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CATALOGUE 



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PREFACE 



This Catalogue has been prepared and is now published under the 
authority of the Board of Trustees. 

From 1834 to the present time the list of names given is believed to 
be complete, the matriculation books of the College and University for 
that period having been preserved. For the time previous to 1834 the 
records and register of students are defective. Parts have been muti- 
lated, some books have been lost, and at times the records were imper- 
fectly kept. The names of the alumni antecedent to 1834 have been 
obtained from the fragmentary record books ; from the recollection of 
surviving alumni ; from contemporaneous history and biography, and 
from family records and well established tradition. Catalogues of the 
Alumni were published in 1849 and 1869 which have of course fur- 
nished much valuable information. 

The list is necessarily incomplete, however, and the alumni and 
other friends of the University are earnestly requested to aid in the 
work of restoring lost names, and in otherwise perfecting as far as pos- 
sible this Record, with reference to a revision at an early day. The 
plan is to give the name of every man that has been a student at the 
Institution — his different places of residence — his occupation or pro- 
fession — the public positions held by him — and, if not living, the date 
of his death. Communications conveying such information may be 
addressed to John L. Campbell, Esq., Treasurer of Washington and 
Lee University, Lexington, Virginia. 

The compilation of this Catalogue has entailed a very large amount 
of labor and research, and a very extensive correspondence. Much of 
this work has been done by John L. Campbell, Esq., Treasurer, and 
Jacob Fuller, Esq., Librarian of the University. Other friends have 
assisted materially in the work. But the whole has been under the 
supervision and direction of the Hon. William McLaughlin of the 
Board of Trustees, and it is but just to say that to the unsparing and 
enthusiastic labors and the untiring energy of this gentleman is due this 
very fUll, accurate and valuable record of the sons of our Alma Mater. 

Committee. 

April, 1888. 



conteT^jts. 



PAGE. 

Preface 3 

Historical Sketch 7 

Invested Funds 29 

Unproductive Endowment 32 

Comparative Statement, 1865-88 33 

Augusta Academy and Liberty Hall 34 

Washington College and Washington and Lee University.... 36 

Corporation 36 

Faculty 40 

Kegister of Alumni 47 

Law School 203 

Alumni of Law School 203 

Roll of Honorary Degrees Conferred 212 

Alumni Association 215 

Local Alumni Associations 215 

Index of Names 220 



'univsksity; 

<V OB' 

HISTORICAL SKETCH. 



The germ of Washington and Lee University was a Mathematical 
and Classical School, called The Augusta Academy, established 
in 1749, by Robert Alexander, and first located two miles 
southwest of the site of Greenville, in Augusta, and near the 
interlacings of the head springs of the Shenandoah on the east- 
ward, and of the James River on the westward. "It was 
the first Classical School in the Valley of Virginia," and was 
continued by an uninterrupted succession of principals and 
assistant instructors, on successive sites, increasing in usefulness 
and influence, until it gradually developed into Washington 
and Lee University. 

Robert Alexander was a Master of Arts of Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin University. He was of the " Scotch-Irish '' immi- 
gration which settled in the Valley of Virginia; he located in 
Augusta County, about 1743. Of his brothers, who came with 
him, Archibald Alexander was the grandfather of the venerated 
and lamented Archibald Alexander, D. D., President of Princeton 
Theological Seminary. In 1746, Robert Alexander was elected 
by the freeholders one of the " twelve most able and discreet men 
to act as the Vestry for Augusta Parish," and at the first meeting 
of the Vestry he was by it elected one of the two church wardens 
for the Parish, and was continued in the office by annual re- 
elections until 17th March, 1760, when he resigned, "because of 
a lingering sickness." His will, dated in 1783, was admitted to 
record by the Augusta Court, Nov. 18th, 1787. 

As Principal of Augusta Academy, Mr. Alexander was suc- 
ceeded by Rev. John Brown, D. D., his pastor, who was called 
to Providence and Timber-Ridge Churches, in 1753. During the 
administration of Mr. Brown, the Academy was successively re- 
moved a few miles westward, first to Old Providence, then to 



8 Catalogue of Alumni. 

New Providence Church, and "shortly before the Revolution^' 
to Mt. Pleasant, near Fairfield, in (now) Rockbridge County, 
where in 1774 Mr. Wm. Graham became his assistant, and in 
1776 succeeded him as Principal. Mr. Brown married in early 
life a daughter of John Preston, of Staunton, ancestor of the dis- 
tinguished families of that name. He died in Kentucky, in 1803, 
leaving there descendants who perpetuated his virtues and by their 
learning and talents promoted the interests of the country in State 
and National councils, on the judicial bench, and at foreign courts. 
Under the auspices of William Graham, — whose history is 
already well known and cherished sacredly by every friend of 
Washington College, — the Academy continued with advancing 
fortunes. Incited by the patriotic spirit of the day, and on the 
first meeting after the battle of Lexington, the Trustees direct 
the record for the 6th of May, 1776, to be entitled "Liberty 
Hall — as this Academy is hereafter to be called instead of the 
Augusta Academy.'^ At that meeting provision was made for 
the purchase of a library and scientific apparatus ; for new and 
enlarged buildings ; — and a " new site " was selected and the dona- 
tion of 80 acres of land therefor accepted, near Old Timber-Ridge 
Church. It was removed to this location in 1777, but was again 
removed, in 1785, to near Lexington, — to where yet stand the 
picturesque stone ruins of Old Liberty Hall, burned in 1802, — 
and was removed finally, in 1803, to its present site within the 
limits of Lexington. 

In October, 1771, the Presbytery of Hanover expressed upon 
its records their sense of "the great expediency of erecting a 
Seminary of learning somewhere within the bounds " of the Val- 
ley of Virginia; and having at subsequent sessions determined 
to carry out the proposition, in October, 1773, formally "agreed 
to fix the Publick Seminary for the liberal education of youth at 
Staunton, in Augusta." But before the session of October, 1774, 
having ascertained that " there is no person to take the manage- 
ment of it in the place first agreed upon — and it is very uncertain 
whether there ever will be," the Presbytery thereupon "judging it 
to be of great and immediate importance, agree to establish and 
to patronize the public school for the present, managed by Mr. 



Catalogue of At.tjmni. 9 

William Graham, under the inspection of the Rev. John Brown, 
and reserve to themselves the liberty at a future session, more 
particularly, to appoint the person by whom it shall be conducted 
and the place where it shall be fixed/' And a committee of the 
body was appointed to ^^ collect subscriptions in the several con- 
gregations for the purpose of obtaining a library and proper 
apparatus." 

In April, 1775, the Presbytery resolved that "as guardians and 
directors they take this opportunity to declare their resolution to 
do their best endeavor to establish (the Seminary,) on the most 
catholic plan that circumstances will permit of; and further, 
" finding that they cannot of themselves forward subscriptions in 
a particular manner, do, for the encouragement of the Academy, 
recommend it to the following gentlemen to take in subscriptions 
in their behalf: viz. 

"The Rev. Mr. Cummings, Col. Wm. Preston and Col. Wm. 
Christian, in Fincastle (County;) Col. Lewis, Col. Fleming and 
Mr. Lockart, in Botetourt ; on South side of James River, Capt. 
John Bowyer, Capt. AYm. McKee, Capt. Audley Paul, Capt. John 
Maxwell and Mr. James Trimble ; in the forks of James River, 
Mr. Saml. Lyle and Capt. Saml. McDowell ; in Timber-Ridge, the 
Rev. Mr. John Brown, Mr. James Wilson and Mr. Charles Camp- 
bell, of Providence ; Mr. William McPheeters, Mr. Wm. Ledger- 
wood and Mr. John Trimble, in the North Mountain and Brown's 
Settlement; Mr. Thomas Stuart, and Mr. Walter Davis, at the 
Tinkling Spring; Mr. Sampson Matthews, of Staunton; Capt. 
George Matthews, Capt. George Moffett and Mr. James Allen, in 
Augusta Congregation ; (Revs.) Mr. Brown, Mr. Irvin and Mr. 
Wallace, are to give the above named gentlemen notice of their 
appointment and to solicit their favour." 

At the session in May, 1776, Mr. Graham reported his purchases 
of books and philosophical apparatus, out of a sum of about £300, 
which had been paid in for this purpose on the subscriptions here- 
tofore made. Also that for erectino; new buildings on the " new 
site" at Timber-Ridge, Mr. Samuel Houston and Capt. Alexander 
Stuart had donated each forty acres of land; and the neighbors 
had agreed to build a hewed log-house, twenty-eight by twenty- 
four feet, one story and a half high, " besides their subscriptions, 
2 



10 Catalogue of Alumni. 

and assuring of the probability that firewood and timber for build- 
ing will be furnished gratis for at least twenty years." The Pres- 
bytery approved the report, and appointed a Board of Trustees for 
the Academy. 

At the close of the war, in 1782, some other appointments were 
made to supply vacancies. From the records this appears to have 
been the last official act of the Presbytery, in connection with the 
Institution. From that time forth the Trustees conducted its 
management, and at the first meeting of the Legislature, in 1782, 
they were incorporated as its sole legal guardians. 

The charter granted in 1782, incorporated, substantially, the 
same Board of twenty persons who had acted as the Board of 
Trustees before and during the Revolutionary war; it conferred 
the legal right to manage the property and to bestow literary 
degrees ; it exempted professors and students from military duty, 
and accorded, in short, all the usual attributes of a College. 
After its endowment by General Washington, special acts were 
passed, bestowing upon the Institution his immortal name; but the 
original charter remained otherwise unaltered. 

As an incident in the history of the College it appears, that 
shortly after the donation was made by Washington, and which 
this Board had been so zealous to secure, the Legislature, from 
what suggestion is unknown, but of its own motion, and without 
the assent of the Board of Trustees, in 1796, passed an act mak- 
ing changes in the personnel of the Board, and giving to the in- 
stitution the name of " The College of Washington in Virginia^ 
" The Trustees appointed by this Act were : The Governor of 
the Commonwealth for the time being, Andrew Moore, James 
McDowell, Andrew Reid, John Caruthers, of Rockbridge ; Archi- 
bald Stuart, Alexander St. Clair, John Coalter, of Augusta ; John 
White, of Bath ; John Stuart, William H. Cavendish, of Green- 
brier ; James Breckinridge, Robert Harvie, Henry Bowyer, Thos. 
Madison, William Willson, James Risque, of Botetourt; Christo- 
pher Clark, of Bedford ; Nicholas Cabell and William Cabell, Jr., 
of Amherst." 

In the jealous sense of principle prevailing at that day, this 
action of the Legislature was indignantly repudiated and resented 



Catalogue of Altjmnt. 11 

by the Board, who adopted a resolution, January 31st, 1797, 
"unanimously declaring it as their opinion that the same is an 
unjustifiable infringement of the rights of this corporation and 
an instance of tyrannical imposition in the Legislature ; and as 
it does not repeal the charter of 1782, therefore it is resolved to 
persevere as they have hitherto done. ***** Because the 
law is not only unjust in its nature, but dangerous in its tendency; 
the same principle if admitted in one case may be extended to 
every such corporation throughout the State; their charter may 
be violated, and their estates, in whatever way acquired, may be 
wantonly sported with, just as caprice or folly may dictate. * * * 
The property of Liberty Hall having been committed to us in 
trust, we consider ourselves responsible for the use of the same and 
culpable if we suffer it tamely to be taken from us." 

The obnoxious act was, accordingly, at the next session repealed. 

The course of study was the same as that pursued at Princeton, 
while Mr. Graham was there as a student. The manuscript lec- 
tures of the President of Princeton were copied and used for a 
text book in the same branches by the students at the Academy. 
Degrees were conferred from time to time as a student completed 
his course. The first formal " commencement " of which the curt 
regords of the Academy make mention, was held on the 14th Sep- 
tember, 1785, when a class of twelve graduates took the degree of 
Bachelor of Arts. 

The Synod of Virginia, at its session in 1791, proposed to 
establish a " Theological Seminary, to be located in Rockbridge, 
with Mr. William Graham as its President.'' The Trustees of 
the Academy thereupon proposed in lieu thereof "a coalition 
between the Academy and the proposed Seminary,'' and after 
negotiations and discussions by the Board, at its sessions August, 
1792, and June, 1793, an arrangement was effected by which 
" Divinity as a branch of Science, taken in connection with the 
Science of Human Nature — should to be taught in Liberty Hall," 
and that a committee of the Presbytery should attend the exami- 
nations ; and, in return, the synod of Virginia should " patronize 
and cherish the Academy." 



12 Catalogue of Alumni. 

Mr. Graham, on the 25th September, 1796, resigned his posi- 
tion, finally, in Liberty Hall : and no farther notice appears on the 
records of the " coalition " or of the chair of Divinity. It proba- 
bly ceased with his resignation. It was not long afterwards that 
the lamented death of Mr. Graham occurred : the institution to 
which he so self-sacrificingly devoted the best years of a life time, 
survives with an ever-renewing strength, and remains an enduring 
monument to his blessed memory. 

It is not an insignificant coincidence in the mutations of human 
aifairs, that William Graham, the pillar and stay of Washington 
College in its early days, had for his classmate and most special 
friend at Princeton, in 1773, Harry Lee, the protege of Washing- 
ton, — its munificent benefactor, — the father of Robert E. Lee, its 
late President, under whom was so auspiciously advanced the work 
so wisely inaugurated by Graham and Washington, and the patriots 
of the past. 

In 1803, the Board proceeded to create a Professorship of Law, 
and elected to the chair Hon. Paul Carrington, Judge of the 
Supreme Court of Virginia. The records of the Board about this 
period are very imperfect ; — it being the date of the destruction 
of the stone buildings by fire. The letter of Judge Carrington, 
accepting the appointment as Law Professor, appears on the records 
of May 1st, 1804. But, subsequently, until 1809, the records are 
mostly missing, and no positive information is afforded farther 
concerning the proposed Professorship of Law. 

The Augusta Academy was long sustained without any perma- 
nent endowment, by tuition fees alone and casual assistance in 
building and temporary supplies. After 1774, and during the 
" patronage " of Hanover Presbytery, it received annual contribu- 
tions from the people, beyond its current support, until it accumu- 
lated a library and philosophical apparatus, — costing in cash some 
£300 — together with buildings and furniture estimated by the 
Trustees, in 1795, at not less than £2,000 in value, and ample 
lands for its purposes. 

The liberality which accumulated this seemingly small sum, 
may be better appreciated when it is considered that it was con- 



Catalogue of Alumni. 13 

tributed out of the scanty funds of a people who had in their own 
generation fled from a relentless persecution which impoverished 
them to the last degree before they left their homes beyond the 
ocean ; — that they were settlers in an uncultivated wilderness, with- 
out facilities for labor or commerce ; — that they and their children 
had for twenty years been engaged in an unceasing warfare around 
their rude homes with ruthless savages; and had just emerged 
from the desolating eight years' war of the revolution — leaving 
them with no money currency of any value, and destitute of the 
comforts of daily life. 

Shortly after the close of the Revolution, the Legislature of 
Virginia, in token of esteem and admiration for the virtues and 
services of Gen. Washington, donated him one hundred shares of 
stock in the old James River Company. But in pursuance of his 
purpose to accept no pecuniary compensation for his public services 
in the war, Gen. Washington consented to receive the donation 
only on condition of being permitted to appropriate it to some 
public purpose "in the upper part of the State," such as "the 
education of the children of the poor, particularly of such as have 
fallen in defence of the country." 

On the 5th of January, 1796, "The Rector informed the Board 
(of Trustees,) that he called them together to consider information 
he had received of the Legislature having resolved there shall be 
a public Seminary in the upper part of this State, and that the 
President of the United States was about to bestow his hundred 
shares in the James River Company to aid in endowing this same." 

The Board thereupon " agreed to address the President in such 
a manner as might give him a true view of the state of this 
Academy, and of the propriety of the donation being conferred 
upon it." The address, prepared by Mr. Graham, was adopted by 
the Board (Vol. I. of Records, p. 144), and includes the following 
facts in the history of the school : 

"From a conviction of the necessity and utility of a public 
Seminary to complete the education of the youth in this upper 
part of the State; as early as the year 1776, a Seminary — before 
conducted in these parts under the form of a Grammar school — 
received the nominal title of an Academy, and money was collected 
to purchase the beginnings of a library and some of the most 
essential parts of a philosophical and mathematical apparatus. 



14 Catalogue of Alumni. 

"The question then was, — where should the Seminary be fixed? 
Staunton was proposed by some to be the proper place, as the most 
ancient and populous town, and nearest the centre of population 
in the upper part of the State as it then stood. But considering 
that a Public Seminary, which was to be of permanent duration 
and general utility, ought not to be affected by local circumstances 
arising from temporary causes ; and viewing the extensive lands 
upon the drains of Holston to the southwest, and of the Kanawha 
to the west, we were of opinion that the time was not very far 
distant when the population upon these lands must equal, if not 
exceed, the population upon the drains of the Potomac to the north- 
east, upon one of which drains Staunton stands. We therefore con- 
sidered the waters of the James River, as forming a kind of natural 
and common centre. We also felt a conviction that the extensive 
and fertile lands upon James River would, at a period not far 
remote, point out the necessity and practicability of rendering its 
streams navigable above the mountains, and we have been happy 
in seeing our expectations realizing every day. 

" We therefore concluded, that some spot in the tract of country 
now known as Rockbridge County would be the proper place. 
We organized the Seminary and set it in motion, hoping that the 
public would one day aid our exertions, and enable us to perfect 
what had been honestly begun. 

" Through the calamities of a long and dangerous war, and the 
deceptions of a paper currency, together with other misfortunes, 
great obstructions were experienced, but being happy in able and 
diligent teachers, we were enabled to preserve the Academy in a 
state of considerable reputation and usefulness until the year 1782, 
when we were aided by an act of incorporation from the Legislature 
of Virginia, which was the first granted after the Revolution. 
*********** 

" If our information of the state of the dispute respecting the 
place, as it existed before the Legislature, be accurate, it went a 
great way to determine the propriety of our original opinion. It 
is said that Fincastle on the one side, and Staunton on the other, 
were the extremes which made any vigorous claims. Fincastle 
is situated thirty-seven miles southwest from Liberty Hall, and 
Staunton thirty-five miles to the northeast. Therefore, Liberty 
Hall is as near the centre as local situation would admit. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 15 

"In 1793, by voluntary contributions and some sacrifices of 
private property, we were enabled to erect and finish plain but 
neat buildings sufficiently capacious to accommodate between forty 
and fifty students, and the business of education is now in full 
train and the Seminary in as high reputation as could be expected 
without funds. Many young gentlemen have finished their edu- 
cation here, who are now serving their country with reputation 
and usefulness in diiferent professional departments, and a num- 
ber are now collected from diiferent parts of the country for the 
same end." 

In September, following, Gen. Washington in a communication 
on the subject to Governor Brooke, says : " After careful inquiries 
to ascertain that place (in the upper country), I have upon the 
fullest consideration of all circumstances destined the hundred 
shares in the James River Company to the use of Liberty Hall 
Academy, in Rockbridge County." 

To the Board of Trustees in response to their letter of thanks, 
he writes : " To promote literature in this rising empire, and to 
encourage the arts, have ever been amongst the warmest wishes 
of my heart; and if the donation which the generosity of the 
Legislature of the Commonwealth has enabled me to bestow 
upon Liberty Plall — now by your politeness called Washington 
Academy — is likely to prove a means to accomplish these ends, it 
will contribute to the gratification of my desires." 

By solemn compact on the part of the Legislature of Virginia, 
in consideration of "retiring" this stock of the "old" James 
River Company, the Treasury of the Commonwealth is to pay to 
Washington College six per cent, interest on the sum of fifty 
thousand dollars, annually forever. 

The " Cincinnati Society," composed of the surviving officers of 
the Revolutionary war, — organized to perpetuate kindly acquaint- 
ance among themselves, and to accumulate a fund for the relief 
of the indigent families of their soldiers, — decided in 1803 to dis- 
solve the association and distribute their funds to some benevolent 
purpose. The Trustees of this Institution thereupon appointed a 
committee to confer with the Society, and the result was that the 
Cincinnati Society, influenced, as they declared, by the example of 
Washington and by a desire to promote his patriotic purpose, ap- 
propriated the residue of their fund to Washington Academy. 



16 Catalogue of Alumni. 

In honour of this endowment, amounting to near $25,000, 
the ** Cincinnati Pkofessorship '^ was created, and an annual 
address by the first scholar of the graduating class is delivered in 
commemoration of the objects of the Cincinnati Society. 

John Robinson, a native of Ireland, a Trustee of the College, 
and a soldier under Washington, filled with love and veneration 
for his virtues and a laudable zeal to further promote the noble 
purpose of the Father of his Country, in 1826 bequeathed to Wash- 
ington College his whole estate. The College has made it available 
as an endowment, for $46,500. In honor of this bequest, the 
^' Robinson Professorship of Chemistry and Geology " was founded. 
Recently the chair has been divided, and " Geology and Biology " 
has been placed on this foundation. 

At the outbreak of the Civil War most of the students were 
organized into a military company, called "The Liberty Hall 
Volunteers,'' and entered the Confederate service in June, 1861, 
under the command of Captain James J. White, one of the Pro- 
fessors of the College. The Company was assigned to the 4th 
Virginia Regiment in the Stonewall Brigade and was successively 
commanded by Captains Henry Ruffner Morrison, Hugh A. White 
and Givens B. Strickler. It participated in all the battles of the 
Army of Northern Virginia, winning distinction on every field 
and sharing in all the glories of that splendid army. 

In June, 1864, General David Hunter, on his campaign in the 
Valley of Virginia, occupied Lexington, and the College that bore 
the name and was hallowed with the memory of Washington did 
not escape the fate of war, but was sacked ; its chemical and phil- 
osophical apparatus destroyed, and its libraries to a great extent 
scattered and ruined. 

At the close of the war the endowment, amounting to about 
$90,000, chiefly in Virginia State Securities, was wholly unpro- 
ductive. The other property of the College was estimated at 
$63,000. The Board of Trustees met on the 21st day of June, 
1865, and, notwithstanding the discouraging circumstances sur- 
rounding them, determined to re-open the Institution. After filling 
some vacancies in their own body and appointing committees to 
report upon the losses sustained by the depredations of the Federal 
Army, and the condition of the finances, they adjourned to meet 
on the 3rd day of August to elect a President. 




At the August meeting General i^Lboif " EfTTee was elected 
President. 

At the same meeting the Board instructed its Finance Com- 
mittee to borrow $7,600 to repair the buildings, procure necessary 
apparatus and books and pay arrearages of salaries. The College 
being without income or credit, the money was borrowed on the 
private credit of members of the Board of Trustees. The necessary 
books and apparatus were provided, and the buildings fitted for 
occupancy at the coming session. 

Hon. John W. Brockenbrough, the Rector of the Board, 
visited General Lee at his temporary residence in Powhatan 
County, and informed him of his election. After carefully con- 
sidering the subject, General Lee accepted in the following letter, 
viz. : 

" Powhatan County, August 24, 1865. 

" Gentlemen : I have delayed for some days replying to your letter 
of the 5th in St., informing me of my election, by the Board of Trustees, 
to the presidency of Washington College, from a desire to give the 
subject due consideration. Fully impressed with the responsibilities of 
the office, I have feared that I should be unable to discharge its duties 
to the satisfaction of the Trustees, or to the benefit of the country. 

" The proper education of youth requires not only great ability, but, 
I fear, more strength than I now possess, for I do not feel able to 
undergo the labor of conducting classes in regular courses of instruc- 
tion ; I could not therefore undertake more than the general adminis- 
tration and supervision of the institution. There is another subject 
which has caused me serious reflection, and is, I think, worthy of the 
consideration of the Board. Being excluded from the terms of amnesty 
in the proclamation of the President of the United States, of the 29th 
of May last, and an object of censure to a portion of the country, I 
have thought it probable that my occupation of the position of presi- 
dent might draw upon the College a feeling of hostility, and I should 
therefore cause injury to an institution which it would be my highest 
desire to advance. I think it the duty of every citizen, in the present 
condition of the country, to do all in his power to aid in the restoration 
of peace and harmony, and in no way to oppose the policy of the State 
or General Government directed to that object. It is particularly 
incumbent on those charged with the instruction of the young to set 
them an example of submission to authority, and I could not consent 
to be the cause of animadversion upon the College. 



18 Catalogue op Alumni. 

" Should you, however, take a diiferent view, and think that my 
services in the position tendered to me by the Board will be advan- 
tageous to the College and country, I will yield to your judgment and 
accept it ; otherwise I must most respectfully decline the office. 

" Begging you to express to the Trustees of the College my heartfelt 
gratitude for the honor conferred upon me, and requesting you to 
accept my cordial thanks for the kind manner in which you have 
communicated their decision, I am, gentlemen, with great respect, 
" Your most obedient servant, 

" R. E. Lee. 
" Messrs. John "W. Brockenbrough, Rector^ 
S. McD. Reid, 
Alfred Leyburn, 
Horatio Thompson, D. D., 
Bolivar Christian, 

T. J. KiRKPATRICK." 

The Board met on the 31st day of August, and in response to 
the suggestions made by General Lee in his letter, adopted the 
following resolutions, viz. {y. Min., pp. 381-2) : 

" 1. That the Board of Trustees accede to the conditions expressed 
by General K. E. Lee, upon which he will accept the Presidency of 
"Washington College, as contained in his letter of the 24th inst. 

" 2. That General Lee's being * excluded from the terms of amnesty 
in the proclamation of the President of the United States of the 29th 
of May last ' will not, in the view of this Board, tend to * draw upon 
the College a feeling of hostility ; ' but, on the other hand, his connec- 
tion with the institution will greatly promote its prosperity and advance 
the general interests of education. 

"3. That this Board heartily concurs in and fully endorses the 
sentiments, so well expressed by General Lee, in his letter of accept- 
ance of the Presidency of Washington College, — that it is ' the duty of 
every citizen, in the present condition of the country, to do all in his power 
to aid in the restoration of peace and harmony, and in no way to oppose 
the policy of the State or General Government directed to that object ' and 
that 'it is particularly incumbent on those charged with the instruction of 
the young to set an example of submission to authority:^ sentiments, that 
cannot fail to commend themselves to the approval of the President of 
the United States and to the unqualified assent of all sensible and 
virtuous citizens. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 19 

" 4. That the Rector be requested forthwith to transmit a copy of 
these resolutions to General R. E. Lee and to solicit him to enter upon 
the duties of the Presidency of the College at his earliest convenience." 

General Lee arrived in Lexington on the 18th of September, 
and he was formally inaugurated and the session opened on the 2d 
day of October, 1865. Students flocked to the institution from all 
sections of the country, and in a few months its halls were crowded 
with ingenuous youth, whose zeal and devotion in search of knowl- 
edge and whose gentility of deportment won the special commen- 
dation of the community and the college authorities. The course 
of instruction was greatly enlarged,^ new professorships added, and 
the College placed in the front rank of Southern institutions of 
learning. 

A handsome Chapel and a residence for the President were 
erected and great improvements made to the buildings, grounds, 
library, apparatus and appliances of instruction. 

The Trustees determined also to press the endowment of the 
College, and agents were sent out to solicit contributions. Rev. 
Samuel D. Stuart visited Baltimore and New York and was 
especially successful in securing contributions, his eflPorts realizing 
about $25,000. Among his contributors was Mr. Warren New- 
comb, of New York City, who, as a patron of education, made the 
liberal donation of $10,000, which has been set apart as a "Library 
Fund " for the care and increase of the library. 

Cyrus H. McCormick, Esq., a Virginian, born and reared in 
the vicinity of Washington College, bestowed the generous gift of 
$10,000, to which he subsequently added |1 0,000; and since his 
death, in 1884, the trustees under his will have added $20,000, 
making $40,000. Upon this foundation the Trustees have estab- 
lished " The McCormick Professorship of Natural Philosophy,'' as 
a memorial of one who contributed so much to the advancement of 
the useful arts. 

Mr. McCormick died on the 13th day of May, 1884. At the 
meeting of the Board of Trustees on the 24tli day of June, 1884, 
the following minute was adopted, viz. : 

" The Trustees of Washington and Lee University place on record 
this memorial of Hon. Cyrus Hall McCormick : 



20 Catalogue of Alumni. 

" This eminent Christian Philanthropist was born of a pious Scotch- 
Irish Ancestry in Rockbridge County, Va., near the village of Midway, 
February 15, 1809. He became a communicant in New Providence 
Church in 1834 and ever continued a consistent professor of the Chris- 
tian Faith. Having served his generation by a life abounding in good 
works, he closed his career, full of years and of honours, and fell asleep 
in Jesus, May 13, 1884. 

"He grew up to adult age on a farm, and notwithstanding the 
limited advantages generally incident to such a position, by the vigor 
of a natural intellect of extraordinary endowment he obtained in a 
good school a sound and thorough education. He also learned the 
lessons of a high moral culture and of industrious habits, constituting 
the basis of integrity and fidelity to duty which marked his memorable 
career. 

" The great invention of the reaper which bears his name was the 
result of successful study and careful experiments, and was put on the 
market in 1839. During forty-five years since, by his eminently judi- 
cious management, this invention has spread incalculable blessings over 
the civilized world. 

" In Mr. McCormick's character as developed in his various rela- 
tions, there have been ever presented true modesty, unflinching moral 
courage, persistent prosecution of purpose, unwearied industry, indomi- 
table energy and unblemished integrity. He furnishes a brilliant 
example for the imitation of young men in every walk of life. 

" Mr. McCormick's success in life was accompanied by a generous 
course in behalf of the interests of collegiate and theological educa- 
tion. In the dark and distressing period of the history of this Insti- 
tution, immediately after the war, he came to its aid with a generous 
donation of $10,000 — since increased to $20,000. He also endowed a 
professorship in Union Theological Seminary by a donation, in 1866, 
of $30,000. Having by his great invention contributed so fully to the 
material prosperity of the Northwestern States, with a wise discrimina- 
tion and enlarged pious purposes, he determined in 1859 to increase 
the ability of a theological seminary theretofore situated in South Hano- 
ver, Indiana, by effecting its removal to Chicago and adding largely to 
its endowments. 

" Having succeeded in this plan he continued his contributions, till 
they have reached at least $200,000. He lived to see the number of 
students reach fifty-nine, — treble the former attendance. By these 
efforts he conferred on that region of the country the highest and 



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most durable benefits. ' He now rests from his labors, and his works 
follow him.' 

" Thankful to a kind Providence for rearing up such a man, this 
Board humbly bows to the ordering of the same wise and holy Provi- 
dence, which has removed him from the number of its members, as 
well as from that of the valued friends of the university." 

Mr. Rathmell Wilson of Philadelphia, desiring to repair the 
damage done the College library, contributed a large number of 
rare, costly and most valuable books belonging to the library of 
his brother, the late Thomas B. Wilson, whose name is conspicu- 
ously associated with the " Academy of Natural Sciences and the 
Entomological Society of Philadelphia." 

At the session of 1865-66, the General Assembly of Virginia, 
in response to a memorial from President Lee, notwithstanding the 
depression of the times and the financial embarrassment of the 
Commonwealth, generously provided for the payment of interest 
on the bonds held by the colleges of the State, and has continued 
this provision to the present time. 

George Peabody of London, the great philanthropist, in Sep- 
tember, 1869, gave to the College a claim on the State of Virginia 
for $146,000 of coupon bonds, lost in the wreck of the steamer 
"Arctic'' in September, 1854. 

His deed is as follows, viz. : 

" I, George Peabody of London, in the Kingdom of Great Britain, 
do hereby assign, give, grant and transfer unto the President and 
Trustees of Washington College, at Lexington, in the State of Vir- 
ginia, of which College General Robert E. Lee is now President, all 
my claim and right, at law or in equity or otherwise, upon and against 
the State of Virginia, or the Treasurer, or other officers of said State, 
for and on account of certain bonds of said State of Virginia, which 
were lost in the Collins steamer 'Arctic' at sea, amounting to $145,000, 
which were pledged to me as collateral security, for a claim which has 
repeatedly been presented to the State of Virginia, the last time being 
about the month of January, 1861, by a Memorial which was at that 
time presented to the Legislature of the State, and which is probably 
on file in the Auditor's Office, or elsewhere in Richmond, to which 
Memorial reference is hereby made for a more particular explanation 
and description of said claim. Also, about $100,000 of overdue coupons 
belonging to the same. And I do hereby assign and set over to said 



22 Catalogue of Alumni. 

President and Trustees all my right and interest in said claim presented 
in said Memorial, and I direct that the proceeds they may obtain there- 
from shall be by them and their successors applied, as they shall think 
proper, for the best interests of said Washington College, and the cause 
of education therein. 

" In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal this 28th 
day of September, A. d. 1869, at the City of New York. 

" George Peabody. [l. s.] 
" Executed in presence of 

Geo. Peabody Russel." 

The Professorship of Latin has been placed on this foun- 
dation. 

In 1872 the General Assembly of Virginia passed an act, with 
liberal provisions as to evidence, allowing suit to be brought 
against the Commonwealth for the adjudication of this claim. 
Suit was accordingly instituted and after a thorough investigation 
and exhaustive examination, first, by a Master in Chancery, and 
then, by the Court, Judge Wellford on the 16th day of December, 
1881, rendered a decree for the whole amount of the claim, viz., 
$145,000, with interest thereon from the 1st day of July, 1854. 
The General Assembly promptly provided for the payment of the 
interest accruing on these bonds, as well as the interest on the other 
securities held by the College and other institutions of learning, 
and has since provided for the payment of the arrearages of in- 
terest in installments, all of which have been paid. After the 
payment of all expenses and costs of litigation, the donation has 
netted the handsome sum of $250,000 — and stands as a lasting 
monument of its generous donor. 

In October, 1870, the College and the whole country were 
called to mourn the death of General Robert E. Lee, under whose 
presidency the College had grown and prospered so much. The 
Board of Trustees met on the 28th of October, 1870, and called 
to the presidency his son, Gen. G. W. Custis Lee, who accepted 
the position and entered upon its duties on the 1st day of February, 
1871. Upon his election the Board adopted the following minute, 
viz. (v. Min., vol. iv., p. 36) : 

" Gen. George Washington Custis Lee having been elected President 
of Washington College, he is hereby cordially and unanimously invited 



Catalogue of Alumni. 23 

to accept this office and is most fully assured by the Board and every 
member of it present at this meeting of their determination to sustain 
him in the proper exercise of his authority and the performance of the 
duties of the office — especially in the prosecution of the work of his 
Honored Father in enlarging and increasing the facilities of education 
provided by this Institution." 

The General Assembly of Virginia in 1871 changed the name 
of the institution to " Washington and Lee University," blending 
the names of the great benefactor who had first placed the insti- 
tution on a solid basis, and the President who had resuscitated it 
after the ravages of war. 

The institution continued to receive contributions from the 
friends of education all over the country. Of these, only the 
larger can be noticed. 

In 1872, William W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington City, 
in addition to many other benefactions to institutions and indi- 
viduals in the State, made a donation of $20,000. He had pre- 
viously given $1,000 to the erection of the President's house and 
had purchased at a cost of $3,500 and presented to the University 
the choice classical library of N. P. Howard, Esq., of Richmond. 
In 1876, he added $5,000 to his contribution. He also gave 
$2,000 to the Lee Memorial Association, whose work was entrusted 
to this University; making his benefactions amount to $31,500. 
As a memorial of this eminent philanthropist, the Board of Trus- 
tees have placed the Professorship of Greek on this foundation, and 
it will hereafter be known as the "Corcoran Professorship of Greek 
Language and Literature." 

The following letter accompanied the donation of the Howard 
library, viz. : 

"Cannes, March 19th, 1872. 
" General G. W. C. Lee. 

" Pres. of the Washington & Lee University , Lexington, Va, 

*' Dear Sir: Only a few days before my departure from Washington 
City, my attention was called to the contemplated sale of the * Howard 
Library.* I had, consequently, no opportunity of a personal inspection 
of it ; but, from the representations of gentlemen whose scholastic 
attainments give weight to their opinions, I became impressed with the 



24 Catalogue of Alumni. 

belief, that it would prove a valuable acquisition to your College. In 
making this collection, the late proprietor, who had acquired unusual 
celebrity as a linguist, spent many years. 

" Having completed the necessary arrangements for the purchase of 
the library, I ask, my dear sir, your acceptance of it. It is presented 
as an evidence of my interest in the success of the Institution, bearing 
now, in addition to its original designation, the name of one endeared 
to me by indubitable proofs of his friendship and by that nobility of 
soul which pre-eminently distinguished him. 

" With assurances of high regard, I remain, 

" Yours truly, 

"W.W.Corcoran." 

Robert H. Bayly, Esq., a prominent citizen of New Orleans, 
died in 1872, and by his will left $70,000 to the University. In 
consequence of bad government, shrinkage in values and other 
causes, the whole of this legacy has not been realized; but $42,600 
has already been received and it is expected that $10,000 more will 
be. Upon this foundation the " Bayly Professorship of General 
and Applied Chemistry" has been established. The following 
is the provision in Mr. Bayly's will, viz. : 

"I give to the Washington Robert E. Lee College at Lexington, 
Va., seventy thousand dollars in cash (say $70,000) to establish a pro- 
fessorship, to be called by my name. The President and Trustees of the 
said College shall designate the most useful one for the Institution. The 
am't say $70,000 shall be kept as a permanent fund, the am't never to 
be made less. The interest on same to be paid in support of said Pro- 
fessorship." (y. Min., vol. iv., p. 526.) 

Mr. Lewis Brooks of Rochester, New York, established a 
Museum of Natural History, and gave other sums, the whole aggre- 
gating $25,000. 

Dr. William N. Mercer of New^ Orleans, La., by his will gave 
one thousand volumes of valuable books and several oil paintings 
of great historical interest. 

To Mrs. M. J. Young and other ladies of Texas the University 
is indebted for a large and costly organ for the chapel. 

In 1876 Colonel Thomas A. Scott, of Philadelphia, gave 
$10,000, and in 1881 added $50,000, making $60,000, upon 



Catalogue of Alumni. 25 

which has been estabh'shed the '^Thomas A. Scott Professorship of 
Applied Mathematics." Colonel Scott died soon after making his 
last donation, and the Board of Trustees in stated meeting, June, 
1881, adopted the following minute, viz. : 

" While fully estimating the character of Colonel Thomas A. Scott, 
this Board feels that its humble tribute to his memory can prove but 
a feeble addition to the numerous excellent testimonials which have 
been given by others. 

" Colonel Scott had not only attained to a most eminent distinction 
in that line of duty to which he was specially called, but his work and 
his fame had become matters of national interest and extent. His 
eminent abilities as the distinguished Executive Officer of a prominent 
railroad corporation were fully equalled, if not exceeded, by his 
cordial and generous interest in the welfare of literary and benevolent 
institutions, as evinced by his munificent donations. 

" It is especially incumbent on this Board to recognize the interest- 
ing fact, that one of his last known contributions was made to this 
Institution. And the Board most fully unites with the wide circle of 
Colonel Scott's friends and admirers in offering this cordial and aflTec- 
tionate testimonial of its high appreciation of one whose name will 
continue to be associated with the future usefulness and prosperity of 
Washington and Lee University." 

Mr. H. H. Houston, of Philadelphia, has given the sura of 
$7,000, the interest on which is applied to the support of the 
" Howard Houston Fellowship." 

Mr. F. O. French, of New York, has established a scholarship 
yielding annually J?300 for the benefit of undergraduates. 

" Newcomb Hall,'^ furnishing ample accommodations for the 
library and art gallery and for the reading room and President's 
and Treasurer's offices, has been erected by Mrs. Josephine 
Louise Newcomb of New York, as a tribute of aiFection and 
honor to the memory of her husband, the late Warren Newcomb, 
Esq., who had made the donation heretofore mentioned. 

In April, 1883, Col. J. H. Mapleson gave to the University 
$3,800, the proceeds of a splendid concert in New York. This 
sum has been invested and the interest re-invested until the prin- 
cipal has reached $5,000. Upon this it is the purpose of the 
Trustees to establish the Mapleson Scholarship for undergraduates. 
3 



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In 18<S4, Vincent L. Bradford, LL. D., D. C. L., a distin- 
guished citizen of Philadelphia, gave by his will to the University 
his law library, containing more than 1000 volumes, his splendid 
collection of paintings, and one-half of his large estate, after the pay- 
ment of certain annuities — all subject to a power of appointment 
conferred on his widow. The expressed purpose of the gift is the 
endowment of a chair of " Civil Law and Equity Jurisprudence'' to 
be called by the name of the donor ; and, if the fund prove suffi- 
cient, the endowment of the "Bradford Chair of Constitutional and 
International Law." And the will requires that the law library 
and paintings shall be kept up by the University by the appropria- 
tion annually of the sums of §400 and $500 respectively. 

From this bequest it is expected that more than $100,000 will 
ultimately be added to the endowment of the University. 

For several years previous to his death. Dr. Bradford contrib- 
uted annually $100 to the law library. This contribution has been 
continued since his death by his widow, Mrs. Juliet S. Bradford. 

The Board of Trustees on the 16th day of June, 1885, adopted 
the following minute on the death of Dr. Bradford, viz. : 

" The Board places on record the following Memorial of the Hon. 
Vincent L. Bradford — a generous benefactor, both personally and by 
will, of this Institution — whose death occurred, August 7, 1884, in th« 
seventy-sixth year of his age. 

"Mr. Bradford was an eminent lawyer and a Christian philan- 
thropist. He was distinguished for the activity and fertility of his 
mind, illustrated in essays and discussions by speeches in many depart- 
ments of knowledge, literary, moral, philosophical, financial, legal and 
practical. 

" He was a man of great benevolence of disposition. Besides his 
many pecuniary contributions to objects of beneficence, he was the 
author, during his residence in Michigan, of the Act abolishing Impris- 
onment for Debt. 

" He died at a ripe age in the hopes and joys of an humble disciple 
of the Saviour. 

" To his widow, who after a marriage of over fifty years survives 
him, the Board tenders their assurance of sincere regard and tender 
sympathy, invoking for her the sustaining hand of Him who is ' the 
husband of the widow and father of the fatherless." 



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In September, 1887, Mrs. Evetjna H. Birely, of Baltimore, 
died leaving a will in which is the following bequest, viz. : 

" I give and bequeath to Washington and Lee University, a cor- 
poration of the State of Virginia, the sum of $5,000, to be held and 
invested by the said corporation in trust, and the interest arising there- 
from to be appropriated to one scholarship in said University, to be 
known as ' The Luther Seevers Birely Scholarship,' in memorial of my 
deceased son, Luther Seevers Birely, formerly a student of the Univer- 
sity, to be confined to such meritorious young men, residents of the 
States of Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland, as the Trustees of the 
University may from time to time select or appoint, preference to be 
given to young men residents of Frederick County, State of Virginia, 
and Frederick County, State of Maryland." 

So soon as the legacy shall be realized, the Board of Trustees 
will establish a scholarship in accordance with the terms of the 
will. 

For some of these contributions and many others of smaller 
amount, the University is indebted to Gen. Robert D. Lilley, who 
for twenty years devoted himself with unremitting zeal and enthu- 
siasm to its interests. He was stricken with paralysis, in the 
midst of his usefulness, while in attendance upon the Synod of 
Virginia in Richmond, and died on the 12th day of November, 
1886. 

In June, 1873, the recumbent statue of General Lee, by Valen- 
tine, constructed through the agency of the '^ Lee Memorial Asso- 
ciation," was inaugurated with imposing ceremonies, and turned 
over to the University by the Association upon trust to be perpetu- 
ally cared for and preserved. 

The different investments of the University are kept separate 
and ear-marked. A list of these is appended, which will be read 
with interest by the friends of the University. 

In the years succeeding the great financial panic of 1873, the 
patronage of the University fell off largely, and a debt contracted 
for necessary improvements pressed heavily on the institution. 
But the authorities were able, by economy and the liberal use of 
their credit, to tide over the depressing period until some of their 
funds became productive and prosperity returned. The debt has 



28 Catalogue of Alumni. 

been reduced to less than $12,000, and will be paid off in the next 
three years from the income of the University. A handsome dwell- 
ing has been erected for the Professor of Modern Languages and 
English, and liberal provision made for annual additions to the 
library and apparatus. 

The authorities congratulate the Alumni, patrons and friends of 
the University upon its prosperity and prospects. They especially 
invite attention to the great progress made in all the solid elements 
of success in the last twenty years, as shown in this sketch. And 
it is their purpose to continue to press the advantages they have 
secured and to show that their policy is one of conservative 

PROGRESS. 



INVESTED FUNDS 

April 1st, 1888. 



1. General Washington Donation : 

Virginia State Securities $ 50,000 00 

2. Cincinnati Donation: 

Virginia State Securities $ 20,681 23 

C. C. & A. R. R. Bonds 4,500 00 

25,181 23 

3. John Robinson Bequest: 

Virginia State Securities 18,077 00 

Real Estate Mortgages 28,500 00 

46,577 00 

4. M. G. Harm AN Donation : 

Virginia State Securities 1,000 00 

5. Cyrus H. McCormick Fund : 

Real Estate Mortgages 35,000 00 

Lexington Man'f'g Co. Bonds... 5,000 00 

40,000 00 

6. George Peabody Donation : 

Virginia State Securities 145,000 00 

Georgia Pacific R. R. Bonds 6,000 00 

Roanoke City Bonds 5,000 00 

New River Coke Co. Bonds 10,000 00 

Rockbridge Co. Bonds 2,500 00 

W. N. C. R. R. Bonds 5,000 00 

C. F. & Y. V. R. R. Bonds 20,000 00 

J. T. & K. W. R. R. Bonds 18,000 00 

Columbia & Greenville R. R. 

Bonds 13,000 00 

Real Estate Mortgages 25,500 00 

250,000 00 

Amount carried forward $412,758 23 

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Amount brought forward $412,758 23 

•7. Robert H. Bayly Bequest: 

Ya. Mid. R. R. Bonds $ 24,000 00 

Town of Lexington, Ya., Bonds, 1 2,000 00 

Rockbridge Co. Bonds 6,600 00 

42,600 00 

8. Thomas A. Scott Donation : 

Texas & Pacific R. R. Bonds.... 60,000 00 

9. Houston Fellowship Fund : 

C. C. & A. R. R. Bonds 7,000 00 

10. W. W. Corcoran Donation : 

Alexandria City Bonds 20,000 00 

Memphis City Bonds 5,000 00 

25,000 00 

11. Mapleson Donation: 

Roclibridge Co. Bonds 3,000 00 

Raleigh Water Works Bonds.... 2,000 00 

5,000 00 

1 2. Warren Newcomb Donation : 

Rockbridge Co. Bonds 10,000 00 

13. Aid Fund : 

C. C. & A. R. R. Bonds 5,000 00 

Greensboro, N. C, Bonds 500 00 

5,500 00 

14. Henry Young Fund : 

Rockbridge Co. Bonds 1,500 00 

15. Santini Fund: 

Rockbridge Co. Bonds 1,000 00 

16. Taylor Fund: 

Rockbridge Co. Bonds 1,000 00 

17. F. O. French Scholarship Fund : 

Subscription 5,000 00 

18. Miscellaneous Investments : 

Town of Lexington Bonds 900 00 

Greensboro, N. C, Bonds 1,000 00 

Rockbridge Co. Bonds 1,800 00 

Carried forward $ 3,700 00 

Amount carried forward $576,358 23 



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Amount brought forward $576,358 23 

Miscellaneous Investments : 

Brought forward $ 3,700 00 

Char. Col. & Aug. E. R., 1st M. 

Bonds 500 00 

J. T. & K. W. R. R. Bonds 1,000 00 

Memphis Tax Dist. Bonds 800 00 

Texas Pacific R. R. Bonds 7,200 00 

Real Estate Mortgages 7,450 00 

Private Bonds 3,485 86 

24,135 86 

Total Invested Funds $600,494 09 



RECAPITULATION OF FUNDS, APRIL i, i888. 

1. General Washington Donation $ 50,000 00 

2. Cincinnati Donation 25,181 23 

3. John Robinson Bequest 46,577 00 

4. M. G. Harman Donation 1,000 00 

5. C. H. McCormick Fund 40,000 00 

6. George Peabody Donation 250,000 00 

7. R. H. Bayly Bequest 42,600 00 

8. Thomas A. Scott Donation 60,000 00 

9. Howard Houston Fellowship Fund 7,000 00 

10. W. W. Corcoran Donation 25,000 00 

11. Mapleson Donation 5,000 00 

12. Warren Newcomb Donation 10,000 00 

13. Aid Fund 5,500 00 

14. Henry Young Fund 1,500 00 

15. Santini Fund 1,000 00 

16. Taylor Fund 1,000 00 

17. F. O. French Scholarship Fund 5,000 00 

18. Miscellaneous Fund 24,135 86 

Total $600,494 09 



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RECAPITULATION OF INVESTMENTS, APRIL i, 1888. 

1. Yirgiuia State Securities p34,758 23 

2. Real Estate Mortgages 96,450 00 

3. Private Bonds 3,485 86 

4. Town of Lexington Bonds 12,900 00 

5. Rockbridge County Bonds 27,400 00 

6. Va. Midland R. R. Bonds 24,000 00 

7. Texas and Pacific R. R. Bonds 67,200 00 

8. Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R. Bonds. 17,000 00 

9. Alexandria City Bonds 20,000 00 

10. Memphis City and Tax Dist. Bonds 5,800 00 

11. Georgia Pacific R. R. Bonds..... 6,000 00 

12. Roanoke City Bonds 5,000 00 

13. New River Coke Co. Bonds 10,000 00 

14. Western North Carolina R. R. Bonds 5,000 00 

1 5. Columbia and Greenville R. R. Bonds 1 3,000 00 

16. Cape Fear and Yadkin Val. R. R. Bonds 20,000 00 

17. Jacksonville, Tampa and K. W. R. R. Bonds... 19,000 00 

18. Lexington Manufacturing Co. Bonds 5,000 00 

19. F. O. French (Subscription) 5,000 00 

20. Raleigh Water Works Bonds 2,000 00 

21. Greensboro, N. C, Bonds 1,500 00 

Total Investments $600,494 09 



UNPRODUCTIVE ENDOWMENT, APRIL i, 1888. 

Texas Lands $ 5,000 00 

Bayly Bequest (Balance likely to be realized) 10,000 00 

Bradford Bequest (explained supra^ vide p. 26) 100,000 00 

Mrs. Evelina H. Birely's Bequest 5,000 00 

Total $120,000 00 



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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF ENDOWMENT, 

PROPERTY AND RESOURCES, JULY i, 1865, 

AND APRIL I, 1888. 

July 1, 1865, Endowment $ 90,000 00 

Property in Grounds, Buildings, Li- 
brary, &c 63,000 00 

Total $153,000 00 

April 1, 1888, Endowment (Productive) $600,494 09 

" (Unproductive) 120,000 00 

Property in Ground, Buildings, Li- 
brary, Apparatus, &c 235,000 00 



955,494 09 
Less debt 11,300 00 

944,194 09 
Deduct Endowment, &c., July 1,1865, 153,000 00 

Increase since July 1, 1865 $791,194 09 



AUGUSTA ACADEMY AND 
LIBERTY HALL. 



Rectoes and Assistants. 



Previous to Charter of 1782. 

ENTERED VACATED 

OFFICE. OKFICK. 

1749 Robert Ai^exander, A. M 1762 

1752 John Buchanan, Assistant 1760 

1760 J. Edmijndson, M. D 1770 

1762 John Brown, I>. D 1776 

1770 Ebenezer Smith 1774 

1774 Rev. Robert Archibald 1775 

1774 WILLIA3I Graham, A. M 1782 

1776 John Montgomery, A. B 1782 



Trustees. 

Previous to Charter of 1782. 

1776 John Brown, D. D 1782 

" James Waddei.1., D, I> 

" Rev. Charles Cummings 

" " William Irvin 

^* " ^31. Graham, (JEx o^cio. Re-appointecl 1782)... 

" ......Thomas Lewis 

" Gen. Andrew Lewis 

" Col. William Christian, {JRe-appointed 1782).... 

" Col. William Fleming 

" Thomas Stuart 

" Samuel Lyle, {Ee-appointed 1782) 

" John Grattan 

" Col. William Preston 

" Sampson Matthews 

" Col. John Bowyer, {Ee-appointed 1782) 

" Ma J. Samuel McDowell, {Ee-appointed 1782)... 

" William McPheeters 

" Capt. Alexander Stuart 

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Catalogue of Alumni. 35 

ENTERED VACATED 

OFFICE. OFFICE. 

1776 Capt. William McKee, {Re-appointed 1782) 1782 

" John Houston, {Re-appointed 1784) ** 

" Charles Campbell, {Re-appointed 1784) " 

" Capt. George Moffatt, {Re-appointed 1782) " 

" William Ward. " 

" John Lewis " 

1782 Caleb Wallace, {Re-appointed 1782) " 

" Edward Crawford, {Re-appointed 1791) " 

" Samuel Doak " 

" Archibald Scott, {Re-aj^ointed 1782) " 

" John Montgomery, {Re-appointed 1782) " 

" James McConnell " 

" Benjamin Erwin " 

" Rev. William Wilson, {Re-appointed 1782) " 

" Gen. Andrew Moore, {Re-appointed 1782) " 

" John W/i-lso^, {Re-appaiated 1782) " 

" John ItYT,!^ ^ {Re-appointed 17 S4) " 

" Tames Trotter " 

" Archibald Stuart, {Re-ajypointed 1782) " 

" Joseph Walker, {Re-appointed 1782) " 

" William Alexander, {Re-appointed 1782) " 

Secretaries to Board of Trustees. 
Previous to Charter of 1782. 

1776 William McKee 1777 

1777 Col. Samuel McDowell 1777 

1777 James Lyle, Jr 1782 

Treasurer. 

1777 Samuel Lyle 1782 



WASHINGTON (!OLLEGE AND 
WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY, 

Under the Charter of 1782. 



CORPORATION. 

Rectors of the Board of Trustees. 

KNTEBED VACATED 

OFFICE. OFFICE. 

1782 WitMAM Graham, A. M 1796 

1797 Samuel L. Campbei.1., M. D 1799 

1799 George A. Baxter, D. D 1829 

1830 Louis Marshall, M. D 1834 

1834 Henry Vethake, M. I>., LL.. D 1836 

1836 Henry Ruffner, D. D., L.L. D 1848 

1848 George Junkin, D. D 1861 

1865 Hon. John W. Brockenbrough, LL. D 1872 

1872 Alfred Leyburn, M. D 1878 

1879 Hon. Francis T. Anderson 1887 

( Vacancy) 



Trustees. 

APPOINTED. 

1782 Col. Arthur Campbell 

....Col. William Christian 1784 

....Gen. Andrew Moore 1826 

....William Alexander 1797 

....Joseph Walker 1815 

....Alexander Campbell 1807 

....John Wilson 

....John Trimble 1784 

....Col. Samuel McDowell 1784 

....Maj. John Hays 1809 

....Gen. John Bowyer 1784 

....Col. George Moffatt 1784 

....Col. William McKee 

....James McCorkle 1784 

....Samuel Liyle 

....Hon. Archibald Stuart 1796 



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Catalogue of Alumni. 37 

VACATKD 
APPOINTED. OFVICK. 

1782 Cai,eb Wallace... 1784 

" Rev. John Montgomery 1784 

" Kev. Wii^mAM W11.SON 1807 

1784 Kev. Archibai^d Scott 1799 

" Col. Chari.es CAMPBEi^ii 1807 

" John Houston 

" JA3IES Kamsey 1807 

" John L-yi^e 

" ......Thomas Edgar 

" Kev. Samuei. Carrick 1791 

1791 James Mitchell 1807 

" Drury IjACY, D. D 

" Moses Hoge, D. D 

" Nathaniel LeGrand 

" Kev. Edward Crawford.. 1795 

" Kev. Samuel Houston 1826 

1793 James Turner 

" Kev. John Poage Campbell, M. D 1795 

" Zechariah Johnston 1800 

1794 Samuel L,, Campbell, M. I> 1812 

1796 Col. James McDowell 1835 

" Kev. Benjamin Grigsby 1807 

" William L.yle 1835 

" Andrew Alexander 1844 

" Kev. Samuel Brown 1819 

1797 Gen. Samuel Blackburn 1830 

1798 Hon. John Coalter 1830 

1807 Hon. Archibald Stuart .1819 

" Gen. John Brown 1817 

" Edward Graham 1841 

" James J. Mayers 1819 

" William McPheeters, D. D 1812 

1812 John Moore '. 1815 

'* KoBERT White 1852 

" Henry McClung 1830 

" Maj. John Alexander 1854 

1815 Kev. Andrew B. Davidson 1857 

" William McCue, M. D 1819 

" Col. Henry Bowyer 1830 

" Hon. William Taylor 1846 

1819 John Kobinson 1826 

" Kev. Andrew Herron, D. D 1832 

" Col. Samuel McD. Keid 1869 

1820 Hon. Allen Taylor 1836 

" Kev. James Morrison 1865 

1826 Hon. James McDowell, LL,. D 1852 

Thomas Massie, M. D 1842 

1830 Kev. John D. Ewing 1856 



38 Catalogue of Alumni. 

VACATED 

APPOINTED. OFFICE. 

1880 George A. Baxter, D. D 1832 

" Gen. Edward Watts 1835 

" Reuben Grigsby 1843 

" Hon. Sidney S. Baxter 1856 

1832 John Howe Peyton 1846 

Francis McFarland, I>. D 1836 

1835 KoBERT R. Barton, M. D 1858 

" John F. Caruthers 1840 

" Coi.. Alexander T. Barci^ay 1848 

1836 Joseph Steele 1865 

" Charles Li. Francisco 1844 

1841 Alfred Leyburn, M. D 1878 

Horatio Thompson, 1>. I> 1882 

1842 Benjamin M. Smith, D. D 

1843 Francis McFarland, D. I> 1865 

1843 Hugh Barclay 1870 

1845 Capt. David E. Moore 1875 

" John T. Anderson 1853 

1846 Charles L. Mosby 1852 

1849 William S. White, I>. D 1852 

1852 Hon. John W. Brockenbrough, IAj, T> 1872 

" Rev. Samuel Rutherford Houston 1865 

" Rev. Nicholas Chevalier 1857 

1853 Hon. Francis T. Anderson 1887 

" William Brown, D. D 

1854 Maj. Robert Grattan 1856 

1856 Maj. William M. Tate 

" James Foote J«hn»on 1869 

1857 .Thomas V. Moore, I>. D 1859 

" Rev. Beverly T. Lacy 1858 

1858 Col. Bolivar Christian 

" James D. Davidson 1883 

" John McD. Alexander 1885 

1860 Maj. Thomas J. Kirkpatrick 

1865 Hon. William McLaughlin 

" Col. William T. Poague 1885 

" William A. Glasgow, Esq 

" Rev. William Henry Ruffner, LL. D 1876 

1869 Hon. Cyrus H. McCormick 1884 

" Gen. John Echols 

1870 Judge James K. Edmondson 

1873 Col. William Allan, LL. D 

1875 William W. Corcoran, Esq 1888 

1884 Cyrus H. McCormick, Esq 1885 

1885 William A. Anderson, Esq 

" Alexander T. Barclay, Esq 

1886 H. H. Houston, Esq 

{Two Vacancies) 



Catalogue of Alumni. 39 

Associate Trustees. 

VACATED 
APPOINTED. OFFICE. 

1876 Ernest B. Kruttschnitt, Esq 1877 

" Hon. J. Harvey McLeary 1887 

" George B. Peters, Esq 1878 

1877 Lucius Desha, Esq 1883 

1878 Hon. Kobert F. Dennis 

1883 Hon. Clifton K. Breckinridge 

1887 Henry St. George Tucker, Esq 



Secretaries of the Board. 

1782 James Lyle, Jr 1792 

1792 Samuei. Houston 1811 

1811 Edward Graham 1841 

1841 Andrew Alexander 1844 

1844 CoE. Samuee McD. Beid 1853 

1853 Alfred Leyburn, M. D 1865 

1865 CoE. James K. Edmondson 1870 

1870 Jacob Fuller 



Treasurers. 

1782 Samuel Lyle 1783 

1783 William Alexander 1796 

1796 Samuel "L. Campbell, M. D 1803 

1803 William Wilson 1840 

1840 William G. White 1852 

X852 John H. Myers 1857 

1857 William AVhite 1865 

1865 Col. James K. Edmondson 1868 

1868 E. C. Gordon 1869 

1869 James M. L.eech 1870 

1870 William 1>old 1875 

1875 Walter Bowie 1877 

1877 John L. Campbell, Jr 



Proctors. 

1837 Jacob M. Ruff 1847 

1867 E. C. Gordon 1869 

1869 Walter Bowie 1877 

1877 John K. Anderson 1887 



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FACULTY. 

Presidents. 

ENTERED VACATED 

OFFICE. OFFICE. 

1782 Rev. W11.1.IAM Graham, A. M 1796 

1796 Samiiei. Li. Campbei^l, M. T> 1799 

1799 George A. Baxter, D. I> 1829 

1830 L.OUIS Marshali., M. I> 1834 

1834 Henry Yethake, L.L. I> 1836 

1836 Henry Ruffner, D. D., LL. D 1848 

1848 George Junkin, I>. I> 1861 

1865 Gen. Robert K. Lee 1870 

1871 Gen. G. W. Custis Lee, LL. I>.. 



Professors of Languages and Mathematics. 

1782 James Priestly 1784 

1784 Archibald Roane 

1795 Conrad Speece 1798 

1799 Rev. George A. Baxter 1802 

1802 Daniel Blain 1814 

1803 Joseph D. Logan 1806 

1803 William L. Turner 1804 

1806 Jahab Graham 

1812 Hyacinth Crusolle (French) 1813 



Professors of Languages. 

1816 Andrew Herron 1818 

1819 Henry Ruffner 1830 

1830 Louis Marshall, M. D 1834 

1835 Henry Ruffner 1837 

1837 George E. Dabney, A. M 1846 



Professors of Latin and Modern Languages. 

1846 George E. Dabney 1851 

1851 George W. White {ad interim) 1852 

1852 Junius M. Fishburn 1858 

1855 Thomas L. Preston {ad interim) 1856 



Catalogue of Alumni. 41 



Professor of Latin — {George Peabody Foundation). 

ENTERED VACATED 

OFFICE. OFFICE. 

1858 Carter J. Harris 



Professors of Modern Languages. 

1857 E. AI.BERT LuDWiG 1860 

1866 Kdward 8. Joynes, A. M 1875 



Professor of English, Modern Languages and 
Modern History. 



1876 James A. Harrison, Litt. D., LL. D. 



Professors of Greek. 

1846 Rev. Philo Cai^houn 1852 

1852 James J. White, A. M. ( W. W. Corcoran Found' 7i). 



Professors of Moral Philosophy. 

1782 Key. Wm. Graham, A. M , 1796 

1799 George A. Baxter, D. I> 1829 

1830 Louis Marshall, M. D 1834 

1834 Henry Vethake, LL. D 1836 

1836 Henry JRuffner, D. D 1848 

1848 George Junkin, D. D 1860 



Professors of Moral Philosophy and Belles-Lettres. 

1866 J. L. KiRKPATRiCK, B. D 1885 

1884 Col. J. T. L. Preston, LL.. D. (Bell.-Lett., ad int.).. 1885 

1885 John P. Strider, M. A., D. D 1886 

1886 J. B. Taylor, D. D. (Btkics, ad interim) 1886 

1886 H. A. White, M. A. (Logic and Bell.-Lett., ad int.).. 1886 

1886 James A. Quarles, ©. D 

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42 Catalogue of Alumni. 



Professors of Mathematics. 

KTERED VACATEI 

3FFICE. OFFICE. 

1818 Edward Graham 1829 

1830 Henry Kuffner 1835 

1835 Henry Vethake, LL.. I> 1836 

1836 Rev. Philo Cai^houn... 1846 

1846 Col,. Ben. S. Eweli. {Cincinnati Foundation) 1849 

1849 Maj. I>. H. Hill " " 1853 

1854 Alex. L. Nelson, A. M. " " 



Professors of Natural Science. 

1830 liANDON C. Garland {Bobinsm Foundatim) 1832 

1832 Joseph W. Farnum " " 1837 

1837 Key. G. £>. Armstrong " " 1851 



Professor op Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology. 
1851 John L. Campbell, IjIj. I>. (i2o6inson FoMwrfation).. 1886 

Professor of Applied Chemistry. 
1870 N. P. Pratt, M. I> 1874 

Professor of General and Applied Chemistry. 
1886 William G. Brown, B. S. {Bayly Foundation) 

Professor of Geology and Biology. 
1888 H.D. Campbell, M. A., Ph.D. {Robinsm Found' n). 

Professors of Natural Philosophy. 

1866 Col. R. S. McCulloh, A. M. {McCormiek Found' n). 1878 

1878 Harry Estill, A. M « " 1880 

1880 SidneyT.Moreland,C.E.,M.A. " " 



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^/x y^- OP" THE 

VSRSI 

Professors of Applied MATH^^a^^iFOsv^i^ 

ENTERED ^*"^ 

OFFICE. OFFICE. 

1866 Coi.. IViLiLiAM Allan, M. A 1873 

1873 Gen. G.'W. C. Lee (Act'g Prof., Tho». A. Scott Found'n). 

Professor of History a:n'd Exgltsh Literature. 

1867 Col. Wm. Preston Johnston, A. M 1874 

Professors of Law. 

1865 Hon. John W. Brockenbrough, L.L<. D 1873 

1870 Hon. J. Kandolph Tucker, liLi. I> 1875 

1875 Charles A. Graves, M. A., B. Lt 

Lecturers ox Law. 

1875 Col. Wm. Preston Johnston, LLi. D 1880 

History and Science of Law. 
1875 Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, LIj. D 

Constitutional Law. 
1875 Hon. Francis T. Anderson 1880 

Common Carriers. 
1875 Hon. William McIjAughlin 1882 

Practice and Pleading. 
1875 Col. Bolivar Christian 1882- 

Parliamentary Law. 
1875 Hon. Hugh W. Sheffey, LLi. D 

Wills and Probate Practice. 

Adjunct Professors. 

1825 John Paris Hudson, A. B 1828 

1870 Milton W. Humphreys, M. A., Ph. D 1875 

Ancient Languages. 
1874 Charles A. Graves, M. A., B. L 1875 

Law. 
1874 Charles B. Percy, B. S., C. E 1879 

Applied Mathematics. 
1885 David C. Humphreys, C. E 

Applied Mathematics. 



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Assistant Professors and Instructors. 

ENTERED VACATED 

OFKTCE. OFFICE, 

O. W. Seabrooke 

Keuben a. McNutt 

James H.Paxton, A. B 

Languages. 

1835 A1.1.EN I>. Metcalfe 1836 

1836 WiLtiAM P. Hickman, A. B 1836 

1836 Jacob Fuli^eb, A. B 1841 

1847 T. Newton Wilson 1848 

Mathematics. 

1848 Alexander Li. Nelson 1849 

Mathem«Llics. 

1849 William A. Campbell 1850 

Mathematics. 
1852 John M. Guy 1855 

Mathematics. 
1855 B. W. MoSELY 1856 

Mathematics. 

1855 Jno. LiTiNGSTON Massie 1857 

Mathematics. 

1856 Alexander S. Pendleton, A. B 1858 

Mathematics and Latin. 

1857 Hugh A. White •. 1858 

Mathematics and Latin. 

1858 George L. Lieyburn 1859 

Mathematics. 

1858 Mathew Hale Houston 1859 

Mathematics. 

1859 Henry L.. Hoover 1860 

Muthemxitics. 

1859 Frank C. Wilson 1860 

Mathematics. 

1860 James S. Mackey 1861 

Mathematics. 
1860 J. William Reily 1861 

Mathematics. 
1865 Harry Kstill, A. M 1868 

Mathemxitics. 

1865 C. P. Grady, A. M 1867 

Latin. 

1866 Frank Preston, A. M 1869 

Greek. 

1865 Bodes Massie, A. M 1869 

Modern Languages. 

1866 E. A. MooRK 1867 

Latin, 



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Catalogue of Alumni. 45 

ENTERED VACATED 

OFFICE. OFFICE. 

1866 M. W. Humphreys 1870 

Latin and Greek. 

1867 Ko. S. Thompson 1868 

English. * 
1867 Charles S. Dod 1868 

Latin and Modem Languages. 
1867 Capt. GIVE.NS B. Strickeer 1868 

Latin. 
1867 Maj. KiCHARD M. Venabee.... 1868 

Mathematics. 
1867 Ko. L(. Brockenbrough 1868 

Modern L-dnguages. 
1867 John H. Moore 1868 

Mathematics. 

1867 Duncan C. L.yee 1868 

3Iathematics. 

1868 J. B. Waeker 1869 

Chemistry. 
1868 WiEEis B. Smith, A. B 1869 

Mathematics. 
1868 GiEBERT B. Gibson 1869 

Mathematics. 
1868 J. Harvey McIiEARY, A. B 1869 

English. 

1868 WiEEiAM W. Carson, C. E 1869 

Engineering. 

1869 KoBERT C. Morrison, A. B 1870 

Modern Languages. 
1869 Charees a. Graves, M. A 1874 

English and Modern Lawjuages and Law. 
1869 Duncan C. Lyee, M. A 1870 

Mathematics. 
1869 Edmund Berkeeey, C. E., M. E 1870 

Applied Mathematics and Chemistry. 
1869 Rev. J. J. LiAfeerty 1870 

Stenography. 

1869 C. M. Koones 1870 

Penmanship and Book-keeping. 

1870 B. H. Waddeee, M. A 1873 

31athematics. 
1870 Charees B. Percy, B. S., C. E 1871 

Applied Mathematics and Chemistry. 
1870 Lucius Desha, M. A 1872 

Ancient Languages. 
1870 E. B. Kruttschnitt, M. A 1873 

Modern Languages and History. 
1870 Frank A. Waddiee, M. A 1872 

Mathematics, 



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ENTERED VACATED 

OFFICE. OFFICE. 

1870 J. liEWis liOGAN, A. B 1871 

Latin. 
1870 Marcus Ammen 1872 

Business School. » 

1870 Marion Mathews 1871 

Commercial Arithmetic. 

1871 W11.1.IAM 31. DuNLAP, B. S., C. E 1873 

Applied Mathematics and Chemistry. 

1872 WiLtiAM Edmonds, M. A 1873 

Latin. 

1872 Wii.mAM I>. Vinson, M. A 1873 

Greek. 

1873 Thomas J. Kernan, M. A 1874 

Mathematics and Modern Languages. 

1873 Harvey B. Fergusson, M. A 1874 

Greek and Modern Languages. 

1874 William H. Tayloe, M. A 1878 

Histoinjy English, Modern Languages^ Greek. 

1874 W. W. H. Harris, M. A...'. 1876 

Englifh, Greek, Mathematics. 

1875 Charles A. Deshon, M. A 1876 

Acting Professor, French. 

1876 James H. Dillard, M. A 1877 

Mathemxitics. 

1877 H. L.EE Sellers, M. A 1879 

Latin, Greek. 

1877 David C. Humphreys 1878 

Mathematics. 

1878 James T. Akers 1879 

Modern History. 

1879 Wm. Spenser "Currell, M. a 1882 

English, Modem Languages and Modern History. 
1882 James T. Akers, M. A 1884 

English, Modern Langu^iges and Modern History. 
1882 Harry D. Campbell, M. A 1886 

Chemistry and, Geology. 
1882 Eugene K. Carichoff 1885 

Mathematics and English. 
1884 Henry A.White, M. A 1887 

English, Modern Languages and Modern History. 
1884 Wllliam H. Saunders 1887 

Elocution. 

1887 George A. Wauchope, M. A 

English, Modern Languages and Modern Llistory. 

1888 Edward L. Barber 

ElocuHon. 



REGISTER OF ALUMNI. 



(All known to be dead are designated by an asterisk.) 

Explanation.— To show the plan of the work, take No. 1 (of the Catalogue), *Gen. Samuel 
Blackburn. His record shows that he came to the Institution from Augusta Co., Va,— that he 
served as a soldier of the Revolution— that he removed to Tennessee, thence to Georgia- that he 
was a Teacher and a Lawyer— that he served in the Georgia Legislature— that he returned to 
Virginia and served in the Virginia Legislature— that he was the Author of the famous Anti- 
Duelling Law— that he was distinguished as an Orator and Advocate— that he died at the age of 
77, in Baih Co., Va., on the second of March, 1835. 

In the light of this explanation, the record of other alumni can be readily made out. 

1749-1782 (Previous to Charter, 1782). 

1. *Gen. Samuei. BI.ACKBURN, A. B., Augusta Co.: Soldier of the 
Revolution: Tennessee: Georgia: Teacher: Lawyer: Member Georgia Legisla- 
ture : Member Virginia Legislature : Author Anti-Duelling Law : Distinguished 
Orator and Advocate: died in Bath Co., Va., March 2, 1835, aged 77. 

2. *Ai.EXANDER Breckenbidge, Botetourt Co. : Captain in the Con- 
tinental Army : Jefferson Co., Ky. : Member of Kentucky Convention, 1787. 

3. *Ge]V. James Breckenribge, Botetourt Co.: Farmer: Lawyer: 
Commonwealth's Attorney: Member Virginia Legislature: Member of U. S. 
Congress, 1809-1817: Died 1837. 

4. ^JoHN Breckenridge, Botetourt Co.: Lawyer: Member Virginia 
Legislature : Kentucky : Member and Speaker Kentucky House of Representa- 
tives: Author Kentucky Resolutions, 1799: U.S. Senate, 1801-05: Attorney 
General under Jefferson : Distinguished as Lawyer, Orator and Statesman : Died 
1806. 

5. "^Gen. Kobert Breckenridge, Botetourt Co. : Lieutenant in the 
Continental Army : Member of Virginia Legislature : Member Virginia Conven- 
tion, 1788 : Kentucky : Speaker House of Representatives of Kentucky. 

6. *Gen. John Botvyer, Augusta Co.: Rockbridge Co: Farmer: Mem- 
ber Virginia Legislature: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1782-84: Died 1805. 

7. ■'^James Bro'WN, Rockbridge Co.: Kentucky: Lawyer: Secretary of 
State of Kentucky: Louisiana: U. S. Senator, 1812-17, 1819-24: Minister to 
France, 1824-31 : Died 1836. 

8. *JoHN Brotvn, Rockbridge Co. : Soldier of the Revolution under Lafay- 
ette: Lawyer: Member Virginia Legislature: Kentucky: Member Continental 
Congress, 1787-88: U. S. Senator, 1792-1805: Died, August 28, 1837, aged 80. 

9. *Samuei. Brown, Rockbridge Co. : Kentucky : Physician : Medical 
Professor Transylvania University. 

10. *Preston W. Brown, Rockbridge Co. : Kentucky: Died 1826. 

47 



48 Catalogue of Alumni. 

11. ^WiLi.iAM Brown, Rockbridge Co.: South Carolina: Physician. 

12. ^Arthur Campbei.1., Augusta Co.: Washington Co. : Soldier of the 
Revolution : Member Virginia Legislature : Member Virginia Convention, 1788 : 
Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1782-92. 

13. ■^Gen. WlL.l.lAM Campbei.1., Augusta Co.: Washington Co.: Briga- 
dier-General Continental Army, commanding at King's Mountain: Died, 1781, 
in Hanover Co., Va., in command of Continental forces. 

14. *David Campbell,, Wasliington Co.: Lawyer: Tennessee: Judge 
U. S. Court: Judge Supreme Court of Tennessee; Died 1813. 

15. ^Samuel, Carrick, A. B., Adams Co., Penn.: Presbyterian Min- 
ister: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1784-91: Tennessee: President Blount 
College: Died 1808. 

16. *Kdward Crawford, Rockbridge Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1791-95: Tennessee. 

17. *Samuel Doak, a. B., O. I>., Augusta Co.: Professor Hampden 
Sidney College: Tennessee: President Washington College, Tenn. : Member 
Franklin Convention: Died 1830, aged 82. 

18. *KoBERT Edmiston, Washington Co.: Lieutenant Continental Army 
at King's Mountain : Tennessee: Died 1816. 

19. ^Thomas J. Fleming, Botetourt Co. : Woodford Co., Ky. : Farmer : 
Died 1847. 

20. *CoL. KoBERT Gamble, Augusta Co. : Captain Continental Army, 
participating in many battles of the Revolution: Richmond, Va. : Merchant: 
Died April 12, 1810. 

21. *Samuel Greenlee, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer: Died 1824. 

22. *JoHN Hays, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Major in Continental Army, 
participating in numerous battles of the Revolution, including the Capture of 
Burgoyne at Saratoga: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1782-1807: Died 1808. 

23. *MoSES HoGE, A. B., I>. D., Frederick Co.: Soldier of the Revo- 
lution: Teacher of Classical School: Presbyterian Minister: Trustee Washington 
College, 1791-1807: President Hampden Sidney College, 1807-1820: Distin- 
guished Preacher and Author : Died July 5, 1820. 

24. * James Houston, Rockbridge Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Kentucky. 

25. ^Samuel Houston, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Soldier of the Revo- 
lution: Presbyterian Minister: Washington Co., Tenn. : Member Franklin Con- 
vention : Rockbridge Co. : Pastor Falling Spring and High Bridge Churches : 
Teacher of Classical School: Trustee Washington College, 1791-1826: Died 
1839. 

26. ^Zechariah Johnston, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Member Virginia 
Legislature: Member Virginia Convention, 1788: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 
1793-1800: Rockbridge Co. : Died 1800. 

27. *CoL. George Matthews, Augusta Co.: Merchant: Captain at 
Point Pleasant: Lieutenant-Colonel Continental Army: Georgia: Member U. S. 
Congress: Governor of Georgia : Died September 20, 1812. 

28. ^Sampson Matthews, Augusta Co.: Merchant: Soldier of the Revo- 
lution : Member of Virginia Senate, 1778 : Trustee, Liberty Hall Academy, 1776- 
1782. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 49 

29. *Coi.. George MoffaTT, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Captain in the 
Revolution and in the Indian Wars: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1776- 
1784: Died 1811, aged 76. 

30. * James Mitchell,, Bedford Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Teacher: 
Principal New London Academy : Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1791-1807 : 
Died February 27, 1841, aged 94. 

31. *JoHN Montgomery, A. B., Augusta Co.: Tutor Liberty Hall 
Academy: Presbyterian Minister: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy. 

32. *Gen. Andrew Moore, Rockbridge Co. : Lieutenant Virginia Forces 
at Point Pleasant : Captain Continental Army : Lawyer: Member Virginia Leg- 
islature : Member Virginia Convention, 1788: Member U. S. Congress, 1788-97, 
1803-4 : U. S. Senator, 1804-9 : U. S. Marshall for the District of Virginia : Trus- 
tee Washington College, 1782-1821 : Died 1821. 

33. ^WlLlLlAM McClung, a. B., Rockbridge Co.: Kentucky: Member 
Virginia Legislature: Member Kentucky House of Representatives: Member 
Kentucky Senate: Judge of the Circuit Court: Died 1815. 

34. ^Andrew McClure, A. B., Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Kentucky : Died 1793. 

35. *JoHN McCuE, Nelson Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Pastor Lewisburg, 
Union and Tinkling Spring Churches: Principal Classical School: Died 1818. 

36. *Wli.i:.lAM McDowE!.!., Rockbridge Co.: Bowling Green, Kentucky : 
Lawyer: U. S. District Judge for Kentucky. 

37. *CoiL,. WllLtlAM McKee, Rockbridge Co.: Soldier at Braddock's 
Defeat: Captain at Point Pleasant: Member Virginia Convention 1788 : Member 
Virginia Legislature: High Sheriff of Rockbridge Co.: Trustee Liberty Hall 
Academy, 1782-96: Garrard Co., Ky.: Died October 12, 1816, aged 82. 

38. ^Samuel, N^EWEI.!., Washington Co. : Officer at King's Mountain : Law- 
yer: Tennessee: Member Tennessee Legislature : Member Franklin Convention: 
Pulaski Co., Ky. : Montgomery Co., Ind.: Died September 21, 1841, aged 87. 

39. *CoL,. W11.I.IAM Preston, Augusta Co.: Montgomery Co.: Farmer: 
Member House of Burgesses : Colonel in the Indian Wars and in the Revolution : 
Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1776-1782: Died 1783. 

40. * James Priestily, A. B., LiLi. I>., Rockbridge Co.: Tutor Liberty 
Hall Academy : Principal of Classical Schools, in Bardstown, Ky., Georgetown, 
D. C, Annapolis and Baltimore, Md. : President Cumberland University, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. : Distinguished for his learning. 

41. *Ad AM Rankin, A. B., Pennsylvania: Presbyterian Minister: Ken- 
tucky: Teacher Classical School: Died, November, 1827. 

42. "^ARCHlBAliD Scott, Pennsylvania : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor 
Bethel Church, Augusta Co. : Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 178^1799 : Died, 
March 4, 1799. 

43. *Ebenezer Smith, Pennsylvania: Professor Liberty Hall Academy : 
Presbyterian Minister. 

44. *ARCHiBAt,D Stuart, Rockbridge Co. : Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Green 
and participated in the battle of Guilford: Staunton, Va.: Lawyer: Common- 
wealth's Attorney : Member Virginia Legislature : Member Virginia Conven- 
tion, 1788: President Virginia Senate: Repeatedly Presidential Elector: Judge 



50 Catalogue of Alumni. 

of the General Court, 1800-31 : Trustee Washington College, 1784-97, 1807-19 : 
Died 1832. 

45. * James Tate, Augusta Co. : Captain in the Revolution : Killed at 
Guilford, March, 1781. 

46. * John Tate, Augusta Co. : Member Virginia Legislature. 

47. *WiL,i.iAM Tate, Augusta Co. : Physician: Officer in the Revolution: 
Member Virginia Legislature. 

48. *Ax,EXANDER Tedford, Rockbridge Co.: Captain in the Revolu- 
tion: Killed at Guilford, March, 1781. 

49. *Terah Tempi^in, A. B., Bedford Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Ken- 
tucky: Died 1818. 

60. *JoHN TRiMBliE, Rockbridge Co.: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 
1782-83: Died 1783. 

51. *Coi:.. John Wilson, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Colonel of Virginia 
Forces at Yorktown : Bath (now Highland) Co.: Died 1820, aged 88. 

52. *'WlLl.lAM TV11.SON, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Tutor Liberty Hall 
Academy : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Augusta Church : Trustee Liberty 
Hall Academy, 1782-1807 : Died 1835. 



1782-1789 (Subsequent to the Charter). 

53. ^Archibald Alexander, D. I>., Ldu. D., Rockbridge Co.: 
Presbyterian Minister: President Hampden Sidney College: Pastor Pine Street 
Church, Philadelphia: Professor Princeton Theological Seminary: Distinguished 
as a Preacher, Author and Scholar: Died 1851, aged 79. 

54. *Andretf Alexander, Itockbridge Co. : Farmer and Engineer : 
Member Virginia Legislature: Member Board of Public Works: Trustee Wash- 
ington College, 1796-1844: Died 1844, aged 76. 

55. *JoHN Baker, Jefferson Co.: Lawyer: Member U. S. Congress, 1811- 
13: Died August 18, 1823. 

56. *Gen. John Brown, Pennsylvania: Lawyer: Romney: Chancellor 
Staunton District : Staunton: Trustee Washington College, 1807-17 : Died 1826. 

57. * John Botvyer, Augusta Co. : Rockbridge Co. : Farmer : Member of 
Virginia Legislature: Repeatedly Elector for President: Died 1851. 

58. ^Gen. Elisha Boyd, Berkeley Co.: Lawyer: Commonwealth's 
Attorney of Berkeley forty years: Colonel in the War of 1812: Member of Vir- 
ginia House of Delegates: Member of Virginia Convention, 1829-80: Member 
Virginia Senate : Died October 21, 1841. 

59. *JoHN POAGE Campbell, Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Kentucky: Trustee Liberty Hall Academy, 1793-1795: Distinguished as a 
Preacher and Writer: Died 1814. 

60. *Samuel L. Campbell, M. I>., Rockbridge Co.: Trustee of Wash- 
ington College, 1794-1812: Distinguished Physician: Died 1840. 

61. *Christopher Clark, Bedford Co.: Member Virginia Legislature: 
Member U. S. Congress and one of the House Managers in the trial of Judge 
Chase: Distinguished Lawyer and Advocate : Died 1825. 



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62. * John C0AI.TER, Eockbridge Co. : Lawyer: Staunton, Va. : Common- 
wealth's Attorney, Augusta Co., Va.: Judge of General Court, 1809-1811: Judge 
of Court of Appeals, 1811-1831: Member Virginia Convention, 1829-30: Trustee 
Washington College, 1798-1830: Died at Chatham, Stafford Co., Va., 1838. 

63. ^Charles Cbawfokd, Amherst Co. : Episcopal Clergyman : Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

64. *Nei.S0N Crawford, Amherst Co.: Farmer and Lawyer: Twice 
High Sheriff of Amherst. 

65. *Ed WARD Graham, Kockbridge Co. : Principal New London Acad- 
emy : Professor Mathematics Washington College, 1813-29 : Trustee Washington 
College, 1807-40: Died 1840. 

66. *Benjamin Grigsby, Eockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister: Pas- 
tor in Greenbrier and Monroe and of Norfolk Church: Trustee Washington 
College, 1796-1807: Died 1810. 

67. *IsAAC HaIwI., Augusta Co.: Petersburg: Distinguished Physician: 
Graduate of University of Edinburgh. 

68. * John HAl^li, Augusta Co. : Lawyer : Weldon, N. C. : Judge of Supreme 
Court North Carolina: Died January 29, 1833. 

69. *Thomas HAlili, Augusta Co. : Lawyer: Kentucky. 

70. * Joseph Hamilton, Eockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Tennessee: Judge of 
Circuit Court. 

71. *JoHN Hawkins. 

72. * Joseph Hays, Eockbridge Co.: (Son of 22): Farmer: Washington 
Co., Va. 

73. *Matthew Houston, Eockbridge Co.: Principal New London 
Academy : Presbyterian Minister : Kentucky : Lebanon, Ohio. 

74. *JoHN Johnston, Augusta Co.: (Son of 26) : Physician: Eoanoke Co. 

75. ^Andrew liYT^E, Eockbridge Co. : Kentucky: Died in early life. 

76. *JoEi:i Reid !Lyi.e, Eockbridge Co.: Clarke Co., Ky. : Paris, Ky. : 
Teacher: Editor Western Citizen. 

77. *Matthew LiYliE, Eockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor of 
Briery and Buffalo Churches, Prince Edward Co.: Teacher Classical School: 
Died March 22, 1827. 

78. *KoBERT MARSHAL,li, Pennsylvania: Presbyterian Minister: Ken- 
tucky: Died .June, 1832. 

79. *James Moore, Eockbridge Co.: Episcopal Clergyman: Eector Christ's 
Church, Lexington, Ky. : President and Professor Moral Philosophy, Transyl- 
vania University: Died 1814. 

80. *RoBEBT Morrison, Lawyer. , 

81. ^Martin McFerran, Botetourt Co.: Member Virginia Convention, 
1788. 

82. *JoHN McKee, Eockbridge Co.: (Son of 37): Lawyer: Kentucky: 
Died October 1, 1818. 

83. *Coi.. John McKee, Eockbridge Co. : Kentucky : Agent for the Chick- 
asaw Indians: Tennessee: Commissioner for running boundary line: Member 
U. S. Congress, 1823-29: Alabama: U. S. Senator. 

84. ^William McKee, Eockbridge Co. : (Brother of 82) : Kentucky : 
Died October 15, 1840. 



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85. *Coi.. James McOotvell, Kockbridge Co. : Farmer : Colonel in War 
of 1812: High Sheriff of Rockbridge: Trustee Washington College, 1796-1835: 
Died 1835. 

86. * James McLean. 

87. *JoHN Neville, Fauquier Co.: Lawyer: General in Pennsylvania 
Whiskey War: Screven Co., Ga. 

88. ■'^Henry J. Peyton, Prince William Co. : Winchester, Va. : Staunton, 
Va. : Clerk Chancery Court Staunton District. 

89. *Thomas Poague, Augusta Co. : Presbyterian Minister : Died Octo- 
ber, 1793. 

90. *James B.JRiSQUE, Botetourt Co. : Lawyer: Lynchburg, Va. 

91. *Abchibai.d Koane, A. B., Pennsylvania: Professor Liberty Hall 
Academy : Tennessee : Judge Supreme Court : Governor Tennessee : U. S. Dis- 
trict Judge: Died 1814. 

92. ^Alexander Stuart, Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Campbell Co.: 
Richmond: Member Executive Council: Kasskassias, Illinois: Judge U. S. Court, 
Illinois : Missouri : Member and Speaker House of Representatives, Mo. : Judge 
Circuit Court: Distinguished as a Lawyer and Jurist; Died December, 1832. 

93. * James Stuart, Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Pittsylvania Co.: Died 
1835. 

94. *Thomas Thompson. 

95. *JoHN Todd, Louisa Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Kentucky: Died 
1812. 

96. *Thomas Todd, King and Queen Co.: Lawyer: Frankfort, Ky.: 
Clerk U. S. Court: Clerk Court of Appeals, Ky. : Judge Court of Appeals, Ky. : 
Chief Justice of Ky. : Justice of Supreme Court of U. S. : Distinguished as Law- 
yer and Jurist : Died February 7, 1 826. 

97. *Wii.i.iAM Wardlaw, Rockbridge Co. 

98. *Samuei. Wilson, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Died 1850. 

99. *Wii.i.iAM Wilson, Rockbridge Co. : Merchant : Postmaster of Lex- 
ington, Va. : Treasurer Washington College, 1803-1840: Died 1845. 

100. *Mai.coM WoRliEY, Virginia: Kentucky: Lebanon, Ohio: Inde- 
pendent Minister. 

1789-1800. 

101. *Coi.. John Allen, Rockbridge Co. : Kentucky: Member Kentucky 
House of Representatives: Distinguished Lawyer and Eloquent Orator: Colonel 
First Regiment Kentucky Riflemea : Killed Januar}"^, 1813, at River Raisen. 

102. ^William Patton Anderson, Botetourt Co. : Nashville, Tenn. : 
Distinguished Lawyer: Died 1810. 

103. ^George Addison Baxter, A. B., I>. !>., Rockingham Co. : 
Presbyterian Minister: Principal New London Academy: Professor Mathe- 
matics and Belles-Lettres Washington College: President Washington College, 
1799-1829: Pastor of Monmouth and Lexington (Va.) Churches, 1799-1831: 
Professor Union Theological Seminary, 1831-41 : Trustee Washington College, 
1830-32: Distinguished Preacher and Orator: Died April 24, 1841, 

104. ^Samuel Beaty. 



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105. *I>ANIEI. BiLAlx, South Carolina: Presbyterian Minister: Professor 
Languages Washington College, 1802-14: Died 1814. 

106. ^Samuel Brown, Bedford Co., Ya. : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor 
New Providence Church : Trustee Washington College, 1796-1818 : Died Octo- 
ber, 1818. 

107. *JoHN "W11.SON Campbei.1., Eockbridge Co.: Merchant: Peters- 
burg, Va. : Died December 23, 1842. 

108. *«James Cabutheks, Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer : Jackson, Tenn. 

109. *KoBERT Oavis, Bedford Co. : Presbyterian Minister. 

110. *Whiting I>ATIS, Bedford Co.: Farmer: Died 1825. 

111. ^Benjamin Estill, Augusta Co. : Russell Co. : Lawyer: Common- 
wealth's Attorney Russell Co.: Member Virginia Legislature: J^ember U. S. 
Congress, 1825-27: Judge Circuit Court, 1831-52: Judge Special Court of 
Appeals of Virginia. 

112. *JoHN M. Estill, Augusta Co. : Farmer: Member Virginia Legis- 
lature: Died 1854. 

113. *Adam Freeman, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer: Presbyterian 
Minister: Maryland. 

114. *I>AVID Floubnoy, Powhatan Co. : Farmer. 

115. * Joseph Glass, Frederick Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Pastor 
Gerardstown and Back Creek Churches, Va. : Died 1821. 

116. ^Elijah Gbeenlee, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Milledgeville, 
Ga. : Surgeon U. S, Army. 

117. * James Gbeenlee, Burke Co., N. C: Georgia: Planter: Died 1819. 

118. *Keuben Gbigsby, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Farmer: Member 
Virginia House of Delegates: Captain U. S. Army, 1812: Sheriff Rockbridge: 
Trustee Washington College, 1830-43: Died February 6, 1863, aged 83. 

119. *WlLLIAM KeBB. 

120. *Mebiwetheb LiEWIS, Albemarle Co. : Private Secretary of Presi- 
dent Jeflerson : Explorer Rocky Mountains with Clarke : Governor Louisiana 
Territory : Died 1809. 

121. *Robebt Logan, Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Pastor Fin- 
castle Church : Died October 9, 1826. 

122. *Thom AS Logwood, Bedford Co.: Farmer: High Sheriff two terms: 
Died September 10, 1821. 

123. ^JoHN LiYLE, Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : Paris, Ky. : 
Died July, 1825. 

124. *JoHN IjYLE, Rockbridge Co. : Soldier of the Revolution : Presbyterian 
Minister: Hampshire Co.: Died 1807. 

1 25. ^Nathaniel J. Manson, Bedford Co. : Lawyer and Farmer : Died 
1859. 

126. *James J. Mayebs, a. B., Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: Trustee 
Washington College, 1807-19 : Greenbrier Co. : Tennessee. 

127. *Abchibald Mills. 

128. *JoHN Mc Campbell, Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer : Member Virginia 
Legislature: Died 1811. 

129. *JoHN McCboby, Rockbridge Co. : Surgeon U. S. Army, War of 
1812: Augusta Co.: Died 1864. 



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130. *Coi:.. Samuei. McKee, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 37) : Garrard Co., 
Ky. : Lawyer: Member U. S. Congress, 1809-17: Circuit Judge: U. S. District 
Judge: Member Kentucky Legislature: Member Commission appointed by Presi- 
dent Monroe to clear the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers of obstructions: Died 
October 16, 1826. 

131. *IsAAC McNuTT, Rockbridge Co. : Louisiana. 

132. ^Witi^iAM McPheeters, !>. !>., Augusta Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister : Kentucky : North Carolina : Principal Raleigh Academy : Pastor 
Raleigh Church : Elected President Davidson College, but declined : Trustee 
Washington College, 1807-12: Died November 7, 1842. 

133. * John Pendleton, Culpeper Co. : Kentucky. 

134. ^Thomas Lewis Preston, Montgomery Co.: (Son of 39) : Lawyer: 
Lexington, Va. : Member Virginia Legislature : Author of the Resolutions sus- 
taining President Madison's War Policy : CapUiin U. S. Army : Died 1812. 

135. *Ai.EXANDER Posey, Spotsylvania Co. : Physician : Shawneetown, 
111. : Officer in Blackhawk War. 

136. *Fayette Posey, Spotsylvania Co. : Henderson, Ky. : Very success- 
ful in business : Died 1870, aged 90. 

137. ^Washington Posey, Spotsylvania Co.: Shawneetown, III. : Prom- 
inent Merchant. 

138. ^SAMUEli Graham Kamsey, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Presby- 
terian Minister : Tennessee : Principal Ebenezer Academy : Died July 5, 1817. 

139. *JoHN Reid, Physician. 

140. ^Waller Redd, Henry Co. : Clerk Henry Co. : Died 1826. 

141. *JoHN Holt Rice, 1>. I>., Bedford Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor Presbyterian Church, Richmond : Professor Union Theological Seminary : 
Elected President Princeton College, but declined : Distinguished Preacher and 
Author : Died September 3, 1831. 

142. *CoNRAD Speece, A. B., 1>. !>., Bedford Co. : Tutor Liberty Hall 
Academy : Tutor Hampden Sidney College : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor 
Augusta Church : Distinguished Preacher and Author : Died September 27, 
1835. 

143. *Chari.es a. Stuart, Greenbrier Co.: Augusta Co.: Member Board 
Public Works : Greenbrier Co. : Died August, 1850. 

144. *RoBERT Stuart, I>. I>., Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister: 
Kentucky : Professor Ancient Languages Transylvania University. 

145. *RoBERT Trimble, Paris, Ky. : Member Kentucky Legislature : 
Judge Supreme Court Kentucky : Judge District Court of U. S. : Justice of Su- 
preme Court of U. S.: Died September, 1828. 

146. * John Trimble, Clarke Co., Ky. : Lawyer : Member Kentucky 
House of Representatives : Cynthiana : Judge Circuit Court : Judge Court of 
Appeals of Kentucky : Distinguished for his ability and legal learning. 

147. *Al,liEN Taylor, Montgomery Co. : Lawyer: Member Virginia Leg- 
islature : Chancellor of Virginia : Botetourt Co. : Judge Circuit Court : Trustee 
Washington College, 1820-36 : Eminent for his learning and legal ability : Died 
1836. 

148. * James Vance, Hampshire Co. : Presbyterian Minister : Kentucky : 
Teacher Classical School. 



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149. *Anthony WAI.KE, Princess Anne Co. : Member Virginia Legisla- 
ture : Agent of U. S. to the Bey of Algiers : Ross Co., Ohio : Member House of 
Representatives and State Senate of Ohio : Died March 19, 1865, aged 81. 

150. ^Ai^EXANDEK Walker, Rockbridge Co. : Captain U. S. Army. 

151. *Henky E. Watkins, Prince Edward Co. : Lawyer : Member Vir- 
ginia House of Delegates : Member Virginia Senate : Captain Cavalry, War of 
1812 : Died 1856, aged 84. 

152. ^Robert Wilson, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Kentucky : Died 1822. 

153. *James Wilson. 

1800-1803. 

154. *JoHN Alexander, Rockbridge Co. : Major in War of 1812 : Far- 
mer : High Sheriff of Rockbridge : Trustee Washington College, 1812-1853 : 
Died November 10, 1853. 

155. * Joseph Blair, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Merchant: Captain in 
War of 1812 : Columbus, Miss.: Postmaster: Died September, 1843. 

156. ^James I>. Breckenridge, Jefferson Co., Ky. : (Son of 2) : Law- 
yer: Member Kentucky House of Representatives: Member U. S. Congress, 
1821-1823: Died 1832. 

157. *!LuKE BowYER, Augusta Co. : Montgomery Co. : Farmer. 

158. *J. M. Campbell, Presbyterian Minister. 

159. ^Gilbert Christian, Augusta Co. : Lawyer : Abingdon, Va. : 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

160. ^William Close, Lexington, Va. 

161. * James L. Clowney, South Carolina: Greenbrier Co.: Marysville, 
Tenn.: Distinguished Physician : Died 1824. 

162. *Thomas Stuart Coalter, Augusta Co. : Physician: Died 1833. 

163. *LiNDSAY Coleman, Amherst Co.: Farmer: High Sheriff' of Am- 
herst : Died 1876. 

164. *George William Crump, Powhatan Co.: Cumberland Co.: 
Physician : Member U. S. Congress, 1826-27 : Minister to Chili : Died 1858. 

165. *Benjamin Darst, Rockbridge Co. 

166. *C. Ervin. 

167. *K. Ervin. 

168. * William Fleming, Roanoke Co: Madison Co., Ala.: Planter: 
Member State Senate Alabama many years : Died 1864. 

169. *JoHN GiLMORE, Rockbridge Co. 

170. *Jahab Graham, Rockbridge Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Din- 
widdle Co. 

171. ^Samuel Greenlee, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Georgia: Died 
April 23, 1821. 

172. ^Thomas Grymes. 

173. ^William H. Haines, Alleghany Co.: Farmer: Died 1873. 

174. ^William Harris. 

175. *JoHN Harvie, Richmond City: Private Secretary of President 
Jefferson : Frankfort, Ky. : President of Bank of Kentucky. 



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176. *LjEWIS Harvie, Richmond City : Member Virginia Legislature : 
Died in early life at sea of consumption. 

177. *JoHN Harris. 

178. *MiCHAEi. Hays, Eockbridge Co.: (Son of 22): Lawyer: Ohio: 
Captain U. S. Army. 

179. ^JoHN Hendren, a. B., I>. I>., Eockbridge Co. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Pastor of churches in Amherst, and Union and Mossy Creek, Augusta 
Co.: Taught Classical School of high standing: Died October 12, 1856. 

180. *HuGH Weir Houston, Eockbridge Co. : Physician : Surgeon U. S. 
Army: Died at Lake Elrie, October, 1812. 

181. *RoBERT Houston, Tennessee : Major U. S. Army : Died 1815. 

182. ^Hancock Jacob. 

183. ^Edward Johnson, Chesterfield Co. : Physician : Captain in War 
1812: Kentucky. 

184. *JosEPH Kean. 

185. * Joseph B. Lapsley, Eockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Kentucky. 

186. *Thomas Lewis, Mason Co.: Farmer: Clerk of County Court: 
Died October 11, 1855. 

187. * Joseph I>. Logan, Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Tutor 
Washington Academy: Goochland Co.: Botetourt Co.: Died 1827. 

188. *John J. Marsh Atl., Franklin Co., Ky. : Member Kentucky House 
of Eepresentatives : Member Kentucky State Senate : Judge of Circuit Court of 
Louisville. 

189. *Wii.i.iAM Adam Menzies, Frederick Co. : Lawyer : Staunton, 
Va. : Versailles, Ky. : Judge Circuit Court: Boone Co.: Covington, Ky. : Pen- 
dleton : Died March 14, 1872, aged 88. 

190. ^Samuel. Menzies, Frederick Co., Va. 

191. * John MiMS, Fredericksburg, Va. : Lawyer: Tennessee: Mississippi. 

192. ^Francis Mitcheli., U. S. Navy. 

193. *WiLi.AM Moore, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Tennessee. 

194. *Wii.LiAM Morgan. 

195. *Charxes Morris, Hanover Co. : Caroline Co. : Distinguished Phy- 
sician : Surgeon U. S. Army. 

196. ^Richard Morris, Hanover Co. : Member Virginia Legislature : 
Member Virginia Convention, 1829 : Distinguished Lawyer and Orator : Died 
1831. 

197. *MiCHAEl. K. Murray, Petersburg, Va. : Physician. 

198. ^Alexander McCauley. 

199. *Cary Nicholas, Kentucky : Farmer : Died in early life. 

200. *Kobert N1CH01.AS, Kentucky: Farmer: Died in early life. 

201. *ftiCHARD E. Parker, Westmoreland Co. : Judge of General 
Court : Clarke Co. : Judge Circuit Court : U. S. Senator : Judge of Court of 
Appeals of Virginia : Eminent as Statesman and Jurist : Died 1840. 

202. *Wii.l.lAM Parker, Accomac Co. : Farmer : Merchant. 

203. *Gen. Severn Eyre Parker, Northampton Co. : Lawyer: Mem- 
ber Virginia Legislature: Member U. S. Congress, 1819-21 : Died October, 1836. 

204. *JoHN Pendleton, Eichmond, Va. 



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205. ^Daniei. Scott, Lawyer. 

206. ^LiNNEUS Smith, Chesterfield Co.: Richmond: Died 1832. 

207. ^Charles Snead, Amherst Co. 

208. ^Carter Li. Stevenson, Fredericksburg, Va. : Lawyer : Common- 
wealth's Attorney of Fredericksburg : Member Virginia Legislature. 

209. *Humbektson Skipwith, Mecklenburg Co. : Farmer : Died 1863. 

210. ^Erasmus Stribl.ing, Frederick Co. : Clerk District Court at Sweet 
Springs: Staunton : Member of Virginia Legislature : Clerk County Court Augusta 
Co. : Clerk U. S. Court for Western District of Virginia : Died July 2, 1857. . 

211. *GrARl.AND Thompson, Amherst Co. : Farmer. 

212. *JoHN Thompson, Hanover Co. : Lawyer. 

213. ^Wli.L.lAM LiEFTWiCH Turner, Bedford Co.: Tutor Washington 
Academy : Presbyterian Minister : Principal of Academy at Raleigh, N. C. : 
Pastor Fayetteville Church : Died 1813. 

214. * Joseph Walker, Rockbridge Co. : Mississippi. 

215. -^KoBERT Wai.KUP, Rockbridge Co. : Fredericksburg, Va. : Died 
1816. 

216. *Mayo Watkins, Goochland Co. : Farmer : Died 1818. 

217. *I5yrd Wii^i^iS, Fredericksburg : Eminent Wit and Humorist. 

218. ^Robert Baker White, Frederick Co. : Lawyer : Romney, Va. : 
Commonwealth's Attorney, Frederick : Winchester : Clerk Circuit Court of Fred- 
erick : Died 1825. 

219. * James C. Wilson, 1>. I>., Rockbridge Co. : Instructor in Hamp- 
den Sidney College : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Tinkling Spring Church : 
Died 1840. 

220. ^Samuel B. Wilson, I>. I>., North Carolina: Presbyterian Min- 
ister : Pastor Fredericksburg Church : Professor Union Theological Seminary : 
Died August, 1869. 

221. * John Fonrose Wood, Botetourt Co. : Merchant : Died 1840. 

1804-1806. 

222. *KobertH. Adams, Rockbridge Co.: Natchez, Mississippi : Lawyer: 
Member Mississippi Legislature : U. S. Senator : Distinguished as a Lawyer and 
Orator : Of commanding figure and great eloquence : Died 1832. 

223. * John Ashlan, Fluvanna Co : Merchant. 

224. *Charles li. Bankhead, Albemarle Co. : Farmer. 

225. *Kobebt Butler, King and Queen Co. : Isle of Wight : Physician : 
Collector Customs at Smithfield : Treasurer of Virginia : Died July 21, 1853. 

226. -^James Kerr Burch, Albemarle Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Pastor Churches in Newbern and Washington, N. C, Philadelphia and Flemings- 
burg, Lexington and Georgetown, Ky. : Professor Theology in Centre College, 
Ky. : Died July 28, 1858. 

227. * Joseph Megginson Cabell, Buckingham Co. : Lawyer : New 
Orleans: Of brilliant talents and great promise: Died November 23, 1810. 

228. ^Samuel Jordan Cabell, Nelson Co. : Physician : Franklin Co. 

229. ^William Syme Cabell, Nelson Co. : Farmer : Mississippi. 

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58 Catalogue of Alumni. 

230. * John Caruthers, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer : Mississippi. 

231. ^George Coai^tER, Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer : Tennessee : Ala- 
bama : Member Alabama Legislature : Judge Circuit Court : Died at Tunica, 
Miss., 1844. 

232. * John J. Crittenden, Woodford Co., Ky. : Member and Speaker 
Kentucky House of Representatives : Member U. S. House of Representatives ; 
U. S. Senate : Governor Kentucky : Attorney General U. S. under Harrison and 
again under Fillmore : Distinguished Orator and Statesman : Died July 23, 1863. 

233. *i?OBERT Crockett, Wythe Co., Va. : Clerk of County and Circuit 
Courts: Captain U. S. Army : Died March 23, 1819. 

234. *Francis Thomas Crabb, Botetourt Co. : Physician : Tennessee : 
Missouri. 

235. *Marshai.i. Durrett, Albemarle Co., Va. 

236. *Wii.i.iAM Krwin. 

237. *JoHN C. Fleming, Roanoke Co.: Died August, 1806. 

238. *JRobert G11.MORE, Rockbridge Co. : Preble Co., Ohio : Teacher : 
Died 1833. 

239. *Henry T. Harris, Albemarle Co., Va. : Lawyer : Commonwealth's 
Attorney Amherst and Nelson : Died 1846. 

240. * Andrew Hays, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 22) : Nashville, Tenn. : 
Distinguished lawyer : Attorney-General of Williamson and Sumner Counties for 
twenty-five years : Jackson, Miss. : Died 1844. 

241. *Edwin J. Harvie, Richmond City : Officer in Bank of Virginia : 
Burned in Richmond Theatre, 1811. 

242. ^Samuel Cabei.1. Horsi^ey, Buckingham Co. : Physician : Post- 
Surgeon U. S. Navy : Participated in Battle of Lake Erie : Died 1828. 

243. *Thomas Madison, Botetourt Co. : Kentucky : Farmer. 

244. *George S. Miller, Kentucky. 

245. * John Moore, Rockbridge Co. : Tennessee. 

246. * John A. McOowell, Augusta Co. 

247. *JoHN McElhenny, I>. 1>.,, Lancaster, S. C. : Presbyterian Min- 
ister: Pastor Lewisburg (W. Va.) Church sixty-three years: Principal Lewis- 
burg Academy: Died 1871, aged 91. 

248. *JoHN T. McKee, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: High Sheriff of Rock- 
bridge : Died 1856. 

249. ^William Nesbit, Georgia. 

250. * John White Page, Planover Co. : Clarke Co. : Farmer : Frederick 
Co. : Died October 19, 1861, aged 75. 

251. *JoHN Pratt. 

252. ^Thomas Pratt. 

253. ^Francis Provai.. 

254. ^'WlI.l.lAM Kadford, Bedford Co. : Planter : Bank President. 

255. *KoBERT Beverly Randolph, Curls on James River : U. S. 
Navy : Voted a sword by the General Assembly of Virginia for gallantry in the 
War of 1812 : Died in Washington City April, 1869, aged 79. 

256. *Gen. Philip H, Steenbergen, Hardy Co. : Farmer : Mason 
Co. : Captain of Cavalry, War of 1812 : High Sheriff Mason Co. : Member Vir- 
ginia Legislature : Died July 30, 1863. 



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257. *'Wli:.i:ilAM Stone, Fredericksburg, Va. : Kentucky : Merchant : 
Died 1860. 

258. ^Thomas Jefferson Stuart, Augusta Co. : (Son of 44) : Lawyer : 
Eepeatedly Member Virginia House of Delegates : Died 1855. 

259. *Samuei. Swann, Caroline Co. 

260. -^Charles Tackett, Stafford Co. : Teacher. 

261. *"Warner Tapscott, Botetourt Co. 

262. ^Powhatan Tindai.1.. 

263. ^Benjamin P. Watkins, Goochland Co. : Physician : Farmer : 
Died 1824. 

264. ^Coi.. Joseph S. Watkins, Goochland Co. : Farmer : Member 
Virginia House of Delegates for many years and leader of Democratic Party : 
Memphis : California : Texas : Of great force of character and personal popu- 
larity. 

1806-1807. 

265. *WlLl.lAM Alexander, Eockbridge Co. : Nashville, Tenn. : Law- 
yer : Secretary State of Tennessee : Of great promise : Died in early life. 

266. *JoHN J. AsHTON, King George Co. : Farmer. 

267. *WiLi.iAM H. Britton, A. B. 

268. * James Eweee Brown, Augusta Co. : (Son of 56) : Lawyer ; 
Clerk Superior Court : Judge Circuit Court and General Court, 1831-1852 : Died 
November 2, 1852. 

269. *Xathaniee Browne, Williamsburg, Va. 

270. *\ViEEiAM Browne, Williamsburg, Va. 

271. *Edward B. Baieey, Botetourt Co. : Lawyer : Fayette Co. : Com- 
monwealth's Attorney Fayette Co. : Member Virginia Convention, 1850-51 : Judge 
Circuit Court, 1852-60 : Alabama : Died 1870. 

272. *I>ANIEE Bryan, Rockingham Co. : Merchant : Lawyer : Colonel 
in War of 1812 : Alexandria : Postmaster (Alexandria) many years : Author ot 
"Greeting to La Fayette," "Education," &c. : Washington City : Died 1869. 

273. ^'WlLl.IAM Jordan Cabeee, Nelson Co. : Farmer : Died 1819. 

274. *Wll.l.IAM H. COEEMAN, Nelson Co. : Farmer : Kentucky. 

275. *WiEEiAM Crawford, Amherst Co. 

276. *Charees Cuneiffe, Chesterfield Co. : Farmer : Collier : Died 
1853. 

277. "^JoHN H. CuNElFFE, Chesterfield Co. : Physician : Arkansas : 
Louisiana. 

278. ^Andrew Baker Davidson, Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Min- 
ister : Principal Ann Smith Academy, Lexington, Va. : Pastor Cook's Creek, 
Mossy Creek, Oxford and Bethesda Churches : Trustee Washington College, 1815- 
57 : Died August, 1861. 

279. *Gen. John Pope I>uvaee, Powhatan Co. : Lawyer : Captain 
U. S. Army, War of 1812 : Fauquier Co. : Florida : Secretary of State and Acting 
Governor of Florida : Author " Duvall's Digest of Laws of Florida : " Brigadier- 
General Texan Army : Died at Tallahassee, Florida, December 7, 1854. 

280. *Marcus Eecan, Buckingham Co. : Farmer. 



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28L *JoSHUA Elcan, Buckingham Co. : Farmer. 

282. *JoHN Davidson Etfing, Kockingham Co. : Tutor Hampden 
Sidney College : Presbyterian Minister: Teacher of Classical School : Eockbridge 
Co. : Pastor of Lebanon, Windy Cove and Falling Spring Churches : Trustee 
Washington College, 1830-1856: Died January 11, 1877, aged 89. 

283. ^Thomas Fearn, Pittsylvania Co. : Huntsville, Ala. : Distinguished 
Physician: Chief Surgeon Gen. Andrew Jackson's Command, War of 1812: 
Merchant: Member Provisional Congress of Confederate States: Died January 
16, 1863. 

284. *James F. Foster. 

285. ^ James Gray, Richmond City : Artist. 

286. -^Nathaniel Henry, Charlotte Co. : Fayette Co : Died 1872. 

287. * John HoRSLEY, Jr., Nelson Co. : Farmer: Merchant: Died 1851. 

288. *JoHN Blair Hoge, Jefferson Co. : (Son of 23) : Tutor Hampden 
Sidney College : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Grace Street Church, Richmond, 
Va. : Eloquent Preacher: Died March 31, 1826. 

289. *I>ANiEi> Lawson. 

290. *Gll.ES liETCHER, Eockbridge Co. : Farmer : Tazewell Co : Ten- 
nessee. 

291. *Henry Lee, Westmoreland Co. : Major U. S. Army : Private Secre- 
tary to President Jackson: Consul to Palermo: Secretary of Legation to Paris: 
Author "History of Napoleon": Died 1838. 

292. ■'^Charles U. Lovei^i., Kanawha Co. 

293. *\Vii.i.iam: McCue, Augusta Co. : (Son of 35) : Physician : Lexing- 
ton, Va. : Trustee Washington College, 1815-19: Died 1819. 

294. *JoHN Madison, Orange Co. : Died in early life. 

295. *JoHN Morrison. 

296. *Edward H. MoSEtEY, Buckingham Co. : Farmer. 

297. *Thomas Nelson, Augusta Co.: Richmond, Va. : Distinguished 
Physician : Louisa Co. 

298. Thomas Pollard, King William Co. : Member Virginia Legisla- 
ture many years. 

299. ^Charles Porterfield, Augusta Co. : Farmer: Died in early life. 

300. *Andrew Keid, Jr., Rockbridge Co.: Member Executive Council 
of Virginia : Died September 2, 1811. 

301. ^Benjamin F. Salvage. 

302. *Henry Baker Tapscott, Botetourt Co. 

303. ^Richard S. Taylor. 

304. *Benjamin Taylor. 

305. ^Michael S. Warren. 

306. *L<EVi Wheaton. 

307. *Thomas Thornton Withers, Fauquier Co.: Distinguished 
Physician : Died February, 1865, aged 75. 

308. *Matthew 1>. Wilson, Rockbridge Co.: North Carolina: Teacher: 
Memphis : Claiborne, Ala : Lawyer : Attorney-General for Southern District of 
Alabama : Died June 13, 1821. 



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1807-1808. 

309. *Gkeen H. Batte, Prince George Co. : Greenville : Distinguished 
Physician : Died 1825. 

310. ^Richardson Buck. 

311. -^MuSTOE Chambers, Staunton, Va. : Physician: Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa. 

312. *Hawes N. C01.EMAN, Nelson Co. : Physician : Died 1865. 

313. ^Robert G. Coleman, Amherst Co. : Farmer : Died 1838. 

314. *JoHN F1.EMING Christian, New Kent Co. : Distinguished Phy- 
sician : Died December 25, 1851. 

315. *Warren Christian, Charles City Co. 

316. * James Crawford, Augusta Co. : Lawyer: Farmer: Member Vir- 
ginia Legislature : Presiding Justice of Augusta Co. : Died May, 1855, aged 68. 

317. ^Robert Cunningham. 

318. *JoEl, W. F1.0OD, Appomattox Co.: Physician: Member Virginia 
Legislature : Died 1859. 

319. *JoHN Hanger, Augusta Co. : Physician: Farmer: Died July, 1862. 

320. ^Edmund Winston Henry, Charlotte Co. : Farmer : Died 1872. 

321. *Wil,eiam Irvine, Halifax Co. : Captain U. S. Army. 

322. "^WlElilAM L/EE, Jefferson Co. : Farmer. 

323. *Thomas Meaux, New Kent Co. : Physician : Farmer : Amelia Co. : 
Died 1860. 

324. *WlLI.IAM MURRELL. 

325. *JoHN S. Peyton, Albemarle Co.: Mississippi: New Orleans: Cotton 
Factor: Died 1818. 

326. *Overton Redd, Henry Co. : Planter : Member Virginia House of 
Delegates: Died 1825. 

327. *BuRWEL,L, Tucker, Clerk in House of Delegates of Virginia. 

328. *George Wilson, Pittsylvania Co.: Farmer: Died 1871. 

329. "^Robert WlL,SON, Pittsylvania Co. : Farmer: Merchant: Died 1873. 

330. ^JoHN Wilson. 

33L ^William B. Wilson, Eockbridge Co.: Farmer: Teacher: Died 
1865. 
332. ^James C. Wooding. 



1808-1809. 

333. ^Carter Braxton, King William Co. : Lawyer : Farmer : Hanover 
Co. : Died September 16, 1855. 

334. Gen. CoRBiN Braxton, King William Co.: Physician: Lieutenant 
of Cavalry, War of 1812: Member Virginia Legislature: Member Virginia Con- 
vention, 1850-51 : Died February 12, 1852. 

335. ^William Brice, Lexington, Va. : Physician: Died 1817. 

336. *JoHN Brown. 

337. ^Madison T. Beale, Botetourt Co. : Farmer : Died in early life. 

338. ^Clement Carrington, Halifax Co. : Died in early life. 



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339. *KlCHARD W. Chick, Buckingham Co.: Farmer. 

340. ^George W. Clayton, Culpeper Co. 

341. *"Wai.tER Coles, Pittsylvania Co.: Farmer: Captain of Cavalry, 
"War of 1812: Member Virginia House of Delegates: Member U. S. Congress, 
1835-45: Died November 9, 1857. 

342. *PowHATAN El,l,IS, Amherst Co. : Lawyer : Lieutenant U. S. Army : 
Natchez, Miss.: Judge Supreme Court of Mississippi: U. S. Senator, 1825-26, 
1827-32: Judge U. S. District Court, 1832-36: Minister to Mexico, 1837-42: 
Died March, 1863. 

343. ^James Gamble, Augusta Co. : Teacher : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor of Churches in North Carolina and Georgia : Died February, 1867. 

344. *WlLL,IAM Goodwin, Louisa Co. : Physician. 

345. *L(EE Griggs, Jefferson Co. : Physician : Died 1831. 

346. *GuSTAVUS A. Jones, Lynchburg, Va. 

347. *JoHN LiOGWOOD, Bedford Co. : Farmer. 

348. ^Alexander Spotswood Moore, Physician: Kichmond, Va. 

349. *JoHN Morris, A. B., Hanover Co.: Kentucky. 

350. ■'^JoHN McCaw, Richmond, Va. : Lieutenant U. S. Army, and par- 
ticipated in naval battle between United States and Macedonian : Died 1830. 

351. *Cyrus K. McCue, Augusta Co: (Son of 35): Lawyer: Lexington, 
Va. : Lieutenant U. S. Army : Died in service. 

352. *JoHN McCuE, Augusta Co. : (Son of 35): Farmer: Member Virginia 
Legislature: Died 1863. 

353. *SAMUEli H. McNuTT, Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Pastor 
of Churches in Virginia and Indiana: Rockville, Ind. : Died July 1, 1869. 

354. *Steptoe Pickett, Fauquier Co.: Limestone Co.,, Ala. : Planter: 
Died 1843. 

355. -^George "Washington Swoope, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Died 
March, 1869. 

356. *James Smith. 

357. "^Alexander Scott Withers, Fauquier Co. : Lawyer : Weston, 
Lewis Co.: Author "Chronicles of Border Warfare:" Of fine literary culture: 
Died January, 1865, aged 73. 

358. *James Wilson. 

1809-1810. 

359. *Gen. Philip Aylette, King William Co. : Lawyer : Farmer : 
Presiding Justice County Court : Member Virginia House of Delegates : Member 
Virginia Senate: Member Board of Public Works: Died September 11, 1848. 

360. ^Joseph S. Brown, A. B., Augusta Co.: Farmer: Illinois: St. 
Louis Co., Mo.: Died 1<S47. 

361. *Ottyay Browne, James City Co. : Farmer: Died July, 1863. 

362. *Gen. Edward Codrington Carrington, Halifax Co. : Cap- 
tain U. S. Army and wounded at Sackett's Harbor : Farmer : Botetourt Co. : Died 
March 7, 1855. 

363. *RoBERT Craig, Montgomery Co. : Lawyer : Member Board of 



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Public Works : Member U. S. Congress, 1833-41 : Koanoke Co. : House of Dele- 
gates: Died 1851. 

364. ^JoHN G. Crouch, Goochland Co.: Henrico Co.: Physician: Far- 
mer: Died 1837. 

365. ^Coi.. JOAB EARI.Y, Franklin Co.: Farmer: Member Virginia 
Legislature : Putnam Co., Mo. : Lexington, Mo. : Died 1870, aged 78. 

366. ^Charles Bernard Fi^ournoy. 

367. ^Nicholas P. Hairston, Henry Co. : Lawyer : Planter : Member 
Virginia House of Delegates: Mississippi: Died 1825. 

368. ^WlIiLlAM Harvey, Botetourt Co. : Manufacturer : Tennessee : Aide- 
de-Camp to Gen. Andrew Jackson at Battle of New Orleans: Died February 18, 
1862. 

369. *Edward M. Jones. 

370. ^Thomas Lewis, Rockingham Co. : Farmer : Died 1840. 

371. *KoBERT N. Morris, Hanover Co.: Farmer. 

372. -^Patrick Henry Madison, Botetourt Co. : Bowling Green, Ky. : 
Farmer. 

373. "^Richard Mosei^eY, A. B., Buckingham Co. : Farmer. 

374. "^JOHN McChesney, Augusta Co. : Physician: Farmer: Died May, 
1877, aged 92. 

375. John I>. Paxton, A. B., !>. I>., Rockbridge Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister : Kentucky : Pastor of churches at Danville and in Shelby County : 
Princeton, Ind.: Died October 2, 1868. 

376. ^Gideon PowEtt. 

377. ^KlCHARD POWEI.1.. 

378. ^William Campbei.1. Preston, Lli. I>., Washington Co. : 
Columbia, S. C. : Lawyer : Member S. C. House of Representatives : Member S. C. 
Senate: U.S. Senate, 1834-42: President South Carolina College: Distinguished 
orator and statesman : Died May 24, 1860. 

379. *TVlI.l.IAM N. Scott, I>. I>., Augusta Co. : (Son of 42) : Presby- 
terian Minister : Pastor of churches in Maryland and Hardy Co., Va. : Died 
January 24, 1857. 

380. "^JoHN P. Wilson, A. B., Berkeley Co.: Cumberland Co.: Law- 
yer: Farmer. 

1810-1811. 

381. *MiCHAEi. 'Anderson. 

382. *WiL,i.iAM Bassett, Hanover Co. : Lawyer of great promise : Died 
November 21, 1812. 

383. *Thomas Batte, Prince George Co.: Lawyer: Missouri. 

384. ^Thomas C. Batte, Prince George Co. 

385. ^George S. Beale, Botetourt Co. : Farmer : Mississippi. 

386. ^Thomas H. Bowyer, Botetourt Co. : Lieutenant U. S. Navy : 
Died at Havana of yellow fever, 1830. 

387. ^Patrick P. Burton, Bedford Co. : Physician : Lexington, Va. : 
Mississippi: Arkansas. 



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388. *Wii.i.iAM B. Charl,ton, Montgomery Co. : Frequently Member 
of House of Delegates : Clerk of Pulaski County ; Died February, 1867. 

389. *«J. P. B, Cl.A YTON, Culpeper Co. : Lawyer : Arkansas. 

390. *Henry EARI.Y, Franklin Co. : Farmer: Pike Co., Mo. 

391. *JoHN Field. 

392. ^Richard H. Fiel,i>, Culpeper Co. : Lawyer : Member Virginia 
Legislature: Judge of Circuit and General Court, 1826-65: Judge Special Court 
of Appeals, 1852-61: Died 1866. 

393. *Egbert Harris. 

394. *'WiL,i.iAM HiL,L>is, Lexington, Va. : Merchant: Died 1825. 

395. *Thomas Holbrook, Rockbridge Co.: Indianapolis: Banker. 

396. -^Nicholas Cabell Horsley, Nelson Co.: Farmer: Kentucky: 
Died 1820. 

397. * Jesse Irvine, Bedford Co.: Farmer: Died 1876. 

398. *JOHN Kenney, Augusta Co. : Lieutenant U. S. Army, War of 1812 : 
Harrisonburg: Lawyer: Member Virginia Convention, 1850-51: Judge Circuit 
Court, 1852-60: Died February 17, 1873, aged 81. 

399. *Charles Cadmus Lewis, Rockingham Co.: Farmer: Died 1877. 

400. ^Richard Leake. 

401. *Samuel Lieake. 

402. *JOHN McNuTT. 

403. ^Sterling Neblett, Lunenburg Co.: Physician: Surgeon U. S. 
Army, War of 1812 : Member Virginia Legislature : Planter in Virginia, Missis- 
sippi, Louisiana and Texas: Died November 16, 1871. 

404. *JamesW.Paxton, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Abingdon: Knox- 
ville, Tennessee. 

405. -^Carlton T. Radford, Bedford Co.: Richmond, Va.: Physician. 

406. ^William M. Swoope, Augusta Co. : Alabama : Cotton Planter : 
Member Alabama Legislature for many years : Died September, 1836. 

407. *WiLLiAM Stevens, Jr. 

408. *WiLLlAM Wayland, Madison Co. : Physician : Brown Co., Ohio. 

409. *JoHN Wells, Albemarle Co. : Farmer: Sheriff of Albemarle. 

410. *JoHN HoOE Wallace, Stafford Co. : Eminent Physician : Fred- 
ericksburg: Mayor of Fredericksburg : President Farmers' Bank : Died July 11, 
1872. 

411. *Samuel Webb, Richmond, Va. : Physician. 

412. *Uel Wilson, A. B. 

1811-1812. 

413. *Benjamin D, Anderson. 

414. *WlLLiAM E. Bass, Amelia Co. 

415. ^Smith Cocke. 

416. ^Thomas Marshall Duke, Mason Co., Ky.: Texas: One of 
Austin's Colonists : Planter: County Judge : Died 1870. 

417. * John Edmondson, Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer: Alabama. 

418. *Samuel B. Flouknoy, Powhatan Co. 



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419. •^Ai.EXANDER G01.D, Rockbridge Co.: Died 1824. 

420. ^Benjamin Harris. 

421. *Wii.soN Harris. 

422. * Joseph LiOVEI.I., A. B., Kanawha Co. : Lawyer : Member Virginia 
Legislature. 

423. ^Robert McCluer, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Surgeon U. S. 
Army : St. Charles Co., Mo. : Farmer : Died September 21, 1834. 

424. ^Wll.lilAM J. MoSELEY, Buckingham Co.: Farmer. 

425. *JoHN K. Moore, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Farmer: Tennes- 
see: Soldier War of 1812, participated in battle of New Orleans: Augusta Co.: 
Chattooga Co., Ga.: Died 1853. 

426. *Daniei. M. Kailey, Albemarle Co.: Farmer: Abingdon, Va: 
Merchant: Missouri. 

427. *Wii.i.lAM Boss, Botetourt Co. : Iowa. 

428. ■^Archibai.d Scott, Augusta Co.: (Son of 42): Raleigh, N. C. : 
Lawyer : Georgia : Principal of Classical Schools, Greensboro, Salem, Milledge- 
ville, and Hamilton : Distinguished as a Teacher: Died at Fredonia, Ala., 1854. 

429. *Peter Scai.es. 

430. ^Harold Smyth, Wythe Co. : Captain U. S. Army, War of 1812 : 
Behaved with conspicuous gallantry: Voted a sword by the Legislature of 
Virginia: Lawyer: Editor: Died December 29, 1852. 

431. *Bobert G. Str AC HAN, Petersburg, Va. : Farmer: Lawyer. 

432. *eT. Y. Stockdel.!., Petersburg, Va. : Physician: Manufacturer: 
President Matoaca Manufacturing Co.: President Branch Bank of Virginia: 
Died June, 1840. 

433. *KoBERT Strange, Petersburg, Va. : Lawyer : Fayetteville, N. C. : 
Member N. C. Legislature: Judge Supreme Court: U. S. Senator, 1837-41: 
Stood in the front rank of his profession and was especially eminent as prosecu- 
ting Solicitor: Died at his residence. Myrtle Hill, February, 1854. 

434. *James Verdier, Orange Co. 

435. ^Augustus Waterman, Rockingham Co.: Soldier War of 1812: 
Lawyer: Farmer: Member Virginia Legislature: Of fine talents and literary 
culture : Died 1857. 

436. * James B. Wai.i.ace, King George Co. : Farmer. 

437. *Al,pheus Po ague Wii^son, Monongalia Co. : Lawyer : Member 
Virginia Senate : New Orleans : Died 1832. 



1812-1813. 

438. ■'^Thomas W. Ai^exander, Georgia : Physician. 

439. ^Carter H. Bradley, Cumberland Co.: Physician: Peters- 
burg, Va. 

440. *George Boothe, Dinwiddie Co. : Farmer. 

441. *Madison Caruthers, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : New Orleans. 

442. "^Samuei. Chapman, Lawyer. 

443. *HuGHr)oAK, Augusta Co.: Physician: Bath Co. 

444. *JoHN K. FiTZHUGH, A. B., StaflTord Co. : Member Virginia Legis- 
lature : Fredericksburg : Died April, 1879. 



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445. ^RICHARD Hard ATVAY, Amelia Co. ; Farmer: Died 1830. 

446. ■'^ John Smith Herring, Eockingham Co. : Lawyer of great ability 
and great oratorical power: Member Virginia Senate: Agent of Virginia to 
superintend the survey of the Military lands: Died at Lexington, Ky., 1826, 
aged 32. 

447. ^KoBERT LiEWIS, Halifax Co. : Lawyer. 

448. *Ai.FRED Macay. 

449. ■^Robert LiEW^is Madison, Orange Co.: Petersburg: Distinguished 
Lawyer: Member Virginia Legislature: Orange Co.: Member U. S. Congress : 
Died February 28, 1828. 

450. *Wii.i.iAM li. Otey. 

451. *JoHN Pryor, Amherst Co.: Farmer and Engineer: Died May 28, 
1860. 

452. * James Madison Pi^easants, Powhatan Co.: Lawyer: St. 
Louis, Mo. : Died 1828. 

453. *Coi.. SAMUEii Mcl>. Keid, Eockbridge Co.: Farmer: Clerk 
County Court of Eockbridge : Clerk Circuit Court, 1831-58 : Member Virginia 
Legislature : Trustee Washington College, 1819-69 : Died September 15, 1869. 

454. ■'Thomas Kicheson, Amherst Co.: Lawyer: Farmer: Lexington, 
Ky. : Died 1834. 

455. ^Nicholas B. S. Kind, Eichmond, Va. : Engineer. 

456. *J0HN WAI^THAIil.. 

467. ^Charles Woodson. 



1813-1814. 

458. ^Pleasant F. Boyd, Albemarle Co. 

459. *Francis B. I>eane, Cumberland Co.: Lynchburg, Va.: Manu- 
facturer : Member Virginia Legislature : Died November 28, 1868. 

460. *Gen. CHARiiES p. DoRMAN, Eockbridge Co.: Adjutant War 
1812: Editor: Lawyer: Member Virginia Legislature thirteen years: Died 
December 20, 1849. 

461. *Samuei. L. Graham, A. B., D. D., Bedford Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister: Pastor churches in Virginia and North Carolina: Professor Union 
Theological Seminary 1838-51: Died October 29, 1851. 

462. * John Henry, Charlotte Co. : Farmer : Died 1868. 

463. *Wll.lilAM Henry, Charlotte Co. : Died in early life. 

464. * James Campbei.1. Hays, Eockbridge Co. (Son of 22) : Nashville, 
Tenn.: Lawyer: Aid to Gen. Houston : Texas: Died 1 83-. 

465. *JoHN Brown Hays, Eockbridge Co. (Brother of 464): Columbia, 
Tenn. : Distinguished Physician : Died 1867. 

466. *Spotstvood Jones, Campbell Co. 

467. *Warner Jones, Campbell Co. 

468. * James J. Kei.i.ey, Eowan Co., N. C. : Died in early life. 

469. ^Robert Kent, Montgomery Co.: Farmer: High Sheriff of Mont- 
gomery : Member Virginia Legislature : Died 1852. 

470. *Parnett liEWis. 



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471. *Gen. Samuei. H. IjEWIS, Kockingham Co.: Farmer: Member 
Virginia Legislature : Died 1869. 

472. ^JOHN tiESTER. 

473. *Gen. Jackson Morton, Orange Co. : Pensacola, Fla. : President 
Territorial Council of Florida many years: Member Florida Constitutional 
Convention : Member Florida Legislature : General Volunteer forces in Indian 
Wars: U. S. Navy Agent at Pensacola : U. S. Senator, 1849-55 : Member Florida 
Convention, 1861 : Member Provisional Congress Confederate States: Died 1874. 

474. ^Bernard Major. 

475. ^Fi^EMlNG Bo WYER MittER, Botetourt Co. : Distinguished Law- 
yer : Commonwealth's Attorney : Botetourt : Member Virginia Senate : Member 
Virginia House of Delegates: Member Virginia Conventions, 1829-30, 1850-51, 
1861 : U. S. District Attorney, 1853-61 : Practiced law 54 years : Died 187-. 

476 *Wli.l.lAM HUGHART MONTGOMERY, (Son of 31) : Lexington, 
Va. : Distinguished Physician : Died 1826. 

477. *MadisonPitzer, Alleghany Co.: Koanoke Co.: Farmer: Died 1862. 

478. ^JoHN H. Patterson, Buckingham Co. : Distinguished Physician : 
Died 1858. 

479. ^Henry Kuffner, A. B., I>. D., JAj, D., Kanawha Co. : Presby- 
terian Minister: Professor Washington College: President Washington College, 
1835-48: Author: Distinguished for his ability and learning: Died December 
17, 1861. 

480. ^George Washington Shiei^ds, Eockbridge Co.: Merchant: 
Tuscumbia, Ala. : Died September 17, 1827. 

481. *Anderson Sandidge, Amherst Co.: Captain War of 1812: Far- 
mer: Teacher: Died 1859. 

482. *George See, Kandolph Co.: Farmer: Died 1832. 

483. *Jacob Warwick See, Randolph Co. : Farmer: High Sheriff of 
Eandolph : Died in service of Confederate States, 1864. 

484. *Edward Trent, Cumberland Co. : Physician. 

485. *Daniei. Wilson, Cumberland Co : Farmer. 

486. *Thomas B. Wilson, Cumberland Co. : Lawyer. 

487. ^Robert C. Williamson, Henrico Co. 

488. ^Robert J. Yancey, Bedford Co. 

1814-1815. 

489. *JoHN James Allen, Botetourt Co.: Lawyer: Campbell C. H. : 
Clarksburg: Commonwealth's Attorney Harrison Co. : Member Virginia Senate, 
1829-30: Member U. S. Congress, 1833-35: Judge Circuit Court, 1836-40 : Bote- 
tourt Co. : Judge Supreme Court of Appeals, 1840-65 : President Court of Appeals, 
1852-65 : President Executive Council, 1861 : Distinguished for his learning and 
judicial ability: Died September 18, 1871. 

490. *KoBERT Allen, Botetourt Co. : Farmer : Shenandoah Co. : Member 
Virginia Legislature: Member U. S. Congress, 1827-33: Bedford Co.: Died 
December 30, 1859. 

491. ^Alexander Tedford Barclay, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: 
Trustee Washington College, 1835-48 : Died 1848. 



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492. *Seth Barton, Fredericksburg, Va. : Lawyer : New Orleans : Soli- 
citor U. S. Treasury, 1845-47 : Minister to Chili, 1847-49. 

498. *Henry "W. Bowyek, Botetourt Co. : Farmer: Clerk Circuit and 
County Court of Botetourt : Died January 1, 1876. 

494. ^Thomas BoLr,lNG, Dinwiddle Co. : Farmer : Holmes Co., Miss. : 
Galveston, Texas. 

495. *Yel,VERTON I>. Bol-I-INO, Dinwiddle Co. : Physician : Holmes Co., 
Miss.: Montgomery, Ala.: Died October 21, 1854. 

496. *JoHN FRANKiiiN Caruthers, A. B., Kockbridge Co.: Mer- 
chant: Trustee Washington College, 1835-40: Died 1840. 

497. *Wal,TER C. Carrington, Charlotte Co. : Planter : Brunswick Co. 

498. *Peter G. Coleman, Caroline Co.: Richmond, Va. 

499. *George Kuhn CABEtli, Lynchburg, Va. : Lawyer: Died in 
Philadelphia, 1878. 

500. * James Caruthers, Lexington, Va. : Merchant : Died August 10, 
1826. 

501. *David C1.OPTON, Henrico Co. 

502. Thomas Edward Evans, Hardwick House, near Chepstow, 
Monmouthshire, England. 

503. *Herndon Frazer, Spotsylvania Co. : Teacher : Baptist Minister; 
Orange Co. : Died 1877, aged 86. 

604. * James J). Fontaine, Hanover Co.: Farmer: Died 1877. 

505. *Wii.i.iAM A1.EXANDER Graham, Rockbridge Co. (Son of 65) : 
North Carolina : Physician : Lexington, Va. : Author. 

506. ^Peyton Harrison, D. I>., Cumberland Co.: Lawyer: Presby- 
terian Minister : Pastor Martinsburg Church : Baltimore, Md. : Died in Balti- 
more, September 10, 1887, aged 87. 

507. *RANDOt,PH Harrison, Cumberland Co. : Richmond, Va. : Mer- 
chant. 

508. *Thomas Irvine, Albemarle Co.: Lawyer: Gallipolis: Pomeroy, 
Ohio: Judge Court Common Pleas: Campbell Co., Ky. : Died January 10, 1869. 

509. *James Reid Jordan, Lexington, Va. : Distinguished Physician : 
Postmaster of Lexington, 1849-53 : Died December 26, 1862. 

510. *KoBERT M. Kyle, Harrisonburg, Va. : Farmer: Died 1862. 

511. *Wll.i:.lAM Frohock Kelley, Rowan Co., N. C: Merchant: 
Mocksville, N. C: Died 1850. 

512. * John Lewis, Roanoke Co. : Kentucky: Kanawha Co., Va. : Farmer: 
Manufacturer : Florida. 

513. ^George W. IjEWIS, Spotsylvania Co. 

614. * James C. Moore, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Died 1853. 

515. *Samuei. McDoweli. Moore, Rockbridge Co. (Son of 32): 
Lawyer : Member House of Delegates of Va. : Member Virginia Senate : Mem- 
ber Virginia Conventions, 1829-30, 1861 : Member U. S. Congress, 1833-35 : 
Died 1875, aged 79. 

516. ^Samuei. R. Moore, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Died 1863. 

517. *AxLEN Morris, Hanover Co. 

518. ^Thomas Meredith, Hanover Co. 



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519. *Wil-i.lAM Adair McDowei.1., Danville, Ky.: Soldier War of 
1812: Louisville, Ky: : Distinguished Physician: Fincastle, Va. : Kentucky: 
Evansville, Ind. : Surgeon of Marine Hospital and Professor of Medical College : 
Died 1852. 

520. ^KoBERT M. McDoWEl-li, Lexington, Va. : Farmer: Merchant: 
Died 1869. 

521. *RoBERT McGavock, Wythe Co. : Farmer: Kentucky: Missouri: 
Died 1875. 

522. *Ai.EX ANDER McRae, Petersburg Va. : Lawyer : Alabama. 

523. *JoHN McRae, Petersburg, Va. 

524. *SEi.r)EN Cary Macon, New Kent Co. : Farmer: Kichmond, Va. : 
Inspector of Tobacco: Died February 18, 1861. 

525. ^Thomas Macon, New Kent Co. : Farmer : Member Virginia Legis- 
lature: Albemarle Co.: Died July 11, 1851. 

526. *George Morton, Orange Co. 

527. ■^'Wil.liiAM Morton, Orange Co. : Member Virginia Legislature : 
Alabama : Florida: Died on Santa Rosa Island, 1831. 

528. ^Edward Oldham, King George Co.: Farmer: Died February, 
1835. 

529. ^SAMUEIi Oldham, King George Co. : Physician : West Tennessee : 
Died 1860. 

530. * Jesse H. Patillo, Mecklenburg Co. 

531. *'Wil.L,lAM H. Patillo, Mecklenburg Co.: Charlotte Co.: Dis- 
tinguished Physician : Died 1855. 

632. *JoSEPH Steele, Eockbridge Co.: Farmer: Presiding Justice of 
Eockbridge : Trustee Washington College, 1836-65 : Died September, 1872. 

533. ^Edward Sanbourn, Lexington, Va. : England. 

534. ^ John Lewis Trent, Cumberland Co. : Physician : Died 1841. 

535. *WiLLiAM A. Trent, Cumberland Co. : Physician : Died 1882. 

536. *Edward Valentine, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Member Virginia 
Legislature : Botetourt : Died 1878. 

537. ^Arthur Hooe Wallace, Culpeper Co.: Merchant: New Or- 
leans: Louisville, Ky. : Died July, 1878, aged 84. 

538. *JoHN Woods, Nelson Co.: Farmer: Ealls Co., Mo. 

539. *David Yost, Augusta Co. : Jeweller : Hagerstown, Md. 

1815-1816. 

540. *HuGH Barclay, Eockbridge Co. : Merchant : Presiding Justice of 
Eockbridge: Trustee Washington College, 1844-70: Died December 16, 1870. 

541. *Cary Breckenridge, Botetourt Co: (Son of 3) : Farmer: Died 
1867. 

542. * James Breckenridge, Botetourt Co. : (Brother of 541) : Farmer : 
Kentucky : Died 1835. 

543. *KoBERT liElGHTON CRAWFORD, Louisa Co. : Mobile, Ala. : U. S. 
Marshal: Died 1850. 

544. * James T. Coles, Pittsylvania Co. : Farmer : Died June 2, 1838. 

545. *K. I>UNN, Petersburg, Va. 



70 Catalogue of Alumni. 

546. *Carter Henry Harrison, Fayette Co., Ky. : Farmer: Died 
1825. 

547. *Cha-RI.ES Yancey KiMBROUGH, Louisa Co.: Lawyer: President 
Louisa R. R. Company (Now Chesapeake and Ohio R. R.) : Member Virginia 
Legislature for several sessions : Died 1845. 

548. *KoBERT McCuiiliOCK, Staunton, Va. : Physician: Died at Mont- 
pelier, France, April 26, 1818. 

549. *James McDowELt, LiLi. D., Rockbridge Co: (Son of 85) : Ken- 
tucky : Member Kentucky Legislature : Rockbridge Co. : Member Virginia Legis- 
lature: Governor of Virginia, 1843-46: Member V. S. Congress, 1846-51 : Trustee 
Washington College, 1826-51 : Distinguished Orator and Statesman : Died August 
24, 1851. 

550. ^CliARK Penn, Patrick Co.: Farmer: Member Virginia House of 
Delegates : Member Virginia Senate : Died 1852. 

551. *Vai.entine B. Peyton, Albemarle Co. : Physician : Florida : 
Westmoreland Co. : Died 1848. 

552. *Wii.i.iam: Kuffin, King William Co.: Farmer: Died 1830. 

553. *Henry E. Shores, Petersburg, Va. 

554. * James Sanbourn, Lexington, Va. : England. 

555. ^Francis Thornton, Spotsylvania Co.: Soldier in War of 1812: 
Presbyterian Minister: Kentucky: Died 1881, aged 84. 

556. Fontaine Maury Wei.ils, Albemarle Co. : Farmer. 

1816-1^17. 

557. ^Matthew N. Brandon, Adams Co., Mississippi: Physician: 
Planter: Wilkinson Co. : Died 1841. 

558. *RoBERT E. Brandon, Adams Co., Miss.: Planter: Wilkinson 
Co. : Died February, 1823. 

559. * James Brown, Petersburg, Va. 

560. *JoHN Brown, Petersburg, Va. 

561. *Cassius Carter, Prince William Co.: Farmer: Died December' 
20, 1821. 

562. *RoBERT Thompson Coles, Pittsylvania Co. : Physician : Jackson 
Co., Ala. : Died January 2, 1850. 

563. "^George Fearn, Pittsylvania Co. : Lawyer : Merchant : Huntsville, 
Ala.: Jackson, Miss. 

564. *Thomas J. GoODE, Powhatan Co.: Died 1855. 

565. * John B. Harding, Powhatan Co. : Died in early life. 

566. ^Samuel W. LiYLE, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Died 1881. 

567. *I>AVID E. Moore, Rockbridge Co. (Brother of 515): Lawyer: 
Commonwealth's Attorney for Rockbridge, 1843-75 : Member Virginia Legisla- 
ture : Member Virginia Convention, 1850-51 : Trustee Washington College, 
1845-75: Died 1875, aged 77. 

568. * James Southgate, Richmond, Va. 

569. ^Charles A. Sweeney, Hampton. 

570. * James Innes Thornton, Fredericksburg, Va.: Green Co., Ala. : 
Secretary of State of Alabama : Died September, 1877. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 71 

571. * James M. Woods, Nelson Co.: Farmer: Kockbridge Co.: Bed- 
ford Co. 

1817-1818. 

572. *Ei:.iHU B^RCliAY, Kockbridge Co. : Athens, Tenn. : Clarksville, Ga. : 
Member Georgia House of Representatives: Blairsville, Ga. : Member Georgia 
State Senate : Distinguished Lawyer : Cleburne, Texas : Died October, 1872. 

573. Gen. "Wili^iam Li. Brandon, Adams Co., Miss. : Planter : Lt.- 
Governor, Miss. : Wilkinson Co. : Colonel 2l8t Mississippi Regiment : Brigadier 
General Confederate States Army : Fort Adams. 

574. ^Wll.i.iAM H. Carutheks, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Bedford 
Co. : Nottoway Co. : Held office in Confederate States Army : Died 1877. 

575. John Crenshaw, Charlotte Co. 

576. *George H. Chrisman, Rockingham Co. : Farmer : Died 1870. 

577. James S. Cunningham, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Minnesota. 

578. James W. Foley, Pinckneyville, Miss. 

579. *JoHN JR. FRANKI.IN, Amherst Co. : Died in early life. 

580. ^George "W. Foote, Fauquier Co. : Member Virginia Legislature : 
Mississippi. 

581. *JoHN M. Goodwin, Louisa Co.: Orange Co. : Farmer: Physician. 

582. "W11.1.IAM HAMI.IN, Charlotte Co. 

583. *JoHN HiiL,L,, Buckingham Co.: Lawyer: Member U. S. Congress, 
1839-41 : Member Virginia Convention, 1850-51 : Commonwealth's Attorney 
Buckingham Co., 1850-70: County Judge, 1870-80: Died April, 1880. 

584. ^Eldridge S. Janney, Alexandria, Va. : Illinois : Died 1876. 

585. NiCHOi^AS M. IjEWIS, Pittsylvania Co.: Farmer: Milton, N. C. 

586. *Warner M. Lewis, Halifax Co. : Farmer : Died 1848. 

587. *RoBERT H. Lewis, Halifax Co. : Lawyer : Farmer : Died 1824. 

588. T. J. Meriwether, Albemarle Co. 

589. ^Miller W. Michaux, Powhatan Co. : Farmer. 

590. *James M. Redd, Henry Co. (Son of 140) : Member Virginia Legis- 
lature : Patrick Co. : Died 1837. 

591. *JoHN G. Redd, Henry Co. (Son of 140) : Physician : Died 1852. 

592. *Chari.es G. Reynolds, Kanawha Co. : Salt Manufacturer : Died 
1845. 

593. Wit,i:.iAM Revei,y, Campbell Co. : Indiana : Farmer. 

594. "^Gen. Lewis Ruffner, Kanawha Co. : Teacher : Principal Mercer 
Academy: Manufacturer: Member Virginia Legislature three terms : Louisville, 
Ky. : Major-General West Va. Troops in War between the States: Died Novem- 
ber, 1883, aged 86. 

595. *AuGUSTlNE J. Smith, Alexandria, Va.: Clarksburg: Prominent 
Lawyer: Member Virginia Legislature : Died 1858. 

596. *Thomas Steptoe, Campbell Co. 

597. * James ToNCRAY. Abingdon, Va. : Physician: New Orleans: 

598. ^Andrew A. Weir, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Columbus, Miss. : 
President Commercial Bank : Texas. 



72 Catalogue of Alumni. 

599. W11.1.IAM O. Winston, Henrico Co. 

600. ^Wll.lilAM MoFFETT Woods, Nelson Co.: Farmer: Buckingham 
Co. 

601. *WlI.l.IAM WAI.I.ACE, Richmond, Va.: Died 1860. 

1818-1819. 

602. *George C. Baxter, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 103) : Lawyer : Har- 
rison Co.: Huntsville, Ala.: Lexington, V^. : Died 1833. 

603. ^SAMUEii MACKI.IN BoCKlUS, Henrico Co.: Farmer: Lawyer: 
Richmond, Va. : Died 1850. 

604. *KoBERT H. BEAliE, Botetourt Co. : Pocahontas Co. : Grazier : 
Died January 5, 1833. 

605. *KlCHARD Bo YD, Mecklenburg Co. : Farmer: Died 1874. 

606. *JoHN T. CorES, Pittsylvania Co.: Farmer: Died 1849. 

607. W11.I.IAM B. Cook, Richmond, Va. 

608. *Samuei. K. Davies, Amherst Co.: Lawyer: Died 1833. 

609. ^James W. Downman, Lancaster Co. 

610. ^George H. Flournoy, Powhatan Co. 

611. ^George W. Fl,ournoy, Powhatan Co.: Farmer: Died 1841. 

612. ^Thomas H. Filournoy, Powhatan Co.: Kentucky. 

613. ^Thomas J. Flournoy, Powhatan Co.: (Son of 114). 

614. Frank Forqueran, Rockingham Co. : Missouri. 

615. ^KiCHARD J. Gaines, Charlotte Co.: Planter: Member Virginia 
Legislature : Died January, 1864. 

616. *KoBERT F. Gaines, Charlotte Co. : Planter: Died November 16, 
1873. 

617. *Wll.l.lAM W. G11.I.IAM, Amherst Co.: Botetourt Co.: Farmer: 
Teacher: Died 1872. 

618. *Wll.i.TAM li. Graham, Bedford Co. : Physician: Pittsylvania Co. 

619. *Abner A1.EX. Porter Grigsby, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: 
Trenton, Tennessee: Merchant: Manufacturer: President Trenton Cotton Fac- 
tory : President Branch Bank of Tennessee : Assistant Treasurer Mobile and 
Ohio R. R. Co.: Died April 4, 1861. 

620. ^JoHN HiLi. GwATHMEY, King William Co. : Lawyer : Died 
March 14, 1837. 

621. *Peter Hairston, Franklin Co. : Farmer: Henry Co. 

622. ^Feter S. HAI.E, Franklin Co.: Farmer: Died 1824. 

623. liucius Jones. 

624. Jeremiah I>. Latham, Fauquier Co. : Baptist Minister : Wash- 
ington City. 

625. *Tavenner Jordan, Botetourt Co.: Medical Student: Died 1821. 

626. *James IjYI.E, Prince Edward Co.: (Son of 77): Cumberland Co.: 
Farmville: Distinguished Physician: Died January 12, 1877, aged 77. 

627. ^ James Hays Piper, A. B., Culpeper Co.: Climbed the Natural 
Bridge : Knoxville, Tennessee : President East Tennessee University : Wythe- 
ville, Va.: Member Virginia Senate: Superintendent South West Virginia 
Turnpike. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 73 

628. *JoHN A. PoKTEK, Orange Co. : Farmer : Died 1859. 

629. * John M. Kaii.e y, Albemarle Co. : Botetourt Co. : Merchant. 

630. *Joh:n H. Kobekts, Nelson Co.: Physician: Augusta Co. 

631. *Andk,E"W M. Scott, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Covington, Va. : 
Died 1839. 

632. *Wii.i.iAM Watts, Bedford Co. : Planter : Mississippi : Died 1846. 

1819-1820. 

633. * John Bushkod Branham, Eichmond Co. : Lancaster Co. : 
Farmer: Died 1851. 

634. ^Nathaniel, C Cai^hoUN, Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Physician: Missouri: Died May 17, 1873. 

635. *1.VCKER Carkington, Halifax Co. : Lawyer : Farmer : Mecklen- 
burg Co. : Member Virginia Senate, 1848-52 : Died November 16, 1875, aged 76. 

636. ^Peter G. Camden, Amherst Co. : St. Louis, Mo. : Merchant : 
Mayor St. Louis: Died 1873. 

637. ^Wii.iiiAM Ai.EXANi)ER Caruthers, Lexington, Va. : Physi- 
cian: New York: Savannah, Ga.: Author " Cavaliers ofVirginia, &c." : Died 1846. 

638. *JoHN M. Fontaine, Caroline Co. : Farmer. 

639. ^Henry S. Foote,. Fauquier Co.: Lawyer: Mississippi: U. S. 
Senator: Governor Mississippi : California: Member U. S. Congress : Memphis, 
Tenn. : Member C. S. Congress: Superintendent N. O. Mint. 

640. ^KiCHARD H. Foote, Fauquier Co. : Died in early life. 

641. *Ani)RETV Matthews Gatewood, Bath Co.: Farmer: Poca- 
hontas Co.: Died 1838. 

642. *HuGH Goodwin, Louisa Co.: Farmer: Member Virginia Legis- 
lature. 

643. * John B. Hart, Albemarle Co. : Merchant. 

644. David Jones, Lynchburg, Va. 

645. Paui. Jones, Lynchburg, Va. 

646. ^Drury Lacy, I>. 1>., Prince Edward Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
North Carolina: Pastor Newbern and Raleigh Churches: President Davidson 
College : Chaplain Confederate States Army : Died Jonesboro, N. C, August 1, 
1884, aged 82. 

647. Robert V. Montague, Cumberland Co. : Albemarle Co. : Farmer. 

648. *Edward H. Moon, Albemarle Co.: Merchant: Farmer: Died 
1857. 

649. *RoBERT S. Moon, Albemarle Co. : Farmer : Ohio. 

650. *Aj^drew Moore, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 567): Lawyer: 
Georgia. 

651. *Matthew Hannah Parry, Rockbridge Co.: Augusta Co.: 
Farmer: Rockbridge Co.: Died June 2, 1873. 

652. ^Alexander H. Price, Richmond, Va. : Died in early life. 

653. * James P. Price, Richmond, Va. : Merchant: Louisville, Ky.: 
Died 1883. 

654. *Samuei. D. Poage, Pocahontas Co.: Farmer: Died 1871. 

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74 Catalogue of Alumni. 

655. *JoHN F. SAI.E, Bedford Co.: Lawyer: Commonwealth's Attorney 
for many years: Died August 8, 1878. 

656. *JoHN BEAI.E Steenbergen, Shenandoah Co. : Farmer : Trader : 
Indiana: California: St. Louis, Mo. : Major U. S. Army: Died October 13, 1862. 

657. ^Samuei. Ij. TAlilAFERRO, Lynchburg, Va. 

658. *JoHN S. TEMPI.E, Hanover Co. 

659. *James WAI.KER, Pendleton District, S. C. : Farmer: Vicksburg, 
Miss. : Died 1863. 

660. -^Thomas P. Watkins, Goochland Co. : Physician : Farmer : Died 
1850. 

661. ^JOHN "Watts, Bedford Co. : Kentucky : Died in early life. 

1820-1821. 

662. *George BAI.D win Augustus, Fort St. Stephen, Ala. : Lawyer : 
Member Alabama Legislature: Noxubee Co., Miss.: Judge Probate Court: Mem- 
ber and President Mississippi State Senate: Died September 20, 1850. 

663. *SlI>NEY S. Baxter, Kockbridge Co.: (Brother of 602): Distin- 
guished lawyer: Richmond, Va. : Attorney-General Virginia, 1835-52: Trustee 
Washington College, 1830-56 : Confederate States Judge : Tazewell Co. : Died 
December, 1879, aged 77. 

664. *James Moore Brown, D. D., Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 106) : 
Presbyterian Minister : Pastor of churches in Berkeley Co. and Charleston, W. Va. : 
Died June 7, 1862. 

665. ^liANDON Carter, Richmond Co. : Lawyer : Farmer : Died in early 
life. 

666. ^CoDRINGTON Carrington, Cumberland Co. : Lawyer : Farmer r 
Died September 10, 1859. 

667. *Samuei. Wilson Carrington, Cumberland Co. : Farmer : Mis- 
sissippi : Died 1852. 

668. ^Samuei. Caruthers, Lexington, Va. : Physician : Fincastle, Va. : 
Holly Springs, Miss. : Surgeon Confederate States Array : Died 1870. 

669. *Chari.ES E. Stuart Fitzhugh, Stafford Co. : Farmer. 

670. *JoHN BEl.riEI.I> Garland, Richmond Co. : Physician : Surgeon 
U. S. Army : Washington City : Fredericksburg, Va. : Died April, 1877, aged 77. 

671. J. W. Kelley, Pittsylvania Co.: Baptist Minister: Kentucky: Dis- 
tinguished Preacher. 

672. John Moore, Rockbridge Co, : Farmer : Missouri. 

673. *JoHN Edmondson McCluer, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: 
Richmond, Va. : Surgeon Confederate States Army: Died November 13, 1873, 
aged 75. 

674. *Ai.EXANl>ER Gallatin McNutt, Rockbridge Co.: Missis- 
sippi : Member Mississippi Senate : Governor Mississippi : Head of the Electoral 
ticket : Died 1850. 

675. ^Washington McCue, Augusta Co. : Physician : Bath Co. : Died 
1838. 

676. William Richardson, A. B., Goochland Co.: Missouri. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 76 

677. *George W. Summers, Kanawha Co. : Lawyer : Member Virginia 
House of Delegates: Member U.S. Congress, 1841-43: Member Virginia Con- 
ventions, 1850-51 and 1861: Judge Circuit Court: Distinguished Orator and 
Statesman: Died 1869. 

678. *NoRBORNE M. TAI.IAFERRO, Lynchburg, Va. : Lawyer : Frank- 
lin Co.: Member Virginia Legislature: Judge Circuit Court and General Court, 
1842-54: Died 1854. 

679. *Al.EXANDER TEMPI.ETON, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Indiana. 

680. *HuGH[ Wilson, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Greenbrier Co., Texas. 

681. ^Philip WlliHAMS, Franklin Co.: Lawyer: St. Louis, Mo.: Died 
1870. 

1821-1822. 

682. *Wli,i.iAM K. Cross, Botetourt Co. : Farmer : Died in early life. 
688. *James Go liD, Rockbridge Co. : Physician: Died 1835. 

684, *JOHN C. HAMI.IN. 

' 685. ■'^JoHN B. Haskins, Brunswick Co. 

686. ^SAMUEIi HairstoN, Henry Co. : Planter : Pittsylvania Co. : Died 
1870. 

687. *Marshai.i. Hairston, Henry Co. : Planter : Died 1882. 

688. *Samuejl Hairston, Franklin Co. : Lowndes Co., Miss. : Planter : 
Died July 8, 1850. 

689. *Thomas Jordan, Botetourt Co. : Died in early life. 

690. ^Alfred Leyburn, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Farmer : Member 
Virginia Legislature: Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1841-78: Rector 
Board of Trustees, 1872-78: Died October 30, 1878. 

691. *James W. Morgan, Lynchburg, Va.: Tobacco Manufacturer: 
Cotton Planter: Member City Council: Died March 27, 1847. 

692. ^Augustus Kuffner, Kanawha Co. : Farmer : Manufacturer : Died 
November, 1857. 

693. *JoHN Nelson Shiei^ds, Rockbridge Co. : Merchant : Richmond, 
Va.': Died August, 1868. 

694. *HuGH Walker, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Rogersville, Tenn. : 
Died September 17, 1866. 

1822-1823. 

695. ^Samuel Bell, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Giles Co. : Died 1838. 

696. *James R. Bell, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Died 1833. 

697. ■'^"William Allen Bell, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Surveyor: Died 
October 23, 1877, aged 74. 

698. Henry Miller Bowyer, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 57) : 
Farmer : Botetourt Co. 

699. *JoHN C. Bowyer, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 698): 
Lawyer : Editor : Winchester, Va. : Washington City : Inspector Postoffice De- 
partment : Died June, 1880. 



76 Catalogue of Alumni. 

700. *Kai.EIGH T. Brown, Fredericksburg, Va. : Physician : Died 1859. 

701. ^Charles Fenei^ON CAMPBEi^Ii, A. B., Kockbridge Co.: (Son 
of 60) : Kipley, Ohio : Georgetown : Lawyer : Editor : Probate Judge : Died 
August 2, 1864. 

702. *Joh:n Stephen Bi.AIN, Rockingham Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor churches in Randolph Co., Augusta Co. and Bath Co, : Died October 8, 
1872. 

703. *JoHN A. Crawford, Augusta Co. 

704. *Wli:ililAM McDow^El.1. Goilb, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Mem- 
ber Virginia Legislature : Died 1857. 

705. *Henry E. Guerrant, Kanawha Co.: Physician: Kentucky: 
Died 1850. 

706. •^Archibai.d Graham, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 65) : 
Physician: Postmaster, Lexington, Va., 1840-49: President Board of Public 
Works: Member Virginia Legislature : Died August 16, 1880, aged 76. 

707. *JoHN M. KiNNEAR, Rockbridge Co. : Saline Co., Mo. : Eminent 
Physician : Died August 28, 1838. 

708. ^ James G. IjYL.E, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Georgia: We- 
tumpka, Ala: Died September 29, 1827. 

709. ^George W. McChesney, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Merchant: 
Roanoke Co. : Texas : Died 1867. 

710. *HuGH W. Mackey, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Died 1866. 

711. LjIL-BURN R. RAIIiEY, Albemarle Co. : Farmer. 

712. *Zechariah Johnston "White, Rockbridge Co.: Merchant: 
Aberdeen, Miss.: Rockbridge Co.: Sheriff Rockbridge : Died April 20, 1871, 
aged 71. 

713. Thomas "Walker. 

1823-1824. 

714. ^Francis Dutton, Colchester, Conn. : Presbyterian Minister: Point 
Pleasant : Died August 15, 1839. 

715. ^Carter Braxton Harrison, Charles City Co.: Farmer: Died 
January 15, 1834. 

716. ^Nathan Mili^er, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Tutor Washington 
College. 

717. ^HUGHART S. Montgomery, Augusta Co.: (Brother of 476): 
Physician : Manufacturer : Died October 24, 1844. 

718. CAI.VIN Li. Perry. 

719. ^AxBERT G. Smith, Lunenburg Co.: Physician: Pittsylvania Co.: 
Alabama: Died 1851. 

1824-1825. 

720. *"Wii.i.iAM Dandridge Alexander, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
(Son of 54) : Meriwether Co., Ga. : Lawyer: Member Georgia House of Repre- 
sentatives: Member Georgia Senate: Circuit Judge: Pike Co., Ga. : Planter: 
Member Georgia Convention, 1865: Died at Griffin, Ga., November 15, 1879. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 77 

721. WliiiiiAM C. AxiiEN, Augusta Co.: Tennessee. 

722. Arthur L.. Barnes. 

723. Samuel Wii^son Blain, A. B., Kockbridge Co.: (Son of 105): 
Lawyer : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor churches in Virginia and Kentucky : 
Teacher : Chaplain C. S. Army : Louisville, Ky. 

724. "^Frederick M. Cabeili., Nelson Co.: Farmer: Member Virginia 
House of Delegates : Member Virginia Senate : Member Virginia Convention, 
1861 : Died March 2, 1873. 

725. ^Samueil R. CampbE!.!., A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Physician: 
Paducah, Ky. : Surgeon Confederate States Army: Died in service, 1861. 

726. *Wil.i.iAM G. Campbei-I., A. B., Eockbridge Co.: (Brother of 
725) : Teacher : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor churches in Monroe Co., Bath 
Co. and Augusta Co. : Harrisonburg, Va. : Died August 3, 1881, aged 82. 

727. ^Wil.LiAM M. CAMPBEtl., A. B., Eockbridge Co.: (Son of 60) : 
Lawyer: St. Charles, Mo.: Member Missouri House of Delegates, 1831-35: 
Member Missouri Senate, 1835-45, 1847-50: Member Missouri Convention: St. 
Louis : Editor Evening Gazette : Lawyer and Statesman of eminent ability : Died 
1850. 

728. *Washington Crawford, Augusta Co. : Died 1825, 

729. *Ai:.EXAN»ER GotD, Eockbridge Co. 

730. -^David Gardiner Houston, A. B., Eockbridge Co.: Physi- 
cian: Died September 18, 1864. 

731. John Paris Hudson, A. B., Augusta Co.: Adjunct Professor 
Washington College, 1825-28: Presbyterian Minister : Pennsylvania: Principal 
Turlettville Academy: Principal McEwensville Academy: Pastor churches in 
Pennsylvania : Williamsport, Pa. 

732. ■'Thomas A. IjATHAM:, Bedford Co. : Georgia : Distinguished 
Lawyer : Died December, 1867. 

733. *Wii.i.iAM Swan Plumer, A. B., I>. I>., IjIj. D., Beaver Co., 
Pa. : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Churches in Danville, Charlotte Co., Peters- 
burg and Eichmond, Va., in Baltimore, Md., in Alleghany City, Philadelphia 
and Pottsville, Penn. : Professor Theological Seminaries, Alleghany City, Pa., 
and Columbia, S. C. : Distinguished Preacher, Orator, Author, and Commentator : 
Died October 22, 1880, aged 78. 

734. Thomas li. Preston, Washington Co. : Smyth Co. : Member Vir- 
ginia Legislature : Charlottesville, Va. : Eector University of Virginia. 

735. *Samuel Wai.i.ACE Kuff, A. B., Eockbridge Co.: Physician: 
Surgeon U. S. Navy, and in charge of Mediterranean Squadron : Surgeon U. S, 
Marine Hospital at New Orleans, La., where he died of yellow fever, October, 
1841. 

736. *AxFRED G. W. SniEIiDS, Cumberland Co. : Physician. 

737. -^George Baxter Tate, Augusta Co. : Merchant : Died 1836. 

738. *James Alexander Turner, Eockbridge Co. : (Son of 213) : 
Merchant : Planter : Alabama : Atlanta, Ga. : Died September 19, 1872. 

739. *Adoi.phus G. Weir, Eockbridge Co.: Columbus, Miss.: U. S. 
Marshall, Texas. 

740. *Isaac N. White, Eockbridge Co. 



78 Catalogue of Alumni. 

741. ^Edward C. Wii^kinsON, Charles City Co.: Distinguished lawyer: 
Natchez, Miss.: Yazoo City: Member Mississippi Legislature: Judge Circuit and 
Supreme Courts of Mississippi. 

1825-1826. 

742. *WlliI,lAM N. Anderson, Botetourt Co.: Physician: Lewisburg, 
Va. : Died 1868. 

743. *Henry Bro"WN, Kockbridge Co. : (Brother of 664) : Presbyterian 
Minister : Pastor of churches in Virginia, Tennessee and Florida : Chaplain Con 
federate States Army: Marlin, Texas: Died January 14, 1881. 

744. *JoHN Breckenridge, Botetourt Co. : (Brother of 541 ) : Lawyer : 
Farmer : Died 1842. 

745. *JoHN J. Craig, A. B., Staunton, Va., Lawyer: Member Virginia 
House of Delegates: Died January, 1838. 

746. *Archibai.i> Alexander Caruthers, Kockbridge Co. : Civil 
engineer on James River Canal : Died at Columbia, 1836. 

747. * Joseph Drake, Tennessee: Lawyer: Carrollton, Miss.: Planter: 
Member Mississippi House of Representatives : Probate Judge of Carroll Co., 
1855-61: Colonel Fourth Mississippi Regiment, Confederate States Army: Mem- 
ber Mississippi Senate : Died October 24, 1878. 

748. N. D. E1.1.IS, Franklin Co., Ala. 

749. William li. Griffin, Botetourt Co. 

750. ^William H. Garber, Staunton, Va. : Hotel-Keeper: Aberdeen, 
Miss.: Died January, 1876. 

751. -^Joseph R. Gibson, Savannah : Died July 31, 1831. 

752. *Matthew Hale Houston, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: "Wheeling: 
Richmond City : Distinguished Physician : Surgeon Confederate States Army : 
Died February 26, 1877. 

753. William H. Harris, Nelson Co. : Farmer : Albemarle Co. 

755. *JoHN W. Jordan, Rockbridge Co. : Manufacturer : Died February, 
1883. 

756. *Ajf DREW F. Jordan, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 509) : Columbus, 
Miss.: Cashier Commercial Bank: Mobile, Ala.: Postmaster of Mobile. 

757. ^Andrew Y. Lockridge, Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor churches in North Carolina and Georgia : Ringgold, Ga. : Died January 
13, 1876. 

758. ^Jacob Michaux, Powhatan Co. 

759. G. W. Matheny, Oglethorpe, Ga. 

760. ^Yelvertqn N. Oliver, Roanoke Co. : Farmer : Died 1859. 

761. -^Archibald Hays Paxton, Rockbridge Co. : Prominent Lawyer : 
Lexington, Miss.: Member Mississippi Legislature: Died 1839. 

762. *Tyree Rhodes, Albemarle Co. : Physician : Ralls Co., Mo. 

763. *JoHN A. Smith, Lunenburg Co.: Lawyer: Farmer: Texas: Mis- 
souri: Died 1869. 

764. *WlLLlAM C. Tate, Burke Co., N. C : Physician. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 79 

765. ^AXEXANDEK S. Trotter, Lexington, Ky.: Lawyer: Died 1876. 

766. *MlCHAEl. Woods, Nelson Co. : Died in early life. 



1826-1827. 

767. "WiiLliiAM IjYI.e Alexander, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 154): 
Alleghany Co. : Manufacturer : Botetourt Co. . 

768. * Joseph A. Baxter, Rockingham Co.: Physician: Columbus, 
Ind.: Died January 12, 1839. . 

769. *IjUCIEN Bowyer, Botetourt Co. : Died in early life. 

770. *Cl.IFFORD CABEtl., Buckingham Co.: Distinguished Physician: 
Died September 18, 1871. 

771. Edmund Winston Cabeili., Buckingham Co.: Farmer. 

772. * Joseph A. Cowan, A. B., Staunton, Va. : Physician: Arkansas: 
Died 1833. 

773. David HoIiMES Coiner, Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Hardy Co. : Indiana : Eden Village, Ohio : Teacher : Chaplain U. S. Army. 

774. ^WlIililAM Li. Davidson, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 278) : Physician: 
Died 1830. 

775. WlLIilAM Peter Epps, Lunenburg Co. : Planter. 

776. *JoHN King Edmondson, Montgomery Co. : Farmer : Nashville, 
Tenn. : Sheriff of Davidson Co. : Died 1876. 

777. George K. Gibson, A. B., Montgomery Co.: Farmer. 

778. *KlCHARD T. Gibson, Savannah, Ga. : Lawyer : Judge City Court : 
Treasurer of Savannah: Died October 11, 1872. 

779. ^Robert C. Harrison, Fayette Co., Ky. : Saline Co., Mo. : Mem- 
ber Missouri Senate : Died 1861. 

780. Skiver G. Harris, Nelson Co. : Farmer. 

781. ^James li. Jordan, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 755) : Manufac- 
turer : Died 1861. 

782. ^George W. LiEYBURN, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 690) : Presby- 
terian Minister : Pastor of churches in Virginia and Tennessee : Missionary to 
Greece : Died at Salonica, Macedonia, August 14, 1875. 

783. Thomas J. li. Lindsay, Davidson Co., N. C. 

784. George W. Mayers, Franklin Co., Ala. 

785. John T. Maupin, Albemarle Co. 

786. *CHARliES G. Massie, Albemarle Co.: Farmer: Died June 30, 
1837. 

787. ^Robert S. Means, A. B., Cabarrus Co., N. C. : Physician: Died 
1836. 

788. * James Wilson Mc Clung, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Died 
January 27, 1874. 

789. "^JoHN S. McCuTCHAN, Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor of churches in North Car'olina: Died at Salem, Va., June 29, 1848. 

790. *KoBERT W. McCjlanahan, Roanoke Co.: Lawyer: Kanawha: 
Died 1840. 



80 Catalogue of Alumni. 

791. "^James a. McEi^henNY, Greenbrier Co: (Son of 247) : Lawyer of 
brilliant parts : Died 1835. 

792. ^Joseph: P. McNutt, Rockbridge Co.: Vicksburg, Miss.: Distin- 
guished lawyer and advocate: Died 1833. 

793. *AxEXANDER B. McCoRKi^E, Eockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Min- 
ister: Pastor of churches in Virginia and Alabama: Died September, 1886. 

794. Thomas Stanhope McClelland, Nelson Co. : Buckingham Co. : 
Lawyer: Farmer. 

795. *MoSES H. McCuE, Augusta Co.: Many years High Sheriff of 
Augusta Co.: Calloway Co., Mo.: Died February 7, 1885. 

796. ^Edward Moore, Eockbridge Co.: '(Brother of 567) : Died March 
30, 1830. 

797. ^Alexander Mosely, Buckingham Co.: Planter: Editor Eich- 
mond Whig: Brilliant writer: Died 1881. 

798. * James Paine, A. B., Eockbridge Co.: Presbyterian Minister; 
Teacher : Pastor churches in Virginia and Tennessee : Somerville, Tenn. : Died 
April 7, 1860. 

799. *James Robinson, A. B., Albemarle Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Amelia Co. : Died at Prince Edward C. PL, July 29, 1829. 

800. George G. Scott, Bedford Co. 

801. ^Christopher C. Scott, Greensboro, Ala.: Lawyer: Gainesville, 
Ala. : Camden, Ark. : Judge of Supreme Court of Arkansas fifteen years : Died 
1859. 

802. *I>AVII> A. Street, A. B., Lunenburg Co.: Lawyer: Tennessee: 
Died 1854. 

803. Henry S. Tayi^oR, Washington Co. : Merchant : Columbus, Miss. : 
Gallatin, Tenn. 

804. *JoHN McCandless Taylor, Montgomery Co.: Farmer: Died 
in early life. 

805. *WiLLlAM E. Walkup, a. B., Eockbridge Co.: Botetourt Co.: 
Physician: Farmer: Died November, 1883. 

806. *JoHN M. Wilson, Charlotte, N. C. : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor 
of Churches in Iredell and Burke Counties, N. C, and San Antonio, Texas: 
Died 1882. 

807. *JoSEPH Harvey Wilson, Charlotte, N. C. : Distinguished Law- 
yer: Member and Speaker Nortli Carolina Senate: Died September 13, 1884. 

808. *JoHN White, Eockbridge Co. : Died in early life. 

809. Arthur H. Watts, A. B., Bedford Co.: Farmer: Eoss Co., Ohio. 

810. ^HuGH H. Weir, Eockbridge Co. : Physician : Shingals, Miss. : Died 
December 25, 1858. 

1827-1828. 

811. ^Francis T. Anderson, A. B., Botetourt Co.: Lawyer: Eock- 
bridge Co. : Member Virginia House of Delegates : Judge Supreme Court of 
Appeals: Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1853-87: Eector of Board 
of Trustees, 1879-87 : Died in Lexington, Va., November 30, 1887, aged 79. 



1JNI7ERSIT 

Catalogue of ^^^^^^jf^vT^^ 

812. ^Benjamin Franki^in Caruthers, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
Lawyer : Wytheville, Va. : Carrollton, Miss. : District Attorney of Carroll Co. : 
Judge Circuit Court: Died 1855. 

813. ^Joseph Dettor, Albemarle Co.: Farmer: Methodist Minister: 
Eockingham Co. : Died September 16, 1874. 

814. * James 1>. Davidson, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 774) : 
Lawyer: Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1858-1882: Died October 14, 
1882. 

815. ^David H. Finley, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Died May 13, 1831. 

816. ^Edward Graham, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 706): 
Theological student : Died in early life. 

817. *Peter H. GotlLADAY, A. B., Augusta Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor of churches in Virginia and Ohio : Harrison Co., Ohio : Died October 18, 
1883. 

818. *JoHN M. Johnston, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Physician : Hills- 
boro', Ohio : County Treasurer : Member Ohio Senate : Died 1880. 

819. *Wltl.lAM JLyle Keys, A. B., Hillsboro', Ohio: Presbyterian 
Minister: Died 1849. 

820. *Wii.LiAM A. LiYLE, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 566) : Lawyer: 
Staunton, Va. : Died November, 1831. 

821. *JoHN B. liYLE, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 820) : Merchant: Died 
1858. 

822. SEDtEY M. Lynch, Monticello, Miss : Planter : Holmes Co. 

823. *Henry C. McCjlung, Rockbridge Co. : Texas : Steamboat captain : 
Died at Houston, September 13, 1838. 

824. ^Socrates Maupin, A. B., TiL. I>., Albemarle Co.: Physician: 
Professor Medical College, Richmond City : Professor Chemistry University of 
Virginia: Chairman of Faculty of the University of Virginia: Died 1872. 

825. *WiJLLlAM Washington Page, Albemarle Co.: Merchant: 
Teacher : Adair Co., Ky. : Died 1878. 

826. *I>AVID C. Parry, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 651) : Physician: 
Indiana: Died 1835. 

827. John T. L.. Preston, A. B., LL. D., Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 
134) : Professor of Languages and Rhetoric, Virginia Military Institute, 1839-82. 

828. *JoHN RUEF, Baltimore, Md. : Vicksburg, Miss. : Merchant : Died of 
yellow fever, 1850. 

829. George W. Terrili., Granville Co., N. C. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor of Churches in Granville and Caswell. 

830. Robert Weir, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Columbus, Miss. : 
Memphis, Tenn. 

1828-1829. 

831. *J. Aylette Alexander, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 
720). 

832. *Archibai.i> Macon Ai.exani>er, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 
831). 



82 Catalogue of Alumni. 

833. * Joseph Fleming Baxter, Eockbridge Co.: (Brother of 663): 
Presbyterian Minister: Pastor of Churches in Virginia: Died at Amherst C. H., 
March 22, 1845. 

834. * Joseph Ebwin, Burke Co., N. C. : Farmer : Clerk Superior Court : 
Died January, 1881. 

835. James Harvey Erwin Greeni.ee, Burke Co., N. C. : McDowell 
Co. : Farmer. 

836. William Gaines, Charlotte Co. : Planter. 

837. ^Robert M. Hudson, A. B., Augusta Co.:' Lawyer: Botetourt 
Co.: Member Virginia House of Delegates : Judge Circuit Court, 1853-69 : Died 
April 19, 1869. 

838. William Bell Kayser, A. B., Alleghany Co.: Lawyer: Staun- 
ton, Va. 

839. William H. Mayhew, New York. 

840. *James M. McCluer, Rockbridge Co. : Died in early life. 

841. James T. McLjAUGHLIN, Eockbridge Co. : Baptist Minister : Hali- 
fax Co. : Lynchburg, Va. 

842. -^Benjamin Franklin McNutt, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: 
Mississippi: Shipwrecked ofFTampico, Mexico, 1834. 

843. Henry H. Paine, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 798) : Presby- 
terian Minister: Pastor churches in Botetourt Co., Va., and Holly Springs, Miss. : 
Principal Holly Springs Female College: Teacher in Memphis, Tenn.: Texas. 

844. *Peyton Rice, Charlotte Co.: Farmer: Died October, 1869. 

845. *Jacob M. Ruff, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 735) : Manu- 
facturer : Merchant : President North River Navigation Co. : Proctor Washington 
College, 1837-47 : Paris, Texas : Died July 30, 1876. 

846. Joseph Thompson, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Memphis, Tenn. 



1829-1830. 

847. *JoHN H. Bell, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 695) : Physician : 
Teacher: Botetourt Co. : Died September, 1877. 

848. * Joseph Brown, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 664) : Pres- 
byterian Minister : Teacher : Pastor churches in Virginia, Mississippi and Flor- 
ida : Died at Bayou, Texas, February 14, 1880. 

849. Samuel Brown, A. B., D. D., Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 848) : 
Presbyterian Minister : Pastor churches in Bath and Rockbridge : Stated Clerk 
of Presbytery of Lexington : Bath Co. 

850. William Brown, A. B., D. D., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 
S49) : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Augusta Church, 1836-60 : Editor Central 
Presbyterian: Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1853- : Florida. 

851. -^Samuel Davis Campbell, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 60) : 
Presbyterian Minister : Pastor churches in Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia, Ala- 
bama and Florida. Died at Geneva, Ala., 1863. 

852. ^William Clarke, A. B., Staunton, Va.: Physician: Died January 
20, 1858. 



Catalogue of Alxjmni. 83 

853. *Olifton GARliAND HiLt, Bedford Co. : Lawyer : Craig Co. : 
Sheriff: Clerk Circuit and County Courts : Commonwealth's Attorney : Died Sep- 
tember 11, 1881. 

854. *WlLi.lAM Moore, Kockbridge Co.: (Brother of 650) : Georgia: Died 
in early life. 

855. -5^ James A. Mc Clung, Staunton, Va. : Hotel-Keeper : Captain Con- 
federate States Army: Died December, 1870. 

856. ^William Newton Morrison, A. B., Cabarrus Co., N. C: 
Presbyterian Minister: Pastor churches in North Carolina: Died January 2, 
1885, aged 75. 

857. *Wli.mAM H. Paxton, A. B., Kockbridge Co.: Lawyer: New 
Orleans: Died 1868. 

858. -^William Thompson, A. B., Kockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Paris, 
Texas: Died 1853. 

859. Benjamin R. "Wardlaw, Kockbridge Co.: Surveyor and Engi- 
neer : St. Charles Co., Mo. : Assistant U. S. Surveyor : California. 



1830-1831. 

860. Andrew J. BowiiES, Bedford Co. 

861. James H. Bowles, Bedford Co. 

862. "^JSdward G. Caruthers, Rockbridge Co. : Merchant : Teacher : 
Principal Ann Smith Academy: Died 1848. 

863. John Leyburn, I). I>., Kockbridge Co.: (Brother of 782) : Presby- 
terian Minister : Pastor churches in Petersburg and Baltimore : Editor Phila- 
delphia Presbyterian : Secretary Board of Publication : Baltimore, Md. 

864. *Wiiii.iAM Massie, Nelson Co. : Died in early life. 

865. -^Henry Massie, Alleghany Co. : Albemarle Co. : Postmaster Char- 
lottesville : Died 1878. 

866. *Thomas J. Massie, Nelson Co. : Lawyer : Farmer : County Court 
Clerk of Nelson : Died 1878. 

867. *JoHN Mackey, Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer : Mississippi. 

868. ^Reuben A. McNutt, Kockbridge Co. : Tutor Washington College, 
1832-3- : Teacher : Harrisonburg, Va. : Alabama. 

869. ^William H. Rhodes, Nelson Co.: Died 1840. 

870. William H. Seabrook, Rockbridge Co. 

871. *JoHN Edwin Taliaferro, Amherst Co.: Lawyer: CarroUton, 
Miss. : Member Mississippi Senate. 

872. James W. Warwick, Bath Co.: Farmer: Judge County Court of 
Bath and Highland. 

1831-1832. 

873. Bernard Austin, Buckingham Co. : Farmer. 

874. Thomas Adams, Lunenburg Co. : Farmer : Methodist Minister. 

875. *JoHN C. Black WELL, I>. !>., Lunenberg Co.: Methodist Min- 
ister: Principal Buckingham Female College: Died February 21, 1885. 



84 Catalogue of Alumni. 

876. NlCHOIiAS H. Burks, Botetourt Co. : Physician : Bedford Co, 

877. *Thom AS J. Campbeill, Kockbridge Co. : Teacher : Amherst Co. : 
Died 1844. 

878. ^Augustus A. Calwell, Greenbrier Co. 

879. *AxFREi> A. Cai^TVELI., Greenbrier Co.: (Brother of 878). 

880. Bedford Calwei.!., Greenbrier Co.: (Brother of 879). 

881. *Edward S. Calweli., Greenbrier Co.: (Brother of 880): Hotel- 
keeper: Died 1878. 

882. *Franki.in Rush Christian, Augusta Co.: Tuscumbia, Ala.: 
Lawyer: Cotton Merchant: Died January 19, 1842. 

883. ■^Wii.i.iAM Fitzgerald, Nelson Co, : Farmer : Died 1862. 

884. ^"WlliLlAM FlNLEY, Augusta Co. : Lawyer : Holly Springs, Miss. 

885. Alexander M. Garber, Staunton, Va. : Physician : Livingston, 
Ala. 

886. ^Hudson Stapleton Garland, Nelson Co.: Lawyer: Clarkes- 
ville, Tenn. : Died May, 1845. 

887. Samuel Gold, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer. 

888. ^Algernon Sidney Gray, Rockingham Co.: Lawyer: Member 
Virginia Convention, 1861 : U. S. Marshal : Died 1875. 

889. *JoHN Woods Harris, Nelson Co.: Lawyer: Texas: Member 
Texas Legislature: Judge: Attorney General, Texas: Codifier of Laws: Died 
April 1, 1887. 

890. ^Thomas Harvey L^aird, Rockbridge Co.: Boydton, Va.: Dis- 
tinguished Physician: Died 1838. 

891. Robert Emmet Manson, Bedford Co.: (Son of 125): Lawyer: 
Lexington, Va. : Lynchburg, Va. 

892. ^Robert T. Marshall, Lunenburg Co.: Physician: Druggist: 
Member Virginia Legislature : Lexington, Va. : Athens, Tenn. : luka, Miss. : 
Died 1882. 

893. ^Samuel Miller, Rockingham Co. : Physician : Little Rock, Ark. : 
Died in early life. 

894. *JoHN W. McClung, Greenbrier Co. : Died May, 1834. 

895. *James F. Preston, Montgomery Co.: Farmer: Captain First 
Virginia Volunteers in Mexican War : Member Virginia Legislature : Colonel 
Fourth Virginia Regiment Confederate States Army : Distinguished in battle of 
Manassas for coolness and gallantry: Died January, 1862, from disease con- 
tracted in Confederate States service. 

896. *George Seawright, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Died February 22, 
1887. 

897. ^Philip Samuel Clayton Strother, Culpeper Co. : Green- 
ville, Ala.: Distinguished lawyer: Editor: Died 1851. 

898. John A. Stuart, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Butler Co., Kan. 

899. -^William Steen, Bedford Co. : Mississippi : Died in early life. 

900. James R. Truehart, Richmond, Va. 

901. ^Samuel Wallace, Rockbridge Co. : Republic of Texas : Captain 
Texas Army under Col. Fanning : Surrendered at Goliad, March 27, 1836, after 
a desperate struggle of two days, and shot by the Mexican general, Urrea, along 
with 356 other prisoners : Of adventurous spirit and dauntless courage. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 85 

902. *Er)WAKI> B. Woods, Versailles, Ky. : Lawyer : Kepublic of Texas : 
Major Texan Army and Aid to Gen. Sherman in Battle of San Jacinto : Secretary 
of General Council of Texas: Died 1836. 

903. *JoHN S. Woods, Albemarle Co. : Lawyer : Helena, Ark. : Died 
1858. 

1832-1833. 

904. *Henry Anthony, Campbell Co. : Lawyer of brilliant parts : Died 
in early life. 

905. *Thomas J. Beirne, Monroe Co.: St. Louis, Mo.: Distinguished 
Lawyer: Died 1864. 

906. ^Charles Li. Bowyer, Koanoke Co.: Lawyer: St. Louis, Mo.: 
Died in early life. 

907. Seeden M. Burton, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 387) : Mississippi : 
Arkansas : California : Distinguished Physician. 

908. Edtyard Carrington Cabeli., Richmond City : Lawyer : Mem- 
ber Virginia Legislature: Florida: Member U. S. Congress: St. Louis, Mo.: 
Member Missouri Legislature. 

909. John Grattan CABEiLli, Richmond, Va. : Ph3'sician: Major of 
Cavalry, Confederate States Army : President Richmond Board of Health. 

910.* *James S. Cali^WAY, Franklin Co.: Died May 16, 1874. 

911. *James Li. Carrington, Cumberland Co. : Fluvanna Co. : Farmer. 

912. Hill Carter, Amherst Co.: Teacher: North Carolina. 

913. *James K. Caskie, Lynchburg, Va. : Richmond City: Merchant: 
Recorder : Member City Council : Presiding Justice Hustings Court : Died Sep- 
tember, 1868. 

914. William L. Cook, Bedford Co. 

915. Robert J. L>AVIS, Lynchburg, Va. : Lawyer : Member Virginia Leg- 
islature. 

916. *Alexander Erskine, Monroe Co.: Died 1851. 

917. ^Philander Davidson Ewing, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 282): 
Canton, Miss. : Physician : Member Mississippi Legislature : Died March 27, 
1856. 

918. John A. B. Garland, Amherst Co.: Merchant: Paymaster Vir- 
ginia & Tennessee R. R. Co. : Selma, Ala. 

* 919. *John Richard Crutchfield Garland, Nelson Co. : Law- 
yer : Lynchburg, Va. : New York City : Engineer and superintendent Dauphin 
Coal Mines: Banker: Died December 23, 1876. 

920. ^Thomas R. Gilmore, Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Died 1835. 

921. *JoSEPH Gilmore, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 920): Farmer: 
Member Virginia House of Delegates: Died January, 1863. 

922. ^Clifton Harris, Albemarle Co. : Died while a student, 1833. 

923. *James G. Hamilton, Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer: Chicago. 

924. William Holt. 

925. *RoBERT H. Kinney, Staunton, Va. : Engineer : Lieutenant First 
Virginia Regiment Volunteers in Mexican War : Kentucky : Died 1882. 



86 Catalogite of Alumni. 

926. ^JoHN IjETCHER, Lexington, Va. : Lawyer : Presidential elector : 
Member U. S. Congress, 1851-59 : Governor Virginia, 1860-64 : Member Virginia 
House of Delegates, 1875-77 : Distinguished for administrative ability, industry 
and sturdy honesty : Died January 26, 1884. 

927. ^WlLl.iAM A. McClung, Lexington, Va. : Staunton, Va. : Mobile^ 
Ala: Clerk: Died July 5, 1853. 

928. *Andrew Woodro W McDoweix, Komney, Va. : Lawyer : Died 
1847. 

929. Edttard C. MARSHAIiL, Versailles, Ky. : San Francisco, Cal. : 
Member U. S. Congress : Attorney General of California. 

930. ^Jefferson M. Neville, Nelson Co. : Died in early life. 

931. ^Alexander McNutt Paxton, Rockbridge Co.: Vicksburg,. 
Miss.: Lawyer: Major Confederate States Army : Died June, 1886. 

932. James H. Paxton, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Teacher : Farmer : 
Member Virginia Senate 1851-59. 

933. William M. Tate, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Member Virginia House of 
Delegates : Major Confederate States Army : Trustee Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity 1856- . 

934. -^Henry Porterfield Taylor, Richmond City : Teacher : Died 
1887, aged 70. 

935. James Lewis Woodville, Botetourt Co.: Physician: Surgeon 
Confederate States Army : Sweet Springs, Monroe Co. 

936. ^Joseph Wilson, Augusta Co.: Physician: Died July 1, 1881. 

937. John Frank Wilson, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer. 

1833-1834. 

938. Francis Bell, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Pulaski Co. 

939. *JoHN N. Caskie, Lynchburg, Va. : (Brother of 913). 

940. *Edwari> Echols, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer : Merchant. 

941. -^Waller Massie, Nelson Co. : Chillicothe, Ohio : Died July 4, 1856. 



1834-1835. 

942. ^Michael M. Bowyer, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 57). 

943. *GlLBERT Paul Carrington, Cumberland Co.: Lawyer: Farmer:' 
De Soto Co., Miss. : Member Mississippi Legislature, 1873-81 : Died March, 188L 

944. ^Ferdinand Li. Claiborne, Franklin Co : Lawyer: Merchant: 
Baltimore: Died 1862. 

945. *James S. GrigsBY, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer : Mercer Co. : Wash- 
ington Co. : Died August 10, 1872. 

946. *JoHN Warren Grigsby, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 945) r 
Lawyer: Consul to Bordeaux: Danville, Ky.: Brigadier-General Confederate 
States Army: Member Kentucky Legislature, 1873-81: Died January 14, 1877. 

947. *JoHN E. Lewis, Mason Co.: (Son of 186): Greenbrier Co.: Editor: 
Sheriff Greenbrier: Died 1870. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 87 



1835-1836. 



948. *James Hubbard Bowyer, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 942) : 
Farmer: Abeline, Texas: Died January 19, 1886. 

949. *Thomas G. Burks, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Died 1861. 

950. Joseph Mayo Carrington, Richmond City. 

951. ^JOHN M. CoL,EMAN, Spotsylvania Co.: St. Louis, Mo.: Farmer: 
Died 1851. 

952. *Gen. AI.EXANDER H. Davidson, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 
814): Indianapolis, Ind.: Died March 28, 1868. 

953. Robert Joseph Echols, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 940) : Mer- 
chant : Farmer : Major Confederate States Army : Balcony Falls. 

954. ^Thomas Griffin, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Brownsburg, Ind. t 
Died 1850. 

• 955. *Jacquei.IN A. Grigsby, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 118): Teacher: 
Died September 29, 1866. 

956. Andrew Jackson Gai^braith, Rockbridge Co. 

957. John Marshall McCuE, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Member Virginia 
Legislature: Presiding Justice Augusta Co. 

958. John A. Paxton, Rockbridge Co.: Merchant: Texas: California: 
Banker. 

959. Andrew Jackson Paxton, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 931): 
Lawyer: Jackson, Miss.: Washington Co., Miss.: Planter: Major Confederate 
States Army. 

960. ^ John Holt KlCE,I>.I>., Princeton, N.J. : Lawyer: Presbyterian 
Minister : Pastor Churches in Florida, Louisiana, Kentucky, Virginia and Ten- 
nessee: Editor N. A. Protestant: Presbyterian Index: Died September 7, 1878. 

961. William Kusmisel, Augusta Co.: Lutheran Minister: Shenan- 
doah Co. 

962. * James McDowell Taylor, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Mem- 
ber Virginia Legislature, 1853-55, 1865-67 : Lexington, Va. : Died January 24^ 
1888. 

963. ^Robert J. Taylor, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 962) : Lawyer : 
Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Churches in Portsmouth, Va., and Rockbridge Co. : 
Died April 7, 1873. 

964. ^Calvin S. Weir, Mecklenburg Co., N. C. : Physician: Planter: 
Tennessee : Died 1859. 

1836-1837. 

965. *JoHN A. Black, Rockbridge Co. : Teacher: Alleghany Co. : Mon- 
roe Co. : Died 1864. 

966. ^Benjamin Li. Brow^n, Augusta Co. : (Son of 360) : Physician : 
Christiansburg, Va.: St. Louis, Mo. 

967. Charles F. Caruthers, New Orleans, La.: (Son of 441): Cotton 
Merchant. 



88 Catalogue of Alumni. 

968. ^Alexander McDonai^d Cowan, Staunton, Va. : (Brother of 
772) : Farmville, Va. : Mayor of Farmville: Editor: Died July 16, 1887. 

969. *Charles Baker Davidson, D. D., Kockbridge Co. : (Brother 
of 814) : Indiana: Episcopal clergyman: Rector St. John's Church, Cincinnati: 
Died October 5, 1874. 

970. NlCHOliAS F. FiTZHUGH, Kanawha Co. : Lawyer : Member Virginia 
Legislature : Major Confederate States Army : Member West Virginia Conven- 
tion : Presidential elector. 

971. Jacob Fuller, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Principal Preparatory De- 
partment Washington College, 1838-42 : Tutor, 1866-7 : Teacher Lexington 
Classical School : Secretary Board of Trustees Washington and Lee University, 
1871- : Librarian Washington and Lee University, 1883- . 

972. Joseph Grove, Augusta Co: Farmer: Missouri. 

973. John C. Hunter, Greenbrier Co. : Teacher. 

974. Joseph P. Logan, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 187): Atlanta, Ga. : 
Physician : Member Georgia Convention : Surgeon Confederate States Army : 
Baltimore, Md. : Professor Washington University: Atlanta, Ga. : Professor of 
Physiology, Atlanta Medical College : Member Georgia Board of Health : Presi- 
dent Georgia Medical Society : Vice-President American Medical Association. 

975. ^Constance W. Newkirk, Philadelphia: Manufacturer: Died 
January 3, 1872. 

976. William A. No yes, Kanawha Co.: Farmer: Roane Co. 

977. * John Paris, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Clerk Court of Appeals : Presi- 
dent Board of Supervisors : Died May 12, 1883. 

978. *WlLLlAM N. Patton, Bath Co. : Distinguished Physician : Lewis- 
burg, Va. : Died October 12, 1853. 

979. *James Putney, Kanawha Co.: Physician: Surgeon U. S. Army: 
Died 1874. 

980. Peter G. Price, Franklin Co. : Farmer. 

981. Dickinson Shrewsbury, Kanawha Co. : Farmer. 

982. *Charles Roane Smith, Botetourt Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Pastor Churches in North Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi : Died at Grenada 
February 4, 1872. 

983. Alexander Trimble Steele, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 532) : 
Lawyer: New Orleans. 

984. * James Alexander Wad dell, Augusta Co. : Distinguished Phy- 
sician : Surgeon Confederate States Army : Died July 23, 1883. 

985. Porter Wallace, Augusta Co. : Nelson Co. : Physician. 

986. ^Samuel Wallace, Augusta Co.: Monroe Co.: Farmer: Died 
1879. 

987. *James C. Walker, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Chattanooga, 
Tenn. : Died December 14, 1862. 

988. ^Nelson S. Waller, Spotsylvania Co. : Physician : Died 1868. 

989. B. C. Watkins, Cumberland Co. : Farmer. 

990. ^Pembroke E. Waugh, Amherst Co. : Farmer : Died November, 
1885. 



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1837-1838. 



991. John W. Akmistead, Paugh Creek. 

992. J. W. BiNFORD, Prince Edward Co. : Tennessee : Farmer. 

993. *Alexander Shiei^ds Cummings, Lexington, Va. : Died October 
16, 1840. 

994. *JoHN W. CUKKY, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Died 1860. 

995. Nathaniel C. Claiborne, Franklin Co.: (Brother of 944): Law- 
yer: Member Virginia Legislature: Jackson Co., Mo.: Member Missouri Legis- 
lature: St. Louis, Mo. 

996. Charles C. Francisco, Bath Co.: Farmer: Augusta Co.: 
Bath Co. 

997. Benjamin P. Hoomes, Culpeper Co. 

998. *JoHN A. Hunter, Greenbrier Co. : Distinguished Physician: Sur- 
geon C. S. A. : Died April, 1870. 

999. *Henry F. Hunter, Greenbrier Co.: (Brother of 998): Farmer: 
Accidentally killed May, 1867. 

1000. ^William G. Johnston, Eockbridge Co. : Farmer : Died Decem- 
ber 15, 1854. 

1001. *WlLLlAM M. L.ETCHER, Lexington, Va.: Died 1839. 

1002. James H. Logan, Randolph Co.: Teacher: Surveyor. 

1003. -^William A. McDowell, White Hall, Mecklenburg Co., N. C: 
Shelby Co. : Farmer : Died 1869. 

1004. * James McDowell, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 549) : Physician : St. 
Louis, Mo. : Surgeon Fremont's Expedition: Consul-General at Constantinople: 
Died November 18, 1879. 

1005. Nathaniel C. Manson, Bedford Co.: (Brother of 891) : Lawyer: 
Lynchburg, Va. 

1006. John Jordan Paxton, Botetourt Co. : Rockbridge Co. : Col- 
orado. 

1007. -^Thomas Fearn Perkins, Buckingham Co.: Farmer: Died 
December 23, 1887. 

1008. ^Robert Porterfield, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Died August 30, 
1847. 

1009. *David H. Putney, Kanawha Co.: Merchant: Died 1842. 

1010. R. E. Putney, Kanawha Co.: Merchant. 

1011. *Edwin Winston Radford, Bedford Co.: (Son of 254): Farmer: 
Lieutenant Second Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Killed at Manassas, July 18, 
1861. 

1012. *James H. Rawlings, Spotsylvania Co.: Lawyer: Died Feb- 
ruary, 1848. 

1013. William Wallace, Augusta Co.: Monroe Co.: Montgomery Co.: 
Lawyer. 

1014. John W. Warwick, Bath Co. : Farmer : Pocahontas Co. 

1015. Robert I. White, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 712) : Merchant: 
Member Virginia House of Delegates : Farmer. 

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1838-1839. 



1016. *JoSEPH Wayt Beix, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Died May 31, 1879. 

1017. James H. Brame, Mecklenburg Co.: Distinguished teacher. 

1018. *JoH[N A. Campbell, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 851) : 
Physician : Platte Co., Mo. : Died 1882. 

1019. ^David p. Curry, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 994) : Lawyer : 
Texas : Died 1883. 

1020. WlLl-lAM Davenport, Hanover Co. : Farmer. 

1021. *WlIXIAM I>. Davis, Fluvanna Co. : Merchant : Scottsville : Cashier 
Bank of Scottsville : Fluvanna Co. : Died 1876. 

1022. ^William P. Hickman, A. B., Bath Co. : Presbyterian Minis- 
ter: Teacher: Pastor churches in Virginia: Pulaski Co.: Killed at Battle of 
Cloyd's Farm, May, 1864. 

1023. James Kenney, Rockingham Co.: (Son of 398) : Lawyer: Captain 
and Major C. S. A. : Member Virginia Legislature : County Judge, Rockingham. 

1024. *FiEI.I>ING H. B, liEWIS, Halifax Co. : (Son of 586) : Farmer r 
Mississippi: Texas: Died 1876. 

1025. ^JRANDOtPH Ross, Botetourt Co.: Lawyer: Natchez, Miss.: Died 
1849. 

1026. Thomas N. Paxton, Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor churches in Virginia and North Carolina : McDowell Co., N. C. : Died 
November 14, 1884. 

1027. *Samuel V. Wilson, Kanawha Co.: Farmer: Missouri: Died 
1862. 

1839-1840. 

1028. *IiEDFORr> S. AxtEN, Alleghany Co.: Lawyer: Lewisburg, Va. : 
Died March 11, 1846. 

1029. *WlI,I.IAM S. Beard, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Presby- 
terian Minister : Pastor churches in Fayette Co., and Petersburg, Va. : Monroe 
Co. : Died April 29, 1854. 

1030. ^Thomas Tyi.er Boui.i>in, Charlotte Co.: Lawyer: California: 
Died 1872. 

1031. W1LI.IAM S. BoWYER, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 948) : Physician. 

1032. * Alexander Paxton Campbell, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
Teacher: Merchant: Died in Roanoke, Va., January 31, 1886. 

1033. Herring Chrisman, Rockingham Co.: (Son of 576): Lawyer: 
Commonwealth's Attorney : Missouri : Illinois : Farmer. 

1034. Philander M. Custer, A. B., Howard Co., Mo.: Presbyterian 
Minister : Teacher : Principal of Classical Schools in Lewisburg, Va., Harrison- 
burg, Va., in North Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi : Byhalia, Miss. 

1035. IjAFAYETTE Dibrell, Botetourt Co.: Methodist Minister. 

1036. James B. Dorman, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 460) : Member Virginia 
Legislature : Member Virginia Convention, 1861 : Major C. S. A. : Staunton, Va. : 
Clerk Court of Appeals. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 91 

1037. John Echoi^S, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 953) : Lawyer: 
Monroe Co. : Commonwealth's Attorney : Member Virginia Legislature, 1851-53 : 
Member Virginia Convention, 1861 : Major-General C. S. A. : Staunton: Member 
Virginia Legislature, 1877-81 : President Chesapeake and Ohio, and South- 
western R. R. Co.: Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1869- . 

1038. Richard S. E1.1.IS, Amherst Co.: Merchant: Major Fifty-first 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Lynchburg, Va. 

1039. Patterson Fi^etcher, A. B., Rockingham Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister : Shepherdstown : Teacher : Pastor churches in Jefferson Co., Augusta 
Co., Clarksburg and Rockingham Co. : Broadway, Va. 

1040. W11.1.IAM C Hagan, a. B., Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Chris- 
tiansburg : Principal Montgomery Msile Academy : Lawyer : Captain C. S. A. 

1041. *James W. Hopkins, Lexington, Va. : Distinguished Physician: 
Columbus, Miss.: Died March 3, 1870. 

1042. ^George W. Houston, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Died February 
18, 1882. 

1043. *Wll.l.lAM S. Howie, A. B., Cabarrus Co., N. C: Physician: 
Died 1845. 

1044. W11.I.IAM C. Jeffreys, Nottoway Co.: Farmer: Captain C. S. A. 

1045. -^^ Joseph Jennings, Nottoway Co. : Farmer: Lunenburg Co. : Died 
1872. 

1046. *BoBERT Johnston, Rockbridge Co. : Clarksburg : Distinguished 
Lawyer: Auditor of Virginia: Member Virginia Legislature: Member C. S. 
Congress: Richmond, Va. : Harrisonburg, Va. : Judge County Court of Rocking- 
ham : Died November 6, 1885. 

1047. Edwin Kyi.E, Botetourt Co. : Farmer : Alleghany Co. 

1048. * Joseph A. LiOGAN, Augusta Co. : Farmer: Teacher: Died October 
3, 1878. 

1049. Robert Ix>GAN, A. B., Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Teacher: Georgia: President of Greensboro (Ga.) Female School : Fort Worth, 
Texas. 

1050. ^David Lowman, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Pulaski Co. 

1051. James H. JVLadison, Charlotte Co.: Farmer: Prince Edward Co. 

1052. ^KoBERT Forbes Merritt, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Died Sep- 
tember 10, 1846. 

1053. Lie WIS McNeely, A. B., North Carolina: Presbyterian Minister: 
Pastor churches in Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas: Middleton, Texas. 

1054. John Kice McNutt, A. B, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Captain C. S. 
A. : Rockbridge Co. 

1055. James W. O'Hara, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. : Little Rock, Ark. 

1056. *JoHN C. Patrick, Augusta Co.: Teacher: Died 1876. 

1057. ^James Gardiner Paxton, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : (Brother 
of 959): Lawyer: Member Virginia House of Delegates: Member Virginia 
Senate : Superintendent Chesapeake and Ohio R. R. : Major C. S. A. : Killed by 
an accident on R. R., August, 1870. 

1058. James T. Paxton, A. B. , Rockbridge Co. : Presbyterian Minister: 
Author : Pastor churches in Texas and Missouri : Marshall, Saline Co., Mo. 



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1059. George SKILiIiEN Penn, Botetourt Co. : Farmer. 

1060. *WlLlilAM A. Rogers, Albemarle Co.: Farmer: Died June 30, 

1884. 

1061. James Stuart, Eockbridge Co. : Physician : Georgia : North Caro- 
lina : Concord, N. C. 

1062. *WlIiliIAM P. Tate, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Died March, 1867. 

1063. Robert A. Terry, Pittsylvania Co. : Mineralogist. 

1064. Al^EXANDER Thompson, Hanover Co.: Sheriff of Hanover: Ser- 
geant at Arms Virginia Convention, 1861 : Washington City. 

1065. ■^WlLi.lAM W. Trimbile, a. B., Augusta Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister: Principal Brownsburg (Va.) Academy: Pastor churches in Virginia 
and Missouri: Died July 6, 1884. 

1066. * Jacob D. Wii:.I.IAMSON, Rockingham Co. : Farmer : Major C. S. 
A. : Died 1875. 

1067. Mo HN Wli-SON, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer: Died 1853. 



1840-1841. 

1068. -^James M. Barcilay, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 491): Physician: 
Paris, Ky. 

1069. John Woods Barci^AY, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 540) : Mer- 
chant : Superintendent Schools : Farmer : Member Lexington School Board. 

1070. W1E.L.IAM A. Banks, Madison Co.: Teacher: Arkansas: Texas. 

1071. Henry Flood Bocock, A. B., Appomattox Co.: Clerk County 
and Circuit Courts : Lynchburg, Va. 

1072. Edward C. Burks, A. B., Bedford Co.: Lawyer: Member Vir- 
ginia Legislature : Judge Court of Appeals of Virginia, 1876-83 : Revisor of 
Code, 1884-87. 

1073. *Jesse S. Burks, Bedford Co.: Farmer: Colonel Forty-second 
Virginia Regiment : Member Virginia Legislature : Died June 13, 1885. 

1074. John May Burton, Greene Co. : Physician : Madison Co. 

1075. ^Abraham BuRWEi^ii Brown, D. I>., liL*. !>., Nelson Co.: 
Baptist Minister : Pastor churches in Hampton, Charlottesville and Pittsylvania 
Co.: Chaplain C. S. A.: Professor English Richmond (Va.) College: Died No- 
vember 27, 1885. 

1076. Henry A. Caruthers, New Orleans: (Son of 441): Cotton 
Merchant. 

1077. John Chrism an. Mount Hope, Mo.: Farmer: Montana Territory. 

1078. Andrew Leper Crouch, Richmond, Va. 

1079. Mitchell 1>. I>unlap, A, B., Augusta Co.: Presbyterian Mini- 
ster : Farmer : Pocahontas Co. 

1080. John J. I>UPUY, Petersburg, Va. : North Carolina: Physician: 
Druggist. 

1081. ^JOHN ,M. Edmondson, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Died April 
13, 1871. 

1082. *James W. Gordon, Alexandria, La. : Lawyer : Died 1856. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 93 

1083. MoHN Sharshali. Grasty, I>. I>., Pittsylvania Co.: Presbyte- 
rian Minister : Author : Pastor churches at Yanceyville, N. C, Fincastle, Va., 
Shelbyville, Ky., Austin, Texas, and Columbia, and Mexico, Mo. : Died April 18, 
1883. 

1084. ^Edward C. Harrison, Goochland Co.: Merchant: Farmer: 
Died January 1, 1852. 

1085. *Wii.i.iAM: H. Hogshead, A. B., Monroe Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister : Pastor churches in Virginia and North Carolina : Died near Union 
Church, N. C, July 14, 1855. 

1086. James Moore Humphreys, Augusta Co. : Presbyterian Minis- 
ter : Teacher : Monroe Co., W. Va. 

1087. *JoHN QuARL.ES James, A. B., Richmond, Va.: Merchant: 
Died June 20, 1850. 

1088. *JoHN Mason Kirkpatrick, A. B., Cumberland Co. : Pres- 
byterian Minister : Pastor churches in Danville, Pulaski Co., and in Arkansas : 
Washington, Ark. : Powhatan Co., Va. : Died May 18, 1887. 

1089. ^William Newton Kirkpatrick, A. B., DeKalb Co., Ga.: 
Lawyer : Died February 24, 1869. 

1090. Oavid W. Kyle, Buckingham Co. : Farmer : Bedford Co. 

1091. KoBERT Kyle, Botetourt Co. : Rhea Co., Texas : Lawyer. 

1092. "William Kyle, A. B., Botetourt Co.: (Brother of 1091): Car- 
roll Co. : Farmer : Member Virginia Legislature. 

1093. ^Alexander T. Laird, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Mecklen- 
burg Co. : Died February, 1861. 

1094. *Abel Upshur Mayo, Richmond, Va. : Lawyer: Clerk in U. S. 
P. O. Department, Washington City : Clerk C. S. P. O. Department : Died Sep- 
tember 16, 1865. 

1095. William Sylvanus Morris, Hanover Co. : (Son of 195) : 
Physician: Lynchburg, Va. : Member Virginia Legislature. 

1096. *WlLLlAM Morton McNutt, Augusta Co. : Physician : Prince 
Edward Co. : Died June, 1886. 

1097. William Y. Neal, Lunenburg Co. : Farmer : Prince Edward Co. 

1098. Charles H. Oliver, Nottoway Co. : Farmer. 

1099. ^Thomas Patton, A.B., Bath Co.: (Brother of 978): Physician: 
Lewisburg, Va. : Died June 21, 1858. 

1100. William B. Paxton, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 932): 
Physician : Paris, Ky. 

1101. ^Robert A. Phelps, A. B., Buckingham Co.: Physician: Lou- 
isiana. 

1102. *WlLLlAM H. Reid, Lexington Va.: (Son of 453): Died July 
7, 1842. 

1103. *Aemelius T. Reynolds, Greenbrier Co.: Des Moines, Iowa: 
Lawyer: Died 1853. 

1104. ^William H. Richardson, Richmond, Va. : Lawyer: Colonel 
C. S. A. 

1105. James Richeson, A. B., Amherst Co.: Farmer. 

1106. Thomas Richeson, A. B., Amherst Co.: (Brother of 1105): St. 
Louis, Mo. : Manufacturer : Treasurer St. Louis County and City : President St. 



94 Catalogue of Alumni. 

Louis Board of Public Schools twelve years: President St. Louis Merchants* 
Exchange. 

1107. James E. Kobertson, Culpeper Co.: Physician: Sulphur Springs, 
Texas. 

1108. ^Charles H. RuCKEB, Amherst Co.: Sheriff of Amherst: Lynch- 
burg, Va.: Merchant: Died May 14, 1884. 

1109. *JoHN A. Ruff, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 845) : Member 1st 
Virginia Cavalry : Died 1879. 

1110. William A. Kuff, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1109) : Farmer. 

1111. ^JoHN C. Rutherford, Richmond Va. : Goochland Co. : Member 
Virginia Legislature. 

1112. *Edward W. Saunders, Campbell Co. : Franklin Co. : Farmer: 
Died 1856. 

1113. *James Shaw, Buckingham Co.: Died 1847. 

1114. *JoHN R. Strayer, Shenandoah Co.: Merchant: Died December 
27, 1879. 

1116. WlLIilAM Thompson, Augusta Co. : Warren Co., Tenn.: Farmer: 
Teacher. 

1117. Joseph Addison Waddell, Staunton, Va. : Lawyer: Editor: 
Member Virginia House of Delegates: Member Virginia Convention: Member 
Virginia Senate: Clerk Court of Appeals of Virginia: Author. 

1118. Samuel Augustus Walkup, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Phy- 
sician: Surgeon C. S. Army: Providence, Fla. 

1119. Joseph M. Wells, Columbus Miss. : Marshall, Texas: Railroad 
Agent. 

1120. *JoHN T. Wills, Fluvanna Co. : Died in early life. 

1841-1842. 

1121. George Douglass Alexander, A. B., Campbell Co. : 
Teacher: Arkansas: Louisiana: Princijpal Minden Female College: Professor 
Hatcher Institute: Shreveport, La. 

1122. ^Theodore Rice Beard, Lexington : Merchant. 

1123. ^William S. Bocock, Buckingham Co.: Died June 24, 1842. 

1124. *Samuel a. Booker, Buckingham Co.: Lawyer: Died 1855. 

1125. ^Frederick F. Bo wen, Culpeper Co.: Farmer: Died 1857. 

1126. *JoHN Drury Brooks, Belmont, Tenn. : Died August 30, 1842. 

1127. Nathaniel S. Brooks, Kanawha Co.: Merchant: Salt Manu- 
facturer : Texas. 

1128. Peregrine S. Buckingham, Montgomery Co. : Lawyer: Texas: 
Methodist Minister : Presiding Polder. 

1129. *Samuel FiNLEY Christian, Augusta Co. : Farmer: Civil Engi- 
neer : Texas : Died 1 880. 

1130. *Cyrus B. Clay, Campbell Co.: Bedford Co.: Farmer: Died Sep- 
tember 12, 1879. 

1131. *JohnDabney, A. B., Campbell Co.: Farmer: Teacher: Roanoke 
Co. : Died in Greensville, Miss., November 26, 1887. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 95 

1132. ^KiCHARD Venabi^e Daniei., Cumberland Co.: Physician: 
Granville Co., N. C: Farmer: Died 1859. 

1133. WlL-IilAM FuQUA, Buckingham Co. : Cumberland Co. : Physician. 

1134. KiCHARD W. Gannaway, Buckingham Co. : Farmer. 

1135. Alexander McNutt Gilasgow, A. B., Kockbridge Co.: 
Farmer. 

1136. ^Abner Joseph Grigsby, Kockbridge Co. : (Brother of 955) : 
Physician : Danville, Tex. : Died June 28, 1851. 

1137. George N. Gw A THMEY, Eichmond, Va. : West Point, Va. : Clerk 
Internal Kevenue Office, 

1138. Thomas K. Harrison, Goochland Co. : Physician : New Kent Co. 

1139. Frederick CABEiii^ Horsi^ey, A. B., Nelson Co. : Physician : 
California : Canon City, Oregon. 

1140. George W. Jones, Nottoway Co, : Farmer. 

1141. ^KiCHARD I>AVIS Jordan, Nansemond Co. : Lawyer: Louisiana: 
Died 1862. 

1142. James L. Kemper, A. B,, Madison Co.: Lawyer: Member and 
Speaker Virginia House of Delegates : Major-General C, S. A, : Governor of Vir- 
ginia, 1873-77. 

1143. Andrew Woodrow Kerchevai., Hampshire Co.: Lawyer: 
Author. 

1144. Wllii^lAM li. liANCASTER, A. B., Buckingham Co.: Farmer: 
Cumberland Co, 

1145. John C. Lewis, Albemarle Co.: Physician: Arkansas. 

1146. WirtiAM T. Lipscomb, Richmond, Va. 

1147. *JoHN Li. Manson, Bedford Co, : (Brother of 1005) : Member First 
Virginia Regiment, Mexican War : Died 1847. 

1148. John Howard McCue, Augusta Co. : (Son of 352) : Lawyer : 
Major C. S. A. : Nelson Co. : Judge County Court Nelson County : Staunton, Va. 

1149. ^George W. Penn, Patrick Co.: Floyd C. H.: Tobacconist: 
Died 1868. 

1150. ^Wll.l.lAM S. Penn, Patrick Co. : Farmer : Died 1862. 

1151. John T. KANDOIiPH, Augusta Co. : Albemarle Co. : Farmer: Bap- 
tist Minister. 

1152. Henry L. Keeve, Richmond, Va. 

1153. *Henry Cabei.1. Reid, Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 1102): 
Died February 28, 1844. 

1154. ^Bernard B. JSeynoi^dS, Greenbrier Co. : Physician : Kanawha 
Co. : Died 1851. 

1155. W11.I.IAM r>. KiCE, Prince Edward Co.: Merchant: Missouri. 

1156. W11.1.IAM Henry Ruffner, A. B., LL. I>., Lexington, Va. : 
(Son of 479): Presbyterian Minister: Chaplain University of Virginia: Pastor 
churches in Virginia and Philadelphia : Trustee Washington and Lee University, 
1865-76 : Superintendent Public Instruction in Virginia, 1870-82 : Practical Geol- 
ogist : Principal Farmville Female Normal School, 1884-87 : Lexington, Va. 

1157. *Benjamin M. SAMUEliS, Shenandoah Co.: Dubuque, Iowa: 
Member Iowa Legislature : Distinguished Lawyer : Died 1863. 



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1158. *Pbeston H. SpililiER, Buckingham Co, : Farmer: Texas. 

1159. James N. Terry, Pittsylvania Co. : Physician : Prince Edward Co. 

1160. CHARIiES H, Wager, Culpeper Co. : Real Estate Agent : Merchant. 

1161. -^Benjamin FRANKI.IN "Wai^KER, Augusta Co.: Physician: 
Died January 10, 1879. 

1162. John Wltl^IS WiriLS, Logan Co.: St. Louis, Mo.: Cashier and 
President Mechanics' Bank : Galveston, Tex. 

1163. * James M. WirsON, A. B., Prince Edward Co. : (Son of 220) : 
Presbyterian Minister: Pastor churches in Virginia, Tennessee and Arkansas: 
Teacher: Died July 2, 1862. 

1164. James W. "Wii^SON, Kanawha Co.: Physician : Texas. 

1165. Baniel a. WlliSON, Cumberland Co. : New Orleans, La. : Lawyer : 
Captain Seventh Louisiana Regiment : Colonel and Military Judge C. S. A. : 
Public Administrator : Agent N. A. & N. E. Railroad. 

1166. John Q. Winfiei^d, Rockingham Co. : Physician : Captain 
Seventh Virginia Cavalry. 

1842-1843. 

1167. Batid C Anderson, A. B,, Pendleton Co.: Teacher. 

1168. ^Patrick Henry Ayl,ette, King William Co.: (Son of 359) : 
Lawyer and Editor: U. S. District Attorney: C. S. District Attorney: Editor 
Richmond Examiner: Killed in Capitol Disaster, April 27, 1870. 

1169. Robert Broadnax, Pittsylvania Co. 

1170. *JoHN LYtE Campbeli., a. B., IjIj. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
(Brother of 1032): Teacher: Staunton, Va. : Richmond, Ky. : Professor Chem- 
istry and Geology Washington and Lee University, 1851-86: Superintendent 
Schools for Rockbridge Co., 1870-82: Distinguished Chemist and Geologist: 
Author: Died February 2, 1886. 

1171. John S. CotES, Albemarle Co.: Farmer. 

1172. *Wllil.lAM li. CONNEVEY, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Jackson Co., 
Mo.: Lawyer: YAiior Independent: Died 1880. 

1173. W11.1.IAM S. Bavidson, a. B., Campbell Co.: Appomattox Co.: 
Teacher : Farmer, 

1174. ^Patrick Henry Bavis, Jackson, Tenn. : Teacher: Memphis: 
Commission Merchant: Banker: Died September 17, 1872. 

1175. *RlCHARD S. E1.1.IS, Richmond, Va. : Buckingham Co.: Farmer: 
Member 20th Virginia Regiment: Died May 31, 1867. 

1176. W11.1.IAM P. EwiNG, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 917) : Physi- 
cian : Bedford Co. : Kanawha Co. 

1177. Wllil^lAM T. Fleet, A. B., King and Queen Co. : Physician. 

1178. ^liEMUEli P. FoTYtKES, Nottoway Co.: Memphis, Tenn.: Died 1850. 

1179. ■'^'WlL.lilAM CABElili Gamble, Florida: Drowned on Coast of 
Florida 1848. 

1180. William E. Gannaway, A. B., Buckingham Co.: Farmer. 

1181. *G. Hugh Blair Grisby, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 1136): 
Huntersville, Texas : Teacher: Merchant: Died June 13, 1853. 



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1182. Peter C Hairston, Columbus, Miss.: Physician. 

1183. *Ai.EXANDER Lj. Hogshead, A. B., Monroe Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister: Pastor churches in Alleghany Co., Rockbridge Co. and Washington 
Co. : Superintendent Washington County Schools : Died December 2, 1880. 

1184. *David C. Humphreys, Augusta Co.: Teacher: Presbyterian 
Minister: Died September 21, 1848. 

1185. John I>. Imboden, Augusta Co.: Lawyer: Member Virginia House 
of Delegates: Clerk County Court, Augusta Co.: Brigadier General C. S. Army: 
Bristol, Tenn. 

1186. *C. W. Jones, Stuart Co., Ga. : Lawyer: Barbour Co., Ala. : Member 
Alabama Legislature: Cuthbert, Ga. : County Judge: Died March 31, 1878. 

1187. BEVERI.Y Tucker IjACY, A. B., I>. I>., Somerville, Tenn. : 
Presbyterian Minister : Chaplain C. S. Army : Pastor churches in Winch ester^ 
Salem and Fredericksburg, Va., Frankfort, Ky. and St. Louis, Mo. : Trustee 
Washington College, 1857-58: Washington, D. C. 

1188. James Horace L/ACY, A. B., Somerville Tenn.: (Brother of 
1187): Lawyer: Farmer: Spotsylvania Co.: Major C. S. A. : Member Virginia 
Legislature. 

1189. John J. Long, Fayette Co., Tenn. : Engineer: San Saba Co., Texas. 

1190. Robert A. Penbleton, Amherst Co. : Lawyer: Clerk of Circuit 
Court. 

1191. *ThomasC. Bead, Halifax Co.: KoanokeCo.: Farmer: Died 1857. 

1192. ^Wyndham Robertson, Petersburg, Va. 

1193. ^WlLlilAM Irving Scott, Richmond, Va. : Lieutenant Artillery 
C. S. Army: Died December 10, 1861. 

1194. *Jacob K. Shafer, Kockingham Co. : Lawyer: California: Judge 
Circuit Court, 1850-54: Idaho: Member U. S. Congress. 

1195. Thomas P. Shields, Cumberland Co.: Physician: Union Co., O. 

1196. Thomas Shirley (Original name, W. Z. T. Fleshman), A. B., 
Lawyer : Chicago. 

1197. James T. Simpson, New Hanover Co., N. C. : Physician: Farmer. 

1198. Jacob Henry Smith, A. B., D. D., Lexington, Va. : Presbyte- 
rian Minister : Principal Samuel Davies Institute, Halifax Co. : Pastor churches 
in Charlottesville, Va., and Greensboro, N. C. : President Board of Directors 
Union Theological Seminary, Va. 

1199. Crawford C. Strayer, A. B., Eockingham Co.: Lawyer: 
Cashier Bank of Eockingham : Cashier First National Bank of Harrisonburg, Va. 

1200. *ThomasTinsi.EY, Eichmond,Va. : York Co.: Physician: Captain 
Nelson Guards C. S. A. : Died 1876. 

1201. H. Tudor Tucker, Albemarle Co.: (Brother of 1202): Lawyer: 
California: Captain C. S. A.: Loudoun Co. 

1202. *St. George Tucker, Albemarle Co.: Lawyer: Author: Clerk 
State Senate: Clerk House of Delegates: Lieutenant- Colonel Fifteenth Virginia 
Regiment: Died in C. S. Service (at Charlottesville, Va.), January 24, 1864. 

1203. Henry A. Watkins, Pittsylvania Co. : Physician: Prince Edward 
Co. 

1204. *Fayette C Wii.i.iams, Nottoway Co.: Physician: Farmer: 
Died 1867. 



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1843-1844. 

■ 1205. *JoHN M. AxEXANDER, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Farmer: 
Died 1867. 

1206. ^MiCHAEl. "Woods Barcilay, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1069) : Physician : Kentucky : Arkansas. 

1207. ^Samuei. M. Baiiley, New Kent Co.: Covington, Ky.: Tobac- 
conist: Died January 18, 1886. 

1208. *I>ANIEI. M. Bryan, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Louisiana : Lawyer : 
Died in early life. 

1209. *Henry B. Brown, Buckingham Co. : Teacher : Principal Buck- 
ingham Institute : Died 1868. 

1210. Peter Copeland, Richmond, Va. : Botetourt Co. : Farmer. 

1211. ^Charles A. Cox, Kanawha Co.: Salt Manufacturer: California: 
Died 1851. 

1212. Robert J. Crawford, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Louisville, Ky. : 
Merchant: Clerk. 

1213. ^Henry GAMBI.E Davidson, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 952) : 
Teacher: Physician: Surgeon C. S. A.: Richmond, Va. : President Southern 
Insurance Co., Richmond, Va.: Lexington, Va. : Died January, 1884. 

1214. *Wli.i.iAM H. Dennis, Charlotte Co.: Physician: Roanoke Co.: 
Surgeon C. S. A. : Died January, 1883. 

1215. ^Wll.I.l AM Do liD, Lexington, Va. : Merchant: Treasurer Washing- 
ton and Lee University, 1870-75: Died September 6, 1881. 

1216. Lewis F. Donnai^i^y, Kanawha Co. : Merchant : Salt Manufac- 
turer. 

1217. Thomas W. Dosweli., Hanover Co. : Farmer: Sheriff Hanover 
Co. : Sheriff Richmond City and Henrico Co. : On staff of General Starke, C. S. A. 

1218. John S. Fisher, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Upshur Co.: 
Commonwealth's Attorney of Upshur. 

1219. Frederick F. Foscue, Coosa Co., Ala. : Member Alabama Legis- 
lature : Arlington, Texas : Member Texas Senate : Member Texas House of 
Delegates. 

1220. George Fuqua, Buckingham Co. : Dallas, Texas : Merchant. 

1221. Cary Breckenridge Gambi^E, Tallahassee, Fla. : Physician: 
Surgeon General State of Florida : Surgeon C. S. Army, Baltimore, Md. 

1222. John Gil.meR, Albemarle Co. : Pittsylvania Co. : Lawyer: Captain 
C. S. Army : Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1851-65 : Commonwealth's 
Attorney, 1870-74. 

1223. WlLiiiAM A. G1.ASGOW, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Botetourt Co.: 
Lawyer: Member Virginia Senate, 1881-85 : Trustee Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, 1865- : Lexington. 

1224. ^Joseph R. Gi^ASGOW, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 
1223): Botetourt Co. : Lawyer: Died 1847. 

1225. *Wll.LIAM L. Graham, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 706) : Farmer: 
Captain 10th Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. : Died 1879. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 99 

1226. ^Samuei. H. Hairston, Columbus, Miss. : Henry Co., Va. : Law- 
yer : Planter : Killed in Capitol Disaster, April 27, 1870. 

1227. ^WlliiilAM Henry Hare, Lynchburg, Va. : Tobacconist: Died 
December 6, 1871. 

1228. WiLiiiAM Moore Harvey, Lexington, Va. : Botetourt Co. : 
Farmer : Member 2d Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. 

1229. John I>. Hobson, Kichmond, Va. : Goochland Co. : Farmer: Cap- 
tain Cavalry C. S. A. 

1230. *Wll.l.lAM C. Hobson, Kichmond, Va. : Tobacconist : Died 1855. 

1231. Isaac Hui^Ii, Marshall Co., Miss.: Physician: Friar's Point, Miss. 

1232. liETVIS D. ISBEL,!,, Buckingham Co.: Appomattox Co.: Lawyer: 
Member Virginia Convention 1861: Commonwealth's Attorney: County Judge 
Appomattox : Missouri. 

1233. *Hand James, Wilmington, N. C: Physician: Salisbury, N. C: 
Alton, Illinois : Mayor of Alton. 

1234. * James IjETCHER, Lexington, Va. : Physician : Stockton, Cal. : 
Died 1850. 

1235. *JoHN IjETCHER, St. Louis, Mo. : Teacher: Farmer: Died Janu- 
ary 13, 1885. 

1236. *WlL,i:.lAM liEWis, Roanoke Co.: St. Louis, Mo.: In service of 
North Mississippi Navigation Co.: Died 1857. 

1237. *Wll.l.lAM STEEI.E McChesney, Augusta Co. : (Son of 374) : 
Physician: Surgeon C. S. A. : Died March 18, 1884. 

1238. Richard W. McGruber, Richmond, Va. : Merchant : Balti- 
more, Md. 

1239. *Wli.l.lAM W. Moore, Columbus, Miss.: Farmer: Consul to 
Havana : Died at Bladen Springs, Ala., 1859. 

1240. John M. Payne, Buckingham Co.: Physician: Roanoke City. 

1241. Stuart B. Penn, Botetourt Co.: Farmer: Died 1857. 

1242. John Kobertson, Pittsylvania Co. : Physician : Statesville, N. C. 

1243. Peter Saunders, A. B., Campbell Co. : Franklin Co. : Lawyer : 
Member Virginia Legislature. 

1244. *Wll.l.lAM I>. STEEI.E, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 
983) : Farmer : Member Twenty-seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at 
Spotsylvania C. H., May 12, 1864. 

1245. *Nathan C. TAI.IAFERRO, Amherst Co.: Merchant: Farmer: 
Louisa Co. : Died February 23, 1887. 

1246. Nathaniei. J. Terry, A. B., Physician: Pittsylvania Co.: 
Prince Edward Co. 

1247. *Francis Thornton, Louisville, Ky. : (Son of 555) : Physician : 
Surgeon C. S. A. : Killed at Chattanooga, 1863. 

1248. Richard H. Watkins, A. B., Prince Edward Co. : Lawyer : 
Captain Third Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. 

1249. *Wll.I.IAM H. Watkins, Somerville, Tenn. : Arkansas: Physi- 
cian : Died 1878. 

1250. *li]DWARD BI.AND WoRSHAM, Dinwiddie Co. : Lawyer : Died 
in early life. 



100 Catalogue of Alumni. 



1844-1845. 

1251. Wll.LiAM A. Alexander, Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer: St. Charles, 
Mo. : Member Missouri Conveption. 

1252. Cyrus H. Alexander, Augusta Co.: Physician: Staunton. 

1253. George Ij. Anderson, Winnsville. 

1254. P. G, BiNFORD, Goochland Co. 

1255. William !L. Bird, Shenandoah Co.: Lawyer: Jackson Co.,W.Va. 

1256. *H. G. Brown, Bedford Co.: Died 1848. 

1257. George C. CabaNISS, Pittsylvania Co. : Physician. 

1258. ^Thomas T. B. Carrington, Spring Hill, Ark.: Camden: 
Editor: Farmer: Died March, 1855. 

1259. Bolivar Christian, A. B,, A. M., Augusta Co.: Lawyer: 
Lieutenant-Colonel C. S. A. : Member Virginia House of Delegates : Member 
Virginia Senate: Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1858- . 

1260. * James Li. Claiborne, Pittsylvania Co. : Lawyer : Galveston^ 
Texas : Died 1853. 

1261. Charles F. Collier, Petersburg, Va. : Lawyer : Member Vir- 
ginia Legislature : Member C. S. Congress : Lieutenant-Colonel on Staff of Major- 
General Gwynn, C. S. A. : President Petersburg R. R. Co. : Mayor of Peters- 
burg. 

1262. KOBERT F. 1>ENNIS, A. B., Charlotte Co.: Lawyer: Lewisburg, 
Va. : Commonwealth's Attorney of Greenbrier eight years, of Pocahontas four 
years, Fayette four years : Captain 27th Virginia Regiment, C. S. A : Member 
West Virginia Senate eight years, and Chairman Committee on Judiciary and 
Revision of Laws : Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1878- . 

1263. *R. 31. EwiNG, Louisville, Ky. : Died in early life. 

1264. *Walter S. Fontaine, Buckingham Co. : Lawyer : Died 1882. 

1265. *I>ANIEL E. 'Gardiner, Henrico Co.: Teacher: Superintendent 
Schools, Henrico Co. : Died 1886. 

1266. John J. Goodwin, Louisa Co. : Farmer. 

1267. * James R. Grove, Augusta Co.: Sonora, Cal. : Died August 17, 
1886. 

1268. "William H, Holcombe, Cincinnati : Physician : Author : New 
Orleans. 

1269. William Hull, Marshall Co., Miss. : Farmer. 

1270. Joseph S. James, Richmond, Va.: Merchant: Captain C. S. A.: 
Gloucester Co. : Farmer. 

1271. Robert C. Kent, Wythe Co. : Lawyer: Farmer: Commonwealth's 
Attorney: Member Virginia Convention, 1861. 

1272. Jonathan KoiNER, Augusta Co. : Lawyer: Braxton Co. : Augusta 
Co. : Farmer. 

1273. William H. Letcher, St. Louis, Mo.: Lawyer: Saline Co., Mo.: 
Member Missouri Legislature. 

1274. *Thom AS Preston IjE WIS, Lexington, Va. : Texas: Died 1850. 

1275. Thomas M. W. LiYLE, Farmville, Va. : Texas : Cotton Planter. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 101 

1276. * Joseph Martin, A. B., Henry Co.: Lawyer: Commonwealth's 
Attorney for Pittsylvania : Died 1855. 

1277. * James Bruce McCi.El.1. AND, Nelson Co.: Farmer: Merchant: 
Member Governor's Guard of Cavalry : Major C. S. A. : Died (from disease con- 
tracted in service) August 1, 1862. 

1278. A. Straughan Norment, Hanover Co.: Lawyer: Major C. S. 
A. : Grant Co., West Va. : Commonwealth's Attorney. 

1279. E. S. OlilVER, Kichmond, Va. 

1280. W. Hugh Pierson, Orange Co., N. J.: Physician: Surgeon U. S. 
A.: Bloomfield, N. J. 

1281. T. Oscar Kodgers, Albemarle Co.: Teacher: Principal Female 
Schools in Virginia, South Carolina and Missouri : Halifax Co., Va. 

1282. *JoHN H. Smith, Danville, Va. : Farmer: Died 1858. 

1283. ^Benjamin FranklTn Sturgis, Thibodeaux, La.: Hazelhurst, 
Miss.: Prominent Lawyer: Member Mississippi Convention 1852: Common- 
wealth's Attorney, Copiah Co.: Died April 21, 1870. 

1284. Thomas Tai^iaferro, Hanover Co.: Member C. S. A. 

1285. *0. B. Taylor, Goochland Co. : Major of Artillery, C. S. A. : Killed 
in battle in Amelia Co., April 6, 1865. 

1286. John Arthur Wai^kup, Eockbridge Co.: Merchant: Pittsyl- 
vania Co. 

1287. Joseph Wai^ker "WAliKUP, Eockbridge Co. : (Brother of 1286) : 
Presbyterian Minister: Chaplain C. S. A. : Teacher: Hainpshire Co., "W. Va. 

1288. A. G. W11.I.S, Fluvanna Co. : Physician. 

1289. * J. Watkins Young, Columbus, Miss. : Farmer : Waverly, Miss. : 
Died October 6, 1885. 

1845-1846. 

1290. Joseph White CAl^DWEiili, A. B., Eockbridge Co.: Teacher: 
Lawyer : Editor : Wytheville, Va. : Clerk U. S. Court : Clerk Supreme Court of 
Appeals. 

1291. *George Washington Shields Cummings, A. B., Eock- 
bridge Co. : Lawyer: Yreka, Siskiyou Co., Cal. : State's Attorney: Died Novem- 
ber 30, 1859. 

1292. *James Caruthers Cummings, Lexington, Va. : Deputy Clerk : 
Died September 16, 1853. 

1293. John Li. I>AWS0N, Albemarle Co. : Farmer. 

1294. Edmund H. Fi^ouRNO y, Chesterfield Co. : Captain Sixth Virginia 
Eegiment, C. S. A.: Clerk Circuit Court of Chesterfield. 

1295. John B. Garden, Charlotte Co. : Farmer : Buckingham Co. 

1296. ^Edward Li. Graham, Lexington, Va.: (Son of 706) : Physician: 
Member First Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. : Died 1876. 

1297. ^AxEXANDER Li. HAMII.TON, L>. I>., Eockbridge Co. : Methodist 
minister laboring in Missouri, Tennessee and Alabama : School Commissioner for 
Missouri: President Andrew College, Trenton, Tenn. : President Clarkesville 
Academy : Chaplain C. S. A. : Major C. S. A. : President Andrew Female College, 
Cuthbert, Ga. : Died March 7, 1881. 



102 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1298. ABCHIBAIiD Hll.1., Caroline Co. : Alabama. 

1299. ^George B. Hunteb, Harrisonburg, Va. : Physician : Florida : 
Died 1860. 

1300. Cyrus H. Ingi.es, Knoxville, Tenn. : Farmer: Captain C. S. A.: 
Henry Co., Va. : Treasurer Henry Co. 

1301. ^Edttard Thomas Jones, Pittsylvania Co. : Farmer: Died June, 
1862. 

1302. Samuei. C. Jones, Pittsylvania Co. : Farmer : Logansport, Ark. 

1303. George W. Livesay, Greenbrier Co. : Physician : Ironton, O. 

1304. Alexander Martin, I>. I>., Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian 
Minister : Pastor churches in Charlotte Co. and Danville, Va. 

1305. *Patrick CABELli Massie, Nelson Co. : Farmer : Died Septem- 
ber 29, 1877. 

1306. 'Wllil.IAM W. Morrison, Lincoln Co., N. C. : Farmer : Captain 
C. S. A. and Aid to Lieut. Gen. T. J. Jackson. 

1307. Chari.es a. MiLliER, A. B., Montgomery Co. : Presbyterian Min- 
ister : Chaplain 4th Virginia Regiment, C. S. Army. 

1308. Wii.i.iAM McClanahan Montague, Montgomery Co.: 
Farmer : Fauquier Co. 

1309. *Edwin J. H, McCampbeli., A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer : 
Died July 10, 1859. 

1310. *Ai.exander C. McCorkle, Rockbridge Co.: Died in early 
life. 

1311. James T. Patton, Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Editor Lexington 
Gazette, Parkersburg Gazette, Richmond Whig: Member Virginia House of Dele- 
gates : Judge County Court of Rockbridge. 

1312. ^EiiiSHA Franklin Paxton, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother 
of 1057): Lawyer: Farmer: President Rockbridge County Fair : President Bank 
of Rockbridge: Brig. Gen. commanding Stonewall Brigade C. S. A. : Killed at 
Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. 

1313. I>AVII> Lewis Kuffner, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1156) : Kanawha Co. : Lawyer : Engineer : Captain 22d Virginia Regiment, C. S. 
Army : Charleston, W. Va. 

1314. *JoHN JR. Smith, Henry Co.: Lawyer: Danville, Va. : Died 
1852. 

1315. * Joseph G. Steei^e, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1244): Law- 
yer : Clerk Circuit Court Rockbridge Co. : Died July 9, 1886. 

1316. ^George Townes, Jr., Pittsylvania Co.: Died 1876. 

1317. *JoHN Stuart Wai^keR, Richmond, Va. : Merchant: Major 
Fifteenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Malvern Hill, July, 1862. 

1318. Benjamin FRANKiiiN Wade, Lexington, Va. : Teacher: 
Farmer : Albemarle Co. : Soldier Nineteenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Cass 
Co., Ga. : Pulaski Co. : Lexington, Va. 

1319. John Jesse Wade, Montgomery Co.: Lawyer: Lieutenant- 
Colonel Fifty-fourth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Baltimore, Md. 

1320. ^M. S. Watkins, Somerville, Tenn.: Lawyer: Died 1876. 

1321. A. T.Ward, Pittsylvania Co. : Farmer: Campbell Co. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 103 



1846-1847. 

1322. ARCHIBAI.D AxEXANDER, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 767); 
Merchant. 

1323. J. MANliluS Aj^derson, Hanover Co.: Charlottesville, Va. : 
Merchant. 

1324. Samuel, D. Baker, Lexington, Va. : Merchant : Huntingdon, Ind. 

1325. Henderson Moffett Bell, A. B., Augusta Co.: Lawyer: 
Major C. S. A. : Member Virginia House of Delegates. 

1326. ^William A. Brigham, Kanawha Co.: Merchant: Salt Manu- 
facturer: Chicngo: Died 1856. 

1327. * James D. Campbell, A. B., Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 
1170): Greensboro, N. C. : Teacher: Editor: Died 1865. 

1328. Samuel Temple Chandler, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : Sur- 
geon C. S. A. : Parkersburg, W. Va. : St. Louis, Mo. 

1329. ^Samuel Miller Bold, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1215): 
Physician : Harrisonburg. Va. : Surgeon C. S. A. : Died September 8, 1870. 

1330. William Bolivar Borman, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1036) : Mercer Co. : Farmer : Captain Fiftieth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : 
Hill Co., Texas. 

1331. Gerard M. Effinger, Rockingham Co.: Merchant: Member 
Tenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A: Harrisonburg, Va. 

1332. William S. M. Gay, Albemarle Co.: Teacher: Farmer. 

1333. Andrett Tod Gilkeson, Augusta Co. : Merchant : Farmer. 

1334. James H. Gilmore, Rockbridge Co. : Teacher : Lawyer : Smythe 
Co.: Professor Equity and Constitutional Law University of Virginia. 

1335. Francis Thomas Glasgow, A. B., Rockbridge Co: Rich- 
mond, Va.: Manufacturer. 

1336. ^Samuel W. Hairston, Henry Co.: Farmer: Manufacturer: 
Died March 30, 1885. 

1337. Cornelius Hardy, Lunenburg Co. : Physician : Columbus, Miss. 

1338. ^KoBERT Breckenridge Harvey, Lexington, Va. : (Brother 
of 1228): Texas: Planter: Captain Sixth Texas Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at 
Chickamauga, September, 1863. 

1339. *Charles M. Harvey, Botetourt Co.: New Orleans: Cotton 
Merchant: Member Washington Artillery C. S. A.: Died in Indian Territory, 
1882. 

1340. Robert Barton Harvey, Botetourt Co.: Berlin, Texas: Mer- 
chant. 

1341. *Samuel K. Hendren, Augusta Co.: (Son of 179) : Physician: 
Died in Philadelplvia, November 13, 1869. 

1342. *JoHN K. Hendricks, Kanawha Co. : Presbyterian Minister, 
Kentucky: Pastor Franklin Church: Teacher: Died November 28, 1881. 

1343. *JoHN W. Holcombe, a. B., Madison, Ind. : Lawyer: La Porte^ 
Ind.: Natchez, Miss.: Of brilliant talents: Died 1855. 

1344. * John Hansford Hyde, Lexington, Va. : Physician : Died April 
1, 1851. 



104 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1345. AxFRED K. James, Eichmond, Va. : Merchant : Captain 28tli Vir- 
ginia Regiment C. S. A. 

1346. *Geobge H. James, Petersburg, Va. : Died February 16, 1855. 

1347. *'Wll.IiIAM H. Jordan, Lexington, Va.: Manufacturer: Amherst 
Co. : Died August 9, 1886. 

' 1348. Thomas JEl^lilS Kibkpatrick, Cumberland Co.: Lawyer: 
Lynchburg, Va. : Major Artillery C. S. Array : Member Virginia Senate : Trustee 
Washington and Lee University, 1860- . 

1349. George P. Kyle, A. B., Botetourt Co.: Physician: Wythe Co. 

1350. Edward J. Leyburn, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 690) : Manu- 
facturer: Builder. 

1351. Ambrose Sharp Lee, Lunenburg Co. : Lawyer : Boydton, Va. 

1352. Thomas G. Massie, Richmond, Va. 

1353. *James Moffett Moore, Augusta Co. : (Son of 425) : Farmer : 
Chattooga Co., Ga. : Died 1852. 

1354. Samuei. Brown Morrison, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Sur- 
geon C. S. A.: Medical Inspector Second Corps Army Northern Va.: Member 
Virginia House of Delegates. 

1355. *AxEXANDER Gali^atin McChesney, Rockbridge Co. : Phy- 
sician : Captain Eleventh Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Bath Co. : Kanawha Co. : 
Died May 19, 1877. 

1356. *Wllil.lAM PHII.ANDER McCoRKI^E, Rockbridge Co. : Editor 
Valley A^tor and Lynchburg Republican: Member Eleventh Virginia Regiment 
C. S. A. : Died in service, 1862. 

1357. James L. Patton, A. B., Botetourt Co.: Manufacturer: Roan- 
oke City. 

1358. "WlLIilAM T. Patton, A. B., Botetourt Co.: Manufacturer: Cap- 
tain Twenty -eighth Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Staunton, Va.: Internal Rev- 
enue Officer. 

1359. ^Charles A. Patrick, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Jackson Co., Mo.: 
Died 1865. 

1360. *Reuben Jacob Pailmer, Appomattox Co. : Lawyer : Montgom- 
ery, Texas: Member Texas Convention: Member Texas Legislature: Died 
March 20, 1868. 

1361. *'Wli.i.iAM Whitfieild Pebry, Lexington, Va. : Merchant: 
Died August 30, 1879. 

1362. 'Wii.i.iAM H. Pbiddy, Hanover Co. : Texas. 

1363. Benjamin Fbanki^in Richabdson, Louisa Co. : Farmer. 

1364. John Oougi^ASS Stebbett, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: 
Parmer : Grazier : Member Fourth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. 

1365. Thomas P. Tempi^E, Hanover Co. : Physician : Ellicott City, Md. 

1366. ^liYTTLETON Waddei.1., Augusta Co.: Editor: Farmer: Editor 
Staunton Spectator and Charlottesville Chronicle: Died April 30, 1886. 

1367. Jacob B. Wabden, Augusta Co.: Physician: Bath Co.: Cali- 
fornia : Died February 16, 1861. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 105 



1847-1848. 

1368. KiCHARD T. Barton, Frederick Co. : Teacher : Methodist Minis- 
ter: Lexington, Va. : Georgia: Alabama: Goliad, Tex.: Principal Goliad 
Female College. 

1369. *James p. Bethei.1., Danville, Va. : Tobacconist : Died 1859. 

1370. MiCHAEI. David Coffman, Kockingham Co. : Merchant : Far- 
mer. 

1371. *Wli:.l.lAM Henry Compton, A. B., Lexington, Va.: Lawyer: 
Monroe, La. : Parish Judge : Died December 26, 1871. 

1372. ^Madison S. Crockett, Wythe Co.: Lawyer: Marion, Smythe 
Co. : Member Virginia Legislature : Richmond, Va. : Editor : Albemarle Co. : 
Died December 23, 1861. 

1873. ^Pleasant Silas Dawson, Albemarle Co. 

1374. W11.I.IAM K. D0NAI.D, Eockbridge Co. : Farmer : Merchant : Cap- 
tain Artillery C. S. A. 

1375. *'Wii.i:.i AM A. Don AliD, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer: Manufacturer: 
Presiding Justice of Rockbridge: President Board of Supervisors : Member Vir- 
ginia House of Delegates: Augusta Co.: Died February 13, 1882. 

1376. W11.I.IAM R. Edmondson, Montgomery Co.: Farmer: Sergeant 
Fourth Virginia Regiment C. S. A., badly wounded in battle of Manassas. 

1377. T. E1.I.IS, Thibodeaux, La. 

1378. ^David V. G11.KESON, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Died 1871. 

1379. ^Charles Parke Gooi»Al.Ii, Hanover Co. : Physician : Henrico 
Co.: Surgeon C. S. A. : Died February 7, 1885. 

1380. *Ei.iSHA Grigsby Greenlee, Rockbridge Co. : Physician : 
Christiansburg, Va. : Mississippi : Surgeon C. S. A. : Laconia, Ark. : Died July 
10, 1885. 

1381. O. P. Hall, Honeycut, Ala. 

1382. *Upton E. Hardy, Lunenburg Co. : Farmer : Died in early life. 

1383. George K. Harper, Augusta Co. : Merchant. 

1384. ^William W. Haupt, Sumter Co., Ala. : Soldier C. S. A. : Farmer: 
Died January 29, 1873. 

1385. *Anderson Li, Holcombe, Madison, Ind.: Physician: Lynch- 
burg, Va. : Died 1866. 

1386. Conway R. Howard, Richmond, Va. : Civil Engineer in service 
of various railroads : Major Engineers C. S. A. 

1387. William F. Humphreys, Augusta Co.: Physician: Missouri: 
Florida. 

1388. ^Edward A. James, Petersburg, Va. : Died August 16, 1855. 

1389. John Kenney, Rockingham Co.: (Son of 398): Augusta Co.: 
Farmer. 

1390. ^Samuel Houston IjETCHER, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 926) : 
Lawyer : Editor : Captain Twenty -seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Colonel 
Fifty-eighth Virginia Regiment: Died November 9, 1867. 

1391. Erastus H. liiNK, A. B., Augusta Co. : Macon, Ga.: Teacher. 
8 



106 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1392. Robert McChesney, A. B., Kockbridge Co. : Physician : Green- 
brier Co. 

1393. John A. Mc Clung, Rockbridge Co. : Physician. 

1394. Samuel Augustus Merritt, A. B., Augusta Co.: Lawyer: 
California: Member California House of Delegates: Member California Senate: 
Idaho : Member U. S. Congress : Salt Lake City, Utah. 

1395. *J, Sidney Moffett, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Fort Scott, Kansas : 
Died March 23, 1888. 

1396. liANGDON C. MoSELEY, Buckingham Co. : Sheriff Buckingham Co. 

1397. A. T. MoSELEY, Buckingham Co. : Deputy Sheriff. 

1398. "WlIiLiIAM J. Penn, Botetourt Co.: Farmer: President Board of 
Supervisors. 

1399. S. Sheppard, Richmond, Va. 

1400. William E. Skinner, Lexington, Va. : Easton, Pennsylvania: 
Teacher: Lawyer: Hackensack, N. J.: U. S. Commissioner: Presiding Judge 
of Court of Common Pleas. 

1401. *«JoHN C. Smith, Lunenburg Co. : Farmer: Physician: Brunswick 
Co.: Died 1879. 

1402. ^William S. Sproul, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Died August 2,. 
1864. 

1403. ^Albert "W. Strayer, Rockingham Co.: Farmer: Died 1862. 

1404. *Charles H. Stuart, A, B., Jefferson Co.: Lawyer: Editor: 
Major Second Virginia Regiment. 

1405. Eli S. Tutwiler, Fluvanna Co.: Farmer: Rockbridge Co.: Cap- 
tain C. S. A. : Blacksburg: Rockbridge Co. 

1406. BiCHARB N. Venable, Prince Edward Co. : Physician : Missis- 
sippi : Arkansas: Surgeon C, S. A. 

1407. Thomas Newton Wilson, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Principal 
Memphis Parochial School: Principal Mountain Academy, Tennessee : Professor 
Mathematics Oakland College, 1850-58: Troy, N. Y. : Principal Troy Academy. 

1408. J. W. Wilson, Cumberland Co.: Physician: Chatham. 

1409. ^William K.Winn, Hanover Co.: Lawyer: Member Virginia 
Legislature: Died July 11, 1876. 

1848-1849. 

1410. Francis A. Alford, Canton, Miss. 

1411. John McDowell Alexander, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 
1322): Farmer: Merchant: Lieutenant Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A. : Trustee 
Washington and Lee University, 1858-85. 

1412. Robert H. Beverly, Nottoway Co. : Hotel-keeper. 

1413. ^Alexander Stuart Brown, A. B., Wythe Co : (Son of 
268): Lawyer: St. Louis, Mo.: Wytheville, Va.: Died April 8, 1859. 

1414. *Samuel Henry Brown, A. B., Kanawha Co.: (Son of 664) : 
Presbyterian Minister: Pastor Frankford Church: Died August 1, 1857. 

1415. Samuel li. Campbell, Uniontown, Penn.: Presbyterian Minister. 

1416. Benjamin Franklin I>oswell, A. B., Hanover Co. : Lawyer - 
Jacksonport, Ark. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 107 

1417. Ebenezek Dickey Finney, A. B., Churchville, Md.: Presby- 
terian Minister : Pastor Churches in Mississippi, Tennessee and Maryland : Bel- 
air, Md. 

1418. * Junius M. Fishburn, A. B., Augusta Co. : Professor of Latin 
in Washington College, 1852-58: Died March 26, 1858. 

1419. ^Chaki^es T. Friend, Chesterfield Co.: Lawyer: Member Virginia 
House of Delegates: Captain Sixth Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Died April, 1862. 

1420. W11.I.IAM E. G. G11.LISON, A. B., Kanawha Co.: Lawyer: Clerk 
Circuit Court. 

1421. John M. Godown, A. B., Easton, Penn. : Civil Engineer: En- 
gaged on Panama Railroad : Indiana: Lieutenant Twelfth Indiana Regiment U. 
S. A. : City Clerk Fort Wayne, 1873-77 : Secretary Board of State House Commis- 
sioners building Capitol at Indianapolis. 

1422. Chapman Glover, Buckingham Co.: Farmer. 

1423. *Thomas D. Hudson, A. B., Pulaski Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Pastor churches in Pulaski Co. and Wythe Co. : Died August, 1855. 

1424. James E. Jones, Buckingham Co. : Teacher. 

1425. James Madison Kyle, Botetourt Co. : Farmer : Carroll Co. 

1426. ^Alexander Kyle, Botetourt Co. : Died 1849. 

1427. * James P. Leach, A. B., Cumberland Co.: Lawyer: Bucking- 
ham Co.: Captain Twenty-first Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Died 1868. 

1428. Henry Life, Highland Co.: Physician: McEwensville, Pa. : Iowa. 

1429. William LiIFE, A. B., Highland Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Pennsylvania: Rye, N. Y. : President Rye Female Seminary. 

1430. Patrick Maloy, Ireland : Teacher : Highland Co. 

1431. -^George Kollock Marriner, A. B., Philadelphia: Teacher: 
Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Churches in New York, New Jersey and Penn- 
sylvania: Died September 5, 1869. 

1432. *Thomas J. 3IARTIN, Henry Co. : Tobacconist : Farmer : Captain 
C. S. A. : Killed at Cold Harbor, 1862. 

1433. ^Edwin L. Moore, A. B., Jefferson Co. : Bank Officer: Member 
Virginia Senate : Major C. S. A. : Cashier Second National Bank of Cumberland : 
Died December 16, 1881. 

1434. Alexander Li. ISTelson, A. B,, Augusta Co.: Assistant Professor 
Mathematics in University of Virginia : Professor Mathematics in Washington 
and Lee University 1853- : President Bank of Lexington. 

1435. M. Richard Payne, Grenada, Miss.: Physician: Yazoo Co. 

1436. Shepherd Knapp Raymond, New York: Teller Mechanics' 
Bank : Wall Street, N. Y. 

1437. Samuel V. Reid, Lynchburg, Va. : Cincinnati: Merchant: Captain 
Third Arkansas Regiment, C. S. A. 

1438. Charles S. M. See, A. B., Randolph Co.: (Son of 483) : Presby- 
terian Minister : Pastor Churches in Augusta Co., Highland Co., and in Cleburne, 
Texas. 

1439. David W. Shanks, A. B., I>. I>., Botetourt Co.: Memphis, 
Tenn. : Merchant : Lawyer : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Churches in Amelia 
Co. and Rockbridge Co., Va. : Lexington, Va. 



108 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1440. *IsAAC Notes Smith, A. B., Kanawha Co.: Lawyer: Member 
Virginia House of Delegates : Major Twenty -second Virginia Kegiment C. S. A. : 
President Kanawha Salt Co. : Died October, 1883. 

1441. ^Albert G. Strayer, Shenandoah Co. : Lawyer: Died December 
27, 1855. 

1442. 'Wii.LIAM: Robinson Taylor, King George Co.: Farmer: Cap- 
tain C. S. A. 

1443. Andrew Reid Venable, A. B., Prince Edward Co.: Farmer: 
Member Third Virginia Cavalry : Captain C. S. A. 

1444. Nathaniel J. V. Watkins, A. B., Prince Edward Co. : Gran- 
ville, N. C. : Teacher: Farmer: Member North Carolina Regiment C. S. A. 

1445. Robert Watts, A. B., D. D., Downpatrick, Ireland : Presbyte- 
rian Minister: Author: Pastor Churches in Philadelphia, Penn., and Dublin, 
Ireland: Professor Systematic Theology Assembly College, Belfast, Ireland. 

1446. Robert M. Wallace, A. B., D. D., Northampton Co., Penn.: 
Presbyterian Minister: Principal Classical School: Pastor Brownsville, Altoona, 
Stroudsburg and Milroy Churches, Pennsylvania. 

1447. ^William Paisley Wharton, A. B., Guilford Co., N. C: 
Presbyterian Minister : Pastor New Monmouth, Va., and Milton, N. C, Churches : 
Died August 6, 1856. 

1448. John B. Winn, Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: Teacher: Mississippi. 

1449. Henry Clay Yeatman, Nashville, Tenn.: Manufacturer: Far- 
mer : Columbia, Tenn. 

1450. *Jacob Yount, Rockingham Co. : Physician : Died 1852. 



1849-1850. 

1451. MOHN Armstrong, A. B., I>. D., Chester Co., Pa. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Pastor churches in Platte City, Mo., and Hazleton, Pa.; President 
Parsons College, Iowa: Died August 12, 1879. 

1452. -^William S. H. Baylor, A. B., Augusta Co.: Lawyer: Com- 
monwealth's Attorney of Staunton, Va. : Brigadier- General C. S. A., command- 
ing Stonewall Brigade : Killed at Manassas, August 30, 1862. 

1453. Samuel Blair Campbell, A. B., D. I>., Lexington, Va.: 
(Brother of 1170): Presbyterian Minister: Pastor churches in Tennessee and 
Virginia : Rose Hill, Lee Co. : Lancaster, Tex. 

1454. *W ALTER Raleigh Carlton, King and Queen Co.: Farmer: 
Died 1875. 

1455. Charles Edward Dabney, Campbell Co. : Lawyer : Chatham, 
Va. 

1456. *WlLLIAM O. Dabney, Campbell Co. : Died June, 1850. 

1457. William J). Kwing, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Farmer: Au- 
gusta Co. : Surgeon C. S. A. 

1458. Hugh Goodwin, Louisa Co. : (Son of 642) : Texas. 

1459. William H. Goodwin, Louisa Co.: (Brother of 1458): Physi- 
cian: Texas. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 109 

1460. *James p. Hammet, Montgomery Co. : Physician : Surgeon C. S. 
A.: Died 1879. 

1461. ^Meredith W, I>. Hogshead, A. B., Augusta Co.: Lawyer- 
Farmer: Captain C. S. A.: Died June 25, 1883. 

1462. ^Samuei. W. Holt, Halifax Co. : Merchant : Died 1881. 

1463. ^Joseph C. Houston, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 730): Farmer: 
Died April 7, 1853. 

1464. James H. HuNDliEY, Essex Co. : Episcopal Clergyman. 

1465. Andrew Lanahan Lowry, A. B., Northumberland Co., Penn. : 
Presbyterian Minister: Watsontown, Penn. 

1466. ^George Ai^ered MlTCHEtii, Havre de Grace, Md. : Physician : 
Died 1858. 

1467. Andrew M. Moore, Griffin, Ga. : (Son of 650): Physician: Presi- 
dential Elector. 

1468. George P. Musgrave, Southampton Co. : Physician. 

1469. William McLaughlin, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: 
Lieutenant-Colonel Artillery C. S. A. : Member Virginia Convention : Member 
Virginia House of Delegates: Judge Circuit Court, 1870- : Judge Special 
Court of Appeals, 1872-74 : Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1865- . 

1470. William J. Nelson, A. B., Augusta Co.: Lawyer. 

1471. Henry Bates Kose, A. B., Alleghany Co.: Teacher: Presbyte- 
rian Minister : Pastor Churches in Monroe Co., in Washington Co. and in Texas : 
Pleasant Hill, Texas. 

1472. *Alphonso Smith, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1198) : Teacher: 
Editor Lexington Gazette: Member Twenty -seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: 
Killed at Port Republic, June, 1862. 

1473. ^William Bedford Sharp, Belvidere, N. J.: Physician: 
Surgeon Fifteenth New Jersey Regiment U. S. A. : Surgeon First Division Sixth 
Army Corps U. S. A., stationed at San Antonio, Texas : Died October 19, 1874. 

1474. Alexander Willington Sproull, Philadelphia: Presby- 
terian Minister: Pastor Churches in Jacksonville, Fla., Chester, Pa., and Sag 
Harbor, N. Y. : Sag Harbor, N. Y. : Jacksonville, Fla. 

1475. ^George Washington Swoope, Augusta Co.: (Son of 355): 
Farmer: Died August 12, 1887. 

1476. *George B. Trimble, Augusta Co. : Physician : Monroe Co., Mo : 
Died April 1, 1864. 

1850-1851. 

1477. L<UCIAN T. Barclay, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1206) : Chicago, 
111. : Coal Dealer. 

1478. ^George A. Baxter, Richmond, Va. : (Son of 663) : St. Joseph, 
Mo. : Lawyer : Editor : Captain Cavalry C. S. A. : Killed at Front Royal, May 
23, 1862. 

1479. Philander S. Bradford, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: Pleasants 
Co., W. Va. : Member Eleventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. 

1480. William Addison Campbell, A. B., Lexington, Va. * 



110 Catalogue of Alumni. 

(Brother of 1453) : Tutor Washington College: Presbyterian Minister: Author: 
Pastor Churches in Powhatan Co., and Manchester, Va. : Fredericksburg, Va, 

1481. *Thomas Scott Gambi^e, A. B., Summerville, Ga. : (Son of 
343): Teacher: Lawyer: Palestine, Texas : Died 1854. 

1482. John A. Graham, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1296) : Physician : 
Surgeon C. S. A. 

1483. *JoHN M. Hart, Albemarle Co.: Physician: Died 1872. 

1484. *Wll.I.iAM H. Houston, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 
1463) : Lawyer: Captain C. S. A.: Died in service October 18, 1863. 

1485. WiLtiAM Finney Junkin, A. B., B. B., Lexington, Va. : 
Presbyterian Minister: Pastor churches Falling Spring, Va., Danville, Ky., 
Charleston, S. C, Mont Clair, N. J. 

1486. Batid KYI.E, Botetourt Co. : Ehea Co., Tenn. 

1487. ^James R. Kyle, Buckingham Co. : Theological Student : Died at 
Aiken, S. C, 1855. 

1488. John W. Lewis, Sweet Springs, Monroe Co.: (Son of 512). 

1489. W1LI.IAM A1.EXANDER McCoRKl^E, Rockbridge Co.: Physi- 
cian : Hawkins Co., Tenn. 

1490. -^Robert B. McKee McMaster, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
Presbyterian Minister: Pastor church in Louisa Co.: Died November 19, 1858. 

1491. -^JoHN liEYBURN MoSELEY, A. B., Bedford Co.: Lawyer: 
Kanawha Co. 

1492. Bavid H. PANNlLt, Pittsylvania Co.: Lawyer: Superintendent 
Public Schools. 

1493. Andrew White Pitzer, B. B., Roanoke Co. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Pastor churches in Liberty, Va., and Washington, D. C. 

1494. *Alexander R. Powei.1., Amherst Co. : Died 1852. 

1495. Archibald A. Sproul, Augusta Co. : Farmer. 

1496. *Cyrus B. Taliaferro, A. B., Amherst Co.: Lynchburg, Va.: 
Principal Classical School : Died March 23, 1855. 

1497. ^Beverly Tompkins, Kanawha Co. : Farmer: Died 1851. 

1851-1852. 

1498. ^Michael Call, Greenbrier Co. : Chicago : Died in early life. 

1499. ■'^William B. Bavies, A. B., Amherst Co. : Physician : Assis- 
tant Surgeon Second Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Killed at Drainesville, Va., Feb- 
ruary, 1863. 

1500. Thomas J. Freeman, Jackson, Tenn. : Sardis, Miss. : Planter. 

1501. Jacob I. Hill, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Engineer: Randolph 
Co.: Captain C. S. A.: Schuyler Co., Mo. 

1502. Charles N. Harris, Milliken's Bend, La. 

1503. IDdward William James, Richmond, Va. : Physician: Surry 
Co. : Acting Assistant Surgeon, C. S. A. 

1504. -^Nathaniel Richard James, Richmond, Va.: Physician: Caro- 
line Co. : Assistant Surgeon C. S. A. : Richmond : Merchant : Died February 9, 
1885. 



Catalogue of Alumni. Ill 

1505. *"Wli:.lLIAM Mason, Brunswick Co. : Entered Nicaraguan Army : 
Died 1857. 

1506. W11.1.1AM Walker Morrison, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
Teacher: Presbyterian Minister: Pastor Churches in Alabama, Florida and Ten- 
nessee. 

1507. *Henry Kuffner Paine, A. B., Lexington, Va.: Teacher: 
Mississippi: Professor Greek University of Mississippi: Member Rockbridge 
Artillery, C. S. A. : Killed at Manassas, 1862. 

1508. James B. Pannill, Pittsylvania Co. : Lawyer. 

1509. Joseph M. Banson, Covington, Ky. : Clerk Circuit Court. 

1510. John Spears, Rockingham Co.: Farmer: Lexington, Mo. 

1511. Addison Taliaferro, A. B., Amherst Co.: (Brother of 1496) : 
Lawyer: Georgia: Adjutant Fourteenth Georgia Regiment C. S. A.: Rush Co., 
Texas. 

1512. ^Benjamin Landen Taliaferro, Amherst Co.: (Brother of 
1511): Sheriff of Amherst, 1858-60: Lynchburg, Va. : Tobacco Commission 
Merchant: Died April 19, 1878. 

1513. ^Richard M. Taliaferro, A. B., Amherst Co.: (Brother of 
1512): Lawyer: Captain Nineteenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Died Feb- 
ruary 26, 1887. 

1514. Robert Culton "Walker, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Presbyte- 
rian Minister : Pastor Union Church, Augusta Co. : Stated Clerk Presbytery of 
Lexington : Augusta Co. 

1852-1853. 

1515. Robert Granville Campbell, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer. 

1516. J. Ne"WTON Craig, A. B., D. D., Pocahontas Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister : Pastor Churches in Yorkville, S. C, and Holly Springs, Miss. : Chap- 
lain C. S. A. : Secretary of Home Missions : Baltimore, Md. : Atlanta, Ga. 

1517. ^James Cole Davis, A, B., Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Lieu- 
tenant Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Helena, Ark.: Judge Circuit Court, 
Arkansas: Died January 31, 1886. 

1518. James K. Kdmondson, Lexington, Va.: Lawyer: Colonel Twenty- 
seventh Virginia Regiment C S. A. : Clerk County Court of Rockbridge, 1864-69 : 
Treasurer Washington College, 1865-68 : County Judge, 1870-79: Trustee Wash- 
ington and Lee University. 1870- . 

1519. Clement D. FiSHBURNE, A. B., Augusta Co.: (Brother of 1418): 
Professor Greek in Davidson College, N. C. : Lieutenant and Ordnance Oflficer 
C. S. A. : Charlottesville, Va. : Lawyer. 

1520. ^Robert Arthur Glasgow, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Member 
Fourth Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Died in service. May 10, 1862. 

1521. "^JoHN M. GoUL, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Sergeant Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Chaplain: Died August 9, 1862. 

1522. * John L. Hamilton, Lexington, Va. : Lafayette Co., Mo. : Soldier 
in Price's Army, C. S. A. : Died at Fort Smith, Ark., August, 1862. 

1523. Calvin M. Harper, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer : Bath Co. 



112 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1524. John W. Hurst, Jefferson Co. : Farmer : Quarter-Master's Depart- 
ment C. 8. A. 

1525. *Chari.ES Cyrus Hyde, A. B., Lexington, Va.: Physician: 
Died March, 1856. 

1526. *JoHN AxEXANDER RuFF Imboden, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
Amelia Co. : Teacher : Captain and Acting Adjutant General Imboden's Cavalry- 
Brigade C. S. A. : Died April 25, 1870. 

1527. *James G. liAlRD, Eockbridge Co. : Druggist : Staunton, Va. : At- 
lanta, Ga. 

1528. *1>AVID Link, Rockbridge Co.: Missouri: Texas: Teacher: Mem- 
ber Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Died August, 1869. 

1529. *KoBERT T. Massie, a. B., Augusta Co.: Professor of Mathe- 
matics, Randolph Macon College : Professor of Mathematics, University of Vir- 
ginia: Lieutenant of Engineers C. S. A.: Died July, 1863. 

1530. *Thomas Preston McDowell, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 549) : 
Texas : Farmer : Member Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A. : Died in service, 
August 7, 1862. 

1531. Andrew Moore, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 567): Kanawha Co.: 
Lawyer : Lieutenant C. S. A. : Pulaski Co. : Farmer. 

1532. *JoHN Marshall Peete, Pensacola, Fla. : Died in early life in 
Nicaraguan service. 

1633. James E. Robertson, Appomattox Co. : Farmer : Major Artillery 
C. S. A. : Bedford Co. 

1534. George C. Vanderslice, Lexington, Va. : Methodist Minister : 
Lynchburg: Petersburg, Va. 

1535. *I>. Newton Van Lear, Augusta Co. : Farmer : Member Vir- 
ginia House of Delegates: Died April 1, 1881. 

1853-1854. 

1536. William H. Barclay, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1477): Chicago: Buffalo, N. Y.: Grain Merchant: Lexington, Va. : Inspector 
P. O. Department. 

1537. * Junius Marion Baylor, Augusta, Co. : Farmer : Died March 
25, 1858. 

1538. Cornelius J. Bell, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer. 

1539. John C. Brown, A. B., Kanawha Co. : (Son of 664) : Presby- 
terian Minister : Chaplain C. S. A . : Pastor Churches in Greenbrier Co. and 
Kanawha Co. : Maiden. 

1540. ^William Campbell Preston Carrington, Botetourt Co. : 
(Son of 362) : Lawyer: St. Louis, Mo.: Captain and Adjutant First Missouri 
Regiment C. S. A.: Killed at Baker's Creek, May, 1863. 

1541. ^Henry C. Chalmers, Halifax Co. : Physician : Lynchburg, Va : 
Assistant Surgeon C. S. A. : Died February 7, 1864. 

1542. Ajrchibald G. Christian, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Member 
Tenth Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. 

1543. *Charles Patrick Estill, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Teacher: 



Catalogue of Alumni. 113 

Professor N. C. Military Institute : Captain Ordnance C. S. A. : Texas : Professor 
Texas A. and M. College: Died at Huntsville, August, 1882. 

1544. *Samuei. Wai.keb Givens, York Co., S. C. : Captain C. S. A. : 
Died 1862. 

1545, W11.1.IAM W. Glass, Frederick Co. : Farmer : Winchester. 

1646. *WlI.LIAM A, HoLMAN, Cumberland Co. : Physician : Died 1881. 

1547. ^James Rutherfoki) Houston, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 730) : 
Civil Engineer : Farmer : Member Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A. : Died March 
3, 1869. 

1548. Rutherford Rowland Houston, Monroe Co. : Assistant In- 
structor Union Theological Seminary : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Churches 
in Monroe Co., and Fincastle, Va. : Fincastle. 

1549. *T. Hpjnry Johnston, Botetourt Co. : Farmer : Captain Twenty- 
eighth Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: On stafi" of Gen. Robertson: Died 1866. 

1550. George A. Jones, Hanover Co.: Lawyer: Lieutenant C. S. A. 

1551. Robert Aurelius McChesney, Augusta Co.: (Son of 374): 
Physician. 

1552. *JosEPH McClung, a. B., Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 788) : Phy- 
sician : Surgeon C. S. A. : Died in service, 1862. 

1553. Alfred Leyburn McCorkle, Rockbridge Co.: Physician: 
Carroll Co., Mo. 

1554. William Douglass McCorkle, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Far- 
mer: Teacher: Sergeant Rockbridge Cavalry : Carrol Iton, Miss. : Reidsville, S. C. 

1555. James Davidson Morrison, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer : 
Editor: Member Virginia House of Delegates: Assistant Clerk U. S. House of 
Representatives. 

1556. Thomas Lewis Preston, A. B., D. D., Lexington, Va. : 
(Son of 827): Presbyterian Minister: Chaplain C. S. A.: Pastor Churches in 
Augusta Co., Salem, Va., Richmond and Lexington, Va. 

1557. William T. Price, A. B. , Pocahontas Co. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pastor Churches in Highland Co., Rockingham Co. and Pocahontas Co, 

1558. ^Warwick Stuart, Highland Co. : Lawyer : Died in early life. 

1559. Thomas Benton Taylor, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: 
Chicago: Lexington, Va. : Commonwealth's Attorney of Rockbridge Co.: Lex- 
ington, Mo. : St. Louis, Mo. : Editor : Fulton, Mo. 

1560. John M. Travis, Lewis Co., Mo. : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor 
Church in Paris, Mo. 

1561. Zechariah Johnston Walker, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: 
Physician : Lieutenant of Cavalry C. S. A. : Brownsburg, Va. 

1854-1855. 

1562. *J. Abbott Alexander, Lexington, Va. : Teacher : Died in 
Cumberland Co., March 1, 1861. 

1563. -^Edward Penick Arnold, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Presbyte- 
rian Minister: Died at Independence, Mo., February 17, 1861. 

1564. ^Edmund F. Bowyer, Botetourt Co. : (Son of 493) : Physician : 
Captain C. S. A.: Died June, 1862. 



114 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1565. ^WOODVII.I.E BoWYER, Botetourt Co. : (Brother of 1564) : Jour- 
nalist: Soldier C. S. A.: Died April 22, 1865, from wounds received in Battle of 
Hatcher's Run. 

1566. Charles R. CAMPBEIil., Monroe Co. : Farmer. 

1567. James McDoweli. Carrington, Botetourt Co.: (Son of 362) : 
Lawyer: Charlottesville, Va. : Major Artillery C. S. A.: New York City. 

1568. "^Alexander Beys Cochran, Staunton, Va.: Lawyer: Lieu- 
tenant Artillery C. S. A. : Commonwealth's Attornet of Staunton : Member Vir- 
ginia House of Delegates : Member Virginia Senate : Died July 2, 1877. 

1569. *Wii.lIAM: F. Cocke, A. B., Cumberland Co. : Farmer : First Lieu- 
tenant Eighteenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. 

1570. *JoHN I>. Crawford, Augusta Co.: (Son of 316): Physician: 
Died 1880. 

1571. *Zechariah Johnston Cui^ton, A* B., Rockbridge Co.: 
Teacher: Member Fourteenth Virginia Cavalry: Died in service, 1863. 

1572. ^Greenlee Davidson, A. B., Lexington, Va.: (Son of 814) : 
Lawyer: Captain Artillery C. S. A.: Killed at Chancellorsville, May, 1863. 

1573. *Wli:.i.iAM F. Figgat, Botetourt Co.: Physician: Montgomery 
Co.: Surgeon C. S. A.j Died October, 1879. 

1574. John A. Gibson, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Lieutenant-Colonel 
Fourteenth Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. 

1575. *James McDowell Graham, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1482): Lawyer: Harrisonburg, Va. : Died January 8, 1861. 

1576. *JoHN M. Guy, A. B., Augusta Co.: Tutor Washington College: 
Teacher: Died June 2, 1857. 

1577. ^JoHN liEYBURN, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1350): Physician: 
Lieutenant Rockbridge Artillery: Ass't-Surgeon C. S. N.: Died August 31, 1867. 

1578. KoDES Massie, a. B., D. Li., Augusta Co.: (Brother of 1529) : 
Lieutenant of Artillery C. S. A. : Assistant Professor Modern Languages, Wash- 
ington College: Professor Modern Languages, Richmond College: Professor 
Modern Languages and Chairman of Faculty, E. Tennessee University, Knoxville, 
Tenn. : Greenwood, Va. 

1579. -^David a. McCampbell, Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: Member 
Rpckbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Died in service, December 11, 1864. 

1580. * Webster Crawford Mc Cue, Augusta Co. : Farmer: Member 
First Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Died in service, 1862. 

1581. C. Beatty Moore, Green Co., Ark.: Lawyer: Major C. S. A. : 
Little Rock, Ark.: Attorney -General Arkansas, 1881-85. 

1582. *JoHN Baxter Paine, Botetourt Co. : (Son of 843) : Holly Springs, 
Miss.: Died 1859. 

1583. Benjamin G. Patterson, Augusta Co.: Lawyer: Harrisonburg, 
Va. : Captain Cavalry C. S. A. 

1584. ^SAMUEIi Mcl>. Keid, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1153): Died 
October 25, 1856. 

1585. Henry Martyn White, A. B., I>. D., Lexington, Va.: Pres- 
byterian Minister : Chaplain C. S. A. : Pastor Churches in Roanoke Co., Wash- 
ington Co. and Winchester, Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 115 

1586. *Matthew X.White, A. B., Lexington, Va.: Farmer: Captain 
First Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Killed during Hunter's Raid, June 11, 18^4. 

1587. Benton Wii.e y, Craig Co. : Farmer : Captain Fifty -fourth Virginia 
Regiment C. S. A. : Roanoke Co. 

1855-1856. 

1588. *George JLeyburn Baker, Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: Died 
December 20, 1881. 

1589. Charles A. Bai^IiOU, Halifax Co.: Engineer: Danville, Va.: 
City Engineer. 

1590. J. M. Barr, Richmond, Va. 

1591. ■^William G. Booker, Richmond, Va. : Died May, 1856. 

1592. *JoHN McKee Bratton, a. B., Bath Co. : Physician : Died in 
early life. 

1593. R. E. Bridgeforth, Amelia Co. 

1594. John Botyyer Brockenbrough, Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: 
Major Artillery C. S. A. : Bedford Co. : Harrisonburg, Va. : U. S. Land Inspector : 
Oregon. 

1595. ^WllililAM H. Brooks, A. B., Lawyer: Theological Student: 
Died at Columbia, S. C, February 27, 1861. 

1596. John W. Carrington, Halifax Co.: St. Louis, Mo.: Tobacco 
Merchant. 

1597. ^Dabney Cosby, Halifax Co.: Lawyer: Teacher: Editor: Died 
July, 1886. 

1598. Alexander H. Fultz, Staunton, Va. : Lawyer : Lieutenant 
Artillery C. S. A. 

1599. ^George A. Gordon, Lexington, Va. : Teacher. 

1600. Andrew Jackson Hayslett, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Phy- 
sician: Member Second Rockbridge Artillery: Surgeon C. S. A.: Druggist: 
Teacher: Farmer. 

1601. *David Gardiner Houston, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother 
of 1547) : Lawyer : Fincastle, Va. : Captain Eleventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: 
Killed at Gettysburg, July, 1863. 

1602. David Edwin Laird, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Member Twenty-, 
seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Teacher: Principal Fancy Hill (Rockbridge) 
Academy: Principal Lexington Va, High School, 1866- . 

1603. * James T. McCorkle, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Member Fourth 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1604. John Harvey Moore, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Son of 567): 
Lawyer: Member Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A. 

1605. ^Bennett Wili^iamson Moseley, A. B., Bedford Co. : Tutor 
Washington College: Presbyterian Minister: Teacher: Principal New London 
Academy: Died September 11, 1886. 

1606. *W. Thornton Owen, Halifax Co. : Physician: Died 1867. 

1607. *I>AVID Brainard Paine, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 798): Mem- 
ber Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A. 



116 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1608. WiLi^iAM Brown Patterson, Augusta Co. : Farmer. 

1609. William B. Poindexter, Lexington, Va.: Farmer: Member 
First Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. 

1610. George Poindexter, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1609) : Law- 
yer : Mobile, Ala. : Lieutenant Artillery C. S. A. : Savannah, Ga. : Birmingham, 
Ala.: Insurance Agent. 

1611. liAURlSTON A. Sale, Bedford Co.: Lawyer: Commonwealth's 
Attorney, 1860-75. 

1612. ^William H. Tate, Wythe Co.: Captain C. S. A.: Killed at 
New Market, May 15, 1864. 

1613. Samuel W. Wilson, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer. 

1856-1857. 

1614. *WlLLIAM R. Anderson, Greenbrier Co. : Merchant : Died 1862. 

1615. Abner E. Arnold, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1563): 
Member Rockbridge Artillery : Surgeon C. S. Army: Ix)uisiana: Paris, Texas. 

1616. William T. Bell, Accomac Co.: Physician: New Orleans. 

1617. *James M. Boyd, A. B,, Lynchburg, Va.: Assistant Professor 
University of Va. : Member Beaureguard Artillery : Captain and Ordnance 
Officer C. S. A. : Professor of Physics, Louisiana State Seminary : Died Feb- 
ruary, 1869. 

1618. John Campbell, A. B., Monroe Co. : Lawyer: Farmer: Lieu- 
tenant Artillery C. S. A.: Carroll Co., Mo. 

1619. William Y. Chester, A. B., Mt. Holly, Ark.: Teacher: Cap- 
tain C. S. A.: Principal Academy at Blossom Prairie, Texas. 

1620. Thomas I*. P. Cocke, Cumberland Co.: (Brother of 1569): Sol- 
dier Artillery C. S. A. : Farmer. 

1621. -^Frederick Davidson, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1572) : 
Member Fourth Virginia Regiment C. a A. : Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1622. *JoHN M. DuNLAP, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Member First Vir- 
ginia Cavalry: Killed at Gettysburg, July, 1863. 

1623. John L. Estill, Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 1543): Teacher: 
Member First Virginia Cavalry : Fresno, Cal. 

1624. *JoHN J. Fry, Wheeling, Va.: Member 27th Virginia Regiment 
C. S. A. : Killed at Manassas July 21, 1861. 

1625. J". R. Godwin, Fincastle, Va. : Physician: Member Second Vir- 
ginia Cavalry : Assistant Surgeon C. S. A. 

1626. Joseph D. Graham, Wythe Co.: Physician: Farmer: Member 
Fourth Virginia Regiment and Eighth Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Draper's 
Valley, Pulaski Co. 

1627. I>. S. Holt, Bedford Co. : Farmer. 

1628. ^Andrew M. Houston, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1484): Cap- 
tain Eleventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A., commanding the Regiment at Gettys- 
burg and badly wounded : P'armer : Died July 21, 1869. 

1629. ^Alfred H. Jackson, A. B., Lewis Co. : Lawyer : On staff of 
Gen. Stonewall Jackson: Colonel Thirty -first Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Died 
August 2, 1863, from wounds received in battle. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 117 

1630. William Bolivar F. Leech, Kockbridge Co. : Farmer : Mem- 
ber Virginia House of Delegates. 

163L N. C. IjUCK, Botetourt Co. : Farmer: Bedford Co. : Member Virginia 
House of Delegates. 

1632. *Samuel M. L/IGHTNER, Pocahontas Co.: Theological Student: 
Member Liberty Hall Volunteers : Died in service, May, 1862. 

1633. ^JoHN Livingston Massie, A. B., Augusta Co.: (Brother of 
1578) : Tutor Washington College : Lawyer : Charlottesville, Va. : Captain Artil- 
lery C. S. A. : Killed at Sparta, Va., September, 1864. 

1634. Tazewell M. McCorkle, Lynchburg, Va. : Presbyterian Min- 
ister: Member Rockbridge Artillery : Merchant: Harrisonburg. 

1635. *William: Wirt McCue, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Member First 
Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Died in service, 1862. 

1636. Paul Carrington Morton, Botetourt Co. : Presbyterian Minis- 
ter: Chaplain C. S. A. : Berzelia, Ga. 

1637. Thomas Colgate Morton, Botetourt Co.: (Brother of 1636): 
Captain C. S. A. : Staunton, Va. : Editor : Insurance Agent. 

1638. ^Alexander Swift Pendleton, A. B., Lexington, Va. : As- 
sistant Professor Washington College : Lieutenant-Colonel and Adjutant-General 
Second Corps, Army Northern Virginia: Wounded at Fisher's Hill, September 
22, 1864, died next day at Woodstock. 

1639. * James Wilson Poague, A. B., Eockbridge Co.: Teacher: 
Theological Student: Member First Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Died May 26, 
1864, from wounds received at Spotsylvania Courthouse. 

1640. William T. Poague, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Lawyer : Teacher : 
Farmer : Colonel Artillery C. S. A. : Member Virginia House of Delegates : , 
"Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1865-85 : Treasurer Virginia Military 
Institute. 

1641. A. Donald Robertson, Amherst Co. : Land Agent. 

1642. * John A. Sale, Bedford Co. : Physician : Died March, 1862. 

1643. Oscar W. Spriggs, Amherst Co.: Campbell Co.: Farmer: Cap- 
tain Forty-second Regiment C. S. A. 

1644. Robert E. A. Stuart, Rockbridge Co. : Captain Twenty-fifth 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Teacher: Hazelhurst, Miss. 

1645. John A. Thompson, Rockbridge Co.: Member Fourteenth Vir- 
ginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Lawyer : Farmer. 

1857-1858. 

1646. ^David a. Barger, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Merchant: Last 
Chance, Iowa : Died March 10, 1885. 

1647. Daniel Blain, A. B., Albemarle Co.: (Son of 723): Presby- 
terian Minister : Member Rockbridge Artillery : Pastor Churches in Rockbridge 
Co. and Christiansburg. 

1648. William M. Brown, Highland Co. : (Son of 743) : Lieutenant 
Rockbridge Artillery : Lawyer : Texas : Comptroller of Texas : Austin. 

1649. Edmund Randolph Cocke, Cumberland Co. : (Brother of 
1620) : Farmer : Captain Eighteenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. 



118 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1660. *JoHN KoBERTSON CoMPTON, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother 
of 1371): Lawyer: Monroe, La.: Died August 4, 1860. 

1651. *H. Brown Craig, A. B., Augusta Co.: Teacher: Lieutenant 
and Adjutant Twenty-third Virginia Battalion C. S. A. : Killed at Cold Harbor, 
June 3, 1864. 

1652. Robert K. Estull, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1623) : 
Member First Virginia Regiment C. S. A : Physician : Oakland, Cal. : Stockraiser. 

1653. James Henry Harvison Figgat, A. B., Fincastle, Va. : 
•Teacher: Lawyer: Captain Twelfth Virginia Regiment Cavalry C. S. A.: Presi- 
dential Elector, 1884: Member Virginia House of Delegates. 

1654. George 'Wili.iamson Fini^ey, A. B., Mecklenburg Co.: Dis- 
count Clerk : Lieutenant Fifty-sixth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Captain and 
Adjutant Fourteenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Presbyterian Minister : Pastor 
Churches in Frederick, Berkeley and Romney. 

1655. *Henry Fry, Wheeling, Va. : Lawyer : Russell Co. : Captain Thirty- 
seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : County Judge of Russell : Lewisburg, W. 
Va. : Died February, 1883. 

1656. *Chari.es Lewis Francisco, Bath Co. : (Son of 996) : Lieu- 
tenant F'ourteenth Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Killed at Gettysburg, July, 1863. 

1657. George E. Gee, Lunenburg Co. : Farmer. 

1658. ^ISAAC Vanmeter Gibson, Hampshire Co. : Member Thirteenth 
Virginia Regiment: Killed at Cold Harbor, June, 1862. 

1659. Francis M. Gilkeson, Augusta Co.: Farmer: Member Thir- 
teenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Culpeper Co. 

1660. George H. Gilmer, Albemarle Co. : Member Rockbridge Artil- 
lery: Presbyterian Minister: Chaplain C. S. A.: Pastor Churches in Maryland 

'and Pulaski Co.: Draper's Valley, Pulaski Co. 

1661. J. Emmett Guy, Augusta Co.: Lawyer: Superintendent Public 
Schools for Augusta Co. 

1662. *IsAAC Pancake Heiskeli., Hardy Co.: Teacher: Member 
Rockbridge Artillery : Professor Forest Academy, Ky. : Died November, 1877. 

1663. Charl.ES a. Holman, Cumberland Co. : Superintendent of Cum- 
berland Co. Schools. 

1664. William W. Houston, Wheeling, Va. : (Son of 752) : Presby- 
terian Minister: Member Rockbridge Artillery: Chaplain C. S. A.: Pastor 
Churches in Counties of Bath and Roanoke, and in Wyoming, Ohio. 

1665. W. I>. Jones, Fort Defiance, N. C. 

1666. ^Samuel M. LiAIRD, Rockbridge Co. : Member First Virginia 
Cavalry C. S. A. : Killed at Hawes' Shop, Va., May, 1864. 

1667. George Tate Lyle, A. B., Montgomery Co.: Presbyterian 
Minister: Member Twentieth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Chaplain C. S. A. : 
Pastor Churches in Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, and Texas : St. Albans, 
W. Va. 

1668. Samuel J. N. McCampbell, Rockbridge Co. : Dentist : Member 
Twenty-seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Lexington, Va. 

1669. John G. McCluer, Rockbridge Co.: Lawyer: Sergeant Rockbridge 
Artillery: Member Twelfth Virginia Cavalry C. S. A: Parkersburg, W. Va.: 
Commonwealth's Attorney. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 119 

1670. Robert McFarland, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Teacher: Lawyer: 
Captain Fourth Alabama Regiment C. S. A. : Colonel Morgan's Cavalry : 
Florence, Ala. 

1671. *Henry Kuffner Morrison, A, B., Rockbridge Co.: Captain 
Liberty Hall Volunteers: Adjutant Twenty-third Virginia Battalion: Professor 
Greek Oakland College, Miss. : Lawyer : Vicksburg, Miss. : Delta, La. : Died 
April 16, 1879. 

1672. Norman M. Nebl,ETT, Lunenburg Co. : Brunswick Co. : Planter 
in Virginia and Mississippi : Lieutenant C. S. A. 

1673. Samuel F. Pilson, Augusta Co. : Farmer. 

1674. James F. Poague, Rockbridge Co. : Member First Virginia Cav- 
alry : Tensas Parish, La. 

1675. *Frank I>. Sherrard, Hampshire Co.: Farmer: Lieutenant 
Thirteenth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Cold Harbor, June, 1862. 

1676. Samuel Cunningham Smith, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother 
of 1472): Teacher: First Sergeant Rockbridge Artillery: Greensboro, N. C. r. 
Principal Greensboro High School. 

1677. Adam C. Snyder, Highland Co. : Lewisburg : Captain C. S. A. : 
Lawyer: Judge Court of Appeals, West Va. 

1678. ^HuGH Augustus "White, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1585): Tutor Washington College: Teacher: Captain Liberty Hall Volunteers : 
Killed at Manassas, August 30, 1862. 

1858-1859. 

1679. ^Archibald Hays Barclay, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 491) r 
Accidentally shot and died, September 11, 1859. 

1680. A. Barksdale, Jr., Halifax Co.: Lieutenant C. S. A.: Lawyer: 
Farmer. 

1681. John I>. Brooks, A. B., Augusta Co.: Lawyer: Missouri: New 
Mexico. 

1682. Henry Clay Brown, Montgomery Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Member Rockbridge Artillery: Pastor churches in Arkansas, Tennessee, Ala- 
bama, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia and Missouri : Washington Co., Mo. 

1683. ^Andrew W. Cameron, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Lieutenant 
Fourteenth Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Died March, 1871. 

1684. ^Samuel Bolling Cleghorn, Columbus, Ga. : Lieutenant 
Twentieth Georgia Regiment C. S. A. : Wounded at Wilderness : Lawyer : 
Mayor Columbus, Ga. : Assistant Doorkeeper U. S. House of Representatives: 
Died April 19, 1881. 

1685. Henry Thomas I>ARNALL, Augusta Co.: Member Rockbridge 
Artillery : Presbyterian Minister : Teacher : Pastor churches in Giles Co. and 
Amelia Co., Va., in Milton and Durham, N. C. : Durham, N. C. 

1686. Edward W. I>0UGLASS, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer. 

1687. James Samuel Greenlee, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Member 
First Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Presbyterian Minister: Comanche, Tex. 

1688. John W. Gilkeson, Augusta Co. : Farmer : First Lieutenant 
Twenty-fifth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. 



120 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1689. J. Harvey Gii^more, A. B., Kockbridge Co.: Member Rock- 
bridge Artillery: Presbyterian Minister: Pastor Churches in Rockbridge Co. 
and Augusta Co., Va., and Berkeley Co., W. Va. : Berkeley Co., W. Va. 

1690. James Haynes, A. B., Monroe Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Chaplain C. S. A. : Fayette Co., W. Va. 

1691. Charles M. Harris, Caroline Co.: Member First Virginia 
Cavalry C. S. A. : Teacher : Dinwiddie Co. 

1692. Matthew Hale Houston, A. B., I>. I>., Wheeling: (Son of 
752) : Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer Mcintosh's Artillery Battalion C. S. A.: 
Presbyterian Minister : Missionary to China : Pastor Churches in Virginia and 
Kentucky: Secretary of Board of Foreign Missions: Baltimore, Md. 

1693. George G. Junkin, A. B., Hollidaysburg, Penn.: Lawyer: 
Christiansburg, Va. : Captain and A. A. General C. S. A.: Superintendent 
Public Schools: Commonwealth's Attorney: County Judge, Montgomery Co. 

1694. George L. Leyburn, A. B., Bedford Co.: (Son of 782): Lieu- 
tenant Thirty-fourth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Presbyterian Minister: Pastor 
Churches in Winchester, Va., and Lexington, Mo. : Missionary to Greece : Lex- 
ington, Mo. 

1695. George Life, A. B., Highland Co. : Presbyterian Minister : Iowa : 
Eureka, Kansas. 

1696. ^Arthur I>. McCliUER, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer : Member 
Twenty-seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Malvern Hill, July, 
1862. 

1697. *Jam:es McOoweli. McClung, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Son 
of 788) : Member First Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Physician: Died May, 1872. 

1698. *JoHN Wilson McCown, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Theological 
Student: Died May 28, 1862. 

1699. ^William A. McCue, A. B., Augusta Co.: (Son of 352) : Teacher: 
Member Second Virginia Cavalry: Captain C. S. A.: Wytheville, Va. : Died 
August 30, 1884. 

1700. Robert A. McCuTCHAN, Augusta Co.: Randolph Co.: Merchant: 
Superintendent Public Schools of Randolph. 

1701. Milton M. Moffett, Augusta Co. : Farmer. 

1702. J. Blythe Moore, Richmond, Va. : Member Richmond Howitzers: 
Insurance Agent. 

1703. John D. Myers, Lexington, Va. : Member First Virginia Cavalry 
C. S. A. : Physician : Huntington, West Virginia. 

1704. ^Dudley I>igges Pendleton, A. B., Jefferson Co. : Member 
Rockbridge Artillery : Captain C. S. A. : Teacher : Principal Shepherd College : 
Shepherdstown, West Va. : Died July 27, 1886. 

1705. Brainard M. Pinkerton, Rockbridge Co. : Covesville, Albe- 
marle Co. : Depot Agent. 

1706. No YES Rand, Kanawha Co. : Lieutenant and Adjutant Twenty -Second 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Merchant : El Paso, Texas. 

1707. William A. Sterrett, Rockbridge Co. : F'armer : Teacher. 

1708. Francis McFarland Swoope, Augusta Co.: (Son of 355): 
Lieutenant Artillery C. S. A.: Presbyterian Minister: Randolph Co., West Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 121 

1709. *WliililAM T. Walker, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Captain Second 
Georgia Battalion C. S. A. : Physician : Died in New York, May 15, 1875. 

1710. "WllililAM F. "WlLHEliM, Rockbridge Co.: Presbyterian Minister: 
Pastor churches in Montgomery Co., Va., and Greenbrier Co., West Va., and 
Hillsboro, N. C. 

1711. W11.I.IAM G. W11.I.IAMSON, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Member 
Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Lieutenant C. S. Engineers: Civil Engineer: 
Montgomery, Ala. 

1712. W11.1.IAM M. WlLliSON, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Fincastle : 
Teacher : Member Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A. : Professor Greek Central Uni- 
versity, Richmond, Ky. 

1859-1 860. 

1713. Joseph T. Ai.r,YN, A. B., Norfolk, Va. : Lawyer. 

1714. KoBERT Barton, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Member First Virginia 
Cavalry C. S. A. : Pulaski Co. : Bedford Co. 

1715. ^George Beirne Chapman, Monroe Co. : Captain Artillery C. 
S. A. : Killed at Winchester, Va., September, 1864. 

1716. ^William G. Caruthers, DeSoto Co., Miss.: Soldier C. S. A. 

1717. C. S. Circle, Alleghany Co. 

1718. SoLiON T. Coi^EMAN, Spotsylvania Co.: Farmer. 

1719. F. M. Cox, Kanawha Co. : Clerk. 

1720. *Albert Li. Davidson, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1621) : Captain C. S. A. : Killed April, 1865. 

1721. *GlVENS Davidson, Rockbridge Co. : Merchant : Member Liberty 
Hall Volunteers : Died 1869. 

1722. David Duni^op, Jr., A. B., Petersburg, Va.: Tobacconist. 

1723. ^James Selwyn Evins, Marion, Ala.: Lieutenant Fourth Ala- 
bama Regiment C. S. A. : Died in service, March 9, 1862. 

1724. *Harry Estill, A. B., Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 1652) : Lieu- 
tenant and Ordnance Officer Colquit's Brigade C. S. A.: Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics Washington College : Professor of Mathematics Randolph Macon 
College 1868-78 : Professor of Natural Philosophy Washington and Lee Univer- 
sity 1878-80: Died May 16, 1880. 

1725. C. C. Gould, A. B., Illinois : Presbyterian Minister : Sutton, W.Va. : 
Cottageville, Ky. 

1726. J. T. Guthrie, Rogersville, Tenn. 

1727. Henry L. Hoover, Augusta Co.: Teacher: Lieutenant Twenty- 
fifth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Insurance Agent. 

1728. John K. Johnson, Bedlord Co. : Lawyer: Captain Artillery C. S. 
A.: Montgomery Co. : Clerk County and Circuit Courts : Clerk of Re vision of Code. 

1729. *Harry E. Jordan, Richmond, Va. : Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers, and a North Carolina Regiment C. S. A. : Died June 15, 1864, 
of wounds received in battle. 

1730. John H. LiECKEY, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Member Rockbridge 
Artillery and Eleventh Virginia Cavalry: Teacher: Principal Staunton High 
School, Chamberlin Institute and Huntsville P'emale College : Moss Point, Miss. 

9 



122 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1731. "^JoHN Baxter McCorki^e, Rockbridge Co.: Teacher: Lieu- 
tenant Rockbridge Artillery: Killed at Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. 

1732. George Baxter McCorki^E, Rockbridge Co.: Captain Fourth 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Physician: Covington, Va.: Superintendent of 
Schools. 

1733. *HoWARD A. McCuTCHAN, A. B., Augusta Co.: Teacher: 
Lieutenant Second Georgia Battalion : Died in service, July 29, 1864. 

1734. *Edgar H. Marquess, Lexington, Va. : Teacher: Fulton, Mo.: 
Professor Latin Westminster College. 

1735. Richard Kidder Meade, Clarke Co.: Member Second Vir- 
ginia Regiment : Captain C. S. A. : Teacher. 

1736. David E. Moore, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1604): 
Teacher: Sergeant Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Lawyer: Commonwealth'& 
Attorney of Rockbridge, 1875- . 

1737. Hugh Nei^SON, Albemarle Co. : Member Fitz Lee's Cavalry : Balti- 
more, Md. : Physician. 

1738. William Nelson Nickell, Monroe Co. : Minister Cumberland 
Presbyterian Churcii : Davies Co., Mo. 

1739. -^William N. Page, Jr., Lexington, Va.: Member Eighteenth 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed :it Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1740. -^Charles C. Phillips, Staunton, Va. : Member Rockbridge Artil- 
lery : Member Signal Corps : Physician : City Physician : Medical Examiner 
Valley Mntu?il Life Association: Died November 17, 1887. 

1741. "^Frank Preston, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1556) : 
Sergeant Rockbridge Artillery: Captain Cadet Corps V. M. L, in battle of New- 
Market May 15, 1864: Assistant Professor Greek Washington College: Professor 
Greek William and Mary College: Died November 19, 1869. 

1742. Thomas I>. Ranson, Jefferson Co.: Adjutant Fifty-second Vir- 
ginia Regiment C. S. A.: Lawyer: Staunton, Va. 

1743. William O. Boss, A. B., Augusta Co. : Methodist Minister Balti- 
more Conference South : Hedgesville, West Va. 

1744. E. W. Sale, Bedford Co. : Physician. 

1745. *K. C. M. Sale, Bedford Co.: Kansas: Cattledealer : Texas: Died 
July, 1868. 

1746. J. M. Scott, Stafford Co. : Texas : Farmer. 

1747. *JoHN Cooke Sloan, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Member Rock- 
bridge Second Artillery : Died in service C. S. A., 1862. 

1748. "W. R. Snead, Morganza, Point Couple, La. : Planter : Captain First 
Louisiana Cavalry, C S. A. 

1749. *James B. Snead, Morganza, Point Coupee, La.: Planter: Member 
First Louisiana Cavalry, C. S. A. : Died October 10, 1876. 

1750. H. C. Snead, Morganza, Point Couple, La. : Clerk : Member Yost's 
Battery. 

1751. Horatio H. Thompson, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1645): 
Lawyer: Member Fourteentb Virginia Cavalry: Merchant. 

1752. ^William M. Walkup, Rockbridge Co. : Lieutenant C. S. A. : 
Monroe Co., Ark. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 123 

1753. *H. A. Watkins, Charlotte Co. : Member Fourteenth Virginia Cav- 
alry C. S. A. : Killed 1863. 

1754. Frank C. Wii^SON, A. B., Harrisonburg, Va. : Captain Twenty- 
seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Physician : Louisville, Ky. : Professor 
Louisville Medical College. 

1860-1861. 

1755. WlLtlAM A. Anderson, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 811) : Orderly 
Sergeant Liberty Hall Volunteers:! Member Virginia Senate, 1869-73 : U.S. 
Commissioner Paris Exposition: Member Virginia Jlouse of Delegates: Trustee 
Washington and Lee University, 188-";- . 

1756. James P. Amol-E, Rockbridge Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Farmer. 

1757. Thomas Frank Amoi.e, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1756): 
Member Liberty Hall Volunteers: Farmer: Teacher. 

1758. *Jacob W. Arnoild, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1615) : 
Member Liberty Hall Volunteers: Captain C. S. A.: Physician: Member Vir- 
ginia House of Delegates: Died November, 1887. 

1759. AI.EXANDER Tedford Barci-AY, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 
1068): Lieutenant Liberty Hall Volunteers: Farmer: Editor: Manufacturer: 
Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1885- : President Board of Supervisors. 

1760. WlLtlAM J. BELIi, Augusta Co.: Member Liberty Hall Volunteers: 
Physician. 

1761. ^Charles W. Bei.l, Rockbridge Co.: Sergeant Liberty Hall Vol- 
unteers: Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1762. Kandoilph Harrison Bi.ain, A. B., Williamsburg, Va.: 
(Brother of 1647) : Member Richmond Howitzers : Lieutenant Artillery C. S. A. : 
Lawyer: Louisville, Ky. 

1763. *Benjamin a. BRADiiEY, Rockbridge Co. : Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1764. ^Francis T. Brooke, Spotsylvania Co.: Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers : Captain Thirtieth Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Physician : Super- 
intendent Central Lunatic Asylum : Died April, 1882. 

1765. *Wll.i.iAM Brooks, Augusta Co.: Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Died in service, July 16, 1861. 

1766. ■^Andrew Brooks, Augusta Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volunteers : 
Killed at Chancellorsville, May, 1863. 

1767. * James M. Brown, Kanawha Co.: (Son of 664): Theological 
Student: Greenbrier Co.: Died 1862. 

1768. ■^Joseph Chester, Mount Holly, Ark. : (Brother of 1619) : Member 
Liberty Hall Volunteers: Killed at Spotsylvania C. H., May 12, 1864. 

1769. ^Robert K. Compton, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1650): 
Member Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Washington City: Civil Engineer: Died 
at Norfolk, Va., October 9, 1881. 

1770. Preston A. Davidson, Indianapolis, Ind. : (Son of 952) : Member 

fThe Liberty Hall Volunteers, composed of students of Washington College, belonged to the 
Fourth Virginia Regiment, Stonewall Brigade, C. S. A. 



124 Catalogue of Alumni. 

Twenty-seventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Wounded at Manassas : Captain 
C. S. A.: Rockbridge Co. : Farmer: Indiana. 

1771. J. KoTVI.AND Echols, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 940): Merchant. 

1772. ■'^JOHN T. FowiiER, Louisa Co. : Member Cumberland Troop Third 
Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Killed at Kelly's Ford, March, 1863. 

1773. Jam£S Samuel Gibson, Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1574) : Mem- 
ber Fourteenth Virginia Cavalry : Farmer : President Board of Supervisors. 

1774. *Thomas J. Godwin, Botetourt Co.: Lawyer: Died 1883. 

1775. * James A. Gold, Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 887): Member First 
Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Died in service, August 28, 1861. 

1776. "W. "WoODVILIiE Greenlee, Rockbridge Co.: Member First 
Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Farmer : Missouri. 

1777. *KoBERT James Hallett, Norfolk, Va. : Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General C. S. A. : Died July 31, 1869. 

1778. James E. Hanger, Augusta Co.: Merchant: Machinist: Rich- 
mond, Va. 

1779. Newton Hazlewood, Campbell Co. : Clerk Norfolk and Western 
R. R. Co. : Roanoke City. 

1780. William M. Johnston, Rockbridge Co. : Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers : Farmer : Bedford Co. 

1781. *JoHN P. LiGHTNER, Augusta Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Died in service, 1862. 

1782. ^Nathaniel Burwell LiOGAN, Botetourt Co. : Member Liberty 
Hall Volunteers: Killed at Petersburg, 1865. 

1783. Samuel H. Lyle, Rockbridge Co. : (Son of 566) : Lieutenant Lib- 
erty Hall Volunteers : Farmer. 

1784. John Newton LiYLE, A. B., Montgomery Co. : (Brotherof 1667) : 
Lieutenant Liberty Hall Volunteers : Lawyer : County Judge Montgomery Co. : 
Williamson Co., Tex. : Presbyterian Minister. 

1785. * Albert Ludwig, Lexington, Va. : Soldier U. S. A.: Killed at 
Hatcher's Run, February, 1865. 

1786. James Samuel Mackey, A. B., Rockbridge Co. : Member Lib- 
erty Hall Volunteers: Farmer: Teacher. 

1787. *James "W. MacoUGHTRY, Jefferson Co. : Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Killed at Manassas, August 28, 1862. 

1788. James Zechariah McChesney, Rockbridge Co. : Member 
Fourteenth Virginia Cavalry C. S. A.: Merchant: Kanawha Co. 

1789. EvERARD Meade, Clarke Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volunteers : 
Teacher : Episcopal Clergyman : Tappahannock Co. 

1790. William T. Meade, Clarke Co. : Orderly-Sergeant Artillery C. 
S. A. : Captain C. S. A.: Farmer: Louisa Co. 

1791. *Edward a. Mitchell, Columbus, Ga. : Sergeant Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Died in service C. S. A., July, 1861. 

1792. George H. Moffett, Pocahontas Co. : Lawyer : Editor : Member 
and Speaker West Virginia House of Delegates : Upshur Co. : St. Paul, Minn. 

1793. William L, Moffett, Rockbridge Co. : Merchant : Kanawha Co. 

1794. J. Julius Moore, Rockbridge Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Farmer. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 125 

1795. Samuei. K. Moore, Rockbridge Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Farmer: Merchant. 

1796. John Moon, Campbell Co. 

1797. *Henry Rutherford Morrison, Eockbridge Co.: Member 
Fourteenth Virginia Cavalry : Lieutenant Infty-eighth Virginia Regiment C. S. 
A.: Died in service, 1862. 

1798. Henry H. Myers, Lexington, Va. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Merchant. 

1799. Cyrus F. Neel, Monroe Co. : Signal Service C. S. N. : Farmer. 

1800. *Charl.ES F. Nelson, Augusta Co. : Sergeant Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Killed at Kernstovvn, March 23, 1862. 

1801. *WlL,tIAM Baxter Ott, Rockbridge Co. : Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1802. Carter Page, Cumberland Co. : Episcopal clergyman : Loudoun Co. 

1803. Alexander S. Paxton, A. B., Rockhridge Co.: Member Lib- 
erty Hall Volunteers : Teacher Classical Schools in Pulaski Co., in Rockingham 
Co. and Augusta Co : Principal Female Academy, Stanford, Ky. 

1804. * William L. Paxton, Rockbridge Co.: Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1805. *WiLLlAM C. Preston, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1741) : Mem- 
ber Liberty Hall Volunteers: Killed at Second Manassas, August 28, 1862. 

1806. J. Woods Price, A. B., Pocahontas Co.: Farmer: Teacher. 

1807. James S. Raymond, Greenbrier Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Teacher: Mississippi: President Jefferson College, Washington, Miss. 

1808. ^Thomas W. Read, Rockbridge Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers : Died in service, 1862. 

1809. John W. Rieley, A. B., Jefferson Co.: Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General C. S. A. : Law- 
yer: Halifax Co.: Commonwealth's Attorney of Halifax: Revisor of the Code. 

1810. David Edmondson Ruff, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Son of 
845): Sergeant Liberty Hall Volunteers: Physician: Lamar Co., Texas: Junc- 
tion City, Oregon. 

1811. Charles A. Scott, Buckingham Co.: Farmer. 

1812. Joseph L*. Sherrard, A. B., Hampshire Co.: Lieutenant 
Liberty Hall Volunteers : Civil Engineer: Presbyterian Minister: Clarke Co.: 
Albemarle Co. 

1813. ■'^Cyrus D. Strickler, Staunton, Va.: Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers: Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1814. James Ij. Suddarth, Lexington, Va. : Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers : Physician : Washington City. 

1815. IjEWIS Summers, Kanawha Co. : Farmer. 

1816. ^William J. Thompson, A. B., Rockbridge Co.: Member 
Liberty Hall Volunteers: Died in service, 1861. 

1817. Thomas M. Turner, Goochland Co.: Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers : Teacher : Kentucky : Principal Dudley Institute, Frankfort. Ky. 

1818. ^Calvin Utz, Botetourt Co.: Member Liberty Hall Volunteers: 
Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 



126 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1819. John C. Van Fossen, A. B., Augusta Co.: Captain C. S. A.: 
Teacher: Principal Winchester (Va.) Public Schools. 

1820. Chakl.es Williams, Botetourt Co. : Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Kentucky: Teacher: Treasury Department U. S. : Washington City. 

1821. Richard Burks Williams, Botetourt Co. : Member Eleventh 
Virginia Regiment C. 8. A. : Texas. 

1822. James F. Wilson, Rockbridge Co. : Member Fourteenth Virginia 
Cavalry C. S. A.: Augusta Co.: Farmer: Commissioner of Revenue. 

182.S. ^H. li. Wilson, Jr., Augusta Co.: Member Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

1824. WiLlilAM N. WllLSON, Rockbridge Co.: Member Liberty Hall 
Volunteers : Augusta Co. : Farmer, 

1825. J. Watson Woods, A. B., Buckingham Co. : Member Liberty 
Hall Volunteers: Teacher: Nashville, Tenn. 

1861-1862. 

1826. Elihu H. Barclay, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 1759) : Captain 
C. S. A.: Editor Lexington Gazette. 

1827. Henry C Barnett, Montgomery Co. : Farmer. 

1828. *F. J. Crocken, Lexington, Va. : Member Rockbridge Artillery 
C. S. A. : Died 1865. 

1829. Calvin Morgan I>0I.D, Lexington, Va. : Member Rockbridge 
Artillery C. S. A.: Merchant: Mayor of Lexington. 

1830. I>. Clinton Gallaher, Augusta Co. : Member First Virginia 
Cavalry C. S. A.: Kanawha Co.: Lawyer: Charleston, W. Va. 

1831. *J. Frank Gilham, Lexington, Va. 

1832. George Byrd Harrison, Prince George Co.: Physician: 
Washington City. 

1833. W. V. Kennon, Powhatan Co.: Farmer: Manufacturer. 

1834. Richmond T. Lacy, New Kent Co.: Third Virginia Cavalry 
C. S. A. : Lawyer : Commonwealth's Attorney New Kent Co. 

1835. Ai^FRED Leyburn, Jr., Rockbridge Co.: (Brother of 1577): 
Member First Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. : Merchant : Farmer. 

1836. Alexander Spotswood Payne, Lynchburg, Va.: Merchant. 

1837. Archer A. Phlegar, Montgomery Co. : Lawyer : Common- 
wealth's Attorney: Member Virginia Senate. 

1838. ^Edmund Randolph Preston, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
1805): Died December 19, 1862. 

1839. W. KOANE RuFFIN, Chesterfield Co. : Lieutenant Engineers and 
Lieutenant Artillery C. S. A. : Farmer : Rector University of Virginia. 

1862-1863. 

1840. C. H. BiNNS, New Kent Co. : Soldier C. S. A. : Farmer. 

1841. Henry Clay Byrnside, Monroe Co. : Farmer. 

1842. ^James LiEITCH Crawford, Albemarle Co.: Died at Clinton, 
Ga., July 27, 1867. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 127 

1843. James Henry Hays Harper, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer. 

1844. G. Watson James, D. L., Richmond, Va.: (Son of 1087) : Mem- 
ber Henly's Battalion C. S. A. : Editor Richmond Enquirer and Richmond 
Standard: On Editorial Staff Richmond Dispatch. 

1845. *W. PENDI.ETON, New Orleans, La. : Died 1871. 

1846. *JoHN J. KoBERTSON, Appomattox Co.: Physician: Surgeon U. 
S. A. : Lowesville, Amherst Co., Va. : Died 1885. 

1847. ^Charles V. Smith, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1676): Died 
August 25, 1863, at age of 20, from disease contracted in Confederate service. 

1848. Francis H. Smith, Lexington,' Va.: Adjutant and Adjunct-Pro- 
fessor Mathematics V. M. Institute. 

1 849. W1LI.IA.M Clarence Stuart, Rockbridge Co. : Member Rock- 
bridge Artillery C. S. A.: Merchant. 

1850. W. C. Templeman, Richmond, Va. 

1851. *J. Li. TuNSTALI., Greensboro, Ala.: Died 1881. 

1852. W. B. W ATKINS, Charlotte Co. : Farmer. 

1853. John Sproui. White, Lexington, Va. : Merchant. 

1854. John Withrow, Rockbridge Co. : Member Rockbridge Artillery 
C. S. A. : Merchant : Lexington, Va. 

1863-1864. 

1855. Philip Edloe Bacon, Albemarle Co.: Member Rockbridge 
Artillery C. S. A. : Trenton, Ky. 

1856. J. M. Brown, De Witt, Texas. 

1857. B. C. Chaires, Leon Co., Fla. : Farmer. 

1858. *WlLi.lAM T. Chapin, Lexington, Va. : Member Rockbridge Artil- 
lery C. S. A.: Merchant: Clarke Co. 

1859. W. C. Daniels, Lexington, Va. 

1860. George J. Davison, Richmond, Va. : Dentist. 

1861. Cecil R. Estill, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1652): Bryan City, 
Brazos Co., Texas : Lumber business. 

1862. JR. Eldon Freeman, Lexington, Va. : Danville, Va.: Managing 
Editor Danville Daily Times. 

1863. Charles M. Gallaher, Augusta Co.: (Brother of 1830) : Roa- 
noke City, Va. : Railroad Agent. 

1864. ^William H. GiLHAM, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1831) : Rich- 
mond, Va. : Teacher: Lawyer: Manufacturer: Died November 1, 1884. 

1865. F. G. GwYNN, Lexington, Va. 

1866. John W. Harris, Augusta Co. : Cadet U. S.N. : Physician: Medi- 
cal Inspector B. & O. Railroad: Garrett, Ind. : Staunton, Va. : City Physician : 
Medical Examiner Southern Life Association. 

1867. Andrew Ingles, Montgomery Co. : Farmer. 

1868. H. H. Jones, Highland Co. : Lieutenant Twenty-fifth Virginia Regi- 
ment C. S. A. : Physician. 

1869. Frank S. Jordan, Rockbridge Co. : Farmer. 

1870. J. Ij. Jordan, Alleghany Co. : Texas: Farmer and Grazier. 



128 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1871. Henry O. Locher, Kockbridge Co. : Manufacturer. 

1872. Chari.es H. Logan, Winchester, Va.: Gold-Miner: Red CliflP, 
Summit Co., Col. 

1873. J. MOFFETT McCLiUNG, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Hillsboro 
Co., Fla. 

1874. * Alamby Mii^i^iNGTON Mili^er, A. B. , Lexington, Va. : Peters- 
burg, Va.: Law Student: Died November 13, 1869. 

1875. Samuei. p. Moore, Georgia: (Son of 650) : Mississippi. 

1876. J. C. Neai., Lunenburg Co. : Farmer. 

1877. I>AVID A. Ott, Rockbridge Co. : (Brother of 1801) : Member Rock- 
bridge Second Artillery C. S. A.: Farmer: Teacher: Kyle, Texas. 

1878. James Ij. Paxton, Rockbridge Co.: Sergeant Rockbridge Artillery 
C. S. A.: California. 

1879. A. M. Robins, Gloucester Co. 

1880. J. C Sanderfer, Hampstead Co., Ark. 

1881. *H. C. Selden, Gloucester Co. 

1882. E, Eugene Stickl,EY, Shenandoah Co. : Member Thirty-third 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Lawyer. 

1883. 'WlI.I.lAM Houston "White, Lexington, Va.: Member Rock- 
bridge Artillery C. S. A.: Merchant. 

1884. Thomas W. Williamson, Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 1711): 
Member Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A.: Principal Leesburg (Va.) Academy: 
Professor University of the South : Committee Clerk House of Representatives 
U. S. : Officer Internal Revenue Bureau. 

1864-1865, 

Suspension on account of the War. 

1865-1866. 

1885. "W. H, Barnett, Washington, Ga. : Atlanta, Ga. 

1886. C. M. Barrow, Bayou Sara, La. : Planter : Bayou Sara, La. 

1887. T. J. Carpenter, Beaver Dam, Va. : Baptist Minister: WestVa. 

1888. Clarence Coleman, Louisa Co., Va. : Trevilian's, Va. 

1889. J. B. COLYAR, Winchester, Tenn. : Journalist: Nashville, Tenn. 

1890. Hugh Z. Craighead, Knoxville, Tenn. : Broker: Nashville, Tenn. 

1891. *C. J. Daily, Oakland, Md. 

1892. B. M. Davis, Richmond, Va. 

1893. F. De Frouville, Frederick, Md. 

1894. Chas. H. Effinger, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Merchant : Lexington, 
Va. 

1895. Geo. Williams Effinger, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : 
Lexington, Va. 

1896. Robert N. Gillespie, Washington, Tenn. : Dayton, Tenn. 

1897. li, P. Grant, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. 

1898. John A. Grant, Atlanta, Ga. : Railroad President : New Orleans, La. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 129 

1899. T. J. M. Hanson, Wytheville, Va. 

1900. James B. Harrington, Pike Co., Miss. 

1901. *15. I>. Hatcher, Bedford Co., Va. 

1902. M. A. Hearne, Wheelock, Tex. 

1903. M. T. Hearne, Wheelock, Tex. 

1904. C. M. Hll.1., La Grange, Ga. 

1905. F. F. Irby, Nottoway Co., Va. : With T. P. Branch & Co., Bankers, 
Richmond, Va. 

1906. Alwyn Jameson, Culpeper Co., Va. : Farmer : Brandy Station, Va. 

1907. Chari.es Jones, Leesville, S. C. 

1908. Henry Kuffner IjAIRI>, Rockbridge Co.: Jordan's Company 
First Vir^iinia Cavalry C. S. A.: Presbyterian Minister: Gonzalez, Tex. 

1909. John B. Lapsi-EY, Selma, Ala.: Cave Spring, Ga. 

1910. H. P. Matthews, Houston, Tex.: R. R. Conductor: Plouston, Tex. 

1911. D. B. Meade, Petersburg, Va. : Lumber Merchant: Petersburg, Va. 

1912. Harry F. Moore, Rockbridge Co.: Farmer: Rockbridge Co., Va. 

1913. Alfred A. McKethan, Fayetteville, N. C. : Manufacturer: Fay- 
etteville, N. C. 

1914. Thomas M. Nei^SON, Augusta Co., Va. : Ohio. 

1915. J. B. Newman, Jr., Barboursville, Va. : Physician: Sun River, 
Montana. 

1916. W11.I.IAM P. Orr, Covington, Ky. : Physician St. John's Asylum, 
Kenton Co., Ky. 

1917. Robert N. Pendleton, Jefferson Co., W. Va. : Lawyer: Wythe- 
ville, Va. 

1918 M. A. Pope, Washington, Ga. : Farmer: Washington, Ga. 

1919. James Rawlings, Brunswick Co., Va. : Farmer : Charlie Hope 
P. O., Va. 

1920. ^Robert Sherrard, Hampshire Co., W. Va. : Died January 29th, 
1875. 

1921. * James A. Sloan, Greensboro, N. C. : Died August 30th, 1866. 

1922. F. J. Snyder, Highland Co., Va. : Lawyer : Huntersville, West Va. 

1923. Samuei. W. Sterrett, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : New 
Hampden, Va. 

1924. James E. Stout, Culpeper Co., Va. : Teacher: Stevensburg, Va. 

1925. N. G. Thomas, Clarksville, Tenn. : Montgomery, Ala. 

1926. J. "WlLiMER Turner, Goochland Co., Va. : Episcopal Clergyman: 
Mississippi. 

1927. *Wll.l.lAM F. Turner, Baltimore, Md. 

1928. * James A. Turk, Staunton, Va. : Cattle Broker : Richmond, Va. : 
Died December 31st, 1887. 

1929. W1LI.IAM A. "Wailsh, Richmond, Va. 

1930. *Thomas J. Watson, Jr., Pittsylvania Co., Va.: Died October 
12, 1866. 

1931. James Wilson, Augusta Co., Va. : (Son of 936): Physician: 
Schuyler Co., Mo. 

1932. I>. H. Witt, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Fresno City, Cal. 



130 Catalogue of Alumni. 



1866-1867. 



1933. *James Markham Mabshai.1. AMBI.ER, Fauquier Co., Va.: 
Passed Assistant-Surgeon U. S. N. : On duty with the Arctic Steamer " Jeannette: " 
Perished with Captain De Long's party near the naouth of the Lena River, Octo- 
ber, 1881. 

1934. Francis Thomas Anderson, Jr., Rockbridge Co.: (Son of 
Sll) : Farmer: Clerk in State Treasurer's Office, Richmond, Va. 

1935. F. "W. Armstrong, Knoxville, Tenn. 

1936. Thomas J. Arnold, B. L., Beverly, W. Va.: Lawyer: San 
Diego, Cah 

1937. J. Shei-BY Barrow, Nashville, Tenn. : Chief Clerk Ticket Audit- 
ing Department C. & N. W. R. R. : Wilmette, 111. 

1938. James B. Bei.1., Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 847) : Physician: 
Botetourt Co., Va. 

1939. Augustus F. Beri^in, Rockingham Co., Va. : Lawyer : San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

1940. Joseph P. Bashaw, Wilson Co., Tenn.: Farmer: Mount Juliet 
P. O., Tenn. 

1941. George Bayi^OR, B. L*., Charlestown, W. Va. : Captain of Cav- 
alry C. S. A.: Lawyer: Commonwealths Attorney Jefferson Co.: Charlestown, 
W. Va. 

1942. Heberden Beai.1., Boonsville, Tex. 

1943. Chari.es Milton Bei^l, Washington, D. C. : Photographer : 
Washington, D. C. 

1944. John Bowyer, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 948) : Lawyer : Abilene, Tex. 

1945. "W11.I.IAM A. Brown, Fayetteville, Tenn. : Physician : Mon- 
tongo. Ark. 

1946. John M. BuiiLOCK, Baltimore, Md. : Railroad Agent: Dallas, 
Tex. : Kansas City, Mo. 

1947. *Samuei. R. BuLIiOCK, Lexington, Ky.: Died December, 1881. 

1948. W11.I.IAM M. BuRRlS, St. Louis, Mo. : Lawyer : Kansas City, Mo. 

1949. "WlIililAM G. Buster, Brenham, Tex.: Farmer: Chapel Hill P. 
0., Tex. 

1950. Edward li. Carson, Illawarra, La. 

1951. A. Charles Cazenove, Alexandria, Va. : Merchant: Balti- 
more, Md. 

1952. W. Wesley Coker, Marianna,Fla.: Cotton Buyer: Marianna, Fla. 

1953. J. Preston Cocke, Cumberland Co., Va.: (Brother of 1649) : Sol- 
dier Cavalry C. S. A.: Lawyer: Richmond, Va. 

1954. *WlLLIAM C. Conner, Natchez, Miss. : Died in St. Louis, June, 1883. 

1955. J. ESTEN Cooke, Jr., Louisville, Ky. : Cotton Planter: Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

1956. James Parke Corbin, Jr., Fredericksburg, Va.: Farmer: Moss 
Neck P. O., Va. 

1957. Andrew Nelson Campbell, B. L., Monroe Co., W. Va. : 
Lawyer : Member of Legislature : Union, W. Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 131 

1 958. "WllililAM CASWELIi, Knox ville, Tenn. : Merchant : Knoxville, Tenn. 

1959. A. Bertrand Chandi^er, B. L., Caroline Co., Va. : Lawyer: 
Bowling Green, Va. 

1960. Zach. T. Chrisman, Nicholasville, Ky. : Nicholasville, Ky. 

1961. George K. Cinnamond, Baltimore, Md. : Surrogate's Court, New 
York City. 

1962. Edward CoiiSTON, B. L., Berkeley Co., W. Va.: Lieutenant 
Second Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Lawyer: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1963. Horace E. Cummings, Nashville, Tenn. 

1964. William F. I>ancey, Canton, Miss.: Houston, Tex. 

1965. Lewis T. Oavis, Galveston, Tex.: Weatherford, Tex. 

1966. Samuel W. I>IVINE, Chattanooga, Tepn. : Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1967. John C. Dabney, Lynchburg, Va. : Lynchburg, Va. 

1968. KoBERT A. I>AVIS, Austin, Tex. 

1969. Inslee Deaderick, Knoxville, Tenn. : Farmer: Knoxville, Tenn. 

1970. *Charles a. Donegan, B. Lj., Huntsville, Ala. : Captain C. S. A. 

1971. ^Henry Eidson, Jr., Augusta Co.: Texas. 

1972. "William C. Estill, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1861): Mem- 
ber Rockbridge Artillery C. S. A. : Druggist: Lexington, Va. 

1973. Thomas T. Eaton, I>. I>., Murfreesboro, Tenn.: Instructor in 
Mathematics Washington College: College Prize Oration: Baptist Minister: 
Nashville : Petersburg, Va. : Louisville, Ky. 

1974. James L. Edwards, Wadesboro, N. C. : Farmer : Wadesboro, N. C. 

1975. James F. Epes, B, Li., Nottoway Co., Va. : Lawyer: Common- 
wealth's Attorney Nottoway Co. : Bellefonte P. O., Va. 

1976. Oliver P. Evans, Jackson Co., W. Va. : Judge : San Francisco, Cal. 

1977. John M. Ferguson, Louisville, Ky : Louisville, Ky. 

1978. GUSTINE F. FiSK, New Orleans, La.: Lawyer: New Orleans, La. 

1979. R, Wilson Foster, Nashville, Tenn.: New Orleans, La. 

1980. *WlLLlAM K. Fox, Louisville, Ky.: Died November 11, 1884. 

1981. Samuel McD. Gold, Lexington, Va. . (Son of 887): First Virginia 
Cavalry C. !S. A. : Physician : Lexington, Va. 

1982. Joseph W. Gordon, Columbia, Tenn.: Wholesale Grocer: Dallas, 
Tex. 

1983. Lucius P. Green, Hopkinsville, Ky. : Purser on a Steamer : San 
Francisco, Cal, 

1984. John B. George, Versailles, Ky. : Farmer : Versailles, Ky. 

1985. Frank V. Gray, Frankfort, Ky. : City Clerk : Frankfort, Ky. 

1986. Nathan Gray, Louisville, Ky.: Stock Trader: Louisville, Ky. 

1987. James Jett Green, Rappahannock Co., Va. 

1988. *DuRELL F. Griffin, Galloway, Tenn. : Died in 1878. 

1989. William W. Hamilton, Rockbridge Co., Va.: Farmer: Augusta 
Co., Va. 

1990. Carter Haskins, Nottoway Co., Va. : Physician: Jonesboro, Va. 

1991. W. Perkins Hardeman, Goliad, Tex. 

1992. * Willi AM J. Harrell, Bainbridge, Ga. : Died January 31, 1881. 

1993. James M. Harris, Memphis, Tenn.: Lawyer: Member Legisla- 
ture : Memphis, Tenn. 



132 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1994. WllililAM B. Harris, Jr., Millwood, Va. : Farmer : Charles- 
town, W. Va. 

1995. James T. Harrison, Jr., Columbus, Miss.: Lawyer: Member 
of Legislature : Columbus, Miss. 

1996. George P. Haw, B. li., Hanover Co., Va. : Lawyer: Common- 
wealth's Attorney : Richmond, Va. 

1997. C01.IN M. Hawkins, Ridgeway, N. C: Banker: Raleigh, N. C. 

1998. M. Demaret Hawkins, Franklin, La. 

1999. J. Amant Hebert, Plaquemine, La. 

2000. Olga p. He'bert, Plaquemine, La. 

2001. Joseph Henry, Leavenworth, Kan. 

2002. PHII.IP B. HiDEN, B. li.. Orange Co., Va.: Lawyer : Orange Court 
House, Va. 

2003. Nathaniel Li. HoL,I.ANI>, Eastville,Va.: Farmer: Eastville, Va. 

2004. W11.1.IAM F. N. HouSER, Front Royal, Va. 

2005. William P. Houston, B. L., Union, W. Va. : Lieutenant Artil- 
lery C. S. A.: Lawyer: Judge of County Court: Lexington, Va. 

2006. Thomas D. Houston, B. L., Rockbridge Co., Va. : Lieutenant 
Eleventh Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Lawyer : Fincastle, Va. : County Judge, 
Commonwealth's Attorney, Botetourt Co., Va. : Wheeling, W. Va. : Charleston, 
W. Va. 

2007. James P. Houtz, B. JL., Salem, Va.: Lawyer: Salem, Va. 

2008. Charles Henry Howell, Philadelphia: Lawyer: Philadelphia. 

2009. Milton Humes, B. Li., Huntsville, Ala. : Lawyer: Huntsville, Ala. 

2010. John T. Hunt, Como, Miss. 

20U. -^Alexander Strachan Jones, Warrenton, N. C: Died August 
29, 1881. 

2012. Edward Valentine Jones, Pattonsburg, Va. : Episcopal Cler-- 
gyman: Garysville, Va. : Salem, Va. 

2013. John H. B. Jones, Brownsburg, Va. : Lieutenant Liberty Hall 
Volunteers C. S. A. : Teacher : Surveyor : Brownsburg, Va. 

2014. James Jett, Washington, Va.: Farmer: Washington, Va. 

2015. Jerome Von Johnston, London, Tenn. : President of Rolling 
Mills : Louisville, Ky. 

2016. John Keen Jones, Danville, Va. : Tobacconist: Danville, Va. 

2017. ^Charles B. Keen, Danville, Va. : Died February 9, 1883. 

2018. ^William W. Keen, Danville, Va. 

2019. John M. Kennedy, Knoxville, Tenn.: Physician: Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

2020. BoBERT Carter Lee, Alexandria, Va. : Civil Engineer : Alexan- 
dria, Va. 

2021. Henry S. Lampkin, B. Ti,, Lynchburg, Va. : Sergeant Jackson's 
Battery C. S. A. : Lawyer: San Jos^, Cal. 

2022. ^William F. L^ORING, Galloway, Tenn. : Died 1877. 

2023. James M. Love, Natchez, Miss. : Druggist : Kansas City, Mo. 

2024. Sprigg S. Li ynn, Cumberland, Md. : Manufacturer : Cumberland, Md. 

2025. Peyton B. LiYTLE, Galveston, Tex. 

2026. R. Li, Miller, Lynchburg, Va. : Tobacconist : Lynchburg, Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 133 

2027. Wltl^IAM Banks Mii.I.NER, Jr., Danville, Va. : Tobacconist: 
Danville, Va. 

2028. Edward A. Moore, Lexington, Va.: (Son of 567): Member 
Rockbridge Artillery C S. A.: Instructor in Latin Washington College: 
Teacher: Kentucky: Maryland: Coal and Machinery : Lexington, Va. 

2029. IsRAEI. S. Moore, Lynchburg, Va. : Tobacco Manufacturer: Lynch 
burg, Va. 

2030. W11.1.IAM J. Maddox, Leesburg, Va. 
203L KoBERT 1>. MassIE, New Orleans, La. 

2032. CHARIiES E. Medl-EY, Hopkinsville, Ky. : Lumber Dealer: Col- 
umbus, Ky. 

2033. JRoBERT LiEE Mercer, Savannah, Ga. : Merchant: Savannah, Ga. 

2034. John C Mimms, Hadensville, Ky. : Member of Legislature. 

2035. James A. Mitchei,!., B. L., Edmondton, Ky. : Lawyer: Bow- 
ling Green, Ky. 

2036. E. Cecii. Mosby, Memphis, Tenn. : Memphis, Tenn. 

2037. Trigg Moss, Louisville, Ky. : Central P. O., La. 
2038.. B. Odin Mui.i.ikin, Collington, Md. 

2039. W11.1.IAM H. McCampbeli., Lexington, Va.: Member Rock- 
bridge Artillery C. S. A. : Roanoke Co., Va. 

2040. Eugene P. Mc Adams, Hawesville, Ky. : Clerk Circuit Court: 
Hawesville, Ky. 

204L ^WlLI^IAM C. McAdoo, Greensboro, N. C. 

2042. John F. McCai.i.um, Raleigh, Tenn.: Memphis, Tenn. 

2043. *Chari.es a. McCaui^ey, B. L,., Salem, Va. : Died 1873. 

2044. \Vil,l,IAM R. McCatt, Lexington Ky. : Farmer: Slickaway P.O., Ky. 

2045. -^KOBERT W. McCreery, Owensboro, Ky. : Died January 15, 1876. 

2046. Thompson McDonald, Hannibal, Mo. 

2047. -^Duncan M. McIntyre, Brenham, Tex.: Died January 2, 1867. 

2048. ALEXANDER M. McKiNGSTRY, Mobile, Ala.: Lawyer: Oak- 
land, Cal. 

2049. Edwards G. McLean, Elkton, Ky. 

2050. John A. McNeii.1., Clayton, Ala. 

2051. D0UGI.AS M. NEBI.ETT, Whittle's Mills, Va. 

2052. Charles H. Newman, Woodstock, Va. 

2053. Hugh Thomas Nelson, Sublitt's, Va. : Teacher : Physician : 
Charlottesville, Va. 

2054. Hugh M. Nelson, Millwood, Va. : Farmer: Millwood, Va. 

2055 Robert S. Nevill, Mobile, Ala.: Editor: 39 Park Row, New York 
City. * 

2056. Harry D. Nichol, Nashville, Tenn. : Farmer : Nashville, Tenn. 

2057. Andrew J. Owen, Memphis, Tenn. 

2058. Hugh L. Palmer, Winona, Miss. : Conductor I. C. R. R.: Jackson, 
Tenn. 

2059. *Erastus J. Parsons, Talladega, Ala. : Died in Oregon, Septem- 
ber 27, 1880. 

2060. Robert F. Patterson, B. L., Tazewell, Tenn. : Lawyer : 
Tazewell, Tenn. 



134 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2061. Aaron H. Piekson, Jr., Nachitoches, La. 

2062. William F. Pinckard, New Orleans, La.: Commission Mer- 
chant: New Orleans, La. 

2063. John F. Ponder, Montgomery, Ala. : Horticulturist : Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

2064. *KoBERT J. POULSON, Onancock, Va. : Engineer : Died March 9^ 
1882. 

2065. Henry S. Preston, B. L., Abingdon,Va. : Lawyer : Abingdon, Va. 

2066. James W. Pruett, Midway, Ala.: Lawyer: Midway, Ala. 

2067. John P. Rhodes, Le?cington, Va. : Merchant: Lexington, Va. 

2068. *WlLLIAM N. KOBERTSON, Beech Grove, Tenn. : Died June 28, 
1877. 

2069. William A. Rogers, Bishopville, S. C. 

2070. TiNSLEY W. RUCKER, Athens, Ga. : Lawyer: City Attorney: 
Athens, Ga. 

2071. Mortimer B. Ruggles, Fredericksburg, Va. 

2072. GiVENS Brown Strickler, D. 1>., Lynchburg, Va. : Instructor 
in Latin Washington College, 1867: Captain Liberty Hall Volunteers C. S. A.: 
Presbyterian Minister: Augusta Co., Va. : Atlanta, Ga. 

2073. LjEROY W. Sims, MempHis, Tenn. 

2074. W. Fdward Smith, Halifax, N. C. : Farmer : Scotland Neck, N. C. 

2075. William H. Spiller, VVytheville, Va. : Merchant: Wytheville, 
Va. 

2076. Robert Stanard, Dover Mills, Va.: Lawyer. 

2077. George Starke Y, Louisville, Ky.: Physician: Waynesville, 111. 

2078. Richard F. Starkey, Louisville, Ky. : Orange Grower: Or- 
lando, Fla. 

2079. William A. Stone, Richmond, Ky. : Merchant: Mississippi. 

2080. I>AVID B. Strouse, B. Li., Augusta Co., Va. : Lawyer : Salem, Va. 

2081. George F. Swann, Jackson, Miss.: Farmer: Berkley, Ala. 

2082. S. Davis Tonge, Jr., Bainbridge, Ga. : Physician: Laconia, Ark. 

2083. ^Benjamin F. Terry, Houston, Tex. 

2084. J. Sewell Thomas, Baltimore, Md. : Clerk : 92 N. Calhoun St., 
Baltimore, Md. 

2085. Walter J. Tonge, Bainbridge, Ga. : Farmer: Bainbridge, Ga. 

2086. Jesse J. Toon, Avoyelles Parish, La. 

2087. William W. Traylor, Murfreesboro, Tenn. : Arkansas. 

2088. J. Alfred Wilkinson, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Colliers- 
town, Va. 

2089. J. Ward Wood, Moorefield, W. Va. : Farmer: Lost River P. O., 
W. Va. 

2090. Frank B. Wardlaw, Oakland, Ky. : Texas. 

2091. Henry N. Warfield, Lexington, Ky. : Farmer: Osborn, Mo. 

2092. Samuel S. Waters, Louisville, Ky. : Manufacturer : 923 W. Main 
St., Louisville, Ky. 

2093. Hamon p. Webster, Columbia, Tenn. : Farmer : Lipscomb, Tenn. 

2094. William J.Webster, Columbia, Tenn. : Lawyer : Columbia, Tenn. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 135 

2095. George Y. Wethebed, Ellicott's Mills, Md. : Farmer: Ellicott 
City, Md. 

2096. Al.EXANl)ER "White, La Grange, Tex. 

2097. I>A Vll> C "White, Como, Miss. : Farmer : Como, Miss. 

2098. James L. White, B. L., Abingdon, Va. : Captain and Aid-de- 
Camp C. S. A. : Lawyer: Abingdon, Va. 

2099. Henry H. Whitemore, Memphis, Tenn. 

2100. George T. Wilkins, Eastville, Va. 

2101. I>ANIEL A. Wilson, Cumberland Co., Va. 

2102. *James M. Withrow, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Member Captain 
Jordan's Co. Plrst Virginia Cavalry C. S. A. 

2103. *Meade Woodson, B. Li., Independence, Mo.: Lawyer: Kansas 
City, Mo. 

2104. George DEli. Wright, Liberty, Va. : Tobacconist: Liberty, Va. 

2105. Edward H. Wyvii.i., Piscataway, Md.: Draftsman: U. S. Coast 
Survey, Washington, D. C. 

2106. AI.EXANDER F. Young, Columbus, Miss. 



1867-1868. 

2107. r>AViD Li. Anderson, Atlanta, Ga.: Missionary, Nanzeang, China. 

2108. Philip N. B. Anderson, Galveston, Tex.: Galveston, Tex. 

2109. William U. Ashmore, New Orleans, La. 

2110. Thomas S. Aldridge, Brenham, Tex. 

2111. George B. Baker, Baltimore, Md.: Glass Manufacturer, Baker 
Bros, and Co., Baltimore, Md. 

2112. J. Paxton Barclay, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 491): Physician: 
Eutaw, Ala. 

2113. William M.Bell, Rockbridge Co., Va.: Civil Engineer: Kentucky. 

2114. ^Robert Li. Brockenbrough, A. B., Lexington, Va. : 
(Brother of 1594): Lieutenant C. S. A.: Instructor in French Washington Col- 
lege, 1867-68 : Valedictorian, 1868 : Teacher St. Louis, Mo. : Died April 26, 1887. 

2115. James I>. Brown, Poplar Mount, Va : Minister: Jarratt's Depot, Va» 

2116. Rudolph Bryan, Knoxville, Tenn. 

2117. Thomas H. Barton, Fredericksburg: New Orleans, La.: Smith- 
field, Texas. 

2118. John W. Baugh, Franklin, Tenn.: Planter: Franklin, Tenn. 

2119. Thomas H. Bevan, Baltimore, Md. : Edge Hill, Va. 

2120. Jacob P. Billups, Jr., Columbus, Miss.: Cotton Commission 
Merchant: No. 16 Exchange Place, New York City. 

2121. William McOonald Bowyer, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 948) : 
Merchant and Postmaster : Anson, Tex. 

2122. S. Sheppard Bryan, Minden, La. 

2123. Klijah J. Bryan, Greenwood, Fla.: Farmer: Greenwood, Fla. 

2124. George W. Barnes, Halifax, N. C. 

2125. ^Oliver S. Beers, Jr., Mobile, Ala.: Lawyer. 



136 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2126. *jLuthek Seevers Bibei^y, Frederick City, Md. : Drowned in 
North River, April 4, 1868: *' The Luther Seevers Birely Scholarship" was 
endowed in his memory by his mother, Mrs. Evelina H. Birely, who died August 
31, 1887. 

2127. ^CHARIilS H. Bright, Versailles, Ky. : Died November 14, 1882. 

2128. W11.I.OUGHBY Newton Brockenbrough, B. L*., Lexing- 
ton, Va.: (Brother of 2114): Rockbridge Artillery C.S. A. : Lawyer: Colunibia,Mo. 

2129. Charles Bryan, Jeffersontown, Ky. : Farmer: JefFersontown, Ky. 

2130. James G. Carson, Illawarra, La. 

2131. E. Alston Cheek, Jr., Henderson, N.C.: Lawyer: Presbyterian 
Minister: President Anderson Seminary, Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

2132. ^Wallace E. Colyar, Winchester, Tenn. 

2133. KOBERT J. Cash, Germantown, Tenn. 

2134. Andrew A. Chapman, Pearisburg, Va.: Physician: Pearis- 
burg, Va. 

2135. Nathaniel B. Cheairs, Spring Hill, Tenn.: Sheriff Maury Co.: 
Spring Hill, Tenn. 

2136. Christopher James Chapman, Union, W. Va. : Sheep-raising : 
Texas. 

2137. John Lj. Cheek, Chapel Hill, Texas: Lawyer: Ennis, Texas. 

2138. *JoHN C. J. Clay, Louisville, Ky. : Died September, 1872. 

2139. *Harry Clay, Louisville, Ky. : Lawyer: Died September, 1884. 

2140. William Gilbert Cochrane, Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Lawyer: Tus- 
caloosa, Ala. 

2141. Davis C. Cockrell, Memphis, Tenn.: Horticulturist: Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

2142. "William W. Collins, Macon, Ga. : Manufacturer: Macon, Ga. 

2143. J. Stuart Crockett, Wytheville, Va. : Manager of Stock Yards: 
Sioux City, Iowa. 

2144. Henry Crommelin, Montgomery, Ala.: Real Estate Agent: 
Montgomery, Ala. 

2145. John G. Crommelin, Montgomery, Ala.: Real Estate Agent: 
Montgomery, Ala. 

2146. James B. Carlisle, Lafiiyette, Ala.: Merchant: Opelika, Ala. 

2147. George A. Castleman, Lexington, Ky. : Pine and 5th Sts., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

2148. *William R. Covell, Orange Co., Va.: Died May 22, 1882. 

2149. Edwin L. Dancy, Canton, Miss.: Salesman: Canton, Miss. 

2150. *Ch ARLES Davis, Booneville, Tex. : Real Estate : El Paso, Tex. 

2151. Thomas H. 1>ENNIS, Charlotte, Co., Va. : Lawyer: Editor: Speaker 
West Virginia House of Delegates : Lewisburg, W. Va. 

2152. ^Theodore F. I>eweese, Milton, Ky. 

2153. Edwin P. Dold, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1215): Merchant: 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

2154. J. Crittenden David, Uniontown, Ky.: Farmer: Uniontown, 
Ky. 

2155. *Charles W. Derr, Frederick, Md. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 137 

2156. E. Zachabias I>err, Frederick, Md. : Surgeon U. S. Navy. 

2157. Charles H. Drennen, Little Rock, Ark. : Van Buren, Ark. 

2158. *Harry C. Drennen, Little Rock, Ark. 

2159. Edward Du Bocage, Pine Bluff, Ark.: Manufacturer: Pine 
Bluff, Ark. 

2160. Gideon W. Duncan, Covington, Ky.: 89 W. 2nd St., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

2161. Edward P. Dyer, Galveston, Tex. 

2162. J. Wll,l.lAM EwiNG, Nashville, Tenn.: Lawyer: Rome, Ga. 

2163. KoBERT Ew^lNG, NashviUe, Tenn. : Lawyer : Master in Chancery : 
City Attorney : Nashville, Tenn. 

2164. A, Carey Estes, Brownsville, Tenn.: Lawyer: City Attorney: 
Brownsville, Tenn. 

2165. "W11.1.IAM W. ESTILI., Lexington, Ky. : Farmer: Lexington, Ky. 

2166. JKoBERT T. Fi.EWELI.EN, Thomaston, Ga. 

2167. James Ij. Frazier, Staunton, Va. : Civil Engineer: Superinten- 
dent's Office C. O. & S. W. R. R. : Louisville, Ky. 

2168. liOUls S. Frierson, Memphis, Tenn.: Cotton Business: Memphis, 
Tenn. 

2169. ]S"athan B. Fuller, Houston, Tex.: G. H. & S. A. R. R.: Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

2170. Murphy J. Foster, Franklin, La. 

2171. -^HOMAS H. Glendy, Deerfield, Va.: Grazier. 

2172. James K. Guy, Augusta Co., Va. : Teacher: Editor: Superintendent 
Public Schools Bedford Co. : Liberty, Va. 

2173. Albert Gentry, Memphis, Tenn. 

2174. James J. Given, Paducah, Ky. : Physician: Assistant Superin- 
tendent State Lunatic Asylum, Austin, Tex. 

2175. Pleasant K. Goree, Huntsville, Tex.: Farmer: Midway, Tex. 

2176. John 31. Graham, Pinewood, Tenn.: Manufacturer: Pinewood, 
Tenn. 

2177. James W. Grubb, Hillsboro, Va. : Minister: Trappe, Md. 

2178. "Walter P. Gaines, Montgomery, Ky. : Lawyer : Montgomery, Ky. 
2179., *Thomas C. Gaines, Glasgow, Ky.: Died August 6, 1869. 

2180. *Allen E. Goodlett, Goodlettsville, Tenn. : Died 1873. 

2181. A. Rush Goodlett, Goodlettsville, Tenn.: Farmer: Goodletts- 
ville, Tenn. 

2182. Edward Clifford Gordon, D. D., Lexington, Va. : Lieu- 
tenant Ordnance C. S. A. : Treasurer and Clerk of Faculty Washington College : 
Presbyterian Minister : Savannah, Ga. : Salem, Va. 

2188. James G. Gordon, Tensas Parish, La. 

2184. Joseph W. Gordon, Columbia, Tenn.: Planter: Caldwell, Tex. 

2185. *Thomas K. Graham, Selma, Ala.: Died August 4, 1873. 

2186. J. Norton Groesbeeck, San Antonio, Tex. : Land Agent : Ste- 
phenville, Tex. 

2187. Charles Carroll Hearne, Jr., Wheelock, Tex. 

2188. Milton B. Hurt, Jackson, Tenn.: Farmer: Jackson, Tenn. 

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138 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2189. Chari.es K. Hall, New Orleans, La. 

2190. -^JOHN T. Harrison, Keachi, La.: Died about 1871. 

2191. George H. Hart, New Orleans, La.: Physician: Camp Street^ 
New Orleans, La. 

2192. Hugh Li. Hayes, Madisonville, Tex. : Midway, Tex. 

2193. Frank W. Hili,, St. Louis, Mo. : Real Estate Agent: Downey, Cal. 

2194. KoBERT P. IIUNTER, Alexandria, La. : Lawyer : Member Legisla- 
ture : Alexandria, La. 

2195. ASHBY Hamilton, Mt. Sterling, Ky. : Butler, Mo. 

2196. Arch. Ij. Hamilton, Mt. Sterling, Ky. : Farmer and Stock 
Raiser : Lexington, Ky. 

2197. Thomas H. Harvey, B. Li., Buffalo, W. Va. : Lawyer : Hunting- 
ton, W. Va. 

2198. Matthew Wyrick Harrison, Gaston, N. C. 

2199. Charles W. Hedger, Versailles, Ky. 

2200. Wood VILLE T. HoBSON, Cumberland Co., Va.: Tobacconist: Cal- 
houn, Ky. 

2201. Jacob "W. Humbird, Cumberland, Md.: President Steel Co.: 
Cumberland, Md. 

2202. James S. Humbird, Cumberland, Md. : President of Electric 
Light Co., Cumberland, Md. : With Westinghouse Electric Light Co., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 

2208. John H. Inglis, Cheraw, S. C. : Lawyer: 54 Madison St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

2204. James H. Jamison, Murfreesboro, Tenn.: Farmer: Member of 
Tennessee Legislature: Cliftonville, Miss. 

2205. *K. Meade Jones, Louisa C. H., Va. : Died about 1880. 

2206. D. 1>E Witt Jones, Gonzales, Tex. : Clerk of County Court i 
Gonzales, Tex. 

2207. William Preston Johnson, Tait's Station, Tenn.: Farmer: 
Guthrie, Ky. 

2208. Thomas Kerr Kirkpatrick, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : 
Missouri. 

2209. Charles J. Kilgour, Loudoun Co., Va.: Minister: Mahanoy 
City, Pa. 

2210. Norman J. Kittrell, Huntsville, Tex. : Lawyer: U. S. District 
Attorney: Circuit Judge Thirteenth District: Jewett, Tex. 

2211. *Thomas Maney Keeble, Murfreesboro', Tenn. : Died October 
26, 1879. 

2212. Hugh F. Kirkpatrick, New Orleans, La.: Commission Mer- 
chant: 71 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, La. 

2213. James Armstrong LiEIPER, Murfreesboro', Term.: Lawyer: 
Murfreesboro', Tenn. 

2214. ■^^Bedford liESLIE, Glasgow, Ky. : On Staff of General Polignac 
C. S. A.: State Insurance Commissioner, Kentucky: Special Deputy Surveyor,. 
Port of Louisville : Died in Louisville, Ky., January 13, 1888, 

2215. Samuel B. LiASHBROOKE, North Fork, Ky. : Butler, Mo. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 139 

2216. Joseph A. IjOGAN, Shelby ville, Ky. : Farmer: Shelby ville, Ky. 

2217. Thomas C. LjUSK, Brenham, Tex. : Glen P. O., Oregon. 

2218. KiCHARD E. lilNDSAY, Columbus, Ga. : Farmer : Seale, Russell 
Co., Ala. 

2219. ■'^Kai.PH LjUCKETT, Frederick, Md. : Drowned in North River, April 
4, 1868. 

2220. John B. Mays, Madison, Fla. : Planter : Madison, Fla. 

2221. KoBERT CuiiTON MoRRlSON, A. B., Rockbridge Co., Va.: 
(Brother of 1671): C. S. Cavalry: Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 
Washington College: Principal of Female School, Anchorage, Ky. 

2222. *Edwin F. Mailoy, Cheraw, S. C. 

2223. Chari.es Fi. Mayer, St. Louis, Mo. 

2224. Benjamin F. Maynard, San Francisco, Cal.: 107 E. 23rd Street, 
New York City. 

2225. *JoHN S. MiZNER, Nicholasville, Ky. 

2226. James Robert Montague, Alleghany Co., Va.: Member Car- 
penter's Battery C. S. A.: Farmer: Orlando, Fla. 

2227. John B. Moon, Scottsville, Va. : Member Virginia House of Dele- 
gates: Lawyer: Charlottesville, Va. 

2228. W11.LIAM Watkins Moores, Fairfield, Tex. : Stephenville, Tex. 

2229. Henry C. Magruder, Woodstock, Va. : Farmer : Woodstock, Va. 

2230. John 1>. Martin, Memphis, Tenn. 

2231. Perry C. Massie, New Orleans, La.: 106 Euterpe St., New 
Orleans, La. 

2232. Robert H. Montgomery, Comom, Va. : Emmerton P. O., Va. 

2233. Marcus S. Moremen, Jefferson Co., Ky. : Orange Culture : Swit- 
zerland, Fla. 

2234. Chari.es E. Morton, Madison ville, Ky. : Proprietor of Hotel : 
Madisonville, Ky. 

2235. David A. Morton, Madisonville, Ky.: Bank Teller: Madison- 
ville, Ky. 

2236. Hubert Moss, Fauquier Co., Va. : In business in Philadelphia. 

2237. Charles W. Munger, Carlisle, Ky. : Lawyer: Carlisle, Ky. 

2238. ^Alexander G. McCorkle, Talladega, Ala.: (Son of 793): 
Died November 21, 1882. 

2239. *George H. McCormick, Henderson, Ky. : Planter : Died Octo- 
ber, 1878. 

2240. Hiram R. McCuiiliOUGH, Elkton, Md. : Assistant General Freight 
Agent, C. & N. W. R. R.: Chicago, 111. 

2241. I>AVID M. McHenry, Owensboro', Ky. : Clerk in Auditor's Office : 
Frankfort, Ky. 

2242. Sidney S. Nebilett, Lunenburg Co., Va. 

2243. Thomas S. Norfi^eet, Roxobel, N. C. : Farmer : Roxobel, N. C. 

2244. Frank Nei^SON, Hanover Co., Va. : Lawyer: Rustburg, Va. 

2245. Evan Y. F11.1.0 w, Columbia, Tenn. : Clerk of Circuit Court : Colum- 
bia, Tenn. 

2246. *Chari,es L. Parker, Independence, Mo. : Died 1878. 



140 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2247. George W. PliiSON, Augusta Co., Va. : Farmer : Greenville, Va. 

2248. A. WAIiTER PiNCKARD, New Orleans, La.: Planter: St. Joseph, La. 

2249. George M. Pinckard, Jr., New Orleans, La.: Merchant: San 
Francisco, Cal. 

2250. Henry S. Pi^att, St. Louis, Mo. 

2251. John Powers, Columbus, Ga. 

2252. *KoBERT B. Prince, Carroll Co., Miss. 

2253. Robert Prince, Carroll Co., Miss.: Planter: Leoto Landing, Miss. 

2254. Garrett Minor Quari^ES, Clarksville, Tenn. : Lawyer and 
Planter: Livingston, Ala. 

2255. John H. Reib, Mecklenburg Co., N. C. : Planter : Mount Mourne, 
N. C. 

2256. ^Augustus J. Reuss, Indianola, Tex. : Physician : Died January 
14, 1876. 

2257. WlIililAM O. Roberts, Louisville, Ky.: Physician : Louisville, Ky. 

2258. John Robman, Frankfort, Ky. : Physician : Abilene, Tex. 

2259. Anbrew J. RiCHESON, Amherst Co., Va. : Farmer: Pedlar 
Mills, Va. 

2260. Robert T. Roiil^, B. li., Augusta, Ga.: Lawyer: Augusta, Ga. 

2261. William Nelson Scott, D. D., Lexington, Va. : Presbyterian 
Minister : Galveston, Tex. 

2262. Stanhope McC. Scott, Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 2261): 
Physician: Terra Alta, W. Va. 

2263. John A. Scott, Jr., Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 2262) : Presby- 
terian Minister: Hat Creek, Campbell Co., Va. 

2264. DURANB Shackleforb, Warsaw, Va. : Insurance Agent : Wash- 
ington, I). C, 

2265. Freb. a. Shackleforb, Warsaw, Va. : Farmer : Warsaw, Va. 

2266. Bayarb F. Shielbs, Natchez, Miss. : Merchant : Kienstra's Store 
P. O., Miss. 

2267. Joseph D. Sible, Memphis, Tenn. 

2268. John W. Sims, Memphis, Tenn. 

2269. *J. Robert Spiller, Wytheville, Va. : Died February 23, 1882. 

2270. Arthur S. Stewart, Greenville, Ala.: Merchant and Farmer: 
Montgomery, Ala. 

2271. John C. B. Scull, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

2272. Abner C Settle, Fauquier Co., Va. : Supposed to have been killed 
some years ago by Indians in New Mexico. 

2273. George T. Settle, Bridgton, Mo. : Cattle ranching: Ferguson, Mo. 

2274. Seth Sheparb, B. li., Brenham, Tex. : Law Class Oration: Mem- 
ber of Texas Senate: Lawyer: Galveston, Tex. 

2275. Thomas P. Smith, Prattville, Ala. 

2276. James B. Smith, Prattville, Ala.: Lawyer: Prattville, Ala. 

2277. Oscar A. Stephenson, Monterey, Va.: Farmer: Meadow Dale, Va. 

2278. ^William H. Taliaferro, A. B., Amherst C. H., Va.: (Son 
of 1245): Teacher. 

2279. RiCHARB F. Taylor, Amelia Co., Va. : Farmer : Petersburg, Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 141 

2280. Robert S. Thompson, Trenton, Tenn. : Instructor in English, 
Washington College, 1867-68. 

2281. J. AuBYN Taylor,. Amelia Co., Va. : Commissioner of Revenue: 
Mannboro', Va. 

2282. B. Richard Taylor, Fredericksburg, Va. : Civil Engineer : 
Superintendent Noonday Mines: Bodie, Cal. 

2283. Richard G. Terrell, Paducah, Ky. : Merchant: Padncah, Ky. 

2284. Thomas J. Thomas, Marion, Va.: Farmer: Marion, Va. 

2285. Albert G. Thompson, Livonia, La. 

2286. Edward E. Taylor, Galveston, Tex. 

2287. Holmes Thomas, Ellicott City, Md.: Bank Clerk: 743 Madison 
Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

2288. William H. Tomlinson, Jr., University Place, Tenn.: With 
Murry, Dibbrell & Co., Nashville, Tenn. 

2289. WlLLA ViLEY, Lexington, Ky.: Commis'n Merchant: Lexington, Ky. 

2290. W. Scott VanMeter, Lexington, Ky. : Lexington, Ky. 

2291. Richard M. Venable, A. M., B. Li., Prince Edward Co., Va. : 
Major C. S. A.: Assistant Professor Mathematics Washington College: Professor 
Law Maryland University : Lawyer : Baltimore, Md. 

2292. Henry T. Wickham, A. B., Hanover C. H., Va.: Lawyer: 
Member Virginia Plouse of Delegates : General Solicitor for C. & O. R. R. : 
Hanover C. H., Va. 

2293. John F. Wade, Maury Co., Tenn. : Farmer : Spring Hill, Tenn. 

2294. *1>AVID Meade Walker, Tallahassee, Fla. 

2295. George P. Webster, Jr., Columbia, Tenn.: Farmer: Lipscomb, 
Tenn. 

2296. *WiLLiAM W. Wellborn, Houston, Tex. 

2297. Marshall C. Wellborn, Houston, Tex. : Houston, Tex. 

2298. David J. Wilson, Harford Co., Md. : Lawyer : Emmorton, Md. 

2299. Alfred F. Wilson, Booneville, Tex. : Farmer : Bryan, Tex. 

2300. Thomas E. Watkins, B. Li., Charlotte Co., Va. : Lawyer : Smith- 
ville, Va. 

2301. John B. Weller, Jr., B. L., San Francisco, Cal.: Lawyer: 
San Francisco, Cal. 

2302. Henry S. Wharton, Keachie, La. 

2303. Charles K. Wheeler, Salem, N. C. 

2304. John A. Whitlock, Newstead, Ky.: Physician: Newstead, Ky. 

2305. Frank R. Williams, Covington, Ky. 

2306. Thomas L.. Williamson, Rockingham Co., Va.: (Son of 1066) : 
Farmer: New Market, Va. 

2307. Samuel H. Wilson, Brownsville, Tex. 

2308. James G. Worsham, Memphis, Tenn. 

2309. Samuel H. Yonge, Augusta, Ga. : Engineer. 

2310. John D. Young, Columbus, Miss.: Farmer: Artesia, Miss. 

2311. Samuel O. Young, Houston, Tex. : Physician and Editor: Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

2312. Henry W. Young, Upper Aquebogue, N. Y.: Editor: Topeka, 
Kan. 



142 Catalogue of Alumni. 



1868-1869. 



2313. I>ONAI.l> A1.I.EN, C. E., M. E., Liberty, Va.: Civil Engineer H. 
& T. C. K. R. : Waco, Tex. : Superintendent South and North Alabama Division 
Louisville & Nashville R. R. : Birmingham, Ala. (1887.) 

2314. Joseph W. AliL.ISON, Nashville, Tenn. : Agent American Oil and 
Compress Trust Co., Memphis, Tenn. 

2315. SAMUEli Z. Ammen, M. A., Fincastle, Va. : Robinson Prize Medal, 
1868 : Editor on staff of the Sun : Baltimore, Md. 

2316. Francis W. Abney, Shreveport, La.: Merchant: Charleston, 
W.Va. 

2317. Joseph G. Adams, Henderson, Ky. : Reporter and Correspondent : 
Henderson, Ky. 

2318. B. FANEUIli A1.STON, Charleston, S. C. : Planter and Insurance 
Agent : Charleston, S. C. 

2319. Stevenson Archer, Jr., Belair, Md. : Lawyer: Belair, Md. 

2320. Edmund Berkei^ey, Jr., C. E., M. E., Aldie, Va. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1868: Assistant Professor Applied Mathematics and Chemistry 
Washington College, 1869-70: Civil Engineer: Division Superintendent M. & 
O. R. R., Jackson, Tenn. : Atlanta, Ga. 

2321. Hardy B. Branner, Knoxville, Tenn. 

2322. IjEWIN W. Barringer, Raleigh, N. C. : Lawyer: 407 Walnut 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

2323. John S. Barilow, Jr., B. L., Cave City, Ky. : Lawyer: Cave 
City, Ky. 

2324. -^Robert M. Barton, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1368) : Merchant's 
Clerk : Sturgeon, Mo. : Died 1880. 

2325. Harry G. Beeckman, Staten Island, N. Y. 

2326. John W. Bridgforth, Elkton, Tenn. : Stock Farmer : Athens, 
Ala. 

2327. John F. Britt, Omega, La. 

2328. James T. Brown, Anderson, Tex.: Anderson, Tex. 

2329. Eldon Burns, La Grange, Tex. : La Grange, Tex. 

2330. George A. BAtt, Leesburg, Va. : Goresville, Va. 

2331. Jesse Batts, Galveston, Tex. : Bryan, Tex. 

2332. ^Charles N. Beckham, Taylorsville, Ky. 

2333. George T. Bedford, Matagorda, Tex. 

2334. AsHIiY M. BEIili, Hamburg, Ark. : Monticello, Ark. 

2335. Richie H. Belser, Clarendon Co., S. C. : Farmer : Panola, S. C. 

2336. LiEMUEi. B. B1.ACK, Waco, Tex. : Bank Cashier : Waco, Tex. 

2337. *WlLi.i AM Brock, Florence, Ala. : Lawyer: Died January 1, 1 882. 

2338. M11.TON BuRCH, Georgetown, Ky. : Merchant : Georgetown, Ky. 

2339. James W. Calhoun, Augusta Co., Va. : Teacher Miller Manual 
Labor School, Albemarle Co., Va. 

2340. Patrick E. Cal,HOUN, Paducah, Ky. : Tobacconist : Paducah, Ky. 

2341. WlLIilAM W. Carson, C. E., M. E., Illawarra, La.: Robinson 
Prize Medal, 1868: Instructor Engineering Washington College, 1868-9: Pro- 



Catalogue of Alumni. 143 

fessor Mathematics Davidson College, N. C. : Professor Mathematics University 
of Tennessee : Knoxville, Tenn. 

2342. STERiiiNG R. CoCKRirii, A. B., Pine Bluff, Ark. : Lawyer: Chief 
Justice Supreme Court of Arkansas, 1884: Little Rock, Ark. 

2343. Frank Co iceman, A. B., Athens, Ala.: Editor: Huntsville, Ala. 

2344. W. Edwin Cater, Milton, Fla. 

2345. John H. Cleage, Athens, Tenn, : Merchant : Chattanooga, Tenn. 

2346. William C. Cleage, Athens, Tenn.: Merchant: Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 

2347. ^Benjamin Li. Crawford, Staunton, Va. : Physician: Seguin, 
Tex.: Died October 17, 1887. 

2348. Samuel H. Crosland, Mayfield, Ky.: Lawyer: Mayfield, Ky. 

2349. ^William T. Cain, Taylorsville, Ky. 

2350. HiLii Carter, B, Hi,, Hanover Co., Va. : First Virginia Cavalry 
C. S. A. : Commonwealth's Attorney Hanover Co. : Lawyer : Ashland, Va. 

2351. ^William Boggan Cash, Cheraw, S. C: Died in 1884. 

2352. Samuel R. Cleage, Athens, Tenn. : Athens, Tenn. 

2353. William W. Davis, A. B., Galveston, Tex. : Weatherford, Tex. 

2354. Chalmers Deaderick, Knoxville, Tenn. : Physician : Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 

2355. * James W. Dunlap, B. Ij., Monroe Co., W. Va.: Lawyer: City 
Attorney Kansas City : Circuit Judge : Kansas City, Mo. : Died January, 1885. 

2356. Arch. C. Davenport, Jr., New York: Thomasville, Ga. 

2357. Horace N. Davie, Memphis, Tenn. : Kailroad Conductor : Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

2358. Channing Delaplane, Williamsport, Ohio. : Delaplane, Va. 

2359. Isaac F. Dortch, Goldsboro, N. C. : Member of Legislature: 
Lawyer : Goldsboro, N. C. 

2360. John W. Do well, Gonzales, Tex. : Lawyer : Austin, Tex. 

2361. Philip B. H. Dudley, Jr., Archer, Fla.: Farmer: Jonesville, 
Fla. 

2362. Edward Echols, Staunton, Va. : (Son of 1037) : Commonwealth's 
Attorney : Member Virginia House of Delegates : Lawyer : Staunton, Va. 

2363. William M. Ewing, Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 1176) : Mining: 
San Francisco, California, 

2364. R. Baxter Fishburne, Waynesboro, Va.: (Brother of 1519): 
Medical Missionary, Hang Chow, China : Physician : Leesburg, Va. 

2365. William A. Frazier, Staunton, Va. : (Brother of 2167) : Physi- 
cian (Oculist) : St. Louis, Mo. 

2366. Robert C. Figgat, Fincastle, Va. : Lawyer : Fincastle, Va. 

2367. Robert H. Figgat, Lexington, Va. : Farmer : Craigsville, Va. 

2368. James A. Ford, Rockbridge, Co., Va.: Teacher: Merchant: Clifton 
Forge, Va. 

2369. John H. Francisco, Staunton, Va. : (Son of 996) : Stock Farmer: 
La Veta, Colorado. 

2370. R. Cutler Fergusson, Port Tobacco, Md.: Farmer: Cox's Station, 
Md. 



144 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2371. JoEli H. Fbazeb, Cynthiana, Ky. : Merchant: Winchester, Ky. 

2372. S. Y. GlI-IilAM, Petersburg, Va. : Treasurer Dinwiddle Co. : Farmer: 
Church Road Depot, Va. 

2373. Christopher C. Garrett, B. P., A. B., Brenham, Tex.: 
College Prize Oration, 1869 : Lawyer: Brenham, Tex. 

2374. *Andrew C G11.BERT, Marion, Ark. : Died 1879. 

2375. KuPERTO Gonzalez, San Louis Potosi, Mexico. 

2376. «J. Ward Gurley, Jr., New Orleans, La, : Lawyer : Assistant 
City Attorney : New Orleans, La. 

2377. Robert S. Gai^bbaitH, Wharton, Tex. : Wharton, Tex. 

2378. OSCAB H. Gibbs, Middleton, N. C. : Physician: Middleton, N. C. 

2379. *Edt^ABD B. Gibson, Crystal Springs, Miss. : Died January 31, 
1875. 

2380. Lloyd O. Gold, Rockbridge Co., Va.: -(Son of 887) : Railroad 
Contractor: Owensboro, Ky. 

2381. KiCHABD C. Gbeen, Lake Providence, La. : Clerk: Lake Provi- 
dence, La. 

2382. Milton W. Humphbeys, M. A., Ph. D. (Leipsic), L.L.. D., 
Braxton Co., W. Va. : Member C.S. Artillery : Cincinnati Oration, 1869: Adjunct 
Professor Ancient Languages Washington and Lee University, 1870: Professor 
Greek Vanderbilt University : Professor Greek University of Texas : Professor 
Greek University of Virginia. 

2383. "Wesley P. Hendebson, Tampa, Fla. : Merchant: Tampa, Fla. 

2384. Joseph H. Hunt, Newton, N. J.: Physician: Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2385. William W. Haden, Botetourt Co., Va. : Lawyer: 115 Dearborn 
Street, Chicago, 111. 

2386. J. Babnes Humphbeys, Jackson, Miss. : Planter : Itta Bena, 
Miss. 

2387. James K. P. H anna, Bryan, Tex. : Lawyer : Bryan, Tex. 

2388. John C. Hays, Oakland, Cal. : Stock-raiser : Visalia, Cal. 

2389. Seymoub W. Holman, Cumberland Co., Va. : Lawyer : Carters- 
ville, Va. 

2390. Augustus W. Houston, San Antonio, Tex.: Lawyer: San 
Antonio, Tex. 

2391. William Ingles, Montgomery Co., Va. : (Brother of 1867) : Divi- 
sion Engineer N. & W. R. R. : Radford Furnace P. O., Va. 

2392. John F. Jenkins, Natchez, Miss. : Planter : Natchez, Miss. 

2393. A. Stewabt Johnson, Tait's Station, Tenn. : Farmer: Guth- 
rie, Ky. 

2394. *JoHN C. Jackson, Lexington, Ky. 

2395. John B. Johnson, Hartsville, Tenn. 

2396. William P. Johnson, Georgetown, Ky. : Enterprise Tobacco 
Warehouse : Louisville, Ky. 

2397. Samuel B. Kennedy, Knoxville, Tenn. : Atlanta, Ga. 

2398. Samuel L. Kibkpatbick, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Teacher : 
AloneP. 0.,Va. 

2399. John B. Kent, Wytheville, Va. : Farmer : Max Meadows P. O., Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 145 

2400. Joseph M. Kleisek, Winchester, Ky. : Physician : Parsons, Kan. 

2401. Duncan Campbeli. Lyle, M. A., Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Son 
of 566) : Lieutenant Fourth Virginia Reserves C. S. A. : Assistant Professor 
Mathematics Washington College, 1867-68 and 1869-70: Professor Mathematics 
and German McDonogli School : McDonogh, Md. 

2402. Spencer Lie Grand, Mangum, N. C. 

2403. Henry Lee, Powhatan Co., Va. : Teacher : Franklin Co., Va. 

2404. Joseph H. Lesi^IE, Glasgow, Ky.: Physician: St. Louis, Mo. 

2405. J. William Lockett, Macon, Ga. : With Lockett & Bond, 
Brokers, Macon, Ga. 

2406. Theodore L>. Lufkin, Galveston, Tex.: Bank Cashier: Galves- 
ton, Tex. 

2407. Jeff. Lane, Sparta, Ga. : Hardware Merchant : Macon, Ga. 

2408. Elias T>, Lawrence, Louisville, Ky. 

2409. Moses B. Linton, Thomas Co., Ga. : Ancilla, Ga. 

2410. Henry C. Lowry, B. L., Liberty, Va. : Lawyer: Commonwealth's 
Attorney: Liberty, Va. 

2411. ^Edwin C. Moorman, A. B., Powhatan Co., Va. 

2412. Dannitte H. Mays, Madison, Fla. : Planter: Monticello, Fla. 

2413. *HuGH A. Mo RAN, A. B., Richmond, Ky. : Farmer: Professor 
in Central University: Died in May, 1886. 

2414. Matthew M. Marshai.!., Jr., Fayetteville, Tenn.: Lawyer: 
Dyersburg, Tenn. 

2415. George A. Mahan, Palmyra, Mo.: Lawyer: Hannibal, Mo. 

2416. John R. Montgomery, Rockbridge, Co., Va. : Farmer: Colliers- 
town, Va. 

2417. Bacon R. Moore, Harrodsburg, Ky.: Lawyer: Harrodsburg, Ky. 

2418. Frank P. Moseley, Buckingham, Co., Va. : Merchant : Mexia, 
Texas. 

2419. William McCve, Augusta Co., Va. : Farmer: Fort Defiance, Va. 

2420. Harry P. McDonald, Lexington, Va. : Architect : Louisville, 
Ky. 

2421. J. Harvey McLeary, A. B., B. L., Osage, Tex.: Assistant 
Professor English, Washington College, 1868-69: Cincinnati Oration, 1868: 
Associate Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1876-87: Member Texas 
Senate: Attorney General of Texas : Associate Justice of Supreme Court of Mon- 
tana: Lawyer: San Antonio, Texas. 

2422. Joseph Mc Lester, A. B., Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Wholesale Grocer: 
Birmingham, Ala, 

2423. William E>. McLeod, Greenwood, Miss. 

2424. Samuel W. McOorkle, Rockbridge, Co., Vas : Farmer : Rock- 
bridge Co., Va, 

2425. William H. McDaniel, Atlanta, Ga. 

2426. Allan L. McDonald, Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 2420): 
Teacher: Principal Rugby School, Louisville, Ky. 

2427. James Points Nelson, C. E., M. E., Hanover Co., Va. : Rob- 
inson Prize Medal 1869 : Civil Engineer C. & O. R. R. : Ashland, Va. 



146 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2428. Matthew M. NEItL, Fayetteville, Tenn. : Lawyer : Trenton, Tenn, 

2429. Ernest NoRFiiEET, Roxobel, N. C. : Passed Assistant Surgeon U. S. N. 

2430. Harry J. Neeil, St. Louis, Mo. 

2431. Chari.es T. O'Ferraxi., B. L., Lexington, Va.: Colonel C. S. A.: 
Lawyer: Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1871: Judge of County Court 
of Rockingham, 1874 to 1880: Member of Forty-eighth, Forty-ninth and Fiftieth 
U. S. Congress : Harrisonburg, Va. 

2432. Frank Page, Hanover Co., Va. : Episcopal Clergyman : Fairfax 
C. H., Va. 

2433. Murray Phijli.iPS, New Madrid, Mo. : New Madrid, Mo. 

2434. Edward D. Pitts, Accomac Co., Va. : Lawyer: Clerk County 
Court : Eastville, Va. 

2435. ■^WlI.LIAM H. PlIiSON, Augusta Co., Va. : Physician : Died April 
10, 1882. 

2436. John W. Po WEIit, Henderson, Ky. : Lawyer : Corydon, Ky. 

2437. K. WlCKIilFFE Preston, Lexington, Ky. : Wasliington, D. C. 

2438. Frank E. Patrick, Danville, Va. : Grain Dealer: Augusta, Ga. 

2439. James T. Payne, B. L., Westmoreland Co., Va.: Lawyer: Monroe, 
N. C. 

2440. John T. Pendleton, B. L., Pembroke, Ky.: Law Class Oration, 
1869 : Lawyer : Atlanta, Ga. 

2441. John WiLlilAM Poague, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer: Rock- 
bridge Co., Va. 

2442. John A. Preston, Greenbrier Co., W. Va. : Lawyer : Common- 
wealth's Attorney : Lewisburg, W. Va. 

2443. James F. Robertson, Culpeper Co., Va. : Druggist: Post Master: 
Culpeper, Va. 

2444. J. Francis Rogers, Macon, Ga. : Merchant: Macon, Ga. 

2445. Richard W. Rogers, Macon, Ga. : Methodist Minister: Hamp- 
ton, Ga. 

2446. W11.1.IAM W. Rogers, Starkville, Miss.: Lawyer: Starkville, Miss. 

2447. Alexander B. Ramsey, Augusta Co., Va. : Liberty Hall Volun- 
teers: Farmer: Jump P. O., Va. 

2448. *JoHN Philip Strider, M. A., T>, I>., Jefferson Co., W. Va.: 
Junior Reserves C. S. A., wounded at battle of Piedmont: Valedictorian, 1869: 
Taught in Danville, Ky. : Traveled in Europe, 1872-1875: Presbyterian Mini- 
ster: Pastor of Churches in Culpeper Co., Va., Savannah, Ga., and Staunton, Va. : 
Professor Moral Philosophy and Belles-Lettres in Washington and Lee University, 
1885: Died January 23, 1886. 

2449. *WlLLIAM Li. Sellers, Augusta Co., Va.: Albemarle Co.: Died 
January 21, 1871. 

2450. Thomas H. Shumate, Augusta Co., Va. : Farmer: Rockbridge 
Co., Va. 

2451. J. Graham Sloan, Greensboro', N. C. : Ticket Agent: Brenham, 
Tex. 

2452. Willis B. Smith, C. JS., M. A., Powhatan Co., Va. : Assistant 
Professor Mathematics Washington College, 1868-69 : Civil Engineer : Lawyer : 
Clerk of Circuit Court of Powhatan Co. : Richmond, Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 147 

2453. John B. Smith, Crockett, Tex.: Physician: Crockett, Tex. 

2454. W11.1.IAM F. Stansbury, Tchiila, Miss. : Dentist: Lexington, Miss. 

2455. John F. Swayne, Lexington, Tenn. 

2456. James E. Smith, Fincastle, Va. : Austin, Tex. : Superintendent of 
Public Schools, San Antonio, Tex. 

2457. John D. Smith, Afton, Va. : Physician : Batesville, Va. 

2458. Sidney K. Smith, Frankfort, Ky. : Lawyer : 706 Chestnut Street, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

2459. Edward H. Stei^le, Washington, D. C. 

2460. Joseph A. Stewart, Rutledge, Ga.: Merchant: Conyer's, Ga. 

2461. Frank Taoaferro, A. B., Amherst Co., Va. : (Son of 1245) : 
Physician : 455 Center Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

2462. William G. Taylor, Jr., Eussellville, Tenn.: Farmer: Morris- 
town, Tenn. 

2463. Charles W. Tilden, Louisville, Ky.: Stock-raising: Belmont, Ky. 

2464. Horace W. Tomlin, Jackson, Tenn. : Farmer : Jackson, Tenn. 

2465. William E. Truslow, Kanawha Co., W. Va. : Bank Business : 
Charleston, W. Va. 

2466. D. Gardiner Tyler, B. L.., Charles City Co., Va. : Lawyer: 
Commonwealth's Attorney : Sturgeon Point, Va. 

2467. John C. Thompson, Harrodsburg, Ky. : Member of Kentucky 
Legislature: Lawyer: Harrodsburg, Ky. 

2468. Thomas H. Wallace, Hopkinsville, Ky. : Farmer: Garretts- 
burg, Ky. 

2469. Joseph K. White, Lexington, Va. : Merchant : Lexington, Va. : 
With Davenport and Morris, Richmond, Va. 

2470. *FiDELls S. Wallace, Hopkinsville, Ky. 

2471. James L.. Walpole, B. Ij., Wilson Co., Tenn.: Lawyer: Clarks- 
ville, Tex. 

2472. Francis C. Welch, Boston, Mass. : Lawyer : 14 Gloucester St., 
Boston, Mass. 

2473. Marion Wheeler, Victoria, Tex. : Druggist : Victoria, Tex. 

2474. Guy M. Whitten, Covington, Va. : Civil Engineer : Farmer : 
Bristol, Tenn. 

2475. Frank B. Webb, Eutaw, Ala.: Presbyterian Minister: Union 
Springs, Ala.: Birmingham, Ala. 

2476. William Wilkins, Northampton Co., Va. 

2477. Theodore Stark Wilkinson, Plaquemines, La.: Planter: 
Member Fiftieth U. S. Congress: Wood Park, La. 

2478. Samuel M. Wilson, Wythe Co., Va. : Physician: Tannahill, Tex. 

2479. I>AVIS M. Wood, Jr., Botetourt Co., Va.: Episcopal Clergyman: 
Koanoke, Va.: Massie's Mills, Va. 

2480. Wirt Webb, Eutaw, Ala. : Merchant: Scottsville, Ala. 

2481. Stafford G. Whittle, Pattonsburg, Va.: Lawyer: Judge of 
Circuit Court : Martinsville, Va. 

2482. Edward W. Williams, Memphis, Tenn. : Planter : Williamette, 
Ark. 



148 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2483. *JoEI. S. W11.I.IS, Waco, Tex. : Physician. 

2484. George Winchester, Natchez, Miss. 

2485. *JoHN F. WiNTERSMlTH, Louisville, Ky. : Eevenue Officer : 
Louisville, Ky. : Assistant Doorkeeper U. S. House of Kepresentatives. 

2486. -^ James G. Wintersmith, Louisville, Ky. : Texas : Doorkeeper 
U. S. House of Kepresentatives, Washington, D. C. : Died July, 1885. 

2487. *Perry W. Zeigi-ER, Valdosta, Ga. 

1869-1870. 

2488. Thomas A. Ashby, Front Royal, Va. : Physician : Editor Maryland 
Medical Journal : Baltimore, Md. 

2489. WnLtlAM S. Adams, Henderson, Ky. : Henderson, Ky. 

2490. Frank Ai^bert, Baltimore, Md. : Baltimore, Md. 

2491. Joseph John A1.1.EN, Louisburg, N. C. : Farmer : Louisburg, N. C. 

2492. John Patrick Austin, Lexington, Mo.: Teacher: Lexington, 
Mo. 

2493. KicttARi) Beveridge Bayi.y, B. Li., Front Royal, Va. : Law- 
yer : Commonwealth's Attorney of Warren Co., Va. : 113 S. 4th St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

2494. Alston Boyd, A. B., Memphis, Tenn. : President of Planter's Oil 
Mill, and of Arlington Insurance Co. : Cotton Factor : Memphis, Tenn. 

2495. Martin Parks Burks, A. B., Liberty, Va.: (Son of 1072): 
Lawyer: Liberty, Va. 

2496. liEWis Harris Bond, Macon, Ga. : Auditor Oil Co. : Louisville, 
Ky. 

2497. CwFTON Bodes Breckinridge, Lexington, Ky.: Soldier C.S. 
A. : Associate Trustee, Washington and Lee University, 1883- : Member 48th, 
49th and 50th U. S. Congress : Pine Bluff, Ark. 

2498. John Buchanan Brewer, Rockville, Md. : Rockville, Md. 

2499. A1.EXANDER Mantz Baker, Winchester, Va.: Merchant: Win- 
chester, Va. 

2500. 'Wn.BUR FiSK BARCIiAY, Russellville, Ky. : Bank Cashier : Rus- 
sellville, Ky. 

2501. John Witherspoon Owen Breckinridge, Lexington, Ky. : 
Lawyer: Member California Senate : Merced, Cal, 

2502. William Robert Brown, Fort Valley, Ga. : Cotton Planter : 
Marshallville, Ga. 

2503. Walter Edgar Burnett, Crockett, Tex. 

2504. Daniel BissELL, St. Louis, Mo. : Baden, St. Louis, Mo. 

2505. Taylor Blow, St. Louis, Mo.: With the Richardson Drug Co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

2506. *Allen Bonner, Winnsboro, La.: Died December 12, 1874. 

2507. John Clinton Boude, B. Li., Lexington, Va.: Captain C. S. 
A. : Lawyer : Clerk of Circuit Court of Rockbridge Co.: Lexington, Va. 

2508. Isaac Oren Bower, Irwinton, Ga. : Cleburne, Tex. 

2509. Marmaduke Wyvill Boyd, Hagerstown, Md. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 149 

2510. ClilNTON Capers Brown, Barnwell Co., S. C. : Baptist Minister : 
Sumter, S. C. 

251L *David Redman Burbank, Henderson, Ky. 

2512. Frank E. Conrad, Winchester, Va. : Lawyer: Leesburg, Va. 

2513. Hubbard Gardner Carlton, A. B., Richmond, Va. : Teacher: 
Kichmond, Va. 

2514. John Jordan Carter, Nashville, Tenn. : OflSce of N. C. & St. 
L. R. R., Nashville, Tenn. 

2515. James Shepherd Ci^ark, Mobile, Ala.: Editor El Comercio: 
Exporter and Commission Merchant: Clark and Clarke: 178 Broadway, New 
York City. 

2516. *JoHN D. Crawford, Galveston, Tex.: Died September 24, 1881. 

2517. James Graham CAMPBEiiii, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

2518. I>EWITT Cameron Carrington, Leona, Tex. 
2519 James Wii.son Coffin, Union City, Tenn. 

2520. Frank DETWII.ER Carskaddon, Loch Haven, Pa. 

2521. KoDOLPHE C1.AUGHTON, Alexandria, Va. : Lawyer: 207 E Street, 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

2522. Charles William Clemmitt, Richmond, Va. : With Life In- 
surance Company of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 

2523. Edward Crosland, Bennettsville, S. C. : Bennettsville, S. C. 

2524. Elijah Brewer I>AVIS, Louisville, Ky.: 933 W. Broadway, 
Louisville, Ky. 

2525. Frank Buckingham Dabney, Atlanta, Ga.: Civil Engineer: 
Mexico. 

2526. Thomas Burt Davis, Fairfield, Tenn. : Merchant : Farmer: War 
trace, Tenn. 

2527. Palmer Dickson, New Orleans, La. 

2528. William Henry Evans, Society Hill, S. C: Conductor E. T. V. 
& G. R. R. : Selma, Ala. 

2529. *JoHN Tate Ewing, Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 1176): Died 
June 21, 1873. 

2530. James K. Edmondson, B. L., Lexington, Va. : (1518) : Colonel 
Twenty -seventh Regiment Stonewall Brigade C. S. A. : County Clerk of Rock- 
bridge : Mayor Town of Lexington : Treasurer and Secretary of Board of Trustees 
Washington College, 1865 to 1868: Trustee Washington and Lee University, 
1870- : Judge of County Court of Rockbridge : Receiver Circuit Court : Lawyer 
and Master in Chancery : Lexington, Va. 

2531. J. Frederick Effinger, B. L., Staunton, Va. : Lawyer: Re- 
ceiver Circuit Court Augusta Co. : Staunton, Va. 

2532. Noah B. Feagin, B. L*., Midway, Ala. : Lawyer : Birmingham, Ala. 

2533. James Abbott Fishburne, A. B., Waynesboro, Va.: (Brother 
of 2364) : Principal " Fishburne Military School " : Waynesboro, Va. 

2534. Charles Franklin Fouke, Charlestown, W. Va.: Physician: 
Charlestown, W. Va. 

2535. Ambrose Lewis Ford, Cumberland Co., Va. : Farmer: Carters- 
ville, Va. 



150 Catalogue of Alumn^i. 

2536. Joseph A. Graves, B. P., Liberty, Va. : Presbyterian Minister: 
Liberty, Va. 

2537. James Magee Grey, B. L,, Bellevue, Ala.: Hopkinsville, Ky.: 
Lawyer: Point Arinas, Cal. 

2538. WiLtiAM Jasper Gibbs, B. Ij., Cotton Gin, Tex.: Lawyer: 
Mexia, Tex. 

2539. John Bass Gay, St. Louis, Mo. 

2540. Augustus Houston Hamiilton, A. B., Monroe Co., W. Va.: 
Presbyterian Minister : Pastor Mt. Carmel Church : Steele's Tavern P. O., Va. 

2541. Thomas Cooper Hanna, New Orleans, La. 

2542. Edward Jacob Hart, New Orleans, La. : Of E. J. Hart & Co. : 
New Orleans, La. 

2543. John Peyton Hobson, A. B., M. A., Powhatan Co., Va.: 
Kobinson Prize Medal, 1869: Lawyer: Elizabethtown, Ky. 

2544. Cyrus Dunlap Hogue, Marion, Ala. : Marion, Ala. 

2545. Charles Kelley Hibben, Chicago, 111. 

2546. Walter Livingstone Hicks, Faison's Depot, N. C: Farmer: 
Faison's Depot, N. C. 

2547. George Caswell Holbrook, Ripley, Miss. 

2548. Charles Morton Hanna, Shelby Co., Ky. : Farmer : Cropper's 
Depot, Ky. 

2549. James Echols Hightower, Wrightsville, Ga.: Lawyer: Dub- 
lin, Ga. 

2550. Robert Henry Hightower, Wrightsville, Ga. : Farmer: 
Wrightsville, Ga. 

2551. Henry Alexander Hill, Rapides Parish, La.: 232 Eighth 
Street, New Orleans, La. 

2552. Overton Penix Hogan, Williamstown, Ky. : Farmer : Dry 
Ridge, Ky. 

2553. John Ellis Isbell, Russellville, Ala. : Manufacturer : Russell- 
ville, Ala. 

2554. William McEwen Johnston, London, Tenn.: With R. T. 
Wilson & Co., Bankers, No. 2 Exchange Court, New York City. 

2555. ^William Johnson, Parkersburg, W. Va. : Died in 1886. 

2556. Andrew Polk Jackson, Glencoe, Miss. 

2557. Thomas Pugh Kennedy, Tampa, Fla. : Merchant : Tampa, Fla. 

2558. George Wallace Koontz, Natchez, Miss.: Banker: Natchez^ 
Miss. « 

2559. Alexander Franklin Laird, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Brother 
of 1908) : Lieutenant Fourth Virginia Reserves C. S. A. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Mt. Meridian, V a. 

2560. John Janney Lloyd, Alexandria, Va. : Episcopal Clergyman : 
Abingdon, Va. 

2561. Harry Jordan Locker, Rockbridge, Co., Va. : Physician : 
Murat P. O., Va. 

2562. Walter Howard Leyburn, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 690) : 
Mining : Milnes, Va. 

2563. ACHILLE Levy, Point Couple Parish, La. : Smithland P. O., La. 



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Catalogue of Alui 



2564. Wii.i.1 AM Green Liittle, Eatonton, Ga. : FIa»&ii iriiwnT^^^a, 

2565. Thomas A. LilTTtEPAGE, Choctaw Co., Ala. : Lawyer: Pushma- 
taha, Ahi. 

2566. Edwin Henry LiOCKE, Charleston, S. C. : Book-keeper: Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

2567. SiJLAS B, Mason, Staunton, Va. : Railroad Contractor : Lewisburg, 
W. Va. 

2568. IjEWIS G. M. MiLIiER, Winchester, Va.: Lutheran Minister: Salem, 
Va. : Winchester, Va. 

2569. *JoHN Martin, Charlotte Co., Va. : (Son of 1304) : Lawyer : Dan- 
ville, Va.: Died July, 1884. 

2570. Frank S. Mooi>Y, A. B., Tuscaloosa, Ala. : Robinson Prize 
Medal, 1870: LL. B. University of Alabama, 1874: President First National 
Bank of Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

2571. James McClure B'Ieriwether, Guthrie, Ky. : Clarksville, 
Tenn. 

2572. Jacob Florance Minis, ^Savannah, Ga. : Merchant: Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

2573. James Robin Menager, Point Pleasant, W. Va. : Lawyer : Point 
Pleasant, W. Va. 

2574. JutlUS liYNN Menager, Point Pleasant, W. Va. : Lawyer : Point 
Pleasant, W. Va. 

2575. ^ John Campbell Moore, Rockbridge Co., Va. 

2576. Benjamin De Leon Moses, Greensboro, Ga. 

2577. Sidney Dyer McCormick, Henderson, Ky.: Lawyer: Hender- 
son, Ky. 

2578. John Parry McCluer, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Teacher : 
Fancy Hill, Va. 

2579. Frank McCutchan, Augusta Co., Va. : (Brother of 1733) : Presby- 
terian Minister : Waynesboro, Va. : Glade Spring, Va. 

2580. John Samuel McCutchan, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer: 
Bunker Hill, Mo. 

2581. *MuRRAY McIntosh, Society Hill, S. C. 

2582. "^JJoBERT Andrew McNeilly, Charlotte, Tenn.: Civil Engi- 
neer : Died at Cisco, Texas, July 20, 1882. 

2583. Charles Edward McCulloch, Point Pleasant, W. Va. 

2584. William Jasper Nelson, Austin, Miss. : Member of Legisla- 
ture : Physician : Austin, Miss. 

2585. Charles Samuel North, B. L., Bunker Hill, W. Va. : Lawyer : 
Raymond, Miss. 

2586. Francis Henry Orme, Brunswick, Ga. 

2587. *JoHN Oandridge Pinkerton, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Presby- 
terian Minister, 

2588. Charles Brown Percy, C. E., B. S., Nashville, Tenn.: 
Honorary Scholarship, 1869: Robinson Prize Medal, 1870: Assistant-Professor 
Applied Mathematics and Chemistry Washington and Lee University, 1870-71 : 
Adjunct-Professor Applied Mathematics Washington and Lee University, 1874 ; 



152 Catalogue of Alumni. 

U. S. Assistant- Engineer in charge of Mobile Harbor Improvements, &c. : Mobile, 
Ala. 

2589. George Boi>die Peters, Jr., A. B., Memphis, Tenn. : Vale- 
dictorian, 1870: Associate Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1876-78: 
Lawyer : Member of Legislature : Attorney-General of Shelby Co., Tenn. : 
Memphis, Tenn. 

2590. James Christian Poague, Eockbridge Co., Va. : Merchant: 
Chattanooga, Tenn, 

2591. Patrick Augustus Price, Cuthbert, Ga.: Merchant: Cuth- 
bert, Ga. 

2592. Nicholas Austin Patterson, Barnwell, S. C. : Principal Waldo 
High School, Bronson, Fla. 

2593. Wllilil AM Franklin Porter, Grafton, W. Va. : Lawyer : Bal- 
timore, Md. 

2594. Zadock Ingram Pyle, Galveston, Tex. : Cotton Classer : Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

2595. AliBERT IjAMAR Rees, Americus, Ga. : Bank Officer: Americus, 
Ga. 

2596. Archibald Graham Robinson, Richmond, Va. : Druggist : 
Staunton, Va. 

2597. Joseph Jackson Rain, Gainesville, Fla. : Farmer : Rogers, Tex. 

2598. Moses Thompson Ray, Tuskegee, Ala.: Assistant Bank Cashier: 
Montgomery, Ala. 

2599. Nathaniel Leonidas Respass, Thomaston, Ga. : Forsyth, Ga. 

2600. William Hunter Rogers, Rockbridge Co., Va.: Physician: 
CoUierstown, Va. 

2601. LUCIAN Hamilton Raines, Thomasville,Ga: Lawyer: Thomas- 
ville, Ga. 

2602. Charles Neely Rutherford, Austin, Tex. 

2603. Joseph IjANE Stern, B. L., Caroline Co., Va. : Lawyer : Colonel 
Virginia Volunteers : Richmond, Va. 

2604. James K. Sayers, Triune, Tenn.: Farmer: Triune, Tenn. 

2605. William Martin Smith, B. L*., Concord, N. C. : Lawyer: 
Concord, N. C. 

2606. Murray Forbes Smith, Milton, N. C: Lawyer: Greensboro, 
N. C. : Vicksburg, Miss. 

2607. John McMullen Selkirk, Matagorda, Tex. : Commission Mer- 
chant: Grapeland, Tex. 

2608. Joseph Luke Strider, Jefferson Co., W. Va. : (Brother of 2448) : 
Lawyer and Real Estate Agent : Washington, D. C. 

2609. William Griffin Swanson, Jr., Tuskegee, Ala.: Merchant: 
Abilene, Texas. 

2610. Robert Semple, B. L., Thomasville, Miss.: Lawyer: Thomas- 
town, Miss. 

2611. Charles Rush Smith, Verona, Miss. : Farmer : Okolona, Miss. 

2612. NORVAL Thomas Spence, Cincinnati, Ohio: Of Spence Bros. & 
Co., Tobacco Manufacturers, Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 163 

2613. W11.1.IAM TAYI.OR Thom, a. B., M. A., Richmond, Va. : 
Professor English Language and Literature, and French : Hollins Institute, Va. 

2614. John Samuel Thomas, Providence, Mo. 

2615. Charl-es Pope Tai^iaferro, New Market, Va. 

2616. *Frank Hartwei.1. Timms, Little Eock, Ark.: Died 1874. 

2617. Marvin A. De L. Van Horn, Newton, N. J.: Lawyer : Editor: 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 

2618. Robert K. Varner, Tuskegee, Ala. : Tuskegee, Ala. 

2619. Wli.l,iAM Henry Washington, Murfreesboro, Tenn. : Lawyer : 
Nashville, Tenn. 

2620. Addison Alexander Waddell, Lexington, Va. : Soldier C. 
S. Artillery: Louisville, Ky. 

2621. Thomas Shadrach Weaver, Nashville, Tenn. : Lawyer: Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

2622. Charles !Le Grand Wilson, Botetourt Co., Va. : Farmer: 
Buchanan, Va. 

2623. ^Willliam Morrison Winston, Gainesville, Ala. : President 
of Mining Company in Mexico: Died 1882. 

2624. Hun Gansevoort Wadley, Parramore Hill, Ga.: Banker: 
President Wytheville Ins. and Banking Co., Wytheville, Va. 

2625. Robert Andrews Wilkinson, Plaquemine Par., La. : (Brother 
of 2477). 

2626. Allen Wilson, Bossier Par., La. 

2627. James Francis Wingfield, Liberty, Va.: Insurance Agent: 
Liberty, Va. 

2628. Norman McFarland Walker, New Orleans, La. 

2629. William Wilbereorce Walker, Belfast, Tenn. : Lawyer : 
Lewisburg, Tenn. 

2630. S. Ferdinand Watkins, B.Li., Madison, N. C: Lawyer: Lex- 
ington, N. C. 

2631. Samuel Henry Webb, Oaks, N. C: Lawyer: Oaks, N. C. 

2632. William Willis Wilcox, Mansfield, La. : Pilot : 152 Conti St., 
New Orleans, La. 

2633. ^Samuel Brown Worthington, Pikeville, Tenn. 

2634. Thomas liVTTLETON Wyche, Thomasville, Ga»^ Mill Business : 
Thomasville, Ga. 

2635. George Worthington Younger, Dresden, Tex. : Merchant : 
Dawson, Tex. 

1870-1871. 

2636. John Adamson, Little Rock, Ark. : Farmer and Merchant : Little 
Hock, Ark. 

2637. Alvin Alva Austin, Lexington, Mo. : Surgeon U. S. N. 

2638. *L(EWIS Samuel Alley, Frankfort, Ky.: Died January 12, 1876. 

2639. Charles Edwin Anderson, Waco, Tex. : Austin, Tex. 

2640. ^Sterling Tucker Austin, Lake Providence, La.: Judge of 
Carroll Parish, La.: Died July 12, 1879. 

11 



164 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2641. *Wii.i.iam: Jefferson Bennett, Jr., C E., Charleston, S. 
C: Robinson Prize Medal, 1871. 

2642. Charles Stone Bennett, Charleston, S. C. : (Brother of 2641) : 
Charleston, S. C. 

2643. A. Hunter Boyd, B. Li., Winchester, Va. : Lawyer: Common- 
wealth's Attorney : Cumberland, Md. 

2644. Francis H. Brockenbrough, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
2128): Clerk of Judiciary Committee House of Representatives : Farmer: Glen- 
wood, Va. 

2645. Isaac Pipkin Bledsoe, Augusta, Ark.: Farmer: Engineer: 
Snapp's P. 0., Ark. 

2646. *James Goodin Barr, Gallatin, Tenn. 

2647. Robert Wilson Barr, Gallatin, Tenn. : (Brother of 2646) : 
Farmer: Gallatin, Tenn. 

2648. Thomas Elbridge Battle, Waco, Tex. : Planter : Marlin, Tex. 

2649. Alexander Nelson Bell, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Rock- 
bridge Co., Va. 

2650. John Blackmar, Columbus, Ga. : Banker and Broker: Colum- 
bus, Ga. 

2651. Robert Fort Bradford, Tallahassee, Fla, : Farmer: Talla- 
hassee, Fla. 

2652. Henry Oscar Burnett, Crockett, Tex.: Railroad Contractor: 
Galveston, Tex. 

2653. WlLLLlAM liOVETT Balfour, Natchez, Miss.: Planter: Ben 
Lomond, Miss. 

2654. Julius Preston Barclay, Bowling Green, Ky.: Bowling 
Green, Ky. 

2655. Talbot Iryl Bartlett, M. A., New Orleans, La.: Cincinnati 
Oration, 1871: Alexandria, La. 

2656. James Frank Brown, Louisville, Ga.: Manufacturer: Louis- 
ville, Ga. 

2657. Charles Wynn Burbank, Henderson, Ky.: New York City. 

2658. William Monroe Butler, Nashville, Tenn. : Tobacconist : 
Nashville, Tenn. 

2659. William Emerson Beggs, Livingston, Ala. : Lawyer : Butler, Ala. 

2660. James McFadden Blanding, Sumter, S. C. : Lawyer : Corsi- 
cana, Tex. 

2661. James Thomas Caldwell, Campbellsville, Ky. : Campbells- 
ville, Ky. 

2662. Edward Price Clarke, A. B., Memphis, Tenn. : Of Clark & 
Clarke, Exporters, &c., 178 Broadway, New York City. 

2663. George Bourland Crawford, Augusta Co., Va. : Farmer: 
Merchant : Fort Defiance, Va. 

2664. John Morel and Campbell, Brookline, Mass. (1869-70) : 
Greenville, S. C. (1870-71). 

2665. Nathan Coleman, St. Louis, Mo. 

2666. Miner Philip Cuny, Hempstead, Tex. 

2667. Mica J AH Howe Cecil, McAfee, Ky. : Farmer : Harrodsburg, Ky» 



Catalogue of Alumni. 155 

2668. WAiiTER Temple Chandi^er, Kockbridge Co., Va. : With 
Franklin McVeagh & Co., Chicago, 111. 

2669. Joseph Socrates Christy, St. Louis, Mo. 

2670. Thomas Lane CoNNEtiiA, Marion, Ala.: Lawyer and Editor: 
Fargo, Dakota. 

2671. Anderson Craig, Ghent, Ky.: Farmer: Graham, Mo. 

2672. George Edgar Crawford, Camden, Ala.: With Crawford 
Cooke & Co., Commission Merchants, Mobile, Ala. 

2673. John Henry I>UNTV00D Y, Washington, Ga. : Teacher : Dunedin, 
Fla, 

2674. Percy Glenworth I>AVIS0N, Lexington, Va. : Farmer : Great 
Bend, Ark. 

2675. WlLi^iAM KoscOE Day, Trenton, Ky. 

2676. George Allen I>AZEY, Farmington, Tenn. : Cotton Factor : 
Nashville, Tenn. 

2677. liLOYD Champion De Saussure, Camden, S. C. : Conductor C. 
C. & A. R. R. : Columbia, S. C. 

2678. John Crosby Donald, Bellville, Ala. : Lumber Merchant : 
Atlanta, Ga. 

2679. Henry Duvall, Lexington, Ky. : Merchant : Frankfort, Ky. 

2680. ^Morris Emanuel, Vicksburg, Miss. 

2681. Peyton Danley English, B. L., Little Rock, Ark.: Deputy 
Clerk Supreme Court: Little Rock, Ark. 

2682. Walter LiANGDON Eustis, Natchez, Miss. 

2683. Robert Hanson Fleming, A. B., Monterey, Va. : Cadet C. S. 
N. : Presbyterian Minister : Woodstock, Va. : Washington, D. C. : Lynchburg, Va. 

2684. Frederick Kenner Fisher, Matagorda, Tex.: Physician: 
Matagorda, Tex. 

2685. ^Turner Thompson Fisher, Paris, Ky. 

2686. Edmund Field, Marshall, Mo. : Blue Springs, Mo. 

2687. John Fletcher, B. Ij., Little Rock, Ark. : Lawyer : Little Rock, 
Ark. 

2688. *WiLLiAM Fulton, Mobile, Ala. 

2689. Benjamin Bisher Fretwell, Port Lavaca, Tex. 

2690. Gilbert Burton Gibson, B. Li., Fauquier Co., Va. : Instructor 
in Mathematics Washington College, 1868: Lawyer: Upperville, Va. 

2691. *JoHN Green, B. Li., Little Rock, Ark.: Honorary Scholarship, 
1867 : Lawyer : Little Rock, Ark. 

2692. *E. Adolph de Gomez, New Orleans, La. 

2693. William Winbourne Gray, A. B., Nashville, Tenn.: Assist- 
ant Surgeon U. S. A. • 

2694. Walter Gorman, Madison, Ark. : Book-keeper: Wittsburg, Ark. 

2695. Hugh Lawrence Gallaher, Jr., Waynesboro, Va. : Farmer: 
Waynesboro, Va. 

2696. Ormsby Gray, Frankfort, Ky. 

2697. Jacob Guice, Natchez, Miss. : Farmer : Washington, Miss. 

2698. A. CORAY Houston, B. Li., Union, W. Va. : Lawyer : Union, 
W. Va. 



156 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2699. Francis Wilson Henderson, Houston, Tex.: Lawyer: Brown- 
wood, Tex. 

2700. Arthur Taylor Henderson, Williamstown,W.Va.: Farmer: 
Williamstown, W. Va. 

2701. Richard Lottrie Hicks, Wrighlsville, Ga. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1869 : Druggist : Publisher : Dublin, Ga. 

2702. OSSIAN HUGGINS, Cotton Valley, Ala. : Teacher Barton Academy : 
Mobile, Ala. 

2703. DoNNELrii Ware Hunter, Natchez, Miss. 

2704. William Harrison Hurt, Galveston, Tex. 

2705. Marmaduke Harwood, St. Louis, Mo. : Book-keeper: Savanna, 
Indian Territory. 

2706. John Randolph Hearne, Hearne, Tex. : Palestine, Tex. 

2707. Henry Kjey Hill, Independence, Mo. : In Live Stock business, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

2708. Henry BascoM Hull, Marion, Va.: Farmer: Marion, Va. 

2709. James Smith Iverson, Macon, Ga. : Merchant : 20 Decatur St. : 
Atlanta, Ga. 

2710. Samuel Hunter Jemison, Monroe, La. : Lawyer and Recorder: 
Macon, Ga. 

2711. KichaRdM. Johnson, B. L., Nineveh, Ind.: Lawyer: Franklin, 
Ind. : Washington City, D. C. : Chief Clerk Sixth Auditor's Office U. S. Treasury. 

2712. *JoHN Tucker Jackson, Palestine, Tex.: Farmer: Died about 
1880. 

2713. Joseph Burton Johnson, Fairfield, Tex. 

2714. ^William S. Johnson, Memphis, Tenn. : Presbyterian Minister: 
Died 1882. 

2715. Bland L. Jones, Lexington, Ky. : Book-keeper: Versailles, Ky. 

2716. ^William Henry Kinkle, B. P., Lynchburg, Va. 

2717. Belton O'Neal Kennedy, Camden, S. C. : Book-keeper and 
Insurance Agent : Camden, S. C. 

2718. Wallace Keen Kerr, Homer, La.: Farmer: Homer, La. 

2719. *Calvin Harrison Keithley, Carrolhon, Mo. 

2720. Berkley Ward Klipstein, Bloomington, Md.: Piedmont, W.Va. 

2721. Frank Walton Lewis, A. B., Augusta Co., Va. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Opelousas, La. 

2722. John Lewis Logan, A. B., Fincastle, Va. : Instructor in Latin 
Washington and Lee University, 1870 : Kobinson Prize Medal, 1870: Teacher: 
Nicholasville, Ky. : Lexington, Ky. 

2723. Charles Green Lee, Chatawa, Miss. 

2724. Emmett Garvin Logan, Shelbywlle, Ky. : Honorary Scholarship, 
1871: Editor Evening Times: Louisville, Ky. 

2725. Malcolm Graeme Long, Russellville, Ky. 

2726. Alphonse LedoUX, Paris, France. 

2727. John Wallace Lee, Nolin, Ky. : Lawyer : Ky. : Merchant : 
Lexington, Va. 

2728. Alexander S. Moffett, Fishersville, Va. : Presbyterian Minis- 
ter : Winchester, Va. : Stanford, Ky. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 157 

2729. Marion Mathews, A. B., Robertson Co., Tenn. : University 
Prize Essay, 1871: Physician: Reidsville, N. C. 

2730. James Monroe Mading, Collinsburg, La. : Farmer : Rocky 
Mount, La. 

2731. WiLlilAM W11.KINS Merritt, Bowling Green, Ky. : Farmer: 
Woodburn, Ky. 

2732. I>ANIEI. Rench Mii^ler, Mason and Dixon, Pa. : Greencastle, Pa. 

2733. Milton Andrew Jackson Moore, Bennettsville, S. C. : Mer- 
chant: Bennettsville, S. C. 

2734. George Kennon Macon, B. Li., Richmond, Va. : Lawyer: 
Richmond, Va. 

2735. Stephen XjESLIE Mestrezat, B. li., Mapletown, Pa. : Law- 
yer : District Attorney : Uniontown, Pa. 

2736. *Ansei.m Irvin Mili^er, Beech Island, S. C. : Died October 3, 
1880. 

2737. AxBERT Dudley Mullikin, Lonisville, Ky. : Lawyer: Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

2738. William Baylor McChesney, B. Li., Staunton, Va.: (Son 
of 1237): Lawyer: Insurance Business : Harrisonburg, Va. : Staunton, Va. 

2739. Charles Edward McCorkle, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Lexing- 
ton P. O., Va. 

2740. ^ Jacob Newton McChesney, Staunton, Va. : (Son of 1237) : 
Physician : Riverside Hospital, Blackwell's Island, N. Y. 

2741. Samuel McCormick, B.Li., Berry ville, Va. : Lawyer: Berry- 
ville, Va. 

2742. C. WORTHINGTON McCuLLOH, Frostburg, Md. : Manifest Clerk : 
Frostburg, Md. 

2743. Eugene Clarence McDonald, B. Li., Arkadelphia, Ark: 
Arkadelphia, Ark. 

2744. Cameron F. McDowell, Penochee, Cal. : Painter : Santa Anna, 
Cal. 

2745. William Erskine McLlwain, Wolfsville, N. C. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Gastonia, N. C. 

2746. Horace Kimball Orgain, Bastrop, Tex. 

2747. John Edmund O'Keilley, RussellviJle, Ala.: Physician: High- 
land, Miss. 

2748. * James Corner Prather, Waco, Tex. : Farmer: Died February 
25, 1883. 

2749. William Lambdin Prather, B. L., Waco, Tex.: (Brother 
of 2748) : Lawyer : City Attorney, Waco, Tex. 

2750. Beverley Prier Patrick, Centreville, Tex. 

2751. Edwin Maury Perkins, Franklin, Tenn. : Farmer : Franklin, 
Tenn. 

2752. George Clayton Perrin, Abbeville, S. C. : Civil Engineer: 
Abbeville, S. C. 

2753. YvoN Pike, Little Rock, Ark.: Lawyer: Missouri. 

2754. ^William Dyer Postal, Memphis, Tenn. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship 1870 : Clerk in U. S. Ordnance Bureau, Washington, D. C. : Lawyer. 



158 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2765. Joseph Piper, Marshall, Mo. 

2756. John Kobebt Marshai^l PorK, Louisville, Ky.: Lawyer: 
Louisville, Ky. 

2757. Frederick Pope, Washington, Ga. : Cotton Factor : Augusta, Ga. 

2758. Francis Liei^and Porter, Austin, Tex. 

2759. liUClUS Q. C. PuCKETTE, New Orleans, La.: Book-Keeper: 
Minden, La. 

2760. Frank Koane, A. B.,B. P., Lynchburg, Va. : Teacher: Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

2761. JosiAH Rainey, Germanton, N. C. : Teacher: Mount Idaho, Idaho. 

2762. Septimus Adei^BERtKobb, Trinity Co., Tex.: Teacher: Trinity, 
Tex. 

2763. Francis Vinton Rathbone, Parkersburg, W. Va. : Manufac- 
turing Chemist: Parkersburg, W. Va. 

2764. Frank Lyon Ross, Mobile, Ala. : Cotton Factor : Mobile, Ala. 

2765. PnililP Ryan, Girard Station, La. 

2766. W1LI.IAM Elicia Ridge, Kansas City, Mo.: Kansas City, Mo. 

2767. John Littleton Robins, Snow Hill, Md. : Farmer : Snow Hill, 
Md. 

2768. HAli RoUNTREE, Galveston, Tex.: Agent Erie and Pacific Dispatch 
Fast Freight Line : St. Louis, Mo. 

2769. John Vincent Ryai.S, B. L., Clifton Forge, Va. : Lawyer: 
Savannah, Ga. : Denver, Col. 

2770. *IsAAC Van Meter Scott, Charlotte Co., Va. : Presbyterian 
Minister. 

2771. Florian SEAIi, Mississippi City, Miss. : Sheriff: Mississippi City, 
Miss. 

2772. H. Marion Sims, New York City : Physician : 267 Madison Ave., 
New York City. 

2773. W11.1.IAM Spii,i.er, Decatur, Ala. 

2774. James Bayard StaNSEL, Carrollton, Ala. : Lawyer : Carrollton, 
Ala. 

2775. W11.I.IAM Emmett Stephens, Bledsoe Co., Tenn. : Evensville, 
Tenn. 

2776. WltLlAM Madison Si^edge, Lexington, Va. 

2777. James Batop Stubbs, B, L., Galveston, Tex. : Lawyer : Member 
Texas Senate : Galveston, Tex. 

2778. WlI^IilAM Howard SuMMEREIil^, Jackson, N. C. : Lawyer : 
Jackson, N. C. 

2779. Arthur JoEt Tatum, Monroe, La.: Planter: Monroe, La. 

2780. Alexander Wilson Taylor, Staunton, Va. : Farmer : Staun- 
ton, Va. : Timber Ridge, Va. 

2781. Richard Runnels Taylor, Jefferson, Tex.: Druggist: Jeffer- 
son, Tex. 

2782. Edward Ware Terhune, Jefferson, Tex. : Lawyer : U. S. Com- 
missioner and District .Judge: Greenville, Tex. 

2783. *JoHN Randolph Tucker, Jr., B. L., St. Catharine's, Canada: 
Clerk to Speaker of U. S. House of Representatives. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 159 

2784. John S. Van Meter, B, L., Winchester, Ky. : Morgan's Cavalry 
C. S. A. : Lawyer : Commonwealth's Attorney Fayette Co., Ky. : Presbyterian 
Minister : Cynthiana, Ky. : Hot Springs, Ark. 

2785. James Engi^iSH Vaughan, Camden, S. C: Merchant: Cam- 
den, S. C. 

2786. Hugh Martin Wii^SON, Knoxville, Tenn.: Cotton Manufacturer: 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

2787. CAI.DER Baynard W11LI.INGHAM, Allendale, S. C: Cotton 
Factor : Macon, Ga. 

2788. Daniei. liOVE Wii.sON, A. B., Churchville, Va. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1869 : Valedictory Oration, 1871 : Presbyterian Minister : Broadway, 
Va. : Pulaski, Tenn. 

2789. KoBERT WlTHERSPOON, Mavsville, S. C. : Broker : Sumter, S. C. 

2790. Moses Liawrence Westbrook, Waco, Tex. 

2791. Clement Penrose Wiilkinson, Plaquemine Parish, La.: 
(Brother of 2625) : Physician : Quarantine Station P. O., La. 

2792. WlI^IilAM liEWIS WlI^EIAMS, Eichland Parish, La.: Planter: 
Girard, La. 

2793. WllililAM WAlil-ER Woodruff, Griffin, Ga. : Fruit Farmer: 
Griffin, Ga. 

2794. Archibai^d Ai^exander WAiiKER, Augusta Co., Va. : (Son of 
1161): Farmer: Augusta Co., Va. 

2795. John Weber, New Orleans, La. : Clerk in Custom House : New Or- 
leans, La. 

2796. Benjamin Franklin Winn, Plattsburg, Mo. : Farmer : Edger- 
ton. Mo. 

2797. Henry Sale Yerger, I>. I>., Memphis, Tenn. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Fernandina, Fla. 

1871-1872. 

2798. James Thomas Anderson, A. B., Aliens ville, Ky. : Studied in 
Berlin, 1886-87 : Professor Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy Central College, 
Fayette, Mo. 

2799. James Axdrich, Barnwell, S. C. : Lawyer : Member of Legisla- 
ture : Aiken, S. C. 

2800. W11.LIAM Burton Axderson, Idaho City, Idaho: San Quen- 
tin, Cal. 

2801. James William Alexander, Kockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 
1205) : Farmer : Lexington, Va. 

2802. Marcus A. Aderhold, Lincolnton, N. C. 

2803. Joel Isham Allen, Marion Co., S. C. : Farmer : Eeedy Creek, S. C. 

2804. William Elrie Atkinson, B. Li., Falcon, Ark.: Lawyer: 
Prescott, Ark. 

2805. W1LI.IAM L.UCIAN Austin, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

2806. James Jenifer Barton, Fredericksburg, Va.: Lawyer: New 
York City. 



160 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2807. Robert Watrus Beckwith, Lake Landing, N. C. : Farmer r 
Kansomville, N. C. 

2808. Francis Marion Banks, Fayetteville, Tex. : Moss Bluff, Tex. 

2809. Frank M. Bei^E, Tyler, Tex. : Tyler, Tex. 

2810. *Ai.FRED C. BEI.T, Platte City, Mo. 

2811. John S. Bi.aiR, Augusta Co., Va. : Physician : Churchville, Va. 

2812. John Ci^ARKE Bradi^EY, Huntsville, Ala.: Manager of Cotton 
Compress : Huntsville, Ala. 

2813. Samuei. Christian Brown, Augusta Co.,Va. : Farmer: Teacher: 
Swoope's Depot, Va. 

2814. Samuel HAiii. Chester, A. B., Mount Holly, Ark.: (Brother 
of 1768): Valedictorian, 1872: Presbyterian Minister: Maysville, Ky. 

2815. Robert En Coli-INS, A. B., St. Louis, Mo.: Lawyer : 322 Pine 
Street, St. Louis, Mo. 

2816. John Pettus Co z art, Washington, Ga.: Merchant: Washing- 
ton, Ga. 

2817. Rice Pendleton Cammack, Louisa C. H., Va. :-Hinton, W. Va. 

2818. Robert A. CAMPBEliL, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1032) : Lawyer: 
Lexington, Va. 

2819. John Valentine Carroll, New York City. 

2820. JohnCarty, Lexington, Ky.: Lexington, Ky. 

2821. Robert Guy Cochran, Staunton, Va. : Staunton, Va. 

2822. Richard Wilson Coffin, Union City, Tenn. 

2823. *Edgar Washington Collins, Covington, Ky. 

2824. John Alonzo Cook, Falcon, Ark.: Planter: Falcon, Ark. 

2825. Howard Leslie Cowan, Staunton, Va. : Physician : Eich- 
mond, Va. 

2826. William Anderson I>abney, Atlanta, Ga. : Soldier C. S. A. : 
Presbyterian Minister, Oak Dale, Va. 

2827. IjUCIUS Desha, Jr., M. A., B. L., Cynthiana, Ky.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1869 : Instructor in Ancient Languages, Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, 1870: Associate Trustee, Washington and Lee University, 1877: Lawyer: 
Judge of Harrison Co., Ky., 1873-78 : Cynthiana, Ky. 

2828. *Cave Desha, B. S., C. E., Cynthiana, Ky. : (Brother of 2827). 

2829. Garrett Morrow Davis, Paris, Ky.: Lawyer: Marshall, Mo. : 
Second Auditor's Office, Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. 

2830. Frank Morgan Dixon, Kockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Kock- 
bridge, Co., Va. 

2831. "^Charles Mortimer Downs, Waco, Tex. : Insurance Agent : 
Waco, Tex. : Died 1887. 

2832. Thomas Alexander Dickey, Union, Ky. : Physician: Middle- 
town, Ohio. 

2833. Jack Desha, Cynthiana, Ky. : Farmer: Cynthiana, Ky. 

2834. James Loftin Douglas, Smith Co., Tex. : Merchant : Jackson- 
ville, Tex. 

2835. *JoSEPH Edward Douglas, Smith Co., Tex. : Died February 
23, 1879. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 161 

2836. LuciAN Grisby Effinger, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Merchant : 
Lynchburg. Va. 

2837. AndrE"W EdmistON, B. Li., Weston, W. Va. : Lawyer: Weston, 
W. Va. 

2838. Samuei. Khoads Fisher, B. L/., Matagorda, Tex.: Robinson 
Prize Medal, 1871 : Lawyer: Austin, Tex. 

2839. ^Shepard M11.1.S Farmer, Monroe, La. 

2840. ^Howard Farrar, B. L., Vicksburg, Miss.: Sheriff of Monroe 
Co., La. 

2841. Walter Scott Finney, New Orleans, La.: 201 St. Joseph St., 
New Orleans, La. 

2842. Thomas Fleming, Alexandria, Va.: Alexandria, Va. 

2843. John Martin Franck, Richland, N.C.: Farmer: Comfort, N. C. 

2844. John Anderson Fulton, Bloomfield, Ky. : Lawyer: Bardstown, 
Ky. 

2845. "William Samuel Graves, M.A.,B.Ij., Liberty, Va.: (Brother 
of 2536) : Lawyer: Richmond, Va. : Prof. Latin and French Davidson Coll., N. C. 

2846. John Calvin Goodloe, Cherokee, Ala. : Tuscumbia, Ala. 

2847. Joseph Nathaniel Green, Lexington, Tex. 

2848. John Henderson Gay, New Orleans, La.: Planter: Plaque- 
mine, La. 

2849. Thomas Robert Gordon, Scott Co., Ky.: Lawyer: Owenton, Ky. 

2850. Fdward Alfred Graham, Montgomery, Ala. : Lawyer: Mem- 
ber of Legislature, 1882: State Senate, 1886: Montgomery, Ala. 

2851. Thomas Percy Grasty, Shelby ville, Ky. : (Son of 1083) : Jour- 
nalist: Chicago, 111. 

2«52. PuGH Buchanan Houston, C. E., Waco, Tex.: Civil Engineer: 
Botetourt Co., Va. 

2853. Augustus Blackburn Hardin, Centreville, Tex.: Farmer: 
Hardin Store P. O., Tex. 

2854. Walter Izard Heyward, B. L., Charleston, S. C. : Lawyer: 
Atlanta, Ga. : Cartersville, Ga. 

2855. Mike Garber Harman, Staunton, Va. : Broker : Kansas City, Mo. 

2856. IsHAM Harrison, Waco, Tex. : Druggist : Stephenville, Tex. 

2857. Frederick Hugh Heiskell, Memphis, Tenn.: Lawyer: Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

2858. liEWls Waler Hubbard, Montgomery, Ala.: Book-keeper: 
Selma, Ala, 

2859. "William Dunbar Jenkins, Natchez, Miss. : (Brother of 2392) : 
Planter: Civil Engineer: Engineer Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad: 
Built Railroad Bridge over Mississippi River at Kansas City, 1886: Kansas City, 

2860. Seth Norton Jordan, Sparta, Ga. :■ Physician: Columbus, Ga. 

2861. William Thornton T. Jenkins, Platte City, Mo. : Physician : 
Platte City, Mo. 

2862. William Strother Jones, Piedmont, Va. : Episcopal Clergy- 
man: St. Thomas' Parish, Owings' Mills, Md. 

2863. James M. Jackson, Parkersburg, W. Va.: Wholesale Grocer: 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



162 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2864. Joseph M. Jayne, B. li., Brandon, Miss.: Lawyer: Member of 
Legislature, 1876 : Greenville, Miss. 

2865. -^^HOMAS GliOVER JoHNSON, Shreveport, La. : Died 1877. 

2866. John Lindsay Johnson, Rome, Ga. : Rome, Ga. 

2867. ^Walter Nash Johnston, B. Li., Buchanan, Va. : Lawyer: 
Member of Legislature, 1881: Died November 22, 1886. 

2868. *James Lawrence Jones, Louisa Court House, Va. : Died in St. 
Louis, Mo., 1884. 

2869. John Ai^exander Kirkpatrick, B. L., Lexington, Va. : 
Lawyer: Regi^ter in Chancery: Opelika, Ala. 

2870. Ernest Benjamin Kruttschnitt, M. A., B. L., New 
Orleans, La. : Instructor Modern Languages Washington and Lee University, 
1870: Cincinnati Oration, 1870: Assistant Professor History Washington and 
Lee University, 1872: Associate Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1876: 
Lawyer : New Orleans, La. 

2871. Frank Bobert Kittredge, Napoleon ville, La. : Merchant : 
Napoleonville, La. 

2872. Edward Mansfiei^d Kirtland, New York City : St. Louis, Mo. 

2873. Marcellus KtEBERG, B. L., Clinton, Tex.: Lawyer: Member 
of Legislature : Galveston, Tex. 

2874. John Alexander Lacy, B. L., St. Louis, Mo. : (Son of 1187) : 
Lawyer: Judge of Probate Court: Sedalia, Mo.: Department of Interior, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

2875. Henry Bedinger Lee, Shepherdstown, W. Va. : Episcopal cler- 
gyman : Markham, Va. 

2876. *David Leche, Winchester, Va. : Died in Philadelphia, August 1, 
1881. 

2877. John Stacker Lewis, B. P., Clarksville, Tenn. : University 
Prize Essay, 1872: With A. B. Treadwell & Co., Cotton Factors, Memphis, Tenn. 

2878. Robert Whitley Lii.i.ARD, Stanford, Ky. : Lawyer : Stan- 
ford, Ky. 

2879. Henry Bearing Leon, Augusta, Ga. : Lawyer: Augusta, Ga. 

2880. John Newton Link, Palestine, Tex. : Lawyer : Palestine, Tex. 

2881. ^Sidney Rivers Lamb, Memphis, Tenn. : Died August 18, 1882. 

2882. Thomas Avery Lamb, Memphis, Tenn. : Secretary and Treasurer 
Union Stock Yards, Little Rock, Ark. 

2883. WlLIilAM Meade Lewis, Howardsville, Va. : Farmer : Howards- 
ville, Va. 

2884. Zach. Robert Lewis, Howardsville, Va. : Farmer: Howards- 
ville, Va. 

2885. James C. Lili^ey, Staunton, Va. : Civil Engineer : Staunton, Va. : 
Mexico. 

2886. Frank R. Logan, Atlanta, Ga.: Merchant: Atlanta, Ga. 

2887. Charles Nicholas Meriwether, B. S., C. E., Guthrie, 
Ky. : Honorary Scholarship, 1870: Farmer: St. Bethlehem, Tenn. 

2888. *Frank Hart Mitchell, Columbus, Ga. : (Brother of 1791): 
Planter : Died May 22, 1885. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 163 

2889. John Edwakd Madison, Brooksville, Miss. : Lawyer : Macon, 
Miss. 

2890. John Makshai,!., Piedmont, Va. : 99 Water St., New York City. 

2891. John Wai.tON Meriwether, Guthrie, Ky.: Farmer: Guth- 
rie, Ky. 

2892. WiiiiLiAM Douglas Meriwether, Guthrie, Ky. : Physician : 
Guthrie, Ky. 

2893. Gabriei. Li. Morton, Paducah, Ky. : Honorary Scholarship, 1871 : 
New York City. 

2894. Vol. H. Meriwether, Hernando, Miss. 

2895. Chari.es G11.I.ESPIE Morgan, New York City. 

2896. Alexander Montgomery Morrell, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

2897. William Thomas McCutchan, A. B., B. P., Eockbridge 
Co., Va. : Farmer : Bunker Hill, Mo. 

2898. William George McDowell, B. S., C E., Lexington, Va. : 
(Son of 520) : Civil Engineer and Architect: Lexington, Va. 

2899. Rudolph Fayette McGlamery, Augusta Co., Va. : Farmer : 
Civil Engineer: Augusta Co., Va. 

2900. IjEE Jocelyn McMahon, Galveston, Tex. : With Clarke & Couts, 
Galveston, Tex. 

2901. Thomas Chipman McRae, B. Li., Magnolia, Ark.: Lawyer: 
Member of Legislature, 1877 : Presidential Elector, 1880 : Chairman Democratic 
State Convention, 1884: Delegate to National Convention, 1884: Member Forty- 
ninth and Fiftieth U. S. Congress. 

2902. Miles B. Mc Sweeney, Charleston, S. C. 

2903. *JoHN M. NTetherland, Rogersville, Tenn. : Lawyer : Died 
February 13, 1882. 

2904. Jack Burke Noble, Houston, Tex. : Merchant : Shepherd, Tex. 

2905. EusTis Field Officer, B, S., C. E., Little Rock, Ark. : Hon- 
orary Scholarship, 1871: Robinson Prize Medal, 1872: Civil Engineer: Little 
Eock, Ark. 

2906. George Welshman Owens, Savannah, Ga. : Planter: Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

2907. Kennedy Riddle Owen, Baltimore, Md. : Easton, Md. 

2908. James Harrison Oliver, Hawkinsville, Ga. : Ensign U. S. N. 

2909. Henry Pickles, B. Li., New Orleans, La. : Lawyer : New 
Orleans, La. 

2910. Thomas Nelson Page, D. L., Hanover Co., Va. : (Brother of 
2432): Lawyer: Author: Richmond, Va. 

2911. Albert De Kalb Parrott, Kingston, N. C: Farmer: King- 
ston, N. C. 

2912. Robert Caldwell Palmer, Lebanon, Ky. : Lawyer : Kansas. 

2913. William Samuel Patterson, Jessamine Co., Ky. : Farmer: 
Wilmore, Ky. 

2914. J. Li. M. PiRTLE, Cherokee Co., Tex. : Lawyer: Rusk, Tex. 

2915. JRoBERT James Richey, Waco, Tex. : Teacher : Iredell, Tex. 

2916. Matt. Whitaker Ransom, A. B., Garysburg, N. C. : Lawyer : 
Garysburg, N. C. 



164 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2917. John Vali^EAN Kathbone, Parkersburg, W. Va. : Merchant : 
Pajkersburg, W. Va. 

2918. John SroCKDAliE Rhea, Kussellville, Ky.: Lawyer: Kussell- 
ville, Ky. 

2919. Hamilton G. Robertson, Tyler, Tex. : Lawyer : Dallas, Tex. 

2920. S01.ON Edward Franki^in Rose, Pulaski, Tenn. : Cashier 
National Bank: Pulaski, Tenn. 

2921. Peter O. Rathbone, Parkersburg, W. Va. : Produce Commission 
Merchant : Chicago, 111. 

2922. *Wii.i.iAM SAVII.I.E, A. B., Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : Mis- 
sissippi. 

2923. Gabriei. Santini, New Orleans, La. : Robinson Prize Medal, 1872: 
Lawyer: Denver, Col. 

2924. WlLMER Henry Shiei^DS, B. S., C. E., Natchez, Miss.: Plan- 
ter : Bullitt's Bayou, La. 

2925. Thomas Hugh Somervii^le, B. L., Culpeper Co., Va. : Law- 
yer: Member of Mississippi Legislature: Carrollton, Miss. 

2926. Isaac Wetherston Stephens, A. B., Bledsoe Co., Tenn.: 
Weatherford, Tex. 

2927. Walter Oarence Stephenson, A. B., La Grange, Tenn.: 
Lawyer : Los Angeles, Cal. 

2928. Chari.es Fox Sherrod, Columbus, Miss. 

2929. Thomas Bili^ups Sherrod, Columbus, Miss. 

2930. James Denny Sherwood, Galveston, Tex.: Merchant: Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

2931. IjEWIS WARDliAW SiMKINS, Abbeville, S. C. : Lawyer: New- 
bei'ry, S. C. 

2932. Edward Wai.1. Smith, New York City. 

2933. Edwin C. Steele, Winnsboro, S. C. : Episcopal Clergyman : Mars 
Bluff, S. C. 

2934. Harold Steele, Winnsboro, S. C. : With Pac. Rolling Mill Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Cal. 

2935. William Wallace Topp, Columbus, Miss.: Hardware Mer- 
chant: Columbus, Miss. 

2936. Charles B. Thomas, B. Li., Marion, Va.: Lawyer: Wythe- 
ville, Va. 

2937. Peyton Tutwiler, Havana, Ala. : Planter : Marion, Ala. 

2938. Edward Carson Vincent, Augusta Co., Va. : Civil Engineer: 
Staunton, Va. 

2939. William Daniel Vinson, M. A., Sumter Co., S. C. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 18G9 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1871: Cincinnati Oration, 1872: In- 
structor in Greek Washington and Lee University, 1872: Professor Mathematics 
Austin College, Sherman, Tex. : Professor Mathematics Davidson College, N. C. 

2940. Frank Alexander Waddill, M. A., C. E., Cheraw, S. C. : 
Honorary Scholarship, 1867 : Instructor in Mathematics W^ashington and Lee 
University, 1870: Physician: Railroad Officer: Cheraw, S. C. 

2941. Robert Alexander Waller, Chicago, 111. : 164 La Salle St., 
Chicago, 111. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 165 

2942. James WlIiSON, Rockford, Tenn. : Bartow, Fla. 

2943. *Myeb Woi.F, Osyka, Miss. : Merchant : Died 1878. 

2944. I>AVID Waldo, Independence, Mo. : Capitalist : Kansas City, Mo. 

2945. Frank JLe wis White, Lebanon, Tenn. : Farmer: Lebanon, Tenn. 

2946. James Newton Winn, Plattsburg, Mo. : Farmer .- Edgerton, Mo. 

2947. Edward Marcus Walker, Franklin, La. : Merchant : Frank- 
lin, La. 

2948. Egbert Janson Watson, Rodney, Miss. 

2949. Samuel Harston Wilson, Pittsylvania Co., Va. : Farmer : Cas- 
cade, Va. 

2950. Henry N. Wylie, Washington, Ga. : Bookkeeper: Atlanta, Ga. 

1872-1873. 

2951. Richard Henry Allen, Memphis, Tenn. : St. Louis, Mo. : 
Banker : 81 Broad Street, New York City. 

2952. James Polk Anderson, Waco, Tex. : Waco, Tex. 

2958. William Frederick Anderson, New Orleans, La. : Planter : 
Opelousas, La. 

2954. Charles Beauchamp Anderson, New Orleans, La. : Lawyer: 
736 Twelfth Street, Washington, D. C. 

2955. *IiEWIS Berkeley, Loudoun Co., Va.: (Brother of 2320). 

2956. Frank Giddens Buford, A. B., Pulaski, Tenn.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1871 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1873: Farmer: Pulaski, Tenn. 

2957. Andrew Quintilian Bateman, Jefferson, Tex. : Fort Worth, 
Texas. 

2958. Charles Frank Beall, Frostburg, Md. : Hardware Merchant : 
Frostburg, Md. 

2959. Robert John Bell, Lexington, Va. : Pulaski City, Pulaski Co.,Va. 

2960. William Beattie Boney, Jefferson, Tex.: Druggist: Jeffer- 
son, Tex. 

2961. Waller Mordecai Brown, Mobile, Ala.: Clerk M. & O. K. K., 
Mobile, Ala. 

2962. William LiEWIS Bacon, Lexington, Va. : Dentist : Lexington, Va. 

2963. George Mervin Barnard, Waco, Tex. : Clerk : Waco, Tex. 

2964. Joseph Allen Bell, Shelby ville, Ky. : Farmer: Shelby ville, Ky. 

2965. AsHTON MiNA Boney, Jefferson, Tex. : Druggist : Shreveport, La. 

2966. Erin Ernest Bryan, Brazoria, Tex. : Stock-raiser, Perry's Land- 
ing, Tex. 

2967. John Caldwell Calhoun, B. S., C. E., M. A., Richmond, 
Ala. : Professor of Greek and Instructor in Spanish University of Alabama : 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

2968. Ashley Cabell, B. K, New York City : (Son of 908) : Lawyer : 
Jury Commissioner: President American School Book Company: 117 N. 8th St., 
St. Louis Mo. 

2969. De LiAcy Morgan Chandler, A. B., Eockbridge Co., Va. : 
(Son of 1328) : Commission Merchant: Gay Building, St. Louis, Mo. 



166 Catalogue of Alumni. 

2970. Hardy Stricbxin Carter, Ripley, Miss. : Lawyer: Dardanelle, 
Ark. 

2971. James Hubbard Campbei,!., Dover, Mo. 

2972. LiAWRENCE Sui^lilVAN CARTER, Palo Pinto, Tex. : Finis, Tex. 

2973. Edmund Cooper E. Christian, Tuscumbia, Ala.: Tuscum- 
bia, Ala. 

2974. John McKinney Coffin, Union City, Tenn. 

2975. Edward Everett Carpenter, Somerville, Tenn.: Planter: 
Somerville, Tenn. 

2976. Robert Cockrei.1., Dallas, Tex. 

2977. John Ai^exander Cotton, New Orleans, La. 

2978. Charles Ross Crommelin, Montgomery, Ala.: Merchant: 
Montgomery, Ala. 

2979. 'Wii.iiiAM Madison Dunlap, B. S., C. E., Rockbridge Co., 
Va. : Junior Reserves C. S. A.: Assistant Professor Applied Mathematics and 
Chemistry Washington and Lee University, 1871: Farmer: Civil Engineer: 
Kerr's Creek P. O., Va. 

2980. Eduardo Rafael Deshon, Mobile, Ala. : Leon, Nicaragua, C. A. 

2981. Burton McMahon 1>ESPARD, Clarksburg, W. Va. : Clarksburg, 
W.Va. 

2982. Gates Dibreli,, Okolona, Miss. : Seguin, Tex. 

2983. George Armstrong Oold, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1215): 
Lexington, Va. 

2984. William Edmonds, Jr., M. A., Tuskegee, Ala.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1867: Instructor in Latin Washington and Lee University, 1872: 
Lawyer: Waco, Tex. 

2985. William Owen Ellis, Jefferson, Tex.: Commission Merchant: 
Banker: Houston, Tex. 

2986. John Simeon Fair, B. P., Newberry, S. C. : Lawyer: Newberry, 
S. C. 

2987. William Frazier Francisco, Bath Co., Va.: (Son of 996): 
Farmer : La Veta, Col. 

2988. William Walton Flittcher, Churchville, Va. : (Son of 1039). 

2989. Walton Craig Frank, Ghent, Ky. : Maysville, Ky. 

2990. Charles A. Graves, M. A., B. L., Liberty, Va.: (Brother of 
2845) : Robinson Prize Medal, 1868 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1869 : Assistant Pro- 
fessor English and Modern Languages, 1869 : Assistant Professor Law Washington 
and Lee University, 1873: Adjunct Professor Law, 1874: Professor Common and 
Statute Law and Equity Jurisprudence Washington and Lee University, 1875- . 

2991. Angus Neal Gordon, B. P., Scott Co., Ky.: Valedictorian, 
1873 : Teacher : Nicholasville, Ky. : Lexington, Ky. 

2992. William F. Green, Little Rock, Ark.: Merchandise Broker: 
Dallas, Tex. 

2993. Edgar IjEHRIE Guthrie, Paris, 111. : Farmer : Paris, 111. 

2994. John Blair Guthrie, A. B., M. A., Augusta Co., Va. : Phy- 
sician : Point Pleasant, La. 

2995. Walter Craig Guthrie, A. B. (1882), Augusta Co., Va.: 
President Chamberlain Hunt Academy : Port Gibson, Miss. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 167 

2996. William James Powell Glenn, Waco, Tex. : Waco, Tex. 

2997. "William Franklin Hogue, A. B., Marion, Ala.: Farmer: 
Scott's Station, Ala. 

2998. Joseph Pasteur Hawks, Vicksburg, Miss. 

2999. John Hite Lee Holcombe, Alexandria, Va. : U. S. N. 

3000. -^Richard King Hyams, New Orleans, La.: Died February, 1879. 

3001. Alexander Hamilton, B. L., Brownsville, N. C. : Lawyer: 
Petersburg, Va. 

3002. Kdward Silliman Harris, McAfee. Ky.: Banker and Farmer: 
Elizabethtown, Ky. 

3003. William Dunbar Hatcher, Selma, Ala. : Farmer : Orr- 
ville, Ala. 

3004. Edward Carter Headly, Lexington, Ky. : Deputy Clerk Cir- 
cuit Court : Lexington, Ky. 

3005. *JoHN Perkins Heath, Clinton, La. : Died October 7, 1878. 

3006. James Bramley Hollo way, Somerville, Tenn. : Clerk : Liver- 
more, Iowa. 

3007. Thomas Bramley Holloway, Somerville, Tenn. : Clerk : 16th 
and Canal Sts., Chicago, 111. 

3008. *WiLLiAM Dickey Johnson, A. B., M. A., Columbia Co., 
Ark.: Lawyer and Editor: Prescott, Ark.: Died 1877. 

3009. Thomas Moore Jackson, Clarksburg, W. Va. : Civil and Mining 
Engineer : Clarksburg, W. Va. 

3010. *Mercer Wright Johnson, Shreveport, La.: Died August, 1873. 

3011. William Kobert Johnston, Charlotte, N. C. : Merchant: Char- 
lotte, N. C. 

3012. Walter Byron Jacobs, Shreveport, La. : Bank Cashier : Shreve- 
port, La. 

3013. Thomas Jones Kernan, M. A., Clinton, La.: Honorary Schol- 
arship, 1872: Instructor in Mathematics and Modern Languages Washington and 
Lee University, 1S73 : Lawyer : Baton Eouge, La. 

3014. Frederick William Kirchoff, New Orleans, La. 

3015. Julius KruttscHNITT, C. E., New Orleans, La.: (Brother of 
2870) : Robinson Prize Medal, 1873 : Civil Engineer : Assistant Superintendent 
Southern Pacific Railroad : New Orleans, La. 

3016. John Martin Key, Brenham, Tex. : With Giddings & Giddings, 
Bankers, Brenham, Tex. 

3017. John Campbell Kelly, Galveston, Tex. : Merchant: Galveston, 
Tex. 

3018. James Samuel I^ANGWORTHY, Clinton, La.: Physician: Clinton, 
La. 

3019. William Dickinson liEWis, Kanawha Co., W. Va. : Maiden, 
W. Va. 

3020. John K. Lincoln, Plattsburg, Mo. : Farmer : Plattsburg, Mo. 

3021. John Kirkpatrick Lake, B. L., Cynthiana, Ky. : Lawyer : 
Cynthiana, Ky. 

3022. Edward Orick LiOCHER, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Stock Raiser: 
Indian Ter. 



168 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3023. * James Henry Liowry, Washington, Ark. 

3024. WaLiTER Burns Leverett, Jamestown, Tex. : San Saba, Tex. 

3025. BAI.DWIN Spyker Moore, B. Li., Austin, Tex.: Lawyer: 248 
C and 3d Sts., Washington, D. C. 

3026. James McDowei.1. Massie, Lexington, Va. : Physician : Rich- 
mondj Va. : Chirksville, Tenn. : Kansas City, Mo. 

3027. Edward Howard Martin, Memphis, Tenn. : Artistic Decora- 
tion, 1267 Broadway, New York City. 

3028. *Thomas Cathcart Manning, Alexandria, La. 

3029. James Mai^ONY Marshall., Southampton Co., Va. : Merchant: 
Suffolk, Va. 

3030. William Grant 3Ioore, Lexington, Ky, : Physician : 3041 
Easton Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

3031. Edward Spring Morris, Columbia, Tex. 

3032. Walter W. Mountjoy, King George Co., Va. : Physician : 
Comorn, Va. 

3033. Alexander Hall McCue, Fishersville, Va. : Farmer: Fishers- 
ville, Va. 

3034. James McDowell, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 520) : Merchant : 
Lynchburg, Va. : Knoxville, Tenn. 

3035. Thomas Shanks 3IcPheeters, Shelbyville, Ky. : Warehouse, 
<&c., 903 N. Main St., St. Louis, Mo. 

3036. Lewis Herman McDowell, Demopolis, Ala. 

3037. John Shuck McElroy, Springfield, Ky. : Merchant: Spring- 
field, Ky. 

3038. William Harrison Nance, Huntsville, Ala. : Physician : 
Bolivar Co., Miss. 

3039. William Patrick, B. L., Augusta Co.,Va.: Lawyer: Staunton, Va. 

3040. Robert Spotswood Payne, Lynchburg, Va. : Civil Engineer: 
Lynchburg, Va. 

3041. Theodore Franklin Pharr, Cabarrus Co., N. C. : Physician : 
Concord, N. C. 

3042. Thomas B. Pugh, Napoleonville, La. : Physician : Napoleon- 
ville, La. 

3043. James McClung Paris, Staunton, Va. : Farmer and Teacher: 
Elmot, Ark. 

3044. William White Patton, Botetourt Co., Va. : (Son of 1358) : 
210 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md. 

3045. William S. Rhea, C. E., M. E., Pulaski, Tenn. 

3046. ^Andrew Wallace Ruff, Rockbridge Co., Va., (Son of 1109) : 
Presbyterian Minister : Highland Co., Va. : Died December, 1884. 

3047. Hugh Rolston, Mobile, Ala. : Cotton Business : Mobile, Ala. 

3048. John Talbert Rhodes, Alexandria, La. : Farmer and Mer- 
chant : Cheney ville, La. 

3049. Charles Morgan Roberts, Washington, Tex.: Lawyer: San 
Antonio, Tex. , 

3050. John Savage, Gainesville, Fla. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 169 

3051. Oavid E. Sayre, Monticello, Mo. : Cattle Kanch : Long Point, Ark. 

3052. Henry Venabi^e Strayer, Harrisonburg, Va.: (Son of 1199): 
Lawyer: Harrisonburg, Va. 

3053. *Henry C. Shawhan, Cynthiana, Ky. : Died 1883. 

3054. James Sutton Spring, Fort Smith, Ark. : Teacher: Aquilla, Tex. 

3055. *JoSEPH Godfrey Swartz, Rockbridge Co., Va. : 4th Va. Re- 
serves C.S. A.: Honorary Scholarship, 1873 : Teacher: Lexington, Va. : Freder- 
icksburg, Va.: Died May, 1887. 

3056. *HuME Sappington, Columbus, Miss. : Died November 5, 1880. 

3057. James Luther Slayden, New Orleans, La. 

3058. Thomas Sloan, Herringsville, N. C. : Lisbon, N. C. 

3059. Horace George Smith, Orrville, Ala.: Farmer: Orrville, Ala. 

3060. Eldon "Washington Smith, Dallas, Tex. 

3061. *JoHN McClelland Tutwiler, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1405) : 
Lawyer: Died May, 1884. 

3062. Joseph "Willis Taylor, B. L., Waco, Tex.: Lawyer: City 
Attorney : Waco, Tex. 

3063. Patrick Henry Torrans, Jefferson, Tex. 

3064. Carlos Chandos Trac Y^Walterboro, S. C. : Lawyer : Walterboro, 
S.C. 

3065. Ferdinand Van Bru yssel, New Orleans, La. 

3066. Benjamin Harrison Waddell, M. A., C. E., Lexington, Va. : 
(Brother of 2620) : Honorary Scholarship, 1867 : Assistant Professor Mathematics 
Washington and Lee University, 1870 ; Teacher Classical School : Louisville, Ky. 

3067. *Chakles K. Whipple, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Private Secretary to 
Governor of Virginia: Richmond, Va. 

3068. Mortimer Norton Wisdom, B. Ij., New Orleans, La. : Cotton 
Broker : New Orleans, La. 

3069. Edward Jasper L. Wyrick, A. B., B. Ij., Magnolia, Ark. : 
Lawyer: Judge: Magnolia, Ark.: Teacher: Dawson, Tex. 

3070. Julius Walker Walden, Talladega, Ala.: Presbyterian Min- 
ister : Dayton, O. : Covington, Ky. 

3071. James li. Waller, C. E., Chicago, 111.: Merchants' National 
Bank, Chicago, 111. 

3072. Charles Frederick Warren, B. P., Washington, N. C. : 
Lawyer : Member of State Senate, 1887 : Washington, N. C. 

3073. Frederick Werber, Newberry, S. C. : Honorary Scholarship, 
1872 : Lawyer : Newberry, S. C. 

3074. Robert Brady Williams, Washington, Ark. : Lawyer : Wash- 
ington, Ark. 

3075. Thomas Fendol West, Louisa Co., Va. : Jacksboro, Tex. 

3076. Kobert Triplett White, Petersburg, Va. : Merchant: Peters- 
burg, Va. 

3077. Richard HoweWinter, Grenada, Miss. : Planter: Grenada, Miss. 

3078. M ALONE Wheless, New Orleans, La.: Lawyer: Washington, D. C. 

3079. FoRTESCUE Whittle, Powhatan Co., Va.: Teacher. 

3080. William Bell Wisdom, New Orleans, La. : (Brother of 3068) : 
253 Canal St., New Orleans, La. 

12 



170 Catalogue of Alumni. 



1873-1874. 



308L William C. Ayres, C. E., M. E., New Orleans, La. : Physician : 
25 W. 24th St., New York City. 

3082. Thomas Hampton Allen, Jr., Memphis, Tenn. : Cotton Factor r 
Memphis, Tenn. 

3083. Brown Ayres, New Orleans, La.: (Brother of 3081) : Professor 
Physics and Astronomy Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans. 

3084. Harry Allen, Memphis, Tenn. : Cotton Factor : Memphis, Tenn. 

3085. Howard Williams Barclay, A. B., B. L. (1877), Lexing- 
ton, Va.: (Son of 1069): Teacher: Kentucky: Savannah, Ga. : Civil Engineer : 
Lexington, Va. 

3086. William Boyle, A. B., Albia, Iowa :. University Prize Essay, 
1873: Santini Prize Medal, 1874: Teacher: Salt Lake Collegiate Institute, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

3087. John Monroe Bannister, A. B., Huntsville, Ala.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1872: Surgeon U. S. A. 

3088. Edward Gk)LD Brownlee, B. P., Kockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : 
Winchester, Ky. : Eufaula, Ala. : Birmingham, Ala. 

3089. KoBERT Kennolds Bentley, Essex Co., Va.: Teacher: Bas- 
trop, La. 

3090. liAZU Block, Winnsboro, La. 

3091. Glenn Brown, Alexandria, Va. : Architect : Washington, D. C. 

3092. Briscoe Baldwin Bouldin, Charlotte Co., Va. : Commonwealth's 
Attorney Charlotte Co. : Randolph, Va. 

3093. William I>avid Brent, Covington, Ky. : Lawyer : Covington, Ky. 

3094. David Williams Broyles, Savannah, Tenn. : Lawyer : Savan- 
nah, Tenn. 

3095. Isaac Newton Campbell, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Presbyterian, 
Minister: Lincoln Co., N. C. 

3096. LiEONiDAS Beverly Chaney, Allen Co., Ky. : Presbyterian Min- 
ister : Weatherford, Tex. : Rogersville, Tenn. 

3097. William Burr Child ers, A. B., B. Li., Pulaski, Tenn.: 
Lawyer: Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

3098. Alexander Cockrell, Dallas, Tex. 

3099. *Kobebt a. K. Cumming, Atlanta, Ga. : Died November, 1884. 

3100. Samuel Cheatham, Edgefield Co., S. C: Farmer: Duntonsville, 
S.C. 

3101. Edwin T. Dumble, Galveston, Tex. : Secretary Texas State Geo- 
logical and Scientific Association : Houston, Tex. 

3102. Joshua Martin Dawson, A. B., Columbus, O.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1873: Lawyer: City Solicitor: Cincinnati, O. 

3103. Charles Madison Davis, Cross Anchor, S. C: Lawyer and 
Planter: Cross Anchor, S. C. 

3104. Kendal Francis Dazey, Farmington, Tenn.: Book-keeper:; 
Nashville, Tenn. 

3105. Erroll Dunbar, Winchester, Va. : Actor : New York City. 



. Catalogue of Alumni. 171 

3106. Walter Wharton I>unlap, Kockbridge Co., Va.: (Brother of 
2979) : Farmer : Kerr's Creek, Va. : Roanoke, Va. 

3107. -^Philip Pendleton Dandridge, B. Ij., Jefferson Co., W. Va. 

3108. Gerard Morgan Effinger, C. E., Eockbridge Co., Va. : 
(Brother of 1894) : Mining Engineer: Ouray, Col. 

3109. Theodorick Pryor Epes, A. B., Nottoway Co., Va. : Presbyte- 
rian Minister : Manchester, Va. : Woodstock, Va. 

3110. Charles William Freeman, B. L., Lexington, Va. : (Brother 
of 1862) : Captain 4th Virginia Reserves C. S. A. : Lawyer : Kansas City, Mo. 

3111. Harvey Butler Fergusson, A. B., M. A., B. In,, Pickens- 
ville, Ala.: Honorary Scholarship, 1870: Cincinnati Oration, 1873: Instructor 
in Greek and Modern Languages Washington and Lee University, 1873 : Lawyer : 
Wheeling, W. Va. : Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

3112. Frank Field, B. P., A. B., Arrow Rock, Mo. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1871: Valedictorian, 1874: Dallas, Tex. 

3113. Henry Washington Farnham, C. E., Natchez, Miss. : Civil 
Engineer: Natchez, Miss. 

3114. Floyd Farrar, Vicksburg, Miss. : Agent Union Star Line : Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

3115. John Cameron Frayser, Memphis, Tenn. : Cotton Broker : Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

3116. Oaniel Turner Fackler, A. B., Huntsville, Ala. : Lawyer and 
Editor: Danville, Ky. 

3117. Andrew Jackson Ford, Richmond, Va. : Ford's Hotel : Rich- 
mond, Va. 

3118. William Henry Falkner, Ripley, Miss.: Ripley, Miss. 

3119. Frank Thomas Glasgow, A. B., Fincastle, Va. : (Son of 1223) 
Lawyer : Fincastle, Va. ; Lexington, Va. 

3120. HosEA Ij. Garrett, Brenham, Tex. : Minister : Brenham, Tex. 
3i21. *JoHN Gayle, Shreveport, La. 

3122. Alfred Barr Gillis, New Orleans, La. : New Orleans, La. 

3123. Edwin Atwood Glover, Edgefield, S. C. : Lawyer : Edgefield, S. C. 

3124. Frank Eugene GtOLDthwaite, New Orleans, La. 

3125. James Adrian Goggans, Nixburgh, Ala. : Physician : Alexander 
City, Ala. 

3126. William Samuel Glass, Victoria, Tex. 

3127. Frank Turner Howard, New Orleans, La.: Cotton Manufac- 
turer : New Orleans, La. 

3128. Harry Turner Howard, New Orleans, La. : (Brother of 3127) : 
Ashton Plantation, Luling P. O., La. 

3129. John Ijeonidas Hudson, Memphis, Tenn. 

3130. Joseph Harding Hamilton, Louisville, Ky. : Louisville Gas 
Co.: Louisville, Ky. 

3131. William Frank Hardy, Norfolk, Va. : V. T. & Ga. Air Line : 
Norfolk, Va. 

3132. Newton Walker Hartwell, Louisville, Ky. : Wholesale Oils, 
&c. : Louisville, Ky. 



172 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3133. John Harvey HitL, B. Li., Penn Run, Pa. : Lawyer : Indiana, Pa. 

3134. Walter Scott Jarratt, Brownsville, Tenn. : Farmer : Browns- 
ville, Tenn. 

3135. Benjamin O. James, Goochland Co., Va. : Commonwealth's Attor- 
ney : Lawyer : Goochland C. H., Va. 

3136. ^WlliLlAM Johnson, Briscoe Run, W.Va. : Civil Engineer: Died 
March 16, 1881. 

3137. CHARiiES Stanton Jordan, Warrenton, Va. : Warrenton, Va. 

3138. BAZlli Gordon Kiger, Vicksburg, Miss. : Vicksburjr, Miss. 

3139. ■'^JlRO Katow, Okayama, Japan: Died October 14, 1877. 

3140. Edmund Jennings LiEE, Fairfax Co., Va. : Physician : Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

3141. *Nathan Giles LiETCHER, Maysfield, Tex. : Died February 8, 1881. 

3142. Albert Gallatin Ix)WRY, Washingtob, Ark. : Lawyer and Edi- 
tor : Hope, Ark. 

3143. James Madison Laird, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Brother of 2559) : 
Physician : Coal Valley, W. Va. 

3144. Charles Clinton Leverett, Jamestown, Tex.: Overton, Tex. 

3145. Benjamin Tip Likens, Houston, Tex. : Book-keeper : Houston, 
Tex. 

3146. Adolphus P. IjONGSHORE, Youngville, Ala. 

3147. "^Frank Montgomery, Tremont, N. Y. : Physician : Bellevue Hos- 
pital, N. Y. : Died December, 1885. 

3148. John Marks Moore, Austin, Tex.: Lawyer: State Attorney 12th 
District, Tex. : Eastland City, Tex. 

3149. Frank Mastin, Huntsville, Ala. : Hardware : Huntsville, Ala. 

3150. William Joynes May, Petersburg, Va. : Book-keeper : Richmond, 
Va. 

3151. Nelson Carroll Munger, Houston, Tex.: Book-keeper: Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

3152. GuSTAVUS LiYLE Mastin, Huntsville, Ala,: Merchant: Hunts- 
ville, Ala. 

3153. -^William Frank Michie, Petersburg, Va. 

3154. James Alexander Moore, B. Li., Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: 
Lexington, Va. 

3155. James Harvey McCown, A. B., Rockbridge Co., Va. : Presby- 
terian Minister : Farmer : Rockingham Co., Va. : Rockbridge Co., Va. 

3156. John McCoy, B. P., Pendleton Co., W. Va.: Farmer: Franklin, 
W.Va. 

3157. William M. McPheeters, A. B., Shelbyville, Ky.: (Brother 
of 3035): Presbyterian Minister : Rocky Mount, Va. : Marion, Va. 

3158. William Tucker McGee, Raleigh, N. C. : Salesman : Raleigh, 
N.C. 

3159. Robert Shafer McCluer, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer: Sum- 
mers, Va. 

3160. John Alexander Preston, A. B., Lexingrton, Va.: (Son of 
827) : Presbyterian Minister: Pendleton Co., W.Va.: Fishersville, Va. 



Catalogue of Alumisti. 17S 

3161. KiSDON HuTCHiNGS Price. a. B., M. a., St. Louis, Mo, 

3162. John GL.ENN Pitts, Baltimore, Md. : Lawyer: Baltimore, Md. 

3163. Thomas Smith Purdie, B. Ij., Smithfield, Va. : Lawyer : Lees- 
burg, Va. : Seattle, Wash. Ter. : Merchant : Middletown, O. 

3164. John Henry Parker, Nixburgh, Ala.: Lawyer: Kockford, Ala. 

3165. BliAlR BuRWELt Pegram, Petersburg, Va. : Insurance Agent: 
Petersburg, Va. 

3166. Henry Conyers Payne, Georgetown, Ky. : With Payne, Viley & 
Co., Louisville, Ky. 

3167. Abner Addison Porter, Austin, Tex. 

3168. John Nathaniel Prather, Modesto, Cal. : Dentist : San Jos^, 
Cal. 

3169. Henry Jemison Pratt, Lexington, Va. : General Manager Colum- 
bus Fertilizer Co., Columbus, Ga. 

3170. WlixiAM St. Paui^ Puli^iam, Manchester, Va. 

— ' 3171. KoGER Atkinson Pryor,B.Ij., New York City: Collegian Prize, 
1874 : Lawyer : New York City. 

3172. John Kuff, A. B., Kockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 1109) : Presbyte- 
rian Minister : Liberty, Va. 

3173. John Henry Reid, Kansas City, Mo. : Keal Estate Agent : Kansas 
City, Mo. 

3174. liAWRENCE F1NI.EY Beinhard, St. Louis, Mo. : Civil Engineer 
and Railroad Contractor : Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

3175. Wauker Horton Khett, New Orleans, La. 

3176. *Ebenezer Erskine Stuart, Brownsburg, Va. : Theological 
Student: Died September 24, 1879. 

3177. "William Clarence Steele, Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 
1244) : Honorary Scholarship, 1872 : Teacher : Dallas, Tex. 

3178. Thomas Parker Thomson, Abbeville, S. C. : Abbeville, S. C. 

3179. John Thruston Thornton, Lexington, Va. : California. 

3180. John Michael Tiernan, B. Li,, Ashland, Ky. : Lawyer : Ash- 
land, Ky. 

3181. Tada Burni Torie, Tokei, Japan. 

3182. William Scott AVhite, A. B., Lexington, Va.: (Brother of 
2469) : Physician : Lexington, Va. 

3183. James Bidout Winchester, A. B., B. P., Annapolis, Md. : 
University Prize Essay, 1874 : Episcopal Clergyman : Macon, Ga. 

3184. Samuel Knox Winn, Decatur, Ga. : Presbyterian Minister : Peters- 
burg, Va. 

3185. John William Wilson, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : Bedford 
Co.,Va. 

3186. WilliamWoodsonWalker, Fairfax Co., Va.: Episcopal Clergy- 
man: Bellaire, (). : Washington, Pa. 

3187. Richard Wilde Walker, Huntsville, Ala.: Lawyer: Hunts- 
ville, Ala. 

3188. James Bibb Weber, La Grange, Mo. : Minister : President Mount 
Pleasant College, Huntsville, Mo. : La Grange, Mo. 



174 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3189. WAliTER JourdanWingate, B. Ij., Newton Co., Tex. : Lawyer 
and Land Agent : San Diego, Cal. 

1874-1875. 

3190. Charles WESiiEY Anderson, A. B., Brownsville, Tenn: 
Teacher: Proprietor Brownsville City Mills': Brownsville, Tenn. 

3191. Henry Ames, St. Louis, Mo. : St. Louis, Mo. 

3192. JoBDJ PAUIi BOCOCK, A. B., M. A., Lexington, Va. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1873: Lawyer: Editor: Butte City, Montana: On staff of the IForW, 
New York City. 

3193. George Aijexander Brodie, Plum Bayou, Ark.: Lawyer: 
Stenographer: Portland, Oregon. 

3194. Irby Boyd, Memphis, Tenn.: Cotton Commission Merchant: Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

3195. *IjUCIEN Brown, Georgetown, S. C. 

3196. * John A. Blume, B. li., Lexington, Va. : Lawyer : Lexington, Va. : 
Died October, 1886. 

3197. Henry Thomas Bine, Oxford, Miss. 

3198. George Samuel Craig, Augusta Co., Va. : Manager of Marble 
Quarry : Craigsville, Va. 

3199. WltxIAM GWYNN COE, Lexington, Va. : Physician : Yakima, Wash. 
Ter. 

3200. Harry Slicer Coe, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 3199) : Methodist 
Minister : Glen Wilton, Va. 

3201. John Thomas Cock, Harrison Co., Tex. : Lawyer : Marshall, Tex. 

3202. James Edmondson Connevey, Washington Co., Va.: Editor: 
Midlothian, Tex. 

3203. I'HOMAS Paxton CAliBREATH, Augusta Co., Va. : Koanoke, Va. 

3204. Clifford Caldwell, Jefferson Co., Ark. : Farmer : Plum Bayou, 
Ark. 

3205. Walter Atwood Camp, Marietta, Ga.: 206 E. 15th St., New 
York City. 

3206. Samuel Cowan Cason, Abbeville, S. C. : Abbeville, S. C. 

3207. BlON Clarke, Brookville, Ky. : Tobacco Dealer : Brookville, Ky. 

3208. Bernard Harrison Nadal Coe, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
3200) : Baltimore, Md. 

3209. Charles AlvinDailey, Honey Grove, Tex. : Lawyer : Paris, Tex. 

3210. Horace li. Dufour, New Orleans, La. : Lawyer : New Orleans, La. 

3211. James Sproule Deweese, Milton, Ky.: Tobacconist: Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

3212. Joseph Henry Powell Dolen, Houston, Tex. : Sealy, Tex. 

3213. "William Templeton Ourrett, Louisville, Ky. : Physician: 
Louisville, Ky. 

3214. Clarence Edmondson, M. A., Pulaski, Tenn.: Santini Prize 
Medal, 1875 : Lawyer : Sherman, Tex. : Austin, Tex. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 175 

3215. "WuLiilAM Cherry Etheridge, Bertie Co., N. C. : Colerain, N. C. 

3216. BEVERiiY Burette Ford, A. B., Cartersville, Va.: Columbia, 
S. C. 

3217. John Walker Field, C. E., Liberty, Mo.: Civil Engineer: 
Wichita Falls, Tex. 

3218. James K. Polk Gillaspie, Hunts ville, Tex. : Houston, Tex. 

3219. John Gadsden, M. E., C. E., Charleston, S. C: Farmer and 
Civil Engineer : Eutawville, S. C. 

3220. William Julian Gayer, Charleston, S. C. : Clerk in Post Office : 
Charleston, S. C. 

3221. Samuel Earle Greene, Birmingham, Ala.: Lawyer: Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

3222. Walter Gregory, Memphis, Tenn. : Lawyer : Memphis, Tenn. 

3223. John Bean Grove, Grant Co., W. Va. : Physician : Petersburg, 
W. Va. 

3224. Robert Glasgow, Fincastle,Va.: (Son of 1223): Physician: Fin- 
€astle, Va. : Lexington, Va. 

3225. Reuben Drake Haislip, M. A., Camden, Ark.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1870 : Teacher : Woodstock, Va. : Little Eock, Ark. : With R. H. 
Allen & Co., Bankers, 31 Broad St., New York City. 

3226. John Avery Haldeman, Louisville, Ky. : Courier Journal : 
Louisville, Ky. 

3227. Columbus Haywood Hobbs, Milburn, Ky. : Minister : Presi- 
dent Dallas College, Tex. : President Center University, Center, Tex. 

3228. John Jason Harry, Garlandville, Miss. : Physician : Handsboro, 
Miss. 

3229. Griffin Johnston, San Francisco, Cal. : Los Angeles, Cal. 

3230. liEWis Carmera Jones, Mississippi City, Miss. 

3231. Jerry Black LiESLIE, Frankfort, Ky. : Lawyer : Glasgow, Ky. : 
Oreat Falls, Montana. 

3232. Samson IjEVY, Bastrop, La. : Lawyer : Bastrop, La. 

3233. George Carter IjAFFERTY, Lexington, Va. : Secretary Stock 
Exchange : With Thomas Branch & Co., Brokers, Richmond, Va. : Stenographer 
U. S. House of Representatives, Washington, D. C. 

3234. *EvANS C. Leslie, Frankfort, Ky. : Physician : Died in New York, 
May 16, 1882. 

3235. Emile Montgomery, A. B. (1876), Tremont, N. Y. : (Brother 
of 3147) : High Bridge, P. O., N. Y. 

3236. James William Moore, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Kerr's 
Creek, Va. : Merchant : Lexington, Va. 

3237. Miles Macon Martin, B. L., Danville, Va.: (Son of 1304): 
Lawyer: Smith ville, Va. 

3238. Thomas Jasper Moore, El Dorado, Ark. : Merchant : Camden, 
Ark. 

3239. Emmett Wallace McCorkle, B. P., Rockbridge Co., Va.: 
Presbyterian Minister : Clifton Forge, Va. 

3240. John Taylor McChesney, Staunton, Va. : (Son of 1237) : Min- 
neapolis, Minn. : Bank Officer r Aberdeen, Dak. 



176 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3241. Donald McDonald, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 2426) : Archi- 
tect : Louisville, Ky. : Roanoke, Va. 

3242. Roy ^cDoNALD, Lexington, Va.: (Brotherof 3241) : Louisville, Ky. 

3243. Jackson Robert McBride, Lexington, Va. : Farmer : Pales- 
tine, Tex. 

3244. Edwin Atlee McCampbell, Corpus Christi, Tex.: Corpus 
Christi, Tex. 

3245. Harry Percy Napton, C. E., St. Louis, Mo.: Civil Engineer: 
Butte City, Mont. 

3246. Robert Hollins Nicholas, M. E., C. E., Baltimore, Md. : 
Civil Engineer B. & P. R. R. : Baltimore, Md. 

3247. Ernest Vinson Napier, Waco, Tex. : Telegraph Operator : 
Perry, Tex. 

3248. Lewis "William Napton, St. Louis, Mo. :- Deer Lodge City, Mont. 

3249. Thomas Addison Perkins, Louisville, Ky. : Superintendent 
Silver Mining Co.: Idaho Springs, Col. 

3250. Charles Talbot Peck, Cocke Co., Tenn. : Lawyer: New 
Orleans, La. 

325L Lawrence Rust, M. A., LL. D., Leesburg, Va. : Professor 
Greek Kenyon College: Rector Kenyon Military Academy: Gambler, Ohio. 

3252. John Pinkham Rice, C. E., St. Charles, Mo.: Physician: 
Castro ville, Tex. 

3253. Ernest Robinson, Huntsville, Ala. : Lawyer : Huntsville, Ala. 

3254. Richard Alexander Robinson, Louisville, Ky. : Member of 
firm of Robinson Bros. & Co., Hardware : Louisville, Ky. 

3255. William Smiley Ryan, B. L., Indianapolis, Ind. : On Staff of 
The Star, New York City. 

3256. Samuel Wheeler Railey, Winchester, Ky.: Lawyer: Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

3257. Robert Glenn Redwine, Atlanta, Ga. : Planter : Powell- 
ville, Ga. 

3258. John Hill Ryals, Telfair Co., Ga. : Farmer and Merchant : Lum- 
ber City, Ga. 

3259. John Junius Shaner, Lexington, Va. : Physician : California. 

3260. Henry Howard Sandlin, B. L., Richlands, N. C. : Lawyer : 
Richlands, N. C. 

3261. Nathan Alexander Stedman, Marshall, Tex. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1874 : Lawyer : Fort Worth, Tex. 

3262. Thomas Taliaferro Shreve, Louisville, Ky. : Dun's Mercan- 
tile Agency : Louisville, Ky. 

3263. Joel Allen Smith, Abbeville, S. C. : Merchant : Abbeville, S. C. 

3264. George Leard Speer, Elmore Co., Ala.: Teacher: Principal 
Jemison Male and Female Institute : Jemison, Ala. 

3265. Thomas Fearne Steele, Chattanooga, Tenn.: Ticket Agent: 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

3266. *Edmund I>WIGHT Sears, Staunton, Va. : Died November 10^ 
1883. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 177 

3267. Claude Iilt.BURNE Shipe, Baltimore, Md. : 146 Bolton St., Bal- 
timore, Md. 

3268. Thomas Everett Smith, Smyrna, Tenn.: Farmer and Surveyor ; 
Smyrna, Tenn. 

3269. WiLMAM Henry Tayi^oe, A. B., M. A., B. L., Hale Co., 
Ala. : Honorary Scholarship, 1870 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1872 : Robinson Prize 
Medal, 1873: Cincinnati Oration, 1874: Instructor in History, English and Modem 
Languages, Washington and Lee University, 1874: Acting Professor German and 
Modern History Washington and Lee University, 1875 : Lawyer : Lexington, Va. : 
Uniontown, Ala. 

3270. Albert Howard Tinges, M. E., C. E., Baltimore, Md.: 
Civil Engineer P. W. & B. R. R. : 152 Lanvale St., Baltimore, Md. 

3271. James Bruce TutwII^ER, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1405): Mer- 
chant: Lynchburg, Va. 

3272. Henry Frank Tii.i.MAN,Valdosta, Ga. : Book-keeper: Macon, Ga. 

3273. LeKoy Chowning TOWLES, Poolesville, Md.: Physician: Acco- 
keek, Md. 

3274. Robert "Wotherspoon 1"^ezevant, Columbia, S. C. 

3275. John Randoi^ph Tucker, Richmond, Va. : Lawyer : Rich- 
mond, Va. 

3276. DANlEii Parke Turnbuli., Pass Christian, Miss. 

3277. *Wll.i:.iAM Patton Watkins, Huntsville, Ala. : Died in Europe, 
1882. 

3278. Walter IjESI.IE Webb, C. E., Dover, Mo.: Stock Raiser: Win- 
field, Kan. 

3279. William Braxton Winn, Memphis, Tenn. : Physician : Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

3280. Newton Kirk White, Huntsville, Ala. : Farmer : Huntsville, Ala. 

3281. Frank Beverly Whiting, Clarke Co., Va.: Farmer: Boyce 
P. O., Va. 

3282. S. Miller Williams, Lexington, Va. : Civil Engineer : Camden, S. C. 

1875-1876. 

3283. Conrad George Altgelt, San Antonio, Tex. : San Antonio, Tex. 

3284. John Randolph Anderson, Jr., Lexington, Va.: Hardware: 
Richmond, Va. 

3285. ^Benjamin W. Bettis, A. B., B. Ij., Edgefield, S. C. : Law- 
yer : Edgefield, S. C. : Died July 29, 1885. 

3286. Hugh Barclay, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1069) : Merchant : Little 
Rock, Ark. 

3287. Thomas Raymond Boyle, Memphis, Tenn. : Memphis, Tenn. 

3288. William Ballentine, St. Louis, Mo. 

3289. Stephen Taylor Beveridge, Richmond, Va.: Commission 
Merchant: Richmond, Va. 

3290. Matt. Sanders Bradley, B. L., Georgetown, Ky.: Lawyer: 
97 Clark St., Chicago, 111. 



178 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3291. *PHlliIP Hopkins Brown, Loudoun Co., Va. : Chemist, Potts- 
ville Iron & Steele Co., Pottsville, Pa. 

3292. John 1jYL,1e Campbei.i:., B. L/., Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1170): 
Teacher: Christiansburg, Va, : Lawyer: Clerk of the Faculty and Treasurer 
Washington and Lee University, 1877- : Lexington, Va. 

3293. George £Li.rle Chamberlain, A. B., B. !L., Natchez, Miss. : 
Lawyer: Member of Legislature: Albany, Oregon. 

3294. ^William Francis Cosner, A. B., Tucker Co., W. Va.: 
Presbyterian Minister: Died November 17, 1880. 

3295. James Gari^and Carter, Louisville, Ky. : Of Carter Bros. & 
Co., Wholesale Dry Goods : Louisville, Ky. 

3296. John Henry Ci-INKSCAI.es, Carrollton, Mo. : Durango, La. 

3297. CliARENCE G. Crawford, Frederick Co., Va. : Farmer: Kerns- 
town, Va. 

3298. Chari-es Augustus Deshon, M. A., B. L., Mobile, Ala.: 
Taylor Prize Scholarship, 1872: Robinson Prize Medal, 1874: Robinson Prize 
Medal, 1875: Cincinnati Oration, 1875: Acting Professor French Washington 
and Lee University, 1875: Lawyer: 237 Broadway, New York City. 

3299. W11.1.IAM EiitlOTT Bold, Harrisonburg, Va. : (Son of 1329) : 
Physician : Bloomingdale Asylum, New York City. 

3800. Frederick Absalom Dantzler, Garlandville, Miss. : Heidel- 
berg, Miss. 

3301. James Wii.i.iam DeVore, Edgefield, S. C: Edgefield, S. C. 

3302. Flavius Foster Downs, Waco, Tex. : Banker : Temple, Tex. 

3303. M. W. Elder, Clarksville, Tenn. : Clarksville, Tenn. 

3304. Walter Vinson Fort, Waco, Tex. : Waco, Tex. 

3305. William Waters Gibson, Charlestown, W. Va. : San Antonio, 
Texas. 

3306. Julius Caldeen Gunter, Fayetteville, Ark. : Lawyer : Trini- 
dad, Col. 

3307. John C. George, Baltimore, Md. : 1 Charles St. Ave., Balti- 
more, Md. 

3308. William Wirt Henry Harris, M. A., B. L., Lexington, 
Va. : Honorary Scholarship, 1873: Robinson Prize Medal, 1874: Instructor in 
English, Greek, and Latin, Washington and Lee University, 1874 : Lawyer : 
Lynchburg, Va. 

3309. Walter Henry Hoffman, New Orleans, La. : U. S. Assistant 
Engineer : New Orleans, La. 

3310. ^Maxwell Somerville Hudgins, C. E., Matthews Co., Va. : 
Taylor Prize Scholarship, 1874: Honorary Scholarship, 1875: Robinson Prize 
Medal, 1876: Teacher: New York City: Norfolk, Va. : Died October, 1887. 

3311. -^Walter Wilson Harvey, Memphis, Tenn. 

3312. LiAWRENCE M. Hensell, Martinsburg, W. Va. : Minister : Rock- 
ingham Co., Va. : Albany, Oregon. 

3313. William Albert Hughes, Anchorage, Ky. : Physician : Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

3314. Horace Hale Harvey, New Orleans, La. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 179 

3315. GuSTAVUS A. Kampmann, San Antonio, Tex. : San Antonio, Tex. 

3316. JaM£S liEE lilsliE, Lexington, Ky. : Honorary Scholarship, 1874: 
Lexington, Ky. 

3317. Charles Richard Lockridge, Kansas City, Mo.: Capitalist: 
Kansas City, Mo. 

3318. Jesse BuRBAGE IjUCAS, Washington, N. C. : Physician: Harrell's 
Store P. O., N. C. 

3219. Harry Preston Lawther, Galveston, Tex. : Dallas, Tex. 

3320. "William Johnson Li'Engle, Jacksonville, Fla. : Jacksonville, 
Fla. 

3321. Sidney Turner Moreland, C. E., B. S., A. B., M. A., 
Homer, La. : Honorary Scholarship, 1873 : Young Prize Scholarship, 1874 : Rob- 
inson Prize Medal, 1874: Teacher McDonogh School, Maryland: McCormick 
Professor of Natural Philosophy Washington and Lee University, 1880- : Lex- 
ington, Va. 

3322. Thomas Kichard Moore, Eockbridge Co., Va. : Merchant : 
Lexington, Va. 

3323. Eugene Irvine Montgomery, A. B., Deerfield, Va.: Young 
Prize Scholarship, 1876: Teacher: Deerfield, Va. 

3324. Ephraim Griffin Marsalis, Dallas, Tex. 

3325. Thomas Winston Moseley, Bedford Co., Va. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1875 : Lawyer : Fort Smith, Ark. 

3326. William Parsons McCorkle, Eockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 
793): "Gazette" Medal, 1875: Methodist Minister: Texas. 

3327. RoBERDEAU A. McCormick, Loudoun Co., Va. : Aurum, Nev. 

3328. ^George McDowell Prather, Waco, Tex. 

3329. Matthew White Paxton, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1312) : 
Farmer : Member of Virginia House of Delegates, 1883 : U. S. Internal Kevenue 
Department: Editor: Lexington, Va. 

3330. John Henry Pratt, Eoswell, Ga. : Analytical Chemist : Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

3331. ^Marshall Key Palmer, Lebanon, Ky.: Physician: Lebanon, 
Ky. : Died 1884. 

3332. WiLLARD E. Parks, Martinsville, Ind. : Martinsville, Ind. 

3333. William JRice Pryor, New York City : Physician : 147 William 
Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3334. John Milton Kobinson, C. E., Cotton Point, La.: Cotton 
Planter : Bayou La Chute, La. 

3335. Harry Hamilton Kussell, A. B., Hamilton, La.: Lawyer: 
Monroe, La. 

3336. Smith Clinkscales Kea, Carrollton, Mo. : Teller Exchange 
Bank, Carrollton, Mo. 

3337. Chester Elhenen Kees, Winchester, Ky. : Police Judge : Win- 
chester, Ky. 

3338. Thomas Kellen Keese, Eockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Eock- 
bridge Co., Va. 

3339. Frank Graham Ruff, Eockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 1109) 
Farmer: Oak Dale P. 0.,Va. 



180 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3340. KoBERT Henry Sellers, Lexington, Va. : Keal Estate Agent: 
Fort Worth, Tex. 

3341. Arthur Fichelle Sampson, Georgetown, S. C: Physician; 
Georgetown, S. C. 

3342. James William Stokes, A. B. , Orangeburg, S. C: Taylor Prize 
Scholarship, 1875: Valedictorian, 1876: Physician: Teacher: Corinth, Miss.: 
Wartrace, Tenn. 

3343. W. Speed Stephens, Boonville, Mo. : Banker : Boonville, Mo. 

3344. Edward Steves, San Antonio, Tex. : Guns, &c. : San Antonio, Tex. 

3345. Haller Girault Sizer, Dallas, Tex. : Merchant : Dallas, Tex. 

3346. *WiLLiAM GiP Stephens, Boonville, Mo. 

3347. Henry Stratton, Memphis, Tenn. : Book-keeper, with J. H. 
McDavitt & Co., Memphis, Tenn. 

3348. Henry St. George Tucker, M. A., B. Li., Lexington, Va.: 
Associate Trustee Washington and Lee University, 1887- : Lawyer : Staunton, Va. 

3349. William Harold Walsh, B. L., Harford Co., Md.: Santini 
Prize Medal, 1876 : Assistant Attorney B. & O. R. R. : Lawyer : Baltimore, Md. 

3350. William Jeremiah Williams, Poolsville, Md.: Merchant: 
Dawsonville, Md. 

3351. Campbell Wallace, Atlanta, Ga.: Nurseryman: Atlanta, Ga. 



1876-1877. 

3352. Charles Bezaleel Antrim, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Whole- 
sale Grocer : Richmond, Va. 

3353. Walter Russell Bowie, A. B., M. A., B. L., Lexington, 
Va. : Lawyer : Member City Council : Richmond, Va. 

3854. Walter Kemper Bocock, A. B., M. A., Lexington, Va.: 
(Brother of 3192): Santini Prize Medal, 1877: Editor: North American: 
Philadelphia Times: Author: Philadelphia: The Press: New York. 

3355. John Barbee, Louisville, Ky.: Mine Broker: Grand Lake, Col. 

3356. I>AVID KiTTENHOUSE Barton, Lexington, Va. : Farmer : Md. 

3357. Juan Benavides, B. Li., Laredo, Tex.: Lawyer: Laredo, Tex. 

3358. Omar Hassan Bartlette, New Orleans, La. : " Gazette " Medal, 
1877 : New Orleans, La. 

3359. Samuel Hayes Bell, Dublin, Va.: (Son of 938) : Farmer: Swoope's 
Depot, Va. 

3360. James K. K. Bell, Dublin, Va. : (Son of 938): Farmer: Dublin, Va. 

3361. Mike Woods Brister, Water Valley, Miss. : Druggist : Water 
Valley, Miss. 

3362. James William Ballard, Winchester, Ky. 

3363. Victor Flournoy Bradley, B. Lj., Georgetown, Ky. : Law 
Class Oration, 1877 : Lawyer : Georgetown, Ky. 

3364. * James Trimble Campbell, A. B., Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Son 
of 1515): Presbyterian Minister. 

3365. Frank Marion Cockrell, Dallas, Tex. : Lawyer : Dallas, Tex. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 181 

3366. WAI.KEB Peyton Conway Coe, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
3208) : Methodist Minister : Dranesville, Va. 

3367. Charges C. Cunningham, La Grange, Ga. : La Grange, Ga. 

3368. James Hardy Dii.i.ard, M. A.^B. Li,, Norfolk, Va. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1874 : Young Prize Scholarship, 1875 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1876 : 
Cincinnati Oration, 1876: Assistant Professor Mathematics Washington and Lee 
University, 1876 : Principal Norfolk Academy, Va. : Bridge Professor of Intel- 
lectual and Moral Philosophy, and Principal of Mary Institute, Washington 
University, St. Louis, Mo. 

3369. John Ai^exander Fui^CHER, B. S., C. E., Fannin Co., Tex.: 
Division Engineer M. C. R. R., El Paso, Tex. 

3370. Thomas Donelson Foster, Franklin, La. 

3371. Wii^i^iAM McKendree Gii^bert, Lexington, Va. : Green 
Bank, W. Va. 

3372. James Hay, B. L.., Clarke Co., Va.: "Gazette" Medal, 1876: 
Lawyer : Commonwealth's Attorney : Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1885, 
1887^ Madison C. H., Va. 

3373. Adolphe Chari.es Herff, San Antonio, Tex. : Physician : San 
Antonio, Tex:. 

3374. Jeff. A. Hendi^Y, B. Li., Farmington, Ky. : Lawyer: County 
Attorney : Colorado, Tex. 

3375. George Hili., West Baton Rouge, La. : Sugar Planter : Port Allen, La. 

3376. BuTlLER Jack, A. B., Memphis, Tenn. : Merchant: Galveston, 
Tex. : Memphis, Tenn. 

3377. KoiiAN Stewart Johnson, B. Li., Woodville, Miss.: Lawyer: 
Woodville, Miss. 

3378. Enoch Griffith Jones, San Antonio, Tex.: San Antonio, Tex. 

3379. Benjamin Frayser Kirkpatrick, Pulaski Co., Va. : (Son 
of 1088) : Young Prize Scholarship, 1877 : Insurance Agent: Lynchburg, Va. 

3380. *James Carrington Kincki^E, A. B,, Lynchburg, Va. 

3381. Henry Thomas Keith, Shreveport, La.: Farmer: Keatchie, La. 

3382. James Wii^lIAM KuykendA!.!., Hardy Co., W. Va. : Taylor 
Prize Scholarship, 1877: Farmer: Moorefield, W. Va. 

3383. CAMII.I.E Saunders Li'Engi.e, Jacksonville, Fla. : Hardware: 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

3384. WltLlAM Kamsay Laird, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Brother of 
3143) : Presbyterian Minister : Millersburg, Ky. 

3385. Wii.iiiAM Frederick Mii^ler, M. A., Selma, Tex. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1874: Cincinnati Oration, 1877: San Antonio, Tex. 

3386. KoBERT Preston Means, Blacksburg, Va. : Agent Valley Mutual 
Life Association, Staunton, Va. : Birmingham, Ala. 

3387. Ernest Moore, B. Li., Lancaster, S. C. : Lawyer: Lancaster, S. C. 

3388. *KoBERT Chastain Mc Kinney, Trigg Co., Ky. : Died April 
30, 1881. 

3389. James McCi^uRE, Jefferson Co., Miss. : Assistant Professor Jeffer- 
son College, Washinrrton, Miss. 

3390. Daniei. Rowei.1. Neai^, Parkersburg, W. Va. : Lawyer : Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. : Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. 



182 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3391. Robert Latham Owen, M. A., Lynchburg, Va. : Honorary 

Scholarship, 1875 : Valedictorian, 1877 : Lawyer : Muscogee, Ind. Ter. 

3392. WrLI^lAM Henry Ochiltree, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Presbyterian 
Minister : CoUierstown, Va. 

3393. Harry Burton Pi^eASANTS, Roanoke Co., Va. : Physician; 
Roanoke, Va. 

3394. Samuel Kutherford Patton, Greenbrier Co.,W.Va. : Lawyer : 
Ronceverte, W. Va. 

3395. William PoRTERFiELDyVicksburg, Miss.: Civil Engineer : Vicks- 
burg, Miss. 

3396. William Henry Kobinson, Memphis, Tenn. 

3397. William White Ruff, Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 1109): 
Presbyterian Minister : Texas : Point Pleasant, W. Va. 

3398. James William Ramsey, Lexington, Va. r Printer : Lexington, Va. 

3399. Robert Allen Rogers, Galveston, Tex. : Lawyer : Fort Worth, 
Texas. 

3400. Calvin Tate Roberts, Nelson Co., Va. : Lawyer : Orlando, Va. 

3401. Frank Arthur Scratchley, New Orleans, La.: Physician: 
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 

3402. Thaddeus Wood Smith, San Antonio, Tex. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1876: Deputy Clerk County Court: San Antonio, Tex. 

3403. -^Alonzo Snyder, Rodney, Miss. : Physician. 

3404. Albert Steves, San Antonio, Tex. : San Antonio, Tex. 

3405. Hiram Mason Sydenstricker, Lewisburg, W. Va. : Presby- 
terian Minister : Montgomery City, Mo. 

3406. Henry Shelby Sanders, Pattersonville, La. : Planter : Patter- 
Bonville, La. 

3407. Ballard R. Smith, Augusta Co., Va.: Physician: Greenville, Va. 

3408. Samuel Blain Smith, P'incastle, Va. : Teacher: Fincastle, Va. 

3409. James Henderson Smith, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 1848} : 
Presbyterian Minister : Fairfield, Va. : Leesburg, Va. : Harrisonburg, Va. : Instruc- 
tor Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. 

3410. Ross H. Van Horn, Rock Island, 111. 

3411. William Augustus Walton, Augusta, Ga. : Augusta, Ga. 

3412. Archibald Sproul White, Lexington, Va. : Member of firm 
of James T. Williams & Co. : Lynchburg, Va. 

3413. David Rogerson Williams, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
3282) : Cotton Planter : Camden, S. C. 

3414. Mansfield White, Montgomery Co., Md. 

3415. Josi AH Winchester, Natchez, Miss.: Lawyer: Montrose, Colo. 

3416. *Philip liOUlS Yeatman, Lynchburg, Va. 

1877-1878. 

3417. Joseph IjINWOOD Antrim, Lexington, Va. : Wholesale Grocer : 
Richmond, Va. 

3418. James Edward Allen, Norfolk, Va. : Bookkeeper : Norfolk, Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 183 

3419. Joseph Pain Browni.ee, Rockbridge Co., Va.: Wellsville, Mo. 

3420. AiiEXANDER B. Bowman, Adams Co., Miss.: Salesman: Wild- 
wood, La. 

3421. Joshua F, BuiitETT, Jr., Louisville, Ky. : Lawyer: Louisville, 
Ky. : Big Stone Gap, Va. 

3422. Cyrus H. Bix)OD, Brookville, Pa.: Brown's Rolling Mills, South 
Chicago, 111. 

3423. Henry Boerner, San Antonio, Tex. : San Antonio, Tex. 

3424. Charles O. Brant, St. Louis, Mo. : Boonville, Mo. 

3425. ^Edmund Douglas Campbeul, Lexington, Va,: (Son of 1170) : 
Pulaski, Tenn. : Physician : Richmond, Va. : Lexington, Va. : Died November 
2, 1880. 

3426. LiEWis Berkeley Cox, B. L., Loudoun Co., Va. : "Gazette'* 
Medal, 1878: Lawyer: Commonwealth's Attorney : Member of Legislature : Pen- 
dleton, Oregon : Portland, Oregon. 

3427. Khydon Mays Call, B. Li., Orange Mills, Fla.: Lawyer: U. S. 
District Attorney : Jacksonville, Fla. 

3428. Alonzo Kice Cocke, A. B., Bedford Co., Va. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Millboro, Va. : Waynesboro, Va. 

3429. LiUClEN Ho'WARr) Cocke, A. B,, Botetourt Springs, Va. : Law- 
yer : Mayor of Roanoke : Roanoke, Va. 

3430. Fred. Cockrell, B. Ij., Sherman, Tex.: Lawyer: Sherman, 
Tex. : Abilene, Tex. 

3431. William T. Crenshaw, B. Ij., Marion, Ala.: Lawyer: Selma, 
Alabama. 

3432. Cbllrles Cotesworth Culp,B. Li., Union Co., S. C: Lawyer: 
Union C. H., S. C. 

3433. Percy I>AVIDS0N, C. E., Cambridge, Md.: Civil Engineer: Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

3434. George Julius Denis, A. B., New Orleans, La.: University 
Prize Oration, 1878 : Lawyer : Los Angeles, Cal. 

3435. Elliott H. Dickson, Greenbrier Co., W.Va. : Editor : Ronceverte, 
W.Va. 

3436. Ernest Harris Dryden, Baltimore, Md. : 235 Madison Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

3437. Key. George B. Eager, Lexington, Va. : Baptist Minister: 
Mobile, Ala. : Knoxville, Tenn. : Danville, Va. 

3438. William Moore Fain, Dandridge, Tenn.: Merchant: Dan- 
dridge, Tenn. 

3439. Simon Fred. Floed, Roseburg, Oregon : Portland, Oregon. 

3440. James William Holt, Hamlin, W. Va. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Pickaway, W. Va. 

3441. David Carlisle Humphreys, C. E., Rockbridge Co., Va. : 
(Son of 1387) : Taylor Prize Scholarship, 1876 : Instructor in Mathematics 
Washington and Lee University, 1877 : Honorary Scholarship, 1877 : Robinson 
Prize Medal, 1878 : Civil Engineer : U. S. River Survey, St. Louis, Mo. : Adjunct 
Professor Applied Mathematics Washington and Lee University, 1885- : Lex- 
ington, Va. 



184 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3442. WllLLIAM G. Harding, Jr., Nashville, Tenn.: Farmer: Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

3443. WlLMAM Clarke HerndoN, B. L., Frankfort, Ky. : Lawyer: 
Frankfort, Ky. 

3444. John Wbhte Hoskinson, Philadelphia, Pa. 

3445. Philip Wilson Inskeep, Moorefield, W. Va. : Merchant : Moore- 
field, W. Va. 

3446. *SAMUEli Jack, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.: Merchant: (Brother of 3376). 

3447. Edwin C. Jordan, Jr., Frederick Co., Va. : Jordan's White 
Sulphur Springs : Stephenson's Depot P. O., Va. 

3448. John Wiuliam Johnson, Monroe Co., W. Va. : Farmer: Alder- 
son's, W. Va. 

3449. *Albert Sidney Johnston, Lexington, Va. : Longdale, Va. : 
Harrisburg, Pa.: Died January 9, 1885. 

3450. Walter M. Johnston, Monroe Co., W. Va. : Union, W. Va. 

3451. William Thomas Leavell, A. B., M. A., B. Li,, Jefferson 
Co., W. Va.: Honorary Scholarship, 1873: Robinson Prize Medal, 1877: Lawyer: 
Charlestown, W. Va. : Secretary and Treasurer Union Warehouse Co. : Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

3452. *Francis Ke yes Le avell, A. B. , M. A. , Jefferson Co., W. Va. : 
(Brother of 3451) : Santini Prize Medal, 1878 : Cincinnati Oration, 1878 : Vale- 
dictorian, 1878 : Episcopal Clergyman : Fayette Co., W. Va. : Assistant Rector of 
Emmanuel Church, and in charge of Chapel of the Atonement, Baltimore, Md. : 
Died December 19, 1887. 

3453. Giles Cook Lane, Floyd Co., Va. : Physician : Portland, Oregon : 
Elk Park, N. C. 

3454. Walter Lonsdale Lea, Lexington, Va.: Physician: Wilkes- 
barre, Pa. 

3455. r>AVlD Wendel Longstreet, Water Valley, Miss. : Planter : 
Bon Secour, Ala. 

3456. Joseph Rucker Lamar, Augusta, Ga. : Lawyer: Augusta, Ga. 

3457. John Monroe Lloyd, Jackson Co., Ohio. 

3458. Walter Lee McCorkle, B. L., Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : 
Maysville, Ky, : Lawyer: 60 Wall Street, New York City. 

3459. William Alexander McCorkle, B. L., Rockbridge Co., 
Va. : Lawyer : Charleston, W. Va. 

3460. ^William Green McAtee, Bracken Co., Ky. 

3461. Edward Williams McNeill, Hardy Co., W. Va. : Farmer : 
Old Fields, W. Va. 

3462. Frederick Nash Ogden, New Orleans, La.: Physician: New 
Orleans, La. 

3463. John William Ogden, New Orleans, La. 

3464. Nathaniel Palmer Pratt, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 3169) : 
Analytical Chemist: Atlanta, Ga. 

3465. George Anderson Robinson, B. L., Louisville, Ky.: (Bro- 
ther of 3254) : Honorary Scholarship, 1875 : Secretary and Treasurer Woollen 
Mills : President Commercial Club : Louisville, Ky. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 186 

3466. Thomas Hobbs Rainsford, Edgefield, S. C: Taylor Prize 
Scholarship, 1878: Planter: Trenton, S. C. 

3467. *Wll.lilAM Pierce Rinehart, Frankfort, W. Va. : Died August 
24, 1885. 

3468. Arch. Magili:. Robinson, A. B., Louisville, Ky.: (Brother of 
5465) : Louisville Woollen Mills : Louisville, Ky. 

3469. John Frederick Robertson, Charleston, S. C: Kobertson, 
Taylor & Co. : Charleston, S. C. 

3470. Horace Mays Rees, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Rockbridge 
Co., Va. 

3471. Harvey Lee Sellers, A. B., M. A., Lexington, Va. : (Brother 
of 3340) : Honorary Scholarship, 1874 : Instructor in Latin Washington and Lee 
University, 1877 : Assistant Professor Greek Washington and Lee University, 1878 : 
Instructor McDonogh School, Md. : Principal Ball High School, Galveston, Tex. 

3472. Ernest Steves, San Antonio, Tex. : San Antonio, Tex. 

3473. Rezin Davis Shepherd, Shepherdstown,W.Va.: Actor: Shep- 
herdstown, W. Va. 

3474. Absalom Sydenstricker, A. B., Lewisburg, W. Va. : Hon- 
orary Scholarship, 1876: Presbyterian Minister : Missionary: China. 

3475. *WlLLlAM J. Stedman, Marshall, Tex. 

3476. Louis X. Shanks, B. Li., Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 1439): 
Farmer: Orson, Col. 

3477. Samuel Shotwell Snyder, Greenbrier Co., W. Va. : Lawyer: 
Meadow Bluff, W. Va. 

3478. Lawrence Vest Stephens, Boonville, Mo.: Banker: Boon- 
ville. Mo. 

3479. Thomas Stanhope Tutwiler, C. E., B. L., Lexington, Va.: 
{Son of 1405) : Honorary Scholarship, 1876 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1877 : Civil 
Engineer: Sanford, Fla. 

3480. Owen Willis Thomas, Jr., Louisville, Ky.: Louisville, Ky. 

3481. William Urquhart, Greenville, Miss. : Clerk : Portsmouth, O. 

3482. William Alexander Wimbish, Griffin, Ga. : Editor: La 
Orange, Ga. 

3483. John StanYARN Wilson, Yorkville, S. C. : Lawyer : Spartan- 
burg, S. C. 

3484. George H. Whitney, Lexington, Ky. : Farmer : Lexington, Ky. 

3485. William Alexander Zollman, Lexington, Va. : Farmer: 
Indiana. 

3486. Henry Davidson Zollman, Lexington, Va. : Lexington, Va. 



1878-1879. 

3487. James Tazewell Akers, M. A., Ph. 1>. (1884), Floyd Co.,Va. : 
Honorary Scholarship, 1875 : Taylor Prize Scholarship, 1876 : Young Prize Schol- 
arship, 1878 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1879 : Cincinnati Oration, 1879 : Assistant 
Professor Modern Languages, English and Modern History Washington and Lee 

13 



186 Catalogue of Alumni. 

University, 1882: Howard Houston Fellowship, 1882: Professor English and 
Modern Languages Central University, Richmond, Ky. 

3488. Ed. "Winston Armistead, B. Ij., Halifax Co., Va. : Lawyer: 
Judge of Halifax Co.: Wolf Trap, Va. 

3489. Edwin K. Armentrout, Rockbridge Co., Va. 

3490. Joseph S. Brooks, B. Li., Paris, Ky. : Lawyer: Main and 5th 
Sts., Kansas City, Mo. 

3491. OCTAVIUS Locke Bate, Louisville, Ky.: Louisville, Ky. 

3492. James W. Beattie, Louisville, Ky. : Louisville, Ky. 

3493. Robert Bayi^oR Bi^edsoe, Alvarado, Tex. 

3494. Robert Fishburne Campbell, A. B., M. A., Lexington, Va. : 
(Son of 1170) : Robinson Prize Medal, 1878 : Santini Prize Medal, 1879 : Teacher : 
Augusta Co., Va. : Richmond, Va. : Presbyterian Minister : Millboro, Va. 

3495; James Preston Clark, Lexington, Va. ; Martin's Ferry, Ohio. 

3496. Kev. I. W. Canter, Lexington, Va. : Methodist Minister. 

3497. William Spenser Currell, B. P., A. B., M. A., Ph. L>. 
(1882), Yorkville, S. C. : Honorary Scholarship, 1876: Honorary Scholarship, 
1878 : Assistant in Modern Languages, English and Modern History Washing- 
ton and Lee University, 1879: Howard Houston Fellowship, 1880: Professor 
English and Political Economy Hampden Sidney College, Va., 1882: Professor 
English, Psychology, and Political Economy, Davidson College, N. C. 

3498. Daniel Howe Cecil, B. L., Wabash, Va. : Lawyer: Kansas 
City, Mo. 

3499. W. Hector Dulaney, A. B., Louisville, Ky. : Lawyer: Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

3500. *Charles W. Echard, B. li., Staunton, Va. : Lawyer: Coving- 
ton, Va. : Died 1883. 

3501. HentoN Gordon, B. L., Waverly, Mo. : Law Class Oration, 1879 : 
Lawyer : Kansas City, Mo. 

3502. John M. Glenn, M. A., Baltimore, Md. : Honorary Scholarship, 
1876: Robinson Prize Medal, 1879: Lawyer: Baltimore, Md. 

3503. Henry C. Getzendanner, B. L., Jefferson Co., W. Va. : 
Charlestown, W. Va. 

3504. William Stevens Hopkins, A. B., Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: 
Lexington, Va. 

3505. Edward Benjamin HollingS, Charleston, S. C. : Lawyer: 
Charleston, S. C. 

3506. Harry Hunt Hamill, Baltimore, Md. : Lawyer : Baltimore, Md. 

3507. Richard C. Hollyday, Jr., Easton, Md.: Lawyer: Balti- 
more, Md. 

3508. John Frank Johnston, Madisonville, Tenn. : Hardware : Hills- 
boro, Tex. 

3509. Charles Emory Kregloe, Lexington, Va. : Teacher : Harrison- 
burg, Va. : Principal Graded Public School : Lexington, Va. 

3510. William J. Kingsbury, B. L., San Antonio, Tex.: Lawyer: 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

3511. ^William Clarence LiYNCH, Leesburg, Va. : Drowned in North 
River, Christmas Day, 1878, in the effort to save a comrade. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 187 

3512. Alfred W. Marshaix, B. Ij., Scott Co., Ky. : Lawyer : Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 

3513. WHHLIAM McCiiANAHAN M11.I.ER, A. B., Christiansburg, Va. : 
(Son of 1307) : Presbyterian Minister: Frankford, W. Va. 

3514. H. Kent McCay, Baltimore, Md. : Electric Engineer : Birmingham, 
Ala. 

3515. CHARliES Christian McCliUER, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Brother 
of 3159) : Teacher : Farmer : Cherokee, Tex. 

3516. Wii^LiAM Bettinger McCliUER, A. B., Rockbridge Co., Va.: 
(Brother of 3515) : 123 La Salle Street, Chicago, 111. 

3517. William M. McElwee, Jr., Louisville, Ky. : With Robinson 
Brothers & Co., Louisville, Ky. 

3518. Hunter McDonald, Louisville, Ky. : (Brother of 3242) : Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

3519. N. O. McMakin, Bloomfield, Ky. 

3520. William Edwin Neblett, B. L<., Lunenburg Co., Va.: Law- 
yer: Whittle's Mills, Va. 

3521. Edwin O. Nelson, Macon, Ga. : Macon, Ga. 

3522. William T. Oppenhimer, Richmond, Va. : Physician: Adjunct 
Professor Surgery, Medical College of Virginia : Richmond, Va. 

3523. George Junkin Preston, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Son of 
827) : Physician: Editor Maryland Medical Journal: Baltimore, Md. 

3524. *James Douglas Paxton, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 1006). 

3525. George J. Patton, Prince William Co., Va. 

3526. Edward Randall, Jr., Galveston, Tex. : Studied at Berlin and 
Vienna : Physician : Galveston, Tex. 

3527. CelAlRLES Walton Smith, A. B., B. Li., El Dorado, Ark.: 
Lawyer : Editor : Circuit Judge : El Dorado, Ark. 

3528. Joseph Sidney Saville, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Deputy Sheriff: 
Superintendent Public Schools Rockbridge Co. : Lexington, Va. 

3529. George Augustus Sykes, A. B., Louisville, Ky. : Louis- 
ville, Ky.' 

3530. Thomas O. Smith, Birmingham, Ala. : Merchant : Birmingham, Ala. 

3531. Thomas Talbird, B. Li., Beaufort, S. C : Lawyer: Beaufort, S. C. 

3532. Charles Vallee Taylor, Russellville, Tenn. : Salesman : Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 

3533. John Russell Tyson, B. Ij., Haynesville, Ala. : Lawyer : Mem- 
ber of Legislature : Montgomery, Ala. 

3534. William C Wells, B. Li., Suffolk, Va.: Lawyer: Baltimore, 
Md. : Lynchburg, Va. 

3535. Eli Alston Wilkes, Chester, S. C. : Chester, S. C. 

3536. Edward M. Woodall, Nashville, Tenn. : Lawyer : Deputy Clerk: 
Nashville, Tenn. 

1879-1880. 

3537. William Howard Barton, A. B., Lexington, Va.: Physician: 
Hanover Co. 

3538. John C. Bullitt, Louisville, Ky. : Lawyer : St. Paul, Minn. 



188 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3539. Helm Bruce, A. B., Louisville, Ky. : Young and Taylor Prize 
Scholarships, 1879 : Lawyer : Louisville, Ky. 

3540. Robert E. Corky, B. Li., Lenoir's, Tenn. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1877: Lawyer: Livingston, Tex. 

3541. Charles M. Cooke, B. Li., Sweetwater, Tenn.: Lawyer: Fort 
Smith, Ark. 

3542. William Douglass Carter, B. L., Louisville, Ky.: Superin- 
tendent Bibb Iron Works : Furnace P. O., Ala. 

3543. Thomas Jefferson Stuart Coiner, Augusta Co., Ya. 

3544. ^William Price Craighill, Jefferson Co., W. Ya. 

3545. Wallace Cumming, Savannah, Ga. : Clerk in Sugar Exporting 
House, Manilla, Philippine Islands. 

3546. Harry Magruder Dickinson, New York City: Insurance 
Agent : New York City. 

3547. Edward B. £ells, St. Alban's, W. Ya. 

3548. George W. Faison, Jr., Faisonia, Miss.: Faisonia, Miss. 

3549. Walter Shelby Forrester, Louisville, Ky. : Louisville, Ky. 

3550. John Baltzell Fulkerson, Lee Co., Ya. : Lawyer : Rose Hill, Ya. 

3551. Albert Winston Gaines, A. B., B. L., Burlington, Ky. :' 
Honorary Scholarship, 1878 : Valedictorian, 1879 : Lawyer: Lawrenceburg, Ind. : 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

3552. Edward Lacy Graham, Lexington, Ya. : (Son of 1296) : Mer- 
chant : Lexington, Ya. 

3553. John H. Hamilton, B. Sc, A. B., C. E., M. A., Augusta 
Co., Ya. : Honorary Scholarship, 1877 : University Prize Oration, 1879 : Cincin- 
nati Oration, 1880 : Santini Prize Medal, 1880 : Lawyer : New York City : Hull, 
Iowa.: Kearney, Nebr. 

3554. John Douglass Hopkins, Savannah, Ga. 

3555. James Reid Jordan, A. B., Lexington, Ya.: (Son of 509) : 
Physician : Montgomery, Ala. 

3556. *Lewis Fleming Johnson, McKinney, Tex. 

3557. James Walker Kjennedy, B. L., Augusta Co., Ya.": Lawyer: 
Charleston, W. Ya. 

3558. *Alfred Caruthers Leyburn, Lexington, Ya. : (Son of 1350). 

3559. Edmund DE Montel, B. L., Castroville, Tex.: Lawyer: San 
Antonio, Tex. 

3560. Joseph Johnston Minter, San Antonio, Tex. : San Antonio, Tex. 

3561. Justus A. Muller, B. L., Lexington, S. C. : Lawyer : Lexington, 
S.C. 

3562. Robert Hugh Martin, Woodstock, Ya.: Teacher: Editor: Wood- 
stock, Ya. 

3563. Edgar Doak Moore, Rockbridge Co., Ya. : Farmer : Lexington, Ya. 

3564. ■* James Crawford Mc Clung, Rockbridge Co.,Ya. : Presbyterian 
Minister: Pendleton Co., W. Ya. : Gordonsville, Ya. : Died March 14, 1885. 

3565. Charles Edward McLin, Sweetwater, Tenn. : Foreman in Cotton 
Factory : Rome, Ga. 

3566. *Ad AM McChesney, Augusta Co., Ya. : Farmer: Died April, 1885. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 189^ 

3567. James Aiii^EN McCorkle, Eockbridge Co.,Va. 

3568. K. Howard McCoRKliE, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Manager of Stock 
Farm : Lexington, Ky. 

3569. John Gai^latin Paxton, B. Li., Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1312) 
Lawyer: Independence, Mo. 

3570. AiLEXANDER GAliiiATiN Paxton, B. L., Greenville, Miss. 
(Son of 959) : Lawyer : Greenville, Miss. 

3571. *Wii.i.iAM Franklin Paxton, Greenville, Miss. : (Son of 959) 
Died July 14, 1884. 

3572. E. Frank Paxton, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1312) : Farmer 
Cherokee, Tex. 

3573. John "William Ruf F, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1110) : Hardware 
Business : Richmond, Va. 

3574. Fielding Glass Smith, Rome, Ga. : Captain of Steamer: 
Rome, Ga. 

3575. Edward Strickland, Lawrenceville, Ga. : Rome, Ga. 

3576. William T. Shields, Richmond, Va. : Lawyer: J^exington, Va. 

3577. Charles Eugene Sullitan, Washington Co., Va. : Teacher : 
Theological Student : Glade Spring, Va. 

3578. George H. Taylor, B. Ij., Staunton, Va. : Lawyer: Coving- 
ton, Va. 

3579. Charles Watson Turner, Isle of Wight Co., Va. : Fergusson's 
Wharf, Va. 

3580. James Eppes Turner, Isle of Wight Co., Va.: Fergusson's 
Wharf, Va. 

3581. William Montgomery Wilson, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer: 
Rockbridge Baths, Va. 

1880-1881. 

3582. Ambrose H. Burroughs, B. L., Leesville, Va.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1879 : Lawyer : City Attorney : Lynchburg, Va. 

3583. John Woods Barclay, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1069) : Mer- 
chant: Collierstown, Va. 

3584. Frank Hubbard Bowman, Harrisonburg, Va. : Stock Farmer : 
Gainesville, Tex. 

3585. James Andrew Corry, B. li.. Union Co., S. C. : Lawyer : Gaff- 
ney City P. O., S. C. 

3586. William Kinkead Carlisle, B. L/., Covington, Ky. : Lawyer : 
Wiqhita, Kan. 

3587. Kearsley Carter, Louisville, Ky. : Bibb Iron Works : Furnace 
P. O., Ala. 

, 3588. Frank LiINSLEY Carter, Bryan, O. : Druggist : Bryan, O. 

3589. liEE Scott Christian, Augusta Co., Va. : (Son of 1542) : Farmer : 
Mint Spring, Va. 

3590. William LiEE Oolly, Lexington, Va.: Methodist Minister: 
Greenville, Va. 



190 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3591. Albert John Dufour, B. Ij., New Orleans, La.: Lawyer: 
New Orleans; La. 

3592. Joseph Martin Dickson, B. Li., Hickory, Pa.: Lawyer: Hick- 
ory, Pa. 

3593. W11.I.IAM Thomas Ewing, Augusta Co., Va.: (Son of 1457): 
Farmer : Weyer's Cave, Va. 

3594. James Henry Forsythe, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : Rock- 
bridge Co., Va. 

3595. !Edwari> I>. G. Field, Bedford Co., Va. : R. & A. Railroad: 
Lynchburg, Va. 

3596. Thomas Godwin Figgat, Lexington, Va. : Machine Shops: 
Roanoke, Va. 

3597. Samuel Jordan Graham, l^exington, Va.: (Son of 1296): 
Teacher : Abbeville, S. C. : Lawyer : Editor : Lexington, Va. 

3598. Fdward Miles Gadsden, B. Ij., Charleston, S. C: Lawyer: 
Atlanta, Ga. : Post Office Department, Washington, D. C. 

3599. Joel W. W. Goldsby, Mobile, Ala.: Lawyer: Mobile, Ala. 

3600. George Edward Gullion, Emerson, Mo.: Farmer: Emer- 
son, Mo. 

3601. Claude Gibson Higgins, Lexington, Ky.: Stock Farmer: Lex- 
ington, Ky. 

3602. Proctor Hughes Huling, Lampasas, Tex. : Lampasas, Tex. 

3603. I>ANIEL Penick Junkin, a. B., Rockbridge Co., Va. : Houston, 
Tex. : Presbyterian Missionary : Kochi, Japan. 

3604. Joseph Emmet Johnson, McKinney, Tex.: Druggist: McKin- 
ney, Tex. 

3605. Merrill Willis Johnson, McKinney, Tex.: Lawyer: McKin- 
ney, Tex. 

3606. James Kelly, Lexington, Va. 

3607. ^Williams Carter Liee, A. B., Powhatan Co., Va. : Lawyer: 
Rocky Mount, Va. : Died June 26, 1882. 

3608. William G. Montgomery, Lewisburg, W. Va. : Civil Engineer : 
Birmingham, Ala. 

3609. Edwards Gray McIjEAN, B. L., San Francisco, Cal.: Law 
Class Oration, 1881: Lawyer: Merced, Cal. 

3610. Julians William Parks, Ouachita City, La. : Planter : Ouachita 
City, La. 

3611. Levi Pearce, A. B., Belize, C. A. : Taylor Prize Scholarship, 1880 : 
Valedictorian, 1881 : Belize, British Honduras, C. A. 

3612. Edwin Alberti Pratt, Louisville, Ky. : Lawyer : Louisville, Ky. 

3613. James Carroll Rainsford, A. B., B. L., M. A., Edgefield, 
S. C. : Honorary Scholarship, 1877 : Lawyer : Edgefield, S. C. 

3614. Andrew T. M. Seat, Lexington, Va.: Goliad, Tex. 

3615. Calvin T'rent Seebert, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer : Lexing- 
ton, Va. 

3616. George Philip Scratchley, New Orleans, La.: (Brother of 
3401) : White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 



Catalogue or Alumni. 191 

3617. James Cilark Taylor, Jr., Haynesville, La.: Haynesville, La. 

3618. Thomas Taylor, Haynesville, La. : (Brother of 3617): Haynes- 
ville, La. 

3619. Henry Albert Watkins, B. Ij., Kio, Ky.: Lawyer: Munford- 
yille, Ky. 

3620. Don Pedro Wysong, Stewartsville, Va. : Lawyer : Sterling, Kan. 

3621. Benjamin ZoLLMAN, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Farmer: Rockbridge, 
Co., Va. 

1881-1882. 

3622. Stonewall J. Bain, Portsmouth, Va. : Clerk : Norfolk, Va. 

3623. Thomas Barrett, B. Li., Augusta, Ga. : Manufacturer: Mer- 
chant : Augusta, Ga. 

3624. *Henry Clay Brownfield, C. E., Athens, La. : Young Prize 
Scholarship, 1881 : Valedictorian, 1882 : Teacher: Homer, La. : Died September, 
1885. 

3625. Orsamus Allan Bowen, Jr., Sherman, Tex.: Stock Farmer: 
Pendleton, S. C. 

3626. Walter Corbett Buckley, Alexandria Co., Va. : Physician : 
Arlington, Va. 

3627. Christopher Columbus Baldwin, Waterbury, Md. 

3628. KiCHARD Baldwin, Waterbury, Md. : (Brother of 3627). 

3629. George Leese Bitzer, Winchester, Va. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Port Defiance, Va. 

3630. Jack Wickliffe Bradley, B. Ij., Georgetown, Ky. : Law 
Class Oration, 1882 : Lawyer : Cincinnati, O. 

3631. Stuart Buford, Bufordsville, Va. 

3632. Harry Donald Campbell, M. A., Ph. I>. (1885) : Lexing- 
ton, Va.: (Son of 1170): Cincinnati Oration, 1882: Santini Prize Medal, 1882: 
Instructor Chemistry and Geology Washington and Lee University, 1882: Assis- 
tant Professor Chemistry and Geology Washington and Lee University, 1884 : 
Howard Houston Fellowship, 1884: ^Studied in Berlin and Heidelberg, 1886-88 : 
Elected Professor Chemistry and Geology Central University, Kentucky, 1887 : 
Professor Biology and Geology Washington and Lee University, 1888. 

3633. Joseph Elmore Cockrell, A. B., M. A., B. Ij., Sherman, 
Tex.: Honorary Scholarship, 1879: Young Prize Scholarship, 1880: Cincinnati 
Oration, 1881 : Kobinson Prize Medal, 1881 : Lawyer: Abilene, Tex. 

3634. Ljilbon Logan Carlisle, B. !L., Covington, Ky. : Lawyer: 
Wichita, Kan. 

3635. George McChesney Craig, Augusta Co., Va. : Farmer : Mount 
Meridian, Va. 

3636. liEVl Cassell, Wheeling, W. Va. 

3637. Robert Ethan Frierson, Anderson, S. C. : Salesman : Ander- 
son, S. C. 

3638. Fred. 1>. Fisher, Wheeling, W. Va. 

3639. Howe Peyton Gray, B. iJ., Harrisonburg, Va. : Lawyer: Har- 
xisonburg, Va. 



192 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3640. "WlIiiLIAM Pitt Gunn, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : Mississippi. 

3641. John Breckinridge Goode, Norfolk, Va.: Lawyer: Depart- 
ment of Justice, Washington, D. C. 

3642. George Washington Gii.i.aspie, Bedford Co., Va. : Music 
Teacher : Big Island, Va. 

3643. Frank Jonah Grayum, Mooreville, Tex.: Farmer: Moore- 
ville, Tex. 

3644. W11.1.1AM: Burnett Tempi^e Harris, B. L., Lexington, Va. : 
(Brother of 3308): Lawyer: Real Estate Agent : Lynchburg, Va. : Sioux City, Iowa. 

3645. Datid J ANNE Y HoWElLt, Charlestown, W. Va. : Civil Engineer ; 
Charlestown, W. Va. 

'3646. ^George !Ebenezer Junkin, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Taylor Prize 
Scholarship, 1881 : Died September, 1882. 

3647. Charges Edward Kemper, B. L,, Harrisonburg, Va. : Law- 
yer: Philippi, W. Va. : Staunton, Va. 

3648. William Chaffee Lamb,- Norfolk, Va. : Manufacturer : Nor- 
folk, Va. 

3649. John Rutherford LiAND, Shreveport, La.: Lawyer: Shreve- 
port. La. 

3650. Thomas Willis LiAckland, Jefferson Co., W. Va. 

3651. Glover Moore, A. B., M. A., Prairieville, Tex.: Honorary 
Scholarship, 1879: Honorary Scholarship, 1880: Valedictorian, 1880: Santini 
Prize Medal, 1881 : Teacher : Lawyer : Kaufman, Tex. 

3652. Charles Ezra Marvin, C. E., A. B., Georgetown, Ky. : Civil 
Engineer : Superintendent's Office L. & N. R. R., Henderson, Ky. 

3653. KOBERT E. Lee Mountcastle, A. B., Mossy Creek, Tenn. t 
Young Prize Scholarship, 1882: Mossy Creek, Tenn. 

3654. Kev. Francis P. Mullally, D. D., Lexington, Va.: Presby- 
terian Minister : President Adger College, S. C. : Anderson Co., S. C. 

3655. John B. Adger Mullally, Lexington, Va.: (Son of 3654): 
Assistant Professor Mathematics, Adger College, S. C. : Lawyer : New York City. 

3656. Lane Mullally, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 3654) : Medical Student : 
Charleston, S. C. 

3657. John B. Morris, Shreveport, La.: Druggist: Shreveport, La. 

3658. James William Morrison, Jr., Staunton, Va. : Druggist: 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

3659. Silas Johnston McCaughrin, Newberry, S. C. : Newberry, S. C. 

3660. Alvin Dade McCorkle, B. L., Rockbridge Co., Va. : Lawyer : 
Real Estate Agent: Charleston, W.Va, : Kansas City, Mo. 

3661. Charles Henry Osterberger, St. Gabriel, La. : Lawyer: 33 
Carondelet St., New Orleans, La. 

3662. Charles Porterfield, A. B., Charlestown, W. Va. : Lawyer: 
St. Paul, Minn. 

3663. Philip Burrus Powell, Yazoo City, Miss. : Merchant : Yazoo 
City, Miss. 

3664. Arthur William Pratt, Atlanta, Ga. : (Brother of 3464) : 
Superintendent and Chemist Atlanta Guano Company, East Point, Ga. 

3665. James L. Sibley, Augusta, Ga. : Farmer : Milledgeville, Ga. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 193 

3666. "Wii.liam: "White Sproul, Augusta Co., Va. : (Son of 1495) : 
Farmer : Middlebrook, Va. 

3667. John Ai.exani)ER Towers, Anderson, S. C. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1881 : Graduate U. S. Military Academy : Lieutenant U. S. A. 

3668. I>AVis Letcher Ward, Eockbridge Co.,Va. : Kockbridge Co.,Va. 

3669. Charles Cooper Wii^SON, B. L., Fort Meade, Fla.: Lawyer: 
Fort Meade, Fla. 

3670. Edward Bosie Woodward, B. L., Montmorenci, S. C. : 
Lawyer : Aiken, S. C. 

1882-1883. 

3671. Albert HUI.BERT AFFORD, Dallas, Tex. : Book-keeper : National 
Bank: Fort Worth, Tex. 

3672. *QuiNN Thompson Bugg, A. B., Homer, La. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1881 : Valedictorian, 1883 : Studied in Berlin and Paris, 1886-87 : Teacher : 
Shreveport, La. 

3673. James Edwin Bear, Churchville, Va. : Presbyterian Minister : 
Glenville, W. Va. : Missionary : China. 

3674. William Mofeett Black, Augusta Co., Va. : Stuart's Draft, Va. 

3675. William Spencer Campbell, A. B., B. P., Manchester, 
Va. : (Son of 1480) : James Wilson Scholarship, 1882: Presbyterian Minister: 
Gloucester Court House, Va. 

3676. William Arthur Cela.rters, B. L., Richmond, Va. : Young 
Prize Scholarship, 1883: Lawyer: Dahlonega, Ga. 

3677. Walter Coleman, Houston, Tex. : Houston, Tex. 
3778. CuSTis Lee Cox, Loudoun Co., Va. : Umatilla, Oregon. 

3679. Frank Linten Chase, Louisville, Ky. : Cashier L. N. A. & C. 
R. R. : Louisville, Ky. 

3680. Daniel Simpson Chessher, Jr., Georgetown, Tex. : George- 
town, Tex. 

3681. Benjamin Franklin Cockrill, Nashville, Tenn. : Book- 
keeper : Nashville, Tenn. 

3682. Edward Cason I>ay, A. B., B. L., Cynthiana, Ky.: Univer- 
sity Prize Oration, 1880 : Law Class Oration, 1883 : Lawyer : Cincinnati, O. : St. 
Paul, Minn. 

3683. Clarence Farnsworth Dickson, Greenbrier Co., W. Va. : 
Hotel Proprietor : Ronceverte, W. Va. 

3684. Clifford Cabell Dunn, Alexandria, Va. : Civil Engineer : 
Marshallton, Del. : North Carolina. 

3685. ^George W. Egan, Charleston, S. C. 

3686. Henry Delaware Flood, Appomattox Co., Va. : Lawyer: 
Member Virginia House of Delegates, 1887 : Appomattox C. H., Va. 

3687. James Birch Frost, Plattsburg, Mo. : Plattsburg, Mo. • 

3688. Arch. Woods Houston, Salem, Va. : (Son of 1664) : With George 
Kinsey, Iron and Steel Works : Cincinnati, Ohio. 

3689. Nathaniel Burwell Hay, Lexington, Va. : Richmond, Va. : 
St. Paul, Minn. 



194 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3690. John Cilinton Hamilton, Shreveport, La.: Manufacturer: 
Shreveport, La. 

3691. AiiFRED Hampton, Columbia, S. C: Civil Engineer: Zacatecas, 
Mexico. 

3692. Joseph Hii.ry Humphries, Barlow, Fla. : Lawyer: Barlow, Fla. 

3693. Edgar Hinds Hanna, B. Li., Oxford, Ala.: Lawyer: Mayor of 
Oxford : Oxford, Ala. 

3694. James Mai^cOLM Harris, B. IJ., Manor, Tex. : Lawyer : Manor, 
Tex. 

3695. WoRSHAM HuDGINS, Hampton, Va. : Hampton, Va. 

3696. John Turner Ireland, Paris, Ky. : Merchant : Paris, Ky. 

3697. Harry Morrison Jackman, Lock Haven, Pa. 

3698. Joseph Floyd Johnson, Grafton, W. Va.: Lawyer: Grafton, 
W. Va. 

3699. Samuel Hamilton Jordan, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Railroading, 
Clayton, Ala. 

3700. Harry Kelly, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 3606): Honorary 
Scholarship, 1878 : Honorary Scholarship, 1880: James Wilson Scholarship, 1881 : 
Farmer: Teacher: Texas. 

3701. F. Sydnor Kirkpatrick, B. L., Lynchburg, Va.: (Son of 
1348): Lawyer: Mannheimer Block, St. Paul, Minn. 

3702. James G. Meadors, A. B., Homer, La. : Honorary Scholarship, 
1879: Honorary Scholarship, 1880: Santini Prize Medal, 1883: Teacher: 
Homer, La. 

3703. John TVilliam Megibben, Cynthiana, Ky. : Cynthiana, Ky. 

3704. Hugh Brock McCluer, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Brother of 3515) : 
Farmer: Summers, Va. 

3705. Walter Lee Northcutt, Cynthiana, Ky. : Merchant : Cynthi- 
ana, Ky. 

3706. liAMARTINE HouCHENS Paul, Augusta Co., Va. : Presbyterian 
Minister : Pendleton Co., W. Va. 

3707. Jesse IjEE Porter, Kansas City, Mo. : Capitalist : Kansas City, Mo. 

3708. Robert Glasgow Paxton, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 932) : 
Graduate U. S. Military Academy, 1887 : Lieutenant U. S. A. 

3709. KuFUS Choate Porter, Caldwell, Tex. : Caldwell, Tex. 

3710. George Willis Robinson, Bayou La Chute, La.: (Brother of 
3334) : Planter : Bayou La Chute, La. 

3711. FiTZ Edward Ripley, Mobile, Ala. : Book-keeper : Palestine, Tex. 

3712. Armand Julius Rittershouse, Lexington, Va. : Kansas City, 
Mo. 

3713. Arthur LjEE Robinson, Louisville, Ky. : (Brother of 3468): 
With R. A. Robinson & Co. : Louisville, Ky. 

3714. Samuel Clark Red, Austin, Tex.: Austin, Tex. 

3715. I>ANiEL Webster Reynolds, Marietta, O. 

3716. John Lewis Rowan, Monroe Co., W. Va.: Commonwealth's 
Attorney : Lawyer : Abingdon, Va. 

3717. Harry Peter Scratchley, New Orleans, La.: (Brother of 
3616) : Instructor Mathematics Kemper Hall : Davenport, Iowa. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 195 

3718. *Ben J AMiN Harrison Smith, Charleston, W.Va. : (Son of 1440) : 
Died May 18, 1887. 

3719. Hamilton Couper Stii.es, Cartersville, Ga. : Cartersville, Ga. 

3720. David Benton Snyder, B. Lj., Marksville, Va. : Lawyer: 
Luray, Va. 

3721. AI.EXANDER Stuart Walker, Jr., Austin, Tex. : Austin, Tex. 

3722. Frank Reynolds Walker, B. Li., Atlanta, Ga. : Lawyer: 
Atlanta, Ga. 

3723. Jacob IjEE Walz, Lexington, Va. : Clerk : Baltimore, Md. 

3724. George William Warren, Monroe Co., W. Va. : Lawyer : Hin- 
ton, W. Va. 

3725. William James Wilkinson, B. Ij., Hillsville, Va.: Lawyer: 
Hillsville, Va. 

3726. Thomas Lee Wilson, B. L., Fort Meade, Fla. : Lawyer: Fort 
Meade, Fla. 

1883-1884. 

3727. William McFaddin Alexander, Beaumont, Tex. : Presby- 
terian Minister : Beaumont, Tex. 

3728. George Burgwin Anderson, Washington, D. C. : Lawyer: 
Louisville, Ky. 

3729. Walter HoBBS Ashley, B. Li., Aiken, S.C.: Lawyer: Aiken, S.C. 

3730. Humphrey Keyes Ambler, Charlestown, W. Va. 

3731. Thomas Sitlington Armentrout, Eichlands, W. Va. : Pres- 
byterian Minister : Berlin, Md. 

3732. Perrin Washington Barton, Lexington, Va. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1881 : Memphis, Tenn. 

3733. Edward Ware Barrett, Augusta, Ga. : Correspondent Atlanta 
Constitution, Washington, D. C. 

3734. Samuel Ott Boyce, Wheeling, W. Va. 

3735. Clement Stevens Bissell, Charleston, S. C. : University Prize 
Oration, 1884 : Lawyer : Charleston, S. C. 

3736. Robert Preston Bowyer, Botetourt Co., Va. : (Son of 698) : 
Tobacco Business : Lynchburg, Va. 

3737. James Curtis Ballagh, Brownsburg, Va. 

3738. William Lindsay Bickham, Dallas, Tex. 

3739. Waldo Given Bradley, Lexington, Va. : Lexington, Va. 

3740. Silvester White Brandom, B. L., Edinburg, Mo. 

3741. Benjamin Taylor Brock, Trenton, Ga. 

3742. Wallace Forloine Brown, Eichmond, Va. 

3743. James William Campbell, B. L., Kockbridge Co., Va. : 
Lawyer : Eichmond, Va. : Eeal Estate Agent : Sioux City, Iowa. 

3744. Matthew Hume Clay, Paris, Ky.: Lumber Business: Win- 
chester, Ky. 

3745. William Bullitt I>ixon, B. L., Henderson, Ky.: Lawyer: 
Louisville, Ky. 

3746. William Marion Frwin, Des Arc, Ark. 



196 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3747. Richard Godson, B. li,, Midway, Ky. 

3748. Edwin F. Gaston, Dallas, Tex. 

3749. David Harris Goodwin, Frederick's Hall, Va. : Farmer. 

3750. *IiiviNGSTON Waddei.1, Houston, Salem, Va. : (Son of 1664) : 
Honorary Scholarship, 1884: Cincinnati, Ohio: Died July, 1886. 

3751. Hubert Todd Houston, Monroe Co., W. Va. : Lawyer: Union, 
W. Va. 

3752. Henry Gaines Hawn, Knoxville, Tenn. 

3753. MAI.COLM Johnston, B. L., Harrisonburg, Va.: (Son of 1046): 
Lawyer: Baltimore, Md. 

3754. BoBERT LiEE Jones, Clarke Co., Va. 

3755. Thomas Stonewai^i. Kyle, Gadsden, Ala. : Secretary and Treas- 
urer Kyle Lumber Co. : Gadsden, Ala. 

3756. George Taylor LiEE, B. Li., Powhatan Co., Va. : Lawyer: 
Lonoke, Ark. 

3757. John Burkhai^ter Lanier, Cold Springs, S. C. 

3758. Albert Dudley Lipscomb, Crockett, Tex. 

3759. Samuel Dickinson LiTTLEP AGE, Charleston, W. Va. : Lawyer: 
Charleston, W. Va. 

3760. James Bryarly Lovett, Winchester, Va. 

3761. John Thomas Megibben, Cynthiana, Ky.: Cynthiana, Ky. 

3762. Clarence Wainwright Murphy, Salisbury, N. C. : Salisbury^ 
N. C. 

3763. Harry Moffett McChesney, Charleston, W. Va.: (Son of 
1355) : Camden Consolidated Oil Co. : Parkersburg, W. Va. 

3764. Gordon O'Beirn, B. L., Lewisburg, W. Va. : Lawyer: Hunting- 
ton, W. Va. 

3765. Herbert Bush Preston, A. B., B. L., Lexington, Va. : 
(Son of 827) : Lawyer: B. & O. R. R. Law Office: Baltimore, Md. 

3766. William Caruthers Preston, A. B., B. Ij., Richmond, 
Va. : (Son of 1556) : Hamilton Law Scholarship, 1882 : Lawyer : Richmond, Va, 

3767. Thomas Jefferson Parker, Bartow, Fla. 

3768. Albert Louis Pittman, Columbia, Miss. 

3769. Guy Sherwood Raymond, Washington, Miss.: (Son of 1807) : 
Teacher: Lawyer: Natchez, Miss. 

3770. William Alexander Ross, Lexington, Va. : Civil Engineer : 
Lexington, Va. 

3771. Frank McGregor Roane, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

3772. Joseph Alexander Steele, B. L,, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 
1315) : Lawyer : Lexington, Va. : Kansas City, Mo. 

3773. Chapman Johnson Sehorn, B. L., Rockbridge Co., Va. : Law- 
yer: Lynchburg, Va. 

3774. Alexander Quarrier Smith, Charleston, W. Va. : (Son of 
1440) : Charleston, W. Va. 

3775. Haviland Stephenson, B. Li., Aiken, S. C. : Law Class Oration, 
1884 : Lawyer : Aiken, S. C. 

3776. Harry Brooks Smith, Charleston, W. Va.: (Son of 1440): 
Lawyer : Charleston, W. Va. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 197 

3777. John SYliVESTER Stewart, Houston, Tex. : Houston, Tex. 

3778. James Lee Shawhan, Cynthiana, Ky. 

3779. Robert J. Showeli., St. Martin's, Md.: Farmer: St. Martin's, Md. 

3780. James Davis Slater, B. L., La Grande, Oregon : Lawyer. 
378L GusTAVUS St. J. Sudduth, Winchester, Va. 

3782. *JoHN Overton Tate, Fayette, Miss.: Died January 6, 1885. 

3783. Harry Franklin Turner, North Middletown, Ky. 

3784. KOBERT John Tuttle, Shorters, Ala. 

3785. Andrew Henry Wootters, Crockett, Tex. : Merchant : Crock- 
ett, Tex. 

3786. Lewis Walke, Earleville, Md. 

3787. Stewart William Wilson Walker, Martinsburg, W. Va. 



1884-1885. 

3788. James McClintock Allen, A.B., Paris, Ky.': Teacher: Port 
Gibson, Miss. 

3789. Eugene Lemuel Alford, Dallas, Tex. 

3790. William Kichardson Ashby, Baltimore, Md.: (Brother of 
2488) : Publisher : Baltimore, Md. 

3791. Ira Mellville Becker, Reading, Pa. : Lawyer : Reading, Pa. 

3792. Cyrus Givens Brown, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Theological Student. 

3793. John Hensel Bader, Rockingham Co., Va. : Teacher : Elkton, Va. : 
Principal of City Schools, Staunton, Va. 

3794. Eugene Kussell Carichoff, M. A., Highland Co., Va. : F. 
O. French Prize Scholarship, 1881 : F. O. French Prize Scholarship, 1882: In- 
structor in Mathematics Washington and Lee University, 1882 : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1884: Robinson Prize Medal, 1885: Professor Latin Central Uni- 
versity, Richmond, Ky. 

3795. William Alonzo Carter, B. L., Columbus, Ga. : Hamilton 
Law Scholarship, 1884. 

3796. Addis Emmett Chalmers, Smithfield, Va. 

3797. John Frank Clay, Paris, Ky. : Bank Officer : Richmond, Ky. 

3798. Deaderick Harrell Cantrell, Little Rock, Ark. 

3799. Sidney Johnston Dudley, B. L., West Point, Va.: Lawyer: 
Martinsburg, \V. Va. 

3800. Taylor Mitchell Estes, Lebanon, Ky. 

3801. William Franklin Faison, Fayetteville, N. C. 

3802. John Wood Fishburne, Charlottesville, Va. : (Son of 1519). 

3803. Charles 1>AVID Gilkeson, Augusta Co., Va.: Teacher: Port 
Gibson, Miss. 

3804. George Hines Gorman, B. L., Raleigh, N. C. : Santini Prize 
Medal, 1885 : Lawyer : Norfolk, Va. 

3805. Thomas IjUTHER Gladden, Mount Crawford, Va. 

3806. Kalph David Gunn, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher. 

3807. Madison Haden Haythe, B. L., Lynchburg, Va. : Law Clafis 
Oration, 1885 : Lawyer : Lynchburg, Va. 



198 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3808. Duncan Clinch Heyward, Charleston, S. C. : Planter : White 
Hall, S. C. 

3809. WlliLlAM EvERAKD HAMILTON, Jr., Shreveport, La. 

3810. Charles Bosley Harris, B. Li., Uniontown, Ky. : Lawyer: 
Evansville, Ind. 

3811. Charles Andrews Jones, Clarke Co., Va. 

3812. James Kimbrough Jones, Jr., Washington, Ark. 

3813. RicblAlRD Stevenson Ker, Staunton, Va.: Teacher: Botetourt Co. 

3814. Edwin Washington Kaminski, Georgetown, S. C. 

3815. William Henry Miley, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Theological 
Student. 

3816. *David JLeroy Moody, B. Li., Galveston, Tex. : Lawyer: Tyler, 
Tex.: Died October, 18, 1886. 

3817. George Holman Myers, Kockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 1703) : 
Lawyer : Huntington, W. Va. 

3818. Thomas E. McCorkle, B. L., Lexington, Va. : Rockbridge 
Artillery C. S. A.: Lawyer: Lexington, Va. 

3819. Hugh White McCrum, Lexington, Va. : Druggist: Lexing- 
ton, Va. 

3820. Robert Edward L<ee McNeer, Union, W. Va. 

3821. Charles Franklin Nelson, B. L*., Staunton, Va.: (Son of 
1470) : Taylor Prize Scholarship, 1882 : Civil Engineer Richmond, Ky. : Law- 
yer : Staunton, Va. 

3822. John Madison Oliver, Wesson, Miss. : Wesson, Miss. 

3823. I>AVID Frederick Peebles, Charlestown, W. Va. : Lawyer : 
Charlestown, W. Va. : St. Paul, Minn. 

3824. liOUlS Weston Powell, New Madrid, Mo. : New Madrid, Mo. 

3825. KUCKER Penn, Patrick Co., Va. 

3826. Amos Kiley Phillips, New Madrid, Mo. 

3827. Charles Henry Page, Richmond, Va. 

3828. Silas Clifton Paul, Millersburg, Ky. : Millersburg, Ky. 

3829. I>AVID McCoRD Pelelps, Richmond, Ky. : Farmer: Richmond, Ky. 

3830. Isaac Portervint Robinson, Bayou La Chute, La. : (Brother 
of 3710) : Publisher : Baltimore, Md. 

3831. David Kisley, Georgetown, S. C. 

3832. EraSTUS Colon Root, Lexington, Va. : Baptist Minister : Lexing- 
ton, Va. 

3833. Lauriston Alexander Sale, A. B., Liberty, Va. : (Son of 
1611) : Teacher Hanover Academy: Taylorsville, Va. 

3834. Nelson Sale, B. Li., Liberty, Va.: (Son of 1611): Lawyer: Lib- 
erty, Va. 

3835. John William Selph, Smithfield, Ky. : Honorary Scholarship, 1884. 

3836. Edwin A. Sturgis, Jr., Waco, Tex. : Insurance Business : 
Waco, Tex. 

3837. 1>AVID William Shanks, Jr., Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1439) : 
Cattle Business : Ravensbeque, Colo. 

3838. Addison Waddell Tate, Staunton, Va.: (Son of 933). 



Catalogue of Alumni. 19^ 

3839. Ferdinand Jackson Walz, Lexington, Va. : (Brother of 
3723) : U. S. Signal Service: Cincinnati, Ohio: Leavenworth, Kansas. 

3840. John Henry Wise, B. L.., Edgefield, &. C. : Lawyer: Trenton, S. C. 
384L James Armstrong "Welch, Philadelphia, Pa. : Lawyer: Den- 
ver, Colo. 

3842. James Walter Warren, Montgomery, Ala. : Montgomery, Ala» 

3843. William Edward Walsh, B. L., Cumberland, Md. 

3844. Charles Clark Waters, Clarksburg, Md. 

3845. Henry Smith Wilson, Palmyra, Tenn, 

3846. Henry Alexander White, M. A., Ph. D, (1887), Green- 
brier Co., W. Va. : Honorary Scholarship, 1882 : James Wilson Scholarship, 1883 : 
Instructor in French, 1884: Scott Prize, 1884 : Early English Text Society Prize^ 
1884: Young Prize Scholarship, 1884: Santini Prize Medal, 1884: Cincinnati 
Oration, 1885 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1885 : Valedictorian, 1885 : Assistant in 
Moral Philosophy and Belles-Lettres, 1886 : Howard Houston Fellowship and 
Assistant Professor of English, Modern Languages and Modern History Wash- 
ington and Lee University, 1885-87 : Theological Student. 

1885-1886. 

3847. Crocheron King Abrahams, Mobile, Ala. : Wholesale Grocery 
Business: Mobile, Ala. 

3848. James William Anderson, C. E., Lexington, Va.: Civil 
Engineer : Winchester, Ohio. 

3849. Samuel Arrington, Petersburg, Va. 

3850. J. W. Warwick Bias, Warm Springs, Va. : Theological Student. 

3851. Alva Benjamin Bugg, Homer, La.: (Brother of 3672). 

3852. Charles Manson Crutchfield, B. Li., Kichmond, Va. : 
Hamilton Law Scholarship, 1885: Lawyer: Phillipsburg, Mont. 

3853. Andrew Jackson Cammack, Alexandria, La.: Law Student: 
Alexandria, La. 

3854. Edward Cammack, Alexandria, La. : Law Student : Alexan- 
dria, La. 

3855. Holmes Frank Colbert, Colbert Station, Ind. Ter. 

3856. Frank Howard Campbell, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Rockbridge 
Alum Springs, Va. 

3857. Belvidere Brooks Cavitt, Wheelock, Tex. 

3858. William Grant Davis, Pomeroy, O. : Pomeroy, O. 

3859. Harry Lee Denny, Clark Co.,Va.: Law Student: Baltimore, Md. 

3860. Asa Leland Duncan, B. L., Hale's Ford, Va. : Lawyer. 

3861. William Anderson Glasgow, Jr., B. L., Fincastle, Va.: 
(Son of 1223) : Lawyer: Fincastle, Va. 

3862. John Reevely Guerrant, Callaway's, Va. 

3863. Samuel Saunders Guerrant, Callaway's, Va. : (Brother of 
3862). 

3864. Robert Lee Hunter, New Madrid, Mo. : New Madrid, Mo. 

3865. Arthur Lee Hardin, Finchville, Ky. 

3866. Eugene Augustus Harris, Pittsville, Tex. 



200 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3867. liEONlDAS W11.I.SON Irwin, Lexington, Va. : Teacher: Millboro 
Depot, Va. : Theological Student. 

3868. Andrew George Irons, Pickaway, W. Va. : Honorary Scholar- 
ship, 1886 : Teacher : Augusta Male Academy, Fort Defiance, Va. 

3869. W11.LIAM Rivers Kenned y, Lexington, Va. : Merchant: Win- 
chester, Va. 

3870. Robert Bruce Kirkpatrick, Rockbridge Co., Va. : Teacher : 
Jackson, Miss. 

3871. James Finks Kenney, Harrisonburg, Va. : (Son of 1023). 

3872. Edward Hanson Kuykendai^l, Moorefield, W. Va. : (Brother 
of 3382) : Honorary Scholarship, 1886 : Medical Student : Baltimore, Md. 

3873. John Houston IjEECH, Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 1630): Far- 
mer : Bay View, Fla. 

3874. David Laird, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1602) : Teacher : Indian 
Rock, Va. 

3875. David Meade Lea, B. L., Richmond, Va. 

3876. A1.1.ANPARRY Moon, Richmond, Va. 

3877. Clement Dillard Moss, Lake Charles, La. 

3878. Edwin Lewis Mullen, Louisville, Ky. 

3879. John Vallandingham McCall, M. A., Weatherford, Tex. : 
Taylor Prize Scholarship, 1884: Robinson Prize Medal, 1886: Cincinnati Oration, 
1886: Valedictorian, 1886: Teacher: Waco, Tex. 

3880. EvANDER Lee McGowan, B. L., Memphis, Tenn. : Lawyer: 
Memphis, Tenn. 

3881. Samuel Proctor McLendon, Calvert, Tex. 

3882. George K. McLendon, Calvert, Tex. 

3883. William Boroughs Newman, B. L., Grove Hill, Ala. : Lawyer. 

3884. Miles Poindexter, Rockbridge Co., Va. : (Son of 1609) : Civil 
Engineer. 

3885. Thomas Jackson Patton, B. L., Monroe Co., W. Va. : Lawyer : 
Laramie City, Wyoming : Lewisburg, W, Va. 

3886. Hamet E. Pinson, El Dorado, Ark. 

3887. Peyton Lambeth Randolph, Evergreen, La. : Baltimore, Md. 

3888. William Murray Robertson, Fayette Co., Ala. 

3889. Frank Henry Rudkin, B. L., Kinsman, Ohio. 

3890. Benjamin Franklin Sledd, M. A., Big Island, Va.: Honor- 
ary Scholarship, 1883: F. O. French Scholarship, 1884: Early English Text 
Society Prize, 1885 : Santini Prize Medal, 1886 : Robinson Prize Medal, 1886 : 
Teacher : Charlotte Hall, Md. 

3891. James Sidney Skinner, Galveston, Tex. : Cotton Merchant. 

3892. James H. Sturgis, Waco, Tex.: Insurance Business: Waco, Tex. 

3893. John Garlick Scott, Richmond, Va. 

3894. Bernard Brockenbrough Semmes, B. L., Lexington, Va. : 
Law Class Oration, 1886: Lawyer: Lexington, Va. 

3895. Henry Bryant Stoneham, Plantersville, Tex. 

3896. Abram Poindexter Taylor, Lexington, Va. : Teacher: Chat- 



Catalogue of Alumni. 201 

8897. George Arivistrong Wauchope, A. B., M. A., Capon 

Bridge, W. Va. : (Son of 1287): Honorary Scholarship, 1882: F. O. French 
Scholarship, 1883: Scott Prize, 1884: Early English Text Society Prize, 1886: 
Teacher: Bedford Springs, Va.: Richmond, Va.: Howard Houston Fellowship, 
and Assistant Professor of English, Modern Languages and Modern History 
Washington and Lee University, 1887 : Lexington, Va, 

3898. Edwin Thomas Washburn, Arcadia, La. : Taylor Prize Scholar- 
ship, 1885: Robinson Prize Medal, 1886: Civil Engineer: Greenville, Miss. 

3899. Wii.i.iAM McCliANAHAN White, Winchester, Va. : (Son of 
1585): Honorary Scholarship, 1885: Teacher: Millboro, Va. : Christiansburg, Va. 

3900. liEE Jake White, Richmond, Ky. : Richmond, Ky. 

1886-1887. 

3901. W11.1.IAM Turner Armstrong, B. L/., Galveston, Tex.: Hon- 
orary Scholarship, 1882: Honorary Scholarship, 1883: Taylor Prize Scholarship, 
1884: Young Prize Scholarship, 1885: Hamilton Law Scholarship, 1886. 

3902. METEI.I.US Rowan Barci^AY, Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1826): 
Medical Student. 

3903. Robert E. IjEE Blackwood, B. L*., Milton, W. Va. 

3904. Eugene Samuei. Bloch, Opelousas, La. 

3905. LiESLIE liYl^E Campbell, M. A., Manchester, Va.: (Son of 
1480)'. Honorary Scholarship, 1883: Honorary Scholarship, 1884: Robinson 
Prize Medal, 1886: Teacher: Richmond, Va. 

3906. John Cecii. Chii.d, C. E., Augusta Co., Va. : Civil Engineer. 

3907. JosEPHUS Frankilin Cavitt, Wheelock, Tex. 

3908. W11.1.IAM Sparks Cavitt, Wheelock, Tex. 

3909. John Soto Coe, Winchester, Va. 

3910. James Scott Cai.i.ison, Augusta Co., Va. 

3911. Guy Davenport, Bastrop, La. 

3912. Horace Wardner Eggleston, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3913. Harvey Davis Fletcher, Beaumont, Tex. 

3914. Preston Lewis Gray, Harrisonburg, Va. : Teacher : Beattyville, 
Ky. 

3915. Joseph McDonald Garrett, Versailles, Ky.: "Editor's" 
Medal, 1887 : Farmer : Versailles, Ky. 

3916. William Gvtathmey Hatchett, Montgomery, Ala.: Gads- 
den, Ala. 

3917. John Casper Heyer, Jr., Wilmington, N. C. 

3918. John Bush Hutchinson, Knox Point, La. 

3919. Trigg Strother Hutchinson, Knox Point, La. 

3920. Sherman Wilson Hall, B. L., Clarinda, Iowa: Lawyer: 
Clarinda, Iowa. 

3921. Edmund Bowyer Hayth, Fincastle, Va. 

3922. liEONiDAS Walter Humphreys, Pomeroy, Ohio. 

3923. Harry David Irwin, B. Ij., Lexington, Va.: Lawyer: Min* 
neapolis, Minn. 

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202 Catalogue of Alumni. 

3924. Thomas Jeli^is Kirkpatbick, Jr., Lynchburg, Va. : (Son 
of 1348) : Medical Student. 

3925. Emmet Leroy Kidd, Ruston, La. 

3926. Edward R. LjEYBURN, A. B., Lexington, Va. : (Son of 1350): 
University Prize Essay, 1885: Teacher: Port Gibson, Miss. 

3927. William Charles IjUDWIG, A. B., Richmond, Va. : Honorary 
Scholarship, 1883: Honorary Scholarship, 1884: Theological Student. 

3928. Schuyler Barclay Moon, C. E., A. B., Scottsville, Va. : 
Honorary Scholarship, 1884: F. O. French Scholarship, 1886: Young Prize 
Scholarship, 1887 : Teacher McDonogh School, Md. 

3929. William McCutchan Morrison, A. B., Rockbridge Co., 
Va. : Teacher: Shreveport, La. 

3930. IjELAND Hugh Moss, A. B., Lake Charles, La. : Medical Student. 

3931. Edward Kuleff Martin, Kansas City, Mo. 

3932. Frank Bradley Moody, B. L., Galveston, Tex. 

3933. Francis H. Smith Morrison, B. L., Lexington, Va. : Lawyer: 
Lexington, Va. 

3934. William Morton McNutt, B. L.., Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son 
of 1054): Teacher: Lexinjjton, Va. 

3935. Henry Moffett Newman, Harrisonburg, Va. 

3936. Paul McNeil Penick, Rockbridge Co., Va.: Teacher: Round 
Rock, Tex. 

3937. Brown Craig Patterson, A. B., Augusta Co., Va.: (Sonofl608). 

3938. William Paxton, Rockbridge Co., Va.: (Son of 932). 

3939. Walter Morgan Pierce, Christiansburg, Va. 

3940. William L. Pierce, Christiansburg, Va. 

3941. Christopher Mayer Randolph, Evergreen, La. 

3942. William Magraw Reid, Kansas City, Mo.: Santini Prize 
Medal, 1887. 

3943. William Richard Rogers, Galveston, Tex. 

3944. William Ballard Smith, C. E., A. B., M. A., Augusta 
Co., Va: Honorary Scholarship, 1882: I'aylor Prize Scholarship, 1883: F. O. 
French Scholarship, 1885: Robinson Prize Medal, 1885: Young Prize Scholar- 
ship, 1886: Cincinnati Oration, 1887: Teacher: McDonogh School, Maryland. 

3945. Archibald Alexander Sproul, Jr., Augusta Co., Va. : 
(Son of 1495) : Teacher. 

3946. John Henry Smith, B. L., Harrisburg, Oregon: Lawyer r 
Astoria, Orciron. 

3947. Edward Jaquelin Smith, Wickliffe, Va.: Farmer: Wickliffe,Va. 

3948. William McQuown Thompson, Rockbridge Co., ya.: Honor- 
ary Scholarship, 1886: Theological Student. 

3949. James Lilley Templeton, Staunton, Va. 

3950. 3IORGAN Tillinghast, New York City. 

3951. Edmund Gustavus Vaughan, Kansas City, Mo. 

3952. William Hallet Vaughan, Norfolk, Va. 

3953. Reid White, Lexington, Va.: With Robinson Bros. & Co.: Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

3954. James Alexander Walker, Jr., Rockbridge Co., Va. 

3955. Junius Edgar West, Waverly, Va. 



LEXINGTON LAW SCHOOL. 



I 



The Lexington Law School was established by Judge John W. 
Brockenbrough, LL. D., in October, 1849. It increased rapidly in 
numbers, and, though a private School, soon became widely and favor- 
ably known. Upon its rolls are found the names of many who have 
been distinguished in the history of Virginia and of other States. In 
1867 the School was incorporated into the University and became its 
Law Department, and it is deemed proper that its Alumni should be 
published with the Alumni of the University. 

In the absence of regular rolls, the names of the Alumni of the 
Lexington Law School have been obtained largely from the recollec- 
tions of members of the several classes. Some errors and omissions 
are, therefore, to be expected, and the finders will confer a favor by 
communicating them to John L. Campbell, Esq., Treasurer of the 
University, Lexington, Va., in order that they may be corrected in 
future publications. Another Catalogue will be published at an 
early day. 

Explanation. — Those known to be dead are marked with an *. The numbers following 
names refer to the corresponding numbers in the Catalogue of the University, where the record 
is given. 

1849-1850. 

1. John McD. Alexander, Rockbridge Co. ; No. 1411. 

2. John O. Ewing, Ohio Co. 

3. James R. Holt, Bedford Co. : Floyd Co. : Commonwealth's Attorney of 
Floyd : St. Louis, Mo. 

4. ^Samuel Houston Letcher, Lexington, Va. : No. 1390. 

5. Jacob N. IjIGGETT, Rockingham Co. : Member Virginia Convention : 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

6. Robert Burns Waddy, Louisa Co. : Commonwealth's Attorney of 
Louisa. 

1850-1851. 

7. John Goode, Jr., Bedford Co. : Member Virginia Legislature : Mem- 
ber Virginia Convention : Member Confederate Congress : Norfolk City : Mem- 
ber Virginia Legislature from Norfolk ; Member U. S. Congress : Solicitor Gen- 
eral U. S. 

203 



204 Catalogue of Alumni. 

8. Bakeb p. JLee, Hampton, Va. : Major C. S. A. : Editor : Collector of 
Customs. 

9. * James "W. Massie, Lexington, Va. : Member Virginia Legislature : 
Lieutenant Colonel Fifty-first Virginia Regiment C. S. A.: Professor Mathe- 
matics Virginia Military Institute: Died January, 1872. 

10. William McLaughlin, Rockbridge Co. : No. 1469. 

11. Charles S. M. See, Randolph Co.: No. 1438. 

12. John D. Stebrett, Rockbridge Co. : No. 1364. 

1851-1852. 

13. *WiLLiAM S. H. Baylor, Augusta Co. : No. 1452. 

14. -^"William H. Compton, Lexington, Va. : No. 1371. 

15. *ftOBERT E. Cowan, Harrison Co.: Preston Co. : Member Virginia 
Legislature: Member Virginia Convention, 1861 : Kansas City: Judge of Court 
of Law and Equity, 24th Circuit of Missouri : St. Louis, Mo. : Died July 14, 1887. 

16. ^William H. Houston, Rockbridge Co. : No. 1484. 

17. *JoHN Li. Moseley, Bedford Co.: No. 1491. 

18. Philip W. McKinney, Buckingham Co. : Captain C. S. A. : Mem- 
ber Virginia Legislature : Farmville, Va. 

19. William J. Nelson, Augusta Co. : No. 1470. 

20. William A. Seay, Lunenburg Co. : St. Louis, Mo.: Alexandria, La.: 
Professor Louisiana State University: Judge District Court: Minister to Bolivia. 

21. *IsAAC N. Smith, Kanawha Co. : No. 1440. 

22. ^Samuel M. Somers, Shenandoah Co. : Clarksburg. 

23. John B. Winn, Lexington, Va. : No. 1448. 

1852-1853. 

24. *RoBERT C. BoULBIN, Charlotte Co. : County Judge. 

25. Alexander B. Carrington, Charlotte Co.: Presbyterian Minis- 
ter: Berryville, Va. : Greenwich. 

26. *Henry Clay Dickinson, Bedford Co. 

27. *KoBERT DiGGES, Nelson Co. 

28. * John T. Hall, Norfolk, Va. 

29. Charles T. Harrison, Clarksburg, Va. 

30. *K. V. Lewis, Jefferson Co. 

31. A. J. Marmaduke, Fauquier Co. 

32. "^Frederick Martin, Botetourt Co. 

33. "^William O'Brien, Rockingham Co. 

34. *Keuben Jacob Palmer, Appomattox Co.: No. 1360. 

35. ^Joseph G. Steele, Rockbridge Co. : No. 1315. 

36. G. Ott Wunder, Shenandoah Co. : Washington, D. C. 

1853-1854. 

37. * James W. Allen, Bedford Co. : Jefferson Co. : Colonel Second Vir- 
ginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Gaines' Mill, June, 1862. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 205 

38. William C. Carper, Harrison Co. : Upshur Co. : Member of Vir- 
ginia Legislature. 

39. B. T>. Chenowith, Frederick Co. 

40. Charles B. Christian, Amherst Co.: Colonel Forty-ninth Vir- 
ginia Kegiment C. S. A. : Commonwealth's Attorney of Amherst. 

41. *George W. LiURTY, Harrison Co.: Member Virginia Legislature. 

42. *T. B. McCann, Harrison Co. 

43. JosiAH S. McNuTT, Augusta Co.: Lexington, Va. : Jackson Co., 
Tex. : Judge Connty Court of Jackson. 

44. William M. Morriss, Albemarle Co. 

45. Andretv Moore, Lexington, Va. : No. 1531. 

46. *K. E. Seevers, Frederick Co. 

47. Hampden Zane Shriver, Wheeling, Va. 

48. ^Albert G. Strayer, Shenandoah Co. : No. 1441. 

49. Taliafero Stribling, Point Pleasant, Va.: Cashier Merchants' 
National Bank. 

50. KOBERT White, Romney, Va. : Colonel Cavalry C. S. A. : Attorney- 
General of West Virginia. 

51. *WlLLlAM R. Winn, Hanover Co.: Member Virginia Legislature: 
No. 1409. 

52. John W. WoolfoLK, Orange Co. 



1854-1855. 

53. Joseph White Caldwell, Eockbridge Co.: No. 1290. 

54. ^George P. Compton, Lexington, Va. 

55. John J. Davis, Clarksburg, Va. : Member Virginia Legislature : Mem- 
ber West Virginia Legislature: Member U. S. Congress. 

56. ^Andrew P. I>AVISS0N, Harrison Co. 

57. I>AVID S. Hounshell, Wythe Co. : Colonel Cavalry C. S. A. : Ken- 
tucky. 

58. T. B. LiEWlS, Mecklenburg Co. 

59. Isaac A. Paul, Nelson Co. : Captain C. S. A. : Member Virginia Legis- 
lature. 

60. *JoHN Speed Kudd, Spotsylvania Co. : Major C. S. A.: Monroe Co.: 
Fayette Co.: Charleston, W. Va.: Principal Public Schools: Died April 15, 1888. 

61. ^Warwick Stuart, Highland Co. : No. 1558. 

62. Telemachus Taylor, New Kent Co. : Captain Third Virginia Cav- 
alry: County Judge New Kent. 



1855-1856. 

63. William C. Carrington, Nelson Co. : Richmond City : Mayor of 
Richmond. 

64. John A. 1>0UGLASS, Augusta Co. : Mercer Co. : Lieutenant C. S. A. : 
Hinton, W. Va. 



206 Catalogue of Alumni. 

65. Claudius Goff, Kandolph Co. 

66. *E. M. liOWE, Alexandria, Va. : Judge Alexandria City Court. 

67. John M. McAlister, Campbell Co. 

68. ^James B. McLean, Randolph Co. 

69. Job G. McVeigh, Alexandria, Va. : St. Paul, Minn. 

70. Junius K. Person, Southampton Co. 

71. ^Wii.i.iam: B. Phelps, Covington, Ky.; Killed at Drainsville. 

72. Joseph M. Ranson, Covington, Ky.: No. 1509. 

73. Thomas Benton Taylor, Lexington, Va. : No. 1559. 

74. John Campbell Tarr, Brooke Co. : Leavenworth City, Kan. 

75. Aaron A. Welton, Hardy Co. : Petersburg, W. Va. 

1856-1857. 

76. William H. Barclay, Lexington, Va.: No. 1536. 

77. Richard H. Catlett, Lexington, Va. : Colonel C. S. A.: Staun- 
ton, Va. 

78. J, S. Cochran, Pennsylvania. 

79. C. J. P. Cresap, Preston Co.: Kandolph Co. : Member Virginia Legis- 
lature : Member Virginia Convention : Member West Virginia Legislature. 

80. ^"William P. Oixon, Alexandria, Va. : Lost in a Shipwreck in Gulf 
of Mexico. 

81. Thomas S. Jones, Pittsylvania Co. : Missouri : Judge in Missouri. 

82. James Davidson Morrison, Rockbridge Co.: Captain C. S. A.: 
No. 1555. 

83. *Henry M. Matthews, Greenbrier Co. : Major C. S. A. : Member 
West Virginia Convention: Attorney General West Virginia : Governor West 
Virginia. 

84. J. V. B. Newman, Point Pleasant, Va. 

85. * William S. Newman, Orange Co. : Lieutenant C. S. A. : Killed at 
Winchester, Va., September, 1864. • 

86. *Waller Tazewell Patton, Richmond, Va. : Colonel Seventh 
Virginia Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Gettysburg, July, 1863. 

87. li. A. PiNDALL, Hanover Co. : Napoleon, Ark. 

88. J. Ij. Powell, Spotsylvania Co. : Member Virginia Legislature : Com- 
monwealth's Attorney of Spotsylvania. 

89. William B. Sanford, Spotsylvania Co. : Missouri. 

90. *James a. Strother, Abingdon, Va. 

91. *IiOUlS B. Williams, Jr.,. Orange Co.: Colonel First Virginia 
Regiment C. S. A. : Killed at Gettysburg, July, 1863. 

92. *1>AVID H. Walton, Shenandoah Co. : Captain C. S. A. : Common- 
wealth's Attorney of Shenandoah. 

1857-X858. 

93. William H. Bolling, Bedford Co.: Wytheville, Va. : County 
Judge of Wythe. 

94. John B. Brooks, Augusta Co. : No. 1681. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 207 

95. *Chaiiles M. Brown, Preston Co. 

96. E. W. Gating, Gallipolis, O. 

97. W. T. Chandler, Caroline Co. 

98. ^I>ABNEY Cosby, Jr., Halifax Co.: No. 1597. 

99. *Greenlee 1>avidson, Lexington : No. 1572. 

100. ^William S. Gilman, Spotsylvania Co. : Member Virginia Legisla- 
ture: Clerk U. S. Senate: Died 1886. 

101. *J. T. Gleaves, Wythe Co. 

102. *IjUTHER D. Haymond, Braxton Co.: Captain C. S. A.: Member 
Virginia Legislature. 

103. *I>AVii> G. Houston, Jr., Rockbridge Co.: No. 1601. 

104. ^PAUli LiGHTNER, Highland Co.: Member Virginia Legislature: 
Died December, 1885. 

105. ^William liUCAS, Jr., Jefferson Co.: Lawyer: Member W. Va. 
Legislature. 

106. I>ANiEli B. Lucas, Jeiferson Co. 

107. Charles McI. Matthews, Georgetown, D. C. 

108. John Harvey Moore, Lexington, Va. : No. 1604. 

109. ^I>AVID A. McCampbell, Lexington, Va. : No. 1579. 

110. J. W. Kibble, Roanoke Co.: County Judge of Roanoke. 

111. ^A. F. Robertson, Amherst Co.: Lynchburg, Va. 

112. ^Orlando Smith, Lunenburg Co.: Major C. S. A. : Staunton, Va. 

113. A. H. Smythe, Alexandria, Va. 

114. Thomas Tabb, Hampton, Va. 

115. Li, T. Terrell, Hanover Co. 

116. JosiAH Teeter, Washington Co. 

117. John K. Thurman, Liberty, Va. : Member Virginia House of Del- 
egates : Member Virginia Senate. 

118. John C. Vance, Ohio Co.: Clarksburg, W. Va. 

119. Frederick R. Windsor, Alexandria, Va. 

1858-1859. 

120. J. Brown Anthony, Campbell Co. 

121. Taylor Berry, Fauquier Co. : Amherst C. H. : Treasurer of Am- 
herst Co. : Member Virginia Senate. 

122. George R. Calvert, Shenandoah Co. : County Judge Shenandoah. 

123. John Campbell, Monroe Co.: No. 1618. 

124. ^Gideon D. Camden, Jr., Clarksburg, Va. 

125. Joseph W. Chinn, Richmond Co. 

126. John J. Chipley, Frederick Co. : Moorefield, W. Va. : Member West 
Virginia Legislature. 

127. *James B. Davis, Augusta Co. : Wytheville, Va. 

128. R. li. Henley, Williamsburg, Va. : County Judge James City and 
York r Circuit Judge. 

129. *T. W. Hoffman, Lewis Co. 

130. T. Henry Johnston, Botetourt Co. 



208 Catalogue of Alumni. 

131. Arch. Kinney, Staunton, Va. 

132. *Edwin G. LiEE, Jefferson Co.: Brigadier-General C. S. A. 

133. W. T. Lipscomb, Afton, Va. 

134. ^Wll.L.lAM Martin, Marshall Co. : Botetourt Co. 

135. JRoBERT M. Mayo, Westmoreland Co. : Colonel Forty-seventh Vir- 
ginia Regiment C. S, A.: Commonwealth's Attorney Westmoreland : Member 
U. S. Congress: Member Virginia Legislature. 

136. Charles H. Miller, Mercer Co. : Blacksburg, Va. : County Judge 
Montgomery Co. 

137. George Poindexter, Lexington, Va. : No. 1610. 

138. John Keed, Jr., Jefferson Co. 

139. Adam C. Synder, Highland Co.: No. 1677. 

140. *HUGH S. Tiffany, Monroe Co. : Captain Twenty-seventh Virginia 
Kegiment C. S. A.: Killed at Manassas, July 21, 1861. 

141. *S. H. TOMKlNS, Bedford Co. 

142. Henry B. "Warren, Williamsburg, Va. 



1859-1860. 

143. M. Page Andrews, Jefferson Co. 

144. K. C. Apperson, New Kent Co. 

145. Thomas M. Boyd, Nelson Co.: Presbyterian Minister: Arkansas: 
Augusta Co., Va. : Savannah, Ga. 

146. John BoWYER Brockenbrough, Lexington, Va.: No. 1594. 

147. Thomas J. Christian, King and Queen Co.: Matthews C. H. 
Member Virginia House of Delegates: County Judge of Matthews. 

148. "William F. Coleman, Louisa Co. 

149. James Cole Davis, Rockbridge Co. : No. 1517. 

150. Kezin C. Davis, Harrison Co. : Arkansas : Soldier in Cavalry C. S. 
A.: Louisville, Ky. 

151. H. Kyd Douglas, Washington Co., Md. : Major C. S. A. 
162. William W. Flood, Henry Co. : Texas. 

153. J. T. Hamlet, Henry Co. : Wytheville, Va. 

154. William O. Hanway, Monongalia Co. : Baltimore, Md. 

155. ^James O. Hensley, Liberty, Va.: Major C. S. A.: Member Vir- 
ginia Legislature. 

156. F. S. HuTTER, Lynchburg, Va. : Captain C. S. A. 

157. *James McD. Graham, Lexington, Va. : No. 1575: Died January 
8, 1861. 

158. Berryman Green, Danville, Va. : Judge Circuit Court. 

159. William B. Hope, Hampton, Va. 

160. *K. H. Jones, Elizabeth City. 

161. John W. Kerr, Dinwiddle Co. 

162. *JoHN M. LiOWRY, Bedford Co. 

163. *JoHN McDaniel, King George Co. 

164. Robert McFarland, Lexington, Va.: No. 1670. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 209 

165. *JoHN F. Neff, Shenandoah Co.: Colonel Thirty-third Virginia 
Regiment : Killed in battle. 

166. W1LI.IAM B. PoiNDEXTER, Rockbridge Co.: No. 1609. 

167. William T. Poague, Rockbridge Co.: No. 1640. 

168. *Samuel I>. Preston, Lynchburg, Va.: Clerk Circuit Court: Died 
Apr. 15, 1888. 

169. *J. T. Kadford, Montgomery Co.: Lieutenant-Colonel Eighth Vir- 
ginia Cavalry : Killed in battle. 

170. ^Jonathan Richmond, Jr., Lee Co.: Captain C. S. A. 

171. William Jj. Kodgers, Halifax Co. 

172. James B. Sener, Spotsylvania Co.: Member U. S. Congress: Judge 
U. S. Court of Wyoming: Fredericksburg. 

173. *WlLLOUGHBY If. Smith, Northumberland Co. 

174. C. M. Stephani, Lexington, Va. : Memphis, Tenn. 

175. Li, H. Stephenson, Highland Co.: Lieutenant Cavalry C. S. A.: 
Commonwealth's Attorney of Highland. 

176. Otis F. Stribling, Mercer's Bottom, W. Va. 

177. William R. Taliaferro, Orange Co. : Member Virginia Legis- 
lature: County Judge of Orange. 

178. ^Thomas S. Taylor, Franklin Co.: Captain C. S. A. 

179. *James B. Terrell, Bath Co.: Orange Co.: Brigadier-General C. 
S. A. : Killed at Bethesda Church, May, 1864. 

180. C. H. Terrill, Halifax Co. 

1860-1861. 

181. *Andrew W. Cameron, Rockbridge Co.: No. 1683. 

182. * J. B. Cherry, North Carolina : Norfolk, Va. : Lieutenant-Colonel 
C. S. A. : Killed at Roanoke Island. 

183. Thomas L. M. Chipley, Frederick Co. : Captain Cavalry C. S. A. : 
California. 

184. George T. Clark, Surry Co.: County Judge: Member Virginia 
Legislature. 

185. ^Samuel B. Coyner, Rockingham Co. : Lieutenant Cavalry C. S. A. : 
Killed in battle. 

186. F. A. Daingerfield, Bath Co. : Captain Eleventh Virginia Cav- 
alry C. S. A. : Harrisonburg : Clerk Circuit Court. 

187. George N. Ferneyhough, Charlottesville, Va. 

188. *W. Kemper Garnett, Essex Co. 

189. *Thomas H. Gatewood, Middlesex Co. 

190. *J. Harmer Gilmer, Richmond, Va. 

191. B. Hughes, Cumberland Co. 

192. George J. Hundley, Amelia Co.: Member Virginia Senate: 
Richmond. 

193. John W. Johnston, Buchanan, Va. : Major Artillery C. S. A. : 
Member Virginia Legislature : President James River and Kanawha Company: 
President Georgia Pacific Railroad Company : Birmingham, Ala. 



210 Catalogue of Alumni. 

194. McKendree Jones, Pittsylvania Co. : New York City. 

195. *Wl£JLlAM Z. Mead, Eichmond: Captain C. S. A. : Killed at Chieka- 
mauga. 

196. *JoEDf M. Oliver, Roanoke Co. : Rosser's Cavalry : Killed at Beverly, 
January, 1865. 

197. George KagsdALE, Lunenburg Co. 

198. Benjamin J. Redmond, Point Pleasant. 

199. * James P. Kiley, Winchester, Va. : Clerk Circuit Court : Died 
January 1, 1888. 

200. Joseph H. Sherrard, Jr., Frederick Co.: Lieutenant Cavalry 
C. S. A. : Bath Co. : Member Virginia Senate : Rockbridge Co. 

201. W. E. Smith, Matthews Co. 

202. James N. Stubbs, Gloucester Co.: Member Virginia House of 
Delegates : Member Virginia Senate. 

203. George M. Waddell, Isle of Wight Co.: Member Virginia 
Legislature. 

204. George "W. "Williams, Fayette Co.: Member West Virginia 
Legislature. 

205. *J. IjOWRIE Willson, Monongalia Co. : Colonel of Cavalry C. S. A. 

206. B. L. Woodson, Campbell Co.-: Craig Co.: Member Virginia Legis- 
lature : Kansas City, Mo. 

207. *P. W. WoRSHAM, Dinwiddle Co. 



1861-1865. 

Suspension during the War. 

1865-1866. 

208. Alphonso C. Avery, Morgan ton, N. C. : Judge Superior Court in 
North Carolina. 

209. Homer S. Carr, Clarksburg, W. Va. : Moorefield, W. Va. 

210. Raleigh E. Colston, Lexington, Va. : Brigadier-General C. S. A. : 
Wilmington, N. C. : Egypt : In service of Khedive : Washington, D. C. : In ser- 
vice U. S. Government. 

211. John D. Foster, Amelia Co.: King William C. H.: County Judge 
of King William and King and Queen. 

212. John N. Gallaher, I>. D., Kentucky: Lieutenant Colonel C. S. 
A. : Episcopal Clergyman : New York City : Episcopal Bishop of Louisiana. 

213. J. Emmett Guy, Staunton: No. 1661. 

214. *Frank W. Henderson, Lexington: Captain C. S. A. : Commis- 
sioner in Chancery, Rockbridge Circuit Court : Died October 28, 1887. 

215. William Locke, Missouri. 

216. Joseph Mays, Bath Co. : Lieutenant Cavalry C. S. A. : Member Vir- 
ginia Convention: Commonwealth's Attorney of Bath. 

217. John G. McCluer, Rockbridge County : No.- 1669. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 211 

218. Henry B. Michie, Staunton: Leesburg: Charlottesville: Editor 
Chronicle. 

219. t>AVlD E. Moore, Lexington, Va.: No. 1736. 

220. Charles Mundy, Lynchburg. 

221. Thomas Li. Rosser, Hanover Co. : Major General C. S. A. : Engi- 
neer Northern Pacific Railroad : Albemarle Co. 

222. Thomas M. Semmes, Lexington : Professor Virginia Military Insti- 
tute. 

223. Scott Ship, Lexington : Lieutenant Colonel C. S. A. : Professor Vir- 
ginia Military Institute. 

224. *Samuei. S. Shriver, Wheeling: Captain C. S. A.: Nansemond 
Co. : Member Virginia Legislature. 

225. William Taliaferro, Amherst Co. : Superintendent Penitentiary :, 
Eichmond, Va. 

226. H. H. Thompson, Rockbridge Co. : No. 1751. 

227. John A. Thompson, Rockbridge Co. : No. 1645. 

228. Frank Turner, Selma, Ala. 

229. Keuben S. Thomas, Madison Co. : Green Co. 

230. J. C. Van Fossen, Augusta Co. : No. 1819. 



ROLL OF HONORARY DEGREES 
CONFERRED. 



1842... Willi AM C. Preston South Carolina LL. D. 

1843.. .John Hendren Virginia D. D. 

" ...John McElhenny Virginia D. D. 

" ...Andrew Herron Virginia D. D. 

1847. ..Samuel Williamson North Carolina D. D. 

" ...Ebenezer Pressly South Carolina D. D. 

1849. ..Henry Kuffner ^ Virginia LL. D. 

1850. ..James Moore Brown Virginia D. D. 

1851. ..John W. Brockenbrough Virginia LL. D. 

" ...John B. Minor Virginia LL. D. 

1852. ..Richard Armstrong Sandwich Islands...!). D. 

" ...Elias Harrison Virginia D. D. 

" ...J. Calvin Grier South Carolina D. D. 

" ...M. Lr. Staunton Mississippi D. D. 

1853... John Grammar Virginia D. D. 

1854.. .Arthur Hopkins Alabama LL. D. 

" ...William Leigh Virginia LL. D. 

" ...L.UCAS P. Thompson Virginia LL. D. 

1856. ..John H. BococK Virginia D. D. 

1857. ..John M. P. Atkinson Virginia D. D. 

1859. ..James B. Ramsay Virginia D. D. 

1872. ..Richard C. £.. 3Ioncure Virginia LL. D. 

" ...William T. Joynes Virginia LL. D. 

" ...Alexander McAuslane England D. D. 

" ...Thomas Li. Preston Virginia D. D. 

1873...JUDAH P. Benjamin England LL. D. 

" ...John A. Campbell Louisiana LL. D. 

" ...Joseph Cottrell Mississippi D. D. 

*' ...H. Herbert Harris Virginia D. D. 

" ...Samuel R. Houston West Virginia D. D. 

" ...John Percival Louisiana D. D. 

" ...John W. Pratt Virginia D. D. 

1874. ..Vincent L. Bradford Pennsylvania LL. D. 

" ...William Henry Ruffner Virginia LL. D. 

" ...Nahum Capen Massachusetts LL. D. 

" ...Samuel Rodgers Maryland D. D. 

" ...William F. Junkin Kentucky D. D. 

212 



Catalogue of Alumni. 213 

1874.. .J. William Jones Virginia D. D. 

" ...James T. Leftwich Georgia D. D. 

" ...Richard I>. Mason Maryland D. D. 

" ...K. H. McKiM Virginia D. D. 

" ...John Kinnear Ireland D. D. 

1875. ..Charles O'Conor New York LL. D. 

" ...William Preston Johnston Virginia LL. D. 

" ...Kensey S. Stewart Delaware D. D. 

" ...M. B.Wharton Georgia D. D. 

" ...W. G. COE West Virginia D. D. 

" ...C. K. Vaughan Kentucky D. D. 

1876... Charles Mackey Scotland LL. D. 

" ...Wood Bouldin Virginia LL. D. 

1877. ..A. D. Pollock Virginia D. D. 

" ...JRlCHARD T. I>AVIS Virginia D. D. 

" ...James Neilson Lea Louisiana LL. D. 

" ...Hugh W. Sheffey Virginia LL. D. 

1878...KiNLOCH Nelson Virginia D. D. 

" ...George W. Peterkin West Virginia D. D. 

" ...T. T. Eaton Virginia D. D. 

" ...G. B. Strickler Georgia D. D. 

" ...John R. Bowman Virginia D. D. 

" ...R. S. McCuLLOH Louidana LL. D. 

" ...Alexander J. Beresford Hop-e... England LL. D. 

1879. ..Henry M. White Virginia D. D. 

" ...Robert M. Wallace Pennsylvania D. D. 

" ...Frederick George Lee England D. D. 

" ...Franklin B. Gowen Pennsylvania LL. D. 

1880... Vincent L. Bradford ,. Pennsylvania D. C. L. 

" ...James Scott Scotland D. D. 

" ...Matthew L. Lacy West Virginia D. D. 

" ...J. G. Armstrong Virginia D. D'. 

" ...John Welsh Pennsylvania LL. D. 

1881...I>AviD W. Shanks Virginia D. D. 

" ...Thomas T. Everett Pennsylvania D. D. 

" ...J. T. L. Preston Virginia LL. D. 

" ...L. Q. C. Lamar Mississippi .LL. D. 

" ...G. Watson James Virginia D. L. 

" ...RODES MassIE Virginia D. L. 

1882. ..Henry E. Dwight Pennsylvania D. D. 

" ...G. W. Cable Louisiana D. L. 

" ...J. J. Lafferty Virginia D. L. 

" ...Robert Ould Virginia LL. D. 

" ...Paul H. Hayne South Carolina LL. D. 

1883... Charles R. Van Romondt New Jersey D. L. 

" ...Walter Blair Virginia I). L. 

" ...Scott Ship Virginia D. L. 



214 Catalogue of Alumni. 

1883.. .Thomas E. Peck Virginia LL. D. 

" ...John W. Daniel Virginia LL. D. 

" ...John G. Carlisle Kentucky LL. D. 

1884.. .James T. Latimer Virginia D. D. 

" ...A. M. Kandolph Virginia LL. D. 

1885.. .A. W. Wilson Maryland LL. D. 

" ...John Hall ....New York City LL. D. 

" ...E. C. Burks Virginia LL. D. 

" ...LiAwrence Rust Ohio LL. D. 

" ...W. A. Wade Virginia D. D. 

" ...W. A. Leonard IHst. of Columbia... T>. D. 

" ...James A. Waddell Virginia D. D. 

" ...John P. StRIDER Virginia ; D. D. 

" ...D. M. Uankin New York D. D. 

" ...W. W. Landrum Virginia D. D. 

1886. ..George D. Armstrong Virginia LL. D. 

" ...Clements JK. ]>Iarkham England LL. D. 

" ...Moses D. Hoge Virginia LL. D. 

" ...Samuel Brown Virginia D. D. 

" ...J. H. WaugH Virginia D. D. 

" ...A. C. Dixon Maryland D. D. 

1887. ..Thomas Nelson Page Virginia D. L. 

" ...A. K. McClure.-. Pennsylvania LL. D. 

" ...Robert P. Ker Virginia D. D. 

" ...J. S. Gardner, Virginia D. D. 

" ...James Grammar Virginia D. D. 

" ...J. R. Sampey Kentucky D. D. 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 



The Alumni of the University have had an Association for 
many years. Its object is to keep alive among the Alumni the 
sentiment of affection for their Alma Mater, and to unite the 
graduates of successive years by a common tie of fellowship. Its 
annual meetings are held at Commencement, when, after the 
transaction of business, an Anniversary Oration is pronounced 
by some alumnus chosen by the Society. The following is the 
present organization : 

H. St. George Tucker, Virginia, President. 

^; 3' f ^^'^«^' ^^'^]'''^'\ Vice-Presidents. 
W. T. Shields, Virginia, i 

I>. C. Humphreys, Secretary. J. Jj. Campbell, Treasurer. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
S. «J. Graham, Chairman. 

W. T. Shields, F. T. Glasgow, 

M. W. Paxton, C. a. Graves. 



LOCAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS. 

Any organized body of the Alumni of the University, consisting 
of not less than seven members, having a president, and one or 
more vice-presidents, a secretary and an executive committee, and 
which shall maintain its organization by holding at least one meet- 
ing each year, is recognized as a Local Alumni Association. They 
tend to keep up, and give practical shape to, the interest felt by 
the Al.umni in the well-being of the University, and it is earnestly 
hoped that other associations will be formed whenever circum- 
stances will allow. Each Association is authorized to nominate 
one student each year to a Scholarship. 

215 



216 Catalogue of Alumni. 

Below will be found the officers of the Local Alumni Associa- 
tions that have been formed/ The Presidents of these Associations 
are ex-officio Vice-Presidents of the Association at the University. 

MEMPHIS, TENN, 

Geo. B. Peters, President. 

F. H. HEISKELIi, Vice-President. 

John S. Lewis, Secretary. 

Thos. H. AtLEN, J^-*\Er.emtiveQmmittee. 

E. C. MOSBY, J 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

E. B. Kkuttschnitt, President. 
T. I. Bartlette, Secretary. 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

George A. Robinson, President. 
Kandolph H. B1.AIN, I Yic^.pre^ents. 
HEI.M Bruce, j 

W. S. Forrester, Secretary. 

TEXAS. 

C. C. Garrett, President. 

W. M. Brown, ^ yice-Preddents. 

M. E. Kleberg, J 

J. W. Taylor, Secretary. 

W. li. Prather, Treasurer, 

J. H. McLeary, 1 

J. S. Willis, [■ Executive Committee. 

F. M. COCKRELL, J 

NEW YORK CITY. 

I>R, H. Marion Sims, President. 

Wm. M. Johnston, I y..^^.p^^.^^^^^ 

Wm. S. Ryan, i 

J. S. Clark, Secretary, 

Walter L. McCorkle, Treasurer. 

Thos. C. Hanna, \ 

John H. Hamilton, \ Executive Committee. 

I>R.W. R. Pryor, J 



LIBERTY, VA. 



H. C. liOWRY, President. 
James R. Guy, Secretary. 



Catalogue of Alumni. 217 



RICHMOND, VA. 

G. Watson James, D. L., President. 

W. K. Bowie, Vice-President. 

JoBQf K. Anderson, Jr., Secretary and Trea^surer. 

Co I.. Jo. liANE Stern, 

W. R. Bowie, y ^^^^^^ Committee. 

C. B. Antrim, 

Frank T>, Beveridge, 

CHRISTIANSBURG, VA. 

Capt. Wm. C. Hagan, President. 

Kev. Chas. a. Miller, Vice-President. 

Rev. Daniel Blain, Secretary. 

Wm. McC. Miller, Treasure)-. . 

Capt. Geo. G. Junkin, \ 

Capt. Jno. R. Johnson, [■ Executive Committee. 

Hon. a. a. Phlegar, J 



BALTIMORE, MD. 

Dr. Thos. a. Ashby, President. 

D. C. liYLE, Vice-President. 

Dr. Geo. J. Preston, Secretary. 

Wm. R. Ashby, Treasurer. 

S. Z. Ammen, ^ 

H. R. Preston, >• Executive Committee. 

I. P. Robinson, J 



BUCHANAN, VA. 
Capt. J. H. H. Figgat, President. 

W. J. Penn, I Yice-Pre.ida.i,. 

\\, A. Glasgow, Jr., J 

J. R. Godwin, Secretary. 

C. L. Wilson, \ 

S. B. Smith, |- Executive Committee. 

W. A. Glasgow, Jr.,-' 



CHARLESTON, W. VA. 

D. L. RUFFNER, President. 
W. A. McCoRKLE, Secretary. 
J. Z. McChesney, Treasurer. 

BATH AND ALLEGHANY COUNTIES, VA. 

Rev. E. W. McCorkle, President. 
Dr. G. B. McCorkle, Secretary. 
J. A. Ford, Treasurer. 

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ARKANSAS. 

R. I>. Haislip, President, 

K. B. Williams, Vice-President. 

P. I>. English, Secretary and Treasurer. 

S. R, COCKRILL, 

C. B. Moore, 

C. K. Breckinridge, 

•»* ^^ -^ ' / Executive Committee. 

J. M. Bullock, 

Hugh Barclay, 

P. D. English, 



STAUNTON, VA. 

Judge J. H. McCue, President. 
T. C. Morton, Secretary. 



HARRISONBURG, VA. 

Judge James Kenney, President. 
G. M, Effinger, Vice-President. 



LYNCHBURG, VA. 

Maj. T. J. KiRKPATRiCK, President. 

1. S. Moore, First Vice-Preddent. 

W. W. H. Harris, Second Vice-President. 

JR. li. Miller, Third Vice-President. 

B. F. KiRKPATRICK, Treasurer. 

H. F, BOCOCK, Seeretxiry. 

JOBOf C. I>ABNEY,\ 

E. C. Burks, [■ Executive Committee. 

A. S. White, J 



WINCHESTER, VA. 

Rev. Henry M. White, B. D., President. 

Capt. J. C. Van Fossen, W^^.p^^^^^_ 

E. C Jordan, Jr., ) 

C. G. Crawford, Seeretxiry. 

J. S. S. CoE, ^ 

Wm. McC. White, [• Executive Ccmmittee. 

W. R. Kennedy, j 



Catalogue of Alumni. 219 



Kev. a. K. Cocke, President. 
Jonathan Koiner, Vice-President. 
James A. Fishbubne, Secretary. 
J. W. Fishbubne, Treasurer. 



KANSAS CITY, MO. 



M. G. Habman, President. 

J. M. BuLtocK, 1 

J. li. PoBTER, V Vice-Presidents. 

C. W. Freeman, J 

J, A. Steele, Secretary. 

A. I>. McCoRKLE, Treamrer. 

J. S. Brooks,^ 

J. M. IjOve, >■ Executive OommiUee. 

D. H. Cecil, J 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



The figures refer to the pages of the catalogue. The abbreviation Tr. = Trustee. 



Abney, F.W 142 

Abrahams, C. K 199 

Adams, J. G 142 

" R. H 57 

" T 83 

" W."8.'.'.*.!'.'.'.'.*. 148 

Adamson, J 153 

Aderhold, M. A 159 

Akers, J. T 46, 185 

Albert, F 148 

Alderson, W. B 159 

Aldrich, J 159 

Aldridge,T. S 135 

Alexander, A 7 

A.(D.D.)7,50 

" A 103 

« A.M 81 

" Andrew, 

37, 39, 50 

" C.H 100 

" G. D 94 

J. (Maj.) 

37,55 

« J. Ab 113 

J. Ay 81 

" J. M 98 

" J. McD. 

38, 106, 203 

" J. W 159 

" R 7,34 

T.W 65 

« W. (Tr.) 

35, 36, 39 

" W 59 

" W. A 100 

" W. D 76 

" W. L 79 

" W. McF. 195 

Alford, A.H 193 

" E. L 197 

' " F. A 106 

Allan, W 38,43 

Allen, D 142 

" H 170 

"J 9 

" j.'(Coi.')'.!]!!! 52 

220 



Allen, J. E.... 182 

" J. 1 159 

" Jno. J 67 

" J. J 148 

J. McC 197 

" J. W 204 

" L. S 90 

" R 67 

" R. H 165 

" T. H 170, 216 

" W. C 77 

Alley, L. S 153 

Allison, J. W 142 

Allyn, J. T 121 

Alston, B. F 142 

Altgelt, C. G 177 

Ambler, H. K 195 

" J. M. M 130 

Ames, H 174 

Ammen, M 46 

S.Z 142, 217 

Amole, J.P 123 

" T.F 123 

Anderson, B. D 64 

C. B 165 

C. E 153 

" C. W 174 

" D. C 96 

D. L 135 

" F.T.(Hon.) 

36, 38, 43, 80 

" F. T 130 

" G. B 195 

" G. L 100 

" J. M 103 

" J. P 165 

" J. R 39 

" J. R. (Jr.) 

177, 217 

Jno. T 38 

Jas.T 159 

" J. W 199 

" M 63 

P. N.B.... 135 
" W. A... 38, 123 
« W. F 165 



Anderson, W. N 78 

W. P 52 

" W. R 116 

Andrews, M. P 208 

Anthony, H 85 

J. B 207 

Antrim, C. B 180, 217 

J. L 182 

Apperson, R. C 208 

Archer, S 142 

Archibald, R 34 

Armentrout, E. R.... 186 

T. S 195 

Armistead, E. W 186 

J. W 89 

Armstrong, F. W 130 

" G. D..42, 214 

« J 108 

" J. G 213 

" R 212 

W. T 201 

Arnold, A. E 116 

E. P 113 

J.W 123 

" T. J 130 

Arrington, S 199 

Ashby, T. A 148,217 

" W.R 197,217 

Ashlan, J 57 

Ashley, W.H 195 

Ashmore, W. U 135 

Ashton,'J. J 59 

Atkinson, J. M. P... 212 

W. E 159 

Augustus, G. B 74 

Austin, A. A 153 

B 83 

" J. P 148 

S. T 153 

" W. L 159 

Avery, A. C 210 

Aylette,P 62 

" P. H 96 

Ayres,B 170 

" W.C 170 



Catalogue of Alumni. 



221 



Bacon, P. E 127 

" W. L 165 

Bader, J. H 197 

Bailey, E. B 59 

" S. M 98 

Bain, S. J 191 

Baker, A. M 148 

" G.B 135 

" G.L 115 

" J 50 

" S. D 103 

Baldwin, C.C 191 

R 191 

Balfour, W. L 154 

Ball, G. A 142 

Ballagh, J. C 195 

Ballard, J. W 180 

Ballentine, W 177 

Ballon, C. A 115 

Bankhead, C. L 57 

Banks, F. M 160 

" W. A 92 

Bannister, J. M 170 

Barbee, J 180 

Barber, E. L 46 

Barclay, A. H 119 

" A. T. (Col.). 

38,67 

A. T 38, 123 

E 71 

E. H 126 

H. (Tr.)...38, 69 

" H 177, 218 

" H. W 170 

J. M 92 

" J. Pax 135 

J. Pres 154 

" J.W 92 

J. W 189 

" L. T 109 

M.R 201 

" M.W 98 

W.F 148 

W. H...112, 206 

Barger, D. A 117 

Barksdale, A 119 

Barlow, J. S 142 

Barnard, G. M 165 

Barnes, A. L 77 

" G.W 135 

Barnett, H. C 126 

" W.H 128 

Barr, J. G 154 

" J. M 115 

" E.W 154 

Barrett, E.W ]95 

T 191 

Barringer, L. W 142 

Barrow, C. M 128 

" J. S 130 



Bartlette, O. H 180 

T. 1 154, 216 

Barton, D. R 180 

" J. J 159 

" P. W 195 

" R 121 

" R. M 142 

" R.R 38 

« R. T 105 

" S 68 

« T.H 135 

" W. H 187 

Bashaw, J. P 130 

Bass, W. E 64 

Bassett,W 63 

Bate, O. L 186 

Bateman, A. Q 165 

Batte, G. H 61 

" T 63 

" T.C 63 

Battle, T.E 154 

Batts, J 142 

Baugh, J. W 135 

Baxter, G. A. (D. D.) 

36, 38, 40, 41, 52 

" G. A 109 

" G. C 72 

" J. A 79 

" J. F 82 

" S. S 38,74 

Baylor, G 130 

« J. M 112 

" W. S. H..108, 204 

Bayly, R. B 148 

" R. H 24 

Beale, G. S 63 

" M. T 61 

" R. H 72 

Beall, C. F 165 

" H 130 

Bear, J. E 193 

Beard, T. R 94 

" W. S 90 

Beattie, J. W 186 

Beaty, S 52 

Becker, I. M 197 

Beckham, C. N 142 

Beckwith, R. W 160 

Bedford, G. T 142 

Beeckman, H. G 142 

Beers, O.S 135 

Begg8,W. E 154 

Beime, T. J 85 

Bell, A. M 142 

" A. N 154 

" C. J 112 

" C. M 130 

" C. W 123 

" F 86 

" F. M 160 



Bell, H. M 103 

" J. A 165 

« J. B 130 

" J. H 82 

" J. R 75 

" J. R. K 180 

" J.W 90 

" R.J 165 

" S 75 

" S.H 180 

" W.A 75 

" W.J 123 

" W. M 135 

" W. T 116 

Reiser, R.H 142 

Belt, A. C 160 

Bena vides, J 1 80 

Benjamin, J. P 212 

Bennett, C. S 154 

W. J 154 • 

Bentley,R.R 170 

Berkeley, E 45, 142 

L 165 

Berlin, A. F 130 

Berry, T 207 

Bethell, J. P 105 

Bettis, B. W 177 

Bevan, T. H 135 

BeveridgQ, F. D 217 

S. T 177 

Beverly, R. H 106 

Bias, J.W. W 199 

Bickham, W.L 195 

Billups, J. P 135 

Bine, H. T 174 

Binford,J.W 89 

" P. G 100 

Binns, C. H 126 

Bird, W. L 100 

Birely, Mrs. E. H 27 

" L. S 27, 136 

Bissell, C. S 195 

" D 148 

Bitzer,G. L 191 

Black, J. A 87 

" L.B 142 

" W. M 193 

Blackburn, S 37, 47 

Blackmar, J 154 

Blackwell, J. C 83 

Blackwood, R. E. L.. 201 

Blain, D. (Prof.) 40, 53 

" D 117,217 

" J. S 76 

" R.H 123,216 

" S. W 77 

Blair, J 55 

" J.S 160 

" W 213 

Blanding, J. McF.... 154 



222 



Catalogue of Alumni. 



Bledsoe, I. P 154 

K. B 186 

Bloch, E. S 201 

Block, L 170 

Blood, C. H 183 

Blow, T 148 

Blume, J. A 174 

Bockius, S. M 72 

Bocock, H. F 92, 218 

" J. H 212 

" J.P 174 

« W. K 180 

" W. S 94 

Boerner, H 183 

Boiling, T 68 

W. H 206 

" Y. D 68 

Bond,L. H 148 

Boney, A. M 165 

" W. B 165 

Bonner, A 148 

Booker, S. A 94 

W. G 115 

Boothe, G 65 

Boude, J. C 148 

Bouldin, B. B 170 

" K. C 204 

" T. T 90 

W 213 

Bowen, F. F 94 

" O.A.... 191 

Bower, L 148 

Bowie, W 39 

" W.R 180,217 

Bowles, A.J 83 

" J. H 83 

Bowman, A. B 183 

" F. H 189 

J.R 213 

Bowyer, C. L 85 

" E.F 113 

" H 10,37 

" H.M 75 

" H. W 68 

« J. (Gen.) 

9, 34, 36, 47 
« J. (Hon.).... 50 

" J 130 

« J. C 75 

« J. H 87 

« Luke 55 

" L 79 

« M.M 86 

" R. P 195 

" T.H 63 

" W 114 

« W. McD 135 

" W.S 90 

Boyce, S.0 195 

Boyd, A 148 



Boyd, A. H 154 

" E 50 

" 1 174 

" J. M 116 

" M. W 148 

" P. F 66 

" R 72 

" T. M 208 

Boyle, T. R 177 

« W 170 

Bradford, Mrs. J. S... 26 

" P. S 109 

" R. F 154 

V. L. 

26, 212, 213 

Bradley, B. A 123 

" C. H 65 

" J. C 160 

" J.W 191 

M. S 177 

V. F 180 

" W. G 195 

Brame, J. H 90 

Brandom, S. W 195 

Brandon, M. N 70 

" R. E 70 

W.L 71 

Branham, J. B 73 

Branner, H. B 142 

Brant, C. 183 

Bratton, J. McK 115 

Braxton, Carter 61 

" Corbin 61 

Breckenridge, A 47 

C 69 

J.(Gen.) 
10,47 

Jas 69 

J.(Hon.)47 
« Jno.... 78 

" J. D... 55 

R 47 

Breckinridge, C. R. 

39, 148, 218 
J.W.O. 

148 

Brent, W.D 170 

Brewer, J. B 148 

Brice,W 61 

Bridgeforth, R. E.... 115 

Bridgforth, J. W 142 

Brigham, W. A 103 

Bright, C. H 136 

Brister, M. W 180 

Britt, J. F 142 

Britton, W. H 59 

Broadnax, R 96 

Brock, B. T 195 

" W 142 

Brockenbrough, F. H. 154 



Brockenbrough, J. B. 

115, 208 
J. W. 
17, 18, 36, 
38, 43, 212 
R. L. 

45, 135 
W.N... 136 

Brodie, G. A 174 

Brooke, F. T 123 

(Gov.) 15 

Brooks, A 123 

" J. D 94 

" J. D 119, 206 

" J. S 186, 219 

" L 24 

" N. S 94 

" W 123 

" W. H 115 

Brown, A. B v.. 92 

" A. S 106 

" B. L 87 

" C. C 149 

" C. G 197 

" C. M 207 

" G 170 

" H 78 

" H. B 98 

" H. C 119 

" H. G 100 

" Jas. (Hon.).. 47 

" Jas 70 

" J. (D. D.)..7, 9, 34 
" J. (Gen.). ..37, 50 
" Jno. (Hon.).. 47 

" Jno 61 

" Jno 70 

" Jos 82 

" J. C 112 

" J. D 135 

" J.E 59 

" J. F 154 

" J. M. (D. D). 

74, 212 

" J. M 123 

" J. M 127 

" J. S 62 

" J. T 142 

" L 174 

" P. H 178 

" P. W 47 

" R. T 76 

" S. (Tr.) 37,53 

" S. (Dr.) 47 

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" S. C 160 

" S. H 106 

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« W. (Dr.) 48 

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" W.M.(Hon.) 117 

" W. M 165, 216 

" W. K 148 

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62 

" W 59 

Brownfield, H. C 191 

Brownlee, E. G 170 

" J P 183 

Broyles, D. W.. ..!.... 170 

Bruce, H 188, 216 

Bryan, C 136 

" D 59 

" D. M 98 

" E. E 165 

" E. J 135 

" E 135 

" S. S 135 

Buchanan, J 34 

Buck, R 61 

Buckingham, P. S.... 94 

Buckley, W. C 191 

Buford, F. G 165 

S 191 

Bugg, A. B 199 

" Q. T 193 

Bullock, J. M. 

130, 218, 219 

S. R 130 

Bullett, J. F 183 

Bullitt, J. C 187 

Burbank, C. W 154 

" D. R 149 

Burch, J.K.... 57 

" M 142 

Burks, E. C...92, 214, 218 

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" M. P 148 

" N.H 84 

" T.G 87 

Burnett, H. 154 

" W. E 148 

Burns, E 142 

Burriss, W. M 130 

Burroughs, A. H 189 

Burton, J. M 92 

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Buster, W. G 130 

Butler, E 57 

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Byrnside, H. C 126 

Cabaniss, G. C 100 

Cabell, A 165 

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" J. G 85 

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Cable, G. W 213 

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Calbreath, T. P 174 

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Calhoun, J. C 165 

J. W 142 

N. C 73 

P 41, 42 

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Call, M 110 

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Callaway, J. S 85 

Callison, J. S 201 

Calvert, G. E 207 

Calwell, Aug. A 84 

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B 84 

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Camden, G. D 207 

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Cameron, A. W...119, 209 

Cammack, A. J 199 

" E 199 

" E. P 160 

Camp, W. A 174 

Campbell, Alex 36 

A. (Col.) 36, 48 

" A. N 130 

A. P 90 

" C. (Col.) 

9, 35, 37 

C. F 76 

C. E 114 

D 48 

E. D 183 

" F. H 199 

H. D 

42, 46, 191 

" I. N 170 

J 116, 207 

" J. A 90 

J. A. (Hon.) 

212 

J. D 103 

J. G 149 

" J. H 160 

" J.L.(LL.D.) 
42,96 



Campbell, J. L. 

39, 178, 215 
" J.M.(Eev.) 55 

" J. M 154 

" J. P 37, 50 

" J. T 180 

" Jas. W 195 

" Jno. W 53 

" L. L 201 

" E. A 160 

" E. F. E 186 

" E. G Ill 

" S. B 108 

« S. D 82 

" S. L. (Dr.) 

36,37,39,40,50 

" S.L 106 

" S. E 77 

" T. J 84 

" W. (Gen.)... 4& 

" W. A 44, 109 

« W. G 77 

" W. M 77 

" W. S 193 

Canter, L W 186 

Cantrell, D. H 197 

Capen, N 212 

Carichoff, E. E 46, 197 

Carlisle, J. B 136 

J. G 214 

L. L 191 

W. K 189 

Carlton, H. G 149 

W. E 108 

Carpenter, E. E 166 

" T. J 128 

Carper, W. C... .'.!'.*.'.'. 205 

Carr, H. S 210 

Carrick, S 37, 48 

Carrington, A.. B 204 

" Clem 61 

Cod 74 

D. C 149 

" E. C 62 

" G. P 86 

J. L 85 

" J. M 87 

J. McD.. 114 

J.W 115 

P 12 

S. W 74 

T 73 

T. T. B... 100 
" Walt. C. 68 

" Wm. C... 205 

" W. C. p. 112 

Carroll, J. V 160 

Carskaddon, F. D 149 

Carson, E. L 130 

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Carson, W. W 45, 142 

Carter, C 70 

" F. L 189 

« H 85 

« H 143 

" H.S 166 

" J.G 178 

« J. J 149 

« K 189 

« L 74 

« L. S 166 

« W. A 197 

" W. D 188 

Carty, J 160 

Caruthers, A. A 78 

" B. F 81 

« C. F 87 

" E. G 83 

" H.A 92 

« Jas 53 

" Jas 68 

" Jno 10 

« Jno 58 

" Jno. F... 38, 68 

" M 65 

« S 74 

« W. A 73 

« W. G 121 

" W. H 71 

Cash, R. J 136 

" W. B 143 

Caskie, J. K 85 

" J. N 86 

Cason, S. C 174 

Cassell, L 191 

Castleman, G. A 136 

Caswell, W 131 

Cater, W.E 143 

Cating, E.W 207 

Catlett, R. H 206 

Cavendish, W. H 10 

Cavitt, B. B 199 

« J. F 201 

" W. S 201 

Cazenove, A. C... 130 

Cecil, D. H 186, 219 

" M. H 154 

Chaires, B.C 127 

Chalmers, A. E 197 

H. C 112 

Chamberlain, G. E... 178 

Chambers, M 61 

Chandler, A. B 131 

*' De L. M... 165 

" S. T 103 

" Walter T.. 155 

W. T 207 

Chaney, L. B 170 

Chapin, W. T 127 

Chapman, A. A 136 



Chapman, C. J 136 

« G. B 121 

" S 65 

Charlton, W. B 64 

Charters, W. A 193 

Chase, F. L 193 

Cheairs, N. B 136 

Cheatham, S 170 

Cheek, E. A..... 136 

(( J L 136 

Chenowith, B.'d.V.!!! 205 

Cherry, J. B 209 

Chessher, D. S 193 

Chester, J 123 

S. H 160 

" W. Y 116 

Chevalier, N 38 

Chick, R. W 62 

Child, J. C 201 

Childers, W. B 170 

Chinn, J. W 207 

Chipley, J. J 207 

T. L. M 209 

Chrisman, G. H 71 

H 90 

" J 92 

" Z. T 131 

Christian, A. G 112 

" B.18, 38,43, 100 

C. B 205 

" E. C. E.... 166 

" F. R 84 

« G 55 

" J. F 61 

" L. S 189 

« S. B 94 

T. J 208 

W. (Col.). 

9, 34, 36 

" W 61 

Christy, J. S 155 

Cinnamond, G. R 131 

Circle, C.S 121 

Claiborne, F. L 86 

J. L 100 

" N. C 89 

Clark, C 10 

" C. (Hon.) 50 

« G. T 209 

" J. P..... 186 

" J. S 149,216 

Clarke, B 174 

" E.P 154 

" W 82 

Claughton, R 149 

Clay, C. B 94 

" J. C.J 136 

« J. F 197 

« H 136 

« M. H 195 



Clayton, J. P. B 64 

" G. W 62 

Cleage, J. H 143 

" S. R 143 

" W.C 143 

Cleghorn, S. B 119 

Clemmitt, C. W 149 

Clinkscales, J. H 178 

Clopton, D 68 

Close, W 55 

Clowney, J. L 55 

Coalter, G 58 

" J 10, 37, 51 

" T. S 55 

Cochran, A. B 114 

J. S 206 

" KG 160 

Cochrane, W. G 136 

Cock, J. T 174 

Cocke, A. R 183, 219 

" E. R 117 

" J. P 130 

" L. H 183 

" S 64 

" T. L. P 116 

" W. F 114 

Cockrell, A 170 

" D.C 136 

F 183 

" F. M...180, 216 

" J. E 191 

R 166 

Cockrill, B. F 193 

S. R 143, 218 

Coe, B. H. N 174 

" H. S 174 

" J. S... 201, 218 

" W.G. (D.D.)... 213 

" W. G 174 

" W. P. C 181 

Coffin, J. McK 166 

" J. W 149 

" R.W 160 

Coffman, M. D 105 

Coiner, D. H 79 

" T.J.S 188 

Coker, W. W 130 

Colbert, H. F 199 

Coleman, C 128 

" F 143 

" H. N 61 

" J. M 87 

" L 55 

" N 154 

" P. G 68 

" R.G 61 

" S. T 121 

" W 193 

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Coles, J. S 96 

" Jas. T 69 

" Jno. T 72 

" E. T 70 

" W 62 

CJoIlier, C. F 100 

Collins, E. W 160 

" K. E 160 

" W. W 136 

Colston, E 131 

R. E 210 

Colyar, J.B 128 

" W. E 136 

Compton, G. P 205 

J. R 118 

R. K 123 

" W. H...105, 204 

Connella, T. L 155 

Conner, W. C 130 

Connerey, J. E 174 

" W. L 96 

Conrad, F. E 149 

Cook, J. A 160 

" W. B 72 

" W. L 85 

Cooke, C. M 188 

" J. E 130 

Copland, P 98 

Corbin, J.P 130 

Corcoran, W. W..23, 24, 38 

Corry, J. A 189 

" R. E 188 

Cosby, D 115, 207 

Cosner, W. F 178 

Cotton, J. A 166 

Cottrell, J 212 

Covell, W. R 136 

Cowan, A. McD. 88 

" H. L 160 

" J. A 79. 

" R. E 204 

Cox, F. M 121 

" C.A 98 

" C.L 193 

" L. B 183 

Coyner, S. B 209 

Cozart, J. P 160 

Crabb, F. T 58 

Craig, A 155 

" G.McC 191 

" G. S 174 

" H. B 118 

" J.J 78 

" J.N Ill 

" R 62 

Craighead, H. Z 128 

Craighill, W. P 188 

Crawford, B. L 143 

C 51 

" C. G...178, 218 



Crawford, E 35, 37, 48 

G. B 154 

G. E 155 

J 61 

J. A 76 

J.D.(Dr.) 114 

J. D 149 

J. L 126 

N 51 

" R.J 98 

R. L 69 

Wm 59 

Wash 77 

Crenshaw, J 71 

W. T 183 

Cresap, C. J. P 206 

Crittenden, J. J 58 

Crocken,F. J 126 

Crockett, J. S 136 

M.S 105 

R 58 

Crommelin, C. R 166 

H 136 

J. G 136 

Crosland, E 149 

S. H 143 

Cross, W.R 75 

Crouch, A. L 92 

J. G 63 

Crump, G.W 55 

Crusolle,H 40 

Crutchfield, C. M 199 

Culp, C. C 183 

Culton,Z. J 114 

Cumming, R. A. R. .. 170 

W 188 

Cummings, A. S 89 

" C 9, 34 

G. W. S.. 101 

" H. E 131 

J. C 101 

Cunliffe, C 59 

" J. H 59 

Cunningham, C. C... 181 
J. S.... 71 

R 61 

Cuny, M. P 154 

Currell, W. S 46, 186 

Curry, D. P 90 

" J.W 89 

Custer, P. M 90 

I>abney, C. E 108 

" F.B 149 

G. E 40 

John 94 

J.C 131,218 

W. A 160 

W. 108 



Dailey, C. A 174 

Daily, C.J 128 

Daingerfield, F.A.... 209 

Dancey,W. F 131 

Dancy, E. L 136 

Dandridge, P. P 171 

Daniel, J. W 214 

" R.V 95 

Daniels, W. C 127 

Dantzler, F. A 178 

Darnall, H. T 119 

Darst, B 55 

Davenport,. A. C 143 

G 201 

" W 90 

David, J. C 136 

Davidson, A. B 37, 59 

A. H 87 

A. L 121 

C.B 88 

" F 116 

" Givens 121 

" Greenlee, 

114, 207 

« H. G 98 

J. D 38, 81 

" P 183 

" P. A 123 

" W. L 79 

W.S 96 

Davie, H. N 143 

Davies, S. R 72 

" W. B 110 

Davis, B. M 128 

" C 136 

" C. M 170 

" E. B 149 

" G. M 160 

" J. B 207 

" J. C Ill, 208 

" J.J 205 

" L.T 131 

" P. H 96 

" R 53 

" R. A 131 

" R. C 208 

" R.J 85 

" R.T 213 

" T. B 149 

" Walter 9 

" Whiting 53 

" W.D 90 

" W. G 199 

" W. W 143 

Davison, G. J 127 

P. G 155 

Davisson, A. P 205 

Dawson, J. L 101 

J.M 170 

P. S 106 



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Day, E. C 193 

" W. E 155 

Dazey, G. A 155 

" K.F 170 

Deaderick, C 143 

1 131 

Deane, F. B 66 

De Frouville, F 128 

De Gomez, E. A 155 

Delaplane, C 143 

De Montel, E 188 

Denis, G. J 183 

Dennis, E. F 39, 100 

" T.H 136 

" W. H 98 

Denny, H. L 199 

Derr,C.W 136 

" E. Z 137 

De Saussure, L. C 155 

Desha, C 160 

" J 160 

" L 39, 45, 160 

De8hon,C.A 46, 178 

" E.E 166 

Despard, B. McM 166 

Dettor, J 81 

DeVore, J.W 178 

Deweese, J. S 174 

T. F 136 

Dibrell, G 166 

" L 90 

Dickey, T. A 160 

Dickinson, H. C 204 

H. M 188 

Dickson, P 149 

" C. F 193 

" E.H 183 

" J. M 190 

Digges, E 204 

Dillard,J.H 46,181 

Divine, S. W 131 

Dixon, A. C 214 

" F. M 160 

" W. B 195 

" W. P 206 

Doak, H 65 

" S 35, 48 

Dod, C. S 45 

Dold, C. M 126 

" E. P 136 

" G. A 166 

" S.M 103 

« W 39, 98 

" W.E 178 

Dolen, J. H.P 174 

Dolly, W.L 189 

Donald, J. C 155 

" W. A 105 

" W. K 105 

Donegan, C. A 131 



Donnally, L. F 98 

Dorman, C. P 66 

J. B 90 

" W. B 103 

Dortch, I. F 143 

Doswell, B. F 106 

" T. W 98 

Douglas, E. D 106 

" J. L.. 160 

" H. K 208 

Douglass, E. W 119 

J. A 205 

Dowell, J. W 143 

Dowman, J. W 72 

Downs, C. M 160 

" F. F 178 

Drake, J 78 

Drennen, C. H 137 

" H. C 137 

Dryden, E. H 183 

Du Bocage, E 137 

Dudley, P. B. D 143 

S. J 197 

Dufour, A. J 190 

" H. L 174 

Duke, T. M 64 

Dulaney, W. H 186 

Durable, E. T 170 

Dunbar, E 170 

Duncan, A. L 199 

G. W 137 

Dunlap, J. M 116 

J. W 143 

M. D 92 

W. M 46, 166 

" W. W 171 

Dunlop, D 121 

Dunn, C. C 193 

" E 69 

Dunwoody, J. H 155 

Dupuy, J. J 92 

Durrett, M 58 

W. T 174 

Dutton, F 76 

Duvall, H 155 

" J. P 59 

Dwight, H. E 213 

Dyer, E. P 137 

Eager, G. B 183 

Early, H 64 

" J 63 

Eaton, T.T 131,213 

Echard, C. W 186 

Echols, E 86 

E. (Hon.).... 143 

" J. (Gen.) 38 

" J 91 

" J. E 124 



Echols, E. J 87 

Edgar, T 37 

Edmiston, A 161 

E 48 

Edmonds, W 46, 166 

Edmondson,C 174 

" J 64 

" Jas. K. 

38,39,111,149 

" Jno.K 79 

" J.M 92 

" W. E 105 

Edmundson, J 34 

Edwards, J. L 131 

Eells, E. B 188 

Effinger, C. H 128 

G. M...103, 218 

G. M 171 

G. W 128 

J. F 149 

L. G 161 

Egan, G. W 193 

Eggleston, H. W 201 

Eidson, H 131 

Elcan, J 60 

" M 59 

Elder, M. W 178 

Ellis, N. D 78 

" P 62 

" E. S. (Maj.).... 91 

" E.S 96 

" T 105 

" W. 166 

Emanuel, M 155 

English, P. D 155, 218 

Epes, J.F 131 

" T. P 171 

Epps,W. P 79 

Erskine, A 85 

Ervin,C 55 

" E 55 

Erwin, B 35 

" J 82 

" W 58 

" W. M 195 

Estes, A. C 137 

" T. M 197 

Estill, B 53 

" C. P 112 

" C.E 127 

" H 42, 44, 121 

" J. L 116 

" J. M 53 

" E. K 118 

" W. C 131 

'" W. W... 137 

Etheridge, W. C 175 

Eustis,W. L 155 

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Evans, W.H 149 

Everett, T. T 213 

Evins, J. S 121 

Ewell, B. S 42 

Ewing, J. D 37, 60 

J. 203 

J. T 149 

J.W 137- 

R D 85 

E 137 

KM 100 

W. D 108 

W. M 143 

W. P 96 

W. T 190 

Fackler, D. T 171 

Fain, W. M 183 

Pair, J. S 166 

Paison, G. M 188 

" W. F 197 

Falkner, W. H 171 

Farmer, S. M 161 

Farnham, H. W 171 

Farnum, J. W 42 

Farrar, F 171 

" H 161 

Feagin, N. B 149 

Fearn, G 70 

" T 60 

Ferguson, J. M 131 

Fergusson, H. B..,46, 171 

" R. C 143 

Ferneyhough, G. N.. 209 

Field, E 155 

" E. D. G 190 

" F 171 

" J 64 

" J. W 176 

" E. H 64 

Figgatt, J. H. H. 118, 217 

" E. C 143 

" E. H 143 

" T.G 190 

" W. F 114 

Finley, D. H 81 

" G. W 118 

" W 84 

Finney, E. D 107 

W. S 161 

Fishburn, J. M....40, 107 

Fishburne, CD Ill 

J. A..149, 219 
J.W..197,219 

E.B 143 

Fisher, F. D 191 

" F. K 155 

" J. S 98 

" S. E 161 



Fisher, T. T 155 

Fisk, G. F 131 

Fitzgerald, W 84 

Fitzhugh, C. E. S 74 

J. E 65 

N.F 88 

Fleet, W.T 96 

Fleming, J. C 58 

E. H 155 

T 161 

" T. J 48 

W. (Col.)..9, 34 

W 55 

Fletcher, H. D 201 

J 155 

P 91 

W.W 166 

Flewellen, E. T 137 

Floed, S. F 183 

Flood, H. D 193 

" J.W 61 

" W. W 208 

Flournoy, C. B 63 

D 53 

" E. H 101 

" G. H 72 

G. W 72 

S. B 64 

T. H 72 

" T. J 72 

Foley, J. W 71 

Fontaine, J. D 68 

J. M 73 

W.S 100 

Foote, G. W 71 

" H.S 73 

" E.H 73 

Ford, A. J 171 

" A. L 149 

" B.B 175 

" J. A 143, 217 

Forqueran, F 72 

Forrester, W.S... 188, 216 

Forsythe, J. H 190 

Fort, W. V 178 

Foscue, F. F 98 

Foster, J. D 210 

" J. F 60 

" M. J 137 

" E. W 131 

" T. D 181 

Fouke, C. F 149 

Fowler, J. T 124 

Fowlkes, L. P 96 

Fox, W. E 131 

Francisco, C. C 89 

C.L.(Tr.) 38 

C. L 118 

" J. H 143 

W. F 166 



Franck, J. M 161 

Frank, W. C 166 

Franklin, J. E 71 

Frayser, J. C 171 

Frazer, H .♦. 68 

J. H 144 

Frazier, J. L 137 

W.A 143 

Freeman, A 58 

C.W...171, 219 

E. E 127 

T. J 110 

French, F. 25 

Fretwell, B. F 155 

Friend, C. T 107 

Frierson, L. S 137 

E.E 191 

Frost, J. B 193 

Fry, H 118 

" J. J 116 

Fulcher, J. A 181 

Fulkerson, J. B 188 

Fuller, J 39, 44, 88 

" N. B 137 

Fulton, J. A 161 

" W 155 

Fultz, A. H 115 

Fuqua, G 98 

" W 95 

Gadsden, KM 190 

J 175 

Gaines, A. W 188 

" E. F 72 

" E.J 72 

" T.C 137 

" W 82 

" W. P 137 

Galbraith, A. J 87 

E.S 144 

Gallaher, C. M 127 

D. C 126 

H. L 155 

" J. N 210 

Gamble, C. B 98 ' 

J 62 

E 48 

" T. S 110 

W. C 96 

Gannaway, E. W 95 

W. E 96 

Garber, A. M 84 

" W.H 78 

Garden, J. B 101 

Gardiner, D. E 100 

Gardner, J. S 214 

Garland, H.S 84 

" J. A. B 85 

" J. B 74 



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Garland, J. E. C 85 

L. C 42 

Garnett, W. K 209 

Garrett, C. C 144, 216 

". H. L 171 

" J. McD 201 

Gaston, E. F 196 

Gatewood, A. M 73 

" T. H 209 

Gay, J. B 150 

" J. H 161 

" W. S. M 103 

Gayer, W.J 175 

Gayle,J 171 

Gee, G. E 118 

Gentry, A 137 

George, J. B 131 

" J. C 178 

Getzendanner, H. C. 186 

Gibbs,O.H 144 

" W.J 150 

Gibson, E. B 144 

" G. B 45, 155 

" G.K 79 

« J. A 114 

« J. R 78 

" J. S 124 

« R.T 79 

" I. V 118 

« W.W 178 

Gilbert, A. C... 144 

" W. McK 181 

Gilham,J. F.. 126 

« W. H 127 

Gilkeson, A. T 103 

CD 197 

« D. V 105 

" F. M 118 

J. W 119 

Gillaspie, G. W 192 

" J. K. P.... 175 

Gillespie, R. N 128 

Gilliam, S. Y 144 

W.W 72 

Gillis, A. B 171 

Gillison, W. E. G.... 107 

Gilman, W. S 207 

Gilmer, G. H 118 

J 98 

" J.H 209 

Gilmore, Jno 55 

" Jos 85 

« Jas. H 103 

« J. Harvey.. 120 

R 58 

" T. R 85 

Given, J. J 137 

Givens, S.W 113 

Gladden, T.L 197 

Glasgow, A. McN.... 95 



Glasgow, F. T 103 

F.T 171,215 

J.R 98 

" R 175 

R. A Ill 

W.A.(Tr.) 

38,98 
" W. A. ..199, 217 

Glass, J 63 

" W. S 171 

" W. W 113 

Gleaves, J. T 207 

Glendy, T. H 137 

Glenn, J. M 186 

" W.J. P 167 

Glover, C 107 

E. A 171 

Godown,J. M 107 

Godson, R 196 

Godwin, J.R 116,217 

T.J 124 

Goff;C 206 

Goggans, J. A 171 

Gold, A 65 

" A 77 

" J 75 

" J. A 124 

" L.0 144 

" S 84 

" S. McD 131 

" W. McD 76 

Goldsby, J.W.W.... 190 
Goldthwaite^ F. E.... 171 

Golladay, P. H 81 

Gomez, E. A. de 155 

Gonzalez, R 144 

Goodall, C. P 105 

Goode, J. B 192 

" J 203 

" T.J 70 

Goodlett, A. E 137 

" A.R 137 

Goodloe, J. C 161 

Goodwin, D. H 196 

H 73 

H 108 

" J.J 100 

J. M 71 

W 62 

W. H 108 

Gordon, A.N 166 

" E.C 39, 137 

" G. A 115 

" H 186 

" J. G 137 

" Jas.W 92 

" Jos. W 131 

" Jo8.W 137 

« T. R 161 

Goree, P. K 137 



Gorman, G. H 197 

W 155 

Goul, J. M Ill 

Gould, C. C 121 

Gowen, F. B 213 

Grady, C. P 44 

Graham, A 76 

E. (Prof.) 
37, 39, 42, 51 

« E 81 

E.A 161 

E. L. (Dr.) 101 

E. L 188 

J 40, 55 

" J. A 110 

« J. D 116. 

J. M 137 

J.McD..114,208 

" S.J 190,215 

S. L 66 

T. K 137 

W...8, 9, 11, 12,. 
13,34,36,40,41 

" W. A 68 

W.L.(Dr.) 72. 

W.L 98 

Grammar, Jas 214 

Jno 212 

Grant, J. A 128 

" L. P 128 

Grasty, J. S 93- 

" T. P 161 

Grattan, J 34 

R 38 

Graves, C. A. 

43,45,166,215 

" J. A 150' 

" W. S 161 

Gray, A. S 84 

" F.V 131 

" H. P 191 

" J 60 

" N 131 

« 155 

" P. L 201 

" W.W 155 

Grayum, F.J 192 

Gregory, W 175- 

Green, B 208 

" J 155 

" J.J 131 

" J.N 161 

" L.P 131 

" R.C 144 

« W. F 166" 

Greene, S. E 175^ 

Greenlee, E 53 

" E.G 105 

" J 55 

J. H. E.... 82: 



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Greenlee, J. S 119 

S 48 

S. (Dr.).... 55 

" W. W 124 

Orey, J. M 150 

Grier,J. C 212 

Oriffin.D. F 131 

" T 87 

" W. L 78 

Origgs, L 62 

Origsby, A. A. P 72 

A.J 95^ 

" B 37, 51 

G. H. B 96 

« J. A 87 

" J. S 86 

J. W 86 

« E 38, 53 

Oroesbeeck, I. N 137 

Grove, J 88 

" J.B 175 

" J. K 100 

Grubb, J. W 137 

Grymes, T 55 

Guerrant, H. E 76 

J. R 199 

S.S 199 

Guice, J 155 

GuUion, G. E 190 

Ounn, R. D 197 

" W. P 192 

Gunter, J. C 178 

Gurley, J. W 144 

Guthrie, E.L 166 

" J.B 166 

" J.T 121 

" W.C 166 

Ouy,J. E 118,210 

" J. M 44, 114 

" J.R 137,216 

Gwathmey, G. N 95 

J. H 72 

Gwynn, F. G 127 

Haden, W. W 144 

Hagan, W. C 91, 217 

Haines, W. H 55 

Hairston, M 75 

N. P 63 

" Peter 72 

P. C 97 

S 75 

" S 75 

•* S. H 99 

S. W 103 

Haislip, R. D 175, 218 

Haldeman, J. A 175 

Hele, P. S 72 

Hall, C. K 138 



Hall, 1 51 

" J. (D.D.) 214 

" J 51 

" J.T 204 

" O. P 105 

" S.W 201 

" T 51 

Hallett, R.J 124 

Hamill, H. H 186 

Hamilton, Alex 167 

" Ashby 138 

A. H 150 

" Alex. L... 101 

" Arch. L... 138 

J 51 

" J. C 194 

J. G 85 

" Jos. H 171 

" Jno.H.188,216 

J. L Ill 

W. E 198 

W.W 131 

Hamlet, J.T 208 

Hamlin, J. C 75 

W 71 

Hammett, J. P 109 

Hampton, A 194 

Hanger, J 61 

J. E 124 

Hanna, C. M 150 

" E. H 194 

" J. K.P 144 

" T. C 150, 216 

Hanson, T.J. M 129 

Han way, W. 208 

Hardaway, R 66 

Hardeman, W. P 131 

Hardin, A. B 161 

<« j^ L 199 

Harding, J.B.. '.'.'.'..'.'. 70 

W. G 184 

Hardy, C 103 

U. E: 105 

" W. F 171 

Hare, W. H 99 

Harman, M. G...161, 219 

Harper, C. M Ill 

" G. K 105 

" J. H. H 127 

Harrell, W. J 131 

Harrington, J. B 129 

Harris, B 65 

" C 85 

" C. B 198 

" C. J 41 

" C. M 120 

" C. N 110 

" E 64 

" E. A 199 

" E. S 167 



Harris, H. H 212 

" H. T 58 

" J 56 

« J. M 131 

« J. M 194 

« J. W 84 

" J.W 127 

" S. G 79 

" Wm 65 

" Wilson 65 

" W. B 132 

« W. B. T 192 

" W. H 78 

" W. W. H. 

46, 178, 218 

Harrison, C. B 76 

C. H 70 

C. T 204 

" E 212 

" E. C 93 

" G. B 126 

" 1 161 

" J. A 41 

" Ja8.T 132 

Jno. T 138 

M. W 138 

" P 68 

" R 68 

R. C 79 

" T. R 95 

Harry, J. J 175 

Hart, E. J 150 

« G. H 138 

" J. B 73 

" J. M 110 

Hartwell, N. W 171 

Harvey, C. M 103 

" H. H 178 

" R. Breck.... 103 
" R. Barton... 103 

" T. H 138 

" W 63 

« W. M 99 

W. W 178 

Harvie, E. J 58 

" J 55 

" L 56 

" R 10 

Harwood, M 156 

Haskins, C 131 

J. B 75 

Hatcher, E. D 129 

" W. D 167 

Hatchett, W. G 201 

Haupt, VV. W 105 

Haw, G. P 132 

Hawkins, C. M 132 

" J 51 

'' U'K.Z'. 132 

Hawks, J. P 167 



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Hawn, H. G 196 

Hay, J 181 

" N. B 193 

Hayes, H. L 138 

Haymond, L. D 207 

Hayne, P. H 213 

Haynes, J 120 

Hays, A 58 

" John 36, 48 

" Joseph 51 

" J. B 66 

" Jas. C 66 

" Jno.C 144 

" M 56 

Hayslett, A. J 115 

Hayth, E. B 201 

Haythe, M. H 197 

Hazlewood, N 124 

Headly, E. C 167 

Hearne, C. C 137 

J.R 156 

« M. A 129 

M. T 129 

Heath, J. P 167 

Hdbert, J. A 132 

" O. P 132 

Hedger, C. W 138 

Heiskell, F. H...161, 216 

" L P 118 

Henderson, A. T 156 

F.W 156 

F.W 210 

" W. P 144 

Hendly, J.A 181 

Hendren, J 56, 212 

S. R 103 

Hendricks, J. R 103 

Henley, R. L 207 

Henry, E.W 61 

" John 66 

" Joseph 132 

" N 60 

" W 66 

Hensell, L. M 178 

Hensley, J. 208 

Herff, A. C 181 

Herndon, W. C 184 

Herring, J. S 66 

Herron, A 37, 40, 212 

Heyer, J. C 201 

Heyward, D. C 198 

W.I 161 

Hibben, C. K 150 

Hickman, W. P 44, 90 

Hicks, R. L 156 

" W.L 150 

Hiden, P. B 132 

Higgins, C. G 190 

Hightower, J. E 150 

R.H 150 



Hill, A 102 

" C. G 83 

" C. M 129 

" D. H 42 

" F.W 138 

" G 181 

" H. A 150 

" H. K 156 

" J 71 

" J. H 172 

" J.I 110 

Hillis, W 6^ 

Hobbs, C. H 175 

Hobson, J. D 99 

J. P 150 

" W. C 99 

" W. T 138 

Hoffman, T.W 207 

W. H 178 

Hogan, O. P 150 

Hoge, J. B 60 

" M 37, 48 

" M. D 214 

Hogshead, A. L 97 

M.W. D.. 109 

W.H 93 

Hogue, C. D 150 

" W. F 167 

Holbrook, G. C 150 

T 64 

Holcombe, A. L 105 

J. H.L... 167 

J.W 103 

W. H 100 

Holland, N.L 132 

Hollings, E. B 186 

HoUoway, J. B 167 

T. B 167 

Hollyday, R. C 186 

Holman,C.A 118 

S.W 144 

W. A 113 

Holt, D. S 116 

" J. R 203 

" J.W 183 

" S.W 109 

" W 85 

Hoomes, B. P 89 

Hoover, H. L 44, 121 

Hope, A. J. B 213 

" W. B 208 

Hopkins, A 212 

" J. D 188 

J. W 91 

" W. S 186 

Horsley, F. C 95 

J 60 

N.C 64 

S.C 58 

Hoskinson, J.W 184 



Hounshell, D. S 205 

Houser,W. F. N 132 

Houston, A. C 155 

A.M 116 

" Aug. W.... 144 

" Arch. W... 193 

D. G. (Dr.) 77 

" D. G....115, 207 

" G. W 91 

H. H 25. 38 

" H.T 196 

' " H. W 56 

" Jno.(Tr.),35,37 

J 48 

« J. C 109 

" J. R 113 

" L. W 196 

M 51 

" M.H.(D.D.) 

44, 120 

M. H 78 

« P. B 161 

" R 56 

" R.R 113 

S 9,39 

« S 37,48 

" S. R 38 

« S. R 212 

" T. D 132 

" W.H...110, 204 

" W. P 132 

W.W 118 

Houtz, J. P 132 

Howard, C. R 105 

" F. T 171 

H. T 171 

N. P 23 

Howie, W.S 91 

Howell, C. H 132 

" D J 192 

Hubbard, L. w!'.!.'.".' 161 

Hudgins, M. S 178 

W 194 

Hudson, J. L 171 

J. P 43, 77 

« R.M 82 

" T. D 107 

Huggins, 156 

Hughes, B 209 

W. A 178 

Huling, P. H; 190 

Hull, H. B 156 

" J 99 

" wV.V.V.V.'.'.!!!]!'.'. 100 

Humbird, J. S 138 

J.W 138 

Humes, M 132 

Humphreys, D. C. 

43, 46, 183, 215 
" D.C.(Rev.) 97 



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Humphreys, J. B 144 

J. M 93 

L. W.... 201 
" M. W. 

43, 45, 144 
W. F.... 105 

Humphries, J. H 194 

Hundley, G. J 209 

" J. H 109 

Hunt, J. H 144 

" J. T 132 

Hunter, D 16 

" D. W 156 

" G. B 102 

" H. F 89 

J. A 89 

J. C 88 

K. L 199 

" K. P 138 

Hurst, J. W 112 

Hurt, M. B 137 

" W.H 156 

Hutchinson, J. B 201 

T. S 201 

Hutter, E. S 208 

Hyams, R. K 167 

Hyde, C. C 112 

« J. H 103 

Imboden, J. A. R... 112 

J. D 97 

Ingles, A 127 

" C. H 102 

" W 144 

Inglis, J. H 138 

Tnskeep, P.W 184 

Irby, F. F 129 

Ireland, J. T 194 

Irons, A. G 200 

Irvin, \V 9, 34 

Irvine, J 64 

" T 68 

" W 61 

Irwin, H.D 201 

" L. W 200 

Isbell, J. E 150 

" L. D 99 

Iverson, J. S 156 

Jack, B 181 

" S 184 

Jackman, H. M 194 

Jackson, A. H 116 

A. P 150 

" J.C 144 

J. M 161 

J. T 156 

T. M 167 



Jacob, H 56 

Jacobs, W. B 167 

James, A. R 104 

" B. 172 

" E. A 105 

" E. W 110 

" G.H 104 

" G.W..127,213,217 

" H 99 

" J. Q 93 

" J. S... 100 

" N. R 110 

Jameson, A 129 

Jamison, J. H 138 

Janney, E. S 71 

Jarratt, W. S 172 

Jayne, J. M 162 

Jeffreys, Wm. C 91 

Jemison, S. H 156 

Jenkins, J. F 144 

W. D 161 

'\ W. T. T 161 

Jennings, J 91 

Jett, J 132 

Johnson, A. S 144 

" E 56 

Jno. B 144 

" Jos. B 156 

« J. E 190 

Jas. F 38 

Jos. F 194 

J. L 162 

" J. R 121, 217 

" J.W 184 

" L. F 188 

" Mercer W.. 167 
" Merrill W.. 190 

" N. S 181 

R. M 156 

" T. G 162 

" W 150 

" W 172 

" W. D 167 

" W. P 138 

" W. P 144 

" W. S 156 

Johnston, A. S 184 

" G 175 

J 51 

" J. F 186 

J. M 81 

« J.V 132 

" J. W 209 

« M 196 

R 91 

T. H...113, 207 

" W. G 89 

" Walter M.. 184 
« Wm. M. 

124, 216 



Johns 


,ton,W. McE.. 


150 


(( 


W. N 


162 


(( 


W. P.... 43 


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« 


W. R 


167 


u 


Z 37, 48 


Jones, A. S 


132 




B. L 


156 




C 


129 




C. A 


198 




C.W 


97 




D 


73 




D. D 


138 




KG 


181 




E.M 


63 




E. T 


102 




E.V 


132 




Gustavus A.. 


62 




Geo. A 


113 




G W 


95 




H. H 


. 127 




J. E 


. 107 




J. H. B 


. 132 




Jno. K 


132 




Jas. K 


. 198 




J. L 


162 




J.W 


213 




L 


. 72 




L.C 


175 




McK 


. 210 




P 


73 




R.H 


9m 




R. L 


. 196 




R. M 


. 138 




S 


66 




S. C 


. 102 




T. S 


. 206 




W 


. 66 




W. D 


. 118 




W.S 


. 161 


Jordan, A. F 


. 78 




C. S 


. 172 




E. C 18^ 


,218 




F. S 


. 127 




H. E 


. 121 




Jas.L 


. 79 




J. L 


. 127 




J. R 


. 68 




J. R.(Jr.).. 


. 188 




J. W 


. 78 




R. D 


. 95 




S. H..... 


. 194 




S. N 


. 161 




Tavenner.... 


. 72 




Thos 


. 75 




W.H 


. 104 


Joynes, E. S 


. 41 




W. T 


. 212 


Junkin, D. P 


. 190 




G 36, 40, 41 




G. E ... 


. 192 



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Junkin, G. G 120, 217 

W. F 110, 212 

Kaminski, E. W 198 

Kampmann, G. A.... 179 

Katow, J 172 

Kay8er,W. B 82 

Kean, J 56 

Keeble,T.M 138 

Keen, C. B 132 

" W. W 132 

Keith, H.T 181 

Keithley, C. H 156 

Kelley,J. J 66 

" J. W 74 

" W.F 68 

Kelly, H 194 

" J 190 

" J. C 167 

Kemper, C.E 192 

" J. L 95 

Kennedy, B. O'N 156 

J.M 132 

J. W 188 

« S. B 144 

« T.P.. 150 

" W. K..200, 218 

Kenney, Jas 90, 218 

Jno.(Hon.) 64 

" J 105 

J. F 200 

Kennon,W.V 126 

Kent, J. B 144 

" K 66 

" R. C 100 

Ker, R. P 214 

" R. S 198 

Kercheval, A. W 95 

Kernan, T. J... .-...46, 167 

Kerr, J. W 208 

" W 53 

" W. K 156 

Key, J.M 167 

Keys, W. L 81 

Kidd, E. L 202 

Kiger, B. G 172 

Kilgour, C. J 138 

Kimbrough, C. Y 70 

Kinckle, J. C 181 

Kingsbury, W. J 186 

Kinkle, W. H 156 

Kinnear, J 213 

J. M 76 

Kinney, A 208 

" R H 85 

Kirchoff, F. W.'.V.V.V. 167 
Kirkpatrick, B. F.... 

181,218 
« F. S 194 



Kirkpatrick, H.F... 138 

J. A 162 

" J.L 41 

J.M 93 

" R.B 200 

" S. L 144 

" T.J.(Maj.) 

18,38,104,218 

T.J 202 

" T. K 138 

" W.N 93 

Kirtland, E. M 162 

Kittredge, F. R 162 

Kittrell, N. J 138 

Kleberg, M 162, 216 

Kleiser, J. M 145 

Klipstein, B. W 156 

Koiner, J 100, 219 

Koones, C. M 45 

Koontz, G. W 150 

Kregloe, C. E 186 

Kruttschnitt, E. B... 

39, 45, 162, 216 

J 167 

Kuykendall, E.H.... 200 
J.W.... 181 

Kyle, A 107 

" D 110 

" D. W 93 

" E 91 

" G. P 104 

" J.M 107 

" J. R... 110 

" R 93 

" R. M 68 

" T. S 196 

" W 93 

liackland, T. W 192 

Lacy,B.T 38,97 

" D. (Tr.) 37 

« D 73 

" J. A 162 

" J.H 97 

" M. L 213 

" R.T 126 

Lafferty, G. C 175 

J.J 45,213 

Laird, Alex. F 150 

" Alex. T 93 

" D 200 

" D. E 115 

" H.R 129 

" J.G 112 

" J. M 172 

" S. M 118 

" T. H 84 

" W. R 181 

Lake, J. K 167 



Lamar, J. R 184 

L. Q. C 213 

Lamb,S. R 162 

" T. A 162 

" W. C 190 

Lampkin, H. S 132 

Lancaster, W. L 95 

Land, J. R 192 

Landrum, W. W 214 

Lane, J 145 

" G.C 184 

Langworthy, J. S 167 

Lanier, J. B 196 

Lapsley, J. B 56 

" Jno. B 129 

Lashbrooke, S. B 138 

Latham, J. D 72 

" T.A 77 

Latimer, J. T 214 

Lawrence, E. D 145 

Lawson, D 60 

Lawther,H. P 179 

Lea.D. M 200 

*' J. N 213 

" W. L 184 

Leach, J. P 107 

Leake, R 64 

" S 64 

Leavell,F.K 184 

W. T 184 

Leche, D 162 

Leckey,J. H 121 

Ledgerwood, W 9 

Ledoux, A 156 

Lee,A.S 104 

" B.P 204 

« C. G 156 

" E. G 208 

" E.J 72 

" F. G 213 

" G. T 196 

" G. W. C. 

22, 23, 40, 43 

" H.(Gen.) 12 

« H. (Major) 60 

" H 145 

" H.B 162 

" J. W 156 

" R. C 132 

« R. E....12, 17, 18, 19 
21, 22, 27, 40 

" W 61 

" W. C 190 

Leech, J.H 200 

" J.M 39 

" W.B. F 117 

Leftwich,J.T 213 

Le Grand, N 37 

" S 145 

Leigh, W 212 



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Leiper, J. A 138 

Leon,H. D 162 

Leonard, W. A 214 

L'Engle, C. S 181 

W.J 179 

Leslie, B 138 

" E. C 175 

" J. B 175 

" J.H 145 

Lester, J 67 

Letcher, G 60 

" Jas 99 

" Jno. (Gov).. 86 

Jno 99 

" N. G 172 

*' S. H 105, 203 

W.H 100 

W.M 89 

Leverett, C. C 172 

W.B 168 

Levy, A 150 

" S 175 

Lewis, A. (Gen.) 9, 34 

" B 66 

" C. C 64 

" F. H. B 90 

" F.W 156 

" G. W 68 

" J.(Tr.) 35 

" J 68 

" J.C 95 

" J. E 86 

" J. S 162. 216 

" J.W ; 110 

" M 53 

" N. M 71 

" R 66 

" R. H 71 

" R. V 204 

" S.H 67 

" T. (Tr.) 34 

" T 56 

" T 63 

" T. B 205 

" T. P 100 

" W 99 

" W. D 167 

" Warner M.... 71 

" Wm. M 162 

" Z. R 162 

Leyburn, A. (Tr.). 

18,36,38,39,75 

A 126 

A. C 188 

" E. J 104 

" E. R 202 

" G. L 44, 120 

" G.W 79 

" J. (D.D.).. 83 
J. (Dr.).... 114 

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Leyburn, W. H 150 

Life, G 120 

" H 107 

" W 107 

Liggett, J. N 203 

Lightner, J. P 124 

P 207 

S. M 117 

Likens, B. T 172 

Lillard, R. W 162 

Lilley, J. C 162 

" R. D 27 

Lincoln, J. K 167 

Lindsay, R. E 139 

T. J. L 79 

Link, D 112 

" E.H. 105 

" J. N 162 

Linton, M. B 145 

Lipscomb, A. D 196 

Wm. T.... 95 

" W. T 208 

Lisle, J. L 179 

Little, W.G 151 

Littlepage, S. D 196 

T.A 151 

Livesay, G. W 102 

Lloyd, J. J 150 

" J. M 184 

Locher, E. 167 

" H. 128 

Lockart 9 

Locke, E. H 151 

" W 210 

Locker, H. J 150 

Lockett, J. W 145 

Lockridge, A. Y 78 

" C. R 179 

Logan, C. H 128 

" E. G 156 

" F. R 162 

" J. A 91 

" J. A 139 

" J. D 40, 56 

" J.H 89 

" J. L 46, 156 

" J. P 88 

" N. B 124 

" R 53 

" R 91 

Logwood, J 69 

T 53 

Long, J. J 97 

" M. G 156 

Longshore, A. P 172 

Longstreet, D. W 184 

Loring, W. F 132 

Love, J. M 132, 219 

Lovell, C. U 60 

" J 65 



Lovett, J. B 196 

Lowe, E. M... 206 

Lowman, D 91 

Lowry, A. G 172 

" A. L 109 

" H. C 145, 216 

" J. H 168 

" J. M 208 

Lucas, D. B 207 

" J. B 179 

" W 207 

Luck, N. C 117 

Luckett, R 139 

Ludwig, A 124 

" E. A 41 

W. C 202 

Lufkin, T. D 145 

Lurty, G. W 205 

Lusk, T. C 139 

Lyle, A 51 

" D. C 45, 145, 218 

" G. T 118 

" Jas. (Jr.) 35, 39 

" Jas. (Dr.) 72 

" Jno. (Tr.) 35, 37 

" Jno 53 

" Jno 53 

" J. B... 81 

" J. G 76 

" J. N 124 

" J. R 51 

" M 51 

" S....9, 34, 35, 36, 39 

" S. H 124 

" S. W 70 

" T. M. W 100 

" W 37 

" W. A 81 

Lynch, S. M 81 

" W. C 186 

Lynn, S. S 132 

Lytle, P. B 132 

Macay, A 66 

Mackey, C 213 

H. W 76 

" J 83 

J.S.......44, 124 

Macon, G. K 157 

" S.C 69 

" T 69 

Macoughtry, J. W.... 124 

Maddox, W. J 133 

Mading, J. M 157 

Madison, J 60 

J. E 163 

J.H 91 

P. H 63 

R. L 66 



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Madison, T 10 

" T 58 

Magruder, H.' *C. '. '. '. '. .. 139 

Mahan, G.A 145 

Major, B 67 

Maloy, E.F 139 

" P 107 

Manning, T. C 168 

Manson, J. L 95 

" N. C 89 

" N.J 53 

" K. E 84 

Mapleson, J. H 25 

Markham, C. R 214 

Marmaduke, A. J 204 

Marquess, E.H 122 

Marriner, G. K 107 

Marsalis, E.G 179 

Marshall, A. W 187 

" E. C 86 

J 163 

J.J 56 

" J.M 168 

" L 36,40,41 

M. M 145 

« R 51 

" R.T 84 

Martin, A 102 

« E. H 168 

" E. R 202 

" F 204 

" Jos 101 

" Jno 151 

" J. D 139 

" M. M 175 

" R. H 188 

" T.J 107 

" W 208 

Marvin, C.E 192 

Mason, R. D 213 

S. B 151 

" W Ill 

Massie, C. G 79 

" H 83 

« J. L 44, 117 

« J. McD 168 

« J. W 204 

" Patrick C 102 

" Perry C 139 

" R 44,114,213 

« R. D 133 

" R.T 112 

« T 37 

« T. G 104 

« T. J 83 

« Waller 86 

" Wm 83 

Mastin,F 172 

^ " G. L 172 

Matheny, G. W....... 78 



Mathews, M 46, 157 

Matthews, C. McI.... 207 

G 9, 48 

H. M 206 

" H. P 129 

" S 9,34,48 

Maupin, J.T 79 

S 81 

Maxwell, J 9 

May, W.J 172 

Mayer, C.E 139 

Mayers, G. W 79 

" J.J 39,53 

Mayhew, W. H 82 

Maynard, B. F 139 

Mayo, A. U 93 

" R. M 208 

Mays, D. H 145 

" J 210 

" J. B 139 

McAdams, E. F...... 133 

McAdoo, W. C 133 

McAlister, J. M 206 

McAtee, W. G 184 

McAuslane, A 212 

McBride, J. R 176 

McCall, J. V 200 

McCallum, J. F 133 

McCampbell, D. A. 

114, 207 

" E. A 176 

E.J.H.. 102 

J 53 

S. J. N.. 118 
" W.H.... 133 

McCann, T. B 205 

McCaughrin, S. J.... 192 

McCauley, A 56 

C. A 133 

McCaw, J 62 

W. R 133 

McCay, H. K 187 

McChesney, A 188 

A. G.... 104 
G. W... 76 
H. M... 196 

" J 63 

J. N 157 

J. T 175 

J.Z..124,217 

" R 106 

" R. A 113 

W. B.... 157 

W. S.... 99 

McClanahan, R. W.. 79 

McClelland, J. B 101 

T. S 80 

McCluer, A.D 120 

" C. C 187 

" H. B 194 



McClue 


r, J. E 74 


11 


J. G....118, 210 


11 


J.M 82 


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J. P 151 


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R 65 


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R. S 172 


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W. B 187 


McClung, H 37 


11 


H. C 81 


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Jos 113 


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Jno. A 106 


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Jas. C 188 


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McClure, A 49 


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A. K 214 


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J 181 


McConnell, J 35 


McCorkle, A.B 80 


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A. C 102 


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A. D 192, 219 


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A. G 139 


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A. L 113 


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C. E 157 


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E.W 175,217 


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G. B 122, 217 


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J. A 189 


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J. B 122 


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J. T 115 


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R. H 189 


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T. E 198 


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T. M 117 


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W. A 110 


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184, 217 


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W. D 113 


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W.L 184,216 


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W.P 104 


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W.P..(Rev.) 179 


McCormick,C.H.(Hon.) 




19, 20, 38 


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C. H 38 


tt 


G. H.... 139 


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R. A.... 179 


tt 


S 157 


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S. D 151 


McCown, J. H 172 


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J. W 120 


McCoy, 


J 172 


McCreery, R. W 133 


McCrory, J 53 


McCrum, H. W 198 


McCue, 


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McCue, C. K 62 

J. (Rev.).... 49 

J 62 

J. H 95, 218 

J. M 87 

M. H 80 

W 74 

Wm.(Dr.)..37,60 

Wm 145 

W.A 120 

W. C 114 

W. W 117 

McCulloch, C.E 151 

McCullock, R 70 

McCulloh, C. W 157 

R. S....42, 213 
McCulIough, H. R... 139 

McCutchan, F 151 

H.A 122 

J. S 79 

J.S 151 

" R. A 120 

W.T 163 

McDaniel, J 208 

*W.H 145 

McDonald, A. L 145 



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McDowell, A.'w. 
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176 
157 
187 
145 
176 
133 
86 
157 
" Jas. (Col.) 

10, 37, 52 
Jas. (Hon.) 

37,70 
" Jas. (Dr.) 89 

Jas 168 

" J. A 58 

" L. H 168 

" R. M 69 

S. (Col.) 
9, 34, 35, 36 

" T. P 112 

Wm 49 

W.Adair, 69 

" W.A 89 

« W. G 163 

McElhenny, J 58, 212 

J. A 80 

McElroy, J. S 168 

McElwee, W. M 187 

McFarland, F 38 

R....119, 208 

McFerran, M 51 

McGavock, R 69 

McGee, W. T 172 

McGlamery, R. F.... 163 



McGowan, E. L 200 

McGruder, R. W 99 

McHenry, D. M 139 

McTlwain, W. E 157 

Mcintosh, M 151 

Mclntyre, D. M 133 

McKee, J 51 

J. (Col.).... 51 

J. T 58 

" Sam. (Col.) 54 
Wm. (Col.) 

9, 35, 36, 49 

W 51 

McKethan, A. A 129 

McKim, R. H 213 

McKingstry, A. M... 133 

McKinney, P. W 204 

R. C 181 

McLaughlin, J. T 82 

" Wm. 

38,43,109,204 

McLean, E. G 133 

E. G 190 

Jas 52 

" J. B 206 

McLearv, J. H. 

39,45,145,216 

McLendon, G. K 200 

S. P 200 

McLeod, W. D 145 

McLester, J 145 

McLin, C. E 188 

McMahon, L. J 163 

McMakin, N. 187 

McMaster, R. B. McK. 

110 

McNeely, L 91 

McNeer. R. E. L 198 

McNeill, E.W 184 

" J.A 133 

McNeilly, R. aZ'.Z 151 

McNutt, A. G 74 

B.F 82 

1 54 

J 64 

J.P 80 

J. R 91 

" J. S 205 

" R. A 44, 83 

S. H 62 

W.M.(Dr.) 93 

" W. M 202 

McPheeters, T. S 168 

" W..9,34,37,54 

W.M 172 

McRae, A 69 

" J 69 

" T. C 163,218 

McSweeney, M. B.... 163 
McVeigh, J. G 206 



Mead, W. Z 210 

Meade, D. B 129 

" E 124 

" R. K 122 

" W. T 124 

Meadors, J. G 194 

Means, R. P 181 

" R. S 79 

Meaux, T 61 

Medley, C. E 133 

Megibben, J. T 196 

Megibbin, J. W 194 

Menager, J. L 151 

J. R 151 

Menzies, S 56 

W.A 56 

Mercer, R. L 133 

" W. N 24 

Meredith, T 68 

Meriwether, C. N 162 

J.McC. 151 

" J.W 163 

T. J 71 

V. H... 163 
W. D... 163 

Merritt, S. A 106 

R. F 91 

W. W 157 

Mestrezat, S. L 157 

Metcalfe, A. D 44 

Michaux, J 78 

M.W 71 

Michie, H. B 211 

" W. F 172 

Miley, W. H 198 

Miller, A. 1 157 

" A. M 128 

" C. A 102, 217 

" C. H 208 

" D.R 157 

" F. B 67 

" G. S 58 

" L. G. M 151 

" N 76 

" R. L 132, 218 

" S 84 

" W. F 181 

« W. McC..187, 217 

Millner, W. B 133 

Mills, A 53 

Mimms, J. C 133 

Mims, J 56 

Minis, J. F 151 

Minor, J. B 212 

Minter, J. J. 188 

Mitchell, E. A 124 

F 56 

" F.H 162 

" G. A 109 

" J 37,49 



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Mitchell, J. A 133 

Mizner, J. S 139 

Mofiett, A. S 156 

" G. (Col.) 

9, 35, 36, 49 

" G. H 124 

" J. 8 106 

" M.M 120 

" W.L 124 

Moncure, R. C. L 212 

Montague, J. R 139 

R. V 73 

" W. McC. 102 

Montel, E. De 188 

Montgomery, E 175 

E. I.... 179 

« F 172 

H. S... 76 

J. 

34, 35, 37, 49 

« J. R... 145 

« R. H... 139 

W. G.. 190 

W. H.. 67 

Moody, D. L 198 

" F. B 202 

" F. S 151 

Moon, A. P 200 

" E.H 73 

" J 125 

" J. B 139 

" R. S 73 

" S. B 202 

Moore, A. (Hon.). 

10, 35, 36, 49 
" j^^ ^ y3 

" A ".'.'.'.'.'. *.'.*.'.i*i2, 205 

" A. M 109 

" A. S 62 

" B. R.... 145 

" B. S 168 

" C. B 114, 218 

" D. E. (Capt.). 

38,70 

" D. E 122, 211 

" Edward 80 

" Ernest 181 

" E. A 44, 133 

" E. D 188 

" E. L 107 

" G 192 

" H. E 129 

" LS 133,218 

" Jas 51 

« Jno. (Tr.).... 37 

" Jno 58 

" Jno 74 

" J. A 172 

" J. B 120 

« Jas. C 68 



Moore, Jno. C 151 

" J. H...45, 115, 207 

" J. J 124 

" J. K 65 

" Jas. M 104 

" Jno. M 172 

" J. W 175 

" M.A.J 157 

" S. McD. 68 

" S. P 128 

" S. R 68 

" S.R 125 

" T.J 175 

" T. R 179 

" T.V 38 

" W. (Dr.) 56 

" W 83 

" W.G 168 

" W.W 99 

Moorman, E. C 145 

Moores,W.W 139 

Moran, H. A 145 

Moreland, S. T 42, 179 

Moremen, M. S 139 

Morgan, C. G 163 

J. W 75 

W 56 

Morrell, A. M 163 

Morris, A 68 

" C 56 

" E. S 168 

" J 62 

" J. B 192 

" R 56 

« R. N 63 

" W. S 93 

Morrison, F. H.S 202 

" H. R. (Capt.) 

16, 119 

" H. R 125 

" J. (Rev.) 37 

" J 60 

" J. D 113,206 

" J. W 192 

" R 51 

" R. C 45, 139 

" S. B 104 

" W. McC 202 

" W.N 83 

" W.W.(Capt.) 102 

" W.W. (Rev.) Ill 

Morriss, W. M 205 

Morton, C.E 139 

" D. A 139 

" G 69 

" G. L 163 

" J 67 

" P. C 117 

" T. C 117,218 

" W 69 



Mosby, C. L 38 

" E. C 133,216 

Moseley, A 80 

A. T 106 

B. W 44,115 

E. H 60 

F. P 145 

J. L 110, 204 

" L. C 106 

R 63 

T.W 179 

W.J 65 

Moses, B. De L 151 

Moss, C. D 200 

" H 139 

" L.H 202 

" T 133 

Mountcastle, R. E. L. 192 

Mountjoy, W. W 168 

Mullally, F. P 192 

J. B. A 192 

L 192 

Mullen, E.L 200 

Muller, J.A 188 

Mullikin, A. D 157 

B.0 133 

Mundy, C 211 

Munger, C.W 139 

N. C 172 

Murphy, C. W 196 

Murray, M.K 56 

Murrell, W 61 

Musgrave, G. P 109 

Myers, G.H 198 

^' H. H 125 

" J. D 120 

" Jno. H 39 

Nance, W.H 168 

Napier, E. V 176 

Napton, H. P 176 

L. W 176 

Neal, D. R 181 

" J. C 128 

" Wm. Y 93 

Neblett, D. M 133 

N. M 119 

" Sterling 64 

" S. S 139 

W. E 187 

Neel, C. F 125 

" H.J 146 

Neff, J. F 209 

Neill, M. M 146 

Nelson,A.L...42, 44, 107 

'.' C. F 125 

" C. F 198 

" E. G 187 

" F 139 



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Nelson, H 122 

" H. M 133 

" H. T 133 

" Jas. P.* 145 

" K 213 

" T 60 

« T. M 129 

" Wm. J. ..109, 204 
" W. J. (Dr.).. 151 

Nesbit, Wm 58 

Netherland, J. M.... 163 

Nevill, K. S 133 

Neville, J 52 

" J. M 86 

Newcomb, Mrs. J. L.. 25 
" Warren..l9, 25 

Newell, Sam 49 

Newkirk, C.W 88 

Newman, C. H 133 

H. M 202 

J. B 129 

J. V. B... 206 

W. B 200 

" W. S 206 

Nichol, H. D 133 

Nicholas, Gary 56 

Rob 56 

" R H 176 

Nickell, Wm. N 122 

Noble, J. B 163 

Norfleet, E 146 

" T. S 139 

Norment, A. S 101 

North, C. S 151 

Northcutt, W. L 194 

Noyes, Wm. A 88 

O'Beirn, G 196 

O'Brien, W 204 

Ochiltree, W.H 182 

O'Conor, Chas 213 

O'Ferrall, C. T 146 

Officer, E. F 163 

Ogden, F. N 184 

" J. W 184 

O'Hara, J. W 91 

Oldham, E 69 

" S 69 

Oliver, G H 93 

" E. S 101 

" J. H 163 

" J. M 198 

" J. M 210 

" Y. N 78 

Oppenhimer, W. T... 187 

O'Reilley, J. E 157 

Orgain, H. K 157 

Orme, F. H 151 

Orr, W. P 129 



Osterberger, C. H.... 192 

Otey, W. L 66 

Ott, D. A 128 

" W. B 125 

Ould, R 213 

Owen, A.J 133 

" K. R 163 

" R.L 182 

" W. T 115 

Owens, G. W 163 

Page, Carter 125 

" C. H 198 

" F 146 

" J. W 58 

" T. N 163, 214 

" W. N 122 

" W. W 81 

Paine, D. B 115 

" H. H 82 

" H.R Ill 

" Jas 80 

" J. B 114 

Palmer, H. L 133 

M. K 179 

R. C 163 

R. J 104, 204 

Pannill, D. H 110 

" J. B Ill 

Paris, J 88 

" J. McC 168 

Parker, C. L 139 

" J. H 173 

« R. E 56 

« S. E 56 

« T. J 196 

" W 56 

Parks, J. W 190 

" W. E 179 

Parrott, A. DeK 163 

Parry, D. C 81 

" M. H 73 

Parsons, E. J 133 

Patillo, J. H 69 

" W.H 69 

Patrick, B.P 157 

C. A 104 

" F. E 146 

" J. C 91 

" W 168 

Patterson, B. C 202 

" B. G 114 

J. H 67 

N. A 152 

R. F 183 

W. S 163 

W.B 116 

Patton, G. J 187 

" J. L 104 



Patton, J. T 102" 

" S. R 182 

" T 93 

" T. J 200 

" W.N 88 

" W.T.(Capt.), 104 

" W.T 206 

" W.W 168 

Paul, A : 9 

" I. A ■. 205 

" L. H 194 

" S. C 198 

Paxton, A. G 189 

" A. H 78 

" A.J 87 

" A. McN 86 

« A. S 125 

E.F.(Gen.), 102 

" E.F 189 

" J. A 87 

« J.D.(Rev.), 63 

« J.D 187 

" J. Gardiner, 91 
" J. Gallatin.. 189 

" J. H 44, 86 

" J.J 89 

" J. L 128 

" J. T 91 

" J. W 64 

" M. W....179, 215 

" R. G 194 

" T. N 90 

" W 202 

" W. B 93 

" W. F 189 

" W.H 83 

« W. L 125 

Payne, A. S 126 

" H. C 173 

" J. M:.. 99 

" J. T 146 

" M. R 107 

« R. S 168 

Peabody, G 21, 22 

Pearce, L 190 

Peck, C. T 176 

" T. E 214 

Peebles, D. F 198 

Peete, J. M 112 

Pegram, B. B 173 

Pendleton, A. S.... 44, 117 

D. D 120 

J. (Ky.).. 54 
J. (Va.)... 56 

" J. T 146 

R.A 97 

R. N 129 

" W 127 

Penick, P. McN 202 

Penn. C 70 



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Penn, G. S 92 

" G. W 95 

" K 198 

" S. B 99 

" W. J 106, 217 

" W.S 95 

Percival, J 212 

Percy, C. B 43, 45, 151 

Perkins, E. M 157 

" T. A 176 

" T. F 89 

Perrin, G. C 157 

Perry, C.L 76 

" W. W 104 

Person, J. K 206 

Peterkin, G. W 213 

Peters, G. B., 39, 152, 216 

Peyton, H. J 52 

" J. H 38 

" J. S 61 

" V. B 70 

Pharr, T. F..... 168 

Phelps, D. McC 198 

" R.A 93 

" W. B 206 

Phillips, A. R 198 

C. C 122 

*' M 146 

Phlegar, A. A.... 126, 217 

Pickett, S 62 

Pickles, H 163 

Pierce, W. L 202 

" W. M 202 

Pierson, A. H 134 

W. H 101 

Pike, Y 157 

Pillow, E. Y 139 

Pilson, G. W 140 

" S. F 119 

" W.lt 146 

Pinckard, A.W 140 

G. M 140 

W. F 134 

Pindall, L. A 206 

Pinkerton, B. M 120 

J.D 151 

Pinson, H. E 200 

Piper, J 158 

" J. H 72 

Pirtle, J. L. M 163 

Pittman, A. L 196 

Pitts, E. D 146 

" J. G 173 

Pitzer, A. W 110 

" M 67 

Piatt, H. S 140 

Pleasants, H. B 182 

J. M 66 

Plumer, W. S 77 

Poage, S. D 73 



Poague, J. C 152 

" J. E 119 

" Jas.W 117 

" Jno.W 146 

" T 52 

" W. T!.38,"ri7, 209 

Poindexter,G 116, 208 

M., 200 

W.B..116,209 

Polk, J. B 158 

Pollard, T 60 

Pollock, A. D 213 

Ponder, J. F 134 

Pope, F 158 

" M. A 129 

Porter, A. A 173 

" F. L 158 

" J. A 73 

" J. L........ 194, 219 

" K C....\ 194 

" W. F 152 

Porterfield, C 60 

C 192 

R 89 

W 182 

Posey, A 54 

" F 54 

" W 54 

Postal, W. D 157 

Poulson, R. J 134 

Powell, A. R 110 

" G 63 

" J. L 206 

'' J.W 146 

" L. W 198 

" P. B 192 

" R 63 

Powers, J 140 

Prather, G. McD 179 

J.C 157 

J.N 173 

W. L....157, 216 

Pratt, A.W 192 

" E. A 190 

" H. J 173 

" J 58 

" J. H 179 

" J.W 212 

" N. P. (Prof.)... 42 

" K P 184 

" T 58 

Pressley, E 212 

Preston, E.R 126 

" F 44, 122 

G. J 187, 217 

H. R....196, 217 

H. S 134 

J 8 

" J. A 146 

J. A. (Rev.), 172 



Preston, J. F 84 

" J. T. L. 

41, 81, 213 

" it.W 146 

" S. D 209 

T.L.(D.D). 
40, 113, 212 

T. L 54 

T.L.(Hon.), 77 
W. (Col.), 

9, 34, 49 
W.a(Hon.), 

63, 212 

" W. C 125 

" W. C 196 

Price, A. H 73 

" J.P 73 

" J.W 125 

" R. H 173 

" P. A 152 

" P. G 88 

" W. T 113 

Priddy, W. H 104 

Priestly, J 40, 49 

Prince, R 140 

" R. B 140 

Proval, F 58 

Pruett, J. W 134 

Pryor, J 66 

" R.A 173 

" W. R 179, 216 

Puckette, L. Q. C 158 

Pugh, T. B 168 

Pulliam, W. St. P.... 173 

Purdie, T. S 173 

Putney, D. H 89 

« J 88 

" R.E 89 

Pyle, Z.1 152 

Quarles, G. M 140 

J. A 41 

Radford, C. T 64 

E. W 89 

J.T 209 

W 58 

Ragsdale, G 210 

Railey, D. M 65 

" J. M 73 

" L.R 76 

" S. W 176 

Rain, J. J 152 

Raines, L. H 152 

Rainey, J 158 

Rainsford, J. C 190 

T.H 185 

Ramsay, J. B 212 



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Eamsay, S. G 54 

Ramsey, A. B 146 

Jas 37 

" J.W 182 

Eand, N 120 

Eandall, E 187 

Handolph, A. M 214 

« C. M 202 

" J. T 95 

P. L 200 

KB 58 

Hankin, A 49 

D. M 214 

Eansom, M. W 163 

Eanson, J. M Ill, 206 

" T. D 122 

Eathbone, F. V 158 

J. V 164 

P. D 164 

Eawlings, J 129 

J. H 89 

Eay, M. T 152 

Eaymond, G. S 196 

J. S 125 

S. K 107 

Eea, S. C 179 

Eead, T. C 97 

" T. W 125 

Eed, S. C 194 

Eedd, J. G 71 

" J. M 71 

« 61 

" W 54 

Eedmond, B. J 210 

Eedwine, E. G 176 

Eeed, J 208 

Eees, A. L 152 

" C. E 179 

" H. M 185 

Eeese, T. K 179 

Eeeve, H. L 95 

Eeid, A 10 

" A 60 

" H. C 95 

" J 54 

" J.H 140 

" J.H 173 

" S. McD. 

18, 37, 39, 66 

« S. McD 114 

" S. V 107 

" W.H 93 

" W. M 202 

Eeilv, J. W 44, 125 

Eeinhard, L. F 173 

Eespass, N. L 152 

Eeuss, A. J 140 

Eevely,W 71 

Eeynolds, A. T 93 

" B. B 95 



Eeynolds, C. G 71 

D. W 194 

Ehea, J. S 164 

" W. S 168 

Ehett, W. H 173 

Ehodes, J. P 134 

" J. T 168 

" T 78 

" W. H 83 

Eibble, J.W 207 

Eice, J. H. (D.D.)... 87 

" J.H 54 

" J.P 176 

" P 82 

" W.D 95 

Eichardson, B. F 104 

W 74 

" W.H... 93 

Eicheson, A. J 140 

J 93 

T 66 

" T 93 

Eichey, E. J.....'..'.'.'.'. 163 

Eichmond, J 209 

Eidge, W. E 158 

Eiley, J.P 210 

Eind, N. B. S 66 

Einehart, W. P 185 

Eipley, F. E 194 

Eisley, D 198 

Eisque, J 10 

" J. B 52 

Eittershouse, A. J... 194 

Eoane, A 40, 52 

" F 158 

" F. McG 196 

Eobb, S. A 158 

Eoberts, C. M 168 

C. T 182 

J.H 73 

W. O 140 

Eobertson, A. D 117 

A. F 207 

" H. G 164 

J 99 

« J.E.(Dr.).. 94 

J.E.(Mai.) 112 

" Jas. F...'... 146 

" Jno. F 185 

" J.J 127 

" W 97 

W. M 200 

W. N 134 

Eobins, A. M 128 

" J.L 158 

Eobinson, A. G 152 

A. L 194 

" A. M 185 

E. E 176 

G. A...184, 216 



Eobinson, G.W 194 

" I. P.. .198, 217 

" J 80 

Jno 16,37 

J. M..;.... 179 

E. A 176 

W. H 182 

Eodgers, S 212 

" T. 101 

W.L 209 

Eodman, J 140 

Eogers, J. F 146 

" E.A 182 

" E. W 146 

" W. A 92 

" W. A 134 

" W. H 152 

W. E 202 

« W. W 146 

Eoll,E. T 140 

Eolston, H 168 

Eoot, E. C 198 

Eose, H. B 109 

" S. E. F 164 

Eoss, F.L 158 

" E 90 

" W 65 

" W. A 196 

" W. 122 

Eosser, T. L 211 

Eountree, H 158 

Eowan, J. L 194 

Eucker, C. H 94 

" T. W 134 

Eudd, J. S 205 

Eudkin, F. H 200 

Euff, A. W 168 

" D. E 125 

" F. G 179 

" J 81 

" J.*(EeV.)V.;!.*.'!.*.' 173 

" J. A 94 

" J. M 39,82 

" J.W 189 

" S.W 77 

" W. A 94 

« W. W 182 

Euffin, W 70 

W.E 126 

Euffner, A 75 

" D. L 102, 217 

" H...36, 40, 41, 42, 
67,212 

" L 71 

" W. H..38, 95, 212 

Euggles, M. B 134 

Eusmisel, W 87 

Eussell, G. P 22 

H. H 179 

Eust, L 176, 214 



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Rutherford, C. N 152 

J. C 94 

Ryals, J. H 176 

" J. V 158 

Ryan, P 158 

" W. S 176, 216 

Sale,E.W 122 

" J. A 117 

" J.F 74 

" L.A 116 

" L.A 198 

" N 198 

" R. C. M 122 

Salvage, B. F 60 

Sampey, J. R 214 

Sampson, A. F 180 

Samuels, B. M 95 

Sanbourn, E 69 

J 70 

Sanderfer, J. C 128 

Sanders, H. S 182 

Sandidge, A 67 

Sanford, W. B 206 

Sandlin,H.H 176 

Santini, G 164 

Sappington, H 169 

Saunders, E. W 94 

" P 99 

W. H 46 

Savage, J 168 

Saville,J.S 187 

" W 164 

Sayers, J. K 152 

Sayre, D. E 169 

Scales, P 65 

Scott, A. (Rev.). .35, 37,49 

" A 65 

" A. M 73 

" C.A 125 

" C. C 80 

" D 57 

« G.G 80 

" J 213 

" XA 140 

" J. G 200 

" J. M 122 

" J.VanM 158 

" S. McC 140 

" T.A 24,25 

« W.I 97 

"^ W.N 63 

" W.N 140 

Scratchley, F. A 182 

" G. P 190 

H.P 194 

Scull, J. C. B 140 

Seabrook, W. H 83 

Seabrooke, O. W 44 



Seal, F 158 

Sears, E. D 176 

Seat, A. T. M 190 

Seawright,G 84 

Seay, W. A 204 

See, C. S. M 107, -204 

" G 67 

" J.W 67 

Seevers, R. E.... 205 

Seldon, H. C 128 

Sehorn, C. J 196 

Selkirk, J. McM 152 

Sellers, H. L 46, 185 

" R. H 180 

" W. L 146 

Selph,J.W 198 

Semmes, B. B 200 

T. M 211 

Semple, R 152 

Sener, J. B 209 

Settle, A. C 140 

" G. T 140 

Shackleford, D 140 

F. A.... 140 

Shafer, J. K 97 

Shaner, J. J 176 

Shanks, D. W 107, 213 

D. W 198 

L. N 185 

Sharp, W. R 109 

Shaw, J 94 

Shawhan, H. C 169 

t< J L 197 

Sheffev, H. W.'.*.'**.'43, 213 

Shepard,S ^ 140 

Shepherd, R. D 185 

Sheppard, S 106 

Sherrard,F. D 119 

J. H.. 210 

" J.L 125 

" R 129 

Sherrod, C. F. .*.*."."!.*.' 164 

T.B 164 

Sherwood, J. D 164 

Shields, A. G. W 77 

B.F 140 

" G. W 67 

J.N 75 

J. P 97 

W.H 164 

W.T 189,215 

Ship,S 211,213 

Shipe, C. L 177 

Shirley, T 97 

Shores, H. E 70 

Showell, R. J 197 

Shreve, T.T 176 

Shrewsbury, D 88 

Shriver, H . Z 205 

S. S 211 



Shumate, T. H 146 

Sibley, J. L 192 

Sidle, J. D 140 

Siebert,C. T 190 

Simkins, L. W 164 

Simpson, J. T 97 

Sims, H. M 158, 216 

" J.W 140 

" L.W 134 

Sizer, H. G 180 

Skinner, J. S 200 

W. E 106 

Skipwith, H 57 

Slater, J. D 197 

Slavden, J. L 169 

Sledd, B. F 20a 

Sledge, W. M 158 

Sloan, J. A 129 

" J. C 122 

" J. G 146 

" T 169 

Smith, A 109 

" A. G 76 

" A.J 71 

" A. Q 196 

" B. H 195 

" B. M 38 

" B. R 182 

" C. R.(Rev.).. 88 

" C. R 152 

" C. V 127 

" C. W 187 

" E 34, 4^ 

" E. J 202 

" Edward W... 164 

" EldonW 169 

" F. G 18^ 

" F. H 127 

" H. B 196 

" H. G 16^ 

" I. N 108, 204 

" Jas 62 

" J. A 176 

" J. A 78 

" Jas. B 140 

" Jno. B 147 

" J. C 106 

" J. D 147 

" J. E 147 

" Jacob H 97 

" Jas. H 182 

« Jno. H 202 

" Jno. H 101 

" Jno. R 102 

" L 57 

" M. F 152 

" 207 

" S. B 182, 217 

" S. C 11^ 

" S. K 147 



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241 




Smith, T. K. 177 

« T. O m 

" T. P^ 140 

" T. W. 182 

« WaiMB,..46,146 

** Wm, B^ 202 

« W,K, 134 

** W, E 210 

« W,IL 152 

« W. N 209 

Smyth, H 05 

Smythe, A, H 207 

Saead^C^ 97 

« H,C 122 

** /.B 122 

** W. B. 122 

SDjder, A, 182 

" A. C 119, 298 

" D, B. / 195 

« F.J 129 

" 8,8 185 

Somen, a IL,,,,. 204 

SomemUe, T. H 164 

Soothgate, J 70 

J Ill 

C 40, 54 

r,G.L. 176 

X, T 152 

r, J. U^ 140 

" RH. 96 

« W,. 158 

« W. H 184 

O. W 117 

XS 169 

A- A^ 110 

** A. A- (Jr.)... 202 
« W.8........... 106 

** W.W 198 

SproulL A. W 109 

eUmaxd, Bw 134 

StaosboiT, W. F. 147 

Stonsel, J. B... 158 

Staaker, Geo^ 134 

" R F 134 

Statmton, M. Lu 212 

St. Claire, A... 10 

StedmaoyN.A... 176 

** W. J.. 185 

Slede,A.T 88 

" E. C 164 

« H ... 164 

" J« -38,69 

** J. A. ..196,219 

« J.G. 10^204 

** T. F 176 

** W. C 173 

« W. D 99 

W. 84 

J.B 74 

P.H.... 58 




StdQe,E.H. 147 

St/ephaan, C. IL. 209 

Stephens, LW... 164 

** L.V... 185 

« W. E. 158 

** W. G 180 

W.S 180 

St^heofOD, H. 196 

" L. H.... 209 

** O. A 140 

W. D... 164 

Steptoe-T... 71 

Stem, J. L^ 152,217 

Stmett, J. D — 104^ 204 

** S. W 129 

« W.A 120 

SteraM,W. 64 

Sterenwii, C. Lu 57 

Steret^A. 182 

« Bdw«d.. 180 

*" Emefft 185 

Stewart, A. a 140 

** J. A. 147 

** J. a 197 

** K. 8 213 

Stidde7,£.E. 128 

Stikiy H. C 195 

StodkdeB, J. Y.. 65 

Stokea, J.W 180 

Stones W. 59 

« W.A. 134 

Stoneham, H. B...... 200 

Stmtt,J.E 129 

Sfoadiao, B. G.. 65 

Sfoange, B..... 65 

StrattoOyH. 180 

StrnTO-, A. G — 108, 205 

*^ A.W 106 

« aC 97 

« H.V. 169 

** J.B. 94 

BtxeeL D. A... 80 

StnbliDgLE 57 

O. F 209 

T. 205 

Stridchmd, E. 189 

Stridder, C. D 125 

u G, B 

16^^,13^213 

Stgidar,J.L^ 152 

" J. P-41, 146, 214 

Stiother,J.A 206 

" P.aC. 84 

StrooK^D.B 134 

Stuart, Alex. (Oipt.), 9, 34 
** A]ez.(Heii.), 52 
«* Ardb., 

10, ^, 36, 37, 49 

** Clia«.A^ 54 

« C. H.^ 106 



Stuart, EL Em«««««««*«« 173 

« Ja»„ 52 

« Ja«.(Dr.) 92 

« Jno............. 10 

« J. A. 84 

« B 54 

« B.E.A 117 

« aD 19 

« T 9, 34 

« T.J 59 

« W 113,205 

« W. C 127 

Stabb«,J.B.... 158 

« J. N 210 

SttngUL B. F... 101 

'^^E.A^ 198 

" J.H 200 

Siiddarth,J.L 125 

Sciddiith,G.St.J 197 

SomTaii,aE 189 

Smmnerell, W. H.... 158 

I.G.W. 75 

L. 125 

Swami, G. F^,» 134 

** ft SM 

Swamon, W. G. 152 

Svartz, J.G.... 169 

&w9jne,J,¥ 1417 

fSiweeoef, C. A 70 

Siroope,F.licF. 120 

" G.W 62 

" G. W. (Jr.), 109 

" W.M 64 

Sfdeottridca', A^... 185 

** HJL, 182 

BjkeMf G. A...»»«...... 187 



Tahb, T 207 

Tackett, C. 59 

Talbiid, T 187 

TaUsdeno, A. Ill 

B. L Ill 

C. B 110 

" C. P. 153 

** F« 147 

" J.E. 83 

** K C...... 99 

K.M 75 

** E. M. 111 

" 8.1. 74 

" T 101 

« W.. 211 

•* W. H...- 140 
*' W. B — 209 

Tnwott, H. B. 60 

« W 59 

TaiT,J.C 206 

Tate, A. W 198 

** G.B 77 



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Tate, Jas 


50 


" Jno 


50 


" J. 


197 


" Wm 


50 


" Wm. C... 


78 


" W.H 


116 


" W. M 


38, 86 


" W. P 


92 


Tatum, A. J.... 


158 


Tayloe, W. H... 


...46, 177 


Taylor, A 


....37, 54 


'' A. P.... 


200 


" A. W.... 


158 


" B 


60 


" B. K.... 


Ml 


" c. v.... 


187 


" E. E 


141 


" G. H.... 


189 


" H. P 


86 


« H. S.... 


80 


" J. A 


141 


" J. B 


41 


" J. C 


191 


" J. McC. 


80 


« J. McD. 


87 


" J. W.... 


.169, 216 


" 0. B 


101 


" K. F.... 


140 


« R. J 


87 


" R. R.... 


158 


" R. S 


60 


« Thos 


191 


" Tel 


205 


" T. B 


.113, 206 


" T.S 


209 


" Wm 


37 


" W. G... 


147 


« W. R... 


108 


Tedford, Alex... 


50 


Teeter, J 


207 


Temple, J. S.... 


74 


T. P... 


104 


Templeman, W. 


C... 127 


Templeton, A... 
J. ] 


75 


J 202 


Templin, T 


50 


Terhune, E. W. 


158 


Terrell, J. B 


209 


" L. T 


207 


" R. G.... 


141 


Terrill, C. H 


209 


" G. W... 


81 


Terry, B. F 


134 


" J, N 


96 


'• N.J 


99 


" R. A 


92 


Thorn, W. T 


153 


Thomas, C. B... 


164 


H 


141 


« J.Sewell... 134 



Thomas, J. Samuel.. 153 

" K G 129 

O. W 185 

R. S 211 

T. J 141 

Thompson, A 92 

A. G 141 

G 57 

H ....18, 38 

" H. H..122, 211 

" Jno 57 

" Jos 82 

" J. A.. .117, 211 

" J. C 147 

L. P 212 

R. S....45, 141 

'' T 52 

Wm 83 

" Wm 94 

W. J 125 

" W. McQ.. 202 

Thomson, T. P 173 

Thornton, F 70 

F 99 

Jas. 1 70 

J. T 173 

Thurman, J.R 207 

Tiernan, J. M 173 

Tiffany, H. S 208 

Tilden, C. W 147 

Tillinghast, M 202 

Tillman, H. F 177 

Timms, F. H 153 

Tindall, P 59 

Tinges, A. H 177 

Tinsley, T 97 

Todd, J. 52 

" T 52 

Tomkins,"s.*H.'.".".'.'.*.'.* 208 

Tomlin, H.W 147 

Tomlinson, W. H.... 141 

Tompkins, B 110 

Toncray, C. J 71 

Tonge, S.D 134 

" W. J 134 

Toon, J.J 134 

Topp, W. W 164 

Torie, T. B 173 

Torrans, P. H 169 

Towers, J. A 193 

Towles, LeR, C 177 

Townes, G 102 

Tracy, C. C 169 

Travis, J. M 113 

Traylor, W. W 134 

Trent, E 67 

" J.L 69 

" W. A 69 

Trezavant, R. W 177 

Trimble, G.B 109 



Trimble, Jas 9 

Jno 9, 36, 50 

J. (Judge), 54 

R 54 

W. W 92 

Trotter, A. S 79 

J 35 

Truehart, J. R 84 

Truslow, W. E 147 

Tucker, B 61 

H. T 97 

H. St. G., 

39, 180, 215 
J.R. (Hon.), 43 

" J.R. Jr 158 

J.R 177 

St. G 97 

Tunstall, J. L 127 

Turk, J. A 129 

Turnbull, D. P 177 

Turner, C. W 189 

F 211 

" H. F 197 

J 37 

J. E 189 

J. A 77 

" J.W 129 

T. M 125 

W. F 129 

W. L 40, 57 

Tuttle, R. J 197 

Tutwiler, E. S 106 

J. B 177 

J. McC... 169 

P 164 

T. S 185 

Tyler, D. G 147 

Tyson, J. R 187 

Urquhart, W 185 

Utz, C 125 

Valentine, E 69 

" E. V 27 

Van Bruyssel, F 169 

Vance, J 54 

« j^ Q 207 

Vanderslice,' G* C.V." 112 
Van Fossen, J. C. 

126, 211, 218 
VanHorn,M.A.DeL. 153 

R. H 182 

Van Lear, D. N 112 

Van Meter, J. S 159 

" W. S. ... 141 

Van Romondt, C. R., 213 

Varner, R. R 153 

Vaughan, C. R 213 



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Vaughan, E. G 202 

J. E 159 

W.H 202 

Venable, A. E 108 

" E. M 45, 141 

E.N 106 

Verdier, J 65 

Vethake,H.,36,40,41,42 

Vilej, W 141 

Vincent, E. C 164 

Vinson, W. D 46, 164 

'Waddell,A. A 153 

" B. H 45,169 

" G. M 210 

Jas 34 

Jas. A 88 

" J.A.m.D.) 214 

J. A 94 

L 104 

Waddill, F. A 45, 164 

Waddy, E. B 203 

Wade, B. F 102 

" J. F 141 

" J. J 102 

" W. A 214 

Wadley, H. G 153 

Wager, C. H 96 

Walden, J.W 169 

Waldo, D 165 

Walke,A 55 

" L 197 

Walker, A 55 

" A. A 159 

" A. S 195 

" B. F 96 

" D. M 141 

" E. M 165 

" F. E 195 

" H 75 

" Jas 74 

" Jos. (Tr.)....35, 36 

« Jos 57 

" J. A 202 

" J.B 45 

" J. C 88 

" J.S 102 

" N. McF 153 

" E. C Ill 

" E. W 173 

" S.W.W 197 

" T 76 

« W. T 121 

" W. W 153 

" W.W.(Eev.) 173 

" Z. J 113 

Walkup, J. A 101 

J. W 101 

E 57 



Walkup, S. A 94 

W.E 80 

" W. M 122 

Wallace, A. H 69 

C. (Tr.).9,35,37 
" C 180 

F. S 147 

J.B 65 

J. H ' 64 

(( p go 

" E.'M.V.ilOS, 213 
S. (Capt.)... 84 

S 88 

Tho8.H 147 

W 72 

W 89 

Waller, J. L 169 

" N. S 88 

E. A 164 

Walpole, J. L 147 

Walsh, W. A 129 

" W.E 199 

" W.H 180 

Walthall, J 66 

Walton, D. H 206 

W. A 182 

Walz, F. J 199 

" J. L 195 

Ward, A. T 102 

" D. L 193 

" W 35 

Warden, J.B 104 

Wardlaw, B. E 83 

F. B 134 

W 52 

Warfield, H. N 134 

Warren, C. F 169 

G. W 195 

H. B 208 

J. W 199 

M.S 60 

Warwick, Jas. W 83 

Jno. W.... 89 

Washburn, E. T 201 

Washington, G 10, 12, 

13, 15, 16 
W. H... 153 

Waterman, A 65 

Waters, C. C 199 

" S. S 134 

Watkins, B. C 88' 

B. P 59 

H.A.(Dr.) 97 

H. A 123 

" H. A 191 

H. E 55 

J.S 59 

« M 57 

M. S 102 

" N. J. v.... 108 



Watkins, E. H 99 

S. F 153 

« T. E 141 

" T. P 74 

'* W. B 127 

" W.H 99 

W. P 177 

Watson, E. J 165 

" T.J 129 

Watts, A. H 80 

" E 38 

" J 74 

" E 108 

" W 73 

Wauchope, G. A...46, 201 

Waugh, J. H 214 

" P. E 88 

Wayland, W 64 

Weaver, T. S 153 

Webb, F. B 147 

" S 64 

" S. H 153 

" W 147 

" W. L 177 

Weber, J 159 

" J. B 173 

Webster, G. P 141 

" H. P 134 

" W. J 134 

Weir, A. A 71 

" A. G 77 

" C. S 87 

" H. H 80 

•« E 81 

Welch, F. C 147 

ti J j^ 299 

Wellborn, MyC.'.'.'.Z 141 

" W. W 141 

Weller, J.B 141 

Wellford (Judge).... 22 

Wells, F. M 70 

" J 64 

" J. M 94 

« W. C 187 

Welsh, J 213 

Welton, A.A 206 

Werber, F 169 

West, J. E 202 

" T. F 169 

Westbrook, M. L 159 

Wethered, G. Y 135 

Wharton, H. S 141 

" M.B 213 

W. P 108 

Wheaton,L 60 

Wheeler, C. K 141 

M 147 

Wheless, M 169 

Whipple, C. E 169 

White, A 135 



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White, A. S 182, 218 

" D.C 135 

" F. L 165 

" G. W 40, 199 

" Henry A., 

41, 46, 199 
" Hugh A., 

16, 44, 119 
" H. M., 

114, 213, 218 

" I. N 77 

" Jno 10 

" Jno 80 

" J.J 16,41 

" J. K 147 

" J.L 135 

" J. S 127 

" L. J 201 

" M 182 

" M.X 115 

" N.K 177 

" Keid 202 

" Kobert (Tr.), 37 
" Robt. (Col.).. 205 

" KB 57 

" R.I 89 

" R. T 169 

" W 39 

" W. G 39 

" W. H 128 

" W. McC..201, 218 
" W.S.(D.D), 38 
" W. S.(Dr.)... 173 

" Z.J 76 

Whitemore, H. H.... 135 

Whiting, F.B 177 

Whitlock, J. A... 141 

Whitney, G.H 185 

Whitten, G. M 147 

Whittle, F 169 

'' S. G 147 

Wickham, H. T 141 

Wilcox, W.W 153 

Wiley, B 115 

Wilhelm, W. F 121 

Wilkes, E. A 187 

Wilkins, G. T 135 

Wm 147 

Wilkinson, C. P 159 

E. C 78 

" J. A 134 

" R. A 153 

" T. S 147 

W. J 195 

Williams, C 126 

" D. R 182 

E.W 147 

" F. C 97 

F. R 141 

" G. W 210 



Williams, L. B 206 

P 75 

" Rob't B... 169 
Rich'd B. 

126, 218 

" S. M 177 

W. J 180 

W. L 159 

Williamson, J. D 92 

R. C 67 

" S 212 

T. L 141 

" T. W.... 128 

W. G.... 121 

Willingham, C. B... 159 

Willis, B 57 

" J.S 148, 216 

Wills, A. G 101 

" Jno.T 94 

" Jno. W 96 

Willson, J. L 210 

" W 10 

W. M 121 

Wilson, A 153 

" A. F 141 

" A. P 65 

" A. W 214 

C. C 193 

" C. LeG..153, 217 

" D 67 

" D. A. (Col.) 96 

" D. A 135 

" D. J 141 

" D. L 159 

" F. C 44, 123 

" G 61 

" H 75 

" H. L 126 

« H.M 159 

" H. S 199 

" Jas 9 

" Jas 55 

" Jas 62 

« Jas. (Dr.).... 129 

« Jas 165 

" Jno 35, 36 

" Jno. (Col.)... 50 

" Jno 61 

" Jno 92 

" Joseph 86 

" Jas.C 57 

" Jas. F 126 

" Jno F 86 

" J.H 80 

" Jas. M 96 

" Jno.M 80 

" J. P 63 

« J. S 185 

" Jas.W 96 

« J. W. (Dr.).. 106 



Wilson, Jno. W 173 

M.D 60 

" Rathmell.... 21 

" Robert 61 

" Robt. (Rev.), 55 

" S 52 

" S.B 57 

" S. H 141 

" S. H 165 

" S. M 147 

« S. V 90 

" S.W 116 

" T. B 21 

" T. B 67 

" T. L 195 

" T. N 44, 106 

" Uel 64 

" Wm. (Rev.) 

35, 37, 50 

" Wm 39, 52 

W.B 61 

" Wm.M 189 

" W. N 126 

Wimbi8h,W. A 185 

Winchester, G 148 

J 182 

J. R 173 

Windsor, F. R 207 

Winfield,J.Q 96 

Wingate, W. J 174 

Wingfield, J. F 153 

Winn,B. F 159 

" J. B 108, 204 

« J.N 165 

" S.K 173 

" W. B 177 

« W. R 106,205 

Winston, W. M 153 

W. 72 

Winter, R. H 169 

Wintersmith, J. F... 148 
J.G... 148 

Wisdom, M.N 169 

W. B 169 

Wise, J. H 199 

Withers, A. S 62 

" T. T 60 

Witherspoon, R 159 

Withrow, J 127 

" J. M 135 

Witt, D. H 129 

Wolf, M 165 

Wood, D. M 147 

« J. F 57 

" J. W 134 

Woodall, E. M 187 

Wooding, J. C 61 

Woodruff, W. W 159 

Woods, E. B 85 

" J 69 



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Woods, J. M 71 

" J. S 85 

" J. W 126 

" M 79 

W. M 72 

Woodson, B.L 210 

C 66 

" M 135 

Woodville, J. L 86 

Woodward, E. B 193 

Woolfolk, J. W 205 

Wootters, A.H 197 

Worley, M 52 

Worsham, E. B 99 

« J. G 141 

" P. W 210 



Worthington, S. B... 153 

Wright, G. D 135 

Wunder, G. 204 

Wyche, T. L 153 

Wylie, H.N 165 

Wyrick, E. J. L 169 

Wyrill, E.H 135 

Wysong, D. P 191 

Yancy, E.J 67 

Yeatman, H. C 108 

P. L 182 

Yerger, H. S 159 

Yonge, S. H 141 



Yost, D 69 

Young, A. F 135 

" H. W 141 

" J. D 141 

« J.W 101 

" Mrs. M. J.... 24 

" S.0 141 

Younger, G. W 153 

Yount, J 108 

Zeigler, P. W 148 

ZoUman, B 191 

H. D 185 

W. A 185 



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