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UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 



Diographical (catalogue 



Matriculates of the College 



TOGETHER WITH LISTS OF 

The Members of the College Faculty 

AND THE 

Trustees Officers 

AND 

Recipients of Honorary Degrees 



1 749- 1 893 



PREPARED BY 

A Committee of the Society of the alumni 



PHILADELPHIA 
PRINTED for THE SOCIETY 
^ 1894 









PRESS OF 

AviL Printing Company 

PHII.ADl!r.PHIA 



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PREFACE. ^^£l^;^SlP 



The present catalogue is the outcome of a resolution adopted at its annual 
meeting in 1885 by the Society of the Alumni. A short time previously at a 
reunion of the Class of 1862 the attempt had been made to provide brief notes 
of the careers of its members, and it was thought that similar notes of all who 
had ever attended the Departments of Arts and of Science in the University 
of Pennsylvania would be interesting and useful. 

It was almost immediately recognized that a book of this kind would require 
so much labor in its preparation as to justify going a little farther than was at 
first contemplated and obtaining additional data which would be valuable 
to anyone desiring to prepare a complete biography of any matriculate of the 
College. The determination to perform the task in this way transformed the 
work from a mere catalogue with occasional notes as to date of death, etc., into 
a collection of short biographical sketches. 

The Committee did not consider itself absolved from its obligation toward 
the Alumni Society and the University by the failure of those addressed to 
respond to its inquiries, and has sought information from all sources, though 
not always with success. It must be remembered that the problem with which 
the Committee has had to deal is one of a biographical catalogue commencing 
in Colonial days, relating to an institution situated in the centre of the scene 
of the war of Independence, and therefore deprived of many of the archives 
which at a less distracted locality or in" a more peaceful era would have been 
obtainable. 

With a view to obtaining necessary information of the persons designated 
without invading their rights to privacy, a carefully considered question-sheet 
was sent out by the Committee to all matriculates or their representatives. 
Editing the material collected has not been easy. Believing it necessary to 
limit itself to the bare statement of facts, without elaboration of any kind, the 
Committee feels that injustice seems to be done to some eminent matriculates 
who were neither authors nor holders of public oflSce, and whose records 
therefore appear meagre. This could not be remedied without the preparation 
of much fuller biographies than space and means would permit. Other diflfi- 
culties were supplying deficiencies in cases where the returned question -sheet 
omitted items proper for insertion, and the excision of matter, in cases where 
the returns were too full. 

During the time which has elapsed since information concerning certain 
matriculates was secured, events which should be noted have occurred. The 
Committee has tried to obtain and insert all such additional information. That 
received too late for embodiment in the text will be found in the table of 
Additions and Corrections. 

The book is intended to include every matriculate in those courses now 
embraced in the College of the University of Pennsylvania, but the Committee 
has not included the Department of Chemistry Applied to the Arts, of which 

(iii) 



iv PREFACE. 

the matriculates will be found in the annual catalogues from 1854 to i860. No 
degrees were conferred, and this course was never incorporated with the College 
courses. The Department of Music was not incorporated with the College 
courses until 1884, but all the students in that department have been included. 
The Department of Biology, until 1889, was independent, afi&liated with the 
Medical Department. From that date this course became one of the College 
courses, and those who pursued it have been included in this catalogue. 

The University began the publication of annual catalogues in 1829. Prior 
to that date, while the lists of graduates may be regarded as accurate, the lists 
of matriculates have been made up with great difficulty, from minute-books, 
reports, etc. , and are very incomplete. 

In accordance with the vnll of the majority of the Committee, the work has 
been arranged by classes : that is to say, the name of a matriculate is put down 
with others under the year when his class graduated. Though pains were taken 
to secure accuracy in classification, some errors have doubtless been made, 
particularly in recent years, when the organization of the College, with its 
numerous courses of varying length, has grown very complex. Some anom- 
alies will be found where a matriculate was a member of more than one class : 
others where a degree was conferred on a matriculate subsequently to the date 
of graduation of his class. 

In a work of this character, covering a period of more than one hundred 
and forty years, and embracing sketches of about five thousand men and 
women, doubtless many errors will be found. It is earnestly hoped that matricu- 
lates or others able to correct such errors or supply omissions will communicate 
with the Historiographer of the Alumni Society of the College Department, 
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 

PBRSIfor Frazer. 



CATALOGUE COMMITTEE. 



Persifor Frazer (1862), A. M., D. ^s Sci. Nat. (Univ. France), Chairman. 

AI.FRED Stii,i,E (1832), A. M., M. D., LL. D. 

Benjamin Chew Tii,ghman (1839), A. M. 

Horatio Gates Jones (1841), A. M., D. C. I^. Died 1893. 

Morton Pearson Henry (1843), A. M. 

WlIvWAM ROTCH WiSTER (1846), A. M. 

Isaac Norris, Jr. (1852), A. M., M. D. 

Frank Marx Etting (1854), A. M. Died 1890. 

Richard Lewis Ashhurst (1856), A. M., LL.B. 

George Tucker Bispham (1858), A. M., LL. B. 

Gregory Bernard Keen (1861), A. M. 

Rev. Jesse Young Burk (1862), A. M. 

Wii^WAM Pepper (1862), A. M., M. D., hh. D. 

Rev. Robert Ritchie (1862), A. M., I,Iv. B. 

Ai,BERT Hauler Gross ( 1864), A. M. 

Henry Budd (1868), A. M. Resigned 1886. 

Joseph Cresson Frai.ey (1868), A. M. 

EwiNG Jordan (1868), A. M., M. D. 

Henry Gai^braith Ward (1870), A. M. 

Henry Chari^es Oi^msted (1872), A. M., LL. B. Died 1893. 

Chari.es Penrose Keith (1873). B. S. Resigned 1887. 

Effingham Bucki^ey Morris (1875), A. M., LL. B. 

Wii,i.jAM Henry Ki.app (1876), A. M., M. D. 

George Stani^ey Phili^er (1877), A. M., LL. B. 

John Dougi,ass Brown, Jr. (1879), A. M., LL. B. 

Rev. Charles Peter Beauchamp Jefferys, Jr. (1889), Ph. B., B. D. 



(V) 



Table of Contents. 



PAGB. 

Preface iii 

Catalogue Committee v 

Table of Contents vii 

Organization of the University ix 

Trustees and Oflficers of the University xi 

Faculty and Instructors of the College Department xxi 

Additions and Corrections xxxiii 

Abbreviations, References, etc xli 

Matriculates of the College Department i 

Recipients of Honorary Degrees 5^7 

Enumeration 534 

Index 535 



(vii) 



ORGANIZATION 

OF THE 

University of Pennsylvania, 



The "Constitutions of the Publick Academy in the City of Philadelphia" 
was signed by the Trustees elected by the contributors, November 13, 1749. 

The institution was incorporated by the Proprietaries, July 13, 1753, as 
"The Academy and Charitable School in the Province of Pennsylvania." An 
additional charter was granted June 16, 1755, changing the title to "The 
College, Academy and Charitable School of Philadelphia, in the Province of 
Pennsylvania." 

The first commencement was held May 17, 1757, in the College Hall. 

The Medical Department was organized May 3, 1765, and the first degrees 
were conferred, June 21, 1768, at a special commencement, the graduates in Arts 
not taking their degrees until December. 

The charters were abrogated by an act of Assembly, passed September 27, 
1779) which at the same time created a new institution, under the title of "The 
University of the State of Pennsylvania," and vested in it the property of the 
College. 

The College was revived by an act of Assembly, passed March 6, 1789, 
repealing so much of the act of 1779 as deprived the College of its charter and 
property. 

The institutions maintained separate existences until November, 1791, when, 
in pursuance of an act of Assembly, passed on the thirtieth of September of 
that year, they were united as " The University of Pennsylvania." 

Until 1850 the University was composed of the Department of Arts and the 
Medical Department ; in that year the Law Department was organized.* 

In 185 1 the Department of Chemistry applied to the Arts was added. This 
was changed, in 1855, to the Department of Mines, Arts, and Manufactures, and 
again, in 1863, to the College of Agriculture, Mines, Arts, and Mechanic Arts. 
In 1872 the name was once more changed to the Department of Science, and 
this, in 1875, became the Towne Scientific School. 

A Department of Fine Arts, established in 1861, was abolished in 1869. 

The Auxiliary Faculty of Medicine, changed subsequently to the Auxiliary 
Department of Medicine, was established in 1865. 

The Department of Music was added in 1877, and the Department of 
Dentistry in 1878. 

•A Professorship of I^w had been created in 1790, and filled by the appointment of James 
Wilson, of the Supreme Court of the United States. Though their brilliant opening gave 
promise of success of the attempt to introduce in America the scientific study of law, Judge 
Wilson's lectures were not continued after the first year. 

(ix) 



X UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

The Wharton School of Finance and Economy was added in 1881, and the 
Departments of Philosophy, of Veterinary Medicine, of Biology and of Physical 
Culture were added respectively in 1882, 18S3, and 1884. 

The Museum of Archaeology and Palaeontology was established in 1889, and 
the Laboratory of Hygiene, the Graduate Department for Women and the 
Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology in 1893. 

The College Department was further developed by Courses in Architecture, 
in American History, and special two and four year Courses in Arts, in Chem- 
istry, in Chemical Engineering, in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and 
in Civil Engineering which were established in 1892 and 1893. 
The University now comprises the following departments : 
The College, in which are given. 

The Arts and Science Courses. 

The Course in Science and Technology. 

The Course in Finance and Economy. 

The Course in American History. 

The Course in Biology. 

The Course in Music. 

The Course in Architecture, 

The Special Two-year Course in Architecture. 

The Four-year Course in Chemistry. 

The Four-year Course in Chemical Engineering. 

The Four-year Course in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. 

The Four-year Course in Civil Engineering. 
The Department of Medicine. 
The University Hospital. 
The Department of Law. 
The Auxiliary Department of Medicine. 
The Department of Dentistry. 
The Department of Philosophy. 
The Department of Veterinary Medicine. 
The Department of Physical Education. 
The Museum of Archaeology and Palaeontology. 
The Laboratory of Hygiene. 
The Graduate Department for Women. 
The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology. 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS 

OF THE 

University of Pennsylvania 

' UNDER ITS SEVERAL CHARTERS. 



TRUSTEES OF THE COLLEGE. 



ELECTED BY THE CONTRIBUTORS. 

ELECTED. CEASED. 

1749 Hon. James Logan deceased 1751 

1749 Thomas Hopkinson deceased 1751 

1749 Thomas Lawrence deceased 1754 

1749 Charles Willing deceased 1755 

1749 Lloyd Zachary deceased 1756 

1749 Tench Francis deceased 1758 

1749 Joshua Maddox deceased 1759 

1749 William Masters deceased 1760 

1749 Thomas Leech deceased 1762 

1749 Samuel McCall, Jr deceased 1762 

1749 Robert Strettell deceased 1762 

1749 Abram Taylor retired 1762 

1749 William Plumsted deceased 1765 

1749 William Coleman deceased 1769 

1749 Thomas White resigned 1772 

1749 Phineas Bond, M. D deceased 1773 

1749 Philip Syng retired 1773 

1749 John Inglis deceased 1775 

1749 Rev. Richard Peters, D. D deceased 1776 

1749 Joseph Turner resigned 1779 

1749 Hon. William Allen deceased 1780 

1749 William Shippen, M. D retired 1779 

1749 Thomas Bond, M. D deceased 1784 

1749 Hon. Benjamin Franklin, LL. D deceased 1790 

ELECTED SUBSEQUENTLY BY THE TRUSTEES, IN VIRTUE OF THE POWER VESTED 
IN THEM BY THE " CONSTITUTIONS" OF 1749, AND CHARTER OF 1753. 

175X Isaac Norris resigned 1755 

175 1 Thomas Cadwalader resigned 1779 

1754 Hon. James Hamilton deceased 1783 

1755 Alexander Stedman retired 1778 

1755 John Mifflin deceased 1759 



Xii UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI<VANIA. 

ELECTED. ' CEASED. 

1757 Hon. Benjamin Chew retired 1791 

1758 Hon. Edward Shippen, Jr.* 1791 

1759 William Coxe • retired 1771 

1760 Hon. Thomas Willing retired 1791 

1761 Rev. Jacob Duch^, D. D retired 1778 

1762 Lyn-Ford Lardner deceased 1775 

1762 Amos Strettell deceased 1780 

1762 Andrew Elliot retired 1762 

1762 John Redman, M. D retired 1791 

1764 Hon. John Penn retired 1779 

1765 John Lawrence retired 1791 

1769 John Allen • deceased 1778 

1771 Isaac Jones deceased 1773 

1772 Hon. Richard Penn retired 1775 

1773 Samuel Powel* I79i 

1773 Hon. Thomas Mifflin I79i 

1774 Rt. Rev. William White, D. D.* • 179^ 

1775 James Tilghman retired 1788 

1775 Andrew Allen retired 1778 

1778 Hon. Robert Morris retired 1791 

1778 Hon. Francis Hopkinson deceased 1791 

1779 Alexander Wilcocks retired 1791 

1779 George Clymer* I79i 

1779 John Cadwalader deceased 1786 

1779 Edward Biddle deceased 1779 

1779 Hon. James Wilson retired 1791 

1789 Thomas Fitzsimons* 179^^ 

1789 Henry Hill retired 1791 

1789 John Nixon retired 1791 

1789 Caspar Wister, M. D retired 1791 

1789 Hon. Richard Peters retired 1791 

1789 Rev. Robert Blackwell, D. D.* I79i 

1789 Samuel Miles* 179^ 

1789 Hon. William Bingham* 179^ 

1789 William Lewis* I79i 

1789 Robert Hare* 179^ 

1790 Edward Burd* 179^ 

1790 David Hayfield Conyngham* 179^ 

TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

APPOINTED. ^ . C^^SED. 

1779 The President of the Supreme Executive Council, ^;f o^ao . . . . 1790 

1779 The Vice-President of the Supreme Executive Council, ex officio . 1790 

1779 The Speaker of the General Assembly, ex officio 1790 

1779 The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, ^;r o^«o 1791 

1779 The Judge of the Admiralty, ^;r o^ao 1789 

1779 The Attorney-General, ex officio 179^ 

• Elected Trustee of the University of Pennsylvania at the union. 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS. 



CEASED. 



APPOINTED. 

1779 The Senior Minister of the P. E. Church in Phila., ex officio ... 1791 

1779 The Senior Minister of the Presbyterian Church in Phila., ex officio 1791 

1779 The Senior Minister of the Baptist Church in Phila., ex officio . . 1791 

1779 The Senior Minister of the Lutheran Church in Phila. , ex officio . . 1791 

1779 The Senior Minister of the German Calvinist Church in Phila., 

ex officio 1791 

1779 The Senior Minister of the Roman Catholic Church in Phila., 

ex officio 1791 

1779 Hon. Benjamin Franklin, LL. D retired 1789 

1779 William Shippen, Sr., M.D retired 1786 

1779 Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg retired 1786 

1779 William Augustus Atlee retired 1786 

1779 James Searle resigned 1781 

1779 Hon. John Evans deceased 1784 

1779 David Rittenhouse, LL. D resigned 1780 

1779 Samuel Morris, Sr deceased 1781 

1779 Hon. George Bryan deceased 1791 

1779 Thomas Bond, M. D deceased 1784 

1779 James Hutchinson, M. D resigned 1781 

1779 Jonathan Bayard Smith* 179^ 

EIvECTED SUBSEQUENTLY BY THE TRUSTEES, IN VIRTUE OF THE POWER TO 
FILL VACANCIES, VESTED IN THEM BY THE CHARTER. 

ELECTED. C^^SED. 

1780 Gerardus Clarkson, M. D deceased 1790 

1782 Hon. Joseph Reed deceased 1785 

1782 David Rittenhouse, LL. D.* I79i 

1784 Hon. William Moore retired 1789 

1784 John Bayard retired 1789 

1785 Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant* I79i 

1785 Frederick Kuhl* ^791 

1786 Samuel Miles ^791 

1786 James Irvine* ^79^ 

1786 Charles Pettit* ^791 

1787 Jared Ingersoll* ^791 

1789 George Fox retired 1791 

1789 David Jackson, M. D.* 179^ 

1789 John Bleakley* ^791 

1791 John Carson, M. D.* ^79^ 

TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

ELECTED AT THE UNION BY THE COLLEGE. 

CEASED. 



ELECTED, 

Samuel Powel deceased 1793 



791 Hon. Edward Shippen deceased 1806 



1791 

1791 Rt. Rev. William White, D. D deceased 1836 

* Elected Trustee of the University of Pennsylvania at the union. 



Xiv UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

ELECTED. CEASED. 

1791 George Cl)Tner deceased 1813 

1791 Thomas Fitzsimons deceased 181 1 

1791 Rev. Robert Blackwell, D. D resigned 1822 

1791 Samuel Miles resigned 1793 

1 79 1 Hon. William Bingham deceased 1804 

1791 Robert Hare resigned 1805 

1791 Edward Burd deceased 1831 

1791 William Lewis deceased 1819 

1791 David Hayfield Conyngham resigned 1813 

BISECTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OP PENNSYXVANIA. 

J791 Hon. Thomas McKean, LL. D.* deceased 1817 

1791 Rev. James Sproat, D. D.* deceased 1793 

J791 Jonathan Bayard Smith deceased 1812 

1 79 1 David Rittenhonse, LL. D deceased 1797 

1791 Frederick Kuhl resigned 1800 

J 79 1 Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant deceased 1793 

1791 James Irvine resigned 1807 

1791 Charles Pettit resigned 1802 

.1791 Jared Ingersoll resigned 1800 

1791 David Jackson, M. D deceased 1802 

1791 John Bleakley deceased 1802 

1791 John Carson, M. D resigned 1794 

ELECTED SUBSEQUENTLY BY THE TRUSTEES, IN VIRTUE OF THE POWER TO 
FILL VACANCIES, VESTED IN THEM BY THE CHARTER. 

1794 Edward Tilghman resigned 1807 

1794 Joseph Borden McKean deceased 1826 

1794 Alexander James Dallas deceased 1817 

1794 Joseph Ball deceased 1822 

1796 William Rawle, LL. D deceased 1835 

1797 Benjamin Rawle Morgan deceased 1840 

1800 Samuel Mickle Fox deceased 1809 

1800 Thomas Mayne Willing resigned 1807 

1802 Hon. William Tilghman deceased 1827 

1802 Moses Levy deceased 1826 

1802 John Fishburne Mifflin deceased 1813 

1806 John D. Coxe declined 1807 

1806 Adam Kuhn, M. D declined 1807 

1806 John Hill Brinton resigned 1822 

1806 James Gibson resigned 1841 

1806 John Redman Coxe, M. D resigned 1809 

1806 Anthony Morris resigned 1817 

1806 Hon. Horace Binney, LL. D resigned 1836 

1806 Hon. Joseph Hopkinson, LL. D resigned 18 19 

* Ex-officio Trustees of the University of the State of Pennsylvania ; the first as Chief 
Justice of the Supreme Court, and the second as senior minister of the Presbyterian Church 
in Philadelphia. 



TRUSTKKS AND OFFICERS. XV 

ELECTED. CEASED. 

1809 William Meredith resigned 1840 

1810 Benjamin Chew resigned 1834 

1811 Robert Wain deceased 1835 

1812 George Fox deceased 1828. 

1813 John Sergeant, LL. D resigned 1836 

1813 Thomas Willing Francis deceased 1815 

1813 Rev. James Patriot Wilson, D. D deceased 1830 

1816 Thomas Cadvvalader resigned 1836 

1818 Peter Stephen Du Ponceau, LL. D resigned 1836. 

1818 Zaccheus Collins deceased 1831 

1818 Nicholas Biddle deceased 1844 

1819 Hon. Thomas Duncan deceased 1828 

1819 Charles Chauncey, LL,. D resigned 1836 

1822 Hon. Joseph Hopkinson, LL. D deceased 1842 

1822 Joseph Reed Ingersoll, LL. D resigned 1856- 

1824 Rev. Philip Frederic Mayer, D. D deceased 1858 

1826 Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway, D. D resigned 1828. 

1826 Rev. William Heathcote de Lancey, D. D resigned 1828 

1827 Philip Holbrooke Nicklin deceased 1842 

1828 Rt. Rev. Henry Ustick Onderdonk, D. D resigned 1844 

1828 Robert Walsh, Jr. , LL. D resigned 1833 

1828 John Cole Lowber deceased 1834 

1828 Rev. Thomas Harvey Skinner, D. D., LIv. D resigned 1833 

183 1 Rev. Thomas McAuley, D. D resigned 1833 

1S31 James S. Smith deceased 1861 

1 83 1 Edward Shippen Burd resigned 1839. 

1832 John Keating resigned 1852 

1833 George Vaux deceased 1836 

1833 Rev. William Heathcote de Lancey, D. D resigned 1839 

1834 Rev. Albert Barnes • deceased 1870 

1834 John Morin Scott resigned 1856 

1836 William Rawle, Jr resigned 1855 

1836 Hon. Henry Baldwin, LL. D resigned 1839 

1836 Samuel Breck resigned 1852 

1836 Robert Maskell Patterson, M. D deceased 1854 

1836 Hartman Kuhn deceased i860 

1836 Benjamin Wood Richards deceased 185 1 

1837 Thomas Biddle deceased 1857 

1837 Lewis Wain resigned 1863 

1837 Thomas Isaac Wharton deceased 1856 

1838 Robert Ralston deceased 1858 

1839 Rev. Benjamin Dorr, D. D deceased 1869 

1839 Rev. George Washington Bethune, D. D resigned 1849 

1841 George Mifflin Wharton resigned 1868 

1841 Tobias Wagner resigned 1865 

1842 Edward Shippen Burd resigned 1844 

1842 Hon. Thomas Sergeant resigned 1854 

1842 Hon. William Morris Meredith resigned 1859 



XVI UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI.VANIA. 

ELECTED. CEASED. 

1844 Henry Jonathan Williams resigned 1859 

1844 Rev. Henry Jackson Morton, D. D deceased 1890 

1845 Rt. Rev. Alonzo Potter, D. D deceased 1865 

1851 Rev. Charles Rudolph Demm^, D. D resigned 1853 

1852 Ren6 La Roche, M. D deceased 1872 

1852 John Chapman Cresson deceased 1876 

1853 Henry Dilworth Gilpin resigned 1858 

1853 Oswald Thompson deceased 1866 

1853 Frederick Fraley, LL. D 

1854 Benjamin Gerhard deceased 1864 

1856 Horace Binney, Jr deceased 1870 

1856 Stephen Colwell deceased 1871 

1856 George Washington Norris, M. D deceased 1875 

1856 James Bayard resigned 1868 

1858 Rev. Henry Augustus Boardman, D. D resigned 1858 

1858 John Junes Clark Hare resigned 1868 

1858 Adolph Edward Borie deceased 1880 

1858 David Lewis resigned 1879 

1858 Rev. Charles William Schaeflfer, D.D.,LL.D 

i860 Hon. William Strong resigned 1871 

i860 Samuel Powel resigned 1865 

i860 Mordecai Lewis Dawson resigned i860 

1861 John Welsh, LL. D deceased 1886 

1861 Peter McCall deceased 1S80 

1863 George Bacon Wood, M. D., LL. D deceased 1879 

1864 Alexander Henry deceased 1883 

1865 Rt. Rev. William Bacon Stevens, D. D., LL. D deceased 1887 

1865 Rev. Charles Porterfield Krauth, D.D., LL.D resigned 1868 

1865 John Ashhurst resigned 1888 

1866 Charles Edwin Lex deceased 1872 

1868 William Sellers 

1869 Nathaniel Borodaille Browne deceased 1875 

1869 Rev. Richard Newton, D. D deceased 1887 

1869 Eli Kirk Price deceased 1884 

1869 John Rodman Paul, M. D deceased 1877 

1870 John Vaughan Merrick 

1871 Fairman Rogers resigned 1886 

187 1 Henry Charles Lea, LL. D resigned 1872 

1872 Rev. Elias Root Beadle, M.D., D.D., LL.D deceased 1879 

1872 Hon. George Sharswood, LL. D deceased 1883 

1873 Richard Wood 

1873 John Henry Towne deceased 1874 

1875 Silas Weir Mitchell, M.D., LL.D 

1875 George Whitney deceased 1884 

1876 Joshua Ballinger Lippincott deceased 1885 

1876 Charles Custis Harrison 

1878 James Howell Hutchinson, M. D deceased 1889 

1879 Rev. George Dana Boardman, D. D., LL. D 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS. XVU 

TELECTBD. CEASED. 

1879 William Hunt, M. D 

i88o Horace Howard Furness, Ph. D.,LIv.D.,L.H.D 

1880 Wharton Barker 

1881 Samuel Dickson 

1883 George Tucker Bispham resigned 1883 

1884 John Scott 

1885 James MacAlister, LL. D 

1885 John Clarke Sims 

1885 Henry Howard Houston 

1886 Joseph D. Potts deceased 1894 

18S6 Henry Reed 

1886 Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker, LL. D 

1887 Rt. Rev. Ozi William Whitaker, D. D 

1887 John Barnard Gest 

1889 Joseph Smith Harris 

1890 Arthur Vincent Meigs, M. D resigned 1892 

189T Walter George Smith 

1893 Charlemagne Tower, Jr 

PRESIDENTS OF THE TRUSTEES. 

COLLEGE. 

ELECTED. CEASED. 

1749 Benjamin Franklin 1756 

1756 Rev. Richard Peters, D. D 1764 

1764 Hon. James Hamilton 1764 

1764 Hon. John Penn 1771 

1771 Hon. James Hamilton i773 

1773 Hon. Richard Penn 1774 

1774 Hon. John Penn I779 

1789 Hon. Benjamin Franklin, LL. D 1790 

1790 Rt. Rev. William White, D. D 1791 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 
1779 Hon. Joseph Reed 1781 

1781 Hon. William Moore 1782 

1782 Hon. John Dickinson 1785 

1788 Hon. Thomas McKean, LL. D 1791 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1791 His Excellency the Governor of the Commonwealth, ex officio. 
1881 The Provost, pro tempore, in the absence of the Governor. 

SECRETARIES AND TREASURERS OF THE TRUSTEES. 

COLLEGE. 

CLERKS. 

ELECTED. CEASED. 

1749 William Coleman I755 

1755 Paul Jackson 1758 

1758 John Jones 1760 

1760 Samuel Campbell 1764 



CEASED. 



xviii UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

SECRETARIES. 

ELECTED. 

1764 Rev. William Smith 179° 

1790 Joseph Hopkinson 1791 

1791 Plunket Fleeson Glentworth 1791 

TREASURERS. 

1749 William Coleman 1764 

1764 Edward Shippen, Jr 1765 

1765 Amos Strettell 1766 

1766 Thomas Willing 1768 

1768 William Coxe 1769 

1769 John Allen 1769 

1769 Rev. Richard Peters 177° 

1770 John Lawrence I77i 

1771 Isaac Jones i773 

1773 Thomas Mifflin I775 

1775 Rev. William White 1778 

1778 Samuel Powel I779 

1779 Francis Hopkinson I779 

1779 George Clymer 1780 

1789 Henry Hill I79i 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 
SECRETARIES. 

1780 Samuel Sterrett 1783 

1783 John Sproat 1788 

TREASURER. 
1779 George Bryan 1788 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER. 
1788 Edward Fox 179^ 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 
SECRETARIES AND TREASURERS. 

1791 Edward Fox 1822 

1822 Joseph Reed 1830 

1830 James Cornell Biddle 1838 

1838 Thomas Learning Smith 1841 

1841 George Emlen, Jr 1853 

1853 Caldwell Keppele Biddle 1862 

1862 Cadwalader Biddle 1882 

TREASURERS. 
1882 Wharton Barker 1890 

1890 Richard Wood, pro tempore 

SECRETARY. 

1882 Rev. Jesse Young Burk 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY. 

1891 Edward Warloch Mumford 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS. XIX 
RECTORS OF THE ACADEMY. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1749 David Martin, A. M deceased 1751 

1752 Francis Alison, D. D deceased 1779 

1780 James Davidson, A. M retired 1791 

PROVOSTS. 

COLLEGE. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1755 William Smith, D. D retired 1791 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1780 John Ewing, D. D 1791 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1791 John Ewing, D. D deceased 1802 

1807 John McDowell, LL. D resigned 1810 

1810 John Andrews, D. D resigned 1813 

1813 Frederick Beasley, D. D resigned 1828 

1828 William Heathcote de Lancey, D. D resigned 1833 

1834 John Ludlow, D. D., LL. D resigned 1853 

1854 Henry Vethake, LL. D resigned 1859 

i860 Daniel Raynes Goodwin, D. D., LL. D resigned 1868 

1868 Charles Janeway Still^, LL. D resigned 1880 

i88i William Pepper, M. D., LL. D resigned 1894 

VICE- PROVOSTS. 

COLLEGE. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1755 Francis Alison, D. D deceased 1779 

1789 John Andrews, D. D 1791 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1780 David Rittenhouse, LL. D resigned 1782 

1782 Samuel Magaw, D, D retired 1791 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1791 John Andrews, D. D resigned 1810 

1810 Robert Patterson, LL. D resigned 1813 

1813 Robert Maskell Patterson, A. M., M. D resigned 1828 

1828 Robert Adrain, LL. D resigned 1834 

1834 Samuel Brown Wylie, D. D resigned 1845 

1845 Henry Reed, LL. D resigned 1845 

1845 Henry Vethake, LL. D resigned 1854 

1855 John Fries Frazer, LL. D resigned 1868 

1872 Charles Porterfield Krauth, D. D., LL. D deceased 1883 

1883 Ezra Otis Kendall, LL. D 



XX UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

LIBRARIANS. 

APPOINTED. CEASKD. 

1750 The Faculty, ex officio 1831 

1831 The Provost, ex officio 1855 

1855 The Professor of Belles-Iyettres and the English L,anguage 

and Literature, ex officio 1873 

1873 Robert Ellis Thompson, A. M., Ph. D 1884 

1884 James Gaston Barnwell, A. M 1887 

1887 Gregory Bernard Keen, A. M 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN. 

1889 Morris Jastrow, Jr. , Ph. D 

CHAPLAINS. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1892 Rev. George Dana Boardman, D. D., LL. D 1893 

1892 Rev. John Alfred Metcalf Chapman, D. D 1893 

1892 Rev. Charles Wood, D. D 

1892 Rev. Adolph Spaeth, D. D 1893 

1892 Rev. Leverett Bradley, A. M 

1893 Rev. Joshua Allan Ivippincott, D. D., IvL. D 

1893 Rev. John Tustin Beckley, D. D 



COLLEGE FACULTY. 



PROFESSORS. 

APPOINTED. CBASBD. 

1749 David Martin, A. M., Greek and Latin Languages .... deceased 1752 

1750 Theophilus Grew, A. M., Mathematics deceased 1759 

1750 David James Dove, English Literature resigned 1753 

1752 Francis Alison, D. D., Greek and Latin Languages 1756 

1756 Higher Classics and Metaphysics deceased 1779 

1753 Ebenezer Kinnersley, A. M., Oratory and English Lit. . . resigned 1773 

1754 William Creamer, French and German Languages .... retired 1775 

1755 William Smith, D. D., Ethics retired 1791 

1756 Paul Jackson, A. M., Greek and Latin Languages . . . .resigned 1758 
1758 James Beveridge, Greek and Latin Languages deceased 1767 

1758 John Ewing, D. D. , Ethics, /ro /<?w/or^ 1762 

1762 Natural Philosophy deceased 1802 

1759 Jacob Duch6, D. D., Oratory retired 1778 

1760 Thomas Pratt, Mathematics resigned 1761 

1761 Rev. Hugh Williamson, A. M., LL. D., Mathematics . . . resigned 1763 

1763 John Pratt, A. M. , Mathematics resigned 1766 

1766 Thomas Dungan, Mathematics resigned 1769 

1766 Paul Fooks, A. M., French and Spanish Languages . . . retired 1779 

1768 James Davidson, A. M., Greek and Latin Languages . . . retired 1779 

1782 Greek and Latin Languages resigned 1806 

1773 James Wilson, A. M., English Literature retired 1779 

1773 James Cannon, A. M., Mathematics deceased 1782 

1779 David Rittenhouse, LL. D. , Astronomy resigned 1782 

1780 Robert Davidson, A. M., Greek and Latin Languages 1782 

1782 History resigned 1784 

1782 Robert Patterson, LL. D., Mathematics 1810 

1810 Natural Philos. and Math resigned 1813 

1780 John Christopher Kunze, D. D., German resigned 1784 

1782 Samuel Magaw, D. D. , Moral Philosophy retired 1791 

1782 Archibald Gamble, A. M. , Oratory and English Literature, deceased 1784 

1784 Justus Henry Christian Helmuth, D. D., German .... retired 1791 

1789 John Andrews, D. D. , Moral Philosophy resigned 1813 

1789 William Rogers, D. D., Oratory and English Literature . resigned 181 1 

1790 James Wilson, LL. D. , Law deceased 1798 

1802 James G. Thomson, A. M., Greek and Latin Languages . retired 1828 

1806 John McDowell, LL. D., Natural Philosophy resigned 1810 

1813 Frederick Beasley, D. D., Moral Philosophy retired 1828 

1814 Robert Maskell Patterson, A. M., M. D., Natural Philoso- 

phy and Mathematics resigned 182S 

1816 William Paul Crillon Barton, M. D., Botany resigned 1828 

l8i6 Charles Caldwell, M. D., Natural History resigned 1820 

(xxi) 



xxii UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

APPOINTED. . . ^=*s^=°- 

1816 Thomas Cooper, LL.D., Mineralogy and Chemistry . . . resigned 1821 

1816 Thomas Tickell Hewson, M. D., Comparative Anatomy . . resigned 1828 

18 17 Charles Willing Hare, Law deceased 1826 

1818 Robert Walsh, Jr., General Literature resigned 1828 

1822 William Hypolitus Keating, A. M., Mineralogy and Chem. resigned 1828 

1822 Thomas Say, Natural History resigned 1828 

1827 Robert Adrain, LL. D., Mathematics resigned 1834 

1828 William Heathcote de Lancey, D. D., Moral Philosophy . resigned 1833 
1828 Rev. Edward Rutledge, A. M., Assist. Prof. Moral Philos. . resigned 1836 
1828 Samuel Brown Wylie, D. D., Hebrew, Gr., and Lat. Lan. . resigned 1845 
1828 Alexander Dallas Bache, LL. D., Nat. Philos. and Chem. . resigned 1836 

1843 Nat. Philos. and Chem resigned 1844 

1831 HenryReed, A.M., LL.D., Assist. Prof. Moral Philos 1834 

1834 Rhetoric and English Liter deceased 1854 

1831 Rev. Christian Frederic Crus^, A. M., Assist. Prof. .... resigned 1833 

1834 John Ludlow, D. D., LL. D., Moral Philosophy resigned 1853 

1834 Edward Henry Courtenay, A.M., Mathematics resigned 1836 

1835 Henry Darwin Rogers, A. M., Geology and Mineralogy . resigned 1846 

1836 Henry Vethake, LL. D., Mathematics 1855 

1855 Intellectual and Moral Philosophy resigned i860 

1836 Roswell Park, D. D., Natural Philosophy and Chemistry . resigned 1843 

1844 John Fries Frazer, LL. D., Natural Philos. and Chem. . . deceased 1872 

1844 George Emlen Hare, D. D., Assist. Prof. Greek and Latin 

Languages resigned 1845 

1845 George Allen, LL.D., Greek and Latin Languages 1864 

J 864 Greek Language and Literature deceased 1876 

1854 Alexander Gardner Mercer, D. D., Intellectual and Moral 

Philosophy retired 1854 

1855 Henry Coppde, LL. D., Belles-Lettres and English Lit. . . resigned 1866 
1855 Francis Aristide Jackson, A. M., Adj. Prof. Greek and 

Latin Languages 1864 

1864 Latin Language and Literature 

1855 Ezra Otis Kendall, LL. D., Mathematics 

1892 Flower Prof, of Astronomy 

i860 Daniel Raynes Goodwin, D. D., LL.D., Intellectual and 

Moral Philosophy resigned 1868 

1866 Charles Janeway Stills, LL. D. , Belles-Lettres, English Lan- 

guage and Literature 1S67 

1867 History and English Lit 1878 

1878 John Welsh Centennial Prof. Hist, and Eng. Lit. resigned 1880 

1880 Emeritus John Welsh Centennial Prof. Hist. 

and Eng. Lit 

1867 Henry Morton, Ph. D., Nat. Philos. and Chem./r<? tempore .... 1869 

1869 Chemistry resigned 1870 

1867 Oswald Seidensticker, Ph. D., German Lang, and Lit. . . deceased 1894 

1867 John George RepplierMcElroy, A.M., Asst. Prof. Rhetand Hist. . . 1869 

1869 Adj. Prof. Gr. and Hist 1876 

1876 Rhetoric and Eng. Lang deceased 1890 



COLLEGE FACULTY. XXIH 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1868 Brvt. Brig. -Gen. Charles F. RuflF, U. S. A., Military Science . resigned 1870 

1868 Charles Porterfield Krauth, D. D., 1,1^. D., Intellectual and 

Moral Philosophy deceased 1883 

1869 Samuel M. Cleveland, A. M., Rhetoric and Oratory . . . resigned 1874 

1871 PersiforFrazer, Jr.,A. M., Asst. Prof. Nat. Philos. andChem 1872 

1872 Chemistry resigned 1874 

1871 Rev. Robert Ellis Thompson, A.M., D. D., Ph.D., Asst. 

Prof. Mathematics 1874 

1874 Social Science 

1883 John Welsh Centennial Prof. History and Eng. 

Lit retired 1892 

1872 Francois Am^dee Br^gy, A. M., French Lang, and Lit. . . deceased 1877 

1872 J. Peter Lesley, LL. D., Geology and Mining resigned 1890 

1890 Emeritus Prof. Geology and Mining .... 

1872 Frederick Augustus Genth, Ph. D., Analytical and Applied 

Chemistry and Mineralogy 1874 

1874 Chemistry and Mineralogy retired 1888 

1872 Leonard George Franck, A. M., C. E., Civil and Mechani- 
cal Engineering resigned 1876 

1872 George Frederick Barker, M. D., Physics 

1873 Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt, A.M., Asst. Prof. Civil Eng 1875 

1875 Civil Engineering resigned 1892 

1874 Thomas Webb Richards, A.M., Drawing and Architecture, resigned 1891 
1874 George Augustus Koenig, Ph. D., Assistant Prof. Chemistry .... 1886 

1886 Mineralogy and Metallurgy resigned 1892 

1874 Samuel Philip Sadtler, Ph. D., Assistant Prof. Chem 1887 

1887 Organic and Indus. Chem resigned 1891 

1876 Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, D.D., Gr. Lang, and Lit. . resigned 1888 

1877 William Dennis Marks, Ph. B., C. E., Whitney Prof. Dy- 

namical Engineering resigned 1889 

1877 Otis Howard Kendall, A.M., Assistant Prof. Mathematics . resigned 1889 

1880 Andrew Jackson Parker, M. D., Ph. D., Comp. Anat. and 

Zool resigned 18S6 

1881 Joseph Trimble Rothrock, B. S., M. D., Botany 

1882 Henry Wilson Spangler, Assistant Engineer, U. S. Navy, 

Assistant Professor Dynamical Engineering and Instruct- 
or in Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture 

1890 Whitney Prof Dynamical Engineering 

1883 Morton William Easton, Ph. D., Comp. Philology 1892 

1887 Adjunct Prof. Greek 1892 

1892 English and Comp. Philology 

1883 Frederick Augustus Genth, Jr., M.S., Assistant Professor 

Chemistry resigned 1888 

1883 Albert Sydney Bolles, Ph. D.,Mer. Law and Prac resigned 1887 

1883 Edmund Janes James, Ph. D., Finance and Administration .... 

1883 John Bach McMaster, Ph. D., American History 

1884 Horace Jayne, M. D. , Vertebrate Morphology 

1884 Benjamin Sharpe, M.D., Inverteb. Morphology resigned 1886 



xxiv UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

CBASBD. 
APPOINTED. 

1885 Rev. George Stuart Fullerton, A. M., B. D., Adjunct Prof. 

Intellectual and Moral Philosophy 1887 

1887 Adam Seybert Prof. Intellectual and Moral 

Philosophy 

1886 Daniel Garrison Brinton, M. D., Sc. D., American Archae- 

ology and Linguistics 

1886 Rev. John Punnett Peters, Ph. D., Hebrew resigned 1893 

1886 John Adam Ryder, Ph. D., Comparative Embryology 

1886 William Powell Wilson, Sc. D., Anatomy and Physiology 

of Plants 

1886 Nathaniel Archer Randolph, M. D., Physiology deceased 1887 

1886 Hermann VollratHilprecht, Ph. D., Assyrian 

1886 Morris Jastrow, Jr., Ph. D., Arabic and Rabbinical Lit 

1888 Charles Sumner Dolley, M. D., Biology retired 1892 

1888 William Alexander Lamberton, A. M., Greek Language 

and Literature 

1888 Simon Nelson Patten, Ph. D., Political Economy 

1888 FelixEmmanuelSchelling, A.M., LL. B., Asst. Prof. Eng. Lit. . . . 1891 
1891 John Welsh Centennial Prof. Hist, and English Lit. . 

1888 Edgar Fahs Smith, Ph. D., Analytical Chemistry 

1889 James McKeenCattell, Ph. D., Psychology resigned 1891 

1889 ArthurWillisGoodspeed, Ph. D., Asst. Prof Physics 

1889 George Egbert Fisher, A. B. , Asst. Prof. Mathematics 

1889 Edwin Schofield Crawley, B. S., Asst. Prof. Mathematics 

1889 Edward Drinker Cope, Ph.D., Geol. and Palaeontol 

1889 George Henry Horn, M. D., Entomology 

1890 Charles E. Dana, Art 

1890 Edward Potts Cheyney, A. M., Asst. Prof History 

1891 Warren Powers Laird, Architecture 

1891 Roland Post Falkner, Ph. D., Assoc. Prof. Statistics 

1891 Francis Newton Thorpe, Ph.D., American Constitutional 

History 

1892 Hugo Albert Rennert, Ph. D., Romance Languages and Lit 

1892 James Harvey Robinson, Ph. D., Assoc. Prof History 

1892 Edgar Marburg, C. E., Acting Prof Civil Engineering 

1892 John Macfarlane, Sc. D., General Biology 

1892 Joseph French Johnson, A. B. , Assoc. Prof. Business Practice . . . 

PROFESSORS NOT MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1846 Charles Picot, French 1852 

1850 William Bradford Reed, A. M., American Histor>' 1856 

1850 George Sharswood, A.M., Law 1852 

1851 James Curtis Booth, A. M., Chemistry Applied to the Arts .... 1855 

1851 Vincent d'Amarelli, A.M., Ph.D., Italian Language and Lit 1864 

1852 F^lix Drouin, A.M., French Language and Literature 1856 

1854 Charles B. Trego, Mining 1855 

1855 Geology, Mineralogy and Palaeontology 1872 



COLLEGE FACULTY. XXV 



CEASED. 



APPOINTED. 

1854 John Henry Alexander, Civil and Mechanical Engineering .... 1855 

1856 Joseph Alexander Deloutte, French 1857 

1856 Fairman Rogers, A. M., Civil Engineering 1871 

1857 G. A. Matile, French 1858 

1857 Charles C. Schaeffer, German 1867 

1859 J. Peter Lesley, A. M., Mining 1872 

186 1 Desire Guillemet, French 1866 

1861 James Reid Lambdin, Fine Arts 1866 

1869 Samuel Stehman Haldeman, LL. D., Comp. Philology 1880 

1875 Hugh Archibald Clark, Mus. Doc, Science of Music 

LECTURERS. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1879 Leighton Hoskins, A.M., Classical Archaeology 1882 

1885 John Foster Kirk, A. M., History 1888 

1886 James McKeen Cattell, A. M., Psycho-Physics 1889 

1888 Francis Newton Thorpe, Ph. D., American Hist 1891 

1889 Civil Govern 1891 

1889 Ban- Ferree, B. S., Architecture 

1889 William Romaine Nevvbold, Ph. D. , Philosophy 

1890 Frank Miles Day, B. S., Architecture 

1890 Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architecture 

1890 Theophilus P. Chandler, Jr., Architecture 

1890 Frank Furness, Architecture . 

1890 Addison Hutton, Architecture 

1890 John Stewardson, Architecture 

1890 Joseph Miller Wilson, M.S., Architecture 

1890 Maxwell Sommerville, Glyptology 

1891 James Harvey Robinson, Ph. D., European History 1892 

1891 Willis Boughton, A.M., English 1892 

1891 Walter Cope, Architecture 

1891 George Francis James, A. M., Modem Literature 1892 

1891 Wilbur F. Skaife, Ph. D., Mediaeval Literature 1892 

189 1 Albert Sydney Bolles, Ph. D., Mercantile Law and Banking .... 

1892 Joseph Adman Hill, Ph. D., Finance 

1892 Abram Heebner Wintersteen, Business Law 

1892 Henry Winchester Rolfe, Latin Language and Literature .... 

1892 Louis Joseph Mdtos, Technical Chemistry 

1892 Harry Walker Jayne, Ph. D., Technical Chem 

1892 Charles Shimer Boyer, B. S., Technical Chem 

1892 Amos J. Boyden, Architecture 

1892 Milton Jay Greenman, Ph. B., M. D., Physiology 

1892 Lightner Witmer, Ph. D., Exper. Psychology 



INSTRUCTORS. 



APPOINTED. 



CEASED. 



1823 Rev. Francis Varin, German ^^^9 

1823 F. Joseph Grillet, French 1^28 

1825 Felix Merino, Spanish ^^29 



XXVI XJNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1829 Augustus De Valville, French 1844 

1829 Augustus Willis, Spanish 1833 

1829 Hermann Bokum, German 1836 

1830 Lorenzo L. Da Ponte, Italian 1830 

1865 Oscar Vezin, Mathematics 1867 

1867 William Alexander Lamberton, A. M., Mathematics 1868 

1867 Jean B. Sue, French 1867 

1867 Leon de la Cova, Spanish 1870 

1867 Giuseppe Mazza, Italian 1869 

1867 Charles B^rault, French 1869 

1868 Rev. Robert Ellis Thompson, A. M., Mathematics 1871 

1868 Samuel M. Cleveland, A. M., Elocution 1869 

1869 Richard Somers Smith, French 1869 

1869 Francois Am^d^e Br^gy, A. M. , French 1872 

1869 Thomas Webb Richards, A. M., Drawing 1874 

1870 Persifor Frazer, Jr., A. M., Chemistry 1871 

1872 Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt, Mathematics and Engineering .... 1873 

1872 George Augfustus Koenig, Ph. D., Anal, and Apl'd Chem. 

and Min 1874 

1874 Joseph C. Clark, Mathematics 1875 

1875 Otis Howard Kendall, A. M., Mathematics 1877 

1876 William Dennis Marks, Ph. B., C. E., Dynamical Engi- 

neering 1877 

1878 Rev. Charles Franjois Bonaventure Miel, French 1880 

1878 Arthur F. Taylor, Ph. D., Physics 1880 

1879 Frank Theodore Freeland, B. S., Theoretical Mechanics 1881 

1879 John W. Shoemaker, A. M., Elocution 1880 

1880 Morton William Easton, Ph. D., French and Elocution 1883 

188 1 Henry Wilson Spangler, Asst. Engr. U. S. N., Marine Engi- 

neering and Naval Architecture 1883 

1881 Carl Otto Hering, B. S., Dynamical Engineering 1883 

1887 Electrical Engineering , . . . . 1888 

1882 William Egbert Mitchell, A. M., History 1883 

1883 Edwin Schofield Crawley, B. S., Civil Engineering 1889 

1883 Rev. George Stuart Fullerton, A. M., B. D., Intellectual 

and Moral Philosophy 1885 

1883 Chester Nye Farr, Theory and Practice of Accounting 1884 

1883 Nathaniel Archer Randolph, M. D., Physiology 1886 

1883 Horace Jayne, M.D., Biology 1884 

1884 Goold Hoyt Bull, Asst. Engr. U. S. N., Mechanical Engi- 

neering 1885 

1885 Charles Sumner Dolley, M. D., Biology 1888 

1885 Edward Potts Cheyney, A. B., B. F., History 1890 

1885 Hugo Albert Rennert, B. S., French and German 1892 

1885 Louis DuPont Syle, A. B., English 1886 

1886 Charles Gilpin, Jr., A. M., Bookkeeping 1888 

1886 Henry A. Wasmuth, Chemistry 1887 

1887 Mining 1891 



COLI^EGE FACULTY. XXVU 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1887 Arthur Willis Goodspeed, B. A., Physics 1889 

1887 Felix Emmanuel Schelling, A. M., LL. B., English 1888 

1887 Benjamin Franklin, B. S., C. E., Ci\al Engineering 1891 

1887 Samuel Sebastian Evans, B. S., C.E., Civil Engineering 1889 

1887 Charles Herman Haupt, B. S., Civil Engineering 1892 

1887 Samuel Brown Wylie, A. M., Mathematics 1889 

1887 Hobart Amory Hare, M. D., Physiology 1890 

1887 Edwin Alanson Kelley, Mammalian Anatomy 1889 

1887 Milton W. Greenman, Biology 

1888 Roland Post Falkner, Ph. D. , Bookkeeping 1889 

1889 Accounting and Statistics 1891 

1888 James Alan Montgomery, A. B., Hebrew 1890 

1888 Edgar Pardee Earle, B. S., M. E., Dynamical Engineering .... 1889 

1888 Charles A. Peterson, A. B., B.S., Electrical Engineering 1890 

1888 Harry Frederick Keller, Ph. Nat. D., Organic Chemistry 1890 

1889 Lee Kaiifer Frankel, B.S., P. C, Analytical Chemistry 

1889 William Romaine Newbold, A. B., Latin 1892 

1889 Amos Peaslee Brown, E. M., Ph. D., Mining and Metallurgy . . . 

1889 Henry Wilson Ferguson, Asst. in Mechanical Engineering .... 

1889 David R. Griffith, Asst. in Mechanical Engineering 

1889 Joseph Lazarus Hecht, B. S., Asst. in General Chemistry 1890 

1889 Charles Meredith Burk, Zoology 

1889 Edgar Kidwell, A. B., M. E., Mechanical Engineering 1890 

1889 Daniel Bussier Shumway, B.S., English 

1889 Marshall Fox Pugh, B. S., E.M., Metallurgy and Mining 1891 

1889 George Flower Stradling, A. B., Physics 1892 

1889 Lewis Leaming Forman, A. M., Ph. D., Greek 1891 

1889 Jacob Orie Clarke, Drawing 1892 

1889 John Percy Moore, B. S. , Asst. in Zoology 

1889 John William Harshberger, B. S., Ph.D., Asst. in Analy. Bot. . . . 

1889 Jessie Coulson, Asst. in General Biology 1890 

1890 Edwin Robert Keller, B. S., M. E., Mechanical Engineering . . . 1892 

1890 Clayton W. Pike, B. S., Electrical Engineering 1892 

1890 James Dallas Steele, A. M., LL. B., Hebrew 1891 

1890 Walter J. Keith, Ph. D., General Chemistry 

1890 John Jay Morris, Asst. in Mechanical Engineering 

1891 Thomas Harvey Dougherty, Asst. in Biology 1891 

1891 Da\-id Jayne Bullock, Asst. in Zoology 1892 

1891 Julian Millard, Architecture 

1891 Arthur Burnham Woodford, Ph. D., Political Science 1892 

1891 Hugh Walker Ogden, A. B., Latin and English 1892 

1891 Sidney Sherwood, Ph. D., Finance 1892 

1891 Frederick Wightman Moore, Ph. D., Sociology 1892 

1891 Julius Ohly, Ph. D., Chemistry 

189 1 James Clark Irwin, B. S., C. E., Civil Engineering 1892 

1891 Edmund Austin Stewardson, Modeling ' 1892 

1892 Wilson Eyre, Jr., Pen and Ink Drawing 

1892 Homer Smith, A. M., English 




XXviii UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1892 Robert Belle Burke, A. B., Greek 

1S92 Josiah Harmar Penniman, A. B., English 

1892 Herbert E. Everett, Drawing 

1892 John Quincy Adams, Ph. D., Political Science 

1892 Walter Loring Webb, C. E., Civil Engineering 

1892 Charles Worthington, C. E., Civil Engineering 

1892 Adolph Wilhelm Schramm, B. S., M. E., Electrical Engi- 
neering 

1892 Howard Williams Huffington, Mechanical Engineering 

1892 Lucien Emile Picolet, Mechanical Engineering 

1892 William J. Shields, A. M., Physics 

1892 James Warrington, Accounting 

1892 Joseph Adman Hill, Finance 

1892 Edward Wesselhoeft, German 

1892 Philip Powell Calvert, Assist, in Zoology 

1892 Albert Tobias Clay, Hebrew 

1892 Frederick Brooke Neilson, Music (choir) 

1892 Henry Plasschaert, Modeling 

1893 Dana Carleton Munro, History 

PROFESSORS' ASSISTANTS. 

APPOINTED. CEASED, 

1872 Thomas M. Chatard, B. S., Analytical and Applied Chemistry . . . 1874 

1874 William P. Headden, Ph. D., Analytical Chemistry 1876 

1874 Charles B. Dudley, A.M., Ph. D., Physics 1875 

1874 John Henry Harden, Geology and Mining Engineering 1879 

1876 Thomas French, Ph. D., Physics 1878 

1876 Edgar Fahs Smith, Ph. D., Analytical Chemistry 1881 

1878 William Lee Rowland, B. S., Chemistry 1878 

1878 Arthur F. Taylor, Ph. D., Physics 1881 

1879 Linwood O. Towne, B. S., Geology and Mining Engineering . . . . 1881 

1881 Lawrence B. Fletcher, Ph. D., Physics 1882 

1882 Frederick Augustus Genth, Jr., M.S., Analytical Chem 1883 

1882 Hermann Augustus Keller, B. S., Geol. and Min. Engin'r'g . . . 1883 

1882 Carl Otto Hering, B. S. , Physics 1882 

1882 Winchester Dickerson, B. S., Geol. and Min. Engineering .... 

1883 George Stuart Fullerton, A.M., Moral and Intel. Philos 1885 

1883 Harry Frederick Keller, B. S., Analytical Chem 1886 

1883 Lieutenant Joseph B. Murdoch, U. S. N., Physics 1884 

1883 Henry A. Wasmuth, E. M., Geology 1886 

1884 John Stuart Elliott, B. S. , Civil Engineering 1886 

1885 Arthur Willis Goodspeed, Physics 1887 

1886 Edwin Alanson Kelley, Anatomy 1889 

1887 D. Neil Harper, B. S., Analytical Chemistry 1888 

1888 Marshall Fox Pugh, B. S., E. M., Metal, and Mining 1889 

1888 Milton Jay Greenraan, Biology 

1888 Charles Meredith Burk, Zoology 

1888 Lee Kaiifer Frankel, B. S., Analytical Chemistry 1889 

1888 Edward Bancroft, to Prof, of Embryology 



COLI.EGK FACUI.TY. XXIX, 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1888 George Fetterolf, to Prof, of Botany 1889 

18S8 Robert Stephen Maison, to Prof, of Botany 1889 

1888 Henry S. Kiersted, to Prof, of Botany 1889 

1888 Jesse More Greeuman, to Prof, of Botany 1889 

1889 Lightner Witmer, A. B., Psychology 

1891 Iv. K. Stein, Finance and Economy • 1892 

1891 Philip Powell Calvert, Zoology 1892 

1891 Henry Abraham Rothrock, Botany 1892 

1891 Jesse More Greenman, Botany 1892 

1891 Augustus Otto Koenig, Zoology 1892: 

1892 Homer Smith, A.M., English 

1892 James Hartley Merrick, A. B., to the Dean 

TUTORS. 

APPOINTED. . CBASBD.. 

1750 Charles Thomson resigned 1755 

1751 John Jones retired 1752- 

1751 Horace Jones resigned 1753 

1751 Francis Peisley resigned 1751 

1752 Paul Jackson, A. M resigned 175S 

1752 Patrick Carroll retired 1753 

1753 Jacob Duch^, Jr., A. B resigned 1756 

1753 Thomas Barton resigned 1754 

1755 James Constable resigned 1757 

1756 Hugh Williamson, A. B resigned 1758- 

1756 James Latta, A. B resigned 1759 

1757 John White resigned 1761 

1757 David Jones resigned 175^ 

1758 Thomas Pratt resigned 1759 

1758 Andrew Morton resigned 1759 

1758 Samuel Keene resigned 1759 

1759 Joseph Montgomery, A. M resigned 1760 

1759 John Beard, A. B resigned 1761 

1760 Samuel Campbell, A. B resigned 1764 

1761 James Punch resigned 1770 

1761 Thomas Pollock resigned 1762 

1762 John Davis, A. B resigned 1764 

1762 Stephen Watts, A. B resigned 1763 

1762 Patrick Alison, A. B resigned 1763 

1763 James Lang, A. B resigned 1763 

1763 Isaac Hunt, A. B resigned 1763 

1763 Robert Johnston, A. B retired 1766 

1764 Robert Eaton retired 1764 

1764 Alexander Alexander, A. B resigned 1766 

1764 Thomas Dungan, A. B resigned 1764 

1764 Edward Jones > • .resigned 1766 

1764 John Andrews, A. B resigned 1765 

1766 John Patterson resigned 1767 

1766 Thomas Read, A. E resigned 176^ 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI,VANIA. 

APPOINTED. CEASBD. 

1766 John Montgomery, A. B resigned 1769 

1767 Joshua Maddox Wallace, A. B resigned 1769 

1768 Jonathan Easton, A. B resigned 1770 

1768 Thomas Hall, A. B resigned 1769 

1769 Archibald Gamble, A. B resigned 1772 

1769 Alexander Power resigned 1772 

1769 John McDowell, A. B resigned 1772 

1770 Jacob Hall, A. B retired 1771 

1771 Brooks retired 1771 

1774 John Thomas, A. M resigned 1777 

1774 John Wigton resigned 1784 

1775 James Ross, A. M retired 1780 

1778 William Oliphant retired 1780 

1779 William Cochran resigned 1784 

1779 John HefFeman resigned 1782 

1779 Patterson retired 1780 

1779 John Wallace retired 1781 

1780 Henry Miller resigned 1784 

1780 Collins retired 1781 

1780 Edward Keran retired 1782 

1781 Thomas Stewart, A. B resigned 1782 

1781 Francis Donnelly resigned 1781 

1782 James Kelly, A. B resigned 1783 

1782 Isaac Briggs, A. B resigned 1782 

1782 William Miller, A. B retired 1784 

1782 John Eliot retired 1782 

1782 David Johnson resigned 1789 

1782 Allen retired 1783 

1782 Andrew Gregg retired 1783 

1782 Andrew McCalla retired 1784 

1782 Thomas Davenport retired 1784 

1783 Charles Ogden resigned 1783 

1783 Tobias Merritt retired 1785 

17S3 Sweeney retired 1784 

1784 McDowell retired 1786 

1784 John Gemmil, A. M resigned 1787 

1784 John Francis Byule De Fakewait retired 1790 

1784 Henry Stockwell retired 1789 

1784 Benjamin Workman resigned 1788 

1784 Philip Pauli resigned 1788 

1785 Henry Dichaut resigned 1790 

1786 Samuel Kerr resigned 1790 

1787 William W. Fintham retired 1789 

1789 Joseph Webb retired 1791 

1789 William Powers retired 1790 

1789 James Kidd retired 1790 

1789 James Graham resigned 1791 

1789 William Diven resigned 1791 



COLLEGE FACtJLTY. XXXi 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1789 William Irvine resigned 1790 

1790 David Shute, A. B resigned 1791 

1790 Samuel Dilworth retired 1792 

1790 George Holland retired 1793 

1790 Taylor retired 1792 

1790 Samuel Magrath resigned 1791 

1790 Edward Farris resigned 1791 

1790 Durang retired 1791 

1791 Andrew Rhea, A. B retired 1794 

1791 Daniel Jaudon resigned 1795 

1791 John Jones retired 1791 

1792 Samuel Moore, A. B retired 1794 

1792 William Lochman retired 1794 

1792 Christian Endress, A. B resigned 1795 

1793 Samuel Jones, A. M resigned 1795 

1793 George Lochman, A. B retired 1796 

1793 Adam P. Boyd, A. B retired 1797 

1794 Samuel Glendenning retired 1795 

1794 John Patterson, A. B resigned 1795 

1794 J. B. Patterson retired 1797 

1795 Patrick McGowan resigned 1796 

1795 Peter Delamere retired 1797 

1795 Robert Patterson, A. B resigned 1813 

1796 Andrew Mein retired 1797 

1797 Andrews retired 1798 

1797 May retired 1799 

1797 David Hutchinson, A. B 

1797 Edward D. Burke 

1798 Samuel Brown Wylie 

1799 Patrick Rogers 

1812 Samuel Blanchard How, A. B 

181 2 Joseph Patterson Engles, A. B resigned 1817 

1826 Garrett Van Gelder, A, M 

1826 George Dennison 

1830 Thomas McKinley, A. M 

1837 David Jameson Patterson, A. M resigned 1846 

DIRECTORS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1884 J. William White, M. D resigned 1888 

1887 A. H. P. Leuf, M. D., Assistant 1888 

1888 Director resigned 1890 

1890 Randolph Paries, A. M., M. D 

TYNDALE FELLOWS. 

APPOINTED. CEASED. 

1887 George Flowers Stradling, A. B 1890 

1890 Horace Clark Riehards, A. B 1892 

1893 George Hervey Hallett, A. B 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



The following names of students who were admitted to the College occur in 

■receipts for tuition fees that were discovered in the back part of an incomplete 
minute book of the Board of Trustees: 

ADMITTED. 

William, s. William Bird, of Berks CO., Penna Mch. i, 1769 

Oswald Peel and Charles, sons of Francis Harris Apr. 3,1769 

Robert Moore Apr. 3, 1769 

William Biddle Apr, 5. 1769 

William, s. William Coxe Apr. 5, 1769 

John, s. Tench Francis Apr. 5, 1769 

James Johnson Apr. 5, 1769 

George Wescott Apr. 5, 1769 

John Barret May 11, 1769 

Peter Bruin May 22, 1769 

James Ferguson Sept. 5, 1769 

John Harleston Sept. 5, 1769 

Benjamin Smith Sept. 5, 1769 

Peter Smith Sept. 5, 1769 

Samuel Harding Oct. 4, 1769 

Archibald Johnston Oct. 4, 1769 

William and Robert, sons of Robert Levers Oct, 4, 1769 

James Postell Oct, 4, 1769 

John Postell Oct, 4, 1769 

John Saunders Oct, 4, 1769 

William Crooke (probably from R. I. ) Oct. 12, 1769 

Thomas Blackwell Oct. 26, 1769 

John Hallwood Oct. 26, 1769 

Sidney George, Jr Nov, 13, 1769 

William and James, sons of Lyn-Ford Lardner Dec. 4,1769 

Nathaniel Wilkins Dec. 5, 1769 

William Asheton Jan. 15, 1770 

James Edwards Burr, s. Rev. Dr. Finley Mch, i, 1770 

John Edmunds, s. John Clayton Apr, 3, 1770 

Andrew Graydon , 1770 

Samuel, s. John Jennings Apr. 3, 1770 

Henry Stiles , 1771 



Hobert Brooke (Non-Graduate presumably of Class 1793). 

b. near "The Trappe," Montg. co., Penna., Feb. 23, 1770; d. Phila., 
Nov. 3, 1821. s. John Brooke, Capt. in Revo. Army, and Elizabeth May. 
Entered Jan., 1792, and left the following July. Civil engr. and surveyor, 
m. Charlotte, dau. L,t. Col. Com. Andrew Porter, 

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Jacob Ducli^, Jr., Class 1757. Add after Allibone, Memoir by Rev. 
Edward D. Neill, D. D., in Penna. Mag., Vol. II, p. j8. 

Francis Hopkinson, Class 1757. Add after Allibone, Memoir by 
Charles R. Hildeburn iri JPenna. Mag., Vol. II, p. 314. 

Josiah Martin, Class 1757, /or Gov. N. C. readJ^. I. 

William Thomas Martin, Class 1757, /or Gov. N. C. read h. I. 

Lindsay Coates, Class 1760, for 1742 read 1743. and /or 1799 
read Nov. 23, 1798. Add, See The Swedish Holsteins in Am. 

Abraham Ogden, Class 176 i,/t>r Govern eur r^fl^ Gouvemeur. 

William Kinnersley, Class ^^6l,/orh. , 1743, readh. , Oct. 

29. 1743- 
Page 9. Joshvia Clayton, Class 1762, /orb. Del., , readh. Cecil co., Md., 

. After Physician add ; was a Surg, at the battle of Brandy- 
wine. For m. Rachel read m. Rachel McCleary, widow 

McCleary, and dau. Gov. Richard Bassett. Add after Appleton, 
Scharf's Hist., Del. 

Page II. John Andrews, Class 1765, /or Principal r^arf Head Master, and /or 
1785-91 read 1785-89. 

Page 17. Charles Crook(e?), Class 1771, is registered in July 23, 1769, as from 
R. I. 

Page 20. James Coultas Gray, Class 17S0, add before Entered ; s. . 

Page 27. Samuel Harrison Smith, Class 1787, /or Thos. Lloyd ; etc., readVciOS. 
Lloyd, etc. 

Page 27. Nathaniel Harris, Class 1788. For s. . read s. Nathaniel Harris 

and Abigail Paget. Add before Clergyman Presb. Add after 
Clergyman m. Catharine, widow Samuel W. Stockton, Trenton, 
N. J., and dau. Col. John Cox, Q. M. Gen. Revolutionary- Army, 
and afterward Vice Pres. of N. J. 

Page 29. Samuel Miller, Class 1789, delete comma between A. M. and D. D., 
1804; add comma between A. M. and Yale, and between D. D. 
and Union, and between LL. D. and Washington. 

William Tuckey Meredith, Class 1790, /or Govemeur r^a<f Gouver- 
neur. « 

George [W.] McGofl5n, Class 1792, should follow Archibald McClean 
on p. 34. 

George McElroy Scott, Class 1793, for (A. M. gratiae causa. Coll. 
N. J., 1796), read (A. M., Coll. N. J., gratiae causa, 1796). 

James Smith Wilcocks and William Wilcocks, both of Class i793./<'^ 
and Hockley read and Mary Hockley. 

John Cope, Class 1799, should follow Nicholas Biddle. 

John Fox, Class 1802, add of Edward Fox between memoir and by 
Edward Fox Pugh. 

Harrison Hall, Class 1803, should precede John Powel Hare and 
Joseph Moore. 

Robert B. Belville, Class 1811, /or the initial B. read Barr, and /or 
June 28, read June 5. Add after Entered 1808, Studied at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J. For 1813-38 read 1812-37. Add 
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XXXV 



Page 49. William Morris Meredith, Class 181 2, for s. William Meredith read 
William Tuckey Meredith (Class 1790), and for Governeur read 
Gouverneur. 

Thomas Jefferson Leslie, Class 1812, should follow Charles Valerius 
Hagner. 

John Nesbitt Conyngham, Class 1817 add 1850 after Mem. Penna. 
Legis. 

Henry Dil worth Gilpin, Class i8i9,_/t'rPres. Acad. Fine Arts, Phila., 
read Pres. Penna. Acad. Fine Arts. 

John Reynolds Knox, Class 1819, add comma between M. and Yale. 

John Norcom, Class 1820, add comma between D. and Univ. 

Robert Frazer Smith, Class 1820, /<7r Phila., 1804 read Phila, Nov. 
I, 1804. 

James Read Eckard, Class 1823, add comma between D. D. and 
Lafayette Coll. 

Persifor Frazer Smith, Class 1823, /or Mem. Penna. Legis., 1861-64, 
read 1862-64. 

Henry Pratt McKean, Class 1826, add d. " Femhill, " near Gtn., 
Phila., Jan. 5, 1894. 

Robert Harwood Colhoun, Class 1829, delete E. in mother's maidett 
name. 

Charles Henry Fisher, Class 1831, add comma between A. M. and 
Coll. N. J. 

George Correy Carson, Class 1832, add A.. Phila., Feb. 16, 1894. 

For Lewis D. Linn, Class 1831, read f Lewis Dunham Linn. b. New 
Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 23, 1814. d. on U. S. S. "Lexington" 
in the Mediterranean, Feb., 1851. s. John Hinckley Linn and 
Julia Anna Dunham. Entered 1828, and left during the Soph, 
year. Merchant, afterward entered the U. S. Navy as an asst. 
purser, m. Elizabeth . 

Alfred Still^, Class 1832, fourth line from end of sketchier humor- 
ous read numerous. 

Thomas Wilmerton DufiBeld, Jr., Class 1832, /or Mem. Penna. Legis., 
1859-60, 1860-61, read M.^m. Penna. Legis., 1861-62. 

William Gilpin, Class 1833, add d. Denver, Col., Jan. 20, 1894. For 
m. Mrs. Julia Pratt Dickinson, Mo., read m. Julia Pratt, widow- 
Col. John Dickinson, U. S. A., and dau. Gen. Bernard Pratt, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

For Francis Bacon, Class 1834, read Franklin Bacon. 

Benjamin Harris Brewster, Class 1834, add comma between A. M» 
and Coll. N. J. and between LL. D. and Coll. N. J. 

Edward Joy Morris, Class 1836, add m. Susan, widow Samuel B. 
Walters and dau. Layton. 

Edward Armstrong, Class 1836, /or Mem. Penna. Legis., 1850, read 
1851. 

Alexander Brown, Class 1836,/orb. Phila., July, 1815, readh. Spring- 
field, near Balto., Md., July 13, 1815, and add d. Phila., Dec. 31, 
1893. 
Page 1 10. Sidney Joseph Solms, Class 1837, add d. Fayetteville, N. C, Oct. 28^ 
1893- 



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XXXVi UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

Page 118. Isaac Walker Moore, Class 1839, for Mem. Penna. Legis., 1854-55, 
read 1854. 
Henry Stafford Osborn, Class 1841, add ^. N. Y. City, Feb. 2, 1894. 
James Somers Smith, Class 1841, add d. Phila., Mch. 30, 1894. 

Thomas Knight Finletter, Class 1843, for Mem. Penna. Legis., 
1848-50, read 1850. 

David James McKibbin, Class 1844, /or Mem. Penna. Legis., 1876, 

read 1877-78. 

Daniel Kendig, Class 1844, following his name add A. M, 
John McMinn Collins, Class 1845, /or 717 Walnut St., read"]!!. 

Peter Stryker, Class 1846, add before m. Caroline Smock, Pres. and 
proprietor Stryker Sem., St. Anthony Park, Minn. For Ad- 
dress, Minneapolis, Minn., read 326 W. Thirty -third St., N. Y. 
City. 

James Charles Smith, Class 1846, add d. near West Chester, Penna., 
Dec. 13, 1893. 

Charles Massey Cresson, Class 1847, add d. Phila., Dec. 27, 1893. 
Add after Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1S67; Franklin Instit., Phila, 

Silas Weir Mitchell, Class 1848, on the fifth line from the end of his 
sketch for "Lectures on Medical Ethics," read "Lectures on 
Conduct of the Medical Life." 

Page 166. James Appley, Class 1849, delele all that is there said of him and read 
James Larrabee Appley, A. M. b. Canterbury, Conn., Sept. 19, 
1823. s. William Appley and Mercy Laird. Entered Soph. 
Class 1846. Pres. Zelo. Teacher, m. Emily Augusta, dau. 
Caleb H. Stickney, M. D. Address, 173 High St., Springfield, 
Mass. 
George Pepper Norris, Class 1850, for dau. John Price, read dau. 
John Hyland Price. 

Brinton Coxe, Class 1S52, for and left a posthumous treatise on the 
Constitution of U. S. unpub., read "An essay on Judicial Power 
and Unconstitutional Legislation, being a commentary on parts 
of the Constitution of the United States." 

Benoni Lockwood, Class 1852, add after Merchant, Trustee St. Luke's 
Hosp., N. Y. City. 

John Andrews Harris, Class 1852, for s. Rev. N. S. Harris and , 

read s. Rev. Nathaniel Sayre Harris and Elizabeth Callender 
Andrews. Add after m. and before Almy S. Hale ist, and add 
after Hale 2d, Annie C. Wright. 

Robert Comly Cornelius, Class i853./crKnoxville, r^arf Hazelwood. 

Edward Whitehead Smith, Class 1853, /or Morristown, N. J., read 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

Cooper Smith, Class 1854, add d. Phila., Dec. 8, 1893. 

William Bicknell Morris, Class 1855, add d. Phila., Jan. 6, 1888. 

Harry Clay Egbert, Class 1856, add after Chief Mustering Officer ist 
Army Corps, 1863. Was captured and confined in Libby Prison, 
1862, and again in 1863. Add after Major 17th U. S. Inf., Lt. 
Col. 6th U. S. Inf , 1893. For Address, Fort D. A. Russell, 
Wyoming, read Fort Thomas, Newport, Ky. 
Page 196. Edward Smith Kelly, Class 1856, add after Lawyer, Served in Penna. 
militia during the emergency, 1862. 



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Page 199. Samuel Huntington Jones, Class 1857, add d. Phila., Feb. 20, 1894. 

Page 200. John Leighton McKim, Class 1857, add after father's name, and 
Susan Agnes McGill. Add before Address, m. Sarah Fisher, 
dau. Henry Fisher Rodney. 

Page 204. Charles Williams Duane, Class 1858, /or m. Emma C, readm. Emma 
Cashman. 

Page 215. George Knowles Crozer, Class i860, a^/i/ after Manufacturer, Mngr. 
House of Refuge, Phila. Trustee Crozer Theol. Sem. , Upland, 
Penna. Capt. 45th Regt. Penna. militia during the emergencies, 

1862 and 1863. For m. , read m. Emma P., dau. Col. 

William T. Snodgrass, Cumberland co., Penna. 

Page 219. Albert Albouy Outerbridge, Class i860, add after Soph, year. Was a 
student in Dept. of Music, 1877-7S. 

Page 226. For Thomas Mutter Cleemann, Class 1862, read Thomas Miitter 
Cleemann. 

Page 227. Persifor Frazer, Class 1862, add after Published, "Manual of the 
Study of Handwriting and Documents, with Especial Reference 
to the Methods to be Employed for the Detection of Fraud and 
Falsification." 

Page 231. Cliflford Lewis, Class iS62,/or m. Ella E., read m. Ella Eugenia. 

Page 232. For Alexis Irenee du Pont, Class 1863, read Alexis Iren^e du Pent. 

Page 241. flvucien G. Florance, Class 1864, is said to be li\dng in N. Y. City. 

Page 248. John Holbrook Easby, Class 1865, add after Lawyer, m. Elizabeth, 
dau. Adam May Stevenson. 

Page 248. John Worrell Fisher, Class 1865, add b. Phila., May 20, 1845. s. 
Samuel F. Fisher and Emma Worrell. Entered 1861, and left 
during Fresh, year. A.*, m. Anna M. Schermerhorn. Address, 
Homer, Cortland co., N. Y. 

Page 251. Otis Howard Kendall, Class 1866, /(?r4>. 2. -¥., read ^. K. ^. 

Page 253. William Fisher Lewis, Class 1866, add before Address, m. Ellen dau. 
William Camac, M. D., Phila. 

Page 255. Alonzo Potter Douglass, Class 1867, add after Mem. Philo. Class 
historian. For Address, 711 Walnut St., Phila., read 4651 
Green St., Gtn., Phila. 

Page 261. James Purdon Wright, Class 1868, add after Chicago. Steamship 
agt. and broker, Balto., Md., 1892 to date, and after Address, 
730 Equitable Bldg. 

Page 262. Robert Neilson Clark, Class 1868, add d. Pittsburgh, Penna., Mch. 
17, 1894. 

Page 265. Robert Adams, Jr., Class 1869, add after U. S. Minister to Brazil, 
S. A., 1889-90. M. C. 1894 to date. 

Page 267. Theodore Christian KnauflF, Class 1869, for for a short time read 
1877-78. 

Page 270. William Delaware Neilson, Class 1870, add after Revo. Mem. Mil. 
Order Loyal Legion, U. S.. by inheritance. 

Page 273. Hampton Lawrence Carson, Class 1871, add before Author, Med. 
Jurisp. Soc, Phila. ; Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila. 



XXXViil UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

Page 274. Robert Steen Martin, Class i^-ji,/or and , read and Eliza Simp- 

son. Add after Lawyer m. . 

Page 274. Robert Henry Neilson, Class 1871, add d. Phila., Mch. 22, 1894. 

Page 281. William Barton Brewster, Class 1872, for Asst. Surg. U. S. A., since 
resigned, read Asst. Surg. U. S. A. for six or seven years when 
he honorably resigned. For m. , read m. Caroline Eliza- 
beth. Address, Pacific Hotel, Evanston, Wyoming. 

Page 282. William Chamberlain, Class 1872, add, d. Moorestown, N. J., Dec. 
15, 1893. 

Page 287. William Wilkins Carr, Class 1873, add before Address, Published 
"The Judicial Interpretation by the United States Courts of the 
Acts of Congress relating to the Tariff." 

Page 288. Charles Penrose Keith, Class 1873, for Address, 326 Spruce St., 
Phila., read ii\ So. Fourth St., Phila. 

Page 291. Charles Gibbons, Class 1873, a^rf after d. Phila., . Oct, 2, 1888. 

For and . read and Eliza Cox Hull. For m. . read m, 

Clara Draper. 

Page 296. Charles Henry Townsend, Class 1874. After Registrar of Deposits 
U. S. Mint, Phila, 1885, add (comma) and Cashier of same, 1894. 

Page 305. Henry Pemberton, Jr., Class 1875, add before Address, m. Susan, 
dau. Joseph S. L,overing, Gtn., Phila. 

Page 307, William Goodwill Button, Class 1876, add after Mem. L. I. Hist. 
Soc. m. Jennie S. Himes, Hampden, Mass. Address, 33 
Mickle St., Camden, N. J. 

Page 316. John Howard Gibson, Class 1877, add ^. Phila., Apr. 6, 1894. 

Page 323. James Rundle Smith, Class 1877, add before Address, m. Mary Stokes 
Harris, Phila. 

Page 326. Edward Garrett McCollin, Class 1878, add after Chief editor Univ. 
Magazine, Master's oration June, 1881. 

Page 338. Thomas Joshua Brown, Class 1879, change address to Mt. Joy, Lan- 
caster CO., Penna. 

Page 356. Morris Jastrow, Class 1S81, add after s. Rabbi Marcus Jastrow, Ph. D. 

Page 365. Charles Handford Henderson, Class 1882, add after B. S. (Ph.D., 
Univ. Zurich, 1892.) 

Page 366. Joseph Jastrow, Class 1882, /£)r LL. D. on second line read Ph. D. 

Page 378. Howard Wurts Page, Class 18S3, add after Lawyer, m. Edith, dau. 
James S. Cox, Philadelphia. 

Page 394. The following omission should be inserted after Clarence Wills Tay- 
lor, Class 1884, on this page: 
Frederick Winslow Taylor (M. E., Stevens Instit, Hoboken, N. J., 
1883). [T.S.S. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Mch. 20, 1856. s. Franklin Taylor and Emily 
Winston. Entered as a special student 18S3 and left 1884. Chf. 
engr. Midvale Steel Wks., Nicetown, Phila., 1884-90; gen. mngr. 
Mfg. Invest. Co., 1890 to date. Mem. Am. Soc. Mechan. Engrs. 
m. Louise Maris, dau. Edward Amasa Spooner, M. D., Phila. Ad- 
dress, Mills Bldg. , N. Y. City. 

Page 394. George Buckley Warder, Class 1884, for b. Phila., . s. , 

read b. Brooke I'orge, Lancaster co., Penna., Nov. 24, 1862. s. 
George Aston Warder and Sally Brooke Buckley. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. XXXlX 

Page 395. James Fry Bullitt, Class 1885, add after I^awyer, Now studjdng for 
the ministry of the P. E. Ch. 

Page 396, Roland Post Falkner, Class 1885, add after cost of living, 1891. 
One of the Secretaries of the International Monetary Conf., 
Brussels, 1893. 

Page 396. Alexander Johnson Gray, Class 1885, add after Contractor m. , 

dau. Hon. Michael Arnold, Phila. 

Page 403. Frank Roop Smith, Class 1885, add M. D., 1893, after his name and 
before (Ph. G., Phila. Coll. Phar., 1878). ^rfrf Physician after 
analyt. chemist. 

Page 405. David Sands Brown Chew, Class 1886, add after Merchant, Mem. 
Com. Coun. Phila., 1894. 

Page 407. Edward Miller Jeflferys, Class 1886. Add after 1890-93 on last 
line, rector St. Paul's, Doylestown, Penna., 1894 to date. Ad- 
dress, Doylestown, Penna. 

Page 413. The following omission should be inserted after James Newman 
Carter, Class 1886, on this page : 

William Holmes Cookman. [T. S. S. 

b. Phila., June 27, 1866. s. William Wilberforce Cookman and 
Mary De Waele. Entered Junior Class as a special student 1884, 
and left at the close of Junior year. Civil Engr. in the service 
Penna. R. R. Co., Phila. Address, 226 N. Nineteenth St., Phila. 

Page 422. Edwards Sanford Dunn, Class 1887. For Lamachus read Lamachos. 

Page 424. John Julius Hovey, Class 1887, add after manufacturer, m, Eliza- 
beth Fades Rodgers, Phila. 

Page 449. Isaac Starr, Jr., Class 1888, add before Address, m. Mary Savage 
dau. Andrew Charles Barclay (Class 1859). 

Page 453. Benjamin Franklin Lacy, Class 1889, add after Instr. Central High 
Sch., Phila.; Prof. Physical Geog. and Nat. Phil, at same, 1894. 

Page 459. The following omission should be inserted after Solomon Teller, 
Class 1889, on this page : 

Francis Newton Thorpe. (A. M., Univ. Syracuse, N. Y., i88r., 
Ph. D., Univ. Syracuse, 1883.) [W. S. F. 

b. Swampscott, Essex co., Mass., Apr. 15, 1857. s. J. W. Thorpe 
and Rosanna Porter. Entered 1885 and left 1886. Student in Law 
Dept., 1885-86. Teacher in High Sch., Pleasantville, Penna., 
1876-77. Supdt. Schs., North East, Penna., 1878-82. Lawyer. 
W. S. F. Fellow, 1885-87. Prof. Hist, Social Sci. and Lit. Phila. 
Central Manual Training Sch., 1886. Lecturer in Am. Hist., 
1889-90. Prof. Am. Const. Hist., 1891 to date. Mem. Hist. Soc. 
Penna.; Am. Hist. Assn.; Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Sci. Pub- 
lished "The Government of the People of the U. S.; " "The Story 
of the Constitution;" and edited "Benjamin Franklin and the 
Univ. of Penna." Address, 3731 Locust St., Phila. 

Page 463. William Rufus Nicholson, Class 1890, add after Mem. Philo. *. K. •?. 

Page 466. Jacob Orie Clarke, Class 1890, add before Address, Instr. Drawing, 
1889-92. 

Page 469. Frederic Shaw Nelson, Class 1890, add after Mch., 1891. «i>. K. i-. 

Page 480. Clayton Fotteral McMichael, Class 1891, for Fotteral read Fotterall. 

Add after North American, m. Elizabeth Butcher, dau. Robert 

Glendenning, Phila. 



xl UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

Page 489. Carl Albert Walraven, Class i8g2 /or 4>. K. 2. read *. K. ^. 

Page 511. George Reese Newbold, Class 1893, /orb. , readh. Phila. 

Page 513. William Trautwine, Jr., Class 1893, for and , read and Louisa 

C. Leeds. Add before Address, Clerk. 

Page 530. Samuel David Gross, 1884, add after Am. Phil. Soc, 1854. Fell. 
Coll. Phys., Phila., 1857. 

Page 531. Henry Hartshorne, 1884, add after M. D., 1845. Fell. Coll. Phys., 
Phila., 185 1. 

Page 532. David Hayes Agnew, 1888, add after M. D., 1838. Fell. Coll. Phys., 
Phila., 1859. 

Membership in the A. 4>. Fraternity should be added to the sketches of the 
following matriculates: 

Page 147, Peter Stryker; p. 166, James Appley and William James Feltus; 
p. 167, Samuel Brown Wylie McLeod and Christopher Magee; p. 168, William 
Hembel Taggart; p. 170, Joseph Blake Bispham, Isaac Oliver Blight, William 
Rush Dunton and Alexander Cook Durbin; p. 171, Nalbro Frazier, Jr., and 
William Wirt Harris; p. 172, Clement Biddle Penrose; p. 173, Thomas Mayer 
Wetherill and Henry James Feltus; p. 175, Thomas Linnard Hildebum; p. 177, 
Joseph King Turner Van Pelt; p. 179, Dorsey Cox and Brinton Coxe; p. 180, 
Richard Ludlow and Matthew Huizinga Messchert; p. 181, Charles Frederick 
Taggart and George Spencer West; p. 183, Henry Suddards, John Kennedy 
Barclay and Zachariah Poulson Dobson; p. 184, James Hervey Dunlap and 
William Henry Durbin; p. 185, Albert Holmes Smith, Edward Whitehead Smith 
and John Price Durbin; p. 187, Thomas Jefferson Ashton and Abram Morrell 
Feltus; p. 188, Cooper Smith, Alfred Wharton and George Washington White; 
p. 189, Jesper Morris Harding; p. 192, William Bicknell Morris; p. 193, Charles 
Maudes Da Costa; p. 195, Alexander Brinton Coxe and William Scott Hendrie; 
p. 196, Edward Smith Kelly and William Reed; p. 197, John Hamilton Slack 
and John Worthington Williams; p. 198, James Duval Rodney; p. 224, John 
Worrell Lowber. 



ABBREVIATIONS, REFERENCES, Etc. 



adm., admitted; b., born; d., died; dau., daughter; m., married; s., son; 
Philo., Philomathean Society of the University of Pennsylvania; Zelo., Zeloso- 
phic Society of the University of Pennsylvania. Abbreviations have been used 
wherever possible. With the exception of the above no explanation of them is 
deemed necessary. 

The names of matriculates known to be deceased are preceded by a f . 

Prior to 1873, the degree conferred at graduation was A. B., except in the 
few cases in which B. S. is noted. Beginning with that class, the degree con- 
ferred at graduation is indicated in all cases. The degree of A. M., unless a 
date is given, was invariably conferred three years after graduation. 

When a degree, honorary or taken in course, is followed by a date without 
the name of any college, it has been conferred by the University of Pennsylvania. 
Trustee, Provost, Vice-Provost, Librarian, Chaplain, Professor, Assistant Profes- 
sor, Lecturer, Instructor and Tutor not being followed by the name of any 
college, indicate positions held in the University of Pennsylvania. 

AUTHORITIES. 

Allibone, Allibone's Dictionary of Authors; Appleton, Appleton's Cyclopae- 
dia of American Biography; Atkinson, Atkinson's Physicians and Surgeons of 
the U. S.; Drake, Drake's Dictionary of American Biography. Egle, Egle's 
Pennsylvania Genealogies; Futhey a7id Cope, Futhey and Cope's History of 
Chester co., Penna.; Hanson, George A. Hanson's Old Kent of Maryland; 
Keith, Charles P. Keith's Provincial Councillors of Penna.; Rnschenberger, Dr. 
W. S. W. Rnschenberger' s Historical Account of the College of Physicians of 
Philadalphia; Sabine, Sabine's American Loyalists; Simpson, Simpson's Lives 
of Eminent Philadelphians; Sprague, Sprague's Annals of the American Pulpit; 
Thacher, Thacher's American Medical Biography. 

Beside the above general biographical works reference is made to family 
histories, biographies, memoirs, etc., many of which were privately printed. All 
of these can be found in the library of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 
The titles are generally given with sufficient fullness, but the following abbrevia- 
tions of some of those most frequently cited have been used: 

Bartow Geneal. Bartow Genealogy, by Rev. Evelyn Bartow. 
Breck Family. Samuel Breck's Genealogy of the Breck Family. 
Brinton Fam.ily. Daniel G. Brinton's Genealogy of the Brinton Family, 
Griffitts Family. Genealogical Tables of Griffitts Family, by Frank P, 
Griffitts. 

Hollingsworth Geneal. Hollingsworth Genealogical Memoranda in the 
United States. From 1682-1884. By Wm. B. Hollingsworth. 

Maris Fatnily. The Maris Family in the U. S. A record of the Descdts. 
of George and Alice Maris. Compiled by George L. and A"Mie M. Maris. 

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Neill Family. John Neill and his Descendants. 

Newconib Family. John B. Newcomb's Genealogical Memoir of the New- 
comb Family. 

Potts Family. The Potts Memorial, by Mrs. T. P. James. 

Rodman Fam-ily. Charles Henry Jones's Genealogy of the Rodman Family. 

Sharpless Geneal. The Genealogy of the Sharpless Family, by Gilbert Cope. 

Thomas Family. Pedigrees of Thomas, Chew and Lawrance. A West 
River Register and Genealogical notes. By Rev. Lawrance B. Thomas. 

Thomas Family. The Thomas Family of Hill town, Bucks co., Penna. 
By Edward Mathews. 

Wharton Family. Anne H. Wharton's Genealogy of the Wharton Family. 

White Family. Ancestry of the Children of James William White, M. D. 
Compiled by Wm. F. Cregar. 






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ATRICULATES. 



1757- 



tJACOB DUCHE, JR., A. M. (D. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., Jan., 1737-38 ; d. Phila., Jan. 3, 1798. s. Jacob Duch^, MaytMT 
of Phila., and Mary Spence. Entered May 25, 1754. Studied at Clare Hall, 
Cantab. Tutor, 1753. Valedictorian. Prof. Oratory, 1759-78. Clerg3'man 
Ch. of Eng.; asst. min. Christ Ch., Phila., 1759-75- Chaplain to Cong., 
1774-76. Rector Christ Ch. and St. Peter's, Phila., 1775-77- Chaplain to 
Asyl. in St. George's Fields, I^ondon, during the Revo. War. Trustee, 
1761-78. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. Author, "Letters of Tamoc Caspi- 
pina;" a translation, and sermons, m. Elizabeth, dau. Hon. Thomas 
Hopkinson. See Keith, Simpson, Allibone. 

+ FRANCIS HOPKINSON, A.M. LL. D., 1790- (A.M., Coll. N. J., gratiae 
causa, 1763.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 21, 1737 ; d. Phila., May 9, 1791. s. Hon. Thomas Hop- 
kinson and Mary Johnson. Entered May 25, 1754. Lawyer. Collector, 
Port of New Castle, 1772-76. Mem. Prov. Coun., N. J., 1774-76- Del, 
fr. N. J. to Cont. Cong., 1776-77. Signer Declaration of Independence. 
Chief Navy Dept. of the Confederation and Treas. Cont. Loan Office. Judge 
of the Admiralty, appointed by the State of Penna., 1779-89- First Judge 
U. S. Dist. Ct., Penna., 1790-91. Sec. Library Co., Phila. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1768, and of other institutions. Trustee, 1778-91 - Author, 
"The Battle of the Kegs;" "History of a New Roof;" etc., and edited a 
volume of Admiralty Reports, m. Ann, dau. Joseph Borden. See Simpson^ 
Appleton, Allibone. 

+JAMES LATTA, A.M. D. D., 1799. 

b. Ireland, 1732; d. Chestnut Level, Lancaster co., Penna., Jan. 29, 
i8or. s. James Latta and Mary Alison. Entered May 25, 1754. Tutor, 
1756-59- Presb. clergyman. Stationed at Deep Run, Bucks co., Penna., 
1761-70, and at Chestnut Level, Lancaster co., Penna., 1770, until his death. 
The third Moderator Gen. Assem. Presb. Ch. in Am. Private and Chaplain 
Penna. militia during the Revo. Author "Psalmody;" etc. m. Mary 
McCalla. See Sprague, Appleton. 

t SAMUEL MAGAW, A. M. D. D., 1783. 

b. Penna., 1735 ; d. Phila., Dec. i, 1812. s. , of Cumberland co., 

Penna. Entered May 25, 1754. Educated for a tutorship at the suggestion 

of the Coll. authorities. Clergyman Ch. of Eng. Misny. Soc. Prop. Gospel 

at Dover and Duck Crk. Vice-Provost and Prof. Moral Phil., 1782-91. 

Rector St. Paul's, Phila., 1781-1804. Assisted Rev. James Abercrombie, 

D. D. (Class 1776), in founding the Acad. P. E. Ch., Phila. Mem. Am. 

Phil. Soc, 1784. Author of numerous sermons, m. Lucia, dau. Andrew 

Doz, Phila. See Appleton, Sprague. 
tJOHN MORGAN, A.M. (M. D., Univ. Edin., 1763.) 

b. Phila., 1735 ; d. Phila., Oct. 15, 1789. s. Evan Morgan and . 

Entered May 25, 1754. Physician. Prof. Theorv' and Pract. Med., 1765-79. 

this being the first establishment of a medical professorship in Am. Phys. 

Penna. Hosp., 1773-77 and 1778-83. Direc. Gen. Hosps. and Phys. in Chief, 

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2 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l757 

Am. Army, 1775-77. F- R. S., 1762. Mem. Royal Soc, London. Mem. 
Royal Acad. Surg., Paris, 1764. Mem. Arcadian Belles Lettres Soc, Rome, 
1764. Licentiate Royal Coll. Phys., London and Edin., 1765. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1766. Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila., 1787. Author, "A Discourse 
upon the Introduction of Medical Schools in Phila." "Dissertation on 
the Reciprocal Advantages of a Perpetual Union between Great Britain and 
her American Colonies," for which he received a gold medal from John 
Sargent of London, 1766. "A Recommendation of Inoculation, according 
to Baron Lonsdale's Method." " nronoiESIS, Sive Tentameu Medicum 
de Puris Confectione, " his graduation thesis at Univ. Edin., etc. m. Mary, 
dau. Hon. Thomas Hopkinson. See Keith. Geo. W. Norris' Early Hist. 
Med., Phila. Thacher. Carson's Hist. Med. Dept. Univ. Penna. Apple- 
ton, Ruschenberger, Allibone. Memoir by Dr. Bevj. Rush. 

+ HUGH WILLIAMSON, A. M. LL. D., 1787. (M. D., Univ. Utrecht, 1772.) 

b. Chester co., Penna., Dec 5, 1735 ; d. N. Y. City, May 22, 1819. s. 
Joseph Williamson of Cumberland co., Penna., and Mary Davison. Entered 
May 25, 1754. Tutor, 1756-59. Studied medicine at Univ. Edin. Presb. 
clergyman in Conn., 1759. Prof. Math., 1761-63. Visited theW. I. in 1772 
to procure aid for the Newark (Del.) Acad., and Eng. in 1773 for the same 
purpose. Was examined in Feb., 1774, by the Privy Coun. on the subject 
of the destruction of tea in Boston harbor. In 1777 engaged in mercantile 
pursuits with a younger brother in the South, which led to his settling in 
Edenton, N. C, where he also practiced medicine. Med. Direc-Gen. N. C. 
militia, 1779-82. Mem. House of Commons, N. C, 1782. Mem. Cont. 
Cong., 1782-85 and 1787-88. M. C, 1790-93. Mem. Const. Conv. U. S., 
1787. Mem. N. C. Ratif Conv., 1788. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768, and 
was a mem. of a com. of that Soc. to observe the transit of Venus, 1769. 
Author, " Observations on the Climate in Different Parts of America, with 
some Account of the Aborigines ; " " History of North Carolina ; " "Dis- 
course on the Benefits of Civil History ; " " Epitaph on Benjamin Franklin ;" 
etc. and many essays and miscellaneous papers on medical, philosophical 
and social subjects, m. Maria, dau. Charles Ward, Apthorpe, N. Y. See 
Thacher, Appleton, Allibone. Wheeler's Hist. N. C. 

Non-Graduates. 
tJOEL EVANS. 

b. ; d. . s. . Entered . Mcht., Phila.; was attainted 

a Tory during the Revo., and his property confiscated. See Sabine. 

i-WILLIAM GREENWAY. 

b. ; d. . s. . Entered . 

+JOSIAH MARTIN, A. B., gratise causa, I757- A. M., gratiae causa, 1760. 

b. ; d. . s. Col. Josiah Martin, Gov. N. C, and . Entered 

May 25, 1754. Studied at the Temple, London. Lawyer. 

fWILLIAM THOMAS MARTIN. 

b. ; d. Phila., Aug. 28, 1754. s. Col. Josiah Martin, Gov. N. C, 

and . Entered May 25, 1754. He died during his studentship, and 

Provost William Smith, D. D., preached a sermon in Christ Ch., Phila., 
which was published, commemorative of his death. See H. IV. Smith's 
Life Rev. William Smith, D. D. 

fWILLIAM MASTERS. , ^ ^ „ 

b. ; d. . s. William Masters, Phila., and . Entered May 

25, 1754. Distiller; Justice, Phila. co., Penna. m. Sarah, dau. Evan 
Morgan. 
+JOSEPH MATHER, A.M., gratise causa, 1762. 

b. ; d. . s. John Mather, Chester, Penna., and . Entered 

May 25. 1754. Clergyman Ch. of Eng.; misny. in Del. and Md. See Rt. 
Rev. William S. Perry's Hist. Records of Del. and Md. 



1759] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 3 

i- SOLOMON SOUTHWiCK, A. B., gratis causa, 1757. 

b. Newport, R. I., 1731 ; d. Newport, R. I., Dec. 23, 1797. s. Solomon 
Southwick and Mary . Entered Mayas, 1754. Printer; editor New- 
pott Mercury; statesman. Mem. Gen. Assem., R. I. Dep. Comsy. Gen., 
R. I. m. Ann Carpenter, widow of Willett Carpenter and dau. L,t. John 
Gardner, R. I. See Thotnas' Hist, of Printing in Am. Col. Hist., R. I. 

t BENJAMIN WEST. 

b. near Springfield, Chester (now Del.) co., Penna., Oct. 10, 1738 ; d. 
London, Eng., March 11, 1820. s. John West and Sarah Pearson. Entered, 
1753 or 4. Artist. Painted portraits in Phila, and N. Y. before sailing to 
Italy in 1760, when he was accompanied by a son (Class, 1759), of Chief 
Justice William Allen, in whose vessel they sailed to Leghorn, and thence went 
to Rome. Remained in Italy until 1763, and thence went to Eng. F. R. A. 
and one of its founders, 1768. Pres. of the same, with one slight interrup- 
tion, 1782-1815. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. He declined Knighthood. 
His works number upward of 400 pictures in oil, being particularly devoted 
to hist, subjects, m. Elizabeth, dau. Robert Shewell, Phila. See Cunning- 
ham's Lives, Painters and Sculptots. Dunlap's History. C. Edward 
Lester's Artists, Am. Tuckerman's Book Artists. Simpson, Appleton. 
Life byf. Gait. 
i- EDWARD PRICE WILMER. 

b. Md., Sept. 23, 1737; d. . s. Simon Wilmer and Mary . 

Entered May 25, 1754. m. Mary . See Hanson. 

1759. 
i-ANDREW ALLEN. 

b. June, 1740; d. London, Eng., Mch. 7, 1825. s. Chief Justice 

William Allen and Margaret Hamilton. Entered May 25, 1755. Finished 
his legal education at the Temple, London. Adm. Sup. Ct., Penna., 1765. 
Com. Coun., Phila., 1768. Mem. Prov. Assem. Mem. Prov. Coun., 1769-75. 
Atty.-Gen. Penna., 1769-76. Recorder, Phila., 1774-76. Mem. Com. 
Safety, Penna., 1775-76. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1776, but disapproved of 
independence and in June of that year ceased to attend. Was afterward 
attainted of treason by Act of Assem. Trustee, 1775-78. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1768. One of the founders. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. m. Sarah, dau. 
William Coxe. See Keith, Appleton, Sabine. 

t JAMES ALLEN. 

b. circa 1742; d. Phila., Sept. 19, 1778. s. Chief Justice William 

Allen and Margaret Hamilton. Entered May 25, 1755. Studied at the 
Temple, London. Lawyer. Com. Coun., Phila. Mem. Prov. Assem., one 
term. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. m. Elizabeth, dau. John Lawrence. 
See Keith. 
tJOHN BEARD, A.M. 

Registered as fr. Nottingham twp. , Chester co. , Penna. Supposed to be s. 
of John Beard, a taxable in New London, Chester co., Penna. (1729-44) and 

Rebecca . Entered June, 1757. Tutor, 1759-61. Presb. clergyman. 

Was deposed by the New Castle Presbytery, 1772. 

t NATHANIEL CHAPMAN, A.M. 

b. Charles (now Alexandria) co., Md., Dec. 15, 1740; d. 1761 (?). 
Drowned in N. Y. Bay by the capsizing of an excursion boat. s. Nathaniel 
Chapman and Constance Pearson. Entered May 25, 1755. 

i-WILLIAM EDMISTON, A.M. 

Registered as fr. Nottingham twp. , Chester co. , Penna. Supposed to be s. 

of William Edmiston, of Oxford twp., Chester co., Penna., and Mary . 

Entered June, 1757. Clergyman Ch. of Eng. and ministered in Md. Left 
Am. during the Revo. See Sabine. 



4 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l759 

tJOHN HALL. 

b. Harford co., Md., Oct. 8, 1737; d. Harford co., Md., May 5, 1770. 
s. Col. John Hall and Mrs. Hannah Johns. Entered May 25, 1754. See 
Montgomery'' s Col. Thomas White and his Descdts. 

tSAMUEL KEENE, A. M., 1765. (D. D., Washington Coll., Md., 1785.) 

b. St. Paul's, Balto. co., Md., May 11, 1734; d. Talbot co., Md., May 

8^ 1810. s. , of Md. Entered May 25, 1756. Salutatorian. Tutor, 

1758-59. Clergyman Ch. of Eng., and oflBciated in Md. See Allen's Md. 
Clergy. Sprague. H. W. Smith's Life Rev. William Smith, D. D. 

t ALEXANDER LAWSON. 

b. Cecil CO., Md,, ; d, . s. Alexander Lawson and . 

Entered May 25, 1756. See Hanson. 
tJOHN MORRIS. 

b. Phila. circa 1739; d. Phila., Mch. 9, 1785. s. Samuel Morris, Phila., 
and Hannah Cadwalader. Entered May 25, 1755. Valedictorian. Lawyer. 
Judge Ct. Com. PI., Phila., 1776. Recorder of Deeds, Phila., 1777. Atty. 
Gen. Penna., pro iem., 1777. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc. 1768. Lt. Col. and 
Q. M. Penna. militia, 1776. See Appleton. 
t WILLIAM PACA, A.M. 

b. Harford co., Md., Oct. 31, 1740 ; d. "Wye Hall," Queen Anne's co., 

Md., 1799. s. John Paca and Elizabeth . Entered May 25, 1756. 

Lawyer. Mem. Prov. Assem., Md., i77i-74- Mem. Conn. Safety, Md.,. 
during the Revo. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1774-79- Signer Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. StateSenator,Md., 1777-79- Chief Justice, Md., 1778-80. Chief 
Justice Ct. Appeals, Md., 1780-82. Gov. Md., 1782-86. Mem. Md. Ratif. 
Conv., 1788. Judge U. S. Dist. Ct., Md., 1789-99. m. ist. Mary, dau. Samuel 
Chew, Md.; 2d. Anna Harrison, Phila. See Encyc. Biog. Md., Appleton. 

t SAMUEL POWEL. 

b. Phila., 1739 ; d. Phila., Sept. 29, 1793. s. Samuel Powel and Mary 
Morris. Entered May 25, 1756. Trustee, 1773-93 ; was the last Mayor, 
Phila., under the old Charter of 1701, and the first Mayor under the new 
Charter of 1789. Speaker Penna. Senate, 1792. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1760. 
m. Elizabeth, dau. Charles Willing. See Keith. 

Non-Graduates. 
tJOHN ALLEN 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Feb., 1778. .s. Chief Justice William Allen 

and Margaret Hamilton. Entered May 25, 1755. Finished his legal studies 
at the Temple, London. Lawyer. At the beginning of the Revo, was a Com. 
Coun. Phila. Trustee, 1769-78. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. Mem. Prov. 
Conv., N. J., 1776, opposed to independence and summoned by Act of 
Assem'., Penna., to trial for high treason. In Dec, 1776, put himself under 
the protection of Gen. Howe of the British Army. m. Mary, dau. David 
Johnston, N. Y. City. See Keith, Sabine. 

tJOHN CHEW. 

b. , Mch. 21, 1739-40; d. , Dec. 15, 1807. s. Chief Justice 

Samuel Chew, of Kent, Del., and Mrs. Mary Galloway, nie Paca. Entered 
May 25, 1756. See Keith. 
•}■ PHILEMON DICKINSON. 

b. "Crosiadore" near Reed's Crk., Talbot co., Md., Apr. 5, 1739; d. 
"Hermitage," near Trenton, N. J., Feb. 9, 1809. s. Samuel Dickinson and 
Mary Cadwalader. Entered May 25, 1756. Law>'er. Mem. Prov. Cong., 
N J 1776. Mem. Cont. Cong. fr. Del., 1781. Mem. Prov. Coun., N. J., 
and Vice-Pres. of same, 1783-85. U. S. Senator, N. J., I790-93- Signer Non- 
Importation Agreement. Col. Hunterdon Co., N. J., Battalion and afterward 
Brig -Gen , 1775. Maj.-Gen. and Commander-in-Chief N. J. troops, 1777, 
participating in the battle of Monmouth. Chief Signal Officer Cont. Army, 
1778. m. Mary, dau. Dr. Thomas Cadwalader, Prov. Coun., Penna. See 
Keith, Appleton. 



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COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 



i- BASIL DORSEY. 

Registered as fr. Md. Entered May 25, 1755. 

^ HENRY MARCHANT, A.M., gratise causa, i76:> (and Han'ard, gratiae causa, 
1762. IvL. D., Yale, 1792). 

b. Martha's Vineyard, Mass., Apr., 1741 ; d. Newport, R. I., Aug. 30, 

1796. s. Hexford Marchant and Butler. Entered, 1755-56 (?). Lawyer. 

Atty-Gen., R. I., 1770-77. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1777-80, 1783-84. Mem. 
R. I. Ratif. Conv., 1789. judge U. S. Dist. a., R. I., 1790-96. See Appleton. 

i- WILLIAM MONTGOMERY. 

Registered as fr. Lancaster co., Penna. s. . Entered June, 1757. 

Lawyer. M. C. 1793-95. Pres. Judge Ct. Com. PI., Lancaster co., Penna. 

i- JAMES MURRAY (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. , Md., Jan. 2, 1741 ; d. Annapolis, Md., Dec. i, 1819. s. Dr. 

William Murray, Md., and Ann Smith. Entered 1757 (?). Physician, m. 
Sarah Maynadier. See Hanson. 

i-JOSEPH READE. 

b. ; d. . s. Joseph Reade, N. Y. Entered May 25, 1755. 

i- ABRAHAM WALTON. 

s. Jacob Walton, N. Y., and Maria Beakman. Entered May 25, 1756. 
[There was a Tory of this name in Queen's Co., N. Y.] See Sabine. 

1760. 

i- PATRICK ALISON, A. M. D. D., 1782 (and Washington Coll., Md., 1785). 

b. Lancaster co., Penna., 1740; d. Balto., Md., Aug. 24, 1802. s. 
William Alison, Penna., and Catharine Craig. Entered May 3, 1759. 
Salutatorian. Tutor, 1762-63. Presb. clergyman, and officiated in Balto. 
Chaplain to Cong., 1776. m. Wellary, dan. William Buchanan. See 
Sprague. H. W. Smith's Life Rev. William Smith, D. D. 

i- THOMAS BOND, JR., A. M. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., 1743 ; d. before July 3, 1794. s. Dr. Thomas Bond and . 

Entered May 23, 1757. Valedictorian. Surg, and Purveyor Cont. Army. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. Afterward removed to Va. m. Ann, dau. 
Evan Morgan. , 

t LINDSAY COATES. 

b. Phila., 1742 ; d. Upper Merion, Montg. co., Penna,, 1799. s. John 

Coates, Phila., and . Entered May 23, 1757. Lawyer. Justice Phila. 

CO. Mem. Const. Conv., Penna., 1790. m. ist. Ruth, dau. John Hughes, 
Phila. ; 2d. Rachel Holstein. 

i- ROBERT GOLDSBOROUGH. 

b. Myrtle Grove, Md., Nov. 8, 1740; d. , 1798. s. Robert Golds- 
borough and Sarah Nichols. Entered Aug. 12, 1757, Mem. Am. Phil. Soc., 
1 791. m. Mary E., dau. Henry Trippe. See Hanson. 

•hWHITMEL HILL. 

b. Bertie co., N. C, Feb. 12, 1743 ; d. Hill's Ferry, Martin co., N. C, 

Sept. 26, 1797. s. John Hill and Martha . Entered Oct. 3, 1757. Mem. 

Assem. Freemen, N. C, 1775. Mem. State Cong., N. C, 1776. Mem. 
Const. Conv., N. C, 1776. Mem. House of Commons, N. C, 1777. State 
Senator, N. C, 1778-80, 1784-85. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1778-81. Wrote 
spirited letters to Gov. Burke, 1780. m. Winnefred Blount, of Chowan, N. 
C. See Wheeler's Hist. N. C. Appleton. 

i-JOHN LEWIS JOHNSTON. 

b. Amboy, N. J., ; d. Amboy, N. J., 1782 (?). s. Dr. Lewis Johns- 
ton and Martha Heathcote. Entered Feb. 12, 1758. m. Susannah, dau. 
John Barberie, N. J. See Hist. Westchester Co., N. Y. 



6 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1760 

fTHOMAS MIFFLIN, A.M. 

b. Phila., 1744; d. Lancaster, Penna., Jan. 20, 1800. s. John Mifflin 
and Elizabeth Bagnall. Entered May 23, 1757. Mcht. Trustee, 1773-99- 
Mem. Prov. Assem., 1771-75. Mem. Bd. of War., Mem. Cont. Cong., 
1782-83. Pres. Cong, at the time of Washington's resignation, 1783. 
Speaker Penna. Assem., 1785-88. Mem. Const. Conv. U. S., 1787. Pres. 
Sup. Exec. Coun., Penna., 1788-90. Pres. Const. Conv., Penna., 1790. Gov. 
Penna., 1790-99. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1799-1800. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1768. Maj., Col., Q. M.-Gen. Cont. Army, 1775. A. D. C. to Gen. Waeh- 
ington. Adj. -Gen., Brig. -Gen , 1776. Maj. -Gen., 1777. m. Sarah, dau. 
Morris Moms. See Keith, Simpson, Apple ton. 

t ROBESON YORKE (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Gtn., Phila., Dec. 16, 1743 ; d. , 1786. s. Thomas Yorke and Mary 

Robeson. Entered May 23, 1757. Physician. 

Non-Graduates. 
t BENJAMIN BAYNTON. 

b. ; d. . s. Peter Baynton and Mary Budd. Entered May 23, 1757, 

tJOHN CADWALADER. 

b. Phila., Jan. 10, 1741-42 ; d. Shrewsbury, Kent co., Md., Feb. 11, 1786. 
s. Dr. Thomas Cadwalader, Prov. Coun., Penna., and Hannah Lambert. 
Entered May 23, 1757. Mcht. Mem. Com. Safety, Phila., and Chmn. 
Mil. Coms. Signer Non-Importation Agreement. Judge Cts. Com. PI., 
Quarter Sess. and Orphans' Ct., Phila. Mem. Prov. Cong. Mem. Md. 
Legis. Capt. Phila. "Silk Stocking Co." at the breaking out of the Revo. 
Col. Phila. Battalion. Brig. -Gen. in the service of the State of Penna. and of 
Md. throughout the Revo. Commanded Phila. Brigade in the winter campaign, 
1776. Twice declined the appointment of Brig.-Gen. in the Cont. Army. 
An earnest supporter of Washington, he fought a duel vith Conway, the 
leader of the cabal against Washington. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. Trustee, 
1779-86. He was the author of a number of publications upon the financial 
and other issues of the day, which appeared in the Phila. and Md. press. 
Also of a pamphlet entitled, "A Reply to Joseph Reed's Remarks." m. ist. 
Elizabeth, dau. Edward Lloyd, Md.; 2d. V/illiamina, dau. Dr. Phineas 
Bond, Phila. See Keith, Simpson, Appleton. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. 
Soc, Phila. Scharfand WestcotVs Hist., Phila. 
tUMBERT CADWALADER. 

b. Greenwood, near Trenton, N. J., :P743 ; d. Greenwood, near Trenton, 
N. J., Sept. 13, 1823. s. Dr. Thomas Cadwalader, Prov. Coun., Penna., and 
Hannah Lambert, Entered May 23, 1757. Mcht. Com., Coun., Phila., at 
the beginning of the Revo. Signer Non -Importation Agreement. Mem. 
Prov. Conv., Penna., 1775. Mem. Const. Conv., Penna., 1776. Mem. Cont. 
Cong., 1784-87. M. C, 1789-95. Capt. one of the companies of the 
♦'Greens." Lt.-Col. 3d Penna. Battalion, 1776. Col. 4th Penna. Line, 
and after being taken a prisoner at Fort Washington on the Hudson, 
resigned from the Army. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. m. Mary, dau. 
Archibald McCall, Phila. vSee Keith, Appleton. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. 
Soc., Phila. Sketch by William Henry Rawle in Penna. Mag., vol.x. 
t WILLIAM GRAYSON. 

b. Prince William co., Va., circa 1740; d. Dumfries, Va., March 12, 

1790. s. Rev. Spencer Grayson and . Entered July 28, 1758. Studied 

at the Temple, London. Lawyer. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1784-87. Mem. Va. 
Conv., 1788. U.S. Senator, Va., 1789-90. A. D. C. to Gen. Washington, 
1776. Col., Va. Regt., 1777. Mem. Bd. War, 1780-81. m. Eleanor Small- 
wood. See Appleton. 
t SAMUEL CADWALADER MORRIS. 

b. Phila., May 29, 1743; d. Phila., Feb., 1820, s. Samuel Morris and 
Hannah Cadwalader. Entered 1757. Mcht. Mem. Com. Safety, Penna., 
1776. Mem. Bd. War. Capt. Penna. militia during the Revo., and partici- 
pated in the battles of Princeton and Trenton. See Appleton. 



1761] COLI^EGE DEPARTMENT. 7 

I761. 
fWILLIAM FLEMING. 

b. ; d. Bermuda, W. I., , supposed from the result of poison. 

s. William Fleming, Penna., and . Entered May, 1758. Salutatorian. 

Student of theol. 
fWfiRK GRIME, A.M., 1765. 

b. ; d. Phila., 1778. s. Mark Grime, Essex, Eng., and . 

Entered May, 1758. 
t JAMES HOOPER. 

b. ; d. . s. Robert Lettice Hooper, N. J., and . Entered 

May, 1758. Capt. N. J. militia. See N.J. Arch., vol. vi. 

tJOHN HUSTON. 

b. ; d. . s. James Huston, New Castle, Del., and . 

Entered May, 1758. 
fWILLIAM KINNERSLEY, A.M., 1765. 

b. , 1743 ; d. , Northumberland co., Penna., Apr., 17S5. s. Rev. 

Ebenezer Kinnersley, A. M., Prof. Oratory and Eng. Lit., and Sarah Duffield. 
Entered May, 1758. Studied med. See Sprague. H. W. Smith's Life 
Rev. Wm. Smith, D. D. 

t MATTHEW McHENRY, A.M., 1765. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Deep Run Parsonage, Bedminster twp., Bucks co., Penna., 1743 ; d. 

, Dec. 13, 1783. s. Rev. Francis McHenry and Mary Ann Wilson. 

Entered May, 1758. Studied med. Surg. Ship Montgomery, Penna. Navy, 
1776-77. m. Margaret, dau. Robert Gregg. See Egle's Fentia. Gcneal. 
Penna. Arch., 2d Series, vol. i. 

t ABRAHAM OGDEN, A.M., 1765. 

b. Newark, N. J., Dec. 30, 1743; d. Newark, N. J., 1798. s. Judge 
David Ogden and Gertrude Govemeur. Entered May, 175S. Lawyer. 
Mem. N. J. Legis., 1790. U. S. Dist. Atty., N. J., 1792-98. U. S. Comr. to 
the Iroquois Nation. One of the founders of Ogdensburg, N. Y. m. Sarah 
Frances, dau. Thomas Ludlow. See Field's Bench and Bar, N.J. Ap- 
pleton. 

t RICHARD PETERS, JR., A.M., 1765. LL. D., 1827. 

b. Phila. CO., June 22, 1743; d. Phila. co., Aug. 22, 1S28. s. William 
Peters and Mary Breintnall. Entered May, 1758. Valedictorian. Lawyer. 
Register of the Admiralty, 1771, until the Revo. Capt. Cont. Army, 1775. 
Sec. Cont. Bd. of War, 1776-81. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1782-83. Mem. and 
Speaker Penna. Assem., 1787-90. Speaker Penna. State Senate, 1791. 
Judge U. S. Dist. Ct, Penna., 1792-1828. Trustee, 1789-91. Edited "Ad- 
miralty Decisions Dist. Ct. of U. S., 1780-1807." m. Sarah, dau. Abraham 
Robinson. See Simpson, Appleton. Address by Samuel Breck. 

f JOSEPH SHiPPEN. 

b. Phila., Oct. 3, 1743 ; d. , July, 1766. s. Joseph Shippen and Mary 

Kearny. Entered May, 1758. Studied theol. in Eng. See Keith. 

fTENCH TILGHMAN. 

b. Talbot CO., Md., Dec. 25, 1744; d. Balto., Md., Apr. 18, 1786. s. 
James Tilghman and Anne Francis. Entered May, 1758. Mcht. in Phila. 
Capt. Penna. militia, 1776. Mil. Sec. and A. D. C. to Gen. Washington, 
1776-83. Lt.-Col. Cont. Army, 1777. On the surrender of Cornwallis, he 
was chosen by Washington to bear his despatch to Cong, announcing that 
event. For this service he was voted the thanks of Cong. , a sword, and a 
horse with accoutrements. After the war he became a mcht. in Balto. m. 
Anna Maria, dau. Matthew Tilghman. See Hanson, Appleton, Keith. 



8 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1761 

t HENRY WADDELL, A. M., 17SS. D. D., 1807. 

b. ; d. Trenton, N. J., Jan. 20, 1811, in his 66th year. s. John 

Waddell, mcht, N. Y., and . Entered May, 1758. Clergyman Ch. of 

Eng. 

fALEXANDER WILCOCKS. 

b. Phila., 1741 ; d. Phila., June 22, iSor. s. John Wilcocks and Eliza- 
beth Wooddrop. Entered May, 1758. Lawyer. Mem. Com. Safety, Penna., 
1775-76. Recorder, Phila., 1789-1801. Trustee, 1779-91. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1768. m. Mary, dau. Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice Penna. ^qq. Keith. 

tJASPER YEATES, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 9, 1745; d. Lancaster, Penna., Mch. 14, 1817. s. John 
Yeates and EHzabetii Sidebotham. Entered May, 1758. Lawyer. Mem. 
Penna. Ratif. Conv., 1787. Justice Sup. Ct., Penna., 1791-1S17. Compilerof 
" Yeates' Reports." m. Sarah, dau. Col. James Burd. See Keith, Appleton. 

Non-Graduates. 
tJACQUILIN AMBLER. 

b. Little York, Va., Aug. 9, 1742 ; d. . s. Richard Ambler and 

Elizabeth Jacquilin. Entered May, 175S. Coun. of State and Treas. of Va. 
m. Rebecca, dau. Lewis Burwell, Va. See Meade's Hist. Families of Va. 

+ HENRY DEXTER. 

Entered May, 175S. 
fCHARLES GOLDSBOROUGH. 

b. Horn's Pt., Md., Apr. 2, 1740; d. . s. Charles Goldsborough, 

Md., and Elizabeth Dickinson, Entered May, 1758. m. Anna Maria, dau. 
William Tilghman, of Groces. See Hansofi. 

tWILLIAM HINDMAN. 

b. Dorchester co., Md., Apr. i, 1743 ; d. Baltc, Md., Jan. 19, 1822. s. 
Jacob Hindman and . Entered May, 1758. See Proc. Hist. Soc. Md. 

fHUGH HUGHES. 

b. Phila., Sept. 7, 1742 ; d. Greenwich twp. (now Warren co.), N. J., 
Dec, 1790. s. John Hughes, Phila., and Sarah Jones. Entered May, 1758. 
Lawyer. HighSheriflF, Sussex co., N. J. Mem. Prov. Cong/, N. J., 1774-75. 
Mem. N. J. Assem., 1780 — . m. Martha Brackenridge. See The Swedish 
Holsteins in America. Penna. Arch., 2d Series, vol. ix: 

tJOHN SEARLE McCALL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 9, 1743; d. Phila., Nov. 16, 1786. s. Samuel McCall, 
mcht., Phila., and Anne Searle. Entered May, 1758. Mcht. in the W. I. 
He was a correspondent of La Fayette, Edmund Jennings and other noted 
men of the period. 

tJOHN NEILSON. 

b. Raritan Landing (now New Brunswick), N. J., Mch. 11, 1745 ; d. 
New Brunswick, N. J., Mch. 3, 1833. s. Dr. John Neilson, Belfast, Ireland, 
and Joanna CoejTiians. Entered May, 1758. Mcht. Capt. N. J. militia, 
1775. Col. 2d Regt. Middlesex Co., N. J., militia, 1776. Brig. -Gen. militia, 
1777. In command N.J. militia in the northern part of the State, 1779. 
Dep. Q. M.-Gen., N. J., 1780-83. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1778-79. Mem. N. J. 
Ratif Conv., 1790. Mem. N. J. Assem., 1800-01. After the war resumed his 
occupation of .shipping mcht. Lafayette presented him with a sword, 1824. 
Trustee and Pres. Bd. Trustees Rutgers Coll., 1782-1833. m. Catharine, 
dau. John Voorhees. See Hist. Middlesex Co. , N. J, Appleton. 



1762] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 9 

1762. 
t SAMUEL CAMPBELL. 

b. ; d. . s. Hugh Campbell, Penna., and . Entered May, 

1759. Tutor, 1760-64. Clk. of tlie Trustees, 1760-64. 

i-JOHN COOKE, A. M. 

b. Tiverton, R. I., Oct., 1744 ; d. Newport, R. I., Dec. 17, 1812. s. Silas 

Cooke, mcht., R. I., and . Entered May, 1759. Merchant. Mem. 

R. I. Assem., 1774-76. Mem. Com. Safety, Newport, R. I., 1776. Asst. to 
Gov. of R. I., 1781-92. Lt. Col. R. I. militia, 1775. Col. R. I. State troops, 
1776-80. See Arnold's Hist. Slate, R. I. R. I. Archives. 

tWILLIAM HAMILTON. 

b. Phila., Apr. 29, 1745 ; d. Phila., June 5, 1813. s. Andrew Hamilton 
and Mary Till. Entered May, 1759. Valedictorian. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1797, 

i-SAMUEL JONES, A. M. D. D., 1788. (A. M., gratise causa, 1769, and D. D., 
1786, Brown Univ.) 

h. Cefyn-y-gelli, Bettws Parish, Glamorganshire, South Wales, Jan. 14, 
1735; d. Phila., Feb. 7, 1814. s. Rev. Thomas Jones and Martha Morris. 
Entered May, 1759. Bapt. clergyman, and officiated at Southampton and 
Pennepek (now Lower Dublin), Penna. Bapt. Chs., 1763-1814. Conducted 
during that period a private Theol. Sem. One of the Founders, R. I. Coll., 
(now Brown Univ.) Declined the Presidency of Brown Univ. when offered 
to him on the death of Pres. Manning. Chaplain Penna. Regt. during the 
Revo. Pres. Phila. Bapt. Assn., 1797-1814. Author " The Doctrine of the 
Covenant," (1783); "A Treatise on Church Discipline" (1797); "A. Cen- 
tury Sermon " (1807), etc. m. Sylvia Spicer, Cape May, N. J. See Spragiie, 
Applelon. 

i-JOHN PORTER, A.M. 

b. ; d. . s, John Porter, Bucks co., Penna., and . En- 
tered 1759. 

-i- STEPHEN WATTS, A.M. 

b. Southampton, Bucks co., Penna., Feb. 5, 1741 ; d. La., 1788. s 

Stephen Watts and Elizabeth . Entered May, 1759. Salutatorian 

Tutor, 1762-63. Lawyer. Removed to Baton Rouge, became an atty.-at-law 
at Pensacola and a Master in Chancery, also Recorder of Deeds for the Eng 
lish on the Mississippi and King's atty. for Baton Rouge. Mem. Am. Phil 
Soc., 1768. Contributed to Prof. Beveridge's " Epistolae Familiares" (1765). 
Author " Essay on the Reciprocal Advantages of a Perpetual Union between 
Great Britain and her American Colonies" (1766). m. Frances, dau. Ralph 
Assheton, Prov. Couu., Penna. See Keith. Appleton. 

Non-Graduates. 

t JOSHUA CLAYTON (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Del., ; d. near Middletown, Del., Aug. ir, 1798, in his 54th year. 

s. James Clayton and . Entered May, 1759. Physician. Pres. Del., 

1789-93. Gov. Del., 1793-96. U. S. Senator Del., 1797. m. Rachel . 

See Appleton. 

tJOHN de LANCEY. 

b. "Rosehill," West Farms, Westchester co., N. Y., ; d. N. Y. 

City, circa 1826. s. Peter de Lancey and Elizabeth Colden, Entered, 1759. 
Lawyer. Mem. Prov. Assem., 1768-75. Sheriff Westchester co., N. Y., 
1769-70. Mem. Prov. Cong., N. Y., 1775. m. Elizabeth Wickham. 

-f. PETER de LANCEY. 

b. "Rosehill," West Farms. Westchester co., N. Y., ; killed in 

a duel, Charleston, S. C, Aug. 16, 1771. s. Peter de Lancey and Elizabeth 
Colden. Entered 1759. Lawyer, m. Emily Beresford, Charleston. S. C. 



lO UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1762 

t NATHANIEL EVANS, A. M., gratiae causa, 1765. 

b. Phila., June 8, 1742 ; d. Gloucester co., N. J., Oct. 29, 1767. s. 

Edward Evans and Rebecca . Entered 1759 (?). Clergyman Ch. of Eng. 

in the ser%'ice of the Soc. Prop. Gospel. Author " Poems on Several Occa- 
sions, ' ' published with a memoir of him by Provost Wm. Smith. Edited Thos. 
Godfrey's poems with a memoir. See Appleton. H. W. Smith's Life 
Rev. William Smith, D. D. 

1763. 

tJAMES ANDERSON, A. M., 1765. 

b. ; d. . s. Samuel Anderson, W. Nottingham twp., Chester 

CO., Penna., and Agnes . Entered May 9, 1760, 

tJOHN DAVIS, A. M., 1765 (and Brown Univ., gratiae causa, 1769). 

b. New Castle co., Del., 1737 ; d. near Wheeling, W. Va., Dec. 13, 1772. 
E. Rev. David Davis and Rachel Thomas. Entered May 9, 1760. Tutor, 
1763-64. Bapt. clergyman, and in charge 2d Bapt. Ch., Boston, 1770-72, 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. Sq& Spragtie. Appleton. 

t ISAAC HUNT, A. M., 1771 (and Columbia Coll., gratiae causa, 1773), 

b. Barbadoes, W. I., 1751 ; d. London, Eng., 1809. s. Rev. Isaac Hunt 

and . Entered May 9, 1760. Valedictorian. Tutor, 1763. Lawyer. 

Being an aggressive loyalist he was imprisoned in Phila., 1776, but escaped 
to Eng. ; was ordained to the ministry (Ch. of Eng.) and became tutor to 
the Hon. Mr. Leigh, nephew of the Duke of Chandos. Some years before 
his death he became a Unitarian. He was the father of Leigh Hunt the 
poet. Author number of political and religious essays. m. Mar3', dau. 
Stephen Shewell, Phila. See Autobiog. Leigh Hunt. Appleton. Autumn 
Leaves by Ge?t. Theo. F. Rodenbough, U.S. A. 

t ROBERT JOHNSTON (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. ; d. Waynesboro, Franklin co., Penna., Nov. 25, 1808. s. John 

Johnston, Chester co., Penna., and . Entered May 9, 1760. Tutor, 

1763-66. Prof. Math, and Nat. Phil., Dickinson Coll., 1786-87. Surg. 6th 
Penna. Battalion, 1776-77. Hosp. Phys. and Siirg., 1780. Hosp. Phys. and 
Surg. Southern Dept., 1781-83. 

t JAMES LANG, A. M., 1765. 

b. ; d. , s. Patrick Lang, Lancaster co., Penna., and . 

Entered May 9, 1760. Salutatorian. Tutor, 1763. Clergyman. 

t WILLIAM PAXTON. 

b. ; d. . s. Joseph Paxton, Trenton, N. J., and . Entered 

May 9, 1760. 
tSTEPHEN PORTER, A. M., 1765. 

b. , ]Md. ; d. , Md. s. James Porter, Md., and . Entered 

Apr., 1 76 1. Lawyer. 
tJONATHAN DICKINSON SERGEANT, A.M. 1771- (A. B., 1762, and A. M., 
1765, Coll. N. J.) 

b. Newark, N. J., 1746; d. Phila., Oct. 8, 1793, s. Jonathan Sergeant 
and Abigail Dickinson. Entered 1762. Law^^er. Clk. N. J. Con v., 1774. 
Sec. N. J. Conv., 1775. Mem. N.J. Conv., 1776. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1776. 
Mem. Coun. Safety, Penna., 1777. Atty.-Gen., Penna., 1777-80. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1784. m. ist, Margaret, dau. Rev. Dr. Elihu Spencer ; 2d, 
Elizabeth, dau. David Rittenhouse, the astronomer. See Appleton. 

tJOHN STUART, A. M., 1770. D. D., 1799. (A. M., gratiae causa, 1773, 
Columbia Coll.) 

b. Harrisburg, Penna., Feb. 24, 1740; d. Kingston, Canada, Aug. 15, 
1811. s. Andrew Stuart, Lancaster co., Penna., and . Entered May, 



1765] COI.I.EGE DEPARTMENT. IT 

1760. Clergyman, Ch. of Eng. Misny. to the Mohawks at Ft. Hunter, N. Y., 
1770-77. Afterward rector and teacher, Kingston, Canada. Has been called 
' ' The Father of the Upper Canada Church. ' ' Prepared a Mohawk translation 
of St. Mark's Gospel ; an exposition of the Catechism, and a history of the 
Bible, m. Jane, dau. George Okill. See Sabine, Appleton. 

Non-Graduates. 
t ROBERT STRETTELL JONES, A. M., gratiae causa, 1765 (and Brown Univ., 
gratiae causa, 1769). 

b. Phila., July 21, 1745 ; d. Burlington, N. J., Mch. 16, 1792. s. Hon. 
Isaac Jones and Frances Strettell. Entered May 9, 1760. Sec. Com. Safety, 
Phila., 1775. Mem. N. J. Legis. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1768, and one of 
its Sees., 1771-79. Direc. Library Co., Phila. Mngr. Penna. Hospital, 
m. Ann, dau. Joseph Shippen, Phila. See Keith. 

t THOMAS LAWRENCE. 

b. Phila., Oct. 6, 1745 ; d. Hamburgh, N. J., Nov. 18, 1823. s. Thomas 
Lawrence, Mayor of Phila., and Mary Morris. Entered 1760. Mcht. in 
N. J. Judge, Sussex co., N. J. m. 1st, Rebecca, dau. Thomas Bond, M. D.; 
2d, Mary, dau. Lewis Morris, Morrisania ; 3d, Catherine, dau. of said Lewis 
Morris. See Keith. 
tJOHN PETER GABRIEL MUHLENBERG. 

b. New Providence (nowTrappe), Montg. Co., Penna., Oct. i, 1746; d. 
Phila., Oct. I, 1807. s. Rev. Henry M. Muhlenberg and Anna Mary Weiser. 
Entered 1760. Studied at Univ. Halle. On his return to America in 1766 
studied theology and began preaching to Lutheran congregations in the 
neighborhood of Phila. Became a clergyman Ch. of Eng. in order to take 
charge of a parish at Woodstock, Va., settled mostly by Penna. Lutherans, 
where he remained fr. 1772 until 1775. Col. Cont. Army, 1775-77, and Brig.- 
Gen., 1777, and Maj.-Gen., 1783. Chmn. Com. Safety, Va., and mem. House 
of Burgesses, Va., 1774. Mem. Prov. Conv. Va., 1776. Vice-Pres. Sup. 
Exec. Coun., Penna., 1785. M. C, 1789-95, 1799-1801. U. S. Senator, 
Penna., iSoi, but resigned before taking his seat to accept the position of 
Supervisor of Revenue, Penna. Dist. Collector of Port, Phila., 1803. m. 
Anna Barbara Meyer, N. J. See Life by Henry A. Muhlenberg. Appleton. 

1765- 
t ALEXANDER ALEXANDER. 

b. ; d. . s. Alexander Alexander, Phila., and Anna . 

Entered 1762. Tutor, 1764-66. 
t BENJAMIN ALISON, A. M., 1767. B. M., 1771. 

b. New London, Chester co., Penna., 1745 ; d. , 1781 or 2. s. Rev. 

Francis Alison, Vice-Provost, and Hannah Armitage. Entered May 20, 1761. 
Surg. Col. De Haas' ist Penna. Battalion, 1776-77. 
tJOHN ANDREWS, A. M., 1767. (D. D., Washington Coll., Md., 1785.) 

b. Cecil CO., Md., Apr. i, 1746; d. Phila. Mch. 29, 1813. s. Moses 

Andrews and Letitia . Entered 1762. Clergyman Ch. of Eng. Misny., 

Lewes, Del., and rector St. John's Ch., Queen Anne co., Md. Taught 
school, York, Penna. Principal Acad. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1785-91- Vice- 
Provost, 1789-1810. Prof. Moral Phil., 1789-1813. Provost, 1810-13. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1786. Author " Elements of Logic." m. Elizabeth, 
dau. Robert Callender, Cumberland co., Penna. See Sprague, Appleton. 

fTKOMAS DUNGAN, A.M., 1767. 

Entered 1762. Tutor, 1764-66. Prof. Math., 1766-69. 
tJOHN PATTERSON, A.M., 1767. 

Entered 1762. Tutor, 1766-67. 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



[1765 



tJAMES SAYRE, A. M., 1770 (and Columbia Coll., gratise causa, 1774). 

b. , 1745 ; d. Fairfield, Conn., 1798. s. John Sayre, Phila., and . 

Entered May 20, 1 76 1. Lawyer, afterward clergyman Ch. of Eng. Rector at 
Brooklyn, 1778-S3, and at Newport, R. I., 1786-88. Subsequently became a 
M. E. clergyman. Chaplain ist Battalion de Lancey's Brigade Br. Army, 
1777. See Spragtie, Sabine. 

fWILLIAM WHITE, A. M., 1767. D. D., 1783. 

b. Phila., Mch. 24, 1747 or 8; d. Phila., July 17, 1836. s. Col. Thomas 
White and Esther Newman, nee Hewlings. Entered May 3, 1762. Clergy- 
man Ch. of Eng. Asst. min. of the United Chs., Christ and St. Peter's, 
Phila., 1772, and rector of same, 1779-1836. Trustee, 1774-1836, and Pres. 
of the Trustees, 1790-91. Chaplain to Cong., 1777-85. 1789-1801. Bp. 
Penna., 1787-1836, and from 1796 until his death was the Presiding Bp. 
P. E. Ch. in U. S. Mem, Am. Phil. Soc, 1768. Was Pres. or mngr. of 
various institutions. Author " Memoirs of the P. E. Ch.in the U. S. of 
America ; " " Lectures on the Catechism ; " " Comparative View of the 
Controversy between the Cahdnists and the Arminians," etc., and addresses, 
sermons and pastoral letters, m. Mary, dau. Capt. Henry Harrison, Mayor 
of Phila. ^&& Life by Rev. Dr. Bird Wilson. Sprague. Appleton. Mont- 
gomery's Col. Thomas White and his Descdts. 

Non-Graduates. 
t EDWARD ARMSTRONG. 

b. ; d. . s. Robert Armstrong, Nev/ Castle, Del., and . 

Entered May 20, 1761. 

t WALTER DU BOiS. 

b. ; d. . s. Isaac Du Bois, N. Y. City, and 

20, 1761. 

fWILLIAM HOPPER. 

b. ; d. . s. William Hopper, Md., and — 

1762. 



Entered May 



Entered May 3, 



tJAMES HUSTON. 

b. : d. 



s. James Huston, Phila., and 



Entered May 20, 



tJOSEPH HUTCHINS, A. M., gratiee causa, 1767. D.D., 1790. 

b. Barbadoes, W. I., ; d. Phila., Apr. 29, 1833, aged 86 j-ears. s. 

Henry Hutchins, Barbadoes, W. I., and . Entered May 3, 1762. Cler- 
gyman Ch. of Eng. Prof. Eng. Lang, and Belles Lettres, Franklin Coll. 
(now Franklin and Marshall Coll.), Penna., 1787-8S. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1768. Author "An Abstract of the First Principles of English Grammar," 
which went through three editions. 

tJAMES WEMYSS MOORE. 

b. " Moore Hall," (near Phoenixville) , Penna., July 22, 1747 ; d. . 

s. William Moore, and Williamina, dau. David, fourth Earl of Wemyss. 
Entered May 3, 1762. See H. W. Smith's Life Rev. Win. Smith, D.D. 

t GEORGE RUNDLE. 

b. ; d. 

Entered May 20, 1761. 

fGEORGE SAUNDERS. 

b. ; d. . 

Entered May 3, 1762. 



■+ ROBERT ANDREWS, A.M., 1771. 
Entered 1763. Private tutor 
ily of Va. 



s. George Rundle, Devonshire, Eng., and . 

s. George Saunders, Barbadoes, W. I., and . 

1766. 

Clergyman Ch. of Eng. See Page Fam- 



1766] COI.I.EGE; DEPARTMENT. 13. 

fPHtNEAS BOND. 

b. Phila., 1749 ; d. London, Eng., Dec. 29, 1815. s. Dr. Phineas Bond 
and Williamina Moore. Entered 1763. Lawyer. H. B. M.'s Consul, Phila., 
1791-1811. See Simpson . 

fSAMUEL BOYD (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. ; d. , 1783. s. . Entered 1763. Physician. 

fTHOMAS COOMBE, A. M., 1768. (D. D., Trinity Coll., Dublin, 1781.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 12, 1747 ; d. London, Eng., Aug. 15, 1822. s. Thomas- 
Coombe and Sarah Rutter. Entered May 3, 1762. Clergyman Ch. of Eng.; 
asst. min. United Chs., Phila., 1772-78 ; rector Donagh Henry, Ireland, 
1781-83 ; Chaplain in Ordinary to the King, 1794 ; prebendary of Canter- 
bury, 1800 ; rector St. Michael's, Queenhithe, and Trinity the Less, London, 
1808. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1773. While at college translated certain of 
Beveridge's " Epistolae Familiares" which work was printed, Phila., 1765 ; 
author several poems, among them "The Peasant of Auburn," an imitation, 
of Goldsmith's " Deserted Village, " and published sermons, m. ist, Sarah 

Ann Leake, dau. Bernard Badger; 2d, . See Hildeburn's Inscript. 

St. Peter's Ch. Yard. Sprague. Simpson. Allibone. Appleton. Dnyc- 
kink's Cyc. Lit. 

tHANS HAMILTON. 

Presumed to have come from York co., Penna, Entered 1763. 

fTHOMAS HOPKINSON, A. M., 1770. 

b. Phila., Sept, 7, 1747; d. Charles co., Md., May 26, 1784. s. Hon. 
Thomas Hopkinson and Mary Johnson. Entered 1763. Clergyman Ch. of 
Eng. ; rector St. Thomas', Balto. co., Md., 1775, and of a church at Shrews- 
bury, Kent CO., Md., and later filled a parish, Matthews co., Va. See Keith. 

+JOHN KING, A.M. (D. D., Dickinson Coll., 1792.) 

b. Chestnut Level, Lancaster co., Penna., Dec. 5, 1740; d. Mercersburg, 

Penna., July 5, 1811. s. Robert King and . Entered 1763. Presb. 

clergyman. Pastor at New London, Penna., 1762 and at Conococheague, 
Md., 1769, until near his death. Moderator Gen. Assem. Presb. Ch. in 
America. Author " Catechism on the Evidences of the Christian Religion; " 
"Dissertation on the Prophecies." m. Elizabeth, dau. John McDowell. See 
Sprague. 

t RICHARD LEE. 

Presumed to have come from Va. Entered 1763. 

tJOHN MONTGOMERY, A.M. 

b. ; d. Hereford, Eng., 1802. s. . Entered 1763. Tutor,. 

1766-69. Clergyman Ch. of Eng. Rector Worcester Parish, Worcester co., 
Md., 1770-72, and of St. Anne's, Annapolis, Md., 1772-75, and of Shrews- 
bury Parish, Md., 1775, and of St. Mary's, Burlington, N. J. Went to Eng. 
and obtained a parish in the diocese of Hereford, m. Margaret, dau. Walter 
Dulany. See Life by J. Montgomery Forster. 

fTHOMAS READ, A.M., 1780 (and Coll. N. J., gratiae causa, 1772, D. D., 
Coll. N. J., 1796). 

b. Nottingham twp., Chester co., Penna., Mch., 1746; d. Wilmington, 
Del., June 14, 1823. s. John Read and Eleanor Ross. Entered 1763. Tutor, 
1766-68. Tutor Newark Acad, (now Del. Coll.), Del., and afterward its 
Pres. Presb. clergyman. Pastor at Drawyer's Crk., Del. 1768-98, and 2d 
Ch., 1798-1817, and ist Ch., 1817-21, Wilmington, Del. Pres. Wilmington 
Acad. Was a zealous patriot, and was instrumental in guiding Gen. Wash- 
ington's Army, on the eve of the battle of Brandy wine, and when Phila. 
was menaced by the British he led the men of his congregation to that city. 
m. 1st, Mary, dau. Valentine Stanley, Phila.; 2d, Mary, dau. Alexander 
Stuart, Bohemia Manor, Md. See Sprague. Futhey and Cope. Headlefs. 
Chaplains and Clergy of the Revo. 



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t DAVID SAMPLE. 

Entered 1763. Lawyer. 
tJAMES TILGHMAN. 

b. Talbot CO., Md., Jan. 2, 1748; d. Easton, Md., Apr. 19, 1S09. s. 
James Tilghman and Anne Francis. Entered 1763. Lawyer. Chf. Judge 
2d Judl. Dist., Md., 1791-1804, 1806-09. m. Elizabeth Buly. See Keith, 
Hanson. 

Non-Graduate. 
t JAMES HUMPHREYS. 

b. Phila., Jan. 15, 174S or 9 ; d. Phila., Feb. 3, 1810. s. James Hum- 
phreys and Susanna Assheton. Entered 1763. Bookseller and editor Penna. 
Ledger, a Tory newspaper, m. Mary, dau. Thomas Yorke. See Keith, 
Sabine. 

1767. 
i- JACOB BANKSON, A. M. (and Coll. N. J., gratise causa, 1771). 

b. Phila., Sept. 27, 1751 ; d. Phila., Dec. 10, 1795. s. Andrew Bankson 
and Sary . Entered 1764. Lawyer, m. Elizabeth Bedford. 

tJAMES CANNON. 

b. Edinburgh, Scotland, 1740; d. Phila., Jan. 28, 1782. s. . 

Entered 1764. Prof. Math., 1773-82. Mem. Com. Safety, Penna., 1776-77. 
Mem. Const. Conv., Penna., 1776, and is said to have largely drafted the 
language of the in^tnmient. Author of the letters signed Cassandra. 

i- FRANCIS JOHNSTON, A.M. 

b. New London, Chester co., Penna., 1749 ; d. Phila., Feb. 22, 1S15. s. 

Alexander Johnston, justice of the co., and Martha . Entered 1764. 

Lawyer. Mem. Prov. Conv., Penna., 1774 and 1775, and of Com. Safety, 
Penna., 1775-76. Receiver-Gen., Land Office, Penna., 1781-1800. Sheriff 
Phila. CO., 1810-13. Lt.-Col. 4th Penna. Regt., 1776, and Col. 5th Penna. 
Regt., commanding 2d Penna. Brigade, 1776-81. m. Alice Erwin. See 
Fiithey and Cope. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. Simpson. 

tJOHN WHITE SWIFT, A.M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 30, 1749 or 50 ; d. Bucks co., Penna., circa 1812. s. John 
Swift and Magdalen Kollock. Entered 1764. Mcht., Quebec, 1773-75. Capt. 
of a troop under Gen. Arnold and was wounded at Quebec. Resigned from 
the Army on the passage of the Declaration of Independence. In the 
Chinese trade for a few years after 1783, and was purser of the ship Empress 
of China, the first vessel to enter Canton, China, under the American 
flag, and then retired fr. business. See Appleton, Sabine. 

t EDWARD TILGHMAN. 

b. Wye, Queen Anne's co., Md., Dec. 11, 1750; d. Phila., Nov. i, 1815. 
s. Col. Edward Tilghman and Elizabeth Chew. Entered 1764. Studied at 
the Middle Temple, London. Lawyer. Trustee, 1 794-1807. m. Elizabeth, 
dau. Hon. Benjamin Chew, Phila. See Keith, Simpson. 

tJOSHUA MADDOX WALLACE, A. M. (and Coll. N. J., gratise causa, 1770). 

b. Phila., Oct. 4, 1752; d. Burlington, N. J., May 17, 1819. s. John 
Wallace and Mary Maddox. Entered 1764. Tutor, 1767. Judge of the 
Pleas, Burlington co., N. J., 1784. Mem. N. J. Ratif. Conv., 1787. Mem. N. J. 
Legis. Trustee Coll. N. J., 1798-1819. m. Tace, dau. Col. William Brad- 
ford. See Memoir in Hist. Soc. of Penna. 

1768. 
tWILLIAM BINGHAM, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 8, 1752 ; d. Bath, Eng., Feb. 7, 1S04. s. William Bing- 
ham and Mary Stamper. Entered 1765. Trustee, 1791-1804. British 
Consul, St. Pierre, Martinique, 1770. U. S. Agt., Martinique, 1776-82. 



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Mem. Cont. Cong., 1787-SS. Mem. Penna. I^gis., 1790, and Speaker of the 
same, 1791. Mem. Penna. Senate, 1794-95. and Speaker of the same. U S 
Senator Penna., 1795-1801. Pres. U. S. Senate, /re? /t'w., 1797. Mem Am" 
Phil. Soc, 1787. Author " A Letter from an American on the Subject of the 
Restrainmg Proclamation " (1784), " A Description of certain tracts of land 
in the Dist. Maine." m. Anne, dau. Thomas Willing, Phila. See Keith 
Appleton, Simpson, Allibo7ie. 

t BENJAMIN DUFFIELD, A.M. M. D, 1774. 

b. "Benfield," Bucks co., Penna., Nov. 31, 1753; d. Phila, Dec i^ 
1799. s. Edward Duffield and Catharine Parry. Entered 1765. Physician 
The Commencement of the Coll. of Phila. for 1774 was not held, but the 
Medical Profs, gave him a certif. that he had attended the full course of 
lectures. Surg. Cont. Army. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1786. Fell. Coll. 
Phys., Phila., 1787, and one of its original corporators, m. Rebecca, dau" 
John Potts, Pottsgrove, Penna. See Neill Geneal. Memoir by Dr fohn 
Neill. Ruschenberger. 

tJONATHAN EASTON, A.M. B.M., 1771. 

t>- ; d. . s. David Easton and . Entered 176^. Tutor 

1768-70. Physician. 

t THOMAS HALL, A. M., 1773. 

b. Harford co., Md., Dec. 27, 1750; d. , Aug. 9, 1804. s. Aquila 

Hall and Sophia White. Entered 1765. Tutor, 1768-69. Lawyer, m. Isa- 
bella, dau. William Robinson Presbury, Md. See Montgomery s ' Col 
Thomas White and his Descdts. 

t DANIEL KUHN, A. M. 

b. ; d. . s. Dr. Adam Simon Kuhn and . Entered 1765. 

t GEORGE NOARTH, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1750 ; d. . s. . Entered 1765. Lawyer. 

t CHRISTIAN STREIT, A. M. 

b. N. J., June 7, 1749; d. Winchester, Va., Mch. 10, 1812. s. . 

Entered 1765. Luth. clergyman. In charge of Luth. Ch., Easton, Penna 
1769-79, and at Charieston, S. C, 1779-82, and at New Hanover, Penna ' 
1782-85, and at Winchester, Va., 1785 until his death. Chaplain 8th Va! 
Regt., 1776-77- Was taken prisoner by the British during the capture of 
Charleston, S. C, 1780. m. ist, Anna Maria HofiF, Charleston, S. C. • 2d 
Salona Graff, Phila. ; 3d, Susan Burr, Winchester, Va. See Sprague. 
t BENJAMIN VINING. 

b. Dover, Del., 1750; d. Dover, Del., Nov. 24, 1785. s. Hon. John 
Vining and Rachel Ridgely. Entered 1765. Lawyer. S&& IV. T. Read's 
Life of George Read, Del. 

1769. 
+ HAMILTON BELL. 

b- - — , Chester co., Penna. ; d. , Md., circa 17S4. Buried in St. 

Paul's Ch. yard, Georgetown, Del. s. . Entered 1766. Clergyman Ch. 

of Eng. See Hotchkin's Del. Clergy. 
tJOHN D. *COXE. 

b. Phila., 1752 ; d. Phila., Oct. 17, 1824. s. William Coxe and Mary 
Francis. Entered 1766. Lawyer. Pres. Judge Ct. Com. PI., 2d Dist., 
Penna., 1800-05. m. ist, Grace, dau. Thomas Richer 2d, Mary, dau. 
Richard Footman, Phila. 

t GEORGE HENRY. 

b. Ireland, 1751 ; d. , May 10, 1790. s. William Henry, Phila., and 

- — . Entered 1766. Merchant. Comsy. Penna. Navy, 1778. Private First 
Trp. Phila. City Cav., and took part in the battle of Trenton. m. Ann 
Usher. See Penna. Archives. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 
* This is a distinguishing letter, not an abbreviation. 



l6 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVAKIA. [1769 

t ERASMUS KELLY, A. M., 1783 (and Brown Univ. gratiae causa, 1772). 

b. Perkasie, Bucks co., Penna., July 24, 1748 ; d. Newport, R. I., Nov. T^ 

1784. s. . Entered 1766. Bapt. clergyman and pastor First Ch.,. 

Newport, R. I., 1 771-84- 
t JOSEPH SWIFT. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 1751-52; d. Bucks co., Penna., May, 1810. s. John 
Swift and Magdalen Kollock. Entered 1766. Lt. Br. Army. Capt. Penna. 
Loyalists, 1777-84. m. Ann, dau. Caleb Fowler, a N. Y. loyalist. See 
Sabine. 

tWILLIAM THOM, A.M., 1773. 

Entered 1766. Presb. clergyman. He was subsequently deposed from 
the ministry. 

1770. 

t FRANCIS ALISON, JR., A. M. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. New I/Dndon Cross Roads, Chester co., Penna., Mch, 28, 1751 ; d. 
Chester co., Penna., May 11, 1813. s. Rev. Francis Alison, D. D., Vice- 
Provost, and Hannah Armitage. Entered 1767. Surg. 12th Penna. Regt., 
Cont. Army, 1776. Hosp. Phys. and Surg., 1776-80. m. Mary, dau. John 
Mackey. 

t ROBERT ALISON. 

b. , 1750 ; d. , before 1784. s. Robert Alison and Ann Allen. 

Entered 1767. Lt., Col. De Haas' ist Penna. Batallion, 1776-77. 

t HENRY ARNOLD. 

b. ; d. Annapolis, Md., 1772. s. . Entered 1767. 

tJOHN COX, JR. 

b. ; d. near Burlington, N. J., 1847, aged 93 years. s. . 

Entered 1767. Lawyer. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1789. m. Hannah, dau. 
John Smith, Phila. and Burlington, N. J. See Keith. 

t SAMUEL DOUGALL. 

b. ; d. Franklin co., Penna., 1790. s. . Entered 1767. Presb. 

clergyman. 

fAQUILA HALL. 

b. Harford co., Md., Sept. 2, 1753 ; d. early, s. . Entered 1767. 

See Montgomery's Col. Thos. White and his Descdts. ^ 

tJACOB HALL, JR., A. M., 1790. 

b. Phila. CO., Penna., 1747 ; d. , Md., iSii. s. . Entered 1767- 

Tutor, 1770-71. 

fWILLIAM HOLLINGSHEAD (D. D., Coll. N. J., 1793). 

b. , Lancaster CO. , Penna., Oct. 8, 1748; d. Lancaster, Penna., Jan. 

26, 1817. s. William Hollingshead, and Hazell, Barbadoes, W. I. 

Entered 1767. Presb. clergyman. Author number of published sermons, 
m. McCalla. See Sprague. 

t HENRY LATIMER, A. M. (M. D., Edin.). 

b. Newport, Del., Apr. 24, 1752; d. Phila., Dec. 19, 1819. s. James 
Latimet and Sarah Geddes. Entered 1767. Physician. Mem. Del. Legis. 
M. C, 1794-95. U. S. Senator, Del., 1795-1801. Hosp. Phys. and Surg., 
Cont. Army, 1777-83, attached to the " Flying Hospital," and was engaged 
in all the battles of the Northern Dept., from the Brandywine to Yorktown. 
m. 1st, Anne Cuthbert, Phila. ; 2d, Nancy, dau. Richard Richardson, Del. 
See Schar/'s Hist. Del. 

t ARCHIBALD LITTLE. 

b. ; d. . s. Andrew Little and . Entered 1767. 



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tJOHN McCLEAN. 

Entered 1767. 
tJOHN MAFFITT (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. , Cecil CO., Md., ; d. Phila., Nov., 1778. s. and Mary 

. Entered 1767. Surg. Cont. Navy. 

t MATTHEW TATE (A. M., Coll. N. J., gratise causa, 1774). 

b. ; d. , 1795. s. . Entered 1767. Presb. clergyman. 

tJOSEPH TWEEDY. 

b. ; d. . s. Nathaniel Tweedy and . Presumed to have 

come from R. f. Entered 1767. 

177I. 

t SAMUEL ARMOR, A. M., 1775 (and Washington Coll., Md., gratiae causa, 1783). 
Entered 1768. Clerg>'man Ch. of Eng. Prof. Mental Phil, and Logic, 
Washington Coll., Md., 1783-91- 
t PATTERSON BELL. 

b Chester co., Penna., ; d. Colerain twp., Lancaster co., 

Penna '-. s. John Bell and Mary . Entered 1768. Land owner 

and farmer. Mem. Chester Co., Penna., Com. Safety, 1774- Col. 8th Bat- 
talion Penna. militia, 1777. Justice for Chester co., Penna., I777- m. Mary, 
dau. Dorington Boyle, Chester co., Penna. See Fui/iey and Cope. Fenna. 
Arch., Second Series, vol. xiv. 
fEBENEZER BROOKS. 

b. ; d. Phila., 1780. s. . Entered 1768. 

tJOHN CARSON (M. D., Edin., 1776). 

b Phila., Nov. 12, 1752 ; d. Phila., Oct. 26, 1794. s. William Carson 
and Mary . Entered 176S. Phys., Phila. Dispen., 1786-87. Incorpora- 
tor and original Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1787. Prof. Chem., 1794 Tnistee, 
1701-04. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 17S5. Surg. First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 
1786. m. Agnes, dau. John Hunter, Edinburgh, Scot. See Ruschenberger. 
Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 
t CHARLES CROOK. 

Entered 1768. 
t ROBERT DAVIDSON, A. M., 1780. D. D., 17S4. 

b. Elkton, Md., , 1750 ; d. Cariisle, Penna., Dec. 13., 1812. s. 

Entered 1768. Valedictorian. Presb. clergyman. Prof. Gr. and Lat. Lang.^ 
1780-82. Prof. Hist., 1782-84. Pres. pro tern. Dickinson Coll., 1785-86 
1804-09. Prof. Hist. Geog. Chron. and Rhet., Dickinson Coll., 1785-1804 
Prof. Moral Phil., Dickinson Coll., 1804-09. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1783 
Author, " Epitome of Geog., in Verse ; " " The Christian's A, B, C ; " "New 

Metrical Version of the Psalms." m. ist, ; 2d, Margaret, dau. Hon. 

John Montgomery, Carlisle, Penna. ; 3d, Jane, dau. Hon. William Hams. 
See Sprague. Appleton. Allibone. 
t&RCHIBALD GAMBLE (A. M., Coll. N. J., 1772). 

b. ; d. Phila., Sept., 1784. s. . Entered 1768. Tutor^ 1769-72- 

Prof. Oratory and Eng. Lang., 1782-S4. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1784- i"- 
Mary Lyle. 
t SAMUEL HANSON (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Green Hill, Kent co., Md., Aug. 25, 1756; d. , June 29, 1781- s- 

Hon. John Hanson and Jane Contee. Entered 1768. Studied med. under 
Dr. Philip Thomas, Md., and was Surg. Washington's Life Guards, bee 
Hanson. 



1 8 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l??! 

tjOHN Mcdowell, ll. d., 1807. 

b. Peters twp., near Chambersburg, Penna., 1750; d. near Mercersburg. 
Penna., Dec. 22, 1820. s. William McDowell, Justice of the co., and Mary 
Maxwell. Entered 176S. Eng. orator at Commencement. Tutor, 1769-82. 
Prof. Math., St. John's Coll., Md., 1789. Principal St. John's Coll., Md., 
1790. Prof. Nat. Phil., 1806-10. Provost, 1806-10. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1807. 
fHUGH MONTGOMERY. 

b. New Castle, Del., ; d. at sea, circa 1780. s. Alexander and . 

Entered 1768. Sea Capt. Was the first to hoist the U. S. flag in St. Thomas, 
W. I. m. . See Montgo^nery Hist. 

•i-JOHN PRINGLE. 

b. Ireland, ; d. Phila., May 8, 1792. s. . Entered 1768. 

Mcht. m. ist, Catharine ; 2d, Elizabeth, dau. Alexander Huston. See 

Keith. 

t NATHAN RUMSEY. 

Presumed to have come from Va. Entered 1768. Lat. Salutatorian. 

tJOHN THOMAS, A. M., 1775 

Entered 1768. Tutor, 1775-77- Mcht. 

t ISAAC WILSON. 

Entered 1768. 

1772. 
tBRiCE INNIS. 

Registered as fr. Balto., Md. Entered 1769. 

t MOSES LEVY. 

b. Phila., 1757; d. Phila., Maj' 9, 1826. s. Samson Levy and Martha 

. Entered 1769. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis. Recorder, Phila., 

1802-22. Pres. Judge Dist. Ct., Phila., 1822-25. Trustee, 1802-26. m. 

Mary . 

Non-Gr.\duaTE. 

fWILLIAM TILGHMAN, LL. D., 1S07 (and Harvard, 1S14). 

b. Fausley, Talbot co., Md., Aug. 12, 1756; d. Phila., Apr. 30, 1827. s. 
James Tilghman and Anne Francis. Entered 1769. Lawyer. Mem. Md. 
Legis. Chief Judge U. S. Circ. Ct., iSoi. Pres. Judge Ct. Com. PI., Phila., 
1805. Chief Justice Sup. Ct., Penna., 1806-27. Trustee, 1802-27. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1805, and Pres. of the same, 1824-27. Author legal reports 
and addresses, m. Margaret E., dau. James Allen, (Class 1759). Pbila. See 
Keith. Apple ton, 

1773- 

t EDWARD DUFF. 

Entered 1770. 
t MATTHEW DUNCAN. 

b. ; d. Phila., 1807. s. Isaac Duncan and Margaret . Entered 

1770. Volunteer in the Exped. to Canada, 1775 and taken prisoner at Que- 
bec. Capt. 5th Penna. Battalion, 1776-77- 

tJOSEPH HARRISON. 

b. , 1755 ; d. . s. . Entered 1770. 

fWILLIAM ALEXANDER HYRNE. 

Entered 1770. 

tJOSHUA SENEY. 

b. near Church Hill, Queen Anne's co., Md., Mch. 4, 1756; d. near 
Church Hill, Queen Anne's co., Md., Oct. 20, 1798. s. John Seney and 
. Entered 1770. Lavi^yer. Mem. House of Delegates, Md. Chief 



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Justice 3d Judl. Dist., Md. Mem. Cont. Cong., 1787-88. M. C, 1789-91. 
m. Frances, dau. Com. James Nicholson, U. S. N., and sister of Mrs. Albert 
Gallatin. See Hist. Md. 

f BENJAMIN CHEW, JR., A. M., 1790. 

b. Phila., Sept. 30, 1758; d. Phila., Apr. 30, 1S44. s. Benjamin Chew, 
Chief Justice of Penna., and Elizabeth Oswald. Entered 1772. Valedictor- 
ian. Studied at the Middle Temple, London. Lawyer. Trustee, 1810. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1787. m. Katharine, dau. Henry Banning, Md. See 
Keiih. 

fTOWNSEND EDEN. 

Registered as fr. Md. Entered 1772. 
t THOMAS ENNALS. 

b. ; d. , 1817. s. . Registered as fr. Md. Entered 1772. 

See Hanson. 
i-JOHN FISHBOURNE MIFFLIN, A. M., 1790. 

b. Phila., Apr. 24, 1759; d. Phila., May 13, 1S13. s. John Mifflin and 
Sarah Fishboume. Entered 1772. Lawyer. Trustee, 1802-13. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1796. m. Clementine, dau. John Ross. See Keith. Mifflin 
Family, by John H. Merrill. 

i-JOHN O'FARREL. 

b. ; d. . s. Patrick O'Farrel and . Entered 1772. 

t HENRY RIDGELY. 

b. Elkridge Landing, Howard co., Md., 1753; d. , Md., 1811. s. 

Greenbury Ridgely and . Entered 1772. Lat. Salutatorian. Lawyer. 

Chief Justice 4th Judl. Dist., Md., 17— 1806. Judge 3d Judl. Dist., Md., 
1806-11. m. , dau. Hon. Samuel Chase, signer Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. 
i- FRANCIS BROWN SAPPINGTON (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Elkridge Landing, Howard co., Md., 1754 ; d. Liberty, Frederick co., 

Md., Aug., 1838. s. . Entered 1772. Physician, m. Ann, dau. 

Greenbury Ridgely, Md. 

t WILLIAM MOORE SMITH, A. M., 1790. 

b. Phila., June i, 1759 ; d. Phila., Mch. 12, 1821. s. Rev. William 
Smith, D. D., Provost, and Rebecca Moore. Entered 1772. Lawyer, m. 
Ann, dau. Col. Joseph Rudulph. See H. W. Smith's Life Rev. Wm. 
Smith, D. D. 

1776. 

tJAMES ABERCROMBIE, A. M., 1790. (D. D., Coll. N. J., 1804.) 

b. Phila., Jan. 26, 1758 ; d. Phila., June 26, 1841. s. and Margaret 

Bennett. Entered 1773. Mcht., Phila., many years, afterward P. E. clergy- 
man. Asst. min. United P. E. Chs., Phila., 1794-1832. Head-master P. E. 
Acad., 1810-19. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1796. Author " Lectures on the 
Catechism," and several published sermons, m. ist, Ann Baynton ; 2d, 
Marie Mason. See Sprague, Simpson, Appleton. 

tJOHN LEEDS BOZMAN. 

b. " Bellville," on Oxford Neck, Talbot co., Md., Aug. 25, 1757 ; d. , 

Md., Apr. 23, 1823. s. John Bozman and Lucretia Leeds. Entered 1773. 
Studied at the Middle Temple, London. Lawyer. Dep. Atty.-Gen., Md., 
1 789-1 807. Author "Hist. Md." and of legal tracts, and was a frequent 
contributor to Dennie's PoH-Folio and other journals. See Appleton. 



20 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSVI^VANIA. [177^ 

+JOHN CLOPTON (and William and Mary Coll., 1773. LL. D., William and 

Mary Coll., ). 

b. St. Peter's Parish, Hanover co., Va., Feb. 7, 1756 ; d. St. Peter's 
Parish, New Kent co., Va., Sept. 11, 1816. s. William Clopton and Eliza- 
beth Dorral Ford. Entered 1773. Statesman. Served several terms in the 
Va. Legis. between 1785 and 1795. M. C, 1795-99. 1801-16. Mem. Privy 
Coun., Va., 1799-1801. Mem. Soc. Cincinnati. Capt., Va. Company of 
militia in the Revo. Army from the date of his graduation to the close of the 
war, and never had a furlough nor Avas absent from active duty during that 
period. He was wounded at the battle of Brandywine. He refused all 
ofifers of promotion because of his attachment to his company, which was 
composed of relatives, friends and humble dependents of his family, all 
belonging to his native parish of St. Peter's, who were furnished with sup- 
plies and clothed by his father during the whole war. m. Sarah, dau. Col. 
Edmund Bacon, of the Revo. Army, and great-granddaughter of Nathaniel 
Bacon, usually styled "The Rebel." 

t WILLIAM COCKE. 

Presumed to have come fr. Md. Entered 1773. Supposed to be U. S. 
Senator, Tenn., 1796-1805. Mem. Tenn. Legis., 1813. Judge Circ. Ct., 
Tenn. 
tTHOMAS DUNCAN SMITH, (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., Nov. 18, 1760 ; d. Huntingdon, Penna., July 9, 1789. s. Rev. 
William Smith, D. D., Provost, and Rebecca Moore. Entered 1773. Phy- 
sician. First Justice, Huntingdon CO., Penna., 1 7S7-89. See//. W. Smith's 
Life Rev. Wm. Stniih, D. D. 
fWILLIAM THOMAS. 
Entered 1773. 
t RALPH WILTSHIRE. 
Entered 1773. 

1780.* 
tJOHN BLEAKLEY, A.M. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Sept., 1802. s. John Bleakley and Max- 
well. Entered 1776. Lawyer. Trustee, 17S9-1802. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1789. S^ Simpson. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 

tJOHN CALDWELL, A.M. 

b. Phila., ; d. Balto., Md. . s. . Entered May 21, 1775. 

Lawyer. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. See Campbell's Hist. Hiber. 
Soc, Phila. 

t PETER RENAUDET CHEVALIER, A.M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1761 ; d. before 1805. s. Peter Chevalier and Mary 
Renaudet. Entered 1776. m. Jane Harriet Lillie. 

tJAMES COULTAS GRAY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 27, 1761 ; d. New York, Sept. 21, 1791. Entered May 
21, 1775- 
fSAMUEL POWEL GRIFFITTS, B. M., 1781. (M.D., elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., July 21, 1759 ; d. Phila., May 5, 1826. s. WilUam Griffitts and 
Abigail Powel. Entered 1776. Studied med. in Paris, London and Edin- 
burgh. Physician. A founder of Phila. Dispen. Prof. Mat. Med., 1792-96. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1785. Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila., 1787, and Sec, 1788, 
and Vice-Pres., 1818, of the same. m. Mary, dau. William Fishbourne. 
See Griffitts Family, Thacher. Simpson. Carson's Hist. Med. Dept. 
Univ. Penna. 

» All the members of this class, except Mr. Sitgreaves, were examined for degrees in 1779 
by the College of Phila. On the eve of the commencement, however, the State interfered 
and, in consequence, the degrees v?ere not conferred until 1780, and then by the University of 
Ibe State of I'euua. 



lySo] COI<LEGE DEPARTMENT. 21 

i- BENJAMIN MORRIS, A.M. 

b. Phila., ; d. at "The Knoll," near Phcenixville, Penna., 1841. 

s. Samuel Morris and Hannah Cadwalader. Entered 1776. Asst. or Lay 
Judge, Berks co., Penna. m. Frances, dau. Amos Strettell, Phila. See 
Keith. 

i-JOSEPH RUSH, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1761; d. . s. Joseph Rush and . Entered 1776. 

t SAMUEL SITGREAVES, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 16, 1764; d. Easton, Penna., Apr. 4, 1827. s. William 
Sitgreaves and Susanna Deshon. Entered 1777. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Ratif. Conv., 1787. Mem. Const. Conv. Penna., 1790. Comr. to Eng. 
under Jay's treaty, 1793. M. C, 1794-98. Pres. Easton Bank, 1815-27. 
One of the Charter Trustees Lafayette Coll., 1826. m. ist, Francerni AUi- 
bone ; 2d, Maria Angeline, dau. Daniel Kemper, Phila. See CondiVs Hist. 
Easton, Penna. 

Non-Graduates. 
t WILLIAM ALLSTON. 

b. , S. C, 1757 ; d. Charleston, S. C, June 26, 1839. s. . 

Entered May 21, 1775. State Senator S. C. Capt. 2d S. C. Regt., 1779-81. 
m. , dau. Jacob Motte. See Appleton. 

t ROBERT DORSEY. 

Registered as fr. Md. Entered Oct. 25, 1775. 
t GEORGE FOX. 

b. ; d. Phila. co., 1828. s. Hon. Joseph Fox and . Entered 

May 21, 1775. Mem. Penna. Assem. Trustee, 1789-91, 1812-28. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1784. m. ist, ; 2d, Mary, dau. Gen. Philemon Dickin- 
son (Class 1759), Trenton, N. J. See Keith. 

fWILLIAM TEMPLE FRANKLIN. 

b. ; d. , May 25, 1823. s. Hon. William Franklin, Gov. N. J., 

and . Entered May 21, 1775. Lawyer. Sec. to Benjamin Franklin in 

France. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1786. B>^q Bigelow's BenJ. Franklin. 

t ROBERT GRAY. 

b. Phila., May 8, 1759; d. Phila., May 9, 1802. s. Hon. George Gray 
and Martha Ibbetson. Entered May 21, 1775. 

t MATTHIAS HARRISON. 

b. Phila., Mch. 2, 1759; d. Phila., June 17, 1817. s. Henry Harrison and 
Mary Apsden. Entered May 2r, 1775. m. ist, Rebecca Mifflin, dau. 
Turbutt Francis ; 2d, Rebecca, dau. Richard Wain. See Montgomery's Cot. 
Thos. White and his Descdts. 

i-PAXTON HATCH. 

Registered as fr. Boston, Mass. Entered May 21, 1775. 
t JAMES HOPEWELL. 

Registered as fr. Md. Entered Oct. 12, 1775. 
tJOSEPH LISLE. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. John Lisle and Sarah Murray. 

Entered May 21, 1775. 

tJOSEPH MAYO. 

Registered as fr. Va. Entered Oct. 10, 1775. m. Martha Tabb. See 
Hayden's Va. Geneal. 

t HENRY WHITE PHYSICK. 

b. Phila., Nov. 26, 1758; d. Wilmington, Del., Nov. 21, 1821. s. 
Edmund Physick, Receiver Gen. and Keeper Gt. Seal, Prov. Penna., and 



22 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI,VANIA. [178O 

Abigail Syng. Entered May 21, 1775. Mcht., Phila.; land owner and 

farmer, Md. Mem. House of Delegates, Md., 1810 . Mem. Borough 

Coun., Wilmington, Del., 1816. Mem. Cecil co., Md., militia, 1812. m. 
Adriana, dau. George Haynes, Wilmington, Del. 

t GEORGE SIMPSON. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1759; d. Phila., Nov. 30, 1822 ; s. Samuel Simpson 

and . Entered May 21, 1775. Asst. Comsy. Gen. Cont. Army. Cashier 

U. S. Bank, Phila., 1791-1811, and of Stephen Girard's Bank, Phila., 1812- 
1822. m. . See Simpson. 

tJOHN SMITH. 

Registered as fr. Antigua, W. I. Entered May 21, 1775. 

t THOMAS WATIES. 

b. Georgetown Dist., S. C, Feb. 14, 1760; d. Columbia, S. C, June 22, 

1828. s. . Entered May 21, 1775. Lawyer. Judge Ct. Com. Pleas, 

S. C, 1789-181 1. Judge Equity Ct., S. C, 1811-24. Capt. of a volunteer 
company formed in Phila. at the beginning of the Revo. Midshipman. 

Mem. Gen. Marion's corps in S. C. m. . See Memoir in Hist. Soc. of 

Penna. 

t JAMES YARD. 

Registered as fr. N. J. Entered May 21, 1775. Mcht. in Phila. 

I781. 

UNIVERSITY. 

fWILLIAM CLARKSON, A. M. M. D., 1785. 

b. Phila., Nov. 7, 1763 ; d. John's Is., S. C, Sept. 9, 1812. Entered 
1778. Phys. ; subsequently became a Presb. clergyman. Attend. Phys. 
Phila. Dispen., 1786. One of the founders and Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila., 
1787. Pastor at Bridgeton, N. J. ; Schenectady ; Savannah, and John's and 
Wadmalaw Is. m. Catharine, dau. Gen. William Floyd, signer Declaration 
of Independence, ^ee Memoir of Gerardus Clarkson, M. D., by Samuel 
Clarksott. Sprague. 

fWILLIAM EWING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 21, 1763 ; d. Bristol, Penna., July 30, 1810. s. Rev. John 
Ewing, D. D., Provost, and Hannah Sergeant. Entered 1778. Lawyer, 
m. 1st, Elizabeth Wallace ; 2d, Mrs. Braxton. 

t FRANCIS WILLIAM MURRAY, A. M., 1786. 

Entered 1778. Lawyer. ^ 

t ROBERT PROUDFOOT, A. M. 

Presumed to have come fr. S. C. Entered 1778. 

t GEORGE SWIFT. 

b. Phila., 1765 ; d. Phila., Sept. 19, 1794. s. Joseph Swift and Margaret 
McCall. Entered 1778, 

t JAMES WADE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 26, 1763 ; d. . s. Francis Wade and Sarah . 

Entered 1778. Lawyer. 

1782. 
UNIVERSITY. 

t MOSES BARTRAM, A.M. B. M., 1786. M. D., 1790. 
Entered 1789. Physician and druggist. 

t MICHAEL BYRNES. 

Entered 1779. 

tJOHN CATLETT. 

Presumed to have come fr. Ky. PCntered 1779. 



1783] 



COLLKGE DEPARTMENT. 



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f JOSEPH CLARKSON, A. M. (and Coll. N. J., gratia causa, 1785). 

b. Phila., Feb. 27, 1765; d, Lancaster, Penna., Jan. 25, 1830. s. Ger- 
ardus Clarkson, M. D., and Mary Flower. Entered 1779. P. E. clergyman, 
the first ordained by Bp. White, (Class 1765). Rector St. James' P. E. 
Ch., Lancaster, Penna., 1799-1830. m. Grace, dau. Rev. Samuel Cooke, A. 
M., New Brunswick, N. J., and an hon'y grad., 1760. See Memoir of 
Gerardus Clarkson, M. D., by Samuel Clarkson. Sprague. Harris* 
Biog. Hist, of Lancaster CO., Penna, 

tJOHN JOHNSON, A. M., 1803. 

Entered 1779. Clergyman. 

+ JAMES KELLY, A. M., 1789. 

b. ; d. Phila., Feb. 4, 1819. s. . Entered 1779. Tutor, 

1782-83. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Assem., 1793-94, 1797-98. M. C, 1805-09. 
fWILLIAM KENNEDY. 

Entered 1779. Lawyer. M. C, 1S03-05, 1809-11, 1813-15. 

tJOSEPH BORDEN McKEAN, A.M. 

b. New Castle, Del., July 28, 1764; d. Phila., Sept. 3, 1826. s. Hon. 
Thomas McKean and Mary Borden. Entered 1779. Lawyer. Atty.-Gen. 
Penna., 1800-08. Pres. Judge Dist. Ct., Phila., 1818-26. Trustee, 1794-1826. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1824. m. Hannah, dau. Col. Samuel Miles, Revo. 
Army. See McKean Family by R. Buchanan. Appletofi. 

tTHOMAS MEMINGER, A. M. 

Presumed to have come fr. S. C. Entered 1779. Lawyer. 

tTHOMAS NELSON. 

Presumed to have come fr. Ga. Entered 1779. 
fWILLIAM NELSON. 

Presumed to have come fr. Ga. 

+JOHN PROUDFOOT, M. D., 1790. 

Presumed to have come fr. S. C. 

tTHOMAS STEWART. 

Entered 1779. Tutor, 1781-82. 

t ROBERT BROOKE VOSS. 

Entered 1779. 

tJOHN WADE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 16, 1765 ; d. - 
Ensign, ist Regt. U. S. Inf., 1791 ; Lieut., 1792 ; Capt., 1794-1802. 

tTHOMAS PARR WHARTON. 

b. Phila., Nov. 18, 1765; d. Phila., Dec. 3, 1802. s. Joseph Whartou 
and Sarah Tallman. Entered 1779. See Wharton Family. 



Entered 1779. 
Entered 1779. Physician. 



s. Francis Wade and Sarah 



1783. 
UNIVERSITY. 
t GEORGE BARTRAM, A. M. 

b. ; d. Phila.. May 8, 1840, aged 73 years, s. . Entered 1780. 

Alderman, Phila. Pres. Select Coun., Phila., 1809-11. 

t iSAAC BRIGGS, A. M. 

b. ; d. , Montg. co., Md., . s. . Entered 1780. Tutor, 

1782. Civil Engr. and Surv. Surv. U. S. lands south of Tenn. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1796. 

t RICHARD SAMUEL FOOTMAN. 

b. Phila., Dec. 10, 1766; d. Phila., Mch. 2, 1799. s. Richard Footman 
and Eleanor . Entered 17S0. 



24 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYL,VANIA. [1783 



t NATHAN GRiER. 

b. Bucks CO., Penua., Sept., 1760; d. Forks of the Brandywine, Chester 
CO., Penna., Mch. 30, 1814. s. John Grier and Agnes Caldwell. Entered 
1780. Presb. clergyman. Pastor of Ch. at Forks of Brandywine, Chester 
CO., Penna., 1787 until his death, m. Susanna, dau. Robert Smith. See 
Futhey and Cope. Sprague. 
fANTHONY MORRIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 10, 1766; d. "Highlands," near Georgetown, D. C, 
Nov. I, iSoo. s. Capt. Samuel Morris and Rebecca Wistar. Entered 1780. 
Lawyer, afterward mcht. State Senator and Speaker of the Senate, Penna., 
1793-95- Special Agt. U. S. to Spain, 1813. Direc. Bank North Am., 
Phila., 1800-06. Trustee, 1S06-17. m. Mary, dau. James Pemberton. See 
Apple ton. 
fEPHRAIM RAMSEY, A. M., 1795 (and Coll. N. J., gratiae causa, 1783). 

b. N. J., ; d. . s. Rev. William Ramsey and Sarah Sealy. 

Entered 1780. 
tJAMES SNODGRASS. 

b. near Doylestown, Penna., July 23, 1763 ; d. West Hanover twp., 
Dauphin co., Penna., July 2, 1846. s. Benjamin Snodgrass and Mary 
McFarland. Entered 1780. Tutor, 1783. Presb. clergyman, m. ist, 
Martha, dau. William Davis, Phila. ; 2d, Nancy Ritchie, Dauphin co., 
Penna. ; 3d, Margaret Moodey. See Egle, Sprague. 

t WILLIAM STEWART. 

Entered 1780. 
+ STEPHEN SYKES, A. M., 1789. 

Presumed to have come fr. Del. Entered 1780. P. E. clergyman. 
i-JOHN CHEW THOMAS, A. M. 

b. Anne Arundel co., Md., Oct. 15, 1764; d. Leiperville, Penna., May 
10, 1836. s. Samuel Thomas and Mary Thomas. Entered 1780. Lawyer. 
M. C, 1799-1801. m. Mary, dau. Richard Snowden. See Thomas Family. 

tJOSEPH THOMAS, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 20, 1765 ; d. . s. Nathan Thomas and Elizabeth 

Mather. Entered 1780. Lawyer, m. Rebecca, dau. Benjamin Cottman. 

1784. ^ 

UNIVERSITY. 

fTHOMAS WILLING FRANCIS. 

b. Phila., Aug. 30, 1767 ; d. Phila., June 2, 1815. s. Tench Francis and 
Anne Willing. Entered 1781. Merchant. Trustee, 1813-15. m. Dorothy, 
dau. Thomas Willing. See Keith. 
t CHARLES GOLDSBOROUGH, A. M. 

b. Caroline co., Md., July 15, 1765 ; d. "Shoal Creek," near Cambridge, 
Md., Dec. 13, 1834. s. Charles Goldsborough and Anna Maria Tilghman. 
Entered 1781. Lawyer. M. C, 1805-17. Gov. Md., 1818-19. m. ist. 
Elizabeth, dau. Judge Robert Goldsborough; 2d, Sarah Yerbury, dau. 
Charles Goldsborough. See Appleton, Hanson. 

t ROBERT MARION. 

■\q S C_ ; tl. . s. Francis Marion and . Entered 1781. 

M. C.', 1805-11. 
t SAMUEL THEODORE MARION. 

\y s. C. ; d. . s. Francis Marion and . Entered 17S1. 



1785] COLIvEGE DEPARTMENT. 25 

tJOSEPH MILLER, A. M., 1788. 

b. near Dover, Del., Mch. 8, 1765 ; d. Wilmington, Del., Sept. 4, 1798. 
s. Rev. John Miller, A. M. (hon'y grad., 1763) and Margaret Millington. 
Entered 1781. Lawyer, m. Elizabeth Ivoockerman. See Life of Samuel 
Miller, D. D., LL. D., by Rev. SamH Miller, D. D. 

tWILLIAM MILLER, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1766; d. Phila., Sept. 28, 1841. s, William Miller, Scotland, 
and Kate Kennedy, Scotland. Entered 1781. Tutor, 1782-84. Mcht. 
Phila. Comr. Int. Rev., Washington, D. C, 1798-1803. Sec. Marine Ins. 
Co., Phila., 1803-33. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 1784. m. Rachel 
Mci/ung. 
fWILLIAM PARKER, A. M. B. M., 1788. 

b. Charleston, S. C, ; d. . s. . Entered 1781. Physician. 

t HENRY STUBER, A. M., B. M., 1788 (A. M. Brown Univ., gratise causa, 1790.) 

b. ; d. Phila., May, 1792, aged 24 years, s. . Phys ; afterward 

held a clerkship in a government office and subsequently studied law. 
Published in the American Universal Magazine a life of Dr. Benjamin 
Franklin which, owing to its author's death, was not completed. See 
Appleton, Allibone, Ruschenberger. 

Non-Graduate. 
tJOHN HALLOWELL. 

b. Phila., Sept. 10, 1768; d. Phila., Jan. 17, 1839. s. Israel Hallowell 
and Mary Webb. Entered 1781. Lawyer. Mem. Coun., Phila. Mem. 
Penna. Legis. Pres. Judge Ct. Com. PI., 1820-25. Judge Dist. Ct., Phila.. 
1825-33. m. Rebecca, dau. Richard Parker. See Simpson. 

1785. 
UNIVERSITY. 
+ ROBERT CLERK. 

Entered 1782. 

tJOHN GEMMILL. A.M. 

b. near Lewistown, Mifflin co., Penna., Nov. 12, 1759; d. West Chester, 
Peuna., Dec. 14, 1814. s. John Gemmill and Elizabeth Porter. Entered 
1782. Tutor, 1784-87. Presb. clergyman. Pastor Great Valley Presb. Ch., 
Chester co., Penna., 1793, and New Haven, Conn., Presb. Ch., 1798-1801. 
Declined Prof. Divin.. Yale Coll., 1795. State Senator, Penna., after 1802. 
Author many published sermons and of an open letter to Tom Paine, m. ist.. 
Sara Knox, widow Col. Robert Knox, Revo. Army; 2d, Rebecca Irviu, 
Greencastle, Penna. See The Claypoole Family by Mrs. Paul Graff. 

fWILLIAM GRIFFITTS. 

Entered 1782. 

t PHILIP SYNG PHYSICK, A.M. (M.D., Edin., 1792.) 

b. Phila., July 7, 1768; d. Phila., Dec. 15, 1837. s. Edmund Physick, 
Receiver-Gen. and Keeper Great Seal, Prov, Penna., and Abigail Syng. 
Entered 1782. Surgeon. Prof. Surg., 1805. Prof. Anat., 1819-31. Emeri- 
tus Prof., 1831-35. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1802. Mem. Royal Acad. Med., 
France, 1825. Hon'y. Fell. Royal Acad. Med. and Chir., London, 1836. Intro- 
duced numerous valuable surgical instruments and improved modifications of 
others, and novel methods of treatment. Has been called the " father of 
American surgery." m. Elizabeth Emlen. See 5". D. Gross' Am. Med. Biog. 
Norris' Early Hist. Med., Phila. Carson's Hist. Med. Dept. Univ. Penna. 
Simpson. Appleton. Memoirs by Jacob Randolph, M. D., Wm. E. 
Horner, M. D., and Dr. Caldwell, Louisville, Ky. 

fSAMUEL PRIOLEAU, A.M. 

Registered as fr. S. C. Entered 1782. 



26 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1786 

1786. 
UNIVERSITY. 
tJONATHAN WILLIAMS CONDY, A.M. 

b. Phila., 1770; d. Bethlehem, O., Sept. 15, 1828. s. Benjamin Condy 

and Elizabeth . Entered 1783. Lawyer. Clerk U. S. House Reps.^ 

1797-1S00. m. Elizabeth, dau. Hon. Francis Hopkinson (Class 1757). See 
Keith. 
+ WILLIAM BRYANT DUFFIELD, A.M. M. D., 1790. 

b. Phila., Feb. 4, 1770; d. Phila., 1841. s. Dr. Samuel Duffield and 
Mar>' Bryant. Entered 1783. Physician, m. Sarah, dau. Henry Slay- 
maker, Lancaster co., Penna. 
fHENRY KEPPELE HELMUTH, A.M. 

b. Germany, ; d. . s. Rev. Justus H. C. Helmuth, D. D., Prof. 

German, and Maria Barbara Keppele. Entered 1783. Lawyer. 

fHUGH HOLMES. 

Entered 1783. 
t JOSEPH HOPKINSON, A. M. (LL. D., Coll. N. J., 1818 ; Columbia Coll., 181S ; 
and Harvard, 1831.) 

b. Phila., Nov. 12, 1770 ; d. Phila., Jan. 15, 1842. s. Hon. Francis Hop- 
kinson (Class 1757), and Ann Borden. Entered 1783. Lawyer. M. C, 
1816-19. Mem. N. J. Legis. Judge U. S. Dist. Ct., E. D. Penna.. 1828-42. 
Mem. Const. Conv. Penna., 1837. Sec. of the Trustees, 1790-91, and Trustee, 
1806-19,1822-42. Pres. Acad. Fine Arts, Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1815, 
and its Vice-Pres. , 1831-42. Author addresses and articles on legal and ethical 
subjects, and of the national song "Hail Columbia." m. Emily, dau. Gov. 
Thomas IMifflin (Class 1760). See Simpson, Keith, Appleton, Allibone. 

t ROBERT PORTER, A.M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 10, 176S ; d. Brookeville, Penna., June 23, 1848. s. Gen. 

Andrew Porter and . Entered 1783. Lawyer. Pres. Judge Ct. Com. 

PI., ^d Judl. Dist., Penna., 1810-23. Cadet-2d Lt., 1779, and ist Lt. Penna. 
Artiil. Cont. Line, 1781. See Montgomery s Hist, of Berks Co., Penna. 
Penna. in the Revo., vol. ii. 
t CAMPBELL SMITH. 

Entered 1783. Lieut. Fourth U. S. Inf., 1793. 
t SAMUEL SWIFT. 

b. Phila., Jan. 12, 1771 ; d. Gtn., Phila., Nov. 28, 1847. s. Joseph 
Swift and Margaret McCall. Entered 1783, Studied law. m. Mary, dau. 
Joseph Shippen. See Keith. 
t ISAAC TELFAIR, A. M. 

Presumed to have come fr. Ga. Entered 1783. Lawyer. 

1787. 
UNIVERSITY. 
t BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BACHE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1769; d. Phila., Sept. 10, 1798. s. Richard Bache, 
Postmaster-Gen. U. S., and Sarah Franklin, dau. Dr. Benj. Franklin. 
Entered 1784. Journalist; established the General Advertiser, Phila., 
which was changed to the Aurora and General Advertiser, m. Margaret 
Harman Markoe. See Scharf and WestcotVs Hist, of Phila., Appleton. 
fGEORGE DUFFIELD, A. M. 

b. , July 28, 1767; d. . s. Rev. George Duffield, D. D., and 

Margaret Armstrong. Entered 1784. Lawyer. Register-Gen. and Comp.- 
Gen., Penna. Judge U. S. Ct., Terr, of Orleans, 1806. See Appleton. 



1788] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 27 

tJAMES SERGEANT EWENG, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 16, 1770 ; d. Phila., Aug. 26, 1823. s. Rev. John Ewing, 
D. D., Provost, and Hannah Sergeant. Entered 1784. Druggist. m. 
Catharine Margaretta, dau. Bodo Otto, M. D. 

t JAMES MEASE, A. M. M. D., 1792. 

b. Phila., Aug. 11, 1771 ; d. Phila., May 14, 1846. s. John Mease and 
Esther Miller. Entered 1784. Physician. First Vice-Pres. Phila. Athenaeum. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1802, and one of its Sec. and Coun. Sec. Phila. Agrl. 
Soc, 1813. Author medical lectures and essays ; " A Geographical Account 
of the U. S. ; " " Picture of Phila."; " " Observations on Penitentiary System, 
Penna.," etc. m. Sarah, dau. Hon. Pierce Butler, S. C. See Simpson, 
Appleton, Scharf and IVesicoit's Hist, of Phila., Allibone. 

t SAMUEL HARRISON SMITH, A. M. (and Coll. N. J., gratise causa, 1797). 

b. Phila., , 1772; d. Washington, D. C, Nov. i, 1845. s. Hon.. 

Jonathan Bayard Smith and Susanna Bayard. Entered 1784. Editor first of 
the New World, Phila., 1796-1800, and founder and editor National 
Intelligencer, Washington, D. C, 1800-18. Comr. Int. Rev., Washington, 
D. C, 1813. Author "Remarks on Education," "Trial of Judge Sam. 
Chase, etc. ," with Thos. Lloyd, etc. m. Margaret, dau. Col. John Bayard, 
Phila. See Appleton, Allibone. 

fEVAN WILLIAM THOMAS, A. M. 

b. Cecil CO., Md., Feb. 6, 1769; d. Phila., Aug. 27, 1840. s. Samuel 
Thomas and Mary Thomas. Entered 1784. Laviryer. m. Martha, dau. 
Hon. George Gray of " Whitby Hall," near Phila. See Thomas Family. 
t HENRY WIKOFF, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 6, 1770; d. Phila., Feb. 21, 1S26. s. Peter WikoflF and 
Altha Cot. Entered 1784. Lawyer. 

+ JAMES WOODHOUSE, A. M. M. D., 1792. 

b. Phila., Nov. 17, 1770; d. Phila., June 4, 1809. s. John Woodhouse 
and Sarah Robinson. Entered 1784. Physician and chemist. Prof. Chem., 
1795-1809. Surg. U. S. A. in Gen. St. Clair's expedition against the western 
Indians, 1791. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1796, and one of its Sec. and Coun. 
Author " Dissertation on the Chem. and Med. Properties of the Persimmon 
Tree ; " " Observations on the Combinations of Acids, Bitters, and Astrin- 
gents ; " "Young Chemist's Pocket Companion," etc., contributor to med. 
and sci. journals, and edited a number of chem. works. See Thacher,, 
Simpson, Appleton, Allibone, Carson's Hist. Med. Dept. Univ. Penna. 



UNIVERSITY. 
fABIJAH DAVIS, A. M. 

b. ; d. Buckshuttem, near Millville, N. J., Aug. 7, 1817. s. . 

Entered 1785. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Cold Spg. Ch., Cape May Co., 
N. J., 1794-1800, and Millville and vicinity, 1800-17. ni. Ruth Ogden, 
widow of Rev. Nathaniel Ogden (Class 1793), and dau. James Clark, Bridge- 
ton, N. J. 

t NATHANIEL HARRIS, A. M. (and Coll. N. J., gratis causa, 1801), 

b. Long Is., N. Y., Jan. 14, 1763; d. Trenton, N. J., 1811. s. . 

Entered 1785. Clergyman. 

fWILLIAM HEWSON, A. M. 

b. Bucks CO., Penna., 1769; d. Phila., 1S02 (?). s. Dr. William Hewson 
and Mary Stevenson. Entered 1785. Farmer, m. Maria, dau. Herman 
Christian Krotel. 



28 UNIVERSITY OP PENNSYLVANIA. [1788 

t MICHAEL KEPPELE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 9, 1771 ; d. Phila., Feb. 21, 1821. s. Henry Keppele and 

. Entered 1785. Valedictorian. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1797-98. 

Mem. Com. Coun. Phila., 1798-1806. Mayor Phila., 1811. m. Catherine, 
dau. James Caldwell. 

tWILLIAM WHITE MORRIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1772 ; d. Phila., 179S. s. Robert Morris, Supt. of Finance 
during Revo., and Mary White, sister Bp. White, (Class 1765). Entered 
1785. 
tJAMES BOWDOIN ROBINS, A. M. 

b. , Md., Dec. 7, 1770; d. . s. John Purnell Robins and Anna 

Spence. Entered 1785. Latin Salutatorian. Lawyer. Mem. Md. Legis. 
Associate Judge Eastern Shore Circuit, Md. 

t JAMES PATRIOT WILSON, A. M. D. D., 1807. 

b. Lewes, Del., Feb. 21, 1769; d. Bucks co., Penna., Dec. 9, 1830. s. 
Rev. Matthew Wilson, D. D., and Elizabeth Creghead. Entered 1785. Law- 
yer, afterward Presb. clergyman. Pastor Presb. Chs., Lewes, Cool Spg. and 
Indian River, Del., 1804-06, and of the First Presb. Ch., Phila., 1806-30. 
Surv. Gen., Del. Declined Asst. Prof. Math., 1788. Trustee, 1813-30. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1814. Author " Lectures upon some of the Parables and His- 
torical Passages of the New Testament;" "An Easy Introduction to the 
Knowledge of the Hebrew Lang ; " "An Essay on Grammar," etc. m. ist, 
Elizabeth, dau. John Woods, Lewes, Del. ; 2d, Mary, dau. David Hall, Del. 
See Sprague, Simpson, Appleton. 

1789. 

UNIVERSITY. 
i-JOSIAH BAILEY, A. M. 

Entered 1786. 
i- GEORGE MORGAN BAYNTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 26, 1771 ; d. . s. John Baynton and Elizabeth 

Chevalier. Entered 1786. 

t WILLIAM BOYSE, A. M. (M. D., elsewhere). 

Entered 1786. Physician. Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila., 179S. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1799. 

tJOHN DAVIDSON. 

Entered 1786. 
f ROBERT GAMBLE WAITERS DAVIDSON, M. D., 1794. 

b. Phila., Mch. 23, 1773; d. at sea, 1804. s. Rev. James Davidson, 
Rector Acad., and Prof. Gr. and Lat. Lang., and Margaret Linn. Entered 
1785. Physician. Was acting as surg. to an East Indiaman when lost at sea. 

t ROBERT FRAZER, A. M. 

b. Middletown, Penna., Aug. 30, 1771 ; d. Thornbury, Penna., Jan. 20, 
1821. s. Lt.-Col. Persifor Frazer, 5th. Regt. Penna. Line, later Brig.-Gen. 
Penna. militia, and Mary Worrall Taylor. Entered 1786. Lawyer. 
Dist.-Atty., Del. co., Penna. Mem. Penna. House of Reps., 1795. m. ist, 
Mary Ball; 2d, Elizabeth, dau. John Fries ; 3d, Alice Pennell Yarnall, widow 
Ell Yarnall. vSee MunseWs Am. Ances., vols. tv. and v., Campbell's 
Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 
t SAMUEL HAZLEHURST, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 28, 1772 ; d. "Clover Hill," Mt. Holly, N. J., July ir. 
1849. s. Isaac Hazlehurst and Joanna Purviance. Entered 1786. Merchant. 
Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., and served in the Northampton Co., 
Penna., Exped. m. Elizabeth Baynton, dau. Abram Markoe. 



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tTHOMAS TICKELL HEWSON, A. M. (M. D., elsewhere, and Harvard, gratis 
causa, 1S22.) 

b. London, Eng., Apr. 9, 1773 ; d. Phila., Feb. 17, 1S48. s. Dr. William 
Hewson and Mary Stevenson. Entered 1786. Attended med. lectures at 
Univ. Edin. Phys. Walnut Street Prison, Phila., 1806; Phila. Hosp., 
tSii; Orphan Asyl., Phila., 1817-37; and Penna. Hosp., 1818-35. Prof. 
Comparat. Anat., 1816-28. Mem. Edin. Med. Soc, 1796. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc., 1801, and one of its curators and Sec. Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila., 1801, 
and Pres. of the same, 1835-48. ' Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1803. Mem. Mass. 
Med. Soc. Contributor to med. and sci. journals, and translator Swediaur's 
"Treatise on Syphilis." m. Emily Banks. SeeA/emoir by Frmiklin Bache, 
M. D. Appleion, Simpson. 

t MARCUS HiLLEGAS KUHL, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. Frederick Kuhl and Susanna Hillegas. 

Entered 1786. See E. St.C Whitnefs Michael Hillegas and his Descdis. 

+ GEORGE LOCHMAN,^ A. M. (D. D., Allegheny Coll., Penna., 1819.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 2, 1773; d. Harrisburg, Penna., July 10, 1S26. s. 
Nicholas Lochman and Maria Schneider. Entered 1786. Tutor, 1793-96. 
School teacher, afterward Luth. clergyman. Pastor Luth. Ch., Lebanon, 
Penna., until 1815 and at Harrisburg, Penna., 1815-26. Pres. first convention 
of the general synod held at Frederick, Md., 182 1. Author "Hist. Doctrine 
and Discipline of the Luth. Ch.;" "Evangelical Catechism," and various 
sermons and addresses, m. ist, Mary Magdalene Grotz, Phila. ; 2d, Susan 
Hofiman, Phila. See Sprague, Appleton. 

f SAMUEL Mcculloch, a.m. 

Entered 1786. 
t SAMUEL MILLER, A. M., D. D., 1804. (A. M. Yale, gratiae causa, 1792, and 
Coll. N. J., 1792. D. D. Union Coll., 1804, and Univ. N. C, 1811. LL. D. 
Washington Coll., Md., 1847.) 

b. near Dover, Del., Oct. 31, 1769; d. Princeton, N. J., Jan. 7, 1850. 
s. Rev. John Miller, A. M., and Margaret Millington. Entered the Senior 
Class, 1788. Latin Salutatorian. Presb. clergyman. Pastor First Presb. Ch., 
N. Y. City, 1793-1813. Moderator Gen. Assem., 1806. Prof. Eccl. Hist, 
and Ch. Govt. Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1813-49, and of which he was 
a founder. Trustee Columbia Coll., 1806-13, and of Coll. N. J., 1S07-50. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1800. Corres. Mem. Philol. Soc, Manchester, Eng., 
1804. Mem. Hist. Socs., Mass., N. Y. and N. J. Author "A Brief Retro- 
spect of the 1 8th Century;" " Memoir, Rev. John Rogers;" "Life Jonathan 
Edwards" (in Spark's' Am. Biog.), etc. and many addresses, m. Sarah 
Sergeant, Phila. See Life by his son, Rev. SamH Miller, D. D. Sprague, 
Appleton. 

t RICHARD RENSHAW, A.M. 

b. ; d. Phila., Apr., 1799. s. Richard Renshaw and . Entered 

1786. 
t ANDREW RHEA, A. M. 

Entered 1786. Tutor, 1791-94. 
tC;ESAR AUGUSTUS RODNEY, A. M. 

b. Dover, Del., Jan. 4, 1772; d. Buenos Ayres, S. A., June 10, 1824. 
s. Col. Thomas Rodney and Elizabeth Fisher. Entered 1786. Lawyer. 
M. C, 1803-05, 1820-22. Attv.-Gen. U. S., 1807-11. State Senator Del., 
1815. U. S. Comr. So. Am.,'1817. U. S. Senator Del., 1822-23. U.S. 
Minister Buenos Ayres, 1823-24. Capt. Del. Company, 1812. Mem. Com. 
Safety Del., 1813. With John Graham published "Reports on the Present 
State of the United Provinces of So. Am." m. Susan, dan. John Hunn. 
See Memoir in Life of Geo. Read, Del., by W. T. Read. Appleton. 

♦ His name appears in some publications, such as Sprague's Annals of the American 
Pulpit, as John George Lochman. His descendants assert this to be an error. 



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t BENJAMIN FULLER WEST, A.M. 

b Phila., ; d. New Orleans, Sept., 1804. s. William West and 

l^Ian . Entered 17S6. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. 

t GEORGE WILLIAMSON, A.M. 

Presmned to have come fr. Md. Entered 1786. 

1790 
UNIVERSITY. 

t WILLIAM BACHE, A. M. M. D., 1794. 

b. Phila., May 31, 1773 ; d. , 1818. s. Richard Bache, Postmaster- 
Gen, il. S., and Sarah Franklin, dau. Dr. Benj. Franklin. Entered 17S7. 
Physician. Surv. of Customs, Phila., 1803. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1797. 
m. Catharine Wistar. 

tJOHN HILL BRINTON, A. M. 

b. Chester co., Penna., Aug. 18, 1772 ; d. Phila., May 7, 1827. s. George 
Brinton and Christiana Hill.^ Entered 1787. Lawyer. Trustee, 1806-22. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1810. m. Sarah, dau. Daniel Steinmetz, Phila. See 
The Brinton Family by D. G. Brinton, M. B., LL. D. Keith. 

tjACOB BROWN, A. M. 

b. Bucks CO., Penna., May 9, 1775 ; d. Washington, D. C, Feb. 24, 1828. 

s. . Entered 1787. Studied law in N. Y. City. School teacher, surv. 

and soldier. Judge Jeflferson co. , N. Y. Col. N. Y. militia, 1809 ; Brig. -Gen. , 
1810 ; commanded the frontier from Oswego to Lake St. Francis, 1S12, and 
repelled the attack of British at Ogdensburg, Oct. 4, 1812. Defeated the Brit- 
ish at Sacketts' Har., May 29, 1813. Brig.-Gen. U. S. A., 1813. Maj.-Gen. 
U.S. A., 1814. Gained a victory over Gen. Riall at Chippewa, Julys, 1814, and 
over Gen. Drummond at Lundy's Lane, July 25, 1814 ; again defeated Gen. 
Drummond at Fort Erie, Sept. 17, 1814. Gen. in Chief U. S. A., 182 1. 
The City of N. Y. voted him its freedom ; he received the thanks of Con- 
gress, and was awarded a gold medal emblematical of his triumphs. While 
teaching in N. Y. wrote political articles for the press, m. Pamela Williams. 
See Drake, Appleton, Gardner's Die. Army U. S. 

-{•UR!AH DU BOIS, A. M. 

b. Pittsgrove twp., Salem co., N. J., Feb., 1768 ; d. Doylestown, Penna., 
Sept. 10, 1821. s. Peter Du Bois and Amey Greeman. Entered 1787. 
School teacher at Charleston, S. C; Deerfield, Bordentown and Woodbury, 
N. J. Presb. clergyman. Pastor Deep Run and Tinicum Presb. Chs., 179S, 
and of Doylestown Ch., 1804. Principal Doylestown Acad., 1804. Clk. 
Orphans' Ct., Bucks co., Penna., 1815-18. Declined the degree of D. D. 
conferred by the Univ. of Penna. m. Martha, dau. Robert Patterson, LL. D., 
Vice-Provost. See Family Record of Patterson, Ewing and Du Bois 
Families, Sprague. 
i-CHRISTIAN FREDERICK LEWIS ENDRESS,* A. M. D. D., 1819. 

b. Phila., Mch. 12, 1775 ; d. Lancaster, Penna., Sept. 30, 1827. s. John 
Zachary Endress and Anna Maria Henrici. Entered 1787. Tutor, 1792-95. 
Luth. clergyman. Principal congregational School of Zion and St. Michael, 
Phila., 1795-1801. Pastor Luth. Ch., Easton, Penna., 1801-15, and at Lan- 
caster, Penna., 1815 until his death. Published, in German, " The Kingdom 
of Christ not Susceptible of Union with Temporal Monarchy and Aristo- 
cracy," and left in manuscript a " Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans;" 
was also a contributor to the Luth. Ch. journals, m. Margaretha, dau. Jacob 
Fries, Friesburg, Salem co., N. J. See Sprague, Appleton, Allibone, 
t FRANCIS ALISON LATTA, A. M. 

b. Deep Run, Bucks co., Penna., Apr. 27, 1766; d. Chestnut Level, 
Lancaster CO., Penna., Apr. 21, 1S34. s. Rev. James Latta, D. D. (Class 1757), 
♦ Known subsequently as Christian Endress. 



lygi] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 31 

and Mary McCalla. Entered 1787. Presb. clergyman and teacher. Pastor 
at Wilmington, Del. ; Ivancaster and Chestnut Ivevel, Penna. Founded the 
Moscow Acad., Chester co., Penna. See Futhey afid Cope, Sprague. 

fSAMUEL MARTIN, A. M. (D. D., Jeff. Coll., 1824.) 

b. Chestnut Level, Lancaster co., Penna., Jan. 9, 1767 ; d. Chanceford, 
York CO., Penna., June 29, 1845. s. . Entered 1787. Presb. clergy- 
man. Pastor Slate Ridge and Chanceford, York co., Penna., 1793-1812, 
and at Rockville, Md., 1812-13 ; Chanceford, York co., Penna., 1813-45. 
Conducted a classical school for several years. See Sprague. 

t DAVID SHUTE, A. M. 

b. Salem co., N. J., circa 1773; d. Caracas, S. A., circa 1836. s. 
William Shute and Hope Moore. Entered 1787. Tutor, 1790-91. Teacher, 
m. Rachel Collins. 
t J AMES STUART,* A.M. 
Entered 1787. 

COLLEGE. 
t ROBERT ANDREWS, A. M. 

b. York, Penna., May 8, 1774; d. Wilmington, Del., Aug. 10, 1842. 
s. Rev. John Andrews, D. D., (Class 1765), Provost, and Elizabeth 
Callender. Entered 1787. Mcht. at Bordeaux and Havre, France. Mem. 
First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 1794-1800, and served during the Whisky Insur- 
rection, Penna. m. ist, Neill, Phila. ; 2d, Nancy, dau. Gen. John 

Mason, Va. ; 3d, Mary Margaret, dau. Henry Wilson, Harford co., Md. 

fGERARDUS CLARKSON. 

b. Phila., 1772 ; d. St. Christopher's, W. L, 1793. s. Matthew Clarkson, 
Mayor of Phila., and Mary Boude. Entered 1787. 

t JAMES COXE, A. M. 

b. "Sunbury," Bucks co., Penna., 1771 ; d. West Indies, 1793. s. 
William Coxe and Mary Francis. Entered 17S7, See Elegy on his death 
in the Art of Domestic Happiness, and Other Poems, by a Recluse (Robert 
Patterson). Pittsburgh, 1817. 
t HENRY JOSEPH HUTCHINS. A. M. 

b. Barbadoes, W. I., Oct. 14, 1773; d. Albion, 111., Apr. 14, i86r. s. 
Benjamin Hutchins, M. D., and Mary Misson. Entered 1787. Clerk. 
Chf. elk. U. S. Bank, Phila. m. Jane, dau. Capt. Leeson Simmons, Phila. 

fWILLIAM TUCKEY MEREDITH, f A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 5, 1772 ; d. Phila., Sept. 26, 1844. s. Jonathan Meredith 

and Elizabeth . Entered 1787. Lawyer. City Solicitor Phila., 1811-13. 

Trustee, 1809-40. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1813. m. Gertrude Governeur, dau. 
Judge Ogden, Elizabeth, N. J. See Simpson. 

fWILLIAM WILSON, A. M. 

b. ; d. . s. James Wilson and . Entered 1787. 

t BENJAMIN WOOD, A. M. 

b. Woodstown, N. J., Sept. 20, 1775 ; d. . s. Jachonias Wood and 

Christina Gill. Entered 1787. 

I79I. 

UNIVERSITY. 
i-THOMAS BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 4, 1776 ; d. Phila., June 3, 1857. s. Clement Biddle and 
Rebekah Cornell. Entered 1788. Broker. Trustee, 1837-57. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1829. m. Christine Williams. See Descdts. of Clement Biddle. 

* The surname is also spelled Stewart in the minutes of the Trustees. 
t Known as William Meredith. 



32 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l79I 



tJOKN CARSON, A. M. 

b Phila., 1773 ; d. Phila., Feb. 4, 1816. s. John Carson, M. D., Prof. 
Chem and Agnes Hunter. Entered 1788. Naval officer. Master U. S. N., 
1798. Lieut. U. S. N., 1799. m. Ann, dau. Capt. Baker, Phila. 

tJOHN CLOYD. 

Entered 1788. Lawyer. 
tTHOMAS FERGUSON, A. M. 

Entered 1788. 
tJOSEPH HEMPHILL, A. M. 

b. Thombury twp., Chester co., Penna., Jan. 7, 1770 ; d. Phila., May 29, 
1842. s. Joseph Hemphill and Ann Wills. Entered 1788. Lawyer. Mem. 
Prov Assem., 1 797-1800. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1805. M. C, 1801-03, 1819-26, 
1827-3T. Pres. Judge Dist. Ct., Phila., 1811-17, 1817-19. m. Margaret, 
dau. Hon. Robert Coleman, Lancaster, Penna. See Futhey and Cope. 

+ J AMES LATIMER, A. M. 

b. Newport, Del., Aug. i, i774 ; d. Phila., May 9, 1845. s. Hon. George 
Latimer and Margaret Cathcart. Entered 178S. Lawyer ; afterward broker, 
m. Sophia, dau. Jacob Hoffman, Balto., Md. 

tJAMES MILLER, A. M. 

b. near Dover, Del., July 17, 1772; d. Statesburg, S. C, Apr. 15, 1795- 
s. Rev. John Miller, A. M., (hon'y grad., 1763) and Margaret Milhng- 
ton Entered 1788. Studied law, but owing to ill health had to abandon it. 
See Life of Rev. Samuel Miller, D. D., LL. D., by his son. Rev. Samuel 
Miller, D. D. 
tJESSE MOORE, A. M. 

Entered 1788. 
tJOHN PARKER, A. M. 

Entered 178S. 
tJACOB RICHARDS, JR., A. M. 

b. near Chester, Penna., 1793; d. near Chester, Penna., July 20, 1816. 
s. Jacob Richards and Susanna Wills. Entered 1788. Lawyer. M. C, 
1803-09. Col. Penna. militia, m. Elizabeth, dau. Major John James, Del. 

tCUNNINGHAM SEMPLE, A. M. 

Entered 1788. Lawyer. 
fWILLIAM STOKES, A. M. ^ 

Entered 1788. 
+JEREMIAH STURGEOPJ, A. M. 

b. ; d. . s. Rev. William Sturgeon and . Entered 17S8. 

fABNER WEBB, A. M. 

Entered 1788. 

tJAMES WILTBANK, A. M. 

b , Del., 1773; d. , Mch. 19, 1842. s. John Wiltbank and 

Marv- Shanklands. Entered 1788. P. E. clergyman. Headmaster Univ. 
Grammar Sch., Phila., 1814-30. Chaplain U. S. Navy, 1833, 1837-42. m. 
Mar)-, dau. Peter White. 

1792. 
UNIVERSITY. 

t BENJAMIN CHAMPNEYS, A.M. M. D, 1805. ^, , , , ^ ^ 

b near Salem, N. J., 1774; d. Bndgeton, N. J., July 16,1814. s. 
Edward Champneys and . Entered 1789. Physician. Mem. N. J. 



1792] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 33 

Assem. i8c6. Mem. Med. Soc, Phila., 1808. Surg. U. S. N., 1799-1801. 
m. Sarah Eva, dau. Col. David Potter, Bridgeton, N. J. See Hist. Cumber- 
land Co., N.J. 

tJOHN CHURCH, A. M. M. D., 1797. 

b. Phila., 1774; d. Phila., Nov. 12, 1S06. s. . Entered 17S9. 

Physician. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1802. m. Mary Catharine, dau. Benjamin 
Duffield, M. D., (Class 1768). 

tJOSEPH DAVIDSON, A. M. 

b. , 1775 ; d. Phila., 1S04. s. . Entered 17S9. 

fEBENEZER DICKEY, A. M. (D. D., Coll., N. J. 1823). 

b. Oxford, Chester CO., Penna., Mch. 12, 1772; d. Oxford, Chester cc, 
Penna., May 31, 1831. s. Samuel Dickey and Mary Jackson. Entered 1789, 
Presb. clerg3'man. Pastor Oxford and Octorara Chs., Penna. Author 
"Tract to Parents;" "Plea for Christian Communion," and a series of 
letters in Christian Advocate on "Travels in Europe for Health in 1820." 
m. Jane, dau. John Miller, Phila. See FiUhey and Cope, Sprague, Appleton. 

tJOSEPH DILWORTH, A.M. 

b. Dilworthstown, Chester co., Penna., Mch. 2, 1773 ; d. Phila., June i> 
1815. s. Charles Dilworth, Sheriff Chester co., Penna., and Mary Taylor.- 
Entered 1789. Mcht.; afterward teacher. Said to have been the author and 
compiler of a series of mathematical books, m. Rachel Budd. 

tJOHN DUFFIELD, A. M. 

b. ; d. Phila., Mch. 25, 1803. s. . Entered 1789. Merchant. 

tJOHN EWING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Avtg. 15, 1776; d. Phila., Apr. 27, 1816. s. Rev. John Ewing, 
D.D., Provost, and Hannah Sergeant. Entered 1789. Lawyer. m. 
Magdalene, dau. John Johnson. 

t SAMUEL EWING, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 16, 1776; d. Phila., Feb. 3, 1825. s. Rev. John Ewing, 
D. D., Provost, and Hannah Sergeant. Entered 1789. Lawyer. Solicitor 
Guard. Poor Phila., 1815, and of Bd. Health Phila., 1812-18. Author number 
of poems and editor Select Reviews and Spirit of the Foreign Magazine, 
m. Eliza Redman. See Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc., Phila. 

t AN DREW GEYER, A.M. 

b. , 1772; d. Phila., 1839. s. Col. Andrew Geyer and Barbara Boshart. 

Entered 1789. Clk. U. S. Custom House, Phila. Alderman Phila. Capt. 
State Guards, Phila.; Lt.-Col. Penna. militia, m. Catherine Lapp. 

tJOHN KEPPELE HELMUTH, A.M. 

b. ; d. , June 19, 1839. s. Rev. Justus H. C. Helnmth, D. D., 

Prof. German, and Maria Barbara Keppele. Entered 17S9. 

tJONATHAN HOLMES, A.M. 

Registered as fr. N. J. Entered 1789. 
+ BENJAMIN JONES, A.M. 

b. ; d. Phila., Dec. 16, 1856, aged 81 years, s. . Entered 17S9. 

t FREDERICK KUHL, A.M. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. Frederick Kuhl and Susanna Hille- 

gas. Entered 17S9. See iT. St.C. Whitney's Michael Hillegas atid his 
Descdts. 

•hGEORGE [W.] McGOFFIN, A.M. 

Registered as of Phila. Entered 17S9. Master Charity Sell., Univ, 
Penna., 1S03. 



34 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l792 

fARCHIBALD McCLEAN. A.M. 

b. Whitemarsh twp., Montg. co., Penna., July 13, 1767 ; d. Moundsville. 
\V. Va., Sept. 6, 1845. s. Joseph McClean and Rachel Wood. Entered 
1789. Teacher and editor. Conducted an Acad., Alexandria, Va., and 
for many years published The Marshall ( Va.) Beacon, a weekly newspaper, 
m. Mary, dau. Rev. David Jones. 

+ SAMUEL MOORE, A. M. (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Deerfield, Cumberland co., N. J., Feb. 8, 1774; d. Doylestown, 
Penna., July 17, i86r. s. Col. David Moore and Lydia Richman. Entered 
1789. Tutor, 1792-94. Physician, manufacturer and merchant. M. C, 
1818-22. Direc. U. S. Mint., Phila., 1824-35. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1805. 
Pres. Hazletou Coal Co. m. Mary, dau. Robert Patterson, Prof. Math, and 
Vice-Provost. See Family Record of Patterson, Ewing and Bu Bois 
Families. 

f JOHN OLIPHANT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1775 ; d. . s. "William Oliphant and Susannah 

. Entered 1789. 

fWILLIAM PENNELL, A. M. (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Middletown, near Glen Riddle, Delaware co., Penna., Nov. 29, 1767 ; 
d. Village Green, Aston twp., Delaware co., Penna., Nov. 25, 1817. s. 
William Pennell and Marv Dell. Entered 1789. Physician, m. Dorothea 
S., dau. Henry H. Graham. See Sharpless Ceneal. 

t WILLIAM RAMSAY, A. M. 

b. Bucks CO., Penna., ; d. . s. . Entered 17S9. 

tJACOB SENN, A. M. 

b. , 1776; d. Indianfield, Penna., 1S18. s. . Entered 17S9. 

Ref. Ch. clergyman. Officiated in Hardwick, vStillwater, Sussextown and 
Knowlton, all in N. J., 1795-1800; Tohickon, Springfield and Indianfield, 
all in Penna., 1S00-18. See Rev. Dr. E. T. Corrvin's MammlRef. Ch. 
in Am. 

fWILLIAM SERGEANT, A. M. 

b. Newark, N. J., Jan. i, 1776; d. Phila., Mch. 7, 1S07. s. Hon. Jonathan 
Dickinson Sergeant (Class 1763) and Margaret Spencer. Entered 1789. 
Lawyer. 

t FREDERICK SMITH, A. M. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Mch. i, 1773 ; d. Reading, Penna., Oct. 4, 1830. s. Rev. 
John Frederick Schmidt, A. M., and Mary (or Anna) Barbara Schanwecker. 
Entered 1789. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1802-03. Dep. Atty.-Gen. 
Berks co., Penna., i'8i8. Atty.-Gen. Penna., 1823-28. Justice Sup. Ct. 
Penna., 1828-30. m. Catharine vSpangler, dau. George Leaf, Pottstown, 
Penna. See Montgomery s Hist, of Berks Co., Penna. 

tJACOB WACK, A. M. 

1>, ; d. . s. Rev. Casper Wack and Barbara Leidy. Entered 

17S9. m. 1st, Susan Lynch ; 2d, Catherine Hopler. 

tJENKINS WHITESIDES, A. M. 

Registered as fr. Chester, Penna. Entered 1789. Supposed to be U. S. 
Senator, Tenu . , 1 809- 1 1 . 

Non-Graduati:.s. 

f JAMES MILNOR, D. I)., 1S19. 

b. Phila., June 20, 1773 ; d. N. Y. City, Apr. 8, 1845. s. William Milnor 
and Ann Brientnall. Ivntered 1789. Lawyer; afterward P. E. clergyman. 
Mem. City Coun. Phila. and Prcs. Select Conn., 180S-09. M. C, 1811-13. 
Asst. min. Christ Ch. and St. Peter's, Phila., 1814-16; rector St. George's Ch., 
N. Y. City, 1816-45. m. Ivleanor, dau. Henry Pawling, Norristown, Penna. 
See Life by Rev. f. S. Stone, D. D., Sprague. 



1792] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 35 

t JAMES DIAMENT WESTCOTT. 

b. Bridgeton, N. J., Jan. 26, 1775 ; d. Trenton, N. J., Mch. 2, 1841. s. 
Capt. John Westcott, N. J. Line, and Sarah Diament. Entered 1790. Printer 
and joumaHst. Established The Argus, the first regular newspaper in 
Cumberland CO. , N. J., Oct., 1795. Editor Washington, D. C, Chronicle, and 
Alexandria, Va., Gazette, 1796- 1804. Mem. N. J. Legis., 1816. Pres. Judge 
Ct. Com. PI. Cumberland co., N. J., 1817-27, and Justice of Peace, 1817-27. 
Collector Port of Bridgeton, N. J. Sec. State N. J., 1830-46. Published 
nmnerous political pamphlets, m. Amy Harris, dau. Dr. John Thomas 
Hampton, Cedar%-ille, N. J. See Hist. Ciimberla^id Co., N.J. 

COLLEGE. 
t SAMUEL BETHEL. 

b. Lancaster, Penna., 1771 ; d. Columbia, Penna., July 21, 18 19. s. 
Samuel Bethel and Susan Taylor. Entered 1789. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Legis., 180S-09. m. Sarah, dau. Gen. Edward Hand, Lancaster, Penna. 

tJOHN HAZLEHURST. 

b. Phila., June 28, 1775 ; d. Charleston, S. C, 1796. s. Isaac Hazlehurst 
and Joanna Purviance. Entered 1789. 

t ROBERT HAZLEHURST. 

b. Phila., Mch. 14, 1774; d. Phila., May 20, 1804. s. Isaac Hazlehurst 
and Joanna Pur\'iance. Entered 17S9. Lawyer. 

t GEORGE IZARD. 

b. S. C, 1777 ; d. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 22, 1S28. s. Ralph Izard and 
Alice de Lancey. Lt. Engr. Corps, U. S. A., 1794. Lt. Engr. Corps, French 
Army, 1796-97. Capt. Engr. Corps, U. S. A., 1799-1802. Capt. Artill., U. 
S. A., 1802-03. Col. 2d Artill., U. S. A., 1812. Brig.-Gen., U. S. A., 1813. 
Maj.-Gen., U. S. A., 1814-15. Gov. Arkansas Terr., 1825-28. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1807. Published "Official Corres. with the War Dept., 1814 and 
1815." m. Elizabeth Carter, dau. James Parke Farley, "Antigua," Va., 
and widow ist, John Banister, Va., 2d, Thomas Lee Shippen. See Appleton, 
Keith. 

t SAMUEL JONES, A. M. M. D., 1797. 

b. Willistown, Chester co., Penna., circa, 1772; d. Phila., Sept., 1797. 
s. Griffith Jones and nephew Rev. Samuel Jones, D. D. (Class 1762) and 
Hannah Lloyd. Entered 1789. Tutor, 1793-95. Physician. 

t GEORGE HENRY KEPPELE. 

b, , Oct. 12, 1773 ; d. . s. . Entered 17S9. Lawyer. 

t DAVID BOONTON OGDEN (LL. D., Columbia Coll., 1837). 

b. Boonton, N. J., 1775 ; d. Fort Richmond, Staten Is., N. Y., July 16, 
1849. s. Col. Samuel Ogden and Eiiphemia Morris. Entered 17S9. Lawyer. 
Surrogate N. Y. co., 1S42. Trustee Columbia Coll., 1815-49, and chmn. of 
its Bd., 1843-49. m. Margaretta E., dau. Abraham Ogden (Class 1761). 

fHORE BROWSE TRIST. 

b. Newby, Penna., Feb. 4, 1775; d. New Orleans, Aug. 29, 1804. 

s. . Entered 1789. Collector of Port New Orleans, 1802. m. , dau. 

Thomas Jefferson. 

t GEORGE STEPTOE WASHINGTON. 

b. Harewood, Berkeley co., \ a.., circa 1773; d. S. C. (?); buried in 
Augusta, Ga. s. Col. Samuel Washington, bro. Gen. Washington, and 
Anne AUerton nee Steptoe. Entered 17S9. m. Lucy, dau. Mr. Payne, Va. 
and Phila. See Hayden^s Va. Geneal. 

-i- LAWRENCE AUGUSTINE WASHINGTON. 

b. Stafford co., Va., 1775 ; d. Whee'iug, Vfl., Feb., 1824. s. Col. Samuel 
Washington, bro. Gen. Washington, and, Anne AUerton nee Steptoe. Entered 
1789. m. Mary Dorcas, dau. James Wood, T'Jinchester, Va. See Hayden's 
Va. Geneal. 



36 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l792 

fBIRD WILSON, D. D., 1821. (LL. D., Columbia Coll., 1845.) 

b. Carlisle, Penna., Jan. 8, 1777; d. N. Y. City, Apr. 14, 1859. s. Hon. 
James Wilson, LL. D., and Rachel Bird. Entered 1789. Lawyer, afterward 
P. E. clergyman. Pres. Judge Ct. Com. PL, 7th Dist., Penna., 1806-17. 
Rector St. John's, Norristown, and St. Thomas', Wkitemarsh, Penna. Prof. 
Svst. Divan., Gen. Theol. Sem., P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1821-50, and Emeritus 
Prof., 1850-59. Sec. House of Bishops, 1829-41. Prepared an edition of 
Bacon's Abridgment of the Law, collected and published the works of 
his father, Hon. James Wilson, and wrote a memoir of Rt. Rev. William 
White (Class 1765). See Memoir by Rev. IV. IV. Bronson. Simpson, 
Apple ton, Allibone. 

tJOHN YEATES. 

b. Lancaster, Penna., June 29, 1772 ; d. Lancaster, Penna., Jan. 7, 1844. 
s. Judge Jasper Yeates (Class 1761) and Sarah Burd. Entered 1789. m. 
Eliza, dau. Daniel Buckley. See Keith. 

Non-Graduate. 
t BROOKS. 

Entered 1789. 

1793- 
fADAM P. BOYD. 

Entered 1790. Tutor, 1793-97. 

tJOHN COATS BROWNE, A.M., 1803. 

b. Pliila., Oct. 23, 1774 ; d. Phila., Aug. 8, 1832. s. Peter Browne and 
Hannah Lloyd. Entered 1790. Ship-smith. First Pres. Kensington Bk., 
Phila. Pres. Ed. Comr. Kensington Dist., Phila., 1831. m. Hannah, dau. 
Hugh Lloyd, Darby, Penna. 

fWILLIAM HUGGINS. 

Entered 1790. 
t ENEAS McREADY. 

Entered 1790. 
fWILLIAM MAUSSET. 

Entered 1790. 
fANDREW CALDWELL MITCHELL. 

b. ; d. Washington, D. C, May 10, 1S26. s. . Entered 1790. 

m. Martha Ann, dau. Hugh Roberts, " Pine Grove," Phila. co., Penna. See 
Keith. 

t THOMAS MORGAN. 

b. ; d. Phila., June 8, 1S04. s. Jacob Morgan and . Entered 

1790. m. Anne Wain. 

t NATHANIEL OGDEN. 

b. Fairfield Iwp., Cumberland co., N. J., April 9, 176S ; d. Taunton, 

Ma.'js., July 11, 1796. s. Joseph Ogden and Abigail . Entered 1790. 

Clergyman, m. Ruth, dau. James Clark, Senr., Bridgeton, N. J. 

tJOHN HOLT OSWALD, A. M., 1803. 

b. Phila., Dec. 27, 1775; d. Carthagena, iSio. s. Eleazar Oswald and 
Holt. Entered 1790. 

tJOHN PATTERSON. 

I<;ntcrcd 1790. Tutor, 1794-95. 
+JOHN PRESTON. 

b. Phila., Dec. 24, 1770; d. . s. . Entered 1790. 



1794] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 37 

t GEORGE Mcelroy SCOTT (A. M., gratiae causa, Coll. N. J., 1796) • 

b. Neshaminy, Bucks co., Penna., 1759; d. Hookstowm, Beaver CO., 
Penna., Aug. 9, 1848. s. John Scott and Anna Rea. Entered 1790. Presb. 
clergyman, and pastor at Mill Crk., Penna., 1799-1838, and at Flatts, now 
Fairview, Brooke co., Va., 1799-1826. m. Anna, dau. Samuel Rea, Lieut, 
of Bucks CO., Peuna., in the Revolutionary Com. of Safety at Phila. 

t DAVID STERRETT. 

Presumed to have come fr. Balto., Md. Entered 1790. 
t ROBERT STEVENSON. 

b. ; d. . s. Robert Stevenson and . Entered 1790. 

t ROBERT STEWART. 

b. 1771 ; d. 1799. s. . Entered 1790. 

fWILLIAM ANTHONY TURNER. 

b. Phila., ; d. N. Y. City, Jan. i, 1S30. s. William Turner and 

Abigail . Entered 1790. Lawyer. 

fWILLIAM WALLACE. 

b. Phila., Feb. 24, 1774 ; d. . s. James Wallace and Elizabeth . 

Entered 1790. 
tJAMES SMITH WILCOCXS. 

b. ; d. Phila., 1S38, aged 61 j^ears. s. John Wilcocks and 

Hockley. Entered 1790. 
fWILLIAM WILCOCXS. 

b. Phila., 1776; d. Phila., 1S16. s. John Wilcocks and Hockley. 

Entered 1790. 

f FRANCIS WRIGHT. 

Entered 1790. 
f THOMAS BARTON ZANTZINGER, A.M., 1802. 

b. Phila., Jan. 5, 1776 ; d. Phila., Dec. 19, 1847. s. Paul Zantzinger and 
Esther Barton. Entered 1790. Lawyer, m. Susanna, dau. William SheaflF. 

Non-Graduate. 
f JOHN HENRY HOBART (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1793. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1796. 
D. D., Union Coll., 1807). 

b. Phila., Sept. 14, 1775 ; d. Auburn, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1830. s. Enoch 
Hobart and Hannah Pratt. Entered 1790. Tutor Coll. N. J., 1796-98. 
Clergyman P. E. Ch. and asst. min. Trinity Ch., N. Y. City, and afterward 
rector of the same. Asst. Bp. and Bp. N. Y., 181 1-30. One of the 
founders Gen, Theol. Sem., P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, and Prof. Pastoral Theol., 
1821. Published " Companion for the Altar ;" "The Christian's Manual ; " 
edited D'Oyley and Mant's Family Bible, etc. m. Mary Goodwan, dau. 
Rev. Thomas Bradbury Chandler, D. D., EHzabethtown, N. J. See Life 
by Rev. Dr. John McVickar, Appleton, Allibone. 

1794. 
f EDWARD SHIPPEN BURD, A.M., 1803. 

b. Phila., Dec. 25, 1779 ; d. Phila., Sept. 17, 1848. s. Edward Burd and 
Elizabeth Shippen. Entered 1791. Lawyer. Trustee, 1S31-39, 1842-44. 
m. Eliza Howard, dau. Joseph Sims. See Keith. 

f JOHN WARD FENNO. 

b. Boston, Mass., 1778; d. Phila., 1802. s. John Fenno and——. 
Entered 1791. Succeeded his father as editor Gazette U. S. and Phila. 
Evening Advertiser. m. Mary Curtis. 



38 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l794 

t ISAAC HAZLEHURST. 

b. Phila., ; d. Bassire, Is. St. Croix, W. I., circa. 1857. s. Isaac 

Hazlehurst and Joauna Pun-iance. Entered 1 791. Planter. 

t RICHARD HUNTER HAZLEHURST. 

b. Phila., July 13, 1778 ; d. Salem, N. J., Apr. 12, 1831. s. Isaac Hazle- 
hiirst and Joanna Purviance. Entered 179 1. Merchant, m. Maria Eleanor, 
dau. George Blagden. 

t DAVID JACKSON, A.M., 1S03. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., June 29, 1808. s. David Jackson, M. D., and 

Susan Kemper. Entered 1791. 

fWILLIAM LATTA (D. D., Lafayette Coll., 1845). 

b. Deep Run, Bucks co., Penna., 1768; d. Gt. Valley, Chester co., 
Penna., Feb. 19, 1847. s. Rev. James Latta, D. D. (Class 1757) and Mary 
McCalla. Entered 1791. Presb. clergyman. Pastor Charlestown and Gt. 
Valley Chs., Chester co., Penna. m. Mary Loyd, Gt. Valley, Penna. See 
Sprague. 

tJOHN McBEATH. 

Entered 1791. 
+ ALGERNON SYDNEY MAGAW, A. M., 1S03. 

b. 1777 ; d. Phila., Feb. 29, 1823. s. . Entered 1791. Lawyer. 

tJOHN MILES. 

b. ; d. . s. Hon. Samuel Miles and . Entered 1791. 

Lawyer. 

1795- 
tTHOMAS CADWALADER. 

b. Phila., Oct. 28, 1779; d. Phila., Oct. 31, 1841. s, Brig.-Gen. John 
Cadwalader (Class 1760) and Williamina Bond. Entered 1792. Lawyer. 
Brig.-Gen. Penna. Vols., 1814. After the war was a Maj.-Gen. Penna. 
militia and on the commission to prepare a system of Cav. and Artill. tactics 
for U. S. Army, and was author of articles' in various journals. Trustee, 
1816-36. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1825. m. Mary, dau. Col. Clement Biddle. 
See Keith. 

t JOHN CAMPBELL (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Phila., 1775; d. Phila., Dec. 9, iSoi. s. John Campbell, mcht., 

Phila., and Mary , Entered 1792. ^qq Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc. 

Phila. 
fABNER DAVIS. 

Entered 1792. 
t FRANKS HAMILTON, 

b. Phila., May 22, 1779; d. Phila., Aug. 14, 179S. s. Andrew Hamilton 
and Abigail Franks. Entered 1792. See Keith. 

fANDREW PURVIANCE HAZLEHURST. 

b. Phila., Mch. 16, 1781 ; d. . s. Isaac Hazlehurst and Joanna 

Purviance. Entered 1792. Mcht. in Balto., Md. m. Purviance, Balto. . 

Md. 

tJOHN EWING LATTA. 

b. Chestnut Level, Lancaster co., Penna., 1772; d. New Castle, Del., 
Sept. 26, 1824. s. Rev. James Latta, D. D. (Class 1757) and Marj' McCalla. 
Entered 1792. Presb. clergyman. Pastor New Castle and Christiana Chs., 
Del., 1800-24. Pennanent elk. Gen. Assem. I'resb. Ch. m. Catherine Van 
Voorhies, Phila. See Sprague. 

fGEORGE LEE. 

luitered 1792. 

tCHARLES MORRIS, M. D., 1S02. 

b. Phila., 1777 ; d. . s. . Entered 1792. Physician. 



1799] COLI.EGE DEPARTMENT. 39 

tJOHN OTT. 

Entered 1792. 
t ROBERT PATTERSON. 

b. Phila., Apr. i, 1773; d. near Pittsburgh, Penna., . s. Rev. 

Joseph Patterson and Jane Moak. Entered 1792. Tutor, 1 795-1813. Presb. 
clergyman. Pastor of a ch. near Pittsburgh, Penna. See Sprague. 

tZALEGMAN PHILLIPS. 

b. Phila., June 30, 1779 ; d. Phila., Aug. 21, 1839. s. Jonas Phillips and 
Rebecca Machada. Entered 1792. Lawyer, m. Arabella, dau. Myer S. 
Solomons. S<i& Mimsell's Am. Ances., vol. iv. 
t PHILIP GENDRON PRIOLEAU, M. D., 179S. 

b. Charleston, S. C, 1776; d. Charleston, S. C, June 12, 1844. s. 
Samuel Prioleau and Catherine Cordes. Entered 1792. Physician, m. 
Catherine Prioleau, dau. John Cordes. 
t SAMUEL SHOEMAKER. 

b. , June 14, 177S; d. Phila., Nov. 26, 1822. s. Benjamin Shoe- 
maker and Elizabeth Warner. Entered 1792, Lawyer. See Keith. 
fSTEPHEN THOMPSON. 

b. ; d. . s. Richard Thompson and . Entered 1792. 

tTHOMAS HARRISON WHITE. 

b Phila., Nov. 12, 1779; d. Phila., Oct. 15, 1S59. s. Rt. Rev. William 
White (Class 1765) and Marv Harrison. Entered 1792. Merchant, ni 
Mary Key, dau. Gen. Richard Heath, Balto., Md. See Montgomery s Col. 
Thomas White and his Descdts. 

1797. 
tWILLIAM SHEPARD BIDDLE. 

b. Phila., Feb. 21, 1781 ; d. Phila., May 30, 1S35. s. Charles Biddle, 
Vice-Pres. Penna., and Hannah Shepard. Entered 1794. Lawyer. m. ist, 
Circe Deroncera ; 2d, Elizabeth B. Keating nee Hopkinson, dau. Hon. 
Joseph Hopkinson, LL. D. (Class 1786). See Autobiog. Charles Biddlc. 

fWILLIAM MclLHENNY. 

b. circa 1779; d. Phiia., Sept. 22, 1854. s. William Mcllhenny and 
. Entered 1794. Lawyer. Sec. and Librarian Athenaeum, Phila. 

fCHAMLESS WHARTON. 

b. 1780 ; d. Phila., Oct. 22, 1802. s. John Wharton and Rebecca Cham- 
less. Entered 1794. ^^^ Wharton Family. 

1799. 

+ WILLIAM HAMILTON HENRY, A.M. 

b. Phila., Feb. i, 1781 ; d. . s. . Entered 1796. 

t DAVID HUTCHINSON, A.M. 

Entered 1796. Tutor, 1797. 

+JAMES HUTCHINSON, A.M. M. D., 1803. 
Entered 1796. Physician. 

t FRANCIS McSHANE, A.M. ,^ , 

b. Phila., Aug. 5, 1779 ; d. . s. Barnabas McShane and Sarah . 



Entered 1796. Lawyer. 

)HN McSHANE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 2, 17 
Entered 1796. Merchant. 



+JOHN McSHANE, A.M. ,^ , 

b. Phila., Aug. 2, 1781 ; d. . s. Barnabas McShane and Sarah 



40 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [^799 

t ROBERT McSHANE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 15, 1783 ; d. . s. Barnabas McShane and Sarah . 

Entered 1796. Lawyer. 

fBAYSE NEWCOMB,* A.M. 

b. Fairfield tw'p., Cumberland co., N. J., Mch. 5, 1780 ; d. Phila., Mch. 
27, 1856. s. Bayes Newcomb, Justice of the co., and Hannah Bower. 
Entered 1796. Lawyer. m. ist., Ann Freeman, dau. Dr. John Thomas 
Hampton, Cedarville, N. J.; 2d, Mrs. Mary A. Darley, Phila. See His L 
Cuviberland CO., N.J., Newcomb Family Geneal. 

+JAMES S.f SMITH, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 27, 1782; d. Phila., Jan. 25, 1861. s. Daniel Smith and 
Elizabeth Shute. Entered 1796. Lawyer. Vice-Provost Law Acad. Phila. 
Mem. Com. Coun., Phila., and its Pres., 1815-19. Trustee, 1831-61. m. 
Lydia, dau. Thomas Learning, Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 
tJOHN COPE. 

b. Chester co., Penna., May i, 1783; d. Natchez, Miss., Mch. 18, 1811. 
s. Joseph Cope and Ann Taylor. Entered 1796. Teacher in Phila. See 
Futhey and Cope. 

t NICHOLAS BIDDLE (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1801 ; A. M., Coll. N. J., 1804; LL. D., 

Coll. N. J., 1835). 

b. Phila., Jan. 8, 1786; d. Phila., Feb. 27, 1844. s. Charles Biddle, 
Vice-Pres. Penna., and Hannah Shepard. Entered 1796. Lawyer. Sec. to 
Gen. Armstrong, U. S. Min. to France, and to Hon. James Monroe, U. S. 

Min. to Eng. Mem. Penna. Legis., i8io-ir. State Senator Penna., 1813 . 

Trustee, 1818-44. Direc. U. S. Bank, 1819-23, and its Pres., 1823-36. Pres. 
Penna. Bank, 1836-39. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1813. One of the editors 
o{ Portfolio. Author "Ode to Bogle," etc. m. Jane M., dau. John Craig. 
See Memoir by Hon. Roberi T. Conrad itt Am. Nal. Portrait Gallery. 
Autobiog. Charles Biddle. Appleton, Allibone. 

1800. 
t CHARLES BRECK. 

b. Boston, Mass., May, 17S2 ; d. Amsterdam, Holland, May, 1822. s. 
Samuel Breck and Hannah Andrews. Entered 1797. Published a niimber 
of plays. See Breck Family, Autobiog. Samuel Breck. 

fWILLIAM GRINNELL. 

b. ; d. Phila., Oct. 10, 1841. s. . Entered 1797. Lawyer. 

+ HARTMAN KUHN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 4, 1784; d. Phila., Nov. 6, i860, s. Dr. Adam Kuhn, 
Prof. Med. Dept., and Mrs. Elizabeth Markoe, dau. Isaac Hartman. Entered 
1797. Merchant. Trustee, 1836-60. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1S40. m. 
Ellen, dau. James Lyle, Phila. See Keith. 

f ALEXANDER G. McCORKLE. 

Entered 1797. 
fWILLIAM D. NICHOLSON. 

Entered 1797. I^awyer. 

1802. 
tJOHN COX, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 24, 1788 ; d. Phila., Feb. 6, 1S64. s. James S. Cox and 
Charlotte Sitgreaves. Entered 1799. Studied law. Merchant. Pres. Lehigh 
Coal and Nav. Co., Phila., 1822-29, 1841-44. m. Martha, dau. Gen. William 
Lyman, Mass., and U. S. Consul, London. 

* His given name was always spelled Bayes by his father and his ancestors. The change 
iv.Ts made by the subject of this sketch. 

t This is a distinguishing letter, not au abbreviation. 



1803] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 4I 

i- CHARLES KUHN, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1785; d. Phila., 1S42. s. Adam Kuhn. M. D., Prof. Med. 
Dept., and Mrs. Elizabeth Markoe, dau. Isaac Hartuian. Entered 1799. 
Merchant, m. Ehzabeth Hester Yard. 

^JONATHAN MEREDITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct., 1784 ; d. Balto., Md., Feb. 25, 1872. s. Jonathan Mere- 
dith and Elizabeth . Entered 1799. Lawyer, m. Hannah, dau. Dr. 

Moses Hazlitt. 

t HENRY MORRIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 24, 1784; d. Phila., Dec. i, 1842. s. Robert Morris, 
Signer Declaration of Independence, and Mary White, sister Rt. Rev. 
William White (Class 1765). Merchant. Sheriff Phila. co., 1841. m. Eliza 
J., dau. Dr. WilUam Smith, N. Y. 

t MAGNUS MILLER MURRAY, A.M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 22, 1787 ; d. Pittsburgh, Penna., Mch. 3, 1838. s. Como. 
Alexander Murray, U. S. N., and Mary Miller. Entered 1799. Lawyer, 
subsequently iron mfr. Mayor Pittsburgh, Penna. m. Mary, dau. Gen. 
John Wilkins. 



1803. 



i-JOHN FOX. 

b. Phila., Apr. 26, 1787; d. Doylestown, Penna., Apr. 15, 1849. s. 
Edward Fox and Elizabeth Sergeant. Entered 1800. Lawyer. Dep. Atty.- 
Gen. Bucks co., Penna., for fifteen years. Pres. Judge Bucks and Montg. 
COS., Penna., 1830-41. Lieut, and Lt.-Col. U. S. A. A. D. C. to Maj.- 
Gen. Worrell, 1814. Maj.-Gen. Penna. militia, Bucks and Montg. cos. m. 
Margery, dau. Gilbert Rodman. ^&& Memoir by Ed. Fox Pxigh. Rodman 
Family. Campbell s Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 

t GEORGE GRAY LEIPER. 

b. Phila., Feb. 3, 1786; d. "Lepidia," Leiperville, Del. co., Penna., 
Nov. 17, 1868. s. Thomas Leiper and Elizabeth Coultas Gray. Entered 
1800. M. C, 1829-31. Associate Judge Del. co., Penna. Mem. First Trp. 
Phila. City Cav. m. Eliza Snowdeu, dau. John Chew Thomas (Class 1783). 
See Apple ton. 

fjOHN McAllister, jr., a.m., i8i6. 

b. Phila., June 29, 1786; d. Phila., Dec. 17, 1877. s. John McAllister 
and Frances Wardale. Entered 1800. Optician, m. Eliza Melville, dau. 
William Young, Rockland, Del. 

-i-ABRAHAM SHOEMAKER. JR. 

b. , 1784; d. Phila., Nov. 4, 1832. s. . Entered 1800. 

Lawyer. 

t SAMUEL WILCOCKS. 

b. Phila., Mch. i, 1786 ; d. Phila., Mch. 22,1824. s. Alexander Wil- 
cocks, (Class 1761) and Mary Chew. Entered 1800. Lawyer, m. Harriet, 
dau. Gabriel Manigault, Charleston, S. C. See Keith. 

Non-Graduates. 
t JOHN POWEL HARE."^ 

b. Phila., Apr. 22, 1786; d. Newport, R. I., June 14, 1850. s. Hon. 
Robert Hare and Margaret Willing. Entered 1800. Sec. U. S. Leg. , London, 
1809-11. State Senator Penna., 1827-30. Col. and Inspec.-Gen. U. S. A., 
1812-14. One of the Charter Trustees Lafayette Coll., 1S26. m. Julia, dau. 
Col. Andrew de Veaux, S. C. See Keith. 

-i- JOSEPH MOORE. 

Entered 1800. 
t HARRISON HALL. 

Entered 1800, and left during Junior year. 
*He caused his name to be changed, by Act of Assem., to John Hare PoweL 



42 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1804. 

1804. 
t GEORGE ANDREWS, A. M. 

Entered iSoi. 
t JOHN MICHAEL HANCKEL, A. M. 

b. Phila., 17S7 ; d. Burlington, N. J., Mch. 21, 181T. s. John Michael 
Ilanckel, M. D., and Mary Ann Hammell. Entered i8or. Principal of an 
Acad., Burlington, N. J. 
t EDWARD LOWBER, A. M. M. D., 1S07. 

b. Phila., Oct. 6, 17S4 ; d. . s. . Entered 1801. Physician. 

t JOHN LOWBER, A. M. 

Entered 1801. 
t JOHN COLE LOWBER, A. M. 

b. , Md., June 3, 1789 ; d. Phila., May 4, 1834. s. William Lowber 

and Alice Ponder. Entered 1801. Lawyer. Clk. Com. Coun. Phila., 
1815-19, 1820-27. Trustee, 1828-34. m. Frances, dau. Hon. Jonathan 
Dickinson Sergeant, (Class 1763). 

t MATTHEW MATTHEWS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 25, 1786; d. Phila., Aug. i, 1849. s. . Entered 

1801. Clergyman. 
t ROBERT MASKELL PATTERSON, A. M. M. D., 1808. 

b. Phila., Mch. 23, 1787 ; d. Phila., Sept. 5, 1854. s. Robert Patterson, 
LL. D., Prof, and Vice-Provost, and Ame Hunter Ewing. Entered 1801. 
Studied the physical sciences in London and in Paris. Acting Consul Gen. U.S., 
Paris, 1809. Prof. Nat. Phil, and Math., 1813-28. Vice-Provost, 1814-28. Prof. 
Nat. Phil. Univ. Va., 1829-35. Trustee, 1836-54. Direc. U. S. Mint, Phila., 
1835-53. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1809, and its Pres., 1845-53. One of the 
founders Franklin Instit., and one of its Vice-Pres. One of the founders 
Musical Fund Soc, Phila., and its Pres., 1838-53. Mem. Am. Acad. Arts 
and vSci., 1839. Published "Early Hist. Am. Phil. Soc," and other occa- 
sional essays. m. Helen Hamilton, dau. Thomas Leiper, Phila. See 
Simpson, Appleton, Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila., Allibone. 

t EDWARD TSLGHMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 27, 1779 ; d. Phila., Jan. 27, 1826. s. Edward Tilghman, 
(Class 1767) and Elizabeth Chew. Entered 1801. Merchant, m. Rebecca, 
dau. Jesse Wain, Phila. See Keith. 

1805. 
fTHOMAS ALLIBONE, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1787 ; d. Phila., Aug. i, 1821. s. Thomas Allibone and Esther 
Marshall. Entered 1802. Lawyer, m. Mary Turner, Va. 

+ JOHN MASON DUNCAN, A. M. (D. D., Columbia Coll., 1843.) 

h. Phila., July, 1790 ; d. Balto., Md., Apr. 3, 1851. s. Matthew Duncan and 
Helen Mason. Entered 1802. Studied at Theol. Sem. Assoc Ref. Ch., N. 
Y. City. Clergyman Assoc. Ref. Ch., and pastor in Balto., 1812-51. Pub- 
lished "A Plea for Ministerial Liberty ;" "An Essay on the Origin, etc., of 
Creeds and Confessions of Faith," and other lectures and sermons, m. Eliza 
McKini. See Sprague. 

tTKOMAS KITTERA, A. M. 

b. Lancaster, Penna., Mch. 21, 1789 ; d. Phila., June 16, 1839. s. Hon. 
John Wilkes Kittera and Ann Moore. Entered 1802. Lawj'er. Dep. Atty.- 
Gen. Penna., 1817-18. Dep. Atty.-Gen. Phila., 1824-26. M. C. 1826-27. 
Mem. Select Coun. Phila., and its' Pres., 1S24-26. Right Worshipful Grand 
Master Grand Lodge, Penua., A. Y. M. 



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t ROBERT REID, A. M. (D. D.. elsewhere.) 

b. near Belfast. Ireland, Nov. 5, 1781; d. Erie, Penna.. May 15, 1844. 

s. . Studied at Theol. Sem. Assoc. Ref. Ch., N. Y. City. Clergyman 

Assoc. Ref. Ch., and pastor in Erie, Penna., 1812-44. Chaplain on Como. 
Perrv's ship, U. S. N., while on Lake Erie. Published "The Seven Last 
Plagues ; " " Helps to Christian Devotions," and .several sermons and pam- 
phlets, m. 1st., Elizabeth Calhoun ; 2d, Elizabeth, dau. Rev. Matthew 
Lind, Franklin co., Penna. 

1807. 
t BENJAMIN J. BOSTOCK, A. M. 
Entered 1805. 

t JACOB GRATZ, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1788; d. Phila., Dec. 24, 1856. s. Michael Gratz and 
Miriam Simon. Entered 1804. Merchant. Mem. Penna. Legis. State 
Senator Penna. Pres. Union Canal. 

t JACOB GREEN, A.M. (A. B., Queen's [now Rutgers] Coll., 1812. A.M., 
Queen's [now Rutgers] Coll., 1815, and Coll. N. J., gratiae causa, 1815. 
M. D., Yale, gratiae causa, 1827. LL D., JefiF. Coll., Penna., 1835.) 

b. Phila., July 26, 1790; d. Phila., Feb. i, 1841. s. Rev. Ashbel Green, 

D. D., LL. D., Pres. Coll. N. J., and Stockton. Lawyer, teacher and 

author. Prof. Phil. Exper. Chem. and Nat. Hist., 1818-22. Prof. Chem. 
Jeff. Med. Coll., Phila., 1822-41. Published "Treatise on Electricity;" 
" Chemical Diagrams ; " " Chemical Philosophy; " "A Treatise on Electro- 
Magnetism; " "Astronomical Recreations; " "A Syllabus of a course of Chem- 
istry," etc., and valuable articles in Sillinian's Journal. See Simpson, 
Appleton. 

tJOSEPH HALL, A. M. 
Entered 1804. 

fDAViO FREDERICK SCHAEFFER, A. M. (D. D., St. John's Coll., Md., 1836.) 
b. Carlisle, Penna., July 22, 1787; d. Frederick, Md., May 5, 1837. s. 
Rev. Frederick David SchaeflFer, D. D., and Rosina Rosenmiller. Entered 
1804. Luth. clergyman and pastor, Frederick, Md., 1808-37. Principal 
Frederick, Md., Acad., 1829. One of the founders Gen. Synod. Luth. Ch., 
and its Pres., 1831-33, Editor Luth. Intelligencer, 1826-31, and published 
various addresses and sermons, m. Elizabeth, dau. George Krebs, Phila. 
See Spragiie, Appleton. 

tJOHN SUMNER, A.M. 
Entered 1804. 

t SAMUEL HULBEART TURNER, A. M. (D.D., Union Coll., 1820.) 

b. Phila., Jan. 23, 1790; d. N. Y. City, Dec. 21, 1861. s. Rev. Joseph 
Turner and Elizabeth Mason. Entered 1806. P. E. clergvman, and rector 
Chester, Kent co., Md., 1812-17. Prof. Eccl. Hist. Gen. Theol. Sem., P. E. 
Ch., N. Y. City, 1818-21, and Prof. Bib. Learning in the same institution, 
1821-61, and Prof. Heb. Columbia Coll., 1830-61. Author, " Notes on the 
Epistle to the Romans;" "Companion to the Book of Genesis ;" " Biog. 
Notices of some of the most Distinguished Jewish Rabbis;" "The 
Gospels ace. to the Ammonian Sections and the Tables of Eusebius," etc. 
m. Mar>' Esther, dau. Burrage Beach, Cheshire, Conn. See Autobiog. 
Appleton. 

t THOMAS ISAAC WHARTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 17, 1791 ; d. Phila., Apr. 7, 1856. s. Isaac Wliarton and 
Margaret Rawle. Entered 1806. Lawyer. Treas. Law Assn., Phila., 
1827-41, and its Vice Chancellor, 1854-56. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1830. Tms- 
tee, 1837-56. Capt. U. S. A., 1812. Editor Atialectic Magazine and con- 
tributor to Portfolio. Author " Digest of Reported Ca.ses in Penna ;" " Re- 
ports of Cases in Sup. Ct. Penna., 1839-41," etc. Was appointed with 
"William Rawle and Joel Jones to codify the civil .statutes of Penna. m, 
Arabella, dau. John Griffith. See IVharton Family, Appleton. 



44 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1808 

1808. 
t ALEXANDER SIDNEY COXE, A. M. 

b. Phila., AuR. 14, 1790; d. Phila., Oct. 31, 1821. s. Tench Coxe and 
Rebecca Coxe. Kntered 1805. Lawyer. See Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, 
Phila. 
•J- CHARLES SIDNEY COXE, A. M. (and Brown Univ., gratiae causa, 1820). 

b. Phila., July 31, 1791; d. Drifton, Penna., Nov. 19, 1879. s. Tench 
Coxe and Rebecca Coxe. Entered 1805. Lawyer. Judge Dist. Ct. Phila., 
1826-35. Pres. Bd. of Direc. Eastern Penitentiary at its foundation, m. 
Ann Maria, dau. John Hill Brinton (Class 1790). See Campbell's Hist. 
Hiber. Soc., Phila. 

t PHILEMON DICKERSON, A. M. 

b. Succasunna, Morris co., N. J., 1788; d. Paterson, N. J., Dec. 10, 
1862. s. Jonathan Dickerson and Mary Coe. Entered 1805. Lawyer. 
Mem. N. J. Asseni., 1821-22. M. C, 1833-35, 1839-41. Gov. N. J., 1836. 
Chancellor N. J., 1837. Judge U. S. Dist. Ct. N. J., 1841-62. Pres. Pater- 
son, N. J., Coun., 1S51. m. Sydney Maria, dau. Capt. John Stotesbury. See 
Hist. Union a7id Middlesex Cos., N.J., Apple ton, Drake. 

+JOHN HUSTON GORDON, A. M. M. D., 1813. 

b. near Newtown, Bucks co., Penna., 1787 ; d. Newtown, Bucks co., 
Penna., Sept. i, 1850. s. Thomas Gordon and Margaret Huston. Entered 
1805. Physician. Surg. U. S. N. m. Hannah, dau. James McCrea. See 
Keith. 

t THOMAS FRANCIS GORDON. 

b. Phila., 1787 ; d. Beverly, N. J., Jan. 17, i860, s. Elisha Gordon and 
Elizabeth Francis. Entered 1805. Sometime a brewer, then a lawyer. He 
declined the appointment of Justice Sup. Ct. Penna. owing to deafness. 
Author "Digest of the Laws of the U. S.;" "Hist, of Penna.;" "Hist, of 
N. J.;" " Hist, of Anc. Mexico ;" " Hist, of America ;" Gazetteer of N. Y., 
of N. J., and of Penna., etc. m. Constance, dau. John Baptist Clement 
Rousseau. See Appleton, Allibone, Drake. 

•i-GEORGE FREDERICK HAGNER, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 31, 1789 ; d. Phila., Jan. 2, 1868. s. Col. Philip Hagner, 
Revolutionary War, and Catherine Shepard. Entered 1805. Manufacturer. 
Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1815. Private ist. Regt. Penna. Vols., Col. 
C. C. Biddle commanding, 1812. 

i EDWARD INGERSOLL, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 27, 1790; d. Florence, Italy, July 7, 1841. s. Hon. Jared 
IngersoU and Elizabeth Pettit. Entered 1805. Lawyer. Published a 
"Digest of Laws of U. S. fr. 1798-1820," also "Abridgment of Acts of 
Congress now in I'orce excluding those of Private and Local Application," 
and poems under the pen-name of Horace, for Phila. magazines, m. Cathe- 
rine Ann, dau. John Hill Brinton (Class 1790). See Keith, Appleton, 
A Hi bone. 

-{-JOSEPH KIRKBRIDE McKEAN, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 14, 1792; d. Phila., Feb. 26, 1816. s. Hon. Joseph 
Borden McKcan (Class 1782) and Hannah Miles. Entered 1805. Lawyer. 
See iMcKcan Family by R. Buchanan. 

•i- SAMUEL MILES McKEAN, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 28, 1789 ; d. Washington. D. C, Feb. 8, 1S68. s. Hon. 
Joseph Borden McKean (Class 1782) and Hannah Miles. Entered 1805. 
Clk. U. S. Trcas. Dept., Washington, D. C, 1817-30 ; Disbursing Agt. U. S. 
Trea.s. Dept., 1830-53; Disbursing Clk. U. S. Trea.s. Dept., 1853-68. m. 
Mary Frances, dau. Josias Wilson King, Port Tobacco, Md. See McKean 
Family by R. Buchanan. 



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tJOHN ROSS MBFFLIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 22, 1790; d. Phila., Apr. 14, 1S25. s. John Fishbourne 
Mifflin (Class 1775) and Clementina Ross. Entered 1805. Merchant. 
Private Penna. Vols., Camp du Pont, 1814. Capt. Washington Guards, 
Phila., afterward Major Penna. Vols. See Mifflin Family by J. H. Merrill, 
Keith, Lossing's Hist. War of 1812. 
+ THOMAS FRANKLIN PLEASANTS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 21, 1790 ; d. New Orleans, Aug. 26, 1817. s. Israel 
Pleasants and Ann Pascall Franklin. Entered 1805. Lawyer. Mcht. in 
New Orleans. Capt. Washington Guards Penna. militia, 1814. 
t DAVID RITTENHOUSE SERGEANT, A.M. 

b. Phila., July i, 1791 ; d. , Aug. 8, 1872. s. Hon. Jonathan Dickin- 
son Sergeant (Class 1763) and Elizabeth, dau. David Rittenhouse. Entered 
1805. 
tJOSEPH SHEPPARD, A. M. (A. B., Brown Univ., gratioe causa, 1808.) 

b. Greenwich, N. J., Jan. 9, 1786; d. Mt. Holly, N. J., Dec. 13, 1838. 

s. . Entered 1805. Bapt. clergyman, and pastor Salem, N. J., 1809-29 ; 

and Mt. Holly, N. J., 1829-35. Conducted a select school at Mt. Holly for a 
number of years, m. Hannah Fox, dau. Col. William Budd, of the Revo. 
Army. 
tJONATHAN BAYARD SMITH, A.M. 

b. Phila., 1791 ; d. Phila., Oct. 23, 1872. s. Hon. Jonathan Bayard 
Smith and Susanna Bayard. Entered 1805. Lawyer. Capt. 32d U. S. Inf., 
1813-15. 
t ROBERT HOBART SMITH, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 23, 1792 ; d. Phila., Aug. 10, 1858. s. Robert Smith and 
Rebecca Hobart. Entered 1805. Previously studied at Coll. N. J.- for six 
months; also a student in Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J. Lawyer. City 
elk. Phila., 1832-55. m. Mar>', dau. Joseph Potts. 

tJOHN SWIFT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 21, 1790; d. Phila., June 9, 1873. s. Charles Swift and 
Mary Rich6. Entered 1805. Lawyer. Mayor Phila., 1832-38, 1839-41, 
1845-49. Recorder of Deeds Phila., 1838-39. Alderman Phila. for many 
years, m. Mary, dau. Como. Thomas Truxtun, U. S. N. See Appleton. 

t SIMON VANARTSDALEN, A.M. 

Entered 1805. 
t DAVID RITTENHOUSE WATERS, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1791 ; d. Phila., Sept. 4, 1813. s. Nicholas Baker Waters, 
M. D., and Hester, dau. David Rittenhouse. Entered 1805. Lawyer. 

181O. 

t FRANKLIN BACHE, A. M. M. D., 1814. 

b. Phila., Oct. 25, 1792 ; d. Phila., Mch. 19, 1864. s. Benjamin Franklin 
Bache (Class 1787) and Margaret H. Markoe. Entered 1807. Physician. 
Prof. Chem. Franklin Instit., 1826-32, and Coll. Phar., Phila., 1831-41, and 
Jeff. Med. Coll., 1841-64. Phys. Walnut Street Prison, Phila., 1824-36, and 
to the Eastern Penitentiary, Phila., 1829-39. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1816 ; 
Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., 1817 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1847 ; Phila. Co. Med. Soc, 
1852. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1819, and its Pres., 1853-55. Fell. Coll. Phys., 
Phila., 1829, and its Vice-Pres., 1855-64. Surgeon's mate U. S. A., 1813. 
Surg. U. S. A., 1814-16. Author, "System of Chem. for Students of Med. ; " 
and, jointly with Dr. George B. Wood (Class 1815) " U. S. Dispensatory,'' 
etc., and a contributor to many medical and .scientific journals, m. Aglae 
Dabadie. See Metnoir by Dr. George B. Wood, Scharf and WestcotVs 
Hist, of Phila., Appleton, Allibone, Drake. 



46 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1810 

tCHARLES G. BISHOP. 

Entered 1807. 
i- BENJAMIN CHEW, JR., A. M 

b. Phila., Dec. 5, 1793; d. Phila., Aug. 17, 1864. s. Benjamin Chew 
(Class 1775) and Katharine Banning. Entered 1807. Lawyer. First Lieut. 
2d Dragoons U. S. A., 1812. CoL Penna. militia, m. Elizabeth Margaret, 
dau. Chief Justice William Tilghman (Class 1771). See Keith, Simpson. 
-f SAMUEL CHEW, A.M. 

b. Phila., June 19, 1795 ; d. Phila., Aug. 21, 184 1. s. Benjamin Chew 
(Class 1775) and Katharine Banning. Entered 1807. Lawyer. See Keith. 
i-JOSEPH SIMONS COHEN, A.M. 

b. ; d. Phila., Feb. 3, 1858. s. Solomon M3'ers Cohen and Bell 

Simons. Entered 1807. Lawyer. Prothonotary Sup. Ct. Penna., 1840-53. 
i- EDWARD D.* COXE, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 5, 1793 ; d. Phila., Oct. 3, 1819. s. Hon. John D. Coxe 
(Class 1769) and Mary Footman. Entered 1807. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Legis. 

t GEORGE WASHINGTON GRAY, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1793 ; d. Phila., May, 1818. s. George Gray and Mary Bran- 
non. Entered 1807. Midshipman U. S. N., 1813. 

i-CHRISTIAN HANCKEL, A.M. (D. D, elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., 1787 or 1788; d. Charleston, S. C, Jan. 19, 1870. s. John 
Michael Hanckel, M. D., and Mary Ann Hammel. Entered 1807. Principal 
Burlington Acad., N. J., 1S11-12. P. E. clergyman, and rector Trinity Ch., 
Columbia, S. C, 1813-20, and of St. Paul's Ch., RadcHffeboro, Charleston, 
S. C, 1820-70. Prof. Math, and Nat. Phil., S. C. Coll., Columbia, S. C, 
1815-20. Chmn. Bd. Comr. Free Schools, S. C, 1844-54. m. ist, Ann, 
dau. James Stuart, M. D., Beaufort, S. C. ; 2d, Susan, dau. Hugh Rose, 
Charleston, S. C. 

i- WILLIAM J. HAY, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 28, 1789; d. . s. . Entered 1807. 

tJOHN CRAIG HEBERTON, A.M. M.D., 1814. 

b. Middlebrook, Somerset co., N. J., Feb. 25, 1790; d. Phila., Jan. 10, 
1829. s. George Heberton and Mary Craig. Entered 1S07. Physician, 
m. Ann, dau. Mahlon Hutchinson. 

i-JAMES PEMBERTON LOFLAND, A. M. M. D., 1814. 

b. St. Jones' Neck, Kent co., Del., 1793; d. Phila., Aug., 1S52. s. 

Purnel Lofland and Marv Robinson. Entered 1807. Physician, m. . 

. See Scharf's Hist. Del.' 
fANDREW PROUDFOOT, A. M. M. D., 1814. 

Presumed to have come fr. S. C. Entered 1S07. Physician. 
fWILLIAM SHIPPEN, A. M. M. D., 1814. 

b. Phila., Jan. 29, 1792 ; d. Phila., June 5, 1867. s. Thomas Lee vShipoen 
and Elizabeth Carter Farley. Entered 1807. Physician. Demstr. Anat. 
Trustee Coll. N. J., 1841-67. m. Mary Louisa, dau.'Thomas Shore, Chester- 
field CO., Va. See Keith. 

Non-Gr.\du.\TI!;. 
i- CHARLES ROBERT LESLIE. 

b. Ivoudon, Eng., Oct. 19,1794; d. London, Eng., May 5,1859. s. 
Robert Leslie, clockmaker in Phila., and Lydia Baker. Entered 1807. 
Studied art under Benjamin West and Washington Allston. Prof. Drawing 

* This is a distinguishing letter, not an abbreviation. 



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U. S. Mil. Acad., 1831-32. Prof. Painting Royal Acad., London, 1848-51. 
Assoc. Royal Acad., 1821. Academician Royal Acad., 1825. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1837. His most famous paintings are in the Vernon collection in 
the Nat. Galler>-, London, and in the Sheepshank's collection. Published 
" Memoirs of John Constable ; " " Life and Times of vSir Joshua Reynolds." 
m. Harriet Stone. See Autobiog. Recollections, edited by Tom Taylor. 
Futhey and Cope. Appleton. 

iSlI 
tJOSEPH BARR, A. M., 1821. 

Entered 1808. Clergyman. 
t ROBERT B. BELVILLE. 

b. New Castle, Del., 1790 ; d. Dayton, O., June 28, 1845. Entered 1808. 
Teacher, afterward Presb. clergyman. Pastor Neshaminy Ch., Bucks co., 
Penna., 1813-38. m. . See Hist. Neshaminy Presb. Ch., Presb. Encyc. 

i-THOMAS P. BENNETT, A. M., 1816. 

Registered as fr. Md. Entered 1808. 
t RICHARD BIDDLE, A. M., 1815. 

b. Phila., Mch. 25, 1796 ; d. Pittsburgh, Penna., Julyb, 1847. s. Charles 
Biddle Vice-Pres. Penna., and Hannah Shepard. Entered 1808. Lawyer. 
M. C.', 1837-41. Author "Life of Sebastian Cabot." m. Ann Anderson, 
Pittsburgh, Penna. See Appleton. Autobiog. Charles Biddle. Allibone. 

tCLEMENTADAM BUCKLEY, A. M., 1815. 

b. Competence, Lancaster co. Penna., June i, 1791 ; d. Phila., Apr. 13, 
1868. s. Daniel Buckley and Sarah Brooke. Entered 1808. Lawyer, m. 
Sarah, dau. Charles Penrose. 
fTHOMAS KING CARROLL, A.M., 1815. 

b. St. Mary's co., Md., ; d. near Church Crk., Dorchester co., Md., 

Oct 3 1873. s. Col. Henry James Carroll and Elizabeth Barnes King. 
Entered 1808. Lawyer. Mem. Md. Legis. Gov. Md., 1829-31. m. Julia, 
dau Henry Stevenson, M. D., Balto.. Md. S^&Schultz's^ist. Freemason} y 
in Md. 
t ALFRED HENRY DASH I ELL, A.M., 1815. (D.D., Mary ville Coll., Tenn., 1850.) 

b. Somerset co., Md., Aug. 2, 1793 ; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 18, 1881. 
Entered 1808. Presb. clergj-man. Pastor Mariners' Ch., Phila. ; of Presb. 
Ch., Jacksonville, 111. ; and of Presb. Ch., Franklin, Tenn. ; and at Shelby- 
ville, Tenn. Pres. Nashville Female Acad. Pres. Rogersville, Tenn. Coll. 
Published a number of sermons, m. Ann, dau. Hon. Richard Ridgely, Md. 

t RICHARD DE BUTTS. 

Registered as fr. Md. Entered 1808. 
t GEORGE DUFFIELD, A. M., 1815. D. D., 1841. 

b. Strasburg, Lancaster co., Penna., Julv 4, 1794; d. Detroit, Mich., 
June 26, 1868. s. George Duffield and . Entered 1808. Presb. clergy- 
man, and held pastorates in Carlisle, Penna. ; Phila. ; N. Y. City and Detroit, 
Mich. Regent Univ. Mich. Published " Regeneration ; " " Claims of Epis. 
Bishops Examined ; " "Travels in the Holy Land," and various discourses 
and addresses, m. Isabella Graham Bethune, N. Y. City See Appleton. 
Harris' Biograph. Hist, of Lancaster Co., Penna. 
tSAMUEL DUFFIELD, A.M., 1815. M. D., 1817. 

b. Strasburg, Lancaster co., Penna., July 3, i795 ; d. Salisbury, Lan- 
caster co., Penna., Feb. 24, 1853. s. William Brvant Duffield, M. D. (Class 
1786) and Sarah Slaymaker. Entered 1808. ' Physician. One of the 
founders Lancaster Co. Med. Soc. m. Maria, dau. Cadwalader Morris, 
M. D. 



48 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [181I 

tJOSEPH PATTERSON ENGLES, A. M., 1815. 

b. Phila., Jan. 3, 1793; d. Phila., Apr. 14, 1861. s. Silas Engles and 
Annie Patterson. Kntered 1808. Tutor, 1812-17. Teacher. Publishing 
agt. of Presb. Ch. Edited a pocket ed. Gr. Test., with various readings, 
m. Harriet P., dan. Solomon Allen, Phila. 

t CHARLES PEMBERTON FOX, A. M., 1815. 

1). Phila., 1792 ; d. Phila., Oct. 10, 1866. s. George Fox (Class 1780) and 
]Mary Pembcrton. Entered 1S08. 

t BENJAMIN GRATZ, A. M., 1815. 

b. Phila., Sept. 4, 1792 ; d. Lexington, K3'., Mch. 17, 1884. s. Michael 
Gratz and Miriam Simons. Entered 1808. Lawyer ; subsequently mfr. in 
Lexington, Ky. Trustee Transylvania Coll., Lexington, Ky. Mem. Hist. 
Soc, Penna. 2d Lieut. Penna. Vols., 1813. m. ist, Maria Cecil, dau. Col. 
Nathaniel Gist ; 2d, Anna Maria Shelby, n^e Boswell, widow of Orville 
Shelby, Ky. 

t SAMUEL BLANCHARD HOW, A. M., 1815. (D. D., Union Coll., 1830.) 

b. Burlington, N. J., Oct. 14, 1790; d. New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 29, 

1868. s. . Entered 1808. Tutor, 1812. Clergyman Ref. Dutch Ch. 

Pastor Solebury, Penna., 1815-16 ; First Ch., Trenton, N. J., 1816-21 ; First 
Ch., New Brunswick, N. J., 1821-23; Indep. Ch., Savannah, Ga., 1S23-27 ; 
Bowery and Ninth Ave. Ch., N. Y. City, 1827-28; First Ref. Dutch Ch., 
New Brunswick, N. J., 1832-61. Pres. Dickinson Coll., 1830-32. Trustee 
Rutgers Coll., 1833-68. Published a number of sermons, m. Mary, dau. 
Isaac Snowden. See Appleton. Rev. E. T. Corwin's Manual Ref. Ch. 
in Am, 

fLYNFORD LARDNER, A.M., 1815. 

b. "Somerset," near Phila., June 12, 1792 ; d. "Somerset," near Phila., 
June 22, 1834. s. Hon. John Lardner and Margaret Saltar. Entered 1808. 
Mem. Penna. Legis., 1820-21, 1833-34. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 
Mt. Bull Campaign, 1813. Capt. First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 1825-27. m. 
Elizabeth A., dau. James Wilmer, Phila. See Keith. Hist. First Trp. Phila. 
City Cav. 

fRSOER HENRY RATCLIFFE. 

I'resumed to have come fr. Md. Entered i8io8. 
flHOMAS M. ROSS. 

Entered 1808. 
tISAAC CLARKSON SNOWDEN, A.M. andM. D., 1815. 

b. Princeton, N. J.. Dec. 31, 1791 ; d. Phila., Nov. 8, 1843. s. Isaac 
Snowden and Cornelia Clarkson. Entered 1808. Physician, m. Maria 
Meares. See Memoir of Gerardus Clarkson, 31. D., by Samuel Clarkson. 

tJAMES TBLGHMAN, A. M., 1815. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Talbot CO.. Md., May i, 1792 ; d. Talbot co., Md., Mch. 22, 1824. s. 
Hon. James Tilghman (Class 1766) and Elizabeth Buly. Entered 1808. 
Physician. See Keith, Hanson. 

t RICHARD CLEMENT WOOD, A.M., 1815. 

b. N. J., ; d. N. J., . s. James Wood and Ruth Clement. 

Entered 180S. Lawyer, m. . Sec Mrs. fuliana R. Wood's Family 

Sketches. 

t SAMUEL WYLIE, A. M., 1815. (D. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Ballvmena, co. Antrim, Ireland, I'eb. iq, 1791 ; d. Eden, Randolph 
CO., 111.. Mch. 20, 1872. s. Andrew Wylie and Elizabeth Wylie. Entered 
t8o8. Pre.sb. clergyman and pastor Bethel Ch., Pvden, 111., 1821-71. m. ist, 
Margaret, dau. William Millikin, Phila.; 2d, Margaret Ewing, dau. Rev. 
John Black, D. D., Pittsburgh, Penna. 



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1812. 
t RICHARD BACHE, JR., A.M., 1S16. 

b. Phila., 1794; d. Washington, D. C, 1836. s. Benjamin Franklin 
Bache (Class 1787) and Margaret Harman Markoe. Entered 1809. ist 
Lieut. 32d U. S. Inf., 1813. 2(1 Lieut. U. S. Artill., 1815. Capt. Ordnance 
U. S. A., 1819-36. Published " Notes on Colombia, S. A." See Drake. 

tJAMES JOSEPH BARCLAY, A.M., 1816. 

b. Phila., Jan. 15, 1794; d. Phila., Aug. 16, 1885. s. John Barclay, 
Mayor Phila., and Mary Searle. Entered 1809. Lawyer. Pres. or Direc. 
of mJny charitable institutions in Phila. See MunseWs Am. Ances. 

t PETER BENSON, A.M., 1816. 

b. Phila., Nov. 28, 1795 ; d. . s. . Entered 1809. 

tJOHN CHEW. 

b. Phila., Jan. 23, 1797; lost at sea in the "Epervier," Aug., 1815, 
s. Benjamin Chew (Class 1775) and Katherine Banning. Entered 1809, 
Midshipman U. S. N. Bearer of despatches after Como. Decatur's victory 
over the Algerines. See Keith. 

+ ELIJAH GRATZ ETTING, A. M., 1816. 

b. Balto., Md., July 14, 1795 ; d. Phila., May 25, 1849. s. Reuben 
Etting and Frances Gratz. Entered 1S09. Lawyer. 

t HAMPDEN HAYNIE, A. M., 1816. 

Presumed to have come fr. Md. Entered 1S09. 
tJAMES LESLEY, A. M., 1S16. 

b. ; d. Phila., July, 1868. s. . Entered 1809. m. Ellen . 

t RICHARD SHARP MASON, A. M., 1816. D. D., 1830 (and Hobart Coll., 

N. Y., 1830). 

b. Barbadoes, W. I., June 7, 1795 ; d. Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 21, 1874. 

s. Philip Mason and . Entered 1809. P. E. clergyman, and rector 

Christ Ch., Newbeme, N. C, 1818-29. Pres. Hobart Coll., N. Y., 1830-35, 
and of Del. Coll., 1835-37. Rector Christ Ch., Raleigh, N. C, 1840-74. 
Author "A Letter to the Bp. N. C. on the vSubject of his Late Pastoral ; "■ 
"The Baptism of Infants defended fr. the Objections of Antipaedo Baptists." 
m. . See Apple ton. 

f WILLIAM MORRIS MEREDITH, A. M., 1816. 

b. Phila., June 8, 1799; d. Phila., Aug. 17, 1873. s. William Meredith 
and Gertrude Governeur Ogden. Entered 1809. Valedictorian. Lawyer. 
Vice-Provost Law Acad., Phila., 1836-37. Chancellor Law Assn., Phila., 
1857-73- Mem. Penna. Legis., 1824-28. Pres. Select Coun. Phila., 1834-49. 
Mem. Const. Conv. Penna., 1837. U. S. Dist.-Atty. E. D. Penna., 1841. Sec. 
U. S. Treas., 1849-50. Atty.-Gen. Penna., 1861-67. Del. Peace Conv., i86r. 
Declined the appointment as senior counsel for U. S. before the Geneva 
Arbitrators, 187 1. Pres. Const. Conv. Penna., 1873. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1837. Trustee, 1842-59. m. Catherine, dau. Michael Keppele (Class 178S). 
See Apple ton. 

tJOHN MUSGRAVE, A. M., 1816. 

b. Phila., 1796 ; d. Phila., Mch. 20, 1845. s. James Musgrave and Mary 
Parry. Entered 1809. Lawyer. Editor Daily Chronicle, Phila. 

tJOSEPH PARKER NORRIS, A. M., 1816. 

b. Phila., Oct. 20, 1794; d. Phila., Jan. 31, 1863. s. Joseph Parker 
Norris and Elizabeth Hill Fox. Entered 1809. LaAvyer. m. Caroline, 
dau, Edward Thomson. See Keith. 



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t FRANCIS WILLIAM RAWLE, A. M., 1816. 

b. Phila., Sept. 28, 1795; d. "Fairfield," near Williamsport, Lycoming 
CO., Penna., Oct. 27, 1881. s. William Rawle and Sarah Coates Burge. 
Entered 1809. Civil engr. and ironmaster. Assoc. Judge Lycoming co., 
Penna. Pres. Equitable Mort. Ins. Co., Phila. Sergt. and Lieut, ist Penna. 
Vols., 1812. m. Louisa, dau. Charles Hall, Sunbury, Penna. See Keith, 
Apple ton. 

tJOHN MEREDITH READ, A. M., 1816. (LL. D., Brown Univ., i860.) 

b. Phila., July 21, 1797; d. Phila., Nov. 29, 1874. s. Hon. John Read 
and Martha Meredith. Entered 1809. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 
1822-24. City Solicitor Phila., 1824-27. Mem. Select Coun. Phila., 
1827-30. U. S. Dist. Atty. E. D. Penna., 1837-41. Solicitor U. ^. Treas., 
1841-45. Atty.-Gen. Penna., 1846. Nominated by Pres. Polk as an Assoc. 
Justice U. S. Sup. Ct. , but owing to the opposition of the Southern Senators 
to his free-soil views he requested the Pres. to withdraw his name. Justice 
Sup. Ct. Penna., 1858-72. Chief Justice Sup. Ct. Penna., 1872-73. Was 
one of the founders of the Republican party. At the Chicago Con v., i860, 
he received sixty votes for nomination as Republican candidate for the Pres. 
U. S., but he withdrew in favor of Abraham Lincoln. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1863. Grand Master of Masons, Penna. Author of many published 
addresses and legal opinions, among them, "Suspension of the Writ of 
Habeas Corpus-," 1863, said to have produced the Act of Mch. 3, 1863, 
enabling the Pres. to suspend the writ in certain cases, m. ist, Priscilla, 
dau. Hon. John Marshall, Boston ; 2d, Amelia, dau. Edward Thomson, 
Phila. See Scharf's Hist. Del. Keith, Appleton, Allibone. Memoir by 
Eli K. Price. 

tSAMUEL RUSH, A.M., 1816. 

b. Phila., Aug. i, 1795; d. Phila., Nov. 24, 1859. s. Benjamin Rush, M. D., 
Signer Declaration of Independence, and Julia Stockton. Entered 1809. 
Lawyer. Clk. Com. Coun. Phila., 1819-20. Recorder of Phila., 183S-41. 
m. Nancy, dau. James Wilmer, Phila. 
f GEORGE UHLER, A. M., 1816. M. D., 1815. 

b. Phila., Oct. 9, 1791 ; d. Phila., Apr. 21, 1859. s. John Uhler and 
Elizabeth Wurtz. Entered 1809. Physician and pharmacist, subsequently 
mfr. m. ist, Mary Ann, dau. William Millward ; 2d, Rebecca, dau. Jonathan 
Knight. 
+ EDWARD HANCOCK CUSTIS WILSON, A. M., 1816 

b. Westover, Somerset co., Md., Dec. 10, 1794 ; d. Clifton, Somerset co., 
Md., Oct. 3, 1827. S.John Custis Wilson and Margaret Custis Wilson. 
Entered 1S09. Farmer, m. Sarah, dau. John Stratton, Northampton co., 
Va. 

Non-Graduates. 

fTHOMAS JEFFERSON LESLIE. 

b. London, Eng., Nov. 2, 1796 ; d. N. Y. City, Nov. 25, 1874. s. Robert 
Leslie, clockmaker in Phila., and Lydia Baker. Entered 1809. Was gradu- 
ated fr. the U. S. Mil. Acad., 1815. Soldier. Paymaster of Engrs., U. S. A., 
1815-38. 2d Lieut., 1816; ist Lieut., 1819 ; Brev. Capt, 1829; Maj., 1838. 
Declined the appointment of Dep. Paymaster-Gen., U. S. A., 1847. During 
the Civil War was Chief of the Paymaster's Dept., U. S. A., N. Y. Dist. 
Brev. Col. and Brev. Brig. -Gen., U. S. A., 1865. Was retired 1869. m. 
Gertrude Pearson. See Apple ton. 
fCHARLES VALERIUS HAGNER. 

b. Phila., Jan. 13, 1796 ; d. Phila., July 18, 1878. s. Col. Philip Hagner, 
Revo. Army, and Catherine vSchaffer. Entered 1809. Drug-miller and 
mfr. U. S. Appraiser-Gen. Mem. Com. Coun. Phila., and of Select Coun. 
Phila. Private Penna. militia, 1812. Capt. U. S. Vols., 1861. Mem. Hist. 
Soc. Penna.; Horticul. Soc. Phila.; Numis. and Antiq. Soc. Phila.; Soc. 
Vet. of 1812. Author " Early Hist. Falls of Schuylkill, Manayunk and 
Vicinity." m. Susannah, dau. Jonathan Bunting. Sqq Allibone. 



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+ MATTHIAS RICHARDS SAYRES. 

b. Marcus Hook, Del. co., Penna., circa 1795; d. Chester, Del. co., 
Penna., Apr. 18, 1826. s. Caleb Smith Sayres, M. D., and Susan Richards. 
Entered 1809. Lawyer. 

1813. 

i-ALEXANDER C. BULLITT, A. M., 1817. 

Entered 18 10. 
tJOHN H. GIBBONS, A. M., 1817. 

Entered 1810. 
i-JOHN REINHARD GOODMAN, A. M., 1817. 

b. Phila., Sept. 6, 1793 ; d. Phila., July 8, 1865. s. Col. John Good- 
man and Catharine Hyneman. Entered 1810. Luth. clergyman. Author 
" Olive Branch," a work on the riots of 1848 in Phila.; " Memoir of Rev. 
Philip F. Mayer, D. D.," and several school books and various articles in 
prose and verse in magazines, m. Julia Maria, dau. Daniel Rodman, R. I., 
Conn, and N. Y. See Rodman Family. 
fCOURTER GOODWIN, A.M., 1817. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 1795 ; d. N. Y. City, Feb. 28, i860, s. John Good- 
win and Arabel Drinker. Entered 1810. Lawyer. Clk. Post Office N. Y. 
City, for nearly forty years, m. Harriet Louise, dau. Enoch Carter, Phila. 

+ ANDREW ELLERSON HANCKEL, A.M., 1817. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. John Michael Hanckel, M. D., and 

Mary Ann Hammell. Entered 1810. m. Sarah Duval. 
i- RICHARD PENN LARDNER, A.M., 1817. 

b. "Somerset," near Phila., Nov. 8, 1795 ; d. Phila., May 19, 1882. s. 

Hon. John Lardner and Margaret Saltar. Entered 18 10. Treas. P. & R. 

R. R. and of the Frankford and Bristol Turnpike Co. 2d Lieut. First Trp. 

Phila. City Cav. m. ist, Anna, dau. Capt. James Tennant, R. N. ; 2d, Anna, 

dau. John H. Gibbon, M. D., Phila. See Keith, Hist. First Trp. Phila. 

City Cav. 
fTHEODORE R. LOOCKERMAN, A. M., 1817. 

b. Talbot CO., Md., ; d. Md., . s. Jacob Loockerman, clk. 

Cts. Talbot CO., Md., and Clark. Entered 1810. Lawyer. Dist.-Atty. 

Talbot CO., Md. Mem. Md. House of Del., 1821-24. m- Maria, dau. Judge 

William Bond Martin, Dorchester co., Md. 

i- RICHARD ROBINETT, JR. 

b. Phila., Feb. 26, 1796; d. . s. Richard Robinett and . 

Entered 18 10. 
i-JAMES BILLINGS STEELE, A.M., 1817. 

b. Cambridge, Md., Oct. 13, 1794; d. Cambridge, Md., Jan. 26, 1861. 
s. James Steele and Mary Nevett. Entered 1810. m. ist, Milcah, dau. Col. 
John Gale, Somerset co., Md.; 2d, Sarah Yerbury, dau. Robert Golds- 
borough. 

tJOHN NEVETT STEELE, A.M., 1817. 

b. Annapolis, Md., Feb. 22, 1796; d. Cambridge, Md., Au^. 13, 1853. 
s. James Steele and Mary Nevett. Entered 1810. Mem. Md. Legis. M. C, 
1835-37. Nominated for Gov. Md. in 1837, but was defeated, m. Ann Ogle, 
dau. Judge Buchanan, Washington co., Md. 

+JAMES TILGHMAN, A.M., 1817. 

b. Md., Feb. 5, 1793 ; d. Md., after Sept. 4, 1845. s. Lloyd Tilghman 
and Henrietta Maria Tilghman. Entered 1810. m. Anne Caroline, dau. 
Edward Shoemaker. See Keith, Hanson. 



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t GEORGE W. WARDER. 

Enteral iSio. 

t SAMUEL J. WITHY,* A. M., 1817. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Del. City, Del., 1793 ; d. Phila., June 23, 1858. s. James Withy and 
Sarali Claypoole. Entered 1810. Physician. 

1815. 
tJOHN BAYARD, A.M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 7, 1795 ; d. Phila., Oct. 4, 1869. s. Col. John Bayard ^nd 
Margaret Hodge. Entered 181 2. One of the founders Philo. Merchant. 

t GEORGE BUCHANAN, A.M. 

b. Balto., Md., July 27, 1796; d. Centre co., Penna., June 9, 1879. s. 
George Buchanan, M. D., and Loetitia McKean. Entered 1812. One of 
the founders Philo. Justice of the Peace. Prothonotary Cts. Centre co., 
Penna., 1836-39. Capt. Penn's Valley Trp., 1841. Brig.-Gen. 3d Brigade, 
14th Div., Penna. militia, m. ist, Sarah G., dau. Evan Miles; 2d, Mary 
Patterson. See McKean Family by R. Buchanan. 

t HENRY BANNING CHEW, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 11, 1800; d. Epsom, Balto. co., Md., Dec. 12, 1866. s. 
Benjamin Chew (Class 1775) and Katherine Banning. Entered 1812. One 
of the founders Philo. Merchant, m. ist, Harriet, dau. Gov. Charles 
Ridgelv, Hampton, Md. ; 2d, Elizabeth Ann, dau. Robert Ralston, Phila. 
See Keith. 

t THOMAS GRAY CONDIE, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1797; d. Phila., 1838. s. Thomas Condie and Elizabeth 
Holmes. Entered 18 12. One of the founders Philo. Lawyer. Editor Ccw- 
die's Magazine. 
t HENRY SIDNEY COXE, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1798; d. St. Louis, Jan., 1850. s. Tench Coxe and Rebecca 
Coxe. Entered 18 12. One of the founders Philo. Head of the Branch 
BankU. S., St. Louis, m. ist., Lucy Fitzhugh ; 2d, 'Ma.ry A. Berr\'. 
tCHRISTIAN FREDERIC CRUSE, A. M. D. D., 1838. 

b. Phila., June 27, 1795 ; d. N. Y. City, Oct. 5, 1865. s. . Entered 

1812. One of the founders and the first Moderator Philo. Latin Saluta- 
torian. P. E. clergyman. Asst. Prof, 1831-33. Prof. St. Paul's Coll., N Y. 
Rector Trinity Ch., Fishkill, N. Y., 1847-53. Librarian Gen. Theol. Sem., 
N. Y. City, 1853-65. Translator " Eusebius' Eccles. Hist.," 1833, and 

reprinted by Bohn in London, 1858. m. . See Appleton, Allibone. 

tJAMESSPROAT DAVIDSON, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 27, 1796; d. Phila., Mch. 5, 1S21. s. William Davidson 

and Lydia . Entered 1812. One of the founders Philo. Student of 

theol. 
fWILLIAM MORRISON ENGLES, A.M. (D.D., Lafayette Coll. , 1838.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 12, 1797; d. Phila., Nov. 27, 1867. s. Silas Engles and 
Annie Patterson. Entered 1812. Mem. Philo. Presb. clerg^-man, and 
pastor 7th Presb. Ch., Phila., 1820-34. Editor The Presbyterian, and editor 
Bd. Pub. Presb. Ch. Author " Sick Room Devotions," and " The Soldiers' 
Pocket-Book," of which 300,000 copies were circulated, principally in the 
army, during the Civil War. m. Charlotte, dau. James Schott, Phila. 
See Appleton. 
t SAMUEL MARX, A.M. 

b. Richmond, Va., Mch. 4, 1796; d. Richmond, Va.. Dec. 7, i860, s. 
Joseph Marx and Richa Myers. Entered 181 2. IMem. Philo. Awarded a 
silver medal for scholarship. English Salutatorian. Merchant. Cashier 
Bank of Va. 

* The University Register is uncertaiu as to his name. Samuel J. and James J. Withy- 
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+ WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG, A.M. (D. D., Columbia Coll., 1834.) 
b. Phila., Sept. 16, 1796 ; d. N. Y. City, Apr. 8, 1877. s. Henry William 
Muhlenberg and Maty Sheafe. Entered 181 2. One of the founders and the 
second Moderator Philo. English Salutatorian. P. E. clergyman, and asst. 
min. Christ's Ch., Phila., 1817-22, and rector St. James' , Lancaster, Penna., 
1822-28, where he established the first public school in the State outside of 
Phila. Principal Flushing Inst, and rector St. Paul's Coll., L,. I., N. Y., 
1828-46. Supdt. and Chaplain St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y. City, 1858-77. 
Author hymns, among them " I Would Not Live Alway; " " Shout the Glad 
Tidings ; ' ' many tracts, essays, occasional poems and sermons, and besides 
published "Church Poetry;" "Christian Education;" "Christ and the 
Bible ; " " ' I Would Not Live Alway,' with the Story of the Hymn," etc. 
See Life by Ann Ay res and that by Rev. IV. W. Newton. Appleton, 
Allibone. 

tTHOMAS McKEAN PETTIT, A.M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 26, 1797 ; d. Phila., May 30, 1853. s. Andrew Pettit and 
Elizabeth McKean. Entered 181 2. One of the founders Philo. Lawyer. 
City Solicitor Phila., 1820. Dep. Atty.-Gen. Sup. Ct. and Oyer and Term. 
Cts. Penna., 1824-26. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1830. Mem. Select Coun. 
Phila., 1831. Judge Dist. Ct. Phila., 1832-35. Pres. Judge Dist. Ct. Phila., 
1835-45. U. S. Dist.-Atty. E. D. Penna., 1845. Sec. Bd. Public Education 
Phila., 1819-21. Vice-Pres. Hist. Soc. Penna. Appointed by Pres. Van 
Buren, one of the Bd. Visitors to West Pt. Direc. U. S. Mint, Phila., 1853. 
Assisted Thomas Sergeant to prepare "The Common Law Reports of Eng- 
land." Published many addresses, m. Sarah Barry, dau. Como. Richard 
Dale, U. S. N. See McKean Family by R. Buchanan. Simpson, Appleton, 
Allibone. 

t EDWARD RAWLE, A.M. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Sept. 22, 1797 ; d. New Orleans, Nov. 4, 1880. s. William 
Rawle and Sarah Coates Purge. Entered 1812. One of the founders Philo. 
Lawyer. Assoc. Judge City Ct. New Orleans, 1825. Atty. Second Munici- 
pality N. O., 1839-46. One of the founders and originators of the Public 
Sch. system N. O., and Pres. First Sch. Bd. of the Second Municipality. 
One of the founders and a life mem. Second Municipality Public Sch. Lye. 
and Lit. Soc. N. O. Fell. N. O. Acad. Sci., 1856. Pres. Keystone Assn. 
N. O. m. Appolina Sarah Claiborne, dau. Joseph Saul, N. O. See Keith. 

•{•HENRY RAWLE. 

b. Phila., July 10, 1799 ; d. Phila., June 2, 1816. s. William Rawle and 
Sarah Coates Burge. Entered 1812. One of the founders Philo. See Keith. 

t WILLIAM HENRY WEST, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 17, 1797 ; d. Phila., June 5, 1853. s. Francis West and 
Mary Nixon. Entered 1812. One of the founders Philo. Planter m Va. 

m. . 

tOEORGE BACON WOOD, A.M. M. D., 1818. (LL. D., Coll. N. J., 1858.) 

b. Greenwich, N. J., Mch. 13, 1797; d. Phila., Mch. 30, 1879. s. Rich- 
ard Wood and EHzabeth Bacon. Entered 1812. Third Moderator Philo. 
Valedictorian. Physician. Prof. Chem., 1822-31, and of Mat. Med. Phila. 
Coll. Phar., 1831-35. Prof. Mat. Med. and Phar., 1835-50, and of Theory 
and Pract. Med., 1850-60, and Emer. Prof, of the last, 1860-79. Attend. 
Phys. Penna. Instit. Deaf and Dumb, 1822-44, and Penna. Hosp., 1835-59. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1827, and its Pres.; 1848-79. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc. 
1829, and its Pres., 1859-79 ; Phila. Med. Soc, 1817 ; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 
1819; Am. Med. Assn., 1847, and its Pres., 1855-56. Pres. Nat Conv. 
Revision of Pharmacop., 1850-60. Trustee Girard Coll. Phila., 1833-41. 
Trustee, 1863-79. In 1865 he endowed an auxiliary faculty of medicine in 
the Univ. Penna., composed of five chairs. With Franklin Bache, M. D. 
(Class 1810) he published " The Dispensatory of the U. S.;" " A Treatise on 



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the Practice of Medicine ; " "A Treatise on Therap. and Pharmacology, or 
Mat. Med.;" "Hist, of the Univ. of Penna.," etc. m. Caroline, dau. Peter 
Hahn, Phila. See Mrs. J. R. Wood's Family Sketches. Memoir by S. 
Littell, M.D., and by Henry Hartshorne, M.D. Appleton, Allibone^ 
Atkifison. 

Non-Graduates. 
tCHARLES MANIGAULT. 

b. Charleston, S. C, Apr. 7, 1795 ; d. Charleston, S. C, Apr. 30, 1874. 
s. Gabriel Manigault and Margaret Izard. Entered 1812. Merchant and 
rice-planter. Was member of a militia company for defence of Phila., 1814. 
m. Elizabeth Manigault, dau. Nathaniel Heyward, S. C. See MunselVs 
Am. Ances., vol. v. Applelon. 

tJOHN JAMES RICHARDS. 

b. near Chester, Penna., ; d. Chester, Penna., June 27, 1822. s. 

Jacob Richards, Jr. (Class 1791) and Elizabeth James. Entered 1812. One 
of the founders Philo. Lawyer. Capt. "Penna. Artillerists" of Chester, 
Penna. m. EUza, dau. Major William Anderson, Chester, Penna. 

t EDWARD SMITH SAYRES. 

b. Marcus Hook, Del. co., Penna., Oct. 6, 1799; d. Phila., Mch. 29, 
1877. s. Caleb Smith Sayres, M. D., and Susan Richards. Entered 1812. 
Merchant. Vice-consul Brazil, 1841 ; of Portugal, 1850 ; of Sweden and 
Norway, 1854 ; of Denmark, 1862 ; and in 1872 hon'y consul of Brazil, for 
long and faithful services to the empire. At the time of his death was Dean 
of the Consular Corps, Phila. m. Jane, dau. John Humes, Phila. See 
Applelon. 

1816. 

fTHOMAS LEECH BOILEAU, A. M. 

b. Montg. CO., Penna., 1796; d. Beaver Meadows, Penna., 1855. s. 
Nathaniel B. Boileau and Hester Leech. Entered 1813. Moderator Philo. 
Lawyer. 
tJAMES PHILLIPS FREEMAN, M. D., 1819. 

b. Phila., Dec. 11, 1796; d. Phila., Oct. 30, 1819. s. Tristram B. Free- 
man and Sarah A. Gebhard. Entered 1813. Mem. Philo. Physician. 

t NICHOLAS HAMMOND, JR., A. M. (M. D., Univ. Md., 1823.) 

b. Easton, Talbot co., Md., Nov. 5, 1795; d. Easton, Talbot co., Md., 
Nov. 10, 1831. s. Nicholas Hammond and Rebecca HoUyday. Entered 
1813. Moderator Philo. Awarded a silver medal for scholarship. Physi- 
cian, m. Anna Caroline, dau. Dr. Howes Goldsborough, Dorchester co., 
Md. 

t ISAAC HAYS, A. M. M. D., 1820. 

b. Phila., July 5, 1796 ; d. Phila., Apr. 13, 1879. s. Samuel Hays and 
Richea Gratz. Entered 1813. Mem. Philo. Physician. Surg. Penna. 
Infirm., Diseases Eye and Ear, 1822-27; and to Wills Hosp., 1834-54; and 
to Phila. Orphans' Asyl., and to Phila. Dispen., and to Southern Dispen., and 
to Penna. Instit. for Instruct. Blind. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., 1818, and 
its Pres., 1865-69; Am. Phil. vSoc, 1830, and one of its Coun., 1853-77. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1835, and one of its Censors, 1860-79. One of the 
founders, and for many years vSec, Franklin Inst., Phila. One of the 
founders Am. Med. Assn., 1847, and its Treas., 1S48-52. He was the author 
of its code of ethics, which has since been adopted by every State and county 
med. soc. in the U. S. Mem. Phila. ]Med. Soc. ; Med. Soc. State Penna. ; 
Phila. Qo. Med. Soc. ; and State Med. Socs. N. Y. and R. I. Vice-Pres. 
Alumni Soc, Med. Dept. Pres. Ophthal. Soc, Phila. Corres. Mem. Gyn- 
a.'Col. Soc, Boston. Aasoc. IMl. Acad. Arts and Sci., Boston. Hon'y 
Mem. Med. SoC, Hamburg. Mem. Societe Universelle d'Ophthalmologie ; 
CongrSs M^dicale Internationale de Paris. Hon'y Mem. Am. Ophthal. 



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Soc. Mem. Med. Soc, Balto., Md. ; Acad. Med., Abington, Va. Editor 
Phila. Jour. Med. and Phys. Sci., 1820, which later assumed the name 
The Ant. Jour. Med. Sci., and he continued iu that capacity until 
1869. He established Med. News, 1843, and Monthly Abst. Med. Sci., 
1874. Edited Wilson's " Amer. Ornithology;" Hoblyn's "Diet, of 
Terms used in Med. and the Collateral Sci.;" Laurence's "Treatise on 
Diseases Eye," etc. m. Sarah, dau. Isaac Minis. S(t& Appleton, Atkinson. 
Memoir by Alfred Stille, M. D., LL. D., and by Daniel C. Brinton, M. D., 
LL. D. Allibone. 
tJOHN JULIUS KEATING, A. M. 

b Phila., Sept. 16, 1798 ; d. Phila., May 20, 1S24. s. John Keating and 
Eulalia Deschapelles. Entered 1813. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Legis., 1823-24. m. Elizabeth, dau. Hon. Joseph Hopkinson (Class 1786). 

tWILLIAM HYPOLITUS KEATING, A. M. 

b. Wilmington, Del., Aug. 11, 1799; d. London, Eng., May 17, 1840. 
s. John Keating and Eulalia Deschapelles. Entered 18 13. Mem. Philo. 
Studied at polytechnic and mining schools in France and in Switzerland. 
Law>'er. Chemist. Prof. Mineralogy and Chem., 1822-28. Prof. Chem., 
Franklin lustit. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1822. Published " Narrative of an 
Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's River." m. Elizabeth, dau. Eric 
Bollmann. See Appleton. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 

+ THOMAS MEREDITH, JR., A. M. 

b. Wanvick twp., Bucks co., Penna., July 7, 1795; d. Raleigh, N. C, 
Nov. 13, 1850. s. Thomas Meredith and Charlotte Hough. Entered 1813. 
Mem. Philo. Bapt. clergyman. Founder and editor Baptist Interpreter, 
and of the Biblical Recorder. Published " Christianity and Slavery," etc. 
m. Georgia, dau. Capt. George Tears, New Berne, N. C. See Sprague, 
Allibone. 

Non-Graduates. 
f WILLIAM N. ANDERSON. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered iS 13. Mem. Philo. 
t SAMUEL N. DAVIES. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1813. Mem. Philo. 
tJAMES HUNTER EWING, M. D., 1821. (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1818. A. M., Coll. 

' b. Trenton, N. J., Apr. 2, 1798; d. Phila., Mch. 28, 1827. s. Maskell 

Ewing and Jane Hunter. Entered 1813. Mem. Philo. Physician. Attend. 

Phys. Phila. Hosp. See Sketch in North Atn. Med. and Surg. Jour. , Phila., 

Oct., 1827. 
t SAMUEL SIMON SCHMUCKER, A. B., gratiae causa, 1819. A. M., gratiae 

causa, 1823. (D. D., Rutgers Coll., 1832.) 

b. Hagerstown, Md., Feb: 28, 1799 ; d. Gettysburg, Penna., July 26 1873. 

s. Rev. John George Schmucker, D. D., and Catharine Gross. Entered 18x4. 

Mem. Philo. Studied at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1817-18. Luth. 

clergvman, and pastor New Market, Va., 1820-26. Founder and Prof. Dogm. 

Theol, Theol. Sem. Luth. Ch., Gettysburg, Penna., 1826-64. Prof. Intel. Sci 

Penna. Coll., 1832-33. Author " Biblical Theology ; " " Popular Theology ; 

"Am. Lutheran Ch.," etc. m. ist, Catherine Steenbergeu, Mt. Airy, Va.; 

2d, Esther Wagner, Phila. See Appleton, Allibone. 
t ISAAC WILLIS. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1813. Mem. Philo. 

1817. 
t NATHANIEL OGDEN CLARK. _ . ^ , 

b. Fairton, Cumberland co., N. J., Jan. i, I797 ; d. Fairton, Cumber- 
land CO., N. J., Feb. 5, 1819. s. James Clark, Assoc. Judge Cumberland Co. 
Ct., N. J., and Sarah Dayton. Entered 1S14. Mem. Philo. Law student. 



56 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1817 

fTIMOTHY WARD COE. 

b. Springfield, N. J., ; d. Springfield, N. J., Aug. 12, 1819. s. Hal- 

sted Coe and Abbie Ward. Entered 1814. Moderator Philo. 

tJOHN NESBITT CONYNGHAM, A. M. hh. D., 1869. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1798; d. Magnolia, Miss., Feb. 23, 1871. s. David 
Hayfield Conyngham and Mary West. Entered 1814. Moderator Philo. 
Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis. Pres. Judge Ct. Com. PI., Luzerne co., 
Penna., 1850-71. Pres. Am. Ch. Misny. Soc, 1839-70. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1848. Author of many addresses, m. Ruth Ann, dau. Gen. Lord Butler. 
See Biograph. Encyc. of Penna. 

t EDMUND SIDNEY COXE, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 18, iSoo ; d. Phila., May 5, 1861. s. Tench Coxe and 
Rebecca Coxe. Entered 1814. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

fWILLIAM BALDWIN DAVIDSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 9, 1802; d. Phila., Dec. 27, 1831. s. William Da\'idson 
and Elizabeth Baldwin. Entered 1814. Lawyer. One of the founders 
Union Benev. Assn., Phila. 

tJOHN MATHER JACKSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Apr. 19, 1822. s. Paul Jackson and Jane 

Mather. Entered 1814. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. See Martin's Hist. 
Chester, Penna. 

t GEORGE READ, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 10, 1797 ; d. Phila., Mch. 18, 18S9. s. William Read and 
Anne McCall. Entered 1814. Moderator Philo. U. S. Consul Malaga, 
Spain, 1817-55. 

+JOHN WHARTON WEST, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 24, 1798; d. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 24, 1852. s. Francis 
West and Mary Nixon. Entered 1814. Mem. Philo. Midshipman U. S. N., 
1818; Lieut., 1827; Master, 1847. 

Non-Graduates. 
tMcKEAN BUCHANAN. 

b. Balto., Md., July 27, 1798; d. Charlestown, Mass., Mch. 18, 1871. s. 
George Buchanan, M. D., and Loetitia McKean. Entered 1814. Mem. 
Philo. Merchant. Warrant elk. Navy Dept., Washington, D. C, 1823-26. 
Purser U. S. N., 1826 ; Paymaster U. S. N., i860; Pay Director U. S. N., 
1861-71. Was engaged in Mexican War. Was serving on board U. S. S. 
Congress when attacked by the Confederate Ram Virginia (Merrimac) 
under the command of his brother, in the naval battle in Hampton 
Roads, 1862. m. Frances Selina, dau. Col. Isaac Roberdeau, U. S. A. See 
Ceneal. McKean Family. Geneal. Roberdeau Family. 

t THOMAS LEAMING CALDWELL (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Phila., Nov. 19, 1799; d. Louisville, Ky., . s. Charles Caldwell, 

M. D., and Eliza Leaming. Entered 18 14. Mem. Philo. Physician. Surg. 
U. S. Vols., Mexican War. m. Mary Jane, dau. John D. Clifford, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 

t JACOB BAKER COMEGYS. 

b. Phila., Mch. 9, 1797 ; d. at sea Apr. 28, 1833. s. Cornelius Comeg>'s 
and Catherine Baker. Entered 1814. Mem. Philo. U. S. Agt. Is. of Trini- 
dad, 1820-33. m. Sarah Perry, dau. Judge Lee, New Brunswick, Canada. 

fWASHINGTON HARRIS. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1814. Mem. Philo. Clergyman. 



I8l8] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 57 

tWILLIAM BRANSON LARDNER. 

b. "Somerset," near Phila., Mch. 6, 1799; d. Phila., Nov., 1821. s. 
Hon. John Lardner and Margaret Saltan Entered 18 14. Mem. Philo. See 
Keith. 
tALEXANDER MAGNUS MURRAY. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. Como. Alexander Murray, U. S. N., and 

Mary Miller.' Entered 18 14. Mem. Philo. 

t ISRAEL PEMBERTON PLEASANTS. 

b. Phila., 179S ; d. Phila., 1852. s. Israel Pleasants and Ann Franklin. 
Entered 1814. Mem. Philo. Stock broker. Direc. Wills Hosp., Phila. 
m. Esther, dau. Henry S. Drinker, Phila. See Keith. 
t BENJAMIN RUSH RHEES, M. D., 1821. 

b, ; d. . s. Rev. Morgan John Rhees and Anne Ivoxley. 

Entered 1814. Moderator Philo. Physician. 
tJACOB LODENYK SHARPE. 

b. Phila., Feb. 25, 1798; d. Phila., Apr. 10, 1873. s. Lodenyk Sharpe 
and Elizabeth Somers. Entered 1814. Mem. Philo. Merchant. m. 
Matilda, dau. Robert Mason. 
t CHARLES A. WALKER. 

Registered as fr. Md. Entered 1S14. Mem. Philo. 
fWILLIAM C. WALKER. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1814. Mem. Philo. 

1818. 

fWlLLIAM ASHMEAD, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1798 ; d. Phila., Dec. 2, 1829. s. William Ashmead and Mar- 
garet . Entered 1815. Mem. Philo. Presb. clergyman and pastor, 

Charleston, S. C. Published ' ' Essay on Pauperism, ' ' addressed to the Penna. 
]>gis. m. Clara Forrester, Newtown, Bucks co., Penna. See Sprague. 

i-HUGH McMillan, a. M. (D.D., Miami Univ., 1855.) 

b Chester Dist, S. C, 1794; d. Cedarville, O., i860, s. . Entered 

1815. Mem. Philo. Presb. clergj^man. Prof. Bib. Lit. Theol. Sem. Ref. 
Presi). Ch. 

+ HENRY MICHAEL MASON, A.M. D. D., 1838. (A. M., Coll. N. J., gratise 
causa, 1 82 1.) 

b. Barbadoes, W. I. ; d. Easton, Md., Apr. 25, 1868. s. Philip Mason 

and . Entered 18 15. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. 

Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1823. P. E. clergyman. Published " S. Chry- 
sostom on the Priesthood," a translation; "A Compend. of Ecclesiastical 
Hist.;" " Selectae e Patribus, " etc. m. . Sqq Allibone. 

tJAMES MURRAY MASON, A.M. 

b. Analosta, Fairfax co., Va., Nov. 3, 1798; ^- "^ar Alexandria, Va. 
Apr. 28, 1871. s. Gen. John Mason and Anna Maria Murray. Entered 
1815. Moderator Philo. Studied law at William and Mary Coll., 1819-20. 
Lawyer. Mem. House of Del. Va., 1826-32. Pres. Elector, 1833. M. C, 
1837-39. U. S. Senator Va., 18^7-61. Pres. U. S. Senate. Commissioner 
of Conf. States to Gt. Britain and France, 1862. m. Eliza Margaretta dau. 
Benjamin Chew (Class 1775). See Keith, Lanman's Civil Govt., Appleton. 

i-THEOPHILUS PARVIN, A.M. 

b Fairton, Cumberiand co., N. J., I799 ; d. Fairton, Cumberiand co^ 
N J Dec. 15, 1835. s. Theophilus Parvin and Bethsheba Clarke. Entered 
1815, Moderator Philo. Studied at Theol. Sem. Princeton, N. J. Presb. 



58 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI^VANIA. [1818 

clerg\-man ; misny. and teacher in Buenos Ayres, S. A., 1823-29. Translated 
into Spanish a number of religious books and tracts, which were published 
in Buenos Ayres. m. Mar>', dau. Hon. Csesar Augustus Rodney (Class 1789). 

tJAMES MARTIN STAUGHTON, A. M. M. D., 1821. (A. M., Coll. N. J., gratise 
causa, 1 82 1.) 

b. Bordentown, N. J., 1800; d. Cincinnati, O., Aug. 8, 1833. s. Rev. 
William Staughton, D. D., and Maria Hanson, Entered 1815. Moderator 
Philo. Physician. Prof. Chem. and Geol., Columbian Coll., D. C, 1821. 
Prof. Surg. Columbian Coll., D. C, 1821-30. Prof. Surg. Med. Coll., Ohio 
1830. m. Louisa Worallo, widow of Patrick, Birmingham, Eng. 

t PETER VAN PELT, JR., A. M. (D. D., St. John's Coll., Md., 1856.) 

b. Mt. Holly, N. J., Sept. 20, 1798 ; d. Phila., Aug. 20, 1873. s. Peter 
Van Pelt, M. D., and Elizabeth Drayson Hall. Entered 1815. Moderator 
Philo. P. E. clergyman. Rector Port Royal, S. C, and asst. min. Ch. 
Epiphany, Phila. Prof. Oriental Lang., Burlington Coll., N. J. Prof. 
Oriental Lang., P. E. Divin. Sch.. Phila. Sec. Bd. Foreign Misns., P. E. Ch. 
m. Abby Ann King, dau. Joseph King Turner. 

1819. 

t FRANCIS PORTEUS CORBIN, A. M. 

b. Caroline CO., Va., Feb., 1801 ; d. Paris, France, Mch. 19, 1S76. s. , 

Entered 1S16. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 

t SAMUEL MICKLE FOX, A. M. M. D., 1822. 

b. Phila., 1800; d. N. Y. City, Dec. 19, 1849. s. Samuel Mickle Fox 

and Sarah Pleasants. Entered 1816. Moderator Philo. Physician, m. 

Eliza, dau. Francis De Pau. 
t HENRY DILWORTH GILPIN, A.M. 

b. Lancaster, Eng., Apr. 14, 1801 ; d. Phila., Jan. 29, i860, s. Joshua 

Gilpin and Mary Dilworth. Entered 18 16. Moderator Philo. Valedictorian. 

Lawyer. U. S. Dist.-Atty. E. D. Penna., 1831-35. Solicitor U. S. Treas., 

1837. Atty.-Gen. U. S., 1840-41. Pres. Acad. Fine Arts, Phila. Vice-Pres. 

Hist. Soc. Penna. Trustee, 1853-58. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1832. Direc. 

Girard Coll., Phila., 1856-58. Assoc. Mem. Mass. Hist. Soc. Sec. and Direc. 

Chesapeake and Del. Canal. Appointed by Pres. Jackson Govt. Direc. 

U. S. Bank, 1833 ; renominated for same, 1835, but rejected by U. S. Senate. 

Beside contributing to periodicals, he published " Gilpin's Reports," i vol.; 

" Opinions of Attorneys-General of the U. S.," beside many addresses, and 

edited " The Papers of James Madison." m. Mrs. Eliza Johnston, New 

Orleans, La. See Appleton, Memorial of Henry D. Gilpin, Allibone. 
fWILLIAM SHEAFF HELMUTH, A. M. M. D., 1824. 

b. Phila., Feb. 19, iSoi ; d. Phila., Apr. 8, 1880. s. John Keppele Hel- 

muth (Class 1792) and Katherine Sheaff. Entered 1816. Mem. Philo. 

Physician. Prof. Instit. and Pract. Med., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 

1849-53. Phys. Southwark Dispen. Published a number of addresses, m. 

1st, Elizabeth, dau. Joseph Sims ; 2d, INIary Key, dau. Thomas Hanson Belt, 

Balto., Md. 
t GEORGE WASHINGTON HOPKINS, A. M. 

b. Lancaster, Penna., ; d. Lancaster, Penna., Apr. 21, 1833. s. 

James Hopkins and . Entered 1816. Lawyer, m. Mary, dau. Hon. 

Walter Franklin. 
JAMES KITCHEN,* A. M. M. D., 1S22. (M. D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 

1852.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 8, 1800. s. James Kitchen and Elizabeth Dismore. 

Entered 1S16. Physician. Quarantine Phys. Phila., 1831. Port Phys. 

Phila., 1833-37. Contributor to med. journals. Address, 715 Spruce St., 

Phila. 
* Dr. Kitchen is now (1893) the oldest .surviving graduate of the College Dept. 



1 8 19] COLI^EGK DEPARTMENT. 59 

fTHOMAS McEUEN, A. M. M. D., 1821. 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1799; d. Phila., Feb. 27, 1873. s. Thomas McEuen 
and Hannah Parry. Entered 18 16. Physician. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1830 ; 
Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila.; Franklin Instit., Phila. One of the original trustees 
of Girard Coll. Pres. Penna. State Soc. Cincinnati. Sec. -Gen. Nat. Soc. 
Cincinnati. Contributor io Jour. Acad. Nat. Set. m. Anne Middleton, dau. 
Ralph Izard, Charleston, S. C. 

t FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG, A.M. M. D., 1823. 

b. Phila., 1802; d. Phila., June 11, 1837. s. Henry William Muhlen- 
berg and Mary Sheafe. Entered 1816, Mem. Philo. Physician. 

t GEORGE POTTS, A. M. (D. D., Univ. City of N. Y., 1838.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 15, 1802; d. N. Y. City, Sept. 15, 1864. s. . 

Entered 1816. Mem. Philo. Studied at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J. 
Presb. clergyman, and pastor Natchez, Miss., 1823-36; Duane St. Ch., 
N. Y. City, 1836-44 ; and Univ. Place Ch., N. Y. City, 1845-64. Published 

a few occasional sermons and addresses, m. . See Appleton, Presb. 

Eft eye. 

tJOHN SELBY PURNELL, A. M. 

b. near Snow Hill, Worcester co., Md., Sept. 11, 1799; d. Beriin, 
Worcester co., Md., Sept. 7, 1874. s. John Selby Purnell and Santa Robins. 
Entered 18 1 6. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Farmer. Mem. House of Del., Md., 
1831 and 1838. m. Margaret Campbell, dau. Francis Jenkins Henry. 

fWILLIAM UNDRILL PURNELL, A. M. 

b. Cedartown, Worcester co., Md., Dec. 26, 1801 ; d. Cedartown, Worces- 
ter CO., Md., May 14, 1853. s. Littleton Robins Purnell and Mary Ironshire. 
Entered 1816. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, mclit. and farmer. Mem. House of 
Del., Md., 1830 and 1844. State Senator Md., 1S38-39. Mem. Bd. Public 
Works, Md. m. Eleanor Horsey, dau. Judge James Bowdoin Robins (Class 
1788). 

fWILLIAM RUSH, A. M. M. D., 1823. 

b. Phila., May 11, 1801 ; d. Phila., Nov., 1864. s. Benjamin Rush, 
M. D., signer Declaration of Independence, and Julia Stockton. Entered 
1816. Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Elizabeth Fox, dau. Hugh Roberts, 
Phila. CO., Penna. See Keith. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc., Phila. 

fWILLIAM BIDDLE SHEPARD, A. M. 

b. New Berne, N. C, 1799; d. Elizabeth City, N. C, 1852. s. . 

Entered 1816. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. M. C, 1827-37. State Senator 

N. C, 1838-48. m. ist, Cazenove, Alexandria, Va.; 2d, Collins, 

Edenton, N. C. See Wheeler's Reminiseences of N. C. 

fTHOMAS BUCKBURN TURNER, A. M. 

b. near Charlestown, Jefferson co., W. Va., circa 1799 ; d. Fauquier co., 
Va., 1847. s. Henry Smith Turner and Catherine Blackburn. Entered 
1816. Mem. Philo. Planter, m. ist, Catherine Augusta, dau. Judge 
Brokenborough, Port Royal, Va. ; 2d, May Fenton, dau. Gustavus B. 
Wallace, King George co., Va. ; 3d, Link Berryman, Port Royal, Va. See 
Hay den's Va. Geneal. 

f GARRETT VAN GELDER, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. circa 1870. s. . Entered 1816. Tutor, 1826. 

f ROBERT JAMES WALKER, A. M. 

b. Northumberland, Penna., July 23, 1801 ; d. Washington, D. C, Nov. 
II, 1869. s. Judge Jonathan Hoge Walker and Lucy Duncan. Entered 1816. 
Moderator Philo. Latin Salutatorian. Lawyer. Reporter Sup. Ct. Miss. 
U. S. Senator Miss., 1836-45. Sec. U. S. Treas., 1845-49. Gov. Kansas 
Terr., 1857-58. U. S. Financial Agt. Europe, 1863. One of the editors 
Continental Monthly, m. Mary Blechynden, dau. Hon. Richard Bache, Jr. 
See Appleton. 



6o UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1819 

tJOHN SALTAR WHARTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1799; (i. Phila., Aug. 10, 1835. s. Kearney Wharton and 
Maria Saltar. Entered 18 16. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. See Wharton 
Family. 
f SAM U EL WILSON, A. M. M. D., 1823. 

b. Phila., Oct. 3, 1803 ; d. Phila., Feb. 3, 1832. s. Rev. James Patriot 
Wilson, D. D. (Class 1788) and Mary Hall. Entered 1816. Mem. Philo. 
Physician, m. Elizabeth, dau. James Paul. See Rodman Family. 

Non-Graduates. 
t HENRY FRANKLIN. 

b. near Berlin, Worcester co., Md., ; d. . Entered 1816. Mem. 

Philo. m. Mary Purnell. 

tJOHN REYNOLDS KNOX, M. D., 1827. (A. B., Yale, 1822. A.M.Yale, 1825.) 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered 1816. Mem. Philo. 

Physician. 

1820. 
t HENRY PAUL BECK, A.M. 

b. Phila., 1802; d. Phila., Sept. 23, 1874. s. Paul Beck, Jr. and Mary 
Harvey. Entered 1817. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Emily, dau. Jonathan 
Dwight. 

fWILLIAM WHITE CHEW, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 12, 1803; d. Phila., Nov. 13, 1S51. s. Benjamin Chew 
(Class 1775) and Catherine Banning. Entered 1817. Mem. Philo. Sec. 
U. S. Legation to Russia, 1837, and Charge d'AflFaires, 1839-40. See Keith. 

t SAMUEL S. COCHRAN, A.M. 

Registered as fr. Phila. Entered 18 17. Moderator Philo. 
tGUSTAVUS COLHOUN, A. M. M. D., 1823. 

b. Phila., Nov. 22, 1800; d. Natchez, Miss., Dec. 15, 1872. s. Gusta\Tis 
Colhoun and Martha Spotswood. Entered 181 7. Physician. Resdt. Phila. 
Hosp. Surg, to an East India merchantman. Practiced in Natchez, but 
soon abandoned his profession to become a planter, m. Eliza Zane, dau. 
Adam Bingaman, Natchez, Miss. 
tJOSEPH MICHAEL DORAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 10, 1800; d. Phila., June 6, 1859. s. Michael Doran and 
Mary Lai or. Entered 18 17. Mem. Philo. Studied for a short time at 
Georgetown, (D. C.) Coll. Lawyer. City Solicitor Southwark Dist. Phila., 
1835. Mem. Const. Conv. Penna., 1837. Judge Ct. Gen. Sess. Phila., 
1840-43. m. Ann Luker, dau. Rev. Griffin Callahan, Accomac co., Va. 
tJOHN F. D. HEINEKEN, A.M. M. D., 1S23. 

1). Holland, ; d. . s. John H. C. Heineken, Dutch Consul at 

Phila., and Maria Elizabeth . Entered 1817. Physician. 

fALBERT HELFFENSTEIN, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 14, i8or ; d. North Wales, Montg. co., Penna., Sept. 12, 
1870. s. Rev. vSanmel Helffenstein and Anna Christina Stiteley. Entered 
181 7. Dutch Ref. clergyman. 
fSAMUEL HELFFENSTEIN, A.M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 13, 1800; d. North Wales, Montg. co., Penna., May 21. 
1869. s. Rev. Samuel Helffenstein and Anna Christina Stiteley. Entered 

1817. Dutch Ref. clergyman, m. Catherine Worrell, widow of Johnson. 

tJOHN NORCOM, A. M. (M. D. Univ. Md.. 1825.) 

b. Edenton, N. C, Dec. 1800; d. Edenton, N. C.,Jan. 21, 1856. s. 
James Norconi, M. D., and Mary Matilda Horiiiblew. Entered 1817. Mem, 
Philo. Physician. Mayor of Washington, N. C. Justice Ct. Quar. Sess. Beau- 
fort co., N. C. m. Ann Eunice, dau. Thomas Walker, Washington, N. C. 



l82o] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 6r 

tJOHN RODMAN PAUL, A.M. M. D., 1823. 

b. Phila., Jan. 24, 1802; d. Phila., Oct. 13, 1877. s. James Paul and 
Elizabeth Rodman. Entered 18 17. Moderator Philo. Physician, practiced 
until 1844 when he became interested in manufacturing enterprises in 
Penna. and N. J. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1836, and its Treas., r839-77- 
Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1820; Am. Med. Assn., 1847. Mem. Com. Coun. 
Phila., 1844. Mngr. Wills Hosp. Phila. and its Pres., and of Phila. Co. 
Prison and of Phila. Saving Fund, and of Phila. Contributionship for Ins. 
Direc. Bank of Commerce, Phila. Trustee, 1869-77. m. Elizabeth Duffield, 
dau. Henry Neill, M. D. See Rodmati Family, Rev. E. D. NeiWs Duf- 
field Family, Memoir by S. Littell, M. D. 

fWILLIAM ARCHIBALD READ, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 19, 1800; d. White Sulphur Spgs., Va., circa 1865. s. 
William Read, Consul-Gen. of Naples at Phila., and Anne McCall. Entered 
1817. Moderator Philo. Planter near New Orleans, La. 

t HENRY AUGUSTUS RILEY, A.M. M. D., 1825. 

b. N. Y. City, Nov. 21, 1801 ; d. Montrose, Penna., Mch., 17, 1878. s. 
Isaac Riley and Hannah Alsop. Entered 1817. Moderator Philo. Studied 
previously at Georgetown, (D. C.) Coll. After graduation studied law, but 
relinquished it soon for medicine. Practiced his profession in N. Y. City 
until 1829, when he entered Theol. Sem. Princeton, N. J., and was graduated 
1832. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Third Ch. Pittsburgh, Penna., 1833; Mat- 
teawan, N. Y., 1834; Eighth Ave. Ch. N. Y. City, 1835-39; Montrose, Penna , 
1839-63. m. ist, Emma Vaughan Smith, Chester co., Penna.; 2d, Blandina 
Miller, Cortland co., N. Y. 

t BEATON SMITH, A.M. M. D., 1823. 

b. Phila., 1802 ; d. Phila., May 20, 1861. s. Jonathan Smith and Mary 
Anne Frazer. Entered 1817. Physician, and practiced liis profession until 
1840, when he became Sec. Penna. Fire Ins. Co., Phila. m. ist, Mary 
Huddleston ; 2d, Theodosia Pettit. 

t ROBERT FRAZER SMITH, A.M. 

b. Phi&. 1804; d. Phila., Feb. 6, 1826. s. Jonathan Smith and Mary 
Anne Frazer. ^ Entered 1817. Lawyer. 

fTHOMAS STEWART, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. Thomas Stewart and . Entered 1817. 

Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

t FRANCIS JOSEPH TROUBAT, A.M. 

b Phila., July 14, 1801 ; d. Rainey, near Paris, France, June 19, 1868. 
s. John Troubat and Mary Salome Heidel. Entered 1817. Lawyer. One 
of the authors of "Troubat and Haley's Practice ; " author " Law of Lim- 
ited Partnerships," and editor of a number of legal works. See Appleton, 
Allibone. 

+ ROBERT WATSON, A. M. 

b. Pittsburgh, Penna., May 21, 1802 ; d. Pittsburgh, Penna., Oct. 3, 1874. 
s. Andrew Watson and Margaret Thomson. Entered 181 7. Moderator 
Philo. Lawyer. Practiced but a short time, and devoted the remainder of 
his life to the study of mathematics and the natural sciences. Published 
"Tables of Interest," etc. 

Non-Graduates. 

tSAMUEL JONES, M. D., 1822. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1817. Mem. Philo. Physician. 

fALEXANDER NEIL. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1S17. Mem. Philo. 



62 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1820 

i- THOMAS WILLING. 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1803 ; d. Phila., Oct. 18, 1834. s. William Shippeii 
Willing and Maria Wilhelmina Peters. Entered 181 7. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant, m. Maria Makin. See Keith. 

1821. 
t ROBERT McC. BARR, A.M. 

b. ; d. , 1850. s. . Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

Reporter Sup. Ct. Penna., 1845-50, and compiled 10 vols, of Reports. 

tWILLIAM CLIFFTON BRIDGES, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 25, 1804; d. Phila., Apr. 21, 1885. s. Culpeper Bridges 
and Sarah Cliffiton. Entered 1818. Merchant, m. Mary Jackson, dau. 
Charles Alexander Harper, Phila. 

tJOHN CADWALADER, A.M. LL. D., 1870. 

b. Phila., Apr. i, 1805 ; d. Phila., Jan. 26, 1879. s. Gen. Thomas Cad- 
walader (Class 1795) and Mary Biddle. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Law- 
yer. Vice- Provost Law Acad., Phila., 1833-53. Solicitor U. S. Bank, Phila. 
M. C, 1855-57. Judge U. S. Dist. Ct. E. D. Penna., 1858-79. Capt. 
militia company during the riots of 1844, Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1867. 
m. 1st, Mar\', dau. Hon. Horace Binney, LL. D.; 2d, Mrs. Henrietta Maria 
Mcllvaine, dau. Charles N. Baucker, Phila. See Keith, Appleton, Allibone. 

i-JOSEPH GIBBONS CLARKSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 17, 1804; d. Phila., Jan. 14, 1852. s. Samuel Clarkson 
and Sarah Gibbons. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Legis., 1832. Clk. Select Coun. Phila., 1833-40. See Memoir Gerardus 
Clarkson, M. D., by Samuel Clarkson. 

+ PIERCE CONNELLY, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 9, 1804; d. Florence, Italy, 1885. .s. Henry Connelly 
and Elizabeth Pierce. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman, which 
he renounced to become a R. C. priest and chaplain to the Earl of Shrews- 
bury. Recanted and was readmitted to the P. E. Ch. and officiated in Flor- 
ence, Italy, until his death. Published "Cases of Conscience by Pascal the 
Younger." m. Cornelia Peacock, Phila. 
•hWILLIAM DICK, JR. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Nov. 25,1822. s. William Dick and . 

Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. 
+ WILLIAM FULLERTON DUNCAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. - — . s. Matthew Duncan and Letitia . Entered 

181 8. Lawyer. See Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. , 
t HENRY EWING, A. M. 

b. Trenton, N. J., Sept. 19, 1803; d. Phila., Aug. 3, 1826. s. James 
Sergeant Ewing (Class 1787) and Catharine Margaretta Otto. Entered 1818. 
t THOMAS FASSITT, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. . Entered 1818. 

t ROBERT WILLIAM GOLDSBOROUGH, A. M. 

b. " Myrtle Grove," near Easton, Md., Oct. 18, iSoo ; d. WHiite Sulphur 
Spgs., Va., Aug. 14, 1857. s. Hon. Robert Henry Goldsborough and Hen- 
rietta Maria Nicols. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman, m. 
Rebecca HoUyday, dau. Nicholas Hammond, Isle of Jersey, Eng. See 
Hanson. 
fWILLIAM GOLDSBOROUGH, A. M. 

b. "Myrtle Grove," near Easton, Md., Apr. 12, 1S02 ; d. "Myrtle 
Grove," near Easton, Md., Feb. 10, 1890. s. Hon. Robert Henrj^ Golds- 
borough and Henrietta Maria Nicols. Entered 1S18. Mem. Philo. Lawj-er. 
Clk. U. S. Bank, Phila. Farmer, m. Mary Tilghman, dau. Gov. Charles 
Goldsborough (Class 1784). See Hanson. 



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^WILLIAM HARMAR, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 28, 1803; d. Phila., Jan. 22, 1878. s. Gen. Josiah Har- 
mar, of the Revo. Army, and Sarah Jenkins. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer, m. Mary Emma, dau. Daniel Buckley, Lancaster co., Penna. 

tSAMUEL JONES HENDERSON, A. M. 

b. "Lyngenon," near Bustleton, Phila., Apr. 25, 1S02 ; d. "Lyngenon," 
near Bustleton, Phila., June 27, 1850. s. Robert Henderson and Sarah Jones, 
and grandson Rev. Samuel Jones, D. D. (Class 1762). Entered 1818. Mem. 
Philo. Lawyer, m. Mary P., dau. Joshua Wright, Trenton, N. J. 

t GEORGE WASHINGTON HEYBERGER, A. M. 

b. ; d. Phila., Aug., 1863. s. . Entered 1818. Merchant. 

t ROWLAND PARRY HEYLIN, A. M. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 4, 1802; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 30, 1876. s. Isaac 

Heylin, M. D., and Esther Carter, widow of Parry. Entered 1818. 

Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Lucy M. Smith. 

tBENJAMIN HUTCHINS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 23, 1804 ; d. Albion, Ills., Mch. 6, 1891. s. Henry Joseph 
Hutchins (Class 1790) and Jane Simmons. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. 
Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1826. P. E. 
clergyman, m. Mary Hawn, dau. Emanuel Spangler, Phila. 

tJOSEPH SCREVEN INGLESBY, A. M. M. D., 1824. 

b. Georgetown, S. C, Nov. 2, 1800; d. Mt. Pleasant, Charleston (now 
Berkeley) co., S. C, Aug. 29, 1873. s. William Inglesbyand Mary Screven. 
Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Phys., and practiced his profession until 1842, 
when he became a planter, m. Mary C, dau. Judge WilUam Grant. 

t CHARLES BANCKER JAUDON, A. M. M. D., 1824. 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1802 ; d. N. Y. City, May 30, 1882. s. Daniel Jaudon 
and Anna McNeil. Entered 1818. Moderator Philo. Physician, m. Mary 
Taylor, dau. Como. William Bainbridge, U. S. N. 
tJOHN RIGHTER JONES, A. M. 

b. Salem, N. J., Oct. 2, 1803; killed in battle at New Berne, N. C, 
May 23, 1863. s. Rev. Horatio Gates Jones, D. D., and Esther Righter. 
Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Judge Ct. Com. PI. Phila., 1836-42. 
Col. 58th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-63. Published "The Quaker 
Soldier." m. Anna E. Laussat, widow Antony Laussat (Class 1821), and 
dau. Hon. Joseph Clay, Phila. See Appleton. 

>J- ANTONY LAUSSAT, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1806; d. Phila., Nov. 2, 1833. s. Pierre Antoine de Laussat 

and Jane . Entered 18 18. Lawyer. Vice-Provost Law Acad., Phila., 

1832. Mem. Penna. Legis. Published " An Essay on Equity in Penna." 

Edited Fonblanque's " Equity. " m. Anna E. , dau. Hon. Joseph Clay, Phila. 
See Appleton^ Allibone. 
fWILLIAM JONES LEIPER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 17, 1803 ; d. Phila., Sept. 27, i860, s. Thomas Leiper 
and Elizabeth Coultas Gray. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Cor- 
net First Trp. Phila. City Cav.; Capt. Washington Cav., Phila. S>Q& Camp- 
beWs Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 
t CHARLES McEUEN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec, 1801 ; d. Phila., Nov. 18, 1857. s. Thomas McEuen and 
Hannah Parry. Entered 1818. Lawyer. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1843. m. 
Mary Jane, dau. Richard Ashhurst, Phila. 



64 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [182I 

+ ROBERT MORRIS,* A. M. M. D., 1S35. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1S02 ; d. Phila., June 18, 1891. s. Robert Morris 
(who was a son of the " Financier") and Anna Shoemaker. Entered 1818. 
Lawyer, afterward a phys. m. ist, Caroline, dau. Henry Nixon ; 2d, L,ucy 
P., dau. Robert Morris Marshall, Va. See Keith. 

•i-CHARLES WILLIAM NASSAU, A. M. (D. D., Jeff. Coll., .) 

b. Phila., Apr. 12, 1804; d. Trenton, N. J., Aug. 6, 1S7S. s. William 
Nassau and Ann Parkinson. Entered 1818. Moderator Philo. Studied at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1822. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Norris- 
town, Norriton and Providence, Penna., 1825-2S ; teacher Montg. Sq., 
Penna., 1829-32, and pastor Norristown, Norriton and Providence, Penna., 
1832-33. Prof. Latin and Gr. Lang. Lafayette Coll., 1S41-50. Vice-Pres. 
Lafayette Coll., 1841-49. Pres. Lafayette Coll., 1849-50. Principal Fem. 
Sem. Lawrenceville, N. J., 1850-74. m. Hannah, dau. Robert Hamill. See 
Presb. Encyc. Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 

t ISAAC NORRIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 21, 1S02 ; d. "Hawthorn," near West Chester, Penna., 
July I, 1890. s. Joseph Parker Norris and Elizabeth Hill Fox. Entered 
1818. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Mary, dau. George Pepper, Phila. See 
Keith. 

t PHILIP PELTZ, JR., A. M. M. D., 1824. 

b. Phila., Nov. 30, 1802 ; d. Phila., July 22, 1858. s. Philip Peltz and 
Rebecca Brown. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Phj'sician. The first resdt. 
phys. in the Phila. Co. Prison. Mem. Phila. Co. Med. Soc. m. Elizabeth, 
dau. David Lentz. 

tJOHN READ, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 10, 1802 ;d. Phila.,-Sept. 19, 1846. s. William Read, 
Consul-Gen. of Naples at Phila., and Anne McCall. Entered 1818. Moder- 
ator Philo. Lawyer. 

tJOHN HOCKER SCHEETZ, A. M. 

b. Montg. CO., Penna., 1799; d. Phila., 1865. s. Gen. Henry Scheetz 
and Elizabeth Hocker. Entered 1818. Lawj^er. Clk. Cts. Montg. co., 
Penna. m. Margaret Plumsted. ^^^ Keith. Auge's Hist, of Montg. Co. ^ 
Penna. 
t DANIEL CHARLES HEATH SIMS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 14, 1803; d. Alachua co., E. Florida, Sept. 2, 1830. s. 
. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

fWADE T. SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1803; d. Phila., Oct. 10, 1851. s. . Entered 1818. Mem. 

Philo. 

tJOKN CHEW THOMAS, JR., A. M. M. D., 1824. 

b. Anne Arundel co., Md., Sept. 22, 1803 ; d. Balto., Md., Aug. 29, 1862. 
s. Hon. John Chew Thomas (Class 1783) and Mary Snowden. Entered 1818. 
Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Jane Lawrence, dau. Thomas Buckley, N. Y. 
City. See Thomas Family. 

t SAMUEL THOMAS, A. M. M. D., 1825. 

b. Phila., July 20, 1802; d. Phila., Feb. 17, 1S64. s. Evan William 
Thomas (Class 1787) and Martha Gray. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. 
Physician, m. Henrietta Graff. See Thomas Family. 

t GAVIN HAMILTON TOLAND, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1802; d. Phila., 1852. s. Henry Toland and . Entered 

1818. Merchant. 

* Known subsequently as Robert W Morris. 



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t CHARLES WAYNE, A. M. M. D., 1824. 

b. West Chester, Penna., ; d. , Aug. 19, 1828. s. . Entered 

1818. Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 1825-28. 

+JOHN WILTBANK, A. M. M. D., 1825. 

b. Phila., 1806; d. Phila., Sept. 11, i860, s. Rev. James Wiltbank 
(Class 1791) and Mary White. Entered 1818. Mem. Philo. Physician. 
Prof. Obstet. and Diseases Women and Children, Penna. Med. Coll., 1843- 
54. Obstet. Phila. Hosp. Phys. House of Refuge, 1829-31. Fell. Coll. Phys. 
Phila., 1843. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1825 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1847; Phila. 
Co. Med. Soc, 1849. ^- • 

Non-Graduate. 
fBRAINARD CLARK. 

b. Phila., July 25, 1803 ; d. Mt. Holly, N. J., Apr, 17, 1837. s. John 
Lardner Clark and Sophia Marion Ross. Entered 1818. Lawyer. 

1822. 
t MORGAN ASH, A.M. 

b. Phila., 1S04; d. Phila., May 26, 1875. s. James Ash and Rachel 
Morgan. Entered 1819. Lawyer, m. Ann Catherine, dau. James Ewer 
Sword. 

+ CHARLES SIDNEY BRADFORD, A.M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 16, 1804; d. Chestnut Hill, Phila., July 8, 1893. s, 
Samuel Fisher Bradford and Abigail Inskeep. Entered Junior Class, Dec, 
1820. Mem. Philo. Latin Salutatorian. Lawyer, m. Helen M., dau. 
Samuel J. Fisher. 

tGEORGE BRINTON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 7, 180;; d. Phila., June 3, 1858. s. John Hill Brinton 
(Class 1790) and Sarah Steinmetz. Entered 1819. Moderator Philo. m. 
Mary Margaret, dau. Hon. Charles Smith, LL. D., who was a s. Rev. Wil- 
liam Smith, D. D., Provost. See Brinton Family, Keith, H. IV. Smith's 
Life Rev. William Smith, D. D. 

fFERDINAND FARMER CARRELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. ; s. . Entered 1819. 

tJOHN CHAMBERLAIN. 

b. Lancaster, Penna., ; d. , 1822. s. . Entered 1819. 

Mem. Philo. 

f HENRY CHANCELLOR, A.M. 

b. Phila. , 1804; d. Gtn. , Phila. , . s. William Chancellor and Hannah 

Wharton. Entered 1819. Merchant, m. Caroline, dau. Louis Clapier. 

t JOSEPH ASHMEAD CLAY, A.M. 

b. Phila., June 3, 1806; d. Phila., Mch. 18, 1881. s. Hon. Joseph Clav 
and Mary Ashmead. Entered 1819. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Acad. 
Nat. Sci. Phila. Distinguished for his learning in natural science and espec- 
ially in mineralogy, m. Cornelia, dau. Noah Fletcher. 

tJACOB OTTO EWING, A.M. 

b. Pittstown, N. J., June 23, 1805 ; d. Newtown, Penna., Dec. 24, 1863. 
s. James Sergeant Ewing (Class 1787) and Catharine Margaretta Otto. 
Entered 181 9. Plumber. Farmer. 
fWILLEAM FRAZIER, A.M. 

b. , 1798 ; d. Phila., Jan. 25, 1832. s. . Entered 18 19. 



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fWILLIAM DOBSON GALLAHER, A.M. M. D., 1S25. 

b. Phila., Oct. 27, 1S03 ; d. Bristol, Penna., Dec. 10, 1S80. s. James 
Gallaher, M.D., and Margaret Dobsou. Entered 1819. Mem. Philo. 
Physician. 
fCHARLES INGERSOLL, A.M. 

b. Pliila., Dec. 8, 1805 ; d. at sea, Aug. 23, 1882. s. Hon. Charles Jared 
Ingersoll and Mary Wilcocks. Entered 1819. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Author " Fears for Democracy." m. Susan Catherine, dau. Gen. Brown, 
Tenn. See Keith, Allibone. 
t RALPH FARLEY IZARD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 28, 1804 ; d. Ivouisville, Ky., 1831. s. Maj.-Gen. George 
Izard, U. S. A. (Class 1792) and Elizabeth Carter Farley. Entered 181 9. 
Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 
t SAMUEL McKEAN LEIPER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 20, 1805; d. "Avondale," near Leiperville, Del. cc, 
Penna., Feb. 17, 1854. s. Thomas Leiper and Elizabeth Coultas Gray. 
Entered 1819. m. Mary, dau. Charles S. Lewis, M. D. 
t EDWARD MACALESTER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1805; d. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 2, 1S66. s. Charles 
Macalester and Ann Sampson. Entered 1819. 

tJONAS ALTAMONT PHILLIPS, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 22, 1806; d. Phila., Oct. i, 1862. s, Zalegman Phillips 
(Class 1795) and Arabella Solomons. Entered 1 819. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, 
m. Frances, dau. Moses Cohen, Charleston, S. C. See MunseWs Am. 
Ances., vol. iv. 
tJOHN CALVIN POTTS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1806 ; d. New Orleans, La., Oct. 19, 1891. s. . 

Entered 1819. Lawyer. Planter. Jury Comr. La., 186-. Maj. and Brigade 
Q. M. Conf. Army. m. Sarah Gustine. 
t SILAS ENGLES POTTS, A.M. M. D., 1827. 

b. Phila., 1806 ; d. Natchez, Miss., 1839. s. . Entered 1819. 

Physician. 
+ WILLIAM RICHARDSON PRICE, A. M. 

b. , Talbot CO., Md., ; d. Md., . s. James Price, Register 

of Wills, Talbot co., Md., and Mary Richardson. Entered 1819. Mem. 
Philo. Lawyer. 
+ WILLIAM BRADFORD REED, A.M. (LL. D., Harvard, i860.) 

b Phila , June 30, 1806 ; d. N. Y. City, Feb. 18, 1876. s. Joseph Reed 
and Maria Ellis Watmough. Entered 1819. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Vice- 
ProvostLaw Acad. Phila., 1840-41- Mem. Penna. Legis., 1834-35. Atty.- 
Gen Penna., 1838. State Senator Penna., 1841. Prof. Am. Hist., 1850. 
Private Sec to Hon. Joel R. Poinsett, U. S. Minister to Mexico, 1825-27. 
U. S. Minister to China, 1857-58. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc., 1856 ; Hist. Soc 
Penna Author " Life and Correspondence of Joseph Reed ; Life of 

Esther De Berdt, afterward Esther Reed ; " " Pres. Reed of Penna a Reply 
to George Bancroft and others ; " "A Rejoinder to Mr. Bancroft s Historical 
Es-,ay " beside numerous orations, addresses and controversial pamphlets on 
historical subiects. Edited the posthumous works of his brother. Prof. Henry 
Reed (Class 1825). m. ist, Louisa Whelan, Balto., Md.; 2d, Mar>' Love, 
dau. Robert Ralston, Phila. See Appleton, Allibotie. 

fWILLIAM JAMES REESE, A.M. ^, . ^ oo t k 

b Phila Aug. 5, 1804; d. Lancaster, Ohio, Dec. 17, 1883. s. Jacob 
Reese and Leah James. Entered 1819. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. Gen. 
State militia, Ohio. m. Mary Elizabeth, dau. Judge C. R. Sherman, Ohio. 



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t CHARLES EDWARD SMITH, A.M. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Lancaster, Penna., Mch. 6, 1804; d. Balto., Md., Jan. 2, 1829. s. 
Judge Charles Smith, IX. D. (who was a s. Rev. William Smith, D. D., 
Provost), and Mary Yeates. Entered 1819. Physician, m. Rebecca Owen 
Grogan, Balto., Md. See Keith. H. W. Smith's Life Rev. William 
Smith, D. D. 

tJOHN STILLE, JR., A. M. 

b, Phila., May 17, 1804; d. Xenia, O., Aug. 26, 1852, s. John Stille 
and Sarah Stansbury. Entered 1819. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Elizabeth 
Harriet Clarke. 
t RICHARD HENRY THOMAS, A. M. M. D., 1827. 

b. Anne Arundel co., Md., June 20, 1805 ; d. Balto., Md., Jan. 15, i860, 
s. Hon. John Chew Thomas (Class 1783) and Mary Snowden. Entered 1819. 
Mem. Philo. English Salutatorian. Phys., and min. Soc. of Friends. 
Lecturer Obstet., Balto., 1835. Prof. Obstet. Md. Med. Univ., 1847-58. 
Phys., Balto. Gen. Dispen., 1828-29. Frequent contributor to the medical 
press, m. ist, Martha, dau. James Carey, Balto., Md. ; 2d, Phebe, dau. John 
Clapp, N. Y. City ; 3d, Deborah C. Hinsdale, N. Y. City. See Thomas 
Family, Qiiinan's Med. Annals of Balto. 

t ROBERT J. THOMPSON, A. M. 

b. Ky., July 29, 1805 ; d. . s. Samuel Thompson and . Entered 

18 19. Moderator Philo. 
+ WILLIAM WILCOCKS WALN, A. M. 

b. Phila., circa 1805 ; d. Phila., . s. William Wain and Shoe- 
maker. Entered 1819. Clk. U. S. Custom House, San Francisco, Cal., and 
U. S. Custom House, Phila. Sec. to Commander Reed, U. S. N. in his 
voyage around the world. 
t THOMAS WHARTON, A. M. M. D., 1826. 

b. Phila., 1805; d. Phila., Mch. 17, 1830. s. Fishbourne Wharton and 
Susan Shoemaker. Entered 1819. Mem. Philo. Physician. See Wharton 
Family. 

1823. 
i-JOSEPH BANKS, A. M. 

b. Florida twp., Montg. co., N. Y., July 27, 1806; d. Mercer, Penna., 
Apr. 8, 1859. s. Rev. John Banks, D. D., and Mary Miller. Entered 1820. 
Presb. clergyman, and pastor Bethany and Sardis, S. C, 1831-33 ; of North- 
field and Stow, Summit CO., O., 1834-39. Misny. Trinidad, W. I., 1843-51. 
Chaplain Western Penitentiary, Pittsburgh, Penna., 1840-43. Established 
and edited The Friettd of Missions, Mercer, Penna. m. ist, Rose- 
burgh, Pittsburgh, Penna. ; 2d, Elizabeth W. Walker, widow Rev. W. 
Houston Walker, O. See Sprague. 
t CHARLES FREDERICK BECK, A.M. M.D., 1827. 

b. Phila., 1806; d. Rome, Italy, Feb. 13, 1859. s. Paul Beck, Jr., and 
Mary Harvey. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Physician. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1845. m. Sarah Rose, dau. Hon. Robert Cooper Grier, Justice U. S. 
Sup. Ct. 
fGUSTAVUS SMITH BENSON, A.M. 

b. Balto., Md., Sept, 23, 1806; d. Phila., Mch. 22, 1883. s. Richard 
Benson and Catherine Smith. Entered 1820. Moderator Philo. English 
Salutatorian. Lawver. Banker. Mem. Bd. City Trusts, Phila. m. Mar- 
garetta Fitzgerald, dau. Richard C. Dale, M. D., Wilmington, Del. 

<i-GEORGE CADWALADER, A.M. 

b. Phila., May 16, 1806 ; d. Phila., Feb. 3, 1879. s. Gen. Thomas Cad- 
walader (Class 1795) and Mary Biddle. Entered 1S20. Mem. Philo. 



68 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1823 

Lawyer. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S., and Commander Penna. 
Commander^', 1865-79. Brig. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1847, and for gallantry' at 
the battle of Chapultepec, was made Brev. Maj.-Gen. U. S. Vols. Maj.-Gen. 
U. S. Vols., 1862. Author "Services in the Mexican Campaign of 1847." 
m. Frances Butler, dau. Dr. James Mease (Class 17S7). See Keith, Appletoti, 
Cullum's Biog. Register, Allibotie. 

t EDWIN LOUIS CARRELL, A.M. 

b. Phila., 1806; d. Norristown, Penna., June 15, 1830. s. . En- 
tered 1820. Lawyer. 

tJAMES ANTHONY DONATH, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1803; d. Gtn., Phila., Mch. 28, 1868. s. Joseph 
Donath and Rosalia Janke. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. 
Franklin Instit., Phila., 1831. m. Theresa, dau. Edmond Rouvert, Paris, 
France. 

t JAMES READ ECKARD, A. M. (D. D. Lafayette Coll., 1858.) 

b. Phila., Nov. 22, 1805 ; d. Abington, Montg. co., Penna., Mch. 12, 
1887. s. Joachim Frederick Eckard, Danish Consul-Gen. for the Middle 
States, and Susan Read. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Studied at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1831. Presb. clergyman. Misny. to Ceylon 
and to So. Hindostan, 1833-43. Principal Chatham Acad., Savannah, Ga., 
1843-45. Pastor Second Presb. Ch., Washington, D. C, 1848-58. Prof. 
Rhet. and Hist. Lafayette Coll., 1858-71. Published in the Tamil language 
" Essay on F'aith;" in English "Hindoo Traveler;" "Ten Years in Cej'lon." 
m. Margaret Esther, dau. Nicholas Bayard, M. D., Savannah, Ga. See 
Presb. Encyc, Coffin's Men of Lafayette, Allibone. 

t JAMES CLAYTON GALLAHER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 5, 1S06 ; d. Ponce, Porto Rico, W. L, June 3, 1S66. s. 
James Gallaher, M. D., and Margaret Dobson. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant. U. S. Consul Ponce, Porto Rico, W. I., 1839-66. 

JOHN HALL, A. M. (D. D., Coll. N. J., 1850.) 

b. Phila., Aug. 11, 1806. s. Thomas Mifflin Hall and Mary Anna 
Bringhurst. Entered Junior Class, 1821. Moderator Philo. Law>'er, 
1827-32. Presb. clergyman, and pastor First Ch., Trenton, N. J., 1841-84, 

and emeritus pastor of the same, 1884 . Mem. Hist. Soc. N. J. and of 

Penna. and of Wis. Sec. and editor Am. Sunday Sch. Union, 1832-40. 
Delivered a course of lectures in the Princeton Theol. Sem., 1852-53, while 
filling a temporary vacancy in the chair of Pastoral Theology. Published 
a translation fr. the Latin "Milton's Letters;" " Hi'^t. Presb. Ch., Tren- 
ton;" "Forty Years Correspondence and Memoir of Rev. J. W. Alex- 
ander;" "Memoir of Matthew Clarkson ; " beside a number of volumes 
for Am. Sunday Sch. Union and Presb. Bd. Publications, occasional sermons 
and contributions to various religious and literary journals, m. ist, Mary 
Margaret, dau. Levi Garrett ; 2d, Mary Mitchell, dau. Michael Keppele 
(Class 1788). ^^^ Presb. Encyc., Allibone. Address, Trenton, N.J. 

ALEXANDER HEBERTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1803. s. George Heberton and Mar}' Craig. Entered 1820. 
Mem. Philo. Studied at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1823-25, Presb. 
clergyman, and pastor Allen twp., Penna., 1827-33 ; and Kingston, Penna., 
1833-35; and Salem, N. J., 1835-41; and Bedford, Penna., 1S42; and Bersvick, 
Penna., and Williamsport, Penna., 1848; and Ridley, Penna., 1857-65; chap- 
lain Phila., 1868. in. Elizabeth Parker Brooke, Phila. Address, 4008 Pine 
St., Phila. 

THOMAS LEIPER JANEWAY, A. M. (D. D., Coll. N. J., 1850.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 27, 1805. s. Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway, D. D., and Martha 
GrayLeiper. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Valedictorian. Was graduated fr. 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, 1827. Tutor Allegheny Sem., Penna.. 1S2S. Presb. 



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clergyman, and pastor First Ch., Railway, N. J., 1829-40, and North Cli., 
Phila., 1840-54, and Kingston, N. J., 1855-61. Corres. Sec, Bd. Dom. 
Misns. , 1861-68. Author ' ' Life of Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway, D. D. , " beside 
many pamphlets, m. Abby Blackwood, dau. Joshua Ladd Howell, Wood- 
bury, N. J. Address, 1800 Park Ave., Phila. 

t AUGUSTUS HOFFMAN LOCHMAN, A.M. (D. D., Penna. Coll., Gettysburg, 
1856.) 

b. Lebanon, Penna., Oct. 5, 1S02 ; d. York, Penna., Dec. 29, 1891. s. 
Rev. George Lochman, D. D. (Class 1789) and Mary M. Grotz. Entered 
Senior Class 1822. Mem. Philo. Luth. clergyman, and pastor Mechanics- 
burg, Penna., 1824-26 ; and First Ch., Harrisburg, Penna., 1826-36; and 
Chnst's Ch., York, Penna., 1836-80. Trustee Penna. Coll. and of Franklin 
Coll., Penna. Pres. Bd. Trustees Luth. Theol. Sem., Gettysburg, Penna. 
Published a volume of sermons, and translations fr. the German, m. Anna 
Maria, dau. Adam Partenheimer, Phila. See Apple ton. 

tJOHN MORRIS MARSHALL, A.M. 

b. Phila. , ; d. Phila. , . s. Charles Marshall and Mary Wallace. 

Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Chemist. 

tJOHN MEASE,* A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 20, 1806 ; d. Mier, Mexico, Dec. 23, 1847. s. James Mease, 
M. D. (Class 1787) and Sarah Butler. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Capt. 3d 
Dragoons, U. S. A., 1847. m. Gabriella Manigault, dau. Lewis Morris. 

•i-ELI MEEKER, A. M. 

b. Elizabethtown, N. J., Mch. i, 1788 ; d. Chicago, Ills., Oct. 10, 1854. s. 

David Meeker and Susan . Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Studied at 

Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass., 1814-15, being twenty-six years of age, and 
left to go to Middlebury Coll., Vt., but there is no record of his having been 
there. Congregationalist, and afterward Presb. clergyman. Pastor Congl. 
Ch., Wallingford, Vt., 1818-19. Was connected with the N. J. Presbyteries, 
1828-36 ; a portion of the time at Perth Amboy, N. J., and home misny. in 
northern N. J. and in N. Y. Published two volumes of sermons, m. Eliza 
Meacham, Wallingford, Vt. 

fSAMUEL OGDEN MEREDITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 21, 1806; d. London, Eng., 1877. s. Samuel Meredith 
and . Entered 1820. Moderator Philo. Lawj-er. 

tCHARLES HENRY MIFFLIN, A. M. M. D., 1826. 

b. Phila., July 19,1805 ; d. Boston, Mass., Dec. 9, 1875. s. Samuel Francis, 
who changed his name to Mifflin, and Elizabeth Da\'is. Entered 1820. Mem. 
Philo. Physician, m. Mary Crowninshield, Boston, Mass. See Mifflin and 
Fra?icis Families. 
tANTHONY SAUNDERS MORRIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 5, 1803 ; d. Pemberton, N. J., Mch. 25, 1885. s. Thomas 
Morris and Sarah Marshall. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Chief Burgess, 
Pemberton, N. J. m. Anne Evalen, dau. Benjamin Jones. 

fWILLIAM MORTON. 

Registered as fr. Del. Entered 1820. 
t GEORGE SHARPE, A. M. 

Registered as fr. Phila. Entered 1S20. 
fPERSIFOR FRAZER SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 23, i8o8 ; d. West Chester, Penna., May 25, 1882. s. 
Joseph Smith and Mary Frazer. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Clk. Orphans' Ct., Chester co., Penna., 1S35. Dist.-Atty. Del. co,, Penna., 

* Known subsequently as John Mease Butler. 



yo UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI^VANIA. [1823 

1839. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1861-64. Reporter Sup. Ct., Penna., 1866-80. 
Served as a private in West Chester company of vols, during the emergency, 
1863. Published "Forms of Procedure;" thirty -two volumes "Reports, 
Sup. Ct., Penna." m. Thomasine S., dau. George Ashbridge Fairlamb. 
See MunseWs Am. Ances., vol. v. Appleton. 

fGEORGE MIFFLIN WHARTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1806; d. Phila., Feb. 5, 1870. s. Fishbourne Wharton and 
Susan Shoemaker. Entered 1820. Moderator Philo. Latin Salutatorian. 
Lawver. Vice-Provost Law Acad. Phila., 1845-55. Pres. Select Coun. 
Phila., 1856-59. U. S. Dist.-Atty. E. D. Penna., 1857-60. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1840. Trustee, 1841-68. m. Maria, dau. John Markoe, Phila. See 
Wharton Family. 

fWILLIAM SHEAFF ZANTZINGER, A. M. M. D., 1828. 

b. Phila., Nov. 22, 1805; d. Canandaigua, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1888. s. 
Thomas Barton Zantzinger (Class 1793) and Susanna SheaflF. Entered 1820. 
Mem. Philo. Physician. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1840; its Rec. Sec, 
1841-46; and its Librarian, 1846-56. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1835; Acad. 
Nat. Sci. Phila., 1840. m. Mar}% dau. James Carroll. 

Non-Graduate. 
tTHOMAS MEASE. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. James Mease, M. D. (Class 1787) 

and Sarah Butler. Entered 1820. Mem. Philo. 

1824. 
t LEWIS RICHARD ASHHURST, A. M. 

b. N. Y. City, Nov. 26, 1806 ; d. Phila., May 5, 1874. s. Richard Ash- 
hurst and Elizabeth Croto, widow of Capt. Hughes. Entered 1821. Mem. 
Philo. Merchant, m. Mary, dau. Samuel Hazlehurst (Class 1789). 

fUSELMA AUGUSTUS CLARKE, A. M. M. D., 1828. 

b. Phila., Mch. 27, 1805; d. New Orleans, Aug. 13, 1833, s. Samuel 
Clarke and Jane Loxley. Entered 182 1. Mem. Philo. Physician. Resdt. 
Phila. Hosp. 

t SAMUEL GERARDUS CLARKSON, A. M. M. D., 1826. 

b. Phila., 1806; d. Pensacola, Fla., May 17, 1829. s. Samuel Clarkson 
and Sarah Gibbons. Entered 1821. Moderator Philo. English Saluta- 
torian. Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 1826-29. See Memoir Gerardus Clarkson, 
M. Z>., by Samuel Clarkson. 

t ROBERT PATTERSON DU BOIS, A. M. (D. D., Lafayette Coll., i860.) 

b. Doylestown, Penna., Aug. 19, 1805 ; d. New London, Penna., Feb. 
21, 1883. s. Rev. Uriah Du Bois (Class 1790) and Martha Patterson. Entered 
1 82 1. Moderator Philo. Studied medicine, but abandoned it for teaching ; 
then studied theology at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1834. Presb. clergy- 
man, and pastor Athens, Penna., and New Castle, Penna., 1836, and New- 
London, Penna., 1836-76. Published " Record of the Family of Thomas 
Ewing," and contributed a portion "Record of the Family of Louis Du 

Bois." m. Jane H., dau. Rev. Latta. See Family Record of Patterson, 

Ewing and Du Bois Families. 

tJOSEPH DICKINSON FOX. 

b. Phila., 1805; d. Phila., Oct. 19, 1825. s. George Fox (Class 1780) 
and Mary Dickinson. Entered 182 1. Moderator Philo. Latin Salutatorian. 
See Keith. 

tTHOMAS WILLIAM GILPIN, A.M. 

b. Lancaster, Eng., Dec. 30, 1806; d. Belfast, Ireland, Jan. 4, 184S. 
s. Joshua Gilpin and Mary Dilworth. Entered 1S21. Mem. Philo. I\Ier- 
chant. U. S. Consul, Belfa'st, Ireland, 1829-48. 



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t ALEXANDER WILCOCKS INGERSOLL, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1807 ; d. Phila., 1889. s. Hon. Charles Jared Inger- 
soU and Mary Wilcocks. EJntered 1S21. Mem. Philo. See Keith. 

t GEORGE JACOB JANEWAY, A. M. M. D., 1830. 

b. Phila., Oct. 14, 1806; d. New Brunswick, N. J., Sept. 16, 1889. s. 
Rev. Jacob Jones Janeway, D. D., and Martha Gray Leiper. Entered 1S21. 
Mem. Philo. Physician. Resdt. Phila. Hosp. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1S30; 
Med. Soc. City and Co. N. Y., 183 1 ; Med. Soc. State N. J., 1839. Mavor 
New Brunswick, N. J., 1869-71. m. Matilda, dau. Gamaliel Smith, N. Y. 

t EDWARD DONALD KEMP, A. M. 

b. Balto., Md., Apr. 15, 1806 ; d. Balto., Md., Feb. 12, 1868. s. Rt. Rev. 
James Kemp, D. D., and Elizabeth Noel. Entered 1821. Moderator Philo. 
Valedictorian. Lawyer. Chief Judge Orphans' Ct., Balto., Md. m. Anne 
Donnell, Balto., Md. 

t ISAAC MOSES, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 14, 1807 ; d. near Mobile, Ala., Apr. 3, 1847. s. Solomon 
Moses and Rachel Gratz. Entered 182 1. Merchant. 

t ANTHONY CUTHBERT PERCIVAL, A.M. M. D., 1827. 

b. Phila., Aug. i, 1805 ; d. Phila., Feb. 2, 1854. s. Joshua Percival 
and Sarah Cuthbert, Entered 182 1. Mem. Philo. Physician, m. . 

tHENRY PETTIT, A. M. M. D.,1829. 

b. Phila., Dec. 10, 1806 ; d. Phila., Apr. 15, 1836. s. Andrew Pettit and 
Elizabeth McKean. Entered 182 1. Mem. Philo. Physician. ^Q^McKeaii 
Family by R. Buchanan. 

t HENRY RALSTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 25, 1806 ; d. Phila., July 26, 1853. s. Robert Ralston and 
Sarah Clarkson. Entered 1821. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Harriet, dau. 
George Willing, Phila. See Keith. 

t JAMES CORNELIUS WILTBANK. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., 1824. s. Rev. James Wiltbank (Class 1791) 

and Mary White. Entered 182 1. Mem. Philo. 

Non-Graduates. 
t GEORGE HALBERSTADT, M. D., 1829. 

b. Phila., Mch. 12, 1805 ; d. Pottsville, Penna., Nov. 9, i860, s. John 
George Halberstadt and Anne Cromwell. Entered 1821. Mem. Philo. 
Physician, m. Mary, dau. James Summers, 

t HENRY HELMUTH KREBS (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1824. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1827). 

b. ; d. , 1847. s. . Entered 1S21. Mem. Philo. 

fTHOMAS BARTOW SARGENT (D. D., Dickinson Coll., ). 

b. Balto., Md., Mch. 30, 1805; d. Balto., Md., Oct. 13, 1879. s. Rev. 
Thomas Frazer Sargent, M.^D., and Helena Bartow. Entered 1821. Mem. 
Philo. Studied law, but relinquished it for theol. M. E. clergyman, 
Del. Wesleyan Conv., Eng., 1842. Sec. Gen. Conv. M. E. Ch., N. Y., 
1844. Presiding Elder for three terms, m. Sophia, dau. Hon. James Car- 
roll, Balto., Md. See Bartow Geneal. 

1825. 
fADOLPHE EDWARD BORIE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 25, 1809; d. Phila., Feb. 5, 1880. s. John Joseph Bone 
and Sophia Beauveau. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. English Salutatorian. 
Merchant. Trustee, 1858-80. Sec. U. S. N., 1869. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1872. m. Elizabeth, dau. Thomas McKean, Jr. See Appleton. 



72 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1825 

fVINCENT LOOCKERMAN BRADFORD, A. M. (LL. D., Wash, and Lee Univ., 
1S74. D. C. L., Wash, and Lee Univ., 1880.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 24, 1808 ; d. Gtn., Phila., Aug. 7, 1884. s. Hon. Thomas 
Bradford, LL. D., and Elizabeth Loockerman. Entered 1822. Moderator 
Philo. Valedictorian. Lawyer. State Senator Mich., 1837-40. Master in 
Chancery and Circuit Ct. Comr . Mich., 1840-43. Pres. United R. R. Cos., 
N. J., 1859-72. m. Juliet S. Rey, Is. St. Martins, W. I. See Life and 
Writings by Rev. Hetiry E. Dwight, M. D., D. D. 

+ ANTHONY BANNING CHEW, A.M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 24, 1S09 ; d. , Feb., 1854. s. Benjamin Chew (Cla.ss 

1775) and Katherine Banning. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. See Keith. 

t THOMAS FITZGERALD DALE, A. M. M. D., 1829. 

b. Odessa, Del., Apr. 12, 1808 ; d. Allegheny City, Penna., 1872. s- 
Richard Colegate Dale, M. D., and Margaret Fitzgerald. Entered 1822. 
Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Margaret Kennedy, dau. David Stewart, M. D. 

f GEORGE FOX, A. M. M. D., 1S28. 

b. Phila., May 8, 1806; d. Phila., Dec. 27, 1882. s. Samuel Mickle 
Fox and Sarah Pleasants. Entered 1822. Moderator Philo. Phys., and to 
Wills Hosp., 1834-49, and to Penna. Hosp., 1848-54, and to St. Joseph's 
' Fem. Orphan Asyl., 1838-54. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1S27, and its Vice- 
Pres., 1849. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1831. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., 
1836; Am. Med. Assn., 1847; Med. Soc. State Penna., and its Treas., 
1848-52. Direc. Nat. Bank Commerce, Phila., 1876-82. Invented a band- 
age for fractured clavicle. Contributor to the med. journals, m. Sarah D., 
dau. George Valentine, Bellefonte, Penna. See Memoir by W. S. IV. 
Riischenberger, M. D. Atkinson, Ruschenberger. 

t THOMAS DOBSON GALLAHER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 20, 1808; d. New Orleans, Jan. 3, 1847. s. James 
Gallaher, M. D., and Margaret Dobson. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant. 

t JAMES GOODMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 17, 1807; d. Phila., Mch. 10, 1863. s. Col. John Good- 
man and Catharine Hyneman. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Mem. Penna. Legis. Commanded the " Hibernia Greens" during the riots 
in Phila., 1844. m. Charlotte Jane Eliza Duke, N. Y. 

tTHOMAS HARPER, JR. 

b. Phila., 1807; d. Phila., 1826. s. Thomas Plarper and Mary . 

Entered 1822. Moderator Philo. 

t HENRY HAYS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 17, 1807 ; d. Phila., Dec. 31, 1874. s. Samuel Hays and 
Richea Gratz. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. Merchant. 

t SAMUEL HENRY, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . -s. . Entered 1S22. Clerk. 

t RICHARD MARIS, A. M. M. D.. 1S29. 

b. Phila., Jan. 8, 1S08 ; d. Phila., Aug. 23, 1891. s. Richard Maris and 
Rachel Ross. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Maria Louisa, 
dau. Levi EHmaker. See Maris Geneal. 

tJOSEPH PEACE, JR., A. M. M. D., 1829. 

b. Charleston, S. C, Jan. 24, 1807; d. Bristol, Penna., July 25, 1845. 
s. Joseph Peace and Anna Maria Rudliall. Entered 1822. Physician. 
Resdt. Phila. Hosp., 1827-29. Phys. Phila. Dispen., 1832, and to Wills 
Hosp., 1835. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1840. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1831. 
See Memoir by George Fox, M. D. 



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t HENRY HOPE REED,* A. M. (LL. D., Univ. Vermont, 1S46.) 

b. Pliila., July 11, 1808 ; d. lost in the steamer Arctic, Sept. 27, 1854. s. 
Joseph Reed and Maria Ellis Watmough. Entered 1822. Moderator 
Philo. Latin Salutatorian. Educator and author. Asst. Prof. Eng. Lit., 
1831 ; Asst. Prof. Moral Phil., 1831-34; Prof. Eng. Lit. and Rhet., 1835-54. 
Vice-Provost, 1845. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1838. Published "Life of Joseph 
Reed" in Spark's Am. Biog. Lectures on Eng. Lit., on Eng. Hist., on 
British Poets, and on Hist. Am. Union, all of which were published since 
his death by his brother, Hon. William B. Reed (Class 1822). Edited Lord 
Mahon's "Hist, of Eng.;" Alex. Reid's "Diet. Eng. Lang.;" Geo. F. 
Graham's " Eng. Synonyms ; " "Poetical Works of Thomas Gray," etc. 
m. Elizabeth White, dau. Enos Bronson, Phila. See Simpson, Appleton, 
Allibone. 

fCOBURN WHITEHEAD, A. M. M. D., 1831. (A. B., Yale, 1828.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 7, 1807; d. Phila., Jan. 29, 1858. s. James Whitehead 
and Hannah Coburn. Entered 1822, Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Matilda, 
dau. Hood Irvine, Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

i-WILLIAM DUANE. 

b. Phila., Feb. 7, 1808; d. Phila., Nov. 4, 1882. s. Hon. William John 
Duane and Deborah Bache. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. 
Hist. Soc. Penna. Author of many historical papers, m. Louisa, dau 
Henry Brooks. See Allibone. 

i- DAVID CROW HARKER. 

b. Swedesboro, N. J., ; d. Phila., Aug. 9, 1864. s. David Harksr 

and Crow. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. Druggist and elk. 

•i-WILLIAM HENRY REES, A.M., gratiae causa, 1844. (D. D. Franklin and 
Marshall Coll., i860.) 

b. Phila., June 2, 1S05 ; d. Newark, N. J., Sept 3, 1869. s. George Rees 
and Elizabeth Thum. Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at 
Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1825. P. E. clerg>'man. Asst. 
min. St. Andrew's, Phila.; rector St. James the Greater, Bristol, Penna.; 
Trinity, Elkton, Md.; St. David's, Radnor, Penna.; St. Paul's, W. White- 
land, Penna.; St. Peter's, Gt. Vallev, Penna.; All Hallow's Parish, Wor- 
cester CO., Md.; St. John's, New Milford, Conn.; St. Luke's, Rossville, S. I., 
N. Y.; Christ, Upper Merion, Penna.; Calvary, Summit, N. J.; St. Phillip's. 
Newark, N. J. Pres. Mt. Vernon Instit., Chester co., Penna. m. Ehza 
Ann, dau. Capt. Thomas Fowler. See Hotchkins' Country Clergy of Penna. 

tLEVIS P. THOMPSON, M.D., 1827. 

Entered 1822. Mem. Philo. Physician. 

1826. 

f CHARLES PETTIT BAYARD, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 22, 1809; d. Phila., Nov. 15, 1884. s. Andrew Bayard 
and Sarah Pettit. Entered 1823. Latin Salutatorian. Stock broker, m. 
Adeline JuHa, dau. Hon. Joseph Borden McKean (Class 1782). See The 
McKean Family by R. Buchanan. 

fTHONIAS LATIMER BOWIE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 7, 1808 ; d. Phila., Feb. 15, 1838. s. Ralph Bowie and 
Deborah Mary David. Entered 1823. Moderator Philo. Valedictorian. 
Lawyer, m. Catherine Helen, dau. Richard Ashhurst. 

•fJOSEPH CARSON, A.M. M. D., 1830. , 

b. Phila., Apr. 19, 1808 ; d. Phila., Dec. 30, 1876. s. Joseph Carson and 
Elizabeth Lawrence. Entered 1823. Moderator Philo. Physician, and 
* Known subsequently as Henry Reed. 



y^. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1826 

resdt. Penna. Hosp., 1830-31. Prof. Mat. Med. Phila. Coll. Phar., 1836-50. 
Lecturer Mat. Med., Med. Instit. Phila., 1844-48. Prof. Mat. Med. and 
Phar., 1850-76. Phys. Penna. Hosp., 1849-54. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 
1838. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1844, and a curator, 1859-76 ; Acad. Nat. Sci. 
Phila., 1833, and its Librarian, 1834-36, and its Rec. Sec, 1836-37, and its 
Vice-Pres., 1869-75; Phila. Med. Soc, 1828; Am. Med. Assn., 1847; Nat. 
Conv. Revis. Pharmacopoeia, i860, and its Pres., 1870. Pres. Phila. Co. 
Med. Soc, 1862. Mem. Med. Soc. State N. Y.; Intemat. Med. Cong., 
Phila., 1876; Hist. Soc. Penna. Direc Phila. Trust and Safe Deposit Co., 
1872. One of the founders Alumni Soc Med. Dept. Published "Hist. 
Med. Dept. Univ. Penna.;" " lUus. Med. Botany ;" " Synopsis of Lectures 
Mat. Med. and Phar.," and lectures on many med. subjects, biograph. dis- 
courses, etc. Edited Pereira's " Mat. Med." Editor Am. Jour. Phar. m. 
Mary, dau. Henry Hollingsworth, Phila. See Memoir by James Darrach, 
M. D. , and by IV. S. IV. Ruschenberger, M. D. Allibone. 

ROBERT BALDWIN DAVIDSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 22, 180S. s. William Davidson and Elizabeth Baldwin. 
Entered 1823. Moderator Philo. Stock broker, m. Sarah Caldwell, dau. 
Major Nathaniel Donnell, Revo. Army. Address, 254 So. Forty -fourth St., 
Phila. 

t THOMAS McKINLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 8, 1808; d. Phila., July 27, 1833. s. John McKinley 
and Abigail Brannan. Entered 1823. Mem. Philo. Tutor, 1830. Studied 
theology, but abandoned it because of ill health, m. Mary Ann, dau. 
Samuel Bell, Phila. 

t J AMES NASSAU, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 31, 1809; d. Phila., Feb. 19, 1840. s. William Nassau 
and Ann Parkinson. Entered 1823. Merchant. 

fTHOMAS ROSS NEWBOLD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 26, 1809; d. Phila., Dec. 6, 1858. s. Caleb Newbold 
and Elizabeth Ross. Entered 1823. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Stock broker. 
Editor North Atnericatt, Phila. m. Julia, dau. Gen. James Fleming, 
Hutchinson, N. Y. 

t JAMES PATRIOT WILSON, A. M. D. D., 1848. 

b. Phila., Dec. 25, 1809; d. Newark, N. J., May 22, 1889. s. Rev. 
James Patriot Wilson, D. D. (Class 1788) and Mary Hall. Entered 1823. 
English Salutatorian. Presb. clergyman. Pres. Del. Coll., 1847-50. Prof. 
Didactic and Polemic Theol., Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, 1851-54. 
Published sermons and addresses, m. Anna Read, dau. Bennington Gill. 

Non-Graduates. 

tJOSEPH ABBOTT, JR. (A. B., Union Coll., 1827. A. M., Union Coll., 1S30. 
D. D., Union Coll., i860). 

b. Phila., Aug. 16, 1808; d. Beverly, Mass., Apr. 11, 1867. s. Joseph 
Abbott and Elizabeth Patton. Entered 1823. Moderator of Philo. Clergy- 
man, and pastor Dane St. Ch., Beverly, Mass., 1834-67. m. Margaret Ann 
Ross, dau. Stephen Tilton, Newburyport, Mass. 

tJOHN ASHHURST. 

h. Phila., July 17, 1809; d. Phila., Feb. 18, 1892. s. Richard Ashhurst 
and Elizabeth Crolo, widow of Capt. Hughes. Entered 1823. Moderator 
Philo. Banker. Merchant. Direc. Phila. and Reading R. R., and of 
Fanners and Mechanics' Bank, and of We.stern Saving Fund. Chmn. 
Phila. Bounty Fund, 1862-65. Trustee, 1865-88. m. Harriet, dau. Manuel 
Eyre. 



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fCHARLES GERARD BANCKER (A. B., Washington Coll., Hartford, Conn., 

b. Phila., Mch., 1808; d. , Feb., 1861. s. Charles Nicoll Bancker 

and Sarah Upshur Teackle. Entered 1823. Studied medicine. 

f EDWARD MACFUNN E!DDLE (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1827. A. M., Coll. N. J., 
1830). 

b. Phila., July 27, 1808; d. Cadisle, Penna., May 13, 1889. s. Williani 
Macfunn Biddle and Lydia Spencer. Entered 1823. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Ironmaster. Sec. and Treas. Cumberland Valley R. R., 1839-89. Maj.-Gen. 
15th Div. Penna. militia, 1858. Adj. -Gen. Penna., 1861-62. m. Julia 
Anna, dau. David Watts. See Autobiog. Charles Biddle. 

t EDWARD BROOKS. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. . Entered 1823. 

t CASTOR. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . Entered 1823. 

t FREDERICK SIMEON ECKARD, M. D., 1835. 

b. Phila., Aug. 22, 1807; d. Lower Merion, Montg. co., Penna., June 
20, 1856. s. Joachim Eckard, Danish Consul at Phila., and Susan Read. 
Entered 1823. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Physician. Assoc. Fell. Coll. Phys. 
Phila., 1840. Author " A Tale of the Wind," a poem ; contributor to peri- 
odical and medical journals, m. Elizabeth Xavier, dau. Dennis Kelly. See 
Allibone. 

t ISAAC HAZLEHURST (A. B., Trinity Coll., 1828. A. M., Trinity Coll., 1831). 
b. Phila., Nov. 27, 1808; d. Merion, Montg. co., Penna., July 7, 1891. 
s. Samuel Hazlehurst (Class 1789) and Elizabeth Baynton Markoe. Entered 
1823. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Vice-Provost Law Acad. Phila, 1S41-55. 
City Solicitor Phila., 1854-56. Candidate once for Mayor, and again for 
Gov. on the Native Am. ticket. Trustee Penna. Instit. Deaf and Dumb. 
Direc. Penna. Fire Ins. Co., and of the Franklin Fire Ins. Co. m. Caroline, 
dau. Bentley Jacobs. 

fJOHN JORDAN, JR. 

b. Phila., May 18, 180S ; d. Phila., Mch. 23, 1890. s. John Jordan and 
Elizabeth Henry. Entered 1823. Mem. Philo. Ironmaster. Merchant. 
Bank pres. and antiquar>'. Direc. and Pres. Mfrs. and Mechanics, now Mfrs. 
Nat. Bank., Phila., 1843-75. Direc. N. P. R. R., 1852-90. Vice-Pres. Hist. 
Soc. Penna. Life Mem. Franklin Instit., Phila. Contributor to the printed 
archives Moravian Ch. m. Jane, dau. James Bell, Experiment Mills, Monroe 
CO., Penna, S&q Memoir by James J. Levick, M. D. Allibone. 

t FERDINAND FAIRFAX LAMMOT. 

b. Phila., Sept. 7, 1808; d. Wilmington, Del., Jan. 20, 1849. s. Daniel 
Lammot and Susan Parker Beck. Entered 1823. Machinist and mfr. m. 
Marietta Morse Allen, Bath, Me. 

HENRY PRATT McKEAN. 

b. Phila., May 3, 1810. s. Thomas McKean and Sarah C. Pratt. 
Entered 1823. Mem. Philo. Merchant, m. Phebe Elizabeth, dau. Stephen 
Warren, Troy, N. Y. Address, 1923 Walnut St., Phila. 

t HENRY NIGHTINGALE. 

Entered 1S23. 

fHOLDERNESS SMITH. 

Entered 1S23. 

t FRANCIS WEST, M. D., 1832. (A. B., Dickinson Coll., 1825. A. M., Dick- 
inson Coll., 1828.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 5, 1810 ; d. Phila., Sept. 24, 1868. s. Francis West and 
Mary Nixon. Entered 1823. Mem. Philo. Physician. Lecturer Mat. 



•76 UNIVERSITY OP PENNSYLVANIA. [1826 

Med., Phila. Assn. for Med. Instruct. Phys. Phila. Dispen.;and to Christ 
Ch. Hosp. ; and to City Orphan Asyl. ; and to Epis. Hosp. Fell Coll. Phys. 
Phila., 1839. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1831 ; Phila. Co. Med, Soc, 1849 ; 
Med. Soc. State Penna. ; Am. Med. Assn., 1846; Nat. Conv. for Revis. 
Pharmacop., 1850 ; Am. Phil, Soc, 1854. A frequent contributor to med- 
ical literature. 

1827. 

+ FREDERICK WILLIAMSON BEASLEY, A. M, D. D,, 1868, 

b. Albany, N. Y,, June 22, 1808; d. Torresdale, Phila., Dec. 28, 1878. 
s. Rev, Frederick Beasley, D. D., Provost, and Maria Williamson. Entered 
1824. Moderator Philo. P. E. clergyman. m. Virginia Teackle, dau. 
Charles Nicoll Bancker, Phila. 
tTHOMAS CADWALADER,*A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 27, 1808; d. Phila., Jan. 19, 1844. s. Gen. Thomas 
Cadwalader (Class 1795) and Mary Biddle. Entered 1S24. Moderator Philo. 
See Keith. 

•i-THEODORE DEWEES, A. M. M. D., 1831. 

b. Phila., 1S07 ; d. , Ala., Sept. 19, 1855. s. William P. Dewees, 

M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Mary I^orraine. Entered 1824. Physician. 
Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. m. Susan, dau. Edmund C. F. Strudwick, 
M. D., Demopolis, Ala. 

i- SAMUEL FISHER DU BOIS, A. M. 

b. Doylestown, Penna., May 4, 1S08 ; d. Doylestown, Penna., Oct. 20, 
1889. s. Rev. Uriah Du Bois (Class 1790) and Martha Patterson. Entered 
1824. Mem. Philo. Studied art under Thomas Sully, Phila. Artist. See 
Family Record 0/ Patterson, Ewing atid Du Bois Families. 

+ ROBERT DUNLAP, A. M. 

b. Doylestown, Penna., Apr. 12, 1804; d. Allegheny, Penna., Mch. 21, 
1847. s. Andrew Dunlap and Phebe Baker. Entered 1824. Studied at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1828-30. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Dan- 
ville, Penna., 1831-37, and 2d Ch., Pittsburgh, Penna., 1837-47. m. Ellen 
E. , dau. Jacob Cist. 

t ROWLAND EDANUS EVANS, A. M. 

b. Gwynedd, Montg. co., Penna., July 23, 181 1 ; d. Phila., Apr. 14, 1S66. 
s. Cadwalader Evans, Jr., and Harriet Verena Musser. Entered 1824. Mem. 
Philo. Lawyer. See H. M. Jenkitis' Hist. Collection of Gwynedd, Penna. 

i-JOSEPH COLEMAN FISHER, A. M. 

b. Phila., May, 1809 ; d. N. Y. City, Sept., 1880. s. ' . Entered 

1824. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1838-39. Clk. Select 
Coun. Phila., 1840-46, m. Sarah Lindsay, Chambersburg, Penna. 

fWILLIAM TILGHMAN GOLDSBOROUGH, A.M. 

b. Horn's Pt., Dorchester co., Md., Mch. 5, 1808; d. Balto., Md., June 
26, 1876. s. Hon. Charles Goldsborough (Class 1784) and Sarah Yerbury 
Goldsborough. Entered 1824. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. State Senator 
Md., 1850. Mem. Const. Conv. Md., 1867. m. Mary Ellen, dau. Col. 
Edward Lloyd, Wye, Talbot co., Md. See Hanson. 

t EDWARD HALLOWELL, JR., A. M. M. D., 1830. 

b. Phila., Sept. 14, 1808 ; d. Phila., Feb. 20, i860, s. Edward Hallowell 

and Jane McKee, widow of Campbell. Entered 1824. Moderator Philo. 

Latin vSalutatorian. Continued his medical studies in Paris, France. Phy- 
sician. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1828; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1834. Fell. 
Coll. Phys. Phila., 1839. Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1S49; Am. Phil. Soc, 1851; 
Phila. Co. Med. Soc, 1852. He was a contributor to the medical jounials. 
♦Known as Thomas C. Cadwalader, the C being a distinguishing letter only. 



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fWILLIAM KIRKPATRICK HUFFNAGLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 2, iSio ; d. Mt. Holly, N. J., Apr. 14, 1854. s. John 
Huffnagle and Sarah Eliza Franks. Entered 1824. Mem. Philo. Civil 
engr. Princ. Asst. Engr. in the construction Camden and Amboy R. R. 
and in the construction Tide-Water Canal. Chief Engr. p:;astern Div. State 
Penna. A. D. C. to Gov. David Porter, Penna. m. Catherine Cox, dau. 
Samuel Allen, Phila. 

t WILLIAM KEITH, A. M. M. D., 1830. 

b. Phila., Jan. iS, 1808; d. Phila., Nov, 5, 1892. s. Samuel Keith and 
Mary Boyd. Entered 1824. Mem. Philo. Valedictorian. Physician, and 
practiced in Zanesville, O., and in Phila. 

t WILLIAM HENRY KLAPP, A. M. M.D., 1830. 

b. Phila., Oct. 14, 1808; d. Phila., Sept. 28, 1856. s. Joseph Klapp, 
M. D., and Anna Milnor. Mem. Philo. Physician. Asst. Phys. Catharine 
St. Cholera Hosp., Phila., 1832. Phys. Phila. Co. Prison, 1838-52, and to 
P. E. Hosp. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1839. Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1849; 
Phila. Co. Med. Soc. m. Rebecca Plumsted, dau. John Deverevix. See 
Keith, Memoir by D. Francis Cottdie, M. D. 

fGEORGE WASHINGTON NORRIS, A.M. M. D., 1830. 

b. Phila., Nov. 6, 1808, d. Phila., Mch. 4, 1S75. s. Joseph Parker 
Norris and Elizabeth Hill Fox. Entered 1824. Moderator Philo. Con- 
tinued his medical studies in Paris, France. Physician. Resdt. Penna. 
Hosp., 1830-33, and Surg. Penna. Hosp., 1836-63. Consult. Surg. Ortho- 
paedic Hosp., and of Children's Hosp. and Pres. Bd. Mngrs. of latter. Prof. 
Clinical Surg., 1848-57. Mem. Societe M^dicale d' Observation, Paris, 1834. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1839, and its Vice-Pres., 1864-75 ; Phila. Med. Soc. 
and its Vice-Pres., 1859; Med. Soc. State Penna.; Phila. Co. Med. Soc; 
Am. Med. Assn., 1847, and its Vice-Pres. , 1850-51 ; Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., 
1858; Am. Phil. Soc, 1844; Hist. Soc. Penna. and its Vice-Pres. Direc 
Phila. Lib. Co., and of Mutual Fire Ins. Co., and of Phila. Savings Fund Soc. 
Trustee, 1856-75. Author "Early Hist. Med. in Phila.;" "Contributions 
to Practical Surgery ; " edited Liston's " Principles of Surgery;" and many 
medical papers and addresses, m. Mary Pleasants, dau. William Wharton 
Fisher. See Memoir by William Hunt, M. D. Keith, Appleton, Allibone. 

t BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PHILLIPS, A. M. 

b, Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. . Entered 1824. Mem. Philo. 

JOHN BLACKWELL PUGH, A. M. 

b. Hilltown, Bucks co., Penna., May 26, 1809. s. John Pugh and Eliza- 
beth Owen. Entered 1825. Lawyer, m. Elizabeth Sergeant, dau. Hon. 
John Fox (Class 1803). See Rodman Family. Address, Doylestown, Penna. 

t CHARLES FREDERICK SCHAEFFER, A. M. (D. D. Penna. Coll., Gettysburg, 
1850.) 

b. Gtn., Phila., Sept. 3, 1807; d. Phila., Nov. 23, 1879. s. Rev. Frederick 
David SchaeflFer, D. D., and' Rosina Rosenmiller. Entered 1824. Mem. 
Philo. English Salutatorian. Luth. clergyman, and pastor Carlisle, Penna., 
1829-34, and at PIagersto\vn, Md., 1834-39. Prof. Capitol Univ., Colum- 
bus, O., 1840-43. Pastor Lancaster, O., 1843-45; at Red Hook, N. Y., 
1845-51, and at Easton, Penna., 1851-55. Prof. Ger. Lang, and Lit. Penna. 
Coll., Gettysburg, Penna., 1855-64. Prof. Syst. Divin. and Pastoral Theol., 
Theol. Sem. Evan. Luth. Ch., Phila., 1864-79, and its Pres. Published a 
revised translation fr. the Ger. " Luther's Small Catechism ; " translated fr. 
the Ger. " Arndt's True Christianity ; " " Manual of Sacred History;" and 
a large number of historical, homiletical and doctrinal articles, m. Susan, 
dau. Rev. John George Schmucker, D. D. , York, Penna. See Appleton. 
Allibone. 



78 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1827 

Non-Graduates. 
t ROBERT ADAIR. 

b. Belfast, Ireland, Mch. 16, 1802 ; d. . s. . Entered 1824. 

Studied at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1826-28. Presb. clergyman, and 
pastor 2d Cli., Wilmington, Del., 1829-34, and Norristown, Penna., 1834-38, 
and ist Ch. Southwark, Phila., 1839-48, and Central Ch., Norristown, 
Penna., 1862-65, and Tabor Ch., Phila., 1871-80, and pastor emeritus, 1880. 
Corres. Sec. Phila. Home Misny. Soc, 1848-62. Sec. Home Misny. Com., 
1865-71. 
tJOHN GLEN DOWER EVANS. 

b. Gwynedd, Montg. co., Penna., Feb. 5, 1810 ; d. Phila., Apr. 29, 1827. 
s. Cadwalader Evans, Jr., and Harriet Verena Musser. Entered 1824. Mem. 
Philo. See H. M. Jeiikins" Hist. Collectio7i of Gwynedd, Penna. 

t HENRY HELMUTH. 

b. Phila., i8ro; d. Phila., June 6, 1869. s. John Keppele Helmuth 
(Class 1792) and Katherine Sheaff. Entered 1824. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Clk. Com. Coun. Phila., 1843-46, and of Select Coun. Phila., 1846-49 . 

fGOUVERNEUR MEREDITH. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. William Tuckey Meredith (Class 1790) and 

Gerti-ude Gouverneur Ogden. Entered 1824. 

1828. 
tJOHN NOSTRAND BRINCKERHOFF, A. M. 

b. Flushing twp., L. I., Nov. 16, 1808; d. Englewood, N. J., Oct. 10, 
1891. s. Elbert A. BrinckerhoflF and Elizabeth Nostrand. Entered Senior 
Class Dec. 15, 1827. Mem. Philo. Studied at Rutgers Coll., 1825-27. Mcht, 
and afterward Principal Union Hall Acad., Jamaica, L. I., 1835-65. m. 
Mary Moore, dau. Robert Adrain, LL. D., Prof. Math. See MunseWs Ant. 
Ances., vol. in. 

t HORACE EVANS, A. M. M. D., 1831. 

b. Phila., Nov. 7, 1807 ; d. Phila., Sept. 15, 1890. s. Griffith Evans and 
Margaret Streeper. Entered 1825. Mem. Philo. Physician. Mem. Phila. 
Co. Med. Soc. ; Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Penna. Horticul. Soc. 

tJOHN EVANS, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1810; d. Phila., 1832. s. Griffith Evans and Elizabeth 
Streeper. Entered 1825. Mem. Philo. Studied law. 

tJOHN JACOB HARTMANN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 31, 1811 ; d. Phila., Apr. 13, 1892. s. Philip Charles 
Hartmann and Catherine Geyer. Entered 1825. Mem. Philo. Merchant. 
Planter in W. I. U. S. Consul, Baracoa, Cuba, 1843. Mem. Bd. Pub. Ed., 
Phila., 1869-72 ; Hist. Soc. Penna. 

t EMANUEL HELFFENSTEIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 3, 1808; d. Phila., Feb. 28, 1869. s. Rev. Samuel 
Helffen.stein and Anna Christina Stiteley. Entered 1825. Mem. Philo. 
Lawj'er. 

t EDWARD MILLER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 6, 181 1 ; d. Phila., Feb. i, 1872. s. William Miller (Class 
1784) and Rachel Mekong. Entered 1825. Moderator Philo. Mathemati- 
cal Honor-man. Civil engineer. Chief Engr. Catavdssa R. R., and of 
Morris and Essex Canal, 1836 ; and of the Sunbur>' and Erie R. R., 1839 ; 
and of the N. Y. and Erie R. R., 1840. Pres. Harrisburg and Lancaster 
R. R., 1843. Chief Engr. Schuylkill Nav. Co., 1845. Assoc. Engr. West. 
Div. Penna. Central R. R., 1847. Chief Engr. Penna. Central R. R., 1850; 
and of the North Penna. R. R., 1853, and its Pres., 1S56. Chief Engr. 



1829] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 79 

Pacific R. R. of Mo., 1856. Corres. Mem. Geol. Soc. Penna., 1S35. Mem. 
Am Phil. Soc, 1845. Published "Views on Prophecy," and essays and 
reports on geological and engineering subjects, m. Jessie Pattison, dau. 
James Imbrie, Phila. See Memoir by Solomon W. Roberts. 

t GEORGE SHARSWOOD, A.M. (LI.. D., Univ. City of New York, 1856, and 
Columbia Coll., 1856.) 

b. Phila., July 7, 1810; d. Phila., May 28, 1883. s. George Sharswood 
and Hester Dunn. Entered 1825. Moderator Philo. Latin Salutatonan. 
La^vyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1837-38, 1842-43- Judge Dist. Ct. Phila., 
1845-48. Pres. Judge Dist. Ct. Phila., 1848-67. Justice Sup. Ct. Penna., 
1867-78. Chief Justice Sup. Ct. Penna., 1878-83. Prof. Law, 1850-52, and 
of Instit. Law, 1852-68. Trustee, 1872-83. Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1836, 
and its Vice-Provost, 1838-55, and its Provost, 1855-83. Pres. Alumni Soc. 
Coll. Dept. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1851 ; Hist. Soc. Penna. Published 
" Professional Ethics, etc;" " Popular Lectures on Common Law ;" " Shars- 
wood's Blackstone's Commentaries ;" " Lectures on Commercial Law," and 
numerous addresses and essays. Edited many editions of the English text- 
writers among others "Adams on Equity;" " Russell on Crimes ;" "Byles 
on Bills •" and " Starkie on Evidence." m. Mary V., dau. William Chesney 
Chambers, M. D., Phila. See Memoir by George W. Biddle, Appleton, 
Allibone. 

i- GEORGE ROBERTS SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 13, iSii ; d. Phila., May 10, 1868. s. John J. Smith and 
Mary Roberts. Entered 1825. Moderator Philo. English Salutatonan. 
Lawyer, m. Mar>', dau. Hugh Roberts, Phila. See Keith. 

i THOMAS LEAMING SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec 8, 1809; d. Phila., Apr. 5. 1841. s. James S. Smith 
(Class 1799) and Lydia Leaming. Entered 1825. Moderator Philo. Vale- 
dictorian. Lawyer. Mem. Coun. Phila., 1838-41. Sec Trustees, 1S38-41. 
i- THOMAS MACKIE SMITH, A. M. M. D., 1831. 

b. Phila., June 27, 1809; d. near Wilmington, Del., Jan. 21, 1852. s. 
Francis Gurney Smith and Eliza Mackie. Entered 1825. Mem. Philo. 
Physician. Resdt. Phila. Hosp. Mem. Del. Med. Soc. m. Eleuthera, dau. 
E. I. du Pont, Wilmington, Del. See Schar/'s Hist. Del. 

fBENJAMHN M. THOMAS, A. M. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered 1825. Mem. Philo. Law- 
yer, m. Dufiy. 

Non-Graduates. 
t CHARLES PRYOR MASSEY. 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1808; d. Phila., May 11, 1893. s, Charles Massey, 
Jr., and Mary Rickey. Entered 1825. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Mem. 
First Trp. Phila. City Cav. ni. Catherine K., dau. Charies B. McElwee. 

tJAMES C. WORKMAN, M. D., 1830. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1S25. Mem. Philo. Physician. 

1829. 
t CLEMENT BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 14, 1810; d. Phila., Mch. 16, 1S79. s. Thomas Biddle 
(Class 1791) and Christine Williams. Entered 1826. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
See Descdts. Clement Biddle. Autobiog. Charles Biddle. 
tJAMES CURTIS BOOTH, A. M. (LL. D.,Univ. Lewisburg [now Bucknell], 
Penna., 1867. Ph. D., Renss. Poly. Instit, 1S84.) 

b. Phila., July 28, 1810; d. Haverford, Montg. co., Penna., Mch 21, 
1888. s. George Booth and Ann Bolton. Entered 1826. Mem Philo. 
Studied at Renss, Poly. Instit., 1831, and at Hesse-Cassel, Berim and\ienna, 



8o UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1829 

1833-36. Chemist. Established in Phila. the first laboratory in the U. S. 
for instruction in chem. analysis and cheni. applied to the arts, 1836. Prof. 
Chem. applied to the Arts, Franklin Instit, Phila., 1836-45, and Central 
High Sch., Phila., 1842-45, and Univ. of Penna., 1851-55. Melter and 
Refiner, U. S. Mint, Phila., 1849-87. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1839; Acad. 
Nat. Sci., Phila., 1842 ; Penna. Horticul. Soc, 1842, and its Prof Horticul. 
Chem., 1887 ; Md. Instit, 1853. Hist. Soc. Penna., 1884. Pres. Am. Chem. 
Soc, 1883 and 1884. Published " ist and 2d Annual Reports Del. Geol. Sur- 
vey ; " "Memoirs Geolog. Survey State of Del. ; " " Encycloptedia of 
Chemistry ; " " Recent Improvements in the Chemical Arts, ' ' beside scien- 
tific papers and translations, m. Margaret M. Cardeza. See Memoir by 
Patterson Du Bois, Appleton, Allibone. 

tJOHN BIDDLE CHAPMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1812 ; d. Phila., Feb. 28, 1845. s. Nathaniel Chapman, M. D., 
Prof. Med. Dept. , and Rebecca Cornell Biddle. Entered 1826. Moderator 
Philo. Lawyer, m. Mary Randolph, Va. See Autobiog. Chas. Biddle. 
t WILLIAM DELANEY, A. M. 

b. , 181 1 ; d. Phila., Dec. 29, 1S46. s. . Entered 1826. Eng- 
lish Salutatorian. Lawyer. 

t JAMES LOGAN FISHER, A. M. M. D., 1833. 

b. Phila., ; d. Paris, France, 1833. s. James Logan Fisher and Ann 

Eliza George. Entered 1826. Physician. See Keith. 

t EDWARD ALEXANDER NASSAU, A. M. M. D., 1832. 

b. Phila., Sept. 20, 181 1 ; d. Palmyra, Mo., May 10, 1839. s. William 
Nassau and Ann Parkin.son. Entered 1826. Mem. Philo. Latin Saluta- 
torian. Physician. 

t CHARLES THEODORE POTTS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 24, 181 1 ; d. Detroit, Mich., Oct. 9, 1839. s. Nathan 
Rhoades Potts and Mary Anne Cole. Entered 1826. Moderator Philo. 
Lawyer. Clk. House of Reps. Mich. m. Henrietta Mallet Badger. 

tJOHN ROBERTSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 13, i8rr ; d. Richmond, Va., Nov. 1832. s. . 

Entered 1826. Moderator Philo. Law student. 

t FRANCIS ADRIAN van der KEMP. 

b. Phila., May 2, 1810 ; d. Hedionda, Mexico, Aug. ir, 1832. s. John 
Jacob van der Kemp and Juliana Taylor. Entered 1S26. See Keith. 

tJOSEPH WHARTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1812 ; d. Phila., Aug. 30, 1838. s. Fishbourue Wharton and 
Susan Shoemaker. Entered 1826. Moderator Philo. Valedictorian. 
Merchant. See Wharton Family. 

tWILLIAM WHITE, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., July i, 1810 ; d. Phila., Dec. 20, 1858. s. Thomas Harrison 
White (Class 1795) and Mary Key Heath. Flntered 1826. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 183S. m. Sarah Frederica, dau. John Hill 
Brinton (Class 1790). See Montgomery s Col. Thomas White and his 
Descdts, Brinton Ceneal. 

NON-G R ADUATES. 

+ ROBERT HARWOOD COLHOUN, M. D., 1833. 

b. Phila., ; d. , Aug. 21, 1833, aged 22 yr.s. 6 mos. and 21 days. s. 

Gustavus Colhoun and Martha E. Spotswood, Entered 1826. Physician. 
Midshipman U. S. N. 
fTHOMAS POTTS. 

Registered as fr. Phila. Entered Sept. 1826. 
+ WILLIAM HORSEY ROGERS (A. B., Yale, 1829). 
Entered Sept., 1826. 



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1830. 
fWILLIAM DEAL BAKER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 15, 181 2 ; d. Phila., Sept. 17, 1876. s, Joshua Baker and 
Mary Deal. Entered 1827. Moderator Philo. Law>'er. Mem. Const. Conv. 
Penna., 1873. Published "The Saturniad," a satirical poem. m. Harriet 
Eliza, dau. Hon. Nicholas G. Williamson, Wilmington, Del. 

tJAMES CLARK, A. M. (D. D., Jeff. Coll., Penna., 1850.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 9, 181 2 ; d. Phila., Nov. i, 1892. s. Robert S. Clark 
and Ann Case. Entered 1827. Mem. Philo. Gr. Salutatorian. Shared 
the first honor with John Fries Frazer. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Ten- 
nent Ch., Freehold, 1837-39 ; and at Belvidere, N. J., 1840-50 ; and at Lewis- 
burg, Penna., 1852-57. Pres. Washington Coll., Washington, Penna., 1850- 
52. m. 1st, Julia Woodhull, Monmouth, N. J.; 2d, Sarah A. F. Randolph, 
Behadere, N. J. ; 3d, Sarah H. Sheppard, Cimiberland co. , N. J. 

tJOHN FRIES FRAZER, A. M. (Ph. D., Univ. Lewisburg [now Bucknell], 
Penna., 1854. LL. D., Harvard, 1857.) 

b. Phila., July 8, 1812 ; d. Phila., Oct. 12, 1872. s. Robert Frazer (Class 
17S9) and Elizabeth Fries. Entered Junior Class 1828. Moderator Philo. 
Shared the first honor with James Clark. Valedictorian. Studied med., but 
did not apply for examination. Adm. to bar. First Asst. Geologist Geol. 
Surv. Penna., 1836. Prof. High Sch., Phila. Lecturer Franklin Instit., 
Phila. Prof. Nat. Phil, and Chem., Univ. Penna., 1844-72. Vice-Provost, 
1855-68. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1842, and its Sec, 1845, and its Vice-Pres., 
1855-58. One of the incorporators Nat. Acad. Sci., 1863. Life mem. 
Franklin Instit. , Phila. One of the early mem. Union League Club, Phila. 
Author of treatises on Light, Heat, The Steam Engine and Mechanics, printed 
privately for the use of his classes. Also of numerous scientific papers. 
Editor 'Frankliyi Instit. Journal, 1850-66. Private " Silver Grays," a Phila. 
home-guard organization, 1861-62. m. Charlotte (Jeffers), dau. Thomas 
Cave, Phila. See MunsclVs Am. Ances., vols. iv. and v. Memoir by John 
L. Le Conte, M. D. Appleton. 

+JOSEPH REESE FRY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 23, 181 1 ; d. Phila., July i, 1865. s. William Fry and 
Ann Penrose Fleeson. Entered Junior Class 1828. Class poet. Studied at 
Mt. St. Mary's Sem., (now Coll.), Emmittsburg, Md., 1824-28. Lawyer. 
Editor Cincinnati Evening Express, and of Phila. North American. 
Stock-broker. Author of librettos of "Leonora," " Notre Dame de Paris," 
and translations of opera " Norma," and of " Stabat Mater." Was also the 
author of librettos " The Bridal of Dunure " and "Aureliathe Vestal; " and 
translations of Donizetti's "Anna Bolena " and Rossini's " Barbiere di 
Siviglia," which were never published, m. Cornelia, dau. James Nevins. 
See Appleton, Allibone. 

t RICHARD ARTHINGTON GILPIN, A. M. 

b. Lancaster, Eng., Nov., 1812 ; d. Del. co., Penna., May 15, 1887. s. 
Joshua Gilpin and Mary Dilworth. Entered 1827. Civil engr. and architect. 
Employed in locating N. E. boundary line under the Ashburton Treaty, 1841 ; 
Engr. London Docks and Gt. Northern R. R. ; Asst. Engr. Croton Aqueduct, 
N. Y., 1836, and Illinois Central R. R., 1837-38 ; improved navigation Little 
Wabash River, 1839. Was the architect of Athenaeum Bldg. , Phila. , and of 
old bldg. Acad. Fine Arts, Phila. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Chicago Hist. 
Soc. ; Penna. Acad. Fine Arts. m. Mary Cavet, dau. Edward Carmick 
Watmough, Phila. See Keith. 

fWILLIAM POYNTELL JOHNSTON, A. M. M. D., 1836. 

b. Phila., Sept. 23, 1811 ; d. Phila., Feb. 26, 1856. s. Alexander Johns- 
ton and Ann Poyntell. Entered 1827. Moderator Philo. Continued his 
medical studies in Paris, France Physician. One of the corporators, and a 
Lecturer on Surg., Med. Instit., Phila., 1844-45. Attend. Phys. Blind 



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Asy]., Phila. Fell. Coll. Phys. Pliila., 1840. Mem. Peniia. State vSoc. 
Cincinnati. 1855. One of the editors Medical Exatniner, Phila. in. Jane 
Graham, dau. Edward Tilghman (Class 1804) Phila. See Keith. 

fHORN RILEY KNEASS, A. M. 

b. Pliila., June 24, 1812 ; d. Phila., Dec. 12, 1861. s. Christian Kneass 
and Sarah Polhemus. Entered 1827. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Dist.-Atty, 
Phila. CO., Penna., 1850-51. 

THEOPHILUS ADAM WYLIE, A. M. LL. D., 1861. (D. D., Coll. N. J., 1861, 
and Monmouth Coll., 111., 1S61, and Miami Univ., O., 18&5.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 8, 18 10. s. Rev. vSamuel Brown Wylie, D. D., Prof. Heb., 
Gr. and Lat. Lang., and Margaret Watson. Entered Junior Class 1828. 
Mem. Philo. <J>.B.K. Latin Orator. Studied at Theol. Sem. Ref. Presb. Ch., 
1831-33. Presb. clergyman. Teacher Acad. Dept., 1S30-35. Prof Nat. Phil, 
and Chem., Indiana Univ., 1837-52. Prof. Math, and Astron., Miami Univ., 
1852-55. Prof. Nat. Phil., Indiana Univ., 1855-64 ; Prof. Lang., Indiana 
Univ., 1864-67. Prof. Nat. Phil., Indiana Univ., 1867-87. Emer. Prof Nat. 

Phil., Indiana Univ., 1887 . Published "Hist. Indiana Univ.," beside 

numerous scientific papers, m. Rebecca, dau. Col. Richard Dennis, U. S. A. 
See Appleton, Hist. Indiana Univ. Address, Bloomington, Ind. 

Non-Graduates. 
fWILSON DUNTALD. 

Entered 1828. 

tJOSEPH EASTBURN HARNED (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., Jan. 5, 181 2; d. Petersburg, Va., Oct. 24, 1883. s. John 
Harned and Adalissa Brown. Entered 1827 and left Junior year. Mem. 
Philo. Physician. Master Warden Port of Phila. Surg. U. S. Vols., 
1864-65. m. Sarah, dau. Capt. William H. Griffiths, Norristown, Penna. 

t HENRY ZANTZINGER. 

b. Phila., Aug. 13, 1812 ; d. Phila., June 29, 1851. s. Thomas Barton 
Zantzinger (Class 1793) and Susanna Sheaff. Entered 1827 and left Junior 
year. Mem. Philo. Lawver. 

183I. 
fWILLIAM ALEXANDER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 5, 1808; d. Harrisburg, Penna., Oct. 8, 1875. s. . 

Entered 1828. Teacher. Published a vol. of poems. See Allibone. 

i-THOMAS ARMSTRONG, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., 1812; d. Phila., Mch. 16, 1836. s. Hon. Thomas Armstrong 
■•• and Henrietta J. Marache. Entered 182S. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

tCOLIN ARROTT, A.M. M. D., 1834. 

b. Phila., Oct. 20, 181 1 ; d. Phila., Feb., 1881. s. James Arrott and 

Jane TurnbuU. Entered 1829. Mem. Philo. Physician. Pursued his 

medical studies in Edinburgh and Paris. Surg. U. S. A., 1861-77. 

t GEORGE AUGUSTUS BICKNELL, JR., A. M. (LL. D. Indiana Univ., 1S64.) 
b. Phila., Feb. 6, 1S17 ; d. New Albany, Ind., Apr. 11, 1891. s. George 
Augustus Ricknell and Emeline Valeria I'intard Inglis. Entered 1S29. 
Mem. I'hilo. Studied at Law Sch. Yale Coll., 1S31-32. Mem. Calliopean 
Soc. Yale Coll. Lawver. Judge 2d Judl. Circuit, Ind., 1S52-76. Prof Law 
Ind. Univ., 1861-70. ' M. C, 1877-81. Judge vSup. Ct. Ind., 1881-85. J"fl.c:e 
52d Judl. Circuic, 1890-91. Published " A Commentary on the Bankrupt 
Law of 1842 ; " "Civil Practice ; " " Criminal Practice." m. Elizabeth Has- 
kins, dau. Jesse Richards. Batsto, N. J. See Wylie^s Hist. Indiana Univ. 

t CONRAD RICHARDS BOYER, A. M. M. D., 1S34. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered 1S2S. Mem. Philo. One 

of the founders Zelo. Physician. 



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+ W5LLIAM GEORGE CALDCLEUGH, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1812 ; d. Phila., Nov. 22, 1S72. s. Robert Alexander Cald- 
cleugh and Rebecca Poyntell. Entered 1S28. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 
Published a metrical translation of Homer's Iliad ; " The Branch and other 
Poems ; " " Eastern Tales. ' ' See Alliboiie. 

f GEORGE CONNELLY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 12, 1S13 ; d. New Orleans, La., 1865. s. Henry Connelly 
and Elizabeth Pierce. Entered 1828. One of the founders Zelo. Latin 
Salutatorian. Cotton factor. 

tJAMES WILKiNSON DALE, A. M. M. D., 1838. E. D., 1868 (and Hampden 

Sidney Coll., Va., ). 

b. Cantwell's Bridge (now Odessa), Del., Oct. 16, 1812 ; d. Media, Del. 
CO., Penna., Apr. 19, 1881. s. Richard Colegate Dale, M. D., and Margaret 
Fitzgerald. Entered 1S2S. One of the founders Zelo. Valedictorian. 
Studied Theol. Sem., Andover, Mass., 1832, and at Theol. Sem., Princeton, 
N. J., 1833, and returned to Theol. Sem., Andover, where he was graduated. 
Presb. clergj^man. Agt. Am. Bd. Com. Foreign Misns, 1835-36. Agt. Am. 
Bible Soc. for Penna., 1838-45. Pastor Ridley and Middletown, Penna., 
1845-66; and Media, Penna., 1866-71 ; and Wayne, Penna., 1871-76. Pub- 
lished "Classic Baptism;" "Judaic Baptism;" "Johannic Baptism ;" article 
on "Baptism," inSchaff's Biblical Encyc, and many tracts and magazine 
articles. m. Mary Goldsborough, dau. Andrew Gray. See Appletott, 
Aliibone. 

t EDMUND CADWALADER EVANS, A. M. M. D., 1835. 

b. Gwynedd, Montg. co.. Penna., Aug. 12, 181 2 ; d. Lower Merion, 
Montg. CO., Penna., May 20, 1881. s. Cadwalader Evans, Jr., and Harriet 
Verena Musser. Entered 1828. Mem. Philo. Physician. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1859. m. Mary Louisa, dau. Rev. Benjamin Allen, Hyde Park, N. Y. 
See H. M. Jenkins' Hist. Colledioti of Gwynedd, Penna. 

JOHN WYLIE FAIRES, A. M. D. D., 1861. 

b. Willow Grove, Montg. co., Penna,. Jan. 27, 1813. s. William Faires 
and Martha McNeilly. Entered 1828. Mem. Philo. *. B. K. Gr. Salu- 
tatorian. Presb. clergyman. Teacher Deaf and Dumb Instit, Phila., 
1831-37. Principal Classical Acad., Phila., 1837-88. Vice-Pres. Alumni 
Soc, Coll. Dept. m. ist, Elizabeth, dau. John McKinley ; 2d, Elizabeth 
Brinton, dau. Robert Ely, Lambertville, N. J. Address, 245 S. Thirteenth 
St., Phila. 

t EDWARD CAMPBELL FASSITT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 9, 1812 ; d. Phila., May 24, 1852. s. James Fassitt and 
Margaret Langstroth. Entered 1828. One of the founders Zelo. Lawyer. 
m. Mary Ann, dau. John Fassitt. 

tJOSEPH RICHARDS HART, A. M. 

b. ; d. Ky., Aug. 15, 1844. s. . Entered 1828. One of the 

founders Zelo. Lawyer. 

t BENJAMIN WILCOCKS INGERSOLL. A. M. 

b. Phila., 1813; d. Rome, Italy, Jan., 1859. s. Hon. Charles Jared 
Ingersoll and Mary Wilcocks. Entered 1828. Merchant. See Keith. 

t CHARLES EDWIN LEX, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec 3, 1812 ; d. Phila., May 16, 1872. s. Jacob Lex and 
Johanna Frederica Eberle. Entered 1828. One of the founders Zelo. 
Lawyer. City Solicitor Phila., 1860-62. Trustee, 1866-72. Pres. Alumni 
Soc, Coll. Dept. m. Mary Murdoch, dau. James Casey. 

fBENJAMIN BRANNAN McKINLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 22, 1810 ; d. Phila., July 29, 1883. s. John McKinley and 
Abigail Brannan. Entered 1828. Mem. Philo. Instr. Deaf and Dumb 
Instit., Phila., 1835-81. m. Mary S. Elfreth, Haddonfield, N. J. 



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t ROBERT McMillan, a. m. m. d., 1837. 

b. Chester Dist, S. C, ; d. . s. . Entered 1828. Mem, 

Philo. Physician. 

t HENRY WARREN RICHARDSON, A. M. M. D., 1834. 

b. S. C, 1812, d. Beaufort co., S. C, 1845. s, Henry Richardson, 
M. D., and Mary Fraser. Entered 1828. Moderator Philo. Physician ; 
afterward planter, m. Mary, dau. Hon. John Maner, Beaufort co. , S. C. 

tJOHN MARK SMITH, A. M. (M. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 11, 1812 ; d. Balto., Md., May i, 1871. s. Samuel F. 
Smith and Ellen Morrow Mark. Entered 1828. One of the founders Zelo. 
Physician. See Keith. 

t EDWARD A. WATSON, A.M. 

b. ; d. Phila., Jan., 2, 1891. s. Charles C. Watson, Jr., and . 

Entered 1828. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

tJOHN V. WILSON, A. M. 

b. ; d. . s. Mindert Wilson and . Entered 1828. Mem. 

Philo. 

Non-Graduates. 

t SOLOMON P. ALLEN, JR. (A. B., Union Coll., 1831. A. M. Union Coll., 1834). 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered Junior Class, Oct., 1829, and 

left Jan. , 1830. Mem. Philo. Studied previously at Dickinson Coll. 
t ROBERT CALDCLEUGH, M. D., 1832. 

b. Phila., 1812 ; d. Phila., Jan., 1873. s. Robert Alexander Caldcleugh 
and Rebecca Poyntell. Entered 1828 and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Mem. Philo. Physician. 

t EDWARD WASHINGTON DAVID. 

b. Phila., 1810; d. Phila., July 26, 1863, s. . Entered 1828 and 

left Soph. year. Lawyer. 

fHARDMAN PHILLIPS DEWEES (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Phila., 1810 ; d. N. Y. City, Oct. 11, 1879. s. William Potts Dewees, 
M, D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Mary Lorraine. Entered 182S and left Junior 
year. Physician. Mem. Obstet. Soc, N. Y. City. Published a number 
of pamphlets on medical subjects, m. Jane, dau. William Farmer, New 
Brunswick, N. J. 

tCHARLES HENRY FISHER (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1832. A. M. Coll. N. J., 1835). 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Mch. 10, 1862. s. James Logan Fisher and 

Ann Eliza George. Entered 1828 and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. m. 
Sarah Ann, dau. Humphrey Atherton, Phila. See Keith. 

tJOHN HENRY FRICK. 

b. Phila., May 19, 1810 ; d. Gtn., Phila., July 10, 1870. s. Jacob Frick 
and Sarah McMullin. Entered 1828 and left Junior year. Journalist. 
Editor American Sentinel^ Phila., 1830-47, when it was merged into the 
Evening;- Bulletin. Notary Public, 1841-70. m. Amanda M., dau. James 
Way, Phila. 

tJOHN PRINGLE JONES (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1831. LL. D., Franklin and 
Marshall Coll., Penna., i860). 

b. , Bucks CO., Penna., 1812 ; d. London, Eng., Mch. 16, 1874. s. 

William Jones and Elizabeth Hasell Pringle. Entered 1828 and left at the 
beginning of the Senior year. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. Pres. Judge 
Berks co., Penna., 1847. Published tAvo vols. Penna. State Reports, m. 
1st, Anna Muhlenberg Hiester ; 2d, Catharine Elizabeth Hiester. See 
Keith, Appleton. 



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t LEWIS D. LINN. 

Entered 1828 and left during the Soph. year. 
MORRIS OGDEN MEREDITH. 

b. Phila., June 15, 1812. s. William Tuckey Meredith, (Class 1790) and 
Gertrude Gouverneur Ogden. Entered 1828, and left during the Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Merchant. Capt. of a N. J. company U. S. Vols., 1862. m. 
Susan, dau. John Byerly, Phila. Address, Beverly, N. J. 

+ WILLIAM HALSTED PATTERSON, M. D., 1835. 

b. Newark, N.J. , 1813 ; d. Buenos Ayres, S. A., Nov., 1836. s. James 
Patterson and Sarah Coe. Entered 1828, and left during the Junior year. 
Mem. Zelo. Physician. 

t J AMES SCHOTT, JR. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. James Schott and Rebecca Bryan. 

Entered Soph. Class 1829, and left during the Junior year. Merchant, m. 
ist, Ellen, dau. Richard Willing ; 2d, Ridgely, Balto., Md. 

t THEODORE THOMSON. 

b. Phila., Dec. i, 1812 ; d. Phila., Feb. 21, 1S39. s. George Thomson 

and . Entered 1828. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Mem. First Trp. Phila. 

City Cav. 

fALBERT A. WILLIS. 

Entered 1828, and left Soph. year. 

1832. 

tJOSEPH BEALE, JR., A. M. M. D., 1836. 

b. Phila., Dec. 30, 1814 ; d. Phila., Sept. 22, 1889. s. Joseph Beale and 
Margaret McDowell. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. Gr. Salutatorian. Naval 
Surg. Asst. vSurg U. S. N., 1837. Surg. U. S. N., 1849. Med. Direc. U. S. 
N., 1871. Surg. -Gen. U. S. N., 1873. m. Atala, dau. George Blow, Sussex 
CO., Va. See Ftdhey and Cope. 

fWILLIAM PITT BEDLOCK, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1812 ; d. New Orleans, La., 1863. s. . Entered 1828. 

Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 

t THOMAS ALEXANDER BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 22, 1814 ; d. Phila., Feb. i, 1888. s. Thomas Biddle 
(Class 1 791) and Christine Williams. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. Banker, 
m. Julia, dau. John Cox (Class 1802). See Autobiog. Charles Biddle, 
Descdts. Clement Biddle. 

t WILLIAM NEWBOLD BISPHAM, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 6, 1814 ; d. Warrenton, Va., May 16, 1869. s. Stacy 
Budd Bispham and Anna Newbold. Entered 1828. Mem. Philo. Dentist, 
m. Mary Ann, dau. Judge John Clopton (Class 1776). 

tJOHN CHARLES BEAUVEAU BORIE. 

b. Phila., Dec. 26, 1814 ; d. Phila., Sept. 9, 1832. s. John Joseph Bone 
and Sophia Beauveau. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. 

tST.GEORGE TUCKER CAMPBELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 30, 1814 ; d. Phila., Mch. 20, 1874. s. Alexander Camp- 
bell and Maria Dallas. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. English Salutatorian. 
Lawyer. Very eminent as counsel and advocate. Retired from the Bar at 
the age of fifty-two. m. Elizabeth, dau. Hon. Thomas F. Mason. 
GEORGE CORREY CARSON, A. M. ' 

b. Falls Schuylkill, Phila., June i, 1814. s. Joseph Carson and Elizabeth 
Lawrence. Entered 1828. Moderator Philo. Merchant. Mem. First 
Trp. Phila. City Cav. m, Harriet Rosalie, dau. Thomas Assheton Morgan. 
Address, Torrisdale, Phila. 



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fGEORGE EMLEN, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 25, 1814 ; d. Phila., June 7, 1853. s. William Fishbourne 
Emlen and Marj' Parker Norris. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. Valedictorian. 
Lawyer. Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1837. Sec. Bd. of Trustees, 1841-53. 
Pres. Bd. Public Sch. Controllers, Phila. m. Ellen Markoe. See Keith. 

fjOHN CONNELLY EYRE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 27, 1811 ; d. Phila., Sept., 1S49. s. Manuel Eyre and 
Anne Louisa Connelly. Entered 182S. Mem. Zelo. Supercargo and agt. 
for his father in S. A. trade. 

t DANIEL CARROLL HARVEY, A. M. M. D., 1835. 

b. Balto., Md., 1813 ; d. near Abington, Montg. co., Penna., 1843. s. 
Samuel Dawes Harvey and Margaret Carroll. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. 
Physician. 

OLIVER HOPKINSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 24, 1812. s. Hon. Joseph Hopkinson (Class 1786) and 
Emily Mifflin. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. Hist.' Soc. 
Penna, Col. Del. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-64. m. Eliza, dau. William 
Swaim, Phila. ^^e Keith. Address, 1424 Spruce st, Phila. 

KENRY LONGSTRETH, A. M. 

b. Burlington, N. J., July, 1814. s. Isaac T. Longstreth and Mary 
Collins. Entered Junior Class 1830. Mem. Zelo. Publisher. Address, 
56th St. and Springfield ave., Phila. 

t ALEXANDER MURRAY MciLVAINE, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 7, 1815 ; d. Phila., Aug. 10, 1S88. s. Joseph Bloomfield 
Mcllvaine and Mary Anne Murray. Entered 182S. Moderator Philo. 
Merchant, m. Mar>' Cowperthwaite, dau. Joseph Olden, M. D. See Rod- 
man Family, Keith. 

tWSLLIAN! MclLVACNE, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 5, 1813 ; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 16, 1867. s. Joseph 
Bloomfield T.Ictlvaine and Mary Anne Murray. Entered 1828. Mem" Zelo. 
Artist, devoted chiefly to water colors. Traveled extensively in Europe. 
Served in 5th N. Y. Regt., U. S. Vols., 1861-63. Published "Sketches of 
Scenery and Notes of Personal Adventure in California and Mexico." See 
Rodman Family, Keith. 

+ SAMUEL fiflcKINWEY, A. M. (D. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Rogersville, Tenn., ; d. . s. . Entered 1829. ]\Iem. 

Zelo. Presb. clergyman. Pres. Austin Coll., Texas. 

fALFRED AlLEXANDcR MiLLER, A. M. 

b. Easton, Penna., Oct. 16, 1815 ; d. Hilton Head, Port Royal, S. C, 
Aug. 30, 1S62. s. Alexander J. Miller and Anna Maria Bass. Entered 1829. 
Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 
1S36. Asst. min. St. Peter's P. E. Ch., Phila., 1S36, and engaged in minis- 
terial work in Penna., Conn., Md. and Florida, m. ist, Hetta, dau. Enos 
Bronson, Phila. ; 2d, Catharine Sarah, dau. Nicholas Dubois, Balto. , IMd. 

SIMON GRATZ MOSES, A. M. M. D., 1835. 

b. Phila., Oct. 6, 1813. s. Solomon Moses and Rachel Gratz. Entered 
1829. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Prof. Obstet. ISIissouri Med. Coll., 1851-54. 
Pres. Obstet. Soc, St. Louis, Mo. Health Officer, St. Louis, Mo. m. ist, 
Mary Potter, dau. Col. Samuel Ashe, Revo. Army ; 2d, Mary Papin, widow 
of Acheson. Address, Cabane PI., St. Louis, Mo. 

CHARLES WILLIAM SCHAEFFER, A. M. D. D., 1879. (LL. D., Thiel Coll., 
Penna., 1887.) 

b. Hagerstown, Md., May 5, 1813. s. Rev. Solomon Frederick SchaefTer 
and Eliza Crever. Entered Apr., 1829. Pres. Zelo. <1\ B. K. Studied 



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at Dickinson Coll., 1828. I.uth. clergyman. Prof. Eccl. Hist, and Prac- 
tical Theol., Theol. Sem. Evan. Lutli. Ch., Phila., 1864 . Trustee, 

1858 . Published "Hist. Luth. Ch. in America;" two works on 

" Christian Devotion ;" and historical translations fr. the German, etc. m. 
Elizabeth Fry, dau. James Ashmead, Gtn., Phila. See Appleton. Address, 
4784 Gtn. Ave., Phila. 

tJOHN BEDFORD SHOBER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 13, 1814 ; d. Phila., Nov. 27, 1S64. s. Samuel Lieber- 
kuhn Shober and Mary Anne Bedford. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. 
Merchant. 

ALFRED STILLE, A. M. M. D., 1836. DD. D., 1889. (A. M., Yale, gratios 
causa, 1850. LD. D., Penna. Coll., Gettysburg, 1859.) 

b Phila Oct. 30, 1813. s. John Stille and Maria Wagner. Entered 
1830.' Pres. 'Zelo. *. B. K. Studied at Yale Coll., 1828-30. Physician. 
Resdt. Phila. Hosp., 1836, and Penna. Hosp., 1839-41. Lecturer on medi- 
cine Phila. Assn. for Med. Instruct., 1845-51. Prof. Theory and Pract. Med. 
Penna. Med. Coll. Phila., 1854-59- Prof. Theory and Pract. Med. and 
Clinical Med., 1864-84. Phys. St. Joseph's Hosp., 1849-77- Surg. U. S. A. 
Satterlee Hosp. during the Civil War, 1S62-63. Phys. Phila. Hosp., 1865-71. 
Mem Am. Phil. Soc, 1852; Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Phila. Med. Soc, 1834. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1842, and its Pres., 1883-84. Mem. Phila. Co. 
Med. Soc, 1849, and its Pres. Mem. Path. Soc. Phila., 1859-63, and its 
Pres. Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1847, and its Sec, 1847, and its Pres., 1871. 
Pres. Alumni Soc, Med. Dept. Corres. Fell. Acad. Med. N. Y. Hon'y- Mem. 
Med. Soc. of R. I., 1858; of N. Y., i860; and of Cal., 1871. Mem. La 
Societe Medicale d' Observation de Paris, 1837. Mem. Centennial Med 
Com., and its Vice-Pres., 1875-76. Mem. Internat. Med. Cong., 1876, and 
Pres. of Section on Med. Published, conjointly with John F. Meigs, M. D., 
a translation, Antral's "Path. Hoematology ;" "Elements Gen. Path.;" 
"Mat. Med. and Therap.," 2 vols. ; "Epidemic Cholera ;" conjointly with 
John M. Maisch, Ph.D., "The Nat. Dispensatory;" beside humorous 
addresses, lectures, essavs and reviews. m. Caroline Christina Barnett. 
See Appleton, Allibone, Atkinson, Rmchenberger. Address, 3900 Spruce 
St., Phila. 
fAMDREW BRIMiWER STONES, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 7, 1814 ; d. . s. Samuel Stones and . Entered 

1S2S. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 

+JOHN RICHARDS WHiTE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 20, 1815 ; d. Phila., Mch. i, 1874. s. John White and 
Anna Maria Richards. Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. Latin orator. Mer- 
chant, m. Caroline, dau. William Wurts, Phila. 
tJOHN RINGGOLD WILKIER, A. M. 

b. Phila., June i, 1813 ; d. Phila., Apr. 22, 1886. s. James Wilmer and 
Ann Emerson. Entered 1828. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Treas. Frankford 
and Bristol Turnpike Co. m. Tst, Antoinette Teisseire, Phila. ; 2d, Nathalie 
Chazourne, N. Y. City. See Hist. State in Schuylkill. 
t EDWIN WILSON WiLTBANK, A. M. 

b Phila., ; d. , Ky., 1846. s. Rev. James Wikbank (Class 1791) 

and Mary White Entered 1828. Mem. Zelo. P. E. clergyman, m Eliza- 
beth, dau. Gen. Macpherson. See Blontgomery s Col. Thomas White and 
his Descdts. 
t ANDREW GIFFORD WYLIE, A.M. 

b. N. Y. City, Feb. 26, 1813 ; d. Cincinnati, C, Dec. 24, 1884. s. David 
Wvlie and Eliza Gifford. Entered 1830. Mem. Philo. Studied at Union 
Coil., N. Y., 1828-30. Presb. clergyman, and pastor at Duanesbury, N. Y., 
Phila., and Cincinnati, m. Susan M., dau. John Parr. 



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Non-Graduates. 

fGARNETT BOWDITCH ADRAIN (A. B., Rutgers Coll., 1833. A. M., Rutgers 
Coll., 1836). 

b. N. Y. City, Dec. 20, 1815 ; d. New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 17, 1878. 
s. Robert Adrain, hh- D., Prof. Math., and Anna Pollock. Entered 1S28, 
and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. M. C, 1857-59, 1S59-61. m. 
Mary Smith, dau. Joseph C. Griggs. See Appleton. 

tJOHN CHARLES CARPENTIER. 

b. Phila., June 18, 1813 ; d. Phila., Nov. 2, 1861. s. Lewis Duclos Car- 
pentier and Sarah Kean. Entered Soph. Class 1S29, and left at the end of 
Soph. year. Moderator Philo. Merchant. 

JOHN 30HLEN COLHOUN, M. D., 1834. 

b. Phila., Mch. 10, 1813. s. Gusta\Tis Colhouu and Martha Spotswood. 
Entered 1828, and left at the end of Soph. year. 1830. Physician. Was 
graduated at the Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1844. P. E. cler- 
gyman and rector Rutherford, N. J. m. Elizabeth Jane, dau. Rev. James 
Moore, D. D. Address, Rutherford, N. J. 

t FERDINAND COXE. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered 1S2S, and left during Junior 

year. Mem. Zelo. 2d Lieut, ist Inf., U. S. A., 1838; ist Lieut., 1840. 
Resigned fr. the army, 1844. m. Cochran. 

fTHOMAS WILMERTON DUFFIELD,JR. 

b. Phila., 1812 ; d. Phila., May 5, 1864. s. Thomas Wilmerton Duffield 
and Mary Wilmerton. Entered 1828, and left Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Law- 
yer. Mem. Com. Coun. Phila., 1856-58. Mem. Bd. Pub. Sch. Controllers, 
Phila. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1859-60, 1860-61. Col. "Jackson Artill." 
during the Mexican War. Capt. of an emergency company, 1863. m. Emma 
Laetitia Buckus. 

JEHU HOLUNGSWORTH. 

b. Phila., June 18, 1814. s. Samuel HoUingsworth and Jane Porterfield 
Smith. Entered Soph. Class Sept., 1829, and left Junior year. Mcht. in 
Cleveland, O., and in N. Y. m. Fanny Eloise, dau. Samuel Shorey, Brock- 
port, N. Y. See HoUingsworth Geneal. Address, 38 W. Twelfth St., N. Y. 
City'. 
t ALBERT EUGENE LANGSTROTH. 

b. Phila., May 21, 1812 ; d. Phila., Aug. 4, 1831.* s. John George Lang- 
stroth and Rebecca Amelia Dunn. Entered 182S. Merchant. 

tJAMES NAPOLEON UNGSTROTH. 

b. Phila., Oct. 11, 1813 ; d. Monterey, Mexico, 1876. s. John George 
Langstroth and Rebecca Amelia Dunn. Entered 1828. Merchant, m. 
Francesca Leichart. 
t DAVID HAZZARD MACURDY. 

b. Phila., May 7, 1815 ; d. Phila., May 2, 18S5. s. Hugh IMacurdy and 
Ann Hazzard. Entered 1828, and left Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated 
at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1846. Mcht; afterward P. E. clergyman. 
t HENRY DAVID MANDEVILLE, JR. (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1832). 

b. Phila., Mch. 31, 1815 ; d. New Orleans, La., Jan. 25, 1872. s. Henry 
David Mandeville and Charlotte vSchott. Entered Soph. Class 1829, and left 
at the end of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Mem. Whig Soc. Coll. N. J., 
fr. which he received a gold medal for best essay. Lawyer, which he relin- 
quished in 1S44 on account of ill health, for the labors of a planter, m. 
Julia, dau. Col. Henry William Huntington, Natchez, Miss. 



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tJOSEPH DENNIE MEREDITH. 

b. Phila.,May 10, 1814 ; d. N. Y. City, Dec. 29, 1856. s. William 
Tuckey Meredith (Class 1790) and Gertrude Gouverneur Ogden. Entered 
Soph. Class 1829, and left Junior year 1831. Coal mcht. m. Sarah Emlen, 
dau. Hon. John Morin Scott, Phila. 

HENRY NORRIS. 

b. Phila., Aug. 6, 181 1. s. Joseph Parker Norris and Elizabeth Hill 
Fox. Entered 1828, and left Fresh, year. Address, 1903 Walnut St., Phila. 

t CLIFFORD STOCKER PHILLIPS. 

b. Phila., circa 1814 ; d. Phila., Dec, 3, 1868. s. William Phillips and 
Anna Smith. Entered 182S, and left Junior year. Mem. Zelo. m. Eliza 
C. Morgan. 

fWILLIAM STOCKTON. 

b. , 1813 ; d. . s, . Entered Soph. Class Aug. 1829, and 

left Jan., 1830. 
t GEORGE HARRISON WHITE. 

b. Phila., June 26, 1812 ; d. Phila., Nov. 18, 1867. s. Thomas Harrison 
White (Class 1795) and Mary Key Heath. Entered 1828 and left during 
Fresh, year. Merchant for a short time. Midshipman U. S. N., 1828-29. 
Purser U. S. N., 1841-63. m. Margaret Wharton, dau. Jacob Ridgway 
Smith, Phila. See Montgomery's Col. Thomas White and his Dcscdts. 

1833. 

t WILLIAM HENRY ASH HURST. A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 16, 1815 ; d. Newport, R. I., June 23, 1885. s. Richard 
Ashhurst and Elizabeth Croto, widow of Capt. Hughes. Entered 1829. Mer- 
chant. Banker, m. Elizabeth K., dau. Isaac Hone, Phila. 

t EDWARD CRAIG BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1815 ; d. Phila., 1872. s. Nicholas Biddle (Class 1799) and 
Jane N. Craig. Entered 1829. Clk. in U. S. Bank, Phila. m. Jane J. 
Sarmiento, widow of Craig. See Autobiog. Charles Biddle. 

t ROBERT CASE CLARK, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 5, 1815 ; d. Phila., July 31, 1882. s. Robert S. Clark 
and Ann Case. Entered 1829. Mem. Philo. Studied at Theol. Sem. Ref. 
Ch., New Brunswick, N. J., about three years. Druggist, m. Adelaide 
Amanda, dau. Robert Street. 

t J AMES LAWRENCE COLE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Sept., 1813 ; d. . s. James H. Cole and . Entered 

Junior Class 1831. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, 
N. J., 1836. Presb. clergyman, and missionary in Penna. and La. 

t MATTHEW RANDALL EARP. 

b. Phila., May 29, 1815 ; d. Phila., Nov. 9, 1835. s. Robert Earp and 
Mary Ann Randall. Entered 1829. Mem. Zelo. 

fWILLIAM ELBERT EVANS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 26, 1816 ; d. Washington, D. C, Mch. 7, 1869. s. Cad- 
walader Evans, Jr., and Harriet Verena Musser. Entered 1829. Mem. 
Philo. m. 1st, Anna, dau. Jacob Smith, Phila.; 2d, Emma, dau. William 
Fotterall, Phila. See H. M. Jenkins' Hist. Collection of Gwynedd, Penna. 

^WARWICK BAMFYLDE FREEMAN, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct., 1815 ; d. Phila., Mch. 14, 1871. s. Henry G. Freeman 
and Eliza Stokes. Entered Soph. Class 1830. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 



90 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1S33 

WILLIAM GILPIN, A. :\I. 

b. Lancaster, Eng., Oct. 4, 18 14. s. Joshua Gilpin and Mary Dihvortb. 
Entered Junior Class 1831. Mem. Zelo. Cadet U. S. INIil. Acad'., West Pt., 
1S35. 2d. Lieut. 2d Dragoons U. S. A., 1836. ist Lieut. Dragoons U. S. A., 
1836. Served in the Mexican War as Major Mo. Vols., 1S46, and Lt.-Col. 
Mo. Vols., 1847-48. Sec. Mo. Legis., 1841-43. Gov. Colorado Terr., i86r. 
Published "The Mission of the North American People;" " The Central 
Gold Region." m. Mrs. Julia Pratt Dickinson, Mo. ^Q&Applcton. Addres.s, 
Denver, Col. 

t KINGSTON GODDARD, A. JL (D. D. Kenyon Coll., i860.) 

b. Phila., Apr. 20, 1813 ; d. Richmond, S. I., N. Y., Oct. 24, 1875. s. 
John Goddard and Mary Beck. P^ntered 1829. Moderator Philo. Was 
graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1836. P. E. clergy- 
man; rector St. Anna's, Fishkill Landing, N. Y., 1835-37; and Christ Ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1S37-41 ; and Emanuel, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1841-44 ; and the 
Atoneruent, Phila., 1847-58; and Christ Ch., Cincinnati, O., 1 85 8-62 ; and 
St. Paul's, Phila., 1862-66; and St. Andrew's, Richmond, S. L, N. Y., 1866-75. 
Mem. Am. Phil. vSoc, 1S57. Grand Chaplain F. and A. M., Penna. m. 
Matilda Susan, dan. William Seaman. 

+JOHN FRANCIS KOFF, A. M. (A. B., Yale, gratiae causa, 1S79. A. M., Yale, 
gratiee causa, 1879. ^- ^-i William and Mary Coll., 1870.) 

b. Lancaster, Penna., Jan. 10, 1814; d. Balto., Md., Dec. 18, 1881. s, 
George HofFand Margaret Llager. Entered Junior Class, 183 1. Mem. Zelo. 
Studied at Dickinson Coll., Oct., 1827, to Sept., 1828, and entered Soph. 
Class, Yale Coll., Sept., 1829 and left at the end of Soph. vear. Studied at 
Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1834-36. and at Gen. Theol. Sem. 
P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1836, when he was graduated. P. E. clergyman; 
rector Christ Ch., Georgetown, D. C, 1838-43 ; and St. Mark's, Frederick 
CO., Md., 1844-47 ; and Christ Ch., Millwood, Clarke co., Va., 1847-58; and 
Trinity, Towsontown, Balto. co., Md., 1858-81. Published a series of tracts 
and essays on doctrine and polity P. E. Ch. m. Juliana Johnson, dau. 
William Ross. 

tJOKN WOLFGANG HOFFMAN, A. Isl. 

b. Phila., 1813 ; d. Nonvich, Conn., 1879. .s. . Entered 1829. 

Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y, City, 
1836. P. E. clergyman, m. . 

tJAMES CRAFT HULME, A. M. 

b. Burlington, N. J., Sept. 30, 1809; d. Burlington, N. J., Feb. 29, 1840. 
s. John Hulme and Martha Craft. Entered Soph. Class 1830. Mem. Zelo. 
Student of Phar. for a short time. Tutor Bristol Coll., Bristol, Penna. 
for two years, then entered Theol. Sem. P. E- Ch., Alexandria, Va., and died 
before completing his studies. 

t NORTON JOHNSON, A. M. 

b. Gtn, Phila., June 15, 1816; d. Gtn., Phila., Jan. 9, 1882. s. John 
John.son and Sarah Wheeler. Entered 1829. Mem. Zelo. jNIcrchant. Sec. 
and Treas. Connelsville Gas Coal Co. m. Emily lioyt. 

tJOHN MAGOFFIN MACAULEY, A. M. (D. D., Columbia Coll., 1855.) 

1). Schenectady, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1813 ; d. Newark, N. J., July 4, 1891. 
s. Rev. Thomas Macauley, D. D., LL. D., and Mary Magoffin.' Entered 
Junior Class 1831. Pres. Zelo. Valedictorian. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., 
Princeton, N. J., 18^7. Clergj'man Dutch Ref and Presb. Ch.s.; pastor So. 
Dutch Ref Ch., N. Y. City, 1838-61, and Congl. Ch., Ormskirk, Eng., 
1866-69, ^"'^ Woodside, N. J., 1872-80 and Presb. Ch., Arlington, N. J., 
1880-82. Published a number of sermons and lectures. Upon his gradua- 
tion from Princeton vSem. he was offered the Prof. Math, in Univ. Penna. 
m. Hester, dau. Isaac C. Van Wyck. N. Y. City. See Necroh^y Report 
Alutnni Assn., Theol. Sem. Princeton, Corzvin's Manuel Ref. Ch. in Am, 



1833] coi,lege; department. 91 

tJOHN McKINLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., July i8, 1815 ; d. Phila., Oct. 5, 1S41. s. John McKinley and 
Abigail Brannan. Entered 1829. Moderator Pliilo. Presb. clergyman. 
m. Frances W. Lamphere, Cincinnati, O. 

t FREDERIC WILLIAM MAYER, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 21, 1815 ; d. Phila., Aug. 9, 1S37. s. Rev. Philip Fred- 
erick Mayer, D. D., and Lucy Woodbridge Rodman. Entered 1829. Mem, 
Zelo. Lawyer. See Rodman Farnily. 

t CHARLES A. OGDEN, A. M. M. D., 1847. 

b. Camden, N. J., ; d. . s. . Entered Soph. Class 1831. 

Physician. 

WILLIAM TOD OTTO, A. M. (LL. D., Indiana Univ., 1852.) 

b. Pliila., Jan. 19, 1S16. s. John C. Otto, M. D., and Eliza Tod. Entered 
1829. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Pres. Judge 2d Judl. Circt., Indiana, 1S44-52. 
Prof. Law, Indiana Univ., 1847-52. Asst. Sec. of the Interior, U. S., 1863-71. 
U. S. Arbitrator under the Conv. with Spain, 1S71. Reporter Sup. Ct. U. S., 
1875-84. U. S. representative to luternat. Postal Cong., Lisbon, Portugal, 
1S85. See Appleton, Wylie's Hist. Indiana Univ. Address, New Albany, 
Ind. 

t ISRAEL PEMBERTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 11, 1813 ; d. Paoli, Chester co., Penna., Sept. 13, 1885. 
s. John Pemberton and Rebecca Clifford. Entered 1S29. Asst. Engr. Penna. 
Central R. R., under Engr. Edward Miller (Class 1828). Asst. Engr. U. S. 
Coast Surv. Chief Engr. Steubenville and Indiana R. R., and of Bellefon- 
taine and Indiana R. R., and of Louisville and Nashville R, R., and of 
Raritan and Del. Bay R. R. Published a translation of Baron Davillier's 
" Life of Fortuny." 

f CHARLES EMLEN PLEASANTS, A. M. (Ph. G., Phila. Coll. Phar., 1829.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 9, 1808; d. Flushing, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1866. s. Charles 
Pleasants and Ann Emlen. Entered Junior Class 1831. Mem. Philo. 
After graduating from the Coll. Phar., and previous to entering the Univ., 
he taught school in Wilmington, Del. He also taught in Frederick, Md., 
and then studied at Theo. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., where he was 
graduated, 1835. P. E. clergyman, and rector, Delaware; Montrose, Penna.; 
and Kent and St. Mar>''s cos., Md. m. ist, Caroline Wattles, Alexandria, 
Va. ; 2d, z\nnie Biscoe, Phila. 

fAUBREY HEMRY SfvllTH, A. M. 

b. near Darby, Del. co., Penna., Oct. 28, 1814 ; d. Phila., Apr. 14, 1891. 
s. Hon. Thomas Smith and Anna Maria Henry. Entered Junior Class 1831. 
Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Private Co. I, ist Penna. Artill., Capt. John Cad- 
walder (Class 1821), comdg., during the riots in Phila., 1844. U. S. Comr., 
Phila., 1857-9T. U.S. Dist.-Atty., E. D. Penna., 1869-73. Vice-Pres. Hist. 
Soc. Penna. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila; Am. Phil. Soc, i860. Private in 
an emergency company, Capt. Chapman Biddle comdg., Sept., 1862. m. 
Mar)', dau. Robert Cooper Grier, Justice U. S. Sup. Ct. 

fSAMUEL LISLE SMITH, A. M. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Aug. 11, 1816; d. Chicago, 111., July 30, 1S54. 
s. Samuel F. Smith and Ellen Morrow Mark. Entered 1829. Mem. Philo. 
Student in Law Dept., Yale Coll. Lawyer. Dist.-Atty. Chicago, 111. m. 
Martha Mary, dau. Rev. George Potts, D. D. (Class 1819). 

fWILLIAM WIKOFF SMITH, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 23, 1813 ; d. Phila., Apr. 6, 1854. s. John Correy Smith 
and Matilda WikofiF. Entered Junior Class 183 1. Moderator Philo. Studied 
chem. in Paris, France, 1S34-35, and on his return home was asst. to Dr. 
John K. Mitchell in his chemical lectures ; he subsequently entered the 
wholesale dn.:g business. 



92 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1833 

+JOHN WILLIAM WALLACE, A.M. LL.D., 1S75. 

b. Phila., Feb. 17, 1815 ; d. Phila., Jan. 12, 1884. s. John Bradford 
Wallace and Susan Binney. Entered 1829. Mem. Zelo. Studied law at 
the Temple, London. Lawyer. Treas. Law Assn., Phila., 1841-64. 
Standing Master in Chancery of the Sup. Ct., Penna., 1844-53. Reporter 
Sup. Ct. U. S., 1864-75. Pres. Hist. Soc. Penna., 1867-84. Pres. Alumni 
Soc, Coll. Dept., 1883-84. Author "The Reporters;" "An Old Philadel- 
phian, or Sketches of Col. William Bradford ; " " Wallace Junior's Reports ; " 
and addresses on "William Bradford, The Printer;" "Penna. as a Bor- 
rower;" "A Century of Beneficence, 1769-1869," etc. Edited, "Jebb's 
British Crown Cases Reserved." m. Dorothea Frances, dau. George Willing, 
Phila. See Memoir by Henry Flatiders, Keith, Appleton, AUibone. 

t WILLIAM WALN, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1815 ; d. Phila., 1863. s. . Entered 1S29. 

Non-Graduates. 
tTHOMAS BRADFORD. 

Entered Soph. Class 1831, and left during the Junior year. 

i- GEORGE WILLIAM CHAPMAN. 

b. Phila., Dec. 10, 1816 ; d. Phila., Feb. 19, 1S53. s. Nathaniel Chapman, 
M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Rebecca Cornell Biddle. Entered 1829, and 
left at the end of Junior year. Naval Officer. Midshipman U. S. N., 1S32 ; 
Passed Midshipman, 1838; Lieut., 1841. m. Emily, dau. John Markoe. See 
Autobiog. Charles Biddle. 

fCHARLES DRAYTON DEWEES (M. D., elsewhere). 

b. Phila., 1S14; d. Livingston, Madison co.. Miss., Mch. 6, 1S6S. s. 
William Potts Dewees, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Mary Lorraine. 
Entered 1829, and left at the end of Fresh, year. Physician, m. Jane M. 
Rowley, Phila. 

tJAMES LAWRENCE ENGLISH. 

b. Phila., June 5, 1813 ; d. Sacramento. Cal., May 29, 1S89. s. Elisha 
Newell English and Elizabeth Clement. Entered 1829, and left Junior year. 
Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Judge Advocate ist Brigade, 5th Div., Mo. militia, 
1S40. Brig. -Gen. ist Brigade, 4th Div., Cal. militia, 1861. m. Martha 
Augusta, dau. Edward Worthington. 

t CHARLES BELL GIBSON. M. D., 1836. 

b. Balto., Md., Nov. 12, 1815 ; d. Richmond, Va., Apr. 23, 1S65. s. 
William Gibson, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Sarah Charlotte Hollings- 
worth. Entered 1829, and left at the end of Fresh, year. Surgeon. Resdt. 
Phila. Hosp., 1838. Prof. Surg. Washington Med. Univ., Balto., Md., 
1842-48. Prof. Surg. Hampden Sidney Coll., Va., 1847. Prof. Surg., 
Richmond Med. Coll., Va., 1848-65. Surg. Gen., State of Va., 1861. Chief 
Surg. Genl. Hosp. No. i, Richmond, Va., 1862-65. Published many med. 
papers, m. Ellen, dau. Manuel Eyre, Phila. See Appleton. AUibone. 
Qiiinan's Med. Annals of Balto. 

t EDWARD AUGUSTUS HALL, M. D., 1844. 

b. Phila., Oct. 13, 1813 ; d. West Chester, Penna., June 28, 1885. s. 
Thomas Mifflin Hall and Mary Anna Bringhurst. Entered 1S29, and left 
during Junior year. Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Catharine Moore, dau. 
Thomas Lea. 

fCHARLES WHARTON HOLLINGSWORTH. 

b. Phila., Oct. 27, 1814; d. Phila., Jan. 10, 1S53. s. Thomas GilfiUan 
Ilollingsworth and Hannah Redwood Wharton. ^Entered 1829, and left 
Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. Sec Hollingsivorth Geneal. Roanian Family. 



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fSAMUEL LOVERING HOLUNGSWORTH, M. D., 1842. 

b. Phila., May 2, 1814; d. Phila., Dec. 14, 1872. s. Samuel Hollings- 
worth and Jane Porterfield Smith. Entered 1829, and left Junior year. 
Mem. Zelo. Physician. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1839. Fell. Coll. Phys. 
Phila., 1849. Mem. Phila. Co. Med. Soc; Am. Med. Assn., 1855; Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1856. Editor Phila. Med. Examiner, m. Anna Clifford, dau, John 
Pemberton. 

tJOHN S. KELLY. 

b. ; d. Phila., . s. . Entered 1829, and left Soph. year. 

Mem. Zelo. Merchant. 

t DANIEL PAUL LAJUS, M. D., 1837. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Jan. 25, 1859. s. Paul Lajus and Ann Pohl. 

Entered 1829, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Continued his 
medical studies in the hospitals, Paris, France. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 
1838. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1849. Mem. Phila. Co. Med. Soc, 1849, and 
its Pres., 1853 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1851 ; Northern Med. Assn., Phila., 1858. 
m. Fanny Tiers, Phila., 

tJOHN ALEXANDER LANGSTROTH. 

b. Phila., Sept. 7, 1816 ; d. Matamoras, Mexico, 1851. s. John George 
Langstroth and Rebecca Amelia Dunn. Entered Soph. Class 183 1, and left 
Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Merchant. 

fFURMAM LEAMING, M.D., 1837. 

b. Cape May, N. J., Aug. 30, 1815 ; d. Romney, Ind., Apr. i, 1891. s. 
Furman Leaming and Hannah Ludlam. Entered 1829, and left Junior 
year. Mem. Philo. Phys. , and subsequently farmer. Contributed to medical 
jouriials, and translated a portion of Berzelius' "Organic Chemistry." m. 
Mar)', dau. George Fisher Curwen, Cvimberland, Eng. 

t ALBERT GREENE LEARY. 

b. Barren Crk., Md., ; d. . s. . Entered 1829, and left at 

the end of Fresh, year. Lawyer. 

t HENRY LUDLAM. 

b. New Bedford, Mass., 1813 ; d. Phila., 1869. s. Lewis Ludlam and 
Jane Swain. Entered 1829, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Mcht. in 
Richmond, Va., and owner of a line of steam packet boats between Rich- 
mond and Balto. , Md. m. Sarah, dau. Capt, Dvinbar, New Bedford, Mass. 

fWILLIAM McMURTRIE. 

b. Phila., Jan. 20, 1815 ; d. Is. of St. Helena, Sept. 24, 1843. s. James 
McMurtrie and Rebecca MifiQin Harrison. Entered Soph. Class 183 1, and 
left at the close of Soph. year. Mem, Philo. Merchant. 

f HENRY NEILL (A. B., Amherst Coll., 1834. D. D., Amherst Coll. and Centre 
Coll., Ky., 1868, and Univ. City of N. Y., 1870). 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1815 ; d. Phila., Apr. 21, 1879. s. Henry Neill, M. D., 
and Martha Rebecca Duffield. Entered 1829, and left during the Senior 
vear. Mem. Zelo. Entered Senior Class, Amherst Coll., 1833. Studied at 
Lane Theol. Sem., Cincinnati, O., and at Andover Sem., Mass. Presb. 
clergyman, and pastor Congl. Ch., Hatfield, Mass., 1840-48 ; and Congl. Ch., 
Lennox, Mass., 1848-54; and Fort St. Presb. Ch., Detroit, Mich., 1854-58; 
and Westminster Ch., Detroit, Mich., 1858-61. From 1861-65 he preached 
in Geneseo, N. Y., and fr. 1867-69 at New Stockbridge and Richmond, Mass 
Pastor Second Presb. Ch., New Brunswick, N. J. , 1869-71 . Author of several 
pamphlets. Edited the sermons, and wrote the memoirs of Rev. Dr. William 
James, Albany, N. Y. m. Lucy, dau. Rev. Heman Humphrey, D. D., Pres. 
Amherst Coll. See Neill Family. 



94 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1833 

t FRANKLIN PERRY POPE. 

1). St. Uike's Parish, S. C, 1813 ; d. St. Luke's Parish, S. C, circa 1S79. 
s. Capt. WiUiam Pope, of the Revolutionary Army, and Sarah Scott. Entered 
1829, and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. Studied medicine in Paris, France. 
Planter, m. Mar)' Elizabeth, dan. Hon. Joseph James Pope, S. C. 

JOSEPH ROBERTS, JR. 

b. Middletown, Del., Dec. 30, 1814. s. Joseph Roberts and Elizabeth 
Booth. Entered 1830, and left at the beginning of Junior year. Mem. 
Zelo. Was graduated fr. U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1835. Soldier. 
Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion, U. S. Brvt. 2d Lieut. 4th U. S. Artill., 
1835; 2d Lieut., 1836; ist Lieut., 183S ; Asst. Prof. U. S. Mil. Acad., 
1837-49; Capt., 1848; Major, 1861 ; Lieut. -Col., 1863; Col., 1877. Col. 3d 
Penna. Hea\^' Artill. U. S. Vols., Mch., 1863 ; Brvt. Col. U. S. A., Mch. 13, 
1865 ; Brvt. Brig.-Gen. U. S. A., Mch. 13, 1865 ; Bnl. Brig.-Gen. U. S. 
Vols., Apr. 9, 1865. Honorably mustered out of volunteer serv-ice, Nov. 13, 
1865. Retired fr. U. S. A., 1877. m. Adeline Constantine, dan. Gen. Justin 
Dimick, U. S. A. See Applelofi, Cullum''s Biog. Register. Address, 3601 
Locust St., Phila. 

WILLIAM McMURTRSE TILGHMAN. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1815. s. Benjamin Tilghman and Anna Maria 
McMurtrie. Entered 1829, and left at the end of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. 
Studied at Kenyon Coll., O., 1831-33. Lawyer. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1870. m. Katharine, dau. Edward Ingersoll. See Keith. Address, 11 14 
Girard St. , Phila. 

fADAM REIGART WAGER. 

b. Phila., Jan. 30, 1814; d. Phila., Dec. 10, 1855. s. Peter Wager and 
Ann Smith. Entered 1S29, and left at the end of FVesh. year. Seaman, 
farmer and mcht. Private in regt. of dragoons in the Mexican War. m. 
Saros, dau. Thomas Maslin. 

t CHARLES WHARTON. 

b. Phila., Feb. 26, 1816; d. Phila., Dec. 31, 1888. s. Charles Wharton 
and Anne Maria HoUingsworth. Entered 1829, and left Soph. year. Mcht. ; 
afterward ironmaster. Published "Treatment of the Horse in the Stable 
and on the Road." m. Mary McLanahan, dau. John Boggs, M. D., Green- 
castle, Penna. See Wharton Family. 

t JAMES WILSON WHITE. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered 1829 and left during Fresh. 

year. 

tJOHN FLAVEL WHITE, M. D., 1837. (A. B., Amherst Coll., 1833. A. M., 
Amherst Coll., 1836.) 

b. Snow Hill, Md., Dec. 3, 1813; d. Avondale, near Cincinnati, O.. 
May 7, 1881. s. Ambrose White and Peggj' Miller. Entered 1828, and left 
Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Phy.sician. Prof. Theor>' and Pract. Med. Miami 
Med. Coll., Cincinnati, O. Surg. 2d Ky. Regt. U. S. Vols. Med. Direc. 
U. S. Mil. Hosp., Cincinnati, O. Contributor to the medical press, m. ist, 
Caroline Peace ; 2d, Harriet, dau. David Wade, Cincinnati, O. 

1834. 
t EVERT JOHN BANCKER, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 21, 1816; d. Phila., Sept. 14, 1840, s. Charles Nicoll 
Bancker and Sarali Upshur Teackle. Entered 1830. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

t HENRY JONATHAN BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 16, 1817; d. Richmond, Va., July 20, 1862, s. Thomas 
Biddle (Class 1791) and Christine Williams. Entered 1830. Mem. Philo. 
Was a cadet at U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point. Civil engr. Capt. and 



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Asst. Adj. -Gen. Penna. Reserves U. vS. V., and Chief of Staff of Gen. McCall, 
1861 until his death, caused by wounds received in the battle of Quaker City 
Cross Roads, Va., June 20, 1862, where he was taken prisoner and conveyed 
to Richmond, m. Mary D., dau. Samuel Baird, Reading, Penna. See 
Dcscdts. Clement Biddle, Autobiog. Charles Biddlc. 

t CHARLES HALL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 4, 1S16 ; d. Phila., July 24, 1853. s. Thomas Miffiin Hall 
and Mary Anna Bringhurst. Entered 1830. Merchant, m. Maria, dau. 
Samuel Brooks. 

JOHN INNES CLARK HARE, A. M. IvL. D., 1868. 

b. Phila., Oct. 17, 1816. s. Robert Hare, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., 
and Harriet Clark. Entered 1830. Moderator Philo. *. B. K. Lawyer. 

Vice-Provost Law Acad., Phila., 1862-83, and Provost, 1883 . Prof. 

Instit. Law, 1868-89, and Emeritus Prof, of same, 1889 . Judge Dist. 

Ct., Phila., 1851-67. Pres. Judge Dist. Ct., Phila., 1867-74. Pres. Judge 

Ct. Com. Pleas, No. 2, Phila., 1S75 . Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1842. 

Trustee, 1858-68. Published "Contracts;" "American Constitutional 
Law ;" 'and many addresses, essays and reviews. Conjointly with Horace 
Binney Wallace (Class 1834) published "American Leading Cases;" and 
edited "Smith's Leading Cases " and "White and Tudor's Leading Cases in 
Equity." 

tJOHN HOLMES, A. M. 

b. Phila., May i, 1815 ; d. Phila., Aug. 10, 1850. s. John Holmes and 
Ann Craige. Entered 1830. Mem. Philo. Merchant, m. Elizabeth 
Gray, dau. James Gray Sproat Leiper. 

tSAMUEL HUMES. 

b. Phila., Oct. 23, 1815 ; d. Phila., 1835. s. John Humes and Jane 
McPhail. Entered 1830. Mem. Philo. Was a student of medicine at the 
time of his death. 

fWILLIAM NORMAN McLEOD, A. M. 

b. N. Y. City, Sept. 1815 ; d. . s. Rev. Alexander McLeod, D. D., 

and Annie Maria Agnew. Entered 1830. Moderator Philo. Studied 
theol. but was never ordained. Lawyer. Mem. Mich. Legis. Is said to 
have drafted the constitution of Mich. 

+JOHN MOSS, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 7, 1815 ; d. Phila., 1872. s. Samuel Moss and Eleanor 
Mercer. Entered 1830. Mem. Philo. Farmer. Clerk, m. Emily, dau. 
Henry Nixon, Phila. 

tJOHN BROWN PARKER, A. M. (LL. B., Dickinson Coll., 1839.) 

b. Carlisle, Penna., Oct. 5, 1S16 ; d. Carlisle, Penna., Aug. 17, 1S88. s. 
Isaac Brown Parker and Maria Ross Vesey. Entered Soph. Class 1831. 
Moderator Philo. Studied Dickinson Coll., 1830-31. Mem. Union Phil. 
Soc, Dickinson Coll. Lawyer. Mem. Com. Coun. Phila., 1869-71. Mem. 
Hist. Soc. Penna.; Mil. Order Loyal Legion, U. S. Col. and A. D. C. on 
Gov. Andrew G. Curtin's Staff, 1861-65. m. ist, Margaret Brisbane, Carlisle ; 
2d, Sarah J., dau. Joseph Richards, Pittsburgh. 

JAMES WILLIAM PAUL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1816. s. James Paul and Elizabeth Rodman. Entered 
1830. Mem. Zelo. <i>. B. K. Lawyer. Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1838. m. 
Hannah C.,dau. Nathan Bunker, Phila. See Rodman Family. Address, 
220 So. Fourth St., Phila. 



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t HENRY HOLLINGSWORTH SMITH, A. M. M. D., 1S37. (LL. D., Lafayette 

Coll., 1885.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 10, 1815 ; d. Phila., Apr. 11, 1890. s. JamesS. Smith (Class 
1799) and Lvdia Learning. Entered 1830. Mem. Philo. Physician. Spent 
eighteen months in the hospitals of London, Vienna and Paris. Resdt. 
Penna. Hosp., 1837-39. Asst. Demstr. Clinical Surg. Prof. Surg., 1855-71, 
and Emeritus Professor of same, 1871-90. Surg, to St. Joseph's Hosp., 
1849; and to P. E. Hosp., 1850; and to the Phila. Hosp., 1854-57. Fell. 
Coll. Phys., Phila., 1842. Pres. Phila. Co. Med. Soc, 1877-79. Pres. Med. 
Soc. State Penna., 1883. Chmn. Surg. Section, Am. Med. Assn., 1878. 
Chmn. Exec. Com. Internat. Med. Cong., 1887. Chmn. Mil. and Naval 
Surg. Section, Internat. Med. Cong., 1887. Surg. -Gen., Penna., 1861-62, and 
organized the hospital service of Penna., and medical service of Penna. 
Reserve Corps. Participated in the battles on the Peninsula, Va., under Gen. 
Geo. B. McClellan (Class 1844). Published a translation of Ciyiale's 
"Treatise on Stone and Gravel;" "Anatomical Atlas;" "Treatise on 
Minor Surgery;" "Practice of Surgery;" "Treatment of False-Joint," 
etc. , and many contributions to medical periodicals, addresses and reviews, 
m. Mary Edmonds, dau. William Edmonds Horner, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept. 
See Memoir by Befijamin Lee, M. D. Appleton, Drake, Allibone. 

t BENJAMIN STILLE, JR., A. M. M. D., 1837. 

b. Phila., Mch. 17, 1814 ; d. New Orleans, La., Mch. 28, 1852. s. Ben- 
jamin Stille and Ann De Silver. Entered 1830. Mem. Zelo. Physician. 
Resdt. Phila. Hosp. Practiced his profession in Vicksburg, Miss, and in 
New Orleans, m. Bienvenue, New Orleans. See Atkinson. 

+ HENRY TOLAND, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 6. 1817 ; d. N. Y. City, Oct. 9, i860, s. Henry Toland 
and Mary Huston. Entered 1830. Mem. Zelo. See Keith. 

fWILLIAM CONNELL WALKER, A. M. 

b. near Marcus Hook, Penna., Dec. 3, 1814; d. San Francisco, Cal., 
Apr. 23, 1S71. s. Rev. Joseph Walker and Elizabeth Connell. Entered 
Soph. Class 1831. Mem. Zelo. Valedictorian. Lawyer. 

Non-Graduates. 
t HENRY WILSON ANDREWS. 

b. Bordeaux, France, Jan. 8, 1816 ; d. Altoona, Penna., Aug. 6, 1890. 
s. Robert Andrews (Class 1790) and Mary Margaret Wilson. Entered Soph. 
Class 1 83 1, and left Senior year. Merchant. Asst. Storekeeper U. S. Custom 
House, Phila. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav., and sensed with it as ist 
Corporal during the riots in Phila., 1844. m. ist, Matilda Nelson, dau. 
Henry White ; 2d, Mary A., dau. John Lovette. 

+ J AMES ARROTT, JR. 

b. Phila., June, 1814 ; d. Phila., . s. James Arrott and Jane Turn- 
bull. Entered 1829, and again Soph. Class Jan. 7, 1832, and left at the end 
of the Soph. year. 
t FRANCIS BACON. 

b. Phila., June 12, 1815 ; d. Phila., Dec. 27, 1891. s. Job Bacon and 
Margaretla Macalcster. Eiitered 1830 and left at the end of Fresh, year. 
Mem. Philo. Merchant, m. Emily, dau. William Allibone. 

fWILLIAM DAVIES BERRIEN. 

b. " Morton Hall," near Savannah, Ga., Feb. 13, 1814 ; d. Fort Brooke, 
Tampa Bay, Fla., Dec. 2, 1840. s. Hon. John Macpherson Berrien and Eliza 
Anciaux. Entered Soph. Class 1831, and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
After leaving college studied law under his father, but soon after entered the 
army. 1st Lieut. 6th U. S. Inf. during the Seminole War, 



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fWILLIAM RICHARDS BOYER. 

b. Phila., June, 1S15 ; d. . s. . Entered Soph. Class 1831, and 

left during Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

t BENJAMIN HARRIS BREWSTER (A. B., Coll. N.J., 1834. A.M. Coll. N. J., 
1837. LL. D. Coll. N. J., 1867). 

b. Salem co , N. J., Oct. 13, 1S16 ; d. Phila., Apr. 4, 1888. s. Francis E. 
Brewster and Maria Hampton. Entered 1830, and left at the end of Fresh, 
year. Lawyer. Vice-Provost Law Acad., Phila., 1858-62. U. S. Comr. to 
Cherokee Indians, 1846. Atty.-Gen. Penna., 1867-69. Atty.-Gen. U. S., 
1881-85. Published numerous addresses, essays and reviews, m. ist, Eliza- 
beth Von Myrbacke de Reinfeldts, Prussia ; 2d, Mar3% dau. Hon. Robert J. 
Walker (Class 1819). See Life by E. C. Savage, M. D. Apple/on. 

tJAMES THOMAS CALDCLEUGH. 

b. Phila., Mch., 1815 ; d. Paris, France, 1858. s. Robert Alexander 
Caldcleugh and Rebecca Poyntell. Entered 1830, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Farmer. 

HENRY CARSON. 

b. Phila., Jan. 22, 1816. s. Joseph Carson and Elizabeth Lawrence. 
Entered 1830, and left Junior year. Merchant. Address, 120 So. Thirteenth 
St., Phila. 

fCLINTON COOK. 

b. Centreville, Md., Sept., 1814 ; d. . s. Thomas B. Cook and . 

Entered 1830, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

JOHN CROWELL (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1834. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1837. D. D., Coll. 
N. J., 1869). 

b. Phila., June 22, 1814. s. James Crowell and Mary Gardner. Entered 
1830, and left Junior year, 1833. Mem. Zelo. Mem. Whig Soc. Coll. N. J., 
and recipient of its " Alpha " medal. Studied Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 
1836-37. Teacher Morris Acad., Morristown, N. J., 1834-36. Tutor Coll. 
N. J., 1836-37. Presb. clergyman, and pastor West Chester, Penna., 1840-50 ; 
and Second Ch., Orange, N. J., 1850-63 ; and Drawyer's Presb. Ch., Odessa, 
Del., 1867-78; and Sterling, N. J., 1884-88. Pres. Presb. Bd. Pub., 1870. 
Published " Republics ; or Popular Governments an Appointment of God." 
Mem. editorial staff Am. ed. Chambers' Cyc. m. Kate, dau. Thomas Roney, 
Phila. Address, E. Orange, N.J. • 

t OSCAR LORRAINE DEWEES, M. D., 1838. 

b. Phila., Oct. 8, 1816 ; d. Livingston, Madison co.. Miss., Dec. 6, 1859. 
s. William Potts Dewees, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Mary Lorraine. 
Entered 1830, and left Junior year. Physician, m. Mary W., dau. Timothy 
M. Bryan, Phila. 

fTHOMAS DURANT.* 

b. , Aug. 8, 1817 ; d. Washington, D. C, Feb. 3, 1882. s. John 

Waldo Durant and Sarah Heyliger. Entered 1830, and left Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Dist.-Atty. New Orleans, La. U. S. Comr. Spanish 
Claims Comn. m. Mary Elizabeth, dau. Robert Withers Harper, Marlboro, 
Md. 

+JAMES WILSON FASSITT (A. B., Amherst Coll., 1835). 

b. Phila., Mch. 19, 1S16; d. Phila., June 7, 1859. s. James Fassitt and 
Margaret Langstroth. Entered 1830, and left Junior year. Student in 
Med. Dept., but did not present himself for examination. Merchant, m. 
Maria E., dau. John Hooper. 

* Known as Thomas Jefferson Durant. 



gS UNIVERSITY OP PENNSYLVANIA. [1834 

fWILLrAM STODDARD JOHNSTON (A. B., Yale, 1834). 

b. New Orleans, La., Aug., 1815 ; d. , 1839. s. Hon. Josiah Stod- 
dard Johnston and Eliza . Entered Soph. Class 1831, and left Junior 

year. Mem. Philo. m. . 

tJOHN RICHARDS JONES. 

b. Norristown, Penna., ; d. Burlington, N, J., . s. Hon. 

Richard B. Jones and . Entered Soph. Class 1831, and left at the end 

of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 

t HARVEY KLAPP. 

b. Phila., Oct., 1815 ; d. . s. Joseph Klapp, M. D., and Anna 

Miluor. Entered 1830, and left Junior year. 
tJOSEPH FALKINBURGE LEAMING (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1834). 

b. Dennisville, Cape May co., N. J., Sept. 23, 1815 ; d. Dennisville, Cape 
May CO., N. J., Oct. 7, 1861. s. Jeremiah Learning and Abigail Falkinburge. 
Entered 1830, and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. Studied Gen. Theol. Sem. 
P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1835. Lawyer. Was Democratic candidate for Cong, 
in ist Dist. N. J., but was defeated, 1858 or 60. m. Isabella, dau. Richard 
Thompson, Cape May C. H., N. J. 
+JAMES EDWARD FISHER MACDONOUGH (M. D., Yale, 1840). 

b. Middletown, Conn., Apr., 1816 ; d. Hartford, Conn., 1851. s. Capt. 
Thomas Macdonough, U. S. N., and Lucy Ann Shaler. Entered 1830, and 
left Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Yale Coll., 1833-34 ; and at Wes- 
leyan Univ., Middletown, Conn., 1834-36. Phys. and practiced in N. Y. 
City and St. Louis, Mo. See Alumni Record oj Wesleyan Univ. 

tSULLIVAN AMORY MEREDITH. 

b. Phila., Julys, 1816 ; d. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1874. s. William 
Tuckey Meredith (Class 1790), and Gertrude Gouvemeur Ogden. Entered 
1830, and left Soph. year. Mcht. in Buffalo, N. Y. Col. loth Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols., Apr. 26, 1861, for three mos. service. Col. 56th Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols., Sept. I, 1861. Brig. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1862. Comr. exchange 
of prisoners at Fortress Monroe, 1863. Served under Gen. Wm. S. Rosecrans 
in the West, 1864, until he was honorably discharged, Aug. 24, 1865. m. 
Julia Towne, Buffalo, N. Y. See Appleton. 

JOHN WHITE MUNRO. 

b. Mamaroneck, N. Y., May 30, 1814. s. Peter Jay Munro and Mar- 
garet White. Entered 1830, and left Soph. year. Stock broker. m. 
Frances A., widow Thomas James de Lancey (Class 1840) and dau. Edward 
N. Bibby, M. D., N. Y. City. Address, Bartow-on-Sound, Westchester co., 
N. Y. 
THOMAS PAUL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 8, 1814. s. James Paul and Elizabeth Rodman. Entered 
1830, and left Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Studied Amherst Coll., 1833. 
Farmer. Justice of Peace, m. Sara, dau. Caleb Taylor, Phila. See Rodman 
Family. Address, Belvidere, N. J. 
tJOHN CLIFFORD PEMBERTON. 

b. Phila., Aug. 10, 1814 ; d. Penllyn, Montg. co., Penna., July 13, 1881. 
s. John Pemberton and Rebecca Clifford. Entered 1830, and left Junior year. 
Was graduated from U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1837. Soldier. Ser\;ed 
in the Mexican War as A. D. C. to Gen. Worth, and on his return the citi- 
zens of Phila. presented him with a sword, and the Penna. Legis. thanked him. 
Served also in the Seminole War ; Kansas troubles, and Utah expedition. 
Resigned fr. the U. S. A. and enteretl the Conf. Anny, where he rose from 
a Major Artill. to Lieut. -Gen. He and his entire anny were captured by 
Gen. U. S. Grant, Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. m. Martha, dau. William Henry 
Thompson, Norfolk, Va. See Appleton. 



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tJOHN AGNEW RUSSELL. 

b. N. Y. City, May, 1814 ; d. . s. . Entered 1830, and left 

Soph. year. 

t EDWARD SHARP TOD. 

b. Phila., June 22, 1815 ; d. Memphis, Tenn., i860, s. "William Hep- 
burn Tod and Mary Donaldson Campbell. Entered 1830, and left Junior 
year. Mem. Zelo. Engineer. 

i- HORACE BINNEY WALLACE (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1835). 

b. Phila., Feb. 26, 1817 ; d. Paris, France, Dec. 16, 1856. s. John Brad- 
ford Wallace and Susan Binney. Entered 1830, and left Junior year. IN^em. 
Zelo. Lawyer, scholar and author " Stanley, or the Recollections of a Man 
of the World ; " "Art, Scenery and Phil, in Europe, etc.;" " Literary Crit- 
icism, and Other Papers." Aided Rufus W. Griswold in the preparation of 
"Napoleon and the Marshals of the Empire." Author, conjointly with 
Hon. J. I. Clark Hare (Class 1834), "American Leading Cases." Editor, 
conjointly with Judge Hare, "White andTudor's Leading Cases in Equity," 
and" Smith's Leading Cases." See Appleton, Sitnpson, Allibone. Memoir 
by Rev. John McClintock, Jr., D. D., LL. D. (Class 1835). 

i-JOSEPH ALEXANDER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug., 1813 ; d. Miss., (?) . s. . Entered Soph. Class 

1832. Teacher. 

i-GEORGEASHBRIDGE, A.M. 

b. "Ondawa," near Downingtown, Penna., Mch. 29, 1815 ; d. 
" Ondawa," near Downingtown, Penna., May 8,1848. s. George Ashbridge 
4th and Rachael Valentine Sharpies. Entered Soph. Class 1832. Mem. 
Philo. 

i-JAMES IRENEE BIDERMANN, A. M. 

b. Eleutherian Mills, near Wilmington, Del., Sept. 29, 1817 ; d. BsUe- 
vue, near Paris, France, Oct. 6, 1890. s. James Antoine Bidermann and 
Evelina-Gabrielle du Pont. Entered 1831. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated 
from the E^cole Polytechnique, Paris, France, 1839, ^"d from the Ecole des 
Ponts et Chauss^es, Paris, France, 1842. Candidate Engr., corps Fonts et 
Chaussdes, Nov., 1842 ; on the work of construction of the port of Cherbourg, 
France, May, 1843 ; Engr. 2d-class, corps Fonts et Chaussees, 1845. In 
the service of the Paris and Lyons R. R., 1846-52. Engr. ist class, corps 
Fonts et Chaussdes, 1856. Gen. Supdt. Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean R, 
R. 1857-78. Administrator Government Railroads, 1878-90. Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honour, 1859, and officer of the Legion of Honour, 1869. 
Knight of the Order of St. Stanislaus, Russia, 1865. Officer of the Turkish 
Order of the Medjidie, 1867. Knight of the Order of St. Maurice and St. 
Lazarus, Italy, 1867. Grand Officer of the Persian Order of the Lion and 
the Sun, 1874. m. Gabrielle-Camille, dau. Michel Begue. 

i- ROBERT YOUNG BLACK, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec, 1815 ; d. . s. Thomas Black and . Entered 

1 83 1. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 

+ CHARLES BRECK, A. M. (D. D., Columbia Coll., 1869.) 

b. Bustleton, Phila. co., Penna., Aug. 19, 1816 ; d. Barr>-town, N. Y., 
June 12, 1891. s. George Breck and Catharine D. Israeli. Entered Soph. 
Class 1832. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch , 
N. Y. City, 1838. P. E. clergyman. City misny. Wilmington, Del. Pub- 
lished " Life of Rev. James Lloyd Breck, D. D." (Class 1838). m. ist, Jane 
E. Goodwin ; 2d, Mary M. Williston. See Breck Family. 



too UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI^VANIA. [1835 

t COLLIN CAMPBELL COOPER, A.M. M. D., 1848. 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1816; d. Mt. Airy, Phila., Nov. 11, 1890. s. Joseph 
Cooper and Ann Verree Burr. Entered 183 1. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Physician. Mngr., Phys. and Supdt. Christ Ch. Hosp. for a period of twenty- 
five years. Direc. Public Schs. Phila., 1848-58. Published " Identities of 
Light and Heat of Caloric and Electricity," m. Emily, dau. James 
Williams. 

t ROBERT EARP, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 28, 1817 ; d. East Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 12, 1862. s- 
Robert Earp and Mary Ann Randall. Entered 1831. Mem. Zelo. Was 
graduated from Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1843. Presb. clergyman, 
and misny. in N. J., 1844-46. 

tJOSEPH NORRIS EMLEN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 4, 1816 ; d. . .s. William Fishbourne Emlen and 

Mary Parker Norris. Entered 1831. Mem. Zelo. See Keith. 

t ROBERT FLEMING FLEMING, A. M. M. D., 1841. 

b. Charleston, S. C, Nov. 18, 1816 ; d. Alexandria, Va., Aug. 19, 1871. 
s. Thomas Fleming and Clarissa T. Walton. Entered Soph. Class 1832. 
Mem. Zelo. Physician, but never practiced his profession. Engaged in 
mining in Mo. m. . 

t EDWARD INGERSOLL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 2, 1817 ; d. Phila., Feb. 19, 1893. s. Hon. Charles Jared 
Ingersoll and Mary Wilcocks. Entered 1831. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 
Published " History and Law of Habeas Corpus and Grand Juries ; " " Per- 
sonal Liberty and Martial Law. " Edited Hale's " Pleas of the Crown ; " 
"Addison on Contracts," and " Saunders on LTses and Trusts." m. Anna, 
dau. Stephen Warren, Troy, N. Y. See Keith, Appleton. 

+ CHARLES KIRKHAM, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 18, 1817 ; d. Phila., Mch. 24, 1848. s. William Kirk- 
ham and Elizabeth Harding. Entered 1831. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Pres. 
Law Acad., Phila., 1838. Direc. Public Schs., Phila. 

tJOHN McCLINTOCK, JR., A. M. D. D., 1848. (LL. D., Rutgers Coll., 1866.) 
b. Phila., Oct. 27, 1814 ; d. Madison, N. J., Mch. 4, 1870. s. John 
McClintock and Martha McMackin. Entered 1832, and advanced by exam- 
inations, Mch. II, 1834, from Soph, class to Junior class. Mem. Zelo. 
Studied at Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, Conn., a few weeks, 1831. M. E. 
clergyman. Prof. Math., Dickinson Coll., 1836-39, and Prof. Gr. and Latin 
Lang, in same, 1839-48. Del. to the English, Irish, French and German 
Conferences M. E. Ch., 1856. Pres. Troy Univ., 1857-58. Pastor St. Paul's 
Ch., N. Y. City, 1857-60; and of the Am. Chapel, Paris, France, 1860-64. 
Chmn. European Branch U. S. Sanitary Comn., 1861-64. In co-operation 
with Daniel Drew, established Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J., 1866; 
Pres. of the same, and Prof. Pract. Theol., 1867-70. Editor The Blethodist 
Qtiarterly Revieiv, 1848-56, and 1860-64. Published translation of Dr. A. 
Neander''s "The Life of Christ." Editor " Sketches of Eminent Methodist 
Ministers," and L. F. Bungener's "History of the Council of Trent." 
Author conjointly with Rev. Dr. James Strong, " Cyc. Bib., Theol. and Eccl. 
Lit.," etc. Also a series of Gr. and Latin Text Books, many memoirs, 
among them one of Horace Binney Wallace (Class 1834) and reviews and 
addre.s.ses. m. i.st, Caroline, dau. jabez Wakeman, Jersey City, N. J.; 2d, 
Mrs. Catharine Wilkins PCmory, dau. George Stevenson, M. D., Pittsburgh, 
Penna. See Life and Letters by Rev. G. R. Crooks, D. D. Appleton, 
AUibone, Alumni Record of Wesleyan Univ. 

tALEXANDER McKINLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 10, 1817 ; d. Phila., Aug, 24, 1874. s. John McKinley 
and Abigail Braiman. Entered 1831. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. Pres. 



1835] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. lOI 

Law Acad., Phila., 1846. Sec. to Hon. William Bradford Reed (Class 1822), 
U. S. Minister China, 1857-58. During the Civil War was private sec. to 
Admirals du Pont, Scott and Farragut, U. S. N. 

fWILLIAM HENRY ODENHEIMER, A. M. D. D., 1856. 

b. Phila., Aug. 11, 1817 ; d. Burlington, N. J., Aug. 14, 1879. s. John 

W. Odenheimer and . Entered Soph. Class 1832. Mem. Zelo. Was 

graduated Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1838. P. E. clergy- 
man and asst. rector and rector St. Peter's, Phila., 1840-59. Bp. N. J., 
1359774- Bp. Northern N. J., 1874-79. Published " The Origin and Com- 
pilation of the Prayer Book;" "The True Catholic No Romanist;" 
" Bishop White's Opinions ; " "Jerusalem and its Vicinity," etc. m. Anna 
Deborah Randall, dau. John B. Shaw, Purser, U. S. N. See Appleton, 
Allibone. 

DAVID JAMESON PATTERSON, A. M. 

b. Points Pass, co. Armagh, Ireland, Oct. 19, 181 1. s. Alexander Pat- 
terson and Mary Jameson. Entered 1831. Tutor Acad. Dept., 1837-46. 
Mem. Philo. <t>. B. K. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Brooklyn, N. Y., 

1848 . m. Susanna, dau. Thomas Cumming. Address, 424 Cumberland 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

RICHARD RUNDLE SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 9, 1817. s. James S. Smith (Class 1799) and Lydia 
Leaming. Entered 1831. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 
1848-49. Mem. Select Coun. Phila., 1852-54. Pres. Union Canal Co., 
1852-60. Sergt. Co. A., ist Regt., Gray Reserves, N. G. Penna., 1861-65. 
Judge Advocate, with the rank of Major, ist Div. N. G. Penna. Address, 
202 So. Thirteenth St., Phila. 

+ CHARLES TUDOR STEWART, A. M. 

b. "Ironsides," near Bordentown, N. J., July 8, 1818 ; d. Rome, Italy, 
May, 1874. s. Admiral Charles Stewart, U. S. N., and Delia Tudor. Entered 
Junior Class 1833. Mem. Zelo. Civil engr. Lawyer. Private secretary to 
his father when in command of the Home Squadron. Mem. staff of the Gov. 
of La., and assisted in raising recruits for the Mexican War, 1847-48. He 
was an uncle of Hon. Charles Stewart Pamell, M. P. 

t GEORGE LEIPER TAYLOR, A. M. M. D., 1838. 

b. Phila., July 5, 1816 ; d. Phila., June 25, 1875. s. Robert Taylor and 
Elizabeth Coultas Leiper. Entered 1831. Moderator Philo. Physician. 
Phys. to Eastern Penitentiary. 

tJOSEPH TIERS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 2, 1815 ; d. Phila., Dec. 29, 1865. s. Cornelius Tiers 
and Mary Piggott. Entered Soph. Class 1833. Merchant, m. Hannah 
Chancellor, dau. Edward Twells, Phila. 

tWILLIAM CHANCELLOR TWELLS, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1816; d. Phila., Mch. 22, 1S52. s. Edward Twells and Sarah 
Wharton Chancellor. Entered Junior Class 1833. Mem. First Trp. Phila. 
City Cav. 

Non-Graduates. 

i-JOSEPH JOHNSON ALLISON, M. D., 1837. 

b. Phila., Aug., 1815 ; d. . s. and Frances . Entered 

1831, and left at the end of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Lafayette 
Coll., 1833. Physician. 



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t HENRY CADWALADER. 

b. Phila., Jan. 21, 1817 ; d. African coast, June 29, 1844. s. Gen. 
Thomas Cadwalader(Class 1795) and Mary Biddle. Entered 1831, and left 
Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Naval Officer. Midshipman U. S. N., 1833 ; 
Passed Midshipman, 1839. See Keith. 

MEREDITH CLYMER, M. D., 1837. 

b. London, Eng., June 6, 1817, while his parents were traveling in 
Europe, s. George Clymer and Maria Gratiot O'Brien, and grandson of 
George Clymer, signer Declaration of Independence. Entered Soph. Class 
1832, and left Junior year. Physician. Continued his medical studies in 
Paris, London and Dublin, 1839-41. Lecturer on Physiology, Phila. Med. 
Instit., 1843, and on Pract. Med. in same, 1849. Prof. Pract. Med. Franklin 
Med. Coll., Phila., 1845. Prof. Pract. Med. Hampden-Sidney Coll., Va., 
1848-49. Prof. Pract. Med. Univ. City of N. Y., 185 1. Prof. Nervous 
and Mental Diseases, Albany Med. Coll., N. Y., 1871-74. Phys. to St. 
Joseph's Orphan Asyl., Phila., 1842-51 ; and to Instit. of the Blind, Phila., 
1842-43 ; and to Phila. Hosp., 1843-46, and Consult. Phys. to same, 1846-51. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1842. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1836; Phila. Co. 
Med. Soc, 1842 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1848 ; N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, 1870 ; Neurol. 
Soc, N. Y., and its Pres., 1874-76 ; Medico-Legal Soc, N. Y., 1870 ; Alumni 
Soc, Med. Dept. Univ. Penna., and its Vice-Pres., 1875 — , and its orator, 
1876. Mem. Alumni Soc. Univ. City of N. Y., 1886. Hon'y Assoc. Am. 
Phys., 1886. Surg. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. Med. Officer in charge, sick and 
wounded U. S. officers, Washington, D. C, 1862-63. Pres. Army Med. 
Bd., 1862-63. Med. Direc Dept. of the So., 1864-65. Major, 1861 ; Brvt. 
Lieut. -Col., 1865. Author " Epidemic Cerebro-Spinal Menmgitis ; " "The 
Physiology and Pathology of the Nervous System ; ' ' Lect. on Palsies and 
Allied Diseases of the Nervous System;" "The Legitimate Influence of 
Epilepsy on Criminal Responsibility ; " " Dramatic Disorders of the Ner- 
vous System;" "Hereditary Genius;" "Benjamin Rush: an Address. " 
Joint author "Williams & Clymer's Diseases Respiratory Organs," and 
"Fevers, their Diag., Path, and Treat." Editor Med. Examiner, Phila., 
1S39-44 ; assoc. editor yc«r. Nervotis and Mental Diseases, 1879-84. Edited 
Carpenter's "Human Physiology," 1843-45-47, and Carpenter's "Elements 
of Physiology-, " and Aitkin's " Sci. and Pract. Med.," 1866-68-73, Williams' 
"Princ of Med.," 1843-46-52 ; beside many contributions to medical liter- 
ature, m. 1st, Virginia M., dau. J. P. Garescl\^, Wilmington, Del. ; 2d, 
Eliza L., dau. Andrew Snelling, N. Y. See Applcton, Atkinson, Altibone, 
Rusche7iberger. Address, 65 West Thirty -eighth St., N. Y. City. 

tALEXIS IRENEE du PONT. 

b, Wilmington, Del., Feb. 14, 1816 ; d. Wilmington, Del., Aug. 23, 
1857. s. Eleuthere Irende du Pont and Sophia Madeleine Dalmas. Entered 

1831, and left Senior year. Manufacturer, m. Joanna, dau. Francis Gumey 
Smith, Phila. 

tJOHN HAZLEHURST. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 1816 ; d. Phila., Mch. 10, 1893. s. Samuel Hazlehurst 
(Class 1789) and Elizabeth Baynton Markoe. Entered Fresh. Class Jan., 

1832, and left at the end of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Planter in Ky. In 
the service U. S. Custom House, Phila., 1863-66. m. Elizabeth Dunlap, dau. 
Samuel Bleight, M. D. 

t FRANCIS JOHNSTON (A. B., Yale, 1835. LL. B., Har\-ard, 1839). 

b. Phila., i8i6;d. Pittsburgh, Penna., 1863. s. Alexander Johnston 
and Ann Poyntell. Entered 183 1, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Law- 
yer, m. Mary Espy, dau. John Anderson. 

fWILLIAM KERR, M. D., 1834. 

b. , June, 1817 ; d. . s. . Entered 1831, and left Fresh. 

year. Mem. Zelo. Physician. 



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t MONTGOMERY CUNNINGHAM MEIGS- 

b Augusta, Ga., May 3, 1816 ; d. Washington, D. C, Jan. 2, 1892. s. 
Charles Delucena Meigs, M. D., Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Mary Mont- 
gomery. Entered 1 83 1, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. 
Was graduated at U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1836. Soldier. Mem. 
Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. 2d Lieut, ist Artill. U. S. A., 1836; 
Brvt. 2d. Lieut. U. S. Engrs., 1836; ist Lieut. U. S. Engrs., 1838; Capt., 
1853 • Col. nth U. S. Inf., 1861 ; Brig. -Gen. and Q. M.-Gen. U. S. A., 1861 ; 
Brvt 'Mai. -Gen. U. S. A., 1866. Retired, 1882. Built the Aqueduct, the 
extension to the Capitol, Gen. P. O. bldg., the Pension bldg., all in Washing- 
ton D C , and other works, m. Louisa, dau. Como. John Rodgers, U. b. 
N. 'seeMunsell's Am. Ances., vol. iv. Appleton, Cullum's Biog. Register. 

JOHN COWELL MITCHELL. 

b. Phila., June, 1817. s. Thomas Mitchell and Maria Cowell. Entered 
1831,'and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Rebecca, dau. 
Samuel Nicholas. Address, 1222 Walnut St., Phila. 

JOHN MONTGOMERY.* 

b Phila., Apr. 3, 1817. s. Rev. James Montgomery and Eliza Dennis 
Teackle. Entered 1831, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Civil engr. 
for a short time. Lawyer, m. Alida Gouvemeur, dau. Francis Rawle Whar- 
ton (Class 1846). Address, 18 15 De Lancey PI., Phila. 

t EDWARD JOY MORRIS (A. B., Harvard, 1836). 

b. Phila., July 16, 1815 ; d. Phila., Dec. 31, i88r. s. . Entered 

1831, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. M. C., 
1843-45, 1856-58. Charge d' Affaires, Naples, Italy, 1850^54. U. S. Minister 
to Turkey, 1858-70. Author "Notes of a Tour Through Turkey, Greece, 
Egypt, Arabia Petraea to the Holy Land," and translations fr. the German, 
etc. m. . See Appleton, Allibone. 

t SAMUEL MOSS. 

b. Phila., Dec. 25, i8r6 ; d. San Francisco, Cal., 1855. s. Samuel Moss 
and Eleanor Mercer. Entered 183 1, and left Fresh, year. Merchant. 

t RICHARD WALLACE OWENS. 

b. Savannah, Ga., Mch. 27, 1816 ; d. Savannah, Ga., June 19, 1883. s. 
George W. Owens and Sarah Wallace. Entered Junior Class 1833, and left 
at the end of the same. Lawyer. Solicitor-Gen. E. Circt., Ga. m. Dehlah 
B. Taylor. 

t FREDERICK SECKEL PEPPER. 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1814; d. Phila., Jan. 14, 1891. s. George Pepper and 
Mary Seckel. Entered 1831, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. m. Ada- 
line, dau. John R. Worrell, Phila. 
f JOHN SEIP. 

b. Natchez, Miss., May, 1816 ; d. Red River, La., 1856. s. Frederick 
Seip, M. D., and Anna Macreary. Entered 183 1, and left Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Planter, m. Eliza Martin, Natchez, Miss. 

1836. 

t FREDERICK WILLIAM BOYD, A. M. 

b. Portland, Me., Jan. 19, 1814; d. near Cresco, Iowa, Nov. 16, 1886. 

s. . Entered 1832. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. 

P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1839. P. E. clergyman and rector Trinity Ch., 
Davenport, Iowa. m. . 

* Now known as John T. Montgomery, the T being a distinguishing letter only. 



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WILLIAM WHITE BRONSON, A. M. (and Trinity Coll., Conn., gratiae causa, 1848). 
b. Phila., Dec. 7, 1816. s. Enos Bronson and Mary White, dau. Rt. 
Rev. William White (Class 1765). Entered 1832. Mem. Zelo. Was grad- 
uated at the Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1840. P. E. clergj-man. 
Published " Memoir of Rev. Bird Wilson, D. D., LL. D. ;" "Lectures on 
the Office of Holy Communion." m. Mary Chapman, dau. Thomas Ash, 
See Allibone. Address, 727 Spruce St., Phila. 

tRICHARD MATLACK COOPER, A. M. M. D., 1839. 

b. Camden, N. J., Aug. 30, 1816 ; d. Camden, N. J., May 24, 1874. s. 
Richard Matlack Cooper and Mary Cooper. Entered 1832. Physician. 
With his brother, William Daniel Cooper, founded and endowed the Cooper 
Hosp. of Camden, N. J. See Memoir by J. V. Schc?ick, M. D. Biog. 
Encyc. 0/ N.J. 

t WILLIAM DANIEL COOPER, A. M. 

b. Camden, N. J., Aug. 30, 1816 ; d. Camden, N. J., Feb. 19, 1875. s. 
Richard Matlack Cooper and Mary Cooper. Entered 1832. Latin Salutato- 
rian. Lawyer. With his brother, Richard Matlack Cooper, M. D., founded 
and endowed the Cooper Hosp. of Camden, N. J. See Biog. Encyc. of N. J. 

t CHARLES CAZENOVE GARDNER, A. M. 

b. Alexandria, Va., Apr. 17, 1817 ; d. Phila., May 30, 1844. s. W^ham 
Collins Gardner and Eliza Frances Cazenove. Entered Soph. Class 1833. 
Mem. Zelo. Civil engr., and assisted in the first sur\^ey for the line of the 
Erie R. R. through the State of N. Y. Mcht. at Savannah, Ga., and at 
Phila. m. Maria Ridgely, dau. John Syng Dorsey, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept. 

+JOHN PARKER HALL, A. M. (M. D., Penna. Med. Coll., 1854.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 5, 1817 ; d. Phila., Mch. 7, 1886. s. John Hall and 
Rebecca Parker. Entered 1832. Studied at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 
1841-42. Presb. clergyman, and asst. pastor Woodbury-, N. J., 1842-43, and 
St. Clairs\'ille, O., 1849-51. Teacher Acad. Dept., 1851-52 ; and taught in 
N. J., Penna. and La. Phys. and practiced in Phila., 1861-86. See C^«. 
Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem. 

tTHOMAS CHAPMAN HARVEY, A. M. 

b Phila., Mch., 18 18 ; d. Bath, Eng., 1873. s. Samuel Dawes Harvey 
and Elizabeth Chapman. Entered 1832. Civil engr. Sur^^ -Gen. Bahamas 
and out islands of the British possessions, m. Elizabeth, dau. Sir George 
Gibbes, Bath, Eng., Phys. to the Royal Family. 

t CHARLES ROGERS KAY, A. M. ^ . , c 

b Phila., Oct., 1815 ; d. Phila., Oct. 2, 1881. s. . Entered 1832. 

Mem. Zelo. Lawyer, m. Salome Troubat, dau. James Maull, Phila. 

tJOHN TROUBAT MAULL, A. M. ,^ 1, , 

b. Phila., Jan. 17, 1817; d. Phila., Feb. 13, 1892. s. James Maull and 
Sarah Heidel. Entered 1832. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 
t RICHARD NEWTON, A. M. (D. D., Kenyon Coll., 1851.) 

b Liverpool, Eng., Julv 26, 181 2; d. Chestnut Hill, Phila.. May 25, 
1887 s. Richard Newton and Elizabeth Cluett. Entered 1S32. Mem. Zelo. 
Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1839. P- E. cler- 
gyman, and rector Holy Trinity, West Chester, Penna. ; and St. Paul s, 
Epiphany, and Covenant, all in Phila. Trustee, 1869-87. Author "Bible 
Models ;" " Life of Christ ;" and a large number of books for children, m. 
Lydia, dau. Lawrence Gretorex. See Allibone. 

ROBERT AUSTIN PARRISH, JR., A. M. . , , „ ^ , 

b. Phila., Jan. i, 1817. s. Robert Austin Pamsh and Eleanor Brooks. 
Entered 1832' Mem. Zelo. Attended the anatomical lectures, Med. Dept, 
i8^';-^6. Studied at the Univ. of Berlin, 1852. Lawyer. Mem. Hist. Soc. 
Penna. Major 71st Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. Address, 400 
Chestnut St., Phila. 



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f JOHN JAMES REESE, A. M. M. D., 1839. 

b. Phila., June 16, 1817 ; d. Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 4, 1892. s. Jacob 
Reese and Leah James. Entered 1832. Valedictorian. Physician. Prof. 
Med. Chem. Penna. Med. Coll., 1854-59. Prof. Med. Jurisp. and Tox., 
1865-90, and Emer. Prof, of same, 1890-92. Phys. Phila. Orphan Asyl., 
1858, and to St. Joseph's Hosp., 1864-84. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1842. 
Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1841 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1852. Pres. Med. Jurisp. 
Soc, Phila., 18S5-87. Corres. Mem. N. Y. Medico-Legal Soc. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1852. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1861-63. Author " Text Book of Med. 
Jurisp. and Tox. ;" " Manual of Tox. ;" edited Taylor's "Med. Jurisp. ;" 
beside many contributions to medical journals, m. Sallie, dau. William 
Gibson, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept. See Appleton, Atkinson, Allibone, 
Riischen berger. 

THEODORE WILLIAM JOHN WYLIE, A. M. (D. D., Univ. City of N. Y., 1859.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 3, 1818. s. Rev. Samuel Brow^n Wylie, D. D., Prof. 

Coll. Dept., and Margaret Watson. Entered 1832. Gr. Salutatorian. <i>. 

B. K. Teacher Acad. Dept., 1836-40. Presb. clergyman, and asst. pastor 

First Ref. Ch., Phila., 1843-52, and pastor of the same, now Wylie Memorial 

Ch., 1852 . Prof. Exeg., Hist, and Evan. Theol., Theol. Sem. Ref. 

Presb. Ch., Phila., 1847-69. Author "Gr., Lat. and Eng. Vocabulary;" 
"The God of our Fathers ;" " Washington a Christian ;" and editor Juvenile 
Misny. Intelligencer, Misny. Advocate, and Banner of Covenant. Mem. 
U. S. Christian Comn., 1861-65. m. ist, Louisa, dau. Hon. Matthew B. 
Lowrie, Pittsburgh, Penna. ; 2d, Jessie Young, dau. James Grant, Stirling, 
Scotland. See Appleton, Allibone. Address, 1824 Wylie St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

t EDWARD ARMSTRONG (A. M., Coll. N. J., gratise causa, 1847). 

b. Phila., June 11, 1S17; d. Phila., Feb. 25, 1874. s. Hon. Thomas 
Armstrong and Henrietta J. Marache. Entered 1832, and left Fresh, year. 
Lawyer. Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1841. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1850. Mem. 
Bd. Pub. Sch. Controllers, Phila. Sec. N. P. R. R. Co., 1852-74. Mem. 
Hist. Soc. Penna. Published "Landing of William Penn at Chester, 
Penna. ;" "The Hist, and Location of Ft. Nassau upon the Del. ;" edited 
two vols. " Penn and Logan Corres." for the Hist. Soc. Penna., and Thomas 
Budd's " Good Order Established in Penna. and N. J. in America," etc. m. 
Elizabeth Gulick, Kingston, N. J. See Allibone. 

fAZEL BACKUS BACON. 

b. , July, 181 7 ; d. . s. Rev. W. Bacon and . Entered 

Soph. Class 1833, and left at the end of same. Mem. Zelo. 

ALEXANDER BROWN (A. B., Rutgers Coll., 1836. A. M., Rutgers Coll., 1839). 
b. Phila., July, 1815. s. John A. Brov/n and Isabel Patrick. Entered 
1832, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Banker, m. Catharine Neilson. 
Address, 1829 Walnut St., Phila. 

fSAMUEL ADAMS DUNN. 

b. New Berne, N. C, Sept. i, 1816; d. New Berne, N. C, Aug. 13, 1858. 
s. William Dunn and Elizabeth B. Adams. Entered Soph. Class 1834, and 
left at the end of same. Mem. Zelo. Book-keeper. 

t CHARLES HENRY EWING. 

b. Phila., June 24, 1818 ; d. Phila., 1885. s. Samuel Ewing (Class 1792) 
and Eliza Redman. Entered 1832, and left at the close Junior year. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1842. Presb. clergyman, and 
pastor Cape Is., N. J., 1853-55; and Mariner's Ch., Phila., 1864-68; and 
Ridley, Penna., 1870. m. Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. Jeremiah Lee Page. 
See Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem. 



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fWILLIAM BECK GODDARD. 

b. Phila., July 12, iSiS ; d. Phila., Jan. 23, 1859. s. John Goddard and 
Mary Beck. Entered 1832, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Merchant. 
m. Susan Newbold, dau. Jonathan Hough. 

t EDWIN SHUFFLEBOTTOM HAMERSLY. M. D., 1837. 

b. Phila., July 23, 1816 ; d. Downingtown, Penna., Apr. 26, 18S1. s. 
. Entered 1832, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Physician ; after- 
ward horticulturist, m. Louisa, dau. Charles Graff, Phila. 

GEORGE PAYNE HOPKINS. 

b. Phila., 1815. s. John Hopkins and Catharine Davenport. Entered 
1833, and left Fresh, year. P. E. clergyman, and rector Stevensville, Brad- 
ford co., Penna. m. Sarah Waller, dau. Dimon Bostwick. Address, Stevens- 
ville P. O., Penna. 

fTIMOTHY RUSSELL McCLURE (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1836. A. M., Coll. N. J., 
1839). 

b. Phila., Nov., 1816 ; d. . s. David McClure and . Entered 

1832, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

tJANIES WILSON McKINSTRY (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1835. A. M., Coll. N. J., 
1838). 

b. Mercersburg, Penna., Aug. 28, 1814; d. Pittsburgh, Penna., May 26, 
1840. s. "William McKinstry and Mary McGinley. Entered 1832, and left 
Fresh, year. Lawyer. Began a history of the State of Miss. , but impaired 
health prevented its completion. 

fWILLIAM JAMES O'FLYNN. 

b. , Aug., 1818; d. . s. Charles O'Flynn and . Entered 

1832, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

t HENRY JONATHAN SERGEANT. 

b. Phila., Apr., 1815 ; d. Phila., Apr. 30, 1858. s. Hon. Thomas. 
Sergeant and Sarah Bache. Entered Soph. Class 1833, and left at the close 
of same. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Conjointly with Frederick Watts pub- 
lished "Watts & Sergeant's Reports," Sup. Ct. of Penna., 9 vols. 

t HENRY HOLLINGSWORTH STOCKER. 

b. Phila., May 3, 181 7 ; d. Phila., Jan. 14,1852. s. John Clements 
Stocker and Louise Francoise Caroline de Tousard. Entered 1832, and 
left shortly afterward. Mem. Zelo. Mcht. in Havana, and in New Orleans. 

t JOSEPH TULEY THOMAS (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1835. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1838). 

b. Phila., Feb. 27, 1817 ; d. Edgewater Park, N. J., July i, 1889. s. 

George Thomas and Rebecca Archer. Entered Jan., 1833, and left at the 

close of second term Fresh, year. Lawyer, m. Belinda Jane, dau. Henry 

Mitchell. 

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tJOHN REMIGIUS BAKER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 18, 1818 ; d. Dublin, N. II., June 22, 1892. s. Charles 
Henry Baker and Elizabeth Boiler. Entered 1833. Mem. Zelo. Latin 
vSalutatorian. Merchant. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc. 1884; Numis. and Antiq. 
Soc. Phila. ; Hist. Soc. Penna. m. Anna Robeson Lea, Phila. 

tJOHN BOHLEN, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., 1S18; d. Phila., Apr. 26, 1874. s. John Bohlen and Jane 
Colhoun. Entered 1833. Moderator Philo. Lawyer, m. Priscilla, dau. 
Daniel Maynadier Murray. 



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fCHARLES LOUIS BORIE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 7, 1819 ; d. Phila., Nov. 7, 1886. s. John Joseph Borie 
and Sophia Beauveau. Entered 1833. Moderator Philo. Banker and 
broker, m. Clementina S., dau. Thomas McKean, Jr. 

t GEORGE LONG BUZBY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 181S ; d. Atlantic City, N. J., July 3, 1888. s. Heze- 
kiah Buzby and Maria . Entered 1833. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mer- 
chant. Mem. Com. Coun. Phila., 1868. Sec. Bd. of Trade, Phila., for 
many years. Pres. Mercantile Library Co., Phila. m. Annie Adams, dau. 
John Knox, Phila. 

fAARON DENMAN CHALONER, A. M. M. D., 1840. 

b. Phila., Oct. 24, 1818 ; d. Burlington, N. J., Oct. 21, 1856. s. William 
Dow Chaloner and Anna Maria Denman. Entered 1833. Mem, Zelo, 
Physician, m. Ann Maria, dau. James Caldwell, Wheeling, W. Va. 

t MARINE TYLER WICKHAM CHANDLER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 29, 1819; d. Canaviares, Province of Bahia, Brazil, June 
ID, 1868. s. Hon. Joseph Ripley Chandler and Mary R, Ward, Entered 
1833. Mem. Zelo. Civil engr. City Surveyor Phila. Mem. Boundary 
Comn. U. S. and Mexico. In the service of the Brazilian Govt, as Surv.- 
Gen. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. m. ist, ; 2d, Ignez. 

tJOHN MINOR CLARKSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr., 1818 ; d. Phila., July 29, 1881. s. Samuel Clarkson and 
Sarah Gibbons. Entered 1833. Mem, Zelo. m. Ellen Regnault. 

tJOHN CLAYTON, A. M. LL. B., 1852. 

b. Willow Grove, Cow Marsh Hundred, Kent co., Del., June 28, 1819 ; 
d. Cape May, N.J., Mch. 14, 1881. s. James Clayton and Sarah Medford. 
Entered 1833. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer, m, Anna, dau. Matthias William 
Baldwin, Phila. 

fALEXANDER CARR FERGUSON, A. M, 

b. Phila., Aug. 5, 1819 ; d. Natchez, Miss., Jan. 10, 1867, s. Alexander 
Ferguson and Catharine Lex. Entered 1833. Mem. Zelo. Agt. Bank of 
U S. for Miss, and La. m. Catharine Belzhover, Pittsburgh, Penna. See 
Keith. 

t FRANKLIN DAVENPORT HARRIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 8, 1812 ; d. Phila., Feb. 23, 1892. s. William Harris 
and Maria Loder. Entered Soph. Class 1S34. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated 
at Theol. Sem., Andover, Mass,, 1840. Presb. clergyman, and pastor 
Bristol, Penna., 1851-60; and Port Byron, N. Y., 1861-67 ; Woodbury, N. J., 
1867-76. m. Matilda, dau. William Wallace, Phila, See Necrology of 
Andover Theol. Sem., iS^i-gs. 

fWILLIAM ROBERT McADAM, A. M. LL. B., 1852. 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1818 ; d. Phila., May 16, 1883. s. Thomas McAdam 
and Mary Service. Entered 1833. Mem. Philo. Principal Acad. Dept., 
1856-58. Lawyer. Adj. 109th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols,, 1861-62. m. 
Hannah, dau, William Robbins, Monmouth co. , N, J. 

tJOHN PHILIPS MONTGOMERY, A, M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 28, 1818 ; d. Phila., Feb. 15, 1875. s, John Crathome 
Montgomerv and Elizabeth Henrietta Philips. Entered 1833. Moderator 
Philo. Gr.'Salutatorian. Lawyer, m. Anna Bowker, dau. James Leftwich 
Claytor, Lynchburg, Va. See Keith. 



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+JOHN NEILL, A. M. M. D., 1840. 

b Phila July 9, i8i9;d. Phila., Feb. II, 1880. s. Henry Neill, M. D., 
and Martha"R. Duffield. Entered 1833. Mem. Zelo. Surgeon. Resdt. 
Wills Eye Hosp., 1840-41, and Surg, to same, 1847. Asst. Derustr. Anat., 
1842 • Demstr. Anat., 1845. Lecturer on Anat. Phila. Med. Instit., 1846-50. 
Prof.' Surg. Penna. Med. Coll., 1854-59. Prof. Clinical Surg., 1874-77, and 
Emer Prof, of same, 1877-80. Surg, to Penna. Hosp., 1852-59; and to 
Phila Hosp. ; and to Southeast Cholera Hosp., 1849 ; and to Penna. Instit. 
for the Deaf and Dumb, 1865 ; and to Presb. Hosp. Mem. Phila. Med. 
Soc 1838, audits Vice-Pres., 1859. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1846. Mem. 
Am Med. Assn., 1847 ; Phila. Co. Med. Soc, 1849 ; Am. Phil. Soc, 1852. 
Contract Surg. U. S. A., in charge of U. S. Mil. Hosps., Phila., 1861-62. 
Med. Direc Home Guard Phila., 1862. Post Surg. U. S. A., at Phila., 
1865-76. In addition to many articles in medical journals, he published 
"Neill on the Veins;" and in connection with Prof. F. Gurney Smith 
(Class 1837), " Neill and Smith's Compend of Medicine." He also edited 
a number of medical works, m. Anna Maria Wharton, dau. Samuel Holl- 
ingsworth, Phila. See Descdts. Henry Neill, M. D. Appleton, Atkinson, 
Allibone, Ruschenberger. 
+ AUSTIN ADAMS PHELPS,* A. M. (D. D., Amherst Coll., 1S56.) 

b. West Brookfield, Worcester co., Mass., Jan. 7, 1820; d. Bar Harbor, 
Me , Oct. 13, 1890. s. Rev. Eliakim Phelps, D. D., and Sarah Adams. 
Entered Dec. 15, 1835. Moderator Philo. Studied at Geneva (now Hobart) 
Coll., 1833, and at Amherst Coll., 1835. Congl. clerg>'man, and pastor 
Pine St. Ch. (now Berkeley Temple) Boston, Mass., 1842-48. Prof. Sacred 
Rhet. Andover Theol. Sem., 1848-79. Chaplain Mass. House Reps., and of 
Mass. Senate. Pres. Andover Theol. Sem. Published ' ' The Theory of Preach- 
ing • " " Men and Books ; " " English Style in Public Discourse ; " "Studies 
of Old Testament ; " " The New Birth ; " "My Portfolio, Essays ; " "My 
Note-Book," etc., and many sermons, orations and reviews, m. ist, 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. Prof. Moses Stuart, Andover, Mass. ; 2d, Mary, third 
dau Prof. Moses Stuart ; 3d, Mary A., dau. Samuel Johnson, Boston, Mass. 
See Memoir by his dau. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward. MunselVs Am. 
Ances., vol. v. Appleton, Allibone. 
^FRANCIS GURNEY SMITH, JR., A. M. M. D., 1840. 

b Phila Mch. 8, 1818 ; d. Phila., Apr. 6, 1878. s. Francis Gurney 
Smitli and Eliza Mackie. Entered 1833. Mem. Zelo. Physician Resdt. 
Penna. Hosp. for Insane, 1841. Lecturer Physiology Phila. Med. Instit, 
1842-52. Prof. Physiology Penna. Med. Coll., 1852-63. Prof. Instits. of 
Med., 1863-77, and Emer. Prof, of same, 1877-78. Phys. to Penna. Hosp., 
1859-64 ; and to Epis. Hosp. ; and to St. Joseph's Hosp.; and to Phila. Orphan 
Asyl Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1842. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc, 1838; Phila. Co. 
Med. Soc. ; Pathol. Soc, Phila. ; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1849; Med. Soc. 
State Penna. ; Obstet. Soc. Phila., and its first Pres., 186S-72 ; Am. Med. 
Assn., 1849, and its Vice-Pres., 1870, and its Chmn. Bd. Pub. for many 
years. Mem. Coll. Phvs. and Surgs., Reading, Penna. ; Med. Soc State 
Cal. ; Rocky Mt. Med.' Soc. ; Burlington Co. Med. Soc, N. J. ; Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1852. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., in charge of Christian St., Phila., U. S. 
Mil 'Hosp., 1862-65. Beside many contributions to medical literature, he 
translatecf and edited Barth and Roger's "Manual of Auscultation and 
Percussion;" and with H. Hanbury Smith, edited D. Drake's "Systematic 
Treatise on Diseases of the Interior Valley of North America ; " edited Wil- 
liam B. Carpenter's "Human Physiology," and his "Microscope and its 
Revelations and Uses ; ' ' edited W. S. Kirke and James Paget's ' ' Physiology, " 
and Marshall's "Physiology." Author " Domestic Med., Surg, and Mat. 
Med. ; " and with Prof. John Neill, M. D., (Class 1837), " Neill and Smith's 
Comp'end of Med." Was the editor Phil. Med. Examiner for nine years, 
m Catharine Madeline, dau. Edmund Godfrey Dutilh, Phila. See Memoir 
by J. M. Toner, M. D., and by Charles B. Nancrede, M. D. {Class 186S). 
Appleton, Atkinson, Allibone, Ruschenberger. 
* Known as Austin Phelps. 



1837] COU^EGE DEPARTMENT. IO9 

ANTHONY EUGENE STOCKER, A. M. M. D., 1840. 

b Phila Mch 5, 1819. s. John Clements Stocker and Louise Francoise 
Caroline de Tousard. Entered 1834. Pres. Zelo. Physician Resdt. 
Penna. Hosp., 1840-42. Phys. to Phila. Disp., 1842-45; and to Penna. 
Instit. for Blind, 1842-59; and to P. E. Hosp., and to Ch. Home for 
Children. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1846. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc 1840 ; 
Phila Co Med. Soc, 1849; Am. Med. Assn., 1852. Maj. and Bngade 
Surg; USA 1861-65. Mustered out of service with rank of Brvt. Lt. -Col. 
Was'in"ali the battles of the Army of the Potomac. Established the first 
large field hospital of the War at Harrison's Landing, Va. In charge Med. 
Dept Florida, 1864, and while there contracted yellow fever at Key West. 
In charge Med. Dept. U. S. Prison at Elmira, N. Y., with 35,000 prisoners. 
Contributor to medical journals. m. Jane, dau. George Fitz-Randolph. 
Address, 2212 Fitzwater St., Phila. 

t EDWARD WHARTON, A.M. 

b Phila 1819- d. Phila., Jan. 17, 1868. s. Fishbourne Wharton and 
Susan Shoemaker. ' Entered 1833. m. Jane G., dau. WiUiam Shippen, 
M. D. (Class 1810). See Whartofi Family. 

«}• JAMES CORRY WORRELL, A.M. 

b Phila, Mch., 1818 ; d. Phila., Oct. 22, 1865. s. John Rudolph 
Worrell and Rebecca Glenn. Entered 1834. Mem. Philo. Merchant. 
Stock broker, m. Emily Sophia, dau. Jacob Ridgway Smith, Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

t ARTHUR ARMSTRONG BURT. 

b Phila., July 15, 1816 ; d. Phila., July 3, 1859. s. Nathaniel Burt and 
Mary Lehman. Entered 1833, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. 
Philo. Merchant, m. Clarissa Annie, dau. Thomas Fleming, Charieston, 
S. C. See CampbelVs Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 

t AUGUSTUS ALEXANDER ESPY. 

b Phila., June 16, 1816 ; d. Phila., Jan. 11, 1846. s. George Espy and 
Rebecca Glenn. Entered 1833, and left Fresh, year. Lawyer. 

+ GEORGE COOPER INGLIS. 

b. Phila., June 14, 1819 ; d. . s. Joseph L. Inglis and Sophia . 

Entered 1833, and left Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Dickinson 
Coll., 1834-35. Sea captain, m. Rebecca Spencer. 

tJOSEPH HAMPTON INGLIS. 

b. Phila., June, 1817 ; d. . s. Joseph L. Inglis and Sophia . 

Entered 1833, and left Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Clerk, m. . 

fTHEODORE AUGUSTUS IRVINE. 

b. Phila, Feb., 1816 ; d. from the accidental discharge of his gun 
while hunting, Madison, Miss., Nov. 28, 1839. s. Hood Irvine and Ann 
Warwick. Entered 1833, and left during Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

t SAMUEL RALPH KEEMLE. v^^^^A 

b. Phila., Nov. 3, 1819; d. Phila., Jan. 29, 1865. s. Samuel Keemle 

and Anne Maria Mather. Entered 1833, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

Merchant. Law>'er. Connected with the Cambria Iron Co., Johnstown, 

Penna. m. Mary Louisa, dau. Francis Louis Desauque, Phila. 

fCHARLES WALKER KINSMAN. 

b. Phila., Aug. 14, 181S; d. Phila., Dec. 23, 1S66. s. Israel Kinsman 
and Elizabeth Walker. Entered 1833, and left Soph. year. Mem Zelo. 
Studied at Bristol Coll., Bristol, Penna. m. Anne, dau. William Lhaloner. 



no UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI.VANIA. [1837 

tJOSEPH KLAPP, JR., M. D., 1839. 

b. Phila., Jan. 17, 1817 ; d. Phila., Feb. 26, 1885. s. Joseph Klaop, 
M. D., and Anna Milnor. Entered 1833, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 
Physician. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1848. Mem. Phila. Co. Med. Soc; 
Franklin Instit., Phila. One of the corporators Howard Hosp., Phila., 1853.' 
Asst. Surg. U. S. A., stationed in Phila. during the Civil War. m. Anna P., 
dau. John Van Lew, Richmond, Va. See Ruschenberger, Atkinson. 

t THOMAS PLEASANTS McCREA, M. D., 1850. 

b. Phila., Sept. 28, 1816 ; d. Logansport, Ind., Mch. 10, 1885. s. John 
McCrea and Mary Pleasants. Entered 1833, and left Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp. Mem. Bd. of Health, Phila. 
Surg. U. S. A., 1863-64. In charge of the U. S. Hosp., Memphis, Tenn., 
1S64. Contributor to the medical journals, m. Adaline, dau. Henr>- Berry. 

t ROBERT L. MEADE. 

b. Phila., Oct., 1818 ; d. Phila., 1834. s. . Entered 1833, and died 

during his studentship. Mem. Zelo. 

t HAMMOND OGDEN. 

b. Phila., July, 1817 ; d. . s. . Entered 1834, and left Junifcr 

year. 

fWILLIAM POYNTELL, JR. (LL. B., Harvard, 1842). 

b. Phila., Oct., 1816 ; d. Pt. Pleasant, La., Dec, 1877. s. William 
Poyntell and Marianne Fox Walker. Entered 1834, and left at the end of 
Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Yale Coll. during Soph, year, 1835-36. 
Lawyer. 

tJOHN ANTHONY RISTON. 

b. Balto., Md., Oct. 11, 1819 ; d. N. Y. City, May 29, 1881. s. George 
Riston and Margaret Hermange. Entered Soph. Class 1834, and left Junior 
year. Mem. Zelo. Studied at St. Mary's Coll., Emmittsburg, Md., 1829. 
Banker and broker, m. Isabella J., dau. Major William Augustus Dobbyn, 
formerly of the English Army. 

SIDNEY JOSEPH SOLMS. 

b. Strasburgh, France, Apr. 6, 1819. s. Joseph Solms and Maria 
Bartholomew. Entered 1833, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. 
Zelo. Merchant. Manufacturer. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna.; Mchts. Fund 
of Phila.; Penna. Horticul. Soc; Penna. Acad. Fine Arts. One of the 
earliest members Union League Club, Phila. m. ist, Maria del Carmen, 
dau. Senor Don Juan Guellermo Bequer, Trinidad de Cuba^- 2d, Mrs. Mary 
Josephine Knight, wid. Lieut. W. L. Knight, U. S. N., and dau. John H. 
Morris, England. Address, Fayetteville, Cumberland co. , N. C. 

tWILLIAM HOLME VAN BUREN, M. D., 1840. (A. B., Yale, 1864. A. M., Yale, 
1864. LL. D., Yale, 1S79). 

b. Phila., Apr. 5, 1819 ; d. N. Y. City, Mch. 25, 1883. s. William 

Holme Van Buren and . Entered 1833, and left Soph. year. Mem. 

Philo. Studied at Yale Coll. two years as a member Class 1838. Surgeon. 
Prof. Anat. N. Y. Univ. Med. Coll., 1852-66. Prof Genito-Urinarj- Diseases 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1866, and in 1868 this chair was combined with 
that of Princ. and Pract. Surg. Prof. Clinical Surg, in the same, 1871-73. 
Surg, to Bellevue, St. Vincent and N. Y. Hosps. Vice-Pres. N. Y. Acad. 
Med. Pres. N. Y. Path. Soc. Corres. Mem. Surg. Soc. Paris, France. 
Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1840-45. One of the founders U. S. Sanitary Comn., 
1861. Published " Contributions to Pract. Surg.;" " Lectures on Diseaes of 
the Rectum;" with Dr. Ed. L. Keyes, "Text Book on Diseases of the 
Genito-Urinary Organs, with Syphilis ;" beside a number of translations 
from the French, and many medical papers, m. Louise, dau. Valentine 
Mott, M. D., N. Y. City. See Appleton, Allibonc. 



1838] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. HI 

t RICHARD WELLS. 

b Phila Dec. 8, 181S ; d. Phila., Feb. 2, 1846. s. Richard Wain Wells 
and Abigail Griffiths. Entered 1833, and left Fresh, year. See Keith. 

1838. 

+ THOMAS DAVIS ANDERSON, A. M. (D. D., Brown Univ., 1859) 

b Phila., June 30, 1819 ; d. Boston, Mass., Dec. 19, 1883. s. Robert 
Patton Anderson and Lydia Davis. Entered Soph. Class 1836. Studied at 
Columbian Coll., Washington, D. C, 1834-35- Bapt. clergyman, and pastor 
First Ch., Salem, Mass., 1842-48; and Dudley St. Ch., Roxbury, Mass., 
1848-62- and First Ch., N. Y. City, 1862-79; and So. Bapt. Ch., Boston, 
Mass., 1879-83. Pres. Rutgers Female Coll., N. Y. City, 1875-79. m- Lucy 
Ann, dau. John Spence. 

ALEXANDER WILLIAMS BIDDLE,* A. M. 

b Phila Apr. 29, 1819. s. Thomas Biddle (Class 1791) and Christine 
Williams. Entered 1834. Moderator Philo. *. B. K. Lat. Salutatonan. 
Pres. Bd. City Trusts, Phila. Mngr. Penna. Hosp. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc 
1888 • Acad Nat. Sci., Phila.; Franklin Instit., Phila.; Penna. Soc. Sons of 
Revo. Mai., W.-Col. and Col. 121st Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-64. m 
Julia Williams, dau. Samuel Rush (Class 1812). See Descdts Clement 
Biddle, Autobiog. Charles Biddle. Address, 1307 Walnut St., Phila. 

+ J AMES LLOYD BRECK, A. M. D. D., i860. 

b Bristol, Phila. co., Penna., June 27, 1818 ; d. Benicia, Cal., Mch. 30, 
1876. s. George Breck and Catharine D. Israeli. Entered Junior Class, 
1836. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. 
City 1841. P. E. clergyman. Founder and Pres. Nashotah, Wis., Theol. 
Sem! (now Nashotah House) and its Prof. Pastoral Theol. Founder and 
Pres Seabury Univ. (now Seabury Divin. Sch.) Faribault, Mmn. Founder 
St. Augustine's Coll., Benicia, Cal. Founder and Pres. St. Mary's Hall. 
Benicia, Cal. m. Jane Maria, dau. William R. Mills, Argyle, N. Y. See 
Life by Rev. Charles Breck, D. D. {Class 1835). The Breck Family. 
Appleton. 

i- NATHANIEL BORODAILLE BROWNE, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 21, 1819; d. Phila., Mch. 13, 1875. s. William WilUam- 
son Browne and Elizabeth Ellison Young. Entered Soph. Class 1835. 
Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. State Senator Penna., 1855-57- Postmaster Phila 
1859. Treas. U. S. Mint., Phila., 1865. Pres. Fidelity Trust and Safe 
Deposit Co., Phila., 1865-75. Trustee, 1869-75- Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1867. m. ist, Mary J. Kendall ; 2d, Emily V. Taliafen-o. 

tJOHN MARTIN CONNELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 22, 1819 ; d. in a railroad accident, BurHngton, N. J., 
Aug 29, 1855. S.John Connell and Rebecca Stuart Read. Entered Jan., 
1834. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1842. Presb. clergy- 
man, and "stated supply" Del. co., Penna.; and at Bladensburg and New 
Windsor, Md.; and at Wilmington, Del. See Gen. Cat. Princeton Iheol. 
Sem. 

fTHEODORE CUYLER, A. M. (LL. D., elsewhere.) 

b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1819 ; d. Phila., Apr. 5, 1876. s. Rev. 
Cornelius C. Cuyler, D. D., and Eleanor De Graff. Entered 1834. Mem. 
Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. Select Coun., Phila., 1856-62, and its Pres., 1860^2. 
Mem. Const. Conv. Penna., 1873. Mem. Bd. Park Comn., Phila. Mem. Bd. 
Education, Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1857. m. Mary, dau. Thomas De 
Witt. See Memoir by C. Stuart Patterson {Class i860). 
* Now known as Alexander Biddle. 



112 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1838. 

tSAMUEL FOX FISHER, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 3, 1819; d. Phila., June 14, 1886. s. William Wharton 
Fisher and Mary Pleasants Fox. Entered Soph. Class 1835. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer, m. Emma, dau. John R. Worrell, Phila. 

fWILLIAM WALTON FLEMING, A.M. 

b. Charleston, S. C, Sept. 5, 1S18; d. Brussels, Belgium, May 31, 1S79. 
s. Thomas Fleming and Clarissa T. Walton. Entered 1834. Mem. Zelo. 
m. Maria L,., dau. Samuel Richards. 

HENRY DUVAL GREGORY, A.M. (Ph.D., Lafayette Coll., 1S75. LL. D., 
Centre Coll., Ky., 1885.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 18, 1819. s. Casper Ramsay Gregory («<?<? Gregoire) and 
Mary Holmes Meneely. Entered 1834. Pres. Zelo. 4>. B. K. Gr. Saluta- 
torian. Teacher Acad. Dept., 1838-43. Prof. Gr. and Lat. Langs., Haver- 
ford Sch. (now Coll.) 1843-45. Principal Classical Acad., Phila., 1845-72 ; 
and of Temple Hill Acad., Geneseo, N. Y., 1872-75 ; and of Blair Presb. 
Acad., Blairstown, N. J., 1875-83. Vice-Pres. GirardColl., 1883-92. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1889. Published " Trigonomet. Lines for the Blackboard ; " 
"Index to Mitchell's Atlas," etc. m. Mary, dau. William Jones. Address, 
310 N. 40th St., Phila. 

fASHBEL GREEN HARNED, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 25, 1817 ; d. Phila., Oct. 16, 1881. s. John Harned and 
Adalissa Browne. Entered Fresh. Class 1835. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated 
at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1842. Presb. clergyman, and pastor 
Summit Hill, Penna., 1844-56; and Slatington, Penna., 1856-65; Princ, 
Classical Acad., Mauch Chunk, Penna., 1856-60; Agt. Penna. Colon. Soc, 
1866-67; Princ. Luzerne Instit., Wyoming, Penna., 1868-69; ^"^ pastor, 
Newton, Penna., 1870-77; misny. Grand Tunnel, Penna., 1879-80; and pastor 
Wells and Columbia, Penna., 1880. m. Catharine Hugg, dau. John Fatz- 
inger, Mauch Chunk, Penna. 

t FRANKLIN HEWSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., May, 1820; d. Phila., Oct., 1859. s. Thomas Tickell Hewson, 
M. D. (Class 1789) and Emily Banks. Entered 1835. Mem. Philo. 
Engineer. Visitor U. S. Mil. Acad.. West Point, m. Susan Douglass, dau. 
Hon. George May Keim, Reading, Penna. 

t WILLIAM WARTHMAN JUVENAL, A. M. 

b. Phila., May, 1819; d. Phila., Jan. 9, 1877. s. Jacob Juvenal and 
Sarah Warthman. Entered second term Fresh, year 1835. Mem. Zelo. 
Lawyer, m. Margaret Hannah Gordon, dau. Anthony Benezet, M. D., Phila. 
See Keith. Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. 

JOHN LAMBERT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 23, 1820. s. John Lambert and Elizabeth KettlewelL 
Entered 1834. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila.; Hist. 
Soc. Penna. m. ist, Elizabeth Norris, dau. Elihu Spencer Sergeant ; 2d, 
Mary EHicott, dau. Frederick Turnpenny, M. D. Address, 420 Walnut St., 
Phila. 

PETER LESLEY, JR.,* A. M. (LL. D., Trinity Coll., Dublin, 1878.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1819. .s. Peter Lesley and Elizabeth Oswald Allen. 
Entered 1834. 4>. B. K. As.st. State Geol. Penna., 1839-41. Was graduated 
at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1844. Studied at Univ. Halle, 1844-45. 
Colporteur Am. Tract Soc. in Peinia., 1845-47. Engaged in geological work 
with Prof. Henry D. Rogers, 1847-48. Pastor Congl. Ch., Milton, IMass., 
1848-51. Resumed geology, 1 85 1. Prof. Mining, 1859-72. Prof. Geol. and 
Mining, 1S72-83. Dean Dept. Sci., 1872-75. Dean Towne Sci. Sch., 

1875-83. State Geologist, Penna., 1S74 . Sec. Am. Iron Assn., 1854-5S.. 

* Known as J. P. Lesley. 



1838] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. II3 

Sec. and Librarian Am. Phil. Soc, 1859-85, and its Vice-Pres , 1S86 - — . 
Pres Am Assn. Adv. Sci., 1876. Life Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila. Mem. 
Boston Nat. Hist. Soc; London Geol. Soc; Imper. Soc. Nat. Moscow ; 
Nat Hist. Soc, Emden; Acad. Nat. Sci. , Neufchatei ; Acad. Nat. Sci., Lille. 
Published " Manual of Coal;" " Iron Mfrs. Guide ;" " Man: His Origin and 
Destiny" "Hist. First Geol. Surv. Penna.;" and many scientific papers 
and reports, m. Susan Inches, dau. Judge Joseph Lyman, Northampton, 
Mass. See Appletoti, Allibone. Address, 1008 Clinton St., Phila. 

tJOKN LIVINGSTON LUDLOW, A. M. M. D., 1841. 

b New Brunswick, N. J., May 14, 1819 ; d. Phila., June 21, 1888. s. 
Rev. John Ludlow, D. D., LL. D., Provost 1834-53, and Catlyntje Van Slyck 
Ryley. Entered third term Fresh, year 1835. Mem. Zelo. Physician. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1849. Mem. Phila. Med. Soc; Med. Soc. State 
Penna.; Obstet. Soc. Phila.; Med. Jurisp. Soc. Phila.; Acad. Nat. Sci., 
Phila.; Am. Med. Assn., 1855; Phila. Co. Med. Soc; Hist. Soc Penna. 
Phys. to Phila. Hosp., 1857-87, and Emer. Phys. to same, 1887-88. Senior 
Phys. Presb. Hosp., from its foundation. Pres. Bd. Exam. Surgs. for Pensions, 
Phila., 1885-88. Published "Manual for the Exam, of Students," and 
many 'contributions to the medical journals, m. Mary A. L., dau. John 
Rozet, Phila. 

t EDWARD McKINLEY, A.M. M. D., 1841. 

b. Phila., July 7, 1817 ; d. near Biddle Harbour, West Coast of Florida, 
Oct. 23, 1841. s. William McKinley and Margaret Ann McMuUen. Entered 
1834. Mem. Zelo. Naval Surgeon. Asst. Surg, U. S. N., 1841. 

+ ROBERT MacGREGOR MITCHESON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 15, 181S; d. Phila., Nov. 18, 1877. s. Robert Mitcheson 
and Frances Mary MacGregor. Entered second term Fresh. Class 1835. Was 
graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1841. P. E. clergy- 
man, and rector Norfolk, Va., and Gloucester, N. J. m. Sarah, dau. Robert 
Stockton Johnson, Phila. 

JOHN MOORE ORR, A.M. 

b. Nolands Ferry on Potomac, Loudoun co., Va., Feb. 8, 1820. s. 
William Grayson Orr and Sarah Price Moore. Entered 1834. Mem. Zelo. 
Engineer. Lawyer. Mayor of Leesburg, Va., 1851-66. Dist.-Atty. Loudoun 
CO., Va. Major Va. Regt. Conf. Army, 1861-65. m. ist, Orra, dau. George 
Lee, M. D., Leesburg, Va.; 2d, Orra Virginia, dau. George W. Preston, 
Loudoun CO., Va. Address, Leesburg, Loudoun co., Va. 

HOWARD NEWCOMB POTTS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 14, 1819. s. Nathan Rhoades Potts and INIary Ann Cole. 
Entered 1834. Lawyer. Farmer. Life Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila. 
Published "Eminent Domain and Railroad Corporations." m. Mary Ade- 
laide, dau. John Sommer, M. D. Address, 466 N. Seventh St., Phila. 

LEWIS ALLAIRE SCOTT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 10, 1819. s. Hon. John Morin Scott and Mary Emlen. 
Entered 1834. Moderator Philo. Valedictorian. Lawyer. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1880; Hist. Soc. Penna.; Numis. and Antiq. Soc, Phila._; Am. 
Hist. Assn. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Frances Anna, dau. Richard 
Wistar, Phila. See MunseWs Am. Aftces., vol. Hi. Address, 1806 Locust 
St., Phila. 

tJOHN GELSON SMITH, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1819 ; d. . s. Thomas C. Smith and . En- 
tered second term Fresh, year 1835. Moderator Philo. 



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ISAAC SULGER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 30, 1818. s. Jacob Sulger and Anna Kroft. Entered 
1834. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. Pub. Sch. Bd. 9th Ward, Phila., 1848-51. 
Mem. Bd.. Pub. Sch. Controllers, Phila. Mem. Com. Coun. Phila., 1861-65. 
Private Co. D. Gray Reserves Phila. Home-guard Regt., 1861-65. ni. Julia, 
dau. Lilbourn Harwood, Phila. Address, Pelham Manor, Westchester co., 
N. Y. 

Non-Graduates. 
fWILLIAM CADWALADER. 

b. Phila., Oct. 2, 1820; d. Phila., Oct. 15, 1875. s. Gen. Thomas Cad- 
walader (Class 1795) and Mary Biddle. Entered 1834, and left Fresh, year. 
Mem. Philo. 

f WILLIAM GARDNER CAZENOVE (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1838. LL. B., Univ. Va., 
1841). 

b. Alexandria, Va., Oct. 27, 1819 ; d. Alexandria, Va., Aug. 9, 1877. 
Entered Soph. Class 1835, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 
Lawyer. Merchant. Maj. Va. Regt. Conf. Army. m. Mary, dau. Judge 
Robert Stauard, Va. 

^GEORGE COLHOUN. 

b. Phila., Apr. 18, 1818 ; d. West River, Ann Arundel co., Md., Jan. 13, 
1891. s. Gustavus Colhoun and Martha Spotswood. Entered 1834, and 
left Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Planter, m. Adelaide Augusta, 
dau. Col. James Grant Forbes, N. Y. City. 

fWILLIAM BECK DIVER (M. D., JefF. Med. Coll., 1839). 

b. Phila., Aug. 13, 1819 ; d. Athens, O., Dec. 15, 1849. s. Joseph Diver 
and Mary Reinboth. Entered 1834, and left Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. 
Physician. In charge of the Misny. Hosp., Macao, China. Mem. Franklin 
Instit., Phila. m. Lavinia Augusta, dau. Thomas Brice. 

fWILLIAM GIBSON. 

b. Balto., Md., Oct., 1818 ; d. Phila., 1836 during his studentship, s. 
William Gibson, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Sarah Charlotte HoUings- 
worth. Entered 1834, and continued until his death. Mem. Philo. 

fWILLIAM JOHN GRAYSON. 

b. Beaufort, S. C, Dec. 21, 1819 ; d. Charleston, S. C, Nov. 16, 1861. 
s. William John Grayson and Sarah Matilda Somarsall. Entered 1834, and 
left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Coll. N. J. 
and at Yale Coll. Lawyer. Planter. -. 

fABRAHAM WARTHMAN JUVENAL. 

b. Phila., Aug. 1816; d. Balto., Md., 1879. s. Jacob Juvenal and Sarah 
Warthman. Entered 1834, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. 
Merchant, m. Anna Reese. 

LAWRENCE LEWIS, JR. 

b. Phila., Mch., 1S21. s. Lawrence Lewis and Anna Maria Stocker. 
Entered second term 1835, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. 
Address, 512 Walnut St., Phila. 

t EDWARD WILLIAM MAGENIS. 

b. Phila., June, 1819; d. . s. Daniel Magenis and . Entered 

1834, and left Soph. year. Organist and pianist. 
t LAWRENCE SECKEL PEPPER, M. D., 1843. 

b. Phila., Oct. 28, 1819; d. Phila., Sept. 10, 1886. s. George Pepper 
and Mary Seckel. Entered 1834, and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. 



1838] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. II5 

t CHARLES JACOBS PETERSON. 

b. Phila., July 20, 1819; d. Phila., Mch. 4, 1887. s. Thomas Petetson 
and Elizabeth Snelling Jacobs. Entered Soph. Class 1835, and left Soph, 
year. Mem. Zelo. Publisher, journalist and author. Published " The Hist. U. 
S. Navy ; " " Hist. Am. Revo.; " " MiUtary Heroes of the War of 1812 ; " 
' ' Military Heroes of the War with Mexico, ' ' and several novels. Editor of 
several newspapers and magazines, m. Sarah Powell, dau. Charles Pitt 
Howard. 

t GEORGE EMLEN SCOTT. 

b. Phila., Oct. 30, 1820; d. West End, Is. of St. Croix, W. I., May 9. 
1852. s. Hon. John Morin Scott and Mary Emlen. Entered second term 
Fresh, year 1835. Mem. Philo. Merchant. 

STEPHEN DECATUR SMITH. 

b. Phila., Apr., 1820. s. Francis Gumey Smith and Eliza Mackie. 
Entered 1834, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Engineer. Ironmaster. 

Composer of numerous musical compositions, m. Cuthbert. Address, 

1927 Spruce St., Phila. 

i- HENRY HOLCOMBE TUCKER (A. B., Columbian Coll., [now Univ.] D. C, 
1838. D. D., Columbian Coll., i860. LL,. D., Mercer Univ., Ga., 1876). 

b. near Camak, Warren co., Ga., May 10, 1819 ; d. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 
9, 1889. s. Germain Tucker and Frances Henrietta Holcombe. Entered 
second term Fresh, year 1835, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. 
Zelo. Mcht. in Charleston, S. C. Lawyer. Teacher So. Female Coll., La 
Grange, Ga., 1848-51. Bapt. clergyman, and pastor Alexandria, Va., 
1854-56. Prof. Belles Lettres and Metaphysics, Mercer Univ., Ga., 1856-62. 
Pres. Mercer Univ., 1866-71. Chancellor Univ. of Ga., 1874-78. Vice-Pres. 
Am. Bapt. Pub. Soc. One of the founders of the Bapt. Ch. in Rome, Italy, 
187 1. Founder Ga. Relief and Hosp. Assn., 1861-65. Editor Christian 
Index, 1866-89. Published " The Gospel in Enoch ; " "The Old Theology 
Re-stated ; " a series of letters on "Religious Liberty" addressed to Hon. 
Alex. H. Stephens ; beside many sermons and reviews, m. ist, Mary 
Catherine, dau. Charles N. West, M. D., Savannah, Ga.; 2d, Sarah Osgood, 
dau. Daniel Stevens, Newburyport, Mass. See Memoir by Rev. Lansing 
Burrows, D. D. Appleton, Allibone. 

tJOSIAH PHILIPS TUSTIN (A. B., Brown Univ., 1838. A.M., Brown Univ., 
1841. D. D., Furman Univ., Ga., i860). 

b. Phila., Apr. 3, 1817 ; d. Phila., Dec. 27, 1887. s. John Tustin and 
Mary Philips. Entered Soph. Class 1835, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Zelo. Bapt. clergyman. Principal Warren, R. I., Sem., and of Bristol, 
R. I., Acad. Pastor Bapt. Ch., Petersburg, Va., 1841-44; and at Warren, 
R. I., 1844-50; and Savannah, Ga., 1850-55. Mngr. Bapt. Pub. Soc. and 
of The Index, 1855-60. P. E. clergyman, and rector Grace Ch., New Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1860-63; and of St. Marks, Grd. Rapids, Mich., 1863-70. 
Misny. at Gottenburg, Sweden, 1870-73. Rector St. John's, Dresden, Ger- 
many, 1877-79. Published "Hist, of Warren, R. I.;" "Evidences of 
Christianity," etc. m. ist, R. Williams, Warren, R. I.; 2d, Mary W. Brown, 
Providence, R. I. See Allibone. 

f EDWARD TWELLS. 

b. Phila., Aug., 1819 ; d. Phila., . s. . Entered 1834, and left 

at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. 

t RICHARD M. WARING. 

b. Marlborough, Md., Mch., 1817 ; d. . s. and Sarah C. . 

Entered second term Soph, year 1836, and left at the close of same year. 
Mem. Zelo. Studied at Mt. St. Mary's Coll., Emmittsburg, Md. 



Il6 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI.VANIA. [1838 

BENJAMIN WATSON* (A. B., Washington [now Trinity] Coll., Conn., 1838. A. 

M., Trinity Coll., 1841. D. D., Univ. Chicago, ). 

b. Phila., Oct., 1817. s. Samuel F. Watson and . Entered Junior 

Class Apr., 1837, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Studied 
at Bristol Coll., Penna. P. E. clergyman, and rector Ch. of Covenant, 
Phila. m. Lucy Willard. Address, 162 North Twentieth St., Phila. 

+ FRANCIS WHARTON (A. B., Yale, 1839. A.M., Yale, 1856. D. D., Kenyon 
Coll., 1866. LL. D., Univ. Edin., 1883). 

b. Phila., Mch. 7, 1820; d. Washington, D. C, Feb. 21, 1889. s. 
Thomas Isaac Wharton (Class 1807) and Arabella Griffith. Entered second 
term Soph, year 1836, and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Prof. 
Hist., Jurisp. and Eng. Lit. Kenyon Coll., 1856-63. P. E. clergyman. 
Prof. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Cambridge, Mass. Lecturer Intemat. Law, 
Harvard Univ. Solicitor State Dept., Washington, D. C, 1885-89. Mem. 
Instit. Intemat. Law. Published several theological books and a large 
number of standard legal works, including: " Homicide; " "Criminal Law; " 
•'Criminal Pleading and Practice; " " Precedents of Indictments and Pleas;" 
"Criminal Evidence; " "State Trials in the U. S. ; " "Conflict of Laws; " 
"Evidence;" "Negligence;" "Contracts;" "Agency;" "Commentaries on 
Law;" "Digest of International Law; " and jointly with Moreton Stille, 
M. D. (Class 1841) "Medical Jurisprudence; " etc., beside editing a large 
number of legal works, essays, addresses and reviews. m. ist, Sydney, 
dau. Com egys Paul, Phila.; 2d,'Helen Elizabeth, dau. Lewis Richard Ash- 
hurst (Class 1824). See Wharton Family, Rodman Family, Appleton, 
Allibone. 

tJAMES WASHINGTON WOODS. 

b. Phila., Feb., 1818 ; d. . s. Daniel Woods and . Entered 

1834, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

1839. 

tJONATHAN WILLIAMS BIDDLE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1821 ; d. Phila., Apr. 21, 1856. s. Thomas Biddle 
(Class 1 791) and Christine Williams. Entered 1835. Moderator Philo. 
Gr. Salutatorian. Lavi^yer. m. Emily, dau. Charles D. Meigs, M. D., Prof. 
JeflF. Med. Coll., Phila. See Descdts. Clement Biddle, Autobiog. Charles 
Biddle. 

fTORBEN BILLE, A. M. 

b. Copenhagen, Denmark, Dec. 25, 1819 ; d. Cannes, France, May 13, 
1883. s. Steen Andersen Bille and Christiane Amette Hage. Entered 1835. 
Mem. Philo. Diplomat. Entered the diplomatic ser%dce, 1844. Sec. Danish 
•Leg., London, 1852. Charg^ d' Affaires, Danish Leg., Washington, 1854. 
Danish Minister, Brussels, 1857. Danish Minister Court* of St. James, 
London, 1860-64. m- Louise Elizabeth Domvile. 

tJAMES MacWHORTER BRUEN, A. M. 

b. Newark, N. J., July 30, 1818 ; d. Newark, N. J., Jan. 30, 1881. s. 
James Bruen and Catharine Baldwin. Entered Soph. Class 1836. Mem. 
Zelo. Studied at Coll. N. J., 1835. Presb. clergyman, m. Anna W., dau. 
William Miller, Newark, N. J. 

tJOHN DELAVAN BRYANT, A. M. M. D., 1848. 

b. Phila., 181 1 ; d. Phila., Aug. 2, 1877. s. Rev. William Bryant and 

Delavan. Entered second term Soph, year 1837. Moderator Philo. 

Studied at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City. Physician. Phys. St. 
Joseph's Hosp., and St. John's Orphan Asyl., and House of the GockI 
Shepherd. Was one of the volunteer physicians to respond to the call froni 
Norfolk, Va., during the yellow fever epidemic. 1855, and received the public 
thanks of the authorities of Norfolk and of Phila. PubHshed "Redemp- 
tion," an epic poem ; "Pauline Tenard ;" "The Immaculate Conception — 
A Dogma;" and lectures on " Demonology ;" "The Dark Ages," etc. m. 
Mary Harriet, dau. George Ri-ston, Md. See Allibone. 
* He entered as Benjamin Franklin Watson. 



1839] COLI.EGE; DEPARTMENT. II7 

t SAMUEL MANUEL DAVIS, A. M. 

b. Vidalia, Concordia Parish, I^a., Nov. 5, 1819 ; d. Winchester, Va., 

Sept. 14, 1878. s. Samuel Davis and Maria Clarissa Vidal. Entered Soph. 

Class 1836. Mem. Pliilo. I^awyer. m. Charlotte B., dau, Stephen Duncan, 

M. D., Natchez, Miss. 
tJOSEPH ISAAC ELSEGOOD, A. M. 

b. DubUn, Ireland, June 5, 1816 ; d. East N. Y., L. I., May 31, 1884. s. 

Matthew Elsegood and Ann Powell. Entered Soph. Class 1836. Mem. 

Zelo. M. E. clergyman, subsequently of the P. E. Ch. Pastor M. E. 

Ch., Norristown, Penna., 1848. Rector Christ Ch., Danville, Penna., 

1849-51; and Trinity, Easton, Penna., 1851-68; and Trinity, East N. Y., 

L,. I., 1868-84. ™- Elizabeth Mary, dau. Phineas Jenks, M. D., Newtown, 

Penna. 
tJOHN VIGORS EUSTACE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 9, 1821 ; d. Dixon, 111., Dec. 13, 1887. s. Rev. Thomas 

Eustace and Frances Olmstead. Entered 1835. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

Mem. 111. Legis., 1856. Circt. Judge 13th Judl. Dist., 111., 1857-59, 1878-88. 

Capt. and Provost- Marshal U. S. Vols., Galena Dist., 111., 1851-65. Declined 

the appointment of U. S. Dist. Judge, Washington Terr., 1861. m. Anne, 

dau. Henry Smith, Tenn. 
tCADWALADER EVANS, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Atig. 26, i8i8 ; d. Phila., July 27, 186 1. s. Cadwalader Evans, 

Jr., and Harriet Verena Musser. Entered 1835. Mem. Philo. See H. M. 

Jenkins' Hist. Collection of Givynedd, Penna. 

i-MANLIUS GLENDOWER EVANS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 2, 1821 ; d. Pau, France, June 2, 1879. s. Cadwalader 
Evans, Jr., and Harriet Verena Musser. Entered 1835. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer, m. Ellen, dau. Charles Kuhn (Class 1802). See Keith. H. M. 
Jenkins' Hist. Collection of Gwynedd, Penna. 

NICHOLAS COLLIN HUGHES, A. M. (D. D., Univ. N. C, 1883.) 

b. Upper Merion twp., Montg. co., Penna., Mch. 24, 1822. s. John 

Hughes and Hannah Bartholomew. Entered Soph. Class 1836. Mem. 

Philo. Was graduated at the Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1844. 

P. E. clergyman. Head-master Grammar Sch. Univ. of the South, 1873. 

Published " Genesis and Geol.," etc.; a sermon, "Is Christ Divided?" m. 

Adaline Edmonds, dau. Robert Williams, M. D., surg. in the Revo. Army. 

See The Swedish Holsteins in America. Address, Chocowinity, Beaufort 

CO., N. C. 
MAHLON PALMER HUTCHINSON, A. M. M. D., 1842. 

b. Phila., Nov., 1820. s. Benjamin P. Hutchinson and . Entered 

1835. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Pres. Catavrissa R. R. Co. Fell. Coll. Phys. 

Phila., 1845. m. . Address, 1225 Race St., Phila. 

t EDWARD CONWAY JONES, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct., 1820; d. Phila., Mch. 2, 1865. s. Mark T. Jones and 
. Entered 1835. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman, m. . 

fCHARLES KUHN, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 2, 1821 ; d. Phila., Aug. 5, 1854. s. Hartman Kuhn 
(Class 1800) and Ellen Lyle. Entered 1S35. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

t HENRY EGLINTON MONTGOMERY, A.M. D. D., 1863. 

b. Phila., Dec. 9, 1820 ; d. N. Y. City, Oct. 15, 1874. s. John Crathome 
Montgomery and Elizabeth Henrietta Philips. Entered 1835. Moderator 
Philo. Valedictorian. Studied law, 1839-40. Attache U. S. Leg. Den- 
mark, 1841-42. Studied at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1842-43. 
P. E. clergyman, and rector All Saints' Ch., Phila., 1846-55, and Ch. Incar- 
nation, N. Y. City, 1855-74. Vice.Pres. N. Y. City Misny. Soc. Mem. Bd. 
Misns. P. E. Ch., and as mem. or mngr. of many charitable institutions, m. 
Margaret Augusta, dau. Judge James Lynch, N. Y. City. See Keith, 
Appleton. 



Il8 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSY1,VANIA. [1839 

t ISAAC WALKER MOORE, A. M. 

b. Charlestown twp., Chester co., Penna., June, 1817 ; d. Phila., Dec. 
26, 1857. s. Benjamin Moore and Sarah Walker. Entered Soph. Class 
Feb. 6, 1837. Mem. Philo. Studied at Dickinson Coll., 1835-37. City 
Surv. Dist. Northern Liberties and Dist. Richmond, Phila., prevaous to 
1855. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1854-55. ™- Margaret, dau. William Harvey. 

t GEORGE WASHINGTON RICHARDS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 22, 1820; d. Phila., July 9, 1871. s. Mark Richards and 
Frances Henrietta Hunt. Entered Junior Class 1837. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Contributor to periodical literature. 

t EMANUEL AUGUSTUS THOURON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 8, 1821 ; d. Phila., Oct. 8, 1879. s. Nicholas Elisha 
Thouron and Marguerite Le Sage. Entered 1835. Mem. Philo. Merchant, 
m. Hannah Neilson, dau. Charles E. Borrowe. 

BENJAMIN CHEW TILGHMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 26, 1822. s. Benjamin Tilghman and Anna Maria 
McMurtrie. Entered last term Soph, year 1837. Studied at Bristol Coll., 
Penna., for two years. Inventor of chem. and mechan. processes; the 
saponification of fats by superheated steam under pressure, the sand blast in 
1870, using also for sand chilled iron globules. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1871. 
Served during the Civil War as Capt., Lt.-Col. and Col. 26th Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols. ; Col. 3d Regt. U. S. Col'd Trps.; Brig. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1861- 
65, when he resigned. Contributor to scientific journals. See Keith. Ad- 
dress, 1 1 14 Girard St., Phila. 
fWILLIAM MILLWARD UHLER, A.M. (M. D., Phila. Coll. Med., gratiae 
causa, 1855.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1820; d, Phila., Nov. 27, 1865. s. George Uhler, 
M. D. (Class 1812) and Mary Ann Millward. Entered Soph. Class 1836. 
Analj't. and mfg. chemist. Mem. Select Coun. Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1858; Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila.; Franklin Instit., Phila. Surg. Penna. 
Vols, during the invasion of the State, 1863. m. Martha, dau. Nathan 
Follansbee, Newburyport, Mass. 

t EDWARD COXE WATMOUGH, A. M. 

b. Whitemarsh, Montg. co., Penna., June 9, 182 1 ; d. Phila., July 14, 
1848. s. Col. John G. Watmough and Ellen Coxe. Entered Junior Class 
1837. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 

Non-Graduates. 

tJOHN BURTON. 

b. Phila., Sept. 4, 1820 ; d. Phila., Feb. 16, 1865. s. Robert Burton and 
Eliza Elliott. Entered 1834, and left during Fresh, year. Readmitted 1835, 
and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Merchant. See Keith. 

tAUGUSTUS HENRY DENCKLA. 

b. Phila., Mch. 24, 1820; d. Phila., Sept. 24, 1865. s. Henry Denckla 
and . Entered 1835, and left Fresh, year. Merchant, m. . 

CHARLES FERGUSON. , _ . „ ^ . 

b St Louis, Mo., Oct. 5, 1821. s. Alexander Ferguson and Cathanne 
Lex. Entered 1835, and left Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Merchant, m. 
Frances R., dau. Alexander Symington, Phila. Address, 1314 Walnut St., 
Phila. 

t NATHANIEL PRENTISS GORDON. . 

b. Phila., Sept. 15, 1820; d. Phila., Apr. 8, 1874. s. Thomas Francis 
Gordon (Class 1808) and Constance Rousseau. Entered 1835, and left Fresh, 
year Studied law, but never applied for admission to the bar. Coal mer- 
chant. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. m. Susannah P., dau. Capt. Jacob 
Hannan, Phila. 



1840] COI^LEGK DEPARTMENT. II9 

t EDMUND GRAFF. 

b. Phila., July, 1S20; d. Phila., June 18, 1853. s. Charles GraflF and 
. Entered 1835, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

SAMUEL HUSTON. 

b. Del. CO., Penna., June 20, 1820. s. Robert Mendenhall Huston, 
M. D., Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Hannah West. Entered 1835, and left 
Junior year. Mem. Philo. Brewer. Banker. Pres. Midvale Steel Wks. 
Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila. m. Sarah Sansom, dau. William S. Perot, 
Phila. Address, Haverford P. O., Del. co., Penna. 

t DANIEL LAMMOT, JR. 

b. Phila., July 4, 182 1 ; d. Phila., June 2, 1883. s, Daniel Lammot and 
Anna Potts Smith. Entered 1835, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Cotton factor, m. Dolores, dau. Prudencio de Murguiondo, Cadiz, Spain. 

+ THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN MOSS (Ph.D., Freiberg, Saxony, 1841). 

b. Phila., Aug. 24, 1819 ; d. Chattanooga, Tenn., 1873. s. Samuel Moss 
and Eleanor Mercer. Entered 1835, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
Mining engr. and geologist, m. Delia Forbes, dau. Alfred Thornton, Va. 

t ABRAHAM SULGER, JR. 

b. Phila., Jan., 1820; d. . s. Abraham Sulger and . Entered 

1835, and left Fresh, year. 

t BENJAMIN CHEW WILCOCKS. 

b. Phila., Mch. 9, 1820; d. Camden, N. J., Nov. 10, 1838, from the 
accidental discharge of his gun while hunting, s. Samuel Chew Wilcocks 
and Harriet Manigault. Entered third term Soph, year 1837, and remained 
until his death. Mem. Philo. 

1840. 

t RICHARD MASON ABERCROMBIE, A. M. D. D., 1865. 

b. Phila., 1822; d. Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 7, 1884. s. Rev. James 
Abercrombie, D. D. (Class 1776), and Marie Mason. Entered Soph. Class 
1837. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. 
City, 1843. P. E. clergyman, and rector Rahway, N. J., and Jersey City, 
N. J. m. . 

t JAMES GARDNER AUSTIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 25, 1812 ; d. . s. . Entered Soph. Class Apr. 

17, 1838. Mem. Zelo. Teacher. Presb. clergyman. 

fWILLIAM HENRY BRINCKLE, A. M. 

b. Wilmington, Del., Aug. i, 1822 ; d. Phila., May 23, 1851. s. William 
D. Brinckle, M. D., and Sarah T. Physick. Entered 1836. Mem. Zelo. 
Lawyer. 
t HENRY WILLIAM DUCACHET, JR., A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1843.) 

b. N. Y. City, June 27, 1821 ; d. Georgetown, D. C, Oct. 11, 1865. s. 
Rev. Henry William Ducachet, M. D., D. D., and Anne Dorothy Satterth- 
waite. Entered 1836. Moderator Philo. Physician. Surg. U. S. A., 
1861-65. m. . 

THOMAS SCOTT HARPER, A. M. M. D., 1843. 

b. Phila., July 19, 1821. s. Hon. James Harper and Charlotte A. Sloan. 
Entered 1836. Moderator Philo. Physician. Phys. to Howard Hosp. 
Mem. Bd. Health, Phila., 1853-54. See CampbeWs Hist. Hiber. Soc. Phtla. 
Address, Windsor Hotel, 12 17-1229 Filbert St., Phila. 



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UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [184O 



EDWIN HARWOOD, A. M. (D. D., Trinity Coll., Conn., 1862.) 

b. Phila., Aug. 21, 1S22. s. Lilbum Harwood and Sarah Anne Pierson. 
Entered 1836. Mem. Philo. *. B. K. Studied at Theol. Sem., Andover, 
Mass., 1840-42. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 
1S44. ' P. E. clergyman, and rector Oyster Bay, L. I.; and St. Paul's, East 
Chester, N. Y.; and St. James', Hamilton Sq., N. Y. City; and organized 
Ch. Incarnation, N. Y. City, 1852. Prof. Interpretation New Test., Berkeley 
Divin. Sch, P. E. Ch., Middletown, Conn., 1854-59. Rector Trinity Ch., 

New Haven, Conn., 1859 . Mem. New Haven Colony Hist. Soc. ; Soc. 

Biblical Exegesis ; Archasol. Soc. Am. One of the translators and editors 
" Lange's Commentary on the Bible;" author of essays on "Archbishop 
Tillotson," and on the " Historic Episcopate," and sermons, etc. m. Marion 
Eckford, dau. James E. De Kay, M. D. See Allibone. Address, 36 Temple 
St., New Haven, Conn. 

HENRY TITLER HIESTER, A.M. 

b. Chester co., Penna., Apr. 2, 1819. s. John Hiester and Catherine 
Titler. Entered Junior Class 1839. Mem. Zelo. P. E. clerg>'man, and 
rector St. Mark's, Lewistown, Penna., 1843-49 ; asst. min. St. Matthew's, 
Phila., 1850-51 ; rector St. Paul's, Fremont, O., 1852-57, and St. Andrew's, 

Farm Ridge, 111., 1858 . m. Sarah Lucy, dau. Al\-in Coles, M. D. 

Address, Farm Ridge, 111. 

CHARLES HUSTON, A.M. (M.D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1S42.) 

b. Del. CO., Penna., July 23, 1822. s. Robert Mendenhall Huston, 
M. D., Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Hannah West. Entered 1836. Mem. 
Pliilo. Physician. Ironmaster, 1849. Contributor to scientific journals, 
m. Isabella P., dau. Charles Lukens, M. D. Address, Coatesville, Penna. 

tSTEVENSON MURGATROYD LEAMING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 10, 1822; d. near Cape May, N. J., Aug. 8, 1890. s. 
Thomas F. Leaming and Susan Murgatroyd. Entered Soph. Class 1837. 

Mem. Philo. m. . 

t ALLEN VOORHEES LESLEY, A.M. M.D., 1846. 

b Phila., June 17, 1821 ; d. New Castle, Del., Nov. 7, 1S81. s. Peter 
Lesley and Elizabeth Oswald Allen. Entered 1S36. Physician, and prac- 
ticed in New York and New Castle, Del., and was one of the earlier physicians 
to introduce the pathological use of the microscope. Speaker Del. Senate, 
1872. He was a great traveler and had visited almost everj' country in the 
world, m. Jane, dau. Henry Voorhees, Fort Plane, N. Y. 

HENRY VINCENT MEIGS, A.M. . ^. ^ ^ c . cc 

b. Phila., June 19, 182 1. s. Charies Delucena Meigs, M. D., Prof. Jefl. 

Med. Coll., and Marj^ Montgomery. Entered 1836. Mem. Philo Gr. 

Salutatorian. Lawyer ; subsequently cotton factor. Private Conf. Army, 

1864. Contributor to periodical literature, m. Henrietta Hargraves, dau. 

Charles D. Stewart, Columbus, Ga. Address, Marietta, Ga. 
GEORGE NEFF, A. M. (D. D., Wittenberg Coll., Springfield, O., 1886.) 

b Phila , Dec. 23, 1813. s. Rudolph Neff and Margaretta Rugau. 

Entered last 'term Fresh, year 1837. Studied at Theol. Sem. Luth Ch., 

Gettysburg, Penna. , and Theol. Sera. , Hartwick, N. Y. Asst. Teacher Latm 

and Math., Theol. Sem., Hartwck, N. Y., 1841-44- Luth. clerg3-maii. 

Sec. N. Y. Ministerium. 1856-65. vSec. N. Y. Synod, 1867-73- Pres N. \. 

and N. J. Synod. 1878-86. m. Margaret Elizabeth, dau. James George. 

Address, 1630 So. vSixth vSt., Phila. 

WILLIAM BOWER TAYLOR, A. M. ^ t> 

b. Phila., IMay 23, 1821. s. Joseph Taylor and Anna Farmer Bower. 
Entered 1836. Moderator Philo. Lawver. Examiner U. S. Patent Office, 
Washington, D. C, 1854-77. Editor of Publications, Smithsonian Instit., 
Washington. D. C, 1878 — . Mem. Am. Phil. vSoc, 1877 ; Phil. Soc, Wash- 
ington, D. C; Am. Assn. Adv. vSci. Published "Nature and Ongm of 



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Force-" "Refraction of Sound;" "Hist, of the Electro-Magnetic Tele- 
graph';" " The Scientific Work of Joseph Henry ; " "Cause of the Crump- 
ling of the Earth's Crust," etc. See Appleton, Allibone. Address, Smith- 
sonian Instit., Washington, D. C. 
MARTIN RUSSELL THAYER, A.M. (IvL.D., Jeflf. Med. Coll., 1892.) 

b Petersburg, Va., Jan. 27, 1819. s. Martin Thayer and Mary Call 
Russell. Entered Junior Class 183S. Mem. Zelo. *. B. K. Valedictorian. 
Lawyer Comr. to revise the Revenue Laws of Penna., 1862. Vice-Provost 
Law Acad., Phila., 1873. M. C, 1863-67. Judge Dist. Ct., Phila., 1868-74. 
Pres Judge Ct. Com. Pi. No. 4, Phila., 1875 — . Mem. and Pres. of Bd. of 
Visitors to U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1873. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1877. 
Published " The Duties of Citizenship ; " "The Great Victory, its Cost and 
Value ; " "The Law considered as a Progressive Science ; " " The Life and 
Works' of Francis Lieber ; " "The Battle of Germantown ; " "On Librar- 
ies • " and many essays, addresses and pamphlets, upon political, literary and 
historical subjects, m. ist, Elizabeth W., dau. Thomas K. Wallace, Phil. ; 
2d, Sophia Dallas, dau. Edmund Carmick Watmough, Phila. ; 3d, Julia, 
dau. Rev. Reuben Lindsay Coleman, Va. See Keith, Appleton, Allibone. 
Address, 1824 Pine St., Phila. 

t GEORGE TOLAND, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 6, 1822 ; d. N. Y. City, Oct. 23, 1880. s. Henry Toland 
and Mary Huston. Entered 1836. Clerk. See Keith. 

Non-Graduates. 

t WILLIAM M. BELL. 

b. , Nov. 18, 1820 ; d. . s. Richard M. Bell and . Entered 

Soph. Class 1837, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. [He is 
registered as fr. Havana, Cuba.] 

t HENRY BONSALL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 10, 1822 ; d. Phila., Dec. 20, i860, s. John Bonsall and 
Hannah Brown. Entered 1836, and left Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Con- 
veyancer. 

tJAMES ALEXANDER BURK. 

b. Phila., Apr., 182 1 ; d. Phila., 1866. s. William A. Burk and Eliza- 
beth Smith. Entered 1836, and left Soph. year. Merchant, m. Mary, 
dau. John Naglee. 

t ARCH I BALD B. CAMPBELL. 

b. Phila., Apr., 1820; d. . s. Capt. John Campbell and . 

Entered 1836, and left Soph. year. 

iEDWARD FLOYD dc LANCEY (A. B., Geneva, [nowHobart,] Coll., 1843. A. M., 
Geneva Coll., 1846). 

b. Mamaroneck, Westchester co., N. Y., Oct. 23, 1821. s. Rt. Rev. 
William Heathcote de Lancey, D. D., D. C. L., Provost, 1828-33, and Frances 
Munro. Entered 1S36, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Studied at 
Hansard Law Sch., 1844-45. Lawyer. Treas. Diocese P. E. Ch., N. Y., 
1862-81. Mem. N. Y. Hist. Soc; Westchester Co., N. Y., Hist. Soc; Wis. 
Hist. Soc; Royal Hist. Soc. Eng.; Archaeol. Instit. of Am.; N. Y. Geog. 
Soc. ; Huguenot Soc. of Am. Published " Memoir of Hon. James de Lancey. 
Lieut.-Gov. Prov. N. Y.;" Memoir of James W. Beekman, and of Wm. 
Allen, Chief Justice Penna.; " History of Mamaroneck. N. Y.;" and edited 
Jones' "History of N. Y. during the Revo.;" "Secret Corres. of Sir 
Henry Clinton," etc m. Josephine M., dau. William Steuben de Zeug, 
Geneva, N. Y. See Appleion, Allibone. Address, 132 Nassau St., N. Y. 
City. 



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fTHOMAS JAMES de LANCEY. 

b. Mamaroneck, Westchester co., N. Y., Mch. 29, 1822 ; d. N. Y. City, 
June, 1859. s. Thomas James de Lancey and Mary Jane Ellison. Entered 
1836, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Studied at Washington (now Trin- 
ity) Coll., Conn., 1839-40. m. Frances Augusta, dau. Edward Newenham 
B'ibby, M. D., N. Y. City. 

t SAMUEL BONNYMAN ELLIOTT. 

b. Phila., Mch. 2, 1822 ; d. Phila., Apr. 28, 1876. s. Isaac Elliott and 
Eliza Thomas. Entered 1836, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Naval 
officer. Midshipman U. S. N., 1838 ; Passed Midshipman, 1846. Resigned 
Feb. 21, 1852. Served under Como. Charles Wilkes, U. S. N., during his 
exploring expedition, m. Juliana Marshall, dau. Henry Knapp Randall, 
Washington, D. C. 

t HENRY HUNTINGTON. 

b. Natchez, Miss., July 25, 1820; d. New Orleans, La., Apr. 15, 1862, in 
consequence of wounds received at the battle of Shiloh, Miss., Apr. 6, 1862, 
while serving as Col. i8th Regt. La. Vols. Conf Army, 1861-62. s. Col. 
Henry William Huntington and Helen Dunbar. Entered Soph. Class 1837, 
and left at the close Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Planter. 

fOWEN JONES. 

b. "Wynnewood," near Ardmore, Montg. co., Penna., Dec. 29^ 1819-,. 
d. " Wynnewood, " near Ardmore, Montg. co., Penna., Dec. 25, 1878. s. 
Jonathan Jones and Mary Thomas. Entered Soph. Class 1837, and left at 
the close Soph. year. Lawyer; afterward farmer. M. C, 1857-59. Capt. 
1st Penna. Cav., afterward known as 44th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861, 
and rose to the Colonelcy of the regt., and resigned fr. the service Jan., 1863. 
He commanded a brigade of cavalry at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va., 
Dec. 11-13, 1862. m. Mary, dau. Isaac W. Roberts. See Hist, of Montg. 
Co., Penna., edited by Theodore W. Bean. 

JOSEPH 6RELLET LAWTON. 

b. N. Y. City, Feb. 14, 1822. s. Charles Lawton and Sophia Willson. 
Entered 1836, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Owner and worker of 
coalmines, Schuylkill co., Penna., 1842-51. Direc. Fox and Wis. Improv. 
Co., 1853-55. Bank Pres., 1854-58. Pres. De Pere Co., 1854-81. Capt. 
14th Wis. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-62, and captured a battery of three guns 
at the battle of Pittsburgh Landing. He resigned from the sendee because 
of his wife's illness, m. Ellen Virginia, dau. Capt. Thomas James Baird, 
U. S. A., and gd. dau. Mathew Carey, Phila. Address, De Pere, Brown 
CO., Wis. ^ 

JOHN LONG. 

b. Chester, Penna., June 4, 1816. s. Samuel Long and Isabella Sullivan. 
Entered Soph. Class 1837, and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. Teacher. 
P. E. clergyman. Chaplain U. S. A., 1861-67, and served in Phila. and 
Chester, and Nat. Soldiers' Home, Augusta, Me. m. Mary E., dau. John 
Cornell. Address, Douglassville, Penna. 

tJOSEPH HUDDELL ROACH. 

b. Phila., Apr. 17, 1822 ; d. Phila., May 16, 1876. s. Major Isaac Roach 
and IMary Huddell. Entered 1836, and left Junior year. Mem. Zelo. 
Merchant, m. Eliza Walter, dau. Walter Moore Jones. 

t ABRAHAM L. SHEPHERD. 

b. , Sept. 32, 1814; d. 111., . s. Thomas Shepherd and . 

Entered Soph. Class 1837, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

tJAMES KNIGHTON SHIVERS, M. D., 1S43. 

b. Phila., Nov. 14, 1821 ; d. Atlanta, Ga., 1865. s. Thomas Shivers and 
Jeannette' Dauphin. Entered 1836, and left Fresh, year. Attended the 



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hospitals in Paris, France. Phys., and practiced in S. C, Phila. and 
Del. CO., Penna. Surg. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. At the time of his death his 
term of enlistment had expired, but owing to the scarcity of surgeons in 
Gen. Sherman's Army, his discharge was withheld. m. Emma, dau. 
William Trainor, Del. co., Penna. 

t BENJAMIN STERLING. (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1840.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 18, 1820; d. . s. . Entered Soph. Class 1837, 

and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

JOSEPH RODMAN WEST. 

b. New Orleans, La., Sept. 19, 1822. s. Charles Shute West and Ann 
Edwards Smith. Entered 1836, and left at the close of Fresh, year. U. S. 
Senator, La., 1871-77. U. S. Comr. D. C, 1882-85. Served during the 
Civil War as Lt.-Col. First Cal. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861 ; Col. U. S. Vols., 
1862 ; Brig. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1862 ; Brvt. Maj.-Gen. U. S. Vols., 1865. m. 
Jeanne Josephine Fadeuilhe. See Appleton. Address, 600 Thirteenth St. , 



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SAMUEL KEEN ASHTON, A. M. M. D., 1843. 

b. Phila., Apr. 6, 1822. s. Rev. William Easterly Ashton and Sarah 
Keen. Entered 1837. Moderator Philo. Physician. Mem. Phila. Co. 
Med. Soc; Med. Soc. State Penna. Published " Memoir of Rev. William 
Easterly Ashton, A. M." m. Caroline Melinda, dau. Thomas Tucker 
Smiley, M. D. See MunselVs Am. Ances., vol. iv. Address, 222 So. 
Eighth St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM HENRY BECK, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 27, 1823 ; d. Florence, Italy, Nov. i, 1859. s. William 
Henry Beck and Matilda McCoy. Entered 1837. m. Mary, dau. Hon. 
Richard H. Bayard, U. S. Minister, Belgium. 
t BENJAMIN MARKLEY BOYER, A. M. (and Lafayette Coll., gratiae causa, 1866). 

b. New Hanover twp., Montg. co., Penna., Jan. 22, 1823 ; d. Norris- 
town Penna., Aug. 16, 1887. s. Gen. Philip Boyer and Elizabeth Markley. 
Entered Soph. Class Apr., 1839. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Lafayette Coll. 
and at Marshall Coll., Penna. Lawyer. Dep. Atty.-Gen. Montg. co., 
Penna., 1848-50. M. C, 1865-69. Judge Ct. Com. Pi. Montg. co., Penna., 
1883-87. Capt. of an emergency company of volunteers, when Penna. was 
threatened with invasion during the Civil War. m. Eleanor Leedom, dau. 
Matthew Prior, M. D., N. J. 

FREDERICK CARROLL BREWSTER, A. M. LL- D., 1870. 

b. Phila., May 15, 1825. s. Francis E. Brewster and Mana Hampton. 
Entered Apr. , 1838. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1845. 
City vSolicitor Phila., 1862-66. Judge Ct. Com. PI. Phila., 1866-69. Atty.- 
Gen. Penna., 1869-73. Pres. Alumni Soc. Coll. Dept. Mem. Hist. Soc. 
Penna. Published "Brewster's Digest of Penna. Reports;" "Brewster's 
Reports," four vols. ; "Brewster's Practice;" "Life of Moliere, " a trans- 
lation ; "Life of Disraeli;" beside addresses, essays and reviews. m. 
Emma, dau. Wm. P. C. Barton, Surg. U. S. N. Address, 214 W. Washing- 
ton Sq., Phila. 

JAMES FULLER BROWN, A. M. (D. D., Lewisburg [now Bucknell] Univ., 1864) 

b. Scotch Plains, N. J., July 4, 1819. s. Rev. Thomas Brown and Mary 

K. Lewis. Entered 1837. Mem. Zelo. Bapt. clergyman. Published a 

number of sermons and a local church history, m. . Address, Mullica 

Hill, Gloucester co., N. J. 

EDMUND BYERLY, A. M. ^ . ;, 

b. Phila., Jan. 13, 1823. s. Andrew Byerlyand Susan Wagner. Entered 
1837. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Address, 275 So. Eleventh St., Phila. 



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fANDREW JACKSON CATHERWOOD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 18, 1821 ; d. Phila., Jan., 1870. s. Hugh Cathenv'ood and 
Ann Bell. Entered 1837. Merchant. Mem. Com. Coun. Phila. m. . 

+ ROBERT RALSTON COX, A. M. 

b. Phila. CO., Penna., Oct. 20, 1822 ; drowned in Ohio River, May 23, 
1851. s. James Cox and Sarah Clarkson Ralston. Entered 1837. Was 
graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1848. Was never 
ordained because of his extreme High Church views. One of the founders 
Eccl. Assn., and publisher Ecclesiologist. 

JOHN AGNEW CRAWFORD, A. M. D. D., 1875. 

b. Phila., June 24, 1S22. s. Rev. Samuel Wylie Crawford, D. D., Princ. 
Acad. Dept., and Jane Agnew. Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. <t>. B. K. 
Presb. clergyman. Published "The Royal Burial ;" "The Nation and the 
Church Congratulated;" "The Second Advent;" "The Martial Element 
Essential to a Complete Character ;" beside sermons and orations, m. Susan 
Monro, dau. Rev. Eliphalet W. Gilbert, D. D. , Wilmington, Del. Address, 
Chambersburg, Penna. 

HENRY AUGUSTUS dc FRANCE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 14, 1821. s. Marc Antoine Auguste de France and 
Caroline Foussett. Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. Journalist. Was an 
attache in U. S. Surv. Gen.'s Ofifice, Dubuque, la., 1851-53. m. Sarah 
Webb, dau. Hon. Samuel Phillips, Newburyport, Mass. Address, 905 Reed 
St., Phila. 

t RICHARD BACHE DUANE, A. M. (D. D., Kenyon Coll., 1S69.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 12, 1823; d. Bergen Pt., N. J., Dec. 12, 1875. s. Hon. 
William John Duane and Deborah Bache. Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant. P. E. clergyman, m. Margaret Anne, dau. Sampson Taws. 

t GABRIEL BERTRAND du VAL, A. M. 

b. Washington, D. C, Nov. 29, 1822; d. Montgomery-, Ala., Oct. 15, 
1864. s. Edward W. du Val and Eleanor Jones. Entered Apr., 1838. Mem. 
Philo. Lawyer. Editor Montgomery Advertiser for many years. Supdt. 
Public Schs., Ala., 1858-64. Capt. Indept. Rifles, 6th Ala. Regt. Conf. 
Army, 1861-62, and at the battle of Manassas, Va., being too feeble to 
march, gave commands from an ambulance, m. Julia Ellen, dau. Col. 
Wilson Nesbitt, Columbia, S. C. 

t JAMES RENEE FORD, A. M. 

b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 15, 1822 ; d. Phila., Feb. 10, 1845. s. James Ford 
and Charlotte Southerland. Entered 1837. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 
Pursued his legal studies in Edinburgh, Scot. 

t SAMUEL MICKLE FOX, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 29, 1821 ; d. Phila., 1869. s. Joseph Mickle Fox and 
Hannah Emlen. Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Mar>' Rodman, 
dau. William Logan Fisher. 

ROBERT PATTERSON HARRIS, A. M. M. D., 1844. 

b. Chester co., Penna., Nov. 15, 1822. s. William Harris, M. D., and 
Elizabeth Matilda Patterson. Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. Phvsician. 
Resdt. Wills Hosp., 1844-45; and at Penna. Hosp., 1845-47. Fell. Coll. 
Phys. Phila., 1862. Mem. Pathol. Soc, Phila., 185S ; Obstet. vSoc, Phila., 
1868, and its Pre.s., 1871 ; Am. Phil. Soc, 1856; Am. Med. A.ssn., 1872. 
Corres. Mem. Medico-Chirurg. Soc, Naples. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 
stationed at Phila., 1861-65. I^^s been a voluminous contributor to medical 
literature. See Allibone, Ruschenberger. Address, 329 So. Twelfth St., 
Phila. 



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t EDWIN HEWSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 15, 1822 ; d. Jacksonville, Fla., . s. Thomas Tickell 

Hewson, M. D. (Class 1789) and Emily Banks. Entered 1837. Mem. Pbilo. 
Merchant. 
t HORATIO GATES JONES, A. M. (and Brown Univ., gratiae causa, 1863. 
D. C. L., Judson Univ., Ark., 1883). 

b. Roxborough, Phila., Jan. 22, 1822 ; d. Roxborough, Phila., Mch. 14, 
1893. s. Rev. Horatio Gates Jones, D. D., and Deborah I^evering. Entered 
Tunior Class 1839. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. State Senator Penna., 1874-82. 
Pres. Welsh Soc. Phila., 1862-93. Clk. Bapt. Assn. Phila., 1858, and its 
Moderator, 1887. Pres. Bd. Trustees Bapt. Assn. Phila., 1867-93. Sec. Bd. 
Trustees Crozer Theol. Sem., 1867-93. Direc. Girard Coll. Phila., 1865. 
Vice-Pres. Hist. Soc. Penna., 1867-93. Hon. Fell. Royal Hist. Soc. Gt. Br., 
1877 ist Lieut. Co. A. Phila. Home Guards, and Acting Asst. Adj. -Gen., 
Chambersburg, Penna., 1863. Published "Hist. Rittenhouse Paper Mill;" 
"Life of Ebenezer Kinnersley, the American Electrician;" "Hist. Rox- 
borough and Manayunk ;" and the histories of the following Bapt. Chs., 
viz • The Pennepek or Lower Dublin Chs. ; the Great Valley ; the Brandy- 
wine ; and Roxborough, etc. m. Caroline Vassar, dau. Rev. Rufus Babcock, 
D. D.', Poughkeepsie, N. Y. See Appleton, Allibone. 

WILLIAM ECKART LEHMAN, A. M. 

b Phila., Aug. 21, 182 1. s. William Eckart Lehman and Sarah Vea- 
cock. " Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. M. C, 1861-63. Capt. and 
Prov. Marshal U. S. Vols, ist Dist. Penna., 1863, and held the first draft for 
volunteers. Address, 112 So. Twentieth St., Phila. 

JOSEPH PAUL L'ESTRADE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 22, 1816. s. Francois de I'Estrade and Ann Peck. 
Entered 1837.' Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. 
City, 1845. Presb. clergyman, and labored as misny. until 1859, then 
pastor First Presb. Ch., Hunter, Greene co., N. Y. Served as Chaplain 
N. Y. N. G. to the Park Barracks, N. Y. City, during the Civil War. 
m. Mary C, dau. James Wilkie, N. Y. City. Address, Bloomfield, N. J. 

+JOHN HILL BRINTON McCLELLAN, A. M. M. D., 1844. 

b. Phila., Aug. 13, 1823 ; d. Edinburgh, Scotland, July 20, 1874. s. 
George McClellan, M. D., Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Elizabeth Brinton. 
Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. Physician. Prof Anat. Penna. Med. Coll., 
1855. Surg. St. Joseph's Hosp., 1850-62; and Wills Hosp. Fell. Coll. 
Phys., Phila., 1849. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., 1847 ; Phila. Co. Med. 
Soc • Am. Med. Assn., 1849. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A. stationed at South 
St Phila., U. S. A. Hosp., and at Mower's U. S. A. Hosp., Chestnut Hill, 
Phila., 1861-65. Edited "Principles and Practice of Surgery, by George- 
McClellan, M. D.," his father, m. Maria, dau. Oliver Eldredge, Boston, 
Mass. See Appleion, Ruschenberger. 

tJOHN McKIBBIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 3, 1822 ; d. Phila., May 27, 185 1. s. David McKibbin and 
Martha Agnew. Entered 1837. Lawyer. 

t WILLIAM DUNCAN McLEOD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 2, 1823; d. Phila., Jan. 19, 1877. s. Rev. Robert B. E. 
McLeod and Isabel Houston. Entered Soph. Class 1838. Mem. Philo. 
Bank clerk. 

t EDWARD RODMAN MAYER, A. M. M. D., 1844. 

b. Phila., July 18, 1823; d. Wilkesbarre, Penna., Aug. 16, 1891. s. 
Rev. Philip Frederick Mayer, D. D., and Lucy Woodbridge Rodman. 
Entered 1837. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Senior Consult. Phys. and Dean 
of Staff Wilkesbarre City Hosp., 1871. Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila., 1850. 



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Mem. Luzerne Co., Penna., Med. Soc, 1861 ; Med. Soc. State Penna. ; Am. 
Med. Assn., 1873. Published "Specific Medication ;" "The Now and Then 
of Medicine," etc. m. ist, Ellen, dau. Ralph Peters, son of Judge Richard 
Peters (Class 1761) ; 2d, Mrs. Elizabeth Grier Monroe, dau. Robert Cooper 
Grier, Justice U. S. Sup. Ct. See Rodman Family, Atkinson, Ruschen- 
berger. 

HENRY STAFFORD OSBORN, A. M. (LL. D., Lafayette Coll., 1865.) 

b. Phila., Aug. 17, 1821. s. Truman Osborri and Eliza Paget. Entered 
1837. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Union Tlieol. Sem., N. Y. City, 1845. 
Presb. clergj'mau, and pastor in Va., N. J. and Ohio. Prof Mining and 
Metallurg. Lafayette Coll., 1866-70. Prof. Miami Univ., O., 1871-73. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1867; Hist. Soc. Penna.; Va. Hist. Soc; Victoria 
Phil. Soc, London. Author "Researches in Palestine ;" " Botany of Syria ;" 
"Ancient Egypt;" "Metallurgy of Iron and Steel;" "Minerals, Mines 
and Mining," etc. m. Susan Paulina, dau. G. Hampton Coursen, N. Y. 
See Rodman Family, Appleton, Allibone, Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 
Address, Oxford, O. 

+ FRANCIS ENGLE PATTERSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 7, 182 1 ; d. from the accidental discharge of his 
revolver, Fairfax Ct. House, Va., Nov. 22, 1862. s. Maj.-Gen. Robert 
Patterson and Sarah Ann Engle. Entered 1837. Merchant. Served in 
McCullough's "Texas Rangers" in the Mexican War. 2d Lieut, ist U. S. 
Artill., 1847. ist Lieut., 1848. Capt. 9th U. S. Inf., 1S55. Resigned from 
the Army, May, 1857. Col. 115th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861. Brig. -Gen. 
U. S. Vols., 1862. See Appleton. 

+ WILLIAM HENRY RAWLE, A.M. LL. D., 1882. 

b. Phila., Aug. 31, 1823; d. Phila., Apr. 19, 1889. s. William Rawle, 
the younger, and Mary Anna Tilghman. Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer. Vice-Chancellor Law Assn., Phila., 1880-89. Vice-Provost Law 
Acad., Phila., 1865-73. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1887; Hist. Soc Penna. 
Sec. and Direc Library Co. Phila. Sen'ed as Q. M. Sergt. Landis' Battery 
U. S. Vols., June and July, 1863. Published " Law of Covenants for Title ;" 
" Equity in Penna.," a lecture ; "Some Contrasts in the Growth of Penna. 
in English Law ; " " The Case of the Educated Unemployed," an address ; 
edited John W. Smith's " Law of Contracts ; " and Joshua Williams' " Law 
of Real Property," etc m. ist, Mary Binney, dau. Hon. John Cadwalader 
(Class 1821); 2d, Emily, dau. Gen. Thomas Cadwalader (Class 1795). See 
Keith, Munsell's Am.Ances., vol. iv. Appleton, Allibone. 

t BENJAMIN BRANNAN REATH, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 2, 1822 ; d. Phila., May 26, 1891. s. Thomas Reath and 
Mary Brannan. Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. Gr. Salutatorian. Lawyer, 
m. Emma Hannah, dau. James Wood. 

JOSEPH HICKS SMITH, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila. , Nov. 29, 1818. s. Joseph Hicks vSmith and Catharine Lybrand. 
Entered 1837. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 
1846. P. E. clergyman. Misny. Phila., 1847-55. Rector St. John's, Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. ; and of St. Paul's, Newark, N. J., for twenty-five years; and 
of Ch. of the Good Shepherd and of St. Thomas', Vernon, Sussex co., N. J., 

1882 . m. Sophronia Almina, dau. Robert W. Harris, England. Address, 

Hamburgh, Sussex co., N. J. 

HOWARD SPENCER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 12, 1821. s. James S. Spencer and Sarah Mason. En- 
tered 1837. Lawyer, m. Annie McQueen, dau. Peter Graham, Scotland. 
Address, 1822 Pine St., Phila. 

fMORETON STILLE, A.M. M. D., 1844. 

b. Phila., Oct. 27, 1822 ; d. Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1855. s. John 
Stills and Maria Wagner. Entered Soph. Class 1838. Moderator Philo. 



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Physician. Studied in the medical schools of Dublin, London, Paris and 
Vienna, 1844-47. Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila., 1847. Resdt. Penna. Hosp., 
184S. Volunteer phys. Cholera Hosp. , Phila. , 1849. Mem. Phila. Co. Med. 
Soc, 1853; Am. Med. Assn., 1853. Lecturer Theory and Pract. Med. 
Phila. Assn. for Med. Instruct., 1855. PubUshed jointly with Francis 
Wharton, LL.D. (Class 1838) "Treatise on Med. Jurisp.," and author of 
various articles in medical journals, m. Heloise Destouet. See Appleton, 
Ruschen berger. 

ALFRED BOWER TAYLOR, A. M. (Ph. G., Phila. Coll. Phar., 1844. Ph. M., 
Phila. Coll. Phar., gratiae causa, 1888.) 

b. Phila., Jan. 6, 1824. s. Joseph Taylor and Anna Farmer Bower. 
Entered 1837. Mem. Philo. Pharmacist. Special Examiner of Drugs, 
Port of Phila., 1848. Contributor to pharmaceutical literature, m. ist, 
Mary A., dau. Peter Yeager ; 2d, Lucille M., dau. Leon De Joie. Address, 
2538 N. Sixth St., Phila. 

RICHARD ALBERT TILGHMAN, A.M. 

b. Phila., May 18, 1823. s. Benjamin Tilghman and Anna Maria 
McMurtrie. Entered 1837. Chemist. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1847. m. 
Susan Price, dau. Robert Tolaud. See Keith. Address, 321 So. Eleventh 
St., Phila. 

EDWARD SHIPPEN WILLING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 26, 1822. s. Richard WilHng and Eliza Moore. Entered 
1837. Mem. Philo. *. B. K. m. Alice, dau. John Rhea Barton, M. D., 
Phila. See Keith. Address, 511 So. Broad St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 
t PAUL JULIAN BECK. 

b. Phila., Dec. 26, 1821 ; d. Phila., Apr. 8, 1845. s. William Henry 
Beck and Matilda McCoy. Entered 1837, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

t HENRY PETER BORIE. 

b. Phila., Apr. 7, 1823 ; d. Phila., Mch. 26. 18S6. s. John Joseph Borie 
and Sophia Beauveau. Entered 1837, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
Banker and broker, m. Clementina M. White. 

tJAMES BURK, JR. 

b. Phila., July 12, 1819 ; d. . s. James Burk and Eliza Richards. 

Entered 1837, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

t GEORGE WILLIAM BYERLY. 

b. Phila., July 27, 1821 ; d. Phila., Apr. 8, 1855. s. John Byerly and 
Ann Long. Entered 1837, and left before the close of the first term Fresh. 
Clerk, m. Elizabeth Hilton, dau. Jonathan Vanhom. 

t FRANCIS SIMS CORBIN,* M.D., 1844. 

b. Phila., June 22, 1823; d. Phila., Nov. 29, 1880. s. Robert Beverly 
Corbin and Caroline Rebecca Heath Sims. Entered Jan., 1838, and left at 
the close of Fresh, year. Studied at St. Mary's Coll., Emmittsburg, Md. 
Physician. One of the incorporators and Prof Surg. Penna. Homoeopathic 
Coll., Phila., 1848-53. m. Rebecca Allen, dau. Robert Huddell. 

fHEWSON COX. 

b. Easton, Penna., May 4, 1821 ; d. Chester co., Penna., Mch. 10, 1859. 
s. William Sitgreaves Cox, Surg. U. S. N., and Eliza Banks. Entered Soph. 
Class 1838, and left at the close of Soph. year. Studied at Lafayette Coll., 
1837-38. Resided in So. Am. several years. Served as staff-interpreter to 
Gen. Scott during the Mexican War. m. Mary Ricketts, dau. William 
Masters Camac, Phila. See Keith, Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 
* By Act of Assem. he chauged his name to Francis Sims. 



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t JOHN JAMES CHAPMAN HARVEY. 

b. Phila., Mch. 7, 1822.; d. Phila., Sept. 16, 1893. s. Samuel Dawes 
Harvey and Elizabeth Chapman. Entered Soph. Class 1838, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Civil engineer. Manager, m. Ann 
Elizabeth, dan. Rev. Robert Steele, Abington, Penna. 

ISAAC WIGGINS HAYHURST (A. M., Lewisburg [now Bucknell] Univ., gratite 
causa, 1853). 

b. Upper Makefield twp., Bucks co., Penna., Mch. 26, 1813. s. Benajah 
Hayhurst and Martha Kinsey. Entered 1837, and left Junior year. Mem. 
Zelo. Teacher. Bapt. clerg>'man. m. Louisa Wal ten dau. Christian Miller. 
Address, P. O. Box 492, St. Louis, Mo. 

t ISAAC N. HOBART. 

Registered as fr. Parish ville, N. Y. Entered Junior Class 1S39, and left 
Junior year. 

SETH CRAIGE HOLMES. 

b. Phila., Sept. 22, 1821. s. John Holmes and Ann Craige. Entered 
Apr., 1838, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Merchant, m. Jane Davis. 
Address, Waverly, Balto. co., Md. 

fANTHONY KENNEDY JOYCE. 

b. Langhorne Homestead, Bucks co., Penna., Feb. 7, 1822; d. Bristol,^ 
Penna., Mch. 6, 1868. s. Rev. James Joj'ce and Rebecca Cunningham Risk. 
Entered 1S37, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Studied at Coll. N. J. 
Merchant. Farmer, m. Louisa Matilda, dau. Thomas Ferguson Li^•iugs- 
ton, N. Y. 

t EDWARD DUFFIELD NEILL (A. B., Amherst Coll., 1842. D. D., Lafayette 
Coll., 1 886). 

b. Phila., Aug. 9, 1823; d. St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 26, 1893. s. Henry 
Neill, M. D., and Martha R. Duffield. Entered 1837, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Andover Theol. Sem. one year. 
Presb. clergyman, and pastor First Ch., St. Paul, Minn., 1849-55; and of 
House of Hope, St. Paul, Minn., 1855-60. Chancellor Univ. Minn., 1858-61. 
Sec. to Pres. Lincoln for signing land patents, 1864-68. U. S. Consul, Dub- 
lin, 1869-7T. Pres. Macalester Coll., St. Paul, Minn., 1873-84; and Prof. 
Hist, and Polit. Sci. at same, 1884-93. Mem. Am. Hist. Assn.; and Hist. 
Soc. Wis.; New Eng. Hist.-Geneal. Soc. Corres. Mem. Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Chaplain ist Minn. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-62. Chaplain U. S. A., 1862-64. 
Published " Hist. Minnesota ; " " Terra Mariae ; " "Virginia Carolorum ; " 
" English Colonization of Am.," etc., and was a frequent contributor to his- 
torical magazines, m. Nancy, dau. Richard Hale, Worcester co. , Lid. See 
Descdts. of Henry Neill, M. D. MunseWs Am. Ances., hoi. Hi. Apple- 
tori, Allibone. 

JOSEPH LOWNDES NEWBOLD. 

b. Phila., Feb. 8, 1821. s. Michael Newbold and Esther Lowndes. 
Entered 1837, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Farmer. 
Merchant. Sec. and Treas. Chester Co. Mining Co. Direc. Camden and 
Atlantic R. R. Co. Address, 260 So. Twenty-first St., Phila. 

t GEORGE A. PIPER. 

b. Phila., July 12, 1822; d. Phila., Sept. 11, 1859. s. John Piper and 
Catharine Streeper. Entered Junior Class 1839, and left at the close of 
Junior year. Princ. Zane St., Phila., Grammar Sch., and of New St., Phila., 
Grammar Sch. Freight Supdt. P. and R. R. R. Co. Merchant, m. Hannah 
R., dau. Amos Ellis. 

tJAMES PURDON. 

b. Phila., Feb. 19, 1822 ; d. N. Y. City, Nov. 3, 1886. s. John Purdon 
and Mary Boyle. PCnteretl 1837, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mer- 
cliant. m. Lydia S. H., dau. Gideon Nye, New Bedford, Mass. 



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fTHOMAS RANDALL ROACH. 

b. Phila., Oct. 10, 1823 ; d. Bethlehem, Penna., Apr. 11, 1875. s. Major 
Isaac Roach and Mary Huddell. Entered 1837, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Lawyer. Sergt. Co. G, 45th Mass. Regt. XJ. S. Vols., 1862. 

tJOHN SERGEANT, JR. (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1841). 

b. Phila., Dec. 30, 1823; d. Phila., July, 1856. s. Hon. John vSergeant 
and Margaretta Watmough. Entered Apr., 1838, and left Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Sec. U. S. Leg. , Brazil, under Hon. Henry A. Wise. 

JOHN COOK SHERBORNE. 

b. Phila., Feb. 4, 1823. s. Thomas Porter Sherborne and Phebe Cook. 
Entered Apr. 17, 1838, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant, m. Martha Jane, dau. William Moore. Address, 224 So. Eighth 
St., Phila. 

JAMES SOMERS SMITH. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 1822. s. James S. Smith (Class 1799) and Lydia 
Leaming. Entered 1837, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

Lawyer. Sec. and Treas. Phila. Contributionship for Ins., 1859 . m. 

Anna M., dau. Hon. John Welsh, LL. D., U. S. Minister to the Court of St. 
James. Address, 212 So. Fourth St., Phila. 

JAMES HORATIO WATMOUGH. 

b. Whitemarsh, Montg. co., Penna., July 30, 1822. s. Col. John God- 
dard Watmough and Ellen Coxe. Entered 1837, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Student in Med. Dept. for nearly three years. 
Naval officer. Acting Midshipman U. S. N., 1843-44; Purser, 1844; Pay- 
master, i860; Pay Direc, 1871 ; Paymaster-Gen., 1873-77. Retired 1884. 
Mem. Soc. War of 1812. m. Emmeline G., dau. George SheaflF, Phila. See 
Appleton. Address, 1711 I St., Washington, D. C. 

1842. 

t SAMUEL ARTHUR, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 22, 1823; d. Cariisle, Penna., 1870. s. Samuel Arthur 
and . Entered 183S. Teacher, m. . 

t CHARLES GRAHAM BREWSTER, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 5, 1819 ; d. . s. Charles Brewster and . Entered 

1838. Teacher Acad. Dept., 1843-56. Presb. clergyman. 

tJOSHUA GORDON BRINCKLE, A.M. 

b. Wilmington, Del., Feb. 8, 1825 ; d. Phila., Apr. 28, 1880. s. Rev. 
Samuel C. Bnnckl^ and Julia Rumsey. Entered 1838. Lawyer, m. 
Rachel A., dau. Nathaniel Lore. 

EDWARD BALDWIN BRUEN, A.M. 

b. Newark, N. J., July 17, 1823. s. James Bruen and Catharine Baldwin. 
Entered 1838. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, and 
at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J. Presb. clergyman, and has been pastor of 
a number of Presb. chs. in Phila. m. Rebecca Guest, dau. Thomas Roberts 
Tunis. Address, 1531 Chestnut St., Phila. 

tJOHN BERNARD CHAPRON, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 15, 1823 ; d. Phila., Nov. 22, 1866. s. John Marie 
Chapron and Emilie Teterel. Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. 
Bertha, dau. Thomas Bell. 

THOMAS FRANKLIN COOPER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 12, 1824. s. Joseph Cooper and Ann Verree Burr. 

Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. Merchant, m. ^ . Address, P. O. Box 

405, Phila. 

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130 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI.VANIA. [1842 

EDWARD CRONIN, JR., A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1844.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 23, 1823. s. Edward Cronin and Amelia Louderbach. 
Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. Physician; practiced in Sacramento, Cal., 
1850-53, and Platteville, Wis., 1853 — . m. Victoria, dau. John Roth. 
Address, Platteville, Grant co. , Wis. 

t FRANKLIN ARCHIBALD DICK, A. M. 

b. Chester, Penna., May 2, 1823 ; d. Phila., 1885. s. Archibald Thomas 
Dick and Hannah Rogers. Entered Apr. 17, 1839. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 
Mem. Missouri Legis., 1S57. Lt.-Col. U. S. Vols. m. Mira Madison 
Alexander. 

+ WALTER SCOTT DRYSDALE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 8, 1823 ; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1882. s. William 
Drysdale and Janetta R. Turnbull. Entered 1838. Mem. Zelo. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1845. Presb. clergyman, and 
pastor Mantua Ch., Phila., 1848; Sec. Phila. Tract Soc, 1849; Princ. Fem. 
High Sch., Lancaster, Penna., 1850-58; pastor E. Whiteland, Chester co., 
Penna., 1858-63 ; and Downingtown, Penna., 1861-63 ; and in N. Y. State. 
m. Mary Catherine, dau. William Thompson, M. D. See Gen. Cat. Prince- 
ton Theol. Sem. 

t ALBERT WILLIAM DUY, A. M. 

b. Phila. , Apr. 9, 1823 ; d. Phila. , Apr. 19, 1846. s. Lambert Duy and 
Louisa C. Oat. Entered Soph. Class 1839. Mem. Zelo. Valedictorian. 
Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1845. P. E. 
clergyman, and asst. rector St. Ann's, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1845 until his death. 
See Life and Sermons by Rev. Elias Nason. Sprague, Simpson. 

WILLIAM ENGLES HAMILL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 5, 1823. s. Robert Hamill and Mary Latch. Entered 
1838. Mem. Philo. Was a private in an emergency company when Penna. 
was threatened with invasion, 1863. m. Jeanette Latch, dau. Jacob Stadle- 
man. Address, Ardmore, Montg. co., Penna. 

WILLIAM S. MACPHERSON HILL, A. M. 

b. , Oct. 22, 1822. s. John Howard Hill, M. D., and . Entered 

Soph. Class 1840. Moderator Philo. Studied at Del. Coll. 

tJARED INGERSOLL, A.M. 

b. Phila., May 30, 1823 ; d. . s. Edward IngersoU (Class 1808) and 

Catherine Ann Brinton. Entered Apr. 17, 1839. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, 
m. Jane Truefitt. 

+ WILLIAM LOWBER, A. M M. D., 1845 

b. Phila., Oct. 9, 1824; d. Phila., Feb. 24, 1888. s. John Cole Lowber 
(Class 1804) and Frances Sergeant. Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. Naval 
surgeon. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 1847; 
Surg., 1861 ; Med. Inspec. U. S. N., 1871-88. m. Elizabeth, dau. Edward 
IngersoU (Class 1808). 

fWILLIAM McKINLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 11, 1822 ; d. Phila., Jan. 3, 1853. s. John McKinley and 
Abigail Brannan. Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. Teacher in the Deaf and 
Dumb Instit., Phila. 

GRAYSON MALLET- PREVOST. A. M. M. D., 1844. 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1823. s. Andrew Mallet-Prevost and Hannah 
Coulter. Entered Soph. Class May, 1840. Moderator Philo. Physician. 
Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1845. and served throughout the Mexican War ; at one 
time on Gen. Taylor's staff, and at another as Surg, in charge of one of the 
Divisions. Resigned fr. the Army at the close of the war, and settled in 
Mexico, m. Marianita, dau. Severo Cosio, Gov. State of Zacatecas, Mexico. 
Address, Zacatecas, Mexico. 



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tTHOMAS SCOTT MARTIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 23, 1823; killed at the second battle Bull Run, Va., 

Aug. 30, 1862. s. John Martin and . Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. 

Lt.-Col. nth Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861, until his death, m. . 

tJOHN GAMBLE MURPHY, A. M. M. D., 1850. 

b. Phila., Nov. 19, 1824; d. Phila., Nov. 10, 1878. s. John Murphy and 
Jane Gamble. Entered 1838. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Acting Asst. Surg. 
U. S. A. stationed at McClellan U. S. Hosp., Gtn., Phila., and in charge of 
U. S. Hosp., Beaufort, S. C, 1862-65. Published "Review of Chemistry 
for Students." m. Eliza Hannah, dau. Jonathan Kirby Hassinger. 

THOMAS LEE SHIPPEN, A. M. 

b. Chesterfield co., Va., Nov. 27, 1822. s. William Shippen, M. D. 
(Class 1810), and Mary Louisa Shore. Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. Farmer. 
Private in Conf. Army for a short time. m. Jane Gray, dau. John Gilliam, 
M. D., Petersburg, Va. See Keith. Address, Petersburg, Va. 

+ WILLIAM TERRY TAYLOR, A. M. M. D., 1848. 

b. Phila., Mch. 6, 1822 ; d. Phila., Mch. 2, 1887. s. John D. Taylor and 
Mary Terry. Entered 1838. Mem. Philo. Physician. Mem. Phila. Co. 
Med. Soc; Obstet. Soc. Phila.; Med. Soc. State Penna.; Am. Med. Assn.; 
Am. Acad. Med. Was a frequent contributor to medical literature, m. ist, 
Harriet H., dau. John Mattson ; 2d, Mrs. Jane Fesmier, dau. Jonathan 
Toone, Phila. See Atkinson. 

WASHINGTON STEWART TOLAND, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 13, 1825. s. Henry Toland and Mary Huston. Entered 
1838. Mem. Philo. See Keith. 

+ HORACE RAGUET WIRTZ, A. M. M. D., 1846. 

b. Phila., Oct. i, 1823 ; d. San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 24, 1874. s. Wyn- 

koop Wirtz and . Entered 1838. Mem. Zelo. Surgeon. Asst. Surg. 

U. S. A., 1846 ; Major and Surg., 1862 ; Brvt. Lieut. -Col. and Surg., 1865, 
for faithful and meritorious services during the Civil War. m. . 

+JOHN H. WITMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 30, 1821 ; d. . s. George Witmau and . 

Non-Graduates. 

+ JOSEPH HENRY ALTER (A. B., Yale, 1842). 

b. Phila., Sept. 4, 1819; d. New Haven, Conn., Apr. 13, 1854. s. Jacob 
Alter and Elizabeth Coleman. Entered 1838, and left Fresh, year. Merchant, 
m. Harriet, dau. Sylvester Smith, New Haven, Conn. 

tJOHN DORSEY BRINCKLE. 

b. Wilmington, Del., Jan. 28, 1824 ; d. Phila., Dec. 18, 1840. s. William 
D. Brinckl^, M. D., and Sarah T. Physick. Entered 1838, and left early 
part of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. 

t PETER CUSTIS, JR., M. D., 1844. 

b. New Berne, N. C, June i, 1823 ; d. Wilmington, N. C, Mch., 1863. 

s. Peter Custis, M. D., and Catharine Euphemia Carthy. Entered Soph. 

Class 1839, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Physician. 

Surg. 31st N. C. Regt. Conf. Army, and afterward Surg, in charge of Conf 

Army Hosp., Wilmington, N. C, where he died. m. Sarah, dau. Asa Smith. 
tJOHN WELSH DULLES (A. B., Yale, 1844. A. M., Yale, 1853. D. D., Coll. 

N. J., 1871). 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1823; d. Phila., Apr. 13, 1887. s. Joseph Heatly 

Dulles and Margaret Welsh. Entered Soph. Class 1839, and left at the close 

of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. 

City, 1848. Presb. clerg>'man. Misny. in So. India, 1849-53. Sec. Presb. 



132 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1842 

Bel. Pub., 1856-87. Author "The Soldier's Friend;" "Life in India;" 
"Ride through Palestine," etc. m. ist, Harriet L., dau. Rev. Myron 
Winslow ; 2d, Nataline, dau. Nathaniel Baynard, Md. See Appletott, Alli- 
bone, Presb. Encyc. 

ALBERT GALLATiN FREELAND. 

b. Phila., June 17, 1823. s. David Stansbury Freeland and Hannah 
Niles Millar. Entered 1838, and left first term Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant, m. Marearetta Eleanor, dau. Jacob Burkhart, Phila. Address, 
3322 Walnut St., Phila. 

t SAMUEL DAWES HARVEY, JR. (M. D., Penna. Med. Coll., 1843). 

b. Phila., Nov. 8, 1823 ; d. Montg. co., Penna., 1886. s. Samuel Dawes 
Harvey and Elizabeth Chapman. Entered 1838, and left Soph. year. Mem. 
Zelo. Physician. Mem. Med. Soc. Montg. Co., Penna. m. ist, Rebecca 
Schofield ; 2d, Mary Beatty, dau. Rev. Robert Steel. 

fTHOMAS TOMKINS LEVAN. 

b. Phila., Dec. 15, 1823 ; d. N. Y. City, June 5, 1882. s. William Levan 
and Mary A. Tomkins. Entered 1838, and left Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 
Merchant, 
t ROBERT NEWTON, M. D., 1845. (A. B., Lafayette Coll., 1842. A. M., Lafay- 
ette Coll., 1845). 

b. Phila., Apr. 29, 1825; d. of yellow fever on his return from the 

Mexican War, New Orleans, La., Aug. 9, 1848. s. . Entered Soph. 

Class 1839, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Tutor La- 
fayette Coll., 1843-44. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1846, and served in the Mexican 
War until its close. Was specially mentioned for his bravery by Gen. Scott 
in his dispatches. See Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 

fTHOMAS PAGE. 

b. Phila., Sept. 5, 1824; d. — -. s. William Page and . Entered 

1838, and left Soph. year. 
JONATHAN DICKINSON SERGEANT. 

b. Phila., Mch. 14, 1822. s. Elihu Spencer Sergeant and Elizabeth Fox 
Norris. Entered 1838, and left Senior year. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 
Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. See Keith. MunselPs Am. Ances., vol. %v. 
Address, 420 Walnut St., Phila. 
fWASHINGTON SHERMAN, M. D., 1S44. 

b. , Sept. 26, 1821 ; d. . s. Conger Sherman and . Entered 

1838, and left Junior year. Physician. ■* 

tALBANUS SMITH. 

b. Phila., Sept. 30, 1823 ; d. Phila., Mch. 29, 1842. s. John Jay Smith 
and Rachel Collins Pearsall. Entered Soph. Class 1839, and died during his 
studentship. Mem. Philo. Studied at Ha verford Coll. ^^^ Memoir by his 
inother, Keith. 
t SILAS EBENEZER WEIR. 

b. Phila., Mch. 10, 1822; d. Phila., Jan. 31, 1S88. s. Silas Ebenezer 
Weir and Martha Henry. Entered Soph. Class Apr., 1839, and left Soph, 
year. 
SAMUEL WILCOX. 

b. Phila., Oct. 21, 1823. s. Edmund Wilcox and Mary Tod. Entered 
1838, and left Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Clerk, 1842-46. Sec. Bd. Trustees 
(^irard Estate, 1846. Treas. Perkiomen Consol. Mining Co., 1851. Sec. 
Trustees City Ice Boats, 1855. Treas. North Br. Coal Co., 1855. Sec. 
Phoenix Ins. Co., Phila., 1856. Treas. Am. Sewing Machine Co., 1871. 
Treas. Reliance Mfg. Co., 1877. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Third 



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Sergt. Co. D. First Regt. Penna. Vols. Artill., Capt. John Cadwalader (Class 
182 1) comdg., during the riots in Phila., 1844. 2d Lieut. Co. A. First Regt. 
Penna. Artill. U. S. Vols., 1861-64. m. Ann Roberts, dau. Joseph Mont- 
gomery. Address, 228 So. Broad St., Phila. 

STEPHEN WILirAMS. 

b. Phila., Sept. 11, 1821. s. James Williams and Anna Maria Cumpston. 
Entered 1838, and left Soph. year. Served as a private Penna. State militia 
to guard Phila. armories, 1861. Address, 2903 D St., Phila. 

+ SAMUEL WOLFF, M. D., 1843. 

b. Phila., Jan. 18, 1823; d. Mobile, Ala., Sept. 8, 1873. s. Abraham 
WolflF and Elinor Crawley. Entered Apr. 17, 1839, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Physician. Merchant. Mem. Ala. Legis., 1861-63, 1863-65. 
m. Marianne, dau. Josiah Benjamin Cozens, Phila. 

1843- 

JOHN HOWARD ATWOOD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 3, 1825. s. John M. Atwood and Henrietta M. Coffin. 
Entered 1839. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Asst. Sec. Ins. Co. North Am., 
Phila. Direc. Pub. Schs., Phila. Private in Home Guards, Phila., during 
the Civil War. Address, 232 Walnut St., Phila. 
i-JOHN ALEXANDER BREWSTER, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 22, 1825 ; d. San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 5, 1889. s. Charles 

Brewster and . Entered 1839. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Cal. 

Legis. Surv.-Gen. Cal. 
tJOHN PENN BROCK, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 27, 1823; d. Lebanon, Penna., July 3, 1881. s. John 
Brock and Catherine Egert. Entered 1839. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 2d 
Lieut, nth U. S. Inf., 1848. m. Julia Watts, dau. Robert Coleman Hall. 

i-THEODORE HAY COE, A.M. 

b. Savannah, Ga., July 18, 1824; d. San Francisco, Cal., 1870. s. 
George W. Coe and Ann Baldwin. Entered Soph. Class 1840. Mem. Philo. 
Planter. Capt. S. C. Regt. Cav. Conf. Army, 1861-64. Was captured in 1864 
and confined in Fort Delaware, m. Florence, dau, William Kirk, S. C. 

«i- GEORGE DAWSON COLEMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 13, 1825 ; d. Lebanon, Penna., Sept. 9, 1878. s. James 
Coleman and Harriet Dawson. Entered 1839. Moderator Philo. Iron- 
master. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1S63-64. State Senator Penna., 1867-69. 
Pres. Bd. Pub. Charities, Penna., 1869-78. Pres. First Nat. Bank, Lebanon. 
He raised and equipped the 93d Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols. m. Deborah, 
dau. William Brown. See Keith. 
THOMAS KNIGHT FINLETTER, A. M. (LL. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1871.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 31, 1821. s. Thomas Finletter and Margaret Dickson. 
Entered Soph. Class 1840. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Lafayette Coll., 1838-40. 
Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1848-50. Direc. Pub. Sch. Dist. Northern 
Liberties, Phila., 1849-54. Asst. City Solicitor Phila., 1860-65. Judge Ct. 
Com. PL, Phila., 1870-75. Judge Ct. Com. Pi. No. 3, Phila., 1875-86, and 

Pres. Judge of same, 1886 . m. Martha M., dau. Archibald Mcllroy, 

Phila. See Biog. Encyc. Em. Penna. Address, 500 N. Fourth St., Phila. 
'(•CASPER ROBUE GREGORY, A.M. (D. D., Hanover Coll., Indiana, 1871.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1824; d. Oxford, Chester co., Penna., Feb. 26, 1882. 
s. Casper Ramsay Gregory [nee Gregoire) and Mary Holmes Meneely. 
Entered 1839. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, 
N. J., 1847. Teacher. Presb. clergyman Misny. Choctaw Nation, 1849-50. 
Pastor Oneida, N. Y., 1852-64; and First Ch., Bridgeton, N. J., 1864-73. 
Prof. Sacred Rhet. Lincoln Univ., Penna., 1873-83. m. Mary Letitia, dau. 
William J. Montgomery. See Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem. 



134 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1S43 

t WILLIAM HAGAN, A. M. 

b. , Nov., 1821 ; d. New Orleans, L,a., before 1861. s. . Entered 

Junior Class 1841. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 

ALEXANDER ELMSLIE HARVEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 4, 1824. s. Isaac Harvey, Jr., and Agnes Lownes. En- 
tered 1839. Mem. Philo. Lavpyer. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. m. 
Rachel L,., dau. Richard Wistar. Address, 226 So. Nineteenth St., Phila. 

MORTON PEARSON HENRY, A. M. 

b. Gibraltar, Feb. 11, 1826, while his father was U. S. Consul there, s. 
Bernard Henry and Mary Miller Jackson. Entered 1839. Moderator Philo. 
<J>. B. K. Lawyer. Served in Penna. Regt. emergency men during the first 
and second invasions of Penna. by Conf. Army. Author "The Admiralty 
Jurisdiction and Procedure of Courts U. S." m. Annie, dau. William 
McKee, Phila. See Allibone. Address, 2200 St. James PI., Phila. 

SAMUEL H."" JARDEN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 6, 1825. s. Robert Jarden and Eliza Vanleer Templin. 
Entered Soph. Class 1840. Moderator Philo. Manufacturer. Guardian of 
Poor, Phila., 1882. m. Amanda M., dau. Casper Schaeflfer, M. D. Address, 
182S Green St., Phila. 

t DAVID JARRETT JOHNSON, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1849.) 

b. Attleboro (now Langhorne) Bucks co., Penna., Jan. i, 1823 ; d. 
Phila., Dec. 27, 1854. s. Joseph Johnson and Rebecca Jarrett Hough. 
Entered Senior Class 1842. Mem. Zelo. Shared the first honor at gradu- 
ation with Dudley Atkins Tyng. Gr. Salutatorian. Teacher. Physician. 
Prof. Chem. and Toxicol. "Woman's Med. Coll., Phila., 1850-54. Edited Dr. 
Lardner's "Nat. Phil, and Astron." m. Rebecca F., dau. Joseph Warner, 
Bristol, Penna. 

fALEXANDER DIX JONES, A. M. 

b. Gardner, Me., July 4, 1814 ; d. , Va., Mch., 1879. s. Samuel L. 

Jones and . Entered Soph. Class 1840. Mem. Zelo. P. E. clergy- 
man, m. Howard. 

t ANDREW YOUNG LEVERING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 4, 1824; d. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 16, 1863. s. Jacob 
Levering and Elizabeth Mathias. Entered 1839. Mem. Zelo. Bapt. clergy- 
man, ist Lieut. 1st Minn. Regt. U. S. Vols., and A. D. C. to Gen. Alfred 
Sully, 1861-63. ™- 1 of Newton Centre, Mass. 

FRANCIS WEST LEWIS, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1846.) 

b. Phila., June 17, 1825. s. Mordecai D. Lewis and Sarah Frances West. 
Entered 1839. Mem. Philo. ^. B. K. Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp., 
1849-50. Dist. Phys. Phila. Dispen., 1850-54. Surg. St. Joseph's Hosp., 
1864. Phys. Children's Hosp., 1855-65. Fell. Coll. Phys, Phila., 1855. 
Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1849 ; Am. Phil. Soc, i860; Hist. Soc. Penna.; 
Penna. Prison Soc. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A. , stationed at Satterlee U. S. 
Hosp., Phila., and Surg, in charge of U. S. Hosp., Harrisburg, Penna., 
1862-64. Contributor to medical literature. See Ruschenberger. Address, 
2016 Spruce St., Phila. 

t JAMES RYLEY LUDLOW, A. M. LL. D., 1870 (and Rutgers Coll., 1870). 

b. Albany, N. Y., May 3, 1825 ; d. Phila. Sept. 20, 1886. s. Rev. John 
Ludlow, D. D., LL. D., Provost, 1834-53, and Catlyntje Van Slyck Ryley. 
Entered 1839. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Judge Ct. Com. PI. Phila., 1857-75. 
Pres. Judge Ct. Com. PI. No. 3, Phila., 1875-86. Trustee Jeff. Med. Coll., 
Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1884; Hist. Soc. Penna. Joint editor with 
John M. Collins (Class 1845) of "Adams on Equity." m. Henrietta 
Frances, dau. Jabez Lovett, N. Y. See Applet on. Memoir by Hon. Rich- 
ard Vau.r. 

* This is a distingxiisbing letter, not an abbreviation. 



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THOMAS HAMILTON McALLISTER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 26, 1824. s. John McAllister, Jr. (Class 1803), and Eliza 

Young. Entered Soph. Class 1840. Optician, m. . Address, 227 

Degraw St, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
tJOSEPH McMURRAY, A. M. 

b. Newry, Ireland, Aug., 1816 ; d. Gloucester, N. J., June 12, 1873. 

s. . Entered Soph. Class 1840. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Lafayette Coll., 

1839-40. Was graduated at Theoi. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1846. Presb. 
clergyman, and pastor Mt. Freedom, N. J., 1847-57 ; " stated supply " New- 
portville and Bensalem, Penna., 1857-60; and pastor Gloucester, N. J., 

1860-66. m. . See Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem. 

JAMES VIRTRINGA PATTERSON, A. M. (M. D., JeflF. Med. Coll., 1846.) 

b. Phila., Aug. 15, 1824. s. James Patterson and Sarah Coe. Entered 
1839. Physician. Asst. Demstr. Anat. Jeff. Med. Coll. Acting Asst. Surg. 
U. S. A., and stationed at Turner's Lane, Phila., U. S. Hosp., 1862, and in 
charge of Islington Lane, Phila., U. S. Hosp., 1862-65. m. Margaret W., 
dau. George W. Fobes, Phila. See Atkinson. Address, 104 Penn St., 
Gtn., Phila. 
t PHILIP SYNG PHYSICK RANDOLPH, A.M. 

b„ Phila., Oct. 26, 1824; d. Phila., May 5, 1869. s. Jacob Randolph, 
M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Sarah Emlen Physick. Entered 1839. Mem. 
Philo. Lawyer. Mngr. House of Refuge, Phila. Mem. Prison Soc. Phila.; 
Freedmen's Soc. Phila. 
HENRY WASHINGTON RIHL, A.M. (M.D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1849) 

b. Phila., June 2, 1823. s. Henry Rihl and Hannah Van Buskirk. 
Entered Soph. Class 1840. Mem. Zelo. Teacher. Physician, m. Mary 
Adams, dau. William Donaldson. Address, 946 N. Eighth St., Phila. 

WILLIAM STERRETT, A. M. 

b. Letterkennv, co. Donegal, Ireland, Sept. 8, 1823. s. William Sterrett 
and Elizabeth Keinps. Entered 1839. Mem. Zelo. Teacher Acad. Dept., 
1844-47. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Covenant Presb. Ch., Phila., 1848-92. 
m. Jane S., dau. William Kirkpatrick, Phila. Address, 2133 Vine St., 
Phila. 

t RICHARD BARRINGTON TSCHUDY, A.M. 

b. St. John's Berkeley, S. C, May 31, 1824; d. Fredericksburg, Va., 
Sept. 29, 1856. s. Rev. John Jacob Tschudy and Mary George Bamngton. 
Entered 1839. Mem. Zelo. Studied for the ministry P. E. Ch., and passed 
the examinations, but was never ordained. Prof. Gr., Lat. and Chem. Mil. 
Acad., Norfolk, Va. m. Lavinia, dau. Henry Beverly Gaines, Peters- 
burg, Va. 

t DUDLEY ATKINS TYNG, A. M. 

b. Prince George's CO., Md., Jan. 12, 1825 ; d. Phila., Apr. 17, 1858. s. 
Rev. Stephen Higginson Tyng, D. D., and Ann De Wolf Griswold. Entered 
1839. Shared the first honor at graduation with David Jarrett John- 
son. Valedictorian. Studied at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va. 
P. E. clergyman, and held charges in Columbus, O. ; Charleston, Va.; Cin- 
cinnati, O.; and was rector Ch. of the Epiphany, Phila., 1854-57. He was 
a lecturer on religious and secular subjects. Author "Vital Truth and 
Deadly Error;" "Children of the Kingdom, or Lectures on Family 
Worship;" "Our Country's Troubles." m. Catharine, dau. James A. 
Stevens. See Simpson, Appleton. 

+ HENRY JACKSON VAN DYKE, A. M. (D. D., Univ. Mo., i860 ) 

b. Abington, Montg. co., Penna., Mch. 2, 1822; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., 
May 25, 1891. s. Frederick Augustus Van Dyke, M. D., and Ehza Ander- 
son. Entered 1839 Pres. Zelo. *. B. K. Studied at Theol. Sem., Prince- 
ton, N. J., 1843-^14. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Second Ch., Bridgeton, 



136 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1843 

N. J., 1846-50; and of First Ch., Gtn., Phila., 1852-53 , and of First Cli., 
afterward the Second Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1853-91. Direc. Theol. Sem., 
Princeton, N. J., 1873-91. Moderator Gen. Assem. Presb. Ch., Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1S76. Prof. Sys. Theol. Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, 1891. Pub- 
lished ' ' The Ivord's Prayer ;" " The Church : Her Ministry and Sacraments, ' ' 
beside essays and reviews in the religious press, m. Henrietta, dau. Thomas 
Ashmead, Phila. ^^^ Appleton, Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem., and its 
Necrology Report for 1S92. 

NICHOLAS KING WADE, A. M. (M. S., Wash, and JeflF. Coll., Penna., 1870.) 
b. Washington, D. C, Oct. 31, 1823. s. William Wade and Susan King. 
Entered Junior Class 1842. Studied at Geneva (now Hobart) Coll., 1839-42. 
Iron mfr. and proprietor Fort Pitt Foundry, Pittsburgh, Penna. Engaged 
during the Civil War in the manufacture of heavy ordnance for the U. 
S. Govt. Has been a contributor to periodical literature, m. Romaine 
v., dau. F. Julius Le Moyne, M. D., Washington, Penna. Address, Santa 
Barbara, Cal. 

tJOHN PRICE WETHERILL, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 4, 1824; d. Gtn., Phila., Sept. 17, 1888. s. John Price 
Wetherill and Maria Lawrence. Entered Fresh. Class May 8, 1840. Mem. 
Zelo. Manufacturer. Mem. Select Coim. Phila. Guardian of the Poor, Phila. 
Mem. Bd. Pub. Ed., Phila. Inspector Moyamensing Prison, Phila. Mem. 
Const. Conv. Penna., 1873 ; and of Centennial Bd. Finance, 1876. Vice- 
Pres. Bd. Trade, Phila. Direc. Penna. R. R. Co., 1874-88 ; and of Am. 
Steamship Co. ; and of Western Sa\-ings Fund, Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1878. m. Caroline, dau. Thomas Hill Brinton Jacobs. &&& Appleton. 

t NICHOLAS CUNNINGHAM WILSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 3, 1824; d. Phila., Jan. 15, 1861. s. William Wilson 
and Margaret Wilson. Entered 1839. Mem. Zelo. 

+JACOB ZEHNER, A.M. 

b. Lynn twp., near Jacksonville, Lehigh co., Penna., May 18, 1820 ; d. 
Burlington, N. J., June 6, 1854. s. John Zehner and Elizabeth Smith. 
Entered Junior Class 1 841. Mem. Zelo. Teacher. Prof. Math. Burlington 
Coll., N. J., 1849-54. 

Non-Graduates. 
ALBERT SYDNEY ASHMEAD. 

b. Phila., May 16, 1824. s. Thomas Ashmead and Catherine Lehman. 
Entered 1839, and left first term Fresh, year. Merchant. Real estate busi- 
ness until the Civil War, and at its close resumed the same business. Q. M. 
29th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861, and Lieut, and Acting Asst. Q. M. U. 
S. Vols., and Capt. and Asst. Q. M. U. S. Vols., 1S61-65. m. Elizabeth, 
dau. Thomas Graham, Phila. Address, JefFerson\'ille, Montg. co., Penna. 

fBENNEVILLE JACOB ESSER. 

b. , May 9, 1817 ; d. Phila., 1842. s. . Entered Soph. Class 

1840, and died during his studentship. Mem. Zelo. 

fTHOMAS HENRY FASSITT. 

b. Phila., June 24, 1822; d. Phila., Dec. 3, 1842. s. Thomas S. R. 
Fassitt and Mary Ann Fassitt. Entered 1839, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. Mem. Zelo. 

tJOHN C. HAINS. 

Registered as fr. Penna. Entered 1839, and left Fresh, year. Mem. 
Philo. 

tJOHN CAMPBELL HARRIS. 

b. Phila., May 3, 1824; d. Phila., June 30, 1841. s. William Harris, 
M. D., and Elizabeth Matilda Patterson. Entered 1839, and died during 
his studentship. Mem. Philo. 



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WILLIS POPE HAZARD (A.M., Del. Coll., gratise causa, 1882). 

b. Huntsv-ille, Ala., July 22, 1825. s. Samuel Hazard and Abbie Clark 
Hetfield. Entered 1839, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Publisher and 
bookseller. Farmer. Vice-Pres. Acad. Nat. Sci., West Chester, Penna. 
Hon'y. Mem. Phil. Soc, West Chester, Penna. Vice-Pres. State Penna. 
Dairymen's Assn. Published "Annals of Phila.," being a third vol. of 
Watson's Annals of Phila.; " How to Select Cows, etc.;" "On Butter and 
Butter-making;" "The Jersey, Guernsey and Aldemey Cow, etc." m. 
Susan Robinson, dau. Vincent Gilpin, Wilmington, Del. See Allibone. 
Address, West Chester, Penna. 
t LEWIS THEODORE LAGUERENNE. 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1825 ; d. Phila., Feb. 2, 1846. s. Pierre Louis Lague- 
renne and Eliza Helen Beauveau. Entered 1839. Mem. Philo. Merchant. 

f GEORGE SKINNER McCLELLAND. 

b. , Jan. 18, 1824 ; d. . s. George McClelland and . En- 
tered 1840, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
tJOHN ANTHONY McCOY. 

b. , May 25, 1821 ; d. . s. John McCoy and . Entered 

Feb. 17, 1840, and left Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 
tDAVID JAMES McKIBBIN, M.D., 1846. 

b. Phila., Oct. 15, 1824; d. Ashland, Penna., Dec. 19, 18SS. s. David 
McKibbin and Martha Agnew. Entered 1839, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. Mem. Philo. Physician. Pres. Schuylkill Co., Penna., Med. Soc. 
Mem. Penna. Legis., 1876. Surg. U. S. Vols., 1862. m. . 

•{•ROBERT Mckinley. 

b. Phila., Dec. 27, 1823 ; d. Phila., June 19, 1871. s. William McKinley 
and Margaret Ann McMullen. Entered 1839, and left first term Fresh, year. 
Mem. Philo. Conveyancer. Q. M. Sergt. ii8th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 
1862-65. 

ABEL AUGUSTUS MARPLE. 

b. Doylestown, Penna., Jan. 4, 1823. s. David D. Marple and Mary 
Hinkle. Entered 1839. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alex- 
andria, Va., 1846. P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Paul's, Bloomsburg, 
Penna.; and St. Paul's, Wellsboro, Penna.; St. Luke's, Scranton ; Swedes' 
Ch., Upper Merion, Montg. co., Penna. Editor The Church, m. Harriet 
Neal, dau. William McKelvy. Address, Bridgeport, Montg. co., Penna. 

t HENRY BARING POWEL. 

b. Phila., Jan. 28, 1823 ; d. Portland, Ore., Apr. 4, 1852. s. John Hare 
Powel (Class 1803) and Julia de Veaux. Entered 1839, and left at the close 
of Fresh, year. Pursued his studies in France. Lawyer. Mem. First Trp. 
Phila. City Cav. m. Caroline, dau. Hon. Richard H. Bayard, Del. See 
Keith. 

tJAMES SHERMAN. 

b. , Nov. 8, 1823 ; d. . s. Conger Shennan and . Entered 



1839, and left Soph. year. 



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t CHARLES CARROLL BROCK, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 4, 1826; d. Phila., 1866. s. John Brock and Catherine 
Egert. Entered Jan. 4, 1841. Mem. Zelo. 

i-JAMES STERLING FENTON, A. M. 

b. Bristol, Penna., May 24, 1827; d. Phila., Apr. 27, 1888. s. Eleazer 
Fenton and Elizabeth Elkinton. Entered Soph. Class 1841. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant, m. Frances Josephine, dau. John Ashbumer, Jr. 




138 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1844 

DANIEL NiLES FREELAND, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 15, 1825. s. David Stansbury Freeland and Hannah 
Niles Millar. Entered 1840. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., 
Princeton, N. J., 1847. Mem. Clio. Soc. Coll. N. J. Presb. clergyman, and 
pastor Monroe, Orange co., N. Y., 1847-81. Was drafted, and applied for 
chaplaincy in Serralls Engr. Corps, U. S. Vols., but the Civil War closed 
before acceptance. Published lectures and occasional articles, m. Mary 
Eliza, dau. Robert Burwell. Address, Pelham Manor, Westchester co., N. Y. 

JOHN BARNARD GEST, A. M. LL. B., 1852. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1823. s. John Gest and Ann Barnard. Entered Jan., 
1841. Pres. Zelo. *. B. K. Chmn. of a Com. Alumni Soc. Coll. Dept. to 
compile an Alumni Cat., 1848, 1870 and 1880. Law>-er. Vice-Pres. and 

Pres. Fidelity Trust and Safe Deposit Co., Phila., 1873 . Trustee, 1887 . 

Pres. Alumni Soc, Coll. Dept., 1884-92. Trustee Presb. Hosp. Pres. Union 
Benev. Assn. Direc. Mortg. Trust. Co. Penna. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna, m. 
Elizabeth Ann, dau. Alexander Purves. Address, Overbrook, Penna. 

fTHOMAS WILLIAMSON GREEN BAN K,"" A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 31, 1825 ; d. Phila., Feb. 10, 1887. s. Rev. Richard M. 
Greenbank, M. D., and Mary Thompson. Entered 1840. Mem. Zelo. 
L,awyer. Asst. City Solicitor Phila., 1852. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1862. 
Judge Dist. Ct. Phila., 1868. Lieut. Penna. Reserves, when Penna. was 
threatened with invasion, 1862. m. Elizabeth, dau. Rev. Alban Hook, Ches- 
ter CO., Penna. 

fHUGH COOPER HANSON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 13, 1S25 ; d. Phila., 1862, s. John Hanson and Catharine 
Iv. Cooper. Entered 1840. Mem. Philo. 

tJOHN MANSELL HEYBERGER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 28, 1823 ; d. Phila., 1871. s. Jacob Heyberger and . 

Entered Soph. Class 1841. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 

DANIEL KENDIG. 

b. Middletown, Dauphin co., Penna., Nov. 10, 1824. s. Martin Kendig 
and Rebecca McFarland. Entered 1840. Moderator Philo. P. E. clerg>'- 
man. Chaplain U. S. A., 1859-90, when he was retired, m. Josephine, dau. 
Aristides Monges. Address, 1910 Spruce St., Phila. 

t GEORGE MclLRATH LAMB, A. M. 

b. Carrickfergus, Ireland, Sept. 26, 1825 ; d. Rock Prairie, Wis., Dec. 16, 
1852. s. Francis Lamb and Jane Mcllrath. Entered 1840. Mem. Zelo. 
Presb. clergj'man, and pastor Rock Prairie, Wis., 1852. 

t ROBERT WALN LEAMING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 12, 1824; d. Phila., Nov. 9, 1884. s. Jeremiah Fisher 
Leaming and Rebecca Wain. Entered 1840. Mem. Philo. Merchant, m. 
Julia, dau. Hon. John Morin Scott, Phila. 

DANIEL LORD, A. M. (and Rutgers Coll., 1847, M. D., Chicago Med. Coll., 

1873). 

b. N. Y. City, Apr. i, 1821. s. Benjamin Lord and Esther Vandervoort. 
Entered Soph. Class Jan., 1842. Mem. Philo. Studied at Rutgers Coll. 
Was graduated at Theol. Sem. Dutch Ref. Ch., New Brunswick, N. J., 1847. 
Dutch Ref. clergyman. Physician Chief phys. South Side Dispen., Chi- 
cago. Mem. U. S. Sanitary Comn., 1864-65. m. Sophie E., dau. Nathaniel 
Potts. Address, Jordan\nlle, Herkimer co. , N, Y. 

fALEXANDER McKiNLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 24, 1824; d. supposed in Cal., where he went in 1848, 
and has never been heard of since, s. William McKinley and Margaret Ann 
McMullen. Entered 1840. Mem. Philo. Clerk. 2d Lieut. N. J. Battalion 
U. S. Vols, in the Mexican War. 
• Subsequently known as Thomas Greenbank. 



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fandrew harry manderson, a. m. 

b. Phila., Oct. 8, 1825 ; d. Phila., July 16, 1858. s. John Manderson and 
Margaret Manderson, a cousin. Entered Soph. Class 1841. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer, m. Mary Shryock. 

t GEORGE FREDERIC MILLER, A.M. 

b. New Hanover, Montg. co., Penna., Apr. 25, 1824; d. Camden, N. J., 
Jan. 9, 1884. s. George Miller and Sarah Beitenman. Entered Soph. Class 
1841. Mem. Zelo. Gr. Salutatorian. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., 
Princeton, N. J., 1847. Luth. clergyman, and pastor Ch. of the Transfigura- 
tion, Pottstown, Penna., 1847-68. Principal Hill Sch., Pottstown, Penna., 
T868-71. Prof. Ger. Lang, and Lit. Muhlenberg Coll., Penna., 1872-77. 
Pastor Millville, Vineland and Riverside, N. J., 1878-84. m. Emma H., 
dau. Rev. Daniel Weisser. 

t JOEL BARLOW REYNOLDS, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 29, 1826; d. Phila., May 16, 1851. s. Caleb Reynolds 
and . Entered 1840. Moderator Philo. Latin Salutatorian. Mechani- 
cal engineer. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1851. 

tJOHN MANSELL RICHARDS, A. M. (D. D., Madison Univ., N. Y., 1859). 

b. Phila., Mch. 30, 1822; d. Spring Lake, Mich., Dec. 16, 1875. s. 
William H. Richards, and Elizabeth Mansell. Entered Apr. 17, 1841. 
Studied at Madison Univ., Hamilton, N. Y. Bapt. clergyman, m. Sarah, 
dau. Horace Evans. 

JAMES GALLAHER SHINN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 13, 1822. s. Col. John Shian, Jr., and Mary White. 
Entered Jan. 4, 1841. Mem. Zelo. Valedictorian. Was graduated at Theol. 
Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1847. Presb. clergyman and teacher. Pastor First 
Ch., Burlington, la., 1848-51, and Richmond Ch., Phila., 1853-61. Principal 
of aschool, Phila., 1866-73. " Stated supply " atWaterford, Atco and Berlin, 
N. J., 1873-78. Pastor and teacher, Waterford, N. J., 1878-80. Principal 

of a school, Atlantic City, N. J., 1880 . Chaplain U. S. A., 1861-64. 

Hosp. Chaplain, Phila., 1864-65. m. M. Cecilia, dau. John J. Shoemaker. See 
Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem. Address, 1708 Pacific Ave., Atlantic 
City, N. J. 

SAMUEL MOORE SHUTE, A. M. (D. D., Mercer Univ., Ga., 1870.) 

b. Phila., Jan. 24, 1823. s. William Shute and Sarah Young. Entered 
Soph. Class 1841. Moderator Philo. Bapt. clergyman, and pastor Pemberton, 
N. J., 1853-55, and at Alexandria, Va., 1857-59. Prof. Eng. Lang, and 

Lit., Columbian Univ., Washington, D. C, 1859 . Mem. Am. Philol. 

Assn. Hered. Mem. N. J. State Soc. Cincinnati, and chaplain of the same. 
Chaplain Gen. Soc. Cincinnati. Author "A Manual of Anglo-Saxon." 
m. JaneC, dau. Daniel S. Kerfoot, Fauquier co., Va. See-Allibone. Address, 
132 1 Q St., Washington, D. C. 

tJAMES SUDDARDS, A. M. M. D., 1847. 

b. Hull, Eng., Feb. 27, 1827 ; d. Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 31, 1888. s. 
Rev. William Suddards, D. D., and Jane Ansdale. Entered 1840. Mem. 
Philo. Naval Surgeon. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion, U. S. Asst. Surg. 
U. S. N., 1849 ; Surg., 1861 ; Med. Inspec, 1871 ; Med. Direc, 1875. m. 
Frances A. Locker. 

+ ELIAS ELY WILSON, A. M. M. D., 1849. 

b. Buckingham, Bucks co., Penna., Mch. i, 1825; murdered near Cairo, 
Egypt, Dec., 1868, while traveling, s. John Wilson, M. D., and Mary Gil- 
lingham. Entered 1840. Mem. Philo. Physician. 



140 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1844 

Non-Graduates. 

+ ALBERT HENRY BARNES (A. B., Yale, 1846. A. M., Yale, 1866. Ph. D., 
Lafayette Coll., 1871). 

b. Morristown, N. J., Feb. 11, 1826; d. Phila., Apr. 6, 1879. s. Rev. 
Albert Barnes, D. D., and Abby A. Smith. Entered 1840, and left at the 
close of Fresh, year. Studied at Theol. Sem. , Yale Coll. , and at Union 
Theol. Sem., N. Y. City. Presb. clergyman, and principal of a classical 
academy, m. Annie, dau. Joseph Chamberlain, M. D., Newark, Del. See 
Coffin's Men 0/ Lafayette. 

tJAMES NATHAN BARNES (A. B., Yale, 1848). 

b. Morristown, N. J., Sept. i, 1827 ; d. Phila., Apr. 15, 1892. s. Rev. 
Albert Barnes, D. D., and Abby A. Smith. Entered i84o,_and left Soph, 
year. Mem. Philo. Lawj'er. 

t AUSTIN MONTGOMERY BOWEN. 

b. Phila., Oct. 11, 1825 ; d. . s. John Bowen and . Entered 

Soph. Class 1841, and left Junior year. Mem. Philo. 

CHARLES CABOT. 

b. Phila., June 28, 1826. s. Joseph Cabot and Catharine Crafts Frazier. 
Entered Soph. Class 1841, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant. 

i- GEORGE CORREY. 

b. Phila., Sept. 10, 1823; d. Phila., Mch. 12, 1846. s. David Correy 
and Margaretta Smith. Entered 1840, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Mem. Philo. 

i-WILLIAM THOMPSON COWPLAND. 

b. Phila., May 17, 1824; d. Phila., Dec, 1846. s. Joshua Cowpland 
and Catherine W. Carr. Entered 1840, and left Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. 
t SILAS WOOD SEXTON CULP. 

b. , Oct. 26, 1825 ; d. . s. C. Culp and . Entered 1840, 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. 

WILLIAM DULLES. 

b. Phila., May 12, 1825. s. Joseph Heatly Dulles and Margaret Welsh. 
Entered 1840, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Merchant, 
m. Fanny, dau. M. Leib Harrison, Phila. Address, 262 So. Sixteenth St., 
Phila. 

+ SOLOMON ALLEN ENGLES, M. D., 1849. 

b. Phila., Jan. 9, 1827 ; d. . s. Joseph Patterson Engles (Class 1811) 

and Harriet P. Allen. Entered 1840, and left Senior year. Mem. Philo. 
Physician. 

i- EDWARD TRISTRAM HORATIO HARPER. 

b. , Dec. 16, 1825 ; d. , s. . Entered 1840, and left Fresh. 

year. Mem. Philo. 

i- THOMAS B. ADAMS HEWLINGS. 

b. , Dec. 23, 1826 ; d. . s. . Entered 1840, and left Soph. 

year. 

tJAMES PEMBERTON HUTCHINSON. 

b. Phila., Oct. 10, 1824 ; d. . s. R. Hutchinson and . Enteretl 

1840, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

t WILLIAM EVANS GARRETT KEEN. 

b. Phila., June 8, 1S24 ; d. Paris, Fauquier co., Va., July 22, 1864, 
while in the service Conf. Army. s. Samuel Williams Keen and Jane 
Garrett. Entered 1840, and left at the clo.se of Fresh, year. Clk. P. O. 
Dept., Washington, D. C, 1857-61. Lieut. Artill., Conf. Army, 1861-64. m. 
Ellen, dau. John N. Lovejoy, Washington, D. C. 



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tANDREW MONROE LAW. 

b. Litchfield, Conn., May 17, 1825 ; d. Vera Cniz, Mexico, Dec. 12, 1847, 
of disease contracted while in the U. S. service, s. Smith Law and Louisa 
Humphreville. Entered 1840, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mer- 
chant. 2d Lieut. Co. B. N. J. Battalion Vols, in the Mexican War. 

HENRY LUDUM LEANING. 

b. Phila., Nov. 25, 1825. s. Furman Learning and Hannah Ludlam. 
Entered 1840, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Farmer. Served as ist 
Lieut., Capt., Major, Lieut. -Col. and Col. 40th Ind. Regt. U. S. Vols., 
1861-66. m. Mary Elizabeth, dau. John Eichelberger. Address, Lafayette, 
Tippecanoe co. , Ind. 

HENRY VOORHEES LESLEY. 

b. Phila., Aug. 28, 1824. s. Peter Lesley and Elizabeth Oswald Allen. 
Entered 1840, and left Soph. year. Sec. and Treas. Del. and Chesapeake 
Canal. 

t EDWARD LIVINGSTON LEVERING. 

b. Phila., Oct. 26, 1825 ; d. Phila., Jan. 2, 1864. s. Jacob Levering and 
Elizabeth Mathias. Entered 1840, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Mem. Zelo. Commission broker. 

t GEORGE BRINTON McCLELLAN. 

b. Phila., Dec. 3, 1826; d. Orange, N. J., Oct. 29, 1885. s. George 
McClellan, M. D., Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Elizabeth Brinton. Entered 
1840, and left at the close of Soph. year. Entered U. S. Mil. Acad., West 
Point, July, 1842, and was graduated July, 1846. Soldier. Brvt. 2d Lieut. 
Engrs. U. S. A., 1846; Brvt. ist Lieut., 1847; Asst. Instr. Pract. Engr. 
U. S. Mil. Acad., 1848-52 ; Capt. ist U. S. Cav., 1855. Resigned from 
the Army, Jan., 1857. He served in the Mexican War; was afterward 
detailed for duty in the West, and in 1855 was sent to Europe as a member 
of a military commission to report on the condition of the European 
armies. Maj.-Gen. Ohio Vols., Apr., i86r. Commander-in-chief U. S. A., 
Nov., 1861. Maj.-Gen. U. S. A., Dec, 1861. Relieved as Commander-in- 
chief U. S. A., and appointed Commander Army of the Potomac, Mch. to 
Nov., 1862. Resigned his commission, 1864. Nominated by the Democratic 
party for President, 1864. Declined the presidency of the Univ. of Cal., 
1868, and of Union Coll., 1869. Engr. -in-chief Dept. of Docks N. Y. City, 
1870-72. Governor N. J., 1877-78. Mem. Bd. Mngrs. Nat. Home for Dis- 
abled Soldiers, 1881-85. Author " The Armies of Europe ;" " McClellan's 
Own Story, etc.," etc. m. Mary Ellen, dau. Brig. -Gen. Randolph Barnes 
Marcy, U. S. A. See Appleton, CuUum's Biog. Register, Allibone. 

tJOSEPH PARRISH, M. D., 1844. 

b. Phila., Nov. 11, 1818 ; d. Burlington, N. J., Jan. 15, 1891. s. Joseph 
Parrish, M. D., and Susanna Cox. Entered 1840, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Physician. Prof. Phila. Med. Coll. Supdt. Home for Feeble- 
minded Children, Media, Penna. Supdt. Md. Inebriate Asyl., near Balto.; 
and Supdt. Inebriate Sanitarium, Burlington, N. J. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 
1854. Mem. Neurol. Soc. Phila. ; Jurisp. Soc. Phila. ; Obstet. Soc. Phila. ; Am. 
Climatol. Soc; Life Mem. Franklin Inst. Phila.; Corres. Mem. Medico-Legal 
Soc, N. Y.; Permanent Mem. Am. Med. Assn. Hon. Mem. and Fell. N. J. 
Med. Soc. Mem. N. J. Hist. Soc. Pres. Am. Assn. for the Study and Cure of 
Inebriety ; Mem. British Med. Assn. Corres. Mem. British Assn. for the 
Study and Cure of Inebriety. Vice-Pres. Colonial and Internat. Cong, on 
Inebriety, London. Mem. U. S. Sanitary Comn., 1861-65. Author "Inebriety 
from a :Medical Standpoint," beside medical essays and addresses, and 
founder N. J. Medical Reporter, m. Lydia, dau. Caleb Gaskill, Burling- 
ton, N. J. See Appleton, Atkinson, Allibone. 



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t CLERMONT ENGLES THAW (A. B., Lafayette Coll., 1844. A. M., Lafayette 
Coll., 1847). 

b. Phila., Aug. 14, 1824 ; d. near Altamont, Va., circa 1850. s. William 

Thaw and . Entered 1840, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. 

See Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 

tJOSEPH SAUNDERS WALTER. 

b. Phila., Apr. 20, 1825 ; d. La Guayra, Venezuela, S. A., June 20, 1844. 
s. Thomas U. Walter and Mary Ann E. Hancocks. Entered Jan. 4, 1841, 
and left at the close of Fresh, year. Civil engr., and at the time of his death 
was engaged with his father in the construction of the breakwater in the 
harbor of La Guayra, S. A. 

tJOHN MURRAY WATERHOUSE. 

b. , Oct. 18, 1825 ; d. . s. John Waterhouse and . Entered 

1840, and left at the close of Soph. year. 

t ROBERT GRAY WHITE. 

b. Phila., June 20, 1826 ; d. Phila., July 31, 1893. s. Brittain White and 
Elizabeth Gray. Entered Soph. Class 1841, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Mem. Zelo. Merchant. 

t EUGENE LAFAYETTE WITMAN. 

b. Phila., July 21, 1825 ; d. . s. George Witman and . Entered 

1840, and left first term Fresh, year. 

1845. 

JOHN McMINN COLLINS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 19, 1824. s. Charles Collins and Eleanor McMinn. 
Entered Soph. Class 1842. Mem. Zelo. *. B. K. Valedictorian. Lawyer. 
Joint editor with Hon. James Ryley Ludlow (Class 1843) of "Adams on 
Equity." m. ist, ; 2d, . Address, 717 Walnut St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM HENRY CRABBE, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 24, 1827; d. . s. Henry S. Crabbe and Elizabeth 

Duane. Entered 184 1. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. Published " Crabbe 's 
Reports of Cases E. D. of Penna," one vol. m. Augusta Smith, Rochester, 
N. Y. 
ALFRED VIDAL DAVIS, A. M. (LL. B., Harvard, 1847.) 

b. Vidalia, La., Sept. 7, 1826. s. Samuel Davis and Maria Clarissa 
Vidal. Entered 1 84 1. Mem. Zelo. Planter. Capt. Co. E 4th La. Battalion 
Conf Army, 1861-65. m. ist, Sarah, dau. Col. Francis Suzette, Natchez, 
Miss. ; 2d, Mary Dunbar, Natchez, Miss. Address, Pass Christian, Miss. 

BENJAMIN JOHNSON DOUGLASS, A. M. 

b. Del. CO., Penna., Aug. 17, 1825. s. Rev. Jacob Morgan Douglass and 
Sarah Ann Johnson. Entered Soph. Class 1842. Mem. Zelo. Delivered the 
English oration. P. E. clergv'man, and rector Christ Ch., Towanda, Penna., 
1850-65. Traveled in Europe^ 1865-67. Rector St. Paul's, Columbia, Penna., 
1867-69, and St. Paul's, Georgetown, Del., 1871-84. Mem. Hist. Soc. 
Penna. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Published sermons and addresses, m. 
ist, Elizabeth Stott, dau. Col. Samuel Price Wetherill, Phila.; 2d, Julia 
R., dau. Rev. Henry S. Riley, Montrose, Penna. Address, 2213 Locust St., 
Phila. 
+ HENRY FLING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 19, 1825; d. Phila., Nov. 12, 1874. s. William B. Fling 

and Townsend. Entered 1841. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. Mem. 

State in Schuylkill. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. See Hist. State 
in Schuylkill. 



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CHARLES MORRIS BAINBRIDGE HARRIS, A. M. M. D., 1848. 

b Phila., Oct. 2, 1827. s. Thomas Harris, M. D., and Jane Phillips 
Hodgdon. Entered 1841. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Clk. in office Sec. 
Treat Washington, D. C, 1851-63 ; Asst. Assessor Int. Rev. 4th Dist. N. Y., 

1865-71 • elk. 6th Auditor's Office, P. O. Dept, Washington, D. C, 1872 . 

Captain's clk. U. S. S. Yantic, 1864-65. In actions before Fort Fisher, N. C, 
Dec, 1864, and Jan., 1865. m. Amelia Gantt, dau. John Bowie, Md. 
Address, 608 Thirteenth St., Washington, D. C. 

fWILLIAM HENRY HOOPER, A. M. M. D., 1849- 

b. Worcester co., Md., Aug. 7, 1824; d. Phila., Dec. 18, 1883. s. John 
Hooper and Mary Radcliffe. Entered 1841. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Fell. 
Coll. Phys. Phila., 1852. Mem. Phila. Co. Med. Soc.; Acad. Nat. Soc., 
Phila.; Hist. Soc. Penna. 
tGEORGE FREDERICK TILGHMAN JONES, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 19, 1827 ; d. . s. . Entered Junior Class Jan., 

1844. Studied at St. Paul's Coll., N. Y. 
CHARLES SHEARER KEYSER, A. M. 

b Phila., June 18, 1825. s. Joseph Keyser and Susan Shearer. Entered 
Soph. Class 1842. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna ; German 
Soc. Penna. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 1861. Published Lemon 
Hill-" " Fairmount Park ; " " Penn's Treaty ; " " Memoir of Judge Shars- 
wood-" "Memoir of Wm. H. English;" "Keyser Family," and "Plan 
fortheCelebrationof July4, 1876." m. Sophronia MacKay Norns. See 
Keyser Family. Address, 524 Walnut St., Phila. 
WILLIAM BRITTON MUSGRAVE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 9, 1827. s. William Musgrave and Eleanor Britton. 
Entered Soph. Class 1842. Moderator Philo. P. E. clergyman, and has 
officiated in Penna. and in N. Y. m. Anna Mason, dau. Sylvester Fosdick. 
Address, 406 W. Fifty-seventh St., N. Y. City. 
i-JOSEPH RUPERT PAXTON, A. M. 

b. Columbia co., Penna., July 2, 1826; d. Houston, Texas, Aug. 20, 
1867. s. Col. Joseph Paxton and Catherine Rupert, the latter having 
died Nov 1887, at the age of one hundred and one in full possession of 
her faculties. Entered Soph. Class Jan., 1843. Mem. Philo. Ivawyer. 
Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 1861. Capt 15th U. S. Inf., 1862-65. 
when he resigned. A. D. C. on the staff of Gen. George H. Thomas at the 
battle of Nashville. Author "Jewelry and the Precious Stones, by Hippo- 
nax Roset " (an anagram). Editor Bizarre of Phila. He dramatized many 
of Dickens' stories, translated into English several French plays and into 
French "Reveries of a Bachelor." m. Sarah Cavendish, dau. Capt. Job 
Whipple, U. S. N., of Salem and Ipswich, Mass. See Appleton, Drake, 
Alltbone. 
4-PHILIP PELTZ, A. M. (D. D., Union Coll., 1866.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 16, 1823 ; d. Coeymans, Albany co., N. Y., June 26, 18S3. 
s. Richard Peltz and Sarah Lentz. Entered Soph. Class 1842. Mem. Zelo. 
One of the orators at Junior exhibition. Valedictorian. Was graduated at 
Theol. Sem. Dutch Ref. Ch. , New Brunswick, N. J. , 1848. Clergyman Dutch 
Ref. Ch. m. ist, Annie E., dau. Henry Sailor, Phila.; 2d, Mary van Dyck, 
dau. Rev. John De Witt, D. D., New Brunswick, N. J. 

SAMUEL GEORGE ROSENGARTEN, A. M. ^ ^,. ^ ,^ „ 

b. Phila., Nov. 8, 1827. s. George D. Rosengarten and Elizabeth Ben- 
nett. Entered Soph. Class 1842. Mem. Zelo. Chemist and manufac- 
turer. Address, 1532 Chestnut St., Phila. 

i-JOEL RUDDEROW, A. M. „ ^ „, ., ^ 

b. Peach Grove (now Merchantville) N. J., Mch. 6, 1818 ; d. Phila., Dec. 
30, 1891. s. John Rudderow and Anna Welch. Entered Soph. Class 1842. 



144 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. l^HS 



Pres. Zelo. Studied at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1845-46. 
P. E. clergjTnan, and rector St. Paul's, Bloomsburg, Penna., 1848-54; Ch. 
Messiah, Port Richmond, Phila., 1854-64. Chaplain Hosp. P. E. Ch., 
Phila., iS^4-6S. Rector St. Paul's Memorial Ch. , Upper Providence, Montg. 
CO., Penita., 1868-91. Published " Historical Sketch of St. Paul's Memorial 
Ch!, Upper Providence, Montg. co., Penna." m. Catharine Mary, dau. 
Benjamin Say Janney, M. D., Phila. See Memorial Sermon by Rev. Benj. 
J. Douglass ( Class 18^5) . First Settlers in Old New Town ,N.J., by Judge 
Clement. 
t ROBERT PERCY SARGENT, A. M. M. D., 1849. 

b. Phila., May 17, 1827 ; d. Natchez, Miss,, May 12, 1859. s. George 
Washington Sargent and Margaret Jessie Percy. Entered 1841. Physician ; 
subsequently planter, m. Anne Johnston, Bayou Sara, La. 

tWINTHROP SARGENT, A. M. (LL. B., Harvard, 1847.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 23, 1825 ; d. Paris, France, May 18, 1870. s. George 
Washington Sargent and Margaret Jessie Percy. Entered 1841. Mem. Zelo. 
Lawyer and author. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Published "Life of Major 
Andre;" "Braddock's Defeat;" "Loyalist Poetry," etc., beside misc. 
articles in periodical literature, m. Sarah, dau. Ignatius Sargent, Boston, 
Mass. See Appleton, Allibone. 

WASHINGTON CARROLL TEVIS,*A. M. 

b Phila., Feb. 22, 1829. s. Benjamin Tevis and Mary Hunter. Entered 
Soph. Class 1842. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at U. S. Mil. Acad., West 
Point, 1849. Soldier. Officer of the Legion of Honor, France. Grand 
Commander Order of Francis I., Naples. Grand Officer Mihan Iftikar, 
Officer of the M<Jjidie and Kars Medal, Turkey. Crimean Medal. Com- 
mander of St. Sepulchre and of St. Maino, Rome. 2d Lieut. Mounted 
RiflesU. S. A., 1849-50. Maj. Cav. Turkish Army, 1854-56. Lieut.-Col. 
4th Del Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-63. Lieut.-Col. 3d Md. Regt. U. S. Vols., 
186^-64. Brvt. Brig. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1865. Gen. of Brigade French 
Army 1870-71. Gov. Egyptian Mil. Sch., 1872-73. Pontifical Chamber- 
lain Rome, Italy. Published "La Petite Guerre," a treatise on outpost 
service, m. Blanche, dau. Jacob Florance, Phila. Address, 3 Rue Darer, 
Paris, France. 

EDWARD SHIPPEN WATSON, A. M. 

b Phila Tan 7 1826. s. William Inman Watson and Frances Shippen. 
Entered 1841 Meik. Zelo. *. B. K. Studied at Gen. Theol. Sem P E. 
Ch N Y City P E clergyman, and rector St. James the Less, Phila., 
186^-68- and St. Tames, Lancaster, Penna., 1869-77; and Ch. of the 
Redeemer. Bryn Mawr, Penna., 1878-86. Published "Ritualism ;" Germs 
or Grafts," etc. m. Sophia, dau. Edmund Wilcox, Phila. See Keith. 
Address, 323 So. Sixteenth St., Phila. 
+ CKARLES MAYER WETHERILL, A. M. (Ph. D., Univ. Giessen, 1848. M.D., 
N. Y. Med. Coll., gratise causa, 1853.) 

b Phila Nov. 4, 1825 ; d. Bethlehem, Penna., Mch. 4, 1871. s. Charies 
Wetherill and Margaretta S. Mayer. Entered 1841. Mem. Zelo. Gr. 
Salutatorian. Studied at the Royal Coll. , France, 1846, and at Univ. Giesseu 
1847-48. Chemist. Chemist Agri. Dept. Washington, DC. 1865. Prof. 
Chem Lehigh Univ., 1866-71. At the time of his death he had accepted 
the Chair of Chem. in the Coll. Dept. Univ. Penna. Mem. Ani 1 hil. 
vSoc i8si ; Franklin Instit. Phila., 1846 ; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila , 1846 ; Md. 
State Med. Soc, 1870; Soc. Nat. Sci., Reading, Penna. Published The 
Manufacture of Vinegar, etc.;" " Lecture Notes on Chemistry ;" " Chemistry 
of Tannic and Gallic Acids ;" " Adipocire and its Formation ;" Report on 
the Iron and Coal of Penna.;" "Report on the Ventilation of the Lapito 
Extension, Washington, D. C.;" "The Modern Theory of Chemical 

■• Known since 1S53 as Charles Carroll Tevis. 



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COLI.EGE DEPARTMENT. I45 



Types ;" " Experiments on Ozone and Antozone ;" *' The Crystalline Nature 
of Glass," etc. m. Mary C, dau. Thomas Truxtun Benbridge. S&q Apple- 
ton, Allibone. 

SAMUEL WETHERiLL, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 8, 1826. s. William Wetherill and Isabella Macomb. 
Entered 1841. Mem. Zelo. 4>. B. K. Lawyer. Direc. Pub. Sch. 7th Ward, 
Phila., for nearly seven years. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Edited 
"Williamson Personal Propert}'." m. Martha Anna, dau. William Parker 
Bowles, Savannah, Ga. Address, 1835 De Lancey Place, Phila. 

+ EDWARD WAGNER WHITE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 17, 1824; d. Phila., Apr. 7, 1886. s. John White and 
Phoebe Wagner. Entered Soph. Class Jan., 1843. Mem. Zelo. L,aw>'er. 
Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the three mos. campaign in the 
spring of 1861. 

Non-Graduates. 
fSAMUEL BADGER, JR. 

b. Phila., Aug. 16, 1824; d. Phila., May 21, 1865. s. Hon. Samuel 

Badger and . Entered 1841, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. 

Philo. Lawyer. 

fSAMUEL SITGREAVES BOWMAN (A. 6., Yale, 1845). 

b. Easton, Penna., Feb. 19, 1826; d. Phila., May 16, 1846. s. Rt. Rev. 
Samuel Bowman, D. D., and Susan Sitgreaves. Entered Junior Class 1843, 
and left at the close of first term. Mem. Zelo. Studied at St. Paul's Coll., 
N. Y. Was a law student at the time of his death. 

t PHILIP NICKLIN DALLAS (A. B., Coll. N. J., gratis causa, 1847). 

b. Phila., Aug. 13, 1825; d. Phila., Mch. 14, 1866. s. Hon. George 
Mifflin Dallas and Sophia Chew Nicklin. Entered 1841, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Coll. N. J. Lawyer. Sec. U. S. 
Leg., London, 1856-61. See Keith, Appleton. 

t CHARLES EDWARDS ELMES. 

b. Phila., Sept. 2, 1824; d. Phila., Feb. 2, 1891. s. Abner Elmes and 
Maria Husband. Entered 1841, and left Fresh, year. Insurance broker. 
Private Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols, three mos. service, 1861. m. Frances 
Harriet, dau. John Northrop, Phila. 

fCOLEMAN FISHER. 

b. Phila., Feb. 12, 1825 ; d. "Briar Hill," Montg. co., Penna., July 21, 
1876. s. William Wharton Fisher and Mary Pleasants Fox. Entered 1841, 
and left at the close of Fresh, year. m. Mary, dau. Samuel Wilson, M. D. 
(Class 1819). See Rodman Family. 
t GEORGE FRYER. 

b. Phila., Sept. 10, 1824; d. Phila., Dec. 20, 18S0. s. William Fryer 
and Catharine Anderson. Entered 1841, and left Fresh, year. Studied at 
Coll. N. J. Merchant, m. Mary Jane, dau. Robert Smjdh. 
t LEONARD JACOBY, M. D., 1847. 

b. Bristol, Penna., Dec. 3, 1825 ; d. . s. Francis Jacoby and . 

Entered Jan. 3, 1S42, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Physician. 
t EDWARD HICKS LAWS. 

b. Phila., Sept. i, 1825; d. Nicaragua, C. A., June, 1856. s. James Laws 
and Sarah Clark. Entered 1841, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Stud- 
ied atTheol. Sem., Andover, Mass., one year. Drug mcht., Phila. 
HENRY SERGEANT LOWBER. 

b. Phila., Feb. 6, 1827. s. John Cole Lowber (Class 1804) and Frances 
Sergeant. Entered 1841, and left at Commencement July, 1845. He never 
received his degree owing to a question as to honors, though he held first 
or second place throughout his college course. Moderator Philo. Law>er. 
m. Charlotte Bleecker, dau. Philip^Lansdale, M. D., Med. Direc. U. S' N. 
Address, Gorgas Lane, Gtn., Phila. 



1^6 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1845 

DUNCAN MacGREGOR MITCHESON. ,. ,. 

b Phila., Mch. 6, 1827. s. Robert Mitcheson and Frances Mary Mac- 
Gregor. Entered 1841, and left at the close of Soph. year. Real estate 
agent. Address, 924 Spruce St., Phila. 
JAMES EGLINTON MONTGOMERY (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1845) 

b. Eglinton, Dutchess co., N. Y., Sept. 20, 1826. s. John Crathome 
Montgomery and Elizabeth Henrietta Philips. Entered 1841, and left at the 
close of first term Fresh, year. Civil engr. in the service Penna. R. R. Co. , 
and subsequently chief engr. Tyrone and Clearfield R. R. Mem. Mil. Order 
Loyal Legion U. S. U. S. Consul, Geneva, 1877-79 ; and Leipsic, 1879-81 ; 
and Brussels, 1881 ; and Trieste, 1882-83, when he resigned. Capt. Com- 
monwealth (Penna.) Artill. U. S. Vols., three mos. semce, 1861. Capt. and 
Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1861. Major and Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 
1864, and served on the staffs of Gens. Newton, Slocum, Canby, Martindale, 
Granger, Cadwalader and Hancock. Was wounded several times, once in 
the seven days' battles before Richmond, almost mortally ; had two horses 
killed under him, and was taken prisoner. Resigned fr. the Army July, 
1866 Private Sec. Admiral Farragut, 1867-70, and with him \-isited many 
of the Courts on the Continent of Europe. Published " Our Admiral's Flag 
Abroad." m. Mary Seymour Walker. See Keith, Alhbone. Address, 
Vevey, Switzerland. 

tTHOMAS HEWSON WEILL 

b. Phila., Apr. 9, 1826 ; d. Phila., Mch. 10, 1885. s. Henr>' Iseill, M. D., 
and Martha R. Duffield. Entered 1841, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at U. S. Mil. Acad., West Pomt, 1847. 
Soldier. Asst. Instr. Inf. Tactics there, 1847. Sensed as 2d Lieut. 5th U. S. 
Inf in Mexican War. Was on frontier duty, 1848-51. Asst. Prof. Draw- 
ing, West Point, 1852-57- ist Lieut. 5th U. S. Inf., and serA-ed m the 
Utah expedition, 1857-60. At the beginning of the Cml War he acted 
as Asst Adj. -Gen. to Gen. Cadwalader (Class 1823), and then under 
Gen. Robt. Patterson. Col. 23d Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Feb., 1862 
Brig -Gen. U. S. Vols., Nov., 1862. Brvt. Brig. -Gen. U. S. A., and 
Brvt Maj.-Gen. U. S. Vols., Mch., 1865. He participated in all the battles 
of the Army of the Potomac. Mem. Exam. Bd. U. S. Officers, 1867-69. 
Inspec -Gen. U. S. A., stationed at New Orleans. Lieut. -Col. ist U. S. Inf., 
stationed at Governor's Is., N. Y. Harbor, 1869-71. He then served in the 
West 1871-73. Commandant U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1875-80. Col. 
8th U S Cav. Jeff. Barracks, Mo., 1880-83. m. Eva. D. Looney. See 
Descdts. of Henry Neill, M. D. Appleton. Cullum's Biog. Register. 

i-JAMES DAVIS PHILLIPS. ^ , . 

b. Phila., Aug. 5, 1824 ; d. . s. Amos Phillips and . Entered 

Apr. 18, 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. 

tZACHARIAH POULSON. ^, , . t, 1 

b. Phila., July 18, 1826; d. . s. Charles A. Poulson and . 

Entered Jan. 3, 1842, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

b Phila* Nov. 25, 1825; drowned at Annapolis, Md., 1852. s. Hon. 
William Bradford Reed (Class 1822), Prof. Am. Hist., and Louisa Whelan. 
Entered 1841, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. Asst. U. S. 
Coast Survey. 

+JOHN ADAMS REMPSON. ^w 1 q ^ 1 r. . ft, 

b. , May 19, 1826 ; d. . s. . Entered 1841, and left at the 

close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

tWILLIAM RODMAN RUAN. ,,00 ^ ^ ^ ^r r^ 

b Phila., Sept. 15, 1826; d. , May, 1881. s. John Ruan. M. D., 

and Susan Rodman. Entered 1841, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Mcht. in Apalachicola, Fla. He served 111 Conf. Army. See 
Rodman Family. 



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HENRY SARGENT (LL. B., Harvard, 1849). , ^ ., 

b. Gloucester, Mass., June 8, 1825. s. Winthrop Sargent and Emily 
Haskell. Entered Soph. Class 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Lawyer. Was for several years clerk to Hon. Daniel Webster in Washing- 
ton, D. C. m. ist, Sophia H., dau. Rev. D. Malin, Phila.; 2d, Mary D., 
dau. Isaac W. Wheelwright, Newbury, Mass. Address, Bryn Mawr, Penna. 

+ ABRAHAM HILYARD SEE (LL. B., Harvard, 1846). 

b. Phila., July 14, 1824; d. Phila., Mch. 8, i88r. s. Richard See and 

. ' Entered 1841, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

Lawyer. Sec. Law Acad. Phila., 1846. 

+ FISHER COLEMAN SMITH, M. D., 1847. ^ ^ . , 

b. Phila., Oct. 13, 1825; d. Cal., Aug. 14, 1873. s. James S. Smith 
(Class 1799) and Lydia Learning. Entered 1841, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Physician. 

+ PETER FRANCIS STOUT. , ^ , , r . . 

b. , Oct. 19, 1826 ; d. . s. . Entered 1841, and left first 

term Fresh, year. 
PETER STRYKER (A. B., Rutgers Coll., 1845. A. M., Rutgers Coll., 1848. 
D. D., Univ. City of N. Y., 1866). 

b. Fairfield, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1826. s. Rev. Hermanus Stryker and 
Balinda Cadmus. Entered 1841, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. Dutch Ref. Ch., New Brunswick, N. J., 
1848. Dutch Ref. clergyman. Has had charges in N. Y. City, Phila., and 
Minneapolis, Minn. m. Caroline Smock. Address, Minneapolis, Mmn. 

+JOHN EDWARD TAGGART. 

b. Winchester, Va., Oct. 3, 1826; d. New Granada, S. A., Feb. 4, 1856. 
s. Daniel Taggart and Caroline Baker. Entered Apr. 18, 1842, and left at 
the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

JOHN HOLMES TAYLOR. , , „ , . . 

b. Phila., Apr. 4, 1825. s. Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Coultas Leiper. 
Entered Soph. Class 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 
Asst. melter and refiner U. S. Mint, Phila., for many years. Address, . 

+ THOMAS RUTHERFORD TAYLOR. 

b. , Nov. 10, 1817 ; d. —^—. s. . Entered Apr. 18, 1842, and 

left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

+ JAMES CALBRAITH VOGDES. , ^ 

b. Phila., Mch. 26, 1826; d. Phila., Apr. 14, 1861. s. John Reynolds 
Vogdes and Hannah Howell. Entered Apr. 18, 1842, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer, m. Hannah M., dau. James S. 
Woodward. 

1846. 

ALFRED WITMAN AUNER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 4, 1826. s. Joseph Gosner Auner and Mary Ann Witman. 
Entered 1842. Mem. Philo. Printer. Address, S. W. Cor. Tenth and 
RaceSts., Phila. 
THOMAS HEWSON BACHE, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1850.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 16, 1826. s. Franklin Bache, M. D. (Class 1810) Prof 
Jeff. Med. Coll., and Aglad Dabadie. Entered 1842. Mem. Philo. Physician. 
Resdt. Penna. Hosp., 1852-53. Surg. Howard Hosp., Phys. Children's 
Hosp., and Treas. of same. Vice-Pres. Penna. Instit. for the Deaf and 
Dumb. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1852 ; Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1855 ; Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1877 ; Phila. Co. Med. Soc. ; Med. Soc. State Penna. ; Pathol. 
Soc. Phila. Surg. 17th Penna. Regt., U. S. Vols., 1861, and Major and 
Brvt. Lt.-Col. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. A frequent contributor to medical htera- 
ture. Address, 311 So. Fortieth St., Phila. 



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t FRANCIS BARTON, A. M. 

b. rhila., Nov. 27, 1826 ; d. Red Bank on the Shrewsbury, N. J., Sept. 
3, 1891. S.John Rhea Barton, M. D., and Anne Fries Frazer. Entered 
1842. He spent most of his time in foreign travel. Served as a private. First 
Trp. Phila. City Cav., during the invasion of Penna. by Gen. Lee's army, 
June to Aug., 1S63. m. Emily, dau. Caleb Chace, Boston, Mass. 
+ CALDWELL KEPPELE BIDDLE, A. M. LL. B., 1853. 

b. Phila., Jan. 22, 1829; d. Phila., Feb. 26, 1862. s. James Cornell 
Biddle and Sarah Caldwell Keppele. Entered 1842. Moderator Philo. 
Valedictorian. Lawyer. Sec. Bd. Trustees, 1853-62. m. Elizabeth Meade, 
dau. Thomas Ricketts, Phila. See Descdts. Clement Biddle. 

WILLIAM SERGEANT BLIGHT. A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1826. s. George Wain Blight and Mary Valeria Ser- 
geant. Entered 1842. Mem. Philo. Sec. and Treas. Ridge Ave. Pass. 

Railway Co., Phila., 1859 . Vice-Pres. Alumni Soc, Coll. Dept., for many 

years, m. Sarah, dau. Hon. Charles Bingham Penrose, Phila. See Descdts. 
Clement Biddle. Autobiog. Chas. Biddle. Address, 1406 Pine St., Phila. 
+ CHARLES FRANCIS BURGIN, A. M. (LL. B., Harvard, 1848.) 

b. Phila., Nov. 3, 1827; d. Phila., Nov. 7, 1885. s. George Horatio 
Burgin, M. D., and Marianne Herman. Entered Soph. Class, 1844. Mod- 
erator Philo. Lawyer. Glass manufacturer. Pres. Law Acad. Phila., 1850. 
m. ist, Mary Clasby, dau. Capt. Reuben Ray, Nantucket, Mass. ; 2d, Charlotte, 
dau. William Neal, Newton, Iowa. 

tJAMES DONNELLY CARLISLE, A. M. 

b. , May 30, 1828; d. . s. William Carlisle, Jr., and . 

Entered 1842. Lawyer. 
SAMUEL COX, JR., A. M. D. D., 1865. 

b. Bustleton, Phila. co., Penna., Oct. 3, 1825. s. Samuel Cox and Helen 
Maria Lvman. Entered Fresh. Class, 1843, and at the close of Fresh, year 
was advanced to Junior Class. Mem. Zelo. Gr. Salutatorian. Was grad- 
uated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1849. P. E. clergyman, 
and rector Christ Ch., Manhasset, N. Y., 1849-57; and Ch. of Ascension, 
Phila., 1857-62 ; and St. Paul's, Cincinnati, O., 1862-65 ; and Grace, Orange, 
N. J., 1865-66; and Christ, Bordentown, N. J., i856-68 ; and St. James', 
Newtown, N. Y., 1868-87. Archdeacon, Queens co., N. Y., 1889, and Dean 

of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, N. Y., 1890 . m. ist, 

Catharine M., dau. Horace Bulkeley, N. Y. ; 2d, Sarah A., dau. James H. 
Leverick, N. Y. Address, Garden City, N. Y. 
fSAMUEL WYLIE CRAWFORD, JR., A. M. M. D., 1850. LL. D., 1867. 

b. FrankUn co., Penna., Nov. 8, 1827 ; d. Phila., Nov. 3, 1892. s. Rev. 
Samuel Wylie Crawford, D. D., Principal Acad. Dept., and Jane Agnew. 
Entered 1842. Moderator Philo. Surgeon. Soldier. Mem. Geog. Soc. 
Mexico, 1858. Fell. Roval Geog. Soc. Gr. Britain, 1879. Mem. Hist. 
Soc. Penna., and of N. Y.; Geog. Soc. N. Y. Vice-Pres. Alumni Soc, 
Coll. Dept., Univ. of Penna., for many years. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal 
Legion U. S. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 185 1, and served in Texas and Mexico 
until 1857. From 1857-60 was in service in Kansas, and in the latter year 
was assigned to Fort Moultrie, in Charieston Harbor. On the military 
occupation of Fort Sumter, at his urgent request, he was assigned to duty 
as an officer of the line, and took an active part during the bombard- 
ment of the fort in Apr., 1861. Maj. T3th U. S. Inf., 1861 ; Brvt. Col. 
U. S. A., 1863 ; Col. 2d U. S. Inf., Brig. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1862, serving with 
Gen. Rosecrans in W. Va. and the Shenandoah campaign, being present 
at the battles of Winchester and Cedar Mt. At Antietam he succeeded Gen. 
Mansfield in command of his division, and was severely wounded. Early 
in 1863 he was placed in command of the Penna. Reserves, and with them 
was engaged in the battle of Gettysburg. Subsequently he participated in 



1846] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. I49 

all the actions of the Army of the Potomac. Brvt. Maj.-Gen. U. S. Vols., 
1864; Brvt. Brig. -Gen. U. S. A., 1865; Brvt. Maj.-Gen. U. S. A., 1865. 
Brig.-Gen. U. S. A., 1873. He was mustered out of the volunteer serv'ice in 
1866, and then served with his regiment in the South. He was retired in 
1873. Pubhshed, " The Genesis of the Civil War," beside contributions to 
scientific journals, especially those pertaining to the investigations of the 
Mexican volcanoes. See Appleton, Allibone. 
JOSEPH HILL BRINTON DILLINGHAM, A. M. 

b. West Chester, Chester co., Penna., Nov. 17, 1826. s. William Henr>- 
Dillingham and Christiana Brinton. Entered 1841, and left at the close oi 
Soph, year because of ill health. Re-entered the Junior Class 1844. m. 
Alice, dau. William Ebbs, See Brinton Family. Address, West Chester, 
Penna. 

t HENRY ECKEL, A. M. 

b. Bridgeton, N. J., Jan. 18, 1823; d. Kiskatom, Greene co., N. Y.. 

1855. s. Samuel Eckel and . Entered Soph. Class 1843. Mem. Zelo. 

Was graduated at Theol. Sem. Dutch Ref. Ch., New Brunswick, N. J., 1849. 
Dutch Ref. clergyman. Had charges Phila., 1849; and Sharon, N. Y., 
1849-50; and Rosendale, N. Y., 1850-53; and Moresville, N. Y., 1853-54; 

and Kiskatom, N. Y., 1854-55. m. . See Rev. Dr. E. T. Corwm's 

Manual Ref. Ch. in Am. 

t JAMES ELY, A. M. , ^, , 

b. Phila., Mch. 27, 1828 ; d. Phila., Feb. 17, 1855. s. John Ely and 
Margaret Stoutenberg Lee. Entered 1842. Moderator Philo. Devoted to 
literary pursuits. 

WILLIAM WAYNE EVANS,"" A. M. 

b. Easttown twp., Chester co., Penna., Dec. 6, 1828. s. Iseachar Evans 
and Mary Wayne Atlee. Entered 1842. Farmer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 
1881-86. Mem. and Pres. Penna. Soc. Cincinnati. Pres. Penna. Soc. Sons 
of Revo. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. 
Capt. 97th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-63, when he resided and was 
honorably discharged, m. Hannah Jane, dau. Major Da%dd Zook, U. S. 
Vols. Address, Paoli, Chester co., Penna. 

JAMES SAWYER FARMER, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 9, 1827. s. James S. Farmer and Anna Cabrina Eliza- 
beth Lingeman. Entered 1842. Mem. Philo. Real estate agent and con- 
veyancer, m. . Address, 712 Walnut St., Phila. 

GEORGE HARDING, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 26, 1827. s. Jesper Harding and Maria Wilson. Entered 
Junior Class 1844. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Very eminent as counsel in 
patent law. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1854. m. Charlotte Ludlow Kenner. 
See Appleton. Address, 2036 Chestnut St., Phila. 

t FREDERICK KLETT, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 24, 1826; d. Phila., Oct. 11, 1869. s. Frederick Klett 
and Maria Reakirt. Entered 1842. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Univs. Heidel- 
berg and Zurich, 1846-50. Manufacturing Chemist. 

GOTTLOB FREDERICK KROTEL, A. M. D. D., 1865. (LL. D., Muhlenberg 
Coll., Penna., 1888.) 

b. Ilsfeld, Wiirtemberg, Germany, Feb. 4, 1826. s. Christopher Fred- 
erick Krotel and Louisa Dorothea Seitz. Entered 1842. Mem. Zelo. Luth. 
clergyman. Prof. Evan. Luth. Theol. Sem., Phila., 1864-68. Pastor 
Lebanon, Penna., 1849-53; and Lancaster, Penna., 1853-62; and Phila., 

1862-68 ; and Holy Trinity, N. Y. City, 1868 . Pres. N. Y. Synod. 

1870. Author "Explanation of Constitution of U. S." in Ger.; "Life of 
Melanchthon," a translation ; "Who are the Blessed? Meditations on the 

* By decree of the Ct. Com. PI., Chester co., Penna., in March, 1854, he changed his name to 
William Wayne. 



I50 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1846 

Beatitudes;" joint author with Rev. Dr. W. S. Mann "Explanation of 
Luther's Small Catechism," in Ger. and Eng.; and the editor oi Lutherische 
Herald for several years, and of The Lutheran for many years, m. Eliza- 
beth, dau. John McGann. See Appleton, Allibone. Address, 49 W. 
Twenty-first St., N. Y, City, 

ROBERT MORTON LEWIS, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 7, 1828. s. Lawrence Lewis and Anna Maria Stocker. 
Entered 1842. Mem. Philo. m. Anna Elisabeth, dau. Richard Shippen. 
See Keith. Address, 123 So. 22d St., Phila. 

WHLIAM PHILLIPS LEWIS, A. M. D. D., 1872. 

b. Phila., Sept. i, 182S. s. David Lewis and Camilla Phillips. Entered 
1842. Mem, Philo. P. E. clergyman. Address, 1346 Pine St., Phila. 

tJOHN PEROT, A.M. LL. B., 1852. 

b. Phila., June 4, 1828 ; d. Bethlehem, Penna., July 23, 1857. s. Joseph 
Perot and Sarah Wistar Morris. Entered Soph. Class 1843. Lawyer. 

CHARLES PLATT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 1829. s. William Piatt and Maria Taylor. Entered 
1842. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Pres. Ins. Co. North Am., Phila. m. 
Laura, dau. Anthony T. Newbold, Phila, Address, 237 So. Eighteenth St., 
Phila. 
t PETER GRUBB RAMBO, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 25, 1825 ; d. Phila., Mch. 13, 1890. s. John Rambo and 
Margaret Cramp. Entered Soph. Class 1843. Mem. Philo. Presb. clerg>'- 
man, and for some time acted as an evangelist, until throat trouble com- 
pelled him to cease preaching. He then entered the firm of Reaney, Neafie 
&Co., afterward Reaney, Son & Archbold Shipbldg. Co., Chester, Penna., of 
which he became Sec. and Treas., and held these positions until the absorp- 
tion of the company by John Roach. He organized the Chester City Presb. 
Ch. When he returned to Phila. he resumed his clerical duties, and became 
pastor Gethsemane Chapel, Phila., and asst. pastor Wharton St. Presb. Ch., 
1885-90, m. Sarah, dau. John Luflfberry. 

EDWARD SHIPPEN, A.M. M. D., 1857. 

b. " Farley," near Bristol, Bucks co., Penna., June 23, 1827. s. William 
Shippen, M. D. (Class 1810), and Mary Louisa Shore. Entered 1842. Mem. 
Philo. Physician. Surg., with the rank of Major, ist Penna. Regt. Light 
Artill. U. S. Vols., 1862. Med. Direc, with the rank of Col., Army of Ohio, 
Apr,, 1865. Served in the Army of the Potomac until after the battle of 
Gettysburg, and then with Gen. Schofield on the march to Atlanta. Partici- 
pated in the capture of Franklin, Nashville, Wilmington, N. C, and resigned 
from the Army at the close of the Civil War. m. Rebecca Lloyd, dau. James 
Macon Nicholson, Balto. See Keith. Address, 209 W. Monument St., 
Balto., Md. 

tJOHN HENRY SMALTZ, A. M. M. D., 1850. 

b. Phila., Apr. i, 1827; d. Phila., Sept. 22, 1888. s. Rev. John Henry 
Smaltzand Catharine Stuckert. Entered Soph. Class Jan., 1844. Mem. 
Zelo. Attended one course of lectures Jeflf. Med. Coll., 1847. Physician. 
Mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Phila. Co. Med. Soc; Med. Soc. State Penna; 
Northern Med. Soc. Phila. m. Caroline Smith, dau. Henry Naglee. bee 
Atkinson. 

tJACOB BEVERLEY STITELER, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1824; d. Orange Spgs., Manon co., Fla., Dec. 23, loSp- »• 
Jacob Stiteler and Bathsheba Cope. Entered Soph. Class 1843- Studied at 
Hamilton Coll., N. Y. Papt. clergyman, and pastor Jackson, Miss., 1850. 
State geologist. Miss. Afterward preached and taught in Texas, but failing 
health obliged him to seek rest, and while in Savannah, Ga., he accepted 
the pastorship First Bapt. Ch,, and remained there until his health again 
demanded a release from all work, when he moved to Florida in the vain 
hope of prolonging his hfe, m. Frances M., dau. Rev. Joshua Halbert, Ala. 



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t HENRY LAFAYETTE VAN METER. A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 21, 1824; d. Mottville, Onondaga co., N. Y., Aug. 18, 

1870. s. John Van Meter and . Entered 1842. Bapt. clergyman, and 

misny. in British Burmah, India. 

t HENRY WHARTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 2, 1827; d. Phila., Nov. 11, 1880. s. Thomas Isaac 
Wharton (Class 1807) and Arabella Griffith. Entered 1842. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer. Solicitor Phila. Saving Fund, Phila. Bank and other corporations. 
Vice-Provost Law Acad., Phila., 1862-65. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1880. 
Author "Treatise on the Law of Vicinage;" joint editor with Asa I. Fish 
American Law-Register, 1852-63. m. Katharine Johnstone, dau. Edward 
S. Brinley. See Whariott Family, Appleton, Allibone. 

WILLIAM ROTCH WISTER, A. M. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Dec. 7, 1827. s. William Wister and Sarah Logan 
Fisher. Entered Soph. Class 1843. Lawyer. Lieut-Col. 20th Penna. Cav. 
U. S. Vols., for the "then existing emergency," June, 1863-Jan., 1864. m. 
Mary C, dau. Frederic A. Eustis. See Keith, Rodman Family. Address, 
Wister St. and Clarkson Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

t THOMAS WOOD, A. M. 

b. Wooddale, New Castle co., Del., Dec. 12, 1827 ; d. Phila., May, 1880. 
s. Alan Wood and Ann H. Dewees. Entered 1842. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 
Iron mfr, m. Maria J., dau. J. F. B. Flagg, M. D., Phila. See Mrs. 
Juliana R. Wood's Family Sketches. 

Non-Graduates. 

t JOSEPH ENGLES AGNEW. 

b. Phila., Mch. 21, 1828; d. Easton, Penna., Aug. 20, 1844. s. William 

Agnew and . Entered 1842, and left at the close of Fresh, year. He 

entered Lafayette Coll., 1843, and died during his studentship from injuries 
caused by a fall. See Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 

AUGUSTUS CASPAR HILARIAN BOURNONVILLE "^ (M. D, Jeff. Med. Coll., 

1847). 
b. Norfolk, Va., Mch. 10, 1827. s. Anthony Bournonville, M. D., and 
Charlotte Abadie. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Physician. Phys. Jewish Foster Home ; and to French Benev. Soc. ; and to 
German Soc. Penna. Surg. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. iii- ist, Kate S. Moulder, 
Washington, D. C. ; 2d, Mrs. Amelia S. Wilson, dau. Adam Smith. Address, 
15 17 Girard Ave., Phila. 

EDWARD SWIFT BUCKLEY. 

b. Laurel Iron Wks., Chester co., Penna., Dec. 30, 1827. s. Matthew 
Brooke Buckley and Mary Swift. Entered 1S42, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Ironmaster, m. ist, Harriet J., dau. Hon. Thomas Smith, 
Darby, Del. co., Penna.; 2d, Katharine, dau. Col. John G. Watmough, 
Phila. ; 3d, Mary Wain Wister, dau. Hon. Richard Vaux, Phila. See Keith. 
Address, 1508 Spruce St., Phila. 

tJOHN LEMUEL CHAMBERS. 

b. , Mch. 19, 1826 ; d. . s. . Entered Jan., 1843, and left at 

the close of second term Fresh, year. 

+JOHN MASON DUNCAN CHAMBERS (A. B., Del. Coll., 1845. A. M., Del. 
Coll., 1848. M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1S48). 
b. Phila., Mch. 15, 1827 ; d. Winchester, Va., Nov. 22, 1857. s. Rev. 
John Chambers and Helen McHenry. Entered Apr. iS, 1843, and left during 
the Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Emma Pendleton, dau. Heury 
Pendleton Ward, Winchester, Va. 
* Now known as Augustus Bournonville. 



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tWALTER COLQUHOUN CLEEMANN. 

b. Petersburg, Va., Jan. 20, 1827 ; d. La Union, San Salvador, C. A., 
Feb. 12, 1S64. s. Gustavus B. C. Cleemann and Claramond Colquhoun. 
Entered 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Sec. and 
Treas. Panama R. R. Co. 

JOSEPH DAVISON. 

b. Plumstead, Bucks co., Penna., Nov. 24, 1827. s. James Davison and 
Mary McNeilly. Entered Soph. Class 1843, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Teacher. Principal Eng. Classical and Math. Instit., Phila., for many 
years. Farmer, m. Lavinia T., dau. Alexander Young, Phila. Address, 
3 15 1 Mantua St., Phila. 

f ALBERT AUGUSTUS DUNTON. 

b. Phila., Aug. S, 1826; d. Phila., Apr. 22, 1873. s. Jacob Dunton, Jr., 
and Caroline De La Mater. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Zelo. Merchant. Corp. Penna. Regt., U. S. Vols., 1862-63, when 
he was discharged for disability, having lost his right hand in the battle of 
Gettysburg, m. Jane, dau. Thomas Fay, Phila. 

t HENRY BUCHANAN EDWARDS. 

b. Chester, Penna., May 27, 1825; d. Chester, Penna., Apr. 13, 1892. 
s. Hon. Samuel Edwards and Mar>' Ann Engle. Entered Soph. Class, 1S43, 
and left during the Senior year. Mem. Philo. Went to California in 1848, 
where he assisted Gen. Beale in the survey of the overland routes. He sub- 
sequently became Indian Agt., Fort Smith, Ark. Lawyer. Capt. 9th Penna. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., three mos. service, 1861, and A. D. C. to Gen. H. C. Long- 
necker, U. S. Vols. 

t LOUIS ABRAHAM GREEN. 

b. , Mch. 14, 1824 ; d. . s. Abraham Green and . Entered 

Apr. 18, 1843, and left at the close of Soph. year. 

tWILLIAM PENN-GASKELL HALL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 26, 1827 ; d. Camden, N. J., May 3, 1862. s. William 
Swabric Hall, of London, Eng., and Christiana Gulielma Penn-Gaskell, of 
Del. CO., Penna. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Student in the Med. Dept., 1844-46. Devoted to literary and scien- 
tific study ; and spent most of his time in foreign travel. Mem. Hist. Soc. 
Penna. Author of a number of poems published in the Bizarre and in 
newspapers. 

•j-JOSEPH HAMMITT (A. B., Columbian Coll. [now Univ.], Washington, 
D. C, 1846. A. M., Columbian Coll., 1849). 

b. Monmouth, N.. J., Aug. 25, 1815 ; d. Kingston, N. Y., Apr. 3, 1880. 
s. John Hammitt and Elizabeth Hart. Entered Soph. Class 1843, and left 
during the Junior year. Bapt. clergyman, m. Deborah, dau. Israel Elliott 
James. 

i-THOMAS CHARLTON HENRY. 

b. Phila., Apr. 20, 1828 ; d. Gtn., Phila., Aug. 31, 1890. s. John Snow- 
den Henry and Elizabeth IngersoU Bayard. Entered Soph. Class 1843, and 
left at the close of Soph. year. Merchant. Pres. Phila. Warehouse Co., 
1871-80. Vice-Pres. Ins. Co. North Am., Phila., 1S80-90. Pres. Gtn. 
Saving Fund, 1860-90. Trustee Coll. N. J., 1881-90. m. ist, Mary Eliza- 
beth, dau. John P. Jackson, Newark, N. J.; 2d, Bacon, Gtn., Phila. 

t DAVID CALDWELL HEWSON. 

b. Phila., Oct. 10, 1826; d. Norristown, Penna., May 7, 1886. s. 
Thomas Tickell Hewson, M. D. (Class 1789), and Emily Banks. Entered 
1842, and left first term Fresh, year. Merchant, m. Henrietta, dau. John 
Hendricks Eustis. 



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JONATHAN FURMAN LEANING (A. M., Lewisburg [now Bucknell] Univ., 

gratisE causa, . M. D., JefiF. Med. Coll., 1846. D. D. S., Penna. Dental 

Coll., ). 

b. near Cape May C. H., N. J., Sept. 7, 1822. s. William Learning and 
Sarah Sophia Somers. Entered Junior Class 1844, and left at the close of 
first term. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Madison Univ., N. Y., two and a half 
years, and Brown Univ. two years. Physician and dentist. Mem. N. J. 
Assem., 1861-62. State Senator N. J., 1862-65, 1876-79. m. Josephine, 
dau. Aaron Bennett, N. J. Address, Cape May C. H., N. J. 
t FRANCIS S. LEWIS. 

b. Phila., May 15, 1827; d. . s. . Entered 1842, and left at 

the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
t WILLIAM WEST LEWIS. 

b. Phila., May 2, 1829; d. Phila., July, 1850. s. Mordecai D. Lewis 
and Sarah Frances West. Entered Apr. 18, 1843, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Merchant. 
LEONARD MYERS. 

b. near Attleborough, Bucks co., Penna., Nov. 13, 1827. s. A. Myers 
and Fleurette Gottschalk. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Lawyer. M. C, 1863-75. Major 9th Penna. militia during the emergency 
caused by the threatened invasion of Penna., Sept., 1862. Published "The 
Village Doctor" and "Money Bags and Titles," translations from the 
French ; also magazine articles, m. Hettie de Benneville, dau. John May 
Keim, Reading, Penna. Address, the " Gladstone," Phila. 

-i- WILLIAM PLATT, JR. 

b. Phila., Sept., 1827; d. Phila., Nov., 1862. s. William Piatt and 
Maria Taylor. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Merchant. Mem. U. S. Sanitary Comn., 1861. 

t SAMUEL JACKSON RANDALL. 

b. Phila., Oct. 10, 1828 ; d. Washington, D. C, Apr. 13, 1890. s. Josiah 
Randall and Ann Worrell. Entered Soph. Class 1843, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Statesman. Mem. City Coun. Phila. for seven terms. 
State Senator Penna, 1858-59. M. C. , 1863-90. He was distinguished during 
his Congressional career by his success in curtailing expenditure by enforcing 
a system of proportional reduction in the appropriations. He became the 
leader of his party during the important debate on the " Force Act " (1871), 
when his strength as a parliamentarian was demonstrated, which in turn had 
much to do with his subsequent election as Speaker of the House. Speaker U. 
S. House of Reps., 1876-81. During the eventful period of the Tilden-Hayes 
election and the Electoral Commission, he as Speaker, and next to the 
President in succession, did more to avert civil war at that time than any 
other individual. Orderly Sergt. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. in three mos. 
service, 1861. m. Fanny, dau. Gen. Aaron Ward, Sing Sing, N. Y. See 
Appleton. 

fTHOMAS GOLDEY RUTHERFORD. 

b. Phila., Feb. 25, 1818 ; d. Phila., Nov. 29, 1866. s. John Rutherford 
and Christiana Goldey. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Teacher. Supdt. Phila. House of Refuge, 1851-54, and of Pittsburgh, 
Penna., House of Refuge, 1854-59. m. ist, Emily, dau. David Cormick ; 
2d, Emily C, dau. Robert Fisher Hill. 

+ ROBERT KNOX SCOTT. 

b. , May 23, 1827 ; d. . s. Hugh Scott and . Entered 

Junior Class 1844, and left at the close of first term Junior year. 

SAMUEL LIEBERKUHN SHOBER, JR. 

b. Phila., Mch. 13, 1828. s. Samuel Lieberkuhn Shober and Mary 
Anne Bedford. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Merchant, m. Ann Bond, dau. William Greene Cochran, Phila. 
Address, 131 1 Spruce St., Phila. 



154 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1846 

JAMES CHARLES SIWITH. 

b. Phila., Jan. 6, 1827. s. Jacob Ridgway Smith and . Entered 

Apr. 18, 1843, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Merchant, 
m. Drexel. Address, 2104 Walnut St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM JACKSON SUDLER ( M. D., JeflF. Med. Coll., 1847). 

b. Sudlersville, Md., July 13, 1825; d. Sudlersville, Md., Oct. 9, 1886. 
s. Arthur Sudler and Mary Jackson. Entered Soph. Class 1843, ^i^d left at 
the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Physician. Farmer. Pres. Bd. 
Med. Exam, of the County, 1868. Sch. Comr. m. Mary J., dau. Philemon 
Spencer. 

t GEORGE DECATUR TWIGGS. 

b. Phila., Apr. 19, 1828; d. at the battle of National Bridge, Mexico, 
Aug. 12, 1847, being shot through the head in his efforts to capture a 
Mexican battery, s. Major Levi Twiggs, U. S. M. C, and Priscilla De- 
catur McKnight, a niece of Como. Stephen Decatur, U. S. N. Entered Soph. 
Class 1843, and left during Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Theol. 
Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va. Was studying law in Phila. just previous 
to his departure to Mexico in 1847 to join his uncle. Gen. David E. Twiggs, 
U. S. A., as his A. D. C, but was killed before doing so. His father was 
killed at the storming of Chapultepec one month later, Sept. 8, 1847. 

ALEXANDER GRISWOLD TYNG (A. B., Columbia Coll., 1846). 

b. Prince George's co., Md., July 28, 1827. s. Rev. Stephen Higginson 
Tyng, D. D., and Ann D'Wolf Griswold. Entered Apr. 18, 1843, and left at 
the close of Junior year. Studied at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, 
Va., one year, but his health having failed, he was obliged to abandon the 
ministry, and has been a mcht. at Peoria, 111., since 1849. ^- Lucie C, 
dau. Peter Rutgers Kissam Brotherson. Address, Peoria, 111. 

JUSTUS THOMAS UMSTED (D. D., New Windsor Coll., Md., 1S84). 

b. Chester co., Penna., Jan. 22, 1820. s. John Umsted and Catharine 
Hamer. Entered Apr. 18, 1843, and left at the close of Junior year. Pres. 
Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1848. Presb. clergy- 
man. " Stated supply " So. Bend, Ind., 1848-49. Ordained Presby. Iowa, Oct. 
15, 1850. Pastor Muscatine, Iowa, 1850-53 ; and Keokuk, 1855-58 ; and 
Fagg's Manor, Penna., 1860-72; and St. George's, Del., 1872-76; and 

Smyrna, 1877 ; and White Haven., Penna., . Author of printed 

discourses on religious and national subjects, m. Isabella McMinn, dau. 
John Wilson, Phila. See Gen. Cat Princeton Theol. Sem. Address, White 
Haven, Penna. 

CHARLES JOHN FREDERIC VEZIN. 

b. Phila., Sept. 7, 1827. s. Charles Vezin and Emilie Kalisky. Entered 
1842, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Importer of dry goods. Consul, 
German Empire, Phila., 1867-71. m. Caroline, dau. Charles Kalisky. 

FRANCIS RAWLE WHARTON, JR. 

b. Phila., Apr., 1828. s. Francis Rawle Wharton and Juliana Matilda 
Gouverneur. Entered 1842, and left at the close of Soph. year. See 
Wharton Family. 

1847. 

t ENOCH CARROLL BREWSTER. A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 27, 1S28 ; d. Phila., 1863. s. Francis E. Brewster and 
Maria Hampton. Entered 1843. Moderator Philo. Entered Lafayette 
Coll. as a law student 1847. Lawyer. 2d Lieut. 91st Penna. Regt., U. S. 
Vols., 1861-62. See Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 



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t ROBERT GRAHAM CLARKE, A. M. 

b. , Apr. 25, 1S29 ; d. . s. William M. Clarke and . Entered 

Soph. Class, 1844. 

t FRANCIS COLLINS CLEMENTS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 13, 1824 ; d. Trenton, N. J,, Dec. 16, 1852. s. Richard 
Clements and Margaret Cummins. Entered 1843. Mem. Pliilo. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1849. P. E. clergy- 
man, and asst. min. St. Anne's, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; and rector St. Paul's, 
Trenton, N. J. m. Charlotte, dau. James Bartow. 

t SAMUEL CLEMENTS, A. M. (D. D., Kenyon Coll., 1880.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 20, 1825 ; d. Cheltenham, Montg. co., Penna., Dec. 9, 
1888. s. Richard Clements and Margaret Cummins. Entered Soph. Class, 
1844. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1850. P. 
E. clergyman, and rector Trinity Ch., Washington, Penna.; and St. Michael's, 
Trenton, N. J.; Chaplain of Kenyon Coll.; rector Calvary Ch., Cincinnati, 
O.; and Principal Cheltenham Acad., near Shoemakertown, Montg. co., 
Penna., 1871-88. During the Civil War was for a short time Chaplain on 
the staff of Gov. Andrews, of Ohio. m. Emma L,., dau. William L,. Newbold, 
Phila. 

CHARLES MASSEY CRESSON, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1849.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 3, 1828. s. John Chapman Cresson (hony. grad., 1844), 
and Letitia L,. Massey. Entered Soph. Class 1844. Aualyt. chemist and 
expert. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1857. A large contributor to scientific lit- 
erature, m. 1st, Caroline Gay ; 2d, Sarah Loder Vinton, Address, 1311 
Green St., Phila. 

f FRANCIS GEORGE CUMMINGS, A. M. 

b. , Jan. 8, 1827 ; d. . s. David Cummings and . Entered 

Junior Class 1845. Mem. Zelo. Delivered the English oration. Clergyman. 

t CHARLES HARMAR, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1827 ; d. Phila., Feb. 15, 1869. s. William Harmar 
(Class 182 1 ) and Mary Emma Buckley. Entered 1842. Mem. Philo. m. 
Josephine, dau. William Neilson. 

CHARLES HARTSHORNE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 2, 1829. s. Joseph Hartshorne, M. D., and Anna Bon- 
sall. Entered Junior Class 1845. Moderator Philo. Studied at Haverford 
Coll., 1843-45. Vice-Pres. Lehigh Valley R. R. Co. and of other R. R. Cos. 
Trustee Lehigh Univ.; and of Haverford Coll.; and of Bryn Mawr Coll. m. 
Caroline C, dau. Edward Yamall, Phila. Address, Merion Sta., Del. co., 
Penna. 

tADDINELL HEWSON, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1850.) 

b. Phila., Nov. 22, 1828 ; d. Phila., Sept. 11, 1889. s. Thomas Tickell 
Hewson, M. D. (Class 1789), and Emily Banks. Entered 1843. Surgeon. 
Resdt. Penna. Hosp., 1851-52. Surg. Penna. Hosp., 1861-77, and to Hosp. 
P. E. Ch.; and to Wills Hosp. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1853. Mem. Acad. 
Nat. Sci., Phila., 1853 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1855 ; Med. Soc. State Penna. ; 
Phila. Co. Med. Soc; Pathol. Soc, Phila. Author, " The Use of Earth in Sur- 
gery." Edited Wilde's "Aural Surgery " and Mackenzie's " Diseases of the 
Eye ;" beside nvunerous papers in medical journals, m. Rachel Macomb, 
dau. William Wetherill, Phila. See Appleton, Atkinson, Allibone, Rusch- 
enberger. 

fWILLIAM ARTHUR JACKSON, A. M. 

b. Northumberland, Penna., July 16, 1828; d. Phila., Jan. 10, 1857. s. 
Samuel Jackson, M. D., of Northumberland, and Elizabeth Barker. Entered 
1843. Mem. Zelo. Gr. Salutatorian. Master P. e;. Acad., Phila. Lawyer. 
Pres. Law Acad. Phila., 1851-52. m. Annie, dau. VvT^illiam Dalton, Boston, 
Mass. 



156 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1847 

fWILLIAM WHITE MONTGOMERY, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 21, 1828 ; d. Mamaroneck, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1889. s. Rev. 
James Montgomery, D. D., and Mary Harrison White. Entered 1843. 
Moderator Philo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. 
City, 1852. P. E. clergyman, and rector Mamaroneck, N. Y. m. Gaynor 
S., dau. Peter Lazarus, Sunbury, Penna. See Montgomery s Col. thos. 
White and his Descdts. 

BARNET PHILLIPS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 9, 1828. s. Isaac Phillips, of London, Eng., and Sarah 
Moss. Entered Junior Class 1845. One of the earlier American cricketers, 
and was captain and bowler of an eleven composed largely of Univ. students 
that scored a victory in 1845 against an eleven made up of Englishmen and 
English lads who worked in the Gtn. yam mills. Studied at Univ. Giessen, 
1850-51. Chemist. Merchant. Journalist for the last twenty odd years. 
Sec. Am. Fish-cultural Assn., 1878-86; honorary agt. U. S. National Museum, 

1882 . Beside numerous articles on fish-culture and archaeology, he has 

published "The Struggle," and "Burning their Ships." m. Josephine, 
dau. Morcedcie Myers, Savannah, Ga. See Appleton. Address, 39 Troy 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

JAMES MARTIN PRICE, A. M. 

b. E. Bradford twp., Chester co., Penna., Sept. 12, 1^25. s. Isaac Price 
and Susanna Martin Payne. Entered Junior Class 1845. Mem. Zelo. 
Valedictorian. Teacher Bolmar's Sch., West Chester, Penna., one year; 
and at West Town, Penna., Boarding Sch., five and a half years; and at 
Friends' Select Sch., Phila., three years. Nurseryman and florist for several 
years. Ins. solicitor for Provident Life and Trust Co., Phila. Connected 
with the Price Railway Appliance Co., Phila. Inventor of the " clamp joint ;" 
and of a " new steel rail and metallic stringer;" and of the "combined cross- 
tie and stringer;" and of the "double girder joint." m. Sarah, dau. David 
Lightfoot, Uwchlan twp., Chester co., Penna. Address, 1719 N. Eighteenth 
St., Phila. 

fAUGUSTUS HENRY RICHARDS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 14, 1829; d. Atlantic co., N. J., Mch. 25, 1880. s. 
Benjamin Wood Richards and Sarah Ann Lippincott. Entered 1843. 
Served on U. S. Geod. and Coast Surv. until 1850. Then crossed the con- 
tinent to Cal. and remained there until 1852, engaged in surveying and 
engineering. Returned to Phila., and was employed as an engineer in sur- 
veying and building Lebanon Valley R. R. until its completion in 1858 ; and 
from that date until his death gave his attention to farming in Atlantic co., 
N. J. Mem. Bd. Freeholders Atlantic co., N. J., 1876-77. Lieut. 2d Del. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-62, when he resigned on account of sickness. Pub- 
lished " The Cultivation of Cranberries." m. Jane Hicks, dau. James Wood, 
Haddonfield, N. J. 

THOMAS RALSTON SMITH, A. M. (D. D., Williams Coll., 1868.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 13, 1830. s. James Passmore Smith and Mary Adams. 
Entered 1843. Mem. Zelo. Presb. clergyman, and pa.stor First Ch., Del. 
City, Del., 1851-53 ; and Houston St. Ch., N. Y. City, 1853-56 ; and Seventh 
Ch., N. Y. City, 1856-66; and First Ch., Yonkers, N. Y., 1871-79; and 

Westminster Ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1879 • Corres. Sec. Am. Bible Soc, 

N. Y. City, 1866-71. Moderator Synod of Western N. Y., 1881. Trustee 

Hamilton Coll., N. Y., 1886 . Comr. Auburn Theol. Sem., 1883 . 

Pres. Philhaniionic Soc, Buffalo, 1886 . Moderator Synod of N. Y., 

1888. Joint author of "A Hand Book of the Presbyterian Church," and 
author of occasional discourses, m. Harriet, dau. Rev. Joel Parker, S. T. D. 
Address, 79 Oakland Place, Buffalo, N. Y. 

THOMAS STEWARDSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 6, 1829. s. George Stewardson and Rachel Smith. 
Entered Junior Class 1845. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci., 
Phila.; Franklin Instit., Phila.; Hist. vSoc. Penna. m. Margaret, dau. Reu- 
ben Haines. See Keith. Address, Chestnut Hill, Phila. 



1847] COIXEGK DEPARTMENT. 1 57 

JOHN THOMAS, A. M. 

b. Bangor, Carnarvonshire, North Wales, June 21, 1S21. s. Thomas 
Jones Thomas and Alice Jones Davies. Entered Soph. Class 1844. Mem. 
Zelo. Studied at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1847-49. Presb. clergyman, 
and pastor Phcenixville, Penna., 1849-54; and Washingtonville and Deny, 
Montour co., Penna., 1854-63; and Bloomsburg, Penna., and Frostburg, 
Md., 1874-76 ; and Bloomsburg, Penna., 1877 ; and Coolidge; Kansas. 
Private 41st Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1863, at the time of Lee's invasion of 
Penna. Afterward became Chaplain 84th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., and 
subsequently of iioth Penna. Regt. until the close of the War. m. ist, 
Mary Ann, dau. Joseph McFarland, Chester co., Penna.; 2d, Emeline, dau. 
John Richards, Bloomsburg, Penna.; 3d, Lydia Catherine, dau. Samuel 
Brugler. Address, Coolidge, Hamilton co., Kansas. 

HERMANN VEZIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 2, 1829. s. Charles Vezin and Emilie Kalisky. En- 
tered 1843. Mem. Zelo. Actor, beginning Easter Monday, 1850 at York, 
Eng., and appearing in London, Easter Monday, 1852. Has adapted one or 
two plays, m. Elizabeth, dau. George Thomson. See Appleton. Address, 
10 Lancaster Place, W. C, London, Eng. 

Non-Graduates. 

HORACE ALEXANDER BEALE. 

b. Phila., Jan. 25, 1827. s. Joseph Beale and Margaret McDowell. 
Entered 1843, and left at the closeof Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Ironmaster. 
Capt. of an independent Penna. Co. U. S. Vols., July, 1863, to Sept. 1863. 
m. 1st, Caroline, dau. James S. Dougal, M. D., Milton, Penna.; 2d, Ellen 
Mary, dau. Rev. Edwin Mendenhall, Wayne co., Penna. Q&e^ Futhey and 
Cope. Address, Parkesburg, Chester co., Penna. 

CHARLES HENRY CHANDLER. 

b. , July 24, 1826. s. Rev. George Chandler . Entered 1843, 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. 

t BENJAMIN JOHNSON CREW. 

b. Richmond, Va., Dec. 8, 1828 ; d. Atco, N. J., Nov. 5, 1885. s. James 
Crew and Elizabeth Maule. Entered Junior Class, 1845, and left at the close 
of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Manufacturing chemist. Sec. Soc. for the 
Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Phila. Author " Petroleum." m. Anna 
B., dau. Thomas Richards. 

t BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DUANE. 

b. Phila., Mch. 17, 1827; d. Phila., June 18, 1S93. s. Hon. William 
John Duane and Deborah Bache. Entered 1843, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Clerk, m. 1st, Matilda Campbell, dau. John Denniston, 
Pittsburgh, Penna. ; 2d, Jennie Craig, dau. John Dady, Phila. 

t BENJAMIN WEST FRAZIER. 

b. Phila., Jan. 14, 1828 ; d. , La. circa 1866. s. William WestFrazier 

and Louisa Breedin. Entered Soph. Class, 1844, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Merchant ; subsequently planter in La. m. E. C, dau. Nathan 
Loughborough, M. D., Va., afterward planter in La. 

CHARLES VICTOR GOTTSCHALK. 

b. New Orleans, La., July i, 1827. s. Joseph Victor Gottschalk and 
Mary Ann Wagner. Entered 1843, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Lawyer. Dep. sheriff, assessor, county clerk, and district attorney, Calaveras 

CO., Cal. Judge Superior Ct., Calaveras CO., Cal., 1880 . m. Charlotte, 

dau. Don Carlos Noriega. Address, San Andreas, Calaveras co., Cal. 

t ROBERT LUCAS HALL. 

b. , Aug. 29, 1826 ; d. . s. Rev. Richard D. Hall and . 

Entered Soph. Class, 1844, and left during the Senior year. Studied at St. 
Paul's Coll., N. Y. 



158 UNIVERSITY OP PENNSYLVANIA. [1847 

tTHOMAS HEMPSTEAD (A. B., Del. Coll., 1848). 

b. Windsor, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1822; d. Fairbur>', 111., 1886. s. David 
Hempstead and Eunice Murray. Entered 1843, ^^'^ left at the close of Soph, 
year. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1853. Presb. clergy- 
man. "Stated supply " Dutch Ref Ch., Leeds, N. Y., 1853 ; Minden, La., 
1854-55 ; New Preston, Conn., 1857. Ordained evangelist, Raritan Presby., 
1858 ; "stated supply" Deposit, N. Y, 1858 ; Bensalem, Va., 1860-61 ; Can- 
nonsville, N. Y., 1861-63 ; Fairbury, 111., 1863-67. Freedmen's misny., 
Warrenton, N. C, 1868; Windsor, N. Y., 1869-70; Cannons\'ille, N. Y., 
1870-73; Fairbury, 111., 1877-79. Published "Poems of Two Worlds;" 
' ' Columbia Verna. ' ' m. Sabra M. , dau. Charles Knox, Windsor, N. Y. 
See Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem., Allibone. 

RICHARD SEXTON JAMES (^. B., Columbian Coll. [now Univ.], Washington, 
D. C, 1847. A. M., Brown Univ. , gratiae causa, 1850. LIv. D., Judson Univ., 
Ark., 1880. D. D., Judson Univ., 1885). 

b. Phila., June 18, 1824. s. Israel Elliott James and Elizabeth vSexton. 
Entered Soph. Class, 1844, and left at the close of Soph. year. Studied at 
Brown Univ. P. E. clergyman. Prof. Hillsdale Coll., Hillsdale, Mich., 
1874-77. Pres. Buckner Coll., Witcherville. Ark., 1885-88. Chaplain 58th 
Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1864-65. m. Mary Holden, dau. John Warner 
Dexter. Address, Eureka Springs, Ark. 

-{•ROBERT FORSYTH LAPSLEY. 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1828; d. Venice, Italy, May 18, 1854. s. Joseph 
Brown Lapsley and Sarah Carson. Entered 1843, ^^^ ^^ft at the close of 
Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Merchant. 

JOHN RICHARD LUDLOW. 

b. , July 25, 1827. s. . Entered 1843, and left during Fresh. 

year. 

tJOHN McMillan. 

b. Xenia, O., Dec. 30, 1826; d. . s. Daniel McMillan and . 

Entered Soph. Class 1844, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

ALFRED MARTIEN (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1847- A. M., Coll. N. J. 1850). 

b. Phila., May 5, 1828. s. William S. Martien and . Entered Soph. 

Class 1844, and left during the Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Merchant, m. 
. Address, 5240 Morton St., Gtn., Phila. 

f MacGREGOR JOSEPH MITCHESON, LU. B., 1852. 

b. Phila., Nov. 6, 1828 ; d. Phila., June 29, 1886. s. Robert Mitcheson 
and Frances Mary MacGregor. Entered 1843, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Clerk. Lawyer. Took an active interest in the U. S. Sanitary Comu. 
during the Civil War. m. Ellen Brander, dau. William Gibson Alexander. 

tJAMES ST. CLAIR MORTON. 

b. Phila., Sept. 24, 1829; d. while leading the assault on Petersburg, 
Va., June 17, 1864. s. Samuel George Morton, M. D., and Rebecca Grellet 
Pearsall. Entered 1843, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. 
Was graduated second in his class at U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1851. 
Soldier. Asst. Prof. Engr. West Point Acad., 1855-57. Engr. Potomac 
water- works. Engr. in charge 6th Light House Dist., and constructed 
Fire Island and other lighthouses. Commanded the survey expedition 
of the Lsthmus of Chiriqui, Mex., 1858. Capt. Engrs. U. S. A., 1861. 
Chf. Engr. Anny of the Ohio, under Gen. Buell, May, 1862. Chf. Engr. 
Army of the Cumberland, Oct., 1862. Brig.-(Teti. U. S. Vols., Nov., 1862, 
and was wounded at the battle of Stone River. Major Engrs. U. S. A., 
1863. Chf. Engr. Gen. Ledley's Div. Army of the Potomac. Lieut.-Col. 
and Col. Engrs. U. S. A. Published "Memoir on Fortifications;" "Dan- 
gers and Defences, N. Y. City;" "Memoir on American Fortifications;" 
" Memoir of Major John Sanders, U. S. Engrs." See Appleton, Culliim's 
Biog. Register. 



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JOHN GRUBB PARKE. 

b. Chester co., Penna., Sept. 22, 1827. s. Francis Parke and Sarah 
Gardner. Entered 1843, and left at the close of Soph. year. Was gradu- 
ated at U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1849. Soldier. Mem. Mil. Order 
Loyal Legion U. S. Engaged in surveys of the boundary line between Iowa 
and Minn., and subsequently of the Little Colorado River, and for a Pacific 
railroad on the thirty-second parallel, 1849-50. ist Lieut. Topog. Engrs. 
U. S. A., 1856 ; Capt., 1861 ; Brig.-Gen. U. S. Vols., Nov., 1861. Accompa- 
nied Gen. Bumside's expedition to N. C, 1862, and received Brvt. Lieut.- 
Col. U. S. A. for services in the capture of Fort Macon. Major-Gen. U. S. 
Vols., July, 1862. When Gen. Burnside took command of the Army of the 
Potomac, Gen. Parke was his chief of staff, and was present at the battle of 
Fredericksburg. He participated in the movement of the 9th Corps into 
Ky., and commanded it on the march to Vicksburg. He commanded 
the left wing of Gen. Sherman's army at Jackson, Miss., and received 
Brvt. Col. U. S. A. for his services there. He was engaged at Blue 
Spring in the defence of Knoxville, for which he was brevetted Brig.- 
Gen. U. S. A. In the Richmond campaign of the Army of the Potomac 
he was engaged at the battle of the Wilderness and the combats around 
Spottsylvania, and subsequently had command of the 9th Corps before 
Petersburg. He was brevetted Major-Gen. U. S. A. , for repelling the enemy's 
assault on Fort Steadman, and took part in the pursuit of Lee's army 
until it surrendered. He had been commissioned Major Engrs., June, 
1864. From 1866-87 he had charge of surveys in the Northwest, and of 
repairs and construction of fortifications in Md., and on duty in the office 
of Chf. Engr. at Washington, D. C. Lieut.-Col. Engrs., 1879; Col., 1884. 
Commandant U.S. Mil. Acad., 1887. Author of reports, "Explorations 
and Surveys for a Railroad Route from the Mississippi River to the Pacific 
Ocean;" "Laws relating to the Construction of Bridges over Na\'igable 
Waters," etc. m. Ellen, dau. George Blight, Phila. See Appleton, 
Ctdium's Biog. Register, Allibone. Address, War Dept., Washington, 
D. C. 

WILLIAM ASHTON REED (A. B., Madison Univ., N. Y., 1849. A. M., Lewis- 
burg [now Bucknell] Univ., gratise causa, 1852. M. D., Homoeopath. Med. 
Coll., Phila., 1852). 

b. Phila., June 25, 1827. s. Jacob Reed and Martha Lackey. Entered 
Junior Class 1844, and left last term of Senior year. Studied at Brown 
Univ., 1842-43, and was awarded the Latin prize, 1843. Physician, m. ist, 
Mary Dorset, dau. Rev. Thomas B. Brown ; 2d, Anna Elizabeth Cox. Ad- 
dress, 1522 Arch St., Phila. 

t ROBERT RICHARDSON. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. John Richardson and . Entered 1843. 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

HENRY SAMUEL. 

b. Phila., Aug. 27, 1828. s. David Samuel and Hetty Moss. Entered 
1843, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. Address, 447 
Marshall St. , Phila. 

JOHN SAMUEL (A. M., Wesleyan Univ., Conn., 1882). 

b. Phila., Oct. 21, 1829. s. David Samuel and Hetty Moss. Entered 
1843, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. He left Wesleyan 
Univ. a few days before Commencement 1848, after having completed the 
entire course, on account of dissatisfaction in regard to the award of honors. 
Lawyer. Direc. Pub. Sch. 7th Ward, Phila., 1857-63. Represented the 7th 
Ward in the Bd. Controllers Pub. Sch. Asst. editor The Age, Phila., 
1861-63. Contributor to Household Words and Knickerbocker Mag. m 
Rebecca, dau. Hayman Lew, Camden, S. C. See Alumni Record of 
Wesleyan Univ. Address, 216 So. Third St., Phila. 



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fWILLtAM SERGEANT (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1847. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1850). 

b. rhila., Aug. 29, 1829 ; d. Apr. 11, 1S65, on board a U. S. Hosp. boat 
gointr from City Point, Va., to Washington, D. C, of a wound received in 
the battle at White Oak Road, near Petersburg, Va., Mch. 31, 1865. s. Hon. 
John Sergeant and Margaretta Watmough. Entered Soph. Class 1844, and 
left at the close of Soph. year. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1853. Capt. 
I2th U. S. Inf., 1861-64. Col. 2iQth Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1864-65. 
He served with the Army of the Potomac throughout all its actions, m. 
Eliza, dau. James S. Espy, Harrisburg, Penna. 

tJOHN TORREY STEVENSON. 

b. , Apr. 23, 1823 ; d. . s. John Stevenson and . Entered 

1843, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

tJOHN STEWART, JR. 

b. Phila., July 31, 1828; d. Phila., 1870. s. John Stewart and 

Palmer. Entered 1843, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. 

t HENRY PRICE TOLAND (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1847. M. D., elsewhere). 

b Phila June 19, 1829 ; d. Phila., 1858. s. Robert Toland and Rebecca 
Price. Entered 1843, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
Physician. 
tTHOMAS ROBERTS TUNIS, JR. 

b Phila June 14, 1828 ; d. Phila., Jan. 29, 1867. s. Thomas Roberts 
Tunis and Anna Eliza Guest. Entered Soph. Class 1844, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Merchant, m. Annie C, dau. Joseph Price, 
Phila. 
CHARLES WILLIAM TURNLEY, JR. 

b London, Eng., Apr. 19, 1827. s. Charles William Tumley and Eliza- 
beth Rebecca Crowder, both of Eng. Entered 1843, and left during the 
first term Fresh, year. Principal Commercial Instit., Camden, N. J., for 
twenty years ; subsequently a florist, m. Ann, dau. Hon. Joseph C. Collings, 
CoUingswood, N. J. Address, Haddonfield, N. J. 
JOHN MACOMB WETKERILL. 

b Phila., Feb. 11, 1828. s. William Wetherill and Isabella Macomb. 
Entered 1843', and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Mngr. of 
coal lands and mines. Mem. Const. Conv. Penna., 1873- Mem. Mil. Order 
Loval Legion U. S. Capt. and A. D. C. Wynkoop's Bngade, Penna. 
Vols., Apr. to Aug., 1861. Major 82d Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols 1862. 
Lieut. -Col, 1863. Retired from service Sept., 1864. Address, Pottsville, 
Penna. 
t ROBERTSON WHARTON. 

b Phila Sept. 29, 1829 ; d. Phila., Mch. 31, 1863. s. Francis Rawle 
Wharton and Juliana Matilda Gouvemeur. Entered 1843, and left at tlie 
close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. See Wharton Family. 



+JOHN PAYNE ASHMEAD. 

b Phila. Dec. 21, 1827 ; d. Phila., Feb. 8, 1850. s. Samuel Ashmead 
and Susan Colladay. Entered 1844. Was a student in the Med. Dept. at 
the time of his death. 
RICHARD STOCKTON BROCK, A.M. 

b Phila Dec. 15, 1830. s. John Brock and Catherine Egert. Entered 
Soph.' Class 1845. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Banker. Address, 2032 Spruce 
St.. Phila. 



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fBENjAMIN FANEUIL CRAIG, A.M. M. D., 1851. 

b, Phila., Jan. 28, 1829 ; d. Washington, D. C, Apr. 10, 1877. s. Gen. 

Henry K. Craig, U. S. A., and . Entered Jan. 2, 1845. Mem. Zelo. 

Chemist and physicist. In charge of the Chem. Laboratory, office of the 
Surg. -Gen. U. S. A., Washington, D. C. One of the original members of 
the Phil. Soc, Washington, D. C. Published a work on the Metric System, 
and papers on "Thermometers;" "The Fluctuations of the Temperature 
of the Human Body ; " "Apparatus for the Generation of Ozone ; " "The 
Water Supply of Cities;" "A Method of Verifying with Exactness the 
Fluctuations of a Thermometer." 
GEORGE MONRO DARRACH, A. M. (M. D., Penna, Med. Coll., 1850.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 20, 1826. s. William Darrach, M. D., Prof. Penna. Med. 
Coll., and Margaretta Monro. Entered 1844. Physician, m. Maria 
L/Ouisa, dau. John W. Hamilton. Address, Cumberland, Marion co., Ind. 
fELEUTHERE IRENEE du PONT, A. M. 

b. near Wilmington, Del., Aug. 3, 1829; d. near Wilmington, Del., 
Sept. 17, 1877. s. Alfred Victor du Pont and Margaretta Elizabeth La Motte, 
Entered 1844. Mem. Zelo. Manufacturer, m. Charlotte Shepard, dau. 
Col. Archibald Henderson, U. S. M. C. 
fWILLIAM JAMES FLEMING, A. M. M. D., 1851. 

b. Phila., Mch. 19, 1828; d. Phila., Mch. i, 1889. s. Joseph Fleming 
and Letitia Pyke. Entered 1844. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Mem. Phila. 

Co. Med. Soc. Surg. io2d Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. m. . 

See Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc. Phila. 
EDWARD GOODFELLOW, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 23, 1828. s, James Goodfellow and Mary Redman. 
Entered Jan. 2, 1845. Pres. Zelo. Awarded second prize for Gr. prose 
composition. Gr. Salutatorian. Appointed to U. S. Coast Survey, Aug., 
1848, and has been an asst. in that service since i860. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 
1871 ; Phil. Soc. Washington, D. C. Fell. Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. Capt. 
45th Regt. U. S. Vols., 1864. Since 1882 editor of the Annual Reports 
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, the Appendixes thereto, and the Bulletins 
of the Survey, m. Julia C, dau. Thomas T. Smiley, M. D., Phila. See 
Appleton. Address, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Office, Washington, 
D. C. 
tJOHN HARVEY, JR., A. M. M. D., 1851. 

b. New Berne, N. C, Mch. 28, 1827; d. near Snow Hill, Greene co., 
N. C, Jan. 14, 1889. s. John Harvey and Anne Hyman. Entered Soph. 
Class 1845. Mem. Philo. Studied at St. Paul's Coll., N. Y. Physician, 
m. Mrs. Alice Adelaide Edwards, dau. Robert Saunders. 

tJOHN HUGHES, A. M. 

b. New Berne, N. C, Mch. 30, 1830; d. Beaufort, N. C, Sept. 9, 1889. s. 
Isaac Wayne Hughes, M.D. , and Ann McLinn. Entered Jan. , 1845. Modera- 
tor Philo. Lawyer. Was Democratic canditate for Congress, Schuylkill Dist. , 
Penna., i860. Went to N. C. in July, 1861. State Senator N. C, 1867. 
Democratic candidate for Lt.-Gov. N. C. in 1872. Pres. Nat. Bank, New 
Berne, N. C, 1867-89. Receiver Va. and N. C. R. R., 1877, and its Pre.i. 
subsequentlv for two years. Capt. 7th N. C. Regt. Conf. Army, 1862. 
Major and A. D. C. to Maj.-Gen. R. F. Hoke, Conf. Army, 1S63-65. Was 
in Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson's Corps until his death; after that in Gen. 
A. R. Hill's Corps, m. Jane G., dau. John P. Daves, New Berne, N. C. 
See The Swedish Holsteins in Am. 

FRANCIS ARISTiDE JACKSON, A. M. 

b. Northumberland, Penna., Mch. 20, 1830. s. Samuel Jackson, M. D., 
and Elizabeth Barker. Entered 1844. Mem. Zelo. *. B. K. Teacher. 
Adj. Prof. Lat. and Gr. Langs., 1855-64. Prof. Lat. Lang, and Lit., 



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1864 . Published privately for the use of his classes treatises on Latin 

syntax and prosody and Horatian metre, beside emendations on the texts of 
a number of Latin authors, m. Mary, dau. William Fishbourne Griffitts, 
Phila. See Griffitts Geneal. Address, College Hall, Univ. of Penna., 
Phila. 
fTHOMAS LEIPER, A. M. 

b. , Oct. 28, 1827 ; d. , Apr. 17, 1881. s. . Entered Soph. 

Class 1845. Lawyer. 

WASHINGTON DAWSON McKINLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 27, 1826. s. William McKinley and Margaret Mc- 
Mullen. Entered 1844. Pres. Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., 
Princeton, N. J., 1851. Presb. clergj-man., and " stated supply, " Oneida 
Valley, N. Y., 1852-53 ; and at Tuscarora, N. Y., 1853-65 ; Prof. Latin, 
Geneseo Acad., 1864-66; pastor Moscow, N. Y., 1866-73 ; "stated supply," 

Castite, 1874-77 ; pastor Pike, N. Y.; 1878 , and of Warsaw, N. Y. m. 

Delia Savage Miller. See Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Sem. Address, 
Warsaw, Wyoming co., N. Y. 
STUART MITCHELL, A. M. (D. D., Hanover Coll., Ind., 187S.) 

b. Bucks CO., Penna., Nov., 1824. s. Daniel Mitchell and Letitia Bailey. 
Entered Soph. Class 1845. Mem. Zelo. Awarded prize for Gr. prose com- 
position. Valedictorian. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 
1851. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Warsaw, N. Y., 1852-55; misny. in Wis., 
1855-63; "stated supply" Groveland, N. Y., 1863-64; dist. misny., Wis. 
and Minn., 1864-68 ; traveling and in ill health, 1868-70 ; " stated supply " 
Altoona, Penna., 1870-71 ; pastor Bloomsburg, Penna., 1872-93 ; and Mt. 

Carmel, Penna., 1893 . Published "The Church: its Constitution and 

Government;" "Jonah, the Self-willed Prophet," etc. m. ist, Jane F. 
Patterson, Warsaw, N. Y.; 2d, C. Janet Petrikin, Muncy, Penna. See 
Allibone. Address, Mt. Carmel, Penna. 

fTHOMAS NEWBOLD, A. M. M. D., 1852. 

b. Phila., Mch. 14, 1829 ; d. Phila., Dec. 29, 1873. s. Michael Newbold 
and Esther Lowndes. Entered Soph. Class 1845. Moderator Philo. Phy- 
sician. Resdt. phys. Eastern Penitentiary, Penna., 1855-61. m. Sarah 
Duncan, dau. William Armstrong Irvine, M. D. 

WILLIAM CRESSON PRICHETT, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 5, 1828. s. Thomas Prichett and Lydia McClure. En- 
tered 1844. Merchant, m. MeetaT. Patnilli. Address, Overbrook, Penna. 

JAMES REN N IE, A. M. 

b. , Scotland, Oct. 7, 1826. s. . Entered Soph. Class Jan., 1846. 

Private tutor. Said to be a Presb. clergyman in Scotland. 
t GEORGE HERMAN ROBINETT, A. M. M. D., 1851. 

b. Phila., Nov. 11, 1829; d. Phila., Apr. 9, 1872. .s. Allen Robinett and 
Matilda Lauretta Herman. Entered 1844. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Fell. 
Coll. Phys. Phila., 1854. Mem. Phila. Co. Med. Soc., 1852. m. Augusta 
Casey, dau. Thomas Hale. 
tJOHN STEWARDSON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug., 1830; d. Phila., 1856. s. George Stewardson and 
Rachel Smith. Entered Soph. Class 1845. Mem. Zelo. Was a law student 
at the time of his death. See Keith. 

+ ALBERT OWEN STILLE, A. M. M. D., 1851. 

b. Phila., June 20, 1827; d. Fortress Monroe, Va., June 23, 1S62. s. 
Benjamin Stille and Ann Owen De Silver. Entered 1844. Mem. Zelo. 
Physician. Resdt. Phila. Hosp., 185 1. Surg, on packet ship Wyoming, 
1853. Phys. Phila. Dispen., 1854. Vaccine phys. Phila., 1855. Mem. Phila. 
Co. Med. Soc, 1855. Fell. Coll. Phys, Phila., 1859. At the outbreak of tlie 



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Civil War, he was one of the first physicians in Phila. who ofifered his 
services to the Government. Asst. Surg. i8th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols. ; 
and of 90th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols. ; and Surg. 23d Penna. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., 1861-62. m. Maria King, dau. William H. Smith, Phila. See 
Memoir by Christopher C. Cox, M. D. 

Non-Graduates. 

fGEORGE HUGHES ASHTON. 

b. Phila., Oct. 31, 1829 ; d. Phila., May 31, 1884. s. Rev. William East- 
erly Ashton and Sarah Keen. Entered 1844, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. Wholesale druggist. 
WILLIAM LAWS BOSWELL (A. B., Dickinson Coll., 1848. A. M., Dickinson 
Coll., 1851). 

b. Phila., June 22, 1828. s. James J. Boswell and Mary Davis. Entered 
1844, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. M. E. clergyman. 
Prof. Anc. Langs., Del. Coll., 1853-55 ; and of same, Genessee Coll., N. Y., 
1855-57. Prof. Math., Dickinson Coll., 1857-60; and of Anc. Langs., at 
same, i860. Since 1865 has been engaged in insurance business, Phila. 
m. ist, Fanny Louisa Thomas ; 2d, Mary Rowland, dau. P^obert Ervien, 
Phila. Address, 341 Walnut St., Phila. 

t HORACE BREINTNALL. 

b. N. Y. City, June 23, 1827 ; d. N. Y. City, July 31, 1866, s. Rev. 
Thomas Breintnall and Sophia Augusta Nelson. Entered 1844, and left 
during Fresh, year. 
t DAVID PAUL BROWN, JR. 

b. Phila., Aug. 4, 1828 ; d. Phila., Feb. i, 1869. s. David Paul Brown 
and Emmeline C. Handy. Entered 1844, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Lawyer. U. S. Comr., Phila. m. . 

GEORGE WASHINGTON BURTON. 

b. Phila., Apr. 20, 1829. s. Robert Burton and Eliza Elliott. Entered 
1844, and left during the first term Fresh, year. Merchant ; stock broker. 
Capt. and Comsy. Subsistence staff of Gen. Absalom Baird, U. S. A., 1861- 
62 ; Lieut.-Col. and Comsy. Subsistence staff of Maj.-Gen. A. McD. McCook, 
1862 ; ordered to War Dept. under Provost Marshal Gen. Fry and commis- 
sioned Maj. and A. A. G. in charge of enrolment and draft, 1862-65. m. 
Josephine, dau. Jacob B. Clement. See Keith. Address, 1521 Walnut St., 
Phila. 

i- HENRY CABOT. 

b. Phila., Sept. 9, 1829 ; d. Phila., Oct. 27, 1888. s. Joseph Cabot and 
Catharine Crafts Frazier. Entered Soph. Class 1845, and left Jan., 1846. 
Merchant. 

t JAMES ALEXANDER COLWELL. 

b. Phila., Sept. i, 1830; d. Santa Cruz, W. I., 1851. s. Stephen Col- 
well and Caldwell. Entered Jan. 2, 1845, and left Senior year. Mem. 

Zelo. 

JOHN ROBINSON GILPIN. 

b. Wilmington, Del., Oct. 12, 1827. s. Vincent Gilpin and Naomi 
Robinson. Entered Soph. Class 1845, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Zelo. Stock broker, m. Emma E. Bowers. Address, West Chester, 
Penna. 

FRANCIS VINCENT GREENE, M. D., 1851. 

b. Phila., July 26, 1828. s. James N. Greene, M. D., and . Entered 

1844, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Surgeon. Acting 
Asst. Sur§. U. S. N., 1862; acting Passed Asst. Surg., 1865. Passed Asst. 
Surg.; retired June, 1879. Address, 39 So. Nineteenth St., Phila. 



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t ROBERT SMITH GRIFFITTS. 

b. Phila., Oct. 23, 1828; d. Phila., Mch. 23, i860, s. William Fish- 
bourne Griffitts and Rebecca H. Smith. Entered 1844, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. m. Mary D. Rogers, N. Y. City. See Griffitts Geneal. 

t HARRY CARLTON HART, M. D., 1851. 

b. Phila., May 21, 1827; d. Phila., Feb. 19, 1881. s. William H. Hart 
and Matilda Maybin. Entered 1S44, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Physician. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. m. Mary C, dau. Charles D. 
Meigs, M. D., Prof. JeflF. Med. Coll. 

f FRANCIS WALN LEAMING. 

b. Phila., Nov. i, 1828; d. Phila., 1872. s. Jeremiah Fisher Leaming 
and Rebecca Wain. Enter^ 1844, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

t HENRY PERRY LELAND. 

b. Phila., Oct. 27, 1827; d. Phila., Sept. 22, 1868. s. Charles Leland 
and Charlotte Frost Godfrey. Entered 1844, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Clerk. Art student in Rome, Italy, for eighteen mos. ; spent a number 
of years in travel abroad and at home. Author. Was ist Lieut. 11 8th 
Penna. Regt, U. S. Vols., 1861. Sergeant and private Landis' Penna. 
Battery, 1862-63. Received a contusion to his spine from a fragment of shell 
at Carlisle, Penna., July, 1863, from the effects of which he subsequently 
died. Author ' ' Grey Bay Mare ;" " The Jumping Frog, ' ' afterward rewritten 
by "Mark Twain;" "Americans in Rome," and many poems, articles in 
magazines and newspapers. He was among the first who perceived the 
genius of Walt Whitman, and predicted his future success. See Appleton^ 
Allibonc. 

JOSEPH LENNI6. 

b. Phila., Aug. 13, 1827. s. Nicholas Ivcnnig and Christianna Bechler. 
Entered Soph. Class 1845, and left at the close of Soph. year. Farmer. 
Manufacturer. Engaged in real estate business, m. Sallie A., dau. Richard 
Gibson Martin. Address, 1945 North Twentieth St., Phila. 

fTHOMAS CUNNINGHAM McKINLEY. 

b. Phila., Oct. 5. 1828 ; d. supposed in Cal., where he went in 1850, and 
has not been heard of since, s. William McKinky and Margaret McMullen. 
Entered 1844, and left second term Junior year. Engaged in mercantile 

pursuits. 

SAMUEL EMLEN MEIGS. 

b. Phila., July 15, 1828. s. Charles Delucena Meigs, M. D., Prof. Jeff. 
Med. Coll., and Mary Montgomery. Entered 1844, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Dry goods comn. mcht. Mem. Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. ; Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Capt. 
and Asst. Q. M. U. S. Vols, on duty in the Dept. Mo., 1861-63, when he 
resigned and was honorably discharged, m. Cornelia, dau. William E. 
Rogers, Phila. Address, 1 713 Locust St., Phila. 

SILAS WEIR MITCHELL (M. D.. Jeff. Med. Coll., 1850, and Univ. Bologna, 
gratiai causa, 1888. LL. D., Harvard, 1886). 

b. Phila., Feb. 15, 1830. s. John Kearsley Mitchell, M. D., Prof. Jeff. 
Med. Coll.. and Sarah Matilda Henry. Entered 1844, and left during the 
last term Senior year. Physician and author. Phys. Southern Dispen., 
Phila., 1856; and St. Joseph's Hosp., 1858; and Penna. Instit. for Instruct. 
of the Blind, 1861-67 ; and Presb. Hosp., 1872 ; and Orthopaedic Hosp. and 
Infimiarv for Ner\'ous Disea.ses, 1872 ; and Consult. Phys. State Lying-in 
Hosp. and Infirmary, 1872 ; and Insane Dept. Phila. Hosp., 1884. Trustee, 

1875 . Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1S56, and its Pres., 1886 . Mem. 

Phila. Med. Soc, 1852; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1853; Biol, and Micros. 
vSection of same, 1858-77, and its Direc, 1868-71; Am. Phil. Soc, 1862; 
Pathol. Soc. Phila., and its Pres., 1869; Phila. Co. Med. Soc, 1878 ; Direc 



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Phila. Library Co. Corres. Mem. British Med. Assn., i860 ; and of Boston 
Med. Soc. Nat. Hist., 1861 ; and of Societe Academique de la Loire Infer- 
ieure, 1872 ; and of N. Y. Acad. Med., 1874. Hony. Mem. Gynaecol. Soc, 
1870; and of St. Andrew's Med. Grad. Assn., 1867; and of London Med. 
Soc, 1878 ; and of Med. Soc. N. J., 1870 ; and of Med. Soc. State of N. Y., 
1877. Foreign Associate Med. Soc. Norway, 1871. Associate Am. Acad. 
Arts and Sci., 1865. Mem. Nat. Acad. Sci. U. S., 1865 ; Med. Soc. State of 
N. J., 1878 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1880 ; Am. Assn. Phys. and Pathologists, and 
its Pres., 1886. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Sanitary Inspector 
U. S. A., and Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A. stationed in Phila., 1861-65. 
Author "Researches on the Venom of the Rattlesnake ; " " Gunshot Wounds 
and other Injuries of Nerves;" "Reflex Paralysis;" "On Malingering, 
etc.;" "On Injuries of the Nerves and their Consequences;" "Wear and 
Tear, or Hints for the Overworked;" "Fat and Blood, and How to Make 
Them;" "Diseases of the nervous system, especially of women ;" "Nurse 
and Patient, and Camp-Cure ;" "The Children's Hour ;" "In War-Time ;" 
" Roland Blake ;" " Doctor and Patient : a Series of Essays ;" "Characteris- 
tics ; " "Lectures on Medical Ethics;" poems, etc., and over a hundred 
papers on physiology, toxicology and nervous diseases, m. ist, Mary Mid- 
dleton, dau. Alfred Langdon Elwyn, Phila.; 2d, Mary, dau. Gen. Thomas 
Cadwalader (Class 1795). See Keith, Appleton, Atkinson, Ruschenberger, 
Allibotte. Address, 1524 Walnut St., Phila. 
t CHARLES HOWARD MONTGOMERY. 

b. "Eglinton," near Rhinebeck, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1828; d. Phila., May 
8, 1848. s. John Crathorne Montgomery and Elizabeth Henrietta Philips. 
Entered 1844, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Was a law 
student at the time of his death. See Keith. 

i- SAMUEL JOSEPH GUERARD NANCREDE, M. D., 1850. 

b. Washington, D. C, Dec. 31, 1831 ; d. Phila., Feb. 6, 1871. s. Joseph 
Guerard Nancrede and Cornelia Truxtun. Entered 1844, and left at the 
close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Physician, m. Caroline, dau. Patrick 
Brady. 

<;eorge hollenback rozet. 

b. Phila., Feb. 21, 1829. s. John Rozet and Marv' Anne Laning. 
Entered 1844, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Clk. in Phila., Wilkes- 
barre, Penna., and N. Y. City, 1846-54. Special Inspector U. S. Customs, 
San Juan del Sud, Nicaragua, C. A., 1855-56. Cotton mcht.. New Orleans, 
La., 1856-62. Engaged in real estate and mortg. loan business, Chicago, 

111., 1884 . m. Josephine, dau. Henry David Mandeville, Natchez, Miss. 

Address, 340 La Salle Ave., Chicago, 111. 
i- THOMAS Mc»NTOSH STEWART (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1848. LL. B., Harvard, 
1S51). 

b. Phila., Apr. 20, 1830 ; d. Mattapoisett, Mass., Aug. 6, 1890. s. Josiah 
Stewart, M. D., and Anna Maria Bayard. Entered 1844, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. _ Spent much time in foreign travel, 
m. Virginia, dau. Amos T. Newbold, Phila. 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS ALOYSIUS TETE."" 

b. Phila., Mch. 30, 1830. s. Francis Tete and Irma Beylle. Entered 
1844, and left at the close of Soph. year. Commission merchant, m. Emma 
Jane, dau. James Torbert. Address, Secane, Del. co., Penna. 

JOHN JACOB van dcr KEMP, JR. M. D., 1852. (A. B.,Coll. N. J., 1849- A. 
M.,Coll. N. J., 1852.) 

b. Phila., July 31, 1829. s. John Jacob van der Kemp and Juliana Taylor. 
Entered Soph. Class 1845, and left at the close of Soph. year. Physician, 
but practiced only for a short time. Has been a resident of Paris, France, 
for many years. See Keith. Address, Paris, France. 
* Now known as Charles Tete. 



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tJOHN KESSLER WEST. 

b. Phila., June 14, 1828 ; d. Phila., . s. George G. West and 

Kessler. Entered 1844, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

HENRY MAYER WETHERILL. 

b. Phila., May 18, 1828. s. Charles Wetherill and Margaretta Maj'er. 
Entered 1844, and left Senior year. Mem. Zelo. m. Rebecca Price, dau. 
John Price Wetherill. Address, 15 E. Penn St., Gtn., Phila. 

f CHARLES WHEELER, JR. 

b. Phila., Aug. 23, 1827 ; d. Phila., Aug. 16, 1883. s. Charles Wheeler 
and Eliza Bowman. Entered 1844, and left at the close of first term Fresh, 
year. Manufacturer. Banker and capitalist. Served as a private in a 
Penna. "emergency" regt. during 1863. m. Susan, dau. John Famum. 

JAMES WINCHELL WINTER. 

b. North East, Dutchess co., N. Y., May 6, 1829. s. Rev. Thomas Win- 
ter, D. D., and Elizabeth Dayton Compton. Entered 1844, and left on 
account of ill health at the close of Soph. year. U. S. Consul, Turks Is., W. 
I., 1857-62. U. S. Treas. Agt., Arizona and New Mexico. Clk. U. S. Custom 
House, San Pedro, Cal. Asst. Paymaster U. S. N., 1862-65. Address, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

1849. 
JAMES APPLEY, A. M. 

b. , Sept., 1823. s. Ivuther Appley and . Entered Soph. Class 

1846. Mem. Zelo. Clergyman. Address, , N. Y. 

JAMES DARRACH, A. M. (M. D., Penna. Med. Coll., Phila., 1852.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 8, 1828. s. William Darrach, M. D., Prof. Penna. Med. 
Coll., Phila., and Margaretta Monro. Entered Soph. Class 1846. Moderator 
Philo. Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp., 1853-54. Mem. Pathol. Soc. 
Phila., 1857 ; Phila. Co. Med. Soc; Acad. Nat. Sci.. Phila., 1858 ; Fell. Coll. 
Phys. Phila., 1859. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. 
Consult, phys. Gtn. Hosp. and Jewish Hosp. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 
in charge of Cuyler U. S. Hosp., Gtn., Phila., 1862-65. m. Sarah, dau. 
Henry Morris, and gt. gd. dau. of Robert Morris, the Financier. See Atkin- 
son, Ruschenberger. Address, 5021 Green St., Gtn., Phila. 

fLAMMOT du PONT, A.M. 

b. near Wilmington, Del., Apr. 13, 1831 ; d. from an explosion at Thomp- 
son's Pt., N. J., Mch. 29, 1884. s. Alfred Victor du Pont and Margaretta 
Elizabeth La Motte. Entered Soph. Class 1846. Mem. Zelo. Manufacturer. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1872. Capt. 5th Del. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-63. m. 
Mary, dau. Henry Belin. 

fWILLIAM JAMES FELTUS, A.M. 

b. Wilkinson CO., Miss., Dec. 22, 1827; d. Woodville, Wilkinson co., 
Miss., Aug. 22, 1865. s. Abram M. Feltus and Eliza A. Ventress. Entered 
Junior Class 1847. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Marshal Conf. States, 1861-65. 

fCOLEMAN PEMBERTON FISHER, A.M. 

b Phila June 15 1829; d. Phila., May 26, 1880. s. Coleman Fisher 
and Mary Read. Entered Soph. Class 1846. Civil engineer ; subsequently 
a stock broker. 

JOSEPH FLEMING, A.M. , ^ „ t. 

b. Phila., Oct. 23. 1833. s. John Fleming and Elizabeth Callahan. 
Entered 1845. Mem. Zelo. Awarded second prize for Latin prose composi- 
tion Junior year. Teacher. Chester and Phila.. 1849-53 ; principal teadier 
Penna. In.stit. for Blind, Phila., 1S54-59 ; principal In.stit. for Blind Mo., 
i8s9-6i ; since then accountant. Mem. Franklin Instit., Phila m. Emma 
Ivouisa, dau. John Sherzer, Annville, Lebanon co., Penna. Address, Lans- 
downe, Del. co., Penna. 



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GEORGE HAND, A. M. 

b Cold Spring, Cape May co., N. J., Sept. 2, 1821. s. George Hand and 
Elizabeth Hand. Entered third term Soph, year 1847, Valedictorian 
Studied at Madison Univ., N. Y., 1845-47- Presb. clergyman. Pnncipal 
Young Ladies' Instit., Hatboro, Montg. co., Penna., 1S54-78. m. Mary A., 
dau. Caleb S. Robbins, Phila. Address, Hatboro, Montg. co., Penna. 

WILLIAM HUCKEL, A.M. 

b Phila Aug. 31, 1829. s. Jacob Huckel, M. D., and Margaret Ann 
Ray ' Entered Soph. Class 1846. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. 
Sem P E Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1851. P. E. clergy-man, and rector Ch. of 
Evangelists Phila., 1852 ; asst. min. St. Ann's, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1855 ; rector 
St. Ann's, Morrisania, N. Y., 1857-81. m. Christine M., dau. Rev. John F. 
Messenger. Address, 115 Paulison Ave., Passaic, N. J. 
+ HARTMAN KUHN, JR., A. M. (LL. B., Harvard, 1852.) 

b Phila Feb. 22, 1831 ; d. by a fall from his horse near Rome, Italy, 
Tan 1870 s. Hartmau Kuhn (Class 1800) and Ellen Lyle. Entered 1845. 
Delivered the English oration. Lawyer, m. Grace Carey, Boston, Mass. 
See J^eith. 

fWILLIAM McFERRAN LAMB, A. M. , . . ^, . 

b Carrickfergus, Ireland, Mch. 8, 1830 ; d. Oxford, Chester co., Penna., 
June 26, 1855. s. Francis Lamb and Jane Mcllrath. Entered 1845. Mem. 
Zelo. Presb. clergyman, m. Margaret Hutchison, Oxford, Peuna. 
WILLIAM HENRY McFADDEN, A. M. (M. D., Penna. Med. ColL, Phila., 

^ h Phila., Nov. 4, 1827. s. Robert McFadden and Jane Mofifett. En- 
tered 1845. Mem. Zelo. Teacher, McVeytown, Mifflin co., Penna. Supdt. 
Gas Co., Gtn., Phila., 1853-61 ; plumbing, steam and gas fitting business, 
Gtn Phila., 1856-68; gas meter business, 1864-70; Supdt. Gas Light Co., 
Camden, N. J., 187(^73; Chief Engr. Water Dept., Phila., 1873-83; smce 
then associated with the Am. Meter Co., Phila. Compiler "Gas Supdts. 
Pocket Companion." m. Sarah Evans, dau. Jacob Hams Yocum. Address, 
3505 Hamilton St., Phila. 
SAMUEL BROWN WYLIE McLEOD, A. M. (M. D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., 

b N. Y. City, Feb. i, 1832, s. Rev. John Niel McLeod, D. D., and 
Margaret" Thomson Wylie. Entered 1845. Moderator Philo. Physician. 
Sur^ and consult, phys. N. Y. Lying-in Asyl.,N.Y. City. Police surg. 
N Y City. Mem. Am. Med. Assn. ; N. Y. State Med. Assn. ; Medico- 
Legai Soc, N. Y. City. m. Sarah B. Irving. Address, 247 W. Twenty- 
third St., N. Y. City. 
+ SAMUEL HILDEBURN McMULLIN, A. M. (D. D., Miami Univ., 18S4.) 

b Phila., Mch. 19, 1831 : d. Glendale, O., Feb. 17, 1892. s. Robert 
McMullin and Mary Hamilton Tabel^. Entered 1845. Mem. Zelo. 
Awarded first prize for Latin prose composition. Gr. Salutatonan. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J.. 1854. Presb. clergy-man, and 
pastor Calvary Ch., Newburgh, N. Y., 1856-60; and Bel Air. Md., 1860-61 ; 
and Smithtown Branch, L. I., 1861-64 ; " stated supply " Belmont Ave Cli., 
Phila., 1865-67; Prof. Gr. Lang, and Lit. Miami Univ., 1867-70; Prof. Ch. 
Hist. Theol. Sem., Danville, Kv., 1870-72; pastor First Ch., Circleville O., 
1873-82 ; and Glendale, O., 1882-89. He published several sermons and an 
inaugural address on Church History, m. Isabella Brown, dau. Prof. Thomas 
J. Matthews, Miami Univ. See Necrology Report of Princeton Theol. Sem., 
1892. 
CHRISTOPHER MAGEE (and Western Univ. Penna., 1848.) A. M. (and Western 
Univ. Penna., 1879.) LL. B., 1852. . , ,. j t 

b. Pittsburgh, Penna., Dec. 5, 1829. s. Christopher Magee and Jane 
Watson. Entered Senior Class 184S. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 



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Legis., 1856. Mem. Com. Coun. Pittsburgh, 1859. Judge Ct. Com. PI. No. 

2, Allegheny co., Penna., 1885 . Mem. Acad Sci. and Art, Pittsburgh. 

m. Elizabeth Louise, dau. Rev. John Niel McL,eod, D. D., N. Y. City. 
Address, Forbes near Craig Sts., Pittsburgh, Penna. 

JOHN SMITH NEWLIN, JR., A. M. LL. B., 1852. 

b. Phila., Sept. 20, 1829. s. John Smith Newlin and Catharine Hains. 
Entered Soph. Class 1846. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Civil engineer, m. 
Charlotte Anna, dau. John Fowler Butterworth. Address, Yonkers, N. Y. 

BENJAMIN WOOD RICHARDS. A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 9, 1831. s. Benjamin Wood Richards and Sarah Ann 
Lippincott. Entered Soph. Class 1846. Merchant. Sec. and Treas. Laurel 
Hill Cem. Co., Phila. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S.; x\cad. Nat. 
Sci. Phila. Capt. U. S. Vols., 1862 ; Brvl. Major U. S. Vols., 1864, and Brvl. 
Lieut. -Col. U. S. Vols., 1865. A.D.C. on the statf of Maj.-Gen. James B. Rick- 
etts, and served with the Army of the Potomac during the greater part of 
his service. He resigned from the Army Mch. 10, 1865. Address, 45 So. 
Seventeenth St., Phila. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SCHEIDE. A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan., 1824. s. Christian Scheide and . Entered Soph. 

Class 1846. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Theol. Sem. Evan. Luth. Ch., Gettys- 
burg, Penna. Luth. clergyman. Address, , Phila. 

tJESSE SHENTON ZANE SELLERS, A. M. M. D., 1852. 

b. Phila., Apr., 1828; d. Chicago, 111., July i, 1873. s. Jesse Sellers 
and Ann Burkhart. Entered Soph. Class 1846. Mem. Zelo. A. 4>. Phy- 
sician . 

WILLIAM HEMBEL TAGGART, A.M. M. D., 1852. 

b. Winchester, Va., July 15, 1830. s. Daniel Taggart and Caroline 
Baker. Entered 1845. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Prof. Mat. Med. Phila. 
Coll. Med., 1857; Prof. Mat. Med. Penna. Med. Coll., Phila., 1859-61. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1859; Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1853; Plist. 
Soc. Penna. Surg. U. S. Vols., 1861-63. Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 1864-65. m. 
Anna, dau. Patrick Devine. See Atkinson. Address, 1032 Spruce St., 
Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 
t CHARLES MEIGS BACHE. 

b. Phila., 1829; d. San Francisco, Cal., Apr. 10, 1890. s. Franklin 
Bache (Class 1810), Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Aglae Dabadie. Entered 1845, 
and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Asst. U. S. Coast and 
•Geodetic Surv., 184S-90. During the Civil War was detailed from the Coast 
Surv. to act with the Army, and was engaged making military surveys about 
Washington, D. C, Bull Run and Fredericksburg, Va. Served on the staff 
of Maj.-Gen. William B. Franklin at the first battle of Fredericksburg, m. 
Henrietta Maria EUicott. 
t GEORGE HAMILTON BROWN. 

b. Phila., June 18, 1831 ; d. Phila., Apr., 1856. s. William Brown and 
Deborah Norris. Entered Jan., 1846, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. vStudied at Dickinson Coll., 1845-46. See Keith. 

+ WILLIAM RICHARDSON BROWN. 

b. Phila., Apr. 20, 1830; d. Phila., Apr. 15, 1879. s. William Brown 
and Deborah Norris. Entered 1845, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Capt. 15th U. S. Inf., 1861-65, when he resigned and was honorably dis- 
charged, ra. Caroline Lawson. See Keith. 

+ ISAAC DAVIS BUDD. ^, ^„.^ 

b. Phila., Mch. 19, 1830 ; d. Phila., June 29, 1859. s. Thomas Alhbone 
Budd and Ann Eliza Davis. Entered 1845, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Direc. Public Schs., Phila. 



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i-WILLIAM D. CLARKE. 

b. , Mch. 9, 1831 ; d. . s. William M. Clarke and . En- 
tered 1845, and left at the close of Fresh year. 
ALEXANDER McLEOD CRAWFORD. 

b. Franklin co., Penna., May 11, 1829. s. Rev. Samuel Wylie Crawford, 
D. D., Principal Acad. Dept., and Jane Agnew. Entered 1845, and left 
at the close of Fresh, year. Mining in Cal., 1853-58 ; farming in Penna., 
1858-62. ist-Lieut. 1 2th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1862 ; Brvt. Capt. U. S. 
Vols., Mch. 13, 1865 ; Brvt. Major U. S. Vols., Mch. 13, 1865, both for faithful 
and meritorious service while in action ; 2d Lieut. 38th U. S. Inf., July, 
1866; ist Lieut., Mch., 1867 ; retired Dec, 1870. Address, Campbell Hall, 
Orange co., N. Y. 
+ CHARLES CHAUNCEY DILLINGHAM LI.. B., 1852. (A. B., Yale, 1850. A. M., 
Yale, 1853.) 

b. West Chester, Penna., July 22, 1832 ; d. London, Eng., Oct. 25, 1867 
s. William Henry Dillingham and Christiana Bnnton. Entered 1845, and 
left at the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. 
/ALFRED WALTON FLEMING. 

b. Phila., Aug. 14, 1830. s. Thomas Fleming and Clarissa T. Walton. 
Entered 1845, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 

THOMAS HALL GARRETT. 

b. Phila., Dec. 19, 1830. s. George H. Garrett and . Entered Jan., 

1846, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Analyt. chemist and 
assayist. m. . Address, 5600 Gtn. Ave., Phila. 

t SAMUEL FRANKS JACOBS. 

b. Churchtown, Lancaster co., Penna., Sept. 29, 1829 ; d. . s. 

and Mary Franks. Entered Soph. Class 1846, and left during the Senior 
year. Mem. Philo. 
+ FINNIX STRETCHER JAQUETT (M. D., Penna. Med. Coll., 1854). 

b. Phila., Sept. 12, 1830; d. Phila., Dec. 11, 1870. s. Rev. Joseph 
Jaquett and Elizabeth Stretcher. Entered 1845, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Physician. Surg. 65th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 
1861-62. 

+ HENRY LAPSLEY. 

b. Phila., May 25, 1829; d. Plainfield, N. J., Jan. 26, 1892. s. David 
Lapsley and Anna Welsh. Entered 1845, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Mem. Philo. Stock broker. 

t GEORGE WILLIAM PARRISH. 

b. Phila., July 27, 1829 ; d. . s. Robert Austin Parrish and Eleanor 

Brooks. Entered 1845, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

t CHARLES RAWLE. 

b. Sunbury, Penna., June 14, 1830; d. So. Bethlehem, Penna., Jan. 17, 
1891. s. Francis William Rawle (Class 1812) and Louisa Hall. Entered 
1845, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Commission business in N. Y. 
City for twelve years; subsequently a farmer in Lycoming co., Penna. 
Private in a Penna. "emergency" regt. for three mos. , 1863. m. Mary J., 
dau. Oliver Watson, Williamsport, Penna. See Keith. 

f ALFRED ROBERTS. 

b. , July I, 1829; d. Phila., Feb. 24, 1893. s. . Entered 1845. 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

PERCIVAL ROBERTS. 

b. , May 2, 1830. s. Algernon Sidney Roberts and . Entered 

1845, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Iron manufacturer, m. Eleanor 
Williamson. Address, 1935 Chestnut St., Phila. 



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t EDWARD WHARTON. 

b. Phila., Dec. 9, 1830; d. Phila., May 27. 1S73. s. Francis Rawle 
Wharton and Juliana Matilda Gouvemeur. Entered 1845, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. See WharioTi Family. 

18 SO. 

tALEXANDER BENSON, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 3, 1831 ; d. Cape May, N. J., Aug. 5, 1870. s. Alex- 
ander Benson and Sarah North. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. Awarded 
the Gr. Salutatory. Banker. 

tJOSEPH BLAKE BISPHAM, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 13, 1S31 ; d. Brandywine Spgs., Del., Aug. 15, 1874. s. 
Joseph Bispham and Susan Ridgway Tucker. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant. Capt. 3d Penna. Heavy Artill. U. S. Vols., 1863-65. m. Eliza- 
beth French, dau. Gilbert Page. 

ISAAC OLIVER BLIGHT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct 29, 1830. s. George Wain Blight and Mary Valeria 
Sergeant. Entered 1846. Moderator Philo. Gen. Mngr. State Line and 
Sullivan R. R. Co. and its mines, m. Matilda, dau. William Harris, M. 
D. See Dcscdts. Clement Biddle. Address, Towanda, Penna. 

tJOKN JOSEPH BORIE, A. M. LL. B., 1853. 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1830 ; d. Phila., Mch. 16, 1882. s. John Joseph Borie 
and Sophia Beauveau. Entered 1846. Lawyer, m. ist, Henrietta Bache ; 
2d, Susan P. Halsey. 

JOHN HILL BRINTON, A. M. (M.D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1852.) 

b. Phila., May 21, 1832. s. George Brinton (Class 1822) and Mary 
Margaret Smith. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. Physician. Lecturer on 
Operative Surg., 1853-61. Miitter' lecturer on Surg. Pathol. (5th Course, 
Gunshot Injuries), 1869. Prof. Pract. Surg, and Clinical Surg. JeflF. Med. 
Coll., 1882 to date. Surg. St. Joseph's Hosp., 1859 ; and Phila. Hosp., 1867-82 ; 
and Jeff. Coll. Hosp., 1877 to date. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 185 1 ; Fell. 
Coll. Phys. Phila., 1856. Am. Med. Assn., 1872; Am. Surg. Assn., iSSo; 
Phila. CO. Med. Soc; Am. Phil. Soc, 1886; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. 
Surg, and Brigade Surg. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. ^ frequent contributor to 
medical literature, m. Sarah, dau. Rev. F. DeW. Ward, D. D., Geneseo, 
N. Y. S^e^ Brinton Family, Keith, Atkinson. Address, 1423 Spruce St., 
Phila. 

JAMES LLOYD CHAMBERLAINE, A. M. 

b. Bonfleld, near Oxford, Talbot co., Md.,July 5, 1830. s. James Lloyd 
Chamberlaine and Anna Maria Hammond. Entered Junior Class 1S48. 
Mem. Philo. 4>. K. 2. Studied at St. James' Coll., Md., two years and four 
mos. Farmer. Teacher, m. Margaret A. M.. dau. Samuel Chamberlaine, 
Oxford, Md. Address, 241 W. Preston St., Bolton Terrace, Balto., Md. 

WILLIAM RUSH DUNTON, A. M. M. D.. 1853. 

b. Phila., Mch. 10, 1831. s. Isaac Dunton and Mary Simpson Rush. 
Entered 1847. Mem. Philo. Physician. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., ^ i860. 
Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1863-65, 
stationed at U. S. A. Hosp., Gtn., Phila. Address, 5059 Gtn. Ave., Phila. 

ALEXANDER COOK DURBIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. <S, 1S32. s. Rev. John Price Dnrbin, D. D., and Frances 
B. Cook. Entered Soph"! Class 1847. Moderator Philo. Ironmaster. By 
order of the U. S. Govt., through Sec. Welles, of the Navy, was exeniptetl, 
with all the men in his employ, from military ser\ace, in order to allow the 
manufacture of iron plates for the first monitor and other vessels built by 
Capt. Ericsson, m. Clara, dau. Capt. W. J. Wiswell. Address, Mont Clair, 
N.J. 



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WALTER SCOTT FORTESCUE, A. M. 

b Phila Aug 27, 1826. s. Thomas Smith Fortescue and Martha Lyle. 
Entered 1846. Mem. Zelo. Teacher, 1850-70 ; since then pubhsher. 
Founder and Principal Acad, for the Blind, Ga. Prof. Indiana Female Coll., 
Indianapolis; and in the Iowa Wesleyan Univ. m. Mana Chase, dau. Samuel 
Grey, Biddeford, Me. Address, Pulaski Ave., near Logan St., Gtn., Phila. 

fNALBRO FRAZIER, JR., A. M. 

b Phila Nov. 14, 1831 ; d. Phila., Dec. 20, 1887. s. Nalbro Frazier 
and Mary Eyre Robinson. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. 
Mil Order Loyal Legion U. S., and Junior Vice-Commander Penna. Com- 
mandery, 1880-83. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav May to Aug., 1861 
Capt 2d Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1862-64. m. Mary Ellen, dau. Isaac Rand 
Jackson, U. S. Charge d 'Affaires Denmark, 1841-42. See Keith. 

fWILLIAM WIRT HARRIS, * A. M. 

b "Greenwood," Chester co., Penna., Dec. 20, 1831 ; d. Savannah, Ga., 
Mch 1% i88s s William Harris, M. D., and Elizabeth Matilda Patterson. 
Entered 1846 Mem. Philo. Clk. in Phila. and N. Y. City until 1858. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1861. Presb clergyman, and 
pastor Towanda, Penna., 1864-70. Treas. Coll. N. J., 1870-85. Chaplain 
io6th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols. , 1861-62, and served throughout the Peninsular 
and the Md. campaigns with Gen. McClellan's army. Agt. U. S. Sanitary 
Comn 1862-6^, and superintended its field operations at the battle of Chan- 
cellorsville, Va. m. Christina, dau. Walter Butler. See Memorial Address 
by Rev. Dr. J. O. Murray. 
GEORGE ANTES JENKS, A. M. LL. B., 1853. 

b. Newtown, Bucks co., Penna., Oct. 9, 1829. s. Phineas Jenks, M. D., 
and Amelia, dau. Gov. Simon Snyder, Penna. Entered Soph Class 1847. 
Moderator Philo. Lawyer, m. Ellen, dau. Jesse Davis. Address, New- 
town, Bucks CO., Penna. 
tJOHN JONES, A. M. (D. D., Hamilton Coll., N. Y., 1872.) 

b. Manchester, Eng., Apr. 18, 1830; d. Canoga, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1891. s. 
William Jones and Mary Pntchard. Entered Soph. Class 1847. Mem. Zelo. 
Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1853. Presb. clergyman, 
and pastor Scottsville, N. Y., 1854-59; " stated supply " Wyoming. 1859-62. 
Principal Geneseo Synodal Acad., 1862-74. Pastor Walnut St. Ch., Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1874 . m. Minerva, dau. Sebastian Chatham, N. Y. 

WILLIAM EVAN JONES, A. M. (D. D., Centre Coll., Ky., 1876.) 

b. Manchester, Eng., Oct. 24, 1827. s. William Jones and Mary 
Pritchard. Entered 1846. Pres. Zelo. Presb. clergyman, and " stated supply " 
Gloucester City, N. J., 1853-54; and pastor Green Id., N. Y., 1854-57; and 
Caledonia, 1857-59 ; and Bath, 1859-63 ; and Cedarville, N. J., 1866-70 ; and 
Tuscarora and Union Corners, N. Y., 1870-73; and Hartsville, 1873. Chap- 
lain i6ist N. Y. Regt. U. S. Vols., Apr., 1863 to Sept., 1865. m. Emeline, 
dau. James Fuller. See Gen. Cat. Theol. Sem. Princeton. Address, 722 
N. Nineteenth St. , Phila. 

f DAVID LOUGHERY, A. M. 

b. CO. Derry, Ireland, Feb. 7, 1826; d. Greensburg, Penna., July 8, 
1858. s. John Loughery and Jane McFarland. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. 
Teacher. Founder and first Principal Md. State Instit. for the Blind. 

t ROBERT McMULLIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 30, 1832 ; shot to death with his wife by soldiers of the 
Nena Sahib, Cawnpore, "india, June 13, 1857. s. Robert McMullin and 
Mary Hamilton Tabele. Entered 1846. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1855. Presb. misny., stationed at Futtehgurh, 
India, m. Sarah Colt Pierson, Paterson, N. J. 
* Subsequently known as "William Harris. 



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i- GEORGE PEPPER NORRIS, A.M. M. D., 185S. 

b. Phila., July 16, 1831 ; d. Wilmington, Del., Mch. 7, 1865. s. Isaac 
Norris (Class 1821) and Mary Pepper. Entered Soph. Class 1847. Mem. 
Philo. Physician, m. Agnes Campbell, dau. John Price, Wilmington, Del. 
See Keith. 

JOHN HOOKER PACKARD, A. M. M. D., 1853. 

b. Phila., Aug. 15, 1832. s. Frederick Adolphus Packard and Elizabeth 
Dwight Hooker. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. Surgeon. Resdt. Penna. 
Hosp., 1855-56, and Surg, to same, 1884 to date. Phys. to Foster Home, 
1857-73 ■ and St. Joseph's Hosp., 1881 ; Surg, to Hosp. P. E. Ch., 1863-84 ; 
and to Woman's Hosp., 1876-77. Miitter Lecturer, 1864-66. Mem. Acad. 
Nat. Sci, Phila., 1856; Pathol. Soc. Phila., 1857, and its Sec, 1861-62, and 
its Pres., 1867-69. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1858, and its Sec. 1862-77, and 
its Vice-Pres., 1886. Mem. Obstet. Soc. Phila., 1868, and its Pres., 1877-79; 
Sec. Surg. Section Intemat. Med. Cong., Phila., 1876 ; Phila. co. Med. Soc, 
1876, and its Vice-Pres., 1879-80; Penna. State Med. Soc, 1877; Acad. 
Surgery Phila... 1879; Med. Jurisp. Soc, Phila. 1883; and Hon. Mem. 
Medico-Legal Soc, N. Y. Mem. Am. Surg. Assn., 1881, and its Treas., 
1881-84. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1867 ; Hist. Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons 
of Revo. Direc Penna. Acad. Fine Arts. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 
1861-65, and detailed to Christian St. and Satterlee U. S. A. Hosps., Phila., 
1861-63. Consult. Surg, to Haddington, Phila., and Beverly, N. J., U. S. A. 
Hosps., 1864-65. Author "Manual of Minor Surgery;" " Lect. on In- 
flammation;" "Sea- Air and Sea-Bathing, " etc.; translated "Malgaigne on 
Fractures;" and has contributed largely to various medical journals, m. 
Elizabeth, dau. Charles Stuart Wood, Phila. See Appleton, Allibone, At- 
kinson, Ruschenberger. Address, 1924 Spruce St., Phila. 

CLEMENT BIDDLE PENROSE, A. M. 

b. Carlisle, Penna., Oct. 27, 1832. s. Hon. Charles Bingham Penrose 
and Valeria Fullerton Biddle. Entered Soph. Class 1847. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer. Judge Orphans' Ct. Phila., 1878 to date. Vice-Provost Law Acad. 
Phila., 1868 to date. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Annotated Taylor's "Manual 
Med. Jurisp." m. Mary, dau. Stephen Beasley Linnard. See Descdts. 
Clement Biddle. Autobioz- Chas. Biddle. Address, S. E. Cor. Chelten 
and Wayne Aves., Gtn., Phila. 

fGEORGE BICKHAM REESE, JR., A.M. 

b. Manchester, Eng., Aug. i, 1833, while his parents were traveling in 
that country; d. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1885. s. George Bickham 
Reese and Margaret Mesier. Entered Soph. Class 1847. Mem. Zelo. 
Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va. P. E. clergy- 
man, and rector New Milford near Binghamton, N. Y., and in Ohio, and of 
Zion's Ch., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. m. ist, Jane, dau. Rev. Theodore Irving, 
Staten Id., N. Y. ; 2d, Augusta Strange, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

JACOB REESE REESE, A. M. 

b. Manchester. Eng., Feb. 5, 1831, while his parents were \asitmg that 
country, s. George Bickham Reese and Margaret Mesier. Entered Junior 
Class 1848. Mem. Zelo. Civil engr., and assisted in surveying the Hudson 
River R. R. fr. Poughkeepsie to Albany, and the Chicago, Alton & St. Louis 
R. R. fr. Joliet to Alton ; subsequently a mcht. in Phila. , and aftenvard in 
N. Y. City. m. Clara, dau. Richmond W. Jaflfray, N. Y. City. Address, 
69 Greene St., N. Y. City. 
JAMES WILTBANK ROBINS (and Trinity Coll., Conn., 1852). A.M. D. D., 
1871. 

b. Phila., Sept. 30, 1831. s. Thomas Robins and Eliza Wiltbank. En- 
tered Soph. Class 1847. Mem. Philo. *. B. K. Valedictorian. P. E. 
clergyman, and asst. min. St. Mark's Ch., Phila., 1854-57. Head-Master 
P. E. Acad. Phila., 1857-92. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1882. Vice-Pres. 
Almnni Soc. Coll. Dept. First Chmn. Central Com. of Alumni, m. Helen 



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Hamilton, dau. Robert Maskell Patterson, M. D. (Class 1S04), Vice-Provost. 
See Family Record of Patterson, Ewing and Du Bois Families. Address, 
Merion, Montg. co., Penna. 

ABRAHAM LEWIS SMITH, A. M. 1,1,. B., 1853, 

b. Upper Darby, Del. co., Penna., Nov. 12, 1831. s. George Smith and 
Mary Lewis. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. <I>. B. K. Lawyer. Pres. West 
End Trust & Safe Depos. Co. , Phila. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. m. Rebecca 
Levis, dau. John Wood. Address, Media, Del. co,, Penna. 

ALEXANDER MURRAY STEWART, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 25, 1831. s. William Stewart and Catharine, dau. Como. 
Murray, U. S. N. Entered 1846. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Asst. Paymaster 
U. S. N., Jan., 1862-65. m. Catharine Elizabeth, dau. William John SheafiF. 
Address, Bordentown, N. J. 

THOMAS MAYER WETHERILL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1830. s. Charles Wetherill and Margaretta Sybilla 
Mayer. Entered 1846. Moderator Philo. , but resigned before the expiration 
of his term. Druggist. Lawyer, m. Sarah Eliza, dau. Chief Justice Cotes- 
worth Pinckney Smith, Miss. Address, Baton Rouge, La. 

Non-Graduates. 

GEORGE WEED ARUNDEL. 

b. Phila., Feb. 22, 183 1. s. Robert J. Arundel and Eliza Weed. Entered 
1846, and left during the first term Fresh, year. Lawyer, m. Maria Augusta, 
dau. Augustus Du Moulin. Address, 146 So. Sixth St., Phila. 

tJAMES MAHANY ARUNDEL. 

b. Phila., Nov., 1829; d. New Orleans, La., Sept. 3, 1853. s. Robert J. 
Arundel and Eliza Weed. Entered 1846, and left during the first term Fresh, 
year. Lawyer, m. Amelia B., dau. Henry Isaacson. 

RICHARD MEADE BACHE. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 1830. s. Brig. -Gen. Hartman Bache, U. S. A., and 
Maria del Carmen Meade. Entered 1846, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Aide, Sub-Asst. and Asst. U. S. Coast and Geodetic Surv. 
Instr. Topog. Sheffield Sci. Sch., Yale Coll., 1872-73. Mem. Acad. Sci. and 
Arts, Conn.; Am. Phil. Soc, 1884. Detailed by U. S. Govt, to survey the 
ground commanded by the forts at and in the vicinity of St. Louis; and to 
construct earthworks near Phila., 1861-65. Published "Vulgarisms and 
other Errors of Speech ;" "American Wonderland ;" " Under the Palmetto 
in Peace and War," etc. m. ist, Elizabeth, dau, Cornelius J. Tyndale ; 2d, 
Sarah Carman, dau. Charles Elliot De Haven. See Allibone. Address, 
4400 Sansom St., Phila. 

t GEORGE TALLMAN DA COSTA. 

b. Phila., Mch., 1831 ; d. Phila., 1882. s. John Chalmers Da Costa and 
Hannah Norris. Entered 1846, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Zelo. Merchant. Direc. Pub. Sch. nth Ward, Phila, Direc. Camden and 
Atlantic R. R. for many years. Served as a private in the Army of the 
Potomac, 1861 ; subsequently employed in the Provost Marshal Gen.'s Office, 
m. Margaretta, dau. Richard S. Beesley, Beesley's Pt., N. J, 

HENRY JAMES FELTUS. 

b. Woodville, Wilkinson co., Miss., Nov. 11, 1827. s. Abram Morrell 
Feltus and Eliza Ann Ventress. Entered Soph. Class 1847, and left at the 
close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Farmer, m. 1st, Sally De Heart; 2d, 
Mary E., dau. James Brown. Address, Baton Rouge, La. 



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WILLIAM READ FISHER. 

b. Phila., Mch. 23, 1S31. s. Coleman Fisher and Mary Read. Entered 
1846, and left at the close of Soph. year. Stock broker. Mem. Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. Address, 1332 Walnut St., Phila. 

fCHARLES DESMARAIS GARDETTE, M. D., 1851. 

b. Phila., Feb. 11, 1830; d. Washington, D. C, Oct. 27, 1884. s. Emile 
B. Gardette, M. D., and Elizabeth Badger. Entered Junior Class 1848, and 
left at the close of Junior year. Phys., which he soon relinquished for 
journalism, and was connected with the Phila. Evening Journal, and Record, 
and tV. Y. Evening Post. Attache U. S. Leg., Paris, 1853-59. Published 
"The Fire Fiend and Other Poems," beside contributions to Harper's, 
Putnam'' s and other magazines, m. Eulalie, dau. Como. Zachariah Forrest 
Johnston, U. S. N. See Allibone. 

t J AMES GRAY. 

b. Phila., Apr. 3, 1830 ; d. . s. and Ellen . Entered 1846, 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

SAMUEL WELSH LAPSLEY. 

b. Phila., Dec. 2, 1830. s. David Lapsley and Anna Welsh. Entered 
Soph. Class 1847, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mcht. fr. 1851-59; 
subsequently stock broker, m. Margaret, dau. Samuel C. JefFeris. Address, 
44 W. Thirty-third St., N. Y. City. 

ROBERT PEARSALL MORTON. 

b. Phila., May 22, 1831. s. Samuel George Morton, M. D., and Rebecca 
Grellet Pearsall. Entered 1846, and left at the close of Soph. year. Pub- 
lisher. Corporal Col. Day's Blue Reserves Regt., Phila., during the emer- 
gency, 1862. m. Julia Van Der Burgh, dau. Ambrose White Wiltbank, 
Phila. Address, 715 Market St., Phila. 

fALFRED BLAND TUCKER (M. D., Richmond, Va., Med. Coll., 1851). 

b. Winchester, Va., Oct. 4, 1830; d. Savannah, Ga., Sept. 25, 1862. s. 
Hon. Henry St. George Tucker and Ann Evelina Hunter. Entered 1846, 
and left during the Fresh, year. Studied at Univ. Va. for several years. 
Physician. Prof. Med. Coll., Winchester, Va. Mem. Med. Soc. Va. Surg. 
Conf. Army, 1861-62. Was a frequent contributor to the medical journals, 
m. Eliza, dau. William Taylor, Charles co. , Va. 

fWILLIAM MANLOVE WHITEHEAD (A. B., Union Coll., 1850. A. M., Union 
Coll., 1853, andLewisburg [now Bucknell] Univ., gratise causa, i860. M. D., 
Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 1872). 

b. Phila., Dec. 23, 1823 ; d. Woodbury, N. J., Jan. 28, 1874. s. Thomas 
Willett Whitehead and Maria Elaway. Entered 1846, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Studied at Madison Univ., N. Y. Bapt. clergyman. Phy- 
sician. Chaplain 97th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1860-62. Published "Hist. 
Sketch of Great Valley Bapt. Ch." m. Eleanor Jennings, dau. George 
Beaston, Phila. 

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fWILLIAM ALCORN, A. M. 

b. , Ireland, Oct. 6, 1824; d. Charleston, S. C, . s. John 

Alcorn and . Entered Soph. Class 1848. Mem. Zelo. Studied at 

Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1852-53. Presb. clergyman. 

fALFRED GUSTAVUS BAKER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 18-^1 ; d. Phila., Dec. 20, 1892. s. Michael V. Baker 
and Caroline Shaw. Entered Soph. Class 1848. Pres. Zelo. Z. ^. Mcht., 
1856-70. Pres. Franklin Fire Ins. Co., Phila., 1S69-82. Pres. Nat. Bd. Fire 
Underwriters, N. Y. City, 1877-80. Pres. Am. Acad, of Music, Phila., 
1884-92. Vice-Pres. Alumni Soc, Coll. Dept, for many years, m. Hen- 
rietta Rush Fales. 



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+JOSEPH JOHNSON BROWN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 6, 1832 ; d. Phila., Aug. 13, 1S6S. s. David Sands Brown 
and Elizabeth Jones Johnson. Entered Soph. Class 1848. Mem. Zelo. 
Z. *. Merchant. 

^JOSEPH HALSTED CARROLL, A. M. (D. D., Hampden Sidney Coll., Va.. 
1867.) 

b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 21, 1833; d. Stillwater, Minn., Jan. 8, 1887. 
s. Rev. Daniel Lynn Carroll and Anna Turk Halsted. Entered Soph. Class 
1848. Mem. Philo. Studied at Del. Coll. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., 
Princeton, N. J., 1855. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Jamesburg, N. J., 
1855-58; " stated supply " Aiken, S. C, 1858-60; and So.Congl. Ch., New 
Haven, Conn., 1862-67; pastor So. Dutch Ref. Ch., New Haven, Conn., 
1867-69; and I^ee Ave. Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1869-71 ; and East Ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1872-76 ; and Newburgh, N. Y., 1876-81 ; and Stillwater, 
Minn., 1881-87. Chaplain 13th Brooklyn Regt. N. Y. N. G., 1869-76. Pub- 
lished a few sermons and addresses, m. ist, Buckalew, Jamesburg, N. J. ; 

2d, Mrs. Josiah I^ee, Balto. , Md. ; 3d, Christine, dau. Donald McDiarmid. 
i- ALFRED VICTOR du PONT, A. M. 

b. near Wilmington, Del., Apr. 18, 1833; d. Louisville, Ky., May 16, 
1893. s. Alfred du Pont and Margaretta Elizabeth L,a Motte. Entered 1847. 
Mem. Zelo. <i>. K. 2. Manufacturer. He built and endowed a Manual 
Training Sch. in Louisville and presented it to the city, 1892. 

fTHOMAS McAULEY FLEMING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 4, 1830; d. Phila., Oct. 10, 1855. s. Thomas Fleming 
and Clarissa T. Walton. Entered 1847. Mem. Zelo. Chemist and miner- 
alogist. 

ANDREW DOUGUSS HALL, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1854.) 

b. Hempstead, Queens co., N. Y.. July 2, 1833. s. Rev. Richard 
Drason Hall and Mary Douglass. Entered 1847. Mem. Zelo. Physician. 
Ship's surg., Atlantic trade. 1854. Resdt. Epis. Hosp., 1854-56, and Penna. 
Hosp., 1856-58. Surg. Wills Eye Hosp., 1863-91 ; and to St. Mary's Hosp., 
1867-72. Ophthal. Surg. St Clement's Dispen. , 1887 to date. Fell. Coll. Phys. 
Phila., 1863. Fell. Am. Ophthal. Soc; Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc, 1870; 
Am. Med. Assn., 1872 ; Penna. State Med. Soc, 1876. Acting Asst. Surg.' 
U. S. A., 1861-64, and served in the U. S. A. Hosps. in Phila. and its vicinity. 
A frequent contributor to medical literature, m. Rosalie, dau. Squier 
Littell, M. D., Phila. See Appleton, Atkinson, Ruschenberger. Address, 
1623 Spruce St., Phila. 

i-JOHN KEPPELE HELMUTH, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 30, 1832 ; d. Phila., Apr. 27, 1856. s. John Henry Hel- 
muth and Jannette Tod. Entered 1847. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman 
and asst. min. St. James the Less., Phila. 

i-THOIWAS LINNARD HILDEBURN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 1832 ; d. Phila., Feb. 28, i860, s. Samuel Hildeburn 
and Elizabeth Linnard. Entered Soph. Class 1848. Mem. Philo. 
JOHN ASPINWALL HODGE, A. M. (D. D., Coll. N. J., 1874.) 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1831. s. Hugh Lenox Hodge, M. D., Prof. Med. 
Dept., and Margaret Elizabeth Aspinwall. Entered 1847. Moderator Philo. 
Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1856. Presb. clergyman, 
and pastor First Ch., Mauch Chunk, Penna., 1857-65 ; and First Ch., Hart- 
ford, Conn., 1866-92. Prof. Lincoln Univ., Oxford, Chester co., Penna., 
1893 to date. Published ' ' What is Presbyterian Law as defined by the Church 
Courts? " " System of Theology of the Shorter Catechism ; " " Recognition 
after Death;" beside addresses, memoirs, tracts and sermons, m. Lottie 
G., dau. Richard C. Morse, N. Y. City. See Allibone. Address, Oxford, 
Chester co., Penna. 



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t MATTHEW McBRIDE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 27, 1830; d. Phila., Apr. 13, 1863. s. Francis McEride 
and Mary Smyth. Entered Soph. Class, 1848. Mem. Zelo. Clergyman 
Ref. Presb. Ch. Editor Banner of the Covenant, m. Mary Anne, dau. 
Rev. Gordon Y. Ewing, Pittsburgh, Penna. 

+ MALCOLM McEUEN* (and Harvard, 1855). A. M. (and Harvard, 1S58). 

b. Phila., July 23, 1831 ; d. Phila., Apr. 23, 1875. s. Thomas McEuen, 
M. D. (Class 1819), and Anne Middleton Izard. Entered 1847. Mem. Zelo. 
Lawyer. Served in the Conf. Army. Author " A Mosaic from Italy," a vol. 
of poems ; "Celebrities of the Past and Present." See Allibone. 

JAMES CHESTON MORRIS, A. M. M.D., 1854. 

b. Phila., May 28, 1831. s. Caspar Morris, M. D., and Anne Cheston, 
Entered 1845, and left at the close of Soph. year. 1847. Re-entered Senior 
Class 1850. Mem. Philo. *. B. K. Delivered the Latin oration. Physician. 
Phys. to Foster Home for Children ; Catharine St. Dispen.; Hosp. P. E. Ch., 
and The Sheltering Arms. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1856. Mem. Acad. Nat. 
Sci., 1854; Franklin Instit, Phila., 1870; Am. Phil. Soc, 1883; Phila. co, 
Med. Soc; Obstet. Soc, Phila.; Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Acad. Med.; Am. 
Public Health Assn.; Penna. Horticul. Soc, 1886. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. 
A,, 1862-63, and served in U. S. A. Hosps. in Phila. and at Gettysburg, 
Penna. Edited " Lehmann's Chem. Physiology" with notes. Author 
"The Milk Supply of Large Cities;" "The Water Supply of Phila.;" 
•'Annals of Hjgiene," etc. m. ist, Hannah Ann, dau. Isaac Tyson, 
Jr., Balto., Md. ; 2d, Mrs. Mar>' E. Stuart, dau. Lawrence Johnson, Phila. 
See Appleton, Atkinson, Allibone, Ruschenberger. Address, 1514 Spruce 
St., Phila. 

EDWARD DE LONG PORTER, A. M. (Ph. D., Del. Coll., 1881.) 

b. Linmouth, Rutland co., Vt., Aug. 12, 1829. s. Zachariah Porter and 
Nancy Nichols. Entered Soph. Class 1848. Moderator Philo. Valedic- 
torian. Teacher. Prof. Nat. Sci., and Civil Engr., Del. Coll., 1851-56, 
and Prof. Math. Astron. and Civil Engr. at same, 1856-69. Principal New 
London Acad., 1859-61; Principal Newark (Del.) Acad., 1861-73. Prof. 
Agricul. and Nat. Sci. Del. Coll., i£68-8o. Prof. Agricul. Univ. Minn., 
1880-89. Direc Minn. State Agricul. Expt. Station, 1887-89. Prof. 
Agricul. and Dean Coll. Agricul., Univ. Mo., 1889 to date. Direc. Mo. State 
Agricul. Expt. Sta. , 1889 to date. Comr. State Mo. at New Orleans Centennial 
Exposition, 1884-85. U. S. Pension Agt. Del., 1869-73. Mem. Acad. Nat. 
Sci., and Franklin Instit., Phila. Life mem. Minn. State Agricul. Soc. 
Adj. -Gen. with the rank of Brig. -Gen., State of Del., 1862-63. Comsy. 
Sergt. 7th Del. Regt. during the thirty days' "emergency" call, 1862. 
author " Handbook of Sorghum Culture," and of Minn. State and Mo. State 
Agricul. Reports, m. Mary A., dau. John Miller, Newark, Del. Address, 
Columbia, Boone co. , Mo. 

t EDWIN LANDIS REAKIRT, A.M. 

b. Phila., May 8, 1832 ; d. Phila., July 3, 18S8. s. Joseph Reakirt and 
Keziah Holcombe. Entered 1847. Mem. Zelo. A. '^. Studied at Univ. 
Heidelberg. Coal operator. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Direc. Northern 
Lib. Gas'Wk.s., and of County Fire Ins. Co. First Counsellor State in 
Schuylkill. Orderiy Sergt. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the three 
months service, 1861, and Sergt. during the "emergency" call. 1S62. m. 
Margaret, dau. Rear Admiral James L. Lardner, U. S. N. See Keith. 

tJOSEPH MORRISON RICHARDS, A.M. 

b. , Jan. II, 1832 ; d. . s. Joseph Richards and . Entered 

Junior Class, 1849. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Dickinson Coll. 

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fMATHIAS EDGAR RICHARDS, A.M. 

b. New Hanover twp., Montg. co., Penna., Mch. 31, 1830; d. Phila., 

Nov. 14, 1876. s. George Richards and Maria Mathias. Entered 1847. 

Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Private 25th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861. Adj. 

96th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., and served with the Army of the Potomac 

until the expiration of his term, 1864. Asst. Adj.-Gen. on the staflF of Gen. 

Bartlett. 
ROBERT WALN RYERSS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 8, 1830. s. Joseph Ryerssand Elizabeth Wain. Entered 

1847. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Pres. Phila. Soc. for the Prevention of Cruelty 

to Animals. Address, 605 Walnut St. , Phila. 
JOSEPH KING TURNER VAN PELT, A. M. (M. D, Jeflf. Med. Coll., 1854.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 31, 1833. s. Rev. Peter Van Pelt, Jr. , D. D. (Class 1818), 

and Abby Ann King Turner. Entered 1847. Mem. Zelo. Physician, m. 

Josephine, dau. Samuel Smyth. Address, 1528 Spruce St., Phila. 

+ GEORGE WEBSTER,* A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 18, 1832 ; d. Pittsburgh, Penna., June 5, 1884. s. Rev. 

Chauncey Webster and . Entered 1847. Mem. Zelo. Was a student 

in the Med. Dept. for a short time. Journalist, teacher, and Presb. clergy- 
man. Asst. editor Phila. Daily Register ; teacher in Rev. Dr. John W. 
Faires' Classical Instit., Phila.; evangelist in Nebraska and Cincinnati;: 
principal Granville Female Sem., Licking co., O., 1870-75 ; pastor Zanes- 
ville, and other localities in Ohio, 1877-80; and of 8th Ch., Southside, 
Pittsburgh, Penna., 1882-84. Published " A Presentation of the Grammar 
of New English, beginning with the Age of Elizabeth ; " also a number of 
sermons and addresses, m. . 

Non-Graduates. 
fTHEODORE AUNER. 

b. Phila., Sept. 2, 1831 ; d. Phila., Jan. 3, 1863. s. Joseph Gosner Auner 
and Mary Ann Witman. Entered 1847, and left at the close of Soph, year. 
Merchant, m. Julia Ryan. 
HENRY AUGUSTUS COIT (A. B., St. James' Coll., Md., 1851. A. M., St. James' 
Coll., Md., 1854. D. D., Trinity Coll., Conn., 1863, and Columbia Coll., 
1887. LL. D., Yale, 1891). 

b. Wilmington, Del., Jan. 20, 1831. s. Joseph Rowland Coit and Harriet 
Jane Hard. Entered 1847, and left at the close of Fresh, year. P. E. clergy- 
man and educator. Rector St. Paul's Sch., Concord, N. H., 1856 to date. 
Trustee Trinity Coll., Conn., for four years. He has published numerous 
sermons and addresses, and has contributed to periodical literature, m. Mary 
Bowman, dau. Charles Wheeler, Phila. See MmiselVs Am. Ances., vol. v. 
Appleton. Address, Concord, N. H. 

ANDREW CHEVES DULLES (A. B, Yale, 1853. A. M., Yale, 1856). 

b. Phila., July i, 1832. s. Joseph Heatly Dulles and Margaret Welsh. 
Entered 1847, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. Insurance 
broker, m. Mary Bartow C, dau. William S. Crothers, Phila. Address, 
319 So. Twelfth St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM MONTELIUS FULLER. 

b. , Oct. 24, 1832 ; d. . s. Oliver Fuller and . Entered 1847, 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

JAMES WRIGHT HAZLEHURST (A. B., Trinity Coll., Conn., 1851). 

b. N. Y. City, Jan. i, 1832. s. Abram M. Hazlehurst and Catherine B. 
Holmes. Entered Soph. Class 1848, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Clk. Fidelity Ins., Trust and Safe Dep. Co., Phila., 1866 to date. Address, 
1226 Walnut St., Phila. 
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fGEORGE OSMAN IDE. 

b. Passumpsic, Vt., Nov. 25, 1831 ; d. Evanston, 111., Feb. 7, 1885. s. 
Rev. George B. Ide, D. D., and Harriet Walker. Entered Junior Class 1849, 
and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Madison Univ., 
N. Y. Lawyer, m. Helen M., dau. Cassander Ide, M. D., Princeton, 111. 

CHARLES VINTON McKINLEY. 

b. Phila., Feb. 24, 1832. s. William McKinley and Margaret Ann Mc- 
MuUen. Entered 1847, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Bookkeeper. 
Address, 161 7 Race St., Phila. 

tGEORGE MORTON. 

b. Phila., Dec. 21, 1832 ; d. Phila., May 14, 1850. s. Samuel George 
Morton, M. D., and Rebecca Grellet Pearsall. Entered 1847, and left at the 
close of Fresh, year. 

t LEWIS WALN RALSTON. 

b. Phila., Aug. 26, 1832 ; d. Chestnut Hill, Phila., July, 1873. s. Robert 
Ralston and Anne Boote. Entered Soph. Class 1848, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Iron broker. Capt. and Lieut. -Col. 109th Penna. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., 1862-64. Was wounded in the battle of Cedar Mt., Va. 

t SAMUEL EMLEN RANDOLPH. 

b. Phila., June 7, 1832; d. Phila., Dec. 8, 1872. s. Jacob Randolph, 
M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Sarah Emlen, dau. Philip Syng Physick, 
M. D., Prof. Med. Dept. Entered 1847, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Anna, dau. Da\id Lewis, Phila. 

HORACE JOHN SMITH. 

b. Phila., Dec. 10, 1832. s. John Jay Smith and Rachel Collins Pearsall. 
Entered 1847, and left first term Soph. year. Merchant. Contributor to 
current literature, m. Margaret, dau. William W. Longstreth, Phila. See 
Keith. Address, 6 E. Peun St., Gtn., Phila. 

ROBERT TAYLOR. 

b. , Aug. 12, 1830. s. . Entered 1847, and left at the close of 

Soph. year. 

WILLIAM WHITE. 

b. Phila., Sept. 5, 1832. s. William White, Jr. (Class 1829) and Sarah 
Frederica Brinton. Entered 1847, and left during the Fresh, year. Engr. 
and surveyor. Mem. U. S. Coast Surv., 1849-50. Mem. U. S. Comn. to 
determine boundary between U. S. and Mexico., 1850-53. Mem. U. S. 
survey of the thirty-fifth parallel route for the Atlantic and Pacific R. R., 
1853-54. Planter in Cal., and mcht. in New Mexico for a few years. Re- 
sumed surveying in 1861. City Engr. Santa Fe, New Mexico ; Surv. Santa 
F^ CO.; U. S. Deputy Land Surv., and U. S. Mineral Deputy Surv. ist Lieut, 
of a company to protect the city of Santa Fe from a threatened attack of 
Conf. Army, 1862. m. Peregrina Muniz. Address, Santa F^, New Mexico. 
See Montgomery s Col. Thomas White and his Descdts.. 

1852. 

MORRIS JOSEPH ASCH, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1855.) 

b. Phila., July 4, 1833. s. Joseph M. Asch and . Entered 1848. 

*. K. 2. Physician. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., Aug. 5, 1861, and resigned Mch. 
31, 1873. Brvt. Capt. and Brvt. Major, Mch. 13, 1865, for faithful and 
meritorious service. See Atkinson. Address, 5 W. Thirtieth St., N. Y. 
City. 

WILLIAM KENNEDY BARCLAY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 22, 18^2. .s. Andrew C. Barclay and Myra Kennedy. 
Entered 1848. m. Caroline Heiskell. Address, 4015 Chestnut St., Phila. 



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WILLIAM FOSTER BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. i8, 1834. s. Edward Craig Biddle (Class 1S33) and Hetty 
H.Foster. Entered Junior Class 1850. Mem. Zelo. Z. ^. Civil engineer. 
Ironmaster. Mining pngineer. Principal asst. engr. 111. Cen. R. R., 1856- 
60. Div. Supdt. Ohio and Miss. R. R., 1860-61. Mngr. Freedom Iron 
Wks., 1864-65. Vice-Pres. Lehigh Coal and Nav. Co., 1866-68. Pres. 
Freedom Iron and Steel Co., 1869-71. Direc. and Pres. Phila. Music Festival 
Assn., 1883-87. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Am. Soc. Civil Engrs. ; Am. 
Instit. Mining Engrs. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. ; Mil. Order Loyal Legion 
U. S. A. D. C, with rank of Capt. U. S. Vols., on the staflFof Gen. Geo. B. 
McClellan, U. S. A., Dec, 1861 to Apr., 1863. Published papers on scien- 
tific and musical subjects, m. Emily A. , dau. John W. Leavitt, N. Y. City. 
See Descdts. Clement Biddle, Autobiog. of Charles Biddle. Address, 4305 
Spruce St., Phila. 
JOHN THOMAS CARPENTER, A. M. M. D., 1855. 

b. Pottsville, Penna., June 27, 1833. s. James Stratton Carpenter, M. D., 
and Camilla Sanderson. Entered second term Junior year 185 1. Mem. 
Zelo. Pres. med. class, 1855. Physician. Pres. Schuylkill co. Penna. Med. 
Soc, 1876. Pres. Penna. State Med. Soc, 1880. Mem. Am. Med. Assn.; 
Fell. Am. Acad. Med., and Assn. Am. Phys. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. 
Surg. Penna. State Trps., Apr., 1861. Surg. 5th Penna. Reserves Regt., 
July, 1861. Brigade Surg. U. S. Vols., 1861-62. Med. Direc. Dist. Ohio, 1862. 
Pres. U. S. A. Med. Examining Bd., Cincinnati, O., 1862-63. Med. Inspec. 
So. West, Louisville, Ky., 1864. Contributions to medical literature, beside 
reports and addresses, m. ist, Eliza A., dau. Charles M. Hill ; 2d, Annie 
E., dau. Nathaniel Shaw. See Keith, Atkinson. Address, Pottsville, 
Penna. 
i-DORSEY COX, A. M. 

b. Coxville, Bucks co., Penna., 1832 ; d. Phila., June 13, 1893. s. James 
Cox and Elizalieth Physick, dau. John Syng Dorsey, M. D., Prof. Med. 
Dept. Entered 1848. Moderator Philo. Teacher. Prof. Math. Burlington 
Coll., N. J., 1854-56. m. Mary,^dau. H. P. Truefitt. 
i-BRINTON COXE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 3, 1833; d. Drifton, Penna., Sept. 15, 1892. s. Hon. 
Charles Sidney Coxe (Class 1808) and Ann Maria Brinton. Entered 1848. 
Moderator Philo. Lawyer. Pres. Hist. Soc. Penna., 1884-93. Translated 
Guterbock's " Bracton and His Relation to the Roman Law," and left a 
posthumous treatise on the Constitution of U. S., unpub. m. Maria Middle- 
ton, dau. Joshua Francis Fisher, Phila. See Memoir by David W. Sellers, 
Keith, Allibone. 
HENRY AUGUSTUS DUHRING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 23, 1834. s. Henry Duhring and Caroline A. Oberteuflfer. 
Entered Soph. Class 1849. Mem. Zelo. Z. ^. Manufacturer, m. Anna 
L., dau. Joseph Warner Johnson, Phila. Address, 121 So. Sixteenth St., 
Phila. 
RICHARD JAMES DUNGLISON, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1856.) 

b. Balto., Md., Nov. 13, 1834. s. Robley Dunglison, M. D., LL. D., 
Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Harriette Leadam. Entered 1848. Mem. Philo. 
Phys., and to Burd Orphan Asyl., and to Penna. Instit. for Blind. Fell. 
Coll. Phys. Phila., 1863. Mem. Penna. State Med. Soc, 1867; Acad. Nat. 
Sci. Phila., 1874; Sec. Centennial Med. Com., 1875-76; Sec. Intemat. Med. 
Cong. Phila., 1876; Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc, 1863. Pres. Musical Fund 
Soc. Phila. Treas. Am. Med. Assn., 1877 to date. Sec and Treas. Am. Acad. 
Med., 1878 to date. Corres. Sec Alumni Assn. Jeff. Med. Coll. Acting Asst. 
Surg. U. S. A., 1862-65, and served in the U. S. A. Hosps. in Phila., being 
the Exec Officer Filbert St., Phila., Hosp., 1864-65. Author " Practitioner's 
Reference Book ;" "The Present Treatment of Disease." Editor " Dungli- 
son's Med. Diet. ;" and of "Hist, of Med. ;" and of " Coll. and Clinical 
Record," etc. m. Violette Fisher, dau. Timothy Drake. S&Q Appleton, 
Atkinson, Allibone, Ruschenberger. Address, 814 N. Si?cteenth St., Phila. 



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ALFRED ELWYN,* A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 24, 1832. s. Alfred William Langdon Elwyn and Mary 
Middleton Mease. Entered 1848. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman. Sec. 
Soc. P. E. Ch. for Promotion Evan. Knowledge, and of Am. Ch. Misny. 
Soc. P. E. Ch. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. 
Helen Maria, dau. Rev. Heman Dyer, D. D. Address, 1422 Walnut St., 
Phila. 
CHARLES HARE HUTCHINSON, A. M. 

b. Lisbon, Portugal, Feb. 13, 1833, while his father was U. S. Consul 
there, s. Israel Pemberton Hutchinson and Margaretta Hare. Entered 
Soph. Class 1849. Mem. Philo. <t>. K, 2. <J>. B. K. Lawyer. Pres. Ath- 
enaeum Phila. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. ; Direc. 
Penna. Acad. Fine Arts. See Keith. Address, 161 7 Walnut St., Phila. 

BENJAMIN LEE, A. M. Ph. D., 1878. (M. D., Med. Coll. N. Y., 1856.) 

b. Norwich, Conn., Sept. 26, 1833. s. Rt. Rev. Alfred Lee, D. D., 
LL. D., and Julia White. Entered Junior Class 1850. Mem. Zelo. 4>. B. K. 
Physician. Sec. and Exec. Officer State Bd. Health Penna., 1885 to date. 
Mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Pres. Am. Acad. Med.; Treas. Penna. State Med. 
Soc; Am. Orthopaedic Assn.; Medico-Legal Soc. U. S.; Ninth Intemar. 
Med. Cong.; Phila. co. Med. Soc; Med. Jurisp. Soc. Phila; Social Sci. Assn. 
Phila. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Surg. 22d Regt. N. Y. N. G. in the 
service of U. S., June-Aug., 1S62, and July, 1863. Author "The Correct 
Principles of Treatment of Angular Curvature of the Spine ;" " Tracts on 

Massage ; " Annual Reports State Bd. Health Penna., 1885 . Editor Am. 

Med. Monthly, 1862 ; beside numerous contributions to med. literature, m. 
Emma Hale, dau. Norman White, N. Y. City, See Appleton, Atkinson, 
Allibone. Address, 1532 Pine St., Phila. 

BENONI LOCKWOOD, A. M. 

b. Providence, R. I., Jan. 31, 1834. s. Benoni Lockwood and Amelia 
Cooley. Entered Soph. Class 1849. Moderator Philo. A. ^. Merchant. 
Lieut., Capt. and Maj. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861-64. m. Florence, 
dau. Hon. James Ashton Bayard, Wilmington, Del. See Keith. Address, 
114 E. Eighteenth St., N. Y. City, 
t RICHARD LUDLOW, A.M. 

b. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1833 ; d. Phila., June 5, 1874. s. Rev. John 
Ludlow, D. D., LL. D,, Provost, and Catlyntje Van Slyck Ryley. Entered 
1848. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1863. Direc Public 
Sch., Phila. 
MATTHEW HUIZINGA MESSCHERT, A.M. LL. B, 1854. 

b. Phila., Mch. 2, 1831. s. Huizinga Messchert and Elizabeth Albertine 
Stoever. Entered Soph. Class 1849. Mem. Zelo. Attended Prof. J. Peter 
Lesley's lectures on geology, Sci. Dept., 1873. Lawyer. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1873; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Franklin Inst. Phila.; Hist. Soc. Penna. 
m. Elmira, dau. William McKenty, Address, Douglassville, Berks co,, 
Penna. 
tSAMUEL BROWN WYLIE MITCHELL, A.M. M. D., 1854. 

b. Phila., Aug. 16, 1828; d. near Phila., Aug. 16, 1879. s. Archibald 
Mitchell and Jane Eliza Matthews. Entered Soph. Class 1849. Mem. Philo. 
Physician. Resdt. Phila. Ho.sp. Phys. Northern Home for Friendless 
Children. Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc; Hist. Soc. Penna. and of Del. 
Founder Mil. Order of Loyal Legion, U. S., and of the *. K. 2. Fraternity. 
Surg. i8th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., and subsequently of 8th Penna. Cav. 
U. S. Vols., 1861-65. Surg. -in-Chief 2d Brigade, Cav. Div., Army of the 
Potomac, and assigned as Surg, in charge of Cav. Corps Hosp., City Point, 
Va. Brvt. Lieut. -Col. for gallant and meritorious serNaces in the field, Apr., 

* Since the death of his father he has assuiutd L,angdon as a middle name. 



1852] COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 181 

1866. Received from Surg.-Gen. Barnes, U. S. A., the decoration of the 
Med. StaflF of the U. S. A., the only volunteer surgeon thus honored, m. 
Ellen, dau. Jesse Lukens Keene, U. S. N. 

ISAAC NORRIS, JR., A. M. M. D., 1855. 

b. Phila., June 12, 1834. s. Isaac Norris (Class 182 1) and Mary Pepper. 
Entered 1848. Mem. Philo. Physician and teacher. Phys. Phila. Dispen., 
and Lrincoln Instit., and Church Home for Children. Prof. Chem. Phila. 
HighSch., 1866-76. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1865, and its Sec, 1885-88. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1872 ; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1861 ; and of Biol, 
and Micros. Section of same, and its Treas., 1872 ; Franklin Instit., Phila., 
1866; Hist. Soc. Penna. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1862-66, and served 
in the Mower, McClellan and Filbert St., U. S. A. Hosps., in Phila. and its 
vicinity, m. Clara Lamb. See Keith. Address, 127 So. Twenty-second 
St., Phila. 

GEORGE PATTON, A. M. (D. D., Hamilton Coll., N. Y., 1890.) 

b. Ireland, Dec. 24, 1828. s. Samuel Patton and Margare. Cuneston. 
Entered 1848. Mem. Zelo. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Geneva, N. Y., 
for nearly sixteen years; and of 3d Ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1871 to date, 
m. Isabella, dau. Richard McElroy. Address, Rochester, N. Y. 

JOSEPH GEORGE ROSENGARTEN, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 14, 1835. s. George D. Rosengarten and Elizabeth Ben- 
nett. Entered 1848. Mem. Zelo. *. B. K. Studied at Univ. Heidelberg, 
1856-57. Lawyer. Vice-Pres. House of Refuge, Glen Mills, Penna. ; and 
of Alumni Soc, Coll. Dept. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. ist Lieut. andCapt. 
I2ist Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-64, and served on the staff of Maj.- 
Gen. John F. Reynolds. Author " The German Soldier in the Wars of the 
United States ; " addresses, etc. Translator Capt. Max von Eelking's " The 
German Allied Troops in the North American War of Independence." See 
Appleton, Allibone. Address, 1532 Chestnut St., Phila. 

tCHARLES FREDERICK TAGGART, A. M. 

b. Winchester, Va., May 3, 1833 ; d. Warrenton, Va., 1863, from wounds 
received at the battle of Bealton Station, Va. s. Daniel Taggart and Caro- 
line Baker. Entered 1848. Mem. Zelo. Maj. 2d Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 
1861-63. 
fWILLIAM LEHMAN WELLS, A. M. M. D., 1856. 

b. Phila., Feb. 21, 1834 ; d. at sea, Apr. 27, 1883. s. John Dagworthy 
Wells and Ann Younges Lehman. Entered 1848. Mem. Philo. Z. *. Phy- 
sician. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1863. Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1866 ; Acad. 
Nat. Sci. Phila., 1863. See Keith, Atkinson, Ruschenberger. 

fGEORGE SPENCER WEST, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 15, 1831 ; d. Phila., Oct. 23, 1890. s. Joseph English 
West and Hannah P, Stewart. Entered Junior Class 1850. Mem. Zelo. 
Lawyer. 

Non-Graduates. 

EDWARD WEBSTER APPLETON (A. B., Rutgers Coll., 1852. A. M., Rutgers 
Coll., 1855. D. D., Rutgers Coll., 1873). 

b. Bedford Spgs., Penna., Mch. 30, 1834. s. Christopher Appleton and 
Elizabeth Hewetson. Entered 1848, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 
1857. P. E. clergyman, and asst. rector St. John's, Lancaster, Penna., 1857 
-59, and rector of the same, 1859-61 ; and St. Michael's, Trenton, N. J., 
1862-65; and St. Paul's, Cheltenham, Penna.. 1867 to date. Mem. Am. 
Soc. Adv. Sci. m. Sarah Newell, dau. George Louis Mayer, Lancaster, 
Penna. Address, Ashbourne, Montg. co., Penna. 



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SAMUEL ETHERINGTON APPLETON (A. B., Rutgers Coll. , 1852. A. M., Rutgers 
Coll., 1855. D. D., Rutgers Coll., 1876). 

b. Bedford Spgs., Penna., Mch. 30, 1834. s. Christopher Appleton and 
Elizabeth Hewetson. Entered 1848, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 
1857. P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Paul's, Columbia, Penna., 1857-60; 
and Ch. of Mediator, Phila., i860 to date. m. Jane Augusta, dau. John 
W. Stout, New Brunswick, N. J. Address, 1804 DeL<ancey Place, Phila. 

ALBERT DABADIE BACHE. 

b. Phila., May 23, 1832. s. Franklin Bache, M. D. (Class 1810), Prof. 
JefiF. Med. Coll., and Aglae Dabadie. Entered 1848, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Passed Asst. Paymaster U. S. N., 1866. Pay- 
master, 1868 to date. m. Agla^, dau. Brig. -Gen. Hartman Bache, U. S. A. 
Address, 3407 Walnut St., Phila. 

t GEORGE EARP BENSON. 

b. Phila., Sept. 15, 1833; d. Phila., Oct., 1866. s. Gustavus Smith 
Benson (Class 1823) and Elizabeth Shallcross. Entered 1848, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Banker. 

t HENRY CLIFFORD CAVE. 

b. Phila., Mch. 4, 1833 ; d. Phila., Sept. 19, 1852. s. Thomas Cave and 
Sarah T. Hollinshead. Entered 1848, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. 
JOHN ANDREWS HARRIS, D. D., 1886. (A. M., Coll. N. J., gratiae causa, 1855.) 

b. Phila., July 15, 1834. s. Rev. N. S. Harris and . Entered Junior 

Class 1850, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Z. *. P. E. 
clergyman, and rector St. Paul's, Chestnut Hill, Phila. m. Almy S. Hale. 
Address, Chestnut Hill, Phila. 

ALBERT HEWSON. 

b. Phila., Dec. 15, 1834. s. Thomas Tickell Hewson, M. D. (Class 1789), 
and Emily Banks. Entered 1848, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Sec. of a number of railroad companies connected with the Penna. 
R. R. system, m. Rachel, dau. Rabbi Isaac Cohen Marcellus. Address, 4651 
Gtn. Ave., Phila. 
fTHOMAS JEFFERSON HIMES (A. B., Jeff. Coll. [now Wash, and Jeff.Coll.], 
Penna., 1852. A. M., Jeff. Coll., 1855). 

b. near St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 8, 183 1 ; d. in a railroad accident near 
Shippensburg, Penna., Jan. 9, 1862. s. George Washington Himes and 
Johanna Sturgis. Entered Soph. Class 1849, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Phila. Coll. Phar. Wholesale druggist, Rock 
Is., 111. m. Helen Himes. 

t JAMES BAYARD HODGE. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1833; d. Phila., Dec. 11, 1850. s. Hugh Lenox 
Hodge, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Margaret Elizabeth Aspinwall. 
Entered 1848, and died during his studentship. Mem. Philo. *. K. 2. 
t FRANCIS ALBERT LEWIS. 

b. Phila., May 25, 1833 ; d. Rye Beach, N. H., Aug. 22, 1883. s. Law- 
rence Lewis and Anna Maria Stocker. Entered 1848, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Z. *. m. Anna, dau. Hon. William Brad- 
ford Reed, LL.D. (Class 1822). 
fWILLIAM McCALLA McKEEN. 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1S33 ; d. So. Easton, Penna., May 26, 1872. s. Henry 
McKeen and Martha McLeod. Entered 1848, and left at the close of Soph, 
vear. O*. K. S. Studied at Lafayette Coll., 1850. Cotton manufacturer, 
"i.st Lieut. 118th Penna. Regt. (Com Exchange) U. S. Vols., Aug., 1862, to 
Mch., 1863, when he was honorably discharged for disability caused by a 
severe wound received in the battle at Sheperdstown, W. Va., Sept. 20, 1862. 
m. Annie Louisa Adler. See Coffin's Men 0/ Lafayette. 



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ANDREW ADAMS REPKA. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 1833. s. Joseph Ripka and Catherine Guger. En- 
tered Junior Class 1850, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
*. K. 1. Studied at Coll. N. J., 1848-49. Cotton manufacturer, subsequently 
miner and smelter of iron. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Capt. 
119th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Aug., 1862; resigned and honorably dis- 
charged for disability, Mch., 1863. m. Laura T., dau. William H. Greenough. 
Address, Falmouth, Mass. 

+JOSEPH ENGLES SAMPLE (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1853). 

b. Phila., July 23, 1832 ; d. Fort Vancouver, Washington Terr., Aug. 

27, 1872. s. Archibald Sample and . Entered Soph. Class 1849, ^"d 

left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Lafayette Coll., 
1851-52. Surgeon. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., Aug., 1861. Brvt. Capt. and 
Brvt. Major, Mch., 1865, for faithful and meritorious service during the wai. 
Was stationed at Fort Porter, Buffalo, and in Oregon. See Coffiji^s Men of 
Lafayette. 

+ HENRY SUDDARDS, M. D., 1853. 

b. Hull, Eng., Mch. 17, 1832 ; d. Phila., Dec. 15, 1856. s. Rev. William 
Suddards, D. D., and Jane Ansdale. Entered 1848, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Physician. 

fWILLIAM SWAIM. 

b. Phila., May 4, 1833; d. . s. James Swaim and . Entered 

1848, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Was a cadet at U. S. Mil. Acad., 
West Pt. 

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RICHARD ASHHURST, A.M. LL. B., 1861. 

b. Phila., June 28, 1833. s. Lewis Richard Ashhurst (Class 1824) and 
Mary Hazlehurst. Entered Soph. Class 185 1. Z. -i. Lawyer. Treas. 
Wharton R. R. Switch Co., Phila. Vice-Pres. Law Acad. Phila., 1863. 
m. Elizabeth Welsh, dau. Joseph R. Evans. Address, 1524 Pine St., Phila. 

JOHN KENNEDY BARCLAY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 19, 1835. s. Andrew C. Barclay and Myra Kennedy. 
Entered Soph. Class 1850. Mem. Zelo. Dealer in oils. m. Mrs. De Silver. 
Address, 4044 Chestnut St., Phila. 

JAMES CORNELL BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 3, 1835. s. James Cornell Biddle and Sarah Caldwell 
Keppele. Entered 1849. Mem. Philo. Z. i'. Civil engineer. Merchant. 
Manufacturer. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Private 17th Penna. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861; ist Lieut. 27th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-62, 
and served on the staff of Brig.-Gen. Thomas Williams and on that of Brig - 
Gen. James B. Ricketts. Appointed Major and additional A. D. C, 1862, and 
fr. May, 1863, to the surrender of Gen. Lee was A. D. C. on the staff of Maj.- 
Gen. George G. Meade. WasbrevettedLt.-Col. U. S. Vols., Aug., 1864, and 
Col. U. S. Vols., Apr., 1865, for faithful and meritorious service, m. Gertrude 
Gouvemeur, dau. Hon. William Morris Meredith (Class 1812). SeeDescdfs. 
Clement Biddle. Address, 1326 Spruce St., Phila. 

ROBERT COMLY CORNELIUS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 26, 1834. s. Robert Cornelius and Harriet Comly. En- 
tered Soph. Class 1850. Mem. Zelo. Manufacturer, m. Ann Elizabeth, 
dau. Justice Cox, Phila. Address, Knoxville, Pittsburgh, Penna. 

fZACHARIAH POULSON DOBSON, A. M. LL. B., 1856. 

b. Phila., Feb. 22, 1833 ; d. Phila., May 30, 1873. S- Judah Dobson and 
. Entered 1849. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 



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t JAMES HERVEY DUNLAP. 

b. Wilkesbarre, Penna., May 3, 1834; d. Phila., Nov. 9, 1853. s. Rev. 
Robert Dunlap (Class 1827) and Ellen Eliza Cist. Entered 1849. Mem. 
Philo. 
fWILLIAM HENRY DURBIN, A.M. 

b. Carlisle, Penna., Nov. 22, 1835 ; d. N. Y. City, 1858. s. Rev. John 
Price Durbin, D. D., and Frances B. Cook. Entered Soph. Class 1850. 
Moderator Philo. Ironmaster. 

f WILLIAM FRANCIS JUDSON, A.M. I^L. B, 1856. 

b. Phila., May 12, 1833 ; d. Phila., Mch. 4, 1870. s. Rev. Albert Judson 
and Mary Bumham. Entered Soph. Class 1850. Valedictorian. Lawyer. 
Was solicitor for a large number of Phila. corporations, m. Isabella, dau. 
Cyrus W. Field, N. Y. City. 

f DANIEL SMITH MERRITT, A.M. M. D., 1857. 

b. N. Y. City, Feb. 11, 1835 ; d. Phila., Apr. 11, 1869. s. John Clapp 
Merritt and Mary Ann Tatem. Entered 1849. Mem. Philo. Physician. 
Phys. Catharine St. House of Industry, 1861-62. m. Emma, dau. George 
Nelson Allen. 

CHARLES HERMAN NORTON, A. M. 

b. , Mch. 23, 1833. s. Plerman Norton and . Entered Junior 

Class 185 1. Mem. Philo. Studied at the Univ. City of N. Y. Clerk. 

HENRY NEILL PAUL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 9, 1835. s. John Rodman Paul, M. D. (Class 1820), and 
Elizabeth Duffield Neill. Entered Soph. Class 1850. Moderator Philo. 
Z. ■*. Civil engr. Camden & Amboy, and Belvidere Del. R. R., 1853-60. 
Treas. Washin^on Mills, Gloucester, N. J., 1860-86. Vice-Pres. Penna. Co. 
for Ins. on Lives and Granting Annuities, 1886-93, and Pres. of same to 
date. m. Elizabeth S. Paul. See Rodman Family, Neill Family. Ad- 
dress, 1521 Pine St., Phila. 

ROBERT EARP RANDALL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 29, 1834. s. Josiah Randall and Ann Worrell. Entered 
second term Soph, year 1850. Mem. Zelo. Z. ^. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Legis., 1 87 1. Corporal and subsequently Lieut. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. 
during the three months service, 1861, and again in 1862. Penna. Comr. to 
visit Gen. McClellan's Army when on the Peninsula, Va. m. Agnes, dau. 
Nicholas Luning, San Francisco. Address, 1301 Walnut St., Phila. 

FAIRMAN ROGERS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 15, 1833. s. Evans Rogers and Caroline Augusta Fairman. 
Entered 1849. Mem. Zelo. Z. ^. <t>. B. K. Teacher. Civil engineer. 
Lecturer on Mechanics Franklin Instit., Phila., 1853-64. Prof Civil En- 
gineering, 1855-64. Connected with the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Surv. at 
different times. Trustee, 1871-85. Mem. Nat. Acad, of Science and its 
Treas.; Am. Phil. Soc, 1857; Am. Soc. Civil Engrs.; Hist. Soc. Penna. 1st 
Sergt. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the three months campaign, 1861. 
Made survey of River Potomac for U. S. Coast and Geodetic Surv., 1862. 
Served as volunteer engr. officer with Penna. militia during the Antietam 
and Gettysburg campaigns. Subsequent to the War was Capt. First Trp. 
Phila. City Cav. Author " Magnetism of Iron Vessels ; " " Combinations of 
Mechanism representing Mental Processes;" beside numerous reports and 
pamphlets on engineering and mechanical subjects, m. Rebecca H., dau. 
John I'. Gilpin, Phila. See Appleton, Allibone. Address, Newport, R. I. 

GIDEON SCULL, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., May 26, 1833. s. Gideon Scull and Lydia Ann Rowan. En- 
tered Soph. Class 1850. Moderator Philo. Z. t. Insurance business. 
Sers'ed in U. S. N. as Admiral's Sec, 1S58-61. Comsy. Subsistence U. S. 
Vols, with the rank of Capt., afterward of Col., 1S61-66. When mustered out 
of service was Chief Comsy. Dept. Mo. m. Marie Seller, Canton Benie, 
Switzerland. Address, 85 Water St., Boston. Mass. 



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+ ALBERT HOLMES SMITH, A.M. M. D., 1856. 

b. Phila., July 19, 1S35 ; d. Phila., Dec. 14, 1885. s. Moses B. Smith, 
M. D., and Rachel Doate ButTough. Entered 1849. Mem. Zelo. Physician. 
Phys. to Nurses' Home and Lying-in Charity, and Woman's Hosp., and 
House of Refuge, Phila., 1864-70. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1863. Mem. 
Am. Med. Assn., 1878; Am. Phil. Soc, 1878; Obstet. Soc, Phila., and its 
Pres.; Phila. co. Med. Soc, and its Pres.; Am. Gynaecol. Assn., and its 
Pres.; Hon. Mem. Gynaecol. Assn., Gt. Britain. A frequent contributor to 
medical literature, m. Emily, dau. Charles Kaighn, Kaighn's Point, N. J. 
See Memoir by James Tyson, M. D. Atkinson, Ruschenberger. 

EDWARD WHITEHEAD SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 9, 1836. s. Thomas M. Smith and Mary Cressop White- 
head. Entered Soph. Class 1850. Mem. Zelo. lyawyer. Private First 
Trp. Phila. City Cav., and served in the three mos. campaign, 1861. m. 
Sarah, dau. David Cady. Address, Morristown, N. J. 

+ GEORGE WARNER, A. M. 

b. , Oct. 24, 1835 ; d. . s. E. W. Warner and , Entered 

Soph. Class 1850. Mem. Philo. 

Non-Graduates. 
t JAMES CLENDINING. 

b. Belfast, Ireland, June 4, 1832 ; d. . s. Charles Clendining and 

. Entered 1849, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. 

t JOHN PRICE DURBIN, JR. (A. B., Wesleyan Univ., Conn., 1853). 

b. N. Y, City, Jan. 22, 1834 ; d. Saratoga Spgs., N. Y., Sept. 10, 1870. 
s. Rev. John Price Durbin, D. D., and Frances B. Cook. Entered 1849, and 
left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Served as a 
private 7th Regt. N. Y. N. G. in several calls during the Civil War. 

WILLIAM STANLEY HASELTINE (A. B., Harvard, 1854. A. M., Harvard, 1858). 
b. Phila., June 11, 1835. s. John Haseltine and Elizabeth Stanley 
Shinn. Entered Soph. Class 1850, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Studied art in N. Y. City, Diisseldorf and in Rome. Artist. 
Mem. Nat. Acad., 1861. Among his chief works are "Indian Rock, Na- 
hant;" " Calm Sea, Men tone ;"" Bay of Naples ;" "Venice;" " Ruins of 
a Roman Theatre, Sicily;" "Natural Arch at Capri," etc. m. ist, Helen, 
dau. Josiah L,ane, N. Y. City ; 2d, Helen, dau. Charies Marshall, N. Y. City. 
See Appleton. Address, Palazzo Altieri, Rome, Italy. 

ISAAC NEWTON HIMES (A. B., JeflF. Coll., [now Wash, and Jeflf. Coll.,] Penna., 
1853. A. M., JeflF. Coll., 1856. M. D., Coll. Phys. and Surgs., N. Y. City 
1856). 

b. Shippensburg, Penna., Dec. 4, 1834. s. George Washington Himes 
and Johanna Sturgis. Entered third term Fresh, year 1849, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Student in Med. Dept. Studied in Paris, 
Berlin and Vienna. Physician. Interne Bellevue Hosp., N. Y. City, 
1855-56. Asst. Resdt. Phys. Nursery Hosp., Randall's Id., N. Y., 1858-60. 
Phys. to Lakeside Hosp., and to Cleveland City Hosp. Prof. Anat. Cleve- 
land Med. Coll., 1863. Prof. Physiology Cleveland Med. Coll., 1871-78. 
Prof. Pathology Med. Dept. Western Reserve Univ., 1878 to date. Mem. 
Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Acad. Med.; Cuyahoga co., O., Med. Soc; Ohio State 
Med. Soc; Soc. Med. Sci. Cleveland, O.; Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. 
Asst. Surg, and Surg. 73d O. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. m. Mrs. Mary 
Vincent Read, dau. John Anderson Vincent, Cleveland, O. Address, 60^ 
Prospect St., Cleveland, O. 

WILLIAM HUSTON. 

b. Phila., June 4, 1832. s. Robert Mendenhall Huston, M. D., Prof. 
JeflF. Med. Coll., and Hannah West. Entered 1849, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Artist, m. Almira, dau. Clayton B. Rogers. 
Address, Lawrence Sta., L. I., N. Y. 



1 86 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1853 

WILLIAM RANSOM JOHNSON. 

b. Halifax Ct. House, Va., Mcli. 6, 1834. s. John E. Johnson and . 

Entered Soph. Class 1850, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. 
Philo. Clergyman. 

t EDWARD JONES. 

b. Phila., 1825 ; d. . s. Joseph Jones and , Entered second 

term Fresh, year 1850, and left second term Senior year. Mem. Zelo. 

+JOHN KINTZING KANE (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1855). 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1833 ; d. Summit, N. J., Mch. 22, 1886. s. Hon. 
John Kintzing Kane and Jane Duval Leiper. Entered Soph. Class 1850, and 
left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Z. ^. Physician. Surg. 
Arctic Exped. which went to the relief of his brother, Dr. Elisha Kent 
Kane, U. S. N., 1856. Pres. Del. Med. Soc. Phys. to the Penna. R. R, 
stationed at Wilmington, Del. Centennial Comr. Del., 1876. Acting Asst. 
Surg. U. S. A. stationed at Cairo, 111., and Chester, Penna., U. S. Hosps., 
1861-64. m. Mabel, dau. Hon. James Ashton Bayard, Wilmington, Del. 
See Scharf's Hist. Del. 

fCHARLES IZARD McEUEN. 

b. Phila., Oct. i, 1833; killed in the van of his regt. at the battle 
of Lewis Farm, Va., Mch. 29, 1865. s. Thomas McEuen, M. D. (Class 1819), 
and Anne Middleton Izard. Entered 1849, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. Had a ranche in Texas until the beginning of the Civil War. Sec. 
Pub. Com. Union League, Phila., 1863. Adj. 198th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 
1864. Major, 1865. 

WILLIAM MOSS (M. D., Jeflf. Med. Coll., 1855). 

b. Phila., May 2, 1833. s. Joseph L. Moss and Julia Levy. Entered 
1849, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Z, ^. Physician. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1864. Surg. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861-62. 
m. Mary, dau. Charles Acciola de Noronha. Address, Chestnut Hill, 
Phila. 

EDWARD TUCKERMAN POTTER (A. B., Union Coll., 1853). 

b. Schenectady, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1831. s. Rt. Rev. Alonzo Potter, D. D., 
LL. D., and Sarah Maria Nott. Entered Soph. Class 1850, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Architect. Mem. Am. Instit. Architects. Awarded 
Am. Instit. Medal, 1890. Published "A Theorj- of the Origin and 
Transmission of Organic Form ;" " Problems of concentrated Residence 
Investigated;" "Study of New York's Tenement House Evils;" " Im- 
provements *in Portable Sectional Buildings;" " Improvement in Magic 
Lantern Slides," etc. m. Julia Maria, dau. Hon. Richard M. Blatchford, 
U. S. Minister to Rome. See Appleton. Address, 119 E. Twenty-first St., 
N. Y. City. 

tJAMES PARKE FARLEY SHIPPEN. 

b. Farlev. near Bristol, Penna., Aug. 9, 1833 ; d. , Apr. 19, 1853. 

s. William Shippen, M. D. (Class 1810), and Mary Louisa Shore. Entered 
1849, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Z. if. See Keith. 

SAMUEL GRANT SMITH. 

b. Phila., Jan. 29, 1835. s. William Taylor Smith and Mary Grant. 
Entered Soph. Class 1850, and left at the close of first term Senior year. 
Mem. Philo. Merchant, m. Emma, dau. William C. Graham, Phila. Ad- 
dress, 4018 Spruce St., Phila. 

JOHN THORN STONE. 

b. Phila., Nov. 13, 1833. s. Jonas E. Stone and . Entered vSoph. 

Class 1850, and left at the close of Soph. year. <1>. K. 2. 



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JOHN HENRY TENGLEY. 

b. Phila., June 16, 1833. s. Clement Tingley and Harriet Milner. 
Entered 1849, and left at the close of second term Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. 
Studied at Williams Coll., 1851-52. Publisher. Manufacturer, m. Catherine 
Slesman, dau. Charles Love Scott. Address, Mt. Airy, Phila. 

t HENRY COURTLANDT WHELAN. 

b. Phila., Jan. 8, 1835 ; d. Phila., Mch. 2, 1864, of consumption induced 

by exposure while in the U. S. service, s. William E. Whelan and . 

Entered 1849, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. ist Lieut. 
17th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., during the three months service, 1861. 
Capt., Maj., and Lieut.-Col. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861-64, 

1854. 

fHEMAN ALOYSIUS ALLEN, « A. M. 

b. St. Albans, Vt., Aug. 11, 1836; d. Chicago, 111., Jan. 27, 1893. s. 
George Allen, LL. D., Prof. Gr. Lang, and Lit., and Mary Hancock With- 
ington. Entered 1850. Mem. Philo. Gr. Salutatorian. Teacher. Prof. 
Eccles. Music, R. C. Theol. Sem., Chicago, 111. Author, " School for the 
Violin ; " " Church Music," etc. m. Clara, dau. Edward Niles. 

JOSEPH HUBLEY ASHTON, A.M. (LL. D., Georgetown Coll., [now Univ 7 
D. C, 1872.) -■ 

b. Phila., Mch. 11, 1836. s. Daniel Rambo Ashton and Elizabeth Josiah 
Marsh. Entered 1850. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Prof. Pleading, Pract. and 
Evid., Law Dept., Georgetown Coll., D. C. Asst. Atty.-Gen. U. S., 1868- 
69. Published "Discussion of the Law of Citizenship and National Pro- 
tection;" " Opinions of Attorneys General U. S.," vols. 9, 10, 11 and 12 ; etc. 
Address, Washington, D. C. 

fTHOMAS JEFFERSON ASHTON, A. M. LL. B., 1856. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Dec. 31, 1831 ; d. Phila., Feb. 21, 1882. s. Thomas P. 

Ashton and . Entered Soph. Class 1851. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. 

Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. ist Lieut. 71st Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols.,' 
Jan., 1862. Resigned and honorably discharged July, 1862. Capt. 44th 
Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., July to Aug., 1863, when honorably mustered out. 

fTHEODORE AUGUSTUS DEMME, A. M. M. D., 1857. 

b. Phila., Feb. 8, 1834 ; d. Schooley's Mt., N. J., 1880. s. Rev. Charles 
Rudolph Demm^, D. D., and Marianne Schafer. Entered Soph. Class 1851. 
Mem. Zelo. Valedictorian. Physician, m. Emma Louisa, dau Charles 
Theis, Phila. 

t FRANK MARX ETTING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1833; d. Phila., June 4, 1890. s. Benjamin Etting 
and Harriet Marx. Entered Soph. Class 1851. Mem. Zelo. Z. ■¥. Lawyer 
Direc. Pub. Sch. Phila. Chief Hist. Dept. Centennial Exhibition, 1876! 
Farmer. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1875 ; Hist. Soc. Penna. Paymaster 
U. S. A., with the rank of Major, 1861. Chief Paymaster U. S. A., 1864-67 
Brvt. Lieut.-Col. U. S. Vols., 1865. Brvt. Lieut. -Col. U. S. A 1867 
Chief Paymaster U. S. A. on the staff of Maj. -Gen. McDowell, for disbursing 
reconstruction fund, 1868. Published "An Historical Account of Independ- 
ence Hall ;" brochures on various historical events and persons, on practical 
agriculture and breeding of cattle, and on Kindergarten instruction, m. 
Alice Taney, dau. James Mason Campbell, Balto., Md. See Allibone 

fABRAM WORRELL FELTUS, A. M. 

b. Woodville, Wilkinson co.. Miss., Oct. 6, 1833 ; d. in battle at Spott- 
sylvania, Va., May 12, 1864 s. Abram Morrell Feltus and Eliza A. Ventress. 
Entered Soph. Class 1851. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Lieut.-Col. i6th Miss. 
Regt. Conf. Army, 1861-64. 
• Known subsequently as Heman Allen. 



1 88 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1854 

f GEORGE HOGG, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 4, 1833 ; d. Phila., June 13, 1863. s. William Hogg and 
Mary Harvey. Entered 1850. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Theol. Sem. Ref. Presb. 
Ch., Phila., 1854-57 (but ill health restrained him from being ordained) . 
U. S. Consul Id. of Trinidad, W. I., 1861-63. 

tJAMES HOWELL HUTCHINSON, A. M. M. D., 1858. 

b. Cintra, Portugal, Aug. 3, 1834, while his father was U. S. Consul 
there; d. Phila., Dec. 27, 1889. s. Israel Pemberton Hutchinson and Mar- 
garetta Hare. Entered 1850. Moderator Philo. *. K. 2. Physician. 
Resdt. Penna. Hosp.; Phys. to same, 1868-89 ; and Hosp. P. E. Ch., 1863-68, 
and Children's Hosp. Trustee, 1878-89. Direc. Phila. Library Co., and of 
Nat. Bank of Commerce. Mem. Pathol. Soc. Phila., 1858, and its Pres., 
1871-73; Phila. CO. Med. Soc; Obstet. Soc. Phila.; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 
1858; Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1863; Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1884; Assn. 
Am. Phys. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., and was detailed to Satterlee U. S. 
A. Hosp., Phila., 1862-65. Author "Typhoid Fever," in " System of Med. 
by American Authors," and of numerous original papers and reviews in 
medical journals. Edited Bristowe's " Practice of Medicine," etc. m. Ann 
Wilcocks, dau. Hon. Charles IngersoU, Phila. See Keith, Atkinson, 
Ruschenberger. 

JOHN BRITTIN McCORKELL, A. M. 

b. Londonderry, Ireland, Nov. 12, 1835. s. Graham McCorkell and 
Mary Brittin. Entered Junior Class Apr., 1853. Mem. Zelo. Presb. 
clergyman, m. Mary Ann, dau. John Orr. Address, 2035 Pemberton St., 
Phila. 

COOPER SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 29, 1836. s. John Correy Smith and Matilda WikoflF. 
Entered 1850. Mem. Philo. Commission merchant. Private First Trp. 
Phila. City Cav., and served during the three months service, 1861. m. 
Elizabeth W., dau. Capt. James West. Address, 258 So. Twenty-first St. 
Phila. 

WILLIAM THOMSON, A. M. 

b. Kilmarnock, Scotland, June 2, 1832. s. John Thomson and Margerj- 
McCall. Entered second term Soph, year 1852. Moderator Philo. Presb. 
clerg>'man. Moderator N. J. Synod, 1886-87. m. ist, Henrietta Lawrie, 
Phila. ; 2d, Mary Clarke Green, Easton, Penna. Address, Stewartsville, 
N.J. 

+ HENRY VETHAKE TOTTEN, B. S. 

b. Phila., Nov. 19, 1837 ; d. at sea, on his return home, of chagres fever 

contracted at Panama, C. A., 185-. s. George Muirson Totten and . 

Entered Soph. Class 1851. Mem. Philo. Civil engr., and was engaged as 
asst. to his father in the construction of the Panama R. R. 

ALFRED WHARTON, A. M. M. D., 1857. 

b. Phila., Sept. 25, 1835. s. Francis Rawle Wharton and Juliana 
Matilda Gouverneur. Entered second term Fresh, year 185 1. Mem. Philo. 
Physician, m. Susan, dau. John B. Budd. See Wharton Family. Address, 
St. Paul, Minn. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON WHITE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 21, 1835. s. Henry White and Jane . Entered 

1850. Mem. Zelo. Bookkeeper, m. . Address, 1745 N. Seventeenth 

vSt., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 
JOHN EDWIN BARNES. 

b. , Sept. 25, 1829. s. . Entered 1859, and left at the close of 

Fresh, year. 



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WILLIAM BLANCHARD. 

b. Phila., July 24, 1835. s. William A. Blanchard and Maria E. Blakis- 
ton. Entered second term Fresh, year 185 1, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Mem. Zelo. Z. ^. Bookseller and publisher. Private First Trp. 
Phila. City Cav. during the three months service, 1861. ist L,ieut. 2d U. S. 
Cav., Nov. 1861-65. Address, 15 11 Walnut St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM POTTER GRIER, M. D., 1858. 

b. Pittsburgh, Penna., Dec, 1834; d. by the explosion of a steam- 
boat boiler on the Arkansas River while on his way to join his com- 
mand at Port Gibson, Ark., Jan. 8, 1866. s. Hon. Robert Cooper Grier, 
Justice Sup. Ct. U. S., and Isabella Rose. Entered 1850, and left at the 
close of Fresh, year. Studied at Brown Univ. and at Coll. N. J. Surgeon. 

Surg. 111. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1862-66. m. 

Caroline, dau. Isaac Smith, Phila. 

tJESPER MORRIS HARDING. 

b. Phila., Aug. 25, 1835 ; d. Phila., Jan. 2, 1890. s. Jesper Harding and 
Maria Wilson. Entered Soph. Class 185 1, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Mem. Zelo. Journalist and publisher. Insurance business. Notary 
public and commissioner. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1859. m. Eva, dau. Hon. 
Alfred Hennen, New Orleans, La. 

LOUIS PHILIP HENOP. 

b. Norfolk, Va., July 3, 1835. s. Frederick Lewis Henop and Juliana 
Dickinson. Entered Soph. Class 185 1, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Zelo. Stock-broker. Lieut. Engr. Corps Conf. Army, 1861-65. ^^ 
Alice, dau. John T. Seeley. Address, Union Club, N. Y. City. 

fALFRED HORNER. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1834; d. Phila., Feb. 10, 1891. s. William Edmonds 
Horner, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Elizabeth Welsh. Entered 1850, and 
left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Manufacturer. Private First 
Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the three months service, 1861, and again in 
1863. 

FRANCIS DAVID HOSKINS, A. M., gratite causa, 1886. 

b. Phila., Oct. 28, 1834. s. Francis Hoskins and Anne Estelle Higgin- 
botham. Entered 1850, and left at the close of first term Junior year. 
Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 
1861. P. E. clergyman. Warden Seabury Divin. Sch., Fairibault, Minn., 
1884-88. m. Mary Smith, dau. Thomas Emlen Franklin. Address, Fort 
Hamilton, N. Y. 

GEORGE HOPPIN HUMPHREYS (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1856). 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1834. s. May Humphreys and Mary Anne Hoppin 
Entered Soph. Class Apr. i, 1851, and left during the Senior year. Z, *. Phy 
sician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp., Phila., 1856-58. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. 
N. Y. Acad. Med. Surg. 9th N. Y. Regt. U. S. Vols., with the rank of Major, 
1861-63, during which period he was Med. Direc. 3d Div. 9th Army Corps. 
Joint translator with Chas. E. Hackley, M. D. (Class 1856), "Niemeyer's 
Textbook of Practical Medicine." m. Emilie Julia, dau. Maj.-Gen. James 
Barnes, U. S. Vols. See Allibo7te. Address, 23 E. Forty -seventh St., N. Y. 
City. 

CHARLES HENRY BOND LYON. 

b. , Aug. 14, 1834. s. John C. Lyon and . Entered 1850, and 

left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Z. *. 

fCARSWELL McCLELLAN (A. B., Williams Coll., 1855. A. M., Williams Coll., 
1858). 

b. Phila., Dec. 3, 1835 ; d. St. Paul, Minn., Mch. 6, 1892. s. Samuel 
McClellan, M. D., and Margaret Carswell Ely. Entered 1850, and left at the 



IQO UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1854 

close of Fresh, year 185 1. Civil engineer. Engr. Hannibal & St. Joseph 
R. R. ; and of Dom Pedro R. R., Brazil ; and of St. Louis, Vandalia & Terre 
Haute R. R.; and of Northern Pacific R. R.; and of St. Paul R. R., etc., 
1867-81. U. S. Civil Asst. Engr., 1881-92. Ensign 32d N. Y. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., May to Sept., 1862. Topog. Asst, Asst. Adj. -Gen. and special A. D. C. 
on the Staff of Gen. A. A. Humphreys, U. S. A., June, 1862, to Apr., 1864. 
Asst. Adj. -Gen. ist Div. Cav. Corps Army of Potomac, and of 3d Div. 5th 
Army Corps. He was wounded at the battles of Malvern Hill and of Gettys- 
burg, and was taken prisoner in the fight for the Weldon R. R., Aug., 1864, 
but was paroled Nov., 1864, when he resigned. Author " Personal Memoirs 
and Military History of U. S. Grant, versus the Record of the Army of the 
Potomac." m. Annis, dau. Vines Da\ns, Collinsville, 111. See Appleton, 
Allibone. 

+ ELY McCLELLAN (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1856). 

b. Phila., Aug. 3, 1834; d. Chicago, 111., May 8, 1893. s. Samuel 
McClellan, M. D., and Margaret Carswell Ely. Entered 1850, and left at the 
close of Fresh, year. Studied at Williams Coll., 1851-53. Physician, and 
practiced in Phila. until 186 1. ist Lieut, and Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1861 ; 
Capt. and Asst. Surg., 1866; Major and Surg., 1876-91; Lieut. -Col. and 
Deputy Surg.-Gen., 1891-93. Published " History of the Cholera Epidemic 
of 1873 iri the U. S.;" "The internal Administration of Chloroform;" 
"Obstetrical Procedures among Aborigines ;" " The Treatment of Diseases 
of the Respiratory Organs by Aboriginal Medications," etc. m. Emily 
Hopkins, dau. Joshua Tevis, Phila. See Appleton. 

tHARDMAN PHILIPS MONTGOMERY. 

b. "Eglinton" near Rhinebeck, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1834; d. Marysville, 
Cal., Jan. 22, 1870. s. John Crathorne Montgomery and Elizabeth Henrietta 
Philips. Entered Soph. Class 1851, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Lawyer. See Keith. 

THOMAS GEORGE MORTON, M. D., 1856. 

b. Phila., Aug. 8, 1835. s. Samuel George Morton, M. D., and Rebecca 
Grellet Pearsall. Entered 1850, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. ^. 
Surgeon. Resdt. St. Joseph's Hosp., 1856; and Wills' Eye Hosp., 1857; 
and Penna. Hosp., 1857-58. Surg. Wills' Eye Hosp., 1859-74; and Emer. 
Surg., 1874 ; Consult. Surg. Penna. Instit. for Blind, 1862 ; Surg. Penna. 
Hosp., 1864 to date. Pathologist and Curator Penna. Hosp., 1860-64 ; Surg. 
Jewish Hosp., 1870; Surg., and a founder of the Orthopaedic Hosp., 1867 ; 
Phys. Howard Hosp., 1865-75 ; Consult. Surg. Penna. Instit. for Deaf and 
Dumb, 1885; Surg. Woman's Hosp., 1870; Prof Clinical and Operative 
Surg. Phila. Polyclinic Coll.; Comr. Public Charities, Penna., 1883. Chmn. 
Lunacy Com. Penna., 1886 to date. Comr. for erection of Norristown, 
Penna., State Insane Hosp. Pres. Am. Soc. for Restriction of Vivisection, 
1885-86. Vice-Pres. Soc. for Protection of Children from Crueltv. Fell. 
Coll. Phy.s. Phila., 1861. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1856; Am. Med. 
Assn., 1864; Phila. co. Med. Soc; Phila. Acad. Surg.; Am. Surg. Assn., 
1880. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1862-64 ; and Consult. Surg, to Mower 
U. S. A. Hosp., Chestnut Hill, Phila., 1863; and to the U. S. A. Hosp. 
(Fifth and Buttonwood Sts., Phila.), which he organized, 1863. He intro- 
duced the ward-carriage into the Penna. Hosp., 1866 ; the bed-elevator and 
carriage in 1874, and in 1876 received the Centennial medal that was awarded 
for his hospital ward dressing-carriage. He has published numerous profes- 
sional papers : " Lecture on the Transfusion of Blood and its practical 
Application;" with Dr. William Hunt "Surgery of Penna. Hosp.," etc. 
m. Ann W., dau. Thomas Story Kirkbride, M. D., LL. D. ^^o. Appleton, 
Allibone, Ruschenberger. Address, 142 1 Chestnut St., Phila. 

HENRY PRENTISS SLOAN. 

b. Phila., July 25, 1836. s. Henry Sloan and Caroline Worrell. En- 
tered 1850, and left at the close of Junior year. IMem. Zelo. Manufacturer. 
m. , Address, Linwood, Del. co., Penna. 



1855] COI.I.EGE DEPARTMENT. I9I 

i-DUANE WILLIAMS. 

b. Phila., Jan. 3, 1833; d. Phila., Aug. 3, 1863. s. Charles Williams 
and Mary Duane. Entered 1850, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
*. K. 2. Lawyer, m. Alice, dau. Richard Norris, Phila. 

1855. 

t RICHARD ASHHURST BOWIE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 8, 1836; d. Phila., Feb. 16, 1887. s. Thomas Latimer 
Bowie (Class 1826) and Catherine H. Ashhurst. Entered second term Soph, 
year 1853. ^- "^^ Lawyer, m. Louisa, dau. Hon. Richard Henry Bayard, 
Del. See Keith. 

t DANIEL PENROSE BUCKLEY, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 15, 1836; d. in battle at Gaines Mill, Va., July 4, 

1862. s. Clement Adam Buckley (Class 1811) and Sarah Penrose. Entered 
1851. Z. t. Lawyer. Capt. 3d N. J. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-62. 

tTHOMAS KITTERA CONRAD, A. M. (D. D., Penna. Coll., Gettysburg, 1868.) 
b. Phila., Jan. 19, 1836; d. Wayne, Del. co., Penna., May 28, 1893. 
s. Harry Conrad and Hannah S. Kay. Entered Soph. Class 1852. Mem. 
Philo. P. E. clergyman, and rector All Saints', Phila.; Calvary, Gtn., Phila.; 
St. John's, Clifton, Staten Id.; Ch. of the Heavenly Rest. N. Y. City ; Ch. 
of the Transfiguration, Phila.; St. Paul's, Phila.; St. Mary's Memorial Ch., 
Wayne, Penna., 1886-93. Mngr. Drexel Instit., Phila. Author "Prayer," 
essays, occasional sermons and contributions to periodical literature, m. 
Anne, dau. John Fries Frazer, LL. D. , (Class 1830) Vice-Provost and Prof. 
Nat. Phil, and Chem. 

SAMUEL DICKSON, A. M. LL. B., 1859. 

b. Newburgh, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1837, s. Samuel Dales Dickson and Maria 
Gillespie. Entered Soph. Class 1852. Moderator Philo. 4>. K. i. <I>. B. K. 
Valedictorian. Lawyer. Trustee, 1882 to date. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1884 ; 
Hist. Soc. Penna. Was a member of the Phila. Home Guards during the 
Civil War. m. Fanny Hazard. Address, 901 Clinton St., Phila. 

SIMON GRATZ, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 20, 1838. s. Edward Gratz and Caroline Vandever. 
Entered 185 1. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Asst. City Solicitor Phila. Mem. 
Penna. Legis., 1859. Mem. Bd. Public Ed., and Bd. Revision of Taxes, 
Phila. Mem Hist. Soc. Penna. Address, 518 Walnut St., Phila. 

JAMES J. HARRINGTON, B. S. 

Entered Sci. course 1853. Mem. Zelo. 

•hWILLIAM DEWEES HAYS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 19, 1836 ; d. Phila., Jan. 23, 1866. s. Isaac Hays, M. D. 
(Class 1816), and Sarah Minis. Entered 1851. Z. ^. Supdt. and engr. 
Harrisburg Div. Northern Central R. R. 

tHUGH LENOX HODGE, A. M. M. D., 1858. 

b. Phila., July 30, 1836; d. Phila., June 16, 1881. s. Hugh Lenox 
Hodge, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Margaret Elizabeth Aspinwall. 
Entered 1851. Moderator Philo. Gr. Salutatorian. Physician. Resdt. 
Penna. Hosp., 1858-60. Demstr. Surg., 1863 ; andof Anat., 1S70-81. Surg. 
Children's Hosp., 1864 ; and to Presb. Hosp., 1872. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 

1863. Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1870; Pathol. Soc. Phila., and its Pres., 
1876 ; Obstet. Soc. Phila. ; Phila. co. Med. Soc. ; Penna. State Med. Soc. 
Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., and attached to Satterlee U. S. A. Hosp. Phila., 
1862, and served with the Penna. Reserve Corps, 1863-65. Published "Note 
Book on Ovarian Tumors," and numerous articles in medical journals, m. 
Harriet Roosevelt, dau. Charles W. Woolsey. See Memoir by William G. 
Porter, M. D. {Class 1867), Appleton, Atkinson, Ruschenber'ger. 



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t GEORGE ROBERTS INGERSOLL. 

b. Phila., Apr. 12, 1836; d. in a railroad accident, Burlington, N. 
J., Aug. 29, 1855. s. Harr}' Ingersoll and Sarah Emlen Roberts. Entered 
Soph. Class 1852. Z, i'. See Keith. 

SAMUEL LAIRD, A. M. (D. D., Thiel Coll., Penna., 1886.) 

b. New Castle co., Del., Feb. 7, 1835. ,s. Samuel Laird and Maria 
Kunckel. Entered Soph. Class 1852. Mem. Philo. Law student for a 
short time. Luth. clergyman, and pastor St. Mark's Ch., Phila. Has pub- 
lished a number of sermons and addresses, m. Mary Andelucia, dau. 
Alexander Nelson Easton. Address, 1314 Spring Garden St., Phila. 

JOHN MACRELiSH McGRATH, A. M. M. D., 1858. 

b. Phila., July 25, 1834. s. Robert McGrath, M. D., and Eliza A. Mac- 
relish. Entered Soph. Class 1852. Mem. Philo. 4>. K. 2. Physician. 
Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Surg. , with the rank of Major, 23d 
Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Nov., 1861 to Jan., 1862, and of 78th Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols., Apr., 1862 to June, 1863. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1863 ; 
resigned Mch., 1866. m. Eliza Coffin, dau. Charles H. Shinn. Address, 
115 So. Seventeenth St., Phila. 

ALEXANDER WILLIAM MITCHELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 6, 1836. s. Alexander W. Mitchell, M. D., and . 

Entered Soph. Class 1852. Mem. Philo. '^. K. 2. 

t EDWARD COPPEE MITCHELL, A. M. (LL. D., Hobart Coll., N. Y., 1876.) 

b. Savannah, Ga., July 24, 1836; d. Phila., Jan. 25, 1886. s. John 
James Mitchell, M. D., and Eliza Coppee. Entered third term Soph, year 
1853. Z. ^. Studied at Trinity Coll., Conn., 1851-52. Lawyer. Vice- 
Provost Law Acad. Phila., 1877-86. Prof. Law of Real Estate, Convey- 
ancing and Equity Jurisp., 1873-86. Dean Law Dept., 1873-86. Mem. 
Penna. State Bd. Pub. Charities; and of Fairmount Park Comn., 1884-86. 
Author "Separate Use in Penna.;" "Contracts for the Sale of Lands in 
Penna.;" "Real Estate and Conveyancing in Penna.;" etc.; and edited 
"Tudor's Leading Cases." m. Eliza C, dau. Rt. Rev. William Bacon 
Stevens, D. D., LL. D. See Appleton, Allibone. 

WILLIAM BICKNELL MORRIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 17, 1836. s. Robert Morris and . Entered Junior 

Class 1853. Mem. Zelo. 

JOSEPH DODGSON NEWLIN, A. M. D. D., 1886. (LL. D., Griswold Coll., 

la., 1889.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 8, 1833. s. John Smith Newlin and Catharine Hains. 
Entered Soph. Class 1852. Moderator Philo. Z. i'. P. E. clergyman. 
Asst. min. St. Mark's, Phila., 1857-60, and rector Ch. of the Incarnation, 
Phila., i860 to date. Mngr. Hosp. P. E. Ch., Phila. Address, 532 Marshall 
St., Phila. 

tJOHN BEAUCLERC NEWMAN. 

b. Phila., Dec. i, 18^5 ; d. Phila., July 12, 1856. s. James Lyle Newman 
and Eugenia Mifflin. Entered 1851. Mem. Philo. Was a student in the 
Med. Dept. 

EFFINGHAM PEROT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 10, 1837. s. Joseph Perot and Sarah Wistar Morris. 
Entered 1 85 1. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Cashier Commonwealth Nat. Bk., 
Phila., 1872-92. Asst. cashier 7th Nat. Bank, Phila., 1892 to date. Mem. 
Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; Hist. Soc. Penna. m. Mary Elena, dau. 
Henry N. Burroughs, Phila. Address, 229 So. Eighth St., Phila. 

tJOHN SMITH POWELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1832; d. Phila., Nov. 30, 1S85. s, George Powell, 
M. D., and . Entered Soph. Class 1852. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. 



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EDMUND RANDOLPH ROBINSON (and Harvard 1856.) A.M. (and Harvard, 

i860. LL. B., Harvard, i860). 

b. Phila., Mch. 5, 1838. s. Moncure Robinson and Charlotte Randolph 

Taylor. Entered 185 1. Z. ^. Lat. Salutatorian, Harvard Univ. Lawyer. 

Mem. Supervisory Bd. Civil Service, N. Y. City, 1884-89. m. Augusta, 

dau. Hon. John Jay, U. S. Minister to Vienna. Address, 23 Washington 

Sq., N., N. Y. City. 
GEORGE HOUSTOUN WARING, A. M. 

b. Savannah, Ga., Dec. 22, 1833. s. William Richard Waring, M. D., 

and Annie Moody Johnston. Entered 185 1, Mem. Philo. Z. i'. Planter. 

Manufacturer. Capt. and Maj. Conf. Army, 1861-65. Col. on the staflF of 

Gen. J. B. Gordon when Gov. of Ga. m. Ella Susan, dau. Rev. Charles 

Wallace Howard. Address, Cement, Bartow co., Ga. 

Non-Graduates. 

GEORGE KIRTLEY BOWEN. 

b. Manchester, Eng., May 12, 1835. s. William E. Boweu and Eliza- 
beth Kirtley. Entered Sci. course 1852, and left 1853. Mem. Philo. A. ^, 
Apprentice Norris Locomotive Wks., Phila., 1853-55. Civil engr. Lebanon 
Valley R. R., 1855-57, and of Phila. and Reading R. R., 1858-59. Farmer, 
1866-72. Clerk, 1872-75. Civil engr. Midvale Steel Wks., 1875-82. Post- 
master Camden, Neb., 1882-84. Justice of Peace and farmer. Private 
Washington Grays of Phila. during the three months sei-vice, 1861. Capt. 
3d Penna. Artill. U. S. Vols., and Lieut.-Col. i88th Penna. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., 1862-65. m. ist, Virginia G., dau. Milton Smith ; 2d, Harriet M., dau, 
Hon. Asa P. Horner, Camden, N. J. Address, Bertrand, Phelps co.. Neb. 

HORACE GUSTAVUS BROWNE. 

b. Phila., Nov. 11, 1835. s. Peter Arrell Browne and . Entered 

Soph. Class 1852, and left at the close of Junior year. Z. t. Lawyer, m. 
Mary, dau. Joseph Swift, Phila. 
t CHARLES MANDES DA COSTA (A. B., Columbia Coll., 1855. A. M. , Columbia 
Coll., 1858). 

b. Id. of St. Thomas, W. I., May 5, 1837 ; d. N. Y. City, June 22, 1890. 
s. John M. Da Costa and R. Yulee. Entered 185 1, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Lawyer. Chmn. Am. Bar Assn.'s Examining Com. Direc, 
of several Western railroad companies. Trustee Columbia Coll., 1886-90. 

fWILLIAM KELLUM FOSTER. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. . Entered Soph. Class as a 

partial student, Jan., 1853, and left during the Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

JOHN KRETER KARCHER. 

b. Friedensburg, Schuylkill co., Penna., Mch. 26, 1835. s. Jacob 

Karcher and . Entered Soph. Class 1852, and left at the close of Soph. 

year. Studied at Marshall Coll., Penna. Luth. clergyman. Cha]:)lain 
114th Penna. P^egt. U. S. Vols., 1862-63. Address, 2446 Nicholas St., Phila. 

fALEXANDER ROBINSON. 

b. , Aug. 12, 1823 ; d. . s. . Entered as a partial student, 

Apr., 1853, and left at the close of Junior year. 

fWILLIAM FREDERICK ROGERS. 

b. Phila., May 10, 1835 ; d. Paris, France, Dec. 9, 1S57. s. William 
Evans Rogers and Harriette Phebe Ruggles. Entered 1851, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Z. *. 

t HENRY AUGUSTUS SCHEETZ. 

b. , Sept. 2^, 1S35 ; d. . s. John Hocker Scheetz (Class iS:i) 

and Margaret Plumsted. Entered 185 1, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
See J^eiih. 






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WILLIAM HENRY WHYTE. 

b. , Dec. 13, 1834. s. Isaac H. Whyte and . Entered 1851, 

and left at the close of Fresh year. 
t HENRY ALBERT YARDLEY (A. B., Yale, 1855. A. M., Yale, 1858). 

b. Phila., Dec. 10, 1834; d. Middletown, Conn., Apr. 3, 1882. s. 
Thomas H. Yardley, M. D., and Sarah W. Johnson. Entered 185 1, and left 
at the close of Fresh, year. Studied in Germany and traveled in Switzer- 
land, Italy and England, and on his return home studied law for a short 
time in Phila. Tutor Yale, 1858-59. Studied theologj^ in New Haveri and 
in N Y. P. E. clergyman, and rector Lenox, Mass. Prof. Christian 
Evidences and Homiletics Berkeley Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Middletown, 
Conn., 1864-8*. Contributor to religious periodicals, m. Jane Andrews, 
dau. John Andrews Woolsey, New Haven, Conn. 

1856. 

GEORGE STANISLAUS ALLEN,"" A. M. 

b. Newark, Del., Jan. 22, 1838. s. George Allen, LL. D., Prof. Gr. 
Lang, and Lit., and Mary Hancock Withington. Entered 1852. Mem. 
Philo. Lawyer. Clk. War Dept., Washington, D. C, 1862-71 ; elk. Bald- 
win Locomotive Wks. , 1871-83. Teacher of music, 1884 to date. m. Pnscilla 
Turner, dau. Chalkley Trayhem Holloway. Address, 3300 Hamilton St., 
Phila. 

RICHARD LEWIS ASHHURST, A.M. LL.B., 1859. 

b. Naples, Italy, Feb. 5, 1838, while his parents were traveling in 
Europe, s. John Ashhurst (Class 1826) and Harriet Eyre. Entered 1852. 
Moderator Philo. <l>. B. K. Class Vice-Pres. Gr. Salutatorian. Lawyer. 
Mem. Law Assn., Phila.; Am. Phil. Soc, 1884; Hist. Soc. Penna.; Penna. 
Soc. Sons of Revo.; Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Vice-Dean Shak- 
■spere Soc, Phila. Mngr. Athenaeum, Phila. ist Lieut, and Adj. 150th 
Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Aug., 1862-63. Wounded at the battle of Gettys- 
burg, July I, 1863. Brvt. Capt., 1865; Brvt. Maj., 1865. m. Sarah, dau. 
John Fries Frazer, LL.D., (Class 1830), Vice-Provost and Prof. Nat. Phil, and 
Chem. Address, 1830 Spruce St., Phila. 

WILLIAM HENRY BADGER, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 4, 1835. s. Hon. Samuel Badger and . Entered 

Junior Class 1854. Moderator Philo. Z. ^. P. E. clergyman. Journalist, 
m. . Address, 4108 Spruce St., Phila. 

CADWALADER BIDDLE, A. M. LL. B., 1859. 

b. Phila., Oct. 28, 1837. s. James Cornell Biddle and Sarah Caldwell 
Keppele. Entered 1852. Z. ^. Lawyer. Sec. of the Trustees, 1862-82. 
Gen. Agt. and Sec. Penna. State Bd. of Pub. Charities, 1885 to date. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1880; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; Hist. Soc. Penna. See 
Descdts. Clement Biddle, Autobiog. Charles Biddle. Address, 1420 Wal- 
nut St. , Phila. 
EDWARD COLES, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 26, 1837. s. Hon. Edward Coles and Sally Logan 
Roberts. Entered Soph. Class 1853. Z. ^. Lawyer. Sec. Penna. Instit. for 
Blind, Phila. m. Elizabeth M.,dau. St. George Tucker Campbell (Class 
1832). See Keith. Address, 1734 Chestnut St., Phila. 

FRANCIS BARTLETT CONVERSE, A. M. 

b. Richmond, Va., June 23, 1S36. s. Rev. Amasa Converse, D. D., and 
Flavia Booth. Entered Soph. Class 1853. Mem. Philo. Studied at Theol. 
Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1859-60. Presb. clergyman and journalist. " Stated 
* Now known as George Allen, Jr. 



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supply" Christ Ch., New Kent CO., Va., 1861-62. Editor and publisher C/zr?.?- 
tian Observer, which has been continuously edited and published by his father 
and himself since Feb., 1827. m. Ellen, dau. George William Pollard, M. D., 
Hanover CO., Va. Address, Louisville, Ky. 

ALEXANDER BRINTON COXE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 19, 1838. s. Hon. Charles Sidney Coxe (Class 1808) and 
Ann Maria Brinton. Entered 1852. Mem. Philo. Coal operator, m. 
Sophie, dau. Richard Norris, Phila. See Brinton Geneal. Address, Drifton, 
Luzerne co., Penna. 

t J AMES DEVEREUX, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., July 24, 1836; d. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Feb. 21, i86i. s. 
James Devereux and Mary C. Garwood. Entered Junior Class 1854. Mem. 
Philo. *. K. 2. Studied at Burlington Coll., N. J., 1852-54. Q&e Keith. 

THOMAS RANDOLPH DUNGLISON, A.M. (M. D., JefF. Med. Coll., 1859.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 10, 1837. s. Robley Dunglison, M. D., LL. D., Prof- 
JefiF. Med. Coll., and Harriette Leadam. Entered 1S52. Physician. Fell. 
Coll. Phys. Phila., 1871. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1872; Am. Med. 
Assn., 1877. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1861. Asst. Surg. U. S. Vols., 
1862-65. Address, . 

BIDERMANN du PONT, B. S. 

b. near Wilmington, Del., 1837. s. Alfred du Pont and Margaretta 
Elizabeth La Motte. Entered Sci. course second term Fresh, year Jan., 1854. ' 
Mem. Zelo. *. K. 2. Has been engaged successively in paper and iron 
manufacturing, coal-mining, street and steam railroads, and newspaper pub- 
lishing, m. Ellen Susan, dau. Thomas Cooper Coleman. Address, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

HARRY CLAY EGBERT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 3, 1839. s. Daniel Egbert, Med. Direc. U. S. N., and 
Caroline Matilda Dennis. Entered 1852. Pres. Zelo. Lawyer. Soldier, 
ist Lieut. I2th U. S. Inf., Sept., 1861 ; Capt., Apr., 1865 ; Brvt. Capt, 1864; 
Brvt. Major, 1864. Chief Mustering Officer ist Army Corps, 1863. Judge 
Advocate Dept. Arizona, 1881-82. Major 17th U. S. Inf. m. Ellen, dau. 
Noble Young, M. D., Washington, D. C. Address, Fort D. A. Russell, 
Wyoming. 

CHARLES ELIHU HACKLEY, A M. M. D., i860. 

b. Unadilla, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1836. s. Archibald Hackley and Eliza Stott. 
Entered Soph. Class 1853. Mem. Philo. <i>. K. 2. Physician. Visiting 
phys. N. Y. Hosp., 1867-86, and consult, phys. to same, 1886 to date. Surg. 
N. Y. Eye and Ear Infirm., 1865-75. Clinical Prof. Diseases Eye and Ear, 
Women's Med. Coll.. N. Y. City, 1870-76. Surg. 2d N. Y. Cav. U. S. Vols., 
1861-64; during the last eighteen months of his service was Surg.-in-Chf. 3d 
Cav. Div. Army of Potomac. Translated " Billroth's Surgical Pathology ;" 
"Stellwag on the Eye," and jointly with George H. Humphreys, M. D. 
(Class 1854) "Niemeyer's Textbook of Practical Medicine," etc. m. 
Emma W., dau. Gabriel Kent, N. Y. City. See Appleton, Atkinson, 
Allibone. Address, 59 W. Thirty-sixth St., N. Y. City. 

fWILLIAM SCOTT HENDRIE, A. M. M. D., i860. 

b. Hilltown, Bucks co., Penna., Oct. 25, 1835; d. Holmesburg, Phila., 
July 10, 1881. s. William Scott Hendrie, M. D., and Ann Dunlap. Entered 
Soph. Class 1853. Physician. Visiting Phys. Phila. House of Correction 
from its organization until his death. Asst. Surg. 104th Penna. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., 1862. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A. stationed at Mower U. S. A. Hosp., 
Chestnut Hill, Phila., 1864-65. m. M. Louise, dau. William Morton. 

CHARLES CARROLL JACKSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1836. s. Isaac Rand Jackson, Charge d' Affaires, 
Denmark, 1841-42, and Louisa Carroll. Entered Junior Class 1854. Z. ^?. 



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Studied at Burlington Coll., N. J. Merchant. Ser\'ed on the staff Admiral 
James L. I^ardner, U. S. N., W. I. Squadron, one year during the Ci\nl 
War. m. ist, Minnie Coster ; 2d, Mary, dau. Abraham R. Van Nest. See 
Keith. Address 22 E. Eleventh St., N. Y. City. 

EDWARD SMITH KELLY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 6, 1836. s. Philip Kelly and Sarah Caroline Smith- 
Entered 1852. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer, m. Cornelia Hart, dau. Hon, Oswald 
Thompson. Address, 1528 Pine St. , Phila. 

fEMLEN TRENCHARD LITTELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 12, 1838 ; d. N. Y. City, Mch. 4, 1891. s. Squier Littell, 
M. D., and Mary Graff Emlen. Entered 1852. Mem. Zelo. A. 1'. Archi- 
tect. Fell. Am. Instit. Architects. Mem. N. Y. Hist. Soc. Private 7th 
Regt. N. Y. N. G. in U. S. sersdce for three months, 1861. m. Elizabeth Du 
Val, dau. Rev. William Goodwin Jackson, D. D., Elk Ridge, Md. 

ROBERT HUNTER McGRATH, A.M. LL. B., i860. 

b. Phila., Sept. 11, 1836. s. Robert McGrath, M. D., and Eliza A. Mac- 
relish. Entered second term Fresh, year Jan., 1853. Mem. Philo. *. K. 2. 
Lawyer. m. Elizabeth Gibson Bordley, dau. Dr. Richard Grafton Belt, 
Md. Address, 251 So. Fourth St., Phila. 

t RICHARD CHANNING MOORE, JR., A. M. 

b. Elizabeth, N. J., Feb. 26, 1837; d. St. Louis, Mo., July, 1867. s. 

Rev Richard Channing Moore and . Entered second term Senior year 

Jan., 1856. Mem. Philo. Studied at Hamilton Coll., N. Y., and at 

Columbia Coll. P. E. clergyman, m. Laura, dau. Prof. Boursand, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EDMUND CASH PECHIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 9, 1834. s. John Christopher Pechin and Margaret Cash. 
Entered Junior Class 1854. Moderator Philo. 4>. K. 2. Lawyer. Mining 
engr. since 1867. Mem. Am. Instit. Mining Engrs.; British Iron and Steel 
Instit. Has contributed papers to the Am. Institute and to scientific journals. 
m. Mary, dau. John Shelley. Address, 587 Prospect St., Cleveland, O. 

t RICHARD DALE PETTIT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 1837; d. Phila., Apr. 30, 1873. s. Hon. Thomas 
McKean Pettit (Class 1815) and Sarah Barry Dale. Entered 1852. Clerk, 
See McKean Family by R. Buchanan. 

HENRY PHILLIPS, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 6, 1838. s. Jonas Altamont Phillips (Class 1822) and 
Frances Cohen. Entered Soph. Class 1853. Mem. Zelo. Law>'er. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1877, and its Sec, 1884 — , and its Librarian, 1S85 ; 
Numis. and Antiq. Soc. Phila., and its Treas., 1862, and its Sec, 1868. He 
is also a mem. of many other learned societies at home and abroad. Pub- 
lished "Hist, of Am. Colonial Paper Currency ;" "Hist, of Am. Continen- 
tal Paper Money;" "Pleasures of Numismatic Sci.;" "Poems from the 
French and German;" "Faust," fr. the German of Chamisso, etc. See 
MunseWs Am. Ances., vol. iv. Appleton, Alliboiie. Address, 126 So. 
22d St., Phila. 
SERAPIO A. RECIO, A. M. M. D., 1S60. 

b. Puerto Principe, Cuba, . s. . Entered Soph. Class 1853. 

Physician. Merchant. Address, 4 Cedar St., N. Y. City. 

WILLIAM REED, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 7, 18^8. s. Hon. William Bradford Reed, LL. D. 
(Class 1822), and Louisa Whelan. Entered 1852. Mem. Philo. La^vj'er. 
Mcht. since 1869. m. Emilie, dau. David McKim, Balto., Md. Address, 
825 St. Paul St., Balto., Md, 



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WILLIAM SHARSWOOD, A. M. (Ph. D., Univ. Jena, 1859.) 

b. Phila., Jan. i, 1836. s. William Sharswood and Agnes J. Eldridge. 
Entered Soph. Class 1853. Mem. Zelo. Chemist. Mem. Philol. Soc. 
London, and of many other learned societies at home and abroad. Author 
" Studia Physica ;" "The Betrothed, or Love in Death," a play ; " Miscel- 
laneous Writings ; " beside contributions to scientific journals. ^&& Apple- 
ton, Allibone. Address, Boyden P. O., Surry co., N. C. 

+JOHN HAMILTON SLACK, A. M. M D., i860. 

b. Bordentown, N. J., Sept. 23, 1834; d. Troutdale, near Bloomsbury, 
N. J., Aug. 27, 1874. s. John Slack and Hettie K. Longstreth. Entered 
Soph. Class 1853. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Fish Comr. State N. J., 
1871-74. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1857. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 
1863. Published "Hand-book to the Museum Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.;" 
"Trout-Culture." m. Thirza, dau. James Anderson, Trenton, N. J. 

JOHN WORTHINGTON WILLIAMS, A. M. LL. B., 1859. 

b. Phila., Feb. 23, 1837. s. John Worthington Williams and Anne 
Keppele. Entered 1852. <1>. B. K. Valedictorian. Lawyer. Served as 
Sergt. Washington Grays, of Phila. ; Capt., Brvt. Maj. and Asst. Adj. -Gen. 
U. S. Vols., 1861-63. Resigned honorably from the service after the battle 
of Gettysburg, m. Sarah Elizabeth, dau. Samuel S. Keyser, Balto., Md. 
Address, 15 16 Locust St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

HENRY AUGUSTUS BOLLER. 

b. Phila., Aug. 17, 1836. s. Henry John Boiler and Anna Margaretta 
Pancoast. Entered 1852, and left at the close of first term Senior year 1855. 
Mem. Zelo. Indian trader for nearly eight years. Engaged in the cattle 
business in Kansas, and subsequently in tlie real estate business in Denver. 
Published "Among the Indians." m. Mary, dau. of James B. Parsons, 
Flushing, L. I. See Allibone. Address, Denver, Col. 

fWILLIAM RAMSAY BUCK. 

b. Phila., Aug. i, 1837; d. Paris, France, Dec. 2, 1874. s. Francis N. 
Buck and Jane Eliza Coe. Entered Soph. Class 1853, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Z. ^. His business was furnishing iron pipe 
and steam fittings. Chief elk. Subsistence Dept. U. S. Vols., 1861-65. 
m. Kate, dau. Thomas Hart, Phila. 

JOSEPH CARSON. 

b. Phila., July 25, 1836. s. Hampton Lawrence Carson and Caroline 
Hale. Entered as a partial student 1852, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Comn. broker. Address, 1200 Walnut St., Phila. 

-i-HOWARD PORTER DECHERT (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1862. A.M., Coll. N. J., 
1865). 

b. Reading, Penna., July 25, 1836; d. Lincoln, Wis., Apr. 25, 1888. s. 
Elijah Dechert and Mary William Porter. Entered 1852, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Union Theol. Sem., 
N. Y. City, 1868. Presb. clergyman, m. Caroline, dau. James Sanford. 

t THOMAS ALLEN ENGLES. 

b. Phila., July 29, 1835; d. Phila., Feb., 1872. s. Joseph Patterson 
Engles (Class 1811) and Harriet P. Allen. Entered Soph. Class 1853, and 
left at the close of Junior year. 

-i-JOHN HENRY NEILL. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Oct. 4, 1839; d. N. Y. City, 1861. s. Rev. William 
Neill and Sarah S. Elmer. Entered 1852, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Mem. Zelo. Musical critic. 



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+JAMES DUVAL RODNEY, LL. B., 1856. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Dec. i, 1834 ; d. San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 17, 1889. s. 
Rev. John Rodney and Sarah Duval. Entered as a partial student 1852, and 
left at the close of Fresh, j^ear. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Served as private 
with the thirty days emergency men from Phila., 1862. 

t FERDINAND LOUIS SARMIENTO. 

b. Phila., June 3, 1836; d. Phila., 1890. s. Ferdinand Sarmiento and 

. Entered as a partial student 1852, and left at the close of Soph. year. 

Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. 

fCHARLES MA6ILL STOKES. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Dec. 8, 1837; d. Phila., Sept. 10, 1891. s. Charles 
Magill Stokes and Eliza Ann Knox. Entered as a partial student 1852, 
and left July, 1853. Commercial pursuits, 1853-61. Stock broker, 1866-91. 
Served as a private in a Phila. company for emergencv service, 1862. Clk. 
Q. M. Dept. U. S. A., 1862-64. Capt. and Asst. Q. M. U. S. Vols., Feb., 
1865, and resigned honorably at the close of the Civil War. m. Florence 
Edith, dau. John Ibbetson Kay. 

OSCAR WILLIAM VEZIN. 

b. Phila. , Jan. 27, 1838. s. Charles Vezin and Emilie Kalisky. Entered 
as a partial student 1852, and left July, 1853. Mem. Philo. Mfr. in Phila. 
Pres. Pictet Artificial Ice Machine Co., N. Y. Private 15th Penna. Cav., 
U. S. Vols., 1862. m. Alice Kate, dau. Hezekiah King, Hartford, Conn. 
Address, New Orleans, La, 

t ERNEST COCHRAN WALLACE. 

b. Pittsburgh, Penna., Dec. 3, 1833; d. Phila., June 3, 1867. s. Rev. 
Benjamin J. Wallace and Sarah Cochran. Entered 1852, and left at the 
close of Fresh, year. Journalist, and on the editorial staff Phila. Evening 
Bulletin, m. Emma Diehl. 

1857. 

JOHN ASHHURST, JR., A. M. M. D., i860. 

b. Phila., Aug. 23, 1839. s. John Ashhurst (Class 1826) and Harriet 
Eyre. Entered 1853. Moderator Philo. *. B. K. Class Vice-Pres. Or. 
Salutatorian. Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp., 1861-62. Prof. Clinical 
Surg., 1877-90 ; and the John Rhea Barton Prof Surg., 1890 to date. Surg. 
Hosp. P. E. Ch., 1863-80, and Mngr. of same, 1880 to date. Surg. Chil- 
dren's Hosp., 1870 to date; and to Penna. Hosp., 1887 to date. Fell. Coll. 
Phys. Phila., 1863. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1884 ; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., i860 ; 
Acad. Surg., 1879; Am. Surg. Assn., 1880; Pathol. Soc. Phila.. i860, and its 
Pres., 1870; Obstet. Soc. Phila., 1874; Centennial Med. Comn., 1875-76; 
Vice-Pres. Surg. Section Intemat. Med. Cong. Phila., 1876; Phila. co. Med. 
Soc, 1880; Penna. State Med. Soc; Hist. Soc. Penna. Acting Asst. Surg. 
U. S. A., 1862-65, and served at Chester, Penna., U. S. A. Gen. Hosp., and 
Exec Officer of Cuyler U. S. A. Gen. Hosp., Gtn., Phila. Author " Injuries 
of the Spine;" "Principles and Practice of Surgery;" edited vols, i-v 
"Transact. Coll. Phys. Phila.;" and "Transact. Intemat. Med. Cong. Phila., 
1876;" and "Intemat. Encyc. Surgery," 6 vols., etc. m. Sarah Stokes, 
dau. William Henry Wayne. See Appleton, Atkinson, Allibone, Ruschen- 
berger. Address, 2000 De Lancey Place, Phila. 

CHARLES McKEAN BAYARD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 30, 1839. s. Charles Pettit Bayard (Class 1826) and 
Adeline Julia McKean. Entered third term Fresh, year Apr., 1854. Stock 
broker, m. Margaretta Perry, dau. Matthew Wilson. Address, E. Johnson, 
cor. Morton Sts., Gtn., Phila. 



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FREDERIC MAYER BIRD, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 28, 1838. s. Robert Montgomery Bird, M. D., and Mary 
Eliza Mayer. Entered Soph. Class 1854. Was .graduated at Union Theol. 
Sem., N. Y. City, i860. Luth. clergyman, 1860-68. P. E. clergyman, and 
rector Spotswood, N. J., 1870. Prof. Mental and Moral Phil., Griswold Coll., 
Iowa., 1877-78 ; and Trustee of same, 1878-80. Chaplain and Prof. Psychol. 
Christian Evidences and Rhetoric, Lehigh Univ., 1881 to date. Chaplain 
103d Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Oct., 1862, to Feb., 1863. He was the main 
editor " Lutheran Hymn Book ;" and collaborator with Bishop W. H. Oden- 
heimer (Class 1835) in " Hymns of the Spirit." Published " Charles Wesley 
seen in his finer and less familiar poems ;" a series of articles on hymn writ- 
ing in the N. Y. Independent ; "A Pessimist in Theory- and Practice," a 
novel, m. Frances Palmer, dau. William Oliver Snowhill, Spotswood, N. J. 
See Rodtnan Family, Johnsoti's Cyc, Appleton, Allibone. Address, So. 
Bethlehem, Penna. 

t ROBERTS COLES, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 14, 1838; d. in battle, Roanoke Id., N. C, Feb. 8, 
1862. s. Hon. Edward Coles and Sally Logan Roberts. Entered 1853. 
Z. ^. Farmer in Va. Capt. Conf. Army, 1861-62. See Keith. 

+ ISAAC DUNTON (and Coll. N. J., 1862). A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 25, 1838; d. Phila., Feb. 21, 1864. s. Isaac Dunton and 
Mary Rush. Entered 1853. ^- *• Wholesale druggist. Served in the 
Phila. Gray Reserves for State defence in the emergency, 1863. m. Belle, 
dau. John Farr, Phila. 

FRANCIS HOWARD ELDRIDGE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 15, 1837. s. Griffith Morgan Eldridge and Sara Erwin 
Cooper. Entered Soph. Class 1854. Manufacturer. Address, 711 Spring 
Garden St., Phila. 

GEORGE GILPIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 21, 1838. s. John F. Gilpin and Anna Gillingham. 
Entered 1853. Z. i'. Stockbroker. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., 
1861 ; and of ist Regt. Penna. N. G., summer of 1863. m. Sarah C, dau. 
Frederick S. Winston, N. Y. City. See MunselVs Am. Ances., vol. iv. 
Address, 312 So. Broad St., Phila. 

tJOHN WARNER GRIGG, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 20, 1836; d. N. Y. City, Aug. 24, 1869. s. John Grigg 
and Nancy McClellan. Entered 1853. A. *. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City 
Cav. See Appleton. 

WILLIAM HENRY HODGE, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 14, 1838. s. Hugh Lenox Hodge, M. D., Prof. Med. 
Dept., and Margaret Ellizabeth Aspinwall. Entered 1853. Mem. Philo. 
Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1862. Presb. clergyman, 
and pastor Red Mills (now Neskopac Falls), N. Y., 1864-68 ; and Columbia 
Ave., Ch., Phila., 1870-91. m. Alice Cogswell, dau. Lewis Weld, Phila. 
Address, E. Graver's Lane, Chestnut Hill, Phila. 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON JONES, A. M. LL. B., 1861. 

b. Phila., June 13, 1837. s. Hon. Joel Jones and Eliza Perkins Spar- 
hawk. Entered 1853. Moderator Philo., and mem. of the Rosetta-Stone 
Committee. Lawyer. Address, 255 S. Eighth St. , Phila. 

tJAMES HAMILTON KUHN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 2, 1838; d. in battle. New Market Cross Roads, Va., 
June 30, 1862. s. Hartman Kuhn (Class 1800) and Ellen Lyle. Entered 
1853. A. 4>. ist Lieut. 27th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-62. See Keith. 



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t PHILIP HOWARD LAW, A. M. LL. B., 1862. 

b. Balto., Md., Feb. 17, 1839 ; d. Phila., May 22, 1888. s. John K. Law 
and Sarah Howard. Entered 1853. Lawyer. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1879 ; 
Numis. aud Antiq. Soc, Phila. See Memoir by Daniel G. Brinton, M. D., 
LL.D. 

JOHN LEIGHTON McKIM, A. M. (and Trinity Coll., Conn., gratise causa, 1866). 

b. New Castle, Del., Aug. i, 1835. s. Rev. John Linn McKim and . 

Entered Junior Class 1855. <J>. K. 2. P. E. clergyman. Principal St. 
Mary's Hall, Burlington, N. J., 1879. Address, Milford, Del. 

HEMRY MORTON, A. M. (Ph. D., Dickinson Coll., 1869, and Coll. N. J., 1871.) 
b. N. Y. City, Dec. 11, 1837. s. Rev. Henry Jackson Morton, D. D. , 
and Helen McFarlan. Entered Soph. Class 1854. Was honorably men- 
tioned at graduation for excellence of essay "On Egyptian Art, its Origin 
and Overthrow." Moderator Philo., and its Annual Orator, 1862, and its 
Biennial Orator, 1880. With his fellew-members, Charles R. Hale (Class 
1858) and Samuel H. Jones (Class 1857), of the Philomathean Society, he 
translated the Rosetta-Stone and prepared the Report published in 1859, for 
which he made on stone all the drawings. He was the designer of the present 
badge of the Philomathean Society. Law student until 1859. Instr. Chem. 
and Physics Acad. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1859-61. Lecturer Chem. Franklin 
Instit., Phila., i86r, and itsSec, 1864. Prof. Chem. Phila. Dental Coll., 1863. 
Prof, pro tent. Chem. and Physics, 1867, during the absence abroad of Prof. 
John F. Frazer. In charge of an expedition under the auspices U. S. Nautical 
Almanac Office to make photographs of the total eclipse of the sun in Iowa, 
Aug. 7, 1869. Prof. Mechanics and Chem., 1869-70. Pres. Stevens Instit. of 
Technology, Hoboken, N. J., 1870 to date, to which he presented a thoroughly 
equipped workshop in 1880, established the Morton Scholarship in 1882, and 
endowed the Chair of Engineering Practice. Mem. of a party to make 
observations of the total eclipse of the sun at Rawlins, Wyoming Terr., July 
29, 1878. Mem. U. S. Light House Bd., 1878. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1867 ; 
Nat. Acad, of Science ; Am. Chem. Soc; Am. Soc. Mechan. Engrs. Editor 
Franklin Instit. Journal, Phila., 1865-70. Author of articles : "On the Elim- 
ination of Antimony from the Human System ;" "Toxical Effects of Carbonic 
Oxide in Commercial Water Gas ; " "Water Gas from Coal, etc.; " " Par- 
affines in Water Gas;" "Electricity" and "Fluorescence" in Johnson's 
Am. Cyc; "Storage of Electricity;" and with Albert R. Leeds "The 
Student's Practical Chemistry," etc., beside many scientific reports, m. 
Clara W. Dodge, N. Y. City. See Memorial Acd. of Stevens Instit. of 
Technology by Coleman Sellers and Albert R. Leeds. Appleton, Alli- 
bone. Address, Hoboken, N. J. 

WILLIAM FISHER NORRIS, A. M. M.D.,i86i. 

b. Phila., Jan. 6, 1839. s. George Washington Norris, M. D. (Class 
1827), and Mary Pleasants Fisher. Entered 1853. "t. B. K. Physician. 
Resdt. Penna. Hosp.. 1861-63. Clinical Prof. Diseases Eye, 1873-91. Hon. 
Prof. Ophthal., 1888-91. Prof. Ophthal. and Clinical Prof. Diseases of Eye, 
1891 to date. Surg. Wills Eve Hosp. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1866. Mem. 
Pathol. Soc. Phila., and its Vice-Pres., 1877 ; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.. 1868 ; 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1886 ; Am. Ophthal. Soc, and its Vice-Pres., 1879. and its 
Pres., 1885-89 ; Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1863-65, 
and in charge of Douglas U. S. A. Gen. Hosp., Washington, D. C, one year 
during his .sennce. Joint author with Charles A. Oliver, M. D., "A Text- 
book of Ophthalmology ; ' ' beside many articles and reviews in medical 
journals, m. R. C, dau. Hieronymus Buckmann. See Keith, Appleton, 
Atkinson. Address, 1526 Locust St., Phila. 

tJAMES HARPER PEABODY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 18, 1836; d. Ne%vport, R. I., July 3, 1884. s. George F. 
Peabody and Anna Harper. Paltered 1853. Z. *. m. Ellen R., dau. George 
Rapelje. 



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WILLIAM PLATT PEPPER, A.M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 20, 1837. s. David Pepper and Emily Piatt. Entered 
second term Fresh, year 1854. Mem. Philo. Z. t. Admitted to the bar. 
Pres. Penna. Museum and Sch. Indus. Art, Phila., 1882 to date. Mngr. 
Hosp. P. E. Ch., Phila. m. Alice, dau. George Theodore Lyman, Boston, 
Mass. Address, 1730 Chestnut St., Phila. 

t RANDOLPH SAILER, A.M. 

b. Woodbury, N. J., May 24, 1833 ; d. Phila., Jan. 22, 1868. s. Joseph 
Sailer and Priscilla Sparks Dough ten. Entered Junior Class 1855. Awarded 
Henry Reed prize. Valedictorian. Studied at Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. 
City, two years. Manufacturer, m. Josephine, dau. Wilson II. Pile, M. D., 
Phila. 

WILLIAM FLETCHER SAVAGE, A. M. 

b. , Dec. I, 1839. s. William J. Savage and . Entered second 

term Fresh, year 1854. 

t GARRET NEWKIRK SMITH, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 8, 1838 ; d. St. Paul, Minn., Oct., 1863. s. Isaac Robin- 
son Smith and Caroline E. Newkirk. Entered Soph. Class 1854. Cotton 
merchant. 

WILLIAM WYNNE WISTER, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., May 12, 1838. s. William Wynne Wister and Hannah Lewis 
Wilson. Entered Soph. Class 1854. A. <i>. Student in Med. Dept., 1860-61. 
Lawyer. Edited "Common Law Reports" for two years, and "Law Re- 
ports," Am. ed., for four years. Annotated fifteen vols. " Penna. State 
Reports." Address, 4624 Germantown Ave., Phila. 

GEORGE RANDOLPH WOOD, A. M. LL. B., i860. 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1839. s. Charles Stuart Wood and Juliana Fitz 
Randolph. Entered 1853. Mem. Philo. Z. ^. Iron manufacturer. Com- 
mission business. Private Commonwealth Artill. U. S. Vols., and stationed 
at Fort Delaware Apr. to Aug., 1861. Private ist Regt. Penna. N. G. and 
of First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the several emergencies when Penna. 
was threatened by the Conf. Army. m. Caroline Wharton, dau. Henry 
Chancellor (Class 1822). Address, 56 New St., N. Y. City. See Mrs. 
Juliana F. R. Wood's Family Sketches. 

Non-Graduates. 

GEORGE WHITEFIELD CHANDLER. 

b. , May, 1838. s. Rev. George Chandler and . Entered Soph. 

Class 1854, and left at the close of first term Soph. year. 

JOHN CHRISTIAN CORNELIUS. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 1838. s. Robert Cornelius and Harriet Comly. 
Entered 1853, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. 'i'. Manufacturer, 
m. Emily Weaver, dau. Joseph P. Fitler, M. D., Phila. Address, no Tulpe- 
hocken St., Gtn., Phila. 

HENRY ALGERNON du PONT. 

b. near Wilmington, Del., July 30, 1838. s. Henry du Pont and Louisa 
Gerhard. Entered third term Soph, year 1855, and left at the close of 
second term Junior year 1856. Mem. Zelo. *. K. 2. Was graduated first 
in his class at U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1861. Officer of the Regular 
Army, 1861-75. Pres. and Gen. Mngr. Wilmington and Northern R. R. 
since 1879. Mem. Mil. Service Instit.; Am. Geog. Soc; Hist. Soc. of Del., 
of Penna., and of Dallas, Texas. Brvt. 2d Lieut. Corps. Engrs. U. S. A., 
May 6, 1861 ; 2d Lieut, of same, May 6, 1861 ; ist Lieut. 5th U. S. ArtilL, 
May 14, 1861 ; Adj. 5th U. S. Artill., July 6, 1861 ; Acting Asst. Adj.-Gen. 



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of troops in N. Y. harbor, 1862-63; Capt. 5th U. S. Artill., Mch., 1864; 
Chf. Artill. Dept. W. Va., May to July, 1864; Chf. Artill. Army W. Va., 
July, 1864; Brvt. Major, Sept., 1864; Brvt. Lieut. -Col., Oct., 1864; Chf. 
Artill. Dept. W. Va., Jan., 1864, until the close of the Civil War. Subse- 
quently served at Fortress Monroe, Washington, D. C, Fort Adams, New- 
port, R. I., and on Mil. Bds. of Officers. Resigned honorably Mch. i, 1875. 
Author " Cavalry Tactics, etc.;" " Artillery Tactics, etc." m. Mary Pauline, 
dau. Herman Ten Eyck Foster. See MimseWs Am. Atices., vol. Hi; 
Cullum's Biog. Register, Appleton, Allibone. Address, " Winterthur, " 
near Montchanin, Del. 

WILLIAM GRIEVE. 

b. Kirkurd, Peebleshire, Scotland, 1833. s. Thomas Tweedie Grieve 
and Rachel Robertson. Entered as a partial student 1853, and left July, 
1854. Studied at Univ. Edinburgh, 1849-50. Tea broker, m. Sara S., 
dau. Hood Simpson. Address, 319 Second St., Camden, N.J. 

fWILLIAM WILLIAMSON HANSON. 

b. Phila., Mch. 26, 1837 ; d. . s. William R. Hanson and . 

Entered 1853, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

AUGUSTUS HARVEY. [5ci. 

Entered Sci. course 1853, and left 1854. 

JOHN HAYES. 

b. , Oct. 27, 1838. s. Samuel Hayes and . Entered 1853, and 

left at the close of Fresh, year. 

fOSWALD CHEW JACKSON. 

b. Phila., Oct. 12, 1838; drowned at sea, Nov. 30, 1891. s. Isaac 
Rand Jackson, Charge d' Affaires, Denmark, 1841-42, and Louisa Carroll. 
Entered Soph. Class 1854, and left at the close of Junior year. Z. ■}'. Studied 
at Burlington Coll., N. J., 1853-54. Merchant. Mem. Am. Geog. Soc. 
Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the three months campaign, 1861. 
ist Lieut. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., Oct., 1861. A. D. C. on the staff 
Gen. E. D. Keyes, Feb., 1862. Major U. S. Vols., 1863. m. Ella Willing, 
dau. Edward Peace, M. D., Phila. See Keith. 

GEORGE HOUSTOUN JOHNSTON, JR. 

b. Savannah, Ga., Mch. 2, 1838. s. George Houstoun Johnston and 
Emily Green Turner. Entered Soph. Class 1854, and left at the close of 
Junior year. Z. ^. Cotton merchant and planter. Mayor of Clarksville, Ga., 
1890. Lieut, and Capt. Conf. Army, 1861-65. m. Niria, dau. Edward 
Houstoun. Address, Clarksville, Habersham co., Ga. 

t HARTLEY MERRICK. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Nov. 14, 18^8; d. "The Cedars," near Haddonfield, N. J., 
June 15, 1861. s. Samuel "Vaughan Merrick and Sarah Taylor. Entered 
Sci. course 1853, ^nd left July, 1854. Iron manufacturer. 

t ROBERT WALSH MITCHELL. 

b. Phila., Apr. 25, 1836 ; d. Id. of St. Kitts, W. I., Apr. 2, 1872. s. John 
Kearsley Mitchell, M. D., Prof Jeff. Med. Coll., and Sarah Matilda Henry. 
Entered 1853, and left at the close of Fresh, vear. Cadet U. S. Mil. Acad., 
West Point, 18S5-56. Civil engineer, ist Lieut. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. 
Vols., i86t. Capt. and A. D. C. on the staff of Maj.-Gen. Reynolds, with 
whom he served until the death of the General at the battle of Gettys- 
burg. He was then transferred to the staff of Maj.-Gen. Meade, with whom 
he served until Feb., 1864, when he rejoined his regiment and was promoted 
to Capt. He served with the regiment in the Wilderness campaign and in 
the Shenandoah Valley, and was honorably mustered out at the expiration 
of his term in bad healtJi, Oct., 1S64. 



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FRANK MOSS. 

b. Phila., May 9, 1838. s. Joseph L. Moss and Julia Levy. Entered 
1853, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mcht. until 1871, when he went 
to Paris and studied art under Leon Bonnat. He exposed his first picture in 
the Salon, 1874. Was awarded a medal by the Mass. Indus. Assn. for the 
picture now in the R. C. Cathedral, Phila. Captain's elk. U. S. N. during 
the Civil War. m. Annie Bathurst, dau. George Law Harrison, Balto., Md. 
Address, 46 W. Ninth St., N. Y. City. 

CHARLES NEWBOLD. ^ ^ 

b. Phila., June 25, 1839. s. Thomas Ross Newbold (Class 1826) and 
Julia ipleming. Entered 1853, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Studied 
at St. James Coll., Md. Farmer. 2d Lieut. 2d. Cav. U. S. A., 1861. Hon- 
orably resigned Brvt. Capt., 1867. m. Frances, dau. John G. Lowe, Day- 
ton, O. Address, Annapolis Junction, Md. 
CHARLES AUSTIN ROBINSON. 

b. Phila., Sept. 18, 1837. s. Daniel M. Robinson and Emily Hill. 
Entered 1853, and left at the close of Soph. year. Stock broker. Lawyer. 
ist Lieut., Capt. and Adjt. 114th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-63, when 
he was honorably discharged for wounds received in battle, m. Deborah, 
dau. George Blight, Phila. Address, 303 W. Chelten Ave., Gtn., Phila. 
W8ELS0N LAWS ROWLAND, M. D., 1859. [Scl. 

b. Phila., Mch. i, 1838. s. Samuel J. Rowland and Mary Laws. 

Entered Sci. course 1853, and left July, 1855. Mem. Zelo. Physician. 

Asst. Surg. Ii8th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-63. m. Effie, dau. Charles 

Camblos. 

WILLIAM WORRELL SLOAN. [Sci- 

b. Phila., Apr. 29, 1837. s. Henry Sloan and Carohne Worrell. Entered 
Sci. course 1853, and left July, 1854. Mem. Zelo. Studied at Polytechnic 
Coll., Phila., 1854-56. Drug mcht. until 1863; farmer until 1871, and 
since then in cotton commission business. Private and Sergt. Penna. militia, 
1861. m. Elizabeth Baker, dau. Jeremiah Maybury Brooks, Phila. Address, 
4420 Osage Ave., Phila. 
JOHN BORLAND THAYER. _ , ^ 

b. Phila., Oct. 4, 1836. s. Martin Thayer and Mary Tome Borland. 
Entered 1853, and left at the close of second term Junior year. A. *. Lawyer. 
Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1861. m. Mary Randolph, dau. Lieut. George 
William Chapman, U. S. N. (Class 1833). See Autobiog. Charles Btddle. 
Address, Merion, Del. co., Penna. 
JOHN GODDARD WATMOUGH. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1837. s. Col. John Goddard Watmough and Mary 
Matilda Pleasanton. Entered 1853, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Stock broker, m. Caroline, dau. Francis A. Drexel, Phila. 
Address, 2 114 Walnut St., Phila. 

1858. 

t HENRY ASH HURST, A. M. . _ 

b. Phila., Sept., 1839; d. Phila., Oct. 21, 1890. s. William Henry Ash- 
hurst (Class 1833) and Elizabeth Hone. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Mem. 
Philo. Z. ^. Studied at Amherst Coll. Lawyer. Private First Trp. Phila. 
City Cav. during its three months service, 1861. m. Elizabeth Potter, Muncy, 
Penna. 
DAVID WATTS BIDDLE, A. M. ^ ^.^^, ^^, 

b. Carlisle, Penna., Oct. 28, 1838. s. Edward Macfunn Biddle (Class 
1826) and Juhana Watts. Entered third term Soph, vear 1855. Mem. Philo. 
*. K. S. Studied at Dickinson Coll., 1854-55. Lumber mcht. 2d Lieut. 
and Capt. U. S. Vols., 1861-64. See Autobiog. Charles Biddle, Descdts. 
Clement Biddle. Address, Paw Paw, Morgan co. , W. Va. 



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GEORGE TUCKER BISPHAM, A.M. LL. B., 1861. 

b. Phila. , May 24, 1838. s. Joseph Bispham and Susan Ridgway Tucker. 
Entered Soph. Class 1855. Moderator Philo. A. ^V. <t>. B. K. Gr. Saluta 
torian. Lawyer. Vice-Provost Law Acad., Phila., 1878. Trustee, 1883 
Prof. Equity Jurisp. Law Dept., 1S84 to date. Pres. Alumni Soc. Coll 
Dept., 1893 to date. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo, 
Author ^'Law of Contracts in Rem;" "Principles of Equity," etc. m. 
Nancy, dau. Edward L. Brinley, Phila. See Allibone. Address, 1805 De 
Lancey Place, Phila. 

ALFRED PANCOAST BOLLER, A. M. (C. E., Renss. Poly. Instit., N. Y., 1861.) 
b. Phila., Feb. 23, 1840. s. Henry John Boiler and Anna Margaretta 
Pancoast. Entered 1854. Mem. Philo. Civil engineer. Asst. Engr., 
Lehigh Coal and Nav. Co., 1862 ; and of Phila. and Erie R. R., 1864 ; and of 
Atlantic & Gt. Western R. R., 1866. Chief engr. Hudson River R. R., 1866 ; 
and of Westside & Yonkers R. R., 1880; and of Yonkers Rapid Transit 
Comn., 1881 ; and of Manhattan Elevated R. R. Co., 1882 ; andof Albany & 
Greenbush Bridge Co., 1882 ; and of Staten Id. Rapid Transit R. R., 1885. 
He built the double-track bridge over the Hudson River at Albany, the 
Croton Lake bridge, the railroad bridge over the Thames River at New 
London, Conn., etc. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Engrs.; Am. Soc. Mining Engrs. 
Author "Iron Highway Bridges," and of various reports on bridge con- 
struction, m. Katherine, dau. William Henr>' Newbold, Phila. See Apple- 
ton, Allibone. Address, 35 Prospect St., E. Orange, N. J. 

CHARLES EVERT CADWALADER, A. M. M. D.. iS6r. 

b. Phila., Nov. 5, 1839. s. Hon. John Cadwalader (Class 1821 ) and Henri- 
etta Maria Bancker. Entered Soph. Class 1855. Mem. Philo. A. <t>. *. B. K. 
In charge of office Dept. of Bankruptcy U. S. Dist. Ct., Phila., 1S67-72. 
Physician, and to Church Home for Children, 1874; and to Lincoln Instit., 
1876 ; and to Home for the Homeless, 1874 to date ; and to the Phila. 
Dispen., 1874 to date. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1886. Mem. Am. Acad. 
Med.; Am. Med. Assn.; Penna. State Med. Soc; Phila. co. Med. Soc; 
Franklin Instit., Phila.; Social Sci. Assn.; Civil Service Assn.; Citizens' 
Munic. Assn.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. 
Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., May-Aug., 1861. ist Lieut, and Capt. 
6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861-63, when he was appointed A. D. C. to 
Gen. Hooker. Held the same position on Gen. Meade's staff, June, 1863-65. 
Brvt. Maj. U. S. Vols., 1865. Lieut.-Col. U. S. Vols., 1865, for bravery at 
Chancellorsville, Beveriy Ford, Gettysburg and Petersburg. Has published 
papers on charitable, sanitary and political reform subjects. See Keith, 
Atkinson, Ruschenberger. Address, 240 So. Fourth St., Phila. 

ECKLEY BRINTON COXE, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 4, 1839. s. Hon. Charles Sidney Coxe (Class 1808) and 
Ann Maria Brinton. Entered 1854. , A, *. <^. B. K. Student in Sci. course, 
1858-60. Studied two years at the Ecole des Mines, Paris, and one year at 
the Freiberg Mining Acad., after which he continued for nearly two years 
studying the mines in Eng. and continental Europe. Mining engr. and coal 
operator. Trustee Lehigh Univ., Penna. State Senator Penna., 1881-84. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1870; Hist. Soc. Penna.; Am. Soc. Civil Engrs. Pres. 
Am. Instit. Mining Engrs., 1878-80. Vice-Pres. Am. Instit. Mechan. Engrs., 
i88o-8r. Translated the first vol.. 4th ed., Weisbach's " Mechanics of Engi- 
neering and Construction of Machines ; " and has published many scientific 
papers, m. Sophia, dau. Joshua Francis Fisher, Phila. See Keith, Apple - 
ton, Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc. Phila., Allibone. Address, Dnfton, 
Luzerne CO., Penna. 

CHARLES WILLIAMS DUANE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1837. s. William Duane, Jr. (Class 1825), and Louisa 
Brooks. Entered Junior Class 1856. Mem. Philo. Awarded Henry Reed 
prize at graduation. P. E. clergyman, m. Emma C, dau. Ezekiel Lincoln. 
Address, Cambridge, Mass. 



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WILLIAM WEST FRAZIER, JR., A.M. 

b. Montevideo, Uruguay, S. A., Aug. 27, 1839. s. Benjamin West 
Frazier and Isabella Zimmermann. Entered Soph. Class 1855. Moderator 
Philo. Merchant. Treas. Hosp. P. E. Ch., Phila. Mem. Hist. Soc. 
Penna. ; Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. 2d Lieut. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. 
Vols., Sept., 1861 ; ist Lieut, and Adj., Mch., 1862; Capt., Nov., 1862; 
resigned and honorably discharged, Feb. 1864. m. Harriet Morgan, dau. 
George Leib Harrison, LL. D., Phila. Address, 250 So. Eighteenth St., 
Phila. 

CHARLES REUBEN HALE, A. M. (D. D., Hobart Coll., N. Y., 1876. LL. D., 
Griswold Coll., Iowa, 1889.) 

b. Lewistown, Penna., Mch. 14, 1837. s. Reuben Charles Hale and 
Sarah Jane Mills. Entered Soph. Class 1855. Mem. Philo. , and mem. of 
the Rosetta-Stone Committee. *. B. K. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min. 
Christ Ch., Gtn., Phila., i860 ; and All Saints', Lower Dublin, Penna., 1861 ; 
rector St. John's, Auburn, N. Y., 1870; Ch. St, Mary the Virgin, Balto. 
CO., Md., 1875; one of the clergy of St. Paul's, Balto., Md., 1877. Dean 
Cathedral Close, Davenport, Iowa, 1886-92. Asst. Bp. of Springfield (Bp. 
of Cairo), 111., 1892 to date. Chaplain U. S. N., 1863. Published "The 
Russian Church;" "On Old Catholicism, etc.;" "The Universal Episco- 
pate : A List of the Sees and Bishops of the Holy Catholic Church through- 
out the World;" "A Visit to the Eastern Churches in the interest of 
Church Unity;" "The Book Annexed and the Bishops;" "An Office for 
the Centennial Anniversary of the Inauguration of George Washington ;" 
" An Order of Service for Days of National Observance ;" " The American 
Church and Methodism," etc. He has given special attention to the study 
of the Eastern Church and of Liturgies, and is recognized as an authority 
in regard to them. m. Anna McKnight, dau. Major Levi Twiggs, U. S. 
M. C. See Schaff-Herzog's Ency. of Living Divines, Allibone. Address, 
Cairo, 111. 

JOHN PORTER LAMBERTON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 22, 1839. s. Robert Lamberton and Jane Porter. 
Entered 1854. <i>. B. K. Awarded Senior English prize. Teacher in Rev. 
Dr. John W. Faires' Classical Instit., Phila., 1859-70. Principal Classical 
Sch. Phila., 1870-72 ; classical teacher in other schs. Phila., 1872-79. Asst. 
editor "Ency. Americana," 1882-89. m. Melvina, dau. Charles Vandyke. 
Address, 721 So. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

t CHARLES EUGENE LA MOTTE, A. M. 

b. Lenni Mills, Del. co., Penna., Aug. 20, 1839; d. Wilmington, Del., 
May 24, 1887. s. Daniel Lammot and Anna Potts Smith. Entered Soph. 
Class 1855. Pres. Zelo. *. K. 2. Lawyer. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal 
Legion U. S. Capt. ist Del. Regt. U. S. Vols, during three months service, 
1861. ist Lieut, ist Del. Regt. U. S. Vols., Sept., 1861 ; ist Lieut, and Adj. 
4th Del. Regt. U. S. Vols., June, 1862 ; Maj., Aug., 1862 ; Lieut. -Col., Oct., 
1863; Brvt. Col., July, 1864; Brig.-Gen., Mch., 1865. Honorably mustered 
out, June, 1865. Col. 6th U. S. Vet. Vols., Aug., 1865; honorably dis- 
charged, Mch., 1866. See Schar/'s /list Del. 

ARTHUR McCLELLAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 23. 1839. s. George McClellan, M. D., Prof Jeff. Med. 
Coll., and Elizabeth Steinmetz Brinton. Entered 1854. Student in Sci. 
course during Junior and Senior years. A.*. Civil engineer. Mngr. coal col- 
lieries in Luzerne co., Penna. Private 17th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols, during 
the three months service, 1861. Capt. and A. D. C. on duty at Head Qrs. 
Army of Potomac, Sept., 1861 to Nov., 1862, and at Head Qrs. 6th Corps 
Army of Potomac, July, 1863-65. Major and A. D. C. 6th Corps Staff, 
186.1. Br\'t. Col. U. S. Vols., 1865. Address, Driflou, Luzerne co., Penna. 



206 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1858 

GUSTAVUS MARTIN MURRAY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 11, 1S36. s. Samuel Augustus Murray and Emeline 
Elizabeth Eckendorf. Entered 1854. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman, m. 
Sarah R., dau. John Shivers. Address, Haddonfield, N. J. 

CHARLES BINGHAM PENROSE, A. M. 

b. Carlisle, Penna., Aug. 29, 1838. s. Hon. Charles Bingham Penrose 
and Valeria Fullerton Biddle. Entered 1854. Moderator Philo. *. K. 2. 
Mfr. until Aug., 1861. Soldier. Capt. Subsistence Dept. U. S. A., 1861. 
Brvt. Major, 1865 ; Major U. S. Vols., 1865 ; Brvt. Lieut.-Col. U. S. A., 1867. 
m. Clara, dau. James Wheeler Andaviese, M. D., N. Y. City. See Autobiog. 
Charles Biddle Address, 18 W. Saratoga St., Balto., Md. 

+ CHARLES BAKER RIEHLE, A. M. (M. D., Hahnemann Med. Coll. Phila., 
1861.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1839; d. Washington, D. C, Sept. 14, 1862, of dis- 
ease contracted in the U. S. service, s. Henry J. Riehl^ and Catharine 
Boiler. Entered Soph. Class 1855. Physician. Asst. Surg. 8th Penna. 
Cav. U. S. Vols., 1862. 

GERRARD IRVINE WHITEHEAD, A. M. LL. B., 1861. 

b. Erie, Penna., Jan. 5, 1838. s. Coburn Whitehead, M. D. (Class 1825), 
and Matilda Ann Irvine. Entered 1854. <I>. K. 2. Lavsryer. ist Lieut. 6th 
Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861-64. Major and Judge-Advocate U. S. Vols., 
1863-64. A. D. C. on staff of Maj.-Gen. Keyes, 4th Army Corps, and on 
staff of Maj.-Gen. Pleasanton and of Gen. P. H. Sheridan. Address, -59 
E. Tenth St., N. Y. City. 

Non-Graduates. 
JOSEPH KAY CALDWELL. 

b. Phila., Aug. 15, 1S39. s. Thomas Caldwell and . Entered 1854, 

and left at the close of Junior year. <t>. K. 2. Address, 4012 Spruce St., 
Phila. 

ROBERT WOODHULL CLARK, M. D., 1861. 

b. Richmond, Northampton co., Penna., Nov. 27, 1839. s. Rev. James 
Clark, D. D. (Class 1830), and Sarah Ann Gorham Randolph. Entered 
1854, and left at the close of Soph. year. Physician. Acting Asst. Surg. 
U. S. N., 1864-65. 

JOHN SYDNEY CRAWFORD. [Sci. 

b. Edinburgh, Scotland, Nov. 19, 1839. s. Stephen Rowan Crawford and 
Jane Tucker Wilson. Entered Sci. course 1855, and left 1856. Mem. Philo. 
<J>. K. 2.^ Mining and mechan. engr., and for seventeen years pursued his pro- 
fession in Lake Superior mining district on the Lakes, Colorado, Nevada, 
Arizona and New Mexico ; on surveys as far as the Tropic of Capricorn, fr. 
Gulf of Mexico to the Gulf of California. Fell. Geol. Soc, London, 1889. 
Vice-Pres. Geol. Soc. Grant co., New Mexico. Private 17th Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols.; 2d Lieut. California Regt. U. S. Vols.; ist Lieut, and Capt. 
114th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-65; and was connected viith Gen. 
Kearny's Div. 3d Army Corps Army of Potomac. He was wounded at 
Petersburg, Va. Published " Mining as Known to the Ancients ; " " Geol- 
ogy of New Mexico;" "Susa County Belts;" "Practical Mining Text 
Notes." m. 1st, Elenore Martin, dau. John Henderson, Phila.; 2d, Lucia 
N., dau. Charies P. Relf, Phila. Address, Kingston, Sierra co.. New Mexico. 

PAUL DROUIN. 

b. , Jan. 10, 1838. s. Felix Drouin, A. M., Prof. French Lang, and 

Lit., and . Entered 1854, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 



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WILLIAM HOBART HARE (D. D., Trinity Coll., Conn., 1872; and Columbia 
Coll., 1872; and Kenyon Coll., O., 1872). 

b. Princeton, N. J., May 17, 1838. s. Rev. George Etnlen Hare, D. D., 
LL. D., Asst. Prof. Gr. and L,at. L,angs., 1844-45, and Elizabeth Catherine 
Hobart. Entered Soph. Class 1855, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Paul's, Chestnut Hill, Phila.; 
and Ch. of Ascension, Phila.; Sec. and Gen. Agt. Domestic and Foreign 
Misny. Soc. Was elected Misny. Bp. Cape Palmas and parts adjacent West 
Africa, 1871, but declined the appointment. Bp. Niobrara, now So. Dakota, 
1873 to date. Has published occasional sermons and annual reports of his 
Mission, m. Mary Amory, dau. Rt. Rev. Mark Anthony De Wolfe Howe, 
D. D., LL,. D. See Keith, Appleton. Address, Sioux Falls, So. Dakota. 

PEMBERTON SYDNEY HUTCHINSON. 

b. Cintra, Portugal, Feb. 16, 1836, while his father was U. S. Consul 
there, s. Israel Pemberton Hutchinson and Margaretta Hare. Entered 
1854, and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. A. <f>. Merchant. Pres. 
Phila. Saving Fund Soc. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Private ist 
Regt. Penna. militia during the "emergency," 1862. m. Agnes, dau. George 
Mifflin Wharton (Class 1823). See Keith. Address, 1835 Pine St., Phila. 

GEORGE GILLSON KLAPP. 

b. Phila., Nov. i, 1839. s. William Henry Klapp, M. D. (Class 1827), 
and Rebecca Plumsted Devereux. Entered 1854, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. A. ^. Cotton planter and mcht. m. Mary Eloise, dau. Henry 
B. Shaw. See Keith. Address, Natchez, Miss. 

tJOSEPH WINSLOW LEVETT (A. B., Waterville Coll. [now Colby Univ.], Me., 
1858). 

b. , May 14, 1837; d. Memphis, Tenn., Sept., 1866. s. Josephs. 

Levett and . Entered Junior Class 1856, and left at the close of first 

term Junior year. Previously studied at Waterville Coll., Me. Asst. in 
Sem., Hernando, Miss., 1859; Principal Fem. Instit., New Britain, Penna., 
i860. Private Conf. Army. See Gen. Cat. Colby Univ. 

CHARLES ALFRED MAHONY. 

b. . s. Michael B. Mahony and . Entered 1854, and left at 

the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. Address, 908 Spruce St., Phila. 

fAMOS TAYLOR NEWBOLD. 

b. Phila., Oct. 16, 1838 ; d. Chestnut Hill, Phila., Sept. i, 1885. s. 
Anthony Newbold and Rebecca Taylor. Entered 1854, and left at the close 
of Junior year. Z. ^. Civil engr. ; subsequently engaged in insurance busi- 
ness, m. Catharine SheaflF, dau. George B. Reese. 

t CYRUS NEWLIN. 

b. Phila., July 31, 1838 ; d. WheeHng, W. Va., April 14, 1876. s. Robert 
Newlin and Anna Penrose Scull. Entered 1854, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. A. <i>. Lawyer. U. S. Dist. Atty., W. Va. Capt. 7th Penna. 
Cav. U. S. Vols., Oct., 1861. Wounded at Sparta, Tenn., Aug., 1863. Cap- 
tured June, 1864. Maj., Oct., 1864. Honorably mustered out, Apr., 1865. 

EDWIN PHILLIPS. 

b. Phila., Aug. i, 1840. s. Jonas Altamont Phillips (Class 1822) and 
Frances Cohen. Entered 1854, and left at the close of Soph. year. See 
MunselVs Am. Ances.^ vol. iv. Address, 320 So. Eleventh St., Phila. 

JAMES WEBB POWELL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 28, 1836. s. William H. Powell and . Entered 

1854, and left at the close of Junior year. Lawyer. 

tTHOMAS ROBINSON. 

b. , Dec. 3, 1838 ; d. , 1866. s. and Caroline . Entered 

1854, and left at the close of Fresh, year. <I». K. 2, 



2o8 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI,VANIA. [1858 

t GILBERT TAVEAU TOTTEN (A. B., Columbia Coll., 1S5S. A. M., Columbia 
Coll., 1861. M. D., Columbia Coll., 1861). 

b. Phila., Mch. 4, 1840; d. , May 29, 1872. s. George Muirson 

Totten and . Entered 1854, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

Physician. Surg. Pacific Mail S. S. Co., 1866-69. Asst. Surg. 32d N. Y. 
Regt. U. S. Vols. See Geii. Cat. Columbia Coll. 

ALFRED NOTT WETHERILL. 

b. Phila., Dec. 9, 1838. s. George Deacon Wetherill and Catharine 
Cowpland. Entered Soph. Class 1855, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Druggist, 1857-65. Seed mcht., 1867-72. Drug mcht., 1872-75. 1st Lieut. 
ii8th Penna. Regt. (Corn Exchange) U. S. Vols., July, 1862; Capt., Feb., 
1863. Resigned and honorably discharged, Mch., 1864. m. Gertrude, dau. 
William Savery Johnson. Address, Strafiford P. O., Chester co., Penna. 

fALEXANDER FREEMAN WILLIAMSON. 

b. Phila., Dec. 3, 1837 ; d. Phila., Mch. 6, 1861. s. Rev. Charles 
Williamson and Catharine Freeman. Entered 1854, and left at the close of 
Junior year. Mem. Philo. 

1859. 

ANDREW CHARLES BARCLAY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 24, 1840. s. Andrew C. Barclay and Myra Kennedy. 

Entered 1855. A. ^. m. Henrietta Chauncey, dau. William L. Savage, 

Phila. Address, 18x6 Pine St., Phila. 
EDWIN NORTH BENSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 16, 1840. s. Alexander Benson and Sarah North. 

Entered Soph. Class 1856. Mem. Philo. Z. "k. Banker. Administrator 

and trustee. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna.; Penna, Soc. Sons of Revo.; Mil, 

Order Loval Legion U. S. Vice-Pres. and Pres. Union League Club, Phila. 

Pres. Electoral Coll. Penna. at the election of Pres. Garfield. Private 7th 

Regt. Penna. militia, 1862, and of 32d Regt. Penna. militia, 1863. m. 

Ida Virginia, dau. Alexander Wray, Phila. Address, 2107 Walnut St., 

Phila. 
t HENRY BLANCHARD, A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 28, 1840; d. Phila., June 30, 1S74. s. William A. 

Blanchard and Maria E. Blakiston. Entered 1855. Z. t. Bookseller and 

publisher. 
t CHARLES E. BUCKWALTER, A. M. 

b. , Feb. II, 1839; d. Phila., Aug. 3, 1868. s. David Buckwalter 

and . Entered Soph, year 1856. Moderator Philo. Honorable mention 

for Senior English prize. Lawyer. Pres. Law Acad. Phila., 1862. 

t EDWARD PAYSON CAPP, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 12, 1837; d. Yokohama, Japan, Oct. 26, 1873. s. John 
C. Capp and Sarah Singer. Entered Junior Class 1857. Mem. Philo. 
Awarded Henry Reed prize and Senior English prize at graduation. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1869. Attended a partial course 
at Jeff. Med. Coll. Principal Instr. Phila. Instit. for Blind, 1859-65. Presb. 
clergj'man, and niisny. to Tung Chow, Shantung Province, North China, 
1869-73. He invented a pintype writing machine for the blind, m. Mar- 
garet Brown, an American misny., Delaware, O. 

CECIL CLAY, A. M. o x , 

b Phila., Feb. 13, 1842. s. Joseph Ashniead Clay (Class 1822) and 

Cornelia Fletcher. JEntered 1855. Mem. Philo. A. t. Law student, 

1860-61. Sec. and Treas. Ridge Ave. Pass. Railway Co., Phila., during the 

Eunimer of 1861. Lumber mcht. in Va. and W. Va., 1866-80. Clk. War 



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Dept., Washington, D. C, 1880-82. Clk. and Chief Clk. Dept. of Justice, 
Washington, D. C, 1882 to date. Mem. Biol. Soc, Washington, D. C. 
Trustee Reform Sch. of D. C. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. ist 
Lieut. 58th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Sept., 1861 ; Capt., Feb., 1862 ; Maj. 
Sept., 1864 ; Lieut. -Col., Jan., 1865 ; Col., Nov., 1864. Was also Brvt. Col. 
and Brig. -Gen. U. S. Vols., 1865. Honorably mustered out, Jan. 24, 1866. 
Lost his right arm and was shot through the left hand at the storming of 
Fort Harrison near Richmond, Va., Sept. 29, 1864. m. Anna Wood, dau. 
John Wood Kester, Phila. Address, Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C. 

LUDOVIC COLQUHOUN CLEEMANN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 22, 1840. s. Gustavus Bernard Christian Cleemann and 
Claramond Colquhoun. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Pres. Zelo. Law>;er. 
Asst. Trust Officer Penna. Co. for Ins. on Lives & Grantmg Annuities, 
Phila. Address, 2135 Spruce St., Phila. 

RICHARD ALSOP CLEEMANN, A. M. M. D., 1862. 

b. Phila., Feb. 22, 1840. s. Gustavus Bernard Christian Cleemann and 
Claramond Colquhoun. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Pres. Zelo. Class Pres. 
Physician. Resdt. Hosp. P. E. Ch., 1862. Dist. phys. Phila. Dispen., 
1865-68 Phys. to St. Mary's Hosp., 1872-76, 1878-79; and to Ch. Home 
for Children, 1868-80. Alumni Mngr. Univ. Hosp., 1880 to date. Mem. Bd. 
Health Phila., 1878-87. Direc. Charities and Corrections, Phila., 1887-92. 
Penna. State Quarantine Comr., 1893 to date. Corres. Mem. Nat. Bd. Health, 
1879-80. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1872. Mem. Pathol. Soc, Phila., 1866; 
Obstet Soc, Phila., 1868, and its Pres., 1882-84; Am. Med. Assn., 1872; 
Phila. CO. Med. Soc, 1876 ; Med. Soc. State Penna., 1879 ; Am. Acad. Med., 
1879- Internat. Med. Cong., Phila., 1876; Intemat. Med. Cong., London, 
1881.' Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., stationed at Hosp. P. E. Ch., Phila., 
1862-63; McClellan U. S. A. Gen. Hosp., Phila., 1863-64. Author of 
Reports on Meteorology and Epidemics, and various papers in Trans. Coll. 
Phys. Phila. ; beside many contributions to medical literature. See Atkin- 
son, Ruschenberger. Address, 2135 Spruce St., Phila. 

+ HENRY AUGUSTUS CONVERSE, A.M. 

b. Phila., May 8, 1839; d. Harrisonburg, Va., 1881. s. Rev. Amasa 
Converse, D. D. , and Flavia Booth. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer. Published "Indexes to the Va. and W. Va. Reports." m. Mar- 
garet Bear, Rockingham co., Va. See Allibone. 

fWILLIAM DARRACH, JR., A.M. M. D., 1861. 

b. Phila., Aug. 22, 1839; d. Gtn., Phila., Jan. 28, 1881. 's. William 
Darrach, M. D., Prof. Penna. Med. Coll., Phila., and Margaretta Munro. 
Entered 1855. Mem. Philo. Physician. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1866. 
Mem. Pathol. Soc, Phila. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., stationed at U. S. 
A. Hosp., Phila., 1862-63. m. Edith R. dau. James M. Aertsen, Gtn., 
Phila. See Atkinson, Ruschenberger. 

BENJAMIN WEST FRAZIER, A. M. 

b Phila., Oct. 3, 1842. s. Benjamin West Frazier and Isabella Zimmer- 
mann. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Mem. Philo. *. B. K. Studied at 
:fecole des Mines, Paris, France, 1866-68, and at Bergakademie, Freiberg, 
Saxony, 1868-69. Sugar refiner, 1869-70. Prof. Mining and Metallurgy, 
Lehigh Univ., 1870-80 ; and of Mineralogy and Metallurgy at same, 1880 to 
date. Fell. Am. Assn. Adv. Sci.; Am. Instit. Mining Engrs. Served in 
Penna. militia during the emergencies in 1862 and 1863. Has published 
papers on " The Compression of Air ;" " On Chimney Draught ;" "Economy 
of Fuel in Anthracite Blast Furnaces," etc m. Alice, dau. William 
Mather Clarke, N. Y. City. Address, University Park, So. Bethlehem, 
Penna. 

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t CHANDLER HARE, A. M. 

b. Princeton, N. J., Feb. 4, 1840; d. Lebanon, Penna., Jan. 19, 1893. 
s. Rev. George Emlen Hare, D. D., LL. D., Asst. Prof. Gr. and Lat. Langs., 
and Elizabeth Catharine Hobart. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Mem. Philo. 
Was graduated at P. E. Divin. Sch., Phila., 1862. P. E. clergyman, and 
rector St. James', Pittston, Penna., 1862-69 ; ^^^ Calvary, Tamaqua, Penna., 
1870-78; and St. Luke's, Lebanon, Penna., 1878-93. m. Charlotte Eliza- 
beth Greene. See Keith. 

t THOMAS HOCKLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 26, 1839 ; d. Phila., Mch. 12, 1892. s. John Hockley and 
Catharine Stevenson. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Lawyer. Archaeologist. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1885; Hist. Soc. Penna.; Royal Hist. Soc, Gt. 
Britain; Royal Zool. Soc, London; the Arundel Soc, London; Univ. 
Penna. Archaeol. Soc; Numis. and Antiq. Soc, Phila. Trustee Penna. 
Museum and Sch. of Indus. Art. Treas. Fairmount Park Art Assn. Rec 
Sec. Zool. Soc, Phila. Private Independent Artill. Co. Penna. militia, 1862, 
and again in 1863 ; both enlistments being caused by the threatened invasion 
of Penna. by the Conf. Army. m. Amelia, dau. Otis Daniell. See Wharton 
Family. 

EDWARD BLANCHARD HODGE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 5, 1841. s. Hugh Lenox Hodge, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., 
and Margaret Elizabeth Aspinwall. Entered 1855. Awarded Junior Eng- 
lish prize and Senior Gr. prize. Moderator Philo. Gr. Salutatorian. 
<t>. B. K. Was a student in Med. Dept. for a short time. Was graduated at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1863. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Burling- 
ton, N. J., 1864 to date. m. Alice Cogswell, dau. Rev. Cortlandt Van Rens- 
selaer, D. D. Address, Burlington, N. J. 

t HENRY BAINBRIDGE HOFF, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 22, 1839; d. at sea, Aug. 17, 1862, and was buried at 
Acapulco, Mexico, s. Rear Adruiral Henry Kuhn Hoflf, U. S. N., and Louisa 
Alexina Wadworth Bainbridge. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Mem. Philo. 
A. If. Officer U. S. M. C. 2d Lieut. U. S. M. C, Nov. 25, 1861 ; ist Lieut., 
Nov. 26, 1861. He participated in Admiral du Font's expedition resulting 
in the capture of Port Royal, S. C. 

t NATHAN CLEMMONS HUNT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 23, 1840; d. Phila., Apr. ir, 1884. s. Uriah Hunt and 
Elizabeth Shreve. Entered second term Fresh, year Jan., 1856. Mem. 
Philo. Publisher and bookseller. Compiler and editor ' ' Poetry of other 
Lands;" one of the compilers "Fireside Encyclopaedia of Poetry;" and 
also of the Am. ed. "Encyclopaedia Britannica." Private Penna. militia 
when Penna. was threatened with invasion by Conf. Army, 1862. 

fWILLIAM McMICHAEL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 4, 1841 ; d. N. Y. City, Apr. 20, 1893. s. Hon. Morton 
McMichael, LL. D., and Mary Estell. Entered Soph. Class 1856. Mem. 
Philo. Z. *. *. B. K. Lawyer. Pres. Law Acad. Phila., 1865. Asst. 
Atty.-Gen. U. S., 1871-73. U. S. Dist. Atty. E. D. Penna., 1873-75- Mem. 
Bd. U. S. Indian Comn., 1881-83. Capt. and A. A. Gen. U. S. Vols., 1861. 
Major and A. A. Gen., 1862-65. Brvt. Lieut-Col. U. S. Vols., and Brvt. 
Col. m. Mary Eleanor, dau. James J. Sullivan. 

CHARLES TABELE McMULLIN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 19, 1839. s. Robert McMullin and Mary Hamilton 
Tabele. Entered 1855. Moderator Philo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., 
Princeton, N. J., 1862. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Long Island, 1862; 
and Sand Lake, N. Y., 1863-64. Stated supply Leeds Ft., N. J., 1864-66; 
and at Somer's Pt., N. J., 1865-71; and Absecon, N. J., 1864-71. Treas. 
Presb. Bd. of Pub. and Sabbath Sch. Work, 187 1 to date. m. Martha A., 
dau. John H. Doughty, Absecon, N. J. Address, 1334 Chestnut St., Phila. 



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tROBERT STOCKTON JOHNSON PEEBLES, A.M. (M. D., Med. Coll Va.. 

1862.) 

b. Petersburg, Va., Sept. 24, 1839; d. Richmond, Va., Mch. 13, 1873. 
s. John Frederick Peebles, M. D., and Helena Stockton Johnson. Entered 

1855. Studied in Med. Dept., 1859-61. Physician. Prof. Chem. and Phar. 
Med. Coll. Va., Richmond, Va., 1868-73. Mem. Bd. Health, Richmond, 
Va. Surg, in charge of Gen. Hosp. Conf. Army, Petersburg, Va. Asst. 
Med. Direc. Conf. Army Northern Va., 1862-65. m. Anna C., dau. Col. 
Richard Bland L,ee, U. S. A., afterward of Conf. Army. 

DAVID PEPPER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 21, 1840. s. David Pepper and Emily Piatt. Entered 
second term Fresh, year Jan. , 1856. Mem. Philo. Z. I', m. Sarah Taylor, 
dau. Anthony Taylor Newbold, Phila. Address, 1827 Spruce St., Phila. 

+JOHN Mcdowell rice (and Coll. N. J. gratiae causa, i860.) A. M. (and Wes- 
leyan Univ., Conn., gratise causa, 1862, and Coll. N.J, gratiae causa, 1866.) 
M. D., 1862. 

b. Phila., Sept. 19, 1841 ; d. at sea on board U. S. steamer Ossipee, July 
13, 1868. s. Rev. Willard Martin Rice, D. D., and Elizabeth McDowell. 
Entered 1855. Mem. Philo. Surgeon. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion 
U. S. Medical cadet U. S. A., 1862-63. Asst. Surg. U. S. N., Apr., 1863-68. 
Served with Admiral Farragut in the battle in Mobile Bay. Was present 
with his vessel at the transfer of Alaska to the United States. 

WILLIAM BOWDOIN ROBINS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1838. s. Thomas Robins and Eliza Wiltbank. 
Entered 1854. Mem. Philo. Z. -ir. Lawyer, m. Anne Bronson, dau. Prof. 
Henry Reed, LL. D. (Class 1825), Vice-Provost and Prof. Eng. Lit. and Rhet. 

JAMES BEATTIE RONEY, A. M. 

b. , Mch. 23, 1840. s. E. F. Roney and . Entered Soph. Class 

1856. Mem. Philo. Studied at Westminster Coll., Allegheny co., Penna. 
Lawyer. 

GEORGE WILBUR RUSSELL, A. M. 

b, Phila., July 17, 1839. s. George Russell and Elizabeth Hansell. 
Entered 1855. Mem. Philo. Jeweler. Private 8th Regt. Penna. militia 
during the "emergency," 1862. Address, Seymour near Morris Sts., Gtn., 
Phila. 

fALEXANDER ROSEBURGH STERLING. 

b. Pittsburgh, Penna., Sept. 19, 1840 ; d. Phila., July 28, 1859. s. Henry 
Sterling and Jane Roseburgh. Entered 1855. 

+JOSEPH FRANKLIN STERLING, A.M. 

b. Pittsburgh, Penna., Sept. 20, 1838; d. Colton, Cal., Jan. 15, 1892. 
s. Henry Sterling and Jane Roseburgh. Entered 1855. Private Penna. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861-62. Capt. 121st Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Sept. 
1862 to Nov. 1863. Resigned honorably from the Army by reason of severe 
wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg. 

fWILLIAM DAVID STUART, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 21, 1840; d. Phila., Apr. 7, 1863. s. George Hay Stuart 
and Martha Kyle Denison. Entered 1855. <J>. K. 2. Student of chem. and 
mineralogy, m. Mary Ella, dau. Lawrence Johnson, Phila. 

HENRY BURMAN TOWNSEND, A. M. 

b. Cleveland, O., Feb. 22, 1840. s. Samuel Townsend and Anne 
Vaughan. Entered second term Fresh, year 1856. Mem. Philo. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem. , Princeton, N. J., 1862. Presb. clergyman, and 
pastor at Conshohocken, Penna., 1863-67; and Phillipsburg, Penna., 1867 
to date. m. Amanda Woodward, dau. Thomas Rogers. Address, Phillips- 
burg, Warren co., N. J. 



212 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI^VANIA. [1859 

JOSIAS HENRY YOUNG, A. M. 

b. Scotland, Mch. i, 1837, during a visit of his parents who were natives 
of Belfast, Ireland, s. Robert Young and Mary Hillman. Entered Soph. 
Class 1856. Valedictorian. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, 
N. J., 1862. Presb. clergj'man, and pastor Sunbur^-, Penna., 1863-65, and 
Waynesburg, Penna., 1866-69. Mcht. Indiana, Penna., 1869-75. Prof. 
Lang. State Normal Sch., Indiana, Penna., 1875-81. Principal of Schs., 
Indiana, Penna., 1881 to date. Agt. U. S. Christian Comn., 1865. m. Laura 
L., dau. Edward P. Hildebrand, Indiana, Penna. Address, Indiana, Penna. 

t ALFRED ZANTZINGER, A. M. (M. D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 1862 ) 
b. Phila., June 27, 1839; d. Phila., Aug. 15, 1873. s. George Zant- 
zinger and Caroline Helmuth. Entered 1855. Z. *. Physician, m. Sarah 
C, dau. Enoch W. Clark. 

Non-Graduates. 

THOMAS BURGESS BEALL. 

b. Belmont, Davidson co., N. C, Aug. 25, 1835. s. Burgess L. Beall and 
Ellen Moore. Entered as a partial student 1855, and left at the close of first 
term Fresh, year. Tanner. Merchant. Manufacturer. Capt. 14th N. C. 
Regt. Conf. Army, 1861-65, and during the latter part of his service com- 
manded the 2d N. C. Regt. Conf. Army. Was wounded four times during 
the war ; once being shot through the right lung, in addition to having a 
shoulder blade fractured at the battle of Cedar Crk., 1864. m. Elizabeth. 
W., dau. William Howard. Address, Salisbury, N. C. 

fCHARLES HENRY BOONE. 

b. , Feb. I, 1840; d. Phila., Oct. 6, 1866. s. William F. Boone and 

. Entered 1855, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. 

FREDERICK BROWN, JR. (Ph. G., Phila. Coll. Phar., 1861). 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1837. s. Frederick Brown and Charlotte Augusta 
Hoppin. Entered 1855, and left at the close of first term Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Druggist. Served as volunteer with the emergency troops when 
Penna. was threatened by the Conf. Army, 1862 and 1863. m. Jane Eliza- 
beth, dau. Thomas Wells, M. D., Columbia, S. C. Address, Burlington, 
N.J. 

CHARLES MARQUEDANT BURNS, JR. 

b. Phila., 1839. s. Charles Marquedant Burns and Eliza Van Dyke 
Rousseau. Entered second term Fresh, year 1856, and left at the close of 
Junior year. Mem. Philo. 4>. K. 2:. Architect. Instr. Drawing Haverford 
Coll., 1881-85. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Capt.'sclk. U. S. N., 
1862-63. Acting Asst. Paymaster U. S. N., 1863-65. Address, 717 Walnut 
St., Phila. 

LOUIS HENRY CARPENTER. 

b. Glassboro, N. J., Feb. 11, 1839. s. Edward Carpenter and Anna 
Maria Howe. Entered Soph. Class 1856, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Soldier. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. 
Private, corporal and sergt. 6th U. S. Cav.. Nov., 1861-62 ; 2d Lieut. 6th U. 
S. Cav., July, 1862; ist Lieut., Sept., 1864; Lieut.-Col. 5th U. S. Colored 
Cav., Oct., 1864; Brvt. Col., Sept., 1865 ; Col. 5th U. S. Colored Cav., Nov., 
1865 ; honorably mustered out of volunteer service, Mch., 1866. Capt. loth 
U. S. Cav., July, 1866; Maj. 5th U. S. Cav., Feb.. 1883; Lieut.-Col., Feb.. 
1883. Brvt. Col., Oct., 1868. Has published various magazine articles on 
military subjects. See Keith, Hamerslfs Records of Living Officers of 
(J. S. A. Address, War Dept., Washington, D. C. 



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t CHARLES BORROMEO DEVEREUX. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Mch. 7, 1839; d. Brunswick, Ga., Nov. 26, 1877. s. John 
Devereux and Helen C. Snyder. Entered Soph. Class Sci. course 1856, and 
left at the close of Junior year. A. -f. Merchant. Capt. and Comsy. Sub- 
sistence U. S. Vols., May, 1863. Div. Comsy. 23d Army Corps in Maj.-Geu. 
Bumside's expedition to East Tenn., and Depot Comsy., Knoxville, Tenu. 
Chief Comsy. Subsistence Dist. East Tenn., Jan., 1865 ; and of Dept. Tenn., 
July, 1865. Brvt. Maj., Mch., 1865. Honorably mustered out of service 
Apr., 1866. See A'eii/i. 

ROBERT EDGAR (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1859. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1862). 

b. CO. Down, Ireland, July 31, 1833. s. William Edgar and Jane Edgar 
Entered 1855, and left at the close of second term Fresh, year 1856. Mem 
Clio. Soc. Coll. N. J. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 
1862. Presb. clergyman, and stated supply Lake George, N. Y., 1862-63 ; 
and Swartswood, N. J., 1S64-65 ; and Nicholson, Penna., 1S65-66 ; evan- 
gelist Tioga, Penna., 1867 ; stated supply Union, N. Y., 1S66-67 ; and Toledo, 
O., 1867-71 ; and Clayton, Mich., 1873-74; pastor Deerfield, Mich., 1875-78 ; 
and Aledo, 111., 1878; and Davenport, Iowa. m. Mary Jane, dau. John 
Boozer, Burlington, N. J. See Gen. Cat. Princeion Theol. Sem. Address, 
Davenport, Iowa. 

ISAAC WEAVER GULDIN (A. M., Lafayette Coll., gratise causa, i860). 

b. Amity twp., Berks co., Penna., Dec. 4, 1834. s. Abraham Guldin 
and Susanna Weaver. Entered 1855, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Clerk. Principal of Acad, at Birdsboro, Penna., 1858-59, and at the "Hill 
School," Pottstown, Penna., 1860-61, and at Pughtown, Penna., 1861 — -. 
Sec. and Asst. Engr. Del. River and Lancaster R. R. m. 1st, Amelia B., 
dau. George L. Custer ; 2d, Amanda H. , dau. Michael L. Custer. Address, 
1042 Chestnut St., Reading, Penna. 

tJOHN HASELTINE HADDOCK. 

b. Phila., May 9, 1841 ; d. in the battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 
2, 1862. s. Daniel Haddock, Jr., and Catherine Lucy Shinn. Entered 

1855, and left at the close of Junior year. A. "P. Private Keystone Battery ; 
and of 15th Penna. Cav. (Anderson Trp.) U. S. Vols., and went vnth them 
to Louisville, Ky., 1861. ist Lieut. 8th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., Dec, 
186 1, and was acting Adj. at the time of his death. 

tSTEPHEN FRANKLIN HANSON. 

b. Phila., July 11, 1839; d. Phila., Apr. 26, 1875. s. William R. 

Hanson and . Entered second term Fresh, year 1856, and left at the 

close of Fresh, year. A. ^. 

CHARLES FIELD HASELTINE. 

b. Phila., July 29, 1840. s. John Haseltine and Elizabeth Stanley 
Shinn. Entered 1855, and left at the close of Soph. year. A.^. Dealer in 
paintings. Lieut. Penna. militia during the first invasion of Penna. by the 
Conf. Army, 1862. m. Elizabeth Holmes, dau. Joseph Patterson. Address, 
1416 Chestnut St., Phila. 

i-JAMES HARRISON LAMBDIN. 

b. Phila., Sept. 25, 1840; d. Gtn., Phila., Nov. 28, 1870. s. James Reid 
Lambdin, Prof. Fine Arts Dept. , and Mary Cochran. Entered Soph. Class 

1856, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. <t>. K. 2. Art 
teacher P. E. Acad., Phila., 1861, and again in 1868. P. E. clergyman. 
2d Lieut. i2ist Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861. A. D. C. on the staff of 
Gen. Doubleday till after the battle of Gettysburg, afterward with Gen. 
Rice till his death at the battle of the Wilderness. Asst. Adj. -Gen. U. S. 
Vols., with the rank of Capt., and served with Maj. -Gen. Crawford until the 
close of the war. He retired honorably from the Army with the rank of 
Lieut. -Col. 



214 UNIVERSITY OP PENNSYLVANIA. [1859 

t GEORGE WASHINGTON REED. 

b. Phila., Jan. 26, 1840; d. Phila., Aug. 25, 1S85. s. Hon. William 
Bradford Reed, LL,. D. (Class 1822), Prof. Am. Hist., and Louisa Whelan. 
Entered 1855, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Private Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols. 

t GEORGE DANIEL STROUD (A. B., Kenyon Coll., O., 1859. A. M., Kenyon 
Coll., 1862). 

b. Phila., Mch. 21, 1841 ; d. Pittston, Penna., June 29, 1887. s. Hon. 
George McDowell Stroud and Eleanor Hallowell. Entered 1855, and left at 
the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. P. E. clergyman. Q. 
M. Sergt. Rush's Lancers U. S. Vols., 1862. ist Lieut, and Capt. 20th 
Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1863-64. m. M. Annie, dau. Edward H. Orme. 

BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON TATEM. 

b. Denton, Md., Oct. 17, 1840. s. William Alexander Tatem, M. D., 
and Martha W. Tabeld. Entered Soph. Class 1856, and left at the close of 
Junior year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Del. Coll., Newark, Del. Address, 
Helena, Montana. 

tJOHN TUCKER, JR. 

b. Phila., Mch. 2, 1839; d. Phila., Feb. 17, 18S8. s. John Tucker and 
Louisa Matilda Brown. Entered 1855, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Z. '}'. m. Elizabeth R., dau. Edward Russell Evans. 

WILLIAM WILSON UNDERHILL. 

b. Burlington, N. J., . s. Ira B. Underhill and . Entered 

Junior Class 1857, and left at the close of first term Junior year. Studied at 
Burlington Coll., N. J. 

t EDWARD SIDDONS WHELEN. 

b. Phila., Dec. 23, 1839; d. Bordeaux, France, Apr. 8, 1884. s. Edward 
Siddons Whelen and Isabella Hubbard Nevins. Entered 1855, and left at 
the close of Fresh, year. *. K. 2. Banker. Served during the "emer- 
gency" of 1861 as private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., and later as Pay- 
master U. S. N. m. Acelie, widow of Togno, and dau. Togno, M. D. 

JOHN BRINTON WHITE. 

b. Phila., Mch. 20, 1840. s. William White, Jr. (Class 1829), and Sarah 
Frederica Brinton. Entered 1855, and left at the close of second term 
Soph. year. A. *. Employed in Phila. & Reading R. R. Co.'s machine 
shops, Reading, 1857-59. Clk. Phila. & Reading R. R. Office, Phila., 
i860. Sec. and Treas. Reading & Columbia R. R. Co. First Auditor, 
Comp. and Sec. pro tent, successively Phila. & Reading R. R. Co., 1860-81. 
Since then Treas. and Mngr. Cross Crk. Coal Co., and Mngr. with firm 
of Coxe Bros. & Co., coal operators, Drifton, Luzerne co., Penna. m. Jane 
Dundas, dau. Hon. David Francis Gordon, Reading, Penna. See Mont- 
gomery s Col. Thomas White and his Descdts. Brinton Getieal. Address, 
Drifton, Luzerne co., Penna. 

PHILIP HOWELL WHITE. 

b. Phila., Mch. 5, 1839. s. David Hall White and Catharine Howell. 
Entered second term Fresh, year Jan., 1856, and left at the close of Junior 
year. <1>. K. 2. Engineer. Merchant. Teacher. Clerk. 3d Asst. Engr. 
U. S. N., Nov., 1861-64. 2d Asst. Engr. U. S. N., 1864 to May, 1865, when 
he honorably resigned, m. Mary Jane, dau. George Janvier, New Castle, Del. 
Address, 715 Pine St., Phila. 

tJOHN WILLSON (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1861). 

b. Phila., July 18, 1840; d. near Fort Scott, Kansas, Apr. 29, 1870. s. 
Rev. James McLeod Willson, D. D., and Rebecca Burt. Entered 1855, and 
left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Mem. Med. 
Soc. State Penna. Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 1861-62. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 
1862-65 and 1867-70. 



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i860. 

RBCHARD DALE BENSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. i, 1841. s. Gustavus Smith Benson (Class 1823) and 
Margaretta Fitzgerald Dale. Entered 1856. A. 4). Mcht., 1860-81. Vice-Pres. 
and Pres. Fire Ins. Co., Phila., 1881 to date. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna.; Mil. 
Order Loyal Legion U. S. Private Commonwealth (Penna.) Artill. U. S. 
Vols., Apr. to Aug., 1861. 2d Lieut, and ist Lieut. 114th Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols., 1862-65. Promoted to Capt., but declined. A. D. C. to Brig.- 
Gen. Chas. K. Graham, 1863-65. Brvt. Capt. and Brvt. Maj. U. S. Vols, 
for gallantry at the battle of Chancellorsville. Col. ist Regt. Penna. N. G. 
m. Mary Watson, dau. George Eckert, Phila. Address, 1120 Spruce St., 
Phila. 

t GEORGE McClelland bredin. 

b. Butler, Penna., Mch. 4, 1841 ; d. in the battle of Fredericksburg, 
Va., Dec. 14, 1863. s. Hon. John Bredin and Nancy McClelland. Entered 
Soph. Class 1857. Mem. Philo. Law student. ist Sergt. Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols., 1863. He had been promoted to 2d Lieut, just before his death. 

HENRY BRINTON COXE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 6, 1841. s. Hon. Charles Sidney Coxe (Class 180S) and 
Ann Maria Brinton. Entered 1856. A. 4>. Coal operator, m. Isabel, dau. 
Alexander Brown (Class 1836), Phila. Address, 3 W. Thirtieth St., N.Y. City, 

CALEB WILLIAM CRESSON,"^ A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 22, 1839. s. William Penn Cresson and Susan Vaux. 
Entered vSoph. Class 1857. Mem. Philo. A. >i>. m. Isabella, dau. Samuel 
Gumbes. Address, 1706 Pine St., Phila. 

GEORGE KNOWLES CROZER. 

b. Upland, Del. co., Penna., Nov. 12, 1839. s. John Price Crozer and 

Sarah Levis. Entered 1856. Manufacturer, m. . Address, 2022 

Walnut St., Phila. 

ROBERT HALL CROZER, A. M. 

b. Upland, Del. co., Penna., Sept. 4, 1841. s. John Price Crozer and 
Sarah Levis. Entered 1856. Manufacturer. Address, Upland, Del. co., 
Penna. 

fFRANCELLUS GORDON DALTON, A.M. 

b. Chester, Penna., April 11, 1841 ; d. . s. Elbridge Gerry Daltou 

and . Entered Senior Class 1859. Studied at Dartmouth Coll. He was 

killed while in the U. S. service during the Civil War. 

LEMUEL JACOB DEAL, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1865. Ph. D., Wagner 
Free Instit. Sci. Phila., gratiae causa, 1872.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 24, 1842. s. Charles Deal and Marv Luanna Jewell. 
Entered 1856. Mem. Philo. Studied at Union Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, 
1861-63. Physician. Lecturer Chem. Franklin Instit., Phila., 1866-67; 
and at Wagner Free Instit. Sci., Phila., 1866-74. Asst. Demstr. Anat. and 
Chf Surg. Clinic Jeff. Med. Coll., 1866-74. Prof Chem. Missouri Med. Coll., 

St. Louis, 1874-75; and of Penna. Coll. Phar., 1877 . Fell. Coll. Phvs. 

Phila., 1870. Mem. Frankhn Instit. Phila.; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Phila. 
CO. Med. Soc, and its Sec, 1869-70; Med. Soc. State Penna.; Am. Med. 
Assn.; Am. Acad. Med.; W. Va. Hist. Soc. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 
Mch. to Nov., 1865, in charge of Post Hosp. Fort Macomb, La. m. Anna 
Eliza, dau. William Lugar. Address, 2 119 Howard St., Phila. 

EUGENE DEVEREUX, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 5, 1841. s. John Devereux and Helen C. Snyder. 
Entered 1856. A. ^. Merchant. Fleet Sec. Texas Div. West Gulf Block- 
ading Squadron, U. S. N., 1863. Judge Advocate Naval Gen. Court Martial 

* Now known as Caleb Cresson. 



2l6 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [i860 

held off Galveston, Texas, 1863. Author "Chronicles of the Plumsted 
Family, etc.," and contributor Penna. Mag. of Hist. See Keith. Address, 
1 83 1 De Lancey Place, Phila. 

t ARCHIBALD HILL ENGLE, A. M. 

b. St. Louis, Mo., May 10, 1842; d. in the battle Resacca, Ga., 
May 14, 1864. s. Hon. Peter Hill Engle and Mary Evans Dick. Entered 
1856. Mem. Philo. Law student. Served in a volunteer regt. throughout 
the three months sers-ice, 1861. Lieut., Capt. and Brvt. Maj. U. S. A., 
1861-64, and served on the staff of Maj. -Gen. Schofield. 

t ROBERT PATTERSON ENGLES. 

b. Phila., May 2, 1842 ; d. . s. Joseph Patterson Engles (Class 181 1) 

and Harriet P. Allen. Entered 1856. 

WOODRUFF JONES, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 13, 1841. s. Isaac C. Jones, Jr., and Sarah W. Woodruff. 
Entered Soph. Class 1857. Mem. Philo. Student Phila. Coll. Phar. two 
years. Chemist. 2d Lieut. Landis' Phila. Battery during the emergencies, 
1862 and 1863, when the Conf. Army threatened the invasion of Penna. m. 
Sara E.. dau. Matthew Dripps. See Keith. Address, 4760 Green St., Gtn., 
Phila. 

tJOHN MARKOE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 9, 1840; d. Phila., Feb. i, 1893. s. James Markoe and 
Sarah C. Fisher. Entered 1856. A. <i>. Stock broker. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal 
Legion U. S. Private 17th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Apr., 1861 ; 2d Lieut. 
71st Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., May, 1861 ; ist Lieut., June, 1861 ; Capt., 
July, 1861. Capt. and additional A. D. C. U. S. Vols., May to Oct., 1862. 
Lieut.-Col. 71st Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Sept., 1862. Resigned and 
honorably discharged on account of disability, Feb. 27, 1863. Br\i;. Col. 
U. S. Vols., Mch. 13, 1865. Br\i;. Brig.-Gen. U. S. Vols., Mch. 13, 1865. 
m. 1st, Emily, dau. Alexander Brown (Class 1836) ; 2d, Matilda, dau. St. 
George Tucker Campbell (Class 1832). 

CHARLES MORISON, A. M. 

b. New Orleans, La., June 30, 1841. s. George Noble Morison and 
Maria Matilda Doane. Entered Soph. Class 1857. Mem. Philo. P. E. 
clergyman, and rector at New Orleans, La., 1870; and So. Bethlehem, 
Penna., 1873 ; and asst. rector St. James', Phila., 1878 ; and rector Sunbury, 
Penna., 1882 to date. Address, Sunbury, Penna. 

CHRISTOPHER STUART PATTERSON, A.M. 

b. Phila., June 24, 1842. s. Joseph Patterson and Jane Cuyler. Entered 
Soph. Class 1857. Pres. Zelo. Class Vice Pres. A. ^. 4>. B. K. Lawyer. 
Prof. Law Real Estate and Conveyancing, 1887 to date. Dean Law Dept., 
1890 to date. Inspector State Penitentiary, Phila., 1884 to date. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1885 ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Corp. Landis' ist 
Phila. Light Artill. during the emergency, 1863. He was wounded at 
Carlisle, Penna., July, 1863. Author "Treatise on Railway Accident Law." 
m. Ellen, dau. George H. Stuart, Phila. See Appleton, Allibone. Address, 
Chestnut!Hill, Phila. 

t GEORGE WILLIAM POWELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 23, 1840; d. Phila., Nov. 9, 1863, in consequence of 
wounds received while in the service of U. S. s. George Powell, M. D., 

and . Entered 1856. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. 2d Lieut, and ist 

Lieut. I2ist Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1862-63. 

fTHEODORE HOLCOMBE REAKIRT, A.M. 

b. Phila., vSept. 10, 1S41 ; d. Phila., Nov. 10, 1874. s. Joseph Reakirt 
and Keziah Holcombe. Entered 1856. A. *. Lawyer. Private First Trp. 
Phila. City Cav. during the three months campaign. May to Aug., 1861. 



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JOHN GILL STEEN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1839. s. Robert Steen and Margaret Service. En- 
tered 1856. Cotton mfr. ; ironmaster ; supdt. at Chester and Upland, Penna. ; 
now connected with the Union Trust Co., Phila. Private in Penna. militia 
during the emergencies, 1862-63. m. Anna Elizabeth Fulton. Address, 
401 N. Thirty-third St., Phila. 

ROBERT WHITE, A. M. 

b. Belfast, Ireland, Aug. 26, 1836. s. William White and Mary Ann 
Clendinning. Entered 1856. Mem. Philo. Presb. clergyman, m. Mar- 
garet Mitchell, dau. Samuel Kyle, Cedarville, O. Address, Steubenville, 
Jefferson co., Ohio. 

WILLIAM WURTS WHITE, A. M. 

b. Pottsville, Penna., Nov. 3, 1841. s. John Richards White (Class 1832) 
and Caroline Wurts. Entered 1856. Moderator Philo. Z. ^. Awarded 
Junior English prize, and Henry Reed prize at graduation. Valedictorian. 
Merchant, m. Kate, dau. Elias Merwin, Boston, Mass. Address, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
iDAVID BURT WILLSON, A. M. D. D., 1890. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1863.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 27, 1842. s. Rev. James McLeod Willson, D. D., and 
Rebecca Burt. Entered 1856. Awarded Junior Gr. prize and Senior Gr. 
prize. Moderator Philo. *. B. K. Gr. Salutatorian. Law student, 1869-70. 
Was graduated at Ref. Presb. Theol. Sem., Allegheny, Penna., 1869. Presb. 
clergyman, and pastor Allegheny, Penna., 1870-75. Prof. Bib. Lit. Ref. 
Presb. Theol. Sem. Allegheny, Penna., 1875 to date. Medical Cadet U. S. A., 
1862. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., July, 1863 to July, 1865. Edited "Lyman's 
Historical Chart;" editor Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter, beside 
publishing occasional addresses, m. ist, Martha G., dau. Robert Grier, 
Pittsburgh, Penna. ; 2d, Mary R., dau. Rev. John Galbraith. See MunselVs 
Am. Alices., vol. vii., Appleton, Address, 46 Buena Vista St., Allegheny, 
Penna. 
FRANCIS WISTER, A. M. 

b. Gtn., Phila., June 2, 1841. s. William Wister and Sarah Logan 
Fisher. Entered Soph. Class 1857. Mem. Philo. Z. ^. Merchant. Mem. 
Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Capt. 12th U. S. Inf., Aug. 1861-65 ; Col. 
215th Penna. Regt., U. S. Vols., Apr. to July, 1865; Brvt. Maj. U. S. A., 
May, 1863 ; Brvt. Lieut.-Col. U. S. A., July, 1863. A. D. C. on the staff of 
Maj. -Gen. A. A. Humphreys, 1864-65. He resigned honorably from the 
Army, Apr., 1866. Author " History of the 12th U. S. Infantry." m. Mary 
T., dau. Joseph Tiers (Class 1835). See Keith, Rodman Family. Address, 
2221 St. James PL Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

BENJAMIN NORMAN BAILEY (C. E., Poly. Coll. Penna., Phila., 1863). [Sci. 

b. N. Y. City, Oct. 10, 1840. s. Eli Westcott Bailey and Esther Ann 
Whitney. Entered Sci. course 1856, and left 1859. Civil and mining engr. 
Address, 21 15 Spruce St., Phila. 
JOHN ELY BREADY (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1878). [Sci. 

b. Phila., Apr. 11, 1840. s. James Hall Bready and Eliza Ely. Entered 
Sci. course Jan., 1856, and left 1858. Studied at Coll. Phys. and Surgs., 
N. Y. City, 1859-61. Manufacturer. Physician. Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Marine Hosp. Ser^-ice, iSSo-86. Mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Iowa State Med. 
Soc. ; Med. Soc. Dubuque and Julien, Iowa. 2d Lieut. 14th Penna. Cav. 
U. S. Vols., Dec, 1S62 to Apr., 1864, when he was honorably dischai-ged 
for disability contracted in the service, m. Marcia W., dau. George W. 
Brownell, Galena, 111. Address, 1059 Locust St., Dubuque, Iowa. 



2l8 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [i860 

JOHN COOK BROWN. 

b. Phila., Mch. 10, 1841. s. John Brown and Anne Galbraith. Entered 
1856, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Hardware mcht. until the 
breaking out of the Civil War, and after his return from the war resumed 
the same business. Capt. 5th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1862-65. m. Sarah 
J., dau. Edward Rowland Elliott. Address, 1731 N. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

THOMAS BROWN. 

b. Phila., Sept. 22, 1839. s. John Brown and Anne Galbraith. Entered 
1856, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Wholesale grocer 
for four years, and since then paying teller in the Corn Exchange Nat. 
Bank, Phila. Served as color-Sergt. in the Penna. militia during the 
emergency of 1862 and of 1863. m. Catharine M., dau. Rev. John Middle- 
ton. Address, 806 Windsor Sq., Phila. 

WILLIAM HARDCASTLE BROWNE (A. B., Amherst Coll., 1861. A. M., Amherst 
Coll., 1864). 

b. Phila., Nov. 14, 1840. s. Charles Browne and Eliza Ann Hardcastle. 
Entered 1856, and left at the close of Soph. year. Teacher, 1862-64. 
La^vyer. Author " Digest of Divorce and Alimony in the U. S.;" " Com- 
mentary on Divorce;" " Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of Eng- 
land," condensed and with a glossary ; "Witty Sayings of Witty People ;" 
" Bible Heroes," etc. m. Alice, dau. Thomas Beaver, Danville, Penna. See 
Allibone. Address, 1 126 Spruce St., Phila. 

ADRIAN SOUTH EY CLARK. 

b. Phila., July 5, 1841. s. Rev. Robert Case Clark (Class 1833) and 
Adelaide Amanda Street. Entered 1856, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Clerk. Law student. Real estate broker. Private 15th Penna. Cav. U. S. 
Vols., 1862-65. Served most of his time on "special duty" with Gens. 
Thomas, Rosecrans and Sherman. Participated in the battle of Antietam^ 
and in all the battles from Nashville to Atlanta, m. Gertrude D., dau. Hon. 
John A. Hazzard. Address, 1505 Girard Ave., Phila. 

HARRY CONNELLY, JR. 

b. Phila., Feb. 7, 1841. s. Harry Connelly and . Entered 1856, 

and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Z. 1'. Stock broker, 
m. Sally Wain, dau. Hon. Richard Vaux. .\ddress, 731 So. Broad St., 
Phila. 
ASHER COOK, JR., A. M., gratiae causa, 1864. (A. B., Lewisburg [now Buck- 
nell] Univ., 1863. A. M., Lewisburg Univ., 1866, B. D., Lewisburg Univ., 
1862). 

b. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1834. s. Asher Cook and Rachel Ives. 
Entered 1856, and left at the close of Junior year. Bapt. clergyman. 
Postmaster Middle Grove, Saratoga co., N. Y., 1887-89. Serv^ed as a private 
28th Regt. Penna. militia in the emergency, June-July, 1863. m. Minnie, 
dau. Francis Hagedorn, Hagedorn's Mills, N. Y. Address, Middle Grove., 
Saratoga co. , N. Y. 
JOHN BAKER HINKSON (A. B., Lafayette Coll., i860. A. M., Lafayette Coll., 
1863). 

b. near Chester, Penna., Oct. 2, 1840. s. Joseph H. Hinkson and Lydia 
Ann Edwards. Entered 1856, and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. 
Lawyer. Mayor of Chester, Penna., Feb., 1893, for a term of three years, 
m. Kate W., dau. John A. Caldwell. See Coffin's Men of Lafayette . 
Address, Chester, Penna. 
HENRY BOWEN JOHNSON. [Sci. 

b. , Mch. 2, 1839. s. Moses Johnson and . Entered 1856, and 

left at the close of Fresh, year, when he was transferred to Sci. course, and 
remained one year, 1857-58. 



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JAMES MIFFLIN LINNARD. 

b. Phila., Aug. 26, 1840. s. Stephen Beasley Linnard and Emily Louisa 
Kelly. Entered 1856, and left at the close of Soph. year. Wholesale drug 
mcht. until the breaking out of the Ci^^l War. 2d Lieut. 23d Penna. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., July, 1861-65. He was twice wounded, and was twice 
confined in Libby Prison, m. Sarah J., dau. Edmund Alphonso Souder. 

fASHHURST McEUEN. 

b. Phila., Jan. 31, 1840 ; d". Geneva, Switzerland, Feb., 1866. s. Charles 
McEuen (Class 1821) and Mary Jane Ashhurst. Entered Soph. Class 1857, 
and left at the close of first term Soph, year. Studied at Williams Coll., 
1856. 

t ROBERTSON LEATHEM MACKLIN. 

b. Phila., Nov. io,/i84i ; d. Phila., Feb. 9, 1865. s. Rev. Alexander 
Macklin, D. D., and Elizabeth Augusta Kelso. Entered Soph. Class 1857, 
and left during the Senior year. Mem. Philo. Law student in Balto., Md. 

fSITGREAVES ARTISTE MASSEY. 

b. Phila., Mch. 4, 1841 ; d. , 1870. s. William Massey and Fanny 

. Entered 1856, and left at the close of Fresh, year. *. K. 2. 

t GEORGE de BENNEVILLE MEARS. [Sci. 

b. Phila., July 12, 1840; d. Branchtown, Phila., Feb. i, 1866. s. Ell- 
wood Mears and Anne de Benneville. Entered Sci. course 1856, and left at 
the close of Fresh, year. Clk. in banking house of Jay Cooke & Co., Phila. 

WILLIAM COLE MORGAN. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Apr. 28, 1840. s. William Cole Morgan and Jane Campbell 

Miles. Entered Sci. course 1856, and left at the close of Fresh, year. *. K. 2. 

Stock broker. Private 17th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861. m. Elizabeth, 

dau. Reed A. Williams. Address, 4723 Green St., Gtn., Phila. 

GEORGE GRICE MYERS. 

b. Phila., May 9, 1839. s. Lawrence Myers and Margaret Grice. 
Entered 1856, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

HORACE AUGUSTUS NATHANS. 

b. Phila., Oct. 10, 1839. s. Moses Nathans and . Entered 1856, 

and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. Merchant, m. . Address, 

1500 Centennial Ave., Phila. 

WILLIAM NORRIS. 

b. Reedsville, Mifflin co., Penna., July 4, 1841. s. Major William Brown 
Norris, U. S. A., and Harriet Hall. Entered 1856, and left at the close of 
Junior year. Mem. Philo. A. <l>. Awarded Fresh. Latin prize. Lawyer. 
Notary Public. Sch. Direc. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Private nth Penna. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., 1861. 1st Lieut. 4th Regt. Penna. militia, 1862-63. 
m. Harriet Chapman, dau. Thomas Bennet. Address, Williamsport, Penna. 

ALBERT ALBOUY OUTERBRIDGE, LL. B., 1862. 

b. Id. of Bermuda, Apr. 20, 1841. s. Alexander Ewing Outerbridge 
and Laura Catharine Harvey. Entered 1856, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. Lawyer. Trust Officer Land Title and Trust Co. , Phila. , 1885 to date. 
Reporter Sup. Ct. Penna., 1S81-85. Published "Penna. State Reports," 
vols. 97-110. Editor Weekly Notes of Cases, 1874-90. Corp. Landis' 
ist Phila. Light Artill. during the emergency, 1863. See Appleton, 
Allibone. Address, 11 E. Penn St., Gtn., Phila. 
HYLAND ROBERT PENINGTON. 

b. , July I, 1840. s. Hyland B. Penington and . Entered 

1856, and left at the close of Soph. year. 



220 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1860 

CHARLES EVERETT RICHARDS. 

b. Phila., Mch. 7, 1841. s. Benjamin Wood Richards and Sarah Ann 
Lippincott. Entered 1856, and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. 
Student in Law Dept., 1860-61. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., May- 
Aug., 1861. ist Lieut, and Capt. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861-63, when 
he honorably resigned. 

+JAMES RIDDLE. 

b. Phila., Dec. 19, 1840; d. Phila., Mch. 29, 1861. s. John Sims Riddle 
and Mary Binney Wallace. Entered second term Soph, year 1858, and left 
at the close of same year. Studied at Yale, and was a cadet at U. S. Mil. 
Acad., West Point. 

+ WILLIAM COFFIN SHINN. [Sci. 

b. Haddonfield, N. J., Dec. i, 1838; d. Haddonfield, N. J., May 14, 
1879. s. Charles Hammill Shinn and Abbie M. CoflSn. Entered Sci. course 
1856, and left 1857. t. K. S. Merchant. Capt. 24th N. J. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., 1862-63. ist Lieut, ist N. J. militia, July to Aug., 1864. m. Louisa 
Jane, dau. George W. Garrison. 

tJAMES ALEXANDER TENNENT. 

b. , Sept. 28, 1840 ; d. . s. James Tennent and Hooper. 

Entered 1856, and left at the close of Soph. year. <t>. K. 2. 



WILLIAM McKEAN BAYARD, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 13, 1843. s. Charles Pettit Bayard (Class 1826) and 
Adeline Julia McKean. _ Entered 1857. Stock broker. Address 5519 Ger- 
man town Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

JOHN QUINCY CARPENTER, A. M. M. D., 1868. 

b. Phila., Aug. 6, 1842. s. George Washington Carpenter and Ellen 
Douglas. Entered 1857. A. ■*. Most of his time has been spent in Europe. 
Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Private Commonwealth (Penna.) 
Artill. during the three months service, 1861. 2d Lieut, Sept., 1862; ist 
Lieut, Oct, 1862, and Capt, Jan., 1864, 150th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 
1862-65. Was captured at Gettysburg, Penna., and confined for twenty- 
two months in Libby Prison, at Macon, Ga., and at Columbia, S. C, and 
finally escaped from the latter place. m. Mary Dorrance, dau. Robert D, 
Dunning. Address, 5510 Germantown Ave., Gtn., Phila. \ 

WILLIAM WRIGHT CRAIG, A.M. 

b. Saharanpur, North India, Asia, Sept. i, 1841. s. James Craig and 
Jane Wright. Entered 1857. Teacher in Rev. Dr. John W. Faires' Classical 
Instit, Phila., 1861-77. Lawj-er. Asst Clk. U. S. Dist Ct. E. D., Penna. 
Served as private ist Regt. Penna. militia, 1863. m. Mary Ella, dau. Samuel 
Beaver, Chester Valley, Penna. Address, Norristown, Penna. 

tLEVI DICKSON, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 9. 1841 ; d. Phila., Apr. 12, 1883. s. James Newton 
Dickson and Beulah Allen. Entered Soph. Class Jan., 1859. A. <I>. 

t RICHARD HALL DOUGLASS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 12, 1839; d. Panama, C. A., June 4, 186S. -s. Rev. Jacob 
Morgan Douglass and Mary Hall Willard. Entered second term, Soph, year 
1859. Mem. Philo. *. K. il. Honorable mention for Soph. Latin prize; 
awarded Junior Gr. and Junior English prizes, and Senior Gr. and Senior 
English prizes, and the Henry Reed prize at graduation. Gr. Salutatoriau. 
Asst Paymaster U. S. N., 1861 ; Paymaster, 1862. 



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EUGENE du PONT, A.M. ., . . j, a t, *. 

b near Wilmington, Del., Nov. i6, 1840. s. Alexis Iren^e du Pont 
(Class i8^s) and Joanna Smith. Entered 1857. *. K. 2. Manufacturer. 
ist Lieut. Sterling's Independent Co. (Del.) U. S. Vols., 1864-65. m Amelia 
Elizabeth, dau. Charles Irenee du Pont. Address, Wilmington, Del. 

+JOHN FORBES, JR , A.M. , ^ ,. j t? 

b Phila May 2, 1843 ; d. Phila., 1868. s. John Forbes and . En- 
tered 1857. P. E. clergyman, and rector Ch. of the Nativity, So. Beth- 
lehem, Penna. 

CHARLES WETHERILL GUNIBES, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1864.) 

b Phila Nov 2, 1841. s. Samuel Wethenll Gumbes and Frances 
Sarah Dring' Macomb. Entered 1857. Mem. Philo. Physician. Mem. 
Hist. Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Med. Cadet U. S. A., 
1862-63 : Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1864-65, and served m Emory Gen 
USA Hosp., Washington, D. C, and in Gen. De Russey s Div. 22d 
Army Corps, m. Marie Louise, dau. Paul Cushman, Albany, N. Y. Ad- 
dress, Oaks, Montg. co., Penna. 

CHESTER DAVID HARTRANFT, A. M. (Mus.D., Rutgers Coll., 1871. D. D., 
Rutgers Coll., 1876.) _ ^ ^ 1 xr _4. 

b Frederick twp., Montg. co., Penna., Oct. 15, 1839. s. Samuel Hart- 
ranft and Salome Stetler. Entered 1857. Honorable mention for Soph. 
Latin prize, and for Junior English prize. Moderator Philo Was grad- 
uated at Theol. Sem., New Brunswick, N. J., 1864. Dutch Ref. clergyman, 
and pastor So. Bushwick, 1864-66 ; and Second Ch., New Brunswick N. J., 
1866-78. Prof. Theol. Sem., Hartford, Conn., 1878-88, and Pres. of same, 
1888 to date. Mem. Soc. Exegesis and Bib. Lit. ; Nat. Acad. Theol. ; Am. Ch. 
Hist Soc. Capt. i8th Regt. Penna. militia during the emergency, 1862. 
Edited " Schwenckfeld and his Followers ;" the Donatist writings of Augus- 
tine and Sozomen in the Post-Nicene series ; addresses, m. Anna Frances, 
dau. Rev. Joseph F. Berg, D. D., Phila. Address, Hartford, Conn. 

EDWARD JAMES HEYL, A. M. . ^ , ■ ^ ;, ^ . a 

h. Phila., Jan. 8, 1843. s. Francis Heyl and Catharine Reed. Entered 
1857. Mem. Philo. Awarded Fresh. Gr. prize equally with Gregory B. 
Keen, and Soph. Latin prize, with honorable mention for Soph. Gr. prize, 
and honorable mention for Junior Latin prize. Student in Law Dept., 1863 
-64. Lawyer. 

+ MARTIN PARKINSON JONES, A.M. ^^ , 

b. Phila., 1840; d. Cleveland, O., July 3, 1883. s. . Entered 

Junior Class 1859. Moderator Philo. Presb. clergyman, m. , of 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

GREGORY BEDELL KEEN,* A. M. ^ . „ .^ 

b. Phila., Mch. 3, 1844. s. Joseph Swift Keen and Lucy Ann Hutton 
Entered 1857. Awarded Fresh. Gr. prize equally with Edward J. Heyl, and 
Soph. Gr. and Junior Latin prizes, and honorable mention for Junior Gr. 
prize. Mem. Philo. <{>. B. K. Valedictorian. Was graduated at Div. Sch. 
P E Ch., Phila., 1866. P. E. clergyman, 1866-68. Student in Med. Dept., 
1870-71. Prof. Math. Theol. Sem. St. Charies Borromeo, Overbrook, Penna., 
1871-72. Librarian Univ. of Penna., 1887 to date. Historiographer Alumni 
Soc, Coll. Dept., 1890 to date. Corres. Sec. Hist. Soc. Penna., 1880 to date. 
Mem. Am. Catholic Hist. Soc; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; Gen. Soc. War 
of 1812; Columbian Catholic Cong. U. S., Chicago, 111., 1893. Author 
"Catalogue of the Chess Collection of the late George Allen, Esq., LL. D.;^ 
the chapters on " New Sweden " and " Note on New Albion " in Winsor s 
' ' Narrative and Critical Hist, of America; " "The Descendants of Joran Ryn 
the Founder of Upland ;" beside translations of various Dutch and SwedisH 
Mss. for Penna. Mag: of Hist, and Bio?, of which he was editor, 1883-84. 
m. Stella Maria, dau. John Watson. See MimseWs Am. Ances., vol. v.; 
Appleton, Allibone. Address, 3237 Chestnut St., Phila. 
* Now known as Gregorj- Bernard Keen. 



222 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1861 

CHARLES JOSEPH LITTLE, A. M. (Ph. D., De Pauw Univ., Ind., 1881. LL. D., 
Dickinson Coll., 1885.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 21, 1840. s. Thomas Rowell Little and Anne Zimmer- 
mann. Entered 1857. Moderator Philo. Teacher Williamsport Sem., 
Penna., 1866-70. M. E. clergyman, and pastor Christ M. E. Ch., Phila., 
1872-75. Prof. Phil, and Eng. Lit. Dickinson Coll., 1874-83, and of Phil, 
and Political Economy. 1883-85. Prof Hist, and Logic, Univ. Syracuse, 
N. Y., 1885 to date. State Librarian, Penna., 1882-85. m. Anna Marina, 
dau. Dr. Karl Bahn, Prussian Army. See MunseWs Am. Ances., vol. iv. 
Address, Syracuse, N. Y. 
-{.JOHN ALEXANDER McARTHUR, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1864.) 

b. Phila., Apr. 30, 1841 ; d. . s. John McArthur and . Entered 

1857. Mem. Philo. <}>. K. 2. Physician. 

^ HENRY MOFFETT, A. M. 

b. Mt. Holly, N. J., Jan. 30, 1840 ; d. BurHngton, N. J., Apr. 2, 1883. 
s. Craig Moffett and Jane Ross Allen. Entered Senior Class i860. Studied 
at Burlington Coll., N. J. Lawyer. Mayor of Burlington, N. J., 1869. m. 
Cecilia, dau. William JJorris Murphy. 
f RANK WILLIAM PAUL, A. M. 

b. Florence, Italy, Oct. 14, 1841, while his parents were temporarily 
there. s. James William Paul (Class 1834) and Hannah Clement Bunker. 
Entered second term Soph, year, Feb., 1859. *. K. 2. Studied at Harvard, 
1857. Lawyer. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. He left the Senior 
Class Apr. 20, 1861, to join the Commonwealth (Penna.) Artill. as a private, 
and was mustered out Aug. , 1861 . ist Lieut. Battery' attached to 58th Penna. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., Nov., 1861 ; transferred to 2d Penna. Heavy Artill., Nov., 
1862 ; honorably mustered out, Nov., 1864. ist Lieut. 24th U. S. Inf , July, 
1866; resigned and honorably discharged, Apr., 1868. Brvt. Capt. U. S. 
Vols., Mch., 1865; Brvt. Capt. U. S. A., Mch., 1867. m. Florence, dau. 
Joseph H. Oglesby, New Orleans, La. See Rodman Family. Address, 
Villa Nova, Del. co., Penna., or 220 So. Fourth St., Phila. 
fEBENEZER GREENOUGH PLATT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 28, 1843 ; d. Phila., Aug. 12, 1893. s. Franklin Piatt and 
Clara A. Greenough. Entered 1857. A. ^. Student in Law Dept. Lawyer. 
Private Commonwealth (Penna.) Artill., Apr. -Aug., 1861. 2d Lieut. 71st 
Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Jan.-July, 1862. Private 32d Regt. Penna. mihtia 
during the emergency, 1863. He was honorably discharged in each case. 
Joint editor with Hon. Samuel W. Pennypacker, LL. D., and Samuel S. 
Hollingsworth " Supplement to Index to English Common Law Reports." 

JAMES RAWLE, A.M. 

b. Lancaster, Penna., Nov. 15, 1842. s. Francis William Rawle (Class 

1812) and Louisa Hall. Entered 1857. Mem. Philo. Civil engr connected 

with the Penna. R. R. Manufacturer, m. Charlotte Collins, dau. Charles 

Collins Parker, M. D. See Keith. Address, Bryn Mawr, Montg. co., Penna. 

CHARLES ASHMEAD SCHAEFFER, A.M. (Ph.D., Gottingen, 1868,) 

b. Harrisburg, Penna., Aug. 14, 1843. s. Rev. Charles William Schaeffer, 
D. D., LL.D. (Class 1832), and Elizabeth Fry Ashmead. Entered 1857. Mem. 
Philo. Teacher. Prof. Chem. Cornell Univ., 1869-87. Pres. Iowa vState Uni\\ , 
1887 to date. Mem. Am. Instit. Mining Engrs. Corres. Mem. N. Y. Acad. 
Sci. Sergt. Landis' Phila. Battery U. S. Vols., during the emergency, June 
to Aug., 1863. Has contributed numerous articles to scientific journals, 
m. Evalyn, dau. George W. Schuyler, Treas. Cornell Univ. Address, Iowa 
City, la. 

WILLIAM SERVICE STEEN, A.M. . ^ 

b. Phila., Aug. 7, 1841. s. Robert Steen and Margaret Service. En- 
tered 1857. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1866. Teacher, 



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1861-63. Presb. clergyman, and misny. Bradford co., Penna., 1866-69, ^"d 
stated supply, 1879-82. Resided in Phila., 1869-79. Since 1882 has been 
preaching as opportunity offers and acting as private tutor. Served as pri- 
vate in Penna. militia during the emergencies, Sept., 1862, and June and 
July, 1863. m. Ellen Ewing, dau. William A. Hallock, M. D., Pittsburgh, 
Penna. Address, Cranbury, Middlesex co., N. J. 

SAMUEL WAGNER, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 28, 1842. s. Samuel Wagner and Emilie Obrie Duval. 
Entered 1857. Mem. Zelo. Student in Law Dept., 1863-64. Teacher of Math., 
1861-63. Lawyer. Pres. Wagner Free Instit. Sci., Phila., 1884 to date. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1885. Private ist Regt. Penna. militia during the emergen- 
cies, 1862 and 1863. Chief of editorial staff Penn Motithly for three years. 
Has written many occasional papers, m. Annie Leonard, dau. of Edward 
Seymour Harlan, class of 1862. Address, 1819 Spruce St., Phila. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON WANNEMACHER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 8, 1841. s. Charles Wannemacher and . Entered 

Soph. Class 1858. Mem. Philo. 

WILLIAM WILBERFORCE WURTS,* A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. i, 1841. s. William Wurts and Elizabeth Ewing Tate. 
Entered second term Soph, year Jan., 1859. A. *. Attache U. S. Leg., Rome, 
Italy, under Hon. Rufus King, and at Paris, France, under Gen. Dix and 
under Hon. E. Washbume. Since then he has lived in Europe almost con- 
tinually. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav., July, 1861. Lieut.-Col. 7th 
N. Y. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1861-64. Served on the staff of Gen. Bayard and of 
Gen. Franklin, m. Anna Dundas, dau. Joshua Lippincott, Phila. Address, 
25 Place Vendome, Paris, France. 

Non-Graduates. 
tJOHN EDWARDS BAILEY. [Sci. 

b. Charleston, S. C, ; d. , Texas, . s. Aertsen Bailey and 

Godard. Entered Sci. course 1857, and left 1859. Ser^'ed in Conf. 

Army. 
ISAAC NEWTON BAKER (A. M. Lafayette Coll., gratise causa, 1862). 

b. Phila., Mch. 12, 1838. s. Isaac Knight Baker and Mary Stewart. 
Entered 1857, and left at the close of Soph. year. Bookseller and publisher. 
Clerk. Private sec. to Col. Robt. G. IngersoU. Asst. editor and editor The 
Sunday School Times, Phila., 1862-76. He has edited and compiled many 
Sunday-school textbooks, m. Emily Nichols, dau. Jacob Myers, Chelten- 
ham, Montg. CO., Penna. Address, 40 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

FREDERICK MEADE BISSELL, A. B., gratite causa, 1884. 

b. Phila., Dec. 5, 1842. s. Israel Morey Bissell and Augusta Turner 
Meade. Entered Soph. Class 1858, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Mcht., 1863-72, since then connected with the Penna. R. R. 
Co. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Private First 
Regt. Penna. militia, Sept., 1862, and again June to Aug., 1863. m. Sallie 
Corbit, dau. Elliston Perot, Phila. See MunseWs Am. Ances., vol. iv. 
Address, 2047 Locust St., Phila. 

tSAMUEL MAULSBY CORSON. 

b. Plymouth Meeting, Montg. co., Penna., Aug. 15, 183S ; d. Plymouth 

Meeting, Montg. co., Penna., Aug. 7, 1881. s. George Corson and Martha 

Maulsby. Entered Soph. Class 1858, and left at the close of Soph. year. 

Lawyer. 

FRANKLIN COXE. [Sci. 

b. Phila., . s. Francis S. Coxeand . Entered Sci. course 1857, 

and left 1858. A. <i>. Pres. N. C. & W. R. R. Address, 12 15 Walnut St., 
Phila. 
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224 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1861 

THOMAS B. CREAGHAN. [ScL 

b. Choctaw Corner, Clarke co., Ala., . s. . Entered Sci. 

course 1857, and left 1858. 
fWILLIAM HENRY GUMBES. 

b. Phila., Mch. 19, 1839; d. Oaks, Montg. co., Penna., Oct. 18, 1879. 
s. Samuel Wetherill Gumbes and Frances Sarah Dring Macomb. Entered 

1857, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Mem. Acad. Nat. 
Sci. Phila. m. Elizabeth Linnard, dau. Joseph Hildeburn, Phila. 

t DAVID STANLEY HASSINGER. 

b. Rising Sun Lane, Phila., Dec. 24, 1842 ; d. Phila., Apr. 5, 1887. s. 
Jonathan K. Hassinger and Mary Rush. Entered 1857, and left at the close 
of Fresh, year. Clerk. Asst. Adj. -Gen. State Penna., 1873-87. Mem. 
Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Sergt. and Sergt.-Maj. 119th Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols., Aug. 1862, to July, 1863; ist Lieut. 119th Penna. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., July, 1864. Honorably mustered out, June, 1865. Brvt. Capt. U. S. 
Vols., Apr., 1865. m. Josephine, dau. Samuel Meyer. 

t JOSHUA LADD HOWELL. 

b. Camden, N. J., June 16, 1842 ; d. Newport, R. I., Aug. 19, 1893. 
s. Richard W. Howell and Mary Tonkin Carpenter. Entered Soph. Class 

1858, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. t. Lawyer. Connected with 
the firm of Peter Wright & Sons, Phila. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo, 
m. Maiy Eyre, dau. of William Lyttleton Savage, Phila. See Keith. 

tJOHN WORRELL LOWBER. 

b. Phila., Nov. 30, 1840 ; d. Phila., March 11, 1868. s. William T. Lowber 
and Susan Worrell. Entered 1857, and left at the close of first term Fresh.year. 

tJOHN GORDON MAXWELL, JR. (M. D., JefiF. Med. Coll., 1864). 

b. Phila., Sept. 14, 1840; d. Phila., Jan. 9, 1878. s. Rev. John Gordon 
Maxwell and Mary Stockton Johnson. Entered 1857, and left at the close 
of Fresh, year. Studied at Kenyon Coll. , O. Physician. Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Vols., 1864-65. m. Emma Stayton, dau. John Laws. 

tJOHN SERGEANT MEADE. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1841 ; d. Phila., Feb. 25, 1865. s. Maj.-Gen. George 
Gordon Meade, U. S. A., and Margaretta Sergeant. Entered 1857, and left 
at the close of Soph. year. A. *. Contributor to current literature. 

MATTHEW NEELY. 

b. , Feb. 2, 1840. s. . Entered Soph. Class 1858, and left at 

the close of Junior year. 

RICHARD HEBER NEWTON (D. D., Union Coll., 1881). 

b. Phila., Oct. 31, 1840. s. Rev. Richard Newton, D. D. (Class 1836), 
and Lydia Gretorex. Entered 1857, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1862. P. E. clergyman, and 
rector Trinity Ch., Sharon Spgs., N. Y., 1863-66; and St. Paul's, Phila., 
1866-69 ; and All Souls', N. Y. City, 1869 to date. Author " The Morals of 
Trade;" "Studies of Jesus;" "Womanhood;" "Right and Wrong Uses 
of the Bible;" "Philistinism," etc.; beside numerous magazine papers, 
addresses and reviews, m. Mary E., dau. Charles S. Lewis, Phila. See 
Appleton, Allibone. Address, Garden City, Queens co., N. Y. 

t HENRY CLAY PALMER. 

b. Phila., vSept. 1, 1841 ; d. Phila., Feb. 10, i860, s. Samuel C. Palmer 
and Jane Morrow. Entered 1857, and died during his Junior year. 

fCHARLES WILLIAM GODFREY SMITH. 

b. Cincinnati, O., Oct., 9, 1840 ; d. N. Y. City, May 21, 1861. s. George 
Smith and Elizabeth Bicker Walter. Entered as a partial student 1857, and 
left at the close of Fresh, year, A. i-. Sec. Union Defence Comn., N. Y. 
City, 1861. 



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EDWARD SCHULZE VANDERSLICE, M. D., 1864. 

b. Phila. , Jan. 9, 1843. s- Edward Vanderslice and Clementina Elizabeth 
Schulze. Entered 1857, and left during the Junior year. Physician. 
Dist. phys. Phila. Dispen., 1864-66. Resdt. Phila. Dispen., 1879 to date. 
Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc. m. Virginia Gould, adopted dau, William B. 
Zieber, Phila. Address, 127 So. Fifth St., Phila. 

WILLIAM LEHMAN WALKER. 

b. Balto., Md., Jan. 7, 1842. s. Alexander Walker and Anne Catharine 
Lehman. Entered Soph. Class 1858, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. 

JOHN CHESTER WHITE. 

b. N. Y. City, Mch. 8, 1841. s. John Chester White and Lavinia Max- 
well. Entered 1857, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
Soldier. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. Private 17th Penna. Regt. 
U. S. Vols., Apr. to Aug., 1861. Sergt. 21st Penna. Regt. militia in U. S. 
service, Sept., 1862. ist Lieut, and Adj. 19th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 
1862-63. Private, Corporal and Sergt. ist Battalion nth U. S. Inf., May, 
1863 to June, 1864. 2d Lieut. loth U. S. Inf., May, 1864; ist Lieut.. Sept., 
1864-69 ; assigned to ist U. S. Artill., Dec, 1870 ; Capt., July, 1879 ; retired 
Sept., 1883. Brvt. ist Lieut. U. S. A., June, 1864; Brvt. Capt., Aug., 1864. 
m. ist, Mary Elizabeth, dau. John H. Orr, Cleveland, O.; 2d, Austine Ford, 
dau. Henry Whitestone, Louisville, Ky. Address, P. O. Box 3560, Boston, 
Mass. 

WILLIAM WHITE. 

b. Phila., Feb. 26, 1843. s. George Harrison White and Margaret 
Wliarton Smith. Entered 1857, and left at the close of Junior year. A. <I>. 
Lawyer. Served as private U. S. Vols, during the three months service, 1861 ; 
2d Lieut., ist Lieut, and Capt. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 1862-63, Address, 
245 So. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

1862. 

fGEORGE DAVIS BUDD, A.M. LLB., 1865. 

b. Phila., Nov. 29, 1843; d. vSanta Barbara, Cal., Feb. 14, 1874. s. 
Thomas Allibone Budd and Ann Eliza Davis. Entered 1858. Awarded 
Junior English prize and honorable mention for Senior English prize. 
Lawyer. Asst. City Solicitor, Phila., 1872. 

JESSE YOUNG BURK, A.M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 15, 1840. s. Isaac Burk and Mary Jean Briggs. Entered 
1858. Mem. Philo. <l>. B. K. Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., 
Phila., 1865. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min. Ch. of the Evangelists, Phila., 
1865-66 ; rector St. James', Downingtown, Penna., 1866-70 ; and Trinity, 
Southwark, Phila., 1870-78 ; and St. James', Clarksboro, N. J., 1878 to date. 
Sec. Bd. of Trustees, 1882 to date. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1884 ; Hist. Soc. 
Penna. Private 120th Penna. Regt. emergency volunteers, 1862. m. Ger- 
trude, dau. James Evans Hele. Address, 2 no Vine St., Phila. 
JOHN CADWALADER, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 27, 1843. s. Hon. John Cadwalader, LL. D. (Class 1821), 
and Henrietta Maria Bancker. Entered 1858. Mem. Philo. A. 4>. <|). B. K. 
Lawyer. Direc. Pub. Sch. Collector of Port, Phila., 1885-89. Pres. Trust 
Co. of North Am., Phila., 1889 to date. Vice- Pres. Penna. Instit. for Blind. 
Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; Hist. Soc. Penna.; Acad. Nat. Sci., 
Phila. ; Pres. Soc. War of 181 2. m. Mary Helen, dau. Joshua Francis 
Fisher, Phila. See /Teil/t, CampbeWs Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. Address, 
15 19 Locust St., Phila. 



226 UNR'^ERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l852 

GEORGE STUART CHAMBERS, A.M. D. D., 1888. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1841. s. John Chambers and Margaret Bready. 
Entered 1858. Awarded Fresh, and Soph. Declamation prizes. Pres. Zelc. 
Asst. Sec. U. S. Christian Comn., 1863-65. Presb. clerg>-man, and pastor 
Ebenezer, now Murray Hill Ch., N. Y. City, 1867-79; and Pine St. Ch., 
Harrisburg, Penna., 1879 to date. Served as private iiSth Penna. Regt. 
(Com Exchange) U. S. Vols, during the emergency, 1862. Published ser- 
mons, "The Death of President Garfield;" "Twenty-fifth Anniversary of 
Pine St. Presb. Ch., Harrisburg, Penna.;" "Some Questions concerning 
Prohibition." m. Margaret Jane, dau. John Parr, N. Y. City. Address, 
216 State St., Harrisburg, Penna. 

fTHOMAS MUTTER CLEEMANN, A. M. (C.E., Renss. Poly. Instit., N.Y., 1865.) 
b. Phila., July 31, 1843 ; d. Guayaquil, Ecuador, Nov. 16, 1893. s. Gus- 
taNiis B. C. Cleemann and Claramond Colquhoun. Entered 1858. Mem. 
Zelo. Was graduated with honor at Renss. Poly. Instit. , Troy, N. Y. Civil 
engr. , and has been connected wdth various railroads, on surveys and con- 
struction in North and South America. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1885 ; Am. Soc. 
Civil Engrs. ; Hist. Soc. Penna. Author ' ' The Railroad Engineers' Practice, ' ' 
beside various papers in scientific journals. See Allibone. 

GEORGE HAMILTON COLKET, A. M. LL. B., 1865. 

b. Phila., Aug. 24, 1843. s. Coffin Colket and Mary P. Walker. Entered 
1858. A. -t. Treas. Tioga R. R. Co. and Tioga Improve. Co. Merchant. 
Stock broker. Brass founder, m. Rebecca B., dau. William B. Thomas, 
Phila. Address, 1817 Spring Garden St., Phila. 

tJOHN BELLANGEE COX, A. M. LL. B., 1864. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Sept. 6, 1839 ; d. Phila., Jan. 3, 1888. s. William Killey 
Cox and Mary Keene Bellangee. Entered 1858. Lawyer. One of the 
organizers Fairmount Park Art Assn., and its Sec. m. Mary, dau. James 
McHenry, M. D. 

i- CHARLES BRINTON COXE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 4, 1843 ; d. Cairo, Eg}T)t. Jan. 3. i873- s. Hon. Charles 
Sidney Coxe (Class 1808) and Ann Maria Brinton. Entered 1858. Mem. 
Philo. A. <t>. Coal operator. Lieut., Capt. and Major 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. 
Vols. , 1862-65. Was wounded at the battle of Todd's Tavern, m. Elizabeth, 
dau. Charles Sinkler. 

FERSIFOR FRAZER, A. M. (Docteur es-Sciences Naturelles, Univ. de France, 
1882 ; Officier de I'Instruction Publique, France, 1890.) 

b. Phila., July 24, 1844. s. John Fries Frazer, LL. D. (Class 1829), 
Vice-Provost, and Chariotte Jeffers Cave. Entered 1858. Mem. Philo. 
Speaker Junior and Senior Exhibition, and at Commencement. A. t. 
Studied at the Saxon Mining Acad., Freiberg, 1866-69, passing with dis- 
tinction examination in Mineralogy. First foreigner accorded in France 
the D. es Sci. N., after public examination, 1882. Received decoration 
Palms of the Acad, from the French Govt., July, 1890. Chemist and geologist. 
Aide U. S. Coast and Geodetic Surv., 1862-63, in corps assigned to South 
Atlantic Squadron U. S. N. ; Asst. U. S. Geol. Surv. in Colorado and Wyoming, 
1869 ; Instr. and Asst. Prof. Nat. Phil, and Chem., 1870-72 ; Prof. Chem., 
1872-74 ; Asst. 2d Geol. Surv. Penna., 1874-81 ; Prof Chem. Franklin Instit., 
Phila., 1881-93, and of Penna. Horticul. Soc, 1889 to date. Life mem. or 
Fell, of following, viz. : Am. Phil. Soc, 1S71 ; Penna. Hist. Soc; Acad. 
Nat. Sci. Phila., 1870; Am. Instit. Mining Engrs.; Fell. Am. Assn. Adv. 
Sci.; Fell, and one of the founders Soc. Am. Geologists ; Mil. Order Loyal 
Legion U. S.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; Soc. War of 1812 ; British Assn. 
for Adv. of Sci., 18S4. Corres. mem. N. Y. Acad. vSci., 1885, and of Reichsan- 
stalt, Vienna, 1886, and of Soc. Cientifica Antonio Alzate, Mexico, 1891. 
Sec. Am. Com. Internat. Cong. Geologists, Beriin, 1885 ; Vice-Pres. (repre- 
senting U. S.) in Internat. Cong. Geologists, London, 1888. Upon invasion 



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of Penna. in 1863, served as private First Trp. Phila, City Cav., June-July. 
Acting Ensign U. S. N. in the Miss. Squadron till Oct., 1865, when 
honorably discharged. Published "Tables for the Determination of Min- 
erals after Weisbach's Method;" 4 vols. Penna. State Geol. Reports of 
second Geol. Surv. Editor Reports of Intemat. Cong, at Berlin and at 
London, and prepared the Report on the Archean Group of America. One 
of the editors Franklin Instit. Journal, 1881-92 ; one of the founders, 
editors and proprietors American Geologist. Author of many papers, 
memoirs and articles in scientific journals, transactions of societies, and in 
the daily press, m. Isabella Nevins, dau. Edward Siddons Whelen, Phila. 
See MunseWs Am. Ances., vols. iv. and v.; Appleton, Allibone, Hani- 
erslfs Officers who served in the Civil War. Address, 928 Spruce St., 
Phila. 

t HENRY BRINGHURST GAMBLE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 23, 1841 ; supposed to have died in Europe. He left 
N. Y. City in 1872, and has never been heard of since, s. John Keen 
Gamble and Margaret Reed Larisen. Entered 1858. Clk. in a N. Y. City 
importing house. Private 7th Regt. N. Y. N. G., and participated in the 
battle of Antietam, and was wounded in the riots in N. Y. City on the return 
of the regt. to that city, 1863. 

t GEORGE HERBERT GOODWIN. 

b. Flushing, Queens co., N. Y., May 19, 1842 ; d. Rome, Italy, Apr. 14, 
1864 s Rev. Frederic Jordan Goodwin, D. D., and Catharine Thom Blood- 
good Entered Junior Class i860. Studied at Wesleyan Univ., Conn., 
1858-59, and at Trinity Coll., Conn., 1859-60. Studied at Berkeley Divm. 
Sch. P. E. Ch., Conn., 1862, but failing health obliged him to leave. See 
Alumni Record Wesleyan Univ., Conn. 

JOHN MILLS HALE, A. M. 

b. Lewistown, Mifflin co., Penna., Feb. 18, 1839. s. Reuben Charies 
Hale and Sarah Jane Mills. Entered Soph. Class 1859. Lawyer. Mem. 
Hist. Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Address, Phillipsburg, 
Centre co. , Penna. 

WILLIAM WILBERFORCE HALE, A. M. 

b Lewistown, Mifflin co., Penna., May 11, 1841. s. Reuben Charles 
Hale and Sarah Jane Mills. Entered Soph. Class 1859- Lumber mcht. 
Dep. Q. M. Gen. Penna., 1862-63. m. Ann Graham, dau. Col. William 
Chamberlain Patterson, Address, Phillipsburg, Centre co. , Penna. 

CHARLES CUSTIS HARRISON, A. M. ^ ^ t. 

b Phila May 3, 1844. s. George Leib Harrison, LL. D., and Sarah 
Ann Waples. ' Entered 1858. Moderator Philo. Z. t. <t>. B. K. Awarded 
Henry Reed prize at graduation. Gr. Salutatorian. Sugar refiner. Trustee, 
1876 to date. Mngr. Hosp. P. E. Ch., Phila. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna.; 
Numis. and Antiq. Soc, Phila. m. Ellen Nixon, dau. Edward Wain, 
Phila. See J^eith. Address, 1618 Locust St., Phila. 

JOHN SPARHAWK JONES, A. M. (D. D., Coll. N. J., 1880.) 

b. Phila. , June 5, 1842. s. Hon. Joel Jones and Eliza Perkins Sparhawk. 
Entered 1858. Mem. Philo. Awarded the Junior Phil, prize equally with 
Edward Seymour Harian. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. , Princeton, N. J. , 
1867. Presb. clergyman, and asst. min. First Ch., Balto., Md., 1867-70; 
pastor Brown Memorial Ch., Balto., 1870-90. m. Harriet S., dau. Alex- 
ander Winchester, Balto., Md. Address, Preston near Charles Sts., Balto., 
Md. 

THOMAS FIRTH JONES, A. M. . o t, ,Tn, . 11 

b. Phila., Mch. 18, 1844. s. Isaac Cooper Jones and Sarah Whitall 
Woodruff. Entered 1858. Merchant. Served as private in Penna. militia 
during the emergencies, 1862 and 1863. m. Cornelia Clay, dau. J. Livings- 
ton Erringer, Phila. See J^eilh. Address, Wissahickon Ave., Gtn., Phila. 



228 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1862 

ROBERT PATTON LISLE, A. M. 

h. Gtn., Phila., Aug. 28, 1842. s. John Mark Lisle and Rosalie Clifton 
Patton. Entered 1858, *. K. 2. Acting Asst. Paymaster U. S. N., 1863 ; 
Asst. Pa}'master, 1864 ; Paymaster, 1867 to date. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal 
Legion U. S.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Fannie Hollingsworth, dau. 
Charles H. Lyman, Phila. See Rodman Family. Address, 1602 Spruce 
St., Phila. 

fJOHN GEORGE REPPLIER McELROY, A.M. 

b. Phila., June 30, 1842 ; d. Phila., Nov. 26, 1890. s. Archibald McElroy 
and Sophia Maria Repplier. Entered 1858. Awarded Fresh. Gr. prize. 
Soph. Latin prize, Senior Gr. prize, and the Senior Phil, prize equally with 
William Pepper. Teacher Rittenhouse Acad., Phila., 1862-66, and Chicago 
High Sch., 1866-67. Asst. Prof. Gr. and Hist., 1869-76; Prof. Rhet. and 
Eng. Lang., 1876-90. Mem. Modern Lang. Assn. of America; Shakspere 
Soc, Phila.; Browning Soc, Phila.; Contemporary Club, Phila. Author 
"A System of Punctuation;" "The Structure of English Prose;" "Es- 
sential Lessons in English Etymology ; " beside many papers in periodicals, 
etc. m. Anna Baldwin, dau. John Clayton (Class 1837). See Allibone. 

THOMAS McKEAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 28, 1842. s. Henry Pratt McKean (Class 1826) and 
Phebe Elizabeth Warren. Entered 1858. Mem. Philo. Z. -P. Merchant. 
Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Elizabeth, dau. 
George Mifflin Wharton (Class 1823). Address, 1925 Walnut St., Phila. 

t GEORGE PEPPER, A. M. M. D., 1865. 

b. Phila., Apr. i, 1841 ; d. Phila., Sept. 14, 1872. s. William Pepper, 
M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., and Sarah Piatt. Entered 1858. Mem, Philo. 
Z. i'. Physician. Obstetrician Phila. Hosp.; phys. Magdalen Home; asst. 
phys. Lying-in Charity. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1867. Mem. Acad. Nat. 
Sci. Phila., 1867 ; Pathol. Soc, Phila.; Obstet. Soc, Phila., 1871, which he 
was chiefly instrumental in founding, and its Sec. for a number of years. 
Corres. mem. Gynaecol. Soc, Boston. Private 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 
Sept., 1862, was promoted to a lieutenancy, and saw much active service. 
Was disabled in 1863, and honorably discharged May of same year. Author 
"Adipose Deposits in the Omentum and Abdominal Walls as a Source of 
Error in Diagnosis;" "The Mechanical Treatment of Uterine Displace- 
ments," etc. m. Hitty Markoe, dau. George Mifflin Wharton (Class 1823). 
See Appleton. 

WILLIAM PEPPER, A.M. M. D., 1864. (LL.D., Lafayette Coll., 1881, and 
Coll. N. J., 1888.) 

b. Phila., Aug. 21, 1843. s. William Pepper, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept., 
and Sarah Piatt. Entered 1858. Mem. Philo. Z. ^. 4-. B. K. Class Pres. 
Awarded Senior English prize, and Senior Phil, prize equally with John 
G. R. McElroy. Valedictorian. Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp. Phjs. 
Phila. Hosp., 1867-84; and Lincoln Instit., 1867-70; and Children's Hosp., 
1870-72; consult, phys. St. Christopher's Hosp., 1886. Curator Penna. 
Hosp., 1866-70; and to Phila. Hosp., 1867-71. Lecturer Morbid Anat., 
1868-70, and Clinical Med., 1870-74, and Physical Diag., 1871-73. Prof. 
Clinical Med., 1874-84; and of Theory and Pract. and Clinical Med., 1884 
to date. Provost, 1881 to date. Mem. Pathol. Soc, Phila., 1865, and its 
Pres., 1873-76. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1870; Phila. co. Med. Soc, 1871 ; 
Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1867-76 ; and of its Biol. Section, 1868-74, and Direc 
of same. Mem. Obstet. Soc, Phila., 1870-82; Am. Neurol. Assn., 1874; 
corres. mem. N. Y. Soc. Neurology and Electrolog>', 1874 ; hon. mem. N. J. 
Med. Soc, 1875 ; mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1872, and Chmn. Section on Med., 
1886 ; mem. Med. Soc. State Penna.; hon, mem. Harrisburg (Penna.) Pathol. 
Soc, 1881 ; mem. Am. Acad. Med., 1882 ; hon. mem. Medico-Chirurg. Fac- 
ulty, Md., 1884 ; mem. Am. Climatol. Soc, 1885, and its ?res.; and of Assn. 



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Am. Phys., 1886. Mngr. Univ. Hosp., 1874. Med. Direc. Centennial Inter- 
nal. Exhibition, 1875-76. Pres. Foulke and Long Instit. for Orphan Girls, 
1886 to date. Pres. Pan-American Med. Cong., Washington, 1893. He 
planned and was chiefly instrumental in establishing the extension of the 
educational field of the Univ. of Penna., as well as in raising the funds 
required for the erection of the Univ. Hosp. and many other buildings, and 
the support of the numerous added courses of study. One of the founders 
of the Penna. Museum and Sch. Industrial Art, and was a mngr. for 
several years. For his services in connection with the Centennial Intemat 
Exhibition he received fr. the King of Sweden in 1877 the decoration of 
Knight Commander of the Order of St. Olaf. Author ' ' System of Medicine 
by American Authors," 5 vols.; with John F. Meigs, M. D., "Diseases of 
Children ; " and many contributions to medical and literary journals, among 
the more important being "Trephining in Cerebral Disease;" "Local 
Treatment of Pulmonary Cav-ities ; " "Treatment of Typhoid Fever;" 
" Relapsing Fever ; " " Report on Mineral Springs of America ; " " Phthisis 
in Penna.; " " Epilepsy ; " " Catarrhal Irritation ; " " Sanitarj' Relations 
of Hospitals ; " " Higher Medical Education, etc.;" "Force vs. Work;" 
"Benjamin Franklin ;" Memoirs of Edward Rhoads, M. D., and of John 
F. Meigs, M. D. He founded the Phila. Medical Times, and was its editor, 
1870-71. m. Frances Sergeant, dau. Christopher Grant Perry. See Apple- 
ton, Allibone, Atkinson, Ruschenberger. Address, 1811 Spruce St., Phila. 

ROBERT RITCHIE, A. M. LL. B., 1864. 

b. Phila., Feb. 8, 1845. s. Arthur Ritchie and Mary Rhea Barton Hop- 
kins. Entered Soph. Class 1859. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Gen. 
Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1867. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min. 
Ch. of Messiah and of Advent, Boston, Mass.; rector Trinity, Melrose, 
Mass. ; and of St. James the Less, Phila., 1870 to date. Served as private in 
Penna. militia during the emergency, 1862. m. Helen Williams, dau. Wil- 
liam Bridge, Me. Address, Rectory St. James the Less, Falls of Schuylkill, 
Phila. 

BEVERLEY ROBINSON, A. M. (M. D., Univ. Paris, 1872.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 22, 1844. s. Moncure Robinson and Charlotte Randolph 
Taylor. Entered 1858. A. ^. Physician. Lecturer Laryngology, Bellevue 
Med. Coll., N. Y. City. Mem. N. Y. Acad. Med. Served as private 
Gray Reser\'es Regt. Phila. during the emergency, 1863. Author "Nasal 
Catarrh and Allied Diseases," and numerous articles in medical journals, 
m. Anna, dau. Herman Foster. See Atkinson, Allibone. Address, 37 W. 
Thirty-fifth St., N. Y. City. 

SKIPWITH WILMER, A. M. (LL. B., Univ. La., 1866.) 

b. Northampton co., Va., Feb. 22, 1843. s. Rt. Rev. Joseph B. Wilmer 
and Helen Skipwith. Entered 1858. Moderator Philo. Z. i'. Lawyer. 
Lieut, and A. D. C. Conf. Army, 1862-65. m. Delia Jarvis, dau. Frederick 
Tudor, Boston, Mass. Address, 207 N. Calvert St., Balto., Md. 

ERNEST ZANTZINGER, A. M. LL. B., 1875. 

b. Phila., May 9, 1843. s. George Zantzinger and Caroline Helmuth. 
Entered 1858. Z. *. Merchant, 1862-70 ; since then, lawyer, m. Hitty 
Markoe, dau. George Mifflin Wharton (Class 1823) and widow of George 
Pepper, M. D. (Class 1862). Address, 1736 Pine St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 
FRANK BURNS. 

b. Phila., 1845. s. Charles Marquedant Burns and Eliza Van Dyke 
Rousseau. Entered 1858, and left at the close of Junior year. *. K. 2. 
Clerk. Sergt. 15th Penna. Cav. (Anderson Trp.) U. S. Vols. Address, 717 
Walnut St., Phila. 



230 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1862 

CHARLES JOHN CHURCHMAN. 

b. Gtu., Phila., Mch. 7, 1843. s. Charles West Churchman and Eliza 
Bridgman, Entered second temi Fresh. 3'ear, 1859, and left at the close of 
first term Junior year. Merchant, m. Annie W., dau. D. Clarke Wharton, 
Phila. Address, 1027 Spruce St., Phila. 

JAMES COLLINS. [Sci. 

b. Glasgow, Mo., . s. . Entered Sci. course, Jan., 1859, and 

left at the close of Fresh, year. 

fANDREW DAVID RUSSELL CRAWFORD. [Sci. 

b. Phila., June 25, 1844; d. Fairfield, near Walla Walla, Wash., Apr. 
14, 1892. s. Stephen Rowan Crawford and Jane Wilson. Entered Sci. 
course second term Jan., 1859, and left at the close of same term. "I". K. 2. 
Clerk. Capt.'s elk. U. S. N., 1862, and served in the Miss, and Gulf 
Squadrons, m. Louisa B., dau. John Henderson. 

JOSEPH URY CRAWFORD. [Sci. 

b. "Ury," Fox Chase, Phila., Aug. 25, 1842. s. Stephen Rowan Craw- 
ford and Jane Wilson. Entered Sci. course second term Jan., 1859, and left 
at the close of same. <f'. K. 2. Studied at Poly. Coll., Phila., 1861. Civil 
engr., and now connected with the Penna. R. R. Co., Phila. Consult, engr. 
Kaitakushi, Japan. Decorated by the Emperor of Japan, Order of the 
Rising Sun (third class). Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. 2d Lieut. 
6th Regt. N. J. U. S. Vols., Oct., 1861 ; ist Lieut., May, 1862 ; Capt., July, 
1862; honorably mustered out, Sept., 1864. m. Harriet Cutler, dau. 
Emanuel Henriques, New Haven, Conn. Address, Fox Chase, Phila. 

tJOHN DE LA MATER ELKINTON. 

b. Phila., Aug. 29, 1843 ; d. Phila., 1886 (?).s. John Abraham Elkin- 

ton, M. D., and Antonia De La Mater. Entered 1858, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Merchant. Private Keystone (Penna.) Battery, 1862-64. 

REUBEN ETTING. 

b. Phila., Feb. 14, 1842. s. Edward Johnson Etting and Philippa 
Minis. Entered 1858, and left at the close of Soph. year. Z. -i. Merchant. 
Now ins. agt. Asst. Paymaster U. S. N. during the Civil War. Address, 
1319 Walnut St., Phila. 

fEDWARD SEYMOUR HARLAN, LL. B., 1865. 

b. Phila., 1842; d. Green Hill, Chester co., Penna., Aug. 25, 1892. s. 
Richard Harlan and Margaret Hart Simmons. Entered second term Soph, 
year Jan., i860, and left at the close of second term Senior year. Awarded 
Junior Phil, prize equally with John Sparhawk Jones. Mem. Philo. Z. -f. 
Lawyer. Private Phila. Battery during the emergency, 1862 and 1863. m. 
Katherine Biddle, dau. Samuel Leonard, Phila. See Autobiog. Charles 
Biddle. 

EDWIN FISHER KING. 

b. , Apr. 15, 1841. s. Edvdn King and . Entered 1858, and 

left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

fKILBURN KNOX. 

b. Lawrenceville, Tioga co., Penna,, Oct. 23, 1842 ; d. Milwaukee, Wis., 
Apr. 17, 1891. s. Hon. John C. Knox and Adalaide Kilburn. Entered 1858, 
and left at the beginning of third term Junior year to enter the U. S. ser\-ice. 
4-. K. Z. Soldier. Private' Commonwealth (Penna.) Artill. during the tliree 
mos. campaign, 1861. ist Lieut, nth U. S. Inf.; Capt., Brvt. Lieut.-Col. 
Chf. Comsy. of Musters Amiv of Tenn. Gov. Nat. Soldiers' Home, ]Mil- 
waukee. Wis. Comsy. Gen. State N. Y. Sec. to Pres. Andrew Johnson, 
m. Annie, dau. Firmen Menager. 



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CLIFFORD LEWIS. 

b. Phila., June 18, 1843. s. David Lewis and Camilla Phillips. Entered 
1858, and left at the close of first term Junior year. Mem. Philo. A. ^. 
Treas. Mut. Assurance Co. Trustee and agent for various estates, m. Ella 
E., dau. William Burr Nash Cozens. Address, 313 So. Twelfth St., Phila. 

tJAMES MclNTYRE, hh.B., 1866. 

b. Phila., Feb. 10, 1842 ; d. Phila., Feb. 6, 1883. s. Archibald Mclntyre 
and Caroline Maxwell. Entered 1858, and left during the Junior year. 
Law>'er. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. ist Lieut. 115th Penna. 
Regt. U. S. Vols., Feb., 1862 ; Capt., May, 1863. A. D. C. on the staff of 
Gen. Fitz John Porter. Resigned and honorably discharged, Dec, 1863. 

fWILLIAM GOULD MEIGS (A. B., Lafayette Coll., 1862. A. M., Lafayette 

Coll., 1865). 

b. Detroit, Mich., Feb. 13, 1843 ; d. Lebanon, Penna., Feb. 13, 18SS. 

s. Rev. Matthew Meigs and Mary Gould. Entered 1858, and left at the 

close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Civil engr., and resdt. engr. Lebanon 

Valley Div. P. and R. R. R., 1871-88. Sergt. 121st Penna. Regt. U. S. 

Vols., during the Civil War. m. Margaret, dau. William Pollock, Potts- 

ville, Penna. 
LEONIDAS H. NICE. 

b. Balto., Md., . s. . Entered Soph. Class 1859, and left 

during the Soph. year. 

THOMAS CAMPBELL OAKMAN. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 1842. s. John Oakman and Harriet Sykes Campbell. 
Entered 1858, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. *. Supdt. of " Hope " 
cotton mills, N. C. ; since then engaged in railroad work and in finance com- 
panies. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the emergency in sum- 
mer of 1863. 2d Lieut., 1st Lieut, and Capt. 6th Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., 
Mch., 1865. m. Mary, dau. Edwin Saunders. Address, rooms 71-72 Com- 
merce Bldg., 14-16 Pacific Ave., Chicago, 111. 

GEORGE BRINTON PHILLIPS. [5ci. 

b. Phila., Aug. 30, 1841. s. Clement Stocker Phillips and Mary Char- 
lotte Brinton. Entered 1858, and left at the close of Fresh, year, when he 
entered the Sci. course and left i860. Mem. Philo. A. *. Chemist, and 
connected with the U. S. A. Laboratory, Astoria, L. I., 1863. Assayer, Mar- 
quette, Mich., 1864. Mfg. chem. and refiner of silver and gold, 1865 to date. 
Instr. Physics and Chem. Acad. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1876-81. Mem. Franklin 
Instit., Phila.; Soc. Chem. Industry, Eng.; Photographic Soc. , Phila.; Hist. 
Soc. Penna. Private Commonwealth (Penna.) Artill. during the three 
months campaign, 1861. Private Gray Reserves Regt. Penna. militia 
during the emergency, 1862. m. Ellen Emlen, dau. Benjamin W. Jones. 
Address, 2007 DeLancey Place, Phila. 

fTHOMAS HENRY POWERS. 

b. Phila., Mch. 22, 1842 ; d. Phila., Mch. 8, 1873. s. Thomas Henry 
Powers and Anna Matilda Cash. Entered 1858, and left at the close of Soph, 
year. *. K. 2. 
THOMAS LEAMING SMITH. 

b. Phila., Aug. 3, 1844. s. Henry Hollingsworth Smith, M. D., LL.D. 
(Class 1834), Prof. Med. Dept., and Mar>' Edmonds Horner. Entered as a 
partial student 1858, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
A. ■^. Merchant. Sec. to Surg. -Gen. Penna., 1861 and 1862 ; private Gray 
Reserves Regt. Phila. during the emergency, 1863. m. Emilie Vezin, dau. 
Samuel Grant, Phila. Address, 352 W. Twenty-first St. , N. Y. City. 
EDWARD STARR. 

b. Phila., Aug. 17, 1844. s. Isaac Starr and Lydia Ducoing. Entered 
second term Junior year 1861, and left during the Senior year. Mem. Philo. 
Z. ■i'. Studied at Haverford Coll., 1858-61. Stock broker, m. Mary 
Williams, dau. Charles L. Sharpless. Address, 1829 Pine St., Phila. 



232 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI<VANIA. [1863 

1863. 

JAMES WILLIAM ASHTON, A. M. (D. D., Hobart Coll., 1890.) 

b. Phila., Jan. 18, 1843. s. Daniel Rambo Ashton, and Elizabeth Josiah 
Marsh. Entered 1859. Awarded Fresh, and Soph, Declam. prizes, and 
Junior English prize. Pres. Zelo. Studied at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 
two years and at Theol. Sem., Newton, Mass., one year, Bapt. clergyman, 
and pastor Waterford, N. Y., and Norwich, Conn. Since June, 1872, P. E. 
clergyman, and rector Ch. of Annunciation, Phila.; assoc. rector Grace Ch., 
Phila.; and rector St. Stephen's, Olean, N. Y. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. 
Received leave of absence from the Trustees, 1861, to enter the military 
service U. S., and served as 2d Lieut, and Adj. 157th Penna. Regt. U. S. 
Vols., connected with the Army of the Potomac. Was wounded before 
Petersburg, Va., June, 1864, and was honorably discharged for wound and 
phj^sical disabilities, Sept., 1864. m. Cornelia Elizabeth, dau. Frederick 
Jones. Address, Olean, Cattaraugus co., N. Y. 

WILLIAM RAWLE BROOKE,* A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 29, 1843. s. Charles Wallace Brooke and Elizabeth 
Tilghman Rawle. Entered 1859. Moderator Philo. Lawyer. Treas. Law 
Assn., Phila., 1879 to date. Agt. Penn Estate in Penna., 1886 to date. 
Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna., and its Rec. Sec, 1878-93, and a mem. of its Conn., 
1893 to date. Mil. Hist. Soc, Mass.; Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S.; Penna. 
Soc. Sons of Revo.; Soc. War of 1812. By permission of the Trustees he 
entered the military service of U. S., and served as 2d Lieut. 3d Penna. Cav. 
U. S. Vols., Dec, 1862; 1st Lieut., Oct., 1864; Capt. Oct., 1864; trans- 
ferred to 5th Penna. Cav., May, 1865 ; honorably mustered out, Aug., 1865. 
Brvt. Maj. U. S. Vols., Mch., 1865 ; and Lieut.-Col., Apr., 1865. 2d Lieut. 
7th U. S. Cav., July, 1866. Declined Nov., 1866. Published "The Right 
Flank at Gettysburg;" "With Gregg in the Gettysburg Campaign;" 
" Gregg's Cavalry Fight at Gettysburg ; " beside contributions to historical 
magazines, m. Elizabeth Norris, dau. Henry Pepper, Phila. See MtmseIVs 
Am. Ances., vol. iv. Keith, Appleton. Havterslfs Officers who served 
in the Civil War. Address, 230 So. Twenty-second St., Phila 

t CHARLES FOLLEN CORSON, A.M. 

b. Whitemarsh twp., Montg. co., Penna., Nov. 22, 1842 ; d. Norristown, 
Penna., May 31, 1889. Entered Soph. Class i860. Lawyer. Private nth 
Regt. Penna. militia during the emergency, Sept., 1862. Connected with 
Provost Marshal Gen.'s Dept. U. S. Vols., July, 1863 to Dec, 1865. m. ist, 
Mary Shepperd, dau. Lewis A. Lukens, Conshohocken, Penna.; 2d, Mar- 
garet, dau. Adam Slemmer, Norristown, Penna. 

ALEXIS IRENEE du PONT, A. M. M. D., 1866. 

b. near Wilmington, Del., June 5, 1843. s. Alexis Iren^e du Pont (Class 
1835) and Joanna Smith. Entered Soph. Class i860. <I>. K. 2. Manufac- 
turer, m. Elizabeth C, dau. Hon. Edward G. Bradford, Wilmington, Del. 
Address, Wilmington, Del. 

tJOHN FERGUSON, A.M. 

b. ; d. Phila., July 19, 1869, aged twenty-eight years, s. . 

Entered Senior Class 1863. Studied at Lafayette Coll. Teacher at Potts- 
town, Gtn., and West Chester, Penna., and Cincinnati, O. Law student. 
See Coffin's Men of Lafayette. 

+ NATHAN HATFIELD, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1865.) 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., . s. Nathan L. Hatfield, M. D., and . 

Entered 1859. Physician. Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc. m. . 

* Now known as Vl'illiam Brooke-Rawle. 



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CZEKIEL HUNN, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., June 20, 1841. s. Ezekiel Hunn and Lydia Jones Sharpless. 
Entered Soph. Class i860. Lawyer. Private iiSth Penna. Regt. (Corn 
Exchange) U. S. Vols., 1862, and in Gray Reserves Regt. Penna. militia 
during the emergency, 1863. 3d Sergt. Capt. B. Lambert's Indepen. mounted 
(Penna.) company of one hundred days U. S. Vols., July to Nov., 1864. m, 
Anna E., dau. Jabez Jenkins, Wildcat Manor near Lebanon, Del. Address, 
713 Walnut St., Phila. 

+ DANIEL J ACQ BY, A.M. 

h. Sumneytown, Montg. co., Penna., Aug. 6, 1842; d. Nomstown, 
Penna., Sept. 11, 1878. s. Nathaniel Jacoby and Valeria Hartranft. En- 
tered 1859. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Kate, dau. Michael C. Boyer, Nor- 
ristown, Penna. 

WILLIAM LAURIE, A. M. (D. D., Lafayette Coll., 1886.) 

b. Wigtownshire, Scotland, Aug. 19, 1832. s. William Laune and 
Jane Murdoch. Entered 1859. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, 
N. J., 1866. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Stewartsville, N. J., 1866-72; 
Penn' Van, N. Y., 1872-75; stated supply Watkins, N. Y., 1876; pastor 
Bellefonte, Penna., 1876 to date. Has published a few sermons, m. ist, 
Martha, dau. James Baillief, Wigtownshire, Scotland; 2d, Alice A., dau. 
Julius Ives, Geneva, N. Y. Address, Bellefonte, Penna. 

WILLIAM MAIN, A. M. 

b. Silver Lake, Susquehanna co., Penna., Feb. 10, 1845. s. William 
Main and Ann Rose. Entered 1859. Mem. Philo. Honorable mention for 
Fresh. Latin prize. Engaged in mining and metallurgical work in the 
West and Northwest, 1866-73. Prof. Chem. and Geol. Univ. So. Car., 
1873-77. Mining, 1877-83, and since then has been employed in developing 
electrical inventions, m. Fannie A., dau. Lieut. -Col. James S. Fillebrown, 
U. S. Vols. Address, 45 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

JAMES LOGAN NEWBOLD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 13, 1843. s. James S. Newbold and Sally Robeson Logan. 
Entered 1859. Mem. Philo. Note broker. Address, 279 So. Fourth St., 
Phila. 

i-GEORGE WASHINGTON PAULY, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 24, 1842 ; d. Phila., Nov. 5, 1869. s. Louis Lawshe Pauly 
and Hannah Painter Statzell. Entered Soph. Class i860. Mem. Philo. 
Awarded Senior English prize. Was graduated at Berkeley Divin. Sch., 
P. E. Ch., Middletown, Conn., 1866. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min. St. 
Mark's, Phila., 1866-67. 
CHARLES PENROSE PERKINS, A. M. (C. E., Renss. Poly. Instit. Troy, 1866.) 

b. Phila., Oct. 2, 1844. s. Abraham R. Perkins and Margaret R. Pen- 
rose. Entered 1859. Moderator Philo. Z, t. Civil engineer. Mem. Am. 
Soc. Civil Engrs. m. Helen A., dau. John A. Wright, Phila. Address, Bryn 
Mawr, Montg. co., Penna. 

EUGENE IRVING SANTEE, A. M. M. D., 1866. 

b. Phila., May 18, 1841. s. Charles Santee and Judith Hittel. Entered 
1859. Mem. Philo. Physician. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Phila. co. 
Med. Soc. ; Obstet. Soc. Phila. ; Pathol. Soc. Phila. m. Mary Alice, dau. 
William Montelius, Phila. Address, 605 N. Eleventh St., Phila. 

t FRANCIS GARDEN SMYTH, A. M. M. D., 1866. 

b. Phila., Dec. 29, 1843; d. Phila., July 24, 1879. s. Eugene Smyth 
and Bedelia Tucker. Entered 1859. Mem. Philo. Physician. Visiting 
phys. Guardians of the Poor, Phila., 1866. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1870. 
Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1872 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1872 ; Internat. Med. 
Cong. Phila., 1876; Phila. co. Med. Soc, 1877; Pathol. Soc. Phila., 1877; 
Med. Soc, State Penna., 1878. m. Mrs. Mary J. Guckert, dau. James P. 
Cruice. See Memoir by Edward J. Nolan, M. D. 



234 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI^VANIA, [1863 

GEORGE WASHINGTON SPIESE, A. M. 

b. Newcastle, Lawrence co., Penna., June 2, 1S42. s. Hervey Spiese 
and Elizabeth Warfel. Entered second term Fresh, year i860. Mem. Philo. 
Lawyer. Mem. Franklin Instit. Phila.; Hist. Soc. Penna. m. Charlotte J., 
dau. David Buckwalter. Address, 1642 Green St., Phila. 

GEORGE STRAWBRIDGE, A. M. M. D., 1866. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1844. s. George Strawbridge and Jane V. West. 
Entered 1859. Studied at Univ. Berlin and at Vienna. Physician. Clini- 
cal Prof. Diseases of the Ear, 1879-90. Ophthal. Surg, to Wills Eye Hosp. ; 
and to Presb. Hosp. ; and in charge of Penna. Eye and Ear Infirmary. Mem. 
Phila. CO. Med. Soc; Med. Soc. State Penna.; Am. Med. Assn., 1872; 
Intemat. Med. Cong. Phila., 1876; German and Am. Ophthal. Soc; Oto- 
logical Soc; Am. Phil. Soc, 1877. Has contributed many papers and 
lectures to medical journals, m. Alice, dau. Hon. John Welsh, LL. D., U. S. 
Minister to the Court of St. James. See Keith, Atkinson. Address, 208 So. 
Fifteenth St., Phila. 
WILLIAM FLETCHER SWAHLEN, A. M. 

b. Elizabeth, N. J., . s. . Entered Junior Class 1861. 

fTHEODORE HEYER WILLIAMSON. 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1843 ; drowned while bathing in the Conn. River, 
Aug. 6, 1864. s. Rev. Charles Williamson and Catharine Freeman. Entered 
Soph. Class i860. Awarded Senior Gr. prize. Valedictorian. 
t FRANK WEBSTER WINSLOW, A. M. 

b Phila., May 9, 1844 ; d. Phila., May 15, 1878. s. Harrison Gray Otis 
Winslow, M. D., and Anna M. Hallowell. Entered second term Fresh, year 
i860. Awarded Henry Reed prize. Gr. Salutatorian. Was graduated at 
Theol. Sem., Andover, Mass. P. E. clergyman, and misny. m Colorado, 
1866-68 ; rector Washington, D. C, and clerk in U. S. Treas. Dept., devotmg 
his salary from the latter position to the interests of his parish. Agent 
TJ. S. Christian Comn. for a short time during the Civil War. 

SAMUEL YOUNG, A.M. 

b. near Ramelton, co. Donegal, Ireland, June i, 1837. s. John Young 
and Nancy Irwin. Entered 1859. Mem. Philo. Awarded Fresh. Latin 
prize Presb. clergyman, and pastor Allegheny City, Penna. m. Eliza C, 
dau. WiUiam Caskey. Address, 151 Buena Vista St., Allegheny City, Penna. 

Non-Graduates. 

WOLCOTT RICHARDS BISSELL. 

b Phila Mch. 20, 1845. s. Israel Morey Bissell and Augusta Turner 
Meade. Entered 1859, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. 
m. Mary Augusta, dau. Alexander O. McGrew, Brooklyn, N. Y. See 
MunselVs Am. Aftces., vol. iv. Address, San Francisco, Cal. 

CHARLES W. BREAKER. 

b. Charleston, S. C, . s. . Entered Soph. Class i860, and left 

during the Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
THOMAS McKEE BROWN (A. B., Trinity Coll., Conn., 1864. A. M., Trinity 

Coll., 1884). 

b Phila Feb 8 1841. s. James Brown and Margaret O'Farrell. En- 
tered "second term Junior year 1862, and left at the close of same terni. 
A. S-. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch N. Y. City 1S65. 
P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Mary the Virgin, N. Y. City, 1870 to date. m. 
Mary Elizabeth, dau. William Scott, N. Y. City. Address, 232 W. Forty- 
fifth St., N. Y. City. 



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IRVINE STEPHENS BULLOCH. 

b. Roswell, Cobb co., Ga., May 18, 1842. s. James Dunwoody Bulloch 
and Martha Stewart. Entered 1859, and left at the beginning of third term 
Soph, year, Apr., 1861. A. -i". Cotton broker, Liverpool, Eng. Midship- 
man, Ensign and Lieut. Conf. Navy, and served on board the cruisers 
Nashville, Alabama and Shenandoah, 1861-65. m. Ella Clitz, dau. Maj. 
Henry Beaufort Sears, U. S. A. Address, i Sydenham Ave., Liverpool, 
Eng. 

t FRANK HAMILTON CLARK. [5ci. 

b. Phila., Sept. 26, 1844; d. Phila., Nov. 29, 1882. s. Enoch White 
Clark and Sarah Crawford Dodge. Entered Sci. course 1859, and left i860. 
A. i'. Banker. Pres. Lake Superior and Miss. R. R. Co., 1871-73. 2d 
Lieut. Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Oct., 1862, was severely wounded in the 
battle of Chancellorsville, May, 1863, and was subsequently honorably dis- 
charged for wound and physical disability. A. D. C. on the staff of Gen. 
David B. Birney. m. Jessie, dau. Hon. Edmund Rice, St. Paul, Minn. 

WILLIAM HENRY COLESBERRY. 

b. Phila., Feb. 4, 1841. s. John Colesberry and Susan Stephens. En- 
tered 1859, ^"<i ^^^^ ^^ t^^ close of Junior year. Mem. Zelo. Civil engineer. 
Surv. of highways Landis twp., Burlington co., N. J. Private Starr's Battery 
7th Regt. Penna. militia during the emergency, 1862. m. Martha Eliza- 
beth, dau. John Thomas Skirven. Address, 2207 N. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

WILLIAM JAMES DAY. 

b. Paspebiac, Bonaventure, Canada, Feb. 20, 1840. s. William Day 
and Mary Charlotte Munro. Entered 1859, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1865. 
Presb. clergyman, and misny. Ashley, Nanticoke, Shickshinny and Sugar 
Notch, Penna., 1865-89. Corporal 44th Regt. Penna. militia, 1863. Mem. 
U. S. Christian Comn., 1862, and of U. S. Sanitary Comn., 1864. Chaplain 
N. G. Penna., 1887 to date. m. Mary Ann, dau, Henry H. Henderson. 
Address, Plymouth, Penna. 

GEORGE EMLEN, LL. B., 1865. 

b. Phila., Nov. 27, 1843. s. George Emlen, Jr. (Class 1832), and Ellen 
Markoe. Entered 1859, ^^^ ^^^ during the Senior year. A. *. Lawyer, 
m. Helen Rotch, dau. D. Clark Wharton, Phila. See ATeilh. Address, 
Penllyn, Montg. co., Penna. 

ROBERT FERRIDAY. 

b. New Orleans, La., . s. William Ferriday and . Entered 

Soph. Class i860, and left during the Junior year. 

t HARVEY FISHER. [Sci. 

b. Wakefield, Gtn., Phila., Nov. 4, 1843 ; d. Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 
31, 1885. s. Thomas Rodman Fisher and Letitia Harvey Ellicott. Entered 
Sci. course 1859, and left 1862 to enter the military service of U. S. A. 4>. 
Cotton planter; subsequently ironmaster. Mem. Borough Conn., Dun- 
cannon, Penna. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. 2d Lieut. 150th 
Penna. Regt. (Bucktails) U. S. Vols., Aug., 1862; ist Lieut., Feb., 1863; 
Capt., Mch., 1864; honorably mustered out, July, 1865. He declined any 
brevet ; and ser\'ed in all the campaigns of the Army of the Potomac. See 
Rodman Family. 

HOWARD L. HAINES. 

b. Phila., Apr. 19, 1845. s. . Entered Junior Class as a partial 

student 1862, and left at the close of Junior year. Studied at Haverford 
Coll., Penna., 1859-61. Address, 1 714, Green St., Phila. 



236 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI.VANIA. [1863 

JOHN WOOD KESTER, JR. [Sci. 

b. Frankford, Phila., 1842. s. John Wood Kester and Eleanor Boyd. 
Entered Sci. course 1859, and left i860. Mem. Zelo. A. i'. Wholesale 
druggist. Private Commonwealth (Penna.) Artill. during the three months 
service, 1861. Capt. ist N. J. Cav. U. S. Vols., Oct., 1861 ; honorably mus- 
tered out as Col. of the same regt. for wounds and physical disability, Sept. 
26, 1864. Wounded in the head from concussion of a shell at Warrington 
Spgs., Oct., 1863. m. Sarah McGill, dau. Wyndom Harvey Stokes. 

CHARLES LEWIS LEIPER. 

b. "Avondale," Del. co., Penna., Dec. 25, 1842, s. Samuel McKean 
Leiper (Class 1822) and Mary Lewis. Entered 1859, ^od left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Yam broker. Private U. S. Vols., Sept., 1861. Capt. 6th 
Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., Nov., 1862; Major, Sept., 1864; Lieut. -Col., Col. 
and Brvt. Brig.-Gen. U. S. Vols., 1865. Transferred to 2d Provisional Cav., 
June, 1865. Was wounded at Beverly Ford, Va., June 9, 1863, and at Old 
Church, Va., May 30, 1864. m. Henrietta Maria, dau. Lucius Witham 
Stockton. Address, 1416 Lombard St., Phila. 

^- JAMES MARKOE, JR., M. D., 1866. 

b. Phila., May 30, 1843 J d. Phila., Apr. i, 1884. s. James Markoe and 
Sarah Coleman Fisher. Entered 1859, and left at the close of Junior year. 
A. *. Physician. Resdt. phys. Penna. Hosp. Visiting phys. Girard Coll. 
and to Presb. Hosp. 

fWILLIAM EDWARD MOORHEAD. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered as a partial student i860, 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

HERBERT NORRIS, M. D., 1866. 

b. Carlisle, Penna., June 12, 1843. s. Rev. William Herbert Norris and 
Juliet Rawle. Entered Junior Class 1861, and left at the close of Junior 
year. A. ^. Studied at Trinity Coll., Conn. Physician. Resdt. Penna. 
Hosp. Visiting phys. Catharine St. Dispen. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1869. 
Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1872.; Hist. Soc. Penna. m. Elizabeth Gibson, 
dau. John George Ogilvie, Northumberland, Eng. See Keith. Address, 
313 So. Eighteenth St., Phila. 

JOHN WOODBRIDGE PATTON (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1863. A. M., Coll. N. J., 
1866). 

b. , 1843. s. J. W. Patton and Mary Eugenia Blackiston. Entered 

1859, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. 

Com. Coun., Phila., for five years. Pres. Mortg. Trust Co. Penna. m. . 

See The Swedish Holsteins in Am. Address, 161 2 Simimer St., Phila. 

HENRY PETTIT, M. S., gratise causa, 1877. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Dec. 23, 1842. s. Robert Pettit, Pay Director U. S. N., and 
Laura Ellmaker. Entered 1859, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Entered 
Sci. course i860, and left 1862. A. t. Architect and civil engr. Special 
agt. Centennial Comn., Phila., to visit Vienna Exposition, 1873. Archi- 
tect of main building, Centennial Exhibition, Phila. Chmn. Bureau of 
of Installation Centennial Exhibition, Phila., 1875-76. Chf. of Bureau 
of Management Permanent Exhibition, Phila., 1877. In charge of U. 
S. Dept. and superintended the construction of it for the French Univ. 
Exposition, Paris, 1879. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Engrs.; Assoc. Mem. Am. 
Instit. Mining Engrs. He has been decorated with the following orders, 
viz. : Ridder of St. Olaf, from King Oscar of Norway and Sweden ; a 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, from France ; a Commander of Nichan 
Iftikhar, from the Bey of Tunis ; a Caballero of Ysabel la Catolica, from 
King Alfonso XIII. of Spain. See McKean Family by R. Buchanan. 
Address, 118 So. Nineteenth St., Phila. 



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FRANKLIN PLATT. 

b. Phila., Nov. 19, 1844. s. Franklin Piatt and Clara A. Greenough. 
Entered Soph. Class i860, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. ■¥. Geolo- 
gist. Aide U. S. Coast and Geodetic Surv., 1864-66. Asst. Geologist Penna., 
1874-81. Pres. Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal and Iron Co. Mem. Am. 
Phil. Soc, 1874; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci.; Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. Private 32d Regt. Penna. militia for two mos., 1863;. 
assigned by U. S. Coast and Geodetic Surv. to North Atlantic Squadron, 
1864. Served on the staff of Gen. Orlando M. Poe, Chief Engr. Div. Miss. 
(Gen. Sherman's army), 1864-65. He prepared nine vols, of the Reports 
of the Second Geol. Surv. Penna. See Appleton, Allibone. Address, 1319 
Walnut St., Phila. 

HENRY BALDWIN PLUMER (LL.B., Harvard, 1863). 

b. Franklin, Venango co., Penna., Sept. 25, 1841. s. Arnold Plumer 
and Margaret McClelland. Entered Soph. Class i860, and left at the 
close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. "Naval Ofl&cer," Phila., 
1885-89. A. D. C. with the rank of Lieut. -Col. N. G. Penna. to Gov. 
Robert E. Pattison, Penna., 1883-87. m. Lillie, dau. William Davenport. 
Address, W. Tulpehocken St., Gtn., Phila. 

WILLIAM LYTTLETON SAVAGE, JR. (A.B., Williams Coll., 1864. A.M., Wil- 
liams Coll., 1867). 

b. Phila., 1845. s. William Lyttleton Savage and Sarah Chauncey. 
Entered 1859, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. *. Lawyer. Since 
the establishment of Weekly Notes of Cases has contributed to it reports 
of the Orphans' Ct., Phila. Address, 1223 Walnut St., Phila. 

EUGENE MILLER SMYSER, M. D., 1864. 

b. Gettysburg, Penna., Nov. 16, 1842. s. Daniel Martin Smyser and 
Catherine Barbara Miller. Entered 1859, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Physician and druggist. Asst. Surg. 34th Regt. Penna militia 
during the emergency, 1863, and of 48th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols, connected 
with the Army of the Potomac, Apr., 1864 to July, 1865. m. Harriet Coe, 
dau. John Benjamin Edwards, N. Y. City. Address, 1500 So. Thirteenth 
St., Phila. 

CORNELIUS STEVENSON. 

b. Phila., Jan. 14, 1842. s. Adam May Stevenson and Anna Phillips. 
Entered 1859, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. ^. Lawyer. Mem. 
Numis. and Antiq. Soc, Phila. Served as private First Trp. Phila. City 
Cav. during the emergency, 1863. m. Sara, dau. Edward Yorke. Address^ 
237 So. Twenty -first St., Phila. 

tJOHN DANIEL STINE. 

b. Myerstown, Lebanon co., Penna., May 14, 1S44 ; d. Phila., Jan. 12, 
1863. s. Hon. Daniel Stine and Margaret Albert. Entered second term 
Fresh, year i860, and left at the close of Soph. year. 

EDWARD WILLARD WATSON, M.D., 1865. 

b. Newport, R. I., Jan. 2, 1843. s. Rev. Benjamin Watson, D. D. (Class 
1838), and Lucy Willard. Entered 1859, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Moderator Philo. Physician. Visiting phys. to Penna. Instit. for 
Blind ; and to Magdalen Home. FelL Coll. Phys. Phila., 1886. Mem.Phila. 
CO. Med. Soc. ; Obstet. Soc. , Phila. His medical contributions have been 
largely reviews, m. Georgiana Lester, dau. Henry French. Address, 131 N. 
Twentieth St., Phila. 

EDWARD WALKER WHITEMAN. 

b. W. Feliciana, La., . s. . Entered as a partial student i860, 

and left at the close of Fresh, year. 



238 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1863 

GEORGE WASHINGTON WURTS. 

b. Phila., Mch. 26, 1843. s. .William Wurts and Elizabeth Ewing Tate. 
Entered 1859, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. <i>. Attach6U. S. Leg., 
Madrid, 1864, and to that at Turin, 1865-69 ; Sec. U. S. Leg., Florence, 
1869-82, and at St. Petersburg, 1883-93. m- Emma H., dau. William H. 
Hyde, N. Y. City, and gd. dau. Hon. John Meredith Read (Class 1812). 
Address, Rome, Italy. 

1864. 

JAMES BAYARD, A. M. 

b. Gtn., Phila., June 9, 1845. s. Charles Pettit Bayard (Class 1826) and 
Adeline Julia McKean. Entered i860. A. *. Merchant, m. Elizabeth Henry, 
dau. Edward Armstrong (Class 1836). Address, East Johnson St., Gtn., Phila. 
i-ALEXANDER DALLAS CAMPBELL, A. M. LL. B., 1867. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1845 ; d. Phila., Nov. 26, 1885. s. St. George Tucker 
Campbell (Class 1832) and Elizabeth Mason. Entered i860. Z. t. 
Lawyer, m. Mary Wain, dau. Benjamin Chew Wilcocks, Phila. 

(FRANKLIN DICK CASTLE, A. M. (M. D., Univ. Wiirzburg, Bavaria, 1870.) 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1846. s. James Howard Castle and Phoebe Ann Dick. 
Entered third term Fresh, year 1861. Awarded Soph. Latin prize equally 
with Francis Heyl, Junior Phil, prize, and honorable mention for Junior 
Latin prize. Awarded Senior Gr. and Senior English prizes, and Henry 
Reed prize. Mem. Philo. Gr. Salutatorian. Physician. Mem. Phila. co. 
Med. Soc. ; Am. Acad. Med. Author ' ' Hygiene of the Eye. ' ' Address, 
1502 Walnut St., Phila. 

iHENRY CADWALADER CHAPMAN, A. M. M. D., 1867 (and JeflF. Med. Coll., 
1878). 

b. Phila., Aug. 17, 1845. s. Lieut. George William Chapman, U. S. N. 
(Class 1831), and Emily Markoe. Entered i860. A. 4>. Studied in Europe. 
Physician. Resdt. phys. Penna. Hosp. Lecturer Anat. and Physiology. 
Prof. Instit. Med. and Med. Jurisp., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1880 to date. Coroner's 
phys., Phila., 1876-81. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1880. Mem. Am. Phil. 
Soc, 1875; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1868, and its Curator, 1876; Franklin 
Instit., Phila. Prosector Zool. Soc. Phila. Author "Evolution of Life;" 
" History of the Discovery of the Circulation of the Blood ;" " Treatise upon 
Human Physiology ; ' ' and many papers in the Proceedings and Journal 
Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. m. Hannah Naglee, dau. Samuel Megargee, Phila. 
See Autobiog. Charles Biddle, Appleton, Atkinson, Allibone. Address, 
1214 Walnut St., Phila. 

WILLIAM PRICHARD COLEMAN, B. S. 

b. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 3, 1844. s. Thomas Cooper Coleman and Dora 
Morgan. Entered Junior Class Sci. course 1862. Mem. Philo. <i>. K. 2. 
Studied at Poly. Sch., Carlsruhe, Baden, 1865-66. Supdt. rolling mill, 
1868-77. Mcht. in San Francisco, Cal., 1880-85. Chf. Dep. Recorder San 
Francisco, 1878-80. Pres. Lead and Zinc Smelting Co., Rich Hill, Mo., 

1885 . m. ist, Mary Louise, dau. Hon. E. M. Huntington, Ind.; 2d, 

Elizabeth, dau. William Lockett, Macon, Ga. Address, 3733 Lindell Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

CHARLES RICHARDS COLWELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 21, 1844. s. Stephen Colwell and Sarah Ball Richards. 
Entered i860. Z. ^. Private Landis' (Phila.) Battery during the emergency, 
Sept., 1863. m. . Address, Weymouth, Atlantic co., N.J. 

WILLIAM JOHN FAIRES, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 29, 1843. s. Rev. John Wylie Faires, D. D. (Class 1831), 
and Elizabeth McKinley. Entered i860. Mem. Philo. Teacher in his 
father's Classical Instit. Printer. Clerk in office Penna. R. R. Co., Phila. 
Private 32d Regt. Penna. militia during the emergency, 1863. m. Eliza- 
beth, dau. James Dobbin, Phila. Address, 1943 Market St., Phila. 



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CHARLES GILPIN, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 14, 1845. s. Charles Gilpin and Sarah Hamilton Hood. 
Entered i860. Awarded Junior English prize. Law student. Bookkeeper 
and accountant. Secretary and treasurer. Published ' ' The Theory of Double- 
Entry Bookkeeping." m. Ida Robinson, dau. William M. Davis, Allegheny, 
Penna. Address, 107 N. Thirty-fourth St., Phila. 

WASHINGTON HOOD GILPIN, A.M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 2, 1844. s. Charles Gilpin and Sarah Hamilton Hood. 
Entered i860. Mem. Zelo. Z. -f. 2d Lieut. Univ. Light Artill. Lawyer. 
Private Gray Reserves Phila. Regt. during the emergency, 1863. Capt. and 
Lieut.-Col. 1st Regt. N. G. Penna., 1874-85, and served in .suppressing riots at 
Susquehanna Depot, Hazleton, Jeddo, Pittsburgh and Scranton. m. Louisa 
Baldwin, dau, John Clayton (Class 1837). Address, 2026 De Lancey Place, 
Phila. 

CASPAR RENE GREGORY, A. M. (Ph. D., Univ. Leipzig, 1876. Dr. Theol., 
Univ. Leipzig, 1893.) 

b. Phila., Nov. 6, 1846. s. Henry Duval Gregory, Ph.D., LL. D. 
(Class 183S), and Mary Jones. Entered Soph. Class 1861. Mem. Zelo. 
■*. B. K. Studied at Theol. Sem. Ref. Presb. Ch., Phila., 1864-66, and was 
graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1870. Teacher in his father's 
Classical Sch., Phila., three years. Privat-docent Theol. Dept. Univ. Leipzig, 
1884-91 ; Prof. Extraordinary in same Univ., 1889, and Ordinary Honorary 
Prof., 1891. Pastor Am. Chapel, Leipzig, 1878-79. Declined the appoint- 
ment of Prof. New Test. Gr. at Johns Hopkins Univ., to which he was 
elected, 1885. Hon'y mem. Gr. Philol. Syllogos, Constantinople, 1886. 
Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1891. Author Prolegomena in Tischendorfii Editio- 
nem N. T. G.; translated Rev. Dr. C. E. Luthardt's "St. John the Author 
of the Fourth Gospel ;" and the same author's " St. John's Gospel Described 
and Explained according to its Peculiar Character;" and O. von Geb- 
hardt's "The Miniatures of the Ashburnham Pentateuch." Asst. editor 
Theol. Literaturzeitung, Leipzig, 1876 to date. m. Lucy, dau. Rev. Joseph 
Henry Thayer, D. D., Prof. Harvard Univ. See Allibone. Address, Lie- 
bigstrasse 9, Leipzig, Germany. 

ALBERT HALLER GROSS, A. M. 

b. Louisville, Ky., Mch. 18, 1844. s. Samuel David Gross, M. D., 
LL. D. (Oxon.), D. C. L. (Cantab.), Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Louisa 
Weissell. Entered Junior Class 1862. A. <I>. Studied at Univ. Va. Law- 
yer. U. S. Atty., New Mexico, 1868, but resigned because of ill health. 
Mem. Select Coun., Phila., 1882. He declined the U. S. Consulship. 
Athens, Greece, 1885. Published many poems, and various instrumental 
and vocal compositions, a number of the latter in the French, German and 
Italian languages. Joint editor with his brother. Prof. Samuel W. Gross, 
M. D., "Autobiography of Samuel D. Gross, M. D." He was one of the 
first in this country to advocate cremation as the proper method of dis- 
posing of the dead. ^^^Appleton. Address, 1 1 15 Walnut St., Phila. 

ALFRED CRAVEN HARRISON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 20, 1846. s. George Leib Harrison, LL. D., and Sarah 
Ann Waples. Entered i860. Mem. Philo. Z. *. Sugar refiner. Private 
First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the emergency, 1863. m. Kate de Forest, 
dau. William Crawford Sheldon. Address, 1616 Locust St., Phila. 

JtlCHARD SOMERS HAYES, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 12, 1845. s. Thomas Hayes and Susan Bainbridge. En- 
tered i860. Moderator Philo. Capt. Univ. Light Artill. Civil and mechan. 
engineer. Chief Engr., Mngr. and Pres. of sundry railroads. Mem. Am. 
Soc. Civil Engrs.; Am. Phil. Soc, 1886 ; N. Y. Soc. Sons of Revo. Private 
First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the emergency, 1863. Address, 39 W. 
Thirty-eighth St., N. Y. City. 



240 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1864 

FRANCIS HEYL, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 26, 1845. s. Francis Heyl and Catharine Reed. Entered 
i860. Mem. Philo. Awarded Soph. Latin prize equally with Franklin D. 
Castle, and the Junior Latin prize. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. , Prince- 
ton, N. J., 1867. Presb. clergyman, and misny. in North India, 1867-83. 
Pastor Bensalem, Bucks co., Penna., 1884-86; and Eddington, Bucks co.^ 
Penna., 1886-91. Address, 1535 Pine St., Phila. 

DE BENNEVILLE KEIM LUDWIG, A.M. 

b. Reading, Penna., July 16, 1839. s. George Ege Ludwig and Matilda 
High Keim. Entered i860. Principal Rittenhouse Acad., Phila., 1868 to 
date. m. ist, Emma A., dau. Charles A. Daniels, Milford, N. H. ; 2d, Carrie 
Hallett, dau. Nathan Ayer, Concord, N. H. Address, 121 N. Eighteenth 
St., Phila. 

CHARLES ELDRIDGE MORGAN, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 23, 1844. s. Charles Eldridge Morgan and Jane Buck. 
Entered i860. Mem. Philo. Awarded Soph. Declam. prize. <I>. K. 2, 
Law>-er. ist Asst. City Solicitor Phila., 1878-85. Vice-Pres. Law Acad. 
Phila., 1869. Private Landis' (Phila.) Battery, June to Aug., 1863. m. 
Tillie, dau. Thomas B. Merrick, Phila. Address, Mill, near Cedar Sts., 
Gtn., Phila. 

WALTER GEORGE OAKMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 10, 1845. s. John Oakman and Harriet Sykes Campbell. 
Entered i860. Moderator Philo. ist Lieut. Univ. Light Artill. Banker. 
Pres. and Direc. of sundry railroad companies. Private First Trp. Phila. 
Citv Cav., 1864. m. Eliza C, dau. Hon. Roscoe Conkling, N. Y. Address, 
30 JE. Sixty-second St., N. Y. City. 

ROBERT JAMES SERVICE STEEN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 18, 1845. s. Robert Steen and Margaret Service. En- 
tered i860. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Ser\'ed in First Trp. Phila. City 
Cav. during the railroad riots, 1877. m. Jessie Davis. Address, Union 
League Club, Phila. 

HOWARD WOOD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 8, 1846. s. Alan Wood and Ann H. Dewees. Entered 
i860. Moderator Philo. Honorable mention for Soph. Latin prize. Vale- 
dictorian. Iron manufacturer. Mem. Franklin Instit. Phila.; Hist. Soc. 
Penna.; Am. Instit. Mining Engrs. m. Mary, dau. William Canby Biddle^ 
Phila. See Autobiog. Charles Biddle. Address, 1016 Spruce St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

fWILLIAM H^ HART ADAMS. 

b. Phila., Apr. 14, 1845; d. Nice, France, Apr. 15, 1867. s. Robert 
Adams and Matilda Maybin Hart. Entered as a partial student i860, and 
left at the close of Junior year. A. *. Merchant. 

ROLAND C. ALLEN. 

Entered i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year, ist Lieut. 19th 
Penna. Cav. U. S. Vols., Oct. 1863 ; Adj., July, 1865 ; discharged Feb., 1865. 

fFRANCIS ASHHURST, M. D., 1867. 

b. Phila., Jan. 5, 1844; d. Mt. Holly, N. J., Aug., 1885. s. Lewis 
Richard Ashhurst (Class 1824) and Mary Hazlehurst. Entered Soph. Class 
1861, and left at the close of Junior year. Physician, and practiced in Mt. 
Holly, N. J., 1874 until his death. Resdt. phys. Epis. Hosp., 1867. Visiting 
phys". Lincoln Instit., Phila. m. Sarah Diehl, dau. William Newbold Lacey. 

* This is a distinguishiug letter, not an abbreviation. 



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fELIAS LOUIS BOUDiraOT. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Sept. 7, 1877. s. . Entered Junior Class 

1862, and left during the Senior year. A. t. Lawyer. First editor Weekly 
Notes of Cases, m. Elizabeth Coleman, dau. Robert Coleman Hall. 

t HENRY BRYAN BOWEN. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Nov., i860, s. -. Entered as a partial 

student i860, and died during his studentship. A. ^'. 

ELLWOOD MAULSBY CORSON, M. D., 1863. 

b. Plymouth Meeting, Montg. co., Penna., June 15, 1842. s. George 
Corson and Martha Maulsby. Entered as a partial student i860, and left at 
close of Fresh, year. Physician. Mem. Montg. co., Penna., Med. Soc. 
Trustee State Hosp. for Insane, Norristown, Penna. Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 
1863-65. m. Margaret Livingston, dau. Samuel Wilkeson, N. Y. City. 
Address, Norristown, Penna. 

RSCKARD M. GRAIN. 

b. Hagerstown, Md., . s. . Entered i860, and left at the close 

of Junior year. Mem. Philo. 

ALBERT DAVIS. 

Entered as a partial student i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

FRANK MACNAMARA DOAN. 

b. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 4, 1842. s. J. Parker Doan and Laura A. Pres- 
busby. Entered i860, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. <i>. Studied at 
Univ. Va., 1859-60. Farmer and stockraiser in Mo., 1864-74; real estate, 
loan and ins. business, Jacksonville, 111., 1874-89; since then Supdt., Sec. 
and Treas. Gas and Electric Light Co., Jacksonville, 111. Engaged in U. S. 
recruiting service for six months in 1863 ; paymaster's elk. U. S. N., and 
assigned to Cumberland and Tenn. Rivers fleet, and later to Miss. Squadron, 
m. Lucretia E., dau. George L. Van Bibber, Balto., Md. Address, Jackson- 
ville, 111. 

HOWARD LEE DOAN. 

b. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 21, 1844. s. J. Parker Doan and Laura A. Pres- 
busby. Entered i860, and left during the Senior year. A. *. Farmer and 
stockraiser in Mo., 1864-74 ; since then horticulturist, Jacksonville, 111. 
Private Penna. militia during the emergency, Sept., 1863. m. Ellen E., 
dau. Rev. Norman E. Wood, D. D., Jacksonville, 111. Address, Jackson- 
ville, 111. 

fLUCIEN G. FLORANCE. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. William Florance and Seixas. En- 
tered i860, and left at the close of Soph. year. Actor. 

t HENRY SMITH GOODWIN. 

b. Brunsvrick, Me., Dec. 14, 1843; ^- Phila., Oct. 4, 1861. s. Rev. 
Daniel Raynes Goodwin, D. D., LL. D., Provost, and Mary Randall Merrick. 
Entered i860, and left at the beginning of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Cor- 
poral Univ. Light Artill. 

SAMUEL STARR GRIFFIN. 

b. Yazoo City, Miss., . s. . Entered i860, and left at the close 

of Fresh, year. A. *. Cotton planter. Served in the Conf. Army. m. 
. Address, Yazoo City, Miss. 

t DOUGLASS HATFIELD. 

b. Phila., ; d. . s. Nathan L. Hatfield, M. D., and . 

Entered i860, and left at the close of Soph. year. 

fWILLIAM KELTY INGERSOLL. 

b. ; d. Vicksburg, Miss., 1888. s. John IngersoU and Margaretta 

Smith. Entered i860, and left during the third term Fresh, year. 4>. K. 2. 
Lawyer. Served in the Conf. Army. See Keith. 

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242 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1864 

t EDWARD STEPHEN KIMBALL. 

b. Phila., Oct. 17, 1843; d. Binghamton, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1888. s. 
Stephen Kimball and Mary Campbell Davenport. Entered i860, and left 
dtinng the Fresh, year. A. ■i'. m. Sadie, dau. John Bossom, Binghamton, 
N. Y. 

f JOHN CALVIN KNOX, JR. (A. B., Union Coll., 1865. A. M., Union Coll., 
1868). 

b. Wellsboro, Tioga co., Penna., Apr. 21, 1845 ; d. Lawrenceville, Tioga 
CO., Penna., July 18, 1883. s. Hon. John Calvin Knox and Adalaide Kil- 
bum. Entered i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Studied at 
Kenyon Coll., O. A. K. E. Lawyer. Asst. Atty.-Gen. Penna., 1869-73. 

JAMES BIDDLE LEONARD. 

b. N. Y. City, Nov. 13, 1844. s. Samuel Leonard and Anne Biddle. 
Entered i860, and left at the close of Junior year. Z. ^. Merchant. Private 
Landis' (Phila.) Battery during the emergency in simimer, 1863. m. Katha- 
rine T., dau. William Pepper, M. D., Prof. Med. Dept. Address, 1813 
Spruce St., Phila. 

t EDWARD LOWBER, JR. 

b. Phila., May 18, 1842 ; d. , Dec. 10, 1866. s. William T. Lowber 

and Susan Worrell. Entered as a partial student i860, and left at the close 
of Fresh, year. A. <l>. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the emer- 
gency, 1862, and private Landis' (Phila.) Batterj-, 1863. m. Emily, dau. 
Edward Swift Buckley (Class 1846). 

JOSEPH GEORGE HERBERT MILLER. 

b. Phila., Dec. 24, 1844. s. Rev. Daniel Sutter Miller, D. D., and Jane 
Patterson Horner. Entered i860, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mcht. until 1883. ist Sergt. 40th Regt. Penna. militia, June to Aug., 1863 ; 
private Landis' (Phila.) Battery, July to Oct., 1864. m. Fanny, dau. Harvey 
Rowland, Frankford, Phila. Address, 2310 Spruce St., Phila. 

t EDWARD DONALDSON MITCHELL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 29, 1843; d. Phila., May 31, 1864, of diphtheria con- 
tracted in the U. S. service at Douglass U. S. A. Hosp., Washington, D. C. 
s. John Kearsley Mitchell, M. D., Prof. Jeff. Med. Coll., and Sarah Matilda 
Henry. Entered i860, and left at the close of first term Soph. year. A. <t>. 
Student in the Med. Dept. Med. Cadet U, S. A., Jan., 1862, until his 
death. 
tWILLIAM MOORE, JR. 

b. Conshohocken, Penna., Aug. 5, 1841 ; d. May's Landing, N. J., Nov. 
17, 1889. s. William Moore and Jerusha Jones. Entered as a partial 
student, and left second term Junior year, 1863, to enter the militar>' service 
U.S. Mem. Philo. Student in Law Dept., 1871-72. Lawyer. Mem. N. J. 
Hist. Soc. Private Landis' (Phila.) Battery, June to Aug., 1863. m. 
Hannah T., dau. William W. Thompson, N. J. 

GEORGE O'NEILL. 

Entered Soph. Class 1861, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
SILAS WRIGHT PETTIT. 

b. Phila., Oct. 20, 1S44. s. William V. Pettit and Heloise Guillou. 
Entered i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. Vice Pres. 
Union League Club, Phila. 2d Lieut. 15th U. S. Inf, 1862; Capt. 213th 
Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1865. m. Susan Hough, dau. William Beck 
Goddard (Cla.ss 1836). Address, 2202 Trinity Place, Phila. 

CHARLES LEX PHILLIPS (LL. B., Univ. City of N. Y., 1874). 

b. Phila., Aug. 26, 1846. s. Jonas Altamont Phillips (Class 1822) and 
Frances Cohen. Entered i860, and left at the close of second term Junior 



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year. Was graduated as midshipman at U. S. Naval Acad., 1866. Law 
student Columbia Coll., 1873-74, and at Univ. City of N. Y., 1874. Officer 
U. S. N. Clk. Interior Dept., Washington, D. C. Journalist. Midshipman 
and Ensign U. S. N., 1866-73. Address, 1624 Pine St., Phila. 

fAUSTIN POTTS. 

b. Gtn., Phila., ; d. . s. . Entered as a partial student 

i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

JOHN SANDERS REED. 

b. Phila., Feb. 14, 1844. s. Osmon Reed and Anna Margaretta Sanders. 
Entered Soph. Class 1861, and left at the close of Soph. year. Studied at 
Hobart Coll., N. Y., 1860-61. Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., 
Phila., 1865. P. E. clergyman, and rector Trinity Ch., Newark, N. J.; and 
San Francisco, Cal. Mem. Soc. Bib. Archaeology, London. Address, Lake- 
wood, N. J. 

JOHN JACOB RIDGWAY, LL.B., 1865. 

b. Phila., Oct. 22, 1843. s. Thomas Ridgway and Sarah Pancoast. En- 
tered as a partial student i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. i^. 
Lawyer. Mem. Com. Coun. Phila., 1883-85. Appointed Sheriff Phila. co., 
Penna., 1887, to fill an unexpired term. Surveyor Port of Phila., 1889-93. 
Pres. Real Estate Invest. Co., Phila. Private Gray Reserves Penna. militia 
during the emergencies in 1862 and 1863. m. Elizabeth, dau. Joseph Reese 
Fry (Class 1830). Address, 1706 Locust St., Phila. 

WILLIAM SUDDARDS ROBINSON. 

b. Phila., Sept. 7, 1840. s. Col. Thomas Robinson and Ellen M. 
Brackett. Entered i860, and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. 
A. i'. Farmer. 2d Lieut. 114th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols.; Capt, 1861-65. 
Was in most of the battles with the Army of the Potomac, and was twice 
wounded, m. Elizabeth A., dau. William Pollard. Address, Bustleton, 
Phila. 

i* EUGENE HENRI ROUSSEL. 

b. Phila., Dec. 29, 1843; d. Lake City, Col., Feb., 1880. s. Eugene 
Marie Roussel and Henriette Florinne Icher. Entered i860, and left at the 
close of Fresh, year. Mining engr. in Col. m. Mary, dau. Samuel Bailey, 
Phila. 

CHARLES GRUBB RUMFORD. 

b. Byberry twp., Phila. cc, Penna,, Aug. 17, 1841. s. Lewis Rumford 
and Mary Gilpin. Entered i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Awarded Fresh. Declam. prize. Lawyer. Dep. Atty.-Gen. Del., 1867-69. 
Clk. U. S. Dist. and Circt. Cts. Del., 1869-73. U. S. Comr. Del., 1869-75. 
ist Lieut, ist Battery Light Artill. Del. U. S. Vols., 1862-65, when he 
resigned on account of ill health, m. LiUie, dau. Edward Canby, Wil- 
mington, Del. See Schar/'s Hist. Del. Address, Wilmington, Del. 

mCHOLAS HENRY THOURON."" 

b. Phila., Oct. 8, 1844. s. Elisha Henry Thouron and Margaret Murphy. 
Entered i860, and left at the close of Junior year. Merchant, until 1870 ; 
since then stockbroker. m. Anna Dutilh, dau. Francis Gurney Smith, 
M. D. (Class 1837), Prof. Med. Dept. Address, Merion, Del. co., Penna. 

JAMES COLE VANDYKE, JR. 

b. Phila., . s. James Cole Vandyke and . Entered i860, and 

left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. A. ^. Clerk. Manager. 
Address, 173 1 Filbert St., Phila. 

i- SAMUEL WELSH, JR. 

b. Phila., July 7, 1843 ; d. Gtn., Phila., May 18, 1893. s. Hon. John 
Welsh, LL. D., U. S. Minister to Court of St. James, and Mary Lowber. 
Entered as a partial student i860, and left during the Fresh, year. A. *. 
Shipping merchant, m. ist Elizabeth Conrad, dau. William S. Young, 
U. S. N., Phila.; 2d, Helen, dau. J. Warner Johnson, Phila. 
* Since 1866 known as Nicholas Thouron. 



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tWILLIAM LOWBER WELSH. 

b. Phila., Jan. 12 1846 ; d. Phila., July 4, 1892. s. Hon. John Welsh, 
LL. D., U. S. Minister to Court of St. James, and Maiy L,owber. Entered 
as a partial student i860, and left during the Soph. year. A. 4>. U. S. 
Consul Florence, Italy. Capt's. elk. U. S. S. Mohican at the storming of 
Fort Fisher, N. C. m. Mary V. Parker. 

JAMES NEVINS WHELEN. 

b. Phila., May 28, 1845. s. Edward Siddons Whelen and Isabella 
Hubbard Nevins. Entered i860, and left at the close of Fresh, year. *. K. 2. 
Banker. Captain's elk. U. S. N., 1863-64. m. Virginia, dau. Thomas 
S. Harrison. Address, 425 S. Broad St., Phila. 

1865. 

fWILLIAM SAMUEL ARMSTRONG, M. D., 1868. 

b. Phila., July 13, 1846 ; d. Phila., June 8, 1868. s. Andrew Armstrong 
and Margaret Boyd. Entered Fresh. Class 1862. Mem. Philo. Physician. 

EDWARD TOTTERSON BARTLETT, A. M. D. D., 1887. 

b. Phila., July 25, 1843. s. Edward Moore Bartlett and Ann Totterson. 
Entered 1861. Awarded Junior Phil, prize. Valedictorian. Was graduated 
at Theol. Sem., Andover, Mass., 1868. P. E. clergj'man, and rector Trinity 
Ch., Sharon Spgs., N. Y.. 1869-74; and St. Luke's, Matteawan, N. Y., 
1874-84. Prof. Eccles. Hist., and Dean Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 
1884 to date. Mem. Am. Soc. Bib. Lit. and Exegesis; Am. Soc. Ch. Hist. 
Private Blue Reserves Regt. Penna. militia during the emergency, 1863. Joint 
editor with Rev. Prof. John P. Peters, Ph. D., "The Scriptures Hebrew and 
Christian for Young Readers;" beside various contributions to periodicals, 
m. Emily, dau. Morgan Griscom Pile, Phila. See Allibone. Address, 
Fiftieth St. and Woodland Ave., Phila. 

BEAUVEAU BORIE, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 9, 1846. s. Charles Louis Borie (Class 1837) and Clemen- 
tina Sophia McKean. Entered 1861. Z. ■^. ist Lieut. Univ. Light Artill. 
Manufacturer. Banker and broker. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. ; Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. m. Patty Duffield, dau. James Patriot Wilson Neill. See 
Neil I Family. Address, 1035 Spruce St., Phila. 

JAMES HUTCHINGS HANDY BROWN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 16, 1844. s. David Paul Brown and Emmeline Catharine 
Handy. Entered second term Fresh, year 1862. Pres. Zelo. Class Pres., 
and presided at the first Class Day Exercises ever held in the Univ. P. E. 
clergyman, and officiated in the diocese of Penna. until 1871 ; was transferred 
to the diocese of Albany, and remained in connection with it until 1886, 
when he went to Northern Cal. as a misny., and remained there only a few 
months. He returned to N. Y. City and was temporarily in charge of several 
churches, and since then has been officiating in Del., Md., and Dist. Col. as 
rector St. Peter's, Lewes; at Georgetown, D. C; and Ch. of St. Mary the 
Virgin and St. Stephen's, Pocomoke parish, Worcester co., Md. Chaplain 
U. S. N., 1873, and resigned honorably 1884. Address, Pocomoke, Wor- 
cester CO., Md. 

JOHN SERGEANT GERHARD, A. M. LL. B., 1867. 

b. Phila., Dec. 24, 1845. s. Benjamin Gerhard and Anna Sergeant. 
Entered 1861. Mem. Philo. 2d Lieut. Univ. Light Artill., 1864-65. 
Lawyer, m. Maria, dau. William Pepper, M. D., Prof Med. Dept. Address, 
Overbrook, Montg. co., Penna. 



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george woolsey hodge, a. m. 

b. Phila., May 20, 1845. s. Hugh Lenox Hodge, M. D., Prof. Med. 
Dept., and Margaret Elizabeth Aspinwall. Entered i86r. Moderator Philo. 
Awarded Fresh. Declam. prize. Class orator. Awarded Henry Reed prize. 
<l>. K. 2. Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1868. P. E. 
clergyman, and asst. min. Christ Ch., Phila., 1869-80; rector Ch. of the 
A.scension, Phila., 1880 to date. Mem. and chaplain Penna. Soc. Sons of 
Revo. Contributor to religious press, m. Mary De Veaux, dau. Henry 
Baring Powel (Class 1843). Address, 334 So. Thirteenth St., Phila. 

JOHN THOMPSON LEWIS, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., May 12, 1846. s. Saunders Lewis and Phoebe M. James. 
Entered 1861. Mem. Philo. A.<^. Manufacturer. Banker and broker. Treas. 
Bd. Mngrs. Penna. Hosp. m. Elizabeth McKean, dau. Charles Louis Borie 
(Class 1837). Address, 1000 Spruce St., Phila. 

ROBERT EMMET McDONALD, A.M. 

b. Concord, Cabarrus co., N. C, June 24, 1842. s. John McDonald and 
Caroline Dungan. Entered Soph. Class 1862. Moderator Philo. Class 
historian. Law student. Farmer. Justice of the Peace. Sch. Comr. 
Served in the Penna. militia during the emergencies of 1862 and 1863. m. 
Ellen L. , dau. William K. Carr, Charlottesville, Va. Address, Charlotte, N. C. 

HORACE MAGEE, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 29, 1846. s. James Magee and Carolme A. Kneass. 
Entered 1 86 1. Mem. Philo. A. i-. Lawyer. Address, 1720 Walnut St., 
Phila. 
THOMAS MITCHELL, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 17, 1845. s. John Cowell Mitchell (Class 1835) and 
Rebecca Nicholas. Entered 1861. <!>. K. 2. ist Lieut. Univ. Light Artill. 
Lawyer. Judge ist Judl. Dist. Col., 1879-80. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal 
Legion U. S. ist Lieut. 198th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Sept, 1864 ; Capt., 
May, 1865 ; honorably mustered out, June 4, 1865. Served on the staff of 
Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain, and was acting Asst. Adj. -Gen. of the Brigade 
at the surrender of Lee. m. Lucy Breck, dau. Samuel P. Reed, M. D. 
Address, Clayton Block, Denver, Col. 

WILLIAM WOODROW MONTGOMERY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 20, 1845. s. Richard Roger Montgomery and Elizabeth 
Binney, dau. Hon. Horace Binney. Entered 1861. Mem. Philo. *. K. 2. 
Capt. Univ. Light Artill. Lawyer. m. ist, Mary, dau. Robert Wain 
Leaming (Class 1844) ; 2d, Elizabeth, dau. Rev. J. Vaughan Lewis, D. D. 
Address, Radnor, Del. co., Penna. 

WILLIAM WILBERFORCE NEWTON, A. M. D.D., 1890. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1843. s. Rev. Richard Newton, D. D. (Class 1836), 
and Lydia Gretorex. Entered 1861. Awarded Soph. Declam. prize. Mode- 
rator Philo. Class poet. Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 
1868. P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Paul's, Brookline, Mass., 1870-75 ; and 
Trinity, Newark. N. J., 1875-77; and St. Paul's, Boston, 1877-81 ; and St. 
Stephen's, Pittsfield, 1881 to date. Mem. Sch. Com. Brookline, 1870-75, and 
of Pittsfield, 1887-88. He organized the ' ' American Congress of Churches. ' ' 
Served as private in Landis' (Penna.) Battery during the emergency, 1863. 
Author "Little and Wise;" "Essays of To-day;" " The Palace Beauti- 
ful ; " " Priest and Man ; " " Summer Sermons ; " " Prayers of the Ages ;" 
"Ragnar, the Sea-King ; " " Life of Rev. William A. Muhlenberg, D.D.," 
etc., beside contributions to cantata music, m. Emily Stevenson, dau. Rev. 
James Welsh Cooke. See Appleton, Allibone. Address, Pittsfield, Mass. 

t HENRY PEPPER, A. M. LL.B., 1868. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1846 ; d. Wilmington, Del., Mch. 3, 1880. s. Henry 
Pepper and Sally Norris. Entered 1861. Mem. Philo. Z. ^. Lawyer 
m. Agnes Campbell, widow of George Pepper Norris, M. D. (Class 1850), and 
dau. John Hyland Price, Wilmington^ Del. See Keith. 



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HENRY REED, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 22, 1846. s. Prof. Henry Reed, LL. D. (Class 1825)^ 
Vice-Provost, and Elizabeth White Bronson. Entered 1861. Mem. Philo. 
Z. t. *. B. K. Lawyer. Judge Ct. Com. PI. No. 3, Phila., 1886-88, by 
appointment of Governor; elected to the same position, 1888, and still holding 
oflBce. Trustee, 1886 to date. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1886; Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. Author " Law of the Statute of Frauds," 3 vols., and has 
published numerous articles on legal subjects. Translated Geo. Eber's 
"The Daughter of an Egyptian King." m. 1st, Charlotte Francis, dau. 
William B. Foster, Pittsburgh, Penna.; 2d, Sarita Elizabeth, dau. Francis 
Edward Bond, M. D., Montevideo, Uruguay. See Montgomery s Col. 
Thomas White and his Descdts. Appleton, Allibone. Address, Morris 
cor. Logan Sts., Gtn. Phila. 

SAMUEL RITCHIE, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 11, 1847. s. Arthur Ritchie and Mary Rhea Barton 
Hopkins. Entered 1861. Mem. Philo. Merchant. Address, 331 W. 
Forty-fifth St., N. Y. City. 

WILLIAM ASHMEAD SCHAEFFER, A.M. 

b. Harrisburg, Penna., Mch. 26, 1846. s. Rev. Charles William Schaef- 
fer, D. D., LL. D. (Class 1831), and Elizabeth Fry Ashmead. Entered 1861. 
Mem. Philo. Luth. clergyman, and pastor St. Stephen's, Phila. m. Eliza- 
beth Herster, dau. William H. Thompson, Easton, Penna. Address, 4784 
Germantown Ave., Phila. 

JOHN CLARKE SIMS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 12, 1845. s. John Clarke Sims and Emeline Marion 
Clark. Entered Soph. Class 1862. Mem. Philo. 4-. K. 2. Lawyer. Sec. 
Penna. R. R. Co. Trustee, 1885 to date. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of 
Revo.; N.J. Soc. of Cincinnati ; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. m. Grace Ledlie, 
dau. Joseph Patterson, Pres. Western Nat. Bank, Phila. Address, Chest- 
nut Hill, Phila. 
ASA MATLACK STACKHOUSE, A. M. (M. D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 
1868.) 

b. Phila., July 21, 1845. s. Robert Stackhouse and Ann Roberts Mat- 
lack. Entered Junior Class 1863. Studied at the Homoeopathic Med. Coll. , 
Phila., 1866-67. Physician. Farmer. Insurance business, m. Ella J., 
dau. William J. Romig, M. D., AUentown, Penna. Address, 142 N. Seventh 
St., AUentown, Penna. 
fTHOMAS DIEHL STICHTER, A. M. 

b. Reading, Penna., Aug. 13, 1846; d. Reading, Penna., July 24, 1892. 
s. Joseph Lybrand Stichter and Elizabeth Jacoby Diehl; Entered second 
term Fresh, year 1862. Moderator Philo. Merchant. Mem. City Coun., 
Reading, Penna., 1873-76. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Josephine, 
dau. Henry McKenty. 

RICHARD NEWTON THOMAS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 9, 1844. s. John W. Thomas and Keziah S. Atkinson. 
Entered 1861. Mem. Philo. 3d Lieut. Univ. Light Artill. Was graduated 
at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1868. P. E. clergyman, and rector Ch. of 
St. Matthias, Phila., 1870-79; and Trinity, Maylandville, Phila., 1879-90; 
and St. Philip's, Phila., 1890-92. Editor Am. Ch. Sutiday Sch. Mag., May, 
1892 to date. m. Clara L., dau. William J. Horstmann, Phila. Address, 339 
vSo. Eighteenth St., Phila. 
ROBERT ELLIS THOMPSON, A. M. D. D., 1887. (Ph. D., Hamilton Coll., 
N. Y., 1879.) 

b. near Lurgan, co. Down, Ireland, in the spring of 1844. s. Samuel 
Thompson and Catherine Elli5. Entered 1861. Mem. Zelo. *. B. K. 
Awarded Junior English prize. Gr. Salutatorian. Presb. clergjTnan and 



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educator. Instr. Math., 1868-71; Asst. Prof. Math., 1871-74; Prof. Social 
Sci., 1874-83; John Welsh Centennial Prof. Hist, and Eng. Lit., 1883-93. 
In 1884-85 he lectured at Harvard Univ. on protection and the tariff, and in 
1886-87 he delivered a similar course at Yale Univ. He also delivered the 
lectures on the L. P. Stone Foundation in Princeton Theol. Sem., 1890. 
Editor Penn Monthly, 1870-80, and of The American, 1880-90. Edited the 
first two vols. " Encyc. Americana," a supplement to the ninth edition of 
the Encyc. Britannica. Author " Social Science and National Economy," 
subsequently recast as " Elements of Political Economy," a partial transla- 
tion of which has appeared in Japanese; "Ireland and Free Trade;" 
' ' Concerning Trusts, ' ' etc. , beside sermons, essays and addresses, and 
many contributions to periodical literature, m. Mary, dau. Robert Neely, 
Phila. Sqq Johnsoti's Eticyc., LippincotV s Biog. Diet., AppletoJt, Alii- 
bone. Address, Wyncote, Montg. co., Penna. 

JAMES MADISON POWER WALLACE, A. M. LL. B., 1868. 

b. Phila., Sept. 18, 1847. s. Henry Edward Wallace and Hetty Dungan 
Potts. Entered 1861. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer, and publisher Legal Intelli- 
gencer. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. m. Sarah Matilda, dau. Ralph Henry 
Shreve. Address, 124 N. Seventeenth St. , Phila. 

WILLIAM FISHBOURNE WHARTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 23, 1846. s. George Mifflin Wharton (Class 1823) and 
Maria Markoe. Entered. 1861. A. <t>. Law student. Stock-broker, N. Y. 
City. Vice-Pres. Madison Sq. Garden Co., N. Y. City. Private U. S. A. for 
a brief period, 1863. m. Fanny Turner, dau. William Fisher. SeelVhartou 
Family. Address, 72 W. Forty-sixth St., N. Y. City. 

ELLIS DAVID WILLIAMS, A. M. LL. B., 1868. 

b. Phila., Jan. 15, 1847. s. John Williams and Elizabeth F. Ellis. 
Entered second term Fresh, year 1862. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer, m. Fanny 
H., dau. Thomas P. Stotesbury, Phila. Address, 457 Marshall St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

GEORGE HANDY BATES. 

b. Dover, Del., Nov. 19, 1845. s. Daniel Moore Bates and Margaret 
Handy. Entered Soph. Class 1862, and left at the close of Junior year. 
<I>. K. 2. Studied at Harvard Law Sch., 1867-68, and was there awarded the 
prize for best essay. Lawyer. Asst. Atty.-Gen. Del., 1869-74. Speaker 
House of Reps., Del., 1883. U. S. Comr. to Samoa and to Tonga, 1886. 
Special Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary U. S. at the conference at 
Berlin concerning affairs in the Samoan Islands, 1889. Edited vols iii. and 
iv. Del. Chancery Reports ; and has been a contributor to periodical 
literature, m. Elizabeth Ballister. dau. Hon. Charles Theodore Russell, 
Cambridge, Mass. S&& Scharf's Hist. Del., Allibone. Address, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

PAUL BECK. 

b. Phila., May 10, 1845. s. Henry Paul Beck (Class 1820) and Emily 
Dvdght. Entered 1861, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. -?. Studied 
at the Phila. Poly. Coll., 1862-63, and at Sheffield Sci. Sch., Yale, 1865. 
Architect. Mem. Am. Instit. Architects. Private 32d Regt. Penna. militia 
during the emergency, 1863. m. Frances de Navarre, dau. Frederick Tracy, 
N. Y. City. Address, 45 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

tJOHN COX BIDDLE. 

b. Phila., Apr. 21, 1846; d. Phila., Jan. 29, 1865. s. Thomas Alexander 
Biddle (Class 1832) and Julia Cox. Entered 1861, and left at the close of 
Soph. year. A. 4>. Clerk. See Descdts. Clement Biddle. 



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LOUIS ADOLPHUS DUHRING, M. D., 1867. 

b. Phila., Dec. 23, 1845. s. Henry Duhring and Caroline OberteuflEer. 
Entered 1861, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. <t>. K. 2. 
Studied in London, Paris and Vienna. Physician. Lecturer Skin Diseases. 
1871-75; Clinical Prof. Skin Diseases, 1876 to date. Dermatologist Phila. 
Hosp. Phys. and consult, phys., and Pres. Bd. Trustees Phila. Dispen. for Skin 
Diseases. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1871 ; Mem. Am. Med. Assn., 1872; 
Pres. Am. Dermatol. Assn.; Med. Soc. State Penna.; Pathol. Soc, Phila.; 
corres. mem. N. Y. Dermatol. Soc; hony. mem. McLain Soc, London. 
Author "An Atlas of Skin Diseases;" "A Treatise on Diseases of the 
Skin ;" " Epitome of Skin Diseases ; " and one of the editors Photographic 
Review of Med. and Surg. See Appleton, Atkinson, Aliibone, Ruschen- 
bergcr. Address, 141 1 Spruce St., Phila. 

JOHN HOLBROOK EASBY. 

b. Phila., Aug. 14, 1844. s. William Easby and Jane Holbrook. En- 
tered 1861, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Student in 
TowneSci. Sch., 1879. Lawyer. Address, 311 So. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

THEODORE MINIS ETTING. 

b. Phila., May 25, 1846. s. Edward Johnson Etting and Philippa Minis. 
Entered 1861, and left during the first term Soph. year. Z. ^. Was gradu- 
ated at U. S. Naval Acad., 186S. Student in Law Dept., and was awarded the 
Sharswood prize. Officer U. S. N. Lawyer. Mem. Select Coun. Phila.; 
Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Acting Mid- 
shipman U. S. N., Nov., 1862; Midshipman, 1868; Ensign, 1869; Master, 
1870; Lieut. 1874; resigned and honorably discharged, July i, 1877. Pub- 
lished "The Admiralty Jurisdiction in America" (Sharswood Prize Essay). 
m. Jeannette, dau. William I. Verplanck, Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y. See 
Aliibone. Address, 725 Drexel Bldg., Phila. 

JOHN WORRELL FISHER. 

b. Phila., . s. . Entered 1861 and left during Fresh, year. A. «i>. 

BENJAMIN MAURICE GASKILL. 

b. Phila., Aug. 6, 1845. s. Edward Gaskill and Mary Matilda Bywater. 
Entered 1861, and left at the close of Fresh, year. ^. t. Publisher, m. 
Emeline Haseltine, dau. Clarence Augustus Whiteman. Address, 1315 
Spruce St., Phila. 

LEWIS MUHLENBERG HAUPT, A.M., gratise causa, 1883. 

b. Gettysburg, Penna., Mch. 21, 1844. s. Herman Haupt and Ann 
Cecilia Keller. Entered 1861, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Studied 
at the Lawrence Sci. Sch. Harvard Univ. Was graduated at U. S. Mil. 
Acad., West Point, 1867. Engineer. Educator. Engr. Fairmount Park, 
Phila. Asst. Examiner U. S. Pat. Office, Washington, D. C, 1872 ; Asst. Prof 
Civil and Mecban. Engr., 1872-81 ; Prof. Civil Engr., 1881-92. Lieut. Engr. 
Corps U. S. A., 1868-69, when he honorably resigned. Author " Engineering 
Specifications and Contracts ; " " Working Drawings, and How to Make and 
Use Them;" "The Topographer— His Methods and Instruments," etc. 
Editor Ant. Engineering Register, m. Isabella Christiana, dau. James J. 
Cromwell, Phila. See Appleton, Aliibone. Address, 107 N. Thirty-fifth 
St., Phila. 

INMAN HORNER. 

b. Phila., Aug. 25, 1846. s. Alfred Homer and Elizabeth Driver White. 
Entered i86r, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 7^ t. 
Lawyer. Vice-Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1871. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1886; 
Numis. and Antiq. Soc, Phila. See MunselVs Am. Ances., vol. tv. Ad- 
dress, 127 So. Fifteenth St., Phila. 

tHENRY REED JULIAN. 

Entered 1861, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 



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""""^^Mf Ap™'5*-.845. ». Samuel N. Lewis and Sophia H. Francis. 

Entered 1861', and left the Senior Class in the spring of 1865. A.4.. Address, 
care of Drexel, Haijes and Co., Paris, France. 

•MAMES WILSON McARTHUR. , _,. , , „,., 

^J b Phila., ; d. . s. John McArthur and Elizabeth Wilson. 

Entered 1861' and left during the Soph. year. 

tARTHUR^McK^^ .^^^^ Sept. i, 1844; d. Georgeton, Del Feb. 20, 1872 s 
Rev. John Linn McKim and Susan Agnes McGill. Entered 1861 and left at 
the close of Fresh, year. Teacher. 

MARRY WARKOE.^^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^.^^^^ ^^^^ 

teredi86i, and left during the Senior year. A. $ Stock broker, m. Frances 
Eustis, dau. Stephen A Caldwell, Phila. Address, Penllyn, Montg. co., 
Penna. 

<flOSEPH DENNIE MEREDITH. 

^^ b. Phila., Nov. 6, 1845 ; d. San Gabriel, Cal., Dec. 30 1876. «• Joseph 

Dennie Meredith (Class 1832) and Sarah Emlen Scott. Entered 1861 and 
left during the Junior year. A. ^. Lawyer. Vice-Pres Law Acad., Phila. . 
1868. Private Penna. militia during the emergency of 1S63. m. limiiy, 
dau. Rev. Dr. Lycett. 

THOMAS CARSW^LL^M ILES.^^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^^ Jefferson Miles and Mary 
Ann Ely Carswell.' Entered 1861, and left at the close of Fresh, year to 
enter the military ser^'ice of U.S. Mem. Philo. Mngr.Leland Camphor Co. , 
N Y and of The Railroad Signals Co. Private Gray Reserves Regt. Penna. 
militia, June to Sept., 1863. Detached and assigned to staff of Gen. Roum- 
fort, Harrisburg, Penna., as 2d Lieut. Chief elk. to Paymaster Buchanan, 
U S N.,Sept.T 1863 to May, 1865, when he resigned and was honorably dis- 
charged. He also served in the So. Atlantic Squadron under Admiral Dahl- 
eren A D. C. with rank of Col. to Gov. Grover Cleveland, 1883, and to 
Gov.' John B. Hill. m. Annie P. dau. Robert Newlm, Phila See /^^<?/^. 
Fori and Fleet by M. Quad. Address, 227 W. Fori:y-second St. , N. Y. City. 

THOMAS CLARKSON PARRISH. 

b Phila Nov 17, 1846. s. Edward Pamsh and Margaret Shreve Hunt 
Entered i86i', and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo Studied 
at Harv-ard Univ., 1863-64. Agt. U. S. Sanitary Comn., 1864-65. Mcht. 
?or a "hort time.' Went to CoT. for his health 1872 ; State Senator Co 
1870-83. Art:ist, making etching a specialty. Published ''Colorado Springs, 
its Climate, Scenery and Society." m. ist, Fanny, dau. Thomas Cavender; 
2d, Anne May, dau. William C. Lodge. Address, Colorado Spgs., El Paso 
CO.', Col. 

"""'''"^ b Phila Apr 11 1846. s. William Evans Rogers and Harriette Phoebe 
Ruggies. Entered 186 1 , and left at the close of Soph, year to enter the military 
serfice U. S. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at U. S. Mil. Acad , West Point, 
1867 Soldier. Law>-er in Mich. , and organized the county of Presque Isle, 
Mich . the county-seat of which is named after him. Mcht. in N. \ .City. 

Mem. and Chmn. Bd. R. R. Comr. N. Y. , 1883 . Private First Trp Phila. 

City Cav. during the emergency of 1863. Lieut. U. S. Engr. Corps. 1867-69. 
when he honorably resigned. Ser^'ed on Ari:ill. duty at the Mil. Acad and 
on surveys of the Nori:hern Lakes. He prepared all the Report^ of the 
N Y R R. Comn. m. Susan Le Roy, dau. Hon. Hamilton Fish, Gov. N. 
y' alidSec. of State under Pres. Grant. Address, Garrisons, Putnam co., 



N. Y 
HENRY JAMES ROWLAND. 



b. Frankford, PhilL, July 5, 1843- s. William Rowland and Elizabeth 
Harvey. Entered 1861, and left at the close of Soph. year. Was graduated 



250 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1865 

at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1868. P. E. clerg>nian, and asst. min. St. 
James', Phila.; chaplain Church Home, Angora, Del. co., Penna. ; rector 
Educational Home, Phila. m. Anne, dau. Hon. John Cadwalader, LL. D. 
(Class 1821). Address, 1607 Locust St., Phila. 

CHARLES PERRY SINNICKSON. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1844. s. Charles Sinnickson and Caroline E. Perry. 
Entered as a partial student 1861, and left June, 1862. Merchant. Mem. 
Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. E. S., dau. George D. Rosengarten, Phila. 
Address, 1703 Locust St., Phila. 

HENRY ROBINSON TOWNE, A.M., gratise causa, 1887. 

b. Phila., Aug. 28, 1844. s. John Henry Towne, Founder Towne Sci. 
Sch., and Maria R. Tevis. Entered 1861, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. A. -ir. Studied engineering in Paris, France. Pres. Yale and Towne 
Mfg. Co. Mem. Am. Soc. Mechan. Engrs., and its Pres., 1888-89. Con- 
tributor to scientific journals, m. Cora E., dau. John P. White, Phila. See 
AJunselPs Am, Atices., vol. v. Address, Stamford, Conn. 

JAMES NAPOLEON WALKER (A.B., Lafayette Coll., 1865. A. M., Lafayette 
Coll., 1868). 

b. Phila., Aug. 7, 1841. s. . Entered first term Junior year and left 

at the close of the same term. Mem. Philo. <i>. K. 2. Studied at Theol. 
Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1865-66. Teacher. Address, . 

ETH ELBERT WATTS. 

b. Phila., Feb. 25, 1845. s. Hon. Henry Miller Watts and Anna Maria 
Shoenberger. Entered 1861, and left third term Junior year. A. ■^. 
Studied at Royal Saxon Sch. Mines, Freiburg, 1865-66. Merchant. Cashier 
Centennial Bd. Finance at grounds of Centennial Exhibition, 1876. Sec. 
Invest. Co. Phila., 1886 to date. Mem. Am. Instit. Mining Engrs. Private 3 2d 
Regt. Penna. Reserves for three months during the emergency, June to Sept., 
1864. m. Emily, dau. William Pepper, M, D., Prof. Med. Dept. Address, 
2303 Walnut St., Phila. 

CONSTANTINE HERING WILLIAMSON. 

b. Phila., Sept. 3, 1844. s. Walter Williamson, M. D., and Mary 
Matilda Massey. Entered 1861, and left at the close of first term Soph, 
year. Mem. Philo. Conveyancer. Clerk. Direc. Pub. Sch. Bd. 9th 
Section Phila., and its Pres. for one year. Address, 502 Marshall St., Phila. 

1866. 
WHARTON BARKER, A. M. 

b. Phila., May i, 1846. s. Abraham Barker and Sarah Wharton. 
Entered 1862. Pres. Zelo. *. K. 2. 2d Lieut. Univ. Light Artill. Banker. 
Trustee, 1880 to date, and Treas. of the Board, 1S82-90. Pres. Finance Co. of 
Penna, Direc. Invest. Co. of Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1884 ; Acad. 
Nat. Sci. Phila.; Hist. Soc. Penna. Alexander II., Czar of Russia, conferred 
on him the Cross of St. Stanislaus, .second order, July, 1879. Proprietor and 
direc. The American, m. Margaret Corlies, dau. Joseph Baker. See 
Rodman Family. Address, Wyncote, Montg. co., Penna. 

t FREDERICK WILLIAMSON BEASLEY, JR., A. M. 

b. Eddington, Bucks co., Penna., May 18, 1845; d. Eddington, Bucks 
CO., Penna., Sept. 18, 1873. s. Rev. Frederick Williamson Beasley, D. D. 
(Class 1827), and Virginia Teackle Bancker. Entered 1862. Mem. Philo. 
Honorable mention for Junior English prize. Master Lat. and Gr. Langs. 
P. E. Acad., Phila. Law student. 

HENRY WILLIAMS BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 7, 1848. s. Thomas Alexander Eiddle (Class 1832) and Julia 
Cox. Entered Soph. Class 1863. A. *. Stock broker, m. Jessie Duncan, 
dau. Rear-Admiral Thomas Turner, U. S. N. See Dcscdts. Clement Biddle, 
Address, 1504 Locust St., Phila. 



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HENRY CLAY BROWN, A. M. 

b. Doylestown, Bucks co., Penna., Nov. 20, 1847. s. John S. Brown 
and Rebecca J. Taylor. Entered Senior Class 1865. Mem. Philo. Studied 
at Haverford Coll., Penna., 1862-65. Engaged in mercantile business until 
Sept., 1876 ; since then lawyer, m. Emma C, dau. James Ruckman, Doyles- 
town, Penna. Address, 13 18 Spruce St., Phila. 

fANTHONY CHAPRON CAMPBELL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 8, 1846; d. Phila., Oct. 2, 1868. s. Hon. James Camp- 
bell, Postmaster-Gen. in President Pierce's Cabinet, and Emilie S. Chapron. 
Entered 1862. Student in Med. Dept. 

fCLEMENT CRESSON DICKEY, A.M. 

b. Oxford, Chester co., Penna., Aug. 12, 1844 ; d. Colorado Spgs., Colo., 
Mch. 7, 1893. s. Rev. John Miller Dickey, D. D., and Sarah Emlen Cresson. 
Entered Soph. Class 1863. Awarded Soph. Declam. prize. Mem. Philo. 
Capt. Univ. Light Artill. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 
1871. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Tompkins Ave. Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1871-72; Prof. Hebrew Lincoln Univ., Oxford, Penna., 1872-78; pastor 

Haddington, Phila., 1878-80; and Sixty-third St. Ch., Phila., 1880 . m. 

Mary Sterling, dau. Henry D. Sherrerd, Phila. See Futhey and Cope. 

fCADWALADER EVANS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 22, 1847 ; d. N. Y. City, Jan. 20, 1880. s. Manlius Glen- 
dower Evans (Class 1839) and Ellen Kuhn. Entered 1862. Mem. Zelo. A. 4'. 
Stock -broker in N. Y. City. m. Angelina B., dau. Israel Corse, N. Y. City. 
See Keith, Jenkins' Hist. Collection of Czvynedd, Penna. 

GEORGE THOMAS GRAHAM, A.M. 

b. . s. . Entered 1862. Awarded the Junior English prize, and 

honorable mention for Junior Phil, prize, ist Lieut. Univ. Light Artill, 
Mem. Zelo. Valedictorian. Lawyer. Instr. Lehigh Univ., Penna.; Asst. 
Prof. Lehigh Univ. Mem. 111. Legis. 

ISAAC MINIS HAYS, A. M. M. D., 1868. 

b. Phila., July 26, 1847. s. Isaac Hays, M. D. (Class 1816), and Sarah 
Minis. Entered 1862. Moderator Philo. Physician and editor. Fell. Coll. 
Phys. Phila., 1872. Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc. ; Med. Soc. State Penna.- 
Assn. Am. Phys.; Am. Phil. Soc, 1886; Sec-Gen. Internat. Med. Cong., 
Phila., 1876. Editor Am. Journal of Medical Sciences, m. Emma, dau. 
George A. Wood, Phila. See Appleton. Address, 266 So. Twenty-first St., 
Phila. 

JOHN WHITE HOFFMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 19, 1847. s. George Edward Hoflfrnan and Phoebe 
Wagner White. Entered 1862, Moderator Philo. Z. "?. 3d Lieut. Univ. 
Light Artill. Civil engineer. Dealer in railroad supplies, m. ist, Elvira, 
dau. James Russell Soley ; 2d, Florence, dau. S. Kingston McKay, Phila. 
Address, Bryn Mawr, Montg. co., Penna. 

OTIS HOWARD KENDALL, A.M. LL. B., 1868. (Ph.D., Wittenberg Coll., 
Ohio, gratias causa, 1885. ) 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1846. s. Ezra Otis Kendall, LL. D., Vice-Provost, 
and Emma Lavinia Dick, Entered 1862. Mem. Philo. 4>. S. 'f. Lawyer. 
Instr. Math., 1875-77; Asst. Prof. Math., 1877-89. Headmaster Am. 
Faculty of Actuaries, Phila., 1890. Address, 3826 Locust St., Phila. 

tJOHN ALSOP KING, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 24, 1847 ; d. in conflagration of his house, Phila., Feb. 21, 
1885. S.Charles Ray King, M. D., and Hannah Wharton Fisher. Entered 
1862. Mem. Philo. A.*. " Spoon-man " of Class. Merchant, m. Lily, dau. 
George Hamilton, M. D., Phila. See Wharton Family. 



252 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1866 

HARRY INGERSOLL MEIGS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 8, 1847. s. John Forsyth Meigs, M. D., and Ann Wil- 
cocks IngersoU. Entered 1862. Mem. Philo. Honorable mention for 
Junior Phil, prize. P. E. clergyman, and rector Whitemarsh, Montg. co., 
Penna. See A'<?///i. Address, 1208 Walnut St., Phila. 

JOHN BUCK MORGAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 10, 1847. s. Charles E. Morgan and Jane B. Buck. 
Entered 1861, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Re-entered the Soph. 
Class 1863. Moderator Philo. $. K. 2. Honorable mention for Soph. 
Declam. prize. Class orator. Pres. Berkshire Mfg. Co. Mem. Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. m. Sarah Fisher, dau. S. Fisher Corlies, Phila. See Rod- 
man Family. Address, 130 W. Chelten Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

t LOUIS HORACE PAULY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 28, 1848 ; d. Phila., Oct. 5, 1873. s. Louis Lawshee 
Pauly and Hannah Painter Statzell. Entered 1862. Mem. Philo. Awarded 
Junior Phil, prize, Senior Gr. and Senior Phil, prizes, and Henry Reed 
prize. Gr. Salutatorian. Lawyer. 

CHARLES UNDERWOOD RAYMOND, A. M. 

b. Cambridge City, Wayne co., Ind., Sept. 18, 1845. s. Rev. Charles 
Harvey Raymond and Mary Jane Underwood. Entered Senior Class 1865. 
Studied at Northwestern Univ., Indianapolis, Ind., 1863-65. Mcht. until 
1882 ; since then Sec. of The Dayton Mfg. Co. m. Maria Jane, dau. Rev. 
Seth Howell. Address, 58 Linden Ave., Dayton, O. 

fWILLIAM BERNARD SHARKEY. 

b. Phila., Jan. 23, 1847; d. Phila., Sept. 29, 1867. s. Bernard Sharkey 
and Mary Keating. Entered 1862. Law student. 

Non-Graduates. 

FRANCOIS AMEDEE BREGY, JR., A. B., gratise causa, 1893. 

b. Centreville, Bucks co., Penna., Sept. 7, 1846. s. Francois Amedee 
Brdgy, Prof. French, and Phebe C. Anderson. Entered 1862, and left at 
the close of second term Soph. year. Lawyer, ist Asst. Dist.-Atty. Phila., 
1872-74 and 1881-87. Judge Ct. Com. PI. No. i, Phila., Apr., 1887, to Jan., 
1888, by appointment of Gov. Beaver ; elected to the same position 1888 and 
still holding office. Private Penna. militia during the emergency, 1863. 2d 
Lieut. 215th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., 1864. m. Catharine S., dau. Col. 
William H. Maurice. Address, 2033 N. Broad St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM RUFUS BUCKNELL. 

b. Phila., Mch. 17, 1847; d. Phila., Mch. 5, 1885. s. William Bucknell 
and Harriet Ashton. Entered 1862, and left at the close of first term Senior 
year. Mem, Philo. Z. ^. Lumber merchant, m. Laura, dau. David 
Jayne. 

CHARLES H. CALDWELL. 

Entered second term Fresh, year 1862, and left during the Soph, 
year. Mem. Philo. 

fSAMUEL HICKS CLAPP. 

b. ; d. N. Y. City, June 28, 1891. s. Clapp and Phoebe M. 

Kimber. Entered Junior Class 1865, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Studied at Haverford Coll., Penna., 1862-65. Engaged in 
mercantile business. Lawyer, m. Anna, dau. William Verplanck, Fishkill- 
on-Hudson,N. Y. 



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fGEORGE MOREHOUSE DAVIS (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1866. A.M., Coll. N. J., 
1869). 

b. Bridgeton, N. J., Nov. 15, 1846; d. Bridgeton, N. J., Aug. 15, 1872. 
s. Charles O. Davis and Emily Read Morehouse. Entered Soph. Class and 
left at the close of first term Soph. year. Farmer. 

THEODORE FASSITT, M. D., 1869. 

b. Phila., Nov. 29, 1844. s. James Wilson Fassitt (Class 1834) and 
Maria E. Hooper. Entered 1862, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. <I>. 
Physician. Private Landis' Phila. Battery during the emergency, June to. 
July, 1863. m. Sallie, dau. Robert H. Large. Address, 2017 Pine St., Phila.. 

tJOHN WEIN FORNEY, JR. 

b. Phila., Aug. 8, 1846; d. Phila., May 2, 1893. s. Hon. John Wein, 
Forney and Matilda Elizabeth Reitzel. Entered 1862, and left at the close 
of Fresh, year. Journalist ; mng. editor Phila. Press ; established The 
Stage, a theatrical publication, about 1866, which has since become The 
Evening Star, Phila.; edaior Progress. 

t HAMILTON GRAY, JR. 

b. Maysville, Ky., Jan. 15, 1845; d. Maysville, Ky., July 15, 1882. s.. 
Hamilton Gray and Elizabeth Johnson. Entered Soph. Class as a partial 
student 1863, and left at the close of second term Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
"Wine merchant, m. Emily Graham, dau. Richard Graham Dabyus, M. D. 

FRANCIS COLLINS HEADMAN. 

b. . s. . Entered as a partial student 1862, and left at the close 

of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. ^.<^. Student in Med. Dept. Conveyan- 
cer, m. . Address, 118 N. Eighteenth St., Phila. 

ALFRED JOSEPH LEBERMAN. 

b. Phila., July 25, 1846. s. Lazarus Joseph Leberman and Minna 
David. Entered second term Fresh, year 1862, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Mcht. until 1888 ; since then bank elk. m. Elizabeth, dau. 
Abraham Wornitz. Address, 2219 Green St., Phila. 

WILLIAM FISHER LEWIS. 

b. Phila., July 20, 1846. s. George T. Lewis and Sally Fox Fisher. 
Entered as a partial student 1862, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. 4>. 
Merchant. Served as a private in First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during the 
emergency of 1861. Address, 1323 Walnut St., Phila. 

CRAIGE LIPPINCOTT. 

b. Phila., Nov. 4, 1846. s. Joshua Ballinger Lippincott and Josephine 
Craige. Entered 1862, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
A. *. Publisher. He is a Direc. in several Trust Cos. and Banks in Phila. 
m. Sallie Erie, dau. William Bucknell, Phila. See MunselVs Am. Ances., 
vol. iv. Address 2012 Walnut St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM McCULLAGH. 

b. Phila., Jan. 21, 1846 ; d. Gtn., Phila., June 27, 1866. s. Robert Poalk 
McCullagh and Mary Wilcox Caufiman. Entered as a partial student 1862, 
and left at the close of Fresh, year. Was engaged in mercantile business. 

JOHN NICHOLAS MITCHELL (M. D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Phila., 1S73). 

b. Phila., Apr. 10, 1847. s. John Cowell Mitchell (Class 1835) and 
Rebecca Nicholas. Entered 1862, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Honorable mention for Soph. Declam. prize. *. K. S. Physician. Prof. 
Obstet. Hahnemann Med. Coll. Phila., 1886 to date. Mem. Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. m. Florence, dau. Prof. A. R. Thomas, M. D., Phila. Address, 
1222 Walnut St., Phila. 

fWILLIAM WOOD MONTGOMERY. 

b. Phila., Aug. 30, 1845 ; d. Phila., Dec. 26, 1863. s. Brig. -Gen. William 

Reading Montgomery and Hannah Bullock Wood. Entered as a partial 
student 1862, and died during his studentship. 



254 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [l856 

WILLIAM JOHN POTTS. 

b. Phila., Oct. 14, 1842. s. Robert Barahill Potts, Sr., and Sarah Page 
Grew. Entered as a partial student 1863, and left at the close of first temi 
Soph. year. Studied at Phila. Poly. Coll., Jan. to June, 1864. Analyt. 
chemist for a few years ; since then has devoted himself to foreign travel and 
literary pursuits, chiefly historical. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc. , 1885 ; Hist. Soc. 
Penna., 1871 ; Hist.-Geneal. Soc. N. E., Boston, 1874; Numis. and Antiq. 
Soc. Phila.; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1877 ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; N. J. 
Hist. Soc, 1880; Am. Folk-Lore Soc, 1887. Corres. mem. Wisconsin Hist. 
Soc. Has contributed frequently to historical and genealogical publica- 
tions. See The Swedish Holsteins in Am. Address, 529 Cooper St., Camden, 
N.J. 

GEORGE ALBERT REDLES. 

b. Phila., Sept. 12, 1843. s. John Redles and Jane Eliza Myers. 
Entered 1862, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Was 
graduated at Di\4n. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1868. P. E. clerg>-man, but 
subsequently joined the Ref. Epis. Ch., and rector Ref. Epis. Ch. of Our 
Redeemer, Phila. m. Isabella P., dau. William Liming. Address, 15 18 N. 
Nineteenth St., Phila. 

HENRY FISHER RODNEY, JR. (LL. B., Univ. Mich., .) 

b. Phila., Jan. 1846. s. Henry Fisher Rodney and Mary Burton. Entered 
1862 and left during Soph, year. Teacher in Milford, Del., N. Y. City and 
Portland, Ore. m. Annie Miller, dau. John Henry Williams. Address, 
Portland, Oregon. 

tWILLIAM HENRY ROMIG, M. D., 1867. 

b. Allentown, Penna., Aug. 22, 1846; d. Allentown, Penna., Dec. 10, 
1884. s. John Romig, M. D., and S. Matilda Martin. Entered Soph. Class 
1863, and left at the close of Soph. year. Physician, m. Marj' E., dau. 
Jesse M. Line. 

FRANCIS M. ROSER. 

b. , Ga. s. . Entered 1862, and left during the Soph. year. 

Mem. Philo. 
ALFRED L. STOKES. 

Entered 1862, and left during the Soph. year. 

THOMAS PIM COPE STOKES. 

b. Phila., 1843. s. John Stokes and Hannah Smith. Entered Senior 
Class 1865, and left during first term Senior year. 4>. K. 2. Lumber mcht. 
m. Ellen, dau. Hon. John Welsh, LL. D., U. S. Minister to Court of St. 
James. Address, Frank St., cor. Wissahickon Ave., Gtn., Phila. 
CHARLES ALLSTON STONE. 

b. Phila., July i, 1847. s. Charles Henry Stone and Sarah Maria 
Roberts. Entered 1862, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. 
Was graduated at U. S. Naval Acad., 1864. Midshipman U. S. N., 1864; 
Ensign, 1869; Master, 1870; Lieut., 1872. Translated P. Brdger's "The 
Probability of Hitting an Object of any Form." m. Lily Wier, dau. 
William Willis Wiley Wood, Engr. -in-Chief., U. S. N. See AUibone. 
Address, Navy Dept., Washington, D. C. 
HENRY DUMONT WAGNER. 

b. Phila., Aug. 21, 1846. s. Samuel Wagner and Emilie Obri^ Duval. 
Entered 1862, and left during the Fresh, year. A. «t>. Engineer. Address, 
1819 Spruce St., Phila. 

1867. 

GEORGE HENRY BALL. A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 2-^, 1846. s. George Bicknell Washington Ball and Sarah 
Beard Hodgson. Entered 1863. Mem. Philo. Z. ^. Mechanical engineer, 
m. Rena Hunt, dau. Phillip Franklin Slack, Mt. Holly. N. J. Address, 368 
W. Thirty-second St., N. Y. City. 



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FREDERICK CARROLL BREWSTER, JR., A. M. 

b Phila., Jan. 4, 185 1. s. Hon. Frederick Carroll Brewster, LL. D. 
(Class 1841),' and Emma Barton. Entered third term Fresh, year 1864. 
Mem Philo. A. *. Lawyer, m. Sophia Grace, dau. Hon. William J. 
Almon, M. D., Halifax, Nova Scotia. Address, Provident Bld'g, Phila. 

FRANCIS HERBERT BRUNER, A. M. 

5 ,_ s. James P. Bruner and . Entered Soph. Class 1864. 

Mem. Zelo. 

WILLARD NAGLEE BRUNER, A.M. , ^ , , „. 

b. . s. James P. Bruner and . Entered Soph. Class 1864. 

Mem. Zelo. 

SAMUEL BROWN COLLINS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 3, 1844. s. Edward Thompson Collins and Matilda 
Christiana Brown. Entered Junior Class 1865. Mem. Zelo. Awarded 
Senior English and Henry Reed prizes. Class poet. He delivered the 
Master's oration. Journalist until 1879. Official reporter Penna. Legis., 
1871-81. Lawyer. Private 26th Regt. Penna. militia during the emergency 
of 1863. m. Caroline Marie Christmann. Address, 435 Walnut St., Phila. 

+ GERALD FITZGERALD DALE, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., July 11, 1846; d. Zahled, Syria, Oct. 6, 1886. s. Gerald Fitz- 
gerald Dale and Elizabeth P. Sparhawk. Entered 1863. Moderator Philo. 
Valedictorian. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1872. 
Teacher. Presb. clergyman, and misny. Zahled, Syria, 1872-86. m. Mary, 
dau. Rev. Daniel Bliss, Pres. Beirut Coll., Syria. 

ALONZO POTTER DOUGLASS, A. M. LL. B., 1873. 

b. Phila., Jan. 28, 1848. s. Rev. Jacob Morgan Douglass and Mary 

Hall Willard. Entered 1863. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Mil. Order 

iKJyal Legion U. S. Sec. to Commodore Frederick Engle, U. S. N. m. 

Emily, dau. Rear-Admiral Frederick Engle, U. S. N. Address, 711 Walnut 

St., Phila. 
HERMAN COPE DUNCAN, A. M. (S. T. D., Hobari: Coll., 1893.) 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1846. s. Greer Brown Duncan and Mary Jane Cope. 

Entered 1863. Mem. Philo. Chmn. Class Exec. Com. P. E. clerg>man. 

Sec. Diocese La., 1870-75, 1881, 1883-88. Dean Kansas City, 1876-80, and 

of Alexandria, La., 1888 to date. Trustee St. Paul's Coll., Mo.. 1878-80. Fell. 

N. O. Acad. Sci. Author "History of the Diocese of Louisiana," beside a 

number of published lectures and sermons. m. Maria Elizabeth, dau. 

Thomas Alfred Cooke, M. D. See Allibone. Address, Alexandria, La. 

ROBERT FRAZER, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., July 22, 1849. «• Robert Frazer and Jane Biddle Wood. En- 
tered 1863. Moderator Philo. A. ^. <i>. B. K. Q.\\\\ and mining engineer. 
Was engaged for two years in the service Camden and Atlantic R. R. Co. 
Adjunct Prof Civil and Topog. Engr. Lafayette Coll., 1872-73. Prin- 
cipal Asst. Engr. Lehigh Valley Coal Co., 1874-85. Mem. Am. Instit. Min- 
ing Engrs. m. Elizabeth M., dau. David James McKibben, M. D. (Class 
1843), Ashland, Penna. See Coffin's Men of Lafayette. Address, 333 So. 
Eighteenth St., Phila. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER LAMBERTON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 26, 1848. s. Robert Lamberton and Jane Porter. En- 
tered 1863. Mem. Zelo. A. *. 4>. B. K. Awarded Fresh. Declam. prize. Edu- 
cator. Instr. Math., 1867-68; Instr. Lat. and Gr. Lang. Lehigh Univ., 1869- 
73 ; and of Math. Lehigh Univ., 1873-78 ; Prof. Gr. and Lat. Lang. Lehigh 
Univ., 1878-80; Prof. Gr. Lehigh Univ., 1880-88 ; Prof. Gr., 1888 to date. 
Edited 6th and 7th books of Thucydides, in Harper's Classical Series ; beside 
a large number of contributions on classical subjects to the fournal of 
Philology, m. Mary, dau. Daniel McCurdy. Address, 4403 Osage Ave., 
Phila. ' 



256 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSVLVANIA. [1867 

WILLIAM HENRY LEX, A. M. 

b Phila., Sept. 16, 1848. s. Charles Edwin Lex (Class 1831) and Mary 
Murdoch Casey. Entered 1863. Regent Zelo. A. *. Capt. Univ. Cricket 
Eleven in 1867. Lawyer. Mem. Com. Coun., Phila., 1877-83, and itsPres., 
1S81-83. Mem. Bd. City Trusts, and Pub. Bldgs. Comn., and Fairmount 
Park Comn. Solicitor Bd. Mngrs. House of Correction, Phila., 1875-77. 
m. Pattie, dau. James M. Barclay, Phila. Address, 218 So. Twentieth 
St., Phila. 

fTHOMAS HOLLINGSWORTH LYMAN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1846; d. Paoli, Chester co., Penna., Aug. 17, 1887. 
s. Charles Augustus Lyman and Elizabeth Shallcross Hollingsworth. Entered 
1863. Mem. Philo. While serving as a private in the Univ. Light Artill., 
Apr. 22, 1865, which by order of Gen. Terry, U. S. A.,comdg. in Phila., was 
detailed to fire minute guns during the funeral procession of President 
Lincoln in that city, he received serious injurits from the premature 
discharge of one of the guns. In recognition of the injuries here received 
he was presented by the students with a gold medal. Iron comn.mcht. m. 
Sarah A., dau. Col. Daniel O'Kane, U. S. Vols. See Rodman Family, 

WILLIAM WAINWRIGHT MARIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 22, 1848. s. John M. Maris and S. Louise Wainwright. 
Entered 1863. Mem. Zelo. Awarded Soph. Declam. prize. Stock broker 
and banker, m. Anne, dau. William Wood Gerhard, M. D., Phila. See 
Maris Family. Address, 711 Market St., Phila. 
ARCHIBALD ROGER MONTGOMERY, A. M. 

b. Paris, France, May 30, 1847, while his parents were traveling in 
Europe, s. Richard Roger Montgomery and Elizabeth Binney. Entered 
1863. Mem. Philo. Z. t. While serving as private in the Univ. Light 
Artill. during the funeral procession of President Lincoln in Phila., 
Apr. 22, 1865, was seriously wounded by the premature discharge of one of 
the guns. Lawyer. Mem. Central Com. of Alumni ; Penna. Soc. Sons of 
Revo. Address, Bryn Mawr, Montg. co., Penna. 
EDWARD FOX PUGH, A. M. 

b. Doylestown, Penna., May 30, 1847. s. John Blackwell Pugh (Class 
1827) and Elizabeth Sergeant Fox. Entered third term Fresh, year 1864. 
Moderator Philo. Class Pres. for two years. Awarded Junior English 
and Senior Phil, prizes. Lawyer. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Author 
"Memoir of Edward Fox;" "Forms of Procedure in Admty. Courts of 
U. S." article on " Courts of Admiralty " in the Am. Supplement to Encyc. 
Britannica. Edited Dunlap's "Book of Legal Forms." m. Alice Hannum, 
dau. Walter Cresson, Conshohocken, Penna. See Rodman Family. 
Address, Wayne, Del. co., Penna. 

ARTHUR RITCHIE, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., June 22, 1849. s. Arthur Ritchie and Mary Rhea Barton 
Hopkins. Entered 1863. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. 
Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1871. Teacher in Epis. Acad., Phila., 1867-68. 
P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Ignatius', N. Y. City. Published " Spiritual 
Studies in St. John's Gospel;" "Six vSermons to Men." Editor Catholic 
Champion. Address, 331 W. Forty-fifth St., N. Y. City. 

CHARLES SHAFFNER, A. M. M. D., 1870. 

b. Phila., Mch. 14, 1846. s. John ShaflFner and Mary Metzgar. Entered 
1863. Pres. Zelo. Physician. Asst. phys. Penna. Infirm, for Eye and 
Ear Diseases, 1872 to date ; phvs. Phila. Dispen. and to Guardians of the 
Poor, Phila. Ophthalmologist Presb. Hosp. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 18S4. 
Mem. Pathol. Soc. Phila., 1870. Has contributed to the medical journals. 
m. Annie Smith, dau. Jacob Valentine Thomas, Bellefonte, Penna. Address, 
251 So. Thirteenth St., Phila. 



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NEWCOMB BUTLER THOiWPSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 14, 1850. s. Newcomb Butler Thompson and Harriet 
Lloyd Peters. Entered 1863. Mem. Philo. A. <J>. Class Pres. Lawyer, 
m. Kate, dau. Samuel Keen Ashton, M. D. (Class 1841). Address, Carpen- 
ter's Lane near Green St., Gtn., Phila. 

CHARLES EDWARD VAN PELT, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 22, 1846. s. Rev. Peter Van Pelt, D. D. (Class 1818), and 
Abby Ann King Turner. Entered 1863. Mem. Philo. A. *. Studied at 
Burlington Coll., N. J., 1861-62. Law student. Clerk in office Penna. 
R. R. Co., Phila. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. m. ist, Helen Hackett ; 2d, 
Ellen, dau. James Hughes. Address, Thirtieth St. and Chestnut Ave 
Chestnut Hill, Phila. 

tJOHN WANDESFORD WRIGHT, A. M. LL. B., 1870. 

b. Phila., Aug. 21, 1847; d. Colorado Spgs., Col., Jan. 26, 1890. s. 
Richard Wright and Abigail Matlack Cooper. Mem. Philo. Z. -f. Class 
"Vice Pres. Or. Salutatorian. Lawyer. Trustee, Sec. and Treas. Cooper 
Hosp., Camden, N. J. Direc. Mortg. Trust Co. Penna., and Teutonia Fire 
Ins. Co. and West Jersey Title and Guarantee Co., etc. m. Maria Wat- 
mough, dau. Hon. Martin Russell Thayer (Class 1840). 

Non-Graduates. 

CHARLES WILLING BEALE. 

b. Phila., . s. . Entered Soph. Class 1S64, and left during the 

Junior year. Mem. Philo. Z. '?. 

FRANCIS COLEGATE BENSON. 

b. Phila., Aug. 4, 1846. s. Gustavus Smith Benson (Class 1823) and 
Margaretta Fitzgerald Dale. Entered 1863, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. A. ■^. Banker and broker. Capt. 20th Regt. N. G. Penna. during 
the riots in the State, 1877. m. Sarah Flagg, dau. Francis A. Godwin. 
Address, Fox Chase, Phila. 

t HOWELL WHARTON BiCKLEY. 

b. Tacony, Phila. co., Penna., Mch. 19, 1842 ; d. Phila., Feb., 1884. s. 
Lloyd Wharton, who assumed the surname Bickley, and Margaret Ann 
Howell. Entered as a partial student 1863, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. A. 4>. Capt. 6th Penna. Cav., U. S. Vols, during the Civil War. m. 
Miriam D., dau. Thomas A. Scott, Pres. Penna. R. R. Co. See IVharion 
Family. 

NEILSON BROWN. 

b. Phila., July 3, 1845. s. Alexander Brown (Class 1836) and Catharine 
Neilson. Entered as a partial student 1863, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. A. $. m. Elizabeth L., dau. George Correy Carson (Class 1832). 
Address, Torresdale, Phila. 

HOWARD J. M. CARDEZA. 

b, Phila., . s. . Entered 1863, and left during the Fresh. 

year. Merchant, m. . Address, 26 So. Twenty -second St., Phila. 

RICHARD WELLS CLAY. 

b. Phila., Mch. 18, 1847. s. Joseph Ashmead Clay (Class 1822) and 
Cornelia Fletcher. Entered 1863, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. 
Philo. Lawyer. Pres. Solicitor's Loan and Trust Co., Phila. m. Eleanor 
Boyd, dau. John Wood Kester. Address, 2015 De Lancey PI., Phila. 

t EDWARD EMLEN CONNER. 

b. Phila., Mch. 29, 1840; d. Phila., July 4, 1884. s. Como. David 
Conner, U S. N., and Susan Dillwyn Physick. Entered 1863, and left 
during the first term Fresh, year. A. -i. Served as a private in the Penna. 
militia during the emergency of 1862. 

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+ MARCUS HEILNER CORSON, M. D., 1871. 

b Plymouth Meeting, Montg. co., Penna., Feb. 10, 1S49 ; d. Plymouth 
Meeting Montg. co., Penna., May 23, 1872. s. George Corson and Martha 
Maulsby. Entered Junior Class 1865, and left during the Junior year. 
Physician. Mem. Montg. co., Penna., Med. Soc. 

DAVID DICKSON. 

Entered 1863, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 

CHARLES ALBERT DUHRING. 

b Phila., Mch. 24, 1845. s. George H. Duhring, M. D., and Rachel 
Potts. Entered 1863, and left at the close of first term Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Engaged in coal trade for two years, and in the pottery and glass 
and crockery trade for ten years. Clerk. Direc. Pub. Sch., Phila., for 
three years, m. Sarah Moore. Address, 902 Chestnut St., Phila. 

t HARRY EMLEN. 

b. Phila., Mch. 31, 1847; d. Phila., Mch. 17, 1871. s. George Emlen, 
Jr. (Class 1832), and Ellen Markoe. Entered Soph. Class 1864, and left 
during Soph. year. A. *. See Keith. 

SAMUEL NICHOLAS EWING. 

b Phila., Aug., 1846. s. Rev. Charles Henry Ewing (Class 1836) and 
Chariotte Elizabeth Page. Entered 1863, and left at the beginning of Junior 
year. m. . 

HENRY KORN FOX, LL. B., 1878. 

b. Phila., Sept. 21, 1847. s. Hon. Daniel Miller Fox, Mayor of Phila., 
and Elizabeth Kom. Entered 1863, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Vice Pres. Real Estate Title Ins. and Trust Co., 
Penna. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Eliza H., dau. Washington 
Irving Landell. Address, 2222 Spruce St., Phila. 

WILLIAM GERHARD. 

b. Phila., Sept. 9, 1847. s. Benjamin Gerhard and Anna Sergeant. 
Entered 1863, and left at the close of Soph. year. A. ^. Was graduated at 
the U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 1869. Manufacturer. 2d Lieut. 9th U. S. 
Cav., 1865; 1st Lieut., Nov., 1873; honorably resigned Sept., 1874. m. 
Sally Lyle, dau. Arthur Howell. Address, Ardmore, Montg. co., Penna. 

t EDWARD LAW, A. M., gratiae causa, 1880. 

b. Phila., Nov. 30, 1848; drowned in the Schuylkill River, Phila., 

Oct. 5, i88r. ' s. Edward Ellenborough Law and Mar>' Cooper. Entered 

Junior Class 1865, and left during the Senior year. A. *. Studied at 

Harvard, 1864-65. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Legis., 1879-81. Lieut. 7th 

U. S. Inf., 1867-70. 
SAMUEL MAXWELL MclNTYRE. 

b. Phila., Oct. 13, 1846. s. Archibald Mclntyre and Caroline Maxwell. 

Entered 1863, and left during the Soph. year. Mem. Philo. A. i-. Law>'er. 

2d Lieut. Ii8th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., July, 1S62 to Apr., 1863, when he 

was honorably discharged for disability contracted in the service. Mem. 

Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. m. ist, ; 2d. Annie Elizabeth, dau. 

Henry Gridley Kellogg, New Hartford, N. Y. Address, 4033 Walnut St., 

Phila. 
AUSTIN CHIPMAN MAURY. 

b. Danville, Bovleco., Ky., Mays, 1847. s. Lieut. Matthew Fontaine 

Maury, LL. D., U. S. N., and Eliza Chipman. Entered second term Fresh. 

year 1864, and left at the close of first term Junior year. Mem. Zelo. 

A. *. Studied at Middlebury Coll., Vt., one year. Lawyer. Direc. Pub. 

Sch., Phila., 1S72-75. Farmer. Address, Saluda, Polk co., N. C. 



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tTHEODORE FREUNGHUYSEN NEVIN (A. B., Franklin and Marshall Coll., 
Penna., 1867). 

b. Churchtown, Lancaster co., Penna., Jan. 13, 1845; d. Pliila., May 
22, 1869. s. Rev. Alfred Nevin, D. D., LL. D., and Sarah Jenkins. Entered 
1863, and left at the close of first term Senior year. Mem. Zelo. Z. i-. 
Honorable mention for Soph. Declam. prize. 

JOSEPH PARKER NORRIS. 

b. Phila., Nov. 3, 1847. s. Isaac Norris (Class 1821) and Mary Pepper. 
Entered 1863, and left at the close of Junior year. Z. ir. Lawyer. Sec. 
and Treas. Real Estate Investment Co., Phila. Published "The Portraits 
of Shakspere." m. Isabel Nevins, dau. Joseph Reese Fry (Class 1830). See 
AVzVA. Address, 2122 Pine St., Phila. 
+JOSEPH BLASIO OLIVER. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Dec. 29, 1885. s. . Entered 1863, and 

left at the close of Fresh, year. A. t. 
CLEMENT STOCKER PHILLIPS, JR. 

b. Phila., Jan. 3, 1848. s. Clement Stocker Phillips and Mary Brinton. 
Entered 1863, and left the first term Junior year. Mem. Philo. A. t. Mfg. 
chemist, m. Anna Clifford, dau. John Barclay Biddle, M. D., Prof. Jeff. 
Med. Coll. See Descdts. Clement Biddle. Address, 328 So. 17th St., Phila. 

WILLIAM GIBBS PORTER, M. D., 1868. 

b. Phila., Apr. 25, 1846. s. William Gibbs Porter and Catharine Bene- 
zet. Entered 1863, and left at the beginning of Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
Physician. Attending Surg. Presb. Hosp. and to Phila. Hosp. ; consult. Surg. 
Educational Home and to Phila. Dispen. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1872, 
and its Sec, 1877-79 ; Mem. Pathol. Soc. Phila., and its Sec; Obstet. Soc. 
Phila.- Phila. co. Med. Soc; Med. Soc State Penna.; Am. Med. Assn., 
1872; Am. Surg. Assn.; Phila. Acad. Surg.; Surg, ist Brigade, ist Div. 
N. G. Penna., during the riots in the State, 1877. Published, "Memoir of 
H. Lenox Hodge, M. D.," and " of Lewis Rodman, M. D.," and has been 
a frequent contributor to medical journals, m. Susan Miles, dau. Edmund 
Hobart. See Rodman Family, Keith, Atkinson. Address, 11 18 Spruce 
St., Phila. 
JOHN ROBERT PROCTER. 

b. Mason co., Ky., Mch. 16, 1844. s. George Morton Procter and Anna 
Maria Young. Entered as a partial student 1863, and left at the close of 
Fresh, year. Geologist. State Geologist, Ky., 1880 to date. U. S. Civil 
Service Comr., 1893 and still holding office. Fell. Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. 
Mem. Geol. Soc. Am. Lieut. Artill. Conf. Army, Oct., 1864 to Apr., 1865. 
Published, Ky. Geol. Reports, m. Julia Leslie, dau. John Porter Dobyns. 
Address, Frankfort, Ky. 
CHARLES MELVILLE RITZ, M. D., 1867. 

b. Lewistown, Mifflin co., Penna., 1841. s. Charles Ritz and Susan Good- 
fellow. Entered 1863, and left at the close of Soph. year. Z. *. Physician. 
Resdt. Penna. Hosp. Druggist, m. Mary, dau. Joseph Shirk, Lewistown, 
Penna. Address, Lewistown, Mifflin co., Penna. 

JAMES CORNELIUS WILSON, (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1867. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1870. 
M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1869). 

b. Phila., Mch. 25, 1847. s. Ellwood Wilson, M. D., and Hannah Paul 
Shallcross. Entered Soph. Class 1864, and left during the first term Soph, 
year. Studied at Yale Coll., 1863. Physician. Visiting phys. to Phila. 
Hosp., 1876, and to Jeff. Med. Coll. Hosp. Prof. Med. and Clinical Med 
Jeff. Med. Coll., 1891 to date. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1874. Mem. Pathol. 
Soc. Phila., 1869, audits Pres., 1885-86 ; Obstet. Soc. Phila.; Phila. co. Med. 
Soc, 1876 ; Am. Med. Assn., 1872 ; Assoc. Mem. Am. Phys. and Pathologists, 



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1SS6 ; Mem. Phila. Neurol. Soc., 1886 ; Am. Phil. Soc., 1S85. Author "The 
Summer and its Diseases ;" " A Treatise on the Continued Fevers ;" " Fever- 
Nursing;" beside contributions to medical journals, m. Adele Beatrice, 
dau. William Grosholz, Phila. See Allibone. Address, 1437 Walnut St., 
Phila. 



1868. 



tlENRY BUDD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 12, 1849. s. Henry Budd and Martha Berg. Entered 
1864. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Trustee Burlington Coll. and St. Mary's Hall, 
N. J. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna.; Central Com. of Alumni. Author "Shars- 
wood (Hon. George Sharswood [Class 1828]), and Budd's Leading Cases, 
with notes," 3 vols., and a large number of reports, essays and reviews in 
legal and literary journals. Editor Am. Law Register, 1S87 to date ; and of 
Weekly Notes of Cases ; and joint editor with Charles F. Ziegler of The 
University, 1869. Mem. of a Com. Alumni Soc. to compile an Alumni 
Catalogue of the Coll. Dept., 1880. m. Judith J., dau. Gillies Dallett, Phila. 
See Allibone. Address, 503 N. 7th St., Phila. 

WILLIAM LEVI BULL, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 10, 1848. s. William Mead Bull and Sarah Roberts 
Thomas. Entered 1864. " Spoon-man " of Class. Was graduated at Divin. 
Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1874. Law student; P. E. clergyman. Direc. Pub. 
Sch., West Whiteland twp., Chester co., Penna. Contributor to the relig- 
ious press. Address, Whitford, Chester co., Penna. 

JOSEPH CRESSON FRALEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 21, 1849. s. Frederick Fraley, LL. D., and Jane Chap- 
man Cresson. Entered 1864. Pres. Zelo. Z. *. Class Pres. Awarded 
Junior English and Henry Reed prizes. Valedictorian. Lawyer. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1880; Franklin Instit. Phila.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo, 
m. Marie Elizabeth, dau. Charles Sidney Bradford (Class 1822). Address, 
1833 Pine St., Phila. 

DAVID HAZEL, A. M. 

b. Phila., 1846. s. Joseph Hazel and . Entered 1864. Mem. Zelo. 

Presb. clergyman. Address, i2ioRaceSt., Phila. 

EDWARD FENNO HOFFMAN (and Harvard, 1869), A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 184S. s. George Edward Hoflfinan and Phoebe Wagner 
White. Entered 1864. Moderator Philo. Z. ^'. Class Pres. for the past 
twenty- five years. Class poet. Lawyer. Mem. Bd. Guardians of the Poor, 
Phila., and its Pres., 1882-85. Edited an edition of the poems of his uncle, 
Charles Fenno Hoffman, m. Elizabeth, dau. Gen. George C. McCall, U. S. 
Vols. Address, 259 So. 17th St., Phila. 

fGUSTAVUS BROWN HORNER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 24, 1849; d. Phila., Mch. 23, 1887. s. Alfred Homer 
and Elizabeth Driver White. Entered 1864. Moderator Philo. Class Pres, 
Capt. Class Cricket Eleven. Z. t. Stock-broker. 

LEIGHTON HOSKINS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 19, 1850. s. Francis Hoskins and Anna Estelle Higgin- 
botham. Entered 1864. Awarded Junior Gr. and Alumni Senior Latin 
prizes. Studied at Univ. Bonn, 1869-70 ; Univ. Berlin, 1870-73 ; Univ. 
Leipzig, 1873-74. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., N. Y. 
City, 1889. Traveled and studied in Europe, 1868-74 ; Lecturer Classical 
Archaeol., 1878-82. Private teacher and one of the compilers of the " Cen- 
tury Diet, of the Eng. Lang.," 1882-89. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min.. 
Memorial Ch. of the Holy Comforter, Phila., 1892' to date. m. Emily 
Billiard, dau. Thomas Gordon, M. D. See Keith. Address, 2041 Pine St., 
Phila. 



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EWiNG JORDAN, A. M. M. D., 1871. 

b. Phila., Mch. 18, 1847. s. Francis Jordan and Emily Woolf. ^ En- 
tered 1864. Moderator Philo. Awarded Senior English prize. Physician. 
Resdt. Penna. Hosp. Visiting phys. to Phila. Dispen.; Lincoln Instit.; 
Catharine St. Dispen.; Southern Home for Destitute Children. First asst. 
phys. State Hosp. for Insane, Norristown, Penna., 1880-85. Mem. Phila. 
CO. Med. Soc. Life mem. Hist. Soc. Penna., and of Moravian Hist. Soc. 
Address, 1333 Arch St.. Phila. 

WILLIAM ROBERT McADAM, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 10, 1847. s. William Robert McAdam (Class 1837) and 
Hannah Robbins. Entered 1864. Mern. Philo. Lawyer. Address, 3267 
Sansom St., Phila. 

+JOHN ELMORE McCREARY, A. M. 

b. York Springs, Adams co., Penna., May 6, 1848 ; d. Cape May, N. J., 
Aug. 19, 1883. s. John Baxter McCreary and Rachel DeardorflF. Entered 
1864. Mem. Philo. Student for a short time in Med. Dept. Studied 
chemistry with Booth & Garrett, Phila. Engaged in the iron and coal 
business until ill health obliged him to abandon it. 

EDWARD STEWART MILES, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 5, 1845. s. Edward Hanis Miles and Hannah Cordelia 
Stewart. Entered 1863. Mem. Zelo. A. <f>. "Spoon-man" of Class 1867. 
Class Pres. of 1867 for some time. Address, 314 So. Broad St., Phila. 

t JAMES PEACOCK SIMS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 15, 1848 ; d. Phila., June 20, 1882. s. John Clarke Sims 
and Emeline Marion Clark. Entered 1864. »t>. K. 2. Honorable mention 
for Junior Latin prize. Class prophet. Architect. 

WILLIAM MOORE WHARTON, A. M. 

b. Naaman's Crk., Del., Aug. 25, 1848. s. Daniel Clark Wharton and 
Anne Wain Morgan. Entered 1864. A. <t>. Class orator. Commission 
mcht. until 1884, since then engaged in life ins. business, m. Ellen Clif- 
ton, dau. Henry Williams Wharton. See Wharton Family, Keith. Ad- 
dress, Ardmore, Montgomery co., Penna. 

CARL ADOLPH MAX WIEHLE', A. M. M. D., 1871. 

b. , 1846. s. Rev. John Gottlieb Wiehle and . Entered Soph. 

Class 1865. Mem. Philo. Physician. Lumber mcht.; builder; mfg. chemist; 

capitalist, m. , dau. Charles Psotta, Phila. Address, WiehlS, Fairfax 

CO., Va. 

ALEXANDER WOOD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 9, 1848. s. George Wood and Emma C. Henry. Entered 
1864. Mem. Philo. A. ^. Studied at Sorbonne, Paris, 1869, and at Univ., 
Berlin, 1870. Address, 1301 Walnut St., Phila. 

JAMES PURDON WRIGHT, A.M. 

b. Phila., June 28, 1847. s. George Alexander Wright and Emma 
Purdon. Entered 1864. ^. K. S. Banker in N. Y. City, 1868-71. Tea 
mcht. in China, 1871-73. Mfr. and mcht., Chicago, m. Mary Moore, dau. 
Charles Bartleson Rowley. Address, Balto., Md. 

tWILLIAM RUSSELL WRIGHT, A.M. 

b. Claremont, N. H., July 28, 1847 ; d. Clarksburg, W. Va., July 16, 
1892. s. Rev. Thomas Goddard Wright and Julia Anna Green. Entered 
Soph. Class 1865. Vice-Pres. and Pres. Zelo. Awarded Senior Gr. prize. 
Gr. Salutatorian. Was graduated at Crozer Theol. Sem., Chester, Penna., 
1871. Studied at Univ. Erlangen, 1871-72, and Univ. Leipzig, 1872-73. 
Bapt. clergyman, and pastor Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1873-78 ; Cohoes, N. Y., 
1878-83; Fort Ann, N. Y., 1883-90; Clarksburg, W. Va., 189(^92. Mem. 
Soc. Bib. Lit. and Exegesis, m. Alma Jane Boardman, Seneca Falls, N. Y. 



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CHARLES FREDERICK ZIEGLER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 25, 1849. s. Charles Ziegler and Catharine Ann Hgen. 
Entered 1864. Mem. Philo. Honorable mention for Fresh. Declam. prize. 
Law>'er and Notary Public. Direc. Pub. Sch., Phila., 1878-80. Mem. Hist. 
Soc.'Penna. Joint editor with Henry Budd, The University, 1869. m. 
Eloise, dau. Capt. John Somers, Camden, N. J. Address, 2102 DeLancey 
Place, Phila, 

Non-Graduates. 

t EDWIN JOHN BAKER. 

b. Phila., Mch. 19, 1848; d. Milford, Pike co., Penna., Apr. 19, 1886. 
s. Isaac Fraley Baker and. Anne Elizabeth Cornelius. Entered 1864, and left 
at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Awarded Fresh, and Soph. 
Declam. prizes. L,aw student. Assoc. Judge Pike co., Penna., i88k>-86. 
Chief Burgess Milford, Pikeco., Penna. m. Emily J., dau. Cyrus Crissman, 
Pike CO. , Penna. 

JOSEPH BARTLES. 

b. Flemington, N. J., July 7, 1847. s. Charles Bartles and Eliza Eaton 
Randall. Entered Junior Class as a partial student 1866, and left at the 
close of Junior year. Studied at Coll N. J., 1864-66. Glue mfr., 1873-83. 
Oil dealer, 1880-83. Mngr. Standard Oil Co., Winnipeg Branch, 1885-86, 
and same in St. Paul, Minn., 1886-88. Pres. Independent Oil Co., St. PauL 
m. . Address, 86 Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Bldg. , St. Paul, Minn. 

WILLIAM HENRY BENNETT, M. D., 1869. (A. M., Brown Univ., gratise causa, 

1884.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 17, 1843. «• Edward A. Bennett and Judith Burton 
Mustin. Entered Soph. Class 1865, and left at the close of first term Soph, 
year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Brown Univ., 1864-65. Physician. Resdt. 
Epis. Hosp. ; phys. St. Christopher's Hosp. ; and Children's Seashore Home, 
Atlantic City, N. J.; and Seaside Home for Invalid Women, Atlantic City, 
N.J. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1874. Mem. Pathol. Soc. Phila.; Phila. co. 
Med. Soc; Central Com. of Alumni. Address, 332 So. Fifteenth St., Phila. 

FREDERICK JOHN BOLLER (C. E., Renss. Poly. Instit, N. Y., 1869). 

b. Phila., Nov. 9, 1847. s. Henry John Boiler and Anna Margaretta 
Pancoast. Entered 1864, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
Studied at Royal Poly. Sch., Munich, Bavaria, 1869-70. Civil engineer, 
m. Annie Randall, dau. Heman Mills, Canajoharie, N. Y. Address, Equit- 
able Bldg., N. Y. City. 

t CHARLES CAMBLOS, JR. 

b. Phila., ; d. Phila., Mch. 31, 1887. s. Charles Camblos and . 

Entered 1864, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. A. *. 
Banker and broker, m. Lillian Conway. 

ROBERT NEILSON CLARK. 

b. Phila.. Mch. 5, 1848. s. Ephraim Clark and Emma Neilson. Entered 
1864, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. *. K. 2. Class 
Pres. Fresh, year. Mining engr., and served as such for fifteen years in 
Colorado with the Denver and Rio Grande R. R., and gen. mngr. Chr>-solite 
Smelting Co. Mem. Am. Instit. Mining Engrs. Corres. mem. Acad. Nat. 
Sci. Phila.; mem. Engrs. Soc. Western Penna. Has contributed many 
papers to scientific transactions and reports, m. Mary A., dau. Kirk A. 
Lewi.s, Pittsburgh, Penna. Address, Thirty -second and Smallman Sts., 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 

JOSEPH HORNOR COATES. 

b. Phila., Aug. 22, 1849. s. George Morrison Coates and Anna Troth. 
Entered 1864, and left at the close of first terra Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
Merchant. Mem. Hist. Soc, Penna. m. Elizabeth Gardner, dau. Joseph 
Collins Potts, Trenton, N. J. Address, Berwyn, Chester co., Penna. 



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tJOSEPH WILLS COOPER, JR. 

b. Cooper's Point, Camden, N. J., July 10, 1847 ; d. Cooper's Point, 
Camden, N. J., Mch. 24, 1868. s. Joseph Wills Cooper and Rebecca F. 
Champion. Entered Soph. Class as a partial student 1865, and died during 
his studentship. 

LEVI TAYLOR DICKSON. 

b. Phila., May 22, 1848. s. John Dickson and Elizabeth Janet Cock- 
bum. Entered Soph, class as a partial student, 1865, and left at the close of 
first term Soph. year. A. t. Lawyer. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Pres. 

Geneal. Soc. Penna. Mem. First Trp. Phila. City Cav. m. . Address, 

1301 Walnut St., Phila. 

THOMAS WILLARD DOUGLASS. 

b. Phila., June 27, 1850. s. Rev. Jacob Morgan Douglass and Ma^y 
Hall Willard. Entered 1864, and left at the close of third term Fresh, year. 
Engr. and assayer in Va., Col. and N. Y. City, 1880-86; since then mcht. 
m. Virginia Elmsley, dau. Charles Gordon Paleske. Address, 342 Nostrand 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

JAMES HUGH ELLIOT. 

b. Phila., May 18, 1847. s. Hugh Elliot and Mary Stuart Robinson, 
and gt. gd.-son Rev. Thomas Read, D. D. (Class 1766). Entered 1864, and 
left at the close of first term Junior year. Mem. Philo. A. I'. Bookseller. 
Farmer. Newspaper mngr. and editor. Mem. Del. Hist. Soc. One of the 
editors The National Grocer, and of Fame, both published in N. Y. City. 
m. Nina Alwillda Yeager, Del. cc, Penna. Address, "Tusculum," Wil- 
mington, Del. 

fADOLPHUS WILLIAM ELLIOTT. 

b. Newton Abbot, Devonshire, Eng., July 11, 1849; d. London, Eng., 
May -ijO, 1S79. s. William Elliott and Emeline Dunn. Entered 1864, and 
left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Banker, m. Laura J., dau. 
Hon. William S. Pierce, Phila. 

GEORGE SERGEANT GERHARD, M. D., 1870. 

b. Phila., Jan. 19, 1849. s. Benjamin Gerhard and Anna Sergeant. 
Entered 1864, and left at the close of Soph. year. A.-i'. Physician. Resdt. 
Penna. Hosp. Phys. to Orthopaedic Hosp., to Children's Hosp., and to 
Bryn Mawr Hosp. of which he was one of the founders. Pathologist to 
Presb. Hosp. and one of its out-door phys. Fell. Coll. Phys., Phila. Mem. 
Pathol. Soc. Phila.; Obstet. Soc. Phila. Has contributed various papers 
to the medical journals. Address, Ardmore, Montg. co., Penna. 

WALTER LIPPINCOTT. 

b. Phila., Mch. 21, 1849. s. Joshua Ballinger Lippincott and Josephine 
Craige. Entered 1864, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. 
Class Vice-Pres. Publisher, m. Elizabeth Trotter, dau. Sigismund Ploeckly 
Horstmann, Phila. See MunselVs Am. Ances., vol. iv. Address, 2101 
Walnut St., Phila. 

GEORGE DEARDORFF McCREARY. 

b, York Springs, Adams co., Penna., Sept. 28, 1846. s. John Baxter 
McCreary and Rachel DeardorflF. Entered 1864, and left at the beginning 
of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Clerk. Coal operator. Vice-Pres. Market 
St. Nat. Bank, Phila. Treas. City of Phila., 1892 to date. Trustee Jeff. Med. 
Coll., 1891 to date. Direc. Upper Lehigh Coal Co.; the Nescopec Coal Co.; 
the Pioneer Mining & Mfg. Co. of Alabama ; the Lochiel Furnace Co., and 
the Phila. Mortg. & Trust Co. Vice-Pres. Sanitarium Assn., Phila., and of 
the Franklin Reform. Home. Trustee Sunday Breakfast Assn. Mngr. 
Sheltering Arms, and Kensington Hosp. for Women. Mem. Com. of One 
Hundred, Phila. m. Kate Robbins, dau. William Howell, Phila. See 
Biog. Album of Prominent Pennsylvanians, third series. Campbell's 
Hist. Hiber. Soc, Phila. Address, loi So. Twenty-first St., Phila. 



264 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI^VANIA. [1868 

E0W3N WHITE MOORE (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1870. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1873). 

b. Butler co., Penna., Aug. 10, 1849. s. Rev. John Moore, D. D., and 
Ann Eliza White. Entered Soph. Class 1865, and left at the close of Junior 

year. Lawyer. City Solicitor Wichita, Kan. m. . Address, Wichita 

Kan. 

CHARLES BEYLARD NANCREOE, M. D., 1869. A. B., gratiae causa, 1893 (M. D. 
JeflF. Med. Coll., 1883). 

b. Phila., Dec. 30, 1847. s. Thomas Dixce Nancrede and Mary Eliza- 
beth Bull. Entered 1864, and left at the beginning of Junior year. Mem. 
Zelo. Physician. Resdt. Epis. Hosp. Surg, to Epis. Hosp.; St. Chris- 
topher's Hosp. ; Jeff. Med. Coll. Hosp. ; Catharine St. Dispen. ; Eye and Ear 
Dept., Phila. Dispen. Lecturer on Osteol, 1878-S1. Lecturer on Surg. Dart- 
mouth Med. Coll., N. H., and at Jeff. Med. Coll. Hosp. Prof. Surg. Univ. 
Mich., Ann Arbor, Mich., 1889 to date. Mem. Am. Surg. Assn.; Pathol. Soc. 
Phila.; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. Author of the articles "Injuries of the 
Head" in Internat. Encyc. Surgery-, and "Hemorrhage and Hemorrhoids" 
in Wood's Hand-book of the Med. Sci., and " Surgery of the Head" in 
Cyc. of Diseases of Children, and numerous papers on anatomical and 
pathological subjects, etc. m. Alice Howard, dau. Francis Dunnington, 
Balto., Md. See Atkinsofi. Address, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

+ ARUNDEL CUNEFEILD OSBORNE (M. D., Med. Coll. Va., Richmond, 1869). 

b. Richmond Terrace, Limerick, Ireland, Feb. 16, 1847 ; d. Phila., June 

21, 1874. s. John H. Osborne and Lj'dia Collins Wood. Entered 1864, and 

left at the close of Fresh, year. Student in Med. Dept., 1866-67. ^- *• 

Physician. Resdt. Med. Coll. Infirm., Richmond, Va., 1869-70. 

EDWARD PEPPER (M. D., Univ. Paris, 1877). 

b. Phila., Sept. 23, 1847. s. Edward Pepper and Sarah Cave. Entered 
1864, and left at the close of Soph. year. Z. ^?. He studied medicine for 
seven years at the Ecole de Medecine, Sorbonne, Paris, and was laureate at 
graduation. Phys., in Paris, France, until 1883, and in Menerville and 
Algiers, Algeria, for some years afterward. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1886; 
Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Author " L'Insomnie," his thesis to the Faculty 
of Med. at Paris; " La Malaria." m. Marie Anna DesbcEufs. Address, care 
of Drexel, Harjes & Cie, Paris, France. 

CHARLES EDWARD RONALDSON (M. E., Lehigh Univ., 1869). 

b. Pottsville, Penna., Oct. 3, 1846. s. Archibald Ronaldson and Ellen 
Jemima Ogilvie. Entered 1864, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Z. ^'. Studied at Phila. Poly. Coll., 1866-67. Mechan. engr., and 
connected with the Lehigh Valley R. R. Co. at Delano, Penna., 1869-74, 
and with U. S. agency for Siemens' patent metallurg. gas furnaces, 1874-87. 
Asst. to Major Hibbard, U. S. A., in completing the U. S. Immigration 
Depot, Ellis Id., N. Y. Harbor. Now the N. Y. representative of the Geo. 
V. Cresson Shafting Wks., Phila. Trustee Lehigh Univ., 1877-79. Mem. 
Am. Instit. Mining Engrs., Franklin lustit., Phila. Address, 136 Liberty 
St., N. Y. City. 

CHARLES HENRY SPENCER (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1868). 

b. Phila., Sept. i, 1849. s. Charles Spencer and Priscilla Smethurst. 
Entered 1864, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. A. <J>. 
Awarded medal for vSenior es.say in Cliosophic Soc, Coll. N. J., and for prize 
essay in N'assau Literary Ufaq-azitie. Mfr., 1868-83 ; since then commission 
mcht. in N. Y. City. m. Gertrude, dau. Charles Paulsen, Clarenceville, 
Queens Co., N. Y. Addre.ss, i Green St., N. Y. City. 

WILLIAM UHLER. 

b. Phila., Jan. r, 1849. s. William Millward Uhler, M. D. (Class 1839), 
and Martha Follansbee. Entered 1864, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Mem. Philo. Clerk. Address, 311 S. Fifteenth St., Phila. 



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1869. 

ROBERT ADAMS, JR., A. M. B. F., 1884. 

b. Phila., Feb. 26, 1849. s. Robert Adams and Matilda Maybiti Hart. 
Entered 1865. Moderator Philo. A, t. Awarded Fresh. Declam. prize. 
Class Pres. one year. Aide U. S. Geological Surv., 1871-75. Lawyer. 
State Senator, Penna., 1883-86. U. S. Minister to Brazil, S. A., 18S9-90. 
Pres. Wharton School Alumni Soc. Mem. Central Com. of Alumni ; Hist. 
Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; Soc. War of 1812. Connected 
•with the N. G. Penna. for fourteen years as Judge Advocate and Major, 
and on staff duty. Lieut. -Col. and A. D. C. on the staff of Governor Beaver, 
Penna., for one year. Author of contributions to periodical literature, 
beside orations and lectures. Address, 124 So. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

CEORGE POMEROY ALLEN, A. M. D. D., 1887. 

b. Phila., Jan. 9, 1845. s. John Brintenell Akley Allen and Elizabeth 
Pomeroy. Entered Soph. Class 1866. Moderator Philo. A. *. <l>. B. K. 
Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1872. P. E. clergyman, 
and rector Trinity Ch., Wobum, Mass., 1873-74; and St. Luke's, East 
Greenwich, R. I., 1874-79 ; and Trinity Ch., So. Bethlehem, Penna., 1880 to 
date. m. Elizabeth Marshall, dau. Rt. Rev. Mark Anthony de Wolfe Howe, 
D. D., LL. D. Address, So. Bethlehem, Northampton co., Penna. 
JOHN GRANT BAWN, A. M. 

b. Dromore, co. Down, Ireland, June 23, 1840. s. James Bawn and 
Mary McCullagh. Entered Soph. Class 1866. Mem. Philo. Studied at 
Univ. Lewisburg (now Bucknell), Penna., 1865-66. Was graduated at 
Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 187 1. P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Bar- 
nabas, Phila. m. Mary Holmes, dau. William South. Address, 248 W. 
Logan Sq., Phila. 
ELLIS YARNALL BROWN, A. M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 9, 1851. s. George T. Brown and Mary Yamall. Entered 
1865. Mem. Philo. <t>. B. K. Gr. Salutatorian. Clerk, m. Sarah E., dau. 
Ezra Willitts. Address, 227 So. Fourth St., Phila. 

WILLIAM HENRY BURNETT, A. M. 

b. near Pittsburgh, Penna., July 15, 1848. s. William Burnett and 
Isabella B. Anderson. Entered 1865, Mem. Philo. Studied at the Western 
Univ. of Penna., Allegheny, Penna. Lawyer. Address, 825 Preston St., 
Phila. 
JAMES HOPKINS CARPENTER, A. M. 

b. Woodbury, N. J., Nov. 18, 1849. s. Thomas Preston Carpenter and 
Rebecca Hopkins. Entered 1865. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Soc. Sons of Revo. See Keith. Address, 36 N. Second St., Camden, N. J. 

MASKELL EWING, A. M. . , ^ ,. ^ 

b. Alexandria, Va., Sept. 9, 1847. s. Maskell Ewmg and Cornelia Lans- 
dale. Entered 1865. Mem. Zelo. Z. ^. Engaged in life ins. business. 
m. Alice, dau. Rev. Edward Y. Buchanan, Phila. Address, Villa Nova, 
Del. CO., Penna. 
HENRY NEIDIG FEGLEY, A. M. 

b. New Hanover, Montg. co., Penna., . s. . Entered Soph. 

Class 1866. Mem. Philo. Luth. clergyman, and pastor Mechanicsburg, 

Penna. m. . Address, Mechanicsburg, Penna. 

ROBERT GRAHAM, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. i, 1841. s. James H. Graham and Sarah Jane Scott. 
Entered Soph. Class 1866. Mem. Philo. Awarded Senior Gr. prize. Was 
graduated at the Theol. Sem. Ref. Presb. Ch., Phila., 1871. Presb. clergy- 
man, and pastor New Castle, Penna., 1872-73 ; Christiana, Del., 1873-77; 
near Wilmington, Del., 1878-83 ; Hebron Memorial Ch., Phila., 1883 to date. 
m. Margaret Welsh, dau. Abraham Pierce Shannon, New Castle co., Del. 
Address, 2417 North College Ave., Phila. 




266 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1869 

EDWARD ROBINS GRANT, A.M. 

b. Phila., June 17, 1848. s. Samuel Grant and Cecelia B. Vezin. Entered 

1865. A. '^. Connected with the U. S. Internal Rev. Office, 1869-71 ; mfr. 
of illuminating gas, 1872-73 ; banker and broker in N. Y. City, 1873 to 
date. m. Rosaline Harrison, dau. Thomas Weaver James. Address, 57 
Broadway, N. Y. City. 

WILLIAM WELSH HARRISON, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 4, 1850. s. George Leib Harrison, LL. D., and Sarah 
Ann Waples. Entered Soph. Class 1866. Mem. Philo. Sugar refiner, m. 
Bertha Marie, dau. James Whyte. Address, Glenside, Montg. co., Penna. 

JOSEPH HOPKINSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 25, 1848. s. Oliver Hopkinson (Class 1832) and Elisa 
Swaim. Entered 1865. Awarded Fresh, and Soph. Declam. prizes. A. 'i'. 
Lawyer, m. Catharine Frances, dau. William M. Baird, Phila. See Keith. 
Address, 1302 Spruce St., -Phila. 

CHARLES PHILIP KRAUTH, A. M. 

b. Winchester, Va., May 22, 1849. s. Rev. Charles Porterfield Krauth, 
D. D., LL. D., Vice-Provost, and Susan Reynolds. Entered Junior year, 

1866. Studied at Penna. Coll., Gettysburg, Penna., 1864-66. Mem. Lin- 
naean Soc, Penna. Coll. Studied at Royal Saxon Sch. of Mines, Freiberg, 
1870-76. Supdt. Pullman's Palace Car Co., 1880-85; ^"^1 of Mann's Boudoir 
Car Co., 1885-86; and of Wagner Palace Car Co., 1886-88. Sec. McCon- 
way and Forley Co., iron mfrs., Pittsburgh, Penna., 18S8 to date. m. Isabel, 
dau. Henry Edward Wallace, Phila. Address, Forty-eighth St. and A. V. 
R. R., Pittsburgh, Penna. 

THOMAS REED LIST, A. M. 

b. Columbia, Penna., Sept. 5, 1844. s. John List and Kina Gunde 
Stucker. Entered 1865. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. 
Ch., Phila., 1872. P. E. clergyman, and rector St. Luke's, Chester, Penna., 
1872-75 ; and Ch. of the Redemption, Phila., 1875 to date. Musician, 6th 
U. S. Cav. Band, Oct., 1861 to Oct., 1864, when he was honorably discharged, 
m. Emma, dau. James P. Roatch. Address, 400 N. Twentj'-second St., Phila. 

HENRY JESSE MARIS, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 18, 1850. s. John M. Maris and Sarah Louisa Wain- 
wright. Entered 1865. Mem. Zelo. Mcht. m. Susan, dau. Robert Bryson. 
See Maris Family. Address, N. 'thirtieth St. cor. Hartwell Ave., Chestnut 
Hill, Phila. 

t FRANKLIN FISHER MAXFIELD. 

b. Phila., Dec. 10, 1849; d. Phila., Aug. 11, 1870. s. Joseph Maxfield 
and Williamina Fisher. Entered 1865. Mem. Philo. Honorable mention 
for Junior Phil, prize. Awarded Henrj- Reed prize. Valedictorian. Teacher ; 
and at the time of his death was preparing to study theology. 

EDWARD RITCHIE, A. M. (S. T. B., Gen. Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, 1883.) 

b. Phila., May 9, 1851. s. Arthur Ritchie and Mary Rhea Barton Hop- 
kins. Entered 1865. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Gen. Theol. Sem. 
P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1880. For a few years was engaged in mercantile 
business ; then a teacher. P. E. clergj-man. Address, Newtown, Penna. 

GEORGE HAY STUART, JR., A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 11, 1849. s. George Hay Stuart and Martha Kyle Deni- 
son. Entered 1865. Mem. Philo. *. K. 1. Engaged in mercantile busi- 
ness, 1870-84, since then in insurance business, m. H. B. S., dau. Edward 
S. Tobev, Boston, Mass. Address. Germantown Ave. near Chestnut Hill 
Ave., Chestnoit Hill, Phila. 



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RICHARD FRANCIS WOOD, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 15, 1850. s. Charles S. Wood and Juliana F. Randolph. 
Entered 1865. Moderator Philo. A. *. Lawyer. Has been an active 
officer Civil Service Ref. Assn. for a number of years, m. Mary Emlen, 
dau. Robert Wain Learning (Class 1844). See Mrs. Juliana R. Wood's 
Family Sketches. Address, 410 So. Fifteenth St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

ALBERT SYDNEY ASHMEAD, JR., M.D., 1869. 

b. Phila., Apr. 4, 1850. s. Albert Sydney Ashmead (Class 1843) and 
Elizabeth Graham. Entered 1865, and left during the third term Fresh, 
year. Mem. Philo. Physician, and practiced in Phila. three years, in Japan 
two years, in Kansas five years and since 1882 in N. Y. City. Med. Direc. 
City Govt. Hosp., Tokio, Japan, 1874-75. Mem. Med. Soc. N. Y. co. 
Major and A. D. C. on the staff of Maj.-Gen. Willis Brown, N. G. Kan- 
sas, 1879-S0. Published in Japan "Summer Notes to Japanese Mothers," 
and various papers in medical journals, m. ist, Florence Matthews, dau. 
David Fleming, Phila.; 2d, Isabella Marvin, dau. Christian Sylvester Wale, 
N. Y. City. Address, 45 Macdougal St., N. Y. City. 

WILLIAM BADGER, JR. 

b. Phila., . s. . Entered 1865, and left at the close of Fresh. 

year. 

JOHN HENRY DINGEE. 

b. Phila., Mch. 2, 1849. s. John Henry Dingee and Mary Stewart. 
Entered as a partial student 1865, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Banker and broker, m. Helen Roberts Massey. Address, Paoli, Chester 
CO., Penna. 

ROWLAND R. EVA. 

b. . s. Rev. Eva and . Entered 1865, and left at the close 

of Soph. year. 

fANTHONY TEISSEIRE FISHER. 

b. Torrisdale, Phila., Aug. 19, 1849; d. Washington, St. Landry Parish, 

La., ,1893. s. James Cowles Fisher and Mary Teisseire. Entered 1865, 

and left during the first term Fresh, year. A. 4>. Planter. 

WILLIAM F. GARRETT. 

b. Phila., . s. . Entered Soph. Class 1866, and left during 

Soph. year. Address, 308 So. Sixteenth St., Phila, 

ALBERT GALLATIN HEYL, M. D., 1870. 

b. Phila., Oct. 2, 1847. s. Francis Heyl and Catharine Reed. Entered 
Soph. Class 1866, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Studied 
at Univ. Vienna. Physician and ophthalmologist. Resdt. Epis. Hosp., 
1870-71. Ophthalmologist to Epis. Hosp. Autlior " Coloboma Lentis ; " 
"Diffusion Circles in Ametropia;" " Lipaemia Retinalis ; " "The Visual 
Axis;" "A Contribution to the Operative Treatment of Glaucoma," etc. 
See Atkinson. Address, 1535 Pine St., Phila. 

THEODORE CHRISTIAN KNAUFF. 

b. Phila., Aug. 8, 1847. s. Henry Knauff" and Sarah Ann Wilkinson. 
Entered 1865, and left at the close of Junior year. Student in Dept. Music 
for a short time. Organ builder, m. Louise Hunt, dau. William Pear- 
son. Address, Phila. 

HOWARD SPARHAWK KNEEDLER. 

b. Phila., June 16, 1848. s. Jesse Sellers Kneedler and Catharine Spar- 
hawk. Entered 1865, and left at the close of first term Senior year. 
Manufacturer, m. Mary Tilghman, dau. Hon. George Earle, Washington, 
D. C. Address, Summit St., Chestnut Hill, Phila. 



268 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1869 

GEORGE McCLELLAN (M. D.,JeflF. Med. Coll., 1870V 

b. Phila., Oct. 29, 1849. s. John Hill Brinton McClellan, M. D. (Class 
1841), and Maria Eldredge. Entered 1865, and left at the close of Junior 
year. Mem. Philo. Z. *. Physician. Surg. Phila. Hosp. and Howard 
Hosp. Lecturer on Anat, Penna. Acad. Fine Arts, Phila., 1890 to date. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1875. Author "Regional Anatomy, in its Relation 
to Medicine and Surgery," 2 vols.; etc. m. Harriet, dan. Robert H. Hare, 
Phila. See Rodman Family. Address, 1352 Spruce St., Phila. 

GEORGE KEMPTON REED (M.D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1874). 

b. Phila., Dec. 27, 1848. s. Jacob Reed and Martha Lackey. Entered 
Soph. Class 1866, and left at the close of the Senior year, but owing to criti- 
cisms of the Faculty in his Class History, his degree was refused. Class 
Pres. Class historian. Teacher; journalist ; physician ; merchant, m. Emily 
Eleanor, dan. John W. Kunkle, Kingston, Penna. Address, 920 Chestnut 
St., Phila. 

WILLIAM BOARDMAN REED, M. D., 1878. 

b. Scottsville, Monroe co., N. Y., Apr. 30, 1842. s. William Nairn Reed 
and Hylinda L. Harmon. Entered Junior Class 1867, and left during the 
first term Senior year. Awarded Junior Phil, prize. Studied at Beloit Coll., 
Wis., 1866-67. Journalist ; physician. Mem. Am. Med. Assn.; Pathol. Soc. 
Phila.; Obstet. Soc. Phila.; Am. Climatol. Soc. Private 2d Wis. Regt., U. S. 
Vols., 1861-63 ; Lieut, and Capt. 50th Wis. Regt., U. S. Vols., Apr., 1865, to 
Jvdy, 1866. Was wounded twice at the battle of Gainesville, Va., Aug., 
1862. Has been a frequent contributor to medical journals, m. Gertrude 
Redfield, dau. William Redfield Phelps. Address, Atlantic City, N. J. 

WILLARO MARTIN RICE, JR. 

b. Phila., Dec. 28, 1S49. s. Rev. Willard Martin Rice, D. D., and Eliza- 
beth McDowell. Entered 1865, and left at the close of Junior year. Student 
in Med. Dept., 1868-69 ^^^ '^^1^11- Pharmacist, m. Elizabeth, dau. Joseph 
Culbert. Address, 5102 Germantown Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

SAMUEL BEATTY STINSON. 

b. Phila., June 16, 1848. s. Thomas Stinson and Elizabeth Jardin. 
Entered 1865, and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. Carpet manu- 
facturer, m. Kate, dau. David P. Boyer. Addiess, 2018 Green St., Phila. 

BYRON H. WRIGHT. 

b. Phila., . s. . Entered 1865, and left at the close of Soph. 



year. 



1870. 



FRANCIS ENOCH BREWSTER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 17, 1852. s. Hon. Frederick Carroll Brewster, LL. D. 
(Class 1841), and Emma Barton. Entered 1866. Mem. Philo. Law3'er. 
Address, 206 W. Washington Sq. , Phila. 

JOHN MARIE CAMPBELL, A.M. 

b. Phila., May 30, 1850. s. Hon. James Campbell, Postmaster-Gen. in 
Pres. Pierce's Cabinet, and Emilie S. Chapron. Entered 1866. Lawyer. 
Surveyor Port of Phila., 18S5-89. Mem. Bd. Pub. Education Phila. since 
1874, and its Pres., 1890. Presidential Elector Penna. upon the Democratic 
electoral ticket, 1880. Del. to the Democratic Nat. Conventions of 1884 
and 1892. Pres. St. Joseph's Lyceum. Sec. Bd. Mngrs. St. Joseph's Orphan 
Asyl. Phila. Mem. Catholic Cong., Chicago, 1893. m. Frances D., dau. 
William Dohan, Phila. See Men of America, City Govt. Phila., Camp- 
bell's Hist. Hiber. Soc. Phila. Address, 215 So. Sixth St., Phila. 



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GEORGE MARTIN CHRISTIAN, A.M. (D. D., Nashotah Theol. Sem., Wis., 

1893.) 

b. Pottstown, Montg. co., Penna., Dec. i, 1848. s. Joseph M. Christian 
and Martha Ann Martin. Entered 1866. Moderator Philo. Awarded the 
Henry Reed prize. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min. St. James', Phila., and 
rector Memorial Ch. of the Holy Comforter, Phila., and Grace Ch., Newark, 
N. J. m. Martha Henry, dau. William Weir. Address, 960 Broad St., New- 
ark, N. J. 

fTHEODORE HERMAN ERNST. 

b. Lebanon, Penna., Feb. 5, 1847 ; d. Phila., Aug., 1870. s. Rev. 
William G. Ernst, D. D., and Susan Herman. Entered Soph. Class 1867. 
Mem. Philo. He was about to enter the Evan, Lutli. Theol, Sem., Phila., 
at the time of his death. 

HAROLD GOODWIN, A. M. LL. B., 1874. 

b. Brunswick, Me., Nov. 15, 1850. s. Rev. Daniel Raynes Goodwin, 
D. D., LL. D., Provost, and Mary Randall Merrick. Entered 1866. Mem, 
Philo. 4'. B. K. Awarded the Senior English prize, the Senior Gr. prize 
equally with Henry G. Ward, and the Alumni Senior Lat. prize. Gr, 
Salutatorian, Glue manufacturer. Lawyer, m, Julia Murray, dau, Alex- 
ander Murray Mcllvaine (Class 1832), Address, 3927 Locust St., Phila, 

WILLIAM WOODNUTT GRISCOM, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 6, 1851. s. John Denn Griscom, M, D., and Margaret 
Woodnutt Acton. Entered Senior Class 1869. Mem. Philo. Pres. Electro- 
Dynamic Co., Phila. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1881 ; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci.; 
Instit. Elect. Engrs.; Franklin Instit., Phila. m. Dora Ingham, dau. Rev, 
George Hale, D. D, See Keith. Address, Haverford Coll, P, O,, Penna, 

THEODORE LELAND HARRISON, B. S. 

b. Alexandroffsky, near St, Petersburg, Russia, 1849. s. Joseph Harri- 
son, Jr., and Sarah Poulterer. Entered 1866. m, Sarah Brooks, dau. John 
Stovell. Address, Rosemont, Montg. co., Penna, 

GEORGE KENELM HUNTER, AM, 

b. Phila., Dec, 3, 185 1. s, George W. Hunter and Susan Collins, 
Entered 1866. Salesman, m. Sophie, dau. William R. Kean, Address, 
4034 Sansom St., Phila. 

ROBERT MENDENHALL HUSTON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 12, 1852. s. Samuel Huston (Class 1840) and Sarah 
Sansom Perot. Entered 1866. Mem. Philo. *. K. 2. Manager, Asst, 
Engr. U. S. N. Address, Boston, Mass, 

CHARLES AUGUSTUS MARCH, A. M, 

b. Cheshire, Conn., Nov., 1848. s. Rev. Daniel March, D, D., and Jane 
Parker Gilson. Entered second term Soph, year, Jan., 1868, Mem. Philo. 
Studied at Amherst Coll., 1866-68. Stenographer in Chicago, 111., for seven 
years, and in U. S. Pension Bureau, Law Div., Washington, D. C, since 
1888. m. Eva May Rhodes, Hyattsville, Md, Address, Pension Bureau, 
Law Div., Washington, D. C. 

GEORGE FOX MARTIN, A. M. 

b. Phila. , Jan. 2, 1850. s. Robert Lanphier Martin and Adelaide West 
Nevins, Entered 1866. Mem. Philo. *. B. K. Class Pres. 1868 to date. 
Schoolmaster. Teacher Cheltenham Acad., 1873-74; Epis. Acad., 1874-81;. 
tutor, 1881-82 ; Principal Martin's Sch., 1882 to date. Mem. Central Com, 
of Alumni. Sec. Schoolmaster's Assn., 1886-87. m- Helen Patterson, dau.. 
John Holmes (Class 1834). Address, 3903 Locust St., Phila, 



270 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [187O 

ALEXANDER JAMES MILLER, A. M. 

b. Balto., Md., Sept. 27, 1849. s. Rev. Alfred Alexander Miller (Class 
1832) and Catharine Sarah Dubois. Entered Junior Class 1868. Moderator 
Philo. Awarded the Junior English prize. Was graduated at Berkeley Divan. 
Scb., P- E. Ch. , Middletown, Conn., 1S73. P- E. clergyman, asst. min. 
St. Peter's, Phila., and rector Asbury Park, N. J. m. Ella, dau. William 
P. Huddell, Phila. Address, Asbury Park, N. J. 

WILLIAM DELAWARE NEILSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 31, 1850. s. Thomas Neilson and Sarah Claypoole Lewis. 
Entered 1866. Mem. Zelo. A. ^. Awarded the Soph. Declam. prize 
equally with Charles R. Parvin. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. 
Address, 325 So. Twelfth St., Phila. 

FRANCIS FE'NELON ROWLAND, A. M. (M. D., JeflF. Med. Coll., 1873.) 

b. Media, Del. co., Penna., Sept. 14, 1847. s. Joseph Rowland, M. D., 
and Jane Eves. Entered second term Fresh, year Jan., 1867. <i>. K. 2. 
Studied at Lafayette Coll., Sept., 1866, to Jan., 1867. Physician, and 
attending phys. Del. co., Penna., Hosp. and Jail. m. Fanny M., dau. J. 
Weaver. Address, Pasadena, Los Angeles co. , Cal. 

HENRY GALBRAITH WARD, A. M. 

b. N. Y. City, Apr. 19, 1851. s. Rev. Henry Dana Ward, D. D., and 
Charlotte Galbraith. Entered 1866. Moderator Philo. <i>. B. K. Awarded 
Junior Phil, prize, and the Senior Gr. prize equally with Harold Goodwin. 
Lawyer. Vice-Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1874, anditsPres., 1875. ^i- Mabel, 
dau. Henry G. Marquand, N. Y. City. Address, 816 Madison Ave., N. Y, 
City. 

Non-Graduates. 

CHARLES DOUGLASS BARBER. 

b. Phila., Feb. 13, 1844; s. . Entered Soph. Class as a partial 

student 1867, and left during the Junior year. Mem. Philo. Studied at 
Trinity Coll., Conn., 1866-67. Address, Boston, Mass. 

FRANK LAURENT CLERC (C. E., Lehigh Univ., 1871). 

b. . s. Rev. Francis J. Clerc, D. D., and . Entered 1866, and 

left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Civil engineer. Mem. Am. 
Instit. Mining Engrs., 1887. m. . Address, Webb City, Mo. 

WILLIAM COLBERT COX, M. D., 1870. 

b. . s. Rev. Peter I. Cox and . Entered 1866, and left at the 

close of Soph. year. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp. 
Address, Easton, Penna. 

HUGH CRAIG, JR. 

b. Phila., . s. Hugh Craig and . Entered 1866, and left at the 

close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. A. ■¥. Merchant. 2d Lieut. First Trp. 
Phila. City Cav. Address, 191 7 Chestnut St., Phila. 

CHARLES WINSLOW DULLES, M. D., 1S75. 

b. Madras, India, Nov. 29, 1850. s. Rev. John Welsh Dulles, D. D. 
(Class 1842), and Harriet Lathrop Winslow. Entered 1866, and left at the 
close of first term Fresh, year. Awarded Alumni prize on graduation from 
Med. Dept. Physician. Instr. Med. Histor\', 1893 to date. Author "What to 
do first in Accidents or Poisonings." Editor Afed. and Sur^. Reporter, 
Phila., 1887 to date. Asst. Surg. 2d Regt. N. G. Penna., 1880-81. m. Mary, 
dau. James Bateman, Phila. See Allibone. Address, 4101 Walnut St., 
Phila. 



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FRANCIS GURNEY du PONT. ., t x 

b "Hao-ley," near Wilmington, Del., May 27, 1850. s. Alexis Iren^e 
du Pont (cTass 1835) and Joanna Smith. Entered 1866, and left at the 
beginning of second term Junior year. Mem. Zelo. <t'. K. 2. Manufacturer. 
Mem. Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. m. Elise W., dau. J. Hume Simons, M. D. 
Address, Wilmington, Del. 

t HENRY TREVOR ECKERT. .. ^ , _ „ t^ 

b phila., ; d. Phila., Sept. 16, 1870. s. George N. Eckert, M. D., 

and Emily Trevor. Entered 1866, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Mem. Philo. A. *. Student in Med. Dept. 
t JAMES COWLES FISHER, JR. , ^ . , , ^, ., .. 

b. Torrisdale, Phila., Oct. 29, 1850 ; d. Tomsdale, Phila., Nov. 16, 1871. 
s. James Cowles Fisher and Mary Teisseire. Entered 1866, and left at the 
close of Fresh, year. A. *. 

CHARLES FRY. ^ .., o n j ^ 

b. Phila.. Dec. 6, 1850. s. Joseph Reese Fry (Class 1830) and Cornelia 
Nevins Entered second term Fresh, year, and left at the close of finst term 
Senior year. Mem. Philo. A. ^. Lawyer. Clk. to Rear Admiral Sylvanus 
W. Goden, U. S. N., 1864-65. m. Maria D., dau. John Appleton Burnham. 
Address, 54 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

ALEXANDER HENRY (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1870. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1873). 

b Gtn Phila., Dec. 29, 1850. s. Thomas Charlton Henry (Class 1847) 
and Mary Elizabeth Jackson. Entered 1866. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. 
Princeton, N. J., 1874. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Hermon Presb. Ch., 
Frankford, Phila. m. Caroline Rosa, dau. Charies Pettit Bayard (Class 1826). 
Address, 4835 Frankford Ave., Phila. 

OSCAR LEEDOM, M.D., 1872. ^^ o 

b Plymouth Meeting, Montg. co., Penna., Dec. 28, 1850. s. Edwin L. 
Leedom and Susan A. Lukens. Entered 1866, and left during the first term 
Fresh, year. Physician. Mem. Montg. co., Penna., Med. Soc; Med. Soc. 
State Penna. Address, Plymouth Meeting, Montg. CO., Penna. 

BARTON LOWE, JR. „ . . r t 

b. Winslow, Camden co., N. J., Sept. 15, 1846. s. Isaac Lawson Lowe 
and Chariotte Weatherby . Entered 1 866, and left during the first term Fresh, 
year Engaged in real estate business until 1876 ; since then lawyer, m. 
Rose, dau. Gabriel Iszard Abbott. Address, Denver, Col. 

+ JAMES ARTHUR McAULEY, M. D., 1873. j „ t 

b. • d. Phila., July 7, 1892. s. Rev. A. G. McAuley and Mary J. 

. Entered 1866, and left during the Fresh, year. Physician. 

CHARLES BRASSINGTON MEE (A. B., St. Stephen's Coll. N. Y., 1883). 

b N Y City Nov. 16, 1845. s. Charles Martin Mee and Mary Eliza 
Jennings. Entered the Soph. Class as a partial student 1867, and left at the 
close of the Soph, year, having previously studied at St. Stephen s Coll., N. 
Y 1866-67, to which he returned in 1881. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman ; 
ass't. min. Trinity parish N. Y. City ; rector. Independence, Iowa. Address, 
Independence, Iowa. 
ARTHUR VINCENT MEIGS, M.D., 1871. ^ . ,. ^ ., w 1 

b Phila Nov. i, 1850. s. John Forsyth Meigs, M. D., and Ann Wil- 
cocks Ingersoll. Entered 1866, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo Physician. Resdt. Penna. PIosp.; attending phys. Penna. Hosp., 
1881 to date; and Children's Hosp. , 1879 to date; Southern Home for Destitute 
Children- consult, phys. Penna. Instit. for Bliud. Trustee, 1S90-93. Fell. 
Coll. Phys. Phila., 1875; Mem. Pathol. Soc. Phila.; Obstet. Soc. Pnila.; 
Phila. CO. Med. Soc. ; Assn. Am. Ptiys. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Published 
a monograph on "Milk Analysis and Infant Feeding, " and vanous papers in 
transactions of Coll. Phys. Phila. and of Phila. co. Med. Soc. m- Mary 
Roberts, dau. Edward Browning, Phila. See Ketik. Address, 1322 Walnut 
St., Phila. 



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tCHARLES ROCHESTER PARVIN, M. D., 1871. 

b. Rochester, N. Y., Mch. 23, 1850; d. Phila., June 3, 1871. s. Rev. 
Robert James Parvin and Adelaide Rapin Singer. Entered 1866, and left at 
the close of first term Junior year, 1868. Mem. Philo. Awarded the Fresh. 
Declam. prize, and the Soph. Declam. prize equally with William D. Neilson. 
Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp., 187 1. 

ROBERT MASKELL PATTERSON, A. B., gratife causa, 1886. 

b. Phila., May 28, 1851. s. Robert Patterson and Rebecca West Nevins. 
Entered 1866, and left at the close of second term Senior year. Mem. Philo. 
A. ■i'. Has held various occupations connected with railway engineering, 
principally on the Penna. R. R. m. Mary Gordon, dau. James H. Otey, 
M. D. Address, 22 Westview Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

FRANCIS CLIFFORD PHILLIPS, A. M., gratiae causa, 1879. Ph. D., 1893. 

b. Phila., Apr. 2, 1850. s. William S. Phillips and Frederica Ingersoll. 
Entered 1866, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. 4>. K. 2. 
Educator. Prof. Chem. and Geol. Western Univ. of Penna., Allegheny, 
Penna., 1875 to date. m. Sarah Oitnsby, dau. Ormsby Phillips, Allegheny, 
Penna. Address, 59 Sherman Ave., Allegheny, Penna. 

t GEORGE SHARSWOOD, JR. 

b. Phila., Oct. 7, 1850; d. Stonington, Conn., Apr. 7, 1881. s. Hon. 
George Sharswood, LL,. D. (Class 1828), Prof. Law Dept., and Mary V. 
Chambers. Entered 1866, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 
A. ■f. Lawyer. Mayor of Stonington, Conn. Author " A Table of Cases 
in the Reports of the State of Conn." m. Mrs. Jane Burnham Clark, dau. 
John A. Burnham. See Allibone. 

GEORGE DEACON WETHERILL. 

b. Phila., Oct. 26, 1847. s. Christopher Wetherill and Anna Wetherill. 
Entered as a partial student 1S66, and left during the first term Fresh, year. 
*. K. 2. Merchant, m. ist, Emma, dau. Samuel Booth, Balto., Md.; 2d, 
Marie Anne, dau. John J. Borland, Phila.; 3d, Ada Francesca Lambert^ 
Phila. Address, 323 So. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

GEORGE WHARTON. 

b. Phila., Aug. 29, 1850. s. George Mifflin Wharton (Class 1823) and 
Maria Markoe. Entered 1866, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mer- 
chant, m. Julia v., dau. William B. Duncan. See Wharton Family. 
Address, , N. Y. City. 

JAMES HIGH WOLFE (A. B. , Franklin and Marshall Coll., Penna., 1870. A. M., 
Franklin and Marshall ColL, 1873). 

b. Hilltown twp., Bucks co., Penna., Dec. 2, 1848. s. Samuel Wolfe 
and Margaret High. Entered Junior Class 1868, and left at the close of first 
term Junior year, Dec, 1868, having previously studied at Franklin and 
Marshall Coll., 1866, to July, 1868. He was assigned the Franklin oration 
upon graduation at Franklin and Marshall Coll., having held the second 
honor of his class. '!>. K. ■i^. Lawyer, m. Annie E., dau. Edwin K. Wam- 
bold, Phila. Address, 33 So. Third St., Phila. 

1871. 

GRIFFITH EVANS ABBOT, A. M. M. D., 1879. (Ph. D., Univ. Jena., 1875.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 7, 1S50. s. Charles Frederick Abbot and Elizabeth 
Evans. Entered 1867. Distinguished merit for graduation thesis in medi- 
cine. vStudied at Univ. Erlangen, 1871-73, and Univ. Leipzig, 1873-75, and 
Univ. Jena, 1875. Demstr. Pract. Chem., Med. Dept., 1S77-79, Physician. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1883. Mem. Chem. vSoc. Beriin, 1873; Acad. Nat. 
Sci. Phila., 1878; Phila. co. Med. Soc, 18S0 ; Am. Acad. Med., 1882; Med. 
Jurisp. Soc. Phila.; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci. m. Grace Lee, dau. Luther Potter 
Babb. Address, Bryn Mawr, Montg. co., Penna. 



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t NICHOLAS BIDDLE, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 17, 1850 ; d. Andalusia, Bucks co., Fenna., June 21, 1SG8. 
s. James S. Bidd'ie and Meta Craig. Entered 1867. Insurance broker, 
m. Eliza Irwin, dau. Richard B. Butler, Pittsburgh, Penna. See Descdts. 
demerit Biddle. 
LOUIS NAGLEE BRUNER, A. M. 

b. , Sept. 14, 1851. s. James P. Bruner and . Entered 1867. 

Mem. Philo. A. 'i. m. Louisa Claire, dau. Alexander McDonald, Baltc, 
Md. Address, P. O. Box 3608, N. Y. City. 
HERMAN BURGIN, A. M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1879.) 

b. Phila., May 24, 1850. s. George Horace Burgin, M. D., and 
Katharine A. Rex. Entered 1S67. Mem. Philo. Physician. Mem. Hist. 
Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo., and one of its founders ; hereditary- 
mem. N. J. State Soc. Cincinnati, and its asst. treas. and treas. ; asst. treas. 
Gen. Soc. Cincinnati, 1881-93. Asst. Surg. 2d Regt. N. G. Penna., 1885 to 
date. m. Elizabeth Wetherill, dau. Rev. John Livingston Janeway, D. D. 
Address, 76 W. Chelten Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

HAMPTON LAWRENCE CARSON, A. M. LL. B., 1874. 

b. Phila., Feb. 21, 1852. s. Joseph Carson, M.D. (Class 1826), Prof. 
Med. Dept., and Mary Hollingsworth. Entered 1867. Moderator Philo. 
Awarded the Fresh. Declam. prize equally with Herbert Welsh, the Soph. 
Declam. the Junior English and the Alumni Junior Declam. prizes. Class 
historian. He delivered the Master's oration. Lawyer. Mem. Com. of 
Censors, Law Assn. Phila.; Am. Phil. Soc. 1880; Hist. Soc. Penna., and 
its Rec. Sec. 1893 to date; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo; Central Com. of 
Almnni. Author "The Law of Criminal Conspiracy;" "History of the 
Supreme Court of the U. S.;" " History of the Constitutional Centennial 
Celebration of the Framing of the Constitution of the U. S.;" beside 
essays, addresses and orations. 'E.dSX.or Legal Gazette, m. Anna Lea, dau. 
John Remigius Baker (Class 1837). See Encyc. Am. Biog., vol. in; Con- 
temp. Biog. Pemia., vol. i. Address, 1033 Spruce St., Phila. 

CHARLES CARVER, A. M. LL. B., 1874. 

b. Phila., Apr. 24, 185 1. s. Jacob Carv'er and Emma Gale Buck. En- 
tered 1867. Mem. Zelo. A. 4>. Awarded the Henry Reed prize. Lawj-er. 
Mem. Penna. Soc. Sous of Revo. m. Emily L., dau. Samuel A. Allibone,. 
Phila. Address, 1816 Spruce St., Phila. 

WILLIAM GARDINER FREEDLEY, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 18, 185 1. s. John Kline Freedley and Pauline Fuller. 
Entered 1867. Moderator Philo. Engaged in quarrying marble. Mem, 
Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. m. Katharine Earl, dau. Solomon Conrad. Ad- 
dress, 210 So. Twenty-fourth St., Phila. 

CHARLES HENRY HOWELL, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 20, 1850. s. Arthur H. Howell and . Entered 

1867. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Address, . 

JOHN JAY JOYCE,* A. M. 

b. Guthrieville, Chester co., Penna., Nov. 20, 1848. s. William Reilly 
Blakeslee and Mary Malvina Joyce. Entered 1S67. Student in Theol. 
Dept. Yale Coll. for two years, and one }'ear in the post-graduate Dept. of 
same. P. E. clerg>-man, which he subsequently renounced to enter the R. 
C. Church. Lawyer, m. Mary Struthers, dau. Nathan Levering Jones, 
Roxborough, Phila. Address, Trenton, N. J. 

MARCELLUS KARCHER, A. M. 

b. Phila., June 15, 1850. s. Rev. Jeremiah Karcher and Elizabeth 
Heiss. Entered 1867. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. 
Ch., Phila., 1874. P. E. clergyman, and rector Marietta, Penna. m. Lucy, 
dau. Martin Griffin Stratton. Address, Marietta, Penna. 
* His surname Blakeslee was changed by decree of Court to that of his maternal grand- 
father. 

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274 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYI.VANIA . [iS?! 

NEWTON KEIM, A. M. 

b. , Sept. 8, 1857. s. Jacob Keim and . Entered the third 

term Fresh, year Apr. , 186S. Mem. Philo. Awarded the Junior Phil, and 
the Senior English prizes. Law>-er. m. . Address, N, 53d cor. Thomp- 
son Sts., Phila. 

MORRIS JAMES LEWIS, A. M. M. D. and Ph. D., 1874. 

b. Phila., Mch. 25, 1852. s. Saunders Lewis and Phoebe M. James. 
Entered 1867. Mem. Philo. Physician. Resdt. Penna. Hosp. Dispen. 
phys. Children's Hosp., and to Penna. Hosp.; asst. phys. Orthopaedic Hosp. 

Phys. to Epis. Hosp., 1881 , and to Children's Hosp., 1885 . Fell. 

Coll. Phys. Phila., 1877. Mem. Pathol. Soc. Phila.; Neurol. Soc. Phila.; 
Phila. CO. Med. Soc. Has been a frequent contributor to the medical journals, 
ra. Maria, dau. William Heyward Drayton, Phila. Address, 1316 Locust 
St., Phila. 

ROBERT STEEN MARTIN, A. M. LL. B., 1878. 

b. Phila., Mch. 12, 185 1. s. James Steen Martin and . Entered 

1867. Lawyer. Address, 3222 Chestnut St., Phila. 

LOUIS CONRAD MASSEY, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 23, 1852. s. Lambert R. Massey and Elizabeth Conrad. 
Entered 1867. Pres. Zelo. Valedictorian. Lawyer. Appointed June 24, 
1887, by Gov. Fleming, of Florida, a mem. of a comn. to re\-ise, simplify, 
arrange and consolidate the Statutes of Fla. m. Juliette Bradford, dau. 
Horn Riley Kneass (Class 1830). Address, Orlando, Fla. 

EVERARD PATTERSON MILLER, A.M. (B. D., Epis. Theol. Sch., Cambridge, 
Mass., 1874.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 12, 1852. s. Rev. Daniel Sutter Miller, D. D., and Jane 
Patterson Homer. Entered 1867. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman, and asst. 
tnin. St. John's, Elizabeth, N. J., 1874-75 ; rector Grace Ch., Honesdale, 
Penna., 1875-79, ^^^ St. Peter's, Perth Amboy, N. J., 1879-93. Sec. of 
Archdeaconry of New Brunswick Diocese N. J., 1883-93. Has published 
some sermons, m. Sophie D., dau. Warren Hastings, N. Y. City. Address, 
Perth Amboy, N. J. 

WILLIAM RHOADS MURPHY, A.M. 

b. Mauch Chunk, Penna., June 14, 1851. s. Thomas Charles Murphy 
and Emily Rhoads. Entered 1867. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Anna 
Elizabeth, dau. Samuel Cummings. Address, Phoenixville, Chester co., 
Penna. 

ROBERT HENRY NEILSON, A.M. 

b. Phila., Apr. 28, 1852. s. Thomas Neilson and Sarah Claypoole Lewis. 
Entered Soph. Class 1868. Mem. Zelo. Lawyer. Mem. Central Com. of 
Alumni, m. Emily Souder, dau. James Mifflin Linnard (Class i860). Ad- 
dress, 215 So. Fifth St., Phila. 

f WILLIAM PEPPER NORRIS, A.M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 1852 ; d. Phila., Nov. 14, 1876. s. Isaac Norris (Class 
1 821) and Mary Pepper. Entered 1867. Mem. Philo. Z. i'. Lawyer, m. 
Laura, dau. Charles Camblos, Phila. See Keith. 

JOHN BINGHAM ROBERTS. A.M. (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1874.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 29, 1852. s. Caleb Cresson Roberts and Helen S. Bing- 
ham. Entered 1867. Mem. Zelo. Physician. Phys. JeflF. Med. Coll. Hosp., 
1877-78. Lecturer Phila. Sch. Anat., 1878-82 ; Prof. Anat. and Surg. Phila. 
Polyclinic and Coll. for Graduates in Med., 18S2 to date ; Surg. St. Mary's 
Hosp., 1883 to date ; Surg. Outwards Penna. Hosp., 1884-87 ; Consult. Surg. 
Jewish Hosp., 1887 to date. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1878. Mem. Phila. co. 
Med. Soc, 1876, and its Vice-Pres., 1882 ; Mutual Aid Assn. Phila. co. Med. 
Soc, 1881, and its Vice-Pres., 1882-83 ; Phila. Acad. Surger>', 1879, and its 



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Recorder, 1880-82 ; Pathol. Soc., Phila., 1876, and its Vice-Pres. , 1882 ; Am. 
Surg. Assn., 1882; Am. Med. Assn., 1880; Med. Soc. State Penna.; Phila. 
Clinical Soc, 1884, and its Pres., 1886; Am. Acad. Med.; Am. Pub. Health 
Assn., 1886; Med. Jurisp. Soc. Phila. Author "Paracentesis of the Peri- 
cardium ;" "The Compend of Anatomy;" "Surgical Delusions and Follies ;" 
"Operative Surgery of the Human Brain;" "The Localization of Peri- 
nephritic Abscesses;" "The Principles and Practice of Modern Surgery;" 
Am. editor "Bryant's System of Surgery, " etc. m. Anna H., dau. Solomon 
W. Roberts, C. E., Phila. See Atkinson, Allibone. Address, 1627 Wal- 
nut St., Phila. 

FRANK SMYTH, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 9, 1853. s. Samuel Smyth and . Entered 1867. 

A. *. Stock-broker. Address, 305 Chestnut St., Phila. 

ALBAN SPOONER, A.M. 

b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1849. s. Rev. John Allen Spooner and 
Susanna Storer. Entered Soph. Class 1868. Teacher until June, 1875 ; 
since then in mercantile business, m. Kate, dau. Rev. B. B. Griswold, 
D. D., Balto., Md. Address, Beverly, N.J. 

WILLIAM BIGLER STOEVER, A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 31, 1852. s. William Harrison Stoever and Annie Mar- 
garet Frederick. Entered 1867. Clk. in banking house of Drexel & Co., 
Phila., since 1871. m. Jeanie Holmes, dau. Edward Lewis Royal. Ad- 
dress, 4481 Germantown Ave., Phila. 

fWILLIAM WHARTON THURSTON, A.M. 

b. Bayside, L. L, N. Y., Apr. 25, 1852 ; d. London, Eng., May 12, 1890. 
s. Joseph Delaplaine Thurston and Mary Wharton. Entered second term 
Soph, year Jan., 1869. Iron manufacturer. Pres. Bethlehem (Penna.) Iron 
Co.; and of Georgetown & Western R. R. Co., S. C; Chmn. Juragua Iron 
Co., Santiago de Cuba, W. I., etc. m. ist, Ellen Marion, dau. Prof. Henry 
Coppee, LL. D., Lehigh Univ., Penna.; 2d, Louise Nina, dau. Prof. Edward 
Coppee Mitchell, LL. D. (Class 1855). See Rodman Family. 

JAMES PRICE TOWNSEND, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 3, 1851. s. Joseph Brevitt Townsend and Adaline Eliza 
Baker. Entered 1867. 4>. K. 2. *. B. K. Awarded Junior and Senior Gr. 
prizes. Gr. Salutatorian. Lawyer. Address, Overbrook, Montg. co., Penna. 

HERBERT WELSH, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 4, 1851. s. Hon. John Welsh, LL. D., U. S. Minister to 
Court of St. James, and Mary Lowber. Entered 1867. Awarded Fresh. 
Declam. prize equally with Hampton L. Carson. Moderator Philo. <t>. B. K. 
"Spoon-man" of Class. Artist until 1882; since then has been engaged 
in investigations among the Indian tribes of North America, and work in 
behalf of their civilization. Candidate on the Independent ticket for Penna. 
Legis., 1892. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1884. Author " Six Weeks Among 
the Sioux Tribes, etc.;" "A Visit to the Navajo's and Moguls of New 
Mexico and Arizona, " beside other ^Indian pamphlets and addresses, m. 
Fanny, dau. Robert Frazer, Phila. See Autobiog. Charles Biddle. Ad- 
dress, Hancock near Coulter Sts., Gtn., Phila. 

t BENJAMIN HORNOR YARNALL, A.M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 21, 1852 ; d. Phila., Aug. 24, 1882. s. William Yamall 
and Elizabeth Moore Massey. Entered 1867. Mem. Philo. Civil engineer. 

Non-Graduates. 

FREDERICK HAMLIN ANDREWS. 

b. , Jan. II, 185 1, s. Alexander J. Andrews and • Entered 

1867, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 



2^6 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. L187I 

MEREDITH BAILEY. ^ . , ^ , 

b. Phila., Mch. 11, 1850. s. . Entered as a partial student 1867, 

and left during the Soph. year. *. K. 2. Stock-broker. Address, 2126 
De Lancey Place, Phila. 
RICHARD LOPER BAIRD, LL. B., 1875. (C. E., Phila. Poly. Coll., 1870.) 

b. Phila., Dec. 4, 1850. s. William Mercer Baird and Susan I. Cooper. 
Entered Sci. course 1867, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Lawyer. 
Acting Dep. Collector U. S. Custom House, Phila., Jan. to Aug., 1889, and 
mem. and Sec. Bd. Examiners of classified customs service during the same 
period, m. Elizabeth Borden, dau. Oliver Hopkinson (Class 1832). Address, 
Bordentown, N. J. 

tWILLIAM GOODRICH BIRNEY. 

b. Phila., Sept. 3, 1852 ; d. Phila., Mch. 31, 18S8. s. Gen. David Bell 
Bimey, U. S. Vols., and Agatha McDowell. Entered as a partial student 
1867, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Class Pres. *. K. 2. m. Josephine, 
dau. James C. Young. 
THOMAS STUART BRADFORD (M. D., JeflF. Med. Coll., 1871). 

b. Augusta, Ky., Nov. 24, 1848. s. Johnson Bradford and Mane Louisa 
Stuart. Entered as a partial student 1867, and left at the close of first term 
Fresh, year. Physician, m. Margaret Preston, dau. William C. Marshall. 
Address, Augusta, Ky. 

f CHARLES MARiM CARROW. 

b. Pottsville, Penna., Apr. i, 1853 ; d. St. Louis, Mo., May 19, 1879, m 
consequence of an injury caused by the fall of his horse while on duty 
at Fort A. Lincoln, Dakota, s. Rev. Goldsmith D. Carrow and Eliza Jane 
Thompson. Entered 1S67, and left during the Soph. year. Studied at 
Wesleyan Univ., Conn., 1868-69. Was graduated at U. S. Mil. Acad., West 
Point, 1878. Soldier. Flag Sergt. of the Cadet Corps, West Point. 2d 
Lieut. 7th U. S. Cav. 

THOMAS EARL COLLINS. 

b. Phila., July 3, 1849. s. Isaac Collins and Elizabeth B. K. Earl. 
Entered 1867, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. Has been 
engaged in mercantile and mfg. business in Phila.; a short time in the 
mining sections of Col.; since then a draughtsman in the Baldwin Loco. 
Wks., Phila. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. See Keith. Address, 1225 Spruce 
St., Phila. 

THOMAS WILLIAM DAVIDSON. . 

b. Manchester, Eng., Nov. 9, 1843. s. Thomas Davidson and Elizabeth 
West.' Entered 1867, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Was graduated 
at Di\nn. Sch. P. E. Ch., Phila., 1S71. P. E. clerg>-man, and rector mission 
of St. John the Divine, Phila. Private 114th Penna. Regt. U. S. Vols., Aug., 
1862, to May, 1865. m. Frances Emily, dau. Isaac Marple Davis, Plj-mouth, 
Mon'tg. CO., Penna. Address, 2125 W. Dauphin St., Phila. 

THEODORE WYLIE FAIRES. ^ ^ 

b. Phila., Oct. 31, 1S5X. s. Rev. John Wylie Faires, D. D. (Class 1831), 
and Elizabeth McKinley. Entered 1867, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Manufacturer. Address, 245 So. Thirteenth St., Phila. 

EUGENE BRACEY FITLER. 

b. Phila., Nov. 10, 1850. s. Theodore F. Fitler and . Entered as a 

partial student 1867, and left during the Soph. year. 

CHARLES GRANT GARRISON, M. D., 1S72. 

b. Swedesboro, N. J., Aug. 3, 1849. s. Rev. Joseph Fithian Garrison, 
D. D., and Elizabeth Vanarsdale Grant. Entered 1S67, and left at the close 
of Soph. year. Student in Law Dept., 1877. Physician until 1S76. Law>-er. 
Justice Sup. Ct. N. J., 1887, and still holding office. Judge Advocate Gen. 
N. G. N. J., 1883-87. m. Anna H., dau. Richard R. Miller. Address, 106 
Market St.', Camden, N. J. 



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CRAIG HEBERTON. 

b. Phila., Aug. 30, 1852. s. George Craig Heberton, M. D., atid Sarah 
Van Syckel. Entered Soph. Class as a partial student 1868, and received a 
certif. of proficiency June, 1871. Mem. Philo. A. ^. Stock -broker. Mem. 
Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Harriet S., dau. William S. Crothers, Phila. 
Address, 201 8 Walnut St., Phila. 

i- FRANCIS LEE HOWELL. 

b. Camden, N. J., May 20, 1849; d. Camden, N. J., Aug. i, 1872. s. 
Richard W. Howell and Mary Tonkin Carpenter. Entered as a partial 
student 1867, and left during the Junior year. Machinist. 

GEORGE RANDOLPH JUSTICE. 

b. Phila., June 15, 185 1. s. George Justice and . Entered as a 

partial student 1867, and received a certif. of proficiency June, 1871. A. i'. 
Address, 12 11 Walnut St., Phila. 

ROBERT WHITMAN LESLEY. 

b. Phila., July 3, 1853. s. James Lesley, Jr., and Elizabeth Thomson. 

Entered 1867, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Journalist. Importer, 

mfr. and dealer in cement and bldg. material. Lawyer, and asst. reporter 

Penna. State Reports, 1878-80. m. EulaUa, dau. James M. Willcox, Ph. D. 

■ Address, 312 So. Fifteenth St., Phila. 

CHARLES MORTON LEX."" 

b. Phila., Oct. 19, 185 1. s. Charles Edwin Lex (Class 1831) and Mary 
M. Casey. Entered 1867, and left at the beginning of second term Senior 
year. Pres. Zelo. A. <i>. Machinist and draughtsman until 1876 ; since 
1878 lawyer, m. Susan M., dau. Winthrop Cunningham. Address, 217 St. 
Mark's Sq., Phila. 

HENRY McKEEN. 

b. Phila., Jan. 3, 1852. s. Thomas McKeen and Sally J. McCoy. 
Entered as a partial student 1867, and left during the Soph. year. Manu- 
facturer, m. Mary E., dau. Hon. Henry D. Maxwell, Easton, Penna. 
Address, Easton, Penna. 

JAMES CALCOTT PRATT. 

b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 28, 1846. s. Adam Scott Pratt and Sophia 
Philip. Entered Soph. Class 1868, and left during the Junior year. Was 
graduated at Theol. Sem. P. E. Ch., Alexandria, Va., 1873. Ref. Epis. 
clergyman in Col., 1874-83 ; since then a real estate and ins. agt. and nat. 
bank atty., Washington, D. C. m. Margaret Stewart, dau. Robert M. 
Johnston. Address, 1223 O St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

ALAN HOWARD REED. 

b. Phila., May 8, 1851. s. Jacob Reed and Martha Lackey. Entered 
as a partial student 1867, and left at the close of Junior year. Mem. Philo. 
Bookkeeper, 1871-72 ; journalist, 1872-75 ; mcht., 1875 to date. Mem. Hist. 
Soc. Penna. m. Caroline B. Solomon, West Freehold, N. J. Address, 920 
Chestnut St., Phila. 

ALFRED KENT ROBINSON. 

b. . s. . Entered as a partial student 1867, and left during the 

Fresh, year. Engaged in real estate business. Address, 191 1 Park Ave., 
Phila. 

JAMES REGINALD SHIRLEY. 

b. . Mch. 19, 1853. s. Capt. Paul Shirley, U. S. N., and . 

Entered Soph. Class as a partial student 1868, and received a certif. of pro- 
ficiency, June, 1 87 1. Journalist. Address, 35 Charles St., N. Y. City. 

* Since the death of his father, known as Charles Edwin Lea:. 



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JOSEPH EMLEN SMITH. 

b. Phila., Nov. 24, 1848. s. Joseph Pancoast Smith and Mary Emlen 
Cresson. Entered as a partial student 1867, and left during the Soph. year. 
Address, 1923 Spruce St., Phila. 

EDWARD ROBERTS STONE (M. D., Jeff. Med. Coll., 1872). 

b. Phila., July 4, 1851. s. Charles Henry Stone and Sarah Maria Rob- 
erts. Entered 1867, and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. Physician. 
Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc. m. Virginia, dau. Washington Lafayette Gilroy. 
Address, 1539 N. Nineteenth St., Phila. 

HENRY JAMES WORRELL. 

b. Phila., June 2, 185 1. s. James Corry Worrell (Class 1837) and Emily 
Sophia Smith. Entered as a partial student 1867, and left during the Soph, 
year. A. <1>. Address, 117 So. Nineteenth St., Phila. 

1872. 

JAMES IVERSON BOSWELL, A. M. 

b. Evansburg, Penna., Jan. 9, 1852. s. William Laws Boswell (Class 
1848) and Fannie Louisa Thomas. Entered 1868. Student in Theol. Dept. 
Boston Univ., 1872-74. M. E. clergyman until 1881 ; since then has been a 
fruit-grower in Florida, m. Elizabeth A. Stump, Perry Pt., Cecil co., Md. 
Address, Fruitland Park, Fla. 

HORACE CASTLE, A. M. LL. B., 1875. 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1852. s. James Howard Castle and Phoebe Ann Dick. 
Entered 1868. A. ■^. Awarded Soph, and Junior Latin prizes, Junior Eng- 
lish prize and honorable mention for Junior Phil, prize, and Senior Gr. 
prize equally with Samuel H. Thomas. Class poet. Gr. Salutatorian. Law- 
yer. Address, 1338 Walnut St., Phila. 

LOUIS MOORE CHILDS, B. S. 

b. Norristown, Penna., Aug. 19, 1852. s. Jacob Childs and Lydia Foss. 
Entered Soph. Class, Sci. Dept., 1869. Lawyer, m. Alice Grace, dau. Norris 
Hibberd. Address, Norristown, Penna. 

RICHARD COLEGATE DALE, A. M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 29, 1853. s. Richard Colegate Dale and Elizabeth Ma- 
tilda Woodruff. Entered 1868. Honorable mention for Soph. Latin prize, 
and awarded Senior English prize. Moderator Philo. -l'. B. K. Lawyer. 
Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1877. m. Maida, dau. Robert Wade, Sheffield, 
Eng. Address, 1805 Pine St., Phila. 

CHARLES WADSWORTH DUFFIELD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 18, 1849. s. Col. Thomas Wilmerton Duffield, Jr. (Class 
1832), and Emma Laetitia Buckus. Entered 1868. Class Pres. Fresh, year. 
Was graduated at Berkeley Divin. Sch., Middletown, Conn., 1875. P. E. 
clergyman, and rector, Ware, Mass. m. Sarah E., dau. Charles Angier 
Maynard. Address, Ware, Mass. 

JAMES STERLING FENTON, JR., A. M. (B. D., Gen. Theol. Sem., P. E. Ch., 
N. Y. City, 1882.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 27, 1853. s. James Sterling Fenton (Class 1844) and 
Frances Josephine Ashbunier. Entered 1868. Mem. Philo. Studied at 
Provincial R. C. Sem., Troy, N. Y. Lawyer until 1879. P. E. clergyman, 
which he renounced in 1885 to enter the ministr>; of the R. C. Ch. Rector 
St. Sylvia's R. C. Ch., Tivoli, N. Y. Address, Tivoli, N. Y. 

ROBERT PATTERSON FIELD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 19, 1850. s. Samuel Field and Mary Gray Patterson. 
Entered 1868. Mem. Philo. A.*. Civil, mining and sanitary engr. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1890. m. May P., dau. Rev. Henry Clay Trumbull, D. D., 
Phila. Address, 218 So. Forty-second St., Phila. 



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t EDWIN FINNEY FULTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., May 16, 1846; d. Gap, Lancaster co., Penna., Dec. 7, 1876. 

s. William H. Fulton and . Entered 1868. Presb. clergyman, and 

pastor Bellevue Presb. Ch., Gap, Lancaster cc, Penna., Nov., 1875, to Dec, 
1876. m. . 

HOOD GILPIN, A.M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 19, 1853. s. Charles Gilpin and Sarah Hamilton Hood. 
Entered 1868. Pres. Zelo. Lawyer. Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty., E. D. Penna., 
Nov., 1875, to Jan., 1885. Direc. Pub. Sch. 8th Ward, Phila. m. Emily Olivia, 
dau. Oliver Hopkinson (Class 1832). Address, 260 So. Fifteenth St., Phila. 

fCHARLES BLOOMFIELD GOLDSBOROUGH, A. M. M.D., 1876. 

b. Elkton, Cecil co., Md., Dec. 10, 1850; d. New Orleans, La., Jan. 5, 
1890. s. Rev. Robert Lloyd Goldsborough and Fanny Miller. Entered 
1868. Class Pres. Soph. year. Mem. Philo. Awarded prize for medical 
thesis at graduation, and Gold Medal for best dissecting record. Teacher 
Epis. Acad., Phila., 1872-74; Resdt. Phys. Epis. Hosp.; Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Marine Hosp. Service, 1877-80 ; Passed Asst. Surg., 1880-86 ; Surg., 1886-90. 
Stationed successively in Washington, Balto., Mobile, Chicago and New 
Orleans. Mem. Pathol Soc. Phila.; Mobile co. Med. See; Clinical Soc. 
Balto., Md.; Am. Med. Assn. m. Eleonora Goldsborough, dau. Rev. John 
Winter, D. D., Talbot co., Md. See Hanson. 

CHARLES ELVIN HAUPT, A. M. 

b. Harrisburg, Penna., Oct. 6, 1852. s. Lewis L. Haupt and Louisa 
Caroline Keller. Entered 1868. Mem. Zelo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. 
Evan. Luth. Ch., Phila., 1875. Luth. clergyman, and pastor, Lancaster, 
Penna. Published "Stories from Bible History." m. Mary Martha, dau. 
John Geissinger, Huntingdon co., Penna. Address, 21 E. James St., Lan- 
caster, Penna. 

EMILE GUSTAVUS HIRSCH, A.M. (Ph. D., Univ. Berlin, 1875.) 

b. Phila., May 22, 1851. s. Rev. Samuel Hirsch, D.D. , and Louise Michel. 
Entered 1868. Rabbi. Has officiated in Balto., Md., Louisville, Ky., and 
now in Chicago, m. Tillie, dau. Rev. David Einhorn, D. D., N. Y. City. 
Address, Chicago, 111. 

EDWARD HOPKINSON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 11, 1850. s. Oliver Hopkinson (Class 1832) and Eliza 
Swaim. Entered 1868. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Abbie Woodruff, dau. 
Richard Colegate Dale, Phila. See Keith. Address, 1424 Spruce St., Phila. 

WILLIAM PEROT HUSTON, A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 2, 1854. s. Samuel Huston (Class 1840) and Sarah San- 
som Perot. Entered Senior Class 1871. Z. ^. Studied at Haverford Coll., 
Penna., 1869-71. Investment broker, m. Caroline, dau. William Bettle, 
Oakland, N. J. Address, Frank cor. Sherman Sts., Gtn., Phila. 

SUTHERLAND LAW, A.M. 

b. Phila., June 19, 1853. s. Edward Ellenborough Law and Mary 

Cooper. Entered 1868. A. *. Civil engineer. Address, 12 12 Walnut St., 
Phila. 

LOUIS KALBFUS LEWIS, A.M. 

b. Phila., July 8, 1851. s. Silas Weir Lewis and Caroline Amanda 
Kalbfus. Entered 1868. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Divin. Sch. P. E. 
Ch., Phila., 1875. P. E. clergyman. Sec. and Librarian Athenaeum, Phila. 
m. Amy, dau. F. Mortimer Lewis, Phila. Address, High near Morton Sts., 
Gtn., Phila. 



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WILLIAM MONTGOMERY MEIGS, A. M. M. D., 1875. 

b. Phila., Aug. 12, 1852. s. John Forsyth Meigs, M. D., and Ann Wil- 
cocks Ingersoll. Entered 186S. Mem. Philo. "Spoon-man" of Class. 
Honorable mention for medical thesis at graduation. Lawyer. Mem. Hist. 
Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Author " Life of Josiah Meigs." 
See Keith. Address, 120S Walnut St., Phila. 

ADOLPH HENRY MEYER, A.M. 

b. Hedersleben, Prussia, Jan. 21, 1851. s. Frederick Meyer and Amelia 
Boesel. Entered 1868. Lawyer, m. Isabelle, dau. John Keyser. Address, 
Norristown, Penna. 

HOWARD MURPHY, B.S. M.S., 1875. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 185 1. s. James Murphy and Susan Bispham Roe. 
Entered Soph. Class, Sci. Dept., 1869. Mem. Philo. Civil engineer. 
Hydraulic engr. City Hall, Phila., etc. Mem. State Bd. Health Penna. 
Contributor to scientific journals, m. Anita, dau. Grayson Mallet-Prevost, 
M. D. (Class 1842). Address, 2218 Trinity Place, Phila. 

JAMES MONROE MURRAY, A.M. M. D., 1876. 

b. , July 25, 1852. s. James Murray and . Entered 1868. 

Mem. Philo. Z. ^. Awarded prize at graduation in medicine. Physician. 
Asst. Surg. U. S. N. Address, . 

HARRY WALSTANE NANCREDE, A. M. 

b. Phila., July 26, 1852. s. Thomas Dixce Nancrede and Mary Bull. 
Entered 1868. Mem. Philo. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min. St. Mark's, 
Phila.. 1876-77, and Ch. Transfiguration, N. Y. City, 1878; Chaplain to St. 
John Baptist House, N. Y. City, and to St. Andrew's Convalescent Hosp., 

N. Y., 1886 . Edited a small collection of hymns for use in Holy Cross 

Mission ; set to music the office of Holy Communion, and composed an 
Easter Carol. m. Emily Kearney, dau. John Kearney Rodgers, M. D. 
Address, 41 East Nineteenth St., N. Y. City. 

f WILLIAM PARKER NEWLIN, JR., A.M. 

b. Phila., May 12, 1851 ; d. Phila., Oct. 14, 1887. s. William Parker 
Newlin and Elizabeth Michler Wagener. Entered 1S68. A. <J>. Lawyer. 

f HENRY CHARLES OLMSTED, A. M. LL. B., 1874. 

b. Phila., Jan. ir, 1853 ; d. Phila., Feb. 13, 1893. s. Edward Olmsted and 
Catharine Ann Nisbet. Entered 1868. Pres. and Regent Zelo. Class Pres., 
1871-93. A. *. Lawyer. Chief and real estate Deputy Sheriff Phila., 
1887-90. Mem. Central Com. of Alumni. He took an active interest in the 
affairs P. E. Church and sometimes in politics. 

JOHN RODMAN PAUL, A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 6, 1852. s. John Rodman Paul, M.D. (Class 1820), and 
Elizabeth Duffield Neill. Entered Soph. Class 1869. Mem. Philo. <J>. B. K. 
Student in Law Dept., 1874-76. Lawyer. Pres. Law Acad. Phila., 1879. 
Direc. Pub. Sch. Phila. Author " Digest of Laws and Ordinances Relatin,^ 
to Phila. City Passenger Railways." See MunseWs Am. Ances., vol. Hi. 
Rodman Family, Neill Family. Address, 903 Pine St., Phila. 

flENRY ROBERT PERCIVAL, A.M. (D. D., Nashotah Theol. Sem., Wis., 1891.) 

b. Phila., Apr. 30, 1854. s. Thomas C. Percival and . Entered 

1868. Mem. Philo. Class historian. P. E. clergy-man, and rector Ch. of 
the Evangelists, Phila. Author "A Digest of Theology." Address, 11 10 
Spruce St., Phila. 

GEORGE TYBOUT PURVES, A.M. (D. D., Wash, and JeflF. Coll., Penna., 

1888.) 

b. Phila., Sept. 27, 1852. s. William Purves and Anna Kennedy. 
Entered 1868. Moderator Philo. Z. t. *. B. K. Awarded Fresh. Gr. 
and Fresh, and Soph. Declam. prizes. Alumni Junior Declam., Junior 



1872J COLI.EGE DEPARTMENT. 281 

Phil, and Henry Reed prizes. Class Pres. Junior year. Was graduated at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1S76. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Wayne, 
Del. CO., Pinna., 1877-80; and Boundary- Ave. Ch., Balto., Md., 1S80-86 ; 
and First Presb. Ch., Pittsburgh, Penna., 1886-92. Prof. New Test. Lit. 
and Exegesis, Theol. Sem., Princeton, N J., 1S92 to date. He delivered the 
lectures on L. P. Stone Foundation at Princeton Theol. Sem., "The Tes- 
timony of Justin Martyr to Early Christianity," 1888, which were subse- 
quently published. He is also the author of various papers on theological 
and critical subjects, m. Rebecca Bird, dau. E. M. Sellers, Phila. Address, 
Princeton, N. J. 
i- BENTON RAMSEY. B. S. 

b. Norristown, Penna., Dec. 31, 1850; d. Norristown, Penna., Oct. 23, 
1881. s. Michael Sill Ramsey and Mary Holdgate Rodenboh. Entered 
Soph. Class, Sci. Dept., 1869. Lawyer. 
FRANKLIN LAWRENCE SHEPPARD, A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 7, 1852. s. Isaac A. Sheppard and Caroline M. Holmes. 
Entered 1868. Honorable mention for Fresh. Gr. prize. Awarded Soph. 
Latin and Alumni Senior Latin prizes. Moderator Philo. <P. B. K. Iron 
founder, m. Mary Eleanor, dau. Jesse Lee. Address, 4757 Green St.,Gtn., 
Phila. 
JOHN BONSALL TAYLOR, A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 22, 1854. s. Robert Randolph Taylor, M. D., and Helen 
Bonsall. Entered 1868. Mem. Philo. Class prophet. Lawyer, m. Amey 
Dorrance, dau. Frank Eddy Richmond, Providence, R. I. Address, 2208 
Trinity Place, Phila. 
SAMUEL HINDS THOMAS (and St. John's Coll., Cantab., 1877). A. M. (and 
St. John's Coll., Cantab., 1884). . 

b. Phila., Nov. 24, 1852. s. William Grasett Thomas and Ann Hmds. 
Entered Junior Class 1870. Mem. Philo; Awarded Senior Gr. prize equally 
with Horace Castle. Lawyer, m. Adele, dau. Col. Charles John Biddle, 
Phila. Address, 2 113 Pine St., Phila. 
ULRICH WILLIAM VOLLMER, A. M. M. D., 1875. 

b. Phila., Feb. 16, 1852. s. William VoUmer and Anna Lindenmaier. 
Entered 1868. Mem. Zelo. Honorable mention for medical thesis at gradu- 
ation. Physician. Police Surg., Phila. Mem. Pathol. Soc. Phila.; Phila. 
CO. Med. Soc. Address, 307 N. Sixth St., Phila. 

Non-Graduates. 

STANHOPE BANNATYNE. 

b. Easton, Penna., Oct. 15, 1846. s. Rev. Ninian Bannatyneand Amelia 
A Bishop. Entered 1868 ; after Soph, year a partial student, and left 
during the Junior year. Mem. Philo. Has devoted himself to church 
work, ill health having debarred him from entering the ministry. Address, 
761 Corinthian Ave., Phila. 

WILLIAM PHILLIPS BIDDLE. 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1853. s. John Barclay Biddle, M. D., Prof. Jeff. Med 
Coll., and Caroline Phillips. Entered 1868; after Fresh, year a partial 
student, and left during the Junior year. A. t. Officer U. S. Marine Corps. 
2d Lieut. U. S. Marine Corps, June, 1875; ist Lieut., Feb., 1884. bee 
Descdts. Clement Biddle. Address, Navy Dept., Washington, D. C. 

WILLIAM BARTON BREWSTER (M. D., JeflF. Med. Coll., 1873). 

b. Gtn., Phila., May 23, 1854- s. Hon. Frederick Carroll Brewster, 
LL D. (Class 1841), and Emma Barton. Entered 1868, and left during the 

Junior year. Physician. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., since resigned, m. , 

dau. James E. Caldwell, Phila. Address, , Wyoming. 



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GEORGE GENGE BROWNING. 

b. Camden, N. J., Mch. 3, 1850. s. Hon. Abraham Browning and Eliza- 
beth Henry Matlock. Entered as a partial student 1868, and left at the close 
of Fresh, year. Re-entered as a partial student 1S74, and left 1875. Studied 
at Burlington Coll., N. J. Merchant, m. Dora W., dau. James A. White. 
Address, 325 Cooper St., Camden, N. J. 

GEORGE GENGE BROWNING. 

b. , May 15, 1852. s. George Browning and . Entered as a 

partial student 1868, and left during the Fresh, year. Merchant, m. . 

Address, Camden, N. J. 

JOSEPH HOWELL BURROUGHS. 

b. Phila., May 16, 1851. s. H. Nelson Burroughs and Ellen D. Mitchell. 
Entered 1868 ; after Soph, year a partial student, and withdrew Feb., 1871. 
Mem. Philo. Z. ■^. Student in Law Dept. Lawyer. Held the rank of 
Sergt., 2d Lieut., Capt. and Judge Advocate, with rank of Major in the N. 
G. Penna., May, 1872 to July, 1881. m. Edith, dau. John A. Lewis. Ad- 
dress, Willow Grove Ave., cor. N. Twenty-third St., Chestnut Hill, Phila. 

ARTHUR BURT. 

b. "Waterloo Farm," Lancaster co., Penna., Aug. 10, 1852. s. Na- 
thaniel Burt and Jeannie A. Brooke. Entered 1868 ; after Soph, year a 
partial student, and withdrew Apr., 1872. Class Vice-Pres. Mem. Philo. 
Z. -if. Merchant. Farmer. Private First Trp. Phila. City Cav. during 
the riots in the State, 1877. Address, 1203 Walnut St., Phila. 

WILLIAM MASTERS CAMAC. 

b. Phila., Aug. 15, 1852. s. William Camac and Ellen Maria Mcllvaine. 
Entered 1868, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. *. Architect. See 
Keith. Address, Wissahickon, Phila. 

WILLIAM JAMES CAMPBELL. 

b. Phila., Dec. 12, 1845. s. . Entered 1868, and left during the 

Junior year. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Mem. 111. Legis. State Senator 111., 
Delegate Repub. Nat. Conv., 1880, 1888 and 1892. Was chosen Chmn. Re- 
pub. Nat. Com. during the campaign, 1892, from which he soon resigned, 
m. . Address, Chicago, 111. 

FRANKLIN EUGENE CARRYL. 

b. Phila., Oct. 30, 1852. s. William Harrison Carryl and Caroline 
Matilda Stiles. Entered Sci. course 1868, and left at the close of the year 
1869. Salesman and mngr. m. Mrs. Eugenie Graham Price, dau. Abel 
McGee. Address, 1808 N. Twenty-seventh St., Phila. 

WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN, M. D., 1877. 

b. Moorestown, N. J., Nov. 27, 1851. s. Theodore Chamberlain and 

. Entered Soph. Class 1869, and left during Soph. year. Awarded. 

gold medal for best examination in chemistry at graduation in medicine. 
Physician. Address, Moorestown, N. J. 

BENNINGTON FITZ RANDOLPH CLARK. 

b. Lewisburg, Penna., Oct. 13, 1852. s. Rev. James Clark, D. D. (Class 
1830), and Sarah Ann Fitz Randolph. Entered 186S, and left during Junior 
year. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1878. 
Studied at Univ. Leipzig for two years. Presb. clergyman, which he was 
obliged to abandon because of ill health. R. R. a^. connected with the 
Wabash system. Address, 3724 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. 

EDWARD COOK CLAY. 

b. Phila., Apr. 20, 1851. s. Joseph Ashmead Clay (Class 1822) and 
Cornelia Fletcher. Entered 1868, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. 
Philo. Clk., 1870-74 ; asst. to private sec. of J. Edgar Thomson, Pres. 



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Penna. R. R, Co., 1874; elk. Penna. R. R. office, Phila., 1874-81 ; cashier 
Mexican Nat. R. R. Co. and other allied corporations, N. Y. City, 1881-90 ; 
sec. and treas. Newark Pass. R. R. Co., and of Essex co. Electric Co., 
Orange, N. J., 1890 to date. m. Hettie Foster, dau. John Biddle, Phila, 
Address, Fairview and Lincoln Aves., Orange, N. J. 

SAMUEL NEALE COWPLAND. 

b. Phila., Apr. 17, 1 851. s. Joshua Cowpland and Anne Barrington. 
Entered 1868, and left during the Fresh, year. A. <I>. m. Kitty McClane. 
Address, 843 N. Twenty -sixth St., Phila. 

CHARLES ECHAIZ. 

b. , Apr. 8, 1850. s. . Entered as a partial student 1868, and 

left at the close of the year 1869. 

fWILLIAM LOGAN FOX (C. E., Renss. Poly. Instit., N. Y., 1875). 

b. Phila., Sept. 28, 185 1 ; d. Foxburg, Penna., Apr. 29, 1880. s. Samuel 
Mickle Fox (Class 1841 ) and Mary Rodman Fisher. Entered Junior Class 
1870, and left during Junior year. Mem. Philo. A. *. Miner and mfr. of 
oil. Pres. Foxburg, Petersburg and Clarion R. R. m. Rebecca C. Hollings- 
worth. 

ALEXANDER PURVES GEST (C. E., Renss. Poly. Instit., N. Y., 1874). 

b. Phila., Feb. 2, 1853. s. John Barnard Gest (Class 1844) and Eliza- 
beth Ann Purves. Entered 1868, and left at the close of Junior year. 
Mem. Philo. Civil engr., connected with the Penna. R. R. Co.; asst. engr. 
N. Y. Div.; supdt. Belvidere Div., 1892 to date. m. Kate K., dau. Anthony 
McTighe, Pittsburgh, Penna. Address, Lambertville, N. J. 

HENRY DILWORTH GILPIN. 

b. Phila., July 17, 1851. s. Charles Gilpin and Sarah Hamilton Hood. 
Entered 1868, and left during the Fresh, year. Z, ir. Engaged in oil business, 
m. . Address, 1902 Judson Place, Phila. 

HENRY STUART GREGORY. 

b. Spencer Acad., Indian Terr., Feb. 18, 1850. s. Rev. Casper Robue 
Gregory, D. D. (Class 1843), and MaryLaetitia Montgomery. Entered 1868, 
and left at the close of Soph. year. Lawyer. Probate Judge Shoshone co., 
Idaho. Address, Murray, Shoshone co., Idaho. 

EDWARD HARRIS. 

b. Moorestown, N. J., Sept. 17, 1851. s. Edward Harris and May 
Gulielma Ustick. Entered 1868, and left at the close of first term Soph, 
year. Z. -ir. Farmer, m. Ellen Deacon, dau. Josiah Hooten Venable. 
Address, Moorestown, N. J. 

FRANCIS ALFRED HARRIS. 

b. , 1850. s. Francis W. Harris and . Entered 1868, and left 

during the Soph. year. 

WALTER HATFIELD. 

b. Phila., Jan. i, 1851. s. Nathan L. Hatfield, M. D., and . Entered 

1868, and left during the Junior year. Iron merchant. Address, Aldine 
Hotel, Phila. 
fWILLIAM BEACH HAZELTON. 

b. near Norristown, Penna., Jan. 13, 1853 ; d. . s. E. H. Hazelton 

and . Entered Soph, year 1869, and left during the Junior year. Z. ^. 

JAMES ROBARDET HOPKINS. 

b. Phila., Nov. 9, 1851. s. James Hopkins and Mary Jane Coxe. 
Entered 1868, and left during the Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. Clerk. Ad- 
dress, 2018 Spruce St., Phila. 



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WILLIAM CHURCHILL HOUSTON, JR. 

b. Phila., Nov. 26, 1850. s. William Churchill Houston and Mary 
Bartholomew Solms. Entered as a partial student 1868, and left at the close 
of first term Jan., 1869. A. <l>. Wool merchant, 1870-87. Bank president, 
1886-88. Pres. Lynchburg & Durham R. R. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of 
Revo. m. Helena, dau. William Hunter, Jr. Address, 109 W. Chelten 
Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

WILLIAM HENRY KIRKPATRICK. 

b. Phila., Jan. 19, 1852. s. Edwin Kirkpatrick and Amanda C. Wame. 
Entered 1808, and left during the Soph. year. Wool merchant, m. Clara 
Bender. Address, 150 N. Twenty-first St., Phila. 

LEWIS HYMEN LIPMAN."" 

b. Phila., Oct. 15, 1851. s. Hymen L. Lipman and Mary A. Lehman. 
Entered as a partial student 1868, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Mem. Zelo. Has been an extensive traveler throughout the world ; now 
solicitor for commercial and advertising companies in N. Y. City. Address, 
136 N. Tenth St., Phila. 

i-JOHN McADAM. 

b. Phila., June 17, 1853; d. Phila., Aug. 27, 1S87. s. William Robert 
McAdam (Class 1837) and Hannah Robbins. Entered 1868, and left during 
the Junior year. Clerk. 

tJOHN MERCER McCALL. 

b. Phila., Nov. 29, 1850; d. , 1871. s. Peter McCall, Prof. Law 

Dept., and . Entered as a partial student 1868, and left during Fresh. 

year. <1>. K. 2. 

WILLIAM WAINWRIGHT McEWEN. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1852. s. Matthew Perry McEwen and Mary Reeves 
Wainwright. Entered as a partial student 186S, and left during the Fresh, 
year. Merchant. Address, 2013 Arch St., Phila. 

LOUIS CHILDS MADEIRA. 

b. Phila., June 2, 1853. s- Louis Cephas Madeira and Adeline Laura 
Powell. Entered as a partial student 1868, and left at the close of Soph. year. 
Civil engr. ; connected with the Wilmington & Northern R. R., 1870-71; 
asst. engr. Schuylkill & Lehigh R. R., 1871-74; resdt. engr. Del. & Bound 
Brook R. R., 1874-77 ; since then ins. agt., Phila. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons 
of Revo. m. Marion, dau. E. W. Clarke, Phila. Address, 253 S. Thirteenth 
St., Phila. 

HARRY GORGAS MICH EN ER. , 

b. Phila., Aug. i, 1852. s. John Hanson Michener and Sarah Keyser 

Gorgas. Entered 186S, and left at the close of Soph. year. Merchant, m. 

Lillie Atherton, dau. Nathan Middleton. Address, 3913 Chestnut St., Phila. 

ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER MURPHY (A. B., Coll. N. J., 1872. A. M Coll N 

J., 1875). 

b. Frankford, Phila., Oct. 30, 1851. s. Rev. Thomas Murphy, D. D., 
and Anne Sorter. Entered 1868, and left at the close of Fresh, year. 
Awarded first prize, a gold medal, by the Clio Soc, Coll. N. J., for Senior 
original declamation. Studied at Theol. vSem., Princeton, N. J., 1872-74. 
Presb. clergyman, and pastor Leverington Ch., Phila., 1881-92 ; and Spring- 
field, O., 1892 to date. Author of various papers in religious journals. Ad- 
dress, Springfield, O. 

+ HAMILTON MURRAY, JR. (A. B., Coll. N.J., 1872). 

b. Oswego, N. Y., July 16, 1850; d. , 1873. s. Hamilton Murray 

and . Entered 1868, and left during Soph. year. Mem. Philo. 

* Now known as Lewis Howard Lipman. 



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fHOLLINGSWORTH NEILL, M.D., 1874. 

b. Phila., Aug. 8, 1852 ; d. Phila., Jan. 9, 1892. s. John Neiil, M. D. 
(Class 1837), Prof. Med. Dept., and Anna Maria Wharton Hollingsworth. 
Entered 1868, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. A. -f. 
Physician. Attending phys. Univ. Dispen. for several years, m. Julia. 
Kissam, dau. Charles Macalester, Jr., Phila. See Neill Family. 

ALFRED INGERSOLL PHILLIPS, LL. B., 1874. 

b. Phila., May 23, 1852. s. William S. Phillips and Fredenca IngersolU 
Entered 1868, and left at the close of Soph. year. Mem. Philo. *. K. 2. 
Lawyer. Edited 7th ed. "Adams Doctrine of Equity;" 2d ed. " Scribner 
on Dower." m. Mary C, dau. Richard Colegate Dale, Phila. Address, 
6231 N. Twenty-seventh St., Chestnut Hill, Phila. 

fWILLIAM ASHTON REED. 

b Phila., Aug. 19, 1851 ; d. Phila., Dec. 9, 1S70. s. William Ashton 
Reed, M. D. (Class 1846), and Mary Dorsel Brown. Entered 1868, and died 
during his studentship. Mem. Philo. 

CHARLES MEIGS ROBINSON. , ^, , ^ j 1 .. 

b Phila., Sept. 17, 185 1. s. Moncure Robinson and Charlotte Randolprt 
Taylor. Entered 1868, and left during the Soph. year. A. t. Stock-broker. 
Address, 40 New St., N. Y. City. 

t FRANKLIN SCOTT. 

Entered 1868, and left during the Junior year. Z. Y. 
+ WILLIAM HORNER SMITH. 

b Phila., Sept. 2, 1853 ; d. Ardmore, Montg. co., Penna., Dec. 30, 1889. 
s Henry Hollingsworth Smith, M. D., LL. D. (Class 1834), Prof. Med. 
Dept and Mary Edmonds Homer. Entered 1868, and left at the close of 
first term Junior year. A. 'i'. Mercantile broker. Private First Trp. Phila. 
City Cav. during the Pittsburgh, Penna., riots, 1877. m. Henrietta C, dau.. 
Charles P. Wilkins. 

CHARLES ELLIS STEVENS (A. M., Univ. Wooster, O., . Ph.D., Univ. 

booster . B. D., Nashotah Theol. Sem., Wis., 187-. LL. D., Univ. 

Wooster, 1888. D. C. L., King's Coll., Canada, 1888) 

b. Boston, Mass., Julys, i853- s. James Edward Poole Stevens and 
Mary Pitkin Abrams. Entered Senior Class as a special student 1871, and 
left at the close of Senior year. Mem. Philo. Studied at Yale Coll., 
1872-73. Was graduated at' Berkeley Divin. Sch. P. E. Ch., Middletown, 
Conn., 1875. P. E. clerg>-man, and asst. min. Grace Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1876-77 • rector Ch. of Ascension, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877-80; Sec. auxihary 
branch Bd. Misns. P. E. Ch. in U. S., 1878-91; Examining Chaplain 
Diocese of L I. Lecturer Const. Law Univ. Wooster, 188S, and of same St. 
Stephen's Coll., Annandale, N. Y., 1890, and of Hist, and Polit. Sci. at 
same 1891 • Special Lecturer Const. Law Univ. City of N. Y., 1891 ; Arch- 
deacon of Brooklyn, N. Y., 1887-91 ; Prof. Const. Hist, and Civil Polity Univ. 
City of N. Y., 1891 ; rector Christ Ch., Phila., 1891 to date. Fell. Am 
Geog Soc. Mem. Am. Ethnol. Soc; Royal Archseol. Instit.'Gt. Britain and 
Ireland ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo.; F. S. A., Edin.; F. R. G. S., London. 
Author " The City ; " "Sources of the Constitution of the U. S.; " associate 
editor Living Church ; beside numerous addresses, reviews and published 
sermons, m. Ella Montieth, dau. Walter Montieth Aikman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
See Appleton. Address, 2217 Spruce St., Phila. 

WILLIAM HERBERT WASHINGTON, A. B., gratise causa, 1890. 

b Pittsburgh, Penna., Aug. 2, 1853. s. Augustus F. Washington and 
Susan T. Fulton. Entered Soph. Class, Sci. Dept., 1869, and left at the 
close of Junior year to enter the Coll. Dept. , and received a certif. of pro- 
ficiency, June, 1872. Studied at Coll. Pont Le Cay, Touraine, France, 
1865-67. Lawyer. Author of various papers in legal periodicals, m. Con- 
stance, dau. Rev. James Jarvis Bowden, Md. Address, 2030 De Lancey 
PI., Phila. 



286 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1872 

RICHARD WELLS. 

b. Phila., Aug. 8, 185 1, s. Samuel Griffitts Wells and Annie Arrott. 
Entered 1868, and left at the close of Fresh, vear. Clerk. Address, 5254 
Germantown Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

SAMUEL WORTHINGTON WILLIAMS, JR. 

b. , Oct. 21, 1 85 1, s. Samuel Worthington Williams and Alice 

Bowen. Entered 1868, and left during the Fresh, year. 

1873. 

HARRY CARLTON ADAMS, A. 6. A. M. 

b. Phila., May 21, 1854. s. Robert Adams and Matilda Maybin Hart. 
Entered 1869. A. ^. Clerk. Farmer, m. Elizabeth Dawson, dau. Stephen 
Morris. Address, Cheltenham, Montg. co., Penna. 

ROBERT ANDERSEN, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Jan. 25, 1851. s. John Andersen and Ann Bruce. Entered 
1869. Teacher Epis. Acad., Phila. Mem. Am. Philol. Assn. m. Fannie 
Hall, dau. Samuel Hill McKinley. Address, Acad. P. E. Ch., Juniper and 
Locust Sts., Phila. 

WILLIAM MORRIS BARKER, A. B. A. M. (D. D., Seabury Divinity Sch., 
Minn., 1892.) 

b. Towanda, Bradford co., Penna., May 12, 1854. s. George R. Barker 
and Anna Ellis Morris. Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. Was graduated at 
Berkeley Divin. Sch., Middletown, Conn., 1879. Junior Master Bp. Scott 
Grammar Sch., Portland, Ore., 1873-75. P. E. clergyman, and asst. min. 
St. John's, Troy, N. Y., 1879-80, and St. John's, Washington, D. C, 1880; 
rector St. Paul's, Washington, D. C, 1881-87 ; and St. Luke's, Balto., Md., 
1887-89 ; and St. Paul's, Duluth, Minn., 1889-92. Missionary Bp. of 
Western Col., 1892 to date. Assoc, editor The Church Record, Duluth, 
Minn., 1889-92. See Keith. Address, Grand Junction, Col. 

fTHEODORE DANIEL FREDERICK BECK, A. B. A. M. (M. D., JeflF. Med. 
Coll., 1877.) 

b. , 185 1 ; d. Phila., 188-. S. . Entered 1869. Physician. 

EDWARD JORDAN BELL, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Dec. 31, 1853. s. John Thomas Bell and Antoinette Jordan. 
Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. Life mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Address, 1428 
Spruce St., Phila. ^ 

GUSTAVUS SMITH BENSON, JR., A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 25, 1852. s. Gustavus Smith Benson (Class 1823) and 
Margaretta Fitzgerald Dale. Entered 1869. Honorable mention for Junior 
Phil, prize. Merchant. Address, 15 15 Spruce St., Phila. 

fCHARLES ALRICH BESSON, B. S. M. S., 1876. 

b. Phila., May 13, 1851 ; d. Paris, France, May 9, 1879. s. Charles 
Anthony Besson and Adeline Gilbert Alrich. Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. 
Awarded Fresh. Mechanical Drawing prize. Commencement orator. Stu- 
dent in Law Dept. Lawyer. 

SAMUEL TAYLOR BODINE, A. B. A.M. 

b. Phila., Aug. 23, 1854. s. Samuel Tucker Bodine and Louisa Wylie 
Millikin. Entered 1869. *. K. 2. Clerk, 1873-76 ; in charge of repair 
shops Am. and Red Star S. S. Co., Phila., 1876-82 ; Sec. and Treas., 1882-88 ; 

and Gen. Mn^r. 1888 United Gas Improvement Co., Phila. m. Eleanor 

Grey, dau. William Grey Warden, Phila. Address, The Gladstone, Phila. 



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ROBERT BOND, A. B. A. M. M. D., 1876. 

b. Phila., Jan. 13, 1853. s. Thomas Bond and Hannah Hicks. Entered 
1869. Physician. Mem. N. J. Legis. m. Frances E., dau. Andrew White. 
Address, Knowlton, Warren co., N. J. 

WILLIAM BOYD, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Feb. 5, 1852. s. William Boyd and Agnes Halley. Entered 
1869. Mem. Philo. Awarded Soph. Latin and Junior Gr. prizes, and 
Senior Gr. prize equally with William F. Whitaker. Class Vice-Pres. 
Speaker Junior Exhibition and at Commencement. Was graduated at 
Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1876. Presb. clergyman, and pastor Fain,'iew 
Ch., Glen Moore, Chester co., Penna., 1876-83, and Second Presb. Ch., 
Camden, N. J., 1883-93. m. Annie E., dau. Rev. Andrew Culver. Address, 
Lansdowne, Del. co., Penna. 

JOHN WILLIAM BROCK, A. 6. A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 23, 1855. s. John Penn Brock (Class 1843) and Julia 
Watts Hall. Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. Z. t. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. 
Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Mary Louise, dau. George Frederick Tyler, Phila. 
Address, 1417 Spruce St., Phila. 

WILLIAM WILKINS CARR, A. 6. A. M. 

b. Washington, D. C, May 19, 1853. s. Overton Carr, U. S. N., and 
Sophia Bache Wilkins. Entered Soph. Class 1870. Awarded Soph. Declam. 
prize. " Spoon-man" of Class. Lawyer. Asst. U. S. Dist.-Atty., E. D. 
Penna., 1888-92. Postmaster Phila. , 1893 and still holding office. Address, 
126 So. Sixteenth St., Phila. 

JOSEPH CRAWFORD EGBERT, B. S. M. D. and Ph. D., 1880. 

b. Merion Sq., Montg. co., Penna., May 30, 1853. s. Hamilton Egbert 
and Elizabeth Rohrman. Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. Teacher for two 
years. Phys., and consult, phys. Lincoln Instit. Mem. Obstet. Soc. Phila.; 
Pathol. Soc. Phila. ; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Katharine, dau. Corne- 
lius J. Miller, Phila. Address, Wayne, Del. co., Penna. 

FREDERICK BROWN ESLER, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., 1853. s. . Entered 1869. Lawyer. Address, N. Y. City. 

HUGH JOHN FAGEN, B. S. LL. B., 1883. 

b. Phila., May 11, 185 1. s. Patrick A. Fagen and . Entered 1869. 

Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Address, 731 So. Ninth St., Phila. 

JAMES LOGAN FISHER, B. S. 

b. Branchtown, Phila., 1849. s. Charles Henry Fisher (Class 1831) and 
Sarah Ann Atherton. Entered Soph. Class, 1870. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, 
m. Mary, dau. Edward Ingersoll (Class 1835). See Keith. Address, Cres- 
centville, Phila. 

ALEXANDER ELMSLIE HARVEY, JR., A. 6. A.M. 

b. Phila., Mch. 27, 1854. s. Josiah Lownes Harvey and Caroline Fitz- 
Randolph. Entered 1869. Civil engineer. Address, 220 So. Nineteenth 
St., Phila. 

PERCIVAL HOLL HICKMAN, B. S. 

b. Phila., Jan. 2, 1854. s. George Washington Hickman and Margaret 
Ann Holl. Entered Soph. Class, 1870. Mem. Philo. Awarded .second 
prize for debate by Philo. Soc. Student in the Auxiliary' Faculty of Med- 
icine, 1874. Studied at Berkeley Divin. Sch., P. E. Ch., Middletown, 
Conn., 1877-78, and at Gen. Theol. Sem., P. E. Ch., N. Y. City, 1879-81. 
Recorder and Asst. Supdt. of Construction 4th Lighthouse Dist. U. S., 
1873-74- Tutor Higher Surv. and Mechanics of Eng., 1876. Tallman 



288 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1875 

Fellow Gen. Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, 1881-83. Prof. Math, and Physics 
Racine Coll., Wis., 1881-83. P. E. clergyman. Misny. in charge of Christ 
Ch., Indiana, Penna., and St. Peter's, Blairsville, Penna., 1884-85; rector 
Trinity, Washington, Penna., 1886 ; and St. Martin's, Radnor, Penna., 
1887-91 ; and Riverside, 111., 1891-93. m. Dorothea, dau. Edward Wart- 
man. Address, Denver, Col. 

f HOWARD GRANT JONES, B. S. M.S., 1876. (Ph. G., Phila. Coll. Phar., 
1875.) 

b. Phila., Mch. 8, 1853 ; d. Oxford, Chester co., Penna., Nov, 20, 1891. 
s. Daniel Sexton Jones and Elizabeth Osbourn. Entered 1869. Awarded 
the first prize, gold medal, Phila. Coll. Phar. at graduation. Geologist and 
analyt. chemist. Author " Notes on the Cvimberland or Potomac Coal 
Basin." 

CHARLES PENROSE KEITH, B. S. 

b. Phila., Mch. 15, 1854. s. Washington Keith and Anne Mathews 
Penrose. Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. Class historian. Teacher for one 
year. Lawyer. Title elk. Real Estate, Title Ins. and Trust Co., Phila. 
Chief elk. U. S. Appraiser's Office, Phila., 1889-93. Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. 
Author " Provincial Councillors of Penna. 1733-76, and their Descendants ; " 
"Ancestry of Benjamin Harrison with Notes on Families Related." m. 
Elizabeth Harvey, dau. Louis Wister. Address, 326 Spruce St., Phila. 

ALFRED LEE, A. B. A.M. LL. B., 1875. 

b. Wilmington, Del., Mch. 25, 1852. s. Rt. Rev. Alfred Lee, D. D., 
LL. D., and Julia White. Entered 1869. Mem. Zelo. «{>. K. 2. Lawyer. 
Mem. Hist. Soc. Del.; Central Com. of Alumni. Author of articles 
"Appeal" and "Courts of the U. S." in supplement to Encyc. Brit., 9th 
ed. " Compendium of the Laws Relating to Public Health and Safety of the 
State of Penna., with Notes and Decisions." m. Lilian Tumell, dau. James 
D. Blakely, New Orleans, La. Address, 524 Walnut St., Phila. 

+ HENRY CARVILL LEWIS, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 16, 1853 ; d. Manchester, Eng., July 21, 1888. s. F. 
Mortimer Lewis and Emma Hulme Carvill. Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. 
Class poet. Studied at Univ. Heidelberg, 1886-87. Geologist. Mem. Geol. 
Surv. Penna., 1879-84. Prof. Mineralogy, Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1880-88; 
Prof. Geol. Haverford Coll., Penna., 1883-88. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc, 1881 ; 
Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Franklin Instit., Phila.; Fell. Am. Assn. Adv. Sci.; 
Fell. Geol. Soc. London ; mem. Deutsche Geol. Gesellschaft ; corres. mem. 
British Assn. Adv. Sci., and of Liverpool, Eng., Geol. Assn. Author "The 
Antiquity of Man in Eastern America, Geologically Considered;" "The 
Antiquity and Origin of the Trenton Gravel;" "The Gteat Ice Age in 
Penna. ; " " The Geology of Phila. ; " " Supposed Glaciation in Penna. , South 
of the Terminal Moraine;" "A Great Trap Dike Across Southeastern 
Penna.; " " Comparative Studies upon the Glaciation of North America ; " 
"The Terminal Moraines of the Great Glaciers of England ; " " Diamonds 
in Meteorites," etc.; beside many papers in scientific journals and trans- 
actions at home and abroad, m. Julia Catharine, dau. William Parker 
Foulke, Phila. See Memoir by Prof. J. Peter Lesley [Class 183S), and a 
Sketch in Popular Science Monthly, July, 1889. Obituary by Persifor 
Frazer, in Ant. Geologist. Appleton, Keith. H. M. Jenkins" Hist. 
Collection of Gwynedd, Petma. 

RANDAL MORGAN, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1853. s. Charles E. Morgan and Jane Potter Buck. 
Entered 1869. Mem. Zelo. <l>. K. 2. Awarded Fresh. Declam. prize equally 
with William R. Smith. Honorable mention for Soph. Declam. prize. 
Engaged in the iron business, Lancaster, Penna., until 1S74 ; since then 
law>'er. Vice-Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1879. m. Anna, dau. Marshall 
Spring Shapleigh. Address, Willow Grove Ave., Chestnut Hill, Phila. 



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JOSEPH SEAL WEFF, A. B. A. M. (M. D., JefF. Med. Coll., 1S75.) 

b. Phila., Feb. 27, 1S54. s. Charles NeflF and Mar>' L. Seal. Entered 
1869. Mem. Zelo. <i: K. '^. Chmn. Exec. Com. of Class. Physician until 
1890, when he entered the life insurance business. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 
1886. Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc, 1880; Pathol. Soc. Phila., 1879; Med. 
Jurisp. Soc. Phila., 18S5. Phys. to Out-patients Dept. Penna. Hosp., 
1879-87; visiting phys. Jeff. Med. Coll. Hosp., 1SS2-89; Phila. Hosp., 
1S84-89; asst. phj's. Orthopaedic Hosp., 1879-81. Coroner's phys. Phila., 
18S1-84. Contributed papers to medical journals, m. Harriet L., dau. 
Hon. James Ryley Ludlow, LL. D. (Class 1843). Address, 2300 Locust St., 
Phila. 

RUDOLPH LEE NEFF, A. B. A.M. LL. B., 1S76. 

b. Cincinnati, O., Aug. 13, 1853. s. John Rudolph Neff and Josephine 
Marie Cilley. Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. Lawyer. Address, 1 910 Locust 
St., Phila. 

HENRY PLEASANTS, JR., B. S. 

b. Phila., Sept. 12, 1S53. s. Henry Pleasants, M. D., and Emily Sargent. 
Entered 1869. Mem. Philo. Lawyer, m. Agnes, dau. Howard Spencer 
(Class 1 841). Address, General Wayne, Del. co., Penna. 

ALEXANDER BLACK PORTER, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Oct. 8, 1852. s. William Grier Porter and Anne Black. En- 
tered 1869. Bank clerk. Address, 1932 Columbia Ave., Phila. 

COLEMAN SELLERS, JR., B. S. M.S., 1876. 

b. Cincinnati, O., Sept. 5, 1852. s. Coleman Sellers and Cornelia 
Wells. Entered Soph. Class, 1870. Class Pres. Junior year. Moderator 
Philo. Class prophet. Valedictorian. Mechan. engineer. Mem. Am, 
Soc. Mechan. Engrs.; Franklin Instit., Phila. m. Helen Graham, dau. 
Joseph Henry Jackson. Address, 410 N. Thirty-third St., Phila. 

ROBERT MEADE SMITH, A. B. A.M. M. D., 1876. 

b. Phila., June 2, 1S54. s. Francis Gurney Smith, M. D. (Class 1S37), 
Prof. Med. Dept., and Catharine Madeline Dutilh. Entered 1869. Mem. 
Philo. Awarded prize for medical thesis at graduation. Physician. Resdt. 
Epis. Hosp., 1876-77. Demstr. Physiology, 1878-84. Prof. Comp, Physiol- 
ogy, 1884-93. Lecturer Physics and Chem. Epis. Acad., Phila., 1881-88. 
Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1884. Mem. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Am. Physiol. 
Soc. ; Am. Soc. Naturalists ; Society Frangiaise d'Hygiene. Author of articles 
"Circulation" and "Death" in Am. Supplement to Encyc. Britannica ; 
"The Physiology of the Domestic Animals;" translated with additions 
"Hermann's Experimental Pharmacology," etc.; beside numerous papers 
in medical and scientific journals and transactions of this and foreign 
countries. Asst. editor Afu. Journal Med. Set., and of liledical Ncics, 

1881-83 ; editor Therapeutic Gazette, 1885 . m. Florence, dau. Edward 

Peace, M. D., Phila. Address, 332 So. Twenty-first St., Phila. 

WALTER GEORGE SMITH, A. B. A.M. LL. B., 1877. 

b. Mac-o-cheek, Logan co., O., Nov. 24, 1854. s. Brvt. Maj. Gen. 
Thomas Kilby Smith and Elizabeth Budd McCullough. Entered 1869. 
Mem. Zelo. <I>. K. 2. Class Pres. Senior year, and same of Class in Law 
Dept. Railroad employe, 1873-74. Teacher, 1874-77 ; since then lawyer. 
Pres. Law Acad., Phila., 1S80. Trustee, 1S91 to date. IMem. Central Com. 
of Alumni ; Mil. Order Loyal Legion U. S. by inheritance ; Catholic Cong., 
Chicago, 1893. m. Elizabeth Langstroth, dau. Francis A. Drexel, Phila. 
Address, 1814 Spruce St., Phila. 

THEOPHILUS BAKER STORK, A. B. A. M. LL. B., 1877. 

b. Phila., Apr. 5, 1S54. s. Rev. Theophilus Stork, D. D., and Emma 
Baker. Entered 1869. Mem. Zelo. -!'. K. 2. Awarded Junior Phil, and 
Junior English prizes, Senior English and Henry Reed prizes. La^v^•er. 
Mem. Hist. Soc. Penna. Edited, with a sketch of the author's life, " Light 



290 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. [1873 

on the Pilgrim's Way," by Rev. Charles A. Stork ; also author of fugitive 
magazine articles. One of the editors Legal Intelligencer, Phila. m. ist, 
Hannah, dau. Charles William Wharton, Phila.; 2d, Anna Brown, dau. 
Francis R. Cope, Phila. See Rodman Family, Wharton Family. Address, 
Church Lane, near Ross St. , Gtn. , Phila. 

+ LESTER WELLS, B.S. 

b. Cincinnati, O., Mch. 4, 1853 ; d. Avondale, near Cincinnati, O., Aug.» 
1877. s. Charles Wells and Elizabeth Hoadley. Entered Soph. Class, 
1870. Mem. Philo. Mechan. engr. 
HENRY REDWOOD WHARTON, A. B. A. M. M. D., 1876. 

b. Phila., May 23, 1853. s. Charles Wharton (Class 1833) and Mary 
McLanahan Boggs. Entered 1869. Distinguished merit for medical thesis 
at graduation. Physician. Surg. Children's Hosp.; asst. surg. Univ. of 
Penna. Hosp. ; consult, surg. Penua. Instit. for the Deaf and Dumb. Instr. 
Clinical Surg. Fell. Coll. Phys. Phila., 1884. Mem. Phila. co. Med. Soc; 
Pathol. Soc. Phila. ; Med. Soc. State Penna. ; Am. Surg. Assn. ; Penna. Soc. 
Sons of Revo. Author "Textbook on Minor Surgery and Bandaging;" 
articles, "Pseudo-venereal Affections, etc.," in Ashhurst's Internat. Encyc. 
Surgery, and " Tracheotomy " and " Diseases of the Rectum " in Keating's 
Cyc. Diseases of Children, beside numerous articles in the medical journals. 
m'. Edith Reynolds Booth. See Wharton Family, Rodman Family. Ad- 
dress, 112 So. Eighteenth St., Phila. 

WILLIAM FORCE WHITAKER, A. B. A. M. 

b. Southold, Suffolk co., N. Y., May 6, 1853. s. Epher Whitaker and 
Hannah Maria Force. Entered Soph. Class 1870. Moderator Philo. 
Awarded Senior Gr. prize equally with William Boyd, and Alumni Senior 
Latin prize. Latin Salutatorian. Was graduated at Union Theol. Sem., N. 
Y. City, 1876. Presb. clergyman, and pastor St. Cloud Ch., Orange, N. J., 
1877 to date. Address, Orange, Essex co., N. J. 

BERNARD HENRY WOOD, A. B. A. M. 

b. Gtn., Phila., Aug. 8, 1852. s. George Wood and Emma C. Henry. 
Entered 1869. A. "P. Engaged in fire ins. business, m. Anna W., dau. W. 
Seabury Simmons. Address, 411 So. Nineteenth St., Phila. 

CHARLES ADDAMS YOUNG, B. S. M. S., 1876. 

b. Phila., June 25, 1853. s. Nathan Young and Harriet Addams. 
Entered 1869. Moderator Philo. Asst. 2d Geol. Sui-vey of Penna., 1874-77. 
Sec. and Treas. Zenith Milling Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1880 to date. m. 
Eliza, dau. Richard Harrison Gentry, Boone co., Mo, Address, 1741 JeflFer- 
son St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Non-Graduates. 

WILLIAM BURLING ABBEY, LL. B., 1876. [Arts 

b. Phila., Dec. 17, 1854. s. William Maxwell Abbey and Margery Ann 

Kiple. Entered 1869, and left during the Soph. year. 2. X. Artist. 

Lawyer, m. Katharine Eleanor, dau. Rev. John Kerfoot Lewis, Chaplain 

U. S. N. Address, Main St., Mt. Holly, N. J. 

CHARLES HALL BROCK. [Arts 

b. Phila., May 12, 1852. s. John Penn Brock (Class 1843) and Julia 

Watts Hall. Entered as a partial student 1869, and left during the Soph. 

year. Z. ■^. Address, . 

t HORACE BROOKE BURT. [Arts 

b. Phila., June 15, 1854; d. Phila., Mch. 21, 1891. s. Nathaniel Burt 

and Jane Anna Brooke. Entered as a partial student 1869, and left during 

the Soph. year. Z. ^. Studied at Coll. N. J., 1871-72. Lawyer, m. Heu- 

riette A., dau. Nathan Levering Jones, Roxborough, Phila. 



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FRANCIS von ALBADE CABEEN. [5ci. 

b. Phila., Apr. 28, 185 1. s. Robert Bessonett Cabeen and Emma Ander- 
son. Entered 1S69, and left during the Fresh, year. Mem. Philo. A. <t>. 
Engaged in iron comn. business. Mem. Am. Instit. Mining Engrs.; Hist. 
Soc. Penna.; Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. m. Mar>' Ellis, dau. James Lea, 
Phila. Address, 1725 Pine St., Phila. 

RICHARD TAPPER CADBURY (A. B., Haverford Coll., Penna., 1872, and Har- 
vard, 1877. A.M., Har\'ard, 1878). [Sci. 
b. Phila., Oct. 11, 1853. s. Richard Cadbury and Lydia C. Shinn. 
Entered as a special student 1872, and left during the year. Apprentice, 
1S73-75. Teacher, 1875-76 and 1878-79. Supdt. Penna. Instit. for the Deaf 
and Dumb, 1880-82. Supdt. Univ. of Penna. Hosp., 1885-86 ; since then 
in the Trust Dept. Provident Life and Trust Co., Phila. m. Helen Virginia, 
dau. Isaiah M. Nathans. Address, 409 Chestnut St., Phila. 

t VICTOR DALMAS. [Scl. 

b. ; d. Morton, Del. co., Penna., Apr. 15, 1884, aged 32 years, s. 

— . Entered 1869, and left during the Fresh, year. 

THOMAS HARVEY DOUGHERTY. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Mch. 3, 1853. s. Charles Ashton Dougherty and Catharine 

Ann Arnold. Entered 1869, and left at the close of Soph. year. Student 

in Biol. Dept., 1889 . Engaged in mercantile business until 1888. m. 

Amelia, dau. Heinrich Wiener. Address, School Lane, Gtn., Phila. 

CHARLES DOUGLAS FLANIGAN. [5d. 

b. Phila., Feb. 17, 1S54. s. William C. Flanigan and . Entered as 

a partial student 1873, and left at the close of College year. 

+ CHARLES GIBBONS, JR. [Arts 
b. Phila., Aug. 23, 1852 ; d. Phila., . s. Charles Gibbons and . 

Entered Junior Class as a partial student 1871, and left at the close of Junior 

year. Lawyer, m. , dau. Hon. James Ryley Ludlow, LL. D. (Class 

1843). 
REUBEN HAINES (A. B., Haverford Coll., 187 1. A. M., Haverford Coll., 

1878). [Sci. 

b. Gtn., Phila., 1851. s. John S. Haines and Mary Drinker Cope. 

Entered as a post-graduate student 1872, and left 1875. Analytical chemist. 

Mem. Franklin Instit., Phila. Has contributed many papers to scientific 

journals, m. Sophia Phelps, dau. George Hartshome. Address, Haines, 

cor. Chew Sts., Gtn., Phila. 
WILLIAM COLEMAN HALL. [Sci. 

b. Muncy Farms, now "Halls," Penna., Mch. 21, 1S51. s. James Hall 

and Mary Johns Craig. Entered 1869, and left during the Junior year. 

A. -ir. Lawyer. See Rodmayi Family. Address, Muncy, Lycoming co., 

Penna. 
tJAMES MORRISON HARRIS. [Arts 

b. Phila., Feb. 8, 1854; d. New Castle, Del., Mch. 19, 1886. s. George 

W. Harris and Ellen Reed. Entered 1869, and left at the close of Soph. 

year. Clk. in Penna. R. R. Office. Phila. Mem. U. S. Exploring Exped. 

under Lieut. Wheeler, U. S. A. Engaged in mercantile business in Phila., 

1883. 
+ RICHARD WISTAR HOPKINSON. [Arts 

b. Phila., July 21, 1852 ; d. Phila., Dec. 30, i88r. s. Joseph Hopkinson, 

Surg. U. S. N., and Sarah Wistar. Entered as a partial student 1869, and 

left during the Soph. year. 
JOSEPH JENKINS. [Arts 

b. Camden, N. J., Oct. 16, 185 1. s. . Entered as a partial student 

1869, and left during the Fresh, year. 



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OLIVER ELDREDGE McCLELLAN. [5ci. 

b. Phila., Aug. 3, 1853. S.John Hill Brinton McClellan, M. D. (Class 
1841), and Maria Eldredge. Entered 1869, and left at the close of Fresh, 
year. Z. ■i. Civil engr., and supdt. Harrisburg Div. Penna. R. R. m. 
Emilie, dau. John Davis, Phila. Address, "The Lincoln," 1222 Locust St., 
Phila. 

GEORGE WILLIAM McDONALD. [Sci. 

Entered as a partial student 1873, and left May 7, 1873. Address, 708 
N, Forty-third St., Phila. 

HENRY MADEIRA. [Arts 

b. Phila., Dec. 24, 1854. s. Louis Cephas Madeira and Adeline Laura 

Powell. Entered 1869, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Clerk. Since 

1873 engaged in ins. business. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo. Address, 

723 Pine St., Phila. 

+ HORATIO STEWART PADDOCK. [Arts 

b. East Liberty, Penna., Apr. 4, 1853; d. Phila., Feb., 1873. s. Rev. 
William Hemans Perry Paddock and Laura Stewart. Entered 1869, and 
left at the close of Soph. year. 

GEORGE NORRIS PEPPER. [Arts 

b. Phila., Oct. 18, 1852. s. Henry Pepper and Sally Norris. Entered 
as a partial student 1869, and left 1870. Z. t. See Keith. Address, 1907 
Spruce St., Phila. 

CLAYTON PLATT. [Arts 

b. Phila., Mch. 5, 1852. s. Charles Piatt (Class 1846) and Laura New- 
bold. Entered 1869, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. '^. Studied 
one year each at Yale, and at Trinity Coll., Conn. Engaged in ins. business, 
m. Jessie H., dau. Jesse G. Keator. Address, 16 Exchange Place, N. Y. City. 

t ROBERT RALSTON REED. [Arts 

b. Phila., ; d. N. Y. City, Nov. 3, 18S7. s. Hon. William Bradford 

Reed, LL. D. (Class 1822), Prof. Am. Hist., and Mary Love Ralston. En- 
tered 1869, and left at the close of Fresh, year. A. 1-. 

FRANK GREGORY ROGERS. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Mch. 23, 1852. s. Charles H. Rogers and Julia Thomas. 
Entered 1869, and left during Fresh, year. Z. ■^. Cashier Tradesmen's 
Nat. Bank, Phila. Address, 2126 Spruce St., Phila. 

CHARLES ROWLAND. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Aug. 16, 1851. s. William Rowland and Elizabeth Harvey. 
Entered 1869, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Z. ■t. Manufacturer, 
m. Anna, dau. Edward Burrows. Address, Gowen Ave., Mt. Airy, Phila. 

fSAMUEL ROWLAND WARRINGTON RULON. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Feb. 10, 1855; d. Phila., Sept. 7, 1881. s. Samuel A. Rulon 
and Rebecca Rowland Warrington. Entered 1869, and left during Soph, 
year. A. *. Merchant, m. Josephine, dau. John B. Koons, Phila. 

WILLIAM RUDOLPH SMITH. [Arts 

b. Phila., Oct. 13, 1851. s. Thomas Duncan Smith and Sarah Wurts 
Bams. Entered as a partial student 1869, and left during Soph. year. 
Mem. Philo. Z. ^. Awarded Fresh. Declam. prize equally with Randal 
Morgan. Student in Law Dept. Lawyer. Mem. Penna. Soc. Sons of Revo, 
m. Elizabeth R., dau. George Bailey. See ATichael Hillee^as and his 
Descdts. by Mrs. E. St. C. Whitney. Address, 2029 Pine St., Phila. 



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JOHN EWING SPEER (A. B.,Coll. N. J., 1873. A. M., Coll. N. J., 1876). [Arts 
b. San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 23, 1853. s. Rev. William Speer, D. D., 
and Elizabeth Breading Ewing. Entered 1869, and left at the close of Soph. 
year. Law>-er. Sec. Republican State Conv., 1884. m. Cornelia Brecken- 
ridge, dau. John S. Kuhn, M. D. Address, 157 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, 
Penna. 

JAMES NEWTON STONE, JR. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Dec. 27, 1851. s. James Newton Stoneand Sarah Williamson. 

Entered 1869, and left at the close of first term Fresh, year. Student in Law 

Dept., 1871. Z. t. Lawyer, m. Mary E., dau. Maj. -Gen. Ebenezer Warren 

Sturdevant. Address, 258 So. Twenty-first St., Phila. 

RUSSELL THAYER. [Arts 

b. Phila., Dec. 24, 1852. s. Hon. Martin Russell Thayer f Class 1840) 
and Sophia Dallas Watmough. Entered as a partial student 1869, and left 
during the Fresh, year. A. ■f. Was graduated at LT. S. Mil. Acad., West 
Point, 1S74. Soldier. Civil engineer. 2d Lieut, and Asst. Instr. Artill., 
U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point; Asst. Engr. Penna. R. R.; Chief Engr. and 
Supdt. Faimiount Park, Phila., 1874 to date. Brig.-Gen. 2d Brigade N. G. 
Penna., 1S75-77 ; Lieut.-Col. and Inspec. of the Div. N. G. Penna. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1875; Am. Soc. Civil Engrs.; Victoria Instit. Gt. Br.; 
Catholic Cong., Chicago, 1893. Author " Movements of Troops in Cities in 
cases of Riot and Insurrection ;" " Earthquakes ;" " Secondary Batteries ;" 
"Aerial Navigation;" "Public and Private Parks of Europe." m. Mary 
Homer, dau. Fitz-Eugene Dixon. See A'eiih. Address, Ridgeland, W. 
Park, Phila. 

NATHAN TROTTER. [Sci. 

b. Phila., Dec. 20, 1852. s. William Henry Trotter and M. Louise Farr. 
Entered 1870, and left during the Soph. year. A. t. Merchant, m. Annie, 
dau. S. W. Cannell. Address, 2214 Trinity Place, Phila. 

JESSE WILLIAMSON, JR. (M. D., JefF. Med. Coll., 1873). [Sci. 

b. Phila., Apr. 26, 1853. s. Jesse Williamson, Jr., and Mar>- Anderson. 

Entered 1869, and left at the close of Fresh, year. Z. *. Physician. Fell. 

Coll. Phys. Phila., 1878. m. Sophia Watmough, dau. Hon. Martin Russell 

Thayer (Class 1840). Address, 817 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Spgs., Col. 

fMAHLON WILLIAMSON, JR. [Art5 

b. ; d. Phila., . s. . Entered 1869, and died during his 

studentship. Mem. Philo. 

WILLIAM von ALBADE WILLIAMSON, LL. B., 1874- [Sci. 

b. Phila., Mch. 20, 1851. s. Jesse Williamson, Jr., and Mary Anderson. 
Entered 1869, and left during Junior year, Apr., 1872. Mem. Philo. Z. t. 
Lawyer. Deputy clerk U. S. Circuit Ct., Phila., 1876-91. Clerk U. S. Cir- 
cuit Ct. of Appeals, 2d Circt., 1891 to date. m. Maria Elizabeth, dau. 
Samuel McLean. Address, Narberth P. O., Montg. co., Penna. 

fCHARLES JAMES WILLS. [Arts 

b. N. Y. City, Feb. 3, 1855 ; d. N. Y. City, Nov. 28, 1892. s. Frank 
Wills and Almy Wame Casey. Entered 1869, and left during the Soph, 
year. Mem. Philo. Awarded Fresh. Gr. prize. Salesman. Manufacturer. 
From 1890 until his death he devoted himself to mission work in the interests 
of the P. E. Ch. in N. Y. Citv, and had charge of the Epiphany House in 
Stanton St. and the " Tee-To-Tum " in Essex St. m. Marion, dau. Charles 
Dudley Freeman. 

1874. 

WILLIAM HENDERSON ALLISON, A. B. A. M. 

b. Phila., Nov. 19, 1852. s. Hon. Joseph Allison, LL. D., and Mar- 
garetta Perrine. Entered 1870. Z. *. Address, 4207 Walnut St., Phila. 



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+ CHARLES ALBERT ASHBURNER, B. S. M.S., 1877. D. Sci., 18S9. 

b. Phila., Feb. 9, 1854 ; d. Pittsburgh, Penna., Dec. 24, 1889. s. Alger- 
non Eyre Ashburner and Sarah Blakiston. Entered 1870. Awarded Fresh. 
Mechan. Drawing prize. Moderator Philo. Class Vice-Pres., and Chmn. of 
Exec. Com. Geologist. Aide U. S. A. Engr. Corps on survey of Delaware 
River fr. Easton to Trenton, 1872, and U. S. Lighthouse Service Survey in 
Penna., 1874 ; asst. geologist in Penna. surveys, 1875-79 '. geologist in charge 
of survey of anthracite coal fields, 1880-84 ; asst. in charge of coal statistics 
U. S. Geol. Survey, 1884-88; geologist in charge of Geol. Surv. Penna., 
1885-87 • asst. geologist of bituminous coal fields Geol. Surv. Penna., 
1888; engr. and geologist Fuel-Gas and Electric Eng. Co., Pittsburgh, 
Penna., 1887-88. He made, in addition, private surveys in Nova Scotia, 
Province of Quebec, and in the Middle, Western and Southern States. Mem. 
Am. Phil. Soc, 1880; Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.; Am. Instit. Mining Engrs. ; 
Am. Soc. Naturalists; Am. Soc. Mechan. Engrs.; Am. Assn. Adv. Sci.; 
hony. mem. Lackawanna Instit. Sci.; Franklin Instit., York, Penna.; 
Trinity Hist. Soc; corres. mem. Wyoming Hist, and Geol. Soc. Author 
"The Anthracite Coal Beds of Penna.;" "The Geology of Natural Gas in 
Penna. and N. Y. ;" " The Geology of Natural Gas ;" " Methods in Practi- 
cal Geology;" "American Petroleum, etc.;" "Grand Geological Atlas, 
Anthracite Coal Fields of Penna. ;" the article "Agricultural Geology" m 
Am. reprint Encyc. Britannica, vol. vii ; etc. etc. m. Roberta M. John, 
Pottsville, Penna. See Memoir by Arthur Winslow in Am. Geologist, 
Aug., i8go, and by Prof. J. P. Lesley [Class 1838) in Proc. Am. Phil. Soc, 
Feb. , '1890, and in Trans. Am. Instit. Mining Engrs. , Feb. , i8go. Allibone. 

LOUiS FITZ GERALD BENSON, A. B. A.M. 

b. Phila., July 22, 1855. s. Gustavus Smith Benson (Class 1823) and 
Margaretta Fitz Gerald Dale. Entered 1870. Mem. Zelo. Awarded Junior 
Phil, prize. Class orator. He delivered the Master's oration. Was grad- 
uated at Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., 1887. Lawyer, and practiced until 
1884; since then Presb. clergyman, and pastor Ch. of the Redeemer, Gtn., 
Phila. m. Caroline Perot, dau. Ebenezer Burgess Warren, Phila. Address, 
Wister St. opposite Clarkson Ave., Gtn., Phila. 

fCHAUNCEY AUGUSTUS BOCKOVEN, A. B. A.M. 

b. Seneca Falls, N. Y.. Sept. 16, 1850; d. Chicago, 111., Apr. 25, 1891. _s. 

George W. Bockoven and . Entered 1870. Awarded Alumni Junior 

Declam. prize. 
GEORGE HENRY CHRISTIAN, JR., B.S. . . 

b. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 27, 1854. s. George Henry Christian and 

Rebecca Clark. Entered 1870. Mem. Philo. Builder of gas works. Mem. 

Ohio Gas Light Assn. Address, Norwalk, Huron co., Ohio. 
tJOHN EVANS CREW, A. B. A.M. 

b. Phila., Sept. 10, 1855 ; d. Phila., Jan. 3, 1878. s. Henry Crew and 

Eleanor Jones. Entered 1870. Mem. Zelo. Teacher. 
FRANCIS ALOYSIUS CUNNINGHAM, B.S. (A. B., Georgetown Univ., D. C, 

1872. A.M., Georgetown Univ., 1874.) 

b. Phila., June 2, 1852. s. Peter Francis Cunningham and Emma Chase 

Odiome. Entered Junior Class 1872. Mem. Philo. Student in Law Dept., 

1878-79. Awarded gold medal in Philosophy and silver medals in Chem. 

and Physics Georgetown Univ., 1872. Civil engr. until 1879; since then 

lav^ryer. Bookseller and publisher. Mem. Am. Assn. Adv. Sci.; Acad. Nat. 

Sci. Phila.; Franklin Instit., Phila. See Campbell's Hist. Hiber. Soc, 

Phila. Address, 1613 Wallace St., Phila. 
CHRISTIAN GODFREY FISCHER, A. B. A.M. 

b. Burgstall, Wiirtemberg, May 11, 1852. s. Frederick Fischer and 

Dorothea Holzwarth. Entered 1870. Was graduated at Theol. Sem. Evan. 

Luth Ch Phila., 1877. Luth. clergyman, and pastor St. Thomas', Gtn., 

Phila"., 1877-83 ; and Elizabeth, N. J., 1883 to date. m. Emily, dau. George 

Eisenhardt. Address, 34 Port St., Elizabeth, N. J. 



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samuel wilson fisher, b. s. 

b. Phila., Sept. 25, 1853. s. Co