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THIRTY -EIGHTH YEAR OF THE 
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UTICA, N. Y. 
CURTISS & CHILDS. BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS 

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SAMUEL EELLS, 

LORENZO LATHAM, 

OLIVER ANDREW MORSE, 

HENRY LEMUEL STORRS, 

JOHN CURTLSS UNDERWOOD. 



A, Q. 

SAMUEL EELLS, . - . . 

GILES MUMFORD HILLYER, - 
HENRY NOBLE DAY, - - - 
JOSEPH PARISH THOMPSON, - 
RICHARD SALTER STORRS, Jr., - 
THEODORE WILLIAM DWIGHT, 
EDWARD NORTH, ... - 
JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN, 



Hamilton, 


1832. 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Hudson, 


1840. 


Yale, 


1838. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1840. 


Hamilton, 


1841. 


BOWDOIN, 


1852. 



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Chaptei^. 



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Hamilton Chapter. 

Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y. 

Miami Chapter. 

Miami University, Oxford, O. 

Urban Chapter. 

New York University, New York City. 

Columbia Chapter. 

Columbia College, New York City. 

Amherst Chapter. 

Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. 

Brunonian Chapter. 

Brown University, Providence, R. I. 

Harvard Chapter. 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Yale Chapter. 

Yale College, New Haven, Conn. 

Geneva Chapter. 

HoBART College, Geneva, N. Y. 

Bowdoin Chapter. 

BowDOiN College, Brunswick, Me. 

Hudson Chapter. 

Western Reserve College, Hudson, O. 



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Peninsular Chapter. 

Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Dartmouth Chapter. 

Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. 

Roohester Chapter. 

Rochester University, Rochester, N. Y. 

Alabama Chapter. 

Alabama University, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Williams Chapter. 

Williams College, Williamstown, Mass, 

Manhattan Chapter. 

College of the City of New York. 

Mlddletown Chapter. 

Weslevan University, Middletown, Coxn. 

Kenyon Chapter. 

Kenvon College, Gambiek, O. 

Union Chapter. 

Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Cumberland Chapter. 

Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. 

Cornell Chapter. 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 



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Gl\ADUATE ChAPTEI\S. 

Cincinnati, O., 1846. 

Cleveland, O., 1866. 

Chicago, III., 1867. 

New York City, 1868. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-two. 

•Hon. SAMUEL EELLS, 2*. .4. A'. Cincinnati, O. 

Died March 13, 1842. 

♦Lorenzo Latham, EM. Natchez, Miss. 

Hon. John Curtiss Underwood, EII. Richmond, Va. 
Auditor U. S. Treasury, 
Judge U, S. District Court. 

Hon. Othniel Samuel Williams, 0,A. Clinton, N. V. 

Treas. Hamilton College. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-three. 



Charles Avery, LL. D. 

Prof. Hamilton College. 

♦Marcus Catlin, 

Prof. Hamilton College. 
♦Edward Parker Handy, 
Charles Kilbourn, 
Hon. Oliver Andrew Morse, 

Rep. U. S. Congress, 

♦Lorenzo Parsons, 
Oren Root, LL. D., 

Prof. Hamilton College. 

♦Rev. Henry Lemuel Storrs, 



1\9. Clinton, N. Y. 

7/ A, Clinton, N. Y. 

F.Z. Utica, N. Y. 

A.}\ St. Mary's, Wis. 

F.Q, New York City. 



Z,E. Westfield, N. Y- 
ZT. Clinton, N. Y. 

E.B. Yonkers, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-four. 



♦Mellville M. Adams, 
♦Hervey Leicester Coe, 



3L0. Pompey, N. Y. 
E,e. Le Roy, N. Y. 



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•Hon. John Goddard Hinckley, 
•Rev. John Finley Smith, 

Prof. Hamilton College. 

Hamilton Spencer, 



NJ. Westfield, N. Y. 
A'.r. Clinton, N. Y. 

A'Z, Bloomington, 111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-five. 



Hon. Nathaniel Bennett, 
Frederick Augustus Coe, 
Calvert Comstock, 
•Henry Mandeville, D. D., 

Prof. Hamilton College. 

Hon. Anson Stow Miller, LL.D., 
Rev. James Augustus Platt, 
Rev. Lemuel Strong Pomerov, 
Thomas Wright, 



N,n. San Francisco, Cal. 

PS. New York City. 

E.P. Rome, N. Y. 

A'± Mobile, Ala. 

E.8. Rockford, 111. 

E,A. Skaneateles, N. Y. 

I,r. Cortlandville, N. Y. 

O.E. Chicago, 111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-six. 



♦Thomas Parker Adams, 
Moses Mears Bagg, M. D., 
William Henry Clark, 
Daniel Huntington, 

Pres. National Academy of Design. 

♦Hon. John Martin Keep, 
James Otis Morse, Jr., 
Hon. Truman H. Wheeler, 

State Senator. 
♦Seth Tryon Wilbur, 



irA. Waterford, N. Y. 

O.E. Utica, N. Y. 

A.N. Detroit, Mich. 

N.Z. New York City. 

P.r. Beloit, Wis. 

M.Q. New York City. 

A. 6. Delhi, N. Y. 

EX. Genoa, N, Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-seven. 

Philip Fraser, f.d. Montrose, Pa. 

George Yates Gilbert, r.P. New York City. 

Rev. Cornelius William Gillam, O.Z, Springville, N. Y. 



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Hamilton Chapter, 



Hon. Amos K. Hadley, 
Speaker N. Y. Assembly. 

Rev. Theodore B. Lyman, D. D., 
Charles Dudley Miller, 
Rev. John H. Raymond, LL. D., 

Prof. Rochester University, 

Pres. Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 

Pres. Vassar Female College. 



J.Z. New York City, 

F'A\ Rome, Italy. 

A'N, Peterboro, N. Y. 

AT, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. 



Rev. Samuel J. Mills Beebe, 

♦Heman B. Ely, 

Rev. Parsons Clark Hastings, 

Tut. Hamilton College. 

♦George Langford, Jr., 
*John Milton Lathrop, 
Rev. Lansing Porter, 

Capt. 75th N. Y. Volunteers. 

John W. Pratt, 

Prof. Alabama University, 

Hon. James Osborn Putnam, 

Minister to Austria. 

*Rev. Levi Ward Smith, 
Hon. James Wickes Taylor, 
*Hon. George Underwood, 
Rev. Dan*l C. Van Norman, LL. D. 

Principal Van Norman Institute. 



A,0, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A'Z, Cleveland, O. 

IJ,A. Brooklyn, L. L 

r.r. Marshall, Mich. 

0,P, Sherburne, N. Y. 

-T.iV. Auburn, N. Y. 

0. W, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Zr. Buffalo, N. Y. 

A,0, Germantown, Pa. 

E,Z St. Paul, Min. 

r.J. Auburn, N. Y. 

AJL New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 

L0, New Orleans, La. 



*Ira Adams, 

*Rev. Seymour W. Adams, D. D., E,Y, 

Rev. Amos Delos Gridley, I,A, 

Panett Marshall Hastings, M.D. M,I, 

Prof. Hamilton College. 

Rev. Charles Jerome, 



Cleveland, O. 
Clinton, N. Y. 
Hartford, Conn. 



A'O. Clinton, N. Y. 



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Alpha Delta Phi. 



•Charles James Lynde, 

Hon. Wm. Pitt Lynde, 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

♦Charles S. Rice, 
Rev. Horace Winslow, 



A,X, Homer, N. Y. 

.1.5. Milwaukee, Wis. 

I,B, New Orleans, La. 

0,1], Binghamton, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 

Henry A. Brigham, A' J, West Troy, N. Y. 

Theodore W. Dwight, LL. D., F'O, New York City. 
Prof. Hamilton College, 
Prof. Law, Columbia College, 
Pres. University Club. 

Hon. Glenni William Scofield, N.W, Warren, Pa. 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

♦Joseph Sackett Sherwood, F'E' Auburn, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. 

Hon. William J. Bacon, LL. D., ZB, Utica, N. Y. 
Edward North, 



Prof. Greek Language and Litera- 
ture, Hamilton College. 

*Rev. Linus Mead Peck, 



rr Clinton, N. Y. 



LA, Cazenovia, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred 

Thomas Gold Frost, 

Norton Asa Halbert, 

♦Cotton Mather Kendrick, 

*Rev. Stephen Franklin Otis, 

Charles Ashbel Parsons, 

Hon. Theodore Medad Pomeroy, 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

Jared Sidney Torrance, 

*Hon. Ashbel Parsons Willard, 

Governor of Indiana. 



and Forty-two. 


ira. 


Galesburgh, III. 


N.h. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


A'E. 


Hamilton, N. Y. 


E.G. 


De Ruyter, N. Y. 


E.I. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


o.r. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


A'^F, 


New York City. 


E.A. 


Indianapolis, Ind. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Forty-three. 



Andrew Dexter, 

Frederic Gridley, 

Rev. William Delos Love, 

Robert Mark Richardson, 
Colonel N. Y. Volunteers. 

Alfred B. Street, 

New York State Librarian. 

Henry Hunn Thompson, 



P.A, Utica, N. Y. 

P.O, Buffalo, N. Y. 

J.)'. Milwaukee, Wis. 

F.^. Syracuse, N. Y. 

7 "J. Albany, N. Y. 

/;./! New Berne, N. C. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Forty-four. 



*Rev. Edwin Hall Crane, 

Rev. James Eells, D. D., 

*Rev. Loren Eaton Haven, 

* Harvey Hubbard, 

George William Jackson, 

*Ira Newton Jerome, 

De Witt Rexford, 

Albert Backus Roberts, 

Hon. Richard Kingsbury Sanford, 
N. Y. State Senator. 

Hon. John Sayles, 



Fl. Beirut, Asia. 

A.^. Cleveland^ O. 

TSl. Ningpo, China. 

P.X Norwich, N. Y. 

E.Z.. Farrowsville, Va. 

N.S, Iowa City, la. 

A.T. Janesville, Wis. 

I^.X. Canastota, N. Y. 

A. A, Fulton, N. Y. 

- . M. Benham , Texas. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-five. 



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Everett Case, 

Hou.George Washington Cowles 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

John Horton Daniels, 

Sumner Stowe Ely, 

Samuel Gurley Love, 

Theodore Stewart Parsons, 

George Oscar Rathbun, 

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1\E. 


Vernon, N. Y. 


i:m 


Clyde, N. Y. 


0.1\ 


Wilmington, 111. 


E.Y. 


New York City. 


U'A. 


Jamestown, N. Y 


r.j. 


Fulton, N. Y. 


E'P. 


Auburn, N. Y. 









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Eighteen Hundred and Forty-six. 

Ilii. Clinton, N. Y. 



♦Henry Plait Bristol, 

Tut. Hamilton College. 

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Levi Parsons Coman, 

Captain Ohio Volunteers. 

Dan Parmelee Eells, 
DeWitt Langford, 
Alexander Spauldinc;, 

Collector of Internal Revenue. 



2'./' Newark, (). 

FJl\ Cleveland, O. 

I. A, Westmoreland, N. V. 

J.A'. New York Citv. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven. 



♦Rev. Homer Bartlett Morcjan, li,V' 

♦Rev. William W. Robinson, K'X. 

Hon. John Thomas Spriggs, TJ\ 

Mayor of Utica. 

♦Rev. Joseph Walworth Sutphen, //7. 

Amos Underwood, Jr. K,Q, 



Constantinople, Turkey. 
Penn Yan, N. Y. 
Utica, N. Y. 

Marrsovan, Asia Minor. 
Phelps, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred 

♦Rev. Nathan Allen, 
Hon. Joseph Strong Avery, 
♦Samuel Allen Bennett, 
Benjamin C. Ely, 
Henry Giles Miller, 
Rev. JosiAH Wilcox North, 
Rev. Edward F. Baxter Orton, 

Prof, of Natural Sciences in 
Antioch College. 

Edward Allen Sheldon, 

Principal of Oswego Normal School. 



and Forty-eight. 

A, P. Springville, N. Y. 

O.IL Clinton, N. Y. 

A.E. St. Louis, Mo. 

N.J. Gerard, Pa. 

AY. Chicago, 111. 

WO. Middletown, Conn. 

A.}!. Yellow Springs, O. 

JJi. Oswego, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



Lewis Alexander Brigham, 
Archibald Henry Campbell, 



E.Z, New York City. 
J'Z. Chicago, 111. 




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Rev. Francis F. Ellinwood, D. D., I,E 
James Solomon Gardner, Ph. D., 0,9, 

Principal Whitestown Seminaty. 

Hon. Martin Luther Kimball, 
State Senator, Wisconsin. 

Rev. Welcome Lewis, 
Rev. Andrew Bigelow Morse, 
♦Randolph De Forest Sanders, 
Alvan Tennev, 



H'X, 

A.A, 

o.r. 

E,¥. 



New York City. 
Whitesboro, N. Y, 



A,E, Berlin, Wis. 



Mansfield, Mass, 
Balston, N. Y. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Pelasco, Texas. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



Uri Carruth, 


A,!, 


Vineland, N. J. 


Rev. A. M. Hopper, 


A,B, 


Hamilton, N. Y. 


ReV.JOSEPHWELTON Hu»BARD 


,LL.B.r./?. 


Le Roy, N. Y. 


C. Perry Jones, 


E.r, 


Clinton, N. Y. 


Charles Mortimer Lee, 


B'B, 


Westtown, N. Y. 


William B. Mumbrute, 


A'Z. 


Oshkosh, Wis. 


James Oscar Noyes, M. D., 


o,x. 


New Orleans, La. 


Benjamin Bradford Snow, 


B,A, 


Auburn, N. Y. 


Hon. William W. Stow, 


AT, 


San Francisco, Cal. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 



Benjamin Rush Catlin, 

Tut. Hamilton College, 
Capt. U. S. Volunteers. 

Rev. William Neal Cleveland, 

Martin Hawley, 

Rev. Thomas Boyd Hudson, 

Tut. Hamilton College, 
Chap. 75th N. Y. Volunteers. 

Walter Scott Kimball, M. D., 
James B. O. LaGrange, 
♦David Little Parmelee, 



M,E, Meridan, N. H, 

A,il, Eaton, N. Y. 

f,B, Baltimore, Md. 

B.I. North East, Pa. 

E,A, Eatontown, N. J. 

B.0. Binghamton, N. Y. 

t.A. Aurora, N. Y. 



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J. P. Jewett, N. Y. 
r/*l\ Clinton, la. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 

Rev. William Alvin Bartlett, E'Q, Chicago, 111. 
•Rev. Edward Howard Buck, 
Rev. Frederick Humphrey, 

Prof. University Iowa. 

Hon. Milton Hervey Merwin, 
Hon. Samuel Franklin Miller, 

Rep. U. S. Congress, 
Collector of Internal Revenue. 

Samuel Gardiner Williams, 



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Watertown, N. Y. 
North Franklin, N. Y. 



A,K. Ithaca, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three; 

Myron Hawley Beach, A,Y' Dubuque, la. 

Charles Duncan Gilfillan, /^'.V. 

RuFus Sheldon, P.fi. 

Prof. N. J. State Normal School, 
Prof. Mathematics Brooklyn Poly- 
technic Institute. 



St. Paul, Min. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 



William Nathan Boynton, 
Charles Smith Bundy, 
Charles Linderman, 
♦Henry Franklin Lyman, 



J'2\ Cahawba, Ala. 

lyy. Richmond, Va. 

A. P. Eau Claire, Wis. 

E.^. Cortlandville, N. Y. 



♦EDWARD CHRIS. MORGAN, J.E.K. Buffalo, N. Y. 



♦Joseph Loom is Williams, 



O.X. Hamburgh, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



Theodore Avery, 

Jordan Romans Chappel, 

Rev. William Hart, 

Chap. 19th N. Y. Volunteers. 

Seth Parsons Pratt, 
Joseph Addison Prindle, 



B'Z, Clinton, N. Y. 

OJI'\ Edwardsburg, Mich. 

E'A. Washington, D. C. 

£.//. New York Citv. 

A.0. Owego, N. Y. 




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Andrew Shuman, 

Editor Chicago Evening Journal. 

Schuyler Bliss Steere, 
*Sylvenus Aldrich Taylor, 
Rev. Milan Lester Ward, 

Eighteen Hundred 

*Eli Burlingame, 
♦Isaac Augustus Cowles, 
EDWARD CURRAN, 
♦Van Buren Dutton, 
Franklin Hervey Head, 
♦George Lobingier Horbach, 
Rev. Ariel McMaster, 
Richard Channing Moore, Jr., 
James Stewart, Jr., 



XP. Chicago; III. 






Racine, Wis. 
A,X, Cortlandville, N. Y. 
/.fi. Norwich, N. Y. 

and Fifty-six. 

ZT, Pillar Point, N. Y. 

A.Y. Syracuse, N. Y. 

AJ'K, Utica, N. Y. 

P,A. New York City. 

K.A. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

E'^ Omaha City, Neb. Ter. 

P,Z. Fly Creek, N. Y." 

P,X. Williamsport, Pa. 

I.B. San Francisco, Cal. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



♦Charles Merril Ferrin, 
Benjamin Davis Gilbert, 
Rev. Herrick Johnson, D. D., 
Rev. Charles Edward Robinson, 
William Mason Robinson, 

Capt. N. Y. Volunteers. 

Rev. James Avery Skinner, 

Tut. Hamilton College. 

Augustus Coe Van Duyn, M. D., 

Surgeon U. S. A. 

William J. Wallace, 
♦Erastus Willard, 



r./?. Watertown, N. Y. 
E.O, Utica, N. Y. 
WE' Philadelphia, Pa. 
/?'X Troy, N. Y. 

New York City. 



A'B. 

E.P. 

SB. 

EX. 
P.0. 



Arizona Ter. 

Leavenworth, Kansas. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Seymour Fenton Adams, 

Lieut. 5th N. Y. Artiller)\ 



E.L Constableville, N. V. 



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♦Charles Mortimer Davis, 
Editor Utica Morning Herald. 

Rev. William Whiting Newell, 
Charles Henry Roys, 

Capt. 117th N. Y. Volunteers. 



A.\. Utica, N. Y. 

J'^. New York City. 
in\ Lyons, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred a 

Samuel Thomas Brooks, 
•Henry Hastings Curran, 

Lieut. Col. 146th N. Y. Volunteers. 

Robert Howe Davis, 
Rev. Henry Martvn Grant, 
Warren Higley, 
Jethro Green Mitchell, 



ind Sixty-two. 






Washington, D. 


C, 


Fll. 


Utica, N. Y. 




O.A 


Utica, N. Y. 




M.X. 


Webster Groves, 


, Mo. 


I.A. 


Aurora, N. Y. 




P.<P. 


Cincinnati, 0. 





Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



A. A. Utica, N. Y. 



•William Kirkland Bacon, 
Adjt. 26th N. Y. Volunteers. 

Horace Webster Fowler, 

Lieut. i6th N. Y. Artiller}-. 

Lyman Harding, Jr., Z'l. 

Rev. Stephen Grosvenor Hopkins, T.I. 
First Lieut. 160th N. Y. Volunteers. 



F.^. New York City. 

Cincinnati, O. 
Corry, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



Henry Alanson Butler, 
WiLLARD Adams Cobb, 

Editor Dunkirk Journal. 

Philip Clinton Curran, 
William Hubbell Fisher, 
Theodore Faxton Gardner, 

Prof. Utica Free Academy. 

♦John Curtis King, 
♦Robert Wesley McIntosh, 



A.r. ClayviUe, N. Y. 

A.r Dunkirk, N. Y. 

F'E. Utica, N. Y. 

ATJ. Utica, N. Y. 

H'P. Utica, N. Y. 

EM. Port Byron, N. Y. 

O.I. Vernon, N. Y. 




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Payson Hungerford Miner, 
Frank William Plant, 
Rev. Henry Martvn Simmons, 
Henry Tompkins, 



A. 8. Rome, N. Y. 

AV/ Utica, N. Y. 

KA, Syracuse, N. Y. 

r.A. New York City 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Rev. Silas Hobart Adams, 
Rev. Dana Williams Bigelow, 
John Henry Hicok, 
Albert Phillips, 



I-yjt. Vernon, N. Y. 

A. A. Payetteville, N. Y 

AX. Homer, N. Y. 

Its. New York Citv. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Augustus Scott Campbell, 
Haynes Drake Cunningham, 

Editor Ithacan. 

Lewis Reyburn Hempstead, 
John Milton Hollev, 

U. S. Navy. 
Rev. Abel Grosvenor Hopkins, 
Chester Huntington, 

School of Mines. 

*Sextus Hungerford Knight, 

Charles Wesley Merritt, 

Charles Sterling Millard, 
Adjt. N. Y. Volunteers. 

Charles Patterson Skinner, 
William Henry Spencer, 



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Galena, 111. 

I.(P. Ithaca, N. Y. 

J:.(P. Galena, 111. 

A.X. La Crosse, Wis. 

Ji.A. Auburn, N. Y. 

r.M. New York City. 

Z'A\ Westfield, N. Y. 

-')'. East Aurora, N. Y. 

AM. Clayville, N. Y. 

lyr. Westfield, N. Y. 

ST. New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



George Elias Barger, 
David Riddle Breed, 
Edwin James Brown, 



O./f. Waterloo, la. 
J.J. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
N.Q. Oneida, N. Y. 






Samuel Jackson Fisher, 
NicHOLL Halsey, 
George Walcott Hubbell, 
Chester Jennings Lyon, 
George Henry Waggoner, 



M,S, Utica, N. Y. 

O.r, Ithaca, N. Y. 

0,K. Newark, N. J. 

A' A, Lyons Falls, N. Y. 

E.Z, Syracuse, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight, 

♦Frederick Winston Canfield, PM, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Alfred Conkling Coxe, 

Henry Everett C. Daniels, 

Charles Gardiner Egert, 

Martin Rumsey Miller, 

James Hazleton Willard, 



Samuel Farwell Bagg, 
Charles Densmore Barrows, 
Thomas Warner Fitch, 
Samuel Dumont Halliday, 
Theodore Charles Jerome, 
RoswELL Miller, 
S. Newton Dexter North, 

Eighteen Hundred 

Thomas Alden Abbott, 
Frank Herbert Bagley, 
Frederick Burchard Churchill, 
Maurice Dwight Edwards, 
Howard Freeman, 
Clarance Marian Giles, 
J. Platt Underwood, 
Wm. Haines Van Ostrand, 



A.I. 


Utica, N. Y. 


E.A. 


Wilmington, 111. 


r.o. 


Ogdensburg, N. Y. 


M.I. 


Ogdensburg, N. Y. 


I.Q. 


New York City. 


md Sixty-nine. 


M.Q. 


Utica, N. Y. 


R.H. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


M.E. 


Oneida, N. Y. 


E.P. 


Ithaca, N. Y. 


O.A. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


I.B. 


New York City. 


d'A. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


and Seventy. 


B'O. 


Utica, N. Y. 


Z'U. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


E.T. 


Rome, N. Y. 


A.r. 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


AL 


Brooklyn, L. I. 


Z.Z. 


Weedsport, N. Y. 


A.A. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


N.E. 


Newfield, N. Y. 



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James Levi Benneit, 


S.B. 


Oneida, N. Y. 


DeWi'it Johnson Brigham, 


LE, 


Watkins, N. Y. 


Frank Burchard Daniels, 


P.L 


Wilmington, 111. 


Fred Gridley Kendall, 


AB, 


Brooklyn, L. I. 


WooLSEY Rodgers Hopkins, 


O.M, 


Aubum, N. Y. 


William Reed, 


A.X. 


Lansingburg, N. Y. 


George Sprague Wyckoff, 


EJ\ 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 


Julius Irvine Bailey, 


r,K, 


Aubum, N. Y. 


Charles C. Gridley, 


irx. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


John Hampden Hopkins, 


O.X, 


Aubum, N. Y. 


Jay Hamilton Jewett, 


A,W. 


Wales Centre, N. Y. 


Edward Simeon North, 


1\(P. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


William Perry Northrup, 


A.X, 


Canastota, N. Y. 



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Robert H. Bishop, 0,M. 

Prof. Latin Language, Miami Uni- 
versity. 

Rev. Charles Elliott, D. D. A,^, 

Prof, of Bib. Lit. and Exegesis, North 
Western Theological Seminary. 

♦Hon. Samuel W. Parker, TM, 

O. N. Stoddard, LL. D., ZS, 

Prof. Nat. Science, Miami University. 



Oxford, Ohio. 

Chicago, 111. 

Connersville, Ind. 
Oxford, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-four. 



Hon. William S. Groesbeck, 
Ex-Rep. U. S. Congress. 

•Herman J. Groesbeck, 



1,1. Cincinnati, O. 
M.N, Covington, Ky. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-five. 



Hon. William Dennison, A.I. 


Washington, D. C. 


Ex-Governor of Ohio, 




Ex-Postmaster-General of U. S. 




•Horatio J. Harris, AT. 


Vicksburg, Miss. 


•Daniel Malony, A.^. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


Prof. Mod. Lang., Far. College. 




James Clement Moffatt, D. D., Z'a. 


Princeton, N. J. 


Prof. Church History, Princeton The- 




©logical Seminary. 





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♦Albert M. Fletcher, TM. Cincinnati, O, 

♦Hugh Lancaster, ffP. Hamilton, O. 



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John McCoy, 

Hon. Chauncey N. Olds, 

Samuel M. Smith, M. D., 

Prof. Starling Medical College, 
Ex-Surgeon-General of Ohio. 

♦Charles L. Telford, 
John Baylor Temple, 



M.J, Independence, Mo. 

E,Q Columbus, O. 

A,T, Columbus, O. 

B'A, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

0,T. Frankfort, Ky. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eeven. 



Robert Duncan, 


r.B. 


Fayette, Miss. 


George M. Parsons, 


P.I. 


Columbus, 0. 


Samuel Reber, 


A.r. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Rev. Robert C. Smith, 


B.¥. 


Milledgeville, Ga. 


Prof. Ogelthorpe University. 







Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. 



♦Virgil Milton Dubose, 


I.E' 


Texas. 


♦Samuel J. John, 


E.A. 


Warren Co., 


John G. Lowe, 


A'X. 


Dayton, O. 


Hugh T. Reed, 


T.r 


Liberty, Ind. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 



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William H. Birney, 


A.0. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


Jacob Butler, 


B.I. 


Muscatine, la. 


Philemon B. Ewing, 


A.r. 


Lancaster, 0. 


John R. Groesbeck, 


P.I. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


James H. Hart, 


I.N. 


Piqua, 0. 


Robert S. Holt, 


EX. 


Bardstown, Ky. 


Samuel F. McCoy, 


A.n. 


Chillicothe, 0. 


♦Hon. Joseph Miller, 


E.B. 


Chillicothe, 0. 


U. S. Judge. 




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William A. Moore, 
Henry Falsom Page, 
♦George Swan, 



E'n, Woodford Co., Ky. 
F'Z. CircleviUe, O. 
E'S, Columbus, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 



John Barr, A. M., 
William W. Belville, M. D. 
B. Wilbur Conover, 
Hon. George E. Pugh, 

Ex-United States Senator. 

Robert W. Steele, 



B.¥, Columbus, O. 

H'M. Grizzly Flat, Cal. 

B,e. Dayton, O. 

E,Y, Cincinnati, O. 

£.r. Dayton, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. 



George L. Andrew, M. D., 
Rev. John Mason Bishop, 
Charles A. Jones, 
Calvin F. Vance, 



S. G. Armor, M. D., 

Professor of Pathology and Clin. 
Med., Med. College. 

C. H. Bryan, 

Obadiah Miller Conover, 

Ex-Prof. Wisconsin University. 

Moses Peed Green, 
James S. Hibben, 
Daniel W. Iddings, 
Adam McCrea, 
E. T. Mendenhall, 
b. p. portis, 
George K. Shiel, 
Isaac Van Ansdal, 



O.e. 


La Porte, Ind. 


s.r. 


Rockville, Ind. 


A.n. 


New Orleans, La. 


H'l. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


nd Forty-two. 


Z'X. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


A'l. 


Columbus, 0. 


E.O. 


Madison, Wis. 


P.Z. 


Hannibal, Mo. 


AS, 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


A.r 


Dayton, 0. 


M.Q. 


CircleviUe, 0. 


E.I. 


Wilcox Co., Ala. 


77.J. 


Alamucha, Miss. 


E.e. 


Salem, Oregon. 


S.N. 


Dayton, 0. 



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Charles Barnes, A,V, Madison, Ind. 

*L. W. Chalfant, a, a, 

•Thomas Haire, A,A, 

Versalius Horr, EAL 

George W. Keely, ET. 

William B. Moore, SI, 

Silas Baily Walker, A, I, 



Clermont Co., O. 
Hamilton Co., O. 
Urbana, O. 
Oxford, O. 
Urbana, O. 
Sidney, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-four. 



•M. A. Brown, M. D., 
•Charles D. L. Brush, 
William Davis Gallagher, 



M,T. Circleville, O. 
A, 9, Cincinnati, O. 
AA\ Cincinnati, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-five. 



William S. Burrowes, 


ET 


Cincinnati, 0. 


Robert Paiterson Effinger, 


T,S, 


Peru, Ind. 


James S. Goode, 


A,E' 


Springfield, 0. 


James D. Kirkpatrick, 


A,K. 


Charleston, S. C 


Algernon S. Sullivan, 


P.X. 


New York City. 


Thomas Lee Wright, M. D., 


A,¥. 


Bellefontaine, O 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-six. 

James Clarke, 1,1, New York City. 

♦Charles Pinckney James, A,^, Cincinnati, O. 

♦Rev. Henry L. McGuire, WQ, Richmond, Ind. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eeven. 

Rev. John C. Bonham, 0,E, St. Louis, Mo. 

Prof. Natural Sciences, Bon. Seminary. 

Thomas A. Burrowes, S,I, New Haven, Conn. 



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M. Wade Oliver, 
Charles Stewart, M. D., 



E,^, Columbus, O. 
M.X, Cincinnati, O. 
B'l, South Easton, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-etght. 



Alexander F. Hume, 
Rev. George Lewis Kalb, 



M,A. Hamilton, O. 
rs. Bellefontaine, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



Robert C. Anderson, 
Samuel A. Bonner, 



W8, Cincinnati, O. 
A, A, Greensburg, Ind. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



♦James H. Perkins, 
Robert Stevenson Voorhis, 



I.B, Cincinnati, O. 
-T.Z. St. Louis, Mo. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 



♦Samuel Heron, 
♦Jordan A. Pugh, 



E,A, Connersville, Ind. 
A,P, Cincinnati, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



Rev. Harmar Denney, 
Milton Saylor, 
Rev. David Swing, 

Ex-Prin. Preparatory Department, 
Miami University. 



P,N, London, Eng. 
LA' Cincinnati, O. 
FK, Chicago, 111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 



Rev. James H. Brookes, D. D., 
Rev. Andrew G. Chambers, 
Rev. Pollard McMorgan, 



M,E, St. Louis, Mo. 
B.l, CoUege Hill, O. 
0,1, Rome, Pa. 



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University. 



Louis N. Bonham, 

Prin. Bonham Seminary. 

John Pursel Haire, 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 

I.E St. Louis, Mo. 



EI. Elizabethtown, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



lutellus hussey, m. d., 
John N. McClung, 
David J. Strain, 
William Taylor, 

Prin. Pub. Schools. 



ZB. Lockland, O. 

O.T. Cincinnati, O. 

T.I. Virginia, 111. 

I.E Chillicothe, O. 



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Rev. Thomas Foster Cortelyou, T.^. Montgomery, O. 
Rev. John Hussey, I.Q. Glendale, O. 

Rev. JOHN T. KILLEN, K.Y.K. Green Bay, Wis. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



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Archibald S. Dunlap, 


A.O. 


Mechanicsburg, O. 


Lewis D. Manning, 


E.E 


Cincinnati, 0. 


Warner S. Oliver, 


1.11. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


W. W. Page, 


r.B. 


Portland, Oregon. 


Nelson Saylor, 


E.A. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


Joseph L. Thornton, M. D., 


A'T. 


Cincinnati, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 

Gideon Reed Brainard, E.B. Springfield, 111. 

Jamcs S. Dewey, I.P. Pontiac, Mich. 

Rev. Edward A. Guy, A.X. Cincinnati, O. 

Robert Moore, M.1. Springfield, 111. 

*TuDOR H. Parker, P.I. Covington, Ky. 






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William V. Smeltzer, 
Rev. Joseph Crocken Snow, 
Samuel Frank Steele, 
Edgar M. Ward, 
Herbert H. Weakley, 



A'B. Troy, O. 

H'S. Auburn, Me. 

P.X. HiUsboro, O. 

/'. r. New York City. 

E,A, Dayton, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 

Rev. James Smith McDonald. M.Q, Sacramento, Cal. 

♦Duncan McDonald, AM. West Liberty, O, 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 

Rev. George Turner Crissman, 
Elijah Francis Dewey, 
Arthur Boyd Parker, 
Abram Morris Pence, 
John Riner Saylor, 
Rev. Frank Asbury Spencer, 
Walter Scoit Thomas, 
John Andrews Webb, 
Cyrus M. Wright, 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 



Y.B. 


Morrison, 111. 


LX. 


Pontiac, Mich. 


Y.T. 


Burlington, Ky. 


lU. 


Chicago, 111. 


O.A. 


Cincinnati, (). 


N.9. 


India. 


r.i. 


Troy, 0. 


A.Y' 


Cincinnati, O. 


M.e. 


Cincinnati, 0. 



Edward Nicholas Clopper, 
William Judkins Comly, 
David Wade Guy, 
Thomas Brainard Marshall, 
Hon. Archibald Mayo. 



P.^. Cumminsville, O. 

//'J. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A. II. Cincinnati, O. 

0.9. McArthur, O. 

I.W. Hamilton, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



James Polk Brown, 
Aquila J. Daugherty, 
♦Thomas Lewis Deweese, 



A, J. Dayton, O. 
A.¥, Hamilton, O. 
A.P. Troy, O. 



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♦William Woodruff Olds, 
Hiram David Peck, 
•William Irving Thomas, Jr., 



E.X. Cincinnati, O. 

IS. Columbus, O. 

/.r. Cincinnati, O. 

F*. Troy, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 

Theodore Darwin Brooks, M. D., F^^. Piqua, O. 
James Wilson McGregor, E.B, Oxford, O. 

David Bassett Snow, L¥. Harrison, O. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



William E. Guy, 

Sergeant 86th Ohio Volunteers. 

John W. Mayo, 

20th Ohio Volunteers. 

Frank Stewart Powell, 
Moses Fleming Wilson, 



A, I. Oxford, O. 

M.n. Oxford, O. 

F.A. Dayton, O. 

2*.^. Cincinnati, O. 



Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Henry C. Johnson, 
Charles Bates Montgomery, 
James E. Stewart, 



E,Q, Hillsboro, O. 
A, A, Cincinnati, O. 
TM. Cincinnati, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Carlisle Barrere, 
Samuel P. Scott, 
Charles Seely Wood, 



A,E, Hillsboro, O. 
A, A. Hillsboro, O. 
E,I, Cincinnati, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 

George Spencer Bishop, S,B, Oxford, O. 

Stephen A. Burrowes, J.B. Franklin, O. 

James Harvey Clark, P,^. Trenton, N. J. 

James Edward Platter, r,N, Xenia, O. 



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Amos Willets Wright, 



A.¥. Dayton, O. 
ZM, Springboro, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



Albert Ankenev, 


A.^, 


Alpha, 0. 


James E. Brooks, 


A.P. 


Piqua, 0. 


William G. Blynn, 


A.J, 


Columbus, 0. 


A. Raymond Byrkeit, 


M.e. 


Troy, 0. 


Joseph M. Hibben, 


F'Q! 


Hillsboro, 0. 


John B. Johnston, 


B,N, 


Hillsboro, 0. 


Alvan L. McLain, 


N,A' 


Urbana, 0. 


James L. McLain, 


E.A' 


Urbana, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Anson S. Baldwin, 
Frank S. Brooks, 
S. Mitchel Smith, 
KiRBY Smith, 
*C. Stetson Spencer, 



N.A, Atwater, O. 

1.9. Columbus, O. 

M.0. Columbus, O. 

I.Z. Hillsboro, O. 

T.I. Cincinnati, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



James Milikin McFarland, 


E.¥. 


Hamilton, 0. 


Joseph McMaken, 


n.p. 


Hamilton, 0. 


John B. Roby, 


. P.^. 


Columbus, 0. 


Harlan Page Ustick, 


A.r. 


Bloomingburg, 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



James Scott Baker, 
Robert H. Bishop, Jr., 
Edwin Campbell Martin, 



I.N. 

P.r. Oxford, O. 

E.A. Hamilton, O. 



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James Oliver Shiras, 0,N, Cincinnati, O. 

Robert Brewster Stanton, Z'I, Oxford, O. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 

Horace Ankeney, J.^. Alpha, O. 

Sylvester Lyons Bishop, E,I. Oxford, O. 



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Alexander H. Bailey, .4.71 New York City. 

David Conger, M. D., A,P, New York City. 

Frederic Hughson, /^'JV. Fishkill, N. Y. 

Rev. Robert R. Kellogg, T.0, Milford, Pa. 

Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-six. 



William A. Dod, 

Rev. James Samuel Evans, 

Henry P. Fessenden, 

A. Rhoades Van Nostrand, 

Eighteen Hundred 

William Edgar Baker, 
EuAS H. Howard, 
♦Cornelius Verbryck, ' 
Rev. Alfred A. Watson, 



3/. J. Elizabethtown, N. J. 

F'X. Middletown, N. Y. 

Z'A. Orange, N. J. 

E6, Washington, D. C. 

and Thirty-seven. 

AX New York City. 

UK Washington, N. Y. 

F.J. New York City. 

E.T, Plymouth, N. C. 



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F'X Buffalo, N. Y. 



Rt. Rev. Arthur C. Coxe, D. D., 

Bishop Western New York. 

Rev. Benjamin M. Goldsmith, 3I.I\ 

George Catlin Griswold, Jr., r,6, 

Charles Edward Milnor, P.P. 

Rev. Stephen Patterson, N,X. 

Rev. Jacob Van Nostrand, 0,Z, 



Benton, N. Y. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
Vicksburg, Miss. 
New York City. 



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Rev. Samuel Hanson Coxe, D, D., S,N, 



William E. Cramer, 
Mills Ely Lathrop, 
Rev. Raymond Hoyt Seely, 

Minister to American Chapet. 

Rev. Benjamin F. Stead, 
Emory Townsend, 



Z'T, 

PJ. 

LB. 
E.J. 



Utica, N. Y, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
New York City. 
Paris, France. 

Bridesburg, Pa. 
New York City, 



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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-slx. 



Giles Mumford Hillyer, 
Rev. JoHH Henry Hobart, 
Hon. John Jay, 

U. S. Minister to Austria. 

Henry McVickar, 
Henry Ward, Jr., 



A.fy New York City. 

N.r Geneva, N. Y. 

N.A, New York City. 

Z'J. New York City. 

P.B, New York City. 



Rev. George Gilbert Waters, F8. New York City. 



Harvey Augustus Weed, 



E.E, New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-seven. 



Rev. Charles Aldis, 
Samuel Blatchford, 
Nathaniel W. Chittenden, 
Anthony Halsey, 
William Henry Leggett, 
John McMullen, Jr., 
Rev. John Ireland Tucker, 
John Vanderbilt, Jr., 
Samuel H. Whitlock, 



I.B. New York City. 

E.P. Auburn, N. Y. 

EI' New York City. 

/^'<P Brooklyn, N. Y. 

M.A. New York City. 

O.X. New York City. 

E,I, Troy, N. Y. 

EH, New York City. 

J.J. New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. 



Benjamin T. Kissam, 
Benjamin Romaine, Jr., 
George Templeton Strong, 
Francis Marion Ward, 
Henry Hall Ward, 



N.Z. New York City. 

E,X. New York City. 

J^'S, New York City. 

A. A, New York City. 

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J. Farley Clarke, H'A. New York City. 

♦George J. Cornell, 0,A. New York City. 

James Walker Fowler, M.If. Newburg, N. Y. 

Daniel D. Lord, N.A. New York City. 

James W. Walsh, 3f.^, New York City, 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 

Gerard S. Boyse, EM. New York City. 

John Roosevelt Brown, N.J, New York City. 

Alfred G. Jones, rx. New York City. 

John Lewis, E.A. New York City. 

Rev. D WIGHT E. Lyman, /.1\ Hagerstown, Md. 

Rev. Ebenezer P. Rogers, D. D., F.T. New York City. 






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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-six. 

Rev. George M. Adams, M,S, Conway, Mass. 

Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, A' II, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles H. Branscomb, A,H. Holyoke, Mass. 

*Rev. E. Hitchcock, D. D., LL. D., Z'X. Amherst, Mass. 
Pres. Amherst College, 
Prof. Nat. Theology and Geology, 
Amherst College. 

Hon. Rev. James W. Ward, Z'Z, Madison, Wis. 

William H. Wells, .1.7'. Chicago, 111. 

Supt. Public Instruction. 

Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-seven. 



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A.E. 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


Rep. U. S. Congress. 






Rev. Edwin Elisha Bliss, 


FE. 


Constantinople, Turkey. 


Rev. Nathaniel Lynd Lord, 


AM. 


Rochester, Ind. 


*Rev. Alexander Montgomery, 


A.T. 


Beloit, Wis. 


George Bliss Morris, T.L. B., 


EA. 


Springfield, Mass. 


Rev. Joseph Peckham, 


KB. 


Kingston, Mass. 


♦William Barret Reed, M. D., 


11^. 


Amherst, Mass. 


Rev. Daniel Rice, 


A, 6. 


Lafayette, Ind. 


Rev. Joel E. Rockwell, D. D., 


E.P. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Curtis B. M. Smith, 


p.r. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


Hon. Henry W. Williams, LL. D. 

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♦Charles Emerson, 
Hon. Whiting Griswold, 
Rev. Aaron R. Livermore, 
♦Jonathan Bryan Marshall, 
Hon. Horace Maynard, LL. D., 

Prof. East Tennessee College, 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

Rev. John A. McKinstry, 

♦Rev. Austin A. Phelps, D. D., 

♦Charles Fuller Smith, 

James Smith Thayer, 

♦Charles Ellery Washburn, M.D. 

Tut. Amherst College, 
Medical Director U. S. A. 



A.Y, 
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A.P, 
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0,Z, 
A.T, 
P. A' 

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Pittsford, N. Y. 
Greenfield, Mass. 
North Mansfield, Conn. 
Milford, Conn. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Whately, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Hoosick, N. Y. 
Fredonia, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 



♦Rev. James Henry Bancroft, 

Rev. Dexter Clapp, 

Hon. Edward Bates Gillett, 

William E. Goldthwait, 

Rev. Nathaniel A. Hewitt, 

Rev. Frederic D. Huntington,D.D. 

Prof. Harvard University. 
Bishop Central New York. 

♦Rev. Horace Hutchinson, 

Rev. Daniel March, 

James Willard Preston, 

Samuel Harrison Price, 

Rev. Daniel Shephardson, 

Rev. Richard S. Storrs, Jr., D. D., 

♦George Sumner, Jr., 



i/.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


Z'0. 


Salem, Mass. 


E£. 


Westfield, Mass. 


A,B, 


Longmeadow, Mass 


FA. 


Baltimore, Md. 


A'l, 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


AS, 


Burlington, Ind. 


N.n, 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


r^. 


Boston, Mass. 


A.X. 


Greenbrier Co., Va. 


I.Af, 


Zanesville, O. 


F'E. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


FT. 


Detroit, Mich. 










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Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 



* David Reeve Arnell, 
George Kimball Crockett, 
Hon. Charles Delano, 

Rep. U. S. Congress. 

Rev. George Baker Jewett, 

Prof. Amherst College. 

Hon. Henry Martyn Spofford, 

Tut. Amherst College. 

Rev. William Ward Whipple, 



/.J. Nashville, Tenn. 

E,I. Boston, Mass. 

FP, Northampton, Mass. 

F'l, Salem, Mass. 

P,Q, New Orleans, La. 

U'B La Grange, Mo. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. 



Ephraim Ward Bond, LL. B., 
Edwin Coburn, 
Leander Muzzy Drury, 
Rev. William Ware Howland, 
Prosper Kimball Hutchinson, 
Rev. Ellis James Newlin, 

Pres. Delaware College. 

•William S. Withington, 



i4.£. A'. Springfield, Mass, 

E.O, Indianapolis, Ind. 

A,X, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

A,U, Ceylon. 

EI. Rice City, R. L 

A,B, Newark, Del. 

J'^T. Med way, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-two. 



Rev. Lauren Armsby, ZA, 

Rev. Henry Darling, D. D., N.P, 
Rev. Daniel Taggart Fisk, D. D., H'S. 

Charles Capen Hayward, £./. 

•Henry M. Humphrey, MA, 

Vincent Henry Smith, /.^. . 

Rev. Andrew Wilson, P,A, 



Fairbault, Min. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Charlestown, Mass. 
Amherst, Mass. 
Columbia, Pa. 
Watkill, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-three. 

♦RoswELL Dickinson Cook, P,B, Hadley, Mass. 

Rev. Zephaniah M. Humphrey, D.D. N.Q. Philadelphia, Pa. 




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•Nathan S. Linnell, 
Rev. David Torrey, D. D., 

Tut. Amherst College. 

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Rev. Thaddeus Wilson, 

Eighteen Hundred 

Rev. Edmund Kimball Alden, 
•Rev. Richard S. S. Dickinson, 
Rev. John Langdon Dudley, 
Rev. Charles Hammond, 
•Rev. Samuel Hunting, 
David Mather Kimball, 
Jonathan Edw*d E. Linnell, M. D 
Henry Dwight Stone, 
Russell M. Wright, 

Eighteen Hundred 

Rev. George M. Adams, 
Jerome Ripley Brigham, 
Samuel Julius Learned, 
Francis Andrew March, 

Tut. Amherst College, 
Prof. Lafayette College. 

•Rev. Jason Morse, 

•Rev. George H. Newhall, 

Rev. Abel Kingman Packard, 

Baalis Sanford, 

Henry Smith Stockbridge, 

Henry Nehemiah Wyman, LL. B. 



EB, Amherst, Mass. 

EL Ann Arbor, Mich. 

J.r. Shrewsbury, N. J. 

and Forty-four. 

F'M, South Boston, Mass. 

J.r. Philadelphia, Pa. 

r.r. Milwaukee, Wis. 

E,N, Monson, Mass. 

H'Q' Southampton, N. Y. 

Z;P, Kingston, N. Y. 

., OJL Norwich, Conn. 

EA, Worcester, Mass. 

.v./?. Easthampton, Mass. 

and Forty-five. 

M£. Portsmouth, N. H. 

3/.r. Racine, Wis. 

AT. Chicago, 111. 

LA, Easton, Pa. 

A,E, Brimfield, Mass. 

PJL Walpole, Mass. 

B,^. Anoka, Minn. 

/.J. New York City, 

i/.r. Baltimore, Md. 

, F'Y, San -Francisco, Cal. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-six. 



Edwin A. Brooks, 

♦Rev. Levi Alpheus Field, 



E,P, Philadelphia, Pa. 
HA. Marlboro, Mass. 



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E^. 



William Rowland, 

Tut. Amherst College. 

♦Leonard Humphrey, 

Tut. Amherst College. 

Rev. Salem Marsh Plimpton, 

Chap. U. S. Volunteers. 

Rev. Henry Martyn Storrs, D. D., H'P. 
George S. Woodman, M. D., O.Q. 



in. 



ZM. 



Lynn, Mass. 

Amherst, Mass. 

Wells River, Vt. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Salem, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven. 

Rev. Richard Salter Billings, F'E. Shelbume, Mass. 

*Rev. Nathaniel H. Broughton, E,Q. Boston, Mass. 

Lewis Isidore Fleming, I, A. Jacksonville, Fla. 

Rev. Timothy Stowe, F'I, New Bedford, Mass. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 

Rev. William C. Dickinson, A, I. Lake Forest, 111. 

Tut. Amherst College, 
Prof. Lind. University. 

*Rev. Samuel Fisk, 

Tut. Amherst College, 

Capt. 14th Connecticut Volunteers. 

Rev. Francis Homes, 
Samuel Fisher Miller, 

Prof. Lind. University, 
Prof. Math, and Physics, Mass. Agri- 
ricultural College. 

*John Laurens Spencer, O.Y, 

Horace W. Taylor, E'A, 



T.T. Madison, Conn. 



A.e, 



Lynn, Mass. 
Amherst, Mass. 



Amherst, Mass. 
Rockford, 111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



John Milton Emerson,. 

Tut. Amherst College. 

♦Theodore Francis French, 
♦Thomas B. Harrington, 



A 'I. New York City. 

H7, Des Moines, Iowa. 
H'M. West Chester, N. Y. 



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William W. Goodrich, //'^. 

David Osheal Hannaford, J.c. 

Brainard Timothy Harrington, H'Q, 

♦Henry D wight Root, /.-T. 

GoRHAM Train, O.A, 



New York City. 

Suflfolk, Va. 

West Chester, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 



Rev. Henry Leonidas Boltwood, A^..V. 

Chap. 65th U. S. Colored Infantry. 

Bowman Bigelow Breed, M. D., A.I\ 

Division Surgeon U. S. A. 

Edward Payson Crowell, PJ. 

Prof. Latin Lang, and Lit., Amherst 
College. 

George Dickinson Goodrich, F.J. 

Rev. John Morton Greene, O.IV. 

Tut. Amherst College. 

Rev. John Alexander Hamilton, O.T. 

Chap. 6th N. H. Volunteers. 

Richard Salter Storrs, F'I. 

Prof. Lang. Columbia Inst. 



Princeton, 111. 
Augusta, Me. 
Amherst, Mass. 

East Windsor, Conn. 
South Hadley, Mass. 

Davenport, la. 

Hartford, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 



Rev. Henry Vaughan Emmons, N.O. 

William Worthington Fowler, A.I. 
Rev. Edmund Morris Pease, M.D., 0,A. 

Tut. Amherst College, 
Surg. U. S. Colored Infantr}'. 

Ira Welch Pettibone, A.U. 

Col. loth Connecticut Volunteers. 

Rev. Horace Payson Smith, O.Z. 

•Rev. John Winn Underhill, O.A. 



Lancaster, N. H. 
New York City. 
New York City. 

Winchester, Conn. 

Franklin, Va. 

North Amherst, Mass. 



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Rev. Joseph Boardman, 

Samuel Edward Brown, 

Charles Wentworth Buck, 

♦RuFUS Choate, Jr., 

Capt. 2nd Mass. Volunteers. 

George Denison, 
Hasket Derby, M. D., 
Rev. William E. Dickinson, 
Rev. Asa Severance Fiske, 

Tut. Amherst College, 
Chap. 4th Minn. Volunteers. 

Rev. John Long Graves, 

Rev. Sylvester Henry Kelsey, 

Inst. Amherst College, 
Prof. Beloit College. 



dred and Fifty-five. 


/?./7. 


Hopkinton, Mass. 


J.J. 


Davenport, la. 


H'r, 


Somerville, Mass. 


I.E. 


Dorchester, Mass. 


E.T. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


T.e. 


Boston, Mass. 


f.Q. 


Canton, Mass. 


£.1\ 


Rockville, Conn. 


rj. 


Springfield, Mass. 


EY, T.ll. 


Rockville, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



Rev. Walter Barton, 
George Warren Copeland, 
Edward Gay, 
Thaddeus Graves, 
Charles Henry Hitchcock, 

Prof. Lafayette College. 

Stillman Rice, 

Capt. 14th Conn. Volunteers. 

Henry M. Saville, M. D., 
Surgeon U. S. A. 

♦Franklin Osgood Stiles, 

♦Rev. Amherst Lord Thompson, 

Rev. William Hayes Ward, 
Tut. Beloit College, 
Prof. Ripon College. 

William Franklin Wilder, 



A'Z. Suffield, Conn. 

rx. Boston, Mass. 

A.V. Boston, Mass. 

E'E. New York City. 

ZJ. New York City. 

3I.1\ Madison, Conn. 

I.£. Quincy, Mass. 

A'.O. Adrian, Mich. 

A. 9. Oroomiah, Persia. 

M.A. New York City. 



PN. Shelbume, Mass. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 






Rev. William Alanson Abbe, 

T. W. BiCKNELL, 

G. R. Brackett, 

* Daniel H. Breed, 

♦Francis Burt, 

Rev. William Crawford, 

Rev. Alvah Lillie Frisbee, 

Chap. 40th Conn. Volunteers. 
Joseph Kimball, 
Rev. James Pillsbury Lane, 
Rev. Henry Davenport Northup, A'M. 
James Henry Palmer, 
Rev. George Dana B. Pepper, 



EU, Boston, Mass. 
K.T. Barrington, R. I. 

Newton, Mass. 

Lynn, Mass. 

Northampton, Mass. 
M.I. Central City, Col. Ter. 
FT, Danbury, Conn. 






Andover, Mass. 

Andover, Mass. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
F'E, Jacksonville, 111. 
E,P, Newton Centre, Mass. 



Prof. Newton Theological Seminar)-. 

Theodore C. Pratt, P,T, South Weymouth, Mass. 

Rev. Henry Augustus Stevens, E:A, Nor. Bridgewater, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Rev. George Sayles Bishop, 
Rev. George Bourne Clark, 
♦Henry Giles Delano, 
Horace Smith Fuller, M. D., 
George Sumner Grosvenor, 
Henry E. Hutchinson, 
♦Sylvanus Chickering Priest, 
Rev. Lyman Sibley Rowland, 

Tut. Amherst College. 



F'l, Trenton, N. J. 

E,E, Yarmouth, Mass. 

Ld, Sunderland, Mass. 

My, Hartford, Conn. 

lA, Trenton, N. J. 

ER, Montgomery, Ala. 

A,X, Lancaster, Mass. 

FJ. Bangor, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



William Henry Barrows, 
David Beattie, 



/.X Blanford, Mass. 
A,B, Dunkirk, N. Y. 





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James Fitzgerald Claflin, 
•James Paulus French, 
William H. Goddard, 
•Thomas Augustus Lewis, 
Alexander Marcy, 
Edward Willard Pierce, 
•John Lord Hayes Ward, 



John Otis Barrows, 
Cornelius Evarts Dickinson, 
Henry Martyn Holmes, 
Rev. Joseph Brewster Little, 
George Obadiah Little, 
Benjamin W, Petiibone, 
Edward Olcott Shepard, 

Brev. Maj. 32d Mass. Volunteers. 
Rev. Francis Emory Tower, 

Prof. Newton Theological Seminary. 

James Wilson Ward, Jr., 
Horace Robbins Williams, 



AM, 


Hopkinton, Mass. 


III. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


LW. 


York, N. Y. 


r.e. 


Shutesbury, Mass. 


s.n. 


Cape Island, N. Y. 


I.E. 


New Orleans, La. 


F'Q. 


Abington, Mass. 


ndred and Sixty. 


I.P. 


Mansfield, Conn. 


J, /.J. 


Ticonderoga, N. Y. 


AT. 


Medway, Mass. 


E, 0. T. 


Lima, O. 


A'B. 


Fort Wayne, 0. 


E.G. 


Litchfield, Conn. 


P.I. 


Boston, Mass. 



P.N. Newton Centre, Mass. 

I.I. West Newbury, Mass. 
H'E. Almont, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



*■ 



John Avery, 

Prof. Amherst College. 

Edward Comstock, 

Adj. 117th Reg. N. Y. Volunteers. 

Sidney Crawford, 

Assistant Paymaster U. S. A. 

Asa Strong Hardy, 
Samuel Harrington, 

Capt. 2ist Mass. Volunteers. 

James Lewis, 

Col. 144th N. Y. Volunteers. 



F'A. New Haven, Conn. 

P.r. Rome, N. Y. 

I.W. Walton, N. Y. 

A.6. Cleveland, O. 

A. II. Paxton, Mass. 

A.X. New York City. 



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Charles Gooddell Paine, 
Elliot Sanford, LL. B., 
George White Waite, 
Aaron Warner, LL. B., 



FO. Boston, Mass. 

d.I. New York City. 

0,T, Leicester, Mass. 

NM. Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



I,A, Vemon, N. J. 



Washington Irving Allen, 

Lieut. Col. 31st Mass. Volunteers. 
Rev. Francis Joel Fairbanks, A'^^. 

Zachariah Edwards Lewis, M. D., FB, 
♦Edward Maynard, F'Z, 

Col. 6th Tenn. Volunteers, 
U. S. Consul at Turk's Island. 

William McGlathery, IT, 

George Milton Reed, FJ. 

Luther Dimmick Shepard, D. D. S., £. J. 
♦Timothy Porter Stone, T,Y, 

♦Truman Tomson, N,I, 



East Westminster, Vt. 
New York City. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Princeton, N. J. 
East Cleveland, O. 
Salem, Mass. 
Fayette, Ind. 
Amherst, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-tliree. 



♦Homer R. Barton, 
Charles M. Billings, M. D., 
Don Ferdinand Brigham, 
Austin Harris, 
Walter M. Howland, 
Parker W. McManus, 

Capt. 27th Mass. Volunteers. 

♦William P. Montelius, 
Edward C. Robbins, 
George F. Stanton, 
J. Augustus Titus, 

Capt. 64th Mass. Volunteers. 



A'A, 


Granby, Mass. 


A,!, 


Westfield, Mass. 


JT. 


New York City. 


ZB. 


East Machias, Me. 


E.A' 


Conway, Mass. 


E,Z, 


Davenport, la. 


n.p. 


Easton, Pa. 


F'X. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


0,N, 


Lowell, Mass. 


A'lh 


Worcester, Mass. 



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George Huntington Wells. 
Joseph Eells Wilder, 



r.O. Amboy, 111. 
OS. Hanover, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



Nelson F. Bond, 

Capt. 31st Mass. Volunteers. 

Whiting Sanford Crane, 
Nathan Harrington, 
Luther C. Howell, 

Capt. 31st Mass. Volunteers. 

David A. Irwin, 

Capt. I2th Fenn. Cavalry, 

E. B. Park, 

43d Mass. Volunteers. 

George H. Pratt, 
•William P. Stone, 
Henry E. Storrs, 
Edward S. Towne, 
William H. Whiting, 



E.T. Ware, Mass. 

IT A. Middletown, N. Y. 

EB, Paxton, Mass. 

P,X. Painted Post, N. Y. 

/.Z. Mifflinburg, Pa. 

A. 9. Walpole, N. H. 

n.P, Shrewsbury, Mass. 

M,N, Lafayette, Ind. 

E.J. Gottingen, Hanover. 

T.A' Hartford, Conn. 

IW St. Albans, Vt. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Asa George Abbott, 
James L. Barker, 
James L. Bishop, 
•Alfred D. Clapp, 
Orrin Cooley, 
Benjamin K. Emerson, 
George D. Gray, 
Daniel March, Jr., 
Frank W. Rockwell, M. D.; 
Joseph H. Sawyer, 



AJ. 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


A.P. 


Lawrence, Mass. 


A.I. 


New York City. 


HP. 


Deerfield, Mass. 


p.n. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


IS. 


Nashua, N. H. 


O.A. 


San Francisco, Cal. 


J.r. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


P.X. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


za. 


Easthampton, Mass. 



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Frank H. Saylor, 
Almon U. Thresher, 



J.J. Schuylkill-Haven, Pa. 
r.Z. St. Louis, Mo. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Maurice B. Blake, 
George Brayton, 
Noah S. Cooley, 

2d Lieut. Signal Corps. 

Perry Dickinson Cowan, 
Samuel J. Dike, 
Joseph Whitcomb Fairbanks, 
John French, M. D., 
•Nehemiah Hutchinson Gage, 
George Harris, Jr., 
Andrew C. Lippitt, LL. B., 
Heman Humphrey Neill, 
Stephen Dutton Noyes, 
Thomas Snell Smith, 
♦H. Wright Williams, 



A ^ 


Meriden, N. H. 


T.A. 


Princeton, N. J. 




Troy, N. Y. 


II.I. 


Princeton, N. J. 


A.B. 


Ellington, Conn. 


O.E. 


So. Hadley Falls, Mass 


A'P. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


A.e. 


Hudson, N. H. 


EO, 


Andover, Mass. 


A.X. 


New London, Conn. 


F'B. 


Princeton, N. J. 


J.J. 


Andover, Mass. 


E.B. 


Andover, Mass. 


A.X. 


Goshen, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



s?- 



Edmund Cullen Brayton, 


A.e. 


Albany, N. Y. 


John William Burgess, 


ZI. 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Francis Ellsworth Burnei-i', 


n.N. 


SouthWoodstock, Conn 


Michael Burnham, 


M.Z. 


Essex, Mass. 


Jefferson Clark, 


E.S. 


New York City. 


George Frederic Flichtner, 


0.1. 


New York City. 


Frederic William March, 


F0. 


Easthampton, Mass. 


Charles Ware Park, 


P.K. 


West Boxford, Mass. 


William Clarke Peckham, 


I.E. 


Leicester, Mass. 


James Frazer Stokes, 


R¥. 


Lebanon, Tenn. 


William Prescoit White, 


n.r. 


Princeton, N. J. 



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Albert Barnes Miller, 
Walter Wyman, 



E,X. Philadelphia, Pa, 
AZ, St. Louis, Mo. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Joseph Nathaniel Blanchard, F'X, 

Edwin Munsell Bliss, MS. 

Charles Henry Brownell, FB, 

William Crary Brownell, A' A, 

William Henry Chickering, /.//. 

George Cyril Hall, 0,N, 

George Spencer Knapp, £. J. 

Edwin K. Martin, N,Z, 

Leonard Morse, A,?, 

Theodore Moody Osborne, F'^\ 

Robert Campbell Rockwell, '/./'. 

Harry Shelby Stokes, P,^, 



Albany, N. Y. 
Constantinople, Turkey. 
Peru, Ind. 
New York City. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Columbus, O. 
Chicago, 111. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Woodstock, Conn. 
South Danvers, Mass. 
Lenox, Mass. 
Lebanon, Tenn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



George Everett Church, 
William Vail Wilson Davis, 
Gordon Robert Hall, 
John William McElhinney, 
Albert George Paine, 
Lyman May Paine, 
Charles Albert Siebert, 
Albert Henry Thompson, 



East Windsor, Conn. 
Coldwater, Mich. 
Northampton, Mass. 
Manchester, Mo. 
East Woodstock, Conn. 
East Woodstock, Conn. 
Belleville, 111. 
Searsport, Me. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-seven. 


♦James Wilmer Dallam, 


M,11, Matagorda, Texas 


Erasmus Darwin Fish, LL. B., 


EJ. Thornton, N. H. 


Hon. Edwin Noyes, 


0,Z, Waterville, Me. 


Tut. Waterville College. 




♦George Washington Peck, 


P,0. Cincinnati, O. 



Rev. Charles William Reding, B'X, Manchester, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. 

♦William Shaw Ames, 

Rev. Charles Manning Bowers, 

Hon. Charles Smith Bradley, 

Tut. Brown University, 
Chief Justice Sup. Court, R. I. 

Rev. Alfred Colburn, 
Ezra Williams Howard, 
Hon. Thomas Allen Jenckes, 

Tut. Brown University, 
Rep. U. S. Congress. 

Hon. George Van Ness Lothrop, £'^. 

Hon. Marcus Morton, LL. B., 
Judge Sup. Court, Mass. 

Henry Clay Whitaker, NJI, 



3L(P. 


Providence, R. 


L 


E.T, 


CHnton, Mass. 




A,B. 


Providence, R. 


L 


J.A^. 


Scituate, R. L 




PM. 


Providence, R. 


L 


O.A. 


Providence, R. 


L 


E'(P. 


Detroit, Mich. 




Y.3. 


Boston, Mass. 





Providence, R. I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 

♦Samuel Glover, Jr., • A.B. Cambridge, Mass. 

♦Hon. Francis E. Hoppin, LL. B., N.I. Providence, R. I. 
♦George Washington Packard, F'II. Providence, R. I. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



Rev. Samuel Brooks, 

Ling. Graec. Praeceptor. 

Nathan Wheaton Moore, 
Elijah Perry, 



AS' RoUa, Mo. 

N,I, San Francisco, Cal. 
F'L Norwich, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 

Frank Standish Bradford, M. D., /'.J. New York City. 
OsBORN Edward Bright, N.K, New York City. 

Prof. Mat. Univ. Reip. Miss. 

Edward Thompson Caswell, M. D., F'E. Providence, R. I. 
Rev. Francis Marion McAllister, M'Q. Augusta, Me. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 

Henry Augustus Allen, 

Benjamin Braman, 

Prof. Lat. Lang, and Lit. Univ. Reip. 
Mich. 

Frank Woodbridge Cheney, 

George William Curtis, 

Benjamin Franklin Davis, 

Walter Hillman, Jr., 

Prof. Mat. Univ. Reip. Miss. 

Horatio Nelson Slater, Jr., 
John Winthrop Vernon, 
Thomas Vernon, Jr., 



A'B. 


West Brookfield, 


Mass. 


N,I, 


Norton, Mass. 




P.J. 


Hartford, Conn. 




P.^. 


New York City. 




B.e. 


Nashville, Tenn. 




I.A. 


Clinton, Miss. 





J. Y, Providence, . R. I. 
FB. New York City. 
I.I:K. New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 

♦Nathan Wheaton M. Abbott, TIJ. Warren, R. I. 
David Allen Andrews, 
William Waterman Chapin, 
Cortland Hoppin, M. D., 
Joseph Darwin Long, 




F'B. Providence, R. I. 
LB. Providence, R. I. 

Providence, R. I. 

Chicago, 111. 



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•George Burgess Paine, 
Rev. Albert Hale Plumb, 
Henry Dudley Williams, 



0J\ Providence, R. I. 

E,I. Providence, R. I. 

H'A\ Chelsea, Mass. 

AV. Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



B'l, Bristol, R. I. 



Charles Henry Alden, M. D., 
Surgeon U. S. A. 

James Madison Cutts, Jr., LL. B., A,A, 

Capt. nth U. S. Infantry. 

Thomas Ewing, Jr., 1^8, 

Chief Justice, Kansas, 
Maj. General U. S. A. 

Charles Bradford Goff, A.T. 

Prin. Prep. Dep. Union College, 
Prin. Class. High School. 



Washington, D. C. 
Leavenworth, Kan. 



Providence, R. I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Alexander Thompson Britton, £,T' 

Charles Henry Childs, EM. 

Samuel Coffin Eastman, LL. B., Z'l. 

♦Charles William Gladding, H'J. 

Rev. Daniel Goodwin, A.E, 

Charles H. Hapgood, LL. B., AJ\ 

Benjamin Hale Smith, J'P. 

Rev. Augustus Woodbury, D. D., //'7'. 

Chaplain ist. Regt. R. I. D. M. 



Washington, D. C. 
Providence, R. L 
Concord, N. H. 
Providence, R. L 
Bangor, Me. 
Chicago, 111. 
Rockport, Mass. 
Providence, R. L 






Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Robert Boyle Chapman, 
Charles Lewis Colby, 
Albert Eugene Faxon, 
Samuel Turner Harris, 



0,1, Providence, R. I. 

RS, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A.T. Chicago, 111. 

A,T, Cincinnati, O. 



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Prin. Class. High School. 

Joseph Hurlbut Patten, OJ.K, Providence, R. I. 

John Meredith Read, Jr., LL. B., M,W, Albany, N. Y. 
Ad j .-General N. Y. S. M. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



Adoniram Brown Judson, M. D., Z'A, New York City. 
Surgeon U. S. N. 

Elnathan Judson, F'P, 

William Williams Keen, Jr., M. D., LI, 
Surgeon U. S. A. 

Rev. Samuel Thane Poinier, • J.fl. 

Chaplain 15th Ky. Volunteers. 

George Loring Porter, M. D., I\8, 

Surgeon U. S. A. 
♦Rev. Walter McDuffie Potter, P,I. 
♦Joseph Porter Pratt, 0,Z, 



New York City. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Providence, R. I. 

Denver City, Col. Ter. 
Lawrence, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 

Thomas Williams Bicknell, I,S, Barrington, R. I. 



Rev. Samuel White Duncan, 

Capt. 50th Mass. Volunteers. 

Rev. Adoniram Judson Gordon, 
Francis Metcalf Pond, 
Henry Kirke Porter, 
Howard Malcolm Rice, 



Y,E, Cleveland, O. 

AM. Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

P.^, Providence, R. I. 

N.I. Pittsburg, Pa. 

r'Y. Providence, R. I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



Isaac Bowen Barker, 0,1, 

Asst. Prof. Ethics U. S. Naval Acad- 
emy, 1863, 

Inst. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Brown Uni- 
versity, 1867. 

Thomas Thompson Caswell, B^Z, 

Paymaster U. S. N. 



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Norfolk, Va, 



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Albert Newell Drown, 
Rev. Edward Oliver Stevens, 
Washington Benson Trull, 

Surgeon U. S. A. 



r'B. Boston, Mass. 

P,0. San Francisco, Cal. 

EJF, Maulmain, Burmah 

f.I, Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixtytwo. 

IfU. Cincinnati, O. 



Thomas Frederic Brown, 

1st Lieut, ist. Regt. R. I. L. A. 

Rev. Henry Francis Colby, 

Joshua Mellen, 

James Henry Remington, 

Capt. 14th Regt. Invalid Corps. 

John Deshon Thurston, 



E.Q. Dayton, O. 

A' A, Wayland, Mass. 

A,A. Norfolk, Va. 

N.I, Providence, R. I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Joseph Manton Bradley, 

Charles Ray Brayton, 

Lieut. Col. 3d Regt. R. I. H. A., 
Brev. Brig. General. 

Gamaliel Lyman Dwight, 

Capt. 1st Regt. R. I. L. A. 
•William Albert Greene, 



£.Z. Providence, R. I. 

A, J. Warwick, R. I. 

A'S. Providence, R. I, 

LA, Frostburg, Md. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 

Rev. Seth Jones Axtell, Jr., 1\Q' Monroe, Mich. 

Henry Louis Hammond, M. D., 
Charles Thurber Lazell, 
Henry Bradley Miner, 
Horace Mann Willard, 



£77. Hudson City, N. J. 

iri, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

B,T' Canton, Mass, 

0,E, Bridgewater, Mass. 



Zephaniah Brown, 

Adj. 14th Regt. R. I. H. A. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 

//.r. Cincinnati, O. 



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Rev. Minor Rudd Demming, F'B, Marlboro, Mass. 

Edward Judson, d,r, Hamilton, N. Y. 

Prof. Ling. Lat. Madison University. 

Warren Richmond Perce, A,I. Providence, R. I. 

Joseph Edwin Spink, fi. 7. A'. Providence, R. I. 

William Henry Williams, LL. B., A' A, New York City. 
William Clitus Witter, 1,8. New York City. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 

HuRBERT Cutter Bullard, E'I, Annapolis, Md. 

Assist. Prof. Ethics U. S. Naval 
Academy. 

John Burton Mustin, M. D., P.Q. Philadelphia, Pa. 

John B. Gough Pidge, AE, Providence, R. I. 

Emery Huntington Porter, //.2'. Providence, R. I. 

Chas. Abr*m Gardner Thurston, E,S. Fall River, Mass. 

Laban Edwards Warren, //..I. New London, N. H. 

Inst, in Lit. and Sci. Inst. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 

Albert Allin Arnold, AJI, New York City. 

Freeborn Coggeshall, Jr., F,T Providence, R. L 

Daniel Cole, E,A' Warren, R. I. 

George Willis Duncan, E'B. Haverhill, Mass. 

Edgar Greene Durfee, J.//. New York City. 

Francis Shubael Goff, Z*.^. Providence, R. L 

Edward Lewis Osgood, J.^. Paris, France. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 

William Henry Bennett, M,^. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Frank Edward Bliss, N,I. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Henry Lyon, A,L Fall River, Mass. 

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Eugene Waterman Mason, 
William Carey Poland, 

Prin. Worcester Academy. 
Iram Nelson Smith, 



Y.T, Providence, R. I. 
A,Q Orleans, Mass. 

P,N. Fall River, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Slxty-nin^- 



♦Osgood Carney Baker, 
Frank Wilton Freeborn, 
Ray Greene Huling, 
John Skinner Hutchinson, 
Dura Pratt Morgan, 



J.Z. Providence, R. I. 

A.X. Warren, R. I. 

A,0, Providence, R. I. 

K,A. Windsor, Vt. 

F'M. New London, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Thomas Burgess, 




Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Joseph Cady Ely, 


I.^. 


Providence, R. I. 


John Mahan English, 


AIL 


Trenton, N. J. 


♦Henry Franklin Greene, 


E.T. 


Providence, R. I. 


Samuel Roseburgh Morrow, 


PS. 


Albany, N. Y. 


Alonzo Williams, 


z.r. 


Providence, R. I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Arthur Foster Bowers, 
Rice Arnold Brown, 
William Finn Mustin, 



J*"r, Clinton, Mass. 
£.71 Albion, R. I. 
31. A, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Francis Walter Barnett, 
Albert Arnold Bennett, 
Joshua Eddy Crane, Jr., 
Edwin Walter Gould, 
John Henry Mason, 



West Haven, Conn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bridgewater, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Providence, R. I. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-seven. 



John Bacon, Jr., M. D., 


Z'n, 


Boston, Mass. 


Prof. Chemistry. 






William Augustus Davis, M. D., 


JT. 


Boston, Mass. 


♦John Fenwick Eustis, M.. D., 


E.A. 


Charleston, S. C. 


Horatio Emmons Hale, 


AJ. 


Boston, Mass. 


•Charles Hayward, Jr., 


P,Z. 


Boston, Mass. 


♦Samuel Tenney Hildreth, 


T.e, 


Gloucester, Mass. 


Prof. Rhet. et Orat. 






♦Charles Stearns Wheeler, 


P.3. 


Lincoln, Mass. 


Tutor Harvard College. 






Henry Williams, Jr., 


AT. 


Boston, Macs. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. 



Rev. James Ivers T. Coolidge, 

Henry Lawrence Eustis, 
Prof. Art. Machinal. 

Nathan Hale, Jr., LL. B., 

RuFUS King, LL. B., 
Prof. Rhet. et Orat. 

Rev. George Warren Lippitt, 
James Russell Lowell, LL. B., 

Prof, of French and Spanish Lan- 
guages and Belles-Lettres, Harvard 
College. 

Charles Woodman Scates, 



AT. 


Boston, Mass. 


AT. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


T.B. 


Boston, Mass. 


I.E' 


Cincinnati, O. 


Z'X. 


Providence, R. I. 


M.Q! 


Cambridge, Mass. 


EW. 


Dover, N. H. 






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John Clark Adams, LL. B., 

Tut., Prof. Rhet. et Orat. 

Rev. Thomas Dawes, 
Samuel Eliot, S. H. S., 

President Trinity College. 
Ellicott Evans, LL. D,, 

Prof. Law, History, Civil Polity and 
Political Economy, Hamilton Coll. 

♦Samuel Eliot Guild, LL. B., 
Rev. Edward Everett Hale, 
James Gore King, Jr., 

Reip. No. Ebor. Cur. Sup. Ju. 

Rev. Samuel Longfellow, 
Caleb William Loring, LL. B., 
Alexander C. Washburn, LL. B., A, A, 



N.6. 


Boston, Mass. 


T.A. 


Boston, Mass. 


AM. 


Boston, Mass. 


E'A. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


MS, 


Boston, Mass. 


F'M. 


Worcester, Mass. 


EX 


New York City. 


Y,A. 


Cambridge, Mass, 


LI. 


Boston, Mass, 


A.A. 


Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 



William Augustus Crafts, 
♦John Francis Heath, 
John Benjamin Henck, 
Archibald Gracie King, 
Edward B. Peirson, M. D., 
William G. Russell, LL. B., 
*Rev. Joseph Coolidge Shaw, 
Rev. William Orne White, 



A.I\ 


Roxbury, Mass. 


ll'X. 


Petersburg, Va. 


Z'P, 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


A'E. 


New York City. 


n.A. 


Salem, Mass. 


A.I. 


Plymouth, Mass. 


I.Q. 


Boston, Mass. 


A.^. 


Salem, Mass. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Forty-one. 



♦Rev. James Blodgett, O.A. 

Edward Hammond Clarke, M. D., A.¥. 
Prof. Materia Medica. 

Samuel Camillus Donaldson, 



Lexington, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 



H'A. Baltimore, Md. 



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Edwin Augustus W. Harlow, M.D. F.I. 



WicKHAM Hoffman, 
Francis E. Parker, LL. B., 
♦Francis Morgan Rotch, 
♦Charles Sedgwick, Jr., 
♦Charles Francis Simmons, 



A'E. 
LI. 

A.e. 

I.T, 
I.X. 



Boston, Mass. 
New York City. 
Boston, Mass. 
Louisville, N. Y. 
Lenox, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-two. 



William Thomas Davis, 
♦Horace Appleton Haven, 
Bushrod Washington Herbert, 
Hon. David R. Jaques, LL. B., 
Rev. Samuel Johnson, 
Chauvet Edmund LaBeaume, 
James C. Merrill, Jr., LL. B., 

Tutor Harvard University. 

Stephen Henry Phillips, LL. B., 
Richard Wenman Swan, 

Prof. French and German Languages, 
Williams College. 



/.J. 


Plymouth, Mass. 


ZT. 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


P.D, 


Jefferson City, Va. 


E'3. 


New York City. 


A.I. 


Salem, Mass. 


B'Y. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


F'A. 


Boston, Mass. 


F'B. 


Salem, Mass. 


LW. 


Exeter, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-three. 



MosES Gill Cobb, LL. B., 
*JoHN Abbott Emory, 
Rev. OcTAvius B. Frothingham, 
John Lowell, LL. B., 

Rerumpub. Foed. Cur. District 
Mass. Jurid. 

Thomas Hastings Russell, 
Henry Dwight Sedgwick, 
Henry Ware, LL. B., 
*Seth Webb, 




M,I. 


Charlestown, Mass. 


B.n, 


Springfield, Mass. 


T.Q. 


New York City. 


FM. 


Boston, Mass. 


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B'P. 


Princeton, Mass. 


P.3. 


Stockbridge, Mass. 


N.P. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


E.A. 


Scituate Mass. 









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Eighteen Hundred 

James Gordon Clarke, 
George Silsbee Hale, 
Shattuck Hartwell, LL. B., 

Tutor Harvard University. 

Henry A. Johnson, LL. B., 
George Francis Parkman, LL. B. 
Horatio Justus Perry, 
Philip Howes Sears, LL. B., 

Tutor Harvard University. 

Charles Henry B. Snow, LL. B., 
♦Charles Adams Whitcomb, 

Eighteen Hundred 

♦George Samuel Emerson, 
Manning F. Force, LL. B., 
Charles Henry Glover, 
♦Francis William Greenwood, 
♦Peter Augustus Porter, 
Edward J. Pringle, 
John Phillips Reynolds, LL. B., 
Nicholas Emery Soule, M. D., 



and Forty-four. 

E,S. Nashua, N. H. 
P.I. Keene, N. H. 
E'E, Littleton, Mass. 



NM. 


New Bedford, Mass. 


, 0.x, 


Boston, Mass. 


AT, 


Keene, N. H. 


E'P. 


Dennis, Mass. 


A.E, 


Fitchburg, Mass. 


irj. 


Hancock, N. H. 



and Forty-five. 

O.J. Boston, Mass. 

N.X. Washington, D. C. 

A' I. Nantucket, Mass. 

irA, Boston, Mass. 

T.S. Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

d.P, Charleston, S. C. 

UM. Boston, Mass. 

A,T. Exeter, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-six. 



/.r. Boston, Mass! 
-T.^F. Cambridge, Mass. 



William Davis Bliss, 
Francis James Child, P. D., 

Boylston Prof, of Rhetoric and Ora- 
tory, Harvard University. 

Francis Augustus Faulkner, N.IL Keene, N. H. 

George Martin Lane, P. D., F'T, Cambridge, Mass. 

Prof. Latin Language, Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

Thomas R. Rodman, H'N, New Bedford, Mass. 




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Rev. William Ladd Ropes, 
Augustus Lord Soule, 



A, A, Cambridge, Mass. 
r.£. Exeter, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven. 



Alexander Bliss, 

♦John Marshall Edgarton, 

John Brooks Felton, LL. B., 

Tutor Harvard College. 

Chester Harding, 
Andrew Isabell Henshaw, 
James McClyment Lea, LL. B , 
Rev. Charles Lowe, 

Tutor Harvard University. 

Rev. Charles W. Munroe, 
George William Phillips, 
James Woodruff Savage, 
Rev. Francis Tiffany, 

Prof, of English Language and Lit- 
erature, Antioch College. 



E,B, Boston, Mass. 

1,F, Shirley, Mass. 

T'E, San Francisco, Cal. 

B'A, Springfield, Mass. 

iV.Z. Alabama. 

EJC. Cincinnati, O. 

EX. Exeter, N. 11. 

Z^. Boston, Mass. 

£.r. Salem, Mass. 

E,?. New York City. 
A,I, 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 



•Nathan Ames, 


r.j. 


Saugus, Mass. 


Thomas Chase, 


B'l, 


West Haverford, Pa 


Prof, of Ancient Languages, Haver- 






ford College. 






Thomas Curtis Clarke, 




Boston, Mass. 


Edwin Davenport, 


J.X 


Charlestown, Mass. 


•Alexander Hale, 


E.A, 


Boston, Mass. 


♦Henry Whitcomb Holm an, 


E,P. 


Bolton, Mass. 


Charles Greely Loring, 


r.¥. 


Boston, Mass. 


Simon Greenleaf Sanger, 


r.A. 


Dover, Mass. 


Rev. Horatio Stebbins, 


A.N. 


San Francisco, Cal. 






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George Peabody Tiffany, 
Ephraim Wood Young, 



//T. Baltimore, Md. 
AM, Bingham, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



Charles Francis Choate, Lli. B., 

Tutor Harvard University. 

Francis Buckminster Emerson, 
Charles Christopher Follen, 
♦George Gray, 
Francis Rowland, LL. B., 
♦John Lothrop Kirkland, 
Thornton K. Lothrop, LL. B., 
James Edward Oliver, 
♦James Pierce, 
Robert Barnwell Rhett, 
♦Rev. Samuel Abbot Smith, 
♦Julius Walker Stuart, 
♦Augustus Warren Whipple, 



H'B, Cambridge, Mass. 



A^.J. 


Boston, Mass. 


we. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


H'T. 


Sauquoit, N. Y. 


LI. 


New York City. 


A. IV. 


Utica, N. Y. 


H'B. 


Boston, Mass. 


U'X. 


Lynn, Mass. 


3LQ. 


Dorchester, Mass. 


o,r. 


Charieston, S. C. 


A.0. 


Peterboro, N. H. 


LE. 


Beaufort, S. C. 


HZ. 


Northboro, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 




Joseph Prevost Carr, 


Z'Y. 


.Charleston, S. C. 


James Coolidge Carter, LL. B., 


H'H. 


New York City. 


Robert Barnwell Fuller, 


O.J. 


Beaufort, S. C. 


Charles Hale, 


y V 


Alexandria, Egypt. 


Consul-General to Egypt. 






♦Henry Edson Hersey, 


E.^. 


Hingham, Mass. 


George Miller Hobbs, 


P.S. 


Waltham, Mass. 


John King, 


o.n. 


Russelville, Ky. 


Samuel Kirkman, 


K.Z. 


Florence, Ala. 


John Noble, 


A.A. 


Boston, Mass. 


♦William Sidney Thayer, 


LA. 


Alexandria, Egypt 


Consul-General to Egypt. 







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Rev. LoAMMi GooDENOw Ware, 
♦Benjamin Payson Williams, 
Frederic Dickinson Williams, 



A.E, Boston, Mass. 
H'M, Roxbury, Mass. 
E.A, Boston, Mass. 



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William Francis Allen, 

Prof. Ancient Languages, University 
of Wisconsin. 

*Rev. George Bradford, 
William Czar Bradley, 
Stanford E. Chailte, M. D., 
Charles Franklin Dunbar, 
Joseph Howard Gray, 
Rev. Henry Edward Hall, 
Christopher C. Langdell, LL. B., 
♦John Noyes Mead, 
George Otis Shattuck, LL. B., 
Frederic Winsor, M. D., 



LP, 


Madison, Wis. 


UN. 


Duxbury, Mass. 


A'l. 


Brattleboro, Vt. 


P.r. 


Natchez, Miss. 


I.O, 


Boston, Mass. 


n.T. 


New York City. 


WE. 


Providence, R. I. 


o.w. 


New York City. 


IT. 


Brattleboro, Vt. 


r,x. 


Boston, Mass. 


A.N. 


Boston, Mass. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



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Joseph Hodges Choate, LL. B., ILd. 

William G. Choate, LL. B., H'Y. 

Horace H. Coolidge, LL. B., P.I!. 

Thomas James Curtis, B'^. 

♦William Duncan McKim, J.//. 

♦George Walter Norris, P,A. 

James Bradley Thayer, LL. B., A.Z. 

Samuel L. Thorndike, LL. B., A. 8. 

Darwin Erastus Ware, LL. B., 7/7. 

Willlam Robert Ware, S. B., P. A. 

William Henry Waring, LS. 

William C. Williamson, LL. B., A.M. 



New York City. 
New York City. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Boston, Mass. 



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Edward Holmes Ammidown, 
Elbridge Jefferson Cutler, 

Prof, of Modern Languages, Harvard 
University. 

Rev. Ormond Horace Button, 
♦Wilder Dwight, LL. B., 
Charles William Eliot, 

■ Prof. Chemistry, Harvard University. 

Rev. Edward Chipman Guild, 
Adams Sherman Hill, LL. B., 
Edward Howland, 
Charles Everett Johnson, 
Joshua Kendall, 
Arthur Theodore Lyman, 
Samuel Savage Shaw, LL. B., 



AJ. 


New York City. 


B.S. 


Cambridge, Mass 


AP. 


New York City. 


A,X. 


Boston, Mass. 


I.Q. 


Boston, Mass. 


F'Z, 


Brookline, Mass. 


A.0. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


O.I. 


New York City. 


ivn. 


Boston, Mass. 


o.n. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


F.N. 


Boston, Mass. 


M.r. 


Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 



Benjamin Holloway Bailey, 


E.O. 


Portland, Me.^ 


John Chandler Bancroft, 


FA. 


Newport, R. I. 


Atherton Blight, 


rp. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Edward William Forbush, LL. B. 


,P.X. 


Bolton, Mass. 


Horace Howard Furness, 


zr 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Richard Fitch Hall, 


F'P. 


Troy, N. Y. 


♦Charles Russell Lowell, 


in. 


Boston, Mass. 


William James Potter, 


WM. 


New Bedford, Mass 


George Putnam, 


r.p. 


Boston, Mass. 


William Thorndike, 


I.E. 


Beveriy, Mass. 


Albra Wadleigh, 


B.S. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Joseph Rowe Webster, 


F'A. 


Milton, Mass. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



Francis Channing Barlow, 


^.A, 


New York City. 


Samuel Parkman Blake, 


A.S, 


Roxbury, Mass. 


Rev. Phillips Brooks, 


A.I. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


Charles Augustus Chase, 


E.A. 


Worcester, Mass. 


Channing Clapp, 


N.X. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Edward Barry Dalton, 


rx. 


New York City. 


Henry Lee Higginson, 


N.P. 


Boston, Mass. 


Benjamin Smith Lyman, 


L£. 


Northampton, Mass. 


James Tyndale Mitchell, 


31. IL 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Edwin Morton, 


FN. 


Plymouth, Mass. 


Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, 


p.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


George Carlton Sawyer, 


F'X 


Utica, N. Y. 


Principal Utica Free Academy. 






John Boies Tileston, 


E.A. 


Dorchester, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



Charles Francis Adams, 


A,E. 


Quincy, Mass. 


George Bancroft, 


U.N. 


France. 


William Wirt Burrage, 


/.1\ 


Cambridge, Mass. 


'1'homas Emerson, 


O.J. 


Winchester, Mass. 


John Edward Gardner, 


j.r. 


Exeter, N. H. 


Benjamin Morgan Harrod, 


A.Q. 


New Orleans, La. 


George Osgood Holyoke, 


V fir 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


Thomas Kinnicutt, 


31. B. 


New York City. 


♦Stephen George Perkins, 


11. B. 


Boston, Mass. 


Jeremiah Smith, 


31.^. 


Lee, N. H. 


Richard Harding Weld, 


I.E. 


Roxbury, Mass. 


Daniel Webster Wilder, 


A.I. 


Rochester, N. Y. 



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Stanton Blake, 

Sheperd Brooks, 

Ezra Dyer, 

Joseph Augustine Hale, 

Franklin Haven, 

James Jackson Higginson, 

Solomon Lincoln, 

Rev. Joseph May, 

♦James Amory Perkins, 

John Codman Ropes, 

Arthur John Clark Sowdon, 

Samuel Wells, 



Z'N, Boston, Mass. 

I,P, Boston, Mass. 

ZT. Cambridge, Mass. 

I.P, Boston, Mass. 

P.X. Boston, Mass. 

IM. Boston, Mass. 

F'Q. Salem, Mass. 

A.I, Syracuse, N. Y. 

A,P, Boston, Mass. 

0,K. Boston, Mass. 

Y,I. Cambridge, Mass. 

I,N. Portland, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



John Otis Burt, 


re. 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


Jonathan Longfellow Cilley, 


0,11, 


Cincinnati, 0. 


James Clarke Davis, 


A,II, 


Greenfield, Mass. 


Henry Walker Frost, 


p,^. 


Concord, Mass. 


James Stevenson Hall, 


E.Z, 


Troy, N. Y. 


Alfred Houston Haven, 


A,T, 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


William Frederic Milton, 


l,¥. 


West Roxbury, Mass 


Seth Miller Murdock, 


M.r, 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Edward Griffin Porter, 


F'0, 


Dorchester, Mass. 


♦Frank Howard Shore y. 


p,e. 


Dedham, Mass. 


Robert Noxon Toppan, 


E'S. 


New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 



John Torrey Morse, 
Stephen Minot Weld, 



0,D. Boston, Mass. 

T.t, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



Herman Francis Brashear, E.A' 

John Lincoln Bullard, U'Z, 

Samuel Franklin Emmons, A,B, 

Henry Weld Farrar, N.Q. 

•William Yates Gholson, A.M. 
Norwood Penrose Hallowell, m. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes, /.X 

Charles Duncan Lamb, A. A. 

Frank W. Lawrence, PM, 

♦Thomas Joseph Leaviti', T.O. 

Edward Greeley Loring, A.¥. 

♦Thomas Rodman Robeson, I.E, 

J. M. Vanderpool, VT. 



Cincinnati, O. 
Roxbury, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Bangor, Me. 
Cincinnati, O. 
New York City. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Wobum, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
New York City. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



Arthur Amory, 


A.A' 


Boston, Mass. 


Charles Boyden, 


H'B. 


Boston, Mass. 


Thomas Buckminster Curtis, 


0.0. 


Boston, Mass. 


Frank L. Gardiner, 


P.A. 


Boston, Mass. 


♦James Ingersoll Grafton, 


MJQ. 


New York City. 


Charles Edward Grinnell, 


FY. 


Baltimore, Md. 


Mayo W. Hazeltine, 


M.X. 


Boston, Mass. 


Henry Upham Jeffries, 


N.A. 


Boston, Mass. 


J. Checkley Keighler, 


A'O' 


Baltimore, Md. 


William H. Ker, 


A.r. 


Natchez, Miss. 


J. W. Labouisse, 


RA. 


New Orleans, La. 


Henry Horton M'Burney, 


N.B. 


Roxbury, Mass. 


Herbert Cowpland Mason, 


B.B. 


Boston, Mass. 


Benj. Crowninshield Mifflin, 


H'Z. 


Boston, Mass. 


Gilbert Russell Payson, 


A.I. 


Boston, Mass. 






Charles Burnham Porter, 
Henry Parker Quincy, 
John Read, 
♦Henry Ropes, 



PM Rutland, Vt. 

A'O. Dedham, Mass. 

0,J. Cambridge, Mass. 

P,V. Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Charles Waller Amory, 


iri. 


Boston, Mass. 


Robert Amory, 


OJ. 


Brookline, Mass. 


Edward Darley Boit, 


j.^. 


Roxbury, Mass. 


John Murray Brown, 


A, 6, 


Belmont, Mass. 


Charles Emerson, 


J.E. 


New York City. 


Charles Stebbins Fairchild, > 


A,N. 


Cazenovia, N. Y 


John D. W. French, 


Ah\ 


Boston, Mass. 


William Greenough, 


A'A. 


Boston, Mass. 


Edward Sturgis Grew, 


B'M. 


Boston, Mass. 


F. L. HiGGINSON, 


A,N, 


Boston, Mass. 


Charles Cabot Jackson, 


P.O, 


Boston, Mass. 


James Truesdell Kilbreth, 


M.P. 


Cincinnati, O. 


Arthur Lawrence, 


T.I. 


Boston, Mass. 


Arthur Lincoln, 


A.B. 


Hingham, Mass. 


Francis Caleb Loring, 


A.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


Amos Lawrence Mason, 


I.a. 


Boston, Mass. 


James Lewis Pearce, 


E.E. 


Maysville, Ky. 


John Collins Warren, 


N.^. 


Boston, Mass. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



Russell Nevins Bellows, 
John Binney, 
Franklin Leonard Bush, 
Richard Codman, 



i:.e. New York City. 

N.M. Philadelphia, Pa. 

K.O. Auburn, N. Y. 

r'A. Boston, Mass. 









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Edward R. Cogswell, 


A.A. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


♦Constant Freeman Davis, 


V V 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Richard Henry Derby, 


P.¥. 


Boston, Mass. 


John Alvarez Dillon, 


A'X. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


James N. Hedges, 


M.Z. 


Circleville, 0. 


Richard Jones Meconkey, 


A'd. 


West Chester, Pa. 


Peter Butler Olney, 


T.Q. 


New York City. 


Robert Shaw Perkins, 


B.A' 


Boston, Mass. 


Charles Coolidge Read, 


P.N. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


William Rotch Robeson, 


J'<P. 


Cambridge, Mass. 


Arthur George Sedgwick, 


Y.X. 


Cambridge, Mass, 


William Phillips Walley, 


A'E. 


Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Robert Hale Bancroft, 


B.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


George Blight, 


P.T. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


James R. Chadwick, 


M.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


Horatio G. CuRffis, 


O.Q. 


Boston, Mass. 


Walter Henry Dorr, 


A.N. 


Boston, Mass. 


Alfred Greenough, 


E.¥. 


Boston, Mass. 


Jabez Silas Holmes, 


Z.A. 


Bristol, R. I. 


Walter Hunnewell, 




Boston, Mass. 


George Harrison Mifflin, 


E.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


Robert R. Newell, 


B.A 




Charles Arthur Rand, 


P.I. 


Boston, Mass. 


William Lawrence Tucker, 


I.T. 


Boston, Mass. 


Henry Bigelow Williams, 


NO. 


Boston, Mass. 



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Hon. Cassius Marcellus Clay, 

U. S. Minister to Russia. 

Elias Loomis, LL. D., 

Prof. Nat. Phil, and Astronomy, 
Yale College. 

Rev. Ray Palmer, D. D., 



r.J. St. Petersburg, Russia. 
O.X, New Haven, Conn. 



E.e. Albany, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-seven. 

Henry Harramond Bagot, M. D., N,IL Society Hill, S. C. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. 



John Knowlton Bartlett, M. D., N,A. 

Rev. Robert B. Claxton, D. D., H'J. 

William Stuart Fleming, J'J. 

♦Charles James Lynde, AM. 

Hon. William Pitt Lynde, A.S. 

Rep. U. S. Congress. 



Milwaukee, Wis. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. 
Homer, N. Y. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 



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Moses Mears Bagg, M. D., 


O.E. 


Utica, N. Y. 


Rev. Walter Clarke, D. D., 


A'0. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


Frederic Augustus Coe, 


P.A, 


Yonkers, N. Y. 


George Yates Gilbert, 


r.r 


New York City. 


*Rev. Chauncey Goodrich, 


F'X. 


New Haven, Conn. 


♦William Alexander Sparks, 


U. 


Venice, Italy. 


U. S. Consul to Venice. 






♦Seth Tryon Wilbur, 


ET 


New York City. 



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Rev. James McChain, 

Rev. Whitman Peck, 

William Ball Peck, 

Carlos Fernando Ribeiro, M. D., 

♦Rev. David Tappan Stoddard, 

Tutor Yale College. 

Thomas Grosvenor Talcott, 
Rev. Joseph P. Thompson, D. D., 
Hon. Joseph Bradley Varnum, 
♦Joseph Knox Walker, 



A'Y, Abingdon, Va. 

M,A. New Haven, Conn. 

LQ. West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

Z'X. Alcantara, Brazil. 

A.I. Oroomiah, Persia. 

• 

A.0. New York City. 

I.S. New York City. 

E.O. New York City. 

UN. Washington, D. C. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 



Rev. RuFUS Putman Cutler, 
♦Abraham Evan Gwynne, 
Hon. Richard Dudley Hubbard, 
♦Watts Sherman Lynde, 
Augustus Rodney Macdonough, 
Rev. Samuel John M. Merwin, 
Rev. William Herbert Norris, 
John D. Sherwood, 
♦Rev. Levi Ward Smith, 

Chaplain U. S. Military Hospital. 

Charles Janeway Stille, 
Rev. Increase Niles Tarbox, 

Tutor Yale College. 

JosiAH DwiGHT Whitney, 

Prof. Chemistry and Mineralogy, 
Iowa University. 

♦William Perkins Williams, 



ll.O. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


E.r. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


J'J. 


Hartford, Conn. 


I.e. 


Homer, N. Y. 


rjL 


New York City. 


Z'A. 


Wilton, Mass. 


A.I. 


Woodbury, N. J. 


A.X. 


New York City. 


A.I. 


Germantown, Pa. 


A.M. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


F.A. 


West Newton. Mass. 



O.B. Northampton, Mass. 



A.F. New London, Conn. 



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St. Louis, Mo. 



William Chauvenet, LL. D., M.A, 

Prof. Math. U. S. Naval Academy, 

Annapolis, 
Pres.WashingtonUniversity, St. Louis. 

♦Stuart Wilkins Fisk, LL. B., 
Rev. Daniel March, D. D., 
Hon. John Perkins, LL. B., 

Rep. U. S. Congress. 

♦William Perkins, LL. B., 
Rev. George Richards, 

Tutor Yale College. 
Lazarus Denison Shoemaker, 
Rev. Joseph Few Smith, D. D., 

Prof. Sacred Literature, Auburn 
Theological Seminary. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. 



F'S. 


Natchez, Miss. 


AJ. 


Wobum, Mass. 


ILE. 


Tensas Parish, La. 


A,B. 


Tensas Parish, La. 


P.I. 


Bridgeport, Conn. 


P.N. 


Wilkesbarre, Pa. 


H'Q. 


Newark, N. J. 



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Hon. William T. S. Barry, I.Q. 

Rep. U. S. Congress. 

Rev. Jackson Jones Bushnell, O.H. 

Prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Beloit 
College. 

Rev. AzARiAH Eldridge, D. D., A.Z. 
Tutor Yale College. 

Rev. Joseph Emerson, FA, 

Tutor Yale College, 
Prof. Ancient Languages, Beloit Col- 
lege. 

Rev. William Tappan Eustis, A'I. 

Maunsell Bradhurst Field, E.M. 

Asst. Sec. U. S. Treasury. 

♦August Canfield Gillett, T.B. 

Charles Philip Helfenstein, B.U. 

William Law Learned, LL. B., AT. 



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Columbus, Miss. 
Beloit, Wis. 

Paris, France. 
Beloit, Wis. 



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Springfield, Mass. 
New York City. 

Washington, D. C. 
Dayton, O. 
Albany, N. Y. 



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Rev. Wm. Henry Goodrich, D. D., 1,1, 

Tutor Yale College. 

Rev. Gordon Hall, D. D., N,I, 

Tutor Yale College. 

*Hon. John Myers Huntington, 0,T. 

Judge Supreme Court, California, 
Capt. U. S. Volunteers. 

Hon. Anthony Quinton Keasby, 

Att'y-Gen. N. Jersey. 

Sanford Brown Kellogg, AT. 

Rev. William Lathrop Kingsley, J'A 
Ed. of the New Englandcr. 

♦John Frederic Nourse, V'P. 

^ John Hunter Robb, /./?. 

Hon. Eli Sims Shorter, E.X, 

Rep. U. S. Congress. 
John Warburton Skinner, 1\6. 

Henry Astor Weeks, M. D., FJI, 



Cleveland, O. 
Northampton, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 



F'P. Newark, N. J. 



St. Louis, Mo. 
New Haven, Conn. 

Boston, Mass. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Eufaula, Ala. 

St. Louis, Mo. 
New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-four. 



Henry Wadhams Buel, M. D., 
Rev. Charles Whittlesey Camp, 
♦Rev. John Townsend Coir, 
*James Linton Cunningham, 
*OswiN Hart Doolittle, 
Rev. John Welch Dulles, 
Henry Postlethwait Duncan, 
♦Robert Farris Fiske, LL. B., 
Charles Rollin Lynde, 
Rev. John McLeod, 
Rev. Charles Augustus Maison, 
•William Smith, 
Howard Smith, M. D., 



/'U 


Litchfield, Conn. 


//'2'. 


Fon du Lac, Wis. 


F'^. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


I.B, 


Fayetteville, Ga. 


P.N. 


North Haven, Conn 


0.3. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


E'E. 


New York City. 


T.Q. 


Washington, D. C. 


B'M. 


New York City. 


A'l. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


A.A. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


AT. 


Sacramento, Cal. 


O.P. 


New Orleans, La. 



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♦Jefferson Franklin Jackson, 

Rev. Edwin Johnson, 

Hon. Stephen Dwight Kellogg, 

Frederic John Kingsbury, 

Stephen Duncan Linton, 

Elihu Phinney, 

Jared Reid, 

Henry Thornton Steele, 

John Butler Talcott, LL. B., 

Tutor Yale College. 

Charles Hooper Trask, 



E.J, 

n.p. 

Z'A. 

A'L 
B,0, 



Montgomery, Ala. 
Boston, Mass. 
Waterbury, Conn. 
Waterbury, Conn. 
Natchez, Miss. 
New York City. 
Stockbridge, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 
New Britain, Conn. 



SJI. New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven. 



♦Benjamin Wisner Bacon, 
Charles Thompson Blake, 
Henry Martin Brace, 
♦William Gunton, 
♦Francis Louis Hodges, 

Tutor Yale College. 
Rev. Nathaniel Alden Hyde, 
Alfred Mills, 
♦John Munn, 

Charles Augustus Nichols, 
Rev. Alfred Plant, 
George Appleton Robbins, 
Charles Frederic Sanford, 
John Donnell Smith, 
Horatio Wildman, 



BX 


New Haven, Conn. 


P,X. 


Michigan City, Cal. 


NM. 


New York City. 


rj. 


Prince George's Co., Va. 


E'L 


New York City. 


F'B, 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


M.A. 


Morristown, N. J. 


H'P. 


Monson, Mass. 


PM. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


AJ\ 


Northampton, Mass. 


P,¥. 


New York City. 


in. 


New York City. 


r'M, 


Baltimore, Md. 


A'A, 


Sandusky, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 

Rev. Frederic Randolph Abbe, E.S. Abington, Mass. 
♦Rev. William Aitchison, MS, Shanghai, China. 

Tutor Yale College. 










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John Rockwell, 
*Rev. Augustus Walker, 
♦Charles Bill Waring, 
Erastus Hay Weiser, 



O.X, La Salle, 111. 

AT, Diarbekir, Syria. 

B,N, New York City. 

T.IL York, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



Rev. Leonard W. Bacon, M. D., 
Rev. Edward Warren Bentlev, 
Robert Bliss, 
Henry Chase, 
Henry Martin Cheavens, 
Albert Pierson Condit, 
Henry Martyn Dechert, 
William Thompson Farnham, 
George Lombard Frost, 
Leonard Addison Hendrick, 
Rev. Edward M. Jerome, LL. B., 
♦Richard Lamb, 
Sylvanus S. Mulford, M. D., 
Hubert Anson Newton, 

Tutor Yale College, 

Prof. Mathematics, Yale College. 

Hon. Ellis Henry Roberts, 

Editor and Proprietor Utica Morning 
Herald. 

Charles A. Taylor, LL. B., 
Rev. Henry Martyn Tupper, 
James Andrews Wilcox, 

Col. 113th Ohio Volunteers. 



0,A. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


A,E, 


EUinville, N. Y. 


PAL 


New York City. 


E'A. 


Lyndon, Vt. 


H'M. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


r.j. 


Newark, N. J. 


AT. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


A.P. 


New York City* 


ire. 


Mineral Point, Wis. 


O.A 


Bergen, N. J. 


p.^. 


Meriden, Conn. 


A'T. 


Norfolk, Va. 


ire. 


Newbem, N. C. 


A.P. 


New Haven, Conn. 


V V 


Utica, N. Y. 


A.e. 


New Orleans, La. 


EX. 


Waverly, 111. 


A. A. 


Columbus, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 



*Rev. Charles Alfred Baer, 
Everett Wade Bedinger, 



B'A. Philadelphia, Pa. 
P. A. Walton, Ky. 



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Henry DeWitt Beman, 
George Edward Curtis, 
William Buck Dana, 
Timothy Campbell Downie, 



N.E' 
O.Y. 
E'lL 
M.B. 



Prof. Anc. Lang, and Chem. West. 
Mil. Institute. 

Evan William Evans, H'6. 

Tutor Yale College, 
Prof. Nat. Phil, and Astron. Marietta 
College. 

•Byron Hart, M. D., F^. 

George G. Hastings, E,X, 

George Reginald H. Hughes, P.O. 

Rev. Salmon McCall, H'T. 

Robert Morris Marshall, O.M. 

Bennett Warner Morse, BT. 

Thomas Stoughton Potwin, I.N. 

Tutor Yale College. 

•Emerson Cogswell Whitney, 



Minneapolis, Minn. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Utica, N. Y. 
Tyree Springs, Tenn. 

Marietta, O. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Old Saybrook, Conn. 
Maysville, Ky. 
Plymouth HoIlow,Conn 
New Haven, Conn. 



£.J. Winchendon, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



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David Skinner Bigelow, 
Lebeus Cornelius Chapin, M. D., 

Tutor Yale College. 

William Wallace Craps, LL. B., 
Robert Elijah Day, 
Rev. Henry Edwin Dwight, 
Rev. James Harrison Dwight, 

Chap. 66th N. Y. Volunteers. 

Daniel Coit Oilman, 

Librarian Yale College, 
Prof. Phys. and Polit. Geog. Yale 
College. 

♦Archibald Falconer Gould, 
Edward Houghton, 



Z'.'l. Westchester, Conn. 

O.P. New Haven, Conn. 

A, I. New Bedford, Mass. 

O.Y. Hartford, Conn. 

E.M. Portland, Me. 

A' A. Englewood, N. J. 

A.K. New Haven, Conn. 



A'N. St. Augustine, Pla, 
A. A. HoUiston, Mass. 



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Marcus Lyon, LL. B., 
* Henry Watson McNeil, 

Col. Pennsylvania Buck tails. 

Vincent Marmaduke, 
Jonathan Lovejoy Noyes, 
William H. Redwood, 
William Leonard Rowland, 
Rev. George Blagd^ Safford, 
Henry Seymour Sanford, 
George Griswold Sill, 
William Stanley, 
Melancthon Storrs, M. D., 

Brigade Surg. U. S. A. 

George Augustus Wilcox, 



H'X, Ithaca, N. Y. 

E'A. Lodi, N. Y. 

AH. Arrow Rock, Mo. 

//'J. Hartford, Conn. 

AJ. Mobile, Ala. 

I.X. Rockford, 111. 

/?.(P. Burlington, Vt. 

A'¥, New Milford, Conn. 

Z'S. Hartford, Conn. 

I.N. New York City. 

A,U, Colchester, Conn. 

Z'B, Detroit, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Flfty*three. 



Benjamin Franklin Baer, 
Capt. i22d Pa. Volunteers. 

George William Baldwin, 

Ass't Adj.-Gen. U. S. Army. 

Rev. Wm. Frederic V. Bartlett, 

Henry Silliman Bennett, 

Edward Coke Billings, LL. B., 

Rev. Edson Lyman Clark, 

Rev. Oliver Ellsworth Cobb, 

Edward R. Dickson, 

Daniel Reily Empson, 

Rev. William Thacher Gilbert, 

William Henry Gleason, 

Delano Alexander Goddard, 

Alfred Grout, 

James Hamilton, 

Thomas Prather Nicholas, 



A.E, Lancaster, Pa, 



I.X. Worcester, Mass. 



A'6. 


Natchez, Miss. 


E.P. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


P.W. 


New Orleans, La. 


31.6. 


Dalton, Mass. 


A.N. 


East FishkiU, N. Y. 


WE. 


Glennsville, Ala. 


A.B. 


Cincinnati, O. 


JT. 


New Orleans, La. 


I.n. 


Sag Harbor, N. Y. 


O.T. 


Worcester, Mass. 


E.X. 


Boston, Mass. 


AT. 


Memphis, 'I'enn. 


O.A. 


Louisville, Ky. 



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Charles Pardee, B'U, 

Edward A. Perry, P,X. 

William R. Plunkett, * E'M, 

Leander Hubbell Potter, E,9. 

Lieut.-Col. 33d in. Volunteers, 
Prof. Illinois Soldiers' College. 

♦Charles Thomas Purnell, T.U. 

Thomas Gardner Ritch, A,P, 

John Chapin Sanders, M. D., NM. 
Pres. Western Homceopathic College. 

Rev. John C. Shackleford, F'^. 

Nathaniel Smith, T.^. 

Robert Eveleigh Taylor, E,T. 

Samuel Walker, E,T. 



New Haven, Conn. 
Richmond, Mass. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Fulton, III. 

Sunflower Co., Miss. 
Stamford, Conn. 
Cleveland, O. 

Lexington, Mo. 
Woodbury, Conn. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Key West, Fla. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



William DeWitt Alexander, 

Prof. Greek, Oahu College, 
Pres. Oahu College. 

William Ledyard Avery, 

Brev. Lieut.-Col. U. S. Volunteers. 

Addin Lewis Bishop, 
William Frederic Causey, 
Cornelius DeMarest Christie, 
Rev. Henry Nitchie Cobb, 
Martin Baum Ewing, 

Lieut.-Col. 2d O. Heavy Artillery. 

Nathan Thomas Fitch, 

William Coit Oilman, 

Rev. Hiram Lowell Howard, 
Chap. 59th Mass. Volunteers. 

Francis C. Lathrop, 

Alfred Bolivar Miller, 

George P. Taft Padelford, 



A.X. Sandwich Islands. 

AM. Cincinnati, O. 

A.r, New Haven, Conn. 

E'n. Milford, Del. 

0.¥, Jersey City, N. J. [N.Y. 

EM, Washington Hollow, 

T.8, Cincinnati, O. 

E'J. Lockport, N. Y. 

A.X. New York City. 

H'P. Odessa, Del. 

H'J. Le Roy, N. Y. 

B.n. Groton, Mass. 

T.A. Savannah, Ga. 



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Rev. Charles Ray Palmer, 


IVY' 


Salem, Mass. 


John Henry Piait, 


O.A. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Brev. Maj. U. S. Army. 






♦George Prafi', 


E.r. 


Chicago, 111. 


* George Stuart, 


E'B. 


Sherman, Conn. 


ist Lieut. 13th Inf. U. S. Army. 






Rev. William Howell Taylor, 


J'F, 


Titusville, Pa. 


Chap. 48th N. Y. Volunteers. 






William Reed Woodbridge, 


A,E, 


Vergennes, Vt. 


Stanley Trott Woodward, 


l\Il 


Wilkesbarre, Pa. 


Capt. 41st Pa. Militia. 






Rev. William Cutler Wyman, 


LA. 


New York City. 


Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 

m 


Henry Billings Brown, 


p,e. 


Detroit, Mich. 


John Mason Brown, 


:I/.A. 


Frankfort, Ky. 


Col. 45th Ky. Volunteers. 






♦Charles Edwin Bulkeley, 


El\ 


Hartford, Conn. 


Capt. 1st Conn. Heavy Artiner}\ 






Stephen Condit, 


E'S. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Rev. Hasbrouck DuBois, 


AX. 


Mott Haven, N. Y. 


George Cary Dunham, 


0,1. 


Pittsfield, Mass. 


Luke William Finlay, 


Y.M. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Julius Gay, Ph. B., 


r.A. 


Farmington, Conn. 


Rev. William James Harris, 


A.r. 


Manchester, N. H. 


Frank Hodge, M. D., 


O.II. 


Hudson, 0. 


Roland Kinzer, 


N.A. 


Lancaster, Pa. 


Rev. John Monteith, 


Z'K 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Eugene Pope Moore, 


KB. 


Frankfort, Ky. 


John Moorehead, 


A'e. 


Frankfort, Ky. 


Sidney Edwards Morse, 


J.J/. 


New York City. 


David Plunkett Richardson, 


J.r. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


♦Donald Shaw, 


J.A. 


Hamden, N. Y. 






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John Buffington Stickney, 

Capt. 34th Mass. Volunteers. 

George B. St. John, 



A' A. Boston, Mass. 
E.T. Norwalk, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Whittlesey Adams, 
Rev. Augustus Field Beard, 
Jacob Staats Burnett, 
Joseph Alonzo Christman, 

6th O. Volunteers. 

♦Frederic N. Church, 

Rev. Henry Swift DeForest, 

Tutor Yale College, 

Chap, nth Conn. Volunteers. 

Stephen Decatur Doar, M. D., 
William Emil Doster, 

Col. 5th Pa. Cavalry. 

Rev. Solomon Johnson Douglass, 
Rev. Charles Brockway Dye, 

Act. Ass't Paymaster U. S. Navy. 

Rev. Edward John Evans, 
Douglass French Forrest, 
♦Edward Thurston Fuller, 
AzARiAH Thomas Galt, 

VoLNEY HlCKOX, 

Capt. and A. de C. to Gen. Hunter. 

Lyman Davis Hodge, 
Henry Strong Huntington, 
Edward Janin, 
Dennis Bruce Lyles, 
Almon Baxter Merwin, 
George Augustus Nolen, 

Tutor Yale College. 

David Gustavus Porter, 



E'P. 


Warren, 0. 


r.p. 


Bath, Me. 


re. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


I.B. 


Evansburg, Pa. 


LM. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


LW, 


South Edmeston, N. Y. 


E.T. 


Charleston, S. C. 


AM. 


Bethlehem, Pa. 


0.0. 


Sherman, Conn. 


B.P. 


Romulus, N. Y. 


d.e. 


York, Pa. 


J.0. 


Richmond, Va. 


E.X. 


Huntington, L. I. 


IM. 


Chicago, 111. 


A.T. 


Springfield, 111. 



BT Buffalo, N. Y. 

H'S. Norwich, Conn. 

H'A. San Francisco, Cal. 

E.X. Pr. George^s Co., Md. 

A. 8. New York City. 

A.0. New Haven, Conn. 

E'E. Waterbury, Conn. 



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Electus Abijah Pratt, 

Capt. 8th U. S. Colored Infantry. 

Henry Andrews Pratt, 
Channing Richards, LL. B., 

Capt. 22d O. Volunteers. 

Eben Greenough Scott, 

ist Lieut. 5th U. S. Artillery. 

Hadyn Kellogg Smith, 

Brev. Capt. U. S. Volunteers. 

William Henry Steele, 
Charles H. Woodruff, LL. B., 

Eighteen Hundred 

Louis Henry Bristol, LL. B., 

Robert John Carpenter, 

Leonard Wilkinson Carradine, 

Joseph Aldrich Cooper, 

Rev. George Whitefield Fisher, 

Edwin Bancroft Foote, 

Rev. William Kittredge Hall, 
Chap. 17th Conn. Volunteers. 

♦Diodate Cushman Hannahs, 

Capt. 6th N. Y. Cavalry. 

Samuel Slawson Hartwell, 
Charles Henry Hatch, LL. B., 
Rev. Elijah Franklin flowE, 
Rev. James Mascarene Hubbard, 
Horatio Cheever Newhall, 
Edwin Rensselaer Reed, 
Rev. William Henry Rice, 

Chap. 129th Pa. Volunteers. 

John Wallace Riddle, 
William Jay Roberts, 

Capt. 8th Conn. Volunteers. 



A M. Plymouth Hollow, N. Y. 

A.r. Hartford, Conn. 

E'S, Cincinnati, O. 

ire. Pottsville, Pa. 

A.9. Marietta, Wis. 



IM. 


Roxbury, N. Y. 


A.r. 


New York City. 


nd Fifty-nine. 


O.T. 


New Haven, Conn. 


p.r. 


Demorestville, C. W 


EJI, 


Natchez, Miss. 


u,e. 


Edinborough, Pa. 


o,z. 


Ft. Edward, N. Y. 


N.B, 


Westbrook, Conn. 


AT. 


Boston, Mass. 



A. A. New York City. 



H'^. 


Montrose, Pa, 


An. 


New York City. 


A,B. 


South Canaan, Conn. 


E.I. 


Granville, Mass. 


Z'N. 


Galena, 111. 


A.T. 


Boston, Mass. 


HA. 


Bethlehem, Pa. 


OM. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


A'A. 


New Milford, Conn. 




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John Onins Slay, LL. B., 


re. 


Dover, Del. 




Charles Bohn Slingluff, 


LX. 


Baltimore, Md. 




Albert Arnold Sprague, 


H'B. 


Chicago, 111. 




William Augustus Stiles, 


Ell. 


Deckertown, N. J. 




Joseph Tabor Tatum, LL. B., 


i.r. 


St. Louis, Mo. 




Alfred Judd Taylor, LL. B., 


Z'A. 


New York City. 




John Shelley Weinberger, 


IJL 


Freeland, Pa. 




Rev. Thomas Bucklin Wells, 


M,T. 


Mansfield, 0. 




♦Charles Mortimer Wheeler, 


P.P. 


Canandaigua, N. Y. 




Capt. 126th N. Y. Volunteers. 








Rev. AsHER Henry Wilcox, 


1\E. 


Norwich, Conn. 




Tutor Yale College. 








Arthur Burr Wood, LL. B., 


B.^. 


Albany, N. Y. 




Arthur Williams Wright, Ph. D. 


, ze. 


New Haven, Conn, 




Tutor Yale College. 








Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 




•George Waterman Arnold, 


EJ. 


Warwick, R. L 




Serg. 1 2th R, I. Volunteers, 








Edwin Randolph Barnes, M. D., 


N.X. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 




Rev. Henry Elbert Barnes, 


yji 


Newton, la. 




Chap. 72d 111. Volunteers, 








Ferdinand Beach, M. D., 


A.N. 


Milford, Conn. 




George Louis Beers, M. D. 


P.O. 


Bridgeport, Conn. 




William Edward Bradley, 


IJf. 


New York City. 




ist Lieut. 13th Conn. Volunteers. 








Charles Henry Bunce, Ph. B., 


irr. 


Hartford, Conn. 




George Lynde Catlin, 


0.6. 


New Orleans, La. 




1st Lieut. loist N. Y. Volunteers. 








♦Henry Champion, LL. B., 


NIL 


Mankato, Minn. 




Frederick Henry Colton, M. D., 


HA. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 




Lowndes Henry Davis, LL. B., 


A. a. 


Jackson, Mo. 




Rev. Samuel Dunham, 


M.P. 


West Brookfield, Mass. 


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Rev. Edward Brown Furbish, 

Chap. 25th Me. Volunteers. 
Rev. George Hermon Griffin, 
Rev. Lucius Hopkins Higgins, 
*Rev. William Curtis Johnston, 

Chap. 13th Ky. Volunteers. 
Sidnon Thorne Keese, LL. B., 
Oliver Addison Kingsbury, 
Orlando Leach, 
William Pennington, LL. B., 
Rev. James Henry Schneider, 

Chap. 2d U. S. Infantry. 

Henry Ward Siglar, 
Samuel Reed Warren, 



E.e. New Hartford, N. Y. 

E'P. Milford, Conn. 

OT, Lenark, 111. 

£'J. Greensburg, Ky. 

0.^. New York City. 

J.iV. Middle Haddam, Conn. 

P,I. Boston, Mass. 

n,6, Paterson, N. J. 

A'B, Bridgewater, Mass. 

A' P. Newburg, N. Y. 

irz. Fayetteville, Vt. 



Eighteen Hundred 

*Rev. John Wait Barton, 
George Barnard Bonney, 
Franklin Seymour Bradley, 
Hubert Sanford Brown, 

Brcv, Lieut.-Col. U. S. Army. 

♦William Bardwell Clark, 

Capt. 22d U. S. Colored Troops. 
Ebenezer B. Convers, LL. B., 
Moulton Deforest, 

Capt. U. S. Army. 

George Delp, 

Henry Rees Durfee, LL. B., 

David William Eaves, LL. B., 

Rev. Clarence Eddy, 

Joseph Nelson Flint, 

Brev. Capt. ist N. Y. Dragoons. 

George Brett Goodall, 
Samuel Whitemore Hitchcock, 



ind Sixty-one. 

OJh Stratford, Conn. 

PM, New York City. 

A,B, New Haven, Conn. 

T.r. Chicago, 111. 

L9» Granby, Mass. 



Ij.iZ, 


New York City. 


0.0. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


E'P. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


EA, 


Palmyra, N. Y. 


A,B. 


Leavenworth, Kan. 


NAL 


Cornwall, N. Y. 


O.A. 


Canaseraga, N. Y. 



O.B. New York City. 
Z'A, Florence, Italy. 




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c City. 



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en. Conn, 
c City. 
f. Conn. 

1, Pa. 
f. Y. 
Conn, 
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S. C. 



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Rev. Herman Packard DeForest, 
John Palmer Ellis, LL. B., 
Charles Wright Ely, 

2d Lieut. 27th Conn. Volunteers. 

Joseph Lybrand Ferrell, 

Act. Asst. Paymaster U. S. Army. 

Rev. Elliot Chapin Hall, 
Francis Hunt Holmes, 
John Wesley Johnson, 
Henry Phelps Johnston, 

2d Lieut. 15th Conn. Volunteers. 

Albert Francis Judd, LL. B., 
Charles Nichols Judson, LL. B., 
Hiram Hollister Kimpton, LL. B., 
Harrison Maltzberger, LL. B., 

Capt. 195th Pa. Volunteers. 

Marion Francis Mulkey, 
Joseph Fitz Randolph, 
•Francis Norton Sterling, 

1st Lieut. 128th N. Y. Volunteers. 

Edward Collins Stone. 
Henry Wolcott Thayer, 

Lieut. U. S. Army. 

Rev. Thomas Gairdner Thurston, 
Levi Penfield Treadwell, 
Pierce Noble Welch, 



M,I, No. Bridgewater, Mass. 

/.r. Waverly, la. 

P,N, Columbus, O. 

11, B, Germantown, Pa. 

E,X, Jamestown, N. Y. 

IJL Williamsburg, Mass. 

IJI. Portland, Oregon, 

N.r, Smyrna, Turkey, 

E'P, Honolulu, Sand. Isl. 
^.//.A'.New York City. 

A'^. Norfolk, Va. 

I.W, Reading, Pa. 

0,1\ Portland, Oregon, 

n,T. Jersey City, N. J. 

P,A, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

rz, Hartford, Conn. 

NJ1, Newark, N. J. 

T,X, Honolulu, Sand. Isl. 

H'M. New Fairfield, Conn. 

LZ. New Haven, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Egbert Byron Bingham, 

Tutor Yale College. 

Erastus Blakeslee, 
Charles Carrol Blatchley, 
♦Harvey Harris Bloom, 



P.n, Scotland, Conn. 

T.L New Haven, Conn. 

-.//. New Haven, Conn. 

A.E, Norwich, N. Y. 



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Edward Munson Booth, 


rp. 


New Britain, Conn. 


Horace Bumstead, 


A.N. 


Boston, Mass. 


♦John Marshall Eldridge, 


N.E. 


Jersey City, N. J. 


Horace Webster Fowler, 


P.M. 


Utica, N. Y. 


Cyrus West Francis, 


Z'l. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Edward Brodie Glascow, 


r0. 


Wariiiinster, Pa. 


Howard Kingsbury, 


FA. 


New York City. 


Dwight Marcy, 


E'B. 


Union, Conn. 


James Buchanan Mitchell, 


E.E. 


Stratford, Conn. 


♦Uriah Nelson Parmlee, 


LP. 


Guilford, Conn. 


John Hyde Peck, 


N.n. 


Norwich, Conn. 


Charles Stuart Sheldon, 


A'B. 


Winona, Mass. 


♦Walter Hebert Smith, 


A.A. 


Guilford, Conn. 


Charles Edward Sumner, 


B'0. 


Spencer, Mass. 


Moses Hubbard Tuitle, 


E.X. 


Sheffield, Mass. 


Edmund Asa Ware, 


B'¥. 


Norwich, Conn. 


Henry Barzillai Waterman, 


A.A. 


Natick, Mass. 


Cortlandt Whitehead, 


O.T. 


Black Hawk, Colorado. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



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William Morris Austin, 


AH. 


Stratford, Conn. 


Edward Wells Bell, 


AX. 


Killingworth, Conn. 


George Whitefield Benjamin, 


O.P. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Charles Edward Booth, 


A'M. 


New York City. 


Peter Rouse Cortelyou, 


B'S. 


Hempstead, L. I. 


♦Timothy Farrar Crane, 


E'Y. 


Dorchester, Mass. 


Samuel Carter Darling, 


r.T. 


St. Stephens, N. B. 


Orson Gregory Dibble, 


1.0. 


Cortland, N. Y. 


Charles Dana T. Gibson, 


FN. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Edmund Trowbridge H. Gibson, 


Z'W. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Lewis Gregory, 


LA. 


Milton, Conn. 



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Timothy Miller Griffing, 
George Nicholas Hitchcock, 
Daniel Judson Holden, 
Thomas Hooker, 
David Gilbert Lapham, 
George F. Lewis, 
David Brainerd Lyman, 
Stephen Condit Pierson, 
Charles Greene Rockwood, 
Thomas Edward Satterthwaite, 
Edward Humphrey Semple, 
John William Sterling, 
Henry Mandeville Stille, 
Clarence William Westcott, 
Charles Mills Whittlesey, 
Edward Moore Williams, 
Gerardus Hilles Wynkoop, 



E'P. 


Riverhead, L. I. 


OJ, 


Newton, Mass. 


I.X. 


New York City. 


I.T. 


Hartford, Conn. 


A.K. 


Manchester, N. Y. 


A'lJ. 


Bridgeport; Conn. 


P.M. 


Hilo, Hawaiian IsFs. 




Hartford, Conn. 


S.3. 


Newark, N. J. 


ire. 


Belleville, N. J. 


J.B. 


Louisville, Ky. 


A'E. 


Stratford, Conn. 


p. A. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


A.T. 


Wilton, Conn. 


A. P. 


Newark, N. J. 


FN. 


Faribault, Minn. 


EA. 


Wilmington, Del. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



•Charles Douglas Anthony, 
Arthur Arnold Barrows, 
JosiAH Hooker Bissell, 
Thomas Jefferson Brown, 
tuzart bulkley, 
Simeon Baldwin Chittenden, 
Henry Churchill, 
Everett Howard Converse, 
John Lewis Ewell, 
William Lee Forsyth, 
Lyman DeHuff Gilbert, 
James Glynn Gregory, 



P.E. 


Gouvemeur, N. Y. 


F(P. 


Mansfield Centre, Conn. 


A'A. 


Chicago, 111. 


H'n. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


P.M. 


Catskill, N. Y. 


I.N. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


E.K. 


Gloversville, N. Y. 


P.E. 


Monson, Mass. 


E.P. 


Andoyer, Mass. 


rx. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


BT. 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


M.N. 


Norwalk, Conn. 



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Charles Henry Leonard, 
Henry Clay McCreary, 
Allen McLean, 
Edward Augustus S. Man, 
Payson Merrill, 
Michael Taylor Newbold, 
James Saget Norton, 
Stacy Biddle Shreve, 
Charles Henry Smith, 

Tutor Yale College. 

Walter Buchanan Smith, 
William Stocking, 
Henry Ellsworth Taintor, 
William Clitus Witter, 
John Brandagee Wood, 
Edward Marshall Wright, 



H'T, 


Southbridge, Mass. 


E'A. 


Sacramento, Cal. 


A.E, 


East Orange, N. J. 


rp. 


Jersey City, N. J. 


A.J. 


Stratham, N. H. 


ME. 


Hudson City, N. J. 


M.P. 


Chicago, 111. 


T.O. 


Mount Holly, N. J. 


r>T. 


Bierut, Syria. 


PJ. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


r'(p. 


Detroit, Mich. 


H'A. 


Hampton, Conn. 


A'N. 


Willimantic, Conn. 


A.¥. 


Morristown, N. J. 


ire. 


Granville, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Leslie Lowe Abbott, 
Alexander Dwight Anderson, 
Edward Brown Bennett, 
William Henry Bennett, 
Marcellus Bowen, 
Albertson Case, 
Edward Alexis Caswell, 
Sherman Hartwell Chapman, 
Charles Converse Chatfield, 
Cassius Marcellus Clay, 
Hamilton Cole, 
Charles Avery Collin, 
James Hewlett Cornwall, 



irii. 


Chicago, 111. 


A.E. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


E'X. 


Hartford, Conn. 


B.I. 


Hampton, Conn. 


E.n. 


Marion, 0. 


P.N. 


Southold, N. Y. 


P.A. 


New York City. 


N.n. 


Bridgeport, Conn. 


A.X. 


New Haven, Conn 


I.A. 


Paris, Ky. 


I.E. 


Claverack, N. Y. 


B'Y. 


Penn Yan, N. Y. 


Z.T. 


Patterson, N. Y. 



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James Lewis Cowles, 


J' J/. 


Farmington, Conn. 


John Kennedy Creevey, 


I\F. 


Cincinnati, O. 


Frederic Nevins Dodge, 


B'T, 


New York City. 


Ferdinand Van D. Garretson, 


A'T. 


Perth Amboy, N.J. 


Edwin Curtis Gormly, 


E.X. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


James Taylor Graves, 


y\¥. 


East Hampton, Mass. 


John Manning Hall, 


M.A. 


Willimantic, Conn. 


Charles Cornelius Heisler, 


A.E. 


Christiana, Del. 


Egbert Dushane Heisler, 


p.r. 


Christiana, Del. 


Edward Young Hincks, 


FN. 


Bridgeport, Conn. 


Charles Bulkley Jennings, 


A.l. 


New London, Conn. 


Frederic Newton Judson, 


E'A. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Lewis Lampman, 


M. mm % 


Coxsackie, N. Y. 


Leslie Lewis, 


E.A' 


Chicago, 111. 


Thomas McKinlay, 


A.Ji. 


Wappinger's Falls, N.Y, 


Isaac Pierson, 


E.r. 


Hartford, Conn. 


Abner Post, 


li.N. 


Westfield, Mass. 


Darius Parmalee Sackett, 


irA. 


Leicester, Mass. 


Samuel Benedict St. John, 


E'll. 


New Canaan, Conn. 


Richard Edward Smyth, 


IP. 


Guilford, Conn. 


Frederic Stanley Thompson, 


J.(p. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Henry Otis Whitney, 


N.n. 


WiUiston, Vt. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Cornelius Lansing Allen, 
James Monroe Allen, 
Frank Lee Baldwin, 
Casper Shrom Bigler, 
George Cotton Brainerd, 
Wallace Bruce, 
Charles Kinsey Cannon, 



AT. 


Salem, N. Y. 


E.O. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


E'A. 


Massilon, 0. 


E.N. 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


A'0. 


St. Albans, Vt. 


A'¥. 


Hillsdale, N. Y. 


AM. 


Bordentown, N. J 



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Barton Darlington Evans, 


J J/. 


West Chester, Pa. 


William Henry Ferry, 


MI. 


Chicago, 111. 


Joseph Warren Green, 


E.P. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Ira Cole Hall, 


O.A. 


Covert, N. Y. 


Francis Hunt Holmes, 


A.I. 


Williamsburg, Mass. 


Robert Allen Hume, . 


P.J. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Edward Alexander Lawrence, 


HE. 


Oxford, N. H. 


George Henry Lewis, 


i\e. 


New Britain, Conn. 


Donald MacGregor, 


N.ll. 


Albany, N. Y. 


Edward Spencer Mead, 


B'K. 


New York Qty. 


David MacGregor Means, 


K.J. 


Andover, Mass. 


Samuel Parry, Jr., 


I.E. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


William Parsons, 


A.E. 


Lock Haven, Pa. 


Thomas Wilson Pierce, 


T.^. 


West Chester, Pa. 


Edward Kirk Rawson, 


F'J. 


Albany, N. Y. 


Thomas Hamlen Robbins, 


A.J. 


Rocky Hill, Conn. 


Julius William Russell, 


irj. 


Moira, N. Y. 


William Roumage Shelton, 


E'Z. 


Bridgeport, Conn. 


Daniel Calvin Stowell, 


I.O. 


Ithaca, N. Y. 


Samuel Tweedy, 


E.e. 


Danbury, Conn. 


Henry Lucius Washburn, 


TM. 


Stafford Springs, Conn. 


Thomas Clayton Wells, 


T.A. 


Wethersfield, Conn. 


Roger Butler Williams, 


PJ\ 


Ithaca, N. Y. 


John Howard Wilson, 


FA. 


Natick, Mass. 


Douglas Dousman Wolcott, 


A.M. 


Milwaukee, Wis. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



* 



William Gaul Alger, 
Thomas Corwin Anderson, 
William Wallace Audenried, 
Alfred Bartow, 
Henry Augustus Beers, 

N 



E'A New York City. 

A.J, Mt. Sterling, Ky. 

EI. Philadelphia, Pa. 

P. A. LeRoy, N. Y. 

Z'E. Hartford, Conn. 







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William Richardson Belknap, 


jr. 


Louisville, Ky. 


Lewis Sylvester Bemis, 


A,X\ 


Chester, Mass. 


Angus Cameron, 


A'B. 


LeRoy, N. Y. 


Alexander Cameron, 


H'£. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Charles Fobes Canedy, 


A.I. 


Springfield, 111. 


Nelson Garrison Carman, 


AJ\ 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Walter Cook, 


T.N. 


New York City. 


James Horn Gilbert, 


E.e. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Daniel Jones Griffith, 


E.I. 


Flushing, N. Y. 


Charles Edward Gross, 


A.M. 


Hartford, Conn. 


Charles Brown Herrick, 


A.II. 


Salt Point, N. Y. 


John TenBroeck Hillhouse, 


B.^. 


New York City. 


William Henry Hotchkiss, 


A'^. 


New Haven, Conn. 


Charles Aurelius Hull, 


B'E. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Ely Israel Hutchinson, 


A.T. 


San Francisco, Cal. 


Beverly Jones, 


}VK 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


William Henry Lawrence Lee, 


A'O. 


New York City. 


George Stanley Sedgwick, 


P.A. 


Great Barrington, Mass. 


Arthur Shirley, 


P.I. 


New York City. 


Henry Taylor Terry, 


A.A. 


Hartford, Conn. 


John Hendrick Traynham, 


O.P. 


Chappell Hill, Texas. 


Edward Tinker Waite, 


P.A. 


Toledo, O. 


Eighteen Hundred 


and Seventy. 


Fred Allis, 


A.P. 


St. Paul, Minn. 


William James Betts, 


Z.i. 


Stamford, Conn. 


William Eights Burton, 


L.r. 


Cohoes, N. Y. 


Zachary Taylor Carpenter, 


G.X. 


New London, Conn. 


Charles Noyse Chadwick, 


P.s. 


Old Lyme, Conn. 


Joshua Milton Fiero, 


ex. 


CatskUl, N. Y. 


Charles Mercer Heald, 


P.e. 


Baltimore, Md. 


George Walker Jenkins, 


E.U. 


Boonton, N. J. 






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Frank Fanning Jewitt, 
Frederic Augustus Keep, 
Philip Lindsley, 
Algernon Sydney Logan, 
Henry Elisha Martin, 
Samuel Roseburgh Morrow, 
John Reed Nicholson, 
Thomas Trezevant Plager, 
Henry Augustus Riley, 
John Alexander Ross, 
James Matson Russell, 
James Henry Sands, 
Lauriston Livingston Scaife, 
Frederic James Syme, 
Morris Frank Tyler, 
Greenleaf Cash Wattles, 
Nathaniel Eugene Wordin, 



A,0. Faribault, Minn. 

G.X. Beloit, Wis. 

G.X, Nashville, Tenn. 

GX Philadelphia, Pa. 

GX Whitehall, N. Y. 

OX Albany, N.Y. 

S.O. Dover, Del. 

H.E, Nashville, Tenn. 

A.I, Montrose, Pa. 

F,I. Greenup, Ky. 

N.l. Paris, Ky. 

A. P. Stanfordsville, N. Y. 

S.A, Pittsburg, Pa. 

GX New Orleans, La. 

Z.fi. New Haven, Conn. 

J.^. Lapier, Mich. 

S,A. Bridgeport, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Charles Howell Board, 
Albert Porter Bradstreet, 
William Eights Burton, 
Edgar D. Coonley, 
Albert Wakefield Curtis, 
Charles Benjamin Dudley, 
Albert Egbert Janvier, 
Warner Bradley Riggs, 
Lucius Adelno Sherman, 
William Townsend, 



II'A. 


Edenville, N. Y. 


B.r. 


Thomaston, Conn. 


Z'Z. 


Cohoes, N. Y. 


p.p. 


Greenville, N. Y. 


A,A. 


Worcester, Mass. 


A.0. 


Maine, N. Y. 


E.Y. 


Lodiana, North India. 


N.^k\ 


Palmyra, N. Y. 


r.j. 


East Douglass, Mass. 


A'^. 


Walton, N. Y. 



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Alsop Lockwood Betts, -.A'. 

Nelson Francis Boucher, ^.E. 

Frank Thurston Brown, I.T. 

John Knox Brown, I.Z. 

Howard Sexton Clapp, A.H. 

Charles French, P.X, 

WiLLARD Preble Hall, Z'J, 

Benjamin L. Holt, NJI. 

Greene Kendrick, -.J. 

John Kendrick, 2*.^. 

George Edward Martin, E,0. 

Robert Wetmore O'Brien, B.B, 

Edwin Northrop Robbins, fJ, 

Frank Douglass Root, A'.Z. 

Charles Sherwood, ZM. 

Charles Cummings Stearns, A.O. 

Clement Brooke White, 0.0. 
David Johnson Halsted Wilcox, fM. 



Stamford. 
Claverack, N. Y. 
Norwich, Conn. 
Buflfalo, N. Y. 
Hartford, Conn. 
New Haven, Conn. 
St. Joseph, Mo. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Waterbury, Conn. 
Waterbury, Conn. 
Norwich, Conn. 
St. Anthony's Falls,Minn 
New Haven, Conn. 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 
Fairfield, Conn. 
West Hartfbrd, Conn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Port Richmond, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-four. 

Hon. James R. Doolittle, A^, Racine, Wis. 

U. S. Senator. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight. 

Thomas Rush Spencer, M. D., J/.^. New York City. 

Division Surgeon U. S. Army. 

Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 

*Rev. Charles Henry Platt, F^. Binghamton, N. Y. 

John Nicholas Whiting, 0,A, New York City. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 

Rev. Walter Ayrault, ll'l\ Oxford, N. Y. 

Augustus Brown Cotes, TJ. Little Fort, 111. 

*Rev. Benjamin Hale, D. D., U'A, Newburyport, Mass. 

Ex-Pres. Hobart College. 

Morse Stewart, M. D., 7'. J. Detroit, Mich. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. 

William Clarkson Johnson, E'S, Utica, N. Y. 

Rev. George Lewis Platt, O.I, Madalin, N. Y. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-two. 

Egbert Bagg, P,E, Utica, N. Y. 

Brev. Lieut.-Col. U. S. Volunteers. 



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Henry B. Horton, 
Richard Henry Lawrence, 
Samuel Holden Torrey, 
Frederic A. Whittlesey, 



E.I, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

V'l, Hagerstown, Md. 

E.Q, New Orleans, La. 

F'F. Rochester, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 



Henry C. Bankhead, F'I, 

•Jacob B. Kirby, AAL 

Rev. Carlton Peters Maples, AA\ 

Rev. Robert Nathan Parke, B.A' 

Clarence Armstrong Seward, A'Y. 

George H. Smith, M. D., E'E. 



West Point, N. Y. 
Brown ville, N. Y. 
Pomeroy, L. I. 
Waterloo, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Rockaway, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



AzEL Backus, M. D., 
Franklin Chamberlain, 

Lieut.-Col. U. S. Army. 

♦Edward Payson Clarke, 
George J. Gallagher, 
♦George M. Horton, 
Samuel W. Salisbury, 
John L. Sutherland, 



A'. J. Rochester, N. Y. 

N.A, Albany, N. Y. 

re, Franklin, N. Y. 

E'A, New York City. 

F'U. Geneva, N. Y. 

A J' Canandaigua, N. Y. 

IM. New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



Edward H. Avery, J.Z. 

William H. Church, I,X. 

Rev. George Williams Watson, F'I, 

Rev. Edward R. Wells, A,0' 



New York City. 
New York City. 
Council Bluffs, la. 
Red Wing, Minn. 



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♦Charles A. A. Bowen, M. D., 
Prof. Anat. and Phis. Hobart Col- 
lege. 

Rev. Edward Hurt Jewett, 

Thomas L. Knapp, 

Erastus Wooster Spaulding, 

♦Wilson Sturges, 



S.N. St. Catharines, C. W. 

T.M. Dayton, O. 

A.S, Peoria, 111. 

//.J. New York City. 

T.Z. Delhi, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



James Armstrong, 

Asst. Prof. Lang. Hobart College. 

♦Henry Hayes, 

Charles N. Hewitt, M. D., 
Asst. Brig. Surg. U. S. Army. 

George P. Lord, 
♦William H. Seaver, 



F.9. Davenport, la. 

F.I. Buffalo, N. Y. 

N.Q. Red Wing, Minn. 

E.f. Dundee, N. Y. 

A.r. New York City. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 

William Watts Folwell, I/.S, Venice, O. 

Charles E. Parker, J.//. 

Alexander H. Rogers, J. A. 



Oswego, N. Y. 
Sherburne, N. Y. 



James H. Tinkham, M. D., 
Asst. Surg. U. S. Nayv. 



3f.E. Oswego, N. Y. 



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♦John Sullivan Caverno, 

Rev. George Leonard Chase, 

William Evans Grove, 

George Herbert Patterson, 

Philo M. Patterson, 

Rev. John Armitage Staunton, 

Rev. William Henry Van Antwerp, A.O. Omaha, Neb. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 

George Frederic Lee, E.¥. Buffalo, N. Y. 

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N.e. 


Lockport, N. Y. 


H.A. 


Venice, O. 


u. 


Grand Rapids, Mich 


r.o. 


Southborough, Mass, 


M.X^ 


Detroit, Mich. 


r.p. 


Olean, N. Y. 



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Hon. Benjamin Weston Woodward, N,T. Watkins, N. Y. 
* William Woodworth, LE, Lodi, N. Y. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Rev. John Henry W. Allen, ILL 

William H. H. Anderson, A,B, 

Rev. Leigh Richmond Brewer, PJ, 

George Gordon Brooks, r.i2. 

Edward Allis Conger, P,K, 

Sutherland Douglass Smith, J.cP. 

Cornelius Van Schaack, 0,h\ 



Allegany City, Pa. 
New York City. 
Carthage, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Geneva, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Chicago, 111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 

Frank R. Delano, 

Charles Jacobus, 

Rev. Henry Roswell Lockwood, 

•Theodore R. Pinknev, 

•William Penn Smith, 

148th N. Y. Volunteers. 



N,X. Lockport, N. Y. 
E,A, Naples, N. Y. 

Clayton, N. Y. 

Phelps, N. Y. 

Phelps, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 

James Milnor Coit, FS, Cleveland, O. 

Henry Sprong Davis, E,3, New York City. 

Robert M. Drinker, B.I, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Rev. Russell Asa Olin, 

Adj. Prof. Hobart College. 

Charles Leonard Wells, 



r.//. Clinton, N. Y. 



/?.//. Geneva, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



George Briggs, 


E,P. 


Brandon, Vt. 


Thaddeus Minor Chapman, 


AJL 


Anoka, Minn. 


Frank Clarence Coolbaugh, 


A.B. 


Faribault, Minn. 


Anthony J. B. Ross, 


Z.(P. 


Essex, N. Y. 




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John Lewis Cutler, ^1.71 

Rev. George William Field, /.J. 

Rev. John Orr Fiske, F'A, 

Gideon Stetson Palmer, M. D., E.X, 

Brigade Surgeon and Div. Med. Di- 
rector U. S. Volunteers. 



Augusta, Me. 
Bangor, Me. 
Bath, Me. 
Gardiner, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 



Benjamin Apthorp G. Fuller, 
Hon. Ichabod Goodwin, 

Tutor Bowdoin College. 



N,9, Augusta, Me. 

O.W, North Berwick, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 

Rev. Elijah Kellogg, S. H. S., R'P, Boston, Mass. 

♦Albert G. Upham, M. D., TJ, Rochester, Mass. 

Prof. Anat. Castleton Medical Col- 
lege, Vt. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. 

Henry Ingalls, E'^. Wiscassett, Me. 

*Rev. Francis Dudley Ladd, E'S, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. George Frederic Magoun, 11 A, Grinnell, la. 

Pres. Iowa College. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-two. 



Hon. Henry Hill Boody, 

Tutor Bowdoin College, 
Prof. Rhet and Orat. 



E'A New York City. 



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John Craig Clark, A'..1. New York City. 

Prof. Mod. Lang. Madison University. 
Rev, Frederic Gardiner, E'Q. Middletown, Conn. 

Rev. William L. Hyde, ll'X. Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Chap, lizth N. V. Volunteers. 
Jesse William Page, M. D., E.e. Baltimore, Md. 

Rev. Henrv B. Smith, D. D. LL. D,, lir. New York City. 

Tulor Bowdoin College. 






Bowdom Chapter. 



Thomas L. Winthrop Tappan, 
Horace Williams, 



Z?X Boston, Mass. 
A.W, Augusta, Me. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Forty-five. 



Moses Morrill Butler, 
James Henry Deering, 
George Henry Kingsbury, 
Rev. John Parker Skeele, 



E.0, Portland, Me. 

A'Z, Alabama. 

E I, Boston, Mass. 

P,A. Hartford, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-six. 



♦Frederic Augustus Deane, 
Lieut. U, S. Volunteers, 

♦James W. Hanscom, 
♦Rev. DoNATus Merrill, 
Moses Leland Morse, 
Rev. Benjamin Galen Snow, 
Thomas Hammond Talbot, 

Col. U. S. Volunteers. 
Hon. John Anderson Waterman, 



HV. San Francisco, Cal. 

A. v. Saco, Me. 

T.B. Westbrook, Me. 

E'A, Stoneham, Mass. 

irx. Ebon, Marshall Isles. 

T.I, Portland, Me. 

7^^. Gorham, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eeven. 



♦Alvin Boody, //T. 

Rev. Ebenezer Stevens Jordan, TT. 

Rev. George Jarvis Means, E.U, 

Frank Benjamin Merrill, M. D., P,N. 

Henry Baker Neil, K,J. 

Frank Vose, K,6, 



Hudson, Wis. 

Cumberland, Me. 

Howell's Depot, N. Y. 

Christian Co., Ky. 

Australia. 

New Orleans, La. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 



Rev. Thomas Hill Rich, 



I,P, Bangor, Me. 



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Rev. JoTHAM Bradbury Sewall, 

Prof. Ancient Languages, Bowdoin 
College. 

Rev. Benjamin Stanton, 

Prof. Union College. 



A, I. Brunswick, Me. 



LA. Schenectady, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



Charles Franklin H. Greene, 
James L. Hoole, 
Rev. Edward S. Palmer, 
John Thomas Stanley, 



A,E' Athens, Me. 

I,B, Holly Springs, Wis. 

A,0, Waverly, la. 

0,8. Bastrop, La. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



♦William Nelson N. Bell, 
Samuel Preble Buck, M. D., 
William Sewall Gardner, 
Rev. John Smyth Sewall, 



77. r. 

EI. 



Prof. Rhetoric and Oratory, Bowdoin 
College. 

♦George Harvey Snell, E.X, 



Dresden, Tenn. 
Woolwich, Me. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Brunswick, Me. 

Unity, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 



Philip Henry Brown, /.J. 

William Henry Owen, E'O, 

Lieut.-Col. and Q.-M. 5th Corps U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Gilbert Charles Tebbetts, T.X, 

Joseph Achurus Ware, F'J. 



Portland, Me. 
Washington, D. C. 

Lisbon, Me. 
Washington, D. C. 



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Joshua Lawrence Chamberlin, 
LL. D., 
Maj. Gen. U. S. Volunteers, 
Governor of Maine. 



//'/. Brunswick, Me. 



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Charles Usher Chesley, AM. Wakefield, N. H. 

Joseph Dana Howard, F'2, New York City. 

John Walker May, FS. Auburn, Me. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 

Ralph W. Cummings, M. D., A. A, Bay City, Mich. 

Rev. James Henry Kidder, EM, Unadilla, N. Y. 

Joseph McKeen, Jr., M. D., n,E, Topsham, Me. 

Vol. Surgeon. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 

John Frederick Deane, 0,A, Bangor, Me. 

Council Greeley, E'B. Dover, Me. 

John Wesley Simonds, A.S. Franklin, N. H. 

John G. Stetson, LL. B., A^. J. Newcastle, Me. 

Franklin Augustus Wilson, P,S, Bangor, Me. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 

Rev. Samuel Spring Gardner, if.fi. Bellows Falls, Vt. 

John Wingate, E'I, Ossipee, N. H. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 

♦Rev. Thomas L. Ambrose, F^, Ossipee, N. H. 

Chap. I2th N. H. Volunteers, 

John Duguid Anderson, N.¥. Gray, Me. 

♦James Olcott Brown, E,I, Portland, Me. 

♦Virgil Lafayette Craig, A,T, Farmington, Me. 

Prentiss Loring, HT. Portland, Me. 

Galen Clapp Moses, N,K. Bath, Me. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 

Rev. Lewis Orsmond Brastow, A,B, St. Johnsburg, Vt. 
Chap. Vt. Regiment. 

♦Horace Beriah Chamberlain, P.X. Brewer, Me. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 



John Francis Appleton, H'I, 

Col. 9th Regt. Corps D'Afrique. 

John Marshall Brown, F'I. 

Asst. Adjt.-Gen. on Gen. Ames* Staff. 

George Barrett Emery, E'A, 

Jacob Hill Thompson, A.I. 

Francis Willard Webster, P.Z. 

Capt. U. S. Volunteers, 



Bangor, Me. 

Portland, Me. 

Gorham, Me. 
New York City. 
Bangor, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



Edward Larke Appleton, 

ist Lieut. U. S. Artillery. 

Edward Eastman Fogg, 
Charles Oliver Hunt, M. D., 

2d Lieut. 5th Me. Battery. 

♦John Rich, 
Edward Stanwood, 



r'J. Bangor, Me. 

A.X. Limerick, Me. 

O.A, Philadelphia, Pa. 

O.T. Farmingdale, Me. 

J,S. Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



Melville Augustus Cochran, 

Maj. 1 6th U. S. Infantry. 

William Ellingwood Donnell, 

Capt. U. S. Volunteers. 

Henry Hastings Hunt, M. D., 
George Adams Mark, 
Isaac W. Starbird, 

Brev. Brig.-Gen. U. S. Volunteers. 



/./'. Litchfield, Me. 

A'l\ Portland, Me. 

P.r. Philadelphia, Pa. 

O.I. Washington, D. C. 

T.A. Portland, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Joseph Clement Bates, 
Nathan Henry Wood, 



O.E. Richmond, Me. 
Z'M. Portland, Me. 



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Frederick Hunt Appleton, 
Samuel Shannon Caswell, 

1st Lieut. U. S. Volunteers. 

Henry Brown Emery, 
Augustus Frost Libbey, • 
Charles Freeman Libby, 
Frank Willward Libby, 
♦James Henry Maxwell, 

U. S. V. Infantry. 

Charles Augustus Robbins, M. D., 

Paymaster U. S. Navy. 

Thomas Herbert White, 



P.T, 


Boston, Mass. 


EJ. 


Strafford, N. H. 


E.e, 


Bangor, Me. 


H'n, 


New York City. 


A,I, 


Portland, Me. 


A'B. 


Portland, Me. 


FA, 


Portland, Me. 


P.I. 


Brunswick, Me. 


o.r. 


Bangor, Me. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



David Augustus Easton, 
Charles Fuller, 
Prince Albert Gatchell, 

2d Lieut. 1st Me. Heavy Artillery. 

♦Juan Bautiata Saviol, 
Thomas Shepard, 
♦Horatio Fox Smith, 



A.A' Cincinnati, O. 

B.T. Lincoln, Me. 

IJ.M. Lincoln, Me. 

A.0. Havana, Cuba. 

HI. Washington, D. C. 

A. A. Gorham, Me. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



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N.I. 


Portland, Me. 


Tutor Bowdoin College. 






Frederic Henry Gerrish, 


I.Q 


Portland, Me. 


Charles King Hinkley, 


E.P. 


Gorham, Me. 


George William Kelly, 


P.E. 


Portland, Me. 


Charles Edwin Webster, 


P.B. 


Portland, Me. 


Albert Wright, 


P.A. 


Newcastle, Me 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Benjamin Brially Eaton, B.O. 

George Franklin Hubbard, r,H. 

WiNFiELD Scott Hutchinson, LI. 

Richard Greenleaf Merriman, F.I. 

Joseph Colburn Wilson, E.L 



WeUs, Me. 
Winterport, Me. 
Paris Hill, Me. 
Brunswick, Me. 
Orono, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



Joseph Scribner Burns, 


n.A. 


Hamlin's Grant, Me. 


Charles Jarvis Chapman, 


A.r. 


Bethel, Me. 


George Winslow Foster, 


LI. 


Boston, Mass. 


John Adams Hinkley, 


O.I. 


Gorham, Me. 


John Rogers Mason, 


r.¥. 


Bangor, Me. 


William Frank Shepard, 


J7. 


Bangor, Me. 


John Irving Sturgis, 


N.A. 


Auburn, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



James Dike, 
Thomas Henry Eaton, 
Frederic Augustine Fogg, 
George Frank Mosher, 
Willard Humphre;y Perley, 



I.J. Bath, Me. 

B^M. Brunswick, Me. 

J^A. Portland, Me. 

P. A. South China, Me. 

LZ. Portland, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Henry Darling Barnard, 
Frank Mason Brown, 
Caleb Alexander Page, 
Samuel Sprigg, 
Edward Burbank Weston, 



J.N. Bucksport, Me. 

K.X. Washington, D. C. 

B.¥. Burlington. 

1.6. Baltimore, Md. 

Z?.(P. Farmington, Me. 



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Frank Tappan Bayley, 
Edward Thomas Brown, 

Cadet at West Point. 

William Sawyer Dennett, Jr., 
George Minot Garland, 
William Sullivan Pattee, 
Edward Waldo Pendleton, 
William Fiske Sandford, 
Charles Lord Shepard, 



ILB. 


Gorham, Me. 


AJ. 


Paris Hill, Me. 


A. II 


Bangor, Me. 


E'S, 


Lawrence, Mass 


I.O, 


Bangor, Me. 


J.<P. 


Gorham, Me. 


JT. 


Bangor, Me. 


P.ll. 


Bangor, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Herbert Harris, 
John L. R. Hincks, 
Frank Pierce Ireland, 



B.IL East Machias, Me. 

P.E. Brewer, Me. 

A. A. Newburyport, Mass. 



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Rev. Henry Noble Day, D. D., 
Prof. Western Reserve College, 
Pres. Ohio Female College. 

T. DWIGHT EELLS, F.AM. 

Elias Loomis, LL. D., O.X. 

Prof. Nat. Phil. Coll. N. J., 

Prof. Univ. N. Y., 

Prof. Mathematics, Yale College. 

Darius Lyman, Jr., IIP, 

James Nooney, Jr., O.E. 

Prof. Western Reserve College, 
Prof. Illinois College. 

Nathan Perkins Seymour, LL. D., F'Q. 

Prof. Western Reserve College. 

Samuel St. John, M. D. LL. D., Z'l 

Prof. Western Reserve College. 
Prof. New York Medical College. 



A'E. New Haven, Conn. 



Cleveland, O. 
New Haven, Conn. 



New York City. 
California. 

Hudson, O. 
New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty. 



Rev. Grosvenor W. Heacock, D.D., H'^. 
Charles Kent, A.I. 

Rev. Horace Sedgwick Taylor, H'B. 
♦Rev. Samuel Wright, Z'¥. 



Buffalo, N. Y. 
Toledo, O. 
Mandahasalie, Ind. 
New Berlin, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one. 



Walter S. Barber, 
♦George Carmi Bristol, 



B.A. Harwinton, Conn. 
O.r. Madison, Wis. 



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Julian Harmon, M. D., A, A, Warren, O. 

*Rev. William Sloane Kennedy, A'N. Cincinnati, O. 

Rev. Joseph Higley Scott, F'A, West Liberty, Iowa. 

Rev. Cornelius H. Taylor, D. D., A'6, Cincinnati, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven. 

*Rev. Nathan L. Lord, M. D., H'K, Jafiha, Ceylon. 
John Manning, M. D., M.A. Youngstown, O. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 

Rev. Erastus Chester, Z'K, Cleveland, O. 

Tut. Western Reserve College. 

HiLAND R. HuLBURD, AJI'\ Sacramento, Cal. 

Matthew Canfield Read, A,IM, Hudson, O. 

Joel Swain Sawyer, 1\K, Chatfield, Minn. 

Stephen Buckingham Sturges, N.W, Cleveland, O. 

Rev. Levi Bodly Wilson, HI. Youngstown, O. 

♦Tunis Van Houten Wilson, I,r. Plymouth, O. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 

James W. Kerr, M. D., AM, Princeton, N. J. 

Samuel Loomis, Y.K. Grinnell, Iowa. 

Almon Sampson, H'Z, Zanesville, O. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 

Nathan Barrows, M. D., F'9 New York City. 

Horace Benton, H'P, Cleveland, O. 

Leavitt Field Bissell, I,X, Buffalo, N. Y. 

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♦Rev. William Dempsey, 
Lorenzo Gates, 

Tut. Western Reserve College. 
Rev. Ezekiel Carman Scudder, 

Tut. Western Reserve College. 

Rev. Jared W. Scudder, 



A,B, Middlebury, O. 

O.J. Burr Oak, Mich. 

E,I, Chittoor, India. 

Z'l. Amee, India. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 



♦William S. Austin, 


E'l. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


George Hunt, 


EM. 


Lebanon, 0. 


Hon. Morris Hunt, 


LA. 


Leavenworth, Kan. 


Rev. Nathaniel McConaughy, 


A,^. 


MillviUe, N. J. 


♦Virgil Louis Oviatt, 


P.X. 


Richfield, 0. 


Rev. George Barron Pierce, 


p,e. 


New Alstead, N. H 



Eigliteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



Horace Burnham Foster, 

Tut. Western Reserve College. 

Edwin Smith Gregory, 

Prof. Western Reserve College. 

Almon Spencer, 

Russell Mortimer Williams, 

Rev. James Wilson, 



O.A, Hudson, O. 

N,I. Youngstown, O. 

n.B, Minden, La. 

JT. Parkman, O. 

A.¥, Ruggles, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-tliree. 



Hon. Thomas H. Armstrong, 
David W. Brooks, 
Rev. Amzi B. Lyon, 



A,X. Grinnell, la. 
A,M. Cleveland, O. 
/.^. Strongsville, O, 





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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



Rev. Jacob Chamberlain, 

William J. G. Nutting, 

ProfT Jackson Female Institute. 



A'n, Arcot Mission. 
il.A'^. Jackson, Miss. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 

Elwood Potts Haines, M. D., E,L Kinsman, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



William Whiting Andrews, 
Gilbert S. Carpenter, 
George Harvey Christy, 

Prof. West. Univ., Pa. 

Henry Mills Day, 
Frank Brown Hamilton, 

I St Lieut. 3d U. S. Artillery, 
Asst. Prof. U. S. Military Academy. 

Brainerd Spencer Higley, 
Thomas Jefferson McLain, 



A'Q. Cleveland, O. 

E.I, Akron, O. * 

AX Pittsburg, Pa. 

N,I. New York City. 

KM. West Point, N. Y. 

A,A' Youngstown, O. 

2,X. Warren, O. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty. 



Edward Francis Adams, 
Samuel Cheney Williamson, 

2d Lieut. i8th U. S. Infantry. 



ZT. Indiana. 
M,E, Akron, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



Allen Campbell Barrows, F'P. 

Prof. Nat. Phil. Western Reserve 
College. 



Hudson, O. 



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Horace J. Clark, OM, 

David Lycurgus Dimmock, LI, 

Ira Cole Terry, P.I, 

Lieut. Col. 22d U. S. Colored Troops. 

Edward Sayle Watterson, A,^, 

Edwin Lester Webber, A^. ¥, 

William George Williams, M.E. 



Tallmadge, O. 
Oberlin, O. 
Peru, O. 

Warrens ville, O. 
Ravenna, O. 
Cleveland, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



Charles Enoch Clark, 
Edward Whittlesey Stuart, 
Charles Tudor Williams, 

Tut. Western Reserve College. 

Simon Perkins Wolcott, 



A,B, Columbus, O. 

J.<P. Kent, O. 

T.X. Kent, O. 

A^. //. Kent, O. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Emmet Denio Dodge, 
John Calvin Elliott, 
William Henry Harvey, 
Nathaniel M. Hutchinson, 
Sidney Strong, 

Tut. Western Reserve College. 

♦Henry Robert Watterson, 
Reginald Heber Wright, 



E.R 


Akron, 0. 


AM, 


Princeton, N. J 


H'll 


Cleveland, 0. 


T,A, 


New York City. 


LX\ 


Youngstown, 


E'S. 


Warrensville, O 


LA. 


Cleveland, 0. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



Samuel M. Eddy, 
George Trumbull Ladd, 
Charles Edgar Poe, 



E.B. Cleveland, O. 
H,Y. Painesville, O. 
A,Z, Ravenna, O. 



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Charles Seymour, E.N. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Edward Porter Williams, E,A, Kent, O. 

Rev. Richard Lloyd Williams, A,Z, Massillon, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Elmore Perry Caruthers, H,I, 

George Thomas Le Bontillier, 0,X. 

Darius Parmalee Sackett, A,A, 

James George Shedd, A, I, 

Karris Elias Smith, A.N. 



Columbus, O. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Genesee, N. Y. 
Chicago, III 
Norwalk, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and SIxty-slx. 



Ralph Osborne, 
Albert Peter Tallman, 



E.¥. Toledo, O. 
A. A. Bridgeport, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Stiles Henry Curtiss, 
•Elijah Arthur Ellsworth, 
Edward Hooker Harvey, 
William Russell Merrick, 
James Schuyler Oviatt, 



T.r. Cleveland, O. 

P.X. Oakdale, Wis. 

A.X. Cleveland, O. 

MM. Atwater, O. 

A.± Richfield, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



John Henry House, 
Andrew Jackson Mack, 
Frank Forrest Morrill, 



P.B. Painesville, O. 
N.K. Shelby, O. 
P,X, Boston, Mass. 



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William Rufus Perkins, 
Amzi Wilson, 



P,T, Erie, Penn. 
1,9, Northfield, O, 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Andrew Holland Hunter, 
James White Moore, 



N,h\ Toledo, O, 

LP, West Point, N. Y. 



Eigiiteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Charles Clark Caruthers, 
John Charles Coffey, 
Charles Frederick Harrington, 
Pliney Nelson Haskell, 
Thomas Kinsman Perkins, 
Thomas Day Seymour, 
Charles Josiah Smith, 
James Houghton Townshend, 
Myron Converse Wick, 
Frank Ira Young, 



A,n, 


Tallmadge, 0. 


x,^. 


Lancaster, 0. 


<p.A, 


Warren, 0. 


A,B, 


North Bloomfield, 0. 


A,Q. 


Akron, 0. 


1.1, 


Hudson, 0. 


r.r. 


North Bloomfield, 0. 


M,X, 


Avon, 0. 


r,T, 


Youngstown, 0. 


K,E, 


Toledo, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



William Henry Baldwin, 
Henry Melville Curtis, 
William E. Curtis, 
Charles Francis House, 
Jay Hamilton Jewett, 
Charles Huston Tallman, 
Charles Robinson Truesdale, 
George Mitchell Wright, 



I,A, 


Youngstown, 0. 


A,Z. 


Newburgh, 0. 


A,0. 


Newburgh, 0. 


<p,P. 


Painesville, 0. 


A, I, 


Wales Centre, N. Y. 


H,e, 


Bridgeport, 0. 


A,<p, 


Youngstown, 0. 


L¥. 


Tallmadge, 0. 






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Eighteen Hundred and Forty-five. 

♦Charles Alexander Clark, A' A, Freeport, 111. 

Edmund Fish, Z'^, New York City. 

Rev. Fletcher Osceolo Marsh, E.X, Granville, O. 
Prof. Mat. and Nat. Phil. Dennison 
• University. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-six. 

George Pomeroy Androus, 0,¥. New York City. 

♦James Sheldon Mitchell, Z'U. Greenwich, O. 

WiNFiELD Smith, J.r. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Att'y Gen. Wisconsin. 

Adonijah Strong Welch, J^'3, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Prin. Mich. State Normal SchooL 

James Olin Whittemore, A. II. Tawas City, Mich. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven. 

Samuel Shailor Hall, U,E' Chatham, Conn. 

Rev. Theodoric Romeyn B. Palmer,?.^. Shelby ville, Ky. 

Prof. Lat. Lang, and Lit. KaL Coll., 
Lieut.-Col. 13th Mich. Infantry. 

Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 

Alfred DuBois, F'Q. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Asst. Prof. Chera. Michigan Univer- 
sity. 

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Jlpka Delia Pk?\ 



Devie Bethune Duffield, 
♦James Ariosto Duncan, 
Jacob Houghton, Jr., 
Wells Ransom Marsh, M. D., 



P,A' 
Z'P, 
E.I, 



Detroit, Mich. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Keokuk, la. 



Prof. Chem. and Pharm. Iowa Uni- 
versity, 
Brig.-Surgeon. 

Rev. Edward Tenney, H'0, 



Holly, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



Edmund Andrews, M. D., 

Prof. Surg. Chicago Medical College. 

Park Shattuck Donelson, D. D., P.V. 
Pres. Wesl. Female Institute. 

William Justus Goodwin, 
John Baxter Hutchins, 
HosMER Allen Johnson, M. D., 

Prof. Physiology, Chicago Medical 
College. 

Rev. Calvin Shloat Kingsley, 

Bishop of Northern Ohio. 

Hon. Dwight May, E'O' 

Lieut.-Gov. Michigan. 

Rev. Elijah Homes Pilcher, LX. 

Rev. George Phillips Tindall, U.I. 



AJ. 


Chicago, 111. 


p.r. 


Deleware, 0. 


LA. 


Texas. 


O.IL 


Ionia, Mich. 


A. A, 


Chicago, 111. 


A'l. 


Cleveland, 0. 



Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Rome, Mich. 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



Rev. Lewis Ransom Fisk, E,Z. 

Prof. Chem. Michigan State Agricul- 
tural School. 

♦James White Tindall, F'8. 



Detroit, Mich. 



Tecumseh, Mich. 




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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 

Joseph Webb Bancroft, Z'A. Hastings, Mich. 

Chauncey Marvin Cady, H'T Chicago, 111. 

Prof. Illinois State Normal University. 

Elias Cooley, Jr., A,E, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Robert Clark Kedzie, Z'Q, Lansing, Mich. 

Surg. 1 2th Mich. Infantry, 
Prof. Chem. Michigan State Agricul- 
tural College. 

Hon. Byron Gray Stoutt, P. A, Pontiac, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 

James Hale Bates, M,r. New York City. 

Witter Johnston Baxter, T.^. Jonesville, Mich. 

♦Sydney Alfred Bean, -./. Waukesha, Wis. 
Prof. Mat. Carroll College, 
Col. 4th Wis. Infantry. 

♦Walker Lindsley Bean, /i'.-. Milwaukee, Wis. 
Lieut. 28th Wis. Infantry. 

♦Charles Walter Becker, EJL Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Rev. Clark Titus Hinman, D. D., LA, Chicago, 111. 

Alfred Gideon Otis, LS, Atchison, Kansas. 

Rev. Sylvanus Adin Taft, N,W, Oxford, Mich. 

Martin Taylor, M. D., Z'B. York, Mich. 

Rev. Tillman Conklin Trowbridge, T. E, Constantinople, Turkey. 
Prof. Turkish Lit. and Lang. Bebec 
Theological Seminary. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 

♦John Fillmore Becker, N,I, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Benjamin Elias Hart, ES, Lansing, Mich. 



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Hon. Milton William Reynolds, Z'E, 
Rev. Moses Coit Tyler, FT. 

Prof. Elocution and Rhet. Michigan 
University. 



Lawrence, Kansas. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Rev. Joseph Estabrook, 

Lewis Whitney James, 

Rev. George McQueen Landon, F.I, 

Capt. 4th Mich. Cavalry. 

John Richards, 

Prof. Ancient Lang., Albion Female 
College. 

John Mahlem Berry Sill, 

Prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Michigan 
State Normal School. 

Edwin Buckminster Wight, 

Maj. 24th Mich. Infantry. 



H'A, 


Ypsilanti, Mich 


S.A, 


Brooklyn, N. Y 


FI. 


Monroe, Mich. 


o.r. 


Albion, Mich. 


FA. 


Detroit, Mich. 


r'A' 


Detroit, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eiglit. 



Rev. James Worthington Clark, P.L 
John Graves, LL. B., H'¥, 

John Homer, LL. B., A'l. 

Pro/. Mental and Moral Phil, and 
Belles-lettres, Kansas University, 
Col. Mich. Infantry. 

Walcott Henry Littlejohn, E'^. 

Charles Rollin Miller, LL. B., F/7. 

Capt. i8th Mich. Infantry. 

Robert Starr Moore, PS. 

Capt. and Provost Marshal Northern 
Missouri. 

William Emory Quimby, LB, 



Danville, 111. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Lawrence, Kansas. 



Allegan, Mich. 
Adrian, Mich. 

Chillicothe, Mo. 



Detroit, Mich. 






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Sullivan Dexter Greene, A'P, 

Com. Sergt. 24th Mich. Infantry. 

Allen Howard Zacharias, NJ, 

Principal State Military School Miss., 
Capt. 7th Mich. Infantry. 



Detroit, Mich, 
Monroe, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



William Henry Barnum, 
•Goodwin Stoddard Beaver, 

Instructor Ancient Lang. Albion Fe- 
male College. 
Qm.-Sergt. ist Mich. Sharpshooters. 

Benjamin Franklin Blair, 

Capt. 123d Ohio Infantry. 

Allen Jeremiah Curtis, 

Prof. Eng. Lang, and Lit. Michigan 
University. 

Byron M. Cutcheon, 

Col. 2oth Mich. Infantry, 
Brev. Brig.-Gen. 

Charles Halbert Denison, LL. B., 

Lieut. 5th Mich. Infantry. 

Edward Seymore Jackson, 

Serg. 151st Pa. Infantry. 

Henry Bishop Landon, M. D., 

Adj. and Asst. Surg. 7th Mich Infantry 
Henry Dwight Merrill, LL. B., 
•Erasmus Darwin Nichols, 
Hoyt Post, LL. B., 
James Alexis Post, M. D., 

Surg. 28th Ky. Infantry. 

Charles Henry Stocking, M. D., 

Surg. Ky. Infantry. 

Henry Munson Utley, 



/.J. Chicago, 111. 
r'B. Albion, Mich. 



B,X. 


New York City. 


rii 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


P.I, 


Ionia, Mich. 


S,N. 


Bay City, Mich. 


AS. 


Scranton, Pa. 


EI. 


Bay City, Mich. 


LA. 


Lane, 111. 


p.n. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


A'^F. 


Detroit, Mich. 


A.r. 


Jeffersonville, Ind. 


irx. 


Freeport, 111. 


M.E. 


Detroit, Mich. 









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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



RiENZi Hiram Baker, 

Capt. i8th Mich. Infantry. 

Hon. Hiram Austin Burt, 
Charles Chandler, Jr., 
Edward Gavion Claris, 

Sergt. i8th Mich. Infantry. 

Edward Allen Fay, 

Prof. Institution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Harmon Dewey Follett, LL. B., 
James Henry Goodsell, 
Charles Morse Hunt, M. D., 
David Brainard Sturges, 
Edwin Fuller Uhl, 



I^'A. Adrian, Mich. 

M.A. Marquette, Mich. 

A, J. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

A. A. Monroe, Mich. 

F'l. Washington, D. C. 

0,N. La Salle, 111. 

I.P, Chicago, 111. 

F,X. Washington, D. C. 

A.8. Saginaw, Mich. 

AM. Ypsilanti, Mich. 



Eigiiteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



James Clement Ambrose, LL. B., 
Lincoln Tibbals Farr, 
William Smith Harroun, 
♦Frank Hendricks, 
Stephen Powers, 
George SriUMAN, 
Edward Reed Slawson, LL. B., 
Casper Enoch Yost, LL. B., 



I.A, 


Omaha City, Nebraska. 


O.A. 


Detroit, Mich. 


LE. 


Washington, D. C. 


F.Z. 


Ypsilanti, Mich. 


T y 


Cincinnati, 0. 


E.B. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


E.I. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


E.e. 


Omaha, Nebraska. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



George Sumner Albee, 
William Lavant Barnhart, 

Capt. Gen. Custar's Staff. 

William Douglass Hitchcock, 



I, A' Kenosha, Wis. 
[.B. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

A.E' Alpena, Mich. 



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James Harvey Kidd, 

Col. 6th Mich. Cavalry. 

William Channing Moore, 

Capt. i8th Mich. Infantry. 

Henry Kirk Rowley, 

Adjt. i8th Mich. Infantry. 

Henry Daniel Smith, 
John Demster Town, 



A.A, 

r'A. 

E'K. 

E'B, 
RA. 



James Milton Wilkinson, LL. B., I, A, 



Ionia, Mich. 

Medina, Mich. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Marquette, Mich. 
Jackson, Mich. 
Marquette, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Henry Root Austin, 

Lieut. 14th Colored Infantry. 

Gabriel Campbell, 

Capt. 17th Mich. Infantry, 
Prof. Ancient Lang. University of 
Minnesota. 

Charles Ashman Dudley, 
Charles M. Goodsell, 
George William Harmon, 

Lieut. 17th Mich. Infantrj'. 

Samuel R. McLean, 
Delos Phillips, 

Lieut.-Col. 17th Mich. 

♦Alfred Nathan Smith, 

Samuel Vincent, 

Charles Gilmore Williams, 



A' A, Monroe, Mich. 
A' A. St. Anthony, Minn. 



A,e. 


Des Moines, la. 


A.P, 


Chicago, 111. 


r.<p. 


Ypsilanti, Mich. 


zj. 


Greenville, Ky. 


AM. 


Kalamazoo, Mich. 


A.T. 


Adrian, Mich. 


s,z. 


Bristol, England. 


A'l. 


Chicago, 111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Fred Walter Becker, 
Eleazer Darrow, 



AT, Chicago, 111. 

A, A, Ann Arbor, Mich. 




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Oliver Partridge Dickinson, 
Emory Levi Grant, 
James Thompson Larmouth, 
Joseph Very Quarles, Jr., 
Edgar Rexford, 
Fred. Julian Simmons, 
William Wallace Washburn, 

Prest. Minnesota University. 

George Snow White, 



E.S, Chicago, 111. 

M.N. Kenosha, Wis. 

T.A. Mannsville, Wis. 

II. E' Kenosha, Wis. 

A,¥, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

A.K. Detroit, Mich. 

A.r. St. Anthony, Minn. 

r.A' Northville, Mich. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Moses Tallyrand DeWitt, 

Lieut. 40th Wis. Infantry. 

George Fairchild Edwards, 
♦Schuyler Hodges Williams, 
George B. Woodman, 



£'^. Chicago, 111. 

r.N. Leavenworth, Kansas. 

E.S. Owasso, Mich. 

r.I. Ashtabula, O. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



James Hayden Chapin, 
Henry Rogers Durkee, 
John Charles Freeman, 

Capt. 1st N. Y. Veteran Cavalry. 

Roselle Nichols Jenne, 
Henry William Lord, 
Frank Henry Lyman, 

39th Wis. Infantry. 

Albert Henderson Pattengill, 
Charles Quarles, 



M.r New Philadelphia, O. 

0.0' Kenosha, Wis. 

F.B. Lisle, N. Y. 

0.^'. Keokuk, la. 

il.<P. Pontiac, Mich. 

E.I. Kenosha, Wis. 

T.A. Hudson, Mich. 

P.K. Kenosha, Wis. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



William Johnson Cocker, 
Robert Newton Fearon, 
William Corwin Johns, 

145th 111. Infantry. 

Edwin Taylor, 

Walter Stanley Waterloo, 

William Henry Wells, 



A, A. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

0.^, Oneida, N. Y. 

LZ, Decatur, 111. 

LA, Tecumseh, Mich. 

E,T. St. Clair, Mich. 

£T. Howell, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Oscar James Campbell, 


I,T, 


Ravenna, O. 


War Departmetit Rifles. 






Edwin Fleming, 


(P.J. 


Oberlin, 0. 


Owen Edgar Le Fever, 


EJF. 


Yellow Springs, 


John Scott Maltman, 


y T 


Chicago, 111. 


RuFUS Hill Thayer, 


2 • te^* 


Northville, Mich. 


James Fisher Tweedy, 


^.6. 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


Greenleaf Cash Wattles, 


N.n, 


La Pew, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Charles Tupper Beatty, 
Frank Arthur Crittenden, 
Frank Brown Gilbert, 
Giles Holbrook, 
Harry Burns Hutchins, 
Joseph McGrath, Jr., 
Isaac Harwood Pedrick, 
RuFus Emerson Phinney, 
James Avery Satterlee Warden, 



A.D. 


Sandusky, 0. 


F.(P. 


Concord, Mich. 




Ann Arbor, Mich. 


H.X. 


Ypsilanti Mich. 


A'¥, 


Newbury, Vt. 


A.e. 


Detroit, Mich. 


J. J. 


Richmond, Ind. 


J' J. 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


I.(P. 


Darlington, Wis. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 

lR Arthur Cooley, KM. Ann Arbor, Mich, 

lAM James Herdman, A'^. JanesviUe, O. 

lEL George Milner, A.X. Alliance, O. 

iHT Carver Rexford, 0.Q. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

iGE Philemon Voeheis, B.h. Ypsilanti, Mich. 



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Z. B. Caverly, 

Sec'y Amer. Leg. at Lima. 

Salmon P. Chase, 

Chief Justice, U. S. 

William Henry Duncan, A.K. 

Abner J. PHI1>I>S, F'P. 

Rt Rev. William Bacon Stevens, MJf, 
M. D., D. D., 



£T. Lima, S. A. 



0.9, Columbus, O. 

Hanover, N. H. 
Medford, Mass. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-five. 



Henry Snow Bartlett, 


E'n. 


Lyndon, Vt. 


Amos Adams Blanchard, 


A.e. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


RuFus Dudley Chase, 


!•./?. 


Orange, Mass. 


Robert Lake Colby, 


E'¥. 


New York City. 


William Watson Niles, 


I.e. 


New York City. 


George Harrison Palmer, 


r.r. 


New York City. 


William Henry L. Smith, 


M.A. 


Corry, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-six. 



George Thorndike Angell, 


E.B, 


Boston, Mass. 


Joseph W. Barstow, M. D., 


i,n. 


Flushing, N. Y. 


Joseph Mills Cavis, 


A'e. 


Columbia, Cal. 


Arthur Ward Marshall, 


HA. 


Wetocksin, N. Y. 


Rev. Roger Moses Sargent, 


Z'X. 


Fannington, N. H. 


Isaac William Smith, 


F.I. 


Manchester, N. H. 


Asa Weeks, 

4p 


E.Y. 

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Minneapolis, Minn 



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eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven. 



Barton Walker Chase, M. D., A 

•Rev. Lyman Cutler, A 

John Clark Dore, ^ 

Broughton Davis Harris, F 

Sec. Utah Territory. 

Rev. Hiram Houston, P 

Luther Johnson, M. D., J 

Benjamin Franklin Moses, J 

John Paul, ^ 

Prof. Math, in Masonic Institute, Ala. 

Rev. Artemas Wyman Sawyer, /i 

Stephen Gale Taylor, i 

George Tenney, i 

*George R. Undekhill, LL. B., F. 



Springfield, Vt. 
Pepperell, Mass. 
Chicago, III. 
New York City. 

Acworth, N. H. 
Bradford, Mass. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 
Chelsea, Vl 

New London, N. H. 
Brooklyn, N. V. 
Hartford, Vt. 
Pensacola, Fla, 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-eight. 



Austin Adams, 


z-i. 


Dubuque, la. 


Isaac Lewis Clarke, 


I.I. 


Waukegan, III. 


Lieul.-Col. gth III. Volunteers. 






Ranslure Weld Clarke, 


E.r. 


Brattleboro, Vt. 


•William Strong Coggswell, 


A.J. 


Gilmanton, N. H 


Benjamin Willey Dean, 


£.A. 


Grafton, Vt. 


Oliver Miller, 


1.0. 


Annapolis, Md. 


Rev. Charles F. Mussev, 


Il'X. 


Batavia, N. Y. 


Rev. Pliny H. White, 


n.r. 


Brattleboro, Vt. 


Edwin Ruthwen Wiggin, 


N.n. 


Boston, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



Robert William Carr, 
Charles Henry Chapin, 



P. A. 



Hebron, Me, 
Rutherfordton, N. C. 



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DeWitt Clinton Cram, 
♦David Clark Hill, 
♦William H. H. Richardson, 
William Fellows Swain, 



J.r. Dubuque, la. 

A, A, Farmington, N. H. 

//'J. Corinth, Vt. 

A, I, Brasonia, Texas. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 



Francis Erasmus Clarke, 


LA, 


Waukegan, 111. 


William Cuiting Grant, 


U\ 


Chicago, 111. 


Charles Hitchcock, 


A'E. 


Chicago, 111. 


Gilbert Edwin Hood, 


A.e. 


Lawrence, Mass. 


Nathan Lord, Jr., 


T.X, 


Lawrenceburg, Ind 


Col. 6th Vt. Volunteers. 






Daniel Putnam, 


r.p. 


Kalamazoo, Mich. 


Prof. Acad, and Theol. Inst. 






Elihu '1'hayer Quimby, 


Y.B, 


Hanover, N. H. 


Prof. Math. Dartmouth College. 






Edward Ashton Rollins, 


A.I, 


Great Falls, N. H. 


Jonathan Ross, 


0,¥, 


St. Johnsburg, Vt. 


Daniel Lewis Shorey, 


E.r. 


Chicago, 111. 


Charles Wesley Willard, 


P.Q. 


Montpelier, Vt. 


Secretary of State, Vt. 







Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



Lorenzo Fairbanks, 


N.r, 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Rev. George W. Gardner, 


o,s. 


Charlestown, Mass. 


♦Osgood Johnson, 


A,I, 


Worcester, Mass. 


John Johnson Ladd, 


N,I. 


Providence, R. I. 


James F. Mowe, 


0,0, 


Charleston, S. C. 


♦Daniel Henry Ordway, 


A.E, 


Hampstead, N. H. 


James Whitman, 


A'U. 


New York City. 







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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 



Hanover, N. H- 



0.0. 


Washington, D. C. 


A'l. 


Woodstock, Vt 


ri. 


Washington, D. C. 


Z'O. 


Oberlin, 0. 

a 


F'E. 


Galesburgh, 111. 


E'n. 


St. John's, Mich. 


O.M. 


New York City. 


r.r. 


Shelby Co., Ky. 



Alpheus B. Crosby, M. D., JT. 

Dem. of Anat. N. H. Medical Institute, 
Brig. Surg, and Med. Director Casey's 
Division. 

Jonathan B. Farnsworth, 
William Wallace Howard, 
John Kendall, 
Nathan Jackson Morrison, 

Prest. Olivet College. 

Isaac Augustus Parker, 
Henry Martyn Perrin, 
John Seth Washburn, 
John Fletcher Wight, 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 

John Winslow Allard, 
Charles Caverno, 
Edwin Azro Charlton, 
George Anthony Collamore, 
Daniel Hall, 

William Augustus Herrick, 
Edwin Nathaniel Mathes, 
Jedediah Harris Reed, 
♦John Adams Smith, 
Horatio Nelson Twombly, 
Rev. Horace Bliss Woodworth, 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



/.//. 


Framingham, Mass. 


£.J. 


Lake Hills, Wis. 


/.X 


Schenectady, N. Y. 


A, 8. 


Toledo, O. 




Dover, N. H. 


F/E. 


Boston, Mass. 


A.M. 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


E.r. 


New York City. 


M.0. 


Thetford, Vt. 


p,r. 


New York City. 


ATI. 


Ellington, Conn. 



Samuel Robert Bond, 
Edward Henry Chase, 



M.Q. Washington, D. C. 
F'A. Wilkesbarre, Pa. 




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William Dexter Dow, 


M,X. 


So. Reading, Vt. 


•RiCHERAND Howe, 


LS. 


Shelbume, N. H. 


William Spencer Ladd, 


A'l. 


Colebrook, N. H. 


•Samuel Sherburne Marston, 


HT. 


Ossipee Centre, N. H 


Sylvester Slack Preston, 


FS. 


So. Staflford, Vt. 


Franklin Marvin Robinson, 


K,¥. 


Dubuque, la. 


Jacob Edwin Taylor, 


A' A. 


Woodstock, Vt. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



George Washington Bartlett, 

U. S. Army. 

Rev. Ambrose Wayland Clarke, 

Abraham Burbank Coffin, 

Sullivan M. Cutcheon, 

Rev. John Calvin Cutler, 

Mark Davis, 

AzRO Dyer, 

Leonard Zenas Ferris, 

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William Eddy Fuller, 

John Cutler Gage, 

Hon. Lyman Gillett Hinckley, 

Mem. State Legislature. 

Joseph W. Howe, 
Arthur Alwyn Putnam, 
Charles Woodbury Thrasher, 



r,X, Deerfield, Mass. 



MM. 


Concord, N. H. 


F'U. 


Boston, Mass. 


LA, 


Ypsilanti, Mich. 


0,E, 


Aubumdale, Mass. 


Z'X, 


Townsend, Mass. 


P.I, 


Ramsey, Ky. 


Z,I, 


Pittsfield, N. H. 


AT, 


Taunton, Mass. 


r.B. 


Pelham, N. H. 


M,0. 


Chelsea, Vt. 


n.A. 


New York City. 


A.n. 


So. Danvers, Mass. 


P.¥. 


Newark, N. J. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



* 



John H. Clarke, 0,6, 

John Atwood Follette, T.A, 

Rev. Henry Anthony Goodhue, N,X. 

John Cushman Hale, E'Z, 



Amherst, N. H. 
East Kingston, N. H. 
Westminster, Vt. 
Elyria, O. 



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Moses Kittredge Hazelton, 
Maj. qth III. Volunteers. 

George Edward Horne, 

Ivory W. R. Marsh, 

Edward Follansbee Noyes, 
Col. 36 ih Ohio Volunteers. 

Ezra Knight Parker, 

James Bailey Richardson, 

Warren Elias Richmond, 



E-S. Exeter, N. H. 

Z'l. New York City. 

I.S. Simonsville, Vt. 

A.T. Cincinnati, O. 

E.a. Coventry, R. I. 

/.A. Boston, Mass. 

jV.//. Chicago, 111. 



Rev. William Burnet Wright, A.F. Boston, Mas 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Harrison Everett Chadwick, 


A.'K 


Haverhill, Mass. 


John Theodore Clarke, 


E.B. 


Pittsfield, N. H. 


Alfred Brooks Dascomb, 


IIP. 


Westminster, Vt. 


George Washington Emery, 


F'n. 


Boston, Mass. 


Walter Gibson, 


T.J. 


New York City. 


Samuel Mills Gleason, 


E.O. 


Union Village, Vt. 


WiLLARD SpAULDING HeATH, 


F.E. 


Groton, N. H. 


Henry Elijah Hutchinson, 


E-Z. 


Montgomery, Ala. 


William F. D. Kimball, 


I.N. 


Hanover, N. H. 


Frank Howard Shorev, 


A.^. 


Dedham, Mass. 


Charles Oliver Thompson, 


O.I. 


Arlington, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and FIftynlne. 



Fisher Ames Baker, 
CapL Mass. Volunteers. 

Isaac Newton Carleton, 
Charles Whiting Carroll, 

Capt. 2d N. H. Volunteers. 
Phineas Sanuorn Conner, S 

Asst. Surg. U. S. Army. 



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E.Y. New York City. 



Lexington, Mass. 
Dedham, Mass. 



'.. D., A.I. Cincinnati, O. 






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Edward Cowles, M. D., 


Z'll 


Ryegatc, Vt. 


Asst. Surg. U. S. Army. 






♦Scott French, 


ire. 


Pittsfield, N. H. 


Alfred Payson Gage, 


p. IV. 


Charlestown, Mass. 


• 

Charles Hosford, 


H'P. 


Andover, Mass. 


Charles Dummer Moody, 


J.x 


Lowell, Mass. 


William Niles, 


[.I. 


La Porte, Ind. 


Samuel Aiken Noyes, 


M.r. 


New York City. 


Edwin Rush Ruggles, 


A. If. 


Hanover, N. H. 


Prof. Mod. Lang. Dartmouth College. 




Rev. James Augustus Sanderson, 


A'U. 


Pittsfield, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 



Rev. Cecil Franklin P. Bancroft 


, ri. 


Lookout Mt., Tenn. 


Prin. Ed. Inst. 






David Augustus Caldwell, 


1.6. 


Byfield, Mass. 


Daniel Henry Caverno, 


A.d. 


Lockport, N. Y. 


Frederic Chase, 


1. 11. 


Hanover, N. H. 


John William Hayes, 


I.I. 


North Berwick, Me. 


Capt. Maine Volunteers. 






Lyman Bartleit How, 


Z'X. 


Manchester, N. H. 


Fred. Van Houten Hudson, 


E.A. 


Cincinnati, O. 


Ralph Izard Middleton, Jr., 


A.W. 


Charleston, S. C. 


JoAB Nelson Patterson, 


N.6. 


Contoocookville, N. H 


Luther Burr Pearsall, 


T.n. 


Hooper's Valley, N. Y 


Edward Savage, 


//'J. 


Albany, N. Y. 


William Augustus Thompson, 


A'l. 


Hartford, Ct. 


Earl Webster Westgate, 


1.6. 


Plainfield, N. H. 


Charles Wheeler, 


AX. 


New York City. 


George Wilcox, 


P.A. 


New York City. 






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Wm. Lapman Flagg, 


AI. 


New York City. 


Addison Foster, 


N.I. 


Wilton, N. H. 


William Pittson Goodelle, 


A.T. 


Tully, N. Y. 


Thomas Goodwillie, Jr., 


r.r. 


Bamet, Vt. 


Jesse Johnson, 


A'J. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Gardner Carpenter Pierce, 


Z'^. 


Abington, Mass. 


Stephen Rand, Jr., 


T.X. 


Hanover, N. H. 


Franklin Austin Spencer, 


AY. 


Cleveland, 0. 


Hollis Smith Westgate. 


o.r. 


Plainfield, N. H. 



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•Daniel Austin, 


A.0. 


Chicago, 111. 


Samuel N. Bartlett, 


A.N. 


Townsend, Mass. 


Charles Caldwell, 


AT. 


ByfieH Mass. 


Albert Priest Charles, 


E.I. 


Manchester, N. H. 


Calvin Webster Fitch, 


E.K. 


Hopkinton, Mass. 


2d Lieut. Corps D' Afrique. 






John Luther Foster, 


O.X. 


Manchester, N. H. 


John Tyler Gibson, 


T.^. 


Hopkinton, Mass. 


John Henry Heisel, 


N.H. 


Cleveland, 0. 


John Lewis Hildreth, 


A.B. 


New Ipswich, N. H. 


Ichabod Goodwin Hobbs, 


LP. 


North Berwick, Me. 


Klias Wilkins Howe, 


A.M. 


Bridgeport, Conn. 


Edward Francis Johnson, 


Z'O. 


Hudson, Mass. 


Charles Webster Kimball, 


P.A. 


Bradford, Mass. 


22d Mass. Volunteers. 






♦Leonard L. Kimball, 


O.W. 


Lowell, Mass. 


Charles Amos Merrill, 


FT. 


Washington, D. C. 


George Howard M. Rowe, 


E.I. A. Salmon Falls, N. H. 


John Calvin Webster, Jr., 


o.e. 


Hopkinton, Mass. 



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George A. Moshier, 


E.N. 


Sharon, Vt. 


Edward Lewis Osgood, 


0.0. 


Dorchester, Mass. 


John Augustus Skinner, 


OT. 


Vincennes, Ind. 


Alfred A. Thomas, 


Fn. 


Dayton, 0. 


James Richard Willard, 


U, 


Sherwood, Mich. 


Albert G. Wilson, 


RA, 


Russellville, 0. 


Amos W. Wright, 


o.r 


Springboro, 0. 




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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



David A. Anderson, 

Arthur Marcus Burbank, 

Charles Henry Chandler, 

Frederic Gore Cochran, 

Asa B. Cook, Jr., 

Charles Franklin Emerson, 

James Alexander Dupee Hughes, 

Erskine Chamberlain Curtis, 

Chas. G. Hale, 

Edwin Everett Smith, 



B'N. 


Goffstown, N. K. 


A'N. 


Winchester, N. H. 


V V 


New Ipswich, N. H 


r'B, 


St. Louis, Mo. 


AT. 


Marshall, Mich. 


H'O' 


Chelmsford, Mass. 


I,W. 


Nashua, N. H. 


h\0. 


Mt. Vernon, 0. 


A'r. 


Hanover, N. H. 


rA. 


Hanover, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Edward Hallam Carrier, H'D. 

James McEwen Drake, J.r. 

Jacob Francis Foltz, F.A. 

Edwin Peabody Gerry, A'Z. 

John White Griffin, E'A. 

Frank Hiland, K.N. 
Edwin Ruthven Hill Hodgman, A.M. 

Frederic William Jones, IM. 

Hiram Eugene McNott, A.P. 

James Means, F'X. 



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St. Louis, Mo. 
Rye, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Litchfield, N. H. 
Langdon, N. H. 
Mason, N. H. 
New Ipswich, N. H. 
Warrensburgh, N. Y. 
Marietta, O. 



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* Henry Foster Pratt, 
Joseph Benjamin Parker, 
Sidney Alwood Phillips, 
Samuel Edward Wood, 



Z'r. Akron, O. 

I,Z. Winchester, N. H. 

n.A. HolUs, N. H. 

I,¥, Framingham, Mass. 

M.N. Winchester, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Robert Miller Bolenius, 


£.<P. 


Lancaster, Pa. 


Francis Brown, 


N.M. 


Clinton, N. Y. 


James W. Cheney, Jr., 


M.r. 


Newburyport, Mass. 


William Hoyt Colgate, 


A'A. 


New York City. 


George Stephen Edgell, 


P.P. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


John Henry Hardy, 


O.M. 


HoUis, N. H. 


Albert Love Plummer, 


P.Z. 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Eustace Ballard Smith, 


T.W. 


Connelton, Ind. 


Newton Harris Wilson, 


Z'U, 


Donbarton, N. H. 


Franklin Worcester, 


KJ. 


HoUis, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Albert Armstrong Abbott, 
Melvin Ohio Adams, 
Charles Henry Conant, 
George Eugene Davis, 
William Wesley French, 
Frank Eugene Greenwood, 
Charles Ebenezer Hill, 
Thomas Henry Martin, 
James Brackett Mason, 
Edward Annis Merrill, 
Albert Augustus Osgood, 
Andrew Fairfield Reed, 



D.r. 


Satara, India. 


L.N. 


Ashbumham, Mass. 


P.I. 


Littleton, Mass. 


O.Q. 


San Francisco, Cal. 


I.E. 


No. Bridgewater, Mass. 


K.W. 


Newport, 0. 


L.A. 


Temple, N. H. 


o.r. 


Peacham, Vt. ' [Vt. 


M.K. 


White River Junction, 


FJ. 


Concord, N. H. 


E.n. 


Auburn, N. H. 


J'(P. 


Groton Center, Mass. 






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Rev. Charles Keyser, K.O. Providence, R. I. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 

George Byron Brand, ET. Rochester, N. Y. 

Rev. Andrew L. Freeman, H'A, Camillus, N. Y. 

Rev. William Dunlap Hedden, A,T, Orange, N. J. 

James Edmonds Spencer, MSi. Rochester, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 

Stephen H. Carpenter, J*"X. Madison, Wis. 

Rev. George S. Chace, F.B. Warren, R. I. 

James M. Savage, A,9^. Moultrie, Ga. 

Rev. James V. Scofield, A'6. Quincy, III. 

Rev. John Byington Smith, N.J, Farmerville, N. Y. 

Simeon Perry Webster, 1,1, Independence, la. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 

James Wallace Christopher, I,N. New York City. 

Rev. Edgar J. Goodspeed, A.Q, Chicago, 111. 

Edwin Oren Sage, J. A, Rochester, N. Y. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



Rev. John C. C. Clarke, 

Prof. Greek, Chicago University. 

Oscar Folsom, 
Rev. John H. Griffith, 
Francis Allen Macomber, 
Arthur Barker Rathbun, 



AS, Chicago, 111. 

P,S, Buffalo, N. Y. 

/.fi. Detroit, Mich. 

E'A. Rochester, N. Y. 

F'n, Oakfield, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 



Franklin Christopher Derr, AM. 
Rev. EzEKiEL Wilson Mundy, F.I. 

Joseph Augustus Peters, E.9. 

Rev. Adoniram Judson Sage, J.J. 

Rev. Theodore Warren Sheppard, E.I, 
Rev. Charles Edward Smith, H'E, 



Morestown, Pa. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa! 
Camden, N. J. 
Pawtucket, R. I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



Rev. Milton Bookstaver Comfort, I.X, 

Oliver Beisell Leonard, P,I. 

Rev. Robert Mackwood, T.I, 

Truman Mason, M,Z. 

Walter Burrit Moore, T.U, 

Otis Hall Robinson, O.A, 

Asst. Prof. Math. University of Roch- 
ester. 

Rev. Augustus Chesterman Shaw, A, 9, Rochester, N, Y. 



Baptist Mission, China. 
New York City. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Greenwich, N. Y, 
Chicago, III. 
Rochester, N. Y. 



lEighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



George Albert Allin, 
♦John Hurrell Brooking, 



P.¥. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
N.A. Dundas, C. W. 



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Rev. Elias Henry Johnson, 
Rev. William James Leonard, 
* Edwin Henry Pancost, 
John Henry West, 



A^.^. Rochester, N. Y. 

AT. Evansville, 111. 

I.r. Rochester, N. Y. 

N.n. St. Paul, Minn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Moreau Stephen Crosby, 


P,I. 


Grand Rapids, Mich 


Wesley Crouch, 


P.¥, 


Rochester, N. Y. 


Rev. Thomas W. Goodspeed, 


J.i2. 


Quincy, 111. 


Edwa-rd Henry Pierce, 




Troy, N. Y. 


John Fobes Tryon, 


/.r. 


Peoria, N. Y. 


David Wing, 


I.X, 


Rochester, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 

TRUftf AN Jay Backus, 

Henry Clay Bosley, 

George Francis Davis, Jr., 

William Henry Dickinson, 

Leonard Jarvis Gaylord, 

Rev. William Potts Hellings, 

George P. Ludlam, 

Milton Grosvenor Potter, M. T>,,Z,W, 

Albert Judson Taylor, 



K.S. 


Poughkeepsie, N. Y 


OJ. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


P.e. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


M,S, 


Marcus Hook, Pa. 


I.e. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


J.J. 


Germantown, Pa. 


p.j. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


z.r. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


r.o. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



James Lord Bishop, 
JosiAH Hooker Bissell, 
James R. Doolittle, Jr., 
Charles James Glass, 



E.J. 
A' A. 

A'N, 

i.n. 



New York City. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Syracuse, N. Y* 



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Joseph Holcomb Sheppard, 
Charles Duffield Wren, 



A'K. Greenwich, N. Y. 
Z.X. Middletown, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Albert Coit, 
James Franklin Keeney, 
Alonzo Ketcham Parker, 
Amandon Manly Persons, 
Oscar Frederic Thomas, 
Adam Henry Todd, 



0. T. Central Square, N. Y. 

0,A. Rochester, N. Y. 

rx. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

N.n. New York City. 

r.B. Brockport, N. Y. 

A.Q. Rochester, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Willard Parker Bissell, 


E.IL 


Rochester, N. Y. 


James E. Cheeney, 


A.X, 


Rochester, N. Y. 


Edward Taylor Hunt, 


O.W, 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Eugene Hudnutt Satterlee, 


r.T. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


• 

William Henry Stelle, 


A.O. 


Princeton, N. J. 


Horace Lapham Strong, 


Z.ll 


Lagrange, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



Frank Sumner Capen, 
Oncken Willard Cole, 
William Henry Davis, 
Frank Huntington, 
Henry Thaddeus Miller, 
William James Milne, 
William Carey Morey, 
James Monroe Taylor, 



r.e. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


T.r. 


Carmel, N. Y. 


p.n. 


Cincinnati, O. 


K.Y. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


X.K. 


Wyoming, N. Y. 


H'J. 


Brockport, N. Y. 


A.r. 


Rochester, N. Y. 


E.J. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Isaac D. Fowler, 
Edgar Pattison Glass, 
Horace Fidelio Kendall, 
Alonzo Clayton Raymond, 
Zachary Philo Taylor, 



A' A. York, N. Y. 

X.Q' Syracuse, N.Y. 

U'N. Syracuse, N. Y. 

r,A. Brockport, N. Y. 

B.r HoUey, N. Y. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Byron Winfield Buell, 
John Kennedy Fowler, 
Merrill Edwards Gates, 
MiLO GiFFORD Kellogg, 
Charles Herbert Taylor, 



Z.N. 

N.Q. 
J. If. 

r.i\ 

LA. 



Rochester, N. Y. 
Cuylerville, N. Y. 
Warsaw, N. Y. 
Adams, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Frank Backus Bishop, 
Henry Pendexter Emerson, 
Walter Sage Hubbell, 
Robert Bruce Hull, 



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J.A. 



Cleveland, O. 
Lynnfield, Mass. 
Keokuk, la. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Frank Thompson Elleson, 
Frank Sheldon Fosdick, 
Solon Tenney French, 
James Monroe Hudnut, 
Charles Mortimer Warren, 



P.X, Rochester, N. Y. 

r.r. Buffalo, N. Y. 

E.Ii. Rochester, N. Y. 

I\(P. Middleport, N. Y. 

0. U. Chicago, 111. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Jacob Bryant, 


H'Q, 


Monroe Co., Ala 


Samuel T. Carpenter, 


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Eutaw, Ala. 


Cornelius M. Huiton, 


r.r. 


Clinton, Ala. 


Henry J. Nott, 


P.J. 


Mobile, Ala. 


William F. Withers, 


irn. 


Mobile, Ala. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Junius K. Battle, 


r,r. 


Tuskegee, Ala. 


Reginald H. Dawson, 


EM. 


Cahawba, Ala. 


J. R. Griffin, 


P.O. 


Salem, Ala. 


Benjamin Mocke, 


J'N. 


Benton, Ala. 


Samuel G. Spiva, 


£.<^, 


Wilcox Co., Ala. 


John J. Steele, 


O.J. 


Benton, Ala. 


Joseph B, Thornton, 


o.z. 


Eufaula, Ala. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



William P. Chilton, 
William J. Hogan, 
Frank S, Morrisj:tt, 



E'S. Tuskegee, Ala. 
I.S. Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
P. 9. Monroe Co., Ala, 



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George Ellery Clarke, 


A.e, 


Falmouth, Mass. 


Seth Movar Dunning, 


E.A 


Chicago, 111. 


Rev. Samuel Bushnell Goodale, 


E,K. 


New York City. 


James Kellogg Mills, 


IM, 


Davenport, la. 


Col. U. S. Volunteers. 






Rev. George Mooar, 


r.x. 


Oakland, Cal. 


Rev. Charles Newman, 


I. A. 


Lanesboro, Mass. 


Jackson Temple, 


7'. J. 


San Francisco, Cal. 


Samuel Williams, 


MT. 


Albany, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



Rev. John S. Batchelder, 
John Woodbridge Dickinson, 

Prin. State Normal School. 

Rev. Henry M. Hazeltine, 
Hiram LaMotte Lewis, 
Arthur Latham Perry, . 

Prof. Hist, and Polit. Econ. Williams 
College. 

Charles Perry, 



A' A. Jaffrey, N. H. 

E'd. Westfield, Mass. 

P.r. Sherman, N. Y. 

/.r. Chicago, 111. 

H'A. Williamstown, Mass. 

il.r. Geneseo, 111. 




Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 

Hon. Erastus Newton Bates, P,N, Centralia, 111. 
Major U. S. Volunteers. 



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♦James Lawrence Clarke, A,B. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rcv.TheodoreAdolphus Gardner, T,9. Orient, L. I. 
Charles Franklin Gilson, P,I. Williamstown, Mass. 

Prof. Mod. Lang. Williams College. 
Harvey William Milligan, M. D., I,E,K, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Charles Augustus Walters, A.T. Burlington, N. J. 

Rev. Robert H. Williamson, H'II, Fon du Lac, Wis. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 

George Lapham Ames, M. D., 
Rev. Charles Robinson Bliss, 
James R. Dewey, 
Rev. Henry Martyn Grout, 
Edward Payson Hudson, 

Capt. U. S. Vglunteers. 

Rev. Abbott Eliot Kittredge, 
HoLLis Read Murdock, M. D., 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



A.S. 


Manchester, Vt. 


FA. 


South Readmg, Mass 


H'n. 


Chicago, 111. 


H'X. 


West Rutland, Vt. 


n.o. 


Port Royal, S. C. 


r'A. 


New York City. 


I.K. 


Stillwater, Minn. 



Phineas White Hitchcock, 


^.r.A". Nevada. 


Member of Congress. 








♦Edward J. Hooker, M. 


D., 


A.S. 


South Hadley, Mass 


Charles Jennison, 




A,E. 


Clarksburgh, N. J. 


Henry Erwin Miner, 




E'Z. 


Manchester, Vt. 


William A. Nettleton, 




A'B. 


New York City. 


Cyrus A. Snow, 




S.A. 


Tazewell, Tenn. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



Oliver K. Lapham, 
Robert J. Mitchell, 

Capt. U. S. Volunteers. 



A.e. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
B.S. Princeton, N. J. 



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Rev. George B. Newcomb, 
William V. V. Rapalje, M. D., 
Charles Whittier, 



0.¥. Bloomfield, Conn. 
IJI. New York City. 
-E.fi. Maine. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Valentine Burt Chamberlin, 
G. Havens De Bevoise, 
George Dickinson Goodrich, 
William Greenough Harding, 
Rev. Elias Cornelius Hooker, 
Alexander Hutchins, M. D., 
Homer Bemis Stevens, 



NM» New Britain, Conn. 

E,3, Boxford, Mass. 

PM. East Windsor Hill, Ct. 

AM, Pittsfield, Mass. 

E,A, Newburyport, Mass. 

H'A. Brooklyn, N, Y. 

IVQ. Westfield, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Rev. John Griffith Ames, 
George Henry Beckwith, 
Justin Dewey, Jr., 
Arthur Brown Graves, 
Benjamin Franklin Lee, Jr., 
Henry Munson Lyman, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. Volunteers. 

Benjamin Franklin Parsons, 
William Tilden Pelton, 
Joseph Robie Putnam, 



OJ, 


Manchester, Vt. 


r.n. 


Plattsburgh, N. Y. 


i.r. 


Boston, Mass. 


F'e, 


Astoria, N. Y. 


A.K. 


New York City. 


P.2. 


Hilo, Hawaiian IsPs. 



H'A. New Marlboro, Mass. 
AM. New Lebanon, N. Y. 
P. ¥. St. Anthony, Minn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



Robert Hayes Antes, 
John Welles James, 
Horace Hills Morgan, 



B,A. Canandaigua, N. Y. 
rn. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
P.Q:K. St. Louis, Mo. 



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George Franklin Mills, 
Frederick William Mitchell, 

Lieut. U. S. Volunteers. 

Charles Pinkney H. Nason, 
S. Edgar Wells, 



i^.iJXWilliamstown, Mass. 
AI, Hudson, N. Y. 

A. 9, Washington, D. C. 
A.K. Albany, N. Y. 




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Edward Stanley Atwood, 
Rev. Charles Hume Baldwin, 
Joseph Sidney Mitchell, M. D., 
William H. Swift, 
Alfred Otis Treat, M. D., 
Rev. Charles Russell Treat, 

Prof. Physiology and Phys. Training, 
Williams College. 



EM. 


Boston, Mass. 


E.J. 


Peekskill, N. Y. 


A'l. 


Chicago, 111. 


SM' 


Pittsfield, Mass. 


A.Z. 


Shanghai, China. 


EJ. 


Williamstown, Mass 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



♦Charles Rollin Bissell, 

Charles Gardner, 

Charles Augustus Kingsbury, 



A.H. Southampton, Mass. 
H.E. Hancock, Mass. 
I.E. Newton Centre, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Samuel Seward Benedict, 


A. 2. 


Factory Point, Vt. 


George Ernest Goodrich, 


E.A. 


Pittsfield, Mass. 


John Woodbridge Hawley, 


E'Y. 


Lynn, Mass. 


Richard N. Oakman, Jr., 


i.r. 


Savannah, Ga. 


William Talcoit, Jr., 


A.S. 


Jersey City, N. J. 


Edmond Lewis Wyman, 


A.3. 


Factory Point, Vt. 


Charles T. F. Spoor, 


E.Q. 


Coxsackie, N. Y. 



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Samuel S. Bailey, 


e^x. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Thomas Hope Brooks, 


H'S. 


Cleveland, 0. 


Joseph Horfall Johnson, 


o.n. 


White Plains, N. Y. 


Harry Keen, 


P,S. 


Springfield, Mass. 


Lemuel Carrington Mygatt, 


E'X, 


Chary, N. Y. 


Morton Shattuck Parmelee, 


P.W, 


Malone, N. Y. 


AzARiAH Smith Storm, 


I.Q. 


Bergen, N. J. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Charles Hale Hooker, 
John Quincy Wells, 



A.W. Westfield, Mass. 
N,0. Clifton Springs, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Frederick Annable, 
Solon French, 
Joseph Homer, 
William H. H. Tuttle, 
Frank West, 



A A, Williamstown, Mass. 

n.W, Pittsfield, Mass. 
P,T, Williamstown, Mass. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 



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Horace Webster, M. D., LL. D., H.A' New York City. 

Pres and Prof. Philosophy, College 
City New York. 

Rev. J. Graeff Barton, I'd, New York City. 

Prof. Engl. Lang, and Lit. College 
City New York. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 

Rodney Glentworth Kimball, RS. Albany, N. Y. 
Prof. Math. State Normal School. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



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William Henry Abel, 

Simeon Baldwin, Jr., 

♦Rev. Lewis Condict Bayles, 

Elihu Dwight Church, 

Luis Fernandez, M. D., 

Benjamin Franklin Lee, Jr., 

Francis Asbury Mason, 

James Weir Mason, 

*Rev. Henry Albertson Post, 

Dayton Wycoff Searle, M. D., 



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H'A. New York City. 

OM. New York City. 

A.E. San Francisco, Cal. 

E.e. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

E.A, New York City. 

A.K' New York City. 

PJK Memphis, Tenn. 
J. r.yr. Albany, N. Y. 

N.r, Warrensburgh, N. Y. 

Z'X. New York City. 



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Rev. Charles Henry Pratt, AM. 

Rev. Franklin S. Rising, U'A' 

Financial Sec. American Church Mis- 
sionary Society. 

Russell Sturgis, Jr., IJ. 

♦James Lyman Van Buren, M,E. 

Brev. Brig.-Gen. U. S. Volunteers. 

Everett P. Wheeler, LL. B., T,d,K, New York City. 



Brookfield, Mo. 
New York City. 

New York City. 
New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Cleveland Abbe, 


AJL 


Cincinnati, O. 


Director of Cincinnati Observatory. 






Smith Bloomfield, LL. B., 


I.B. 


New York City. 


David Green Fanning, 


LI. 


Brooklyn, N. Y 


George Elias Hawes, M. D., 


P.W. 


New York City. 


Charles Henry Kitchel, 


A'S, 


New York City. 


Rev. John Sinclair Roberts, 


0,A. 


Canonsburg, Pa 


Prof. Math. Washington and Jeffcr- 






College. 






Adolph Werner, 


E.Q. 


New York City. 


Prof. German Lang, and Lit. College 


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City New York. 







Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



♦Matthew James Blakely, M,B, 

♦William Kingsland Kallock, J7/. 
Alexander Phcenix KETCHUM,LL.B.i4.2'. 

Brev. Brig.-Gen. 

John Wesley Pulman, 0.6. 

Walter Seabury Sands, LL. B., E.A. 

♦Henry King Sloan, JC.F. 



New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Parkersburg, Va. 
New York City. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 

Rev. John Perrin Appleton, ll,N. Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Oscar Brown Ireland, Z'I. Monteria, N. Granada. 

Lieut. Signal. Corps U. S. Army. 

Benjamin Ellis Martin, M. D., ^B, New York City. 
Ed. U. S. Service Magazine. 

James Alfred Seaman, AA.K. New York City. 

L. De Forest Woodruff, M. D., J'J. New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 

Rev. Charles Leland Balch, A,T, Janesville, Wis. 

Rev. Melatiah E. Dwight, M. D., M,E, New York City. 

William Ellsworth, Jr., E,S, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Frederick Hobart, A' A, Newark, N. J. 

Capt. 9th N. J. Volunteers. 

♦Charles Clarence T. Keith, P. A, New York City. 

Capt. Signal Corps U. S. Army. 

Charles McLean Knox, LL. B., B'n, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Major N. Y. Cavalry, U. S. Army. 

Frederick Robert, A,N. New York City. 

Henry Edwin Tremain, E'W, New York City. 
Brev. Brig.-Gen. U. S. Volunteers. 

Henry Kirke White, LL. B., E.I, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Albert Young, A,X, Stamford, Conn. 

♦Edward Francis Young, AT. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Major 4th N. Y. Artillery. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 

Joseph Benson Barnum, O.A. New York City. 

Edwin Frank Hyde, LL. B., F.I. New York City. 

William Cargill Kimball, l.M. New York City. 



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Roland Greene Mitchell, Jr., 
James Henry Pullman, 
Frederick Jarvis Slade, 



O.n. New York City. 
E,0, New York City. 
Z'B, Elmira, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



AT, New York City. 



Charles Roberts, Jr., 

Tut. College City New York. 

Albert Dodge Smith, AM, 

James Matthews Trippe, I,X, 

Lieut.-Col. 24th U. S. Colored Troops. 



New York City. 
Orange, N. J. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Henry Ashton Crosby, 


P.Q. 


New York City. 


John Klihu Dwight, 


A'W 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Washington W. Ellsworth, 


ya 

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Henry Walton Grinnell, 


N,e. 


Yokohama, Japan. 


Ex-Lieut. U. S. Navy, 






Inspector General Japanese Navy. 






Gilbert Livingston Morse, 


B.J. 


Newark, N. J. 


Charles Henry O'Connor, 


B.W 


New York City. 


Edward Livingston Owen, 


A. 9. 


New York City. 


William James Slauson, 


A'A. 


New York City. 


U. S. Navy. 






Appleton Sturgis, 


n.z. 


New York City. 


Lieut, and A. D. C. U. S. Army. 







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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 

William Lanman Bull, Z'9. New York City. 

George Francis Demarest, ZT. New York City. 

Richard Booth Greenwood, Jr., O.P. New York City. 



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Clinton Jones Hartt, 
Erasmus Darwin Hudson, Jr., 
George Frederick Mayer, 
Albert Mansfield Patterson, 
Seely Benedict Patterson, 
Samuel Sweetser, 



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S,S. 



E.A. 
A.W. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Omaha, Nebr. 
New York City. 
Easton, Pa. 
New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sfxty-flve. 



John Player Crosby, Jr., 
Frederick Nevins Dodge, 
Daniel Trimble Oilman, 
William Oreenwood, 
John Bromham Hawes, 
Urban Oillespie Hitchcock, M. D. 
Alfred Mankin Jenks, 
♦Archibald Duncan Kennedy, 
John Augustus Knapp, 
William Henry Lane, 
William Maitland Murray, 
♦Edward Sturgis, 

1st Lieut. 20th Mass. Volunteers. 

Charles Edward Tracy, 
William Henry Van Arsdale, 



O.J. 


New York City. 


ITT. 


New York City. 


A.N' 


Middletown, Conn. 


P.X. 


New York City. 


AH. 


New York City. 


A.B. 


New York City. 


N.r 


Mount Vernon, N. Y. 


d.^. 


Vairs Mills, N. Y. 


A'S. 


New York City. 


A'Q. 


New York City. 


A'M. 


New York City. 


r.r 


New York City. 


BT. 


New York City. 


B.I. 


New York City. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Ernst Frederick Eurich, 


A'A. 


Freiberg, Saxony. 


William Aymar Kissam, 


A'M. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Danford Henry Knowlton, 


A'^. 


New York City. 


Henry Newton, 


A'W. 


New York City. 


Charles Broughton Soutter, 


AT. 


Sing Sing, N. Y. 


Ernest Werner, 


AN. 


New York City. 



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Elght0en Hundred and Sixty-seven. 

RY Fowler Chapman, 
ULES Edward Hiscox, 
r HoBBABD Howell, 
tEL Phcenix Ketchum, 
us Henry Nutting, 
JKLIN Bayard Patterson, 
JEi, Edmund Seaman, 
^Nzo Bkicham Shepard, 
RGE Stephens, Jr., 
RY Pearl Talmadge, 



N.M. 


New York City. 


r.N. 


New York City. 


f.A- 


Cincinnati, 0. 


d.f. 


Harlem, N. Y. 


A. A. 


Hannibal, Mo. 




Chicago, 111. 


Xfi. 


New York City 


J. A' 




r.'F-. 


New York City 


¥,r 


New York City 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



PH Solace Bos worth, 
lARD Rogers Bowker, 
0. Frelinghuysen Chambers, 

!RT DeLAFIELD, 

:>ERiCK Hinman Hamlin, 
ER Rockwell Knowlton, 
ert Bach McMaster, 
•fcis Huntington Rankin, 
[.I AM Allen Smith, 
RY Johnson Williams, 
•JKLIN Emerson Woodford, 



AX. New York City. 

ffQ. New York City. 

ST. New York City. 

ffF. New York City. 

ffT. New York City. 

J/.r New York City. 

O.f. New York City. 

A.X. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

M.D. New York City. 

N.d. New York City. 

ffA. Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



RGE Augustus Baker, 
'IN Thomas Hiscox, 
.SON Olcott, 



fl.X New York City. 
O.n. New York City. 
O.X. New York City. 



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Henry Turner Patterson, 


N,B. 


New York City. 


James Thomas Pettus, 


IJ. 


New York City. 


Edward Morse Shepard, 


O.A, 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Stephen Wilson Van Schaick, 


rp. 


New York City. 


Howard Payson Wilds, 


A'A. 


New York City. 


Frank Luman Wing, 


M.¥, 


New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Graham McAdam, 
Abbott Lawrence Mills, 
John Sidman Moore, 
Charles Hine Nettleton, 



r.r. New York City. 

A.M, Warwick, N. Y. 

M.S. New York City. 

&0, New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Wheeler DeForest Edwards, FJ. 

William Edward Fulton, LX. 

Shirley McAndrew, B'^, 

Rogers Minott Sherman, N,A, 

Herbert Edgar Smith, E'T, 

Daniel Kissam Young, A. A, 



New York City. 
New York City. 
Staten Island, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
New York City. 
New York City. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Edward Daniel Falkner, J.^. 

Newberry Davenport Lawton, B^P. 

Henry Clifford Miller, A,X, 

James Lawrence Woodward, ^M. 



New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 



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Rev. John W. Merrill, D. U., I'N, Concord, N. H. 

Pres. McKendree College, 
Pres. and Prof. Theol. Phil. Meth. 
Gen. Bib. Institute. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk Watkins, A' A. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, D. D., A.B, New York City. 
Tut. Hamilton College, 
Prof. Lang. Western University, 
Prof. Belle-Lettres Mich. University, 
Ed. Meth. Quarterly Review. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 

William Roe, E'P, Wolcott, N. Y. 

Rev. John Emory Round, PS, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Capt. 43d Mass. Infantry. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 

Rev. Alexander D. McVoy, 3.N, Mobile, Ala. 

Chaplain C. S. A. 

Orville.W. Powers, E,A, Appleton, Wis. 

Prof. Lawrence University. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 

Rev. Charles W. Brooks, A'8, Lowville, N. Y. 

Solomon Chapin, F'A, Boston, Mass. 

Tut. Western University. 

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Ptea. in'i ?-.-„ T.1-J-... 

Cea. = "-. :^s-.:rj:^ 

Rer. W[Lsn F:i£ V-.iTX 

Rct. Daxiel p. Whe: in 

Tai, HuE::i(ni Couqrv, 
Ptot Lioe:. Westen; In: 
Plot Belle-Letties Mic=. 
Ed. MtTh. t)uanerh- Rev 



WiLLUM Roe, 
-Rev. John Eiiorv Roim 
Capl. 43d Mass. Iniamr 




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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



Robert Carswell, 
♦James Augustus Church, 
O. H. Fernald, 

Prof. Lang. Scholfield's College. 

Rev. Charles Thurston Johnson, 
Melville M. Johnston, 
Rev. James Robinson Moore, 
Rev. Joseph Pullman, 
Rev. Isaac E. Smith, 

Prof. Nat. Sci. Cazenovia Seminary. 

Joseph Lybrant Topham, 

1st Lieut. 2d N.J. Cavalry. 



A,P. 


Narham, C. W. 


A'S, 


Arrington, Me. 


A.A. 


Providence, R. L 


AX. 


Chicopee Falls, Mass. 


Z'Q. 


New York City. 


A.Z, 


Florence, N. Y. 


O.n. 


Seymour, Conn. 


A'X. 


Simsbury, Conn. 



n.r, Washington, D. C. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



Rev. B. Whittemore Chase, M.S. 
Rev. Charles Washburn Church, E.A. 

Charles Amos Merrill, A'O' 

John J. Reed, Jr., E,Z. 

Prof. Mill. Inst., Penn. 

Rev. George Louis Thompson, E.S. 

Rev. John Swinburne Whedon, F'II. 



Enfield, N. H. 
West Suffield, Conn. 
Washington, D. C. 
Lancaster, Pa. 

Ridgefield, Conn. 
Kensington, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Rev. Theodore Charles Beach, 
Howard Chandler Beale, 
Albert William Chapin, 
Andrew Jackson Groves, 

Capt. U. S. Colored Troops. 

James Henry Groves, 

Rev. Albert Overton Hammond, 



T.A. 


Unionville, Conn. 


A'M. 


Hudson, Me. 


I.N. 


Boston, Mass. 


E.2. 


Christiana, Del. 


An. 


Kirkwood, Del. 


E.P. 


Babylon, L. I. 



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Robert Lander, 


A.A. 


Bridgeport, Conn 


Joseph William Stover, 


O.N, 


Bucksport, Me. 


Augustus Whitney Weeks, 


I'M. 


Lowell, Mass. 


Adams Brock Wilson, 


I.¥. 


Newbury, Vt. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



Hamline Janes Andrus, 
Frank Howard Beale, • 
George Blauvelt Dusinberre, 
Henry Warren Flint, 
George Hollis Hammond, 
Morris Watson Prince, 
Joseph Emerson Robins, 
Julius William Russell, 
Henry Lucius Washburn, 



AX. 


New York City. 


A^. 


Bucksport, Me. 


A.E. 


Edenville, N. Y. 


E.T. 


Bethel, Vt. 


O.P. 


Smithtown, N. Y. 


I.n. 


Warren, Me. 


M.O. 


Littleton, N. H. 


Y.B. 


Shelbume, Vt. 


AW. 


Stafford Spa, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



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George Foster Cady, 


r,x. 


Portland, Conn. 


Wilbur Fisk Crafts, 


A.I, 


Middletown, Conn. 


Edson Warburton Davis, 


E.T. 


Albany, N. Y. 


Robert Newton Fearon, 


P.P. 


Oneida, N. Y. 


Samuel Emery Holden, 


EI. 


Concord, N. H. 


Albert Gillet Jepson, 


A,N. 


Hammond, N. Y. 


Holmes Mayhew Jernegan, 


AM, 


New York City. 


David Eugene Miller, 


A.A. 


N. Grosvenordale, Ct. 


Alfred Noon, 


ri. 


Middletown, Conn. 


Jonathan E. Richards, 


A A. 


Steuben, N. Y. 


Albert Aurelius Tyler, 


P.O. 


Haddam, Conn. 


Harvey Woodward, 


A'Z. 


Keene, N. H. 




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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Frank Edward Barrett, 


MJ. 


Melrose, Mass. 


Albert Barnard Crafts, 


PT. 


Middletown, Conn. 


Charles Sherman Edgerton, 


AJl 


Troy, N. Y. 


John Hessie Emerson, 


!'¥. 


Watertown, Mass. 


Charles Wesley Gallagher, 


EX. 


Austin, Nev. 


George Preston Mains, 


rj^. 


Mexico, N. Y. 


Edward Annis Merrill, 


P.T. 


Concord, N. H. 


Alfred Seelye Roe, 


E.P. 


Fulton, N. Y. 


Joseph B. Thomas, Jr., 


A'l. 


Boston, Mass. 


Charles Merrill Wilson, 


wn. 


Govemeur, N. Y. 


Harry Burns Hutchins, 


A'B. 


Newbury, Vt. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



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Daniel Stillman Alford, 


A.N. 


Riverton, Conn. 


James Madison Beede, 


E.r. 


Hebron, N. H. 


Byron Alden Brooks, 


P.O. 


Govemeur, N. Y. 


Frederick Henry Crafts, 


E'M. 


Middletown, Conn. 


Watson T. Dunmore, 


M.N. 


Auburn Centre, Penn. 


Charles Amzi Genung, 


irz. 


Fort Montgomery, N.Y 


Theodore E. Hancock, 


J.J. 


Fulton, N. Y. 


William Lore, 


J/. J. 


Auburn, N. Y. 


French Albert Sawyer, 


AT. 


Newport, N. H. 


William Frederic Whitcher, 


I'll 


Benton, N. H. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Silas W. Kent, 


K.n. 


Remsen, N. Y. 


Watson L. Phillips, 


A.B. 


Sandy Hill, N. Y. 


Robert J. Round, 


O.Z. 


Lenoir, N. C. 


Allen R. Shay, 


A.P. 


Sandyston, N. J. 


Charles W. Young, 


r.r. 


East Pittston, Me. 






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Rev. Richard Leo Ganter, 
Rev. John Mills Kendrick, 
Benjamin Locke Lang, 

Prof. Math. Kenyon College, 
Prin. Port. Female Seminary. 

Hamilton L. Smith, 

Prof. Nat. Sci. Kenyon College. 
Prof. Nat. Sci. Hobart College. 



jp'II. Iowa City, la. 

N.6. Fort Scott, Ks. 

f.fC. Portsmouth, O. 

O.AT. Gambler, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Lewis Payne, 



I, J. Pomeroy, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



George Smith Allen, 
Charles Bierce Guthrie, 
James Denton Hancock, 

Prof. Math. West. University, Pa. 

William Marshall, 

Adjt. 3d 111. Cavalry. 

Edward Hanson Mayo, 
Timothy Henry Rearden, 
Robert Clinton Smith, 



IJF, Newburg, N. Y. 

A.r, Buffalo, N. Y. 

i/.r. Pittsburg, Pa. 

J'/?. Charleston, III. 

J.Z Indianapolis, Ind. 

H'A, Cleveland, O. 

E'S, Cincinnati, O. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 


lY Whitehouse Chipman, 


Z'S. Detroit, Mich, 


Arunah Harper, 


ra. Pittsburg, Pa. 


NORRIS, 

:hew Trimble, 


H-n. Plainfield, 0. 
A.E. Pomeroy, 0. 


Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 


lAY Davis, 
ipi. U. S. Army. 

YOONG KlUNG, 


r. A' San Francisco, Cal. 
H'O. Shanghai, China. 


RT Bronson Payne, 


T.r Nashville, Tenn. 


Eighteen Hundred 


and Sixty-twe. 


Alexander V. G. Allen, 

rof. Eccl. Hist. Protestant Epiaco 
pal Divinity School. 
Wiluam D'Orville Doty, 


nr Cambridge, Mass. 
A'Q! Brooklyn, N. Y. 


ION Frank Dunham, 


J'lf. New York City. 


.RD Augustus Kitzmiller, 


m. Pittsburgh, Penn. 


GE Edward Mann, 
ipt. 3d Va, Caraliy. 
hyatekha, 


ZX Gloucester Co., Va. 
A'r. Grand River, C. W. 


R. Vance, 


O.J. Martinsburg, 0. 


Eighteen Hundred 


and Sixty-three. 


LES Heber Mendenhall, 
t Lieut. 78th Pa. Volunieers. 


I.V. Hamilton, Pa. 


:am Prvor Payne, 

t Lieut. Szd Ind. Volunieers. 


E-n. Richirrand, Ind. 




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Alphonso David Rockwell, 

86th Ohio Volunteers. 

Edgar Sharpe, 

2d Lieut. 5th Ind. Cavalry. 

BUFORD TWYMAN, 

Capt. 5th Ky. Cavalry. 



J'if. New Canaan, Conn. 
r,B, Evansville, Ind. 
0,0, Louisville, Ky. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



Rev. William Percy Brown, 
Rev. George Galen Carter, 
Robert Bethell Claxton, 
Frank Winfield Hubby, 
Shrewsbury D. Hurst, 
James Marshall, 

1st Lieut. U. S. Army. 

Burton C. Mitchell, 

1st Lieut 94th Ohio Volunteers. 

William Watts Taylor, 
Pliny Edwin Watson, 

Q.-M. 55th Ohio Volunteers. 



A,r New York City. 

E,T, Glastonbury, Conn. 

E,H. Philadelphia, Pa. 

K,E' Cleveland, O. 

I,T, Versailles, Ky. 

A, J, Charleston, 111. 

N,^. Madison, Wis. 

H'A. Cincinnati, O. 

E'ff. Upper Sandusky, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



John Creighton Ball, 

1st Lieut. 6th Ind. Cavalry. 

Charles Edward Burr, 
James Sayer Norton, 
George Jones Peet, 
John Kimball Woodward, 



E,H. Terre Haute, Ind. 

A.T, Worthington, O. 

A. 8. Lockport, 111. 

E'A' New York City. 

N.S, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



George Pendleton Bowler, 

4p 

C/V — - ^"^ 



F'A' Cincinnati, O. 



UfcrfUl^MM^M*! 



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Nathaniel Pendleton Dandridge, E,(y Cincinnati, O. 
Edmund Norton, Z'X. Lockport, 111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty^seven. 



Edward Bentley Church, 7/7. 

Frederick H. Medary, P.B, 

Edward Wm. Frazer Reynolds, J.^. 

vung plan suvoong, h'o, 



Wheeling, Va. 
Columbus, O. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Shanghai, China. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



William Harrison Danaldson, 
John Gregson, 
Harry Clay Hart, Jr., 
John McCorkle McDonald, 
Franklin Shaw Nicholson, 
Nevil Pemberton Whitesides, 
Charles Granville Wilson, 



J/.J. Terre Haute, Ind. 

H'A' Philadelphia, Pa. 

T,Y, StXiOuis, Mo. 

M.I, Urban, O. 

NAl. Boston, Mass. 

A, I, Frankfort, Ky. 

A, I. Fremont, O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Walker McC. Dorsey, 


M.r. 


Piqua, 0. 


Albert Leicester Hayden, 


P.X. 


New York City 


Edward R. Lang, 


A.F' 


Portsmouth, O. 


Charles Djalma Leggett, 


r.<P. 


Fairfield, la. 


Charles Webb Sadler, 


A.B. 


Sandusky, O. 


Charles Henry Wetmore, 


A.I. 


Columbus. O. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



A. Frank Kelley, 
Henry Johns Peet, 



Z'^. Massillon, O. 
P.¥. Holyoke, Mass. 



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191 



Bernard Shulte, 
Harry E. Wilson, 
John Scott Wilson, 
Russell Jones Wilson, 



H.Z. Dayton, O. 

Y.r. Dubuque, la. 

S.X, San Francisco, Cal, 

E,Z. San Francisco, Cal. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Guy Buttles Case, 
Eli Pinney Evans, 
William Mortimer Hughes, 
Albert Buttles Smith, 



T.B, Terre Haute, Ind. 

E'P. Dublin, O. 

A.P. Frankfort, Ky. 

B.e. Geneva, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Albert Douglas, 
John Ligtner Egbert, 
Raymond Holmes, 



A.X, Chillicothe, O. 
H.N. Frankfort, Ky. 
O.A, San Francisco, Cal. 



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William R. Adams, M.X. Lowville, N. Y. 

Hon. George A. Brandreth, E.Z. Sing Sing, N. Y. 

Lewis Collins, I^S. Albany, N. Y. 

JOHN A. DeREMER, J?. i^.A^ Schenectady, N. Y. 

Prof. Union College. 

Rev. Alexander McA. Thorburn, HT, Spencerport, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



Charles E. Baldwin, 


B'A. 


Albany, N. Y. 


John Baldwin, 


B.n. 


Albany, N. Y. 


George William Brooks, 


r.T. 


Cooperstown, N. Y. 


John Darwin Shepard Cook, 


AX. 


Ledgedale, Pa. 


Charles Henry Peck, 


E.W. 


Albany, N. Y. 


• 

Wilson Marcy Powell, 


N.Z. 


New York City. 


•Charles Henry Sears, 


A.0. 


Mechanicsville, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 



Joseph Bell, 

Asst. U. S. District Attorney. 

Samuel Adams Bowen, J.X 
Peter Van Schaack Pruyn, M. D., E,^. 

CoLTON Joseph Reed, A'S. 

Rev. Francis Fenelon Rice, A'N, 

Rev. Everett Reuben Sawyer, E,M, 

Henry Lewis Smith, N,P, 

Charles Ezra Sprague, E,I, 



n.A, New York City. 



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Cooperstown, N. Y. 
Kinderhook, N. Y. 
Centerville, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Albion, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Peekskill, N. Y. 



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Jlpha Delta Phi. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



Eldridge Gerry Root Adams, 

John Lindsay Hill, 

Ira Cole Terry, 

Rev. James Pattison Viele, 

Timothy E. Wilcox, M. D., 

Surg. U. S. Army. 



J.?r. Lowvflle, N. Y. 

r.ff. Schenectady, N. Y. 

J.A, Peru, O. 

r.A. SchuylerviUe, N. Y. 

TM, Newport Barracks, Ky. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



James Lowe Bothwell, 


A'A 


Albany, N. Y. 


John Henry Dennis, 


A'l. 


Waterford, N. Y 


Samuel Burnett Howe, 


I.A. 


Albany, N. Y. 


Oliver P. Steves, 


n.B. 


Troy, N. Y. 


Benjamin Franklin Wright, 


E.X. 


Sauquoit, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 



William Penn Bard, 


./.r. 


Reading, Pa. 


Rev. Seth Curtis Beach, 


s,^. 


Cambridge, Mass 


♦Henry Nehemiah Beckwith, 


E.P. 


Chicago, 111. 


Charles Gould Clark, M. D. 


RS. 


Troy, N. Y. 


Charles Locke Easton, 


E.e. 


Chicago, 111. 


George S. Stevens, 


PM. 


Catskill, N. Y. 


Rev. David NewlandVanderveer 


, J.X 


Kingston, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



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♦Charles A. Dreyer, 


H.0. 


Hoboken, N. J. 


Henry C. Sanborn, 


P.d. 


Plattsburgh, N. Y. 


William H. Sanborn, 


A,X. 


Morristown, N. J. 


Alonzo p. a. Strong, 


n.s. 


Schenectady, N. Y, 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Robert I. Gregg, M. D., 
William Barr Lynn, 
David C. Robinson, 
Lewis H. Rockwell, 

Tutor Union College. 

Edwin Russell, 
Warren G. Sayer, 
Freling H. Smith, 



LA, St. Louis, Mo. 

te. New York City. 
A,ZJ. Elmira, N. Y. 

r.-T. Schenectady, N. Y. 

LB. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

A,Z, Wabash, Ind. 

P,N. New York City. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



George Alexander, 
♦John Alexander, 
Matthew Bender, 
Augustus E. Curtis, 
George Kearney, 
Henry C. Littlefield, 
Daniel L. Smith, 
♦William C. Stevens, 
Barnet Wager, 

Lieut. U. S. Army. 



0,A, Elmira, N. Y. 
A^.2'.i4. Johnston, N. Y. 

r.r. Albany, N. Y. 

YM, BaUston, N. Y. 

EM. Annapolis, Md. 

E.^. Albany, N. Y. 

A. A. Mechanicsville, N. Y. 

A. A, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

N.P. Rhinebeck, N. Y. 



Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Joseph A. Lockwood, 


O.T. 


Jersey City, N. J. 


Alphonso R. Olney, 


N,A. 


New York City. 


Frederick W. Seward, M. D., 


A,<P. 


Florida, N. Y. 


Horace C. Stanton, 


E.X. 


Schenectady, N. Y 



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Eigliteen Hundred and Sixty-eight. 



Henry A. Harmon, 
Eugene K. Herrick, 



i:.2:.^.Glenville, N. Y. 
E,B, Duanesburgh, N. Y. 



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196 



jilpha Delta Phi. 



t 



William V. Kirke, 
Arthur H. McFarland, 
Theodore R. Shear, 



A,9. Niverville, N. Y. 
M.P. Delhi, N.Y. 
E.AX Albany, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Seymour W. Birch, 
John H. Clapp, 
Louis H. Knapp, 
William P. McLaury, 
Theodore J. O. Thatcher, 



YM, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

OT, White Plains, N. Y. 

K.P. Buflfalo, N.Y. 

A,I. Walton, N. Y. 

A.Z. HomellsviUe, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Albert L. Gibbs, 
William F. Gray, 
James B. Lockwood, 
William E. Mapes, 
Friend F. Merriman, 
Charles N. Matson, 
Albert S. Smith, 



B.E. Stuyvesant, N. Y. 

r'B. Albany, N.Y. 

MM' White Plains, N. Y. 

A.B. Florida, N. Y. 

E.Y. Pittstontown, N. Y. 

P.Q. Owego, N. Y. 

B.¥. Rupert, Vt, 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



George W. Bristol, 


O.A. 


Owego, N. Y. 


Charles £. Hollenback, 


A.O. 


Owego, N. Y. 


Gabriel Wisner, 


B.e. 


Elmira, N. Y. 


William W. Jenks, 


A'A. 


Owego, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



J. Melvin Thomas, 
Daniel B. Wood, 



E.T. Albany, N.Y. 
N.Z. Allantown, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Richard Felix Abbay, 
George Robert Hill, 
John Davidson Ogilvie, 
James William Porter, 
Samuel Andrew Rodgers, 
John Bell Walton, 



I,S, Commerce, Mass. 

Z'X. Franklin, Tenn. 

A.B. Larkensville, Ala. 

£,8, Paris, Tenn. 

N.K, Knoxville, Tenn. 

r,K, Aberdeen, Miss. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



John Hyde Braly, 
Marcus Bearden Dewitt, 
Josephus Hall, 
William Andrew Haynes, 
David Anderson Lowry, 
William Logan McClure, 
James Russell Tolbert, 



A'T. Santa Clara, Cal. 

S.A, Huntsville, Ala. 

H'A Eutaw, Ala. 

irn. Brownsville, Tenn. 

A . ?r. Ly nn ville, Tenn. 

H'l. Rome, Tenn. « 

I, A, Newnan, Ga. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 



Powhattan Baptist, 
Richard Thomas Kerr, 
•Charles Martin, 



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rB. Dayton, Ala. 

A J. Spring River, Mo. 

A,Q. Lebanon, Tenn. 



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Jl^ka Delia Phi. 



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Henry Clay Martin, 
James Hoggatt McClain, 
♦Benjamin David Stewart, 
Thomas Adkins Street, 
William Henry Tabb, 
Calvin Van Guy, 



E'S. Scottsville, Ky. 

I, A. Lebanon, Tenn. 

B,X, Winchester, Tenn. 

FK. Warrenton, Ala. 

/.'jP*. Columbus, Miss. 

/.//. Tuscumbia, Ala. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 



Alexander Allison, 




Huntsville, Ala. 


John McMurray Lansden, 


M.S, 


Loami, 111. 


Ellioit Spotswood McClung, 


I.X. 


Huntsville, Ala. 


William Garret McKenzie, 


A'S. 


Spring Hill, Tenn 


John Rayburn, 


AT. 


Guntersville, Ala. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Samuel Dumont Halliday, 


IJ. 


Ithaca, N. Y. 


DeWi'it Johnson Brigham, 


EM. 


Watkins, N. Y. 


Brant Van Blarcome Dixon, 


F'l. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Edwin Douglass, 


E.J. 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Morris Morris Ross, 


O.K. 


Washington, D. C. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Frederic Lee Gilbert, 
Walter Scott McGregor, 
Eugene J. Hadley, 
George Henry Phelps, 
Henry Hale Seymour, 



P.r. Albany, N. Y. 

T.e. Oneida, N. Y. 

r.8. New Bedford, Mass. 

0.9^. Syracuse, N. Y. 

A^.^. Mount Morris, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Thomas Castle, 


rn. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


Henry JuDSON Hurd, 


E.A. 


Batavia, N. Y. 


Chester Hicks Loomis, 


I.B. 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


William Workman Lyon, 


J'X. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


Frank M. Taylor, 


K.K. 


Erie, N. Y. 


Henry Charles Wells, 


r.z. 


St. Louis, Mo. 



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LPHA UELTA 



A 



9- 




Richard Felix Abbay, 
Cleveland Abbe, 
Frederic Randolph Abbe, 
William Alanson Abbe, 
George Sumner Abbee, 
Albert Armstrong Abbott, 
Leslie Lows Abbott, 

*i853 Nathan Wheaton Moore Abbott, 
Thomas Alden Abbott, 
Willard Abbott, 
William Henry Abel, 
W. Stone Abert, 
A. G. Abott, 
Alfred Wells Abott, 
Amos Wilson Abott, 
Joshua Plummer Abott, 
Lewis Lowe Abott, 
Albert Egerton Adams, 
Austin Adams, 
Charles Francis Adams, 
Charles True Adams, 
Edward Francis Adams, 
Elbridge Gerry Root Adams, 
George M. Adams, 

■^1847 Ira Adams, 

John Clark Adams, 

* Melville M. Adams, 

Melville Ohio Adams, 
Seymour Fenton Adams, 

*i864 Seymour We4DSter Adams, 
Silas Hobart Adams, 

*i837 Thomas Parker Adams, 
Whittlesey Adams, 
William R. Adams, 

A3 



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HI. 



Cumberland, 


1858. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Brunonian, 


1865. 


Hamilton, 


1870. 


Rochester, 


1858. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 




1865. 


Amherst, 


1865. 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1865. 


Hudson, ^ 


i860. 


Union, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


1839. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1834. 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1865. 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Union, 


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Alpha Delta Pkl 



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*. 



Robert Aikman, 
1859 William Aitchison, 

Charles Henry Alden, 

Edmund Kimball Aldcn, 

Charles Aldis, 

Charles Tripler Alexander, 

George Alexander, 
Ira Rush Alexander, 

— John Alexander, 

— Samuel Judson Alexander, 
William De Witt Alexander, 
Daniel Stielman Alford 
William Gaul Alger, 
George Smith Allan, 

John Winslow Allard, 

Alexander Viets Griswold Allen, 

Alfred L. Allen, 

Charles Nelson Allen, 

Cornelius Lansing Allen, 

Henry Augustus Allen, 

James Franklin Allen, 

James Monroe Allen, 

John Henry W. Allen, 

Nathan Allen, 

Washington Irving Allen, 

William Francis Allen, 

George Albert AUin, 

John Wesley Ailing, 

Fred Allis, 

Alexander Allison, 

David Allison, 

James Clement Ambrose, 
*i863 Thomas L. Ambrose, 

George Lapham Ames, 

John Griffith Ames, 

* Nathan Ames, 

*i84i William Shaw Ames, 

Edward Holmes Ayimidown, 

Arthur Amory, 

Charles Waller Amory, 

Robert Amory, 

Alexander Dwight Anderson, 

David A. Anderson, 

John Duguid Anderson, 

R. C. Anderson, 



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Yale, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Brunonian, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Union, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Union, 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Middletown, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1854- 


Kenyon, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1861. 


« 

Geneva, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Cumberland, 


1861. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Williams, 


1854. 


Williams, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Harvard, » 


1863. 


Yale. 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1868. 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1849. 



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Thomas Corwin Anderson, 
Volney Stamps Anderson, 
William H. H. Anderson, 
George L. Andrew, 
David Allen Andrews, 
Edmund Andrews, 
Hamlin J. Andrews, 
William Whiting Andrews, 
George P. Androus, 
John Emory Andrus, 
George Thorndike Angell, 
Horace Ankeney, 
Frederick Annible, 
Henry Taylor Antes, 
Robert Hayes Antes, 

* Charles Douglas Anthony, 

Edward Larke Appleton, 
Frederick Hunt Appleton, 
John Francis Appleton, 
John Perrin Appleton, 
S. G. Armor, 
Lauren Armsby, 
James Armstrong, 
Thomas H. Armstrong, 

*i852 David Reeve Arnell, 
Albert Allin Arnold, 

* George Waterman Arnold, 

John Light Atlee, 
Edward Stanley At wood, 
William Wallace Audereid, 

*i863 Daniel Austin, 

Henry Root Austin, 
William Morris Austin, 

* William S. Austin, 

James Watson Averell, 
Charles Avery, 
Edward H. Avery, 
John Avery, 
Joseph Strong Avery, 
Theodore Avery, 
William Ledyard Avery, • 
Seth Jones Axtell, 
Walter Ayrault, 







Yale, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Miami, 


1 841. 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Hudson, 


1859. 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 


Miami, 


1872. 


Williams, 


1872. 


Williams, 


i860. 


Williams, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Bowdoin, 


i860. 


Bowdoin, 


1864. 


Bowdoin, 


i860. 


Manhattan, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1856. 


Hudson, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1840. 


Brunonian, 


1867. 


Yale, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Williams, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Hudson, 


1851. 


Geneva, 


1846. 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Geneva, 


1850. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


Geneva, 


1840. 



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Alpha Delia Ph. 



Aiel Backus, 
Truman Jay Backus, 

"1848 Benjamin Wisner Bacon, 
John Bacon, Jr., 
Leonard Woolse)' Bacon, 
William J. Bacon, 

*i3(i2 William Kirkland Bacon, 
Henry Harramond Bacot, 
Benjamin Franklin Bacr, 

* Charles Alfred Bacr, 

Egbert Bagg. 
Moses Mears Bagg. 
Samuel Far well Bagg, 
Francis Herbert Bagley, 
Alexander H. Bailey, 
Benjamin Hollo way Bailey, 
Joseph Mead Bailey, 
Julius Irvine Bailey, 
Samuel S. Bailey, 
William Frederic Bailer. 
Fisher Ames Baker, 
George Augustus Bakct, 
James Scott Baker, 

* — — Osgood Carney_Baier, 
Rienzi Hiram Baker, 
William Edgar Baker, 
Charles Leland Balch, 
AnsoQ S. Baldwin, 
Charles E. Baldwin, 
Charles Hume Baldwin, 
Frank Lee Baldwin, 
George William BaM.vin. 
John Baldwin, 
Simeon Baldwin, Jr., 
John Crcighton Ball, 
William Creighton Ball, 
Cecil Franklin P. Bancrofl, 
George Bancroft, 

*i844 James Henry Bancroft, 
John Chandler Bancroft. 
Joseph Webb Bancroft, 
Robert Hale Bancroft, 



Rochester, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 



Yale, 
Yale, 

Hamilton and Yale 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton, 

Harvard, 

Rochester, 

Hamilton, 

Williams, 

Dartmouth. 

Dartmouth, 

Manhattan, 

Miami, 



Peninsular 
Manhattan 



Yale, 

Union, 

Manhattan. 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Harvard. 

Amherst, 

Harvard, 

Peninsular, 

Harvard, 



1847. 

i837. 

1850. 

1841. 

1863. 

»337. 

i8S3. 

1851. 

1^42. 

1836-7 

1869. 

1870. 

1835, 



1859. 
1855. 



1S39. 
r8j4. 



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Index. 

Henry C. Bankhead, 




207 


Geneva, 


1848. 


Powhattan Baptist, 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


* Walter Sessions Barber, 


Hudson, 


1841. 


Lucian Barbour, 


Amherst, 


1837. 


William Penn Bard, 


Union, 


1863. 


George Elias Barger, 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Frederick W. Barker, 


Geneva, 


1871. 


Isaac Bowen Barker, 


Brunonian, 


1 861. 


James L. Barker, 


Amherst, 


1865. 


Francis Channing Barlow, 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Henry Darling Barnard, 


Bowdoin, 


1871. 


Charles Barnes, 


Miami, 


1843. 


Edwin Randolph Barnes, 


Yale, 


i860. 


Henry Elbert Barnes, 


Yale, 


i860. 


John Barnhart, 


Middletown, 


1861. 


William Levant Barnhart, 


Peninsular, 


1864. 


Joseph Benson Barnum, 


Manhattan, 


1861. 


William Henry Barnum, 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


John Barr, 


Miami, 


1840. 


Carlisle Barrere, 


Miami, 


1866. 


Charles Henry Barrett, 


Yale, 


1854. 


*i867 Frank Edward Barrett, 


Middletown, 


1870. 


Francis Walter Barrett, 


Brunonian, 


1872. 


Allen Campbell Barrows, 


Hudson, 


1861. 


Arthur Arnold Barrows, 


Yale, 


1865. 


Charles Densmore Barrows, 


Hamilton, 


1869. 


John Otis Barrows, 


Amherst, 


i860. 


Nathan Barrows, 


Hudson, 


1850. 


William Henry Barrows, 


Amherst, 


1859. 


William Taylor Sullivan Barr>% 


Yale, 


1841. 


Joseph Whitney Barstow, 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 


George Washington Bartlett, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Henry Snow Bartlett, 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


John Knowlton Bartlett, 


Yale, 


1838. 


Samuel N. Bartlett, 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


William Alvin Bartlett, 


Hamilton, 


1852. 


William Frederic Vincent Bartlett, 


Yale; 


1853. 


*i866 Homer R. Barton, 


Amherst, 


1863. 


John Graeff Barton, 


Manhattan, 


• 


* John Wait Barton, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Walter Barton, 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Alfred Bartow, 


Yale, 


1869. 


John Stockholm Batchelder, 


Williams, 


1852. 


Erastus Newton Bates, 


Williams, 


1853. 


James H, Bates, 


Peninsular, 


1852. 



W^ 



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Joseph Clement Bates, 
Samuel Penniman Bates, 
Junius K. Battle, 
Witter J. Baxter, 

*i864 Lewis Condict Bayles, 
Frank Tappan Bayley, 
Ferdinand Beach, 
Myron Hawley Beach, 
Seth Curtis Beach, \ 

Theodore Charles Beach, 
William Harrison Beach, 
Frank H. Beale, 
Howard Chandler Beale, 
Joseph H. Beale, 

* Robert Marshal Beale, 

*i863 Sidney Alfred Bean, 

•*i862 Walker Lindsley Bean, 
Augustus Field Beard, 
George Miller Beard, 
Thomas J. Beard, 
Arthur M. Beardsley, 

^1859 Charles Henry Beardsley, 
David Beattie, 
Charles Tupper Beatty, 

* Goodwin Stoddard Beaver, 

*i85i Charles W. Becker, 
Fred. Walter Becker, 

*i855 John Fillmore Becker, 
George Henry Beckwith, 

* Henry Nehemiah Beckwith, 

Everett Wade Bedinger, 
James Madison Beebc, 
Samuel John Mills Beebe, 
George Louis Beers, 
Henry Augustus Beers, 
William Richardson Belknap, 
Edward Wells Bell, 
Joseph Bell, 

* ' William Nelson Nailing Bell, 

Martin Luther Bellows, 
Russell Nevins Bellows, . 
William W. Bellville, 
Henry De Witt Beman, 
Lewis Sylvester Bemis, 
Matthew H. Bender, 



Bowdoin, 


1863. 


Brunonian, 


1851. 


Alabama, 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Bowdoin, 


1871. 


Yale, 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1853. 


Union, 


1863. 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Hamilton, 


i860. 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Middletown, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Alabama. 


1855. 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1859. 


Peninsular, 


1871. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Peninsular, 


1866. 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


Williams, 


1858. 


Union, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Manhattan, 


1869. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Yale, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Union, 


i860. 


Bowdoin, 


1850. 


Geneva, 


1843. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Miami, 


1840, 


Yale, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Union, 


1866. 



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^ 



209 



V 



Samuel Seward Benedict, 
George Whitefield Benjamin, 
Albert Arnold Bennett, 
Edward Brown Bennett, 
Henry Silliman Bennett, 
Henry Ward Bennett, 
James Levi Bennett, 
Nathaniel Bennett, 

* Samuel Allen Bennett, 

William Henry Bennett, 
William Henry Bennett, 
William H. Benson, 
Edward Warren Bentley, 
Horace Benton, 
Joseph Augustine Benton, 
Alsop Lockwood Betts, 
William James Betts, 
Thomas Williams Bicknell, 
Albert Miron Bigelow, 
Dana Williams Bigelow, 
David Skinner Bigelow, 
Horace Porter Bigelow, 
John Milton Bigelow, 

*i846 William Augustus Bigelow, 
Charles M. Billings, 
Edward Coke Billings, 
Richard Salter Billings, 
Egbert Byron Bingham, 
John Birney, 
Se3miour W. Birch, 
Samuel Birdsall, Jr., 
William H. Birney, 
Addin Lewis Bishop, 
Frank Backus Bishop, 
George Sayles Bishop, 
George Spencer Bishop, 
James Lord Bishop, 
John M. Bishop, 
John W. Bishop, 
Robert H. Bishop, 
Sylvester Lyons Bishop, 
— Charles Rollin Bissell, 
Josiah Hooker Bissell, 
Leavitt Field Bissell, 
Willard Parker Bissell, 



« 



^ 



Williams, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Brunonian, 


1872. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Hamilton, 


1871. 


Hamilton, 


1835. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Brunonian, 


1868. 


Alabama, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Hudson, 


1850. 


Yale, ' 


1842. 


Yale, 


1872. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Amherst and Brun'n, 


1857-60. 


Middletown, 


1867. 


Hamilton, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Williams, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1847. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Harvard, 


1869. 


Union, 


1869. 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Rochester, 


1871. 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1866. 


Amh't and Rochester 


■, 1865. 


Miami, 


1841. 


Alabama, 


1854. 


Miami, 


1871. 


Miami, 


1872. 


Williams, 


1864. 


Rocl^ster and Yale, 


1865. 


Hudson, 


1850. 


Rochester, 


1867. 



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Samuel Curtis^Blackman, 

*i858 Arthur Blackwood, 

Benjamin Franklin Blair, 
Barton Fiske Blake, 
Charles Thompson Blake, 
Henry Taylor Blake, 
Maurice B. Blake, 
Samuel Parkman Blake, 
Stanton Blake, 

*i858 Matthew James Blakely, 
Erastus Blakeslee, 
James C. Blakey, 
Amos Adams Blanchard, 
Joseph Nathaniel Blanchard, 
Samuel Blatchford, 
Charles C. Blatchley, 
Atherton Blight, 
George Blight, 
Alexander Bliss, 
Charles Robinson Bliss, 
Edwin Elisha Bliss, 
Edwin Munsell Bliss, 
Frank Edward Bliss, 
Robert Bliss, 
William Davis Bliss, 

*i845 James Blodgett, 

* Harvey Harris Bloom. 

Smith Bloomfield, 
Hiram Austin Blunt, 
William G. Blyman, 
Charles Howell Beard, 
Joseph Boardman, 
James Henry Bodge, 
Edwin Dudley Boit, 
Robert Miller Bolemus, 
Henry Leonidas Boltwood, 
Ephraim Ward Bond, 
Nelson T. Bond, 
Samuel Robert Bond, 
John C. Bonham, 
Louis W. Bonham, 
S. A. Bonner, 
George Bernard Bonr^^y, 

* Alvin Boody, 

Henry Hill Boody, 



Yale. 


1854. 


Peninsular, 


1854. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Harvard, 


1857^ 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Alabama, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1871. 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Harvard, 


1854. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Williams, 


1854. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Amherst, 


1871. 


Brunonian, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Miami, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1871. 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Dartmouth. 


1865. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


Amherst, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Amherst, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1847. 


Miami, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 




r 





Charles Edward Booth, 


Yale, 


1864. 


Edward Munson Booth, 


Yale, 


1863. 


Asa Boothby, 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Henry Clay Bosley, 


Rochester, 


1864. 


Edward B. Bostwick, 


Geneva, 


1868. 


Joseph Solace Bosworth, 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


James Lowe Bothwell, 


Union, 


1862. 


Nelson Francis Boucher, 


Yale, 


1872. 


Shearjasub Bourne, 


Yale, 


1849. 


David Emery Boutelle, 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


* Charles A. A. Bowen, 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Marcellus Bowen, 


Yale, 


1866. 


Samjiel Adams Bowen, 


Union, 


i860. 


Charles Manning Bowers, 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Richard Rogers Bowker, 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


George Pendleton Bowler, 


Kenyon, 


1866. 


Charles Boyden, 


Harvard, 


1862. 


William Nathan Boynton, 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


Gerard S. Boyse, 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Henry Martyn Brace, 


Yale, 


1847. 


G. R. Brackett, 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Henry Knight Bradbury, 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Frank Stand ish Bradford, 


Brunonian, 


1853. 


* George Bradford, 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Taul Bradford, 


Alabama, 


1854. 


Charles Smith Bradley, 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


David Emery Bradley, 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Franklin Seymour Bradley, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Joseph Manton Bradley, 


Brunonian, 


1863. 


William Czar Bradley, 


Harvard, 


1851. 


William Edward Bradley, 


Yale, 


i860. 


Albert Porter Bradstreet, 


Yale, 


1871, 


Gideon Brainard, 


Miami, 


1858. 


George Cotton Brainerd, 


Yale, 


1867. 


John Hyde Braly, 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


Benjamin Braman, 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


George Byron Brand, 


Rochester, 


1851. 


* John Jacob Brandagee> 


Yale, 


1843. 


Herman Francis Brashear, 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Lewis Orsmond Brastow, 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Charles Ray Brayton, 


Brunonian. 


1863. 


Edward Cullen Bryant, 


Amherst, 


1867. 


George Brayton, 


Amherst, 


1 866. 


Bowman Bigelow Breed, 


Amherst, 


1853. 


*i855 Daniel H. Breed, 


Amherst, 


1857. 


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David Riddl6 Breed, 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Leigh Richmond Brewer, 


Geneva, 


1863. 


James Noaille Brickell, 


Yale, 


1845. 


Horatio Bridge, 


Geneva, 


1867. 


George Briggs, 


Geneva, 


1866. 


Dewitt Johnson Brigham, 


Hamilton and Cornell, 1870-1. 


Don Ferdinand Brigham, 


Amherst, 


1863. 


*i859 Edward Dexter Brigham, 


Williams, 


1862. 


Henry A. Brigham, 


Hamilton, 


1840. 


Jeromie Ripley Brigham, 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Lewis Alexander Brigham, 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Osborn Edward Bright, 


Brunonian, 


1853. 


* George Carmi Bristol, 


Hudson, 


1841. 


George W. Bristol, 


Union, 


1871. 


»iS64 Henry Piatt Bristol, 


Hamilton, 


1846. 


Louis Henry Bristol, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Alexander Thompson Britton, 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


George Washington Britton, 


Dartmouth, 


1865. 


* John Hurrel Brooking, 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Arba Brookins, 


Hamilton, 


i860. 


Byron Alden Brooks, 


Middletown, 


1871. 


Charles Grosvenor Brooks, 


Amherst, 


1868. 


Charles W. Brooks, 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Datus Chase Brooks, 


Peninsular, 


1856. 


David W. Brooks, 


Hudson. 


1853. 


Edwin A. Brooks, 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Frank S. Brooks, 


Miami, 


1869. 


George Gordon Brooks, 


Geneva, 


1863. 


George William Brooks, 


Union, 


1859. 


James H. Brooks, 


Miami, 


1853- 


Kendall Brooks, Jr., 


Brunonian, 


1841. 


Phillips Brooks, 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Samuel Brooks, 


Brunonian, 


1852. 


Samuel Thomas Brooks, 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


Sheperd Brooks, 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Theodore Deville Brooks, 


Miami, 


1863. 


Thomas Hope Brooks, 


Williams, 


1870. 


Walter D. Brooks, 


Williams, 


1868. 


• Nathaniel Hooper Broughton, 


Amherst, 


1847. 


Edward Thomas Brown, 


Bowdoin, 


1871. 


Edwin James Brown, 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Francis Brown, 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


Frank Mason Brown, 


Bowdoin, 


1870. 


Frank Thurston Brown, 


Yale, 


1872. 


Henry Billings Brown, 


Yale, 


1856. 



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Horatio Woodward Brown, 
Hubert Sanford Brown, 

* James Olcott Brown, 

James Polk Brown, 
John Knox Brown, 
John Marshall Brown, 
John Mason Brown, 
John Murray Brown, 
John Roosevelt Brown, 
Joseph Venner Brown, 

♦1848 Marcus A. Brown, 

*i858 Mjlton Adams Brown, 
Orlando Brown, 
Philip Henry Brown, 
Samuel Edward Brown, 
Thomas Frederick Brown, 
Thomas Jefferson Brown, 
Zephanian Brown, 
William Percy Browne, 
Charles Henry Brownell, . 
William Crary Brownell, 
Wallace Bruce, 

* Charles D. L. Brush, 

Charles J. Bryan, 
Charles H. Bryan, 
Jacob Bryant, 
Abner Thomas Buchanan, 
Charles Wentworth Buck, 

*i86i Edward Howard Buck, 
Samuel Preble Buck, 
Jerome Buckingham, 

*i865 Robert Pagan Bucknam, 
Henry Wadhams Buel, 
Byron Winfield Buell, 
Thomas F. Bugbee, 

* Charles Edwin Bulkeley, 

Tuzart Bulkley, 
William Lanman Bull, 
Herbert Gutter Bullard, 
John Lincoln Bullard, 
Horace Bumstead, 
Charles Henry Bunce, 
Charles Smith Bundy, 
Arthur Marcus Burbank, 
Edward Hamilton Burdick, 



Yale, 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Miami, 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Yale, 

Harvard, 

Columbia, 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Rochester, 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 

Amherst, 

Brunonian, 

Yale, 

Brunonian, 

Kenyon, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Alabama, 

Miami, 

Alabama, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Hamilton, 

Bowdoin, 

Hudson, 

Middletown, 

Yale, 

Rochester, 

Alabama, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Manhattan, 

Brunonian, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Dartmouth, 

Geneva, 



1854. 
1861. 
1856. 
1862. 
1872. 
i860. 
1856. 
1863. 
1840. 
1842. 
1844. 

1855. 
1858. 
1851. 
1855. 
1862. 
1865. 
1865. 
1864. 
1871. 
1871. 
1867. 
1844. 
1856. 
1842. 

1857. 
1868. 

1855. 
1852. 
1850. 
1 841. 
1859. 
1844. 
1870. 
1851. 
1856, 
1865. 
1864. 
1866. 
1861. 
1863. 
i860. 

1854. 
1868. 

1870. 



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215 



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Isaac Newton Carlton, 
Nelson Garrison Carmen, 
Gilbert Saltonstall Carpenter, 
Robert John Carpenter, 
Samuel T. Carpenter, 
Stephen H. Carpenter, 
Zachary Taylor Carpenter, 
Joseph Prevost Carr, 
Robert William Carr, 
Leonard Wilkinson Carradine, 
Edward Hallam Carrier, 
Charles Whiting Carroll, 
Samuel S. Carroll, 
Uri Carruth, 

*- William Orton Carson, 

Robert Carswell, 
George Galen Carter, 
James Coolidge Carter, 
Jacob Andrew Cartwright, 
Charles Clark Caruthers, 
Elmore Perry Caruthers, 
James Richardson Cary, 
Albertson Case, 
Everett Case, 
Guy Buttles Case, 
Thomas Castle, 
Edward Alexis Caswell, 
Edward Thompson Caswell, 
Samuel Shannon Caswell, 
Thomas Thompson Caswell, 
Benjamin Rush Catlin, 
George Lynde Catlin, 

♦1849 Marcus Catlin, 

William Frederic Causey, 
Z. B. Caverly, 
Charles Caverno, 

* Daniel Henry Caverno, 

♦1855 John Sullivan Caverno, 
Joseph Mills Cavis, 
George S. Chace, 
Charles Hoyse Chadwick, 
Gustavus Benson Chadwick, 
Harrison Everett Chadwick, 
James R. Chadwick, 
Stanford Emerson Chaille, 



Dartmouth, 1859* 

Yale, 1869. 

Hudson, 1B59. 

Yale, 1859. 

Alabama, 1857* 

Rochester, 1852. 

Yale, 1870. 

Harvard, 1850. 

Dartmouth, 1850. 

Yale, 1859. 

Dartmouth, 1869. 

Dartmouth, 1859. 

Yale, 1846. 

Hamilton, 1850. 

Geneva, 1862. 

Middletown, 1863. 

Kenyon, 1864. 

Harvard, 1850. 

Yale, 1867. 

Hudson, 1870. 

Hudson, 1865. 

Peninsular, 1859. 

Yale. 1866. 

Hamilton, 1845. 

Kenyon, 1870. 

Cornell, 1872. 

Yale, 1866. 

Brunonian, 1853. 

Bowdoin, 1864. 

Brunonian, i860. 

Hamilton, 1851. 

Yale, i860. 

Hamilton, 1833. 

Yale, 1855. 

Dartmouth, . 

Dartmouth, 1854. 
Geneva and Dart., i860. 

Geneva, 1858. 

Dartmouth, 1846. 

Rochester, 1852. 

Yale, 1870. 

Middletown, 1861. 

Dartmouth, 1858, 

Harvard, 1865. 

Harvard, 185 1. 



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Rufus Dudley Chase, 
Salmon P. Chase, 
Thomas Chase, 
Walter Wells Chase, 
Charles Converse Chatfield, 
William Chauvenet, 
Henry Martyn Cheavens, 
James Edward Cheeney, 
James W. Cheney, Jr., 
Frank Woodbridge Cheney, 
Charles Usher Chesley, 
Charles Thomas Chester, 
Erastus Chester, 
George Edward Chickering, 
William Henry Chickering, 
Charles Henry Childs, 
Francis James Childs, 
Thomas G. Chilton, 
William P. Chilton, 
Henry Whitehouse Chipman, 
Henry Abel Chittenden, 
Nathaniel W. Chittenden, 
Samuel Baldwin Chittenden, 
Charles Francis Choate, 
Joseph Hodges Choate, 

* Rufus Choate, Jr., 

Washington Choate, 
William Gardner Choate, 
Cornelius De Marest Christie, 
Joseph Alonzo Christman, 
James Wallace Christopher, 
George Harvey Christy, 
Charles Washburne Church, 
Edward Bently Church, 
Elihu Dwight Church, 

*i859 Frederic Nathaniel Church, 
George Everett Church, 

*i859 James Augustus Church, 
William H. Church, 
Frederick Burchard Churchill, 
Henry Churchill, 
Jonathan Longfellow Cilley, 
James Fitzgerald Claflin, 
Alexander Huntington Clapp, 

* Alfred D. Clapp, 



Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Dartmouth, 


• 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Dartmouth, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1840. 


. Yale, 


1850. 


Rochester, 


1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Bowdoin, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Amherst, 


1871. 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Alabama, 


1853. 


Alabama, 


1859. 


Kenyon, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Harvard, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1870. 


Harvard, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Rochester, 


1853. 


Hudson, 


1859. 


Middletown, 


1864. 


Kenyon, 


1867. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Amherst, 


1872. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Geneva, 


1850. 


Hamilton, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Harvard J 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Amherst, 


1865. 



St 



#fe 



% 



2l8 



Jlpka Delta Phi. 



t 



^ 



Channing Clapp, 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Dexter Clapp, 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Howard Sexton Clapp, 


Yale. 


1872. 


John H. Clapp, 


Union, 


1869. 


Ambrose Wayland Clark, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


*i854 Charles A. Clark, 


Peninsular, 


1845. 


Charles Enoch Clark, 


Hudson, 


1862. 


Charles Gould Clark, 


Union, 


1863. 


Edson Lyman Clark, 


Yale, 


1853. 


Horace J. Clark, 


Hudson, 


1861. 


James H. Clark, 


Miami, 


1867. 


Jefferson Clark, 


Amh't and Middlet'n 


I, 1867. 


John Craig Clark, 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 


John Emery Clark, 


Peninsular, 


1856. 


Joseph P. Clark, 


Alabama, 


1855. 


♦ William Bardwell Clark, 


Yale, 


1861. 


William Henry Clark, 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Edward Gavion Clarke, 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Edward Hammond Clarke, 


Harvard, 


1841. 


♦ Edward Payson Clarke, 


Geneva, 


1849. 


Elbart Hills Clarke. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Francis Erasmus Clarke, 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


George Clarke, 


Middletown, 


i860. 


George EUery Clarke, 


Williams, 


1851. 


Isaac Lewis Clarke, 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


James Clarke, 


Miami, 


1846. 


James Gordon Clarke, 


Harvard, 


1844. 


* James Lawrence Clarke, 


Williams, 


1853. 


J. Farley Clarke, 


Columbia, 


1839. 


John Caldwell Calhoun Clarke, 


Rochester, 


1859. 


John H. Clarke, 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


John Theodore Clarke, 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Joseph Bourne Clarke, 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Ranslure Weld Clarke, 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Thomas Curtis Clarke, 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Walter Clarke, 


Yale, 


1837. 


Robert Bethell Claxton, Jr., 


Kenyon, 


1864. 


Robert Bethell Claxton, 


Yale, 


1838. 


Cassius Marcellus Clay, 


Yale, 


1866. 


Nathan Cleaves, 


Bowdoin, 


1858. 


William Joshua Cleveland, 


Geneva, 


1869. 


William Neal Cleveland, 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


Edward N. Clopper, 


Miami, 


i860. 


James A. O. Clopton, 


Alabama, 


1853^ 


Henry Nitchie Cobb, 


Yale, 


1855. 



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^ 



Index. 



^ 



219 






Moses Gill Cobb, 
Oliver Ellsworth Cobb, 
Willard Adams Cobb, 

* Richard H. Cobbs, 

Edwin Coburn, 
Frederick Gore Cochran, 
Melville Augustus Cochran, 
Robert Cochran. 

* William T. Cochran, 

William Johnson Cocker, 
Richard Codman, 
Frederick Augustus Coe, 

* Hervey Leicester Coe, 

Thomas Upham Coe, 
John Charles Coflfey, 
Abraham Burbank Coffin, 

*i844 Frederick William Coffin, 
Freeborn Coggeshal, 
Edwattl R. Cogswell, 

*i847 William Strong Cogswell, 
Albert Coit, 
James Milnor Coit, 

* John Townsend Coit, 

Alfred Colburn, 
Charles Lewis Colby, 
Henry Francis Colby, 
Robert Lane Colby, 
William Holt Colgate, 
Charles Blackmer Cole, 
Daniel Cole, 
Edward H. Cole, 
Hamilton Cole, 
Ouken Willard Cole, 
William Coleman, 
George Anthony Collamore, 
Charles Avery Collins, 
Lewis Collins, 
Frederick Henry Colton, 
George Fisk Comfort, 
Milton Bookstaver Comfort, 
William F. Comfort, 
William Judkins Comly, 
Calvert Comstock, 
Edward Comstock, 
Levi Parsons Coman, 

C3 



Harvard, 


1843* 


Yale, 


1853. 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Alabama, 


1855, 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Dartmouth, 


1868. 


Bowdoin, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Alabama, 


1854. 


Peninsular, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1835-7 


Hamilton, 


1834. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Hudson, 


1870. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Brunonian, 


1841. 


Brunonian, 


1867. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Rochester, 


1866. 


Geneva, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


Brunonian, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Brunonian, 


1867. 


Williams, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Rochester, 


1868. 


Geneva, 


1846. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Union, 


• 


Yale, 


i860. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Miami, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1835. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1846. 



■3b 



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^ 



220 



Jlpka Delta Phi, 



r%r 



Charles Henry Conant, 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 


Albert Pierson Condit, 


Yale, 


1850. 


Charles Condit, 


Yale, 


1848. 


Stephen Condit, 


Yale, 


1856. 


David Conger, 


Urban, 


1835. 


Edward Allis Conger, 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Henry L. Conner, 


Yale, 


1849. 


Lemuel Parker Conner, 


Yale, 


1845. 


Phineas Sanborn Conner, 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


* William Gustin Conner, 


Yale, 


1845. 


B. Wilbur Conover, 


Miami, 


1840. 


Oliver M. Conover, 


Miami, 


1842. 


Ebenezer Buckingham Convers, 


Yale, 


i86i. 


Everett Howard Converse, 


Yale, 


1865. 


Asa B. Cook, 


Darthmouth, 


1868. 


Edward G. Cook, 




1865. 


Frank E. Cook, 


Williams, . 


1868. 


John Darwin Shepard Cook, 


Union, 


1859. 


*i853 Roswell Dickinson Cook, 


Amherst, 


1843. 


Walter Cook, 


Yale, 


1869. 


Joshua Cooke, 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Frank C. Coolbaugh, 


Geneva, 


1866. 


Edgar Arthur Cooley, 


Peninsular, 


1872. 


Elias Cooley, Jr., 


Peninsular, 


1851. 


N. S. Cooley, 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Orvin Cooley, 


Amherst, 


1865. 


Thomas Mclntyre Cooley, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Horace Hopkins Coolidge, 


Harvard, 


1852. 


James Ivers Trecothick Coolidge, 


Harvard, 


1838. 


Edgar D. Coonley, 


Yale, 


1871. 


Horace.Stevens Cooper, 


Yale, 


I868. 


Joseph Aldrich Cooper, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Paul Fenimore Cooper, 


Geneva, 


1844. 


Anson T. Copeland, 


Middletown, 


1858. 


George Warren Copeland, 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Christopher Mint& Cordly 


Hudson, 


1844. 


*i857 George J. Cornell, 


Columbia, 


1839. 


Aaron Spooner Cornish, 


Amherst, 


1868. 


James Hewlett Cornwall, 


Yale, 


1866. 


Peter Rouse Cortelyou, 


Yale, 


1864. 


Thomas Foster Cortelyou, 


Miami, 


1854- 


Augustus Brown Cotes, 


Geneva, 


1840. 


P. O. Cowen, 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Edward Cowles, 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


George Washington Cowles, 


Hamilton, 


1845. 



o 



lW«'i— iwi— 



5& 



% 



Index. 



221 




^ 



*i854 Isaac Augustus Cowles, 
James Lewis Cowles, 
Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 
Alfred Conklin Coxe, 
Samuel Hanson Coxe, Jr., 
Ernest Cleveland Coxe, 
Albert Barnard Crafts, 
Frederick Henry Crafts, 
Wilbur Fisk Crafts, 
William Augustus Crafts, 
Henry Kinsman Craig, 

* Virgil Lafayette Craig, 

Wheelock Craig, 
De Witt Clinton Cram, 
Frank Cramer, 
William E. Cramer, 
Amos Waters Crane, 
Cephas Bennet Crane, 

*i854 Edwin Hall Crane, 
Thomas F. Crane, 
Timothy Farrar Crane, 
Whiting Sanford Crane, 
William Wallace Crapo, 
Sidney Crawford, 
William Crawford, 
John Kennedy Creevey, 
George Turner Crissman, 
Frank Arthur Crittenden, 
George Kimball Crockett, 
Alpheus Benning Crosby, 
Henry Ashton Crosby, 
John Player Crosby, Jr., 
Moreau Stephen Crosby, 
Wesley Crouch, 
Edward Payson Crowell, 
Ralph W. Cummings, 
Edward Cunningham, 
Haynes Drake Cunningham, 

* James Linton Cunningham, 

Edward Curran, Jr., 

*i864 Henry Hastings Curran, 
Philip Clinton Curran, 
Burrell L Curry, 
Albert Wakefield Curtis, 
Allen Jeremiah Curtis, 



Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Urban, 

Hamilton, 

Urban, 

Geneva 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Harvard, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoin, 

Dartmouth, 

Yaie, 

Urban, 

Dartmouth, 

Rochester, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Peninsular, 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Manhattan, 

Manhattan, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Amherst, 

Bowdoin, 

Middletown, 

Hamilton, 

Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Alabama, 

Yale. 

Peninsular, 



1856. 
1866. 
1838. 
1868. 
1839. 
1871. 
1869. 
1869. 
1870. 
1840. 

1844. 
1856. 

1843. 
1850. 

1868. 

1839. 

1862. 

1858. 

1844. 

1864. 

1864. 

1864. 

1852. 

1861. 

1857. 
1866. 

i860. 

1872. 

1840. 

1853. 
1863. 
1865. 
1863. 
1863. 

1853. 

1853. 
1867. 

1866. 

1844. 

1856. 

1862. 

1864. 

1854. 

1871. 

1861. 






%- 



Index. 



223 



^ 



Benjamin Franklin Davis, 
*i868 Charles Mortimer Davis, 

* Constant Freeman Davis, 

Edson Warburton Davis, 
George Eugene Davis, 
George Francis Davis, 
Henry Spring Davis, 
James Clarke Davis, 
John Milton Davis, 
Lowndes Henry Davis, 
Mark Davis, 
Murray Davis, 
Robert Howe Davis, 
Stephen B. Davis, 
Thomas Kirby Davis, 
William Augustus Davis, 
William Henry Davis, 
William Thomas Davis, 
William Vale Wilson Davis, 
Thomas Dawes, 
Reginald H. Dawson, 
Henry Miles Day, 
Henry Noble Day, 
Robert Elijah Day, 
Theodore Lansing Day, 
Benjamin Willey Dean, 

* Frederic Augustus Deane, 

John Frederic Deane, 
G. Havens De Bevois, 
Henry Martyn Dechert, 
James Henry Deering, 
Rufus Washburn Deering, 
Heman Packard De Forest, 
Henry Swift De Forest"!' 
John Kinne Hyde De Forrest, 
Moulton De Forest, 
Robert Elliott De Forest, 
Charles Augustus De Kay, 
Albert Delafield, 
Edward Floyd De Lancey, 
Charles Delano, 
Frank R. Delano, 
*i858 Henry Giles Delano, 
George Delp, 
George Francis Demarest, 



Brunonian, 


1854. 


Hamilton, 


i86i. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Middletown, 


1869. 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 


Rochester, 


1864. 


Geneva, 


1865. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Yale, 


i860. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Kenyon, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Yale, • 


1845. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Rochester, 


1868. 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Amherst, 


1872. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Alabama, 


1858. 


Hudson, 


1859. 


Hudson, 


• 


Yale, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Bowdoin, 


1854. 


Williams, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1845. 


Bowdoin, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


Geneva, 


1843. 


Amherst, 


1840. 


Geneva, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Manhattan, 


1864. 



i^ 



* 




E. Winchester Donald, 
Samuel Camillus Donaldson, 
Park S. Donelson, 
William Harrison Donaldson, 
William EUingwood Donnell, 
James R. Doolittle, 
James R. Doolittle, Jr., 

*i85i Oswin Hart Doolittle, 
John Clark Dore, 
Waller Henry Dorr, 
Walker McC. Dorsey, 
William Emil Doster, 
William D'Orville Doty, 
Albert Douglas, 
Edwin Douglass, 
Solomon Johnson Douglas, 
William Dexter Dow, 
William Wallace Dow, 
Timothy Campbell Downie, 

* Edward Rees Dox, 

Frank James Drake, 
James McEwen Drake, 

* Charles A. Dreyer, 

Robert M. Drinker, 
Albert Newell Drown, 
Leander Muzzy Drury, 
Alfred Du Bois, 
Edward Cornelius Du Bois, 
Hasbrouck Du Bois, 

* Virgil Milton Dubose, 

Charles Ashman Dudley, 
Charles Benjamin Dudley, 
John Langdon Dudley, 
Robert Murray Duif, 
D. Bethune Duffield, 
John Welch Dulles, 
Charles Franklin Dunbar, 
George Willis Duncan, 
Henry Postlethwaite Duncan, 

* James A. Duncan, 

Robert Duncan, 
Samuel White Duncan, 
William Henry Duncan, 
George Cary Dunham, 
Samuel Dunham, 



Amherst, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


•1841. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Kenyon, 


1870. 


Bowdoin, 


1862. 


Geneva, 


1834. 


Rochester, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Kenyon, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Kenyon, 


1862. 


Kenyon, 


1872. 


Amherst and Cornell 


, 1870. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


Yale. 


1851. 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Dartmouth, 


1865. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Union, 


1864. 


Geneva, 


1865. 


Brunonian, 


i86i. 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Peninsular, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1838. 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1871. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Geneva, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Brunonian, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Peninsular, 


1848. 


Miami, 


1837- 


Brunonian, 


1 860. 


Dartmouth, 


-• . 


Yale, 


1856. 


Yale, 


i860. 



3% 



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[ 



% 



226 



Jlpha Delta Phi 



te 



Solomon Frank Dunham, 


Kenyon and Geneva, 


1862. 


Archibald S. Dunlap, 


Miami, 


1857. 


Watson T. Dunmore, 


Middletown, 


1871. 


Seth Movar Dunning, 


Williams. 


1851. 


Silas Wright Dunning, 


Peninsular, 


1 860. 


Charles Analdo Dupee, 


Yale, 


1854. 


William Durant, 


Yale, 


1868. 


Edgar Greene Durfee, 


Brunonian, 


1867. 


Henry Rees Durfee, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Henry R. Durkee, 


Peninsular, 


1868. 


George B. Dusinberre, 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Ormond Horace Dutton, 


Harvard, 


1853. 


^ Van Buren Dutton, 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Gamaliel Lyman Dwight, 


Brunonian, 


1863. 


Henry Edwin Dwight, 


Yale, 


1852. 


James Harrison Dwight, 


Yale, 


1852. 


James McLaren Breed Dwight, 


Yale, 


1846. 


John Elihu Dwight, 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Melatiah Everett Dwight, 


Manhattan, 


i860. 


Theodore William Dwight, 


Hamilton, 


1840. 


Timothy Dwight, 


Yale, 


1849. 


^ Wilder Dwight, 


Harvard, 


1853. 


William Buck Dwight, 


Yale, 


1854. 


Charles Brockway Dye, 


Yale, 


1857. 


Azro Dyer, 


Dartmouth 


1856. 


Ezra Dyer, 


Harvard, 


1857. 



^- 



William Spencer Eakin, 


Yale, 


1846. 


Samuel Coffin Eastman, 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Charles Locke Easton, 


Union, 


1863. 


David Augustus Easton, 


Bowdoin, • 


1865. 


Benjamin Briarly Eaton, 


Bowdoin, 


1867. 


Thomas Henry Eaton, 


Bowdoin, 


1869. 


David William Eaves, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Clarence Eddy, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Samuel M. Eddy, 


Hudson, 


1864. 


*i847 John Marshall Edgcrton, 


Harvard, 


1847. 


George Stephen Edgell, 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


George F. Edwards, 


Peninsular, 


1867. 


Maurice Dwight Edwards, 


Hamilton, 


1870. 


Wheeler De Forrest Edwards, 


Manhattan, 


1871. 


Dan Parmelee Eells, 


Hamilton, 


1846. 



-^ 



r 



% 



Index. 






227 



^ 



James Eells, 
*i842 Samuel Eells 

R. Patterson Effinger, 

Charles Gardiner Egert, 

David H. Ela, 

Nicholas B. S. Eldred, 

James B. Eldredge, 

Azariah Eldridge, 
* John Marshall Eldridge, 

Charles William Eliot 

Samuel Eliot» 

Francis Fields EUinwood, 

Charles EUipt, 

Melville Cox Elliott, 

John Cahin Elliott, 

John Palmer Ellis, 

Joseph Whitcomb Ellis, 

Sylvenus Adon Ellis, 
♦1865 Elijah Arthur Ellsworth. 

Washington W. Ellsworth, 

William Ellsworth, Jr., 

Benjamin C. Ely, 

Charles Wright Ely,, 

David Judson Ely, 
*i856 Heman B. Ely, 

Isaac Mills Ely, 

Jonathan Sturges Ely, 

Joseph Cady Ely, 

Sumner Stowe Ely, 

Ben. Kendall Emerson, 
*i845 Charles Emerson, 

Charles Emerson, 

Charles Franklin Emerson, 

Francis Buckminster Emerson, 
*i848 George Samuel Emerson, 

John Milton Emerson, 

Joseph Emerson, 

Samuel Emerson, 

Thomas Emerson, 

George Barrett Emery, 

George Washington Emery, 

Henry Brown Emery^ 
— John Abbott Emory, 

Henry Vaughn Emmons, 

Samuel Franklin Emmons, 

d2 



» 



Hamilton, 


1844. 


Hamilton, 


1832. 


Miami, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


i868. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


1846. 


Peninsular, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


•Hamilton, 


1849. 


Miami, 


1840. 


Middletown, 


1867. 


Hudson, 


1863. 


Geneva and Yale, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Hudson, 


1867. 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Brunonian, 


1870. 


Hamilton, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1865. 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Bowdoin, 


i860. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Bowdoin, 


1864., 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Amherst, 


1854. 


Harvard, 


1861. 



* 



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^ 



228 



Jlpha Delta Phi 



Daniel Reily Empson, 
John Mahan English, 
Thomas R. Ercanbrack, 
Joseph Estabrook, 
William Henry Esty, 
Samuel S. Etheredge, 
Frederick Ernst F. Eurich» 
Henry Lawrence Eustis, 
♦1844 John Fenwick Eustis, 
William Tappan Eustis, 
Barton Darlington Evans, 
Edward Jphn Evans, 
Edward Payson Evans» 
Ellicott Evans, 
Evan William Evans, 
James Samuel Evans, 
John Sims Ewell, 
Martin Baum Ewing. 
Philemon B. Ewing, 
Thomas Ewing, Jr., 







Yale, 


1853. 


Brunonian, 


1870. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Manhattan, 


1866. 


Harvard, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Yale. 


1841. 


Yale. 


1868. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1854. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Urban, 


1836. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1839. 


Brunonian, 


1856. 



f- 



William Thomas Fagan, 
Francis Joel Fairbanks, 
Joseph W. Fairbanks, 
Lorenzo Fairbanks, 
Charles Stebbins Fairchilds, 
Edward Daniel Falkner, 
David Green Fanning, 
William Henry Farnham, 
William Thompson Farnham, 
Jonathan Brewer Farnsworth, 
Lincoln Tibbals Farr, 
Henry Weld Farrar, 
Francis Augustus Faulkner, 
Albert Eugene Faxon, 
Edward Allen Fay, 
Robert Newton Fearon, 
L Price Fell, 
John Brooks Felton, 
Robert Hughes Fenn, 
William Henry Fenn, 
O. H. Fernald, 



Rochester, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1872*. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Harvard, 


1 861. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Penin. and Middlet'n 


,1869. 


Williams, 


1868. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Rochester, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Middletown, 


1863. 



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- 


i 

1 


Index 

Luis Fernandez, 


•• 
Manhattan; 


229 


i«55. 


Joseph Lybrand Ferrell, 


Yale, 


1862; 


*i855 Charles Merril Ferrin, 


Hamilton, 


i«57. 


Leonard Ferris, 


Rochester, 


1*56* 


Leonard Zenas Ferris, 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


William Henry Ferr}% 


Yale, 


1868; 


Henry P. Fessenden, 


Urban, 


1836. 


George William Field, 


Bowdoin, 


1837. 


*i859 Levi Alpheus Field, 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Maunsell Bradhurst Field, 


Yale, 


1 841. 


Joshua Milton Fiero, 


Brunonian, 


1870. 


Luke William Finlay, 


Yale, 


1856. 


Edmund Fish, 


Peninsular, 


1845. 


Erasmus Darwin Fish, 


Brunonian, 


1837. 


George Whitefield Fisher, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Lorenzo C. Fisher, 


Alabama, 


X854. 


Samuel Jackson Fisher, 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


William Hubbell Fisher, 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Daniel Taggart Fisk, 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Franklin Woodbury Fisk, 


Yale, 


1849. 


Lewis R. Fisk, 


Peninsular, 


1850. 


* Robert Farris Fisk, 


Yale, 


1844. 


*i865 Samuel Fisk, 


Amherst, 


1848. 


* Stuart Wilkins Fisk, 


Yale, 


1840. 


Asa Severance Fiske, 


Amherst, 


X855* 


John Orr Fiske, 


Bowdoin, 


1837. 


Calvin Webster Fitch, 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Horace Benjamin Fitch, 


Williams, 


1862. 


Nathan Thomas Fitch, 


Yale, 


1855. 


Thomas Warner Fitch, 


Hamilton, 


1869. 


William Addison Fitz-Hugh, 


Geneva, 


1843. 


* James M. Fitzpatrick, 


Alabama, 


1854. 


William Lapman Flagg, 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


James Greely Flanders, 


Yale, 


1867. 


Edwin Fleming, 


Peninsular, 


1870. 


Lewis Isidore Fleming, 


Amherst, 


1847. 


William Stuart Fleming, 


Yale, 


1838, 


* Albert M. Fletcher, 


Miami, 


1836. 


Geo. Fred. Flichner, 


Amherst, 


1867, 


Henry Warren Flint, 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Joseph Nelson Flint, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Edward Eastman Fogg, 


Bowdoin, 


1861. 


Frederic Augustine Fogg, 


Bowdoin, 


1869. 


Charles Christopher Follen, 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Charmon Dewey Follet, 


Peninsular, 


1862. 



^ 



5fe 



% 





Index. 


Harvard, 


• 


23J 


Henry Walker Frost, 


1858, 




Thomas Gold Frost, 




Hamilton, 


1842. 




Octavius Brooks Frothingham, 


Harvard, 


1843. 




Benjamin Apthorp Gould Fuller, 


Bowdoin, 


1839. 




Charles Fuller, 




Bowdoin, 


1865. 




*iS59 Edward Thurston Fuller, 




Yale. 


1857. 




Horace Smith Fuller, 




Amherst, 


1858. 




Robert Barnwell Fuller, 




Harvard, 


1850, 




Spencer R. Fuller, 




Middletown, 


1859. 




William Eddy Fuller, 




Dartmouth, 


1856. 




William Edward Fulton, 




Manhattan, 


1871. 




Edward Brown Furbish, • 




Yale, 


i860. 




Horace Howard Furness, 




Harvard, 


1854. 





^ 



p' 



*». 



Alfred Payson Gage, 

John Cutler Gage, 

Nehemiah Hutchinson Gage, 

Sylvanus G. Gale, 

George J. Gallagher, 

William Davis Gallagher, 

Robert Macy Gallaway, 

Philip Gleason Galpin, 

Azariah Thomas Gait, 

James Matthew Gamble, 

John Ganson, 

Richard Leo Ganter, 

James Garatt, 

Frank L. Gardiner, 

Frederic Gardiner, 

William Sewall Gardiner, 

George Warren Gardner, 

James Solomon Gardner, 

John Edward Gardner, 

Samuel Spring Gardner, 

Theodore Adolphus Gardner, 

Theodore Faxton Gardner, 

George Minot Garland, 

Ferdinand Van Derveer Garretson, 

Prince Albert Gatchell, 

Lorenzo Gates, 

William T. Gates, 

Edward Gay, 



Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Middletown, 


i860. 


Geneva, 


1849. 


Miami, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Kenyon, 


• 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Bowdoin and Geneva, 1842. 


Bowdoin, 


1850. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Bowdoin, 


1855. 


Williams, 


1853. 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Bowdoin, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Bowdoin, 


1865. 


Hudson, 


1850. 


Alabama, 


1851. 


Amherst, 


1856. 



* 



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% 



232 



Jlpka Delta Phi. 



« 



Julius Gay, 

Ziba Gay, 

Leonard Jarvis Gaylord, 

Albert Henry Gere, 

Frederick Henry Gerrish, 

Edwin Peabody Gerry, 
William Yates Gholson, 

Mason Gibbs, 

Charles Dana Townsend Gibson, 

Edmund Trowbridge H. Gibson, 

Walter Gibson, 

William Thomas Gibson, 

Benjamin Davis Gilbert, 

Frederic Lee Gilbert, 

George Yates Gilbert, 

James Horn Gilbert, 

Lyman De Huff Gilbert, 

William Thatcher Gilbert, 

Clarence Marion Giles, 

Charles Duncan Gilfillan, 

Cornelius William Gillam, 
1856 Augustus Canfield Gillett, 

Edward Bates Gillett, 

Daniel Coit Gilman, 

Daniel Trimble Gilman, 

William Coit Gilman, 

Charles Franklin Gilson, 

Wesley Curtiss Ginn, 
1854 Charles William Gladding, 

Edward Brodie Glasgow, 

Charles James Glass, 
* J. H. Hobert Glassell, 

George Le Roy Gleason, 

Samuel Mills Gleason, 

William Henry Gleason, 

Charles Henry Glover, 
*i842 Samuel Glover, Jr., 

Delano Alexander Goddard, 

William H. Goddard, 

Charles Bradford Goff, 

Francis Shubael Goff, 

Benjamin Moore Goldsmith, 

William E. Goldthwait, 

Samuel Bushnell Goodale, 

George Brett Goodall, 



« 



Yale, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Rochester, 


1864. 


Miami, 


1862. 


Bowdoin, 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Cornell, 


1871. 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1837. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Hamilton, 


1870. 


Hamilton, 


1853. 


Hamilton, 


1837. 


Yale. 


1841. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Manhattan, 


1865. 


Yale. 


1855. 


Williams, 


1853. 


Middletown, 


1859, 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Rochester, 


1865. 


Alabama, 


1852. 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Brunonian, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1859. 


Brunonian, 


1856. 


Brunonian, 


1867. 


Urban, 


1838. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Williams, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1861. 



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^ 



Index. 



233 



3^ 



James S. Goode, 


Miami, 


1845. 


William Pittson Goodelle, 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Henry Anthony Goodhue, 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


♦1855 Charles Rush Goodrich, 


Yale. 


1849. 


* Chauncy Goodrich, 


Yale, 


1837. 


George Dickinson Goodrich^ 


Amh't and Williams, 


1853. 


George Ernest Goodrich, 


Williams, 


1865. 


William Henry Goodrich, 


Yale, 


1843. 


William W. Goodrich, 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Charles Morgan Goodsell, 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


James Henry Goodsell, 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Edgar Jerome Goodspeed» 


Rochester, 


1853. 


Thomas W. Goodspeed. 


Rochester, 


1863. 


Thomas Goodwillie, Jr., 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Daniel Goodwin, 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Frederic C. Goodwin, 


Geneva, 


1854. 


Homer Goodwin, 


Hudson, 


1844. 


Ichabod Goodwin, 


Bowdoin, 


1839. 


Richard Goodwin, Jr., 


Amherst, 


1869. 


* William Augustus Goodwin, 


Bowdoin, 


1843. 


William Bacon Goodwin, 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


William G. Goodwin, 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Adoniram Judson Gordon, 


Brunonian, 


1 860. 


Kimball Gordon, 


Geneva, 


1868. 


Edwin Curtis Gormly, 


Yale, 


l866. 


* Archibald Falconer Gould, 


Yale, 


1852. 


Edwin Walter Gould, 


Brunonian, 


1872. 


George Henry Gould, 


Amherst, 


1850. 


George Henry Gould, 


Peninsular, 


i860. 


*i854 James Gardner Gould, 


Yale, 


1845. 


*i863 James Ingersoll Grafton, 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Emory Levi Grant, 


Peninsular, 


1866. 


Henry Martyn Grant, 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


William Cutting Grant, 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Arthur Brown Graves, 


Williams, 


1858. 


John Graves, 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


John Long Graves, 


Amherst, 


1855. 


Samuel Laurence Graves, 


Amherst, 


1870. 


Thaddeus Graves, 


Amherst, 


1856. 


* George Gray, 


Harvard, 


1849. 


George D. Gray, 


Miami, 


1865. 


Joseph Howard Gray, 


Harvard, 


1851. 


William Postell Gready, 


Yale, 


1842. 


Council Greeley, 


Bowdoin, 


1854. 


Charles Franklin Henry Green, 


Bowdoin, 


1849. 



^ 



^ 



i34 



Jlpha Delta Phi. 



t 



Joseph Warren Green, 
Moses P. Green, 
Sullivan Dexter Green, 

*i868 Henry Franklin Green, 
John Morton Greene, 

^•i86i William Albert Greene, 
Alfred Greenough, 
James Greenough, 
William Greenough, 

*i847 Francis William Greenwood, 
Frank Eugene Greenwood, 
Richard Booth Greenwood, Jr., 
William Greenwood, 
Robert G. Gregg, 
Edwin Smith Gregory, 
James Glynn Gregor)-, 
Lewis Gregory, 
Ed. Sturgis Grew, 
John Greyson, 
Amos Delos Gridley, 
Charles C. Gridley, 
Frederic Gridley, 
John White Griffin, 
George Hermon Griflin, 
J. R. Griffin, 
Timothy Miller Griffing, 
Daniel Jones Griffith, 
John H. Griffith, 
Charles Edward Grinnell, 
Henry Walton Grinnell, 
George Catlin Griswold, Jr., 
Matthew Griswold, 
Whiting Griswold, 

*i849 Herman J. Groesbeck, 
John R. Groesbeck, 
William S. Groesbeck, 
Charles Edward Gross, 
George Sumner Grosvenor, 
Alfred Grout, 
Henry Martin Grout, 
William Evans Grove, 
Andrew Jackson Groves, 
James Henry Groves, 
Edward Chapman Guild, 

*i864 Samuel Eliot Guild, 



Yale, 
Miami, 
Peninsular, 
Brunonian, 
Amherst, 
Brunonian, 
Harvard, 
Williams, 
Harvard, 
Harvard, 
Dartmouth, 
Manhattan, 
Manhattan, 
Union, 
Hudson, 
Yale, 
Yale, 
Harvard, 
Kenyon, 
Hamilton, 
Hamilton, 
Hamilton, 
Dartmouth, 
Yale, 
Alabama, 
Yale, 
Yale, 

Rochester, 
Harvard, 
Manhattan, 
Urban, 
Geneva, 
Amherst, 
Miami, 
Miami, 
Miami, 
Yale, 
Amherst, 
Yale, 
Williams, 
Geneva, 
Middletown, 
Middletown, 
Harvard, 
Harvard, 



i86S. 
1842. 
i860. 
1870. 

1853. 
1863. 

1865. 

i860. 

1863. 

1845. 

1871. 

1864. 

1865. 

1865. 

1852. 

1865. 

1864. 

1863. 

1868. 

1839. 

1872, 

1843. 
1869. 

i860. 

1858. 

1864. 

1869. 

1859. 

1862. 

1863. 

1838. 

1846. 

1838. 

1834. 
1839. 

1834. 
1869. 
1858. 

1853. 
1854. 

1858. 

1865. 

1865. 

1853. 
1839. 



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% 



Index. 



^ 



23J 



William A. Gunter, 
♦1854 William Gunton, 

Charles Bierce Guthrie, 

David Wade Guy, 

Edward A. Guy, 

William E. Guy, 
*i855 Abraham Evan Gwynne, 



Alabama, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1861. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1839. 



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Amos K. Hadley, 
Eugene J. Hadley, 
Elwood Potts Haines, 
J. Russell Haire, 

♦1846 Thomas Haire, 

Norton Asa Halbert, 

*i850 Alexander Hale, 

* Benjamin Hale, 

Charles Hale, 
Charles G. Hale, 
Edward Everett Hale, 
Francis Edward Hale, 
George Silsbee Hale, 
George Watt Hale, 
Horatio Emmons Hale, 
James Tracy Hale, 
John Cushman Hale, 
Joseph Augustine Hale, 
Josiah Little Hale, 
Nathan Hale, Jr., 
Daniel Hall, 
Edward Henry Hall, 
Elliot Chapin Hall, 
George Cyril Hall, 
Gordon Hall, 
Gordon Robert Hall, 
Granville Stanley Hall, 
Ira Cole Hall, 
Isaac Hollister Hall, 
James Stevenson Hall, 
John Manning Hall, 
Josephus Hall, 
O. M. Hall, 

e2 



Hamilton, 


1837. 


Cornell, 


1871. 


Hudson, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1855. 


Miami, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Geneva, 


1840. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Dartmouth, 


1868. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


i860. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Geneva, 


1872. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Geneva, 


1869. 


Dartmouth. 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


i860. 


Harvard, 


1838. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Amherst, 


1872. 


Williams. 


1867. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


Williams, 


1868. 



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236 Jlpka Delta Phi. 


Richard Clarence Hall, 


Brunonian, 


1 841. 


Richard Fitch Hall, 


Harvard, 


1854. 


S. Shalor Hall, 


Peninsular, 


1847. 


Willard Preble Hall, 


Yale. 


1872. 


William Kittredge Hall, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Samuel Dumont Halliday, 


Hamilton and Cornell 


1,1869-70. 


*»864 William Kingsland Hallock, 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Norwood Penrose Hallowell, 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Anthony Halsey, 


Columbia, 


1837. . 


Jacob S. Halsey, 


Yale, 


1842. 


NichoU Halsey, 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Frank Brown Hamilton, 


Hudson, 


1859. 


Henry Harrison Hamilton, 


Amherst, 


1868. 


James Hamilton. 


Yale. 


1853. 


John Alexander Hamilton, 


Amherst, 


1853. 


Frederick Hinman Hamlin, 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


Albert Overton Hammond, 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Charles Hammond, 


Amherst, 


1844. 


George H. Hammond, 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Henry Louis Hammond, 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


James Denton Hancock, 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Frederick Augustus Hand, 


Williams, 


1867. 


^"1842 Edward Parker Handy, 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Charles Bird Hankinson, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


David Osheal Hannaford, 


Amherst, 


1852. 


*i862 Diodate Cushman Hannahs, 


Yale, 


1859. 


*i847 James W. Hanscom, 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Charles Hutchins Hapgood, 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Joseph Hardie, 


Alabama, 


1855. 


Chester Harding, 


Harvard, 


1847. 


John Wheeler Harding, 


Yale, 


1845. 


Lyman Harding, Jr., 


Hamilton, 


1863. 


Wilder Bennet Harding. 


Yale, 


1867. 


William Greenough Harding, 


Williams, 


•1857. 


Asa Strong Hardy, 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Jacob Hardy, 


Amherst, 


1850. 


John Henry Hardy, 


Dartmouth. 


1870. 


Edwin Augustus Warren Harlow, 


Harvard, 


1 841. 


George William Harmon, 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


Henry Augustus Harmon, . 


Williams, 


1867. 


Julian Harmon, 


Hudson, 


1846. 


John Arunah Harper, 


Kenyon, 


i860. 


Brainard Timothy Harrington, 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Charles Frederick Harrington, 


Hudson, 


1870. 


Nathan Harrington, 


Amherst, 


1864. 



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Samuel Harrington, 


Amherst, 


1861. 


* Thomas B. Harrington, 


Amherst, 


1849. 


Austin Harris, 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Broughton Davis Harris, 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


George Harris, 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Herbert Harris, 


Bowdoin, 


1872. 


*i859 Horatio J. Harris, 


Miami,- 


1835. 


Jacob Brown Harris, 


Yale, 


1854. 


Samuel Turner Harris, 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


William James Harris, 


Yale, 


1856. 


Henry Baldwin Harrison, 


Yale, 


1846. 


Richard Morley Harrison, 


Geneva, 


1852. 


Benjamin Morgan Harrod, 


Harvard, 


1856. 


William S. Harroun, 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Benjamin E. Hart, 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


» Byron Hart, 


Yale, 


1851. 


*i853 Danforth A. Hart, 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


Henry Clay Hart, Jr., 


Kenyon, 


1868. 


James H. Hart, 


Miami, 


1839. 


William Hart, 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Clinton Jones Hartt, 


Manhattan, 


1864. 


Samuel Slawson Hartwell, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Shattuck Hartwell, 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Edward Hooker Harvey, 


Hudson, 


1867. 


William Henry Harvey, 


Hudson, 


1863. 


Phinney Nelson Haskell, 


Hudson, 


1870. 


Benjamin Franklin Hastings, 


Williams, 


1861. 


George C. Hastings, 


Yale, 


1851. 


Panett Marshall Hastings, 


Hamilton, 


1839. 


Parsons Clark Hastings, 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Charles Henry Hatch, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Rodney J. Hathaway, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Alfred Houston Haven, 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Franklin Haven, 


Harvard, 


1857. 


*i843 Horace Appleton Haven, 


Harvard, 


1842. 


*i849 Loren Eaton Haven, 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


George Elias Hawes, 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


John Bromham Hawes, 


Manhattan, 


1865. 


Augustine Bayer Hawley, 


Geneva, 


1852. 


John Woodbridge Hawley, 


Williams, 


1865. 


Martin Hawley, 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


Albert Hayden, 


Kenyon, 


1868. 


*i859 Henry Hayes, 


Geneva, 


1856. 


John William Hayes, 


Dartmouth, 


i860. 


William Andrew Haynes, 


Cumberland, 


1859. 




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238 



Alpha Delta Pkt. 



♦1838 Charles Hayward, Jr., 

Charles Capen Hayward, 
Henry Martyn Hazeltine, 
Mayo W. Hazeltine, 
Moses Kittredge Hazelton, 
Grovesnor William Heacock, 
Franklin Hervey Head, 
Charles Mercer Heald, 

♦1863 John Francis Heath, 

Willard Spaulding Heath, 
William Dunlap Hedden, 
James W. Hedges, 
John Henry Heisel, 
Charles Cornelius Heisler, 
Egbert Dushane Heisler, 
Charles Philip Helfenstein, 
William Potts Hellings, 
Lewis Reyburne Hempstead, - 
John Benjamin Henck, 
Leonard Addison Hendrick, 

*i862 Frank Hendricks, 

William Davison Hennen, 
Andrew Isabell Henshaw, 
Bushrod Washington Herbert, 
Robert Herndon, 
Charles Brown Herri ck, 
William Augustus Herrick, 
Samuel Herron, 

*i862 Henry Edson Hersey, 
Charles Hewitt, 
Charles N. Hewitt, 
Frederick Charles Hewitt, 
Nathaniel Augustus Hewitt, 
James S. Hibben, 
Joseph M. Hibben, 
Volney Hickox, 
John Henry Hicok, 
Isaac Ellmaker Hiester, 
Lucius Hopkins Higgins, 
Henry Lee Higginson, 
F. H. Higginson, 
James Jackson Higginson, 
Brainard Spencer Higley, 
Warren Higley, 



d^ 



Harvard, 


1837. 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Williams, 


1852. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Hudson, 


1840. 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Rochester, 


1851. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Yale. 


1841. 


Rochester, 


1864. 


Hamilton, 


1866. 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Alabama, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Miami, 


1851. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Peninsular, 


1855. 


Geneva, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Miami, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Yale. 


i860. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Hudson, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1862. 



t 



% 



Index. 



Frank Hiland, 
John Lewis Hildreth, 

*i839 Samuel Tenney Hildreth, 
Adams Sherman Hill, 
Charles Ebenezer Hill, 

♦1864 David Clark Hill, 

George Edwards Hill, 
George Robert Hill, 
John Lindsay Hill, 
Elias Brewster Hillard, 
John Ten Broeck Hillhouse, 
Walter Hillman, Jr., 
Giles Mumford Hillyer, 

*i869 John Goddard Hinckley, 
Lyman Gillett Hinckley, 
Edward Young Hincks, 
John L. R. Hincks, 
Charles King Hinkley, 
John Adams Hinkley, 

*i854 Clark T. Hinman, 

Charles Edward Hiscox, 
Edward Thomas Hiscox, 
Edwin Thomas Hiscox, 
Charles Hitchcock, 
Charles Henry Hitchcock, 
Edward Hitchcock, 
Edward Hitchcock, Jr., 
George Nicholas Hitchcock, 
Phineas W. Hitchcock, 
Samuel Whittemore Hitchcock, 
Urban Gillespie Hitchcock, 
William Douglass Hitchcock, 
Frederick Hobart, 
John Henry Hobart, 
William Roscoe Hobbie, 
George Miller Hobbs, 
Ichabod Goodwin Hobbs, 

*i853 Francis Louis Hodges, 
Frank Hodge, 
Lyman Davis Hodge, 
Edmund Wellington Hodgkinson, 
Edwin Ruthven Hill Hodgman, 
Wickham Hoffman, 
William J. Hogan, 



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239 



Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 


Dartmouth, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Cumberland, 


1858. 


Union, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Hamilton, 


1834. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Bowdoin, 


1872. 


Bowdoin, 


1866. 


Bowdoin, 


1868. 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Manhattan, 


1867. 


Manhattan, 


1869. 


Manhattan, 


186S. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1836. 


Amherst, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Williams, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Manhattan, 


1865. 


Peninsular, 


1864. 


Manhattan, 


i860. 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Amherst, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Alabama, 


1859. 



* 



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240 



Jlpha Delta Phi. 



us 



'1853 



*i858 



* 

♦1857 



*i859 
*i863 



Benjamin Franklin Holden, 
Daniel Judson Holden, 
John Milton Holley, 
Henry Whitcomb Holman, 
Francis Holmes, 
Francis Hunt Holmes, 
Francis Hunt Holmes, 
Henry Martyn Holmes, 
Jabez Silas Holmes, 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., 
Benjamin L. Holt, 
Robert S. Holt, 
George Osgood Holyoke, 
Gilbert Edwin Hood, 
Edward Hooker, 
Edward Jerome Hooker, 
Elias Cornelius Hooker, 
Thomas Hooker, 
James L. Hoole 
Abel Grosvenor Hopkins, 
John Hamden Hopkins, 
Stephen Grosvenor Hopkins, 
Woolsey Rodgers Hopkins, 
A. M. Hopper, 
Cortland Hoppin, 
Francis Edwin Hoppin, 
George Lobingier Horback, 
George Edward Home, 
John Homer, 
Versalius Horr, 
Alexander Horton, 
George M. Horton, 
Henry Horton, 
Henry B. Horton, 
Charles Hosford, 
Chiller Hosford, 
William Henry Hotchkiss, 
Albert Barton Hough, 
Edward Houghton, 
Jacob Houghton, Jr., 
Charles Francis House, 
John Henry House, 
Hiram Houston, 
Lyman Bartlett How, 



Middletown, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Hamilton, 


1866. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Amherst, 


i860. 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1872. 


Miami, 


1839. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Williams, 


i860. 


Williams, 


1855. 


Williams, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Bowdoin, 


1849. 


Hamilton, 


1866. 


Hamilton, 


1872. 


Hamilton, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1871. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Bmnonian, 


1855. 


Brunonian, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1843. 


Geneva, 


1845. 


Geneva, 


1849. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Geneva, 


1847. 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Geneva, 


1861. 


Yale, 


• 1852. 


Peninsular, 


1848. 


Hudson, 


1871. 


Hudson, 


1868. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Dartmouth, 


i860. 



4f 



4 



F 



<rw 



Index, 



^ 



241 



Elias H. Howard', 
Ezra Williams Howard, 
Henry Ripley Howard, 
Hiram Lowell Howard, 
Joseph Dana Howard, 
William Wallace Howard, 
Elias Wilkins Howe, 
Elijah Franklin Howe, 
Joseph W. Howe, 

*i863 Richerand Howe, 

Samuel Burnett Howe, 
John Hubbard Howell, 
Luther C. Howell, 
Edward Howland, 
Francis Howland, 
George Howland, 
Walter M. Howland, 
William Howland, 
William Ware Howland, 

* Nathan Ashley Hoze, 

George Franklin Hubbard, 
Grosvenor Silliman Hubbard, 

* Harvey Hubbard, 

James Mascarene Hubbard, 
Joseph Welton Hubbard, 
. Richard Dudley Hubbard, 
George Wolcott Hubbell, 
Jay Abel Hubbell, 
Frank Winfield Hubby, 
Charles Frederick Hudson, 
Edward Payson Hudson, 
Erasmus Darwin Hudson, Jr., 
Frederick Van Houten Hudson, 
Thomas Boyd Hudson, 
Augustus Caesar Hufif, 

* William Sidney Huggins, 

George Reginald Heber t^ughcs, 
James Alex. Dupee Hughes, 
Frederic Hughson, 
Hiland R. Hulburd. 
Ray Greene Huling, 
Charles Aurelius Hull, 
Nelson Powell Hulst, 
Alexander F. Hume, 



Urban, 


1837. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Bowdoin, 


1852. 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 


Union, 


1862. 


Manhattan. 


1867. 


Amherst, 


1864. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Amherst, 


1850. 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Geneva, 


1853. 


Bowdoin, 


1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Peninsular, 


1853. 


Kenyon, 


1864. 


Hudson, 


1842. 


Williams, 


1854. 


Manhattan, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


Geneva, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Dartmouth, 


1868. 


Urban and Hudson, 


1835-44. 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Brunonian, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Miami, 


1848. 



* 



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^ 



242 



Jlpha Delta Phi. 



% 



Robert Allen Hume, 
Frederick Humphrey, 

*i840 Henry M. Humphrey, 

♦1850 Leonard Humphrey, 

Zephaniah Moore Humphrey, 
Andrew Holland Hunker, 
Walter Hunnewell, 
Charles Morse Hunt, 
Charles Oliver Hunt, 
Edward Taylor Hunt, 
George Hunt, 
Henry Hastings Hunt, 
Morris Hunt, 

*i857 Samuel Hunting, 

Chester Huntington, 
Daniel Huntington, 
Frank Huntington, 
Frederic Dan Huntington, 
Henry Strong Huntington, 

* John Myers Huntington, 

Henry Judson Hurd, 
Shrewsbury D. Hurst, 
John Hussey, 
Lutellus Hussey, 
Alexander Hutchins, 
John B. Hutchins, 
Ely Israel Hutchinson, 
Henry C. Hutchinson, 
Henry Elijah Hutchinson, 

*i846 Horace Hutchinson, 

John Skinner Hutchinson, 
Morrill N. Hutchinson, 
Prosper Kimball Hutchinson, 
Winfield Scott Hutchinson, 
Cornelius M. Hutton, 
Hobart Hutton, 
Alvan Pinney Hyde, 
Edwin Frank Hyde, 
James Nevins Hyde, 
Nathaniel Alden Hyde, 
William Lyman Hyde, 



Yale, 

Hamilton, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Hudson, 

Harvard, 

Peninsular, 

Bowdoin, 

Rochester, 

Hudson, 

Bowdoin, 

Hudson, 

Amherst, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Rochester, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Cornell, 

Kenyon, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Williams, 

Peninsular, 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 

Amherst, 

Yale, 

Hudson, 

Amherst, 

Bowdoin, 

Alabama, 

Geneva, 

Yale, 

Manhattan, 

Yale. 

Yale, 

Bowdoin, 



1868. 
1852. 
1842. 
1846. 
1843. 
1869. 
1865. 
1862. 
1861. 
1867. 
1851. 
1862. 
1851. 
1844. 
1866. 
1836. 
1868. 
1839. 

1857. 
1843. 

1872. 

1864. 

1854. 

1856. 

1857. 
1849. 

1869. 

1858. 

1858. 

1839. 
1869. 

1863. 

1841. 

1867. 

1857. 
1869. 

1845. 

1 861. 

1861. 

1847. 

1S42. 



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Index. 



w^-i 



243 



J 



Daniel W. Iddings, 


Miami, 


1842. 


Henry Ingalls, 


Bowdoin, 


1841. 


Frank Pierce Ireland, 


Bowdoin, 


1872. 


Oscar Brown Ireland, 


Manhattan, 


1859. 


David A. Irwin, 


Amherst, 


1864. 


Francis Ives, 


Yale. 


18.15. 



jf- 



'At 



Anson Blake Jackson, 
Charles Cabot Jackson, 
Edward Seymour Jackson, 
George N. Jackson, 
George William Jackson, 

*i862 Jefferson Franklin Jackson, 
John W. Jackson, 
Samuel Jackson, 
Charles Jacobus, 

* Charles Pinckney James, 

John Wells James, 
Lewis W. James, 
Edward Janin, 
Albert Egbert Janvier, 
David Ralph Jaques, 
John Jay, 

Henry Upham Jeffries, 
Thomas Allen Jenckes, 
Charles Weston Jenkins, 
Alfred Mankin Jenks, 
William W. Jenks, 
George Walker Jenkins, 
Roselle N. Jenne, 
Charles Bulkley Jennings, 
Charles Jcmmison, 
Albert Gillett Jepson, 
Holmes Mayhew Jernegan, 
Charles Jerome, 
Edward Miles Jerome, 

*i865 Ira Newton Jerome, 

Theodore Charles Jerome, 
Edward Hurt Jewett, 
Frank Fanning Jevvitt, 
George Baker Jewett, 

f2 



Geneva, 


1870. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1859- 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Geneva, 


1864. 


Miami, 


1846. 


Williams, 


1859- 


Peninsular, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1871. 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


Williams. 


i860. 


Manhattan, 


1865. 


Union, 


1871. 


4Yale, . 


1870. 


Peninsular, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Williams, 


1855. 


Middletown, 


1869. 


Middletown, 


1869. 


Hamilton, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Hamilton. 


1844. 


Hamilton, 


1869. 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Amherst, 


1840. 



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^"S" 



Iff 



244 



Alpha Delta Phi. 



Jay Hamilton Jewitt, 

* Samuel J. John, 

William Corwin Johns, 
Charles Everett Johnson, 
Charles Thurston Johnson, 
Edward Francis Johnson, 
Edwin Johnson, 

*i856 Eli Grahame Johnson, 
Elias Henry Johnson, 
Henry Johnson, 
Henry Augustinus Johnson, 
Henry C. Johnson, 
Henry Norton Johnson, 
Herrick Johnson, 
Hosmer A. Johnson, 
Jesse Johnson, 
John Wesley Johnson, 
Joseph Horsfall Johnson, 

* Luther Johnson, 

*i857 Osgood Johnson, 
Samuel Johnson, 
William Clarkson Johnson, 
Henry Phelps Johnston, 
John B. Johnston, 
Melville M. Johnston, 
Upshur Johnston, 
Wilbur Fisk Johnston, 

* William Curtis Johnston, 

* Alfred G. Jones, 

Augustus Turner Jones, 
Beverly Jones, 
Charles A. Jones, 
Frederic Rowland Jones, 
Frederic William Jones, 
C. Perry Jones, 
Ebenezer Stevens Jordan, 
Edmund Lewis Joy, 
A. Francis Judd, 
Davis Wright Judd, 
Adoniram Brown Judson, 
Charles Nichols Judson, 
Edward Judson, 
Elnathan Judson, 
Frederic Newton Judson 
Walter Judson, 



Hudson and Ham 


'ton, 1871-2. 


Miami, 


1838. 


Peninsular, 


1869. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Miami, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Williams, 


1870. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. ^ . 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Miami, 


1868. 


Middletown, 


1863. 




1865. 


Middletown, 


1861. 


Yale, 


i860. 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1S69. 


Miami, 


1841. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1:47. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Yale. 


1862. 


Williams, 


i860. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Brunonian, 


1865. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1864. 



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Index. 



W'^ 






243 




George L. Kalb, 


Miami, 


1848. 


George Kearney, 


Union, 


1866. 


Anthony Quinton Kcasbey, 


Yale, 


1843. 


Robert C. Kedzie, 


Peninsular, 


1851. 


George W. Keely, 


Miami, 


1843. 


Harry Keen, 


Williams, 


1870. 


Oscar Keen, 




. 1865. 


William Williams Keenc, Jr., 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


James Franklin Keency, 


• 

Rochester, 


1866. 


Frederic Augustus Keep, 


Yale, 


1870. 


*i86i John Martin Keep, 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


*i854 Richard Lawrence Keesc, 


Yale, 


1854. . 


Sidnon Thorne Keese, 


Yale, 


i860. 


J. Checkley Keighler, 


Harvard, 


1862. 


*i864 Charles Clarence Tracy Keith, 


Manhattan, 


i860. 


Elijah Kellogg, 


Bowdoin, 


1840. 


Milo Gifford Kellogg, 


Rochester, 


1870. 


*iS66 Robert R. Kellogg, 


Urban, 


1835. 


Sanford Brown Kellogg, 


Yale, 


1843. 


Stephen D wight Kellogg, 


Yale, 


1846. 


A. Frank Kelly, 


Kenyon, 


1870. 


Edward Augustus Kelly, 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


George William Kelly, 


Bowdoin, 


1866. 


Sylvester Henry Kclsey, 


Amherst, 


1855.' 


Fred Gridley Kendall, 


Hamilton, 


1871. 


Horace Fidelio Kendall, 


Rochester, 


1869. 


* John Kendall, 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 


Joshua Kendall, 


Harvard, 


1853. 


*i.840 Cotton Mather Kcndrick, 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Greene Kendrick, 


Yale, 


1872. 


John Kendrick, 


Yale, 


1872. 


John Mills Kendrick, 


Kenyon, 


• 


*i865 Archibald Duncan Kennedy, 


Manhattan, 


1865. 


*i849 Thomas Kennedy, 


Yale, 


1845. 


* William Sloane Kennedy, 


Hudson, 


1846. 


Charles Kent, 


Hudson, 


1840. 


Silas W. Kent, 


Middletown, 


1871. 


William H. Kcr, 


Harvard, 


1862. 


James Witherspoon Kerr, 


Hudson, 


1849. 


Richard Thomas Kerr, 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Alexander Phoenix Ketchum, 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Daniel Phoenix Ketchum, 


Manhattan, 


1867. 







* 



246 Jlpha Delta Pkt. 


Charles Keyser, 


Rochester, 


• 


James Harvey Kidd, 


Peninsular, 


1864. 


James Henry Kidder, 


Bowdoin, 


1853. 


James Truesdell Kilbreth, 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Charles Kilbourn, 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


John T. Killen, 


Miami, 


1854. 


Charles Webster Kimball, 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


David Mather Kimball, 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Joseph Kimball, 


Amherst, 


1857. 


* Leonard L. Kimball, 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Martin Luther Kimball, 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Nathaniel Tenney Kimball, 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


Richard Kimball, 


Dartmouth, 


1865. 


Rodney Glentworth Kimball, 


Manhattan, 


1854. 


Walter Scott Kimball, 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


William Cargill Kimball, • 


Manhattan, 


1861. 


* William Frederick D. Kimball, 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


Hiram Hollister Kimpton, 


Yale, 


1862. 


Archibald Gracie King, 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Hepry Melville King, 


Bowdoin, 


1859. 


*i867 James Gore King, 


Harvard, 


1839 


John King, 


Harvard, 


1850. 


*i865 John Curtis King, 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Rufus King, 


Harvard, 


1838. 


♦1862 Samuel Henry King, 


Geneva, 


1859. 


Charles Augustus Kingsbury, 


Williams, 


1864. 


Frederic John Kingsbury, 


Yale, 


1846. 


George Henry Kingsbury, 


Bowdoin, 


1845. 


Howard Kingsbury, 


Yale, 


1863. 


Oliver Addison Kingsbury, 


Yale, 


i860. 


Calvin S. Kingsley, 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Eugene Peck Kingsley, 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


William Lathrop Kingsley, 


Yale, 


1843. 


John Coddington Kinney, 


Yale, 


1861. 


Thomas Kinnicutt, 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Roland Kinzer, 


Yale, 


1856. 


*i86o Jacob Brown Kirby, 


Geneva and Yale, 


1848-9. 


Alfred Mayell Kirk. 


Williams, 


1868. 


William V. Kirke, 


Union, 


1868. 


* John Lothrop Kirkland, 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Samuel Kirkman, 


Harvard, 


1850. 


James D. Kirkpatrick, 


Miami, 


1845. 


Benjamin T. Kissam, 


Columbia, 


1838. 


William Aymar Kissam, 


Manhattan. 


1866. 


Charles Henry Kitchel, 


Manhattan, 


1857. 






I& 



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Index. 



Harvey Sheldon Kitchel, 
Abbott Eliot Kittredge, 
Francis William Kittredge, 
Edward Augustus Kitzmiller, 
Ngan Yoong Kiung, 
Virgil Polk Kline, 
George Spencer Knapp, 
John Augustus Knapp, 
Louis H. Knapp, 
Thomas L. Knapp, 
*i865 Sextus Hungerford Knight, 
Danford Henry Knowlton, 
Miner Rockwell Knowlton, 
Charles McLean Knox, 
Siegfried Kristeller, 



h 



Chauvet Edmund La Bcaumc, 

J. W. Labouisse, 
* Francis Dudley Ladd, 

George Trumbull Ladd, 

Horatio Oliver Ladd, 

John Johnson Ladd, 

William Spencer Ladd, 

James B. O. La Grange, 

Worthington La Grange, 

Arthur Sewall Lake, 

Charles Duncan Lamb, 
*i852 Richard Lamb, 

Lewis Lampman, 
*i84i Hugh Lancaster, 

Enos Y. Landis, 

Harry Gardner Landis, 

George McQueen Landon, 

Henry Bishop Landon, 

George Martin Lane 

James Pillsbury Lane, 

William Henry Lane, 

Benjamin Locke Lang, 

Edward R. Lang, 

Christopher Columbus Langdell, 

De Witt Langford, 
*i840 George Langford, Jr., 



Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Bowdoin, 

Hudson, 

Bowdoin, 

Dartmouth, 

Dartmouth, 

Haniilton, 

Williams, 

Dartmouth, 

Harvard, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Miami, 

Middletown, 

Yale, 

Peninsular, 

Peninsular, 

Harvard, 

Amherst, 

Manhattan, 

Kenyon, 

Kenyon, 

Harvard, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 



1842. 
1862. 
1 841. 
1864. 
1859. 
1852. 

1855. 
1851. 

186S. 

1862. 

1861. 

1850. 

1866. 

1836. 

1862. 

1867. 

1857. 
1861. 
1846. 

1857. 
1865. 

• 

1869. 
1851. 
1846. 

1838. 



247 



Yale, 


1861. 


Williams, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Kenyon, 


1862. 


Kenyon, 


1861. 


Williams, 


1866. 


Amherst, 


1871. 


Manhattan, 


1865. 


Union, 


1869. 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Hamilton, 


1866. 


Manhattan, 


1866. 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


Manhattan, 


i860. 


Middletown, 


1865. 



* 



^ 



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248 



■^^^■^n^B^ 



Jlpka Delta Phi. 



%i 



John McMurray Lansden, 


Cumberland, 


1861. 


David Gilbert Lapham, 


Yale, 


1864. 


Oliver K. Lapham, 


Williams, 


1856. 


James Thompson Larmouth, 


Peninsular, 


1866. 


Stephen Holmes Larned, 


Amherst, 


1869. 


Sylvester Larned, 


Yale, 


1842. 


* Lorenzo Latham, 


Hamilton, 


1832. 


Francis C. Lathrop, 


Yale, 


1855. 


*i837 John Milton Lathrop, 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Mills Ely Lathrop, 


Urban, 


1839. 


Arthur Lawrence, 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Edward Alexander Lawrence, 


Yale, 


1868. 


Frank W. Lawrence, 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Richard Henry Lawrence, 


Geneva, 


1847. 


Newberry Davenport Lawton, 


Manhattan, 


1872. 


Robert Lauder, 


Middletown, 


1867. 


Charles Thurber Lazell, 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


James McClymcnt Lea, 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Orlando Leach, 


Yale, 


i860. 


*i865 James Leahy, 


Middletown, 


1866. 


Samuel Julius Learned, 


Amheist, 


1845. 


William Law Learned, 


Yale, 


1841. 


* Thomas Joseph Leavitt, 


Harvard, 


1861. 


George Thomas Le Boulithier, 


Hudson, 


1865. 


Benjamin Franklin Lee, Jr., 


Manh'n and Williams 


5. 1855-8. 


Charles Mortimer Lee, 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


George Frederic Lee, 


Geneva, 


1859. 


Hamilton R. Lee, 


Geneva and Williams 


, 1868. 


Luther Maxwell Lee, 


Yale, 


1854. 


William Henry Lawrence Lee, 


Yale, 


1869. 


Owen Edgar Le Fever, 


Peninsular, 


1870. 


Charles Djalma Leggett, 


Kenyon, 


1869. 


William Henry Leggett. 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Cyrus Austin Leland, 


Yale, 


1865. 


Charles H. Leonard, 


Yale, 


1865. 


*i859 Cuyler Leonard, 


Hudson, 


1843. 


Oliver Beisell Leonard, 


Rochester, 


1861. 


William James Leonard, 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Frank Draper Lewis, 


Amherst, 


1869. 


George F. Lewis, 


Yale. 


1864. 


George Henry Lewis, 


Yale, 


1868. 


Hiram La Motte Lewis, 


Williams, 


1861. 


James Lewis, 


Amherst, 


1861. 


John Lewis, 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Leslie Lewis, 


Yale, 


1866. 



r* 



< 



* 



IS 









Index, 






v^ 



249 



* Thomas Augustus Lewis, 

Welcome Lewis, 
Zechariah Edward Lewis, 
Augustus Frost Libby, 
Charles Freeman Libby, 
Frank Willward Libby. 
Arthur Lincoln, 
Heman Lincoln, 
Solomon Lincoln. 
Charles Lindermari, 
Philip Lindsley, ' 
Jonathan Edward E. Linnell 

*i843 Nathan S. Linnell, 

Stephen Duncan Linton, 
Edward Lippincott, 
Andrew C. Lippitt, 
George Warren Lippitt, 

* George Barker Little, 

George Obadiah Little, 
Joseph Brewster Little, 
Henry C. Littlefield, 
W. H. Littlejohn, 
Aaron R. Livermorc, 
James B. Lockwood, 
Joseph A. Lockwood, 
Henry Roswell Lockwood. 
Algernon Sydney Logan, 
Joseph Darwin Long, 
Samuel Longfellow, 
Chester Hincks Loomis, 
Elias Loomis, 
Samuel Loomis, 
William Lore, 
Daniel D. Lord, 
George P. Lord, 
Nathan Lord, Jr., 

* Nathan Lynds Lord, 

Nathaniel Lynd Lord, 
Caleb William Loring, 
Charles Greely Loring, 
Edward Greeley Loring, 
Francis Caleb Loring, 
Prentiss Loring, 

* Charles Henry Lothrop, 

George Van Ness Lothrop, 



Amherst, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Bowdoin, 


1864. 


Bowdoin, 


1864. 


Bowdoin, 


1864. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Brunonian, 


1840. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Amherst, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Harvard, 


1838. 


Bowdoin, 


1843. 


Amherst, 


i860. 


Amherst, 


iS6o. 


Union, 


1866. 


Peninsular, 


i8g8. 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Union, 


1870. 


Union, 


1867. 


Geneva, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Brunonian. 


1855. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Cornell, 


1872. 


Hudson and Yale, 


• 


Hudson, 


1849. 


Middletown, 


1871. 


Columbia, 


1839. 


Geneva, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Hudson, 


1847. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Harvard, 


1839. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Brunonian, 


1838. 






0/ L 






250 



Jlpka Delia Phi. 



w^ 



Thornton Kirkland Lothrop, 

Samuel Gurley Love, 

William Love, 

Hector Voltaire Loving, 

Charles Lowe, 

John G. Lowe, 

* Charles Russell Lowell, 

James Russell Lowell, 
John Lowell, 

* David Anderson Lowry, 

George Peter Ludlam, 
Dennis Bruce Lyles, 
Arthur Theodore Lyman, 
Benjamin Smith Lyman, 
Darius Lyman, Jr., 
David Brainerd Lyman, 
Dwight E. Lyman, 
Frank Henry Lyman, 

*iS56 Henry Franklin Lyman, 
Henry Munson Lyman, 
Theodore Benedict Lyman, 

*i84i Charles James Lynde, 
Charles Rollin Lynde, 

*i84i Watts Sherman Lynde, 
William Pitt Lynde, 
William Barr Lynn, 

♦1858 Aaron Lyon, 
Amzi B. Lyon, 
Chester Jennings Lyon, 
Marcus Lyon, 

*i853 Walter Huntington Lyon, 
William Henry Lyon, 
William Workman Lyon, 



Harvard, 


1849. 


Hamilton. 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


1843, 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Miami, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1854- 


Harvard, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


Rochester, 


1864, 


Yale, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Hudson, 


• 


Yale, 


1864. 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Peninsular, 


1868. 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


Williams, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1837. 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1839-8 


Yale, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1839-8 


Union, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Hudson, 


1853. 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1851. 


Brunonian, 


1868. 


Cornell, 


1872. 



* 



1^' 



Hamilton Wright Mabic, 


Williams, 


1867. 


Augustus Rodney Macdonough, 


Yale, 


1839. 


Andrew Jackson Mack, 


Hudson, 


186S. 


Robert Mackwood, 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Edward Macomb, 


Geneva, 


1862. 


Francis Allen Macomber, 


Rochester, 


1859. 


Alexander MacWhorter, 


Yale, 


1842. 


George Frederick Magoun, 


Bowdoin, 


1841. 




?t 



Index. 



"?d . 



y 



^ 



George Preston Mains, 
Charles Augustus Maison, 

* Daniel Malony, 

John Scott Maltman, 
Harrison Maltzberger, 
Edward Augustus S. Man, 
George Henry Man, 

*i858 Henry Mandeville, 

George Edward Mann, 
John Manning, 
Lewis D. Manning, 
William E. Mapes, 
Carlton Peters Maples, 
Manton Marble, 
Charles Augustus March, 
Daniel March, 
Daniel March, Jr., 
Francis Andrew March, 
Frederick Wm. March, 
Alexander Marcy, 
Dwight Marcy, 
George Adams Mark, 
C. R. Marks, 
Vincent Marmaduke, 
George Henry Marr, 
Fletcher O. Marsh, 
Ivory W. R. Marsh, 
Wells R. Marsh, 
Arthur Ward Marshall, 
James Marshall, 

*i86i Jonathan Bryan Marshall, 
Robert Morris Marshall, 
Thomas Brainard Marshall, 
•William Marshall, 

*i 85 7 Samuel Sherburne Marston, 
Alexander Martin, 
Benjamin Ellis Martin, 

* Charles Martin, 

Edwin Campbell Martin, 
Edwin K. Martin, 
George Edward Martin, 
Henry Clay Martin, 
Henry Elisha Martin, 
Solomon Claiborne Martin, 
Thomas Henry Martin, 

g2 



Middletown, 


1870. 


Yale, . 


1844. 


Miami, 


1835. 


Peninsular, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Hamilton, 


1835. 


Kenyon, 


1862. 


Hudson, 


1847. 


Miami, 


1857. 


Union, 


1870. 


Geneva, 


1848. 


Rochester, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1870. 


Amherst and Yale, 


1839-40. 


Amherst, 


1865. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Amherst, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Bowdoin, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Peninsular, 


1845. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1848. 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 


Kenyon, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Miami, 


1861. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 


Peninsular, 


1855. 


Manhattan, 


1859. 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Miami, 


1871. 


Amherst, 


1S71. 


Yale, 


1872. 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 






^ 



252 



Alpha Delta Phi. 






Eugene Waterman Mason, 
Francis Asbury Mason, 
Amos Lawrence Mason, 
Herbert Cowpland Mason, 
James Weir Mason, 
James Brackett Mason, 
John Henry Mason, 
John Rogers Mason, 
Truman Mason, 
Benjamin Franklin Mather, 
Frederick Gregory Mather, 

♦ Edwin Nathaniel Mathes, 

Charles N. Matson, 
William Agur Matson, 
Henry Martin Matthews, 

*i865 James Henry Maxwell, 
D wight May, 
John Walker May, 
Joseph May, 
George Frederick Mayer, 

* Edward Maynard, 

Horace Maynard, 
Archibald Mayo, 
Edward Hanson Mayo, 
Herman B. Mayo, 
John W. Mayo, 
Henry Horton M'Burney, 
Graham McAdam, 
Francis Marion. McAlister, 
Shirley McAndrew, 
Salmon McCall, 
James McChain, 

* James Hoggatt McClain, 

Elliott Spottswood McClung, 
John N. McClung, 
William Logan McClure, 
Isaiah McCollum, 
Nathaniel McConaughy, 
John McCoy, 
Samuel F. McCoy, 
Adam McCrea, 
Henry Clay McCreary, 

* Duncan McDonald, 

James Smith McDonald, 
John McKorkle McDonald, 



Brunonian, 


1868. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Harvard, 


1863. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Manhattan, 


1S55. 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 


Brunonian, 


1872. 


Bowdoin, 


1868. 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Williams, 


1S62. 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Union, 


1870. 


Geneva, 


1 843' 


Amherst, 


1869. 


Bowdoin, 


1864. 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


Bowdoin, 


1852. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Manhattan, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Miami, 


1861. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1847. 


Miami, 


1864. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Manhattan, 


1870. 


Brunonian. 


1853. 


Manhattan, 


1871. 


Yale. 


1851. 


Yale, 


1838. 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Cumberland, 


1861. 


Miami, 


1856. 


Cumberland, 


1859. 


Geneva, 


1842. 


Hudson, 


1851. 


Miami, 


1836. 


Miami, 


1839. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Miami, 


I859. 


Miami, 


1859. 


Kenyon, 


1868. 



it 



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3t 




Index 


• 


233 


John R. McDow, 


Alabama, 


1852. 


William Allen McDowell, 


Yale. 


1858. 


John William McElhinney. 


Amherst, 


1872. 


Arthur H. McFarland, 


Union, 


1868. 


James Miller McFarland, 


Miami, 


1870. 


William McGlathery, 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Joseph McGrath, Jr., 


Peninsular, 


1871. 


Edward Walker McGraw, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Theodore Andrews McGraw, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Donald McGregor, 


Yale, 


1868. 


James Wilson McGregor, 


Miami, 


1863. 


Walter Scott McGregor, 


Cornell, 


1871. 


* Henry L. McGuire, 


Miami, 


1846. 


* Robert Wesley Mcintosh. 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Joseph McKeen, Jr., 


Bowdoin, 


1853. 


* William Garret McKenzie, 


Cumberland, 


1861. 


* William Duncan McKim, 


Harvard, 


1852. 


Thomas McKinlay, 


Yale, 


1866. 


John Alexander McKinstry, 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Alvan L. McLain, 


Miami, 


1868. 


James L. McLain, 


Miami, 


1868. 


Thomas Jefferson McLain, 


Hudson, 


1859. 


William P. McLaury, 


Union, 


1869. 


Allen McLean, 


Yale, 


1865. 


Samuel R. McLean, 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


Benjamin McLeran, 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


John McLeod, 


Yale, 


1844. 


Joseph McMaken, 


Miami, 


1870. 


Parker W. McManus, 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Ariel McMaster, 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Robert Bach McMasters, 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


Pollard McMorgan, 


Miami, 


1853. 


John McMullen, 


Columbia, 


1837. 


* Henry Watson McNeil, 


Yale, 


1852. 


Hiram Eugene McNott, 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Henry McVicar, 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Alexander D. McVoy, 


Middletown, 


1856. 


Edward Spencer Mead, 


Yale, 


1868. 


* John Noyes Mead, 


Harvard, 


1851. 


David McGregor Means, 


Yale, 


1868. 


George Jarvis Means, 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 


James Means, 


Dartmouth,. 


1869. 


John Oliver Means, 


Bowdoin, 


1843. 


Richard Jones Meconkey, 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Frederick H. Medary, 


Kenyon, 


1867. 



^ 



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%■ 

^pw 



254 



^Ipka Delia Pkt. 



^ 



Joshua Mellen, 

William Augustus Meloy, 

Charles Heber Mendenhall, 

E. T. Mendenhall, 

John L. D. Mercer, 
* Henry Smith Merchant, 

William Russell Merrick, 

Chester Wright Merrill, 

Charles Amos Merrill, 
*i853 Donatus Merrill, 

Edward Annis Merrill, 

Frank Benjamin Merrill, 

Henry Dwight Merrill, 

James Cushing Merrill, 

John.W. Merrill, 

Payson Merrill, 

Friend F. Merriman, 

Richard G. Merriman, 
*i855 William Ludernay Merriss, 

Charles Wesley Merritt, 

John S. Merriweather, 

Almon Baxter Merwin, 

Milton Hervey Merwin, 

Nathan Tibbals Merwin, 

Samuel John Mills Merwin, 

Richard Smith Mesick, 

Orrick Metcalf, 

Ralph Izard Middleton, Jr., 

Benjamin Crowninshield Mifflin, 

George Harrison Mifflin, 
* William Gourlay Millar, 

Charles Sterling Millard, 

Albert Barnes Miller, 

Alfred Bollivar Miller, 

Anson Stow Miller, 

Charles Dudley Miller, 

Charles Rollin Miller, 

David Eugene Miller, 

Henry Clifford Miller, 

Henry Giles Miller, 

Henry Thadeus Miller, 

Roswell Miller, 
*i862 Joseph Miller, 

Martin Rumsey Miller, 

Oliver Miller, 



Brunonian, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Kenyon, 


1863. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Hudson, 


1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Dart, and Middlet'n, 


1864. 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Middlet'n and Dart., 


1870-1. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Middletown, 


• 


Yale, 


1865. 


Union, 


1870. 


Bowdoin, 


1867. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Hamilton, 


1866. 


Alabama, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Dartmouth, 


i860. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Geneva, 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1855. 


Hamilton, 


1835. 


Hamilton, 


1837. 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


Middletown, 


1869. 


Manhattan, 


1872. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Rochester, 


1868. 


Hamilton, 


1869. 


Miami, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1868. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 




5& 



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Samuel Fisher Miller, 
Samuel Franklin Miller, 
Harvey William Milligan, 
Abbott Lawrence Mills, 
Alfred Mills, 
George Franklin Mills, 
Jatnes Kellogg Mills, . 
William James Milne, 
Samuel George Milner, 
Charles Edward Milnor, 
William Frederick Milton, 
William J. Mims, 
Henry Bradley Miner, 
Henry Erwin Miner, ." 
Payson Hungerford Miner, 
Barton C. Mitchell, 
Donald Grant Mitchell, 
Frederick William Mitchell, 
James Buchanan Mitchell, 

*i848 James S. Mitchell, 

James .Tyndale Mitchell, 
Jethro Green Mitchell, 
Joseph Sydney Mitchell, 
Robert Jay Mitchell, 
Roland Greene Mitchell, Jr., 
Thomas Wickham Mizner, 
Benjamin Mocke, 
Frank Banvard Modica, 
James C. Moffatt, 
William H. Moffett, 
John Monteith, 

*i865 William P. Montelius, 

* Alexander Montgomery, 

Charles Bates Montgomery, 
George Mooar, 
Charles Dummer Moody, 
Eugene Pope Moore, 
Henry Kingsbury Moore, 
James Robinson Moore, 
James White Moore, 

* John Sidman Moore, 

Nathan Wheaton Moore, 
Richard Channing Moore, Jr., 
Robert Moore, 
Robert S. Moore, 



Amherst, 


-1848.. 


Hamilton, 


1852. 


Williams, 


1853. 


Manhattan, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Williams. 


1862. 


Williams, 


1851, 


Rochester, 


1868. 


Peninsular, 


1872. 


Urban, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Alabama, 


1855. 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


Williams. 


1855. 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Kenyon, 


1864. 


Yale, , 


1841. 


Williams, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Hamilton, 


1862. 


Williams, 


1S63. 


Williams, 


1856. 


Manl\attan, 


1861. 


Geneva, 


1854. 


Alabama, 


1858. 


Dartmouth, 


1865. 


Miami, 


1835. 


Geneva, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Miami, 


1865. 


Williams, 


1851. 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Hudson, 


1869. 


Manhattan. 


1870. 


Brunonian, 


1852. 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1858. 



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Walter Burrit Moore, 


Rochester, 


1861. 


William A. Moore, 


Miami, 


1839. 


William B. Moore, 


Miami, 


1843. 


William C. Moore, 


Peninsular, 


1864. 


* William Henry Moore, 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Elawson Carry More, 


Yale. 


1858. 


John Morehead, 


Yale, 


1856. 


William Carey More, 


Rochester, 


1868. 


Dura Pratt Morgan, 


Brunonian, 


1869. 


*i857 Edward Christopher Morgan, 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


* Homer Bartlett Morgan, 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Horace Hills Morgan, 


Geneva and Williams 


, 1859. 


Morris Barker Morgan, 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


Pollard McC. Morgan, 


Miami, 


1853. 


Frank Forest Morrill, 


Hudson, 


1868. 


Edward Dafydd Morris, 


Yale, 


1849. 


George Bliss Morris, 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Frank S. Morrisett, 


Alabama, 


1859. 


Nathan Jackson Morrison, 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 


John Herschel Morron, 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Samuel Roseburgh Morrow, 


Brunonion and Yale 


, 1870. 


Andrew Bigelow Morse, 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


Bennett Warner Morse, 


Yale, 


1851. 


Gilbert Livingston Morse, 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


James Otis Morse, Jr., 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


*i86i Jason Morse, 


Amherst, 


1845. 


John Torrey Morse, 


Harvard, 


i860. 


Leonard Morse, 


Amherst, 


1871. 


Moses Leland Morse, 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


Oliver Andrew Morse, 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Sidney Edwards Morse, 


Yale, 


1856. 


Edwin Morton, 


Harvard, 


1355. 


Marcus Morton, 


Brunonian, 


1838. 


*i855 Nathaniel Morton. 


Brunonian, 


1840. 


Benjamin Franklin Moses, 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Galen Clapp Moses, 


Bowdoin, 


1856. 


Thomas Freeman Moses, 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


George A. Mosher, 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 


George Frank Mosher, 


Bowdoin, 


1869. 


James F. Mowe, 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


William Augustus Mowry, 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


*i863 Samuel Buel Mulford, 


Yale, 


1842. 


Sylvanus Sanford Mulford, 


Yale, 


1850. 


Marion Francis Mulkey, 


Yale, 


1862. 


William B. Mumbrute, 


Hamilton, 


1850. 







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Ezekiel Wilson Mundy, 
♦1850 John Munn, 

Charles W. Munroe, 
Edward B. Munsell, 
Seth Miller Murdock, 
HoUis Read Murdock, 
William Maitland Murray, 
Charles Frederick Mussey, 
John Burton Mustin, 
- William Finn Mustin, 
Lemuel Carrington Mygatt, 



Rochester, 


i860, 


Yale, 


1847. 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Williams, 


1854. 


Manhattan, 


i8'65. 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


Brunonian, 


1866. 


Brunonian, 


1871. 


Williams, 


1870. 



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John W, Narroway, 

Chas. Pinckney Haldbrook Nason, 

Joseph Perkins Neal, 

Horace Neide, 

Henry Baker Neil, 

Herman Humphrey Neill, 

Charles Hine Nettleton, 

William A. Nettleton, 

Michael Taylor^Newbold, 

George B. Newcomb, 

Robert R. Newell, 

William Whiting Newell, 
*i853 George Harrison Newhall, 

Horatio Cheever Newhall, 

Israel Augustus Newhall, 
* Shirlock Andrews Newkirk, 

Ellis James Newlin, 

Charles Newman, 

Henry Newton, 

Hubert Anson Newton, 

Isaac Sprague Newton, 

Thomas Prather Nicholas, 

Charles Augustus Nichols, 

Edward Pason Nichols, 
*i86o Erasmus Darwin Nichols, 

Franklin Shaw Nicholson, 

John Reed Nicholson, 

William' Niles, 

William Watson Niles, 
* William Nisbet, 



Middletown, 


1862. 


Williams, 


1862. 


Dartmouth. 


1866. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Manhattan, 


1870. 


Williams, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Williams, 


1856. 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Williams, 


i860. 


Amherst, 


1841. 


Williams, 


1851. 


Manhattan, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Williams, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Kenyon, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Geneva, 


1854. 



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Frederic Alphonso Noble, 

John Noble, 

George Augustus Nolen, 

Alfred Noon, 

James Nooney, Jr., 

♦1857 George Walter Norris, 
John Norris, 
William Henry Norris, 
William Herbert Norris, 
Edward North, 
Edward Simeon North, 
Josiah Wilcox North, 
S. Newton Dexter North, 
Walter North, 

Henry Davenport Northrop, 
Ansel Judd Northrup, 
Birdsey Grant Northrup, 
Milton Harlow Northrup, 
William Perry Northrup, 
Edmund Norton, 
James Sager Norton, 
Henry J. Nott, 
James D. Nott, 

*i854 John Frederic Nourse, 

Edward Follansbee Noycs, 
Edwin Noyes, 
James Oscar Noyes, 
Jonathan Lovejoy Noyes, 
Samuel Aiken Noyes, 
S. Dutton Noycs, 
Lucius Henry Nutting, 
Rufus Nutting, 
William J. G. Nutting, 



Yale, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Middletown, 


1869. 


Hudson, 


• 


Harvard, 


1852. 


Kenyon, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Hamilton, 


1841. 


Hamilton, 


1872. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Hamilton, 


1869. 


Geneva, 


1870. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Hamilton, 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1872. 


Kenyon, 


1866. 


Kenyon and Yale, 


1865. 


Alabama, 


1857. 


Alabama, 


1856. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Brunonian, 


1837. 


Hamilton, 


1850^ 


Yale, 


1852. 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Manhattan, 


1867. 


Hudson, 


1843. 


Hudson, 


1856. 



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Richard N. Oakman, 


Williams, 


1865. 


Robert Wetmore O'Brien, 


Yale, 


1872. 


Charles Henry O'Connor, 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Charles Talcot Ogden, 


Geneva, 


1861. 


* De Wees Ogden, 


Yale, 


1858. 


* Meredith L Ogden, 


Geneva, 


1854. 


John Davidson Ogilvic, 


Cumberland, 


1S58. 


Neilson Olcott, 


Manhattan, 


1869. 




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Chauncey N. Olds, 
*i863 William Woodruflf Olds, 

Russel Asa Olin, 

James Edward Oliver, 

M. Wade Oliver, 

Warner S. Oliver, 

Edward Olmstead, 

Alphonso R. Olney, 

John Palmer Olney, 

Peter Butler Olney, 
*i854 Daniel Henry Ordway, 

Oronhyatehka, 

Edward Francis Baxter Orton, 

Ralph Osborne, 

Theodore Moody Osborne, 

Albert Augustus Osgood, 

Edward Lewis Osgood, 

Alfred Gideon Otis, 

E. A. Otis, 

John Grant. Otis, 
*i846 Stephen Franklin Otis, 

Waldemer Otis, 

James Schuyler Oviatt, 
* Virgil Louis Oviatt, 

Edward Livingston Owen, 

William Henry Owen, 



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Miami, 


1836. 


Miami, 


1862. 


Geneva, 


1865. 


Harvard, * 


1849. 


Miami, 


1847. 


Miami, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Union, 


1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Dartmouth, 


1852. 


Kenyon, 


1862. 


HamiUon. 


1848. 


Hudson, 


1866. 


Amherst, 


1871. 


Dartmouth, 


1871. 


Dart, and Brunonian, 


1867. 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Williams, 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Hudson, 


1867. 


Hudson, 


1851. 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Bowdoin, 


1851. 



* 



Abel Kingman Packard, 


Amherst, 


1845. 


*i842 George Washington Packard, 


Brunonian, 


1839. 


George P. Taft Padelford, 


Yale, 


1855. 


Caleb Alexander Page, 


Bowdoin, 


1870. 


Jesse William Page, 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 


W. W. Page, 


Miami, 


1857. 


Henry Falsom Paige, 


Miami, 


1839. 


Charles Goddard Paino, 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Albert George Paine, 


Amherst, 


1872. 


♦1858 George Burgess Paine, 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


John Alsop Paine, 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Lyman May Paine, 


Amherst, 


1872. 


Charles Myron Palmer, 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Charles Ray Palmer, 


Yale, 


1855. 


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Edward S. Palmer, 
George Harrison Palmer, 
Gideon Stetson Palmer, 
James Henry Palmer, 
Joshua Sears Palmer, 
Ray Palmer, 
T. R. B. Palmer. 

*i865 Edwin Henry Pancost, 
Charles Pardee, 
Charles Ware Park, 
E. B. Park, 
Robert Nathan Parke, 
Alonzo Ketcham Parker, 
Arthur Boyd Parker, 
Charles E. Parker, 
Ezra Knight Parker, 
Francis Edward Parker, 
Isaac Augustus Parker, 
Joseph Benjamin Parker, 

* Samuel W. Parker, 

— Tudor H. Parker, 

— Eli Weston Parkman, 
George Francis Parkman, 

— David Little Parmelee, 
Morton Shattuck Parmelee, 

— Uriah Nelson Parmelee, 
Samuel Parry, Jr., 
Benjamin Franklin Parsons, 
Charles Ashbel Parsons, 
George M. Parsons, 

— Lorenzo Parsons, 
Orrin Parsons, 
Theodore Stewart Parsons, 
William Parsons, 
Rufus Patch, 
William SulKvan Pattee, 
Joseph Hurlbut Patten, 
Albert H. Pattengill, 
Albert Mansfield Patterson, 
Franklin Bayard Patterson, 
George Herbert Patterson 
Henry Turner Patterson, 
Joab Nelson Patterson, 
Philo M. Patterson, 
Seely Benedict Patterson, 



Bowdoin, 


1849. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Bowdoin, 


• 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Yale, 


1837. 


Peninsular, 


1847. 


Rochester, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1854.' 


Amherst, 


1867. 


Amherst, 


1864. 


Geneva, 


1848. 


Rochester, 


1866. 


Miami, 


i860. 


Geneva, 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Miami, 


• 


Miami, 


1858. 


Middletown, 


1866. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Hamilton, 


1851. 


Williams, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Williams, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Miami, 


1837. 


Hamilton, 


1833 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1845. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Hudson, 


1841. 


Bowdoin, 


1871. 


Brunonian, 


1858. 


Peninsular, 


1869. 


Manhattan, 


1864. 


Manhattan, 


1867. 


Geneva, 


1858. 


Manhattan, 


1869. 


Dartmouth, 


i860. 


Geneva, 


1858. 


Manhattan, 


1864. 



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— Stephen Patterson, 
John Paul, 
Abraham Payne, 
Albert Bronson Payne, 
Lewis Payne, 
William Pryor Payne, 
George Payson, 
Gilbert Russell Payson, 
James Lewis Pearce, 
Luther Burr Pearsall, 
Edmund Morris Pease, 
Charles Henry Peck, 

1859 George Washington Peck, 

— Henry S. Peck, 
Hiram D. Peck, 
John Hyde Peck, 



* 



*i847 Linus Mead Peck, 

* Roscoe Peck, 

Tracy Peck, Jr., 
Whitman Peck, 
William Ball Peck, 
Joseph Peckham, 
William C. Peckham, 
Isaac Harwood Pedrick, 
George Jones Peet, 
Henry Johns Peet, 
Samuel W. Pegues, 
Edward Brooks Peirson, 
William Tilden Pelton, 
Abram Morris Pence, 
Edward Waldo Pendleton, 
William Pennington, 
Benjamin Franklin Penny, 
George Dana Boardman Pepper, 
Warren Richmond Perce, 

*i859 Jacob Perkins, 

* James Amory Perkins, 

* James H. Perkins, 

John Perkins, 
Robert Shaw Perkins, 

* Stephen George Perkins, 

Thomas Kinsman Perkins, 

*i854 William Perkins, 

William Rufus Perkins, 
Willard Humphrey Perley, 



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Urban, ' 1838. 

Dartmouth, 1847. 

Brunonian, 1840. 

Kenyon, 1861. 

Kenyon, 1858. 

Kenyon* 1863. 

Bowdoin, 1843. 

Harvard^ 1862. 

Harvard, 1863. 
Geneva and Dart., 1859-60. 

Amherst, 1854. 

Union, 1859. 

Brunonian, 1837. 

Alabama, 1855. 

Miami, 1862. 

Yale, 1863. 

Hamilton, 1841. 

Alabama, 1852. 

Yale, 1861. 

Yale, 1838. 

Yale, 1838. 

Amherst, 1837. 

Amherst, 1867. 

Peninsular, 1871. 

Kenyon, 1865. 

Kenyon, 1870. 

Alabama, 1856. 

Harvard, 1840. 

Williams, 1858. 

Miami, i860. 

Bowdoin, 1871. 

Yale, i860. 

Yale, 1858. 

Amherst, 1857. 

Brunonian, * 1865. 

Yale, 1842. 

Harvard, 1857. 

Miami, 1850. 

Yale, 1840. 

Harvard, 1864. 

Harvard, 1856. 

Hudson, 1870. 

Yale, 1840. 

Hudson, 1868. 

Bowdoin, 1869. 



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Henry Martyn Perrin, 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 


Arthur Latham Perry, 


Williams, 


1852. 


Charles Perry, 


Williams, 


1852. 


Edward A. Perry, 


Yale, 


1854. 


Elijah Perry, 


Brunonian, 


1852. 


Horatio Justus Perry, 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Amandon Manly Persons, 


Rochester, 


1866. 


De Witt Clinton Peters, 


Geneva, 


1851. 


*i856 Hugh Florian Peters, 


Yale, 


1849. 


John Andrew Peters, 


Yale, 


1842. 


Joseph Augustus Peters, 


Rochester, 


i860. 


Benjamin W. Pettibone, 


Amherst, 


i860. 


Ira Welch Pettibone, 


Amherst, 


1854. 


James Thomas Pettus, 


Manhattan, 


1869. 


E. A. Pharr, 


Alabama, 


1852 


* Austin A. PhjBlps, 


Amherst, 


1838 


Edwin Phelps, 


Dartmouth, 


1861. 


George Henry Phelps, 


Cornell, 


1871. 


Albert Phillips, 


Hamilton, 


1865. 


Delos Phillips, 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


George William Phillips, 


Harvard, 


1847. 


John Wyman Phillips, 


Bowdoin, 


1858. 


Sidney Alwood Phillips, 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Stephen Henry Phillips, 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Watson L. Phillips, 


Middletown, 


1872. 


Elihu Phinney, 


Yale, 


1846. 


Rufus Emerson Phinney, 


Peninsular, 


1871. 


Abner J. Phipps, 


Dartmouth, 


• 


John Henry Piatt, 


Yale, 


1855. 


John B. Gou^h Pidge, 


Brunonian, 


1866. 


Edward Henry Pierce, 


Rochester, 


1863. 


Edward Willard Pierce, 


Amherst, 


1859. 


Gardner Carpenter Pierce, 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


George Barron Pierce, 


Hudson, 


1851. 


♦1853 James Pierce, 


Harvard, 


1849. 


John Metcalf Pierce, 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


Thomas Wilson Pierce, 


Yale, 


1868. 


Isaac Pierson, 


Yale, 


1866. 


Stephen Condit Pierson, 


Yale, 


1864. 


Elijah H. Pilcher, 


Peninsular, 


1849. 


* Theodore R. Pinkney, ' 


Geneva, 


1864. 


Thomas Trezevant Plager, 


Yale, 


1870. 


Alfred Plant, 


Yale, 


1847. 


Frank William Plant, 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


*iS68 Charles Henry Piatt, 


Geneva, 


1839- 



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George Lewis Piatt, 
James Augustus Piatt, 
James E. Platter, 
Albert Hale Plumb, 
Albert Love Plummer, 
William R. Plunkett, 
*i859 Franklin La Fayette Plympton, 
Samuel Marsh Plympton, 
Chas. Edgar Poe, 
Samuel Thane Poinier, 
William Carey Poland, 

« 

Lemuel Strong Pomeroy, 
Theodore Medad Pomeroy, 
Benjamin Wisner Pond, 
Francis Metcalf Pond, 
William Frederic Poole, 
Charles Burnham Porter, 
David Gustavus Porter, 
Edward Griffin Porter, 
Emery Huntington Porter, 
George Loring Porter, 
Henry Kirke Porter, 
James William Porter, 
Lansing Porter, 

* Peter Augustus Porter, 

Benjamin P. Portis, 
Abner Post, 

*i862 Henry Albertson Post, 
Henry McClure Post, 
Hoyt Post, 
James Alexis Post, 
Alvah Kimball Potter, 
James Brown Mason Potter, 
Leander Hubbell Potter, 

♦— Walter McDuffie Potter, 
William James Potter, 
Thomas Stoughton Potwin, 
Frank Stewart Powell, 
Wilson Marcy Powell, 
Orville W. Powers, 
.Stephen Powers, 
Charles Henry Pratt, 
Charles Ransom Pratt, 
JElectus Abijah Pratt, 

* George Pratt, 



Geneva, 


1841. 


Hamilton, 


1835. 


Miami, 


1867. 


Brunonian, 


1855. 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Hudson, 


1864. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Brunonian, 


1868. 


Hamilton, 


1835. 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Brunonian, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1858. 


Brunonian, 


1866. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Brunonian, 


i860. 


Cumberland, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Manhattan, 


1855. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Dartmomh, 


1862. 


Brunonian, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1851. 


Miami, 


1864. 


Union, 


1859. 


Middletown, 


1856. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1855. 



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George H. Pratt, 
Henry Andrews Pratt, 

— Henry Foster Pratt, 

— James Pepper Pratt, 
John W. Pratt, 

*i863 Joseph Porter Pratt, 
Seth Parsons Pratt, 
Theodore C. Pratt, 
James Willard Preston, 
Sylvester Slack Preston, 
Samuel Harrison Price, 

♦1858 Sylvanus Chickering Priest, 
Morris W. Prime, 
Morris Watson Prince, 
Joseph Addison Prindle, 
Edward J. Pringle, 
Peter Van Schaack Pruyn, 
George E. Pugh, 
-— Jordan A. Pugh, 

— James Henry Pullman, 
John Wesley Pulman, 
Joseph Pullman, 

— Charles Thomas Purnell, 
Arthur Alwyn Putnam, 
Daniel Putnam, 
George Putnam, 
James Osborn Putnam, 
Joseph Robie Putnam, 



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Amherst. 


1864. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Dartmouth, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Brunonian, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Harvard, 


1845. 


Union, 


i860. 


Miami, 


1840. 


Miami, 


I851. 


Manhattan, 


1861. 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Dartmouth, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Harvard, 


1854. 


Hamilton, 


1883. 


Williams, 


1838. 



Charles Quarles, 


Peninsular, 


1868. 


Joseph Very Quarles, 


Peninsular, 


1866. 


William Emory Quimby, 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


Henry Parker Quincy, 


Harvard, 


1862. 



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Charles Arthur Rand, 
Stephen Rand, Jr., 
Francis Huntington Rankin, 
*i86o Robert Rankin, 

Arthur Barker Rathbun, 



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Yale, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Dartmouth, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1845. 


Rochester, 


1859. 



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John Richards, 
Jonathan £. Richards, 
David Plunkett Richardson, 
Henry Bullard Richardson, 
James Bailey Richardson, 
John Kendall Richardson, 
Robert Mark Richardson, 

*i852 Wm. Henry Harrison Richardson, 
Warren Elias Richmond, 
John Wallace Riddle, 
Warren Bradley Riggs, 
Henry Augustus Riley, 
Franklin S. Rising, 
Thomas Gardiner Ritch, 
Aaron Rittenhouse, 
John Hunter Robb, 
Edward C. Robbins, 
George Appleton Robbins, 
Nathaniel Augustus Robbins, 
Thomas Hamlin Robbins, 
Frederick Robert, 
Albert Backus Roberts, 
Charles Roberts, 
Ellis Henry Roberts, 
John Sinclair Roberts, 
William Jay Roberts, 

♦ Thomas Rodman Robeson, 

William Rotch Robeson, 
Joseph Emerson Robins, 
Charles Robinson, 
David C. Robinson, 
Franklin Marvin Robinson, 
Norman Robinson, 
Otis Hall Robinson, 
William Robinson, 
William Mason Robinson, 

♦1850 William Willshire Robinson, 
John B. Roby, 

Thomas Fortescue Rochester, 
Alphonso David Rockwell, 
Frank W. Rockwell, 
Frank Williams Rockwell, 
Lewis H. Rockwell, 
Joel Edson Rockwell, 
Robert Campbell Rockwell, 



Peninsular, 


1857. 


Middletown, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1869. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Amherst, 


1869. 


Hamilton, 


1843. 


Dartmouth, 


1850. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1859- 


Yale, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Manhattan, 


1856. 


Yale^ 


1854. 


Middletown, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Yale, 


i868. 


Manhattan. 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1850. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Yale, . 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Harvard, 


1864. 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Union, 


1865. 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 


Rochester, 


1854. 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Miami, 


1870. 


Geneva, 


1845. 


Kenyon, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1865. 


Amherst, 


1868. 


Union, 


1865. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Amherst, 


1871. 



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Charles Greene Rockwood, 
Samuel Andrews Rodgers, 
Thomas R. Rodman, 
William Roe, 
Alfred Seelye Roe, 
Andrew Roe, 
Alexander H. Rogers, 
Ebenezer P. Rogers, 
Edward Ashton Rollins, 
Benjamin Romaine, 
William Romer, 

*i855 Henry Dwight Root, 
Oren Root. 
John Codman Ropes, 

* Henry Ropes, 

William Ladd Ropes, 
Antony J. B. Ross, 
Jasper S. Ross, 
John Alexander Ross, 
Jonathan Ross, 
Morris Morris Ross, 

* Francis Morgan Rotch, 

George Carr Round, 
John Emory Round, 
Robert J. Round, 
George Howard M. Rowe, 
Lyman Sibley Rowland, 
William Leonard Rowland, 
Henry Kirke Rowley, 
Clark Esek King Royce, 
Charles Henry Roys, 
George Edward Roys, 
Edwin Rush Ruggles, 
Edwin Russell, 
James Matson Russell, 
Julius William Russell, 
Julius William Russell, 
Thomas Hastings Russell, 
William Goodwin Russell, 



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Francis Wallingford Sabine, 
Darius Parmalee Sackett, 

i2 



Yale. ■ 


1864. 


Cumberland, 


1858. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Middletown, 


1855. 


Middletown, 


1870. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Geneva, 


1857. 


Columbia, 


1840. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Columbia, 


1838. 


Middletown, 


1&58. 


Amherst, 


1852. 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1846. 


Geneva, 


1866. 


Williams, 


1868, 


Yale, 


1870. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Cornell, 


1870. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Middletown, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1855. 


Middletown, 


1872. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Peninsular, 


1864. 


Williams, 


1859. 


Hamilton, 


1861. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Union, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Middletown, 


1868. 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Harvard, 


1840. 




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Bowdoin, 1859. 

Hudson and Yale, 1865-6. 




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Charles Webb Sadler, 


Kenyon, 


1869. 


George Blagdon Saiford, 


Yale, 


1852. 


Adoniram Judson Sage, 


Rochester, 


i860. 


Edward Oren Sage, 


Rochester, 


1853. 


Samuel Wilder Salisbury, 


Geneva, 


1849. 


Almon Sampson, 


Hudson, 


1849. 


George Whitfield Samson, 


Brunonian, 


1839. 


Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Henry C. Sanborn, 


Union, 


1863. 


John Jay Sanborn, 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


William H. Sanborn, 


Union, 


1863. 


George Anthony Sanders, 


Williams, 


1861. 


John Chapin Sanders, 


Yale, 


1854. 


*i853 Randolph De Forest Sanders, 


Hamilton, 


1849. 


James Augustus Sanderson, 


Dartmouth, 


1859. 


Baalis Sanford, 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Charles Frederick Sanford, 


Yale, 


1847. 


Elliot Sanford, 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Henry Seymour Sanford, 


Yale, 


1852. 


John Elliott Sanford, 


Amherst, 


1851. 


Richard Kingsbury Sanford, 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Wilbur Fisk Sanford, 


Middletown, 


1866. 


William Fiske Sanford, 


Bowdoin, 


1871. 


James Henry Sands, 


Yale, 


1870. 


Walter Seabury Sands, 


Miami, 


1858. 


Edwin Francis Sandys, 


Yale, 


1857. 


Simon Greenleaf Sanger, 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Roger Moses Sargent, 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 


Eugene Hudnut Satterlee, 


Rochester, 


1867. 


Thomas Edward Satterthwaite, 


Yale, 


1864. 


William Davis Saunders, 


Hudson, 


1845. 


Edward Savage, 


Dartmouth, 


i860. 


James M. Savage, 


Rochester, 


1852. 


James Woodruff Savage, 


Harvard, 


1847. 


Henry M. Saville, 


Amherst, 


1856. 


♦— Juan Bantiata Saviol, 


Bowdoin, 


1865. 


Artemus Wyman Sawyer, 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Everett Reuben Sawyer, 


Union, 


i860. 


French Albert Sawyer, 


Middletown, 


i860. 


George Carlton Sawyer, 


Harvard, 


1855. 


Joel Swain Sawyer, 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Joseph H. Sawyer, 


Amherst, 


1865. 


Warren G. Sayer, 


Union, 


1865. 


John Sayles, 


Hamilton, 


1844. 


Frank H. Saylor, 


Amherst, 


1865. 



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• 


269 


• 


1 
1 


John Riner Saylor, 


Miami, 


i860. 








Milton Saylor, 


Miami, 


1852. 








Nelson Saylor, 


Miami, 


1857. 




% 




Lauriston Livingston Scaife, 


Yale, 


1870. 








Charles Woodman Scates, 


Harvard, 


1838. 








Francis Ritter Schmucker, 


Yale, 


1 861. 








James Henry Schneider, 


Yale, 


i860. 


1 






Guy Bryan Schott, 


Yale, 


184I. 








Charles Brother Schuyler, 


Geneva, 


1862. 








Glenni William Scofield, 


Hamilton, 


1840. 








James V. Scofield, 


Rochester, 


1852. 








Eben Greenough Scott, 


Yale, 


' 1858. 








Joseph Higley Scott, 


Hudson, 


1846, 








Samuel P. Scott, 


Miami, 


1866. 




* 




Frederick Scoville, 


Hamilton, 


1858. 








Samuel Scoville, 


Yale, 


1857. 








Ezekiel Carman Scudder, 


Hudson, 


1850. 




[ 




Jared Waterbury Scudder, 


Hudson, 


1850. 








James Alfred Seaman, 


Manhattan, 


1859. 








Samuel Edmund Seaman, 


Manhattan, 


1867. 








Dayton Wycoff Searle, 


Manhattan, 


1855. 








* Charles Henry Sears, 


Union, 


1859. 




' 




Philip Howe Sears, 


Harvard, 


1844. 








♦ William H. Seaver, 


Geneva, 


1856. 








Arthur George Sedgwick, 


Harvard, 


1864. 




1 




* Charles Sedgwick, Jr., 


Harvard, 


184I. 








George Stanley Sedgwick, 


Yale, 


1869. 








Henry Dwight Sedgwick, 


Harvard, 


1843. 








Henry Maurice Seely, 


Yale, 


1837. 








Raymond Hoyt Seely, 


Urban, 


1839. 








Samuel Taylor Seelye, 


Hudson, 


1843. 








John S. Seibold, 


Yale, 


1857. 






* 


Edward Humphrey Semple, 


Yale, 


1864. 








Frank Sewall, 


Bowdoin, 


1858. 








John Smyth Sewall, 


Bowdoin, 


1850. 








Jotham Bradbury Sewall, 


Bowdoin, 


1848. 








Clarence Armstrong Seward, 


Geneva, 


1848. 








*i859 Frederick Dwight Seward, 


Hamilton, 


1858. 








Frederick W. Seward, 


Union, 


1867. 








Charles Seymour, 


Hudson, 


1864. 








Henry Hale Seymour, 


Cornell, 


1871. 








Nathan Perkins Se)anour, 


Hudson, 


• 








Storrs Ozias Seymour, 


Yale, 


1857. 








Thomas Day Seymour, 


Hudson, 


1870. 




t 


±. 


Hiram C. Sexton, 


Middletown, 


1862. 


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amm^m^'^fm^m 



Alpha Delta Pht. 



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John Cockerille Shackleford, 

Jacob H. Sharp, 

Edgar Sharpe, 

Augustus Chesterman Shaw, 

♦1859 Donald Shaw, 

*i85i Joseph Coolidgei Shaw, 
Samuel Savage Shaw, 
Elijah C. Shattuck, 
George Otis Shattuck, 
Allen R. Shay, 
Theodore R. Shear, 
James George Shedd, 
Charles Stuart Sheldon, 
Edward Allen Sheldon, 
George Preston Sheldon, 
Isaac Esluck Sheldon, 
Rufus Sheldon, 
Winthrop Dudley Sheldon, 
William Roumage Shelton, 
Lucius Adelno Sherman, 
Rogers Minot Sherman, 
Charles Sherwood, 

♦1841 Joseph Sackett Sherwood, 
Edward Olcott Shepard, 
Charles Lord Shepard, 
Lorenzo Brigham Shepard, 
Luther Dimmick Shepard, 
Hiram Pliny Shepard, 
Thomas Shepard, 
William Frank Shepard, 
Daniel Shepard son, 
Daniel Shepardson, 
Joseph Holcomb Sheppard, 
Theodore Warren Sheppard, 
George K. Shiel, 
George Shiras, 
Nathaniel Shipman 
James Oliver Shiras, 
Arthur Shirley, 
Lazarus Denison Shoemaker, 

* Frank Howard Shorey, 

Daniel Lewis Shorey, 
Eli Sims Shorter, 
John William Showalter, 
Stacey Biddle Shreve, 



Yale, 


1854. 


Alabama, 


1853. 


Kenyon, 


1863. 


Rochester, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Harvard, 


1840. 


Harvard, 


1853. 


Amherst, 


1850. 


Harvard, 


1851. 


Middletown, 


1872. 


Union, 


1868. 


Hudson, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1848. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Rochester, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1871. 


Manhattan, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1872. 


Hamilton, 


1840. 


Amherst, 


i860. 


Bowdoin, 


1871. 


Manhattan, 


1869. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Middletown, 


1858. 


Bowdoin, 


1865. 


Bowdoin, 


186S. 


Brunonian, 


1841. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Rochester, 


1865. 


Rochester, 


i860. 


Miami, 


184J?. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1848. 


Miami, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1840. 


Dartm. and Harvard, 


1858. 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1865. 



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Bernard Shult6, 
Andrew Shuman, ' 
George Shuman, 
Charles Albert Siebert, 
Henry Ward Siglar, 
George Griswold Sill, 
John Mahlem Berry Sill, 
Charles Francis Simmons, 
Henry Martyn Simmons, 
Fred. Julian Simmons, 
John Wesley Simonds, 
Bartholomew Skaats, 
John Parker Skeele, 
Frank Lewis Skeels, 
Charles Patterson Skinner, 
John Augustus Skinner, 
John Warburton Skinner, 
James Avery Skinner, 
Frederick Jarvis Slade, 
Horatio Nelson Slater, Jr., 
William James Slauson, 
Edward Reed Slawson, 
Charles Bohn Slingluff, 
Henry King Sloan, 
George Washburn Smalley, 
William V. Smeltzer, 
Albert Bruttles Smith, 
Albert Dodge Smith, 
Albert S^ Smith, 
Alfred Nathan Smith, 
Benjamin Hale Smith, 
Bentley Howard Smith, 
Charles Edward Smith, 
Charles Fuller Smith, 
Charles Henry Smith, 
Charles Henry Smith, 
Charles Josiah Smith, 
Curtis B. M. Smith, 
Daniel L. Smith, 
Edwin Everett Smith, 
Eustace Ballard Smith, 
Francis Ashbury Smith, 
Freling H. Smith, 
George H. Smith, 
Harris Elias Smith, 



Kenyon, 


1870. 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1872. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Peninsular, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1841. 


Hamilton, 


1864. 


Peninsular, 


1866. 


Bowdoin, 


1854. 


Geneva, 


1845. 


Bowdoin, 


1845. 


Yale, 


1867. 


Hamilton, 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Manhattan, 


1861. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Manhattan, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Kenyon, 


1871 


Manhattan, 


1862. 


Union, 


1870. 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


Brunonian, 


1857. 


Amherst, 


1851. 


Rochester, 


i860. 


Amherst, 


1838. 


Geneva, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Hudson, 


1870. 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Union, 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1868. 


Dartmouth, 


1870. 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Union, 


1865. 


Geneva, 


1848. 


Hudson, 


1865. 



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272 



Jlpka Delta Phi. 



^ 



Hamilton L. Smith, 

Haydn Kellogg Smith, 

Henry B. Smith, 

Henry Daniel Smith, 

Henry LeWis Smith, 

Henry Walworth Smith, 

Herbert EQgar Smith, 

Horace Payson Smith, 
* Horatio Fox Smith, 

Howard Smith, 

Iram Nelson Smith, 

Isaac E. Smith, 

Isaac William Smith, 

Jeremiah Smith, 
*i853 John Adams Smith, 

John Byington Smith, 

John Donnell Smith, 
*i843 John Finley Smith, 

Joseph Few Smith, 
♦ J. Wheaton Smith, 

Kirby Smith, 

*i866 Levi Ward Smith, 

« 

Nathaniel Smith, 
Robert C. Smith, 
Robert Clinton Smith, 

* Samuel Abbot Smith, 

Samuel M. Smith, 
Sidney Ketchum Smith, 
Sutherland Douglass Smith, 
S. Mitchell Smith, 
Thomas Snell Smith, 
Vincent Henry Smith, 
Walter Buchanan Smith, 

♦ Walter Herbert Smith, 

Wilder Smith, 

*i850 William Smith, 

William Henry L. Smith, 

* William Penn Smith, 

Winfield Smith, 
Richard Edward Smyth, 
- George Harvey Snell, 
Benjamin Bradford Snow, 
Benjamin Galen Snow, 
Charles Henry Boylston Snow, 
Cyrus A. Snow, 



♦_ 



Kenyon, 


• 


Yale, 


1858, 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 


Peninsular, 


1864. ' 


Union, 


i860. 


Rochester, 


1856. 


Manhattan, 


1871. 


Amherst, 


1854. 


Bowdoin, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Brunonian, 


1868. 


Middletown, 


1863. 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 


Rochester, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1847. 


Hamilton, 


1834. 


Yale, 


1840. 


Middletown, 


1857. 


Miami, 


1869. 


Hamilton and Yale, 


1838-9. 


Yale, 


1854. 


Miami, 


1837. 


Kenyon, 


1859. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Miami, 


1836. 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Miami, 


1869. 


Amherst, 


1866. 


Amherst, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Yale,' 


1863. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1844. 


Dartmouth, 


1845. 


Geneva, 


1864. 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1866. 


Bowdoin, 


1850. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Williams, 


1846. 


Harvard, 


1844. 


Williams, 


1855. 



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Miami, 
Miami, 


en, 


Rochester, 




Middleiown, 


errillc. 


Alabama, 


le, 


Harrard, 


lie. 


Harvard, 




Geneva, 


Souiter. 




Sovrdon, 


Harvard, 


Spailts. 


Yale, 


)g. 




auldmK. 


Geneva, 


drng. 


Dartmouth, 




Hudson, 




Miami. 


incer. 


Dartmouth, 


cer. 


Miami, 




Hamilton. 


>encer. 


Rochester, 


cer, 


Amheisi, 


cer, 


Geneva, 


ncer. 


Hamilton, 


t, 


Brunoniao, 




Alabama, 


brd. 


Amherst, 




Williams, 


rue, 


Yale. 




Union, 




Bowdoin, 


jonn itiomas sprigs, 


Hamilton, 


Frank Aslibuiy Springer, 


Middleiown, 


Waison Carvosso Squire, 


Middletown 


Henry Taylor Slaats, 


Middletown 


George Dallas Siackpole. 




John Thomas Stanley, 


Bowdoin, 


Gustavus Adolphus Stanley, 


Bowdoin, 


William Stanley, 


Yale. 


Benjamin Stanton, 


Bowdoin, 


George F. Stanton, 


Amherst, 


Horace C. Stanton, 


Union, 


Robert Brewster Stanton, 


Miami, 


Edward Stanwood, 


Bowdoin, 


HimUton Barclay Staples, 




Isaac W. Slarbird, 


Bowdoin, 







i8ji. 
ig48. 



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274 



Jlj)ka Delia Phi. 



^ 



John Armitage Staunton, 
Benjamin F. Stead, 
Charles Cummings Stearns, 
Horatio Stebbins, 
Milan Cyrus Stebbins, 
Henry Thornton Steele, 
John J. Steele, 
Robert W. Steele, 
Samuel Frank Steele, 
William Henry Steele, 
Schuyler Bliss Steere, 
William Henry Stelle, 

* Francis Norton Sterling, 

John William Sterling, 
Francis Lynde Stetson, 
John G. Stetson, 
Edward Oliver Stevens, 
George S. Stevens, 
Henry Augustus Stevens, 
Herbert Joel Stevens, 
John Sanborn Stevens, 
Homer Bemis Stevens, 
William Bacon Stevens, 

* William Crosby Stevens, 

Oliver P. Steves, 

*i859 Benjamin David Stewart, 
Charles Stewart, 
James Stewart, 
James £. Stewart, 
Morse Stewart, 
Samuel Barrett Stewart, 
John Buffington Stickney, 

♦1856 Franklin Osgood Stiles, 
Samuel Martin Stiles, 
William Augustus Stiles, 
Charles Janeway Stille, 
Henry Mandeville Stille, 
Henry Smith Stockbridge, 
Abner Chase Stocking, 
Charles Henry Stocking, 
Gilbert Miles Stocking, 
William Stocking, 

*i857 David Tappan Stoddard, 
O. N. Stoddard, 
William Osborn Stoddard, 



Geneva, 


1858. 


Urban, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1872. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Amherst, 


1851. 


Yale, 


1846. 


Alabama, 


1858. 


Miami, 


1840. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1858. 


Hamilton, 


1855. 


Rochester, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Williams, 


1867. 


Bowdoin, 


1854. 


Brunonian, 


1 861. 


Union, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1857. 


Middletown, 


1866. 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 


Williams. 


1857. 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Union, 


1866. 


Union, 


1862. 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Miami, 


1847. 


Hamilton, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1847. 


Geneva, 


1840. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Middletown, 


i860. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1839. 


Yale, 


1864. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Bowdoin, 


1857. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Yale, 


1838. 


Miami, 


1837. 


Rochester, 


1858. 



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Index. 




275 




Harry Shelby Stokes, 

James Frazer Stokes, 

William Campbell Stokes, 

Edward Collins Stone, 

Henry Dwight Stone, 

James Farrar Stone, 

* Timothy Porter Stone, 

* William P. Stone, 

Azariah Smith Storm, 

Henry E. Storrs, 
*i852 Henry Lemuel Storrs, 

Henry Martyn Storrs, 

Melancthon Storrs, 

Richard Salter Storrs, Jr., 

Richard Salter Storrs, 

George B. St. John, 
* Rufus Hawley St. John, 

Samuel St. John, 

Samuel Benedict St. John, 

Byron Gray Stoutt, 

Joseph William Storer, 

William W. Stow, 

Timothy Stowe, 

Daniel Calvin Stowell, 

Charles Nelson Stowers, 

David J. Strain, 

Alfred B. Street, 

Thomas Adkins Street, 

Alonzo P. A. Strong, 

George Templeton Strong, 

Henry Strong, 

Henry Strong, 

Horace Lapham Strong, 

Myron Hopkins Strong, 

Sidney Strong, 

Sylvester Emory Strong, 

Edward Whittlesey Stuart, 

George Stuart, 
*i856 Julius Walker Stuart, 

Charles Huston Sturdevant, 

David Brainard Sturges, 

Stephen Buckingham Sturges, 
*i859 Wilson Sturges, 

Appleton Sturgis, 
*i864 Edward Sturgis, 

k3 



Amherst, 


1871. 


Amherst, 


1867. 


Amherst, 


1869. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1844. 


Williams, 


1 861. 


Amherst, 


1862. 


Amherst, 


1864 


Williams, 


1870. 


Amherst, 


1864. 


Hamilton, 


1833. 


Amherst, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1852. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Amherst, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1856. 


Hudson, 


1843. 


Hudson, 


• 


Yale, 


1866. 


Peninsular, 


1851. 


Middletown, 


1867. 


Hamilton, 


1850. 


Amherst, 


1847. 


Yale. 


1868. 


Middletown, 


i860. 


Miami, 


1856. 


Hamilton, 


1843. 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Union, 


1864. 


Columbia, 


1838. 


Peninsular, 


1854. 


Rochester, 


1854. 


Rochester, 


1867. 


Rochester, 


1858. 


Hudson, 


1863. 


Middletown, 


i860. 


Hudson, 


1862. 


Yale. 


1S55. 


Harvard, 


1849. 


Geneva, 


1869. 


Peninsular, 


1862. 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Geneva, 


1855. 


Manhattan, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1865. 




% 



276 



Alpha 'Delta Phi. 



w'h 



John Irving Sturgis, 
Russell Sturgis, Jr., 
Algernon Sidney Sullivan, 
Charles Edward Sumner, 

*i852 George Sumner, Jr., 
John L. Sutherland, 

♦1852 Joseph Walworth Sutphen, 
Vung Pian Suvoong, 
John H. Swaby, 
William Fellows Swain, 
Charles Edward Swan, 

* George Swan, 

Richard Wenman Swan, 
Arthur Swazey, 
Samuel Sweetser, 
Henry Adoniram Swift, 
William H. Swift, 
David Swing, 
James Oswald Swinney, 
Frederic James Syme, 



Bowdoin, 


1868. 


Manhattan, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1845. 


Yale, 


1863. 


Amherst, 


1839. 


Genev^, 


1849. 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Kenyon, 


1867. 


Geneva, 


1852. 


Dartmouth, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Miami, 


1839. 


Harvard, 


1842. 


Bowdoin 


1844. 


Manhattan, 


1864. 


Hudson, 


1842. 


Williams, 


1863. 


Miami, 


1852. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1870. 



?■ 



^ 



William Henry Tabb, 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Sylvenus Adin Taft, 


Peninsular, 


1852. 


Henry Ellsworth Taintor, 


Yale, 


1865. 


Thomas Hammond Talbot, 


Bowdoin, 


1846. 


John Butler Talcott, 


Yale, 


1846. 


Thomas Grosvenor Talcott, 


Yale, 


1838. 


William Talcott, Jr., 


Williams, 


1865. 


Henry Pearl Talmadge, 


Manhattan, 


1867. 


Albert Peter Tallman, 


Hudson, 


1866. 


Charles Huston Tallman, 


Hudson, 


1871, 


Thomas L. Winthrop Tap pan. 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


H. Sumner Tarbell, 


Middletown, 


1859. 


Increase Niles Tarbox, 


Yale, 


1839. 


Luther Goulding Tarbox, 


Yale, 


1853. 


Joseph Tabor Tatum, 


Yale, 


1859. 


Albert Judson Taylor, 


Rochester, 


1864. 


Alfred Judd Taylor, 


Yale. 


1859. 


Charles A. Taylor, 


Yale, 


1850. 


Charles Herbert Taylor, 


Rochester, 


- 1870. 


Cornelius H. Taylor, 


Hudson, 


1846. 




" 



^ 



Index. 




277 



1 
1 


Edwin Taylor, 


Peninsular, 


1869. 


p 


Frank M. Taylor, 


Cornell, 


1872. 




George Harvey Taylor, 


Dartmouth, 


1862. 




Horace Sedgwick Taylor, 


Hudson, 


1840. 




Horace W. Taylor, 


Amherst, 


1848. 




Hugh Woodruff Taylor, 


Geneva, 


1859. 




Jacob Edwin Taylor, 


Dartmouth, 


1855. 




James Monroe Taylor, 


Rochester, 


1868. 




James Wickes Taylor, 


Hamilton, 


1838. 




Martin Taylor, 


Peninsular, 


1852. 




Richard Taylor, 


Yale, 


1845. 


* 


Robert Eveleigh Taylor, 


Yale, 


1854. 




Stephen Gale Taylor, 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 




*i853 Sylvenus Aldrich Taylor, 


Hamilton, 


1855. 




William Taylor, 


Miami, 


1856. 


1 


William Howell Taylor, 


Yale, 


1855. 


' 


William Watts Taylor, 


Kenyon, 


1864. 


1 


Zachary Philo Taylor, 


Rochester, 


1869. 




Gilbert Charles Tebbitts, 


Bowdoin, 


1851. 




* Charles L. Telford, 


Miami, 


1836. 




Jackson Temple, 


Williams, 


1851. 




John Baylor Temple, 


Miami, 


1836. 




Albert Francis Tenney, 


Amherst, 


1869. 




Alvan Tenney, 


Hamilton, 


1849. 




Edward Tenney, 


Peninsular, 


1848. 




George Tenney, 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 




Henry Taylor Terry, 


Yale, 


1869. 




Ira Cole Terry, 


Hudson, 


1861. 




Theodore J. O. Thatcher, 


Union, 


1869. 




Heniy Wolcott Thayer, 


Yale, 


1862. 




James Brtidley Thayer, 


Harvard, 


1862. 




James Smith Thayer, 


Amherst, 


1838. 




Rufus Hill Thayer. 


Peninsuliar, 


1870. 




*i864 William Sidney Thayer, 


Harvard, 


1850. 




Alfred Addison Thomas, 


Miami, 


1867. 




Alfred A. Thomas, 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 




Joseph B. Thomas, 


Middletown, 


1870. 




Oscar Frederic Thomas, 


Rochester, 


1866. 




Walter Scott Thomas, 


Miami, 


i860. 




*— William Irving Thomas, Jf,, 


Miami, 


I862. 




Albert Henry Thompson, 


Amherst, 


1S72. 




*i86o Amherst Lord Thompson, 


Amherst, 


1856. 




Charles Oliver Thompson, 


Dartmouth, 


1858. 


t 


Frederic Stanley Thompson, 


Yale, 


1866. 


e 


George Louis Thompson, 

^ 


Middletown, 


1864. 



#fe 



278 Jlfha Delia Phi. 




Harvard, 


Jacob Hill Thompson, 


Bowdoin, 




Amherst, 


Joseph Parish Thompson, 


Yale, 


William Augustus Thompson, 


Dartmouth. 


Alexander McAllister Thorburn 


Union, 


William Thotndike, 


Harvard, 


Joseph B. Thornton, 


Alabama, 


Joseph L. Thornton, 


Miami, 


Wallace Waller Thorpe, 




Charles Woodbury Thrasher. 


Dartmouth, 


AlmonU. Thresher, 


Amherst, 


Charles A. Gardner Thurston, 


Brunonian. 


John Deshon Thurston, 


Brunonian, 


Thomas Gairdner Thurston. 


Yale. 


Francis Tiffany, 


Harvard, 


George Peabody Tiflany, 


Harvard. 


John Boies Tileston, 


Harvard, 


George Phillips Tindall, 


Peninsular, 


•1849 James White Tindall, 


Peninsular, 


James H. Tinkham, 


Geneva, 


Joseph Titcomb, 




J. Augustus Titus, 


Amherst, 


Salathiel Harrison Tobey, 


Yale, 


Adam Henry Todd, 


Rochester, 


James Russell Tolbert, 


Cumberland, 


Henry Tompkins, 


Hamilton, 


* Truman Tomson. 


Amherst, 


Joseph Lybtant Topham, 


Middlelown, 


Robert Noxon Toppan, 


Amherst, 


Jared Sidney Torrance, 


Hamilton, 


David Torrey, 


Amherst. 


Samuel Holden Torrey, 


Geneva, 


Francis Emory Tower, 


Amherst. 


Geo^e Makepeace Towie, 


Vale. 


John Dempster Town. 


Peninsular, 


Edward S. Towne, 


Amherst. 


Charles Town send, 


Vale, 


Emory Town send, 


Urban, 


William Townsend, 


Yale, 


James H. Townshend, 


Hudson, 


Charles White Tozer 


Peninsular, 


Charles Edward Tracy, 


Manhattan, 


George H. Tracy, 


Middletown, 


Gorham Train, 


Amherst, 



1837- 

1871. 



% 



Index. 



■iS 



V9 





Charles Hooper Trask, 


Yale, 


1846. 




Samuel Trask, 


Bowdoin, 


1842. 




John H. Traynham, 


Yale, 


1869. 




Levi Penfield Tread well, 


Yale, 


1862. 




Alfred Otis Treat, 


Williams, 


1863. 




Charles Russell Treat, 


Williams, 


1863. 




Henry Edwin Tremain, 


Manhattan, 


i860. 




Matthew Trimble, 


Kenyon, 


i860. 




James Matthews Trippe, 


Manhattan, 


1862. 




Tillman Conklin Trowbridge, 


Peninsular, 


1852. 




Charles R. Truesdale, 


Hudson, 


^871. 




Washington Benson Trull, 


Brunonian, 


1861. 




Franklin Trumps, 


Yale, 


1867. 




John Fobes Tryon, 


Rochester, 


1863. 




John Ireland Tucker, 


Columbia, 


1837. 




William Lawrence Tucker, 


Harvard, 


1865. 




Henry Martyn Tupper, 


Yale, 


1850. 




James Brainerd Taylor Tupper. 


Williams, 


1861. 




Buford Turyman, 


Kenyon, 


1863. 




Moses Hubbard Tuttle, 


Yale, 


1863. 




William H. H. Tuttle, 


Williams, 


1872. 




James Fisher Tweedy, 


Peninsular, 


1870. 




Samuel Tweedy, 


Yale, 


1868. 




Kinsley Twining, 


Yale, 


1853. 




Horatio Nelson Twombly, 


Dartmouth, 


1854. 




Albert A. Tyler, 


Middletown, 


1869. 




Edwin Tyler, 


Yale, 


1848. 




Morris Frank Tyler, 


Yale, 


1870. 




Moses Coit Tyler, 


Peninsular and Yale, 


1856-7. 



F 



Edwin Fuller Uhle, 
*i855 George Richard Underbill, 
*i862 John Winn Underbill, 
Amos Underwood, Jr., 
*i859 George Underwood, 
J. Piatt Underwood, 
John Curtis Underwood, 
♦1848 Albert Gallatin Upham, 
Harlan Page Ustick, 
Henry Munson Utley, 



Peninsular, 


1862. 


Dartmouth, 


1847. 


Amherst, 


1854. 


Hamilton, 


1847. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Hamilton, 


1870. 


Hamilton, 


1832. 


Bowdoin, 


1840. 


Miami, 


1870. 


Peninsular, 


1861. 



m 



^ 




28o 



Alpha Delta Phi, 



^ 



r 



Charles Delamater Vail, 

Isaac Van Ausdall, 

William Henry Van Antwerp, 

William Henry Van Arsdale, 

James Lyman Van Buren, 

Calvin F. Vance, 

John R, Vance, 

John Vanderbilt, Jr., 

J. M. Vanderpool, 

David Newland Vanderveer, 

Augustus Coe Van Duyn, 

Calvin Van Guy. 

A. Rhodes Van Nostrand, 

Jacob Van Nostrand, 

Daniel C. Van Norman, 

William Haynes Van Ostrand, 

Cornelius Van Schaack, 

Stephen Wilson Van Schaick, 

James Van Voast, 

Joseph Bradley Varnum, 

Cornelius Verbryck, 

John Winthrop Vernon, 

Thomas Vernon, 

James Patterson Viele, 

George Philemon Vorheis, 

Robert Stevenson Voorhies, 

Frank Vose, 



Geneva, 


1859. 


Miami, 


1842. 


Geneva, 


1858. 


Manhattan, 


1865. 


Manhattan, 


1856. 


Miami, 


1841. 


Kenyon, 


1862. 


Columbia, 


1837. 


Harvard, 


1861. 


Union, 


1863. 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Cumberland, 


i860. 


Urban, 


1836. 


Urban, 


1838. 


Hamilton, 


1838. 


Hamilton, 


1 870. 


Geneva, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


1869. 


Geneva, 


1868. 


Yale, 


1838. 


Urban, 


1837. 


Brunonian, 


1854. 


Brunonian. 


1854. 


Union, 


1861. 


Peninsular, 


1872. 


Miami, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1847. 



Y- 



Nicholas K. Wade, 
Albra Wadleigh, 
Barnet Wager, 
George Henry Waggoner, 
Edward Tinker Waite, 
George White Waite, 
Leander Elmer Wakefield, 
*i854 Edward Walden, 

* Augustus Walker, 

Charles Irish Walker, 
* Joseph Knox Walker, 



Geneva, 


1843. 


Harvard, 


1854. 


Union, 


1866. 


Hamilton, 


1867. 


Yale, 


1869. 


Amherst, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1853. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


Yale, 


1838. 







r 



f& 



% 



282 



Jlpka Delta Phi 



fg 



Edward Sayle Watterson, 
Henry Robert Watterson, 
Herbert H. Weakley, 
John Andrews Webb, 
Seth Webb. 
William Henry Webb, 
Edwin Lester Webber, 
Charles Edwin Webster, 
Francis Willard Webster, 
George Webster, 
♦1859 Horace Webster, Jr., 
Horace Webster, 
John Calvin Webster, 
Simeon Perry Webster, 
Joseph Rowe Webster, 
Harvey Augustus Weed, 
Augustus Whitney Weeks, 
Asa Weeks, 
Henry Astor Weeks, 
John William Weeks, 
John Shelley Weinberger, 
Erastus Hay Weiser, 
Adonijah S. Welch, 
Henry Kirk White Welch, 
Pierce Noble Welch, 
Richard Harding Weld. 
Stephen Minot Weld, 
Samuel Russell Welles, 
Charles Leonard Wells, 
Edward Randolph Wells, 
George Wells, 
George Huntington Wells, 
Henry Charles Wells, 
John Quincy Wells, 
Nathan Dana Wells, 
Samuel Wells, 
S. Edgar Wells, 
Thomas Bucklin Wells, 
Thomas Clayton Wells, 
William H. Wells, 
William Henry Wells, 
Adolph Werner, 
Ernest Werner, 
Charles Sherwood West, 
Frank West. 



Hudson, 


1S61. 


Hudson, 


1863. 


Miami, 


1858. 


Miami, 


i860. 


Harvard, 


1843. 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Hudson, 


1861. 


Bowdoin, 


1866. 


Bowdoin, 


i860. 


Bowdoin, 


1859. 


Geneva, 


1851. 


Manhattan, 


• 


Dartmouth, 


1864. 


Rochester, 


1852. 


Harvard, 


1854- 


Columbia, 


1836. 


Middletown. 


1867. 


Dartmouth, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1843. 


Bowdoin, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Yale, 


1849. 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Yale, 


1842. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Harvard, 


i860. 


Geneva, 


1845. 


Geneva, 


1865. 


Geneva, 


1850. 


Bowdoin, 


1S42. 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Cornell, 


1872. 


Williams, 


1871. 


Yale, 


1857. 


Harvard, 


1857. 


Williams, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1862. 


Yale, 


1868. 


Amherst, 


1836. 


Peninsular, 


1869. 


Manhattan, 


1857. 


Manhattan, 


1866. 


Williams, 


1862. 


Williams, 


1872. 




^ 



John Kingsbury West. 


Williams, 


John Henry West, 


Rochester, 


Clarence WilHam Westcoti, 


Yale. 


Earl Webster Weslgate. 


Dartmouth, 


Hollis Smith Wesigate, 


Dartmouth, 


Edward Burbank Weston, 


Bowdoin. 


Charles Henry Welmore, 


Kenyon, 


Daniel D. Whedon, 


Middletown, 






Albert Sproull Wheeler. 


Geneva, 


Arthur Manin Wheeler. 


Yale, 


Charles Wheeler, 


Dartmouth. 


Charles Mortimer Wheeler, 


Vale, 


Everett Pepperell Wheeler, 


Manhattan, 


John Tylet Wheeler. 


Geneva. 


843 Charles Stearns Wheeler, 


Harvard, 


Truman H. Wheeler, 


Hamilton, 


William H. Whicher, 


Middletown, 


852 Augustus Warren Whippk-, 


Harvard, 


William Ward Whipple, 


Amherst, 


Henry Clay Whitaker, 




Nicholas T. Whilaker, 


Middletown 


851 Charles Adams Whilcoiiib. 


Harvard, 


Benjamin H. White, 


Middletown. 


Clement Brooke White, 


Yale, 


George Snow White, 


Peninsular, 


Henry Kirke White, 


Manhattan, 


Jonathan White, 


Yale. 


Pliny H. White, 


Dartmouth, 


Thomas Herbert While, 


Bowdoin, 


William Orne While. 


Harvard, 


William Prescott While, 


Amherst, 


Cortlandt Whitehead. 


Vale, 


J. Henry Whitehead, 


Williams, 


Neyil Pemberion Whites ides. 


Kenyon, 


John Nicholas Whiting, 


Geneva, 


William H. Whiting, 


Amherst, 


Samuel H. Whitlock, 


Columbia, 


James Whitman, 




351 Emerson Coggswell Whilnc)-, 


Yale, 


George Whitney, 


Geneva, 


George Henry Whitney, 


Middletown 


Henty Otis Whitney. 


Yale. 


Josiah Dwight Whitney, 


Yale, 


James Morris Whiton, 


Yale, 



JS^- 



^ 




C7V 



284 Jlp?M 


Delta Phi. 


.?5 


Henry Whittemore, 


Dartmouth, 


1866. 


James Olin Whittemore, 


Peninsular, 


1846. 


Charles Whittier, 


Williams, 


1856. 


Charles Mills Whittlesey, 


Yale, 


1864. 


Frederic A. Whittlesey, 


Geneva, 


1847. 


Myron Converse Wick, 


Hudson, 


1870. 


Edwin Buckminster Wights 


Peninsular, 


1857. 


Edwin Ruthwen Wiggin, 


Dartmouth, 


1848. 


John Fletcher Wight, 


Dartmouth, 


1853. 


*i838 Seth Tryon Wilbur, 


Hamilton, 


1836. 


Asher Henry Wilcox, 


Yale, 


1859. 


David J. n/wilcox, 


Yale, 


1872. 


George Wilcox, 


Dartmouth, 


i860. 


George Augustus Wilcox, 


Yale. 


1852. 


James Andrews Wilcox, 


Yale, 


1850. 


Leonard Wilcox, 


Dartmouth, 


1865. 


Timothy E. Wilcox, 


Union, 


1861. 


Charles Wesley Wilder, 


Middletown, 


1865. 


Daniel Webster Wilder, 


Harvard, 


1856. 


Joseph Eells Wilder, 


Amherst, 


1863. 


Nathan W. Wilder, 


Middletown, 


i86r. 


William Franklin Wilder, 


Amherst, 


1856. 


Horatio Wildman, 


Yale, 


1847. 


Howard Payson Wilds, 


Manhattan, 


1869. 


Albert Hamilton Wilkinson, 


Peninsular, 


1859. 


James Milton Wilkinson, 


Peninsular, 


1864. 


William Henry Wilkinson, 


Geneva, 


1853. 


*i86o Ashbel Parsons Willard, 


Hamilton, 


1842. 


Charles Wesley Willard, 


Dartmouth, 


1851. 


*i858 Erastus Willard, 


Hamilton, 


1857. 


Horace Mann Willard, 


Brunonian, 


1864. 


James Hazleton Willard, 


Hamilton, 


1868. 


James Richard Willard, 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 


*iS59 Asa Messer Williams, 


Brunonian, 


1851. 


Alonzo Williams, 


Brunonian, 


1870. 


*iS50 Benjamin Payson Williams, 


Harvard, 


1850. 


Charles Gilmore Williams, 


Peninsular, 


1865. 


Charles Tudor Williams, 


Hudson, 


1862. 


Edward Moore Williams, 


Yale, 


1864. 


Edward Porter Williams, 


Hudson, 


1864. 


Fitch Reed Williams, 


Peninsular, 


1858. 


* Frederic Dickinson William; 


$, Harvard, 


1850. 


Henry Williams, 


Harvard, 


1837. 


Henry Bigelow Williams, 


Harvard, 


1865. 


Henry Dudley Williams, 


Brunonian, 


1855. 



r 



% 



* 



^ 


Index. 


285 


Henry Johnson Williams, 


Manhattan, 


1868. 


Henry Warren Williams, 


Amherst, 


1837. 


Henry Warren Williams, 


Hudson, 


1 841. 


Horace^Williams, 


Bowdoin, 


1844. 


Horace Robbins Williams, 


Amherst, 


i860. 


*i864 H. Wright Williams. 


Amherst, 


1866, 


John Gollican Williams, 


Middletown, 


i860. 


John Healy Williams, 


Amherst, 


1868. 


*i858 Joseph Loomis Williams, 


Hamilton, 


1854. 


Othniel Samuel Williams, 


Hamilton, 


1832. 


Ralph Olmstead Williams, 


Yale, 


1 861. 


Richard Lloyd Williams, 


Hudson, 


1864. 


Roger Butler Williams, 


Yale, 


1868. 


Russell Mortimer Williams, 


Hudson, 


1852. 


Samuel Williams, 


Williams. 


1851. 


Samuel Gardiner Williams, 


Hamilton, 


1852. 


* Schuyler Hodges Williams, 


Peninsular, 


1867. 


William George Williams, 


Hudson, 


1861. 


William Henry Williams, 


Brunonian, 


1865. 


*i84i William Perkins Williams, 


Yale, 


1839, 


Robert Henry Williamson, 


Williams, 


1853. 


Samuel Cheney Williamson, 


Hudson, 


i860. 


William Cross Williamson, 


Harvard, 


1852. 


Edwin WiUits, 


Peninsular, 


1855. 


Adams Brock Williams, 


Middletown, 


1867. 


Alban John Wilson, 


Middletown, 


1866. 


Albert G. Wilson, 


Dartmouth, 


1867. 


Amzi Wilson, 


Hudson, 


1868. 


Andrew Wilson, 


Amherst, 


1842. 


* Archelaus Wilson, 


Yale, 


1844. 


Charles Granville Wilson, 


Kenyon, 


1870. 


Charles Merrill Wilson, 


Kenyon, 


1870. 


Franklin Wilson, 


Brunonian, 


1841. . 


Franklin Augustus Wilson, 


Bowdoin, 


1854. 


Harry E. Wilson, 


Kenyon, 


1870. 


* James Wilson, 


Hudson, 


1852. 


John Howard Wilson 


Yale, 


1868. 


John Scott Wilson, 


Kenyon, 


1870. 


Joseph Colburn Wilson, 


Bowdoin, 


1867. 


Levi Bodly Wilson, 


Hudson, 


1848. 


Moses Fleming Wilson, 


Miami, 


1864. 


Newton Harris Wilson, 


Dartmouth, 


. 1870. 


Russell Jones Wilson, ' 


Kenyon, 


1870. 


Oliver Morris Wilson, 


Hamilton, 


1858. 


Thaddeus Wilson, 


Amherst, 


1843- 



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Amos W. Wright, 
Amos Willets Wright, 
Arthur Williams Wright, 
Benjamin Franklin Wright, 
Cyrus M. Wright, 
Daniel Webster Wright, 
Ebenezer Wright, 
Edward Marshall Wright, 
George Mitchell Wright, 
George McElwaine Wright, 
Reginald Heber Wright, 
Russell M. Wright, 
Samuel Wright, 
Thomas Lee Wright, 
Thomas Wright, 
William Burnet Wright, 
George Sprague Wyckoff, 
Henry Nehemiah Wyman, 
Walter Wyman, 
William Cutler Wyman, 
Gerardus Hilles Wynkoop, 
Theodore Stephen Wynkoop, 
William A. Wynne, 



Dartmouth, 


1867. 


Miami, 


I867. 


Yale, 


1859. 


Union, 


1862. 


Miami, 


i860. 


Hamilton, 


1859. 


Williams, 


1861. 


Yale, 


1865. 


Hudson, 


1871. 


Williams, 


1859. 


Hudson, 


1863. 


An^herst, 


1844. 


Hudson, 


1840. 


Miami, 


1845. 


Hamilton, 


1835. 


Dartmouth, 


1857. 


Hamilton, 


1871. 


Amherst, 


1845. 


Amherst, 


1870. 


Yale, 


1855- 


Yale, 


1864. 


Yale, 


1861. 


Alabama, 


1852. 



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Granville Yager, 
Thomas Coffin Yarnell, 
Lucien Gurnee Yoe, 
Casper Enoch Yost, 
Albert Young, 
Charles W. Young, 
Daniel Kissam Young, 
■1864 Edward Francis Young, 
Ephraim Wood Young, 
Frank Ira Young, 
John Morehead Younglove, 



Middletown, 


1866. 


Yale, 


1841. 


Amherst, 


1868. 


Peninsular, 


1863. 


Manhattan, 


i860. 


Middletown, 


1872. 


Manhattan, 


1871. 


Manhattan, 


i860. 


Harvard, 


1848. 


Hudson, 


1870. 


Geneva, 


1869. 



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Allen Howard Zacharias, 



Peninsular, 



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