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CATALOGUE 



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Delta Upsilon 



FRATERNITY. 



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^A/'ILLIAMS. 

Williams College, Willlamstown, Mass.x 

UNION. 

Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 

AMHERST. 

Amherst College, Ajiiherst, Mass. 

HAMILTON. 
Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y. 

WATERVILLE. 

Colby Univeusity, Waterville, Me. ^* 

ROCHESTER. 

Rochester University, Rochester, N. Y. 

MIDDLEBURY. 
Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. 

RUTGERS. 

Rutgers College, Isew Brunswick, N. J. 

JEFFERSON. 

Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Pa. 

NEW^ YORK. 
New York University, New York City. 

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WESTERN RESERVE. 
Western Reserve College, Hudson, 0. 

MADISON. 

Madison University, Hamilton, N. Y. 

W^ASHINGTON. 

Washington College, Washington, Pa. 

MIAMI. 

Miami University, Oxford, 0. 

BROW^N. 

Brown University, Providence, R. I. 

CORNELL. 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

TRINITY. 

Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 

MARIETTA. 

Marietta College, Marietta, 0. 

SYRACUSE. 

Syracuse University, Svracuse, N. Y. 

MANHATTAN. 

College of the City of New York, N. Y. 

. ANN ARBOR. 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 





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MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-six. 



♦Algernon S. Baldwin, 
Rev. Hiram Bell, 
Rev. Philo Canfield, 
Rev. Eli AS Clark, 
Rev. T. Jarvls Clark, 

♦George Clisby, 

♦Rev. Samuel D. Darling, 
Anson L. Hobart, M. D., 
Rev. E. William Kellogg, 
Rev. JosiAH Lyman, 
Lyndon G. Lyman, 
Henry Morgan, 
Rev. Lebeus R. Phillips, 
Zalmon Richards, 
John H. Westfall, 
Charles G. Wright, 
Rev. Edmund Wright, 



Great Barrington, Mass. 
Killingworth, Conn. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Greenville, N. Y. 
East Cummington, Mass. 
Medford, Mass. 
Cummington, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Barre Centre, N. Y. 
Lenox, Mass. 
Macon, Georgia, 
Newark, N. J. 
Sharon, Mass. 
Washington, D. C. 
Wantage, N. J. 
New Orleans, La. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-seven. 



Edward F. Brooks, 
*Rev. Daniel Browx, 
Rev. Edward Clark, 
Rev. SoLOMOx Clark, 
Edward S. Clarke, M. I)., 
Hon. Johnson S. Field, LL. D. 

Judge of Supreme Court of U. S. 

John P. Hills, 

Rev. Lewis C. Lockwood, 
♦William II. Noble, 

Rev. Eber M. Rollo, 
♦Comfort Sparks, 

F. Wilder Tappan, 

George N. Turner, 



Gill, Mass. 
Carmel, N. Y. 
Chesterfield, Mass. 
Plainfield, Mass. 
New York City. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Ohio. 

Melville, L. I. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Franklin, N. Y. 
Sheifield, Mass. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Detroit, Mich. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-eight, 



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*Davis Alton, 

Late Paymaster U, S. A. 

*Rev. WiLLARD Brigham, 
Hon. William Bross, 

Editor of Chicago Tribune; and Ex-Lieut. 
Governor of Illinois. 

Cole Herman Denio, 
♦William N. Edwards, 
*Rev. Thomas A. Hall, 
♦Frederick H. Hastings, 
♦Edward P. Hawkes, 
♦Rowland Sears Howes, 
♦Rev. Foster Lilly, 
Theophilcs Page, 
Rev. CuARLES Peabody, 
Rev. David Pease, 
Rev. Francis Williams, 



Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Ashfield, Mass. 
Chicago, HI. 



West Troy, N. Y. 
Dayton, 0. 
Otis, Mass. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Milton, N. C. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Andover, Mass. 
Railway, N. J. 
Eliot, N. H. 
Manlius, ^, Y. 
Chaplin, Conn. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Thirly-nine, 



John M. Brewster, M. D., 

John G. Buel, 

Edward A. Dickinson, 

Wiley R. Ellis, 

Jonathan Ford, 

Charles G. Hazeltine, 

Edmund B. Jennings, 
♦Rev. Ezra G. Johnson, 
♦Rev. Jonathan S. Judd, 
♦Rev. George Kerr, LL. D., 

Rev. Nathaniel Lasell, 

Rev. Addison Lyman, 

William Ward Mitchell, 

John Nichols, 
♦Zenas M. Phelps, 

M. F. Potter, M. D., 

David J. Pratt, 
♦Rev. Levi Rose, 

♦LUCIAN ROYES, 

♦Rev. TowNSEND Walker, 
Rev. Samuel J. White, 
Rev. William J. White, 
Hon. E. Monroe Wright, 

I(X-Secretary of State. 



Longmeadow, Mass. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Jamestown, N. Y. 
Sandwich, Mass. 
Madison, Wis. 
Cherry Valley, N. Y. 
New London, Conn. 
New York City. 
Middlebury, Conn. 
Cooperstown, N. Y. 
Exeter, N. H. 
Genesee, 111. 
Cummington, Mass. 
Janesville, Wis. 
Riverdale, N. Y. 
Charlemont, Mass. 
New York City. 
Howard, N. Y. 
New Marlborough, Mass. 
Chester Village, Mass. 
Gilbertsville, N. Y. 
Michigan City, 111. 
Williamsburg, Mass. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Forty, 



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James Watson Brown, M. D., 

James M. Burt, 

George M. Cady, 

Barnabas Collins, 

Augustus Cornwall, 
♦Rev. Oliver Dimon, 
♦Hon. Charles N. Emerson, 

Hon. Hiram W. Farnsworth, 



Belleville, N. Y. 
Cortlandville, N. Y. 
Oswego, N. Y. 
Newark, N. J. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Andover, Mass. 
New York City. 
New London, Conn. 



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llev. Daniel D. Frost, 


Reading, Conn. 




Thomas G. Gardner, 


Galveston, Tex. 




Rev. Charles Hawley, S. T. D. 


Auburn, N. Y. 




Rev. Samuel Newell Hill, 


Troy, Mich. 




Edward M. Jordan, 


Knoxville, 111. 




George McClelland, 


Rensselaerville, N. Y. 




♦Robert C. Robinson, 


Troy, N. Y. 




Charles Whutlesey, 


New York City. 




Rev. Eliphalet Whutlesey, 


Salisbury, Conn. 

XVII. 




Eighteen Hundred and Forly-one. 




Edwin C. Bidwell, M. D., 


Keene, 0. 




Rev. Henry B. Blake, 


Wilmington, N. C. 




Rev. Luther Clapp, 


Wauwatosa, Wis. 




Rev. 0. Wellington Cooley, 


Fon du Lac, Wis. 




Hon. Alvtn Devereaux, 


Deposit, N. Y. 




Samuel VV. Fisher, 


Westhampton, Mass. 




Rev. W. Earl Fling, 


Charleston, N. H. 




Rev. James Herrick, 


Madura, Hindostan. 




Missionary A. B. C. P. M. 






William Hills, 


Auburn, N. Y. 




Rev. William A. Keith, 
*J. Kdwards Lee, M. D., 






Philadelphia, Penn. 




James Lfitle, 


South Middletown, N. Y. 




♦Henry Ti. Marsh, 


Racine, Wis. 




Rev. Enos J. Montague, 


Summit, Wis. 




*Rev. Nathaniel E. Pierson, 


Ridgebury, N. Y. 




♦Eugene W. Pugsley, 


Ghent, N. Y. 




♦Samuel D. Rogers, 


New York City. 




W. H. Rolloson, 


Williamsburg, Va. 




♦James Sedgwick, 


Great Barrington, Mass. 




A. WORTHINGTON TaYLOR, 


Warren, Conn. 




♦Ephraim Tenney, 


Dummerston, Vt. 




Joseph Warner, 


Northampton, Mass. 




John G. Warren, 


Troy, N. Y. 




Moses Warren, 


Troy, N. Y. 




Russell M. Wright, 


AVashington, Ga. 

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Eighleen Hundred and Forly-lwo, 








Rev. Thomas Scorr BACOiir, 


Oakland, Md. 








Rev. Addison Ballard, D. D. 


Marietta, 0. 








Professor in Marietta College. 

♦Elisha B. Bassett, 


Allegan, Mich. 








Rev. William A. Benton, 


Syria, Asia. 








Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. James Brewer, 


Brandon, Miss. 








♦Rev. Theodore Cook, 


Northampton, Mass. 








William H. Edwards, 


Coalburg, W. Va. 








Rev. George R. Entler, Ph. D., Erie, Penn. 








♦Rev. Henry A. Ford, M. D., 


Gaboon, Africa. 








Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

S. HiLDRETH Foster, 


Rensselaerville, N. Y. 








Rev. William Goodwin, 


Tariffville, Conn. 








William A. Hawley, M. D., 


Syracuse, N. Y. 








B. Andrews Hubbard, 


Springfield, Mass. 








Charles Bdmond Jenkins, 


Albany, N. Y. 




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John H. Kellom, 


East Bloomfield, N. Y. 








Jonathan LeFevre, 


New Paltz, N. Y. 








Rev. Horace Lyman, 


Forest Grove, Oregon, 








Professor in Pacific University. 

♦Charles H. TiYON, 


Auburn, N. Y. 








Rev. Dwight W. Marsh. 


Rochester, N. Y. 








Rev. Henry Osborn, 


Tongaloxie, "Kan. 








Andrew G. Ripley, M. D., 


Tiyman, N. Y. 








♦Rev. John H. Sage, 


Fredonia, N. Y. 








Rev. H. M. ScuDDER, M. D., D. 


D. San Francisco, Cal. 








♦Rev. 0. Maynard Sears, 


Dalton, Mass. 








James S. Slighter, 


New York City. 








Rev. J. ToRREY Smith, 


Amherst, Mass. 








♦Franklin C. Strong, 


Northampton, Mass. 








Hon. Oliver Warner, 


Arlington, Mass. 








Ex-Secretary of State. 


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Eighteen Hundred and Forly-lhree. 



George F. Bigelow, M. D., 
Hon. Reuben P. Boies, 

Judge of Supreme Court of Oregon. 

R. GoLTON Brainard, 

♦Hiram Ghase, 

♦Gharles K. Glare, 

*Rev. George Glare, 
Rev. Alexander Dilley, 
Rev. J. BoGARDus Donnelly, 
G. H. Fountain, M. D., 
Rev. Abraham Gosman, M. D., 
Daniel G. Green, 
Rev. Henry B. Hosford, 
J. Otis M. Ingersoll, M. D., 
Rev. Lewis Jessup, 

♦Henry Kellogg, 
Rev. Edward Lord, 
E. Belcher Mead, 

*Ira p. Osborn, 
John S. Poler, 
Luther W. Savage, 
Tarrant Sibley, 
Rev. Lucius E. Smith, D. D., 

Literary Editor-in-Chief " Watchman." 

Rev. John G. Strong, 
E. G. Tompkins, 
♦Alden Barr Vining, 
Samuel E. Warner, 
Rev. Joseph K. Wight, 



Boston, Mass. 
Salem, Oregon. 

New York Gity. 
Ghester, N". H. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
Rodman, N. Y. 
New York Gity. 
Galifornia. 
Lawrenceville, N. J. 
New York Gity. 
Hudson, 0. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 
South Adams, Mass. 
Rockington, Vt. 
Adams, N. Y. 
Greenwich, Gonn. 
Windham, N. Y. 
Medina, N. Y. 
Springfield, 0. 
Bennington, Vt. 
Boston, Mass. 

Ghester Factories. 
New York Gity. 
Plainfield, Mass. 
New York Gity. 
New Hamburgh, N. Y. 



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EigMeen Hundred and Forty-four. 



Henry J. Barker, 
Gyrus Bentley, 
Rev. Jacob Best, 



South Adams, Mass. 
Ghicago, 111. 
Brooklyn, Pa. 





Hon. Henry P. Coon, M. D., 
Ambrose N. Danforth, M. D., 
William J. Davis, 
Rev. Isaac De La Mater, 
Charles Demond, 
*Rev. Edwards Ford, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

James Green, 

Cyrus Guffin, 

Calvin C. Halsey, M. D., 
♦Joseph B. Hawkes, 

Rev. Theron H. Hawkes, S.T.D. 

Julius W. Hubbard, 

Alexander M. Huling, 

Thomas Scott Lambert, M. D., 

John P. Lansing, 

JosiAH Lassell, M. D., 
♦Samuel M. Lassell, 

John E. Mann, 
♦Calvin W. Marsh, 

L. M. Meeker, 

Rev. Cyrus T. Mills, D. D., 

Edward N. S. Morgan, M. D., 
♦Martin S. Pixley, 

William B. Rice, 

Rev. David Rood, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

♦William L. Silcox, 

♦J. Sanford Smith, 
James H. Spellman, 
Edward R. Tinker, 
Henry A. Tuttle, » 
Rev. James M. Wilson, M. D., 
Rev. John C. Wolcott, 
Rev. Aaron R. Wolfe, 



San Francisco, Cal. 
Maine. 

Coleraine, Miiss. 
Delhi, 0. 
Boston, Miiss. 
Sidon, Syria. 

Monson, Mass. 
Carlisle, N. Y. 
Nicholson, Pa. 
St. Josephs, La. 
Marietta, 0. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Bennington, Vt. 
New York City. 
Cohoes, N. Y. 
Aul)iirndale, Mass. 
West Stockbridge, Miiss. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Riicine, Wis. 
Railway, N. J. 
Brooklyn, Cal. 
Pownal, Vt. 
Plainfield, Mass. 
Norfolk, Conn. 
South Natal, Africa. 

Culpepper C. H., Va. 
Elizabeth town, N. J. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Morristown, N. J. 
Washington, D. C. 
Chesliire, Mass. 
Montclair, N. J. 

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EigMeen Hundred and Forty-five. 






♦Nelson F. Atkins, 


Westfield, Mass. 






Eev. Henry Martin Bacon, 


Toledo, 0. 






Rev. Henry W. Baldwin, 


West Griinville, Mass. 






♦Charles Brewster, 


Williamstown, Mass. 






Eev. Charles D. Buck, 


Peekskill, N. Y. 






Rev. Anson Clark, 


Medina, 0. 






George R. Cowles, 


Norwalk, Conn. 






Theodore J. Denton, 


New York City. 






Rev. William W. Eddy', 


Sidon, Syria. 






Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

C. M. Hall, 


New Y^'ork City. 






George Hodges, 


Savannah, Ga. 






Willard Hodges, 


Rochester, N. Y. 






♦Joel A. Jennings, 


San Jb'rancisco, Cal. 






♦Benjamin McClure, 
Rev. Samuel L. Merrill, 


Bloomsburg, Penn. 
Lysander, N. Y. 






A. D. Nichols, 


Itliaca, N. Y. 






Rev. Benjamin h\ Relya, 


Fall River, Mass. 






Rev. G. Lafayeite Squier, 


Holyoke, Mass, 






George Stone, 


Elizabeth town, N. J. 






Rev. David A. Strong, 


South Deerfield, Mass. 






♦Ambrose T. Tilson, 


Cummington, Mass. 






Titus T. Wadsworth, 


Henniker, Maine. 






♦Lewis White, 


Williamstown, Mass. 






♦William P. White, 


Long Meadow, Mass. 






Rev. Hyman a. Wilder, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 


Amangimtate, So. Africa. 

XXV. 






EigMeen Hundred and Forty-six. 






♦Erastus Anderson, 


Ware, Mass. 






♦Rev. Charles B. Ball, 


Wilton, Conn. 






Eri Bogardus, 


Deer Creek, 111. 






♦Rev. Frederick H. Brewster, 


Canton, China. 




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Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

John C. Clegg, 


New York City. 




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Kev. George W. Coan, 
Gabriel Grant, M. D., 
George A. Haynes, 
Charles L. Hubbell, M. D., 
Allyn Stanley Kellogg, 

♦Leander Kipp, 
Thomas A. Lovell, 
Emmons T. Mockridge, 

♦Isaiah H. Nutting, M. D., 

♦Increase B. Page, 
Joel S. Page, 
Lawton S. Parsons, 
Edward S. Pugsley, 
Eev. Daniel S. Kodman, 
Hon. Ambrose Ryder, 

*Eev. Marshall D. Saunders, 

Late Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

William N. Sayre, M. D., 
Andrew M. Smith, M. D., 
James H. Tuthill, 
Rev. Elisha Whittlesey, 



Niles, Mich. 
Newark, N. J. 
New York City. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Vernon, Conn. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Phillipston, Mass. 
Philadelphia, Penn. 
Oxford, N. H. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 
Easthampton, L. I. 
Ghent, N. Y. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Carmel, N. Y. 
Ceylon Mission. 

Marys ville, Cal. 
William stown, Mass. 
Greenport, L. I. 
Canaan, Conn. 

XXV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-seven, 



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Rev. Samuel F. Bacon, 
♦William D. Blanchard, 
Lewis W. Bryant, 

Rev. UZAL W. CONDIT, 

Rev. Thomas S. Dewing, 

Rev. George P. Folsom, 

Rev. Chas. H. Gardner, Ph. D.,New York City. 

Principal of the Ferris Institute. 

J. Manning Hosford, M. D., 
♦Joseph Keeney, M. D., 

Andrew Lansing, 
♦Rev. I. Newton Lincoln, 

Late Professor Latin Language and Literature 
in Williams College. 



Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Groton, Mass. 
Elizabethtown, N. J. 
Salisbury, N. H. 
Elmira, N. Y. 
Chicago, 111. 



Racine, Wis. 
Sand Lake, N. Y. 
Cohoes, N. Y. 
Williamstown, Mass. 



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Rev. HIlihu Loomis, 


Littleton, Mass. 






Rev. JuDsox (t. Lyman, 


New Hartford, Conn. 






Rev. William A. Niles, 1). D., 


Hornellsville, N. Y. 






♦Rev. Charles H. Norton, 


N. Becket, Mass. 






John L. T. Phillips, 


Williamstown, Mass. 






Professor Qreek Language and Literature 
In Williams College. 

Lyman D. Prindle, 


Nebraska City. 






Rev. Thomas H. Rouse, 


Jamestown, N. Y. 






Rev. Charles B. Sheldon, 


Kxcelsior, Wis. 






Andrew K. Smith, M. D., 


New Smyrna, Fla. 






Snrgeon U. S. Army. 

Hon. H. BoARDMAN Smith, 


Elmira, N. Y., 






♦Thomas Ward Stafford, 


Australia. 






Nathaniel E. Taylor, 


Rupert, Yt. 






Abraham V. W. Van Vechten, 


New York City. 






♦Elias E. Warner, 


Canaan, N. Y''. 






♦John B. Waterman, 


Williamstown, Mass. 






lion. p. A.Wells, M. D., LL. D., 


Norwich, Conn. 






Special Revenue Commissioner. 


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Warren C. Benton, 


Hudson, N. Y. 






Albert H. Bodman, . 


Greenfield, Mass. 






Henry Bradford, 


Tallahassee, Fla. 






William H. Bradford, M. D., 


Tallahassee, Fla. 






*Rev. Thomas S. Bradley, 


Cornwall, Conn. 






Rev. Kdgar W. Clark, 


Milton, N. Y. 






Rev. Eli Corwin, D. D., 


Jacksonville, 111. 






Edwin Davenport, 


Boston, Mass. 






Derick De Freest, M. D., 


Bristol, R. L 






Jacob B. Dewell, 


Pine Plains, N. Y". 






Rev. Charles S. Dunning, D. D. 


, Honesdale, Penn. 






Samuel T. Field, 


Shelburne Falls, Mass. 






Chandler T. Ford, 


Iowa City, la. 






♦Noah K. Gardner, 


Hancock, Mass. 






Thomas C. P. Hyde, 


Bolton, Conn. 




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Thomas J. King, M. D., 
*Kev. Arunah H. Lilly, 
♦Henry E. Lord, 

John G. McMynn, 

Charles D. Mills, M. D., 
♦William P. Porter, 

John Keed, 
♦Eev. John D. Strong, 

Julius S. Townsend, 
♦Henry Wells, 



Easthampton, L. I. 
East Palmyra, N. Y. 
Norwich, Conn. 
Southport, Wis. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Santa Clara, Cal. 
Iowa City, la. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Stockbridge, Mass. 



XXVI. 



Eighleen Hundred and Forly-?fine. 



Eev. John M. Bacheldor, 

BiSBEE MORELL BeALES, 

Eev. Edward G. Beckwith, 

Ex-Pre8ident Oaha College. 

James A. Bell, 

♦Fisher Ames Boies, 
Evelyn A. Burt, 
Eev. Albert Chamberlin, 
George Munger Coan, 
Eev. George W. Connit, 
Edward L Ford, M. D., 

♦Eev. Joseph C. Foster, 
Eev. Timothy A. Hazen, 
Eev. Corydon W. Higgins, 

♦James B. Howard, 
W\ Franklin Hurlburt, 
Nathan S. King, M. D., 
Henry C. Morris, 

♦Eev. John S. Nelson, 
Eev. John Newbanks, 
John M. Newton, 
Luther H. Northrup, 
Eev. Isaac G. Ogden, 
David S. Pierce, 

♦AViLLiAM D. Putnam, 



Newbury, 0. 
Fairview, Penn. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

New York City. 
Blanford, Mass. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Croton Falls, N. Y. 
Medina, N. Y. 
Deep Eiver, Conn. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 
Eed Mills, N. Y. 
Egremont, Mass. 
Big Flats, N. Y. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
South Lee, Mass: 
New York City. 
Gordon, N. Y. 
Williamstown, Ala. 
Troy, N. Y. 

, 0. 

Haverstraw, N. Y. 
Almond, Ind. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
West Brattleboro, Vt. 



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♦NeWTOX n. ROSSETEB, 

Lyndex a. Smitu, 
Rev. Joseph D. Strong, 
Hon. Milton B. Whitney, 



Roxbury, Mass. 
Great Barrington, Mass. 
Newark, N. J. 
Oakland, Cal. 
Westfield, Mass. 

XXIX. 





EigMeen Hundred and Fifty. 




Rev. P. Mason Bartleit, S. TD. 


, Maryville, Tenn. 




Ex-President of Greenville College. 


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Frederick A. Curtis, 

♦ZeBINA CtTRTIS, 


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Pittslield, Mass. 




Oliver B. Hayes, 


Dalton, Mass. 




William Kerr, 


South Middletown, N. Y. 




Rev. W^iLLiAM E. Merriman, 


Ripon, Wis. 




' President of Ripon College. 






Robert B. Moorman, 


Fancy Hill, Va. 




Alfred J. Olds, 


Wisconsin. 




William D. Porter, 


New York City. 




Albert M. Pratt, 


Ravenna, 0. 




Robert W. Smith, 


Sheffield, Mass. 




J. H. Sprague, 


Greenfield, Mass. 




♦Theodore F. Van Vechten, 


New York City. 

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EigMeen Hundred and Fifty-one. 




Jarvis M. Adams, 


Cleveland, 0. 




RuFUS J. Bell, 


New York City. 




S. H. Curtis, 


West Stockbridge, Mass. 




Rev. Abner DEWrrr, 


Troy, N. Y. 




Rev. FiPHRAiM Flint, D. D., 


Westfield, Mass. 




Rev. J. TiORENzo Lyons, 


Jacksonville, Fla. 




♦George M. Noyes, 


Buffalo, N. Y. 




♦John Seymour, 


Danville, 111. 




James White, 


Boston, Mass. 

IX. 


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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 



0. D. Allis, 
Simeon Bachelor, 
Thomas A. Bradford, Jr., 
EowAN Clark, 
Charles n. Dann, 
Charles E. Harwood, 
Norman L. Johnson, 
*JoHN Adams Kilburn, 
Eev. James H. Parsons, 
Eev. Stephen C. Pixley, 

Missionary A." B. C. F. M. 

♦William S. Potter, 
Henry L. Pratt, 
Eev. Lewellyn Pratt, 

Professor of Rhetoric in Williams College. 

T. P. Eanney, 
Eev. B. Newton Seymour, 
Edwin A. Van Deusen, M. D., 
Eev. Alden B. Whipple, 



Chelsea, Vt. 
Pownal, Vt. 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
Huntington, Penn. 
Franklin, N. Y. 

, 111. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
East Haddam, Conn. 
New York City. 
Zulu, S. Africa. 

Choctaw Mission. 

, Mich. 

North Adams, N. Y. 

Newark, N. J. 
Hayward, Cal. 
New York City. 
Nantucket, Mass. 

XVII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 



Eev. Eobert J. Adams, 
Andrew C. Blackmer, 
*Eev. James A. Clark, 

Late Professor in Kalamazoo College. 

George Hazeltine, 
Marcus N. Horton, 
Eev. Henry A. Miner, 
Benjamin F. Munn, 
Charles H. Eeed, 
♦James S. Woods, M. D., 



Holyoke, Mass. 
St. Charles, 111. 
Kalamazoo, Midi. 

Jamestown, N. Y. 
Coventry, N. Y. 

, Me. 

Charleston, 111. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Geneva, N. Y. 



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Richard K. Adams, 

*Rev. JUDSON ASPINWALL, 

Rev. Walter H. Clark, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Horace P. Fosket, 

JOHir P. S. GiFFORD, 

Henry C. Merritt, 

Rev. Eldridge Mix, 

Martiit H. Moore, 

Rev. Geo. W. Northrup, D.D., 

President of Chicago Theological Seminary. 

Jarvis Rockwell, 

Rev. Robert B. Sxowden, 

Rev. J. HuRD Strong, 
♦Horace H. Taft, 
*Rev. J. JuDSON Tucker, 

Rev. Lyman Warner, 



Hinsdale, Mass. 
Keokuk, la. 
Corisco, W. Africa. 

Monmouth, 111. 
Canaan, N. Y. 
Carmel, N. Y. 
Orange, N. J. 
Dummerston, Vt. 
Chicago, 111. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
East Windsor, Conn. 
Pittsburg, Penn. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Ashfield, Mass. 



XV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



Cyrus M. Dodd, 

Professor in Indiana University. 

John D. En^glish, 
Rev. Samuel B. Forbes, 
Alpha D. Griswold, 
Alonzo Knapp, 
♦Ephraim L. Lincoln, 
Rev.PniNEAS Mixer, 
Rev. James Orton, 

Professor Natural History in Vassar College, 

S. Francis Shaw, M. D., 

Alvin Wallace, 

Rev. George T. Washburn, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 



Alleghany City, Ind. 

Barrytown, N. Y. 
Lawrence, Pa. 
Southport, N. Y. 
Carmel, N. Y. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Calioke, Mo. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

New Hartford, Conn. 
Auburn, N. Y. 
Madura, Africa. 



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Gen. James A. Garfield, LL. D., 

Member of Congress. 

Abner Hazeltine, 

Rev. James K. Hazen, 

Eev. Charles W. McCarthy, 

Eev. James McLean, 

Edwin n. Pound, 

Frank Shepard, 

Rev. Lemuel P. Webber, 

William Wells, Ph. D., LL. D., 

Professor in Union College. 

Charles D. Wilber, 
Lavalette Wilson, 



Hiram, 0. 

Jamestown, N. Y. 
Prattville, Ala. 
Oneida Valley, N. Y. 
West feoxford, Mass. 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Santa Clara, Cal. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

Auburn, 0. 
New York City. 



XT. 



Eighleen Hundred and Fifty-seven, 



Rev. RuFus Apthorp, 
Samuel E. Elmore, 
James Guthrie, 
Rev. Irving G. Magee, S. T. D., 
Robert E. McMath, 
Rev. Andrew Parsons, 
Rev. Charles M. Pierce, 
Rev. Charles A. Stork, D. D. 

Professor of Greek inJNewberry College. 

♦Alexander Walker, 
♦Horace H. Wells, 



Alpena, Mich. 
Great Barrington, Mass. 
York, N. Y. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Hunter, N. Y. 
Hinsdale, Mass. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Caledonia, N. Y. 
Hinsdale, Mass. 

X. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



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George H. Beckwith, 

* Professor in Oahu College. 

Benjamin Bissel, 



Crescent City, Or. 
Honolulu, Sandwich Is. 



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Rev. Charles H. Bissel, 
Rev. Joseph P. Bixby, 
Charles H. Browk, 
Truman T. Buck, 
Rev. Henry T. Ford, 
Henry IIerrtck, M. D., 

Professor of Obstetrics, Medical Department 
Western Reserve College. 

Rev. William A. Lloyd, 
Rev. Charles C. C. Painter, 
*Rev. Edward A. Pierce, 
Thomas Post, 
Rev. Elias Fitch Tanner, 



Tracy, la. 
Norwood, Mass. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Chesliire, Mass. 
Adrian, Mich. 
Cleveland, 0. 

Morris, 111. 
Grand Haven, Mich. 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
Lenox, Mass. 
California, Mich. 

xrv. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifly-nine, 

Rev. Henry C. Haskell, Huntington, 0. 

Jeremiah D. Hyde, Rondout, N. Y. 

Rev. H. A. Schauffler, LL. B., Constantinople, Turkey. 

Missionary A. B. C. P. M. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty, 



Rev. William A. Briggs, 
*Rev. William W. Chapin, 
Rev. James H. Harwood, 
Jasper Hutchings, 
Rev. George R. Leavitt, 
Rev. Albert C. Reed, 



Williamstown, Mass. 
Somers, Conn. 
Chicago, 111. 
Brewer, Me. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Albany, N. Y. 



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Edward K Be ale, M. D., 
Rev. Thomas E. Bra stow, 
George M. Carrington, 



Aubumdale, Mass. 
Spencertown, N. Y. 
Jackson, Me. 
Winchester Centre, Conn. 



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Eev. Joseph Danielson, 


Danielsonville, Conn. 










Eev. Chauncey Goodrich, 


Pekin, Cliina. 










Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 












Benjamin F. Hastings, M. D. 


Lenox, Mass. 










*Eev. Frederick TTicks, 


Bennington, Vt. 










George C. Eaynolds, M. D., 


East Turkey. 










Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 












Rev. George G. Smith, 


Buffalo, N. Y. 










William C. Spellman, 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 










*Rev. George White, 


Scliagticoke, N. Y. 

XII. 










Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-ht^o, 










J. Albert Blake, 


Swanton, Vt. 










Edward E. Cutler, 


Sudbury, Mass. 










♦John Howard Goodhue, 


Natick, Mass. 










Reuben G. Hazen, Jr. 


Canterbury, Conn. 










Rev. Wm. Albert James, 


West Killingly, Conn. 










Albert Monroe Moore, 


Lowell, Mass. 










Frank E. Neitleton, 


Seranton, Penn. 










Rev. Henry T. Perry, 


Ashfield, Mass. 










Thomas J. Smith, 


Orange, N. J. 










Frank H. Snow, 


Leavenworth, Kan. 










Professor in Kansas University. 


X. 










Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three, 










Rev. Alexander M. Merwin, 


Valparaiso, Chili. 










Rev. TiEVERETT W. Spring, 


Lawrence, Kan. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-nine. 

James M. Austin, M. D. New York City. 
♦Hon. Z. Lawrence Beebe, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Hiram Bennett, Hornellsville, N. Y. 
Hon. Austin Blair, Jackson, Mich. 

Et-Goy. of Michigan. Member of Congress. 

Rev. George Bugbee, Sandusky, 0. 

James F. Chamberlain, New York City. 

Walter Chipman, Burch's, Mich. 
♦William H. Cole, Lansingburgh, N. Y. 

Rev. Ephraim Deyoe, Saddle River, N. J. 

Rev. John DoKaldson, Ironton, Mo. 

Rev. John Dubois, Kerhonkson, N. Y. 

Rev. James Dubuar, Northville, Mich. 
♦Rev. Thomas L. Farrington, Newburgh, N. Y. 

George C. Finch, M. D,, Croton Falls, N. Y. 
♦Rev. James P. I'istter, Washington, D. C. 

Anthony C. Fonda, Memphis, Tenn. 

Rev. David B. Hall, Duanesburgh, N. Y. 


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Auburn, N. Y. 






♦George W. Huston, 


Mayville, N. Y. 






Hon. George W. Kretsinger. 


Chicago, 111. 






Eev. Henry M. Lane, 


Vyestfield, N. Y. 






Rev. William M. Leggeite. 


Mayfield, Ky. 






Rev. William F. TjOCKWood, 


Mellville, L. I. 






*Rev. William R. McChesney. 


Lexington, Ky. 






H iTGH W. McClellan, 


Cliatham Village, N. Y. 


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Rev. Peter A. McMartin, 


Plainwell, Mich. 






Rev. Lawrence Mersereau, 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 






♦Thomas C. Miller, 


Detroit, Mich. 






Rev. Charles M. Morehouse, 


Evansville, Wis. 






♦John W. Nelson, 


New York City. 






Hon. William Patton, 


Sandwich, 111. 






Henry K. Raymond, 


Oshkosh, Wis. 






♦Rev. Joseph Rosenkrans, 


Onondaga Valley, N. Y. 






Andrew Ross, 


Pittsburgh, Penn. 






Jacob Sand, 


Knox, N. Y. 






Isaac A. Saxton, 


Pomfret, Vt. 






Rev. Henry M. Selmser, 


Louisville, Ky. 






♦John M. Stevenson, 


Cambridge, N. Y. 






Robert Stickney, 


Mount Hope, N. Y. 






Hon. G EORGE Thompson, 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 






Eldert T. Van Alstyne, 


Belvidere, 111. 






John Van Santvoord, 


New York City. 






Ambrose Wager, 


Rhinebeck, N. Y. 






Rev. jb'RANcis J. Warner, 


Wakeville, R. I. 






♦Henry Wells, 


Syracuse, N. Y. 






Rev. Samuel T. Wells, 


Brooklyn, Cal. 






Rev. Abraham T. Young, 


Geneva, N. Y. 

XLVII. 




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Hon. William Alexander, 


, Texas. 






Rev. John B. Allen, 


Clinton, Mo. 


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Milwaukee, Wis. 




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Sennett, N. Y. 

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Binghampton, N. Y. 








William C. Benedict, M. D., 


Brooklyn, L. I. 








JoHi^ H. Bird, M. D. 


Buffalo, N. Y. 








Rev. Peter H. Burghardt, 


Washington, D. C. 








Michael P. Cavert, 


Rhinebeck, N. Y. 








Demetrius M. Chadsey, 


Schenectady, N. Y. 








♦Rev. Edward W. Champlin, 


Saybrook, Conn. 








♦Rev. Darwin Chichester, 


Burdett, N. Y. 








♦Rev. William C. Child, D. D. 


, Boston, Mass. 








Rev. George W. Clarke, 


New York City. 








Rev. Adam Craig, 


Glen Roy, la. 








TJberto Crandal, 


Warrensburgh, N. Y. 








Caleb B. Crumb, 


Bloomfield, Mo. 






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Sherman Eddy, M. D., 
♦James Fanning, M. D., 

Robert Fuller, M. D., 

George A. Gates, 
♦Rev. Emery C. Green, 

Hon. Solomon P. Heath, 

Benjamin M. Heermans, 

Rev. Thomas M. Hodgman, 
♦James E. Houston, 
♦Rev. James Hoyt, 

Rev. Zerah T. Hoyt, 

Hon. Amos G. Hull, 

James H. Jansen, 

Wynkoop Kiersed,. 

Thales Tjynsley, 

Cyrus Lyon, 

Rev. James Magoffin, 
♦Rev. Giles Man waring, 
♦Archibald McMartin, 
♦James P. Morange, 
Jarvis R. Mowbray, M. D. 


Lexington, Mo. 
New York City. . 
Schenectady, N. Y. 
Rodman, N. Y. 
Kirkland, 0. 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 
Saugerties, N. Y. 
Knowlesville, N. Y. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Orange, N. J. 
West Greenfield, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Goshen, N. Y. 
Bethel, N. Y. 
New York City. 

, la. 

Yankton, Dakota. 
Somers, N. Y. 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Bay Shore, Tj. I. 








Rev. William K. Pj^att, 
♦Rev. Erastus Ripley, 
Rev. Ambrose S. Rogers, 
♦Rev. Lyman Sew all. 


Tiudlowville, N. Y. 
Davenport, la. 
New Milford, Conn. 
Sumner, Me. 








James E. Small, 


Cambridge, N. Y. 






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William R. Smith, 


Versailles, Ky. 








Ansel E. Stevens, 


Middle ville, la. 










Rev. JuDsoN B. Stoddard, 


Essex, Conn. 










David Thayer, M. D., 


Boston, Mass. 










Professor in School of Medicine, Boston University. 

John J. Tyler, New York City. 










Rev. TiEvi F. Waldo, 


Frankfort, Mich. 










♦John P. Wallace, M. D., 
Robert D. Watson, 


Brooklyn, L. I. 

New York City. 










Rev. Hiram Wheeler, 


Middletown, N. Y. 










♦Madison Young, 


Des Moines, la. 

Ln. 










Eighteen Hundred and Forty-one, 










Rev. James F. Calkins, 


Wellsboro^ Penn. 










Rev. Timothy Conkling, 


New York City. 










Hon. James H. Cook, 

Judge of County Court. 

Rev. Jonathan Copeland, 


Canajoharie, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 










Rev. Augustus W. Cowles, D. D., 


Elmira, N. Y. 










President of Elmira Female College. 

Beebe D. Crary, 


Omaha, Neb. 










♦David H. Cruitenden, Ph. D., 


New York City. 










Late Principal of Median's Institute. 

♦Rev. John K. Davis, 


Belvidere, N. J. 










William E. Backer, 


Fultonville, N, Y. 










♦James Elmendorf, 


Hudson, N. Y. 










Rev. John Gardner, 


Morristown, N. J. 










♦Rev. Walter Gunn, 


Guntoor, India. 










Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

♦John S. Hannay, 


Berne, N. Y. 










Rev. Horace Hendee, 


Greensboro, Ga. 










Lewis S. Hough, 


Chatham, Penn. 










♦William Kelley, M. D. 


New York City. 










Rev. Joshua Kennedy, 
I^ev. Sauren K. Lane, 


Conoeheague, Pa. 
Point Pleasant, W. Va. 










J. Oakley Nodyne, 


New York City. 










Perry G. Parker, 


Buffalo, N. Y. 








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Pardeeville, Wis. 






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*Rev. John Rosenberg, 

*Rev. Cyrus Smith, 

♦Cornelius W. Stoothoff, M. D., 

James H. Storrs, 

Rev. Thomas C. Strong, D. D. 

David Taylor, 

Rev. Benjamin Welles, 

Archibald Wieting, 

Abraham E. Williams, 



Quiney, Penii. 
Wilmington, Vt. 
Flatbush, L. I. 
New York City. 
Pittsburgh, Penn. 
Fon Du Lac, Wis. 
Farmington, Minn. 
Fort Plain, N. Y. 
Albany, N. Y. 



XXX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forly-lwo. 



*GoRHAM Beals, M. D., 
Duncan Campbell. 
John W. Cary, 
James Dow, 
Rev. Thomas Fraser, 
Hon. Abraham B. Gardner, 

Lieut.-Qovemor of Vermont. 

Rev. Alfred A. Gilbert, 
♦Seymour C. Harris, 



New York City. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Milwaukee, AVis. 
Richfield, N. Y. 
Oakland, Cal. 
Bennington, Vt. 

Lanesborough, Mass. 
Fabius, N. Y. 



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Christopher Ives, 


Sandlake, N. Y. 




Pelatia Jakeway, 


Fort Ann, N. Y. 




RuFus King, 


Jamestown, N. Y. 




Rev. David C. TjYON, 


St. Paul, Minn. 




Rev. Stephen Maitoon, D. D., 


Charlotte, N. C. 




President Biddle Memorial Institate. 






George D. Moore, 


Newark, N. J. 




Rev. Peter S. Nellis, 


Perryville, Mo. 




Rev. Porter B. Parrey, 


Three Oaks, Mich. 




♦Rev. Aaron Potter, 


Champaign, 111. 




William A. Righter, 


Newark, N. J. 




Rev. Peter M. Rightmyer, 


West Camp, N. Y. 




Rev. Henry M. Robertson, 


Westerville, 0. 




William S. Robertson, 


Tallahassee, Ind. 




Hon. George H. Thatcher, 


Albany, N. Y. 




♦Otis H. Waldo, 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


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Frederick S. Wood, 


Metropolis, 111. 


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Rev. John Woodbridge, D. D., New Brunswick, N. J. 
Rev. Philander D. Young, Gilmaii, 111. 

XXVI. 

Eig%Uen Hundred and Forty-three, 



♦Epiiraim C. Hall, 
Rev. Silas S. Harmon, 

President Wafihlngton College. 

*Rev. Moses S. Ingersoll, 
♦John G. McCiiesney, 
*Rev. William S. McLaren, 

Joel Miller, 

Rev. J. Jermaine Porter, D. D., 

Elijah Priest, 

Rev. Rodman H. Robinson, 

Benjamin B. Smith, 

Joseph N. Wightman, 



Lugniiige, N. Y. 
Washington, Cal. 

Newark, N. J. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Watertown, N. Y. 

, N. Y. 

Bethlehem, N. Y. 
Jonesdale, Penn. 
Mohawk, N. Y. 







XI. 




Eighteen Hundred and Forty-four, 




♦John P. Chadbourne, 


Boston, Mass. 




Charles Davis, 


Spencertown, N. Y. 




Samuel H. Furman, 


New York City. 




♦Rev. William C. Kenyon, 


Alfred Centre, N. Y. 




Oscar F. Knox, 


Condersport, Penn. 




Rev. Abiather N. McChesney, 


TiCxington, Ky. 




♦Rev. Daniel C. McVean, 


Franklinville, N. Y. 




John R. Miller, 


Norwich, Mass. 




Israel H. Northrop, 


Spencertown, N. Y. 




Samuel Stafford, 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 




♦Rev. John V. Vandervolgen, 


Madison, Wis. 

XI. 




Eighteen Hundred and Forty-five. 




Rev. Stephen Bush, 


Waterford, N. Y. 

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EigMeen Hundred and Forty-six. 



Jesse Andrews, 
♦Rev. JoHi^ Bannard, 
Arie Banta, 
Daniel E. Bigelow, 
George W. Clark, 
Rev. Alexander Dickson, 
Rev. Hiram N. Gates, 

state Saperintendent Home Missionaries. 

William T. Goodnough, 
♦Elias Hand, 
Rev. Francis Hendricks, 
S. Marshall Ingalls, 
Charles King, 
Rev. William Milroy, 
Daniel C. Nichols, 
Rev. John W. Nott, 
Rev. Richard Osburn, 
Rev. Jeremiah T. Petrie> 
Rev. Bradley Phillips, 
Matthew J. Shoecraft, 
Rev. R. B. Welch, D. D., LL. D., 

Professor in Aabam Theological Seminary. 

David P. Whedon, 
Alonzo M. Williams, M. D., 
♦RoswELL A. Wyman, 



Natchez, Miss. 
Crescent, N. Y. 
Fox Lake, Wis. 
Puget Sound, W. T. 
Berne, N. Y. 
Lansingburgh, N. Y. 
Omaha, Neb. 

Theresa, N. Y. 
Elkhorn, Wis. 
Philadelpliia, Penn. 
Springfield, N. Y. 
Norwich, Conn. 
West Geneva, 0. 
Chicago, 111. 
Mt. Savage, Md. 
Saratoga, N. Y. 
Pompey, N. Y. 
Hudson, Wis. 
Oneida, N. Y. 
Auburn, N. Y. 

New York City. 
Syracuse, N, Y. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

xxni. 



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Rev. Henry A. Austin, 

Samuel J. Austin, 

Rev. Alfred P. Botsford, 
♦Rev. Eli C. Botsford, 
♦Reuben L. Boynton, 

Warren G. Brown, 

Rev. William N. Calderwood, 

MlBSionary A. B. C. F. M. 



Pleasonton, Mich. 
Warren, Mass. 
Yorkville, N. Y. 
Port Jarvis, N. Y. 
Owasco, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Dehra, India. 



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Duncan E. Cameron, 


Milwaukee, Wis. 




John Carmichael, 


Amsterdam, N. Y. 




♦Rev. James S. Cowper, 


N.Queensferry, Scotland 




Aaron S. Cronkiiite, 


Davenport, la. 




James Darrow, 


Black River Falls, Wis. 




Edward C. Dodge, 


Jordan, N. Y. 




Stephen FRADENBURon, 


Moreaii, N. Y. 




*H. Woodward Freeman, 


Saratoga Springs. N.Y. 




♦Rev. Georoe Furbeck, D. D., 


Guilderland, N. Y. 




♦William C. Hickcox, 


Montrose, Penn. 




Joseph W. Hunsicker, 


Norristown, Penn. 




♦Lauren Kellogg, 


Amsterdam, N. Y. 




Rev. Nathaniel B. Klink, 


Vfillejo, Cal. 




Rev. GuLiAN Lansing, D. D., 


Cairo, Egypt. 




Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 






Rev. David B. Lyon, 


Ripon, Wis. 




Rev. Peter D. McNab, 


York, N. Y. 




Byron Mix, 


New York City. 




Charles Putnam, 


Hamlet, N. Y. 




Charles M. Tallman, 


New York City. 




Samuel M. Tracy, 


St. Anth'y's Falls, Minn. 




Rev. David Tully, D. D., 


Oswego, N. Y. 

xxvin. 




• 

Eighteen Hundred and Forly-eight 




♦Ephraim R. Akin, M. D., 


McGrawville, N. Y. 




William L. Akin, 


New York City. 




Rev. Thomas E. Bliss, 


Denver, Col. 




Rev. Lawrence L. Comfort, 


Walden, N. Y. 




Jacob B. Decker, 


Red Creek, N. Y. 




♦James S. Dobbin, 


Argyle, N. Y. 




♦Rev. Joel Huntington, 


Waukesha, Wis. 




♦Rev. Joseph McCracken, 


St. Louis, Mo. 




John A. McFarland, 


Salem, N. Y. 




♦Rev. J. Clemens Miller, 


Phcenixville, Penn. 




Hon. Charles C. Nott, LL. D., 


Washington, D. C. 




Robert Rogers, 


Charlotteville, N. Y. 




♦Albert Y. Schermerhorn, M. D. 


, Glen's Falls, N. Y. 



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Kev. Nicholas J. Seeley, 


Plainville, Conn. 






Eev. Amos H. Sill, 


Baltimore, Md. 






*Eev. James M. Smeallie, 


Andes, N. Y. 






Kev. William C. Somers, 


Barnet, Vt. 






Lewis Tice, M. D., 


New York City. 






Rev. \V icKS S. Titus, 


Spring Brook, N. Y. 






Joseph M. Wilkin, 


Montgomery, Ala. 

XX. 






Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 






Rev. Henry B. Burr, 


Wilmington, N. C. 






Rev. Robert Cruikshank, D. 


D., Highland, Kan. 






PreBident Highland UniverBlty. 








Rev. John Edgar, 


New Bloomfield, Pa. 






Spencer J. J^'owler, 


Hillsdale, Mich. 






Rev. Robert Gray, 


Summerville, Ind. 






Rev. Luther B. Hart, 


•Bridgeport, Conn. 






George H. Hearman, 


Lansingburgh, N. Y. 






Theodore Hyait, 


Westchester, Pa. 






John A. King, 


New York City. 






Sanford B. Kinney, 


Scott, N. Y. 






Rev. Henry A. TiOUNSBURY, 


Boston, Mass. 






♦Rev. William J. Magill, 


Canonsburg, Pa. 






*Rev. George McQueen, 


Corisco, Africa. 






Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 








Abel Merchant, 


Nassau, N. Y. 






Nathaniel Merritt, 


Seneca Falls, N. Y. 






Ransom R. Peck, 


Farmersville, N. Y. 






♦Hermon Perry, 


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Sacramento, Cal. 






Rev. William C. Ptfillips, 


De Ruyter, N. Y. 






Gardner R. Serwen, 


New York City, 




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Rev. David H. Thayer, 


Hlast Windsor, Conn. 






♦James S. Warner, 


New Orleans, La. 






♦Rev. John Williams, 


Delavan, Wis. 

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. Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 








Eleazer W. Beebe, M. D., 


Cincinnati, Iowa. 








John C. Bishop, 


Kalamazoo, Mich. 








♦Rev. Rabbi J. W. Buckland, D. D. 


. Rochester, N. Y. 








ProfeBBor in Rochester Theological Seminary. 










Daniel J. Darrow, 


Mason, Mich. 








Henry J. Gardiner, 


St. Joseph, Mo. 








Rev. Andrew Gordon, 


Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 








Edwin D. Helms, M. D., 


Quincy, 111. 








Ctfarles J. Lansing, 


Lansingburgh, N. Y. 








♦Rev. T. WiLLARD Lewis, 


Charleston, S. C. 








George H. Mann, 


Buenos Ayres, S. A. 








Rev. Alexander Mc William, 


North Millstone, N. J. 








♦William C. Rogers, M. D., 


Schenectady, N. Y. 








Rev. Stephen Searle, 


Saugerties, N. Y. 








♦Silas Smith, 


Half Moon, N. Y. 








Cornelius J. Vanderbilt, 


New York City. 








Rev. Robert H. Wallace, 


Newburgh, N. Y. 








♦Joshua K. Yeakle, 


Hereford, Penn. 

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Daniel F. Atkin, 


Farminglon, Minn. 








Rev. LuMAN B. Chamberlain, 


Topeka, Kan. 








Rev. James Cruikshank, LTi. D., 


Brooklyn, Ti. I. 








♦Rev. William Currie, 


Sterling, N. Y. 








Rev. Jacob Fry, D. D., 


Reading, Penn. 








George M. Howe, 


Sudbury, Mass. 








Charles M. Livingstone, . 


Watertown, N. Y. 








Rev. Andrew McIntyre, 


Paterson, N". J. 








Ambrose C. Spicer, 


Janesville, Wis. 








James H. Vail, 


Ironton, Mo. 








Rev. Chas. S. Vedder, D.D., TiL.D 


. Charleston, S. C. 








Rev. Franklin D. Wright, 

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XII. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two. 








*Rev. Edward L. Bailey, 


Carbondale, Penn. 








Robert Hood, 


Rondout, N. Y. 


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*Rev. George Marshall, 


Bethel, Penn. 








John J. P. OSTRANDER, 

Rev. W. Irving Pond, 
♦Carlos Swift, 


Philadelphia, Penn. 
Saratoga, N. Y. 
Jb'abius, N. Y. 


, 






John J. Thompson, 


Blooming Grove, N. Y. 

VII. 








Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 








♦John Gibson, 
John G. Gray, 
Rev. John Harper, 


Ryegate, Vt. 
Nepanock, N. Y. 
Lisbon Center, N. Y. 








Rev. William J. Johnston, 


Still Water, Minn. 








Rev. Abraham G. Lansing, 


Pella, Iowa. 








Rev. James C. Laverty, 


Canton, 0. 








♦Rev. James P. McArthur, 


Jackson, N. Y. 








Charles C. Miller, 
♦John H. Miller, 
George W. Righter, 


Marengo, 111. 
Springfield, Tenn. 
Conshohocken, Penn. 








Andrew J. Rodman, 


Summit, N. Y. 








Hiram Scofield, 


Little Rock, Ark. 








♦Peter Smeallie, 


Andes, N. Y. 








Alvah Traver, 


Poestenkill, N. Y. 








William C. Whitford, 


Milton, Wis. 








Albert Woodcock, 


Fitz Henry, 111. 

XVI. 








Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four. 








Ormanzo Allen, 


Austin, Minn. 








♦Rev. John J. Cameron, 
Hon. Orlow W. Chapman, 

Ex-State Senator from 21th District. 

Amos R. Cornwell, 


Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

Albion, Wis. 




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New York City. 






Peter E. Flrbeck, M. D., 


Gloversville, N. Y. 






Rev. Philip Fl'Rbeck, D. I)., 


J^'armer Village, N. Y. 






WoLCorr K Griswold, M. D., 


San Francisco, Cal. 






Nathaistiel p. Henderson, 


New Hamburgh, .N. Y. 






♦Rev. John L. Kehoo, 


Manalapan, N. J. 






Prosper M. Miller, 


Friendship, N. Y. 






Edwin H. Peterson, 


Nunda, N. Y. 






Heman H. Pierce, 


Davenport, N. Y. 






♦Andrew J. Southwick, 


Easton, N. Y. 






Philo G. Valentine, M. D., 


St. Louis, Mo. 

XV. 






Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five, 






Rev. Alexander Adair, 


Ox Bow, N. Y. 






Henry D. Burlingame, 


Albany, N. Y. 






Frederick A. Ghase, 


King's Ferry, N. Y. 






Rev. Joseph L. Clark, 


Perth, N. Y. 






♦William H. Essex, 


Oswego, N. Y. 






Rev. David Herron, 


Albany, N. Y. 






Rev. William \V. Kirby, 


Roslyn, L. I. 






Alfred Milmine, 


Florida, N. Y. 






Rev. Henry B. Thayer, 


Warren, 111. 






♦Adam A. Van Vranken, 


Clifton Park, N. Y. 






Rev. Edward A. Warriner, 


Bridgeport, Conn. 






Warren Wilkie, 


Tie Ray, N. Y. 






William L. Wilson, 


Chartier Valley, Penn. 






Thomas C. Woodward, 


Ottumwa, Iowa. 

XIV. 






Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six, 






♦Harlow Bowman, 


Canajoharie, N. Y. 






Capt. William G. Donnan, 


Independence, Iowa. 






Member of Congress. 








Rev. Frederick W. Flint, 


St. Paul, Minn. 






Alexander Hadden, M. D. 


New York City. 




.a^ 


George W. Hough, 


Albany, N. Y. 


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Seamaist a. Knapp, 

Pres. State Institution for Blind. 

Thomas La Mont, 
Wellington La Mont, 
Alexander J. Robb, 
Albert L. York, 



Vinton, Iowa. 

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Claverac, N. Y. 
East Worcester, N. Y. 
Waterford, N. Y. 
Brookfield, N. Y. 



X. 



EigMeen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Rev. Edward B. Allen, 
♦Charles H. Chapman, 

Elhanan W, Davis, 
♦Robert Denniston, 

Hon. John B. Emmes, 

Jadge of County Court. 

♦William F. Freeman, 
Jesse M. Holmes, 
Joseph D. McChesney, 
Adiel S. Morse, 
Marcus P. Norton, 
Rev. Chester C. Thorne, 

♦Rev. George E. Tomlinson, 
Horace T. S. Tupper, 
RoswELL D. Valentine, 
James Wilkinson, 



Guilderland, N. Y. 
Northumberland, N. Y. 
Shiloh, N. J. 
Blooming Grove, N. Y. 
Carthage, N. Y. 

Schiiylerville, N. Y. 
' Hammond, N. Y. 
Oakland, Cal. 
Watertown, N. Y. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Stillwater, N. Y. 
Marbledale, Conn. 
Moresville, N. Y. 
Belleville, 111. 
Madrid, N. Y. 

XV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight, 



Sidney R. Burnap, 

Rev. Henry A. Butts, D. D. 

Professor of Greek at Drew Theological Sem. 

Joseph B. Graham, 
Henry L. Harter, 

Prof. Ancient Languages, State Nor. School. 

Lemuel T. Heritage, 
Don Alonzo Hulett, 
♦Isaac H. Kirby, 



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Charleston, N. Y. 
Madison, N. J. 

Schenectady, N. Y. 
Potsdam, N. Y. 

Shiloh, N. J. 
New York City. 
Roslyn, L. I. 



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Alexai^der B. McClellan, 


Cam])ridge, N. Y. 






Rev. Thomas A. Sanson, 


Blairstown, N. J. 






Hon. Charles P. Shaw, 


New York City. 






William: H. Silvernail, 


Kinderhook, N. Y. 






Rev. Francis V. Van Vranken, 


Glen, N. Y. 






Oscar F. Whitford, 


Buffalo, N. Y. 








xni. 






Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine, 






Adoniram J. Blakely, 


Grinnell, Iowa. 






Sheldon E. Blakely, 


Grinnell, Iowa. 






♦John P. Buckley, 


Freeport, Penn. 






John H. Carter, 


Lexington, Ky. 






LuciEN E. Carter, 


St. Joseph, Mo. 






Late Captain 10th N. Y. Vol. Art. 








Philip K. Gleed, 


Morrisville, Vt. 






Hiram C. Johns, 


Williamsport, Penn. 






Adam \V. Miller, 


, Tenn. 






Norman L. Snow, M. D., 


Albany, N. Y. 






Late Surgeon 158d N. Y. S. V. 








♦Simeon M. I'horp, 


Lawrence, Kan. 






Henry L. Warner, 


Sioux City, Iowa. 

XI. 






• 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty, 






Rev. Edwin R. Beach, 


Liberty, N. Y. 






John P. Burt, 


Dubuque, Iowa. 






Joshua T. Butts, 


Clarksville, N. Y. 






♦JosiAH G. Everts, 


Havana, N. Y. 






William H. Pitt, 


Friendship, N. Y. 






♦William P. Willis, 


Buffalo, N. Y. 

VI. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 






John H. Becker, 


Elgin, 111. 






Collins Blakely, 

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M. Hei^by Close, 
♦JoHN^ M. Hartwell, 
Ethai^ a. Ives, 
Thomas J. Thorp, 
Hon. Benjamiist A. Willis, 



Yonkers, N. Y. 
. Albany, N. Y. 
Norway, N. Y. 
Granger, N. Y. 
New York City. 



Member of Congress. Late Lieutenant 163d 
N. Y. S. V. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-lwo. 



vn. 



Charles M. Carter, 
Eev. George W. Fitch, 
Rev. James W. Johnstoist, 
Rev. David N. Lewis, 
Henry E. Ogdeist, 
Hon. JoHisr S. Smart, 

Editor Washington County Post. 

Charles Styre, 
Samuel Yeoman^, 
John D. Young, M. D., 



Ballston, N. Y. 
Chatham, N. Y. 
Mariaville, N. Y. 
Ellenburgh, Vt. 
Walton, N. Y. 
Cambridge, N. Y. 

Norristown, Penn. 
Delhi, N. Y. 
Springfield, N. Y. 



ir. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three, 



A. Watson Atwood, 
Rev. George A. Beattie, 
Daniel Bosworth, 
James Yates, 



Philadelphia, Penn. 
Mencie, 0. 
Baltimore, Md. 

, la. 

rv. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four, 
Anson D. Fessenden, Townsend, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



Edmond T. Davis, 
Rev. John V. Griswold, 



New York City. 
Brunswick, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 

Rev. Egbert C. Lawrence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clark L. McCracken, Kortright, N. Y. 

John McFadden, Delhi, N. Y. 

Edward McKee, Kortright, N. Y. 

IV. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 

Henry Easson, Jr., Latakia, Syria. 

Rev. G. Fred. Genung, Camillus, N. Y. 

Rev. J. Frank Genung, Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

Arch. Lybolt, Mongaup Valley, N. Y. 

Alexander McLachlan, Hamden, N. Y. 

Albert D. Peake, Hamden, N. Y. 

Laurens T. Shuler, Schenectady, N. Y. 



vn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 

Almon G. Bardin, Troy, N. Y. 

William D. Bullock, Providence, R. L 

Asa L. Rogers, Bald Mountain, N. Y. 

J. C. Shelland, Schenevus, N. Y. 

IV. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 

D. S. Lamont, McGrawville, N. Y. 

W. B. McMechan, Nebraska City, Neb. 

II 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three. 

Andrew Buchanan, DeWitt, N. Y. 

Jasper C. Gates, Kalamazoo, Mich. 



William D. Hulett, 
William Rost, 
Charles Ten Broeck, 
Geo. Vai!^ Burei^, 
Rev. Joseph H. Wright, 



Wallingford, Vt. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Rliinebeck, N. Y. 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Davenport, N. Y. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



Jas. T. Hoyt, 

W. L. Jacksoi^, 

Hei^ry W. Lawrence, 

J. M. Lewis, Jr., 

P. H. McDermott, 

Robert A. McDuffee, 

C. C. Pratt, 

Geo. M. Viall, 

G. B. White, 

H. Clifford Wilcox, 



Albany, N. Y. 
Granville, N. Y. 
Greenfield, N. Y. 
Accotink, Va. 
Montreal, Canada. 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 
Elizabethtown, N. Y. 
Dorset, Vt. 
Rotterdam, N. Y. 
Madison, Conn. 

X. 



EigJiteen Hundred and Seventy-five. 



Ferdinand J. Ballart, 
Louis Oppenheim, 

Prof esBor in Orphan Asylum. 
G. S. PlERSON, 



Syracuse, N. Y. ^ 
New York City. 



Bergen, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six. 



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J. R. Davis, 

Professor Franklin Institute. 

Homer Greene, 
Wm. H. Holt, 
0. H. Landreth, 
E. S. Lawrence, 



Le Roy, N. Y. 
Franklin, N. Y. 

Albany, N. Y. 
De Kalb, N. Y. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 
Greenfield Centre, N.Y. 



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40 UNION CHAPTER, 



J. F. LocKWOOD, Knowersville, N. Y. 

D. J. Robertson, Princeton, N. J. 

Theological Seminary. 

C. P. TowNSLBY, Sioux City, Iowa. 

IX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 

S. M. Adsit, Vischers's Ferry, N. Y. 

C. E. AiKiN, Johnsonville, N. Y. 

E. C. Baird, Dayton, 0. 

L. E. Hawley, Potsdam, N. Y. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight, 

L. A. Cass. ■ Albany, N. Y. 

II. H. De Yermand, Albany, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine, 

Charles H. Blain, Amsterdam, N. Y. 
L. J. Davids, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Harry M. Smith, Dayton, 0. 

James Gt. Weeded, Greenfield Center, N. Y. 

E. P. White, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

W. W.- White, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty, 



F. A. Ballart, Syracuse, N. Y. 

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Established in 1847. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



David 0. Mears, 



Cambridge, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forly-eighl, 



Rev. Ira Case, 
Rev. William A. Fobes, 
Rev. Martin L. GtAylord, 
MiRON J. Hazeltine, 
Rev. Robert D. Miller, 
Rev. John Q. Peabody, 
Hiram A. Pratt, 



North Scituate, R. I. 
Chesterfield, Mass. 
Easthampton, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Hartland, Vt. 
Ipswich, Mass. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forty-nine. 



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Rev. Daniel F. GtOddard, 
Rev. Charles Hart well, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Junius L. Hatch, 
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West Boylston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Foochow, China. 

Colona, Cal. 



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Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Elijah Howe, 
Rev. William R. Palmer, 
Martin N. Root, M. D., 
Rev. John A. Seymour, 
♦Rev. George I. Stearns, 
Rev. Elijah W. Stoddard, 
Rev. George F. Walker, 



Gaboon, Africa. 

Dedham, Mass. 
Chicopee, Mass. 
South Byfield, Mass. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Windham, Conn. 
Tuckasunna, N. J. 
Ashby, Mass. 

XII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty. 



Rev. Albert G. Beebe, 
♦Rev. John E. Cory, 
Rev. Daniel W. Faunce, 
Sidney S. Merrill, M. D., 
Ira L. Moore, M. D., 



Worcester, N. Y. 
Chesterfield, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Lowell, Mass. 



V. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one. 



♦Rev. Henry M. Adams, 
Jerome Allen, 

Professor in State Normal School. 

Rev. William 0. Baldwin, 
Edward P. Bates, 
Rev. Marcus M. Carleton, 
Rev. Isaac N. Cundall, 
Rev. Franklin B. Doe, 
Rev. Eben Douglass, 
Rev. Francis A. Douglass, 
Rev. Prescott Fay, 
Rev. Levi G. Marsh, 
Rev. Hugh McLeod, 
Rev. Sidney K. B. Perkins, 
♦Edward D. Rawson, 



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Gaboon, Africa. 
Genesee, N. Y. 

Maine, N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Penn. 
Santokh Majra, India. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Ripon, Wis. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Bangor, Me. 
Healdsburg, Cal. 
Glover, Vt. 



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Eighleen Hundred and Fifty-two, 



Rev. Orson P. Allen, 

Missionary A. B. C. P. M. 

Kev. George L. Becker, 
Kev. Daniel Bliss, D. D., 

President of Syrian College. 

♦Joseph M. Clark, M. D., 

Kev. Elijah S. Fish, 

Buel J. Hawkins, 
♦Henry Kies, 
♦Fayette Maynard, 

Rev. Mason Moore, 

Rev. Charles H. Payson, 

Charles L. Porter, 

Rev. William B. Rankin, D. D., 

Sydney K. Smith. 



Karpoot, E. Turkey. 

Granada, Kan. 
Beirut, Syria. 



Brooklin, Me. 
Conneaut, 0. 
Troy, Iowa. 



Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Marengo, Iowa. 
Rogers, Tenn. 
Pemberton, N. J. 



xm. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three, 



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Thomas D. Adams, 

Rev. Robert C. Allison, M. D., 
♦Rev. Nathaniel B. Blanchard, 

James Buckland, LL. B., 

Rev. George W. Clark, 

Rev. Amos H. Coolidge, 

Rev. Samuel C. Dean, 

Enoch ^. Evans, 

Rev. Joseph L. A. Fish, 
♦Rev. William D. Flagg, 

James R. Hale, 

Rev. Daniel C. Litchfield, 

Rev. Charles F. Morse, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Ralph L. Parsons, M. D., 

Sapt. Insane Asylam Hospital. 

Rev. Elbridge Pepper, 
♦Henry R. Pierce, 



Newark, N. J. 
Scipioville, N. Y. 
Plymouth, Mass. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Somerville, N. J., 
Leicester, Mass. 
Steele City, Neb. 
Jerseyville, 111. 
Holyoke, Mass. 
Barton, Vt. 
Canton, N. Y. 
Warwick, Mass. 
Thetford, Vt. 

Blackwell's Island, N.Y. 

Bradford, N. H. 
Uxbridge, Mass. 



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Rev. Edward IL Pratt, 
Rev. Gilbert B. Richardson, 
Rev. George E. Sanborne, 
Rev. Julius Spencer, 
Sanborn Tenney, 

Professor in Wiliams College. 

♦Abner II. Wenzell, 



Eiist Woodstock, Conn. 
Ejist Alsted, N. II. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Prairie Home, 111. 
Willianistown, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four, 



xxn. 



Rev. Israel Brundage, 
Edwin Cooley, 
♦Rev. Edwin Dimock, 
Rev. Henry C. Fay, 
Hon. Heman M. Glass, 
Adoniram J. Goodenough, 
George D. A. Hebard, 
Rev. Milan H. Hitchcock, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Charles H. Holloway, 

Franklin Hubbard, 
♦Charles A. Kimball, LL. B., 

Rev. John C. Kimball, 

WiLLARD Merrill, 

Rev. Norman A. Prentiss, 

Charles P. Rugg, 

Rev. Uriel W. Small, 
♦Silas M. Smith, 



Roclielle, 111. 
Galesburg, 111. 
Orange, Mass. 
Townsend Center, Mass. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Providence, R. I. 
Iowa City, Iowa. 
Constantinople, Turkey. 

Newark, Del. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Ipswich, Mass. 
Newport, R. I. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Aurora, 111. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Turner, Me. 
Waterloo, N. Y. 

xvn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five, 



Eli G. Bennett, 
Albert H. Bridgman, LL. B., 
Francis F. Brown, M. D., 
Gen. John C. Caldwell, 

U. 8. Minister. 

Micah S. Croswell, 



Georgetown, Conn. 
La Fayette, Ind. 
Reading, Mass. 
Montevideo,Urug'y, S. A. 

Sonoma, Cal. 



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Rev. Charles H. Crowell, 

. James W. Crowell, 
Appleton H. Fitch, 
Rev. John Hartwell, 
Rev. Martin S. Howard, 
Savilian R. Hull, 

♦Rev. Chester D. Jefferds, 
J. Brown Lord, LL. B., 
William L. Montague, 

Professor in Amherst College. 

Rev. Moses Noerr, 

Levi S. Packard, 

Rev. Henry J. Richardson, 

Rev. Horace L. Singleton, 

Ezra T. Sprague, 

Rev. George Washburn, 

Professor in Robert College. 



Windham, N. H. 
Londonderry, N. H. 
Maples, Ind. 
Soutlibury, Conn. 
Wilbraham, Mass. 
Cheshire, Conn. 
Chester, Vt. 
Boston, Mass. 
Amherst, Mass. 

Milan, 111. 

Saratoga, N. Y. 

Lincoln, Mass. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Constantinople, Turkey. 

XX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six, 



Rev. Lyman Bartlett, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. James A. Bates, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. JosiAH Beardsley, 
♦Joseph Bloomer, 
Edward E. Bradbury, 
William F. Bradbury, 
Rev. Chester Bridgman, 

Missionary A. B. 0. F. M. 

Rev. Chester L. Cushman, 

JOSIAH H. GODDARD, M. D., 

Rev. Edward P. Goodwin, D. 
Charles E. Griggs, 
George M. Guernsey, 
Rev. Hiram C. Hayden, D. D. 
♦Thomas P. Herrick, 
♦James E. Hutchinson, 
Edward P. Kimball, 



D., 



Cesarea, W. Turkey. 

Lowell, Mass. 

Sun Prairie, Wis. 
McGregor's, Iowa. 
Dedham, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Woodstown, N. J. 

Ludlow, Mass. 
Huntington, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 
Chaplin, Conn. 
Plattville, Wis. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Jacksonville, Penn. 
Ipswich, Mass. 



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Frederick W. Lane, 

Rev. John W. Lane, 

Joel Linsly, 

Benjamin Mattice, 

Rev. Franklin B. Norton, 

Cyrus H. Pendleton, 

Nathan C. Pond, 

Rev. Martin L. Richardson, 

James Russell, 

Joseph Russell, 

William Swinton, 



North Brookfield, Mass. 
Whately, Mass. 
Millville, N. Y. 
Pueblo, Neb. 
Oshkosh, Wis. 
Hebron, Conn. 
East Brookfield, Mass. 
Sturbridge, Mass. 
Winchester, Mass. 



Montreal, C. E. 



XXVII. 



EigMeen Hundred and Fifty-seven, 



Charles E. Allen, 
Henry F. Blodgett, 
J. Theodore Briggs, 
Rev. William 0. Carr, 
Rev. James C. Clapp, 
Rev. AsAHEL L. Clark, 
Rev. George T. Higley, 
Rev. Henry W. Jones, 
Daniel W. Richardson, 
Rev. Daniel H. Rogan, 
Daniel F. Savage, 
Ariel H. Sleighton, 
Rev. Denis Wortman, Jr., 



Princeton, Mass. 
Stafford, Conn. 
San Antonio, Texas. 
Barnstead Parade, N. H. 
Newton, N. C. 
Greenport, N. Y. 
Ashland, Mass. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Middleton, Mass. 
Anona, Minn. 



Woodstock, Vt. 
East Fishkill, N. Y. 



xin. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Rev. James B. Beaumont, 
Rev. Daniel J. Bliss, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. William L. Bray, 
*Rev. Andrew J. Clapp, 
Royal W. Clarke, 



Washingtonville, N. Y. 
Peru. 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 



Amherst, Mass. 







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George C. Clarke, 


Chicago, 111. 






James Collins, M. D., 


Philadelphia, Penn. 






Kev. Edward P. Gardner, 


Cleveland, 0. 






♦Rev. Stephen Harris, 


Indian Orchard, Mass. 






♦Rev. Henry Hastings, 
Rev. Chester W. Hawley, 








Amherst, Mass. 






Edwin Hunt, Ph. D., 


Utica, N. Y. 






Henry M. Kellogg, 


Oshkosh, Wis. 






♦Rev. Edwin E. Merriam, 


Salem, Penn. 






George H. Miles, 


Rutland, Mass. 






Rev. Samuel B. Sherrill, 


New Hartford, N. Y. 






♦Havilah M. Sprague, M. D., 


Fordham, N. Y. 






♦Gardner P. Stickney, 
♦James E. Tower, 








Groton, Mass. 






Rev. Justin E. Twichell, 


Cleveland, 0. 






Rev. John Whitehill, 


South Attleboro, Mass. 






Charles B. Whutlesey, 


Berlin, Conn. 






Rev. James D. Wilson, 


New York City. 

xxni. 






Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine, 






Sanford W. Billings, 


Sharon, Mass. 






Rev. Henry J. Bruce, 


Ahmednuggur, W. India. 






Missionary A. B. C. P. M. 








Rev. George Constantine, 


Athens, Greece. 






Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 








John E. Gleason, 


Bedford, Mass. 






Rev. Samuel E. Herrick, 


Boston, Mass. 






♦Rev. Luther Keene, Jr., 


Franklin, Mass. 






Erederic W. Pike, 


Mercer, Me. 






♦WiLLARD J. Putnam, 


Hopkinton, Mass. 






Rev. Philander Read, 


Ellenwood, Kan. 






Rev. Amos F. Shattuck, 


Hollis, N. H. 






♦Wesley Squier, 


Wales, Mass. 






Rev. Henry M. Stevens, 


Ottumwa, Iowa. . 






Rev. James N. Thresher, 


Fair Haven, Minn. 






J. Osmond Tiffany, 


Attleboro', Mass. 






Rev. Henry M. T upper. 


• Raleigh, N. C. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty, 






Henry E. Barnes, 


Plantsville, Conn. 






Rev. William Brown, 


Walpole, N. H. 






♦Horace Cannon, 


Wareham, Mass. 






Rev. George Curtis, 


Harwinton, Conn. 






Rev. George Dexter, 


Mattapan, Mass. 






Lucius H. Higgins, 


Plantsville, Conn. 






Rev. Clinton M. Jones, 


North Madison, Vt. 






♦George A. Keene, 


Atkinson, Me. 






♦Joseph Mason, 


Attleboro', Mass. 






♦Lucius L. Merrick, 


Palmer, Mass. 






Rev. Horace Parker, 


Lunenburg, Mass. 






Willard Putnam, 


Cooleyville, Mass. 






S. John Storrs, LL. B., 


New York City. 






Edward R. Wheeler, M. D., 


Elmira, N. Y. 

XIV. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 






Rev. Erancis H. Boynton, 


Raynham, Mass. 






William J. Clark, 


St. Tiouis, Mo. 






Franklin C. Flint, 


Shrewsbury, Mass. 






James Laird, 


Clinton, Mass. 






Rev. George F. Merriam, 


Greenville, N. H. 




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David S. Morgan, 


Andover, Mass. 






Daniel T. Nelson, M. D., 


Chicago, 111. 






Professor in Chicago Medical College. 








M. Porter Snell, 


Washington, D. C. 

VIII. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two, 






Rev. Benjamin A. Dean, 


Sibley, Iowa. 






Henry A. Ford, 


Lacon, 111. 






John Goddard, 


N. Bridgewater, Mass. 






Rev. Hervey C. Hazen, 


Liverpool, N. Y. 




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Dorchester, Mass. 

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Joseph E. Miller, 
John P. Richardson, 
Rev. William H. Swift, 



Montpelier, Vt. 
Talladega. Ala. 
Wilkesbarre, Penn. 



III. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one, 



Elisha p. Bartholomew, 
Austin P. Gary, 
Andrew E. Ford, 
Will H. Hartzell, 
Rev. George M. Howe, 
Herbert G. Lord, 
Rev. Charles W. Mallory, 
W. Walter Morton, 
Edward P. Root, 
David A. Shaw, Jr., 



Andover, Mass. 
Amherst, Mass. 
Clinton, Mass. 
Glenville, Md., 
Princeton, Mass. 
New York City. 
Housatonic, Mass. 
Ul)per St. Clair, Penn. 
So. Wilbraliam, Mass. 
Wales, Mass. 



X. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



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Harrison Bailey, 
Arthur J. Benedict, * 
Otis Cary, Jr. 
George Fowler, 
LoRANUs E. Hitchcock, 
♦Charles F. Morse, 
Walter Negley, 
Francis Parker, 
Steven A. Thurlow, 



Fitchburg, Mass. 
Berlin, N. H. 
Foxboro, Mass. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Chicopee, Mass. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Enfield, N. H. 
Freeport, Me. 



IX. 



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Eighleen Hundred and Sevenly-three. 



John a. Bennett, 
Salem D. Charles, 
Edward W. Chase, 
Henry Gibbons, 
George W. Hale, 
William H. Hall, 
Henry A. Kino, 
Caleb R. Layton, Jr., 
Frank H. Loud, 
Lucius P. Merriam, 
Charles Negley, 
Granville W. Nims, 
Floyd E. Sherman, 
Lewis Sperry, 
J. George Thompson, 
George Y. Washburn, 
♦David H. Woods, 



Boston, Mass. 
Brimfield, Mass. 
Gallipolis, 0. 
Pittsburg, Penn. 
Montague, Mass. 
West Hartford, Conn. 
Monson, Mass. 
Georgetown, Del. 
Weymouth, Mass. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Hagarstown, Md. 
Keene, N. H. 
Douglas, Mass. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Center View, Mo. 
Easthami^ton, Mass. 
Elmira, N. Y. 



xvn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-four, 



WiNERBD B. Bancroft, 
Charles S. Broadhead, 
Benjamin F. Brown, 
George B. Copp, 
William E. Judd, 
George H. Mellbn, 
William C. Merrill, 
Nathan Morse, 
Howard B. Scott, 
Charles G. Stearns, 
Foster R. Wait, 



Boston, Mass. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Holyoke, Mass. 
Belchertown, Mass. 
Andover, Mass. 
Union, Conn. 
Danbury, Conn. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
West Springfield, Mass. 



XI. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five. 



Charles Arnd, 
Frank I. Babcock, 
James P. Bacon, 
David W. Goodale, 
Frank A. Hosmer, 
Rudolph Kauffman, 

♦Charles P. Littlefield, 
Millard Y. Logan, 

♦Warren Thompson, 
Maurice P. White, 



Bath, N. Y. 
Attleboro, Mass. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Brookfield, Mass. 
North Woburn, Mass. 
Washington, D. C. 
South Weymouth, Mass. 
Pemberton, N. J. 
North Woburn, Mass. 
Salem, Mass. 



X. 





Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six. 




Gerrit H. Chaffee, 


Westford, Conn. 




George W. Cloak, 


Philadelphia, Penn. 




George N. Cross, 


Methuen, Mass. 




Robert E. Denfield, 


Westboro, Mass. 




♦Robert Ely, 


Wilbraham, Mass. 




Robert H. Fulton, 


Latrobe, Penn. 




John Howland, 


Jaffna, Ceylon. 




Charles F. W. Hubbard, 


Louisville, Ky. 




A. Burtis Hunter, 


Philadelphia, Penn. 




Knox Johnston, 


Bellefontaine, 0. 




Samuel R. Johnston, 


Bellefontaine, 0. 




Charles H. Rickeits, 


Wales, Mass. 




Franklin Ripley, 


Troy, N. H. 




Wellington J. White, 


Elmira, N. Y. 

XIV. 




Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 




Clarence H. Barber, 


Canton Centre, Conn. 


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Albert M. Chadwick, 


St. Johnsbury, Vt. 


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George H. Ferry, 
Robert 0. Graham, 
Joseph B. Hingeley, 
George Kress, 
William W. Leete, 
Arthur II. Pearson, 
Wellington Record, 
Erastus G. Smith, 
Erasmus B. Waples, 



Milton, Mass. 
Butler, Penn. 
Barnesville, 0. 
Broad Brook, Conn. 
Three Rivers, Mass. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
South Braintree, Mass. 
South Hadley, Mass. 
Farmington, Del. 

XI. 



EigJileen Hundred and Seventy-eight. 



Horace II. Buck, 
Francis G. Burgess, 
Louis E. Denfeld, 
Thomas L. Fisher, 
Andrew D. Heffern, 
Guy Hinsdale, 
Edward N. Kingsbury, 
Stephen A. Norton, 
Lorenzo W. Searle, 
Ezra A. Slack, 
Philip D. Stoops, 
John D. Willard, 



Hartford, Conn. 
Dedham, Mass. 
Westboro, Mass. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Francestown, N. H. 
Alexandria, Minn. 
Belchertown, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Butler, Penn. 
Marlboro, Mass. 



XII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine, 



Nehemiah Boynton, 
William P. Burgess, 
Edward P. Crow ell, 
H. Hemen Gay, 
Walter Marvine, 
Darius A. Newton, 
Edwin A. Rayner, 
Howard Tracy, 



Medford, Mass. 
Dedham, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
HoUiston, Mass. 
Scran ton, Penn. 
Westboro, Mass. 
Bloomfield, N. J. 
Mansfield, 0. 





John E. Tuttle, 
Arthur W. Wheeler, 
Sumner H. Whitten, 



Perry, Me. 
Rockland, Mass. 
Holyoke, Mass. 



XI. 



EigMeen Hundred and Eighty. 



Herman P. Fisher, 
Fred. A. Gaylord, 
Charles H. Libb:ey, 
Joseph A. McGregory, 
Charles S. Noyes, 
Charles H. Sawyer, 
James Turner, 
Frank A. Whiting, 



Westboro, Mass. 
South Hadley, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Montclair, N. J. 
South Meriden, Conn. 
Bloomfield, N. J. 
Holyoke, Mass. 



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MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



*Eev. Albert Barnes, D. D., Philadelphia, Penii. 

Eev. William S. Curtis, D. D., Eockford, 111. 

Kev. L. Merril Miller, D. D., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Eev. Henry A. Nelson, D. D., Geneva, N. Y. 

Ex-Professor in Lane Theological Seminary. 

*Eey. Joel Parker, D. D., New York City. 

Prof. H. H. Sanford, Syracuse, N. Y. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Forly-eigTit 



^.♦Augustus G. Gould, 
' Eev. EiCHARD G. Keyes, 
George E. Martin, 
Eev. Stewart Sheldon, 
Eev. Milton Waldo, D. D., 



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Cortlandville, N. Y. 
Watertown, N. Y. 
Fredonia, N. Y. 
Yankton, D. T. 
Phelps, N. Y. 

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EigJileen Hundred and Forly-nine, 






Rev. David E. Blain, Waterloo, N. Y. 






Rev. John C. Campbell, Johnstouville, 0. 






Rev. Yates Hickey, Germantown, Penn. 






Rev. Hiram E. Joiixson, Fairton, N. J. 






Henry C. Kingsbury, Westfield, N. Y. 






George W. Newcomb, Chicago, 111. 






Ellison Robbins, Santa Clara, Cal. 






Rev. Alfred M. Stowe, Caiiaiidaigua, N. Y. 






Rev. Alvin D. Williams, Fleniiugton, W. Va. 






President West Virginia College. State Supt. 






Public Institutions. 

IX. 






EigMeen Hundred and Fifty, 


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Ira W. Allen, LL. D., Chicago, 111. 






*Le Roy Bliss. West Wiufield, N. Y. 






Rev. Byron Boswortii, Hammoudsport, N. Y. 






Samuel S. Camp, Laurens, N. Y. 






Rev. Giles B. Cleveland, Philadelphia, Penn. 






Hon. Guy K. Cleveland, Mankato, Minn. 






Editor *' Mankato Union." 






James Converse, Woodville, N. Y. 






Rev. Laurentine Hamilton, Oakland, Cal. 






Hon. Edward 0. Hamlin, St. Cloud, Minn. 






Bz-Judge of Supreme Court of Minnesota. 






Charles H. Meigs, Bingham ton, N. Y. 






Meeds T. Tutiiill, San Francisco, Cal. 






Political Editor " Daily Bulletin." 






Rev. Warren W. Warner, Jefferson, N. Y. 

XII. 






Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one, 






Egbert Ti. Bangs, Flint, Mich. 






Ex-Principal of State Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 




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Kev. Edwin IL Davis, 


Chicago, 111. 


Thomas Evans, M. D., 


Plainfield, Ind. 


Eev. Francis F. Ford, 


Kalamazoo, Mich. 


Joseph C. Ford, 


Madison, Wis. 


Seth Fi. Hills, 


Fon Du Lac, Wis. 


Louis H. Jenkins, 


Olathe, Wis. 


Principal of State Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

Daniel J. Pratt, Ph. D., 


Albany, N. Y. 


Assistant Secretary Board of Regents. 

Hiram L. Ward, 


Norwich, N. Y. 

X. 


Eighteen Hundred and Fifly-lwo. 


♦Henry B. Boynton, 


Selma, Ala. 


*Eev. Edwin 0. Burnham, 


Wilton, Minn. 


John C. Donaldson, 


Springboro, 0. 


Professor Miami Valley College. 

EoswELL H. Kinney, 


Columbus, 0. 


Professor in State Deaf and Damb Asylum. 

Eev. William J. Knox, 


Augusta, N. Y. 


Jabez E. Ward, 


Klmira, N. Y. 


Henry S. Welton, 


Iowa City, la. 


Professor in Iowa College. 


vrr. 


Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 


John M. Brayton, 


Delhi, la. 


♦Theodore W. Burnett, 


Cape Vincent, N. Y. 


Eev. William B. Da da, 


Fast Palmyra, N. Y. 


Simeon Hackley, 


San Francisco, Cal. 


Eev. Alexander McLean, D. D. 


New York City. 


Secretary American Bible Society. 

Edward De Eoy Stark, 


Whites town, N. Y. 


Eev. Alanson Tilden, 


Troupsburgh, N. Y. 


Joseph S. Winans, 


Sidney Center, N. Y. 




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EigTiUen. Hundred and Fifty -four. 

♦Charles Baylies, Clinton, N. Y. 

Rev. William II. Maynard, D. D., Hamilton, N. Y. 

Professor Madison University . 

George S. Morse, M. D., Columbia, Mo. 

Eev. William L. Page, Wolcott, N. Y. 

♦William Richmond, Lee, N. Y. 

Rev. DwiGHT T. ScovEL, Marcellus, N. Y. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five, 



♦Rev. Nelson N. Avery, 
Milton T. IIills, 
Rev. John F. Kendall, D. D., 
Joel M. Manwaring, M. D., 



Flushing, N. Y. 
Nunda, N. Y. 
La Porte, Ind. 
Sidney Centre, N. Y. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six. 



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Truman G. Avery, 


Buffalo, N. Y. 




♦Theodore Beard, 


Pompey, N. Y. 




Rev. Alphonso L. Benton, 


Fredonia, N. Y. 




Rev. William J. Erdman, 


Chicago, 111. 




Late Chaplain 21st N. Y. Cavalry. 






William C. Gray, 


Moreland, N". Y. 




Milton Howe, LL.B., 


Prospect, N. Y. 




George C. Pattison, 


Xatchez, Miss. 




Rev. Archibald M. Shaw, 


Glenwood, N. Y. 




Rev. Charles E. Stebbins, 


Brookfield, Mass. 

IX. 


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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 




James S. Baker, 


New York City. 


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Rev. John H. Dillingham, 

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Rossville, 111. 


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♦Duncan McArthur Parker, 
Rev. Arthur T. Pierson, D. D., 
Walter Smith, 
Rev. Joseph E. Tinker, 



New York City. 
Detriot, Mich. 
Clinton, N. Y. 
Portville, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight 



VI. 



Rev. Edward P. Adams, 

Late Lieut. U. S. Signal Corpe. 

Cyrus Camp, 
♦Samuel Camp, 
Rev. Albert Erdman, 

Late Chaplain 146th N. Y. V. 

Charles W. Hamlin. 



Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Troy, Kan. 
Dunkirk, N. Y. 
Morristown, N. Y. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



Rev. Alvin Baker, 
Norton W. Boomer, 
George W. Kellogg, 

Late Lieut. 24th N. Y. Independent Battery. 

Rev. Delavan L. Leonard, 
Rev. Leicester J. Sawyer, 
*Rev. William A. Wolcott, 



Oakland, Cal. 
Chicago, 111. 
New York City. 

Richland Center, Wis. 
Oriskany, N. Y. 
Campbell, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 



VI. 



Rev. Samuel Miller, 

Late Lieut. 117th N. Y. V. 

Rev. Theodore S. Pond, 

MiBBionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Isaac P. Powell, 

Late Major 148th N. Y. V. 

♦Rev. Comfort Israel Slack, 
Rev. Samuel D. Westfall, 



Augusta, N. Y. 



Clinton, N. Y. 

Newton, Iowa. 
Argo, Minn. 



V. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 



Porter C. Bliss, 

Hon. Albert L. Childs, 

J. Sanford Greves, 

Late Assistant Paymaster, (J. 8. A. 

Rev. David L. Kiehle, 

Principal State Normal School. 

William H. H. Miller, 
♦George J. North, 
Francis A. Torrey, 
Rev. George Warner, 
Rev. William W. Wetmorb, 



New York City. 
Waterloo, N. Y. 
New York City. 

St. Cloud, Minn. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Des Moines, Iowa. 
New York City. 
Canaan Four Cor's, N. Y. 
Rock Island, 111. 



IX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two. 



J. Newton Beach, 
Norman II. Becker, 
Seymour II. Dibble, 
Horace II. IIollister, 

Professor in State Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

J. Q. A. Hollister, 

Late Captain N. Y. V. 

Rev. John McLean, 
Levi D. Miller, 
Hon. J. Robert Moore, 
♦Lansford S. Page, 
J. J. Pease, 

L. 8. B. Sawyer, LL. B., 
Rev. Henry Ward, 

Late Captain 18tli U. S. Colored Volunteers. 

Henry Ward, Jr. 



Watkins, N. Y. 
Seneca Falls, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
Columbus, 0. 

Westfield, N. Y. 

Beloit, Wis. 
Bath, N. Y. 
Trenton Falls, N. Y. 
Sangerfield, N. Y. 
Cortlandville, N. Y. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Denver, Col. 



xin. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three, 



Rev. Myron Adams, Jr., 

Late Lieut. U. S. Signal Corps. 

♦Henry P. Cook, 

Late Sergeant-Major 12th N. Y. V. 



Rochester, N. Y. 
Dundee, N. Y. 




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Peter Q. Eckersok, 
*G. A. Markham, 
♦Geo. W. Sheldon", 

Late Captain 12th N. Y. V. 

J. Seymour Slie, 

Augustus B. Southwick, M. D., 



New York City. 
Lee Center, N. Y. 
West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

Topeka, Kansas. 
Rome, N. Y. 



vn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-four. 



Rev. George Bayless, 

Rev. Theo. F. Jessup, 

Rev. Henry Leutsinger, 
♦Norman C. McMath, 
♦Alfred A. Morse, 

Kendrick S. Putnam, 
♦Rev. Darius C. Sackett, 

Justin Smith, Jr., 
♦Mason C. Smith, 

Geo. Galitzin Truair, 

Associate Editor *' Syracase Jonmal." Late 
Captain 149tli U. 8. V. 

♦Geo. a. Watson, 

Late Ist Sergeant llSth N. Y. V. 

Chas. Henry West, Jr., 

Late Lieutenant 138th N. Y. V. 

'♦Albert P. Worthington, 



McGrawville, N. Y. 
Kendall, 111. 
Princeton, N. J. 
Webster, N. Y. 
Eaton, N. Y. 
Rome, N. Y. 
Rock Stream, N. Y. 
Mt. Morris, N. Y. 
Perry, N. Y. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Fredonia, N. Y. 
Medina, N. Y. 



Vineland, N. J. 



XIII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 






Rev. William Henry Bates, 
Rev. Oscar H. Elmer, 
Rev. Jas. a Ferguson, 
Henry Ford, 
Jas. p. Kimball, M. D., 

Surgeon U. S. Army. 

♦Rev. Geo. W. Martin, 
Rev. Luther A. Ostrander, 
Rev. James Rodgers, 
Rev. Jas. P. Stratton, 



Waverly, N. Y. 
Moorhead, Minn. 
Hanover, N. J. 
Cazenovia, N. Y. 
Fort Buford, D. T. 

Schaghticoke, N. Y. 
Oswego, N. Y. 
Willmar, Minn. 
Mexico, N. Y. 

IX. 



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EigJiUen Hundred and Sixty-six, 



Joseph Y. Chai>in, 
Eev. Hexry Loomis, 

Late Captain 149th N. Y. V. Miseionary 
A. B. C. F. M. 

♦George Norton, 
Charles Simpson, 
*S. Darwin Wilc^ox, 

Late ProfesBor liO^^ic, Rhetoric and Elocution 
in Uamilton College. 



Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
Yohohama, Japan. 

Sangerfiold, N. Y. 
Sherman, N. Y. 
Jiic^ksonville, Fla. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sio^y-seven, 



James B. Avery, M. D. 
Isaac 0. Best, 

Principal Clinton Grammar School. 

Eev. J. Earl Hall, 
Rev. Martin F. IIollister, 
Chas. E. Rice, LL. B., 
Samuel Wm. Wetzel, 



Oneida Oastle, N. Y. 
Clinton, N. Y. 

New York City. 
Newark, N. J. 
Fairfield, N. Y. 
Utiea, N. Y. 

VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight, 



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Charles B. Austin, 
Rev. Cassius II. Dibble, 
Otis J. Eddy, 
Edwin M. Nelson, M. D., 
Henry N. Payne, 

Late Lieut. Col. 87th U. 8. Colored Vol. 

♦Louis D. Pomeroy, 

Late ProfesBor in State Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

Henry R. Waite, Ph. D., 

Editor "International ReTiew." 

Myron G. Willard, 



New York Mills, N. Y. 
Perry, N. Y. 
Brooklvn, N. Y. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Onondaga Valley, N. Y. 

Flint, Mich. 

New York City. 



Mankato, Minn. 



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EigMeen Hundred and Sixty-nine, 






Francis M. Burdick, 


Utica, N. Y. 






William L. Downing, 


Whitestown, N. Y. 






Prof. Ancient Languages, wnitestown Sem. 

De Linton W. Greenfield, 


Rome, N. Y. 






George E. King, 


New York City. 


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Kev. Martin D. Kneeland, 


Waterloo, N. Y. 






WiLLARD H. LiLLIBRIDGE, 


Detroit, Mich. 






Elliot K. Payson, 


Utica, N. Y. 






Charles H. Searle, 


Utica, N. Y. 






Late Lieutenant 187th N. Y. V. 

Selden H. Talcott, M. D., 


Ward's Island, N. Y. 






Superintendent Homeopathic Hospital. 


IX. 






Eighteen Hundred and Seventy, 






♦John E. Klmer, 


Chester, N. Y. 






Eev. Delos E. Finks, 
Sylvester Gardner, 
Fred. H. Gouge, 


i^'airplay. Col. 
Fayetteville, N. Y. 
Utica, N. Y. 






A. Palmer Kent, 


Elkhart, Ind. 






Editor " Elkhart Review." 

Henry C. Maine, 


Troy, N. Y. 






Editor* 'Troy Whig." 

*HoMER W. Searle, 


Jacksonville, Fla. 






Late Captain and Bt. Major 114th N. Y. V. 

George R. Smith, 


Elbridge, N. Y. 

VIII. 






Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one, 






Rev. Edward W. Abbey, 


Terre TTaute, Ind. 






Charles R. Dreyer, 


Phelps, N. Y. 






Rev. Daniel A. Ferguson, 


Red Oak, Iowa. 






George C. Norton, 


Utica, N. Y. 






Amos A. Kiehle, 


Minneapolis, Minn. 




: HOSMER P. MCKOON, 


Utica, N. Y. 




Albert C. Phillips, 


Syracuse, N. Y. 








vn. 





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EigMeen Hundred and Sevenly-lwo, 



Albert L. Blair, 

Editor " Troy Times." 

Rev. Seward M. Dodge, 
Samuel G. Moore, 
Lewis H. Morey, 



Troy, N. Y. 

Auburn, N. Y. 
Trenton Falls, N. Y. 
Livonia, N. Y. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 



William H. Avery, 
Edward E. Bacon, 
0. Ernesto Branch, 

Professor Polytechnic Institute. 

John E. Massee, 
George H. Payson, 
Jermain G. Porter, 

Asst. Prof, of Astronomy, Hamilton College. 



Philadelphia, Penn. 
Eaton, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sandy Creek, N. Y. 
Union Theo. Sem. 
Clinton, N. Y. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four. 



Julian A. Clark, 
Edgar A. Enos, 
Charles E. Havens, 

Principal Mexico Academy. 

Harry D. Hull, 
William W. Nixon, 
♦George A. Penny, 
Franklin Potter, 



Perrysburgh, N. Y. 
New Hartford, N. Y. 
Mexico, N. Y. 

Adrian, Mich. 
Adrian, Mich. 
Unadilla Forks, N. Y. 
Davenport, Iowa. 

VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five, 




Elbert E. Barnum, 
Frank S. Childs, 
Junius J. Cowles, 



Waterloo, N. Y. 
Union Tlieo. Seminary. 
New York City. 



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JosiAH A. Hyland, 
Frank E. Lewis, 
En"eas McLean, 
William J. Woods, 



New York City. 
Springfield, N. Y. 
Auburn Theo. Sem. 
Union City, Pa. 



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EigMeen Hundred and Sevenly-six, 



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William H. Allbright, 
James F. Brodie, 

Prof. Grey Lock Institute. 

Rev. Charles G. Matteson, 
Robert McLean, 
Byron Wells, 

Principal Peterboro Academy. 



Auburn Theo. Sem. 
So. Williamstown, Mass. 

Starkville, N. Y. 
Auburn Theo. Sem. 
Peterboro, N. Y. 

V. 



EigMeen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 



Jesse S. Baird, 
George Griffith, 
♦William Z. Luther, 
♦John Thomas Perkins, 
Jacob Streibert, Jr., 



Russellville, 0. 
Clinton, N. Y. 
Lairdsville, N. Y. 
Waverly, N. Y. 
Albany, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight, 



/ ^ Samuel L. Bennett, 
t ^Eugene W. Lyttle, 
Joseph A. McConnell, 
James B. McGiffert,i ^ 
William C. McGiffert,.:: 
^/^ENRY A. Porter, 
Clarence R. Smith, 
Edward J. Stour, 



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River Head, L. I. 
Watertown, N. Y. 
Watertown, N. Y. 
Hudson, N. Y. 
Hudson, N. Y. 
Watertown, N. Y. 
Woleott, N. Y. 
Mexico, N. Y. 



VIII. 



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EigMeen Hundred and Sevenly-nine, 



Charles G. Alton, 
Charles B. Hawkiks, 
Herbert M. Hill, 
Benjamin T. Mills, 
Charles L. Morgan, 



Clinton, N. Y. . 
Fairport, N. Y. 
Watertown, N. Y. 
Feejee Islands, 
New Berlin, N. Y. 



EigMeen Hundred and Eighty. 



Ward M. Beckwith, 

Matson M. CURTIS,/>t^/ 

Charles A. Gardiner, 
William M. Griffith, ^jv 
Wilson A. Moyer, 
George W. Severance, l» 
George W. Willis, 



Westmoreland, N. Y. 
Rome, N. Y. 
St. Covington, 
West Windfield, N. Y. 
Canajoharie, N. Y. 
Mexico, N. Y. 
Newport, N. Y. 

VII. 




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Established in 1850. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-lwo. 



George W. Dow, 
Rev. Ebenezer H. Libby, 
Eev. George M. Preston, 
Eev. Daniel W. Wilcox, 



Boston, Mass. 
Windham, Me. 
Medford, Mass. 
Sherburne Falls, Mass. 



rv. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three. 



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OSBORN P. BiGELOW, 

Rev. John A. Lowell, 
Joshua W. Weston, 



Boston, Mass. 
Lewiston, Me. 
Skowhegan, Me. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four, 



Albio]^ K. p. Knowlton, 



Thomaston, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five. 



♦James T. Bradbury, 
Linton C. Cornforth, 
David F. Crane, 
Peleg S. Haskell, 

♦Washington I. Humphrey, 
John W. Lamb, 
Charles F. Eichards, 

*L. EicHMOND Webber, 



Waterville, Me. 
Waterville, Me. 
Boston, Mass. 
Hartland, Me. 
Yarmouth, Me. 
Lebanon, Me. 
Lincolnville, Me. 
Augusta, Me. 



vni. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six, 



Columbus Cornforth, 
Eev. A. EoBiNSON Crane, 
Frederick B. Dunton, 
♦Andrew J. Lang, 

Late Principal Waverly Institute. 

Charles C. Low, 
Eev. Asa Perkins, 
Isaac Powers, 
Joseph A. Eoss, 
♦EoscoE G. Smith, 
Eev. Albion P. Tracy, 



Waterville, Me. 
Hallowell, Me. 
Lincolnville, Me. 
Waverly, N. Y. 

Machias, Me. 
Limerick, Me. 
Norridgewock, Me. 
Nobleboro, Me. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Montville, Me. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven, 



♦John B. Bradbury, 
William J. Corthell, 
J. Murray Drake, 



Limington, Me. 
Eden, Me. 
'Sharon, Mass. 



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Augustus A. Fletcher, 


Oldtown, Me. 








Jonathan S. Houghton, 


Anson, Me. 








Rev. GEORGE M. P. King, 


Washington, D. C. 








Francis Mayo, 


Georgetown, 111. 








Frank L. Morse, 


Glasgow, Ky. 








Joseph Odell, 


Lebanon, Ky. 








♦Rev. Moses J. Prescott, 


Ipswich, Mass. 








Jonathan Soule, 


Waterville, Me. 








♦George B. Taylor, 


Norridgewoek, Me. 








Rev. Charles F. Webber, 


Taunton, Mass. 

xin. 








Eighteen Hundred and Fifly-eigJit 








Thomas F. Batchelder, 


Ellsworth, Me. 








J. Cilley Fales, 


Lebanon, Ky. 








Isaac S. Hamblen, 


Winehendon, Mass. 








Rev. Benjamin F. Lawrence, 


Ayer, Mass. 








JuDsoN W. Shaw, 


Anson, Me. 








Lucius F. Shepardson, 


Royalston, Mass. 








♦IIampton D. p. Small, 


Mt. Vernon, Me. 








Benjamin K. Walker, 


Tiimington, Me. 


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Jasper M. White, 


St. Anthony, Minn. 

IX. 








Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine, 








♦Rev. Alexander Fuller, Jr., 


Kingston, Mass. 








Joseph H. Shepardson, 


Royalston, Ma^s. 

n. 








Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 








S. Hubbard Fifield, 


Fayette, Me. 








John Goldthwait, 


Waterville, Me. 








Henry W. Harmon, 


Livermore, Me. 








John H. Jackson, 


Litchfield, Me. 








Ransom Norton, 


Livermore, Me. 


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Levi M. Piekce, 


West Boylston, Mass. 




Rev. Stillmax H. Record, 


Auburn, Me. 




Edmund F. Webb, 


Albion, Me. 




♦George W. F. Wiggik, 


Mt. Vernon, Me. 

IX. 




Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 




James U. Chase, 


Fayette, Me. 




Granville V. (.ociirane. 


Monmouth, Me. 




James B. Cochrane, 


Favette, Me. 




George S. Flood, 


Clinton, Me. 




Cyrus Hamlin, 


Hampden, Me. 




Amos M. Jackson, 


Tiitchfield, Me. 




R. FiLviN Jones, 


Jefferson, Me. 




Edward P. TiORiNG, 


Norridgewock, Me. 




Rev. Samuel B. Morse, 


Stockton, Cal. 




Llewellyn Powers, 


Pittsfield, Me. 




Bartleit Tripp, 


Ripley, Me. 




Cyrus G. Warren, 


Stockton, Me. 

XII. 




Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two, 




♦Aretus G. Barker, 


Effingham, N. H. 




William C. Barrows, 


Tiitchfield, Me. 




Amasa Bigelow, Jr., 


Bloomfield, Me. 




Isaac S. Clifford, 


Waterville, Me. 




Nicholas Gallagher, 


Waterville, Me. 




Samuel Hamblen, 


Tiovell, Me. 




Edward E. Harmon, 


Tiivermore, Me. 




N. Allen TjUCE, 


Burnham, Me. 




J. Frank McKusick, 


Denmark, Me. 




William A. Merrill, 


Vassalboro, Me. 




Rev. Justin P. Moore, 


Albany, Ga. 




Lewis E. Norris, 


Monson, Me. 




Eli p. Noyes, 


South Acton, Me. 




John A. Philbrook, 


Kendall's Mills, Me. 






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Isaiah Kecord, 


Turner, Me. 






Adoniram J. KiCH, 


Cooper, Me. 






' Zemro a. Smith, 


Hodgdon, Me. 






Martin B. Soule, 


Waterville, Me. 






Sargent S. Stearns, 


Lovell, Me. 

XIX. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three. 


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Rev. Ambrose Blunt, 


Salem, 0. 






Nathaniel B. Colman, 


Vassalboro, Me. 






Edwin M. Cook, 


Friendship, Me. 






Charles M. Emery, 


Waterville, Me. 






Charles W. Green, 


North Andover, Mass. 






Rev. Jonathan J. Leavitt, 


Hamilton, Mo. 






SiLVANUS B. Macomber, 


South Lyndeboro, N, H. 






James h\ Norris, 


Foxcroft, Me. 






Marcellus Tj. Stearns, 


TiOvell, Me. 






George D. Stevens, 


Paris, Me. 






William R. Thompson, 


South Parsonsfield, Me. 

XI. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 






♦CORDELLUS H. FOSS, 


North Leeds, Me. 






WillardW. Freeman, 


Fairfield, Me. 






• Abner H. Kezar, 


Tiimerick, Me. 






Henry C. Merriam, 


Houlton, Me. 






BOARDMAN C. SpAULDING, 


Houlton, Me. 






♦Edward P. Stearns, 


TiOvell, Me. 






Moses W. Young, 


Calais, Me. 

VII. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 






William T. Chase, 


Lewiston, Me. 




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♦William Nixon, 


South Paris, Me. 

II. 


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EighUen . Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Edward S. Huktkess, 
Kev. Hazen p. McKusick, 



Portsmouth, N. H. 
Nevada, Cal. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Edward P. Bartlett, 
CoRXELius Albert Gower, 
Henry W. Hale, 
William K. Moody, 
John F. Moody, 



Oxford, Me. 
Winslow, Me. 
Ellsworth, Me. 
Milton Plantation,' Me. 
Milton Plantation, Me. 

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Established in 1852. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. CLASS. RESIDENCES. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifly-ihree. 

♦Rev. FoRDYCE Williams, Ashfield, Mass. 

I. 

Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-four, 

TiLSON C. Bardei^, a. M., Victoria, Texas. 

Late Capt. N. Y. V. Bx-Judge Supreme Court. 

Samuel P. Fenn, Leavenworth, Kan. 

II. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-five, 

Warner H. Curtiss, lloeliester, N. Y. 

Albemarle D. Williams, Ashfield, Mass. 

II. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six, 

♦David Link, Houston, Texas. 

♦Edwin J. Pickett, A. M., Havana, N. Y. 

Late Professor Nat. Science, People's College. 

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SiiADUACH Washington, 
John N. Whidden, 
Rev. Orlando Witherspoon, 
Delos D. Woodworth, 



Keokuk, Iowa. 
Chieago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Arcade, N. Y. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



Rev. Horace H. Allen, 
♦Theodore E. Baker, 
Rev. M. S. B. Gage, 
Eli n. HuRLBUTT, 
Rev. Robert A. Patterson, 

President Dean Female College. 

Rev. Benjamin W. Rogers, 
David H. Sheldon, 
George Truesdale, 



Oneonta, N". Y. 



Macedon, N. Y. 
South Bristol, N. Y. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

Detroit, Mich. 
Chicago, 111. 
Rochester, N. Y. 

VIII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-eight, 



Henry J. x\rnold, 
Elon J. Douglass, 
George G. Furgerson, 
Rev. John S. Higgins, 
Rev. Hugh C. Townley, 
♦Rev. Am:brose F. Willey, 



Somerset, N. Y. 
Elgin, HI. 
Amstei'dam, N. Y. 
Flemington, N. J. 
Boston, Mass. 
Burlington, Iowa. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine, 



♦William Allen, 
Elmore W. Dennison, 
Aaron B. Eaker, 
Thomas A. Hall, 
Daniel E. Lent, 
Rev. Ebenezer Packvvood, A. 
William Remington, 
Rev. John M. Rice, 






Shelby, N. Y. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Sacramento, Cal. 
Waterford, Ont. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
M., Wilson, N. Y. 
Weedsport, N. Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



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David H. Kobijstson, A. M. 

Professor in Kansas University. 

Daniel C. Kumsey, 
Hev. WiNFiELD Scott, 



Lawrence, Kan. 

Batavia, N. Y. 
Denver, Col. 



Eighleen Hundred and Sixty, 



*Rev. Francis H. Davis, 
Rev. Charles E. Hewitt, 
Andrew J. Knight, 
Rev. David H. Palmer, 
Charles E. Richards, 
Rev. Charles S. Sheffield, 
George F. Williams, 



XI. 



Napoleon, Mich. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Portage, N. Y. 
Victor, N. Y. 
Red Oak, Iowa. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Charleston, S. C. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 



*Rev. Abijah L. Baker, 
*Rev. Cyrus A. Chilcott, 

Late Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Thomas Cull, 
Rev. Francis D. Fenner, 
Rev. GrAViN L. Hamilton, 
Rev. James P. Ludlow, 
♦Charles H. Savage, 

Late Captain 1.3th N. Y. V. 



Attica, N.'Y. 
Bangkok, Siam. 

Middletown, 0. 
Ovid Center, N. Y. 
Wilson, N. Y. 
Sacramento, Cal. 
Killed at 2d Bull Run. 

vn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two, 



Rev. William F. Bainbridge, 
Grove K. Gilbert, 

Geologist U. S. Exploring Expedition. 

Pope C. Hunti^ngton, 
Clinton C. Hutchinson, 
Rev. Curtis B. Parsons, 



Providence, R. I. 
Washington, D. C. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lawrence, Kan. 
Dunkirk, N. Y. 



V. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three, 



Rev. Albektus A. Duown, 
Rev. Philip P. Farnham, 
Jacob A. Hoekstra, 

Associate Editor Baffalo Courier. 

Edwin R. Johnson, A. M., 
Rev. Charles T. Kreyer, Ph. 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Sylvester J. Lusk, 
Joseph O'Connor, 

Political Editor New York World. 

Rev. Jerome E. Rocjkwood, 
Rev. VoLNEY A. Sage, 
Donald J. Sinclair, 



Foil Du Lac, Wis. 
Mason, Mich. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

New York City. 
B., Shanghai, China. 

Walworth, N. Y. 
New York City. 

Logan, Iowa. 
Clyde, N. Y. 
Caledonia, N. Y. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four, 



William II. Davis, 
Nehemiah N. Denton, 
Charles Forbes, M. D., 

Professor in Free Academy. 

Rev. M. C. B. Oakley, 

Rev. Lucius B. Parmele, A. M. 

Hon. Sereno E. Payne, 

City Attorney. 

Tunis D. Toan, 



Kingsville, 0. 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Huntington, N. Y. 
Manlius, N. Y. 
Auburn, N. Y. 

Spencerport, N. Y. 



vn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty -five. 



I 



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William H. Allen, A. M., M. D., 
Rev. Wayland R. Benedict, 

Professor of Philosophy and History, Cin- 
cinnati University. 

Hamlet S. Briggs, 
Edwin S. Chittenden, 
William S. Kellogg, 
William H. Kenyon, 



Pekin, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 

Rochester, N. Y. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Pekin, 111. 
Oswego, N. Y. 



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Rev. James M'Whinney, 
Rev. William H. Shields, 
Augustus C. Winters, 

Principal Cook Academy. 



Portland, Me. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Havana, N. Y. 



vin. 



Eighleen Hundred and Sixly-six, 

Peter V. Jackson, Sterling, Montana Ter. 

Hon. Alexander B. Lamberton, Rochester, N. Y. 

n. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven, 



♦Josephus W. Allen, 
Rev. La Fayette Congdon, 
CoRTEz F. Cox, 
Thomas M. Martin, 
Rev. Charles D. Morris, 
Rev. William H. Strenger, 



Rochester, N. Y. 
Geneseo, N. Y. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Vienna, Wis. 
Toledo, 0. 
Zanesville, 0. 



William H. Truesdale, A. M., Clean, N. Y. 



vn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty -eight. 



Rev. David Crosby, 
Emil Kuechling, C. E. 
Rev. John Love, Jr., A. M., 
Reuben Styles, 



Lansing, Mich. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Chelsea, Mass. 
Des Moines, Iowa. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



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♦Samuel E. Baldwin, 
Rev. Forrest A. Marsh, 
Joseph M. MoMaster, 
Charles II. Palmer, 



Al])ion, N. Y. 
Independence, Iowa. 
Camden, N. Y. 
New York City. 



Henry L. Tolman, 

William E. Wayte, 

Rov. Theodore B. Williams, 

LiKUS WOOLVERSTON, 



Chicago, 111. 
Erie, Peiin. 
Movers, N. Y. 
Grimsby, Ont. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy, 



vin. 



♦Thomas A. Carle, 
Theodore F. Chapin, A. M., 

Professor Cook Academy. 

John II. Dennis, 
Jlev. Albert M. Duboc, 
Charles E. JIulbert, 



Coverts, N. Y. 
Havana, N. Y. 

South Nor walk. Conn. 
Den i son, Iowa. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 

V. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one, 



Francis W. Ayer, 

Rev. Marcellus A. Churchill, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Jacob A. Freiday, 
Albert J. Lyon, 
Frank W. Miller, M. D., 
Rev. John H. Scott, 
Wolsley C. Simpson, A. M., 
Rev. George F.^ Wilkin, 
Rev. Alfred M. Worcester, 



Philadelphia, Penn. 
Ningjio, China. 



Rochester Theo. Sem. 
Whippany, N. J. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Minonk, 111. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Meriden, Conn. 



IX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two, 



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Rev. Lewis H. Morey, 

Parker, 

Isaac A. Wile, 
Solomon Wile, 



Pittsford, N. Y. 



Rochester, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 



IV. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-lhree. 



Kev. Reuben Burton, 
♦George F. Goodwin, 
joun r. joslyn, 
Rev. George F. Linfield, 
James E. Wallace, 



E. Aurora, N. Y. 
Jeddo, N. Y. 
Elmira, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Rochester Theo. Sem. 



V. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



Francis E. Arnold, 
Homer C. Bristol, 
Albert F. Chadwick, 
♦John Clark, Jr., 
Charles E. Fairman, 
Frank E. Glen, 

Professor Rochester Free Academy. 

Charles B. Parker, 
Horace G. Pierce, 
Spencer H. Ware, 
A. Charles Wilkins, 



Rochester Theo. Sem. 
Rochester Theo. Sem. 
Mechanicsville, N. Y. 
Cohoes, N. Y. 
Up2)er Alton, Hh 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Cleveland, 0. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Upper Alton, HI. 
Rochester Theo. Sem. 

X. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five, 



Melvin E. Crowell, 
George F. McKibben, 
Theron Cutwater, 
Harvey J. Owen, 
Benjamin W. Reid, 
C. Richard Williams, 



Belfast, N. Y. 
Lima, 0. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
West Henrietta, N. Y. 
Paterson, N. J. 
Lei2)sic, Germany. 

VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six, 



4 



♦Francis E. Bixby, 
George W. Coon, 



Johnson's Creek, N. Y. 
Rochester Theo. Sem. 



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♦AudusTus Dalrymple, 
Kev. E. Clare Dodge, 
Jacob A. Driesz, 

♦Frank L. Morse, 
Fred. A. Vanderrurgii, 
Frank 1). Vreelaxd, 
Nathan Weidenthal, 



Stockton, N. J. 
Evans, Col. 
Lock2)()rt, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Rochester Tlieo. Sem. 
Paterson, N. J. 
Cleveland, 0. 

IX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 



E. Clarence Akin, 
Edward B. Angell, )\\ 
John E. Brown, 
Thaddeus W. Collins, Jr., 
Jeremiah Coombs, 
n. Adelbert Cronise, 
Herman K. Phinney, 



Auburn, N. Y. 
Waverly, N. Y. 
Gillette, N. J. 
Lyons, N. Y. 
Goshen, N. J. 
Lyons, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight. 



Clark M. Brikk, /. 
Albert W. Dyke, 
George F. Flannery, 
David Hays, »u 
Franklin L. Lord, 
Frank D. Phinney, 
Alexander Strachan, 
Franklin P. Warner, 
Roy C. Webster, 
Robert B. Wickes, -v 



Oswego, N. Y. 
IST. Stockholm, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Fredonia, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Orleans, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 

X. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine. 



John E. Bristol, 
Henry W. Conklin, 



Auburn, N. Y. 
Charlotte, N. Y. 




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DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY. 



Theodore S. Day, 
Thomas Phillips, 
John C. Raxsom, 
Henry G. Wile, 



Livonia, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Am boy, 0. 
Rocliester, N. Y. 



VL 



Eighleen Hundred and Eighty, 



William F. Faber, 
Solomon Hays, 
Louis H. Miller, 
Miner F. Miller, 
George W. Pye, 
William F. Strasmer, 
Oliver W. Warner, 



Buffalo, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
lirockport, N. Y. 
Ontario Center, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Orleans, N. Y. 



VII 




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iiibtur^ i^Hjtbr. 



Established in 1856. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Clark A. Batchelder, 

Joseph S. Cilley, 

Hon. Justin S.. Morrill, 

Rev. William Patton, D. D., 

J^HN W. Phelps, 

Rev. Warren W. Winchester, 



Boston, Mass. 
Brandon, Vt. 
Strafford, Vt. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Brattleboro, Vt. 
Bridport, Vt. 



VI. 



EigMeen Hundred and Fifty-seven, 



4 



Rev. Alanson S. Barton, 
Thomas Herbert Davis, 
Rev. Jeremiah N. Diament, 
Loyal Dorus Eldridge, 
Henry Smith Foote, 
Nehemiah White, 

Professor in St. Lawrence University. 

Rev. AzEL W. Wild, 



Middlebury, Vt. 
Henrico Co., Va. 
Grant, Penn. 
Middlebury, Vt.' * 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Akron, 0. 



Peach am, Vt. 



VII. 



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MIDDLEBURT CHAPTER 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifly-eigM. 



♦Rev. Charles F. Abbott, 

George Fisher, 
♦Rev. Calvin H. Flower, 
♦Daniel M. Howard, 

Rev. George A. Rock wood, 

Julius Wilcox, 



Bristol, N. H. 
Cairo, 111. 
ParishviUe, N. Y. 
Benson, Vt. 
Rensselaer Falls, N. Y 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

VT. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



Rev. John G. Bailey, 
Rev. Silas Leroy Blake, 
♦M. p. S. Cadwell, 

Captain U. 8. Army. 

George Erastus Lane, 
♦Rev. Seth W. Segur, 

Rev. Milton L. Severance, 
♦Rev. Lyman S. Watts, 



Windsor, Mo. 
Concord, N. 11. 
Xew Haven, Vt. 

Willianistown, Vt. 
Gloucester, Miiss. 
Orwell, Vt. 
Barnard, Vt. 

vn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty, 



Bovette B. Bishop, 
Rev. Henry P. Higley, 
Rev. Giles F. Montgomery, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Elijah B. Sherman, 
Charles G. Steele, 
Rev. John B. Steele, 
Henry H. Vail, 
Rev. Edward P. Wild, 
Rev. John K. Williams, 



Lewis, N. Y. 
Beloit, Wis. 
Adana, Turkey, 

Chicago, 111. 
Newport, Vt. 
Middlebury, Vt. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Newport, Vt. 
W. Rutland, Vt. 



IX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 



Joseph G. Colt, 
♦James T. Gove, 



Brookfield, Vt. 
Lincoln, Vt. 



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♦George E. Joslin, 

Rev. Moses M. Martin, 

Rev. S. B. Partridge, 

Lyman W. Peet, 
*Rev. James E. Pierce, 

Late Prof, of Hebrew in Aubarn Theo. Sem. 

Linus E. Sherman, 



Vergennes, Vt. 
Maze Manie, Wis. 
Bankok, Siam. 
Cornwall, Vt. 
Auburn, N. Y. 

Colorado Springs, Col. 

vin. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-lwo. 



Lyman E. Knapp, 
Rev. William A. Robinson, 
♦Arthur T. Wilder, 



Middlebury, Vt. 
Homer, N. Y. 
Dixmont, Me. 



in. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-lhree, 



♦Albert A. Crane, 
Hon. George Graham, 
Daniel W. Holmes, 
W. H. Proctor, 
Rev. Frank H. Seeley, 



Bridport, Vt. 
Tomah, Wis. 
Whiting, Vt. 



Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

V. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four, 



Rev. George H. Bailey, 
♦Henry W. Bennett, 
Francis M. Edgerton, 
Rev. Calvin Day Noble, 
Charles E. Prentiss, M. D., 



Middlebury, Vt. 
New York City. 
Riverside, Cal. 
Washington, D. C. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five. 



♦EZEKIEL W. DiMOND, 

Late Professor in Dartmoath College. 

♦Henry Jonas Flint, 



Hanover, N. H. 
Dalton, Mass. 



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MIDDLEBURY CU AFTER 



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Rev. EvARTS B. Kent, 
William Henry Rand, 

Principal of Ban* Seminary. 

Henry Hattric Shaw, 



Micliigan City, Ind. 
Keene, N. H. 



-, N. H. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six, 



Rev. WiLLARD D. Brown, 
John W. Lovett, 
Rev. Nathan R. Nichols, 
♦Merritt B. Page, 
Rev. Le Roy M. Pierce, 
Rev. Eugene J. Ranslow, 



Gilbertsville, Mass. 
Middlebiiry, Vt. 
Barnet, Vt. 
Oregon, Wis. 
Benardston, Mass. 
Wells River, Vt. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Cyrus B. .Boynton, 
L. Vernon Ferris, 



Springfield, Vt. 
Windsor, Vt. 



VI. 



n. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight, 



Charles Nash Bell, 
Alfred E. Higley, 
Edwin Hall Higley, 

Professor in Middlebary College. 

Rev. Charles H. Rowley, 



St. Paul, Minn. 
Castleton, Vt. 
Middlebiiry, Vt. 

Potsdam Junction, N. Y. 

IV. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Henry S. Baker, 
Martin E. Cady, 

Principal Troy Conference Academy. 

Anthony Carr, 
Rev. RuFUS C. Flagg, 



River Falls, Wis. 
Poultney, Vt. 

St. Joseph, Mich. 
North Andover, Mass. 

IV. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Martin E. Severance, 
Eugene F. Wright, 



Afton, Mich. 
Pecatonia, HI. 



n. 



Eightem Hundred and Seventy-one, 



F. Huntington Bottum, 
Christopher W. Hall, 
Walter E. Howard, 

Principal State Normal School. 

Rev. Lewis L. Lawrence, 



Milwaukee, Wis. 
Leipsic, Germany. 
Castleton, Vt. 

No. Granville, N. Y. 

IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 



Rev. Kerr Anderson, 
Robert M. Bailey, * 
Charles B. Cooke, 
Charles W. Howard, 
Charles F. Kingsley, 
Rev. Henry M. Ladd, 
Rev. Edgar L. Walker, 



Milwaukee, Wis. 
Middlebury, Vt. 
Middlebury, Vt. 
Shoreham, Vt. 
Salisbury, Vt. 
Walton, N. Y. 
Bristol, Vt. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 



Clarence E. Blake, 
George W. Brooks, 
Rev. Wells H. Utley, 
Rev. Herbert M. Tenney, 



Boynton, Me. 
Andover Theo. Sem. 
Pontiac, Mich. 
Steubenville, 0. 

rv. 



♦^H 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



Loren H. Batchelder, 

Professor Natural Sciences. 

T. Whitney Darling, 



Hackettstown, N. J. 
Yale Theological Sem. 




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MIDDLEBURT CHAPTER. 



Otis S. Eaton, 
Curtis C. Gove, 

Principal Westport Academy. 

George G. Ryan, 

Professor Claverack Institatc. 

Bradford P. Sparrow, 

Clerk of Criminal Coart. 

Rev. Austin 0. Spoor, 



Ennis, Texiis. 
Westport, N. Y. 

Claverack, N. Y. 

Washington, D. C. 

Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

VII. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-five, 



Lyman D. Bragg, 
John F. Reynolds, 
Henry T. Whitney, 



Boston Theo. Sem. 
Irona, Vt. 
Brattleboro, N. H. 



III. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six, 



Edward H. Baxter, 
Thomas E. Boyce, 
Walter I. Brown, 

Professor in Rutland Military Institate. 

EiNioN Cranog-Val Evans, 
Charles G. Farwell, 
Horace P. James, 
Charles L. Linsley, 

Principal Brattleboro Academy. 

William A. Remele, 

G. B. F. WiLLARD, 



Saranac Lake, N. Y. 
Middlebury, Vt. 
Rutland, Vt. 

Theo. Sem., Oberlin, 0. 
Ludlow, Vt. 

Theo. Sem., Oberlin, 0. 
W. Brattleboro, Vt. 

Yale Theo. Seminary. 
Whitehall, 111. 

IX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 



James M. Gifford, 
J. Mervin Hull, 
Calvin B. Moody, 
Harry P. Stimson, 
Benjamin M. Weld, 



New Haven, Vt. 
Ludlow, Vt. 
Waterbury, Vt. 
Ludlow, Vt. 
Groton, Vt. 




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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight, 

William J. Fish^'UV Hampton, N. Y. 

James W. Flagg, Manchester, Vt. 

Charles B. Goodrich, " Orange, Vt. 
♦Frank A. Leavenworth, Randolph, Vt. 

Edwin E. Kogers, Wallingford, Vt. 

William H. Shaw, Wallingford, Vt. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine. 

Henry W. Hulbert, Middlebury, Vt. 

Ira E. Leonard, Hampton, N. Y. 

Hazen M. Parker, Peacham, Vt. 

Henry Wade, Waterbury, Vt. 



rv. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty. 

Perley W. Griswold, Rutland, Vt. 

Willis A. Guernsey, Milton, Vt. 



II. 




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DELTA UPSTLON FRATERNITY, • 



91 "* 



\n{^m Slairfar. 



Established in 1858. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



George W. Atherton, A. M., 
E. A. BowsAR, A. M., C. E., 
Kev. Jacob S. Wykoff, '53, 



Prof. Rutgers Col., N.J. 
Prof. Eutgers Col., N.J. 
Wood Haven, L. I. 



III. 



Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-nine, 



W. H. Bartles, 
*Rev. J. R. Brock, 
Rev. Alonzo p. Peeke, 
Rev. J. Kelly Rhinehart, 
Rev. Samuel J. Rogers, 
Rev. A. J. Sebrikg, 
Rev. J. Howard Van Doren, 

Missionary A. B. C. F. M., Amoy, China. 

Rev. H. M. Voorhees, 



Philadelphia, Penn. 
Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Rhinebeck, N. Y. 
Dunnsville, N. Y. 
Port Jervis, N. Y. 
Mellenville, N. Y. 
Magee's Corners, N. Y. 

Churchville, N. Y. 

VIIT. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty, 



Rev. John W. Beardslee, 
Rev. JosiAH J. Brown, 



Constantine, Mich. 
Toledo, 0. 



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RUTGERS CHAPTER 



Rev. RiniARi) Dewitt, 
Ecv. Andrew J. IIagemax, 
Rev. Wm. Joxes Skillmax, 
Abraham Suydam, 
Rev. Egbert Winter, 



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Kingston, N. Y. 
Ilageman's Mills, X. Y. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Trenton, N. J. 
Pel la, Iowa. 

VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one, 



. Rev. (r. De Witt Bodine, 
♦John W. Borst, 
Kev. James Wyckoff, 



Bushnell, 111.. 
Middleburgh, N. Y. 
Germantown, N. Y. 



III. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-two, 



Robert B. Kixsell, M. C, 

Charles II. Riggs, 

Kev. John V. N. Schenk, 

Rev. Elbert N. Sebring, 

Rev. N. HixoN Van Arsdale, 

Jacob H. Van Ness, 

Rev. William H. Vroom, 



Washington, D. C. 
Warwick, N. Y. 
Pompton Plains, N. J. 
Fairfield, N". J. 
Chatham, N. Y. 
Newark, N. J. 
High Falls, N. Y. 



vn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three, 



Rev. George A. Mills, 
Rev. Charles H. Pool, 
Rev. George W. Swain, 



Castleton, N. Y. 
Raritan, N. J. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



in. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



Rev. James II. Bertholf, 
Benjamin F. Decker, 
Jared Hasbrouck, 



New York City. 
Campbell Hall, N. Y. 
Alligerville, N. Y. 



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Eev. Thomas W. Jones, Fonda, N. Y. 

William H. Kling, Brooklyn, L. I. 

T. L. Stringer, Delhi, N. Y. 

VI. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five, 

Henry J. Brown, Jr., Detroit, Mich. 

Thomas L. Gulick, Honolulu, Sand. Islands. 

Rev. Adrian Westveer, Dayton, N. J. 

in. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 

Rev. A. Augustus Bookstaver, Montgomery, N. Y. 
♦Charles P. Demorest, Warwick, N. Y. 

Rev. Peter Van Buskirk, Closter City, N. J. 

ni. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven, 

Samuel R. Demarest, Closter, N. J. 

Benjamin C. Nevius, Dover, N. J. 



II. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight, 

Daniel Talmage, Brooklyn, L. I. 

♦Edward C. Thomas, Suisun, Cal. 

♦William J. Wyckoff, East New York, L. I. 



in. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine, 

Rev. Theo. D. Frazee, New Market, N. J. 

William E. Griffis, New York City. 

Formerly Professor in Government 

College, Yeddo, Japan. I 

♦^H *=h 



Rev. John Hart, 
Rev. George Warne Labaw, 
Rev. Edward Lodewick, 
George W. Robinsox, 



Neshanic, N. J. 
Saugerties, N. Y. 
Park Ridge, N. J. 
Totteiiville, N. Y. 



VT. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy, 



Rev. Luther Barton, 
John G. Cortelyon, 
♦Willet Denike, Jr., 

Late ABsiBtant Attorney Gen., Soathem N. Y. 

Henry N. Marsh, 

Captain 189th N. J. V. 

Rev. John F. McLaury, 
Rev. Nicholas Pearse, 
Rev. R. Augustus Pearse, 
Rev. Jacob W. Schenck, 



New York City. 
Harlingen, N. J. 
Woodbridge, N. J. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

Shavertown, N. Y. 
New Salem, N. Y. 
Minaville, N. Y. 
Stockport, N. Y. 

VIII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one, 



John L. Connet, 
Rev. Andrew Hageman, 
John H. Jackson, 
WiNFiELD S. Lasher, 

Civil Engineer, Brie Canal. 

Rev. John H. Wyckoff, 



Readington, N. J. 
Queens, N. Y. 
Railway, N. J. 
Albany, N. Y. 

Vellore, India. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-lii'o. 



Edward F. Brooks, 

George H. Large, 

Rev. Wm. J. Leggett, 

Rev. Benjamin C. Miller, Jr., 

Rev. M. N. Wyckoff, 



New Brunswick, N. J. 
Flemington, N. J. 
Schodack, N. Y. 
Roxbury, N. Y. 
Fukui, Japan. 



V. 






Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-lhree. 



Rev. Fred. E. Allen, 
Fletcher Clark, 
George R. Dixson, 
Daniel T. Hanxhurst, 
John H. C. Nevins, 
William H. Page, 
Claudius Rockefeller, 

Formerly ProfesBor in Hudson Inetitate. 

Rev. Isaac S. Schenck, 



Newark, N. J. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Ridgeway, Pa. 
New York City. 
Stuyvesant, N. Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Hudson, N. Y. 

New Brunswick, N.. J. 

VIII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four. 



R. Watson Brokaw, 
John P. Clum, 
Ephraim Cutter, 
John Oppie, 



Somerset, Kan. 
Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
Woodbridge, N. J. 
Griggstown, N. J. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five. 



John H. Ackerman, 
Hendrick a. Hendrickson, 
John H. Salisbury, 
John Preston Searle, 
James G. Sutphen, 
Benjamin V. D. Wyckoff, 



Englewood, N. J. 
Queens, N. Y. . 
Catskill, N. Y. 
Wyckoff, N. J. 
Mill&tone, N. J. 
Middlebush, N. J. 



IV. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six. 



Spencer H. C. Devan, 
John Edward Lyall, 
Peter H. Milliken, 
Carlton B. Pierce, 



New Brunswick, N. J. 
Hudson, N. Y. 
Bloomingburgh, N. Y. 
Cooperstown, N. Y. 




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W ^^'>>»>»*'W, 



Eighleen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 

i*»i«iujoHN Q. Van DerveerA v.'..'/?.\t, North Branch, N. J. 

JWm. H. Van SteenbergJ^ "^ Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

^//^Ienry YEGUTEyC^^-^^/^y^ Harlingen, N. J. 
%jA Rue VREDENBERGj^'^t^^'^^" Springfield, 111. 
William R. Whitehead, Trenton, N. J. 

ILLIAM F. Wyckoff, Wood Haven, K Y. 



96 



RUTGERS CHAPTER. 



Foster McGowan Voorhees, 
La Rue Vred^inberg, 
Theodore H. Walser, 



Clinton, N. J. 
Somerville, N. J. 
New Brighton, N. Y. 



vn. 



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VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight. 



Robert Prentice, 
William A. Scudder, 
Egbert Tears, 
Walter L. Lawrence, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Shawangunk, N. Y. 
Newton, N. J. 



rv. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-nine. 



Herman Hageman, 
Seaman Miller, 
Cornelius Schenck, 
Theodore Shafer, 
George Van Derveer, 



Readington, N. J. 
Germ an town, N. Y. 
New Brunswick, N. J. 
Cedar Hill, N. Y. 
Somerville, N. J. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty. 



Bevier H. Slight, 
Sherman Van Ness, Jr., 
W. W. Voorhees, Jr., 



Sleightsburgh, N. Y. 
Hudson, N. Y. 
Clinton, N. J. 

III. 



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Established in 1859. 



MEMBERS 



Rev. Edsall Ferris, Erie, Pa. 

Professor in Pennsylvania College. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty. 

Rev. Albert Dilavorth, E. Palestine, 0. 

Rev. Robert Todd McMahox, Calcutta, 0. 

♦James W. Melvin, New Castle, Pa. 

John Steele Paxton, Grand view. 111. 



T. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-one. 

Rev. William C. Kuhn, Shade Gap, Pa. 

John W. Lai/ghlin, Washington, 0. 

Rev. Joseph A. Leyenberger, Ningpo, China. 

Rev. David M. McClellan, West Hebron, N. Y. 



IV. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixiy-two. 
Rev. Albert Johxson Caldwell, So. St. Louis., Mo. 



Rev. Stephen A. Califf, 
Rev. Stephen^ P. Gates, 
James P. McVicker, 
James G. Sloan, 
John Sumney, 



East Smithfield, Pa. 
Canton, Pa. 
White Hall, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 
Dunningsville, Pa. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-three, 



Hugh W. Boyd, 
John J. Jordan, 
Rev. Hugh Y. Leiper, 

♦Samuel T. Robinson, 
Robert L. Stewart, 
Thomas H. Stewart, 

♦Hugh Weir, 



Clockeyville, Pa. 
Good Intent, Pa. 
Hookstown, Pa. 
Raymond, Miss. 
Canonsburgh, Pa. 
Murraysville, Pa. 
Strabane, Pa. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four, 



George F. Baker, 

James Potter Barron, 

James Black, 

Rev. Augustine Breese, 

Rev. Robert M. Brown, 

Rev. Eben Caldwell, 

Rev. William H. Gill, 

Rev. Chares Knepper, 

Robert E. Sharp, 

George M. Templeton, 

Rev. Alexander S. Thompson, 

Dickson R. Waggoner, 



Steeleville, Pa. 
Buchanan, W. Va. 
Canonsburgh, Pa. 
Fort Dodge, Iowa. 
Irwin, Pa. 
Nashville, 0. 
Allegheny City, Pa. 
Steinsville, Pa. 
Nevvville, Pa. 
Canonsburgh, Pa. 
Worthington, Pa. 
Pulaski, Pa. 

XII. 



DELTA UP8IL0N FRATERNITY. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-five, 



Rev. Ahaz N. Alcott, 
Patterson T. Caldwell, 
Charles F. W. Cranemeyer, 
James Grier, Jr., 
Thomas Hindman, 
Rev. S. Hunter McKown, 
Rev. Robert P. Shaw, 



Savannah, 111. 
Youngstown, 0. 
Allegheny City, Pa. 
Noblestown, Pa. 
Dayton, Pa. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Saginaw City, Mich. 



VIT. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six, 



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John Anderson, 

Rev. Samuel M. Davis, 

Rev. William J. Hamilton, 

Rev. Robert C. McPherson, 

William J. Myers, 

J. Douglas Shafer, 

Charles H. Smith, 

Rev. Robert L. Stewart, 

Johnson E. Walter, 

Rev. John N. Wilson, 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Wells ville, 0. 
Lexington, Pa. 
Landisburgh, Pa. 
Steubenville, 0. 
Bakerstown, Pa. 
Franklin, Ind. 
Golden, Col. 
West Newton, Pa. 
Newton, Iowa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven, 



James L. Black, 
Rev. Bankhead Boyd, 
Rev. John A. Cambpell, 

D. R. McKnight, Jr., 

E. E. RIPPEL, 
James Herron Scott, 



Canbnsburgh, Pa. 
Clokeyville,. Pa. 
Lexington, Ind. 
Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 
Toledo, 0. 
Rural Hill, Pa. 



VI. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-eigM. 

J. Edgah S. Bell, Finlcjvillo, Va. 

Edwahii (Jkay CoMisflo, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rev. NiivtLi.E B. C. Cominoo, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rev. D.WM) B. Flemin-(i, Antlover, III. 

JoHS M. Fres(;h, fanmisburgh. Pa. 

ExocH Sorxii Oans, New Geneva, Pa. 

R«v, John S. Glendennin'o, Hany, III. 

Joseph I). Wilsos, North Bend, Wis. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 

Rev, HiLA« Cooke, Nolsonville, 0. 

AxDREW Steele Miller, Canonsimrgh, Pa. 

J. Ki&K Pierce, Marion, Iowa. 

Elmer Poulson, Holmesville, 0. 



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Established in 1865. 



MEMBERS. 



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NAMES. CLASS. RESIDENCES. 

*Rev. Isaac Ferris, D. D., LL. D., New York City. 

Late Chan. New York Uniyersity. 

Rev. Henry M. Baird, Ph. D., New York City. 

Prof. Oreek, New York University. 

n. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-five, 

Rev. Thomas Burnet, Orinoco, Minn. 

I. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 

Chalmers D. Chapman, Irvington, N. J. 

Samuel B. Duryea, Brooklyn, L. I. 

Rev. S. Gedney Keyser, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

♦Isaac Ferris Ludlam, New York City. 

♦Rev. John Ogle, Jr., Stapleton, L. I. 

Rev. Henry Spellmeyer, Jr., Newark, N. J. 

VI. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven, 

Rev. D. D. JuTTEN, New York City. 

James F. Rhodes, Cleveland, 0. 

Rev. Frank A. Wood, Abeih, Syria. 



III. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight, 

E. S. T. Kennedy, New York City. 

William Leslie Ludlam, New York City. 

John B. Talmage, Whitehouse, N. J. 

James C. Thompson, *'• , New York City. 

rv. 

•4 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 

George F. Behringer, Port Richmond, N. Y. 

Rev. R. W. Haskins, Derry, N. H. 

Charles Edward Horr, Brooklyn, L. I. 

J. W. Root, New York City. 

N. B. SiZER, Brooklyn, L. I. 

James C. Thomson, Monroe, N. Y. 



VT. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy, 

J. M. Denton, Jamaica, L. I. 

John Reid, New York City. 

John C. Van Dewenter, Jersey City, N. J. 

ni. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one, 
Borden P. Bowne, New York City. 

Professor German and Spanish, N. Y. U. 

Rev. Theodore F. Burnham, Greenport, L. I. 

Rev. Abraham S. Isaacs, Germany. 

H. Morton Reed, Brooklyn, L. I. 



rv. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two, 



William H. Atwood, 
Marcus D. Buell, 
John C. Cozens, 
Maybury W. Fleming, 
Ralph W. Lillie, 
Herbert A. Loring, 
John G. Van Horne, 



Jersey City, N. J. 
Williamsburgh, L. I. 



New York City. 



Dover, Me. 
Jersey City, N. J. 



VII 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 



Hans Beattie, 


New York City. 


John Knox Brighman, 


New York City. 


James W. Hillman, 


New York City. 


William H. Hoff, 


New York City. 


Albert Lignot, 


New York City. 


R. P. Messiter, 


New York City. 


D. S. SCHAFF, 


New York City. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



James Harris Balston, 
Martin J. Browne, 
Richard Ferris, 
Charles J. Hedrick, 
William Medcalfe, 
w. 0. schwarzwaelder, 
A. S. D. Thomson, 



Greenpoint, L. I. 
New York City. 
Belleville, N. J. 
Georgetown, D. C. 
United States Army. 
Brooklyn, L. I. 
Edinburgli, Scotland. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six, 



Charles Atkinson, 
Eugene D. Bagen, 



New York City. 
New York City. 



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104 



NEW YORK CHAPTER 



Lyman S. Linsox, 
James M. Riker, 



Greenpoint, L. I. 
Schraalenburgh, N. J. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-seven, 



S. Wilbur Henderson, 



Hempstead, L. I. 



I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight, 



Adalos Allen, 
William R. Ballard, 
H. Randel Baremore, 
Delancy Carter, 
Samuel L. Cooper, 
William C. F. Doscher. 
Albert W. Ferris, 
William A. Howell, Jr., 
Robert H. T. Manenner, 
Warren M. Osborn, 
William H. Scudder, 
G. Thompson, 
I. D. Turner, 



Jersey City Heights. 
New York City. 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
Belleville, N. J. 
Newark, N. J. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
New York City. 
New York City. 



XIII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine, 



Ernest L. Alexander, 
James D. Ferris. 
George V. Rockwell, 



New York City. 
Belleville, N. J. 
Newark, N. J. 



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u\n\i \mtu S^Hplar. 



Established in 1865. 



105 




MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Maj. Gen. J. C. Lee, 

Ex-Lieut. Governor of Ohio. 

*Rev. James Shaw, D. D., 



Toledo, 0. 
Windham, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-five, 



William E. Strong, 

John G. White, 

Henry Woodruff, A. M., 

Ed. St. Paul Daily Evening Journal. 



Cliillicothe, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
St. Paul, Minn. 



111. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



Rev. George F. Fitch, 

Missionary A. B. C. P. M. 

Rev. Heber a. Ketch um. 
Rev. John N. Wilson, 



Batavia, 0. 

New Richmond, 0. 
Salem, 0. 

Til. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven, 






♦William a. Comstock, 
Rev. John H. Jones, 

14 



Cuyahoga Falls, 0. 
Bristolville, 0. 



II. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-eigM. 

Hermok Bronson, Akron, 0. 

Fred. B. Buss, Cliicago, 111. 

George Lee, M. D., Stroiigsville, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 

Herbert W. Bill, Cleveland, 0. 

Rev. Addison M. Ciiapin, Solon, 0. 

Avery Gallup, Denver, Col. 

Sinclair J. Hatfield, Apple Creek, 0. 
Rev. J. Ernest Julian, A. M., Marion, 0. 

Rev. Howard R. Parmelee, Mesopotamia, 0. 

Rev. JosiAH Strong, Sandusky, 0. 



III. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy, 

Marcus E. Cozad, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

JosiAH De La Mater, Bismark, Dakota Ter 

John McRobinson, Calhoun, 111. 

Rev. F. D WIGHT Seward, Hannibal, N. Y. 

Rev. Charles R. Seymour, Newburyport, Mass. 

Rev. Joel M. Seymour, Brookfield, Mass. 

William F. Sliney, Cleveland, 0. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one, 

Frederick H. Cobb, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant Bngiueer, Board Pablic Works. 

Rev. Henry Farwell, Rome, 0. 

*Rev. James M. Shavp-, Cheefoo, China. 

III. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two, 

Rev. William Barker, Putuagiri, India. 

Rev. A. Delano Blakeslee, Brownhelm, 0. 



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Rev. DwiGHT L. Chapin, 

Dakiel W. Curtin, , 

Charles R. Grant, 

Rev. Lyman^ E. Hanna, 

Anthoky Housel, 

Rev. Robert J. Matthews, 

Wilson S. Orr, 

Rev. William A. Robinson, 

Rev. Robert D. Scott, 

DwiGHT R. Thompson, 



Middeport, 0. 
Toledo, 0. 
Akron, 0. 
Palmyra, Mich. 
Canton, 0. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Wooster, 0. 
Willoughby, 0. 
Youngstown, 0. 
Delaware, 0. 



xn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three. 



^^ 



107 



J. P. Dawley, 
Rev. Ferdinand V. Krug, 
Rev. George D. Marsh, 
Rev. Samuel C. Palmer, 
Joseph H. Vance, 



Cleveland, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Northfield, 0. 
Windham, 0. 
Belle Valley, Penn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four. 



Charles W. Foote, A. M., 
William G. Jenkins, 

Principal Deaf and Dumb Institate. 

Thomas S. Scott, 

Union Theological Seminary. 

Samuel St. J. Wright, M. D., 



Ithaca, N. Y. 
Little Rock, Ark. 

New York City. 

Tallmadge, 0. 



IV. 






Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five. 



*Fred. S. Bill, 
A. C. Brown, 

Union Theological Seminary. 

John P. Jones, 
Alonzo W. Lawrence, 



Cuyahoga Falls, 0. 
New York City. 

And'vrTheo. Sem.Mass. 
Allegheny, Pa. 

IV. 




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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six, 



Frank A. Bissell, 
Lemuel B. Bissell, 
M. E. Chapin, 
R. W. Harrington, 
John Stuart McClure, 



Yale Theo. Sem., Conn, 
lola, Kan. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Cuyahoga Falls, 0. 
Poland, 0. 

V. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven. 



William Vinet Chapin, 
Will Dodge, 
Wilson D. Sexton, 
William L. Swan, 



Spartansburgh, Pa. 
New Lyme, 0. 
Poland, 0. 
New Hagerstown, 0, 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy -eight. 



Newton B. Hobart, h; 
Louis A. Kelly, 
Henry T. McEwen, 



Cleveland, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Mercer, Pa. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine. 



JuDSON E. Strong, 
Isaac M. Swift, 
George E. Turrill, 



Cleveland, 0. 
Astabula, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 



rv. 



ni. 



in. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty. 



J. B. Harrington, 
Henry Hosford, 
Charles Tothurst, 
David T. Williams, 
Alfred Wolcott, 
John A. Wright, 



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Cleveland, 0. 
Hudson, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Youngstown, 0. 
Boston, 0. 
Bellevue, 0. 

VI. 

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109 '^ 




mtt$0tt ©Ipjrfir. 



Established in 1866. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Rev. T. D. Anderson, D. D., 

Rev. Thomas Armitage, D. D., 

Rev. John Dowling, D. D., 

Rev. A. G. Frost, 

Rev. T. A. T. Hanna, 

Rev. Hiram Hutchins, D. D., 

Rev. A. J. Lyon, 

Rev. W. H. Pendleton, 

Rev. H. G. Weston, D. D., 

President of Crozer Theological Seminary. 

Rev. Leo M. Wpodruff, 



New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
Bay City, Mich. 
Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hamilton, 0. 
New York City. 
Upland, Pa. 

Detroit, Mich. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-six, 



♦Charles T. Eaton, 
George L. C. Hanna, 
Elisha p. Hickok, 

Principal of Olive St. Seminary. 

William S. Mitchell, 
Rev. Clark B. Oakley, 
Rev. Henry H. Peabody, 
William G. Walker, 



Hamilton, N. Y. 
Half Moon, N. Y. 
Leavenworth, Kan. 

Montrose, Pa. 
Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 
Rome, N. Y. 
Fox Lake, Wis. 

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CIIAPTEB. 




Fdg%leen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 




Charles E. Becker, 


Niantic, Conn. 




Rev. David B. Jutien, 


Washington, D. C. 




Albert M. Prentice, 


Rliinebeck, N. Y. 




James M. Taylor, A. M., 


Hamilton, N. Y. 




Professor of Pure Math, in Madison University. 

rv. 




Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight 




Joseph H. Shoards, 


New York City. 




Cor. Sec. A. B. H. M. Soc. 


I. 




Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 




Rev. Edv^ard K. Chandler, 


Rockford, 111. 




Rev. James W. Ford, 


Canandaigua, N. Y. 




Rev. Silas W. Hatch, 


Adams, N. Y. 




Editor Jefferson Co. "Journal." 






Charles Pratt, B. P., 


Hamilton, N. Y. 




Rev. Jabez Snashall, 


Marshall, Mich. 




Rev. Nelson Suiton, 


Oil City, Pa. 




George A. Thomas, 


Norwich, N. Y. 




♦George 0. Whitney, 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 

VIII. 




• 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 




Rev. Francis M. Beebee, 


Coventry, N. Y. 




Perry C. Bentley, 


Westford, N. Y. 


• 


Rev. William T. C. Hanna, 


Troy, N. Y. 




Rev. Henry C. Leach, 


Hancock, N. Y. 




John F. Murphy, A. M., 


N. Colebrook, Ct. 




Rev. J. J. Townsend, 


N. Tiondon, Ct. 




Rev. Theodore Truve, 


Gottenburgh, Sweden. 

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EigMeen Hundred and Sevenly-one, 








Wardwell Beach, 


Syracuse, N. Y. 








Kev. WooDLEY W. Campbell, 


China. 








Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Leonard J. Dean, 


Ea«st Jaffrey, N. H. 








Rev. William H. Dorward, 


Wilson, N. Y. 








Alanson Dunklee, 


Cooper's Plains, N. Y. 








Rev. Edward Ellis, 


Chicago, 111. 








Rev. Alfred Eree, 


Philadelphia, Pa. 








Rev. Charles F. Hull, 


New York City. 








♦Philo W. Sackeit, 


Burdette, N. Y. 








♦Eugene M. Searle, 


New York City. 








Thomas H. Tuson, 


Manchester, N. H. 

Xf. 








EigMeen Hundred and Sevenly-lwo. 








Rev. Horatio Brotherton, 


Worcester, N. Y. 








Rev. Adoniram J. Chandler, 


Chester, Vt. 








Rev. George T. Dowling, 


Syracuse, N. Y. 








Rev. Marcus C. Mason, 


Assam. 








MiBBionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. San Myasah, 


• 

Rangoon, Burmah. 








Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 

Rev. Judson 0. Perkins, 


Copenhagen, N. Y. 








Rev. E. G. Phillips, 


Assam. 








Missionary A. B. C. F. M. 
Rev. C. A. PiDDOCK, 


Claremont, N. H. 








Rev. H. 0. Rowlands, 


Whitestown, N. Y. 








Henry Thompson, 


New York City. 








*P. E. TiNKLEPAUGH, 


Rensselaerville, N. Y. 

XT. 








EigMeen Hundred and Seventy-three, 


% 






B. W. Barker, A. B., 


Hamilton, N. Y. 








Rev. W. E. Bates, 


Lanark, 111. 








Rev. E. H. Bronson, 


Haddam, Conn. 




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Rev. J. H. COPELAND, 

*J. Parker Cottrell, 
William W. Eastman, 
Rev. F. O'Connor Ekings, 
James W. Ford, A. B., 

Professor Colgate Academy. 

Rev. S. H. Green, 
Rev. A. S. HoBART, 
Rev. C. H. Merrill, 
William L. Paddock, A. B., 
Rev. James A. Pierce, 
Rev. George E. Weeks, 
Rev. Asa J. Wilcox, 



Glen's Falls, N. Y. 
Turkey, N. J. 
Bloomingdale, 111. 
Mount Holly, N. J. 
Hamilton, N. Y. 

Cazenovia, N. Y. 
Morris, N. Y. 
Carthage, N. Y. 
New York City. 
Poultney, Vt. 
Belmont, N. Y. 
East Newark, N. J. 



XV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four. 



Rev. John C. Allen, 
Andrew W. Clark, 
Abraham G. Miller, 

Principal Morris Academy. 

William R. Rowland, 

Principal Hamilton Union School. 

Archibald C. Wheaton, 



Newark, N. J. 
Gilbertsville, N. Y. 
Morris, N. Y. 

Hamilton, N. Y. 

Hamilton Theo. Sem. 

V. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-jive, 




JuDsoN C. Barber, 
Rev. T. G. BicKFORD, Jr., 
Edwin J. Bronson, A. B., 
Rev. Amos D. Clark, 
Henry C. Lyon, A. B., 
Melvin M. Mills, 
David E. Post, 
L. H. RoBSON, A. B., 
Robert N. Van Doren, 



Hamilton Theo. Sem. 
Lowville, N. Y. 
Newton, Mass. 
Italy Hollow, N. Y. 
Westport, N. Y. 
Hamilton Theo. Sem. 
Hamilton Theo. Sem. 
Reading Center, N. Y. 
Hamilton Theo. Sem. 

IX. 



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EigMeen Hundred and Seventy-six, 



Rev. A. Wayland Bourn, 

William L. Kolb, 

P. H. Moore, 

Charles A. Nichols, 

A. K. Sutton, 

Rev. Thomas J. Whitaker, 



Newark, N. J. 
Hamilton Tlieo. Sciii. 
Hamilton Tlieo. 8om. 
Hamilton Theo. 8em. 
Hardwick, Vt. 
Preston, N. Y. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 



David Forrester Call, 
Delevan Daniel Dean, 
Edward Willis Douglass, 
Albert Clark Hill, 
William Almor Spinney, 
Adoniram .Judson Walrath, 
Sheldon Edgar Wilcox, 



Hampton, Iowa. 
Morrisville, N. Y. 
Stephen town, N. Y. 
Belleville, N. Y. 
Boston, Mass. 
Evans Mills, N. Y. 
Waupaca, Wis. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight, 



Judson C. Brown, 
Thaddeus G. Cass, 
Cornelius J. Clark, 
Smith T. Ford, 
William S. Garnsey, 
Arthur C. Heath, 
Clarence C. Hobart, 
George E. Hubbard, 
Warren G. Partridge, 
Benjamin S. Terry, 

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Masonville, N. Y. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Cartha^S N. Y. 
Camden, N. Y. 
So. Ballston, N. Y. 
Farnington, Del. 
Burlington, Vt. 
Cartilage, N. Y. 
Portland, Me. 
St. Paul, Minn. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine, 



Edmund T. Allek, 
Albert P. Brigham, 
William W. Pratt, 
WiLLARD D. Richardson, 
Levi D. Temple, 
Washington D. Underhill, 



Dayton, 0. 
Perry, N. Y. 
Fredericksburg, Va. 
Eaton, N. Y. 
Granville, N. Y. 
Chatanooga, Tenn. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty. 



RuFus N. Backus, 
Joseph C. Barney, 
Charles W. Booth, 
Lewis A. Eaton, 
S. Frank Hamblin, 
J. Welland Hendrick, 
Charles E. Hughes, 
William J. Leonard, 

J. JUDSON PlERSON, 

George B. Turnbul, 
George A. Williams, 



Palmyra, N. Y. 
Granville, 0. 
Le Roy, N. Y. 
Salem, Mass. 
Osage, Iowa. 
Havana, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Leonardville, N. J. 
Plainfield, N. J. 
Pitcher, N. Y. 
Bartlett, N. Y. 



XI. 




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Established in 1866. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. CLASS. RESIDENCES. 

Eighteen Hundred and Sixty -eight, 

Cassius C. Cozad, Van Buren, Pa. 

Rev. John A. McKean, Lewistown, Pa. 

John M. Oliver, Van Buren, Pa. 

Walter J. Scott, Smithfield, 0. 

David M. Welday, Wintersville, 0. 

William H. Welday, Wintersville, 0. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 
George 0. Jones, Washington, Pa. 



I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 

Rev. James H. Clark, Waverly, Pa. 

Rev. Griffith H. Humphrey, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Rev. Albert S. Leonard, Cincinnati, 0. 






116 



ATI A MI CHAPTER. 



AVlLLIAM T. M(<'()XXKLL, 
Rev. C'lIESTER P. MURKAY, 

CtEOKGE F. Soxxer, 
J. 1). Tri'ssell, 



AVest Middletawii, Pii. 
Lower Valley, N. J. 
Hillsboro, 0. 
Villi Buren, Pa. 

VIT. 



EighUen Hundred and Sevenly-lwo. 



Rev. Joirx R. Berry, D. D., 
D. ('. Stewart, 



Moiitclair, N. J. 
St. Clairsville, 0. 



II. 





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Established in 1868. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-eigJil. 



Clinton W. Gerrard, 
Louis De Vere Holmes, 
John M. Lockiiart, 



Cincinnati, 0. 
AVest Union, 0. 
Cincinnati, 0. 



in. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Charles W. Earnist, 
William F. Eltzroth, 
John M. Jamison, 
Leonidas H. McClung, 
John R. Moore, 
Nehemiah Wade, Jr., 
Jacob P. W^instead, 



Cincinnati, 0. 
Lebanon, 0. 
Roxabell, 0. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Georgetown, O. 
Ross, 0. 
Circleville, 0. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Rev. Nelson Carr, 
Rev. John M. Robinson, 



-, Mo. 



Slieakleyville, Pa. 



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David C. Scoit, 


Colliiisville, 0. 




Kev. Ma'itiiew AVade, 


Holtoii, Kiiii. 




Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 




Andrew R. Bolin, 


Circleville, 0. 




Robert C. Hamilton, 


Morning Sun, 0. 




Jeremiah M. Hunt, 


Miltonville, 0. 




Robert E. Lowry, 


Onuige Station, 0. 




Frank F. Scoit, 


Ro8S, 0. 




Eliiit C. Simpson, 


Morning Sun, 0. 




John M. Van Dyke, 


Ross, 0. 




Elias R. Zeller, 


Burlington, lo. 




Editor of Barlington Gazette. 


vm. 




Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two. 




Robert 11. Adams, 


Oxford, 0. 




Thomas M. Gossard, 


Chillicothe, 0. 




Abdallaii M. Howe, 


Goodwin's Cornei', Ind. 




Joseph C. McKee, 


Greensburgh, Ind. 




Editor of Grcensbargh Standard. 


IV. 




Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 




Francis E. Callicott, 


Shawneetown, 111. 




James M. Cochran, 


Glendale, 0. 




JoAO Dos Passos Damasceno, 


Para, Brazil. 




AViLLiAM E. Findley, 


Dayton, 0. 




Alfred A. Loveit, 


Oxford, 0. 




John F. Martin, 


Greenville, 0. 




AViLLiAM P. Shannon, 


Spring Hill, Ind. 

VII. 




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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 




Edward E. Cole, 


Marysville, 0. 




Harry L. Strohm, 


Dayton, 0. 


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Erwin D. Walker, 


Cincinnati, 0. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five, 



Jesse L. Baird, 
Charles H. Colbourn, 
Charles S. Cowan, 
Albert R. Fye, 
Aaron E. Moore, 



Oxford, 0. 
Springdale, 0, 
Hardin, 0. 
Hamilton, 0. 
Russelville, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six. 



James N. Jamison, 
William H. McFarland, 



Roxabell, 0. 
, Pa. 




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Organized in 1860. Established in 1868. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixly-lhree. 



Eev. Samuel H. Pbatt, 



Springfield, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-four. 



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Henry C. Bowen, 
Seabury W. Bowen, 
Horace Choate, 
David Tales, 
Simeon Gallup, 
Nathaniel 0. Gray, 
Eatcliffe Hicks, 
Rev. John S. Holmes, 
Frank W. Love, 
John A. Monroe, 
Eev. Joshua F. Ober, 
Eev. Amos Eobinson, 
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Slatersville, E. I. 
Fall Eiver, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 
Mystic, Conn. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
West Meriden, Conn. 
Lynn, Mass. 
New York City. 
Providence, E. L 
Boston, Mass. 
Fairfield, Iowa. 



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William R. Sayles, 

Rev. Darius II. Stoddard, 

George R. Waterman, 



Pawtucket, R. I. 
Great Falls, N. H. 



XV. 



EigMeen Hundred and Sixty-five, 



Israel M. Bullock, 

James P. Field, 

George B. Hanmer, 
♦Alfred F. IIanxa, 

William C. Ives, 
♦Frank J. Leonard, 

George W. Shaw, 

Welcome A. Smith, 

Rev. Charles H. Spalding, 

Rev. Austin V. Tilton, 
♦Levi C. Walker, 
♦Charles F. AVhite, 



Norwalk, Conn. 
Stewartsville, Mo. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Chicago, 111. 
Weymouth, Mass. 
New Hamlin, N. H. 
Norwich, Conn. 
Arlington, Mass. 
Keene, N. H. 



XII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-six. 



AVilliam C. Angell, 
Charles H. Brown, 
Le Roy F. Griffin, 
Rev. Preston Gurney, 
Benezet a. Hough, 
Rev. George 0. King, 
Rev. Evan Lewis, 
John B. Peck, 
Cyrus B. Peckham, 
James W. Stillman, 
Charles M. Stilwell, 



San Francisco, Cal. 
Preston, Conn. 
Andover, Mass. 
Central Falls, R. I. 
Danbiiry, Conn. 
Jamestown, N. Y. 
South Boston, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Hallowell, Me. 
AVesterly, R. I. 
New York City. 

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Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-seven. 



Rev. Joseph F. Fielden, 
CharliJs E. Harvey, 
Rev. James McWhin^nie, 
Charles A. -Remington, 
Rev. Harrison W. Stearns, 
John C. Sullivan, 



Franklin, N. H. 
Narragansett, R. I. 
Lansingburgli, N. Y. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
Clinton, Wis. 
Middleboro, Mass. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-eight, 



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Henry W. Allen, 
Francis W. Douglas, 
Rev. George R. Read, 
Xenophon D. Tingley, 



Providence, R. I. 
Providence, R. I. 
Lisbon Falls, Me. 
Pawtucket, R. I. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-nine. 



Rev. Alvin M. Crane, 
George H. Felton, 
*JoHN C. Hopkins, 
Rev. Arthur J. Hovey, 
Rev. Isaac R. Wheelock, 
Allen F. Wood, 



Newton Centre, Mass. 
Granby, Mass. 
West AYoodstoek, Conn. 
Stoneham, Mass. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Rev. Elisha B. Andrews, 

President Denison University. 

Rev. James H. Arthur, 

Missionary A. B. M. U. 

William Ashmore, Jr., 
James 0. Bullock, 



Granville, 0. 

Yokohama, Japan. 

Rocljester, N. Y. 
Troy, Pa. 






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Rev. Newell T. Dutton, 
Rev. Thomas G. Field, 
Marcus M. Johxsox, 
AViLLiAM T. Peck, 



Warren, Me. 
Alton, 111. 
New York City. 
Providence, R. I. 



. VIIL 



Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-one. 



Rev. John C. Burr, 
Elijah AV. IIendrick, 
Rev. Daniel W. Hoyt, 
Cornelius C. Plummer, 
Rev. David H. Taylor, 
Rev. Leverett S. Woodavorth, 



Fisherville, N. H. 
Oakland, Cal. 
S. Amherst, Mass. 
ProA^dence, R. I. 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Campello, Mass. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two, 



John H. Alcott, 
Rev. Orson P. Bestor, 
H. A. Coates, 
Richard M. Elliott, 
Rev. Benjamin A. Greene, 
Rev. Edwin A. Herring, 
John J. Holbrook, 
William V. Kellen, 
W. AV. Landrum, 
William S. Liscomb, 



Washington, D. C. 
New Windsor, 111. 
Mystic River, Conn. 
Boston, Mass. 
Westboro', Mass. 



New London, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Memphis, Miss. 
Providence, R. I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 



Rev. Henry A. Blake, 
♦Leonard T. Brownell, 
Edwin P. Farnum, 
Stephen Greene, 
Robert M. Martin, 



Athol, Mass. 

Morris, Conn. 
Providence, R. I. 
Providence, R. I. 



Dan^iel H. Mason, 
Daniel Rhodes, 
Alvin G. Sadler, 
Daniel A. Taylor, 



Saxton's River, Vt. 
Pawtiicket, R. I. 
Boston, Mass. 
Mystic, Conn. 



IX. 



Eighleen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



James P. Abbott, 
Daniel R. Blood, 
Seth T. Farnham, 
Samuel C. Gallup, 
Orrin p. Gifford, 
Nathan Leavenworth, 
George E. Leeson, 
John McKinney, Jr., 
Edward Miller, Jr., 
Louis A. Pope, 
John M. Potter, 

Professor Friends' School. 

George T. Raymond, 
Barnard C. Taylor, 
Albert G. Upham, 
Cephas B. Welton, 
Frank L. Young, 



Newton Centre, Mass. 
Boston, Ga. 
Morris, Conn. 
Mystic River, Conn. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Pawtucket, R. I. 
Wauregan, Conn. 
Meriden, Conn. 
Boston, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 

Newton Centre, Mass. 
Holm del, N. J. 
Weston, Mass. 
Kingston Village, N. S, 
Hopedale, Mass. 

XVI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five, 



Frank S. Ashmore, 
Franklin H. Brown, 
William A. Farren, 
Thomas S. Gladding, 
George L Hopkins, 
Edward H. Potter, 
Charles A. Reese, 
WiNSLOw Upton, 



Rochester, N. Y. 
Norwich, Conn. 
East Weymouth, Mass. 
Suffield, Conn. 
West Woodstock, Conn. 
Ipswich, Mass. 
Newton Center, Mass. 
Mount Lookout, 0. 

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BROWN CHAPTER. 



Horace F. Brown, 
Jl'dson W. IIastixos, 
George E. Horr, Jr., 
Millard F. Joiixsox, 
♦George H. Matiiewson, 
WiLLARD C. Parker, 
Solon S. Roper, 
Cromwell T. S(;riURARTir, 
AuGTSTUs S. Van Wickle, 
IIexry a. AVhitmarsh, 



Newton Center, Mass. 
Suffield, Conn. 
Newark, N. J. 
Newton Center, Mass. 



Flemington, N. J. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
New Brunswick, N. J. 
Providence, R. I. 



X. 



EighUen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 




Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six. 



Jonx R. GoAv, 
Edward Green, 
James P. Kelley, 
Frank T. Latham, 
Clifford Snyder, 
Frank A. Spence, 
Frank L. Sullivan, 
Willis F. Thomas, 
Joseph H. Tyler, 
George 0. Ward, 



Millbnry, Mass. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Newport, N. H. 
Orient Point, L. I. 
Freehold, N. J. 
Salem, Mass. 
Wakefield, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Worcester, Mass. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy -eight. 



Charles E. Bennett, 
Albert N. Dary, 
Clarence M. Godding, 
Charles L. Pulcifer, 
George AV. Rigler, 
Cornelius S. Savage, 



Providence, R. I. 
Pawtucket, R. I. 
Providence, R. I. 
Lake Village, N. H. 
Suffield, Conn. 
Hartford, Conn. 



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Walter G. Webster, 
George F. AVestoist, 
Ben^nett E. Wheeler, 



Providence, E. I. 
Hancock, N. H. 
Providence, E. I. 



IX. 



EigMeen Hundred and Seventy-nine, 



Edward E. Atkinson, 
Alva E. Carpenter, 
Frederick W. Elliott, 
gorham esterbrook, 
Edgar T. Farrill, 
Stephen G. Hastings, 
Henry W. Kegwin, 
Charles H. Kinne, 
Samuel A. Severance, 
JuDsoN I. Wood, 



Boston, Mass. 
Providence, E. I. 
Orange, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Providence, E. I. 
West Suffield, Conn. 
Jewett City, Conn. 
Norwich, Conn. 
Boston, Mass. 
Millbury, Mass. 



X. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty, 



Charles E. Adams, 
George T. Baker, 
GiBBS Braislin, 
James W. Darrow, 
William H. P. Faunce, 
Henry G. Hardy, 
J. Lee Eichmond, 



Holyoke, Mass. 
Chelsea, Mass. 
Burlington, N. J. 
Canaan, N. Y. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Geneva, 0. 



VII. 




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ioritJI Slppbr. 



Established in 1869. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



AVm. Channing Russell, LL. D., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Vice-President of Cornell University. 

Burt G. AVildek, M. D., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Prof. Comp. Anatomy, Cornell University. 

Irving P. Church, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Prof. Civil Engineering, Cornell University. 

E. L. YouMANS, M. D., New York City. 

Editor Popular Science Monthly. 

Eighleen Hundred and Sixly-nine, 



Rev. George F. Behringer, 
James Kirkland, 



AVashington, D. C. 
Richhiiid, Mich. 



II. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy. 



Theodore B. Comstock, 

Prof, of Geology, Cornell University. 

Rev. Ei>wix F. Robb, 



Itliaca, N. Y. 
Knoxboro', N. Y. 



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EigJiUtn Hundred and Seventy-one, 

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1 

G. A. Benton, 


Rocliester, N. Y. 




Sanford F. Uuntley, 


Ithaca, N. Y. 






George W. S. Ingraham, 


Cazenovia, N. Y. 






Rev. Robert 0. Kellogg, 


Girard, Pa. 




Elisiia D. Leffinowell, 


Aurora, N. Y. 




Herbekt S. Mowry, 


Mohegan, R. I. 




James O'Niell, 


O'Niellsville, Wis. 






Frederick TT. Remington, 


Watertown, N. Y. 




: 


Fred. Sciioff, 


Newton Centre, Mass. 

TX. 






Eighteen Hundred and 


Seventy-two. 






Rev. George F. Breed, 


Colliiisville, Conn. 






Rev. John M. Chask, 
A. W. Clinton, 








• 

Harford, N. Y. 






*H. E. COPELAND, 


Indianapolis, 111. 






Late Prof. Natural Science Uigh School. 








TiEROY A. Foster, 


Portland, Me. 






Editor Portland Press. 








Alfred A. Fclton, 


Ilogansburg, N. Y. 






Romeyn Hitchcock, 


Chicago, 111. 






D. S. Jordan, M. S., 


Indianapolis, Ind. 






Prof. Northwestern Christian University. 








Louis F. Judson, 


Cleveland, 0. 






John W. Mack, M. D., 


Bath, N. Y. 






Rev. Albert Osborn, 


Madison, N. Y. 






Daniel Rhodes, 


Pawtuxet, R. I. 

xn. 






Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 






F. J. Aulers, 


Cincinnati, 0. 






Wilfred Barnes, 


Portland, Me. 






FiDWiN G. Donaldson, 


Vassar, Mich. 

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William H. French, 
Lawrence L. Grinnell, 
Milton C. Johnston, 
John G. Moore, 

Prof. German in University of Minn. 

George C. Morehouse, 
John G. Newkirk, 
Caleb D. Page, 
Richard M. Parmely, 
George C. Patrick, 

Professor Kansas University. 

George H. Phelps, 
Alexander G. Robb, 
William H. Schumacher, 
Edson H. Scofield, 
Thomas Worthington, 



Chicago, 111. 
Levaiina, N. Y. 
Sidney Plains, N. Y. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Utica, N. Y. 
Ellenville, N. Y. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Dayton, Ohio, 
Lawrence, Kan. 

New York City. 
Westminster, Cal. 
Hohenheim, Germany. 
Carbondale, Pa. 
Chicago, 111. 

XVII. 



Eighleen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



Jonathan C. Andrus, 
Charles D. Baker, 
George Berry, Arch. '76, 
John C. Branner, 
j. h. comstock, 

Professor in Cornell University. 

Ivan A. Dobroluboff, 
William R. Dudley, M. S., '76, 

Professor in Cornell University. 

Herman L. Fairchild, 

Professor Wyoming Seminary. 

Reuben E. Foster, 
Louis F. Henderson, 
William A. Kellerman, 

Professor State Normal School. 

Horace M. Kennedy, 

Lit. Editor Utica Herald. 

A. J. Lamoreux, 

Staff of "New Century." 

WiLMOT M. Smith, 



Metuchen, N. J. 
Corning, N. -Y. 
Afton, Minn. 
Rio Janeiro, Brazil. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

Nijney Novgorod, Russia. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

Kingston, Pa. 

Flushing, L. I. 
Portland, Oregon. 
Oshkosh, Wis. 

Utica, N. Y. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Smithtown Branch, L. I. 

XIV. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five. 



Ernest R. Copeland, 
Charles S. IIarmox, 

Principal Fort Hill Apadcniy. 

Jarei) T. Newman, 
Edward L. Nichols, 
Philip' II. Perkins, 

Professor in Cornell University. 

Ebenezer J. Preston, 
John Worthincjton, 



Ann Arl)or, Mich. 
Fort. Hill, 111. 

Blossl)ur^, Pa. 
Lcii)sic, Germany. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

Wing's Station, N. Y. 
Carrol ton. 111. 

VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six, 



William L. Cuddeback, M. D., 
Amos M. Ensign, 

Asst. Editor New York Tribune. 

^Eugene Frayer, 
Willis G. McDoweIl, 
Thomas A. Murray, 

IIOWLAND Rl'SSELL, 

James H. Stubbs, 
RioKiciii *Yatabe, 

Prof. Imperial University of Japan. 

Frank 0. Young, 



Port Jervis, N. Y. 
New York City. 

Carson, 0. 
Meini)his, N. Y. 
Eaglewood, 111. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Tokio, Japan. 



Blue Island, 111. 



IX. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 



Waldo E. Dennis, 
S. Henry Gage, 
Leland 0. IIOW.ARD, 
^ *Emil Schwerdtfeger, 



Ithaca, N. Y. 
Worcester, N. Y. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 
New York City. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy -eight, 

Charles W. Ames, Germantowri, Phila. 

John T. Hill, Warren, Pa. 

Agusto Cesar De Vasconcellos, Rio Janeiro, Brazil." 

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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine. 



William C. Boyle, 
James A. Haight, 
Aktiiur S. Hathaway, 
Edward C. Howland, 
.Joirs F. Montignani, 
Charles M, Youmans, 



Salem, 0. 
Oahkoah, Wis. 
Decatur, Mieli. 

Albany, N. Y. 
Winona, Minn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty. 



John Tilton, 
;.'-Pai L H. Tilton-, 



Rome, Italy. 



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Established in 1869. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Rev. Ralph H. Bowles, 
*Rev. Charles R. Fisher, 
Rev. Marcus A. Tolman, 



Greenbush, N. Y. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Maucli Chunk, Pa. 



Eighleen Hundred and Sixly-nine. 



Arthur McConkey, 



New Britain, Conn. 



I. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy, 



Rev. Flavel S. Luther, Jr., 

Professor in Racine College. 



Racine, Wis. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 



Wordsworth Y. Beaven, 
Walter V. Lippincott, 
Rev. Arthur T. Parsons, 



Hillsboro, Md. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Danielsonville, Conn. 



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Eighteen Hundred and Seveniy-two. 



CiiAKLES W. Dyak, Boston, Mass. 

Edward D. Elmek, La Grange, Ga. 

William C. Flower, New Orleans, La. 

Robert C. Hindley, Hamden, Conn. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 

♦William F. Bellinger, Charleston, S. C. 

Ralph H. Bowles, Jr., Hartford, Conn. 

Uenry J. CuASE, Brooklyn, Conn. ' 

William M. Cook, New York City. 

♦Frank Dewar, Kansas City, Mo. 

V. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 

Rodney M. Edwards, Hartford, Conn. 

♦Edward Varian, Cleveland, 0. 

n. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five, 

Francis W. Ames, Wiscasset, Me. 

M. Walton Billings, Skowhegan, Me. 

II. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six, 
WooDimiDGE H. BiRCHMORE, Boston, Mass. 




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Established in 1869. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. CLASS. RESIDENCES. 

H. I. H. THE Gkand Duke Alexis, St. Petersburg, Russia. 
Hon. Douglas Puti^am, Harmar, 0. 

Seymour J. Hathaway, . LL. D., Marietta, 0. 
Rev. A. W. Williams, Philadelphia, Penn. 

EigMeen Hundred and Seventy, 

Rev. Frank D. Kelsey, Marblehead, Mass. 

I. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-two, 
Charles D. Kelsey, Columbus, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-three, 

William W. Barney, Lexington, 0. 

Harry N. Curtis, Marietta, 0. 

David M. De Long, Ironton, 0. 

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IIkxry Dye, M. D., 
Chaklks L. Kusz, 
William B. Payxe, 

TlIEO. N. WOODKUFF, 



Logan, 0. 
Liiwrencc, Kan. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Marietta, 0. 



Eiglileen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



Francis E. Andrews, 
Rev. Theodore Bracken, 
Archie E. I^reckinridue, 

W. Pl'TNAM Ol'RTIS, 

Kdward I). Kelsey, 
Kraxk a. Layman, 
Charles W. Rarick, 
Sidney RiixnvAY, 
William \V. Rowlands, 



Marietta, 0. 
Chicago, 111. 
Bel pre, 0. 
Harmar, 0. 
Columbus, 0. 
Columl)U8, 0. 
Deeriield, Ind. 
Rainbow, 0. 
Racine, Wis. 



VII. 



IX. 



Eiglileen Hundred and Seventy-five, 



Artih'r 1L Bo wen, M. D., 
John M. Brc kingham, 
John B. Birwell, 
Albert J. (-ay wood, 
William ('. Cooder, 
(irEoiKJE p. Dye, 
William \\. (Joddard, 
Lawrence A. Hall, LL. D., 
Don a. J TDD, 
Oscar II. Mitchell, 
Christian Mowery, 
John Ri sk, 
J. Elbert Sates, 
John C. Schminke, 
Samtel F. Sharpless, 
William Van Vleck, Jr., 



Waterford, 0. 
Boulder City, Col. 
Zaiiesville, 0. 
llarmar, 0. 
Xew Richmond, 0. 
Marietta, 0. 
Cutler, 0. 
Salem, 0. 
Ashland, Ky. 
Locke, 0. 
Cow Creek, W. Va. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Harrison, 0. 
Lincoln, Neb. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cincinnati, 0. 

XVI. 



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139 "^ 



Eighleen Hundred and Seventy-six. 



Frank Anderson^, 
Richard G. Lewis, 
William McMillen, 
Charles W. Van Vleck, 



Athalia, 0. 
Portsmouth, O. 
Atliens, 0. 
Cincinnati, 0. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 



IV. 



Charles N. Adams, 
Frank P. Ames, 
Charles H. Bosworth, 
Charles L. Dickey, 
John A. Dickey, 
William A. Lindsey, 
Edward C. Moore, 
Edward E. Warren, 



Belpre, 0. 
Center Belpre, 0. 
Marietta, 0. 
Marietta, 0. 
Marietta, 0. 
Washington C. H., 0. 
Columbus, 0. 
Reedville, 0. 

VIII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight, 



John Anderson, 
/^> William A. Batchelor, 

John B. Cameron, 

David S. Devin, 
7^t Henry C. Dimond, 

George D. Grant, 

WiNTHROP B. HaWKES, 

Ernest M. McMillen, 
Edwin K. Mitchell, 
Harley J. Steward, 
Wellington S. Wells, 



Athalia, 0. 
Elgin, 111. 
Marshall, Mich. 
Buchanan, Mich. 
Harmar, 0. 
Springfield, 0. 
Marietta, 0. 
Ravenswood, W. Va. 
Locke, 0. 
Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
Buchanan, Mich. 



XI. 



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EigMeen Hundred and Seventy-nine, 



Fkank S. Chestnut, 
Daxiel J. Davis, 
Orix S. Moore, 
Joseph W. Mougey, 

WiLUAM F. POGUE, 

Harry L. Taylor, 



Jackson, 0. 
Oak Hill, 0. 
Fairport, N. Y. 
Scioto, 0. 

Honolulu, Sandwich Is. 
New Orleans, La. 



VI. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty, 



Alrah J. Agee, 
Emmet Belknap, 
corydon c. corille, 
John Q. Mitchell, 
Booth Rusk, 
Howard W. Stanley, 
Harry H. Walter, 
Walter W. Woodruff, 



Cheshire, 0. 
Ulnidela, N. Y. 
Marietta, 0. 
Locke, 0. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Marietta, 0. 
Milan, 0. 
Marietta, 0. 



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Established in 1873. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



I. 



Eighleen Hundred and Seventy-five. 



Edward Everett, 



Danbury, Conn. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six, 



Frank D. Barker, 
^Herbert Huntington, 
f B. Keeler, 
^ ^^DwiN Nottingham, 
^^^OHN T. Roberts, 
R. Lewis Robinson, 
G. Ernest Smith, 
"^Marvin L. Spooner, 



Clayton, N. Y. 
Cortland, N. Y. 
Little Falls, N. Y. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
Clarence, N. Y. 
Milton, Vt. 
Milo Centre, N. Y. 

vin. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-seven. 



f Samuel H. Baker, 
-^T^-^RiCHARD E. Day, 



141 




Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 
Frank Sm alley, A. M., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Adjunct Prof, of Geology, Zoology and Botany, 
in Syracuse University. 



Syracuse, N. Y. 
Granby Center, N. Y. 






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Grant D. Green, 
^%jOring S. IIutohinson, ;h 
Charles H. Kingman, 
Philip Price, 
rllENRY W. Reed, 



Syracuse, N. Y. 
Fenner, N. Y. 
Palmyra, N. Y. 
Elmira, N. Y. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



VII. 



Eighieen Hundred and Sevenly-eighl, 



m3harles H. Eggleston, 
^/^^James E. Ensign, 
// Arthur IL Giles, 
Arthur G. Hall, 
/ Albert II. Jessup, 
r"^ Philip I. Moule, 
/ Theodore M. Nichols, 
Joseph H. Zartman, : 



Fulton, N. Y. 
Erieville, N. Y. 
Groton, N. Y. 
Cazenovia, N. Y. 
Palmyra, N. Y. 
Skaneateles, N. Y. 
Synicuse, N. Y. 
Waterloo, N. Y. 



VIII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine. 



/ /viJames W. a. Dodge, 
Addison R. Jones, 

t Charles W. Rowley, 
Julius J. Van Horne, 



Syracuse, N. Y. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Hinesville, N. Y. 
Lawrenceville, Pa. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Eighty, 



Myron W. Briggs, 
Fred. A. Cook, 
Lazell R. Hopkins, 
George E. Hutchings, 
Edward G. Marsh, 
3)iGeorge G. Miner, 
/ ;kM. R. Saqkett, 

Wilbur S. Smithers, 



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Colton, N. Y. 
Camden, N. Y. 
Weedsport, N. Y. 
Cardiff, N. Y. 
Pompey Center, N. Y. 
Fredonia, N. Y. 
Plymouth, N. Y. 
Henvelton, N. Y. 

vni. 



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Established in 1874. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-four, 



T. W. BusciiE, 
Joseph Goldbacher, 
e. f. j. gutgsell, 
Fred. G. Reighley, 
William T. Rodenbach, 
Charles W. Rush, 

IVIN SiCKELS, 



New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
New York City. 
Jersey City, N. J. 



VII. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-five, 



Roe Purdy, 



New York City. 



^^ 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-six. 



Benjamin W. Palmer, 
RuFUS H. Park, 



New York City. 
New York City. 



II. 



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Eighleen Hundred and Seventy-seven, 

Charles H. Brown, . 

George W. Goethals, West Point, N. Y. 

Kent K. Stearns, Elizabeth, N. J. 

James W. Taylor, . 

IIarry M. White, . 

W. Storm White, New York City. 

VI. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-eight, 

0. M. MUXROE, . 

I. 

Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine, 

A. G. McPherson, . 

I. 




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m jlrbor i^npbr. 



Established in 1876. 



MEMBERS. 



NAMES. 



CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



Eighteen Hundred and Sevenly-eighl, 



Watsojs^ D. Hinckley, 
:- William Lee Jenks, 
•John B. Johnson, 

OssiAN C. Semonds, 



Fredonia, N. Y. 
St. Clair, Midi. 
Kokomo, Ind. 
(irand liapids, Mich. 



IV. 



Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-nine. 



♦^ 



Charles S. Headle, 
Fred. S. Hkll, 
•James S. Bishop, 
George N. Carman, 
Isaac C. Goff, 
■■'Charles S. Henning, 
Jerry W. Jknks, 
Ed. W. Jenney, 
Jesse F. Millspaugh, 
19 



Augu8ta, Midi. 
Fort Dodge, Iowa. 
Hillsdale, Midi. 
Fen ton, Mich. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Piano, 111. 
Rock Falls, Mich. 
Chicago, 111. 
Battle Creek, Mich. 



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ANN ARBOR CHAPTER, 



WiLMOT S. Pennington, 
Lyman B. Sailor, 
.Charles G. Van Wert, 



Macon, Mich. 
Allegan, Mich. 
Jameston, N. Y. 



XII. 



EigJileen Hundred and Eighly. 



Henry 8. Bangs, 
Arthur W. Burnett, 
James T. Eaglesfield, 
William K. Jones, 



Fenton, Mich. 
Tecumseh, Mich. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 
Grand Rapids, Mich, 



IV. 



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NAMES. 



CLASS. 



CHAPTER. 



A. 



4^ 



Abbey, Edward W. 


71 


Hamilton. 


Abbott, Charles F. 


'68 


Middlebury. 


Abbott, James P. 


74 


Brown. 


Adair, Alexander 


'66 


Union. 


Adams, Charles N. 


'77 


Marietta. 


Adams, Charles R. 


'80 


Brown. 


Adams, Edward P. 


'68 


Hamilton. 


Adams, Henry M. 


'61 


Amherst. 


Adams, Jarvis M. 


'51 


Williams. 


Adams, Myron, Jr., 


'fiS 


Hamilton. 


Adams. Richard K. 


'54 


Williams. 


Adams, Robert E. 


'58 


Williams. 


Adams, Robert H. 


'72 


Miami. 


Adams, Robert J. 


'63 


Williams. 


Adams, Thomas D. 


'53 


Amherst. 


Adsit, S. M. 


'77 


Union. 


Agee, Alrah J. 


'80 


Marietta. 


Ahlers, F. J. 


'73 


Cornell. 


Ackerman, John H. 


'76 


Rutgers. 


Akin, C. E. 


77 


Union. 


Akin, Daniel F. 


'61 


Union. 


Akin, E. Clarence 


'77 


Rochester. 


Akin, Ephraim R. 


'48 


Union. 


Akin, W illiam L. 


'48 


Union. 


Alcott, Ahaz N. 


'66 


Jefferson. 



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Alcott. John H. 


INDEX. 










'73 


Brown, 








Alcott, William P. 


■61 


Williams. 








Alexander, Ernest L. 


•T9 


New York. 








Alexander, Wiliinm 


'40 


Union. 








Alexia, Orand Duke 


_ 


Marietta. 








Allbright, William H. 


76 


Hamilton. . 








Allen. Adalos 


'78 


New York. 








Allen, Charlei E. 


•87 


AmhersL 








Allen, Edmund T. 


■79 


Madison. 








Allen, Edward B. 


'57 


Union. 






1 Allen, Frederick E. 


'73 


Rutfiers. 








Allen, Henry W, 


'88 


Brown. 








Allen, Horace II. 


•57 


Rochester. 








Allen, Ira W. 


•50 


Hamilton. 








Allen. Jerome 


'51 


Amherst. 






Allen, John V, 


'74 


Madison. 






■ Allen, Josc-phus W, 


'67 


Rochester. 






1 Allen, John B. 


■40 


Union. 






1 Allen, Ormanao 


■54 


Union. 






Allen, Orson P, 


■53 


Anilierst. 






! Allen, William 


•40 


Union. 






Allen, Willlftm 


'59 


Rochester. 








Alien, William H. 


'65 


Rochester. 








Allis, 0. D. 


'53 


Williams. 








Allison, Robert C. 


'53 


Amherst. 








Alton, Charles G. 


•79 


Hamilton. 








Alton, Davis 


'38 


Williams. 








Ames, Charles W. 


'78 


Cornell. 








Ames, Frank P. 


'77 


Marietta. 








Ames, Francis W. 


'75 


Trinity. 








Anderson, Charles 


'40 


Union. 








Anderson, ErastUB 


■46 


Williams. 






! Anderson, Prank 


■76 


Marietta. 








Anderson, John 


'66 


Jefferson. 








Anderson, John 


■78 


Marietta. 








Anderson, Kerr 


'72 


Middlebury. 








Anderson, Thomas D. 


— 


Madison. 








Andrews, Bllsha B. 


'70 


Brown. 








Andrews, Francis E. 


'74 


Marietta, 








Andrews, Jesse 


'46 


Union. 








Atidma, JoDiilhon C. 


'74 


Cornell. 








Angeli, Edward B. 


'77 


Rochester. 








Angell, William C, 


'66 


Brown 








Aptliorp, RufuB 


'57 


Williams. 








Ariiiitngp, Tliom.is 


— 


Madison. 








Amd, Charles 


'75 


Amherst. 




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149 



Arnold, Francis E. 


'74 


Arnold, Henrv J. 


'58 


Arthur, James H. 


'70 


Ashmore, Frank S. 


'75 


Aslimore, William, Jr., 


'70 


Aspinwall, Judson 


'54 


Atherton, George W. 




Atkins, Nelson F. 


'45 


Atkinson, Charles 


'76 


Atkinson, Edward E. 


'79 


Atwood, A. Watson 


'63 


Atwood, William H. 


'72 


Austin, Charles B. 


'68 


Austin, Henry A. 


'47 


Austin, James M. 


'39 


Austin, Samuel J. 


'47 


Avery, James B. 


'67 


Avery, Nelson N. 


'55 


Avery, Truman G. 


'56 


Avery, William H. 


'73 


Ayer, Francis W. 


'71 



Rochester. 

Rochester. 

Brown. 

Brown. 

Brown. 

WiUiams. 

Rutgers. 

Williams. 

New York. 

Brown. 

Union. 

New York 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

Union. 

Union. 

Hamilton . 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Rochester. 



Babcock, Frank I. 
Bacheldor, John M. 
Bachelor, Simeon 
Backus, Rufus N. 
Bacon, Henry M. 
Bacon, James P. 
Bacon, Samuel F. 
Bacon, Thomas S. 
Bagen, Eugene D. 
Bailey, Edward L. 
Bailey, George H. 
Bailey, Harrison 
Bailey, John G. 
Bailey, Robert M. 
Bainbridge, William F. 
Baird, E. C. 
Baird, Henry M. 
Baird, Jesse L. 
Baird, Jesse S. 
Baker, Abijah L. 
Baker, Alvin 



B. 

'75 
'49 
'52 
'80 
'45 
'75 
'47 
'42 
'76 
'52 
'64 
'72 
'59 
'72 
'62 
'77 

'75 

'77 
'61 
'69 



Amherst. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Madison. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

New York. 

Union. 

Middlebury. 

Amherst. 

Middlebury. 

Middlebury. 

Rochester. 

Union, 

New York. 

Miami. 

Hamilton. 

Rochester. 

Hamilton. 



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Baker, Charles D. 
Baker, George F. 
Baker, Qeorge T. 
Baker, Henry 8. 
Baker, Jumes S. 
Baker, Samuel H . 
Baker, Theodore E. 
Baldwin, Algernon S, 
Baldwin. Henry W. 
Baldwin, Samuel E. 
Baldwin, William O. 
Ball, Charles B. 
Ballard, Addison 
Ballard, William R. 
Ballart, F. A. 
Ballart, Ferdinand J. 
Balston, James H. 
Bancroft, Winfred B. 
Bangs, Egbert L. 
Bangs, Henry S. 
Bannard, John 
Banta, Arie 
Barber, Clarence H. 
Barber, Judson C. 
Barden, Tilson C. 
Bardin, Almon G. 
Barimore, H. liandel 
Barker, Aretus G. 
Barker, B. W. 
Barker, Frank D. 
Barker, Henry J. 
Barker, William 
Barnefi, Albert 
Barnes, Henry K 
Barnes, Wilfred 
Barney, Joseph C. 
Barney, William W. 
Barnum, Elbert E. 
Barron, James P. 
Barrows, William C. 
"Bartholomew JElisha P. 
Bartles, W. H. 
Bartlett, Edward P. 
Bartlott, Geofge 
Bartlett. Lyman 
Bartlett, P. Mason 



Cornell. 

Jefferson. 

Brown. 

Middlebury. 

Hamilton, 

Symcuse. 

Rochester, 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Kochester. 

Ami) erst. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

New York. 

Union. 

New York. 
Amherst. 
Hamilton. 
Ann Arbor. 

Amherst. 

Madison. 

Rochester. 

Union. 

New York. 

Waterville. 

Madison. 

Syracuse. 

Williams, 

Western Reserve. 

Hamilton. 

Amberst. 

Cornell. 

Madison. 

Marietta. 

Hamilton. 

Jefferson. 

Waterville. 

Amherst. 

Rutgers. 

Waterville. 

Amherst. 
Williams. 



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FRATERNITY. 161 






Barton, Alaneon B. 


57 


Middleburjr. 






Barton, Luther 


70 


. Rutgere. 






Baasett, Eliaha B. 


43 


Williams. 






Batchelder, Clnrk A. 


— 


Middlebury. 






Batchelder, Loren H. 


74 


Middlebury. 






BatcheWer, Thomas F. 


58 


WaterviUe. 






BatcliKlor William A. 


78 


Marietta. 






Bales, Edward P. 


61 


Amherst. 






Balea, Jamea A. 


56 


Amherst. 






Bales, W. E. 


73 


MadiBon. 






Bates, William H. 


65 


Hamiltou. 






Baxter, Edward H. 


76 


Middlebury. 






Bayless, George 


64 


Hamilton. 






Baylies, Charlea 


64 


Hamilton. 






B^ach, Edwin R. 


60 


Union. 






Beach, J. Newton 


62 


Hamilton. 






Beach, ffardwell 


71 


Madison. 






Beadle, Cbtu-lea 8. 


79 


Ann Arbor. 






Bealc Edward N 


61 


Williams. 






Bealea, Bisl,ee_M. 


49 


Williams. 






Beats, Gorhatn 


43 


Union. 






Beard, Theodore 


56 


Hamilton. 






Beardalee, John W. 


60 


Rutgers. 






Beardsky, Josiah 


56 


Amhferst, 






Beattie, George A. 


63 


Union. . 






Beattie, Haiis 


73 


New York. 






Beaumont. _Jamea 


S8 


Amherst. 






Beaven, Wordsworth Y. 


71 


Trinity. 






Becker, Charles E. 


67 


Madison. 






Becker, George L. 


52 


Amherst. 






Becker, John H. 


61 


Union. 






Becker, Norman H. 


62 


Hamilton. 






Beckwith, Edward 0. 


49 


WillUma. 






Buckwith, George H. 


68 


Williams. 






Beckwith, Ward M. 


80 


Hamilton. 






Beebe, Albert Q. 


SO 


Amherst. 






Beebe, Eleazer W. 


50 


Union. 






Beebe, Z. Lawrence 


39 


Union. 






Beebce, iVaiieix M. 


70 


Madison. 






Behringer, George F. 


69 


New York. 






Behringer, George F. 


69 


Cornell. 






Belknap. Euinnil 


80 


Marietta. 






Bell, Charles N. 


68 


Middlebury. 






Bell, Fred. 6. 


79 


Ann Arbor. 






Bell, Hiram 


36 


Williams. 




J 


Bell, James A. 


49 


Williams. 


L 


*i 


H 




■ M 


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BeU, J. Edgar 8. 
Bell, Bufus J. 
Bellinger, William F. 
Benedict, Arthur J. 
Benedict, Wayland R. 
Benedict, William C. 
Bennett, Charles E. 
Bennett, Eli G. 
Bennett, Henry W. 
Bennett, Hiram 
Bennett, Jolin A. 
Bennett. Samuel L. 
Bentley, Cyrua 
Bentley, Perry C 
Benton, Alphonzo L. 
Benton, G. A. 
Benton, Warren C. 
Benton, William A. 
Berry, George 
Berry, John R. 
BertUolf, James H. 
Best, Isaac O. 
Best, Jacob 
Beslor Orson P. 
Bitkford, T G 
Bidwell, Edwin C. 
Bigelow, Amasa, Jr. 
Bigelow, Daniel R. 
Bigelow, George F. 
Bigelow, Oaborn P. 
Bill, Fred. S. 
Bill, Herbert W. 
Billings, M. Walton 
Bilhngs, Banford W. 
Bircbmore, Woodbridge H. 
Bird, John H. 
Bishop, Bovette B 
Bishop, James S. 
Bishop, John C. 
Bissell, Benjamin 
Bissell Charles H. 
Bissell, Frank A. 
BiNaell, Lemuel B. 
Bixby, Francis E. 
Bis by, Joseph P. 
Black, James 



Jefferson. 

Williams. 

Trinity. 

Amherst. 

Rochester. 

Amherst. 
Hiddlebury. 

Amherst. 
Hamilton. 

Williams. 

Madison. 

Hamilton. 

Cornell. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Cornell. 

Washington. 

Rutgers. 

Hamilton. 

Williams. 

Madison. 

Williams. 
Water?ille. 

Williams. 

Waterville. 

Western Reserve, 

Western Reserve. 

Trinity. 

Amherst. 

Trinity, 

Middlebury. 
Ann Arbor. 

Williams. 
Williams. 
Western Reserve. 

Western Reserve. 

Rochester. 

Williams. 



-H^ 



♦^H- 



BELTA UPSJLOA' FMATEltJVIlT. 



4=- 



Black, Jaines L. 
Blackmcr, Andrew C. 
Blain, Charles H. 
BlaiD, David E. 
Blnir, Albert L. 
Blair, Ausl.m 
Blake, Clarence K. 
Blake, Henry A. 
Blake, Henry B. 
Blake, J. Albert 
Blake, Sitas L. 
Blakely, Adoninun J. 
Blak'^ly, ColllnB 
Blakely, SlieldoD E. 
Blakeslee, A Delano 
Blunchard, Nathaniel B. 
Blanchard, William D. 
Bliss, Dauiel 
Bliss, Daniel 
Btiss, Le Hoy 
Bliss, Porter C. 
Bliss, Thomas E. 
Blodgell, Henry F. 
Blood, Daniel 11. 
Blocunor Joseph 
Blunt, Ambrose 
Bodine, Q. De Witt 
Bodmun, Albert H. 
Bogardus, Eri 
Boies, Fisher A. 
Boies, Reuben P. 
Bolln, Andrew H. 
Bookstaver, A- Augustus 
Boomer, Norton W. 
Booth, Charles W. 
Borst, John W. 
Bosworth, Byron 
Bosworth, Charles H. 
Bosworth, Daniel 
Botsford, Alfred P. 
Botsford, Eli C. 
Bottum, E. Hutrington 
Bourn, A. Wayland 
Bowen, Arthur H. 
Bowen, Henry C. 
Biiwen, Seabuiy W. 
20 



Jefferson. 
Williams. 

Hamilton. 
Hamilton. 

Middlebury. 

Williams. 
Williams. 

Middlebury. 

Western Reserve. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Walcrvllle. 

Rutgers. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Miami, 

Rutgers, 

Hamilton 

Madison. 

Rutgers. 

Hamilton. 

Marietta. 

Union. 

Middlebury. 
Madison. 

Marietta. 
Brown. 






Bowles, Bulpli H. 
Bowles, Ralph H., Jr. 
Bowman, Hiirlow 
Bowsar E. A. 
Bowne, Borden P. 
Boyce, Thomas E. 
Boyd, Ban )t head 
Boyd, Hugh W. 
Boyle, Williftm C. 
Boynton, Cyrus B. 
Boynton, Francis H. 
Boynton, Henry B. 
Boynton, Ncheniiali 
Boynton, Reuben L. 
Bracken, Theodore 
Bradbury, Bdwiird E. 
Bradbury, James T. 
Bradbury, John B. 
Bradbury, William F. 
Bradford, Henry 
Bradford, Thomas A., Jr. 
Bradford, William H. 
Bradley Thomas B. 
Bragg, Lyman D 
Bralnard, R. Col ton, 
Bniialm, -Glbbs 
Brimch, O, Erncato 
Branner, John C. 
Brastow, Thomas E. 
Bray William L. 
Brayton, John M. 
Brechen ridge,, Archie E. 
Breed, George P. 
Breese, Augustine 
Brewer, James 
Brewster, Charles 
Brewster, Frederick H. 
Brewster, John M. 
Bridgman, Chenter 
Bridgman, Albert H. 
^''igg'^1 Hamlet 8. 
Briggs, J. Theodore 
Briggs, Myron W. 
Briggs, Wllliiun A. 
Brigliam, Albert P. 
Brigiiam, Willard 



lA'BEX. 






. Trinity. 


'73 


Trinity. 


'50 


Union. 


— 


Rutgers. 


•Tl 


New York. 


'76 


Middlebury. 


■U7 


Jeffers<»n. 


'03 


•lefferson. 


'7a 


Cornell 


'67 


Middlebury. 


'01 


Aniiierst 


T.a 


Hamilton. 


'711 


Amiierst. 


■47 


Union. 


'74 


Marietta. 


Trf] 


Amherst. 


'55 


WBt«rville. 


'57 


Waterviile. 


'50 


AmLierst. 


'48 


Williams. 


'53 


Wiiliums. 


'4B 


Williams. 


'48 


Williams. 


•75 


Midiliebury. 


'43 


Williams. 


'80 


Brown. 


'73 


Hamilton. 


'74 


C<)rnell. 


'01 


-Williams. 


'58 


Amhcrsl. 


'5;i 


Hamilton. 


'74 


Marietta. 


'7a 


Cornell. 


'U4 


.Tellerson. 


'4a 


Williams. 


'45 


Williams. 


'4« 


Williams 


'30 


Williams 


'50 


Amlicmt 


'M 


Amherst 


'B5 


Rochester 


'57 


Amherst 


'80 


S)racu<« 


'00 


Williams 


'711 


MadiMm 


'an 


Williams 



DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY. 



Brigmah, John K. 
Brink, Oark M. 
Bristol, Homer C. 
Bristol. JoliD B. 
Broadhead, Charles S. 
Brock, J. R. 
Brocket!, George L. 
Brodie, James P. 
Brokaw, R Watson 
BronsoD, Edwin J. 
Bronson, E. H. 
Bronson, HcrmOD 
Brooks, Edward F. 
Brooks, Edward P. 
Brooks, George W. 
BroBs, William 
Brotlicrton, Horatio 
Brown, A. C. 
Brown, Benjamin F. 
Brown. Charles H. 
Brown, Charles H. 
Brown, Charles H. 
Brown, Daniel 
Brown, Francis P. 
Brown, Franklin H. 
Brown, Henry J., Jr. 
Brown, Horace F. 
Brown, James W. 
Brown, John E. 
Brown, Josiah J. 
Brown, Judson C. 
Brown, Robert M. 
Brown, Waller I. 
Brown, Warren G. 
Brown, Willard D. 
Brown, William 
Browne, Martin J, 
Brownell, Leonard T. 
Briicc, lleniy .1. 
Brundgage, Israel 
Bryant, Lewis W 
liiichaiian Andrew 
Buck, Charles D. 
Duck, Horace H. 
Buck, Truman T. 
Buckingham, John M. 



New York. 

Rochester. 

Hochester, 

Rocliester. 

AmheDit. 

Rutgers. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Rutgers. 

Madison, 

Madison. 

Wc.stern Reserve. 

Williams, 

Rutgers. 

Middlebuiy. 

Williams. 

Madison. 

Western Reserve. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Manhattan. 

Williams. 

Amiierst. 

Brown. 

Rutgers. 

Brown. 

Williams. 

Rochester. 

Rutgers. 

Madison. 

Jefl^on. 

Middlebury. 

Union. 

Middlebury. 

Amherst. 

New York. 

Brown. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Williams. 
Amherst. 
Williams. 
Marietta. 



-K^ 



4^ 


L 




4 


W 


i 


^ — " 

156 IXJ>EX. 


^ 


?♦ 




BiicklaiHl. JumM 


13 


Amhcret. 






Biickland. RHiil.i J. W. 


50 


Union. 






Buckley JolinP 


59 


Union. 






Biiell. John 0. 


30 


Williams. 






Biiull, MarcuR D. 


73 


New York. 






Biifrhcc, Guorgc 


3» 


Union. 






Bullock, Israel H. 


«5 


Brown. 






Bullock, JanicB O. 


TO 


Brown. 






Bullock. William D. 


71 


Union. 






Buniick, Fnincis M. 


flO 


Hamilton. 






Burgess, FnuiclH (}. 


78 


Anilicrat. 






Burgess, Willinni P. 


7i» 


Amlicrst. 






Burgliardt. Peter 11. 


40 


Union. 






Burlinglmia lUnry D. 


55 


Union. 






Bumap, Sidney H. 


58 


Union. 






Burnet, Tliomos 


05 


New York. 






Burnett, Arthur W. 


60 


Ann Arbor. 






Bumelt, Tlieodoro W. 


53 


Hamilton. 






Buniliiim, Edwin 0. 


52 


Hamilton. 






Bunihaiu. Theodore P. 


71 


New York. 






Burr, John C. 


71 


BrowD. 






Burr, Heniy B. 


40 


Union. 






Burt, Evelyn A. 


40 


Willlama. 






Burt, James M. 


40 


Williams. 






Burt, John P. 


GO 


Union. 






Burton, Beulwn 


73 








Burwell, John B. 


75 


Marietta. 






Buschc, T. W. 


74 


Manhattan. 






Uusli, Stephen 


45 


Union. 






Buss, Prod. B. 


68 


Western Reserve. 






Bulls, Henry A. 


38 


Union. 






Butts, JoKluia T. 


UO 

C. 


Union. 






Cadwell, M. P. 8. 


59 


Middlebury. 






Cady, George M. 


40 < 


Williams. 






Cady, Martin E. 


60 


Middlebury. 






Uulderwood William N. 


47 


Union. 






Caldwell, AlLert J. 


6S 


Jefferson. 






Caldwell, Ebeo 


64 


Jefferson. 






Caldwell, Jolin C. 


55 


Amherst. 






Caldwell, Patterson T. 


65 








CalifE, Stephen A. 


63 


Jefferson. 




J 


Calkins, James F. 


41 


Union. 


Xa. 


*i 


:>- 




*^ 


7* 



DELTA UPRILON FRATERNITY. 



Call, D«vid F. 
Callicxt, FraDcis £. 
Cameron, Duncan E. 
Cameron, John J. 
Cameron, John B. 
Camp, Cynis 
Camp, Samuel 
Camp, SHmuel 8. 
Camphctl, Duncan 
Campbell, John C. 
Camphell, John A. 
Campbell, Woodley W. 
Canfleld, Philo 
C»nDon, Horace 
Carlelon, Marcus M. 
Carle, Thomas A. 
Cunnan George N. 
Carmichael, John 
Carpenter, Alva E. 
Carr, Anthony 
Carr, Helaon 
Carr, William O. 
Cnrriiigtoii, Geurge M. 
Carter, CharicB M. 
Carter, Delancj 
Carter, John H. 
Carter, Lucian E. 
Caty, Austin P. 
Cary, John W. 
Caij, Otis, Jr., 
Case, Ira 
Cass, L. A. 
Cass, Thoddeus G. 
Cavert, Michael P. 
CayTTOod, Albert J. 
Chndhournie, John P. 
Chadsey Demetrius M. 
Chadwick, Albert F. 
Chadwick, Albert M. 
Chaffee, Gerrit H. 
Chamberlain, James F. 
Chamlwrlain, Luman B. 
Chamberlin, Albert 
Champlln, Edward W. 
Chandler, Adoniram J. 
Chandler, Edward K. 



Madiaon. 

Marietta. 
Hamilton. 
Hamilton. 
Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 
JefEurson. 
Madiaon. 
Williams. 
Amhcrat. 
Amherst. 
Boc heater. 
Ann Arbor. 

Middiebiiry. 
Miami. 

Amherst. 
Williams. 

New York. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Amlierst. 

Union. 

Madison. 

Marietta. 

Rochester. 
Amherst. 
Amherst. 

Wilhams. 

Madison. 
Madison. 



4"" 




158 




Chapin, Addison M. 
Chapin, D wight L. 
Chapin, Joseph Y. 
Chapin, M. E. 
Chapin, Theodore F. 
Chapin, William V. 
Chapin, William W. 
Chapman, Clialmers D. 
Chapman, Charles H. 
Chapman, Oiiow W. 
Charles, Salem D. 
('hase, Edward W. 
Chase, Frederic A. 
Chase, Hiram 
Chase, Henry J. 
Chase, James U. 
Chase, John M. 
Chase, William T. 
Chestnut, Frank S. 
Chichester, Darwin 
Chilcott, Cyrus A. 
Child, William C. 
Childs, Albert L. 
Childs, Frank S. 
Chipman, Walter 
Chittenden, Edwin 8. 
Choate, Horace 
Church, Irving P. 
Churchill, Marcellus A. 
Cilley, Joseph 8. 
Clapp, Andrew J. 
Clapp, James C. 
Clapp, Luther 
Clark, Anson 
Clark, Amos D. 
Clark, Andrew W. 
Clark, Asahel L. 
Clark, Charles K. 
Clark, Cornelius J. 
Clark, Edgar W. 
Clark, Edward 
Clark, Elias 
Clark, Fletcher 
Clark, George 
Clark, George W. 
Clark, George W. 



INDEX. 




'69 


Western Reserve. 


'72 


Western Reserve. 


'66 


Hamilton. 


'76 


Western Reserve. 


'70 


Rochester. 


'77 


Western Reserve. 


'60 


Williams. 


'66 


New York. 


'57 


Union. 


'54 


Union. 


'73 


Amherst. 


'73 ^ 


Amherst. 


'55 


Union. 


'43 


Williams. 


'73 


Trinity. 


'61 


Waterville. 


'72 


Cornell. 


'65 


Waterville. 


'78 


Marietta. 


'40 


Union. 


'61 


Rochester. 


'40 


Union. 


'61 


Hamilton. 


'75 


Hamilton. 


'39 


Union. 


'65 


Rochester. 


'64 


Brown. 




Cornell. 


71 


Rochester. 


— 


Middlebury. 


'58 


Amherst. 


'57 


Amherst. 


'41 


Williams. 


'45 


Williams. 


'75 


Madison. 


'74 


Madisoiv. 


'57 


Amherst. 


'43 


Williams. 


'78 


Madison. 


'48 


Williams. 


'37 


Williams. 


'36 


Williams. 


'73 


Rutgers. 


'43 


Williams. 


'40 


Union. 




'46 



Union. 



i^ 



•»> 



A 
^ 


L 
^ 






i* 




DEL'TA UP8IL0N 


FRATERNITY. 159 ^ 


?* 




Clftrtt, George W. 


■53 


Amherst. 






Clark, James A. 


'53 


Williams. 






Clark, Jamea H. 


•70 


Washington, 






Clnrk, Jolin, Jr. 


■74 


Rochester. 






Clark, Joseph L. 


'55 


Union. 






Clark, Joseph M. 


'52 


Ainlicrst. 






Clark, Julian A. 


■74 


Hamilton. 






Clark. Rowan 


■53 


Williams. 






Clark, Solomon 


'37 


Williams. 






Clark, T. Jarvis 


■36 


Williams. 






Clark. Waller H, 


■54 


Willioms. 






Clark, William J. 


'Gl 


Amherst. 






Clarke, Edward S. 


■37 


Williama, 






Clarke, George C. 


■58 


Amherst. 






Clarke, Royal W. 


•68 


Amherst. 






ClCKg, Joliii <;. 


'4fl 


Williams. 






Cleveland. Giles B. 


■50 


Hamilton. 






Cleveland, Guy K. 


■50 


Hamilton. 






Clifford, Isaac S. 


'63 


Watervillo. 






Clinion, A. W. 


'73 


Cornell. 






Clisby, George 


■36 


Williams. 






Cloak, George W. 


■76 


Amherst. 






Close, M. Henry 


'61 


Union. 






Clum, John P. 


■74 


Rutgers. 






Coan, George M. 


'49 


Williams. 






Coan, George W. 


'46 


Williams. 






Coates, H. A. 


'73 


Brown. 






Cobb, Trederic H. 


'71 


Western Reserve. 






Cochran, James M. 


'73 


Miami. 






Cochrane, Granville P. 


'61 


WaterviUe. 






Cochrane, James B. 


'61 


Watecville. 






Colbourn, Charles H. 


'75 


Miami. 






Cole, Edward E. 


•74 


Miami. 






Cole, William H. 


'39 


Union. 






Collins. Barnahas 


•40 


Williams. 






Collins, James 


'58 


Amherst. 






Collins, Thaddcua W. Jr. 


'77 


Rochester. 






Colman, Nathaniel B. 


■63 


WaterviUe. 






Colt. Joseph G 


'61 


Middlebury. 






Comfort, Lawrence L. 


•48 


Union. 






Comingo, Edward G. 


'68 


Jefferson. 






Comingo, Neville B. C. 


'68 


Jeflerson 






Comstock, F. M. 


'76 


Union. 




Comi^tock, J. 11. 


'74 


Cornell. 




Conistock, Theodore B. 


■70 


Cornell. 




*k 


Comstock, William A. 

^ T 


'C7 


Westei'n Reserve. 


f* 






J 





J^ 


), 






J 


W 


*^ 


r^ 






^ 


?* 




160 INDEX. 










Condit, Uzftl W. 


47 


Williams. 








Congdou, La Fayette ' 


67 


Rocliester. 








Conkli.1, Henry W. 


TO 










Conklinfi, Timothy 


41 


Union. 








Connet, John L. 


71 


Rutgers. 








CoDDit, George W. 


4» 


Williams. 








Confitantine. George 


59 


Amherst. 








CoiiveiW, JameH 


50 










Cooder William C. 


75 


Marietm. 








Cook, Edwin M. 


83 


Waterville. 








Cook, Fred. A. 


80 


Syracuse. 








Cook, Henry P. 


63 


Hamilton. 








Cook, James H. 


41 


Union. 








Cook, Theodore 


43 


Williams. 








Cook. William M. 


78 


Trinity. 








Cooke, Charles B. 


73 


Middlebury. 








Cooke, Silas 


69 


Jeflerson. 








Cooley, Edwin 


54 


Amherst. 








■ Cooley, 0. Wellington 


41 


Williams. 








Coolidge, Amos H, 


53 


Amherst. 










77 


Rochester. 








Coon, George W. 


76 


Rochester. 








Coon, Henry P. 


44 


Williams. 








Cooptr SiiniK'lL. 


78 


New York. 








Copeland, Earnest R. 


75 


Cornell. 








Copeland, H E. 


73 


Cornell. 








Copeland, J, H. 


73 


Madison. 








Copeland, Jonathan 


41 


Union. 








Copp, George B. 


74 


Amherst. 








CorviUe, Corydon C. 


80 


Marietta. 








Comforth, Columbus 


36 


Waterville. 








Cornforth, Linton C. 


55 


Waterville. 








Cornwall, Augustus 


40 


Williams. 








Com well, Amos R. 


54 


Union. 








Corielyon, John G. 


70 


Rutgers. 








Corthc-Il, William J. 


57 


Waterville. 








Corwin, Eli 


48 


Williams. 








Cory, John E. 


TO 


Amherst. 








Cottrell, J. Parker 


73 


Madison. 








Cowan Charles 8. 


75 


Miami. 








Cowles, Augustus W, 


41 


Union. 








Cowles, George R. 


45 


Williams. 








Cowles, Junius J. 


75 


Hamilton. 








Cow per, James 3. 


47 


Union. 








Cox, CortPH F 


67 


Rochester. 






*£ 


CoMd, Cassius C. 


68 


Washington. 


~u 


u 


■*K 


r 






' 'y 


r 





1 






» 


^^ 


y ' 




•^t 


T^ 




DELTA 


UP8TL0N 


FBATEBI^ITT, 161 ^ 


' 




. Cozad, Marcus E. 


'70 


• 

Western Reserve. 






Cozens, John C. 


'72 . 


* New York. 






Craig, Adam 


'40 


Union. 






Ci*andal, Uberto 


'40 


Union. 






Crane, Albert A. 


'63 


Middlebury. 






Crane, Alvin M. 


'69 


Brown. 






Crane, A. Robinson 


'56 


Waterville. 






Crane, David F. 


'55 


Waterville. 






Cranemeyer, C. F. W. 


'65 


Jefferson. 






Craiy, Beebe D. 


'41 


Union. 






Cromlish, John 


'54 


Union. 






Cronise, H. Adelbert 


'77 


Rochester. 






Cronkhite, Aaron 8. 


'47 


Union. 






Crosby, David 


'68 


Rochester. 






Cross, George N. 


'76 


Amherst. 






Croswell, Micah 8. 


'55 


Amherst. 






Crowell, Charles H. 


'55 


Amherst. 






Crowell, Edward P. 


'79 


Amherst. 






Crowell, James W, 


'55 


Amherst. 






Crowell, Melvin E. 


'75 


Rochester. 






Cruikshank, James 


'51 


Union. 






Cruikshank, Robert 


'49 


Union. 






Crumb, Caleb B. 


'40 


Union. 






Cruttenden, David H. 


'41 


Union . 






Cuddeback, William L. 


'76 


Cornell. 






Cull, Thomas 


'61 


Rochester. 






Cnndall, Isaac N. 


'51 


Amherst. 






Currie, William 


'51 


Union. 






Currier, George W. 


'49 


Amherst. 






Curtin, Daniel W. 


'72 


Western Reserve. 






Curtis, Frederick A. 


'50 


Williams. 






Curtis, George 


'60 


Amherst. 






Curtis, Harry N. 


'73 


Marietta 






Curtis, S. H. 


'51 


Williams. 






Curtis, W. Putnam 


'74 


Marietta. 






Curtis, William S. 


— 


Hamilton. 






Curtis, Zebina 


'50 


Williams. 






Curtiss, Matson M. 


'80 


Hamilton. 






Curtiss, Warner H. 


'55 


Rochester. 






Cushraan, Chester L. 


'56 


Amherst. 






Cutler, Edward R. 


'62 


Williams. 






Cutter, Ephraim 


'74 


Rutgers. 




*^ 


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^ 


♦^ 


t^ 




H 


4 


. 




4 


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M 


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162 


INDEX, 








D. 






Dada, William B. 


■53 


Hamilton. 




Dairy mple, Augustus 


76 


llochesler. 








'73 


Miami. 






Danforth, Ambrose N. 


•44 


WiUiams. 






Danielson, Joseph 


■01 


Williams. 






Dunn, Cliiirles H. 


■52 


Williams. 






Darling, T. Whitney 


■74 


Middlcbury. 






Darling, Samuel D. 


■36 


Williams. 






■ Darrow, Daniel J. 


•50 


Union. 






Darrow, Janice 


•47 


Union, 






Darrow, James W. 


■80 


Uiovio. 






Daiy, Albert N. 


•78 


Urown. 








•48 


Williams. 






Davids. L. J, 


•79 


Union. 






Davis, Cbarlcs 


'44 


Union. 






Davis, Daniel T. 


•79 


Marietta. 






Davis, EdmonrI T. 


•85 


Union. 






Davis, Edwin H. 


'51 


Hamiltoa. 






Davis, Elbauan W. 


■57 


Union. 






Davis, Francis H. 


■00 


RocliCBlcr. 






Davis, John K. 


•41 


Union. 






Davis, J. H. 


■7C 


Union. 






Davis, Samuel H. 


'08 


Jeflorson. 






Davis. Thomas H. 


'57 


Middlcbury. 






Davis, William II. 


•04 


Rochester. 






Davis, William J. 


■44 


Williams. 






Dawley, J. P. 


•73 


Western Reserve. 






Day, liichard E. 


•77 


Syracuse. 






Day. Theodore S. 


"79 


Kochesl«r. 






Dean, Benjamin A. 


■03 


Amhorsl. 






Dean, Delovan D. 


'77 


Madison. 






Dean, Leotian) .T. 


■71 


Madison. 






Dean, Sjimuel C. 


■53 


Amherst. 






Docker, Benjamin F. 


■64 


Rutgers. 






Decker, Jacob B. 


•48 


Union. 






De Freest, Dcrick 


•48 


Williams. 






De La Mater, Isaac 


•44 


Williams. 






De La Mater, Josiah 


'70 


Western Reserve. 






De Long, David M. 


■73 


Marietta. 






Demareat. Samuel B. 


'67 


Rutgers. 






Demond Charles 


•44 


Williams. 






Demoruat, Charlea P. 


■06 


Riitgefs, 






Denfeld, Louis E, 


■78 


Amherst. 




*£ 


Denfeld, Robert E, 


'76 


Amherst. 

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163 



i 



Denike, Willet, Jr., 


'70 


Rutgers. 


Denio, Cole H. 


'38 


Williams. 


Dennis, John E. 


'70 


Rochester. 


Dennis, Waldo E. 


'77 


Cornell 


Dennison, Elmore W. 


'59 


Rochester. 


Denniston, Robert 


'57 


Union. 


Denton, J. M. 


'70 


New York. 


Denton, Nehemiah N. 


'64 


Rocliester. 


Denton, Theodore J. 


'45 


Williams. 


Devan, Spencer H. C. 


'76 


Rutgers. 


Devereaux, Alvin 


'41 


■4 Williams. 


Devin, David S. 


'78 


Marietta. 


Dewar, Frank 


'73 


Trinity. 


Dewell, Jacob B. 


'48 


Williams. 


Dewing, Thomas S. 


'47 


Williams. 


De Witt, Abner 


'51 


Williams. 


De Witt, Richard 


'60 


Rutgers. 


Do Yermand, H. H. 


'78 


Union. 


Dexter, George 


'60 


Amherst. 


Deyoe, Ephraim 


'39 


Union. 


Diament, Jeremiah N. 


'57 


Middlebury. 


Dibble, Cassius H. 


'68 


Hamilton. 


Dibble, Seymour H. 


'63 


Hamilton. 


liickey, Charles L. 


'77 


Marietta. 


Dickey, John A. 


'77 


Marietta. 


Dickinson, Edward A. 


'39 


Williams. 


Dickson, Alexander 


'46 


Union. 


Dilley, Alexander 


'43 


Williams. 


Dillingham, John H. 


'57 


Hamilton 


Dil worth, Albert 


'60 


Jefferson. 


Dimock, Edwin 


'54 


Amherst. 


Dimon, Oliver 


'40 


Williams. 


Dimond, Ezekiel W. 


'65 


Middlebury. 


Dimond, Henry C. 


'78 


Marietta. 


Dixon, George R. 


'73 


Rutgers. 


Dobbin, James S. 


'48 


Union. 


Debrobuboff, Ivan A. 


'74 


Cornell. 


Dodd, Cyrus M. 


'55 


Williams. 


Dodge, Edward C. 


'47 


Union. 


Dodge, E. Clare 


'76 


Rochester. 


Dodge, James W. A. 


'79 


Syracuse. 


Dodge, Seward M. 


'73 


Hamilton. 


Dodge, Will 


'77 


Western Reserve. 


Doe, Franklin B. ^ 


'51 


Amherst. 


Donaldson, Edwin G. 


'73 


Cornell. 


Donaldson, John 


'39 


Union. 



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52 


Hamilton. 








Donnao. William Q. 


SO 


Union. 








Donnelly, J. Bogardus 


43 


Williams. 








Dorward, William H. 


71 


Madison. 








DoacUer, William C. F. 


78 


New York, 








Douglas, Francifl W. 


68 


Brown. 








Douglass, Ebcn 


51 


Amherst. 








Douglass, Elon J, 


58 


Rochester, 








Douglass, Edward W. 


77 


Madison. 








Douglaas, Francis A. 


51 


Amherst. 








Dow, George W. 


.52 


Waterville. 








Dow, James 


42 


Union. 








Dowling, George T. 


73 


Madison. 








Dowling, John 


— 


Madison. 








Downing, William L. 


6fl 


Hamilton. 








Drake, J. Murray, 


57 


Waterville. 








l>rL'yi?r, CliarlL'S It. 


71 


Hamilton. 








Driesz, Jacob A. 


76 


Rochester. 








Drown, Albert us A. 


63 


Rochester. 








Duboc, Albert M. 


70 


Rochester. 








Dubois, John 


39 


Union. 








Dudley, William R. 


74 


Cornell. 








Dubuar, James 


39 


Union. 








Dunklee, Alanaon 


71 


Hadisnn. 








Dunning, Charles S. 


48 


Williams. 








DuntOD, Frederick B. 


66 


Waterville. 








Duryca, Samuel B. 


66 


New York. 








Button, Newell T. 


■70 


Brown. 








Dyar, diaries W. 


73 


Trinity. 








Dye, Henry 


73 


Marietta. 








Dye, George P. 


75 


Marietta. 








Dyke, Albert W. 


78 
E. 


Rochester. 








Backer, William E. 


41 


Union. 








Eaglesfield, James T. 


80 


Ana Arbor. 








Eaker, Aaron B. 


50 


Rochester. ' 








Earnist, Cbarles W. 


69 


Miami. 








Eaason, Henry, Jr. 


70 


Union. 








Eastman William W. 


73 


Madison. 








Eaton, Charles T. 


66 


Madison. 








Eaton, Lewis A. 


80 


Madison. 








Eaton, Otis 3. 


74 


Middlebury. 








Eckcrson,. Peter Q. 


63 


Hamilton. 


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FRATERNITY. 165 






Eddy, OtlB J. 


68 


Hamilton. 






Eddy, Sherman 


40 


Union. 






Eddy, William W. 


45 


WilllamB. 






Edgar, John 


49 


Union. 






Edgenon, Francis M. 


64 


Middlebury. 






Edwards, Rodney M. 


74 


Trinity. 






Edwards, William H. 


42 


Williams. 






Edwards, William N. 


38 


Williams. 






Edwards, William 8. 


78 


Cornell. 






Eggleslon. Cliarles H. 


78 


Syracuse. 






Ekings, P. O'Connor 


73 


Madison. 






Eldridge. L„val D. 


57 


Middlebury. 






Elliott, Kchard M. 


73 


Brown. 






Elliott, Frederick W. 


7» 


Brown. 






Ellis, Edward 


71 


Madison. 






Eilis, Wiley R. 


39 


Williams. 






Elmendorf, James 


41 


Union. 






Elmer, Edward D. 


73 


Trinity. 






Elmer, John E. 


70 


Hamilton. 






Elmer, Oscar H. 


65 


Hamilton. 






Elmore, Samuel E. 


57 


WilliaraB. 






Eltzrnfli, William F. 


69 


Miami. 






Ely Robert 


76 


Amherst. 






Emerson, Charles N, 


40 


Williams. 






Emery, Charles M. 


63 


Waterville. 






Emmes, .Tolin B. 


57 


Union. 






English, John D. 


55 


Williams. 






Enos, Edgar A. 


74 


Hamilton. 






Ensign, Amos M. . 


76 


Cornell. 






Ensign, James E. 


78 


Syracuse. 






Entler, George B. 


42 


Williams. 






Erdman, Albert 


68 








Erdman, William J. 


56 


Hamilton. 






Essex, William H, 


55 


Union. 






Esterbrook, Oorlumi 


79 


Brown. 






Evans, Enion Cranog-Val 


76 


Middlebury. 






Evans, Enoch K. 


53 


Amherst. 






Evans, Thomas 


51 


Hamilton. 






Everett, Edward 


75 


Syracuse. 






Everts, Josiah G. 


60 


Union. 






Faber, William F. 


80 


Rochester. 




J 


Fairchild, Herman L, 


74 


Cornell. 


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Fairmnn, Cburiea E. 
Falcs, DAvid 
Fales, J. Ciliey 
Fanning. James 
Farewell, Charles G. 
Farnliam, Edwin P. 
Farnhani, Pliilip P. 
Farolian), Bctli T. 
Prtnigwortli, lliriini W, 
Farren, William A. 
Farrill, Edgar T. 
Farriii^toii. Tdomaa L. 
J^rwell, Henry 
Faunce, Daniel W. 
Faunce, William H. P. 
Pay, Henry C. 
Fay, Prescott 
Felton, George H, 
Fenn, Bamuei P. 
Feiiner Prand D. 
Pergnaon, Daniel A. 
Ferguson, James A. 
Ferris, Albert W. 
Ferris, Edsall 
Ferris, Isaac 
Ferris, James D. 
Ferris, L. Vernon 
Ferris, Richard 
Ferry, George H. 
Fessendcn, Anson D. 
Field, James P. 
Field, Jobnson S. 
Field, Samuel T. 
Field, Thomas G. 
FieUleti, Jiwopli F. 
Fifield. 8. Hubbard 
Finch, George C. 
rindley "William E. 
Pinks. Delos E. 
Fish, Elijah S. 
Fish, Joseph L. A. 
Fish, William J. 
Fisher, Charles R, 
Fisher, George 
Fisiier, Herman P. 
Fisher, James P. 



Rochester. 
Waterville. 

Middlebury. 

Rochester. 
Brown. 
Williams. 
Brown. 

Union. 

Western Reserre. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Brown. 

Rochester. 

Rochester. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

New York. 

Jefferson. 

New York. 

New York. 

Middlebury. 

New York. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 
Williams. 

Brown. 

Waterville. 

Miami. 

Hamilton. 

Amherst, 

Amherst. 

Middlebury. 

Trinity. 

Middlebuiy. 

Amhefsl. 

Union. 



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FRATERNITY. 167 






Fisher, Samuel W. 


41 


Williams. 






Fislier, Thomas L. 


78 


Amherst. 






Fitcli. Appleton H. 


56 


Amherst. 






Fitch, George P. 


66 


Western Reserve. 






Pitch, George W. 


68 


Union. 






Plagg, James W. 


78 


Middlebury. 






Plagg, Rufus C. 


69 


Middlebury. . 






Plagg, William D. 


S3 


Amherst. 






FliiiuiLn-, ^ieorpcl'. 


78 








Fleming, David B. 


S8 


Jefferson. 






Fleming. Miiyliury W. 


73 


New York. 






Flelcher, Augustus A. 


57 


Watcrville. 






Fling, W. Earl 


41 


Williams. 






Flint, Ephraim 


51 


Williams. 






Flint, Franklin C. 


61 


Amherst. 






Flint, Frederick W. 


06 


Union. 






Flim, Henry J. 


65 


Middlebury. 






Flood, George 8. 


61 


Waterville. 






Fl..wer, Calvin H. 


58 


Middlebury. 






Flowt-r, William C. 


73 


Trinity. 






Puliea, Willlani A. 


48 


Amherst. 






Polsom, Gi'orKe I'. 


47 


Williams. 






Pimdn, Anthony C. 


30 


Union. 






Poole, Charles W. 


74 


Western Reserve. 






Poote, Henry S. 


57 


Middlebuiy. 






Forbes, Cliarlcs 


04 


Rochester. 






Forbes, Samuel B. 


55 


Williams. 






Ford, Andrew E, 


71 


Amherst. 






Ford, Chandler T. 


48 


Williams. 






Ford. Edwarda 


44 


Williams. 






Ford, Edward I. 


49 


Willisms. 






Ford, Francis F. 


51 


Hamilton. 






Ford, Henry 


65 


Hamilton. 






Ford, Henry A. 


42 


WilliBras. 






Ford, Henry A. 


GS 


Amherst. 






Ford, Henry T. 


58 


Williams. 






Ford. James W. 


69 


Madison. 






Pord. James W. 


73 


Madison. 






Ford. Jonathan 


30 


Williams. 






Ford. Joseph C. 


51 


Hamilton. 






Ford, Smith T. 


78 


Madison, 






Fosket, Honire P. 


U 


Williams. 






Fobs, OordelUi^ H, 


64 


Watcrville. 






Poster, Leroy A. 


72 


Cornell. 






Foster, JosepJj U. 


49 


Williams. 




J 


Foster, Reuben E. 


74 


Cornell. 


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INDEX. 








Foster, 8. Hllilreth 


'43 


Williams. 






Fountain, C. H. 


'43 


Williams. 






Fowler, George 


'73 


Amherst. 






Fowler, Spencer J. 


'48 


Union. 








'47 


Union. 






Eraser, Tliomas 


'43 


Union. 






Frayer, Eugene 


'78 


Cornell. 






Frazee, Theodore D. 


•69 


Rutgers. 






Free. Alfred 


'71 


Hadison. 






Freeman, H. Woodward 


'47 


Union. 






Freeman, Willard W. 


'64 


WalerviUe. 






Freeman, Willlftm F, 


'5T 


Union. 






French, John M. 


■68 


Jefferson. 






French, William H. 


'73 


Cornell. 






Freiday, Jacob A. 


'71 


Rochester. 






Frost, A. G. 


_ 


HadisoD. 






Frost, Daniel D. 


'40 


Williams. 






Fry Jacol> 


'51 


Union. 






Fuller, Alexander, Jr„ 


'59 


Watervllle. 






Fuller, Robert 


'40 


Union. 






Fulton, Alfred A. 


'72 


Cornell. 






Fulton. Robert H. 


'76 


Amherst. 






Furbeck, George 


■47 


Union. 






Purbeck, Peter R. 


'54 


Union. 






Purbeck, Phillip 


'54 


Union. 






Furgoraon, George G. 


'58 


Rochester. 






Furman. garouel H. 


'44 


Union. 






Fye, Albert R. 


'76 

G. 


Miami. 






Gage, M. 8. B. 


■57 


Rochester. 






Gage, 8. Henry 


'77 


Cornell. 






Gallagher, Nicholas 


'63 


Watervllle. 






Gallup, Avery 


■60 


Western Reserve. 






Gallup, Simeon 


'64 


Brown. 






Gallup. Samuel C. 


'74 


Brown. 






Gnus, Enoch S. 


■68 








Gardiner, Ohnrles A. 


'80 


Hamilton. 






Gardiner. Henry J. 


■50 


Union. 






Gardner, Abraham B. 


'43 


Union. 






Gardner. Charles H. 


'47 


Williams. 






Gardner. Edward P. 


■58 - 


Amherst. 






Gardner, .Tohn 


'41 


Union. 






Gardner, Noah B. 


"48 


Williams. 




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Gardner, Sylvester 
Qardner, Thom&s G. 
Gftrfleld, Jamea A. 

Garnaey, William 8. 
Gates, George A. 
Gates, Hiram N. 
Gal«s, Jasper C. 
Gates, Stephen P. 
Gay, H. Heraan 
Gaylord, Fred. A. 
Gay lord, Martin L, 
Genung, Q. Fred. 
Oenung, J. Frank 
Gerrard, Clinton W. 
Gibbons, Henry 
Gibson, Jobn 
GiSord, James H. 
GifEotd, John P. 8. 
Oifiord, Orrin P. 
Gilbert, Alfred A. 
GUbert, Grove K, 
Giles, Arthur H. 
Gill, William H. 
Gladding, Thotiias S. 
Glass, Heman H. 
Gicfwou, John F. 
Gleed, Philip K. 
Glen Frank E. 
<3lendenning, John 8. 
Goff, Isaac C. 
Goddard, Daniel F. 
Goddard, John 
Goddard, Josiah H. 
Goddard, William It. 
Godding, Clarence M. 
floetbals, George W. 
Goldbachcr, Joaeph 
Goldthwait, John 
Goodale, David W. 
Goodhue, John H. 
Goodnougli, Adoniram J. 
Goodnough, William T. 
Goodrich, Charles B. 
Goodrich, Chauncey 
Goodwin, Edward P. 
Goodwin, George F. 



Hamilton. 

Williams. 
WilliamB. 
Madison. 

L'nion. 

Jefferson. 
Amherst. 
Amherst. 
Amherst- 
Miami, 
Amherst. 

Middlebury. 

Williams. 

Brown. 



Syracuse. 
Jefferson. 

Amherst. 
Amherst. 

Rochester. 

JeffersoD. 

Ann Arbor. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Marietta. 

Brown. 

Manhattan. 

Manhattan. 

WalerviUu. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Middlebury. 
WiHiams. 
Amherst. 
Itochester. 



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INDEX. 


1 






Goodwin, William 


'42 


Williams. 






Gordon, Andrew 


'50 


Union. 






Gosman, Abraham 


'43 


Williams. 






Gossard, Thomas M. 


72 


Miami. 






Gouge, Fred. H. 


70 


Hamilton. 






Gould, Augustus G. 


'48 


Hamilton. 






Gove, Curtis C. 


'74 


Middlebury. 






Gove, James T. 


'61 


Middlebury. 






Gow, John R. 


'77 


Brown. 






Gower, Cornelius A. 


'67 


Waterville. 






Graham, George 


'63 


Middlebury. 






Graham, Joseph B. 


'58 


Union. 






Graham, Robert 0. 


'77 


Amherst. 






Grant, Charles R. 


72 


Western Reserve 






Grant, Gabriel 


'46 


Williams. 






Grant, George D. 


'78 


Marietta. 






Gray, John G. 


'53 


Union. 






Gray, Nathaniel 0. 


'64 


Brown. 






Gray, Robert 


'49 


Union. 






Gray, William C. 


'56 


Hamilton. 






Gr»',en, Charles W. 


'63 


Waterville. 






Green, Daniel C. 


'43 


Williams. 






Green, Edward 


'77 


Brown. 






Green, Emory C. 


'40 


Union. 






Green, Grant D. 


'77 


Syracuse. 






Green, James 


'44 


Williams. 






Green, S. H. 


'73 


Madison. 






Greene, Benjamin A. 


'72 


Brown. 






Greene, Homer 


'76 


Union. 






Greene, Stephen 


'73 


Brown. 






Greenfield, D'Linton W. 


'69 


Hamilton. 






Greves, J. Sanford 


'61 


Hamilton. 






Grier, James, Jr. 


'65 


Jefferson. 






Griffin, Le Roy F. 


'66 


Brown. 






Griffis, William E. 


'69 


Rutgers. 






Griffith, George 


'77 


Hamilton. 






Griffith, William M. 


'80 


Hamilton. 






Griggs, Charles E. 


'56 


Amherst. 






Grinnell, Lawrence L. 


'73 


Cornell. 






Griswold, Alpha D. 


'55 


Williams. 






Griswold, John V. 


'65 


Union. 






Griswold, Perley W. 


'80 


Middlebury. 






Griswold, Wolcott N. 


'54 


Union. 






Guernsey, George M. 


'56 


Amherst. 






Guernsey, Willis A. 


'80 


Middlebury. 






Guffin, Cyrus 


'44 


Williams. 




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Oulick, Thomas L. 
Giinn, Walter 
Gurney, PrcBlon 
Qutgaell,E. F. J. 
Guthrie, James 



Hack ley, Simeon 
Hadden, Alexander 
Uageman, Andrew 
Hagcman, Andrew J. 
Ht^m&n, Herman 
IlaiKht, -Iiimes A. 
Hale, George W. 
Hale, Henry W. 
Hale, James R. 
Hall, Arthur G. 
Hall, C. M. 
Hall, Cliristopher W. 
Hall, David B. 
Hall, Epliraim C. 
Hall, J, Earl 
Hall, Lawrence A. 
Hall, Thomas A. 
Hall, Thomas A. 
Hall. William H. 
Halsey, Calvin U. 
• Hamblen, Isaac S. 
Hamblen, Samuel 
Hamblin, T. Frank 
Hamilton, Gavin T>. 
Hamilton, Laurent! ne 
Hamilton, Kohert C. 
Hamilton, William J. 
Haralln, Charica W. 
Hamlin, Cyras 
Hamlin, Edward O. 
Hand, Ellas 
Hanna, Alfred F. 
Hanna, George L. C. 
Hanna, Lyman E. 
Hanna, T. A. T. 
Hanna, William T. C. 
Hannay, John S. 



Rutgers. 

Brown, 

Manhattan. 
Williams. 



Hamilton. 

Rutgers. 

Rutgers. 

Cornell. 
Amherst. 
Watcrville. 

Amherst 

Syracuse. 

Williams. 

Middlebury. 

Union. 

Union. 

Hamilton. 

Marietta. 

Williams. 

Rocliester. 

Amiierst. 

Williams. 

Waterville. 

Water vl He. 

Madison. 

Rochester. 

Hamilton, 

Miami. 

Jefferson. 

Hamilton. 

Waterville. 

Hamilton. 

Brown. 

Madison. 
Western Reserve. 

Madison. 
Madison. 



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Hanmcr, George B. 


■65 


Brown. 






Hamhiirat. Dunid T. 


'73 


Rutgers. 






Hiirdy, Henry Q. 


'80 


Brown. 






Harmon, Cl.arles 8. 


'73 


Cornell. 






Hannon, Edward E. 


'08 


Waterville. 






Harmon, Henry W. 


■80 


WaterviUe. 






Hanuon. Silas S. 


'43 


Union. 






Hnii>er. John 


'83 


Union. 






Harrington, J. B. 


'80 


Western Reserve, 






Harrington, R W. 


■76 


WesWrn Reserve. 






Harris, Seymour C. 


■42 


Union. 






Harris, Stephen 


'58 


Amherst. 






Hart, John 


'69 


Rutgers. 






Han. Luther B. 


'4fi 


Union. 






Hnrter Henry L. 


■58 


Union. 






Hartwell, Cluirics 


■4S 


Amherst. 






Hartwell, John 


■55 


Amherst. 






Hartwel), John M. 


'01 


Union. 






Hartzell, Will H. 


'71 


Amherst, 






Harvey, Charles E. 


■07 


Brown. 






Harwood, Charles E. 


'52 


Williams. 






Harwood, James H. 


'60 


Williams. 






Ha-HbrnuRk, J«re<i 


■84 


Rutgers. 






Haskell, Henry C. 


'58 


Williams. 






Haskell, Peleg S. 


'55 


WaterviUe. 






Haskins, R. W. 


•ee 


New York. 






Hastings, BenjaRilu F. 


'61 


Williams. 






HastingB, Frederic H. 


■38 


Williams. 






Haatings, Henry 


■58 


Amherst. 






HasUngs, Judaon W. 


'76 


Brown. 






Hastings, Stephen G. 


'79 


Brown. 






Hatch, Junius L. 


'40 


Amherst. 






Hatch, Silas W. 


'SO 


Madison. 






Ilatlield, Sincliiir J. 


'69 


Western Reserve- 






Hathaway, Arthur 8. 


'79 


Cornell. 






Hathaway, Seymour D. 


— 


Marietta. 






Havens, Charles E. 


'74 


Hamillon. 






Hawkes, Edward P. 


■38 


Williams. 






Hawkes, Joseph B. 


•44 


WUliams. 






Hawkes, Theron H. 


'44 


Williams. 






Hawkes, Winthrop B. 


78 ■ 


Marietta. 






Hawkins, Buel J. 


•52 


Amherst. 






Hawkins, ChaHea B. 


"79 


Hamilton. 






Hawley, Charles 


'40 


Williams. 






Hawley, Chester W. 


•58 


Amherst. 






Hawley, L. E. 


'77 


Union. 




*^ 


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DELTA UPHILOHr 


FRATERNITY. 173 






Hawley, WilUftm A. 


42 


Williams. 






HAydea. Hiram C. 


58 


Amherst. 






HHyoB, Oliver B. 


50 


Williams. 






Haynw. George A. 


46 


Williams. 






Haya, Duvid 


78 








Hays, Solomon 


80 


Rochester 






Hazeltine, Abner 


56 


Williams. 






HaKL'ltinc, Charles G. 


30 


Williams. 






Hazeltine, Gcorgo 


63 


Williams. 






Hazeltlne, Miron J 


48 


Amheret. 






Hazen, Hervey C. 


62 


Amherst. 






Hazen, James K. 


56 


Williams. 






Hazen, Reul)cn G., Jr. 


62 


Williams. 






Hazun, TimoUiy A. 


40 


Williams. 








49 


Union. 






Heath, Arthur C. 


78 


Madison. 






HeaUi, Solomon P, 


40 


Union. 






Hebard, George D. A. 


54 


Amherst. 






Hedrick, Charles J. 


74 


New York. 






Heermana, Benjamin M. 


40 


Uuion. 






HefEern. Andrew D. 


78 


Amiierst. 






Helms, Edwin D. 


50 


Union. 






He n dee, Homfe 


41 


Union. 






Henderson, Louis F. 


74 


Cornell. 








54 


Union. 






Henderson. 8. Wilbur' 


77 


New York. 






Hendrick. Elijah W. 


71 


Brown. 






Hendrick, J. Willaiid 


80 


Hudison. 






Hendricks, Franeis 


46 


Union. 






Hendrickson, Hendrick A. 


75 


Rutgers. 






Henning, Charles S. 


79 


Ann Arbor. 






Heritage, Lemuel T. 


58 


Union. 






Herrick, Henry 


56 


Williams. 






Herrick, Hubert P. 


40 


Amherst. 






Herrick, James 


41 


Williams. 






Herrick, Samuel E. 


59 


Amherst. 






Herrick, Thomas P, 


56 


Amherst. 






Herring, Edwin A. 


72 


Brown. 






Herron, David 


55 


Union. 






Hewett, Cliaries E. 


60 


Kochester. 






Hickcox, William C. 


47 


Union. 






Hickoy, Yates 


4B 


Hamilton. 






Hickok, ElUlia P. 


66 


Hadison. 






Hicks, Frederick 


61 


Williams. 






Hicks, Ratcliffc 


64 


Brown. 






Higgins, Corydon W. '49 


Williams. 


w 


*i 


M 




H 


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J 


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Vj. 


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INDEX. 








HigginB, John 8. 


'58 


Rochester. 






Hii;gin», Lucius JI. 


'00 


Amherst. 






Higley, Alfred E. 


•08 


Middlebuiy. 






HiKley, Edwin II. 


'68 


Middlcbury. 






Higley, George T. 


'57 


Amhersi. 






Higley, Henry P. 


'00 


Middlebury. 






Hill, Albert C. 


•77 


Madison. 






Hill, Herbert M. 


■7n 


Hamilton. 






Hill, Jtilin T. 


'78 


Cornell. 






Hill. Samuel N. 


'40 


Williams. 






Hmman.JjimoH W. 


'73 


New York. 






Hills, John P. 


'37 


Williama. 






HillB, Milton T. 


'Wi 


Hamilton. 






HillR, Setb K 


'5t 


Hamilton. 






Hills, William 


'41 


Williams. 






Hinekley Watson D. 


'78 


Ann Arbor. 






Hmdlcy, Roliert C. 


•73 


Trinity. 






Hlndtnan, Tlionins 


'05 


Jefferson. 






Hingeley, .Tojwph IJ. 


'77 


Amherst. 






Hinsdale, Guy 


■78 


Amherst. 






Hitclicock, Loraniis E. 


•73 


Amherst. 






Hitclicock, Milan H. 


'54 


Amherst. 






Hitchcock, Ronieyn 


'72 


Cornell. 






Hobart, AnsoQ L. 


'30 


Williams. 






Hobart, A. S. 


■73 


Madison. 






Hobart, Clarence C. 


'78 


Madison. 






Hobart, Newton B. 


'7S 


Western Reserve. 






Hodges, George 


■4o 


Williams. 






Hodges, Willard 


'45 


Williams. 






Hodgnmn, ThouuiH M. 


'40 


Union. 






Hoekslra, Ji'toli A. 


•63 


Rochester. 






Hoff, Williiim H. 


'73 


New York. 






Holbrook, John J. 


'72 


Brown. 






HoUister, Horace H. 


•62 


Hamilton. 






Hollister, John Q. A. 


■63 


Hamilton. 






Hollister, Martin F. 


■67 ■ 


Hamilton. 






Holloway, Cburles H. 


'54 


Amherst. 






Holmes, Dfinicl W. 


'63 


Middlebury. 






Holmes, Jesse M. 


'57 


Union. 






Holmes, John 3. 


'64 


Brown. 






Holmes, Lewis De V. 


•68 


Miami. 






Holt, William H. 


■76 


Union. 






Hood, Robert 


•53 


Union. 






Hopkins, George I. 


'75 


Brown. 






Hopkins, Henry H. 


'39 


Union. 






Hopkins, John 0. 


'm 


Brown. 




■*i 






~-(. 


X^ 


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— f 


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DELTA UP8IL0N 


FBATEMNITY. 175 


r 




Hopkins, Lazell B. 


80 


Syracuse 






Horr, Charles E. 


69 


New York. 






Horr, George E. Jr., 


76 


Brown. 






Horlon, George C. 


71 


Hamilton. 






Horton, Mnreus N. 


63 


Williams. 






Hosford, Henry 


80 


Western Reserve. 






HoBford, Henry B. 


43 


Williams. 








47 


Williams. 






Hosmer, Frank A, 


75 


Amherst. 






Hough, Benezet A. 


60 


Brown. 






Uougb, George W. 


66 


Union. 






Hough. Lewis 8. 


41 


Union. 






Hougbtou, Jonathan S. 


57 


Watcrville. 






Houael, Antliony 


72 


Western Reserve. 






Houaton, Janios E. 


40 


Union. 






Hovey Arthur J. 


69 


Brown. 






Howard, Charles W. 


78 


Middlebury. 






Howard, Daniel M. 


58 


Middlchury. 






Howard, James B. 


49 


Williams. 






Howard, Leland 0. 


77 


Cornell. 






Howard, Marlin 8. 


55 


Amherst. 






Howard, Walter E. 


71 


Middlchury. 






Howe, Abdallah M. 


73 


Miami. 






Howe, Elijah 


49 


Amherst. 






Howe, George M. 


51 


Union. 






Howe, George M. 


71 


Amherst. 






Howe, Milton 


56 


Hamilton. 






Howell, William A. 


78 


Now York. 






Howes, Rowland S. 


36 


Williams. 






Bowlaud, Edward C. 


79 


Cornell. 






Howland, John 


76 


Amherst. 






Hoyt, Daniel W. 


71 


Brown. 






Hoyt, James 


40 


Union. 






Hoyt, James T. 


74 


Union. 






Hoyt. Zerah T. 


40 


Union. 






Hubbard, Ciiarles F. W. 


76 


Amherst. 






HubUrd. E. Andrews 


43 


Williams. 






Hubbard, Franklin 


54 


Amherst. 






Hubbard, George E. 


78 


Madison. 






Hubbard. Julius W. 


44 


Williams. 






Hubbeli. Uliarlcs L. 


46 


Williams. 






Hughes, Charles E. 


80 


Madison. 






Hulbert, Charles E. 


70 


Rochester. 






Hulbcrt, Henry W. 


79 


Middlebury. 






llulett, Don Alon/.o 


56 


Union. 




*i 


Hulett, William D. 
1=*^ 


73 


Union. 


\^ 


*x. 


r^ 




■^ 


f* 



♦<H- 



Huling, Alexander H. 
Hull, Amos G. 
Hull, Charles F. 
Hull, Harry D. 
Hull, J. McrTln 
Hull, Savilian B, 
Humpbrey, GriffiUi U. 
Humphrey, Washington I. 
Hunsicker, Jwepk Vf. 
Hunt, Edwin 
Hunt, Jeremiah H. 
Hunter, A. Bertis 
Huntington, Herbert 
Huntington, Joel 
HuntiDgioD, Pope C. 
Huntliiy Simford F. 
Huntress, Edward S. 
Hurlburt, Eli H. 
.Hurlburt, W. Frankllo 
Huston, George W. 
HulchingB, George E. 
Hutchings, Jasper 
HulfhinB, Hiram 
Hutchinson, Clinton C. 
HutehinsoD, James E 
Huichinson, Loring 8. 
Hyatt, Theodore 
Hydv. Jeremiah D. 
Hyde, Thomas C. P. 
• Hylnnd, Josiah A. 



Williams. 

Hadison, 

Hamilton. 
Middlebury. 
Amiierst. 
Washington. 
Wattrville. 
Union. 
Amherst. 
Miami, 
Amherst. 
Syracuse. 
Union. 
Rochester 
Cornell. 
Water ville. 
Roehcstcr. 
Williams. 
Union, 
Syracuse. 
Williams. 
Madison. 
Rochester, 
Amherst. 
Syracuse. 
Union. 
. Williams. 
Williams, 
Hamilton. 



Ingall^, S. Marshall 


4fl 


Union. 


Ingails, T. Cadwell 


48 


Williams. 


Ingersoll, J. Otis M. 


43 


Williams. 


Ingersoll, Moses 8. 


48 


Union. 


Ingrahani, George W. 8. 


71 


Cornell, 


rBQaes, Abraham 8. 


71 


New York 


Ives, C;hristo))her 


42 


Union. 


Ives, Etban A. 


n 


Union, 


Ives, WUliam C. 


63 


Brown, 



«<H- 




J. 



*ih=^- 



Jackson, Amos M. 
Jackpon, John H. 
Jackson, John H. 
Jackson, Peter V. 
Jackson, W. L. 
Jake way, Pelatia 
James, Horace P. 
James, William A. 
Jamison, James N. 
Jamison, John M. 
Jansen, James H. 
Jefferds, Chester D. 
Jenkins, Charles E. 
Jenkins, Lewis H. 
Jenkins, William G. 
Jenks, Jerry W. 
Jenks, William L. 
Jenney, Ed. W. 
Jennings, Edmund B. 
Jennings, Joel A. 
Jessup, Albert H. 
Jessup, Lewis 
Jessup, Theodore F. 
Johns, Hiram C. 
Johnson, Ezra G. 
Johnson, Edwin R. 
Johnson, Hiram E. 
Johnson, John B. 
Johnson, Millard F. 
Johnson, Marcus M. 
Johnson, Norman L. 
Johnston, James W. 
Johnston, Knox 
Johnston, Milton C. 
Johnston, Samuel R. 
Johnston, William J. 
Jones, Addison R 
Jones, Clinton M. 
Jones, George O. 
Jones, Henry W. 
Jones, John H. 
Jones, John P. 
Jones, R. Elvin 

23 



'61 
'60 
71 
'66 
'74 
'42 
'76 
'62 
'76 
'69 
'40 
'55 
'42 
'51 
'74 
'79 
'78 
'79 
'39 
'45 
'78 
'43 
'64 
'59 
'39 
'63 
'49 
'78 
'76 
'70 
'52 
'62 
'76 
'73 
'76 
'53 
'79 
'60 
'69 
'57 
'67 
'75 
'61 



Waterville. 

Waterville. 

Rutgers. 

Rochester. 

Union. 

Union. 

Middlebury. 

Williams. 

Miami. 

Miami. 

Union. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Hamilton. 

Western Reserve. 

Ann Arbor. 

Ann Arbor. 

Ann Arbor. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Syracuse. 

Williams. 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

Williams. 

Rochester. 

Hamilton. 

Ann Arbor. 

Brown. 

Brown. 

Williams. 

Union. 

Amherst. 

Cornell. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Syracuse. 

Amherst. 

Washington. 

Amherst. 

Western Reserve. 

Western Reserve. 

Waterville. 



W* 



V 



Jones, Tliomas W. 
Jones, William K. 
Jordan, D. 8. 
Jordan, Edward M. 
Jordan, John J. 
Joslin, George E. 
Joslyn, John R. 
Judd, Don A. 
Judd, Jonathan 8. 
Judd, William E. 
Judson, Louis F. 
Julian, J. Ernest 
Juttcn, David B. 
Jutten, D. D. 



'64 
'80 
72 
'40 
'«3 
'61 
'73 
'75 
'39 
'74 
'72 
'69 
'67 
'67 



Rutgers. 

Ann Arbor. 

Cornell. 

Williams. 

Jefferson. 

Middlebury. 

Rochester. 

Marietta. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Cornell. 

Western Reserve. 

Madison. 

New York. 



Kauffman, Rudolph 
Keeler, B. 
Keene, George A. 
Keene, Luther, Jr. 
Keeney, Joseph 
Kegwin, Henry W. 
Kehoo, John L. 
Keith, William A. 
Kellen, William V. 
Kellerman, William A. 
Kelley, James P. 
Kelley, William 
Kelly, Lewis A. 
Kellogg, Allyn 8. 
Kellogg, E. William 
Kellogg, George W. 
Kellogg, Henry 
Kellogg, Henry M. 
Kellogg, Lauren 
Kellogg, Robert O. 
Kellogg, William 8. 
Kellom. John H. 
Kelsey, Charles D. 
Kelscy, Edward D. 
Kelsey, Frank D. 
Kendall, John F. 
Kennedy, E. S. T. 
Kennedy, Horace M. 



K. 

'75 

'76 
'60 
'59 

'47 
'79 
'54 
'41 
'72 
'74 
'77 
'41 
'78 
'46 
'36 
'59 
'43 
'58 
'47 
'71 
'65 
'42 
'72 
'74 
'70 
'55 
'68 
'74 



Amherst. 

8yracuse. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Brown. 

Union. 

Williams. 

Brown. 

Cornell. 

Brown. 

Union. 

Western Reserve. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Hamilton. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Cornell. 

Rochester. 

Williams. 

Marietta. 

Marietta. 

Marietta. 

Hamilton. 

New York. 

Cornell. 






X — 



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DELTA UPSILON 


FItATERNITT. 179 






Rennedy, Joshua 


41 


Union. 






Kent, A. Palmer 


70 


Hamilton. 






Kent, BvarW B. 


85 


Middlebury. 






Kenyon, William C. 


44 


Union. 






Kcnyon, William H. 


65 


Rochester. 






Kerr, George 


39 


Williama. 






Kerr, William 


50 


Wiliiama. 






Ketcliiim llyliOTA. 


66 


Western Reserve. 






Keyea, EJcliard C). 


48 


Hamilton. 






Keysor, S, Gednej 


66 


New York. 






Kezar, Abner H. 


64 


Waterviile. 






Kiehle, Amos A. 


71 


Hamilton. 






Kiehle, David L. 


61 


Hamilton. 






Kierscd, Wynkoop 


40 


Union. 






Kies, Henry 


53 


Amherst. 






Kilburn, John A. 


52 


Williams. 






Kimball, Charles A. 


54 


Amherst. 






Kimball, Edward P. 


56 


Amhcret. 






Kimball, James P. 


65 


Hamilton. 






Kimball, John C. 


54 


Amherst. 






King, Charles 


46 


Union. 






King, George E. 


69 


Hamilton. 






King, George M. P. 


57 


Waterviile. 






King, Geoi'ge 0. 


66 


Brown. 






King, Henry A. 


■73 


Amherst. 






King, John A, 


49 


Union. 






King, Nathan 8. , , 


49 


Williama. 






King, Rufus 


42 


Union. 






King, Thomas J. 


48 


Williama. 






Kingman, Charles II. 


77 


Syracuse. 






Kingsbury, Edward N. 


78 


Amherst. 






Kingsbury, Henrj- C. 


49 


Hamilton. 






Kiiigsiey CliarVa F. 


72 


Middlebury. 






Kiiine, CbiirliisH. 


79 


Brown. 






Kinney, Roswell H. 


53 


Hamilton. 






Kinney, Sanford B. 


49- 


Union. 






Kinsell, Robert B. 


62 


Rutgers. 






Kipp, Leander 


46 


Williams. 






Kirby, Isaac H. 


58 


Union. 






Kirby, William W. 


55 


Union. 






Kirkland, James 


69 


Cornell. 






Kling, William H. 


64 


Rutgers. 






Klinli, Nathaniel B. 


47 


Union. 






Knapp, Alonzo 


55 


Williams. 






Knapp, Lyman E. 


62 








Knapp, Seaman A. 


56 


Union. 




.W 








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180 

Kncelsnd. Martin D. 


INDEX. 
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Hamilton, 






Knepiicr, Clmrlen 


■04 


Jefferson . 






KnifSlA, Andrew .1, 


'(« 


Rorlicster. 






Knowlion, A. K. P. 


'54 


Walorville. 






Knox, Oscar F. 


'44 


Union. 






Knox. Willinm .1. 


'63 


HaniUtoQ. 






Kolb. William L. 


-70 


Madison. 






KrcsB, GuoTgo 


'77 


AmbersL 








'39 


Union. 






KrcjxT, (;iiarleaT. 


•08 


Rochester. 






Kruft, Fmtinund V. 


'78 


Woslorn Reserve. 






Kiihn, William C, 


'61 








Km-dilinji, Emil 


'08 


Rochester. 






Kiis/., ClnirlesL. 


■73 


Marietta. 






Ijibaw, George W. 


'6(1 


Rutgers. 






Ladd, llcnrj- M. 


'72 


Middleburf. 






I.air(i, James 


'Bl 


Amherst. 






Lamb, Jolm W. 


■55 


Waterville. 






Lambert, Tliomos S. 


■44 


Williams. 






Lnmburton, Alexander B. 


'60 


Rochester. 






Lnmont, Daniel 8, 


'73 


Union. 






La Mont, Thomas 


•56 


Union. 






La Mont, Wellington 


'56 


Union. 






Lnmorciix, A. J. 


'74 


Cornell. 






Landreth, 0. H. 


•76 


Union. 






Landrnm, W. W. 


•73 


Brown. 






Lane, Frederick W. 


'56 


Amherst. 






Lane, Geoi^ E. 


•50 


Middlcbury. 






Lane, Henry M. 


'311 


Union. 






Lano, John W, 


'SO 


Amherst. 






Lane, Saurin E. 


'41 


Union. 






Lang, Andrew J. 


'56 


Watervillc. 






Lansing, Abraliam G. 


•53 


Union. 






Lansing, Andrew 


'47 


Williams. 






Lansins, Charies J. 


'50 


Union. 






Lansing, John P. 


'41 


WUIiams. ■ 






Lansing, Julian 


'47 


. Union. 






Lai^, George IL 


'72 


Rutgers. 






Lasell, Nathaniel 


■39 


Williams. 






Lasher, Winflcld S. 


'71 


Rutgers. 






Lassell, Josiah 


'44 


Williams. 




*/ 


Laasell, Samuel M. 


'44 


Williams. 


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DELTA 


UPBILON 


FRATERNITY. 181 






Latham, Frank T. 


77 


Brown. 






Laughlio, Joliu W. 


'81 


Jefferson. 






Lb vert J James C. 


'53 


Union. 






Lawrence. A]on:(o W. 


■75 


Western Reserve. 






Lawrence, Benjamin F. 


'58 


Walerville. 






Lawrence, Egbert C. 


'69 


Union. 






Lawrence, E. 8. 


'76 


Union. 






Lawrence, Henry W. 


•74 


Union. 






Lawrence, Lewis L. 


■71 


Middlebury. 






Lawrence, Walter L. 


'78 


Rutgers. 






Layman, F. A. 


■74 


Marietta. 






Laj-ton, Caleb R. Jr. 


'73 


Amherst. 






Leach, Henry C. 


■70 


Madison. 






Leavenworth, Franlt A. 


•78 


Middlebury. 






Leavenworth, Nathan 


■74 


Brown. 






Leavitt, Geor!,'e R 


•60 


Williams. 






Leavitt, Jonathan J. 


•63 


Waterville. 






Lee, George 


•68 


Western Reserve. 






Lee, J. C. 


— 


Western Reserve. 






Lee, J. Edwards 


■41 


Williams. 






Leeson, George E. 


'74 


Brown. 






Luetc, -WilljamW. 


'77 


Amherst 






Le Fcvre, Jonathan 


'4a 


Williams. 






l^ffingwell. Eliaha D. 


'71 


Cornell. 






Leggett, William J. 


'72 


Rutgers. 






Leggette, Wiliiam M. 


'39 


Union. 






Leiper, Hugb Y. 


'63 


Jefferson. 






Lent, Daniel E. 


'59 


Rocliester. 






Leonard, Albert 8. 


•70 


Washington. 






Leonard, Delevan L. 


'59 








Leonard, Franlt J. 


•65 


Brown. 






Leonard, Ira E. 


•79 


Middlebury. 






Leonard, William J. 


'80 


Madison. 






Lcutsiuger Henry 


'64 


Hamilton. 






Lewis, David N. 


'62 


Union. 






Lewis, Evan 


'86 


Brown. 






Lewis, Frank E. 


'75 


Hamilton. 






Lewis, J. M., Jr. 


•74 


Union. 






Lewis, Richard Q. 


•76 


Marietta. 






Lewis, T. Willard 


'50 


Union. 






Leyenberger, Joseph A. 


■61 


Jefferson. 






Libbey, Charles H. 


■80 


Amherst. 






Libby, Ebenezer H. 


'52 


Waterville. 






Lignot, Albert 


•73 


New York. 






Lillibridgc, Willard H. 


'69 


Hamilton. 






Lillie, Ralph W. 


'73 


New York. 


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Lilly, AruDQli H. 


48 


Williams. 








Lilly, Foster 


38 


Williams. 








Lincoln, I. Newton 


47 


WilliamB. 








Lincoln, Ephraim L. 


55 


Williams. 








Lindsey, William A. 


77 


Marietta. 








Lindslpy, Cliarles L. 


76 


Middlebury. 








LIndaley, Thalcs 


40 


Union. 








Li iiflcld, George F. 


78 










Link, David 


56 


Rochester. 








Linsly, Joel 


■w 


Amherst. 








Linson. Lyman S. 


78 


New York. 








Lippincott, Wiilter V. 


71 


Trinity. 








LiHRomb, Willinm 3. 


73 


Brown. 








Litchfield, Daniel C. 


53 


Amherst. 








Little, Janiea 


41 


Williams. 








Littleficld, CharleB P. 


75 


Amherst. 








LivlntfSton, Cliarica M. 


51 


Union. 








Lloyd, Willinm A. 


W 


Williams. 








Loeklinrt,JflhnM. 


68 


Miami. 








Lockwoort, J. F, 


76 


Union. 








Lockwood, I*wis C. 


37 


Williams. 








Lockwood, William F. 


39 


Union. 








Lode wick, Edward 


09 


Rutgers. 








Logan. Millard Y. 


75 


Amherst. 








Loomts, Blilm 


47 


Williams. 








Loom is, Henry 


66 










Lord, Edward 


43 


Williams. 








Lord, Franklin L. 


78 


Rochester. 








Lord, Henry E. 


48 


Williams. 








Lord, Herbert G, 


71 


Amherst. 








Lord, J. Brown 


55 


Amherst. 








Loring, Edward P. 


61 


Watervilie. 








Loring, Herbert A. 


72 


New York. 








Loud, Frank H. 


73 


Amherst. 








Lounsburv, Henry A. 


49 


Union. 








Love, Frank W. 


64 


Brown. 








Love, John, Jr. 


08 


Rochester. 








Lovell, Thomas A. 


4G 


Williams. 








Lovrtt, Alfred A. 


73 


Miami. 








Lovelt, John W. 


60 


Middlebury. 








Low, CbarleB C. 


56 


Watervilie. 








Lowell, John A. 


53 


Watervilie. 








Lowty, Robert E. 


71 


Miami. 








Luce, N. Allen 


63 


Watervilie. 








Ludlam, Isaac P. 


66 


New York. 






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68 


New York. 




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Ludlow, Jniuea P. 
Lusk, Sylvester J. 
Luther, Flftvel 8. Jr. 
Luther, William Z. 
Lytdl, John K 
Lybolt, Archibald 
Lyman, AddisoD 
Lyman, Horace 
Lyman, Josiali 
Lyman, Judaon G. 
Lyman, Lyndon G. 
LyoD, A. J. 
Lyon, Albert J. 
Lyon, Cbarlcs H. 
LyoD, Cyms 
Lyon, David C. 
Lyon, David B. 
Lyon, Henry C. 
Lyons, J. Lorenzq 
Lyttle, Eugene W. 



Trinity, 

Hamilton. 

Rutgers. 

Union. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Madison. 

Rocbester. 

WillianiB. 

Union. 

Madison. 
Williams. 
Hamilton. 



Mack, John W. 
Macomber, Sitvanus B. 
Magee, Irving G. 
Magill, William J. 
Magoffin, James 
Maine, Henry C. 
Mallory Cliarlea W. 
Mannener, Robert H. T. 
Mann, George H. 
Mann, John &. 
Manwaritig, Giles 
Manwaring, Joel M. 
Markham, G. A. 
Marsh, Calvin W. 
Marsh, Dwight W. 
Marsh, Edward G. 
Marsh, Forrest A. 
Marsh, George D. 
Marsli, Henry N. 
Marsh, Henry L. 
Marsh, Levi G. 



Cornell. 

Waterville. 

Williams. 

Union, 
Hamilton. 
Amherst. 
Now York. 

Williams. 

Union. 

Hamilton. 

Jefferson. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

ayracuse. 

Rochester. 

Western Reserve. 






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Martin, George R 


48 


Hamilton. 






Martin, George W. 


66 


Hamilton. 






Martin, John F. 


73 


Miami. 






Martin, Moses M. 


01 


Middlebury, 






Martin, Robert M. 


73 


Brown, 






Martin, Thomas M. 


67 


Rochester. 






Marvine, Walter 


79 


Amherst, 






Maaon, Daniel 11. 


73 


Brown. 






Mnson, Josepli 


60 


Amherst. 






Mason, Marcus C. 


73 


Madison. 






Masscc, John E. 


73 


Hamilton. 






italbewsoQ, Otnrfe H- 


70 


Brown. 






Matteson, Cliarles G, 


76 


Hamilton. 






Matthews, Robert J. 


73 


Western Reserve. 






Mattice, Benjamin 


OG 


Amherst. 






Mattoon, Sleplien 


4S 


Union. 






Maynard, Fayette 


53 


Amherst. 






MaynitTd, William U. 


54 


Hamilton. 






Mayo, FraiieiB 


57 


WaterviUe. 






McArtliur. Jtimes P. 


53 


Union. 






McCarthy, Cliarles W. 


50 


Williams. 






McChesney, Abiathar N. 


44 


Union. 






McUhesney, Joscpli D. 


57 


Union. 






McChcBnuy, John G. 


43 


Union. 






McChesney, William R 


31) 


Union. 






McClellan, Alexander B. 


58 


Union. 






McClelUn, David M. 


61 


Jefferson. 






McClellan, Hugh W. 


39 


Union. 






McClelland, G'."ri:,r 


40 


Williams. 






McClung, Leonidas 11. 


69 


Miami. 






McClurc, Benjamin 


45 


Williams. 






McClure, John 8. 


76 


Western Reserve. 






McConkey, Arthur 


69 


Trinity. 






McCoiinell, Jose|)b A. 


78 


Hamilton. ,_, 






McConnell, William T. 


70 


Washington. 






McCracken, Clark L. 


60 


Union. 






MeCracken, Joseph 


48 


Union. 






McDerniot, P. II. 


74 


Union. 






McDowell, Willis G. 


76 


Cornell. 






McDufEco, Robert A. 


74 


Union. 






McEwan, Henry T. 


78 


Western Reserve. 






McFaddcn, John 


60 


Union. 






McFarland, John A. 


48 


Union. 






McFarland, WiUiani H. 


76 


Miami. 






McGiffert, James B. 


78 


Hamilton. 




^ 


McGiffert, William C. 


78 


Hamilton. 

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McGregory. JosRpL A. 


■80 


Amherst. 






McIiiLyre, Andrew 


'51 


Union. 






MtKmn, John A. 


'68 


Washington. 






McKee, Edward 


'09 


Union. 






McKec, Josepli C. 


'W 


Miami. 






McKibben, George F. 


'73 


Rochester. 






McKinney, John, Jr. 


'74 


Rrown. 






McKnight, D. n. Jr. 


■G7 


Jefferson. 






McKooo, Hosniur P. 


'71 


Hamilton. 






McKown, a Hunter 


■65 


Jefferson 






McKu3iek, Hazen P. 


'C6 


Watervilte. 






McKusick, J. Prank 


■62 


Watervilie. 






McEactlan, Alexander 


•70 


Union. 






McLaren. William S. 


■43 


Union. 






McLaury, John F. 


'70 


Rutgers. 






McLean, Alesaodcr 


'53 


Hamilton. 






MeLean, Eneas 


'75 


Hamilton. 






McLean, James 


'S6 


Williams. 






McLean, John 


■63 


Hamilton. 






McLean, Robert 


'76 


Hamilton. 






McLeod, Hugh 


'51 


Amherst. 






McMahon, Roberi T. 


■60 


JuflersoD. 






McMartin, Archibald 


■40 


Union. 






McMartin. Peler A. 


'39 


UnioQ. 






McMaster, Joseph M. 


'09 


Rotliestcr. 






McMatb, Nornian C. 


'04 


Hamilton. 






McMatb, Robert E. . 


'57 


Williams, 






MeMeehen, W. It. 


'73 


Union, 






McMilleli, Ernest M. 


'78 


Marietta. 






McMillen, William 


'78 


Marietta. 






McMynn. JoLn 0. 


'48 


Williams. 






McNnb, Peter D. 


'47 


Union. 






Mcpherson, A. G. 


'79 


Miinhattan. 






McPherson. Robert C. 


■60 


Jefferson. 






SlcQiieer,, George 


'40 


Union, 






McRobiiison, ,Uilin 


'70 


Western Reserve, 






3k Venn, D.micl C. 


'44 


Union. 






SkVickar JaiUe..i P, 


■63 


Jefferson. 






McWhinney, James 


■65 


Rochester. 






McWIiinnie, James 


■67 


Brown. 






Me William, Ale.'sandcr 


'50 


Union, 






Mead, E. Belclier 


'43 


Williams, 






Mead, Theodore L. 


'77 


Cornell. 






Meara, David O. 


— 


Amherst, 






Medcalfe, William 


'74 


New York. 






Meeker, L. M. 


■44 


Williams, 






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Meiga, Charles H. 


50 


Hamilton. 








Mellen, George H. 


74 


Amherst. 








Helvin, James W. 


60 


Jefferson. 








Merc hunt, Aljul 


49 


Union. 








Merriam. Edwin E. 


58 


Amherst. 








Mcrriam, George F. 


81 


Amherst. 








Merriam, Heury C. 


64 


WaterviUe. 








Herriaiu, Lucius P. 


78 


Amherst. 








Merrick, Luciua L. 


60 


Amherst. 








Merrill, C. II. 


73 


Madison. 








Merrill, Samuel L, 


45 


Williams. 








Morrill, Siduoy S. 


50 


Amherst. 








Merrill, Wiilard 


54 


AmUersl. 








Merrill, WUliam A. 


63 


Watervllle, 








Merrill. Wiliiam C. 


74 


Amliorst. 








Merriman, William B. 


50 


William*. 








Merritt, Horny 0. 


54 


Williams. 








Uerritt. Nathaniel 


40 


Union. 








Mersereau, Liiwrence 


80 


Union. 








Merwio, Alexander M. 


63 


Williams. 








Mossiter. R. P. 


73 


New York. 








Miles, George H. 


58 


Amherst. 








Milliken, PetL-rH. 


76 


Rutgers. 








Miller, Abraham G. 


74 


Madison. 








Miller, Andrew S. 


69 


Jefferson. 








MJlU-r, Adam W. 


SU 


Union. 








Miller, Benjamin C, 


7a 


Rut|>ers. 








Miller, ChariOH C. 


33 


Union. 








Miller, Edward, Jr. 


74 


Brown. 








Miller, Frank W. 


71 


Rochester. 








Milter, J. Clemeua 


48 


Union. 








Miller, Joel 


48 


Union. 








Miller, John H. 


58 


Union. 








Miller, John R. 


44 


Union. 








Miller, Joseph E. 


70 


Amherst. 








Miller. Levi D. 


m 


Hamilton. 








Miller, Lewis II. 


80 


Rochester. 








Miller, L. Merrill 


— 


Hamilton. 








Miller, Miner F. 


80 


Rochester. 








Miller, Prosper M. 


54 


Union. 








Miller, Robert D. 


48 


Amherst. 








Miller, Samuel 


80 


Hamilton. 








Miller, Seaman 


79 


Rutgers, 








Miller, Thomas C. 


33 


Union. 








Miller, William H. H. 


61 


HamiUon. 








Mills, Benjamin T. 


70 


. Hamilton. 






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Mills. Charles D. 


'48 


Williams. 




1 Milis. Cyrus T. 


■44 


Williams. 




1 Mills. George A. 


•63 


Rutgers. 




i Mills, Melvin H. 


'7S 


Madison. 




1 Millspaugli, Jesse F, 


'78 


Ann Arbor. 




Milmine. Alfred 


■55 


Union. 




1 MUroy, Willinm 


'46 


Union. 




1 Miner, George G. 


'80 


Syracuse. 




; Miner, Henry A. 


•5S 


Williams. 




Mllcliell, Edwin K. 


'78 


Marietta. 




1 Mitcbell, John Q. 


•80 


Marietta, 




1 MilcUell. Oscar II. 


■75 


Marietta. 




: Mitchell, William S. 


•66 


Madison. 




Mitebdl, William W. 


'39 


Williams. 




i Mix, Byron 


'47 


Union. 




Mix, Eldridgc 


'54 


Williams. 




Mixer. Pbineas 


'55 


Williams. 




Mockriiip;e, Emmons T 


'40 


Williams. 




Monroe, John A. 


'64 


Brown. 




Montague, Enoa J. 


•41 


Williams. 




Montague, Williuni L, 


'55 


Amherst. 




1 Montgomery Giles F. 


•60 


Midillelmry. 




MontiRnsni, JohnF. 


'7n 


Cornell. 




; Moody. Calvin B. 


•77 


Middlelmry. 




1 Moody, John F. 


'67 


Wrtterville. 




Moody, William K. 


•67 


Waterville. 




Moore, Aaron K 


'7S 


Miami. 




Moore, Albert M. 


•03 


Williams. ' 




Moore, Edward C, 


'77 


Marietta. 




1 Moore, George D. 


■43 


Union. 




Moore, Ira L. 


'W 


Amherst. 




Moore, John 0. 


'73 


Cornell. 




Moore, John R 


'09 


Miami. 




Moore, J. Robert 


'63 


Hamilton. 




Moore, Jaslin P. 


'63 


Waterville. 




Moore, Martin H. 


•54 


Williams, 




Moore, Mason 


'33 


Amherst. 




Moore, Orrin S. 


'70 


Marietta. 




Moore, P. II. 


'76 


Madison. 




; Moore, Samuel G. 


•72 


Hamilton. 




Moorman, Robert B. 


'SO 


WilhamB. 




Morange, James P. 


'40 


Union. 




Morehouse, Charles M. 


'3fl 


Union. 




i Morehouse, George C. 


'73 


Cornell. 




I Morcy, Lewis H. 


'73 


Hamilton. 






Morcy, Lewis H. 


•73 


Rochester. 





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Morsa 




INDEX. 










, Charles L. 


'79 


Hamilton. 








Morgar 


, Edwar,! N. S. 


■44 


WillJnma. 






Morfciir 


, Davlil S. 


■Gl 


Amherst. 






Mormiii, Henry 


'm 


Williftms. 






Morrill 


JuKtin S. 


— 


Middlehury, 






Morris 


C;b«rlea 1). 


'«7 


Uochesler. 






Morris 


IL-nry C. 


'40 


Williams. 






Mor«', 


AilicI S. 


'57 


Union. 






Morse, 


Alfred A. 


'il4 


Hamilton. 








Morse, 


Charles F. 


'M 


Amherst. 








Morse, 


Charles F. . 


■73 


Amherst. 








M(>r^, 


Frank L. 


'57 


WaterviUe. 








Morse, 


Frank L. 


'76 


Rochester. 








Morse, 


George S. 


'r>4 


Hamilton. 








Morse, 


Nnthan 


'74 


Amherst. 








Morse, 


Snmuel U 


•61 


Wftterville. 








Morion 


W. Walter 


'71 


Amherst. 








Mougey. Josepli W. 


'7a 


Marietta. 








Moulc, 


Philip I. 


•78 


Syracuse. 








M.fivlmiy, JwvlsB- 


'40 


Union. 








Mowery, Christian 


'75 


Marietta. 








Mowry 


Herbert S. 


71 


Cornell. 








Mojer, 


William A. 


•80 


Hamilton. 








Muiin, 


Benjamin F. 


'53 


Williams. 








Munro 


.0. M. 


'78 










Murphy. John F. 


■70 


Madison. 








Murray 


Chester P. 


'70 










Murray, Thomas A. 


'70 


Cornell. 








Myasal 


,San 


'72 


Madison. 








Myers, 


William J. 


'66 


Jefferson. 








xN-eglcy 


Charles 


•73 


Amherst, 








Negley 


Walter 


■73 


Amherst. 








Nellis, 


Peter S. 


•43 


Union. 








Nelson 


Daniel T. 


'61 


Amherst. 








Nelson 


Edwin M. 


■68 


Hamilton. 








Nelson 


Heniy A. 


— 


Hamilton. 








Nelson 


John 8. 


■40 


Williams. 








Nfilson 


John W. 


'39 


Union. 








Nettlcton, Frank B. 


'63 


Williams. 








Nevlns 


John H. C. 


'73 


Rutgers. 








Ncviu3 


Benjamin C. 


'67 


Rutgers. 








Newbanks, John 


■49 


Williams. 






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Newcomb, George W. 


4» 


Hamilton. 






N^wkirk, John G. 


73 


Cornell 






Newman, .Tared T. ■ 


75 


Cornell. 






Newton, DariiiR A. 


79 


Amherst. 






Newton, John M. 


49 


Williams. 






Nichols, A. D. 


45 


Williams. 






Nichols, Charles A. 


76 


MadiBon. 






Nichols, Daniel C. 


46 


Union. 






Nichols, Edward L. 


75 


Cornell. 






Nichols, John 


39 


Williams. 






Nichols, Nathan R. 


OG 


Middiebiiry. 






Nicbols, Theodore M. 


78 


Syracuse. 






Niles, William A. 


47 


Williams. 








73 


Amheret. 






Nixon, William 


65 


Waterville. 






Nixon, William W. 


74 


Hamilton. 






Noble, Calvin D. 


64 


Middlebury, 






Noble, William H. 


37 


Williams. 






Nodyne, J. Oakley 


41 


Union. 






Noerr, Moses 


55 


Amherst. 






Norrls, James F, 


63 


Waterville. 






Norris, Lewis K, 


63 


Wfttei-ville. 






Nortb, George J. 


61 


Hamilton. 






Northrop, Israel H. 


44 


Union. 






Nortbrup, George W. 


54 


Williams. 






Nortbrup, Luther H. 


49 


Williams. 






Norton, Charles H. 


47 


Williams. 






Norton, Franklin B. 


56 


Amherst. 






Norton, George 


60 


Hamilton. 






Norton, Marcus P. 


57 


Union. 






Norton, Hansom 


60 


Waterville. 






Norton, Stephen A. 


78 


Amherst. 






Nott, Charles C. 


48 


Union, 






Nott, John W. 


46 


Union. 






Nottingham, Edwin 


76 


Syracuse. 






NoycB, Cliarles S. 


60 


Amherst. 






Noyes, Eli P. 


62 


Walcrville. 






Noyes, George M. 


51 


Williams. 






Nutling. Isaiah H. 


46 

0. 


Williams. 






Oakley, M. C. B. 


G4 


Rochester. 






Oakley, Clark B. 


60 


Madison. 






Ober, Josbna F. 


64 


Brown. 


L 


M 


H ~ 




H 


^ 










■ 



O'Connor, Joseph 


'63 


Odell, Joseph 


'57 


Ogden, Henry E. 


'62 


Ogden, Isaac G. ' 


'49 


Ogle, John, Jr. 


'66 


Olcott, John H 


'72 


Olds, Alfred J. 


'50 


Oliver, John M. 


'68 


O'Niell, James 


'71 


Oppenheim, Louis 


'75 


Oppie, John 


'74 


Orr, Wilson S. 


72 


Orton, James 


'55 


Osborn, Albert 


'72 


Osborn, Henry 


'42 


Osborn, Ira P. 


'43 


Osborn. Richard 


'46 


Osborn, Warren M. 


'78 


Ostrander, John J. P. 


'52 


Ostrander, Luther A. 


' '65 


_Outwatcr, Theron 


'75 


Owen, Harvey J. 


'75 



Rochester. 

Waterville. 

Union. 

Williams. 

New York. 

Brown. 

Williams. 

Washington. 

Cornell. 

Union. 

Rutgers. 

Western Reserve. 

Williams. 

Cornell. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Union. 

New York. 

Union. 

Hamilton. 

Rochester. 

Rochester. 



p. 



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*#^ 



Packard, Levi S. 
Packwood, Ebenezer 
Paddock, William L. 
Page, Caleb D. 
Page, Increase B. 
Page, Joel S. 
Page, Lansford S. 
Page, Merritt B. 
Page, Theophilus 
Page, William H. 
Page, William L. 
Painter, Charles C. C. 
Palmer, Benjamin W. 
Palmer, David H. 
Palmer, Charles H. 
Palmer, Samuel C. 
Palmer, William R. 
Palmer, D. McArthur 
Park, Rufus H. 
Parker, 



'55 
'59 
'73 
'73 
'46 
'46 
'62 
'66 
'38 
'73 
'54 
'58 
'76 
'60 
'69 
'73 
'49 
'57 
76 
'72 



Amherst. 

Rochester. 

Madison. 

Cornell. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Hamilton. 

Middlebury. 

Williams. 

Rutgers. 

Hamilton. 

Williams. 

Manhattan. 

Rochester. 

Rochester. 

Western Reserve, 

Amherst. 

Hamilton. 

Manhattan. 

Rochester. 



i^ 



4 


V- 




~-i 


i* 


•t 


DELTA 


TfPSILON 


FRATBBNITY. 181 


T* 




Parker, Cbarlea B. 


'74 


Rochester. 






Parker, Francis 


'72 


Amherst. 






Parker, Huzen M. 


'79 


Middlebury. 






Parker, Horace 


'60 


Amherst. 






Parker. Joel 


_ 








Parker, Perry G. 


'41 


Union. 






Parker, Willard C. 


•7a 


Brown. 






Parmele, Lucius B. 


'04 


Rochester. 






Pannoloe, Howard R. 


•69 


Western Reserve. 






Parmely, Ilicliard M. 


'73 


Cornell. 






Parrey, Porter B. 


•42 


Union. 






Parsona, Andrew 


■37 


Williams. 






Parsons, Artbor T. 


•71 


Union. 






ParsuDs, Curtis B. 


•62 


Rochester. 






Parsons, Jaracs H. 


'52 


WiiUams. 






Parsons, Lawton 8. 


■4fl 


Williams. 






Pamns, Itolph L. 


'53 


Amherst. 






Partridge, B. 


'61 


Middlebury. 






Partridge, Warren G. 


'78 


Madison. 






Patrick, George C. 


'73 


Cornell. 






Patterson, Robert A. 


'57 


Rochester. 






Pattiaou tieorge C. 


'56 


Hamilton. 






Patton, William 


■39 


Union. 






Patton, William 


— 


Middlebury. 






Pnxton, John S. 


•60 








Payne, Heniy N. 


■08 


Hamilton. 






Payne, Sereno E. 


'64 


Rocliester. 






Payne, William B. 


'73 


Marietta. 






Payson, Cliurles H. 


•53 


Amherst. 






Payson, Elliott K 


•09 


Hamilton. 






Payson, George H. 


'73 


Hamilton. 






Pcabody, Cliarles 


•38 


Williams. 






Peabody. Henry H. 


'60 


Madison. 






Pcabody, John Q. 


'48 


AmhersL 






Peakc, Albert D. 


'70 


Union. 






Pearse, Nieliolas 


'70 


Rutgers. 






Pearse, B. Augustus 


'70 


Rutgers. 






Pearson, Arthur H. 


■77 


Amherst. 






Peaao, David 


'38 


Williams. 






Pease, J. J. 


■02 


Hamilton 






Peck, John B. 


'60 


Brown. 






Peck, Ransom R 


■4B 


Union. 






Peck, William T. 


•70 


Brown. 






Peckliani, Cyrus B. 


'06 


Brown, 




Puuke, AloHKO P. 


'59 


Rutgers. 




: ■ Pcot, Lyman W, 


•01 


Middiehurj-. 


U 


f- 


f 




'^ 


^ 



Pendleton, Cyrus H. 
Pendleton, W. H. 
Pennington, Wilmot S. 
Penny, George A. 
Pepper, Elbridge 
Perkins, Asa 
Perkins, John T. 
Perkins, Judson O. 
Perkins, Philip II. 
Perkins, Sidney K. B. 
Perry, Henry T 
Perry, Ilermon 
Peterson, Edwin II. 
Petrie, Jeremiah T. 
Phelj)s, George H 
Phelps, John W. 
Phelps, Zenas M. 
Philbrook, John A. 
Phillips, Albert C. 
Phillips, Bradley 
Phillips, E. G. 
Phillips, John L. T. 
Phillips, Lebeus R. 
Phillips, Thomas 
Phillips, William C 
Phinney, Frank D. 
Phinney, Herman K. 
Pickett, Edwin J. 
Piddock, C. A. 
Pierce, Carlton B. 
Pierce, Charles M. 
Pierce, David S. 
Pierce^ Edward A. 
Pierce, Henry R. 
Pierce, Ueman H. 
Pierce, Horace G. 
Pierce, J. Kirk 
Pierce, James A. 
Pierce, James E. 
Pierce, Lcroy M. 
Pierce, Levi M. 
Pierson, Arthur T. 
Pierson, G. S. 
Pierson, J. Judson 
Pierson, Nathaniel E. 
Pike, Frederic W. 



'56 

79 
74 
'53 
'56 
77 
72 
75 
'51 
'62 
'49 
'54 
'46 
'73 

'39 
'62 
71 
'46 

'72 
'47 
'36 
'79 
'49 
'78 
'77 
'56 
'72 
'76 
'57 
'49 
'58 
'53 
'54 
'74 
'69 
'73 
'61 
'66 
'60 
'57 
'75 
'80 
'41 
'50 



Amherst. 
Madison. 
Ann Arbor. 
Hamilton. 
Amherst. 
Waterville. 
Hamilton. 
Madison. 
Cornell. 
Amherst. 
Williams. 
Union. 
Union. 
Union. 
Cornell. 
Middlebury. 
Williams. 
Waterville. 
Hamilton. 
Union. 
Madison. 
Williams. 
Williams. 
Rochester. 
Union. 
Rochester. 
Rochester. 
Rochester. 
Madison. 
Rutgers. 
Williams. 
Williams. 
Williams. 
Amherst. 
Union. 
Rociiester. 
Jefferson. 
Madison. 
^ Middlebury. 
Middlebury. 
Waterville. 
Hamilton. 
Union. 
Madison. 
Williams. 
Amherst. 




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^ 


*t 


DELTA UPSTLON 


FUArEBSITT. 193 


f* 




Pitt. WilUam II. 


60 


Union. 






Pixley, Martin 8, 


44 


Williams. 






Piiley, Stephen C. 


62 


Williams. 






Piatt, ■William K. 


40 


Union. 






Plumnier, Co melius C. 


71 


BrowD. 






■Pogue. ■William P. 


79 


Marietta, 






Polar John B. 


43 


Williams. 






Ponicrov, Louis D. 


68 


Hamilton. 






Pond, Nathan C. 


66 


Amherst. 






Pond, Theodore 8. 


60 


Hamilton. 






Pond, W. Irving 


53 


Union. 






Pool, Charles H. 


63 


Rutgers. 






Pope, Eben 


63 


Amherst. 






Pope, Louis A. 


74 


Brown. 






Porter, CliarleM L. 


53 


Amherst. 






Porter, Henry A. 


78 








Porter, J. Jermain 


43 


Union. 






Porter, Jeniiain G. 


73 


Hamilton. 






Porter, William D. 


50 


Williams. 






Porter, William P. 


48 


Williams. 






Post, David E. 


76 


Madison. 






Post, Tliomas 


58 


Williams. 






Potter, Aaron 


43 


Union. 






Potter, Edward H. 


75 


Brown. 






Potter, Franklin 


74 


Hamilton. 






Potter, John M, 


74 


Brown. 






Potter, M. F. 


30 


Williams. 






Potter, William 8. 


6S 


Williams. 






Poulson, Elmer 


69 








Pound, Edwin H. 


S6 


Williams. 






Powell, Isnac P- 


60 


Hamilton. 






Powers, Isaac 


56 


WaterviUe. 






Powers, Llewellyn 


61 


Waterville. 






Pratt, Albert M. 


50 


Williams. 






Pratt, Charles 


60 


Madison. 






Pratt, C. C. 


74 


Union, 






Pratt, Daniel J. 


51 


Hamilton. 






Pratt, David J. 


^ 


Williams. 






Pratt, Edward H. 


53 


Amherst. 






Pratt, Henry L. 


63 


Williams. 






Pratt, Hiram A. 


48 


Araherat. 






Pratt, Llewellyn 


53 


Williams. 






Pratt, Samuel H. 


63 


Brown. 






Pratt. William W. 


79 


Madison. 






Prentice, Albert M. 


67 


Madison. 




J 


Prenllce, Robert 


78 


Rutgers. 


w 


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f*- 




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r* 



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)4 


INDEX. 


Prentiss, Charles E. 


'64 


Prentiss, Norman A. 


'54 


Prescott, Moses J. 


'57 


Preston, Ebenezer J. 


'75 


Preston, George M. 


'52 


Price, Philip 


'77 


Priest, Elijah 


'43 


Prindle, Lyman D. 


'47 


Proctor, H. 


'63 


Pugslee, Edward S. 


'46 


Pugslcy, Eugene W. 


'41 


Pulcifer, Charles L. 


'78 


Purdy, Roe 


'75 


Putnam, Charles 


'47 


Putnam, Douglas 




Putnam, •Kendrick S. 


'64 


Putnam, Willard 


'60 


Putnam, Willard J. 


'59 


Putnam, William D. 


'49 


Pye, George W. 


'80 



*=4* 



R, 



Middlebury. 

Amherst. 

Watcrville. 

Cornell. 

Waterville. 

Syracuse. 

Union. 

Williams. 

Middlebury. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Brown. 

Manhattan. 

Union. 

Marietta. 

Hamilton. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Williams. 

Rochester. 




Rand, Francis 


'49 


Williams. 


Rand, William H. 


'65 


Middlebury. 


Rankin, William B. 


'52 


Amherst. 


Ranney, T. P. 


'52 


VVilliams. 


Ranslow, Eugene J. 


'66 


Middlebury. 


Ransom, John C. 


'79 


Rochester. 


Rarick, Charles W. 


'74 


Marietta. 


Rawson, Edward D. 


'51 


Amherst. 


Raymond, George T. 


'74 


Brown. 


Raymond, Henry K. 


'39 


Union. 


Rayner, Edwin A. 


'79 


Amherst. 


Read, George R. 


'08 


Brown. 


Read, Philander 


'59 


Amherst. 


Record, Isaiah 


'62 


Waterville. 


Record, Stillman H. 


'60 


Waterville. 


Record, Wellington 


'77 


Amherst. 


Reed, Albert C. 


'60 


Williams. 


Reed, Charles II. 


'53 


Williams. 


Reed, H. Morton 


'71 


New York. 


Reed, Henry W. 


'77 


Syracuse. 


Reed, John 


'48 


Williams. 


Reese, Charles A. 


'75 


Brown. 



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it 


^fc^ 




j_Z Xj» 


^ V 


^ • 




'-^ 


yf" 




DELTA 


UP STL ON 


FRATERNITY. 195 ^ 


■ 




Reid, Benjamin W. 


75 


• 

Rochester. 






Reid. John 


70 


New York. 






Reighley, Fred. G. 


74 


Manhattan. 






Relya, Benjamin F. 


'45 


Williams. 






Remele, William A 


'76 


Middlebury. 






Remington, Charles A. 


'67 


Brown. 






Remington, Frederick H 


71 


Cornell. 






Remington, William 


'59 


Rochester. 






Reynolds, George C. 


'61 


Williams. 






Reynolds, John F. 


'75 


Middlebury. 






Rhinehart, J. Kelly 


'59 


Rutgers. 






Rhodes, Daniel 


'72 


Cornell. 






Rhodes, Daniel 


'73 


Brown. 






Rhodes, James F. 


'67 


New York. 






Rice, Charles E. 


'67 


Hamilton. 






Rice, John M. 


'59 


Rochester. 






Rice, William B. 


'44 


Williams. 






Rich, Adoniram J. 


'62 


Waterville. 






Richards, Charles E. 


'60 


Rochester. 






Richards, Charles F. 


'55 


Waterville. 






Richards, Charles R. 


'41 


Union. 






Richards, Zalmon 


'36 


Williams. 






Richardson, Daniel W. 


'57 


Amherst. 






Richardson, Gilbert B. 


'53 


xYmherst. 






Richardson, Henry J. 


'55 


Amherst. 






Richardson, John P. 


'70 


Amherst 






Richardson, Martin L. 


'56 


Amherst. 






Richardson, Willard D. 


'79 


Madison. 






Richmond, J. Lee 


'80 


Brown. 






Richmond, William 


'54 


Hamilton. 






Ricketts, Cliarles H. 


'76 


Amherst. 






Ridway, Sidney 


'74 


Marietta. 






Riggs, Charles H. 


'62 


Rutgers. 






Righter, George W. 


'53 


Union. 






Righter, William A. 


'42 


Union. 






Rightmyer, Peter M. 


'42 


Union. 






Rigler, George W. 


'78 


Brown. 






Riker, James M. 


'76 


New York. 






Ripley, Andrew G. 


'42 


Williams. 






Ripley, Erastus 


'40 


Union. 






Ripley, Franklin 


'76 


Amherst. 






Rippel, E. E. 


'67 


Jefferson. 






Roast, William 


'73 


Union. 






Robb, Alexander G. 


'73 


Cornell. 






Robb, Alexander J. 


'56 


Union. 




J 


X^obb, Edwin F. 


'70 


Cornell. 
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mX 


L 




4 


^ 


*^ 


196 IXDEX. 


^ 


r» 




Rohl.iDS. Ellison 


4n 


Hamilton. 






Rolrerts, .Tolin T. 


Tfl 


Syracuse. 






Robertjxtn, D. J. 


70 


Union. 






Roliertson, llenrj' M. 


43 


Union. 






Roberuon. WilliHm 9. 


42 


Union. 






RoUiiiBon, Amos 


04 


Brown. 






Robinson, David 11, 


59 


Rochester. 






Robinson. Georjre W. 


6!) 


Rutgers. 








70 


Miami. 






Robinson. Robert C. 


40 


Williams. 






Robinson. Rodman II. 


43 


Union. 








7« 


Syracuse. 






Robinson, SamHcl T. 


03 








Robinson, William A. 


03 


Middlebury. 




\ Robinson, William A. 


73 


Western Reserve. 




1 Robson, L. H, 


76 


Madison. 




i Rockefeller, ClaiidiuR 


73 


Rutgers. 




1 Rockwell, George V. 


70 


New York. 




1 Rockwell, JiirviB 


54 


Williams. 






Rockwood, George A. 


58 


Middlebury. 






Rock wood, Jerome E. 


63 


Rocbester. 






Rodenbacb, William T, 


74 


Manhattan. 






Rodgers, James 


05 


Hamilton. 






Rodman, Andrew J. 


53 


Union, 






Rodman, Daniel S. 


40 


Wil\i«ms. 






Rogan. Daniel H. 


57 


Amherst. 








40 


Union. 






Rogers, Asa L. 


71 


Union. 






Rogers, Benjamin W. 


57 








RogetB, Edwin E. 


78 


Middlebury. 






Rogers, Robert 


48 


Union. 






Rogers, 8am\iel D, 


41 


Williams. 






Rogers, Samuel J. 


5» 


Rutgers. 






Rogers, William C. 


50 


Union. 






Rollo,EherM, 


37 


Williams. 






Rolloson, "VV' H. 


41 


Williams. 






Rood, David 


44 


Williams. 






Hoot, Edward P. 


71 


Amherst. 






Root, J. W. 


OB 


New York. 






Root. Martin N. 


49 


Amherst. 






Roper. Solon 8. 


70 


Brown. 






Rose, Levi 


39 


Williams. 






Rosenburg, John 


41 


Union. 






Rosencrans, Joseph 


30 


Union. 






Robs, Andrew 


39 


Union. 






Ross. Joseph A. 


50 


Waterville. 


i«. 


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L 






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u 
^ 


M 


BBLTA UPSIhOS 


FRATERNITY. 


197 






Roaseter, Newton H. 


49 


Williams. 








House, Thomas H. 


47 


Williams. 










74 


Madison. 








Rowlands, H. 0. 


72 


Madison. 






Kowlanda, William W. 


74 


Marietta. 






Rowley, Cliarles 11. 


68 


Middlebury. 






Rowlej, Charles W. 


79 


Syracuse. 






R0JC8. Lucian 


3fl 


Williams. 






Rugg. Charles P. 


54 


Amherst. 


i 




Humscy Baiiii'l C. 


S9 


Rochester. 






Rush, Charles W. 


74 


Manhattan. 








Rusk, Booth 


80 


Marietta. 








Rusk. John 


75 


Marietta 








Russell, Howland 


76 


Cornell. 








Russell, James 


56 


Amherst. 






Russell, Joseph 


56 


Amherst. 






Russell, William C. 


— 


Cornell. 








Ryan, George G. 


74 


Middlebury. 








Ryder, Ambrose 


46 

s. 


Williams. 








Sackett, Darius C, 


64 


Hamilton. 








Sackett, M. R. 


80 


Syracuse. 








Sackett, Phllo W. 


71 


Madison. 








Sadler, Alvin G, 


73 


Brown. 








Sage, John H. 


43 


Williams. 








Sage. Volney A. 


63 


Rochester. 








Sailor Lyman B. 


79 


Ann Arbor. 








Salisbury John H. 


7G 


Rutgers. 








Sanson, Thomas A. 


S8 


Union. 








Sanborne, George E. 


53 


Amherst. 








Sand, Jacob 


■39 


Union. 








Sanford, H. H. 


— 


Hamilton. 








Sates, J. Elbert 


75 


Marietta. 








Saunders, Marahall D. 


46 


Williams: 








SaTage, Daniel P. 


57 


Amherst. 








Savage, Charles H. 


61 


Rochester. 








Savage, Corneliiu S. 


78 


Brown. 








Savage, Luther W. 


43 


Williams. 








Sawyer, Charles H. 


80 


Amherst. 








Sawyer, L. b. B. 


63 


Hamilton. 








Sawyer, Leicester J. 


59 


Hamilton . 








Saxton, Isaac A. 


39 


Union. 








Sayles, William B. 


64 


Brown. 


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Sayre, William N. 
Schaff, D. 8. 
Schauffler, H. A. 
Schenck, Cornelius 
Schenck, Isaac S. 
Schenck, Jacob W. 
Schenck, John V. N. 
Schermerhorn, Albert Y. 
Schminke, John C. 
SchoflP, Frederick 
Schubarth, Cromwell T. 
Schumacher, William H. 
Schwarzwaelder, W. O. 
Schwerdtfeger, Emil 
Schofield, Edson H. 
Schofield, Hiram 
Scott, David C. 
Scott, Frank F. 
Scott, Howard B. 
Scott, James H. 
Scott, John H. 
Scott, Robert D. 
Scott, Thomas S. 
Scott, Walter J. 
Scott, Winfield 
Scovel, Dwight T. 
Scudder, H. M. 
Scudder, William A. 
Scudder, William H. 
Searle, Charles 11. 
Searle, Eugene M. 
Searle, Homer W. 
Searle, John P. 
Searle, Lorenzo W. 
Searle, Stephen 
Sears, O. Maynard 
Sebring, A. J. 
Sebring, Elbert N. 
Sedgwick, James 
Seeley, Frank H. 
Seeley, Nicholas J. 
Seemonds, Ossian C. 
Segur, Seth W. 
Selmser, Henry M. 
Serwen, Gardner R. 
Severance, George W. 



INDEX, 




'46 


W illiams. 


'73 


New York. 


'59 


Williams. 


'79 


Rutgers. 


'73 


Rutgers. 


'70 


Rutgers. 


'62 


Rutgers. 


'48 


Union. 


'75 


Marietta. 


71 


Cornell. 


'76 


Brown. 


'73 


Cornell. 


'74 


New York. 


'77 


Cornell 


'73 


Cornell. 


'53 


Union. 


'70 


Miami. 


'71 


Miami. 


'74 


Amherst. 


'67 


Jefferson. 


'71 


Rochester. 


'72 


Western Reserve. 


'74 


Western Reserve. 


'68 


Washington. 


'59 


Rochester. 


'54 


Hamilton. 


'42 


Williams. 


'78 


Rutgers. 


'78 


New York. 


'69 


Hamilton. 


'71 


Madison. 


'70 


Hamilton. 


'75 


Rutgers. 


'78 


Amherst. 


'50 


Union. 


'42 


Williams. 


'59 


Rutgers. 


'62 


Rutgers. 


'41 


Williams. 


'63 


Middlebury, 


'48 


Union. 


'78 


Ann Arbor. 


'59 


Middlebury. 


'39 


Union. 


'49 


Union. 


'80 


Hamilton. 



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DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY. 



199 ^ 



Severance, Martin E. 
Severance, Milton L. 
Severance, Samuel A. 
Sewall, Lyman 
Seward, F. Dwight 
Sexton, Wilson D. 
Seymour, B. Newton 
Seymour, Charles R. 
Seymour, Joel M. 
Seymour, John 
Seymour, John A. 
Shafer, J. Douglas 
Sliafer, Theodore 
Shannon, William P. 
Sharp, Robert E. 
Sharpless, Samuel F. 
Shattuck, Amos F. 
Shaw, Archibald M. 
Shaw, Charles P. 
Shaw, David A. Jr. 
Shaw, George W. 
Shaw, Henry II. 
Shaw, James 
Shaw, James M. 
Shaw, Judson W. 
Shaw, Robert P. 
Shaw, S. Francis 
Shaw, William II. 
Sheffield, Charles S. 
Sheldon, Charles B. 
Sheldon, David II. 
Sheldon, George W. 
Sheldon, Stewart 
Shelland, J. C. 
Shepard, Frank 
Shepardson, Joseph H. 
Shepardson, Lucius F. 
Sherman, Elijah B. 
Sherman, Floyd E. 
Sherman, Linus E. 
Sherrill, Samuel B. 
Shields, William H. 
Shoards, Joseph H. 
Shoecraft, Matthew J. 
Shuler, Lawrence T. 
Sibley, Tarrant 



70 
'59 
79 
'40 
70 
77 
'52 
'70 
'70 
'51 
'49 
'66 
'79 
'78 
'64 
'75 
'59 
'56 
'58 
'71 
'65 
'65 

71 
'58 
'65 
'55 
'78 
'60 
'47 
'57 
'63 
'48 
71 
'56 
'59 
'58 
'60 
'73 
'61 
'58 
'65 
'68 
'46 
'70 
'43 



Middlebury. 

Middlebury. 

Brown. 

Union. 

Western Reserve. 

Western Reserve. 

Williams. 

Western Reserve. 

Western Reserve. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Jefferson. 

Rutgers. 

Miami. 

Jefferson. 

Marietta. 

Amherst. 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

Amherst. 

Brown. 

Middlebury. 

Western Reserve. 

Western Reserve. 

Waterville. 

Jefferson. 

Williams. 

Middlebury. 

Rochester. 

Williams. 

Rochester. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

Williams. 

Waterville. 

Waterville. 

Middlebury. 

Amherst. 

Middlebury. 

Amherst. 

Rochester. 

Madison. 

Union. 

Union. 

Williams. 



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200 IN 




7* 


Sickeis, Ivia 


74 


MuihatlaD. 




Silcox. William L. 


44 


Williams. 




Sill. AmoB H. 


48 


Union. 




Silvernail, William H. 


58 


Union. 




SimpBon, Charles 


«6 


Hamilton. 




Simpson. Elihu C. 


71 


Miami 




Simpson, Wolsey C. 


71 


Rochester. 




Sinclair, DoDald J. 


KJ 


Rochester. 




Singleton, Horace L. 


65 


Amherst. 




SiMr. N. R 


69 


New York. 




Bkillman, William J, 


60 


Rutgers. 




Slack, Comfort 1. 


60 






Slack, Ezra A. 


78 


Amherst. 




Sleighton. Abiel H. 


57 


' Amherst. 




Slio, J. Seymour 


68 


Hamilton. 




Slight. Bevier H, 


80 


Rutgers. 




Slighter, James 8. 


42 


Williams. 




Slinty, William F. 


70 


Western Reserve. 




Sloan, JanicB G. 


62 


Jefferson. 




Small, Hampton D. P. 


58 


WaterviUe. 




Small. James E. 


40 


Union. 




Small, Uriel W. 


54 


Amherst. 




Smalley, Frank 


74 


Syracuse. 




Smart, John S. 


62 


Union. 




Smeullie, James M. 


48 


Union. 




Smeallic, Peter 


53 


Union. 




Smith, Andrew K- 


47 


Williams. 




Sraith, Andrew M. 


4G 


Williams. 




Smith. Benjamin B. 


43 


Union. 




Smitli, Charles H. 


66 


Jefferson. 




Smith, Clarence R. 


78 


Hamilton. 




Smith, Cyrus 


41 


Union. 




Smith. Eraatus Q. 


77 


Amhcrat. 




Smith, G. ErnL-at 


76 


Syracuse. 




Smith, George 0. 


61 


Williams. 




Smith, George R. 


70 


Hamilton. 




Smith, Harry M, 


79 


Union. 






47 


WilliaiBS. 




Smith, J. Sanford 


44 


Williams. 




Smith, J. Torrey 


4a 


Williams. 




Smith, Juetiii. Jr. 


G4 


Hamilton. 




Smith, Lucius E, 


48 


Williams. 




Smith, Lyndtn A. 


49 


Williams. 




Smitli, Mason C. 


«4 


Hamilton. 




Smith, RohiTt W. 


50 


Williams. 




Smith, Uoscoe G. 


56 


Waterville. 

, ( 


W 






. B^ 


f* 



4- 



Smith, Sidney K. 
Smith, Silas 
Smith, Silas M. 
Smith, Thomas J. 
Smith, Walter 
Smith, Welcome A. 
Smith, William R. 
Smith, Wilmot M. 
Smith, Zemro A. 
Smithers, Wilbur S. 
Snashall, Jabez 
Snell, M. Porter 
Snow, Frank H. 
Snow, Norman L. 
Snowden, Robert B. 
Snyder, Clifford 
Somers, William C. 
Sonner, George F. 
Soule, Jonathan 
Soule, Martin B. 
Southwick, Andrew J. 
Southwick, Augustus B. 
Spalding, Charles H. 
Sparks, Comfort 
Sparrow, Bradford P. 
Spaulding, Boardman C. 
Spellman, James H. 
Spellman, William C. 
Spellmeyer, Henry, Jr. 
Spence, Frank A. 
Spencer, Julius 
Sperry, Lewis 
Spicer, Ambrose C. 
Spinney, William A. 
Spooner, Marvin L. 
Spoor, Austin G. 
Sprague, Ezra T. 
Sprague, Havilah M. 
Sprague, J. H. 
Springs Leavitt W. 
Squicr, Wesley 
Squire, G. Lafayette 
Stafford, Thomas W. 
Stafford, Samuel 
Stanley, Howard W. 
Stark, Edward De Roy 

20 



'52 


Amherst. 


'50 


Union. 


'54 


Amherst. 


'62 


Williams. 


'57 


Hamilton. 


'65 


Brown. 


'40 


Union. 


'74 


Cornell. 


'62 


Waterville. 


'80 


Syracuse. 


'69 


Madison. 


'61 


Amherst. 


'62 


Wilhams. 


'59 


Union. 


'54 


Williams. 


'77 


Brown. 


'48 


Union. 


'70 


Washington 


'57 


Waterville. 


'62 


Waterville. 


'54 


Union. 


'63 


Hamilton. 


'65 


Brown. 


'37 


W illiams. 


'74 


Middlebury. 


'64 


Waterville. 


'44 


Williams. 


'61 


Williams. 


'66 


New York. 


'77 


Brown. , 


'53 


Amherst. 


'73 


Amherst. 


'51 


Union. 


'77 


Madisont 


'76 


Syracuse. 


'74 


Middlebury. 


'55 


Amherst. 


'58 


Amherst. 


'50 


Williams. 


'63 


Williams. 


'59 « 


Amherst. 


'45 


Williams. 


'47 


Williams. 


'43 


Union. 


'80 


Marietta. 


'53 


Hamilton. 



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V 




Stearns, Charles G. 
Stearns, Edward P. 
Stearns, Grcorge I. 
Stearns, Harrison W. 
Stearns, Kent K. 
Stearns, Marcellus L. 
Stearns, Sargent S. 
Stebbins, Charles E. 
Steele, Charles G. 
Steele, John B. 
Stevens, Ansel E. 
Stevens, George D. 
Stevens, Henry M. 
Stevenson, John M. 
Steward, Ilarley J. 
Stewart, D. C. 
Stewart, Robert L. 
Stewart, Robert L. 
Stewart, Thomas H. 
Stickney, Gardner P. 
Stickney, Robert 
Stiles, Reuben 
Stillman, James W. 
Stillwell, Charles M. 
Stimson, Harry P. 
Stoddard, Darius H. 
Stoddard, Elijah W. 
Stoddard, Judson B. 
Stone, George 
Stoops, Philip D. 
Stoothoff, Cornelius AV. 
Stork, Charles A. 
Storrs, James H. 
Storrs, S. John 
Stour, Edward J. 
Stowe, Alfred M. 
Straehan, Alexander 
Strasmer, William P. 
Stratton, James P. 
Streibert, Jacob, Jr. 
Strenger, William H. 
Stringer, T. L. 
Strohm, Harry L. 
Strong, David A. 
Strong, Franklin C. 
Strong, John C. 



74 
'64 
'49 
'67 
77 
'03 
'62 
'56 
'60 
'60 
'40 
'63 
'59 
'39 
'78 
'72 
'63 
'66 
'63 
'58 
'39 
'68 
'66 
'66 
'77 
'64 
'49 
'40 
'45 
'78 
'41 
'57 
'41 
'60 
'78 
'49 
'78 

'65 
77 
'67 
'64 
'74 
'45 
'42 
'43 



Amherst. 

Watervillc. 

Amherst. 

Brown. 

Manhattan. 

Waterville. 

Waterville. 

Hamilton. 

Middlebury. 

Middlebury. 

Union. 

Waterville. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Marietta. 

Washington. 

Jefferson 

Jefferson. 

Jefferson. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Rochester. 

Brown. 

Brown. 

Middlebury. 

Brown. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Williams. 

Union. 

Amherst. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton . 

Rochester. 

Rochester. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Rochester. 

Rutgers. 

Miami. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 






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tk> 



DELTA UPSTLON FRATERNTTT. 



203 



Strong, J. Hurd 


'54 


Strong, John D. 


'48 


Strong, Joseph D. 


'49 


Strong, Josiah 


'69 


Strong, Judson E. 


'79 


Strong, Thomas C. 


'41 


Strong, William E. 


'65 


Stubbs, James H. 


'76 


Styre, Charles 


'62 


Sullivan, Frank L. 


'77 


Sullivan, John C. 


'67 


Sumney, John 


'62 


Sutphen, James G. 


'75 


Sutton, A. K. 


'76 


Sutton, Nelson 


'69 


Su3'dam, Abraham 


'60 


Swain, George W. 


'63 


Swan, William L. 


'77 


Swift, Carlos 


'52 


Swift, Ismio M. 


79 


Swift, William H. 


'70 


Swinton, William 


'56 



Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Western Reserve. 

Western Reserve. 

Union. 

Western Reserve. 

Cornell. 

Union. 

Brown. 

Brown. 

Jefferson. 

Rutgers. 

Madison. 

Madison. 

Rutgers. 

Rutgers. 

Western Reserve. 

Union. 

Western Reserve. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 



Taft, Horace II. 
Talcott, Selden II. 
Tallman, (/harles M. 
Tallmadge, John B. 
Talmage, Daniel 
Tolman, Henry L. 
Tanner, Elias F. 
Tappan, F. Wilder 
Taylor, A. Worthington 
Taylor, Barnard C. 
Taylor, Daniel A. 
Taylor, David 
Taylor, David II. 
Taylor, George B. 
Taylor, Harry L. 
Taylor, James M. 
Taylor, James W. 
Taylor, Nathaniel E. 
Tears, Egbert 
Temple, Levi D. 



'54 
'69 

'47 
'68 
'68 
'69 
'58 
'37 
'41 
'74 
'73 
'41 
71 
'57 
'79 
'67 
'77 
'47 
'78 
'79 



Williams. 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

New York. 

Rutgers. 

Rochester. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Williams. 

Brown. 

Brown. 

Union. 

Brown. 

Waterville. 

Marietta. 

Madison. 

Manhattan. 

Williams. 

Rutgers. 

Madison. 




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\ 


«« _ 


IXDEX. 








Tftnplcton, (Ipor^c M. 


■04 


Jefferson. 






Ten Hrocck, Clinrlts 


'73 


Union. 






Tenm-y, Kplimini 


■41 


Williams. 






Tciimy, lIcrlKTt M. 


73 


Midtlleburj-. 






TeiiHcy, HiinlKirii 


'53 


Amherst. 






Terry, Ifciijiimin S, 


•78 


Madison, 






ThiitcliLT, {icon;!- II. 


•43 


Union. 






Thiiycr, Dnviil 


'40 


Union. 






Tluiyer, Ihivi.l 11. 


'4n 


Union. 






TlmyiT, Henry B. 


'55 


Union. 






TUonuis, Kilwitnl V. 


•OH 


Rutgers. 






ThoiiiaR, ntorp! A. 


•01) 


Madison. 






ThoniHs. Willi:. F. 


'77 


Brown. 






TUi)iupK»ii, AlfXiimlcr S. 


■04 


Jefferson. 








■72 


Western Iteserre. 






TliompstHi, 0, 


■78 


New York. 






Tliomi Willi, (!i-or>;e 


•m 


Union. 








'73 


Madison. 






Tlioni[iscm, J. (leinge 


73 


Amherst. 






Tlioiiii»MHi, .Iiiuu'mC. 


■OH 


New York. 








'OU 


N«^w York. 






Tliomimon, Joliii J. 


■52 


Union. 






Thompson, Wiirreti 


'75 


Amherst. 






Tlioiiip.S(ni, William \i. 


■fl;i 


Waturville. 






Tlionison, 4. fi. I). 


■74 


New York. 






Tlioriie, CliC'^lcr C. 


■57 


Union. 






Tliorp, Riineoii M. 


'50 


Union. 






Thorp, Tliomas J. 


'fll 


Union. 






Tlmsiier, Juiiies N. 


'59 


Amherst. 






Tliurlow, Steven A. 


•72 


Amherst. 






Tie.-. Levvii. 


'48 


Union, 






Tiffany, J. rtsniond 


■59 


Amherst. 






TilJyn, A Ian soil 


'M 


Hamilton. 






Tilain, Ambrose T. 


■tl 


Williams. 






TilKin, Austin V. 


•65 


Brown. 






Tilton, JoliD 


'80 


Cornell. 






Tilton, I'uul II. 


■80 


Cornell. 






Tinglcy, Xenophon D. 


■08 


Brown. 






Tinker. Edwani H. 


•44 


Williams. 






Tin iter, Joseph E. 


■57 


Hamilton. 






TinklcpnnKh, P. E. 


■73 


Madison. 






Titus, Wieka S. 


'48 


Union. 






Tonn, Tunis D. 


'64 


Rochester. 






Tolman. Henry L. ' 


'GO 


Bocliester. 






Tolmnn, Marcus A. 


— 


Trinity. 




J 




'57 


Union. 


w 


*< 


^ ^ 




^ 


f* 




Tompkins, E. C. 
Torrey, Francis A. 
Totliurst, Oliarles 
Tower, James E. 
Townley, Hugh C. 
Townsend, Julius S. 
Townsend, J J. 
Townsley, C. P. 
Tracy, Albion P. 
Tracy, Howard 
Tracy, Samuel M. 
Traver, Alvah 
Tripp, Bartlett 
Truair, George Galetzin 
Truesdale, George 
Truesdale, William H. 
Trussell, J. D. 
Truve, Theodore 
Tucker, J. Judson 
Tully, David 
Tupper, Henry M. 
Tupper, Horace T. S. 
Turnbull, George B. 
Turner, George N. 
Turner, I. D. 
Turner, James 
Turrill, George . 
Tuson, Thomas H. 
Tuthill, James H. 
Tuthill, Meads T. 
Tuttle, Henry A. 
Tuttle, John E. 
Twitchell, Justin E. 
Tyler, Joseph H. 
Tyler, John J. 



'43 
'61 
'80 
'58 
'58 
'48 
'70 
'76 
'56 
'79 
'47 
'53 
'61 
'64 
'57 
'67 
'70 
70 
'54 
'47 
'59 
'57 
'80 
'37 
'78 
'80 
'79 
'71 
'46 
'50 
'44 
'79 
'58 
'77 
'38 



Williams. 

Hamilton. 

Western Reserve. 

Amherst. 

Rochester. 

Williams. 

Madison. 

Union. 

Waterville. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Union. 

Waterville. 

Hamilton. 

Rochester. 

Rochester. 

Washington. 

Madison. 

Williams. 

Union. 

Amherst. 

Union. 

Madison. 

Williams. 

New York. 

Amherst. 

Western Reserve. 

Madison. 

Williams. 

Hamilton. 

Williams. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Brown. 

Union. 



u, 



Underbill, Washington D. 
Upham, Albert G. 
Upton, Winslow 
Utley, Wells H. 



'79 
'74 
'75 
'75 



Madison. 
Brown. 
Brown. 
Middlebury. 



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i^ 





^ _„.; 




T_f 


t- 






■^ 


** 


'^ 206 


TKVEX. 






1 


V. 






Vftil, Henry U. 


■ao 


Middlebury. 




Vftil, James n. 


■51 


Union. 




Vnkntinc, Philo 0. 


'r,i 


Union. 




Vukiiliiic, Itofiwell D. 


'57 


Union. 




Van AlBiyne, Elilert T. 


■30 


Union. 




Van Andalu, N. Ilixon 


■83 


Rutgeni. 




Van Burcn Qeor^' 


'73 


Union. 




Vftn Biiakirk, Pelur 


■66 


Rutgers. 




1 Vnnc-e, Joscpli II. 


■73 


Western Reserve. 




Vandorbilt, CorneliuBJ. 


SO 


Union. 




{ Viinderliurg Tred. A. 


■76 


Rochester. 




j Van Dt-rveer, George 


'79 


Rutgers, 




' Van Dcrveer, Jolin Q. 


'77 


Rutgers. 




Vandervolgtu. John V. 


■44 


Union. 




Van DeuBcn. EdwLn A. 


■53 


Williama. 




: Van Doren. J. Ilowanl 


■5U 


Rutgers. 




Van DorcD. Robert N. 


'75 


MadLa..n. 






Van Dewenter, John C. 


'70 


New York. 






Van Dyke, John M. 


'71 


Miami. 






Van Hornc, John G. 


'73 


New York. 






Van Home, Julius J. 


'70 


Syracuse. 






Van Neas, Jftcoh H. 


'63 


Rutgers. 






Van Ness, Sherman, Jr. 


■80 


Rutgers. 






Van Santvoord, John 


'30 


Union. 






Van Stcenbergh, William H. 


'77 


Rutgers. 






Van Vechtcn, Ahraliam V. W. 


■47 


Williama. 






Van Vechtcn. Theodore F. 


■50 


Williams. 






Van Vleek, Cliarlea W. 


'76 


Marietta. 






Van Vleck, William, Jr. 


'75 


Marietu. 




1 Van Vranken, Adam A. 


•55 


Union. 






Van Vranken, F. V. 


'38 


Union. 






Van Wert, Charles G. 


■70 


Ann Arbor. 






Van Wickle, Augustus 8. 


■7« 


Brown. 






Vsrinn F.award 


•74 


Trinity. 






Vase on (.■til™, Asiisto Cesar de 


'78 


Cornell. 






Vedder, Chnrles S. 


'51 


Union. 






Veghle, Henry 


•77 


Rutgers. 






Vinll, Gtorge M. 


•74 


Union. 






Vining, Aldeii B. 


'43 


Williams. 






VoorLeea, F. McGowan 


'76 


Rutgers. 






Voorhees, H. M. 


•59 


Rutgers. 






Voorboes. W. W. Jr. 


'80 


Rutgers. 




*f 


Vredenberg, La Hue 


76 


Rutgers. 


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DELTA UP8IL0N FRATERNITY. 



Vreflenbcrg, La Rue 
Vreelanil, Praok D. 
Vroom, William H. 



Wade, Henry 
Wade, Neliemiah, Jr. 
Wade, Matthew 
Wadswortb, Titus T. 
Woger, AmLroae 
Waggoner, DickBon R. 
Waite, Foster R 
Wailc, Henry K. 
Waldo, Levi P. 
Waldo, Milton 
Waldo, Otia H. 
Walker, Alexauder 
Walker, Benjamin K. 
Walker, Brwiij D. 
Walker, Edgar L. 
Walker, George P. 
Walker, Levi C. 
Walker, Townsond 
Walker, William G. 
Wallace, Alvin 
Wallace, James B. 
Wallace, John P. 
Wallace, llobert H. 
Walratli. Adoniram J. 
Walaer, Theodore H. 
Walter, Harry H. 
Walter, Johnson E. 
Waplts, Erasmus B. 
Ward, George 0. 
Ward, Henry, Jr. 
Ward, Henry 
Ward, Hiram L. 
Ward, Jabez R 
Ware, Spencer H, 
Warner, Elias E 
Warner, Francis J. 
Warner, George 
Warner, Franklin P. 
Warner, Henry L. 



Rutgers. 

Rochester. 

Rutgers. 



Middlebury. 

Miami. 
Miami. 

Williams. 

Jefferson. 

Amherst. 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

Hamilton. 

Williams. 
Waterville. 
Miami. 
Middlebury. 

Amherst. 

Brown. 

Williams. 

Madison. 

Williams. 

Boclicst«r. 

Union. 

Madison. 

Rutgers. 

Marietta. 

Jefferson. 

Amherst. 

Brown. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

Rochester. 

Williams. 

Union. 

Hamilton 

Tlochcstcr. 



♦f, 



-'4H 



Warner, Jameii S. 
Wftmcr, Joseph 
Warner, Lyman 
Warner, Oliver 
Wurner, Oliver W. 
Wurncr, Sumuel E. 
Warner, Warren W. 
Warren, CyruM 0. 
Warren, Edward E. 
Warren, Jolin O. 
Warren, Mosea 
Warriuer. Edward A. 
Wash burn, George 
Wasliburii, George T. 
Wasliliuni. George Y. 
Wasliinglou, Sliadruch 
Waterman, George R. 
Waterman, Jolin B. 
Watson, George A. 
Watson, Kobcn D. 
WalW, LyDian S. 
Wayte, William E. 
Webb, EUmunil F. 
Webber, Cliarles K. 
Wcl)l>er, Leniuul P. 
Webl>er, L. Hiclnuoud 
Webster, Hoy C. 
Weeden, Jatnes (i. 
Weeks, George E. 
Weidenthal, Nathan 
"Webster Walter G. 
Weir, Hugh 
Welch, TL B. 
Weld Benjamiu M. 
Welday, David M. 
Wulday, William II. 
Welles, Benjamin 
Wells, Hyron 
Wells, David A. 
Wells, Henry 
Wells, Henry 
Wells, Horace IT. 
Wells, Samuel T. 
Wells, Wollingtoi. S. 
Wells, Williuzn 
Weltoii, Ce]ilias It. 



Williams. 
Williams. 
Williams. 

Rochester. 

Williams. 

HamiltoD. 

Waterville. 

Marietta. 

Williams. 

Williams, 



Union. 
Middlcbury. 

Rochester. 

Waterville. 

Waterville. 

Williams. 

Waterville. 

Rochester. 

Union. 

Madison. 

Itochester. 

Brown. 

JcScrson. 

Union. 

Middlebury, 

Washington. 

Washington. 

Hamilton. 
Williams. 



Mitrietta. 
Williamx. 
Brown. 






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UP SILO N 


FRATERNI2 Y, "" ■ 209 


r* 


Wollon, Henry-S. 


'53 


HamiitSil'. 




: Wenzell, Abner H, 


'53 


Amherst. '' 




West, Charles H., Jr. 


■64 


Hamilton: 




! Westfall, John H. 


'36 


Williams. 




j WesifBH, Samuel D. 


■60 


Hamilton. 




j Weston, George F. 


'78 


Brown. ■ 




! Westoii, H. G, 


_ 


Madison. 




1 Weston, Joslius W. 


'53 


Walerville. 




: Westveer, Adrian 


■65 


Rutgers. 




Wetmore, William W. 


'61 


Hamilton, 




Wetzc-1, Samuel W 


■67 


Hamilton. 




! Wiieaton. Arcbibald C 


'74 


Madison. 




, Whedon, David P. 


"46 


Union. 






Wbeeler, Arthur W. 


'79 


Amherst. 






Wheeler, Bennett R. 


'78 


Brown. 






Wheeier, Hiram 


•40 


Union. 






Wboeler. Edward R. 


'60 


Amherst. 






Wheelock, Isaac R. 


'60 


Brown. 






Whidden, Jolin N. 


'56 


Rochester. 






Whipple, Aldeu B. 


■53 


Williams. 






Whitalter Thomaa J. 


'76 


Madison. 






Wliite, Charles P. 


'65 


Brown. 






White, E. P. 


'70 


Union. 






White, George 


■61 


Williams. 






White, 0. B. 


'74 


Union. 






White, Harry M. 


■77 


Manhattan. 






White, James 


'51 


Williams. 






White, John G. 


'65 


Western Reserve. 






White, Jasper M. 


■58 


Watcrvjilc. 






White, Lewis 


'45 


Williams. 






White, Ma«rico P. 


'75 


Amherst. 






Wliitc, Nebemiah 


'57 


Middlobury. 






Wiiitc, Samiiol J. 


'31) 


Williams. 






Wliite, WeliinKlon T. 


'76 


Amherst. 






Wliite, William J. 


•39 


Williams. 






Wliile, William P. 


'45 


Williams. 






White, W. Storm 


'77 


Manliattan. 






White, W. W. 


'79 


Union, 






Whitohill, John 


'58 


Amiicrst. 






Whitehead, William R 


'77 


Rutgers. 






Wliitford, ()«yir F. 


■58 


Union. 






Wliitfoid, William C. 


'53 


Union. 






Wliiting, Frank A. 


'80 


Amherst. 






Wiiitmarsh, Ilenrj A. 


■76 


Brown. 






Whitney, George 0, 


■6fl 


Madison. 






Whitney, Henry T. 


'75 


Mlddieliury. 






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L 


M. 


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INDEX. 


y 


T 


Whitney, Milton B. 


'49 


Williams. 


1 


Whitten, Sumner II. 


71) 


Amherst. 




Wliittlescy, Charles 


'40 


W illiams. 




Whittlesey, Charles B. 


Ti8 


Amherst. 




Whittlesey, Eliphale.t 


'40 


Williams. 


' 


Whittlesey, Elisha 


'4() 


Williams. 




Wiekcs, Robert B. 


'78 


Rochester. 




Wieting, Archibald 


'41 


Union. 




Wiggin, George W. F. 


'00 


Waterville. 




Wight, Joseph K. 


'43 


Williams. 




Wighlnian, Joseph \. 


'43 


Union. 

• 


■ 


Wilbur, Charles D. 


'50 


Williams. 




Wilcox, Asa J. 


'73 


Madison. 




Wilcox, Daniel W. 




Waterville. 




Wilcox, 11. Clifford 


'74 


Union. 


1 


Wilcox, Julius 


'58 


Middlebury. 


I 


Wilcox, S. Darwin 


'00 


Hamilton. 




Wilcox, Sheldon E. 


'77 


Madison. 


1 
i 


Wild, .Vzel W. 


'57 


Middlebury. 




Wild, ICdward P. 


'(K) 


Middlebury. • 


' 


Wilder, Arthur T. 


'02 


Middlebury. 


■ 


Wilder, Burt G. 




Cornell. 




Wilder, Hyman A. 


'45 


Williams. 




Wile, Henry G. 


'79 


Rochester. 


j 


Wile, Isaac A. 


'72 


Rochester. 




Wile, Solomon 


'73 


Rochester. 




Wllkie, Warren 


'55 


Union. 




Wilkin, (Jeorge F. 


'71 


Rochester. 




Wilkin, Josei)h M. 


'48 


Union. 




Wilkius, A. Charles 


'74 


Rochester. 


I 


Wilkinson,' James 


'57 


Union. 


1 


Willard, G. B. F. 


'70 


Middlebury. 


1 
■ ■ 


Willard, John D. 


'78 


Amherst. 


1 


Willard, Myron G. 


'08 


Hamilton. 


1 


Wllley, Ambrose F. 


'58 


Rochester. 




Williams, Albemarle D. 


'55 


Rochester. 




Williams, Abraham E. 


'41 


Union. 


i 

1 


Williams, Alonzo M. 


'40 


Union. 


: 


Williams, Alvin D. 


'40 


Hamilton. 


]■ 


Williams, A. W. 




Marietta. 


i 


Williams, C. Richard 


'75 


Rochester. 


1 


Williams, David T. 


'80 


Western Reserve. 


1 


Williams, Fordyce 


'53 


Rochester. 


1 


Williams, Francis 


'38 


Williams. 


1 


Williams, George A. 


'80 


Madison. 


1 


Williams, George F. 


'00 


Rochester. 


1 

1 



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211 



Williams, John 
Williams, John K. 
Williams, Theodore B. 
Willis, Benjamin A. 
Willis, George W. 
Willis, William P. 
Wilson, James D. 
Wilson, James M. 
Wilson, John N. 
Wilson, John N. 
Wilson, Joseph D. 
Wilson, Lavalette 
Wilson, William L. 
Winans, Joseph S. 
Winchester, Warren W. 
W instead, Jacob P. 
Winter, Egbert 
Winters, Augustus C. 
Witherspoon, Orlando 
Wolcott, Alfred 
Wolcott, John C. 
Wolcott, William A. 
Wolfe, Aaron R. 
Wood, Allen F. 
Wood, Frank A. 
Wood, Frederic S. 
Wood, Judson I. 
Woodbridge, John 
Woodcock, Albert 
Woodruff, Henry 
Woodruff, Leo M. 
Woodruff, Theo. N. 
Woodruff, Walter W. 
Woods, David H. 
Woods, James S. 
Woods, William J. 
Woodward, Thomas C. 
Woodward, Delos D. 
Woodworth, Leverett 8. 
Woolverston, Linus 
Worcester, Alfred M. 
Worthington, Albert P. 
Worthington, John 
Worthington, Thomas 
Wortinan, Denis, Jr. 
Wright, Charles G. . 



'49 


Union. ' 


'60 


Middlebury. 


'69 


Rochester. 


'61 


Union. 


'80 


Hamilton. 


'60 


Union. 


'58 


Amherst. 


'44 


Williams. 


'66 


Jefferson. 


'66 


Western Reserve. 


'68 


Jefferson. 


'56 


Williams. 


'55 


Union. 


'53 


Hamilton. 




Middlebury. 


'69 


Miami. 


'60 


Rutgers. 


'65 


Rochester. 


'56 


Rochester. 


'80 


Western Reserve. 


'44 


Williams. 


'59 


Hamilton. 


'44 


Williams. 


'69 


Brown. 


'67 


New York. 


'42 


Union. 


'79 


Brown. 


'43 


Union. 


'53 


Union. 


'65 


Western Reserve 




Madison. 


'73 


Marietta. 


'80 


Marietta. 


'73 


Amherst. 


'53 


Williams. 


'75 


Hamilton. 


'55 


Union. 


'56 


Rochester. 


'71 


Brown. 


'69 


Rochester. 


'71 


Rochester. 


'64 


Hamilton. 


'75 


Cornell. 


'73 


Cornell 


'07 


Amherst. 


'86 


Williams. 




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Wriirlit, K. Monroe 
WriLilit, Kdiuuiid 
Wrlirht, Kuiifin' F. 
Wriirht, Franklin I). 
Wriirht, John A. 
Wriirhl, .loscpli H. 
Wriirht, Kussi-11 M. 
Wri«jcht, SaiHiU'l JSl. J. 
WyckolV, I>(>njaniin Y. I). 
Wy<'kolT, .lames 
Wy(kt)ir, .Iaet)li S. 
Wyekotr. .lohn II. 
Wy<koir, M. N. 
Wv<k.»ir, William F. 
WvekiilV, William ,J. 
Wvman, Ko^well A. 



':jt; 
70 
Ml 

'T;j 

Ml 

74 

75 . 

'til 

'.">;$ 

'71 

'tJS 

Mti 



Williams. 

Williams. 

Middlebury. 

Union. 

Western Reserve. 

Union. 

Williams. 

W^eslern Reserve. 

Hiit»»er8. 

Kutj^ers. 

Hut.i?ers. 

Rutgers. 

Rutgers. 

Rulgers. 

Rutgers. 

Union. 



Yatahc, Riokichi 
Yates, James 
Yeakle. Joshua K. 
Yeoman. Sanuiel 
York, Albert L. 
Yiuimans, Charles M. 
Y»)uman>, K. L. 
YoiiUir, Ahndiam T. 
Youmr. Frank L. 
Y(»ung. Frank O. 
Young, J<»hn 1). 
Young. Madison 
Young, Moses W. 
Younu:, IMiilander I). 






'!{•» 

!)»> 



'.■>() 

'."iO 
'70 

':«) 
74 
7t5 
'tW 
'40 
'ti4 
'12 



Cornell. 

Union. 

Union. 

Union. 

Union. 

Cornell. 

Cornell. 

Union. 

Hrown. 

Cornell. 

Union. 

Union. 

Watcrvillc. 

Union. 



Zjirlman. Joseph II. 
Zeller, Flias K. 



7S 
71 



Syraeusi?. 
Miami. 



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