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CATALOGUE 



Graduates and Officers 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



DECEMBER, 1879. 



S:E003SriD EX)ITIOIiT- 



PUBLISHED BY 

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 

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32575 



Trow's 

Printing and Bookbinding Co. 

201-213 East 12th St., 

NEW YORK. 



ADVERTISEMENT TO THE SECOND 
EDITION. 



Since the first edition of this Catalogue was published, particulars 
have been received of nearly one thousand (1,000) graduates. The 
total number of whose career a more or less detailed account is given 
in this edition is eighteen hundred and fifty (1850). Two hundred 
and fifteen (215) are known to be dead. Seventy-nine have died 
since the first edition was issued. The Secretary will be very grateful 
for any additional, or if need be, corrected information in regard to 
the teachers, graduates, or history of the College. From the con- 
stantly increasing interest shown by the graduates in the affairs of the 
Medical Department of the University, it is believed that a revised 
edition of this Catalogue will soon be asked for. The Committee hope 
at no very distant day to be able to publish an edition containing the 
history of nearly every graduate. 



James H. Anderson. 

Frei 

D. B. 

New York, Dec. i, 1879. 



Fredk. R. S. Drake. [• Fublishifig Committee. 
D. B. St. John Roosa. ) 



PREFACE 



The Publication Comnnttee, appointed at the Annual Meeting of 
1871, in presenting the Catalogue of the Alumni of the Medical De- 
partment of the University of the City of New York, offer a few state- 
ments which will account for the delay in the issue of the work. 

When the organization was formed, in the autumn of 1867, scarcely 
an effort had been made to secure and preserve records of the Alumni. 
Their names merely appeared on the books of the Council of the Uni- 
versity, while another list had been destroyed by the fire which burned 
the College building in Fourteenth street. Even in the city and 
vicinity of New York, where are now known to reside nearly two 
hundred and fifty of the Alumni, no person could be found who knew 
the residences of any considerable number. 

In the early period of the Association, facts necessarily accumu- 
lated slowly. At the date of tlie Annual Meeting of February, 1870, 
we had the addresses of but one hundred and thirty (130). Very 
many of these were obtained through the efforts of H. Mortimer 
Brush, the first Secretary of the Association. As the existence, aims 
and objects of the Association became more widely known, informa- 
tion was received from different quarters, enabling your Committee 
now to offer particulars of nearly eight hundred and fifty (850) of the 
graduates. 

The facts have been obtained from various sources, but mainly by 
the efforts of your Committee ; — and, as the other members of the 
Committee feel bound to say, chiefly through the earnest labor of Dr. 
Pardee, the present Secretary of the Association and Chairman of this 
Committee, — and through an advertisement of the Association, which 
had a wide circulation in most of the medical journals of this country. 
To Dr. Alfred L. Carroll, formerly editor of the Medical Gazette, is 
the Association indebted for the wide circulation accorded to this 



vi PREFACE. 

advertisement. Tiie Faculty of the College also contributed to the 
result by printing, in the annual announcement of lectures, a notice 
of the Association, and of its requirements. Valuable information 
and hearty co-operation have been given by Professor Martyn Paine ; 
Professor William Darling, of the Class of 1842, and by others. 

While this Catalogue is incomplete, it will be found to be the most 
accurate record of the names of the graduates that has ever been pub- 
lished, and will, we trust, serve as a basis for a future edition ; for 
which it is hoped the great mass of our brethren will be more prompt 
to furnish the necessary facts than they have been to the one we now 
offer. 

Chas. Inslee Pardee, ) 

Samuel S. Purple, K Publication Committee. 

D. B. St. John Roosa, ) 



To the Alumnl 



The work of collecting facts concerning graduates will be continued 
under the supervision of the Secretary. 

The information will be published in subsequent editions of the 
Catalogue. 

Graduates whose addresses and professional histories are not re- 
corded will please send — 

ist — Their names in full, including the first, middle, and last. 

2d — Date of graduation. 

3d — Their post-office address. 

4th — The names and dates of literary degrees. 

5th — Places of honor and trust held since graduation, i.e.^ held by 
virtue of professional attainments ; — not places political or social, — 
giving dates of appointments and terms of service. 

6th — Information of deceased graduates, including, if possible, their 
names in full, places of honor and trust held, etc.; and the time, place, 
and cause of death. 

Communications may be addressed to the Secretary of the Alumni 
Association, 

Fredk. R. S. Drake, 

58 West 25 th St. 



OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



PRESIDENTS. 

FROM TO 

1867 SAMUEL SMITH PURPLE 1871 

1871 FREDERICK DIVOUX LENTE ...1872 

1872 JAMES ROSEBRUGH LEAMING 1875 

1875 CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE 1877 

1877 JAMES H. ANDERSON 1879 

1879 DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOHN ROOSA. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

1867 JAMES ROSEBRUGH LEAMING 1872 

1867 HENRY STUART HEWIT 1874 

1867 JAMES B. McCAW 1871 

1867 DANIEL AYRES 1871 

1867 SOLOMON SAMPSON SATCHWELL ... 1873 

1867 FREDERICK DIVOUX LENTE 1871 

1871 JOHN MOORE 1872 

1871 ROBERT OGDEN DOREMUS 1872 

1871 SAMUEL HALL 1872 

1872 CHARLES A. BUDD 1873 

1872 SAMUEL MERRIFIELD BEMISS 1873 

1872 WILLIAM CANNIFF 1875 

1872 THEODORE ROMEYN VARICK 1873 

1873 ALFRED L. CARROLL 1877 

1873 S. FLEET SPEIR 



Vlll 



OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



1873 




1873 




1874 





1875 


.... 


1875 


.... 


1875 




1876 




1877 




1879 





1879 






1867 
1870 

1875 

1867 
1868 
1870 
I87I 

1875 



TO 

BOLLING A. POPE 1875 

THOMAS C. FINNELL 1876 

J. H. HOBART BURGE 1875 

JOHN R. DICKSON 

J. J. PETERSON 

JOSIAH GAUTIER 1879 

THOMAS S. BAHAN 1879 

WILLIAM A. HAMMOND 

J. W. S. GOULEY 

W. E. FORD 

SECRETARIES. 

HENRY MORTIMER BRUSH 1870 

CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE 1875 

FREDK. RICHARD SEWARD DRAKE.. 

TREASURERS. 

GEORGE K. SMITH 1868 

CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE 1870 

WILLIAM BEALE LEWIS 1871 

DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOHN ROOSA. 1875 
C. DIXON VARLEY 



COUNCIL. 

Composed of the Ex-Presidents of the Association. 

SAMUEL S. PURPLE. 
FREDERICK D. LENTE. 
JAMES R. LEAMING. 
CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE. 
JAMES H. ANDERSON. 



OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. IX 



COLLEGE HISTORIANS. 

FROM TO 

1867 HAVILAH MOWRY SPRAGUE 1871 

1871 ALEXANDER W. STEIN 1872 



1867... 
1868-9. 
1 869-70 
1870-71 
1871-2. 
1872-3. 
1873-4. 



ORATORS. 

. . GEORGE THOMSON ELLIOT 

. . HENRY STUART HEWIT 

..JAMES ROSEBRUGH TEAMING 

..FREDERICK DIVOUX LENTE 

..DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOHN ROOSA 

. . SOLOMON S. S ATCH WELL 

. . ALFRED L. CARROLL 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

(Called Committee on Nominations and Arrangements previous to 1871.) 

1867 DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOHN ROOSA. 1879 

1867 JOSEPH J. HULL 1870 

1867 ZACHARIAH EDWARDS LEWIS 1869 

1867 JAMES H. ANDERSON 1879 

1869 ALEXANDER W. STEIN 1871 

1870 FRANCIS VARIAN WHITE 1873 

1870 STEPHEN JOHN CLARK 

1871 FRANK LE ROY SATTERLEE 

1871 ALFRED L. CARROLL 1872 

1872 JOSEPH SAYER MONELL 1875 

1873 FREDERICK R. S. DRAKE 

1873 LEWIS FISHER 1874 

1873 C. DIXON VARLEY 

1873 S. SEABURY JONES 1876 



X OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 

FROM TO 

1873 HARVEY S. GAY 1875 

1873 JOSEPH W. HOWE 1875 

1873 AUGUSTUS \V. MACLAY 1874 

18 



/ 



JOHN W. HUNT 1875 



1874 A. E. MACDONALD 

1874 JOSEPH J. HULL 1876 

1875 DANIEL H. KITCHEN [878 

1875 NATHANIEL C. HUSTED 1877 

1875 WILLIAM T. BACON 1877 

1875 ANDREW OTTERSON 

1875.. . ..EDWARD L. PARDEE 

1876 FRANCIS H. RANKIN 1877 

1877 JAMES B. TAYLOR 1878 

1877 RUDOLPH A. WITTHAUS 

1877...... W. C. LUTKINS 

1877 LEOPOLD GOLDSCHMIEDT 

1877 NEWTON M. SHAFFER 

1878 M. J. MOSES 1878 

1878 J. H. HOBART BURGE 

1879 HENRY B. CONRAD 

1879 ROBERT A. MURRAY — - 



CONSTITUTION, 



ARTICLE I. 

This Association shall be called *'The Alumni Association of 
THE Medical Department of the University of the City of 
New York," and shall consist of the Alumni and Officers of that 
Department. 

ARTICLE II. 

The objects of this Association shall be to '^azwx^ pennanent and 
accurate records of the Alumni and Officers of the Medical Depart- 
ment of the University of the City of New York, and to advance the 
cause of medical education. 

ARTICLE III. 

The Officers of this Association shall be a President, six Vice- 
Presidents, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. These Officers shall be 
elected at the annual meetings of the Association, for the period of 
one year from the ist day of April, except the Secretary, whose term 
of office shall be three years. 

The President shall preside at all meetings of the Association, and 
shall be a member, ex-officio^ of all regular Committees. 

The Secretary and Treasurer shall perform the duties usually per- 
taining to their respective offices, and shall be members, ex-ojficio, of 
the Executive Committee. 

ARTICLE IV. 

There shall be an Executive Committee, consisting of twelve (12) 
members elected at the annual n:ieetings of the Association, for the 
period of one year from the 1st day of April, whose duty it shall be to 



Xll CONSTITUTION. 

make due preparation for the succeeding meeting, and to perform 
such other duties as may be necessary to carry out the best interests 
of the Association. 

ARTICLE V. 

Amendments to this Constitution may be offered at an annual 
meeting of the Association, and if accepted by a two-third vote of the 
members present at such meeting, shall be valid, to all intents and 
purposes, as part of this Constitution. 



ARTICLE VL 

The Ex-Presidents of this Association shall constitute an Advisory 
Council. The members of this Council shall be entitled to attend 
the meetings of the Executive Committee, and to vote upon all ques- 
tions brought before that Committee. 



HISTORY OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 

OR, AS OTHERWISE KNOWN, 

THE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



A LARGE part of this history up to the year 1873 was obtained from 
the late Professor Paine, who appears to have been particularly in- 
strumental in inaugurating the Medical Department of the University. 

In 1838, Dr. Paine, in connection with Charles A. Lee, M.D., 
Alfred C. Post, M.D., Gunning S. Bedford, M.D., and A. Sidney Doane, 
M.D., offered themselves to the Council of the University, for the pur- 
pose of forming a Medical Department of that institution. They were 
associated with five other gentlemen who were designated as Assistant 
Professors, mostly for clinical instruction. To Dr. Paine was assigned 
the chair of the Theory and Practice of Medicine ; to Dr. Lee that of 
Materia Medica, Pharmacy, and Medical Jurisprudence ; to Dr. Bed- 
ford that of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children ; to Dr. 
Doane that of Physiology. But they had no knowledge of any chemist 
of sufficient consideration to occupy the chair of Chemistry. Accord- 
ingly Dr. Paine addressed a letter to Professor Silliman, the distin- 
guished chemist of Yale College, for information as to a suitable 
person, and was informed by the Professor that he knew of no one. 
Dr. Paine then stated to his colleagues that he had lately read some 
articles in the American Journal of the Medical Sciences, from the pen 
of Dr. John W. Draper, Professor of Chemistry in William and Mary 
College, and that he would be willing, for his own part, to repose his 
trust in the articles for those high qualifications which he and his col- 



14 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

leagues were desirous of obtaining. Therefore it was immediately 
resolved to recommend Professor Draper to the Council of the Uni- 
versity as the Rara Avis in terris, and this led to his connection with 
both the Academic and Medical Departments. 

After the inauguration of the Medical Faculty, circumstances oc- 
curred, as published by the Faculty in the Journal of Coiiunerce on 
the 23d of Jan., which led to the dissolution of their connection with 
the University on the nth of Jan., 1839, "^vhen the greater number of 
the Faculty addressed themselves to Columbia College with the object 
of forming a Medical Department in connection with that institution. 
The President submitted the application to the Trustees, and soon in- 
formed Dr. Paine that a majority of that body was opposed to the in- 
stitution of a ATedical Department. At that time there existed a 
strenuous opposition on the part of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons to the establishment of another medical school in this city, 
and one of the Professors of that College was a member of the Board of 
Trustees of Columbia College, while another was a member of the Coun- 
cil of the University. When the application was presented to the Board 
of Columbia College, an impression was made upon the Trustees that 
a Medical College was very detrimental to the interests of the academic 
department of a college, and the example of the University of Pennsyl- 
vania was brought to bear successfully upon the Trustees of Columbia 
College. Professor Paine then addressed letters to the Presidents 
of Harvard, Yale, and Dartmouth Colleges, to learn the experience of 
those institutions in relation to their IVIedical Departments, and he 
received replies from each of the three Presidents, that the Medical 
School was a great acquisition to the literary and scientific objects of 
the several Colleges. These answers were immediately submitted to 
the Trustees of Columbia College, and soon afterwards Professor 
Paine was informed by the President that a majority of the Board 
were in favor of a medical department, but that the minority was too 
strong to justify the innovation. 

It was then determined to apply to the Legislature for an act of 
incorporation. But great difficulties were anticipated from an oppo- 
sition by the existing school, which had already succeeded, by various 
expedients, in suppressing Rutgers Medical College. An appeal was 
therefore made to the County Medical Society for their recommenda- 
tion to the Legislature of an act of incorporation, and, after an argu- 
ment by Professor Paine, a vote was cordially given in favor of a new 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. I 5 

college. Professor Paine also had interviews with the Trustees of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, for the purpose of obtaining their 
acquiescence; and under the conviction that a rival school would be 
useful to that over which they presided, the Trustees cheerfully signed 
a recommendation to the Legislature for an act of incorporation. 

While matters were thus pending, Professor Pattison, of Jefferson 
Medical College (Philadelphia), and Professor Bedford suggested to 
Professor Paine the expediency of again approaching the University 
of New York, with Professor Mott for the chair of Surgery ; Professor 
Draper for that of Chemistry ; Professor Pattison, Anatomy; Professor 
Bedford, Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children ; Professor 
Revere, of Jefferson College, Theory and Practice of Medicine ; and 
Professor Paine, the Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica. 
Thus arranged they submitted their wishes to the Council of the Uni- 
versity, by whom they were at once adopted as the medical depart- 
ment, and for which provision had been made in the Charter. 

These six professors then purchased the large granite edifice 
known as the Stuyvesant Institute, being the finest building in the 
city, with the exception of the University and the Astor House. This 
edifice was situated on the westerly side of Broadway, nearly opposite 
Bond Street. Here the Faculty carried on their instruction till the 
year 185 1, when they sold the property and erected a large and costly 
edifice on Fourteenth Street, on the east side of the Academy of Music, 
near the Third Avenue. No arrangements for a Medical College have 
ever been more ample and commodious. The Faculty held their ses- 
sions in this building till the burning of the Academy of Music in the 
spring of 1866, when the fire laid the medical edifice in ashes, destroy- 
ing also several valuable collections in anatomy, obstetrics, chemistry, 
materia medica, botany, mineralogy, etc. The Faculty then took up 
their quarters in the New York Hospital, which occupied the square 
between Broadway and Church Street, and between Duane and Worth 
Streets. They rented one of the large edifices, but were obliged to 
abandon it in 1869, on account of the sale of the property for commer- 
cial purposes. 

At the instigation of Professor Henry Draper the late Mr. Cort- 
landt Palmer, of this city, was induced to erect a building for the 
College at 426 East Twenty-sixth Street, which he leased to the 
Faculty for a term of years. This building became entirely too small 
for the acconmiodation of the rapidly increasing number of students, 



1 6 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

and in January, 1875, the Faculty purchased it, with a view to its 
enlargement, of Mrs. Henry Draper. It was found impracticable 
to enlarge the building, and accordingly, on March 23, 1875, the 
land now occupied by the College, 410 East Twenty-sixth Street, 
was bought by the Faculty for the purpose of erecting a new building. 
On the 26th of April, 1874, the foundations for the new structure were 
laid. The Building Committee consisted of Professors William H. 
Thomson, Charles Inslee Pardee, and Alfred L. Loomis. Through 
the extraordinary labors of the Committee, and notably by the work 
of Dr. Pardee, the college was completely built and ready for occu- 
pancy at the beginning of the Fall Session of that year. 

The following named gentlemen — those whose names are marked 
with a star being at the time members of the Council — contributed to 
the funds of the Faculty to aid in the work : 

D. Willis James, Esq., John Taylor Johnston, Esq.,* 

Wm. Niblo, Esq., R. A. Witthaus, Esq., 

Wm. M. Vermilye, Esq.,* Wm. E. Dodge, Jr., Esq., 
John C. Green, Esq.,* Rev. Chas. F. Deems, D.D., 

Rev. Wm. M. Taylor, D.D., David Do\vs, Esq. 

The interest of their donations furnished several scholarships for 
the benefit of deserving and indigent students. The college building 
is now one of the largest and best adapted for its use of any in this 
country. 

The number of graduates up to this time is 3,887, and the class of 
1878-79, numbering 204, was the largest ever graduated in the history 
of the College. 

!Many changes have taken place in the Faculty since the publica- 
tion of the last catalogue. Prof. Mott was several years the President 
of the Faculty, and was succeeded by Prof. John W. Draper. Prof. 
Paine became the Treasurer of the College in 1841, and conducted 
all its pecuniary affairs till 1867, a period of twenty-six years. He 
was succeeded by Professor Alfred C. Post, and he in turn by Profes- 
sor John C. Draper, who now holds the office. On the 6th of May, 
1873, Professor Henry Draper, who for some years had been the execu- 
tive officer of the College, resigned that position, and was succeeded 
by Dr. Charles Inslee Pardee, who continues in this responsible posi- 
tion, with the title of Dean of the Faculty, an honor conferred by the 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 1/ 

Council of the University. On the 24th of November, 1873, Pi'ofes- 
sor Henry Draper resigned the chair of Physiology, and on the 24th of 
April, 1874, he was succeeded by Dr. J. W, S. Arnold, who now holds 
this position. On the same date Professor Stephen Smith, formerly of 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College, was made Professor of Surgical 
Jurisprudence. Dr. John T. Darby was appointed Professor of Surgi- 
cal Anatomy on the 29th of May, 1874, and on the 19th of April, 1875, 
he was appointed Professor of Surgery, to succeed Professor Alfred C. 
Post, who had resigned, and became Professor Emeritus of Clinical 
Surgery. On the ist of December, 1873, Professor John William 
Draper, who was one of the founders of the medical department, 
severed his connection with it by resigning the Emeritus Professorship 
of Chemistry and Physiology. Prof. Draper was the President of the 
Faculty. The latter vacancy was filled by the election of Professor 
Post to the Presidency. On the 25th of September, 1874, Professor 
William A. Hammond, formerly of Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 
was elected to the chair of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System. 

For the purpose of facilitating the efforts of graduates in medicine 
who have come to New York to renew their professional studies, on 
the 27th of April, 1875, the faculty established what is known as the 
Post Graduate Course. Certificates of proficiency are now granted by 
the Faculty to graduates in medicine who subsequently attend this 
course and pass a satisfactory examination. The Post-Graduate Fac- 
ulty consists of Professors Roosa, Hammond, Stephen Smith, Gouley, 
Fallen, and Piffard. Professor Charles A. Budd resigned the Professor- 
ship of Obstetrics on the 23d of June, 1876, and was elected Professor 
Emeritus. In October, 1876, a system of daily examinations by the 
members of the faculty was instituted. These examinations are upon 
the subjects of the lectures, and are without fee. Dr. J. W. Wright 
was elected Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Chil- 
dren on the 29th of December, 1876. On the same day, Dr. A. E. 
Macdonald was made Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. The old 
college building was at the same meeting sold to the Training School 
for Nurses. This and other changes have made Twenty-Sixth Street 
more than ever the medical quarter of New York. It is probable 
that it will continue to enjoy this distinction for years to come. 

In 1877 a step forward in medical education was made in the ar- 
rangement perfected by the faculty, through which students may pass 
the examinations in anatomy, physiology, and chemistry at the begin- 



l8 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

ning of their third year of study. On the 14th of May, 1878, Dr. 
Lewis A. Stinison was appointed Professor of Pathological Anatomy, 
and a pathological laboratory was established. 

In May, 1877, Professor Budd died : in February, 1878, the ven- 
erable Martyn Paine passed away; and in June, 1879, Pi'ofessor 
Darby also died. 

Professor Wright was elected to the chair of Surgery in the same 
month, and Professor William M. Polk, of Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College was made Professor of Obstetrics to fill the vacancy caused by 
the transference of Professor Wright to the Chair of Surgery. Professor 
Joseph W. Howe resigned the Chair of Clinical Surgery in June, 1879, 
and Professor James L. Little, of the College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons and the University of Vermont, was appointed to fill his place. 
The medical department of the University was not established with- 
out an earnest effort, and from the outbreak of the civi! war in our 
country down to 1873, when Dr. Pardee became the Executive Officer, 
the college passed through a struggle for existence. The Southern 
students who formed about half of the matriculants, were, of course, 
cut oft' with the war, and when it ended there was a new and vigorous 
rival in the field in the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. Besides, 
the college building was burned ; Professors Van Buren, Metcalfe, 
Bedford, and Dr. Thomas had resigned ; the new college was illy 
adapted for its purposes. The classes continued to be small, but with 
the new college and even before it, through the exertions of the fac- 
ulty and the unconquerable perseverance of the Dean, they began to 
increase until, in 1879, ^^^^ ^f the largest medical classes ever gradu- 
ated in America (204) received their diplomas from Chancellor Crosby. 
The number of graduates to the present time is 3,887. 
At the beginning of their enterprise, in 1841, the Faculty having a 
heavy burden of expenses, and wishing to serve the interests of the pub- 
lic as far as possible, resolved on applying to the Legislature for pecu- 
niary aid. Accordingly they prevailed upon Professor Paine to present 
himself before the Legislature, in the winter of 1844, with a petition to 
that effect. The application was wery strenuously opposed, especially 
by influences brought to operate upon the Legislature. It was there- 
fore the tedious labor of two months on the part of Professor Paine to 
accomplish a successful result, and this the more so as the grant re- 
quired a vote of two-thirds of all the members elected. Nevertheless 
the bill was passed on the 6th of May, 1844, granting the sum of 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. I9 

»$3.ooo annually for five years, or longer. B}^ an alteration, however, 
of the Constitution of the State, affecting all legislative grants, the 
College enjoyed the gratuity for only three years. 

Another incident of far greater interest in the history of the Medical 
Department of the University is worthy of a more circumstantial 
record. The Faculty had an earnest desire to obtain from the Legis- 
lature an act legalizing the study of anatomy, as it was then a State 
prison offence to dissect any part of the human body for anatomical 
purposes, and upon this subject we derive our information from a 
biographical sketch of Professor Paine, by Samuel W. Francis, M.D., 
as embraced in his work entitled Biographical Sketches of Dis- 
tinguished Living New York Physicians, 1866: 

" Up to the year 1854 a stringent law was in force against any dis- 
section of the human body in the State of New York. A person caught 
in the act was liable to hard labor in the State prison. Besides, the 
sympathies of the poorer classes were often exercised at the mere 
thought of such a deed, and one or two occasions were the source of 
riot, bloodshed, and threatening of the life of any medical man. The 
' Doctors' Mob ' was brought about by the exhibition of only one limb 
and much talk. 

" Many applications had been made to the legislature, but with no> 
success. Prejudice seemed immovable. 

" About this time Dr. Paine was earnestly requested by his colleague 
professors of the University Medical College to appeal in person to 
the Legislature, and bring about a repeal of the law that kept down 
scientific investigation. The following official correspondence, being 
historical in a medical point of view, is eminently worthy of permanent 
record, besides explaining many facts not generally known. 

' June 4, 1853. 
Dr. Martyn Paine — Dear Doctor: At the Faculty meeting, yesterday, a 
resolution was passed unanimously, requesting you, if you can do so conveniently, 
to go to Albany and endeavor to effect the passage of the anatomical bill. It vtas 
the opinion of the Faculty, that if you would make the attempt you would certainly 
succeed. 

Yours truly, 

John W. Draper, President."^ 

*' To this application Dr. Paine sent an unqualified refusal, stating, 
among other reasons, the apparently insuperable prejudices against 



20 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

dissections of the human body. In tlie fall the Doctor received another 
official letter, of which the following is a copy : 

'University Medical Department, 

November 3, 1 85 3. 
My Dear Sir : The Faculty, at their la?t meeting, resolved that it is expe- 
dient for them to endeavor to have practical anatomy legalized at the ensuing ses- 
sion of the Legislature ; and they, moreover, directed me to address to you an 
urgent letter, with a view of inducing you to reconsider your intention of not going 
to the Legislature this winter ; for they feel that you would with certainty succeed 
in carrying this important measure, if you will consent to undertake the mission. 
May I, therefore, hope that you will gratify your colleagues in this particular, and 
have the pleasure of giving them information to that effect ? 

Yours truly, 

John W. Draper, President.'' 

"This second and strong appeal ])roduced the desired effect ; and 
though Dr. Paine saw great personal sacrifices of time and labor under 
many painful circumstances, and in direct opposition to the popular 
feeling, he consented, and forthwith entered with zeal upon his new 
diplomatic mission. The bill met with little delay in ihe Senate, but 
was most violently opposed in the House of Assembly, and its ultimate 
success was chiefly due to the personal exi)lanation made by Dr. Paine 
during private interviews with those in power, which he kept up with 
abiding hope till nearly every member of the Legislature became fami- 
liar with the nature of the subject. As the passage of die bill required 
the votes of two-thirds of all those elected to the Legislature, it con- 
tinued to occupy public attention for three months before Dr. Paine 
ventured to put the bill to the final test. The requisite number of 
votes could only be secured by making it a special order for a future 
day. 

" But the end of the labor had not yet come. Four opposing mem- 
bers promised Dr. Paine to withdraw their negatives sliould it be neces- 
sary for the passage of the bill. The Clerk of the House agreed to 
continue calling the absentees so long as any one might answer to his 
name, and great interest was exhibited on both sides. A bright pros- 
pect seemed to shed its rays, but at the time of final voting a fierce 
opposition arose, and continuous argument was kept up, with a view 
to consume the time allotted to this matter. This, however, was 
brought to a close, and the ' bone bill,' as it was maliciously desig- 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 2 1 

nated, was put to the vote. At the first roll-call there were wantmg 
four affirmative votes, but when the absentees were called two of these 
responded. A third call brought to light a third affirmative man. And 
now suspense was painful, for by the temporary absence of this last 
affirmative the bill might be lost, and the winter's labor become as 
naught. The M'aithful Clerk' pronounced the names of the absentees 
once more, when three affirmatives came forward according to prom- 
ise, and this all-important bill, for the benefit of medical science, be- 
came a law by the assistance of two additional and extra votes — 67 
yeas and 43 nays. In the Senate the final vote was 23 yeas to 3 nays. 
The principal causes of this formidable opposition were local preju- 
dices and a lobby influence which rejects any advancement for the 
melioration of mankind, until a very Midas lends his golden touch. 
Even at this time the Board of Councilmen of the city of New York 
presented a printed protest, in which they urged '///<? Representatives 
in the Legislature to oppose by every meafts the passage of any bill 
legalizing dissection of dead bodies.' Irish and German emigrant 
societies forvvarded strenuous remonstrances, and printed denuncia- 
tions of the bill were circulated throughout the city of Albany, signed 
by individuals of certain power. Yet when the bill became a law it 
met with entire acquiescence." 

To accomplish the passage of the bill by either House it became 
necessary for Professor Paine not only to have personal interviews with 
all the members both of the Senate and House of Assembly, but so 
great was the opposition in the House of Assembly that he found it 
necessary to be present during the entire session of each day for nearly 
three months, lest the bill should be suddenly sprung upon the house 
and defeated. In an article which appeared in the New York Courier 
and Inquirer of March 31, 1854, it is said that — 

"After more casualties and accidents than would suffice for the woful 
ward of Guy's Hospital, the Dissection Bill accomplished a passage 
in the House of Assembly. It is chiefly owing to the perseverance, 
and I cannot forbear adding, the impressive appearance of Dr. Paine, 
who has vvatched over it as a physician might over the sick bed of his 
most responsible patient." 

This important but thankless enterprise was undertaken gratui- 
tously by Dr. Paine, and at a great sacrifice of time and of personal 
convenience and feeling. The bill was most ably advocated in the 
House of Assembly by the Hon. F. A. Conkling, of New York ; the 



2 2 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

Hon. S. V. R. Alalloiy, of Ontario ; the Hon. Wm. H. Wood, of Cat- 
taraugus, ?nd the Hon. Mr. Germain, of Erie, whose speeches were 
published. 

The future of the College seems now better assured than ever 
before. It is hoped that ever)' year will show advances in its methods 
of instruction and in the arrangement of its curriculum, which will 
continue it in the position so fairly earned, of one of the promoters of 
the highest grades of medical science. To this end, the hearty and 
active co-operation of every alumnus is necessary, and will no doubt 
be given. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

ELECTED IN 1838. 



MARTYN PAINE, M.D., 

Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine. 

JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER, M.D., 

Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES A. LEE, M.D, 

Professor of Materia Medica, Pharmacy, and Medical Jurisprudence. 

ALFRED CHARLES POST, M.D., 

Professor of Anatomy. 

GUNNING S. BEDFORD, M.D., 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. 

AUGUSTUS SIDNEY DOANE, M.D., 

Professor of Physiology. 



Associate IJrofessors. 
CALEB S. TICKNOR, M.D., 

Professor of Hygiene. 

JOHN C. BEALES, M.D., 

I! Professor of Operative Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. ] 

JOHN WATSON, M.D., 

Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

J. A. McVICKAR, M.D., 

Professor of Clinical Midwifery. 

JAMES A. WASHINGTON, M.D., 

Professor of Clinical Medicine. 



With the exception of Professor Draper, who was not in the City, the faculty, as stated in our 
historical sketch of the College, resolved unanimously to dissolve their connection with the University, 
which was carried into effect on the eleventh day of January, 1839. 



OFFICERS 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 



CljanccUors. 

FROM TO 

1831 JAMES M. MATHEWS, D.D., 1839 

Died 1871. 

1839 THEODORE FRELTNGHUYSEN, LL.D. 1850 

N. J. Coll., A.B., A.M. Senator of the United States from N. J., Prest. 
Rutgers Coll., N. J. Died April 12, 1862, att. 75. 

1852 ISAAC FERRIS, D.D., LL.D. 1870 

A^ew York City. 
Emeritus Chancellor from 1870 to date of death. 

1870 HOWARD CROSBY, D.D., LL.D. 

New York City. 



|Jr£Sttr^nt0. 



1841 VALENTINE MOTT, M.D., LL.D., 1850 

Prof. Surg, in Columbia Coll., 1811 ; Prof, in Rutgers Med. Coll. ; Prof. Op. 
Surg, and Path. Anat. in Coll. Phys. and Surgeons ; Prof. Surg, in Med. Dept. 
Univ. City of N. Y. from 1841 to 1850 ; Emeritus Prof, from 1852 to 1865 ; Surg. 
to N. Y. Hosp. ; Prest. N. Y. Acad. Med. Died in New York, April 26, 1865, 
at. 79. 



26 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

FROM TO 

1850 JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 1873 

New York City. 

Univ. of Pa., 1836, M.D. Prof, of Chem. Phys, and Nat. Philosophy in 
Hampden Sidney Coll., Va. Prof, of Chemistry from 1841 to 1865 ; and of 
Phys. from 1850 to 1867, in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. ; Prest. of the Coll. 
Author of '• Text-Book on Chemistry ; " " Text-Book on Natural Philosophy ;" 
" Treatise on the Forms that produce the Organization of Plants ; " "Treatise 
on Physiology;" "History of the Intellectual Development of Europe;" 
"Thoughts on the Civil Policy of America ; " "History of the Rebellion." 
Emeritus Professor in Univ. Med. Coll. ; Prof, of Chem. and Nat. Hist, in 
Univ. City of N. Y. 



873 ALFRED CHARLES POST, M.D, LL.D., 

New York City. 

Columbia Coll., 1822, A.B. ; Coll. of Phys. and Surgeons, 1827, M.D. ; Univ. 
City of N. Y., 1872, LL.D. ; Prosector to Prof. Surg, about 1831 ; and Demr. 
Anat. from 183 1 to 1834 in Coll. Phys. and Surgeons. Prof, of Ophthalmology, 
1843 ; and of Genl. Surg., 1844, in Castleton (Vt.) Med. Coll. Prof. Surg, in 
Med. Dep. Univ. Cit>^ of N. Y. from 1851 to 1875 ; Surg, for Ear Disp. in N. Y. 
Eye Inf. about 1833-4 ; Attg. Surg, to N. Y. Hosp. from 1836 to 1853. Consult- 
ing Surg, to N. Y. Hosp. since 1853 ; to St. Luke's Hosp. since its foundation, 
and to the Presbyterian Hosp. Cor. Mem. Gynaecological Soc. of Boston ; and 
Konigliche Mediziniseh-Chirurgische Gesellschaft, of Berlin. Vice-Prest. of 
N. Y, Acad. Med. 6 years ; Prest. 1867-8. 



1874 CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE, M.D. 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., i860, M.D. 



Principles, Practice, and Operations of Surgery. 

VALENTINE MOTT, M.D., LL.D., 18.50 

Prest. of the Coll. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 2"] 

FROM TO 

1850 SAMUEL D. GROSS, M.D., 185 1 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Prof. Surg, in Ohio Med. Coll. ; in Med. Dept. Louisville Univ. ; Prof. Surg, 
in Jefferson Med. Coll. 

1851 ALFRED CHARLES POST, M.D., LL.D., 1875 

Prest. of the Coll. 

1875 JOHN THOMSON DARBY, M.D., 1879 

M. D. Univ. of Pa. ; Interne in St. Joseph and Philadelphia Hospitals, Pa. : 
Surg. C. S. A. from 1861 to 1865 ; Surg. Prussian army, 1866 ; Prof, of Surg, 
and Anat. in Univ. of S. C. ; Prof. Surg. Anat., 1873, and Prof, of Surg, in 
Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. V., 1875 to 1879. Died in N. V. City, June, 1879, 
act. 42. 

1879 JOEL WILLISTON WRIGHT, M.D., 

New York Citv. 
M.D. Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 1866. Surg, in Northern Disp., N. Y., 
1868-71. Dem. of Anat., 1872-73, and Lecturer on Minor Surg., 1873 to 1875, 
in Woman's Coll. of N. Y. Infirmary. Lecturer on Minor Surgery, etc., 1875- 
76. Lecturer on Obstetrics, 1876. Prof, of Obt. 1876 to 1879 and Prof, of Surg., 
1879, in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. 



Theory and Practice of Medicine. 
1841 JOHN REVERE, M.D., 1847 

Harvard Univ. M.D. Prof. Practice of Medicine in Jeff. Med. Coll., Phila. 
Died April 29, 1847, set. 59. 



847 SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M.D., 1850 

Yale Coll., 1814, A.B. ; Univ. of Pa., 1819, M.D. Prof. Inst, and Pract. Med. 
in Med. Coll. of S. C. from 1824 to 1847. Prof. Inst, and Pract. Med. in Jeff. 
Med. Coll., 1858. Died in Philadelphia, March 31, 1872, set. 73. 



Institutes and Practice of Medicine. 
1850 ELISHA BARTLETT, M.D., 185 

Brown Univ. A.B. Prof, of Practice of Med. in Berkshire Med. Coll. ; Prof, 
in Dartmouth Coll. ; Prof. Med. Dept. Univ. of Louisville ; Prof. Med. DepL 
Univ. of Maryland ; Prof. Mat. Med. and Med. Jurisprudence in Coll. Phys. 
and Surgeons, N, Y. Died July 9, 1855, aet. 51. 



28 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

FROM TO 

185 1 MEREDITH CLYMER, M.D., 1853 

New York City. 

Univ. of Pa., 1837, M.D. ; Phys. to Phila. Disp., 1837-8-9 ; Phys. to Pa. Inst. 
for the Blind, 1842-4 ; Lecturer on the Inst's and Pract. of Med. in Med. Dept., 
Univ. of Pa., 1843 ; Fellow of Phila. Coll. of Phys., 1843 ; Attg. Phys. to Phila. 
Hosp., 1843 ; Phys. to St. Joseph's Orphan Asy., 1842 ; Prof, of Principles and 
Pract. of Med. in Franklin Med. Coll. of Phila., 1846 ; Con. Phys. to Phila. 
Hosp. from 1846 to 1851 ; Prof, of Theorj- and Pract. of Med. in Hampden Sid- 
ney Coll., Richmond, Va. ; Prof, of Inst's and Practice of Med. in Med. Dept. 
Univ. Cir>' of N. Y., 1851 ; Prof, of Dis. of the Nervous System and of the 
Mind in Albany Med. Coll., 1870. Founder and Editor of the "Medical E.x- 
aminer," Phila., 1S38-44 ; Ed. Carpenter's Human Phys. 3 editions, i843-'69 ; 
Ed. Williams' Princ. of Med, — 3 editions, 1843-47-53. 

1853 JOHN A. SWETT, M.D., 1854 

Harvard Univ..M.D. Died, September 18, 1854, set. 46. 

1854 JOHN THOMAS METCALFE, M.D., 1866 

New York City. 

U. S. Military' Acad., Jul}', 1838. — 2d Lieut. Resigned May 31, 1840. Univ. 
of Pa., 1843, M.D. Attg. Phys. to Bell. Hosp. from 1S47 to 1859; to N. Y. 
Hosp. for Lying-in Women from 1850 to i860 ; to N. Y. City Hosp., 1857. Con- 
sulting Phys. to Bell. Hosp. since 1859 ; to N. Y. Deaf and Dumb Inst, since 
1851 ; to St. Luke's Hosp. since 1853 ; to Child's Nursery and Hosp. from 1855 
to i860 ; to Stranger's ami Roosevelt Hospitals ; to the N. Y. Inst, for Ruptured 
and Crippled, and to the Orthop. Di.sp. N. Y. Prof. Inst, and Pract. Med. in 
Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. from 1S54 to 1866. Prof, of Clinical Med. in 
Coll. Phys. and Surg, since 1866. 

1867 ALFRED LEBBEUS LOOMIS, M.D., 

New York City. 

Union Coll. A.B., A.M. : Coll. Phys. and Surgeons, 1853, M.D. Attg. Phys. 
to Northern Disp. 4 years ; Attg. Phys. to Demilt Disp. 5 years ; Visiting Phys. 
to Bell. Hosp. since i860, and to Charity Ho.sp. from 1S60 to 1875. Con. Phys. 
to Dept. Out-Door Poor, Bell. Hosp. Adjunct Prof. 2 years, and Prof, of 
Theory' and Pract. Med. in Med. Dept. Univ. Cit>' of New York since 1S67. 
Prest. N. Y. Path Soc. ; Lecturer on Phys. Diag. in Coll. Phys. and Surg. 



Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica. 
1841 MARTYN PAINE, A.M., M.D., LL.D., 1850 

Prof. Mat. Med. and Therapeutics. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 29 



Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 



TO 



850 MARTYN PAINE, A.M., M.D., LL.D., i867 

Ne%u York City. 

Prof, in Med. Dept. Univ. City of New York. Author of the "Institutes of 
Medicine," " Medical and Physiological Commentaries," "A Treatise on the 
Soul and Instinct," "Therapeutics and Materia Medica," " Physiology of the 
Soul and Instinct, as distinguished from Materialism," etc., etc. Cor. Member 
of the Royal Verein fiir Heilkunde in Preussen, and of the Royal Medico-Chi- 
rurgical Academy of Turin. Cor. Member of the Gesellschaft fiir Natur und 
Heilkunde zu Dresden ; Member of the Med. Society of Leipsic, and of the 
Medical .Society of Sweden ; Hon. Member of the Imperial Univ. Physico-Medi- 
cal Soc. of Moscow ; Foreign Member of the Med. Soc. of Norway ; of the 
Montreal Nat. History Soc. ; and of many other learned societies. Died in 
New York City, November lo, 1877, aet. 83. 



1867 WILLIAM HANNA THOMSON, M.D., 

New York City. 

Wabash Coll., 1850, A.B. 1857, A.IM. ; Yale Coll., 1862, A.M. ; Albany Med. 
Coll., 1859, M.D. Sen. Asst. Phys. Quarantine Hosp., N. Y., 1859. U. S. 
Med. Insp. from 1861 to 1865. Phys, to Charity Hosp. since 1868. Prof, Mat. 
Med, and Therap. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of New York since 1867. 



Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. 
1841 GUNNING S. BEDFORD, M.D., 1864 

Mount St, Mary's College, 1825. A. P.. ; Rutgers Med. Coll., M.D, Prof, in 
Med. Coll, of S. C, and in Albany Med, Coll, Died in New York City Sept. 
"5, 1870, set, 64. 

1864 CHARLES |\. BUDD, M.D., 1876 

Med. Dept. Univ, City of N. Y., 1852, M.D. Died May 17, 1877. 

1876 JOEL WILLISTON WRIGHT, M.D. 1879 

Prof, of Surg, in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y, 



1879 WILLIAM MECKLENBURG POLK, M.D,, 

M. D. Coll. Phys. and Surg,, N. Y,, 1869 ; Prof of Therapeutics and Clinical 
Medicine in Bell. Hasp. Med. Coll., 1878 ; Prof, of Obts. and Diseases of Women 
and Children in Med, Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1879; Phys. to Bell, Hosp. 
since 1874. 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



General and Descriptive Anatomy. 



TO 



1841 GRANVILLE SHARPE PATTISON, M.D, 1851 

Prof. Anat. in Univ. of London ; Prof. Anat. in Med. Dept. Univ. of Mary- 
land ; Prof. Anat. in Jefferson Med. Coll. Phila. Died in office, Nov. 12, 
1851, aet. 60. 

1852 WILLIAM HOLME VAN BUREN,M.D., 1866 

New York City. 

Yale Coll. A. M. : Univ. of Pa. 1S40, M. D. Asst. Surg. U. S. A. from June, 
1840 to Jan. I, 1846. Vis. Surgeon to N. Y. Hosp. from 1852 to 1868 ; Surg. 

to Bell. Hosp, from 1847 to . Vis. and Con. Surg, to St. Vincent's Hosp. 

since its foundation. Con. Surg, to N. Y. Hosp. and to Bell, and Charity- 
Hospitals. Member Ex. Com. San. Commission during the War. Prof. Anat. 
in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. from 1852 to 1866. Prof Princ. of Surg., 
etc., in Bell. Hosp. Med. Coll. Vice-prest. N. Y. Acad. Med. ; Prest. Pathologi- 
cal Soc. N. Y. 



1866 WM. DARLING, A.M., M.D., LL.D., F.R.C.S., 

New York City. 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of New York, 1842, M. D. ; Prosector to Prof, of 
Surg. 1842 to 1845 ; Dem'r Anat. from 1845 to 1853 ; Acting Prof. Anat. 
1851-2 ; Prof. Anat. since 1866, in Med. Dept., Univ. City of N. Y. Sen. 
Asst. Phys. in Quarantine Hosp. N. Y., 1853 to 1855. Sen. Asst. Surg. 
Emigrants' Hospital, N. Y., 1855-6. Univ. City of New York, 1862, A.M. ; 
M.R.C.S. Eng., 1856. F.R.C.S. of Eng., by Examination, 1866. Sen. Member 
Medico-Chirur. Coll. of Phila., 1850. Acting Prof. Anat. in Univ. of Vt. 
since 1871. Censor N. Y. Coll. of Vet. Surg. 



Physiology. 
1850 JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER, M.D., LL.D., 1867 

Prest. Univ. Med. Coll. 



1867 HENRY DRAPER, M.D., 1873 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y,, 1858, M. D. 

1874 JOHN WM. SCHMIDT ARNOLD, A.M., M.D. 

New York City. 

Columbia Coll., A.B., 1868; A.M., 1871 ; M.D. Bell. Hosp. Med. Coll., 
1871 ; Curator to Bell. Hosp. and the N. Y. City Asylum for the Insane ; Prof. 
of Phys. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. since 1874. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 3 1 



Chemistry. 

FROM TO 

1841 JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER, M.D., LL.D. 1865 

Pres. Univ. Med. Coll. 

1865 JOHN C. DRAPER, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1857, M. D. 



Otology. 
874 CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., i860, M. D. 



|3rofessors not of tijc ©outrnincj i'acultg. 

Clinical Surgery and Diseases Genito-Urinary Organs, 
1851 WILLIAM HOLME VAN BUREN, M.D., 1852 

Prof. Anat. in Univ, Med. Coll. 

1866 JOHN WILLIAM SEVERIN GOULEY, M.D. 1871 

New York City. 

Coll. Phys. and Surgeons, 1853, M. D. House Surg, in Bell. Hosp. 1853-4. 
Curator of Museum in Bell. Hosp., from 1855 to 1S59. Asst. Demr. Anat. 
from 1854 to 1857; and Dem. Anat. 185910 1861; in Med. Dept. Univ. City 
of N. Y. Demr. Anat. 1855, and Prof. Anat. 1856, in Vermont Med. Coll. 
Attg. Surg, to Bell. Hosp. since 1859, and to St. Vincent's Hosp. from 1S63 
to 1868. Asst. Surg. U. S. A. from i86r to 1864. Surg, in charge U. S. A. 
Gen. Hosp. Cent. Park, N. Y., 1863-4. Adjunct Prof. Anat. from 1864 to 1866 ; 
and Prof, Clin. Surgery and Dis. Genito-Urinary Organs, from 1867 to 1S71, 
in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. 

1876 JOHN WILLIAM SEVERIN GOULEY, M.D. , 

Reappointed. 

Clinical Surgery. 
1872 HENRY STUART HEWIT, M.D., 1873 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1847, M. D. 



32 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

FROM TO 

1872 JOSEPH W. HOWE, M.D., 1879 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1866, M. D. 

1875 ERSKINE MASON, M.D., 1876 

Adj. Prof, of Surg. 

1879 JAMES LAWRENCE LITTLE, M.D., 

A^eiu York City. 

Grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg., i860 ; Junior Assistant to Bell. Hosp., 1859 ; 
House Staff N. Y. Hosp., 1860-1862 ; Surg, in charge of Park Barracks, 1062 ; 
Lecturer in Spring Course, Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1864 ; Lecturer on Operative 
Surgery and Surgical Dressings, Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1&68-79 ; Attending 
Surg, to Northeastern Dispensary', 1863 ; Attending Surg, to Northern Dis- 
pensary, 1864 ; Surg, to Northwestern Dispensarj*, 1863 ; Consulting Surg, to 
Northwestern Dispensary since 1865 ; Attending Surg, to St. Luke's Hosp., 
1868-78 ; Attending Surg, to St. Vincent's Hosp. since 1876 ; Consulting Surg, 
to St. Luke's Hosp. since 1878 ; Prof, of Surg. Med. Dept. Univ. of Vermont, 
1875 ; Clinical Prof, of Surg. Med. Dept. of Univ. City of N. Y., 1879. 



Surgical Pathology. 
1874 FANEUIL DUNKIN WEISSE, M.D., 1876 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1864, M. D. 



Orthopedic Surgery. 
[874 STEPHEN SMITH, M.D., 

Neio York City. 

M. D. Coll. Phys. and Surg. N. Y., 1850; Res. Phys. in Bell. Hosp. ; Prof, 
of Surg, from 1861 to 1865 ; Prof, of Anat., 1865, in Bell. Hosp. Med. Coll. ; 
Prof, of Orthopaedic Surg, in IMed. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. since 1874 ; Visit- 
ing Surg, to Bell. Hosp. since 1854. 



Ophthalmology. 
1874 DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D. 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., i860, M.D. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. ;^^ 



Pathological Anatomy. 

FROM TO 

1852 THOMAS MASTERS MARKOE, M.D., 1854 

JVew York City. 

Princeton Coll., 1837, A.B. Coll. Phys. and Surgeons, 1841, M.D. Surg, to 
New York, Bellevue, and Roosevelt Hospitals. Consulting Surg, to Jews', 
Stranger's, Nursery and Child's, and to State Woman's Hospital. Prof, of 
Path. Anat. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1852-3-4. Prof. Surg, in Coll. 
Phys. and Surgeons. 

1856 THOMAS C. FINNELL, M.D., 1858 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1849, M.D. 

1871 EDWARD G JANEWAY, A.B., A.M., 1872 

New York City. 

Coll. Phys. and Surgeons, 1864, M.D. Curator to Bell. Hosp. since 1866. 
Visiting Phys. to Charity Hosp. from June, 1868, to Aug., 1871. Vis. Phys. to 
Hop. for Epileptics and Paralytics, B. I., since May, 1871. Visiting Phys. to 
Bell. Hosp. since July, 1871. Prof. Physiological , and Pathological Anat. in 
Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., from March, 1871, to Feb., 1872. Prof, of 
Physiological and Path. Anat. in Bell. Hosp. Med. Coll. 



1872 J. W. S. ARNOLD, M.D., 1874 

New York City. 
Prof, of Phys. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. 

1878 LEWIS A. STIMSON, M.D., 

New York City. 



Surgical Anatomy. 
874 JOHN T. DARBY, M.D., 1875 

Prof, of Surg, in Univ. 



Practical and Surgical Anatomy. 
1876 FANEUIL DUNKIN WEISSE, M.D. 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1864, M.D. 
3 



34 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System. 

FKOM TO 

1874 WILLIAM ALEXANDER HAMMOND, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1848, M.D. 

Diseases of Children. 
1867 ABRAHAM JACOBI, M.D, 1870 

New York City. 

Prof. Dis. of Children in N. Y. Med. Coll., 1861 ; in the Med. Dcpt. Univ. 
City of N. Y., 1867 ; in Coll. of Phys. and Surgeons, 1870. Phys. to German 
Disp. and Hosp. since 1858 ; toMt. Sinai Hosp. since i85o; to Hebrew Orphan 
Asy. since 1868 ; to Infant Hosp., Randall's Island, since 1S68, and to the 
Sheltering Arms, from 1870 to 1872. Con. Phys. to N. E. Disp., and the West- 
ern Disp. for Women and Children. Prest. of N. Y. Obstetrical and N. Y. 
Path'l Societies ; Prest. of Med. Soc. of Co. of N. Y. Foreign Mem. of Obt. 
Soc. of Berhn, and of Med. Soc. ofWiirzburg. 

Diseases of Women and Children. 
1870 FREDERICK DIVOUX LENTE, M.D., 1871 

Cold Spring, N. Y. 
Med. Dept. Univ. CityofN. Y., 1849, M.D. 

1872 JOSEPH KAMMERER, M.D, 1875 

New York City. 

Phys. to Germ. Hosp. and Disp. since 1858. Consulting Phys. to St. Fran- 
ciscus Hosp., 1872. Prof, of Dis. of Women and Children in Med. Dept. 
Univ. CityofN. Y., 1872. Died in N. Y. City. 

Gynaecology. 

1875 MONTROSE ANDERSON FALLEN, M.D., 

Nezu York City. 

St. Louis Med. Coll., 1856, M.D. McGill Med. Coll., 1864, M.D. hon. In- 
structor of Surgery and Lee. on Ophthalmology, St. Louis Med. Coll., 1857-58, 
Prof. Gynaecology, Humboldt Med. Coll., 1866-67. Adj. Prof. Obt., etc., St. 
Louis Med. Coll., 1867-68. Prof. Gynaecology, Coll. P. and S., St. Louis, 
1868-70. Prof. Anat., Missouri Med. Coll., 1871-73, 

Physical Diagnosis and Diseases of the Chest. 
1852 JOHN THOMAS METCALFE, M.D,. 1854 

Prof. Inst, and Pract. of Med. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 35 

Hygiene and Toxicology. 

FROM TO 

1852 BENJAMIN W. McCREADY, M.D., 1853 

New York City. 
Phys. to Bellevue Hosp. ; Prof. Mat. Med. in Bell. Hosp. Med. Coll. 



Diseases of the Skin. 
1853 HENRY D. BULKLEY, M.D., 1853 

Yale Coll., A.B., A.M. Died in New York City, Jan. 4, 1872, aet. 67. 



Medical Jurisprudence. 
1852 CHARLES A. LEE, M.D., 1853 

Died at Peekskill, N. Y., 1871. 

1859 HON. JOHN H. ANTHON, A.M., 1861 

Deceased. 

1876 ALEXANDER EDWARD MACDONALD, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1870. 



Laryngology and Diseases of the Throat. 

1874 LOUIS ELSBERG, M.D., 

New York City. 

Jefferson Med. Coll., M. D., 1857. Visiting Phys. to Eastern and Nv W. Dis- 
pensariesv Visiting Phys. to Jews' and Charity Hospitals. 

Dermatology. 

1875 HENRY G. PIFFARD, M.D., 

New York City. 

M. D. Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 1864. House-Surg. Bell, and Charily 
Hospitals, 1864-65. Lect. Urinary Analysis Univ. Med. Coll., 1873. Surg. 71st 
Reg. N. G., S. N. Y., 1867-68. Surg, to Charity Hosp. since 1871. Con» 
Surg, to Sti Elizabeth's Hosp. since 1877. 



^6 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

Clinical |)rofcgsnrs. 

Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

FROM TO 

1866 DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D., 1874 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., i860, M. D. 

Dermatology. 

1867 FANEUIL DUNKIN WEISSE, M.D., 1875 

New York City. 
Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y,, 1864, M. D. 

1874 HENRY G. PIFFARD, M.D., 1875 

Professor of Dermatology. 

Diseases of Mind and Nervous System. 
1869 GONZALES ECHEVERRIA, M.D., 1871 

Res. Phys. in New Lunatic Asy., Ward'.s Island, 1871. 

Diseases of the Throat. 

1868 LOUIS ELSBERG, M.D., ' 1874 

Prof, of Laryngology, etc. 



^Itijunct |)r0fcss0r0» 

Institutes and Practice of Medicine. 
1864 ALFRED L. LOOMIS, 1867 

Prof since 1866. 

Anatomy. 
1864 JOHN WILLIAM SEVERIN GOULEY, M.D. 1866 

Prof. Clin. Surg, and Dis. Genilo-Urinar>^ Organs, 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, 2>7 



Surgery. 

FROM TO 

1871 ERSKINE MASON, M.D., 1875 

New York City. 

Columbia Coll., 1857, A.B., i860, A.M. Coll. Phys. and Surg., i860, M. D. 
Asst. Demonstrator of Anat., 1861 ; Demr. Anat. in Coll. Phys. and Surgeons. 
Clinical Asst. and Asst. Surg, in N. Y. Eye and Ear Infirmary. Surgeon to 
Demilt Disp. and to Charity and Roosevelt Hospitals. Consulting Surg, to Col- 
ored Home Hosp. Adjunct Prof. Surg, in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y, 



Obstetrics. 
1872 WALTER ROBARTS GILLETTE, M.D., 1876 

New York City. 

Madison Univ., 1861, A.B. Coll, Phys. and Surgeons, 1863, M. D. Surg, to 
P. O. Dept., N. Y., 1S64. House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., 1863-4. Attg. Phys. 
Northern Disp. from 1S65 to 1867. Attg. Phys. to Demilt Disp. since 1866. 
Lecturer on Venereal Dis. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. since 1867 ; Ad- 
junct Prof. Obst. in same. 



Physiology. 
me HENRY DRAPER. M.D., 1867 

Prof, of Phys. 



Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 
1873 CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., 1874 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., i860, M. D. 



Chemistry. 
1874 WILLIAM STRATFORD, M.D., 1876 

Med. DepL Univ. City of N. Y., 1870, M. D. 



Anatomy. 
1879 AMBROSE L. RANNEY, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1871, M. D- 



38 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



dissociate IJrofessors. 

Chemistry and Physiology. 

FROM TO 

1876 RUDOLF AUGUST WITTHAUS, M.D., 1877 

Med. DepL Univ. City of N. Y., 1875, M. D. 



Ii)emDnstrat0rs 0f ^natontg* 

1841 JOHN H. WHITTAKER, M.D., 1845 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1842, M.D. 

1845 WILLIAM DARLING, M.D., 1853 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1842, M. D. 

1853 CHARLES E. ISAACS, M.D., 1858 

Univ. of Maryland, M. D. ; Asst. Surg. U. S. A. ; Surg, to Brooklyn City Hosp. 
Died June i6, r86o, set. 48. 

1858 THOMAS CONSTANTINE FINNELL, M.D., 1859 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1849, M. D. 

1859 JOHN WILLIAM SEVERIN GOULEY, M.D., 1861 

Prof. Dis. Genito-Urinary System in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. 

1861 WILLIAM RICE DONAGHE, M.D., 1864 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1852, M. D. 

1864 J. W. S. GOULEY, M.D., 1866 

Prof. Dis. Genito-Urinary System, Univ. 

1866 JAMES F. FEELEY, M.D., 1873 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1866, M. D. 

1873 JOSEPH E. WINTERS, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1872. M. D. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 39 



KniDersitg Cectutfts* 

Surgery. 

FROM TO 

1854 JOHN H. HINTON, M.D., 

New York City. 
Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1852, M.D. 

1856 GEORGE A. PETERS, M.D., 

New York City. 
Coll. Phys. and Surgeons, 1846, M.D. 

1864 BENJAMIN HOWARD, A.M., M.D., 

New York City. 

House Surg, in Mt. Sinai Hosp., N. Y. ; Asst. Surg. U. S. A. from 1861 to 
1865. Prof. Clinical and Operative Surg, and Surg, to L. I. Coll. Hosp. ; Prof. 
Surg, and Dis. Gcnito-Urinary Organs in Med. Dep. Univ. of Vermont 



Clinical Surgery. 
1868 JOSEPH W. HOWE, M.D., 1872 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1866, M.D. 

1868 HENRY STUART HEWIT, M.D., 1872 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1847, M.D. 

Venereal Diseases. 
1868 WALTER R. GILLETTE, M.D., 1872 

Adjunct Prof. Obt. 

1874 FREDERICK R. STURGIS, M.D., 

M. D. Harvard, 1867. Visit. Surg, to Charity Hosp. Surg, to N. Y. Disp. 

Diseases of the Kidney. 
1868 WILLIAM BEALE LEWIS, M.D., 1874 

Med. DepL Univ. City of N. Y., 1865, M. D. Died June 16, 1874. 



40 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Medical Jurisprudence. 

FROM TO 

1874 ALEX. EDWARD MACDONALD, M.D., 

Univ. City of N. Y., Med. Dept., 1870. 



Minor Surgery, etc. 

1875 J. WILLISTON WRIGHT, M.D., 

Prof, of Obt. Univ. 

1876 AMBROSE L. RANNEY, M.D., 

M. D. Univ. City of N. Y., 1871. 



Obstetrics. 
1855 THEODORE GAILLARD THOMAS, M.D., 

New Yoi'k City. 

Charleston Med. Coll., 1852, M.D. Lecturer on Obst. in Med. Dept. Univ. 
City of N. Y., from 1855 to i860. Prof. Obst. and Dis. of Women and Children 
in Coll. Phys. and Surg, since 1865. Phys. to Roosevelt Hosp. 1871. Attg. 
Surg, to N. Y. State Woman's Hosp., 1872. Obst. Surg, to Stranger's Hosp., 
1870. Consulting Phys. to St. Mary's Hosp. for Women, Brooklyn, 1869 ; to 
St. Francis Hosp., Jersey Cit>', 1870 ; to N. Y. Disp. for Sick Children, 1871 ; 
and to Nursery and Child's Hosp., N. Y., 1871. 

Prest. N. Y. Obst. Soc. ; Secy. N. Y. Acad. Med., from 1859 to 1861 ; Vice- 
Prest. N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, 1869. 

1876 JOEL WILLISTON WRIGHT, M.D., - 1876 

Prof, of Obt., etc. 



Diseases of Women. 
874 ROBERT WATTS, M.D., 

M. D. Coll. Phys. and Surg. N. Y., 1861. Visiting Phys. to Roosevelt and St. 
Mary's Hospitals. 



Materia Medica. 
1868 J. S. GUNNING, M.D. 

Anatomy. 
1851 WILLIAM DARLING, M.D., 1852 

Prof. Anat. in Univ. Med. Coll. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 4I 

FROM TO 

1854 CHARLES E. ISAACS, M.D., 

Demr. Anat. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. 

Surgical Anatomy and Venereal Diseases. 
i860 WILLIAM RICE DONAGHE, M.D., 1865 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1852, M.D. 

Physiology. 
1854 PHILIP A. AYLETT, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1845, M.D. 

Medical Botany. 

1858 GODFREY AIGNER, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1857, M.D. 

Chemistry. 

1859 JOHN C. DRAPER, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1857, M.D. 

Urinary Analysis. 
1873 HENRY G. PIFFARD, M.D., 

Prof, of Dermatology. 

Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 
1863 DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOPIN ROOSA, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., i860, M.D. 

1871 CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., i860, M.D. 

Diseases of Children. 
JOHN H. RIPLEY, M.D., 

Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1866, M.D. 



COUNCIL 

OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1879. 



HOWARD CROSBY, D.D., LL.D. . Chancellor. 

JOHN TAYLOR JOHNSTON, Esq., . President. 

WM. R. MARTIN, Esq Secretary. 

MORRIS K. JESUP, Esq., . . . Treasurer. 



MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL. 



Class of 1875-79. 

Mancius S. Hutton, D.D. 
William R. Martin. 
George H. Moore, LL.D. 
A. R. Thompson, D.D. 
Benj'n B. Aycrigg, M.D. 
Elie Charlier, Ph.D. 
E. A. Washburn, D.D. 

Chas. F. 



Class of 1876-80. 
Hon. WM. B. MACLAY. 

John Taylor Johnston. 
Hon. Samuel J. Tilden. 
D. B. St. John Roosa, M.D. 
John Hall, D.D. 
S. O. Vanderpoel, M.D. 
D. Willis James. 
Deems, D.D. 



Class of 1877-81. 

E. P. Rogers, D.D. 

H. Crosby, D.D., LL.D. 
John E. Parsons. 
J. W. C. Leveridge. 

F. D. Lente, M.D. 
Smith E. Lane. 

James H. Anderson, M.D. 



Class of 1878-82. 

Charles Butler. 
William Allen Butler, 
Morris K. Jesup. 
Aaron J. Vanderpoel. 
Wm. a. Wheelock. 
Hon. Abram S. Hewitt. 
Rev. S. M. Hamilton. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 



SESSION 1879-80. 



REV. HOWARD CROSBY, D.D., LL.D, 

Chancellor of the University. 

ALFRED C. POST, M.D., LL.D., 

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery, President of the Faculty. 

CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., 

Professor -of Otology, Dean of the Faculty. 

JOHN C. DRAPER, M.D., LL.D.. 

Professor of Chemistry. 

ALFRED L. LOOMIS, M.D., 

Professor of Pathology and Practice of Medicine. 

WILLIAM DARLING, M.D., F.R.C.S., 

Professor of General and Descriptive Anatomy. 

WILLIAM H. THOMSON, M.D., 

Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

J. W. S. ARNOLD, M.D., 

Professor of Physiology and Histology. 

J. WILLISTON WRIGHT, M.D., 

Professor of Surgery'. 

WILLIAM M. POLK, M.D., 

Professor of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children. 

FANEUIL D. WEISSE, M.D., 

Professor of Practical and Surgical Anatomy. 

LEWIS A. STIMSON, M.D., 

Professor of Pathological Anatomy. 

AMBROSE L. RANNEY, M.D., 

Adjunct Professor of Anatomy. 

JOSEPH E. WINTERS, M.D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 



FACULTY OF THE POST-GRADUATE COURSE. 



D. B. ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D., 

Professor of Ophthalmology. 

WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, M.D., 

Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System. 

STEPHEN SMITH, M.D., 

Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

J. W. S. GOULEY, M.D., 

Professor of Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System. 

MONTROSE A. FALLEN, M.D., 

Professor of Gynaecology. 

HENRY G. PIFFARD, M.D., 

Professor of Dermatology-. 

A. E. MACDONALD, M.D., 

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. 

JAMES L. LITTLE, M.D., 

Clinical Professor of Surgery. 



Cectuvcra anb Cabovatorn Instructors. 



LOUIS ELSBERG, M.D., 

Clinical Lecturer on Lar^'ngolog^' and Diseases of the Throat. 

FREDERICK R. STURGIS, M.D., 

Clinical Lecturer on Venereal Diseases. 

WESLEY M. CARPENTER, M.D., 

Curator of the Museum and Laboratory Instructor. 

FRANK M. DEEMS, M.D., 

Assistant and Instructor in Chemistry. 

MAURICE N. MILLER, M.D., 

Demonstrator of Practical Physiology, 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 45 

Clinical :Jl00i9tQnt0. 



J. H. HINTON, M.D., 

Assistant to the Professor Emeritus of Clinical Surgery. 

FREDERICK R. S. DRAKE, M.D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Practice. 

JOHN B. KNAPP, M.D., and F. D. BAGLEY, M.D., 

Assistants to the Chair of Materia Medica, etc. 

ROBT. A, MURRAY, M,D, R. J. HEINMULLER, M.D., 

Assistants to the Chair of Obstetrics, etc. 

FRANZ HEUEL, Jr., M.D., 

Prosector, 

S. W. SMITH, M.D,, 

Assistant to the Chair of Surgery. 

C. A. L. H. VON RAMDOHR, M.D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Gynaecology. 

C. p. R. SCHCENEMANN, M.D, and A. B. DeLUNA, M.D., 

Assistants to the Chair of Orthopsedic Surgery. 

WILLIAM J. MORTON, M.D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System. 

G. H, FOX, M.D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Dermatology. 

EDWARD T. ELY, M.D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Ophthalmology. 

E. B. BRONSON, M.D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System, 

WICKES WASHBURN, M.D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Medical Jurisprudence. 

W. H. HAYNES, M.D., 

- Assistant to the Chair of Pathological Anatomy. 

FRANCIS VALK, M.D., 

^Assistant to the Chair of Otology. 



ALUMNI. 



1842, 



Norman Abbott, 

New York City. 
John L. Allen, 

Lafayette, N. J, 
Brayton Babcock, 

Friends hip y N> V. 
S. Clarke Bateman, 

Alabama, N. V. 
George I. Bennet, 

Brooklyn, N, Y. 
John Busteed, 

New York City, 

Prest. of and Prof, in N. Y. College of Vet. 
Surgeons. Member of N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, 
1844. Fellow N. Y. Academy of Med., 1848. 
Hon. Member of Academ. Nationale of France, 
1859. Died in N. Y. City, April 10, 1876, aet. 
62 years. 

Asahel Brunson, 
Jonathan S. Calef, 
Stephen B. Clark, 
William Coleman, 
Henry Cook, 
Michael Corbitt, 
Eugene Crovvell, 
William Darling, 

New York City, 

Prosector to Prof. Surg, in Med. Dept. Univ. 
City of N. Y. from 1843 to 1845. Dem'r Anat., 
same, 1845 to 1853. Acting Prof. Anat., same, 
1851-2. Sen. Asst. Phy. Quarantine Hosp., N. Y., 
1853 to 1855. Sen. Asst. Surg. Emigrant Hosp., 
N. Y., 1855-6, Prof. Anat. Med. Dept. Univ. 
City of New York, since 1866. Univ. City of N Y., 

1S62, A.M., M.R.C.S., Eng., 1856. F.R.C. 

S. of Eng. by examination, 1866, Sen. Member 



Medico-Chirurgical Coll. of Phila., 1850. Act. 
Prof. Anat. in Univ. of Vt. since 1871-1873. Prof, 
of Anat. in same, since 1873. Censor N. Y. ColU 
of Vet. Surgeryi Foreign Correspondent of the 
Societe d'Anthropologie of Paris. Hon. Mem. 
R. I. Med. Soc. 

John R. Dickson, 

Kingston, Can. 

Prest. of Gen. Council of Med. Education and 
Reg. of Ont. Vice-Pfest. for Ont. of Dom. of Can. 
Med. A.ss'n. Prof. Surg, in Royal Coll. Phys. 
and Surg, at Kingston, Can., 1854 to 1870. Prest. 
of same. Visiting Phys. to Kingston Gen» Hosp. 
Vlce-Pres. Alumni Ass'rt. 

Adolphus Fair, 
James W, Fair, 

Mansfield, La. 
James F. Forbes, 
Joseph James Millar Frey, 

Newcastle, Cat. 

Visiting Physician to Insane Asylum at Stock- 
ton, 1854. 

Edward Gibbons, 

Alameda, Cal. 
Thomas A. Glass, 

Dallas, Texas. 
Henry S. Hane, 
Gilbert W. Hazeltine, 

Ja7?iestown, N. Y. 
Joseph A. Holland, 
Bartlett C. Jones, 
George P. Kern, 
James Lillie, 
David McDaniel, 

Barrington, N. H. 



48 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Peter D. McKissack, 
William D. Maddux, 

Mo7iticello, Ga. 
Thomas W. Melbourne, 
Frederick Morris, 

Novwood, N. J. 
Helon F. Noyes, 

Stillwate?', Minn. 
Noble R. Oliver, 
Henry H. Pauling, 
Samuel B. Phillips, 

New York City. 
Nathan S. Pike, 

Died at Sterling, Ct., 1858, of phthisis pulmo- 
nalis. 

J. Madison Porter, 
Joseph Pownall, 
James E. Roberts, 

South Scituate, R. I. 
Warren F. Robertson, 
John Shanks, 

Bom in Glasgow, Scotland, March 28, iSoo. 
Died in New York, August 10, 1870, of softening 
of the brain. 

William W, Stedman, 
Ebenezer Swift. 

U. S. A?' my. 

Asst. Surgeon U. S. A., 1847. .Served with 
distinction throughout the Mex. War. Surgeon, 
U. S. A., 1861. Medical Director, U. S. A., 1862. 
Breveted Lt, Col. for services in the field, 1863. 
Promoted Lt. Col. and Colonel of Vols., 1865. 
Breveted Brig. Genl., U. S. A., for meritorious 
sen'ices, 1870. Promoted Lt. Col., U. S. A., and 
Med. Purveyor, 1876. 

Gustavus i\I. Taft, 
Peter T. Ten Eyck, 
Cornelius Walke, 
William Waterhouse, 

Bar?'i}igfon, N. H. 
John H. Whittaker, 

Dem'r Anat. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 
1841 to 1845. Died in New York, Feb. 22, 1856, 
set. 40. 

Abner Williams, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Charles G. Young. 

Total, 51. 



1843, 



Charles E. Ames, 

Surg. 60th Reg., Ohio Vols. Died in Cleveland, 
Ohio, April 28, 186S. 

Michael F. Arendell, 

Beaufort, N. C. 
Milton Baldwin, 
j Newark, N. J. 

I Coroner of the Citj- of Newark, 1848, 1854-58. 
A. A. Surg. U. S. A. "Ward" General Hosptl., 
Newark, 1862-65. 

Anderson M. Barclay, 

Cohcmbia, Ala. 
Jacob N. Boozer, 
Ira S. Bradner, 

Warwick, N. Y. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. v., 1863. 

Thomas C. Broddus, 
Daniel T. Brown, 

Haniptojibjirg, N. Y. 
Farquhar Campbell, 
Henry R. Cannon, 
Frederick P. Chase, 
William C. Cole, 
Clarkson T. Collins, 

Gt. Barri}igton,Mass. 

Phys. to N. Y. Lying-in Asylum, 1843. Phys. 
to Eastern Disp., N. Y., 1843. ' Prest. Berkshire 
Dist. Med. Soc, Mass., 1859-1862. Mem. Amer. 
Med. Association. Fellow N. Y. Acad. Med. 

Robert K. Colville, 

New York City. 

Surg, to the Parishes of Ayton and Coldingham, 
Berwickshire, Scotland, 1847-58. Asst. Surg. 
Royal East Lothian and Berwickshire Cavalry for 
ID years. Physician to the St. Andrews Soc, 
N. v., since 1868. 

Charles A. Cooper, 
Adam C. Davis, 
James Davis, 
William C. Disbrow, 
James H. Dunn, 
Charles D. Eggleston, 
Richard V. W. Fairchild, 

Died in Parsippany, N. J., in 1875, of apoplexj', 
aet. 55 years. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



49 



Edward S. Finlay, 

New York City. 

Died Dec. 2, 1876. 

Robert O. Fowler, 
Josiah Gautier, 

New York City. 

Retired from practice. 

John F. Glover, 
Thomas B. Griffin, 

Born in Beverley, Yorkshire, Eng., Feb. 22, 1813. 
Died in New York, June 21, 1871. 

Samuel Hall, 

New York City, 

Vice-Prest. of the Alumni Ass'n, 1871. Retired 
from practice. 

Milton p. Harrison, 

Died at Gordonsville, Ala., Sept. 5, 1874, of 
pneumonia, aet. 54 years. 

Fred'k Winslow Hatch, A.B., A.M., 
Sacramento, Cat. 

Prest. Sacramento Soc. for Med. Improvement, 
since 1869. Vice-Prest. Cal. State Med. Soc, 
1871. Prest. Board of Health, 1862-66. Prof. 
Mat. Med., Medical Dept. Univ., Cal., 1874. Prof. 
Principles and Practice of Med. since 1875. 

Homer O. Jewett, 

Cortland, N. Y. 
Arthur W. Kennedy, 
John I. Kersh, 
Leander Killian, 
John King, 
Samuel Langdon, 

Stockton, Cal. 
Robert H. Lockwood, 
James B. McCaw, 

Richmond, Va. 

Lecturer on Phys. 1855 to 1858. Prof. Chem., 
1858 to 1868. Prof. Practice of Med. since 1868. 
Dean of Faculty in Med. Coll. of Va. since Jan., 
1871. Vice-Prest. Med. Soc. of Va. Vice-Prest. 
Richmond Acad. Med. Ed. Va. Med. Jour., 1853 
to 1865. Surg, in Chief to Chimborazo Hosp. dur- 
ing the war, Vice-Prest. Alumni Ass'n, 1867-71. 

William M. McDowell, 



John McKenna, 
James F. McRea, Jr., 

Wilmington, N. C 
Amasa A. McWithey, 
Francis J. Mettauer, 
Anthony T. Morris, 
Horace Nelson, 

Prof. Anat, in Montreal Med. Coll. Died at 
Montreal, Can., about 1865, of phthisis pulmo- 
nalis. 

David D. T. Nestell, 



John B. Newman, 
Aden S. Nichols, 

Joseph Olmstead, 
John Pattison, 



Canton, III. 



Prest. Med. Soc, Fulton Co., 111. 

4 



Alameda, Cal. 



Marengo, Mich. 



London, Eng, 



Died in London, Feb., 1876. 

Jesse C. Pugh, 
Joseph C Pynchon, 
Alexander Ramseur, 
Jefferson M. Saunders, 

Died in Texas of phthisis pulmonalis. 

Lawrence B. Sheffey, 
Ruel Smith, 
Roswell F. Stillman, 
David H. Thomason, 
Charles C. Vail, 
Abraham T. B. Vandoren, 
Arnold F. Wain Wright, 

Died from the bite of a rat.lesnake. 

John P. Wheeler, 

Hudson, N. K 
Daniel W. Whitehurst, 

Key West, Fla. 
James J. Williams, 

Monroe, N. C, 
Samuel H. Williams, 
James A. Young. 

Total, 65. 



50 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 



1844. 

James X. Alford. 

J. Edgar Arrowsmith, 

Keyport, N. J. 
Christopher V. Barnett, 

Coxsackie, N'. V. 
Edward Bayard, 

A^ew York City. 
William H. Beatty, 

Mobile, Ala. 
William P. Bell, 
Elbert Bland, 

CoL of a S. C. Reg^t., C. S. A. KiUed in battle. 

James H. Bogardus, 
Charles Bonner, 
Thomas H. Brown, 
David H. Bruce, 
Thomas E. Burtsell, 

New York City. 
J. A. Carmichael, 
James D. Cauldfield, 
Seth P. Chapin, 
Elisha D. Cherry, 
Edward L. Chichester. 
Francis V. Clark, 
Alfred S. Combs, 
Alexander James Dallas, 

Syraciise, N. Y. 

PresL of Onondaga Co. Med. Soc. Med. Ex. 
of drafted men, 1864. 

Nathan Deane, 
J. J. Delamater, 
Milton K. Devane, 

Magnolia, N. C. 
Hiram P. DiUenback, 

Died at Boston, Mass., on Dec. 2, 1876, aet. 60 
years. 

Sylvester Z. Earle, 

5/. Joh?is, N. B. 
Isaac Edwards, 

Omaha, Neb. 

Asst. Phys. to N. Y. Lying-in Asylum, 1844. 

Charles W. Ensign, 

Practised med. in TariflTville, Ct., tmtil his death, 
about 1863. 



Robert W\ Evans, 
J. Walden Fell, 

London, Eng. 
Aristide F. Follin, 

Fort Adafns, Miss. 

Not in practice. 

James B. Gilbert, 
John D. Goneke, 
George C. Gray, 
William W. Green, 
Henry N. Guernsey, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
James Hamer, 
Nehemiah Hanford, 
John R. Hawes, 
Thomas H. Hawks, 
Samuel Winterton Hazlet, 

Died in New York, Jan. 30, i860, set. 39. 

Allen S. Heath, 

New York City. 

Henry Hubbard, 

Edward H. W. Hunter, 
I Louisville, Ga. 

\ Edward Jenkins, 

WiUiam B. Klipstein, 
1 Alexandria, Va. 

Jesse Leapheart, 
i Noah C. Levings, 

N^ew York City. 

Res. Phys. in Bell. Hosp., X. Y. 

Robert B. McCay, 

Northu7nbe7'la7id , Pa. 

Richard Manley, 

John M. Mars, 

J. W. Meriwether, 

Thomas Milner, 
I Jacob Moore, 
1 Archibald C. ]\Iorrogh, 

Died inX, Y. Cit^', March, 1866, of pneumonia. 

John Frederick Morse, 
i San Frajicisco, Cal. 

I Prof. Theory' and Practice and Clinical Med. in 
Med. DepL Univ. of the Pacific for three years. 

1 Emeritus Prof. same. Prof. Theory, Practice, and 
Clin, aied, in Toland Med. ColL four years. State 



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Inspector of Lunatic Asy. at Stockton. Cal., two 
years. Died Dec. 30, 1874. 

Jarvis R. Mowbray, 

Bay Shore, N. V. 
Abraham F. Newkirk, 
John W. Osgood, 
Andrew Otterson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
David G. Outlaw, 
S. Allen Paddock, 

Norwich, Ci. 
William C. Parker, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
John E. Peck, 

SL Augustine, Fla. 
William A. Player, 

Darlington, S. C. 
Henry Canfield Preston, 

St. Johns, N. B. 

Trinity Coll. A.B., A.M. 

Gervis Prince, 
Samuel Smith Purple, 

New York City. 

Vice-Prest. N. Y. Acad. Med. Phys. to N. Y. 
Lying-in Asy., 1844 to 1846. Phys. to N. Y. Disp., 
1846 to 1849. Ward Phys. N. Y. City during chol- 
era epidemic, 1849. Ed. N. Y. Jour. Med. and 
the Collateral Sciences, 1848 to 1857. Ex. Surg. 
N. Y. State Draft, 1862. Cor. Mem. Epidemio- 
logical Soc, London, 1853. Prest. Alumni Ass'n, 
1867 to 1871. Prest. N. Y. Acad, of Med., 1878- 
1879. 

Benjamin F. Rawls, 
Benjamin A. Rives, 
John G. Paves, 

Edgecombe, N. C. 
Ira Russell, 

Winchendon, Mass. 

Surg, nth Regt., Mass. Vols., 1861-62, then 
Surg. U. S. A. until the close of the war. Prest. 
North District Med. Soc, 1874-75. 

Norman B. Scott, 

Hagerstown, Md. 
Roy B. Scott, 
William R. Sevier, 



Cornelius W. Stoothoff, 

Phys. toN. Y. Disp., N. Y., 1844-5. Pied at 
Newtown, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1855. 

William W. Strew, 

Neiu York City. 

Surg. U..S. V. from 1861 to 1863. Med. Direc- 
tor Dept. of So. West. 

Emery Thayer, 
Benjamin W. Thompson, 

Muscatine, Iowa. 
Matthew Thompson, 
Edward Townes, 
James Dowling Trask, 

Astoria, L. I. 

Amherst Coll. 1842, A.B., A.M. Prof. Obstet., 
Long Island Med. Coll., 1861 to 1865. Univ. of 
Buffalo, M.D., hon. 

Alonzo J. Trippe, 
Reuben A. Tucker, 
Franklin Tuthill, 

Died in 15rookIyn, N. Y., August 27, 1865. 

James O. Van Hoevenburg, 

Kingston, N. Y. 

Christopher Dixon Varley, 

Neiu York City. 

Trinity Coll. 1841, A.B., 1844, A.M. 

Augustus C. Walker, 
John A. Walker, 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

Surg. 6th Reg., S. C. Vols., 1863. 

John H. Webb, 
Lawrence B. Wever, 
Henry L. Whipple, 
Franklin Woodruff. 

Total, 9,2. 

1845. 

William Jefferson Alexander^ 

Greenwood Depot, Va, 
John M. K. Alford, 

Alfordsville, N. C 
Cyrus Arndt, 
Calvin F. Ashley,, 



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UNIVERSITY OP^ THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Philip A. Aylett, 

Ahiv York City. 

Private Instructor in Med. Dept. Univ, City of 
N. Y. 

Daniel Ayres, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 

Vice-Prest. Alumni Ass'n. 1867 to 1871 Con. 
Surg, to St. Peter's Hosp., Brooklyn. 

William A. Babcock, 

Oriskany, N. V. 
William W. Banks, 
George H. Batchelder, 
William A. Bennett, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Treas. Onondaga Med. Soc, 1866. Vice-Prest. 
Onondaga Med. Soc, 1872. Prest. Onondaga 
Med. Soc, 1873. 

F. C. Blackwell, 
Alfred O. Bradley, 
S. D. Brantley, 

Washington, Ga. 
David E. Breining, 
Jeremiah Brooks, 
Aristus Brown, 
Josiah Brown, 
Alfred Brush, 
Orlando M. Bryan, 
Robert A. Buchanan, 
Horatio N. Buckley, 

Delhi, N. Y 
Albert W. Burch, 
William C. Burke, 
Henry H. Button, 
Solomon G. Carpenter, 

Chester, N. Y. 
George W, Clippinger, 

Surg. 14th Regt., Ind. Vols., 1861. Died Feb. 
20, 1870. 

John L. Cole, 
Robert W. Coleman, 
Leonidas Collins, 

Mount Vernon, Texas. 
Newton C. Cooley, 
Chester W. Cowles, 



j John L. Crane, 

Sherman B. Crocheron, 
; Edmund R. Dabney, 
\ William H. DeCourcey, 

Robert D. Dickson, 
: George Douglass, 
I Brooklyn, N. Y. 

I Exam. Surg. Board of Enrol., 19th Dist. S. N. 
I Y., from July, 1864, to close of war. Prest. Che- 
I nango Co. Med. Soc, 1869. Mem. Amer. Med. 

Ass'n. Mem. N. Y. State Med. Soc. Hon. Mem. 

California State Med. Soc. 

■ Darius A. Dow, 
William E. Dunwoody, 
i Ma7'ietta, Ga. 

I Alonzo F. Eisenlord, 
I Aew York City. 

I Surg. 7th Reg. N. Y. Vols., 1861 to 1863. 
I Surg.-in-chief to U. S. Gen. Hosp. at Newport 
; News, Va., 1862. Died, May 7, 1873, of pneu- 
monia, ast. 51 years. 

; Joseph N. Evans, 
William F. Fair, 
John D. Fish, 

Savamiah, Ga. 
Robert T. Flewellen, 
George Flower, 
George G. Gaither, 
T. Edward Gorman, 
Enoch Greene, 
J. A. DeWitt Gregg, 
John M. Gregory, 

Rome, Ga. 
S. W. Harville, 
Charles J. Hemple, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
L. W^ells Hibbard, 
John Hill, 

William Hillhouse, 



Norwalk, Ct. 
New Haveti, Ct. 



Not in practice. 

Charles W. Hodges, 
William M. Huntington, 

Rochester, Vt. 



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Cornelius A. Hyde, 
Benjamin S. James, 
Henry M. Jeter, 
James E. Joslen, 
Thomas B. Kennerly, 
E. W. Kirksey, 
D. A. Knapp, 

North Clove, N. V. 
Edward Lauderdale, 

Detroit, Mich. 

City Phys. of Detroit, 1859. Coroner of Wayne 
Co., Mich., 1861 to 1863. Asst. Surg. 24th Reg., 
Mich. Vols., from April, 1865, to June, 1865. Surg, 
to Marine Hosp., Detroit, from September, 1866, 
to July, 1868. 

Samuel H. Lee, 
J. F. Lindsey, 
Joseph Livingston, 
William R. Lowry, 
Ebenezer McFarlan, 

Surg, to N. Y. Ophthalmic Hosp. Not in prac- 
tice. 

John McGregor, 
John S. McKay, 
Miles A. McLeod, 

Forest City, Ark. 
William I. McNamee, 
James A. McRae, 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A. during Mexican War. 
Surg. 5th Reg., N. C, C. S. A., during war, 

James S. Meng, 
Charles V. Moore, 

Stillwater, N. V. 
David O. Mosser, 

Died in Lynn, Pa., February 22, 1861, from the 
effects of a fall on the ice. 

Charles T. Mount, 
Peter A. Mullen, 
Jesse Myer, 
James M. Nail, 
James M. Nash, ^ 

John O'Leary, 
Joseph Oliver, 



Henry Orlady, 

Petersburg, Pa. 
John Orme, 
William O. Owen, 

Lynchbtirg, Va. 

Post-Sufg. C. S. A., 1861-65. 

Damon H. Palmer, 
George W. Parkhill, 
Edward Perry, 
John A. Preston, 
Joseph Ouattlebum, 

Jersey City, N: J. 
Daniel L. Reeves, 
Gabriel P. Reeves, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
M. Charles Richardson, 
John D. Roberts, 
Washington M. Ryer, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Not in practice. 

Solomon Sampson Satchwell, 

Wilmington, N. C 

Sec. N. C. Med. Soc, 1852 to i860. Ed. N. C. 
Med. Journal, i860 to 1862. Surg. C. S. A. from 
1861 to close of war. Member Board Med. E.x- 
aminers, State of N. C, 1866. Prest. N. C. Med. 
Soc, 1867. Vice-Prest. Alumni Ass'n, 1867-73* 

Jeremiah B. Selby, 
David L. Simpson, 
Ralph Albert Snow, 

Died at Wilkesbarre, Pa., September, 1849, of 
congestive fever. 

William M. Spencer, 

Fdmeston, N. V. 
John Henry Stafford, 

Canajoharie, N. V. 

Died in 1875. 

Robert Staton, 
S. Everett Swift, 

Colchester, Ct. 
Marcus L. Taft, 

Univ. City of New York, A.B. House Phys. 

in Bell. Hosp., N. Y. Asst. Phys. at Quarantine, 

S. I., where he died, February 8, 1850, of ship 
fever. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Isaac Tanner, 
David A. Telfair, 

Smithfield, N. C. 

W. B. B. Temple, 

Helicon, Ala. 

George M. Tutt, 
Jacob H. Vanderveer, 

Phys. in Chief to Franklin St. Cholera Hosp., 
1854. Died at Long Branch, N. J., 1873. 

Daniel E. Warren, 
Thomas D. Washburn, 

Hillsboro, III. 

Asst. Surg. 126th Reg., lU. Vols. Surg. U. S. V. 

Robert Leighton Waterbury, 

Marga7'etville , N'. V. 

Rutgers Coll. 1856, A.M. Lecturer on Chem. 
in Teachers' Insts. of Del. and Otsego Co.'s, N. Y. 
1846-7. Lecturer on Phys. in Fergusonville Acad., 
1848 to 1854. Lecturer on Phys. and Nat. Hist, 
in Ward Schools, Xew York Citj% 1857 to 1863. 
Ex.-Surg. to Met. Brig., X. Y., 1864. Surg. 93d 
Regt., N. Y. v., 1864. Prest. Del. Co. Med. Soc, 
1869-70. 

George A. Wattles, 
Abner R. Wellborn, 

Newman, Ga. 
Thompson Wilson, 
Edwin C. Witherell, 
John Witherell, 



Total, 121. 



1846. 



John W. Albury, 
Diego de Alvear, 
H. Mortimer Anderson, 
Thomas E. Andrews, 
Robert A. Ashburn, 
Henry P. Ayres, 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

John Ball, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 

Samuel L. Banks, 
Joseph E. Bartlett, 
George M. Battey, 
Wilson F. Bell, 

Newark, N. J. 



Samuel Merrifield Bemiss, 

New Orleans, La. 

Prof. Clinical Med., 1858; Hyg. and Med. 
Jurisp., 1859-60; Mat. Med. and Therap., 1861 ; 
Phys. and Path., 1865, in Med. Dept. Univ. of 
Louisville. Ed. Med. News, Louisville, Ky., 1858- 
59. Sr. Ed. N. O. Jour. Med., 1868 to 1870. Prof. 
Theory and Practice Med. Dept. Univ. La. since 
June 15, 1866. Sec. Am. Med. Ass'n, 1859 ; Vice- 
PresL, 1869. Surg. P. A. C. S., 1863 ; ZNIed. Di- 
rector, 1864, to close of war. 

George T. Blake, 
John W. Bond, 

Toledo, Ohio. 
Augustus C. Booraem, 

Died suddenly in New York City, Dec. 2, 1871. 

Abner H. Bowen, 
Robert M. Boykin, 
Martin C. Brian, 
Gorton W. Briggs, 
Maurice B. Brown, 
William M. B. Brown, 
! Greenville, N. C. 

Enoch M. Brundige, 

First. Demstr. Anat. in the N. Y. jSIed. Col. 
Died in N. Y. City, about 1858, of phthisis pui- 
monalis. 

T. J. Bryan, 
Richard L. Butt, 
Samuel D. Campbell, 

Suisun City, Cal. 
Benjamin D. Carpenter, 

Cutchogue, N . V. 
Samuel }*I. Carper, 

Fincastle, Va. 
Daniel S. Chase, 
Robert H. Clark, 
Hayden Coe, 
John Ladd Colby, 

New York City. 

Phys. to the House of Refuge, New York, since 
May, 1869. 

George Lewis Collins, 

Providence, R. I. 

City Phys. of Providence, 1847 to 1S66. Phys. 
to Prov. Reform Sch., 1852 to 1867. Treas. R. L 



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Med. Soc. for 8 years ; vice-Prest. since 1866. I Edward CarroU Franklin, 



Prest. Prov. Med. Ass'n since 1866. 

Alexander H. Cook, 

Chicago, III. 
William D. Cowan, 
William Cramer, 
William A. M. Culbert, A.B., A.M., 

Newburgh, N. V. 
Daniel J. Cummings, 
Edgar T. Currey, 

Died at Mechanicstown, Md. 

James M. Cushman, 
James M. Davant, 

Bairdstown, Ga. 
George H. Dayton, 

Lima, Ind. 

Buffalo, N. K 



Daniel Devening, 



Horace H. Dewey, 
Lewis E. Dixon, 
John L. Dodge, 

Grot on, Ct. 
William H. Dorrance, 

Middle tow fi, N'. Y. 

Willi-am Edwards, 
James C. Egan, 
Thomas W. Elliott, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Edwin Ellis, 
Edwin Evans, 
Henry Farrier, 
John L. Fielder, 
Joseph Fifield, 
Sylvester V. Firor, 

Catlettsburg, Ky. 

Examg. Surg, of Pension Claimants. 

Lyman Fiske, 

Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., August i, 1859, set. 36. 

Amos Fowler, 

Albany, N. V. 

Censor Albany Med. Soc, 1869-70. Mem. 
Amer. Med. Ass'n, 1870. Vice-Prest. Albany 
Med. Soc, 1871. Mem. Stale Med. Soc, 1872- 
76. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

Surg. U. S. V. during the war. Prof. Surg. 
Med. Coll. of Mo. Surg, to Good Samaritan 
Hosp., St. Louis. Deputy Health Officer, State 
of Cal. 

James M. Geyer, 

Died at Mechanicstown, Md. 

Abraham Gindrat, 

Baltimore, Md. 

Surg. C. S. A. 1862. 

William M. Gray, 
Moses P. Greenleaf, 

South Weymouth, Mass. 
Egbert Guernsey, 
Owen Hadley, 

Died of dysentery, Montgomery Co., N. C, 
1869. 

Joseph Hagar, 

E. Marshfield, Mass. 
Caleb W. Haight, 

Pleasantville, N. V. 

Prest. Med. Soc. of Westchester Co., N. Y., 
two terms. Died of phthisis pulmonalis in 1875. 

Peter C. Hairston, 
Samuel C. Hanford, 
William W. Harriss, 

Wilmington, N. C 
Stephen Allen Hart, 

Died in Yorktown, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1849, set. 29. 

George E. Hawes, 

Pulatka, Fla. 
Nathaniel Hawkins, 
A. Mason Hedger, 
Richard B. Hill, 
Horace Hollister, 

Providence, Pa. 

Prest. Lackawanna Med. Soc. since 1847. 

Robert M. Hull, 
Robert Hunter, 
Lorenzo S. Keene, 
! Hilliard W. Kennerly, 

Orangeburg C. H., So. Ca. 
John Kenny, 
William A. Kinnilly, 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



John M. Kitchen, ! 

India7iapolis , hid. 

Surg, in charge U. S. A. Gen. Hosp. at Indian- 
apolis, 1861 to 1865. Prest. Board Trustees City 
Hosp., and Phys. to Inst, for Education of the 
BHnd at IndianapoHs. Consulting Phys. State 
Institution for Deaf and Dumb, 1872-77. Con- 
sulting Phys. City Hospital. 

Oscar F. Knox, 

M. E. Lazarus, 

Rufus S. Lord, 

William P. Lord, 

B. Love, 

H. C. McCall, 

Edward S. ]\IcGinnis, 

Alexander B. McWhorter, 

Charles A. Magill, 

J. Lloyd Martin, 

Josiah B. Massey, 

Reuben C. Moffat, 

William H. Moore, 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Thomas Moran, 
Valentine Mott, 

Prof. Surg, in Bait. Med. Coll. Died in Loui- 
siana, Sept. 20, 1854, of yellow fever. 

Walter T. Murchison, 
Michael O'Neil, 
John S. Palmer, 
Thomas W. Perry, 

Providence, R. I. 
Moses N. Philhps, 
Cyrus Pierce, 
Jesse S. Porter, 
A. M. Pratt, 

Centre, Ala. 
William H. Proal, 
Samuel Randall, 

Died at Galveston, Texas, of cholera. 

Columbus Reid, 
John Perkins Reilay, 

Marysville, Cal. 

House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1846. 
Asst.-Phys. in Emigrants' Hosp., 1848-49. Res. 
Phys. in State Marine Hosp., San Francisco, Cal., 
1852-3. 



Frederick B. Revere, 
Stephen G. Risley, 

Rockville, Ct. 
William A. Rust, 
Edward F. Smallwood, 

Newberne, N. C. 
Joseph Smith, 
Seth Smith, 

New London, Ct. 

Surg. U. S. Marine Hosp. since 1B73. 

William T. Sparrow, 
Alden H. Steele, 

Olympia, Wash. Ter. 

Post Surg., U. S. A., 1863 to 1868. 

Nathan Stephenson, 
Thomas Stewart, 

Scran to 71, Pa. 
Landaff Strong, 
James H. Swindells, 
Augustus Van Buren, 

Asst. House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1846. 
Died in New York City, May 19, 1847, of typhus 
fever, set. 23. 

William A. Varian, 

S. Yonkers, N. Y. 
Theodore Romeyn^Varick, 

jersey City, N. J. 

Surg.-Gen. Sute of N. J. Surg, to Jersey 
City Charitj' Hosp. Prest. N. J. State Med. Soc, 
1864. Mem. N. Y. Acad. Med. Hon. Mem. 
N. Y. State Med. Soc. Mem. Amer. Med. Assn. 
Mem. N. Y. Neurological Soc. Surg, to St. 
Francis and Jersey City Hospitals. 

Albert C. Wells, 
Ira R. Wells, 

Geneseo, III. 
Luther C. White, 

Van Buren, Ark. 

Surg.-Gen. in the Loyal Govt. State of Ark. to 
the end of the Rebellion. Prest. of the Crawford 
Co. Med. Soc, 1876. Delegate to the Interna- 
tional Med. Congress at Philadelphia, 1876. 

Wilham H. Whitehead, 
Henry N. Whittlesey, 

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Refuge, Randall's Island, N. Y. Died in New 
York City, June 19, 1869, aet. 47. 

Robert C. Word, 

Decatur, Ga. 
Total, 130. 

1847. 

Benjamin Andrews, 
Thomas D. Andrews, 

Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 22, 1866, set. 42. 

William S. Babbit, 
S. L. Barbour, 
Ethan A. Barrows, 
Daniel M. Bass, 
Alexander C. Becker, 
Horatio K. Bellows, 

Norwich, N. V. 

Prest Chenango Co. Med. Soc. Hon. Mem. 
California State Med. Soc, 1871. 

Joseph Wesley Benson, 

Louisville, Ky. 

Asst. Surg. N. Y. Disp. Dist. Phys. N. Y. 
Lying-in Asyl. Prof Principles and Practice of 
Surg, in Oglethorpe Med. Coll., Savannah, Ga. 
Prof. Anat, Phys., and Clin. Surg, in Med. 
Dept, Univ. of Louisville. Prof. Anat. and Clin. 
Surg, in Ky. Sch. of Med. Prof, of Surg, in 
Louisville Med. Coll. 

Edwin Bentley, 

Surg. u. s. A. 
Aaron L. Bishop, 
Nathan F. Blunt, 
John O. P. Bond, 

Died in Te.xas about 1859 or i860. 

Alexander Boothby, 

Died at Unity, Maine. 

Daniel Breed, 

Washington, D. C. 

Surg. U. S. A., 1862-63. 

Alonzo D. Brown, 
Benjamin F. Chapman, 
William F. Collins, 

Died of typhoid fever at Den Isle, Maine. 

Robert R. Conover, 

Redbank, N. J. 
John Conyngton, 
Wade C. Cox, 



William Craig, 
Oliver Crook, 
Lewis M. Cutcheon, 
Charles W. Davenport, 
Martin R. Dennis, 
James R. Dow, 
James B. Emery, 
Charles H. Farnsworth, 
Samuel M. Farrar, 
James Farrington, 

Rochester, N. H. 
R. W. Fisher, 

Tallahassee, Fla. 
Ziba Foot, 
Roswell Fox, 

Wethersjield, Ct. 
John Fraime, 
Thomas M. Franklin, 
William H. Gardiner, 
Justin P. Garvin, 
William Peters Gibbons, 

Alameda, Cal. 

Phys. to County and City Hosp., San Fran- 
cisco, 1855. Lecturer on Anat. and Phys. in Cal. 
Univ., 1856 to 1858. 

David A. Gibbs, 

Social Circle, Ga. 
Martin Gilman, 
John Goucher, 
Peter C. Graff, 
Israel Lewis Graham, 

Muscatine, Iowa. 

Not in practice. 

George W. Graves, 
John A. Greene, 
Oliver B. Griggs, 

Willimantic , Ct. 

Fellow Ct. State Med. Soc. Phys. to Soldiers' 
Orphans' Home for Ct., 1865-75. 

Abner Ham, 
E. B. Harris, 

Virginia City, Nev. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1863. Surg. U. S. Vols., 
1864. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Thomas F. Henderson, 
Henry Stuart Hewit, 

New York City. 

House Surg, in Bell. Hosp , N. Y., 1847. A. A. 
Surg, and Asst.-Surg. U. S. A., 1848 to 1851. 
Surg. U. S. v.. 1861 to 1865. Med. Director of 
Armies of West Tennessee and Miss., and Army 
and Dept. of Ohio. Surg, to Charitj^ Hosp., 
N. Y. Clinical Professor of Surg, in Jiled. Dept. 
Univ. City of N. Y. Vice-Prest. Alumni Ass'n 
since 1867. Prest. Med. Board of Charity Hosp. , 
1873. Died Aug. 19, 1873, of apoplexy. 

James Hine, 

New Milford, Ct. 
J. Daniel Holly, 
Henry D. Holt, 



Jersey City, N. J. 



Joel Houghton, 
Moses C. Hoyt, 
Isaac Hull, 
Thomas E. Hunt, 
William Hunter, 
Treadwell L. Ireland, 
Thomas P. Janes, 
William E. Johnston, 
Rufus King, 
William N. King, 



Ebenezer Knight, 



A'ew York City. 
New York City. 



William S. Lawton, 
John Leavitt, 

Died at Baptisttown, X. J., April 4, 1S76, ast. 
57 years. 

Charles P. Leggett, 
H. B. Lockett, 
Norman McConnell, 
Alexander McDonald, 
Edward McGregor, 
W. H. Maltbie, 
Robert Martin, 

Lewiston, Pa. 
Hannibal H. IMears, 
Adam Miller, 

Jordanville , N. Y. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A. from June, 1862, to Dec, 



1862. Asst. Surg. i52d Reg., N. Y. V. from Jan., 

1863, to Nov., 1863. 

Clifford Morrogh, 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
Lewis H. Mosher, 
Phineas Mundy, 
Albert flyers, 

Wadesboro, N. C. 

Mem. Med. Examining Board for Titus Co., 
Tex., 1873-75. Mem. Ex. Com. of Anson Co., 
N. C, Med. Soc, 1877. 

A. M. Nesbit, 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Clark A. Nickelson, 

Beekman, N. Y. 

Vice-Prest. Dutchess Co. Med. Soc, 1864-67. 
Mem. N. Y. State Med. Soc, 1868. 

Robert M. O'Ferrall, 

Lafayette, Ind. 

Surg. 40th Reg., Ind. Vols., i year. 

Michael O'Neil, 
E. A. C. Page, 
Miles W. Palmer, 

New York City. 
Ambrose L. Parkes, 
Gregory J. Phelan, 

Phj-s. to Cholera Hosp., Sacramento, Cal , 1850. 
Phys. to St. Joseph's Orphanage, Sacramento, 
1870. Phys. to City and County Hosp., Sacra- 
mento, 1861-69. Asst. Health Irispt. N. Y. City, 
1872-73. Oculist to Catholic Protectory', West- 
chester, 1872-73. 

Joseph F. Pollock, 
William S. Pope, 
Charles C. Power, 
Charles T. Ouintard, 

Sewanee, Tenji. 

S.T.D., LL.D., Cantab. Bishop of Tennessee. 
Pro£ of Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, 
Memphis Med. Coll., 1851-54. Consecrated 
Bishop, 1865. Vice-Chancellor of the University 
of the South, 1866-72. 

James B. Ridley, 
David P. Robertson, 

Spout Spring, Va. 
Henry G. Saunders, 
James F. Seguin, 

A^ew Orleans, La. 



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George W. Sewall, 

Joseph Sill, 

Jarvis Eugene Smith, 

Clyde, N. V. 

VIce-Prest. Wayne Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 
1869. Prest. same, 1871. 

George A. Smith, 
William C. Spalding, 

Water town, Wis. 
Henry B. Stephens, 
Cornelius M. Stewart, 
William Stewart, 



Ambrose Woodcock, 

Died at Kenduskey, Maine. 

Total, 124. 



1848. 

James A. Agnew, 

Biirkeville, Va. 
Benjamin B. Aycrigg, 

Passaic, N. J. 
William D. Aylett, 



South Worcester, N. V. ^' Cooper Ayres, 



Reuben M. Sutphen, 



John B. Sweat, 
John C. Tappan, 

Died at Newark Valley, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1876, 
aet. 54 years, of apoplexy. 

John W. Thomas, 
Benjamin Throop, 
Marcus C. Tully, 

A'ew York City. 
Hector Turner, 

Carthage, N. C. 
Lewis T. Warner, 
William H. Watkins, 
George M. Wharton, 

Died al New Orleans, 1853. 

Aaron C. White, 

Spring Hill, Tenn. 
Lewis Y. Wiggins, 
William H. Wilbur, 

Died at Westerly, R. I., Oct. 12, 1879, of heart 
disease. 

Henry C. WiUey, 
Henry E. Williams, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. V. Died at East Haddam, 
Ct., Dec. 4, 1870, set. 45. 

Thomas Williams, 
James M. Willis, 

Waco, Texas. 
Owen B. Withers, 



Green Bay, Wis. 
Newark, N. J. \ ^lisha P. Bailey, 

Benjamin J. Baldwin, 

Roxton, Texas. 
Dennison R. Bardin, 
O, L. Barnes, 
John G. Bayles, 
Henry H, Beach, 
Elias W. H. Beck, 

Delphi^ Ind. 
William A. Bernard, 

Gree?tville, N'. C. 
Angus Bethune, 



George G. Bird, 
John Bishop, 



Carthage, N. C. 



New York City. 



William Wood, 

East Windsor HilL Ct. 



Dead. 

John B. Black, 
William W. Blackman, 
Henry W. Brown, 
Robert T. Bryan, 

Georgetown, Ky. 
James G. Buchanan, 
Alexander Thompson Bull, 

Buffalo, N Y. 
William Bullions, 
Parkesville, Ky. \ John Henry Hobart Burge, 

I Brooklyn, N Y. 

Phys. to N. Y. Disp., N. Y., 1854 to 1856. 



Prest. Hartford Co. Med. Soc. Sec. and Treas. Phys. to Brooklyn Cent. Disp., 1858 to 1863. 



Hartford Co. Med. Soc. for 20 years. 



Visiting Surg, to L. I. Coll. Hosp, since 1863. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Horace Burgess, 

Died at Plainfield, Ct., of dysentery. 

H. N. Bushnell, 
Cornelius N. Campbell, 

Ponghkcepsie, N. V. 
Monroe B. Cargile, 
Henry Chappell, 
S. Williams Clark, 
Albert S. Clarke, 
Silas Spencer Clarke, 

B^ Riiyter, N. V. 
James H. Cox, 
James W. Crawford, 
R. L. Crawford, 
Lucian W. Curtis, 

G/o3e Village, Mass. 

Willard F. Deming, 

New York City. 

Med. Inspector to Met. Board of Health, N Y. 

William H. Dial, 
John Dickson, 
Henry Dillard, 

Oak Level, Va. 
Thomas J. Dozier, 
De Witt C. Edmunston, 
Elihu Edmondson, 

Ptdaski., Tenn. 
John F. Edwards, 
Peter O. Eisenlord, 
David Farrar, 
Thomas T. Fitzhugh, 
William W. Flewellen, 

Columbus^ Ga. 
Earl Flint, 
George F. Foote, 
Elijah Ford, 

Died at Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Thomas W. Frame, 

Died at Jacksonville, Fla., in 1855, of phthisis 
pulmonalis, set. 28 years. 

Thomas Frye, 

Died at Rockland, Maine, in 1876. 

Charles R. Gallagher, 



Indianapolis, hid. 



John M. Gaston. 

James L. Grant, 
Lewis F. Graves, 
R. A. Grier, 
John L. Grisham, 
John T. C. Hall, 
Arnold Hallett, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 

Adj. Phys., Long Island Coll. Hosp. at its 
establishment ; Attg. Phys. since 1863. 

James J. Hamill, 
Cornelius E. Hammond, 

Portland, Ct. 
William Alexander Hammond, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A. from June, 1849, to Oct., 
i860. Prof. Anat. and Phys. Univ. of Md., from 
Oct., i860, to May, 1861. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 
1861-2. Surg.-Genl U. S. A. from April, 1862, 
to Aug., 1864. Lecturer on Dis. of Mind and 
Nervous Syst. in Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 
from March to Sept., 1867, Prof. Dis. of Mind 
and Nervous Syst. and of Clin. Med. in Bell. 
Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y., from 1867-1874. Phys.- 
in-Chief N. Y. S. Hosp. for Dis. of Nervous Syst. 
since 1870. Prof. Dis. of Mind and Nervous 
Syst. Med. Dept. Univ. City of New York since 
1874. 

William W. Harper, 
H. B. C. Harris, 

Richmond, Va. 

Dubois Hasbrouck, 

Died March 30, 1865, set. 40 years. 

William Gruthaser Hatch, 

Died at Red Bluff, Cal., Feb., 1871. 

John T. Hawkins, 
Charles Henry, 
Peyton T. Henry, 

Windsor, N. C. 

James B. Herron, 
Seabury M. Higgins, 

Memphis, N. Y. 

John C. Hightower, 
Miles Hinman, 



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William Holbrook, 

Palmer, Mass. 

Surg. U. S. V. 3 years. Exam. Surg, for State 
Aid. Exam. Surg, for Pensions. 

Lewis L. Holmes, 
Julius A. Hudnall, 
James F. Huntley, 

Oneida, N. Y. 
John M. Hutchings, 
George L. Hutchinson, 
Samuel Lasseter, 
George S. Little, 

Brookly7i, Z. /. 
Surg. u. s. V. 

William J. Lytic, 
John W. McCabe, 
Charles G. McKnight, 
Clark W. McMichael, 
Hector McNeill, 
Robert G. W. Maffett, 
Edmund H. Martin, 
William Penn Massey, 

Brownville, N. Y. 

Prest. Jefferson Co. Med. Soc, 1877. 

Robert Mathison, 
Morris Mattson, 
George T. Maxwell, 

All (idle town, Del. 
Franklin A. Milner, 
Alexander D. Moore, 

Wilson, N. C. 
John D. Moore, 
N. H. MorangnS, 

Piilatka, Fla. 
D. Alexander Neilson, 
John G. Ogden, 
J. Hawley Olmstead, 
M. M. B. Outlaw, 
George W. Peer, 
Edward H. Pentz, 
Constantine Perkins, 

Died in South Ala., 1868, aet, 45 years. 



Deveraux J. Ransom, 

Fairfield, Texas, 

Surg, to State Penitentiary, Huntsville, Texas, 
1848 to 1858. 

Medicus Ransom, 
John D. Ray, 

Paris, Ky. 
Dwight Reed, 

Honesdale, Pa. 
Joseph Coleman Roberts, 

Pulaski, Tenn. 

Surg. C. S. A. during the war. 

Benjamin C. Rowan, 

Born Sept. 17, 1817. Asst. Surg. 44th Reg., 
Md. Vols. Died, April 15, 1863, from disease 
contracted at the siege of Corinth, Miss. 

William H. Schenck, 

Flemington, N. J, 
Simon Schoonmaker, 

Rosendale, N. K 
John C. Sill, 

Argyle, N. Y. 

Prest. Washington Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 1866. 
Prest. Union Med. Ass'n of Washington, Warren, 
and Saratoga Counties (N. Y.), 1866. 

Joseph Sill, 

South Hartford, N. Y. 
John R. Slaughter, 

Huntsville, Ala, 
Thomas B. Smalle, 
Harvey W. Smith, 
Franklin Snell, 
Francis A. Stanford, 
Henry K. Steele, 

Denver, Colorado. 
C. J. Taylor, 
Erastus Teft, 

Topeka, Kan. 

Post Surg. U. S. A. during the wan 

Peter Ten Eyck, 
Joseph R. Truesdell, 
Thomas S. Tuggle, 
Daniel F. Vastbinder^ 
William Wallen, 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Alphonzo Wetmore, 

Clinfo7i^ Iowa, 
Peter A. White, 

La Grajid^ Ga. 
Thomas Cathy White, 

Died at Pulaski, Tenn., May. 1868, of softening 
of the brain, set. 48. 

A. W. Wilhams, 
Robert S. Wright. 

Total, 132. 

1849. 

Charles Abbott, 

Winterport, Maine. 

Surg. 26th Reg,, Maine Vols., 1862-63. 

Robert Townes Abernathy, 

Tnsciimbia, Ala. 

Surg, 5th Ala. Reg., C. S. A., from 1863 to close 
of the war. Prest. Med. Soc. of North Ala., 1867. 

William E. Aiken, 
De Leon y Alvear, 
John Summ.erfield Andrews, 

East New York, A'. V. 
Neill H. Baker, 
David A. Baldwin, 
Jay Ball, 



Clare W. Beames, 

Not in practice. 

William Beebe, 

Surg. 148th Reg., Ohio. 



James R. Black, 

Frank Deshon Brandegee, 

Died in New London, Ct., of phthisis pulmo- 
nalis. 

John E. Brenan, 
J. Walden Brown, 
Gardiner S. Browne, 
George S. Buckingham, 
Burrows Burdick, 

Eds'arton-, Wis, 



John Burke, 

New York City. 
Franklin M. Carter, 
Horace Caruthers, 

Tanyto7(Jii, A^. Y, 

Surg, to Brooklyn City Hosp., 1849-50. Vice- 
Prest. Westchester Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 1871. 

Noah A. Chapin, 
Samuel Sherrerd Clark, 

Belvidere, A\ J. 

Coll. of N. J. 1845, A.B. ; 1868, A.M. 

Chalkley Collins, 

Died in New York City, Aug. 18, 1849, of chol- 
era, aet. 23. 

Richard P. Cooke, 

New York City. 

Not in practice. 

Abraham Crispell, 

Rondout, N. Y. 

Surg. 2oth Reg., N. G. S. N. Y. Surg. U. S. 
v., 1862, to close of war. 

Edward P. Cummings, 
Adams C. Deane, 
Charles D. De Witt, 

Quarry V ilk, N. Y. 
James D. De Witt, 

Phillipsbitrg, N. J. 
Thomas Dickson, 
L. Norton Dimmick, 

Ottowa, III. 
Thomas C. Dodson, 
Barlow, Ohio. Edward A. Doster, 

! Archibald Thomas Douglas, 

I Roiidout, N. Y. 

3\Iember Commit, on Exams., Med. Dep. Yale 



New York City. 



Coll., 1856 to 1858, and 1859 to i86i, Surg. 2d 
Reg. Conn. Vols., 1861. Surg. loth Conn. Vols., 
1861-2. Sec. :\Ied. Soc. of Ulster Co., N. Y., 
1866 to 1868. Vice-Prest. same, 1871. 

George Thomson Elliott, 

Columbia Coll. 1845, A.B., A.M. Interne in 
Lj'ing-in Hosp., Dublin, from July, 1849, to Jan., 
1850. Entered the Royal Maternity Charity, 
Edinburgh, Jan., 1850. Res. Phys. N. Y. Lying- 
in Asy., 1852 to 1854. Visiting and Cons. Phys. 
to same. Visit, and Cons. Phys. to Nursery and 



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Child's Hosp., N. Y. Attg. Phys. Demilt and 
Northern Disp., N. Y. Cons. Surg. N. Y. S. 
Woman's Hosp. Prof. Anat. Vermont Med. Coll,, 
1855. Prof. Obt. and Dis. Women and Children. 
Bell. Hosp. Med. Coll. N. Y., 1861. Visit. Phys. 
Bell. Hosp., 1854. Prest. New York Co'ty Med. 
Soc, 1868. Died in Ne^r York City, Jan. 28, 
1871, of apoplexy, a2t. 43 years. 

Thomas Constantine Finnell, 

New York City. 

Phys. to Eastern Disp., N. Y., 1849 to 1854. 
Pr-est. N. Y. Med. Union, 186 1. Prest. N. Y. 
Path. Soc, 1862. Cons. Surg, to N. E. Disp., 
N. Y., 1862. Visit. Surg, to St. Vincent's Hosp., 
N. Y., 1854 to 1864. Exam. Phys. to Coroners of 
New York City, 1854 to 1864. Surg, to Park Bar- 
racks Aid Soc, N. Y., 1863. Dem. Anat. Med. 
Dept. Univ. City of N. Y., 1858-9. Surg. U. S. 
v., 1863. Prest. N. Y. Co'ty Med. Soc, 1866. 
Prest. Medico-Legal Soc, City of N, Y., 1868-9. 

George J. Fisher, 

Sing Sing, N. V. 

Surg. N. Y. State Prison, 1853. Prest. West' 
Chester Co. Med. -Soc, 1857-61. Surg. 3d Reg. 
Eagle Brigade N. Y. S. Vols. Med. Director of 
Hosp. Ship Elm City, 1862. U. S. Pension Surg, 
since 1863. Vice-Prest. Med. Soc. State of N. Y., 
1873. Prest. of same, 1876. 

Thomas H. Fisher, 
Frank Fleet, 

JVew York City. 
Henry K. W. FHnn, 
Josiah A. Flournoy, 
S. W. Frierson, 
Harvey Stafford Gay, 

New York City. 

Dist. Phys. to N. Y. Lying-in Asylum, 1849 to 
1853. 

Chandler Gibson, 
Henry S. Gilbert, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Louis N. Glover, 
G. G. Gordon, 

Lafayette, Ga. 
George S. Green, 

Hartford, Ct. 
Jeremiah G. Greene, 
Stephen C. Griggs, 

Brooklyn, N, Y. 



Gerard Beekman Hammond, 

Spri7ig Valley, N. Y. 
Henry Trowbridge Harris, 

Latcrens, N. Y. 

Surg. 41st Reg. N. G. S. N. Y., 1858 to 1861. 
Vice-Prest. Otsego Co'ty (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 186:?. 
Prest. same, 1864. 

Henry C. Herndon, 
Henry W. Hill, 

Mooresville, Ala. 
Lowell Holbrook, 

Thompson, Ct. 
Richard J. Husband, 
John Johnston, 
Philip C. Jones, 

Springfield, Maine. 
William B. Jones, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. N. Died in Newark, N. J., 
Feb. 26, 1869. 

Benjamin F. Joslyn, 

New York City. 
Thomas F. Keller, 
Godfrey Kersh, 
John A. Kiersted, 
Augustus L. Knight, 
Dillon S. Landon, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

B.A. University City N. Y., 1843. House 
Phys. Bellevue Hosp., 1849-50. Attending Phys. 
Brooklyn City Hosp. for 20 years. Died in Brook- 
lyn April 20, 1873. 

Ebenezer Lathrop, 

James Rosebrugh Leaming, 

A^ew York City. 

Asst. Visit. Phys. Northern Disp., N. Y., 1849. 
Attg. Phys. Northern Disp., 1849 to 185 1. Phys. 
to Hopper Hom.e of the Prison Ass'n, 1855 to 
1865. Phys. to Prot. Episc Orphans' Home and 
Asy., 1858 to 1864. Cons. Phys. to same since 
1864. Phys. to Demilt Disp., N. Y., 1859 to 1868. 
Phys. to St. Luke's Hosp. N. Y., since 1866. 
Prof. Prin. and Prac Med. in Woman's Med. 
Coll. of N. Y. Infirmary. Cons. Phys. to House 
of Rest for Consumptives at Tremont, N. Y., 
since 1870. Vice-Prest. Alumni Ass'n, 1867-72. 
Prest. of same, 1872-74. 

Francis P. Leavenworth, 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Verranus Morse. 



New York City. 



Joel Newton. 



Saddle River, N. J. 



Frederick Divoux Lente, 

Cold Spring, N. V. 

Univ. of N. Carolina, 1845, A.B. House Phys. 
and Surg, in N. Y. Hosp.. 1848 to 1851 Surg, to 1 3^^.^^^.^ Qblenis. 
West Point Foundry, 1851. Phys. to St. Mary's 
Hosp. (N. Y.) for Children, 1870. Asst. Phys. to 
Women's Hosp. S. N. Y., 1870. Cons. Phys. to 
N. Y. Disp. for Sick Children, 1870. Prest. 
Alumni Ass'n, 1870. Manager Hudson River 
State Hosp., 1872. Vice-Prest. N. Y. Neurologi- 
cal Soc. Mem. of Ex. Com. of Centennial Med. 
Commission for Florida. 

William M. Lightfoot, 
Thomas B. Ligon, 
Joel B. Linsley, 
George W. Livesay, 
Charles F. T. Locke, 
Jonas Powell Loines, 

NewJorkCily. ' j^^^ j_ ^y, p^..^.^^ 

Coluinbus^ Miss. 
Alden S. Peck, 

Died in Lynn, Ct., of tj-phoid fever. 



Cornelius Olcott, 

Horace M. Paine, 

Lucius N. Palmer, 

Henry L. Parsons, 
Edwin P. Paschall, 
Robert A. Patterson. 
James H. Payne, 



Brooklyn, N. V. 

Albajty, N. V. 

Brooklyn, N. V. 

Geneseo, N. V. 



House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1849-50. 
House and Vaccine Phys. to Eastern Disp., 
N. Y., since 1853. Vaccine Phys. of Quarantine, 
N. Y., 1855 to 1870 inc. Died in N. Y. Cit>' Dec. 
»5, 1873. 

M. L. Long, 
John McAllister, 
Nelson McBride, 
Clark McDermont, 

Dayfon, Ohio. ^^^^ Yostori, 

Surg, to Soldiers' Nat. Asy. at Dayton, Ohio. _ ,,, -p 

Prest. Montgomery Co. Med. Soc, Dayton, 1861. J^l"^"^eS \V. Kanney, 
Surg. U. S. Vols., 1862. Med. Director Right , 

Wing Army of the Cumberland, 1862-63. Surg. ; JanieS A. Reed 
in Charge Cumberland U. S. Gen'l Hosp., Nash- 
ville, Tenn., 1863-64, and of the Officers' Hosp., 
Louisville, Ky., 1864. Surg. Gen. of Ohio, 1866- 
68. Received firom President Lincoln Brevet 
Rank of Lieut.-Colonel of U. S. Vols, 

Patrick W. McDonnell, 

New York City. 

Surg, to N. Y. Municipal Police. 



Edgerton Perry, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A. Died at Camp Collins, 
Colorado, April 17, 1863. 

George F. Perry, 

Centreville Station. N. V. 



New York City. 



Andrew E. McDowell, 
J. Clinton McGee, 
Thomas J. Maddox, 
E. L. Marshall, 
James W. Metcalf, 
Edward A. Metcalfe. 
Thom_as H. Miles, 



Asher Reiley, 

Fre7ichtowti, N. J. 

Tobias S. Ring, 
John O. Robinson, 
William C. Robinson, 
Amos W. Rogers, 
John H. Rogers, 
Cornelius J. Roosevelt, 
Charles D. Rossiter, 
Marcus L. Sharpe, 
Levi D. Sheets, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1862-3. Asst. Surg. 
I U, S. v., 1864^5. Not in practice. 



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James M. Sheffer, 
Thomas J. Smith, 
John R. Steptoe, 
John S. Stiger, 



Mendhain, N. J. 



WilHam Stoddart, 
Orlando Sampson Strange, 

St. George^ Bratit Co., Can. 
Jacob R. Stryker, 
Edwin D. Swift, 

Hamden, Ct. 
Robert N. C. Tate, 
David D. Tayloe, 

Washington, N. C. 
James W. Tuthill, 
John W. Tweedy, 
W. D. Urquhart, 
Henry Utley, 

Sterling, 111. 
Sylvester Van Syckel, 
Frederick W. Vogt, 
Newton F. Vowles, 
S. Augustine Walkup, 
Matthew Wallace, 
Henry E. Way, 

Bristol, Ct. 
J. S. Weatherly, 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Prest. Montgomery Med. and Surg. Soc, 1869- 
70. Vice-Prest. Amer. Med. Ass'n, 1870. 

J. Palmer Webster, 
Hamilton N. Wells, 

Talbotton, Ga. 
Edwin West, 

JVew York City. 
William H. Westfall, 
George D. Wilcox, 
Oliver D. Wilcox, 
William M. Withers, 
Archibald Wood, 
Marshall Woods, 
Thomas D. Woodward. 

Total. iA.6. 



1850. 

Charles Alexander, 

Union, Maine, 
Cyrus Backus, 
Edward G. Bartlett, 

New York City. 
Henry L. Battle, 

Bethany, Ga. 
Richard N. Beauchamp, 

Edmonton, Ky. 
Albert Bickford, 

Died in Camden, N. Y., about 1870, of phthisis 
pulmonalis. 

Mucele B. Bogan, 
Watson A. Bowron, 

New York City. 

Not in practice. 

William H. Bradford, 

Centreville, Fla. 
IxTi-a. B. Bridges, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Prest. St. Lawrence Co. Med. Soc, 1866. 

George W. Brooks, 

New York City. 
George Brown, 
Henry Weeks Brown, 

Univ. City of New York, 1846, A.B., 1849, A.M. 
Attg. Phys. Northern Disp., N. Y. Died in New 
York City, Dec. 17, 1864, of apoplexy, eet. 37. 

Samuel Hinman Brown, 

Asst. Surg. 174th Reg. N. Y. Vols. Died at 
Baton Rouge, La., of typhoid fever, set. 39. 

Paris B. Browne, 
David C. Card, 
Samuel T. Charlton, 
David D. Clark, 
DeWitt C. Clement, 

Mocksville, N. C 
William H. Clussman, 
Erasmus D. Crawford, 
William H. Cunningham, 

Died at Schoolsville, Ky., in 1875, of acute 
rheumatism. 



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George L. Hyslop, 



H. Hobart Curtis, 

Died in Quarantine Hosp., N. Y., about 1851, 
of typhus fever. 

John A. Dickson, 
John T. Doneghy, 
James Elliott, 

Newark, N. J. 
Wallace A. Ely, 

White Plains, N. V. 
Job F. H. English, 
Joseph T. Evans, 
Charles W. Everett, 
Samuel W. Everett, 
Samuel F. Forbes, 



Henry A. Ford, 

Dead. 

Levi Frey, 

James A. Glenn. 
Joel R. Gore, 



Toledo, Ohio. 



York, Pa. 



Chicago, III. 



Erastus W. Grimes. 
Stephen Griswold, 

Attg. Phys. to Northern Disp. N. Y., 1853 to 
1858. Surg. 38th Reg., N. Y. V. Died in Castle 
Pincknej', Charleston, S. C, Nov. 30, 1861, aet. 38. 

Luther Halsey Gulick, 

Madrid, Spain. 

Med. Missionary to Micronesia, Pacific Ocean, 
1851. Med. Miss, to Spain, 1871. 

Isaac C. Haring, 

Nyack, N. V. 
Cornelius E. Harlow, 

Died at Helena, Montana, in 1870. 

Eli F. Hendrick, 
John H. Henry, 



Selnia. Ala. 



Elisha A. Hewitt, 
James Howarth, 
E. D. Huggins, 
Jarvis N. Husted, 



New York City. 
Francis W. Iremonger, 

Died at Rossville, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1869, of soft- 
ening of the brain, aet. 45. 

Robert Iverson, 
Asa E. Johnson, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
McKenzie Johnston, 

Galveston, Texas. 
Thomas D. Jones, 
Walter L. Kellogg, 
John D. Kerly, 
William Kitchell, 

Died near Madison, N. J., Dec. 29, 1861, set 
34- 

Charles M, Lawrence, 
William Lomax, 

Mario ft, Ind. 
James Low, 

]\L de Lafayette McKenzie, 
Duncan J. McRae, 
Reuben D. Mauzy, 

Oakland, Cal. 
Robert Miller, 

Gait, Can. 
John Moore, 

Washington, D. C. 

Surg, and Br. Lieut.-Col. U. S. A. Vice-Prest. 
Alumni Ass'n, 1871. 

William H. Moore, 

Gcldsboro, N. C. 
James Neil, 

New York City. 

Exam. Surg. U. S. Pension Bureau, 1862 to 
1869. 

Thomas L. Nichols, 
Joseph D. O'Bannon, 
Thomas O'Brien, 



Henry H. Ostrom, 



Nathaniel C. Husted, 



New York City. Charles Page, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Alton, N. Y. 



New York City. \ Surg, U. S. Army, 



Washington, D. C. 



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Daniel S. Parker, 

John Parr, 

BiieU N. Y. 

Vice-Prest. Montg. Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc. 
Prest. same. 

William H. Pierson, 

Orange, N. J. 
Arthur M. Pitts, 
Edward W. Pope, 
Correll D. Potter, 
Lorin Bradley Putnam, 

Saratoga Springs, N. V. 

Sec. Saratoga Co. Med. Soc. Treas. of same. 

Silas H. Rathbone, 

Died in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Robert R. Rhodes, 

Brooklyn^ N. V. 
A. Henry Saffold, 
Gurdon Saltonstall, 
James W. Settle, 

Jeffcrsonton, Va. 
Henry Shearer, 
Francis B. Smith, 
John M. Snyder, 

Byron Spence, 

Starkey, N. V. 

Joseph T. Tenison, 

Dead. Lost off Cape Hatteras Sept. 12, 1857, 
at the sinking of the S. S. Central America, being 
at that time on duty as surgeon of the ship. 

John N. Todd, 
John K. Townsend, 

Died in New York City, June 3, 1856, ^t. 28. 

John W. TurnbuU, 

A^d'7£/ York City. 

Not in practice. 

Henry Van Voorheis, 
Joseph L. Wade, 
Edward L. Wager, 
Edward S. Walker, 

Prest. Herkimer Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, i860 
and 1866. Asst. Surg. 34th Reg., N. Y. V., June 
15, 1861 ; Surg. i2ist Reg,, N. Y. V., Oct. 22, 
1862 ; Surg. B'd of Enrolment 2Gth Cong'l Dist., 
May, 1863. 



Thomas Walsh, 

Fort Jervis, N. J. 
James H. Ward, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Henry K. Weiser, 

Died at Seven Valley, Pa., April, 1876. 

Horace G. Westlake, 
Matthew Whitaker, 
Elias Whittlesey 

Durham, N. Y. 

Prest. Greene Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc. Vice- 
Prest. same. 

Jacob S. Wigton, 

spring Valley, N. Y. 

Permanent Mem. N. Y. State Med. Soc. since 
1869. Vice-Prest. Rockland Co. Med. Soc, 1868- 
69. Prest. of same, 1869-78. 

Joseph H. Wilson, 
William P. Wookcock, 
George F. Woodward, 

Died in San Francisco, Cal. 

William H. Wootton, 
Isaac G. Worrall, 
Henry D. Wynans. 

1851. 

Franklin W. Anderson, 
A. Etienne Ansman, 
Sid. E. Babcock, 

Chester, S. C. 
Hardy M. Banks, 
Benjamin H. Benham, 

Batavia, N. Y. 
Hugh Berkley, 
William T. Blackford, 
William D. Briggs, 
Patrick T. Briscoe, 
Thomas I. T. Briscoe, 
John B. Bryant, 
Noah W. Buel, 
Marcus L. Byrn, 
Samuel Camp, 

Gt, Barrington, Mass. 



Total, 109. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Cyrus B. Clarke, 

Died at sea, Feb. 9, 1855, of phthisis pulmona- 
lis, aet. 26. 

Charles P. Coppedge, 

Wadesboro, N'. C 

Prest. Anson Co., N. C, Med. Soc, 1877. 

Gibson H. Cornwell, 
Matthew W. Cowen, 
David M. Crawford, 

Mifflifigtoivn, Pa. 

William S. Creveling, I 

Stanton, N. J. 
A. Ivers Cummings, 
Thomas T. Currie, 
De Witt C. Davis, 
Joseph A. Davis, 

Bloomficld, N. J. 
Francis H. Demere, 
Abraham Deyo, 
Robert Ogden Doremus, 

New York City. 

Prof, Chem. in N. Y. Med. Coll. Prof. Chem. 
in N. Y. Free Acad. Prof. Chem. in Bell. Hosp. 
Med. Coll. 

Jacob Ebersole, 
S. Hobart Estabrook, 
John Evans, 
Leonidas C. Ferrell, 
Williard R. Fitch, 
William H. Forbes, 
Robert Frame, 

Ca VI ilia , Ont., Can. 
Theodore Frierson, 

Columbia, Tenn. 
E. Franklin Gaddis, 
Joseph Ganahl, 
Jesse W. Givens, 
Robert H. Golder, 

Rossvilk, AL V. 

Censor Richmond Co. Med. Soc, 1875. 

Lapsley Y. Green, 
George Peter Hackenberg, 

Hudson, N. V. 

Asst. Surg, and Surg. U, S* V. from July 4, 



1862, to close of the war. Ex. -.Surg. U. S. Pen- 
sion Bureau, 1865. A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1S68. 

Thomas D. Haigh, 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
William S. Harris, 
Zeno T. Harris, 
Ransom Harwell, 
William H. Hegeman, 
A. Hendricks, 
Charles W. Hill, 
William M. Hill, 
Thomas W. Hutson, 
James W. Jackson, 
George W. Jenkins, 

Kilburn City, Wis. 
E. P. M. Johnson, 
Moses G. Jones, 
De Witt C. Kimble, 
William Knight, 

Died at Metuchen, N. J., Aug. 7, 1872, of gas- 
tric fever. 

Caleb B. Lam.pley, 

Greenville, Ala. 
William D. Leftwitch, 

Died at Huntsville, Ala., in 1869. 

George W. Lewis, 
Garrett B. Linderman, . 
Sandford A. Long, 
Alexander K. McDonald, 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 
William P. McGehee, 
George C. McGregor, 

Weseley, Texas. 
William H. McMath, 
Hugh A. McSwain, 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
James Might, 

Millbrook, Can. 
Thomas Clarkson Moffat, 

Asst. Phys. to Seaman's Retreat, S. I., 1851. 
Surg, to same from 1854 to the date of his death. 
Vice-Prest, Richmond Co. (N. Y.)Med. Soc. Vis. 
Phys. to Smith Disp. Died at Stapleton, N, Y., 
Dec. 26, 1S69, aet. 45. 



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Edward C. Mundy, 

Wes^ New Brighton, N. V. 
A. Newkirk, 
Charlej E. Nicholas, 
Abraham H. Nicholson, 
Abner M. Oliver, 
W. H. Peen, 

Brooklyn. 
Lewis F. Pelton, 

Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

House Surg. Brooklyn City Hosp., 1851. Surg. 
B'd of Enrolment loth Cong'l Dist., N, Y., one 
year. 

Gideon B. Perry, 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 
William E. Poole, 
Nathan H. Prewitt, 
Stephen J. Reynolds, 
Obadiah C. Rhame, 
Jackson L. Riley, 
Andrus J. Roosa, 
John T. Russell, 
D. Les D. Sheldon, 
Robert Sloan, 

Middle toivn, N. Y. 

William N. Snodgrass, 
Allen V. Snyder, 

EMclid, N. Y. 
James M. Staton, 
Joseph S. Stephens, 

Natchitoches, La. 
Jacob H. Stewart, 

St. Paul, Minn, 

City Phys. to Ramsey Co., Minn., 1856 to 1858. 
Surg.-Gen'l State of Minn., 1858 to 1868. Surg, 
ist Reg. Min. Vols., from April, 1861, to Sept., 
1863. Surg. B'd of Enrolment, 1864. Prest. State 
Med. B'd for Examining Candidates for Med. 
Staff, Minn. Vols. Pres. B'd of Phys. and Surg, 
to St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Paul. 

W. D. Stewart, 

Washington, D. C. 

Surg. U.S. Vols., 1861. Med. Director, U.S.A., 
1861-65. Ex.-Surg. for Pensions, 1867. Inspector 
U. S. Marine Hospital, 1868. Sanitary Inspector 
Board of Health, D. C, 1872-74. 






Oscar P. Stoll, cLud 
William D. Strother, 
Henry J. Sturr, 
Andrew J. Swaney, 

Castalian Springs, Tenn. 
Lewis Tice, 

Neiv York City. 

Union Coll., 1848, A.B. Assist. Surg. 17th Reg., 
N. Y. v., from Dec, 1861, to June, 1863. Died 
Dec. 23, 1872. 

James M. Tillapaugh, 
William C. Twyman, 
William H. Underbill, 

Seneca, III. 
Alfred Van Home, 

Springfield Centre, N. Y. 

Vice-Prest. Otsego Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 1868. 
Prest. same, 1869. 

Edward M. Vasser, 

Cahaba, Ala. 
Joseph H. Vondy, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Visiting Phys. to Jersey City Charity Hosp. 

John Walker, 
David S. Warden, 
Stephen D. Washburn, 

House Phys. in Seaman's Retreat Hosp., S. I. 
Died at the Seaman's Retreat Hosp., Feb., 1868, 
of typhoid fever, set. 43. 

Edmund P. White, 
George L. Whitesell, 
Franklin J. Whittemore, 

New Haven, Ct. 
Isaac W. Wiley, 
Thomas W. C. Williamson, 

Assist. Surg. 24th Reg., Ind. Vols. Died May 
24, 1863, of wounds received in battle at Cham- 
pean Hills, Miss. 

Thomas H. Wilsher, 

Died at Emigrants' Hosp., N. Y., of typhus 
fever, soon after graduation. 

Isaac I. Wilson, 

(2iiincy, III. 
James B. Woodward, 

Mofitpelier, Vt. 

Surg. loth Reg., Kansas Vols., for 3 years. 
U. S. Ex.-Surg., Vt. 



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Edward Worcester, 
Robert Worthington, 
Jotham D. Young. 

1852. 

Benjamin F. Adams, 
William Anderson, 

Versailles, hid. 

Surg. 37th Reg., Ind. Vols., from Oct., 1861, to 
Oct., 1864. Ex. -Surg. U. S. Pensions since 1866. 

James F. Barron, 
James Beatty, 
Bayard C. Belt, 
William R. Brownell, 

Surg. U. S. A., 1861-65. Died at Hartford, 
Ct., Dec. ist, 1873, aet. 45 years. 

Alison F. Buckley, 
Charles A. Budd, 

New York City. 

Univ. Citj- of N. Y., 1850, A.B. Trinity Coll., 
Hartford [ad eufid.), M.A. Prof, of ObsL X. Y. 
Med. Coll., i860 to 1863. Res. Phys. in Ep'c 
Cholera Hosp., N. Y., 1854. Prof. Obst. and Dis. 
Women and Children in Med. Dept. Univ. City 
of New York since 1865. Phys. to Jews' Hosp., 
N. Y., since 1865. Phys. to Charity Hosp., N. 
Y., since 1866. Con. Phys. to N. Y. S. Woman's 
Hosp. Visiting Phys. Bellevue Hospital since 1875. 
Con. Phys. Charity Hosp. since 1875. Prest. N. 
Y. Obstet. Soc, 1871. Died, May 17, 1877, after 
a long and painful illness. 

Daniel !M. Burgess, 

Havana, Cuba. 
Leonidas H. Cash, 

Smithes Grove, A\ C. 
Benjamin F. Chapman, 

DaJilonega, Ga. 
James Chapman, 

Medina, N. V. 

Surg. 8th Reg., N. Y. V. Cav., 1861. Assist 
Surg. 90th Reg., N. Y. V., 1862. Surg. 123d Reg., 

N. Y. v., 1863. Surg, ist Brigade, ist Div., 12th 
Corps, 1864. 

Edward D. Connery, 

Died at Washington, D. C, 1870. 

Florence 'M. Cornyn, 



Marcus Danziger, 
Alcides Destruge, 
William A. Dick, 
William Rice Donaghe, 

Yale Coll.. 1859, A.M. (hon.). House Phys. 
and Surg, in Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 1852-53. 
Lecturer on Anat. and Dem. Anat., Med. Depart- 
ment Univ. City of N. Y. Phys. to Colored 
Home, N. Y. Attg. Phys. to Demilt Disp., N. Y., 
for nine years. Surg, to St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y. 



Died in New York City, 

brain. 

Agrippa F. Duvall, 
David C. Fariss, 

Calvin M. Fitch, 

Edwin S. Fowler, 

John Nelson Fowlei 

David A. Fox, 



1869, of softening of the 



Lafayette, Ga. 

Chicago, 111. 

Chicago, III. 

Charlotte, Mich. 

Cli?itofi, Ct. 



Alex. M. Frazer, 
. Francis M. Garrett, 

\ Ringwood, N. C. 

House Surg. Bellevue Hosp., 1852-53. Dele- 
gate to Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va., in yellow 
fever epidemic, 1855. Surg, of .State Troops at 
Yorktown, 1861. Post Surg., Raleigh. N. C, 
1862. Brigade Surg., C S. A., 1863. Surg. 2d 
I N. C. Military Hosp., Petersburg, Va., 1864-65. 

William Roy Genung, 

Fort Branch, Ind. 
Daniel T. Gray, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
William Gregor, 

Assist. Coroner of Halifax, Nova Scotia. De- 
ceased. 

Edward Benjamin Haight, 

Mallorytoivn, Leeds Co., Cati. 
Milton Haines, 
Horatio A. Hamilton, 
George S. Harrison, 
James C. B. Harvey, 
A. Haynes, 



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Smith E, Hedges, 
John B. Henderson, 

Covington, Ga. 
Levi J. Henry, 
James G. Hillis, 

Deceased. 

Roscoe Hooker, 
Samuel H. Hiidnall, 
James M. Irvine, 
James H. Irwin, 

New York City. 

Died Oct. 16, 1872. 

Ebenezer P. Jarvis, 

Centre Moriches, N. Y. 
Augustus Jones, 
Daniel W. Jones, 

Newtonville, Mass. 
John W. Jones, 
Benjamin F. Joslin, 

New York City. 
Albert A. Kendall, 

Assist. Surg. 12th Reg., Mass. Vols. Died on 
the battle-field of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862, aet. 34. 

Jared Kennedy, 
Richard B. Kipp, 

Died in Newark, N. J., March 7, 1855, set. 24. 

Gilbert B. Lawrence, 
Benjamin F. Lawton, 
J. Edwards Leavitt, 

Died in St. Croix, W. I., Jan. 25, 1863. 

John H. Leveridge, 

New York City. 
John E. Lobstein, 
Charles T. Lyons, 
Henry G. McGonegal, 
Robert MacLimont, 

Died at Bath, Eng., 1863, of scarlatina. 

James S. McNeil, 

Argyle, N. Y. 
Joseph J. Marsh, 

Catoosa, Ga. 
Joseph Mayer, 
John V. Menagh, 
Henry T. Mesler, 



George H. Moore, 
Lemuel Franklin Moore, 

Died at Frankfort, Va., i860. 

Horace Norton, 
William L. Nunnelee, 

Gordon, Ala. 
Martin Orlady, 

Con7ielstown, Pa. 
William D. Outlaw, 
Lyman Packard, 
William P. Pierce, 

Letnont, III. 

Surg. 88th Reg., 111. Vols. Brigade Surg, ist 
Brigade, 2d Div.. 4th Army Corps. Mem. of 
Operating Board Atlanta Campaign. Vice- 
Prest. 111. State Med. Soc, 1875. Mem. Amer. 
Med. Ass'n. 

William Pierson, 

Orange, N. J. 

House Surg. B'klyn City Hosp., 1851-52. 
! Surg. Board of Enrolment N. J., 1863. Prest. 
[ Essex Dist. Med. Soc, 1865. Sec. Med. Soc. 

N. J. Vice-Prest. N, J. Acad, of Med. Surg. 
j of Memorial Hospital of Orange. Con. Surg. St. 

Barnabas Hosp., Newark. 

Henry C. Randall, 
William H. Randel, 
George C. Raynor, 

St. Johnsville, N. Y. 
Gideon Perry Reynolds, 
j Guilford, Ct. 

I Charles Robbins, 
! Gilbert D. Saltonstall, 
Henry P, Saunders, 

Alfred Centre, N. Y. 
A. Y. Schermerhorn, 

Alfred Centre, N. Y. 
Andrew Flint Sheldon, 

Pultneyville , N. Y. 

Assist. Surg. 7th N. Y. Cav., Oct., 1861. Surg. 
U. S. v., April, 1863. Bt. Lt. Col. U. S. V., 
Aug., 1865. Prest. Wayne Co. (N. Y.) Med. 
Soc, 1869. 

Henry Sheppard, 

New York City. 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



John W. Sheppard, 

Died in New York City of fracture of a cervical 
vertebra, the result of a fall. 

Philip William Shufelt, 

Ta^hkanic , N. V. 

Surg. 14th Reg., N. Y. V., 1862, one year. 

J. Van Namee Slawson, 

iV^w Cast/e, A'. V. 
Reuben A. Smith, 
Abraham H. Sommers, 

Rockville, Md. 
Henry ]Martyn Stevens, 

Water toivn, N. V. 

Exam. Surg. Pension Dept. 

Valentine H. Taliaferro, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Prof. Obstetrics Atlanta Med. Coll. Vice-Prest. 
Med. Ass'n of Ga. Prof. Mat. Med. and Thera- 
peutics Ogelthorpe Med. Coll., Savannah. Ga. 
Sec. Board of Health State of Ga. Prest. Adanta 
Acad, of Med. Surg. C. S. A. Delegate to In- 
ternational Med. Congress from Ga. Med. Ass'n. 

James A. Tillman, 
Herman B. Tuttle, 
John R. Vanderveer, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 
Eli W. A'ondersmith, 

Surg. 6th Reg., N. G. S. N. Y. 

William F. Walker, 
John O. Wilbar, 
William B. Wilson, 
Alfred Young. 

Total, 98. 



1853. 



John O. Adams, 



William V. Adams, 



Carmcl, K. V. 



Hillgrove, Va. 



Lemuel H. Akin, 
Matthew L. Allison, 

Died at Shellsburg, Pa., Dec. 24, 1861, of peri- 
carditis. 

Jared G. Baldwin, 

New York City. 



Francis M. Beekham, 
Julius Blodget, 
Alfred O. Bond, 
D. Norris Botsford, 
John A. Brosnaham, 
James F. Burrill, 

Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1855, set. 24. 

Thomas H. Butler, 
Samuel C. Caston, 

Deceased. 

Henry Collier, 

Asst. Surg. i20th Reg., N. Y. Vols. Died at 
Coxsackie, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1863, set. 30. 

Richard B. Conn, 
John R. Conover, 
George Washington Cook, 

Syracuse, N. V. 

Phys. to Onondaga Peniten'y and Jail, 1862 to 
1867. Ex. -Surg. U. S. Pensions since 1863. Surg. 
2d Batt. Cav., N. G. S. N. Y. since April, 1870. 
Prest. Onond. Co. Med. Soc, 1868-69. 

David Coon, 
Henry C. Cooper, 

Clifton Park, N. V. 
Seffrine Daily, 

Franklin, N. J. 
Sands Davis, 
Shemuel N. Dawson, 
John F. De Bardeleben, 
Ellery Dennison, 

New York City. 

Phys. to Northern Disp., N. Y., 1856 to 1861. 

Andrew W. Denny, 
Edward Woodruft'Derby, A.B., A.M. 
New York City. 

House Phys. in N. Y. Hosp., 1853-54-55. Attg. 
Phys. to Eastern Disp., N. Y., 1856 to 1S67. 

Joshua B. Dorsey, 

N'ew York City. 

Died March 14, 1875. 

Peter Duncan, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Harris R. Easterling, 

Bennettsville, S. C. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



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Jehu Eborn, 

Bath, N. C. 
William H. Edmonston, 
Franklin Everts, 

Deceased. 

Seth K. Faulkner, 

Bolckow, Mo. 

Not in practice. 

Christian J. Faust, 

Grahams T. O., S. C. 
Leonidas A. Few, 
James E. Gildersleeve, 

Port Jcfferso7i, N. V. 
Richard M. Green, 
Phineas K. Guild, 

'Jamaica, Mass. 
Walter E. Hall, 
Henry R. Hardin, 

Franklin, Ky. 
Samuel Haynes, 
John M. Hinkle, 

San Francisco, Cat. 
Fletcher E. Hobbs, 

Died, 1855, of phthisis pulmonalis. 

George W. Hodges, 

Sladesville, N. C. 
Henry H. Hudson, 
James T. Ivey, 
Henry B. Johnson, 

Beloit, Wis. 

Surg. 115th Regt., Ohio Vols., 1862-65. Visiting 
Phys. Wis. Asylum for the Insane, 1869-70. 

Bernard Laspeyre, 

James C. Lay, 

John Benjamin Lewis, 

Hartford, Ct. 

Surg. 5th Regt. InPtry, Conn. Vols., 1861-62. 
Surg. U. S. v., 1862-65. Surg, in Charge U. S. 
Gen'l Hosp., Cumberland, Md., 1863-65. Brevet 
Lt. Col. U. S. v., 1865. 

Taylor Lewis, 
William C. Lewis, 

Fcrryville, Ky. 



Alfred Jerome Long, 

Whitehall, N. V. 

Middleburg Coll. (Vt.), 1851, A.B. Phys. to 
Washington Co. (N. Y.), 1862-63. Health Officer 
of Village and Port of Whitehall, 1866-67. Prest. 
Washington Co. Med. Soc, 1869-70. 

Baker W. Mabrey, 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Deceased. 

William McBryar, 
Addison P. Macomber, 
Amos W. McCoy, 
John McNulty, 

New York City. 

Surg. U. S. V. .during the war. Not in practice. 

John C. Manson, 

Pittsfield, Me. 

Surg. 24th Reg., Maine Vols., 1862. Prest. 
Somerset Co. Med. Ass'n for two years. 

Hezekiah D. Martin, 
Thomas W. Meaghre, 
Orrick Metcalfe, 

Prof, in N. Y. Inst, for the Deaf and Dumb. ' , 

James B. Minturn, 
Robert E. Moore, 
Richard S. Morgan, 
Lewis Mulot, 

New York City. 

Lewis S. Murphy, 
Thomas F. Nolan, 
Robert W. North, 
John Gay Orton, 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

U. S. Ex.-Surg. since Jan., 1863. Con. Surg. 
N. Y. S. Inebriate Asylum, 1868. 

John W. Page, 

James A. Parker, 

De Witt Chnton Peters, 

House Surg. N. Y. Hosp. Surg. U. S. A. 1 

Alsey F. Pollard, 
George W. Post, 
Robert Ouigley, 
Cyrus Ramsay, 

Health Officer, City of New York. Died in 
New York City, April 13, 1871, of phthisis pulmo- 
j nalis, set. 50, 



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William H. Reed, 
George Riddell, 



Canisteo, N. V. 



Thomas Rivers, 
John Roseburgh, 

Hamilton, Out., Can.] 

Phys. to Hamilton Hosp. since i860. Phys. to j 
Hamilton Jail since 1859. Coroner for City of ; 
Hamilton and Co. of Wentworth since 1855. 
Licentiate Upper Can. Med. Board, 1852. M.D. 
Ad eundem Victoria Coll., Can., 1855. 

Moses T. Savage, 

Tarborough, N. C. 
Benjamin B. Shaw, 
William B. Sikes, 
John Simmons, 

Res. Phys. in N. Y. City Prison. Died in New 
York, June 24, 1867, of congestion of the brain. 

Abraham H. Smith, 
J. Keirn Smith, 
-George C. Starke, 

James T. Steves, 



John L. Zabriskie, 



Hicksford, Va. 
St. John, N. B. 



Ezekiel H. Taylor, 
Henry Thayer, 
Seneca B. Thrall, 
Peter T. Tunison, 
Oliver N. Tuthill, 
Edwin S. Whelan, 
William Eagles Whitehead, 

Ca re Su rg.-Gen., U. S. A., 

Washington, D. C. 

Asst. Surg, and Capt. U. S. A. 

WiUiam E. Wilson, 

Denver, Colorado. 

Asst. Surg. loth Reg., 111. Cav., 1862-63. Surg, 
same, 1863-64. Sec. Denver Med. Soc. Mem. 



Flatbush, L. I. 
Total, 102. 



1854. 



Hugh Alexander, 
William W. Alexander, 

Athens, Tenn. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A. during the war. Exam. 
Surg. U. S. Pension Bureau, Washington. 

A. J. AUeman, 

Varick, N. Y, 
James T. Alley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
George K. Amerman, 
James W. Ashford, 
William Henry Babcock, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A. Died at Gainesville, 
Texas, Oct. 2, 1859, et. 26. 

Henry S. Bacon, 

St. Marys, Ga. 
T. Allen Barber, 
John B. Barnett, 
Charles Carroll Bates, 

Aubjirn, N. V. 

Prest. St. Lawrence Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 
1867. Treas. Northern N. Y. Med. Ass'n, 1870- 
71. U. S. Ex. -Surg, for Pensions, 1867. Prest. 
Northern N. Y. Med. Ass'n, 1872-73. 

Jacob Baxter, 

Cayuga, Ontario, Cait. 

Surg, to Haldimand Co. Jail since 1856. Surg. 
to 37th Battn., Haldimand Rifles, since 1868. 



Colorado State Med. Soc. 

Charles S. Wolff, 
Charles Wright, 

Bevil G. Wyche, 
Oliver P. Yates, 



Joshua R. Beauchamp, 
Henry M. Bedford, 

New York City. 

Not in practice. 

Frank D. Beebe, 

Hamilton, N. Y. 
' Charles C. Bell, 
New York City. Thomas Benson, 
Thomas Blake, 
Charles A. W. Bostick, 



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Ezra Edson Boyd, 

Harino7iy, N. Y. 

Asst. Surg. ii2th Regt., N. Y. V., Aug. 13, 1862. 
Vice-Prest. Med. Soc. of So. Western N. Y., i860, 
Prest. Lake Shore Med. Soc, 1869. 

Edward G. Bragg, 
Edwin W. Brainard, 

East Haven, Ct. 
H. Pulaski Brown, 
Wyatt M. Brown, 

Sweet Springs, Mo. 
Miles H. Bryans, 
William Canniff, 

l^oronto, Can. 

Asst. Surg. Seaman's Retreat Hosp., L. I., 
1854. Asst. Surg. Royal Art'y from Dec, 1855, 
until after the close of the Crimean War. Lec- 
turer on Gen. Path, in Victoria Univ., 1858. Prof. 
Surg, in same, 1859. A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1865. 
Sec. Canada Med. Ass'n, 1867. Vice-Prest. same, 
1869. Prest. Med. Section Can. Inst., Toronto, 
1870. 

George Cornell, 
David P. Cutchin, 
George A. Cutler, 
John J. Dunlap, 
Edwin B. Dunning, 

Mat taw an, Mich. 
Theodore L. Estabrook, 

Rockland, Maine. 
Lewis D. Faber, 
Frederick B. Fincke, 
Benjamin W. Finney, 
Clifton Fowler, 
Frederick B. Franklin, 
Otto Fullgraff, 

New Yo?'k City. 
Robert A. Garvin, 
William W. Goodwin, 
Peter L. Greenleaf, 

Died Oct. 2, 1876, at Thompsontown, Pa., of 
heart-disease. 

Edgerton Griffin, 

Brantford, Brant Co., Can. 
John R. Haltiwanger, 



Elias B. Herr, 
Thomas Hill, 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Abraham F. Hunter, 
Ralph Isham, 

Chicago, III. 

U. S. Marine Hosp. 

Samuel H. Jameson, 
Sylvanus Jay, 
Charles J. Jenkins, 
Robert Jessop, 
George W. Jewett, 
Samuel Keith, 

Clinton, Iowa. 
Henry B. Kent, 
Isaac L. Kip, 

New York City. 
Thomas A. Krider, 
Wesley Krymer, 
Wilham C. Lankford, 

Loiiisbiirg, N. C. 
William J. Lawrence, 
Albert R. Lincoln, 
Henry H. Lloyd, 

Died at Montclair, N. J., in 1868. 

William P. Lott, 
John S. Lupton, 
Thomas Lynch, 
William J. McDermot, 
James W. McGuire, 

Belton, Texas. 
William P. McNeil, 
Thomas H. Maddux, 

St. Joseph, La. 
David B. Milliken, 
George B. Milton, 
Elisha V. Mitchell, 

Surg. 91st Reg.. Ind. Vol. Died March 31, 1865. 

Zebulon T. Murphy, 

Salem, Ala. 

Surg. C. S. A. for 4 years. 

Morgan M. Murray, 

Middle ton, N C. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Frederick B. Norcom, 

Chicago, III. 
Thomas Peter Norris, 

Ch a tta n ooga , Ten n . 

Ex.-Sur^. U. S. A., 1856 to i860, Surg. 
Sickles' Brigade, 1861. Attg. Phys. Brooklyn 
Cent. Disp., 1864. 

Francis H. Orme, 

Atla7ita, Ga, 
Kirk N. Packard, 
A. J. Palmer, 
George W. Palmer, 
John C. Plummer, 
James Ragland, 
John H. Richardson, 

James Rowell, 

Toronto, Can. 

Dem'r of and Lecturer on Gen'l Desc. Surg. 
and Clin. Anat. in Toronto Sch. of Med. since 
1861. Phys. to Toronto Gen'l Hosp. since 1861. 
Med. Health Officer and Public Vaccinator of 
Toronto since 1866. 

Edwin Clowes Rushmore, 

Hempstead, L. I. 
William B. Schermerhorn, 
Joseph F. Shephard, 
Joseph O. Snell, 

Red House, Va. 
Ralph Augustus Squier, 

Scranton, Pa. 
James L. Stephenson, 
James Stimson, 
St. George, Brant Co. , Ontario, Can. 

Univ. Vic, Coll. Med. Dept., in Toronto, Can., 
1855, M. D. 

James A. Sumpter, 
John Sutton, 
George J. Swett, 
Charles R. Taliaferro, 
George A. Terry, 
John W. Terry, 

Lost on Steamer " Pacific," 1856. 

Samuel S. Thorn, 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Prest. Milwaukee Med. Soc, 1857. Prest. 
Niagara Co. Med. Soc, 1865-68. Prest. Ohio 



State Med. Soc, 1875-76. Surg. 130th Reg., 
Ohio Vols., 1864. Surg. St. Vincent's Hosp., 
Toledo, Ohio. 

H. Halsey Tichenor, 
James A. Tillman, 
Martin A. Tinker, 
Louis A. Tourtelott, 

Utica, N. V. 

Assist. Phys. in New York State Lunatic Asy. 
at Utica, N. Y. 

, Caius C. Tyrrell, 

i William C. Van Buskirk, 

I William Walsh, 

I John A. Ward, 

! Walter S. Wells, 

Harvey H. Wickes, 

B utter nnts, N. V. 

Samuel G. Wiest, 

James H. Wikoff, 



Hugh Williamson, 

Joseph A. Winkler, 
Asa G. Wolcott. 



JVew York City. 



Total, 112. 



1855. 

Robert L. Annan, 

Emitsburg, Md. 
George T. Barrows, 

' Died at Mansfield, Ct., Apl. 15, 1855, set. 23. 

Jeptha D. Bass, 

Pittsburg, Texas. 
i Edwin B. Beers, 
j Charles W. Bell, 
I George L. Brooks, 
■ Jersey City, N. J. 

' James T. Brown, 
i Jared D. Brown, 

i Died at Oroville, Gal., i860, of septicaemia, 

i Amos H. Brundage, 

\ Newark, N. J. 

Asst. Surg. 6th Reg., N. Y. Vet, Cav., 1864-65. 

Francis Bull, 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



n 



Pati'ick 1. Burke, 

Died in New York City, March, 1858, of phthi- 
sis pulmonaUs. 

Edward Burr, 

Marcus A. Butler, 

John H. Campbell, 

Julius C. Caprey, 

Salvatore Caro, 

New York City. 

Univ. of Palermo, .Sicily, 1848, M.D. Surg. 
Sicilian Army, from June, 1848, to April, 1850. 
Visiting Surg, to City Hosp., Palermo, from July, 
1850, to Jan,, 1852. 

Alfred L. Carroll, 

Neiv Brighton, N. V. 

Ed. N. V. Medical Gazette. Health Officer at 
New Brighton, S. I,, 1872. 

Alexander G. Carswell, 
William I. Chaney, 
James T. Chappell, 
Elias A. Clarke, 
Edwin Clay, 
S. Woodson Coleman, 
James B. Cowan, 
Leonidas Crews, 

Steam Mill, Decatur Co., Ga. 
Charles D. Davis, 
Benjamin B. Drane, 
Walter H. Drane, 
Joseph E. Dulaney, 

Lebanon, Texas. 
Samuel C. Eaton, 
Henry A. Ellis, 
Thomas Evans, 
Robert Fenwick, 
Andrew Fisher, 

Amherstbiirg, Essex Co., Can, 
Gabriel H. Fort, 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. 

Eli Fox, 

Mohawk, N. V. 

Asst. Surg. 3d Reg., N. Y. Art. Surg; 17th 
Brig., N. G. S. N. Y. 

Nathan L. Galloway, 

Monroe, Ga, 



Watson M. Gentry, 
Caleb B. Gilbert, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Lyman C. Granger, 

A. A. Surg. U. S. N. Died at sea, June a6, 
1864, of pneumonia. 

Daniel M. Hall, 

Pineville, Ga. 
William G. Ham, 
George P. Hamilton, 
John E. Hamilton, 

Alleghany City. 
James H. Hayes, 
George B. Heard, 
Julius T. Holden, 

Mariana, Fla. 
Thomas A. HoUoway, 
Henry W. Holmes, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Joseph W. Howell, 
Hugh G. Jackson, 
William M. Kaiill, 
Lemuel H. Keebler, 
Henry L. Kelley, 
Lysander W. Kennedy, 

Cambridge, N, V. 
Patrick K. Kiernan, 
Henry King 
Charles C, Knight, 

Peekskill, N. Y. 

House Phys. Nursery Hosp., Randall's Island, 
1855. Phys. House of P«.efuge, Randall's Island, 
1856. 

Thomas W. Landrum, 
William W. Lane, 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. Surg, in Charge U. S. 
Marine Hosp., Wilmington, N. C, since 1875. 

Albert J. Long, 

John James Hervey Love, 

Montclair, N. J. 

La Fayette Coll., Easton, Pa., 1851, A.B. ; 
1854, A.M. Surg. 13th Reg., N. J. Vols., July, 

1862. Sufg. 3d Brig., ist Div., 12th A. C, March, 

1863. Surg, ist Div., i2th A. C, Army Potomac, 
from Aug., 1863, to Jan.. 1864. 



yS UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



William C. McDuffie, 

Fayetteville^ N. C. 
William G. Meachem, 
Girolomo Miliano, 
James A. Miller, 

Rocky Point, N. C. 
James E. Miller, 
Edward Joseph Ogden, 

Oakville, Out., Can. 

Prof. Surg, in Univ. of Victoria Coll., Can., 
1856 to 1858. Surg. 20th Battalion. 

Philip O'Reilly, 

Died at Nyack, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1869, set. 31. 

Reuben B. Pattison, 
James Stuart Phillips, 

Malojie, AL V. 

Sec. Franklin Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 1856-57 
and 1869. 

Samuel C. Pointer, 
Joseph L. Pope, 
William H. Pope, 
Edwin D. Ramsdell, 

A^^w York City. 
Columbus L. Redwine, 
Robert H. Redwood, 
William I. Reese, 
James K. Rushin, 
Nathan W. Sally, 

Willis ton, S. C. 
Surg. C. S. A. 

John H. Saunders, 
Samuel D. Seelye, 

Montgomery, Ala, 

Vice-Prest. Montgomery Med. and Surg. Soc, 
1874. 

Jam_es Simpson, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Mem. Board of Health, San Francisco, 1874-78. 
Prest. Board of Med. Examiners, State of Cali- 
fornia. 

David S. Smith, 

Irvington, N. Y. 
Robert B. Smith, 
Timothy C. Smith, 



New York City. 
Detroit, Mich. 



George Steinert, 

Peter Stewart, 

Henry R. Stiles, 

Middletown, N. Y. 
Milton O. Stribhng, 

Mansfield, La. 
Sylvester S. Strong, 

Saratoga Spri7igs, N. Y. 

Not in practice. 

James Hervey Studdiford. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1854. 
Prest. Hunterdon Co. (N. J.) Med. Soc. Died 
at Lambertsville. X. J., March 23, 1870, of phthisis 
pulmonaUs, set. 37. 

David Terry, 

Rem sen, N. Y. 
George F. Thomson, 
A. Henry Thurston, 

House Surg. N. Y. Hosp., 1854. Surg. U. S. 
V. Died at Louisville, Ky., about 1866. 

, David R. Wallace, 

Waco, Texas. 

' Surg. C. S. A. from June, 1861, until close of 
I war. Prest. Waco iSIed. Soc. Prest. Texas State 
I Med. Ass'n. Supt. State Lunatic Asylum since 
' 1874. 

William Wallace, 

Providence, R. I. 
James H. Weaver, 
Francis Varian White, 

New York City. 

Univ. City of N. Y., 1852, A.B. ; 1855, A.M. 
House Surg, in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1856-57. 
Attg. Phys. to Eastern Disp., N. Y., 1857-58. 

Isaiah White, 

Elko, Nev. 
Christopher C. Wilkinson, 
John B. Wilkinson, 

Died of pneumonia. 

John B. Williams, 
John B. Wilson, 
Shadrack N. Winkler, 
William D. Witherspoon. 

Total, 106. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



79 



1856. 

Emil Aichele, 

Jonesviile, Ind. 
Aaron Alward, 

St. John's, N. B, 

Asst. and House Surg, in Bellevue Hosp., N. Y. 

William R. Andrews, 
William L. Armstrong, 
Thomas S. Bahan, 

New York City. 

Surg, to Park Hosp., N. Y., 1862. Attg. Phys. 
to Northern Disp., N. Y., 1867. Treas. Medico- 
Leg. Soc, N. Y., 1869 to 1871. Vice Prest. 
Alumni Ass'n. Med. Dept. Univ. City of New 
York, 1876-78. 

Andrew J. Bailey, 
Thaddeus O. Bannister, 

Odell, III. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A.. 1862-65. 

Peter M. Barclay, 
David E. Beadle, 

PapillioHy Neb. 
Albert A. Bostick, 
Samuel S. Bowers, 
John A. Brady, 

Loiiisville, Ky. 

Surg, ist Reg., Ky. Cav., U. S. V., iS6i to 
1864. 

Peter B. Breinig, 
Patrick T. Brennan, 

Died in New York City, Jan. 18, 1868, set. 34. 

James Livingston Brown, 

New York City. 

Columbia Coll., A.B., A.M. Attg. Phys. to 
Demilt Disp., N. Y., since i86r. Phys. to State 
Woman's Hosp. since 1867. Phys. to Strangers' 
Hosp., N. Y., 1870. Died in N. Y. City, Feb. 4, 
1873, of pneumonia. 

William G. Bulger, 
Edwin Byington, 

Died at Belvidere, N. J., 1868, of tonsillitis, 

John H. Carroll, 

Died at Lewisburgh, Ark., i860. 

William A. Castleman, 



Romeo Felix Chabert, 

Hoboken, N. J. 

Phys. to St. Mary's Hosp., Hoboken, since 
i£6i. 

Marcellus P. Christian, 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. Navy, 1859-61 . Surg. C. S. 
Navy, 1861-65. 

William C. Cleveland, 
Reuben Cobb, 

Tarborough, N. C. 
William Z. Cock, 
Daniel W. Cooper, 
Richard Corcoran, 

Surg. U. S. Army during the war. Deceased. 

James Crawford, 
Robert Henry Davis, 

York, Haldimand Co., Can. 

Queen's Coll.. Kingston, Can., 1858, M.D. 

Jacob Israel Denman, 

Scottsville, N. Y. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. V. four months in 1865. 

I George S. Dilts, 
Kinsman C. Divine, 
Erastus W. Dunson, 
Henry B. Dwelle, 
Michael A. Finneli, 
James M. Ford, 
John H. Forsyth, 
Albert H. R. Frederick, 
Guido J. F. W. Fuhrmann, 

New York City. 

Inspector Met. B'd of Health, N. Y. Sec. Am, 
Med. Ass'n. Sec. N. Y. Co. Med. and N. Y. Path'l 
Societies. Ed. Med, Register, City of New York. 
Clin. Asst. in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. 
Attg. Phys. to Demilt and N. E. Dispensaries, 
N. Y. Ex.-Surg. to 4th Reg., Art., N. G. S. 
N. Y. Ex.-Phys. to U. S. Sanitary Com'n. Ex.- 
Surg. to Park Barracks, N. Y. Ex.-Surg. U. S. 
V. Ex.-Surg. Dutch Navy. Eng. Commissioned 
Emigrant Surg. 

Gabriel A. D. Gait, 

Norfolk, Va. 
Surg. c. S. N. 

John P. Gilbert, 



8o UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK 

Hermann Gnadcndorff, 
John \V. Gray, 
Roger M. Gray, 



Troy, N. V. 
Avon, A\ V. 



1866. Died at Tracadie, N. B., 1866, of phthisis 
pulm., Bet. 32. 



Thomas A. Gregory, 
Wesley Grindle, 
George A. Hamihon, 
Thomas M. Harbisonj 
Amos H. Hardcastle, 
Reuben Ira Rickey, 



Charles J. Nordquist, 

luckahoe, N. V. 
Arminius Oemler, 

Stratford, Ct. ^^^O' J- Parramore, 

Sanford P. O., Fla. 

Surg. 50th Ga. Reg., C. S. A., during the war. 

Frederick H. Perry, 
Boiling A. Pope, 



Aultsville, Djindas Co., Can, 1867 to i 



House Surg, Bell. Hosp., N. Y. Lecturer on 
Dis. Eye and Ear in Med. Dept. Univ. of La., 



James Holland, 
Nathaniel R. James, 
William F. Jenkins, 

Camilla, Ga. 
James E. Jenks, 

£ast Avon, A'. K 
Thomas Kennard, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

House Phys. to Jews' Hosp., N. Y., 1856. Asst. 
House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1856. Vice- 
Prest. Med. Ass'n, State of Mo., 1871. 

Philip S. Leaming, 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Morriss Leftwitch, 
Samuel W. Little, 



Francis W. Potter. 

Wilmingtoft, N, C. 
George W. Ribble, 
John T. Richardson, 
Littleberry R. Rose, 

Mt. Pleasant, N, C. 
Dudley Dunn Saunders, 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Prof. Surgical and Descrip. Anat. in Med. Coll. 
of Memphis, 

Joseph W. Scholl, 
Joseph G. Shaw, 

New York City. 
John W. Shinholser, 



Daniel C. Logue, 

New York City 
John A. Love, 
John T. McCune, 

Died at Columbus, Miss., 1862. 

Charles H. Mason, 

A. A. Surg. U. S. N. Died Oct., 1864. 

Andrew J. Mead, 
Charles J. F. Meriwether, 
Duncan Metcalfe, 
James A. Minich, 



Clarksville, N c i ^^^^^^"^ ^mith, 
, Daniel W. Smith, 



Newark, N J. 
Elias A. Stockton, 
Henry F. Thomas, 

Belchertow7i, Mass. 
James G. Thomas, 

Savannah, Ga. 

Surg. C. S. A. during the war. Prof. Clinical 
Med. in Savannah Med. Coll. since 1870. 

Milton H. Thomas, 

Monroe, Ga. 



Indianapolis, Ind. Jonathan C. Trcscott, 



Lettsom Mott, 
James Nicholson, 

Phys. to the Tracadie Lazaretto from 1863 to 



Charles Van Allen, 
Levi Warren, 



Norwich, Ct. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



8i 



Washington J. Wellman, 

New York City. 
Washington A. West, 
George F. Wetherell, 

Lyons, Iowa. 

Asst, Surg. 26th Reg., Iowa Vols., 1861. Surg, 
same Reg. from 1862 to close of the war. 

Henry WilHams, 

House Surg. Island Hosp., N. Y. City, 1856. 
Asst. Syrg. 9th Reg., N. J. Vols., 1861. Surg, 
and Chief of Hosp. at Beaufort, N. C, during 
Burnside's Campaign, and was with Gen. Sher- 
man in his " March to the Sea." Prest. Essex 
District Med. Soc. in 1868, Phys. to St. Michael's 
Hosp., Newark. Mem. Board of Ex. for Pensions. 
Died at Newark, N. J., May 14, 1876. 

Samuel E. Winnemore, 

Benton, Ala. 
Addison W. Woodhull, 
A. Empire Wright, 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Surg. C. S. A. 

Simeon J. Zabriskie. 

Westwood, N. J. 
Total, 97. 

1857. 

Franklin B. Abbott, 

Elmira, N. Y. 

Asst. Surg. N. Y. Ophthalmic Hosp., 1857. 
A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1864. 

Godfrey Aigner, 

Ne:iv York City. 

Res. Phys. in New York Disp. 

Henry F. Andrews, 

WasJiington, Ga. 

Asst. and House Surg., Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 
1857-58. Surg. Provisional Army, C. S. A. Phys. 
St. Joseph's Convent and Orphanage, Washing- 
ton, Ga. 

Solomon Andrews, 

Tottenville, N. Y. 
William L. Beall, 

Douglass P. Beatty, 
John H. Bedell, 
6 



David E. Belknap, 
James C. Blakey, 

Talladega, Ala. 
Josiah M. Blood, 
Joseph Bluxome, 
Frank Bond, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
William H. Bramblett, 

N'ewbern, Va. 

Surg. C. S. A. during the war. 

David C. Brian, 
William L. Brown, 
John R. Buist, 

Nashville, Tentt. 

House Phys. in Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 1856- 
58. Asst. Surg, and Surg. C. S. A. from 1861 
until the close of the war. 

John W. Burge, 

Thomas Burgess, 

Charles McDonald Cameron, 

Port Hope, Dtcrham Co., Can. 
Robert F. Carlin, 
Meigs Case, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. 43d Reg., N. Y. V., 1861. Surg, 
same Reg. from Dec, 1861, to May, 1864. 

Charles M. Clark, 

Chicago, III. 

Asst. Surg. 39th Reg., III. Vols., 1861. Surg, 
same Reg. from June, 1862, to Dec, 1865. Surg, 
to Chicago Soldiers' Home. 

David M. Clay, 

Shi'cveport, La. 
James B. Clifton, 
Thomas E. Collier, 
Edward E. Collins, 
Stephen G. Cook, 
Joseph Crawford, 
Benjamin M. Cromwell, 

Albany, Ga. 

Asst.L^urg. p. A. C. S., 1861. Surg. C. S. A. 
from 1862 to close of war. 

John C. Dickens, 
James Doty, 

Barking Ridge, N. J. 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



John C. Draper, 

Neiv York City. I 

House Surg. Bellevue Hosp., N. Y. Prof. ' 
Phy.s. in Coll. City of New York. Prof. Chem. 
in Med. Dept. Univ. City of New York. 

John C. Dubois, 

Hudson, N. V. 

House Surg. N. Y. Hosp.. 1856 to 1858. A. A. | 
Surg. U. S. A. 

James T. Edwards, i 

IVt'sf Carlisle, Ohio. 
Hamilton E. ElHs, . 

Joseph Oakley Farrington, | 

New York City. 
John A. Field, 

James H. Forbes, I 

William Freeman, 

Georgetown, Halton Co., Can. 
Aaron C. Frost, 
Charles A. Gallagher, 
Rodger L. Gamble, 
Byron Ghent, 
John J. Glover, 
Elisha G. Greenlee, 

A ustralia , Miss. 

Univ. Penn., A.B.. 1854. Senior House Surg. 
Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1857-58. Surg. Blackbal!- 
Line of Ships, 1858. Surg. C. S. A. from 1862 
until the close of the war. 

Matthew P. Greensword, 

Poughkeepsie, N'. Y. 

House Surg. Charity Hosp., N. Y. City, 1857- 
58. Surg. Ne-.v York and Liverpool Litie of Pack- 
ets, 1858. Surg. C. S. A., 1S62, until the close of 
the war. 

Daniel F. Gunn, 



Timothy Guy, 
C. F. W. Haase, 

Surg. 5th Reg., N. G. 

J. Jefferson Hales, 
Matthew R. Hall, 



Fort Gai7ies, Ga. 



New York City. \ 

N. Y., 1861. i 



Warrenton, Ga. 



George S. Hardaway, 

Asst. and House Surg, in Bellevue Hosp., 
N. Y.. 1857-58. Died at Columbus^ Ga., 1869, of 
phthisis. 

Josiah Harrington, 
Charles H. Harris, 
Brodie Herndon, 

Died of yellow fever at Mobile, Ala., 1870. 

Dabney Herndon, 

Deceased. 

Samuel V. D. Hill, 

Macon, Miss. 

Surg, in Chief of Quintard Gen'l Hosp. C. S. 
A., 1862-64. Prest. Miss. State Med. Associa- 
tion, 1870. 

Hugh W. Hogan, 
Duponceau Hooper, 
Charles H. Hunter, 
Isaac W. Jones, 

Salisbury, N'. C. 
La Fayette H. Jordan, 
W. I, Jordan, 
William D. Kearns, 
John R. Keating, 
James T. Kcll, 

Charlotte, N. C 
Edward Kelly, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Samuel N. Kennerly, 

Killed in battle Aug. 21, 1864, in the Petersburg 
and Weldon Railroad fight. 

James Lawlor Kiernan, 

Trinity^ Coll., Dublin, A.B. Ed. N. Y. Med. 
Press, 1859 to 1861. Asst. Surg. 69th Reg., N. Y. 
v., 1861. Surg. 6th Mo. Cav. Vols. Ex.-Surg. 
U. S . Pensions Bureau. Died in New York City, 
November 26, 1869, of apoplexy, following conges- 
tion of lungs and brain, aet. 33. 

D. Lowell Lamson, 
Searles Mars Lewis, 

Bloo7nJield, Ky. 
Patrick Lynch, 

New York City. 
James McGuire, 

County Line, N'. C. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



83 



George A. Manwaring, 
Henry C. Martin, 
George W. Metcalfe, 

Died at Ovvego, N. Y., Nov., 1874, of chronic 
Bright's disease. 

Asa P. Meylert, 

New York City. 
John H. Mooers, 
George W. Morrall, 
Alfred E. Morton, 
Cornelius H. Murphy, 

Surg, 69th Reg., N. Y. V., 1861. Died in Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., July 21, 1869, oi morbus Brightii. 

William L. Nelson, 

Died at Thundering Springs, Ga,, July 4, 1859, 
of a gunshot wound. 

Samuel C. Oliver, 

Died in Montgomery Co., Ala., 1870, of hemor- 
rhagic malarial fever. 

William O'Meagher, 

New York City. 

Ed. N. Y. Med. Press, 1859-60. Res. Phys. and 
Surg, in St. Vincent's Hosp., N. Y., 1858 to 1861. 
Phys. to N. Y. Disp., 1861. Surg. 37th Reg., N. Y. 
v., 1863. Surg. 69th Reg., N. Y. V., 1864-65. Ex.- 
Surg. for Pensions, 1865 to 1869. Sanitary Insp. 
M. B. H. for Richmond Co., 1868-69. Fellow New 
York Acad, of Medicine, 1870. 

James C. O'Neil, 
Lewis H. Orme, 
Urbane G. Owen, 

College Grove, Teiin. 

House Phys. Brooklyn City Hosp., 1857-58. 

J. Rockey Park, 
WilHam H. Park, 
James H. Patterson, 
William L. Peugh, 
George A. Quinby, 

House Surg, to N. Y. Hosp., 1857 to 1859. 
Visiting Surg, to St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y. Not 
in practice. 

Edgar Reading, 

Chicago, III. 

Prof, of Phys. and Diseases of Genito-Urinary 
Organs in Bennertt Med. Coll., Chicago. 

John Louthain Roberts, 

Died in New York City, Jan. 3, 1866, aet. 35. 



William Robert Robinson, 

Newark, N. J. 
Henry B. Ross, 

Sladesville, N. C. 
Robert M. Savage, 
Edwin Pomeroy Sheldon, 

Asst. Surg. 5th Kansas Cav., Feb., 1862. Died 
at Fort Scott, May 5, 1862, of pneumonia, the re- 
sult of overwork and exposure, 

Jonathan C. Sibley, 
Smith Southard, 
C. Wilshire Stegall, 
Samuel H, Stephenson, 
Isaac Steves, 
J. Henry Stiger, 

Mendham, N. J. 
Thomas M. Stroud, 
Sydney D. Sutton, 

Caiithron P. O., Ark. 

Surg. C. S. A., from May, 1861, to close of war, 

Augustus R. Taylor, 

Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Surg. 44th Ga. Regt. during the war, and Mem. 
of Retiring Board of Gen'l Rhodes' Division. 

James L. Teel, 
Edwin B. Thompson, 

Orange, N. J. 

Attg. Phys. to N. W. Disp., N.Y., for two years. 
Attg. Phys. to Northern Disp., for three years. 
A. A. Surg. U. S, A., from Oct., 1862, to Oct., 
1866. 

Frederick A. Toomer, 

Perry, Ga. 
Charles A. Vanderveer, 

Asst. Surg. 15th Reg., Maine Vols. Died at 
Carrollton, La., July 16, 1862, of typhoid fever. 

P. Henri Van der Weyde, 

Neiv York City. 
James E. Van Wagner, 

Madison, N. J. 
Charles J, Walton, 

New York City. 
Charles A, Ward, 
Edward A. O. Ware, 
Highland A. Weed, 



84 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Donald WilliamS) 

Tarborougli, AL C. 
John Hewitt Wilson, 

A^ew York City. 

Licentiate of the Faculty of Phys» and Surg., 
Glasgow, Scotland, 1844. 

William H. Wilson, 

Asst. Demr. Anat. in Med. Department Univ. 
City of New York. 

Total, I20» 



1858. 



John U. Abell, 

Swan Quarter <^ N. C, 
Robert P. Alexander, 
John B. Amiss, 

Waverlie^ Va. 
Richard Anderson, 

Albemarle, N. C 

Asst. Surgv C. S. Av Prest. Pee Dee Med. Soc. 

Tazwell Z. Anderson, 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. during the war. 

Augustus A. Atwood, 

Died in New York City, 1876. 

Warren M. Babbitt, 

Randolph, Mass. 
Lewis Frederick Baker, 

Surg. 6th New York Art. Vols. Died at Fort 
Reno, near Washington, D. C, Sept. 5, 1864, of 
typhoid fever, set. 30. 

William H. Barnes, 
William G. Barton, 
Lycurgus M. Bell, 

Currituck, N. C. 
Milous W. Blackman, 
James S. Blair, 

Pioneer Mills, N. C. 
Memory Bonner, 
Samuel A. Brewton, 
Harvey E. Brown, 

Care Szirg.-Gen. U. S. A., 

Washington, D. C 

Asst. Surg, ist Reg., Excelsior Brigade, N. Y. 
v., 1861. Surg, from Aug. 29, 1861, to Dec, 1862. 
Asst. Surg. Ut S. A. since April 13, 1863. 



I Clarence Cameron, 

House Phys. to New York Hosp., 1858 to i860. 
Attg. Phys. to New York Disp. Died in New 
York City, June i, 1865. 

Sylvester Campbell, 

Died at CarroUton, La., holding at that tim 
I the position of Asst. Surg. U. S. V. 

George A. Carter, 

Ebenezer N. Chamberlin, 

Powhattan Clarke, 
j William P. Coleman, 
I William W. Crandall, 

An clover, N". Y. 

■ Vice-Prest. Hornellsville Acad, of Med., 1875- 
I 76, Prest. of same, 1877. 

' Charles C. Cundall, 

West Killingly, Ct. 
John George Dearborn, 

Charlestown, Mass. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. N. from Feb., 1864, to Jan., 
1866. Phys. to Mass. State Prison since 1869. 

I Thomas V. De Bowes, 

I Brooklyn, N Y. 

j Henry S. Desanges, 

: Thomas Donehoo, 

William G. Drake, 

Henry Draper, 

A^ew York City. 

Prof. Natural Science, University City of New 
York, i860. Prof. Phys. in Med. Depart, of same, 
I 1867. Prof. Phys. and Analyt. Chem. in Scien- 
I tific Dept. of Univ,, 1871, 

■ Alex. Erskine, 
John H. Erskine, 

1 Henry M. Faust, 

I Graha7n, S. C. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. 

I Hugh Ferguson, 
Henry N. Fisher, 

House Phys. in New York Hosp., 1858-59. A, 
A. Surg. U. S. A., 1862. Asst. Surg. U. S, A., 
186-. Died in New York Citj', March 16, 1863, of 
typhoid fever, aet. 29. 

Oscar E. Foote, 
John M. Forshee, 

Asst. Surg. Seaman's Retreat Hosp., S. L A, 



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A. Surg. U. S. A. Died while in the service at 
Fortress Monroe, Nov. 25, 1862, set. 26. 

T. Shelton Fox, 
Morris J. Franklin, 
John A. Gallagher, 

WasJiingtmt, N. C. 
Nelson Augustus Garrison, 

Stony Point, N. V. 
John Goode, 

Magnolia, Ark. 

Surg. C. S. A. during the war. 

Lucien Hall, 
William H. Hall, 

New York City. 

Henry De Costa Hanners, 

Hoosic Falls, N. V. 

CoKimbia Coll., 1849, A.B. Ex. Surg. U. S. A. 
and N. Pension Bureau. 

George E. Harris, 
Samuel S. Harris, 

Ca_pe Girardeau, Mo. 

House Phys. in N. Y. Hosp., 1859 to 1861. 

Alfred J. Harrison, 

New York City. 

John Hawkins, 

Petersburg, Ind. 
Andrew J. Hemphill, 
James D. Hewitt, 
John W. Hill, 
John G. Hislop, 

Died in New York City, Oct. 39, 1867, of cardiac 
disease, set. 46. 

Abbott Hodgman, 



New York City. 



Ernst F. Hofmann, 
John R. Hogan, 



Harvey Hunt, 
Samuel M. Jamison, 

Edgefield, Tenn. 
William H. Jeffries, 
William I. Jones, 
Josiah F. Kennedy, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
Lucian E. King, 
James Augustus Lanier, 

Surg. C. S. A. Aug., 1S62. Died while on duty 
at Louisville, Ky., set. 26. 

John R. Larkins, 
William Lillie, 
Peter J. McCormick, 

Yazoo City, Miss. 

Surg. C. S. A., 1862-65. Prest. Miss. State 
Med. Soc, 1876. 

Anthony A. McDonough, 

Surg, isrst Reg., 111. Vols. Died at Paducah, 
Ky., Sept. 22, 1863. 

Andrew McKenzie, 
Caird Ryerson McLean, 

Meaford, Grey Co., Can. 
George W. Martin, 

Aicgusta, Maine. 

Asst. Surg. 6th Reg., Me. Vols., 1861-2. Surg. 
4th Reg., Me. Inft., 1862-3. Surg. 2d Reg., Me. 
Vet. Vols., 1863-65. Med. Director West Fla. and 
South Ala., 1864-65. Surg. Togus Military Asy- 
lum, 1868-69. City Phys. Augusta, Me., 1868-69. 
Surg, ist Reg., Me. V. M., for six years. Med. 
Director Military Forces of Maine for six years. 

Rawley W. Martin, 

Pittsylvania, C. H., Va. 
Richard B. Maury, 
Henry B. Millard, 

New York City. 
William D. Miller, 
! Patrick H. Mitchell, 



Chapel Hill, N C. Alexander J. Monroe, 

Manchester , N. C. 
William S. Moody, 
Benjamin W. Moore, 
John H. Murphy, 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 
Joseph D. Nations, 



Simon A. Holt, 
Joseph J. Hull, 

New York City. 

House Surg, in N. Y. Hosp., 1858 to i860. A. A. 
Surg. U. S. A. Visiting Surg, to St. Luke's Hosp., 
N. Y. Visiting Phys. to Nursery and Child's 
Hcsp., N. Y. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



George L. Neal, 

Sakm, Ind. 

Act. AssL Surg. U. S. A., 1864. Ex. Surg. 
U. S. Pensions. 

John Neff, 
James D. Norton, 
Junius O'Brien, 
William Wing Parke, 

Died in Cincinnati, O., Aug. 8, 1863, of tj-phoid 
fever, contracted while in the discharge of his duty 
as Asst. Surg. U. S. N. 

Wilber F. Peck, , 

Charles G. Polk, 

PhiladelpJiia, Penn. 

Act Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1865-68. Prof, of 
Chemistry Phila. Col. of Pharmacy, 1875-76. 
Surg, in charge Quarantine Hosp., Charleston, 
S. C, 1866. 

James P. Prince, 
Robert Rae, 

Portageville, N. Y. 
Francis B. Richerson, 

Neu> York City. 
Alexander D. Riddell, 
Robert R. Robeson, 
Lacklan ]\I. Ross, 
William W. Ross, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Judson G. Shackelton, 
James W. Shuey, 

Amsterdam, Va. 
William R. Sikes, 
Patrick H. Simmons, 
John Sistrunk, 
Daniel r^I. Skinner, 

Belleville, N. J. 
Leonard A. Slater, 

Slatersville, Va. 

Univ. of Md., A.B., 1856. Asst. Surg. C. S. A., 
1861. Surg. Va. Cav. Regs., 1863-65. Surg, to 
Genl. Hosp., Columbia, S. C, 1865. Surg. -in- 
Chief Gen. Hosp. No. 10, 2d Div., State of N. C. 

J. Pascal Smith, 

Chicago, III. 

Princeton Col., A.B., 1855. House Phys. to 
the Island Hosp., N. Y. Cit>% 1859. Asst. Surg. 
69th Reg., N. Y. Vols., during part of the war. 



Attg. Phys. to North-western Dispensary. Died 
in New Jersey, Oct. 11, 1872. 

William J. Smith, 
Marion Staggers, 
Robert M. Stephens, 
Samuel Stinson, 
James R. Stone, 
Gilbert L. Strait, 
Lycurgus L. Strozer, 

Surg. C. S. A. Died at Albany, Ga., in 1871. 

George W. Swett, 
Alexander Tinsley, 
Benjamin F. Treadwell, 
John W. B. Wades, 
Edmund R. Walker, 
Joshua C. Walker, 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Benjamin F. Warden, 
Augustus Wheelus, 

Green Point, N. Y. 

W. Edward White, 
Stuart White, 
Joseph W. Whitlock, 
William A. Williamson, 
Charles B. Willis, 
Lewis F. W^oltz, 
Charles Wright, 
Moses S. Zirkle, 

Rockingham Co., Va. 
Total 127. 



1859. 



John Anderson, 
William S. Armstrong, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Surg. Provisional Army, C. S. A. Prof. An- 
atomy Atlanta Med. Coll., 1867-70. Phys. Ga. 
Baptist Home. Phys. Ga, Methodist Orphans' 
Home. Prest. Atlanta Acad, of Med. 

Timothy Babb, 
William T. Bacon, 

Lake City, Fla. 

John S. Barnwell, 



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Grove S. Beardsley, I 

U. S. N., ]Vashi7igto7i, D. C. 

Asst. U. S. N., 1861. Passed Asst. Surg. U. S. 
N., 1864. Surg. U. S. N., 1866. 

Frederick Bedford, 

New York City. 

House Phys, in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1859-60. 

Curtis Harvey Bill, 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

Surg. 15th Reg. Inf., U. S. A., from Nov., 1861, 
to Aug., 1863. Surg. -in-Chief to Howard Hosp., 
Nashville, Tenn., from Nov., 1863, to Oct., 1864. 
Surg. 5th Reg., Tenn. Cav., from Nov., 1864, to 
Aug., 1865. 

Henry I. Boughton, 
Peter Bryce, 

Tuskaloosa, Ala. 

A graduate of S. C. Military Acad., 1855. Asst. 
Phys. S. C. and N. J. Hosp. for Insane, 1859-60. 
Med. Supt. Ala. Insane Hosp. since July, i860. 

Patrick D. Burne, 

Flushing, L. I. 
Sereno Burnell, 
Henry Carow, 
Henry Wesley Carpenter, 

Oneida, N. V. 

Asst. Surg. 117th Reg., N. Y. V., 1862. Surg, 
same Reg., 1863. 

Henry C. Chalmers, 
Robert A. Chambers, 

Fekin, N. C. 
Benjamin Chears, 
Daniel J. Chittenden, 

Genesee, N. V. 
Morris Christie, 
Gregory Weldon Claiborne. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. Died at Roslin, Va.. Jan, 
25, 1866, of scurvy, contracted in the service, 
set. 27. 

Lewis Clement, 

Bradford, Ont., Can. 
Appleton P. Collins, 

Macon, Ga. 

Phys. to City Hosp. and Almshouse, Macon. 

Heman Craft, 

St07ie Ridge, N. V. 

Asst. Surg. 143d N. Y. Vols. Act. Asst. Surg. 



U. S. A. at Mount Pleasant Hosp., Washington, 

D. C. 

Charles Cumming, 

Francis D. Cunningham, 

Richjnond, Va. 

House Surg, in Brooklyn City Hosp. Surg. 
C. S. A., i86r-65. Prof. Anat. Med. Coll. of Va. 
since 1867. Corresponding Sec. Med. Soc, Va., 
since 1870. Mem. of Richmond City Board of 
Health since 1873. 

Nathan Davidson, 
Philip S. Dorland, 
Thomas L. Doster, 

Monroe, N. C. 
Frederick Douglass, 

Rochester, N. V. 
Charles Duffy, Jr., 

Neivberne, N. C. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. from May, 1861, to April, 
1864. Surg. C. S. A. from April, 1864, until close 
of war. Prest. Eastern Med. Assn., 1873-74. 
Mem. N. C. Board of Med. Examiners, 1872-78. 

Charles K. Duncan, 

Montgoimry, Ala. 
Thomas J. Eaton, 
WilHam A. Evans, 

Aberdeen, Miss. 
Albert M. Fellows, 
William C. Ferguson, 
Luis Fernandez, 

N. Y. Free Acad., A.B. House Phys. in Belle- 
vue Hosp., N. Y. 

Robert W. Folsom, 

Colonel of the 14th Ga. Reg. Killed on field of 
battle, 1864. 

Valentine Mott Francis, 

New York City. 

Not in practice. 

Chester Freeland, 
Henry B. Gibson, 
Edwin W. Gordon, 

Baltimore, Md. 
John A. Graham, 

Columbia Fiir7iace, Va. 
Augustus S. Greene, 

New Alba7iy, Fid. 



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Benjamin Greene, 
Thomas H. Hammond, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Frank Hawthorn, 

New Of'leans, La. 

House Phys. in Belle^oie Hosp., N. Y., 1858-60. 
Res. Phys. Nursery and Child's Hosp., N. Y., 
i860. Surg. C. S. A. from Dec 1862, to April, 
1865. Prof. Chem. in N. O. Sch. of Med. from 
Oct., 1866, to July, 1867. Prof. Mat. Med. and , 
Therap. Med. Dept. Univ. of La. since July, 1867. | 
Died of B right's disease, February, 1876. i 

James M. Henderson, | 

Morganton, N. C. 

James W. Herty, 

Milledgeville, Ga. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. N. 

Edwin Addison Hervey, 

Rossville, a: K \ 
Edwin M. Holt, \ 

Flat River, N. C. 
William Sanders House, 

Haverstraiv, N. V. 
George Hubbard, Jr., 

Tottenville, S. L. 
John \Vesley Hunt, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Surg. loth Reg., N. Y. V.. 1861 to 1862. Brig. 
Surg. U. S. V. from May, 1862, until disabled and 
hon. discharged, Dec, 1862. Sec. Hudson Co. 
(N. J.) Med. Soc, 1863. Vice-Prest same, 1864. 
Prest same. 1865. House Phys. in Bellevue 
Hosp., N. Y., 1859-60. Prest Hud. Co. Med. 
Soc, N. J., 1865. Surg. Jersey City Charity- 
Hosp. since 1869. Surg, to Hud. Co. Church 
Hosp. since 1873. 

Samuel S. Jessop, 

WasJiington, D. C. 

Surg. U. S. A. 

Gabriel L. Johnson, 
Gabriel L. Jones, 
Starling W. Jones, 

Pine Bluff, Ark. 
Surg. c. s. A. 
George W. Jordan, 

Smith's P. O., S. C. 
W. Turner Jordan, 



Thomas F. Joyce, 

New York City. 
William C. Kelsey, 
John H. Kinyoun, 

Centre View, Mo. 
Albert H. Lanphear, 

Springfield, III. 
James J. Larkin, 

Brooklyn, E. D. , N. V. 
James C. Leathers, 

jMou7it Uirzah, N. C. 
John W. Left witch, 
George W. Lockhart, 
Charles Henry Lothrop, 

Lyons, Iowa. 

Asst. Surg, ist Iowa Cav. Vols., May 14, 1862. 
Surg, same Reg. from July 2, 1864. to March 15, 
i856. Sec, Treas., and Censor of Clinton Co. 
(Iowa) ]Med. Soc, i860 to 1862. U. S. Ex. Surg, 
for Pensions, 1868. Prtit. Clinton Co. Med. Soc, 
1870. Mem. Ex. Board. Med. Board Iowa State 
Univ., 1876. 

McLean McFarlan, 

Hartsville, S. C. 
Le Roy D. McMannen, 

Durhain, N C. 
Y. Marion McMillan, 

Surg. C. S. A. during the war. Died in S. C, 
Jan., 1868, of tj-phoid fever. 

Jeremiah M. Main, 
Edward Malone, 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 
Virgil C. Manning, 
Homer C. Markham, 
Orrin E. Miner, 

Noa7ick, Ct. 

Fellow Ct. Med. Soc, 1860-67. Sec. New Lon- 
don Med. Soc, 1864-67. 

John F. J. Mitchell, 

Lake Jesstip, Fla. 
Albertus A. ^loore, 
P. Robinson Moore, 
' Cyrus D. Morrill, 

Madison, Maitie. 
Washington Morrison, 



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Nelson Nivison, 

Bufdett, N. V. 

Prof. Phys. and Path, in Geneva (N. Y.) Med. 
Coll. since 1863-72. Prof. Phys. Path, and Hy- 
giene in Med. Depart. Syracuse Univ. 

Thomas O'Shea, 
Pascal H. Owen, 

Montgomery , Ala. 

Asst. Surg, in Charge Genl. Military Hosp. at 
Montgomery, 1862. Corresponding Sec. Mont- 
gomery Med. and Surg. Soc, 1870-74. 

I. Randolph Page, 
William H. Palmer, 
James E. Price, 

Moncton, N. B. 
Edward M. Ouackenbos, 
Isaac M. Ouimby, 

Jersey City. 

Surg, to Hudson Co. (N. J.) Hosp. since 1870. 

Louis Daniel Radzinsky, 

Charleston, S. C. 

Asst. Surg. 36th Reg., N. Y. V., 1861. A. A. 
Surg. U. S. A., 1862 to 1864. Asst. Surg. S4th 
Reg., Mass. Vols., 1864 to 1865. Surg. 104th 
U. S. Col'd Reg., 1865-66. A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 
1868. City Phys. of Health, Dist. No. 4, Charles- 
ton, S. C, Aug., 1869. 

Bryan S. Rhodes, 
William H. Ribble, 

New Market, Va. 
Matthew J. Rice, 
John V. Robbins, 
Henry Root, 

Whitehall, N. V. 

Williams Coll., A.B. Asst. Surg. U. S. V., 
1862-63. Surg. 58th Reg., N. Y. Vols., 1864-65. 
Surg. 54th Reg., N. Y. Vols., 1865-66. Brevet 
Lt.-Colonel U. S. Vols. Wounded in battle Chan- 
cellor's, Va., 1863. Health Officer, Whitehall, 
N. Y., 1876. 

Samuel Sargent, 
Charles W. Saunders, 

Belfast, Allegany Co., N. V. 
Charles O. Shelton, 
Leven W. Shepherd, 

Apelika, Ala. 
William B. Shields, 



J. Clarence Showalter, 

Uniontown, Ala^ 
Aaron P. Smith, 
Daniel W. Smith, 

Newark, N. J. 
George K. Smith, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 

House Phys. in Brooklyn City Hosp., April, 
1859. Demr. Anat. in L. I. Coll. Hosp. from 
March, i860, to Sept., 1862. A. A. Surg. U. S. A. 
from Sept., 1862, to Aug., 1865. Demr. Anat. in 
L. I. Coll. Ho.sp., 1866 to 1870. Adj. Prof. Surg, 
in same, 1870. Adj. Prof. Anat. in same, 1871. 

Richard L. Smith, 
Southwood Smith, 
Frederick G. Snelling, 

New York City. 

Act. Asst. Surg, ist Reg. U. S. Sharpshooters, 
Burdan's, 1861. Asst. Surg, and Surg, of same 
Reg., 1862. Brigade Surg. U. S. A., Marting- 
dale's Brigade, Porter's Corps, Army of the Poto- 
mac, 1862. Division Surg., Forster's Division, 
Burnside's Corps, 1862. Med. Director 18th Ar- 
my Corps, 1862. Med. Director Depart. N. C, 
1863. Died in N. Y. City, Nov. 26, 1878, of acute 
B right's disease. 

De Mariano C. Socarraz, 
Benjamin W. Sparks, 
Bayard E. Stevens, 
Joshua J. Sweet, 

Unadilla, N. V. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A. from Oct., 1862, to July, 
1865. 

Aloysius Szendery, 
John F. Talmage, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 
J. Rhodes Tayloe, 
James B. Thompson, 

Vonkers, N. V. 

Attg. Phys. to the N. W. Disp., N. Y., 1859-60. 

James H. Tinkham, 

Owego, N. V. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. N., June, 1861. Surg. U. S. 
N., 1S65. 

Henry S. Traver, 
Sylvester Upson, 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A. from Aug., 1862, until 
close of war. Died at Huron, N. Y., Oct., 1865, 
of cardiac dropsy. 



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Thomas L. Van Norden, 

Med. Miss, of A, P>. C. F. M. to Persia. 

Thomas A. Walton, 

Danbu7'gh, Ca. 

.^sst. Surg. C- S. A. 

Bradfute Warwick, 
Wallace F. Weeks, 
John :M. Wellborn, 

Milieu, Texas. 

Surg. C. S. A. 

Charles Belden White, 

C/. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

Coll. City of N. Y., 1854, A.B. ; 1857, A.M. 
House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1860-61. 
Asst. Surg. U. S. A., May, 1861. Brev. Capt. 
and Major, U. S. A., March, 1865. 

Henry M. Wilburn, 
Edward H. Winslow, 

Stamford, Ct. 
John D. Woods, 
Aaron Worthington. 

Total, 128. 

1860. 

Garrett A. C. Anderson, 
James H. Anderson, 

New York City. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A. Surg, to Home for Aged 
and Indigent Blind, N. Y., since 1870. Prest. 
Alumni Association Med. Dept. Univ. City N. Y. 
since 1877. 

John H. Armstrong, 
Amos C. Babcock, 

Galva, III. 
Charles W. Bailey, 
Thomas J. Biiley, 

Norwich, N. V. 
Eugene V. Bargamin, 
Joseph W. Barnett, 

Sharon, Ga. 
Charles W. Bates, 

Queens, N. V. 
Thomas Baylis, 

Brooklyn, N. V. I 

Not in practice. 



I Robert Monroe Beckwith, 

I Asst. Surg. C. S. A. from May i, 1863. Died 
i in hospital at Chattanooga, Tenn., 1863. 

; Henry G. Benjamin, 

Died in BrookljTi, N. Y., April, 1869, of phthisis 
' pulmonalis. 

George H. R. Bennet, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 
James Augustus Bennett, 

Prattsburgh, N. V. 

Asst. Surg. 13th Reg., N. Y. V. Art'y, 1864. 

John G. Bigham, 

Miller sbtirg, Ohio. 

Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. A. 15th U. S. Inf^y, 
1863-64. Surg. 68th Reg., Ohio Vols., 1864-65. 

Nathaniel S. Black, 

Ralph Blakelock, 
Julius C. Blakeney, 
William A. Blount, 

Pactolus, N. C. 
Edward S. Bogert, 

U. S. N, Washington, D. C. 

House Surg. Bell. Hosp., N. Y. Surg. U. S. N. 

I. Norman Bond, 
Henry W. Boone, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A., Fort Hall, Idaho. House 
Phys. Brooklyn Citj' Hosp., March, i860, to 
March, 1861. Attg. Phys. and Surg, to Shanghai 
(China) Genl. Hosp. for Europeans, IMarch, 1862, 
to Jan. I, 1865. Phys. to Chinese Dispensarj' in 
Shanghai, IMarch, 1862. to Jan. 18&5. Surg. 
Pacific Mail S. S. Co., July, 1S67, to Nov., 1871. 
Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., Nov., 1871. 

Anthony R. Boykin, 
Eugene L. Broaddus, 
Edward S. Buist, 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. Killed in battle at Hilton 
Head, S. C, in 1861, while operating upon a 
wounded soldier. 

John Burkett, 

Francis Milton Byington, 

Fayetteville, N. V. 

Phys. to Town of Manlius and Co. of Onondaga, 

N, Y., since 1861. 

James I. Callaway, 
Andrew S. Cameron, 
Nicholas C. Campbell, 

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Jonathan H. Case, 

Jean Baptiste W. Chagnon, 

William K. Cleveland, 

Leavenworth, Kansas 
Henry B. Cole, 
Benjamin F. Coleman, 

Kings Ferry, N. V. 
Walter Coles, 
Christopher C. Corbett, 

Neiv Hope, Ky. 
William D. Cornwell, 
Leonidas M. Cowan, 

New Orleans, La. 
Cader G. Cox, 

Richland, N. C. 
Josiah Howell Culver, 

A. A. Surg, U. S. A.. 1862 to 1863. Asst. Surg. 
U. S. N., March, 1863. Placed on the retired list 
on account of ill health, July, 1867. Died Sept. 
?5, 1868. 

Emmanuel K. I. Deemy, 
Frenchtown, Hnnterdon Co., N. J. 
James H. Deppen, 
M. John De Rosset, 

Baltimore, Md. 

House Phys. in Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., i860, 
Surg. C. S. A., 1861 to 1865. Adj. Prof. Phys., 
Univ. of Md., 1867. Prof. Chem. Md. Coll. of 
Pharmacy, 1867, and B.ilt. Coll. Dental Surg., 
1869. Sec. Med. Acad, of Sciences, 1868. 

John S. Deyerle, 
Anthony Dimmick, 
George N. Ennett, 

Jacksonville, N. C. 

Not in practice since 1870. 

Darius G. Farwell, 

New York City. 
George D. Fitch, 
George A. Fitzpatrick, 

Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1862, set. 25, 

Samuel Ward Francis, 

Newport, R. L. 

Columbia Coll., 1857, A.B., i860, A.M. Attg. 
Phys. to Northern Disp., N. Y., 1861. Asst. to 
Prof. Valentme Mott, 1858-60. Fellow N. Y. 
Acad. Med. Mem. R. S. Med. Soc. Author of 
several medical works. 



William Frisbie, 
Lewis Gaynor, 

Dead. 

Daniel W. Gibbs, 

Westel Willoughby Gibbs, 

Union, N. J. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A., from May, 1863, to Aug., 
1864. 

John C. Goodman, 

Somerton, Na7isemond Co., Va. 

Asst. Surg. C. A. during the war. 

Charles C. Gordon, 

Sail Francisco, Cal. 

House Phys. in Flat Bush Hosp., S. F. Health 
Officer of San F. Surg. U. S. V. Surg. Pacific 
Mail S. S. 

Richard K. Gregory, 

Gree7isboro, N. C. 

Surg. C. S. A. during the war. Act. Asst. Surg, 
U. S. A., 1869-72. 

James L Groover, 

Boston, Ga. 
Thomas P. Haddock, 
WilUam H. Hall, 

Saratoga Springs, N. V. 

Asst. Surg. 36th Reg., N. Y. Vol. Inft'y, 1861-63. 

Joseph Hannon, 

Lexington P. O..Los Aftgelos Co., Cal. 

Virgil T. Hannon, 

Robert C. Hardie, 

Died at Macon, Ga., March, 1863, of phthisis 
pulmonalis. 

William L. Harding, 

New York City. 
Robert W. Harris, 

Arkadelphia, Clark Co., Ark. 
Williamson M. Hawkins, 
Frank B. Henry, 
Robert M. Hill, 

Pine Level, Montgomery Co., Ala. 

Surg. 2d Ala. Cavalry, 1861-65. 

James B. Hinkle, 

Americus, Ga, 

Surg. C. S. A., 1861 to close of war. 

James R. Hinkle, 



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Henry D. Holton, 

Brattleboro^ Vt. 

Attg. Phys. CityDisp., Brooklyn, i860. Prest. 
Vt. State Med. Soc, 1873. Prest. Conn. River 
Vailey Med. Soc, Vt., 1869. Prof. Mat. Med. 
and Thera., Med. Dept. Univ. Vt., 1873. Mem. 
British Med. Assn. 

Josiah Hornblower, 

Jersey City Heights, iV. J. 
William A. Howell, 
Oliver G. Hunt, 

State Centre, loiua. 
George G. Jarvis, 

Hartford, Ct. 

Surg. 7th Reg.. Ct. Vols., during the war. 
Visiting Surg. Hartford Hosp. 

William F. Jordan, 
Benjamin F. Ketchum, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
Charles H. Ladd, 
Joseph H. Leary, 
William H. Lilly, 

Concord, N. C. 
Surg. c. s. A. 
William F. Long, 
James P. McCon-ibs, 

Charlotte, N. C. 
^Malcolm C. McGregor, 
William W. McKenzie, 
William Muir McLaury, 

New York City. 

Phys. to Eastern Disp., N. Y., from June, i860, 
to Sept., 1861. Phys. to N. W. Disp., X. Y., 
from Jan., 1861, to Jan., 1864. Visiting Phys. for 
N. W. Disp., N. Y., since 1863. Phys. to Sa- 
maritan Home, 1867 to 1870. 

Henry H. Malone, 

Pollard, Ala. 
Eugene Marguerat, 

Chicago, III. 
Richard J. Mays, 
William M. Menefee, 

Cotton Valley, Ala^ 
Benjamin C. Mitchell, 
Edward J. Moseley, 

Richmo7td, Va. 



! William X. Moseley, 
j Rose Hill, La, 

Charles Murray, 
Walter H. Nardin, 
Abraham C. North, 

New7na7t, Ga, 
Charles Inslee Pardee, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. i6th Reg., N. Y. V., 1862. Surg. 
U. S. v., 1863. Attg. Phys. Northern Disp., 
N. Y., from March, 1866, to Dec, 1869. Asst. 
Surg, in Manhattan Eye and Ear Hosp., N. Y., 
since Oct., 1869. Lecturer on Dis. Eye and Ear, 
in Med. Dept., Univ. City of N. Y., 1871. Sec. 
of the Alumni Association, 1870-76. Prest. of 
same, 1876-77. Prof, of Otology, Med. Dept., 
Univ. City of New York, since 1874, and Dean of 
the Faculty since 1873. 

Robert C. Pearson, 

Mo7gantown, N. C. 
Alfred O. Perpall, 
Jonathan K. Pitney, 
George E, Post, 
I Beirut, Syria. 

I Coll. City of N. Y., 1853, A.B. ; 1856. A.M. 
Prof Surg, in Syrian Prot. Coll., at Beirut, since 

186S. 

Marcus E, Poynter, 

Midway, Ky. 
John R. Prince, 
Stillman J. Ouinby, 
Albert E. Ragland, 
David P. Ramseur, 

Wytheville, Pa, 
James L. Reed, 
John N. Renter, 
John M. Richmond, 
Heman H. Robinson, 

Goshen, N. Y. 
Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa, 

N'ew York City. 

House Surg, in N. Y. Hosp., N. Y., from Aug., 
1861, to April, 1862. Asst. Surg. 5th Reg., N. G. 
S. N. Y., from April, 1861, to 1863. Surg. 12th 
j Reg., N. G. S. N. Y., 1863. Asst. Surg. N. Y. 
Eye and Ear Infirmary' from 1863 to 1S65. Aural 
Surg, in same, 1863 to 1865. Clin. Prof Dis. Eye 



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and Ear since t866. Yale Coll., 1867, A.M. Surg, 
to Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp. since 1868. Surg. 
to Manhattan Eye and Ear Hosp., N. Y., since 
1869. Prest. N. Y. Ophthalmological Soc, 1871. 
Prest. International O ological Congress. Prest. 
Amer. Otological Soc. Corresp. Mem. Medico- 
Chirurgical Soc. Edinburgh. Prest. Med. Soc. 
State of New York. 

Thomas I. Scott, 

Petersburg^ Va> 
Thomas H. Sharp, 

Horncrsville^ N. C. 
Joseph C. Shepard, 
George L. Simpson, 

New York City. 
George V. Skiff, 

NeuD York City, 

Asst. Surg. i2th Reg., N. Y. Vols., 1862-63. 
Surg. 15th Reg., N. Y. V. Cav., from June, 1863, 
to 1865. Phys. to Eastern Disp., N. Y., 1868. 

S. Chester Smith, 
Samuel Fleet Speir, 

Brooklyn^ A\ K 

Demr. Anat. in L. I. Medical Coll. Attg. Surg. 
Brooklyn (N. Y.) City Hosp. 

Junius B. Stallings, 

Wilson, N, C 
Daniel F. Summey, 

Asherville, N. C. 
George Washington Talson, 

West Hobo ken, N. J> 

Prest. District Med. Soc. of Hudson Co., N. J., 
1870. 

William H. Tanner, 
Thomas James Taylor, 

Burtitville^ Va. 

Surg. C. S. A. from 1863 to close of war. 

William F. Terry, 
Edward' W. Thompson, 

New York City. 
Gustavus B. Thornton, 

Memphis y Tenn. 
Joseph S. Tipton, 
Beverley St. George Tucker, 

Marshall) Mo, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A. Resigned 1861. 

Samuel M. Van Wyck^ 



Thomas B. Ward, 

Norfolk, Va, 

House Surg. N. Y. Hosp., 1859-61. Surg. 
C. A., 1861-65. Surg, to St. Vincent Hosp. (Nor- 
folk) since 1866. First Vice-Prest. of Virginia 
State Med. Soc, 1876. Prest. Norfolk Med. 
Assn., 1876. Mem. Norfolk Board of Health, 
1866-76. 

Thomas J. Watson, 
Octavus Weld, 
Frederick I. Well, 

Talbot ton, Ga. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. 

John T. Wharton, 

Cere do, West Va, 
John S. Williams, 

Lyftchbjirg, Va. 
Thomas James Wilson, 

Hillsbord', N, C. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. during war. 

Peter Winston, 
Richard W. Woodruff. 

Total, T38. 

1861. 

Timothy F. Allen, 

New York City. 

Attg. Phys. to N. Y. Homoeopathic Ophthalmic 
Hosp. Prof. Mat. Med. in N. Y. Homoeopathic 
Med. Coll. 

Franklin M. Andrews, 

Asst. Surg. 103d Reg., Ohio Vols. Died Oct. 
8, 1864. 

Louis E. Atkinson, 
Israel G .Atwood, 

Dead. 

Claiborne Henry Baker, 

Seven Mile Ford, Va. 

Surg. C. S. A. from Dec, 1S61, to close of war. 

David W. Ballantine, 

Dempsey B. Batts, 

Thomas W. Bickett, 

Motiroe, N. C 

David H. Billiu, 

Gilbert Bogart, 

La Porte, Iowa, 



94 



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John y. Brookes, 
Joseph T. Bunkley, 
Jasper Cargill, 
Georj^e W. Carrington, 

RicJnnond^ Va. 
Edward B. Chambre, 
Robert W. Clark, 

Newark^ N. J. 
Stephen John Clark, 

N'ew York City. 

House Surg. Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1861. Asst. 
Surg. U. S. N., 1861 to 1865. Attg. Phys. North- 
ern Disp., N. Y., since 1870. Curator and Pa- 
thologist to N. Y. Medico-Legal Soc, 1870-71. 

Henry C. Cole, 

Black River Falls, Wis. 
Amos R. Collins, 
Oscar C. CoUins, 
William J. Colvin, 
James J. Connolly, 

Died suddenly in New York City, June, 1871. 

James Craig, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
William H. Davis, 

Horse Heads, N. V. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. v., Oct. 15, 1861. Surg. 4th 
Reg. Penn. Reserves, Dec. 20, 1862. 

Charles Smith De Graw,- 

U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

Princeton Coll., N. J., A.B., A.M. Asst. Surg. 
8th Reg., N. Y. S. M., 1861. Asst. Surg, in 
Nursery and Child's Hosp,, N. Y., 1861-62. Asst. 
Surg. U. S. A., July 11. 1862. Br. Major U. S. 
A,, March, 1865. 

J. Ewings Dexter, 
Frank J. Drake, 
Robert H. Drysdale, 
William H. Edmondson, 
Thomas Coit Fanning, 

Taf^rytown, N'. V. 

A. A. Sarg. U. S. A., three months, from June, 
1862, 

James F. Ferguson, 

A/'ew York City. 

House Surg, in Bell. Hosp., N. Y. Surg. U. S. 
V. U. S. Ex. Surg, for Pensions. Bellevue Hosp. 
Med. Coll., M.D. Phys. to Masonic Board of 



Relief. Attg. Sur^. Out-door Dept. Bellevue 
Hosp, since 1871. Prest. Alumni Assn. Bell. 
Hosp. Med. Coll., 1866 and 1869. 

Ishmael G. Filkins, 

York, N. Y. 
Lewis Fisher, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., 1860-61. 
A. A. Surg. U. S. A. from 1862 to 1864. 

Samuel N. Fiske, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Henry G. Flanner, 

Wihnington, N. C. 

Not in practice. 

i Sidney Walter Franklin, 

Hot Springs, Ark. 

Surg. C. S. A. from Oct. 15, 1862-65. Med. 
Soc. 

Albert J. Flirgang, 

East New York, N, Y. 

Phys. to Board of Health of New Lots, 1866. 
Phys. to the Poor, 1868. 

John R. Furness, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Died at Ogdensburg, N. Y., March 9, 1873, of 
double pneumonia. 

Alexander R. Gebbie, 

Lowville, N. Y. 
John P. Gibson, 

Concord, N. C. 
William H. L. Goodman, 
J. Henry Gunning, 
Colin J. Hackett, 
James Hamilton, 
Amos J. Harris, 
Alexander Harvey, 

Peterboro\ Peter boro'' Co., Can. 
John Helm, 

N'ew Brunswick, N. J. 
Zacharie B. Herndon, 

Rick7nond, Va, 

Med. Purveyor Gen. Lee's Army. Lecturer on 
Anat. and Physiology, Summer School Vir. Med. 
Col. Lecturer on Physiology and Hygiene, Rich- 
mond Coll., and Phys. to the Coll. 

Needham B. Herring, 

Stanhope, A''. C. 



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Benjamin L. Hester, i 

Alexander Hill, I 

Teviotdalc, Wellington Co., Can. | 
Andrew C. L. Hindsman, 

Bradford, Ala. . 

Pleasant A. Holt, 1 

Stuart Hubbard, j 

Patrick Henry Humphrey, | 

San Francisco, Cal. \ 

Surg, of 48th and 58th Regs., Cal. Vols., dur- | 
ing the war. U. S. Pension Examiner for the 
Pacific Coast. 

William V. Jeffrey, 
Edward Kershner, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. N., Sept., 1861. P. A. Surg. 
U. S. N., July, 1865. Surg. U. S. N., Nov., 1872. 

John A. Klein, 
William W. Lamb, 
Thomas Lassiter, 
John J. Lawrence, 

Sparta, A". C. 
John W. Lawson, 

Smithfield, Va.. 

Senator Va. Legislature since 1873. Mem. Va. 
State Board of Health, 1S72. 

John S. Linaberry, 
William Little, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Surg. C. S. A. during war. 

James K. Long, 
Inglis Lough, 
Abram L. Lowell, 

Brooklyn, N. V, 
Francis R. Lyman, 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A. Died at Washington, D. 
C, Nov. 14, 1862, of tj'phoid fever. 

John McDonald, 

Washington, A". C. 
William McGregor, 
John H. Magruder, 
Arthur Mathewson, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 

Yale Coll., 1858, A.B. ; 1865, A.M. Asst. Surg. 
U. S. N., July, 1861. P. A. Surg. U. S. N., 1864. 
Surg. U. S. N. from March, 1865, to Dec, 1865. 
Asst. Surg. Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp., 1868. 
Surg, to same, 1870. 



C. Franklin Miesse, 
Joseph Sayer Monell, 

A>7£/ York City. 

Rec. Sec. N. Y. Phys. Mutual Aid Soc. since 
June, 1868. 

James F. Moore, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 
William J. Murrell, 

Mobile, Ala. 

Princeton Coll., N. J., A.B., 1854. A.M , 1857. 

Gilbert L. Newcombe, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. 165th Reg., N. Y. S Vols., 1864-65. 

Sinclair D. G. Niles, 

La Grange, Ark. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. from 1863 until the sur- 
render. 

Delancey M. Northrop, 
John A. Ochterlony, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Richard O'Leary, 
Henry Sayre Orme, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Oglethorpe Univ. (Ga.), 1858, A.B. Surg, to 
Los Angeles City and County Hosp., March, 1871. 
Asst. Surg, and Surg. C. S. A., 1861-65. Vice- 
Prest. Cal. State Med. Soc, 1875. 

Robert T. Paine, 



New York City. 

Athol, N. Y. 
Portsmouth Va. 



Not in practice. 

John T. Parker, 
James Parrish, 

Preston Peter, 

Louisville, Ky. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A,, 1862 to May, 1864. 

Eugene C. Powell, 

San Marino, West Va. 
John B. Powers, 
Thomas T. Pratt, 

Paj'is, France. 
Charles S. W. Price, 

Columbus, Miss. 

Surg. C. S. A. 



g6 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

; John S. Taft, 



Julius C. Rappold, 
Henry W. Richter, 
Alexander Rives, 

Brooklyn^ N, V. 
James M. Robertson, 
William H. Robertson, 
John A. Robinson, 

Died at St. Johns, N. B., 1870, of phthisis pu!- ,,,.,,. -n t^ i- 

•' William R. TomkiRs 

monaus. 

Thomas Ruffin, ^, ^ 

Graham, N,C. ^J^^^^^^^T'^'^l^A' 
Addison H. Sanders, 

Died in 1867 or '68. 

Fabius H. Seawell, 
O. Edouard Seguin, 
Charles James Seymour, 

Santa Babara, CaL John L. Watkins, 

Res. Surg. Brooklyn City Hosp. from March, Bcriah A. WatSOn 
1861. to March, 1862. A. A. Surg. U. S. A. from 
June, 1862, to Sept., 1865. 

Starkey Sharp, 



Greensville, N, C. 
j Robert B. Taylor, 

Norfolk, Va. 
Alexander Thompson, 
I Strathroy, Ont., Can. 

I J. Oscar Timberman, 

Soiners, N. V. 



Gallatin, Tenn. 



Charles H. Wade, 

New York City. 
John Terry Warner, 

Danville, hid. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. v., 1862 to 1865. Died at 
Neosho Fails, Kansas, Sept. 26, 1875, set. 42 years. 



Jersey City, N. J. 

Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1862. Asst. Surg. 
U. S. A., 1863. Surg. U. S. A., 1864. Surg. 



Hornellsville, N. C, Jersey Citj' Charity Hosp. since 1869. Surg. St. 



Edward W. Simpson. 



Died after the first battle of Manasses, at Char 
lottesville, Va. 

Allen D. Smith, 



Francis Hosp., Jersey City, since 1873. Fellow 
and Prest. of N. J. Acad, of Med. 

-^■^^^/^^J^^; Thaddeus J. Weatherly, 

Montgomery, Ala. 



Edwin Webb, 



Quitman, Ga. Grenville M. Weeks, 
Henry S. Smith, AVz£/ York City. 

Webster, Mass. Franklin J. W^hite, 
Rufus Willard, 

j Olympia, Washington Ter. 

\ Jared G. Wood, 

I Croton Falls, N Y. 

; Eli D. Wood worth. 

Eagle Village, N. Y. 

Asst. Surg. 2d Mounted Rifles, N. Y. V., 1861 



Horace G. Smith, 
Ira E. Smith, 
William F. Smith, 

I. Frank Speck, | 

Havilah Mowry Sprague, \ 

Ford ham, N'. Y. 

Amherst Coll., 1858, A.B. Asst. Surg. U. S. A. i 
Phys. to Home for Incurables, West Farms, N. Y. \ to 1865. Br. Major U. S. V, 
Phys. to House of Rest for Consumptives, at Tre- 1 
mont, N. Y. Died May 30, 1874, of acute paren- 
chymatous nephritis, 

Andrew J. Stone, 

Nahunta, N. C. 
William. A. Strother, 

Albaiiy, Ga. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A., 1861 ; afterward Surg. 
C. S. A. until the surrender 



Total, 129. 



1862, 



Rolhn T. Baker, 
Edward Bennett, 

Phys. to Brooklyn. City Disp., 1863 to 1868. 
Phys. to R. C. O. Asylum, B'klyn, 1863 to 1868. 
Asst. Surg. U. S. A. since 1868. 



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Frederick Benoit, 

Montebello, Quebec, Can. 
John L. Brennan, 
Henry Mortimer Brush, 

Summit, N. J. 

House Phys. in N. E. Disp., N. Y. Sec. 
Alumni Assn. 1867 to 1870. 

Richard C. CarHsle, 
Dwight S. Chamberlin, 

Lyons, N. V. 

Asst. Surg, and Surg. 9th Reg., N. Y. Heavy 
Artillery, 1862-65. 

William H. Chamberlin, 

Medina, N. Y. 
William C. Clark, 
Mahlon J. Davis, 

Lewis, Low a, 

A, A. Surg. U. S. A., Aug., 1862. Asst. Surg. 
2d N. Y. Art. Vols, until Oct., 1865. U. S. Ex. 
Surg, for Pensions. 

Edmund De Witt, 
James W. Dickie, 

Asst. Surg, in Charity Hosp., N. Y., six months. 
A. A. Surg. U. S. A. from Aug., 1862, until his 
death. Died in U. S. Hosp., David's Island, 
N. Y., Jan., 1864, of phthisis pulmonalis. 

Hugh Doherty, 

New York City. 
George W. Edwards, 

North Granby, Ct. 
William H. Ensign, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1862-72. Police Surg, 
since 1873. 

John Turnly Farrell, 

Dutijtville. Haldimand Co., Can. 
John N. Freeman, 

Brooklyn^ L. L 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1862. Asst. Surg. N. Y. 
Vols. Surg. io6th Reg., N. Y. V., from Dec, 
1863, to July, 1865. U. S. Ex. Surg, for Pen- 
sions. Surg, to St. John's Hosp., Brooklyn, 
since 1871. 

Albert Horatio Gallatin, A.M., 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. 22d Reg., N. Y. S. M. Asst. Surg. 
i2th Reg., N. G. S. N. Y. Prof. Ghem., Geolo- 



gy, and Mineralogy in Norwich Univ. Prof. 
Analyt. Chem. in Cooper Inst., N. Y. Lecturer 
on Physics in Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst Cura- 
tor of Zoological Gardens, Cent. Park, N. Y. 
Curator of N. Y. Lyceum of Nat. Hist. Sec. of 
Chem. Section of N. Y. Lyceum of Nat. Hist. 

William J. Gilbert, 

Freemont, N. C. 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. during war. 

George W. Hatch, 

Samuel Eccleston Holtzman, 

Bloo7nington, bid. 

Asst. Surg. 58th Reg., Ind. Vols., April, 1862. 
Surg, same Reg. from March, 1864. to July, 1865. 
Asst. Phys. to Colored Home, N. Y., from July, 
i86r, to April, 1862. 

Abel Huntington, 
Augustus G. Kimberly, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
John C. Lamont, 

Sodiis, N. Y. 
Alfred S. Laubach, 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A. Deceased. 

John V. Lauderdale, 

U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., from Oct., 
1862, to March, 1864. Asst. Surg. U. S, A., 1864. 

Samuel Lewin, 

Chatham, Miramichi, N. B. 
Matthias L. Lord, 
John N. Lowe, 
Samuel Lynch, 
Beverly N. McCleery, 
George E. McDonald, 

Schenectady, N. Y. 
WiUiam H. Mather, 

Suffield, Ct. 

Asst. Surg. 173d Reg., N. Y. Vols., from its or- 
ganization for sixteen months. Surg. loth Reg., 
U. S. C. Heavy Artillery, until 1867. Served in 
the Dept. of the Gulf four years and four months. 

Aaron S. Miller, 

Scegersville , Pa. 
James H. Mills, 
George B. Munger, 

Tenner, N. Y. 
Alden E. Nelson, 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 
' John P. Treacy, 



Thomas C. O'CalLaghan, 

Jersey City, A. J. 
Eugene S. Olcott, 
George H. Owen, 
Solomon Hurd Peck, 

Ithaca, N. Y. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
Fort Van Keuren, 

Sherburne, N. Y. 
William K. Van Reypen, 

U. S. N., Washington, D. C. 



Treas. Tompkins Co. Med. Soc, 1865. Prest. I ^urg. U. S. X, 



T. Cameron Walton, 

(/. S. N., Washington, D. C. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. N., 1861. Passed Asst. Surg. 
U. S. N., 1866. Surg. U. S. N., 1868, 

Daniel F. Wells, 
Edward J. Whitney, 
Thomas S. Yard. 

Total, 65. 



same, lobg. 

Thomas C. Pollock, 
John L. Portwood, 
Harris Pusher, 
William S. Robertson, 
Marvin C. Rowland, 
C. Allen Sears, 

Portland, Ct. 
Frederick C. Seiberling, 

Lynnville, Pa. 

Prest. Lehigh Co. (Pa.) Med. Soc, 1869-70. 

John G. Sinclair, 
George Clark Smith, 

Rondout, N. Y. 

Asst. -Surg. 156th Reg.. N. Y. V., from Aug., i 
1862, to Jan., 1864. Surg, same from Jan., 1864, ' William H. BateS 
to Nov., 1865. 

James W. South worth, 
Pierre S. Starr, 

Yale Coll., A.B. 

David P. Stowell, 

Sylvester E. Strong, 

e - cj. - AT ^^ ^ Roswell K. Belden, 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. \ ' 

House Phys. Charity Hosp., 1862. Act Med. j 



1863 

Levi J. Alleman, 
Joseph A. Bates, 



Varick, N. Y. 
Worcester, Mass. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

House Surjj. Brooklyn City Hosp. one year. 
Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. N. three years. Demr. of 
Anatomy L. I. College Hosp. sLx years. Attg. 
Surg. St. Peter's Hosp., Brooklyn, one year. 

Israel Bedell, 



Lebanon, Mo, 



Director Army of the Cumberland at Indianapolis, ThomaS Wall Bennett, 



[863. 



Jeffersonville, N. Y. 

Asst. Phys. in Seaman's Retreat Hosp., S. I., 
1863. A. A. Surg. U. S. N. from Sept. 23, 1863, 
to Feb. 17, 1869. 

George A. Bowen, 

Woodstock, a. 

Retired. 



A. Eugene Sumner, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
William Taylor, 

Canastota, N. Y. 
James Mott Throop, 

Lebanon, N. Y. | ^ifford J. Browne, 

Asst. Surg. 176th Reg., N. Y. V., from Dec, j . , ,,/ ^ , , 

1862, to Nov., 1863. Asst. Surg. 48th Reg., N. | John W . Campbell 

Y. v., from March, 1864, to Oct., 1865. 

G. Kempton Turner, 

Jonesville, Va 

Asst. Surg. C. S. A. Surg. C. S. A. Not ii 
practice. 



W. Fitch Cheney, 

Chico, Cal. 

Prest. Northern Dist. Med. Soc of Cal, 1874- 
75. Prest. of Cal. State Med. Soc, 1874-77. 

. William W. Cockerill, 



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Bernie Coleman, 
William A. De Long, 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. V. 
William M. Dorran, 

Mount Vernon, N. V. 
Edward Dunscomb, 
William St. G. Elliott, 
John N. Garner, 
Charles O. T. Gilman, 

Sa/em, N. V. 

U. S. Ex. Surg, since 1863. 

George A. Harrison, 
Benjamin F. Hastings, 

South Abingfon, Mass. 

Asst. Surg. 18th Reg., Mass. Vols., 1863-64. 

George Alberts Hayunga, 

New York City. 

Hobart Coll., Geneva, 1859, A.B. Asst. Phys. 
in Randairs Island Hosp., 1863. A. A. Surg. 
U. S. N. from Sept., 1863, to Oct., 1865. 

Phaon Hermany, 
Lyman Henry Hills, 

Schuyler's Lake, N. Y. 

Prest. Otsego Co. (N. Y.) Med. Soc, 1870. 

Charles Horsford, 

Thompson, Ct. 
Irving W. Hotaling, 
Henry H. House, 

Haverstraw, N. Y. 
William W. Howard, 
Alexander Stuart Hunter, 

Ne2a York City. 

Attg. Phys. to N. Y. Disp. from May, 1863, to 
March, 1870. 

Cromwell O. Johnson, 
Calvin B. King, 
John B. Lewis, 
John Lynch, 

JVew York City. 

Died Feb. 26th, 1877, set. 34 years. 

Abraham F. McDonald, 

Deceased. 

Smith H. Mapes, 
John W. Meeker, 

New Brunswick, N. J. 



Henry J. Menninger, 

Raleigh, N. C 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1863. Surg. 2d N. C. 
(U. S.) Vols., 1864-65. Surg. -in-Chief Freedmen 
Dept. of N. C, 1865. Surg.-in-Charge U. S. Ma- 
rine Hosp. at Newberne, N. C, 1865 to 1868. 

Benjamin H. Milliken, 
Marshall T. Moore, 

Almont, Mich. 
Montefiore J. Moses, 

New York City. 

Mem. E.\ecutive Com. Alumni Assn. Med. 
Univ. City of New York. Surg. C. S. A. during 
the war. Died in N. Y. City, April 11, 1878, of 
Bright's disease, the result of diphtheria, con- 
tracted from a patient. 

Lansing P. Munson, 

New York City. 
James E. Neely, 
Robert Dillon Nesmith, 

New York City. 

Columbia Coll., i860, A.B. Asst. Surg. 12th 
Reg., N. G. S. N. Y., 1867. 

Homer G. Newton, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Yale Coll., 1859., A.B. Surg, to Brooklyn Eye 
and Ear Hosp. 

William James Orton, 

Lisle, N. Y. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1864. 

J. Scott Payne, 

Rahway, N J. 

Phys. to Eastern Disp., N. Y. City, 1864-66. 
Phys. to N. E. Disp., 1865. Mem. Medico-His- 
torical Soc, N. Y., 1865-66. Mem. N. Y. Co. 
Med. Soc, 1865-66. 

Samuel H. Puckett, 
John D. Reynolds, 
Leroy Riddell, 

Canisteo, N. Y. 
Frederick Rogers, 

Willimantic , Ct. 
Jerome B. Tamblin, 
Richard L. Van Kleek, 
Garabed Vartanyan, 

Constantinople, Turkey. 
Joseph C. Whitney, 



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lOO UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

I Charles A. Gorse, 



Oscar D. Williams, 
Alfred D. Wilson, 

U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 
Peter Winter, 

Dufi?nore, Pa. 

Total, 57. 



Daniel B. Wyatt. 



1864. 



Joseph W. Alsop, 

Middletown, Ct. 
Emerson R. Bardin, 
Nelson Wright Bates, 

Central Square, N. Y. 

Asst. Surg, iioth Reg., N. Y. V., from Dec, 
1864, to Sept., 1865. 

George Beebe, 

Cornelius Evarts Billington, 

A'ew York City. 

Attg. Phys. to Demilt Disp., N. Y. 

Edwin G. Bradley, 
Edward V. Brown, 

Tarry town, N. Y. j 
Marvin S. Buttles, 

New York City. 

Attg. Phys. to Eastern Disp., N. Y. Asst. to 
Prof. Obt. ; and Lecturer on Dis. of Women, in 
Med. Dept. Univ. City of New York, Surg. 71st 
Reg., N. G. S. N. Y. Dist. Phys. to N. Y. Lying- 
in Asy. Vice-Prest. Ea.st River Med. Assn. Phys. 
to Oliver Female Infy., N. Y. 

Iretus G. Gardner, 

New York City. 
Francis T. Chadwick, 

Red Bank, N. J. 
George B. Cornell, 
John Frank Cottle, 

New York City. 
Albert H. Crump, 

Jerome, A\ Y. 
Godfrey T. Donner, 
Thomas W. Dresser, 
William W. Eaton, 
John T. Goddard, 
Edward M. Gonzalez, 



VaiPs Gate, N. Y. 
Charles L. Green, 
Stephen Squire Greene, 

La Gra7igeville , N. Y. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. N. from March, 1864, to Dec, 
1865. 

William R. Hamilton, 
Gideon A. Hawley, 
James Washburn Hughes, 

Cortland, N. Y. 

Asst, Surg. 59th Reg., N. Y. V., from Sept., 
1863, to March, 1865. Surg. iS2d Reg., N. Y. V., 

1865. 

De Forest Hunt, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
George Washington Johnston, 

New York City. 

Attg. Phys. to N. Y. Disp. from 1866 to 1870. 

Eli V. Kendig, 

Hayesville, Ohio. 

Asst. Surg. 2d Ohio Heavy Art. Vols., 1864 to 
1865. 

James E. Kirkpatrick, 
James Lawyer, 

Schoharie, N. Y. 
Robert James Lemont, 

Hampton, K. C, N. B. 

Coroner for Kings Co., N. B, 

Del McClary, 

Died in Feb., 1875, of pneumonia, at Couders- 
port, Potter Co., Pa. 

Charles M, McLaurie, 

New York City. 
Josef T. Martinez, 
Nathaniel Matson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Asst. Surg, ist Ct. Artil., March, 1865. Brevet 
Capt. U. S. v., March 13, 1865. 

Augustus T. Mills, 

Corning, N. Y. 
James Moore, 
Charles W. Neff, 

Baltimore, Md. 
George W. Newman, 

Brooklyn J N. Y. 



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Charles O'Hanlon, 
Cornelius O'Leary, 

Manhattan Coll., Univ. of Quebec, A.M. Ph. 
D.. same. Prof, of Logic and Metaphysics, and 
Lecturer on Physiology at same. 

Jeremiah O'Leary, 
George C. Reynolds, 
Henry Richings, 

Washington, D. C. 
Joseph H. Robinson, 

Littleton, Mass. 

Asst. Phys. in Nursery Hosp., Randall's Island, 
N. Y., 1864. Asst. Surg. U. S. A. from April, 

1864, to 1866. 

Joseph H. W. Scott, 
William U. Selover, 

Railway, N. J. 
James W. Sibley, 
Samuel B, Smallwood, 

Himtington, N. V. 
Carlton W. Spicer, 

Fillmore, Mo. 

Asst. Surg. 51st Reg., Mo. Vols., from April to 
Oct., 1865. 

Joseph Stedman, 

"Jamaica Plains, Mass. 
Theodore Henry Studdiford, A.M. 
Lambertville, N. J. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. A. New Jersey Coll., A.M. 

Bliss S. Thorne, 

BiUtermit Ridge, N. B. 
Hiram Warren, 
James G. Webster, 
Leander R. Webster, 
Faneuil Dunkin Weisse, 

New York City. 

Pros, to Prof. Mott, Univ. Med. Coll., 1863 to 

1865. Asst. Demr. Anat., 1864 ; Clinical Lecturer 
on Dis. of the Skin, 1865 to 1867 ; Clin. Prof Der- 
matology, 1867, in Med. Dept. Univ. City of N. Y. 
Lecturer on Chem., Mat. Med., and Therap. in 
N. Y. Coll. of Dentistry, 1866-67. Prof Desc. 
and Comp. Anat. in same, 1865 to 1867. Prof 
Oral Surg., same, 1867. Prof Comp. Surg. Path, 
in N. Y. Coll. Vet. Surg., 1867. A. A. Surg. U. S. 
A., 1864. 

H. Goodell Whitnall, 



David T. Whyborn, 

Cleveland, N. V. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. N, from March, 1864, to Nov., 
1865. 

Allan Neale Williamson, 

Total, 59. 

1865. 

Antonio V. J. Aguirre, 
Charles S. K. Bailey, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 
Orville L. Barney, 

S/iongo, N. Y. 
John Bell, 

Daniel J. Brennan, 

New York City. 
Owen V. Brown, 
William G. Brownson, 

New Canaan, Ct. 
Robert T. Bush, 

Gallatin, Tenn. 
Harrie T. Chamberlin, 

Brockport, N. Y. 
Joseph O. Clark, 
Michael J. Coholan, 
Gaetano Conforto, 
Edwin S. Dorworth, 
Gregory Doyle, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Phys. to House of Providence. Phys. to St. 
Vincent's Orphan Asylum. Surg. 51st Reg., 
N. G. S. N. Y. Ex-Prest. Syracuse Med. Assn. 

Thomas H. Doyle, 
John Fee, 
James Ferguson, 

Glenn's Falls, N. Y. 
Edwin A. Fobes, 
Gustav T. Fox, 

Bat/i, Pa, 
John F. Fox, 

Died suddenly in New York Cit>-, December 16, 

1867. 

William Wallace Gardner, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Vice-Prest. Springfield Scientific Assn., 1868-69, 



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Benjamin Gilpatrick, 
Antonio R. Gonzalez, 
Oscar F. Hoyt, 
Cornelius Hustis, 

Matteawan, N. Y. 
Thomas Kimlin, 

Lindky, Mo. 
William Beale Lewis, 

Dobb's Ferry, N. V. 

A. A, Surg. U. S. N. from March 9, 1864, to 
Sept. 16, 1865. Curator to Charity Hosp., N. Y., 
1867. Ivccturer on Renal Dis. in Med. Dept. 
Univ., City of New York, since 1866. Lecturer 
on Hygiene in Woman's Med. Coll. of N. Y. 
Infy. since 1869. Attg. Phys. to Eastern Dist., 
1866. Attg. Phys. to N. E. Disp., 1867. Dist. 
Phys. to Marion St. Lying-in Asy., 1865 to 1869. 
Treas. N. Y. Path. Soc, 1870. Died at Dobb's 
Ferry, N. Y., June 16, 1874, of phthisis, set. 32. 

Alexandre Francois Liautard, 

A^etu York City. 

Asst. San. Inspector, Met. Board of Health, 
1869. Prof. Comp. Anat. and Surg, in N. Y. 
ColL V. S., 1869. 

Charles Henry Ludlum, 

Boonton, AL J. 

Univ. City of New York, 1863, A.B. House 
Phys. in Belle\aie Hosp., N. Y., 1867. Attg. 
Phys. Out-Door Poor Dept. BellcNnie Hosp., Oct., 
1866. Attg. Phys. Northern Disp., N. Y. 

Augustus W. Maclay, 

A^e7U York City. 

Surg, to Municipal Police, N. Y., 1870. Inspec- 
tor Board of Health, N. Y. City, 1866-69. Phys. 
to the Soc. Alsace and Lorraine. 

WiUiam McManus, 
John C. Moore, 

Asst Surg. 7th Reg., Ky. Vols., 1865. Died at 
Clinton, La., Nov., 1865. 

Gaius H. Nash, 

New York City. 
Charles W. Neely, 
PhiUp O'Hanlon, 
Clarence Ormsbee, 
Michael C. O'Toole, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Charles N. Palmer, 

Lockport, N. Y. 



Henry C. Palmer, 

Westmoreland, N. Y. 
William H. B. Post, 

New York City. 

Univ. City of New York, A.B. Attg. Phys. to 
N. W. Disp., N. Y., 1866-67. A. A. Surg. U. S. 
A., 1864. Asst. Surg. 128th Reg., N. Y. V., 
1864-65. San. Insp. Met. Board of Health, N. Y., 
1868-69. Health Insp. Health Dept. since 1869. 

William Henry Price, 

Dajiby, III. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A. from March, 1865, to 
July, 1865. 

Alexander P. Reid, 
Thomas C. Rhoads, 
George Rosenberger, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. 93d Reg., N. G. S. N. Y., 1864. 

Arthur K. St. Clair, 
Adolphus Schlosser, 
George Seymour, 

Mafifisville, N. Y. 
Amos K. Smith, 
Franklin Smith, 

A^ew York City. 

Joseph S. Sutphen, 

Newark, N. J. 

Daniel W. Teller, 
Francis Ashbury Utter, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. U. S. v., from May, 1865, to May, 
1866. Attg. Phys. to Manhattan Disp., N. Y., 
since 1866. Attg. Phys. to The Sheltering Arms, 
N. Y., 1866 to 1870. Asst. San. Insp. Board of 
Health, 1866. Phys. to Leak and Watts Orphan 
Home, 1873. 

James Van Brakle, 

Brooklyn, E. D.,N. Y. 

Stephen W. Van Duyn, 

Newark, N J. 

Princeton Coll., N. J., 1857, A.B. ; 1867, A.M. 
Asst. Surg, ist N. J. Cav., 1864-65. Asst. Surg. 
U. S. A., 1866 to 1869. Visiting Phys. Out-Door 
Dept. Newark City Disp., 1875-76. 

John Ward, 

Elletiville, N Y. 

Owen J. Ward, 

New York City. 



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David Warke, 
Joseph P. Webb, 
Robert Hall White, 

U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

Jeff. Coll., Pa., 1858, A.B. Asst. Surg. U. S. 
A. since May 14, 1867. 

Henry T. Willock, 
Theodore G. Wright, 

Plyi7ioiitJi, Ct. 

Sec. Litchfield Co. Med. Soc. since 1875. 

W. J. Youmans, 

Total, 61. 

1866. 

Herman R. Ainsworth, 

Addison, N. V. 
James Henry Anderson, 

Born in the town of Botterzin, Ireland. Died in 
New York City, Sept. 7, 1866, of haemoptysis, 
set. 41. 

Ferdinand Axt, 
Milton Julius Baker, 

Masotiville, N. V. 

Res. Phys. in Nursery and Child's Hosp. and 
Lying-in Asy., New York, 1865. 

Henry Balser, Jr., 

New York City. 

Prof. Anat. and Phys. in the Inst, for Instruc- 
tors of the N. A. Turner Union from Sept., 1867, 
to March, 1870. 

Robert W. Beers, 
Charles William Bernacki, 

Tremont, N. V. 

Surg, on New York and Havre Steamer, 1867. 
Res. Phys. in House of Rest for Consumptives, 
Tremont, since Dec. 18, 1871. Dist Phys. to the 
N. Y. (Marion St.) Lying-in Asy., 1866-68. 

Dominic G. Bodkin, 
Jesse P. Brown, 

Greenville, N. C. 
James Brown Burnett, 

Newark, N. J. 

Univ. City of N. Y., 1863, A.B. Med. Cadet 
in U. S. A., 1863. House Phys. in Bell. Hosp. 
N. Y., April, 1866-68. Mem. N. Y. Path. Soc. 
Mem. St. Barnabas' Hosp. Med. Soc. Visiting 
Phys; St. Barnabas' Hosp., Newark. Phys. to 
Children's Aid Soc. 



Mills T. Chastain, 
Abraham T. Clason, 
Samuel Cole, 

Denver, Col. 
Charles Henry Stanley Davis, 

Meriden, Cf. 

Clerk of Meriden City Med. Assn. since Jan., 
1870. 

Josiah B. Davis, 

Beaufort, N. C. 
John N. De Hart, 

Newark, N. J. 
John A. Donovan, 

Lewis t 071, Me. 
Jules Ghislani Durant, 

New York City. 
Felix T. Ertkinker, 
James F. Feeley, 

Brooklyn, N'. Y. 

Asst. Demr. Anat., in Med. Dept., Univ. of 
City of New York. 

John L. Feeney, 

Staple ton, S. I. 

House Phys. in Seaman's Retreat Hosp., S. I., 
1866. Surg. Met. Police, N. Y., 1866. Phys. to 
Old Ladies' Home, S. I., 1871. 

Henry Gordon Forbes, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Harlem Disp., July, 1869. 

William Moore Forbes, 

Liverpool, N. S. 

Member of the House of Commons, Ottawa. 

F. Van B. Gildersleeve, 
Thomas J. Gillespie, 

Died in Mass., 1869, of typhoid fever. 

James Gratrix, 
James C. Green, 

Danville, Va. 
Joseph W. Grosvenor, 

Lockport, N. Y. 

Dartmouth Coll., 1859, A.B. Asst. Surg, nth 
R. I. Vols., 1862-63. Asst. Surg. 3d R. I. Art. 
from Sept. 5, 1863, to April i, 1865. 

John C. Hannan, 

New York City. 
Aaron Y. Hanson, 



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Skidmore Hendrickson, 

Ja?naica, L. I. 

Prest. Queens Co. Med. Soc. since 1875. 

N. Webster Holcomb, 
George H. Hosmer, 

Jolief, III. 
Joseph \V. Howe, 

7\Vw York City. 

Visiting Phys. to Charity Hosp., N. Y. Lect. 
on Surg, in Med. Dept., Univ. City of N. Y., 1871- 
72. Clin. Prof, of Surg.. Med. Dept., Univ. City 
of N. v., since 1872. Visiting Surg, to St. Fran- 
cis' Ho?p., N. Y., since 1876. Fellow N. Y. Acad. 
Med. Mem. Co. Med. Soc. Mem. Journal Assn. 
Mem. Phys. Mutual Aid Soc. 

Peter R. Inches, 

Edward Lawrence Keyes, A.M., 

Ne7v York City. 

Prof. Dermatology' in Woman's Med. Coll., May, 
1870. Instructor in Surg.. Bell. Hosp. Med. Coll., 
Sept., 1870. Asst. Demr. Anat., in same, 1869- 
70. Asst. to Prof. Surg., same. Sept., 1870. Lec- 
turer on Dermatology-, same. Ma}', 1871. Adjunct 
Prof. Surg., same, since 1875. Visiting Phys. to 
Chant}' Ho.sp., N. Y., Sept., 1870-76. Consulting 
Dermatologist, O. D. P. Dept., P.ell. Hosp. since 
1872. Consulting Surg, to Chant}' Hosp. since 
7876. Visiting Surg, to Bell. Hosp., 1876. 

Riley C. Knowles, 

Charles Albert Theodor Krog, 

New York City. 

Prest. of Medico-Chirurgical Soc. of German 
Phys. Mem. of Co. Med. Soc. 

Zachariah Edwards Lewis, 

West Farms, N. Y. 

Amherst Coll., 1862, A.B. ; 1865, A.M. A. A. 
Surg. U. S. A. from June to Sept., 1864. Asst, 
Demr. Anat., Med. Dept., Univ. City of New- 
York, 1865. House Phys. in N. Y. Hosp., 1866- 
67. Surg, to Bureau Med. and Surg. Relief Out- 
door Poor, 23d and 24th Wards, 1876. 

Edwin N. McAulay, 
Alexander McDonald, 
Lorenzo D. McLean, 

South Glastenbicry, Ct. 
William M. McXeal, 
Curtise E. Maryott, 
John Matteson, 
Horatio X. Mattison, 



George P. Moody, 
James C. Moody, 
James Murray Moore, 

Died at Wilmington, N. C. May 7, 1867, of 
phthisis pulmonalis. 

J. de Dios L. Osbonn, 
Alonzo A. Palmer, 
William Pennington, 

Somej'vilie, N. J. 
! Andrew Purdy, 

I Jasper, N. K 

Richard D. Rash, 

Winchester, Ky. 
Paul Speare Redfield, 

Frovide?tce, K, I. 
John H. Ripley, 

New York City. 
I F. Sanchez Romay, 
Robert K. Ross, 
Andrew D. Rowe, 
Charles Salmon, 
G. Benito y Santos, 
John L. H. Sessums, 

Lowke, Ark. 
Augustus Charles Severin, 

Asst. Surg, ist N, Y. Art. Vols., 1862. Died 
in New York Cit}', Aug. 14, 1866. of typhus fever 
contracted of a patient ; set. 36. 

Frederick P. Shepperd, 

Died at Ashbur}', N. J., May 12, 1869, aet, 24. 

D wight Silliman, 

Hudson J Wis. 
Thomas C. Smith, 

Washington, D. C. 
Alexander Sterl, 

New York City. 
William D. Strickland, 
Amos L, Sweet, 

Southhold, L. I. 
Lucian ^lelville Sykes, 

Mjildon, Miss. 
Richard L. Sykes, 
Henr>- P. Terry, 

Cutehogue, N. Y. 
Alfred G. Thomas, 



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William B. Van Duyn, 

U. S. A. 

Princeton Coll., A.B. A. A, Surg. U. S. A. 
since 1869. 

Ludwig G. Voigt, 

Silver Creek, III. 
James D. Wade, 

Brooklyn, E. D.,N. Y. 
J. W. Wales, 
William J. Welch, 

New York City. 
Emil Aug. Wettengel, 

New York City. 

Attg. Phys. to German Disp., N. Y. Cit>'. 

Total, 79. 

1867. 

Walter Eugene Anthony, 

Providence, R. I. 

Brown Univ., 1864. A.B. Sec. R. S. Med. 
See. since 1874. Asst. Surg. Genl. of Rhode 
Island since 1873. 

James F. Arnold, 

Williamsbtirg, Pa. 
Samuel Ayres, 

New York City. 
F. J. Baker, 

Andover, N. Y. 
William F. Bedell, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Joseph M. Benedict, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Fred. Bohmer, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William G. Branscomb, 
C. F. Brem, 
James F. Bryant, 

Franklin, Va. 

Fellow of Med. Soc. Va. 

P. A. Callan, 

New York City. 

House Surg. Charity Hosp., 1867-68. Asst. 
Surg. U. S. N., 1869-72. Attg. Surg. Eye and 
Ear Central Disp., 1874. Same at Demilt Disp., 
1877. Surg, to N. Y. Eye and Ear Infirmary. 
Visiting Oculist and Aurist Randall's Island 
Hosp. 



Fred. M. Cannon, 

Deckertown, N. J. 
S. W. Clason, 
James M. Clopton, 

809 Morgan St., St. Louis, Mo. 
J. H. Cochran, 
D. J. C. Cook, 

New York City. 
Thomas B. Dawber, 

Deceased. 

William James Gremley Dawson, 

New Castle, Mirainichi, N. B. 

Asst. Phys. in New York City Lunatic Asy. 
from April, 1867, to May, 1868. House Phys. in 
Charity Hosp., N. Y., October i, 1868. 

Walter Debnam, 

Earpstoro, N. C. 
John Denniston, 

Ovid, N. Y. 
David M. Edgerly, 
Landon B. Edwards, 

Richmond, Va. 

House Phys, Charity Hosp., N. Y. City, 1867. 
Asst. Phys. Mahopac House, N. Y., 1867-68. 
Rec. Sec. Med Soc, Va.. since 1870. Mem. Va. 
State Board of Health since 1872. Cor. Mem. 
Gynsecologica! Soc, Boston, since 1873. Lecturer 
on Anat., Med. Coll. Va. since 1874. Ed. Va. 
Med. Monthly since 1874. 

Isaac W. Ferris, 
Juan de J. Flores, 

Heredia de Costa Rica, Cent. Am. 
Simeon A. Foster, 
Harvey M. Greene, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Died in N. Y. City, Dec. 17, 1872, of apoplexy. 

H. D. Grindle, 
Hugh A. Hart, 

John F. Henry, 

William Hester, 



Wooster, Ohio. 
Fort Lee, N. Y. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



George E. Heydon, 

Prof. Phys. in Iowa State Med. Coll. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Henry C. Houghton, 



Francisco M. Segreda, 



New York City. ^'^^ '" ^^ 



George V. Hudson, 

New York City. 
William Henry Johnston, 

Sclma. Ala. 

Asst and House Surg, in Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 
from Oct., 1866, to April, 1868. 

Edwin A. Knight, 
Fred. R. Knoche, 
R. H. Lansdale, 
D. B. A. Macbean, 

Montreal, C. E. 
Henry K. Macomber, 
Rafael Perez Martinez, 
J. W. McAfee, 
M. M. McDonald, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
L. C. Mitchell, 

Joliet, III. 

Surg. loth Reg., 111. N. G., 1876. 

Peter J. O'Malley, 

Pitts ton, Pa. 
Howard Pursell, 
Frederick John Randall, 

Asst. San. Insp. Met. Board of Health, N. Y., 
1869. Died in New York City, Dec. 25, 1869, of 
peritonitis, aet. 30. 

A. A. Ransom, 

East Orange, N. J. | 
Hamilton Rickaby, | 

N'eii/ York City. I 
Oscar Augustus Rieffel, 



Newton M. Shaffer, 

A^^w York City. 

Asst. Resident Surg, to Soc. for Relief of Rupture 
and Crippled, 1867-68. Surg, to N. Y. Ortho- 
paedic Disp. and Hosp. since 1870. Orthopaedic 
Surg, to St. Luke's Hosp. since May, 1873. 

George E. Sherman, 

Oaklajid, Cal. 
Oscar T. Sherman, 

Asst. Surg, in Seaman's Retreat Hosp., S. I. 

J. G. Shuttleworth, 

Brooklyji, N. Y. 
Louis Henry Spannhake, 

New York City. 
Charles W. Stanley, 
Alexander W. Stein, 

New York City. 

A. A. Surg. U. S. A., 1863. Prof. Phys. and 
Histology in N. Y. Coll. Dentistry, 1868. Prof. 
Com. Phys. and Hist., N. Y. Coll. V. S., 1868. 
Lecturer on Dis. Genito-Urinary Organs in Med. 
Dept. Univ. City of New York, 1869. 

John Daniel Sullivan, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., April, 

1867. Res. Phys. N. Y. Fever Hosp., April i, 

1868. Attg. Phys. Brooklyn Cath. Male Orphan 
Asy. 

William R. Thorn, 
David D. Toal, 

N'ew York City. 
H. C. Walkup, 

Charlotte, N. C. 



New York City. | 

Phys. to The German Soc. of New York Cit>', ' Lucien C. Warner, 
since 1868. 

Allan M. Ring, 
R. H. Robinson, 

Lee Centre, N. Y. 
W. F. Sanford, 

Greenpoint, L. I. 
Emilio A. Sanson y Leon, 
James T. Searcy, 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



McGrawville, N. Y. 
James B. Webster, 
Benjamin Wilson, 

New York City. 

\ House Surg, in Yorkville Disp., N. Y., 1869. 

John Wortabet, 

Beirut, Syria. 

Prof. Anat. in Med. Coll., at Beirut. 

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1868. 

William M. Abernethy, 

New t 071 y N. C. 
Daniel R. Ambrose, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., from 
Oct., 1868, to April, 1870. House Surg, in Man- 
hattan Eye and Ear Hosp., N. Y., from April, 
1870, to April, 1871. 

Armenag Asadoorian, 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., from 
April, 1869, to April, 1870. Died, about 1870, of 
typhoid fever. 

Augustus Assenheimer, 

New York City. 
William J. H. Bellamy, 

Wilmijigtofi, N. C. 
La Fayette Bennett, 
John Q. Bird, 

Hudson City, N J. 
William L. Broaddus, 

Newtown, Va. 
Maximilian Broening, 
Edward Clark, 

Middletown, N. C. 
Stanley G. Clark, 

Tuckertown, N. J. 
Charles C. Clarkson, 

Sec. to Newark (N. J.) Med. Ass., 1869. Attg 
Phys. to Newark City Disp., 1869. Surg, to New- 
ark City Eye and Ear Inf'y, 1870. Appointed to 
St. Nicholas Hosp., Newark, 1870. Died sud- 
denly at Newark, N. J., Jan. 10, 1871, of rupture 
of an abscess, aet. 27. 

Eldridge W. Close, 

Unadilla, N. Y. 
Joseph Leon Diaz, 
Robert W. Dorsey, 
James A. Duggan, 

New York City. 
Michael C. Dunnigan, 

Titiisville, Pa. 
Albert D. Elmer, 
George C. Estabrook, 
John E. Ferdinand, 

New York City. 



Elbridge G. Fogg, 
Benjamin Franklin, 

New York City. 
Louis P. G. Gouley, A.B., A.M. 

A'ew York City. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., from 
April, 1868, to April, 1869. Res. Phys. in Fever 
Hosp., N. Y., from April, 1869, to April, 1870. 
Res. Phys. and Surg, in St. Vmcent's Hosp., N. 
Y., from April, 1870, to March, 1871. Res. Phys. 
in Small-Pox Hosp., N. Y., March, 1871. 

William K. Gray, 

East Orange, N. J. 
Robert L. Grindle, 

Mt. Desert, Me. 
William Haggerty, 
James C. Hallock, 

New York City. 
Charles Hammel, 
Samuel P. Harned, 

Wooddridge, N. J. 
Thomas W. Harris, 
Abram Miller Henkel, 

Staunto?t, Va. 
Leandro Gonzalez Herrera, 
Peter V. P. Hewlett, 

Newark, N. J. 

Visiting Phys. to Out-Door Dept., Newark City 
Disp., 1868. Sec. Newark Med. Assn., 1870. 
Vice Prest., same, 1871. Attg. Phys. Newark 
City Disp., 1870. Attg. Surg. Newark City Eye 
and Ear Inf., 1870. 

Charles J. Holmes, 
Charles W. Horner, 

San Francisco, Cat. 
Bernard Hughes, 

New York City. 

Res. Phys. and Surg, in St. Vincent's Hosp., 
N. Y., 1868. 

Charles Inches, 

Portland, St. John, N. B. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., from 
Oct., 1867, to April, 1869. Phys. to Fever Hosp., 
N. Y., 1869. 

Robert P. A. Jentz, 



io8 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



David H. Johnson, 

JViujicmucca, Nev. 

House Phys. Seaman's Retreat, S. I., from 
1869-75. 

A. G. Jones, 
John L. Jordon, 

Asst. Phys. in Seaman's Fund and Retreat 
Hosp., S. I. 

Daniel A. Kennedy, 
Jerome Kidder, 

New York City. 
Thomas C. Knox, 

New York City. 
Louis R. Lamport, 

Deceased. 

William A. Lash, 
jMiguel Lastra y Capetillo, 
Faddul Leflufy, 
Alfred A. Lewis, 

Barking Ridge, N. J. 
Jose Llarena y Mesa, 
James Mcllwain, 

Okawville, III. 
Edward F. Merritt, 

Bowling Green, Ky. 
Seth Manning Mitchell, 

Monticello, N. Y. 
Alexander Montague, 

Rolesville, N. C. 
Thomas J. Moore, 

Charlotte, N. C. 
John Howard Morgan, 

New York City. 

Asst. Phys. in New York City Lunatic Asylum, 
April, 1869. House Phys. in New York Hosp. 
for Epileptics and Paralytics from April, 1869, to 
April, 1870. Attg. Phys. to N. E. Disp. since 
1871. 

Luther H. Mosely, 
William H. Munn, 
Charles K. O'Hara, 

New York City. 
R. Channing M. Page, 

New York City. 

House Phys. Bell. Hosp., 1868-69. 

John W. Pardoe, 

New York City. 



I Jacob H. Pruett, 
G. P. Ramirez, 
: Irving Jay Reynolds, 
James L. Robertson, 

New York City. 
C. Eugene Rogers, 

Minneapolis , Minn. 

Health Officer Carver Co., Minn., 1868-70. 
Health Officer Carlton Co., Minn., 1870-72. Ex. 
Surg, for Pensions, 1868-70. A. A. Surg. U. S. 
A., Yellowstone expedition, 1873. 

John W. Sanders, 

A'ewport, N'. C. 
F. Le Roy Satterlee, 

New York City. 

Univ. Cit>- of N. Y., Ph.B. Prof. Chem. Mat. 
Med. and Therap. in N. Y. Coll. Dentistry since 

1869. Lecturer on Agricul. Chem. and Hygiene 
in N. Y. Coll. V. S. since 1870. Surg. 84th Reg., 
N. G. S. N. Y. 

J. O. T. Schurig, 
Caleb Secord, 
George W. Smart, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
James Smith, 
Moses C. Stone, 

New burg, N. Y. 
Abram B. Sturges, 
Timothy Sullivan, 
William Taliafero, 
Kinchon R. Taylor, 

New York City. 
John Thompson, 

Albany, N. Y. 

Dist. Phys., 1870-73. Prest. Board of Censors, 
1874. 

Theodric Birchett Twitty, 

Riitherfordton, N. C. 
Anthony Voelker, 
William P. Welch, 
James V. S. Wooley, 

A'ew York City. 

Attg. Surg, to N. E. Disp., N. Y., since June, 

1870. Visiting Phys. to Presbyterian Hosp. since 
1874. 

Total, 82. 



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109 



1869. 

L. L. Alexander, 
William D. Ard, 

New Bloomjield, Pa. 
William D. Armstrong, 
Charles Wingate Badeau, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y., April, 1870. 
House Phys. in Nursery, Randall's Island, N. Y., 
Oct., 1870. Dist. Phys. of 5th Dist , N. Y. C, 
Nov., 1870. Attg. Phys. to N. Y. Disp., Feb., 
1871. 

Nathan E. Badgley, 
James Baldrige, 
Samuel S. Bancker, 

New York City. 

Dist. Phys. to Marion Street Lying-in Asy., 
N. Y., since July, 1870. Phys. to Old Ladies' 
Home, N. Y., since Nov., 1870. Attg. Phys. to 
Northern Disp., N. Y., since 1871. 

Francis Denton Benedict, 
Alexander H. Bird, 
Robert T. Bird, 
B. Merritt Bishop, 

Hoosic Falls, N. K 
W. A. Bradfield, 

East Pascagoula, Miss. 

Died on the loth of August, 1875, at Pasca- 
gcula, from yellow fever, contracted in the dis- 
charge of his professional duty. 

Milton T. Brassfield, 

Faskland, Ala. 
John J. Brennan, 
Henry G. Burton, 

Castle ton, Va. 
J. Edward Caldwell, 

Hopewell, N. C. 
Nathan Case, 

Musconetcon, N. J. 

Samuel Belash Childs, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Attg. Phys. to the Cent. Disp., N. Y., 1869-70. 
Attg. Phys. Home for Incurables since 1873. 

Benjamin F. Coleman, 
Jose J. Coronel, 



John Coyle, 

Port Richmond, S. I. 

Not in practice. Clergyman. 

William Croskey, 

Steubenville , Ohio. 
Samuel H. Day, 
Alva C. De Bow, 

Gurleyville, Ala. 
Charles C. Deming, 

Friendship, N'. Y. 
Orson G. Dibble, 

Pompey, N. Y. 
Maurice B. Early, 

New York City. 
David D. Ellis, 
Austin Taylor Fink, 

Freedom Plains, N. Y. 
Samuel S. Fitch, 
Thom.as C. Giroux, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Leopold Goldschmiedt, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., April, 
1869. 

Enrique Gonzalez, 
Eugene Grames, 
Robert C. Greeves, 
Isaac Newton Grubb, 

Thompsontown, Pa. 
Edward H. Hamill, 

'Jacksonville, III. 
Joseph Hasbrouck, 
Valery Havard, 
A. T. Henley, 

Macon Station, Ala. 

Counsellor of the Med. Ass., State of Alabama. 

J. O. Hoff, 

Bloomsbury, N. J. 
Oliver P. Horn, 

Niles, Mich. 
William Hughes, 
•S. Seabury Jones, 

New York City. 

Univ. of City of N. Y., A.B. Attending Phys. 
to the Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews since 
X876. 



no 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Richard Kennedy, 
\V. F. A. Kirston, 
Duncan C. Lee, 

Dead. 

William F. Leonard, 

Died in Millers Falls, Mass., Sept. 2, 1871, of 
typhoid fever, set. 28. 

James A, Lewis, 
N. C. Lewis, 

Petersburg, Va. L. L. Staton, 
J. Ernest Meiere, 
William P. Morrissy, 

Grcenpoint, Z. /. 
Daniel Murphy, 



Maximilian Joseph Reinfelder, 

Yonkers, N. V. 

Graduate of Univ. in Munich, Bavaria. 

Harlan P. Reynolds, 
Max H. Schuler, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nathan Smith, 
C. J. Stahl, 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 



John H. Sterling, 



Brooklyn, N. Y 



Rupert R. Stockard, 
Brooklyn, N. Y James Synnott, 



Truman L. Nelson 

G. S. Nuckolls, 

John Fitzgerald O'Conor, 



Bridgeport, Ct. 

House Phys. in Bell. Hosp., N. Y. Died in 
! 1873. 



New York City. J' ^' '^^^^^ 



Trinity Coll. Dublin, A.B. Res. Phys., Nursery 

and Child's Hosp., N. Y., from Jan. i, 1869. to James Brainerd Tavlor, 

April I, 1870. Asst. Inspector Met. Board of 
Health N, Y., from June i, 1870, to June 14, 1871. 



Swoop es Depot, Va, 



New York City, 

Attg. Phys. Eastern Disp., N. Y., 1869. Asst. 

AssL to Prof. Mat. Med. andTherap., Med. Dept. : TT ni. o 

^ ' ^ ; House Phys. in same, 1870. 

Univ. of City of N. Y., smce Sept., 1869. Attg. ^ ^ ^ , 

Phys. to Demilt Disp., N. Y., since May, 1870. i '^ P. iownsend. 
Died in N. Y. City, June 25, 1878, aet. 37. 

D. Edwin O'Neil, 



T. J. Townsend, 
; John A. Walker, 
New York City. Charles L. Watts, 



House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y. Died 
in N. Y. City, 1872. 



Dauphin W. Osgood, 

Foochou, China. ' Joseph C^ Yale. 
James ^L Palmer, ; 

Dal ton, Ohio. 
Edward Pendleton, •! Q}yr\ 

Brooklyn, N. Y. lO/KJ, 

Frank M. Peterson, 

Greensboro, Ala. 
'Ezra. Baldwin Pratt, 

Brownville, N. Y. \ 

Med. Cadet U. S. A., from March to Dec, 1865 

Francis H. Rankin, 



Total, 79. 



A. A. Surg., Prussian Army during the Franco- 
Prussian war, 1870-71. Act. San. Inspector Met, 
Board of Health, N. Y. 



William Henry Austin, 
Wallace Winn Bacon, 

Albany, Ga. 
: Wilham H. F. Bennett, 

Brooklyn, N. Y, 
Alexander Berghaus, 
': New York City. 

Newport, R. I. E^imanuel Bock, 

New York City. 
Maurice Boudet de Paris, 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



Ill 



William James Cadmus, 
William Dexter Camp, 

North Canaan, Ct. 
Alex. Bowerbank Campbell, 
P. Henry Clarke, 

Athens, Ohio. 

Chief of Med. Dept. Athens Lunatic Asylum. 

Franz Commlossy, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Relapsing Fever Hosp., N. Y., 
1870. Junior Asst. in Charity Hosp., 1870. Asst. 
Surg. German Army from June to Sept., 1870; 
Staff Surgeon German Army from Dec, 1870, to 
April, 1871. Died in New York, 1873. 

William James Conklin, 

Fishkill, N. V. 
Kenneth Mac Rae Covington, 
David Demott Dildine, 

Hope, N. J. 

Died of typho- malarial fever, at Hope, N. J., 
Sept., 1S72. 

Philip Eugene Donlin, 

New York City. 
David Shannon Drake, 

Huntsville, Ala. 
Henry Newcomb Dunnell, 
Glennville O'Brien Elliott, 
David Warman Fangboner, 

Montana, N. J. 
Rafael de Jesus Flores, 
Heredia de Costa Rica, Cent. Am. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp , N. Y., from 
April, 1870, to Oct., 1871. 

Ira Lane Goff, 

Corning, N. Y. 
Valentine Mott Colder, 

Died at Rossville, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1878, set. 31. 

George W. Graham, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
William Henry Grainger, 

Boston, Mass. , 
William N. Guernsey, 

New York City. 
Henry Clay Hall, 

Lisle, N. Y. 

Vice-Prest. Brown Co. Med. Soc, 1874. Prest. 
of same, 1875. 



Ira Gillette Hamlin, 

West Meriden, Ct. 

Died at West Meriden, A.D. 1871, of phthisis 
pulmonalis, 

David B. Hand, 

Columbia, Pa. 
J. J. Hardaway, 
Samuel William Harrison, 
George Heussy, 

New York City. 
Augustus Middleton Hill, 
Hugh Marison Ives, 

Hastings, N. Y. 
George Henry Jones, 
Samuel Kennedy, 

N'ew York City. 

Res. Phys. in Strangers' Hosp., N. Y., since 
Feb., 1871. 

Daniel Hixon Kitchen, 

New York City. 
George Franklin Lucas, 
Rafael Francisco Morales, 

Heredia de Costa Rica, Cent. Am. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1870-71. 
Asst. Phys. in Child's Hosp., N. Y., 1871-72. 

Alex. Edward Macdonald, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in N. Y. Hosp. for Epileptics from 
April, 1870, to May, 1871. Sen. Asst. Phys. in 
N. Y. City Asy. for Insane, May, 1871. Res. 
I'hys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., Oct., 1871-73. 
Res. Phys. N. Y. City Asylum for the Insane 
since 1873. 

Edward Luther Pardee, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., from Oct., 
1870, to April, 1872. Attg. Phys. N. Y. Disp., 
1872-75. Asst. Sanitary Inspt. N. Y. Board of 
Health Vaccinating Corps since 1874. Mem. Med. 
Journal Ass. Mem. Public Health Ass. Mem. 
N. Y. Co. Med. Soc. 

Washington Peters, 

James Jesse Peterson, A.M., 

Greensboro, Ala. 

Prof. Obstetrics Southern University. Died at 
Greensboro, Ala., Nov. 19, ,1878, of phthisis pul- 
monalis, set. 31. 



112 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



William M. Phillips, 

Wallace Switch, Va. 
Seneca Daniel Powell, 

lYew York City. 
Gustavus Adolphus Richardson, 
Henry H. Rinehart, 

Butzville, N. J. 
Jacob Drake Rogers, 

New York City, 

Died in New York City, April 8, 1875, of remit- 
tent fever. 

Theodore William Russell, 

IVinchendon, Mass. 
Lewis Sherman, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Alanson Derby Smith, 

Morris, III. 
James Walter Smith, 

New York City. 
William Stratford, 

New York City. 
John Otto Swan, 

New York City. 



1871. 

Frank Abbott, 

New York City. 

Prof. Operative Dentistry and Oral Surg., and 
Dean of Faculty in N. Y. Coll. Dentistrj'. 

Charles E. Annabel, 

Cameron^ N. Y. 
William Turner Bacon, 

Hartford, Conn. 

I Yale Coll. 1868 A.B., 1871 A.M. House Phys. 
in Charity Hasp., N. Y., from Oct., 1870, to April, 
1872. Attg. Phys. Disp. Church Holy Com- 
munion, 1873. Asst. Surg. N, Y. Eye and Ear 
Inf., 1873-76. Curator Charity Hosp., 1874-76. 
Visiting Surg. Hartford Hospital Ophthalmic De- 
partment, 1877. 

Augustus K. Baldwin, 

Newark, N. J. 
William R. Ballard, 
J. Paxton Barclay, 
George Bentz, 

New York City. 
Henry J. Bergold, 

New York City. 



Siu-g. Municipal Police, N. Y., since Aug. 13, Femando Alonzo Betancourt, 



1870. 

William Granville Sykes, 

Samuel Talmage, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Augustus P. Taylor, 
Blair Dabney Taylor, 

Charleston, West Va. 
Columbus Henry Turner, 
Wilfrido Venagas, 
Lucius D. Webb, B. P., 

Nejobern, Ala. 
William Conrad Wile, 

Sandy Hook, Ct. 
Mark Henry Williams, 

N'ew York City. 
Robert Summers Williams, 
Harlow Luman Duane Woodruff, 

Brooklyn, AL Y. 
Adolfo Zavala. 

Total, 65. 



Calle de Enra7nadas basa No. ■^j, 
St go. de Cuba. 

Asst. Phys. in N. Y. Hosp. for Epileptics from 
May to Nov., 1871. House Phys. in Charity 
Hosp., N. Y., from Nov., 1871, to Jan. 23, 1872. 

Marcus Aurelius Bogie, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Francis W. Bowron, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ephraim H. Bullock, 
Martin Luther Chambers, 

Port Jefferson, N. Y. 
Edward P. Cooper, 

Parsippany, N. J. 
Markar Dadirrian, 

Care A. B. C. F. M., Constantinople, Turkey. 

John H. B. Denton, 

Freeport^ L. I. 
Frederick A. Dietrich, 

Eleroy, III. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



113 



Frederick Richard Seward Drake, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1869-70, 
Attg. Phys. Dept. Out-Door Poor, BellevueHosp., 
N. Y., 1871-74. Curator to Charity Hosp., N. Y., 
1871-74. Visiting Phys. to Charity Hosp. since 
1874. Attg. Phys. Disp. Church of The Holy 
Communion, 1872. Consulting Phys. to same, 
1878. Asst. to the Chair of Practice of Med. 
University since 1872. Sec. Alumni Ass'n Med. 
Depart. Univ. since 1874. 

John Dwyer, 

Hartford, Ct. 
Joseph S. Farrow, 

Flanders, N, J. 
Acheson C. T. Findlay, 
Charles A. Fortun, 

Remedios, Cuba. 

Univ. City of N. Y., A.B. House Phys. in 
Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1871-72. 

Oscar H. Gibbs, 
Francis T. Gorton, 

H^aterville, N. V. 
Dorr Graves, 

Gilman, Iowa. 

Garrabet Shil Hagopian, 
Tien Hee, 

Siam. 
John H. Helm, 
George E. Hersey, 
Chauncey G. Hubbard, 

Hornellsville , N. V. 

Asst. Phys. to Lunatic Asylum, B. I., N. Y. 
City, 1872-73. Sec. Hornellsviile Acad. Med., 
1874-75- 

Henry Kent Huntington, 

New Rochelle. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1871-72. 
Surg, in Charge of Convalescent Hosp., Hart's 
Island, 1872-73. Mem. Westchester Co. Med. Soc. 

J. Lowrie Ingle, 
George Jackson, 

Himtersland, N. V. 
Dana D. Jacobs, 
Napoleon B. Johnston, 
Jacob P. Killian, 
8 



Glendy King, 

New York City. 
Joseph M. Kleiser, 

Parsons, Kansas. 
Joseph C. Kroesen, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Lecturer on Dermatology Starling Medical Col- 
lege, Columbus, Ohio. 

John Lochner, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Henry H. Luce, 
Thomas Mac Oscar, 

Yonkers, N. Y. 
Thomas McCabe, 
Charles L. McCann, 
Alvan R. McCarthy, 

Mount Union, Pa. 
Edward W. McDonald, 
William B. McGuire, 

New York City. 
Joseph McMonagle, 
Sands C. Maxson, 

De Ruyter, N. Y. 
Joseph Myers, 

Died in New York City, June 6, 1871, of typhoid 
fever, contracted of a patient while in discharge of 
his duty as House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., 
set. 22. 

John Henry Nefif, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., 1871-72. 

Joseph S. Osment, 
George D. Paschal, 
Thomas J. Pearce, 
James Peirce, 

Met /men, Mass. 
John T. Pence, 

Died at McGaheysville, Va., Dec. 25, 1871, of 
phthisis pulmonalis. 

Samuel H. Pou, 

Died in Ala. about Nov. i, 1875, of phthisis. 

Edwin Forrest Preston, 

Amity ville, N. K 
Robert Y. Ramsay, 



114 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

I Henry C. Weade, 



Ambrose L. Ranney, 

New York City. 

House Phys. in Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., 1871-72. 

Arthur L. Randolph, 

Tallahassee, Fla. 
P. M. W. Redfield, 
Edward Francis Rodrigues, 

Calle-de Colon, No. 33 Sagu a la 
Graftde, Cuba. 

Institute of Habana, A.B. House Phys. in 
Charit>' Hosp., N. Y., 1871-72. 

Ezra M. Rogers, 

Hartford, Wis. 
Owen Ossian Rogers, 
James F. Sample, 

Austin, Miss. 
Charles A. Schureman, 
Kelson B. Sizer, 

A^ew York City. 

Univ. City of New York, A.B. House Phys. to 
Roosevelt Hosp., N. Y., 1871-72. House Phys. 
Presbyterian Hosp,, N Y., 1872-73. Phys. to 
Out-Door D«pt St. John's Hosp,, Brooklyn, since 
J873. Asst. Surg, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp. 
since Ferb., 1S75. Surg. Adjunct Long Island 
College Hosp, since April, 1875, 

Edgar L. Smith, 

Parker sburgh, IV. Va. 
John B. Smith, 
M. R. Spear, 
Jij)^ Truman S. Sumner, 

A^ew York City. 

Asst. Surg. O. D. P. Dept, Bellevue Hosp., 
1873-74. Asst. to Chair Nervous Diseases Uni- 
versity Med. Coll. 

Roscius P. Thomas, 

Fitch Lafiding, N. C. 
John W. Thorp, 

Oxford, N. Y. 
J. Horace Tracy, 
Henry A. Vann, 
John E. Wade, 

Brooklyn, N Y 
Charles F. Waller, 
Robert L. C. Warlitz, 



Aft. Crawford, Va, 
John F. W^ells, 

Visalia, Cal. 

Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. Navy, 1871-74. 

George A. Wilcox, 
Nicholas Williamson, 

New Brunswick, N". J, 
Samuel M. Wilson, 
Charles Henry Yerrington, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Asst. Surg, at Relapsing Fever Hosp., N, Y., 
from April to Sept., 1870. 

Total, 85. 

1872. 

J. D. Alexander, 

Tiniberville, Va. 
W. R. Alexander, 

Barboursville, West Va. 
B. Ayres, 
W. O. Ballantine, 
J. J. Barry, 
J. W. Belvin, 

51 Rtie de Luxeinbourgh, 
Paris, France. 

M. D. Med. Coll. Va., 1861. M. D. Coll. Phys. 
and Surg., N. Y.. 1872. M. R. C. S. Eng., 1873. 

B. S. and B. L. University of France, 1875. Surg, 

C. S., 1861-65. Mem. of the British Med. Ass'n. 

J. C. Boyd, 

U. S. Navy. 
R. J. Brevard, 

Lincoln tort, N. C. 
E. V, Buck, 
J. W. Buell, 

U. S. Navy, Washington, D. C. 
J. O. Bullock, 

Scrantofi, Pa. 
A. P, Carr, 
J. H. Crawford, 

Etidora, Ka7isas. 

Died July 17, 1876. 

G. B. Danforth, 

New York City. 



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Ezra Z. Derr, 

U. S. Navy. 

Asst. Phys. in Charity Hosp., N. Y., April, 1871. 
House Phys, in same, Oct, iBjt, 

H, McC Eddy, 

Jersey City. 

House Phys. N. Y. City Asylum for the Insane, 
Supt. Hudson Cow Lunatic Asylum, New Jersey, 
1873-76. 

A. J. Eisenlord, 

New York City, 
L. P, Ensign, 
J. D. Fitch, 

Schuylet^s Lake, N. V. 
J. O. Morrison Fiset, 

New York City, 

House Staff of Charity Hosp., appointed April 
r, 1872. 

A. W. Ford, 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

House Staff of Charity Hosp., appointed Nov. 
I, 1871. 

W. E. Ford, 

[/tica, N. Y 

House Staff of Charity Hosp., appointed April 
I, 1872, Asst. Phys. N. Y. State Insane Asylum, 
Utica. Vice Pnest. Alumni Ass'n Med. Dept., 
Univ. City of N. Y. 

G. S. Gallagher, 

Ma^/es, N, Y 
J. Gardner, 
J. D. Griffith, 
R. P. Grindle, 
W. Hagadorn, 

Gildoa, N. Y 
J. A. Hall, 

Elmira, N. Y 

House Phys. Epileptic and Paralytic Hosp., 
N, Y. City, 1872, Surg. Nautical School Ship 
Mercury, 1872. 

G. H. Hammond, 
J. B. Hanaford, 

Warwick, R. L 
T. J. Happel, 
G. F. Hatch, 

Newark, N J, 



New York City. 
Gates Mills, Ohio, 



New York City. 
New York City. 



J. H. Haydon, 
A. T. Hendricks, 

C. E. Henshaw, 

E. Heron, 

Dead. 

L. S, Hill, 
O. P. Hogan, 
A. Hugart, 

T. G, Hull, 
G. Z. Hunter, 

Richard Inge, 

New York City. 

House Staff of Charity Hospital, 1872. 

G. F. Johnson, 
W. W. Jones, 

Newtonville, N C 
C. P. Kreizer, 

New York City. 

Asst. to Prof, of Histology and Phys. in N. Y, 
Coll. of Dentistry. 

H. C. Lyman, 

Sherburne, N. Y, 
A. C. F. von der Liihe, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
J. Bonet Machado, 
J. A. Mann, 

Fairfield, N. C. 
C, Marshall, 
J. A. McKinney, 

New York City. 

House Staff of Charity Hospital, 187a. 

C. McManus, 
Jean Messemer, 

New York City. 
H. C Monroe, 

Schuylerville, N. Y. 
G. R. Morse, 

New York City. 
Thomas Teasdale Mutchler, 

Broadway, N. J. 



Il6 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

L. F. De Nasielski, 



New York City. 
S. I. North, 

House Surg. Roosevelt Hospital, 1872-73. 

L. C. Persons, 

U. S. Navy, Washington, D. C. 
B. Robinson, 

Virginia City, Nevada. 

Surg. Whitfield's Brigade, Confederate Army, 
1861-63. 

A. J. Schureman, 

Newark, N. J. 

Attg. Phys. Newark City Disp. since 1873. 

M. Spicker, 

New York City. 
J. A. Steven, 

Hartford, Ct. 
J. W. Stronach, 

New York City. 
F. E. Tarver, 
J. J. Troutt, 
J. E. Tucker, 

Asst. Sanitary Inspector Board of Health, N. Y. 
City. Asst. Surg, ist Regt. Infantrj', N. G, S. 
N. Y. 

J. F. Usher, 

H. S. Vanderhoff, 

New York City. 

B. L. Weston, 

Loke Landing, N. C. 
H. M. Wilder, 

Raleigh, N. C 
W. L. Williams, 

Fry burgh. Pa. 
H. C. Willison, 

Tacoma, Ind. 
J. E. Winters, 

Tutor of Anatomy Med. Dept. University City 
of New York since 1873. House Phys. Bellevue 
Hosp., 1873-75. Demonstrator of Anatomy Med. 
Dept. University City of N. Y. since 1874. Asst. 
Curator and Pathologist Bellevue Hosp. since 
1876. 

Total, 74. 



1873. 

Terence Mahoney A'Heron, 
Rodolfo Enrique Alvarado, 
George Miles Arnold, 

New York City. 
Clarence Edwin Beebe, 
Albert Wells Bell, 
Charles Seymour Bradley, 

Cold Sprifig, Ct. 
Daniel Gile Brockway, 

Lebanofi, N H. 
Rush Parmenter Brown, 

Addison, N. Y. 
Adelbert Elverton Burdick, 
William Riley Buttles, 

Candor, N. Y. 
George Washington Chamberlain, 

New York City. 
Thomas Edward Chase, 
Thomas Edward Cone, 

New York City. 
Joseph Craemer, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Alvah Morton Dam, 

West Quiney , Mass. 
Benjamin Edson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Metter Daniel Ellison, 

Canieron Mills, N. Y. 
Edwin Lawson Farr, 
Francis Henry Flood, 

Fayette, N Y. 
Albert Cullen Fox, 
Samuel Ferguson Granger, 

Died at Canaan, Ct, about Oct. i, 1878, of 
phthisis pulmonalis. 

John Pierce Granget, 

Alew York City. 
Josephus Henry Gunning, 

New York City. 
Charles Edwin Hall, 

Greenville , N H. 



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Charles Oscar Hawkins, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 
James Alexander Hill, 
James Cowper Hannon, 

Aldanjy, N. V. 
John Allen Huling, 

Lampasas, Tex. 
Charles Alfred Hopper, 
Eli Edwards Josselyn, 

New York City, 
Edward Frazer Kelley, 

Pulaski, N. V. 
William Henry Kinabren, 

Kingston, Ga. 
James Napoleon Ketchersid, 

Ducktown, Tenn. 
Lorenzo Kohnle, 

New York City. 
Salvador Jones Lahey, 
Ezra McDougal, 
Henry Cornelius McLean, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rush Benjamin Mead, 
Charles Milne, 

New York City. 
Theodore Miller, 
Robert Alexander Murray, 

New York City. 
Cyrus Newland Nutt, 
Austin H. Patterson, 

Sykerville, N. J. 
Albert Mitchell Perrin, 

Barrington, Nova Scotia. 

Coroner for Shelbourne Co. 

Charles Sanford Plumb, 

New York City. 
Manning Nevis Robinson, 
Lyman Eddy Rockwell, 

Amenia, N. Y. 
Albert Clark Rogers, 
Samuel Eugene Shelton, 
Francis Bailey Smith, 
Lawrence Sumner Smith, 



Edward Charles Spitzka, 

New York City. 
William Stoddart, 

Anamosa, Iowa. 
Asa Theodore Van Duzee, 

New York City, 
Edward Burton Wakefield, 

Brooklyn, E. D.,N. Y. 

Asst. Phys. Ward's Island Lunatic Asylum, 
1873-74. District Phys. Lying-in Asylum, 1874- 
75- 

Edward Waitzfelder, 

New York City. 
George Walton, 
Henry Martin Weeks, 

Newark, N. J. 
George Harris West, 
Herbert Franklin Williams, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Henry Robert Wilson, 
Charles Edward Woodbury, 
Galen Murray Woodcock, 

Rockland Lake, N. Y. 
Daniel Young, 
Charles Zellhoefer, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Total, 65. 

1874. 

Frederick Crayton Ainsworth, 
T. Willard Andrus, 
Richard Carson Baker, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Miguel Antonio Barbarosa, 
John August Bentz, 
Jetson Willard Bentley, 
William Robert Berry, 
Frederick William Brown, 
Richard Lee Bohannon, 

N. Y. City Lunatic Asylum, 13. L, 1875. 

Joseph Julian Burian, 
William Spencer Caldwell, 

Warren, 111. 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Reuben Socrates Carpenter, 

Died Dec. 15, 1874, aet. 63. 

Joseph Stanisslas Carreau, 

New York City. 
Frank Lonson Cherry, 
Elisha F. Chester, 

Cedar Springs, Mich. 

Member of Board of Health since 1874. 

Harden Perkins Cochrane, 
Millard Henry Crawford, 
John Joseph Daly, 

Rahway, N. J. 
Reuben Fletcher Dearborn, 

Ly?in, Mass. 
Charles Edward Denhard, 

New York City. 
Carlos Maria Desvemine, 

New York City. 
James Joseph Stanford Doherty, 

141 Olive St., New Haven, Ct. 
John Franklin Ford, 
Robert Monroe Funkhouser, Jr., 

St. Loins. 
James B. Gilbert, 
Ignacio Gutierrez, 
Charles Webster Hanford, 
Joseph Harcourt, 

Brooklyn, N Y. 
William John Hastings, 

Died May, 1875. 

Simon Vander Hayden, 

New York City. 
John B. Hays, 
George Dallas Hersey, 

Providence, R. I. 
Edwin Wilkinson Hill, 

Glens Falls, N. Y. 

House Phys. to Charity Hosp., 1874-75. 

William Enoch Hoag, 
Anders Lawritz Hollo, 
John James Hopkins, 

Franklin, West Va. 
Elifiha Fayette Hoyt, 

Sattdgate, Vt. 



William Wiley Jackson, 
Juan Rafael Jimenez, 
Benjamin Emmett Kendig, 
Henry Benjamin Kenyon, 
Albert Wells Kilbourne, 

New York City. 
Henry Frank Kingsley, 

Schoharie, N. Y. 
George Purdy Kissam, 

Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., July, 1877, of diph- 
theria, contracted from a patient, aet. 28. 

Carl Wilhelm Kuhn, 

A^ew York City. 
William Lawrence, 
Addison Sidney Low, 

Pulaski, N. Y. 
Edward Aloysius McAuley, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
John McCormick, 

New York City. 
James Alphonsus McLochlin, 

New York City. 
Andrew Hubbard Marshall, 

Martinsville , Ind. 
Kenneth Boyd Martin, 

New York City. 
Thomas Francis Martin, Jr., 

New York City. 
Peter Morrogh, 

New York City. 
Prince Albert Morrow, 

New York City. 
Franklin Beardsley Morton, 
Frederick Benoit O'Neil, 
Ellis Soniers Piercy, 

New York City. 
Othoniel Pinto, 

House Phys. Charity Hosp., 1874-75. 

Isaiah Franklin Pray, 

New York City. 

House Surg. Woman's Hosp., N. Y. City, 1874- 
75- 

Charles Herbert Ransom, 

Lockport, N. Y. 



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119 



Charles Tweed Rodgers, 

New York City. 
Adelbert Noyce Russell, 
Frank B, Ryan, 
Edward Livingston Shaffer, 

New York City. 

Asst. Surg. N. Y. Orthopaedic Disp. and Hosp., 
:873-74. 

Charles Henry Steele, 

San Fraficisco, Cal. 

RutgePs College, A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. 
Surg. P. M. Steamship Co., 1874-75. Act. 
Asst. Surg. U. S. A., 1875-76. 

Albert Sylvester Tobien, 
James Patrick Spillane, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Albert Toepfer, 
Oscar Sheffield Williamson, 

Greenwood, N. Y. 
John Wilbur, 
Henry Thomas Whitney, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
Seymour Bickwell Young, 

Total, 73. 

1875. 

Milton Nathan Armstrong, 
James Thomas Badham, 

New York City. 
Emanuel Swarr Baer, 
David Leland Bailey, 
George Alden Balcom, 
Parker Nathaniel Balcom, 
Clayton Adelbert Becker, 

New York City. 
Franklin Bennett, 

New York City. 
Henry Hassert Biggam, 
William Riley Blakeslee, 
Henry Marshall Bourne, 

Masojiville, N. Y. 
Charles Pleasant Bowman, 
John Gilmore Boyd, 

New York City. 



Winfield Scott Bronson, 
Valentine Browne, 

New York City. 
James Sylvester Buchanan, 
Michael Joseph Burke, 
Joseph M. Byrne, 

New York City. 

House Phys. and Surg. St. Vincent's Hosp., 

1875. 

Charles Welford Camp, 
Henry Townsend Carpenter, 

House Phys. Charity Hosp., 1874-75. Died in 
N. Y. City, Oct. 30, 1876, of phthisis pulmonalis, 
set. 23 years. 

James Given Carpenter, 
William Henry Chamberlin, 
Jeremiah Joseph Corcoran, 
William Henry Craig, 
Benjamin Franklin Crummer, 

Warren, III. 
William Augustus Clark, 
William Burton De Garmo, 

New York City. 

Darius Stearns Dearborn, 

Class Valedictorian. 

Edward Ross Elliot, 
Thomas John Farleigh, 

Blue Springs, Nebraska. 
Peter Joseph Flanagan, 
Isaac Parsons Fiske, 

Southington, Ct. 
Jacob Foertsch, 

Died in ><ew York City, Feb., 1876, of pneumo- 
nia. 

Henry Furness, 

Malone, N. Y. 

Phys. to Vermont State Prison, 1875-77. 

Jacob Goodman, 
Charles Campbell Greer, 
Roger Marvin Griswold, 

Plantsville, Ct, 

Mem. Ct. State Med, Soc. 

Robert John Heinmiiller, 

New York City, 



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UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Samuel Alexandre Heifer, 
Franz Heuel, 

New York City. 
Raphael Franklin Hine, 
John Funnell Holmes, Jr., 

Neu) York City. 

House Phys. Charity Hosp., 1875-76. Curator 
Charity Hosp. since 1877. Atrg. Phys. O. D. P. 
Dept. Bellevue Hosp. since 1877. 

Julius William Hupfeld, 

New York City. 
Arthur Thaddeus Jacobs, 
George Lauck Jacobs, 
John Henry James, 

St. Peter, Minn. 

Charles Kaemmerer, 

New York City. 
Patrick Joseph Keegan, 
George James Kiernan, 

N^ew York City. 
Frederick Jacob Kneuper, 
Francis William Lindsay, 

New York City. 
Edward William McBirney, 

Willett,N. Y. 
Nathan Callender Mackey, 

Springville, Pa. 
Michael Joseph Madigan, 
Thomas Henry Manley, 
Thomas Meredith Maxwell, 

New York City, 

William Loundes Meroney, 
Adolphus George Meyersburg, 
Samuel Nelson Miller, 
Gerald Ryan Moloney, 
William Lewis Moore, 
John Clarence Morgan, Jr., 
Franklin Robert Newberry, 
James Loyd Nicholson, 
John Emory Paine, 

Died in Aberdeen, Miss., Sept. 15, 1875, aet. 24. 



Ensign Bennett Pardee, 
Anthony Peck, Jr., 
Peter John Popoff, 
Charles Frederick Ringler, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Paul Roach, 
Eli Everett Roberts, 
Robert Hermann Roehr, 

Brooklyn, N. K 
John Cassell Rogers, 
Charles P. R. Shoenemann, 

New York City. 
Karekeen Hekimian Sewny, 

Brooklyn, N'. Y. 
Edgar Charles Skinner, 
Frank Lewis Smith, 
Lyman Beecher Smith, 

Woodstock, N. Y. 
Frank Wood Spaulding, 

Class Valedictorian. 

Rufus Goldsmith Stanbrough, 
Clifford Morrogh Stelle, 
Kilburn Holt Swett, 
George P. H. Taylor, 
Paul John Taylor, 
Frank Eugene Towers, 
Henry Trucedell Trantham, 
Policarpo Trejos, 
Theodore Knapp Tuthill, 

New York City. 
Alphonsus Howard Walter, 
Charles Shepherd Webb, 
Charles A. Wilkerson, 
Rudolph August Witthaus, Jr., 

A^ew York City. 

Assoc. Prof. Chem. and Physiol. Med. Dept. 
Univ. City of N. Y., 1876-78. Prof, of Chem. and 
Tox. Med. Dept Univ. Vert. 

William Thomas Williams, 
George Williamson, 
Henry Clarence Young, 

Kickapoo, III. 
Total, 95. 



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121 



1876. 

Hubbard Kavanaugh Adamson, 
Thomas Augustine Anthony, Jr., 
Jerome Gill Atkinson, 
James McCullum Atkinson, 
Frederick Eri Barrows, 
Josephus Simmons Beard, 

G or do 71 y Ala. 
John Alexander Boyd, 
Willard Bether Braley, 

Chelsea y Vt. 
Peter Valentine Burnett, 

New York City. 

Ninety-ninth street Reception Hosp. 

Charles Delevan Buss, 

Bradford, Penn. 
Patrick James Byrne, 

Died at New York City, Aug. 20, 1877, of 
phthisis pulmonalis. 

Herman Canfield, 
Charles Henry Carpenter, 
Sampson Benjamin Carpenter, 
Payson Martin Chadwick, 
George Whitefield Chandler, 

Class Valedictorian. 

George Lennon Clark, 

Brown Marsh, N. C. 
Dwight Ebeazer Cone, 
Franklin Benjamin Crocker, 
Wm. Atwill Crocker, 
Daniel Leland Davis, 
George Warden Davis, 
Charles McLarty Devereux, 

New Salejn, Texas, 
John Devlin, 
Edward Joseph Donlin, 
Elbert Clarence Drake, 
Hervey Owen Dunbar, 

Athol, Mass. 
James Mendenhall Dunlap, 
Rudolph Eichler, 
Warren Augustus Fanning, 

New York City. 



William Edward Forest, 

New York City, 
Henry Foord, 
Charles James Fox, 

Willimantic , Ct. 

House Surg. Hartford Hospital, 1876-77. 

Frederick Fanning Gage, 

James George, 

Clifford Holcomb Gibbons, 

Canton, Penn. 
William Arthur Gorton, 
Alexander Mansfield Goodman, 

New York City. 
George Alexander Graham, 
George Griffin Hallenbeck, 
Herman Hardrick, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

House Surg. Mt. Sinai Hospt., 1877-78. Visiting 
Phys. St. Catherine's Hosp., 1878. 

M. Kivork Harootunian, 
Henry Hollinshead Harman, 
William Luther Herriman, 
Joseph Henry Hillyer, 
Emil Wilhelm Hoeber, 

New York City. 

Ernst Friedrich Gottlieb Horst, 

New York City. 

Otto Huebner, 

New York City. 

Joseph Braden Humphrey, 

Derastus Hanks James, 

New York City. 

Arthur Weir Johnstone, 
George Benjamin Johnson, 
Henry Sebastian Karrmann, 
Ford Kendrick, 
Charles Morris Klock, 
WilUam Ward Knight, 

Hartford, Conn. 

Kavork Muggerdich Kreecorian, 
Archibald Lawson, 
William Robert Leonard, 
Charles Albert Julius Lignot, 



122 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



John Bernard Linehan, 

New York City. 
Augustus Clay Lucas, 
Jose Jacinto Luis, 
William Clerk Lutkins, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Leonard Cassell McPhail, 

New York City. 

Bellevue Hospital. 

Justo Pastor Martinez, 

A^ew York City, 
Theodore Leo Meyer, 

New York City. 
Franklin Pierce Miller, 
Joseph Harrison Vondy Miller, 
John Daniel Mitchell, 

Hornellsville, N. Y. 
Fredk. Wm. Hermann Miiller, 
Theodore Munro, 
Wm. Headon Murchison, 
John Dudley Neet, 

Rich7nond, Ky. 
John Whitney Niles, 
Henry Selden Norris, 

New York City. 
Alexander Peter O'Malley, 
Timothy Hayes O'Neil, 
Robert Ormsby, 

New York City. 
Franklin Oulton, 
Albert Head Palmer, 

Marlborough, N. Y. 
Matthew Moncrieff Pattison, 
Alexander Olcott Payne, 
Rufus Wilie Peacock, 
Joseph Pearse, 
Arthur Quin Phelan, 

Lowell, Mass. 
Harvey Knight Philbrick, 

Died suddenly at Sandy Creek, N, Y., Sept., 
T876. 

Bradford Franklin Plews, 
Daniel Edgar Pocock, 



Edgar Potts, 
Walter Rae, 
William David Rankin, 

Allegheny City, Pa. 
Walter James Ransom, 
Thomas Reid, 
Charles Richard, 

New York City. 
Abner Benton Roberson, 
Frederick Charles Robinson, 

New York City. 
William Rogers, 

New York City. 
Charles Wesley Rush, 
Edward Sanders, 

New York City. 
Peter Herbert Sheridan, 
George Dies Sitzer, 

Franklin, N. Y. 
Charles Rock Smith, 
Henry Howard Smith, 
James Stuart Somerville, 
Loyal Tyler Sprague, 
Justin Steer, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Austin B. Stillson, 
Franklin Brainard Strickland, 

New York City. 
Edwin Sylvester Swisher, 
Revere Cook Tappan, 
William Howland Taylor, 

New York City. 
Edward L. Thomas, 
Clark Lawrence Van Allen, 
Volkert Van Vleck, 
C. A. Von Ramdohr, 

New York City. 
Isaac Smith Vreeland, 
Benjamin Franklin White, 
William Scott White, 
William Henry Whitehead, Jr., 
George Harris Whitcomb, 

Cato, N. Y. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



123 



Charles Henry Wilson, 

Brooklyn, N. V. 
Augustus Wesley Wright, 
Rush Floyd Young. 

Total, 123. 

1877. 

James Anderson, 
Edward B. Atkins, 
Henry Martin Bachelor, 
Brooks Ono Baker, 
Franklin Baldwin, 
Alanson Cooper Bailey, 
De Barger, 
Charles Thomas Beck, 

New York City. 
Benjamin Benoit, Jr., 
Alfred Howard Beers, 
Evert James Bergen, 
John William Bowdoin, 
Willard Parker Bowser, 
Lawrence Brennan, 

Died at Naugatuck, Ct., on March 17, 1878, of 
phthisis pulmonalis. 

Thomas Brennan, 
George Snider Brown, 
Francis Wayland Brown, 
Eggleston Burrows, 
Thomas William Busche, 

New York City. 
William Drury Cady, 
Constance Harvey Cambridge, 
Walton J. Carpenter, 
George Hill Carter, 

Fort Defiance, N. C. 
Frederick F. Chaffee, 
Edward Moses Child, 
John Sanderson Christison, 
Walter Edward Cladek, 

House Phys. Charity Hosp., B. I., 1877-78. 

George Clarendon Clark, 
Henry Hicks Coleman, 
Nathaniel Rannels Coleman, 



John Alvenus Cone, Jr., 
William Shepherd Conover, 

New York City. 
Benjamin Franklin Cornell, 
Henry Bell Conrad, 

New York City. 
Charles Richard Crouch, 
James Seth Cooley,, 

Sandy Hook, N. Y. 

Williams College, A.M., 1872. 

Cecil Stevens Cutler, 
Horace Hill Cowles, 
Thomas Mclntyre Cullimore, 
Vernon Grant Culpepper, 

New York City. 

Charity Hospital. 

Jacob Daab, 

Herbert Temple Dawson, 
Henry Vroom Day, 
Clarence Monroe Dodge, 
Orlando Benajah Douglas, 

New York City. 
Pascal Monroe Dowd, 

New York City. 

Bellevue Hospital. 

Henry Walter Dudley, 
Herbert Atlee Ellison, 
James Henry Forman, 
Rull Stearns Gage, 
John Knox Gailey, 
James Adrian Goggans, 

Alexander City, Ala. 
Forest Abraham Gillen, 
William Cummings Warren Glazier, 

New York City. 
Hulbert Clay Giles, 
WiUiam Clement Gilliam, 

New York City. 
Juan Jose Ulloa Y. Giralt, 

New York City. 
Owen Augustus Gorton, 
George Sydney Goff, 
Emil Ernest Guenther, 



124 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



John Hoagland Hammond, 
Marshall Dayton Hammer, 
George Haner, 
William Chadbourne Haven, 
Louis Haupt, 

New York City. 
Francis Mason Hayes, 
William Dovvie Heiner, 
Andrew Adolphus Henske, 
George August Herschel, 

New York City. 
Jesse Phillips Herring, 
De Witt Hitchcock, 
Channing Albert Holt, 
Samuel Judd Holmes, 
James Florns Huntley, Jr., 
William Simonton Hurd, 
Marcus Morton Johnson, 
Stephen Joseph Johnson, 
Aloysius Kesseler, 
John Willis Kellam, 
Robert John Kingston, 
Frederick Eugene Knapp, 
Samuel Kohn, 

New York City. 
Gustav Louis Krieger, 

New York City. 
James Mattison Laird, 
John Alphonsus Lannigan, 

Buffalo. 

William Henry Lawrence, 
Henry Wilkins Lewis, 
Henry Vilroy Ludlum, 
Livins Lankford, 
Eugene Walker Lovell, 
Eldorus De Mott Lyon, 
John Noland Mackenzie, 

New York City. 

Bellevue HospitaL 

Medicus Ramsey Mallette, 
John Henry Martin, 
Emil Mayer, 



Sumner McBee, 

Delos White McConnell, 

John Rogers McDermott, 

New York City, 
Hector Laughlin McFadyen, 
Francis Augustus McGuire, 

New York City. 
Patrick Joseph McHugh, 
William Christian Michaelis, 
Clinton Clarence Miller, 

New York City. 

Maurice Norton Miller, 
James Wallace Milliken, 
William Fenton Millington, 

Port Washington^ L. I. 

Edgar Moreman, 

Francis Marion Odell, 

James White Ogden, 

Sam.uel Dickinson Otis, 

Thomas P. Oven, 

Jay Owens, 

Richard Thomas Osborne, 

N'ew York City. 

Albert George Paine, 

Chicago, III. 

Class Valedictorian. 

Charles Everett Carter Peyton, 
George Frederick Pitts, 
John William Pitts, 

New York City. 

John Alfred Pollock, 
Arthur Edward Prince, 
Robert McKeever Rankin, 
John Randolph, 

Ceasar Augustus Louis Herman Von 
Ramdohr, 

New York City. 
Edward George Rave, 
William Cabel Rives, 

Newport, R. I. 
John Cowenhoven Robert, 



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125 



Thomas Lindsay Robertson, 
Marcena Glezen Rood, 
Adolph Rupp, 

New York City. 

Charity Hospital. 

William Henry Russell, Jr., 
Matthew Thompson Scott, Jr. 
Gustav Schmetzer, 

Brooklyn, A\ V. 
Louis Livingston Seaman, 

New York City, 

Emigrant's Hospital, W. I. 

Harutune Haick Shirimano, 
Aaron Skinner, 
Whitmell Pugh Small, 
Homer Alvin Smith, 
Thomas William Smith, 
Alvin Daniel Stewart, 
Roland Henshall Stubbs, 
John Abraham Steadman, 
Henry Charles Toal, 
James Dowling Trask, Jr., 

Astoria, L. I. 
Franklin Curtis Twiss, 

New York City. 
John Alexander Tyson, 
Ludger Caleste Vincent, 

A^ew York City. 
Edward Everett Waite, 
Wicks Washburn, 

City Insane Asylum, New York City. 

Millard Fillmore Warner, 
William Neal Watt, 
Francis Irwin Welch, 
Abraham Guillermo Wendell, 
John Alfred Westlake, 
George Arthur Willey, 
Dugald Cameron Winship, 
William Henry Wilson, 

New York City. 
Joshua Restord Weeks. 

Total, 157 



1878. 

James Whitfield Abernethy, 

Albert Ristine Adams, 

Michael Hohannesian Aghakhan, 

Heman Bangs Andrew, 

Jesse Howes Averill, 

Fillmore Drew Bagley, 

Paul Brandon Barringer, 

George Mather Beckwith, 

Randolph Belmer, 

John James Berry, 

New York City. 
Wallace Elbert Bland, 
Emmett Daniel Boag, 
Charles Gordon Bohannan, 
George Eugene Bragdon, 

Nebraska, Ohio. 
Charles Wesley Brown, 

Dexter, Maine. 
William Clarence Brownson, 
Joseph Hammond Bryan, 

New York City. 

House Phys. Charity Hosp. 

Jacob Wesley Burton, 
Albert Sanders Burtt, 

New York City. 
Hobart Cheesman, 

New York City. 
Benjamin Alvin Church, 
Jesse Elbert Church, 
De Witt Clinton Clark, 
George Denison Clift, 

A^e7U York City. 

Chambers Street Hospital. 

Alexander Daniel Creamer, 

Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 11, 1878. 

Miguel Cruz, 
Alexander Dallas, 

New York City. 
James Davenport, Jr., 
Charles Elmer Davis, 
Eugene Willard Davis, 



126 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Ashbel Arza Dean, 
Thomas Amory De Blois, 
Charles Emory De Lancey, 
Albert Pickett Dickson, 
Joseph Solon Dodge, 
David Edward Dudley, 
Thomas Andrew Dundas, 
James Henry Dunn, 
George Henry Dunster, 
Paul Ehrhart, 

New York City. 
William Lawrence Estes, 

New York City, 
George Ewh, 

George Washington Faller, 
George Hurlburt Felton, 

Class Valedictorian. 

Hiram Alexander Fish, 
Edward Dix Fisher, 
Manuel Jesus Flores, 
William John Flocken, 
David Franklin, 
Milo Wilder Frary, 
Edward Davis Fuller, 
Elam Mayhem Garton, 
William John Gaudineer, 
William Meredith Gibson, 
James Keirl Gilder, 
Frederick Saltonstall Gould, 

New York City. 

Belleviie Hospital. 

John William Severin Gouley, 

New York City. 

Carlton Graves, 

Zanesville, Ind. 

George D. Griffin, 

Edward Payson Hammond Griswold, 
New York City. 

Bellevue Hospital. 

Lucien Hayden Guptill, 
John Blair Guthrie, 
John Erasmus Harper, 
Samuel Harrison, 



John Titus Hay, 
William Henry Haynes, 

New York City. 
Samuel Alonzo Hazen, 
John Bascome Hibben, 
Haller Hippocrates Henkel, 
John Broad Higgs, 
William Henry Hill, 
Harlyn Hitchcock, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Emanuel Hochheimer, 
Henry Hicks Howland, 

New York City. 
Frank Allen Hubbard, 

Taunton, Mass, 
Payson Taylor Huckins, 

Bangor, Me. 
James Perry Hughart, 
Henry Judson Hunt, 

Cocolatmis, Penn, 
William Hutton, 
Thomas Jefferson Jacobs, 
Dryden Johnson, 

New York City. 

Bellevue Hospital. 

Nathan Johnson, 
Samuel Gager Johnson, 
Frederick Perley Jones, 
Joseph Alphonse Marie Kene, 
Garabed Abgar Knajian, 
Charles Sumner Laughlin, 
Charles Rowe Lee, 
William M. Leszynsky, 
John Thomas Levi, 
Henry Levy, 

New York City. 

Charity Hospital. 

William Arthur Little, 
Leonard Young Loring, 
Alfred Augustine Lutkins, 
Archibald Lybolt, 

New York City. 
Henry Horace Lynch, 
David Stuart Lyon, 

Charlotte, N. C. 



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127 



Herbert George Lyttle, 

New York City. 

Charity Hospital. 

George Alexander Macdonald, 

Thomas Howard Marable, 

Victor McBrayer, 

James McDonough, 

Robert Milbank, 

Peter Augustus Molliing, 

George Joseph Moser, 

New York City. 

David Mosher, 
John Pleasant Motley, 
James Robert Nankivell, 
Walter Ashbury Newman, 
Stoyell Cady Parsons, 

New York City. 

Clarence W. Paul, 
Charles Dewey Pearson, 
Franklin Duane Pierce, 

Bradford^ Pa. 

Walter Randall Pike, 
Horace Albert Place, 
Charles Elihu Ouimby, 

New York City. 

Bellevue Hospital. 

Edwin Benjamin Ramsdell, 

New York City. 

Presbyterian Hospital. 

Frederick Coe Riley, 

New York City. 

Milton Josiah Roberts, 

New York City. 

Hassan Allen Rogers, 
David Rosenthal, 

New York City. 

Martin Amador Salcedo, 
Francis Augustus Schlitz, 

Brooklyn^ N. Y. 
Mark Sheppard, 
Irwin Simpson, 



Thomas Augustus Skillman, 

Dutch Neck, N. J. 

Charles Slaughter, 

New York City. 

New York Hospital. 

Leander Chapman Smith, 
Shales Irving Stanton, 
Robert Augustus Stewart, 

New York City. 

James Francis Sullivan, 

Emanuel Jacob Stout, 

John C. Sutton, 

Philip Thomas Wadham Sydenham, 

Jesse Eugene Thomson, 

Jose Ygnacio Toscano, 

George Dana Towne, 

Mattchesterj N. H. 

Milton Turnure, 
Francis Valk, 

New York City. 

Harvey David Van Gaasbeck, 

New York City. 

Alvah Coit Van Syckle, 
John Wesley Van Winkle, 
Hugh Ward, 
William Henry Wallace, 
William Edward Wamsley, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Matthew Watts, 

New York City. 

Henry Clay Welfley, 

Byron Whitford, 

George Clinton Fairchild Williams, 

James Freeman Williamson, 

Orville Jay Wilsey, 

West Oneonta, N. Y. 

George W. Wood, 

Dead at Southampton, Mass,. August 22, 1878, 
of diphtheria, contracted while in the discharge of 
his professional duty. 

Total, 153 



128 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



1879. 

Edmund Abbott, 

Nahabell Vghisha Abdalian, 

Turkey. 

Frank Kenley Ainsworth, 
Howard Oliver Allen, 
Stephen Arthur Allen, 
Joseph Anderson, 
Clinton Levi Bagg, 
Lewis Wilson Baker, 
Orville Clark Baker, 
Lester Cass Baldwin, 
Turner Eugene Balsley, 
Charles Alonzo Barnard, 
Melville Winslow Barnhart, 
Francis Henry Bates, Jr., 
Andrew Baylies, 
Warren Augustus Bedell, 
George Hoxie Beebe, 
Herman Johannis Boldt 
William Francis Xavier Bourne, 
James Patton Boyd, 
Charles Mortimore Bradt, 
Norman Purple Brainard, 
Willson Orton Bridges, 

Ogdensburg, A^ K 

Charles Henry Brown, 
George Tallmadge Brown, 
William Ellery Brownell, 
William Wallace Bruce, 
William John Brunner, 
Wilber Allerd Bumps, 
John Eayleson Byers, 
Mathew Stuart Caldwell, 
Albro Richard Carman, 
Henry Adams Carr, 
Israel H. Casparian, 



Turkey. 



Morris Leyser Chaim, 
William Rockwell Chichester, 
John Henry Cipperly, 



Franklin Henry Clark, 

Cleveland y Ohio. 

Josiah Henry Clark, 

Henry Pineo Clay, 

Nelson Clements, Jr., 

Theodore Cole, 

Ira Morris Comstock, 

Newton Cook, 

George Makepiece Cooper, 

John Moore Crump, 

Josiah White Cummings, 

Emmet Burr Daley, 

William Carey Davies, 

William Abernethy De Forest, 

Francis Lucio D'Korth, 

Columbus Drew, Jr., 
I Henry Russell Dunne, 
! Andrew Egan, Jr., 

H. Elias Eusherian, 

Syria. 

George Dean Ferguson, 

Littleberry Steinbach Foster, 

William Wellesly Fowler, 
Joseph Russell Finney, 
Walter William Roscoe Fisher, 
Louis Frederick Frank, 
John William Freeman, 
Clemens Fulder, 
Clarence Rodolphus Gardner, 
Thomas James Garrigan, 
Robert Fitzgerald Gillin, 
John Harvey Girdner, 
Charles Morris Glenn, 
Thomas Fillis Goodwin, Jr., 
John Gray, 

Charles Edward Grovesteen, 
Charles Henry Grube, Jr., 
Frederick Augustus Guerin, 
James Francis Halbert, 
John Francis Hayes, 
Timothy Rogers Henderson, 
Wallace John Herriman, 
Carl Herzog, 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



129 



Clifford Hewitt, 

William Wickham Horton, 

George Bassett Howard, 

Peter Hughes, 

Frederick John Hund, 

Eben Hunt, 

Aaron Sanford Hyatt, 

Frederick Eugene Johnson, 

John Elias Johnson, 

John Humphrey Johnson, 

John McKenzie Johnston, 

Wendell Phillips Kenney, 

William Hale Kirk, 

William Henry Kunkelman, 

Samuel Pierpont Ladd, 

James Ryder Latham, 

George William Leonard, 

Milton Hall Leonard, 

Gary Massillon Lewis, 

Thomas Linn, 

Leon Raimundo Lopez-Silvero, 

William Henry Lopp, 

Valley City, hid. 
Edwards Jarod Loughlin, 
Hiram Levi Manchester, 
Rolph Denman Marsh, 
Carey F. Marshall, 
Daniel Emory Mason, 
Daniel Gardener Mason, 
Nathan Webster Mastin, 
Samuel McCallum, 
Samuel Morrison McConnell, Jr., 
John Cresap McCoy, 
Thomas McCrosson, 
Peter McLean, 
William Parker Mercer, 
Cyrus Knapp Merriam, 
Charles William Miller, 
Joseph Charles Miller, 
Samuel Mitchell, Jr., 
Horace Wilber Morgan, 
Benjamin Rowland Morrow, 
Abram Beekman Mosher, 
9 



Richard William Muller, 
William Hamilton Naylor, 
Herbert Thomas Neely, 
Merritt William Thornton Negus, 
Edward Valentine Newton, 
Charles Frederick Ober, 
Robert Offenbach, 
Charles Herbert Osborne, 
Willard Clark Otterson, 
Samuel Outwater, 
Dennis Joseph Quirk, 
Albert Barrows Randall, 
Egbert G. Rankin, 
James Henry Redfield, 
George Barstow Richmond, Jr., 
Rufus Ripley, 
Edward King Root, 

New York City. 
Frank Austin Roy, 
Marcus DeWitt Satterlee, 
Erastus Seymour, 
Phihp James Speener Sheeder, 
Edwin Marvin Sheldon, 
Samuel Mantor Slocum, 
Homer L. Smith, 
Samuel Wesley Smith, 
William Thayer Smith, 
John Alphonse Sprague, 
Ralph Henry Spencer, 
Dewey H. Stone, 
Jerome Leslie Stone, 
William Stubenford, 
James Joseph Sullivan, 
Edward Tanner, 
Ivory Pease Tash, 
Ruffus Allen Thompson, Jr., 
Frank Tilton, 

Marshall, Wis. 
Edward Tonkin, 
Alexander Trautman, 
Edward Gilbert Tuffs, 
Walter Elbert Tyler, 
Marvin Wallace Van Denburg, 



I30 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Charles Cornelius Van Waters, 
George Munson Vandegrift, 
George Vandenhoff, Jr., 
George Voorhees, 
Edwin Walker, 
James Ruggles Walker, 
Edwin Eugene Wallace, 
John Henry Weckel, 
Xavier Oswald Werder, 
Redfield Benjamin West, 

Guilford, Ct. 
Newton Hugh Wilber, 
John Willard, 
George Albert Williams, 



George Charles Willis, 
Robert Ingraham Wilson, 
John Gustavus Winkelman, 
William Robert Winters, 
John Wright Withers, 
Theodore Clement Wood, 
Charles Paul Woodring, 
Charles Morris Wooster, 
Ludson Worsham, 
Joseph Bidmead Wright, 
Benjamin Leon Wyman, 
Charles Henry Yale, 
Julian Rouldo Zamora. 

Total, 204. 



INDEX OF THE ALUMNI. 



Recipients of the honorary degree are indicated by the afiBx h. 





lABBOTT. 


1872. 


.W. T>. 




ANDREWS. 


1849. 


.Charles. 


1845. 


.William J. 


1847. 


.Benjamin. 


1879. 


.Edmund. 


1854. 


.William W. 


1861. 


.Franklin M. 


1871. 


.Frank. 




ALFORD. 


3857. 


. Henry F. 


1857. 


. Franklin B. 


1844. 


. James N. 


1S49. 


.John S. 


1842. 


.Norman. 


1845. 


.John M. K. 


1857. 


. Solomon. 




ABDALTAN. 




ALLEMAN. 


1847. 


. Thomas D. 


1879. 


.Hahabed Y^hisha. 


1854. 


.A.J. 


1846. 


.Thomas E. 




ABELA. 


1863. 


.Levi J. 


1856. 


.William R. 


1866. 


.Sibley, fi. 




ALLEN. 




ANDRUS. 




ABELL. 


1879. 


. Howard Oliver. 


1874. 


.T. Willard. 


1858. 


.John U. 


1842. 


. John L. 




ANNABEL. 




ABERNATHY. 


1879. 


.Stephen Arthur. 


1871. 


.Charles E. 


1849. 


.Robert T. 


1861. 


. Timothy F. 




ANNAN. 




ABERNETHY. 




ALLEY. 


1855. 


.Robert L. 


1878. 


.James WhiLfield. 


1854. 


. James T. 




ANSMAN. 


1868. 


.William M. 




ALLISON. 


1851. 


.A. Etienne. 




ADAMS. 


1853. 


.Matthew L. 




ANTHONY. 


1878. 


.Albert Ristine. 




ALSOP. 


1876. 


. Thomas Augustine, Jr. 


1852. 


.Benjamin F. 


1864. 


. Joseph W. 


1867. 


.Walter E. 


185:3. 


.John Q. 




ALVARADO. 




ARD. 


1853. 


.William V. 


1873. 


.Rodolfo Enrique. 


1869. 


.William D. 




ADAMSON. 




ALVEAR. 




ARENDELL. 


1876. 


.Hnbhard Kavanaugh. 


1846. 


. Diego de. 


1843. 


.Michael F. 




AGHAKJIAN. 


1849. 


. De Leon y. 




ARMSTRONG. 


1878. 


.Michael Hohannesian. 




ALWARD. 


1860. 


.JohnH. 




AGNEW. 


1856. 


.Aaron. 


1875. 


. Milton Nathan. 


1848. 


.James A. 




AMBROSE. 


1869. 


.William D. 




AGUIRRE. 


1868. 


Daniel R. 


ia56. 


.William L. 


1865. 


.Antonio V. J. 




AMERMAN. 


1859. 


.William S. 


1873. 


A'HERON. 

.Terence ]\rahoney. 

AlCHELB. 


1854. 
1843. 


.George K. 

AMES. 
.Charles E. 


1845. 


ARNDT. 
. Cyrus. 


1856. 


.Emil. 




AMISS. 




ARNOLD. 




AIGNER. 


1858. 


.John B. 


1867. 


. James F. 


1857. 


. Godfrey. 




AMUSAT. 


1873. 


. George Miles. 




AIKEN, 


1844. 


.Dr., h. 




ARROWSMITB. 


1849. 


.William E. 




1844. 


.J. Edgar. 




AINSWORTH. 




ANDERSON. 




ASHBURN. 


1879. 


.Frank Kenley. 


1851. 


.Franklin W. 


1846. 


.Robert A. 


1874. 


.Fred. Cray ton. 


1860. 


.Garrtt A. C. 




ASHFORD. 


1866. 


.Herman R. 


1846. 


. H. Mortimer. 


1854. 


.James W. 




AKIN. 


1877. 


.James. 




ASHLEY. 


1853. 


.Lemuel H. 


1860. 


. James H. 


1845. 


.Calvin F. 




ALBURY. 


1866. 


. James H. 




ASSADOORIAN. 


1846. 


.John W. 


18.^9. 


. John. 


1868. 


.Armenag. 




ALEXANDER. 


1879. 


.Joseph. 




ASSENHEIMER. 


18.50. 


.Charles. 


1858. 


.Richard. 


1868. 


.Augustus. 


1854. 


. Hugh. 


1858. 


. Tazwell Z. 




ATKINS. 


1872. 


.J. D. 


1852. 


. William. 


1877. 


.Edward B 


1869. 


.L. L. 




ANDREW. 




ATKINSON. 


1858. 


.Robert P. 


1878. 


. Heman Bangs. 


1876. 


. Jameb McCuUuin. 



132 UNIVERS 


ITY 01 


■ THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 


1876. 


.Jerome Gill. 


1874. 


. Richard Carson. 


1876. 


. Frederick E. 


1861 


. Louis E. 


1862. 


.RolUnT. 


1855. 


. George T. 




ATWOOD. 




BALCOif. 




BARRY. 


1858. 


.Aupistus A- 


1875. 


.George A'den. 


1872. 


.J. J. 


1861. 


.KraelG. 


1875. 


.Parker Nathaniel, 




BARTHEZ. 




AUSTLN-. 






1856. 


.E., h. 


1870. 


. William Henry. 


1S69. 


BALDRIDGE. 




BART LETT. 




AVERILL. 


. James. 


1850. 


.Edward G. 


1878. 


.Jesse Howpp. 




BALDWIN. 


ia46. 


.Joseph E. 




AVCRIGG. 


1871. 


Augustus K. 




BARTON. 


1848. 


.Benjamin B. 


1S48. 


. Benjamin J. 


1858. 


.William G. 




AYLETT. 


1849. 


.Da^id A. 




BASS. 


1&45. 


.Philip A. 


1877. 


. Frank. 


1817. 


.Daniel :iL 


1848. 


.William D. 


1879. 


. Lester Cass. 


1855. 


. Jeptha D. 




AYHES. 


184:j . 


.Milton, 




BATCHELDER. 


1872. 


.B. 




BALL. 


1845. 


. George H. 


1845. 


.Daniel. 


1849 


.Jay. 

.John. 


1846. 


.J., /t. 


1S4S. 


.D. Cooper. 


1846 ; 




B. ATE MAN. 


1&16. 


.Henry P. 






1842. 


.S. Clarkp. 


1807. 


. Samuel. 




BALLANTINE. 




BATES. 




AXT. 


1861 


. David W. 


1854. 


.Charles C. 


ISGo 


Ferdinand. 


1872. 


.W. 0. 


1861. 


.OharlesW. 








BALLARD. 


1879. 


. Francis Henry, Jr. 




BABB. 


1871. 


. William R. 


1863. 


. Joseph A. 


1859. 


.Timothv. 




BALSER. 


1864. 


.Nelson W. 




BABBIT. 


1866. 


. Henrv. Jr. 


1863. 


. William H. 


1S47. 


.William S. 




BALSLEY. 




BATTEY. 




BABBITT. 


1879. 


.Turner Eugene. 


1846. 


.George M. 


1858. 


.Warren M. 




BANCKER. 




BATTLE. 




BABCOCK. 


1869. 


. Samuel S. 


1850. 


.Henry L. 


1860. 


. Amos C. 




B.\NKS. 




BATTS. 


1842. 


.Bravton. 


1851 


.Hardy M. 


1861. 


.Dempsev B. 


1851. 


..Sid."E. 


IMQ. 


. Samuel L. 




BAYARD. 


l&4o. 


.William A. 


1845. 


. William W. 


1S44-. 


.Edward. 


1854. 


. William H. 




BANNISTER. 




BAYLES. 




BACHELOR. 


1856. 


.ThaddeusO. 


1848. 


.John G. 


1877. 


.Henry ilartin. 




BARBAROSSA. 




BAYLIES. 




BACKUS. 


1874. 


.Miguel Antonio. 


1879. 


.Andrew. 


1850. 


.Cyrus. 




BARBER. 




BAYLIS. 




BACON. 


1854. 


.T.Allen. 


1860. 


.Thomas. 


1854. 


.Henr,- S. 




BARBOUR. 




BAXTER. 


187U. 


. Wallace W. 


1847. 


.S. L. 


1854. 


. Jacob. 


1871. 


.William T. 




BARCLAY. 




BEACH. 


1859. 


. WiUiara T. 


1843. 


. Anderson M. 


1&18. 


.Henrv H. 




BADEAT7. 


1845. 


. Mattiiew, A. 




BEADLE. 


1869. 


.Charles W. 


1856. 


.Pe:erM. 


1856. 


.David E. 




BADGLEY. 


1871. 


.J. Paxton. 




BEALL. 


1869. 


.Nathan E. 




BAR DIN. 


1857. 


.William L. 




BADHAil. 


1848 


. Dennison R. 




BE AMES. 


1875. 


.James Thomas. 


1864. 


.Emerson R. 


1849. 


.Clare W. 




BAER. 




BARGAMIN. 




BEARD. 


1875. 


.Emannel Swarr. 


1860. 


.Eugene V. 


1876. 


. Josephus Simmons. 




BAGG. 




BARGE R. 




BEARDSLEY. 


1879. 


.Clinton Levi. 


1877. 


.De. 


1859. 


.Grove S. 




BAGLEY. 




BARNARD. 




BE ATT Y. 


1878. 


. Fillmore Drew. 


1879. 


.Charles Alonzo. 


1857. 


.Douglas P. 




BAH.^\ 




BARNES. 


ia52. 


.James. 


1S50. 


. Thomas S. 


1&48. 


.0. L. 


1844. 


.William H. 




BAILEY. 


1S5S. 


.WUliam H. 




BEAUCHAMP. 


1877. 


.A' an son Cooper. 




BARNEY. 


1854. 


.Joshua R. 


1856. 


.Andrew J. 


1865. 


.Orville L. 


1850. 


.Richard N. 


18H5. 


. Charles S. K. 




BARNHART. 




BECK. 


16W. 


. Charles W. 


1879. 


.Melville Winslow. 


1848. 


.EliasW. H. 


1875. 


. David Leland. 




BARNETT. 


1877. 


.Charles Thomas. 


1848. 


.Eli.haP. 


1844. 


. Christopher V. 




BECKER. 


1860. 


.Thomas J. 


1854. 


.JohnB. 


1847. 


.Alexander C. 




BAKER. 


186 J. 


. Joseu'h W. 


1875. 


.Clavton Adelbert. 


1877. 


.Brookes Oro. 




BARNWELL. 




BEJKWITH. 


1861. 


.C.Henry. 


1859. 


.John S. 


1878. 


. G^jorge Mather. 


1867. 


.F. J. 




BAR RINGER. 


1860. 


. Robert M. 


1879. 


. Lewis Wilson. 


1878. 


.Paul Brandon. 




BEDELL. 


1858. 


.L. Frederick. 




BARRON. 


1863 


.Israel. 


1866. 


.Milton J. 


1852. 


. James F. 


1857. 


.JohnH. 


1S49. 


.NeiUH. 




BARROWS. 


1879 


.Warren Augustus. 


1879. 


. Orville Clark. 


1847. 


. Ethan A. 


1867. 


. William F. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



133 





BEDFORD. 




BERGOLD. 




BLUNT. 


1S59. 


.Frederick. 


1871. 


.Henrv J. 


1847. 


.Nathan F. 


1854. 


. Henry M. 




BERKLEY. 




BLUXOME, 




BEEEE. 


1851. 


.Hugh. 


1857. 


.Joseph. 


1878. 


.Clarence Edwin, 




BERNACKI. 




BOAZ. 


1854. 


.Frank D. 


1866. 


.Chnrles W. 


1878. 


.Emmett Daniel. 


1864 


. George. 

. George Hoxie. 




BERNARD. 




BOCK. 


1879'. 


1848. 


.William A. 


1870. 


.Emmanuel. 


1849. 


.William. 




BERRY. 




BODKIN. 






1878. 


.John James. 


1866. 


.Dominic G. 




BEEKHAM. 


1874. 


.William Robert. 




BOGAN. 


1853. 


.Francis M. 




BETAXCOURT. 


1850. 


.MuceieB. 




BEERS. 


1871. 


. Fernando A. 




BOGARDUS. 


1877. 


.Alfred Howard. 




BETEiUNE. 


1844. 


.James H. 


1855. 


.Edwin B. 


1848. 


. Angus. 




BOGART. 


l&6t). 


. Robert W. 




BICKETT. 


1861. 


.Gilbert. 




BELDEN. 


1861. 


.Thomas W. 




BOGERT. 


1863 


.Roswell K. 




BICKFORD. 


1860. 


.Edward S. 




BELKNAP. 


1850. 


. Albert. 




BOGIE. 


1857. 


.David E. 




BIGGAM. 


1871. 


.Marcus A. 




BELL. 


1875. 


.Henry H. 




BOHANNAN. 


1873. 


.Albert Welis. 




BIGHAM. 


1878. 


.Charles Gordon. 


1854. 


.Charles C. 


1860. 


. John G. 


1874. 


. Richard Lee. 


18.55 


.Charles W. 




BILL. 




BOHMER. 


1865. 


.John, 


1859. 


. Curtis H. 


3867. 


.Fred. 


1858. 


. Lycurgns M. 




BILLINGTON. 




BOLDT. 


lb-44. 


.William P. 


1864. 


.Cornelius E. 


1879. 


.Herman Johannis. 


1846. 


.Wilwn F. 




BILLIU. 




BOND. 




BELLAMY, 


1861. 


.David H. 


1853 . 


.Alfred 0. 


1868. 


.William J. H. 




BIN GAY. 


1857. 


.Frank. 




BELLOWS. 


1849. 


.George T. 


1860. 


.1. Norman. 


1847. 


.Horatio K. 




BIRD. 


1847. 


.J. 0. P. 




BELMER. 


1869. 


. Alexander 11. 


1846. 


.John W. 


1878. 


.Randol};h. 


1848. 


.George G. 




BONNER. 




BELT. 


1868. 


.John Q. 


1844. 


.Charles. 


1852. 


.Bayard C. 


1869. 


.Robert T. 


1858. 


.Memory. 




BELVIN. 




BISHOP. 




BOONTE. 


1872. 


.J. W. 


1847. 


, Aaron L. 


1860. 


.Henry W. ' 




BEMISS. 


1869. 


. B. Merritt. 




BOORAEM. 


1846. 


.Samuel M. 


1848. 


.John. 


1846. 


.Augiistus C. 




BENEDICT. 




BLACK. 




BOOTHBY. 


1869. 


.Franc:K D. 


1849. 


.James R. 


1847. 


.Alexander. 


1867. 


. Joseph M. 


1848. 


.John B. 




BOOZER. 




BEN HAM. 


1860. 


.Nathaniel S. 


1843. 


.Jacob N. 


1851. 


.Benjamin H. 




BLACKFORD, 




BOSTICK. 




BENJAMIN. 


1851. 


.William T. 


1856. 


.Albert A. 


1860. 


.Henry G. 




BLACKMAN. 


1854. 


.Chailes A. W. 




BEN NET. 


18.58. 


.Milous W. 




BOTSFORD. 


1860. 


.George H. R. 


1848. 


.William W. 


1853. 


.D. Norris. 




BEN.NETT, 




BLACK WELL. 


BOUDET DE PARIS. 


1862. 


.Edward. 


1845. 


.F. C. 


1870. 


.Maurice. 


1842. 


. George T. 




BLAIR. 




BOUGH TON. 


1860. 


.James A. 


1858. 


.James S. 


1859. 


.Henrv I. 


1868. 


. La Fayette. 




BLAKE. 




BOURNE. 


1863. 


. Thomas W. 


1846. 


.George T. 


1875. 


.Henry Marshall. 


1845. 


.William A. 


1854. 


.Thomas. 


1879. 


.William Francis Xavier, 


187U. 


. William H. F. 




BLAKELOCK. 




BOWDOIN. 


1875. 


.Franklin. 


1860. 


.Ralph. 


1877. 


.John William. 




BENOIT. 




BLAKENY. 




BOWEN. 


1877. 


.Beniamin, Jr. 


1860. 


. Julius C. 


1846. 


.AbnerH. 


1862. 


. Frederick. 




BLAKESLEE. 


1!:63. 


.George A. 




BENSON. 


1875. 


.William Riley. 




BOWERS. 


1847. 


.Joseph W. 




BLAKEY. 


18.56. 


.Samue! S. 


1854. 


.Thomas. 


1857. 


.James C. 




BOWMAN. 




BENTLEY. 




BLAND. 


1875. 


.Charles Pleasant. 


1847. 


.Edwin. 


1844. 


.Elbert. 




BOWRON. 
.Francis W. 


1874. 


. Jetson Willard. 


.1878. 


.Wallace Elbert, 


1871. 




BENTZ. 




BLIsS. 


1850*. 


'.Watson A. 


1874. 


. John August. 


1845. 


. Ezra H., h. 








BENZ. 




BLODGET. 




BOWSER. 


1871. 


. George. 


1853. 


. Julius. 


1877. 


.Willard Parker. 




BERGEN. 




BLOOD. 




BOYD. 


1877. 


.Evert James. 


1857. 


Josiah M. 


1854. 


. Edson. 




BERGHAUS. 




BLOUNT. 


1879. 


. James Patton. 


1870. 


. Alexander. 


1860. 


.WiUiam A. 


1876. 


John Alexander. 



134 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



1872. 

1875. 



1860. 
1846. 



1850. 

187:^. 
1845 
18G4. 

1843. 

1879. 

1856. 

1878. 

1854. 

1854. 
1879. 

1876. 

1857. 

1849. 

1867. 

1845. 

1869. 

1847. 

1856. 

1845. 

1867. 

1849. 

1865. 
1869. 
186>. 
1877. 
1856. 
1877. 



.J. C. 

.John Gilmore. 
BOYKIN. 
.Anthony B. 
.Rober^ M. 

BRADFIELD. 
. \V. A. 

BRADFORD. 
.William H. 

BRADLEY. 
, Charles Seymour. 
.Alfred (). 
.Edwin G. 

BRADXER. 
.IraS. 

BRADT. 
. Charles Mortimer. 

BRADY. 
.John A. 

BRAGDON. 
.George Eucjene. 

BRAGG, 
.Edward G. 

BRAINAE,D. 
. Edwin W. 
.Norman Purple. 

BR.\LEY. 
.WUlard Bether. 

BRAMBLITT. 
William H. 

BRAXDEGEE. 
.Frank D. 

BRAXSCOMB. 
.William G. 

BRAXTLEY. 
.S D. 

BRASSFIELD. 
.M. T. 

BREED. 
.Daniel. 

BREIXIG. 
. Peter B. 

BREINIXG. 
.David E. 

BREM. 
.C. F. 

BREXAX. 
.John E. 

BREXNAN. 
. Daniel J. 
.John J. 
.John L. 
. Lawrence. 
. Patrick. 
. Thomas. 



1872.. R. 



BREVARD. 
J. 



1858. 



1857. 
Ib46. 



1879. 

1850. 



1846. 
1861. 



1851. 
1851, 



BREWTON. 

.Samuel A. 

BRIAN. 
.David G. 
.Martin C 

BRIDGES. 
.William Orton. 
.Zina B. 

BRIGGS. 
. Gorton W. 
.William T). 

BRISCOE. 
. Patrick T. 
. Thomas I. T. 

BROADDUS. 
. Eugene L. 
.William L, 



187.3. 

1843, 

1868. 

1875 

1861. 

1855 , 
1850, 
1845. 

1853. 

1847. 
1845. 
1879. 
1878. 
184:3. 
1864. 
1877. 
1874. 
1850. 
1877. 
1879. 
1858. 
1818. 
1850. 
187.1 
1850. 
1856. 
1855. 
1855. 
1866. 
1845. 
1840. 
18H5. 
1854. 
1844. 
1849. 
1857. 
1846. 
1854. 

1863. 
1849. 
1850. 
1875. 

1879. 
1852. 

1878. 
1865. 

1844. 
1879. 

1855. 

1846. 

1879. 

1842. 

1845. 
1862. 

1845. 
1848. 



BROCKWAY. 
.Daniel Gile. 

BRODDUS. 
.Thoma'^C. 

BROENIXG. 
.Maximilian. 

BROXSOX. 
.Winfield Scott. 
BROOKES. 
.John V. 

BROOKS. 
.George L. 
. Georpe W. 
. Jeremiah. 

BROSXAHAN. 
.John A. 

BROWN. 
. Alonzo D. 
. Aristus. 
.Charles Henry. 
. Charles Wesley. 
.Daniel T. 
.Edward V. 
. Francis Wayland. 
. Fredeiick William. 
. George. 
.George Snider. 
. George Tallmadge. 
. Harvev E. 
. Henry" W. 
.Henry W. 
.Rush Parmenter. 
. S. Hinman. 
.James L. 
.James T. 
. Jared D. 
. Jesse P. 
. Josiah, 
. Maurice B. 
. Owen V. 
.H. Pulaski. 
.Thomas H. 
.J. Walden. 
.William L. 
.William M. B. 
.Wyatt M. 

BROWNE. 
.Clifford J. 
. Gardiner S. 
.Paris B. 
.Valentine. 

BROWXELL. 
.William EUer. 
.William R. 

BROWNSOX. 
. William Clarence. 
. William G. 

BRUCE. 
.David H. 
, William Wallace. 

BRUNDAGE. 
.Amos H. 

BRUXDIGE. 
.Enoch M. 

BRUXNER. 
.William John. 

BRUXSON. 
.Asahel. 

BRUSH. 
.Alfred. 
.H. Mortimer. 
BRYAX. 
. Orlando M. 
, Robert T. 



1878. 


. Joseph Hammond. 


1846. 


.T. J. 




BRYANS. 


1854. 


.Miles II. 


/ 


BRYANT. 


1867. 


.James F. 


1851. 


.John B. 




BRYCE. 


1859, 


.Peter. 




BUCHAXAN. 


1848. 


.James G. 


1875. 


. James S. 


1845. 


. Robert A. 




BUCK. 


1872. 


.E. V. 




BUCKIXGHAM. 


1849. 


.George S. 




BUCKLEY. 


1852. 


.Alison F. 


1845. 


.Horatio X. 




BUDD. 


1852. 


. Charles A. 




BUEL. 


1851. 


.Noah W. 




BUELL. 


1872. 


.J. W. 




BUIST. 


1860. 


.Edward S. 


1857. 


.John R. 




BULGER. 


1856. 


.William G. 




BULL. 


1848. 


.Alexander T. 


1855. 


. Francis. 




BULLIONS. 


1848. 


.William. 




BULLOCK. 


1871. 


. Ephraim H. 


1S72. 


.J. 0. 




BUMPS. 


1879. 


.Wilber Allerd. 




BUXKLEY. 


1861. 


. Joseph T. 




BURCH. 


1845. 


.Albert W. 




BURDICK. 


1873. 


. Adelbert Elverton. 


1849. 


. Burrows. 




BURGE. 


1848. 


.J. H. Hobart. 


1857. 


. John W. 




BURGESS. 


1852. 


.Daniel M. 


1848. 


. Horace. 


1857. 


.Thomas. 




BURIAN. 


1874. 


.Joseph Julian. 




BURKE. 


1849. 


.John. 


1875. 


.Michael Joseph. 


1855. 


.Patrick I. 


1845. 


.William C. 




BURKETT. 


1860. 


. John. 




BURNE. 


1859. 


.Patrick D. 




BURXELL. 


1859. 


. Sereno. 




BURXETT. 


1866. 


.James B. 


1876. 


. Peter Valentine. 




BURR. 


1855. 


.Edward. 




BURRILL. 


1852. 


. James F. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



135 



1877. 
1S7S. 

1869. 

1878. 

1844. 

1877. 

1865. 

1848. 

1876. 

1842. 

1855. 
1853. 

1846. 

1864 
1873. 

1845. 

1879. 

1S56. 
1860. 



1876. 
1875. 

1870.. 

1877.. 

1869. 
1879. 
1874. 

1879. 

1842. 

1867. 

1860. 

1877. 

1860. 
1857. 
1858. 

1875. 
1851. 
1870. 

1870. 
1848. 
1843. 
1855. 
Ib63. 
1860 
1846. 
Ifc58. 



BURROWS. 
.EggUston. 

BURT. 
.Albert Sanders. 
BURTON. 
.Henry G-. 
. Jacob Wesley. 

BURTSELL. 
.ThomMs E. 

BUSCHE. 
. Thomas William. 

BUSH. 
.Robert T. 

BUSHNELL. 
.H. N. 

BUSS. 
.Charles Delevan. 

BUSTEED. 
.John. 

BUTLER. 
. Mfircus A. 
.Thomas H. 

BUTT. 
.Richard L. 

BUTTLES. 
Marvin S. 
.William Rilev. 
BUTTON. 
.Henry H. 

BYERS. 
. John Eavleson. 
BYINGTON. 
. Edwin. 
. Francis M. 

BYRN. 
.Marcus L. 

BYRNE. 
.Patrick James. 
.Joseph M. 

CADMUS. 
.William James. 

CADY. 
William Drury. 
CALDWELL. 
.J. Edward. 
.Mathew Stnart. 
.William Spencer. 

CALE. 
.Theodore. 

CALEP. 
.Jonathan S. 

CALLAN. 
.P. A. 

CALLAWAY. 
.James I. 

CAMBRIDGE. 
.Constance Harvey. 

CAMERON. 
Andrew S. 
. Charles M. 
.Clarence, 

CAMP. 
.Charles Welford. 
. Samuel. 
.William Dexter. 
CAMPBELL. 
.Alexander B. 
. Cornelius N. 
. Farquhar. 
.John H. 
.Juhn W. 
Nicholas C, 
. Samuel D. 
. Sylvester. 



CANFIELD. 
1876.. Herman. 

CANNIFF. 
1864.. William. 

CANNON. 
1867.. Fred. M. 
1843.. Henry R. 

CAPREY. 
1855. Julius C. 

CARD. 
1850.. David C. 

GARDNER. 
1864..IretusG. 

CARGILE. 
1848.. Monroe B. 

CARGILL. 
1861.. Jasper. 

CARLIN. 
1857.. Robert F. 

CARLISLE. 
1862.. Richard C. 

CARMAN. 
1879.. Albro Richard. 

CARMICHAEL. 
1844.. J. A. 

CARO. 
1855..Salvatore. 

CAROW. 
1859.. Henry. 

CARPENTER. ', 
1846.. Benjamin D. 
1876.. Charles Henry. 
1875 . . Henry Townsend. 
1859..Henry W. 
1815.. James Given. 
1876 . Sampson Benjamin. 
1845.. Solomon G. 
1877.. Walton Jay. 

CARPENTIER. 
1874.. Reubens. 

CARPER. 
1846.. Samuel M. 

CARR. 
1872.. A. P. 
1879. .Henry Adams. 
CARREAW. 
1874. . Joseph Stanisolaa. 
CARRINGTON. 
1861..Georg'. W. 

CARROLL. 
1855.. Alfred L. 
1856.. John H. 

CARSWELL. 
1855.. Alexander G. 

CARTER. 
1849.. Franklin M. 
1858.. George A. 
1877.. George Hill. 

CARUTHERS. 
1849.. Horace. 

CASE. 
I860.. Jonathan H. 
18.57.. Meigs. 
1869.. Nathan. 

CASH. 
1852..Leomda8 H. 

CASPARIAN. 
1879.. Israel H. 

CASTLEMAN. 
1856 William A. 

CASTON, 
1853.. Samuel C. 

CAULDFIELD. 
1844.. James D. 



1856. 

1864. 
1876. 

1877. 

1860. 

1879. 

1859. 

1873. 

1875. 

1862. 
185S. 
1865. 
1862. 

1871. 
1859. 

1861. 

1876, 

1855. 

1849, 
1844, 

1847. 
1852 
1852 

1848 
1855 

1850 

1846 
1843 
1873 



1859. 

1878. 

1863. 

1844. 
1874. 

1874. 

1844. 

1879 

1877. 
1869. 
1859. 
1856 
1859, 
1877. 



CHABERT. 
.Romeo F. 

CHAD WICK. 
.Francis T. 
.Payson Martin. 
CHAFFEE. 
.Frederic F. 

CHAGNON. 
. Jean Baptiste W. 

CHAIM. 
.Morris Leyt^er. 

CHALMERS. 
.Henry C. 
CHAMBERLAIN. 
. George Washington. 
.William Henry. 

CHAMBERLIN. 
.DwightS. 
.Ebenezer N.' 
.Harrie T. 
. William H. 

CHAMBERS. 
.Martin L. 
.Robert A. 

CHAMBRE. 
.Edward B. 

CHANDLER. 
.George Whitetield. 

CHANEY. 
.William I. 

CHAPIN. 
.Noah A. 
. Seth P. 

CHAPMAN. 
.Benjamin F. 
.Benjamin F. 
, . James. 

CHAPPELL. 
. . Henry. 
, . James T. 

CHARLTON. 
..Samuel T. 

CHASE. 
..Daniel S. 
. . Frederick P. 
..Thomas Edward. 

UHASTAIN, 
..Mills T. 

CHEARS. 
.Benjamin. 

CHEESMAN. 
. Hobart. 

CHENEY. 
.W. Fitch. 

CHERRY. 
.ElishaD. 
.Frank Lonson. 
CHESTER. 
.E. F. 

CHICHESTER. 
.Edward L. 
. William Rockwell. 

CHILD. 
. Edward Moses. 
CHILDS. 
. Samuel B. 

CHITTENDEN. 
.Daniel J. 

CHRISTIAN. 
..Marcellus P. 

CHRISTIE. 
. . Morris. 

CHRISTISON. 
. . John Sanderson, 



136 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 





CHURCH. 




COE. 




COOKE. 


1878. 


.Benjamin AJvin. 


1846. 


.Hayden. 


1846. 


.Alexander H. 


1S7S. 


. Je.-sjie Elbert. 




COHOLAN. 


1849. 


Richard P. 




CIPPERLT. 


1865. 


itichael J. 




COOLEY. 


1ST9. 


.John Henry. 




COLBY. 


1»45. 


.Newton C. 




CLAIBORNE. 


1846. 


.John L. 


1877. 


.James Seth. 


1S59. 


. Grepory W. 




COLE. 




COON. 




CL.^DEK. 


1860. 


. Henry B. 


1S53. 


.David. 


18T7. 


.Walter Edward. 


Ib^il. 


. Henry C. 




COOPER. 




CLARK. 


1845. 


.John L. 


1843. 


.Charles A. 


1S57. 


.Charles \I. 


1866. 


. Samuel. 


1S>3. 


.D. S.. h. 


1S50. 


. Da\-id D. 


1843. 


. William C. 


1856. 


.Daniel W. 


18T8. 


. De Witt Clinton. 




COLE^L\N. 


1871. 


.Edward P. 


It?fi8. 


.Edward. 


1860. 


.Benjamin F. 


1879. 


. George Makepiece. 


1844. 


. Francis V. 


1869. 


.Benjamin F. 


185:3. 


.Henrv C. 


1879. 


.Franklin Henry. 


186.3. 


.Bemie. 




COPPEDGE. 


1S76. 


. George Lennon. 


1^77. 


.Henr\- Hicks. 


1S51. 


.Charles B. 


18H5. 


.Joseph 0. 


1877. 


.Nathviniel Rannels. 




CORBETT. 


1879. 


Josiah Sickler. 


1845. 


. Robert W. 


1860. 


.Christopher C. 


1846. 


. Robert H. 


184-2. 


. William. 




CORBITT. 


1861. 


.Robert W. 


1858. 


.William P. 


184-2. 


.Michael. 


184'.>. 


. S.imnel S. 


1855. 


. S. Woodson. 




CORCORAN. 


1S48. 


. Silas S. 




COLES. 


1875. 


.Jeremiah Joseph. 


18rt8. 


. Stanley G. 


1860. 


.Walter. 


1856. 


.Richard. 


184-2. 


. Stephen B. 




COLLIER. 




CORNELL. 


1.-61. 


. Stephen J. 


1853. 


. Henry. 


1877. 


.Benjamin Franklin. 


1875 


William Ansrustns. 


1857. 


. Thomas E. 


ia54. 


. George. 


lt62. 


. William C. 




COLLINS. 


1864. 


. George B. 


1848. 


.S. WilUam.«. 


1861. 


.AmosR. 


1877. 


.Isaac Martense. 




CLARKE. 


1859. 


Appleton P. 




CORN WELL. 


1&43. 


. Albert S. 


1849. 


.Chalkley. 


1851. 


.Gib.son H. 


1851. 


.CvmsB. 


184:3. 


.Clark.son T. 


1860 


.William D. 


1855. 


.EUas A. 


1857 


. E iward E. 




CORNYN. 


1877. 


. Geortre Clarendon. 


1846. 


. George L. 


1852 


.Florence .M. 


1870. 


.P.Henry. 


iSio. 


. Leonida.s. 




CORONEL. 


1S5S. 


. Powhattan. 


It61. 


. Oscar C. 


1S69. 


.Jose J. 




CLARKSOX. 


1847. 


. William F. 




COSSITT. 


1868. 


.Charles C. 




COLVILLE. 


1856. 


. J. S.. fi. 




CLA50X. 


1843. 


. Roberr K. 




COTTLE. 


1866. 


. Abraham T. 




COLVIX. 


1864. 


.John Frank. 


1867. 


.S. W. 


1S61. 


.William J. 




COVINGTON. 




CLAY. 




COilBS. 


1870. 


.Kenneth ilcRae. 


1S57. 


.David ^L 


1&44. 


.Alfred S. 




COWAN. 


1855. 


Edwin. 




COM.MLOSSY. 


1855. 


.James B. 


1879. 


.Henrv Pineo. 


1870. 


.Franz. 


1S60 


. Leonidas M. 




CLEATENT. 




COMSTOCK. 


1845. 


.WilUamD. 


1850. 


.DeWittC. 


1879. 


. Ira Morri.-^. 




COWEN. 


It59. 


.-Le^vi>. 




CONE. 


1S51. 


. Matthew W. 




CLE^^EXTS. 


1876. 


. Dwight Eleazer. 




COWLES. 


1S79. 


.Nelson. Jr. 


1877. 


.John Alventis, Jr. 


1845. 


. Chester W. 




CLEVELAND. 


1873. 


.Thomas Edward. 


1877. 


.Horace HiU. 


1856. 


.W.lliam C. 




CONFORTO. 




COX. 


1860. 


. William K. 


1865. 


. Gaetivno. 


1860. 


.CaderG. 




CLIFT. 




CONKLIN. 


184«. 


. James H. 


1878. 


. Geortje Deni^on. 


1870. 


.WUliam James. 


1847. 


.Wade C. 




CLIFTON. 




CON*X. 




COYLE. 


1S57. 


. James B. 


1853. 


.Richard B. 


18G9. 


. John. 




CLIPPINGER. 




CONNERY. 




CRAFT. 


1&45. 


. George W. 


1852. 


.Edward D. 


1859. 


.Heman. 




CLOPTON. 




CONNOLLY. 




CRAIG. 


1867. 


James M. 


1861. 


. James J. 


1861. 


. James. 




CLOSE. 




CONOVER. 


1846. 


.William. 


1868. 


.Eldridge W. 


1853. 


John R. 


1875. 


. William Henry. 




CLUSS^tAN. 


1847. 


.Robert R. 




CRAMER. 


1^. 


.William H. 


1877. 


, William Shepherd. 


1846. 


.William. 




COBB. 




CONRAD. 




CRANDALL. 


1856. 


.Reuben. 


1877. 


.Henrv Bell. 


1858. 


.William W. 




COOHRAN. 




CONYNGTON. 




CRANE. 


1867. 


,.J. H. 


1847 


, . John. 


1845. 


.John L. 




COCHRAXE. 




COOK. 




CRAWFORD. : 


1874. 


. Harden Perk;ins. 


1867. 


.D. J. C. 


1851. 


.David M. 




COCK. 


Ib53. 


.George W. 


1850. 


.Erasmus D. 


1856. 


. William Z. 


184-2. 


Henry. 


1856. 


. James. 




COCKE RILL. 


1879 


. Newton. 


1872. 


.J. H. 


1863. 


..William W. 


1857. 


. Stephen G. 


1848. 


. James W. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



13/ 



1857. 


. Joseph. 




DABNEY. 


1874. 


.Millard Henry. 


1845. 


, . Edmund R. 


1848. 


.R. L. 




DADIRRIAN. 


1866. 


. Samuel B., h. 


1871. 


..Markar. 




CREAMER. 




DALLAS. 


1878. 


.Alexander Daniel. 


1878. 


..Alexander. 


1873. 


.Joseph. 


1844. 


.Alexander J. 




C REVELING. 




DAILY. 


1851. 


.Williams. 


1853. 


.Seffrine. 




CREWS. 




DALEY. 


1855. 


.Leon id as. 


1879. 


, . Emmet Burr. 




CRISPELL. 




DALY. 


1849. 


.Abraham. 


1874. 


.John Joseph. 




CROC HERON. 




DAM. 


1845. 


.Sherman B. 


1873. 


.Alvah Morton. 




CROCKER. 




DANFORTH. 


1876. 


.Franklin Benjamin. 


1872. 


,.G. B. 


1876. 


.William Atwill. 




DANZIGER. 




CROMWELL. 


1852. 


.Marcus. 


1857. 


.Benjamin M. 




DARLING. 




CROOK. 


1842. 


.William. 


1847. 


. Oliver. 




DAVANT. 




CROSKEY. 


1846. 


.James M. 


1869. 


.William. 




DAVENPORT. 




CROUCH. 


1847. 


.Charles W. 


1877. 


.Charles Richard. 


1878. 


.James, Jr. 




CROWELL. 




DAVEZAC. 


1842. 


.Eugene. 


1844. 


Augustus, h. 




CRUMMER.' 




DAVIDSON. 


1875. 


.Benjamin Franklin. 


1859. 


.Nathan. 




CRUMP. 




DAVIES. 


1864. 


.Albert H. 


1879. 


. William Carey. 


1879. 


. John Moore. 




DAVIS. 




CRUZ. 


1843. 


.Adam C. 


1878. 


.Miguel. 


1855. 


.Charles D. 




CULBERT. 


1878. 


.Charles Elmer. 


1846. 


.William A. M. 


1866. 


.Charles H. S. 




CULLIMORE. 


1876. 


.Daniel Leland. 


1877. 


.Thomas Mclntyre. 


ia5i. 


. De Witt C. 




CULPEPPER. 


1878. 


.Engene Willard. 


1877. 


.Vernon Grant. 


1876. 


.George Worden. 




CULVER. 


184J. 


.James. 


1860. 


. Josiah H. 


1851. 


. Joseph A. 




CUMMING. 


1866. 


.Josiah B. 


1859. 


. Charles. 


1862. 


.Mahlon J. 




CUMMINGS. 


1856. 


. Robert H. 


1846. 


.Daniel J. 


1853. 


. Sands. 


1849. 


. Edward P. 


1861. 


.William H. 


1851. 


.A. Ivers. 




DAWBER. 


1879. 


.James White. 


1867. 


. Thomas B. 




CUNDALL. 




DAWSON. 


1858. 


. Charles C. 


1877. 


. Herbert Temple, 




CUNNINGHAM. 


1853. 


. Shemuel N. 


1859. 


. Francis D. 


1667. 


.William J. G. 


1850. 


.William H. 




DAY. 




CURREY. 


1877. 


.Henry Vroom. 


1846. 


.Edgar T. 


1869. 


.Samuel H. 




CURRIE. 




DAYTON. 


1851. 


.Thomas T. 


1846. 


.George H. 




CURTIS. 




DEAN. 


1850. 


.H. Hobart. 


1878. 


.Ashbel Arza. 


1848. 


.Lucian W. 




DEANE, 




CUSHMAN. 


1849. 


.Adams C. 


1846. 


.James M. 


1844. 


.Nathan. 




CUTCHEON. 




DEARBORN. 


1847. 


. Lewis M. 


1875. 


.Darius S. 




CUTCHIN. 


1858. 


.1. George. 


1854. 


.David P. 


1874. 


. Reuben Fletcher. 




CUTLER. 




DB BARDELEBEN. 


1854. 


. George A. 


1853. 


.John F. 


1877. 


. Cecil Stevens. 




DE BLOIS. 






1878. 


.Thomas Amorj'. 




DAAB. 




DEBNAM. 


1877. 


. Jacob. 


1867. 


. Walter. 



1869. 
1858. 
1845. 
1860. 
1879. 
1875. 
1861. 
1866. 
1879. 
1844. 
1878. 
1863. 
1&51. 

1869. 

1848. 

1874. 

f856. 

1847. 

1853.. 

1867.. 

1853., 

1871.. 

I860.. 

1853.. 

I860.. 

1872.. 

1858 . 

1852., 

1874.. 

1844 

1846., 

1876. . 

1876.. 

1846.. 

1846.. 
1849.. 
1862.. 
1849.. 

1860. 



DE BOW. 
Alva C. 

DE BOWES. 
Thomas V. 
DE COURCEY. 
William H. 

DEEMY. 
Emmanuel K. I. 
DE FOREST. 
William Abernethy. 

DE GARMO. 
William Burton. 

DE GRAW. 
.Charles S. 

DE HART. 
.John N. 

DE KORTH. 
.Francis Lucio. 

DELAMATER. 
.J. J. 

DE LANCEY, 
. Charles Emory. 
DE LONG. 
.William A. 

DEMERE. 
.Francis H. 

DEMING. 
.Charles C. 
.Willard F. 

DENHARD. 
. Charles Edward. 

DEN MAN. 
.Jacob I. 

DENNIS. 
.Martin R. 

DENNISON. 
.EUery. 

DENNISTON. 
.John. 

DENNY. 
.Andrew W. 

DENTON. 
.JohnH. B. 

DEPPEN. 
.James H. 

DERBY. 
.Edward W. 

DE ROSSET. 
. M. John. 

DERR. 
.EzraZ. 

DESANGES. 
.Henrv S. 

DESTRUGE. 
.Alcides. 

DESVERNINE. 
.Carlos Maria. 

DEVANE. 
Milton K. 

DEVENING. 
• Daniel. 

DEVEREUX. 
.Charles McLarty. 

DEVLIN. 
. John. 

DEWEY. 
. Horace H. 

DE WITT. 
.A. A., h. 
. Charles D. 
.Edmund. 
. James D. 

DEYERLE. 
.John S. 



138 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 





DEYO. 




DORSEY. 


1&51.. 


Abraham. 


185.3. 


. Joshua B. 




DEXTER. 


1868. 


.Robert W. 


1861. 


.J. Ewings. 




DORWORTH. 




DIAL. 


1865. 


.Edwin S. 


1848. 


. WiUiam H. 




DOSTER. 




DIAZ. 


1849. 


. Edward A. 


1868.. 


Joseph Leon. 


1859. 


.ThomaB L. 




DIBBLE. 




DOTY. 


1869. 


.Orsfjn G. 


1857. 


.James. 




DICK. 




DOUGLAS. 


1852. 


.William A. 


1877. 


.Orlando Benajah. 




DICKIE. 




DOUGLASS. 


1862., 


.James W. 


1849. 


.Archibald T. 




DICKINS. 


18.59. 


. Frederick. 


1857., 


.John C. 


1845. 


. George. 




DICKSON. 




DOW. 


1878. . 


Albert Pickett. 


1845. 


.Darius A. 


18 8.. 


. John. 


1847. 


James R. 


185<). 


.John A. 




DO WD. 


1842. 


. John R. 


1877. 


.Pascal Monroe. 


1845. 


Robert D. 




DOYLE. 


1849., 


. Thomas. 


1865. 


.Gregory. 




DIETRICH. 


1865. 


.Thomas H. 


1871., 


. Frederick A. 




DOZIER. 




DILDINE. 


1848. 


.Thomas J. 


1870., 

1847. 
1W8. 

1844. 


David Demott. 
DILLARD. 
.Henrj-, h. 
. Henry. 

DILLENBACK. 
.Hiram P. 

DILTS. 


1870. 
1676. 
1861. 
1871. 

18.58. 


DRAKE. 
.David S. 
.Elbert Clarence. 
. Frank J. 
.Fred. R. S. 
.William G. 


1856. 


.Georee S. 




DRANE. 




DIMMICK. 


m55. 


.Benjamin B. 


1860. 


.Anthony. 


1855. 


.Walter H. 


1849. 


.L. Norton. 




DRAPER. 




DISBROW. 


1858. 


-Henry. 


184^^. 


.William C. 


1857. 


.JohnC. 




divint;. 




DRESSER. 


1856. 


.Kinsman C. 


18G4. 


. Thomas W. 




DIXON. 




DREW. 


1846. 


.Lewis E. 


1879. 


Columbus. Jr. 




DODGE. 




DRYSDALE. 


1877. 


. Clarence Monroe. 


1861. 


.Robert H. 


1846. 


.John L. 




DUBOIS. 


1878. 


. Jo.'-eph Solon. 


1857. 


.JohnC. 




DODSON. 




DUDLEY. 


1849. 


.Thomas C. 


1878. 


.David Edward. 




DOHERTY. 


1877. 


.Henry Waller. 


1862. 


.Hugh. 




DUFFY. 


1874. 


.James Joseph Stanford. 


1859. 


. Charles. 




DONAGHE. 




DUGGAN. 


1852. 


.William R. 


1S68. 


.James A. 




DONEGHY. 




DULANEY. 


1850. 


.JohnT. 


1855. 


. Joseph E. 




DONEHOO. 




DUNBAR. 


1858 


.Thomas. 


i&'ie. 


.Hervey Oren. 




DONLIN. 




DUNCAN. 


1876. 


..Edward Joseph. 


1859. 


.Charles K. 


Ih7(). 


.Philip E. 


1853. 


. . Peter. 




DONN-ER. 




DUNDAS. 


1864 


..Godfrey T. 


1878 


..Thomas Andrew. 




DON'OVAN. 




DUN LAP. 


1S66 


. .Jolm A. 


1876, 


. .James Mendenhail. 




DOREMUS. 


1854, 


. .John J. 


1851, 


. . Robert Ogden . 




DUNN. 




DORLAND. 


1878 


..James Henry. 


1859 


. .Philip S. 


1843 


. .James H. 




DORM AN. 




DUNNE. 


1850 


..Jeremiah C. h. 


1879 


. .Henry Russell. 




DORRAN. 




dunNell. 


1863 


..William M. 


1870 


..HenrvN. 




DORR-ANCE. 




DUNNIGAN. 


1846 


..William H. 


1863. 


..Michael C. 



1854. 

1863. 

1856, 

1878, 

1&45 

1866 

1852. 

1856. 

1871. 

1844. 

1869. 

1853. 

1855. 
1859. 
1864. 

1851. 

1853. 

1872. 

1867. 

1861. 

1848. 
1853. 

1848. 

1873. 

1862. 
1844. 

1857. 
1848. 
1867. 
18-i6. 

1879. 
1846. 

1&43. 

1878. 

1876. 

1845. 
1872. 
1848. 

1875. 
1849, 
1870. 
1850 
1846. 

186:l 

1869, 



DUN SING. ' 
.Edwin B. 

DUNSC(JMB. 
.Edward. 

DUNSON. 
.Erastus W. 

DUNSTER. 
.Georee Henry. 

DUNWOODY. 
.William E. 

DURANT. 
.Jules G. 

DUVALL. 
.Agrippa F. 

DWT5LLE. 
.Henry B. 

DWYER. 
.John. 

EARLE. 
, . Sylvester Z. 

EARLY. 
. Maurice B. 

EASTERLING. 
.Hams R,. 

E.ATON. 
.Samuel C. 
.Thomas J. 
.William W. 

EBERSOLE. 
. Jacob. 

EBORN. 
.Jehu. 

EDDY. 
.H. McC. 

EDGERLY. 
.David M. 

EDMONDSON. 
.William H. 

EDMONSTON. 
.DeWltt C. 
.William H. 

EDMUNDSON. 
.EUhu. 

EDSON. 
.Benjamin. 

EDWARDS. 
.George W. 
.Isaac. 
.Jame> T. 
.John F. 
.Landon B. 
.William. 

EGAN. 
.Andrew, Jr. 
,. James C. 

EGGLESTON. 
.Charles D. 

EHRHART. 
.Paul. 

EICHLER. 
.Rudolph. 

EISENLORD. 
. Alonzo F. 
,.A. J. 
.Peter O. 

ELLIOTT. 
..Edward Ross. 
. . George T. 
. . Glennville O'Brien. 
. .James. 
.Thomas W. 
.William St. G. 

ELLIS. 
..David D. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



139 



1846. 


..Edwin. 




FARRIER. 


1857. 


. Hamilton E. 


1846. 


.Henry. 


1855. 


.Henry A. 




FARRINGTON. 




ELLISON. 


1847. 


.James. 


1877. 


.Herbeit Atlee. 


1857. 


.Joseph 0. 


1873. 


.Metier Daniel. 




FARISS. 




ELMER. 


1852. 


.David C. 


1868. 


. Albert D. 




PARLEIGH. 




ELY. 


1875. 


.Thomas John. 


1850. 


.Wallace A. 




FARROW. 




EMERY. 


1871. 


. Joseph S. 


1847. 


. Jaraes B. 




FARWELL. 




ENGLISH. 


1860. 


.Darius G. 


1850. 


.Job P. H. 




FAULKNER. 




ENNETT. 


1853, 


..SethK. 


1860. 


.George N. 




FAUST. 




EXSIGN. 


1853. 


.Christian J., 


1844. 

1872. 


.Charles W. 
.L. P. 


1858. 


.Henry M. 

FEB. 


1863. 


. William H. 


1865. 


John. 




ERSKINB. 




FEELEY. 


1858. 


. Alexander. 


1866. 


. James F. 


1858. 


.John H. 




FEENEY. 




ERTKINKER. 


1866. 


.John L. 


1866. 


.Felix T. 




PEILD.) 




ESTABROOK. 


1857. 


. John A. 


1868. 


George C. 




FELL. 


18.51. 


.S. Hobart. 


1844. 


.J. Walden. 


1854. 


. Theodore L. 




FELLOWS. 




ESTES. 


1859. 


.Albert M. 


1878. 


.William Lawrence. 




FELTON. 




EUSHERIAN. 


1878. 


.George Hurlburt. 


1879. 


.H. Elias. 




FENWICK. , 




EVANS. 


1855. 


.Robert. 


1846. 


.Edwin. 




FERDINAND. 


1851. 


.John. 


1868. 


.John E. 


1845. 
1850. 
1844. 
1855. 
1859. 


. Joseph N. 
. Jo.seph T. 
. Robert W. 
.Thomas. 
.William A. ' 
EVERARD. 


1879. 
1858. 
1865. 
1861. 


FERGUSON. 
. George Dean. 
.Hugh. 
. James. 
. Jaraes P. 


1846. 


.E., h. 


1859. 


.WUIiamC. 




EVERETT. 




FERNANDEZ. 


1850. 


.Charles W. 


1859. 


. Luis. 


1850. 


. Samuel W. 




FERRELL. 




EVERTS. 


1851. 


.Leonidas C. 


1853. 


.Franklin. 




FERRIS. 




EWH. 


1867. 


.Isaac W. 


1878. 


. George. 




FEW. 






1853. 


.Leonidas A. 




FABER. 




FIELDER. 


1854. 


. Lewi.s D. 


1846. 


.John L. 




FAIR. 




FIFIELD. 


1842. 


. Adolphus. 


1846. 


.Joseph. 


1842. 


. Ja.nes W. 




FILKINS. 


1845. 


. William F. 


1861. 


. Ishmael G. 




FAIRCHILD. 




FINCKB. 


1843. 


.Richard V. W. 


1854. 


. Frederick B, 




PALLER. 




FINDLAY. 


1878. 


. George Washington. 


1871. 


.Acheson C. T. 




FANGBONER. 




FINK. 


1870. 


.David W. 


1869. 


.A. T. 




PANNING. 




FINLAY. 


1861. 


. Thomas C. 


1843., 


.Edwards. 


1876. 


.Warren Augustus. 




FINNELL. 




FARNSWORTH. 


1856., 


.Michael A. 


1847. 


.Charles H. 


1849., 


. Thomas C. 




PARR, 




FINNEY. 


1873. 


.Edwin Lawson. 


1854.. 


.Benjamin W. 




PARRAR. 


1879. 


.Joseph Russell. 


1848. 


.David. 




FIROR. 


1847. 


. Samuel M. 


1846. 


. Sylvester V. 




PARRELL. 




FISET. 


1862. 


.John T. 


1872. 


. J, 0. Morrison. 



FISH. 
1878.. Hiram Alexander. 
1845.. Jonn D. 

FISHER. 
1855.. Andrew. 
1878.. Ed ward Dix. 
1849.. George J. 
1858.. Henry N. 
1861.. Lewis. 
1847.. R.W. 
1849.. Thomas H. 
1879.. Walter William Roscoe. 

FISK. 
1846.. Lyman 

FISKB. 
1861 . . Samuel N. 
1875.. Isaac Parsons. 
FI CH. 
1852.. Calvin M. 
I860.. George D. 
1872.. J. D. 
1869.. Samuel S. 
1851..Williard R. 

FITZHUGH. 
1848. Thomas T. 

FITZPATRICK. 
I860.. George A. 

FLANAGAN. 
1875.. Peter Joseph. 

PLANNER. 
. 1861.. Henry G. 

FLEET. 
1849.. Frank. 

FLEWELLEN. 
1845.. Robert T. 
1848.. William W. 

PLINN. 
1849.. Henry K. W. 
FLINT. 
1848.. Earl. 

FLOCKEN. 
1878..Winiam John. 
FLOOD. 
1873.,Fi-ancis Henry. 
FLORES. 
1867.. Juan de J. 
1878 . . Manuel Jesus. 
1870 . . Rafael de Jesus. 
FLOURNOY. 
1849..JofiiahA. 

FLOWER. 
1845.. George. 

POBES. 
1865.. Edwin A. 

POERTCH. 
1875.. Jacob. 

FOGG. 
1868..ElbridgeG. 

FOLLIN. 
1844..Aristi(le P. 

FOLSOM. 
1859.. Robert W. 

FOORD. 
1876.. Henry. 

FOOT. 
1847.. Ziba. 

FOOTS. 
1848.. George P. 
1858.. Oscar E. 

FORBES. 
1866.. Henry G. 
1842.. James P. 
1857.. James H. 
1850.. Samuel F. 



140 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



1851. 


.William H. 




FRIERSON. 




GAY. 


1866. 


.William M. 


1849. 


. S. W. 


1849. 


. Harney S. 




FOllD. 


1851. 


. Theodore. 




GAYNOR. ' 


1872. 


.A. W. 




FRISBIE. 


1860. 


.Lewis. 


1848. 


.Elijah. 


1860. 


.William. 




GEBBIE. 


ia50. 


.Henry A. 




FROST. 


1861. 


.Alexander R. 


1856. 


.James M. 


1857. 


.Aaron C. 




GENUNG. 


1874. 


.John Franklin, 




FRYE. 


1852. 


.William R. 


1872. 


.W. E. 


1648. 


.Thomas. 




GENTRY. 




FOREST. 




FUHRMANN. 


1855. 


. Watson M. 


1876. 


.William Edward. 


1856. 


. Guido J. F. W. 




GEORGE. 




FOREMAN. 




FULLER. 


1876. 


. James. 


1877. 


. James Henry. 


1878. 


.Edward Davis. 




GEilEK. 




FORSHEE, 




FULDER. 


1846 


. James M. 


1858. 


. John M. 


1879. 


.Clemens. 




GHENT. 




FORSYTH. 




FULLGRAFF. 


1857. 


.Byron. 


1856. 


.JohnH. 


1854. 


.Otto. 




GIBBONS. 




FORT. 




FUNKHOUSER. 


1876. 


.Clifford Holcomb. 


1855. 


.Gabriel H. 


1874. 


. Robert Monroe, Jr. 


1842. 


.Edward. 




FORTUN. 




FURGANG. 


1847. 


. William P. 


1871. 


.Charles A. 


1861. 


.Albert. 




GIBBS. 




FOSTER. 




FURNESS. 


1860. 


.Daniel W. 


1867. 


. Simeon A. 


1S75. 


. Henry. 


1847. 


.David A, 


1879. 


. Littleberry Steinbach. 


1861. 


. John R. 


1871. 


.Oscar H. 




FOWLER. 






1860. 


.Westell W. 


1846. 
1854. 
1852. 
1852. 
1843. 
1879. 


.Amos. 

.Clifton. 

.Edwin S. 

.JohnN. 

.Robert 0. 

. William Wellesly. 

FOX. 
.Albert CuUen. 


1851. 

1876. 

1877. 


GADDIS. 

.E. Franklin. 

GAGE. 

.Frederick Fanning. 

.Ruel Stearns. 

GAILEY. 


1849. 
1859. 
1861. 
1878. 


GIBSON. 
. Chandler. 
. Henry B. 
.John P. 

.William Meredith. 
GIGLIOLI. 


1873. 


1877. 


.John Knox. 


1858. 


.Joseph, h. 


1876. 


.Charles James. 




GAIT HER. 




GILBERT. 


1852. 


.David A. 


1845. 


.George G. 


1855. 


.Caleb B. 


1855. 


.Eli. 




GALLAGHER. 


1849. 


.Henry S. 


1865. 


. Gustav T. 


1857. 


.Charles A. 


1844. 


. James B. 


18G5. 


.John F. 


1848. 


. Charles R. 


1874. 


James B. 


1847. 


. Ropwell. 


1872. 


.G. S. 


1856. 


.John P. 


1858. 


.T. Shelton. 


1858. 


.John A. 


1862. 


.William J. 




FBATATE. 




GALLATIN. 




GILDER. 


1847. 


.John. 


1862. 


.Albert H. 


1878. 


. James Keirl. 




FRAME. 




GALLOWAY. 




GILES. 


1851. 


.Robert. 


1855. 


.Nathan L. 


1877. 


.Hurlburt Clav. 


1848. 


. Thomas W. 




GALT. 




GILDERSLEEVE 


1859. 
1860. 


FRANCIS. 
.Valentine Mott. 
.Samuel W. 


1856. 

1857. 


. Gabriel A. D. 

GAMBLE. 
.Rodger L. 

GANAHL. 


1866. 
1853. 

1877. 


.F. VauB. 
. James E. 

GILLEN. 
.Forrest Abraham. 




FRANK. 


1851. 


. Jo.seph. 




GILLESPIE. 


1879. 


.Louis Frederick. 




GARDINER. 


1866. 


.Thomas J. 




FRANKLIN. 


1847. 


. William H. 




GILLIAM. 


1868. 


.Benjamin. 




GARDNER. 


1877. 


.William Clement. 


1878. 


.David. 


1879. 


. Clarence Rodolphus. 




GILLIN. 


1846. 


.Edsvard C. 


1872. 


.J. 


1879. 


.Robert Fitzgerald. 


1854. 


. Frederick B. 


1865. 


.William W. 




GILMAN. 


1858. 


. Morris J. 




GARNER. 


1863. 


.Charles 0. T. 


1861. 


.Sidney W. 


1863. 


. John N. 


1847. 


.Martin. 


1847. 


.Thomas M. 




GARRIGAN. 




GILPATRICK. 




FRARY. 


1879. 


. Thomas James. 


1865. 


.Benjamin. 


1878. 


.Milo Wilder. ' 




GARRETT. 




GINDRAT. 






1852. 


.Francis M. 


1846. 


.Abraham. 




FRAZER. 




GARRISON. 




GIRALT. 


1852. 


.Alexander M. 


1858. 


.Nelson A. 


1877. 


. Juan Jose Ulloa. 




FREDERICK. 




G.A.RTON. 




GIRDNER. 


1856 


.Albert H. R. 


1878. 


.Elam Mayhew. 


1879. 


. John Harvey. 




FREEL.^ND. 




GARVIN. 




GIROUX. 


1859. 


. Chester. 


1847. 


.Justin P. 


1869. 


.Thomas C. 




FREEMAN. 


1854. 


. Robert A. 




GIVEN S. 


1862. 


. John X. 




GASTON. 


1851. 


.Jesse W. 


1879. 


.John William. 


184S. 


.JohnM. 




GLASS. 


1857, 


..William. 




GAUnlNEER. 


1842. 


. Thomas A. 




FRHY. 


1878. 


.William John. 




GLAZIER. 


1S42, 


, . James M. 




GAUTIER. 


1877. 


.William Cimimings War- 


1850, 


..Levi. 


1843. 


. Josiah. 




ren. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



141 





GLENN. 




GRATRIX. 


1879, 


, Charles Morris. 


1866. 


..James. 


1850 


. .James A. 




GRAN GET. 




GLOVER. 


1873. 


. John Pierce. 


1848 


..John P. 




GRAVES. 


1857, 


..John J. 


1878. 


. . Carlton. 


1849. 


..Louis N. 


1871. 


.Dorr. 




GNADENDORFF. 


1847. 


. George W. 


1856, 


. .Hermann. 


1848. 


.Lewis F. 


1864. 


GODDARD. 
. .JohnT. 

GOFF. 
, . George Sydney. 


1852. 


GRAY. 
. Daniel T. 


1877. 


1814. 
1879 


. George C. 


1870. 
1877. 
1851. 


, . Ira Lane. 

GOGGANS. 
.James Adrian. 
GOLDER. 
..Robert H. 


18.56! 
18.56. 
1868. 
1846. 


^John'w. 
.Ro-erM. 
.William K. 
.William M. 


1870. 


.Valentine Mott. 




GREEN. 




GOLDSCHMIEDT. 


1864. 


.Charles L. 


1869. 


..Leopold. 


1849. 


. George S. 




GONEKE. 


1866. 


.James C. 


1844. 


.John D. 


18.51. 


. Lapsiev Y. 




GONZALEZ. 


1853. 


. Richard M. 


1865. 


.Antonio R. 


1864. 


.Stephen S. 


1864. 


. Edward M. 


1844. 


.William W. 


1869. 


.Enrique. 




GREENE. 




GOODB. 


1859. 


.Augu.stus S. 


1858. 


.John. 


1859. 


.Benjamin. 




GOODMAN. 


1845. 


.Enoch. 


1876. 


. Alexander Mansfield. 


1867. 


.H M. 


1875. 


.Jacob. 


1849. 


. Jeremiah G. 


1860. 


.John C. 


1847. 


.John A. 


1861. 


. William H. L. 




GREENLEAF. 




GOODWIN. 


1846. 


. jMoses P. 


1879. 


. Thomas Fillis, Jr. 


1854. 


.Peter L. 


1854. 


. Willi:! m W. 




GREENLEE. 




GORDON. 


1857. 


.Elisha G. 


1860. 


.Charles C. 




GREENSWORD. 


1859. 


.Edwin W. 


1857. 


. Mathew P. 


1849. 


.G. G. 




GREER. 




GORE. 


1875. 


.Charles Campbell. 


1850. 


.Joel R. 




GREEVES. 




GORMAN. 


1869. 


.Roberto. 


1845. 


.T. Edward. 




GREGG. 




GO USB. 


1845. 


.J. A. De Witt. 


1864. 


.Charles A. 




GREGOR. 




GORTON. 


1852. 


.William. 


1871. 


.Francis T. 




GREGORY. ' 


1877. 


.Owen Augustus. 


1845. 


.JohnM. 


1876. 


. William Ai-thur. 


1860. 


.Richard K. 




GOUCHER. 


1856. 


. Thomas A. 


1847. 


.John. 




GRIER. 




GOULD. 


1848. 


.R. A. 


1878. 


.Frederick Saltonstall. 




GRIFFIN. 




GOULEY. 


1854. 


. Edgerton. 


1878. 
1868. 


.John William Severin. 
.Louis P. G. 
GRAFF. 


1878. 
1843. 


. George D. 
. Thomas B. 

GRIFFITH. 


1847. 


.Peter C. 


1872. 


.J. D. 

GRIGGS. 




GRAHAM. 


1847. 


. Oliver B. 


1876. 


.George Alexander. 


1849.. 


. Stephen C. 


1870., 


. George W. 




GRIMES. 


1847. 


.Israel L. 


185C. 


.Erastus W. 


1859. 


.John A. 




GRINDLE. 




GRAINGER. 


1867.. 


H. D. 


1870.. 


.William Henry. 


1868., 


.Robert L. 




GRAMES. 


1872. 


.R. P. 


1869. 


.Eugene. " 


1856.. 


Wesley. 




GRANT. 




GRISHAM. 


1848., 


.James L. 


1848 


John L. 




GRANGER. 




GRISWOLD. 


1855.. 


, Lyman C. 


1878.. 


Edward Payson 


1873.. 


.Samuel Ferguson, 




niond. 



Ham- 



1875 
1850, 

1860. 

1866 

1879. 

1869, 

1879. 

1877. 

1879. 
1844 

1846. 
1844. 
1870. 

1853. 

1850. 

1857. 

1861. 
1873. 

1878. 

1878. 

1874. 

1857. 

1857. 

1851. 

1861. 

1860. 

1846. 

1872. 

1868. 

1871. 

1846. 

1851. 

1846. 
1852. 

1852. 

1846.. 

1879., 

1857.. 

1873.. 
1855. 
1S70. 
1872. 



. . Roger M. 
..Stephen. 

GROOVER. 
..James I. 

GROSVENOR. 
. . Joseph W. 

GR )VESTEEN. 
..Charles Edward, 

GRUBB. 
..Isaac Newton. 
GRUBE. 
, . Charles Henry, Jr. 

GUENTHER. 
.Emil Ernest. 

GUERIN. 
.Frederick Augustus, 
.Jules, I). 

GUERNSEY. 
.Egbert. 
. Henry N. 
. William Noah. 
GUILD. 
..Phineas K. 

GULICK. 
.Luther H. 

GUNN. 
.Daniel P. 

GUNNING. 
.J. Henry. 
. Josephns Henry. 

GUPTIL. 
.Lucien Harden. 
GUTHRIE, 
. John Blair. 

GUTIERREZ. 
. Ignacio. 

GUY. 
.Timothy. 

HAASE. 
.C. F. W. 

HACKENBERG. 
.George P. 

HACKETT. 
. Colin J. 

HADDOCK. 
.Thomas P. 

HADLEY. 
.Owen. 

HAGADORN. 
.W. 

HAGGERTY. 
.William. 

HAGOt-*IAN. 
.Garabet Shil. 
HAGAR. 
.Joseph. 

HAIGH. 
.Thomas D. 

HAIGHT. 
.Caleb W. 
.Edwin B. 

HAINES. 
.Milton. 

HAIRSTON. 
.Peter C. 

HALBERT. 
.James Francis. 

HALES. 
.J. Jefferson. 
HALL. 
. Charles Edwin. 
. Daniel M. 
.Henry Clay. 
.J. A. 



142 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



1848. 


.JohnT. C. 




HARCOURT. 




HA WES. 


185S. 


.Lucien. 


1874. 


.Joseph. 


1846. 


.George E. 


1857. 


.Matthew R. 




HARDIE. 


1844". 


.John R. 


1843. 


.Samuel. 


1860. 


.Robert C. 




HAWKINS. 


1853. 


.Walter E. 




HARDIN. 


1873. 


. Charles Oscar, 


1858. 


.William H. 


1853. 


.Henry R. 


18.58. 


.John. 


1860. 


.William H. 




HARDING. 


1848. 


. John T. 




HALLENBECK. 


1860. 


.William L. 


1846, 


..Nathaniel. 


1876. 


.Georse Griffin. 




HARDRICH. 


1860. 


. Williamson M. 




HALLETT. 


1876. 


Herman. 




HAWKS. 


1848. 


.Arnold. 




HARING. 


1844. 


.Thomas H. 




HALLOCK. 


1850. 


.Isaac C. 




HAWLEY. 


1868. 


.James C. 




HARLOW. 


1864. 


, . Gideon A. 




HALTIWANGER. 


1850, 


..Cornelius E. 




HAWTHORN. 


1854. 


. John R. 




HARMAN. 


1859. 


.Frank. 




HAM. 


1876, 


.Henry Hollinshead. 




HAY. 


1847. 


.Abner. 




HARNED. 


1878. 


.John Titus. 


1855. 


•William G. 


1868. 


. Samuel P. 




HAYDEN. 




HAMER. 




HAROOTUNIAN. 


1874. 


. Simon Van der. 


1844. 


. James. 


1876. 


.M. Kavorke. 




HAYDON. 




HAMILL. 




HARPER. 


1872. 


J. H. 


1869. 


.Edward H. 


1578. 


.John Erasmus. 




HAYES. 


1848. 


. James J. 


1848. 


.William W. 


1877. 


.Francis Mason. 




HAMILTON. 




HARRINGTON.^ 


1879. 


. John Francis. 


1856. 


. George A. 


1857. 


.Josiah. 


1855. 


. James H. 


1855. 


. George P. 




HARRIS. 




HAYNES. 


1850. 


.Henry R., h. 


1861. 


.Amos J. 


ia52. 


.A. 


185-2. 


. Horatio A. 


1857. 


.Charles H. 


1853. 


. Samuel. 


1861. 


. James. 


1847. 


.E. B. 


1878. 


.William Henry, Jr. 


1855. 


.John E. 


1&58. 


. George E. 




HAYS. 


1864. 


. William R. 


1848. 


.H. B. C. 


1874. 


. John B. 




HAMLIN. 


1849 


.Henrv T. 




HAYUNGA. 


1870, 


.Ira Gillette. 


1860 


.Robert W. 


1863. 


. George A. 




HAMPER. 


1858. 


.Samuel S. 




HAZELTINE. 


1877. 


.Marshall Dayton. 


1868. 


. Thomas W. 


1842. 


.Gilbert W. 




HAMMEL. 


1851. 


. William S. 




HAZEN. 


1868. 


.Charles. 


1851. 


.Zeno T. 


1878. 


.Samv.el Alonzo. 


1848. 
1849. 


HAMMOND. 
.Cornelius E. 
. Gerard B. 


1858. 


HARRISON. 

.Alfred J. 


1844. 


HAZLET. 
. Samuel W. 

HEARD. 
.George B. 

HEATH. 
Allen S. 


1872. 

1877. 
18.59. 


.G. H. 

. John Hoagland. 

. Thomas H. 


186?. 
1852. 
1843. 


. George A. 
.Georare S. 
.Milton P. 


1855. 
1844. 


1848. 


.William A. 


1878. 


. Samuel. 




HEDGER. 
.A. Mason. 




HANAFORD. 


1870. 


. Samuel William. 


1846. 


1872. 


.J. B. 




HARRISS. 




HEDGES. 




HAND. 


1846. 


.William W. 


1852. 


.Smith E. 


1870. 


.David B. - 




HART. 




HEE. 




HANE. 


1867. 


.Hugh A. 


1871. 


. Tien. 


1842. 


.Henry S. 


1846. 


. Stephen A. 




HEGEMAN. 




HANER. 




HAR\rEY. 


1851. 


.William H. 


1877. 


. George. 


1861. 


.Alexander. 




HEBIER. 




HANFORD. 


185-2. 


.James C. B. 


1877. 


.William Dowie. 


1874. 


Charles Webster. 


1858. 


.Obed, h. 




heinmOller. 


1844. 


.Nehemiah. 




HARVILLE. 


1S75. 


.Robert John. 


1846. 


.Samuel C. 


1845. 


.S. W. 




HELPER. 




HANNERS. 




HARWELL. 


1875. 


.Samuel Alexander. 


1858. 


. Henry De Costa. 


1851. 


.Ransom. 




HELM. 




HANNAN. 




HASBROUCK. 


1861. 


.John. 


1866. 


.John C. 


1848. 


.Dubois. 


1871. 


.John H. 




HANNON. 


1869. 


. Joseph. 




HEMPELL. 


1873. 


. James Cowper. 




HASTINGS. 


1845. 


. Charles J 


1S60. 


.Joseph. 


1863. 


.Benjamin F. 




HEMPHILL. 


1860. 


.Virgil T. 

HANSON. 


1874. 


.William John. 
HATCH. 


1858. 


.Andrew J. 


1866. 


.Aaron Y. 


1843. 


.Frederick W. 


18.59. 


HENDERSON. 




HAPPEL. 


1ST2 


.G. F. 


. James M. 


1872. 


.T.J. 

HARBISON. 


186-2. 

1848. 


. George W, 
.William G. 


18.52. 
1S47. 


.John B. 
. Thomas F. 


1856. 


.Thomas M. 




HAUPT. 


1879. 


.Timothy Rogers. 




HARD AWAY. 


1877. 


. Louis. 


1850. 


HENDRICK. 


1857. 


.George S. 




HAVEN. 


.Eli F. 


1870. 


.J. J. 


1877. 


.William Chadboume. 




HENDRICKS. 




HARDCASTLE. 




HAVARD. 


1851. 


A. 


1856. 


. Amos H. 


1869. 


.Vallerj-. 


1872. 


.A. T. 



MEDICAL DEtARTMENT. 



H3 





HENDRiCKSON. 




1866. 


.Skidmore. 

HENKEL. 


1878. 


1868. 


.Abram M. 


1848. 


1878. 


.Haller HippocrateSi 






HElfLEY. 


1861 . 


1869. 


.A.t. 


1870. 




MnRy. 


1851 . 


1848. 


.Charles. 


1874. 


\m. 


. Fl'ank B. 


1849. 


18(57. 


.Johnt^. 


1878. 


ISBO. 


.JohnM. 


1845. 


185-2. 


.Levi J. 


1858. 


1848. 


.Peyton T. 


1872. 




HENSHAW. 


1846. 


1872. 


.C. E 


1860. 




HENSKE. 


1857. 


1877. 


.Andrew Adolphus. 


1854. 




HERMANY. 


1878. 


1863. 


.Phaon. 

HERNDON. 


1851. 


1857. 


.Brodie. 


1845. 


1857. 


.Dabney. 




1849. 


.Henry G. 


1852. 


1861. 


.Zacharie B. 






HERON. 


186.3. 


1872. 


.E. 






HERR, 


1876. 


1854. 


.EliasB. 






HERRERA. 


1861. 


1868. 


. Leandro Gonzalez. 






HERRIMAN. 


1847. 


1879. 


.Wallace John. 


1875. 


1876. 


William Luther. 






HERRING. 


1860. 


1877. 


.Jesse Phillips. 


1860. 


1861. 


.Need ham B. 
HERRON. 


1853. 


1848. 


.James B. 

HERSEY. 


1848. 


1874. 


.George Dallas. 


1858. 


1871. 


. George E. 






HERSCHEL. 


1877. 


1877. 


. George August. 
HERTY. 


1878. 


1859. 


.James \V. 

HERVEY. 


1874. 


1859. 


.Edwin A. 

HERZOG. 


1853 


1879. 


Carl. 

HESTER. 


1878. 


1861. 


.Benjamin L. 


1845. 


1867. 


.William. 

HEUEL. 


1853. 


1875. 


. Franz. 

HEUSSY. 


1858. 


1870. 


. Georere. 

HEWIT. 


1876. 


1847. 


. Henry S. 

HEWITT. 


1869. 


1879. 


.Clifford. 


1858. 


1850. 


.Elisha A. 




1858. 


.James D. 


1857. 




HEWLETT. 


1858. 


1868. 


. Peter V. P. 
HEYDON. 


1872. 


1867. 


. Ijorye E. 


1849. 




HIBBARD. 


1848. 


1845. 


.L. Wells. 






HIBBEN. 


1866. 


1878. 


. John Bascome. 






HICKEY. 


1855. 


1856. 


.Reuben I. 






HIGGINS. 


1856. 


1848. 


.Seabury M. 


1842. 



HIGGg. 




HOLLISTER. 


..John firoad. 


1846. 


.Horace. 


HIGHTOWER. 




HOLLO^ 


..John Ci 


1874. 


. Atlders Lawritz. 


HILL. 




HOLLO WAY. 


..Alexander. 


1855. 


. 'thomas A. 


. . Augiistus itiddleton. 




HOLLY. 


.Charles W. 


1847. 


.J. Daniel. 


.Edwin Wilkinson-. 




HOLMES-, 


. ;Heiiry W. 


1868. 


.ChAries J; 


. . James Ale.tauder. 


1.S&5. 


.Itenry \V= 


..John, 


1875. 


.John Funnel'!, Jr. 


..JohnW. 


1848. 


. Lewis L. 


..L. S. 


1877. 


.Samuel Judd. 


, . Richard B. 




HOLT. 


. Robert M. 


1877. 


. Chat ning Albert. 


, . Samuel V. D. 


1859. 


.Edwin M. 


, . Thomas. 


1847. 


.Henry D. 


.William Henry. 


18(51. 


Pleasant A. 


..William M. 


1858. 


.Simon A. 


HILLHOUSE. 




HOLTON. 


. . William. 


1860. 


.Henrv D, 


HILLIS. 




HOLTZMAN. 


..James G. 


1862. 


.Samuel E. 


HILLS. 




HOOKER. 


..Lyman H. 


1852. 


. Roscoe. 


HILLYER. 




HOOPER. 


..Joseph Henrj'. 


1857. 


.Duponccau. 


HINDSMAN. 




HOPKINS. 


.Andrew C. L. 


1874. 


. John James. 


HINE. 




HORN. 


..James, 


1869. 


.Oliver P. 


, . Raphael Franklin. 




HOPPER. 


HINKLE. 


1873. 


Charles Alfred. 


. James B. 




HORNBLOWER. 


. .James R. 


1860. 


. Josiah. 


..JohnM. 




HORNER. 


HINxMAN. 


1868. 


.Charles W, 


..Miles. 




HORSFORD. 


HISLOP. 


1863. 


.Charles. 


.John G. 




HORST. 


HITCHCOCK. 


1876. 


. Ernst Friedrich Gottlieb. 


.DeWitt. 




HORTON. 


.Harlyn. 


1879. 


.William Wickham. 


HOAG. 




HOSMER. 


..William Enoch. 


1866. 


.George H. 


HOBBS. 




HOTALING. 


.Fletcher E. 


1863. 


. Irving W. 


HOCHHEIMER. 




HOUGHTON. 


.Emanuel. 


1867. 


.Henry C. 


HODGES. 


1&47. 


. Joel. 


.Charles W. 




HOUSE. 


. George W. 


1863. 


.Henry H. 


HODGMAN. 


1859. 


.Williams. 


.Abbott. 




HOWARD. 


HOEBER. 


1845. 


.Calvin, A. 


, .Emil Willielm. 


1879. 


. George Bassett. 


HOFP. 


1863. 


.Will am W. 


..J. 0. 




HOWARTH. 


HOFMANN. 


1850. 


. James. 


.Ernst F. 




HOWE. 


HOGAN. 


1866. 


.Joseph W. 


.Hugh W. 




HOWELL. 


.JohnR. 


1855. 


. Joseph W. 


0. P. 


18(50. 


.William A. 


HOLBROOK. 




HOW LAND. 


. Lowell. 


1878. 


.Henry Hicks, 


.William. 




HOYT. 


HOLCOMB. 


1874. 


.Elisha Fayette. 


.N. Webster. 


1847. 


.Moses C. 


HOLDEN. 


1865. 


.O.-carF. 


. Julius T. 




HUBBARD. 


HOLLAND. 


1871. 


. Chauncey G. 


.James. 


1878. 


. Frank Allen. 


.Joseph A. 


1859. 


. George C. 



144 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF XEW YORK. 



1844 


..Henry. 




HUTCHINSON. 




JENTZ. 


isei 


. . Stuart. 


1848 


. . George L. 


1868 


..Robert P. A. 




HUCKIXS. 




HUTSON. 




JESSOP. 


1878 


. . Pay wn Taylor, 


1851 


..Thomas W. 


185), 


. . Robert. 




HUDNALL. 




HUTTON. 


1S59 


. .Samuel S. 


1848 


. . Jnlins A. 


1878 


..William. 




JETER. 


185-2 


. . Samuel H. 




HYATT. 


1845, 


..HenrvM. 




HUDSON. 


1879 


..Aaron Sanford. 




JEWETT. 


18G7, 


, . George V. 




HYDE. 


1854 


. . George W. 


1853 


.HenrvH. 


1845 


..Cornelius A. 


1843, 


, . Homer 0. 




HtJEBNER. 




HYSLOP. 




JIMINEZ. 


1876 


..Otto. 

HUGART. 


1850, 


, . George L. 


1874 


. . Juan Rafael. 
JOHNSON. 


1872, 


,.A. 






1850. 


.Asa E. 




HTJGGIXS. 


1868, 
1866. 


INCHES. 


1863. 


. Cromwell 0, 


1850. 


.E. D. 


. . Charles. 


1868, 


..David H. 




HUGHART. 


.Peter R. 


1878. 


. Dryden. 


1878. 


. James Perry. 


1872. 


INGE. 


1851. 


.E. P.M. 




HUGHES. 


.R. 


1879. 


. Frederick Eugene. 


1868. 


.Bernard. 


1871. 


INGLE. 


1859. 


. Gabriel L. 


l.'-64. 
1879 


. James W. 
. Peter. 


.J. Lowrie. 

IRELAND. 


1816. 
1872 


.George Benjamin. 
.G. F. 


1861). 


.William. 


1847. 


.Treadwell L. 


ia53. 


.Henry B. 




HULTNG. 


1850. 


IREMONGER. 


1879. 


. John Elias. 


1873. 


.John Allen. 


. Francis W. 


1879. 


.John Humphrey. 




HULL. 




IRVINE. 


1877. 


. Marcus Morton. 


1&54. 


.Aaron W., h. 


1852. 


. James M. 


1878. 


.Nathan. 


1847. 


.Isaac. 


1852. 


IRWIN. 
.James H. 


1S78. 


. Samuel Gager. 


ISoS. 


.Joseph J. 


1877. 


.Stei'hen Joseph. 


1846. 


.Robert M. 


1854. 


ISHAM. 




JOHNSTON. 


1872. 


.T. G. 


.Ralih. 


1864. 


. George W. 




HUMPHREY. 




IVERSON. 


1849. 


.John. 


1876. 


Joseph Bniden. 


1850. 


.Robert. 


l'i':9. 


.John McKenzie. 




HUiH'HREYS. 




IVES. 


1850. 


.McKenzie. 


1S61. 


.P. Henn-. 


1870. 


.Hugh Marison. 


1871. 


.Napoleon B. 




HUXD. 




IVEY 


1847. 


.William E. 


187n. 


. Frederick John. 
HUXT. 


1853. 


. James T. 


1867. 


.WillinmH. 

JOH.N STONE. 


1847. 


.Alexander A., h. 




JACKSON. 


1876. 


.Arthur Weir. 


1864 


. De Forest. 


1871. 


.George. 




JONES. 


1S79. 


. Eben. 


1855. 


. Hugh G. 


1852. 


.Augustus. 


1858. 


. Harvey. 
.Henry Judsc«i. 


18.il . 


.J imes W. 


1868. 


.A. G. 


1878. 


1874. 


.William Wiley. 


ia42. 


.Bartlett C. 


1859. 


. John W. 




JACOBS. 


1852. 


. Daniel W. 


I860 


.Oliver G. 


1875. 


. Arthur Thaddeus. 


1878. 


. Frederick Perley. 


1847. 


. Thomas E. 


1871. 


.Dana D. 


1859. 


.Gabriel L. 




HUXTER. 
.Abraham F. 


1875. 


. George Lauck. 


1870. 


. George Henry. 


1854. 


1878. 


. Thomas Jefferson. 
JAMES. 


1857. 
1852. 


. I.-^ac W. 
. John W. 


1863 


.Alexander S. 


1845. 


.Benjamin S. 


1851. 


. Moses G. 


1857. 


.Charles H. 


1876. 


. Derastus Hanks. 


1849. 


.Philip C. 


1844. 
1872. 
1846. 
1847. 


.Edward H. W. 
.G. Z. 
. Robert. 
.William. 


1875. 


.John Henr%'. 


1869. 


. S. Seabury. 


185a. 


.Nathaniel R. 


1859. 


. Starling W. 




JAMESON. 


1K50. 


.Thomas D. 


1854. 


. Samuel H. 


1849. 


.William B. 




HUXTIXGTOX. 




JAMISON. 


1858. 


. William I. 


1862. 


.Abel. 


1858. 


.Samuel M. 


1872. 


.W. W. 


1871. 


. Henry K. 




J.-iNES. 




JORDAN. 


1845. 


.William M. 


1847. 


. Thomfjs P. 


1859. 


. George W. 




HUXTT.EY. 




JARVIS. 


1857. 


. La Fayette H. 


1S48. 


.James F. 


1852. 


.Ebenezer P. 


ISfiO. 


.William F. 


1877. 


.James Floms, Jr. 


1860. 


. Geo'-ge G. 


1857. 


.W. I. 




HUPFELD. 




JAY. 


1859. 


.W. Turner. 


1875. 


.Julius William. 


1854. 


. Svlvanns. 




JORDON. 




HURD. 




JEFFRAY. 


1868. 


.JohnL. 


1877. 


.William .Simonton. 


1861. 


.William V. 




JOSLEN. 




HUSBAND. 




JEFFRIES. 


1845. 


.James E. 


1849. 


.Richard J. 


1858. 


.William H. 




JOSLIN'. 




HUSTED. 




JENKINS. 


1852. 


.Benjamin F. 


1850. 


.JarvisN. 


1854. 


. Charles J. 




JOSLYN. 


1850. 


. Nathaniel 0. 


1844. 


. Edward. 


1849 


.Benjamin F. 




HUSTIS. 


1S51 . 


. George W. 




JOSSELYN. 


1865. 


.Cornelius. 


1856. 


.William F. 


1873. 


.Eli Edwards. 




HUTCHINGS. 




JENKS. 




JOYCE. 


1&13. 


.Johnil. 


1856. 


. James E. 


1859. 


. Thomas F. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



145 





KAEMMERER. , 




KESSELER. 




KNEUPER. 


1875 


..Charles. 


1877 


. . Alovsins. 


1875. 


.Frederick Jacob. 




KARRMANN. 




KETCHERSID. 




KNAPP. 


1876 


. . Henrv Sebastian. 


1873 


. . James Napoleon. 


1845, 


,.D. A. 




KAULL. 




KETCHUM. 


1877. 


. Frederick Eugene. 


1855 


..William M. 


1860 


..Benjamin F. 




KNIGHT. 




KEARNS. 




KEYES. 


1849. 


. Augustus L. 


1857 


..William U. 


1866 


..Edward L. 


1855. 


.ChurlesC. 




KEATING. 




KIDDER. 


1847, 


, .Ebenezer. 


1857 


..John R. 


1868, 


..Jerome. 


1866. 


.Edwin A. 




KEEBLER. 




KIERNAN. 


1867. 


. Edwin A. 


1855 


..Lemuel. 


1875, 


, . James George. 
. James L. 


1851. 


, . William. 




KEEGAN. 


1857 


1876. 


.William Ward. 


1875, 


..Patrick Joseph. 


1855! 


Patrick K 




KNOCHE. 


1846. 


KEENE. 
, .Lorenzo S. 


1849. 


KIERSTED. 
, . John A. 


1867. 


.FredR. 

KNOWLES. 


1854. 


KEITH. 
. Samuel. 


1874, 


KILBOURNE. 
,. Albert Wells. 


1866. 


.Riley C. 

KNOX. 


1857. 


KELL. 
.James T. 


1871. 


KILLIAN. 
.Jacob P. 


1846. 
1868. 


.Oscar F. 
.Thomas C. 




KELLAM. 


1843. 


. Leander. 




KREECORIAN. 


1877. 


.John Willis. 




KIMBERLY. 


1876. 


.Kavork Muggerdich. 


1849. 
1873. 


KELLER, 
• Thomas F. 

KELLEY. 
.Edward Frazee. 


1862. 

1851. 


.Augustus G. 

KIMBLE. 
.DeWittC. 

KIMLIN. 


1872. 
1854. 


KREIZER. 
.C. P. 

KRIDER. 
Thomas A. 


1855. 


.Henry L. 


1865. 


. Thomas. 




KOHN. 


1850. 


KELLOGG. 
.Walter L. 

KELLY. 


1873. 


KINABREW. 
.William Henry. 


1877. 
1873. 


.Samuel. 

KOHNLE. 
.Lorenzo. 


18.57. 


. Edward. 




KING. 




KRIEGER. 


1849. 


.James A., h. 


1863. 


.Calvin B. 


1877. 


. Gusiav Louis. 


1859. 


.Hugh, A. 


1871. 


.Glendy. 




KROESEN. 


1859. 


KELSEY. 
.William C. 


1855. 
1843. 


. Henry. 
.John. 


1871. 


.Joseph C. 

KROG. 




KENDALL. 


1858. 


.Lucian E. 


1866. 


.Chas. A. Th! 


1852. 


.Albert A. 


1847. 


. Ruf us. 




KRYMER. 




KENDIG. 


1847. 


.William N. 


1854. 


.Wesley. 


1874. 


.Benjamin Emmett. 




KINGSLEY. 




KUHN, 


1864. 


.Eli V. 


1874. 


. Henry Frank. 


1874. 


.Karl Wilhelm. 




KENDRIC. 




KINGSTON. 




KUNKELMAN. 


1876. 


.Ford. 

KENE. 


1877. 


.Robert John. 
KINNILLY. 


1879. 


.William Henry. 


1878. 


.Joseph Alphonse Marie. 


1846. 


. William A. 




LADD. 




KENNARD. 




KINYOUN. 


1860. 


.Charles H. 


1856. 


.Thomas. 


1859. 


.JohnH. 


1879. 


Samuel Pierpont. 




KENNEDY. 




KIP. 




LAHEY. 


1843. 


. Arthur W. 


1854. 


.Isaac L. 


1873. 


. Salvador Jones. 


Ib68. 


.Daniel A. 




KIPP. 




LAIRD. 


1852. 


.Jared. 


1852. 


.R. B. 


1877. 


. James Mattison. 


1858. 


. Josiah F. 




KIRK. 




LAMB. 


1855. 


.Lysander W. 


1879. 


.William Hale. 


1861. 


.William W. 


1869. 


. Richard. 




KIRKPATRICK, 




LAMONT. 


1870. 


. Samuel. 


1864. 


. James E. 


1862. 


.John C. 




KENNERLY, 




KIRKSEY. 




LAMPLEY. 


1846. 


.HiUiardW. 


1845. 


.E. W. 


1851. 


.Caleb B. 


1857 


. Samuel N. 




KIRSTON. 




LAMPORT. 


1S45. 


. Thomas B. 


1869. 


W. F. A. 


1868. 


.Louis R. 




KENNEY. 




KISSAM. 




LAMSON. 


1879. 


.Wendell Phillips. 


1874., 


.George Purdy. 


1857., 


.D. Lowell. 




KENNY. 




KITCHELL. 




LANDON. 


1846. , 


.John. 


1850., 


.William. 


1849.. 


Dillon S. 




KENT. 




KITCHEN. 




LAND RUM. 


1854., 


. Henry B. 


1870., 


.Daniel Hixon, 


1855.. 


Thomas W. 




KENYON. 


1846.. 


John M. 




LANE. 


1874. 


.Henry Benjamin. 




KLEIN. 


1865.. 


William W. 




KERLY. 


1861.. 


John A. 




LANIER. 


1850. 


. John D. 




KLEISER. 


1858.. 


James A. 




KERN. 


1871.. 


Joseph M. 




LANGDON. 


1842. 


.George P. 




KLIPSTEIN. 


1843.. 


Samuel. 




KERSH. 


1844.. 


William B. 




LANIGAN. 


1849. 


. Godfrey. 




KLOCK. 


1877.. 


John Alphonsus. 


1843. 


.John 1. 


1876.. 


Charles Morris. 




LANKFORD. 




KERSHNER. 




KNAJIAN. 


1877.. 


Livius. 


1861. 


.Edward. 


1878.. 


Garabed Abgar. 


1854.. 


William C. 



10 



146 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 





LANPHEAR. 




LEMONT. 


LLARENA Y MESA. 


If-SO.. 


Albert H. 


1864.. 


Robert J. 


1868.. 


Jose. 




L.\>;SDALE. 




LENTE. 




LLOYD. 


1867.. 


R. H. 


1849.. 


Frederick D. 


1854.. 


Henry H. 




LARKIN. 




LEONARD. 




L0E3TEIN. 


1859.. 


Jamc8 J. 


1879., 


. George William, 


1852.. 


JohnE. 




LARKINS. 


1879. 


.Milton Hall. 




LOCHNER. 


1858.. 


John R. 


1869 . 


.William F. 


1871., 


.John. 




LASH. 


1876. 


.William Robert. 




LOCKE. 


1S6S.. 


.William A. 




LESZYNSKY, 


1849.. 


Charles F. T. 




LAS P EYRE. 


1878. 


.William M. 




LOCKETT. 


1863. 


.Bernard. 




LEVERIDGE. 


1847. 


.H. B. 




LASSETER. 


185-2. 


.John H. 




LOCKHART. 


1848 


.Samuel. 




LEVI. 


1859.. 


. George W. 




LASSITER. 


1878. 


.John Thomas. 




LOCKWOOD. 


1861. 


.Thomas. 




LEVINGS. 


1843. 


.Robert H. 


LASTRA Y CAPETILLO. 


1844. 


.Noah C. 




LOGUE. 


1S68. 


.Mieruel. 




LEVY. 


1856. 


.Daniel C. 

LOINES. 




LATHAM. 


1878. 


.Henry. 




1879. 


. Jame.'; Ryder. 




LEWIN, 


1849. 


.J. Powell. 

LOMAX. 




LAI HROP. 


1862. 


. Samuel. 


1850. 


1849. 


. Ebenezer. 




LEWIS. 


.WiUiam. 




LAUBACH. 


1868. 


.Alfred A. 




LONG. 


1862. 


.Alfred S. 


1879. 


.Gary Massillon. 


1855. 


.Albert J. 




LAUDERDALE. 


1851 . 


. Georce W. 


1853. 


.Alfred J. 


1845. 
1862. 


. Edward. 
.Jolin V. 


1877. 
1869. 


.Henry Wilkins. 
James A. 


1861. 
1849. 


. James K. 
.M. L. 




LAUGHLIN. 


1863 . 


. John B. 


1851. 


.Snndford A. 


1878 


.Charles Sumner. 


1869. 


!n. 0. 


1860. 


Willi.im F. 




LAWRENCE. 


1857 . 


.SearlesM. 




LOPEZ-SILVERO. 


1850. 


.Charles M. 


1853. 


.Taylor. 


1879. 


.Leon Raimundo. 


1852. 


.Gilbert B. 


1865. 


.William B. 




LOPP. 


1661. 


.John J. 


1853. 


.William C. 


1879. 


.William Henry. 


1874. 


.William. 


1866. 


.Z. Edwards. 




LORD. 


1877. 


.William Henry. 




LIAUTARD. 


1862. 


.Matthias L. 


1^54. 


.Wilham J. 


1865. 


.Alexandre F. 


1846. 


. Rufus S. 




LAWSON. 




LIGHTFOOT. 


1846. 


.William P. 


1876. 


.Archirald. 


1849. 


.William M. 




LORING. 


1861. 


.John W. 




LIGNOT. 


1878. 


.Leonard Young. 




LAWTON. 


1S76. 


. Charles Albert Julius. 




LOT HROP. 


1852. 


. Benjamin F. 




LIGON. 


1859. 


.Charles H. 


1847. 


.Williams. 


1849. 


.Thomas B. 




LOT!. 




LAWYER. 




LILLIE. 


1854. 


.William P. 


1864. 


.James. 


184-2. 


. James. 




LOUGH. 




LAY. 


1858. 


.William. 


1861. 


.Inglis. 


1853. 


. James C. 




LILLY. 




LOUGHLEN. 




LAZARUS. 


1860. 


.William H. 


1879. 


.Edwards Jared. 


1846. 


.M. E. 




LINABERY. 




LOVE. 




LEAMING. 


1861. 


.John S. 


1846. 
1856. 


.B. 


1849. 


. James R. 




LINCOLN. 


.John A. 


1856. 


.Philip S. 


1854. 


.Albert R. 


1855. 


John J. H. 




LEARY. 




LINDERMAN. 




LOVELL. 


1860. 


.Joseph H. 


1851. 


. Garreti B. 


1877. 


.Eugene Walker. 
LOW. 




LEAPHEART. 




LINDSAY. 




18-14. 


. Jesse. 


1875. 


. Francis William. 


1874. 


.Addison Sidney. 
.James. 




LEATHERS. 




LINDSEY. 


1850. 


1859. 


.James C. 


1845. 


.J. F. 




LOWE. 




LEAVITT. 




LINEHAN. 


1862. 


.John N. 


1852. 


.J. Edwards. 


1876. 


.John Bernard. 




LOWELL. 


1847. 


.John. 




LINN. 


1861. 


.Abram L. 




LEAVENWORTH. 


1879 


. Thomas. 




LOWRY. 


1849. 


.Francis P. 




LINSLEY. 


1845. 


.William R. 




LEE. 


1849. 


.Joel B. 




LUCAS. 


1878. 


.Charles Rowe. 




LITCHFIELD. 


1876. 


.Augustus Clay. 


1669. 


.Dnncan C. 


1856. 


.J. P., h. 


1870. 


. George Franklin. 


1845. 


. Samnel H. 




LITTLE. 




LUCE. 




LEILUFY. 


1848. 


. George S. 


1871. 


. Henry H. 


1868. 


.Faddul. 


1856. 


. Samuel W. 




LUDLUM. 




LEFTWITCH. 


1861. 


. William. 


1865. 


Charles H. 


1859. 


.John W. 


1878. 


. William Arthur. 


1817. 


.Henry Vdroy. 


18.56. 


, .Morriss. 




LIVESAY. 




LtTHE. 


1851. 


.William D. 


1849. 


. Georpe W. 


1872. 


. A. C. F. von der. 




LEGGETT. 




LIVINGSTON. 




LUIS. 


1847. 


.Charles P. 


.1845. 


. Joseph. 


1876. 


.Jose Jacinto. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



147 



1854. 

1878. 
1876. 

1878. 

1861. 

187-2. 

1878. 
1863. 
1857. 
1862. 
1854. 

1878. 
1877. 

1852. 

1848. 
1878. 

1853. 

1867., 

1877. 

1875. 

1870. 
1878. 

1865. 

1853. 
1867. 

1871. 

1867. 

1849. 

1874. 
1866. 

1877. 

1875. 

1878. 

1849. 

1853., 

1S48. 
1871. 

1816. 

1879. 

1871. 

1871. 

1843. 



LUPTON. 
.John S. 

LUTKINS. 
.Alfred Augustine. 
. William clerk. 

LYBOLT. 
.Archibald. 

LYiMAN. 
. Francis R. 
.H. C. 

LYNCH. 
.Henry Horace. 
, John. 
. Patrick. 
. S imuel. 
. Thomas. 

LYON. 
. David Stuart. 
, Eldoru.-^ De M. 

LYONS. 
, Charles T. 

LYTLE. 
.William J. 

LYTTLE, 
. Herbert George. "j ; 

MABREY. 
.Baker W. 

MACBEAN. 
.D. B. Arttinr. 

MACKENZIE. 
.John Noland. 
MACKEY. 
.Nathan Callender. 

M\GDON\LD, 
. Alexander Edward, 
. George Alexander. 

JVIACLAY. 
.Augustus W. 

MACOMBER. 
.Addison P. 
.Heiry K. 

MAC OSCAR. 
. Thomas. 

MCAFEE. 
. J. W. 

MCALLISTER. 
.John. 

McAULAT. 
.Ed\vai-d Aloysius. 
.Edwin N. 

McBEE. 
.Sumner. 

McBIRNBY. 
.Edward William. 
McBRAYER. 
. Victor. 

McBRIDE. 
.Nelson. 

McBRYAR, 
.William. 

McCABB. 
.John W. 
• Thomas. 

McCALL. 
.H. C. 

McCALLUM. 
.Samuel. 

McCANN. 
.Charles L, 

MCCARTHY. 
.Alvan R. 

McCAW. 
. James B, 





McCAY. 




McHUGH. 


1844. 


. Robert B. 


1877. 


.Patrick Joseph. 




McCLARY. 




McILWAIN.: 


1S64. 


.Del. 


1808. 


. James. 




McCLEERY. 




.McKAY. 


1862. 


.Beverly N. 


1845. 


, . John S. 




McCOMBS. 




McKENNA. 


1860. 


. .Tames P. 


1843. 


.John. 




McCONNELL. 




Mckenzie. 


1877. 


.Delos White. 


1858, 


. .Andrew. 


1847. 


. Norman. 


1850. 


. M. de Lafayette. 


1879. 


. Samuel Morrison, Jr. 


1860. 


.William W. 




McCORMACK. 




McKINNEY. 


1874. 


.John. 


1872. 


.J. A. 




Mccormick. 




McKISSACK. 


1858. 


.Peter J. 


1842. 


. Peter D, 




McCOY. 




Mcknight. 


1853. 


. Amos W. 


1848. 


.Charles G. 


1879. 


.John Cresap. 




McLAURIE. 




McCROSSON. 


1864. 


. Charles M. 


1879. 


.Thomas. 




McLAURY. 




McCUNE. 


1860. 


.William M. 


1856. 


.John T. 




McLEAN. 




McDANIEL. 


1858. 


.C. Ryerson. 


1842. 


.David. 


1873. 


.Henry Corneliuf. 




McDERMONT. 


1866. 


. Lorenzo D. 


1849. 


.C. 


, 1879. 


. Peter. 


1854. 


.William J, 




Mcleod, 




McDERMOTT. 


1846. 


.J. A., h. 


1877. 


.John Rogers. 


1845. 


.Miles A. 




MCDONALD. 




McLIMONT. 


1863. 


.Abram F. 


1852. 


.Robert. 


1847 


.Alexander. 




McLOCHLIN. 


1866. 


. Alexander. 


1874. 


.James Alphonsus. 


1851. 


.Alexander K. 




McMANNEN. 


1871. 


.Edward W. 


1859. 


.Le Roy D. 


Ib62. 


. George E. 




McMANUS. 


1861 


.John. 


1872. 


.0. 


1867. 


.M. M. 


1865. 


.William. 




MCDONNELL, 




McMATH. 


1849. 


.P. W. 


1851. 


.William H. 




Mcdonough. 




McMICHABL. 


1858. 


.Anthony A. 


1848. 


.Clark W. 


1878. 


. James. 




McMillan. 




McDOUGAL. 


1859. 


. F. Marion. 


1873. 


. Ezra. 




McMONAGLE. 




MCDOWELL. 


1871. 


.Jo.se, h. 


1849. 


.Andrew E. 




McNAMBK 1 


1843. 


. William M. 


1845. 


.William I. 




MCDUFFIE. 




McNEAL. 


1855. 


.William C, 


1866. 


.William M. 




McFADYEN. 




McNEIL. 


1877. 


.Hector Laughlin. 


1852. 


.James S. 




McFARLAN, . 


1854. 


.William P. 


1845. 


. Ebenezer. 




MCNEILL. 


1859 


.McLean. 


1848. 


. Hector. 




McGEB. 




McNULTY. 


1849. 


.J. Clinton. 


1853. 


. John. 




McGEHEE. 




AIcPHAIL. 


1851. 


.William P. 


1876. 


.Leonard Cassell. 




McGINNIS. 




McRAE. 


1846. 


.Edward S. 


1850. 


.Duncan J. 




McGONEGAL. 


1845. 


. James A, 


1852. 


.Henry G. 


1843 . 


.James F. 




MCGREGOR. 




McSWAIN. 


1847. 


.Edward. 


1851. 


. Hugh A. 


1851. 


.George C. 




McWHORTER, 


1845. 


. John.. 


1845. 


.Alexander, h. 


1860. 


.Malcolm C. 


1846. 


.Alexander B. 


1861. 


.William, 




McWITHEY. 




McGUIRE. 


1843. 


.Amasa A. 


1877. 


. Francis Augustus, 




MACHADO. 


1857. 


. James. 


1872. 


.J. Bonet. 


1854. 


James W. 




MADDOX. 1 


1871. 


. WUliam B. 


1849. 


.Thomas J. 



148 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 





MADIGAN. 




MASSEY. 


1875. 


.Michael Joseph. 


1S46. 


. Joeiah B. 




MADDUX. 


1848. 


. William P. 


1854. 


.Thomas H. 




MASTIN. 


1842. 


.William D. 


1879. 


.Nathan Webster. 




MAFFETT. 




MATHER. 


1848. 


. Robert G. W, 


1862. 


.William H. 




MAGILL. 




MATH EW SON. 


1846. 


.Charles A. 


1861. 


.Arthur. 




MAGRUDER. 




MATHISON. 


1861. 


.John H. 


1848. 


.Robert. 




MAIN. 




MATSON. 


1859. 


.Jeremiah M. 


1864. 


.Nathaniel. 


1858. 


.John H. T., h. 




MATTESON. 




MALLETTE. 


1866. 


.John. 


1877. 


.Medicus Ramsey. 




MATTISON. 




MALONE. 


1866. 


.Horatio N. 


1859. 


.Edward. 




MATTSON. 


18G0. 


.Henry H. 


1848. 


.Morris. 




MALTBIB. 




MAURY. 


1847. 


.William H. 


1858. 


.Richard R. 




MANCHESTER. 




MAUZY. 


1879. 


.Hiram Levi. 


1850. 


. Reuben D. 




MAN LEY. 




MAXSON. 


1844. 


.Richard. 


1871. 


. Sands C. 


1875. 


Thomas Henry. 




MAXWELL. 




MANN. 


1848. 


. George T. 


1852. 


.A. P., h. 


1875. 


. Thomas Meredith. 


1872. 


.J. A. 




MAYER. 




MANNING. 


1877. 


.Emil. 


1869. 


.Virgil C. 


1852. 


.Joseph. 




MAN SON. 




MAYS. 


1853. 


.John C. 


1860. 


. Richard J. 




MAN WARING. 




MEACHEM. 


1857. 


.George A. 


1855. 


.William G. 




MAPES. 




MEAD. 


1863. 


. Smith H. 


1^56. 


.Andrew J. 




MAR ABLE. 


1873. 


.Rush Benjamin. 


1878. 


.Thomas Howard. 




MEAGHRE. 




MARGUERAT. 


1853. 


.Thomas W. 


1860. 


.Eugene. 




MEARS. 




MARKHAM. 


1847. 


.Hannibal H. 


1859. 


.Homer C. 




iSIEEKER. 




MARS. 


1863. 


. John W. 


1844. 


.John AL 




MEIERE. 




MARSH. 


1869. 


.J. Ernest. 


1852. 


. Jo.=eph J. 




MELBOURXE. 


1879. 


.Rolph Denman. 


1842. 


.Thomas W. 




MARSHALL. 




MENAGH. 


1874. 


. Andrew Hubbard. 


1852. 


.JohnV. 


1879. 


.Carey F. 
.0. 




MENEFEE. 


1872. 


1860. 


.William M. 


1849. 


.E. L. 




MENG. 






1845. 


.James S. 




MARTIN. 




MENNINGER. 


1848. 
1858. 


.Edmund H. 
.George VV. 


1863. 


.Henry J. 

MERCER. 


1857. 


.Henry C. 


1879. 


.William Parker. 


1853. 


.HezekiahD. 




MERIWETHER. 


1846. 


.J. Lloyd. 


1856. 


. Charles J. F. 


1877. 


. John Henry. 


1844. 


J. W. 


1874. 


.Kenneth Boyd. 




MEROXEY. 


1858. 


. Rawiey W. 


1875. 


.William Lowndes. 


1847. 


. Robert. 




MERRIAM. 


1874. 


. Thomas Francis, Jr. 


1879. 


.Cyrus Knapp. 




MARTINEZ. 




MERRITT. 


1864. 


.Josef T. 


1868. 


.Ed. F. 


1876. 


. Justo Pa-stor. 




MESLER. 


1867. 


. Rafael Perez. 


1852. 


.Henry T. 




MARYOTT. 




MESSEMER. 


1866. 


..CurtiseE. 


1872. 


.Jean. 




MASON. 




METCALP. 


1856. 


..Charles H. 


1849. 


. James W. 


1879. 


.Daniel Emory. 




METCALFE. 


1879. 


Daniel Gardener. 


1856. 


. Duncan. 



1849. 
1F57 
1853. 

1843. 

1876. 

1875. 

1857. 

1877. 

1861. 

1851. 

1878. 

1849. 

1855. 

1858. 

1862. 

1847. 
1879. 
1877. 
1876. 
1855, 
1855. 
1879. 
1876. 
1877. 
1850. 
1875. 
1873. 
1858, 



1877. 
1854. 

1877. 

1864. 

1862. 

1873. 

1848. 
1844. 

1854. 

1859. 

1856. 

1853, 

1860. 
1854. 
1876. 
1859. 
1867, 
1858. 
1879. 
1868. 

1846. 
1851. 



, Edward A. 
George W. 
Orrick. 

METTAUER. 
Francis J. 

MEYER. 
Theodore Leo. 

MEYESBURG. 
.Adoljjhus George. 

MEYLERT. 
,AsaP. 

MICHAELIS, 
.William Christian. 

MIESSE. 
.C. Franklin. 

MIGHT. 
. James. 

MILBAKK. 
.Robert, 

MILES. 
. Thomas H. 

MILIANO. 
.Girolomo. 

MILLARD. 
. Henry B. 

MILLER. 
.Aaron S. 
.Adam. 

. Charles WiUiam. 
.Clinton Clarence. 
.Franklin Pierce. 
.James A. 
.James E. 
.Joseph Charles. 
. Joseph Harrison Vondy, 
. Maurice Norton. 
. Robert. 
. Samuel Nelson. 
Theodore. 
.William D. 

MILLIKEN. 
.Benjamin H. 
. James Wallace. 
.Da\-id B. 

MILLINGTON. 
.William Fenton. 

MILLS. 
.Augustus T. 
.James H. 

MILNE. 
. Charles. 

MILNER. 
. Franklin A- 
. Thomas, 

MILTON. 
. George B. 

MINER. 
. Orrin E. 

MINICH. 
.James A. 

MINTURN. 
.James B. 

MITCHELL. 
.Benjamin C. 
.Elisha V. 
.John Daniel. 
. John F. J. 
.L. C. 
. Patrick H. 
.Samuel, Jr. 
.SethM. 

MOFFAT. 
Reuben C. 
.Thjmas G. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



149 





mollOng. 




MORTON. 




NASH. 


1878. 


.Peter Auerustus. 


1857. 


.Alfred E. 


1865. 


. Gaius H. 




MOLONEY. 




MOSELEY. 


1845. 


. James M. 


1875. 


.Gerald Ryan. 


1860. 


.Edward J. 




NASIELSKI. 




MONELL. 


If60. 


. William X. 


1872. 


.L. F. De. 


1861. 


.Joseph S. 




MOSELY. 




NATIONS. 




MONROE. 


1868. 


. Luther H. 


1858. 


. Joseph D. 


1858. 


. Alexander J. 




MOSES. 




NAYLOR. 


1872. 


.H. C. 


1863. 


.Montefiore J. 


1879. 


.William Hamilton. 




MONTAGUE. 




MOSER. 




NEAL. 


1868. 


.Alexander. 


1878. 


.George .loseph. 


1858. 


.George L. 




MOODY. 




MOSHER. 




NEELY. 


1866. 


. George P. 


1879. 


.Abram Beekman. 


1865. 


.Charles W. 


1866. 


.James C. 


1878. 


.David. 


1863. 


.James E. 


1858. 


.William S. 


1847. 


.Lewis H. 


1879. 


.Herbert Thomas. 




MOOERS. 




MOSSER. 




NEET. 


1857. 


. John JI. 


1845. 


.David 0. 


1876. 


.John Dudley. 




MOOR. 




MOTLEY. 




NEFF. 


1875. 


. William Lewis. 


1878. 


.John Pleasant. 


1864. 


.Charles W. 




MOORE. 




MOTT. 


18.58. 


.John. 


1848. 


.Alexander D. 


1854. 


. J. A., A. 


1871. 


. John H. 


1859. 


.Albertus A. 


1856 . 


.Lettsom. 




NEGUS. 


1858. 


.Benjamin W. 
.Charles V. 


1846. 


.Valentine. 


1879. 


. Merritt Win. Thornton. 


1845. 




MOUNT. 




NEIL. 


1852. 


. George H. 


1845. 


.Charles T. 


1850. 


.James. 


1844. 


. Jacob. 




MOWBRAY. 




NEILSON. 


1864. 


. James. 


1844. 


. Jarvis R. 


1848. 


.D. Alexander. 


1861. 


.James F. 




MULOT. 




NELSON. 


1866. 


. James M. 


1853. 


.Lewis. 


1862. 


.Alden E. 


1850. 


.John. 




MULLEN. 


1843. 


. Horace. 


1865 


John C. 


1845. 


.Peter A. 


1869. 


.Truman L. 


1848! 


.John D. 




MtLLER. 


1857. 


. William L. 


1852. 


.Lemuel P. 


1876. 


.Fred'k Wni. Herrmann. 




NESBIT. 


1863 . 


.Marshall T. 


1879. 


.Richard William. 


1847. 


.A.M. 


1859. 


.P. Robinson. 




MUNDY. 




NESMITH. 


1858. 


. Robert E. 


1851. 


.Edward C. 


1863. 


.Robert D. 


IIS68. 


.Thomas J. 


1847. 


.Phineas. 




NESTELL. 


1846. 


. William H. 




MUNGER. 


1843. 


.David D. T. 


1850. 


.William H. 


1862. 


.George B. 




NBWBERY. 




MORAGNE. 




MUNN. 


1875. 


.Franklin Robert. 


1848. 


.N. H. 


1868. 


.William H. 




NEWCOMBE. 




MORALES. 




MUNRO. 


1861. 


.Gilbert L. 


1870. 


. Rafael Francisco. 


1876. 


. Theodore. 




NEWKIRK. 




MO tiAN. 




MUNSON. 


1851. 


.A. 


1846. 


. Thomas. 


1863. 


.Lansing P. 


1844. 


. Abraham F. 




MOREMAN. 




MURCHISON. 




NEWMAN. 


1877. 


.Edgar. 


1846. 


.Walter T. 


1861. 


. George W. 




1876. 


.William Headon. 


1843. 


. John B. 


1879. 
1875. 
1868. 
1853. 

1857. 


MORGAN. 
.Horace Wilber. 
.John Clarence, Jr. 
.John Howard. 
.Richard S. 

MORRALL. 
.GeorRe W. 


1857. 
1869. 
I8.08. 
1853. 
1854. 


MURPHY. 
. Cornelius H. 
.Daniel. 
. John H. 
.Lewis S. 
.Zebulon T. 


1878. 

1879. 
1863. 
1849. 

1851. 


.Walter Ashbury. 

NEWTON. 
. Edward Valentine. 
. Homer G. 
.Joel. 

NICHOLAS. 
Charles E. 




MORRILL. 




MURRAY. 




NICHOLS. 


1859. 


.Cyrus D. 


18C0. 


.Charles. 


1843. 


.Aden S. 




MORRIS. 


1854. 


.Morgan M. 


1850. 


.Thomas L. 


1843. 


.Anthony T. 


1873. 


. Robert Alexander. 




NICHOLSON. 


1842. 


.Frederick. 




MURRELL. 


1851. 


.Abraham H. 




MORRISON. 


1861. 


.William J. 


1856. 


. James. 


1859. 


. Washington. 




MUTGHLER. 


1875.' 


. James Loyd. 




MORRISSY. 


1872. 


.T. T. 




NICKERSON. 


1869. 


.William P. 




MYER. 


1847. 


. Clark A. 




MORROGH. 


1845. 


. Jesse. 




NILES. 


1844. 


.Archibald C. 




MYERS. 


1876. 


.John Whitney. 


1847. 


.Clifford. 


1847. 


.Albert. 


1861. 


.Sinclair D. G. 


1874. 


.Peter. 


1871. 


. Joseph. 




NIVISON. 




MORROW. 






1859. 


. Nelson. 


1879. 


.Benjamin Rowland. 




NALL. 




NOLAN. 


1874. 


. P. Albert. 


1845. 


.James M. 


1853. 


. Thomas F. 




MORSE. 




NANKIVELL. 




NORCOM. 


1872. 


.G. R. 


1878. 


. James Roberts. 


1854. 


.Frederic*^ B. 


1844 


John F. 




NARDIN. 




NORDQUIST. 


1849. 


.Verranus. 


1860. 


. Walter H. 


1856. 


.Charles J. 



150 UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 





NORRIS. 




O'MEAGHER. 


1853. 


. John W. 


1876.. 


Henry Selden. 


1857. 


.William. 


1859. 


. I. Randolph, 


1S54.. 


Thomas P. 




O'NEIL. 


1868. 


.R Channins: M. 




NORTH. 


1869. 


.D. Edwin. 




PAINE. 


ISCO.. 


.Abraham C. 


1874. 


.Frrderick Benoit. 


1877. 


.Albert Gei.rge. 
.Horace M. 


1S5S.. 


Robert W. 


Ib57. 


.James C. 


1849. 


1S72.. 


,S. I. 


1846. 


.Michael. 


1875. 


. John Emory. 
.Robeit T. 




NORTHROP. 


1847. 


.Michael. 


1861. 


1861.. 


Delarcov M. 




0-NEILL. 




PALMER. 




NORTON. 


1876. 


.Timothy Haves. 


1876. 


.Albert Head. 


1S74 . 


.Frank Baardsley. 




0-REILLY. 


1866. 


.Alonzo A. 


ia"2. 


.Horace. 


1855. 


.Phi'ip. 


1854. 


.A. J. 


1S58. 


.Jame.« D. 




ORLADY. 


1865. 


.Charles N. 




NOTES. 


1845. 


.Henrv. 


1845. 


.Damon H. 


1842. 


.Helon F. 


1852. 


.Martin. 


1854. 


. George W. 




NUCKOLLS. 




ORME. 


1865. 


.Henry C. 


I8t:9. 


.G. S. 


1854. 


.Francis H. 


1869. 


. James M. 




NUN^NELEE. 


ISfil. 


.Henry S. 


1846. 


.John S. 


1852. 


.William L. 


1845. 


.John. 


1849. 


. Lucius N. 




NUTT. 


1857. 


.Lewis H. 


1847. 


.Miles W. 


1873. 


.Cvrus Newland. 




ORMSBEE. 


1859. 


.William H. 






1865. 


. Clarence. 




PARDEE. 




O'BAN-NON. 




ORMSBY. 


1860. 


. Charles Inslee. 


1850. 


.Joseph D. 


1876. 


. Robert. 


1870. 


.Edward Luther. 




OEER. 




ORTON. 


1875. 


.En.sign Bennett. 


1879. 


.Charle* Frederick. 


1858. 


.JohnG. 




PARDOE. 




OBLENIS. 


1863. 


.William J. 


1868. 


. John W. 


1849. 


.Bernard. 




OSBONN. 




PARK. 




OBRIEN. 


1866. 


.J. deDiosL. 


1857. 


.J. Rockev. 


1858. 


. Jimiuc. 




OSBORNE. 


1857. 


.William H. 


1850. 


.Thon:a5. 


1S79. 


. Charles Herbert. 




PARKE. 




OCALLAGHAX. 


1877. 


.Richard Thomas. 


1879. 


.Thomas Duke. 


1862. 


.Thoma? C. 




OSGOOD. 


1858. 


.William W. 




'CONOR. 


1869. 


.Dauphin W. 




PARKER. 


1869. 


.J. Firz Gerald. 


1844. 


.John W. 


18£0. 


.Daniel S. 




OCHTERLONY. 




OSMENT. 


1856. 


.James, h. 


1861. 


.John A. 


1871. 


.Joseph S. 


1853. 


. James A. 




ODELL. 




O'SHEA. 


1861. 


.John T. 


1877. 


.Franci? Marion, 


1859. 


.Thomas. 


1844. 


.William C. 




OEM LEE. 




OSTROM. 




PARKES, 


1856. 


.Arm-niup. 


1850. 


.Henrv H. 


1847. 


.Ambrose L,. 




O'FERRALL. 




OTIS. 




PARKHILL. 


1W7. 


.Robert M. 


1877. 


. Samuel Dickerson. 


1845. 


.George W. 




.OFFENBACH. 




0-TOOLE. 




PARR. 


1879. 


.Robert. 


1865. 


.Michael C. 


1850. 


. John. 




OGDEN. 




OTTERSON. 




PARRAMORE. 


1855. 


..Edward T. 


1844. 


.Andrew. 


1856. 


.Henry J. 


i8';7. 


.James White. 


1879. 


.Willard C^aik. 




PARRISH. 


1848. 


.John G. 




OULTON. 


1S61. 


.James. 




O'HANLON. 


1876. 


.Franklin. 




PARSONS. 


1864. 


.Charles. 




OUTLAW. 


1849. 


.Henrv L. 


1865. 


.Phihp. 


1844. 


.David G. 


1878. 


.Stovell Cadv. 




O-HARA. 


1848. 


.M. N. B. 




PASCHAL. 


1868. 


..ChariesK. 


1852. 


.WiUiam D. 


1871. 


. George D. 




OLCOTT. 




OVEN. 




PASCHALL. 


1849. 


.Cornelius. 


1877. 


.Thomas P. 


1849. 


.Edwin P. 


1862. 


.Eugene S. 




OUT WATER. 




PATTERSON. 




0-LEARY. 


1879. 


. Samuel. 


1873. 


.Austin H. 


1864. 


. Cornelias. 




OWEN. 


1857. 


.James H. 


1864. 


.Jeremiah. 


1862. 


.Georsre H. 


1849. 


.Robert A. 


1S45 . 


.John. 


18.59. 


.Pascal H. 




PATTISON. 


1861. 


.Richard. 


1857. 


.Urbane G. 


1843. 


.John. 




OLIVER. 


1845. 


.William 


1876. 


. Matthew Moncrieff. 


1851. 


. Abner M. 




OWENS. 


1855. 


.Reuben B. 


1845. 


.Joseph. 


1877. 


.Jay. 




PAUL. 


1842. 


. Noble R. 






1878. 


.Clarence W. 


1857. 


.Sanmel C. 




PACKARD. 




PAULING. 




OLMSTEAD. 


1854. 


.KirkN. 


1842. 


.Henrv H. 


1848. 


.J. Hawley. 


1852. 


. Lyman. 




PAYNE. 


1&43. 


.Joseph. 




PADDOCK. 


1876. 


Alexander Olcott. 




OLYMPIUS. 


1879. 


.Nathan. 


1849. 


. James H. 


1856. 


.John. fi. 


1844. 


.S. Allen. 


1849. 


John J. W. 




OMALLEY. 




PAGE. 


1863. 


.J. Scott. 


1876. 


.Alexander Peter. 


1850. 


. Charles. 




PEACOCK. 


1867, 


, . Peter J. 


1S47. 


.E. A. C. 


1876. 


.Rufus Wilie. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



151 





PEARCE. 


1879 . , 


• Franklin William. 


1871. 


.Thomas J. 


1852.. 


William P. 




PEARSON. 




PIERGY. 


1878. 


. Charles Dewey. 


1874.. 


Ellis Somers. 


1879. 


. Mahlon Leonidas. 




PIERSON. 


1860. 


.Roberto. 


1852. 


.William. 




PEASE. 


1850., 


.William H. 


1876. 


. Joseph. 




PIKE. 




PECK. 


1842. 


.Nathan S. 


1849. 


.AldenS. 


1878. 


.Walter Randall. 


1875. 


.Anthony, Jr. 




PINTO. 


1844. 


.John E. 


1874., 


.Othonicl. 


1862. 


. Solomon H. 




PIRINJIAN. 


1858. 


.Wilbur F. 


1879., 


, Garabed. 




PEER. 




PITNEY. 


1848. 


.George W. 


1860. 


.Jonathan K. 




PEIRCE. 




PITKIN. 


1871. 


. James. 


1879. 


.Leonard Fox. 




PELTON. 




PITTS. 


1851. 


. Lewis F. 


18.50. 


.Arthur M. 




PENCE. 


1877. 


. George Frederick, 


1871. 


.John T. 


• 1877. 


.John William. 




PENDLETON. 




PLACE. 


1869. 


.Eflwar 1. 


1878. 


.Horace Albert. 




PENNINGTON. 




PLAYER. 


1866. 


.William. 


1844. 


.William A. 




PENTZ. 




PLEWS. 


1848. 


Edward H. 


1876. 


.Bradford Franklin. 




PERKINS. 




PLUMB. 


1848. 


.Constantino. 


1873. 


.Charles Sandford. 


1879. 


.EbinMead. 




PLUMMER. 




PER PALL. 


1854. 


.John C. 


1860. 


.Alfred 0. 




POCOCK. 




PERRIN. 


1876. 


. Daniel Edgar 


1873. 


.Albert Mitohell. 




POINTER. 




PERRY. 


1855. 


.Samuel 0. 


1849. 


.Edgerton. 




POLK. 


1845. 


. Edward. 


1858. 


.Charles G. 


1856. 


. Frederick H. 




POLLARD. 


1849. 


.George P. 


1853. 


. Al.se V F. 


1851. 


. Gideon B. 




POLLOCK. 


1846. 


. Thomas W. 


1877. 


.John Alfred. 




PERSONS. 


1847. 


.Joseph F. 


1872. 


.R. C. 


1862. 


.Thomas C. 




PETER. 




POOLE. 


1861. 


.Preston. 


1851. 


.William E. 




PETERS. 




POORE. 


1853. 


.DeWittC. 


1870. 


.AUdn Brainard. 


1870. 


.Washintrton. 




POPE. 




PETERSON. 


1856. 


.Boiling A. 


1870. 


. James Jesse. 


ia5<!. 


.Edward W. 


1869. 


.F. M. 


1855 


. Jo.seph L. 




PETRIE. 


1855 


.William H. 


1879. 


.William Seymour. 


1847. 


.William S. 




PEUGH. 




POPOFF. 


1857. 


.William L. 


1875. 


.Peter John. 




PEYTON. 




PORTER. 


1877. 


.Charles Everett Carter. 


1846. 


. Jesse S. 




PHELAN. 


1842 


J. Madison. 


1876. 


.Arthur Quin. 




PORTWOOD. 


1847. 


. Gregory J. 


1862. 


.John L. 




PHILBRICK. 




POST. 


1876. 


.Harvev Knight. 


1860. 


.George E. 




PHILLIPS. 


1853 


. George W. 


1855. 


.James S. 


1865. 


.William H. B. 


1846. 


. Moses N. 




P03T0N. 


1842. 


. Samuel B 


1849. 


.John. 


1870. 


.William M. 




POTTER. 




PHINNEY. 


1850. 


.Correll D. 


1879. 


.Leman. 


1856. 


. Francis W. 




PICKETT. 


1879. 


.John Francis. 


1879. 


.Frederick Albert. 




POTTS. 




PIERCE. 


1876. 


.Edgar. 


1846, 


, . Cyrus. 




POU. 


1878, 


, . Franklin Duane. 


1871. 


. Samuel H. 



1861. 
1870. 

1847. 

1861. 

1842. 



1846. 
1869. 
1861 

1874. 

1871 . 
1879. 
1844. 
1845. 

1851. 

1861. 
1859. 
1865. 

1859. 
1879. 
1879. 

1877. 
18-14 
1858. 
1860. 

1846. 

1868. 

1863, 

1843. 

1866, 

1844 

1867, 

1862. 

1850. 

1843. 

1859. 

1845. 

1853. 

1878. 
1859. 

1857. 
1860. 

1847. 

1879. 



POWELL. 
.Eugene C. 
.Seneca Daniel. 
POWER. 
.Charles C. 

POWERS. 
. John B. 

POWNALL. 
. Joseph. 

POYNTER. 
.Marcus E. 

PRATT. 
.A. M. 
.E. Baldwin. 
.Thomas T. 

PRAY. 
.Isaiah Franklin, 

PRESTON. 
.Edwin Forrest. 
. George Henry. 
. Henry C. 
.John A. 

PREWITT. 
.Nathan H. 

PRICE. 
.Charles S. W. 
.James E. 
. William H. 

PRIME. 
.A. J., h. 
. Merritt Foster. 
.William Reid. 
PRINCE. 
. Arthur Edward. 
. Gervis. 
. James P. 
.John R. 

PROAL. 
. William H. 

PRUETT. 
. Jacoh H. 

PUCKETT. 
..Samuel H. 

PUGH. 
, . Jesse C. 

PURDY. 
..Andrew. 

PURPLE. 
. . Samuel S. 

PURSELL. 
, . Howard . 

PUSHER. 
, . Harris. 

PUTNAM. 
.Lorin B. 

PYNCHON. 
.Joseph C. 

QUACKENBOS. 
.Edward :^I. 

QUATTLEBUM. 
.Joseph. 

QUIGLEY. 
.Robert. 

QUIMBY. 
.Charles Elihu. 
. Isaac N. 

QUINBY. 
. George A. 
.Still'iian J. 

QUINTARD. 
.Charles T. 

QUIRK. 
. Dennis J oseph, ' 



1^2 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 





R.\DZDsSKY. . 




REED. 




RING. 


1859 


. .Louis D. 


1848 


. . Dwight. 


1867 


..Allan M. 




BAE. 


1849 


..James A. 


1849 


..Tobias S. 


1876 


..Walter. 


1S6U 


..James L. 




RINGLER. 




RAGLAXD. 


1853 


..William H. 


1875 


..Charles Frederick. 


1S60, 


..AlbeirE. 




REESE. 




RIPLEY. 


1854 


. . James. 


1855 


..William I. 


1866 


..John H. 




EAK. 




REEVES. 


1879 


..Rufus. 


185S. 


. . Robert 


1845, 


..Daniel L. 




RISLEY. 




KA^rOOHR. 


1845 


..Gabriel P. 


1846, 


..Stephen G. 


1877. 


.C. A. L. H. von. 




REID. 




RIVERS. 




RAAIIREZ. 


1865. 


. .Alexander P, 


1853 


..Thomas. 


1868, 


..G. P. 


1846. 


. . Columbus. 




RIVES. 




RAMSAY. 


1876. 


.Thomas. 


1861 


..Alexander. 


If 53. 


. Cyrus. 




REILAY. 


1844, 


.Benjamin A. 


1871. 


. Robert Y. 


1846, 


..John P. 


1844, 


. . JohnG. 




KAMSDELL. 




REILEY. 


1877. 


.William Cabell. 


1855. 


.Edwin D. 


1849. 


.Asher. 




ROACH, 


1878. 


.Edwin Benjamin. 




REINFELDER. 


1875, 


.Paul. 




RAilSEUR. 


1869. 


,.1£. J. 




ROBBINS. 


ie43. 


.Alexander. 




REUTER. 


1852. 


. Charles. 


i8eo. 


.David P. 


1860. 


. John N. 


1&59. 


.John V. 




RANDALL. 




RETERE. 




ROBERT. 


1879. 


.Albert Barro'v^s. 


1846. 


.Frederick B. 


1877. 


.J. Cowenhoven. 


1867. 


.F. J. 




REYNOLDS. 




ROBERTS. 


1852. 


. Henry C. 


ia-9. 


.Harlan P. 


1875. 


.Eli Everett. 


l;>46. 


. Samuel. 


1868. 


. Irving Jay. 


1842. 


. James E. 




RAN DEL. 


1663. 


.John D. 


1845. 


.John D. 


1852. 


.William H. 


1852. 


.C. Perrj', 


1857. 


. John L. 




RANDOLPH, 


1851. 


. Stephen J. 


184S. 


.Joseph C. 


1871. 


.Arthur L. 




RHAME. 


1878. 


.Milton Josiah. 


1877. 


.John. 


1851. 


. Obadiah C. 




ROBERTSON. 




RAN-KDf. 




RHOADS. 


1847. 


.David P. 


1879. 


.Epbert G, 


18Ko. 


.Thomas C. 


1868. 


.James L. 


1869. 


. FrancLs H. 




RHODES. 


1861. 


. James M. 


1S77. 


. Robert ilcKeever. 


18.59. 


.Bryax S. 


1877. 


. Thomas Lindsay. 
.Warn-n F. 


1876. 


. William David. 


1850. 


. Robert R. 


1842. 


1871. 
1849. 


RANNEY. 
. Ambro.se L. 
. James W. 


1856. 
1859. 


RIBBLE. 
. George W. 
.William H. 

RICE. 
.Matthew J. 

RICHARD. 
.Charles. 


1861. 
1862. 


. William H. 
.William S. 

ROBERSON. 


1867. 
1874. 


P.ANSOM. 
.A. A. 
Cbarles Herbert. 


1859. 
1676. 


1876. 

1558. 


.Abner Benton. 
ROBESON. 
.Robert R. 


1876. 


. Walter James. 




RICHARDSON. 




ROBINSON. 


1848. 


. Deveraux J. 


1870. 


. Gustavus Adolphns. 


1872. 


.B. 


1848. 


.iledicuP. 


1645. 


.M. Charles. 


1876. 


.Frederick Charles. 




RAPPOLD. 


1854. 


.JohnH. 


1S60. 


.Heman H. 


1861. 


.Julius C. 


1856. 


.John T. 


1861 . 


.John A. 




RASH. 




RICHERSON. 


1849. 


. John Q. 


1866. 


.Richard D. 


1858. 


.Francis B. 


1864. 


. Jo.seph H. 




RATHROXE. 




RICHMOND. 


1873. 


.Manning Nevis. 


1850. 


. Silas H. 


1879. 


.George Barstow, Jr. 


1867. 


.R. H. 




RATE. 


1860. 


.JohnM. 


1857. 


.W. Robert. 


1877. 


.Edward G orge. 




RICHINGS. 


1849. 


.William C. 




P^WLS. 


18e>4. 


Henrv. 




ROCKWELL. 


1844. 


.Benjamin F. 




RICHTER. 


1873. 


.Lyman Eddv. 




RAY. 


1861. 


Henry W. 




RODGERS. 


1848. 


. John D. 




RIClsABY. 


1874. 


.Charles Tweed. 




RAYNOLDS. 


1867. 


.Hamilton. 




ROEHR. 


I8e;4 


.George C. 




RIDDELL. 


1875. 


.Robert Hermann. 




RAYXOR. 


1858. 


.Alexander D. 




RODRIGUEZ. 


1852., 


George C. 


1853. 


. Cieorge. 


1871., 


.Edward F. 




RAZOR. 


1863. 


.Lerov. 




ROGERS. 


1844. 


.Dr.. h. 




RIDLEY, 


1873.. 


Albert Clark, 




READLN'G. 


1847.. 


, James B. 


1849.. 


Amos W. 


1857. 


.Edgar. 




RIEFFEL. 


186S.. 


C. Eugene, 




REDFLELD. 


1867.. 


Oscar A. 


1871 . . 


Ezra M. 


1879., 


James Henry. 




RILEY. 


1863.. 


Frederick. 


1871.. 


P. M. W. 


1878.. 


Frederick Coe. 


1878.. 


Ha^^san Allen. 


1866.. 


Paul S. 


1851 . 


Jackson L. 


1870.. 


Jacob Drake. 




REDWENE. 




RILLIET. 


1875., 


John Caswell. 


1855.. 


Columbus L. 


1856.. 


F., h. 


1849.. 


John H. 




REDWOOD. 




RINEHART. 


1871 . . 


Owen Ossian. 


1855.. 


Robert H. 


1870.. 


Henry H. 


1876.. 


William. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



^53 





ROMAY. 


1866 


P. Sanchez. 




ROOD. 


1877. 


, . Marcena Glezen. 




ROOSA. 


1851 


. .Andrus J, 


1860. 


,.D. B. St. John. 




ROOSEVELT. 


1849 


..Cornelius J. 




ROOT. 


1879. 


.Edward King. 


1859. 


. Henry. 




ROSE. 


1856. 


. Littleberry R. 




ROSEBERGH, 


1853. 


.John. 




ROSENBERGER. 


1865. 


. Georgre. 




ROSENTHAL. 


1878. 


.David. 




ROSS. 


1857. 


.Henry B. 


1858. 


.LacklanM. 


1866. 


. Robert K. 


1858. 


. William W. 




ROSSLTER. 


1849. 


. Charles D. 




ROWAN. 


1848. 


.Benjamin G. 




ROWE. 


1866. 


.Andrew D. 




ROWELL. 


1854. 


.James. 




ROWLAND. 


1862. 


.Marvin C. 




ROY. 


1879. 


.Frank Austin. 




RUFFIN. 


1861. 


.Thomas. 




RUPP. 


1877. 


.Adolph. 




RUSH. 


1876. 


. Charles Wesley. 




RUSH IN. 


1855. 


.James K. 




RUSHMORE. 


1854. 


.Edwin C. 




RUSSELL. 


1874. 


. Adelbert Noyce. 


1844. 


.Ira. 


1851. 


. John T. 


1870. 


. Theodore W. 


1877. 


.W^illiam Henry, Jr. 




RUST. 


1846. 


.William A, 




RY.IN. 


1874. 


.Frank B. 




RYER. 


1845. 


.Washington M, 




SAFFOLD. 


1850. 


.A. Henry. 




ST. CLAIR. 


1863. 


.Arthur K. 




SALCEDO. 


1878. 


. Martin Amador. 




SALLY. 


1855. 


.Nathan W. 




SALMON. 


1866. 


. Charles. 




SALTONSTALL. 


1852. 


.Gilbert D. 


1850. 


Gurdon. 




SAMPLE. 


1871. 


. James F. 



1861, 
1876. 
1868. 

1867. 
1867. 
1866. 
1859. 
1845. 

1868. 
1879. 

1859. 
1856. 
1847. 
1852. 
1843. 
1855. 



SANDERS. 
.Addison H. 
. Edward. 
. John W. 

SANFORD. 
.W. F. 

SANSON Y LEON. 
.Etnileo A. 

SANTOS. 
. G. Benito v 

SARGENT. 
.Samuel. 

SATCHWELL. 
.Solomon S. 

SATTERLEE. 
. F. Le Roy. 
.Marcus De Witt. 
SAUNDERS. 
. Charles W. 
. Dudley D. 
.Henry G. 
. Henry P. 
.Jefferson M. 
. John H. 



SAVAGE. 
l8.53..Mo--e8 T. 
1857.. Robert M. 

SCHENCK. 
1848.. William H. 

SCHERMERHORN. 
1852.. A. Y. 
1854.. William B. 

SCHLOSSER. 
1865..Adolphus. 

SCHLITZ. 
1878.. Francis Augu.stus. 

SCHMETZER. 
1877..Gustav. 

SCHOENEMANN. 
1875.. Charles P. R. 
SCHOLL. 
1856.. Joseph W 

SCHOONMAKER. 
1848.. Simon. 

SCHULER. 
1869.. Max H. 

SCHU REMAN. 
1872.. A. J. 
1871.. Charles A. 

SCHURIG. 
1868.. J. O. T. 

SCOTT. 
1864.. Joseph H. W. 
1877.. Matthew Thompson, Jr. 
1844.. Norman B. 
1844.. Roy B. 
1860.. Thomas L 

SCUDDER. 
1853.. M. H., A. 

SEA.MAN. 
1877.. Louis Livingston. 

SEARCY. 
1867.. James F. 

SEARS. 
1862.. C.Allen. 

SEA WELL. 
1861..FabiusH. 

SECORD. 
1868.. Caleb. 

SEELYE. 
1855.. Samuel D. 

SEGREDA. 
1867. .Fx-anoisco M. 



1861. 

1847. 

1862. 

1845. 

1864. 

1866. 

1850. 

1866. 

1844. 

1847. 

1875. 

1861. 
1879. 
1865 

1858. 

1867. 

1874. 

1842. 

1861. 
1860. 

1849. 

1853 
1856. 

1850. 

1879. 

1849. 

1849. 

1843. 

1852. 
1879. 
1857. 
1851. 

1859. 

1873. 

1860. 

1854. 

1859. 

1852. 
lcS52. 

1878. 

1866. 
1876. 
1867. 



SEGUIN. 
.0. Edouard. 
. James F. 

SEIBERLING. 
.Frederick C. 

SELBY. 
. Jeremiah B. 

SELOVER. 
.William U. 

SES3UMS. 
.John L. H. 

SETTLE. 
.James W. 

SEVAIN. 
.Augu.stus C. 

SEVIER. 
.William R. 

SEWALL. 
. Geor^re W. 

SEWNY. 
.Karekeen Hekimian. 

SEYMOUR. 
.Charles J. 
. Erastns. 
George. 

SHACKELTON. 
Judson G. 

SCHAFFER. 
.Newton M. 

SHAFFER. 
.Edward Livingston. 

SHANKS. 
. John. 

SHARP. 
. Starkey. 
. Thomas H. 

SHARPE. 
.Marcus L. 

SHAW. 
Benjamin B. 
.Joseph G. 

SHEARER. 
.Henry. 

SHEEDER. 
.Philip James Speener. 

SHEETS. 
.Levi D. 

SHEFFER. 
. James M. 

SHEFFEY. 
.Lawrence B. 

SHELDON. 
. Andrew F. 
. Edwin Marvin. 
. Edwin P. 
.De LesD. 

SHELTON. 
. Charles O. 
. Samixel Eugene . 
SHEPARD. 
.Joseph C. 

SHEPHARD. 
.Joseph F. 

SHEPHERD. 
. Leven W. 

SHEPPARD. 
. Henry. 
.John W. 
. Mark. 

SHBPPERD. 
.Fredenck P. 

SHERIDAN. 
.Peter Herbert. 
SHERMAN. 
. George E. 



154 



UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



1870.. Lewis. 
1S67.. Oscar T. 

SHIELDS. 
1859.. William B. 

SHINHOLSER, 
1856.. John W. 

SHIR INT AX. 
l877..Hariituiio Haick. 
S HO WALTER. 
1859.. J. Clarence. 

SHUEY. 
1858.. James W. 

SHU FELT. 
1852.. Philip W. 

SHUTTLEWORTH. 
1867.. J. G. 

SIBLEY. 
1 86 4.. James W. 
1857.. Jonathan C. 
SIKES. 
ia53.. William B. 
185S. . William R. 

SILL. 
1848.. John C. 
1847 . . Joseph. 
1848.. Joseph. 

SILLIilAN. 
lS66..Dwiffht. 

SniMONS. 
1853.. John. 
1858.. Patrick H. 

SIMPSON, 
1845.. David L. 
18(51.. Edward W. 
I860.. George L. 
1878..Irwiu. 
1855.. James. 

SINCLAIR. 
1862.. John G. 

SISTRUXK. 
1858.. John. 

SITZER. 
1876.. Georere Dies. 
^SIZER. 
1871.. Nelson B. 

SKIFF. 
I860.. Georere Y. 

SKILLMAX. 
1878. . Thomas Ausnistus, 

SKINXER. 
1877 . . Aaron. 
1858.. Daniel M. 
1875.. Edgar Charles. 
SLATER. 
1858.. Leonard A. 

SLAUGHTER. 
1878.. Charles. 
1848. . John R. 

SLAWSON. 
1852.. J. Yan Xamee. 

SLOAN. 
1851.. Robert. 

SLOCUM. 
1879.. Samuel Man tor. 

SMALL. 
lS77..WhitmellP-ajrh. 

SMALL E. 
1848.. Thomas B. 

SMALLWOOD. 
1846.. Edward F. 
1864.. Samuel B. 

SMART. 
1S6S. . George W. 

SMITH. 
1859.. Aaron P. 



1856. 


.Abraham. 




SPARKS. 


1853. 


.Abraham H. 


1859. 


.Benjamin W. 


1870 


Alanson Derby. 




SPARROW. 


1861. 


.Allen D. 


1846. 


.William T. 


lJ-65. 


.Amos K. 




SPALDING. 


1876. 


. Charles Rock. 


1875. 


.Frank Wood. 


1860. 


. S. Chester. 


1847. 


.William C. 


18.56. 


.Daniel W. 




SPEAR. 


18.-.9. 


.Daniel W. 


1871. 


M. R. 


18.55. 


. David S. 




SPECK. 


1^71. 


.Edgar L. 


1861. 


.1. Frank. 


1847. 


.J. Edward. 




SPEER. 


1&50. 


. Francis B. 


1856. 


.S. T.. A. 


1873. 


. Francis Bailev. 




SPEIR. 


1875. 


. Frank L. 


1860. 


. Samuel Fleet. 


1865. 


.Franklin. 




SPENCE. 


1847. 


.G^jorge A. 


1850. 


.Byron. 


1862. 


.George C. 




SPENCER. 


185S^. 


.George K. 


1879. 


.Ralph Henry. 


1848. 


. Harvey W. 


1845. 


.William M. 


1876. 


.Henry Howard. 




SPICER. 


1.^61. 


.Henry S. 


1864. 


. Carlton W. 


1S77. 


. Homer Alvin. 




SPICKER. 


1879. 


. Homer L. 


1872. 


.M. 


1861. 


. Horace G. 




SPILLAXE. 


1861. 


.IraE. 


1874. 


.James Patrick. 


1868. 


. James. 




Sl'ITZKA. 


1870. 


. James Walter. 


1873. 


Edward Charles. 


1871. 


.John B. 




StRAGUE. 


1846. 


.Joseph. 


1861. 


.Havilah M. 


1853. 


.J. Keirn. 


1879. 


.John Alphonse. 


18.58. 


.J. Pascal. 


1876. 


. Loyal Tyler. 


1873 


Laurance Sumner. 




SQUIRE. 


1878. 


.Leander Chapman. 


1854. 


.Ralph A. 


1875. 


.Lyman B. 




STAFFORD. 


1869. 


.Nathan. 


1845. 


.John H. 


1852. 


.Reuben A. 




STAGGERS. 


18.59. 


.Richard L. 


1858. 


.Marioii. 


1855. 


.Robert B. 




STAHL. 


184:^. 


. Ruel. 


1869. 


.C.J. 


1879. 


. Samuel Weslev. 




STALLLNGS. 


1846. 


.Seth. 


1860. 


. Junius B. 


18.59. 


. South wood. 




STANBROUGH. 


1866. 


.Thomas C. 


1875. 


.Rufus G. 


1849. 


.Thomas J. 




STANFORD. 


1877. 


.Thomas William. 


1S48. 


. Francis A. 


18.55. 


.Timothy C. 




STANLEY. 


ism. 


.William F. 


1867. 


. Charles W. 


1858. 


.William J. 




STANTON. 


1879. 


. WiUiam Thayer. 


1878. 


.Thales Irving. 




SXELL. 




STARKE. 


1848. 


. Franklin. 


ia53. 


.George C. 


1854. 


.Joseph 0. 


1862. 


STARR, 
.Pierre S. 




SNELLING. 




STATON. 


1859. 


.Frederick G. 


1851. 


.James M. 




SNODGRASS. 


1.^69. 


.L. L. 


1851. 


.William N. 


1845. 


.Robert. 




SNOW. 




STEADSLAN. 


1845. 


.Ralph A. 


1877. 


. John Abraham. 




SNYDER. 




STEDMAN. 


1851. 


.Allen Y. 


1864. 


.Joseph. 


1850. 


.John M. 


1842. 


.William W. 




SOCARRAZ. 




STEELE. 


1859. 


.De Mariano C. 


1846. 


.AldenH. 




SOMERYILLE. , 


1874. 


.Charles Henry. 


1876. 


. James Stuart. 


1848. 


.Henry K. 




SOilMERS. 




STEER. 


1852. 


.Abraham H. 


1876. 


.Justin. 




SOUTHARD. 




STEGALL. 


1857. 


..Smith. 


1857. 


.C. Wilshire. 




SOUTHWORTH. 




STEIN. 


1862, 


. . James W. 


1867. 


..Alexander W. 




SPAXNHAKE. 




STEINERT. 


1867 


..Louis H. 


1855. 


. George. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



155 





STELLE. 




STRIBLING. 


1866. 


.Richard L. 


1875. 


. ClifForrl Morrog-h. 


1855. 


.Milton 0. 


1870. 


.William Gmnville. 




STEPHENS. 




STRICKLAND. 




SYNNOTT. 


1847. 


. Henry B. 


1876?. 


.Franklin Brainard. 


1869. 


. James. 


1H51. 


. Joseph S. 


1866. 


.William D 




SZENDERY. 


1858. 


.Robert M. 




STRONACH. 


1859. 


.Aloysius. 




STEPHENSON. 


1872. 


.J. W. 






1854. 


.James L. 




STRONG. 




TAFT. 


1846. 


.Nathan. 


1846. 


.Landaff. 


1842. 


Gustavus M. 


1857. 


. Samuel H. 


1862. 


.Sylvester E. 


1K61. 


.John S. 




STEPTOE. 


1855. 


.Sylvester S. 


1845. 


.Miircus L. 


1849. 


.John Pi. 




STROTHER, 




TALIAFERRO. 




STERL. 


1861. 


.William A. 


1854. 


.Charles R. 


1866. 


.Alexander. 


1851. 


.William D. 


1852. 


.Valentine H. 




STERLING. 




STROUD. 




TALIAFERO. 


1869. 


.John H. 


1857. 


.Thomas M. 


1868. 


.William. 




STEVEN. 




STROZER. 




TALMAGE. 


1872. 


.J. A 


1858. 


.Lycurgus L. 


1859. 


.John F. 




STEVENS. 




STRYKER. 


1870. 


. Samuel. 


1859. 


.Eavard E. 


1849. 


.Jacob E. 




TALSON. 


1852. 


.Henrv M. 




STUBBS. 


1860. 


, George W. 




STEVES. 


1877. 


.Ro'and Henshall. 




TAMBLIN. 


1857. 


. Isaac. 




STUBENFORD. 


1868. 


.Jerome B. 


1853. 


.James T. 


1879. 


.William. 




TANNER. 




STEWART. 




STUDDIFORD. 


1879. 


.Edward. 


1877. 


.Alviii Daniel. 


1855. 


. James H. 


1845. 


. Isaac. 


1847. 


.Cornuliufi M. 


18(54. 


.Theodore H. 


1860. 


.William H. 


1851 . 


.Jacob H. 




STURGES. 




TAPPAN. 


1855. 


.Peter. 


1868. 


.Abram B. 


1847. 


.JohnC. 


1878. 


.Robert Augustus. 




STURR. 


1876. 


.Revere Cook. 


1846. 


.Thomas. 


1851. 


.Henry J. 




TARVER. 


1847. 


.William. 




SULLIVAN. 


1872. 


.F. E. 


1851. 


.W. D. 


1878. 


.James Francis. 




TASH. 




STIGER. 


1879. 


. Jame.s Joseph. 


1879. 


. Ivory Pease. 


1857. 


.J. Henry. 


1867. 


.J. D. 


• 


TATE. 


1849. 


.John S. 


1868. 


.Timothy. 


1869. 


.J. F. 




STILES. 




SUMMEY. 


1849. 


.Robert N. C. 


1855. 


.Henry R. 


1860. 


.Daniel F. 




TAYLOE. 




STILLMAN. 




SUMNER. 


1849. 


.David T. 


1843. 


.Ecsuell F. 


1862. 


.A. Eugene. 


1859. 


.J. Rhodes. 




STILLSON. 


1871. 


.Truman S. 




TAYLOR. 


1876. 


.AiLstin B. 




SUMPTER. 


1870. 


.Augustus P. 




STIMSON. 


1854. 


.James A. 


18.57. 


.Augustus R. 


1854. 


.James. 




SUTPHEN. 


1870. 


.Blair Dabney. 




STINSON. 


1865. 


. Joseph S 


1848 


.C.J. 


1858. 


Samuel. 


1847. 


.Reuben M. 


18.53. 


.EzekielH. 




STOCKARD. 




SUTTON. 


1875. 


.George P. H. 


1869. 


.Rupert R. 


18.54. 


.John. 


1869. 


.James B. 




STOCKTON. 


1878. 


.John C. 


1868. 


.Kinchon R. 


1856. 


.Elias A. 


18.57. 


.Sydnev D. 


1875. 


.Paul John. 




STODDART. 




SWAN. 


1861. 


.Robert B. 


1849. 


William. 


1870. 


.John Otto. 


1860. 


.Thomas J. 


1873. 


.William, Jr. 




SWANEY. 


1862. 


.William. 




STOLL. 


1851. 


.Andrew J. 


1876. 


.William Howland. 


1851. 


.Oscar P. 




SWEAT. 




TEEL. 




STONE. 


1847. 


.John B. 


1857. 


.James L. 


1861. 


.Andrew J. 




SWEET. 




TEFT. 


1879. 


. Dewey H. 


1866. 


. Amos L. 


1848. 


. Erastus. 


18.58. 


. Jame.s R. 


1859. 


.Joshua J. 




TFJLFAIR. 


1879. 


Jerome Leslie. 




SWETT. 


1845. 


.David A. 


1868. 


.Moses C. 


1854. 


. George J. 




TELLER. 




STOOTHOFP. 


18.58. 


. George W. 


1865. 


.Daniel \V. 


1844. 


. Cornelius W. 


1875. 


KilburnHolt. 




TEMPLE. 




STOUT. 




SWIFT. 


1845. 


.W. B. B. 


1878. 


.Emanuel Jacob. 


1842. 


.Ebenezer. 




TEN EYCK. 




STOWELL. 


1849. 


.Edwin D. 


1848. 


. Peter. 


1862. 


.David P. 


1845. 


.S. Everett. 


1842. 


.Peter T. 




STRAIT. 




SWINDELLS. 




TENISON. 


1858. 


. Gilbert L. 


1846. 


. James H. 


1850. 


.Joseph T. 




STRANGE. 




SWISHER. 




TERRY. 


1849. 


.Orlando S. 


1876. 


.Edwin Sylvester. 


1855. 


.David. 




STRATFORD. 




SYDENHAM. 


18.54. 


.George A. 


1870. 


,. Willi. m. 


1878. 


.Philip T.W. 


1866. 


.Henry P. 




STREW. 




SYKES. 


1854. 


.John W. 


1844. 


,. William W. 


1868. 


Lucian M. 


1860. 


.WnUamF. 



1^6 



UXIVERSITV OF THE CITV OF NEW YORK. 





THAYER. 




TONKIN. 




TWiSS. 


1S14. 


.Emerv. 


1879. 


.Edward. 


1877. 


.Franklin Curtis. 


1853. 


.Hemy. 




TOOMER. 




TWITTY. 




THOMAS. 


1857. 


. Frederick A. 


1S68. 


.Iheodoric B. 


1S06. 


.Alfred G-. 




TOSCANO. 




TWYMAN. 


1S56 


.Henry F. 


1878. 


.Jos6 Ygnacio. 


1851. 


.William C. 


1^56; 
1847. 
IbSfi. 


. Janie^j^ G-. 




TOURTELOTT. 




TYLER. 


'. Jt>hn W. 


1854. 


. Louis A. 


1879. 


.Walter Elbert. 


. Milton H. 




TOWERS. 




TYRRELL. 


1871 


Roscius P. 


1875. 


. Frank Eugene. 


1854. 


.Caius C. 


1S76 


.Edward L. 

THOMASON. 


1878. 


TOWNE. 
. George Dana. 
TOWNES. 


1877. 


TYSON. 
.John Alexander. 


1843. 


.DaN-idH. 


1844. 


.Edward. 








THOMPSON, 




TOWNSEND. 




UNDERHILL. 


1861. 


. Alexander. 


1850. 


..TohnK. 


1851. 


.William H. 

UPSON. 


1-44. 


. Beniaiiiin W. 


18H9. 


.R. P. 


1859. 


18dO. 


.Edward W. 


1869. 


.T. J. 


. Sylvester. 


lt>.-)7. 


.Edwin B. 




TRACY. 


1849. 


URQUHART. 


1&79. 


. Ruff us Allen. Jr. 


1871. 


.J. Horace. 


.W. D. 


1859. 


.James B. 




TRANTHAM. 


1872. 


USHER. 
.J. F. 

UTLEY. 


1S68. 


John. 


1S75. 


.Henrv T. 


1844. 


. Matthew. 




TRASK. 


1849. 




THOMSON. 


1844. 


. James D. 


. Henrv. 

UTTER. 


1855. 


. George F. 


1877. 


.James Dowling. Jr. 


1865. 


1878. 


.Jesse Eugene. 




TRAUT.MAN. 


. Francis A. 




THORN. 


1879 


Alexander. 






1854. 


.Samuel S. 




TRAVER. 




TAIL. 


Ib(i7. 


.Willia.aiR. 


1859. 


.Henrv S. 


1843. 


.Charles C. 




THORNE. 




TREACY. 




VAT.K. 


1864. 


.BU&sS. 


1862. 


.John P. 


1878. 


. Francis. 




THORNTON. 




TREADWELL. 




VAN ALLEN. 


1860. 


. Gustavus B. 


1858. 


.Benjamin F. 


1856. 


. Charles. 




THORP. 




TREJOS. 


1876. 


.Clark Lawrence. 


1871. 


. John W. 


1875. 


.Policarpo. 




VANBRAKLE. 




THRALL. 




TRESCOTT. 


1865. 


.James. 


1844. 


.Homer F., h. 


1856. 


.Jonathan C. 




VAN BUREN. 


1853. 


. Seneca B. 




TRIPPE. 


1&46. 


. Augustus. 




THROOP. 


1844. 


.Alcnz. J. 




VAN BUSKIRK. 


1&17. 


.Benjamin. 




TROUTT. 


1854. 


.William C. 


1862. 


.J. Mutt. 


1872. 


.J. J. 




VANDEGRIFT. 




THURSTON. 




TRUESDELL. 


18T9. 


. George Mun.son. 


1855. 


.A. H. 


1S4S. 


.Jo.,ei)h R. 




VAN DEN BURG. 




TICE. 




TUCKER. 


1879. 


.Mar\'in Wallace. 


1851. 


. Lewis. 


1S6<3. 


.Beverly St. George. 




VANDENHOFF. 




TICHENOR. 


1872. 


.J. E. 


1879. 


.George. Jr. 


1854. 


.H. Haisey. 


1S44. 


. Reuben A. 




VANDERHOFF. 




TILLAi'AUGH. 




TUFFS. 


1872. 


.H. S. 


1851. 


.James M, 


1879. 


.Edward Gilbert. 




VANDERVEER. 




TILL\fAN. 




TUGGLE. 


1857. 


.Charles A. 


lSii2. 


. James A. 


1848. 


.Thomas S. 


1845. 


.Jacob H. 


1854. 


. Jame.s A. 




TULLY. 


1852. 


.John R. 




TILTON. 


1847. 


.Marcus C. 




VANDER WEYDE. 


1879 


.Frank. 




TUN 1 SON. 


1857. 


.P. Henri. 




TIMBERitAN. 


1853. 


.Peter T. 




VANDOREN. 


1861. 


.J. Oscar. 




TURN BULL. 


1842. 


.Abraham T. B. 




TINKER. 


1850. 


.John \V. 




VAN DUYN. 


1854. 


.Mariin A. 




TURNER. 


1865. 


. Stephen W. 




TINKHAM. 


1870. 


.Col ambus Henry. 


1866. 


.William B. 


1859. 


.James H. 


1847. 


.Hector. 




VAN DUZEE. 




TINSLEY. 


1862. 


. G. Kempton. 


1873. 


. Asa Theodore. 


1858. 


.Alexander. 


1861. 


. Thomas. 




VAN GAASBEEK. 




UPTON. 




TURNURE. 


1878. 


.Harvev David 


1S60. 


.Joseph S. 


1878. 


.ililton. 


VAN HOEVENBURG. 




TOAL. 




TUTHITJ,. 


1844. 


. James 0. 


1867. 


.David D. 


1844. 


. Franklin. 




VAN HORNE. 


1877. 


.Henrv Charles. 


Ic49. 


.James W. 


1851. 


.Alfred. 




TOBIEN. 


1853. 


. Oliver N. 




VAN KEUREN. 


1874. 


.Albert Svl ester. 


1875. 


.Theodore Knapp. 


1862. 


.Fort. 




TODD. 




TUTT. 




VAN KLEEK. 


1850. 


. John N. 


1845. 


. George M. 


1863. 


. Richard L. 




TOEPFER. 




TUTTLE. 




VANN. 


1874. 


.Albert. 


1852. 


.Herman B. 


1871. 


.Henry A. 




TOMKINS. 




TWEEDY. 




VAN NORDEN. 


1861. 


.William R. 


1849. 


.John W. 


1859. 


. Thomas L. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 





VAN REYPEN. 




WALKER. 




1862. 


.William K. 


1844. 


.Augustus C. 


1861 




VAN SYCKEL. 


1858. 


.Edmund R. 


1847. 


1849. 


.Sylvester. 


1850. 


.Edwards. 






VAN SYCKLE. 


1879. 


.Edwin. 


1861. 


1878. 


.AlvahCoit. 


1879. 


. James Ruggles. 


1860. 




VAN VLECK. 


1851. 


.John. 




1876. 


.Volkert. 


1844. 


.John A. 


1877. 




VAN VOORHEIS. 


1869. 


.John A. 




1850. 


.Henry. 


1858. 


.Joshua C. 


1845. 




VAN WAGNER. 


1852. 


.William F. 




1857. 


. James E. 




WALKUP. 


1869. 




VAN WATERS. 


1867. 


.H. C. 


1878. 


1879. 


.Charles Cornelius. 


1849. 


.S. Augustine. 






VAN WINKLE, 




WALLACE. 


1849. 


1878. 


. John Wesley. 


1855. 


. David R. 






VAX WYCK. 


1849. 


. Matthew. 


1871. 


1860. 


.SamiiflM. 


1855. 


.William. 






VARIAN. 


1878. 


. William Henry. 


1849. 


1846. 


.William A. 




WALLAXCE. 


1861. 




VARICK. 


1879. 


.Edwin Eueene. 




1846. 


.Theodore R. 




W ALLEN. 


1855. 




VARLEY. 


1848. 


.William. 




1844. 


. Christopher D. 




WALLER. 


1875. 




VARTANYAST. 


1871. 


. Charles F. 


1861. 


1863. 


. Garabed. 




WALSH. 


1844. 




VASSER. 


1850 


Thomas 


1865. 


1851. 


.Edward M. 
VASTBENDER. 


1854. 


.William. 

WALTER. 


1870. 


1848. 


.Daniel F. 

VENAGAS. 


1875. 


.Alphonsus Howard. 


1867. 
1864. 


1870. 


. Wilf rido. 




WALTON. 


1864. 




VINCENT. 


1862. 


.T. Cameron, 


1819. 


1877. 


. Ludirer ( aleste. 


1857. 


.Charles J. 






VOELKER, 


1873. 


.George. 


1879. 


1888. 


.Anthony. 

VOGT. 


1859. 


.Thomas A. 








WAMSLEY. 


1857. 


1849. 


.Frederick W. 


1878. 


.William Edward, 






VOIGT. 




WARD. 


1861. 


1866. 


. Ludwig G. 


1857. 


.Charles A. 


1873. 




VONDERSMITH. 


1878. 


.Hugh. 


1877. 


1852. 


.EliW. 


18-i0 . 


.James H. 


1859. 




VONDY. 


1854. 


.John A, 




1851. 


.Joseph H. 


1865. 


.John. 


1850. 




VON RAMDOHR. 


1865. 


.Owen J. 




1876. 


.C. A. 

VOORHEES. 


1860. 


. Thomas B. 

WARDEN. 


1864. 


1879. 


. George. 


1858. 


.Benjamin F. 


1877. 




VOWLES. 


1851. 


.David S. 


1866. 


1849. 


.Newton F. 




WARE. 


1868. 




VREELAND. 


1857. 


.Edward A. O. 




1876. 


.Isaac Smith. 


1865. 


WARKE. 
.David. 

WARLITZ. 


1860. 
1878. 




WADE. 


1871. 


.Robert L. C. 




1861. 


.Charles H. 




WARNER. 


1845. 


lS(i6. 


.James I). 


1861. 


.John T. 


1859. 


1871. 


. John E. 


1847. 


. Lewis T. 




1850. 


. Joseph L. 


1867. 


.Lucien C. 


1856. 




WADES. 


1877. 


.Millard Fillmore. 




1858. 


. John W. B. 






1846, 




WAGER. 




WARREN. 


1862. 


1850. 


Edward L. 


1845. 


. Daniel E. 


1860. 




WAINWRIGHT. 


lSt.4. 


. Hiram. 


1849. 


1843. 


. Arnold F. 


1856. 


.Levi. 


1846, 




WAITE. 




WARWICK. 


1871. 


1877. 


.Edward Everett. 
WAITZFELDER. 


1859. 


. Bradf ute. 

WASHBURNE. 


1854. 


1873. 


.Edward. 


1851. 


. Stephen D. 


1877. 




WAKEFIELD. 


1845. 


.Thomas D. 




1873. 


.Edward Burton. 
WALES. 


1877. 


.Wickes. 

WATERBURY. 


1879. 


1866. 


.J. W. 


1845. 


.Robert L. 


1845. 




WAT.XFu 




WATERHOUSE. 


1849. 


1842. 


Cornelius. 


1842. 


.William. 


1873. 



WATKINS. 
. . John L . 
..William H. 

WATSON. 
, .Beriah A. 
..Thomas J. 

WATT. 
, . Willi! m Neal. 

WATTLES. 
..George A. 

WATTS. 
.Charles L. 
. . Matthew. 

WAY. 
. Henrv E. 

WEADE. 
.Henry C. 

WEATHERLY. 
.J. S. 
.Thaddeus J. 

WEAVER. 
. James H. 

WEBB. 
. Charles Shepherd. 
.Edwin. 
.JohnH. 
.Joseph P. 
.Lucius D. 

WEBSTER. 
. Jame.s B. 
.James G. 
.Leander R. 
.J. Palmer. 

WECKEL. 
.John Henrv. 

WEED. 
.Highland A. 

WEEKS. 
.Granville M. 
.Henry Martni. 
.Joshua Restord. 
. Wallace F. 

WEISER. 
.Henry K. 

WEISSE. 
.Fanueil D. 

WELCH. 
.Francis Irwin. 
.William J. 
.William P. 

WELD. 
. Octavus. 

WELFLEY. 
.Henry Clay. 

WELLBORN. 
.Abner R. 
.John M. 

WELLMAN. 
.Washington J. 

WELLS. 
.Albert C. 
.Daniel F. 
.Frederick I. 
.Hamilton N. 
• Ira A. 
.John P. 
.Walters. 

WENDELL. 
.Albert Guillermo. 

WERDER. 
.Xavier Oswald. 

WEST, 
.G.,h. 
.Edwin. 
.George Harris. 



i:;8 



UNIVERSITY Of THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



1879 


.Rcdfield Benjamin. 




WHYBORN. 




WILLISON. 


1S5«). 


.Washiii!?t"n A. 


1864. 


.David T. 


1872. 


.H. C. 




WE8TFALL. 




WICKES. 




WILLOGK. 


1849. 


.William H. 


1854. 


. Harvey H. 


1865. 


.Henry T. 




WEdTLAKE. 




WIEST. 




WILSEY. • 


1850. 


. Horace G. 


1854. 


.Samuel G. 


1878. 


. Orville Jay. 


1877. 


.John Alfred. 




WIGGINS. 




WILSHER. 




WESTON. 


1847. 


.Lewis Y. 


1851. 


.Thomas H. 


1872. 


.B. L. 




WIGTON. 




WILSON. 




WETHERELL. 


1850. 


. Jacob S. 


1863. 


.Alfred D. 


1S56. 


, Geort?e F. 




W IIvOFF. 


1867. 


.Benjamin, 




Wirr.MORE. 


1854. 


. James H. 


1876. 


.Charles Henry. 


1848. 


.Alphonzi". 




WILBAR. 


1873. 


.Henry Robert, 




WETTENGEL. 


1852. 


.Johi, Q. 


18.51 . 


.Isaac I. 


186(5. 


.Emil A. 




WILBER. 


1855. 


.John B. 




WEVER. 


1879. 


.Newton Hugh. 


1857. 


.JohnH. 


1844. 


. Lnwrence B. 




WILBUR. 


1850. 


.Joseph H. 




WHARTON. 


1874. 


.John. 


1879. 


.Robert Ingraham. 


1847. 


. Geortre M. 


1847. 


. William H. 


1871. 


.Samu^lM. 


1860. 


.JohnT. 




WILBURN. 


186U . 


.Thomas J. 




WHEELER. 


1859. 


.Henry M. 


1845. 


.Thompson. 


1843. 


.John P. 




WILCOX. 


1852. 


.Will.aln B. 




WHEELUS. 


1871. 


. George A. 


1853. 


.Willi^im E. 


1858. 


. Auj^U.-itlLS. 


1849. 


.George D. 


1857. 


.William H. 




WHELAN. 


1849. 


.Oliver D. 


1877. 


.William Henry. 


185^3. 

1844. 

1850. 

1876. 

1847. 
1876. 
1859. 
1851. 
1858. 
1855. 


.Edu-iu S. 

WHIPPLE. 
.Henry L. 

WHITAKER. 
.Matth-nv. 

WHITCOMB. 
. George Harris. 

WHITE. 
.Aaron C. 

.Benjamin Franklin. 
.Charles B. 
. Edmund P. 
.W. Edward. 
. Francis V. 


1872. 

1870. 

1851. 

1875. 

1.-555. 
1855. 

1879. 
1861. 


WILDER. 
.H. M. 

WILE. 
.William Conrad. 

WILEY. 
.Isaac W. 

WILKERSON. 
. Charles A. 

WILKINSON. 
.Christopher C 
.Jonn B. 

WILLARD. 
.John. 
.Rufus. 


1879. 

1854. 
1855. 

1856. 

1877. 

1859. 

1860. 


WINKELMAN. 
.John Gustavus. 

WINKLER. 
.Joseph A. 
.Shadraek N. 

WINXEMORE. 
. Samuel E. 

WINSHIP. 
.Dugald Cameron. 

WINSLOW. 
.Edward H. 

WINSTON. 
. Peter. 

WINTER. 
.Peter. 

WINTERS. 
.J. E. 
. William Robert. 


1861. 
1655. 


. Franklin J. 
. Isaiah. 


1877. 


WILLEY. 
. George Arthur. 


1863. 


1858. 


. Lewis H., /i. 


1847. 


.Henry C. 


1872. 
1679. 


1846. 


.Luther C, 




WILLIAMS. 


1848. 
1865. 
1858. 


. Peter A. 
.Robert H. 
. Stuart. 


1842. 

1848. 
Ib57. 


.Abner. 
.A. W. 
.Donald. 


1845. 
1845. 


WITHERELL. 
.Edwin C. 


1848 


.Thomas C. 


1879. 


. George Albert. 


WITHERS. 


lb76. 


.William Scott. 


1678. 


. Geo. Clinton Fairchild. 


1879. 


.John Wright. 




WHITEHEAD, 


1«56. 


. Henry. 


1847. 


.Owen B. 


1853. 


.William E. 


1847. 


. Henry E. 


1649. 


.William M. 


1846. 


.William H. 


IbT.i. 


. Herbert Franklin. 




WITHERSPOON. 


lt)76. 


. Willi un Henry, Jr. 


1843. 


.James J. 


1855. 


William 1). 




WHITEHURST. 


1{?55. 


.John B. 


WITTHAUS. 


1843. 


.Daniel W. 

WHITE3ELL. 


ltt6U. 
187U. 


.John S. 
.Mark Henry. 


1875. 


.Rudolf August, Jr. 
WOLCoTT. 


1851. 


.George L. 


Ib63. 


.Oscar D. 


1854. 


.Asa G. 




WHITFORD. 


Ih70. 


. Robert S. 


WOLFF. 


1878. 


.Bvron. 


1843. 


. Saumel H. 


1853. 


.Charles S. 




WHITLOCK. 


1847. 


. Thomas. 


WOLTZ. 


1858. 


.Joseph W. 


1872. 


.W. L.; 


1858. 


.Lewis F. 




WHITNALL. 


1875. 


. William Thomas. 




1864. 


.H. Goudell. 
WHITNEY. 




WILLIAMSON. 


1849. 


WOOD. 
.Archibald. 


1862. 


.Edward J. 


1864. 


.Allan N. 


1878. 


.George W. 


1874. 


.Henry Thomas. 
.Joseph C. 

WHITRIDGE. 


Ib75. 


. George. 


1861. 


.Jarcd G. 


1863. 


1854. 
Ib7ei. 


.Hugh. 

. James Freeman. 


1879. 
1847. 


.Theodore Clement. 
. WUliam. 


1846. 


.J. A. B., A. 


l«7l. 


.Nicholas. 




WOODBURY. 




WHITTAKER. 


Iti74. 


. Oscar Sheffield. 


1873. 


.Charles Edward. 


1842 


John H. 


1851. 


.Thomas W. C. 




WOODCOCK. 




' WHITTEilORE. 


1658. 


. William A. 


1847. 


. Ambro.^e. 


1851 


.Franklin J. 




WILLIS. 


1873. 


.Galen Murray. 




WHITTLESEY. 


1858. 


.Charles B. 


1650. 


.William P. 


1850, 


. .Elias. 


1879, 


, . George Charles, 




WOUDHULL. 


1J346 


..Henry N. 


1647, 


..James M. 


1856. 


.Addison W. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



159 





WOODRING. 




WORTABET. 




YERIIINGTON. 


18T9. 


.Ch.irles Paul. 
WOODRUFF. 


1867. 


. John. 
WORTHINGTON. 


1871. 


.Charles H. 


1844. 


. Franklin. 


1859. 


. Aaron. 




YOUMANS. 


1870. 


.H. L. D. 


1851. 


. Robert. 


1865. 


.W. Jay. 


1860. 


.Richard W. 




WRIGHT. 




YOUNG. 

.Alfred. 




WOODS. 


1876. 


.Augustus Wesley, 


1852 


1859. 


John D. 


ia53. 


.Charles. 


184-2" 


.Charles G. 


1849. 


.Marshall. 


1858. 


.Charles. 


1873. 

1875. 


. Daniel 




WOODWARD. 


1856. 


.A. Empie, 


. Henry Clarence. 
. James A. 


1850. 


. George P. 


1879. 


.Joseph Bidmead. 


1843 


1851. 


.James B. 


1848. 


.Robert S. 


1851. 


.Jotham D. 


1849. 


. Thomas D. 


1865. 


. Theodore G. 


1876 . 


.Rush Floyd. 


18«1. 


WOODWORTH. 
.Eli D. 

WOOLEY. 


1863. 


WYATT. 
. Daniel B. 

WYCHE. 


1874. 


. Seymour Bicknell. 


1868. 


. James V. S. 


1853. 


.Bevil G. 








^ WOOSTER. 


is-^. 


WYMAN. 




ZABRISKIE. 


Ib79. 


.Charles Morris. 


.Benjamin Leon. 


1853. 


. John L. 




W(;OTTON. 




WYNANS. 


1856. 


. Simeon J. 


1850. 


.William H. 


1850. 


. Henry D. 




ZELLHOEFER. 




WORCESTER. 






1873. 


.Charles. 


1851. 


.Edward. 




YALE. 




ZAMORA. 




WORD, 


1879. 


.Charles Henry. 


1879. 


. Julian Rouldo. 


1846. 


.Robert C. 


1869. 


.Joseph C. 








WORRALL. 




YARD. • 




ZAVALA. 


1850. 


. Isaac Gr. 


1862. 


.Thomas S. 


1870. 


. Adolf 0, 




WORSHAM. 




YATES. 




ZIRKLE. 


1S79. 


.Ludson. 


1853. 


.Oliver P. 


1858. 


. Moses S. 



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