Indiana. 

1075. George Clinton Price. 

Teacher, Stanford University, California. 

B. S. ; Ph. D.. 1897, Leland Stanford, Jr. Universitv. Born, May 30, 
I860, at Sugar Grove. Indiana. 1890-92, student of biology, Johns Hop- 
kins University ; summer of 1891, student at the Johns Hopkins Marine 
Laboratory, Port Henderson, Jamaica ; since 1892. teaching Zoology in 
Leland Stanford. Jr. University : .at present, assistant professor of 
Zoology. Married, December 27, 1SS9, to Miss Edith Basye. (See 1128.) 

1076. Renos Harlan Richards. 

Patricksburg, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1S94. Born, September 8, 1866. in Patricksburg, In- 
diana. 1S85. graduated from the Spencer. Indiana. High school ; 1891-97, 
superintendent Spencer public schools ; 1897-9S. head of department of 
Mathematics. Battle Creek, Michigan. High school ; 1896-98, treasurer 
of the Indiana Lincoln League of Republican Clubs ; contributor to 
"Poets and Poetry of Indiana"' (1900) ; occasional contributor of verse 
and prose to the Indianapolis Journal. Youth's Instructor, and other 
publications ; member of the Western Association of Writers ; 1900 — , 
demonstrator of Histology and instructor in Latin in College of Physicians 
and Surgeons. Indianapolis, Indiana, and under-graduate student in same. 
Married, August 3. 1892. to Miss Blache Bladen, who died November 27. 
1895 ; married, June 28, 189S, to Miss Emma Josephine Coffey, of Brazil, 
Indiana. (See 1244.) 



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1077. William Bryant Rinker. 

Teacher, Whitewright, Texas. 
A B. ; A. M., 1893. Harvard University. Bom, August 26. 1863, in 
Springfield, Ohio. 1879-85, taught in public schools in Ohio ; 1890-92, 
superintendent of schools in Ohio ; 1892-94, post graduate work in 
Philosophy and Latin at Harvard ; also studied at Heidelberg University, 
Germany ; 1894-9S, professor of Greek language and literature, Galloway 
Female College, Searcy, Arkansas : 1898-1900, chair of Latin language 
and literature, LeMars Normal College, LeMars, Iowa ; 1900 — , professor 
of Philosophy, Grayson College, Whitewright, Texas. 

1078. John Harmon Robinson. 

Permanent Address., Sedalia, Missouri. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B. Born, June 27, 1862. at Wheatland, Indiana. Special 
traveling agent for the Traveler's Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn. 
Married, May 19, 1892, to Miss Anna Hough, of Carthage, Mo. 

1079. Ernest Grant Rognon. 

Attorney-at-Law, 421-423 Atlas Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B. Born. May 22, 1866, in Clark county. Indiana. Tem- 
porary address. Nome. Alaska. Married, June 9, 1S90, to Miss Eva 
Culley, who died January 1, 1S99. 

1080. Frank Tipton Rudy. 

*Physician. 609 Main Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1893 : M. D., 1892, Medical College of Indiana. Born, 
May 11, 1865. near Millersburg, Ohio. Demonstrator of histology ; ad- 
junct professor of chemistry, interne at the Indianapolis City Dispensary ; 
1894 — , practicing medicine at La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

1081. Ora Bell Shirk (nee Newcomer). 

Delphi. Indiana. 
P.. L. Born, September 3, 1867, in Tipton, Indiana. Married, April 5, 
1893, to James A. Shirk. 

1082. John William Sluss. 

Physician, 642 E. St. Clair Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. S. ; A. M.. 1S94 : M. D., 1893, Medical College of Indiana. Born. 
August 27, 1867. at Cloverdale, Indiana ; 1S90-91. principal of Cloverdale 
schools ; 1893-94, interne in City Dispensary. Indianapolis ; 1894 — , en- 
gaged in practice of medicine ; demonstrator of anatomy, Medical College 
of Indiana ; 1899 — , professor of anatomy. Medical College of Indiana. 
Married, October 14, 1896, to Miss Cora Mabel Hart, of Cloverdale, In- 
diana. 

1083. Sidney Thomas Sterling. 

Farmer, Camden, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 10, 1859, near Camden, Indiana. Farmer and 
contributor to agricultural papers. 

1084. Charles Watson Treat. 

Teacher. 553 John Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1893. Born, January 29, 1860, at Sparta, Illinois. 1884, 
graduated from the Southern Illinois Normal University ; principal of the 
East side public schools. Effingham. Illinois ; 1890-94, professor of science, 
Napa College, Napa. California ; 1894. professor of physics and chemistry, 
Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin. 



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1085. Morris Howland Turk. 

Minister, 53 Pinkney Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1893. Born, June 2, 1867. in Greenwood, Indiana. 1890- 
91, and 1S92-93. assistant librarian, DePauw University : 1S91-92, pastor 
M. E. Church. Orland, Indiana ; 1893-95, student in School of all Sciences, 
Boston University : minister in Congregational Church : 1896-98. Quincy, 
Massachusetts 1898 — , Wenham. Massachusetts : permanent address as 
above. Married, October 17, 1891, to Miss Ollie B. Hays, of Greencastle, 
Indiana. 

1086. Guy Morrison Wafker. 

Lawyer, 115 West Ninety-fourth Street, New York City. 

A. B. ; LL. B., 1891, DePauw Universitv ; A. M.. 1S93. Born. January 
24. 1870, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. 1873-81, lived in China : 1891, began 
the practice of law in Terre Haute, Indiana ; now engaged in practice in 
New York City. Married. December 15, 1891, to Miss Minnie L. Royse, 
of Terre Haute, Indiana. (See 1087.) 

1087. Minnie Lulu Walker (nee Royse). 

115 West Ninety-fourth Street, New York City. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1893. Born, June 18. 1869, in Paola. Kansas. 1891, 
student of State Normal school, Terre Haute, Indiana. Married, Decem- 
ber 15, 1891, to Guy M. Walker. (See 1086.) 

1088. James Clarence Walters. 

Attorney-at-Law, Logan, Utah. 

Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1S90. Born, November 1, 1867, Covington, Kentuckv. 
1890-91. attorney-at-law, Richmond, Indiana ; 1891-1900, attorney-at-law, 
Logan, Utah. 

1089. Artemus Ward. 

Minister and Teacher, Upland, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1893. Born. October 2. 1862, in Carroll county, Indiana. 
1890, entered Northwest Indiana conference ; at present, professor in 
Taylor University. Upland. Indiana. Married, June 24, 1890, to Miss 
Allie Greenfield, of Brookston, Indiana. 

1090. Roy Owen West. 

Attorney-at-law, 164 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 

A. B. ; LL. B. : A. M.. 1893. Born, October 27, 1S68. in Georgetown, 
Vermillion county, Illinois; 1894, assistant county attorney (Cook county), 
in charge of tax department : November 27, 1S94, elected president of the 
Republican organization in the thirtieth ward of the city of Chicago ; 
1895-97, city attorney of Chicago ; 1897, renominated by Republican 
party for city attorney — defeated, but led the ticket by 56.400 votes ; 
1898, elected member, and is now president of Board of Review of Assess- 
ments of Cook county for four years. Married, June 11, 1898, to Miss 
Louise O. Augustus, of Paris, Illinois. 



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LII. CLASS OF 1891. 



1091. Margaret Elien Abbott (nee Smith). 

Hanover, New Hampshire. 
Ph. B. Born, October 18, 1870, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Married, 
September 6. 1S99, to Prof. Wilbur C. Abbott, of Dartmouth College, Han- 
over, New Hampshire. 

1092. Thurman Davis Allen. 

Electrician, 10 East North Street, Danville, Illinois. 
B. S. ; A. M., 1894. Born, March 13. 1870, at Greencastle, Indiana ; 
1891-92, pursued special course at Cornell University ; 1892-94. in the em- 
ploy of the Chicago Edison Company ; 1894-95, electrician for the Dan- 
ville Gas, Electric Light and Street Railway company ; 1895 — , member of 
firm of Aylsworth & Allen, Electrical Contractors. Married, April 14, 
1897, to Miss Viola O. Beck. 

1093. Willits A. Bastian. 

Lawyer, 723-729 Law Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. : LL. B. Born, October 20, 1866, at Ligonier, Indiana. 1891-92, 
principal Hastings (Nebraska) High-school ; 1892-94, topographer, Spring- 
field, Ohio ; 1894 — , lawyer, Indianapolis. Married, May 23, 1895, to Miss 
Mary L. Ellison, of La Grange, Indiana. 

1094. Jessie Beard (nee Noble). 

Newcastle, Indiana. 

B. L. Born. September 6, 1S69, in Indianapolis, Indiana. 1893-94, 
taught in Greenwood : 1894-95, in Anderson ; 1895-97, in newspaper work. 
Married, May 14, to Clarence H. Beard, at Greenwood, Indiana. 

1095. Russell Kenneth Bedgood. 

Teacher, LaEayette, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1894. Born. May 20. 1867, at Rising Sun, Indiana. 
1891-94, principal of Marion High school ; 1894 — , principal of Lafayette 
High school. 

1096. Howard Charles Binkley. 

Merchant, Alexandria, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, June 17, 1S70, in Richmond, Indiana. Hardware dealer. 
Married, October 8, 1S91, Miss Louesa Stucky. (See 1097.) 

1097. Louesa Binkley (nee Stucky). 

Alexandria, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, November 1, 1870, Gosport, Indiana. Married, October 8, 
1891, Howard C. Binkley. (See 1096.) 

1098. Howard Milton Briceland. 

Journalist 1709 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 26, 1867, at Carrollton, Ohio. 1892-1900, tele- 
graph editor, Indianapolis Sentinel. Indianapolis. Indiana ; 1900-1901. as- 
sistant telegraph editor, Indianapolis Press. 



The Alumni. 191 

1099. Lenore Briggs (nee Alleman). 

Monticello, Indiana. 
Pb. B. ; A. M., 1S94. Born, September 1. 1S07, at Argos, Indiana. 1891, 
principal, Higb-school. Waterloo, Indiana ; 1S92, principal. High-scbool, 
Celina, Obio. Married, June 14, 1S90, Rev. A. T. Briggs. (See 1054.) 

1100. William J. Brickley. 

Teacher Effingham, Illinois. 
B. S. ; A. M., 1S94. Born, May 14, 1855, in Georgetown. Illinois. 18S5, 
graduated from classic course. Saline Normal University, Kansas ; 1891 — , 
professor of biology, Austin College, Effingham, Illinois ; took special work 
in Illinois State Universtiy : author of "How to Know of Common Rocks 
and Minerals" and of "Physiology by the Laboratory Method" ; 1900 — , 
vice president and professor of Biology. Austin College, Effingham, Illinois. 
Married, May 23, 1S84, to Miss Ellen E. Church, of Equity, Kansas. 

1101. William Paxton Burris. 

5 Avon Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, November 15, 1863, near Maple Valley, 
Henry county, Indiana. 1891-97, superintendent public schools, Bluffton, 
Indiana ; 1897-1900, superintendent of schools. Salem, Ohio ; 1900 — , 
graduate student in Philosophy and Education, Harvard University. Mar- 
ried, December 28, 1891, to Miss Harriet E. Clearwaters. (See 1056.) 

1102. George Alexander Caldwell. 

Civil Engineer, Muncie, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1894. Born, September 5, 1S64, at Rushville. Indiana. 
1891 — , chief draughtsman of the Indiana Bridge Company, of Muncie. 
Married, May 20, 1S95, to Miss Rose Silverburg, of Muncie, Indiana. 

1103. Bertha Darnall. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, December 24, 186S. in Bainbridge, Indiana. 
1S91-92, assistant principal of High school. Muncie, Indiana ; 1897, 
special graduate study in Chicago ; June, 1S99, graduated from Bible 
Training School, Washington, D. C. 

1104. Addie Lane Dorsett (nee Priest). 

Baraboo, Wisconsin. 
A. B. Born, April 4, 1866. in Putnam county, Indiana. 1891. teacher 
of mathematics, Greencastle High school ; 1893, teacher of mathematics, 
McFerrin College, Martin, Tennessee. Married, May 23, 1S94, to A. D. 
Dorsett. (See 1162.) 

1105. Orville Frank Dwyer. 

Attorney-at-law, Hulbert Building, Cincinnati. Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born. May 13. 1868, at Leesburg. Ohio. 1891—, 
engaged in the practice of law, Cincinnati. 

1106. Charles Francis Enyart. 

Minister, Wilmington, Ohio. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, February 9, 1865, near Logansport. Indiana. 
1S91-92, pastor Center Point. Indiana : 1892-93, Price Hill. Cincinnati. 
Ohio : 1893-95, Springboro. Ohio ; 1895-96, president of Hillsboro College, 
Ilillsboro, Ohio ; 1896-99, pastor, Georgetown, Ohio ; 1S99 — , Wilmington, 
Ohio. Married, September 3. 1890, to Miss Alice O. McKnight. 



192 DePauw Univeesity. 

1107. Charles Telford Erickson. 

Minister, Delaware.. Ohio. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1S94 : S. T. B.. 1895, Boston University school of The- 
ology. Born, July 15, 1867. 1S92, assistant pastor. Tabernacle M. B. 
Church, Dallas, Texas ; 1893-95, pastor, Plainville and graduate student 
Boston University : 1896-97, missionary at Rangoon, Burma ; 1898-99, 
pastor, Medina. Ohio ; 1899 — , Delaware, Ohio. Married, September, 1895, 
to Miss Carrie Louise Earl, of Akron, New York. 

1108. Ina Florine Fulkerson (nee Johnson), deceased. 

B. L. Born, January 10. 1872. Graduate of the "Scott-Saxon school of 
Elocution and Oratory." Denver, Colorado ; first librarian of "Jewett 
Norris Public Library." of Trenton. Missouri. Married, February 22, 1894, 
to Dr. W. D. Fulkerson, (Ex. DePauw '93), Trenton, Missouri, and died, 
September 13, 1895, 'in Trenton. 

1109. Hallie Hall. 

Teacher, State Normal, Kirksville, Missouri. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, February 5. 1870, at Trenton, Missouri. 
1891-92, professor of English, Missouri Wesleyan College. Cameron ; 
1893-95, professor of English, Chaddock College, Quincy, Illinois ; 1897. 
Harvard University Summer School ; at present, assistant professor of 
English in State Normal School, Kirksville, Missouri. Sister of 1223 and 
1407. 

1110. James Allen Hindon. 

Teacher, Galena, Kansas. 

A. B. : A. M., 1894. Born, November 16, 1862. in Jasper county, Mis- 
souri. Brother of 1225 and 1288. Instructor in Latin. Lewis Academy, 
Wichita. Kansas ; instructor in preparatory School, DePauw University ; 
instructor in mathematics, Carthage (Mo.) High School; 1895-99, prin- 
cipal of High School. Webb City, Missouri : 1899 — , superintendent of 
schools. Galena, Kansas. Married, July 22, 1896, to Miss Helen Bartlett, 
of Carthage, Missouri. 

1111. William Henry Hiss. 

Merchant, Plainfield, Indiana. 

B. S. ; A. M., 1894. Born. January 28, 1868. at Plainfield. Indiana. 
1891-92, teacher in Central Academy ; 1892 — , dealer in furniture, etc. 
Married, October 19, 1893, to Miss Lilly Mills. 

1112. Charles Alfred Houts. 

Lawyer, 510-515 Lincoln Trust Building, St. Louis, Missouri. 
B. S. : A. M., 1894. Born. December 13, 1S68, at Warrensburg, Mo. At- 
torney for the Missouri. Kansas and Texas railway company, St. Louis, 
Mo. ; member of law firm Johnson, Houts. Marlatt & Hawes ; residence, 
5037 Kensington Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. Married, April 8, 1896, to 
Miss Eleanor F. Wright. 

1113. James Hamilton Huckleberry. 

Lawyer, Van Buren, Arkansas. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B.. 1891 ; A. M.. 1894. Born. July 27. 1871, at Van Buren, 
Arkansas. 1892-93. county attorney. Jennings county, Ind. : 1894, editor 
and proprietor, Crawford county Journal, Van Buren, Arkansas. 

1114. Herbert Hunt. 

Newspaperman, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born. April 17, 1869. in Coatesville, Indiana. 1892,. 
editor South Bend Post; 1893, telegraph editor, Baltimore World; 1894, 



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city editor and 1S99 — , managing editor The Sun, Indianapolis. Married, 
April 25. 1894, to Miss Lucille Marshall, of Indianapolis. 

1115. Olive Sophia Jakes (nee Bayne). 

Jamestown, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, 1S67, in Bainbridge, Indiana. Married, August 16, 1894, 
to Rev. Charles Jakes. (See 1173.) 

1116. David William Lewis. 

635 Eighth Street, Riverside. California. 
Fh. B. ; A. M.. 1S94. Born, November 24, 1864, near Eaton, Indiana. 
1S91-94, manager of Riverside (Cal.l Abstract Company; 1894-95, direc- 
tor of searches of Riverside Abstract Company ; 1S93, special corres- 
pondent. Los Angeles Evening Express; 1895, manager of the Southern 
California Land and Loan Exchange. Married, April 18, 1S93, to Miss 
Edith M. Binks. of Riverside, California. 

1117. Frank Leslie Littleton. 

Lawyer. Fletcher Bank Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : LL. B„ 1S91 ; A. M.. 1894. Born. January 12. 1868. in Han- 
cock county. Indiana. 1S97. member Indiana House of Representatives ; 
1899, member and Speaker, Indiana House of Representatives ; engaged 
in practice of law in Indianapolis. 

1118. Richard Earle Locke. 

Minister. Germantown. Fennsylvania. 
Fh. B. ; A. M.. 1894 : B. D., 1S95. University Theological Seminary, 
New York City. Born. March 16, 1S6S. in Waterloo. Indiana. 1891-93, 
student of theology, Boston University : 1892-94. pastor of Old Colony 
Chapel, Boston ; 1894, ordained to ministry in Central Congregational 
Church, Boston, Massachusetts : 1S94-95. Union Theological Seminary, 
New York City ; 1895-96, pastor Cuyler Chapel. Brooklyn : 1896-97, spent 
in foreign travel : 1S97-1900. February 25. installed pastor Wickliffe 
Presbyterian Church. Newark. N. J. ; 1900, pastor Church of the Redeemer, 
Presbyterian. Germantown. Pennsylvania. Married, October 22, 1898, 
to Miss Mary Maude Snyder, of Bryan, Ohio. 

1119. Charles Oliver Merica. 

Superintendent Industrial School for Boys, Waukesha, Wisconsin. 
Ph. B. : A. M., pro merito, 1892, Iowa Wesleyan Universitv. Born, July 
3. 1864. at St. Paris. Ohio. 1885, graduated from Ft. Wayne College ; 
1891, professor of mathematics. Iowa Wesleyan University ; 1S92, presid- 
ent Dakota University : 1892-94, president Maryville Seminary, Mo. ; 
1894-97, professor of history and political science, Lawrence University, 
Appleton, Wis. ; 1897 — . superintendent of Industrial school for Boys, 
Waukesha, Wisconsin. Married, 1888, to Miss Alice White. 

1120. William Oscar Moore. 

Real Estate and Rental Agent, 1145 Laurel Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1S94. Born. December 2, 1866, in Marion county, 
Indiana. 1891-95, deputy treasurer. Marion county ; 1896-98. real estate 
department. Indiana Trust Company, Indianapolis. Married, December 
27, 1893, to Miss Eliza Overhiser. 

1121. Lemuel Herbert Murlin. 

Minister and teacher, Baldwin, Kansas. 
A. B. ; S. T. B., 1892. DePauw University ; S. T. D., 1897, University of 
Denver ; D. D., 1897, Cornell College ; B. D., 1899. Garrett Bibical In- 
stitute. Born, November 16, 1861, in Mercer county, Ohio : 1886, graduated 
from Ft. Wayne College ; 1887, taught in same ; special studies under 

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194 DePauw University. 

President Harper in schools of English and Hebrew Bible ; 1891. member 
of American Institute of Christian Philosophy ; 1886-88, pastor Trinity 
M. E. Church, Ft. Wayne. Ind. ; 1888-91. member of Northwest Indiana 
conference, and pastor' at Knightsville ; 1891-96, member of Indiana con- 
ference, and pastor at Vincennes ; 1894 — , president Baker University, 
Baldwin, Kansas ; 1899, travelled in Europe ; 1900, delegate to General 
conference ; since 1896, member of the Kansas conference ; president of 
the Kansas College Presidents' Association ; member of American Society 
for Psychical Research. 

1122. Isaac Elijah Neff. 

Teacher, Kankakee, Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, June 16, 1867, near Jalapa, Grant county, 
Indiana. Brother of 1124. 1891-92, graduate student. Johns Hopkins 
University ; special courses in physical history and political economy ; 
1S92-93, principal of High school, Crawfordsville. Ind. ; 1893-94, chair 
of Latin and historv. New Ebenezer College. Cochran, Ga. ; 1894-98, prin- 
cipal High school. Portland, Ind ; 1898-99, principal of city schools, Port- 
land, Ind ; 1899 — , principal of High school, Kankakee. Illinois. Married. 
December 7, 1893, to Miss Elizabeth Price, of Greenfield. Indiana. (See 
1123.) 

1123. Elizabeth Neff (nee Price). 

Kankakee, Illinois. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1894. Born, March 9, 1869, Troy N. Y. 1893-94, teacher 
of voice culture in music school of New Ebenezer College, Cochran, Ga. 
Married, December 7, 1893, to Isaac E. Neff. (See 1122.) 

1124. Joseph Edgar Neff. 

Lawyer, South Bend, Indiana. 

A. B. ; LL. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born in Grant county, Indiana. Brother 
of 1122, 1891 — , practicing law in South Bend, Ind ; deputy internal 
revenue collector, and secretary of Indiana Traveling Men's Accident As- 
sociation : department manager of the Citizens' Loan. Trust & Savings Co., 
of South Bend, Indiana. Married, January 8, 1896, to Miss Daisy Mikels, 
who died December 2, 1899. (See 1305.) 

1125. Wilbur Grant Neff. 

American District Telegraph Co., Columbus, Ohio. 

Ph. B. ; LL. B. Born, August 5, 1868, at Milton, Indiana. 1891-94, 
manager of Western Union Telegraph office at Greencastle, Indiana ; 
1894-95, manager, same company, at Marion, Ohio : 1895-99, manager 
same company, Anderson, Indiana ; 1899-1900, superintendent American 
District Telegraph Company, Columbus, Ohio ; since May 1st, 1900, assist- 
ant to the president of the American District Telegraph Company, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

1126. Robert William Peelle Noble. 

Teacher, Vincennes, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, February 28, 1970, near Centerville, Wayne 
countv, Indiana. 1891-92, graduate student in chemistry, Johns Hopkins 
University; 1892-93, principal of Hagerstown (Indiana) High school; 
1893-94, instructor in science, Danville (Illinois) High school; 1894-97, 
instructor in science, Crawfordsville High school ; 1897-98, graduate 
student in Chemistry, Chicago University ; 1898-1900. professor of Chem- 
istry, Vincennes University. Married, September 1, 1892, to Miss Mar- 
garet E. Nicholson, of Indianapolis. 



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1127. William Horace Peter. 

Lawyer, 515 New York Block. Seattle, Washington. 
A. B. ; LL. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, September 22. 1865. in Mulberry, 
Indiana. Engaged in practice of law in Mulberry, now practicing in Seat- 
tle, Washington. 

1128. Edith Price (nee Basye). 

Stanford University, California. 
Ph. B. Born. September 9. 1870. in Rockport. Indiana. Sister of 1394 
and 1405. 1S94-95, teacher of English in Institute Internazionale, Rome, 
Italy. Married, December 27, 1899, to George Clinton Price, at Rockport, 
Indiana. (.See 1075.) 

1129. Arthur Ragan Priest. 

Teacher, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born. September 1. 1867. in Putnam county. 
Indiana. 1891-92. principal High school, Seale, Alabama : 1892-93, pro- 
fessor English language and literature, McFerrin College, Martin. Tennes- 
see : 1893-96, instructor in Rhetoric and Oratory, DePauw University ; 
1896-98, professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, DePauw : 189S-99, instructor 
Oratory, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Wis. ; 1899 — , professor of 
Rhetoric and Oratory. University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. 
Married, July 19, 1893, to Miss Will Trent. 

1130. Edgar Everett Rhodes. 

*292 East Indiana Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; A. M„ 1S94. Born. May 4, 1868, near Altamont. Illinois. 
1891-93, dry goods business ; 1893-94, steward Southern Illinois peniten- 
tiary. Menard. Illinois ; 1894 — , employed in city engineering department. 
Chicago, Illinois. 

1131. Clark Edward Ridpath. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; LL. B.. and A. M. pro merito, 1892. Born, May 28. 1871, in 
Greencastle. Indiana. 1892, student in Hanover, Germany ; 1893, graduate 
student University of Chicago : 1893-99, practicing law. Chicago ; now. 
Greencastle. Son of 220 and brother of 819, 944 and 1674. 

1132. Halstead Lockwood Ritter. 

Lawyer. 241 Equitable Building. Denver, Colorado. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B„ 1892 : A. M., 1894. Born, July 14, 186S, in Indianapolis, 
Indiana. Brother of 1374. 1452 and 1675, son of 222. State president 
of Epworth League, Indiana : 1895, removed to Denver, Colorado. Mar- 
ried, July 14, 1S97, to Miss Grace Lurline May, of Indianapolis. 

1133. Elizabeth Austin Rose. 

Teacher, 116 North Eighth Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, September 23, 1868, in Carthage, Missouri. 
1891, teacher in High school, Carthage, Missouri ; 1892. teacher in James- 
town (New York) High school ; 1892-94. High school, Carthage. Missouri : 
1894-95, student, Womans' College, Baltimore, Maryland : 1895-97. assist- 
ant in Latin, Indiana State Normal, Terre Haute, Indiana ; 1897-98, 
student in American school of Classical Studies, Rome. Italy ; 1898 — , 
assistant in Latin, Indiana State Normal. Sister of 1563. 

1134. Uichiro Sasamori. 

Teacher, Chinzei Gakkwan, Nagasaki, Japan. 
Ph. B. ; S. T. B.. 1892 : Ph. D.. 1893, DePauw Universitv. Born. Janu- 
ary 14. 1867. 1893-95. pastor of Deshima M. E. Church ; 1893 — . teacher 



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of Philosophy, Chinzei Gakkwan, Nagasaki, Japan. Married, 1895, to Miss 
Toshi Mikami, in Japan. 

1135. William Grant Seaman. 

Minister, 113 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts. 

A. B. ; Ph. D., 1897, Boston University. Born, Novemher 2, 1866, at 
Wakarusa, Indiana. 1891-92, member of DePauw Quartette Company ; 
1892-93, assistant pastor M. E. Church. Anderson, Indiana ; 1893-97, 
graduate student, Boston University ; 1893-96, supply at Sudbury, Mass. ; 
1896, joined New England conference, and appointed. 1896-98, Sudbury ; 
1898-1900, State Street, Springfield ; 1900 — , Wesley Church, Salem, Mass. 

1136. Caroline Simpson. 

Taylorville, Illinois. 

B. L. Born, August 10, 1871, in Taylorville, Illinois. 

1137. Edward Ellis Sluss. 

Lawyer, 518 New York Life Building, Kansas City, Missouri. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B. ; A. M.. 1S94. Born, November 23, 1869, in Cloverdale, 
Indiana. 1891-92, taught at Russellville, Indiana ; 1892 — , began practic- 
ing law in Muncie, Indiana : member of law firm, Botkin & Sluss ; now 
practicing in Kansas City, Missouri. 

1138. Frank Monroe Smith. 

Lawyer. Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B. ; A. M., 1S94. Born, December 3, 1866, Whitcomb, Indiana. 
1894, elected prosecuting attorney for thirty-seventh judicial circuit of 
Indiana ; 1898, chief deputy collector Internal Revenue. 6th District of 
Indiana. Married, September 14, 1898, to Miss Clara M. Wood. 

1139. Olive St. John (nee Poucher). 

Salem, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1894. Born, Mav 20, 1870, in Evansville, Indiana. Daugh- 
ter of 239, sister of 1074, 1243, 1559 and 1669. 1S91-92, instructor of 
mathematics, preparatory school, DePauw University ; 1892-94, teacher in 
Salem, Indiana, public schools : 1894-96, graduate student in Latin De- 
Pauw ; 1896-98, teacher of Latin, Wabash. Indiana. High school ; 1899- 
1900, teacher, Indianapolis schools. Married, July 17, 1900, to Edward E. 
St. John, at Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 

1140. Stephen S. Strattan, Jr. 

Richmond, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born. December 8, 1S68, Richmond. Indiana. 1892, 
paymaster of the firm, Gaar, Scott & Co. ; 1895, assistant secretary of same 
firm ; 1898 — , secretary of same firm, Richmond, Indiana, carried, May 4, 
1892, Miss Ruby Gaar, of Richmond, Indiana. 

1141. Edward Wilder Stucky. 

161 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, May 10, 1867, Gosport. Indiana. 1892 — , 
engaged in retail drug business. Married, October 23, 1895, to Miss Kate 
May Smith, of Irvington, Indiana. 

1142. Joseph Eijiro Takasugi. 

Professor, Sapporo, Japan. 
Ph. B. ; S. T. B. ; A. B., 1892, Mt. Union College ; Ph. D., 1893, Boston 
University. Born, August 5, 1867, in Hirosaki, Japan. 1893-94, instruc- 
tor in English and Philosophy, Chinzei Gakkwan, Nagasaki, Japan ; 1894-96, 



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Instructor in English, Too-Gijiku, Hirosaki : 1S96-99, professor of 
philosophy and pastor of the College Church, Tokyo Anglo- Japanese Col- 
lege, Tokyo ; 1899 — , professor of English Literature, The Imperial Col- 
lege of Agriculture, Sappora, Japan. Married, 1896, to Miss Ko Hoshino, 
of Ferris Seminary. 

1143. Arthur J. Taylor. 

2715 Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. S. ; A. M., 1894. Born. August 24, 1870, at Bainbridge, Indiana. 
1893-95, instructor in Indianapolis College of Commerce ; connected with 
Western Horseman ; 1S95 — , instructor in Indianapolis High school. Mar- 
ried. September 28. 1892, to Miss Lida Wilson. 

1144. Gertrude May Taylor (nee Simison). 

Romney, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, December 7, 1870. at Romney, Indiana. Teaching music 
In Romney. Married, December 29, 1892, to Bennett Taylor. 

1145. Worth Marion Tippy. 

Minister, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 8. 18GG. near Walkerton, Indiana. 1891-93, 
graduate student and Sage scholar, in Sage school of Philosophy, Cornell 
University ; member of North-west Indiana conference ; appointments ; 
1893-94, Congress Street Church, Lafayette : 1894-95, Ninth Street Church, 
Lafayette ; 1895-96, Oxford ; 1S96 — , Centenary Church, Terre Haute. 
Married, May 16, 1895, to Miss Zella B. Ward. 

1146. Merle Newton Allen Walker. 

Lawyer, Room 53 Court House, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; LL. B. Born. April 4, 1871, in Winchester, Indiana. Son of 297, 
brother of 1086 and 1619. From 1873-81, in Peking. China : 1891-92, ad- 
juster Citizens' Street Railway Company, Indianapolis ; 1893. adjuster 
American Casualty Company, St. Louis : 1894, adjuster C. C. C. & I. R. R., 
Indianapolis ; 1894-98, police court prosecutor for Marion county ; 1898 — , 
Probate Commissioner for Marion county. Married, June 15, 1895, to Miss 
Ellaine Irene Hays, of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1147. George Robb Wellborn. 

Merchant, Owensville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B. Born, April 7, 1868, in Owensville. Indiana. Married, 
October 14, 1893, to Miss Lillian Heston. 

1148. William Thomas Wilson. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, October 6, 1869, In Greencastle, Indiana. 1892, graduate 
student, DePauw University ; 1893 — , engaged in foundry and machine 
works, Greencastle, Indiana. 

1149. William Henry Wise. 

Minister, Evanston, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, October 2. 1870, in Cincinnati, Ohio. 1891-92, graduate 
student in philosophy and ethics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York ; 
1894-95, fellow in Christian sociology and applied Christianity, Iowa Col- 
lege. Grinnell, Iowa ; 1892. joined North-west Indiana conference : 1892-97, 
and stationed at Ninth Street Church, Lafayette. Indiana: 1897-99, Col- 
lege Avenue, Greencastle ; 1899 — , special Social work, Evanston, Illinois. 
Married, June, 1895, Miss Forence A. Line, of Richmond, Indiana. (See 
1328.) 



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1150. Louise Woods (nee Romel). 

719 Wabash Street. Michigan City, Indiana. 
Fh. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, November 22, 1867. in Michigan City. 
Assistant principal in Michigan City High school ; teacher of Latin and 
German in same. Married, June 17, 1896, to Louis Leonard Woods. 

1151. Elbert Robb Zaring. 

Minister, Shelbyville, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894. Born, January 12, 1868, at Rockport, Indiana. 
1891, entered the Indiana conference and stationed at Pleasantville ; 
1892-93, Bloomfield ; 1893-96, West Indianapolis ; 1897-98, Hyde Park, 
Indianapolis ; 189S — , West Street, Shelbyville. Married, January 10, 
1895, to Miss Minnie Montrose Beem, of Spencer, Indiana. 



LHI. CLASS OF 1892. 



1152. Thaddeus Stevens Allee. 

Lawyer, 605 Ashland Block Chicago. 
A. B. ; LL. B., 1893, North-Western University. Born. October 2, 1869, 
in Putnam county, Indiana. 1892-93, studied law ; 1893, began the 
practice, with McCurdy & Job, attorneys, Chicago, Illinois. 

1153. Charles Ammerman. 

Teacher. Paris, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, November 5, 1870, in Greencastle. Indiana. 1892. princi- 
pal Bainbridge (Ind.) public schools; 1893, superintendent Charlestowa 
(Ind.) schools; 1894 — , teacher in High school, Paris, Illinois. 

1154. James William Arbuckle. 

Manufacturer, Homer, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 23. 1867, in Rush county. Indiana. 1892-94, 
superintendent father's tile factory, at Homer, Indiana ; 1894. general 
manager Windfall (Ind.) Manufacturing Company, manufacturers of 
brick, tile and building blocks. Married, April 7, 1892, to Miss Julia 
Robertson. 

1155. Frank Morton Beard. 

Teacher, Hartford City, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 11, 1865, near Angola, Indiana. April, 1892, 
pastor Elkhart circuit. North Indiana conference ; August, 1892, general 
secretary of the Marion (Ind.) Young Men's Christian Association ; 1894 — , 
superintendent Hartford City public schools. Married, January 2, 1895, 
to Miss Gertrude Marshall, of Marion, Indiana. 

1156. Bessie Ruth Canse (nee Herrick). 

Bunker Bill, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1896, pro merito. Born, January 16, 1871, at New Corner 
(now Gaston), Indiana. Sister of 1649. 1892-93, teacher, public schools, 
Anderson, Indiana: 1893-94. assistant in High school, Knightstown ; 
1894-1900. principal High school. Greenfield. Married. August 15, 1900, 
to John Martin Canse, at Wabash, Indiana. (See 1589.) 



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1157. John Edwin Carpenter. 

Clergyman, Colorado City, Colorado. 
A. B. Born. July 8, 1S66, in Rush county, Indiana. 1891-92, instruc- 
tor preparatory school DePauw University ; 1892-93, fellow in biology, 
Northwestern University : 1893. acting instructor in physiology, 
Northwestern Academy ; 1894, instructor in Howe Grammar school, Lima, 
Indiana ; 1895, Instructor in Culver Academy, Marinount, Indiana ; 
1895-97, in charge of Trinity Church, Kendallville, Indiana; 1896-98, 
instructor in Mathematics in Howe school, Lima, Indiana ; 1898-99, 
graduate student, Miami University ; 1899 — , rector Church of Good 
Sherpherd, Colorado City, Colorado. 

1158. Albert Maynard Cole. 

Physician, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; M. D., 1894. Indiana Medical College. Born, January 30, 1870, 
at Charlestown. Indiana. 1S92-94, student. Indiana Medical College, 
Indianapolis ; 1S94-95, senior house-physician in Indianapolis city hospital ; 
1895, post-graduate work at New York Post-graduate Medical College ; 
1S96, graduated from medical department of University of Pennsylvania ; 
1896-97, medical post graduate work in London and Paris; since 1897, 
practicing medicine in Indianapolis ; lecturer in Materia Medica and 
diseases of children. Indiana Medical College : on medical staff of 
Deaconess' Hospital and Elinor Hospital for Children. 

1159. Harry Ellsworth Cole. 

Journalist, Baraboo, Wisconsin. 
Ph. B. Born in Pierceton. Indiana. 1892, reporter Muncie Times; 
1S93, taught at Pierceton : July. 1893. city editor. Republican and Leader, 
La Crosse. Wis. : 1894. partner. Baraboo I»ailv and Weekly Xewn. Married. 
May 24, 1899, to Miss Dorothy F. Matchette, at Pierceton, Indiana. 

1160. Myla Cooke. 

Teacher, Greencastle., Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. October 8. 1869, in Indianapolis. 1892-93, teacher In 
Tipton High school : 1893-94. Plymouth High school : 1894-95, Tipton 
High school : 1S9S-99, with the Bowen-Merrill Company, Indianapolis ; 
1900 — , teacher in Newcastle High school. 

1161. Nellie Cooke. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, February 13. 1868. in Indianapolis. 1892-93, teacher in 
Wabash High school : 1893-98. teacher in Logansport High school : 1899, 
spring term, Chicago University ; 1900, graduate work in DePauw Univer- 
sity ; 1900 — , teacher in Marion, Indiana, High school. 

1162. Alvin DeWitt Dorsett. 

Journalist, Baraboo, Wisconsin. 
Th. B. Born, May 2, 1S67, at Huntsville, Schuyler county, Illinois. 

1892. reporter, Alton (Iowa) Democrat; 1893, city editor. Republican and 
Leader, and managing editor of The Voice, La Crosse, Wis. : 1894 — , 
co-partner Baraboo Daily and Weekly News. Married, May 23, 1894, 
to Miss Addie L. Priest. (See 1104.) 

1163. Lee Summit Durham. 

Merchant, Carthage, Missouri. 
B. S. Born, June 13, 1870. in Russellville. Indiana. Brother of 842. 

1893, real estate business, at Perry, Oklahoma : 1894, travelling salesman ; 
1894-95, A. D. C, on general's staff, Indiana National Guard ; since 1895, 
in boot and shoe business, Carthage. Missouri. Married, June 20, 1895, 
to Miss Lulu O'Keefe, of Carthage, Missouri. 



200 DePauw University. 

1164. Ida Ellis. 

Missionary, Penang, Straits Settlements, Malaysia. 
A. B. Born, September 27. 1807, in Dubois county, Indiana. 1894, 
graduated from the Chicago Training school for City, Home and Foreign 
Missions ; 1894-95. teacher in Putnam county ; 1S96. graduate student of 
Philosophy and English Literature in DePauw University ; May, 1900, 
under appointment as missionary of the W. F. M. S., to Penang, Straits 
Settlements, Malaysia. 

1165. Nellie Barbara Fatout. 

Librarian, Anderson, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, April 7, 1872, in Indianapolis, Indiana. 1893-94, student 
in Indianapolis Normal school ; 1894-9S, teacher ; 1898-99, student in New 
York State Library school ; June-September, 1900, assistant in Indiana 
State Library. Indianapolis ; since September, 1900, cataloguer and classi- 
fier, Public Library, Anderson, Indiana. 

1166. Laura Lelia Florer. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, November 20, 1871, at Loda. Illinois. Teacher in public 
schools, Anderson, Indiana : St. Cloud. Minn. ; Terre Haute, Indiana ; 
since 1900, Greencastle, Indiana. 

1167. Herman Garrison. 

Farmer, Milford, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, March 25. 1865, Roxbury, New York. Teacher in public 
schools, and Oak Glen, Illinois. 

1168. Benjamin Franklin Gregory. 

Mines and Mining, Hooper, Colorado. 

B. S. ; LL. B. Born, June 30. 1867, in Williamsport. Indiana. 1892-93, 
manager Williamsport Stone Company ; 1893, engaged in mining. Del 
Norte, Colorado ; 1894-95. mines and mining. Duncan. Saguache county, 
Colorado. Married, September 2, 1896, to Miss Lucile Elizabeth Carlin, 
of Henrietta, Texas. 

1169. John Shannon Hoagland. 

Minister, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; S. T. B., DePauw. Born, September 10. 1S65, at Mt. Hermon, 
New Jersey. 1892, joined the Northwest Indiana conference and ap- 
pointed associate pastor of Centenary M. E. Church, Terre Haute ; 1894, 
Maple Avenue, Terre Haute ; 1896, First Church, Michigan City ; 1899, 
College Avenue, Greencastle. Married, August 27, 1895, to Miss Alice 
Beckman, of Terre Haute. Indiana. 

1170. Charles Wesley Hodell. 

Teacher, 2500 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland. 
A. R. ; Ph. D., 1894. Cornell University. Born. April 16, 1872. 1892-93. 
graduate student Cornell University ; 1893-94, fellow in English literature, 
Cornell University ; 1894-97, professor of English literature and history, 
Shady Side Academy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; 1897 — , associate profes- 
sor and professor of English Language and Literature, the Woman's Col- 
lege, Baltimore, Maryland. 

1171. Henry Hallam Hornbrook. 

Lawyer, 119 East Pratt Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, February 15, 1870, at Evansville. Indiana. Member of 
firm Smith, Duncan. Hornbrook & Smith. Indianapolis. Married. November 
28, 1869, to Miss Mary Grace Smith, of Indianapolis. 



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1172. Charles Jakes. 

Minister. Jamestown. Indiana. 

A. B. Born, 1866, at Lafayette, Indiana. Member of the Northwest 
Indiana conference : 1892. pastor Congress Street. Lafayette ; 1893-96, 
West Lebanon : 1896-99. New Richmond ; 1899 — , Jamestown. Married, 
August 16, 1894, to Miss Olive S. Bayne, of Greencastle, Indiana. (See 
1115.) 

1173. Jesse Johnson. 

Teacher, Salem, Ohio. 
Ph. B. Born, June 29. 1867. in Indianapolis. Indiana. 1892, tutor In 
Latin preparatory school ; 1893-96. instructor in Latin. DePauw Univer- 
sity ; 1896-97. student in American school of Classical Studies. Rome, 
Italy ; 1S97-1900, teacher in and principal of High school, Salem, Ohio ; 
1900 — , superintendent of schools, Salem, Ohio. 

1174. Homer Iliad Jones. 

Physician, 14 East Ohio Street. Indianapolis. 

B. S. : M. D., 1893. Medical College of Indiana. Born, November 13. 
1865. near Greencastle. Indiana. Brother of 403. 1892-93. student of 
medicine ; 1893-94. resident physician St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis ; 
1894-95, assistant professor of obstetrics. Medical College of Indiana ; 
1894 — , practicing medicine in Indianapolis ; 1898, physician to Marlon 
county Work House : 1898, captain and assistant surgeon in 158th Ind. 
Vol. Infantry, Spanish-American War ; 1899 — , lecturer on Anatomy, 
Central College of Physicians and Surgeons. Indianapolis. 

1175. Robert Reiger Jones. 

Newspaperman, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, July 28. 1868, in St. Louis, Missouri. 1892-93, account- 
ant and cashier St. Louis, Missouri : 1893-94. connected with the local 
staff of the Chicago Globe. Record, Times and Inter Ocean: 1S94 — . city 
editor of the Council Bluffs Nonpareil; 1897 — . editorial staff. Inter 
Ocean, Chicago. Married. November 24. 1898, to Miss Mary H. Moore, 
(Ex. '94, DePauw). 

1176. Nellie Pauline Kimball. 

Marion, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, April 7, 1870, at Converse, Indiana. 1892-93, student in 
Paris. France: 1894. taught French and studied Journalism in Detroit, 
Michigan : 1895-1900, teacher of French. Marion, Indiana ; 1900 — , 
teacher of French and History, Girls' Physicial school, Pasadena. Califor- 
nia. 

1177. Emma Louise Lamb. 

Missionary, Asansole, India. 
A. B. Born in Economy. Indiana. 1897, February, went to India under 
W. F. M. S. of the Methodist Episcopal Church ; taught in Calcutta Girls! 
school one year ; since then, in charge of evangelistic work of Asansole 
District, containing 250,000 people. 

1178. Halcyone McCurdy. 

No. 288 Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis. 
Ph. B. Born, March 13 1868. in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1179. Orville Webster McGinnis. 

Lawyer, Evansville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 



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1180. Cassius Warwick McMullen. 

Lawyer Aurora, Indiana. 
B. S. ; LL. B., 1900, University of Cincinnati. Born, November 14, 
1809. at Lawrenceburg, Indiana. 1892-93, teacher in Aurora (Ind.) pub- 
lic schools ; 1893-94, assistant professor mathematics, Indiana University ; 
1894-97, assistant superintendent. New York State Reformatory, Elmira, 
New York ; 1S97-1900, Law school, University of Cincinnati. 

1181. Elia E. Moore (nee Adams). 

5827 Kimbark Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, May 10, 1863, in Terre Haute. Indiana. 1889-91. teacher 
in High school, Terre Haute ; 1892-93, teacher of Latin, preparatory 
school, DePauw University : 1893-94, graduate student, Cornell University. 
Permanent address : 925 North Center Street, Terre Haute, Ind. Mar- 
ried, September 1. 1891, to Addison W. Moore. (See 1073.) 

1182. Ernest Sisson Moore. 

340 Marshfleld Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Ph. B. Born, June 16, 1869. 1892 — , member of firm Moore Brothers 

& Co., lumber dealers ; now student. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 

Chicago. Permanent address, Mattoon. Illinois. Married, January 21, 

1896, to Miss Nana Ball Boatman, of Knoxville, Tennessee. (See 1183.) 

1183. Nana Ball Moore (nee Boatman). 

Mattoon, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, May 14. 1871, in Brandonville, W. Va. 1892, first as- 
sistant Dixon, (111.) High school; 1893, teacher in the Academy at Wash- 
ington, Iowa. Married, January 21, 1896, to Ernest S. Moore, at Knox- 
ville, Tennessee. (See 1182.) 

1184. Jessie Elizabeth Moore. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., pro mcrito, 1899. Born, April 28, 1871, in Greencastle, 
Indiana. 1S93, student of State Normal, Terre Haute, Indiana; 1894, 
graduate of the same : 1896-98, graduate student in DePauw University ; 
1898-99, teacher in High school. Mt. Vernon, Illinois ; 1899 — , teacher of 
Latin in High school, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

1185. Gertrude Ogden (nee Mikels). 

Attica, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 6, 1S68, in Plymouth, Indiana. Sister of 774 
and 1305. 1893-94. student in Boston University Graduate School. 
Married, September 14, 1893, to Horace G. Ogden. "(See 1240.) 

1186. Edgar Guy Osborne. 

Lawyer. Valparaiso, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1894. Northern Indiana Law School. Born, January 
14, 1871, in LaPorte county, Indiana. 1894. admitted to the bar. Mar- 
ried, October 6, 1897, to Miss Dotha Lewis, of Valparaiso, Indiana. 

1187. Perry Edwards Powell. 

Minister, Greenfield, Indiana. 
A. B. ; Ph. D.. Illinois Wesleyan University. Born, May 19, 1866, in 
Newcastle. Indiana. 1890-91, secretary of Clark University, Atlanta, 
Georgia ; 1892, entered the North Indiana conference ; appointments : 
1892-93. Kennard ; 1893-95, Lynn ; 1896-99, Noble Street, Anderson ; 
1899-1901. Peru : 1901 — , Greenfield. Married, September 5, 1893, to 
Miss Louise H. Smith, A. B. (Antioch College), of Little Rock, Arkansas. 



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1188. Dova Preston (nee Lloyd). 

Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. L. Born, February 5. 1869, in Putnam county, Indiana. Sister of 
807. Married, December 29, 1896, to Dr. C. S. Preston, at Greencastle, 
Indiana. 

1189. Lelah Preston. 

Petersburg, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M., pro merito, 1894. Born, April 7, 1869, near Petersburg, 
Indiana. 1892-94, graduate course in modern languages ; 1S97, graduated 
from Indiana State Normal, Terre Haute. 

1190. Lucia Holiday Ray. 

67 Woodruff Place, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; Ph. M., 1899, Chicago University. Born, August 31, 1871, in 
Indianapolis. Daughter of 59. Teacher in public schools, 1894-95, La- 
Porte, Indiana ; 1895-97, High school, Indianapolis ; 1897-99, graduate 
student, Chicago University. 

1191. Clarence Reed. 

Minister, Paris, Illinois. 

A. B. Born, September 16, 1872, at Jerseyville. Illinois. Brother of 
1560. 1892, entered the Illinois conference ; appointments : Champaign 
circuit. Champaign : 1895-96, traveled and studied in Europe ; 1896-1900, 
Sullivan ; 1901 — , Paris. 

1192. William Sherman Rowe. 

Teacher, Connersville, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, July 27, 1866, in New Middletown, Harrison county, In- 
diana. 1892-95, principal of High school, and 1895-99, superintendent 
of schools, Rising Sun. Indiana ; 1899 — , superintendent of schools, Con- 
nersville, Indiana. Married, November 6, 1892, to Miss Fheresia Dow 
Sample of Jeffersonville, Indiana. 

1193. Ozora T. Sharp. 

Farmer, Gaston, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1S93. Born, March 11, 1869, near New Corner (now 
Gaston), Indiana. Practiced law; now farming; township trustee of 
Washington township, Delaware county. Indiana. Married, April 11, 
1900, to Miss May White, of Gaston, Indiana. 

1194. Earl Carlton Smith. 

Physician, 92 Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. D., 1893, Eclectic Medical College, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Born, July 21, 1871. In Lisbon, Illinois. 1S93-95, practicing medicine in 
Greencastle ; 1895, in Indianapolis. 

1195. Selden Frazer Smyser. 

Student and Teacher, Columbus, Ohio. 

Ph. B. Born. July 14. 1870, at Windsor, Illinois. 1892-93. graduate 
student, Sage School of Philosophy, Cornell University ; 1893-94, teacher 
in Putnam county, Indiana : 1894-98, teacher in High school, and 1898- 
1900, principal of High school, Mattoon, Illinois ; 1900-01, Fellow in 
economics, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Brother of 1190. 



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1196. Myrtle Smyser. 

Teacher, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, November 4, 1872. at Windsor. Illinois. Sister. of 1195. 
1893-94, teacher in Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, Knightstown, 
Indiana ; 1894 — , teacher in public schools, Indianapolis. 

1197. Oscar Milton Stewart. 

Teacher, Ithaca, New York. 
Ph. B. ; Ph. D., 1897. Cornell University. Born, November 3, 1869, at 
Neosho, Missouri. 1892-94, professor of physics and chemistry. Baker 
University, Baldwin. Kan. ; 1894-95, graduate student in physics, Cornell 
University, Ithaca, N. Y. ; 1S95-96, Fellow in Physics. Cornell University ; 
1896-98, assistant in physics, same ; 1898 — . instructor in physics, same. 
Brother of 1569 and 1678. Married. June 23. 1899, to Miss Estelle Wil- 
liams. 

1198. Samuel Henry Stokes. 

Minister, Detroit, Michigan. 
A. B. Born, November 24, 1860, in Butler county. Ohio. 1892-98, 
member of the North Indiana conference of the M. E. Church ; withdrew 
from M. E. conference and church. December 3. 1898, and ordained elder 
in the Christian Catholic church, January 1, 1899 ; now in charge of the 
branch of the C. C. Church in Detroit, Michigan. Married, October 10, 
1895, to Miss Maud Kercheval. 

1199. Steta Takashima. 

Teacher, No. 13 Haramachi, Koishikawa, Tokyo, Japan. 
A. B. Born, February 20, 1864, in Tokyo, Japan. 1894 — , professor 
of English at Higher Commercial College, in Tokyo ; instructor in Eng- 
lish at Johoku Middle School : regular contributor to the Chugakusekai ; 
author of "Illustrations of Japanese Life," "Photographs of Japanese 
Customs and Manners." "Errors to Be Avoided in Speaking and Writing 
English." Married. June 20, 1894, to Miss Ko Takugi. 

1200. Frederick Albert Thomas. 

Kendallville, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. September 23. 1870, at Clayton, Indiana. 1892-93, student 
of Greek and Latin, Johns Hopkins University ; 1S96, principal 6T. Ken- 
dallville High school. 

1201. Arthur Randall Woodward. 

Lapel, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 5, 1867. 1892-95, manager of Woodward Bros. 
Grain and Lumber Company ; served two terms as clerk and treasurer of 
Lapel : appointed, 1899, member of County Advisory Committee ; 1S99, 
organized, and is secretary of. Lapel Bottle Company, manufacturers of 
flasks and prescription ware. Married, December 24, 1891, to Miss Daisy 
M. Diltz ; married, April 30, 1S96, to Miss Iloena Wilson, of Lapel. Indiana. 



LIV. CLASS OF 1893. 



1202. Myrta Abbott. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M.. pro inerito, 1894. Born, October 28, 1869, in Fairfield, 
Illinois. 1894-99, teacher of Latin, Knightstown (Indiana) High school; 
1899-1901, graduate student in Latin and Greek, Chicago University. 



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1203. William Grant Alexander. 

Teacher, 1305 Judson Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. 
B. S. Born, February 25, 1871, in Gosport, Indiana. 1892-93, labora- 
tory assistant in chemistry. Del'auw University ; 1893-90, teacher of 
physics and chemistry. High school, Dubuque. Iowa : 1899. post graduate 
work in general medical chemistry, in Northwestern Medical School, 
Chicago ; 1896, teacher of physics and chemistry, Evanston, Illinois, High 
school. 

1204. Joseph Eaton Allen. 

Teacher, Wichita, Kansas. 

A. B. Born, August 4. I860. Mulberry, Indiana. 1893-94, farmer, 
Jefferson, Indiana ; 1S94, teacher of mathematics, New Orleans University. 

1205. Samuel W. Baer. 

Teacher, Xappanee, Indiana. 
Fh. B. ; A. M., 1S9S, pro mcrito. Born. March 7. 1S63, in Whitley 
county, Indiana. 1893-95. instructor in German, DePauw University ; 
1895-1900. superintendent of schools, Xappanee, Indiana. Married, June 
2, 1883, to Miss Xaorui Gulp. 

1206. Ella Bourne. 

Teacher, Evansville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; Fh. M., 1808, University of Michigan. Born. December 24. 
1869 in Franklin county. Indiana. 1893-94. teacher, High school. Sault 
Ste Marie, Michigan ; 1894-95, principal of same ; 1895-90. principal of 
High school. Sault Ste Marie, Michigan ; 1S96-98, graduate student. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, receiving degree of Ph. M. : 1898-99. teacher in High 
Bchool, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin ; 1S99 — , head of Latin department. High 
school, Evansville, Indiana. Permanent address, Greenfield, Indiana. 

1207. Olive Bower (nee Stanley). 

Albion, Illinois. 

B. L. Born, October 17. 1S71. in Edgewood. Illinois. Graduated from 
DePauw University School of Music in 1894. 1894-96. director of 
music in Union Christian College. Merom, Indiana : 1S97. studied music 
under Mr. Godowsky, Chicago Conservatory of Music. Married, January 
25, 1899, to George Bower, at Albion, Illinois. 

1208. Ulysses Solomon Anglemyer Bridge. 

Minister. Tipton, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 9. 1867, Columbia City, Indiana. 1887, grad- 
uated from Fort Wayne College : teacher in public schools, Ossian, In- 
diana ; 1889, entered the North Indiana conference of the M. E. Church ; 
1893, stationed at Waterloo ; 1894-95. Claypool ; 1896-99. South Whitley ; 
1900-01, Market Street, Logansport ; 1901, Tipton. Married, June 12, 
1SS9. to Miss Rosa A. Whittenberger. 

1209. Ernest Frank Brown. 

Contractor, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, March 17, 1871. in Indianapolis. Indiana. 1894 — , in- 
structor in elocution and oratory, Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. 
Married, July 5, 1892, to Miss Lida Steele, of Greencastle, Indiana. 

1210. George Chambers Calvert. 

Journalist, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., pro merito, 1894 ; LL. B., 1896, Indiana Law School. 
Born, September 2. 1871, in Charleston. Illinois. 1893-94, instructor in 
history, DePauw University ; 1894-95, fellow in political economy, Uni- 



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versity of Chicago ; 1895, elected Seligman fellow in political economy, 
Columbia College, New York, but resigned ; 1896, graduated from Indiana 
Law School, University of Indianapolis. 

1211. Jesse Case. 

Attica, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, October 19, 1871, in Attica, Indiana. 1893-94, student and 
graduate, School of Music, DePauw University ; teacher of music, Attica, 
Indiana. 

1212. Blanche Belie Chaffee (nee Gelwick). 

Yeoman, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, September 13, 1869, in Salem, Indiana. 1893-95, teacher 

in city schools, Danville, Indiana. Married, May 6. 1899, to John A. 
Chaffee. (See 1343.) 

1213. Clarence Allen Cook. 

Insurance Manager, Evansville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 9, 1871, at Evansville. Indiana. Deputy clerk 
of Vanderburg county, Indiana ; manager of the Equitable Life Assurance 
Society of New York, for southwestern Indiana. Married, November 3, 
1897, to Sadie Elizabeth Yickery, of Evansville, Indiana. 

1214. Dora Cook (nee Reavel). 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, October 6. 1869. in Flat Rock, Illinois. Sister of 953. 
Married, September 8, 1897, to Prof. Melville T. Cook. 

1215. Rolland Fulton Darnall. 

Longcliffe, Logansport, Indiana. 
B. S. ; M. D., 1895, Indiana Medical College. Born, August 30, 1870, 
near Bainbridge, Indiana. Brother of 1103. 1895-96, medical interne 
of the Indianapolis City Dispensary ; 1897-1900, post graduate work in 
New York, assistant physician, Danvers Hospital for Insane, Danvers, 
New York, and assistant physician, North Indiana Hospital for Insane, 
Longcliffe, Logansport, Indiana,- — present position. 

1216. Ira Edward David. 

14 Somerset Place, Brockton, Massachusetts. 

A. B. : Ph. D., 1896, Boston University. Born, May 24, 1868, at Ash 
Grove, Iroquois county. Illinois. 1892, joined the Central Illinois con- 
ference of the M. E. Church ; pastor, Maywood, Ind. ; 1893, president 
Marionville Collegiate Institute, Marionville, Mo. ; 1894, graduate student, 
Boston, University ; 1896-1900. pastor Benson. Illinois, M. E. Church ; 
1900 — , pastor Olivet Memorial church (undenominational), Brocton, 
Massachusetts. Married, September 6, 1894, to Miss Bernice G. Harrison, 
of Athens, Tennessee. 

1217 Permelia Catherine Deerhake (nee Ellis). 

1015 Laurel Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. L. ; Ph. B.. 1894. Born. March 25, 1869, in Dubois county, Indiana. 
Sister of 1164 and 1639. Married, December 12, 1895, to George Louis 
Deerhake, at Greencastle, Indiana. (See 1463.) 

1218. Gertrude Margaret DeForest. 

Boonville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, at Boonville, Indiana. 1893-94, associate superintendent 
of Tipton (Ind.) High school; 1S95-96, teacher of Latin in High school, 
Rockport, Indiana ; summer of 1899, in University of Chicago ; 1898 — , 
teacher in High school, Rochester, Indiana. 



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1219. Henry McCabe Dowling. 

Lawyer, 506 Indiana Trust Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; LL. B., 1896. Harvard University Law School. Born. July 4, 
1872, in New Albany, Indiana. Engaged in practice of law in Indian- 
apolis. 

1220. Eugene Allen Gilmore. 

Lawyer, 5 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 

A. B. ; LL. B., 1899, Harvard. Born, July 4, 1871, at Brownville, Ne- 
braska. 1893-94, student in the Law School of DePauw University and 
law office of A. L. Mason. Indianapolis; 1890-99, student in Harvard Law 
School. Married. December 27, 1899, to Miss Blanche Basye. at Rockport, 
Indiana. (See 1405.) 

1221. Lily Dexter Greene. 

Missionary, Budaon, India. 

Ph. B. Born, 18GS, at Ireland, Dubois county, Indiana. 1893, student 
in Chicago Training school ; 1894 — , missionary at Lucknow, India. 

1222. Hugh Holland Hadley. 

Patent Lawyer, 138 Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Ph. B. Born, April 22, 1871, in Danville, Indiana. 1894—, attorney 
at law, Marion, Indiana. 

1223. Homer Hall. 

Attorney-at-Law, Trenton, Missouri. 

Ph. B. Born, August 24, 1S71. at Trenton, Missouri. Brother of 1109 
and 1407. 1899, representative in Missouri General Assembly ; engaged 
in practice of law. 

1224. William Harrison. 

Physician, Kokonio, Indiana. 

B. S. ; M. D., 1896, Indiana Medical College. Born. December 29, 
1864, in College Corner, Ohio. 1893-95, student of medicine in Louis- 
ville, Kentucky ; 1895-96, in Indiana Medical College, Indianapolis ; 1896, 
engaged in practice in Kokonio, Indiana. 

1225. John E. Higdon. 

2541 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, January 6, 1866, in Jasper county, Missouri. Brother of 
1110 and 1288. 1893-94, teacher in Greencastle (Indiana) High school; 
1894 — , teacher in Indianapolis High school. Married. August 15, 1895, 
to Miss Lillie D. Cline, at Hartford City, Indiana. (See 1359.) 

1226. George Edward Hill. 

Richmond, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, April 8, 1871, at Bristol, Indiana. 1893-94. student of 
law : 1894-97, bookkeeper, Standard Oil Company, Muncie. Indiana ; 
1897 — , bookkeeper and cashier, Robinson & Co., Richmond, Indiana. 

1227. Sarah Price Hornbaker. 

Teacher, Alexandria, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, May 31, 1872, near Yountsville, Montgomery county, In- 
diana. 1894, student in Chicago Art Institute ; 1895-96, primary teacher 
in public schools of Whitesville, Indiana; 1897 — , at Alexandria, Indiana. 



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1228. John Ingle, Jr. 

Lawyer, 27 William Street, New York City. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B.. 1S96, Harvard University. Born, February 10, 1872, 
at Evansville. Indiana. 1894-96. student of law at Harvard University ; 
member of firm Hunt & Ingle, attorneys at law, Lords Building, 27 Wil- 
liam Street, New York City. 

1229. Augustus Kelly. 

Lawyer. 107 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. ; LL. B., 1895, Kent College of Law, Chicago. Born, September 
30, 18G4, in Sullivan county, Indiana. 1895. admitted to the bar in 
Illinois ; 1893 — , in the employ of the legal department of the Metropolitan 
West Side Elevated Railroad Company, of Chicago. 

1230. Theodore Kemp. 

Minister, 204 North Church Street, Jacksonville, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, April 16, 1868, near Rising Sun, Indiana. 1893. joined 
the Illinois conference and appointed to Allerton, Illinois ; 1896-1900, 
Petersburg ; 1900 — , Grace church, Jacksonville ; 1898-1900, president of 
DePauw Alumni of Illinois conference. Married, November 28, 1893, to 
Miss Flora B, Truitt. 

1231. Edwin Stanton Knox. 

Physician, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; M. D., 1895, Medical College of Indiana. Born, July 4, 1869, 
at Livonia, Indiana. 1893-95, student of medicine, Indianapolis ; 1895 — , 
interne, St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis. 

1232. Albert Smith Luring. 

Minister, Portland, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 7, 1868, at Mount Carmel, Franklin county, In- 
diana. 1893, joined Des Moines conference and appointed to Crescent 
circuit ; Fairmount ; North Indiana conference : Philadelphia ; Dublin ; 
1901 — , Portland. 

1233. Merritt Machlan. 

Minister, 732 West Main Street, Madison, Indiana. 

A. B. ; S. T. B., 1895, DePauw University. Born, February 25, 1867, 
near Moscow, Indiana. 1S93, entered the Southeast Indiana conference ; 
appointments : 1893-94. Castleton ; 1895-96, student in DePauw School 
of Theology ; 1895-96. Woodside, Indianapolis ; 1897-98, New Palestine ; 
1898-1900, Osgood; 1900 — , Madison circuit. Married, June 22, 1893, 
to Miss Cora E. Robinson, of Connersville, Indiana. 

1234. Mary Collins Marlatt. 

Milton, Indiana. 

B. L. Born, August 5, 1870, in Rushville, Indiana. 

1235. Ora Fulton Merrill. 

Minister, Montrose, Colorado. 
A. B. Born, May 25, 186S. in Rossville, Indiana. 1893. assistant pastor 
Centenary M. E. Church, Terre Haute ; 1894-95, pastor, East Pueblo, 
Colorado ; 1895-97, Sheridan Lake ; 1897 — , Montrose, Colorado. 

1236. Benjamin Clay Miller. 

Attorney-at-Law, 620-621 Law Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. December 16, 1868, in Putnam county, Indiana. 1893, 
admitted to the bar ; member firm of Partlow & Miller. Residence, 17 West 
Pratt street,, Indianapolis. 



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1237. Theophilus John Moll. 

Lawyer, Stevenson Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B.. 1S94. DePauw University ; LL. M„ 1896. Cornell Uni- 
versity. Born, May 25, 1872, in Evansville, Indiana. 1895-90, law student 
at Cornell University, holding post graduate scholarship ; 1890-97, lawyer, 
35 Wall street, New York City : 1898-1900, member of law firm of Maier 
& Moll. Evansville, Indiana : 1900, removed to Indianapolis. Married, 
June 21, 1898, to Miss Floy Carnes, of Greenwood, Indiana. 

1238. George Frederick Mull. 

Lawyer, Indiana Trust Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1894, Yale University. Born. December 7, 1868, at 
Manilla, Indiana. 1894 — , attorney-at-law, Indianapolis. 

1239. Clelia Claudine Newcomer. 

Tipton, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, May 4. 1871, in Tipton, Indiana. Sister of 1081. 1893-95, 
student of art, Wilke Art School. 

1240. Horace Greeley Ogden. 

Minister, Attica, Indiana. 
A. B. Born September 14. 1868. in Danville. Indiana. Brother of 1306 
and M — 10. 1893-95, student of theology, Boston University, with 
pastorate at Rockland, Massachusetts ; 1S95-98, Kewanna, Indiana ; 
1S98 — . Attica. Married, September 15, 1893, to Miss Gertrude Mikels. 
(See 1185.) 

1241. Margaret Jean Patterson. 

6117 Kimbark Avenue. Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, November 12. 1874. in Kansas City, Missouri. 1893-96, 
member of class of '96 at Wellesley College. 

KZ42. James Alexander Patterson. 

Minister, Ft. Wayne, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, January 6. 1865. at Rockfield. Carroll county, Indiana. 
1890. entered the ministry : member of the North Indiana conference ; 
appointments : Battle Ground, Williamsport, Morton. Denver, Bourbon, 
Wabash Street, Wabash ; 19<>1 — . Simpson church. Ft. Wayne. Married. 
October 7, 1891. to Mrs. S. E. Moore, of Battle Ground, Indiana. 

1242(a). Jean Penfield (nee Nelson). 

DeMilt Avenue, Wakefield, New York City. 
Ph. B. Born. November 4. 1872, in Greencastle, Indiana. 1892, 
winner of "Inter-State Oratorical." Married, December 15, 1897, to Judge 
William Warner Penfield, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

1243. Anna Poucher. 

Greensburg. Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1894. pro mcrito. Born, January 28. 1872. in Mitchell. 
Indiana. 1S93-94, graduate student. DePauw University : 1894-98, private 
secretary to the treasurer of DePauw University. Daughter of 239. and 
sister of 1074, 1139, 1159 and 1669. 

1244. Emma Josephine Richards (nee Coffey). 

Brazil, Indiana. 

B. L. Born, July 1, 1871. in Bowling Green, Indiana. 1895-96. student 
in New England Conservatory of Music. Boston. Married. July 28, 1898, 
to Renos Harlan Richards, at Brazil, Indiana. (See 1076.) 

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210 DePauw University. 

1245. Henry Clay Riley. 

Minister. Mace, Indiana. 

A. B. Born. May 14. 1865. in Lafayette. Indiana. 1892, entered the 
Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : 1892. Brazil circuit ; 1893, 
Annapolis ; 1896 — , Mace. Married. August 30, 1893, to Miss Mamie 
Gaddis, of Tippecanoe. 

1246. Victor Howard Ringer. 

Lawyer, Williamsport, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1894. University of Michigan. Born, February 13. 1870, 
near Williamsport, Indiana. Married, April 28, 1897, to Miss Alice J. 
Thomas. 

1247. Mary Roller (nee Bicknell). 

Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. L. Born, in Greencastle, Indiana. Married, October 2, " 1900, to 
Ernest Roller, at Greencastle. (See 1676.) 

1248. Sherman Andrew Ross. 

Minister, Oswego, Kansas. 
Ph. B. Born, May 1. 1865. at Muncie. Indiana. 1893, pastor of the 
M. E. Church, New Paris. Indiana ; 1894, Topeka, Indiana ; 1894-95, 
superintendent of public schools. Mammoth Springs, Arkansas; 1895-98, 
pastor M. E. Church. Blue Mound, Kansas ; 189S, Oswego, Kansas. Mar- 
ried, May 25, 18S7, to Miss Ida J. Brindel, of Muncie, Indiana. 

1249. Annie Laurie Ryder (nee Chaffee). 

Ottumwa, Iowa. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1894, pro merito. Born, March 28, 1S72. in Hartford City. 
Indiana. 1S94-96. teacher of Latin in High school. Paris, Illinois; 1896- 
1900, teacher of Latin in High school, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Married. 
March 9, 1901, to Carleton G. Ryder, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

1250. Sallie Scholl (nee Marlatt). 

Carthage. Indiana. 
A. B. Born. March 29, 1872. in Aurora, Indiana. 1894-95, teacher 
in High school, Joliet, Illinois; 1895-96, teacher in High school, Milton, 
Indiana. Sister of 1250 and 1424. Married, August 26. 1896, to Joseph 
H. Scholl. 

1251. May Laura Sheeks. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, August 17. 1872, at Thorntown. Indiana. 1893-94, princi- 
cal High school, East Tawas, Michigan. 

1252. Chesteen Worth Smith. 

Minister, Mishawaka, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. December 9, 1870, near Greenfield. Indiana. 1893, entered 
the North Indiana conference of the M. E. Church and appointed to Dub- 
lin ; 1898 — , Mishawaka. Married, June 27, 1894, to Miss Stella B. 
Jordan. (See 1317.) 

1253. Frederick Prass Stauffer. 

Appleton & Company. New York City. 
A. B. Born, September 12, 1862, in Darke county. Ohio. 1893 — , 
teacher of natural science, Logansport (Indiana) High school. 



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1254. Joseph Albert Sumwalt. 

Minister, 72 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 

Ph. P>. Born, September 1, 1865, in Randolph county, Indiana. 1894, 
entered the North Indiana conference and stationed at Corunna ; 1805-97, 
Orland ; 1897-1900, Topeka : 1900 — . student Boston University Theolog- 
ical school. Married, October 18, 1894, to Miss Nellie Britton, of Corunna, 
Indiana. 

1255. Edward May Teeple, deceased. 

Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1893. DePauw University. Teacher. Born. May '_', 
1851, at Charlestown, Indiana. 1893-95, superintendent public schools. 
Brookville, Indiana ; graduate student. DePauw University. Married, 
September 1. 1887, to Miss Lena Buerkle. of Charlestown, Indiana. Died, 
April 10, 1S95, at Brookville, Indiana. 

1256. James Ulysses Turner. 

411 City Hall, Chicago, Illinois. 

A. B. Born, November 14. 1S70, in Van Buren. Kansas. 1894, chair 
of Greek and Latin. Wiley University. Marshall, Texas ; now milk in- 
spector. City Health Department, Chicago. Illinois. Married, May 5, 1895, 
to Miss Emma G, Bushroes. 

1257. Joseph Clyde Vermilya. 

Physician, Medora, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; M. D. Born. April 2G. 1872, in Brownstown. Indiana. 1893-94, 
student of medicine ; 1894-95. at Louisville Medical College ; 1895-96, 
at Ohio Medical College ; 1896-98, practiced medicine at Newport, Ken- 
tucky : 1898 — , physician, at Medora. Indiana. Married. April 15. 1896, 
to Miss Angelyn Hinderlider. 

1258. Franklin Augustus Walker. 

Washington. D. C. 

A. B. Born, October 7. 1872. at Tennessee. Illinois. 1894, employed 
in the office of the Monmouth (111.) Pottery Company; 1895, employed 
in office of the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. C. 

1259. Edith Waltz. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, August 28, 1872, In Terre Haute. Indiana. At present, 
teacher in public schools of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

1260. Ida Blanche Weaver. 

"Neighborhood House." 905 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born. November 15. 1871. in Antwerp, Belgium. 1894-95, 
teacher of French and German, Maryville (Missouri) Seminary: 1895-98, 
Instructor in French. DePauw University ; deaconess, "Neighborhood 
House," Indianapolis. 

1261. Larz Augustus Whitcomb. 

Lawyer, 22 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; A. P... 1894. Yale University: LL. B.. 1895. Yale University. 
Born, March 26. 1871. in Clinton, Indiana. Brother of 1324. 1893-95, 
student in academic and law departments of Yale University ; 1898, 
elected to General Assembly of Indiana : 1900 ; re-elected to General As- 
sembly ; engaged in practice of law in Indianapolis. 



212 DePauw University. 

1262. Claude E. Wilkinson. 

Life Insurance, Carmel, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 16, 1870, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Engaged in 
life insurance business. 

1263. Daisy Wilson (nee Steele). 

Institute for the Blind, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, March 23, 1871, Mt. Comfort. Hancock county, Indiana. 
Married, February 1, 1804, to George S. Wilson, at Greenfield, Indiana. 

1264. Mary Janet Wilson. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 18, 1867, in Greencastle, Indiana. Sister of 
1148. Editor of -The Lure," of Alpha Chi Omega : special work in Pipe 
Organ and Advanced Theory, DePauw School of Music. 



LV. CLASS OF 1894. 



1265. Max Dallas Aber. 

Lawyer, 2216 Adams Street. Marion, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. April 22, 1867, in Ashland county, Ohio. 1894, admitted 
to the bar ; 1895-08, city attorney of Warrensburg, Missouri ; 1898-1900, 
lawyer and assistant editor of "Shield" of Phi Kappa Psi ; 1900 — ap- 
pointed counsel for Mutual Life Insurance Company, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Permanent address, Marion. Indiana. Married, November 17, 1897, to 
Miss Mary Wright. (See 1332.) 

1266. Mintie Alice Allen. 

Teacher. Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, December 15, 1872, in Greencastle, Indiana. Sister of 
1448. 1895-97. teacher in public schools of Anderson. Indiana ; 1898-99, 
teacher of English in High school, Anderson ; 1899-1900, instructor in 
rhetoric, DePauw University ; 1900 — , teacher in High school, Paris, 
Illinois. 

1267. Lillian Pearl Bassett. 

Teacher, Fairmount, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. pro merito, 1895. Born, July 12. 1875, in Greencastle, 
Indiana. Daughter of 477, and sister of 1451 and 1521. 1894-95 grad- 
uate student in DePauw University : 1896-97, professor of language, Soule 
College, Dodge City. Kansas; 1897 — , teacher of Latin and German, High 
school, Fairmount, Indiana. 

1268. Ota Irene Bartlett. 

Edwardsport, Indiana. 

B. L. Born. November 18, 1871, at Edwardsport, Indiana. 

1269. Layton Coval Bentley. 

Minister, Brazil, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., pro merito, 1895 : Ph. D., 1898. Boston University. Born, 
September 19, 1864, in Pilot Knob, Missouri. Entered Northwest In- 



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diana conference in 1894 ; one year graduate work in DePauw and two 
years in Boston University ; appointments : Williamsport, Brazil. Mar- 
ried. December 30. 1897, to Miss Josephine C. Eads, of Greencastle, 
Indiana. 

1270. Terry Claude Boyd, deceased. 

A. B. Born, November 15, 1871, at Sarcoxie, Jasper county, Mo. Died, 
April 7, 1895, at Sarcoxie, Missouri. 

1271. De Ella Brown. 

Physician, 1107 South Fourth Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1899, Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati, O. Born, 
January 6. 1869, in Roseville, Parke county, Indiana. Sister of 1584 and 
1585. 1894-95, teaching near Coxville, Indiana ; 1895-96, principal of 
High school. Rockville, Indiana : 1S96-99, student in the Eclectic Medical 
Institute, Cincinnati. Ohio ; since 1S99, practicing medicine in Terre 
Haute, Indiana. 

1272. Jesse Franklin Brumback. 

Teacher, Permanent address : Warner, South Dakota. 
A. B. Born, May 29, 1868, in Kewanna, Indiana. 1894-95, instructor 
in preparatory school, DePauw University ; 1896-97. superintendent of 
schools. Brow'n's Valley, Minnesota ; 1897-1900, professor of philosophy 
and English, Dakota University, Mitchell, South Dakota ; 1900-01, gradu- 
ate work in philosophy and pedagogy, University of Chicago ; published, 
1S99, pamphlet, "Outline Study of Literature," and book, "How to Write 
an Oration." Married, August 8, 1899, to Miss Nana Cook, of Warner, 
South Dakota. 

1273. David Renaldo Compton. 

Lawyer, Tinton. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. April 4, 1872, in Edinburg, Indiana. 1894-95, engaged in 
hardware business : 1895, student of law, Tipton, Indiana. 

1274. Thomas Reid Crowder. 

Physician, 100 State Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; M. D., 1897, Rush Medical College, Chicago. Born, February 
6, 1872, in Sullivan. Indiana. 1892-93. assistant in department of 
zoology and physiology. DePauw University : 1894-97, student in Rush 
Medical College, Chicago ; June, 1897-December, 1898. interne in Cook 
County Hospital, Chicago ; 1899. Fellow in pathology, Rush Medical Col- 
lege ; 1900 — , associate in medicine. Rush Medical College ; assistant 
pathologist to the Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago. 

1275. James Tipton Cutler. 

Lawyer, 9 Fourth Street, Evansville, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 17. 1869. in Troy, Indiana. Since graduation, 
practicing law in Evansville. 

1276. Alta Louise Dale. 

Teacher. South Bend, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, February 21. 1872, at Ludlow, Illinois. Teacher in Soldiers' 
and Sailors' Orphans' Home, Knightstown. Indiana : teacher of Latin 
in High school, Rochester ; teacher of Latin, High school. South Bend. 

1277. Henry Levi Davis. 

Minister, Crawfordsville. Indiana. 
A. B. Born. December 4, 1870. in Marion county. Indiana. 1894, 
joined the Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : 1894-97, Con- 
gress Street. Lafayette ; 1897 — , Trinity, Crawfordsville. 



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1278. Alfred Emil Dickey. 

Lawyer, 933 Stevenson Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; LL. B., 1896, Indiana Law School, University of Indianapolis. 
Born, June 15. 1873. in Crawfordsville. Indiana. 1894-95, assistant 
principal of High school, Owensville, Indiana ; residence, until 1896, 
Jamestown, North Dakota ; since 1896, lawyer, in Indianapolis ; since 
1899, editor, The Forum, Indianapolis : since 1901, assistant manager 
Wells & Dickey Company, Jamestown, North Dakota. 

1279. Lewis Frederick Dimmitt. 

Minister, Bloomington, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, May 8. 1866, in Griggsville, Illinois. 1887, joined the 
Dakota conference ; 1888, transferred to Illinois conference ; 1891, trans- 
ferred to Indiana conference ; 1891-94, Madison Avenue church, Indian- 
apolis ; 1894. Martinsville ; 1895-98, Broadway church, Indianapolis ; 
1898-1900. First church. Connersville ; 1900 — , Bloomington. Married, 
August 20, 1891, to Miss Alma M. Barber. 

1280. Edward James Dunn. 

Lawyer, Springfield, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, January 23. 1S73. in Spencer. Indiana. 1894-95, teacher, 
Henderson, Missouri ; 1895-96, Marshfleld. Missouri : since 1896, lawyer, 
firm of Dunn & Kenney, Springfield, Illinois. Married. September 26, 
1899, to Miss Verna M. Thompson, (Vassal - ), of Springfield, Missouri. 

1281. Max Erhmann. 

Lawyer and Author, Terre Haute. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, September 26, 1872. in Terre Haute, Indiana. 1894-95. 
and 1897-98, graduate student in Harvard University and editor of the 
Rainbow of Delta Tau Delta; author of "A Farrago," "The Mystery of 
Madeline Le Blanc," "The Blood of the Holy Cross." (Co-operative Pub- 
lishing Co., Cambridge. Mass.) : assistant state's attorney of the Forty- 
third judicial district of Indiana. 

1282. Hugh Hale Ewing. 

Teacher, Osawatomie, Kansas. 

B. S. Born. August 14, 1868, in Rush county. Indiana. 1894-97, 
principal. Pittsburg (Kansas) High school: 1899-1900. instructor in Allen 
County Normal Institute. Iola, Kansas : 1897 — . superintendent of schools, 
Osawatomie, Kansas. Married, June 16, 1897, to Miss Marcia Agnes 
Underwood, of Clay Center, Kansas. 

1283. William Francis Foster, deceased. 

Ph. B. Lawyer. Born. May 25, 1870. in Seymour, Missouri. Super- 
intendent of schools, Webster county, Missouri : post graduate work in 
law. University of Michigan ; practiced law in Marshfleld. Missouri. Mar- 
ried. October 9. 1895. to Miss Fannie Trimble, at Marshfleld, Missouri. 
Died, August 27, 1897, at Marshfleld. 

1284. Frank Wilbur Foxworthy. 

Physician and Surgeon, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; M. D.. 1897, Indiana Medical College. Born. October 22, 
1S73, in Kentland. Indiana. Brother of 1593. 1S94-97, student Medi- 
cal College of Indiana ; 1897-98, house physician at St. Vincent's Hospital, 
Indianapolis ; 1898-99, captain and first assistant surgeon. 160th Ind. 
Vol. Inf., Spanish-American war ; 1899-1901, captain and first assistant 
surgeon. 34th United States Infantry in service in the Philippines. 
Permanent address : Greencastle, Indiana. 



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1285. Nellie Fuqua. 

Teacher, Permanent Address : Danville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. P.orn. July 24. 1S73. in Terre Haute. Indiana. Teacher for 
two years in High school. Terre Haute. Indiana ; 1899 — , teacher of 
mathematics in Kyland Institute, Berkeley, Virginia. 

1286. Frank Wilson Gee. 

Minister, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. September 1, 1863. in Attica. Indiana. 1S86. entered the 
Northwest Indiana conference ; 1894, pastor of Mattox church, Terre 
Haute. Indiana. Married. November 9, 1884, to Miss Lucy Belle Trow- 
bridge, of Plymouth. Indiana. 

1287. Mattie L. Harvey. 

Trenton, Missouri. 
B. L. Born. November 4. 1S72, at Trenton, Missouri. 1894, graduated 
from DePauw Art school. 

1288. William David Higdon. 

Teacher. 1222 Broad Street, Springfield, Missouri. 
A. B. Born, February 6, 1809. in Jasper county, Missouri. 1894-97, 
principal public schools. Mt. Vernon. Missouri ; 1897 — , teacher of mathe- 
matics. High school, Springfield, Missouri. Brother of 1110 and 1225. 

1289. Oliver Perry Hoover. 

Minister and Teacher, Huntingdon. Pennsylvania. 
A. B. : A. M.. pro mcrito, 1S95. Bom, March 31, 1864, near Dayton, 
Ohio. Brother of 1290. 1895, Leipzig Lniversity. Germany ; 1896-97, 
teacher and pastor. Dayton, Ohio : 1897-9S. instructor in Greek and Eng- 
lish, Academy. DePauw University : 1899 — , professor of Greek and philos- 
ophy, Junita College. Huntingdon. Pennsylvania. Married, March 3, 
1886, to Miss Ida Alice Klepinger, of Dayton, Ohio. 

1290. William I. T. Hoover. 

Minister and Teacher. Lordsburg. California. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. pro merito, 1895. Born, November S. 1869. in Dayton, 
Ohio. Brother of 1289. 1896-97, teacher in Gem City Classical School, 
Dayton, Ohio : 1S97-99, pastor in Dayton : November, 1S99. elected presi- 
dent of Lordsburg College. Lordsburg, California. Married, June 16, 1892, 
to Miss Carrie May Yundt. 

1291. Mary Grace Hornbrook (nee Smith). 

725 North Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. August 30. 1872, in Indianapolis. Indiana. Married, 
November 25, 1S96, to Henry 11. Hornbrook, at Indianapolis. (See 1171.) 

1292. Lillian Howard. 

♦Greencastle. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1S95. pro mcrito. Born, November 8, 1872, at Waterloo, 
Seneca county, New York. 1894-95, graduate student, DePauw University. 

1293. Orlando Buff lies. 

311 East Twenty-first Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born. May 31. 1869. in Brown county. Ohio. 1897-99. reading 
clerk of Indiana House of Representatives : 1S98. police prosecutor, 
Indianapolis: 1S99. deputy attorney general of Indiana: now with Arthur 
Jordan Company, of Indianapolis : correspondent for Arthur Jordan Com- 



216 DePauw University. 

pany ; treasurer of Meridian Life and Trust Company, of Indiana ; treas- 
urer of Buyers' Syndicate of Indianapolis. Married, October 25, 1899, 
to Miss Esther Day Jordan, of Indianapolis. 

1294. John Alpheus Kenney. 

Jennings, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. 
B. S. Born, April 13, 1868, in Warrensburgh, Illinois. 

1295. Charles Henry Leeson. 

Minister, Fowler, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; S. T. B. ; D. C. L., 1897, Chicago Law School. Born, April 30, 
1SG7, at Cathcart, Ontario. 1891, joined North Indiana conference ; 
1S92, transferred to Northwest Indiana conference ; 1S94-95, pastor of 
Knox and North Judson ; 1895-96, Royal Center : 1896-97. Wheeler ; 
1S97-98, Stockwell ; 1898 — , Fowler ; 1899 — , president of Lafayette dis- 
trict Epworth League. Married, July 7, 1897, to Miss Florence E. Dilts, 
of Winamac, Indiana. 

1296. Frederick Augustus Likely. 

1627 Ingram Street, Indianapolis. Indiana. 

A. B. ; LL. B., 1S96, Indiana Law School. Born, July 7, 1870, at Boon- 
ville. Indiana. 1894-95, professor of Greek, New Orleans University ; 
1S98-1900, editor and proprietor of Bedford Daily Republican; 1900 — , 
advertising manager Daily Reporter, Indianapolis. Married. June 20, 
1900, to Miss Gertrude P. Lawrence, of Mooresville, Indiana. 

1297. George Browning Lockwood. 

Journalist and Private Secretary. Permanent Address. Care Republican, 
Peru, Indiana. 

Th. B. Born, November 7. 1S72, in Forest. Illinois. Brother of 1548. 
1894-96, associate founder and first editor Terre Haute Evening Tribune; 
1896 — , private secretary Col. George W. Steele, M. C. ; Washington cor- 
respondent American Press Association, and editor "Shield" of Phi Kappa 
Psi ; author of "The New Harmony Communities," accepted for publica- 
tion during the year. Married. December 28, 1897, to Miss Anne Lloyd 
Carlisle, of Monroe, Michigan. 

1298. Oliver Lincoln Lyon. 

Real Estate and Abstract Business. Greencastle. Indiana. 

Ph. B. : A. M., 1895, pro merito. Born. January 13, 1864, in Owen 
county, Indiana. Married, June 26, 1S90, to Miss Edna Place. 

1299. Zella Marshall. 

Pianiste and Teacher, 4349 Oakenwald Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

B. L. Born. July 8. 1872, in Centralia. Illinois. 1893. graduate of the 
DePauw School of Music ; graduate work in piano at the New England 
Conservatory of Music. Boston, and in Chicago, with Emil Liebling, J. S. 
VanCleve, and William R. Sherwood ; 1899-1900, director of Music, 
Eminence College, Dallas, Texas. 

1300. Julia Mason. 

Teacher, Jamestown, North Dakota. 
Ph. B. Born. January 6, 1872, at Brazil, Indiana. 1894-95, assistant 
in High school, Worthington, Indiana ; 1S95— . teacher, Jamestown, North 
Dakota. 



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1301. Lee Dowling Mathias. 

Lawyer, Home Insurance Building, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, March 31, 1S72. in Greencastle, Indiana. Son of 210, 
and brother of M-9. 1804. admitted to the bar : engaged in practice 
in Chicago. Married, April 2, 1901, to Miss Lyllyn Buggies, of San Fran- 
cisco, California. 

1302. Hoyt Newton McClain. 

Lawyer, Indiana Law Library, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1896. Indianapolis Law School. Born. August 18, 1872. 
in Avon. Indiana. 1894-95. principal of High school, Danville, Indiana ; 
189G, graduated from Indianapolis Law School ; practiced law in In- 
dianapolis until January 3, 1899, when appointed librarian by the Supreme 
Court ; captain company D, Second Begiment, Indiana National Guard. 
Married, April 21, 1S97, to Miss Lillian Smith, of Indianapolis. (See 
1365.) 

1303. Jesse Elmer McMullan. 

Teacher, Marion, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, July 1. 1858. in Arcadia. Indiana. 1S95-97. teacher in Ma- 
rion Normal College, Marion, Indiana ; 1897-99. teacher in High school, 
Monticello, Indiana ; 1900. again in Marion, Indiana, Normal College. 

1304. William Spencer Miller. 

Minister, Paris, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, September 23, 1861, in Chillieothe, Ohio. Member of the 
Illinois conference of the M. E. Church. 1894-95, stationed at Brocton. 
Illinois. Married. August 31, 1S92, to Miss Anna Watson. 

1305. Daisy Neff (nee Mikels) , deceased. 

A. B. Born, Februarv 26. 1870. In South Bend. Indiana. Sister of 
774 and 1185. Married. January 8. 1896, to Joseph Edgar Nefif. (See 
1124.) Died, December 2, 1899, at South Bend, Indiana. 

1306. James Matlock Ogden. 

Lawyer, Room 6, Fletcher's Building. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1S99, Harvard University. Born, April 5, 1S70, In 
Danville, Indiana. Brother of 1240 and M — 10. 1894-96. principal 
High school, Kendallville. Indiana ; 1896-99, Harvard Law School : since 
1S99. lawyer, Indianapolis ; 1900 — lecturer, Indiana Law School, In- 
dianapolis. 

1307. Henry Brown Patton. 

Parry Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. July 14. 1870. in Spring Hill, Indiana. 1895-9S. deputy 
clerk Bush Circuit Court ; 1898-99, first lieutenant, 161st Ind. Vol. Inf.. 
Spanish-American war ; now in claim department, Parry Manufacturing 
Company, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1308. Frank Andrew Preston. 

803 North Pennsylvania Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. S. Born, January 3, 1868. in LaOrange. Indiana. 1894-95, super- 
intendent of schools, Edwardsburg, Michigan ; 1895-99. instructor in 
mathematics and physics. Manual Training High school. Indianapolis ; 
1899 — , Indiana representative of Allyn & Bacon, publishers of High 
school and college test books, headquarters at Indianapolis. 



218 DePauw University. 

1309. Edward Benjamin Raub. 

Law Student, Aetna Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, December 23. 1871, near Chalmers, White county. Indiana. 
1894-95, student. Indiana Law School. Indianapolis ; member of law firm 
of Daly & Raub, Indianapolis. Married, December 28, 1898, to Miss 
Martha Draper, of Indianapolis. 

1310. Marie Ritter (nee Polk). 

81G South Noble Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
I'h. B. Born. June 12, 1871, in Newcastle, Indiana. 1894-99. teacher 
in public schools. Married. September 5, 1899, to Roscoe II. Bitter, at 
Newcastle, Indiana. (See 1374.) 

1311. Emma Roehl. 

Teacher, Connersville, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born. March 5, 1872. at Connersville, Indiana. 1894-95. as- 
sistant principal High school, Connersville. 

1312. Clarence Arthur Royse. 

Lawyer, 507 Ohio Street. Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Th. B. : LL. B., 1897, University of Denver. Born, November 2, 1872, 
in Paoli, Kansas. Brother of 1087. 

1313. Mae Amelia Seaman. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
I'h. B. Born, December 22, 1872, at Wakarusa, Indiana. Sister of 1135. 

1314. Charlotte Self (nee Miller). 

323 South Fifth Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 23. 1873. in Terre Haute. Indiana. 1895. gradu 
ated from Indiana State Normal school. Terre Haute ; taught in High 
school. Sullivan. Indiana, three years, and in Elwood. Indiana, one and 
a half years. Married. February 28, 1900, to Clayburn O. Self, at Terre 
Haute, Indiana. 

1315. Raymond Lee Semans. 

Minister, Greentown. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, July 20, 1872, at Black Earth, Wisconsin. 1894. entered 
the North Indiana conference and stationed at Valentine ; 1896-98, post 
graduate work in Boston University ; 1898-1901. Galveston. Indiana ; 
1901 — , Greentown. Married, May 1, 1901, to Miss Mary Hiller, of Gal- 
veston, Indiana. 

1316. Clarence Edwin Smith. 

Teacher, Fort Wavne, Indiana. 
B. S. ; A. M.. 1899. Indiana University. Born, July 16. 1869, in Whitley 
county, Indiana. Superintendent of schools. North Judson, Indiana ; 
principal Normal school. Elkhart, Indiana ; 1899, A. M. degree. Indiana 
University, work in mathematics. Married, July 16, 1890, to Miss Sadie 
Mahan, of Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

1317. Stella B. Smith (nee Jordan). 

Mishawaka, Indiana. 
B. L. Born, May 21, 1871, at Delaware, Ohio. Married, June 27, 1894, 
to Rev. Chesteen W. Smith. (See 1252.) 



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1318. William Edgerton Sollenberger. 

Kokorao, Indiana. 
B. S. Born, December 12. 1870. in Kokomo, Indiana. 1894-96, reporter, 
Kokomo Tribune: 1896 — , secretary Kokonio Loan and Savings Associa- 
tion. Married, October 6, 1899, to Miss Dana R. Hollingsworth, of 
Kokomo, Indiana. 

1319. Commodore Brady Stanforth. 

Minister. Francesville, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, November 13, 1S64, at Hillsborough. Ohio. 1894, joined 
the Northwest Indiana conference and stationed at Montrose church, 
Terre Haute ; 1896-97. Michigantown : 1897-99. Newtown ; 1S99 — , Frances- 
ville. Married, August 10, 1892, to Miss Agnes Ferry. 

1320. Thomas Edward Stephens. 

Minister, 703 Jackson Street, Topeka. Kansas. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1893. pro merito. Born. March 23. 1866. near Valparaiso, 
Indiana. 1893-95. editor Kansas Christian Advocate: 1S94-9. graduate 
student in DePauw University ; since 1895. secretary of the Kansas State 
Temperance Union, and is in the editorial management of the Kansas 
Issue: author and compiler of "Prohibition in Kansas. After Twenty 
Years' Trial" (in press). Married, October, 1897, to Miss Etta May 
McLin, of Panai Illinois. 

1321. Cora Estella Stephenson (nee Bennett). 

402 West Fifth Street, Marion, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 2, 1872, in Jeffersonville. Indiana. 1S94-98, 
teacher, of Latin in High school, Marion, Indiana. Married. January 
24, 1899, to Fred Clare Stephenson, at Marion, Indiana. 

1322. Minnie Amos Tribby. 

Alexandria, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 28. 1869. in Covington, Kentucky. 1S94-95. grad- 
uate student, DePauw University. 

1323. Ollie Turk (nee Hays). 

55 Pinckney Street. Boston. Massachusetts. 
A. B. Born. February 4. 1871. in Greencastle. Indiana. Married, 
October 17, 1S91, to Rev. Morris II. Turk. (See 1085.) 

1324. William Arthur Whitcomb. 

30 Broad Street, New York City. 
Ph. B. : Ph. D., 1896 ; Yale University. Born, January 18. 1873, in 
Clinton, Indiana. Brother of 1261. 1894-95. student in Yale University; 
1895-96, post graduate student in mechanical engineering. Yale University : 
1896-98, with Glen Falls Paper Company, (ilen Falls. N. Y., as mill 
superintendent ; 1898 — . assistant manager, department of Manufacture, 
International Paper Company, 30 Broad Street, New York City. 

1325. Kate Olive Wight (nee Wilkerson). 

Hastings, Nebraska. 
Ph. B. Born, September 18. 1872, in Savanna. Missouri. 1894-95, 
teacher in High school. Mt. Ayr, Iowa. Married, August 28, 1S95, to Rev. 
Edward VanDyke Wight. 

1326. Charles Oren Willits. 

Lawyer. Howard National Bank Building, Kokomo, Indiana. 
Ph. P.. Born. October 9. 1866. in Greentown. Indiana. Since 1894, 
practicing law at Kokomo, Indiana. 



220 DePautv University. 

1327. John Ellsworth Wilson. 

Lawyer, Wahoo, Nebraska. 

A. B. ; LL. B. Born, April 3, 1867, in Vandalia, Indiana. Began 
practice of law at St. Edwards, Nebraska ; removed to Wahoo, and engaged 
in practice. 

1328. Florence Alexandria Wise (nee Line). 

Evanston, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, December 4, 1870, in Kansas City, Missouri. Married. 
June 20, 1895, to William H. Wise. (See 1149.) 

1329. Joseph Alexander Wright. 

Lawyer, Suite 201, LaCIede Building, St. Louis, Missouri. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1896, Columbia University. Born, February 8, 1872, 
in Scipio, Indiana. 1894-95, graduate student, School of Political Science. 
Columbia University, New York ; 1895, graduate student in political 
economy and International law, University of Goettingen, Germany ; 
1895-96, fellow in Comparative jurisprudence. Columbia University ; since 
1897, attorney at law, St. Louis, Missouri. 

1330. Anna Florence Young. 

Teacher, Rushville., Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1900, pro merito. Born, August 3. 1872. near Rush- 
ville, Illinois. 1894-95, teacher in public schools of Knightstown, Indiana ; 
1895 — , assistant principal in High school, Rushville, Illinois. 



LVI. CLASS OF 1895. 



1331. George Alonzo Abbott. 

Teacher, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
B. Sc. ; A. M., 1896, pro merito. Born, July 7, 1874, in Alma, Marion 
county, Illinois. Brother of 1202. 1895-96, graduate student in Chem- 
istry, DePauw University ; 1896-99, instructor in chemistry and physics. 
High school, Evansville, Indiana ; 1899-1900, instructor in chemistry. 
Central High school, Dnluth, Minn. ; 1900 — , instructor in chemistry, 
Manual Training High school, Indianapolis, Indiana ; 1899-1900, presi- 
dent of Indiana State Science Teachers' Association. 

1332. Mary Aber (nee Wright). 

Marion, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 10, 1873, in Marion, Indiana. 1895-96. teacher 
of mathematics and science, High school, Litchfield, Illinois. Married, 
November 17, 1S97, to Max D. Aber, at Marion, Indiana. (See 1265.) 

1333. John Sexton Abercrombie. 

Lawyer, Rushville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. B„ 1S96. Yale University. Born. May 12. 1874. in Rush- 
ville, Indiana. 1895-96, student in Yale University : 1896-97, student 
in law ; 1897-1900. attache United States Consulate, Paris. 



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1334. Henry Sigel Beals, deceased. 

Ph. B. ; S. T. B., 1893. Minister. Born, July 10, 1862, in Mattoon. 
Illinois. Admitted to Philadelphia conference in 1895, and appointed 
to Boehm's circuit ; 1897-1900. Glen Moore, Pennsylvania. Married, 
August 28. 1890. to Miss Maggie A. Weise, at Humboldt, Illinois. Died, 
April 5, 1900, at Glen Moore, Pennsylvania. 

1335. Edith Tully Beck. 

Teacher, 1616 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1S96, Leland Stanford Jr. University. Born, June 25, 
1873. Teacher in Indianapolis schools. 

1336. Grace Washburn Birch. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. August 1, 1S74, in Greencastle, Indiana. Daughter of 
155. and sister of 1583. 1895-96. graduate student in German. DePauw 
University ; 1896-98, private tutor in German, DePauw ; 1898 — , teacher 
of German, Indianapolis public schools. 

1337. Frederick Harvey Bly. 

Taylorville. Illinois. 
A. B. Born, September 7, 1866. in Harmony. Chautauqua county, New 
York. 1S95-98, teacher of Batin, High school, Taylorville township 
High school, Taylorville, Illinois; 1898 — , supreme secretary, The Fra- 
ternal Army of America. Taylorville, Illinois. Married, April 20, 18S6, 
to Miss Clara Lillian Lester, of Kewanee, Illinois. 

1338. Julia Ann Boatright (nee Williams). 

Friendswood, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 21, 1872. near Mooresville, Indiana. Sister 
of 1445. 1896-97. teacher in Morgan district schools : 1897-98, teacher 
in Mooresville, Indiana public schools. Married, February 2, 18S9, to 
Charles Boatright, at Mooresville, Indiana. 

1339. John Whitefield Bowers. 

Physician and Surgeon, Michigan City, Indiana. 
A. P..; M. D., 1899. Marion-Sims Medical College. St. Louis. Bom. 
July 16, 1871, near Newcastle, Indiana. Pursued special course in Pur- 
due University : student in Medical College of Indiana, Indianapolis : 
assistant, Bobb's Free Dispensary, Indianapolis : student. Marion-Sims 
Medical College, St. Louis, Missouri ; now practicing in Michigan City. 

1340. Lillian Beeson Brownfield. 

Teacher, South Bend. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, March 4, 1873. in South Bend. Indiana. Daughter of 
328. Teacher in High school, South Bend, Indiana. 

1341. Allan Buchanan. 

U. S. Navy, Permanent Address : Evansville. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. December 22. 1875. in Fvansville. Indiana. Graduated 
from U. S. Naval Academy. Annapolis, Maryland, in 1S99 ; 1900 — , with 
Asiatic squadron, Manila. P. I. 

1342. Paul Burlingame. 

Journalist, Louisville, Kentucky. 
Ph. B. Born, September 16, 1873. in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Engaged 
In newspaper work in St. Louis and Louisville : 1900. Republican candi- 
date for state senate from Clark county, Indiana ; now city editor, Louis- 
ville Commercial. 



222 DePauw University. 

1343. John Adams Chaffee. 

Physician, Yeoman, Indiana. 

Ph. B. ; M. D., 1897, Medical College of Indiana. Born, December 2, 
1808, in Hartford City, Indiana. Brother of 1249. Graduated from 
Medical College of Indiana ; practicing medicine at Yeoman, Indiana. 
Married, May 6, 1899, to Miss Blanche Belle Gelwick. (See 1212.) 

1344. Frederick Henry Church. 

Lumber Business, Hennessey, Oklahoma. 

Ph. B. Born, March 3, 1S70. in Catiin, Illinois. Brother of 1345. 
Principal of schools. Lone Elm, Kansas ; manager of mercantile depart- 
ment of Bruce (Kansas) Mining and Smelting Company; now manager of 
Long-Bell lumber yard, Hennessey, Oklahoma. Married, November 2, 
1898, to Miss Mae Hazel Yezie. of lola, Kansas. 

1345. Herbert Arthur Church. 

Minister, Garnett. Kansas. 

Ph. B. Born. March 9, 1864. in Catiin, Illinois. Brother of 1344. 
Entered Kansas conference in 1S95 and appointed to Altamont ; 1900 — , 
Garnett. Married. May 6. 1896, to Miss Elfle D. Allen, of Greencastle, 
Indiana. (Ex. DePauw, '88.) 

13467 Albert Welker Collins. 

Physician, Anderson, Indiana. 
B. Sc. 

1347. Homer LaMont Cook. 

Lawyer and Abstractor, Fort Scott, Kansas. 

Ph. B. Born, October 1, 1875, near Warsaw, Indiana. Engaged in 
practicing law and the abstract business. Married, May 19, 1898, to 
Miss Lillian M. Lockwood. 

1348. Charles Augustus Cooper. 

Merchant, 1440 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1899, Harvard University. Born, March 1. 1874, in 
Toledo, Ohio. Brother of 1459. 1895-96, post graduate work in Heidel- 
berg and Berlin, Germany : 1896-99, law student in Harvard University ; 
at present, secretary and treasurer of American Exploration and Develop- 
ment Company, of New Jersey, secretary and treasurer of Crowder's 
Automobile Company. Chicago, president of Moran and Wolfenberger's, 
gun-smiths, Chicago, and secretary and treasurer of Siegel Cooper & Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

1349. James Athenian Cooper, Jr. 

Lawyer, 126 South Sixth Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. B., 1897. Harvard University ; LL. B.. 1900. Harvard Uni- 
versity. Born, December 27, 1874, in New Harmony, Indiana. 1895-96, 
newspaper work, Chicago Press Association ; 1896-97. student in Har- 
vard ; 1897-1900, law student in Harvard ; practicing law in Terre Haute, 
Indiana. 

1350. Hadde Clarisse Daggy. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, in Greencastle, Indiana. 



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1350(a). Grace Oglesby Davis (nee Carter). 

1522 Ashland Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. June 28. 1872, in Linton, Indiana. 1805-08, teacher. 
Married. December 21, 1808, to Edgar L. Davis, at Greencastle, Indiana. 
(See 1460.) 

1351. George Nathaniel Dunn. 

Teacher, Wichita, Kansas. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1806. University of Indianapolis. Born. October 10, 
1871, in Edgartown. Massachusetts. Head of mathematics department, 
High school, Wichita, Kansas. 

1352. Mary Deborah Elliott. 

1616 Central Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Teacher : home address, Stockwell, Indiana. 

1353. Walter Evans Erwin. 

Teacher. Muncie, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, October 26. 1870. in Muncie. Indiana. 1805-06. principal 
of eighth year grades. Hartford City. Indiana, schools ; 1806-08. principal 
eighth year grades, Muncie. Indiana, schools : 1808-00, assistant Muncie 
High school ; 1800 — . principal High school, Muncie. Indiana : vice presi- 
dent Northern Indiana Teachers' Association, 1000-01. Married, June 
17, 1806, to Miss Emma May Miller, of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1354. Oneda Lawrence Fulwider. 

Real Estate, Room 13, S4 Washington .Street, Chicago. Illinois. 
A. B. Born, January 31, 186S, in Boswell, Indiana. 1805-06. with 
Inter Ocean, Chicago ; 1806 — , real estate investments. 

1355. Abraham Lincoln Gary. 

Teacher, Rushville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 7, 1868. in Rush county, Indiana. 1805-07, 
teacher in public schools ; 1807-00, county superintendent of schools, 
Rush county, Indiana ; 1800 — , re-elected for term of four years. 

1356. Ezra Nicholas Goshorn. 

Farmer, Ladoga. Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1806, pro merito. Born. January 6. 1866. in Owen 
county, Indiana : 1805-06. graduate student at DePauw I'niversitv ; 
1806-08, editor of Clay City Democrat; 1808-00, chair of mathematics, 
Mt. Morris College, Illinois ; now farming. Married, August 23, 1800, 
to Miss Lulu Harshbarger, of Ladoga, Indiana. 

1357. Joseph Nelson Greene. 

Minister, Williarnsport, Indiana. 
A. B. Entered Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : Terre 
Haute ; 1000 — , Williarnsport. 

135S. Uba Sines Hattery. 

Logansport, Indiana. 
A. B. 

1359. Lillie Dale Higdon (nee Cline). 

2541 North Illinois Street. Indianapolis. Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, August 5, 1869, in Hartford City. Indiana. Sister of 
973. 1895-96. teacher in Indianapolis public schools. Married. August 
15, 1S95, to John E. Higdon. (See 1225.) 



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1360. James Morton House. 

Lawyer. Vincennes, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, December 6, 1S64. in Bicknell, Indiana. 1894-97, teacher 
in High school. Greencastle, Indiana ; 1890-97, post graduate work in 
political science in DePauw University ; engaged in practice of law in 
Vincennes. Married, September 8, 1891, to Miss Martha B. Scrogin. 

1361. Eugene Holt Iglehart. 

Lawyer, Evansville, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, September 21, 1875, in Evansville, Indiana. Son of 
283. 1S96-1900. teacher of history. High school, Evansville. Indiana ; 
engaged in practice of law in Evansville. 

1362. Simeon Ryerson Johnson. 

Physician and Surgeon, Litchfield, Illinois. 

B. Sc. ; M. D., 1S98, College of Thysicians and Surgeons. Chicago. 
Born, April 12. 1874, in Steuben. Maine. 1895-96, scholarship at College 
of Phvsicians and Surgeons, Chicago ; 1898, graduated ; 1898-99, interne 
in Chicago Hospital and alternate interne in Cook County Hospital ; 
1S99 — , engaged in practice at Litchfield, Illinois. 

1363. Norman William Jones. 

Manufacturer. Auburn, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 23, 1874, in Garrett, Indiana. 1895-96, post- 
graduate work in English, University of Chicago ; 1896-98, chair of 
English, Southwest Kansas College, YV'infield. Kansas ; 1898-1900, lumber 
business, Garrett, Indiana ; 1900—, manufacturer of gas engines, Auburn, 
Indiana. Married, January 11, 1900, to Miss Flora Thomson. 

1364. William Elliott Life. 

Teacher, Oak Park, Illinois. 
B. Sc. Born, May 16, 1S68, in Converse, Indiana. Brother of 1422. 
Teacher in Sioux City High school for two years : 1898 — , teacher in 
High school. Oak Park, Illinois ; taking post graduate work in University 
of Chicago. 

1365. Lillian McClain (nee Smith). 

1406 North Alabama Street. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 31, 1873. in P.radshaw. Indiana. Daughter of 
268. Married. April 21, 1897. to Hoyt N. McClain. (See 1302.) 

1366. Herbert Spencer McCutchan. 

Lawyer, Portland, Oregon. 
A. B. 1895-97, law student in Evansville ; 1S97-98, teacher of mathe- 
matics, High school, Mt. Vernon, Illinois ; 1898-99, teacher, Portland, 
Oregon ; 1899 — , insurance and law, Portland, Oregon, address, care R. L. 
SabTn & Company. 

1367. Joseph Gilgis McNutt. 

Minister, Hume, Illinois. 

A. B. Born, April 30, 1864, in Maysville, Kentucky. Minister in 
Christian church : 1899, Dana. Indiana ; at present. Hume, Illinois. Mar- 
ried, June 7, 1899. to Miss Leona Spurrier, of Rushville, Indiana. 

1368. John William Mahin. 

Teacher, 424 West Eleventh Street, Pueblo. Colorado. 

B. Sc. Born, March 6, 1870. in Wawaka, Indiana. 1895-97, teacher 
of science in High school, Greencastle, Indiana ; 1897-98, teacher of 



The Alumni. 225 

science, High school. Racine. Wisconsin : 1898 — . teacher of physics and 
chemistry, High school, 1'uehlo. Colorado. Married, August IS, 181)4, to 
Miss Gertrude Clippinger, of Fort Wayne. Indiana. 

1369. Leila Dell Middleton. 

Teacher, Remington, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, February 11, 1S72, in Benton county. Indiana. 1895-96, 
teacher in LaPorte, Indiana : 1890-97. in Crawfordsville ; 1897-98. de- 
partment of mathematics. High school. Thorntown ; 1898-99. student. 
Lucy Webb Hayes National Deaconess Training School. Washington, D. C. ; 
1899-1900, deaconess, Indianapolis ; 1900 — , teacher, Remington, Indiana. 

1370. Terrell Eugene Morse. 

Wabash, Indiana. 
Th. B. 

1371. Stella Blanche Perkins. 1 

Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. L. Born, May 4, 1S72, near Greencastle, Indiana. 

1372. Sherman Powell. 

Minister, 174 South Meridian Street. Winchester, Indiana. 

A. B. : B. D., 1898. Drew Theological Seminary. Born, October 2. 1864, 
in Logansport. Indiana. 1890-98. student in Drew Theological Seminary, 
with pastorate at Patterson and Broadway, New Jersey; pastor Fort 
Wayne. Indiana : 1900 — . Winchester. Married, October 2, 1SS5, to Miss 
Laura E. Nicoles. (.See A — 18.) 

1373. Orville Clyde Pratt. 

Teacher, Danville, Indiana. 

Th. B. Born, January 19, 1873, in Marion. Indiana. 1893-97. prin- 
cipal of High school, Danville. Indiana : 1897 — . superintendent of 
schools, Danville: summer of 1897, post graduate work in University of 
Chicago. Married, July 1, 1899, to Miss Martha C. Riley, of Indianapolis. 

1374. Roscoe H. Ritter. 

Physician, 8G6 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : M. D., 1S97, Medical College of Indiana. Son of 222. and 
brother of 1132. 1452 and 1673. 1897-98. assistant superintendent of 
City Hospital. Indianapolis: at present, lecturer on Physiology, Medical 
College of Indiana. Married, September 5, 1899, to Miss Marie Polk. 
(See 1309.) 

1375. Julia Ellen Roberts (nee Clearwaters). 

210 North Meridian Street, Brazil, Indiana. 

B. L. Born, January S, 1874. in Frankfort. Indiana. Married, October 
26, 1899, to B. F. Roberts, at Stockwell, Indiana. 

1376. Richard Joel Roberts. 

Teacher. Shelbyville. Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. June 13, 1873. in Elkhart. Indiana. 1895-96, prin- 
cipal of ward building in schools of Charleston, Illinois; 1896-99, assistant 
principal of High school, Charleston ; 1899 — . principal of High school, 
Shelbyville, Illinois. Married, August 9. 1899, to Miss Mamie Ada Jen- 
nings," at Newcastle, Indiana. (See 1377.) 

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1377. Mamie Ada Roberts (nee Jennings). 

Shelbyville, Illinois. 

Ph. B. Born, February 1, 1872. in Newcastle, Indiana. Graduated 
from DePauw School of Music in 1894 ; 1896-97, teacher of voice culture, 
musical history and English literature, Orleans College, Orleans, Nebraska ; 
1897-98, teacher of voice culture in Howard College. Iluntsville. Tennessee. 
Married, August 9, 1899, to Richard J. Roberts, at Newcastle, Indiana. 
(See 1376.) 

1378. Inez Rosger. 

Teacher, Atchison, Kansas. 

Ph. B. Born. November 20. 1873. Post graduate work. 1898, in 
biology, University of Minnesota ; at present, teacher in High school, 
Atchison, Kansas. 

1379. Anna Blanche Sankey. 

Teacher, 649 Poplar Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Completed. June, 1896, college graduates course, Indiana State 
Normal School, Terre Haute : 1896 — , assistant professor of Latin and 
German, State Normal School, Terre Haute, Indiana. 

1380. Flora Nelson Sayers (nee Bridges). 

Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. 

B. L. Born, July, 1873, in Greencastle, Indiana. 1895-97, post gradu- 
ate work in Art, graduated in '96 from DePauw University Art School ; 
1898-1900, teacher of painting. Waynesburg (Pa.) College. Married, De- 
cember 27, 1900, to Albert H. Sayers, Esq., at Greencastle, Indiana. 

1381. Emerson Everett Schnepp. 

Lawyer, 1417 Lucas Place, St. Louis, Missouri. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1900, St. Louis Law School. 1895-98, principal of 
High school, Greenville, Illinois ; 189S-1900, law student in St. Louis, 
Missouri, Law School. 

1382. Edward Seits Shumaker. 

Minister, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, July 30, 1867, in Greenville, Ohio. Entered Northwest 
Indiana conference ; appointments : 1896-98, Plainfleld : 1S98 — , Maple 
Avenue, Terre Haute. Married, November 11, 1896, to Miss Lena Truax, 
of Cassville. Indiana, who died March 24, 1899 ; married, September 12, 
1900, to Miss Flora Holliger, of Terre Haute, Indiana. 

1383. Daisy Florence Simms. 

Y. W. C. A., Binghampton, New York. 
Ph. B. Born. April 17, 1873, in Homer, Indiana. Secretary of the 
Y. W. C. A., of Binghampton, New York. Home address : Rushville, 
Indiana. 

1384. Adelaide Smith. 

Teacher, Westfield, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 17, 1873, in Westfield. Indiana. Sister of A — 17. 
1895-96, teacher of mathematics. Bluffton, Indiana; 1896-98, principal 
of Carmel High school ; 1899 — , teacher of mathematics, High school, 
Noblesville, Indiana ; summer of 1898, student in Graduate school, Uni- 
versity of Chicago. 



The Alumni. 227 

1385. Albert Preston Smith. 

1192 Pratt Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. 

1386. Donald Louis Smith. 

Lawyer, Rushville, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, August 8. 1S74. in Kushville, Indiana. Son of 151. 
Engaged in practice of law at Hushville, Indiana. Married, June 27, 
11100, to Miss Edna McFadden, of Shelbyville, Indiana. 

1387. Frank Ewing Strouse. 

Lawyer, Rockville, Indiana. 

B. Sc. Born. June 23. 1874. in Rockville, Indiana. Since 1895, in 
employ of T. II. & I. Ry. Co. (Vandalia Line) : June, 1895, to June, 1899, 
aide de camp on staff of (Jen. McKee. commanding Indiana National 
Guard; 1899, promoted to engineering officer of Indiana National Guard, 
with rank of major ; practicing law and assistant claim agent of Van- 
dalia Line. 

1388. Jesse Orila Stutsman. 

Minister, Perkinsville, Indiana. k 

A. B. Born. February 19, 1871, in Philadelphia, Indiana. Member of 
North Indiana conference; appointments: Gilman ; 1901 — , rerkinsville. 
Married, August 19, 1891, to Miss Lyda Winslow, of Carthage, Indiana. 

1389. Henry Taber Upson. 

Teacher, Parkersburg, West Virginia. 

A. B. Born, February 22, 1872. in Parkersburg, West Virginia. 
1S95-9G, teacher of chemistry and physics. High school, Parkersburg ; 
1896-97, student of chemistry and physics, Goettingen and Berlin ; 1898. 
summer, student same branches, University of Chicago ; summer of 
1899, student of same branches, Cornell University ; summer of 1900, 
student of chemistry and mathematics. University of Michigan ; 1S97 — , 
principal of High school, Parkersburg, West Virginia. 

1390. Harriet Melvina Ward. 

Greenfield, Tennessee. 

B. L. Born, October 24, 1873, in St. Joseph, Michigan. Sister of 839. 

1391. Frances Mary Wilde. 

Teacher, Kirkwood, Missouri. 

Ph. B. Born. January 23. 1873. in Jefferson City, Missouri. Teacher 
of English and History, High school, Alexandria, Indiana ; lady principal. 
Elizabeth Aull Seminary, Lexington. Missouri ; teacher of English and 
English history. High school. Kirkwood, Missouri. 

1392. Maria Nettie Wood. 

429 West Charles Street, Muncie, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, July 30, 1873. Sister of 1G90. 



228 DePauw University. 

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1393. Elsie Florence Applegate. 

404 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis. Indiana. 
Fh. B. Born, April 8, 1875, in Southern Indiana. Since 1897, in 
public library of Indianapolis ; now assistant reference clerk. 

1394. Otto Basye. 

Teacher, Nappanee, Indiana. 

A. B. Born. April 27, 1872, in Bowling Green, Missouri 1891, graduate 
of Missouri Military Academy ; 1894-96. tutor in Greek, DePauw Univer- 
sity ; 1896-97. with Interior Hardwood Co., of Indianapolis ; 1897 — 
principal of High school, Nappanee, Indiana. Married. June 7, 1900, to 
Miss Carrie Clyde Wynkoop, at Chicago, Illinois. (See 1522.) 

1395. Josephine Bentley (nee Eads). 

Brazil. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 17. 1870, in Bloomington, Indiana. Teacher 
in High*- school, Greencastle, Indiana. Married. December 30, 1897, to 
Layton C. Bentley, at Greencastle, Indiana. (See 1269.) 

1396. Caroline Gertrude Brown. 

La Grange. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Studied abroad. 1897-98 : Teacher of German in Indianapolis 
public schools ; address, The Holloway, East Michigan street, Indianapolis, 
Indiana. 

1397. Ada Calista Campbell. 

Teacher, 323 West Navarre Street, South Bend, Indiana. 

B. Sc. Born. November 17, 1874, in Valparaiso, Indiana. Since 1896, 
teacher in Science department of High school, South Bend, Indiana ; at 
present, teacher in Botany. 

1398. Blanche Cox (nee Walton). 

205 East Eleventh Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. August 8, in Lafayette. Indiana. Married. July 7, 1897, 
to Henry Grandison Cox (Purdue, '95), at Lafayette, Indiana. 

1399. David D. Culler. 

Teacher, Smithville, Ohio. 
Tb. B. Born, November 11. 1865, professor of English and German Mt. 
Morris (Illinois) College; 1900 — . president of Smithville (Ohio) College. 
Married, August 1, 1890, to Miss Mina Hoover, of Chatham, Ohio. 

1400. Maynard Lee Daggy. 

Teacher, Permanent Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 27, 1874, in Greencastle, Indiana. Instructor, 
High school department. Institution for Education of the Blind, Jackson- 
ville, Illinois ; Instructor in English and History, High school, Mt. 
Vernon, Illinois ; 1900—, instructor in High school, Fond du Lac, Wis 
consin. 



The Alumni. 229 

1401. Marie Davis (nee Chaffee). 

Roekville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 20. 1874, in Hartford City, Indiana. Married. 
August 26, 1S96, to Charles Davis (Purdue, '96), at Greencastle, Indiana. 

1402. William Frederic Dingel. 

Minister, Osceola, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; S. T. B., 1896. Born, October 16, 1866, in Maryland. Member 
of North Indiana conference ; pastor at Osceola. Married, October 13, 
1894, to Miss Florence Kins. 

1403. James Lathrop Gavin. 

Lawyer, 901-904 Majestic Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. , 

Th. B. : LL. B., 1898, Indiana Law School. Born, September 26. 1876. 
in Greensburg. Indiana. 1896-98, student Indiana Law School ; engaged 
in practice of law in Indianapolis. Resident, 1004 North Delaware street. 
Indianapolis. 

1404. Paul James Gilbert. 

Minister and Evangelist : Permanent Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. October 3, 1973. in Jeffersonville. Indiana. Member of 
Northwest Indiana conference : 1896-97, post graduate work in DePauw 
Theological school ; 1896-97, pastoral work ; since 1897, evangelist with 
International Committee of Y. M. C. A. 

1405. Blanche Gilmore (nee Basye). 

5 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 
Ph. B. Born, November 15. 1873. in Rockport, Indiana. Sister of 
1128. 1897-98, teacher in the Rockport public schools. Married. Decem- 
ber 27, 1S99, to Eugene Allen Gilmore, at Rockport, Indiana. (See 1220.) 

1406. Claude Dudley Hall. 

Lawyer, 915 Union Trust Building St. Louis, Missouri. 
Ph. B. ; LL. B., 1898. St. Louis Law school. Born, December 6, 1874. 
in Areola, Illinois.. 1896-97, student in St. Louis Law school, securing 
scholarship in same, and graduating in 1898 : in 1898, admitted to practice 
in State and Federal courts. Married, August 29. 1900. to Miss Jessie 
Lyra Sherwood, of Mt. Vernon. Iowa. (Ex. DePauw, '98.) 

1407. Frank Hall. 

Lawyer. Trenton, Missouri. 
Ph. B. Born, September 28. 1875, in Trenton. Missouri. Brother of 
1109 and 1223. Engaged in practice of law in Trenton, Missouri, firm 
of Hall & Hall. 

1408. Myrtle Hays. 

Teacher. Worthinston, Indiana. 
I'b. B. Born, November 1. 1873. in Greencastle, Indiana. 1897-98, 
College Graduate Course, State Normal. 

1409. Anna M. Hayward. 

Teacher. Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. September 14. 1S73. 1896-98, assistant principal of High 
school, Vandalia. Illinois ; 1898-99. completed course in Pedagogy and 
Psychology and graduated from Indiana State Normal ; 1900 — , principal 
and supervisor of public schools. Iron wood. Michigan. 



230 DePauw University. 

1410. Verling Winchell Helm. 

5 Hikawa-cho-akasaka-ku, Tokyo, Japan. 

A. B. ; A. M., 1897, pro merito. Born. March 19, 1875, in Marion, Indi- 
ana. Brother of 1599. 1896-97, graduate student in Greek and Political 
Economy, DePauw University ; 1895-98, in charge of Indiana delegation to 
Lake Geneva (Wisconsin), Y. M. C. A. Training school; 1899, delegate 
from Indiana to World's Y. M. C. A. convention held in Berne, Switzer- 
traveling secretary of the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Mis- 
sions ; now associate secretary for Japan, International of Y. M. C. A., of 
3 West Twenty-ninth street, New York. Married, August 24, 1899, to Miss 
Martha E. Teal. 

1411. Reuben Stewart Henderson. 

Civil Engineer, Lake City, Iowa. 

B. Sc. : S. B., 1899, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Born, Janu- 
ary 4, 1876, in Columbus. Ohio. 1896-97, assistant in Mathematics and 
graduate student. DePauw University ; 1897-99, student in Civil engineer- 
ing. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Boston ; 1899 — . in engineer- 
ing department, Chicago & Northwestern Ky., Lake City, Iowa. 

1412. Ira R. Hendrickson. 

Teacher, Permanent Address. Mt. Morris, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. November 15, 1870. in Ilutsonville, Illinois. 1894, gradu- 
ated from Mt. Morris, Illinois, College ; 1896-97, non-resident post gradu- 
ate work in Latin : 1897-99, teacher of Latin in Lamar, Missouri College ; 
1899 — , teacher of Latin and History in High school, Schuyler, Nebraska. 
Married, March 25, 1896, to Miss Addie Windle, of Mt. Morris, Illinois. 

1413. Silas Curtis Johnson. 

Physician and Surgeon, Rensselaer, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; M. D., 1897, Medical College of Indiana, University of Indian- 
apolis. Born, October 30. 1869, in New Point, Indiana. Student. Medi- 
cal College of Indiana : 1898. secretary of city board of health, Rensselaer, 
Indiana ; 1899, member of Kankakee Valley Medical society ; 1900. mem- 
ber of American Medical society. Married, April 14, 1898, to Miss Ruth 
Russell, of Remington, Indiana. 

1414. Charles Philip Keller. 

Teacher, Brazil, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. April 3, 1875, in Clay county, Indiana. Teacher in public 
schools, Brazil, Indiana. 

1415. George Warren Kenney. 

Lawyer, Springfield, Illinois. 

A. B. Born, November 29, 1869, in Decatur, Illinois. Brother of 1294. 
Student and in practice of law, since 1896, firm of Dunn & Kenney. Mar- 
ried, April 18, 1900, to Miss Edith Gallup, of Denver, Colorado. 

1416. Ada Maude Kent. 

Frankfort, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, April 12, 1874, in Frankfort, Indiana. 1899, student at 
Oberlin Conservatory. 

1417. Kent Valorous Kibbie. 

Teacher. Fort Worth; Texas. 

B. Sc. ; M. D.. Fort Worth University. 1898-1900, professor of Biology, 
Fort Worth University and chair of Chemistry in College of Medicine ; 
1900 — , professor of Biology, University, and chair of physical diagnosis 



The Alumni. 231 

and hygiene and lecturer in anatomy, College of Medicine ; resident 
physician, St. Joseph's Infirmary. 

1418. Tozaburo Kudo. 

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. 
I'h. R. ; A. M.. 1897, i>ro merito. Horn. November 16, 1S70. at Hiro- 
saki, Japan. 1891, graduated from Tokyo Aoyama Gakuii ; 189S-1900, 
post graduate student of Philosophy at Yale University. 

1419. Andrew Jackson Kuykendall. 

Lawyer. Vienna, Illinois. 
Ph. B. : LL. B., 1808. University of Illinois. Born. July 7, 1873. 
1896-97, law student. University of Michigan ; 1897-98. law student 
University of Illinois ; engaged in practice of law ; master in chancery for 
Johnson county, Illinois. 

1420. Harry Kemper Langdon. 

Physician. Cor. Central Avenue and Twenty-fifth Street, Indianapolis. 

B. Sc. : M. D.. Medical College of Indiana. Horn, June 29, 1874, in 
Greencastle. Indiana. Hospital steward, 159th Ind. Infantry; house 
physician, Indianapolis City Hospital. 

1421. Watson Lorenzo Lewis. 

Minister, Permanent Address: Wheeling, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. January 29, 1869, in 'Wheeling. Indiana. Brother of 901, 
1897. entered North Indiana conference ; 1897-98, pastor, Ingalls : 1898-99, 
post graduate work in Chicago Theological Seminary ; 1899 — . pastor of 
Congregational Church. Sonionauk. Illinois, and doing post graduate work 
in Northwestern University. Married. October 9, 1899, to Miss Mabel 
McMahon, at Strawtown, Indiana. 

1422. Frank Mann Life. 

Teacher. Marion, Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born, September 1. 1870, in Grant county. Indiana. 189G-97, 
chair of Science in Soule College, Dodge City. Iowa ; part of 1897. gradu- 
ate work in Physics, University of Chicago : 1897 — . professor of Physics, 
Chemistry, and Astronomy. Marion Normal College. Marion Indiana. Mar- 
ried. August 18, 1898, to Miss Clara Ilight (Ex-DePauw, '97,) of Marion, 
Indiana. 

1423. Belle McDonald (nee Robinson). 

Warsaw, Indiana. 
Ph. P.. Born, May 11. 1874. at Silver Lake, Indiana. Married, Septeci- 
ber 28, 1898, to Dr. A. C. McDonald, at Warsaw, Indiana. 

1424. Walter Thomas Marlatt. 

Journalist. Kenosha, Wisconsin. 
A. B. Born. February 19, 1874, in Franklin, Indiana. Brother of 1234 
and 1250. Reporter in Chicago : assistant head master. University school. 
Kenosha. Wisconsin; editor Kenosha Dully Union-; now city editor of 
Evening News, Kenosha. Wisconsin. 

1425. Bertha Maxson. 

Greencastle. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, October 1, 1809, in Pittsburg, Indiana. Sister of 1GG3. 



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1426. Edward Sherwood Meade. 

Teacher, 315 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

A. B. ; Ph. D., 1899, University of Pennsylvania. Born, January 25, 
1874, in Medina, Ohio. 1896-98, Fellow in Political Economy, University 
of Chicago ; 1898-99, Harrison Fellow in Economics, and, 1899-1900, 
Senior Fallow in Economics, University of Pennsylvania ; publications : 
Gold and Silver in terms of commodities (Journal of Political Economy, 
1897), Fall in the price of silver since 1873 (Journal of Political Econ- 
omy, 1897), Production of gold since 1850 (Journal of Political Economy, 
1S97), Deposit Reserve system of the National Banking Law (Annals 
of the American Academy, 1897), Production of Silver since 1890, and 
its probable future (Annals of the American Academy. 1897) ; 1900 — , 
instructor in Banking, University of Pennsylvania. Married, June 1, 
1900. to Miss Emily Fogg, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

1427. Charles Franklin Miller. 

Teacher, Boswell, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 

1428. Harry Thomas Mitchell. 

Teacher, La Junta, Colorado. 
Ph. B. : A. M., 1897, pro mcrito. Born, October 22. 1871, in Sidney, 
Iowa. 1896-97. tutor in Latin, and post graduate work in DePauw Univer- 
sity ; 1897-1900, teacher of Latin and German, High school, Hamburg, 
Iowa ; 1900 — , teacher of German and Mathematics, High school, La 
Junta, Colorado. 

1429. Harry Lewis Murray. 

Minister, Irving, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, May 31. 1865. Member of Illinois conference : appoint- 
ments ; Marshall, Humboldt, Indianola ; financial secretary of the Illinois 
Wesleyan University. Bloornington. Illinois ; secretary of Twentieth Cen- 
tury Thankoffering. Illinois Wesleyan University ; now pastor, Irving, 
Illinois. Married, September 1, 1891, to Miss Etta Kimball, of Cham- 
paign, Illinois. 

1430. Gertrude Neal. 

Teacher, Charleston, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, March 2. 1876. in Hutchinson. Kansas. 1S97-99, teacher 
In public schools, Charleston, Illinois; 1899 — , principal of High school, 
Sullivan, Illinois. 

1431. Charles Dewey Newlin. 

Banking, Carthage. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 2, 1875, in Saxapahaw. North Carolina. 

1422. Ralph C. Norton. 

SO Institute Place, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. P.. Born. November 10, 1868, in Jonesboro. Indiana. Traveling man 
until August. 1899. since then, student in Theology, in Moody Institute, 
Chicago; to graduate in October, 1901. 

1433. Lola Peyton. 

Teacher, Hoopeston, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, January 19, 1874. in Paxton. Indiana. Teacher, assistant 
principal of High school, Covington, Indiana ; now assistant principal of 
High school, Hoopeston, Illinois. 



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1434. Lester Clarence Poor. 

Minister, South Whitley, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, November S, 1872, in Warsaw. Indiana. Member of the 
North Indiana conference ; appointments : 1897-98, assistant pastor. 
Trinity, Elkhart : 1898-99, Highland Avenue. Marion ; 1899-1901, At- 
lanta ; 1901, South Whitley. 

1435. Carrie Rives. 

Deaconess. Bloomington. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, November 17. 1S72, in Paris, Illinois. One year in 
Chicago Training school for City. Home and Foreign Missions ; deaconess, 
441 South College avenue, Bloomington, Indiana. 

1436. Jesse Neolia Roberts. 

Minister, Mt. Hope, Kansas. 
A. B. Born, October 27, 1867, in Coles county. Illinois. Member of 
South-West Kansas conference; apointments : 1894-95. Preston: 1896-97, 
Pratt: 1898-99, Cheney: 1S99 — , Mt. Hope. Married, May 10, 1893, to 
Miss Kathleen Greer, of Rockville, Indiana. 

1437. Ben E. Rowe. 

Traveling Salesman. 314 East Ninth Street, New Albany. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 14. 1S68. in Bridgeport. Indiana. Teacher; 
now traveling salesman. Married, December 30, 1896, to Miss Mayme 
Gifford. 

1438. Nellie Ward Scearce. 

Farmer and Trader, Danville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 1897, pro mrrito. Born. September 4. 1872. in Danville, 
Indiana. 1S96-97. assistant in Rhetoric. DePauw University : post gradu- 
ate work in DePauw and the University of Chicago ; present occupation, 
farmer and trader. 

1439. Will Morris Sparks. 

Lawyer. Rushville. Indiana. 
A. B. Born. April 28, 1872. in Charlottesville. Indiana. Engaged in 
practice of law. firm of Sexton & Sparks, Rushville, Indiana. Married, 
November 23, 1897, to Miss Delia Young. 

1440. Ida Steele. 

Teacher, Greenfield. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 22. 1875, in Mt. Comfort. Indiana. Sister of 
1263. Teacher of English, High school, Greenfield, Indiana ; post graduate 
work in University of Chicago. 

1441. Frank Takizo Takasugi. 

Hirosaki, Japan. 
A. B., A. M., 1S9!», pro merito. Born in Hirosaki, Japan. 

1442. Frank Ingold Walker. 

Teacher : Permanent Address, New Albany. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 16. 1871. in Washington. Indiana. Brother of 144.3. 
1897-98. principal of High school, Richland. Indiana : 1898-99. principal 
of HiRh school. Falmouth : 1900 — . teacher of English and History, High 
school, Knightstown, Indiana. 



234 DePauw University. 

1443. John Mann Walker. 

Teacher, Greeneastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 3, 1874. in Washington, Indiana. Brother of 
1442. Summer of 1899, post graduate work in Rhetoric and Oratory in 
University of Chicago: 1896-97. instructor in Science, Maryville (Mis- 
souri) Seminary; 1897-98, assistant principal. High school, Maryville, 
Missouri ; 1898 — , instructor in Rhetoric and Oratory, DePauw University. 

1444. Marquis Melville Want. 

Minister, 214 Bissel Street, Jacksonville, Illinois. 
A. B. ; S. T. B., 1897 : A. M.. 1897. pro merito. Born, February 19, 
1866. in Lawrence. Kansas. Member of Illinois conference; appointments: 
1896-97, Oatlin : 1897-1900, Franklin : 1900 — , Brooklyn Church, Jackson- 
ville ; 1899—, member of faculty of Illinois Conference school of The- 
ology : 1898-1900, president of District Epworth League. Married, Decem- 
ber 26, 1889, to Miss Mary Fulton. 

1445. William Harrison Williams. 

Farmer, Mooresville. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. May 22, 1S75, in Morgan county, Indiana. Farming 
near Mooresville, Indiana. 

1446. Walter Webster Williams. 

Missionary, Hing-wha, China. 
A. B. ; M. D.. 1900. Vanderbilt University. Born, December 8, 1868, in 
Muscatine, Iowa. Brother of A-23. Medical student, Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, graduating in 1900. Member of Iowa conference ; pastor, Grand View, 
Iowa ; 1900 — , missionary, Hing-wha, China ; home address, Grand View, 
Iowa. 

1447. Eva Florence Wones. 

Logansport. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. June 26. 1873, in Piqua. Ohio. 1897-98. teacher in Mar- 
shall county, Indiana; 1898 — , teacher in public schools, Nappanee, 
Indiana. 



LVIII. CLASS OF 1897. 



1448. Charles Bennett Allen. 

Mechanical Engineer. Wadswortb, Ohio. 
Ph. B. : B. S.. 1899, Purdue University. Born. February 2o. 1875, in 
Greeneastle, Indiana. Brother of 1266. 1897-99, post graduate work in 
Mechanical engineering, Purdue University ; in charge of designing and 
experimenting departments. Ohio Injector Company, Wadsworth, Ohio. 

1449. Joseph Percival Allen, Jr. 

Greeneastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, January 27, 1876, in Greeneastle, Indiana. 1897-98, 
post graduate work in Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston ; 



The Alumni. 235 

with Allen Bros., general merchandise. Greencastle ; now, traveling sales- 
man for Marshall Field & Co., of Chicago. Married, September 27, 1899, 
to Miss E. Blanche Swahlen, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

1450. Frederic Irving Barrows. 

Lawyer, 310 Summit Avenue, Connersville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. October 7. 1873. in Portage county. Indiana. 1897-99. 
teacher in High school, Connersville. Indiana ; 1899-1900, principal of 
Eighth street school, Connersville ; 1900-01, student of law, Georgetown 
University Law school, Washington, 1>. C, to graduate in June, 1901. 

1451. Lelia Clyde Bassett. 

Teacher, Thorntown, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, May 19, 1877, in Greencastle. Indiana. Daughter of 477 
and sister of 1207 and 1521. 1899-1900, teacher in Marion, Indiana : 
1900-1901, post graduate work in Northwestern University, for A. M. in 
1901. 

1452. Mary Beard (nee Ritter)- 

334 Upper Brook Street. Manchester, England. 
Ph. B. Born, August 5. 1870. in Indianapolis. Indiana. Daughter of 
222 and sister of 1132, 1374 and 1075. Teacher in Greencast le and 
Kokomo, Indiana. Married, March 8, 1900, to Charles Austin Beard, at 
Indianapolis, Indiana. (See 1523.) 

1453. Fred Curtis Blackwelder. 

Physician, Litchfield, Illinois. 

B. Sc. ; M. D., 1900, College of Physicians and Surgeons, University 
of Illinois. Born, October 17, 1875. in Litchfield, Illinois. 1897-1900, 
student of medicine, University of Illinois. 

1454. Samuel Hallam Bohn. 

Teacher, Centralia, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. September 22. 1874. in Centralia. Illinois. Brother of 
1225. 1897-1900. principal of High school, Cannelton, Indiana ; 1900 — , 
principal of High school, Centralia, Illinois. 

1455. Elizabeth Louise Bradshaw (nee Mahan). 

Lebanon, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. December 25, 1874, in Thorntown. Indiana. Teacher in 
public schools of Lebanon. Married, January 3, 1901, to Harmon Brad- 
shaw, at Lebanon, Indiana. 

1456. John Kendall Cecil. 

Minister, Drew Seminary, Madison. New Jersey. 
A. B. Born. June 27, 1873. Member of North Indiana conference. 
1897-1900. pastor, Madison street, Muncie. Indiana : 1900 — . post gradu- 
ate work in Drew Theological Seminary. Madison, New Jersey. Married, 
October 12, 1898, to Miss Elizabeth Florence Hite, of Sims, Indiana. 

1457. Nettie Estella Coffey. 

Teacher, Brazil, Indiana. 
I'll. B. Born in Bowling Green, Indiana. 1897-98. student in Indiana 
State Normal, graduating ; 1898 — , teacher in public schools of Brazil. 

1458. Edith Coffin. 

1121 West Twenty-Eighth Street. Los Angeles. California. 
Ph. B. Born, November 2, 1874, in Oakland, Illinois. 



236 DePauw University. 

1459. Garrett DeGraff Cooper. 

Merchant, Bronxville, New York. 
Ph. B. : LL. B., 1000, Harvard University Law school. Born, July 15, 
187G, in Toledo, Ohio. Brother of 1348. 1897-1900, post graduate work 
in Harvard University Law school ; now merchant, Bronxville, New York. 

1460. Edgar Lee Davis. 

1522 Ashland Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 18, 1872, in North Salem, Indiana. Brother of 
1017 and 1018. 1897-98. assistant secretary of Y. M. C. A., Covington and 
Newport, Kentucky ; 1897. student, Western Secretarial Institute : 1898, 
secretary Y. M. C. A.. 159th Ind. Vol. Infantry, Camp Thomas ; 1898-1900, 
assistant secretary Y. M. C. A.. Minneapolis. Minn. : 1900 — , educational 
secretary, Y. M. C. A., Indianapolis. Married. December 21, 1898, to Miss 
Grace Oglesby Carter, at Greencastle, Indiana. (See 1350(a).) 

1461. Arthur Elmer DeBaun. 

Law Student, Fairbanks, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 2, 1870, in Fairbanks, Indiana. 1897-98, law 
student, Indianapolis : 1898-1900. teacher in schools of Sullivan county ; 
1900-01, senior in Indiana Law school, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1462. George Louis Deerhake. 

1015 Laurel Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Married, December 12. 1895, to Miss Permelia C. Ellis, of 
Greencastle, Indiana. (See 1217.) 

1463. Samuel Nathaniel Deinard. 

Minister, 3449 Rhodes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. Born. January 5, 1872, in Rosain, Province of Lithuania. Russia. 
Summer of 1898, post graduate work in Semitics, University of Chicago ; 
1897-1900. rabbi of Temple Israel, Terre Haute, Indiana : 1900 — , rabbi 
of the South Side Hebrew Congregation. Chicago, and taking post gradu- 
ate work in University of Chicago" Married, May 20, 1S97, to Miss Rose 
Deinard. 

1464. Mary Denny. - 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. M.. 1S99. pro mcrito. Born. November 1, 1S75, in Putnam 
county. Indiana. 1897-98, teacher in Terre Haute, Indiana ; 1898-99, 
post graduate student in Latin, DePauw University ; 1899, teacher of 
Languages in High school, Nashville. Michigan ; 1899 — , teacher of Ger- 
man, public schools, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1465. Edgar Elwood Evens. 

Life Insurance Business, 608 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis. 

B. Sc. Born, November 19, 1871. in Cloverdale, Indiana. 1898. in 159th 
Ind. Vol, Infantry to November, 1S9S: since, in Life Insurance Business. 
Permanent address. Cloverdale. Indiana. Married, December 27, 1899, to 
Miss Belle Marsh, of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1466. Thomas Newell Ewing. 

Minister, Areola, Illinois. 
A. B. Born. November 13, 1871. in Areola. Illinois. Brother of 1467. 
Member of Illinois conference : 1897-1900, pastor, Arthur, Illinois ; 1900 — , 
student, Boston University school of Theology, address : 72 Mt. Vernon 
street, Boston, Massachusetts. 



The Alumni. 237 

1467. Mary Florence Ewing. 

Teacher, Areola.. Illinois. 

Fh. B. Born. June 2. 1S75, in Areola. Illinois. Sister of 14fiC. As- 
sistant principal of High school, Tuscola. Illinois; assistant principal, 
High school, Areola, Illinois. 

1468. Frank Orville Fraley. 

Minister, Flora. Indiana. 

A. B. Born. October 8, 1SG7. in Monon, Indiana. 1897, entered the 
Northwest Indiana conference: 1898-1900, Culver: 1900 — . Flora. Mar- 
ried, August 30, 1S94, to Miss Ettie E. Campbell, of Darlington, Indiana. 

1469. Ada W. Frank. 

Teacher. Jeffersonville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born in Jeffersonville, Indiana. 1897-99, teacher in High school, 
Crawfordsville, Indiana ; 1899 — , teacher in High school, Jeffersonville. 

1470. Samuel Carson Garber. 

Physician, Camden, Arkansas. 

B. Sc. ; M. D.. 1898. College of Physicians and Surgeons. Chicago. Born, 
June 11, 1872. in Timberville. Virginia. 189S. graduated from College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, with faculty medal for highest general 
average ; 1898 — , practicing profession at Camden, Arkansas. Married, 
November 8, 1899, to Miss Mary Effie Garber, of North Manchester, 
Indiana. 

1471. Mary McKee Goodwin. 

Brookville, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, January 24, 1877. in Brookville. Indiana. Daughter of 
364. 1898-99. post graduate work in English and Historv. at Mrs. Somers, 
"Washington, D. C. 

1472. John Edward Haskell. 

Student : Permanent Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, February 11, 1875, in Michigantown. Indiana. Brother of 
1<>44. 1898-99. post graduate work in Chemistry, DeFauw University ; 
1899 — , medical student, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago. 

1473. Harriet Harding. 

Teacher, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 24, 1874. in Crawfordsville. Indiana. 1S97-99, 
teacher in public schools of Montgomery county : 1899 — . teacher of Eng- 
lish Literature and History, High school, New Market, Indiana. 

1474. Hallie Harrell. 

Brookville. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. April 20, 1875. in Brookville, Indiana. Teacher of 
Mathematics in Oxford College, Oxford. Ohio, and also continued study of 
music under Prof. Karl Hoffman ; since 1899, assistant in law office of 
father, Brookville, Indiana. 

1475. Mary Louise Harrison. 

Lebanon, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, September 11, 1874, in Lebanon, Indiana. 



238 DePauw University. 

1476. Portia Mae Heiss. 

Teacher, Lima, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 24, 1874, in Lima, Indiana. Sister of 981. Since 
1897, teacher in public schools of Sturgis, Michigan. 

1477. Thomas Clyde Herron. 

Grain Dealer, Milford, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, June 24, 1875, in Monticello, Indiana. Dealer In grain. 

1478. Rebecca A. Insley. 

Journalist, care The News, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born in Terre Haute, Indiana. Editorial staff of Indianapolis 
News; 1900, Indiana Commission to Paris Exposition; Paris correspon- 
dent Indianapolis News; general European correspondent; London Daily 
Mail and Harper's Bazaar. 

1479. M. Alice Johnson. 

Teacher, Casey, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. May 29, 1873. 1899-1900. teacher in public schools, 
Casey, Illinois ; 1900—, teacher in High school, Casey, Illinois. 

1480. John Daniel Kruwel. 

Minister, Wingate, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. October 8, 1872, in Cortland, Indiana. Member of 
Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : 1897-99, Rosedale ; 1899 — , 
Shawnee Mound. Married, October 18, 1899, to Miss Nellie Grace Goodin, 
of Rosedale, Indiana. 

1481. John Ellington LaHines. 

Newspaper Reporter, Kansas City, Missouri. 
Ph. B. Born, August 5. 1S72. in Wilmington. Illinois. Since Septem- 
ber, 1S99, newspaper reporter in Kansas City, Missouri. 

1482. John Andrew Linebarger. 

Teacher, West Union, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, February 28, 1876, in West Union, Indiana. Brother of 
14S3. Principal of High school, Coloma ; at present, principal of High 
school, Fowler, Indiana. 

1483. Mary Linebarger. 

West Union, Indiana 

A. B. Born, August 31, 1874, in West Union, Indiana. Sister of 1482. 
Teacher, 1897-98, in Montgomery, Indiana, public schools. 

1484. Walter Montroville McGaughey. 

Medical Student, Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. Sc. Born. May 4, 1871. in Parke county, Indiana. 1897-99, teacher 
of Science in High school, Greencastle, Indiana ; post graduate work in 
Biology, DePauw University ; 1899 — , student in Medical College of 
Indiana. 

1485. Carl McKee. 

Jeweler, Tuscola, Illinois. 
B. Sc. Born, in Chrisman, Illinois. Jeweler in Tuscola, Illinois. 



The Alumni. 239 

1486. Lynn Banks McMullen. 

Teacher, 708 Ft. Wayne Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born. January 28. 1875, in Arcadia, Indiana. Instructor In 
Physics, in High school, Indianapolis. Indiana. Married, June 15, 1899, 
to Miss Ethel Lucretia Brown. 

1487. Nellie Elvira Meader. 

Journalist, 1751 West 102nd Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, September 5, 1870. in Fowler. Indiana. Assistant editor 
of "Soutli Side Sayiiiys," Quadrangle Press, Chicago. Illinois. 

1488. Edith Mae Morris. 

Teacher. Greencastle, Indiana. 
Fh. B. Born. April 29. 1870. in Noblesville, Indiana. Teacher in 
High school, Covington. Indiana : 1900 — , teacher of English, High school, 
<;reencastle, Indiana. 

1489. Thomas Jefferson Morton. 

Teacher, Hartford. Kentucky. 
B. Sc. Born. April 20, 1808. Since 1S97. president of Hartford Col- 
lege. Hartford. Kentucky. Married. July 12, 1899, to Miss Lucy Townsend, 
of Cobden, Illinois. 

1490. Albert Amoss Patterson. 

Medical Student. Logansport, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 7, 1875, in Logansport. Indiana. Brother of 
1505. 1S98-99, in D. S. Hospital Service. 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 1st 
A. C, stationed at Santa Spiritus, Cuba ; 1899 — , student in Medical de- 
partment, University of Michigan. 

1491. Joseph Gardner Phipps. 

Bedford. Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born. April 8. 1875. in Bedford. Indiana. With Perry-Matthews- 
Buskirk Stone Company, Bedford, Indiana. 

1492. S. Paul Poynter. 

Journalist, Sullivan, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 29, 1875. in Eminence. Indiana. Since 18!»7. 
editor and proprietor of The Sullivan Democrat, Sullivan. Indiana. Mar- 
ried, April 11, 1900, to Miss Alice lima Wilkey, of Sullivan, Indiana. 

1493. Charles Albert Prosser. 

Teacher, New Albany. Indiana. 
Ph. B. : LL. B., 1899, University of Louisville. Born. September 20, 
1871, in New Albany. Indiana. 1893-95. principal of Ward school. New 
Albany ; post graduate work in Indiana University : 1S97-1900, teacher 
of Physics in High school. New Albany : 1900 — , superintendent of schools. 
New Albany. Married, December 30. 1890. to Miss Zerelda A. Hinkeby. 

1494. William Albert Riley. 

Teacher, Ithaca. New York. 
B. Sc. Born. January 10. 1876, in Mankato, Minnesota. Brother of 

1495. 1897-98, assistant in Zoology and Physiology, DePauw University ; 
1898-99, Fellow in Invertebrate Zoology and Entomology. Cornell Univer- 
sity ; 1899 — , assistant in Entomology, Cornell University. Ithaca. 



240 DePauw University. 

1495. Evelyn Carrie Riley. 

Teacher, Greencastle. Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1S9S, pro mcrito. Born. June 30, 1873, in Jackson, 
Minnesota. Sister of 1494. 1S97-98, first Latin tutor, DePauw Uni- 
versity ; 1898 — , Lead of Latin department, High school, Marion, Indiana. 

1496. Oliver Perry Robinson. 

Teacher, Cannelton, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, June 27. 1870, in Vandalia. Indiana. Post graduate 
work, one summer, in University of Chicago ; 1897 — , superintendent of 
schools, Cannelton, Indiana. 

1497. Noble Giotto Rogers. 

Teacher, Trenton, Missouri. 
Ph. B. Born. December 1, 1876, in Trenton, Missouri. 1897-99, edi- 
torial writer, Dailii Republican, Trenton ; 1899, post graduate work in 
University of Chicago ; 1899 — , teacher of Latin in High school, Trenton, 
Missouri. 

1498. Clarence Dille Royse. 

Minister, Rensselaer, Indiana. 
A. B. ; S. T. B., 1897. Born. August 20, 1803. in Kingwood. West Vir- 
ginia. 18^9, entered Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments since 
graduation: 1897-98, Montmorenci : 1898-1900, Clinton: 1900 — , Rens- 
selaer. Married, September 22, 1885, to Miss Carrie Coffin, of Indian- 
apolis, Indiana. 

1499. Samuel Kenley Ruick. 

Lawyer, 55-56 Lombard Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

A. B. ; A. B.. 1898, Yale University ; LL. B., 1899, Indiana Law School. 
1897-9S, post graduate work in Yale University : 1898-99, law student, 
Indiana Law School, Indianapolis. Married, May 25, 1899, to Miss 
Bertha Miller, of Richmond, Indiana. (Ex. DePauw, Music, '97.) 

1500. William John Sandy. 

Physician, Permanent Address, Cloverdale, Indiana. 

B. Sc. ; M. D., 1900, Indiana Medical College. Born in Cloverdale, 
Indiana. 1897-1900, medical student, Indianapolis : 1898-99, under- 
graduate physician, City Hospital, Indianapolis ; 1900 — , house physi- 
cian, City Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1501. Eugene Curtis Shireman. 

Lawyer, Martinsville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 

1502. Paul Mansfield Spencer. 

Minister, 1165 Clay Street, Oakland, California. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1898, pro mcrito. Born, November 9, 1871, in Hydesville, 
California. 1897-98, post graduate work, DePauw University ; member 
of California conference ; assistant pastor, First church, Oakland, Cali- 
fornia. 

1503. John M. Staley. 

Teacher, Permanent Address : Ray, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, December 20, 1867, in Ray, Indiana. 1897-98, teacher 
of mathematics and natural sciences in Union Female College, Oxford, 
Mississippi ; 1898 — , teacher of mathematics, physics and geology in 
Liberty Ladies' College, Liberty, Missouri. 



The Alumni. 241 

1504. Mary Hewitt Talbott. 

Evansville, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, November 19, 1S76, in Corydon, Indiana. Daughter of 
435. Member of Tourist Club and College Women's Club of Evansville. 

1505. Carrie Alice Talley (nee Patterson). 

Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born, July 13, 1S73. in Logansport, Indiana. Sister of 1490. 
1897-9S, teacher of Latin in High school. Monticello, Indiana ; 1898-99, 
teacher in public schools. Terre Haute : 1899-1900. teacher of Latin in 
High school, Terre Haute. Married. November 1, 1900. to Homer B. 
Talley, at Logansport, Indiana. (See 1573.) 

1506. William Henry Templin. 

Teacher, Pekin, Illinois. 

B. Sc. Born, December 16, 1S72, near Otterbein. Indiana. Teacher 
of mathematics. High school. Tekin, Illinois. Married, March 19, 1899, 
to Miss Hattie C. AVhitmore. 

1507. Francis Calvin Tilden. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. December 20. 1S72. in Morris. Illinois. Two years 
post graduate work in Harvard University : 1900 — . instructor in Eng- 
lish Literature. Del'auw University. Married. September 13, 1900, to 
Miss Ethel Nash Arnold, of Greencastle, Indiana. (See 150S.) 

1508. Ethel Nash Tilden (nee Arnold). 

Greencastle. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 29. 1876. in Greencastle. Indiana. Sister 
of 1627. Married. September 13. 1900. to Francis Calvin Tilden. at 
Greencastle. Indiana. (See 1507.) 

1509. Elinor Kirkwood Town. 

Teacher. Greencastle. Indiana. 

A. B. Born, in Frankfort. Indiana. Daughter of 250, and sister of 
1618. 1898-99. teacher of Latin and history in High school. Monticello. 
Indiana ; 1899 — , instructor in mathematics. Academy, DeFauw Uni- 
versity. 

1510. Hattie Mary Tutewiler. 

Teacher, sol Senate Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, in Indianapolis. 1898. substitute instructor in French, 
DePauw University ; teacher in public sehools of Indianapolis. 

1511. Sarah Vickery. 

Teacher, 1320 Columbia Street, Evansville, Indiana. 

B. Sc. Born. September 25. 1874, in Evansville. Indiana. 1897 — , 
teacher of mathematics in High school, Evansville, Indiana. 

1512. Hattie Blanche Welch. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born, September 10. 1S76 in Lena. Indiana. 189S-99. teacher 
in public schools. Akron. Indiana : 1899-1900, teacher of English and 
physiology, Jonesboro. Indiana: 1900 — , English and science, High school, 
Delavan. Illinois. 

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242 DePauw University. 

1513. Dorie Victor Williams. 

Minister, Kokorno, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, January 29, 1861, in Miami county, Indiana. Member 
of North Indiana conference ; assistant secretary of same ; appointments : 
1899-1900, Selma ; 1900 — . Markland Avenue, Kokomo. Married, December 
18, 1881, to Miss Sarah J. Roby, of Miami county, Indiana. 

1514. Wallace Bruce Wolff. 

Merchant, 2440 Michigan Avenue. Chicago. Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, June 2S, 1S74. With Siegel Cooper & Company, Chicago, 
since graduation ; now manager of departments. Married, June 29, 1898, 
to Miss Eda Romerts Cooper, o\" Chicago, Illinois, (sister of 134S and 
1459). 

1515. Feme Wood. 

108 Powell Avenue, Evansville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M.. 189S, pro merito. Born. February 8. 1S75. in Evansville, 
Indiana. 1897-98, post graduate work in DePauw University ; represents 
New York Manufacturing Chemist. 

1516. Thomas Poindexter Woodson. 

Law Student : Permanent Address. 1001 Georgia Street, Louisiana, Mo. 
A. B. ; A. M.. 1899, pro merito. Born. July 31. 1S74, in Pike county, 
Missouri. 189S-99. principal of public schools. Frankfort : 1899-1900. 
professor of Ancient Languages and History, Buchanan College, Troy, 
Missouri : 1900 — , student and Fellow in Law. Missouri State University ; 
address, 607 South Fifth street, Columbia. Missouri. 

1517. Mary Yount. 

Crawfordsville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 



LIX. CLASS OF 1898. 



1518. Bennet Mills Allen. 

Teacher and Student : Permanent Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, July 4, 1873. in Greencastle. .Indiana. 1S98-99, teacher 
of Science and German. High school. Fort Collins, Colorado ; 1899-1900, 
Biology and Physical Geography. Centennial High school, Pueblo, Colo- 
rado ; summer of 1S99. student in Botany and Physical Geography, Cornell 
University ; 1900 — . post graduate student in Biology, University of 
Chicago. 

1519. Albert Charlton Andrews. 

Literary Work, Connersville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, February 1, 187S, in Connersville, Indiana. Since gradu- 
ation, newspaper work in Chhicago, Paris and Indianapolis ; author of 
"A Parflt Gentle Knight," to be issued in September, 1901. Address, 
Palo Alto, Cal. Married. May 16. 1900, to Mrs. Maude Smodley, (daugh- 
ter of L-16), at Fairfield, Indiana. 

1520. Dwight Wesley Baggerly. 

♦Indianapolis. Indiana. 
A. B. 



The Alumni. 243 

1521. Clarence Cordova Bassett. 

Teacher, Aurora. Illinois. 
A. B. Born. June 4. 1879. in Greencastle, Indiana. Son of 477 and 
brother of 1267 and 1451. 1898-99, principal of school, Waltham, Illinois ; 
1899-1900, superintendent of schools. Lapel, Indiana : 1900 — . teacher of 
Science in High school. Aurora. Illinois. Married, June 27, 1900, to Miss 
Pauline Woodward, of Lapel. Indiana. 

1522. Carrie Clyde Basye (nee Wynekoop). 

Nappanee, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. March 27. 1875. in Wolcott. Indiana. Married. June 7, 
1900. to Otto Basye, at Chicago. Illinois. (See 1394.) 

1523. Charles Austin Beard. 

334 Upper Brook Street, Manchester, England. 
Ph. B. Post graduate work in Cornell University, and Oxford Univer- 
sity, England : now Extension secretary, Ruskin Hall, Manchester, Eng- 
land. Married. March 8, 1900, to Miss Mary C. Ritter, of Indianapolis, 
Indiana. (See 1452.) 

1524. Levi Amasa Beem. 

Bank Cashier, Spencer, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, September 30, 1875, in Spencer. Indiana. Assistant 
cashier, Beem, Peden & Co.. Bankers. Spencer, Indiana. Married, Janu- 
ary 24. 1900. to Miss Lura Coble, of Spencer, Indiana. 

1525. Julius Charles Bohn. 

Physician, Centralia, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. September 9. 1870. in Centralia, Illinois. Brother of 
1454. Spring term, 1899, post graduate work in DePauw University ; 
189S-99, student. Missouri Medical College, St. Louis ; 1S99-1900, student 
in Washington University Medical College. St. Louis. Missouri. 

1526. Mary Harwood Bozeman. 

Poseyville. Indiana. 
B. Sc. ; A. M.. 1900, Wellesley College. Born. June 2. 1878, in Cahaba, 
Alabama. 1898-1900, post graduate work for master's degree, Wellesley 
College. 

1527. William Albert Buck. 

Teacher, Ossian, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, February 16. 1868. near Ossian, Indiana. Teacher of 
Science in High school. Ossian, Indiana. 

1528. Harriet Burris (nee McCoy). 

Cloverdale, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born in Cloverdale. Indiana. Married. October 25, 1S99, to 
J. B. Burris, at Cloverdale. Indiana. 

1529. Albert Burns Cadwell. 

Minister, Manchester, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, February 9. 1872, in New Salem. Illinois. Member of 
Illinois conference; pastor. Manchester. Married. June 10. 1890, to 
Miss Hettie Beatrice Rhodes. 



244 DePauw University. 

1530. John Omar Campbell. 

Minister, McCordsville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 29. 1866, in Oampbellstown, Ohio. Member of 
North Indiana conference; 1898 — , McCordsville. Married, October 10, 
1888, to Miss Wilmettie Willcox, of Wabash county, Indiana. 

1531. Ruth Zella Conlogue. 

Teacher, Kendallville, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, June 18. 1875, near Kendallville, Indiana. Teacher in 
public schools, Kendallville, Indiana. 

1532. Charles Miller Culp. 

Student : Home Address, Raymond, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, September 20, 1876, in Nokomis, Illinois. Since gradu- 
ation, assistant cashier in Bank of Raymond (Illinois), during vacations, 
and student of Civil Engineering in Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, Boston. 

1533. May Davis (nee Daniel). 

Middletown, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. February 24, 1877, in Alexandria, Indiana. Teacher in 
public schools, Middletown, Indiana. Married, October 17, 1900, to 
George Hubbard Davis, at Middletown, Indiana. 

1534. Arthur Leonidas Duncan. 

Minister, Grandview, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. December 17, 1874, in Morgan county, Indiana. Mem- 
ber of Indiana conference ; appointments : 1897-98, Stilesville ; 1898-99, 
Trinity, Indianapolis ; 1899 — , Grandview. 

1535. Evelyn Mae Fullhart. 

Teacher, Muncie, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 17, 1875, in Muncie, Indiana. 1898 — , instruc- 
tor in Science, Cowan Normal. Muncie, Indiana. 

1536. Willard Beharrell Gemmill. 

Law Student, 1227 South Adams Street, Marion, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 7, 1875, in Rigdon, Indiana. 1898-1900, teacher 
at Rigdon ; now student in law, Marion, Indiana. Home address, Rigdon. 

1537. Arthur John Hamrick. 

Journalist, Greencastle, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, September 16, 1873, in Belleville, Indiana. Since 189S, 
with Greencastle Democrat. 

1538. Madge Dorian Headley. 

6565 Yale Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, January 9, 1874, in Des Moines. Iowa. Secretary of 
Chicago DePauw Alumni Association ; engaged with educational depart- 
ment of Charles Scribner's Sons, Chicago. 

1539. Louis Calvin Hicks. 

Medical Student, Hardinsville, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, October 23, 1876, in Hardinsville, Illinois. Student in 
Medical College of Indiana, Indianapolis. 



The Alumni. 245 

1540. Laura Edith Hixon (nee Canady). 

426 Willow Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 2G, 1877, in Princetown, Missouri. 1898-99, 
teacher of English and German, Rice Collegiate Institute. Paxton, Illi- 
nois. Married, December 27, 1S99, to Frederick W. Hixson. (See 10<t0.) 

1541. Alice Maude Huestis. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 24, 1878, in Irving. Illinois. 1898 — , teacher 
of German in public schools. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1542. James Peter Hughes. 

Home Address : Cloverdale, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, December 18, 1874, near Terre Haute. Indiana. 1898 — , 
student in law, Indiana Law School, Indianapolis. 

1543. Josephine Ives (nee Cartwright). 

Delphi, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 25. 1875, in Delphi. Indiana. Teacher in public 
schools of Dephi. Married, September 26, 1900, to George It. Ives, at 
Delphi, Indiana. 

1544. Arthur Barnett Jackson. 

Lawyer, 390 South Nicholas Avenue, New York City. 
Ph. B. Born, September 17, 1876, in Priendswood. Indiana. 1898-1900, 
student in Columbia Law school, New York City. 

1545. Elizabeth Alice Kirkpatrick. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, September 8, 1869, near New Richmond, Indiana. 
189S-99, student of Art, DePauw University Art School. 

1546. Edwin Elbert Kling. 

Teaher, Kendallville, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, February 23, 1876, near Peru, Indiana. 1898-99, principal of 

schools, Denver, Indiana ; 1899-1900, principal of High school, Moores- 

ville, Indiana; 1900 — , principal of High school, Kendallville, Indiana. 

Married, August 30, 1899, to Miss Ivy I. Bowen, at Greencastle, Indiana, 

1547. Nelson Egbert Laidacker. 

Medical Student, Greencastle, Indiana. 
P.. Sc. Born, March 16, 1871, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Served 
in IT. S. Army in Cuba, during Spanish-American war ; post graduate 
work in DePauw University ; medical student, Indianapolis. 

1548. William Wirt Lockwood, Jr. 

Y. M. C. A., Omaha, Nebraska. 
Ph. B. Born, July 1, 1877, in Odell. Indiana. Brother of 1297. 
1898-99, teacher of Latin and English. High school. Peru, Indiana ; 
1899-1900, teacher of Latin, High school, Muncie, Indiana ; 1900 — , 
educational director, Y. M. C. A.. Omaha, Nebraska. 

1549. Chester Charlton McCown. 

Minister and Teacher, Momence, Illinois. 
A. B. Born. November 26. 1877, near Orion. Illinois. 1898-99, took 
degree course in Garrett Bibical Institute. Northwestern University ; 



246 DePauw University. 

1898-99, also pastor, Waldron, Illinois ; 1899-1900, professor of Mathema- 
tics in Upper University, Fayette, Iowa ; member of Central Illinois 
conference. 

1550. Myrtle Madden. 

Teacher, Olney, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. October 12. 1873, in Willow Hill, Illinois. 1899-1900, 
teacher in public schools ; 1900 — , teacher in High school. 

1551. Cyrus DeWitt Mead. 

Teacher, Spencer, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born. November 4. 1875, in Spencer, Indiana. 1898 — , assistant 
principal in High school. Spencer, Indiana. 

1552. Mary Pierson Mitchell. 

Eaton, Ohio. 
Ph. B. Born, November 14, 1S74, in Eaton, Ohio. 

1553 Frank Paul Morris. 

Minister, Swayzee, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 15, 1867, near Converse, Indiana. Member 
of North Indiana conference ; appointments : 1898-99, Kempton ; 1899-1901, 
Arcadia. 

1554. Thomas William Nadal. 

Teacher, Olivet, Michigan. 
A. B. Born, June 17, 1S75, in Milroy, Indiana. Summer of 1900, 
private work in Oratory with Prof. Cumnock, Northwestern University ; 
1898-1900, instructor in Oratory and English Literature. Olivet College, 
Olivet, Michigan ; 1900 — , chair of English, Olivet College. 

1555. Theodore Hermon Nees. 

Law Student : Home Address, Cory, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 1898-1900, traveling salesman ; 1900 — , student in St. Louis 
Law school, address 2S16 Russell avenue. St. Louis, Missouri. Married, 
February, 1900, to Miss Ivy Sparks, of Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

1556. Charles Clinton O'Dell. 

Farmer, O'Dell, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 9, 1874, in O'Dell, Indiana. Brother of M-30. 
Since 1898, teacher and farmer. 

1557. Effie Elma Pattee. 

Teacher, Greenfield, Indiana. 
Ph. B. : B. P., 1897. 1899-1901, teacher of German and mathematics 
in High school, Greenfield, Indiana. 

1558. Warren Samuel Peters. 

Teacher, Knightstown, Indiana. 

A. B. : A. M.. 1899, pro merlto. Born, September 26, 1876. in Zanes- 
ville, Ohio. 1898-99, post graduate work in Latin, DePauw University ; 
1899 — , teacher of Latin in High school, Knightstown, Indiana. 

1559. William Thompson Poucher. 

Teacher, Tekamah. Nebraska. 

B. Sc. Born. September 18, 1878, in Mooresville, Indiana. Son of 239, 
and brother of 1074, 1139, 1243 and 1669. 1S98-99, professor of Latin 



The Alumni. . 247 

and Natural Sciences, Black Hills College, Hot Springs, South Dakota ; 
1899-1900. principal of High school, Tekaruah. Nebraska: summer of 
1900, post graduate work, Cornell University ; 1900 — , superintendent of 
schools, Tekamah, Nebraska. 

1560. Anna Bertha Reed. 

Teacher : Home Address, Decatur, Illinois. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1900. pro mcrito. Born. January 30. 187G, in Decatur, 
Illinois. Sister of 1191. Tost graduate work in DePauw University ; 
1898 — , instructor in German and Latin and preceptress in Grand Prairie 
Seminary, Onarga, Illinois. 

1561. James Bray Roberts. 

Physician, Kansas, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born. July 6, 1875, in Kansas. Illinois. 1898-1901, student of 
medicine in University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pa. 

1562. Benjamin Frankin Roller. 

Physician. Newman, Illinois. 
B. Sc. Born, July 1, 1876, in Newman, Illinois. Brother of 1676. 
1898-1901, medical student in University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 

1563. Robert Hugh Rose. 

Physician, Carthage, Missouri. 
A. B. Born, Januarv 24, 1S76. in Carthage. Missouri. Brother of 
1133, 1808-1900. student in College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical 
department of Columbia University, New York City. 

1564. Frank Noah Sandifur. 

Minister, Ashland, Massachusetts. 
Ph. B. Born, October 23, 1870, in Delphi. Indiana. Member of Illi- 
nois conference ; 1898-99. Catlin. Illinois ; 1899 — . student in Theology 
and Philosophy. Boston University and pastor of M. E. Church at Ash- 
land, Mass. ; home address, Greeneastle, Indiana. Married, June 5, 
1S95, to Miss Clara M. lies, of Fairmount, Illinois. 

1565. Thomas Patton Shaffer. 

Minister. California, Missouri. 

A. B. Born. Mav 5, 1S73, in Newark, Ohio. 1898-1900, pastor Ilart- 
ville. Missouri : 1900 — . California. Married, May 5, 1898, to Miss Mabel 
F. Bissel, at Greeneastle, Indiana. 

1566. Benjamin Franklin Simonson. 

Teacher. Fayette, Iowa. 

B. Sc. ; A. M., 1S9S, pro merito. Born, March 1, 1862. in Brazil, Indiana. 
1898-99. principal of schools. Cardonia, Indiana : 1899-1900, professor of 
Mathematics, Chaddock College, Quincy, Illinois ; 1900 — . professor of 
Mathematics. Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Iowa. Married, Septem- 
ber, 16, 1896, to Miss May M. Ross, of Brazil, Indiana. 

1567. Herbert William Slowthower. 

Denver, Colorado. 
Ph. B. Born, June 1. 1874. in Gratiot, Wisconsin. Teacher of Latin 
in High school, Kansas City, Missouri ; now private tutor, Denver, Colo- 
rado. 



248 DePauw University. 

1568. Calvin Mark Smith. 

Artist, 3032 South Parke Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, May 2, 1870, In Columbus. Kansas. 1898-99, portrait 
painter, Terre Haute. Indiana ; 1899-1900, commercial illustrator, and 
1900 — , portrait painter, above address. Home address, Mosherville, 
Michigan. 

1569. George Walter Stewart. 

Teacher, 109 Huestis Street, Ithaca, New York. 
A. B. : Ph. D., 1901, Cornell University. Born, February 22, 1876, in St. 
Louis, Missouri. Brother of 1197 and 1678. 1898-99, graduate student 
in Physics, Cornell University ; 1899 — , assistant in Physics, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, New York. 

1570. William Paul Stratton. 

Lawyer, Sullivan, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 1, 1876. Chairman of Sullivan county Repub- 
lican Central committee : chairman of Town Republican committee ; en- 
gaged in practice of law in firm of Buff & Stratton. 

1571. Francis Irvin Stults. 

Law Student : Home Address, 15 Arthur Street, Huntington, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 30, 1873, in Huntington, Indiana. Principal 
Monument City High school. Huntington ; 1900-1901, student in Harvard 
University Law school. 

1572. Myrtle Mae Switzer. 

Redfield, South Dakota. 
Ph. B. Born, May 14, 1S75, in Otterbein, Indiana. 1901 — , student 
in Art school, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana. 

1573. Homer Beeson Talley. 

454 North Seventh Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 4, 1877. in Terre Haute, Indiana. 1S98-99, 
in office of Coal Bluff Mining Co.. Terre Haute ; 1899-1900, post graduate 
work in English Literature, Philosophy and Political Economy, Harvard 
University ; 1900 — , traveling agent of Coal Bluff Mining Co.. of Terre 
Haute, Indiana. Married, November 1, 1900, to Miss Carrie A. Patterson, 
of Logansport, Indiana. (See 1505.) 

1574. Florence Grace Taylor. 

Teacher, 316 West Main Street, Wabash, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, February 11, 1874, in Wabash, Indiana. 1898 — , instruc- 
tor in Latin, High school. Wabash, Indiana. 

1575. Raymond J. Wade. 

Minister, Nappanee, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, May 29, 1875, in LaGrange. Indiana. Member of North 
Indiana conference ; appointments : 1894-95. Simpson Church, Ft. Wayne ; 
1895-97, Flackville and Marion Park ; 1897-1900, Arcadia ; 1900 — , Nap- 
panee. 

1576. William Jonathan Waltz. 

Minister, Sellwood, Oregon. 
Ph. B. Born, June 9, 1863, in Arcadia, Indiana. 1S98-99, pastor, 
Grace M. E. Church. Newburg. Oregon ; 1899, Sellwood. Oregon. Mar- 
ried, February 21, 1883, to Miss Olive M. Porter (Ex. DePauw). 



The Alumni. 249 

1577. Ernest Clyde Wareing. 

Minister, Seymour, Indiana. 
Tb. B. Born, May 29, 1872. in Volga, Indiana. Member of Nortbwest 
Indiana conference. 1898-1901, student in Theology, Boston University, 
to take degree in 1901 ; acting pastor of Second Congregational Church, 
Beverly, Massachusetts. Address as above until September, 1901, after 
then see appointments of Northwest Indiana conference. Married, May 
7, 189G, to Miss Mary Alcinda Matlock, of Brownstown, Indiana. 

1578. John Wesley Webster. 

Law Student : Home Address, Danville, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, 187"). in Springfield. Illinois. Student in law. Harvard 
University Law school. 

1579. William Albert Wirt. 

Teacher. Bluffton, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. January 21, 1874. 1898-99, instructor in Mathematics 
High school, Greencastle. Indiana ; 1898-99, post graduate work in Polit- 
ical Economy, DePauw University ; summer of 1899, post graduate work 
in Economics. University of Chicago : 1899 — . superintendent of schools, 
Bluffton, Indiana. Married. August 15, 1900, to Miss Bertha Anne Koch, 
of Bluffton, Indiana. 

1580. Mabel Yenne. 

Teacher, Shoals, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. July 5. 1S77, in Shoals, Indiana. 1S99 — . principal of 
High school, Shoals, Indiana. 



LX. CLASS OF 1S99. 



1581. Jennie Armstrong, deceased. 

Ph. B. Born, December 10, 1874, in Ireland. Indiana. Studied music 
after graduation. Died, August 22, 1900, at Peabody. Kansas. 

1582. Raymond Foss Bacon. 

Teacher, Vincennes, Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born, June 29, 1880. in Muncie, Indiana. Son of 587. 
1899-1900, post graduate student in Chemistry, DePauw University ; 
1900 — , professor of Chemistry in Vincennes (Indiana) University. Home 
address, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1583. Mary Katherine Birch. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. P». Born. September 12, 1878, in Greencastle, Indiana. Daugh- 
ter of 155 and sister of 1330. 1899-1900, post graduate student in Latin 
and German, DePauw University : tutor in German, same ; 1900 — , 
teacher. 

1584. Charles John Brown, 

Farmer, Atherton, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, March 3, 1877. in Coxville, Indiana. Brother of 1271, 
1585 and nephew of 32. Teacher and farmer, since graduation. Married, 
June 7, 1900, to Miss Grace Mae LeFeore, of Union City, Indiana. 



250 DePauw University. 

1585. Silas Friend Brown. 

Livery Business, Rosedale, Indiana. 

A. B. Born, June 23, *1875, in Coxville. Indiana. Brother of 1271, 
15S4 and nephew of 32. 

1586. Claudius LeeRoy Boyd. 

Medical Student : Home Address, Vincennes Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 22, 1877, in Vincennes, Indiana. Since 1899, 
medical student University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College. 

1587. Lena Maude Byrd. 

2325 Talbott Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, December 11, 1875, in Middlebury, Indiana. 

1588. Ethel Paige Campbell. 

Teacher, Lebanon, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, July 16, 1876. in Frankfort, Indiana. 1899 — , teacher 
in public schools, Lebanon, Indiana. 

1589. John Martin Canse. 

Minister, Bunker Hill, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, February 20, 1869, in Orland, Indiana. Member of 
North Indiana conference ; first vice president conference Epworth 
League ; appointments : 1899 — , Bunker Hill. Married, August 15, 1900, 
to Miss Bessie Ruth Herrick, at Wabash, Indiana. (See 1156.) 

1590. Mary Levira Deputy. 

3020 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 19, 1877, in Noblesville, Indiana. 

1591. Deirdre Dorothy Duff. 

Teacher : Permanent Address, Poseyville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, July 8, 187S, in Poseyville. Indiana. 1899-1900, head 
of History department in High school, Covington, Indiana ; 1900 — , 
teacher of History in High school, Evansville, Indiana. 

1592. George Elbert Farrar. 

Oneida Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, J<uly 26, 1874, in Scircleville, Indiana. Assistant State 
Law Librarian ; with John W. Kern, city attorney of Indianapolis. 

1593. Frederick William Foxworthy. 

45 East Avenue, Ithaca, New York. 

B. Sc. Born, July 3. 1877, in Goodland, Indiana. Brother of 1284. 
Teacher of Science in High school, Greenoastle. Indiana ; 1899, summer, 
post graduate work in Botany, University of Chicago ; 1900 same in De- 
Pauw University ; 1900-1901, post graduate work in Zoology in Cornell 
University. 

1594. Margaret Guthrie. 

Sparta, Illinois. 
Ph. B. 

1595. Carlin Shepard Handley. 

Law Student : Home Address, Winamac, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, August 4, 1877. in Williamsport, Indiana. Student in 
Indiana Law School, Indianapolis. 



The Alumni. 251 

1596. John Mitchell Harper. 

Theological Student : Home Address, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, March 22, 1877, in Terre Haute, Indiana. 1899 — , student 
in General Theological Seminary. 175, Ninth avenue. New York City ; 
also taking post graduate work in New York University. 

1597. Stella Wheeler Hawkins. 

Teacher, Brazil, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 6. 1878. in Brazil, Indiana. 1899 — , teacher of 
Latin in High school, Brazil, Indiana. 

1598. Ray Charles Haynes. 

Clerk, Anderson, Indiana, 
rb. B. Born, August 11. 1S76, in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1599. Nathan Wilbur Helm. 

Teacher, Princeton, New Jersey. 
A. B. : A. M., 1900, pro mcrito : A. M., 1901. Princeton University. 
Born, August 7, 1879. in Marion. Indiana. Brother of 1410. 1899-1900, 
graduate student, DeFauw University, in Latin and Greek : same time, 
tutor in Latin and assistant in University Library ; 1900-01, graduate 
work in Princeton University : member of American Philological Associa- 
tion : 1900-1901, head of Latin department. Pennington (New Jersey) 
Seminary ; 1901 — , instructor in Latin, Princeton University, Princeton, 
New Jersey. 

1600. Frederick Whitlo Hixson. 

Minister, 426 ^VilIow Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. November 24. 1874. in Dover Hill. Indiana. Member of 
Northwest Indiana conference : pastor. Grace Church. Terre Haute. Mar- 
ried, December 27, 1899, to Miss Laura E. Canady. (See 1540.) 

1601. George James Hodge. 

Reese's Mills, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 

1602. Edward Courtright Horn. 

Minister, Alliance. Nebraska. 

Ph. B. Born, February 10, 1871. in Georgesville. Ohio. 1892-94, com- 
mandant of military department and principal of commercial depart- 
ment, U. S. Grant University. Athens, Tenn. :. 1896-99. teacher of com- 
mercial branches in DePauw Academy ; member of Northwest Nebraska 
conference: 1S99 — , pastor First Church, Alliance. Married, October 24, 
1894, to Miss Lillian V. Cook. 

1603. Frank Wheeler Hornbrook. 

Evansville, Indiana. 
Fh. B. Medical student in University of Michigan. 

1604. Henry Higgins Lane. 

Teacher, 526 East Washington Street, Lebanon. Indiana. 

Fh. B. Born. February 17. 1878. in Bainbridge, Indiana. 1899 — , 
teacher of Latin in High school, Lebanon, Indiana. 



252 DePauw University. 

1605. James Burdette Little. 

Contractor, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, April 8, 1875, in Cicero. Indiana. Brother of 1659. 
General contractor, in partnership with his father. 

1606. William Morton McCoy. 

Teacher : Permanent Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, July 30. 1877, in Effingham. Illinois. 1899 — , principal 
of High school, Cicero, Indiana. 

1607. Clara Elizabeth Mcintosh. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 
A. B. ; A. M., 1900, pro merito. Granddaughter of 71. 1899-1900, post 
graduate work in Latin, Del'auw University. 

1608. Frederic Austin Ogg. 

Teacher, 7 East North Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; A. M., 1900, Indiana University. Born, February 8, 1878, in 
Solsberry, Indiana. 1898-99. assistant in History, DePauw Academy ; 
1899-1900, post graduate student in History and Philosophy in Indiana 
University ; member of American Historical Association ; 1900 — , instruc- 
tor in History in Manual Training High school, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1609. Herman Goodwin Porter. 

Minister, 411 East Eighth Street, Muncie, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 9, 1874, in Xenia, Kansas. Member of North 
Indiana conference ; 1899 — . pastor Madison street, Muncie. Married, 
September 27, 1899, to Miss Grace E. Ware, of Lee's Summitt, Missouri. 

1610. James O'Dell Rhea. 

Eminence, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 

1611. William Otto Rudy. 

Teacher, 837 Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, April 13, 1878, in Mt. Summit, Indiana. 1899, post 
graduate work in German. DePauw University ; teacher of Mathematics 
in Manual Training High school, Indianapolis. 

1612. Alice Cary Schwin. 

Teacher, Covington, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, February 12, 1876, in Covington, Indiana. 1899 — , 
teacher of Latin in High school, Covington, Indiana. 

1613. Emma Nora Sevringhaus. 

Teacher : Home Address, Seymour, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, November 27, 1873, in Spencer county, Indiana. 1899 — , 
teacher of German in High school, Elwood, Indiana ; school address, 
Elwood, Indiana. 

1614. Bernice Azalee Smith. 

Permanent Address, Danville, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, February 6, 1876, in Danville, Indiana. 1899-1900, 
spent in travel. 



The Alumni. 253 

1615. Foster Vestal Smith. 

Danville, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 14, 1878, in Danville, Indiana. 1899-1900, spent 
in travel. 

1616. Percy Hypes Swahlen. 

Medical Student, 2005 Victor Street, St. Louis. Missouri. 
A. B. Born, June 4, 1877, in Lebanon. Illinois. 1899 — , student of 
medicine, Marion Sims Medical College, St. Louis, Missouri ; home ad- 
dress, Greencastle, Indiana. 

1617. William Herbert Thompson. 

Lawyer, Muncie, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. May 15, 1878, in Winchester. Indiana. 1899-1900, re- 
porter on MuncieMorning News; 1900-1901, student in Law department, 
Leland Stanford Jr. University. 

1618. Mary Rebecca Town. 

Teacher: Home Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, November 14. 1876, in Frankfort. Indiana. Daughter of 
250 and sister of 1509. 1899 — , teacher of Latin and History in High 
school, Monticello, Indiana. 

1619. Orin DeMotte Walker. 

Lawyer, Marion, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. September 26, 1878. in Pekin, China. Sou of 297 and 
brother of 1086 and 1146. 1899-1901, student of law in Washington 
University, St. Louis^ Missouri. 

1620. Claude Samuel Watts. 

Journalist, Danville, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, December 6. 1877, in Muncie. Indiana. 1899-1900. editor 
and proprietor of the Newcastle Daily Press and Henri/ County Republi- 
can; 1900-01, with Indianapolis News; 1901 — . managing editor of Dan- 
ville ( Illinois"! News. Married, March 14, 1900, to Miss Marie Van Riper 
(Ex. DePauw, '01 1. 

1621. Charles Lingle Woodfield. 

Teacher. Lafayette, Indiana. 
A. B. Born. June 20. 1S73. in Montmorenci. Indiana. 1899-1900, head 
of department of Mathematics in High school, Greencastle, Indiana ; 
same time, post graduate work in History, DePauw University ; 1900-01, 
post graduate work in English Literature. Purdue University ; 1900 — , 
principal of High School. West Lafayette, Indiana. Married, June 20, 
1900, to Miss Grace D. Willoughby. 

1622. Sara Florence Wood. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 5, 187S, in Greencastle, Indiana. 

1623. Harris Haskel Zimmerman. 

Medical Student : Home Address, Cedarville, Indiana. 
A. B, Born. December 19, 1S74. in Cedarville, Indiana. 1S99 — , 
student in Medical College of Indiana. 



254 DePauw University. 

LXI. CLASS OF 1900. 



1624. Lucie Waring Allen. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born, June 25. 1879, in Bellefontaine, Ohio. 1900-01, assistant 
in mathematics and in Registrar's office, DePauw University. 

1625. Lenore Alspaugh. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 4, 1879, in Fillmore, Indiana. 

1626. Frank Anderson. 

Theological Student, Evanston, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, February 20, 1S76, in Putnam county, Indiana. 1900 — , 
student in Garrett Biblical Institute, Northwestern University, Evans- 
ton, Illinois ; preaching at Glen Ellyn, Illinois. 

1627. Frances Ashton Arnold. 

Teacher : Home Address, Greencastle. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 12, 1877, in Greencastle. Indiana. Sister of 
1508. 1900 — , teacher in High school, Rushville, Illinois. 

1628. George Washington Bailor. 

Teacher, Mulberry, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, June 20, 1875, in Mulberry, Indiana. 1900 — , assistant 
in High school, Mulberry. 

1629. James Hamilton Barnes. 

Teacher, Beaver Dam, Kentucky. 
A. B. Born, February 23, 1874, in Prentiss, Kentucky. 1900 — , vice 
president of West Kentucky Seminary, Beaver Dam, Ky. 

1630. Matilda Bowman. 

4581 West Bell Terrace, St. Louis, Missouri. 

A. B. Born, January 9, 1878, in St. Louis, Missouri. 1900-01, post 
graduate student in Latin, DePauw University. 

1631. Emma Tweed Browder. 

2212 Talbott Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

B. Sc. Born, August 4, 1879, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Daughter 
of 385 and 386. 

1632. Charles Boyle Campbell. 

Teacher: Permanent Address, Areola. Illinois. - 
Ph. B. Born, January 8. 1878. in Areola, Illinois. 1900 — , assistant 
principal of High school. Girard, Illinois. 

1633. Lawrence Randolph Cartwright. 

Teacher, Washburn College, Topeka, Kansas. 
Ph. B. Born, October 7, 1876. in Portland, Indiana. 1899-1900, post 
graduate work in law. University of Chicago ; 1901 — . department of 
Oratory, Washburn College, Topeka. Kansas. Home address. Portland. 
Indiana. 



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1634. Karl Tracey Catlin. 

Auditor's Office, C. R. I. & P. Ry., Omaha, Nebraska. 
A. B. Born. July 28. 1881, in Jamestown. Kansas. 1900 — . in 
Auditor's office, C. R. I. & P. Ry., Omaha. Nebraska. 

1635. William Asbury Collings. 

Teacher : Home Address, Cicero, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. July 18. 1874. in Cicero. Indiana. 1000 — . superin- 
tendent of schools, Charlestown, Indiana. 

1636. Mabel Margaret Deacon. 

Teacher, New Carlisle, Indiana. 
Th. B. Born. November 18, 187G, in Terre Coupee, Indiana. 1900 — , 
teacher at Plainfleld, Indiana. 

1637. William LaRue Dexter. 

Minister, Douglass, Kansas. 
A. B. ; S. T. B. Born, June 12, 18G3. Member of Southwest Kansas 
conference ; 1900 — , pastor, Douglass. Married, September 8. 1896, to 
Miss Minnie B. Hoffa, of Brazil, Indiana. 

1638. John Gilmore Duling. 

Freedom, Indiana. 
A. B. 

1639. Charles Hardin Ellis. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 19, 1877, in Dubois, Indiana. Brother of 1164 
and 1217. 1900 — , post graduate student in University of Chicago. 

1640. Wilbur Daniel Fairchild. 

Minister. Murdock, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, September 28, 1866, in Vermillion county, Illinois. 
1886-87, student, Northern Indiana Normal ; 1888-90, principal of schools, 
Bismarck, Illinois ; 1891-92, principal of schools, Potomac, Illinois ; 
1892-97, principal of schools, Fairmount, Illinois ; 1897-1900, student 
DePauw University ; 1900. entered Illinois conference, pastor. Murdock. 
Married. August 14, 1888, to Miss Serena M. Johnson, of Woodland. 
Illinois. 

1641. George Mortimer Faris. 

Law Student : Home Address, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
A. P.. Born. March 25, 1879, in Denver, Colorado. Son of 553. 1900 — , 
student of law in Washington D. C. 

1642. Ferde Elliott Fisher. 

Indianapolis. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 5, 1878. in Clarksville, Indiana. 1900-01. post 
graduate student in History, Leland Stanford Jr. University. 

1643. Jennie Dyarmon Fisher. 

Teacher, Rochester, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born. October 6, 1871, in Steubenville, Ohio. 1900 — , teacher 

of Latin and German in Rochester, Indiana Normal. Home address, 
Steubenville, Ohio. 



256 DePauw University. 

1644. William Beattie Freeland. 

Minister, Farmland, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, April 9, 1871, in Fulton county. Indiana. Member of 
Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : 1893-94, Monroe ; 1895-97, 
Larwill ; 1898, Reelsville ; 1899. Harmony ; 1900 — , Farmland. Married, 
November 4, 1894, to Miss Laura E. Davy, of Steele, Indiana. 

1645. Manona Pearl Gregory. 

Williamsport, Indiana. 
Fh. B. Born, July 28, 1877, in Williamsport, Indiana. Sister of 
1168. 

1646. Edna Locke Hamilton. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born in Jersey vi lie, Indiana. Daughter of 3G6. 

1647. William M. Harkness. 

Minister, Haven, Kansas. 
A. B. Born, August 24, 1870, in Vigo county, Indiana. 1893, entered 
the Southwest Kansas conference ; supplied in Northwest Indiana con- 
ference, during college course. Bethel, Brazil and Knightstown ; in 
Southwest Kansas, Annelly, Heston, Leon : 1900 — , Haven. Married, 
December 19, 1891, to Miss Anna Mae Davis, of Terre Haute Indiana. 

1648. Thomas Madison Heaton. 

Minister, Center Point, Indiana. 
Ph. B. ; S. T. B. Born, June 23, 1867, near Bloomfield, Indiana. 
1883-91, teacher ; 1892, entered Indiana conference on trial ; full con- 
nection, 1896 : appointments. New Philadelphia, Oraugeville, Lyons, 
Heltonville, and South Greencastle, each one year ; 1900 — , Center Point. 
Married, August 23, 1891, to Miss Hessie M. Edwards, of Solsberry, 
Indiana. 

1649. William Vernon Herrick. 

Logansport, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, October 2, 1877, in Evanston, Illinois. Brother of 1156. 
1900 — , in Perry, Oklahoma, for health. 

1650. Sara Emma Hickman. 

Teacher : Home Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born. March 30. 1878. in Delphi, Indiana. Daughter of 427. 
1900 — , teacher in public schools, Ironwood, Michigan. 

1651. Walter Marsh Moore Hollopeter. 

Minister, Wakarusa, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, March 6, 1S6S. in Leo, Indiana. Member North Indiana 
conference ; appointments : Auburn, 3 months ; 1900-01. Topeka ; 1901 — , 
Wakarusa. Married, September 16, 1891, to Miss Hattie Romine. of Leo. 

1652. Daisy Dorothy Howe. 

Wabash, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 

1653. John Giltner Iglehart. 

332 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, March 2, 1879, in Evansville, Indiana. Reporter on 



The Alumni. 257 

Chicago Journal and Record ; now with Mahin Advertising Co., 200 Monroe 
street, Chicago, Illinois. 

1654. Emmett Monroe Jackson. 

4558 Oakenwald Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, September 28 1877. in Buenos Ayres, South America. 
Son of 208 and brother of 1029. 1900—, with Swift & Co., Chicago. 

1655. Helen Gaile Jones. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, May 31. 1879. in Greencastle. Indiana. 1900-01, student 
of German in Hanover and Weimar, Germany, and of French in Paris. 

1656. Nellie Landes. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 24. 1879, in Greencastle. Indiana. Daughter 
of 400. 1900-01, post graduate work in History, and assistant in His- 
tory in Academy, DePauw University. 

1657. Gertrude Larimore. 

Teacher, Greenfield, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 10, 1879, in Greenfield, Indiana. 1900 — , instruc- 
tor in English in High school, Greenfield, Indiana. 

1658. Macllyar Hamilton Lichliter. 

Minister, Pitcairn, Pennsylvania. 

A. B. 1895-96, general secretary of Y. M. C. A., Sharpsburg. Pa. ; 
1900, assistant State secretary Y. M. C. A., of Indiana ; 1900. entered 
Pittsburg conference, and appointed to Pitcairn. 

1659. John William Little. 

Teacher : Home Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 

B. Sc. : LL. B., 1894. Born, November 10, 1872, in Cicero, Indiana. 
Brother of 1605. Graduated from DePauw Law School, in 1S94. 
189S-99, teacher, Cicero ; 1900 — . teacher in High school, Huntington, 
Indiana. Married, August 15, 1900, to Miss Pearl Allen, of Greencastle, 
Indiana. 

1660. Everette McClure. 

Law Student : Home Address, Cloverdale, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, August 22. 1878, in Humphrey. Kentucky. 1900 — , 
student in Law school. Northwestern University ; address, Oakland Hotel, 
Chicago. 

1661. Mary MacDougal. 

Home Address, Washington. Indiana. 
Ph. B. Student, address, 76 Huntington avenue, Boston, Massachus- 
etts. 

1662. Orlie Elam Maple. 

Y. M. C. A., St. Joseph, Missouri. 
Ph. B. Born, June 16, 1876. near Elko, Indiana. 1900 — , assistant 
secretary of Y. M. C. A., St. Joseph, Missouri ; home address, North 
Manchester, Indiana. 

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258 DePauw University. 

1663. Francis Eddy Maxson. 

Teacher. Madelia, Minnesota. 
B. Sc. Born, July 4, 1875, in Delphi, Indiana. Brother of 1425. 
1900 — , teacher of Science in High school, Madelia, Minnesota. Married, 
January 1, 1901, to Miss Elizabeth Price, of Greencastle, Indiana. 

1664. Leone Aileen Miller (nee Scott). 

Mt. Vernon» Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, May 7, 1S77, in Owensville, Indiana. Sister of 761. 
Student of Languages and Art, 1900-1901, Scio College, Scio, Ohio. Mar- 
ried, June 24, 1900, to W. D. Miller, at Mt. Vernon, Indiana. 

1665. Celia Ellis Neal. 

La Grange. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, September 27, 1S80, in Westfield, Indiana. 

1666. Isaac E. Norris. 

Teacher : Home Address, 307 North Washington Street, Marion, Ind. 
Ph. B. Born, November 19. 1805, in Converse, Indiana. 1900 — , 
teacher of Science, in High school, Hartford City, Indiana. 

1667. John Mills Oakwood. 

Minister, Ridgefarm, Illinois. 
A. B. Born, February 11, 1860, in Pilot, Illinois. Member of Illinois 
conference ; pastor, 1900 — . Ridgefarm. Married, September 16, 1888, 
to Miss Effle Copeland, of Potomac, Illinois. 

1668. Mabel Pavey. 

Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, October 26, 1878, in Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 

1669. Lucie Poucher. 

Greensburg. Indiana. 
A. B. Born, May 26, 1880, in Rockport, Indiana. Daughter of 239, 
and sister of 1074. 1139. 1243 and 1559. 1900-01, post graduate work 
in Latin, DePauw University. 

1670. Albert Gallatin Preston. 

Journalist, Home Address : Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 17, 1879, in Cloverdale, Indiana. Son of 403. 
1900 — , engaged in newspaper work. 

1671. Joseph Pulse. 

Teacher, Anderson, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, June 6, 1876, in Greencastle. Indiana. Brother of L-168. 
1900 — , principal of schools, Medaryville, Indiana. 

1672. Dan Pyle. 

Law Student : Home Address, Attica, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, April 19, 1875. in Attica, Indiana. 1900 — , student in 
Indiana Law School, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1673. Charles Wayne Ray. 

Minister, Crawford, Nebraska. 
A. B. Born, April 2, 1872, in Riley. Indiana. 1900, admitted to 
Northwest Nebraska conference ; four years, pastor of Taylor Chapel, 



The Alumni. 259 

Greencastle, Indiana; author of "The Conditions of Life" (1807). and 
"The Twentieth Century Christian" (1900) ; appointed, 1900 — -, Crawford, 
Nebraska. Married. August 29, 1900, to Miss Nora M. Hammerly. of 
Greencastle. Indiana. 

1674. Myrtle Vivian Ridpath. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, April 24, 1879, in Greencastle. Indiana. Daughter of 
220. and sister of 819, 944 and 1131. 

1675. Dwight S. Ritter. 

1404 Central Avenue. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born, November 30. 187S. in Indianapolis, Indiana. Son of 
222, and brother of 1132, 1374 and 1432. 1900 — , cashier, Tucker & 
Dorsey Manufacturing Company. Indianapolis. 

1676. Ernest Roller. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born. June 10. 1807. in Fairland. Illinois. Brother of 1562. 
1900 — , teacher of science. High school. Greencastle, Indiana. Married, 
October 2, 1900, to Miss Mary Bicknell, of Greencastle, Indiana. (See 
1247.) 

1677. Arta Smythe. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, February 8. 1879, in Greencastle. Indiana. Daughter 
of 159. 1900 — , post graduate student in Smith College, Northampton. 
Massachusetts. 

1678. Mary Belle Stewart. 

2454 Olive Street, Kansas City, Missouri. 

Ph. B. Born, September 8, 1878, in Carthage, Missouri. Sister of 
1197 and 1569. 

1679. Walter Butterfield Stoner. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, September 3, 1877, in McCordsville, Indiana. In office 
of Pennsylvania Railway Company, Indianapolis. 

1680. Bessie Sudranski. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
B. Sc. Born, February 16, 1878, in Cincinnati, Ohio. 1900 — , teacher 
of mathematics in High school, Greencastle, Indiana. 

1681. Philip Henry Teeter. 

Teacher, Home Address : Rolling Prairie, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 26, 1877, in Rolling Prairie, Indiana. 1900 — , 
assistant principal of High school, Medaryville, Indiana. 

1682. Mary Thayer. 

Warsaw, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, February 14, 1877, in Warsaw, Indiana. 

1683. John Elmer Thomas. 

Lawyer, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 
Ph. B. Born, September 8, 1876, in Vivalia, Indiana. 1897, graduated 



260 DePauw University. 

from Central Normal College : 1900 — , head of department of law, South 
west Business University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

1684. Roy John Tuller. 

Milford, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, February 9, 1875, in Milford, Illinois. 

1685. Olivia Voliva. 

Teacher : Home Address, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 10. 1875. in Newtown, Indiana. 1900 — , instructor 
in Latin, Greer College, Hoopeston, Illinois. 

1686. Earl Cranston Walker. 

Teacher, New Albany, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, January 21, 1876, in New Albany, Indiana. Brother 
of 144 2 and 1443. 1900 — , teacher of history, High school, New Albany, 
Indiana. 

1687. Albert Lee Weik. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
A. B. Born, October 4, 1879, in Greencastle, Indiana. Brother of 510. 

1688. Elias Herbert Wells. 

Teacher : Home Address, Philo, Illinois. 
Ph. B. Born, November 7, 1872, in Philo, Illinois. 1899-1900, assistant 
in history in Academy, DePauw University. Married, June 13, 1895, to 
Miss Mary Belle Reed, of Philo, Illinois. 

1689. William Washington Williams. 

Home Address, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Ph. B. 

1690. Ella Marion Wood. 

429 West Charles Street, Muncie, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, March 12, 1878, in Muncie, Indiana. Sister of 1392. 

1691. Howard Doddridge Wright. 

Minister Walton, Indiana. 
Ph. B. Born, May 23, 1871, near Centerville, Indiana. Member of 
North Indiana conference ; 1900-01, pastor, Alton ; 1901 — , Walton. Mar- 
ried, June 5, 1900, to Miss Sarah R. Seller, of Greencastle, Indiana. 

1692. Fred D. Zeigler. 

Montpelier, Indiana. 

Ph. B. Born, June 25, 1877. at Sandy Lake, Ohio. 1900 — , super- 
intendent of Rowland Zeigler Oil Compamy, Montpelier, Indiana. 



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261 



GRADUATE ALUMNI. 



1885. 



Felix T. McWhirter. 

Indianapolis Indiana. 
A. B., 1S73, East Tennessee Wesleyan University ; A. M.. 1876, same ; 
Ph. D., 1885, DePauw University. Born. July 17, 1853. in Lynchburg. 
Tennessee. 1873-76, editor Athens (Tenn.) Neivs ; 1S77-78. mayor of 
Athens ; 1885-86, studied in Johns Hopkins University ; 1886-87, instructor 
in rhetoric and English literature, DePauw University; 1887-88, asso- 
ciate professor of same. DePauw University : engaged in real estate and 
insurance business, Indianapolis, Indiana. Married, November 8, 1878, 
to Miss Luella F.. Smith. 

1886. 

Ermina M. Fallass. 

Teacher, Baldwin, Kansas. 
Ph. B., 1882, Albion College, Michigan ; A. M., 1886. DePauw University ; 
Ph. D., 1888, DePauw University. Born, in Falassburg, Michigan. 1883- 
85, taught in the city schools, Lansing, Michigan ; 1888-90, instructor in 
mathematics and English, preparatory school of DePauw University ; 
1890-91, studied in France and Germany ; 1891-93, preceptress and pro- 
fessor of modern languages. Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa. Married, 
October 12, 1893, to Rev. L. H. Murlin, of the class of 1S91. 

1888. 

Joanna Baker. 

Teacher, Indianola, Iowa. 
A. B., 1882, Cornell College, Iowa ; A. M., 1S85, same : A. M.. 1888, 
DePauw University. Daughter of 152 and sister of 1009. 1886-88, 
student and tutor in Greek, DePauw University ; 1888-89, instructor in 
Latin, same ; 1889 — , professor of Greek and philosophy, Simpson College, 
Indianola, Iowa. 



2. ALUMNI OF SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. 



P. H. Baker, M. D. (deceased) 
G. C. Beeks, M. D. 
J. M. Boyd, M. D. 
J. M. Chew, M. D. 
J. W. Hekvey, M. D. 



CLASS OF 1850. 

E. K. Johnson, M. D. 



B. T. Kavanaugh, M. D. (dee'd). 
W. H. Pressly, M. D. (deceased). 
I. N. Rynerson, M. D. (deceased). 
D. Wiley, M. D. (deceased). 



262 



DePauw University. 



class of 1851. 



J. H. Apperson. M. D. 
J. T. Belles, M. D. 
J. E. Brooke, M. D. 
H. Busey, M. D. 

S. A. BuTTERFIELD, M. D. 

M. A. Dashiell, M. D. 
T. Dougherty, M. D. 
T. H. Douglas, M. D. 
C. C. Evarts, M. D. 



J. W. Gordon, M. D. (deceased). 

W. Hutchings, M. D. 

J. B. Johnson, M. D. 

W. F. King, M. D. 

M. A. Parr. M. D. 

R. N. Todd, M. D. (deceased). 

J. M. Tomlinson, M. D. 

W. C. Walker, M. D. 

J. R. Willets, M. D. 



CLASS OF 1852. 



C. L. Anderson, M. D. 
J. Q. A. Banta, M. D. 
W. H. Brentain, M. D. 
J. H. Dorsey, M. D. 
A. W. Harrison, M. D. 
W. C. Hendricks, M. D. 



H. H. Moore, M. D. 

R. R. Ruter, M. D. 

T. M. Stevens, M. D. (deceased). 

A. G. Wallace, M. D. 

J. A. Windell, M. D. 

J. Wooden, M. D. (deceased). 



3. ALUMNI OF SCHOOL OF LAW. 



CLASS OF 1855. 



L-1. Thomas W. Bennett, deceased. 

LL. B. Born. February 16, 1831, in Union county, Indiana. 1854-55, 
professor of mathematics and natural science, Whitewater College ; 1885, 
began practice of law at Liberty, Indiana ; 1858, member of Indiana State 
senate ; 1861, enlisted on first call for troops, — captain in Fifteenth In- 
diana Regiment ; September, 1861, appointed major of Thirty-sixth In- 
diana Volunteers ; 1862, appointed colonel Sixth-ninth Indiana Volunteers ; 
1865, appointed brigadier general ; 1865-69. member Indiana State sen- 
ate ; 186S, removed to Richmond, Indiana ; 1869-71, mayor of Richmond : 
1871-75, governor of Territory of Idaho ; reappointed governor, but de- 
clined : returned to Richmond and again elected mayor in 1877. Mar- 
ried, 1858, to Miss Anna M. Casterline, at Liberty, Indiana. Died, Feb- 
ruary 1, 1893, at Richmond, Indiana. 



The Alumni. 263 

L-2. James A. Crawley, deceased. 

LL. B. Born, May 18. 1832. in Rogersville. Tennessee. 1854-58, 
justice of the peace, Putnam county. Indiana ; 1858-62, recorder of Put- 
nam county ; August 11. 1862, first lieutenant in Eighty-seventh Regi- 
ment Indiana Volunteer Militia : November 17. 1862, post quartermaster ; 
December 1, 1862, on account of ill health, treasurer of barracks ; 1867, 
editor of LaPorte Union and Herald; 1873-75, prosecuting attorney; 1875- 
77, re-elected ; 1877-1896, engaged in practice of law. Married, May 8, 
1856, to Miss Viola J. Armstrong, who died February 9, 1881 ; married, 
April 19, 1882, to Miss Florence A. Bucher. Died, November 4, 1896. 

L-3. Mark Lindsay DeMotte. 

Lawyer, Valparaiso, Indiana. 
LL. B. (See College of Liberal Arts, No. 100.) 

L-4. J. Railsback. 

*Keal Estate Attorney, Columbus, Kansas. 
LL. B. 

L-5. Marshall B. Taylor, deceased. 

LL. B. After graduation from Law school, located for a time in Kan- 
sas ; was captain in Walker's expedition against Nicaraugua ; September 
2, 1861, was commissioned captain of Company H. Tenth Indiana Regi- 
ment : August 24. 1862. promoted to major ; November 18, 1862, promoted 
to lieutenant-colonel ; September 21, -1863, promoted to colonel of the 
regiment ; term of service expired September 20, 1864 : re-enlisted in 
service as colonel of One Hundred and Fiftieth Indiana Regiment ; mus- 
tered out with his regiment at close of the war. Died, July 29, 1879. 
in Texas. 

L-6. S. M. Wilson. 
LL. B. 



CLASS OF 1856. 



L-7. J. T. Landis. 
LL. B. 

L-8. A. W. Lattimore, deceased. 

LL. B. Born. June 11, 1S33, in Hanover, Indiana. Enlisted, April 22, 
1861, in Twelfth Indiana Volunteers ; appointed quartermaster sergeant, 
July 29, 1861 ; after discharge, atttorney at law and clerk in War De- 
partment. Married. April 22, 1861, to Miss Katherine M. Todd, of Vernon, 
Indiana. 

L-9. B. F. Lewis, deceased. 

LL. B. Died, 18S0, near Vernon, Indiana. 

L-10. J. Miller, deceased. 

LL. B. Died, in Madison, Indiana. 

L-11. R. Shipley. 
LL. B. 



264 DePauw University. 

L-12. D. P. Stubbs. 

Lawyer, Fairfield, Iowa. 
LL. B. Born, in Ohio. 1854, deputy clerk of courts of Union county, 
Indiana ; 1857, removed to Iowa, after graduation, and has resided in 
Fairfield ever since ; was a law partner of the late Senator James F. 
Wilson ; 1859-60, mayor of Fairfield ; 1863-67, member of Iowa State 
senate ; 1877, candidate for governor of Iowa on Greenback ticket ; 1880, 
candidate for congress on same ticket ; has traveled extensively in Eu- 
rope and America ; is actively engaged, with his sons, in importation 
and raisins of draft horses. 

L-13. J. H. Vawter. 
LL. B. 

L-14. J. Wilson. 
LL. B. 



CLASS OF 1857. 



L-15. J. G. Berkshire, deceased. 

LL. B. Judge. Died, 1885, at North Vernon, Indiana. 

L-16. C. R. Corey. 

Fairfield. Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-17. W. A. Culler.. 

Lawyer, Rushville, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-18. E. Dille. 
LL. B. 

L-19. J. M. Dorr. 

Lawyer, Colorado Springs, Colorado. 
LL. B. 

L-20. Edwin P. Hammond. 

Lawyer, Lafayette, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; LL. D., 1892. Wabash College. Born, November 26. 1835, in 
Brookville, Indiana. 1861-65, first lieutenant, Company G, Ninth In- 
diana Volunteers, captain, major and lieutenant-colonel in Eighty-seventh 
Indiana Volunteers ; March 14, 1873, to May 14, 1883, judge of Thirtieth 
Judicial Circuit of Indiana, composed of counties of Jasper, Newton and 
Benton ; May 14, 1883, to January 6, 1885, judge of Supreme Court of 
Indiana ; now practicing law in Lafayette and one of general counsel for 
Indiana of Wabash Railway. Married. August 8. 1861. to Lucy J. Saylor, 
who died soon after marriage ; married again, March 1, 1S64, to Mary V. 
Spitler. 

L-21. E. L. Kerchival, deceased. 

LL. B. Born, in Morganfield. Kentucky. After graduation, read law 
short time in office of Hon. John Cowgill ; 1858. formed partnership 



The Alumni. 265 

with Hon. D. E. Williamson. Died, August 4, 1S5S, iu Greencastle, In- 
diana. 

L-22. R. G. McGinnis. 
LL. B. 

L-23. I. N. Pierce. 

Lawyer, South Fifth Street, Terre Elaute, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-24. H. H. Stilwell. 
LL. B. 

L-25. W. A. M. Young, deceased. 

LL. B. Practiced law in Salem, Indiana, after graduation ; in 18GG, 
removed to Virginia City, Montana, where he died in 1896. 



CLASS OF 1858. 



L-26. Hugh Erwin. 

Merchant and Postmaster, Keelville, Kansas. 
LL. B. Born, February 18, 1836, in Lawrence county, Indiana. 1861, 
representative in Indiana State Legislature ; captain in Twenty-fourth 
Indiana Volunteer Infantry ; county treasurer. Lawrence county ; internal 
revenue service for seven years ; removed to Keelville. Kansas, and post- 
master for twenty-three years, which position he still holds. Married, 
March 13, 1860, to Miss Emma Grayson, of Bedford, Indiana, deceased ; 
married, June 18, 1867, to Miss Jane E. Williams, of Bedford, Indiana. 

L-27. Robert W. Harrison. 

Lawyer, Lebanon, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, May 4, 1833, in Montgomery county, Indiana. Brother 
of L — 50, and father of 1475, College. 1858-62, prosecuting attorney for 
the Crawfordsville Circuit Court ; captain of Company G, One Hundred 
and Sixteenth Indiana Volunteers ; elected presidential elector in 1860 
and 1872, contingent elector in 1880. elector in 1900 ; in 1900, messenger 
for Electoral College for State of Indiana ; practiced law continuously 
since graduation, except during the war. Married, April 2, 1865, to Miss 
Phoebe A. Cook, of Lebanon, Indiana. 

L-28. Amasa Johnson. 

Lawyer. Plymouth, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, April 25, 1837, in Putnam county, Indiana. 1858-60, 
prosecuting attorney ; entered army August 18, 1861, as captain in Ninth 
Indiana Regiment, and served until September, 1864 ; served in 1864, as 
A. A. A. G. of Third Brigade, First Division, Fourth Army Corps ; 1868-70. 
member of Indiana House of Representatives ; 1873-74. councilman of 
Plymouth: 1875-79, and 1897-98, mayor of Plymouth; has resided and 
practiced law in Plymouth since graduation, except during the war. Mar- 
ried, October 4, 1864, to Miss Carrie A. Sherman, of Plymouth. Indiana. 

L-29. Ellis Lewis, deceased. 

LL. B. (See 140, College of Liberal Arts.) 



266 DePauw University. 

L-30. D. Patton. 
LL. B. 

L-31. D. T. Phillips, deceased. 

LL. B. Died, 1896, in Oakland, California. 

L-32. M. Reed. 
LL. B. 

L-33. William D. Ward, deceased. 

LL. B. Born, February 1, 1830, in Madisonville, Indiana. Entered 
Asbury University in 1849, remained three years in college department, 
then took course in law ; practiced law at Versailles until 1861. when 
he entered the army ; served in army from 1861 to 1865, as captain of 
Company A, Thirty-seventh Indiana Volunteers, and was mustered out 
as lieutenant-colonel of same regiment ; resumed practice at Versailles 
until 1875, then removed to Vevay, Indiana, where he continued in prac- 
tice until his death, which occurred during the trial of a case in court. 
Married, May, 1853, to Miss Sarah J. Todd, of Madison, Indiana, deceased ; 
married, September 1, 1880, to Mrs. T. H. North, of Rising Sun, Indiana. 
Died, February 24, 1S98, in Vevay, Indiana. 

L-34. J. D. A. Warsson. 

LL. B. (See 135, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1859. 



L-35. W. W. Carter, deceased. 

LL. B. Born, September 10, 1836, in Warren county, Indiana. 1859-62, 
practiced law and edited the Hoosier Patriot, at Bowling Green, Indiana ; 
1862, enlisted in army and mustered out as major of Sixth Indiana Cav- 
alry : 1865-69. practiced law in Bowling Green ; 1869-83, practiced law in 
Brazil ; 1883-86, collector if internal revenue for Seventh Indiana District ; 
1886-91, engaged in practice in Brazil, Indiana. Married, June 16, 1869, 
to Miss Lucy E. Campbell. Died, August 8, 1891, in Brazil, Indiana. 

L-36. Richard Watson Hargrave. 

Lawyer, Marshalltown, Iowa. 
LL. B. Born, September 15. 1836, in LaPorte county, Indiana. Brother 
of 116, College. Officer in military service during Civil War ; engaged in 
practice of law since. Married, January 2, 1859, to Miss Mira Hooker, 
who died in 1861 ; married, 1864, to Miss Augusta A. Beecher. 

L-37. J. H. Holloway. 
LL. B. 

L-38. D. H. Kingsbury. 

Carlyle, Illinois. 
LL. B. 

L-39, George W. Lee, deceased. 

LL. B. (See 147, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-40. Allen W. Prather. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 



The Alumni. 267 

CLASS OF 1860. 



L-41. A. G. Baber, deceased. 
LL. B. 

L-42. A. W. Beasley. 

LL. B. (See 154, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-43. S. F. Gilmore. 

Lawyer, Effingham, Illinois. 
LL. B. Born, September, 1837, in Putnam county, Indiana. Super- 
intendent of schools, Effingham county, Illinois, six years ; judge of 
Effingham County Court eight years, engaged in practice of law. Mar- 
ried, 1SG0, to Miss Julia Matkin, of Greencastle, Indiana. 

L-44. Thomas E. Johnson. 

Lawyer, Stevenson Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, April 2, 1837, on a farm near Monrovia, Morgan county, 
Indiana. While always active in politics, has never sought nor held 
political positions, but attended to the practice of law since 1864. Mar- 
ried, April 4. 1860, to Miss Rachel R. Marker, of Monrovia, Indiana, who 
died April 15, 1884 ; married, December, 1890, to Mattie J. French, of In- 
dianapolis, Indiana. 

L-45. Marshall Asbury Moore, deceased. 

LL. B. Born, December 16, 1832, in Hawkins county, Tennessee. 
Mayor of Greencastle, Indiana, and member of the school board of same 
place ; enlisted in army, and served in Company H, Tenth Indiana Regi- 
ment Volunteers ; after close of the war, practiced law in Greencastle, 
Indiana, until his death. Married, February 4, 1864, to Miss Harriet 
Ragan. Died, August 14, 1893, in Greencastle, Indiana. 

L-46. Luther C. Slavens. 

Lawyer, Kansas City, Missouri. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1S58 ; A. M., 1S61. (See 158, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-47. John T. Smith. 

Lawyer, Bowling Green, Indiana. 
LL. B. September, 1861, enlisted in army as first lieutenant of Com- 
pany F., Thirty-first Regiment Indiana Volunteers : January, 1862, pro- 
moted to captain ; December 8, 1862, promoted major of said regiment ; 
February 11, 1863, promoted lieutenant-colonel of same regiment; July 
15, 1863. promoted colonel of same regiment : mustered out March 13, 
1865: 1865-70. clerk of the Greene Circuit Court; an elder in the Metho- 
dist Episcopal church, and author of the "History of the Thirty-first 
Regiment, Indiana Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion." Married, 
November 30, 1854, to Miss Mary C. Armstrong, of Greene county, Indiana. 

L-48. William Watson, deceased. 

LL. B. Practiced law in Effingham, Illinois, until his death in 1869. 



268 DePauw University. 

CLASS OP 1861. 



L-49. Samuel Godfrey. 

Minister, Lafayette, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1862; A. M., 1865; D. D., 1871. (See 203, College of 
Liberal Arts.) 

L-50. John K. Harrison, deceased. 

LL. B. Brother of L — 27. Enlisted in army for the war ; after close 
of war, removed to Ottawa, Kansas, and was elected prosecuting attor- 
ney. Died, 1868, in Ottawa, Kansas. 

L-51. James W. L. Slavens. 

Public Official, Kansas City, Missouri. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1859; A. M., 1862. (See 181, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-52. Edward J. Whitehead. 

Lawyer, Room 728, Chicago Opera House, Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. Born, January 30, 1838, in Waukegan, Illinois. Engaged in 
practice of law in Chicago. Married, November 13, 1873, to Clara Harri- 
son, of Chicago. 



CLASS OF 1862. 



L-53. S. H. Parrish. 
LL. B. 

L-54. J. Wickersham. 
LL. B. 



CLASS OF 1885. 



L-55. Frederick Lincoln Buskirk, deceased. 
LL. B. Died, in Bloomfield, Indiana. 

L-56. Edwin Corr. 

Lawyer, Bloomington, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, December 81, 1860, in Monroe county, Indiana. 1886- 
87, deputy prosecuting attorney ; 1893-97, assistant United States attor- 
ney for Indiana ; 1898. elected to Indiana State Senate ; 1900, re-elected 
to State senate ; engaged in practice of law in Bloomington, Indiana. 



The Alumni. 269 

Married, December 31, 1S95, to Miss Kate Mobley, of Bloomington, In- 
diana. 

L-57. Wilbur Washington Fisk. 

Law and Insurance, 324 Ann Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas. 
LL. B. 

L-58. Lealdas Stuart Forbes. 

Lawyer, Bloomfield, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-59. Joseph George Ibach. 

Lawyer, Hammond, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1883. (See 769, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-60. Angus Newton Munden. 

Lawyer, Scottsburg, Indiana. 
LL. B. Law firm of Munden & Wells. 



CLASS OF 1886. 



L-61. J. U. Brown. 

Lawyer, Hutchinson, Kansas. 
LL. B. Born. November 4, 1864, in Ireland. Representative in State 
Legislature ; senior first lieutenant in Twenty-first Kansas Volunteers In 
Spanish-American war ; engaged in practice of law. Married, April 26, 
1892, to Miss Etta Harden. 

L-62. Clifton Rogers Cameron. 

Lawyer, Stevenson Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1886; A. M., 1894. (See 888, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-63. N. S. Carpenter. 

Lawyer, Eldora, Iowa. 
LL. B. Born, December 9, 1862, in Farley, Iowa. After graduation, 
studied practical law in office of Albrook & Hardin one year ; admitted 
to Iowa bar and has practiced since then. Married, September 20, 1889, 
to Miss Eva E. Furman, of Eldora, Iowa. 

L-64. Cassius C. Hadley. 

Lawyer, State House, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, August 9, 1864, in Danville, Indiana. 1S86-89, prosecut- 
ing attorney, Scott county, Kansas ; 1898-99, deputy prosecuting attorney, 
Marion county, Indiana : 1899 — . deputy attorney general of Indiana. 
Married, September 9, 1886, to Miss Fannie S. Reed. 

L-65. G. A. Mason. 

Lawyer, Bluffton, Indiana. 
LL. B. 



270 DePauw University. 

L-66. Orin Parker. 
LL. B. 

L-67. Edward Lincoln Scarritt, deceased. 

LL. B. ; A. B., 1S84 ; A. M. f 1887. (See 813, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-68. Wilbert Ward. 

Lawyer, South Bend, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1884; A. M., 1887. (See 822, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1887. 



L-69. Thomas E. Davidson. 

Lawyer, Greensburg, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-70. Corwin Locke. 

Lawyer, London, Ohio. 
LL. B. Born, April 6, 1860, in Madison county, Ohio. 1890-97, prose- 
cuting attorney, Madison county, Ohio, for two terms ; 1899-1900, probate 
judge, by appointment. Married, September 22, 1897, to Miss Arathusa 
C. Huggins, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

L-71. Charles Haven Neff. 

Journalist, Anderson, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1887; A. M., 1890. (See 951, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-72. Minor F. Pate. 

Lawyer, Bloomfield, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, March 28. 1858, near Dresden, Indiana. Engaged in 
practice of law. Married, June 17, 1890, to Miss Mary H. Baxter. 

L-73. Samuel B. Wells. 

Lawyer, Scottsburg, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, September 29. 1859, in Jefferson county, Indiana. Began 
practice of law at Madison, Indiana ; removed to Scottsburg and formed 
partnership with A. N. Munden, class of '85 ; prosecuting attorney ; five 
years county attorney. Married, October 1, 1887, to Miss Ray P. Marshall, 
of Olney, Illinois. 



CLASS OP 1888. 



L-74. Jesse Evan Beeson. 

Lawyer, Alexandria, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1888. (See 967, College of Liberal Arts.) 



The Alumni. 271 

L-75. John Crawford Bickel. 

Minister, Jeansville, Pennsylvania. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1888; A. M., 1891. (See 968. College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-76. Dewey G. Cox. 

Lawver, Bloomingdale, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-77. James M. Huff. 

Lawver. ^Yashington. Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-78. Charles Douglass Hunt. 

Lawver, Sullivan. Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1888; A. >L, 1891. (See 983, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-79. John Frederick Mail. 

Lawyer, 910, Sixteenth Street. Denver. Colorado. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1888. (See 991, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-80. Charles Sargent McNett. 

Lawyer, Room 44. 69 Dearborn Street. Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 18S8 ; A. M., 1891. (See 994, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-81. John Fielding Meredith. 

Lawyer. Muncie, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1S87 ; A. M.. 1S90. (See 946, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-82. William Edwin Mitchell. 

Lawyer. Sidney, Iowa. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1885. (See 863, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-83. Charles Ernest Sturgis. 

Lawyer, Bluffton. Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1888 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1000, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-84. Thomas W. Tiffin, deceased. 

LL. B. Born. November 24. 1865, in Madison county. Illinois. Formed 
partnership with W. A. Northcott, in Greenville, Illinois, and began prac- 
tice of law. Died, October 31, 1888, in Greenville, Illinois. 



CLASS OF 1889. 



L-85. Joseph Newton Allen. 

Lawyer, Wichita, Kansas. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1889; A. M., 1892. (See 1003, College of Liberal Arts.) 



272 DePauw University. 

L-86. George A. Brinkman. 

Lawyer, Chicago Heights, Illinois. 
LL. B. Born, November 8, 1860, in York county, Pennsylvania. Attor- 
ney and counselor for Chicago Heights, fourth term. 

L-87. John E. Cox. 

Lawyer, 17-18 Erwin Block, Terre Haute, Indiana. 
LL. B. Engaged in practice of law in firm of Cox & Davis, Terre Haute. 
Married, September 12, 1893, to Miss Lena M. Frisz, of Terre Haute, 
Indiana. 

L-88. Schuyler Colfax Dwyer. 

Lawyer and Newspaper Publisher, Lowell, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, July 22, 1869, in Washington, D. C. City and prose- 
cuting attorney ; engaged in practice of law. real estate, loans and in- 
surance. Married, December 3, 1890, to Miss Sylvia L. Bacon, of Lowell, 
Indiana. 

L-89. W. E. Harlan. 

♦Lawyer, Wilmington, Ohio. 
LL. B. 

L-90. U. S. Grant Hagey. 

♦North Liberty, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-91. George F. Marvin. 

Lawyer, Monticello, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-92. Edward West Mcintosh. 

Lawyer, Bloomfield, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, February 3, 1853, in Greene county, Indiana. 1896, 
chairman of Democratic central committee ; prosecuting attorney of Four- 
teenth judicial district of Indiana. Married, March 13, 1884, to Miss 
Maggie Chapman, of Worthington, Indiana. 

L-93. William A. Rice. 

Lawyer, Bloomington, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-94. Charles C. Spencer. 

Lawyer, Monticello, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1889. (See 1040, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-95. Edward Thompson Teitsworth. 

Lawyer, 602 Guaranty Loan Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
LL. B. ; B. S., 1889; A. M., 1892. (See 1041, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-96. William Dana Wilcox. 

Justice of the Peace, 849 North Kedzie Avenue. Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. ; B. S., 1889; A. M., 1892. (See 1045, College of Liberal Arts.) 



The Alumni. 273 

CLASS OF 1S90. 



L-97. William A. Bond. 

Lawyer, Rooms 5-6, 500 Main Street, Richmond, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, August 16, 1866, in Wayne county, Indiana. Prosecut- 
ing attorney for Seventeenth judicial circuit of Indiana. Married, Novem- 
ber 7, 1894, to Miss Anna M. Jefferis. 

L-98. Elmer Ellsworth Botkin. 

Lawyer, Muncie, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1S90 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1051, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-99. Milton Daniel Carey. 

Lawyer, Seward, Nebraska. 
LL. B. : A. B., 1SSS. (See 972, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-100. Merlin Hull. 

Departmental Service, 26 N. Street, N.-W., Washington, D. C. 
LL. B. 

L-101. Joseph W. Jackson. 

♦Richmond, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-102. Charles Knight. 

Lawyer, Brazil, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-103. Paul Morgan Miller. 

3109 Arsenal Street, St. Louis, Missouri. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1890; A. M., 1894. (See 1071, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-104. Harry R. McMullen. 

Lawyer, Aurora. Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-105. Edwin B. Pugh. 

Lawyer, 307 Indiana Trust Building. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, March 21. 1867, in Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898-1900, prose- 
cuting attorney for Marion county. Married. June 21. 1889, to Miss 
Bonnie Beauchamp, of Tipton, Indiana. (Ex. DePauw School of 
Music, '91.) 

L-106. John Harmon Robinson. 

Insurance, Sedalia, Missouri. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1890. (See 1078, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-107. Ernest Grant Rognon. 

Lawyer, 421-423 Atlas Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B„ 1890. (See 1079, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-108. William S. Scott, deceased. 
LL. B. Died, in Phoenix. Arizona. 

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274 DePauw University. 

L-109. Romus F. Stuart. 

Lawyer. Indianapolis. Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, near Lexington, North Carolina, but parents removed 
to Marion county, Indiana during his infancy. Before graduation, was 
United States Postoffice Inspector and served on the staff of three post- 
masters general ; since graduation, elected State senator from Marion 
county, and served in the Fifty-eighth and Fifty-ninth general assemblies. 
Married. 

L-110. James Clarence Walters. 

Lawyer, Logan, Utah. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1890. (See 1088, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-111. Roy Owen West. 

Lawyer, 164 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1890; A. M., 1894. (See 1090, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1891. 



L-112. Willits A. Bastian. 

Lawyer, 727 Law Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1891. (See 1093, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-113. Louis E. Bennett. 

Lawyer and Soldier, Greenville. Illinois. 
LL. B. Born. February 18. 1869. in Greenville, Illinois. Engaged in 
practice of law in Greenville, Illinois, after graduation ; was colonel of 
State Militia previous to war with Spain ; served as major during Span- 
ish-American war ; now first lieutenant, Company II, Porto Rico Regiment. 

L-114. Worth Ernest Caylor. 

Lawyer, 604 Schiller Building, Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1890. (See 1058, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-115. Homer Schofield Chenoweth. 

Lawyer, Cohn, Illinois. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B.. 1S90 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1059. College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-116. Lewis S. Dalton. 

Lawyer, 602, 91 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. Born, August 17, 1869. in Litchfield, Illinois. Engaged in prac- 
tice of law ; active in local Democratic politics ; candidate for alderman 
Twenty-third ward, 1899. 

L-117. Frederick P. Davis. 

*Maryville, Missouri. 
LL. B. 



The Alumni. 275 

L-118. Frank Merritt Downey, deceased. 

LL. B. Born, JuDe 26, 1868, in Rising Sun, Indiana. Brother of 
258, 333. 484 and 659, all College of Liberal Arts. Was engaged in prac- 
tice of law with his brother. George E. Downey, at time of his death. 
Died, January 22, 1896, at Aurora, Indiana. 

L-119. Orville Frank Dwyer. 

Lawyer, Hurlburt Building, Cincinnati. Ohio. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1S91 ; A. M„ 1894. (See 1105, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-120. L. A. Evans. 

Lawyer. Terre Haute, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-121. James Hamilton Huckleberry. 

Lawyer, Van Buren, Arkansas. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1S91 ; A. M.. 1S94. (See 1112. College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-122. William H. Latta. 

Lawyer, 37 Journal Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B.. 1890; A. M., 1893. (See 1068, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-123. John W. Layne. 

Lawyer. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B- Born, January 24, 1869, in Belle Union, Putnam county, In- 
diana. After graduation, studied practical law in office of Hon. C. C. 
Matson, in Greencastle, Indiana, until 1894 ; removed to Indianapolis 
in 1900. 

L-124. Frank Leslie Littleton. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B.. 1891 ; A. M., 1894. (See HIT. College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-125. Edwin G. McGriff. 

*Ogden, Utah. 
LL. B. 

L-126. Oscar G. Miller. 

Lawyer, K. of P. Building. Greensburg. Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, April 21, 1866. in Rush county, Indiana. Engaged in 
practice of law. Married, May 30, 1895, to Miss Clara Lambert. 

L-127. William Oscar Moore. 

1145 Laurel Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1891 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1120, College of Liberal Arts, i 

L-128. Joseph Edgar Neff. 

Lawyer, South Bend, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1891 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1124, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-129. Wilbur Grant Neff. 

Telegraph Manager. Columbus, Ohio. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1891. (See 1125, College of Liberal Arts.) 



276 DePauw University. 

L-130. William Horace Peter. 

Lawyer, 575 New York Block, Seattle, Washington. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1891 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1127, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-131. Edward Ellis Sluss. 

Lawyer, 518 New York Life Building, Kansas City, Missouri. 
LL. B. ; Pb. B., 189F; A. M., 1894. (See 1137, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-132. Frank Monroe Smith. 

Lawyer, Lawreneeburg, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1891 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1138, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-133. Arthur J. Taylor. 

2715 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; B. S., 1891 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1143, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-134. Guy Morrison Walker. 

Lawyer, 115 West Ninety-fourth Street. New York City. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1890; A. M., 1893. (See 1086, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-135. Merle Newton Allen Walker. 

53 Court House, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1891. (See 1146, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-136. George Robb Welborn. 

Merchant, Owensville, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1891. (See 1147, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1892. 



L-137. John L. Angleton. 

♦Lincoln, Nebraska. 
LL. B. 

L-138. Charles B. Case. 

♦Lawyer, Kansas City, Missouri. 
LL. B. 

L-139. John L. Davis. 

Lawyer, Greensburg, Indiana. 

L-140. Benjamin Franklin Gregory. 

Mines and Mining, Hooper, Colorado. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1S92. (See 1168, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-141. Carl P. Knight. 

Lawyer, Brazil, Indiana. 
LL. B. 



The Alumni. 277 

L-142. Homer L. McGinnis. 

Lawyer, Spencer, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-143. Edward M. Odear. 

Lawyer, Lexington, Kentucky. 
LL. B. Born, 1874, in Mason, Illinois. Married. December 20, 1900. 
to Miss Addle Baker, of Lexington. Kentucky. 

L-144. Clint T. Prescott. 

Lawyer, Marinette, Wisconsin. 
LL. B. 

L-145. Clark Edward Ridpath. 

Lawyer, Greencastle, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1891; A. M.. pro mcrito, 1892. (See 1131, College of 
Liberal Arts.) 

L-146. Halstead Lockwood Ritter. 

Lawyer, 241 Equitable Building. Denver. Colorado. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1891 ; A. M., 1894. (See 1132, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-147. Aaron G. Rose. 

Insurance, Martinsville, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, February 3, 1870. Law clerk in Chicago ; 1893-94, 
post graduate work in law in New York Law School, New York City ; now 
in insurance business, Martinsville, Indiana. Married, June 22, 1898, 
to Miss Bertha Mabel Johnston, of Chicago. 

L-148. Frank B. Shutts. 

Lawyer, Aurora, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, September 11, 1870, in Moore's Hill, Indiana. Engaged 
in practice of law in firm of Downey & Shutts, Aurora, Indiana. 

L-149. Charles G. Sims. 

Lawyer, Goshen. Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-150. Armand E. Smith. 

Lawyer, Kankakee, Illinois. 
LL. B. Born, May 18, 1867, in Manteno, Illinois. Engaged since 
graduation in practice of law. Married, November 29, 1894, to Miss 
Olivine Prairie, of Bourbonnais, Illinois. 

L-151. George Marquis Spurlock. 

Lawyer, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 
LL. B. Bora, April 18, 1866, in Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 1893, elected 
probate judge of Cass county : 1897, re-elected ; 1900, delegate to Repub- 
lican national convention at Philadelphia. Married, November 23, 1898, 
to Miss Maybird Smith, of Maryville, Missouri. (DePauw School of 
Music, 11.) 

L-152. Allen Arthur Stahl. 

Lawyer, Sheridan, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, November 20, 1868, near Sheridan. Indiana. Since 
graduation, engaged in practice of law. Married, June 16, 1895, to Miss 
Ida M. Moudy. 



278 DePauw University. 

L-153. David E. Watson. 

Lawyer, Martinsville, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-154. Thomas S. Wickwire. 

Lawyer, Ashley, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, January 30, 1854, in Angola, Indiana. Engaged in 
practice of law since graduation. Married, 18S4, to Miss Mattie Meese, 
of New Haven, Indiana. 

L-155. James Herbert Wilkerson. 

Lawyer, 205 LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1889 ; A. M., 1892. (See 1046, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1893. 



L-156. Robert E. Barnhart. 

Lawyer, Liberty, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, October 8, 1872, in Areola. Illinois. Engaged in practice 
of law in firm of Stanford & Barnhart. Married, July 10, 1894, to Miss 
Lillian A. Stanford, of Liberty, Indiana. 

L-157. Edward C. L. Bartrow. 

♦Murray, Pennsylvania. 
LL. B. 

L-158. Harry R. Gladden. 

Lawyer, Farmer City, Illinois. 
LL. B. 

L-159. George Haman, deceased. 

LL. J$. Died, April 14, 1897, in Brookville, Indiana. 

L-160. Sheldon W. Hickman. 

Lawyer, Muncie, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-161. William H. Jackson. 

Colville, Washington. 
LL. B. 

L-162. Elmer Q. Lockyear. 

Lawyer, Fendrich Building, Evansville, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, November 19. 1868. in Warrick county, Indiana. En- 
gaged in practice ; lecturer on commercial law in Lockyear's Business 
College, Evansville, Indiana. Married, April 14, 1898, to Miss Letitia E. 
Miller, of Evansville, Indiana. 



The Alumni. 279 

L-163. Caleb Newell Lodge. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, August 12. 1872. Engaged in practice of law ; member 
of Columbia, Marion and Commercial Clubs, of Indianapolis. 

L-164. Mary McCulloch. 

Ingleside, Pennsylvania. 
LL. B. 

L-165. James ML Manker. 

Lawyer, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-166. John Minor. 

*Greencastle, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-167. Merta Mitchell. 

♦Salem, Iowa. 
LL. B. 

L-168. Franklin Trees Pulse. 

YVaukegan, Illinois. 
LL. B. Born. February 22, 1869, in Greencastle. Indiana. Brother 
of 493 and 1671, College of Liberal Arts. 1893-94, teacher, Madison 
county, Indiana ; 1894-97, studied law with Goodykoontz & Ballard, Ander- 
son ; 1897, practiced law ; 1S98, stenographer in Anderson office of Ameri- 
can Steel and Wire Company. Married, February 8, 1899, to Miss Mar- 
garet Reid Bickham, of Anderson, Indiana. 

L-169. Arthur N. Sager. 

Lawyer, 405 North Sixth Street, St. Louis, Missouri. 
LL. B. 

L-170. Frederick Henry Sears. 

Lawyer, 900-906 Ashland Block, Chicago, Illinois. 
LL. B. Born. February 5, 1873, in Xenia, Ohio. 1893-98, practiced 
law in Dayton. Ohio ; January, 1S99, removed to Chicago and became one 
of the attorneys for the West Chicago Street Railway Company, which 
was later combined with the North Chicago Street Railway Company and 
Consolidated Traction Company, forming the Chicago Union Traction 
Company. Married, November 9, 1S99, to Miss Anabel Cochrane, of 
Chicago. 

L-171. Ozora T. Sharp. 

Lawyer, Gaston, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1892. (See 1193, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-172. Edward May Teeple, deceased. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1893. (See 1255, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-173. James L. Watkins. 

Lawyer, Burr Block, Newcastle, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, January 23, 1S73, near Newcastle, Indiana. Engaged 
in practice of law since graduation. 

L-174. M. H. Wertenberger. 

Lawyer, Ijamsville, Indiana. 
LL. B. 



280 DkPauw University. 

CLASS OF 1894. 



L-175. T. Wilson Annabal. 

Law Clerk, 41 Fitzgerald Building. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, March 10, 1873. Law clerk with W. H. Latta, class 
of '90. 

L-176. Philip J. B. Fariss. 

Lawyer, Cicero, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-177. Thomas W. Field. 

Lawyer. Lafayette, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, in Lafayette, Indiana. Since graduation, engaged in 
practice of law in Lafayette. 

L-178. Edward C- Hughes. 

Lawyer, Jeffersonville, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-179. John E. Lewman. 

Lawyer, Jeffersonville, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-180. John William Little. 

Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; B. Sc, 1900. (See 1659, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-181. Theophilus John Moll. 

Lawyer, Stevenson Building, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
LL. B. ; Ph. B., 1893. (See 1237, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-182. Howard M. Mountz. 

Lawyer, Garrett, Indiana. 
LL. B. Born, December 11, 1871, in Steuben county, Indiana. Since 
graduation, practiced law in Garrett. Married, October 13, 1897, to Miss 
Mary S. Teeters, of Auburn, Indiana. 

L-183. William P. Myies. 

Montezuma, Indiana. 
LL. B. 

L-184. Lee A. Phillips. 

Lawyer, 254 South Broadway, Los Angeles, California. 
LL. B. Born, August 24, 1871. in Ashton. Illinois. Engaged in prac- 
tice of law since graduation. Married. December 19, 1895, to Miss 
Catherine Coffin, of Winfield, Kansas. 

L-185. Ruikitsu Tsugara. 

Tokyo. Japan. 
LL. B. 



The Alumni. 281 

L-186. Lawrence Oscar Vaught. 

Lawyer, Jacksonville, Illinois. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1S87 ; A. M„ 1800. (See 937, College of Liberal Arts.) 

L-187. John Ellsworth Wilson. 

Lawyer, Wahoo, Nebraska. 
LL. B. ; A. B., 1894. (See 1328, College of Liberal Arts.) 



4. ALUMNI OF SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY. 



CLASS OF 1886. 



T-1. William Orville Shepard. 

Evanston, Illinois. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 1885; A. M.. 1888. (See 871. College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 18S7. 



T-2. Thomas D. Tharp. 

Marion, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; A. B. ; A. M., Indiana University. Born. January 5, 1839, at 
Marion, Indiana. Member of North Indiana conference. 



CLASS OF 1888. 



T-3. Somerville Light. 

Elkhart, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; A. M., Fort Wayne College. 1881. Entered North Indiana 
conference, 1882 ; appointed Nappanee, Middlebury, and attended School 
of Theology, DePauw University : appointed to Bristol, Indiana ; trans- 
ferred from Knightstown to Wisconsin conference and appointed pastor 
of Washington Avenue church. Milwaukee. Wisconsin ; 1890, transferred 
to North Indiana conference and appointed to First church. Warsaw : 
1896-97, First church, Wabash ; 1897-1901, Bluffton ; 1901 — . Elkhart ; 
four years a member of Joint Board of DePauw University. Married, Miss 
Flora A. Huff, of Bremen, Indiana, November 16, 1887 ; she died in 1888 ; 
married Miss Martha M. Cox, April 14. 1889. 



282 DePauw University. 

CLASS OF 1889. 



T-4. Howard C. Augustus. 

Philo, Illinois. 
S. T. P.. Born, March 13, 1859, at Friend's Creek, Maeon county, Illi- 
nois. Member of Illinois conference ; appointments : 1889-90, Fithian ; 
1890-91, Ludlow ; 1891-93, out of regular work on account of health ; 
1893-96, Savoy ; 1896-98, Weldon ; 1898-1900, Sadorus ; 1900—, Philo. 
Married, December 29, 1887, to Miss Jennie E. McKay. 

T-5. Charles Eddy Line. 

Alexandria, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; A. M., Moore's Hill College ; D. D., Kansas Wesleyan. Born, 
October 26, 1854, in Connersville, Indiana. 18S0, entered Southeast In- 
diana conference ; appointments : Delaware, Flatrock, Taylorsville ; Irv- 
ington, North Vefnon, Moore's Hill ; transferred to the Northwest Kansas 
conference and appointed to Salina ; transferred to the Minnesota confer- 
ence and appointed to Mankato ; transferred to the North Indiana con- 
ference and appointed to Union City ; pastor at Alexandria. Married, 
December 25, 1879, to Miss Mary Alice Ball, of Connersville, Indiana. 

T-6. Reuben H. Moore. 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 
S. T. B. : B. S. ; M. S. Moore's Hill College, 1885-89. Born, at New 
Belleville, Indiana, June 14, 1857. Entered Southeast Indiana conference 
1885 ; appointments ; Sellenburgh, at School of Theology, Clifford, Charles- 
town, Shelbyville ; 1898 — , Madison Avenue, Indianapolis. Married, Octo- 
ber 13, 1877, to Miss Edith Lawles. 

T-7. Jesse A. Stout. 

Illiopolis, Illinois. 
S. T. B. Born, October 26, 1862, in Martinsville. Indiana. 1889, en- 
tered Illinois conference ; appointments : Butler ; 1899 — , Illiopolis. Mar- 
ried, January 8, 1884, to Miss Grace G. Nichols. 



CLASS OF 1890. 



T-8. Albert L. Bennett. 

Evansville, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, August 21. 1861, in Lafayette, Indiana. Member of 
Indiana conference ; appointments : Clay City ; Trinity, West Indianapolis ; 
Mitchell ; Spencer ; Simpson ; Evansville. Married, May 27, 1891, to Miss 
Emma Murphey. 

T-9. Robert L. Crawford. 

* Greenwood. Indiana. 
S. T. B. 

T-10. Joseph A. Cullen. 

S. T. B. Member of Northwest Indiana conference. 



The Alumni. 283 

T-11. Frank H. Edinborough. 

*IJagar, Michigan. 
S. T. B. 

T-12. Marshall E. Fraser. 

Caney, Kansas. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 18S9 ; A. M., 1892. (See 1021, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-13. Heber S. Header). 

Mooresville, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B., 1S89 ; A. M., 1892. (See 1025, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-14. Jehu H. Johnson. 

♦Tekamah, Nebraska. 
S. T. B. 

T-15. Telesphore Leveque. 

McAll Mission, Paris, France. 
S. T. B. ; B. L., 1890. (See 1069, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-16. Robert L. McNabb. 

Camp Point, Illinois. 
S. T. B. Born, April 17, 1855, in Holmes county, Ohio. Entered Kan- 
sas conference and appointed to Walnut Grove Church in Topeka ; mis- 
sionary to China ,in charge of Ing Chung district and Hing-hua Theologi- 
cal school : returned to America, appointed to Wellington, Kansas ; Monte 
Vista. Colorado ; 1899. Camp Point, Illinois conference. Married, June 
25, 1891, to Miss Sallie M. Canan. 

T-17. Kenosuke Masuco. 

Teacher, Sapporo, Hokaido, Japan. 
S. T. B. Born In Closhi, Japan. Teacher in Normal school, Sapporo, 
Hokaido, Japan. 



CLASS OF 1891. 



T-18. Albertus Theodore Briggs. 

Monticello, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 1890 ; A. M., 1893. (See 1054, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-19. George C. Hewes. 

Missionary, Budaon. India. 
S. T. B. ; B. S., 1883. University of Illinois. Born, August 1, 1863, in 
Mendon. Illinois. 1891-95, professor of Science and Logic in Reid Chris- 
tian College. Lucknow. India : 1896-97, teacher in Oak Openings High 
school. Naini Tal, India : 1897 — . missionary in charge, Budaon, India. 
Married, December 3, 1896, to Miss Annie Butcher. 



284 DePauw University. 

T-20. John Shannon Hoagiand. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B., 1892. (See 1169, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-21. Mercene E. Hobart. 

Athens, Illinois. 
S. T. B. Born, February 18, 1864, in Marion county, Illinois. Member 
of Illinois conference ; appointments : Brocton ; Stewardson ; Vermillion ; 
1896-98, Martinsville ; 1898-99, Neoga ; 1899-1900, Bath ; 1900 — , Athens. 
Married, December 25, 1888, to Miss Meeda Crum. 

T-22. Zacharia Selby, deceased. 

S. T. B. Born, July 11, 1864, in Pike county, Indiana. Member of 
Indiana conference ; appointments : Maywood, Owensville, Fort Branch, 
New Albany, Paoli. Married. December 22. 1891. to Miss Lena L. Hoover, 
of Owensville, Indiana. Died. July 11, 1898, at Paoli, Indiana. 

T-23. Joseph Yeijiro Takasugi. 

Teacher, Sapporo, Japan. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B., 1891, A. B., 1892, Mt. Union College, Ohio ; Ph. D., 
1893, Boston University. (See 1142, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1892. 



T-24. Edson S. Borton. 

Mt. Auburn, Illinois. 
S. T. B. Born, March 6. 1S63, in Guernsey county, Ohio. Member of 
Illinois conference ; appointments : Cowden ; Waggoner : 1900 — , Mt. 
Auburn. Married, December 26, 1893, to Miss Alice Walden. 

T-25. David Bowers. 

Marysville, Ohio. 
S. T. B. Born, April 3, 1855, in Lima, Ohio. Member of Central Ohio 
conference ; pastor at Marysville. Ohio. 

T-26. William P. Bowman. 

New Salem, Illinois. 
S. T. B. Born, February 6, 1859, in Streator. Illinois. 1886, entered 
Illinois conference; appointments: Bluff Springs, Beverly, and Lynnville ; 
appointments since graduation : Sidney : Morrisonville rMartinsville : Ver- 
million ; Bethany ; 1900 — , New Salem. Married, October 25, 1888, to Miss 
Luella Dimmitt. 

T-27. Albert E. Cook. 

Missionary. Bidar, India. 
S. T. B. 

T-28. Joseph Dawson. 

Baltimore, Maryland. 
S. T. B. Pastor Guilford Avenue Church, Baltimore, Maryland ; mem- 
ber of Baltimore conference. 



The Alumni. 285 

T-29. Henry W. Giddens. 

Geneseo, Kansas. 
S. T. B. Member of Southwest Kansas conference ; appointments : Bush- 
ton ; 1900 — , Geneseo. 

T-30. Daniel Hull Guild. 

Knightstown, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, March 28. 1860, in Medaryville. Indiana. 1888, entered 
North Indiana conference: appointments: 1888-00, Philadelphia; 1890-92, 
Morton (Northwest Indiana conference) : 1892-95, Grace Church, Marion ; 
1895 — 97, Markland Avenue. Kokomo ; 1897 — , Knightstown. Married, 
September 1, 1887, to Miss Lessie A. Conard. 

T-31. Lemuel Herbert Murlin. 

Minister and Teacher, Baldwin, Kansas. 
S. T. B. ; A. B„ 1891; D. D., 1897, University of Denver. (See 1121, 
College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-32. Uichiro Sasamori. 

Teacher, Nagasaki, Japan. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B„ 1891; Ph. D.. 1893. (See 1134. College of Liberal 
Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1893. 



T-33. Harry Lincoln Beats, deceased. 

S. T. B. ; A. B., 1886; A. M., 18S9. (See 884. College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-34. Joseph H. Black. 

Brightwood, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born. February 15, 1558. in Londonville. Ohio. Member of 
Indiana conference : appointments : 1893-96. Grace Church. Indianapolis ; 
1896-97, Kingsley. Evansville ; 1897-99, First Church, Indianapolis ; 
1899 — , Brightwood. Indianapolis. Married, April 10, 1884, to Miss Hat- 
tie Pershing. 

T-35. Anna Downey. 

Evangelist, Evanston, Illinois. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 1877 ; A. M., 1880. (See 552. College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-3i. James L. Greenway. 

Hobart, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, September 5, 1862, in county of Cornwall, England, 
Came to the United States in 1881. Member of Nortwest Indiana con- 
ference : pastor at Hobart. Married, December 25, 1890, to Miss Mary 
B. Durand. 



286 DePauw University. 

T-37. Oliver P Paxon. 

Newton, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, May 22, 1854, near Pennville, Jay county, Indiana. 
Teacher and principal of schools for twelve years before entering The- 
ological school : while a student, was pastor at Brazil, Reelsville and 
Carbon ; member of Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : 
1893-95, Perrysville : 1895-99. Dana : 1899 — , Newton. Married, March 
1, 1879, to Miss Ruth Peacock. 

T-38. Henry C. Weston. 

New Richmond, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, September 26, 1857. in Cherryville. Pennsylvania. Mem- 
ber of Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : Chesterton ; New 
Richmond. Married, November 24, 1887, to Miss M. S. Bovey. 

T-39. William McKee Whitsitt. 

Madison, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, August 12, 1861, in Jefferson county, Indiana. Mem- 
ber of Indiana conference ; appointments : Bloomfield ; 1895-96, YVorthing- 
ton : 1896-1900, Hyde Park, Indianapolis ; 1900 — , Trinity, Madison. 
Married. May 29, 18S9, to Miss Mattie E. Hobbs. 



CLASS OF 1894. 



T-40. James Oscar Mills. 

Redkey, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, February 28. 1856, in Marion county, Indiana. Mem- 
ber of North Indiana conference ; appointments : Converse ; Redkey. Mar- 
ried, March 10, 1875, to Miss Araminta C. Vail. 

T-41. Henry Thomas Davis. 

Wellsville, Kansas. 
S. T. B. ; A. B. ; A. M., Baker University. Born, July 21, 1868, in 
Baldwin, Kansas. Member of Kansas conference ; appointments : Rich- 
land ; Centropolis : Gardner ; Wellsville. Married, September 14, 1891, 
to Miss Minnie Bain. 

T-42. William LeBerne Laufman. 

Traverse City, Michigan. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 1887; A. M., 1S90. (See 942, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-43. Charles Henry Leeson. 

Fowler, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B., 1894. (See 1295, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-44. James Patterson Masson. 

Acton, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, December 3, 1864, In Anderson, Indiana. Member of 
Indiana conference ; appointments : Glenwood, South Bethany ; 1897-1900, 
Oak Hill, Indianapolis ; 1900 — , Acton. 



The Alumni. 287 

T-45. William S. McCallister. 

Faoli, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born. June 10. 1SG6, in Perry county. Indiana. Member of 
Indiana conference ; appointments : Elletsville ; 1897-1900, Lyons ; 1900 — , 
Paoli. Married, June 5, 1887, to Miss Mary I. Brown. 

T-46. David Winslow Raines. 

Winchester, Kansas. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., Baker University. Born, in Malvern. Mills county, 
Iowa. Member of the Kansas conference ; appointments : Centropolis, 
Wakerusa, Soldier, Touganoxle, Michigan Avenue, Leavenworth, Winches- 
ter. Married, March 26, 1890. to Miss Lillie II. McElwain. 

T-47. Lucien Volney Rector. 

Lochiel, Indiana. 
S. T. B. Born, September 21, 18G8, near Brazil, Indiana. Member of 
the Northwest Indiana conference ; appointments : Sandford ; Marshall ; 
1S97— , Lochiel. 



CLASS OP 1895. 



T — 48. Henry Sigel Beals, deceased. 

S. T. B. ; Ph. B.. 1S95. (See 1334, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-49, Frank Sherman Ditto. 

Missionary, Mussoori, India. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 1893. Washburn College. Kansas. Born, June 4, 1865. 
in Oxford, Iowa. 1894-98. instructor in School of Theology. DePauw 
University ; 1895-96, post graduate student, DePauw University ; 189S, 
summer, post graduate student, University of Chicago ; 1898-1900. in- 
structor in Hebrew and the English Bible. DePauw University ; 1900 — , 
missionary, in charge of Boys' High school and English Church, Mus- 
soori, India. Married. July 11, 189S, to Florence Weir Hays. (See 974, 
College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-50. Charles William Hesson. 

Litchfield, Kentucky. 
S. T. B. Born, July 19, 1870. near Rockport. Indiana. 1895, admitted 
to Louisville conference ; appointments : Rome ; Yelvington ; Brandenburg ; 
January. 1898, founded the Lucile Orphans' Home, in Litchfield, Ky., 
and is manager of same : at present, engaged in evangelistic work. Mar- 
ried. July 6. 1892. to Miss Cornelia II. Clark, of Litchfield, Keutuckv. 



CLASS OF 1896. 



T-51. William Frederick Dingel. 

Osceola. Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B.. 1896. (See 1402, College of Liberal Arts.) 



288 DePauw University. 

CLASS OF 1897. 



T-52. Merritt Machlan. 

Madison, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; A. B.. 1893. (See 1233, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-53. Clarence Dille Royse. 

Renselaer, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 1897. (See 1498, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-54. Marquis Melville Want. 

Jacksonville, Illinois. 
S. T. B. ; A. B., 1896 ; A. M., 1897. (See 1444, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1898. 



T-55. John Omar Campbell. 

McCordsville, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B., 1898. (See 1530, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-56. Joseph Dawson. 

Baltimore, Maryland. 
S. T. B. Pastor Guilford Avenue M. E. church, Baltimore, Md. 

T-57. John Eugene Thackrey. 

Chapman, Kansas. 
S. T. B. Born. April 3. 1870. near Alma, Riley County, Kansas. Mem- 
ber of Kansas conference ; appointments : Chapman. Married, June 15, 
1896, to Miss Elva L. Palmer, B. S. 



CLASS OF 1899. 



T-58. Ming Chuan Liu. 

Methodist Missions, Peking, China. 
S. T. B. : A. B.. 1890, Peking (China) University. Born, April, 1874, 
near Wu C'hing hsien, China. Entered St. Louis conference ; ordained 
deacon under Missionary Rule by Bishop Hurst ; transferred to North 
China conference ; 1900 — , stationed at Southern City, Peking, China 
Married, November 19, 1899, to Mei fui Cheng. 



The Alumni. 289 

CLASS OF 1900. 



T-59. William LaRue Dexter. 

Douglass, Kansas. 
S T. B. ; A. I!.. 1900. (See 1637, College of Liberal Arts.) 

T-60. Thomas Madison Heaton. 

Center Point, Indiana. 
S. T. B. ; Ph. B., 1000. (See 1648, College of Liberal Arts.) 



5. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. 



CLASS OF 1SS6. 



M-1. Susie Fay (nee Kelly). 

Urbana, Illinois. 
Mus. B. Born, April 17. 1805, in Annapolis, Indiana. Sister of 671 
and 1001, College of Liberal Arts. 1880-88, instructor in Piano. School 
of Music, DePauw University ; 1890-92, professor of Pianoforte, Harmony, 
and Counterpoint, same ; 1888-90, studied I'iano, Harmony, Counterpoint, 
Fugue, Form and Theory, at the lloyal Conservatory, Leipzig, Germany. 
Married, April 7, 1892, to Andrew F. Fay, at Greencastle, Indiana. 



CLASS OF 1SS7. 



M-2. Kate Stockwell Hammond. 

Greencasttei Indiana. 
A. B., 1882; A. M., 1891. (See 732, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 18S9. 



M-3. Anna Smith (nee Allen). 

Greencastle. Indiana. 
Born, September 10, 1870, in Greencastle. Indiana. Teacher in School 
of Music, DePauw University. 18S8-94. Married, January 18, 1S88, to 
Harry M. Smith, at Greencastle, Indiana. 

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290 DePauw University. 

M-4. Ethel Bergey (nee Sutherlin). 

74 Kimball Hall. 243 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Born, February 13, 1872, in Parke county, Indiana. 1889-90, post 
graduate work in DePauw School of Music, and tutor in Harmony and 
Chorus class, also pianist for DePauw Symphony Orchestra ; continued 
study under William H. Sherwood ; 1S92-93, teacher of Piano and Har- 
mony, Logan Female College, Russellville, Kentucky ; 1893-94, teacher of 
Piano and Harmony. Elgin (Illinois) Conservatory of Music; since 1894 
has had a studio in Kimball Hall, Chicago, doing concert work and teach- 
ing. Married. August 1895. to Theodore S. Bergey, in Milwaukee, Wiscon- 
sin. 



CLASS OF 1890. 



M-5. Gertrude May Taylor (nee Simison). 
Rornney, Indiana. 
B. L. (See 1144. College Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1891. 



M-6. Estelle Leonard. 

Union City. Indiana. 

M-7. Julia Bantz Sedwich (nee Southard). 
Martinsville, Indiana. 
Born in Greencastle, Indiana. 1891-93, instructor in School of Music, 
DePauw University. 



CLASS OF 1892. 



M-8. Delia Duvall (nee Ogden). 

Delaware, Ohio. 
Born, October 5, 1872, in Danville, Indiana. Sister of 1240 and 1306, 
College of Liberal Arts. 1897-1900. post graduate work in Voice, school 
•of Music and Oratory, Columbus, Ohio. Married, August 29, 1894, to 
Trumbull G. Duvall. at Danville. Indiana. (See 978, College.) 



The Alumni. 291 

M-9. Eudora Esterbrook (nee Marshall). 

Teacher Abingdon, Illinois. 
Born, June 12. 1871, in Milford, Illinois. 1893, post graduate work, in 
the Gottschalk Lyric school, Chicago ; for four years in charge of De- 
partment of Music, Orleans (Nebraska) College; 1897 — . dean of the 
Conservatory of Music, Hedding College, Abingdon, Illinois. Married, 
August 20, 1895, to Herbert K. Esterbrook, Professor in Hedding College. 

M-10. Flora D. Mathias. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Born in Greencastle, Indiana. Daughter of 210. and sister of 1301, 
College of Liberal Arts. 

M-11. Mary Virginia Spurlock (nee Smith). 
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 
Born, May 21, 1873, in Arrow Bock, Saline county. Missouri. 1893, 
post graduate work in music in Berlin. Germany. Married. November 
23, 1898, to George M. Spurlock, at Maryville. Missouri. (See L — 151.) 



CLASS OF 1893. 



M-12. Rosa Adelaide Marquis. 

Permanent Address : Greencastle, Indiana. 
Born, October 24, 1S70, in Greencastle, Indiana. Teacher : Austin 
College, Effingham, Illinois : Franklin, Tennessee : Bristol. Virginia ; 
1900 — , Birmingham, Alabama. Profession, violin soloist ; teacher of vio- 
lin and piano. 

M-13. Zella Marshall. 

4319 Oakenwald Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
B. L., 1894. (See 1299, College of Liberal Arts.) 

M-14. Pauline Reamer Newhouse (nee Blake). 
Terre Haute, Indiana. 
Born, February 14, 1874, in Greencastle, Indiana. 1894, post graduate 
work in Del'anw University. Married, May 30, 1894, to F. C. Newhouse, 
at Greencastle, Indiana. 

M-15. Emma Josephine Richards (nee Coffey). 
Brazil, Indiana. 
B. L.. 1893. (See 1244. College of Liberal Arts.) 

M-16. Stella B. Smith (nee Jordan). 

Mishawaka, Indiana. 
B. L., 1S94. (See 1317. College of Liberal Arts.) 

M-17. Flora Whisand (nee Van Dyke). 
Charleston. Illinois. 



292 DePauw University, 

CLASS OF 1894. 



M-18. Olive Bower (nee Stanley). 

Albion, Illinois. 
B. L., 1893. (See 1207, College of Liberal Arts.) 

M-19. Jessie DeMotte Case. 

Attica, Indiana. 
B. L., 1S93. (See 1211, College of Liberal Arts.) 

M-20. Mayme Roberts (nee Jennings). 
Shelbyville, Illinois. 
Ph. B., 1881,5. (See 1377, College of Liberal Arts.) 

M-21. Mary Alice Potter. 

Bedford, Indiana. 
Born in Wooster, Ohio. Studied Piano and Harmony under Karl Merz, 
Dr. II. EL Haas, and Eugene Heffley, at the University of Wooster, 
1896, post graduate work under Walter Howe Jones, DePauw University ; 
1898, under Elizabeth Patterson Sawyers. DePauw University ; taught 
in Elwood, Indiana : at present, teacher of piano in Bedford, Indiana ; 
home address : Greencastle, Indiana. 

M-22. Erba Webber. 

Warsaw, Indiana. 



CLASS OF 1895. 



IV1-23. Jessie Younge Fox. 

Champaign, Illinois. 
Born, October 6, 1873. in Kinmundy. Illinois. Instructor in Piano, 
University of Illinois. Champaign, Illinois. 

M-24. Bertha Louise Hanker. 

Toledo, Illinois. 
Born, February 4, 1873, in Toledo, Illinois. Teacher of music, Toledo, 
Illinois. 

M-25. Adeline Whitney Kewley (nee Rowley). 
Onarga. Illinois. 
Born. April 26. 1873, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 1896-97, post graduate 
work in Voice in New York City and Chicago : teacher of Voice at 
Champaign. Illinois, and Onarga, Illinois. Married, September 2, 1S99, 
to James Kewley, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 



The Alumni. 293 

CLASS OF 1896. 



M-26. Helen Hanna Birch. 

Permanent Address : Greeneastle, Indiana. 
Born, October 26, 1874. In Greeneastle, Indiana. Post graduate work 
in DePauw School of Music in 1897-98, teacher of piano in Greeneastle ; 
now teacher of piano in Freeport, Illinois. 

M-27. Grace Pullen (nee Wilson). 

Centralia, Illinois. 
Born, June 3, 1872, in Centralia. Illinois. Married, December 29, 1897, 
to Fred Puflen, at Centralia 



CLASS OF 1897. 



M-28. Josephine Fyffe Binyon (nee Armstrong). 
Chicago Heights, Illinois. 
Born, August 3. 1S78, in Crawfordsville. Indiana. 1897-1900. post 
graduate work in Piano, DePauw School of Music ; three years, organist 
of Christian Church. Greeneastle. Married. January 23, 1901, to Claude 
E. Binyon, at Greeneastle. Indiana. 

M-29. Mary Louise Hoover. 

Permanent Address : Greeneastle, Indiana. 
Born, April 24. 1877. in Union. Indiana. 1898, post graduate work in 
DePauw School of Music, piano ; 1900. post graduate work at Chautauqua, 
New York, piano ; teacher of music, private classes, at Bedford, Boonville, 
and, at present, Evansville, Indiana. 

M-30. Helen Caroline O'Dell. 

Wolcott. Indiana. 



CLASS OF 1S98. 



M-31. Eva Nesbit (nee Osburn). 

Sullivan, Indiana. 
Married, January 24. 1901. to R. R. Nesbit. at Shelburn. Indiana. 



294 DePauw University. 

GLASS OF 1899. 



M-32. Chloe Alice Gillum. 

Permanent Address : Sylvania, Indiana. 
Born. November 14, 1877, in Sylvania, Indiana. Teacher in Millers- 
burg (Kentucky) Female College; at present, teacher of Voice, Methodist 
College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas. 

M-33. Winona Bertha Gregory. 

Williamsport, Indiana. 

Born, December 7, 1874. Vocal and instrumental teacher, Williamsport, 
Indiana. 

M-34. Helen Herr. 

Brazil, Indiana. 

M-35. Myrtle Owen. 

Amo, Indiana. 
Teaching music in Brazil, Indiana. 

M-36. Mildred Rutledge. 

Springfield, Illinois. 
Teaching private pupils in Greencastle, Indiana. 

M-37. Ruth Vaught. 

Lebanon, Indiana. 
Teaching private pupils in Greencastle, Indiana. 

M-38. Cora Waltz (nee Darnell). 

Greencastle, Indiana. 



CLASS OF 1900. 



M-39. Mary Laura Christie. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Born, October 5, 1880. Teacher of music. 

M-40 Raeburn Cowger. 

Monticello, Indiana. 
Teaching music in Monticello and Goodland, Indiana. 

M-41. Jessie Ada Poynter. 

Sullivan, Indiana. 
Born, December 17, 1876. in Cloverdale. Indiana. Sister of 1492, 
College of Liberal Arts. Teacher of music in Sullivan. 



The Alumni. 295 

M-42. Lillian Dale Cadwell (nee Scott). 
Valparaiso, Indiana. 
Married Ralph Cadwell, at Greencastle, Indiana. Student in Normal 
school, Valparaiso, Indiana. 

M-43. B. Pearl Shaw. 

Sardinia, Indiana. 



6. SCHOOL OF ART. 



CLASS OF 1887. 



A-1. Mary Guivey. 



Parma, Michigan. 



CLASS OF 1890. 



A-2. Jennie A. Headen (nee Henry). 

Mooresville, Indiana. 
Born, December 18, 1860, near Evansville. Indiana. Married. Novem- 
ber. 11, 18S0, to Rev. Heber S. Headen. (See 1025, College of Liberal 
Arts.) 

A-3. Lulu Belle Spencer (nee Ward), deceased. 

Born, March 7, 1S68, in Versailles. Indiana. Daughter of L — 33. Mar- 
ried. August 9, 1894, to Edward B. T. Spencer, (see 999. College of Arts). 
Died, June 4, 1S96, at Denver, Colorado, and buried at Vevay, Indiana. 

A-4. Lizzie Hyde Goulding. 

Greencastle, Indiaua. 
Born. February 29. 18G4. in Greencastle. Indiana. 1892-95. Instruc- 
tor in DePauw Art School : at present, private teacher, studio at No. 
203, North College Avenue, Greencastle, Indiana. 

A-5. Lida Minchin (nee Bechelder). 

West Union, Iowa. 
Born in Greencastle, Indiana. Sister of 883, College of Liberal Arts. 
Married, February 19, 1898, to C. B. Minchin, at Greencastle, Indiana. 



296 DePauw University, 

CLASS OF 1891. 



A-6. Edith Lorima Bissell. 

Artist, California, Missouri. 
Born. June 27, 1874, in Coldwater, Michigan. 1895-98, post graduate 
work in Art in DePauw School of Art ; 1898. instructor in School of Art ; 
took work in German and Metaphysics, DePauw University. 

A-7. Anna Brown (nee Brown). 

Lafayette, Indiana. 



CLASS OF 1S93. 



A-8. Evalyn Ay res (nee Rutledge). 

Springfield, Illinois. 
Born, June 25, in Hillsboro, Illinois. Sister of M — 3G. Married, June 
14, 1893, to George E. Ayres. 

A-9. Lenore Brown (nee Boaz). 

Kokomo, Indiana. 
Writer of stories for Ladies' Home Journal. Youth's Companion, and 
other periodicals. 

A-10. Jennie McEwon (Mrs.). 

♦Aylmer, Ontario. 

A-11. Clelia Claudine Newcomer. 

Tipton, Indiana. 
B. L.. 1893. (See 1239, College of Liberal Arts.) 

A-12. Ida J. Ross (nee Brindel). 

Oswego, Kansas. 
Married. May 25, 1S87, to Sherman A. Ross. (See 1248, College of 
Liberal Arts.) 

A-13. M. S. Weston (nee Bovey). 

New Richmond. Indiana. 
Married, November 24, 1887, to Rev. Henry C. Weston, of Northwest 
Indiana conference. (See T-38.) 



CLASS OF 1894. 

A-14. Nannie Ayres. 

Bloomington, Indiana. 
Teacher of art in Southwestern Kansas College, Winfield. Kansas ; now 
teacher of Drawing in public schools of Bloomington, Indiana. 



The Alumni. 297 

A-15. Mattie L. Harvey. 

Trenton. Missouri. 
I!. L., 1804. (See 12S7. College of Liberal Arts.) 

A-16. Estella M. Short. 

Greencastle, Indiana. 
Born, August 1, 1875, in Rossville. Indiana. 1896, post graduate work 
in Derauw Art School. 

A-17. Bessie Minerva Smith. 

Art Teacher, Greencastle, Indiana. 
Horn, December 23, 1873. in Westfield. Indiana. Sister of 1384, Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts. Post graduate work, one year in DePauw. and one 
year in Chicago Art Institute ; at present, teacher in Art School. DePauw 
University. 



CLASS OF 1895. 



A-18. Laura S. Powell. 

Winchester. Indiana. 
P.orn. May 26, 1863. in Peru. Indiana. Married. October 7, 1883, to Rev. 
Sherman Powell. (See 1371, College Liberal Arts.) 

A-19. May Thompson. 

Marshall. Indiana. 
Teacher private class in art. 



CLASS OF 1896. 



A-20. Flora Nelson Sayers (nee Bridges). 
Waynesburg. Pennsylvania. 
P.. L. (See 1380, College of Liberal Arts.) 



CLASS OF 1897. 



A-21. Effie Alma Pattee. 

Greenfield, Indiana. 
Pli. P... 1808. (See 1557, College of Liberal Arts.) 



298 DePauw University. 

CLASS OF 1898. 



A-22. Nellie Frances Reed. 

Avon, Indiana. 
Born, July 6, 1875, in Avon, Indiana. 1898, post graduate work in cast 
and perspective in Chicago Art school. 

A-23. Edna Williams. 

Grandview, Iowa. 
Born, December 15, 1873, in Muscatine, Iowa. Sister of 1446, College 
of Liberal Arts. Post graduate work in Art school, Cornell College, Iowa ; 
teacher of drawing in public schools, Wapello, Iowa ; at present, engaged 
in painting and teaching art in Grandview, Iowa. 



CLASS OF 1900. 



A-24. Florence Adelpha Pruitt. 

Gree'ncastle, Indiana. 
Born, July 18, 1878, near Belle Union, Morgan county, Indiana. 

liana. 



Born, July 18, 1878. near Belle Union, Morgan county, 
gaged in teaching painting in Greencastle and Brazil, Indian 



7. HONORARY ALUMNI. 



1. ARTIUM MAGISTRI. 

John Law, Esq., (ad eundem gradum) , 1843 

Charles McHays, 1844 

Jessie H. Moore, 1846 

Henry J. Newell, 1849 

William Marshall, 1850 

Asbury O. Farnham, 1851 

Rev. S. M. Fellows, President Cornell College, Iowa, 1852 

Rev. S. T. Gillett, Chaplain U. S. Navy; S. E. Indiana Confer- 
ence (deceased), 1852 
Rev. Samuel Brenton (deceased), 1853 
Rev. John W. Locke (ad eundem gradum), President Brook- 



The Alumni. 299 

ville College; Professor Mathematics Indiana Asbury 

University; President McKendree College, 1854 

W. F. Beach. 1854 

E. H. Gray, (ad eundem gradum), 1854 

Rev. John F. Marlay, 1858 

William Birney, Esq., 1858 

Professor O. B. Munsell, Illinois Wesleyan University, 1858 
H. B. Thesin, 1858 

E. H. Wheeler, 1858 

Rev. J. W. Jackson, Chaplain United States Navy, 1858 

Rev. George W. Crawford (deceased), 1859 

W. C. Byford, M. D., 1859 

Rev. M. M. C. Hobbs, Indiana Conference, 1859 

Rev. A. D. Cunningham, 1859 

Rev. James M. Gunn, 1859 

Rev. Levi Tarr, Principal Danville Academy, 1859 

Rev. T. Mitchell, Principal Dickinson Seminary, 1860 

Rev. W. C. Pierce, Vice-President and Professor in Baldwin 

University, 1860 

Emanuel Marquis, Professor Modern Languages, The Indiana 

University, 1860 

Hamilton Hays, Esq., 1860 

Rev. T. G. Beharrel, Indiana Conference, 1860 

Rev. George Rice, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1864 

Rev. George P. Jenkins, S. E. Indiana Conference; President 

Moore's Hill College, 1865 

Rev. William H. Kincaid, Pittsburg Conference, 1866 

Henry Amber, Esq., Professor of Law, Iowa Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1867 
Rev. Leroy M. Vernon, Missionary to Italy, 1867 
Rev. J. H. Martin, Southeast Indiana conference; President 

Moore's Hill College; Superintendent Public Schools, 

Madison, Indiana, 1867 

Rev. B. F. Crary (ad eundem gradum), Editor California 

Christian Advocate, 1867 

Rev. B. Rush Cunningham, 1868 

Rev. William C. Mattison, Cincinnati Conference, 1868 

Rev. C. W. Clinton, Upper Iowa Conference, 1869 

Rev. John Baker, Wesleyan Conference, England, 1870 



300 DePauw University. 

Rev. N. L. Brakeman, Northwest Indiana Conference (de- 
ceased), 1870 
Rev. John G. Chafee, Southeast Indiana Conference, 1870 
Rev. Aaron Gurney, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1870 
Rev. Rufus D. Black, Southeast Indiana Conference, 1870 
Rev. W. H. Grim, Indiana Conference, 1871 
Rev. Abijah Marine, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1872 
Rev. S. Atkinson, Wesleyan Conference, England, 1872 
Rev. Isaac W. Joyce, Cincinnati Conference; Bishop M. E. 

Church, 1872 

Rev. R. M. Barnes, Illinois Conference, 1874 

Rev. Ezra Lathrop, Minnesota Conference, 1874 

Professor Charles Emmerick, Indianapolis High School, 1874 
Rev. Joseph Wood, Wesleyan Conference, England, 1875 

Rev. Augustus H. Tevis, California Conference, 1875 

Rev. L. G. Adkinson, Southeast Indiana Conference; Presi- 
dent New Orleans University, 1875 
Wilbur Clark Brockunier, Esq., Wheeling, W. Va., 1876 
Hon. William Irvin, Danville, Ind., 1876 
George W. Atkinson, Esq., Charleston, W. Va., 1876 
Hon. O. J. Smith, New York, 1877 
Rev. W. R. Halstead, M. S., Indiana Conference, 1877 
Rev. T. B. McManis, B. S., Northwest Indiana Conference, 1877 
Joseph Carhart, Professor of Elocution, Indiana State Nor- 
mal School; Professor in DePauw University, 1879 
Granville C. Moore, Esq., Professor of Law, DePauw Univer- 
sity, 1879 
J. H. Ellis, 1880 
Rev. Nathaniel A. Chamberlain, Colorado Conference, 1881 
Rev. James C. McCormick, Wisconsin Conference, 1881 
Hon. Thomas H. Patterson, Denver, Colo., 18S2 
Rev. John K. Pye, Southeast Indiana Conference (deceased), 1882 
Rev. John A. Rummer, Erie Conference, 1883 
Rev. Yancey B. Meredith. North Indiana Conference, 1883 
Professor Richard G. Boone, Superintendent of the Public 

Schools, Frankfort, 1884 

Rev. Robert Roberts, Southeast Indiana Conference, 1884 

Rev. John D. Walsh, Kentucky Conference, 1884 

Rev. John Morgan, President Whittier College, Iowa, 1885 

Rev. Henry M. Middleton. Northwest Indiana Conference, 1886 



The Alumni. 301 

James M. Beard, pro merito, 1887 

Joanna Baker, (ad eundem gradum), 1888 

Clinton Murphy, Rushviile, Intl., 1889 

Thomas H. Hawkins, M. D., Denver, Colo., 1889 

Professor Lewis H. Jones, Indianapolis, Ind., 1889 

E. S. Elder, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind., 1890 

Rev. Horatio N. Ogden, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1890 
Capt. William F. Spikgin, West Point, N. Y., 1890 

Professor Wesley Walker Norman, pro merito, (deceased), 1894 
Rev. James William Baker, pro merito, Indiana Conference, 1900 

2. divinitatls doctores. 

Edward Thompson, Bishop, Methodist Episcopal Church 

(deceased), 1846 

Jacob Young, (deceased) , 1853 

Solomon Howard, President Ohio University, 1853 

James V. Watson, Editor 'Northwestern Christian Advocate, 

(deceased), 1853 

John Wheeler, Professor of Latin, Indiana Asbury Univer- 
sity; President Baldwin University; President Iowa 
Wesleyan University, (deceased), 185S 

P. S. Donelson, President Ohio Wesleyan Female College, 

(deceased), 1859 

W. R. Davis, President of Baker University, 1S59 

E. E. E. Bragdon, A. M., Professor of English Literature, Indi- 
ana Asbury University; Professor of Ancient Languages, 
Genessee College (deceased), 1860 

J. F. Jacques, A. M., President of Illinois College, 1860 

Thomas H. Sinex (deceased), 1862 

John A. Gere, East Baltimore Conference, 1862 

William W. Patton, Chicago, President Howard College, 

D. C, 1863 

Frederick Upham, Providence Conference, 1863 

Henry C. Benson, Editor California Advocate, (deceased) , 1864 
Asbury Lowry, Editor Divine Life, 1865 

Isaac Owen, Agent Indiana Asbury University (deceased) , 1865 
Martin Clock Briggs, California Conference, 1865 

Robert Hatfield, Philadelphia Conference, 1866 

Augustus C. George, (deceased) , 1867 



302 DePauw University. 

John Sets, United States Minister to Liberia (deceased), 1867 
Benjamin Franklin Cocker, Professor of Mental and Moral 

Philosophy, University of Michigan (deceased), 1868 

William H. Goode, North Indiana Conference (deceased) , 1869 
Thomas H. Lynch, Southeast Indiana Conference, 1869 

C. N. Sims, New York Conference; Chancellor of Syracuse 

University, 1870 

Joseph Reed, Northwest Indiana Conference (deceased) , 1870 
F. A. Hester, Southeast Indiana Conference, 1870 

John A. Roach, M. D., 1870 

Shadrach L. Bowman, Professor Biblical Literature, Dickin- 
son College; Dean of School of Theology, DePauw Univer- 
sity, 1871 
Samuel Godfrey, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1871 
Lucius C. Matlack, Louisiana Conference (deceased), 1871 
H. W. Thomas, Rock River Conference, 1871 
W. McKendree Hester, Indiana Conference, 1872 
Levi Stevens Weed, New York Conference (deceased) , 1872 
Henry R. Naylor, Baltimore Conference, 1872 
Harrison Gilliland, Wisconsin Conference, 1872 
J. W. T. McMullen, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1874 
John Walker Jackson, Philadelphia Conference; United 

States Army, 1874 

Bishop Albert Carman, A. M., Canada, 1874 

J. R. Jacques, A. M., President of Albert College, Canada, 1875 
J. W. McDonald, A. M., Iowa Conference, 1875 

George B. Jocelyn, A. M., President of Albion College, Michi- 
gan (deceased), 1875 
George D. Watson, Indiana Conference, 1876 
Milton Mahin, North Indiana Conference, 1876 
M. H. Mendenhall, North Indiana Conference, 1877 
George L. Curtiss, A. M., Southeast Indiana Conference; Pro- 
fessor in Medical College of Indiana; Professor of His- 
torical Theology in DePauw University (deceased) , 1877 
Henry G. Jackson, A. M., Superintendent of South American 

Missions, Buenos Ayres, S. A., Rock River Conference, 1877 
James S. Waugh, Pres. of Wesley College, Melbourne, Aus- 
tralia, 1879 
Alexander McKay, President Belfast College, Ireland, 1879 
J. B. Robinson, A. M., President Onargo College, Illinois, 1879 



The Alumni. 303 

Hillary A. Gobin, A. M., Professor of Greek Language and 
Literature, Indiana Asbury University; President Baker 

University, 1880 

John Wallace Webb, A. M., Central New York Conference, 18S0 

Abijah Marine, A. M., Southeast Indiana Conference, 1880 

Joseph S. Woods, Indiana Conference (deceased) , 1881 

Allen A. Gee, Northwest Indiana Conference, (deceased) , 1SS1 

Willliam M. Zaring, Indiana Conference, 1881 
John P. D. John, Professor Applied Mathematics; President 

of DePauw University, 1882 

William H. H. Pillsbury, Iowa Conference, 1882 

John H. Cissel, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1882 

Aaron Turner, Indiana Conference, 1883 

Charles A. Brooke, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1883 
Isaiah Villars, Illinois Conference; President McKendree 

College, 1883 

John S. Tevis, Indiana Conference, 1883 

Henry Augustus Buchtel, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1884 

William W. Evans, Newark Conference, 1884 

A. J. Merchant, 1885 

C. G. Hudson, North Indiana Conference, Secretary, 1886 

Henry Baker, New York Conference, 18S6 

L. G. Adkinson, Southeast Indiana Conference, 1887 
George W. Baintjm, Pastor Presbyterian Church, Greencastle, 1887 

Doctor F. Barnes, 1887 

Samuel Beck, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1887 

William S. Birch, North Indiana Conference, 1887 

Marion M. Bovard (deceased), 1887 

George M. Boyd, Northwest Indiana Conference (deceased) , 1887 

Charles Wesley Buoy, Philadelphia Conference, 1887 

John G. Chaffee, Southeast Indiana Conference, 1887 

James H. Ford, North Indiana Conference, 1887 

Thomas A. Goodwin, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1887 

William H. Grim, Indiana Conference, 1887 

Thomas C. Iliff, Utah Mission. 1887 

John Kiger, Indiana Conference, 1887 

Robert N. McKaig, Minnesota Conference, 1887 

Thomas Stabler, North Indiana Conference, 18S7 

Jesse Bowman Young, Editor Central Christian Advocate, 1887 

William R. Halstead. Indiana Conference, 1888 



304 DePauw University. 

James Hill, Indiana Conference, 1888 
Feed C Iglehaet, New York Conference, 1888 
James W. Green, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1888 
Albinus A. Johnson, President Texas Wesleyan College, 1888 
Wilbur Fisk Walker, Missionary to China, 1889 
John A. Kummer, Erie Conference. 1889 
William Howard Hickman, President Clark University; At- 
lanta Ga., 1889 
Freeman Daily Bovard, Southern California Conference, 1890 
Frost Craft, Illinois Conference, 1890 
Rufus Haymond Wilkinson, Rock River Conference, 1890 
Salem B. Town, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1891 
Henry James Talbott, Indiana Conference, 1891 
Albert Hurlstone, Indiana Conference, 1892 
William A. Quayle, 1892 
Albert Sidney Embree, Kansas Conference, 1894 
Horace N. Herrick, North Indiana Conference, 1894 
Charles E. Bacon, Indiana Conference, 1896 
John Simison Howk, Jeffersonville, Ind., 1896 
William O. Shepard, Evanston, 111., 1896 
Edward T. Curnick, New England Southern Conference, 1897 
George E. Hill, 1897 
Russell D. Utter, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1897 
Almerin Wesley Lamport, North Indiana Conference, 1898 
Deloss M. Wood, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1898 
Frank Gillespie Browne, North Indiana Conference, 1899 
William D. Parr, North Indiana Conference, 1899 
Charles W. Lewis, Indiana Conference, 1899 
Edward B. Rawls, Indiana Conference, 1899 
George W. Switzee, Northwest Indiana Conference, 1900 



3. LEGUM DOCTORES. 

Hon. Richard W. Thompson, Secretary of the Navy, (de- 
ceased), 1846 

Daniel Reed, A. M., Professor of Ancient Languages, The In- 
diana University; President Missouri State University, 1853 

Hon. Neal Dow. member of Congress from Maine, (de- 
ceased), 1854 



The Alumni. 305 

Hon. Alexander C. Downey, Professor of Law, Indiana As- 
bury University; Judge of the Indiana Supreme Court; 
Dean School of Law, DePauw University, (deceased), 1858 
Hon. James Harlan, United States Senator; Secretary of the 

Interior, (deceased) , 1858 

Hon. Joseph A. Weight, Governor of Indiana; Minister to 

Prussia (deceased) , I860 

Hon. Samuel Galloway (deceased) , 1860 

Hon. Albert S. White, United States Senator, 1862 

Rev. Frederick Merrick, President of the Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity (deceased), 1864 
Hon. Albert G. Porter, Comptroller of the United States 
Treasury; Governor of Indiana; Minister to Italy (de- 
ceased), 1870 
Phillip G. Gillette, Superintendent Illinois Institution for 

Deaf and Dumb, 1871 

Hon. Newton Booth, Governor of California; United States 

Senator (deceased), 1872 

Professor William Wells. A. M., Union College, 1875 

Professor J. W. Dodd. A. M., Frankfort, Ky., 1877 

Hon. George Vail Howk, Judge of the Indiana Supreme 

Court, 1879 

Hon. Asa Iglehart, Trustee of DePauw University (de- 
ceased), 1879 
William J. Milne, President Geneseo State Normal School, 

New York, 1880 

John Fletcher Hurst. Bishop of Methodist Episcopal Church, 1880 
Hon. Will Cumhack, Lieutenant-Governor of Indiana, 1881 

Rev. Thomas Bond Wood, Missionary to Peru, 1882 

Rev. Charles N. Sims, Chancellor of Syracuse University, 1883 
Hon. William A. Woods, Judge of the United States District 

Court, 1883 

Hon. Daniel W. Voorhees, United States Senator (deceased) , 1884 
Hon. J. A. S. Mitchell, 1887 

William H. Larrabee, 1888 

Alexander C. Stevenson (deceased), 1888 

Professor William Trickett, Dickinson College, Carlisle, 

Pa., 1889 

Seth C. Chandler, Cambridge, Mass., 1891 

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30G DePauw University. 

Hon. Edwin Holland Terrell, United States Minister to Bel- 
gium, 1892 
Hon. Robert Roberts Hitt, United States Representative, 1894 
Hon. John H. Baker, Indianapolis, Ind., 1895 
Rev. Henry A. Buchtel, A. M., D. D., Chancellor of the Uni- 
versity of Denver, 1900 

4. medicinae doctores. 

M. S. Saylor. 1851 

H. E. Cowgill, 1851 
O. L. Clark, _ 1851 

J. G. D. Pettijoiin {ad eundem), 1851 

W. T. S. Cornett, 1852 

D. Todd. 1852 
H. E. Talbott {deceased), 1852 
C. D. Pearson {deceased), 1852 

5. PIIILOSOPHIAE DOCTORES. 

Rev. Wesley J. Spaulding, President Iowa Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1865 
Charles F. Himes, Professor of Dickinson College, 1866 
Joseph Tingley, Professor of Natural Science, Indiana As- 

bury University, 1871 

Samuel Allan Lattimore, Professor of Greek, Indiana As- 
bury University; Professor of Chemistry, University of 
Rochester, 1873 

Rev. T. M. Gatch, A. M., President of Willamette College, 1874 
S. H. Deneen, A. M., Professor Latin and History, McKendree 

College, 1876 

E. E. Edwards, A. M., Professor Natural Science, McKendree 

College; President of the Colorado Agricultural College, 1877 
James C. Foye, A. M., Professor Lawrence University, 1881 

James H. "Worm an, Professor Boston University, 1882 

John Mickleborough, Cincinnati, Principal Cincinnati Train- 
ing School, 1882 
Charles J. Little, A. M., Professor Dickinson College; Pro- 
fessor Syracuse University, 1882 
Louis Richard Klemm, Cincinnati, 1883 



The Alumni. 307 

James Baldwin, pro merito. Superintendent of the Rushville 

Public Schools, 1884 

William E. Brandt, M. D.. pro merito, Washington, D. C, 1884 
Felix T. McWhirter, A. M., pro merito, DePauw University, 18S6 
John Brewer De Motte, pro merito, DePauw University, 1887 
Ebmina M. Fai.eass, pro merito, 1888 

Uichiro Sasamori. pro merito, 1S93 

6. LEGUM BACCALAUBEUS. 

Hon. Milton A. Osbobn, A. M., Greencastle, 1874 

7. SCIENTIAE MA6ISTER. 

Lieutenant William R. Hamilton, U. S. A., 1881 



GENERAL SUMMARY. 



I. GRADUATE ALUMNI : 

Asbury College of Liberal Arts, 

School of Medicine, 

School of Law, 

School of Theology, 

School of Music, 

School of Art, 



Counted twice 



II. HONORARY ALUMNI 
Artium Magistri, 
Medicinas Doctores, 
Legum Baccalaureus, 
Divinitatis Doctores, 
Philosophise Doctores, 
Legum Doctores, 
Sciential Magister, 



No. of 


No. of 


Classes. 


Graduate: 


61 


1,698 


3 


40 


18 


187 


15 


60 


14 


43 


10 


24 


121 


2,052 




91 



1,961 



Counted twice, 



84 

8 

1 

114 

18 

32 

1 

258 

4 



Total Graduate and Honorary Alumni, 
^Counted twice, 



254 

2,215 

50 



Net total of Alumni, 



-'Graduates who afterward received Honorary Degrees. 



>,165 



SOCIETY OF ALUMNI OF DePAUW UNIVERSITY. 



Officers. 

Minetta T. Taylor, A. M., Pres. 

H. B. Londgen, A. M., 1st V. P. R, H. Crouch, A. M., 2nd V. P. 

Mary B. Wright, A. M., Secy. Silas A. Hays, A. M., Treasurer. 



PARTIAL INDEX BY PLACES. 



Anderson, Indiana. 

1859. William Green Burnett. 

1869. John Wood Lovett. 

3873. Oliver Harrison Blacklidge. 

1877. Francis Asbury Walker. 
1879. John Fletcher McClure. 
18>-2. Albert Armstrong Small. 
1883. Azariah Lorraine Doss. 

Edgar Eugene Hendee. 

1887. John Marshall Gassell. 
Charles Haven Neff. 

1888. William Wabash Kneale. 
1892. Nellie Barbara Fatout. 
1895. Albert Welker Collins. 
1S99. Ray Charles Haynes. 
1900. Joseph Pulse. 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

18(1-1. George W. Griffin. 

1874. Minnie Hovt Brown. 

1878. Rollo M. Thomas. 

1879. Arthur C. Hamilton. 
Nellie Hoyt Morgan. 

1881. Frank (iillespie Browne. 

1882. Harry Lincoln (iordon. 

1883. Edwin Lincoln Martin. 
18SS. Marx Briedenbach. 
1891. Orville Frank Dwyer. 

Chicago. 
1819. Isaac Reynolds Hitt. 
18-M. Willis Martin Hitt. 
18.5:5. John Hitt. 
1&i6. John Milton Olcott. 
1859. Henry 8. Albin. 

James Boone Hill. 
lS'.l. Edward J. Whitehead. 
1862. Henry Godden Jackson. 

MatsonHill. 
1865. David Gilbert Hamilton. 
18t8. William Franc-is Black. 
1874 Hubert Marshall Skinner. 

Andrew Henry Yount. 

Mary 8. Yount. 

1875. James Audubon Burhans. 
Cornelius Huffer Martin. 

1877. John Samuel Goodwin. 
Silas Tevis Richman. 

1880. Lincoln Brooke. 
Laura Kelly Pruitt. 

1882. Margaret Noble Lee. 
Andrew James Pruitt. 

1883. William Ransdall Goodwin. 
Theodore Lee Neff. 
Charles Littell Urmston. 

1885. Harry Lincoln Sayler. 

Edgar Simpson Sheridan. 
Joseph Elmer Stephenson. 



1887. Charles Walker Farr. 
Thomas J Jackson. 
Mary Ridpath Mann. 
Miles Fletcher Moore. 

1888. Charles Edward Dixon. 
Harvey Lantz. 

John Howard McElroy. 

1889. Ethel Sutherlin Bergey. 
George A. Brinkman. 
Nelson A. Hetherington. 
John Luther Jackson. 
Charles Wesley Mann. 
William Dana Wilcox. 
James Herbert Wilkerson. 
Mary Roth Wilkerson. 

1890. Maude Fulkerson Bower. 
Horace Lycurgus Burr. 
Worth Ernest Caylor. 
Addison Webster Moore. 
Roy Owen West. 

1891. Edgar Everett Rhodes. 
Lewis S. Dalton. 

1892. Thaddeus Stevens Allee. 
Robert Reiger Jones. 
Ella Adams Moore. 
Ernest Sisson Moore. 

1893. Hugh Holland Hadley. 
Augustus Kelly. 
Margaret Jean" Patterson. 
Frederick H. Sears. 

1S94. Thomas Reiil Crowder. 

Zella Marshall. 

Lee Dowling Mathias. 
1895. Charles Augustus Cooper. 

Oenda Lawrence Fulwider. 

Josephine A. Binyon. 

1897. Samuel Nathaniel Deinard. 
Nellie Elvira Meader. 
Wallace Bruce Wolff. 

1898. Madge Dorian Headley. 
1900. Emmett Monroe Jackson. 

Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

1847. William H. Durham. 

1**58. Francis M Dice. 

18r.9 Melville Wesley Brunei-. 

1872. James Earle Evans. 

1877. Maggie Purviance Brunei-. 

1885. Emerson E. Ballard. 

1SH4. Henry Levi Davis. 

Denver, Colorado. 

1857. Wilbur Fisk Stone. 
1K72. Henry Augustus Buchtel, 
1st:!. Mary Stevenson Buchtel. 
1875. Charles Augustus Murray. 
1877. Milton J. Stair. 

Thomas Albert I'zzell. 



110 



DePauw University. 



Denver — Continued. 

1878. John Wallace Springer. 

1887. Elmer Ellsworth Whitted. 

1888. Charles Warren Everett. 
1891. Halstead Lockvrood Ritter. 
1898. Herbert W. Slowthower. 

Evansville, Indiana. 

John Eugene Iglehart. 
Henry James Talbott. 
William Marion Akin. 
Emma Blake Young. 
William A. Hester. 
Eleanor Iglehart. 
Walter Mark Wheeler. 
Minnie Haskell Wheeler. 
Orville Webster McGinnis. 
Elmer Q. Loekyear. 
James Tipton Cutler. 
Allan Buchanan. 
Eugene Holt Iglehart. 
Mary Hewitt Talbott. 
Sarah Yiekery. 
Feme Wood. 
Frank Wheeler Hornbrook. 

napolis, Indiana. 

Thomas Aikin Goodwin. 
John William Ray. 
William Holman DeMotte. 
John Stevenson Tarkington, 
Benjamin Wilson Smith. 
David A. Robertson. 
Upton John Hammond. 
Allen W. Prather. 
Thomas E. Johnson. 
J. W. Armstrong. 
Eli F. Ritter. 
Martin Lemuel Wells. 
Charles W. Smith. 
William Andrew Wilkins. 
Henry Clay Allen. 
David Jeffries Eastburn. 
Moses Glenn McLain. 
Cornelius Dakin Browder. 
Hervey Bates Fatout. 
Benjamin Franklin French. 
William Riley Halstead. 
Wilbur Fisk Browder. 
Ellen J. Browder. 
Albert Butler Cole. 
Agnes R. Rankin. 
Louisa M. Rankin. 
John Steele Berryhill. 
Lycurgus P MeCormaek. 
Newton Marshall Taylor. 
John William Tomlinson. 
Mary L. Berryhill. 
Amandus Newton Grant. 
David Kirkpatrick Partlow. 
Charles Albert Dryer. 
Thomas Mayo Bosson. 
William Bosson, Jr. 
Walter Parks Hanna. 
Anna L. Morrison. 
Edward Barrette Rawls. 



1868. 
1873. 

1878. 

1880. 
1882. 
1887. 
1.S88. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 

1897. 



1899. 

India 

1840. 

1848. 
1849. 
1852. 
1855. 
1857. 
1858. 
1859 
1860 
1861. 
1863. 

1867. 



1871. 



1872. 



1874 



1875. 
1876. 



1877. 



1878, 
1879. 



1880. 
1881. 



1882, 



1*83, 
18*5. 



1886. 



1888, 



1889, 



1890. 



1891 



1892 



Charles Edgar Bacon. 
Eddy Morris Campbell. 
James Henry Taylor. 
John Franklin Carson. 
Mary Corwin. 
Ellison Fish. 
Augustus Lynch Mason. 
Edward Leander Mick. 
Susan E. Bosson. 
Charles Franklin Coffin. 
Samuel Brenton Grimes. 
Henry Ward Ridpath. 
Oscar T. Smythe. 
Nellie O. Lockridge. 
Worth Merritt. 
Charles Nebeker Thompson. 
Francis Barbour Wynn. 
Albert J. Beveridge. 
John William Clark. 
Samuel Elbert Crose. 
William Henry Jordan. 
Frank Charles Payne. 
Clifton Rogers Cameron. 
Erastus Milton Eisenbeiss. 
Squire Robert Greer. 
Cassius C. Hadley. 
Wirt Cordry Smith. 
John Lee Benedict. 
Oliver Howard Carson. 
Schuyler Adam Haas. 
Arthur Everett Larsh. 
Margaret P. Ludlow. 
Thomas Ewing Smiley. 
Wymond Joe Beckett. 
Harry Bowser. 
Mary R. Langsdale. 
Ross Smiley Ludlow. 
Douglass K Armstrong. 
Charles Post Benedict. 
Lissa Bowser. 
John W. J. Collins. 
Francis Orville Hester. 
Harry Mason Johnson. 
William H. Latta. 
Edwin B Pugh. 
John William Sluss. 
Romus F. Stuart. 
Willits A. Bastian. 
Howard Milton Briceland. 
Herbert Hunt. 
John W. Layne. 
Frank Leslie Littleton. 
William Oscar Moore. 
Edward Wilder Stuckey. 
Arthur J. Taylor. 
Merle N. A. Walker. 
Albert Maynard Cole. 
Henry Hallam Hornbrook. 
Homer I. Jones. 
Haleyone McCurdy. 
Lucia Holiday Ray. 
Earl Carlton Smith. 
Myrtle Smyser. 
Ernest Frank Brown. 
George Chambers Calvert. 
Permelia C. Deerhake. 
Henry McCabe Dowling. 
John E. Higdon. 



Alumni — Place Index. 



311 



Indianapolis— Continued. 

1893. Edwin Stanton Knox. 

Caleb Newell Lodge. 

Benjamin Clay Miller. 

Theophilus John Moll. 

George Frederick Mull. 

Ida Blanche Weaver 

Larz Augustus Whitcomb. 

T. Wilson Annabal. 
1801. Alfred Emil Dickey. 

Mary G. Hornbrook. 

Orlando Buff lies. 

Frederick A. Likely. 

Hoyt Newton McClain. 

James Matlock Ogden. 

Henry Brown Patton. 

Frank Andrew Preston. 

Edward Benjamin Raub. 

Marie Folk Bitter. 
1895. George Alonzo Abbott. 

Edith Tully Beck. 

Grace Carter Da\ is. 

Mary Deborah Elliott. 

Lillian .Smith McClain. 

Etoscoe H. Ritter. 

Albert Preston Smith. 
18?6. Elsie Florence Applegate. 

Blanche Walton Cox. 

James Lathrop Gavin. 

Harry Kemper Langdon. 
ISO". Edgar Lee Davis. 

George Louis Deerhake. 

Edgar Elwood Evens. 

Rebecca A. Insley. 

Lynn Banks McMnllen. 

Samuel Kenly Ruiek. 

Hattie Marv Tutewiler. 
18S9. Lena Maude Byrd. 

Mary Levira Deputy. 

George Elbert Farrar. 

Clara Elizabath Mcintosh. 

Frederic Austen Ogg. 

William Otto Rudy. 
1900. Emma Tweed Browder. 

Ferde Elliott Fisher. 

Dwight S. Ritter. 

Walter B. Stoner. 

Kansas City, Missouri. 

1858. Luther O. Slavens. 

1859. John W. L Slavens. 
1865. Edwin I. Farnsworth. 
18t!9. William JefTerson Yaies. 
1873. John Chalmers Hall. 
1*77. Jay H. Neff. 

1879. Frank Lucas Hall. 

1881. William Thome Neff. 

1882. Thomas O. Cunningham ( Ks.) 
1885. Wilbur W. Fisk (Fans.) 

1888. Harry Ellsworth DuBois. 
1900. Mary Belle Stewart. 

Kokomo, Indiana. 

1808. James Finlev Elliott. 
1872. John Oscar Henderson. 



1*74. William David Tarr. 
1889. Asher Shepley Preston. 

1893. William Harrison. 

1894. William E Sollenberger. 
Charles Oren Willits. 

1897. Dorie Victor Williams. 

Lafayette, Indiana. 

1849. John Moore LaRue. 
1857. Edwin P. Hammond. 
1862. Samuel Godfrey. 
1871 Watson Clark McKaig. 

1877. William Fleming Stillwell. 

1878. Melville Winans Miller. 
1881. George W. Switzer. 

Roger Sherman Tea. 
1887. George Frederick Keiper. 
1891. Russell Kenneth Bedgood. 
1894. Thomas W. Field. 
1899. Charles Lingle Woodfield. 

Los Angeles, California. 

1855. Melville C. Hester. 

1856. William Rees Goodwin. 
1800. Robert E Curran. 
1873. Jennie Allen Bovard. 

1876. Alice Botkin Bien. 

1877. Patrick Henry Bodkin. 
Emiline B Bodkin. 

1881. Nathaniel P. Conrey. 
John Keck Urmston. 
1881. Tamar Gray Cole. 

1887. William Parker Mooney. 

1888. Kate Stone Mooney. 
1894. Lee A. Phillips. 
1897. Edith Coffin. 



Marion, Indiana. 



1874. 
1878. 
1882. 
1887, 
1888. 
1892. 
1894, 



189."). 
1896, 
1898. 
1899 



William Flynn. 
Mattias Addison Hester. 
William Henrv Charles. 
Thomas D. Tharp. 
Orio Leland Cline. 
Nellie Pauline Kimball. 
Max Dallas Aber. 
John Elmer McMnllen. 
Cora Bennett Stephenson. 
Mary Wright Aber. 
Frank Mann Life. 
Willard Beharrell Gemmill. 
Orin DeMotte Walker. 



Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

1854. Noah Lathrop. 
1872. LaFayette Foster Cole. 
1874. August Werneke Daniels. 
l!-82. Joseph Eugene Crews. 

Frank Melville Joyce. 

Jessie Birch Joyce. 
1886. Alva Roy Scott. 

1888. Roda Kelly Wallace. 

1889. Edw. Thompson Teitsworth. 



312 



DePauw University. 



Muncie, Indiana. 

1853. Charles W. Moore. 
18*57. Ralph Shaw Gregory. 

1872. Marcus 8. Clavpool. 

1873. Henry Clay Darnall. 
1887. John Fielding Meredith. 
1890. Elmer Ellsworth Botkin. 
1891 George Alexander Caldwell. 

1895. Walter Evans Erwin. 
Maria Nettie Wood 

1898. Evelyn Mae Fullhart, 

1899. William Herbert Thompson. 
Herman Goodwin Porter. 

1900. Marian Wood. 

New Albany, Indiana. 

1844. William J. Sinex. 

1848. William McKendree Hester. 

1874. Noble Duncan Morris. 

1879. Newland T. DePauw. 

1880. Charles Washington DePatiw 

1881. Lewis David Moore. 
1886. John Emory Steele. 

1896. Ben E. Rowe. 
Prank Ingold Walker. 

1897. Charles Albert Prosser. 
1900. Earl Cranston Walker. 

New York City. 



1855. 
1862. 
1874. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 

1887. 
1890. 



1893. 



1894. 

1807, 
1809. 



John P. Rous. 
Orlando J. Smith. 
William Oscar Wheeler. 
Paul Wilcox. 
James A. Scott. 
Charles Emory Finney. 
Winthorp E. Scarritt. 
Samuel Logan Brengle. 
Charles Sumner Olcott. 
Charles Wesley Zarlng. 
Aaron I. Dotey. 
Daniel T. Macbougall. 
Guy Morrison Walker. 
Minnie Royse Walker. 
John Ingle, Jr. 
E. Jean Penfleld. 
Frederic Prass Stauffer. 
William Arthur Whitcomb. 
Garrett DeGraff Cooper. 
Arthur Barnett Jackson. 



Richmond, Indiana. 

1871. Francis A. Friedly. 
1874. John vUlliani Barnes. 

1888 Roscoe Everett Kirkman. 

1889 Walter Scott Davis. 
Wilbur Adrian Fisk. 

1890. William A. Bond. 

1891. Stephen S. Strattan, Jr. 
1893. George Edward Hill. 

St. Louis, Missouri. 

I860. William H. F. Randall. 
1808. Charles Gideon Bowman. 
1869. Louis Nahm. 



1877. 



1S89. 
1890. 

1891. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1899. 
1900. 



Isaac Gardner Brown. 
George Webster Corwin. 
Horace WebbTingley. 
Charles Washington Gibert. 
Paul Morgan Miller. 
Mary Nutt Miller. 
Charles Alfred Houts. 
Joseph Alexander Wright. 
Emerson Everett Schnepp. 
Claude Dudley Hall. 
Percy Hypes Swahlen. 
Matilda Bowman. 



South Bend, Indiana. 

1870. John Brownfleld, Jr. 
1874. James Winfield Walker. 

Deloss M. Wood. 
18S4. Wilbert Ward. 

1886. James Garland Campbell. 
1891. Joseph Edgar Neff. 

1894. Alta Louise Dale. 

1895. Lillian Beeson Brownfield. 

1896. Ada Calista Campbell. 

Terre Haute, Indiana. 

1847. William Henry Daniels. 
1852. John Daniel Chestnut. 
Milton Stapp Durham. 
1857. I. N. Pierce. 

1867. Richard StacusTennant. 

1871. Albert Brown Hussong. 
Henry Jefferson Shaffer. 

1S74. Horace C. Pugh. 

Walker Schell. 
1877. George W. Faris. 
1879. William Irwin Overstreet. 
1881. Robert John Smith. 

1887. Arthur Cunningham. 
1889. Oscar H. Berry. 

John E Cox. 
1891. Elizabeth Austin Rose. 
1894 De Ella Brown. 

Max Ehrmann. 

Frank Wilson Gee. 

Clarence Arthur Royse. 

Charlotte Miller Self. 

1895. James Athenian Cooper, Jr. 
Anna Blanche Sankey. 
Edward Seits Shumaker. 

1896. Anna M. Hayward. 

1897. Carrie Patterson Talley. 

1898. Laura Canady Hlxson. 
Homer Beeson Talley. 

1899. John Mitchell Harper. 
Frederick Whitlo Hixson. 

1300. George Mortimer Faris. 
William W. Williams. 

Topeka, Kansas. 

1868. John Frazer Westerfield. 

1869. Thomas Wise Durham. 
1886 Leonard Sumner Ferry. 
1894. Thomas E Stephens. 

1900. Lawrence R. Cartwright. 



INDEX OF ALUMNI. 



(*Maiden names of married women are marked with an asterisk 
Theology Schools are indicated by lettered numbers.) 



Art, Law, Music and 



Nam?:: 



Abbott, F. L. . 
Abbott, G. A. . 
Abbott. M . . . 
-Abbott, M. 8 . 
Aber, M. D. . . 
Aber, M. W. . . 
Abercrombie, J 
Adams, J. M. . 
"Adams, E. E . 
*Adamson, A. R 
Adkinson, A. W 
Adkinson, L. G 
Akin, W, M. . . 
Albin, H. S. . . 
Albin, J. T. . . 
Albin, VV. M. 
Alexander, W. G 
Allan, J. F. . . 
Allee, J. P . . . 
Allee, T. S. 
*Alleman, L. B. 
■•Alien, A. B . . 
*Allen, A. H. . 
Allen. A. P. . . 
*Allen, A. S . . 
Allen, B. M. . . 
Allen, C. B. . . 
Allen, F . . . . 
Allen, H. C. . . 
*Allen, J. B . . 
Allen, J. E. . . 
Allen, J. N. . . 
Allen, J. P. . . 
Allen, L. \V . . 
Allen, M. A . . 
Allen, T. I). . . 
Allen, K. N. • . 
Alspaugh, L. . 
Amber, H . . . 
Ammerman, C. 
Angleton, J. A. 
Anderson, C. L 
Anderson, F. . 
Anderson, F. E 
Andrews, A. C. 
Annabal,T. W. 
Antrim, E. I. . 
Arbuc-kle, .1. \V. 
Armstrong, D. K. 
Armstrong, J. C. 
""Armstrong, .1. F 






3 Si 

a L3 



1889 

1895 
1893 

1891 
1894 
1895 

is;..-, 

1886 

1892 
1877 
187tj 
1887 
1878 
1859 
1872 
1849 
1893 
1867 
1875 
1S92 
1891 
1871 
1*73 
1853 
1889 
1898 

1897 
1888 
1869 
1873 
1893 

ISN'.I 

1897 
1990 
1891 
1891 
1869 
191 II) 

1867 
1892 

1892 
1852 

1900 
1887 
1898 
1894 

1889 
1892 
lss9 
1S99 
1897 



177 

220 

204 

190 

212 

220 

220 

160 

202 

118 

109 

303 

120 

58 

91 

42 

205 

72 

104 

198 

191 

86 



289 

242 

234 

172 

79 

95 

205 

177 

234 

254 

212 

190 

79 

254 



y A 



193 
201 
228 
1508 
1627 
719 

1393 

350 

680 

8 

H 

H 

T-4 

404 

1007 

1006 
440 
302 
A-8 

A-14 
881 



L-41 

A -5 
883 
£87 
1582 
1008 
1205 
1628 
H 
1520 
588 
919 
H 

H 



1009 

152 



443 
232 



535 
H 



Names. 



Armstrong, J. W. 
Armstrong, I 
Armstrong, A\ 
-Arnold, E. T 
Arnold, F. A. 
Arnold, T . . 
Apperson, J. H. 
Applegate, E. F 
Art, W. T . 
Asbury, C. E 
Ash, 0. H. P. 
Atkinson, G. W 
Atkinson, S . 
Augustus, H. C 
■••■Austin, L. R 
Axtell,F. 8 . 
Axtell, \V. H. 
Aver, O. W. . 
Ayers, 8. D. . 
Ayres, E. R . 
Ayres, N. 
Ayres, W. T . 

B. 

Baber, A. G . . . 
-Bachelder, L. M 
Bachelder, M. M. 
Bacon, C. E . . 
Bacon, R. F . . 
Bacon \V. . . . 
Baer, 8. W. . . 
Bailor, G. W. . 
Bainum, G. \Y. 
Baggerly, D. W 
Baker, 0. 8 . . 
Baker, G. B . . 
Baker, J .... 
Baker. J . . . . 
Baker, .1. H . . 
Baker H. . . 
Baker, ,T. W . . 
Baker, M. . . 
Baker, O. H . . 
Baker, P. H . . 
Baker. P. 8. . 
Baldwin. J. . . 
Ballard, A. W . 
Ballard, E. E 
Ballingal. 8. A. 
Banta, J. Q. A . 
Barker, .T. C . 
Barnes. D. F. . 



. D 



Ph.D 



■A 3 



1861 
1862 
1864 
1S97 
1900 
1882 
1851 
1896 
1871 
1881 
1842 
1876 
1872 
1889 
1872 
1889 
1889 
1874 
1869 
1893 
1894 
1886 



1860 

1891 
1886 

1878 
1899 
1889 
1893 
1900 
1887 
1898 
1878 
1887 
1870 
1888 
1895 
1886 
1900 
ls89 
1858 
1850 
1874 
1884 
1S65 
] 685 
1842 

1S.VJ 

1S77 
1887 



314 



DePauw University 



Names 



Barnes, G. D. . 
Barnes, J. H. . 
Barnes, J. W . 
Barnes, R. M . 
Barnes, W. H 
Barnett, G. W . 
Barnett, L. A . 
Barnett. M . . 
Barnett. M. A 
Barnhart, E. R 
Barrows, F. I . 
Bartholomew, O 
Bartholomew, V\ 
Bartl, T . . . . 
Bartlett, O. I . 
Bartrow, E. C. L 
Barwick. J. S . 
'Barwick, M. W 
Bassett, C. C . 
Bassett, L. C . 
Bassett, L. P. . 
Bassett, >L A . 
Bassett, T. J. . 
Bastain, \V. A. 
"Basye, B. G . . 
Basye, C. Yv . . 
: =Basye, E. P . . 
Basye, O. 
Batterson, YV . 
Baxter. J. R . . 
Baxter, \V. F . 
'Bayne, O. J . . 
Beach, W. F . . 
Beall, A. K . . 
Beals, H. L . . 
Beals, H. S . . 
Beard, C. A . . 
Beard, F. M . . 
Beard, J, M . . 
Beard, J. N . . 
Beard, M. R. . 
Beasley, A. W . 
Beasley, J. W . 
Beattv. J. A . . 
Beck, E. T. . . 
Beck, J. \V. . . 

Beck, S 

Beckett, M. J. . 
Beckett, W. J . 
Bedgood, R. K 
Beeks, G. C . . 
Beem, L. A . . 
Beeson, J. E. . 
Beharrell. T. G 
Bellamy, F. J . 
Bellamy, J. F 
Bellamy, 0. R. 
Belles, J. T 
Benedict, C. P. 
Benedict. J. L. 



fc'SS 



LL. 



LL 



M, D 

LL.B 
A. M 



M. D. 



1874 
1900 

:^T4 

1874 
1854 
1877 
1873 
1877 
1871 
1893 
1897 
1859 
1867 
lb69 
1894 
1893 
1811 
>- • 
1898 
1897 
1894 
1878 
1875 
1891 
1896 
1898 
1891 
1896 
1S5S 
1855 
1881 
1891 
1854 
1877 
1886 
1895 
1898 
1892 
1887 
1891 
>.•: 

1858 

1867 
1885 
1895 

1878 
1687 
1885 
1888 
1891 
1850 
1898 
1888 
1860 
1860 
1859 
1878 
1851 
1889 
1887 



99 
254 

99 
300 

49 
113 

94 
113 

86 
278 
235 

58 

72 

79 
212 
278 

183 
243 
235 
212 
120 
104 
190 
229 
243 
19a 
228 
56 
51 
132 
193 
299 
113 
161 
221 
243 
198 
301 
190 
235 
56 

l-=4 
221 
12'i 
303 
154 
172 
190 
261 
243 
172 
299 
61 

120 

262 
178 
165 



655 

539 

T-8 

1231 

829 

L-113 

L-l 

10 

1395 

1269 

M-4 

L-15 

1011 

411 

444 

1012 

1050 

75 

371 

830 

831 

968 

969 

1247 

127 

885 

513 

194 

T-40 

1096 

1097 

M-28 

1336 

M-26 

63 

155 

736 

1583 

H 

H 

A-6 

T-34 

H 

275 

886 

413 

383 

887 

1453 

621 

M-14 

384 

412 

1337 

622 

1183 

1338 

A-9 

541 

540 



Names. 



Benjamin, R. S 
Bennett, A . . 
Bennett, A. L . 
Bennett, C. 8 . 
Bennett, C. Vv', 
Bennett, L. E . 
Bennett, T. W. 
Benson, H. C . 
Bentley, J. E . 
Bentley, L. C . 
Bergey, E. S. . 
Berkshire, J. G 
Berry, O. H . 
Berryhill, J. S. 
Berryhill, M. L 
Best, R. C . . . 
Best, R. W. . . 
Beswick, J. A . 
: Bes\viek. L . . 
Bever, H. W. . 
Beveridge. A. J 
Biekel, J. C . . 
Bickford. J. H 
: Bicknell, M. R 
Biddle, W. B 
Biddle, W. S. 
Bien,A. B . . 
Bigney, P. M 
Bills. J. O . . 
Binklev, H. C 
Binkley, L. S 
Binvon. J. A. 
Birch, G. YV . 
Birch, H. H . 
Birch, J . . . 
Birch, J . . . 
-Birch, J. J. . 
Birch, M. K. 
Birch, W. S . 
Birney, \Y . . 
Bissell, E . . 
Black, H.J . 
Black, R. D . 
Black, W. F. 
Blackford, F. P 
Blacklidge, O. H 
Blackstock, J . 
Blackstock, I B 
Blackwelder, F. 
Blake, E. Y . . 
Blake, P. N . . 
Blake. R. B . . 
Blake, W. McK 
Bly, F. H . . . 
Boatman, J. A. 
Boatman, N. B 
Boatright, J. YY 
Boaz. L. B . . 
Bodkin, E. A . 
Bodkin. P. H . 



S. T. 



LL. 
D. 



LL. 



B. 



S. 1 
A. 



. B. 

M. 



Alumni — Index. 



$15 



2 



1523 

1454 

L-97 

H 

40 

T-24 

682 

514 

515 

516 

517 

478 

513 

541 

1051 

1206 

479 

415 

414 

1052 

1207 

T-25 

542 

1339 

1053 

276 

64 

1630 

H 

T-26 

970 

1013 

1586 

H 

1270 

1014 

1526 

-1455 
H 
H 

353 

186 
352 
832 
757 

H 

1098 
1208 

44. r i 
758 

823 
1380 

833 

1054 

1099 

H 

648 



Names. 



Bohn, J. C. . 
Bohn, 8. H. . 
Bond, W. A. 
Boone, R. G. 
Booth, N. . . 
Borton, E. S. 
Bosson, S. E. 
Bosson, T. M. 
Bosson, W. . 
Boston, C. E. . 
Boston, J. G. . 
Boston, W. S. . 
'Botkin, A. B. . 
Botkin, E. B. . 
Botkin, E. E. . 
Bourne, E. . . 
Bovard, F. D. . 
Bovard, J. A - 
Bovard, M. McK 
Bower, M. F. . 
Bower, O. S. . 
Bowers, D. . . 
Bowers, H. \V. 
Bowers, J. \V. . 
Bowers, W. O. 
Bowman, C. G. 
Bowman, E. N. 
Bowman, M. . 
Bowman, 8. L. 
Bowman, W. P. 
Bowser, H. . . 
Bowser, L. . . 
Boyd, C. L. . . 
Boyd, G. M. . . 
Boyd, J. M. . . 
Boyd, T. C, . . 
Boyd, W. A. . . 
Bozeman, M. C. 
Bradshaw, E. M 
Bragdon, E. E. E 
Brakeman, N. L 
Brandt. W. E. 
Brant, A. O. . . 
Brant, J. E. . . 
Brant, T. J. . . 
Breidenbach, M 
Brengle, 8. L. . 
Brentain, \V. H. 
Brenton, 8. . . 
Brieeland, H. M 
Bridge, CJ. 8. A. 
Bridges, A. F. . 
Bridges, C, 8. . 
Bridges, F. M. 
►Bridges, F. N. 
Bridges, J. B. . 
Briggs.A. T. . 
Briggs, A. A. 
Briggs, M. C. . 
Brighton, H. H. 



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LL. D 

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D. D. 



O 



1898 

1S97 
1890 
1884 
1846 
1892 
18X1 
1X76 
1876 
1876 
1876 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1S90 
1893 
1875 
1873 
1873 
1890 
1893 
1892 
1877 
1895 
1890 
1868 
1849 
1900 
1871 
1892 
1888 
1889 
1899 
1887 
1850 
1894 
18S9 
1898 
1897 
1860 
1870 
1884 
1871 
I860 
1871 
1885 
1883 
1852 
1853 
1891 
1893 
1874 
1883 
1885 
1895 
1885 
1890 
1891 
1865 
1877 



243 

235 
273 
300 
38 
284 
132 
109 
110 
110 
110 
104 
109 
113 
184 
205 
105 
9a 
95 
184 
205 
'284 
111 
221 
L84 
75 
42 
254 
302 
284 
L73 
179 
250 
303 
261 
213 
179 
248 
235 
301 
299 
307 
86 
61 
86 
154 
144 
262 
298 
190 
205 
99 
144 
154 
226 
154 
184 
191 
301 
114 



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720 

L-86 

136 

H 

H 

624 

656 

623 

242 

354 

3X6 

1631 

385 

A-7 

1396 

1584 

1271 

794 

1209 

544 

A-9 

L-61 

430 

446 

1585 

47 

921 

683 

328 

1340 

1272 

165 

545 

304 

305 

1341 

1527 

387 

416 

H 

480 
1342 
166 
432 
721 
781 
1055 
1056 
1528 
1101 
546 

355 

1057 

417 

L-55 
759 



Names. 



Brinckley, W. J. 

Brinkerhoff, A. 

Brinkman, G. H 

Brook, M. L. . 

Brockunier, W. 

Brooke, C. A. 

Brooke, E. H. . 

Brooke, J. E. . 

Brooke L. . . . 

Brooke, O. H. . 

Brouse, O. R . 

Browder, C. D. 

Browder, E. ,T. 

Browder, E. T. 
-Browder, W. F 

Brown, A. B. . 

Brown, C. G. . 

Brown, ('. J. . 

Brown, Pe. E. 

Brown. E, A. . 

Brown, E. F. . 

Brown, I. G. . 

Brown, L. B. . 

Brown, J. U. . 

*Brown, J. W. 

Brown, M. C. . 

Brown, S. F. . 

Brown, 8. S. . 

Brown, W. H. . 

Browne, F. G. 

Brownfield, J. 

Brownfield, L. B 

Brumbaek, S. F. 

Bruner, J. . 

Bruner, M. P. . 

Bruner, M. W. 

Bryant, A. MeD. 

Buchanan, A. . 

Buck. W. A; . . 

Buchtel, H. A. 

Buchtel, M, N. 

Buoy, G. W. . . 

Burhans, J. A. 

Burlingame, P. 

Burnett, \V. G. 
.jBurns, M. F. 

Burnside, A. P. 
*Burnside, A. M. 

Burr, H. L. . . 

Burris, H. C. . 

Hurris, H. Mc.C 

Burris, \V. P. . 

Burton, A, H. . 

Burton, G. W. 

Busbv, F. K. . 

Busey, H. . . 

Bushnell, W. S: 

Buskirk, F. L. 

Buskirk.T. H. 

Butterlield, 8. A 






.D 



1891 
1882 
1889 
1856 
1876 
1883 
1x79 
1851 
1X80 
1879 
1866 
1871 
1872 
19oo 
1S72 
1892 
1896 



1>99 
1894 
18S4 
1893 
1877 
1893 
1886 
1873 
1874 
1899 
1X47 
1887 
J 881 
1870 
1895 
1894 
1859 
1877 
1869 
1869 
1895 
1898 
1872 
1873 
1887 
1875 
1895 
1859 
1873 

1XX2 

1883 
1890 

1X90 
1898 
1891 
1877 
1X71 
18911 
1851 
1X73 
1X85 
1X83 
1851 



316 



DbPauw University 



H 

1587 



1529 
M-42 
1102 
625 
971 
1210 



1397 

1682 

592 

1588 

890 

1530 

1540 

1156 

1589 

684 

972 

H 

H 

447 

744 

579 

1157 

L-63 

306 

626 

922 

1349 

593 

481 

L-35 

1343 

1633 

518 

329 

L-13S 

1211 

48 

923 

1684 

57 

356 

820 

1058 

1456 

1249 

1292 

1843 

H 

1401 

H 

795 

H 



Names 



Byford, \V. C. 
Byrd, L. M. . 



C. 

Cadwell, A. B. 

Cadwell, L. S. 

Caldwell, G. A. 

Calfee, D. W. . 

Calvert, B. T. . 

Calvert, G. C. . 

Cameron, C. R. 

Cameron, M. W. 

Campbell, A. C. 

Campbell, C. B. 

Campbell, B. M. 

Campbell, E. P. 

Campbell, J. G. 

Campbell, J. O. 

Canady, L. H. . 

Canse, B. H. . 

Canse,J. M. . . 

Cantwell, S. VV. 

Carey, M, D. . 

Carhart, J. . . 

Carman, A. . . 

Carmiehael, A. K 

Carlbert, C. J. P 
"Carpenter, E. C. 

Carpenter, J. E. 

Carpenter, N. S. 

Carrott, J. F. . 

Carson, J. F. . 

Carson, O. H. . 

Carter, G. D. . 

Carter, I. . . . 

Carter, T. C . . 

Carter, W. W. . 

Cartwright, J. I. 

Cartwright, L. O 

Carver, J. W. . 

Case, A. L. . . 

Case, C. B. . . 

Case, J 

Cassady,W. . . 

Cassell, J. M. . 

Catlin, K. T. . 

Cauthorn,H. 8. 

Cavins, C. D. . 

Gavins, J. T. . 

Caylor„W. E. . 

Cecil, J. K. . . 
♦Chaffee, A. L. . 

Chaffee, B. G. . 

Chaffee, J. A. . 

Chaffee, J. G. . 

Chaffee, M. D. 

Chamberlain, N 

Chambers, T. G. 

Chandler, 8. C 






A. M. 



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LL. 



LL. D. 



1859 
1899 



1898 
1900 
1891 
1879 
1888 
1893 
1886 
1886 
1896 
1900 
1878 
1S99 
1886 
1898 
1898 
1892 
1899 
1881 
1888 
1879 
1874 
1874 
1882 
1877 
1892 
1886 
1869 
1879 
1887 
1895 
1878 
1875 
1859 
1898 
1900 
1876 
1870 
1892 
1893 
1847 
1887 
1900 
1848 
1871 
1884 
1890 
1897 
1893 
1893 
1895 
1887 
1896 
1881 
1884 
1891 



299 

250 



243 

295 
191 
125 
L73 
205 
161 
161 
228 
254 
121 
250 
161 
211 
245 
198 
250 
132 
173 
300 
302 
100 
112 
119 
199 
269 

80 
125 
166 
222 
121 
105 
266 
245 
254 
110 

83 
276 
206 

39 
166 
255 

41 

87 
153 
185 
235 
210 
206 
222 
308 
229 
300 
149 
305 



722 

796 

1059 

187 

92 

29 
685 
834 
M-39 
1844 
839 
1345 
H 
188 
835 
686 

388 
1056 
1015 

1875 

167 

1060 

1007 

1359 

973 

380 

H 

723 

836 

331 

145 

896 

H 

1244 

1457 

687 

1458 

724 

390 

1158 

1159 

389 

799 

1635 

1346 

6S8 

760 

1016 

837 

519 

1273 

391 

891 

1531 

689 

65 

T-27 

1213 



NAME; 



Charles, W. H. . . 

Chase, W. R. . . . 

Chenoweth, H. S. . 

Chenoweth, J.Q . . 

Chestnut, J. D. . . 

Chew, J. M 

Childs, J. W. . . . 

Chinda, 8 

Christie, G. W, . . 

Christie, L. . . . 

Church, F. H. . . . 

Church, G. W. . . 

Church, H. A. . . . 

Cissell, J. H. . . . 

Clark, J. H 

Clark, J. W 

Clark, M. E. . . . 

Clark, O. L 

Claypool, M. S. . . 
*Clearwaters, H. B. 

Clearwaters, J. F. . 
*Clearwaters, J. R. 

Clements, I. . . . 

Cleveland, F. A. . 
♦Cleveland, F. 8. . 
*Cline, L. H 

Cline, O. L 

Cline, W 

Clinton, C. W. 

Clippinger, H. C. 

Clippinger, J. A. . 

Cloud, C. G 

Cloud, H. W. . . . 

Coate, E. H. . . . 

Cocker, B. F. . . . 
*Coffey, E. J. . . . 

Coffey, N. E. . . . 

Coffin, C. F 

Coffin, E 

Coffman, J. B. . . 

Cole, A. B 

Cole, A, M 

Cole, H. E 

Cole, L. F 

Cole, T. G 

Collings, W. A] . . 

Collins, A. W . . . 

Collins, H. T . . . 

Collins, J. J . . . . 

Collins, J. W. J . . 

Collins, M. L . . . 

Collins, W. K . . . 

Compton, D. R . . 

Cones, F. M . . . . 

Conklin, C. E . . . 

Conlogue, Z. R . . 

Conrey, N. P. . . . 

Conwell, W. R. . . 

Cook, A. E. . . . . 

Cook, C. A 



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Names. 



Cook, D. R . 
Cook, H. L . 
Cook, J. W. . 
Cooke, M . . 
Cooke, N. . . 
Cooke, W. F. 
Cooper, C. A. 
Cooper, G. D 
Cooper, J. A. 
Corey, C. R. . 
Cornett, W. T. 
Corr, E . . . 
Corwin. B. F 
Corwin, G. W 
Corwin, M, . 
Coulson, 8. C 
Cowger, R. . 
Ccrwgill, H. E. 
*Cowgill, J. G 
Cox, B. YV . . 
Cox, D. G . . 
Cox, E. . . . 
Cox, J. E . . 
Craft, F . . 
Craig, O.J. . 
Crary, B. F . 
('raw ford, G. W 
Crawford, M. E 
Crawford, R. L 
Crawford. W. C 
Crawley, J. A 
Crews, J. E . 
Crichton. J. H 
Crist, L. M. . 
Crooks, C. F. 
Crose, 8. E. . 
Cross. J. L. . 
Crouch, R. H 
urow, 3 . 
*Crow, M. K . 
Crow, W. H . 
Crowder, T. R 
Cullen, J. A 
Cullen, YV. A. 
Culler, D. P. 
Culley, J. YV. 
Culmer. C. C 
Culmer, L. F 
Culmer, 8. L. 
Culp. C. M. . 
Cumback, L. S 
Curaback, L. 
Cumback, W 
Cunningham, A 
Cunningham, A 
Cunningham, B. 
Cunningham, H 
Cunningham, T 
Curniek, E. T . 
Curran. R. E. . 



D. 



LL 



D. 



O 



1893 

1895 
1873 
1892 
1892 
1882 
1895 
1897 
1895 
1857 
1852 
1885 
1879 
1877 
1879 
1877 
1900 
1851 
1889 
1896 
1888 
1864 
1889 
1870 
1881 
1867 
1859 
1871 
1890 
1890 
1855 
1882 
18H7 
1867 
1842 
1885 
1876 
1877 
1876 
1878 
1871 
1894 
1800 
1857 
1896 
1867 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1898 
1875 
1875 
lssl 
1887 
1859 
1868 
1887 
1882 
1874 
1866 



206 
222 
96 
199 

199 
139 
222 
236 
222 
264 
306 
268 
125 
111 
125 
111 
294 
306 
180 
228 
271 
68 
272 
83 
138 
299 
299 
87 
282 
185 
263 
139 
72 
72 
33 
155 
110 
LIS 
110 
122 
87 
213 
282 
264 
228 
72 
121 
121 
121 
244 
105 
105 
305 
166 
299 
299 
166 
139 
100 
71 



55 



848 

797 

H 

1275 



1350 

926 
1400 

101 

1276 

L-116 

359 
1533 

450 

49 

1103 

M- 38 

419 
1215 

840 

451 

1216 
L-69 

522 
L-117 
1460 
1351 
1277 
T-41 

841 
L-139 

277 
1017 

057 
1401 
1533 
H 
1018 
T-28 

449 
1036 

452 
1461 
1402 
1217 
1218 
1403 

420 

453 

550 

loo 
00 

H 

1404 
658 
629 
630 



Names. 



♦Curtis, I. M . 
Curtis, J. B . 
Curtiss, G. L. 
Cutler, J. T . 

D. 



Daggy, H. C. . 
Daggy, K . . . 
Daggy, M.L . . 
Daily, D. O . . 
Dale, A. L . . 
Dalton,L. 8 . . 
Danely, A. M . 
Daniel, M. D . 
Daniels, A. \V . 
Daniels, H. W. 
Darnall, B. . . 
Darnall, C. \V . 
Darnall, H. C . 
Darnall, R. F . 
Darrah, 8 . . . 
Darroch, W • . 
Dashiel, M. A . 
David, I. E . . 
Davidson, T. E 
Davidson, W. C 
Davis, F. P . . 
Davis, E. L . 
Davis, G. C . . 
Davis, H. L . . 
Davis, H. T . . 
Davis, J. A . . 
Davis, J. L. . . 
Davis, J. M . . 
Davis, L. H . . 
Davis, M. B . . 
Davis, M. C . . 
Davis, M. D . . 
Davis, W. R . . 
Davis, W. 8 . . 
Dawson, J. . . 
Dawson, J. T . 
Deacon, M.M . 
Dean, J. 8. W . 
DeBaun, A. E . 
Deerhake, L. G 
Deerhake, P. E 
DeForest, G. M. 
Deinard, 8. N . 
Demoret, J. E. 
DeMotte,.!. B 
DeMotte,L.L . 
DeMotte, M. L. 
DeMotte, YV. H 
Deneen, 8. H . 
Denny, M . . . 
DePauw, C. YV. 
DePauw, N. T. 
DePew, M. F . 



D. D. 



Ph. D 



1855 
18K4 
1877 
1894 



1895 
1887 
1896 
1853 
1894 
1891 
1871 
1898 
1874 
1847 
1891 
1899 
1873 
1893 
1885 



1874 
1851 
1893 
1887 
1876 
1891 
1*97 
1895 
1894 
1894 
18 15 
1892 
1868 
1889 
18S0 
1890 
1898 
1859 
1889 
1892 
1874 
1900 
1874 
1897 
1897 
1893 
1893 
1897 
1N73 
1874 
1877 
185:'. 
1819 
1876 
1S97 
1880 
1879 
1879 



318 



DePauw University. 



Names. 



Deputy, M L. 
Dexter, W. L. 
Dice, F. M. . 
Dick, C. C. . 
Dickey, A. E. 
Dille, E, . . . 
Dimmitt, L. F 
Dingel, W. F. 
Ditto, F. 8. . 
Ditto, F. H. . 
Dixon, C. E. 
Dixon, W. H. 
Dobell, J. T. 
Doehtermann, H 
Dodd,J. W. . . 
Doddridge, J. H 
Doer, L. P. . . 
Donelson, P. S. 
Donner, 8. S. . 
Donnohue, M. J 
*Donnohue, M. W 
Dorman. F. R. 
Dorr, J. M. . . 
Dorsett, A. D. . 
Dorsett, A P. . 
Dorsey, J. P. . 
Doss, A. L. . . 
Dotey, A. I. . . 
Dougherty, T. 
Douglass, T. H 

Dow, N 

Dowling. H. M 
Downey, A. . . 
Downey A. C. . 
*Downey, A. P. 
Downey, D. T. 
Downey, F. M. 
Downe}', G. E. 
Downey, H. S. 
Downey, 8. R. 
Downs, T. B. . 
Druley, R. 8. . 
Dryer, C. A. . . 
Dryer, J. L. . . 
Dubois, H. E. . 
Duff, D. D. . . 
Duling, J. Q. . 
Dunbar, H. J. . 
Dunbar, J. G. . 
Dunbar, 8. H. . 
Dunbar, \V. . . 
Duncan, A. L. 
Dunn, E. J. . . 
Dunn, G. N. . 
Dunn, G. M. . 
Dunn, 8. 8. . . 
Durham, J. . . 
Durham, J. E. 
Durham, L. 8. 
Durham, M. .1. 



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214 
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214 
229 
287 
178 
173 
42 
100 
80 
805 
115 
173 
301 
185 
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264 
199 
191 
262 
145 
185 
262 
262 
304 
207 
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305 
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Durham, M. 8. 
Durham, T. W. 
Durham, W. H. 
Duvall, D. O. . 
Duvall, T. G. . 
Dwyer, O. F. . 
Dwyer, 8. C. . 

E. 

"Ends, J. B. . . 
Early, 8. 8. . . 
East'burn, D. J. 
Edinborough, F 
Edwards, E. E. 
Ehrmann, M. . 
Eisenbeiss, E. M 
Elder, D. Mel. 
Elder, E. 8. . 
Elliott, J. F. 
Elliott, M. D. 
Ellis, C. H. . 
Ellis, I. . . . 
Ellis, J. H. . 
fc Ellis, P. D. . 
Elrod, S. H. . 
Embree, A. S. 
Embree, J. T. 
Emeny, J. . . 
Emmerick, C. 
Emig, M. D. . 
Emison, J. W. 
Enderton, C. H 
English, D. W. 
Enyart, C. F. . 
Erickson, C. T. 
Erwin, H. . . . 
Erwin, W. E. . 
Esterbrook, E. M 
Evans, A. L. 
Evans, J. E. . 
Evans, L A. 
Evans, R. L. 
Evans, W. W. 
Evarts, C. C. 
Evens, E. E. 
Everett, C. W 
Ewing, H. H. 
Ewing, M. F. 
Ewing, T. N. 

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Fairchild, W. D. 
*Fallass, E. M. . . 
Faris, G. M. . . . 
Faris, G. W. . . . 
Farnham, A. O. . 
Farnsworth, E. I. 
Farr, C. VV. . . . 



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Farriss, P. J. B . . 








1894 


280 


189 


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1860 


61 


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1882 


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132 


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1894 


215 


361 


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1871 


87 


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206 


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Ferris, C. 8 . . . . 








1884 


150 


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Giddens, H. W 








1892 


285 


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1885 


156 


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Gilbert. P. J. . 








1896 


206 


893 


Ferry, L. 8. . . 








1886 


162 


764 


Giles. F. \V. . . 








1883 


145 


L-177 


Field, T. W . . . . 








1894 


2S0 


930 


Gillespie. J. F. 








1887 


167 


762 


Finch, J. W . . . . 








1883 


145 


95 


Gillette, P. G . 




LI 


j. D. 


1852 


46 


691 


Finney, C. E . . . 








1881 


134 


H 


Gillet, 8. T . . 




A 


M. 


1S5-J 


29S 


632 


Fish.E. . . . 








1879 


126 


H 


Gilliland.H . 




D 


D. 


1872 


302 


1(542 


Fisher, F. E . . . . 








1900 


255 


234 


Gillmore, W. F 








1S65 


69 


1643 


Fisher, J. D . . . . 








1900 


255 


1405 


Gilmore, B. B . 










1896 


229 


581 


*Fisher, M. \V . . . 








1877 


119 


1220 


Gilmore, E. A . 










1893 


207 


1020 


Fisk, W. A 








1889 


180 


L-43 


Gilmore, 8. F . 










1860 


267 


L-57 


Fisk, W. W . . . . 








18S5 


269 


M-32 


Gillum, C. A . 










1899 


294 


421 


Fitch, H 








1873 


96 


L-158 


Gladden, H. R. 










189:! 


27S 


434 


*Fitch, H. V . ... 








1873 


98 


060 


Glassco, G. M . 










1880 


129 


116G 


Florer, L. L . . . . 








1892 


21 H P 


41 


Glenn, J . . . . 










1846 


38 


1064 


Florer, \V. W . . . 








1890 


185 


335 


Gobin, H. A . . 




b 


D. 


1870 


84 


455 


Flynn, W 








1874 


101 


203 


Godfrey, 8. . . 




D 


D. 


1862 


63 


L-58 


Forbes, L. 8 . . . . 








1885 


269 


H 


Goode, W. H. . 




D 


D. 


1869 


3( "J 


H 


Ford, J. H 


b 


] 


D.' 


1887 


303 


171 


Gooding, H. C. 








1859 


59 


170 


Forrey, D. B . . . 








1859 


59 


364 


Goodwin, C. F 










1871 


8s 


845 


Forsythe. 8 . . . . 








1885 


156 


846 


Goodwin, J. M. 










1885 


156 


1283 


Foster. W. F . . . 








1894 


214 


31 


Goodwin, J. R. 










1845 


36 


M-23 


Fox, J. Y 








1895 


292 


554 


Goodwin, J. 8 . 










1877 


115 


1284 


Foxworthy, F. W . 








1894 


214 


1471 


Goodwin, M. Mc 


K 








1897 


237 


1593 


Foxworthy, F. W . 








1899 


250 


1 


Goodwin, T. A 




b 




n. 


1840 


31 


H 


Foye, J. C . . . . 


pi 


l. 


D. 


1881 


306 


137 


Goodwin, \V. R 




D 




D. 


185(5 


53 


1468 


Fraley, F. O . . . . 








1897 


237 


765 


Goodwin, \V. R 










1883 


145 


1469 


Frank. A. \V . . . . 








1897 


237 


731 


Gordon, H. L . 










1882 


140 


1021 


Fraser, M. E. . . . 








1889 


ISO 


931 


i rordon, H. M . 










1887 


167 


103 


Frazier, F. M . . . 








1853 


48 


393 


Gordon, J. R . 










1872 


92 


1644 


Freeland, \V. B . . 








19O0 


256 




Gordon, J. W . 




M 


, 


D. 


1851 


262 


362 


French, B. F . . . 








1871 


87 


1356 


Goshorn, E N 










1895 


223 


363 


Friedley, F. A. . . 








1871 


88 


A-4 


Goulding, L. . 










1891 


295 


1108 


Fulkerson, I. J 








1891 


192 


280 


Graham, B. R . 










1868 


76 


1052 


*Fulkerson, M. B . 








1890 


184 


456 


Grant, A. X . . 










1874 


101 


1535 


Fullhart, E. M. . . 








1898 


244 


523 


Gray, B. S . . . 










1876 


111 


1354 


Fulwider, 0. L . . 








1895 


223 


H 


Gray, E. H. . . 




A 




\l. 


1854 


298 


763 


Funk, W. X . . . . 








1883 


145 


799 


*Gray, T. 0. . . 










1884 


150 


1285 


Fuqua, X 








1894 


215 


H 


Green, J. W . . 




I) 


. D. 


1888 


304 












! 1357 


Greene, J. N. . 








1895 


223 




Q. 








1221 


Greene, L. D. . 








1893 


207 












7(56 


Greene, R. J. . 










1883 


145 


929 


Gahring, .T. A. R. . 




1887 


166 


T-36 


Green way, J. L 










1893 


285 


H 


Galloway, 8 . . . . 


LL. b! 


I860 


305 


488 


Greer, L. H . . 










1875 


106 


1470 


Garber, 8. C. . . . 




1897 
1851 


237 

45 


894 
489 


Greer, 8. R . . 
Greer, W. A . . 










1*86 
1875 


162 
106 


84 






1167 


Garrison, H . . . . 




1892 


2oo 


524 


Gregg, W. A. . 










1876 


111 


1355 


Gary, A. L 








1895 


223 


1168 


Gregory, B. F . 










IV 12 


200 



320 



DePauw University. 



Names. 



W 



Gregory, B. W 
Gregory, M. P 
Gregory, R. S 
Griffin, G. W. 
Griffith, C. C. 
Griffith, W. J. 
Griffith, W. R 
Grim, W. H . 
Grimes, H. M 
Grimes, 8. B. 
Grover, I. G . 
Gudgell, W. H 
Guettal, J 
Guild, D. H . 
Guild, T. M . 
Gulick, A. P. 
Gunn, J. M. . 
Gurney, A. . 
Guthrie, M . 



Haas, 8. A. . 
Hadley, C. C. 
Hadley, H. H 
Hagey, U. 8. G 
Haines, C. H 
Hall, CD.. 
Hall, F. . . . 
Hall, F. L . . 
'Hall, E. C. . 
Hall, H. . . . 
Hall, H. . . . 
Hall, J. C . 
Hall, W. N. . 
Hallett, G. W 
Halstead, W. R 
Hainan, G . . 
Hamilton, A. C 
Hamilton, E. L 
Hamilton, B. L 
Hamilton, D. G 
Hamilton, W. R 
Hammond, C. R 
Hammond, E. P 
Hammond, K. S 
Hammond, U. J 
Hammrick, A. J 
Handley, C. 8 
Hannawalt, F 
Hanker, B. L. 
Hanna, J . . 
Hanna, J. . . 
Hanna L. M. 
'Hanna, M. L 
Hanna, T. 
Hanna, W. P. 
Happ, J. C. . 
Harding, H . 
Hargrave, R. 









D. 



C 



1899 

1900 
1867 
1864 
1886 
1890 
1847 
1887 
1875 
1881 
1856 
1873 
1873 
1892 
1885 
1887 
1859 
1870 
1899 



1887 
1886 
1893 
1889 
1877 
1896 
1896 
1879 
1886 
1891 
1893 
1873 
1874 
1870 
1871 
1893 
1879 
1900 
1871 
1865 
1881 
1878 
1857 
1882 
1858 
1898 
1899 
1884 
1895 
1850 
1869 
1868 
1874 
1868 
1877 
1889 
1897 
1859 



167 
269 
2(17 
272 

lie 

229 
229 
126 
162 

192 

207 

96 

101 

84 

88 

278 

126 

256 

88 

69 

307 

121 

264 

140 

57 

244 

250 

150 

292 

44 

80 
76 
99 
76 
116 
180 
287 
266 



V. 



116 

1647 

32 

L-89 

980 
1596 
1474 

598 

954 
1024 

L-50 

1475 

L-27 

1224 

733 

934 

1287 

1472 

1044 

H 

491 

1358 

190 

425 

458 

260 

1597 

H 

635 

935 

1598 

661 

974 

H 

662 

337 

557 

14(18 

1323 

394 

759 

1409 

395 

338 

1025 

A-2 

1538 

191 

85 

1648 

426 

981 

1476 

1599 

1410 

767 

396 

1411 

25 



Hargrave, W. P 
Harkness, W. M 
Harlan, J . . . 
Harlan, W. E . 
Harper, C. L. . 
Harper, J. M . 
Harrell, H. . 
Harris, J. W. . 
'Harris, M. L . 
Harris, V. B. . 
Harrison, A. W 
Harrison, J. K. 
Harrison, M. L 
Harrison, R. W 
Harrison. W. . 
Hart, A. E. . . 
Hart, C. E . . 
Harvey, M. L . 
Haskell, J. E. 
'Haskell, M. W 
Hatfield, R. . . 
Hathaway, G . 
Hattery, U. 8 . 
Hawes, P. O . . 
Hawk, A. A . . 
Hawkins, J. A. 
Hawkins, O. 8. 
Hawkins, 8. W. 
Hawkins, T. H. 
Hayes, L. D . . 
Haymond, T. W 
Haynes, R. C. . 
Hays, F. B. . . 
Hays, F. W. D. 
Hays, H . . . . 
Hays, J. A. . . 
Hays, J. W. . . 
Hays, L. F. . . 
Hays, M . . . . 
Hays, O. T . . 
Hays. 8. A. . . 
Hays, T. B . . 
Hayward, A. M 
Hazen, P. J . . 
Hazlett, 8. A. . 
Headen, H. S . 
Headen, J . . . 
Headley, M. D. 
Heath, J. W . . 
Heaton, H. H . 
Heaton, T. M . 
Hedges, J. H. . 
Heiss, E. W . . 
Heiss, P. M . . 
Helm, N. W . . 
Helm, V. W . . 
Hendee, E. E . 
Henderson, J. O 
Henderson, R. 8 
Henderson, 8. M 



g £ I 

Ob £ '* 



LL. 



o 



Alumni — In d e x . 



321 



Names. 



Hendricks, W. C . 

Hendrickson, I. R. 

Herr, H 

Herr, I 

*Herrick, B.C. . . 

Herrick, H. N. ,. . 

Herrick, W, V. . . 

Herron, T. C ... 

HessonC.W, . . . 

Hervey, J. W . . . 

Hester, F. A. . . . 

Hester, F. O. . . . 

Hester, J. C . . . . 

Hester, M. A. . . 

Hester, M.A. . . . 

Hester, M. C. . . . 

Hester, O. M . . . 

Hester, W. A . . . 

Hester, W. McK. . 

Hetherington, N.A 

Hewes, G. C . . . . 

Hickman, 8. E . . 

Hickman, 8. W . . 

Hickman, W. H . . 

Hicks, L. C . . . . 

Hiett, E, R . . . . 

Hiett, S. R 

Higdon, J. A ... 

Higdon, J. E ... 

Higdon, L. C . . . 

Higdon, W. A . . . 

HiU, G. E 

Hill,G. E 

Hill, J 

Hill, J. B 

Hill, M 

Hill, R. A 

Hilliard, J. F . . . 

Himes, C. F. ... 
*Hinkle. E. L ... 

Hiss, W.H .... 

Hitt, I. R 

Hitt.J 

Hitt, R. R 

Hitt, W. M .... 

Hixson, F. W . . . 

Hixson, L. C . . . 

Hoagland, J. S . . 

Hobart, M. E . . . 

Hobbs, M. M. C . 

Hodell, C. W . . . 

Hodge, G. J . . . . 

Hoggatt, W. M . . 

Hollopeter, W. M . 

Hollo-way, J. H . . 

Holloway, J. N . . 

Holloway, O. E . . 
*Holman, A. B . . . 

Holmes, C 

Hood. W. L . . 



a p'o 



D. D. 



M. D. 
D. D. 



D. D. 



D. D. 
D. D.' 



Ph. D. 



LL. D. 



A.M. 



« 3 



230 

294 

106 

19s 

304 

256 

237 

287 

261 

302 

180 

59 

38 

122 

52 

181 

129 

41 

181 

283 

256 

278 

97 

24 1 

116 

73 

182 

207 

223 

215 

304 

207 

304 

59 

63 

63 

59 

306 

111 

192 

42 

48 

52 

45 

251 

■1 16 

200 

284 

299 

200 

251 

66 

256 

206 

64 

126 

114 

102 

134 



M-29 

1289 

1290 

311 

734 

428 

936 

483 

600 

1602 

1227 

1066 

1603 

1171 

1291 

339 

79 

982 

897 

1360 

1112 

848 

1292 

H 

1632 

43 

898 

768 

642 

695 

446 

1113 

H 

26 

1541 

L-77 

L-178 

1542 

L-100 

983 

493 

1114 

460 

H 

H 

397 

367 



769 
H 

770 
1361 

262 

283 
1653 

801 
1293 



Names. 



Hoover, M. L. 
Hoover, O. P . 
Hoover, W. I.T 
Hope-well, M. R 
Hopkins, E. F. 
Hopkins, E. S . 
Hopkins, T. C . 
'Hopwood, L. C 
Hopwood, 8. . 
Horn, E. C. . . 
Hornbaker, 8. P 
Hornbaker, W. H 
Hornbrook, F. W 
Hornbrook, H. H 
Hornbrook, M. S 
Horner, F. A . 
Hoss, G. W 
Hough, C. A. . 
Hough, W. A . 
House, J. M . . 
Houts, C. A . 
Howard, I. C . 
Howard, L . . 
Howard, 8. . . 
Howe, D. D . . 
Howk, G. V . . 
Howk, G. V . . 
Howk, J. S. . . 
-Hoyt, E. M 
Hoyt, G. E. . . 
fc Hoyt, M. C . . 
Huckleberry, J. 
Hudson, C. G . 
Hudson, R. N . 
Huestis, A. M . 
Huff, J. M. • . 
Hughes, E. C . 
Hughes, J. P . 
Hull, G. M. 
Hunt, C. D 
Hunt, C. F 
Hunt, H. . 
Hunt, 8 - . 
Hurlstone, A . 
Hurst, J. F . . 
Hurst.-J.K. P . 
Hussong, A. B 
Hutchings, W. D 



Ibach, ,T. G ■ ■ 
Iglehart, A . . 
Iglehart, E . . 
Iglehart, E. H. 
Iglehart, F. C . 
Iglehart, J. E. 
Iglehart, J. H . 
Iglehart, W . . 
lies, O. B . . . 






D. D 

LL. I 



M. D. 



LL. D. 
D. D. 



1897 
1894 
1894 
1869 
1882 
1873 
1887 
1875 
1878 
1899 
1893 
1890 
1899 
1892 
1894 
1870 
1850 
1888 
1886 
1895 
1891 
1885 
1894 
1853 
1900 
1846 
1886 
1883 
1879 
1881 
1874 
1891 
1886 
1844 
1898 
1888 
1894 
1898 
1890 
1888 
1875 
1891 
1874 
1892 
1886 
1872 
1871 
1851 



1883 
1879 
1883 

1 89.") 

1867 
1868 
1900 
1884 
1804 



—21 



322 



DePauw University. 



Ilif, T. C. . . 
Ing, J . . . . 
Ingle, J. . . . 
Ingle, W. M . 
Ingram, J. A. 
Insley, C. R . 
Insley, R. A . 
Irvin, F. P. . 
*Irvin, M. G. . 
Irvin, W. 
Iseminger, W 
Ives, J.C. . . 



Jackson, A. B . , 
Jackson, E. M. , 
Jackson, H. G . . 
Jackson, J. L. . . 
Jackson, J. W . . 
Jackson, J. W . . 
Jackson, T. J. . . 
Jackson, W. H. , 
Jakes, C . . . . , 
Jakes, O. B. . . , 
Jaquess, J. F. . , 
Jaquess, J. R. . , 
Jenkins, G. P . , 

*Jennings, M. R , 
Jocelyn, G. B . . 
John, J. P. D. . , 
Johnson, A . . , 
Johnson, A. A. , 
Johnson, C. VV. . 
Johnson. D. B. . 
Johnson, E. K. , 
Johnson, H. M. , 

*Johnson, I. F . , 
Johnson, I. P . , 
Johnson, J. . . , 
Johnson, J. B . , 
Johnson, J.H . 
Johnson, J.H. 
Johnson, L. W. , 
Johnson, M. A. , 

*Johnson, M. L. 
Johnson, R. G. 
Johnson, S. C . . 
Johnson, S. R.. 
Johnson, T. E . 
Johnson, W. B. 
Johnston, W. . 
Johnston, W. L 
Jones B. H. . . 
Jones, CD.. . 
Jones, C. V. . . 
Jones, D. M . . 
Jones, D. W . . 

*Jones, E. J. . . 

*Jones, E. P . . 



z, ~ > '" 

S 03-2 fc£ 
O Ci 



D. D. 



A. M. 



D. D. 

d'. b.' 



D. D. 
D. D. 
A. M. 



D. D. 
D. D. 



D. D. 
M. D. 



M. D. 



> =3 

o 



1887 

1878 
1893 
1865 
1875 
1S85 
1897 
1886 
1883 
1876 
1862 



1898 
1900 
1862 
1889 
1874 
1890 
1S87 
1893 
1892 
1891 
1860 
1875 
1st;:, 
1895 
1842 
1882 
1858 
1875 
1872 
1885 
1850 
1890 
1891 
1880 
1892 
1851 
1876 
1890 
1872 
1897 
1885 
1888 
1896 
1895 
I860 
1885 
1866 
1869 
1853 
1871 
1877 
1850 
1861 
1872 
1872 



245 

257 

64 

181 

302 

273 

168 

278 

201 

193 

86 

302 

299 

226 

33 

303 

265 

106 

93 

156 

261 

186 

192 

129 

201 

262 

111 

283 

93 

238 

157 

175 

230 

224 

267 

156 

71 

80 

48 

88 

116 

44 

62 

91 

93 



209 

1655 

1171 

340 

771 

H 

1363 

1175 

1317 

851 

237 

696 

735 

H 

736 

369 



496 
985 

698 

560 

H 

938 

130 

1414 

1229 

671 

1001 

M-l 

665 

1057 

1230 

1415 

1294 

1416 

L-21 

219 

561 

M-25 

1417 

H 

601 

1176 

H 

15 

L-38 
986 
900 

1545 

106 

H 

175 

1546 
987 
538 



g S 

w So 



w 



O 



Jones, G. 8. . 
Jones, H. G . 
Jones, H. I. . 
Jones, J. W. . 
Jones, J. W. . 
Jones, L. H . 
Jones, N. W . 
Jones, R. R . 
*Jordan, S. B. 
Jordan. \V. H 
Joseph, L . . 
Joslin. R. . . 
Joyce, F. M . 
Joyce, I . . 
Joyce, J. F. . 
Julian, A. R. 
Julian, G. W. 

K. 



Kallev, I. H . . . 

Kane, T . . 

Kavanaugh, B. T 

Kawamura, K. 

Keene, J. E . . 

Keiger, J. . . , 

Keiper, G. F. . 

Keith, H. H . . 

Keller, C. P . . 

Kelly, A . . . 
*Kelly, L. P. . . 
*Kellv, R. M . , 
*Kelly, 8. F. . . 

Kelsey, A. M. , 
*Kemp, F. B . , 

Kemp, T. . . . 

Kenney, G. W. 

Kenney, J. A. . 

Kent, A. M. . . 

Kercheval, E. 

Kerr, J. N . . . 

Kerr, R. F . . , 

Kewley, A. R , 

Kibbie, K. V. . 

Kiger, J . . . . 

Kilbourne, M. C 

Kimball, N. P. 

Kincaid, W. H. 

Kinder. T. B. 

King, W. F. . 

Kingsbury, D. H 

Kirkman, R. E. 

Kirkpatrick, C. 

Kirkpatrick, E. A 

Kittle, A. J. . 

Klemm, L. R. 

Klepper, M. T 

Kling, E. E . 

Kneale, W. W 
*Knight, A. B. 



M. D. 



Ph. 



1862 
1900 
1892 
1870 
1883 
1889 
1895 
1892 
1894 
1885 
1865 
1881 
1882 
1872 
1882 
1871 
1881 



1875 

1888 

1850 

1881 

1877 

1887 

18H7 

1855 

1896 

1893 

1880 

1888 

1888 

18S0» 

1890 

1893 

1896 

1894 

1896 

1857 

1863 

1887 

1895 

1896 

1887 

1878 

1892 

1866 

1843 

1851 

1859 

1888 

1886 

1898 

1853 

1883 

1859 

1898 

1888 

1877 



Alumni — Index. 



323 






Knight, ('. P. 
Knight, C. . 
Knox, E. S. • 
Knox, J. W, . 
Kramer, B. 
Krider, A. M. 
Krider, L. M. 
Kruwel, J. D. 
Kudo, T. . . 
Kummer, A. 
Rummer, J. A 
Kuykendall, A. J 



Lacy, J. W 

LaHines, J. E. . . 
Laidacker, N. E. . 

Lamb, E. L 

Lammers, F. H. . . 
Lamport, A. W, . . 
Landes, C. \V. . . . 

Landes, N 

Landis, J. T. ... 

Lane, H. H 

Lane, \V. J 

Langdon, H. K. . . 
: Langdon, M. T. . . 
Langsdale, M. R. . 
Langworthy, E. H. 
Lantz, F. W. ... 

Lantz, H 

Larrabee, \V. H. . 
Larimore, G. . . . 

Larsh, A. E 

LaRue, J. M. ... 

Lathrop, E 

Lathrop, N 

Latta, W. H 

Lattimore, A. W. . 
Lattimore, S. A. . 
Laufman, W. L. . . 
Laughlin, F. T. . . 

Laverty, J 

Laverty, J 

Law, J 

Layman, 8. T. . . 
Layne, J. VV. ... 

Leard, J. H 

Leatherman, J. W. 
Leavell, 8. C. . . . 

Lee. G. \V 

Lee, M. G 

Lee, M.N 

Leeson, C. H. . . . 
Lemon, M. F. . . . 

Leonard, E 

Leveque, T 

Lewis, B. F 

Lewis, C. W. . . . 



A. M. 



Ph. D. 



A. M. 



D. D. 



1891 1 
1892 
1893 
1877 
1843 
1885 
1885 
1897 
1896 
1873 
1889 
1896 



1871 
1897 
1898 
1892 
1887 
1898 
1872 
19(10 
1850 
1899 
1887 
1896 
1881 
1888 
1876 
1870 
lsss 
1815 
1900 
1887 
1819 
1874 
18.54 
1890 
1856 
1850 
1887 
1875 
1843 
1844 
1843 
1876 
1891 
1854 
1873 
1881 
1857 
1884 
1*82 
1894 
1880 
1891 
1890 

ia5o 

1899 



89 
238 
245 
201 
168 
3(14 

93 
257 
268 
251 
168 
231 
137 
175 
111 

85 
175 

37 
257 
168 

43 
300 

50 
186 
263 

44 
1(58 
1()7 

34 

36 
298 
111 
275 

50 

97 
135 

55 
ISO 
111 
216 
130 
290 
186 
263 
304 



1116 

140 

901 

157 

1421 

L-179 

1658 

1442 

1864 

T-3 

1290 

T-5 

1328 

1482 

1483 

119 

H 

1605 

1059 

131 

1117 

T-59 

1188 

807 

366 

L-70 

H 

1118 

753 

285 

1297 

1548 

L-102 

L-103 

808 

006 

7()(i 

701 

854 

855 

637 

856 

313 

H 

148 

44 

943 

990 

1232 

149 

H 

1298 



107o 
1001 
498 
1233 

1550 



th r Si 



Lewis, D. W. 

Lewis, E. . . 

Lewis, J. M. 

Lewis, R M. 

Lewis, W. L. 

Lewinan, J. E 

Liehliter, M.H 

Life, F. M. 

Life. W. E . . 

Light, 8. . . 

Likely, F. A. 

Line. C. E. . 
*Line, F. A. . 

Linebarger, .7. 

Linebarger, M 

Lipe, H. . . . 

Little, C. J. . 

Litle, J. B. . 

Little, J. W. 

Little, W. L. 

Littleton, F. 

Liu, M. C. . 
*Lloyd, D. P, 

Lloyd, C. N. 
*Locke, B. H. 

Locke, C. . 

Locke, J. W. 

Locke, R. E. 

Lock ridge, N. T 

Lockridge, 8. F. 

Lock wood, G, B 

Lockwood, W. W 

Lockyear, E. Q. 

Lodge, C.N. . 

Lodge. F. T. . . 

Long, P. O'N. . 

Longden, A. C. 

Longden, H. B. 

Longden, M. B. 

Longden, M.J. 

Lord, F. W. . . 

Lough, M. E. . 

Lovett. J. W. . 

Lowrey, A. . . 

Lozier, J. H. . 

Luse, J. P. . . 

Ludlow, M. P. 

Ludlow, R. 8. . 

Luring, A. 8. . 

Lynch, A. D. . 

Lynch, T. H. . 

Lyon, O. L. . . 

M. 



MacDougal, D. T 
MacDougal, M. . 
Machlan, J. . . . 
Machlan, M. . . 
Madden, M. . . . 



Ph. 



1891 
1850 
1880 
1858 
1896 
1894 
1900 
1896 
1895 
1888 
1894 
1889 
1894 
1897 
1897 
1854 
1882 
1899 
1900 
1855 
1891 
1899 
1892 
1884 
1871 
1887 
1854 
1891 
1882 
1808 
1N94 
1898 
1893 
1893 
1884 
1878 
1881 
1881 
1885 
1885 
1879 
1885 
1869 
1805 
1857 
1846 
1887 
1888 
1893 
1857 
1869 
1894 



1890 
1900 
1875 
1893 
1898 



324 



DePauw University. 



3 

1455 

1368 

H 

991 

828 

L-165 

1030 

944 

1031 

1662 

772 

H 

1234 

1250 

107 

1424 

H 

H 

M-12 

342 

M-9 

857 

H 

176 

1299 

823 

667 

499 

773 

602 

H 

500 

L-91 

638 

L-65 

1300 

461 

992 

T-45 

858 

T-17 

M-10 

210 

1301 

H 

211 

859 

H 

1425 

1663 

70 

860 

T-46 

702 

462 

1302 

463 

1365 

1660 



Names. 



Maddox, F. L. 
*Mahan, E .B. 
Mahan, J. W. 
Mahin, M. . 
Mail, J. F. . 
-Manlove, F. B 
Manker, J. M. 
Mann, C. W. 
Mann, M. R, 
Maple, A. C. 
Maple, O. E. 
Marble, M. S. 
Marine, A. . 
Marlatt, M. C. 
•'Marlatt, 8. 8. 
Marlatt, W. . 
Marlatt, W. T. 
Marley, J. F. . 
Marquis, E. ■ ■ 
Marquis, R. A. 
Marsh, E. 
^Marshall, E. E. 
Marshall, H. A. 
Marshall, W. . 
Marshall, W. 8. 
Marshall, Z, . 
Martin, A W. . 
Martin, C. A. . 
Martin, C. H. . 
Martin, E. L. . 
Martin, J. E. . 
Martin, J. H. 
Martin, J. V. . 
Marvin, G. F. . 
Mason, A. L. . 
Mason, G. A. . 
Mason, J. . . . 
Mason, T. . . . 
Mason, W. A. . 
Masson, J. P. . 
Masters, W. H. 
Masuco, K. . . 
Mathias, F. 
Mathias, H. H. 
Mathias, L. D. 
Matlack, L. C. 
Matson, C. C. . 
Matson, O. P. . 
Mattison, W. C. 
Maxson, B. . . 
Maxson, F. E. 
May, T. R. . . 
McAnney, C. H. 
MeCallister, W. 
McCaskey, C.W 
McClain, A. B. 
McClain, H. N 
McClain, L. D. 
McClain, L 8. 
McClure, E. . . 



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. I) 



.D 



. I) 



u o3 

S 3 

O 



1840 

1897 
1895 
1876 
1888 
1885 
1893 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1900 
1883 
1880 
1893 
1893 
1853 
1896 
1858 
1860 
1893 
1870 
1892 
1885 
1850 
1859 
1894 
1884 
1880 
1875 
1883 
1878 
1867 
1875 
1889 
1879 
1886 
1894 
1874 
1888 
1894 
1885 
1890 
1S92 
1862 
1894 
1871 
1862 
1885 
1868 
1896 
190U 
1849 
1885 
1894 
1881 
1874 
1894 
1874 
1895 
1900 





u 




o> 




*a 






sx 




<s 


3 


Ph 


fc 


31 


639 


235 


188 


224 


431 


302 


H 


176 


1549 


154 


1528 


279 


1606 


181 


902 


169 


L-164 


181 


1178 


257 


1366 


146 


903 


303 


108 


208 


1423 


210 


2 


48 


87 


231 


H 


299 


993 


299 


A- 10 


291 


1032 


85 


603 


291 


1484 


157 


L-125 


298 


1179 


59 


L-22 


216 


L-125 


153 


H 


130 


287 


107 


286 


146 


1607 


122 


L-92 


299 


71 


107 


371 


272 


343 


126 


372 


269 


H 


216 


1485 


102 


314 


176 


804 


286 


853 


157 


862 


283 


805 


291 


212 


64 


739 


217 


703 


302 


528 


64 


1180 


157 


L-104 


299 


1303 


231 


H 


258 


1486 


43 


T-16 


157 


740 


287 


994 


135 


1367 


102 


132 


217 


529 


102 




224 


1551 


257 


1426 



Names. 



McClure, J. F. . 
McCollum, E.G. 
McCormaek, L. P 
McCormick, J. C. 
McCown, C. C. . 
• McCoy, H. B. . . 
McCoy, W. M. . 
McCrary G. R. . 
McCullough, L. M 
McCurdy, H. . . 
McCutchan, H. 8 
McDaniel, J. E . 
McDonald, A. C. 
McDonald, B R. 
McDonald, J. E. 
McDonald, J. M. 
McDonald, J. W. 
McElroy. J. H. . 
McEown, J. . . . 
McFarland, F. M. 
McFarland, O. A. 
McGaughey, W. M 
McGinnis, H. L. 
McGinnis, O. W. 
McGinnis, R. G. 
McGriff, E. G. . 
McHays, C. . . . 
Mclntyre, C. C. . 
Mclntyre, J, J. . 
Mcintosh, C. E. 
Mcintosh, E. W. 
Mcintosh, J. C. . 
McKaig, L. B. . . 
McKaig, R. N ■ 
McKaig, W. C. . 
McKay, A. ... 

McKee, C 

McLain, M. G. . 
McLean, E. . . . 
'McMahan, A. A. 
McMahon, C. M. 
McMahon, E. W. 
McManis, T. B. . 
McMannis, M. . 
McMillan, C. H. . 
McMillan, J. 8. . 
McMullen, C. W. 
McMullen, H. R. 
McMullen, J. E. 
McMullen, J. W. T 
McMullen, L. B. 
McNabb, R. L. . 
McNeff, W. W. . 
Mc-Nett, C. 8. . . 
McNutt, J. G. . . 
McNutt, P. . . . 
McPherson, C. W 
McWhirter, F. T. 
Mead, CD.. . . 
Meade, E. 8 . . . 



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Alumni — Index. 



325 



1487 
7 
H 
H 
945 
946 
H 

1119 
8(51 
H 

1235 
741 
668 
H 
H 

1369 
774 

1305 

1185 
742 

1236 

1314 

1427 
640 
947 

L-10 
213 
288 

1033 

1064 
432 

1072 

604 

L-126 

1071 

1304 
948 
120 
109 
110 
H 
A-5 
L-166 

1428 

H 

L-167 

1552 

H 

863 

433 

641 

90 i 

123? 

177 

806 

995 

949 

1073 

111 

1181 



Meader, N. E. . 

Meek, E. G. . 

Mendenhall, M. H 

Merchant, A. J. . 

Meredith, E. E. . 

Meredith, J. F. . 

Meredith, Y. B. . 

Merica, CO. . . 

Merkel, O. T. . . 

Merrick, F. . . . 

Merrill, O. F. . . 

Merritt, W. . . . 

Mick, E. L. ... 

Mickelborough, J 

Middleton, H. M. 

Middleton, L. D. 

Mikels, C. N. . . 

Mikels, D. N. . . 
*Mikels, G, O. . . 

Mikels, R. R, . . 

Miller, B.C. . . . 
*Miller, C. 8. . . . 

Miller, C. F. . . . 

Miller, D. E. . 

Miller, F. E. . . 

Miller, J 

Miller, J. A. . . . 

Miller. J. R. . . . 

Miller, J. W. . . 

Miller, L. 8. . . . 

Miller, M. F. . . 

Miller, M. N. . . 

Miller, M. W. . . 

Miller, O. G. . . 

Miller, P. M. . . 

Miller, W. 8. . . 

Millis, F. E. 

Millsaps, R. W. . 

Millsaps, W. G. . 

Millsaps, W. R. . 

Milne, W. J. 

Minchin, L. B. . 

Minor, J. . . 

Mitchell, H. T. . 

Mitchell, J. A. 8. 

Mitchell, M. 

Mitchell, M. P. . 

Mitchell, T. . . 

Mitchell, W. E. . 

Mohler, A. D, . . 

Mohler, O. E. . . 

Moll, H. A. ... 

Moil, T.J. . . 

Montgomery, J. 1 

Mooney, C. L. . . 

Mooney, K. 8. . 

Mnnncy, W. P. . 
I \for>re, A. W. . . 
I Moore, C. W. . . 
I Moore, E. A. . . 



- a. 



LL 



03 3 
>* o3 

o 



1897 
1841 
1877 
1885 
1887 
1887 
1883 
1891 
1885 
1864 
1893 
1882 
1880 
1882 
1886 
1895 
1883 
1894 
1892 
1882 
1893 
1894 
1896 
1879 
1887 
1856 
1862 
1868 
1889 
1900 
1873 
1890 
1878 
1891 
1890 
1S94 
1887 
1854 
1853 
1853 
1880 
1891 
1893 
1896 
1887 
1893 
1898 
1860 
1885 
1873 
1879 
18S6 
189.J 
1859 
1884 
1888 
1887 
1890 
1853 
1892 



239 
32 
802 
303 
16fl 
169 
300 
193 
158 
305 
208 
111 
ISO 
306 
3(«» 
225 
lit! 
217 
2()2 
142 
2H8 
218 
2:;2 
126 
169 
263 
65 
77 
182 
258 
98 
187 
122 
275 
187 

217 

169 

50 

48 
48 
305 
295 

27'.' 
232 
305 
279 
24(5 
299 
158 

98 
126 
163 
209 

60 
151 
176 
1711 

187 

49 
201 



1182 
775 
H 

1184 

H 

704 
L-45 

950 
1183 

T-6 
1120 

642 

H 
743 
1488 
1553 

501 

643 

563 

464 

669 
1370 
1489 
L-182 
1238 
L-60 

H 

35 
1121 

502 
1429 

905 

H 

996 

238 
L-183 



1554 
313 
776 
H 

1665 

1430 

589 

537 

1555 

951 

807 

1305 

1123 

1122 

1124 

664 

1125 
705 
1243 



Names. 






W 



c ai 



33 3 

>i oj 



Moore, E.S. . . 
Moore, G. B. . 
Moore, G. C. . 
Moore, H. H. . 
Moore, J. E. . . 
Moore, J. H. . 
Moore, L. D. . 
Moore, M. A. . 
Moore, M. F. . 
Moore, N. B. . 
Moore, R. H. . 
Moore, \V. O. . 
Morgan, E. H. 
Morgan, J. . . 
Morris, D. . . 
Morris, E. M. . 
Morris, E. P. . 
Morris, N. D. . 
Morris, W. 8. . 
Morrison, A. L. 
Morrison, J. F. 
Morrow, W. A. 
Morse, T. E. . 
Morton, T. J. . 
Mountz, H. . . 
Mull, G. F. . . 
Munden, A. N. 
Munsell, O. B. 
Munsell, O, 8. 
Murlin, L. H. . 
Murray, C. A. . 
Murray, H. L. . 
Murphy, C. . . 
Murphy, C. . . 
Murphy, G. H. 
Myers, J. B. . . 
Myles, W. P. . 

N. 

Nadal, T, W. 

Nahm, L. . . 

Nasu, I. 

Naylor, H. R. 

Neal, C. E.. . 

Neal, G. . . . 
:<Nebeker, M. B 
-Needham, M. B 

Nees, T. H. 

Neff, C. H. 

Neff. C. L. 

Neff, D. M. 

Neff, E. P. 

Neff, I. E. . 

Neff, J. E. . 

Neff, J. H. 

Neff, T. L. . 

Neff. W. G. 

Neff, W. T. 
'-Nelson, E. J 



M. 



1892 
1883 
1879 
1852 
1892 
1846 
1881 
1860 
1887 
1892 
1889 
1891 
1879 
1885 
1882 
1897 
1898 
1875 
1879 
1877 
1874 
1880 
1895 
1897 
1894 
1893 
1885 
1858 
1845 
1891 
1875 
1896 
1886 
1889 
1888 
1866 
1894 



1898 

1869 

1883 

1872 

1900 

1895 

1878 

187 

1898 

1887 

1884 

1894 

1891 

1891 

1891 

1877 

1883 

1891 

1881 

1893 



326 



DePauw University. 



Nelson, W. M. . 
Nesbit, E. O. . . 
Nesbit, \V. M. 
Neufer, C. F. . . 
Newcomer, C. C. 
'Newcomer, O. B. 
Newell, H. J. . . 
Newbouse, F. D. 
Newhouse, P. B. 
Newlin, CD.. . 
Newman, M. V. . 
; Nickey, M. N. . . 
■Noble, J. B . . . 
-Noble, M. L. . . 
Noble, R. W.P. . 
Norman, W. W. . 
Norris, I.E. . . 
Norton, R. 
Norton, W. W. . 
Norwood, J. M. . 
'Nutt, M. M. . . . 



O. 

Oakwood, J M. . 
Obenshain, C. A. 
O'Dear, E. . . . 
O'Dell.C C. . . 
O'Dell, H. C. . . 
Ode'n, W. E. . . . 

Ogata, S 

*Odgen, D. D. . . 
Ogden, G. M. . . 
Ogden, H. G. . . 
Ogden, H. N. . . 
Ogden, J. M. . . 

Ogg, F. A 

Olcott, C. S. . . . 
Olcott, J. M. . . 
Oliver, A. M. . . 
O'Neil, P. L. . . 
Osborne, B. . . . 
Osborn, M. A. . 
Osborne, E. G. . 
;< Osburn, E.N. . . 
Overmeyer, J. . 
Overstreet, R. R. 
Overstreet, W. I. 

Owen, I 

Owen, M 

■Owen, M. W. . . 



Paisley, M.I. 
Parish, S. H. 
Parker, O. . 
Parr, M. A. . 
Parr, W. D. . 
Parrett, R. . 



§a£8 

§* = £ 

a to 



A. M. 



LL. B. 



D. D. 



M.D. 
D. D. 



_ 



1887 
1898 

1815 

1885 
1893 
1890 
1849 
1880 
1893 
1895 
1878 
1878 
1891 
1882 
1891 
1893 
1900 
1895 
1870 
1872 
1890 



1900 
1898 
1892 
1898 
1897 
1889 
1885 
1892 
1892 
1893 
1890 
1894 
1899 
1883 
185(5 
1877 
1878 
1862 
1874 
1892 
1899 
1867 
1883 
1879 
1865 
1899 
1880 



18S3 
1S62 
1886 
1851 
1875 
1845 



170 
293 
37 
158 
209 
188 
298 
130 
291 
■S.i-2 
122 
122 
190 

in 

194 
301 
258 
232 
85 
93 
187 



258 

77 
■J77 
246 
293 
182 
158 
290 
202 
209 
301 
217 
252 
117 

54 
117 
122 

65 
307 
202 
293 

73 
117 
127 
301 
294 



465 

L-72 

1241 

1557 

1490 

1505 

1242 

H 

345 

L-30 

1307 

H 

1668 

T-37 

664 

866 

808 

607 
1243 

906 
1371 

316 

178 
1127 
1558 

1453 

781 

L-31 

L-181 

1491 

L-23 

317 

607 

H 

H 

809 

264 

265 

867 

1035 

1310 

1454 

645 

18 

169 

M-21 

566 

1243 

1074 

239 

1669 

1139 

1559 

A-18 

810 

1187 

1372 

M-41 



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Partlow, D. K. 
Pate, M. F. . . 
Paterson, M. J. 
Pattee, A. E. . 
Patterson, A. A 
"Patterson, C. T. 
Patterson, J A. 
Patterson, T. H 
Pattison, L. N. 
Patton, D. . . 
Patton, H. B. . 
Patton, W. W. 
Pavey, M. . . . 
Paxton, O. P. . 
■Paxton, I. R. J. 
Payne, F. C. . 
Payne, G. M. . 
Pearson, C. D. 
Peck, R. P. . . 
Penfield, E. J. N 
Pennington, F. T 
Perkins, 8. B. . 
Perry, CO.. . 
Perry, J W. . . 
Peter, W. H. . 
Peters, W. 8. . 
Pettijohn, J. D. 
Peyton, L. . . 
Phelps, A. B. . 
Phillips, D. T. 
Phillips, L. A. 
Phipps, J. G. . 
Pierce, I. N. . 
Pierce, J. B. 
■Pierce, R. B. . 
Pierce, W. C 
Pillsbury, W. H 
Pindell, H. M. 
Pittrnan, G. W. M 
Pittman, J . 
Pochin, A. L 
Pochin, F. L 
\Polk, M. R. . 
Poor, L. C . 
Porter, A. D. 
Porter, A. G. 
Porter, H. G. 
Potter, M. A. 
Potts, C . . 
Poucher, A. 
Poucher, C. H. C 
Poucher, J. 
Poucher, L. . . 
Toucher, O. St. J 
Poucher, W. T 
Powell, A. . 
Powell, J. F. 
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1892 


203 


L-40 


Prather, A. \\ . 










1859 


266 


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Reed, 1) 


LL.D 


1853 


30 


137:3 


Pratt, 0. C . 












1895 


225 


H 


Reed, J 


D. D . 


1870 


302 


L-144 


Prescott.C. T 












1892 


277 


248 


Reed, J. D 






1866 


71 




Pressly.W. H 






M 


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1850 


261 


L-32 


Reed, M 






1858 


266 


1670 


Preston, A. G 












1900 


25s 


A-22 


Reed.N.F 






1898 


298 


1036 


Preston, A. 8. 












1889 


182 


609 


Reeder, J ... 






1878 


123 


11S8 


Preston, D. L 












1892 


203 


610 


Renick. H. 8 






1878 


123 


402 


Preston, E. .1 












1872 


93 


45 


Reynolds. J. M . . 






1846 


39 


1308 


Preston, F. A 












1894 


217 


646 


Rhea, J. I 






1879 


127 


466 


Preston, K. F 












1874 


102 


1610 


Rhea, J. 0. 






1899 


252 


1189 


Preston, L . . 












1892 


203 


1130 


Rhodes, E. E . . . 






1891 


195 


1128 


Price, E. B . 












1891 


195 


H 


Rice, G 


A 


M '. 


1864 


299 


1123 


*Price. E. N . 












1891 


174 


L-93 


Rice, W. A .... 






1889 


272 


1075 


Price. G. C . 












1890 


187 


1244 


Richards, E. C . . 






1893 


209 


1104 


-Priest, A. L . 












1891 


191 


1076 


Richards, R. H . . 






189H 


187 


1129 


Priest, A. R . 












1891 


195 


647 


Richards, W . . . 






1879 


127 


1493 


Prosser, C. A. 












1897 


239 


•j'.ni 


Richey, N . . 






1868 


77 


A-24 


Pruett, F . . 












] 900 


298 


568 


Richman, 8. T . . 






1877 


117 


745 


Pruitt, A. J . 












1882 


142 


1131 


Ridpath, C. E . . . 






1891 


195 


671 


Pruitt, L. K . 












1880 


130 


266 


Ridpath, G . . . . 






1866 


74 


346 


Puett, 8. 1) . 












1870 


8-5 


7(i6 


Ridpath, H. \V . . 






1881 


136 


L-105 


Pugh, E. B . 












189i t 


273 


220 


Ridpath, J. C . . . 






1863 


66 


608 


Pugh, G. E. . 












1878 


123 


648 


Ridpath, M. J . . . 






1879 


127 


504 


Pngh, H. C. . 












1875 


118 


944 


*Ridpath, M. M . . 






1887 


169 


M-27 


Pullen, G. W. 












1896 


293 


819 


*Ridpath, M. T . . . 






1884 


153 


L-168 


Pulse, F. T . 












1893 


279 


1674 


Ridpath, M. V . . 






1900 


259 


1671 


Pulse, .1. L . . 












1900 


258 


347 


Ridpath, W. M . . 






1870 


85 


943 


*Pulse, M. L . 












1887 


169 


879 


*Riggs, K. W . . 






1885 


16() 


545 


*Purviance, M. 


B 










1877 


114 


672 


Rightsell, L. T . . 






188(1 


131 


H 


Pye, J. K . . . 






A 


} 


1 '. 


J882 


300 


1495 


Riley, E. C . . . . 






1897 


240 


402 


Pyke, H . . . 












1872 


94 


1245 


Riley, H. C . . . . 






1893 


210 


1672 


Pyle, D. . . . 












1901 1 


258 


1494 


Riley, W. A . . . . 






1897 


239 












1246 


Ringer, V. H . . 






1893 


210 




Q. 








19 

1077 


Ringo, A.H . . . . 
Rinker, W. B . . . 






1843 
1890 


34 

188 


H 


Quayle, \V. A . . . 


D. D . 


1892 


3d4 


221 


Rippetoe, J. L . . . 






1863 


66 


A-l 


R. 




1887 


295 


649 
1675 

222 
1132 


Ritter, B.W ... . 
Ritter, D. 8 . . . . 
Ritter, E. F . . 
Ritter, H. L . . . . 






1879 
1900 
1863 
1891 


127 
259 
66 
195 


403 


Radcliffe, L. A . . 




1872 


91 


373 


Ritter, J. A ... . 






1871 


89 


121 


Railsbaek, D . 










1854 


50 


1374 


Ritter, R. H . . . 






1895 


225 


L-4 


Railsback, J . 










18» 


263 


1452 


-Ritter, M. B . . . 






1897 


235 


T-47 


Raines, I). W . 










1894 


287 


1310 


Ritter. M. P . . . . 






1894 


218 


192 


Randall, W. H. 


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186(1 


62 


1435 


Rives, C 






1896 


233 


4(>5 


Rankin, A. R . 










1872 


94 


H 


Roach, J. A'. . . . 


D 


. 1) .' 


1870 


302 


406 


Rankin, L. M . 










1872 


91 


291 


Robbins, W. E . . 






186S 


77 


13(19 


Raub, E. B 










1894 


218 


292 


Robe, J. W . . . . 






1868 


77 


72 


Rawlins, B. F . 










1849 


43 


1561 


Roberts, J. B . . . 






1898 


247 


567 


Rawls E. B . . 










1877 


117 


1375 


Roberts, J. C . . . 






1895 


225 


1673 


Ray, C. R . . . 










19( "i 


258 


1436 


Roberts J. X . . . 






1896 


233 


59 


Ray, J. W . . . 










1848 


41 


1377 


Roberts, M. J . . 






1895 


226 


1190 


Rav, L. H . . . 










1892 


2(13 


1376 


Roberts, R. J . . . 






1895 


225 


953 


Reavel, D. A . . 










18S7 


17(i 


H 


Roberts, R . . . . 


A 


. M ! 


1884 


300 


1214 


: Reveal, D. C . . 










1893 


206 


150 


Robertson, D. A . 






1857 


65 


T-48 


Rector, L V . . 










1894 


287 


1423 


-Robinson, B. McD 






1896 


231 


742 


*Redding, R. M 










lsv> 


142 


H 


Robinson, J. B . . 


b 


. D . 


1879 


302 


122 


Redding, T. B. 










1834 


50 


1(178 


Robinson, J. H . . 






189(1 


188 


15611 


Reed, A. B. 










1898 


247 


14! .6 


Robinson. (). P . . 




1897 


240 



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Robinson, R. D 


. . . 1843 


34 


789 


Searritt, L. T . . . 


. . 1883 


148 


1037 


Robinson, R. D . . . 


. . . 1889 


182 


747 


Searritt, W. E. . . . 


. . 1882 


142 


141 


Robinson, R. S . . . 


. . 1856 


54 


1438 


Scearce, N. W . . . . 


. . . 1896 


233 


231 


Roehl, C 


. . . 1864 


68 


505 


Schell, W 


. . . 1875 


108 


1311 


Roehl, E 


. . . 1894 


218 


1381 


Schnepp, E. E. . . . 


. . . 1895 


226 


811 


Rodgers, D. A . . . . 


. . . 1884 


151 


783 


Scburr, J .... 


. . . 1883 


148 


569 


Rogers, A. A . . . . 


. . . 1877 


118 


1250 


Scholl, S. M 


. . . 1893 


210 


179 


Rogers, L. L. . 


. . . 1859 


60 


1612 


Schwin, A. C . . . . 


. . . 1899 


252 


1497 


Rogers, N. G . . . . 


1897 


240 


907 


Scott. A. R 


. . . 1886 


164 


1079 


Rognon, E. G . . . . 
Roller, B.F 


. . . 1890 


188 


611 


Scott, C. E 


. . . 1878 


123 


1562 


. . 1898 


247 


674 


Scott, J. A 


. . . 18S0 


131 


1676 


Roller, E 


. . . 1900 


259 


M-42 


-Scott, L. D 


. . . 1900 


295 


1247 


Roller, M. B 


. . . 1893 


210 


1664 


-Scott, L. M 


. . . 1900 


258 


1150 


*Romel, L. W 


. . . 1891 


198 


L-108 


Scott, VV. S 


. . . 1890 


273 


L-147 


Rose, A. G 


. . . 1892 


277 


1313 


Seaman, M. A . . . . 


. . . 1894 


218 


782 


Rose, CD 


. . . 1883 


147 


1335 


Seaman, W. G . . . . 


. . . 1891 


196 


1133 


Rose, E. A 


. . . 1891 


195 


L-170 


Sears, F. H 


. . . 1893 


279 


1563 


Rose, R. H 


. . . 1898 


247 


997 


Secrest, J. P 


. . . 1888 


176 


1378 


Rosger, I . . ■ • • . 


. . . 1895 


226 


M-7 


Sedwick, J. S . . 


. . . 1891 


290 


A-12 


Ross, I. B 


. . . 1893 


296 


T-22 


Selby, Z 


. . . 1891 


284 


1248 


Ross, S. A 


. . . 1893 


210 


1314 


Self, CM 


. . . 1894 


218 


1047 


*Roth, M. W 


. . . 1889 


183 


52 


Sellers, T. S 


. . - 1847 


40 


133 


Rous, J. P 


. . . 1855 


52 


1315 


Semens, R. L . . . . 


. . . 1894 


218 


707 


Rowan, T. E 


. . . 1881 


136 


1613 


Sevringhaus, E.N 
Seward, J. J 


. . . 1899 


252 


1437 


Rowe, B. E 


. . . 1896 


233 


675 


. . . 1880 


131 


1192 


Rowe, W. S 


. . . 1892 


203 


H 


Seys, J E 


. D. 1867 


302 


M-25 


'•Rowley, A. K . . . . 


. . . 1895 


292 


814 


Shackelford, J. W . . 


. . . 1884 


152 


1312 


Royse, C A 


. . '. 1894 


218 


374 


Shaffer, H. J 


. . . 1871 


89 


f 1498 


Royse, F C D .... 


. . . 1897 


240 


15H5 


Shaffer, T. P 


. . . 1898 


247 


1087 


*Royse, M. W . . . . 


. . . 1890 


189 


784 


Shannon, T. J. . . . 


. . . 1883 


148 


■ 612 


Rueker, J. W . . . . 


. . . 1884 


152 


224 


Sharp, J. H 


. . . 1863 


67 


223 


Ruddell, J. H . . . . 


. . . 1863 


67 


954 


Sharp, M. H 


. . . 1887 


170 


868 


*Rudisell, C. I . . . . 


. . . 1885 


158 


1193 


Sharp, O. T 


. . . 1892 


203 


96 


Rudisell, M. B . . . 


. . . 1852 


46 


1138 


Sharp, W. H 


. . . 1889 


182 


1080 


Rudy, F. T 


. . . 1890 


188 


407 


Shaw, A 


. . 1872 


94 


1611 


Rudy, W. O 


. . . 1899 


252 


434 


Shaw, H. F 


. . . 1873 


98 


1499 


Ruick, S. K 


. . . 1897 


240 


M-43 


Shaw, P 


. . . 1900 


295 


746 


Runibarger, F. T . . 


. . . 1882 


142 


1251 


Sheeks, M. L . . . . 


. - . 1893 


210 




Ruter, R. R . . . . fl 


I. D. 1852 


262 


871 


Shepard, W. O. . . I 


). D. 1885 


159 


869 


Rutberford, 8. M . . 


. . . 1885 


159 


123 


Sherfy, C W . . . . 


. . . 1854 


51 


A-8 


*Rutledge, E. A . . . 


. . . 1893 


296 


215 


Sherfy, W. H . . . . 


. . . 1862 


65 


M-36 


Rutledge. M . . . . 


. . . 1899 


294 


873 


Sheridan, E. S . . . 


. . . 1885 


159 


1249 


Ryder, A. C 


1893 


210 


570 


Sheridan, M. J . . 


. . . 1877 


118 




Rynerson, I. N . . J 


I. D. 1850 


261 


872 


Sheridan, W. F . . . 


. . . 1885 


159 










1501 


Shireman, E. C . . • 


. . . 1897 


240 




S. 






612 


Shields, A. M . . . . 


. . . 1878 


123 










88 


Shields, J. M 




. . . 1851 


45 


L-169 


Sagar, A. N 


. . . 1893 


279 


L-ll 


Shipley, R. . 




. . . 1856 


263 


673 


Salmans, L. B . . . . 


. . . 1880 


131 


293 


Shipps, C. T. 




. . . 1868 


78 


1564 


Sandifur, F. N . . . 


. . . 1898 


247 


1081 


Shirk, O. N . 




. . . 1890 


188 


1500 


Sandy, W. J 


. . . 1897 


440 


249 


Shirley, H. W 




. . . 1866 


71 


1379 


Sankey, A. B . . . . 


. . . 1895 


220 


53 


Short, G. . . 




. . . I8J7 


40 


318 


Sargent, J. B . . . . 


. . . 1869 


81 


A-16 


Short, S . . 




. . . 1894 


297 


1134 


Sasamori, U 


. . . 1891 


195 


319 


Shultz. J. H .. . 


. . . 1869 


81 


708 


Sato, A 


. . . 1881 


136 


1382 


Shumaker, E. 8 . . . 


. . . 1895 


226 


655 


*Sawyer, R. B . . . . 


. . . 1880 


128 


L-148 


Shutts, F. B. . . 


. . . 1892 


277 


1380 


Savers, F. B 


. . 1895 


226 


571 


Siddall, J. H . . . . 


. . . 1877 


118 


870 


Sayler, H. L. . . . 


. . . 1885 


159 


998 


Simison. C. G . . . , 


. . . 1888 


176 




Saylor, M. S. . . . R 


1. D. 1851 


306 


1039 


Simison, D. P . . . . 


. . . 1889 


182 


813 


Searritt, E. L ... 


1881 


152 


1144 


-Simison, G. T . . . 


. . 1891 


197 



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Simison, J. F. . 


. . . 1879 


128 


908 


Smith, W. C. . . . 




1886 


164 


358 


♦Simmons, M. C . 


. . . 1871 


87 


1196 


Smyser, M 




1892 


204 


13^3 


Simms, D. F. ... 


. . . 1895 


226 


1195 


Smyser, S. F. . . . 




1892 


203 


1-566 


Simonson, B. F . . 


. . . 1898 


247 


1677 


Smythe, A 




1900 


259 


1136 


Simpson, C . . . 


. . . 1891 


190 


159 


Smythe G. C . . . 




ia58 


57 


L-149 


Sims, C. G 


. . . 1892 


277 


711 


Smythe, O. T. . . . 




1881 


137 


180 


Sims, C N £ 


L.D. 18M 


60 


956 
1318 


Snyder, \V. J. . . . 
Sollenberger, W. E. 




1887 
1894 


171 
219 


530 


Sims, J. S 


. . . 1876 


112 


M-7 


♦Southard, J. S. . . 




1891 


280 


89 


Sinclair, S. W . . . 


. 1851 


45 


787 


Southard, L. E. . . 




1883 


148 


13 


Sinex, T. H . . . . E 


. D. 1842 


33 


1439 


Sparks, W. M . . . 




1896 


233 


•28 


Sinex, W. J 


. . . 1844 


36 


124 


Spalding. W. J. . . 


ph.b! 


1854 


51 


467 


Skinner, H. M. . . . 


. . . 1874 


103 


1040 


Spencer, C C . . . 




1889 


182 


785 


Slaughter, M. S . . . 


. . . 1883 


148 


999 


Spencer, E. B. T. . 




1888 


177 


181 


Slavens, J. W. L. . . 


. . . 1859 


60 


A-3 


Spencer, L. W . . . 




1890 


295 


158 


Slavens, L. C. 


. . . 1858 


57 


1502 


Spencer, P. M . . . 




1897 


210 


375 


Sloane, T. A 


. . . 1871 


89 


752 


Spinks, E. A. . . . 




1882 


143 


1567 


Slowthower, H. W. - 


. . . 1898 


247 


815 


Spray, E. F. ... 




1884 


152 


1137 


Sluss, E. E 


. . . 1891 


196 


160 


Springer, C. F. . . 




1858 


57 


1082 


Sluss, J. W 


. . . 1890 


188 


614 


Springer, J. W. . . 




1878 


123 


748 


Small, A. A 


. . . 1882 


143 


H 


Spurgin, W. F. . . 
Spurlock, G. M. . . 


a! m.' 


1890 


301 


709 


Small, E. E 


. . . 1881 


187 


L-151 




1892 


277 


572 


Smedley, L. E. . . . 


. . . 1877 


118 


M-ll 


Spurlock, M. S. . . 




1892 


291 


955 


Smiley, T. E 


. . . 1887 


170 


H 


Stabler, T 


b! b.' 


1887 


303 


1384 


Smith, A 


. . . 1895 


226 


L-152 


Stahl, A. A 




1892 


277 


M-3 


*Smith, A. A 


. . . 1889 


289 


575 


Stair, M.J 




1877 


118 


L-150 


Smith, A. E . . . . 


. . . 1892 


277 


161 


Staley, E. H. ... 




1858 


57 


268 


Smith, A. F 


. . . 1867 


"74 


1503 


Staley J. M. . . . 




1897 


240 


1385 


Smith, A. P 


. . . 1895 


227 


1319 


Stanforth, C. B . . 




1894 


219 


1614 


Smith, B. A 


. . . 1899 


252 


1207 


♦Stanley O. B. . . . 




1893 


205 


151 


Smith, B. L 


. . . 1857 


55 


1062 


*8tarr, M. S. D . . . 




1S90 


185 


A-17 


Smith, B. M . . . 


. . . 1894 


297 


1253 


Stauffer, F. P . . . 




1893 


210 


134 


Smith, B. W 


. . . 1855 


53 


1263 


♦Steele, D. W. . . . 




1893 


212 


1316 


Smith, C. E 


. . . 1894 


218 


143 


Steele, E. A . 




1856 


54 


1568 


Smith, CM 


. . . 1898 


248 


1440 


Steele, 1 




1896 


233 


786 


Smith, C P . . . . 


. . . 1883 


148 


909 


Steele, J. E . . . . 




1886 


164 


267 


Smith, C. W 


. . . 1867 


74 


910 


Stegmaier, C E. . 




1886 


164 


1252 


Smith, C. W 


. . . 1&93 


210 


378 


Stephens, J. C. . . 




1871 


90 


1386 


Smith, D. L 


. . . 1895 


227 


1320 


Stephens, T. E. . . 




1894 


219 


7.50 


Smith, E. C 


. . . 1882 


143 


751 


Stephenson, A. . . 




1882 


143 


1194 


Smith, E. C 


. . . 1892 


203 


816 


Stephenson, B, . . 




1884 


152 


1138 


Smith, F. M 


. . . 1891 


196 


1321 


Stephenson, C. B . 




1894 


219 


1615 


Smith, F. V 


. . . 1899 


253 


468 


Stephenson, C.W . 




1874 


103 


573 


Smith, I. H 


. . . 1877 


118 


506 


Stephenson, F. L . 




1875 


108 


651 


Smith, I. J 


. . . 1879 


128 


874 


Stephenson, J. E. . 




1885 


159 


L-47 


Smith, J. T 


. . . I860 


267 


1083 


Sterling, S. T . . . 




1890 


188 


574 


Smith, L. S 


. . 1877 


118 




Stevens, T. M . . . 


m. b.' 


1852 


262 


1365 


*Smith, L. MeC. . . . 


. . 1895 


224 


H 


Stevenson, A. C . 


LL.D. 


1888 


305 


613 


Smith, M. E 


1878 


123 


416 


♦Stevenson, M. B. . 




1873 


95 


1091 


♦Smith, M. E 


. . 1891 


190 


1569 


Stewart, G. W. . . 




1898 


248 


1291 


*Smith, M. H 


. . 1894 


215 


1678 


Stewart, M. B . . . 




1900 


259 


Mil 


Smith. M. S 


. . 1802 


291 


1197 


Stewart, O. M . . . 




1892 


204 


142 


Smith, O. H 


. . 1856 


54 


144 


Stewart, W. M. . . 




1856 


54 


216 


Smith, (). J 


. . 1862 


65 


L-24 


Stillwell, H. H. . . 




1857 


265 


749 


Smith, P. \V 


. . 1882 


143 


576 


Stillwell, W. F. . . 




1877 


118 


377 


Smith, Q. A 


. . 1871 


89 


1139 


StJohn, O. P. . . . 




1S91 


196 


710 


Smith, R. J 


. . 1881 


137 


1198 


Stokes, S. H . . . . 




1892 


204 


1317 


Smith, S. J 


1891 


218 


469 


Stokes, W. R. . . . 




1871 


103 


376 


Smith, \V 


. . 1871 


89 


995 


: 'Stone, K. M . . . . 




1888 


176 


294 


Smith, W. B 


. . 1868 


78 


151 a 1 


Stone, W. F . 




1857 


56 



330 



DePatjw University. 



Stoner, W. B 
Stolz, M.M. 
Stout, E. D. 
Stout, J. A . 
Stoy, E. B . 
Stoy, W. E . 
Strattan, S. S 
Stratton, W. P 
Stroup, E. E 
Strouse, F. E 
Stuart, R. F 
Stubbs, D. P 
Stuekey, E. W 
•■Stuckey, L. B 
Stults, F. I . 
Sturgiss, C. E 
Stutsman, J. O 
Sudranski, B 
Summers, A. T 
Sumwalt, J. A 
: =Sutherlin, E. B 
Sutherlin, II . 
Swahlen, P. H 
Sweezy, F. C . 
Swengle, W. S 
Switzer, G. W 
Switzer, M. M . 
Switzer, W. F 

T. 



Takashima, S 
Takasugi, F. T 
Takasugi, J . . 
Talbott; H. E . 
Talbott, H. J . 
Talbott, M. H . 
Talbott, T. E . 
Talburt, C. B . 
Talley, C. P . . 
Talley, H. B . 
'Tarbell, L. S . 
Tarbell, M . . 
Tarkington, J. 
Tarr, L 

Taylor, A. J . 
Taylor, B. W . 
Taylor, F. G . 
Taylor, G. S . 
Taylor. J. H . 
Taylor, M. B . 
Taylor, M. T . 
Taylor, N. M . 
Taylor, T. W . 
Taylor, W.I . 
Taylor, W. W 
Tea, R. S ... 
Teeple, E. M . 
Teeter, P. H . 
Teitsworth, E.T 



W &« 



M.D 
D. D 



^ e3 



1900 
1862 
1886 

188V) 
1871 
1886 
1891 
1898 
1879 
1895 
1890 
1856 
1891 
1891 
1898 
1888 
1895 
1900 
1878 
1893 
1889 
1876 
1899 
1883 
1868 
1881 
1898 
1884 



1892 
1896 
1891 
1852 
1873 
1897 
1845 
1878 
1897 
1898 
1883 
1884 
185:', 
1859 
1891 
1883 
1898 
1891 
1878 
1855 
1880 
1873 
1878 
1882 
1878 
1881 
1893 
1900 
188! I 



'.'.".ii 
65 

161 

282 

90 
164 
196 

248 
128 
227 
273 
264 
196 
190 
248 
177 
227 
259 
123 
211 
290 
112 
253 
148 
78 
137 
248 
152 



199 

182 

1506 

269 

269 

532 

507 

H 

H 

T-5S 

T-2 

914 

1682 

819 

H 

875 

408 

1200 

H 

1683 

620 

H 

225 

754 

A-19 

H 

1617 

677 

21 

L-84 

1508 

1507 

577 

46 

82 

1145 

14 

H 



437 
715 
820 
527 

1509 
506 

1618 
250 

1084 

1322 
H 
5t 

1042 

738 

L-185 

913 

712 

83 

1684 

1085 



Lbs 
- ^g, 



Telle, G.W . . 
Templin, H. W 
Templin, W. H 
Tennant, R. S 
Terrell, E. H. 
Terrell, F . . 
Terrell, W . . 
Tevis, A. H . 
Tevis, J. S . . 
Thackrey, J. E 
Tharp, T. D . 
Thayer, E. P 
Thayer, M . 
Thayer, M. R 
Thesin, H. B 
Thomas, C. O 
Thomas, D, W 
Thomas, F. A 
Thomas, H. W 
Thomas, J. E 
Thomas, R. L 
Thompson, E 
Thompson, E. P 
Thompson, C. N 
Thompson, M 
Thompson, R. W 
Thompson, W. H 
Throop, A . 
Thurston, D 
Tiffin, T. W . 
Tilden, E. A 
Tilden,F.C 
Tingley, H. W 
Tingley, J . 
Tingley, J . 
Tippy, W. M 
Titus, C. H 
Todd, D . . 
Todd, R. N. 
Tomlinson, J. M, 
Tomlinson, J. W 
Torr, E . . . 
Torr, J. C . . 
*Torr, S. L . . 
Town, E. K . 
'Town, F. L . 
Town, M R . 
Town, S. B . 
Treat, C. W . 
Tribby, M A 
Trickett, W 
Trimble, H. H 
Troth, C. T . 
-Truitt, N. L . 
Tsugara, R 
Tucker, J. B 
Tucker, M. L 
Tucker, T. L 
Tuller, R. J . 
Turk, M. H . 



D. 

b". 

LL. 



Ph. 



LL. D 



>* a 
O 



Alumni — Index. 



331 



1323 

497 

H 

rtO 

1256 

98 

1510 

•296 



H 
1389 

791 

716 
H 

578 



915 

409 

M-17 

B-a 

957 
M-37 

L-13 

508 

1257 

H 

876 

958 

1511 

H 

579 

1685 

73 



1575 

755 

1686 

580 

1258 

1442 

1086 

144:: 

47m 

581 

1146 

1087 

1619 

297 

1001 

H 

959 

1088 



Names. 



Turk. O. H . 
Turman, F. L 
Turner. A . . 
Turner. B. M 
Turner, J. U. 
Turner. W. S 
Tutewiler, H. M 
Tyler. J. C. . . . 

U. 

Upham. F . . . 
Upson. H. T. . , 
Urmston. C. L. , 
Urmston, J. K. , 

Utter. R. D . . . 
Uzzell. T. A . . . 



Valentine. H. E. . 
Van Buskirk, J. B 
Van Dyke. F. W 
Van Horn. (J. \Y 
Va ught, L. <) . 
Vaught, R. . . 
Vawter, J. H. . 
Vermillion, R. R 
Vermilya, J. C 
Vernon, L. M . 
Vest.E.R 
Viekery, M. E. 
Viekery. S . . 
Villars, I . . . 
Vivian. E. C . 
Voliva. O . . . 
Voorhees, D. W 

W. 



c~bt 



D. D. 



D. D. 



D. D. 



Wade, R. J . 
Walker. A. E 
Walker, E. C 
Walker. F. A 
Walker, F. A 
Walker, F. I. 
Walker. G. M 
Walker. .1. M 
Walker. .1. W 
Walker. M. A 
Walker, M. N. A 
Walker, M. R . 
Walker, O. D 
Walker. W. C . 
Walker. W. F . 
Wallace. A. G . 
Wallace. R K. 
Walsh, J. D . . 
Walter, T. P. 
Walters, J. C . 



LL. D. 



1894 

1875 
1 sx:i 
1848 
1893 
1852 
1897 
1868 



1863 

1895 
1883 
1881 
1897 
1877 



1886 

1862 
1893 
1884 
1887 
1899 
1856 
1875 
1893 
1867 
1885 
1887 
1897 
1883 
1877 
1900 
1849 



1882 
1900 
1877 
1893 
1896 
1890 
18! « 
1874 
1*77 
1891 
1890 
1899 
1851 
1868 
1852 
1^ 
1884 
1887 
1890 



248 
1 II 
260 
11 '.) 
211 
233 
189 
234 
103 
119 
197 
189 
253 
262 
78 
262 
177 
300 
171 

189 



1398 
M-38 

1259 
251 
271 
270 
32) i 

1576 
916 

1444 

1089 
839 

1390 
A-3 
822 

L-33 

1577 

1043 

135 

550 

L-173 

889 

L-153 

H 

H 

L-48 

1620 

H 

272 

1260 
3S1 
582 

M-22 

157S 

509 

H 

1687 
510 
90 
112 

1117 

1512 
821 

1688 
226 

L-73 

H 

L-174 

877 

1090 
298 

T-38 

A-13 

348 

583 

H 

4 

1044 
960 
471 



Names. 



- - i 5 
2 c >■ i 

5 ss-- ■ 



Walton, B. C. 

Waltz, C. D. 

Waltz, E. . . 

Waltz, H. C. . 

Waltz, J. H. . 

Waltz, J. K. . 

Waltz, J. K. . 

Waltz, W. J. 

Warn pier, A. II 

Want, M. M. 

Ward, A. 
*Ward, G. C. . 

Ward.H. M. . 
*Ward, L. S. . 

Ward, W. . . 

Ward, W. D. 

Waiving, E. C 

Warner, F. S. 

Warsson, J. D. A 
♦Washburn, L. D. 

Watkins, J L 
*Watkins, M. C. 

Watson, D. E. . 

Watson, G. D. . 

Watson, J. V. . 

Watson, W. . . 

Watts, C. S. . . 

Waugn, J. S. . 

Waynick, (J. ('. 

Weaver. I. B. . 

Webb, J. W, . . 

Webb, K. . . . 

Webber, E. . . 

Webster, .T. W. 

Webster, Z. . . 

Weed, L. S. . . 

Weik, A. L. . . 

Weik, J. W. . . 

Weir, R. M. . . 

Welborn, G.Y. 

Welborn, G. R. 

Welch, H. B. . 

Wells. A, ... 

Wells, E. H. . 

Wells, M. I*. . 

Wells, S. R. . . 

Wells, W. . . . 

Werteiiberger, M 

West. P. D. 
West, R. O. 
Westerfield, .1. F 
Weston, II. C. . 
Weston, M. B. . 
Wharton, J. W. 
Wharton, W. L 
Wheeler, E. H. 
Wheeler, J. . . 
Wheeler, M. H 
Wheeler. W. M 
Wheeler, W. O. 



1896 
1899 
1893 
1866 
1867 
1867 
1869 
1898 
1886 
1896 
1890 
1885 
1895 
1S90 
1884 
1858 
1898 
1889 
1855 
1877 
1693 
1886 
1892 
1876 
1853 
1860 
1899 
1879 
1867 
1893 
1871 
1877 
1894 
1898 
1875 
1872 
1900 
1875 
1851 
1853 
1891 
1897 
1869 
1900 
1863 
1887 
1875 
1893 
1885 
1890 
1868 
1893 
1893 
1870 
1877 
1858 
1840 
1889 
1887 
1874 



332 



DePauvv University. 



Whisand, F. V. D 
Whi taker, N. A. 
Whiteomb, H. H. 
Whitcomb, L. A. 
Whiteomb, W. A. 
White, A F. 
White, A. 8. . . . 
White, C. E. . . 
White, E. F. . . 

White, H 

White, J. 8. 
Whitehead, E. J. 
Whitford, J. W. . 
Whitsitt, A. 
Whitsitt, W. M. . 
Whitted, A. M. . 
Whitted, E. E. 
Wickersham, J. . 
Wickwire, T. 8. . 
Wight, K. W. 
Wilcox, P. . . . 
Wilcox, W. D. . . 
Wilde, F. M. . . 
Wilder, K. R. . . 
Wiley, D. . . . 

Wiley, P 

Wilkerson. J. H. 
•Wilkerson, K. O.W. 
Wilkerson, M. R 
Wilkins, W. A. . 
Wilkinson, C. . . 
Wilkinson, R. H. 
Wilklow, O. H. . 
Willets, J. R. . . 
Willits, CO... 
Williams, D. V. 
Williams, E. . . 
Williams, E. . . 
Williams, J. B. . 
; Williams, M. 8. . 
Williams, W. H. 
Williams, W. W. 
Williams, W. W. 
Wilson, D. S. 
: Wilson, G. P. 
Wilson, J. . . 
Wilson, J. A. 
Wilson, J. E. 
Wilson, M. J. 
Wilson, S. M. 
Wilson, W. T. 
Wilson, W. W. 
Wimmer, E. D 
Windell, J. A. . 
Winstandley, C. \\ 
Wirt. W. W. . . . 
Wise, F. L. ... 
Wise, W. H. . . . 
Wolf, W. B. . . . 
Wones, E. F. 



a tap 



LL 



I). 



C5 



1893 
1881 
1869 
1893 
1894 
1867 
1862 
1876 
1883 
1880 
1881 
1861 
1847 
1873 
1893 
1884 
1887 
1S62 
1892 
1894 
1879 
1&S9 
1895 
1885 
1850 
1843 
1889 
1894 
18S9 
1867 
1893 
1865 
1868 
1851 
1894 
1897 
1847 
1898 
1895 
1874 
1896 
1S96 
1900 
1S93 
1S96 
1856 
1882 
1894 
1893 
1855 
1891 
1870 
1886 
1852 
1848 
1898 
1894 
1891 
1897 
1896 



291 
138 

82 
211 
219 

75 
3o:> 
112 
149 
131 
138 
268 

41 

98 
286 
153 
171 
26s 
278 
219 
128 
183 
227 
160 
261 

35 
183 
219 
183 

75 
212 

70 

79 
262 
219 
212 

40 
298 
221 
104 
233 
234 
260 
212 
2113 
264 
144 
221 1 
212 
26:; 
197 

86 
165 
262 

41 
249 
220 
197 
242 
231 



472 

1690 

1515 

H 

679 
1392 

183 
1622 

227 

200 
1621 

H 

1150 

585 

H 

1516 

1201 

74 

H 

962 

584 

439 

511 

654 

323 

1691 

1048 

H 

1329 

1332 

1049 

878 

241 

1522 

793 

473 



184 

324 

1580 

824 

325 

326 

1330 

621 

H 

91 

H 

39 

L-25 

327 

474 

1517 

475 



Names. 



a on 



Wood, D. M. 
Wood, E. M. 
Wood.F. . 
Wood, J. . 
Wood, M. E. 
Wood, M. N. 
Wood, 8. F. 
Wood, 8. F. 
Wood, T. B. 
Woodcock, F. S. 
Woodfleld, C. L. 
Wooden, J. . . . 
Woods, J. 8. . . . 
Woods, L. R. . . 
Woods, M. D. . . 
Woods, W. A. . . 
Woodson, T. P. . 
Woodward, A. R 
Woodward, V. C 
Worman, J. H. . 
Worrall, J. H. 
Worthington,D. H 
Wray, A. F. . . 
Wray, N. L. . . 
Wray, W. W. . 
Wright, G. M. . 
Wright, H. D. 
Wright, H.H. . 
Wright, J. A. . 
Wright, J. A. . 
•Wright, M. A. . 
Wright, M. B. . 
Wright, W. E. 
Wyant, W. O. . 
: Wynekoop, C. B 
Wynn, F.B. . . 
Wysong, C. M. 



Yates, A. V. H. . . 

Yates, W.J 

Yenne, M 

Yocum, L. G. . . . 

Yohn, A. B 

Yohn, C. G 

Young, A. F. . . 
Young E. B. . . . 

Young, J 

YouDg; J. B. ... 
Young, J. B. ... 
Young, J. H. ... 
Young, W. A. M. . 
You n ghl ood , A . J . . . 
Yount, A. H. . . . 

Yount, M 

Yount, M. 8. ... 



D. D. 



A. M 



LL. D 



M. D. 
D. D. 



LL. D. 



I'h. 



LL 



D.D. 

d! D. 



Alumni — Index. 



333 



e 


Names. 


Honorary 

and 
University 
Degrees. 


a 
<~ o 

03 

^ oS 


to 

oS 

a. 


u 
03 



z 


Names. 


Honorary 

and 
University 
Degrees. 


t-oj 
?* oS 




to 




Z. 

Zaring. C. W. . . . 




1887 
1891 
1881 


172 

198 
303 


1692 
964 

1623 
534 

880 


Zeigler, F. D. . . . 
Zeller, CM... 




1900 
1887 
1899 
1876 

18S5 


260 
172 


963 
1151 


Zimmerman, H. H. 
Zion, C. McC 




253 
112 
160 


H 


Zaring, W. M. . . . 


D. D. 


Zulauf, J. C ... . 





GENERAL INDEX. 



ALUMNI: 

Asbury College of Liberal Arts, 31 

School of Medicine, 261 

School of Law, • . . . 262 

School of Theology, • 281 

. School of Music 289 

School of Art 295 

Honorary, 298 

CORPORATION : 

Officers, 1 

Trustees, 3 

Visitors 8 

FACULTIES: 

Officers, 15 

Professors, 18 

Instructors, etc., 27 

HISTORICAL SKETCH vi 



PERSONAL SKETCHES: 

Audrus, Reuben, xxiv 

Benson, Henry C, xxxii 

Berry, Lucien W., xxii 

Bragdon, E. E. E., . . • • • xxxiii 

Curry, Daniel, xxiii 

Downey, Charles G., xxx 

Earp, John E., xxxix 

Fletcher, Miles J., xxxv 

Hoyt, Benjamin T„ xxxvi 

Larrabee, William C , xxix 

Locke, John W., xxxvii 

Martin, Alexander, xxvi 

McNutt. Patterson, xxxix 

Nadal, Bernard H., xxxiv 

Nutt, Cyrus, xxvii 

Ridpath, John Clark, xxviii 

Rogers, Lewis L., xxxviii 

Simpson, Matthew, xxi 

Tefft, Benjamin F., xxxii 

Tingley, Joseph xxviii 

Wheeler, John, ■ xxxi 

Wiley, Philander, xxxvi