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THE 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 



1888. 



ISSUED, UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE 



NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHECHES OF THE UNITED STATES, 



BT ITS PUBLISHING COMMITTEE, AND CONTAINING THE 



GENERAL STATISTICS OF THOSE CHURCHES FOR THE LAST PREVIOUS YEAR ; 



An Alphabetical List of the Congregational Ministers, and of the Officers and- 

student8 of congregational theological seminaries ; the annual record 

of Changes ; the Vital Statistics of Congregational Ministers 



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Secretary of the National Council of the Congregational Churches, 

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BOSTON: 
CONGREGATIONAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY. 

1888. . 



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THE 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 



1888. 



ISSUED, UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE 



NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHECHES OF THE UNITED STATES, 



BT ITS PUBLISHING COMMITTEE, AND CONTAINING THE 



GENERAL STATISTICS OF THOSE CHURCHES FOR THE LAST PREVIOUS YEAR; 



An Alphabetical List of the Congregational Ministers, and of the Officers and- 

student8 of congregational theological seminaries ; the annual record 

of Changes ; the Vital Statistics of Congregational Ministers 

deceased in 1887; statements of the national co-op- 

erative Societies ; the National and State 

Organizations of Churches; 



AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



BOSTON: 
CONGREGATIONAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY 

1888. 




TSTOTE. 



This Year-Book is issued by the direction and authority of the 
National Council of the Congregational churches assembled at 
Chicago in 1886. 

' fc Every church and minister upon the rolls of the denomination " 
is entitled to share in the distribution of the Year-Book, by direction 
of the Council of 1877, under whose auspices it was first issued. 
It will be obvious, that for the very practical purpose of this 
distribution, ' ' the rolls of the denomination " must be assumed to be 
the tables and list of the Year-Book. The claim of any church or 
minister to receive the Year-Book does not arise until they are 
reported by local authority by the Secretary of the Council. Errors 
excepted, no claim can be recognized outside of these lists. 

The list of the officers and committees of the National Council will 
be found on page 355, and those of the various State organizations on 
those immediately following. Record of the various benevolent 
societies, with the addresses of their officers, may be found on pages 
49-61 ; and of the theological seminaries, with their professors, on 
pages 63-80. 

The next session of the National Council will be held in 1889, 
with the Plymouth church, in Worcester, Mass., beginning Wednes- 
day, October 9. 



Alfred Mudge & Son, Printers, 24 Franklin St., Boston. 



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CENTRAL CHURCH, WORCESTER, MASS. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page 

Calendar for 1888-9 404 

Introductory 5-8 

Treasurer's Statement, July 1, 1888 9 

Annual Record: 

Churches formed, 10; Ministers Ordained or Installed, 11 ; Pastors Dis- 
missed, 14; Ministers Married, 15. 

Vital Statistics of Congregational Ministers who died in 1887 .... 17 
The National Societies : 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions .... 49 

American College and Education Society 52 

American Congregational Association 53 

American Congregational Union . 54 

American Home Missionary Society 56 

American Missionary Association 58 

Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society .... 60 

New West Education Commission 61 

Congregational Theological Seminaries: 

Andover, 63; Bangor, 64; Chicago, 65; Hartford, 67; Oberlin, 68; Pacific, 69; 
Yale, 71. 

Alphabetical List of Students in the Seminaries 72-78 

Summaries 80-82 

First Church, Minneapolis, illustrations and description 83 

The Annual Statistics of the Churches and Ministers: 

Explanations of the Plan of Statistics 86 

The Statistics of the Churches and Pastors by States 88 

Congregational Ministers in Foreign Lands 340 

List of Ministers not Named in Preceding Tables as supplying Churches . 342-354 

The National and State Associations of the Churches 354 

Sessions of, in 1888-9 361 

Annual Meetings of the National Societies in 1888 361 

General Summary Tables for the Year 362 

Remarks upon the Statistics 374 

Alphabetical List of Ministers, with Post-oflice Address 375 

Alphabetical List of Licentiates 402 



INTRODUCTORY. 



The Year-Book comes to the churches with important changes in date and 
matter. Hitherto, the last published statistics of the neveral States, varying in dates, 
through the previous year, have furnished the matter for the compilation which has 
been issued near the beginning of each calendar year. The variety of dates and the 
long time which elapsed between the collection and issue of some of these statistics 
diminished their value. The National Council at Chicago, 1886, undertook to remedy 
the evil by recommending: (1) That the statistics should all bear a uniform date; 
(2) that the date should be Jan. 1; and (3) that all should be collected and pub- 
lished as soon as possible thereafter. It was also provided that a second table should 
be introduced, to be devoted to itemized reports of benevolent contributions and 
Sunday-school statistics, with the names of the superintendent and church clerk. 

The transition to the new order has necessarily involved embarrassment and delay. 
To reach the new date of reports, a period must be included varying from fifteen 
months in some States to two full years in others, and such exceptional reports have 
not been always easily and promptly secured. 

Minnesota declined to furnish the fractional part of a year, and the four months, 
September to December, 1887, cannot be covered by the Year-Book record of that 
State. The same is true, substantially, of Illinois, though the reports of some 
churches, probably, cover the twenty months. And in Kansas* some of the churches 
marked (t) report only to September, 1887, while the others report to Jan. 1, 1888. 
It would not |be safe to say that some other churches do not report for a year only, 
instead of the longer period called for. But the general response to the request of 
the Council has been very gratifying, and the results need hardly more than the usual 
discount for inaccuracy. In cases where the table includes two full years, the 
churches made their report as usual, for each year, and the two reports were combined 
by the State secretaries. All the New England States except Maine belong to this 
class. This, and other requirements of the transition, have added not a little to the 
labors of these brethren, and the cheerfulness and patience with which they have 
met the situation deserve emphatic recognition. 

In the new table of Benevolence and Sunday Schools only the year 1887 is included. 
Many churches, most in fact, could not divide their gifts for a year without great 
uncertainty and risk of injustice; and as several of the columns were new, they would 
not connect or compare with anything in the previous issue. By a misunderstanding 
not discovered until too late for correction, Michigan does include twenty-one months 



6 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

*n this table; but to secure a proper basis of comparisons only four sevenths of the 
totals thus reached are included in the summary tables. In Alabama also the items 
of benevolence include two years, but the totals are only for 1887. 

That the work could be done and the Year-Book issued in May was probably the 
expectation of some, and the hope of more, who favored the change; but those who 
best understand the conditions involved could hardly have shared such anticipations. 
The reports of Connecticut, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Ohio — a list 
which includes the three largest States, Congregationally measured — were not received 
till May, three of them after the middle of the month; and the manuscript form, in 
which tables and lists have been received this year, has added considerably to the 
labor and time necessary in editing and comparing final results. The new order 
brings the heavy work of the large States at the end, and thus adds appreciably to 
the time needed after last reports are in before the end can be reached ; and in pre- 
vious years, two months has seldom been as little as this final editorial work has 
demanded. 

It is not unreasonable to look for an earlier issue of the Year-Book iu future. 
Clerks and secretaries will have a simpler task, will understand it better, and will, 
doubtless, do better; and the success of the Council's effort at improvement is not to 
be judged by the delays of a transitional and experimental year. 

The State secretaries hold a place in our system the significance of which is not 
always appreciated. In fact, as the new order brings more clearly to view, they are 
assistant editors of the Year-Book, and it will aid them in doing their work if they 
bear this fact in mind. Their tables go to the printer in manuscript, and the more 
carefully and minutely they conform to the Year-Book's items and arrangements, 
the less time and labor need to be expended on them; the more clearly every letter 
or figure is written, the fewer errors and corrections. Their columns call for accurate 
addition, but they do not always get it. The new table of benevolences provides for 
cross additions, which will prove the accuracy of the work, as the sums by churches 
and by causes should be identical. But in several of the States this work had to be 
repeated to secure consistent totals; in one State less than half of the churches were 
correctly added. 

The list of ministers needs the most vigilant supervision of the local secretaries. 
The Minnesota secretary furnished to the Year-Book not only a list of the ministers 
connected with his State association, but accounting as far as he was able for every 
name found in the last Year-Book in his State. Is there any reason why all should 
not do the same ? It would relieve the labors of the editor, and contribute greatly to the 
thoroughness of the results reached, if every secretary would report upon every name 
in the Year-Book from his State. Each one needs the help of others in this way for 
suitable sifting of his own roll and care for his wandering brethren. And each 
secretary is the servant, not simply of the body which appoints him, but of all the 
churches; whatever he can contribute to the widest fellowship and good order he 
may well be glad to do. The completeness of the Year-Book's record of many 
names on the list is the contribution of two State secretaries, perhaps remote, each 



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1888.] INTRODUCTORY. 7 

giving what he knows. The incompleteness in other cases would be supplied if some 
secretary had furnished what he knows well. Brethren, the ambition to make our 
Year-Book as perfect as possible belongs properly to every one of you; and many 
of you, I am sure, recognize it. 

And not to the State secretaries only; the scribes of local associations and con- 
ferences have less consideration than is their due in our working forces. Their 
reports to the State secretary are of fundamental importance. Their careful and 
accurate work reappears in the Year-Book; their careless omissions or insertions 
do the same; and of the latter there are too many. Every issue of the Year-Book 
is followed by a number of reproachful questions: "Why is my name starred or 
omitted? " and the explanation is often, that a brother's name is not reported by the 
scribe of the association to which he belongs. On the other hand, three or four 
names drop from the list this year of men from whom an inquiry for the date of ordi- 
nation brought the reply, that they had not been ordained. Of course they were out 
of place by the carelessness of some reporter who had entered a licentiate or local 
preacher's name without inquiry. It is not safe to insert any new name without the 
date of ordination as a testimony to the fact. * 

The Council at Chicago provided for a new system of classifying and reporting the 
ministers. Those formerly known and reported simply as pastors, who bad been 
ordained, recognized, or installed by council are to be designated as pastors by coun- 
cil and marked p. c; while another class of ministers called by vote of the church, 
and recognized as pastors " by some specific act of the church," were to be designated 
as pastors, and marked p. The reports under this new head will be examined by 
many with more curiosity than satisfaction. That the limitations prescribed by the 
Couucil have not been remembered is evident in States where every minister, sub- 
stantially, however transient and informal his engagement, is a pastor by " council " 
" or otherwise." 

The importance of the action of the Council in regard to the Year-Book and its 
statistics, and upon the subject of ministerial standing, justifies the repetition of its 
resolutions this year. Many of the reports from the churches were made without a 
sufficiently clear understanding of them. 

The committee on the Secretary's Report, the Rev. A. H. Ross, d. d., chairman, 
included the following resolutions in their report, and they were adopted: — 

Resolved, (1) That the statistical year of our Year-Book be the civil year. 

Resolved, (2) That for and after the year 1888, the Year-Book be issued as soon 
after the first of January as is practicable, and that it contain the statistics of the 
preceding year. 

Resolved, (3) That for and after the year 1888, the Year-Book contain the chari- 
ties of the churches in detail, the charitable legacies paid during the year, and the 
statistics of the Sunday schools. 

Resolved, (4) That the church clerks be asked to forward their statistics to the 
proper secretary as early as the fifteenth day of January of each year. 

Resolved, (5) That we recommend that in the State Minutes the churches be 
arranged alphabetically, on the plan of the Year-Book. 

Resolved, (6) That absent church members be considered such as have removed 
their residence beyond the natural limits of the parish in which the church is located; 
from which the following persons should be excepted : such as are away at school or 



8 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

college, such as are on extended journeys, and such as are otherwise temporarily 
absent. 

Resolved, (7) That in the enrolment of families, all that recognize a minister as 
their pastor, or who naturally look to him in preference to any one else for minis- 
terial services, should be included. 

Resolved, (8) That we recommend to the churches to look up their absent members ; 
to urge on them the duty of taking letters to other churches ; to notify some church, 
where the absent are living, of their church standing, with the request that the said 
church watch over them; and, in case of continued neglect or refusal to transfer 
their membership, to deal with them as Christian wisdom and love may dictate. 

The report of the committee on the Pastorate and Ministerial Standing, Rev. R. 
G. Hutchins, d. d., chairman, embodied resolutions which were amended and adopted, 
as follows: — 

Resolved, (1) That standing in the Congregational ministry is acquired by the ful- 
filment of these three conditions: namely, (1) membership in a Congregational 
church; (2) ordination to the Christian ministry; and (3) reception as an ordained 
minister into the fellowship of the Congregational churches, in accordance with the 
usage of the State or territorial organization of churches in which the applicant may 
reside ; and such standing is to be continued in accordance with these usages, it being 
understood that a pro re natu council is the ultimate resort in all cases in question. 

Resolved, (2) That all Congregational ministers in good standing in their respective 
States, who have been installed by council, or who have been regularly called to the 
pastorate by the specific vote of some church, have formally accepted such position, 
and have been recognized as such by some definite act of the church, should be 
enrolled as pastors; and we advise that all our denominational statistics, and direct 
that, so far as possible, our Year-Book conform to this principle. 

Resolved, (3) That this National Council commends to the churches, in accordance 
with our ancient usage, the importance of properly called ecclesiastical councils, 
ordinarily selected from the vicinage, and especially the great importance of the 
installation of ministers to the pastorate by councils, when it is practicable, as con- 
ducive to the purity of the ministry and the prosperity of the churches. 

Resolved, (4) That the State organizations and local organizations of churches be 
recommended to consider such modification of their constitution as will enable them 
to become responsible for the ministerial standing of ministers within their bounds, 
in harmony with the principle that the churches of any locality decide upon their 
own fellowship. 

Resolved, (5) That the Year-Book designate pastors who have been installed or 
recognized by council called to examine the pastor-elect and assist in inducting him 
into office, by the letters p. c, and pastors otherwise inducted by the letter p.; it 
being understood that these changes shall be first made in the Year-Book for 1888. 

The churches make reports January 1 to their local secretaries, which come in due 

course to the Year-Book. If after that date prompt notice of every change were 

sent to the editor, it would contribute very much to the completeness and accuracy of 

the record, which the Year-Book always tries to bring down to date of issue. Will 

not every minister and every church heed this request, and after January 1 notify 

me of every ordination, installation, accepted call, dismission, change of residence 

or of ministerial supply ? 

HENRY A. HAZEN. 

AUBURNDALE, MASS., 1 AugUSt, 1888. 



1888.] 



treasurer's statement. 



TKEASUKEK'S STATEMENT. 



KNOWLES FUND. 

The legacy of ten thousand dollars, left by Mrs. Helen C. Knowles, of Worcester, 
for the benefit of disabled clergymen, has been received by the treasurer, and, with the 
approval of the Finance Committee, invested in securities yielding from five to seven 
per cent interest. The cost of the securities, including premium, accrued interest, and 
all expenses thus far, has been $10,192.75. The income since the investment has been 
$778.3(5, leaving on hand for distribution under the direction of the committee. $585.61. 

TREASURY. 

The following schedule shows the present standing of the several local bodies as 
related to the National Treasury. The assessments, as ordered by the Council, are 
for each civil year, on the whole number of church members reported in the Year- 
Book of the previous year, and are due on the first of July of each year. So long as 
a large percentage is discounted for the delay or failure or payment by some States, 
the States which pay promptly must also pay disproportionately. The readiness with 
which some have done this without complaint is worthy of high commendation, and 
the disposition to fall into line and pay promptly is steadily increasing. When all 
do this it will be safe to lower somewhat the percentage of the assessment. 

As the Year-Book for 1888 is not yet issued, the treasurer cannot determine the 
quotas for 1889, or give a reliable view of the condition of the treasury when the bills for 
the publishing of the Year-Book shall be presented and paid. 

The following schedule, therefore, gives only the sums which are past due from the 
several States, and the sums which are duo for the present year and are yet unpaid. 
It will be seen that nearly four thousand dollars is still due for the present year, 
while more than three thousand dollars remains unpaid of the assessments made 
previous to 1888. 

A vigorous and judicious effort on the part of those who are most immediately 
interested would quickly change this aspect of the case aud enable the treasurer to 
present a more satisfactory statement. 

SCHEDULE. 

This schedule shows the amount due from the several States on former years, and 
the amount due for the year 1888. 





Due on 


Dae on 




Due on 


Due on 




past years. 


1888. 




past years. 


1888. 


Alabama 


$10 06 


$18 91 


Montana 


$8 81 


$3 10 


Arizona 


00 


00 


Nebraska 


116 39 


96 78 


Arkansas 


9 27 


4 99 


Nevada 


4 97 


60 


California 


00 


17 97 


New Hampshire 


00 


00 


Colorado 


00 


00 


New Jersey 


00 


53 44 


Connecticut 


00 


00 


New Mexico 


4 82 


1 53 


Dakota 


00 


00 


New York 


1,670 33 


562 51 


District of Columbia 


00 


16 78 


North Carolina 


21 98 


15 06 


Florida 


00 


00 


North Dakota 


12 95 


14 01 


Georgia 


22 05 


24 06 


Ohio 


177 66 


401 08 


Idaho 


83 


21 


Oregon 


98 90 


16 74 


Illinois 


00 


65 31 


Pennsylvania 


119 40 


122 25 


Indiana 


29 55 


31 33 


Rhode Island 


83 52 


88 24 


Indian Territory 


3 21 


2 97 


South Carolina 


29 45 


4 56 


Iowa 


00 


298 75 


Tennessee 


40 09 


16 72 


Kansas 


82 81 


138 63 


Texas 


38 33 


9 18 


Kentucky 


28 07 


4 89 


Utah 


16 88 


3 27 


Louisana 


76 54 


21 18 


Vermont 


266 58 


296 32 


Maine 


226 20 


316 m 


Virginia 


00 


2 14 


Maryland 


00 


4 11 


Washington 
West Virginia 


31 28 


17 94 


Massachusetts 


00 


624 80 


8 10 


2 17 


Michigan 


00 


78 45 


Wisconsin 


487 85 


209 73 


Minnesota 
Mississippi 


00 
7 32 


153 64 
2 52 


Wyoming 


00 


00 








Missouri 


00 


96 19 




$3,734 20 


$3,859 68 



Hartford, July, 1888. 



LAVALETTE PERRIN. 



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CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



!~1888. 



ANNUAL RECORD. 



CHURCHES ORGANIZED, 1887. 

Alabama : 

Birmingham, June 17 ; Decatur, Plymouth, 
June 17 ; do., Second, Nov. 30. 

Arizona : 
Nogales, Nov. 24. 

California : 

Canby, ; Carlsbad, ; Cottonwood, 

; Edgemont, ; Escondido, ; Gold 

Hill, ; Lob Angeles, East, ; do., Pico 

Heights, Oct. 24 ; Monrovia, Dec. 2 ; Oakland, 
Seventh ave., June — ; Perris, May — ; Po- 
mona, Pilgrim, May 24; Poway, March 27; 
Riverside, South (reor.), Aug. 9 ; Sweet- 
water, ; West Point, July 20. 

Colorado : 
Platteville. April 4; Red Cliff, . 

Connecticut : 

Bridgeport, West End, Feb. 15; New 
Haven, Ferry St., April 28; North Canaan, 
Pilgrim, June 15. 

Dakota : 

Cando, Sept. 4; Dakota River, Oct. 28; 

Dickinson, ; Hankinson, ; Hermosa, 

March 18; Lower Battle River, March 18; 

Miranda, May 1; Mound City, ; New 

England City, July 31; Petersburg, ; 

Redfield, German, ; Rose Valley, Gard- 
ner, May 5; Running Water, March 6; Shey- 
enne, July 24; Towner, May 22; Winchester, 
May 15. 
Florida : 

Altamont, ; Lake Brantley, ; Lake 

Helen, Jan. 9; Oak Hill, Jan. 9; Sylvan Lake, 
Jan. 9. 
Georgia : 

Andersonville, May 10 ; Stonewall, — — . 
Illinois : 

Ashley, July 21; Chicago, Scandinavian, 
Sept. 21; Clarendon Hills, April 18; Don- 
gola, Jan. 16; Elgin, Prospect St., June 20; 
Melvin, June 19 ; Morgan Park, Ch. of the 
Open Door, May 20; Mount Forest, June 24; 

Olmstead, ; Pulaski. Sept. 4; Springfield, 

Second, Oct. 23; Ullen, Feb. 13; Western 
Springs, Oct. 11. 
Indiana : 

Eames, Oct. 12; Hammond, Oct. 11; Hos- 
mer, Feb. 12 ; Needmore, Sept. 12 ; Portland, 
Dec. 11. 
Iowa : 

Allison, July 21; Elma, May 12; Harold, 
Jan. 6; Kiowa, May 6; Long Creek, Oct. 9; 
Sioux City, March 31 ; Talmage, April 20. 
Kansas : 

Arkansas City, June 19; Bird City, Feb. 8; 

Cclia, ; Colwich, Feb. 4; Gritzland, Aug. 

21; Harold, March 20; Herndon, German, 

; Jewett F»*rm, Dec. 5 ; Ludell, German, 

; Pleasant Vale. Dec. 18; Rago, Dec. 6; 

Seely, April 10; Sunnyside, Feb. — ; Ver- 



non, ; Village Creek, Branch, ; Vol- 
taire, ; Wichita, Mayflower, Aug. 14. 

Kentucky: 

Combs, — — . 
Louisi vna: 

Hammond, May 8; New Orleans, Univer- 
sity, . 

Maine : 

Carritunk, Sept. 29. 
Massachusetts : 

Magnolia, Feb. 9 ; Medford, Union, Dec. 1 ; 

Rochester, East, ; Ware, French, Sept. 

27 ; Worcester, Park, Feb. 24. 
Michigan : 

Batavia, April 8; Big Prairie, April 30; 

Blackmar, May 6; Briley, ; Carsonville, 

May 17; Clam Lake, July 12; Crow Island, 
June 24; Dover, Feb. 27; Fayette, ; Gar- 
den, ; Gladstone, ; Harrison, Jan. 8; 

Kalkaska, ; Maple City, Sept. 23; Mill- 
brook, Feb. 24 ; Milletts, Aug. 1 ; Nahma, ; 

Needmore, ; Newport, Oct. 16 ; Red 

Jacket, June 21; Sault Ste. Marie, March 9; 
Wakefield, Aug. 28; Westwood, March 14. 
Minnesota : 

Lamberton (reor.), ; Manchester, June 

4; Maple Bay, July 31; Marietta, Aug. 21; 
Stewart, July 6; St. Paul, Bethany, Nov. 6; 

West Dora, ; Winona, Second, Dec. 28. 

Missouri : 

Hitt, ; Hyde, ; Iberia, near March 

22; Ritchey, May 31; St. Louis, People's Tab- 
ernacle, Dec. 21; Twin Springs, ; Unity, 

March 19. 
Nebraska : 

Austin, Sept. 11 ; Berlin, Nov. 15 ; Dead Horse 

Creek, May 29; Dodge, ; Farnam, June 

15; Flag Butte, June 15; Geneva, Jan. 13; 
Grand Island, June 26; Grant, Nov. 30; 
Howell, Aug. 21; Leigh, Aug. 21; Lincoln, 
Plymouth, Oct. 12; McCook, German, May 6; 

Neel, ; Nelson, German, April 12; Omaha, 

Park Place, Dec. 27; Rockvale, Oct. 16; Se- 
ward, May 10; Shickley, Oct. 30; Sonnyview, 

; Springfield, March 1; Springview, April 

24; Strang, April 5; Trenton, March 17; Wil- 
cox, March 18. 
New Jersey : 

Long Branch, April 12; Newark, May 18. 
New York: 

Albany, Clinton ave., June 30; Canarsie, 

; Watertown, Emmanuel, Oct. 18. 

Ohio : 

Amboy, ; Eagleville, June 27; Lima, 

April 13; Sherrodsville, ; Springfield, 

Lagonda Ave., July 27. 
Oregon : 

Albina, Sept. 1 ; Grass Valley, ; Hood 

River, East, . 

Pennsylvania : 

Kane, Dec. 29; Nanticoke, Jan. 8; Old 
Forge, May 31; Sharpsburg, June — . 
Rhode Island: 

Providence, Olivet, . 



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Crossville, Oct. 15; Deer Lodge, Nov. 16; 
Pine Mountain, Calvary, Nov. 26. 
Texas : 

Petty, . 

Utah: 

Salt Lake City, Phillips, Jane 3. 
Vermont : 

Jeffersonville, Cambridge, Feb. 16. 
Washington Territory: 

Coupeville, Feb. 20; Franklin, Nov. 27; 

Grand Coulee, July — ; Seattle, Taylor, ; 

South Mountain, . 

Wisconsin : 

Arena, Third, April 6; Ashland, Sept. 1; 
Baldwin, Oct. 27; Dousman, March 24; Eagle 
River, April 2 ; Lynxville, Sept. 5; Milwau- 
kee, Pilgrim, May 26; Superior, West, March 
2 ; Tomahawk, Nov. 22. 
Wyoming : 

Lusk, Feb. 20. 



ORDAINED OB INSTALLED. 
In this list, •' o" denotes ordination withou* 
installation; "o. p." ordination as pastor; 
" o. f. to." ordination for foreign missionary 
service; *' r." recognized. But owing to in- 
definite reports, " o." may sometimes be an 
error for " o. />." 

1887. 

ABLETT, JOHN C, Hudson- 
ville, Mich.. o. Jan. 18 

AINSWORTH, ISRAEL, 
Rockville ch., S. Peabody, Ms., i. Nov. 16 

ALCOTT, WILLIAM P., Line- 
brook ch., Ipswich, Mass., i. May 4 

ANDREWS, CHARLES E., 
Third ch.. Torrington. Ct., i. Aug. 31 

ANDRU8, J. COWLE S, Good- 
will ch., Syracuse, N.Y., i. Dec. 13 

APPLE BEE, WARREN, Har- 
wich Port, Mass., »". April 28 

AUNKS, FRANK M., Mendon, 
Mich., o. Dec. 20 

BACON, THOMAS R., First 
ch., Berkeley, Cal., i. Sept. 27 

BADERT8CHER, GOTTS- 
FHIED, Warrenville, N. J., o.p. Sept. 

BAILEY, J. WEBSTER, West 
Rutland, Vt., i. Jan. 11 

BAKER, HENRY R., Jones- 
ville, Minn., o. Nov. 3 

BAKER, W. H., Woodbine, Ky. , o. Dec. 

BALCH, FREDERICK H., 
Hood River, Or., o. May 6 

BALL, ALBERT H., Elgin, IU., i. Feb. 22 

BARBER. CLARENCE H., 
North Manchester, Ct., i. Jan. 26 

BARSTO W, JOHN, Groton, Ms.,o.p. June 29 

BARTLETT, DANA W., 
Union ch., St. Louis, Mo., o. July 21 

BARTLETT, EDWARD O., 
Academy ave. ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., i. Oct. 18 

BA8KERVILLE, MARK, Wy - 

oming, 111., i. Sept. 29 

BASSETT, AUSTIN B., First 
ch., Williamstown, Mass., o.p. Sept. 15 

BATES, FRANCIS W., Ober- 
lin, O., o.f.m. May 28 

BAYNE, JOHN S., First ch., 

Hadley, Mass., i. Dec. 28 

BEACH, HOMER T., Sears- 
port. Me., o. July 1 

BEACH, SAMUEL, Cedar 
Falls, Io., r. Nov. 9 



BEARS, ALFRED H., Lead 

City, Dak., o. Nov. 30 

BELL, EDSON M., Axtell, Kan., o. Oct. 6 
BENTE, CHRISTOPHER H., 

East Rockaway, N. Y., i. June 1 

BERLE, ADOLPH A., New 

Richmond, Wis., o.p. Sept. 

BLAKE, S. LEROY, First ch.. 

New London, Ct., i. March 30 

BLOOMFIELD, FRANK, 

West Branch, Mich., o. Jan. 25 

BODWELL. JOSEPH C, 

Lyndonville, Vt., i. June 23 

BRADLEY, D. F., Yankton, Dak., t. June 12 
BROOKS, CHARLES S., Roll- 
stone ch., Fitchburg, Mass., i. May 11 
BROOKS, JESSE W., Stuyves- 

ant ave.ch.,Brooklyn, N. Y., t. March 15 
BROWN, AURELIAN L., 

Springfield, Minn., o. Oct. 26 

BURD1CK, WILLIAM L., 

Exeter ch., Lebanon, Ct., o. June 18 

BURROUGHS, GEO. S., Col- 
lege ch., Amherst, Mass., i. Jan. 12 
BUTLER, FRANK E., Housa- 

tonic, Mass., o. p. June 22 

BYINGTON, EDWARD H., 

Hope chapel, Springfield, Ms., o. May 24 
CHANDLER, EVERETT S., 

Albion, Neb., o. Jan. 7 

CHESTER, ARTHUR, Bush- 
wick ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., o. elan. 11 
CHILD, E. A., Red Jacket, Mich., o. June 21 
CHUTTER, FREDERICK G., 

Littleton, N. H., o.p. Sept. 28 

CLAPP, CEPUAS F., Seventh 

ave. ch., Oakland, Cal., i. Nov. 

CLARK, CYRUS A., Oberlin, 

O, o.f.m. May 28 

CLAYTON, THOMAS, Zanes- 

ville, O.. r. March 8 

COLCORD, DANIEL H., Mon- 
rovia, Cal., i. Dec. 2 
COLWELL, HENRY J., Grand 

Meadow, Minn., i. Nov. 17 

COLWELL, JOnN W., Bar- 

rington, R. I.. i. July 20 

CONVERSE, WILLIAM A. C, 

Piermont, N. H., o. p. March 2 

COOPER, JOHN H , Addison, 

Mich.. o. July 22 

COOPER, SAMUEL B., West 

Pittston, Pa., o. Jan. 19 

COPPING, BERNARD, Grove- 
land, Mass., i. Oct. 19 
CORNET, EDWARD, Long 

Branch, N. J., i. April 12 

COUNTERMINE, JOHN D., 

Clinton ave. ch., Albanv, N.Y., i. June 30 
CRANE, JOHN F., Horton's 

Bay, Mich., o. July 7 

CROMER, JEREMIAH C, 

Fort Wayne, Ind. , i. May 10 

CROSS, JAMES P., Hudson, O.. o. July 27 
CROSS, WILLIAM H., Sara- 
toga, Cal., i. April 5 
CUNNINGHAM, W. B., Michi- 
gan, Dak., o. Aug. 14 
DAVIDSON, WILLIAM E., 

Friend, Neb., o. Dec. 8 

DA VIES, J. FRANCIS, Lima, O., i. April 13 
DAVIS, WILLIAM V. W., 

Union ch., Worcester, Mass.,i. April 15 
DAVY, JAMES, Gardner, Dak., o. May 5 
DEAN, WILLIAM N. T., Ox- 
ford, Mass., i. Nov. 16 
DENNEY, WILLIAM R. M., 
Columbus, O. o. July 15 



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DEWEY, HARRY P., South 
ch., Concord. N. H., o. p. Oct. 12 

DODGE, JOHN E., Sterling, Ms., i. June 2 

DOLtf, J. HERBERT, Fruit- 
port, Mich., o. April 26 

DORION", T. A., French ch., 

Ware, Mass., i. Sept. 27 

DO YLE, AMOS, Voltaire, Kan. , o. May 25 

DUNLAP, SAMUEL P., Spring- 
field. O., i. April 21 

ELDREDGE, JOHN W., Hood 

River, Or., o. May 6 

EVANS, EINION C, Pacific 
ch., St. Paul, Minn., i. Dec. 6 

FAIRBANK, JOHN B , Mor- 
ris, Minn., i. May 20 

FARQUHAR, ROBERT W., 
Morris, 111., o. April 1 

FA VILLE, JOHN, 'Appleton, 

Wis., i. March 30 

FORD. ROBERT, Center Har- 
bor, N. H.. o. p. June 21 

FOSTER, EDWARD P., Storrs 
ch., Cincinnati, O., i. March 24 

FOSTER, FESTUS, Kiowa, Kan., i. May 8 

GALE, CLARENCE R., Calvin- 
istlc ch., Fitchburg, Mass., o. p. Dec. 28 

GLEASON, CHARLES N., 
First ch., Deer Isle, Me., o. Aug. 30 

GLEASON, HERBERT W., 
Como avc, Minneapolis, Minn., op. March 7 

GOODHUE, HENRY A., West 
Westminster, Vt., i., asst.p. Oct. 19 

GOOD8PEED, FRANK L., 
Mattapoisett, Mass., o. p. June 29 

GORDON, ROBERT, Ransom, 
Mich., o. March 25 

GRANNIS, GEORGE H., 
Third ch., St. Louis, Mo., t. Jan. 20 

GRAUER, OTTO C, Cobden, 111., o. June 22 

GREGG, DAVID, Park st. ch., 
Boston, Mass., i. Feb. 16 

GUNSAULUS, FRANK W., 
Plymouth ch., Chicago, 111., i. June 27 

HACK, ROLLINT., Belfast, Me ,o.p. Sept. 30 

HADLEY, WILLIS A., Belle- 
ville, Ncwburyport, Ms., i., col. p. Nov. 30 

HAGUE, WILLIAM B., New 
Haven, Vt., i. Sept. 20 

H A LL, JOHN J., Berlin, Vt., o. p. June 8 

HANFORD, 8AMUEL I., 

Long Pine, Neb., 0. Dec. 28 

HARRIS, THOMAS J., South 
Hero, Vt., o. Feb. 2 

HARROWER, CHRI8TO. 
PHER, Filer City, Mich., o. r. Nov. 25 

HARTLEY, DANIEL N., 
Liber, Ind., o. Dec. 

HATCH, FRANKLIN S., Mon- 
eon, Mass., i. Nov. 30 

HATCH, GEORGE B., North 
ch., Lynn, Mass., o.p. July 27 

HEBMERD, STEPHEN 8., 
Viroqua. Wis., o. Nov. 22 

DERRICK, HENRY M., Wi- 
nona, Minn., o. Dec. 28 



HILKERBAUMER, RICH- 
ARD, Bridgeport, 111., o. June 2 

HILL, JAMES L., Mystic ch., 
Medford, Mass., i. Jan. 12 

HOUSTON, WARREN II., 
Upland, Neb., o. p. Sept. 4 

HOVEY, HORACE C, d d., 
Park st. ch, Bridgeport, Ct., i. June 1 

HOYT, HENRY N.,Oak Park, 
111., i. Jan. 25 

HUBBARD, WILLIAM B., 
Chamberlain, Dak , i. May 25 

HULETT, JAMES A., Dan- 
ville, 111., o. Nov. 29 

HUNGERFORD, F. U., Rock 
Springs, Wyo., o. Nov. 16 

HUNTER, BENJAMIN, Crow 
Island, Mich., o. June 

HUNTER, WILLIAM C, Chi- 
cago, 111., o. June 21 

JEFFERSON, CHARLES E , 
Central ch. , Chelsea, Mass., o. p. Sept. 29 

JOHN, JAS., Shenandoah, Pa., o.p. Dec. 25 

JONES, DAVID E, Broad 
Brook, Ct., i. Jan. 19 

JONES, WILLIAM M.. Union 
ch., Minneapolis, Minn., i. May 17 

JONE8, WM. O., Carmel, O., o. p. Nov. 

JUDSON, GEORGE W., 
Orange, Mass., o.p. July 1 

KARPENSTEIN, JOHN H., 
Adams, Mass., o. Jan. 30 

KAUFMAN, WILLIAM H., 
Ct'dar Rapids, Io., o. Feb. 1 

KAYE, JAS. R., Chenoa, 111., o. p. Nov. 15 

KELLER, LEWIS H., Mondon, 
Mich., o. Feb. 8 

KELSEY, MEAD A., Ercing- 
ton, 111., o. May 4 

KENT, LAURENCE, Boll- 
mont, 111., o. March 

KIMBALL, LUCIEN C, Can- 
terbury, N. II., o.p. June 17 

KING, H. C, Oberlin, O., o. May 28 

KING, HOWARD A. L., Fort 
Scott, Kan., i. Feb. 27 

KING, JOHN W., Eaton.Col., o. Feb. 8 

KINGSBURY, FREDERICK 
L., Norwich, Vt., o. f. m. June 3 

KITTLESON, OLAUS, Grand 
Rapids, Wis., o. Nov. 16 

LEADINGHAM, JOHN, Ober- 
lin, O., o. May 28 

LEWIS, THOMAS G., Vailton 
and Pleasant Ridge, Neb., o. p, July 29 

LLOYD, RHY8 R., California 
ave. ch., Chicago, HI., o. May 12 

LONGREN, CHARLES W., 
Freeport, Me., o. p. Aug. 14 

LOVE, ARCHIBALD L., Sec 
ond ch., Putnam, Ct., i. July 20 

LUCE, F. L.. Lisle, N. Y., o. Sept. 14 

LUCK, CHARLES W., Tops- 
field, Mass.. o. p. June 29 

LYMAN, ALBERT J., South 
ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., i. March 24 



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McBRIDE, WILLIAM II., 
Biownville, Me., o. Oct. 19 

McCARTN'EY, HENRY R., 
Argentine, Kan., o. Jan. 20. 

MacDONALD, JOHN, Hydes- 

ville and Rohuerville, Cal., o. p. Nov. 

McLELLAN, GEORGE M., 
Louisville, Ky., o. Oct. 11 

McNAMARA, J. E., Pilgrim 
ch., Sioux City, Io., o. p. Sept. 6 

MACOMBER, HIRAM J., Steele 

City, Neb., o. Oct. 31 

MARVIN, FREDERICK R., 
Great Barrington, Mass., i. Aug. 10 

MASON, JOHN R.,Ralsinville, 

Mich., o. Aug. 25 

MAXWELL, J. ALLEN, First 
ch., Danbury, Ct., i. May 15 

MAY, JAKOB, Crete, Neb., o. Oct. 31 

MAYHEW, WILMOT M., 

Whiting, Vt., i. Dec. 15 

MEREDITH, ROBERT R., 
d. d., Tompkins ave. ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., i. Sept. 29 

MERRILL, CHAS. W., Pil- 
grim, Minneapolis, Minn., r. April 19 

MERRILL, GEORGE H., 
Oakland, Cal., o. Jan. 25 

METCALF, ARTHUR, Maple 
City, Mich., o. Sept. 25 

MILTON, GEORGE R., Pros- 
pect st. ch., Elgin, 111., i. June 20 

MITCHELL, J. LEE, Cadillac, 
Mich., i. Nov. 11 

MO UK, UR8INUB O., Eagle 
Rock, Ct., o. Feb. 27 

MORACH, JAKOB, Crete, Neb., o. Oct. 31 

MORROW, CORNELIU8 W., 
Second ch., Danbury, Ct., i. June 24 

MORSE, ROBERT C, West- 
moreland, Kan. , o. Sept. 13 

MOSES, VINCENr, Sherman, Me., o. Oct. 2 

NASON, JOHN H., Anoka Minn., i. July 14 

NEWELL, HORATIO B., 

Greenfield, Mass., o.f. in. Aug. 25 

NUTTING, JOHN K., Free- 
dom, O., i. June 2 

OAKLEY, E. CLARENCE, 
First, Sao Bernardino, Cal., i. Oct. 25 

PACKARD, EDWARD N., 
Plymouth ch., Syracuse, N.Y., i. Oct. 25 

PARKER, WILLIAM, Oswego, 111., o. Aug. 4 

PA8KE, WILLIAM J., New- 
castle, Neb., o. May 4 

PATTON, CORNELIUS H., 

Westfield, N. J., o. p. Feb. 16 

PEASE, WILLIAM, Mound 
City, 111., o. Nov. 29 

PELTON, GEORGE S., Park 

ch., Worcester, Mass., i. Feb. 24 

PIERCE, LUCIUS M., Golden 
Prairie, Io., o. July 27 

PIERCE, W. WALLACE, La- 
gonda ave., Springfield, O., o. p. July 27 

PILLSBURY, HERVEY G., 
Vergennes, Vt., *. Dec. 13 



POWELL, GREGORY J., 
Chadron, Neb., i. June 15 

POWELL, SAMUEL W., Otis, Ms., i. Nov. 15 

POWER, JOHN T., Spring, 
view, Neb., o. Oct. 18 

PRENTISS, GEORGE F., 
West End ch., Bridgeport, Ct., o. p. June 14 

REED, GEORGE H., Winslow 
ch., Taunton, Mass., o.p. June 3 

REED. GEORGE W., Spring- 
field, Mass., o. May 

REYNOLDS, GEO. W., Gor- 
ham, Me., i. Dec. 14 

RICHARDS, HOWARD A. N., 
Hampden, O., o.p. Sept. 28 

RIDEOUT, BATES S., Second 
ch., Norway, Me., o.p. Nov. 15 

RIGGS, HERMAN C, D. D., 
Binghamton, N. Y., i. Feb. 17 

RIS8ER, HENRY A., Franklin, lo., o. Dec. 9 

ROBINSON, ORRIN L.,Elroy, 
Wis., o.p. Aug. 

ROGERS, LEWIS G., Arcade, 
N. Y., o. June 15 

ROOD, JOHN S., Wheatland, 
Mich., o. p. Sept. 28 

ROSE, SAMUEL, Poquonock, Ct., o. Oct. 25 

ROUSE, FREDERICK T., West 
8uperior, Wis., o. p. Oct. 26 

SAFFORD, GEORGE B., d. d„ 
Elkhart, Ind., i. April 19 

SAMPSON, CALEB, Oak Hill, 0.,i. 

SANDERS, FRANK P., New 
London, O., i. Dec. 1 

SARGENT, CLARENCE S., 
Adams, Mass., i. Oct. 12 

BATTLER, JOHN, Bridgeport, 111., o. June 2 

SCHOLFIELD, ABRAHAM, 
Spring Green, Wis., o. March 

SCOVILLE, EDGAR E., Union 
ch., Cleveland, O., o. May 19 

8EWALL, WILLIAM, Charl- 
ton, Mass., t. June 24 

SEYMOUR, BELA N, Fifth 
ch., Washington, D. C, i. Nov. 1 

SHAW, JUDSON W., First ch., 
Royalaton, Mass., o.p. June 30 

SHERK, THOMAS, Fredonia.Kan., o. Nov. 2 

SINGER, EDWIN J., Ritzville, 
W. T., o. Aug. 30 

SINKS, PERRY W., Painesville,0.,». Nov. 9 

SKELTON, WILLIAM J., West 
Brooksville, Me., o. Sept. 13 

SKINNER, CHARLES L., 
Waterford, Me., i. Nov. 18 

SMITH, CHARLES H., Belcher- 
town, Mass., o. p. Nov. 1 

SPOONER, ARTHUR, Prince- 
ton, Wis., o. Oct. 7 

SQUIER, EDGAR A., Decatur, 
Ala., i. Nov. 17 

8TANTON, JAMES, Platte- 
vllle, Col., o. April 4 

STEARNS, GEO. W., Acton, Ms., i. Sept. 23 

STEELE, WM., Stephen, Minn., o. Jan. 11 



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STOKES, WILLIAM T., Em- 
manuel ch. f Watertown, N. Y., i. Oct. 18 

8TRINGER, FIRTH, Spring 
Valley, III., i. April 5 

SUTHERLAND, JOHN M., 
BroDsoo, Mich., o. p. Jane 15 

SUTHERLAND, WARD T., 
Ashland, Wis., o.p. Sept. 1 

SWAB, ELIAS F., Clifton, 
111., o. May 20 

TASKKR, J. O., Columbus, Neb., o. Jan. 19 

THOMAS, WILLIAM A., 
Conway, Mass., i. Sept. 14 

THOMPSON, ALEXANDER, 
Bartlett, 111., o. Oct. 21 

THYGE80N, HANSON E., 
Lebanon, Me., o. Nov. 2 

TOWNE, SALEM D., Hamp- 
den, Me., i. May 6 

TRACY, ISAAC B., Brandon.Wis., o. Sept. 23 ; 

TUCKER, JOHN F., Mattoon, 111. , o.p. Dec. 1 j 

TUPPER, LELAND E., Post ' 

Mills, Vt., o. Feb. 23 

VON QUALEN, HANS J., 
Chicago, 111., o.f.m. Nov. 11 

VROOMAN, FRANK B., In- 
dependence, Kan., o. Sept. 15 

WADS WORTH, CHARLES, 
Plymouth, Worcester, Ms., i. April 7 

WALDRON, GEORGE B., 

Benson, Vt., o.p. Aug. 24 

WALKER, JOSEPH N., 
Island Pond, Vt., i. Nov. 10 

WANNAMAKER, HENRYS., 
West Cedar Valley, Neb., o. Aug. 16 

WARD, FERDINAND J., 
Sanbornton, N. H., o.p. Nov. 11 

WARD, HIRAM Q., Peca- 
tonica, 111., o. June 30 

WARNER, WILLIAM A., 
Hubbardton, Vt., o. p. Oct. 19 

WARREN, WILLIAM H., 

Central ch., Cincinnati, O., i. March 29 

WEEKS, FRANK M., Bonne 
Torre, Mo., o. Nov. 

WHITE, GEORGE E., 
Waverly, Io., o. p. Sept. 14 

WHITELAW, JAMES D., 
River Falls, Wis., o. June 20 

WHITON, JAMES M., PH.D., 
Trinity ch., New York,N.Y., r. June 

WHITTAKER, JOHN W., 
Sanford St., Springfield, Ms., o.p. June 1 

WHITTLESEY, CHARLES 
T., Carrington, Dak., o. p. Oct. 7 

WHITTLESEY, NATHAN 
H., Evanston, 111., i- June 7 

WILDER, SEDGWICK P., 
Janesville, Wis., i. Oct. 4 

WOOD, CHARLES F., Forest 
Grove. Or.. o. July 12 

WOODWELL, GEORGE M., 
Wenham, Mass., o.p. Sept. 14 

WRIGHT, BENJAMIN M., 
Bridgton, Me., o. March 4 

YORK, SAMUEL S., Wilton, Me., o. Sept. 6 



PASTORS DISMISSED. 

ADAMS, FREDERICK H., New Hartford, 
Ct., Dec. 18. 

AIKEN, EDWIN J., East Concord, N. H., 
April 27. 

AINSWORTH, ISRAEL, Boylston, Mass., 
Sept. 29. 

ALGER, FRANK G., Cameron, Mo., May 11. 

ANDREWS, CHARLES E., Second ch., 
Biddeford, Me., July 18. 

ARCHIBALD, ANDREW W., Ottumwa, 
Io., May 29. 

BARBOUR, WILLIAM M., D. D., Yale Col- 
lege ch., New Haven, Ct., July I. 

BAYNE, JOHN 8., Portland, Ct.. Dec. 1. 

BECKWITH, EDWARD G., D. d., Third 

ch., San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 26. 

BICKFORD, THOMA8, Wood Memorial ch., 
Cambridgeport, Mass., May 26. 

BLAKESLEE. ERASTUS, Second ch* Fair- 
Haven, Ct., Nov. 7. 

BOWDEN, HENRY M., Putney, Vt., 8ept. 

BRADLEY, DAN F., Steubenville, % May. 

BRIGGS, EDWARD H., Linebrook ch., 
Ipswich, Mass., May 4. 

BRODHEAD, WILLIAM H., Wakefield, 
Mass., Oct. 14. 

BROOKS, CHARLES S., Putnam, Ct., Feb. 27. 

BURTON, NATHAN L., Otho, Io., Sept. 6. 

BYINGTON, EZRA H., Monson, Mass., 

April 28. 

CAMPBELL, WM. H., Carthage, Mo., May. 

CARTER, NATHAN, F., Quechee, Vt., 
Sept. 22. 

CLARK, ANSON, West Salem, Wis., May 11. 

CLARK, A8AHEL L., Simsbury.Ct., Dec. 1. 

CLAJiK, FRANK E., Phillips ch., South 
Boston, Mass., Oct. 17. 

COBB, WM. H., Uxbridge, Mass., Nov. 28. 

COPPING, BERNARD, Rupert, Vt., June 28. 

DICKINSON, WILLIAM E. , First ch., Chic- 
opee, Mass., Sept. 26. 

DODGE, JOHN E., Paxton, Mass., May 26. 

DRAKE, ELLIS R., Northfield, Ms., Jan. 24. 

DUTTON, ALBERT I., Royalton, Vt., 
Sept. 26. 

DYER, NATHAN T., First ch., Middleboro', 
Mass., Feb. 14. 

EDDY, SAMUEL W., Dane st. ch , Beverly, 
Mass., April 8. 

EVANS, JOHN G., Elizabeth, N. J., May. 

EVERSZ, MORITZ E., Hanover st. ch., 
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 11. 

FRANKLIN, JOHN L., Lysander, N. Y„ 

Sept. 

FURMAN, WILLIAM F., Stockton, Cal., 
Oct. 4. 

GREENWOOD, WM., Windsor, Vt., Mar. 15. 

HAD LEY, WILLIS A., Wilmette, 111., 
Sept. 19. 

HAWKES, WINFIELD S., South Hadley 
Falls, Mass., Sept. 28 

HERRON, GEO. D., Zanesville, O , March 8. 



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HIGGIN8, R. M., Calumet, Mich., Dec. 5. 

HOPKINS, FREDERICK E., Park at. ch., 
Bridgeport, Ct., May 19. 

HOVEY, HORACE C, D. d., Second ch., 
Minneapolis, Minn., May 3. 

HUNGERFORD, ED., Adams, Ms., Jan. 18. 

HUNTINGTON, HENRY 8., Gorham, Me., 
Sept. 1. 

HURLBUT, JOHN E., Mittineague, Mass., 
Sept. 20. 

JAMES, HORACE P., Corinth, Vt., May 27. 

JONES, WM. D., Woodville, N. Y., Aug. 

KIMBALL, C. COTTON, d. D., Second ch., 
Bennington, Vt., July 26. 

LINCOLN, NEHEMIAH, Harrison and North 
Bridgton, Me., Dec. 6. 

LOVE, ARCHIBALD L., Princeton, Mass., 
July 5. 

LYMAN, PAYSON W., Belchertown, Mass., 
June 2. 

McINTIRE, OSCAR G., Cornwall, Ct., Oct. 10. 

MARTY, IVAN M., Petaluma, Cal., Dec. 19. 

MATHEWS, 8. SHERBERNE, Boylston ch., 
Jamaica Plain, Mass., Nov. 30. 

MEREDITH, ROBERT R., d. d., Union ch., 
Boston, Mass., Sept. 19. 

MERRIMAN, WILLIAM E., d. d., First ch., 
Somerville, Mass., June 1. 

MILLARD, NELSON, Broadway ch., Nor- 
wich, Ct., July 7. 

MOONEY, RODERICK J., Hillshorough 
Centre, N. H., Aug. 29. 

MORROW, CORNELIUS W., Bethlehem, 
Ct., June 5. 

MOSES, DIG HTON, Westchester, Ct., April 
30. 

NA80N, CHARLES P. H., Central ch., 
Chelsea, Mass., March 7. 

NESBIT, DAVID K., Second ch., Greenfield, 
Mass., Sept. 22. 

NICHOLS, JOHN R., Garrettsville, O., July. 

OSGOOD, GEORGE W., Provincetown, 
Mass., June 9. 

PACKARD, EDWARD N., Second ch., Dor- 
chester, Mass., June 30. 

PALMER, S. FIELDER, Passaic, N. J., Nov. 

PENTECOST, GEORGE F., d. d., Tompkins 
ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., March 2. 

PENTECOST, HUGH O., Belleville ave. ch., 
Newark, N. J., Dec. 

PERRIN.LAVALETTE, Third ch., Torring. 
* ton, Ct., Aug. 31. 

PERRY, LEWIS E., Duxbury, Mass., April 3. 

PILL8BURY, HERVEY G., Bristol, N. H., 
Nov. 28. 

POPE, CHAS. H., Farmington, Me., Aug. 19. 

PORTER, EDWARD C, Second ch., Green- 
wich. Ct., Nov. 30. 

R<>B KRTSON, ANGUS A., Vergennes, Vt., 
April 26. 

ROGKRS, EDWIN E., East Hardwick, Vt., 
Dec. 8. 

ROLLINS, JOHN C. Milford, N. H., Oct. 13. 

SARGENT, CLARENCE S., New Haven, 
Vt., April 13. 



SAVAGE, CHARLES A., First ch., Berke- 
ley, Cal., Feb. 14. 

SAVORY, GEO. W., Stratham. N. H„ Nov. 8. 

SCHOPPE, W. GLEASON, Pepperell,Mass., 
Dec. 12. 

SCOTT, GEORGE R. W., d. d., Rollstone 
ch., Fitchburg, Mass., May 11. 

SCUDDER, WILLIAM H., First ch., Aurora, 
111., June 1. 

SELL, HENRY T., Cortland, N. Y., Jan. 18. 

SMITH, EDWARD G., Sharon, Mass., July 1. 

SMITH, IRA A., South Dartmouth, Mass., 

March 28. 

SMITH, SILAS L., ch. of the Redeemer, St. 
Louis, Mo., Nov. 8. 

SQUIER,EDGAR A.,Winooski, Vt., April 27. 

TOWNE, SALEM D., Ellsworth Falls, Me., 
Feb. 8. 

TUTTLE, WM. G., Ware, Mass., April 12. 

VAILL, W. K., Packardville, Mass., March 2. 

VEAZIE, WALTER C, Pueblo, Cal., May. 

WALKER, AVERY 8., D. D.,Spencer,Mass., 
Sept. 1. 

WALLACE, ROBERT W., Trumbull ave. 
ch., Detroit, Mich., Nov. 16. 

WARREN, WM. H., Springfield, O., Feb. 22. 

WILD, EDW. P., d. d., Newport, Vt., Sept.7. 

WILDER, SKDGWICK P., North Brook- 
field. Mass., May 10. 

WILSON, GEORGE H., Owosso, Mich., 
Nov. 21. 

WITHROW, JOHN L., d. d., Park st. ch., 
Boston, Mass., Jan. 3. 

WOODWORTH, FRANK G., Wolcott, Ct., 
Sept. 8. 

WOODWORTH. LEVERETT 8., East 
Providence, R. I., Sept. 19. 

WRAY, ALFRED K., Hyde Park, St. Louis, 
Mo., Nov. 8. 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM B., Berkeley st. ch., 
Boston, Mass., March 9. 

MINISTERS MARRIED. 

ANDREWS, HERBERT M., of Peacham, 
Vt., and Sara C. S. Hutchinson, at Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Nov. 16. 

BALE, ALBERT G., and Martha D. Ring, 
both of Melrose, Mass., at Melrose, Dec. 2. 

BAR8TOW, JOHN, of Groton, Mass., and 
Mary Walcott, of Wethersfield, Ct., at 
Wethersfield, July 5. 

BARTLETT, DANA W., of St. Louis, Mo., 
and Mattie B. McCullough, at Socarro, 
N. M., Sept. 12. 

BARTLETT, WILLTAM A., of Lake View, 
111., and Susan L. Pitkin, of Rogers Park, 
111., at Rogers Park, Jan. 4. 

BEALE, CHARLES H., of Lansing, Mich., 
and Lucy M. Reeve, of Sag Harbor, N. Y., 
at Sag Harbor, Aug. 22. 

BELT, SALATHIEL D., of Woodlawn, 
Cal., and Vinnie Chadbourne, at East Oak- 
land, Cal., Dec. 21. 

BURRILL, GEORGE H., of New Lebanon, 
N. Y., and Fanny Curtis, of Canaan, N. Y., 
at Canaan, June 1. 



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CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



BURT, ARTHUR W M of Hilo, H. I., and 
Sophie A. Smith, of Middlefield, Mass., at 
San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 30. 

BUSWELL, J. O., of Racine, Wis., and 
Lina, daughter of Rev. T. A. Porter, of Far- 
well, Mich., at Farwell, June 14. 

BYINGTON, EZRA HOYT, of Boston, 
Mass., and Louisa J. Workman, of Worces- 
ter, Mass., at Worcester, June 14. 

CHANDLER, JOHN S., and Henrietta S. 
Kendall, both of Madura, India, at Lincoln 
University, Pa. 

CHEADLE, STEPHEN H., of Tacoraa, 
W. T., and Amanda C. Nelson, of Hough, 
ton, W. T., at Houghton, Nov. 4. 

OHUTTER, FREDERICK G., of Littleton, 
N. H., and Carrie C. Cutler, of Boston, 
Mass., at Boston, Oct. 19. 

CLARK, OYliUS A., of Union, 111., and 
Hattie M., daughter of Rev. Luther H. 
Gulick, of China, at Oberlin, O., June 22. 

CONVERSE, WILLIAM A. C, of Piermont, 
N. H., and Mrs. Sarah D. Smith, of Lyme, 
N. H., at Lyme, May 30. 

DAVIES, THOMAS V., of Village Creek, 
Kan., and M. A. Wilson, of England, at 
Chicago, 111., Oct. 3. 

D WIGHT, HENRY O., and Isabella P. Bliss, 
both of Constantinople, at Lee, Mass., Feb. 18. 

EVANS. JOHN L , of Madison, Me., and 
Julia Gray, of Castine, Me., at C, Feb. 22. 

GILLETT. ARTHUR, L., of Grand Forks, 
Dak., and Mary Swift, of Hartford, Ct., at 
Hartford, June 22. 

GLEASON, CHARLES H., of Somers, Ct., 
and Fannie I. Clark, at Northampton, Mass., 
May 16. 

GULICK, SIDNEY L., of Brooklyn, N. Y., 
and Clara M. Fisher, of Oakland, Cal., at 
New London, Ct., Sept. 14. 

HARRISON, HENRY S., of Chicago, HI., 
and Ruth E. Stone, of Charlotte, Vt., at 
Charlotte, Aug. 10. 

HINCK8, PROF. EDWARD Y., of Andover, 
and Elizabeth T. Clark, of Newton Centre, 
Mass., at Kennebunkport, Me., July 20. 

LANE, LARMON B., and Emma L. Durant, 
both of 8t Charles, III., at St. C, Dec. 22. 

LEE, TIMOTHY J., and Harriet A. Taylor, 
both of New Milford, Ct., at New Milford, 
June 22. 

LOOMIS, SAMUEL L., of Brooklyn, N. Y., 
and Lippincott, of Lincoln, Neb., at 

Lincoln, Aug. 

McLNTIRE, OSCAR G., and May Josephine 
Johnson, both of Cornwall, Ct., at C, Jan. 12. 

McNEILL, SAMUEL M., of Sleepy Eye, 
Minn., and Eliza Jewett, of New Haven, 
Ct., at New Haven, June 22. 

MORGAN, DAVID W.. of Detroit, Minn., 
and Mrs. Rosalie Bobbins, of Salem, Mass., 
at Muscatine, Io., Sept. 29. 

MORSE, EDGAR L., of Durand, Wis., and 
Amy C. Kellogg, of Fort Atkinson, Wis , at 
Fort Atkinson, Nov. 22. 

MUNSON, MYRON A , and Jessie D. Chid- 
sey, both of New Haven, Ct., at New 
Haven, Oct. 26. 

ORVI8, GURNEY M., and Mrs. Mary E. Vin- 
cent, both of Winthrop, Io., at W., Nov. 28. 



PERCIVAL, CHARLE8 H., of Houlton, Me., 
and Annie Greenleaf, of Wiscasset, Me., at 
Wiscasset, June 29. 

PERRY. Al FRED T., of Ware, Mass., and 
Anna Morris, of Hartford, Ct., at H , April 13. 

PIKE, CLARENCE, of Amesbury, Mass., and 
Caroline Thompson, of Durham, N. H., at 
Hyde Park, Mass., July 6. 

POWELSON, ALFRED P., and Laura E. 
Bull, both of Woodbury, Ct., at Woodbury, 
April 6. 

PRUDDEN, THEODORE P., of Chicago, 
111., and Margaret H. Bull, of Quincy, 111., 
at Quincy, Oct. 20. 

SANBORN, F. L., and Carrie Pennock, both 
of Longmont, Col., at Longmont, Aug. 18. 

SANDBROOK, WILLIAM, and Carrie C. 
Heald, both of Lovell, Me., at L., June 14. 

SHERK, THOMAS, of Fredonia, Kan., and 
Carrie B. Parker, of Boston, Mass., at Law- 
rence, Kan., Dec. 23. 

SKELTON, WILLIAM J., and Julia E. 
Farnham, both of West Brooksville, Me., at 
West Brooksville, Nov. 8. 

SMALL, FREDERICK L., and Ella J. Lan- 
caster, both of North wood, N. H., at Deer- 
field, N. H., May 4. 

SMITH, CLIFFORD H., of Warren, Vt., and 
Martha L. Votey, of Fairfax, Vt., at F airfaz, 
Jan. 5. 

STEARNS, GEORGE W., of Acton, Mass., 
and Sarah E. Dowe, of Island Falls, Me., at 
Island Falls, Oct. 21. 

STEVENS, FRED'K L., and Mary E. Grid- 
ley, both of Southington, Ct., at S., Sept. 7. 

STRONG, WILLIAM E., of Beverly, Mass., 
and Nellie Olmsted, of Hartford, Ct., at 
Hartford, June 28. 

TEWK8BURY, GEORGE F., of Cambridge- 

EDrt, Mass., and Mrs. Sarah Littlefield, of 
yman, Me., at Chelsea, Mass., April 21. 

TREIBER, DANIEL J., of Chicago, III. and 
Rose E. Standish, of Watervliet, Mich., at 
Water vliet. May 4. 

TUCKER, WILLIAM J., D. d., of Andover, 
Ms., and Charlotte B., daughter of Rev. H. T. 
Cheever, of Worcester, Ms., at W., June 23. 

WANNAMAKER, HENRY S., of Neligh, 
Neb., and Mary Filley, of New Haven, Ct., 
at New Haven, Oct. 28. 

WARREN, LEROY, of Lansing, Mich., and 
Mrs. M. E. R. Green, of Olivet, Mich., at 
Olivet, Feb. 17. 

WEBSTER, FRANKLIN G.,of Comminston, 
Mass. , and Annie Jones, of Wellesley Hills, . 
Mass., at Wellesley Hills, Nov. 24. 

WOOD, FREDERICK C, of Clio, Mich., and 
Mrs. Elsie M. Doolittle, of Vicksburg, 
Mich., at Vicksburg, Sept. 6. 

WOOD, JOSIAH A., of Baraboo, Wis., and 
M. C. Orlady, of Durand, atDurand,Oct/20. 

WOODWELL, GEORGE M., of Wenham, 
Mass., and Ida Staples, of Dover, N. H., at 
Dover, Oct. 19. 

WRIGHT, WALTER E. C, of Berea, Ky., 
and Mary M. Wright, of Oberlin, O., at 
Oberlin, July 1. 

WURRSCHMIDT, AUGUSTE, and Dora 
Rose, both of Redfield, Dak., at Mitch ell, 
Dak., Dec. 28. 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS. 17 



VITAL STATISTICS 

or TO* 

CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS 
Who died in the Year 18S7. 



Allen, John Adams, son of Harvey and Luceba (Adams) Allen, was born 
in Lisbon, Ct., 1816, Dec. 1. Preparatory study at Windham and Oberlin. 
Graduated, Oberlin College, 1842, and Theological Seminary, 1845. Ordained, 
Four Corners, O., 1846, May 22; dismissed, 1851, March 20. Acting pastor, 
Canlleld, 1852, April, to 1859; Presbyterian church, Orangeville, N. Y., 
1859-60; Congregational church, Strykersville, N. Y., 1860-7; Annawan, 111., 
1867-8; Sheffield, 1868, Sept., to 1872, Oct.; Odell, 1872, Nov., to 1879, Nov.; 
Chenoa, 1879-84. Married, 1847, Jan. 19 Elmira, daughter of Col. Levi and 
Dolly (Thompson) Pierce, of York, O. Three sons and a daughter, of whom 
two sons are living. Died of gradual paralysis, in Cincinnati, 1887, March 
10, aged 70 years, 3 months, and 9 days. 

Ames, Marcus, son of Azel and Mercy (Hatch) Ames, was born in 
Marshfield, Mass., 1828, Feb. 26. Phillips Andover Academy. Student in 
Williams College, and later in Harvard Medical College, and the New York 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, graduating in 1853. Studied theology 
with Rev. Erastus Dickinson, Colchester, Ct. Ordained, Paterson, N. J., 
1854, June 28; dismissed, 1856, March; installed, Westminster, Mass., 
1856, May 1; dismissed, 1859, June 9; acting pastor, North Chelsea now 
Revere), 1859-62; superintendent and chaplain Industrial School for Girls, 
Lancaster, 1862-75; without charge, Lancaster, 1875-8, but supplying the 
churches in Shirley, Orange, and Lancaster; chaplain State Institutions, 
Cranston, R. I., 1879-86; acting pastor, Thompson, Ct., 1886, until death. 
Published : (1) A Temperance Address, 1859, pp. 20. (2) Address before the 
National Congress on Penitentiary and Reformatory Discipline, etc., 1870, pp. 
13. Married, 1853, Oct. 15, Jane A., daughter of Cornelius and Elizabeth 
(Vanderburgh) Vanderburgh, of Syracuse N. Y. A son and daughter living, 
a son deceased. Died of acute melancholia, Pepperell, Mass., 1887, Dec. 11, 
aged 59 years, 9 months, and 15 days. 

Ashley, Samuel Stanford, son of Samuel and Lydia Franklin (Olney) 
Ashley, was born in Cumberland, R. I., 1819, May 12. Student at Oberlin 
College, and graduated, Theological Seminary, 1849. Ordained, 1849, Aug. 1, 
at Wakeman, O Acting pastor, Globe Village, Tiverton, R. I., 1849-52; in- 
stalled, Northboro, Mass., 1852, June 16; dismissed, 1864, Sept. 21; in the 
service of the Christian Commission, 1864-5; of the A. M. A., in North 
Carolina, 1866-71 ; acting president of Straight University, New Orleans, La , 

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18 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, [1888. 

1871-3; missionary of A. M. A., at Atlanta, Ga., 1874-5; without charge, 
Northboro, Mass., 1878, until death. Member of the Constitutional Conven- 
tion in North Carolina, and Superintendent of Public Instruction Married, 
1842, May 5, Mary E., daughter of Waterman and Luthenia (Tomlinson) 
Eells, of Bridgeport, Ct. Died of heart disease, 1887, Oct. 5, aged 68 years, 
4 months, and 23 days. 

Atwater, Edward Elias, son of Elihu and Julia (Thompson) Atwater, was 
born in New Haven, Ct., 1816, May 28. Graduated, Yale College, 1836, and 
Theological Seminary, 1840. Ordained, Ravenna, O., 1841, Nov. 24; dis- 
missed, 1849, July 1; installed, Salmon Falls, N. H., 1352, Feb. 3; dismissed, 
1857, Nov. 3; preached at the Davenport Chapel, New Haven, Ct , until the 
church was organized, 1862 ; installed over it, 1863, April 22 ; dismissed 1870, 
June 14; without charge after, in literary pursuits. Published: (1) A 
Genealogical Register, Atwater, 1851. (2) An enlarged edition of the same, 
1873 pp. 64. (3) The Sacred Tabernacle of the Hebrews, 1875, pp. 448. 
(4) History of the Colony of New Haven, 1881, pp 611. (5) History of the 
City of New Haven, 1887, pp. 702. Married, 1844, Aug. 9. Rebecca Hart, 
daughter of David and Rebecca Hart (Chase) Dana, of" Pomfret, Vt. One 
son died young. Died of paralysis, at Hawthorne, Fla., 1887, Dec. 2, aged 
71 years. 6 months, and 4 days. 

Baciteler, Francis Eben Meriam, son of Dr. Aaron and Martha 
(Meriam) Bacheler, was born in Douglas, Mass., 1818, July 8. Phillips 
Academy, Andover. Graduated, Brown University, 1847, and Union Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1850. Acting pastor, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1851, until ordained, 
1854, May 16; dismissed, 1857; acting pastor, Patchogue, N. Y., 1858-9; 
Dayville, Killingly, Ct., 1859-6S, and 1871-8; without charge, Lebanon, 
1862-3; installed, Sparta, N. Y., 1864; dismissed, 1870; acting pastor, Wood- 
stock, Ct., 1878-84; without charge there, New Haven and Norwich Town, 
after, until death, though preaching some months at Crystal Lake, III., and 
Amherst, N. H. Married, 1855, May 8, Frances Augusta, daughter of Asher 
Ladd and Wealthy (Pratt) Smith, of Lebanon, Ct. Of six children, five are 
living. Died of dropsy of the heart, 1887, April 1, aged 68 years, 8 months, 
and 23 days. 

Bacon, Edward Woolsey, son of Rev. Dr. Leonard and Lucy (Johnson) 
Bacon, was born in New Haven, Ct., 1843, May 5. Student Military School in 
New Haven ; became captain's clerk in the navy, and afterwards Major 29th 
Connecticut Regiment. Graduated, Yale Theological Seminary, 1869. Or- 
dained, Wolcottville, Ct., 1869, Sept. 29; dismissed, 1871, Oct. 31; acting 
pastor, Flint, Mich., 1872-5; installed, Springfield, III., 1875, Oct. 28; dis- 
missed, 1876, June; installed, 1st church, New London, Ct., 1877, April 18; 
dismissed, 1886, Sept. 1 ; without charge, California, until death. Yale Col- 
lege gave the honorary degree of a. m., 1878. Married, 1869, Sept. 9, Mary 
E., daughter of George W. and Mary (Knight) Staples, of New Haven. 
Three of four children are living. Died near Wright's Station, Cal., of 
phthisis, 1887, June 7, aged 44 years, 1 month, and 2 days. 

Baldwin, Abraham Chittenden, son of Col. Benjamin and Betsey (Chitten- 
den) Baldwin, was born in Guilford, Ct., 1804, April 26. Graduated, Bowdoin 
College, 1827, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1830. Ordained, Berlin, Mass., 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS, 19 

1830, Sept. 16; dismissed, 1832, Oct. 23; installed, Olivet church, Springfield, 
1833, Dec. 4; dismissed, 1839, Jan. 8; principal Ladies' Seminary, Newburgh, 
N. Y., 1839-40; installed, Howe Street church, New Haven, Ct.. 1842, Jan. 
27; dismissed, 1845, Nov.; Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Hartford, 1847-54; 
acting pastor, Guilford, and Superintendent Guilford Institute, 1854-6; in- 
stalled, 1st church, Durham, 1857, Oct. 28 ; dismissed, 1860, Sept. 24 ; acting 
pastor, Black Rock, Bridgeport, 1861-6 ; without charge after, Hartford, Ct. 
Published: (1) Helen and her Cousin 1830. (2) Sermon: funeral of Isaac 
B. Davis, 1832, pp.24. (3) V A Pastor's Counsels to Young Christians, pp. 
267. (4) Themes and Texts for the Pulpit, 1841, pp. 324. (5) Traveller's 
Vade Mecum, 1853, pp 229. (6) Friendly Letters to a Christian Slaveholder, 
1856, pp. 93. (7) Liberty and Slavery the great National Question. (8) 
Funeral sermon of Rev. Samuel W. Shepard, Madison, Ct , 1857, pp. 22. (9) 
A Dedication Sermon. (10) Funeral Sermon of David Smith, d. d., 1862, 
pp 46. Married, 1830, June 30, Emily, daughter of Dr. Joseph and Eunice 
(Foote) Foote, of North Haven, who died 1886, Oct. I Died of kidney dis- 
ease, in Yonkers, N. Y., 1887, July 6, aged 83 years. 2 months, and 10 days 

BEAcn, John Wickliffe, son of Rev. Aaron Crowell and Lucy A. (Walkley) 
Beach, was born in Wolcott, Ct., 1843, Jan. 5. Graduated, Yale College, 1864, 
and Theological Seminary, 1869. Teacher, Baltimore, Md., 1864-5, and in 
Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, during seminary course. Acting 
pastor, Windsor Locks, Ct., 1869, until ordained, 1870, Sept. 28; dis- 
missed, 1874, July 1 ; acting pastor, Norfolk, 1874-5 ; without charge there, 
1875-7; acting pastor, North Branford, 1877-9; teacher, Windsor 'Locks, 
1880-4; principal Robbins School, Norfolk, 1884-7. Married, 1869, Aug. 24, 
Maria, daughter of Deacon Chester and Sarah (Kellogg) Talcott of Coventry, 
Ct. Two daughters. Died in Hartford, of acute disease of brain, 1887, Feb. 
21, aged 44 years, 1 month, and 16 days. 

Beecher, Henry Ward, son of Rev. Dr. Lyman and Roxana (Foote) 
Beecher, was born in Litchfield, Ct., 1813, June 24. Mt. Pleasant School, 
Amherst, Mass. Graduated, Amherst College, 1834, and Lane Theological 
Seminary, 1837. Ordained, Lawrenceburg, Ind., Presbyterian church, 1838, 
Nov. 9, having supplied the church from 1837, May ; dismissed, 1839. Installed, 
Indianapolis, 1839, July 31 ; dismissed, 1847, Sept. 19. Installed, Ptymouth 
church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1847, Oct. 10, and died in office. Corporate member 
A. B. C. F. M from 1870. Chaplain Thirteenth Regiment from 1878. His 
alma mater conferred the honorary d. d., but he declined to accept or use it. 
Published : (1) Seven Lectures to Young Men, 1844, pp. 195. Revised edition, 
1846, pp. 251; and again, with added lectures, 1872. (2) The Means of Se- 
curing Good Rulers : Sermon on the death of Noah Noble, late Governor of 
Indiana, 1844, pp. 27. (3) A Dissuasive from Moral Intolerance, 1845, pp. 
31. (4) Thanksgiving Sermon, 1848, pp. 27. (5) Industry and Idleness, 1850, 
pp. 108. (6) Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes, 1855, pp. 510. (7) 
Star Papers : Experiences of Art and Nature, 1855, pp. 359 ; reissued, including 
Late Papers, 1873, pp. 447. (8) Man and his Institutions : address before the 
Western College Society, 1856, pp. 18. (9) Defence of Kansas: Washing- 
ton, 1856, pp. 8. (10) Life Thoughts, 1858, pp. 399. (11) New Star Papers : 
Views and Experiences of Religious Subjects, 1858, pp. 403. (12) Selected 



20 CONGREGATIONAL TEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

Sermons, 1 853, pp. 31. (13) Revival Hymns, 1858. (14) How to become a 
Christian : address in Burton's Theatre, 1858, pp. 12. (15) "Summer in the 
Soul," an English reprint of (11), 1859. (16) Plain and Pleasant Talks 
about Fruits, Flowers, and Farming, 1859, pp. 420; reissued, with addi- 
tional matter, 1874, pp. 498. (17) Reasons for Lecturing in the "Frater- 
nity Course," including his Opinion on Total Depravity, 1859,. pp. 20. (18) 
Mental Culture for Women, 1859, pp. 11. (19) Centennial Oration: Burns 
Club, 1^00, pp. 41. (20) Honey in the Lion's Carcase: Thanksgiving Ser- 
mon; Philadelphia, 18CI, pp. 31. (21) Peace, be Still: a Fast Sermon, 
18C1, pp. 28. (22) War and Emancipation: a Thanksgiving Sermon, 18C1. 
(23) Foreign Missionary Sermon, 18C2, pp. 40. (24) Freedom and War: 
Sermons, 1803, pp. 445. (25) The American Cause in England: Speech 
at Manchester, 1863, pp. 15. (20) England and America: Speech at Man- 
chester, 18G3, pp. 39. (27) Eyes and Ears, 1804, pp. 419. (28) Aids to 
Prayer, 1804, pp. 179. (29) Speeches on the American Rebelliou: Manches- 
ter, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, and London; London, 1864, pp. 175. 
(30) Universal Suffrage and Complete Equality in Citizenship, the Safeguards 
of Democratic Institutions: Boston, 1865, pp. 8. (31) Notes from Plymouth 
Pulpit, 1805. pp. 374. (32) Oration at the Raising of the Old Flag at Sumter, 
and Sermon on the Death of Lincoln: Manchester (Eng.), 1865, pp. 57. (33) 
Royal Truths. 1866. pp. 312; reissued 1887. (34) Pulpit Pungencies, 1866, pp. 
593. (35) Cleveland Letter to Soldiers and Sailors' Convention, 1866. (36) 
Prayers from Plymouth Pulpit, 1867, pp. 332. (37) Norwood: A Tale of 
Village Life in New England, 1867, pp. 549. (38) Woman's Duty to Vote, 
1807, pp. 31. (39) On Health: Extracts from a Lecture, 1867, pp. 4. (40) 
Sermons: 2 vols., 1808, pp. 479, 484. (41) Memorial of Mrs. Lucy W. Bul- 
lard, 1809. pp. 3. (42) Woman's Influence in Politics : Address at the Cooper 
Institute, 1869, pp. 17. (43) Overture of Angels, 1809; used later as an Intro- 
duction to (50). (44) Plymouth Pulpit: a Series of Fourteen Semi-annual 
Volumes of Sermons, from 1869 to 1875, and 1882 to 1884. (45) Thorough 
Earnestness in Religion: a Tract for the Times; n. d., pp. 12. (46) The 
Love Element in the Gospel; n. d., pp. 4. (47) A. M. A. : Address, 1870, pp. 7- 
(48) Lecture-Room Talks, 1870, pp. 378. (49) Morning and Evening Devo- 
tional Exercises, 1870. (50) Life of Christ : Vol. 1 (the second volume un- 
rinished), 1871, Dp. 510. (51) Common Sense for Young Men on the Subject 
of Temperance, 1871, pp. 28. (52) The Heavenly State and Future Punish 
ment, 1871, pp. 38. (53) Liberty and Love: an Appeal to the Conscience to 
Banish the Winecup, 1872, pp. 16. (54) Libraries and Public Reading- 
Rooms : Should they be Opened on Sunday ? 1872, pp. 20. (55) Yale Lectures 
on Preaching; 3 vols., 1872-4, pp. 263, 330, and 326; reissued, 3 vols, in one, 
1881, pp. 960. (56) A Summer Parish: Sermons, etc., 1874 (57) The 
Advance of a Century : 4th of July Oration at Peekskill, 1876, pp. 8. (58) 
Oratory: Oration before National School of Oratoiy, 1876; Philadelphia, 
1886, pp. 48. (59) Past Perils and the Peril of To-day, 1877, pp. 30. (60) Jew 
and Gentile : a Sermon, 1877, pp. 22. (61) The Strike and its Lessons, 1878. 
(62) Christianity Unchanged by Changes, 1878, pp. 52. (63) Notes by the 
Way: in the West, 1878, pp. 44. (64) The Array of the Republic: its 
Services and Destiny : Oration, 1878, pp. 23. (65) Sermons : London, n d. ; 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS. 21 

pp. 2C0. (66) Beauties of Beecher, pp. 300. (67) Statement before the Con- 
gregational Association, resigning his membership, 1882, pp. 28. (68) 
Doctrinal Belief and Unbelief, 1882. (69) Wendell Phillips : Commemorative 
Discourse, 1884. (70) A Circuit of the Continent, 1884. (71) Comforting 
Thoughts [Selections], 1884, pp. 147. f72) Address [Political] at the Brook- 
lyn Rink, 1884, pp. 8. (73) Evolution and Religion: 1885, pp. 440. (74) Gen. 
Grant: an Eulogy; Boston, 18-5, pp. 104 (75) A Summer [1886] in Eng- 
land: Addresses, Lectures, and Sermons, 1887. (76) Proverbs from Plymouth 
Pulpit, 1*87, pp. 230. (77) The Record of a Litchfield Beecher Day, 1887, pp. 
32. (78) Beecher as a Humorist [Selections] ; 1887. pp. 213. (79) Patriotic 
Addresses in America and England, from 1850 to 1885, pp. 857, 1887. Editor 
of the Farmers* and Gardeners* Journal, Cincinnati ; also of the Independent, 
and of the Christian Union a number of years. Married, 1837, Aug. 3, 
Eunice White, daughter of Dr. Artemas and Lucy (White) Bullard, of West 
Sutton, Mass. Ten children. Died of apoplexy, 1887, March 8, aged 73 
years, 8 months, and 14 days. 

Boyd, Pliny Steele son of Thomas Parsons and Anna (Steele) Boyd, was 
born in York, N. Y., 1835, May 18. Normal School, Albany, N. Y. Gradu- 
ated, Oberlin College, 1860, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1865, having 
taught at Hingham, Mass, 1860-2. Ordained, Shelburne Falls, Mass., 1865, 
Oct. 5; dismissed, 1869, March 15; installed, Ridgefleld, Ct., 1869, May 11; 
dismissed, 1871, Oct 1; installed, Amesbury, Mass., 1871, Dec. 27; dismissed, 
1885, Feb. 16 ; installed, Granby, 1885, March 4, and died in office. Published : 
(1) Christian Baptism: a Sermon, 1877, pp. 19. (2) Up and Down the Mer- 
rimac, 1879, pp. 185. (3) Rex Ringgold's School, 1881, pp. 399. (4) His- 
torical Discourse on Fiftieth Anniversary of the Amesbury Church. Married, 
1860, Sept. 16, Mary J., daughter of Rev. Ralph W. and Mary Jones (Tower) 
Allen, of Boston. Six sons, of whom one is Rev. Herbert W. Boyd. Died 
of typhoid pneumonia, 1887, Dec. 6, aged 52 years, 6 months, and 18 days. 

Bragdon, John, son of Daniel and Sarah (Hemmenway) Bragdon, was born 
in Wells, Me., 1841, April 3. Gorham Seminary. In the army, 1861-5. 
Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1870. Ordained, Goshen, N. H., 

1873, April 9; acting pastor there, 1870, Sept. , 1887; Hillsboro* Bridge, 

1873, April , 1875; New Boston, 1875, Nov. , 1878, June; Haverhill, 

Mass., 4th church, 1879, Jan. , 1883; general missionary, New Hampshire 

Missionary Society, 1884; without charge, Haverhill, Mass., 1885, till death. 
Married, 1874, Nov. 4, Sarah Louisa, daughter of Jonathan Day and Martha 
(Ayers) Dix, of West Newton, Mass. One son, died in infancy. Died of 
progressive parpxvsis and pneumonia, 1886, Dec. 30, aged 45 years, 8 mouths, 
and 27 days. 

Burton, Nathaniel Judson, d. d., son of Rev. Henry and Betsey (Porter) 
Burton, was born in Trumbull, Ct., 1824, Dec. 17. Wilbraham Academy. 
Graduated, Wesleyan University, 1850, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1854. 
Teacher, Newark, N. J., 1850-1. Ordained, 2d church, Fairhaven. Ct., 1853, 
July 20; dismissed, 1857, Sept.; installed, 4th church, Hartford, 1857, Oct. 2; 
dismissed, 1870, March 14; installed, Park church, Hartford, 1S70, March 28, 
and died in office. Received the honorary d. d. from his alma mater, 1870, 
and honorary a. m. from Yale College, of which he was a Fellow from 



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22 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

1882 ; Lyman Beecher lecturer, Yale Theological Seminary, 1884 ; Director, 
A. H. M. S., 1876-83; and at his death the appointed preacher for the next 
annual meeting of the A. B. C. F. M. Married, 1853, Sept. 14, Rachel, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Henry and Rachel (Pine) Chase, of New York city. One son. 
Died of heart disease, 1887, Oct. 13, aged 62 years*, 9 months, and 26 days. 

Case, Rufus, son of Thaddeus and Mary (Fellows) Case, was born in 
Williams town, Vt., 1809, Oct. 8. Preparatory study at Geneva, N. Y. 
Graduated, University of Vermont, 1838. Studied theology with Rev. Drs. 
James Marsh and John Wheeler, of Burlington. Ordained, St. Johnsbury 
East, Vt., 1842, May 4; dismissed, 1850, Feb. 26; teacher, St. Johnsbury Acad- 
emy, 1850, and acting pastor, Burlington, 1851 ; installed, West Lebanon, N. H., 
1851, June 26 ; dismissed, 1862, March 12 ; without charge, Derry, 1862 ; acting 
pastor, Litchfield, 1863; Greenfield, 1864-6; installed, Jaffrey, 1867. Jan. 3; 
dismissed, 1875, Sept. 2; without charge, Hubbardston, Mass., 1875, until 
death. Married, 1842, June 2, Elvira, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth 
(Holmes) Fish, of Hardwick, Mass. Died of dropsy of the heart, 1887, June 
7, aged 77 years and 8 ►months. 

Chute, Ariel Parish, son of Richard and Dorothy (Pearson) Chute, was 
born in Byfleld, Newbury, Mass., 1809, May 16. Dummer Academy. Amherst 
College, 1828-9 ; graduated Bowdoin College, 1832, and Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1835. Ordained, Oxford, Me., 1836, March 16; dismissed, 1838, 
Dec. 12; installed, Pownal, 1839, Sept. 18; dismissed, 1841, Nov. 30: Prin- 
cipal, Warren Academy, Woburn, Mass., 1841-5; Milton Academy, 1845-6. 
Installed, Harrison, Me., 1847, Feb. 24; dismissed. 1849, Aug. 15 Principal, 
Dummer Academy, Byfleld, Mass., 1849-53. Acting pastor, Lynnfleld, 1854-7 ; 
Ware, 1857-61. Clerk, Custom House, Boston, 1861-3; in Assistant United 
States Treasurer's office, Boston, 1863-80; residing at Sharon, and without 
charge there until death. Married, 1836, April 25, Sarah M. W. , daughter of 
Peleg and Esther (Parsons) Chandler, of Bangor, Me. Five children. Died 
of bronchial consumption, with softening of the brain, 1887, Dec. 18, aged 78 
years, 7 montfis, and 2 days. 

Clark, John, son of John and Mehitable (Hutchins) Clark, was born in 
Haverhill, N H., 1800, June 25. Theological study with Rev. George Punch- 
ard, Plymouth. Ordained evangelist at Sandwich, N. H. (with Rev. Daniel 
Pulsifer), 1835, Jan. 20; acting pastor, Wilmot, 1837-42; also Eufl|ld, 
1837-8; and at Danbury ; Burke, Vt., 1?42, until installed there, 1845, June 
25; dismissed, 1*54; acting pastor, Bristol, N. H., 1857-8; without charge, 
Plymouth, 1859-62, and 1867-86; Bridgewater, 1862-7. Married, 1825, June 
26, Abigail, daughter of Robert and Abigail (Morse) Mitchell, of Bridge- 
water, who died, 1885, Oct. 21. Of seven children, three sons and a daughter 
are living. Died of old age, at Quincy, in Rumney, 1887, Aug. 31, aged 87 
. years, 2 months, and 6 days. 

Clark, Sereno Dickinson, son of Justin and Catherine (Wright) Clark, 
was born in Southampton, Mass., 1809, April 8. Amherst Academy. Yale 
College, 1830 1, but graduated, Amherst College, 1835; Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1835-6 ; and studied, also, with Rev. M. E. White, Southampton ; 
acting pastor, Ashfleld, Mass., until ordained there, 1840, June 11 ; dismissed, 
1851, April 22 ; installed, Lee, 1851, June 11 ; dismissed, 1852, June 22 ; installed, 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS. 23 

Sunderland, 1853, May 31 ; dismissed, 1864, May 4. Secretary Congregational 
Board of Publication, Boston, 1865-8. Installed, Provincetown, 1869, Jan. 6 ; 
dismissed, 1872; acting pastor, Post Mills, Thetford, Vt., 1872; Temple, 
N. H., 1872-6; without charge, Medford, Mass., after. Published: (1) 
Translation of Bishop Gobat's Journal in Abyssinia, 1851, pp. 480. (2) God's 
Regard to the Widows and Fatherless, 1849, pp. 72. (3) The Faithful Stew- 
ard ; or, Systematic Beneficence, 1850, pp. 140. (4) The Co-worker and his 
Reward, 1 60, pp. 124. (5) The Utility and Glory of God's Immutable Pur- 
poses, 1872, pp. 218. (6) Why will ye Die ? (7) The New England Ministry 
Sixty Years Ago: a Memoir of John Woodbridge, d. d., 1877, pp. 473; and 
an edition of President Edwards's Conversion and Religious Experience. 
Married, 1839, June 11, Martha Ann, daughter of Hooker and Nancy (Munn) 
Leavitt, of Greenfield, who died, 1887, Dec.29. One adopted daughter. Died, 
of heart disease, 1887, Oct. 4, aged 78 years, 5 months, and 26 days. 

Clark, Sumner, son of Isaac and Mrs. Tabitha (Stearns) (Winch) Clark, 
was born in Framingham, Mass., 1812, Oct. 4. Leicester Academy. Gradu- 
ated, Amherst College, 1840, and Bangor Theological Seminary, 1843, spending 
one year, 1840-1, at Andover. Ordained, 1845, Jan 1; acting pastor, Unity, 
Me., 1843-9. Pittston, 1849-51 ; installed, East Marshfleld, Mass., 1851, Oct. 9 ; 
dismissed, 1854, Jan. 16; acting pastor, Eastford, Ct., 1855-6, and 1868-72. 
Wolfboro, N. H., 1856-8 and 1861-8; Rochester, Mass., 1860-1; without 
charge, South Natick, 1861-4; acting pastor, Wakefield, N. H., 1872-5; 
without charge, Wolfboro, after. Married, 1845. March 4, Frances S., daugh- 
ter of Josiah Lane, of Searsport, Me., who died 1853, Dec. 30. Of two 
children a daughter is living. Married, 1872, May 30, Cordelia, daughter of 
Daniel and Sarah (McDuffie) Brewster, of Wolfboro, who died. 1885, March. 
Died of paralysis of the heart, 1887, Dec. 20, aged 75 years, 2 months, and 16 
days. 

Clark, William, d. d., son of John and Rebecca (Wallace) Clark, was 
born in Hancock, N. H., 1798, Septw»28. Bradford (Mass.) Academy. Gradu- 
ated, Dartmouth College, 1822, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1827. Prin- 
cipal, Newport (N. H.) Academy, 1822-4. Ordained at Coventry, Ct., 1828, 
April 30. Installed, Wells, Me., 1829, Feb. 18 ; dismissed, 1837, April 18. Agent 
American Tract Society, Boston, 1835-6; district secretary for New England, 
1836-40; district secretary A. B. C. F. M. for Northern New England, 
1840-56 ; secretjary N. H. M. Society, residing at Amherst, 1856-74 ; without 
charge, there, after till death. Received the honorary d. d. from his alma 
mater, 1871. Member of Legislature, 1867-8 ; and chaplain House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1869. Married, 1829, Jan. 14, Elvira Louise, daughter of Stephen 
and Betsey (Clemmons) Hurd, of Newport, who died, 1844, Feb. 9. Of three 
children, a son is living. Married, 1848, Dec. 26, Mrs. Mary, daughter • of 
Nathaniel and Elizabeth E. Carter, of Newbury port, and widow of George 
Wheelwright, of Bangor, Me., who died 1871, April 7. Mr. Clark was the 
last survivor of the Dartmouth alumni, who were born before 1800. Died of 
old age, 1887, Jan. 26, aged 88 years, 3 months, and 28 days. 

Cobleiph, Nelson Farr, son of Marshall Day and Phenisa (Farr) Cobleigh, 
was born in Littleton, N. H., 1844, Oct. 12. Kimball Union Academy. Grad- 
uated, Amherst College, 1868, and student, Union Theological Seminary, 



24 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

1868-70. Acting pastor, Marshfleld, Vt., 1870, until ordained there, 1871, 
Aug. 16; dismissed, 1877, May 21: acting pastor, Mclndoes, Vt, and Mon- 
roe, N. H., 1877-81; Walla Walla, W. T., 1882-4; general missionary, and 
agent A. C. U.,East Washington and Oregon, 1883, until death. Married, 
1870, Sept. 1, Elvira, daughter of Solomon and Ruth (Waid) Cole, of Stark, 
N. H. Died of typhoid fever, 1887, Nov. 26, aged 43 years, 1 month, and 
14 days. 

Cochran, Robert, son of Alexander and Nancy (Martin) Cochran, was 
born in Ripley, N. Y., 1805, March 6. Student in both Western Reserve and 
Oberlin colleges. Graduated, Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1839. Ordained 
at Oberlin, 1840, Sept. 17; acting pastor, Hartford, O., 1840-3, Olmsted 
Falls, 1843-6, West Andover, 1846-9, and Morgan, 1849-54; without charge, 
Austinburgh, after, until death. Married, 1830, Catherine, daughter of 
James Dinsmore, of Ripley, N. Y., who died, 1839, Jan. 6; three children. 
Married, 1842, Aug. 14, Julia, daughter of John and Lucy Barnard, of 
Northampton, Mass., who died, 1887, Aug. 19. Seven children. Died of old 
age, 1887, Aug. 31, aged 82 years, 5 months, and 26 days. 

Comstock, David Close, son of Major Samuel and Catherine (Clock) Corn- 
stock, was born in New Canaan, Ct., 1807, Sept. 19. Graduated, Yale College, 
1830, and Theological Seminary, 1836; having studied law. 1830-1; and 
served as tutor in Yale College, 1832-4. Ordained, Redding, Ct., 1840, March 
4 ; dismissed, 1845, April 8. Principal of a Young Ladies' Seminary, Geneva, 
N. Y., 1848-51; and at Stamford, Ct., 1851-5. Without charge there, in 
literary work, after. Married, 1840, April 8, Elizabeth A., daughter of Rev. 
Nehemiah Underhill and Nancy (Sherwood) Tompkins, of New York city. 
Three sons and three daughters. Died of softening of brain and spinal 
column, New York city, 1887, Oct. 14, aged 80 years and 25 days. 

Cummings, Hiram, son of Thomas and Annie (Gibson) Cummings, was 
born in Concord, Vt., 1810, Sept. 16. Marlboro (Mass ) Academy. Ordained 
Methodist, Nantucket, Mass., 1837. Stationed, Warwick, R. L, 1833; Paw- 
tucket, 1834; Woonsocket, 1835-6; Duxbury, 1837-8; located, 1839-48, and 
devoted to anti-slavery agitation. Went to California, 1849, and became a 
Congregationalist, 1859. Acting pastor, Oroville, 1859-61; Nevada City, 
1862-5; Pescadores, 1866-7; Dutch Flat, 1869-71; Georgetown, 1872-5; also 
at Auburn, 1874-5 ; without charge, after, San Francisco, except that he was 
chaplain of the State prison, at San Quentin, 1880-2. Chaplain of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of California, 1871. Married, 1835, June 14, Lavina, daughter 
of Thomas Soule, of Duxbury, Mass. Of five children, a daughter only is 
living. Died of old age, 1887, Dec. 11, aged 77 years, 2 months, and 25 days. 

Dale, Sidney H., son of Deacon Nicholas and Carey Ann (Garrett) Dale, 
was born in Marion, Ala., 1855, June 23. Completed courses of study in 
both normal and theological departments, Talladega College, graduating, 
1886. Ordained, Florence, Ala., 1886, Dec. 30. Acting pastor there, and 
principal of school until death. Married, 1883, Jan. 24, Mary Elizabeth 
Reynolds. Two daughters. Died of typhoid malarial fever, 1887, June 18, 
aged 31 years, 11 months, and 25 days. 

Demarest, Sidney Bryant, son of John Jacob and Mary Ann (Bryant) 
Demarest, was born in Glens Falls, N. Y., 1844, May 20. Graduated, Western 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS. ' 25 

Reserve College, 1865, and Chicago Theological Seminary, 1869 ; Lane Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1866-7. Ordained, Hartford, Wis., 1869, Sept. 7; acting 
pastor there, 1868-70 ; Windsor and South Leeds, 1870-4 ; Rio and Wyocena, 
1874-6; Dartford, 1876-8; Two Rivers, 1878-80; Hartland, 1880-1; home 
missionary in Montana, 1881-3; Baldwin, Mich., 1883-6; without charge, 
Waupaca, Wis., 1886, until death. Married, 1884, July 16, Georgiana, daughter 
of Benjamin Franklin and Susan (Dewey) Reed, of Grinnell, Io. One child. 
Died of bronchial consumption, 1887, Aug. 14, aged 33 years, 2 months, anil 
24 days. 

Doe, Walter Price, son of Walter and Mary (Emerson) Doe, was born in 
Wilton, N. Y., 1813, March 30. Academic education at Quincy, 111. Gradu- 
ated, Union College, 1844, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1847; student, 
Union Theological Seminary, 1844-6. Ordained, River Point, Warwick, 
R. I., 1847, Nov. 11; acting pastor there. 1847-9; Reformed church, Gansc- 
voort, N. Y., 1851-3; Mendon, Mass., 1854-3; West Stockbridge, 1855-6; 
Moreau, N Y., 1856-7; Rehoboth, Mass., 1857-9; without charge, after, 
Providence, R. I. Published: (1) Revivals: how to promote them, pp.443. 
(2) Important Religious Truths, pp. 242. Married, 1849, Aug. 1, Sophia 
Sheldon, daughter of Robert and Sophia (Sheldon) Knight of Providence, 
R. I. Died of dropsy on the lungs, 1887, Dec. 15, aged 74 years, 8 months, 
and 15 days. 

Eaton, Danforth Leander, son of Josiah and Mary (Read) Eaton, was 
born in Ashburnham, Mass., 1822, July 4. Graduated, Oberlin College, 1845, 
and student in theology there, 1845-7. Ordained, 1848, March 1, at Farmers' 
Creek, Mich., and acting pastor there, 1848-52; also at Oakwood, 1851-4; 
Orion, 1853-4; Howell, 1855-6; Brighton, 1857-8; Lowell, 1859-62 and 1874-7; 
without charge there, 1864-7, and his residence was there until death; acting 
pastor, Ada and Cannon, 1867-70; Croton, 1871; Saranac, 1872-4; Ovid, 
1878-81; Cannon, 1881-6; Freeport, 1886, May, until death. Married, 1848, 
Dec. 5, Mary Helen, daughter of John and Charlotte (Hopkins) Look, of 
Farmers* Creek, who died, 1858, Nov. 21. Of two daughters, one is living. 
Married, 1860, Oct. 2, Octavia, daughter of Dr. Arba and Emily (Kelsey) 
Richards, of Lowell. Of four children, one son is living. Died of inflamma- 
tion of the liver, 1887, Dec. 13, aged 65 years, 5 months, and 9 days. 

Ellis, William Harmon, son of William and Mary M. (Canfleld) Ellis, was 
born in Southfleld, Mass., 1852, June 16. Graduated, Williams College, 1874. 
Teacher, Delaware, and elsewhere, 1875-8; of A. M. A. school, Dudley, N. C, 
1878-81, and being licensed to preach, 1879. Ordained, 1882, May 7, and act- 
ing pastor, Troy, N. C, until death. Died of inflammation of the bladder, 
1887, Nov. 28, aged 35 years, 5 months, and 12 days. 

Elmer, Hiram, son of Joseph and Ruth (Stoughtou) Elmer, was born in 
West Hartford, Ct, 1812, Feb. 5. Graduated, Oneida Institute, Whitestown, 
N. Y.. 1837; Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1838-9. Professor, Oneida Insti- 
tute, 1839 44. Ordained by Whitestown Association, 1844, July 9. Teacher, 
Grass Lake, Mich., 1844-9; Jackson, 1849-52. Acting pastor, Barry, 1852; 
Lima, 1852-4, .and Chelsea, 1852-60; installed, Clinton, 1860, Oct. 2; dis- 
missed, 1867, Sept. 4. Residence, Olivet, 1868-79 ; agent, Chicago Theologi- 
cal Seminary, 1868-9; acting pastor, Olivet, 1370-3; at Kalamo, 1873-6; 



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without charge, Winona, Minn., 1879, until death; supplying church at 
Witoka one year. Married, 1839, Aug. 20, Emeline, daughter of Josiah and 
Mrs. Tolly (Bassett) (DeForest) Smith. Of eight children, six are living. 
Died of pneumonia, 1887, March 28, aged 75 years, 1 month, and 23 days. 

Esler, William Patterson, son of John and Alice (Patterson) Esler, was 
born in Belfast, Ireland, 18*4, Jan. 1. Entered the Methodist ministry at 
Toronto, Ont. Went to Michigan, and was ordained, 1842. Preacher, Nankin 
circuit, 1842 4 ; Manchester and Wolf Creek, 1844-6 ; Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor, 
1846-8 ; Brighton, 1848-50 ; acting pastor, Congregational churches, Eagle, Wa- 
cousta, and Grand Ledge, 1850-60 ; St. John, Greenbush, and Essex, 1860-3 ; 
without charge, Olivet, 1864-71;. acting pastor, St. Mary's, Kansas, 1871-3; 
Milford, 1873-4; Arvonia, 1874-7; Sherman, Mich., 1877-8; without charge, 
Reed City, 1879 ; Du Plain after, until death. Married, 1840, April 2G, Martha 
Davis, daughter of William and Sarah (Curtis) Knight, of Stockport, England. 
Of eight children, five are living. Died of paralysis of the brain, 1887, April 
12, aged 73 years, 4 months, and 11 days. 

Evans, Evan, son of David and Margaret (Daniels) Evans, was born at 
Llangeith, Cardiganshire, Wales, 1804, March 8. Began to preach in 1826, 
and ordained, Calvinist Methodist, at Newport, Monmouthshire, 1830; con- 
tinued his ministry in Wales until 1870, when he came to America, and having 
become a Congregationalist in 1869, did evangelistic work, widely among the 
Welsh churches, for twelve years, residing at Oak Hill, O. He then removed 
to Arkansas, and became acting pastor at Curtis until his death. Published, in 
Welsh : (1) The Way of the Lord in the Sanctuary and the Sea. (2) Secret 
Prayer, or the Secret Key to Heaven. (3) The Tears of the Oppressed. (4) 
Sermons: two volumes. Also, several translations. Married, 1830, March 31, 
Mary Valentine, daughter of William and Elizabeth Williams, of Pont-y-Pool, 
Wales, who died, 1886, Jan. 13. Three, of seven children, are living. Died 
of inflammation of the bowels, 1886, Oct. 29, aged 82 years, 7 months, and 21 
days. 

Fiske, Warren Cooley, son of Stephen and Lucina (Thompson) Fiske, 
was born in Wales, Mass., 1816, Sept. 21. Monson Academy. Graduated, 
Amherst College, 1840, and Hartford Theological Seminary, 1845. Ordained, 
East Haddam, Ct., 1847, May 19. Home missionary in Wisconsin, 1847-50; 
installed, Marlboro, Ct., 1850, Dec. 18; dismissed, 1857, Jan. 12; installed, 
Canton Centre, 1858, Feb. 2; dismissed, 1861, July 1; without charge there, 
1861-3; East Haddam, 1863-6; Colchester, 1866-9; acting pastor, 1870-2; 
without charge, Charlton, Mass., 1872-84; Southington, Ct., 1884, until 
death. Married, 1847, May 10, Harriet M., daughter of Rev. Isaac and Sarah 
B. (Lyon) Parsons, of East Haddam, Ct. Four children. Died of consump- 
tion, 1887, April 17, aged 70 years, 6 months, and 26 days. 

Foot, Horace, son of Caleb Mallory and Clarinda (Newell) Foot, was 
born in Madrid, N. Y., 1816, Oct. 29. St. Lawrence Academy, Potsdam; 
Western Reserve College, 1842-3. Graduated, Western Reserve Theological 
Seminary, 1846. Acting pastor, Middlebury, O , 1846-7. Ordained, Hudson, O., 
1848, April 6; missionary, A. B. C. F. M., Tripoli, Syria, 1348-54; released, 
1856, and resided after at Tallmadge, O., until death. Married ,1848, April 20, 
Rosanna, daughter of Asaph and Vesta Whittlesey, of Tallmadge, O., who died 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS. 27 

off Sandy Hook, on return to America, 1854, Dec. 24. One son. Died of 
heart disease, 1887, Oct. 17, aged 70 years, 11 months, and 23 days. 

Foote, Lucius, son of Bernice and Melinda (Field) Foote, was born in 
Bernardston, Mass., # 1 798, Aug. 3. Hartwick, N. Y., Academy. Studied a 
year at Auburn. Ordained by Oneida Presbytery, Trenton, N. Y., 1829, July 
30; dismissed, 1836, Feb. 2; evangelist, New York and Ohio, several years; 
minister, St. Charles, 111., 1842-5; Orangeville, 1846; pastor, Delavan, Wis., 
1847-54; without charge there, 1854-7; acting pastor, Union Grove, 1857-61; 
without charge, Rockford, 111., 1861-3, 1865 7, and 1869-72; Chicago, 1867-8; 
Sacramento, Cal., 1863-4, and 1872, until death. Married, 1824, March 18, 
Electa, daughter of Nathan Harwood, of Winfleld, N. Y., who died, 1865, 
Sept. 15. Of three children, a son and daughter are living ; the latter, wife 
of Joseph Collie, d. d., of Delavan, Wis. A son died in 1853. Married, 
1867, March 6, Mrs. Maria Trowbridge, of Union Grove, Wis. One son. 
Died of old age, 1887, Feb. 6, aged 88 years, 6 months, and 3 days. 

Foster, Henry Richard, son of Rev. Davis and Harriet L. (Darling) 
Foster, was born in Newbury, Mass., 1859, June 28. Graduated, Dartmouth 
College, 1882, and Hartford Theological Seminary, 1885. Ordained at Win- 
chendon, Mass., 1886, Sept. 22. Acting pastor, Walla Walla, W. T., 1886, 
Oct., to 1887, May. Died of consumption, at Arrow Head Springs, near San 
Bernardino, California, 1887, Nov. 2, aged 28 years, 4 months, and 4 days. 

Garland, David, son of John and Nancy (Parsons) Garland, was born in 
Newfleld, Me., 1815, March 22. Amherst Academy. Graduated, Amherst 
College, 1843, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1846. Acting pastor, South 
Solon, Me., 1846; Sweden, 1847; Burlington, 1848. Ordained, Second church, 
Bethel, 1849 1 , Aug. 15, and died in office. Published : One funeral sermon. 
Married, 1849, Aug. 15, Mary E., daughter of Thaddeus and Susannah 
(Barker) Twitchell, of Bethel, who died, 1867, Jan. 23. Married, 1867, Dec. 
17, Mary Jane, daughter of Elijah and Laura (Mason) Baker, of Dalton, 
N. H. Died in his pulpit, of heart disease, 1887, Oct. 16, aged 72 years, 6 
months, and 24 days. 

Goldsmith, Alfred, son of Isaac and Mary (Johnson) Goldsmith, was born 
in Hallowell, Me., 1809, Dec. 14. Graduated, Bowdoin College, 1833; Ando- 
ver Theological Seminary, 1833-5. Ordained, Great Falls, N. H., 1837, Sept. 
13; dismissed, 1838, Sept. 14; installed, Little Compton, R. I., 1839, May 1; 
dismissed, 1844, Aug. 25; installed, Princeton, Mass., 1845, July 16; dis- 
missed, 1849, June 17; without charge, Groton, 1849-51; also 1857, and 
1858-66; installed, Walpole, N. H., 1851, Dec. 30; dismissed, 1853, March 7 
acting pastor there, 1854-5; South Abington, Mass. (now Whitman), 1853-4 
Peterboro, N. H., 1857-8 ; Lunenburg, Mass., 1866-8 ; West Avon, Ct., 1868-78 
Hampton, 1878-81 ; without charge, Farmington, 1882-4 ; Newton Centre, Mass., 
1884, until death. Married, 1839, Sept. 30, Sarah, daughter of Benjamin and 
Sarah (Haines) Merrill, of Haverhill, Mass. One son and one daughter, wife 
of the Rev. T. J. Holmes, of Newton Centre. Died of chronic disease of the 
bladder, 1887, March 1, aged 77 years, 2 months, and 14 days. 

Hart, Ichabod Andrus, son of Jonathan and Lucia (Clark) Hart, was born 
in Marshall, then a part of Paris, N. Y., 1803, Feb. 16. Graduated, Hamilton 
College, 1826, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1830 ; Princeton Theolog- 



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ical Seminary, 1826-7. Ordained by Newburyport Presbytery, 1830, Sept. 23 ; 
acting pastor, Adams, N. Y., 1830-1; agent American Education Society, 
Central New York, 1831-3; acting pastor, Cooperstown, N. Y., 1833-5; in- 
stalled, Franklin, N. Y., 1835, Sept. 11; dismissed, 1839; installed. Sandusky, 
O., 1839, May 14; dismissed, 1844; acting pastor, Kenosha, Wis., 1S45-7; 
Greenwood, etc., TIL, 1847-56; agent Walworth County Institute, 185K-60; 
without charge, 1860-5 ; agent Western Tract and Book Society, residing 
at Wheaton, 1865-7; treasurer Wheaton College, and editor Cynosure, 
1867-73; without charge there until death. Published: (1) The Seventh 
Commandment : a Sermon. (2) Farewell Sermon at Sandusky. (3) Address 
on Secret Societies. Married, 1830, Oct. 13, Emeline Frances, daughter of 
Benjamin and Damask (Rose) Frisbie, of Westmoreland, N. Y., who died, 1836, 
Jan. 15. Married, 1836, Nov. 3, Damask Rose, daughter of Benjamin and 
Lois (Warren) Frisbie, who died, 1840. Jan 13. One of two children living. 
Married, 1841, May 4, Harriet Eliza, daughter of Joshua Wright and Eliza 
O. W. (Osgood) Whitcomb, of Templeton, Mass. Three of six children living. 
Died of spinal injury, 1887, Aug. 20, aged 84 years, 6 months, and 4 days. 

Haskins, Benjamin Franklin, son of John and Gertrude (Ash) Haskins, 
was born in Chautauqua County, N. Y., 1822. June 21. Graduated, Knox 
College, 1849. Ordained, Methodist, at Union Grove, 111., 1850, May 19; 
preacher, Galesburg and Rockford, 1850-6; Amity, Io., 1856-61; acting 
pastor, Congregational church, Victoria, 111., 1862, March, to 1874; Viola, 
1874-7; Ashland, or Galva, Kan., 1877, until death. He was a chaplain in the 
army for a short term of service. Married, 1846, Aug. 26, Caroline Maria, 
daughter of and Elizabeth (Newell) Goodell, of Galesburg, who died, 

1846, Dec. 31. Married, 1850, April 18, Frances Rebecca, daughter of Morde- 
cai and Sarah J. (Anderson) Abraham, of Tivoli, 111. Three sons living, and 
one daughter, a missionary of the A. B. C. F. M. in Mexico ; one daughter 
died yoilng. Died of neuralgia of the heart, 1887, April 10, aged 64 years, 9 
months and 19 days. 

Hopkins, Mark, d d., ll. d., son of Archibald and Mary (Curtis) Hopkins, 
was born in Stockbridge, Mass., 1802, Feb. 4. Lenox Academy, and Clinton, 
N. Y. Graduated, Williams College, 1824. Tutor, 1825-7. Graduated, Berk- 
shire Medical College, 1829. Professor Rhetoric and Moral Philosophy, 1830-6 ; 
of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, and President of the College from 1836, 
and Professor of Theology from 1858. The latter, with the presidency, he 
resigned in 1872. Ordained, 1836, Sept. 15. Received the honorary d. d. 
from Dartmouth College, 1837, and Harvard, 1841 ; ll. d. from University of 
State of New York, and Harvard. 1886. He was a Fellow of the American 
Academy; Corporate Member of the American Board from 1838, and its 
President from 1857. Published: (1) Inaugural Discourse, 1836, pp. 31. 
(2) Taste and Morals: two Lectures, 1836, pp. 63. (3) Sermon: Com- 
memorative of Dr. Griffin, 1837, pp. 20. (4) Porter Rhetorical Society: 
Address, Andover, 1837, pp. 19. (6) Election Sermon, 1839, pp. 40. (6) 
American Bible Society : Address, 1840. (7) Mount Holyoke Seminary : Ad- 
dress, 1840, pp. 23. (8) Address to Medical Class, Pittsfleld, 1840, pp. 17. 

(9) Dedicatory Address: Williston Seminary, Easthampton, 1814, pp. 21. 

(10) Semi-Centennial Address at Williams College, 1843, pp. 41. (11) Pas- 



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toral Association: Sermon, 1843, pp. 31. (12) Berkshire Jubilee Ser- 
mon, 1844, pp. 26. (13) Convention Sermon, 1845, pp. 32. (14) Sermon 
before A. B. C. F. M., 1845, pp. 31. (15) Sermon: Commemorative of Pro- 
fessor Ebenezer Kellogg, 1846, pp. 28. (16) Sermon at Plymouth on Fore- 
fathers' Day, 1846, pp. 32. (17) Temperance Address to the People of 
Massachusetts, 1846, pp. 20. (18) Evidences of Christianity: Lowell Lec- 
tures, 1846, pp. 383; revised as a text-book, 1863, pp. 356. (19) Sermon 
before the American and Foreign Sabbath Union, 1847, pp. 28. (20) 
Miscellaneous Essays and Discourses, 1847, pp. 614 [embracing most 
of the preceding numbers]. — Series of Annual Baccalaureate Sermons, 
1850-72, as follows: (21) Faith, Philosophy, and Reason, 1850, pp. 28. (22) 
Strength and Beauty, 1851, pp. 27. (23) Receiving and Giving, 1852, pp. 24. 
(24) Perfect Love, 1855, pp. 24. (25) Self -Denial, 1856, pp. 24. v 26) Higher 
and Lower Good, 1857, pp. 20. (27) Eagle's Wings, 1858, pp. 24. (28) Mani- 
foldness of Man, 1859, pp. 26. (29) Nothing to be Lost, 1860, pp. 28. 
(30) God's Method of Social Unity, 1862, pp. 26. (31) Enlargement, 1863, 
pp. 24. (32) Choice and Service, 1864, pp. 24 (33) Providence and Revela- 
tion, 1865, pp. 26. (34) The Bible and Pantheism, 1866, pp 23. (35) Limits 
of Liberality, 1867, pp. 25. (36) Zeal, 1868, pp. 22. (37) Spirit, Soul, and 
Body, 1869, pp. 23. (38) Life, 1870, pp. 1 6. (39) The Body the Temple of God, 
1871, pp. 23. (40) The Circular and the Onward Movement, 1872, pp. 20. — 
1 41) Dedicatory Sermon : Pittsfleld, 1850, pp. 22. (42) Address before So- 
ciety for the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education in the West, 
1852, pp. 24. (43) Sermon Commemorative of Amos Lawrence, 1853, pp. 36. 
(44) The Central Principle : Oration before the New England Society, New 
York, 1854, pp. 36. (45) Congregational Library Association: Discourse, 
1855, pp. 36. (46) Science and Religion : Sermon before American Associa- 
tion for the Advancement of Science, 1856, pp. 35. (47) A Missionary Ser- 
mon, Bangor, 1858, pp. 22. (48) Address at the Laying of the Corner-Stone 
of the People's College, Havana, N. Y., 1858, pp. 13. (49) Sermon dedicatory 
of the New Chapel, 1859, pp. 24. (50) Sermon at Ordination of Rev. C. M. 
Hyde, Brimfleld, 1862, pp. 48. (51) Lectures on Moral Science, 1862, pp. 304. 
(62) Fruit in Old Age : Discourse Commemorative of Nathan Jackson, 1863, 
pp. 26. (53) The "Sabbath and Free Institutions : a Paper read at Saratoga, 
1863. pp. 20. (54) Baccalaureate Sermons, 1863. (55) Sermon at Funeral of 
Emerson Davis, d. d., Westfleld, 1866, pp. 9. (5G) Colleges and Stability : 
Discourse at Marietta College, 1868, pp. 20. (57) The Law of Love and Love 
as a Law, 1869, pp. 342. (58) What must I do to be Saved? : a Tract, 1870. 
(59) Memorial Address at Providence, 1870. (60) Address at the Edwards 
Memorial, 1871. (61) Modern Scepticism in Relation to Young Men: 
Y. M. C. A. Address, 1872. (62) Letter on Education, to the Japanese Min- 
ister, 1872. (63) Prayer and the Prayer Gauge : a Discourse, 1873, pp. 27. 
(64) Sermon at Funeral of John Todd, d. d., Pittsfleld, 1873, pp. 24. (65) 
Sunday Legislation: Address before the Evangelical Alliance, 1873. (QQ) 
Outline Study of Man, 1873, pp. 308. (67) Strength and Beauty : Discussions 
for Young Men, 1874, pp. 361 [reissued as Teaching and Counsels, 1884]. (68) 
Temperance and Education: a Tract, 1875. (69) Colportage by Theological 
Students: Tract Society Address, n. d., pp. 8. (70) The Law of Progress: 



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Centennial Discourse before Williams Alumni, 187G, pp. 22. (71) Memorial 
Discourse of General Garfield, 188.% pp. 28. (72) The Scriptural Idea of 
Man, 1883, pp. 145. (73) Dedication Sermon at Great Barrington, 1883, 
pp. 20. (74) Dedication Sermon, Hampton, Va., 1884, pp. 29. (75) Dis- 
course on 50th Anniversary of his Election as President of Williams Col- 
lege, 1886, pp. 43. Also numerous articles in the Princeton and other Reviews. 
Married, 1832, Dec. 25, Mary daughter of Lyman and Louisa (Rossiter) 
Hubbell, of Williamstown. Of ten children, seven are living, of whom one 
is Rev. Harry Hopkins, and one the wife of Rev. John II. Dennison. Died 
of old age, 1887, June 17, aged 85 years, 4 months, and 13 days. 

Hopkins, Samuel, son of John and Lydia (Thompson) Hopkins, was born 
in Hadley, Mass., 1807, April 11. Phillips Academy, Andover. Graduated, 
Dartmouth College, 1827, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1831. Ordained, 
Montpelier, Vt., 1831, Oct. 26; dismissed, 1835, April 29; installed, Saco, 
Me., 1836. Feb. 17; dismissed, 1844, Nov. 26; without charge there, 1844-53; 
Northampton, Mass., 1853-66; acting pastor, Standish, Me, 1866 72, and 
Topsham, 1873-4; without charge after, in Milton, N. Y., Florence, Fla., 
and Northampton, Mass., until death. Published: (1) The Demoniacal Pos- 
sessions of the New Testament. (2) The Evils of Gambling: a Sermon, 
1835, pp. 18. (3) The Curse upon the Land, a Blessing : a Sermon. (4) Fast 
Day, Sermon, 1839, pp. 14. (5) Lessons at the Cross. (6) The Youth of the 
Old Dominion, 1856, pp. 473. (7) The Puritans and Queen Elizabeth, 3 
vols., 8vo, 1860. Married, 1832, May 29, Caroline Williams, daughter of 
Josiah and Rhoda (Edwards) D wight, of Northampton She died, 1881, 
Jan. 26. Of six children, a son and three daughters are living. Died of old 
age, 1887, Feb. 10, aged 79 years and 10 months. 

Horton, Jacob, son of Jacob and Anna (Van Wyke) Horton, was born in 
East Fishkill, N. Y., 1818, March 2. Phillips Academy, Andover. Graduated, 
Williams College, 1874. Medical student, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
New York, and spent some years in business in Texas. Graduated, Bangor 
Theological Seminary, 18S5. Ordained, South Gardiner, Me., 1885, Dec. 16, 
and died in office. Married, 1875, Oct. 12, Mary J. N., daughter of Rev. Wil- 
liam R. and Emily J. (Bishop) Chapman, of New York city. Three children. 
Died of chronic gastritis, 1887, Jan. 10, aged 38 years, 10 months, and 8 days. 

Howe, Elijah Franklin, son of Samuel and Sally (Jones) Howe, was 
born in Grafton, Mass., 1832, Sept. 19. Graduated, Yale College, 1859; 
Yale Theological Seminary, 1859-60; Princeton Theological Seminary, 1860-1. 
Ordained, South Canaan, Ct., 1862, Dec. 17; dismissed, 1865, Dec. 1; acting 
pastor, Terre Haute, Ind., 1865, until installed, 1870, May 4; resigned, 1876. 
No dismission recorded; installed, Newtonville, Mass., 1876, Dec. 6; dis- 
missed, 1882, Sept. 15; acting pastor, Peoria, 111., 1882, until death. Mar- 
ried, 1862, Oct. 23, Frances F., daughter of Erasmus and Grace (Heath) 
Gates, of Monson, Mass., who died, 1882, Nov. 11, aged 46 years. Two sons 
and two daughters. Married, 1885, Oct. 26, Mrs. Sarah Storrs Proctor, 
daughter of Charles and Maryett (Cook) Storrs, of Peoria, 111. Died of 
consumption, 1887, Aug. 11, aged 54 years, 10 months, and 22 days. 

Howland, William Soutiiworth, son of Rev. William Ware and Susan 
(Reed) Howland, was born in Jaffna, Ceylon, 1846, July 8. Monson, Mass., 



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Academy. Graduated, Amherst College, 1870, and Andover Theological Sem- 
inary, 1873. Ordained at Conway, 1873, May 7. Missionary, A. B. C. F. M., 
Mandapasalai, Southern India, until death, returning on a visit to America, 
1886. Married, 1873, June 19, Mary Louisa, daughter of Charles and Lucy 
(Keep) Carpenter, of Monson, who died of pneumonia, two days before her 
husband, and they lie in a common grave at Monson. One son and two 
daughters. Died of gastro-hepatitis, at Auburndale, Mass., 1887, March 7, 
aged 40 years and 8 months. 

Hutchins, Charles Josiah, son of Samuel and Sophia (Reed) /Hutchins, 
was born in Waterford, Pa., 1825, Sept. 8. Graduated, Yale College, 1840; 
member Theological Seminary, 1849-52; and of Andover Theological Semi- 
nary, one year. Acting pastor, Kenosha, Wis., 1853-4, and 1859-60. Ordained, 
York, Pa., 1855, Oct 14; dismissed, 1859, April; installed, Racine, Wis., 
Presbyterian church, 1860 (summer) ; dismissed, 1865, March 23 ; also chap- 
lain, for one hundred days, of the 39th Wisconsin Regiment; installed, 
Presbyterian church, Fulton, N. Y., 186^ June; dismissed, 1869; acting 
pastor, Petaluma, Cal., 1869, Oct., to 1879, March; Los Angeles, 1879-82; 
Martinez, 1883-4; without charge after, there and in San Francisco. Mar- 
ried, 1861, April 3, Clara A., daughter of Dr. James S. and Rebecca (Dawson) 
Shepherd, of Racine. Two daughters, and one of four sons living. Died of 
a spinal injury, 1887, Feb. 13, aged 61 years, 5 months, and 5 days. 

Ingersoll, Elihu Parsons, son of David and Sarah (Parsons) Ingcrsoll, 
was born in Lee, Mass., 1804, Sept. 20. Graduated, Yale College, 1832. 
Member of Auburn Theological Seminary, 1832-3, and Yale Theological Sem- 
inary, 1833-4. Ordained, Woonsocket, R. I., 1834, Dec. 24; dismissed, 1835, 
Nov. Professor of sacred music and Greek, Oberlin College, 1835-40. Home 
missionary in Michigan, 1840-53; installed, Bloomington, 111., 1853. March; 
dismissed, 1857, April; home missionary in Kansas, vicinity of Burlingame, 
1857-62; acting pastor, Elm wood, 111., 1862-3; Maiden, 1863-8; without 
charge, Rosevale, now Springfield, Kan., after. Published: "Lost Israel 
Found," 1886, pp. 84. Married, 1835, April 29, Louisa, daughter of Frederic 
and (Sherrill) Perry, of Stockbridge, who died, 1836, Aug. 29, 

leaving a son. Married, 1838, Aug., Catherine, daughter of Rev. Moses 
Gillett, of Rome, N. Y. Eight children. Died of old age, 1887, March 29, 
aged 82 years, 6 months, and 9 days. 

Jennings, Isaac, son of Dr. Isaac and Nancy (Beach) Jennings, was born 
in Trumbull, Ct., 1816, July 24. Graduated, Yale College, 1837; member 
Theological Seminary, 1839-40; graduated, Andover Theological Seminary, 
1841. Ordained, 2d Congregational church, Akron, O., 1843, June 14; dis- 
missed, 1847, Feb. 13; installed, Stamford, Ct., 1847, Sept. 1; dismissed, 
1853, April 26; installed, 1st church, Bennington Centre, Vt, 1853, Sept. 21, 
and died in office. Published : (1) Sermon for the Times, 1853, pp. 15. (2) 
Sermon; funeral of Capt. David B. Robinson, 1855, pp. 10. (3) Sermon; 
funeral of Isaac Weeks, 1868, pp. 51. (4) Memorials of a Century, 1869, pp. 
408. (5) Sermon; funeral of Mrs. A. B. Gardner, 1871, pp. 19. (6) Sermon; 
funeral of Stephen Dewey, 1871. (7) Sermon; funeral of Robert B Clark, 
1874, pp. 14. (8) Sermon; funeral of Hon. A. B. Gardner, 1881. (9) Ad- 
dress at Decoration Services, 1887. Married, 1847, Feb. 17, Sophia, daughter 



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of Matthias and Sophia (Loomis) Day, of Mansfield, 0. Of eight sons, six 
are living; one danghter, deceased. Died of stone in the bladder, 1887, Aug. 
25, aged 71 years, 1 month, and 1 day. 

Jennison, Edwin, son of Major William and Phebe (Field) Jennison, was 
born in Walpole, N. H., 1805, Aug. 26. Graduated, Dartmouth College, 1827, 
and Andover Theological Seminary, 1830. Ordained, Walpole, N. H., 1831, 
Aug. 17; dismissed, 1835, March 18; installed, Mount Vernon, 1836, April 6; 
dismissed, 1841, Aug. 19; installed, Ashburnham, Mass., 1842, May 12; dis- 
missed, 1846, May 12; installed, Hopkinton, N. H., 1847, June 6; dismissed, 
1849, Sept. 5; acting pastor, Alstead, 1850-2; Langdon, 1852-4, and 1856-7; 
without charge, Walpole, 1857-70; Winchester, 1860-80; Conway, Mass., 
1880, until death. Married, 1832, Jan. 25, Mary Barker, daughter of Dr. 
Richard Cutts and Mary (Tibbets) Shannon, of Saco, Me. Two of four chil- 
dren are living. Died of old age, 1887, Dec. 25, aged 82 years and 4 months. 

Jones, David D., born in South Wales, 1846, May 14. Came to America 
about 1870 and lived in Pennsylvania. Graduated Chicago Theological Sem- 
inary, 1375. Ordained. Mankato, Minn., 1875, Sept. 30; without charge, 
Balaton after, until death. Died of dysentery, 1886, Aug. 18, aged 40 years, 

3 months, and 4 days. 

Jones, John K., born in Richmond, Va., 1832, of free parents, but stolen 
in childhood and sold into slavery. Ordained, 1874. Acting pastor, Napo- 
leonville, La., until death. Died of an accidental injury, 1887, aged 65 years. 

Ladd, Alden, son of Avery and Sally (Cole) Ladd, was born in Morris- 
town, Vt , 1830, Feb. 19. Student, Groton (Mass.) Academy, and Westfleld, 
and Hartford (then East Windsor) Theological Seminary, 1859-61. Ordained, 
Roxbury, Vt., 1865, Feb. 15; dismissed, 1879, Nov.; acting pastor, Berlin 
and West Berlin, 1879-85 ; without charge, West Randolph, after. Married, 
1869, Nov. 25, Sarah M., daughter of Samuel and Nancy (Edwards) Edwards, 
of Roxbury, who died, 1877, July. Of two children, one is living. Married, 
1879, Feb. 5, Mary E., daughter of Joseph C. and Cerinthia (Chandler) Pren- 
tiss. Two sons. Died of chronic liver disease, 1887, June 30, aged 57 years, 

4 months, and 11 days. 

Leach, Cephas Augustus, son of Andrew and Deborah (Spooner) [Bow- 
man] Leach, was born in Pittsfleld, Vt., 1823, Jan. 24. Burr Seminary, 
Manchester. Graduated, Middlebury College, 1846, and Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1852. Teacher, Nashua, N. H. Ordained, 1855, Jan. 7; acting 
pastor, Granby, Mo., 1853; Detroit, Mich., 1854; Carlinville, HI., Presby- 
terian church, 1854-6; Payson, 1856-66; Brimfield, 1866 8. Without charge, 
Payson, 1869; Andover, Mass., 1870-2; Sedalia, 1873-84; Aurora, 1885; Se- 
dalia, 1886. Published: The Crescent. Married, 1856, Dec. 4, Mary A., 
daughter of and Esther (Smith) Scarborough, of Payson. 111., who 

died, 1868, May 2, leaving one daughter. Died at Eldon, Mo., of capillary 
bronchitis, 1887, Jan. 16, aged 63 years, 11 months, and 22 days. 

Le Bosquet, John, son of Ebenezer and Sarah (Price) Le Bosquet, was 
born in Haverhill, Mass., 1811, May 13. Theological study with Rev. Benja- 
min P. Stone, of Campton, N. H. Ordained, 1836, Sept. 21 ; acting pastor, 
Dorchester, N. H., 1836-7; Epping, 1837-8; Nottingham, 1838-40; Loudon, 
1841-2; installed, Hill, 1843, April 26; dismissed, 1849, April 24; acting 



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pastor, Greenfield, 1849-59; Newington, 1859-64; Bethlehem and Franconia, 
1864-6; Danbury, 1866-71; Lempster, 1871-8; Southville, in Sou thboro, Mass., 
1878. until death. Published: (1) Congregational Manual, 1841, pp. 1x2. 
(2) Memoir of Mary H. Sumner, 1848, pp. 213. (3) Memorial of John 
Parmer, 1884, pp. 138. Married, 1833, Oct. 10, Martha Pratt, daughter of Ben- 
jamin Eastman and Priscilla (Allen) Farrington, of Hopkinton, N. H. Died 
of typhoid dysentery, 1887, Sept. 10, aged 76 years, 3 months, and 27 days. 

Lincoln, John Kent, son of Justus and Maria (Watson) Lincoln, was born 
in Worcester, Mass., 1828, July 5. Studied dentistry, and practised his pro- 
fession in Biddeford, Augusta, and Bangor, Me. Graduated, Bangor Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1862. Ordained, 1862, Sept. 30; chaplain of 22d Maine 
Regiment. In July, 1863, at Port Hudson, he met with an accident, fractur- 
ing his skull and never recovered. Married, 1851, Sept. 4, Olive F. Dame, of 
Saco. Three children. Died of epilepsy, 1887, May 20. aged 58 years, 10 
months, and 15 days. 

Lyman. Horace, son of Lt. Daniel and Sally (Clapp) Lyman, was born in 
Easthampton, Mass., 1815, Nov. 16. Graduated, Williams College, 1842, and 
Andover Theological Seminary, 1846. Student at Auburn Theological Semi- 
nary, 1843-5, and attended medical lectures at Castleton, Vt., where he was 
ordained, 1848, Nov. 1. Home missionary. Portland, Ore., 1848-54; Dal- 
las, 1854-7. Professor of Ancient Languages, Mathematics, and English 
Literature and Rhetoric successively, Pacific University, Forest Grove. 1857-77. 
Acting pastor, Hillsboro and Hillside. 1878, until death. Married, 1848, Nov. 
1, Mary, daughter of William and Iole (Higby) Denison, of Castleton, who 
died, 1874, March 10. Two daughters and two sons, of whom one is Rev. 
Horace S. Lyman. Married, 1882. Dec. 9, at Swanzey, N. H., Margaret B. 
Duncan, of Union Falls, N. Y. Died of dropsy, 1887, March 31, aged 71 
years, 4 months, and 15 days. 

McKean, John, son of John and Mary (Haslem) McKean, was born in 
Blackburn, Lancashire, Eng., 1830, April 27. Academical education at Black- 
burn. Ordained, Ceredo, West Va., 1875, June 27, and acting pastor there, 
1875, March, to 1879, June; Hartford, 0., 1879, June, to 1881. Jan.; Hern- 
don, Va., Ih81, Jan., to 1885, Oct.; Interlaken Fla , 1885. Oct., until death. 
Married, 1850, April, Georgiana Sanderson, daughter of Edward Sanderson, 
and Margaret Hamilton (Parsons) George, of Leeds, Eng., who died in Eng- 
land, 1863, Feb. 8. Of nine children, two deceased. Married, 1884, Sept. 
10, Ruth, daughter of John H. and Eliza D. Bucker, of Herndon, Va. One 
child. Died of diarrhoea, 1887, Aug. 7, aged 57 years, 3 months, and 10 days. 

Mowery, Christian, son of John and Christianna Mowery, was born in 
Switzerland, 1844, Sept. 28. Came to America in 1853, and served in the army 
through the war. Olivet, Michigan, Academy. Graduated, Marietta College, 
1875, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1878. Ordained, Coolville, O., 1878, 
June 18; dismissed, 1882, April 1; acting pastor. New Ulm, Minn., 1882, 
April, until death. Married, 1878, Aug. 29, Caroline E., daughter of Rev. 
Levi Lankton and Caroline (Hill) Fay, of Moss Run, 0. Four children. Died 
of chronic inflammation of the bowels, 1887, Oct. 1, aged 43 years and 3 days. 

Nason, Eli as, son of Levi and Sarah (Newton) Nason, was born in 
Wrentham, Mass., 1811, April 21. Graduated. Brown University, 1835. 

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Teacher, Lancaster, Mass., and Waynesboro, Ga. ; also editor Georgia 
Courier j 1836. Principal, Ladies' Institute, Newburyport, Mass., 1840-4; 
master, English and Latin High Schools there, 1844-50; principal, Milford 
High School, 1850-52. Ordained, Natick, Mass., 1862, May 5; dismissed, 
1858, Nov. 1; installed, Medford, Mystic church, 1858, Nov. 20; dismissed, 
1860, Nov. 19; installed, Exeter, N. H., 1st church, 1860, Nov. 22; dismissed, 
1865, May 29. Residence after, North Billerica, Mass. ; but also acting 
pastor, Dracut, Central church, 1868-74, and 1876-86 ; also the Pawtucket- 
ville church, now in Lowell, 1876-84, and Danielsonville, Ct., 1875. Pub- 
lished: (1) Songs for the School-room, 1842. (2) Lessons in French Litera- 
ture, 1849. (3) Memoir of the Rev. Nathaniel Howe, 1851. (4) Thou Shalt 
not Steal; a sermon, 1853. (5) The Strength and Beauty of the Sanctuary; 
dedication sermon, 1854. (6) Congregational Hymn Book, 1857. (7) Vestry 
Hymn Book, 1857. (8) Congregational Tune Book, 1858. (9) New Congre- 
gational Hymn and Tune Book, 1860. (10) Obligation to defend the Govern- 
ment, 1861. (11) Songs for Social and Public Worship, 1862. (12) Record 
of Events, Exeter, 1863. (13) Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, 1865. (14) 
Eulogy on Edward Everett, 1865. (15) Fountains of Salvation, 1865. (16) 
Life of Sir Charles Henry Frankland, 1865. (17) Eulogy on John A. Andrew, 
1868. (18} Our National Song, 1869. (19) Memoir of W. B. Fowle, 1869. 
(20) Life of Mrs. Susannah Rowson, 1870. (21) Life of Henry Wilson. 1*72. 
(22) Carmena Coeli. (23) Howe Family Gathering, 1872. (24) Gazetteer of 
Massachusetts, 1874. (25) Life of Charles Sumner, 1874. (26) Centennial 
Oration: Billerica, 1876. (27) Lives of Moody and Sankey, 1877. (28) His- 
tory of Dunstable, Mass., 1877. (29) Originality; a lecture. (30) Discourse 
on the death of James A. Garfield, 1881. (31) A Literary History of the 
Bible. Also sketches of various towns, in the histories of Essex, Middlesex, 
and Worcester Counties; and editor, New England Historic Genealogical 
Register, 1867. Married. 1836, Nov. 28, Mira Ann, daughter of John and 
Eliza (Follansbee) Bigelow, of Framingham. Five of six children are living; 
one, Rev. Charles P. H. Nason. Died of Bright's disease, 1887, June 17, 
aged 76 years, 1 month, and 26 days. 

Noyks, Gurdon Wheeler, son of Joseph and Eunice E. (Cheesebrough) 
Noyes, was born in Stonington. Ct., 1818, Aug. 13. Phillips Academy, Ando- 
ver, Mass. Graduated, Amherst College, 1846, and Union Theological Sem- 
inary, 1849. Ordained, Presbyterian, Portsmouth, Va., 1849, Dec. 19; dis- 
missed, 1852, April; installed, Cornwall, Vt., 1852, April 28; dismissed 
1854, March 15 ; acting and associate pastor, South church. New Haven, Ct. 
1854, April, until installed, 1858, May 24; dismissed, 1861, June 3; installed 
Second church, Fairhaven, 1861, Aug. 1; dismissed. 1869, Nov. 8; installed 
Woodbury, 1869, Dec. 8; dismissed, 1879, Aug. 31; acting pastor, Stony 
Creek, Branford. 1881, until death. Residing in New Haven. Published 
(1) Farewell Sermon, 1861. (2) Sermon on Two Hundredth Anniversary of 
First Church in Woodbury, 1870. (3) Total Abstinence: a Sermon, 1875. 
Married, 1850, Aug. 13, Agnes, daughter of James and Agnes (Ferguson) 
McArthur, of Philadelphia. Of eight children, seven are living. Died of con- 
gestion of brain, 1887, April 28, aged 68 years, 8 months, and 15 days. 

viatt, George Alexander, son of Daniel B. and Mary i Roberts) Oviatt, 



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was born in Bridgeport, Ct., 1811, April 5. Graduated, Yale College. 1835 r 
and Theological Seminary, 1838. Ordained, Belchertown, Mass , 1838, Aug. 
28; dismissed, 1845, July; installed, Shawmut church, Boston, 1845, Nov, 
20; dismissed, 1849, March 28. New England Secretary A. S. S. Union, 
1849-50. Installed, Chicopee, 1851, Oct. 15; dismissed, 1855, Dec. 17; in- 
stalled, Somers, Ct., 1856, Dec. 20; dismissed, 1867, Jan. 10; one year absent, 
as chaplain of the Connecticut Twenty-fifth Regiment ; installed, Talcottville, 
in Vernon, 1867, March 13 ; dismissed, 1875, Jan. 13 ; acting pastor, Sudbury, 
Mass., 1875-83. Without charge there until death. Published: (1) Sermon: 
funeral of Abel Pease, 1856, pp. 17. (2; Sermon on the death of Rev. William 
L. Strong, 1859, pp. 18. (3) Sermon : funeral of Mary Jane Collins, 1859. 
(4) Fast Day Sermon, 1861. (5) Memorial Address: funeral of Capt. Samuel 
S. llayden, Windsor Locks, 1863. (6) Sermon : funeral of James M. Billings^ 
1869. (7) In Memoriam : Deacon H. W. Talcott, 1871. (8 ) Address : funeral 
of Mrs. Harriet M. Talcott, 1874. (9) In Memoriam: Deacon ('. D. Tal- 
cott, 1882. And he contributed the Sudbury chapter to Drake's History of 
Middlesex County. Married, 1*39, Feb. 27, Martha A. , daughter of Charles- 
B. and Anna (Cutler) Whittelsey, of New Haven, Ct., who died, 1846, April 5^ 
Two children, not surviving her. Married, 1847, Dec. 1, Isabella G., daugh- 
ter of Isaac and Sally (Ainsworth) Parker, of Boston. One son and two 
daughters. Died of paralysis, 1887, June 1, aged 76 years, 1 month, and 26 
days. 

Palmer, Ray, d d., son of Hon. Thomas and Susanna (Palmer) Palmer, 
was born in Little Compton, R. I., 1808, Nov. 12. Phillips Academy, Andover. 
Graduated, Yale College. 1*30. Teacher, New York city, 1830-1, and Young 
Ladies' Institute, New Haven, Connecticut, 1831-4 ; pursuing, also, theological 
study in private. Ordained, Bath. Me , Central church, 1835, July 22 ; dis- 
missed, 1850, Nov. 6; installed, Albany, N. Y., 1850, Dec. 10; dismissed, 1866 r 
April 18; secretary, American Congregational Union, 1866-78; residing in 
Newark, N. J., from 1870 until death. Associate acting pastor, Bellevue 
Avenue church there. 1881-4. Union College gave the honorary d. d. in 
1850. Visitor, Andover Theological Seminary, 1865-78. Corporate member 
A. B. C. F. M., from 1854. Director, A. H. M. S.. 1862-83. Published: (1) 
Charles Pcnd: Memoir and Select Remains, New Haven, 1829, pp 150. (2) 
The Spirit's Life : a Poem, Boston, 1837, pp. 16. (3) The Study of History 
commended to the active classes of society: lecture before the Mechanic 
Association, Bath, 1837, pp. 16. (4) How to live: Memoir of C. L. Wat- 
son, 1839, pp. 243. (5) Spiritual Improvement, 1839 : republished as •* Closet 
Hours," 1851, pp. 31*2. (6) Doctrinal Text-Book: 1839. pp. 72. (7) The 
Study of History: 1«39, pp. 16. (8; National Sufferings the Result of Na- 
tional Sins: Fast sermon, Boston, 1843, pp. 33. (9) Sermon before the 
Foreign Evangelical Society, 1848, pp. 34. (10) Sermon on the Sabbath after 
Installation, Albany, 1850. pp. 30. (11) Address at the Funeral of David 
Campbell, Albany, 1851, pp. 14. (12) Discourse on the State of the Civilized 
World, as related to the Kingdom of Christ. 1852, pp. 53. (13) Address at 
Pittsfield Young Ladies' Institute, 1852, pp. 32. (14) Sermon before Ameri- 
can Sunday School Union, 1855, pp. 46. (15) Two Discourses on our own 
Religious Affairs, 1856, pp. 62. (16) Discourse before the Congregational 



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Library Association, Boston, 1857. (17) Hints on the Formation of Re- 
ligious Opinions, 1860, pp. 324. (18) Alexis De Tocqueville, New Haven. 

1862, pp. 26. (19) The Opening Future; or, The Results of Present War, 

1863, pp. 28. (20) " Remember Me," 1865, pp. 103. (21) Hymns and Sacred 
Pieces, 1865, pp. 196. (22) Sermon before the Society for Promotion of 
Collegiate and Theological Education in the West, 1865, pp. 44. (23) Remi- 
niscences of our Work for Fifteen Years, 1865. (24) Hymns of my Holy 
Hours, 1866, pp. 44. (25) Our Country must be Saved : The Voice of God 
to the American Congregational Churches, New York, 1867, pp. 32. (26) 
Home; or, The Unlost Paradise, 1868, pp. 132. (27) Earnest Words and True 
Sucess in Life, 1873, pp. 295. (28) The Voluntary Societies, for Christian 
Work, as related to the Congregational Churches. Reprint from Congrega- 
tional Quarterly, 1875, pp. 21. (29) Complete Poetical Works, 1876, pp. 372. 
(30) Voices of Hope and Gladness. 1880, pp. 152. (31) The Class of 1830; a 
Poem, 1885, pp. 4. Married, 1832, Oct. 3, Ann Maria, daughter of Marmaduke 
and Maria (Ogden) Waud, of Newark, N. J., who died, 1886. March 8. Two 
daughters and one son, Rev. Charles R. Palmer, living; seven children 
deceased. Died of paralysis, 1887, March 29, aged 78 years, 4 months, and 
17 days. 

Pettingkll, John Hancock, son of Rev. Amos and Hannah (Dean) Pettin- 
gell, was born in Manchester, Vt., 1815, May 11. Graduated, Yale College, 
1837 Professor Institute for Deaf and Dumb, New York, 1838-43, and stu- 
dent, Union Theological Seminary, 1841. Ordained, South Dennis, Mass., 
1843, Dec. 6; dismissed, 1848; installed, Centrebrook, in Essex, Ct., 1849, 
April 25; dismissed, 1852, Oct. District Secretary A. B. C. F. M., Albany, 
N. Y., 1853-60; installed, Saxonville, Framingham, Mass., 1860, April 16; 
dismissed, 1863, May 24; installed, Westbrook, Ct., 1863, May 6; dismissed, 
1866, May 1. Seamen's chaplain, Antwerp, Belgium, 1866-72. Without charge, 
New York, 1872-6; Philadelphia, 1876-86 ; New Haven, Ct., after Published: 
(1) Language : its Nature and Functions, 1876, pp. 50. (2) The Homiletical 
Index, 1876, pp. 550. (3) The. Theological Trilemma, 1878, pp. 285. (4) 
Platonism v. Christianity, 1881, pp. 96. (5) Bible Terminology, 1881, pp. 
280. (6) The Life Everlasting. 1882, pp. 600. (7) The Unspeakable Gift, 
1884, pp. 347. (8) Views and Reviews, ^87, pp. 501. The latter contains 
several articles previously issued separately. Married, 1845, April 28, Re- 
becca Sandford, daughter of Frederic and Rebecca (Sand ford) Parker, of 
Falmouth, Mass., who died, 1862, June 28. One son and one daughter. 
Married, 1863, June 17, Jeannie daughter of Edward and Jane Ann (Patten) 
Copeland, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Died of chronic inflammation of stomach, 1887, 
Feb. 27, aged 71 years, 9 months, and 16 days. 

Pierce, William son of John and Lydia (Robinson) Pierce, was born in 
Penobscot, Me., 1810, Aug. 30. Educated at Kent's Hill, Readfleld. Ordained, 
Methodist, 1836, Aug. 1. Installed. Cape Elizabeth, Me., 1842, July 21; dis- 
missed, 1844, Oct. 21; acting pastor, Lyman, until installed, 1845, Sept. 24; 
dismissed, 1848, Nov. 9; acting pastor, Acton, 1850-3; Newfleld, 1853-6; 
Bentonsport, Io. , 1856-60; without charge there, 1860-4 ; West Buxton, Me., 
1864-&0; Hollis, 1880, until death. Married, 1836, June 29, Mary Nusted Sum- 
ner, daughter of John and Mary (Usher) Lane, of Hollis, Me. Of five children. 



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two sons and a daughter are living. Died of blood poisoning, 1887, June 25 r 
aged 76 years, 9 months, and 25 days. 

Pierce, William Gifford, son of William and Polly ' Loveland) Pierce, was 
born in Canaan, Ct., 1816, Nov. 27. Graduated, Wesleyan University, 1842. 
Read law at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; but in 1846, became an iron manufacturer 
in Canaan, and in 184*, Judge of Probate. Established and taught in Canaan 
Academy, 1859-61. Ordained, Kim wood, 111., 1861, Nov. 20; dismissed, 1871, 
July 25; acting pastor. Champaign. 1872, until death. In 1862, he enlisted 
as a private in the Seventy-seventh Illinois Regiment, but was soon appointed 
chaplain. After about eighteen months' service, his health failed, and he 
resigned. Married, 1843, May 1, Jane Elizabeth, daughter of Leonard and 
Arabella (Cook) Adams, of Canaan, who died, 1887 Feb. 19, aged 71 years. 
Of five children, a son and two daughters are living. Died of congestion of 
the lungs, 1887, Sept 30, aged 70 years, 10 months, and 3 days. 

Pinkerton, David, son of David and Susannah (Griffin) Pinkerton, was- 
born in Landaff, N. II., 1813, Nov. 3. Kimball Union Academy. Graduated, 
Dartmouth College, 1841, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1844. Ordained 
by Beloit Convention, 1845, Feb. 13 ; home missionary, Elk Horn and Sugar 
Creek, Wis., 1844-7; Salem and Pine Grove, 1847-51; Somers, 1851-3; Two 
Rivers and vicinity, 1853-7; Oakfleld, 1857-60; without charge, Waupun, 
1860-7; acting pastor, Greencastle, Io., 1868-70; residing in Highland, 
where he continued without charge, 1870-7; Grinnell, 1877-84; Chetopa, 
Kan., 1884, until death. Married, 1845, Oct. 27, Ann, daughter of Alured and 
Sarah (Stevens) Hitchcock, of Galesburg, 111. Of nine children, three sons 
and three daughters are living. Died of softening of the brain, 1886, Dec. 
19, aged 73 years, 1 month, and 16 days. 

Polk Willis Robert, was born in Georgia, 1846, Feb. 1. Graduated, 
Lincoln University. Ordained, 1870. Acting pastor. New Iberia, La , 1880-4 ; 
Fayetteville, Ark., 1884, until death. Twice married, having by first wife four 
children. Married, 1882, June 27, Dolphene Odelia, daughter of Job and 
Tabitha (Parker) Rowell. Two children. Died of dropsy, 1887, July 26, 
aged 41 years, 5 months, and 25 days. 

Post, Truman Marcellus, d. d., son of Martin and Sarah (Hulburd) Post, 
was born in Middlebury. Vt., 1810, June 3. Graduated, Middlebury College, 
1829 ; tutor there. 1829-32. Student at Andover, 1832. Professor of Lan- 
guages and History, Illinois College, 1*33 47. Ordained, Jacksonville, 1840, 
Oct. 8 ; dismissed, 1846 ; acting pastor, 3d Presbyterian church, St. Louis, 
Mo., 1848-51; installed, 1st Congregational church. 1852, March 14; re- 
signed, 1882, Jan., but remained pastor emeritus until death. Received the 
honorary d. d. from his alma mater, 1855. Corporate member, A. B. C. F. M., 
from 1857, and its preacher at Salem. 1871. Director, A. H. M. S., from 
1863-83; and a Vice-President, A. C. U. Lecturer on History, Washington 
University, St. Louis ; on Ecclesiastical History, Chicago Theological Semi- 
nary; and on Congregationalism. Andover Theological Seminary. Trustee, 
Missouri Blind Asylum, and President of the Trustees of Monticello Female 
Seminary. Published: (1) Oration on Study of Classics, Cincinnati, 1834, 
pp. 40. * 2) Fourth of July Oration, 1837. (3) The Heroism of the Democratic 
Ages ; address before Alumni of McKendree College, 1844, pp. 24. (4) Dis- 



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course on the Pilgrim Fathers, 1848, pp. 47. (5) Address at dedication of 
Belief ontaine Cemetery, 1850, pp. 20. (6) Genius ; oration at Middlebury Col- 
lege, 1850, pp. 42. (7) The Voices of History; a lecture, 1851, pp. 71. (8) 
Discourse on the Expediency of forming a Congregational Church, 1852, 
pp. 48. (9) The Mission of Congregationalism at the West; address before 
the American Congregational Union, 1854, pp. 41. (10) Religion and Educa- 
tion ; oration at Iowa College, 1856, pp. 22. (11) The Sceptical Era in Modern 
History, 1856, pp". 264. (12) The Vitality of Christianity; a sermon, 1859. 
(13) Historical Discourse at dedication of church. 1859, pp. 59. (14) Our 
National Union; Thanksgiving sermon, 1860, pp. 20. (15) Falingenesy: 
National Regeneration; address at Washington University, 1864, pp. 17. (16) 
History as a Teacher of Social and Political Science ; address at Springfield, 
1870, pp. 29. (17) Augustine; a sermon, 1871, pp. 14. (18) The Ministrant 
•Church; sermon before A. B. C. F. M., 1871. (19) Our Country as a Factor 
in the Kingdom of Christ; a sermon before the A. H. M. S , 1874. (20) Con- 
gregationalism ; an autobiographical address before the General Association 
of Missouri, 1877. (21) The Second Advent, 1878, pp. 12. (22) Oration: 
Alumni of Middlebury College, 1879, pp. 28. (23) Outlook of the Times; 
A. B. C. F. M. address, 1881, pp. 7. (24) Christian Union consummated by 
bo Infallible Authority in the Church, etc., n. d., pp. 19. (25) Address at 
the Laying of Corner-Stone of the Hammond Library, Chicago, 1882, pp. 7. 
(26) Sermon at the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Congregational Church, 
Jacksonville, 111., 1883, pp. 22. (27) Oration : dedication of Blair monument, 
St. Louis, 1885. Married, 1835, Oct. 5, Frances A. , daughter of Daniel and 
Sarah (Prentiss) Henshaw, of Middlebury, who died, 1873, Nov. 1. Three 
sons and three daughters ; one daughter dead. Died of heart disease, 1886, 
Dec. 31, aged 76 years, 6 months, and 28 days. 

Powell, James, d. d., son of Thomas and Mary (Nelson) Powell, was born 
in Newtown, England. 1843, Dec. 25. Graduated, Dartmouth College, 1&66, and 
Andover Theological Seminary, 1869. Ordained, North church, Newburyport, 
1869, Nov. 24; dismissed, 1873, Feb. 26. District secretary, A. M. A., Chi- 
cago, 111., 1873-83; Assistant and Associate Corresponding Secretary, New 
York, 1883, until death. Received the honorary d. d. from Iowa College, 
1884. Married, 1869, Dec. 22, Ella Josephine, daughter of Joseph Foster 
and Sarah Almeda (Barnes) Andrews, of Nashua, N. H. Two sons and one 
daughter. Died of apoplexy, 1887, Dec. 27, aged 44 years and 2 days. 

Prince, Newell Anderson, son of Paul and Abigail (Reed) Prince, was 
born in Cumberland, Me., 1815, Oct. 4. North Yarmouth Academy. Grad- 
uated, Bowdoin College, 1840, and Bangor Theological Seminary, 1844. Or- 
dained, New Gloucester, Me., 1848, Oct. 17; dismissed, 1850, Nov. 5; acting 
pastor, Milltown, N. B., 1851 ; without charge, Boston, Mass., and Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1852-7. Invented the "Fountain Pen," since widely known by his 
name. Acting pastor, Paterson, N. J., 1857-8; Bethel, Ct., 1859-60; in- 
stalled, Orange, Mass., 1860, Sept. 25; dismissed, 1862; acting pastor, Pres- 
byterian church, Union Springs, N. Y., 1862-4; chaplain Inebriate Asylum, 
Binghamton, N. Y., 1864-5: installed, Simsbury, Ct., 1866, Feb. 27; dis- 
missed, 1869, June 15; without charge, New Haven, 1869-72; installed 
Cornwall, 1872, June 27; dismissed, 1874, May 12; without charge, Hartford, 



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1874-5. Acting pastor, Enfield, Ct., 1875-8; Auburn, Mass., 1879, Nov., to 
18*2, April; Suffield, West, Ct., 1882, Nov., until death. Published : Memoir and 
Select Writings of Rev. William R. Prince (his brother), 1846, pp. 300. Mar- 
ried, 1857, Sept. 10, Mrs. Mary Reed Burnham, daughter of Samuel and 
Mary (Reed) Fisher, of New York. One daughter is living. Died of malarial 
blood poisoning, 1887, April 5, aged 71 years and 6 months. 

Read, Hollis, son of Thomas and Betsey (Merrifield) Read, was born in 
Newfane Vt., 1802, Aug. 26. West Brattleboro Academy. Graduated, 
Williams College, 1826. Teacher, Bennington Academy, 1826-7. I'rinceton 
Theological Seminary, 1827-9, and one term at Andover. Ordained by Pres- 
bytery at Old South Church, Boston, with fourteen classmates, 1829, Sept. 24. 
Missionary, A B. C. F M.. Bombay and A hmedn agar, India, 1830-5. Agent, 
A. B. C. F. M., 1835-7. Acting pastor, Babylon, N. Y., 1837-8. Installed, 
Derby, Ct., 1838, Nov 21; dismissed, 1843, March 5. Agent, American 
Tract Society, 1843-4. Installed, New Preston, Ct.. 1845, Jan. 1 ; dismissed, 
1851. Orange, N J., teacher and agent, Society for Conversion of Jews, 
1851-5. Acting pastor, Crawford, N. J., 1855-64; Elizabeth, agent, Freed- 
men's Relief . Association, and of Lincoln University ; also without charge 
after, and at Bennington, Vt., and Somerville, N. J. Published: (1) Journal 
in India. (2) Babajee, the Christian Brahmin, 1836. (3) The Hand of God 
in History; in two volumes, 184S-52. (4) The Palace of the Great King, 
3855. (5) Commerce and Christianity, 1856. (6) The Coming Crisis, 1858. 
(7) India and its People, 1860. (8) The Negro Problem Solved, 1.^63. (9) 
The Footprints of Satan. 1866. Married, 1830, June 24, Caroline, daughter 
of Aaron and Lucinda (Moody) Hubbell, of Bennington, Vt., who died, 1883, 
Feb 19. An only son is Rev. Edward G. Read, of Somerville, N. J. An only 
daughter, deceased, was for twenty years principal of a Young Ladies' School, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Died in Somerville, N. J., of asthenia, 1887, April 7, aged 
84 years, 7 months, and 11 days. 

Robinson, Harvey Pettibone, son of Benjamin F. and Sarah (Sanford) 
Robinson, was born in Italy, N. Y., 1830, April 4. Canandaigua Academy. 
Oberlin College, two years. Ordained, Valley Falls, Kan., 1860, Oct. 29. 
Acting pastor there, 1860-2; Troy and White Cloud, 1862-5. Teacher, 
Highland, 1865 ; and acting pastor there, 1866-7. Without charge there until 
1881, but supplying there, Mound City, and other churches, some years ; acting 
pastor, Grand Ledge, Mich., 1881-2; Sugar Island, 1883; Irving, 1883-6, and 
without charge there after. Married, 1856, Sept. 27, Martha, daughter of Rev. 
Paul and Asenath (Mack) Shepherd, of Topeka, Kan. One daughter. Died 
of Addison's disease, 1887, May 29, aged 57 years, 1 month, and 25 days. 

Root, James Pierce, son of William Shepard and Maria (Metcalf ) Root, 
was born in Tompkinsville, N. Y., 1829, March 19. Staten Island Institute, 
and Duchess County Academy. Six years in Wiley & Putnam's book-store. 
Graduated, Union Theological Seminary, 1855. Ordained at Plymouth Church, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1856, April 16; acting pastor, College Point, N. Y., 1855-6. 
Secretary, Children's Aid Society, Brooklyn, 1857; acting pastor, North 
Walton, N. Y., 1857-60; North Woodstock, Ct., 1861; Elm wood, Providence, 
R. I., 1861-6; Perry Centre, N. Y., 1866-76; Cranston, R. I., 1876-9. Agent, 
A. B. S., for Rhode Island, 1879 until death. Published: (1) Root Genea- 



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logical Records, 1870, pp. 533. (2) Crawfordiana, 1884, pp. 180. (3) The 
Fenner Family; Nos. 1 and 2, 1886, pp. 62. And he left in hands of printer 
the Steere Family. Married, 18^8, Nov. 9, Eliza C, daughter of Thomas and 
Dency (Tiffany) Marvin, of Walton. Five daughters, two of whom have re- 
cently gone to India as missionaries of the A. B. C F. M. Died of general 
debility, 1887, Dec. 26, aged 58 years, 9 months, and 7 days. 

Smith, Charles, son of Charles and Orithea (Morton) Smith, ,was born in 
Hatfield, Mass., 1818, Aug. 10. Amherst Academy. Graduated, Amherst 
College, 1841, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1845. Member Yale Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1843-4. Teacher, Richmond, Va., 1841-2. Ordained, Warren, 
1847, Oct. 12; dismissed, 1852, May 3; installed, South church, Andover, 1852, 
Oct. 28 ; dismissed, 1853, Nov. 28 ; installed, Shawmut church, Boston, 1853, 
Dec. 8 ; dismissed, 1858, Nov. 8 ; acting pastor, Oak Place church, Boston, 
1860-1; installed, South church. Andover, 1861, Dec. 18; dismissed, 1876, 
April 20 ; without charge there, until death. Representative from Andover, 
in the Legislature, 1882-3-5-7. Published: (1) Thanksgiving Sermon, 1865, 
pp. 20. (2) Sermon : Life and Character of Hon. John Aiken, 1867, pp. 20. 
(3) Sermon: We Spend our Years as a Tale that is Told, 1871, pp 17. A 
Sketch of Andover for a new History of Essex County was almost completed, 
when his sudden death came. Married, 1849, Dec. 6, Caroline Louisa, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Joseph E. and Sarah Leonard (Bartlctt) Sprague, of Salem, Mass. 
Three children Died of acute peritonitis, 1887, Oct. 29, aged 69 years, 2 
months, and 19 days. 

Smith, James William, m. d., son of Philander and Clarissa (Holly) Smith, 
was born in Stamford, Ct., 1810, July 8. Fitted for college with Hawley 
Olmsted, of Wilton, but, on medical advice, did not take a college course. 
Graduated, New York Medical College, and joined the Mission of the 
A. B. C. F. M., at Hawaii, 1842; stationed at Koloa or Kanai, 1844, and there 
remained until death. Ordained pastor of Koloa church, 1854, July 26. Mar- 
ried, 1842, April 18, Millicent, daughter of Jared and Mary Knapp of Green- 
wich, Ct. Seven, of nine children, are living, three sons and four daughters. 
Died, 1887, Dec 1, aged 77 years, 4 months, and 23 days. 

Stearns, Josiah Howe, d. d., son of Deacon William and Abigail Richard 
(Howe) Stearns, was born in Epping, N. H., 1812, Oct. 1. Graduated, Dart- 
mouth College, 1840, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1843. Ordained, 
Dennysville. Me., 1844, Nov. 6; dismissed, 1857, April 28; acting pastor, 
Epping, N. H., after, until death. Received the honorary degree from his 
alma mater, 1884. Married, 1844, Sept. 13, Eliza, daughter of John and Lydla 
Cushing (Wilder) Kilby, of Dennysville, who died, 1855, Sept. 6. A daughter 
living ; a son died in infancy. Died of prostration and heart trouble, 1887, 
March 21, aged 74 years, 5 months, and 20 days. 

Stone, Richard Cecil, son of Rufus and Sarah (Lewis) Stone, was born 
in Scituate, R. L, 1798, July 18. Plainfield Academy. Farmer, Charlton, 
Mass., 1820-8; founder of a high school, Oxford, and principal, 1828-34. 
Ordained, Unitarian, West Bridgewater, 1834, July 20 ; dismissed, 1842. In- 
stalled, Sherborn, Mass., 1842, Sept. 28; dismissed, 1855; supplying also 
during same time briefly in Chelmsford and Boston, and at Manchester, N. H., 
a short time, from 1855. Some years after in business, St. Louis, Mo., where 



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he united with the Congregational church. Acting pastor, Bunker Hill, 111., 
1868-80; without charge there, 1880-4; Bloomington, after, until death. 
Published: (1) Genealogy of the Stone Family, 1866, pp. 193. (2) Life Inci- 
dents ; autobiographical, 1874, pp. 352. (3) Poems, 1876, pp. 235. Married, 
1817, Sept. 28, Alma, daughter of Henry and Lydia (Blackmar) Stone, of 
Scituate, R. I., who died, 1885, July 23. Nine children ; five are living. Died 
of old age, 1887, April 8, aged 88 years, 8 months, and 20 days. 

Street, Owen, d. d., son of Nicholas and Betsey (Morris) Street, and 
grandson of Rev. Nicholas Street, was born in East Haven, Ct., 1815, Sept. 8. 
Graduated, Yale College, 1837. Teacher, Clinton, Ct., 1838, and student in 
Yale Theological Seminary, 1839-41. Ordained, Jamestown, N. Y., 1842, Feb. 
3; dismissed, 1851, Jan. 7; acting pastor, Woodbridge and North Haven, Ct., 
1851-2; installed, Ansonia, in Derby, 1852, Sept. 1; dismissed, 1857, May; 
installed, High Street church, Lowell, Mass., 1857, Sept. 16, and died in 
office. Received the honorary d. d. from his alma mater, and from Bates 
College, 1882. A posthumous volume, 4 *The Dream and the Awaking, with 
other Sermons," has been published. Married, 1841, Nov. 29, Eliza M., 
daughter of Jonah Rutty, and widow of Asa M. Bolles, of Clinton, Ct., who 
died, May 30, and they are buried in one grave. One daughter, who is the 
wife of Rev. George S. Dickerman. A son died in infancy. Died of heart 
disease, 1887, May 27, aged 71 years, 8 months, and 19 days. 

Sturges, Albert Anderson, son of Isaac and Sarah Sturges, was born in 
Granville, 0., 1819, Nov. 5. Graduated, Wabash College, 1848, and Yale 
Theological Seminary, 1851. Ordained, Denmark, Io., 1851, Nov. 1. Mis- 
sionary, A. B. C. F. M., 1851-85, visiting America, 1870-1, and 1881-2. and 
residing at Oakland, Cal., 1885, Dec, until death. Published: The New 
Testament in the Ponape Dialect. Also, school books, hymns, and leaflets, in 
same language. Married, 1851, Dec. 26. Susan Mary, daughter of Thomas M. 
and Joanna W. (Thompson) Kean, of Granville. A son and daughter, each, 
living and dead. Died of paralysis, '1887, Sept. 3, aged 67 years, 9 months, 
and 28 days. 

Sturges, Thomas Benedict, son of Joseph Porter and Laura (Benedict) 
Sturges, was born in Bridgeport, Ct., 1810, May 9. Graduated, Yale College, 
1835; Andover Theological Seminary, 1835-6; Yale Theological Seminary, 
1836-8. Acting pastor, Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 1841-2. Ordained, Green- 
field Hill, Fairfield, Ct., 1842, June 8; dismissed, 1867, June 4; without 
charge there until death. Married, 1841, Aug. 16, Hannah W., daughter of 
Chauncey and Anne (Pratt) Baker, of Sackett's Harbor. Three sons and two 
daughters living; one died young. Died of paralysis of the brain, 1887, 
May 8, aged 77 years. 

Turner, William Wolcott, son of Jabez and Rebecca (Wolcott) Turner, 
was born in Great Barrington, Mass.. 1800, Jan. 1. Graduated, Yale College, 
1819. Teacher, Wethersfleld, Ct., 1819-21; Deaf and Dumb Asylum. Hart- 
ford, 1821-63, being its principal from 1853. Studied theology with Rev. 
Joel Hawes, d. d. Ordained, 1828, July 1. Married, 1823, Jan. 1, Maria, 
daughter of Zaccheus and Sarah (Stanton) Peaslee, of Burlington, Vt. Of six 
children, a son and two daughters are living. Died of old age, 1887, July 11, 
aged 87 years, 6 months, and 10 days. 



42 CONGREGATIONAL TEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

Underwood, Almon, son of Neheuiiah and Polly (Shaw) Underwood, was 
born in Monson, Mass., 1809, May 15. Monson Academy. Amherst College, 
1827-9. Graduated, Union College, 1830. Theological study with Rev. N. S. S. 
Beman, d. d., Troy, N. Y. Ordained, in New York, as pastor at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., 1837, Dec. 6 ; dismissed, 1844, March ; pastor Free Presbyterian, now First 
Congregational church, Newark, N. J., 1844, March — , 1850 ; evangelist, after, 
residing at Newark, 1850-9; Irvington, 1859, until death. Published: (1) 
Millennial Experience, 1860, pp. 379; republished as God's Will Known, 1884. 
(2) Future Punishment, 1878, pp. 204. (3^ The Rest that Remains, 1887. pp. 
262, and Sermons. (4) Independence of the Ministry. (5) On the death of 
Torrey. (6) The Baptism of the Holy Ghost. (7) The Sealing of the Spirit. 
The last two were widely circulated as tracts. Married, 1834, Dec. 18, Hen- 
rietta, daughter of Judge Henry P. Piatt, of Stephentown, N. Y., who died, 

1843, May 24, leaving one daughter and a son, Rev. Henry Beman. Married, 

1844, Oct. 23, Elizabeth, daughter of Rufus and Susan (Campbell) Scofleld, 
of Poughkeepsie, who died, 1881, March 7, leaving a daughter and two sons, 
one of whom is Rev. Rufus S. Died of heart disease, 1887, June 10, aged 
78 years and 25 days. 

Wakefield, William, son of William and Sarah (Parker) Wakefield, was 
born in Reading, Mass., 1812, Dec. 5. Derry, N. H., Academy. Graduated, 
Amherst College, 1839, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1845. Ordained, 
MacConnellsville, O., 1846, June 17; dismissed, 1852; acting pastor, Madison, 
1852-5; Harmar, 1855-72; La Harpe, 111., 1873-80. Bible agent, Peoria, 
1880-6; without charge, Sheffield, Mass., after. Married, 1841, Aug. 3, 
Mary Burns, daughter of Peter and Mary (Burns) Flint, of North Reading, 
Mass., who died, 1842, May 7. A son died in infancy. Married, 1845, Oct. 13, 
Clarissa, daughter of Stephen and Mary (Pierce) Tolman, of Dorchester, 
Mass. Of five children, a son and a daughter are deceased ; a son and two 
daughters are living. Died of heart disease, 1887, Oct. 24, aged 74 years, 10 
months, and 19 days. • 

Walker, James Barr, son of James and Margaret (Barr) Walker, was 
born in Philadelphia, Pa., 1805, July 29. Some time in a newspaper office, 
and studied law at Ravenna, O. .Western Reserve College, academic, col- 
lege, and theological departments. Ordained, by Presbytery, pastor of the 
First Congregational church, Akron, O., 1837, Sept. 21. If he was ever dis- 
missed, the record is lost, as the church soon ceased to exist. Editor and 
evangelist, Cincinnati, O., 1839-42, preaching one year at New Richmond; 
acting pastor, Mansfield, 1842-6, and 1850-7; Third Presbyterian church, 
Chicago, 111., 1846-50; Sandusky, O., 1857-61; Benzonia, Mich., 1861-71. 
President of Grand Traverse College, and acting pastor a part of the time; 
acting pastor, Wheaton, 111., 1871-6; also, Professor Intellectual and Moral 
Philosophy, Wheaton College, and President's assistant. Without charge 
there, 1876, until death. Published : (1) Philosophy of the Plan of Salvation, 
Boston, 1855, pp. 286 ; revised edition, 1868. (2) God Revealed in Creation 
and in Christ, 1855, pp. 273. (3) Living Questions of the Age, 1869, pp. 297. 
(4) The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit, 1869, pp. 255. (5) The Immortality and 
Worth of the Soul, and other poems, 1871, pp. 211 (6) Pioneer Life in the 
West: an Autobiography, 1881, pp. 310. Married, 1833, June 6, Rebecca 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS. 43 

Howard, daughter of Thomas and Mary Randall, of Bridgewater, Mass. , who 
died, 1875, Aug. 29, aged 67. Married, 1876, April 3, Mrs. Mary A., daughter 
of George and Sophia (Adams) Myrtle, of Norwalk, O., and widow of Capt. 
George Weamer. Died of bronchial consumption, 1887, March 6, aged 81 
years, 7 months, and 7 days. 

Watson, Charles Poole, son of John and Sally (Poole) Watson, was born 
in Martin, Lincolnshire, England, 1824, May 29. Bainbridge Academy, Lin- 
coln and Hull Academy. Principal College St. Academy, Montreal, 1847-54, 
and Bellevue Academy, London, Ont., 1854-63. Ordained, 1857, Sept. In- 
stalled, London, 1859, Nov.; dismissed, 1864, Nov. Y. M. C. A., missionary, 
Montreal, 1864-6. Installed, Cowansville, 1866, May 1; dismissed, 1876; 
acting pastor, Sheldon and Franklin, Vt., 1876-82; Wabasha, Minn., 1882; 
Tracy, 1883; Sleepy Eye, 1884-6; without charge, Greeley, Col., 1886, until 
death. Published: a Thanksgiving Anthem, 1865. Married, 1849, Dec. 27, 
Jane Ann, daughter of Charles and Janet (Edgar) Campbell, of Edinburgh, 
Scotland, who died, 1874, Feb. 2. Married, 1875, June 3, Isabella, daughter 
of John and Sarah (Wilson) Massie. of Pennan, Scotland, who died, 1881, 
April 7. Died of apoplexy, 1887, Feb. 19, aged 62 years, 8 months, and 20 
days. 

Webb, Wilson Dewitt, son of Charles and Lucy (Manley) Webb, was 
born in Smithport, Pa., 1823, Sept. 15. High School, Middlebury, 0. Studied 
theology with Rev. George Schlosser, Akron, O. Ordained, Bethlehem, O., 
1848, July 4, German Reformed; acting pastor, Congregational church, 
Seville; and German Reformed church, Jefferson, 1849-50; Fredericktown, 
1851-3; Plainfield, 111., 1854-9; Henry, 1859-60; Bristol, 1860-61; Lyndon, 
1863-8; Areola, 1868-9; Brodhead, . Wis. , 1869-70; installed, Rosendale, 
1870, Nov. ; dismissed, 1874, April ; acting pastor, Sheboygan, 1874-5 ; 
Shopiere, 1875-9; White City, Kan., 1879, until death. Married, 1848, Sept. 
28, Lois, daughter of John and Barbara (Boughman) Schilling, of Massillon, 
O One adopted daughter. Died of paralysis, 1887, Dec. 1, aged 64 years, 
2 months, and 16 days. 

Weldon, Salmon Riego, son of Jonathan and Mary (Davis) Weldon, was 
borninKeene, N. H., 1823, Dec. 3. Jubilee College, 111., 1845-7. Graduated 
in theology, at Gambier College, O., 1866. Ordained, Episcopalian, in 
Chicago, HI., 1860, June 17. Rector, Freeport, 1860-7; Put-in-Bay, O., 
1867-72, where, with his church, he withdrew from the Episcopal church ; 
without charge, after, Santa Barbara, CaL, becoming a Congregationalist in 
1878. Published: (1) A Thanksgiving Sermon, 1864, pp. 8. (2) Sermon on 
the Murder of Theodore Glancy. Married, 1853, Jan. 1, Hannah Loraine, 
daughter of Alonzo and Mercy (Humphrey) Gorham, of Winnebago, 111. Of 
four children, a son and daughter, each, are living and deceased. Died of 
exhaustion, resulting from an accidental injury, 1887, May 31, aged 63 years, 
5 months, and 28 days. 

Weller, John Quincy Adams, son of Daniel and Susan (Shockey) Wel- 
ler, was born in Somerset County, Pa., 1838, March 23. Ordained, New 
Salem, Pa., 1859, March 23, and preached in Virginia Pennsylvania, Ohio, and 
Kansas, until he became a Congregationalist, in 1879. Acting pastor, Buffalo 
Park, after, until death. Married, 1864, March 31, Addie E., daughter of Ber- 



44 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

nard and Elizabeth (Harold) Martin. Two children. Died of typhoid ma- 
laria, 1887, Sept. 2, aged 49 years. 5 months, and 9 days. 

Wetherby, Charles, son of Charles T. and Nancy (Hyde) Wetherby, was 
born in Walpole, N. H., 1832, June 10. Kimball Union Academy. Graduated, 
Middlebury College, 1856. Teacher, Lowell, O., Union Theological Seminary, 
1858-9. Ordained, North Cornwall, Ct., 1859, Sept. 1 ; dismissed, 1866, June 
13; installed, West Winsted, 1866, June 14; dismissed, 1871, Oct. 18; in- 
stalled, Pearl Street church, Nashua, N. H., 1871, Dec. 7; dismissed, 1879, 
March 25; installed, Clinton, Mass., 1879, April 30; dismissed. 1884, 
July 16 ; installed, Milf ord, 1885, June 17, and died in office. Married, 1856, 
Aug. 19, Cornelia Antoinette, daughter of Myron and Olive (Benedict 7 
Chapin. Of three children, two are living. Died of heart disease, 18 s7, 
May 29, aged 54 years, 11 months, and 19 days. 

Whittlesey, Joseph, son of Joseph and Polly (Camp) Whittlesey, was 
born in New Preston, Washington, Ct., 1797, Dec. 8. Graduated, Yale Col- 
lege, 1825, and Theological Seminary, 1829. Ordained, Stonington, Ct., 1830, 
May 27; dismissed, 1832, Dec. 4; installed, Haverhill, Mass., Centre church, 
1833, Aug. 28; dismissed, 1838, April 18; installed, Berlin. Ct., 1838, May 8; 
dismissed, 1841, Aug. 9 ; without charge there until death. Married, 1831, 
Oct. 10, Maria A , daughter of Ezra and Wealthy (Arnold) Chappel, of New 
London, Ct., who died, 1846, Nov. 10. Of four sons, one died in hospital 
during the war. Married, 1849, May 22, Sarah Maria, daughter of Eliada and 
Abigail (Whittlesey) Peck, of Litchfield. Died of old age, 1887, Jan. 29, aged 
89 years, 10 months, and 21 days. 

Willard, Samuel George, son of Dr. Davfid and Abby (Gregory) Willard, 
was born in Wilton, Ct., 1819, Nov. 8. Graduated, Yale College. 1846. and 
Theological Seminary, 1849. Ordained, Willimantic, Ct., 1849, Nov. 8; dis- 
missed, 1868, Sept. 8. Installed, Colchester, 1868, Sept. 23, and died in office. 
Fellow of Yale College from 1867, and twelve years a member of its Pru- 
dential Committee. Representative from Willimantic in the legislature, 
1866 Trustee, and many years Secretary of the Board of the General Hos- 
pital for the Insane ; director at large of the Missionary Society of Connecti- 
cut; and trustee of the Fund for Ministers, 1864-85. Published: (1) Funeral 
Sermon of Rev. George I. Stearns, Windham, 1862. (2) Address at funeral 
of Mrs. Melinda B. Cushman, 1863. (3) Funeral Sermon of Rev. George 
Soule. Hampton, 1867. (4) Record of the Yale Class of 1846, 1871. (5) 
Memorial Sermon, 31 Dec, 1871. (6) Historical Address: One Hundred and 
Fiftieth Anniversary of Church in Wilton, 1876. (7) Funeral Sermon of Dr. 
Frederic Morgan, 1877. (8) In Memoriam; Rev. E. H Pratt, 1879. Also 
many important annual reports. Married, 1849, Nov. 14, Mary A., daughter 
of Samuel P. and Sally (Hyatt) Randle, of Wilton, Ct., who died. 1853, May 15. 
Married, 1854, March 20, Mrs. Cynthia Barrows Witter, daughter of Daniel 
and Abigail (Freeman) Barrows, of Mansfield One son and two daughters. 
Died of valvular disease of the heart, 1887, June 12, aged 67 years, 7 months, 
and 4 days. 

Wood, William, son of Eli and Lucy (Rice) Wood, was born in Henniker, 
N. H , 1818, Dec. 2. Henniker Academy. Graduated, Dartmouth College, 
1842, and Union Theological Seminary, 1847. Teacher, South Weare, N. H., 



1888.] VITAL STATISTICS. 45 

1842 ; Peru, N. Y., 1843. Ordained, 1847, July 8. Missionary, A. B. C. F. M., 
Western India, stationed at Satara, 1847-7*>,visiting the United States, l>*62-4; 
without charge, North Branford, Ct., 1872, until death. Married, 1847, July 
11, Lucy Maria, daughter, of Curtis and Lucy (Merriam) Lawrence, of Groton, 
Mass., who died, 1851, Aug. 13. Two sons, since deceased. Married, 1856, 
July 24. Eliza Maria, daughter of William P. and Eunice Elizabeth (Curtis) 
Howard, of Pittsfield, Mass., who died, 1*59. Nov. 18. One son, deceased. 
Married, 1865, April 10, Elizabeth Woodhull, daughter of Joseph and Harmony 
(Squires) Penny, of Greenport. N. Y. Died of mental depression, at Hartford, 
1887, Feb. 22, aged 68 years, 2 months, and 20 days. 

Wright, William, son of Nymphas and Hannah (Daniels) Wright, was 
born in Middle Haddam, Chatham, Ct., 1808, Nov. 8. Preparatory study at 
Monson Academy and Colchester, Ct. Graduated, Yale College, 1835, and 
Theological Seminary, 1838. Ordained, Jewett City, Ct., 1838, Nov. 8; dis- 
missed, 1842, April 28; acting pastor, Scotland, Windham, 1842-3 ; installed, 
Plainville. 1843, Nov. 8; dismissed, 1*51, Sept.; installed, Chicopee Falls, 
Mass., 1852, Feb. 25; dismissed, 1854, July 31; installed, Wapping, South 
Windsor, Ct., 1854, Aug. 6; dismissed 1865, May I: acting pastor, West 
Suffleld, 1866-9; without charge, Middletown, after, until death. Married, 
1838, Aug. 13, Julia Elizabeth, daughter of Waldo and Freelove (Dumont) 
Carey, of Willimantic, Windham, Ct. Of five children, one daughter is living. 
Died of apoplexy, 1887, June 26, aged 78 years, 7 months, and 18 days. 



46 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



SUMMARIES. 

DISEASE OR CAUSE OF DEATH. 

A ccident, 1 ; Addison '■ disease, 1 ; apoplexy, 3 ; asthenia, 1 ; bladder, inflammation , 
1, — ntone in, 1; blood poison, 1; bowels, diseases of, 3; brain disease, 1, — softening of, 
3; Bright's disease, 1; bronchitis, 1; consumption, 3, — bronchial, 2; debility, 1; diar- 
rhoea, 1; dropsy, 3; dysentery, 1, —typhoid, 1; epilepsy, 1 ; exhaustion, 1; gastritis, 1, 
— gastrohepatitis, 1 ; heart disease, 10, — valvular, 1, — dropsy of, 2, — neuralgia of, 
1, — p iralysis of, 1; kidney disease, 1; liver disease, 2; lungs, congestion of, 1 ; malaria, 
1; malarial fever, 1; melancholia, 2; nervous prostration, 2; old age, 12; paralysis, 8; 
peritonitis, 1 ; phthisis, 1; pneumonia, 4; spinal injury, 2; stomach, inflammation of, 
1 ; typhoid fever, 1 ; unknown, 2. 

TABULAR VIEW, 1875-1887. 
I. Number, Age, and Service. 



Year. 



1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 



Whole No. 
of Deaths.' 



Average Age. 



63 
68 
60 
56 
74 
82 
85 
60 
78 
79 
80 
90 
91 



62 years, 8 months, 11 days. 



Average Length of Service. 



966 



66 
65 
67 
68 
67 
67 
64 
64 
70 
67 
69 
67 



5 
11 



11 
2 
9 
6 

6 
6 



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26 
11 
15 

1 
15 
12 
11 
25 


21 
12 
19 



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u 
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«i 
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n 
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67 years, months, 25 days. 



31 years, 7 months, 7 days. 
35 '• 8 " 14 " 



36 
36 
39 
33 
36 
34 
33 
39 
35 
37 
36 



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2 

8 



3 

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11 

10 

10 

2 

7 



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41 
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8 
11 
22 
11 

13 
11 
11 
22 
20 
11 



44 

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44 
it 
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35 years, 11 months, 24 days. 



II. Age, bt Decades. 



Year. 



1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1S86 
1887 



Over 
90. 




1 





5 




81-90. 



5 
11 
11 

9 
16 

8 

11 

10 

13 
o> 

w » 

12 
17 
15 



71-80. 



22 
24 
23 
18 
21 
16 
30 
14 
19 
24 
32 
26 
32 



61-70. 



13 
15 

9 
15 
16 
32 
19 
12 
16 
10 

9 
15 
19 



51-60. 



5 
5 
9 
3 
7 
6 
9 

10 
3 

13 
9 

14 

10 



41-50. 



8 
7 
2 
5 

10 
9 
9 
5 

13 
4 
4 
7 
9 



31-40. 



6 
4 
5 
6 
1 
7 
4 
6 
8 
3 
7 
5 
5 



Under 
31. 



4 
1 
1 

2 
3 
1 
2 
2 



1 
4 

I 



Un- 
known. 









1 

2 


1 




Total 



16 



161 



301 



200 



103 



92 



67 



23 



1888.] 



VITAL STATISTICS. 



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1 


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1875 

187H 

1877 

1878 

1B79. ... 

1880 

1881. ... 

■884 

1885 .... 
1886 


4 
9 
9 
7 
3 

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12 

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4 

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4 
1 



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1 
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8 

4 


6 
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B 
3 

6 
6 
3 
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64 


10 
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7 

10 
13 
7 

IB 
12 
16 

147 


12 

17 
29 
26 
20 
13 
20 
24 
22 
24 
21 


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101 


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32 


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115 


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27 


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271 


S3 


61 


273 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [18«8. 

V. Place of Bjuth and Death. 





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Maine. Mass. 


N. H. 


R. I. 


Vt. 


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201 


220 


108' 53 


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106 


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58 
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123 


167 


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20 


9 


2 


15 


30 


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Note. — Tbe limitations of the tables do not in all canes admit exactness. In the 
table of theological education, students who did not graduate are counted, and wlib- 
out distinction ttnm graduates; but a name occurring in more than one seminary list 
in not repeated ; ancf in the college lists, a few students who were not alumni »re 
counted with the graduates, 

Tbe editor renews his earnest request to friends and to the secretaries of the State 
bodies for prompt information of the death of Con 






Obitu ir 



1888.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 49 



THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 



AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN 

MISSIONS. 

Founded in 1810. 

President. — Richard S. Storrs, d. d., ll. d., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Vice-President. — Eliphalet W. Blatchford, Esq., Chicago, 111. 
Corresponding Secretaries. — N. George Clark, d. d. ; Edmund K. Alden, d. d. ; 

Judson Smith, d. d. 
Field Secretary. — Charles C. Creegan, d. d. 
Treasurer. — Langdon S. Ward. 

Editor of Missionary Herald. — Elnath an E. Strong, d. d. 
Publishing and Purchasing Agent. — Charles E. Swett. 

P. O. Address of the above, 1 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 
DistHct Secretaries. — William Kincaid, d. d., 39 Bible House, New York City. 

Simon J. Humphrey, d. d., 151 Washington Bd., Chicago, 111. 

The American Board, the oldest Foreign Missionary Society in the United States, 
was formed at Bradford, Mass., June 29, 1810, and held its first meeting at Farming- 
ton, Conn., Sept. 5 of the same year. Its mission fields now occupied are Northern 
and Western Mexico; the Hawaiian and Micronesian Islands of the Pacific; Northern 
and Southern Japan; Northern China; Shanse in Northwestern China; Foochow 
and Hong Kong iu Southern China; Ceylon; Madura in Southern India; the Marathi 
field in Western India, including the important centres of Bombay and Ahmednagar ; 
East Central Africa; the Zulus of Southern Africa; West Central Africa; Eastern 
Turkey, from Mosul to Erzroom, including Mardin, Bitlis, Van, and the educational 
centre, Harpoot; Central Turkey, including the important cities of Aintab, Adana, 
and Marash ; Western Turkey, from Trebizond to Constantinople, including Marsovan, 
Sivas, Cesarea, Smyrna, Broosa, Nicomedia, and Adabazar; European Turkey, from 
Constantinople to Samokov in Bulgaria, including Monastir in Macedonia and 
Philip popolis in East Roumelia; Austria, emphasizing the Bohemian work in 
Prague; and Northern aud Northwestern Spain, this work centring in San Sebastian, 
on the Bay of Biscay, and in Zaragoza, in the Province of Aragon. 

This wide-extended work embraces direct evangelistic effort through missionaries 
and native helpers; an immense educational trust, extending from the primary school 
to the college and theological seminary; Suuday-school instruction; the preparation, 
publication, and circulation, in different langnages, of books, tracts, and newspapers; 
assistance in the erection of buildings for churches and schools; grants in aid to feeble 
churches and to native home-missionary societies; the humane service of missionary 
physicians, sometimes in the care of large dispensaries and hospitals; also charitable 
ministry, continuous and varied, to the sick, the poor, and the oppressed. 

Pastors, in presenting the foreign work to their churches, are desired to emphasize 
this fact, — that these several departments of labor on the foreign field are carried on 
under one administration, and that contributions, therefore, should be proportionately 
•enlarged. If one half of the benevolent contributions of the churches should be given 
to this broad work of reaching the unevangelized millions of other lands, it would 
probably not be too large a proportion. 

The Woman's Boards, which co-operate with the American Board, are doing a royal 
service, not only securing — mainly from the women of the churches — large contribu- 
tions, — the annual average of which, during recent years, has been over $130,000, — 
but also educating and training children and young people to an intelligent interest 
in missionary work. These Boards can be addressed at No. 1 Congregational House, 
Boston, at 53 Dearborn Street, Chicago, and at 901 Sutter Street, San Francisco. 

The latest statistics of the American Board report 22 missions, 980 stations and out- 
stations, 461 missionaries and assistant missionaries, 2,037 native laborers, 325 churches, 
with over 28,000 members, — nearly 3,000 of these received on confession of faith 
during the past year, — 98 high schools and seminaries for young men and young 
women, with nearly 6,000 students, and a total of over 41,000 children and youth 
under Christian instruction. The appropriations for 1888 already amount to over 
$600,000, and it is desirable that the receipts for this year should reach, if possible, 
$770,000, — a thank-offering of $10,000 for each of the 77 years of our history. An 
average advance in donations of about fifty per cent will secure this honorable 



50 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888* 

record. Attention is called to the Missionary Herald, the Mission Day spring, and 
Life and Light; also to the American Board Almanac and to the Children 'a 
Morning Star Mission, a special for Sunday schools. Our main instrumental 
reliance is upon the pastors of churches, themselves full of missionary information 
and zeal. 



SUMMARY OF THE REPORT OF TREASURER OF THE A. B. C. F. M* 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING AUGUST 31, 1887. 

EXPENDITURES. 
Cost of Missions. 

Mission to West Central Africa $14,711 21 

Mission to East Central Africa 3,427 09 

Zulu Mission 26,138 39 

Mission to European Turkey 30,108 44 

Mission to Western Turkey 102,901 75 

Mission to Central Turkey 28,291 38 

Mission to Eastern Turkey 45,196 24 

Marathi Mission 42,766 70 

Madura Mission ' 50,137 62 

Ceylon Mission../ 11,946 59 

Foochow Mission.' . . . . v .jr. 19,416 20 

Hong Kong Mission..'. .'*.... ^ 395 51 

North China Mission /?.■ 62,845 21 

Shanse Mission 9,404 51 

Mission to Japan 103,322 19 

Northern Japan Mission 10,715 15 

Sandwich Islands (grants to former missionaries and to schools), 11,241 10 

Micronesia Mission 28,808 87 

Mission to Western Mexico 7,314 98 

Mission to Northern Mexico 10,977 68 

Mission to Spain 14,414 01 

Mission to Austria 9,176 89 

$642,657 7t 

Cost of Agencies 9,900 8£ 

Cost of Publications 2,600 73. 

Cost of Administration. 

Department of Correspondence $11,052 52 

Treasurer's Department 6,616 43 

New York City 1,530 02 

Miscellaneous Items (including care of " Missionary Roems," 
repairs, coal, gas, postage, stationery, copying and printing, 

library, etc.) 5,018 60 

24,217 5T 

$679,376 9a 
Balance on band August 31, 1887 1,577 13 

Total $680,954 0a 



RECEIPTS. 



Donations, as acknowledged in the Missionary Herald $366,958 40 

Legacies, as acknowledged in the Missionary Herald 98,414 59 

From the Legacy of Asa Otis 48,808 31 

From the Legacy of S. W. Swett 154,319 96 

Interest on General Permanent Fund 11,071 28 

$679,572 H 

Balance on hand September 1, 1886 1,381 49 

$680,95403 



1888.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 51 



LEGACY OF ASA OTIS> NEW LONDON, CONN. 

In accordance with the action of the Board at its Annual Meeting in 1879 (see 
Aunual Report, p. xi), the remainder of this legacy is set apart for new Missions. 

Balance of securities remaining in the Treasurer's hands Sep- 
tember 1, 1886, at par $226,361 99 

Appraised value of same $271,668 50 

Received for Premiums on Sales 280 00 

Received for Dividends and Interest 18,031 60 

$244,673 59 

Expended for new Missions 48,808 31 

Balance August 31, 1887 $195,865 28 

Appraised value of Securities now held $236,788 00 



LEGACY OF SAMUEL W. SWETT, BOSTON. 

In accordance with the action of the Board at its Annual Meeting in 1884 (see 
Annual Report, p. iz), this legacy is "set apart to meet special calls for a brief 
period of years, in the evangelistic and educational departments of our missionary 
work abroad, emphasis being placed upon the present emergency in Japan and upon 
the great opportunity in China." 

Balance of the Legacy, August 31, 1886 $336,160 34 

Received from the Executors during the year 4,550 00 

Received for Premiums on Sales 18,252 57 

Received for Dividends and Interest 18,487 02 

$377,449 93 

Expended during the year ending August 31, 1887, and included in the 

foregoing statement of " Cost of the Missions " 154,319 96 

Balance of Legacy, August 31, 1887 , , , $223,129 97 



PERMANENT FUNDS OF THE BOARD. 

GENERAL PERMANENT FUND. 

Amount of the General Permanent Fund, September 1, 1886 $214,887 42 

Added during the year 500 00 

$215,387 42 

PERMANENT FUND FOR OFFICERS. 

The Permanent Fund for Officers amounts as last year to $59,608 00 

The Income of the Fund for Officers, applied to salaries, was 3,907 67 



HOLLIS MOORE MEMORIAL TRUST. 
This Fund received in April, 1886, from E. K. Alden, d. d $5,000 00 



MISSION SCHOLARSHIP. 

The balance of this Fund, September 1, 1886, was $2,100 00 

Added from Legacy of Dr. Hugh Miller, Helensburgh, Scotland 1,645 63 

$3,745 63 



C. MERRIAM FEMALE SCHOLARSHIP. 
This Fund amounts, as last year to $3,000 00 



LANGDON S. WARD, Treasurer. 
Botton, Mass,, October 1, 18S7. 



52 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 



AMERICAN COLLEGE AND EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

Formed by the union, in 1874, of the " American Education Society," and the 
" Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education." The Ameri- 
can Education Society was organized and received its charter from Massachusetts in 
the year 1816. The College Society, as the other organization was popularly called, 
was formed in 1843. It was for years a voluntary association without a charter. In 
1872 it received a charter also from the State of Massachusetts. These two organiza- 
tions were brought together under a new charter from the same State in May, 1874. 

Officers, 1886-7. (Office, No. 10 Congregational House, Boston, Mass.) 

Presv lent. — Hon. Nathaniel Shipman, of Hartford, Ct. 

Vice-President. — Samuel Holmes, New York City. 

Secretary. — Rev. John A. Hamilton, Boston. 

Treasurer. — James M. Gordon, Boston. 

Assistant Treasurer. — Rev. A. H. Clapp, d. d., Bible House, New York. 

Income for the year ending April 30, 1887, $57,994.31. Of the whole income 
$27,370.66 was contributed for colleges and paid to them. The .sum of $19,042 was 
paid to students fitting for the ministry. The expenses were $5,605.36, leaving a 
balance of credit, $2,010.91. 

In both departments the Society has had a large agency in the formation of society 
throughout the great West. The men who were pioneers in the work of preaching 
the gospel in the new settlements, and i n the founding of churches and schools, were 
largely educated by this Society. The colleges, which are now among the foremost in 
these Western fields, were largely built up by the same agency. 

The whole number of young men assisted by the Society in their studies for the 
ministry since 1816 is 7,237. The institutions at the West which have been assisted 
by the society since 1843 are the following, viz. : Western Reserve. Illinois, Wabash, 
and Marietta Colleges, and Lane Theological Seminary. These five are the institu- 
tions which the Society took under its care an the beginning, in 1843. Those which 
have since been received on the list are Knox, Beloit, Thayer, Wittenburg, Oberlin, 
and Berea Colleges, the College of California. Pacific University, Olivet, Ripon, 
Iowa, Carle ton, Doane, Drury, Washburn, and Colorado Colleges, Pacific Theological 
Seminary, and Yankton College. 

Those at present on the Society's list are Colorado, Doane, Pacific University, 
Rollins, Whitman, and Yankton. 

The number of young men receiving assistance from the Society during the last 
financial year is 291. 

At the time when the Education Society began its work of helping young men 
into the Christian ministry, in the year 1816, the condition of things in this country 
was very peculiar. The great movement of emigration toward the West was setting 
in with strength. The American Board had been organized a few years before, and 
the cause of foreign missions was taking strong hold upon the churches. But " the 
laborers were few." Ever since the close of the Revolutionary war, the churches 
had been in a confused and preoccupied state, and the number of men coming for- 
ward for the work of the ministry was alarmingly small. It was iu such a state of 
things that this Society began its enterprise. Through the aid thus afforded, and 
through the impulses thus imparted, a host of livingpreachers was raised up to go 
with the moving colonies out into the fields of the West, or to go far hence to the 
Gentiles, to proclaim the Gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ. A work of in- 
estimable importance for the Christianizing and civilizing of our own land was 
accomplished by this instrumentality. The ministers raised up by this Society 
became to a large extent the pioneers in the way of founding churches, schools, 
colleges, throughout all those Western fields, while in foreign lands half the mis- 
sionaries laboring under the care of the American Board had been brought forward 
in the same way. 

FORM OF BEQUEST. 

I do hereby give and bequeath to the " American College and Education 

Society ' ' the sum of dollars, to be paid within months after my decease, 

;ind to be applied to the uses and purposes of that Society. 

WfT "" Thirty dollars constitutes an honorary membership. 



1888.] NATIONAL SOCIETIB8. 53 



Receipts and Payments A. G. and Ed. Soc., Year ending April 30, 1887. 



RECEIPTS. 



Donations $21,021 33 

Legacies ....... 2 790 01 

Income of Scholarship Fund 6,812 31 $30,623 65 

Donations for Colleges 27,370 66 



$57,994 31 



PAYMENTS. 

Appropriations to Students $19,012 00 

Colorado College 13,066 67 

Doane College 

Whitman College 

Yankton College 

Expenses: Salary of Secretary, $2,500, less income of Secre- 
tary Fund, $646.60 

Travelling expenses of Secretary 

Salary of Western Secretary, 16 months 

Office and travelling expenses, 18 months 

Salary of Treasurer. . f 

Bent, heat, and tax 

Post-office box and postage 

Printing and Advertising 

Printing and mailing Annual Report 

Care of office and clerical services 



1,693 17 




5,587 75 




7,023 07 


$46,412 66 


1,853 40 




144 55 




1,275 00 




570 62 




750 00 




617 09 




27 00 




109 79 




229 17 




28 74 


5,605 36 



$52,018 02 
Balance of debit April 30, 1886 3,965 38 

$55,983 40 
Balance of credit April 30, 1887 2,010 91 

$57,794 31 



Scholarship Fund $92,718 75 

Secretary Fund 11,700 00 

Income of Scholarship Fund for the year ending April 30, 1887 6,812 31 

" Secretary Fund '. 646 60 



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THE AMERICAN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized, 1853. Chartered, 1854. 
Headquarters, Library, Congregational House, Boston. 

officers. 

President. — Hon. Rufus S. Frost, Chelsea. 
Corresponding Secretary. — 
Treasurer. — C. C. Burr, Auburndale. 
Librarian. — Rev. Wm. H. Cobb. Newton Centre. 
Recording Secretary. — Rev. Daniel P. Noyes, So. Byfield. 
Assistant Librarian. — Miss Mary E. Stone, Chelsea. 

Directors. — Edward A. Studley, Chairman; Alonzo H. Quint, d. d. ; 
Henry M. Dexter, d. d.; N. G. Clark, d. d.; Frank Wood; M. F. Dickin- 
son; S. Brainard Pratt; I. N. Tarbox, d. d.; Rev. Joshua Coit; Mortimer 
B. Mason; Rev. B. F. Hamilton, d. d. ; Charles A. Richardson; Rev. David 
Gregg; Wm. H. Hodgkins, with the Secretaries, the Treasurer, and the Librarian. 



54 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 



OBJECTS. 



To preserve, improve, andpromote the best use of the Congregational Library ; to 
care for the Congregational Souse, and remove the incumbrances upon it; to further 
the general interests of Congregationalism. 



FINANCES. 

The Association owns the Congregational House, Boston. This was bought in 1871 
for about $300,000; the expense of refitting was about $126,000 more. Present debt, 
$184,600, funded at four per cent interest. The income from rents meets current ex- 
penses, and at present is slowly reducing the debt. 

THE LIBRARY. 

This numbers 34,000 volumes, and above 140,000 pamphlets. The reading-table con- 
tains the leading British and American reviews and religious magazines, with 
many valuable secular periodicals. The building is a fire-proof structure, entirely 
separable from the rest of the house, and admirably adapted to its purpose. The 
collection is already of inestimable worth, especially in all matters pertaining to the 
fathers of New England. 

THE PAST YEAR. 

An eloquent blank space in our list of officers indicates the severe loss which the 
Association has sustained by the decease of Rev. Dr. Langworthy, to whom, 
more than to any other one man, its present prosperity is due. This is not the place 
for eulogy, but the solid granite of the Congregational House will abide as his fitting 
memorial. 

During the year, $2,500 has been paid on the debt, an addition to the House (for 
the use of the American Board) has been built and paid for, and current expenses 
have been promptly met. The growth of the Library has been steady, and the out- 
lay for periodicals has been more than doubled. The Library is being used more and 
more by students. 

PRESENT NEEDS. 

1. The Treasury. — Every contribution to this Association aids each of the seven 
Congregational benevolent Societies; for as soon as our debt is paid, these Societies 
will have a permanent home, free from rent. Three of them have their principal 
office, the other four their Eastern office, in this building. 

The debt of the Association has been reduced nearly thirty per cent during the last 
fifteen years. Experience forbids us to expect the " one fair contribution from every 
church," so often requested in vain; but we do appeal to all Congregationalists who 
love the kingdom of our Lord, to wipe out this debt, and thereby most evidently pro- 
mote that kingdom. The strength of the appeal resides in the simple facts just 
recited. 

2. The Library. — The books most needed here are eagerly sought for by other 
collectors. Although our Library is by far the best in America in its specialities, 
and also rich in the " books out of which other books are made," it has many and 
great deficiences, which can only be made up by money, liberally provided and care- 
fully expended. We no longer desire to glory in the fact that the Library is increasing 
without the expenditure of a doMar. Let us change all this, as we are abundantly 
able to do. Let every pastor stir up the liberally-minded in his parish, showing them 
the value of this investment. Let every Congregationalist who has published any- 
thing see that the Library has his works in full. Let gifts pour in according to our 
several ability; not only into the general treasury, but also specifically for the Library. 
If every one who reads these words will immediately do what he can, this will be a 
prosperous year for the cause we all have at heart. 

WM. H. COBB, Librarian. 



THE AMERICAN CONGREGATIONAL UNION. 

Room 59, Bible House, New York City. 

An>s in Building Churches and Parsonages. 

President. — William M. Taylor, d. d., ll. d. 
Corresponding Secretary. — Ik H. Cobb, d. d. 
Treasurer. — Mr. H. O. Pinneo. 

Field Secretaries. — Rev. aud Mrs. C. H. Taintor, Chicago, 111.; Rev. Stewart 
Sheldon, Salem, Mass. 



1888.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 55 

Trustees. — J. G. Roberts, d. d., Chairman; Mr. H. O. Pinneo, Recording Secre- 
tary; J. Or. Robebts, d. d., Mr. N. A. Calkins, Mr. Alonzo Alford, W. M. 
B arrows, d. d m Mr. Francis A. Palmer, 1888 to 1891; A. H. Bradford, d. d., 
Mr. C. D. Wood, Mr. W. J. Hunt, Dea. J. L. Partridge, J. E. Twitchell, d. d., 
1887 to 1890; Wm. H. Ward, d. d., Rev. S. Colcord, Mr. J. L. Halsey, Mr. 
John Wiley, George Wilcox, Esq., 1886 to 1889. 

Financial Statement. — Balance on hand for church building, May 1, 1887, $31,- 
1)96.48. Total receipts for church building from May 1 to Deo. 31, $74,563.08. Total 
resources for eight months for church building, $105,659.56. 

Paid to aid in completing 73 churches, from May 1, to Dec. 31, $63,101.28. Other 
disbursements, $9,774.39. Balance on hand Dec. 31, $32,783.89. Pledged Dec. 31 
to 78 churches, $49,731.23. Pledged in excess of funds, $16,947.34. 

For parsonage building, balance on hand May 1, 1887, $17,297.92. Receipts for 
parsonages from May 1 to Dec. 31, $6,637.33. Total recources for parsonages for eight 
months, $23,935.25. Paid 35 parsonage loans, $12,156.00. Pledged to 20 parsonages, 
$5,420.00. Balance in treasury for parsonages, Dec. 31, 1887, including amounts 
pledged, $11,779.25. 

During the last six years the Union has had generous consideration from contribut- 
ing churches and individual givers. The receipts reported in 1882 were $51,322.28. 
The last whole year of its work has brought nearly three times that sum into the 
treasury. 

All this while, the demand has been outgrowing the enlarged receipts. The rea- 
son is apparent to every observer of the rapid relative growth of cities and other large 
centres of population. It costs to build churches in cities. It costs more not to build 
them. It is a choice between paying preachers or policemen; between ruined multi- 
tudes and saved thousands. 

To make every dollar put into this more expensive work go as far as possible, the 
Union has in successful operation a "Loan Plan" both for church and parsonage 
building. 

A loan for five years of $250 secures a parsonage now, and every five years here- 
after. 

A loan of $1,000 secures a church as soon as it can be built, and one every five 
years, to the end of time. Where can money be put to better use ? 

The Treasurer's statement shows how the work is loaded. The first work is to finish 
what has been begun. Shall we stop there? Must the 500 unhoused churches 
remain so? The Union is the servant of the churches. The work demands, at the 
very lowest, $200,000 a year. Shall we expect it ? 

The Union has changed its time of closing its books, making its annual reports and 
electing its officers from April 30 to December 31. Hereafter, its books open for 
work, January 1, and close December 31. 

The report presented this year is for eight months. They are shown by the above 
statement of the Treasurer to be the best eight months the Union has ever had. 
Every one of the eight months made a gain in receipts over the corresponding month 
in the year preceding. The total gain of the eight months was $31,998.35. The 
total receipts of the whole year 1887 were $152,693.54. This is more than $29,000 
ahead of any year thus far. 

Notwithstanding this, the Board was never more urgently pressed with calls which 
it cannot answer, for want of funds. The first docket of the new year called for more 
than $30,000, and the Board could not vote more than one fifth of that sum. Delay 
in such cases is damaging to a perilous extent. Houses begun in faith and carried 
as far as funds will allow, are in actual danger of being sold under the hammer if we 
cannot aid the churches that are struggling to build them. Sometimes money is 
borrowed at high rates to carry forward the work. So long as five hundred of our 
churches have no house of worship, we are in little danger of having a surplus. The 
Lord's work is growing. New centres of life are constantly forming. The Home 
Missionary Society could quickly double its work if the churches could be made to 
see their duty in furnishing the iunds. One of the most economical and permanently 
certain ways of increasing our power on the frontier is to house the churches we have, 
and thus bring them to self-support. 



56 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 



AMERICAN HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 

Office: 34 Bible House, Astor Place, New York. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York; was organized in New 
York City, May 10, 1826. 

OFFICERS. 

President. — Julius H. Seel ye, d. d., ll. d. 

Honorary Secretary. — David B. Cob, d. d. 

Secretaries •for Correspondence. — Walter M. Barrows, d. d.; Joseph B* 

Clark, b. d. 
Treasurer. — Alexander H. Clapp, d. d. 

Secretary of the Woman's Department. — Mrs. 

Editor of " The Home Missionary"— Mrs. H. S. Caswell. 

superintendents. 

Rev. Clark C. Otis, Financial Superintendent, Bible House, New York. 

Rev. Henry A. Schauffler, Work among Bohemians, Poles, etc., Cleveland, O. 

Rev. Moritz E. Eversz, Work among Germans, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Rev. M. W. Montgomery, Work among Scandinavians, Minneapolis, Minn. 



Rev. Leroy Warren, Lansing, Mich. 
Rev. Edw. D. Curtis, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rev. S. F. Gale, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Rev. J. H. Morley, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Rev. Franklin B. Doe, St. Louis, Mo. 
Rev. L. P. Broad, Topeka, Kan. 

Rev. , Las Vegas, N. Mex. 

Rev. George A. Hood, Ashland, Wis. 



Rev. John L. Maile, Omaha, Neb. 

Rev. Hiram D. Wiard, Mitchell, Dak. 
Rev. H. C. Simmons, Fargo, No. Dak. 
Rev. C M. Sanders, Denver, Col. 

Rev. W. S. Hawkes, Salt Lake City,tTtah. 
J. H. Warren, d. d., San Francisco, Cal. 
Rev. James T. Ford, Los Angeles, Cal. 
George H. Atkinson, d. d., Portland,Or. 



secretaries and treasurers of the auxiliaries. 

Maine Miss. Society Rev. Jonathan E. Adams, Sec, Bangor, Me. 

Maine Miss. Society John L. Crosby, Esq., Treas. % Bangor, Me. 

New Hampshire Home Miss. Society E. H. Greeley, d. d., Sec, Concord, N.H. 

New Hampshire Home Miss. Society, Hon. L. D. Stevens, Treas. t Concord, N. H. 

Vermont Domestic Miss. Society Rev. Charles S. Smith, Sec, Montpelier, Vt. 

Vermont Domestic Miss. Society J. C. Emery, Esq., Treas., Montpelier, Vt. 

Massachusetts Home Miss. Society Rev. Joshua Coit, Sec, Boston, Mass. 

Massachusetts Home Miss. Society. .Rev. Edwin B. Palmer, Treas., Boston, Mass. 
Rhode Island Home Miss. Society. ..Rev. Alex'r McGregor, -Sec, Pawtucket,R. I. 
Rhode Island Home Miss. Society, Edwin Barrows, Esq., Treas., Providence, R. I. 

Miss. Society of Connecticut Rev. William H. Moore, Sec, Hartford, Conn. 

Miss. Society of Connecticut Ward W. Jacobs, Esq., Treas., Hartford, Conn. 

New York Home Miss. Society Chas. C. Crekgan, d. d., Sec, Syracuse, N. Y. 

New York Home Miss. Society Alex'r H. Clapp, Treas., New York City. 

Ohio Home Miss. Society Rev. J. G. Fraser, Sec, Cleveland, O. 

Ohio Home Miss. Society Alex'r H. Clapp, Treas., New York City. 

Illinois Home Miss. Society Rev. James Tompkins, Sec, Chicago, 111. 

Illinois Home Miss. Society Aaron B. Mead, Esq., Treas., Chicago, 111. 

Wisconsin Home Miss. Society Rev. T. G. Grassie, Sec, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Wisconsin Home Miss. Society, R. A. McCullough, Esq., Treas., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Iowa Home Miss. Society Rev. T. O. Douglass, Sec, Grinnell, la. 

Iowa Home Miss. Society J. H. Merrill, Esq., Treas., Des Moines, la. 

The Home Missionary, a monthly magazine, published by the Society, at sixty 
cents a year, including postage, gives a running account of the progress of the work 
in all parts of the country, largely from the pens of the superintendents and mission- 
aries personally engaged in it. The monthly issue is 26,521 copies. An Annual 
Report sums up the results of the year. Leaflets and Tracts for the times are pub- 
lished as occasion calls, designed to help pastors, Sunday-school officers, and friends 
of Home Missions generally, in awakening and keeping alive an intelligent, practi- 
cal, growing interest in the work. These may be had, free of charge, at any time* 
by addressing the officers of the Society at the Bible House. 



1888.] NATIONAL SOCIETIE8. 57 

For more than sixty-two years the Society has been organizing churches in the West 
and South, and aiding in the support of their ministers till those churches are able to 
assume the whole expense. Its missionaries have from the first organized Sunday 
schools, provided proper teachers for them, and by watchful oversight have secured 
their permanence and highest usefulness. 

In connection with the labor of its missionaries, 4,951 churches have been organ- 
ized and 2,430 have come to self-support. It has collected and disbursed in cash, 
$11,586,692.20 ; and in clothing, books, and other supplies, largely the offerings of 
Christian women, $1,660,103; in all, $13,246,795.20. The additions to the churches 
have been 345,973. 

In 1883, a Woman's Department was opened. Its object is to interest the women 
of our churches all over the country, and through them the children, more directly 
in the work; not to the diminishing of their helpful labor in the way of home- 
missionary boxes (of clothing, etc.), but to secure also their gifts of money for the 
support of teachers in the Indian Territory and elsewhere, and for various special 
uses, as called for from time to time. Their aid in this line is steadily growing, but 
much more is needed. The Woman's Home Missionary Association, having its office 
in Boston, is rendering valuable assistance to the Society in its educational work. 

The number of missionaries employed in its sixty-first year (1886-7) was 1,571, 
nearly 1,100 of them in States and Territories west and south of New York. They 
preached regularly in 3,063 stations, and at frequent intervals in many hundreds 
more. The number of Sunday-school and Bible-class scholars was 130,000. The 
additions to the churches were 10,031; 6,469 of them on confession of Christ. 
Churches organized, 135; reached self-support, 63. 

The sixty-first year's receipts were in cash, $482,979.60; in supplies, $71,103.62; in all, 
$581,248.30. 

At least $550,000 in cash is needed this year properly to sustain the missionaries 
now in the field. To take up only such new work as the providence and Spirit of God 
manifestly call upon the Society to assume at once, $100,000 more is imperatively 
required. The Society is doing much more work than ever before among the foreign- 
born in all parts of the country. At nearly every meeting of the Executive Com- 
mittee chosen men are sent to new fields at the front, where they are most needed, 
but where their support involves heavy outlay by the Society. For securing the 
means essential to the carrying on of this great work the Society depends, under God, 
on the zealous co-operation of the pastors and members of the Congregational 
churches of the land. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

The Receipts during the financial year ending March 31, 
1887, were, from congregations and individuals, $195,245.00; 
ditto, transmitted by Auxiliaries, $77,161,60; from Legacies, 
$65,813.70; income from Funds, $3,320.82; subscriptions to 
The Home Missionary, $2,144.83; Auxiliaries' receipts, ap- 
plied to work in their own fields, $135,862.41; sale of " Our 
Country," etc., $3,431.24. In all $482,979 60 

Payments during the same year: Missionary service and sup- 
plies, $463,418.69; Publication Department, $14,500.81; Ad- 
ministration, $15,857.46; Woman's Department, $1,451.44; 

Miscellaneous, $12,760.39. Total payments $507,988 79 

Balance to new account 2,155 89 

$510,144 68 

Additional cash and supplies disbursed by direction of the 
donors $71,103 62 



FORM OF A BEQUEST. 



I bequeath to my executors the sum of dollars, in ti-ust, to pay oyer the 

same after my decease, to the person who, when the same is pay- 

able, shall act as Treasurer of the American Home Missionary Society, formed in 
the City of New York, in the year eighteen hundred and twenty-six, to be applied to 
the charitable uses and purposes of said Society, and under its direction. 



58 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 



THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. 
Organized September 3, 1846. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 

President. — 

Corresponding Secretaries. — Michael E. Strieby, d. d., and A. F. Beard, d. d., 

66 Reade Street, New York City. 
Treasurer. — H. W. Hubbard, Esq., 66 Reade Street, New York City. 
District Secretaries. — Rev. C. J. Ryder, 21 Congregational House, Boston, Mass.; 

J. E. Roy, d. d., 161 Washington Street, Chicago, 111. 
Financial Secretary of Indian Missions. — Rev. Charles W. Shelton. 
■Secretary of Woman* s Bureau. — Miss D. E. Emerson, 66 Reade Street, New York 

City. 

AIM AND WORK. 

To preach the gospel to the poor. It originated in a sympathy with the almost 
friendless slaves. Since emancipation, its main work has been in the South, prepar- 
ing the colored people for their duties as citizens and Christians; also opening schools 
and estsblishing churches among the whites, especially in the mountain regions of 
Tennessee and Kentucky. It also sustains missions among the Indians in the Terri- 
tories, and the Chinese in California. 

STATISTICS FOR 1887. 

Churches : In the South. — In District of Columbia, 1 ; Virginia, 1 ; North Caro- 
lina, 16; South Carolina, 2; Georgia, 15; Florida, 1; Kentucky, 14; Tennessee, 17; 
Alabama, 20; Kansas, 3; Arkansas, 2; Louisiana, 19; Mississippi, 7; Texas, 9; Among 
the Indians, 6. Total, 132. 

Institutions in the South. — Chartered : Talladega, Ala. ; Atlanta, Ga. ; Nash- 
ville, Tenn. ; Tougaloo, Miss. ; New Orleans, La. ; and Austin, Tex. — 6. Graded or 
Normal Schools: Wilmington, N. C; Charleston, Greenwood, S. C; Savannah, 
Mcintosh, Macon, Atlanta, Thomasville, Ga.; Mobile, Athens, Ala.; Memphis, 
Jonesboro', Grand View, Pleasant Hill, Tenn.; Lexington, Williamsburg, Ky. — 16. 
Other Schools, 32. Total, 54. 

Superintendents, Teachers, Missionaries, and Assistants. — In the South, 
32(5; among the Chinese, 28; among the Indians, 61. Total, 415. Students: In 
theology, 78; law, 68; in college course, 68; in other studies, 8,402. Among the 
Chinese, 1,044; among the Indians, 608. Total, 10,268. Scholars taught by former 
pupils of our schools estimated at 200,000. 

MAGAZINE. 

The American Missionary is published monthly, at fifty cents a year; but will be 
sent gratuitously, if desired, to the Missionaries of the Association; to Life Members; 
to all clergymen who take up collections for the Association; to Superintendents of 
Sabbath Schools; to college libraries; to Theological Seminaries; to Societies of In- 
quiry on Missions; and to every donor who does not prefer to take it as a subscriber, 
and contributes in a year not less than five dollars. 

WANTS. 

An increase of funds to support missionaries and teachers, build chapels and school- 
houses, aid students in course of education, and supplies of every kind for the multi- 
tudes of poor and needy. Cash or supplies can be sent to the Treasurer or District 
Secretaries. 

FORM OF A BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to my executor (or executors) the sum of dollars, in trust to 

pay the same in days after my decease, to the person who, when the same is 

payable, shall act as Treasurer of " The American Missionary Association/' New 
York City, to be applied under the direction of the Executive Committee of that 
Association to its charitable uses and purposes. 

The will should be attested by three witnesses (in pome States three are required, 
in other States only two), who should write against their names their places of resi- 
dence (if in cities, the street and number). The following form of attestation will 
answer for every state in the Union: " Signed, sealed, published, and declared by 
the said (A. B.) as his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, who, at the 
request of the said (A. B.), and in his presence, and in the presence of each other, 
have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses." In some States it is required 
that charitable bequests should be made at least two months before the death of the 
testator. 



1888. NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 59 



Summary of the Annual Report of the Treasurer of the American 
Missionary Association for the Year ending September 30, 1887. 

receipts. 

From Churches, Sabbath Schools, Missionary Societies, and 

Individuals $189,483 39 

Estates and Legacies 52,266 73 

Income, Sundry Funds 10,561 07 

Tuition and Public Funds 28,964 81 

Rents 478 10 

United States Government, for Education of Indians, 17,357 21 

Slater Fund, paid to Institutions 7,650 00 

$306,761.31 

EXPENDITURES. 

The South : For Church and Educational Work, etc $197,768 68 

The Chinese : For Superintendent, Teachers, Rent, etc 7,564 95 

The Indians : For Church and Educational Work, etc 47,920 71 

Foreign Missions : Mendi Mission, paid to United Brethren. . 4,870 10 
For support of Aged Missionary, Jamaica, W.I 250 00 

Publications: For American Missionary (22,600 monthly), 

Annual Reports, Clerk Hire, Postage, etc 7,080 00 

Agencies : New York.— Associate Corresponding Secretary, 

Travelling Exp enses, Circulars, etc 

New York.— Woman's Bureau, Secretary, Travelling Ex- 
penses, Circulars, etc 

For Eastern District.— District Secretary, Rent, etc 

For Western District. — District Secretary, Reut, etc 

Administration: For Corresponding Secretary, Associate 
Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, and Clerk Hire 

Miscellaneous: For Rent, Clerk Hire, Annual Meeting, 
Wills and Estates, etc 

Total payments $298,783 80 

Debt Sept. 30, 1886 5,783 71 

$304,567 51 
Balance on hand Sept. 30, 1887 2,193 80 

$306,761 31 



4,159 93 


1,434 33 


4,389 77 


4,603 67 


11,931 81 


6,809 85 



The receipts of Berea College, Hampton N. and A. Insti- 
tute, and Atlanta University are added below, as pre- 
senting at one view the contributions for the general 
work in which the Association is engaged: 

American Missionary Association General Fund $306,761 31 

" •" " Theological Endow- 
ment Fund, Tal- 
ladega College 709 25 

" " " Arthington Fund 100 00 

$307,570 56 

Berea College, Donations $11,131 05 

" for New Building 15,000 01 

26,131 51 

Hampton N. and A. Institute 82,715 26 

Atlanta University (ad'l to A. M. A.) 10,171 69 

$426,589 02 



H. W. HUBBARD, Treasurer, 

56 Reade Street, New York. 



60 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PUBLISHING SOCIETY. 

Headquarters — Congregational House, Boston. 
Branch — 175 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 



OFFICERS. 

President. — Samuel B. Capen. 

c—**-^. J Albert E. Dunning, d.d. 
Secretaries.- } j^ Geq m Boynton . 

Editor. — M. C. Hazard. 

Field Superintendent. — Wm, A. Duncan. 



Business Manager. — 

Wm. P. Whtttbmore, 

Anonf* _ 1 Geo - p - Smith, Boston. 
Agents, j j H TbwksbubY| Chicago, 

Treasurer. — E. Lawrence Barnard. 



DIRECTORS. 



Hon. James M. W. Hall. 

Joshua W. Davis, Esq. 

Rev. Michael Burn ham. 

Rev. David Greoo. 

George W. Coburn, Esq. 

Wm. F. Whtttemore, Esq. 

Rev. Smith Baker. 

S. C. Darling, Esq.. 

E. P. Williams, d. d., Chicago, 111. 

C. H. Case, Esq., " " 

Isaac W. Camp, Esq., " " 

Gen. Joseph B. Leake, '• " 

Oren B. Taft, Esq., " " 



Alex. McKenzie, d. d. 
Joshua W. Wellman, d. d. 
Rev. Charles B. Rice. 
Rev. B. Frank Hamilton. 
Joseph T. Duryea, d. d. 
William H. Wardwell, Esq. 
Rev. George M. Boynton. 
Samuel B. Capen, Esq. 
Robert R. Meredith, d. d. 
Charles A. Richardson, Esq. 
E. Lawrence Barnard, Esq. 
Thomas W. Bicknell, ll. d. 
J. N. Denison, Esq. 

Object : 

First. — To systematize and give direction to Sunday school work, and to direct 
the charities of the churches towards establishing Sunday schools, and providing weak 
ones with such equipments as shall enable them to be efficient. 

Second. — To provide and furnish to pastors, teachers, and Sunday schools, aids to 
the study of the Bible, and all needful Sunday-school literature. 

Third. — To provide and prepare general religious reading, and to distribute tracts 
and books among the destitute. 

Fourth. — To set forth the history and explain the principles and polity of Congre- 
gational churches. 

THE MISSIONARY DEPARTMENT 

Sustains Sunday-school missionaries; furnishes Sunday-school helps, libraries, and 
other literature to new and needy Sunday schools, either gratuitously or at reduced 
cost. All contributions are used only for missionary work. 

During six months, from May 1 to November 1, 1887, the missionaries of the Society 
established 201 Sunday schools, visited and aided many others, explored a number 
of new fields, and addressed numerous churches, associations, and other gatherings. 
During the same period the Society aided other workers to organize 83 Sunday schools, 
while the total number of Sunday schools organized and aided during the six months 
was l,05b\ 

The National Council recommended: "In view of the work which has been done, 
and is being done, and the wide and constantly increasing field before this Society 
that the churches represented by this council raise at least $100,000 each year, for the 
next three years, for the S. S. and Pub. Society, for its missionary work." 

THE BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

Publishes the Pilgrim Series of lesson helps, adapted to all grades of teachers and 
scholars; the Weil-Spring and the Mayflower, weekly papers for children and youth; 
the Pilgrim Teacher, monthly, containing expositions of the lessons, news of Sunday 
schools and missionary work, lists of books for Sunday-school libraries, etc.; also 
all other requisites for Sunday schools; also issues books, tracts, aud pamphlets on 
general religious subjects, and on matters of special interest to Congregationalists. 

Books and tracts from all publishers at lowest rates. 

Directory. 1. Correspondence concerning Sunday-school missionary work, normal 
work, etc., should be directed to A. E. Dunning, d. d., Rev. George M. Boynton, Sec- 
retaries, Room 9, Congregational House, Boston. 

2. Correspondence relating to manuscripts, articles for periodicals, tracts, etc., 
should be directed to M. C. Hazard, Editor, Room 9, Congregational House, Boston. 

3. Contributions should be sent to E. Lawrence Barnard, Treas., Congregational 
House, Boston. 

4. Orders, and correspondence relating to business matters may be addressed to 
W. F. Whittemore, Congregational House, Boston, or to either of the Agents. 



1888.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 61 

» 
THE NEW WEST EDUCATION COMMISSION. 

Incorporated Nov. 3, 1879. 

Principal Office, 151 Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
Eastern Office, Congregational House, Boston, Mass. 

OFFICERS. 

President. — Frederic A. Noble, d. d., 534 Washington Boulevard. 
Vice-President. — Simeon Gilbert, d. d., Advance Office. 
Rec. Secretary. — G. S. P. Savage, d. d., 151 Washington St. 
General Secretary. — Rev. Charles R. Bliss, 151 Washington St. 
Treasurer. — Mr. Wm. H. Hubbard, 438 La Salle Avenue. 
Agent in the Field. — Mr. Isaac Huse, Jr., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Object. — The promotion of Christian civilization in Utah and adjacent States and 
Territories, by the education of the children and youth under Christian teachers, aiid 
by the use of such other kindred agencies as may at any time be deemed wise. 

progress. 

General Statement, July 1, 1887. 

Schools of all grades 28 

Number of Teachers 59 

Pupils 2,383 

Mormons 727 

Apostates 653 

Mexicans 155 

Sabbath schools 24 

Financial Statement. 

Total income for year 1886-7 $61,318 79 

Expenditures for the year 60,463 08 

Excess of receipts above expenses $855 71 

Excess of receipts altove those of any previous year 3,956 53 

Debt. 

Amount of debt July 1, 1886 $15,000 00 

Discharged since then 5,000 00 

Present amount $10,000 00 

New Accommodations. 

Buildings have been erected in Ogden, Provo, Lynne, Belen, and additions 

to buildings in Sandy and Trenton. 

Ogden, with additional land $17,075 00 

Provo 10,000 00 

Lynne 2,200 00 

Belen 750 00 

Sandy 250 00 

Trenton 200 00 



Special Needs. $30,475 00 

To be supplied only as funds are specially furnished. 

New building, Twentieth Ward, Salt Lake $4,000 00 

" " atHeber 4,000 00 

Expansion at Albuquerque, N. M 10,000 00 

Cheap properties in many places in New Mexico. 

The Woman's Home Missionary Association, whose office is in Boston, have given 
very liberal support to the work of the Commission, from the early days of the move- 
ment. They now support eight teachers — six in Utah and two in New Mexico. 

The Woman's Missionary Unions of Connecticut, New York, Ohio, Michigan, 
Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, and Dakota arc auxiliary to the Com- 
mission, and render much valuable and most welcome aid. 

The two offices of the Commission are in the charge of competent clerks, under 
the supervision of the Secretary. Correspondence may be addressed to New West 
Education Commission at either office. Letters intended for the Secretary aloue 
should be marked "Personal." 



1888.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 63 



THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Andoveb, Mass. 
Opened for service, September 28, 1808. 

FACULTY. 

Edwards A. Park, d. d., ll. d., Professor Emeritus of Christian Theology. 

Austin Phelps, d. d., Professor Emeritus of Sacred Rhetoric. 

John P. Gulliver, d. d., Stone Professor of the Relations of Christianity to the 

Secular Sciences. 
Egbert C. Smyth, d. d., Brown Professor of Ecclesiastical History, and President 

of the Faculty. 
William J. Tucker, d. d., Bartlet Professor of Sacred Rhetoric, and Lecturer on 

Pastoral Theology. 
Rev. John P. Taylor, m. a., Taylor Professor of Biblical Theology. (Assigned to 

Biblical History and Oriental Archaeology.) 
Rev. J. Wesley Churchill, m. a., Jones Professor of Elocution. 
George Harris, d. d., Abbot Professor of Christian Theology. 
Edward Y. Htncks, d. d., Smith Professor of Biblical Theology. 
Rev. William H. Ryder, m. a., Associate Professor (elect) of Sacred Literature. 
George F. Moore, d. d., Hitchcock Professor of the Hebrew Language and 

Literature. 
Rev. William L. Ropes, m. a., Librarian. 

lecturer. 

Rev. Edward A. Lawrence, m. a., Hyde Lecturer on Foreign Missions. 

Calendar. — The annual period of study is divided into three Sessions. The last 
Session of the present Seminary year will commence on Monday, March 26, and con- 
tinue till the Anniversary, Thursday, June 14. The next Seminary year will begin 
on Thursday, September 6. 

Course of Study. — The Junior year is devoted mainly to Biblical Exegesis and 
Introduction; the Middle year to Biblical and Systematic Theology; the Senior to 
Sacred Rhetoric, Pastoral Theology, and History of Christian Life and Doctrine. 
Systematic Theology is begun in the first year ; also Biblical History, which is continued 
through the second. Lectures on Christianity and Science, the Scriptures, Elocution,. 
with exercises in Rhetoric and vocal culture, continue through the course. Opportu- 
nity is given i° r instruction in Syriac, Arabic, and other cognate Oriental languages. 

Fourth Year for advance study. Each member of the Advance Class chooses 
his studies, subject to approval by the Faculty, and receives from the professors in 
the departments chosen personal direction and assistance. Special facilities are 
afforded for private reading and research. Lectures are given to the whole class on 
topics pertaining to the higher and more difficult questions which are engaging the 
attention of Christian scholars and pastors. Ten scholarships ($200.00 each) are 
available for members of this class. 

Library and Museum, — The Library now numbers more than 45,000 volumes, is 
constantly increased, and is open every week-day for the examination and drawing 
of books. A full reference library has been opened on the ground floor of Brechin 
Hall. The Museum comprises objects relating to missionary life and work, a monu- 
mental slab from Nimroud, a relief model of Jerusalem, and a large and choice col- 
lection of Palestinian birds, animals, flowers, coins, inscriptions, photographs, etc. 

A well-furnished Gymnasium is open to the use of the students. 

Location. — The Seminary was located with a view to the advantages of uninter- 
rupted study. These advantages have been retained, and are accounted of increasing 
value. At the same time, through the rise and growth of cities in the immediate 
vicinity, the students of the Seminary have special opportunities for studying the 
various conditions of church work, and the different methods of preaching. Andover 
Is within four miles of Lawrence, ten of Lowell and Haverhill, fifteen of Salem, and 
twenty of Cambridge and Boston. The situation is remarkably healthful. 

For information respecting Conditions of Membership, Honorary Scholarships, the 
Winkley and Seminary Fellowships ($600 each), Expenses and Pecuniary aid, see 
Catalogue, which may be obtained by application to the President of the Faculty. 



64 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 



BANGOR THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Bangor, Mb. 

This institution was chartered by the Legislature of Massachusetts in February, 
1814, and was opened for students in October, 1816. It has been in constant service 
since, and has graduated several hundred pastors, missionaries, teachers, editors, and 
college presidents and professors. 

FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION. 

Levi L. Paine, d. d., Ecclesiastical History. 

John S. Sbwall, d. d., Sacred Rhetoric. 

Lewis P. Stearns, d. d., Systematic Theology, 

Rev. Charles J. H. Ropes, New Testament Language and Literature. 

Rev. Francis B. Denio, Old Testament Language and Literature. 



Terms of Admission. — Bangor Seminary is open to all denominations of Chris- 
tians. Candidates for admission must produce testimony of their church member- 
ship and of their collegiate education. If they have not pursued a college course, 
they will be examined, and must exhibit mental training and attainments sufficient, 
in the judgment of the Faculty, to warrant their entering upon a course of theologi- 
cal study. Those whose age or circumstances forbid the pursuit of the complete 
course of study may, at the discretion of the Faculty, be admitted to the studies of 
the Middle year, and continue their course with the full privileges of the Seminary. 

Course of Study. — Junior Year, Hebrew Grammar, Principles of Interpreta- 
tion, Exegesis of the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures; New Testament Greek; Intro- 
ductory Philosophy, with text-books and lectures; Essays, and Lectures on Style 
and English Literature. 

Middle Year, Systematic Theology; Ancient Church History; Exegetical studies 
continued; New Testament Greek continued; Vocal Culture and Oratory. 

Senior Year, Mediaeval and Modern Church History; Homiletics; Pastoral The- 
ology and Church Polity; Exegetical studies continued; New Testament Greek con- 
tinued. 

The Department of New Testament Greek has been added to the usual 
course in order to supplement the department of Exegesis by grammatical and lexical 
study of the language of the New Testament. It provides instruction for those who 
enter the shorter course with only a rudimentary knowledge of the Greek. 

Preaching — As it is believed to be conducive to the best professional training to 
combine practice with theory, students are encouraged during the Senior year to 
preach as op[>ortunity offers, and so far as they may without interfering with their 
Seminary duties. They usually take a license to preach at the close of the Middle 
year; and during the vacation are employed as missionaries of the Maine Missionary' 
Society. Through the remainder of their course they are frequently called upon to 
supply vacant churches or missionary outposts. 

Post-graduate Scholarships. — Two scholarships have been recently estab- 
lished for graduates of this Seminary. One is in Bowdoin College and is for the pur- 
pose ot aiding any student who, after graduating in the Seminary, desires to take a 
post-graduate year in the College. The other is for the benefit of any student who 
wishes to take a fourth year of study in the Seminary. 

Expenses. — There is no charge for tuition, rooms, furniture, library, or any priv- 
ilege of the Seminary. The dormitory has been thoroughly repaired and refitted. 
The rooms are carpeted and furnished. The income of the Washburn fund and some 
other funds, given expressly to aid members of the Seminary, will be distributed to 
those who need, and will amount to about half the expense of board. 

Library. — The Seminary has an excellent library, numbering sixteen thousand 
volumes, specially selected to meet the wants of the students. There is a permanent 
library fund, with the income of which constant additions are made of the latest and 
most valuable literature. 

The next anniversary will occur on "Wednesday, June 6, 1888. 

The next seminary year will open on Thursday, Sept. 13, 1888. 

For Catalogues or for admission, address 

FRANCIS B. DENIO, Secretary. 



1888.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 65< 

CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Chicago, 111. 
Opened for Instruction, October, 1858. 

FACULTY. 

Franklin W. Fisk, d. d., President and Wisconsin Professor of Sacred Rhetoric. 

George N. Boardman, d. d., Illinois Professor of Systematic Theology. 

Samuel Ives Curtiss, d. d., New England Professor of Old Testament Literature 

and Interpretation, and Librarian. 
G. Buckingham Willcox, d. d., Stone Professor of Pastoral Theology and Special 

Studies. 
Hugh McDonald Scott, d. d., Sweetzer and Michigan Professor of Ecclesiastical 

History. 
Rev. Geobgb H. Gilbert, ph. d., Iowa Professor of New Testament Literature 

and Interpretation. 
Prof. J. R. J. Anthony, Instructor in Elocution. 
Rev. G. A. Zimmerman, ph. d., Instructor in the German Department. 
Rev. Peter Christian Trandberg, Instructor in the Dano-Norwegian Department. 
Rev. Fridolf Risberg, Instructor in the Swedish Department. 
Rev. R. A. Jernberg, Instructor in English in the Scandinavian Department. 

Admission. — The Seminary is open to students of all denominations. Candidates 
for admission to the regular course must be of good moral character, and must have 
received a collegiate education, or an equivalent preparation. Students from other 
seminaries may be admitted by certificate. 

Terms and Vacations. — The next term will begin "Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1888, 
and continue till the third Wednesday in April, when there will be a vacation of 
four months, for private study and remunerative Christian work. 

Situation. — The Seminary Buildings front Union Park. The location is quiet, 
but the centre of the city may be reached in twenty minutes. 

Course of Study. — The Juniors have four exercises a week in Hebrew, four in 
Greek, and one each in Theology, History, Homiletics, and Elocution. The Middlers 
have four exercises a week in Theology, two each in History, Hebrew, and Greek, 
and one each in Homiletics, and Elocution. The Seniors have three exercises a week 
in Homiletics, two each in Hebrew, Greek, History, and Theology, and one in Pastoral 
Theology, besides private exercises in Elocution. The " Special Course " includes 
the full course in all the years, except Hebrew and Greek, and has the following 
supplementary studies, which are limited to the first year: Rhetoric, Logic, Moral 
Philosophy, and daily exercises in English Composition and Bible Exposition. 

The German and the Scandinavian Departments. — Students in these 
departments, which are under competent instructors, take the regular or special 
course in the English language, according to their grade of preparation, that they 
may be able to preach also in English. They are, however, excused from some 
English studies, principally of a homiletical or practical kind, in place of which they 
attend such exercises in their own native languages as are best adapted to prepare 
them to minister to our German or Scandinavian fellow-citizens. 

Examinations. — In each year there are two public examinations, oral and written, 
of all the classes. 

The Alumni Institute will be held this year in anniversary week, April 24. 

Hammond Library. — This contains the General and the Reference Library 
with over 8,500 volumes, and the Reading Room. Both of the latter are furnished 
with the best helps for students, and are open daily. There is also a special arrange- 
ment for the use of the Chicago Public Library, which offers 140,000 volumes, many 
of which are rare and valuable sets of reviews and important works of reference. 

Expenses. — No charges are made for instruction, the rent of rooms, or for the use 
of Hammond Library. Suites of rooms have been furnished by churches or individ- 
uals. The only necessary expenses of the student are for board, fuel, gas, text- 
books, the care of rooms, washing, and for such special damges as the property of 
the Seminary may suffer at their hands. Good board can be aad in private families 
in the neighborhood of the Seminary for $2.50 or $3.00 a week. 

Pecuniary Aid. — From the American Education Society, supplemented by the 
"Western Education Society and the Scholarship funds of the Seminary, a total of 
one hundred and fifty dollars a year for students in the regular course, and one hun- 
dred and twenty dollars for those in the special course, is furnished to those who 
cannot provide the means to pay their own expenses without undue delay in 
their studies, and who give promise of usefulness in the ministry. Students also 
receive medical attendance in case of illness without charge, and enjoy opportunities 
for earning money by teaching, mission work, and preaching. 

Application for admission or for catalogues may be made to the Professors, or to 
Rev. M. F. Hollister, Secretary and Treasurer, 45 Warren Avenue, Chicago, 111. 



1888.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 67 

HARTFORD THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Hartford, Ct. 

Opened in 1834. 

FACULTY. 

William Thompson, d. d., Professor Emeritus of the Hebrew Language and Lit- 
erature. 

Chester D. Hartranft, d. d., Waldo Professor of Biblical and Ecclesiastical 
History. 

liMWBLLTK Pratt, d. d., Professor of Practical Theology. 

Edwin G. Bissrll, d. d., Nettleton Professor of the Hebrew Language and Litera- 
ture, and Instructor in Biblical Aramaic and Syriac. 

A. C Zbnos, a. m., Hosmer Professor of New Testament Exegesis. 

Bev. Graham Taylor, a. m., Professor of Practical Theology. 

Bev. Clark S. Brardslee, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology. 

Waldo S. Pratt, a. m. , Associate Professor of Ecclesiastical Music and JSymnology. 

Bey. Arthur L. Gillett, a.m., Instructor in Apologetics. 

Ernest C Richardson, a. b., Associate Professor of Bibliology, and Librarian. 

F. C Robertson, a. m., Instructor in Elocution. 

Augustus C. Thompson, d. d., Lecturer on Foreign Missions. 

RECENT LECTURERS ON THE CAREW FOUNDATION. 

Prof. Henry Drummond, ll. d., E. F. Burr, d. d., Rev. David Gregg. 
A course of Lectures may be expected from Pres. F. L. Patton, d.d., ll. d. 



By its organization the Seminary is closely allied to the churches through the Pas- 
toral Union, which annually elects the trustees. 

The plan of instruction is so arranged as to make the study of the Bible the chief 
feature of the entire course. The patrons, guardians, and teachers of the Institution 
are persuaded that an exegetical and experimental knowledge of the Divine Word 
should be sought first of all by candidates for the gospel ministry. They also believe 
that scholarly investigation, controlled and tempered by the spirit of truth, justifies 
unfaltering adherence to the doctrinal system set forth in the creed of the Pastoral 
Union, to which the professors annually give their assent, and which is in accord 
with the historical belief of New England Congregationalism, as embodied in accred- 
ited formulas. The effort is made to bring the several departments into such rela- 
tions as shall give both scientific and vital unity to the course of instruction. 

It is the aim of each professor to strengthen, on the part of the students, the habit 
of personal investigation. Daily drills bring teachers and pupils into such close 
relations as favor mental activity and appropriate criticism, the purpose being to 
train as well as to teach, to illustrate correct methods while their results are pre- 
sented. 

Terms of Admission. — Candidates for admission are expected to produce evi- 
dence that they are members of some Christian church, and that they have graduated 
at some college, or have made such literary acquisitions as, in the opinion of the 
Faculty, are an equivalent preparation for theological studies. They will be ex- 
amined: in reference to their personal piety and their motives in seeking the ministry. 

Beside lectures on Congregationalism, moot councils are held from time to time, 
lor the purpose of making the student familiar with the principles and usages of our 
church polity. 

Instruction is provided for all the classes in ecclesiastical music throughout each 



Expenses. — No charge is made for tuition, room rent, or the use of the library. 
The rooms are supplied with the necessary articles of furniture. 

Arrangements for board, at a common table, are made by the trustees. 

The average cost of board has been $3.50 per week. To aid in meeting this ex- 
pense, several scholarships have been endowed. Further assistance wilfoe furnished 
in proportion to the necessities of each student, at the discretion of the Faculty. Fuel 
and lights may be estimated at from $10 to $15 the year for each room. The Ameri- 
can Education Society renders aid to the amount of from $75 to $100 annually. 
Students who are licensed have occasional opportunities to preach for compensation. 

Calendar. — There is but one term of study in the year, which begins on the 
third Thursday of September, and closes on the second Thursday of May. Students 
have opportunity in the long vacation to engage in some form of Christian activity, 
from which they may derive religious advantages and practical knowledge, as well 
as pecuniary benefit. 

Perrons desiring to join the Seminary are invited to address the Dean of the 
Faculty, ;from whom they will receive any needed additional information. 



68 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY IN OBERLIN COLLEGE, 

'Qberlin, Ohio. 
Opened for service in 1835. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Jambs H. Fairchild, President, Finney Professor of Theology and Moral 
Philosophy. 

Rev. William G. Ballantine, Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature. 

Rev. G Frederick Wright, Professor of New Testament Language and Literature. 

Rev. Albert H. Currier, Holbiook Professor of Sacred Rhetorio and Pastoral 
Theology. 

Rev. Frank H. Foster, Professor of Church History. 

Rev. William B. Chamberlain, Instructor in Elocution. 

Rev. John Leadingham, Principal and Professor of Theology in the Slavic De- 
partment. 

Rev. Edward I. Bosworth, Professor of the English Bible. 

Rev. A. Hastings Ross, Special Lecturer on Church Polity. 

Rev. James Douglas, Douglas Lecturer on the Relations of Science and Religion, 
and on Comparative Religion. 

The Department of Theology is open to the admission of students of every denomi- 
nation. A full collegiate education, or its equivalent, is required for admission to 
the Classical Course, upon the completion of which the Academic Degree of Bachelor 
of Divinity (b. d.) is conferred. 

Classical Course. — This has recently been greatly enlarged and rearranged upon 
the elective system. Candidates for a degree are required to have completed work 
amounting to 1,168 hours of lectures and recitations (besides elocutionary and rhetor- 
ical work). Of this work, 649 hours are required, including courses in Exegesis of 
the Greek New Testament, Natural and Revealed Tht ology, Church History, Homi- 
letics, Relations of Science and Religion, and the Forms of Modern Scepticism 

In addition, 1,252 hours of elective work are offered, of which the student must 
elect at least 519 hours. The elective courses include Hebrew and Old Testament 
Exegesis, Old Testament Introduction and Theology, Aramaic, Septuagint Greek, 
New Testament Exegesis, Church History, History of Doctrine, Church Polity, 
Homiletics, and Pastoral Theology. 

English Course. — This is to prepare mature men for the ministry in two years. 
It includes preparatory studies in Rhetoric and Philosophy, 340 hours Exegesis of 
the English Bible, Special Lectures, and the full course of Systematic and Practical 
Theology. 

Slavic Department. — A department has been opened to train up evangelists 
and pastors for the Slavic immigrants (400,000 strong) in this country. A Principal, 
who teaches the English Bible, and a Bohemian-American teacher of the Slavic 
languages have been appointed. Seven regulnr students are in attendance. The 
Seminary has no funds for the work, but depends upon current contributions. An 
endowment of $60,000 was recommended by the National Council of 1886, and is 
urgently needed. 

Library. — The Libraries of the College contain over twenty thousand volumes. 

Council Hall, the building devoted exclusively to the Department of Theology, 
provides fully furnished rooms for fifty students. No expense is incuired for instruc- 
tion, or for the use of the libraries or public rooms; and the students in Theology 
enjoy, without charge, the privileges of all the other departments of the College. 
The price of board is from $2.00 to $2.50 per week, or from $70.00 to $87.50 for the 
thirty-five weeks of the theological year. Fuel and lights will not cost more than 
$15.00. Add the charge of $5.00 per term for the care of the building, and the entire 
necessai*y expenses of the year— not including clothing, travelling expenses, and 
books — need not exceed $100.00. 

Help is granted from scholarship funds contributed by friends of the Department 
and from the American Educatiou Society. The amount ordinarily received from 
both these sources does not vary much from $150.00. 

The opportunities for students to aid in meeting their expenses are sufficiently 
numerous. Some are employed as teachers in the Preparatory School connected with 
the College, and the amount received for teaching an hour each day exceeds the cost 
of board, viany vacant pulpits in the vicinity are supplied by theological students, 
for which compensation is rendered. During the summer vacation of fifteen weeks, 
all members of the Department may supply vacant pulpits in home-missionary and 
other fields; and such opportunities are abundant. 

The year of study in this Department consists of thirty -five weeks in three terms. 
The anniversary occurs Friday, June 1, 1888. The next year begins Tuesday, Sept. 
11, 1888. 



1888.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 69 

PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Oakland, Cal. 

Opened for service June, 1869. 

FACULTY. 

Joseph A. Benton, d. d., Professor of Sacred Literature and( pro tern. ) of Philosophy. 

Israel E. Dwtnell, d. d.» Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, and 
{pro tern.) of New Testament Greek. 

George Mooab, d. d., Professor of Systematic Theology, and {pro tern.) of Eccle- 
siastical Historv. 

Lectures are given frequently by leading pastors of the State. 

Regular Studies. —First Year. Greek; Hebrew; Sacred Geography and An- 
tiquities. Origin, History, Authority, Inspiration, and Canon of the Bible; Inter- 
pretation of the Scriptures; Religions of the World, other than the Christian; 
Natural Science; Mental and Moral Science; Rhetorical Exercises. 

Second Year. — Biblical Theology ; Greek ; Hebrew ; Exercises in the Exposition 
of the Scriptures; Systematic Theology; History of Doctrines; Rhetorical Exercises 
continued. 

Third Year. — Pastoral Theology; Church History; Church Polity; Homiletics; 
Rhetorical Exercises continued; Connection of Natural Science with Religion. 
[An Exercise in Hebrew and Greek Exegesis twice each week during the second and 
third years.] 

Special Studies. — In special cases, particular and modified courses of instruction 
will be given to those who cannot remain three years, or who, for other reasons, 
cannot take the full course of three years ; and these courses of instruction will be 
adapted to the necessities of each person, it being understood that every one of this 
class will continue his studies as long as practicable. 

Preparatory Studies. — Young men who have not had the advantage of a col- 
legiate course, and who are, for good reasons, debarred from the prospect of such a 
course, are enabled to pursue literary and scientific studies under the direction of 
the professors in the Hopkins Academy, immediately associated with the Seminary. 
These preparatory studies will vary with the requirements of each student. 

Calendar. — The year consists of but one term, and begins with the first of 
September and ends with the middle of May. There will be a recess during the 
Christmas holidays. Students should begin promptly with the term. 

Terms of Admission. — Credible evidence of piety, membership in some evan- 
gelical church, a collegiate education, or such other literary and scientific attain- 
ments as promise a fair degree of usefulness, will entitle all young men to the 
advantages of this Seminary. The benefits of the institution are accorded alike to 
students of all denominations of Christians. 



Expenses. — There will be no charge for tuition, rent of rooms, or use of furniture. 
The trustees will, as far as practicable, furnish text-books free to those who are in 
need, themselves being the judges of the necessity. Those who desire it can board 
on the premises at the rate of $3.00 per week. Fifty cents additional will be charged 
for washing. 

Pecuniary Aid. — The American Education Society will render aid to the pupils 
of this Seminary who are needy, who are college graduates, and who take the full 
course of three years. The amount bestowed will be, when possible, $100 a year to 
each beneficiary. Seven paying scholarships yield an average of about $130 each per 
year to six beneficiaries. 

An endeavor is continually made to provide for all the wants of every young man 
who wishes to take the full course of study, and every such person is urged to come 
to the Seminary, whether he has any means of his own or not. It is believed that 
the necessary expenses of a Theological School are less here than anywhere else in 
the Union. 

No happier situation is known than the one occupied by this Seminary. The 
climate is unequalled for stimulating qualities, for mildness, and for general fineness. 
It is favorable to study every month in the year. It is a cure for many forms of 
invalidism. The scenery about the site is not inferior to that of the far-famed Bay 
of Naples itself . Both the beauties and the grandeurs of nature are within reach; 
and, to some extent, those of man, also. 



1888.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 71 

DIVINITY SCHOOL OF YALE UNIVERSITY, New Haven, Conn. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Timothy Dwight, d. d., ll. d., President. 

George E. Day, d. d., Professor of the Hebrew Language and Literature and Bib- 
lical Theology (Old Testament). 

Samuel Harris, d. d., ll. d., Professor of Systematic Theology. 

George P. Fisher, d. d., ll. d., Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 

Lewis O. Brastow, d. d., Professor of Homiletics and the Pastoral Charge. 

JohnE. Russell, b. d., Professor of Biblical Theology (New Testament). 

George B. Stevens, d. d., Professor of New Testament Criticism and Interpretation, 

William R. Harper, ph. d. (University Professor of the Semitic Languages), 
Instructor in Hebrew. 

Marx Bailey, m. a., Instructor in Elocution. 

SPECIAL LECTURERS. 

John A. Broadus, d. d., Lyman Beecher Lecturer on Preaching, and the Ministerial 

IMs. 
John Hall, d. d., ll. d. (subject to be announced). 

Principal S. G. Armstrong, on Education of the Colored and Indian Races. 
Prof. Leonard J. Sanford, m. d., on the Preservation of Health. 

Relation to the University. — The Divinity School is one of the Departments 
of Yale University. Its members receive from the Corporation, on completing their 
three-years' course of study, the degree of b. d. They have access to the public col- 
lections of the University, such as the Library, the Peabody Museum, and the collec- 
tion of paintings and statuary in the School of the Fine Arts. They are permitted 
to attend free of expense, so far as will not conflict with their professional studies, 
the lectures and recitations in the College and the Sheffield Scientific School, and, if 
expecting to become foreign missionaries, those of the Medical Department. 

Course of Study. — The first year is devoted chiefly to Hebrew and the Exegesis 
of the Greek New Testament: the second year to Systematic Theology, Church His- 
tory, Old Testament Biblical Theology, and Church Polity; the third year to Sacred 
Rhetoric, the History of Christian Doctrine, and New Testament Biblical Theology. 
Additional lectures on Preaching and other important subjects are delivered before 
all the classes by eminent ministers and scholars in this country and Europe. There 
are also optional classes conducted by the Professors in New Testament Introduction, 
German, Syriao, and Chaldee. Once a week there is a rhetorical exercise for all the 
Classes. Instruction in vocal culture and elocution is continued through the entire 
oonrse. 

Graduate or Fourth-Year Class. — Students who have completed a three- 
years' course of theological study, here or elsewhere, are admitted to the Graduate 
Class, established eight years since, in which advanced studies in Theology are pur- 
sued under the direction of the Professors. 

The Libraries of the University, to which the students have access, including the 
Reference Library of the Divinity School, contain about 180,000 volumes. 

The Hooker Fellowship, for the encouragement of further theological study 
in this country or abroad, the income of which is $700 a year for two years after 
graduation, is offered to the class entering in September, 1888. 

Expenses. — There is no charge for instruction, use of libraries, or room rent. 
The rooms, which will accommodate one hundred and fifty students, are designed in 
general for only one occupant Each room has a bedroom attached, and is carpeted 
and furnished with all needful furniture except bedclothing. The chief expenses for 
the session are for board, $3.25 to $3.50 a week; fuel and light, $25 to $30; and $10 a 
year for care of room and incidental expenses. 

Scholarship Funds and other Aids. — Students whose circumstances require 
it are aided to the amount of $100 a year, from the income of scholarship funds. 
Additional aid to the amount of $75 is afforded by the American Education Society 
to its beneficiaries. 

Commencement of the Term. — The present annual term of study began on 
Thursday, Sept. 22, 1887, and continues till the third Wednesday in May (anniver- 
sary), when the vacation of four months, in which the students have the opportunity 
to engage in some form of remunerative labor, will commence. The next annual 
term wul begin on Thursday, Sept. 20, 1888. 

Application for Admission.— The Seminary is open on equal terms to students 
of all Christian denominations. Applications for admission, or for the annual Cat- 
alogue containing further information, maybe made to the Secretary, Prof. George. 
E. Day, New Haven, Conn., or to any other member of the Faculty. 



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[1888. 



STUDENTS. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



1 *College and .Year 
of Graduating. 



Ablett, John Charles, Hudson, Mich. 
Acker man. Arthur Wilmot, W. Medford,Mass. 
Adams, Harry Clay, South field, Mass. 
Adams, Silas Nelson, Bucks port, Me. 
Adkins, James Burton, Grinnell, Io. 
Allen, Herbert Ormsbee, Fair Haven, Vt. 
Alvord, James Church. Northampton, Mass. 
Anderegg, Frederick, Oberlin, O. 
Anderson, James Alexander, Portland, Me. 
Anderson, Knut Emil. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Anderson, Willis Austin. Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Angel. Bernhard, New York. 
Archibald, Andrew "Webster, Ottumwa, Io. 
Armes, Arza Herbert, Nashua, N. H. 
Armstrong, Charles Newton, Pierce, Neb. 
Armstrong, Lyman Paul. Oakland, Cal. 
Avery, George Walter, Bangor, Me. 
Bacon, Theodore Davenport, New Haven, Ct. 
Bailey, Henry.Lincoln, Franklin, N. Y. 
Baird, Lucius Olmsted, Chicago, 111. 
Baker, Frank Clyde, Bay City, Mich. 
Baker, William Lindal, Wooster, O. 
Baldwin, Samuel Arthur, Oberlin, O. 
Ball, Francis Kingsley, Springfield, Mo. 
Ball, Marcellus Ashley, Norwood Park, 111. 
Ball, Robert Hollinshed, Lockport, N. Y. 
Bancroft, Frank Edsall, Arkport, N. Y. 
Barber, James Earnest, Orange, O. 
Barrett, Frank William Zelotus, Clarksfield, O. 
Barton, Rol>ert Jacob, Johnson, Vt. 
Barton, William Eleazar, Sublette, 111. 
Bastel, Frederick Theodore, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Batchelder, Fred'k Perkins, Haverhill, N. H. 
Bates, Charles Sumner, Marshfield, Mass. 
Bates, George Latimer, Abingdon, 111. 
Beard, Gerald Hamilton, Chicago, 111. 
Beede, Aaron, Athens, Me. 
Beers, Eli, Bridgewater, Ct. 
Beran, John, Muscoda, Wis. 
Bigelow, Edwin Victor, Seattle, W. T. 
Bixler, James Wilson, Hanover, Pa. 
Bjorklund, John Emil, Worcester, Mass. 
Blakely, Daniel Webster, Peakville, Mo. 
Bliss, Leon Dustin, Oakland, Cal. 
Bourne, Henry Elbridge, Sharon, Ct. 
Boyd, Herbert Wendell, Granby, Mass. 
Bowen, Tom Francis, Scranton, Pa. 
Bradstreet, Albert Edward, Ipswich, Mass. 
Braithwaite, Edward Ernest, Unionville, Ont. 



Williams, 



1886 
1885 



Iowa, 
Ripon, — 

Williams, 1886 
Oberlin, 1885 

EdinburgU. — 

Kalamazoo, 1882 

Union, 1872 

Dartmouth, 1885 

Washburn, 1886 

Scientific School. 
Middlebury, 1886 
Yale, 1885 

Oberlin, 1886 

Oberlin, 
Drury, 

Hamilton, 



1887 
1886 
1886 



Coe, 
Oberlin, — 

Middlebury, 1884 
Berea, 1885 

Adelbert, 1886 
Dartmouth, 1886 



tSeminary and 
Class. 



Knox, 
Yale, 
Bates, 
Yale, 



1885 
1887 
1844 
1886 



Wash'ton U. 1887 
Amherst, 1882 

Park 

Dartmouth, 1883 

Yale. 1883 

Oberlin, 1883 

Oberlin, — 

McGill Univ. 1886 



Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Hartford, Mid. 
Bangor, Sen. 
Chicago, Sen. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Andover, Sen. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Bangor, Mid. 
Chicago, 8io. Jun. 
Andover, Sen. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Andover, R. L. 
Andover, Mid. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Pacific, Mid. 
Bangor, Mid. 
Yale, Mid. 

Hartford, Mid. 
Yale, Jun. 

Yale, Jun. 

Pacific, Sen. 

Oberlin, Jun. 
Oberlin, Jun. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Hartford, Mid. 
Oberlin, Sp. 

Andover, Jun. 
Oberlin, Jun. 
Hartford, Mid. 
Oberlin, Jun. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Andover, Jun. 
Bangor, Jun. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Yale, Jun. 

Andover, Jun. 
Yale, Mid. 

OberlinjSfau.Sen. 
Yale, Jun. 

Yale, Grad. 

Chicago, Sw. Mid. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Andover, Sen. 
Yale, Grad. 

Andover, Adv. 
Bangor, Sen. 

Oberlin, Sen. 
Oberlin, Jun. 



* A dash in the column of colleges implies that the student has never been connected with 
any college ; the name of a college followed by a dash in place of year implies that the student 
was connected with that college, hut did not complete the course. A list of the colleges and 
universities may be found at the end of this list. 

t " Sen." means Senior. "Mid." Middle. "Jun." Junior. "Sp." means Special Course; 
and when followed by "Sen.," "Mid.," or "Jun.," means Special Course Senior and the like. 
•' R. L." means Resident Licentiate. " R. S.," Resident Student, and these two Resident Students 
at Andover are included in summary as Licentiates. " Grad." means Graduate Class. " Adv." 
means Advanced Class. "2). JV.," "6?«r.," Slav." and "Sw." mean Dano-Nortoegian, German, 
Slavic, and Swedish Departments, in Chicago and Oberlin. 



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73 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Bright, Jesse Levi, Columbus, O. 
Brodie, Andrew Melrose, Aurora, Ont. 
Broras, John Theodore, Oakland, Gal. 
Brown, Edwin Call, Bangor, Me. 
Brown, Sherman William. W. Winfield, N. Y. 
Brown, Sterling Nelson, Cleveland, O. 
Buck, George Melon, Crown Point, N. Y. 
Buck ham, John Wright, Burlington, Vt. 
Buell, Lewin Frank, Madison, Ct. 
Burr, Hanford Montrose, Lyme, Ct. 
Burroughs, Chas. Frederick, Worcester, Mass. 
Burroughs, Frederick Widmer, Wyoming, O. 
Burtner, Daniel Emery, West Fairview, Pa. 
Burtt, Benjamin Hardin, Utica, Ind. 
Buttner, Henry, Burkesville, 111. 
Caldwell, Earnest LeRoy, Windsor, Ct. 
Calhoun, Harry Campbell, Goheenville, Pa. 
Campbell, Walter Webster, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Carlin, Charles Victor, Chicago, III. 
Carlson, Eskil Magnus, Gibson City, 111. 
Chamberlain, William Embert, Oberlin, O. 
Chandler, Edward Herrick, Madura, So. India. 
Chandler, Everett Sawyer, Albion, Neb. 
Channon, Irving Monroe, Davenport, Io. 
Chapin, Robert Coit, Beloit, Wis. 
Chapman, Edw'd Mortimer, Old Saybrook, Ct. 
Chase, Abram Lanman, Centre ville, Pa. 
Chesley, Egbert Morse, Boston, Mass. 
Child, Eli Alexander, Hortonville, Wis. 
Child, Emma Logan, Hortonville, Wis. 
Chunn, Clay Dent, Chaptico, Md. 
Chunn, Mark Wilson, Mechanics ville, Md. 
Clark, Calvin Montague, West Salem, Wis. 
Clarke, Charles Franklin, Columbia, Ct. 
Clemmer, Ephraim Bechtel, Clayton, Pa. 
Cochlin, Demas, Sidney, O. 
Cole, Samuel Valentine, Andover, Mass. 
Cole, William Isaac, Brunswick, Me. 
Collier, Thomas Jefferson, Berea, O. 
Collom, Joseph Edward, Golden, Col. 
Conard, John William, Shenandoah, Io. 
Conley, Henry Washburn, Ellsworth Falls,Me. 
Cooley, Harvey George, Waverly, N. Y. 
Cory, Empson, Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Cotton, Henry Alonzo, Amity, Mo. 
Covell, Arthur John, Napoleon, Mich. 
Cozad, Gertrude, Cleveland, O. 
Cozad, Jane, Cleveland, O. 
Crawford, Charles Dow, Springfield, Mo. 
Creelman, Harlan, York, Me. 
Cross, Allen Eastman, Manchester, N. H. 
Curtis, William Leavitt, Marion, Ala. 
Dahl, Olaus, Lochiel, Wis. 
Daniels, Arthur Hill, Millis, Mass. 
Davidson, William Watts, Gibsonville, N. C. 
Davies, Henry, London, England. 
Davies, Howell, Swanzea, Wales. 
Davies, William, Sam, Wales. 
Davis, Francis Ward, Princeton, Mass. 
Day, Ernest Everett, Steubenville, O. 
Dexter, Frank Norman, Hermosa, 111. 
Dickerman, Josiah Pope, Foxboro', Mass. 
Dickinson, Selden Curtis, Randolph, O. 
pidricksen, Sevrin Kristian, Boston, Mass. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Oberlin, — 



Hamilton, 1887 

Fisk Univ. 1886 

Amherst, 1886 

Univ. Vt. 1886 

Yale, 1885 

Amherst, 1885 

Oberlin, 1886 

Lebanon Val. 1886 
Oberlin, 1886 

Yale, 1887 

Mich. Univ. 1886 



Oberlin, 
Yale, 



1887 
1885 



Oberlin, 1887 

Beloit, 1886 

Yale, 1884 

Allegheny, 1886 

Harvard, 1877 

Hillsdale, — 
Lawrence U. 1886 

WestMd. 1882 

Williams, 1884 

Yale, 1886 

Oberlin, 1885 

O.Wesleyan, 1886 

Bowdoin, 1874 

Bowdoin, 1881 

Christ'n Unv. — 



Wabash, 1885 
Drury, 1885 

Michigan U. 1887 
Adelbert, 1887 

Drury, 1887 

N. Brunswick U. 
Amherst, 1886 
Doane, 1886 

Luther, 1885 

Olivet, 1887 

Yadkin, 1880 

Cheshunt, — 
Cong.Mont'al, — 
Haverford, — 



Beloit, 

Amherst, 

Oberlin, 



1886 
1887 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Yale, Jun. 

Chicago, Sen. 
Pacific, • Jun. 
Bangor, Jun. 
Andover, Jun. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Andover, Jun. 
Andover, Sen. 
Yale, Sen. 

Hartford, Sen. 
Bangor, Mid. 
Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Jun. 

Oberlin, Mid. 
ChicagOjCrer.Mid. 
Yale, Jun. 

Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Andover, Jun. 
Chicago, Sw. 
Chicago, £w. Jun. 
Oberlin, Jun. 
Andover, Sen. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Oberlin, Jun. 
Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Mid. 

Pacific, Sen. 

Bangor, Mid. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Oberlin, Jun. 
Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Grad. 

Andover, Sen. 
Yale, Mid. 

Oberlin, Sen. 
Yale, Jun. 

Andover, Adv. 
Andover, Sen. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Oberlin, Sen. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Bangor, Jun. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 



Yale, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 



Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 

Sp. 

Sp. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 



Chicago, J3p. Mid. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Yale, Jun. 

Oberlin, Jun. 
Chicago,D.-AT.Md. 



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[1888. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Din8more, Charles Allen, Stowe, Vt. 
Doggett, Lawrence Locke, Manchester, Io. 
Dole, Charles Joel, Oberlin, O. 
Dorward, James Cheney, San Francisco, Cal. 
Douglass, Newell F M Genoa Junction, Wis. 
Drew, Francis Lee, Lisle, N. S. 
Dunn, Charles Wyckoff, Galesburg, HI. 
Dyrness, Christen Torstenson, Bergen,Norway. 
Eastman, Geo. Pomeroy, Framingham, Mass. 
Eddy, William David, Gansevoort, N. Y. 
Edmands, Thomas Merrill, Lowell, Mass. 
Edmonds, Kobert Henry, Tina, Mo. 
Ekman, Gustaf Adolf, Chicago, 111. 
Emerson, Stephen Goodhue, Kennebunkport, 
Enlow, Charles Egbert, Quincy, 111. [Me. 

Evans, Daniel, Minooka, Pa. 
Evans, David Abijah, Providence, R. L 
Ferguson, Frank LaDu, Clio, Mich. 
Forbes, Frank Sumner, Brooks, Me. 
Ford, Edward Torrey, Brockton, Mass. 
Franklin, John Lester, New Haven, Ct. 
Freddenhagen, Edward Adolph, Hinsdale, 111. 
Freeman, Marston Stanley, Amherst, 0. 
Gearhart, Charles Dennis, Calliope, Io. 
Geer, Curtis Manning, Colchester, Ct. 
Gentle, John Lock wood, Southport, Ind. 
Ghormley, David Elmer, Partridge, Kan. 
Goodwin, Sam Henry, Mendon, Mich. 
Greene, Frederick Davis, Constantinople, Tur. 
Greene, Harvey Bartlett, Lowell, Mass. 
Greenlees, Chas. Andrew, Glensharrald, Kan. 
Grey, William James, River Falls, Wis. 
Griffiths, William, Cwmllynfell, South Wales. 
Griffiths, Wm. Abertawe, Swansea, Wales. 
Gullander, Lewis, Sperry, Io. 
Gunn, Franklin Fuller, E. Lake George, N. Y. 
Gunn, Joseph Wallace, Fergus Falls, Minn. 
Hale, Edson Dwinell, Lugonia, Cal. 
Hall, John Coleman, Bangor, Me. 
Hansen, Ivar Marius, Blair, Neb. 
Hanson, William Peter, New Haven, Ct. 
Harbutt, Charles, Chicago, 111. 
Harding, Philip Edward, Anderson, Ont. 
Hardy, Noah Edwin, Nelson, N. H. 
Hardy, William Prescott, Marlboro', N. H. 
Harris, Eugene, Nashville, Tenn. 
Haskell, Edward Bell, Collamer, O. 
Hastings, Allen, Webster, Mass. 
Haven, Egbert Dewey, San Francisco, Cal. 
Hedelund,Wilhelm Peter Hansen,N.Haven,Ct. 
Herman, John Edward, Warsaw, N. Y. 
Heustiss, Charles Hole, Bertrand, Neb. 
Hicks, Frank Benjamin, Union, Ind. 
Hilkerbaumer, Richard, Drake, Mo. 
Hilliard, Dow Lee, North Craftsbury, Vt. 
Hines, Frank Bristow, Bristol, Mo. 
Hitchcock, Albert Wellman, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Hjortsvang,Engel Augustinus Bornholm, Den- 
Hoffman, Jesse Dennis, Fen ton, Mich. [mark. 
Hodgdon, Thomas Manning, Greenland, N. H. 
Hogue, Robert Murray, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hollister, Frederic Morton, Olivet, Mich. 
Holp, Lincoln Archer, Columbus, O. 
Holton, Edward Payson, Everett, Mass. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 


Beminary and 


Class. 


Kentucky Un. — 


Yale, Sen. 


Oberlin, 


1886 


Oberlin, Mid. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Sp. Jan. 


— 


— 


Pacific, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Sen. 


Knox, 


1881 


Chicago, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago,D.JV:Md. 


Amherst, 


1884 


Yale, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Mid. 


Dartmouth, 


1883 


Andover, Sen. 


Avalon, 


1885 


Oberlin, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sto. Mid. 


Dartmouth, 


1887 


Oberlin, Jun. 


Hillsdale, 


— 


Oberlin, Jim. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Jun. 


Albert Univ 


i 


Yale, Sen. 


Bates, 


1886 


Oberlin, Sen. 


Amherst, 


1886 


Yale, Jim. 


Yale, 


1879 


Yale, Grad. 


Oberlin, 


1886 


Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Oberlin, Jun. 


Williams, 


1887 


Chicago. Sp. Sen. 
Hartford, Jun. 


Ind. Univ. 


1884 


Yale, Mid. 


Wooster U. 


1887 


Yale, Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Jun. 


Amherst, 


1885 


Yale, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


Washburn, 


1886 


Chicago, Mid. 


Beloit, 


1885 


Chicago, Sen. 


Carmarthen 


,1886 


Yale, Mid. 


Oberlin, 


— 


Oberlin, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago,&i0. Mid. 


Williams, 


1882 


Andover, Adv. 


Carleton, 


1886 


Yale, Jun. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Pacific, Sen. 


Bowdoin, 


1885 


Bangor, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, D.NJu, 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, R. L. 


Coburg Inst 


• ^™ * 


Oberlin, Sen. 


Amherst, 


1887 


Hartford, Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1887 


Hartford, Jun. 


Fiske Univ. 


1887 


Oberlin, Jun, 


Marietta, 


1887 


Oberlin, Jun. 


Amherst, 


1884 


Hartford, Mid. 


Hamilton, 


1865 


Pacific, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago,Z>.2V. Ju. 


Un. Bib. Inst. — 


Yale, Sen 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Sp. 


Beloit, 


1885 


Chicago, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Ger. Sen. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Mid. 


Drury, 


1885 


Andover, Sen. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Yale, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago,/).^. Ju. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1884 


Hartford, Sen. 


Penn. U. 


1886 


Yale, Mid. 


Olivet, 


1887 


Hartford, Jun. 


Otterbein Univ. 


Yale, Jun. 


Amherst, 


1887 


Yale, Jun. 



1888.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



75 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Hosford, Charles Harlow, Sedan, Kan. 
Hudson, Peter James, Eagletown, I. T. 
Hughes, James Boaz, Redwood City, Gal. 
Hunnewell, Frank Simmons, Brookline, Mass. 
Hunt, William Sherman, Durand, Wis. 
Hurst, Geo. Brinton McClellan, Circleville, O. 
Hatching, Herbert Bacon, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Isakson, Andrew John J., Dagas Mines, Pa. 
Jackman, George William, Grandville, Mich. 
James, D. Melancthon, Baltimore, Md. 
James, David Rhys, Llangaddock, Wales. 
Jeffery, Frank Ellsworth, Galeshurg, 111. 
Jelinek, Joseph, Reskoric, Bohemia. 
Jezek, Frank, Blovec, Bohemia. 
Johansson, Johan, Warren, Minn. 
John, Lewis Franklin, Dayton, O. 
Johnson, Andrew, Lemon t, HI. 
Johnson, John Edward, Chicago, 111. 
Jones, David Hugh, Bangor, Pa. 
Jones, Frederick Vernon, Chicago, HI. 
Kambouropoulos, Gabriel B.,Magnesia,Turk'y. 
Kaye, Alexander Smith, Chicago, HI. 
Keep, Elisha Aver, Newmarket, N. H. 
Keller, Lewis Henry, Upper Sandusky, O. 
Kelley, Arthur W., Auburndale, Mass. 
Kenngott, George Frederick, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Kientsch, Jakob Friedrich, Schutzingen, Ger. 
Kilbon, John Luther, Lee, Mass. 
Kilbourn, John Kenyon, Pittsford, N. Y. 
Kildsig, Jens Jensen, Chicago, 111. 
Klose, William Henry, Mifflinberg, Pa. 
Kolding, Niels Jorgen Hansen, Kolding, Den. 
Koyano, Keizo, Kumagai, Japan. 
Knapp, George Perkins, Bitlis, Turkey. 
Knutsen, Henry Stefan ron Mehren, Lake, 111. 
Lay, Corliss Wilkes, Kewanee, 111. 
Lee, Gerald Stanley, Brattleboro', Vt. 
Lewis, Carletto Franoello, Worcester, Mass. 
Lewis, Frank Fales, Stillman Valley, III. 
Lewis, Thomas Stephen, Tomhicken, Pa. 
Lloyd, Wm. Webster, Ravenswood, 111. 
Lockhart, Clinton, Millersburg, Ky. 
Long, Luther Kendall, Strong City, Kan. 
Loomis, Charles, Charlestown, O. 
Loomis, George Albert, East Greenwich, B. I. 
Lowing, Frank Chester, Oberlin, O. 
Lucas, George Andrew, Cleveland, O. 
Luckey, Frank Banney, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Lundgren, Charles Johan, Wannersburg, Kan. 
Lyon, Clarence Cady, Monson, Mass. 
Maar, Frederic Henry, Nuremberg, Germany. 
McBriar, Thomas, South Boston, Mass. 
McCartney, Henry, Nashville, Mich. 
McClellan, George Marion, Nashville, Tenn. 
McDermid, Duncan, Lawrence, Mass. 
Macdonnell, Thomas Meade, Dallas, Texas. 
MacGown, Henry Albert, Clinton, Mass. 
McKay, Neill, Lake Ainslie, N. S. 
McLaren, James Henry, Souris, P. E. I. 
Maclennan, John James, Manly, Kan. 
McSkimming, David Dee, Cromwell, Io. 
Mank, Herbert Gardiner, Union, Me. 
Manning, Frederic Wilbur, Andover, Mass. 
Manship, Winfield Scott, Honey brook, Pa. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Washburn, — 



Carlton, 1886 
Nat. Nor. U. 1886 
Harvard, 1886 



Rand'phMacon,'81 
New London, — 
Knox, 1887 



Otterbein U. 1883 



Amherst, 1886 



Adrian, — 

Amherst, 1879 

Amherst, 1886 

Williams, 1886 

Hamilton, 1874 

Boanoke, 1886 



Amherst, 
Harvard, 

Knox, 



1885 
1887 

1887 



Middlebury, 1886 

Beloit, 1884 

Beloit, 1886 
Kentucky U. 1886 

Adrian, 1883 

Amherst, 1882 

Brown Un. 1884 



Cornell, 
Bates, 



Olivet, 
Fisk U. 
Hillsdale, 

Amherst, 
Dalhousie, 



1882 



1886 
1885 



1886 



Amherst, 1885 
Colorado, 1886 
Wesleyan U. 1886 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Hartford, Mid. 
Hartford, Jun. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Bangor, Sen. 

Chicago, Jun. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Yale, Jun. 

Chicago, Sw. 
Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Yale, Sen. 

Oberlin, Jun. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Oberlin, Slav. Ju. 
Oberlin, Slav. Ju. 
Chicago, Sw. 
Yale, Sen. 

Chicago,&t0. Mid. 
Chicago, Sw. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Chicago, Sp. Sen. 
Andover, Mid. 
Chicago, Sp. Sen. 
Andover, Sen. 
Yale, Mid. 

Andover, B. L. 
Andover, Mid. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Hartford, Mid. 
Yale, Grad. 

Chicago,!). iV.Md. 
Yale, Mid. 

Chicago,2).i^. Ju. 
Andover, Sen. 
Hartford, Jun. 
Chicago, Sw. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Yale, Sen. 

Bangor, Mid. 
Yale, Sen. 

Bangor, Mid. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Yale, Grad. 

Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Sen. 

Andover, Sen. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Yale, Sen. 

Chicago, Sw, 
Bangor, Jun. 
Pacific, Jun. 

Bangor, Mid. 
Yale, Jun. 

Hartford, Mid. 
Andover, Adv. 
Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Andover, Mid. 
Bangor, Sen. 

Bangor, Jun. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Andover, Sen. 
Andover, Jun. 
Yale, MicL 



76 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Marsh, Robert Luvern, Lincoln, Neb. 
Martin, Evan Hartzell, Dansville, N. Y. 
Martin, Robert Charles, Washington, D. C. 
Mason, Philip Hannibal, Vermilion, 111. 
Matthews, John Henry, Toronto, Ont. 
Matthews, Newman, Toronto, Ont. 
Maxwell, Leigh Benjamin, Darien, Ga. 
Means, Oliver William, Augusta, Me. 
Meckel, Julius Adolph, Cleveland, O. 
Merrell, Edw. Tracy, Ripon, Wis. 
Mevis, Lyman, Lowell, Mass. 
Miller, John Wool, Lake Mills, Wis. 
Milligan, James Porter, Avion, O. 
Milne, Alexander, Westerly, R. I. 
Miskovsky, Louis Francis, New York, N. Y. 
Moore, Gainer Pierce, Battle Creek, Mich. 
Morris, Webster Morse, Chester, N. H. 
Morrison, George McClellan, Franklin, N. H. 
Morse, Henry Harvey, Plantsville, Ct. 
Morse, Joseph Fairbanks, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Mors tad, Erik Olsen, Wittenberg, Wis. 
Moulton, James Wilber, Guilford, Ct. 
Musil, John, New Bistric, Bohemia. 
Myman, Charles Elmer, Warren, Pa. 
Nakashima, Rikizo, Kiyoto, Japan. 
Narup, Johannes Petersen, Blair, Neb. 
Nelson, Andrew Peter, Paxton, 111. 
Nelson, Gustave Adolph, Chicago, 111. 
Nelson, John, Chicago, 111. 
Nelson, Nels Isaac, St. Louis, Mo. 
Neveceral, Charles, Celov, Poland. 
Newbert, Elmer Ellsworth, Warren, Me. 
Nicholas, John Frederick, Butztown, Pa. 
Nielson, John Peter, Chicago, 111. 
Nilson, Carl Amandus, Tacoma, W. T. 
Niver, Edwin Barnes, Cazenovia, N. Y. 
Nobis, Lewis Barnard, Jersey City, N. J. 
Noble, Frederick Perry, Chicago, 111. 
Noren, Oscar, Stockholm, Wis. 
Noyps, Frederick Brooks, Acton, Mass. 
Nyquist, Carl, New Haven, Ct. 
Ogilvie, David M., Sarnia, Ont. 
Olds, Otis Calvin, Clinton, Wis. 
Oppedal, Thorston Jorgen, Jewell Junction, To. 
Ormes, Manly Dayton, Tuscola, Mich. 
Osgood, Lucien Elmer, Ivanhoe, 111. 
Ostrom, J. Oscar August, Chicago, 111. 
Pappazian, Manasseh Garabed, Aintab, Tur. 
Parsons, Edward Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Patterson, George Willis, Hanover, N. H. 
Payne, Solomon Johnson, Nelson, O. 
Pease, Chas. Benj. Franklin, Buskirks, N. Y. 
Pease, Clarence Henry, New Haven, Ct. 
Peet, Lyman Plimpton, West Haven, Ct. 
Perkins, William Abbott, Harvard, Mass. 
Petry, George, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pettengill, Arthur Gooding, Brewer, Me. 
Phelps, Arthur Stevens, New Haven, Ct. 
Phillips, Milton Sargent, New Haven, Ct. 
Pierce, Lucius Metcalf, West Med way, Mass. 
Pierpont, John, New Haven, Ct. 
Porter, Frank Chamberlain, Beloit, Wis. 
Post, Albert Schuyler, Ottawa, 111. 
Pound, Wm. Hathaway, Canandaigua, N. Y. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Nebraska U. 1884 
Williams, 1872 
Oberlin, 1887 

Carleton, 1883 



Atlanta U. 1886 

Bowdoin, 1884 

Oberlin, — 

Ripon, 1886 

Lincoln U. 1872 
Ohio State U.1886 

City of N. Y. 1884 
Olivet, 1887 

Dartmouth, 1887 
Drury, 1887 

Amherst, 1885 
Amherst, 1884 



Bates, 



1887 



Adelbert, 1884 



Muhlenberg, 1886 



Amherst, 

Beloit, 

Amherst, 



1885 
1885 



Stockholm, T. S. 

Beloit, 1886 

Yale, 1885 

N.L. Stock' m, — 
Cen. Turkey, 1882 
Amherst, 1883 
Dartmouth, 1881 
Oberlin, 1885 

Williams, 1886 

Yale. 1885 

Bowdoin, 1883 
Penn. Univ. 1886 
Bowdoin, 1881 
Yale, 1886 

Drury, 1883 



Yale, 
Beloit, 
Knox, 
Oberlin, 



1883 
1883 
1876 
1885 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Yale, Sen. 

Yale, R. L. 

Yale, Jun. 

Yale, Sen. 

Bangor, Jun. 
Bangor, Jun. 
Hartford, Sen. 
Hartford, R. L. 
Yale, Jan. 

Hartford, Mid. 
Bangor, Jun. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Yale. Seu. 

Oberlin, Jun. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Hartford, Jun. 
Hartford, Jun. 
Yale, Sen. 

Yale, Mid. 

Chicago,/). iV.Md. 
Yale, Jun. 

Oberlin,&lau.Sen. 
Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Yale, Grad. 

Chicago, D.N. Ju. 
Chicago, Sto. Jan. 
Chicago, &to. Jon. 
Chicago, Sw, Jun. 
Chica£O,&0. Jan. 
Oberlin, Slav. Ju. 
Bangor, Jan. 
Yale, Mid,. 

Chicago, D.N. Ju. 
Chicago,&0. Mid. 
Yale, Jan. 

Chicago, Sen. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Chicago, £io. Jun. 
Andover, Mid. 
Yale, Jun 

Chicago, Sp. Sen. 
Chicago, Jan. 
Chicago^D.^T.Md. 
Yale, Mid. 

Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Grad. 

Andover, Sen. 
Oberlin, Jun. 
Yale, Mid. 

Bangor, Jon. 
Yale, Sen. 

Andover, Sen. 
Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Grad. 

Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Grad. 

Chicago, Sp. Sen. 
Yale, Grad. 

Yale, Grad. 

Chicago, Jun. 
Oberlin, Sen. 



1888.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



77 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Powell, Richard, Dowlais, Wales. 
Pratt, Davie Butler, Middleboro, Mass. 
Price, Charles Wesley, Des Moines, Io. 
Prncha, Vaclav, Jezon, Bohemia. 
Quimby, Joseph Langdon, Sandwich, N. H. 
Rader, William, Pomeroy, O. 
Randall, Frederick Dan'l, Hubbardston, Mich. 
Ransom, Charles Newton, Colchester, Ct. 
Rathbone, Leland Dee, Oakland, Cal. 
Regal, Francis Earnest, Oberlin, O. 
Reid, John Dumont, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Reid, John Harrison, Cambridge, N. Y. 
Resner, Andreas, Scotland, D. T. 
Rexford, George Washington, Norwood,N. Y. 
Reynolds, James Bronson, North Haven, Ct. 
Rhees, Benjamin Rush, Plainfield, N. J. 
Richards, Thomas Cole, 2d, West Winsted, Ct. 
Richardson, David Alpheus, Chicago, III. 
Richardson, John Lincoln, Beloit, Wis. 
Richert, Cornelius Cicero, Lehigh, Kan. 
Ricker, Albert Eugene, Sidney, Neb. 
Rijberg, Christian Jensen, Vinderup, Den. 
Risner, Andrew, Scotland, Dak. 
Robbins, James Clarke, Boston, Mass. 
Robert, Joseph Thomas, Chicago, 111. 
Roberts, Harry Parry, LJtica, N. Y. 
Robertson, James Gibson, Salem, N. Y. 
Robinson, Joseph Pearley, Orono, Me. 
Roger, George, Bonne Esperance, Labrador. 
Rogers, Harrie, Grand Junction, Mich. 
Root, Edward Tallmadge, Springfield, O. 
Rose, John Henry, Lindenville, O. 
Rosendahl, Martin, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Ross, Albion Herbert, Norwich, Vt. 
Roth rock, Edgar Sylvanus, Akron, O. 
Russell, Howard Hyde, Corning, Io. 
Sanborn, Daniel Lte, Harrison, Mich. 
Sanborn, Frederick Leslie, Longmont, Col. 
Santikian, Hoohannes K., Harpoot, Turkey. 
Sattler, John, Tyndall, Dak. 
Savvas, Pandilas Kyriako Hadii, Cesarea, Tur. 
Schlechter, Jacob Henry, Scotland, Dak. 
Severance, Charles Nichols, Mexico, N. Y. 
Severance, Claudius Milton, Manchester, Vt. 
♦Sewall, Benson, Bangor, Me. 
Sheaff, Robert Lester, Skowhegan, Me. 
Shearer, Herman Alonzo, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Sheldon, Harry Doud, Hillsdale, Mich. 
Sherman, Charles Colebrook, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Shipman, Frank Robinson, Hartford, Ct. 
Shurtleff, Ernest Warburton, Boston, Mass. 
Sievrin, George, Gothenburg, Sweden. 
Simonsen, Johannes, Kenosha, Wis. 
Sjogvist, John, Hoffman, Minn. 
Slade, William, Thetford, Vt. 
Smiley, Elmer Ellsworth, No. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Smith, Albert David, Peterboro, N. H. 
Smith, Edward Lincoln, Montpelier, Vt. 
Smith, Howard Norton, East Hampton, Ct. 
Smith, Jonathan Green, Oberlin, O. 
Smith, Ralph Joseph, Berea, O. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Bala, — 

Williams, 1883 



Yale, 



Yale, 1880 

Oberlin, 1884 

Oberlin, 1887 

Lafayette, — 

Oberlin, 1886 

Yale, 1884 

Amherst, 1883 

Williams, 1887 

Beloit, 1881 

Beloit, 1887 



Crete Sem. 



Williams, 1886 
Boston Univ. — 
Guinness (Lond.) 

Yale, 1887 

Allegheny, — 

Dartmouth, 1887 
Buchtel, 1886 
Oberlin, — 

Madison, U. — 
Euphrates, 1883 

Cen. Turkey, — 

Hamilton, — 
Middlebury, 1883 
Bowdoin, 1883 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Oberlin, 
Yale, 
Yale, 
Harvard, 



1886 
1883 
1885 



Dartmouth, 1884 

Syracuse U. 1885 

Amherst, 1879 

Yale, 1886 

Oberlin, 1886 



Yale, Jun. 

Andover, Adv. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Oberlin, S/av . Sen . 
Andover, Jun. 
Andover, R. S. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Pacific, Sen. 

Oberlin, Sp. 

Yale, Mid. 

Hartford, Jun. 
Chicago, Ger,Mid. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Yale, Sen. 

Hartford, Sen. 
Hai tford, Jun. 
Chicago, Sen. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Oberlin, Sp. 

Chicago, Sen. 
Chicago, D.N.Jvl. 
Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Pacific, Jun. 

Chicago, R. L. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Yale, Mid. 

Bangor, Sen. 
Bangor, Sen. 

Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Yale, Jun. 

Oberlin, Mid. 
Chicago; Sw, 
Andover, Jun. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Oberlin, Sen. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Andover, Sen. 
Chicago, Ger. Sen. 
Hartford, Jun. 
Chicago, Ger Mid, 
Yale, Sen. 

Yale, Jun. 

Bangor, Sen. 

Bangor, Mid. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Hartford, Jun. 
Yale, Mid- 

Yale, Mid. 

Andover, Sen. 
Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
ChicagOjD.iVr.Md. 
Chicago, Sw. 
Andover, Adv. 
Yale, Jun. 

Andover, Sen. 
Yale, Juu. 

Oberlin, Sp. Juu. 
Oberlin, Sen. 
Oberlin, Sen. 



* Drowned Dec. 28, 1887. 



78 



CONGREGATIONAL TEAK-BOOK. 



[1888. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



-Snelling, Alfred, Amity, Mo. 
Snyder, Henry C., Oakland, Io. 
Soderholm, Henry, East Providence, B. I. 
Spangler, Alpheus Melanctbon, Edgerton, O. 
.Spelman, Henry Ohel, Howard City, Mich. 
Spencer, Jason Joseph, Westerville, O. 
Stauffer, Henry, Denver, Col. 
Stephens, Charles Miller, Clearwater, Minn. 
Stevens, Frank Varnum, Vermontville, Mich. 
Stiles, Edwin Byron, Lowell, Mass. 
Strong, Dwight, Huntsburg, O. 
Stroyer, Jacob, Salem, Mass. 
Struthers. Alfred Luther, Upton, Mass. 
.Siinde, Ole Martinus, Chicago, 111. 
Swain, Richard La Rue, Promise City, Io. 
Swanson, Ole, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Taminosian, Timotheus, Antioch, Syria. 
Taunt, George, Oxford, England. 
Taylor, John Richard, Lancaster, England. 
Tenney, Wm. Lawrence, Edgewater Park, N.J. 
Terry, Albert Wallace, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
TewKsbury, Elwood Gardner, Somerville, Mass. 
Thayer, Lucius Harrison, Westfield, Mass. 
Thisted, Peter Petersen, Kolding, Denmark. 
Thomas, Carl Nicholas, Columbia, 111. 
Thorpe, Ervin Llewellyn, West Haven, Ct 
Thrush, John Oliver, Ridgeville, W. Va. 
Titcomb, Arthur, Mi ddletown, Ct. 
" Torrey, Charles Cutler, Bar Harbor, Me. 
Torrey, Daniel Temple, Andover, Mass. 
Traudt, Adam, Sutton, Neb. 
Traut, George Albert, Steubenville, O. 
Trow, William Austin, Northampton, Mass. 
'Tufts, James Hayden, Monson, Mass. 
Turner, John Mason, Lancaster O. 
Tuttle, Henry William, Otisco, N. Y. 
TJchimura, Jonathan Rango, Sapporo, Japan. 
«U fiord, Walter Shepard, Boston, Mass. 
Van Allen, Frank, Chicago, 111. 
Van Blarcom, Grant, Jersey City, N. Y. 
Vater, William, Wardsboro', Vt 
Vaughan, Howard Ridgway, New Egypt, N.J. 
Vetter, Gottfried, Chicago, 111. 
Viden, John Edward, Woburn, Mass. 
Vincent, Clarence Augustus, Chagrin Falls, O. 
Walker, Dean Augustus, Auburndale, Mass. 
Wallace, MacHas tings, Wooster, O. 
Ward, Herbert Dickinson, Newark, N. J. 
Wathen, John Moss, Richbucto, N. B. 
'Watson, Charles Elliott, Merom, Ind. 
Webster, Eugene Carroll, Maiden, Mass. 
Weeden, Charles Foster, Providence, R. I. 
Weeden, William Orne, Providence, R. I. 
Weimer, Morrison. Donegal, Pa. 
Weiss, George Carl, De Pere, Wis. 
West, William Ward, Hartford, Ct. 
Wheeler, Edw. Francis, North Woburn, Mass. 
Wheeler, Warren Eli, Williamsburg, Ky. 
Wheelook, Albert Henry, Leominster, Mass. 
White, Schuyler Sampson, Newmarket, N. H. 
White, William Franklin, Ware, Mass. 
Widenhceft, William, Belding, Ind. 
"Willard, Wallace Watson, Decorah, Io. 
Willcox, Inman Lyon, Oxford, N. Y. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Dniry, 



Oberlin, 1885 

Olivet, 1887 

Otterbein IT. 1884 
Otterbein Univ. 

Carleton, 1881 
Bates, 1885 

Olivet, 1882 

Talladega Univ. 
Amherst, 1887 

Western, 1885 



Oberlin, 
Oberlin, 

Harvard, 
Amherst, 



1885 

1887 
1882 



Syracuse CT. 1882 
Lebanon Val.1884 
WesleyanU.1884 
Bowdoin, 1884 
Univ. Vt. 1883 

Oberlin, — 

Amherst, 1886 

Amherst. 1884 
N. W. Univ. — 

Williams, 1886 

Amherst, — 

Amherst, 1882 

Yale, 1885 

Shurtleff, — 

Wesleyan U. 1886 



Seminary and 
Claes. 



Oberlin, 
Yale, 



1884 
1884 



Amherst. 1884 
N. BrunsTtU. — 
U.Christian, 1887 
Harvard, 1887 
Amherst, 1884 
Amherst, 1S88 
Lebanon Val.1887 
Ripon, — 

Rochester U. 1886 
Bowdoin, 1883 



Harvard, 1884 
Amherst, — 

Oberlin, 1886 

Carleton, — 

Hamilton, 1886 



Chicago, Sea. 
Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Chicago, tiu>. 
Hartford, Sen. 
Chicago, Jon. 
Yale, Jan. 

Yale, Mid. 

Oberlin, 8p. Jan. 
Yale, Sen. 

Andover, Sen. 
Chicago, Jon. 
Oberlin, Sp. 

Hartford, Jon. 
Chicago,!). AT. Ju. 
Yale, Grad. 

Chica£0,dto. Jan. 
Oberlin, 8p. Jan. 
Oberlin, 8p. Jan. 
Oberlin, Jan. 
Oberlin, Sen. 
Oberlin, Sp. 

Hartford, Jon. 
Yale, Sen. 

Chicago,/). A". Ju. 
Chicago, Sp. Mid. 
Yale, Grad. 

Yale, Sen. 

Hartford, Sen. 
Andover, Mid. 
Andover, Adv. 
Chicago, Oer. Ju. 
Chicago, Oer. Ju. 
Yale, Jnn. 

Yale, Mid. 

Oberlin, Jan. 
Yale, Mid. 

Hartford, Jan. 
Yale, Mid. 

Yale, Sen. 

Andover, Mid. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jan. 
Yale, Mid. 

Chicago, Oer. Jn. 
Chicago, Sw. 
Yale, Sen. 

Yale, Mid. 

Oberlin, Sp. 

Andover, Sen. 
Bangor, Jan. 
Yale, Jan. 

Yale, Jan. 

Hartford, R. L. 
Andover, R. I. 
Yale, Jun. 

Yale, Jan. 

Hartford, Mid. 
Hartford, Mid. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jan. 



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Jan. 
Jan. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 



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79 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Williams, Henry Horace, Sunbury, N, C. 
Williamson, James ScoUay, Sherborn, Mass. 
Williamson, John Allen, union City, Pa. 
Wilson, John, Chicago, 111. 
Wilson, John Churchwood, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Winbaigler, Charles, Findlay, O. 
Wirt, Loyal Lincoln, Oakland, Cal. 
Wise, William Cooper, San Francisco, Cal. 
Wiswall, Fred. Maynard, Marlboro, N. H. 
Woodhull, George Heber, Middlefield, Mass. 
Woodruff, Alfred Eugene, Franklinvile, N. Y. 
Woods, Robert Archey, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Worrell, Edwin Heed, Washington Heights, 111. 
Wright, Richard, Providence, R. I. 
Wrivtzky, Edmund, Brnnn, Moravia. 
Wyckoff, Charles Truman, Oalesburg, 111. 
Wyckoff, Edwin Dunham, Galesburg, III. 
Yonker, Wilto Ralph, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
York, Frank Hinman, Buchanan, Mich. 
Young, Charles Stephen, Lenox, Mass. 
Yuasa, Kichiro, Annaka, Japan. 
Zumstein, Hans, Crete, Neb. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Univ. N. C. 1883 



Amherst, 1885 
Mt. Union, 1879 
Jamestown, — 
Univ. Pacific, 
Dartmouth, 1886 
Yale, 1885 

Oberlin, 1881 
Amherst, 1886 
Wheaton, — 
Brown Univ. 1887 



Knox, 
Knox, 



1881 
1884 



DoshishaT.S.1882 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Yale, Sen. 

Bangor, Mid. 
Oberlin, Sp. Jun. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Yale, Sen. 

Oberlin, Sp. 

Pacific, Jun. 

Pacific, Mid. 

Hartford, Mid. 
Yale, 8en. 

Oberlin, Mid. 
Andover, R. S. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Hartford, Jun. 
Oberlin,6'to«.Sen. 
Chicago, R. L. 
Chicago, Sen. 
Chicago, Sp. Jun. 
Chicago. Sp. Jun. 
Bangor, Jun. 
Oberlin, Mid. 
Chicago, Jun* 



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[1888. 



SUMMARY OF OFFICERS, AND STUDENTS, 1887-88, AND TOTALS FOR 

PRECEDING YEARS. 



Seminary. 



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Chicago 

Hartford 

Oberlin 

Pacific 

Yale 

Totals, 1887-88. 
. " 1886-87. 

1885-86. 
" 1884-85. 
" 1883-84. 
" 1882-83. 

1881-82. 

1880-81. 
" 1879-80. 

1878-79. 
" 1877-78. 
" 1876-77. 
" 1875-76. 
" 1874-75. 
" 1873-74. 

1872-73. 

1871-72. 

1870-71. 
" 1869-70. 
" 1868-69. 
" 1867-68. 

1866-67. 
" 1865-66. 

1864-65. 
" 1863-64 
" 1862-63 
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1859-60. 
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a These special students at Chicago are ranked, 6 with the Senior, 26 with the Middle, and 36 
with the Junior classes, and 12 are not classified; 13 in the German, 15 in the Dano-Norwegian, 
and 24 in the Swedish departments. 

b At Oberlin, 7 of the special students are in the Slavic department, 4 Seniors and 3 Juniors, 
16 are Juniors in an English course, and 10 are not classified. 

Note. — If the Advanced or Graduate class were included among the students as well as the 
undergraduates, the totals would be increased to 446. 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



COLLEGE EDUCATION OP THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. 



In this table, a number In parenthesis denot 
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COLLEGES. 



Adalbert College, nhiu... 

Adrian College, Michigan. 

Allien L'niversuv. Cm-da ... 

Allegheny Colli- ^<- I'minsylrania... 
Auihorsi Colleg ■'. ^1 -W4.iciiuso[M 

Atlanta University, Georgia 

Aral mi College, \| i.j ,un 

I'.filn Cll^e, Wales 

Bam-, C. ill, go, Mai:i>- 

fcSi-k.it. Collude, Wi.ofliism 

Berea College, Ke'iiuchy 

Boston Univers ,- v MaiMachusetla .. 

Bowdoiu College. Mains ... 

Brown Uni vers) i v. I' Undo Island .. 
Buchiel College. Ohio 

CllrletOII (.'ollOjif M-i- :. 

Carmarthen College. Wales 

Control Turkey College, Asia 

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Clirintiim Universiti M:«souri 

City of New York College 

Coo College, Iowa 

Colorit'li) College .. 

Cnri^-e^ali'ioal C-lleee, Canada ... 

Cornell linhersity. N^w York 

Dalhoiuie College. Nora S.-otia 

Dartmouth GollaMi Sew Oarapshli 

Doiine i -ill leg-. Mi-t'iiir 

DoehUha College, .lip.in 

r>niry College. M -.'Oiiri 

KLiiiiiiurgli University, NcfrtJand 

Kuciirntfis Cnlk-e. Turkey 

Fisk University. Tennrus e 

Guinness ('ullei; . 1 iijland 

Hamilton College. Ni w York 

Harvard Colleg--. Muwi«hii«>tt« — 

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Hills-hile College. \:.ei,lgan 

Indiana University 

Iowa College 

Jamestown College, I'akntn 

Kalamazoo College. Michigan 

Keliliiekv UniyiTMiv 

Knox College, Illinois 

Lafayette College, renn-ylvauia.. . 
Lawrence University, Wi~rr..n."in. . . 
Li-bumm Valley Culleg", I'eau&vLvai 

I.iilCnlo Univor -I-. . I llmois 

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1888.] FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 83 




FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 
Warren H. Hayes, Anfaievt, .Minneapolis. 
This building, dedicated March 4, 18H8, ia in modern Romanesque style, and is 
constructed of Lake Superior browns tune, rock-face, with cut stone finish. Its 
special features are the blending of the lines of construction lo the perfect satis- 
faction of the eye; the ingenious adaptation of ancient ecclesiastical form to the 
service of the varied needs of a modern "live" church; and the comparatively 
small expenditure at which both beauty and serviceableness have been secured. 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Externally the building is a rectangle, one hundred by one hundred and forty- 
two feet, broken, and relieved on Its two Street front* by towers and bays. The 
spire on the corner is one hundred and seventy feet high, and smaller towers 




axe located, one on the other front corner and one on the Eighth Avenue aide. 
There are three public entrances, one in each tower, admitting to spacious double 
vestibules, besides separate entrances for the choir and to the dinlug-rnoms. The 
main auditorium Is seventy-six feet square, with seating capacity of eight hundred, 



i888.] FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 85 

and when the growth of the congregation demands greater seating capacity, a 
gallery will he pnt io, preparation having been made for such an addition, to 6eat 
three hundred and seventy-five more. Opening from the main auditorium is the 
chapel, fifty-six by one hundred, radiating from which, and divided into two stories, 
are rooms of various sizes, used for Sunday-school class-rooms, the janitor's rooms, 
and a convenient and roomy study on the second floor for the pastor. The chapel 
opens into the main auditorium, and each of the class-rooms into the chapel by 
glazed doors, which are balanced by iron weights on wire cables, and are made to 
drop into the floor; a flap of the carpeting neatly covers them, and when down 
their presence would not be suspected. When necessary all the rooms can easily 
be thus opened into one, the combined seating being above fourteen hundred, and 
when gallery is added, about eighteen hundred. 

The arrangements of seats — which, like other peculiarities in construction, 
originated with the architect, Mr. Hayes, and are being already extensively copied 
— is specially desirable for its economy of space, and the fact that it does away 
with all undesirable sittings, the rooms being free from columns. The pulpit is in 
the corner opposite the main entrance, the seats being arranged in a circular 
manner, and the floor graded on a vertical, increasing curve, so that each person 
has the same clear angle of view. Back of and three steps above the pulpit are 
the choir and pipe organ. The ceiling is finished in a deep cove, with a richly 
decorated dome in the centre. The acoustic qualities of the room are perfect, and 
unusual room is given to window area, in order to secure a bright and cheery 
interior. All the interior woodwork, including seats, is of oak; the pulpit, chairs, 
communion table, font, and mantels are elaborately carved. 

The chapel and Sunday-school rooms are finished in pine, natural grain, and 
creosote stain. In the basement are two large dining-rooms, serving-room, kitchen, 
pantry, boiler and fuel rooms. The entire building is lighted by gas and wired for 
electricity, heated by steam, and provided with toilet-rooms and all plumbing con- 
veniences. The ventilation was given special care, and is thoroughly effective. 

The grand pipe organ (with the hydraulic motor), the gift of Hon. J. S. Pillsbury, 
was built by Steere & Turner, of Springfield, Mass., at a cost of fifty-eight hundred 
dollars. Musical experts of this city consider it a very fine instrument. 

The total cost of the building, furnishings, and lot complete was a trifle over 
seventy-six thousand dollars. The building was erected, including glass, fres- 
coing, pews, plumbing, and heating apparatus, not including lot, furnishings, and 
organ, for fifty thousand dollars. On Jan. 1, 1888, two months before it was ready 
for dedication, the cost of its erectien had been provided for to the last penny. 

Those of our people about to build whose needs are approximated in this plan 
should not intrust their interests to another, and get only a parody on the original, 
as has- been done in some cases, but would do well to write to, or call upon, Mr. 
Hayes, at his office, 408 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis. He has made church 
architecture a special study and practice in his profession for seventeen years. 

The above general arrangement was first planned by the architect four years ago, 
as embodying the best points of all his preceding studies. 

It is an ideal modern church building in " beauty, strength, utility," and in 
economy of cost. 



8fi CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

THE ANNUAL STATISTICS OF THE CHURCHES AND 

MINISTERS. 



The following pages contain the statistics as collected in 1888 by the statistical 
secretaries of the several State organizations, and compiled for this publication by 
the secretary of the National Council, under vote of the publishing committee. 
With the exception of Illinois, Minnesota, and, in part, of Kansas, they are all of date, 
1 Jan., 1888. 

The secretary, as heretofore, in no case presumes to insert or omit the name of 
church or minister on any authority but that of the State secretaries representing 
their own organizations, or of councils subsequent to the date of annual reports. 

The contents of the statistics are as follows: — 

1. The Statistics of the Churches and Pastors, by States. 

2. List of Congregational Ministers in foreign lands. 

3. List of Ministers not in pastoral charge of Congregational Churches. 

4. General Summary Tables for the year. 

5. Tables of Summaries. 1858-1888. 

6. Remarks upon the Statistics and Minor Explanations. 

7. The National, State, and Local Organizations of the Churches, with Officers, 
and dates of sessions in 1885. 

8. Alphabetical List of Ministers, with P. O. address, and indexed to pages. 

9. Alphabetical List of Licentiates. 

RULES OF COMPILATION. 

1. To arrange in alphabetical order everything capable of it; except that the 
churches in any one town or city arranged, as they should be, under the name of 
that town or city, are placed according to age. 

2. To make each State list to conform strictly to the State boundaries. Churches or 
ministers reported by the Association of a State other than their own are, therefore, 
transferred to their proper places; and the summaries are correspondingly corrected. 

3. To make new tables each year. " Last year's report " (if known to he such) is 
always omitted. But, while old reports are not to be inserted in the table, the 
aggregate of such last reports from churches failing to report, in the items of church 
membership and Sunday schools, are included in the summaries. Justice to 
the churches which do report requires this, as their real progress may be apparently 
diminished or reversed, by lack of the figures from their less faithful neighbors. 
The special attention of State secretaries is called to this point, as it has often been 
disregarded. The list of churches of this year is compared, name by name, with 
that of last year, and all variations are specifically mentioned with the State sum- 
mary, so that each church can be traced from year to year. 

4. To examine carefully all the tables, with a view to correction or addition by cor- 
respondence, especially to correct "pastoral supply " to the latest moment. Proof- 
sheets have been sent to secretaries and some Home Mission superintendents who 
could be reached in season. But no such changes have been allowed to affect the 
summaries. 

5. To complete the statistics by. (1) giving in some form every statistical fact obtain- 
able, — items given by some States, but not by all, being aggregated with the respec- 
tive State summaries; and (2) putting into finished State and general summaries, 
with " totals" in all cases, everything capable of it; so that no person in search of 
any statistical fact shall be obliged to perform any arithmetical calculation to find it. 



1888.] STATISTICS OF CHURCHES AND MINISTERS. 87 

MINOR EXPLANATIONS. 

1. Any church given in brackets is one organized since the date of State report; 
not included in the summary, but inserted for information. A few churches tempo- 
rarily not associated are inserted by their own wish. The tables are not a postal 
guide to the addresses of ministers, and any person so using them runs the risk of error. 

2. Pastors installed or recognized by council are marked "p. c"; pastors duly 
called by their churches and recognized by some " definite act of the church," but not 
by council, are marked p. ; others in service are not marked, but in tabular summaries 
are counted as "supplies." Blanks in the column of pastoral supply, meaning no 
regularly engaged minister, are left blank for the convenience of those who note 
pastoral changes. 

3. Post-office addresses of ministers in pastoral service are not found in the tables 
of churches, but in the General Alphabetical List of Ministers. 

4. The two columns following the names of ministers in the tables of churches 
denote (1) the year of ordination, (2) the year when the minister was installed, or 
commenced service with that church. 

5. A star (*) in the General Alphabetical List of Ministers denotes that the person 
designated is found in the original State alphabetical list, but is not reported to be a 
member of any association or conference of ministers or churches in the United 
States; or that he is found supplying some church, or did so last year and may be 
presumed to be in transitu, but is not in the State alphabetical list. 

6. Licentiates are not reckoned as ministers. Churches supplied by such, or by 
ministers of other denominations, are reckoned as vacant; but the number of such 
churches is given in each State summary. No ministers of other denominations (if 
so known) are inserted in the General Alphabetical List. Some ministers belong to 
the two denominations at once. 

7. The names of some Congregational ministers are missing; but it is solely 
because they are not reported by any organization of churches or ministers. 

8. Under " Church Members," " Absent" are included in " Males," " Females," 
and " Total." " Additions," " Removals," and " Baptisms " cover the twelve months 
next preceding the date of report given with the name of each State. Under the 
head of "Removed," " Died," "Letter," and " Discipline" are represented by the 
abbreviations. 

9. Blanks in any column of figures are such as were so left in the State Minutes. 
They ought always to signify "no report," but some States do not follow the proper 
rule of inserting a cipher where "none" is meant, and the examiner must conjecture, 
in any given case, whether "none" or " no report" is intended. In our General 
Summaries, a blank invariably signifies " no report." 

10. Careful effort is made to give, with the name of a church, its post-office address 
if it be different from the name of the place, and progress has been made. The 
limits of the column, made narrower this year by increase of the number of columns, 
have made it necessary in some cases to name the post-office in the margin, but 
whenever possible, even by omitting the letters " p. o.," the name is placed in the 
line. Inmost cases where the second name fills the space without "p. o. f " those 
letters are to be understood. 



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CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN FOREIGN LANDS. 



All not designated by a Mar (•) are missionaries of the American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions. 



•Abbott, Amos, England [Neb. 1 . . '57 
Abbott, Justin E. f Bombay, India, '81 '81 
Aiken, Edwin E., Peking, China, '85 '85 
Albrecht G. E.. Niigata. Japan.. '82 'ST 
Allchin, George, Osaka, Japan ... '81 '82 

Ament, William S., China 77 '8s 

•Anderson. Charles, Robert C, c. 74 '88 
Atkinson, John L., Kobe, Japan, '69 73 

Atwood, I. J., Lin-Ching.o '81 *82 

Baird. J. W., Monastir, Eur. Tur- 
key 7272 

Ballantine, V. O., m. d., RahuriA '85 '85 
•Barbour, Wm.M., d.d.,McGU1 C, 

Montreal '81 '87 

•Barnes,HenrvE.,Sherbro<>k.PQ. '62 '86 
Bartlett, L., Smyrna, Turkey ... '61 '67 
Barton, Jas. L., Harpoot, Turkey, '85 '85 

Bates. F. W., Africa, e '87 V>7 

Beach. H. P.. Tung-cho, China.. . '83 '83 
•Beckwith. E. G., d.d., Honolu- * '57 '87 

Bingham. Hiram [lu. H. I. j '56 *56 

•Bird, William, AVih. Syria,. . . . '52 '53 

•Bissell, A. D., Maui, H.I 81 '81 

Bissell, H. M., La Barca, Mex. . . '82 '82 
•Bliss, Daniel, D.D.,Pres. of Syrian 

Protestant College, Beirut, Syria '55 '55 

Bliss, Edwin E., d. v., c '43 '43 

•Bliss, Isaac G., d. d., A. B. S., c, '47 '47 
Blodget, EL, d. d.. Peking, China '54 *54 

Bond, Elias, Kohala. H. I '40 *41 

Bridgmau, H. M., Umzumbi, d. . . '60 '60 

Brooks, Charles H. f c '74*74 

Browne. J. K. f Harpoot. Turkey, '75 *75 
Bruce, Henry J., Satara,W. India. '62 '62 
Cady, Chauncey M.. Kyoto, Japan, '82 '82 
•Carr, Edwin S., Germany [lo.]. . '85 

Cary, Otis, Okayama, Japan 77 '78 

Case, Alden B., Parral, Mexico. . '81 '84 
Chambers, W.N.,Erzroom.Turkey 79 79 
Chandler, J. S., Periakulam, So. 

India 73 73 

Chapin, F. M., Lin-Ching, b '80 '80 

Christie, T. D., Marash, Turkey, '71 77 

Clapp, Dwight H., Tai-ku, b '84 '84 

Clark, Albert W. , Prague, Austria, '68 72 
Clark, Cyrus A., Kumamoto, 

Japan '87 '87 

Clarke, J. F., Samokov, Bulgaria, '59 '59 
Cole, Royal M., Bitlis, Turkey . . '67 '68 
Crawford, L. S., Broosa, Turkey. . 79 *86 
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sillo, Mexico... 79 82 

•Cross, W.R.,Milltowu, N.B. [Me.] '65 
Curtis, William W., Sendai,Japan, '77 '77 



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Davis, J. D. , d. D. , Kyoto, Japan . . '69 71 
DeForest. John H., Sendai, Japan, 71 74 
Dewey. Willis C. , Mardin. Turkey, *77 77 

Doane. Edward T. , Poaape, i '54 '54 

Dwight, Charles A. S., c »83 *84 

Dwight, Henry 0.,c '80*67 

Eaton, J. D., Chihuahua, Mexico, 72 *82 
English, W. H., Sivas, Turkey ... '85 87 
Fairbank, Henry, Ahmednagar,A. '86 '86 
Fairbank, a B., d. D.,Wadale, h. . '45 '46 
Farnsworth W. A-, d. D. t Cesarea, 

Turkey '52 *52 

Fay, William E, Bihe,/ '81*82 

Fowle, J. L., Cesarea, Turkey.. '78 78 
Fuller, Americas, Aiutab, Tur. , c . '62 '7-4 
Gaines, Marshall R.. Kyoto, Japan, '84*84 
Gates, C.Frank, Mardin. Turkey, '81*81 
Gate*, Lorin S., Sholapur, India. . '75 75 
Goodenough, Herbert D. v Adams, 

Durban,** '81*81 

Goodrich. C, Tung-cho, China... '64 *H5 
Greene, D. C. d. d., Kyoto, Japan, '69 70 

Greene, Joseph K., d. d., c '58 '59 

•Grosyenor, E. A., Robert C, c. . . 72 72 
Gulick, John T., Osaka, Japan. . . *64 72 
•Gulick, Luther H., m. d., A. B. 

S., Shanghai, China. '50 '51 

Gulick, O. H., Kumamoto, Japan, '62 70 
Gulick, S. L., Kumamoto, Japan, '86 '87 
•Gulick, T. L., Paia, Maui, H. I. 70*87 
Gulick, William H., San Sebas- 
tian, Spain 74 71 

Gutterson, G. H.. Melur, So.India, '78 79 
Haarvig, John O., Germany [HL]. 
Hager. C. R., Hong Kong, China, '82 '82 
Harding Charles, Sholapur, India, '56 '56 
Hartwell, Chas., Foochow, China, '52 '52 
Haskell, H. C, Samokov, Bul- 
garia '62*87 

Herrick, George F., d. d., Marso- 

van, Turkey '59 "59 

Holbrook, Chas. W., Umpumnlo, d '83 '83 
House, J. H., Samokov, Bulgaria, '71 *72 
Howl and, J., Guadalajara, Mex., '82 *S2 

Howlaud, S. W v Tillipally, g '73 '73 

Howland, Wm. W., Oodooville, g, '45 '45 
Hubbard, G. H., Foochow, China, '84 '48 
Hume, E. S., Bombay, W. India, '75 75 
Hume, Rob't A., Ahmednagar, h, 74 74 
Hyde, Chas. M., d. d., Honolulu, i, '62 '77 
Ireland, W., Adams, Durban, d. . . '48 '48 
•Jones, C. D., Wales [Wis.]. .. . . '44 
•Jones, Hampden B., Eng. [Ms.]. '82 



i.] CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN FOREIGN LANDS. 341 



Jones, John P., Madura, 8. iDdia, 7* 18 
Kitbon, C.W., Adam*, Dorian, d, 73. '7.'! 
Kingsbury, F. L.. H. D., Samokuv, 

Bulgaria '87 '81 

Knapp, George C„ Bitlis. Turkey, Tm I'M] 
•Labaree, Benj., n. D., Oroomiab, 

Persia [VtJ. '(M|'60 

Learned, D. W., Kyoto, Japan *7f}"7r> 

Lee, Lucius 0., Manwh, Turkey. . 'SO "SO 
I^ke, W. E., Phi lipopol is, Bulgaria, 'SB -,.s 
•McLean, Donald, Prescott, Ont.. Wj i 
•Mahan, A., London, Eng.[Mieb,] 'i's! 
Marden, Henrv, Mar^sli, Turkey, "tilt '69 
Mar?h,G.D.,Philipopolis, Bulgaria, 7a 73 
•Mead, C.M.,r>.D.. Germany [Ms.] >«;. 
Mead, Willis W.,Marash, Turkey, 'H-l.'Si 

Merritt, Wm. C, Honolulu 

Montgomery,G.F.,Adana,Turkey, '02 '63 
Heeaima, Jos. B„ Kyoto, Japan. . '74 74 
Newell, Horatio B., Niigata, Jap , 'NT 'S7 
Noyes,J.T.,Kodiksnel,S. India.. '-in 4S 
•Oleson.W.B., tea, Honolulu. HI. 77 
•Ostrom, A.. Kohala, H. I. [Cal.l '3X '80 

Ousley, B. F. Kambini. e '84, '8* 

•Palmer, Orange 3., /. m., India 

[III.] ■«'$<) 

•Pamment, J. M..EnglRnd_[Or.]. '83 
Paris, John D.. Honolulu, H. I,. . '39 '41 
•Parker, H. H., Honolulu, H. I.. . >K3 '(13 
Parmelee, Moses P., m. d., Trebi- 

zoud, Turkev '81|"63 

Pease, Edm. M., m. d., Knsaie, i. . 77 '77 
Peet, Lyman B., Foochow, China, B8 ° ss 
Perkins, H. P., Tientsin, China.. 'H2 '82 
Perkins, J. C, Maudapagalai, So. 

India *8S,*H0! 

Pettoe, J. H., Okayama, Japan .. WIS 

Pettibone, I. F-. d.d.,c '55"o3' 

Pierce, J. E., Bardezag, Turkey. . '<>" 'ON 

Pierson, I., Pac-ting-fu '70 TO 

Piiley, Stephen C, Linaley.d ... SBBRHB 
•Porter, Harvey, Syrian Prntestant 

College. Beirut, Syria [Ms.] '80 - S0 

Porter. H. D.,m.d .PangChuang, 6 '7> '72 

Price, F. M.,Tai-ku,6 W83 

Rand, Frank E„ Ponape, i '82,'74> 

Raynolds, G.C.,M.n.,Van,Turkev, 71 "W 
Richards, Erwln H., Hongive, e. . . 'SO 'SO. 
Robbing E. Adams, Durban, d... '51! 'd',1. 



Roberts, James H.. KaJgan, n 

Rood, David, Umvoti, d. 

Rowland, G. M., Okayama, Japan, 
Sanders, C, S., Aintab, Turkey. . . 

Sanders, W. H., Bihe',/ 

•Scott, Geo, R. W., Germany ... 
Seudder, D..M. D., Niigata, Japan, ' 
•Scuddar, H. M., d. r>., Niigata, 

Seelye, Jamei W.,c 

Sibley, James W., Satarah ' 

Smith, A. H., Pai.gChuang.o.... ' 

Smith, J. F., Maraocau, Turkey, ' 

Smith, L., o. a., Honolulu, H. I„ ' 

Smith, Thomas S.. TUlinallv. ,,. . . ■ 
Spelling, Alfred, Ruk, J 
•Somerville, Wm. C, 

P.Q. [Vt.J • 

Sprairue, W. P., Kalgan, a ' 

Stanford. Arthur W., Kyoto, Japan ' 

Stanley, C. A., Tientsin, China... ' 

Stimnon, M. L., Fen-chow-fo,6. . . ' 

Stover, W. M., Bailundu,/. ' 

Taylor, W., h. i>., O-aba, Jajjan. . ' 
•Thf.mpso-., I'., Seamen'!-, Cliap- 

lain, Valparais.i, Chili [Ct.J ' 

Thompson, Jas.B., Tai-ku, 6 ' 

Tracy, James E., Tirumangalam, 

So. India ' 

Treiber, DanielJ., Ruk, i ' 

•Trumbull, David, t>. D., editor. 



O o 
-'77 L 77 
'47 '47 



d,, Madura, 



Van Allen, Frank, » 
So. India ... , 

Walker, J. E., Shao-wu, China. . . 

Walkup, Alfred C, Kusaie, i 

•Washburn, George, D. D., Presi- 
dent Robert College, c 

Washburn, George T., Pasumalai, 
South India 

Wheeler, C. H., n. D., Harpoot, 
Turkey . . 
fhite, Frai 
nider,Get. = ._ _.... 

Williams, Mark, Kalian, Chin 

Winsor, Richard, Sirur, W. India, " 

Woodin, S. F.,Foouhow, China.. ', 

Wrigh6,A.C.,Chihuahua,Meiico, *; 



SPECIAL POST-OFFICE DIRECTIONS. 



c Constantinople. Turkey, Bible House, 
d Natal, South Africa. 
t Inbambane, East Africa. 
/ American Mission; Benguels, Weil A 
g Jaffna, Ceylon. 

i Care of A. O. Forbes, Honolulu, Han: 



342 



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[1888, 



MINISTERS WITHOUT PASTORAL CHARGE 

OF CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES, 
OR NOT NAMED IN THE PRECEDING TABLES. 



ALABAMA. 

De Forest, Henry S.,d.d., pres., Talladega,1863 

Harris, Milus, Childersburg 1884 

Headen, Andrew I ., tea., Talladega 1879 

Upton, J. 8., Shelby Iron Works [N.Y.] 1880 

ARKANSAS. 

Croswell, Micab 8. , Rogers 1861 

Lewis, Wm. H. , Cherokee City 1879 

Ne wcorab , Charles S ., Little Rock 1880 

Scroggs, Jos. W., prin. acad., Rogers 1879 

CALIFORNIA. 

Adams, Phelps R., Santa Cruz 1873 

Armstrong, Fred. A., Oakland 1872 

Banfleld, John A., Penryn 1868 

Bartlett, Enoch W., Col. Springs 1841 

Benton, J. A., d.d., prof, sem , Oakland.. 1851 

Bickford, Levi F., Pasadena 1872 

Bradley, C. B., prof. Univ. Cal., Oakland. 1871 

Brier, John W., Sr., Oroville 

Bristol, Sherlock, Saticoy 1843 

Brown, AnselmB., Los Angeles [O.] 1873 

Burnell, Alfred H., 1881 

Case, Harlan P., Los Angeles [Col.] 1871 

Chapman, Hervey W., Vacaville 1880 

Coombe, Philip, Ferndale 1881 

♦Corwin, Charles L 1878 

Delzell, Samuel W., San Jacinto [Mo.]... 1880 

Drahms, A., Sonoma 1878 

Dwinell, I. E., d.d., prof, sem., Oakland. .1849 

Eddy, Samuel W., Lugonia 1881 

Field, Frederic A., Los Angeles 1880 

Folsom, George DeF., San Francisco 1855 

Ford, James T., h. m. supt., Los Angeles, 1857 

Frear, Walter, Santa Rosa 1855 

Freeman, George E., Fresno 1858 

Frickstad, Taral T. t Raymond 1877 

Gauthier, C. H., Lugonia 

Hale, John G., prin. acad., Lugonia 1852 

Harris, Joseph CO., Los Angeles 1883 

Harwood, James H., D. D., San Diego . . . .1863 

Hathaway, George W., Los Angeles 1833 

Holbrook, John C, d. d„ Oakland 1842 

Hoskins, Emanuel, Paradise 1880 

Hough, JesseW.,D.D.,8anta Barbara [Mich.] '58 



Houghton, Jo»n C, San Bernardino [Vt.] 1880 

Huntington, Charles A 1872 

Ives, Joseph B., [Kan.] 1877 

James, William A., [Minn.] 1867 

Janes, Elijah, Los Gatos 1874 

Jewelt, Henry E., prin. acad., Oakland. . .1870 

Jones, Humphrey R., [Or.] 1856 

Jones, John L., 8an Diego 1872 

Kellogg, Martin, prof. Univ. Cal., Berkeley ,1855 

Kirkland, Thomas 1876 

McCann, Drummond, Hesperia 1880 

Marty, Ivan M., Petaluma 188S 

Merral 1, Joseph H. , Clayton 1873 

Meserve, Wm. H., San Francisco 1873 

Morgan, G. F. G., m. d., San Francisco... 1872 

Noble, Thomas K., d.d 18(53- 

Orcutt, Samuel, San Diego [Ct.] 1851 

Park, Austin L , Lugonia 1864 

Pascoe, Wm. H., Lockeford 1880 

Perkins, Francis B., Santa Barbara [Ms.] ,1860 

Phillips, John, Geyserville 1871 

Piatt, M. Fayette, San Diego 1863 

Porter, William, Pomona 1846 

Rankin, Adam L., Petaluma 1841 

Ross, Orville A., San Francisco 

Rowell, J., seamen's chap., San Francisco,1850 

Sheldon, Charles B., Pomona 1857 

Snell, Wm. W., Saticoy [Minn.] 1859 

Spoor, Orange H., Los Angeles 1861 

Starr, M. Angelo, Oakland 1877 

Stone, A. L., d. d., p. em., San Francisco. .1849 

Sturges, Charles L., Escondido 

Sumner, Charles B., Pomona 1868 

Taylor, Raynesford, Forrestville 1878 

Tenney, Wm. A., Oakland 1856 

Uzzell, Charles S., Los Angeles 1880 

Wales, Frederick H., Tulare 1876 

Warner, Peter, Los Angeles 1872 

Warren, J. H., d. d., h. m. supt., San 

Francisco 1850 

Webster, Robert M., Los Angeles [Wis.] . .1867 

Wells, Andrew J., Los Angeles. . . v 1870 

Wheeler, Sheldon H., Long Beach 1875 

White, Austin B., San Diego 1861 

Williams, Aaron, North Temescal 

Witter, F. Spalding, San Francisco 1871 

Wood, Jesse, Paradise 1862 



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343 



COLORADO. 

Bristol, Richard C, Col. Springs 1846 

Hilton, John V., Denver [Mass.] 1860 

Marden, G.N., prof, coll., Col. Springs... 1862 

Pa ckard, Milan 1881 

Sanders, C. M., h. m., supt., Denver 1867 

Slocum, Wra. F., pres. coll., C.Springs... 1878 
White, John W., Longmont 1858 

CONNECTICUT. 

Adams, Aaron C, Wetbersfield 1839 

Bacon, Leonard W., D. D., Norwich 1856 

Baird, John G., Ellington 1859 

Barnutn, Samuel W., New Haven 1853 

Beach, Nathaniel, Chaplin 1837 

Beardsley, Bronson B., Bridgeport 1850 

Beardsley, C. S. t prof, sem., Hartford [Ms.] '84 
Bissell, E. C, d. d., prof. pern., Hartford. 1859 
Bissell, 8. B. S., sec. A. 8 . S. U., Norwalk.,1836 

Bowman, G. A., tea., East Hartford 1848 

Brandt, Charles E., tea., Farmington 1865 

Brastow, L. O., d. d., prof., New Haven.. 1861 

Bryant, Samuel J., West Haven 1876 

Bullard, C. H.,dist. sec. A.T.S., Hartford.1853 

Burr, Zalmon B., Soulbport 1843 

Chandler, Fred. D., Middle Haddam 1869 

Chase, Austin 8., Hartford 1876 

Chesebrougb, Amos 8., Say brook 1841 

Chipman, R. Manning, Bethlehem 1835 

Clark, Asabel L., Simsbury 1861 

Clark, Henry, Avon 1841 

Clark, William B., Norwich Town 1855 

Cleaveland, James B., New Haven 1852 

Clift. William, Mystic Bridge 1844 

Couch, Paul, Mystic Bridge 1827 

Croft, Charles P., Weatogue 1873 

Curtis, Lucius, Hartford 1846 

Curtis*, William B., North Branford 1843 

Day. G. E., d. d., prof, sem , New Haven.1840 

Day, GuyB., tea., Bridgeport 1849 

Day, Henry N., New Haven. 1836 

Dickinson, Geo. R., Collinsville [Minn.].. 1885 

Douglass, Solomon J., New Haven 1863 

Dunning, Homer N., South Norwalk 1852 

Dustan, Geo., supt. orp. asy., Hartford... 1859 
Dwight, T., d.d., prep. Y. C.,New Haven,1861 

Eddy. Hiram, Canaan 1839 

Erixon, Chas. J., Swd. miss , New Haven. 1884 

Fellows, Franklin E., Norwich 1858 

Fessenden, Thomas K., Farmington 1839 

Fisher, G. P., d.d., prof, sem., New llaven.1854 

Frost, Daniel C, Killingly 1840 

Gage, William L., Hartford 1860 

Gates, Hiram N., West Hartford 1850 

Gilbert, W. H.,sec. C.B.8.S., 8. Norwalk.1846 
Gillett, A. L., prof. sem., Hartford [Dak.]1884 
Griffith, George W., New Haven [111.]... 1882 
Griswold, John B., Manchester 187 



Grosvenor, Charles P., Pomfret 1834 

Hall, E. Edwin, law. New Haven 1843 

Hantel, E. F. A., Ger. miss., Hartford 1877 

Harris, S , d. d., prof, sem., New Haven. .1841 
Hartranft, Chester D., D. D.,pres. theo. 

sem., Hartford.. 1864 

Haynes, E. Chalmers, Canterbury 1882 

Herrick, Henry, North Woodstock 1830 

Hine, Sylvester, assoc. ed., Hartford 1848 

Holley , Piatt T. , Bridgeport 1832 

noppin, James M., prof., New Haven. . . .1850 

Howard, William, Hartford 1859 

Jagger, Edwin L., Hartford [Ms.] 1862 

Jones, Clinton M., Eastford '867 

Jorden, Frank F., West Torrington 1880 

Kellar, Lewis H., New Haven [Mich.] 1887 

Kitcbe, C. L., tea., New Haven 1870 

Ladd, Geo. T., d.d., prof., New Haven.. 1870 

Lee, Samuel H., New naven 1843 

Leonard, Julius Y., New Haven'. 1859 

Livermor*', Aaron R., New Haven 1843 

McLaughlin, D. D.T., chaplain, Litchfield. 1846 

Mead, Henry B., Falls Village 1871 

Moore, Daniel M., Falls Village 1880 

Moore, Nathaniel 8., Winsted [Ms.] 1868 

Moore, Wm. H., sec. C. M. 8., Hartford.. 1846 
Mosman, W. D., city miss., New Haven. .1877 

Murphy, William J., Wolcott 1879 

Newell, Wellington, Birmingham [Ms.].. 1859 

Northrop, Birdsey G., Clinton 1847 

Palmer, Elliot, Gildersleeve 1832 

Pettibone, Ira, Winchester 1834 

Pohl, Charles E, Collinsville (?) 

Porter, Noah, d. d., prof., New Haven. . . .1836 

Potwin, Thomas 8., Hartford 1861 

Prentice, Dwight N., Greenfield Hill [Ms.] 1884 

Rankin, 8. G. W., Glastonbury 1844 

Raymond, Alfred C, New Haven 1845 

Redfield, Charles, Vernon 1859 

Reed, Arthur T.. gen. miss., Plainville. . .1874 

Russell, Charles H., Bridgeport 18j9 

St. John, Samuel N., Georgetown 1850 

Sanborne,G. E., steward Ins. Ret., Hartford, '67 

Scofield, Abishai, Bayport [Wis.] 1837 

Sessions, Joseph W., Chaplin 1833 

Sharpe, Andrew, Hebron 1840 

Sherman, Charles 8., South Manchester.. 1838 

Smith, Wilder, Hartford 1862 

South worth, Alden, South Woodstock. . . .1865 

Staats, Henry T., Glastonbury 1860 

Stanton, Robert P., Norwich T848 

Stearns, Charles C., tea.. Hartford 1 875 

Steele, Charles E., New Britain 1876 

Stevens, Geo. B., prof, sem., N. Haven 1880 

Stoddard, Judson B., Cheshire 1844 

Thompson, Wm., D. d., prof, sem., Hart'd, 1833 

Tomllnson, J. Logan, Simsbury 1863 

Towle, James A., tea., Norfolk 1871 



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[1888. 



Tuck, J. Webster, Middletown 1843 

Upson, Henry, tea., New Preston 1862 

Van Norden, Charles, Suffield [Ms.] 1866 

Warner, Lyman, Salisbury [Ms.] 1857 

Whitcomb, Cyrus B., Derby 1874 

Whittlesey, William, New Haven 1S37 

Wilcox, Asher H., Norwich Town 1865 

Williams, Francis P. , Hartford 1863 

Wilson, John 8., Bridgeport 1872 

Winslo w, Horace, Weatogue 1842 

Winter, Alpheus, sec. Middlefield 1863 

Wood, George L, Ellington 1840 

Woolsey, Theodore D., d.d., New Haven. 1846 

DAKOTA. 

Barnes, G. B., g. m., A. H. M. S.,Wahpeton,'68 
Bell, William 8., s. s. miss'y, Sioux Falls. 1864 

Bridgman, Lewi*, Cent revi lie 1840 

Brown, Amasa A., Mitchell 1851 

Brown, Edward, De 8met 1853 

Cobb, Henry W., Bowdle [111] 1845 

Croat*, James F., miss. A. M. A., Oahe. . . .1887 

Dickinson, William G., Webster 1873 

Ewing, William, supt. s. s„ Jamestown... 1879 

Frost, George B., [Ms.] 1883 

Gray,W. D. B., supt. s. s. soc.,Lake Henryl885 

Hetzler, Henry, Ger. miss., Eureka 1874 

Mack, Charles A., Glen Ullin 1884 

Patch, Isaac P., fin. sec. acad., Redtield..l877 
Reed, George W., miss. A. M.A., Ft. Yates, '87 

Reed, Leonard, Erie r O.J 1834 

Russell, James W., Yankton 1882 

Shaw, John T., prof, coll., Yankton 1885 

Simmons, H. C-, supt. A. H. M. 8., Fargo 1872 

Tomlin, David R., gen. miss., Red Held 18S5 

ZJpdyke, 8. G., prof. ag. coll., Brookings. .1871 
Ward, Jos., d. d., pres. coll., Yankton.... 1869 
Wiard, H. D., supt. A. H. M. 8.,Mitchell..l873 
Wood worth, H. B., prof. univ. Grand Forks'62 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

WASHINGTON. 

Burbank, Lysander T 1860 

Checkering, John W. [Mass.] 1S30 

Chickering, John W., Jr., Deaf Mute coll. I860 

Egleston. Nathaniel H. [Mass.] 1S45 

Nourse, Robert [Wis.] 1S67 

Patton, W. W., D. D., prea. Howard Univ. 1843 

Pond, Benjamin W., Patent Office 1S62 

8nell, M. Porter, agent Bib. Soc 1S70 

Whittlesey, Eliphalet, Indian com 1851 

FLORIDA. 
Austin, L. A., prof., Winter Park [Yt.] 1862 

Blaisdell, William S.,Tavares 1868 

Branch, John A. , Jacksonville 1880 

Cadwallader, Joseph, ev., Jacksonville. . ..1862 
Gale, 8. F., supt. A. H. M. 8., Jacksonville.1869 
Noble, Mason. Oriole 1869 



Rouse, Thomas H., Belle view [Me.] 1851 

Smith, Stephen D., ed„ Winter Park 1875 

Watt. David G., Pinellas 1840 

GEORGIA. 
Bumstead, H., d.d., prof. Univ. Atlanta.. 1872 

Call en, Wilson, 1881 

Francis, C. W., prof. Univ., Atlanta 1867 

Kennedy, Sam*l C, Atlanta [Fla.] . . .' 1885 

IDAHO. 
Bonnell, Wm. H., Pocatello [Col.] 1886 

ILLINOIS. 

Ablett, John C, Chicago [Mich.] 1887 

Adams, Edwin A., city miss , Chicago. . . .1868 

Alden, E. Judson, Chicago 1858 

Armstrong, J. C., supt. miss, soc, Chicagol874 

Baker, Joseph D., Cambridge 1844 

Bascom, Flavel, d. d., Princeton 1833 

Beane, Phineas A., Bath 1852 

Beecher, William H., Chicago 1830 

Betts, E. M. t agt. theo. sem.,Chicago [ Wis.]'69 
Bliss, C. R., sec. N.W.E.C, Chicago [Ms.] 1859 
Boardman, G. N., d.d., prof. sem.,Chicago 1854 
Bolt wood, Henry L., teacher, Evanaton...l864 

Bradshaw, John, Galesburg [Minn.] 1851 

♦Brobst, Flavius J., Chicago 1879 

Brooks, Wm. E., Chicago [Ct.] 1867 

Brown, Frederic H., Clifton 1862 

Bundy, Henry, Chicago 1878 

Buss, Henry, Sterling 1856 

Cox , Walter R. , Chicago 1887 

Curtiss, 8. Ives, d.d., prof, sem., Chicago. 1874 

Day, Hiram, Glencoe 1844 

Dickinson, Edmund F., c. m., Chicago 1841 

Edwards, R., ll. d.. supt. pub. inst., 

8pringtield 1873 

Ethridge, Albert, ev. Marseilles 1857 

Fisk, F. W., d.d., prof. theo. sem. .Chicago. '59 

Foote, Hiram, Rockford [Wis.] 1839 

Gilbert, G. H., prof. tbeo. sem., Chicago. 1886 

Gilbert. Simeon, D.D., ed., Chicago 1863 

•Hall, Martin S.\ Maiden 1871 

Hammond, Henry L., Chicago 1844 

Harrison, Henry 8., pub., Chicago 1884 

Hart, Walter O., Wheaton 1879 

Herrick, John R , Elgin [Ct.] 1854 

Hobbs, Edwin, Chicago 1875 

Hollister, M. F., treas. theo .sem. ,Chicago,1870 
Humphrey, Simon J., d. d., dist. sec. 

A. B. C. F. M., Chicago 1854 

Hyde, Azariah, Galesburg 1846 

Jernberg, R. A., inst. theo. sera., Chicago.1887 

Johnson, Gideon 8., Stillman Valley 1841 

Keen, Lyman 8., Tremont 1879 

Kelsey, Henry 8., Chicago [Ms.] 1874 

King, John C, Wheaton, Neb 1845 

Kirkland, Alex. H., Chicago 1878 



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MINISTERS WITHOUT PASTORAL CHARGE. 



345 



Knight, Horace B., Chicago [Ind.] 1884 

Lane, Larraon B., m. d., St. Charles 1848 

Lord, Amasa C, Somonauk 1848 

McChesney, James, 1848 

McCord, John D., evangelist, Chicago. . . .1863 

McCracken, Robert, Paxton 1833 

Machin, Charles, Prospect Park 1838 

Mack, Josiah A., agt. Bib. Soc, Chicago. .1860 
Matthews, W. D. A., prison miss., Onarga.1872 

Mills, Henry, Canton 1854 

Miller, J. Wood, 1874 

Moore, William A., Downer's Grove 1872 

Nichols, Washington A., Lake Forest.... 1838 

Parker, Thomas, Chicago [Mich.] 1870 

Parr, John H., Chicago 1882 

Partridge, George C, Batavia 1837 

Peabody, C, sec. A. T. 8., Chicago [Mo. J. 1845 

Pentield, Samuel, Joliet [Dak.] 1849 

Perkins, Say well, Grayville 1860 

Perry, P. W., p.,Western Springs [Mich.].1866 

Porter, Samuel, Crete 1838 

Prentiss, Norman A., teacher, Aurora... 1873 

Quaile, Thomas R., 1879 

♦Radford, Walter, 1874 

# Richards, John L., Chicago 1844 

Robei ts, Hiram P., Galesburg 1853 

Roy, Jos. E., dist. sec. A. M. A., Chicago. 1853 

Savage, George S. F., D. D., Chicago 1847 

Savage, William T., d. d., Quincy 1838 

Scott, Andrew J 1874 

Scott, Eraatus H., Chicago 1878 

Scott, H. M.,d.d., prof, sem., Chicago... 1874 

Sell, Henry T., Chicago 1877 

Shepherd, Samuel, Chicago 1883 

Smith, Edwin G., Bib. Soc, Princeton ...1850 

Smith, John D , Chicago 1879 

Smith, Nathaniel, Geneseo 1844 

Smith, William E 1865 

Smith, William H., Aurora 1879 

8tevens, Asahel A., Peoria 1848 

Stiver, Samuel L., teacher, Bunker Hill.. .1879 

Strong, John M., Waukegan 1863 

Taintor, C. H., dist. sec. A. C. U., Chicago. 1879 
Tanner.E. A.,d.d., pre«. coll., Jacksonville. 1873 

Taylor, 1 .athrop, Rutland 1843 

Thompson, M. M., Chicago [Io.] 1868 

Thompson, Nathan, Elgin [Mass.] 1865 

Tompkins, James, sec. 111. H. M . ti 1867 

Warner, Pliny F., ed., Havana 1860 

Whittles ley, Martin K., d.d., sec, Ottawa. 1849 
Wilcox, Giles B., d.d., prof. sem.,Chicago.l853 

Williams, Geo. W., Adams 1860 

Williams, John M., Chicago 1843 

Wyckoff, James D., ev., Galesburg 1859 

INDIANA. 

♦Aldrlch, Leander J , Merom 1885 

Curtis, E. D. , supt. h. m., Indianapolis • . . .1883 



Evans, Charles, Brazil [Mich.] 1873 

Goodman, William W., Macksville 1848 

Hayes, James, Coal Bluff 1879 

McCormick, Thomas B., Princeton 1837 

Preston, J. R., State miss., La Grange. . . .1865 

Rollins, John C, Lafayette [N. H.] 18S3 

Warburton, Charles S., Indianapolis 1870 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Blue Jacket, Charles, Blue Jacket 1854 

IOWA. 

Adams, Calvin C, Cedar Falls 1850 

Adams, Harvey, New Hampton. . ... 1843 

Alderson, James, Rockwell 1846 

Amsden, Benjamin M., Manchester 1847 

Arnold, Seth A., Kelley 1871 

Baldwin, C. G., sec.Y.MC. A.,Dcs Moines.1881 

Barnes, Stephen G., Grinnell 1881 

Barstow, Charles, Ames 1852 

Beman, Albert M., gen. miss., Red Oak . .1879 

Bennett, Ethan O., Brighton 1853 

Brainerd, Timothy G., Grinnell 1840 

Brewer, James, Gladbrook 1859 

Brooks, Wm. M., pres. coll., Tabor 1866 

Buck, Samuel J., prof, coll., Grinnell 1863 

Burton, Nathan L., gen. miss., Le Mars.. .1877 

Canfield, Thomas H ., Mcdiopolis 1840 

Chamberlain, Jo»hua M., Grinnell 1859 

Chamberlain, Wm. J., pres. coll., Ames ..1886 

Chapman, Daniel, Independence 1842 

Coleman, Wm. L., Grinnell 1842 

Cooley, Orramel W., Glenwood 1848 

Countryman, Asa, Iowa Falls 1877 

Cross, Moses K., Waterloo 1842 

Douglass, T. O., sec. I. H. M. S., Grinnell, 1868 

D wight, Meletiah E., Fairfield 1869 

Ecteon, Henry E., prof, coll., Grinnell... .1881 

Evans, Thomas W., Columbus City 1846 

Everest, Asa E , Grinnell 1850 

Fairfield, Fred. W., prof, coll., Tabor ....1871 

Freeman, Hiram, Sioux City [Wis.] 1843 

Gates, Geo. A., pres. coll., Grinnell 1882 

Gibbs, Charles, Cedar Falls 1858 

Goodenow, Smith B., Battle Creek 1843 

Grinnell, Josiah B., Grinnell 1848 

Hancock, Charles, Denmark 186 1 

Hassell, Richard, Toledo 1844 

Helms, Stephen D., Highland 1848 

Hobart, Milo, Mount Pleasant 1861 

Home, John F., Independence 1882 

Hughes, Robert W., Grinnell 1874 

Johansen, Bernt, gen. mins., Forest City. .1872 

Jones, F. P., Dubuque 

* Jones, Samuel, Wales 1864 

Kimball, Edward, Miles 1878 

Kimball, Edward P. , Monticello 1852 

Lane, Bradford B., Maxwell 1869 



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[1888. 



Lewie, David R., Muchachinock 1861 

Lyman, Addison, Kellogg 1S47 

♦McCelland, Thomas, orof. coll., Tabor... 1882 
Magoun, George F., D.D., prof., Grinnell. .1848 

Ma neon, Albert, Marion 1841 

Marble, William II., Holland 1841 

Merrill, Thomas, De« Moines 1842 

Mershon, James R., Newton 1848 

Miles. Milo N., Des Moines 1835 

Morse. James E., Marengo 1871 

Parker, Henry W., prof, coll., Grinnell... 1848 

Peet,.Josiah W. t Nevinville 1840 

Pell, Thorna-*, Sibley 1859 

Porter, Giles H., Gamavillo 1844 

Preston, Edwin T., Baxter 1857 

Reed, Julius A., Davenport 1836 

Rice, George G., Council Bluff* 1851 

Robbins, Horace H. , Muscatine 1S74 

Russell, Isaac, Monticello 1847 

Schlosser, George, Davenport 1833 

Skeels, Henry M., evang., Grinnell [III. J.. 1876 

Simonds, William D., Iowa Falls 1885 

Spell, William, Bancroft 1856 

Swift, Eliphalet Y., Denmark 1844 

Thomas, Thomas D., Red Oak 18S1 

Todd, John, Tabor 1844 

Tcwle, C. A., s. s. miss., Cedar Rapids . . .1869 

Upton, John R., Sibley 1851 

White, George H., Chester Centre 1856 

Wilder, John C, Northwood [Vt.] 1837 

Williams, Lloyd, Excelsior [Pa.] 1883 

KANSAS. 

Allenbaugh, John W., Fort Scott 1880 

Bacon, Joseph F.. Topeka 1887 

♦Baker, Zebina, Waushara 1834 

Blenkarn, Wm. T., Wabaunsee 1869 

Broad, L. P.,supt. A. H. M. 8., Topeka.. 1873 

Brown, Robert, Leavenworth 1861 

Brundidge, H. A., supt. sch., Fredonia. . . .1861 

Brunker, James, — 1874 

Burnell, Arthur T., prin. acad.. Eureka ..1883 

By rd, John H., Lawrence 1846 

Copeland, Jonathan, Beaumont 1884 

Dean, Martin G., Hutchinson 1S52 

De La Vergne, Alexander L., Gere 1877 

Dixon, James J. A T., Bunker Hill 1S56 

Eckman, James K. , Osborn 1869 

Elam, Abner, Junction City 

Embleton, John S., Car bond ale 1874 

Fair hild, George T., Manhattan 1870 

Feeraster, Paul S., Fowler 1869 

Feemster, Robert M. D., Fulton 1877 

Foster, Feslus, ed 1883 

Fox, Jared W., Ridgeway 1839 

Graves, Alpheus 1841 

Harper, Joel, ed., Wichita 1882 

Hawkins, Lucius, Leavenworth 1862 



•Hay ward, John, Sldell 1887 

Houghawont, F. 8., Junction City (?) 

King, H. A. L., Fort Scott 1880 

Kloss, Daniel, Highland 1860 

♦McCartney, Henry R 1887 

McKesson, Charles L., Parsons 1883 

! McVicar, P., d. d., pres. coll., Topeka. . . .1861 

Matson, Albert, Topekn 1871 

Mesaer, Charles B., Hcber 1854 

Mitchell, Ammi R., Westmoreland 1855 

Myers, Hiram, lee, Hutchinson 1852 

Newell, Francis P., Cedarville 1844 

•Northrop, George E 1866 

Olds, Frank B., North Lawrence 1870 

Paine, Rodney, North Topeka 1843 

Palmer, Oscar A. , Downs 1873 

• Parker, John D., chaplain, Fort Riley. . . .1865 

' Parker, Roswell D., Manhattan 1858 

Pomeroy, Lemuel, Muscotah 1840 

. Richardson, A. M., Lawrence 1847 

Schlichter, John B., supt. schools, Sterling. 1873 

- 8ikes, Lewis E., Leonard ville 1848 

Storrs, Sylvester D., agt. A. B. 3., Topeka. 1858 

Tooker, John F., Jetmore 1861 

Utley, Wells H., Parsons 1877 

Vearie, Walter C, ev., Wichita 1884 

Wo<>dcock, Henry E., Lawrence 1848 

Young, Jonathan E., Kirwin 1869 

KENTUCKY. 

Fairchild, E. H., d. d., pres. coll., Berea. .1841 

- Hunting, Bruce 8., Berea 1875 

! Wright, Walter E. C, prof., Berea 1868 

LOUISIANA. 

Hitchcock, Rufus C, pres. Straight Univ., 
New Orleans 1886 

MAINE. 

Adams, Jona E., d.d. ,sec. M. M.S., Bangor, '59 

Allen, Edward P.. Limington [N. J.] 1886 

Baker, John W. H., Farmington Falls 1865 

Baker, Silas, Standish 1332 

Brastow, Thomas E.. Rockport 1865 

Bunnell, Phillip, Phillips 1828 

Burnham, Jonas, Farmington 1858 

Carruthers, John J., n. D., Portland 1819 

: Chapman, Calvin, Kennebunkport 1842 

: *Closson, Josiah T., Lebanon 1871 

Cook, Eraulue C 1863 

Cross, Wellington R., Milltown 1865 

Cummings, Ephraim C, Portland [Yt.] . . .1858 

Cushman, David Q , Warren 1838 

Denio, Francis B., prof, sem., Bangor. ... 1881 

♦Drew, Frank L-, Bangor 1881 

Emerson, John D., Kennebunkport 1858 

Emerson, Rufus W., Monson 1856 

Fiske, John O., d. d., Bath 184* 



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347 



Gould, Samuel L., Bethel 1839 

Harlow, Edwin A., gen. miss., Bangor. . .1863 

Hart, Henry B.. Brooksville 1869 

Hawes, Charles T., Litchfield 1885 

♦Howes, Herbert R., Charleston 1871 

Hutchinson, Henry H., Auburn 1869 

Hyde, W. DeW., pres. B. C. Brunswick. 1883 

Ilsley, Horatio, South Freeport 1837 

Ives. Alfred £., Castine 1838 

Jordan, Ebenezer S., Cumberland 1856 

Keep, Marcus R., Ashland 1847 

Knight, Elbridge, Fort Fairfield 1843 

Lane, Daniel, Freeport 1843 

Loring, Amasa, Yarmouth ville 1842 

Loring, Henry S., Wintbrop 1850 

Loring, Joseph, East Otisfield 1833 

Marsh, Charles A., 1880 

Mitchell, Thomas G., Madison 1846 

Osgood, Edward R., Bluehill 1871 

Paine, Levi L., d.d., prof, sem., Bangor.. 1861 

Pearson, Samuel W., Brunswick 1870 

Rope*, Chas. J. H., prof, sem., Bangor... 1877 
Sewall, John S.,d. D.,prof. sem , Bangor 1859 

Shirly, Arthur, 1872 

Skinner, Alfred L., Bucksport 1854 

Smith, Joseph, Bangor 1842 

Stearns, L. F., D. D., prof, sem., Bangor.. 1873 

Storer, Henry G., Scarboro' 1852 

Talcott, Daniel S., d.d., Bangor 1836 

Tappan, Benjamin, D. D., Norridgewock. .1838 

Tenney, Sewall, d. d., Ellworth 1831 

Tewksbury, George F., Oxford 1838 

Thornton, James B., Scarboro' 1851 

Warren, Israel P., d.d., ed., Portland 1842 

Wiswall, Alexander, Skowhegan 1879 

Woodruff, Frank E.,prof.,Brunswick [Ms.] '83 
York, Samuel S., gen. miss., Notch 1887 

MARYLAND. 

Ball, Wayland D., Baltimore, p 1884 

Rawson, E. K., U. 8. chap., Annapolis.. 1872 

MASSACBUSETTS. 

Abbe, Fred. R., Dorchester 1857 

Adams, Darwin, Groton 1828 

Alden, Edmund K.,d.d., sec. f. m., Boston. 1850 

*Allard, Joseph, a. p., FhII River 1886 

Allen, Fred. H., Boston [Ct.] 1874 

Allen, George E., Norton 1858 

Amaron, Calvin E., pres. coll., Springfield,1879 
Armstrong, Edward P., tea., Springfield, 1881 

Ayer, Charles L., Stur bridge 1859 

Ayers, Milan C, ed. Newton Highlands ..1874 

Barrows, William, d. d., Heading 1845 

Bascom, John, ll. d., Williamstown 1859 

Batt, William J., chaplain, Warnerville. .1857 

Beaman, Warren H., Amherst 1841 

Bisbee, John II., Westfield 1834 



Biscoe, Thomas C, Holliston 1838 

Boynton,Geo.M., D.D.,sec. 8.S. Soc. Boston, '63 

Bruce, Charles C, West Medford 1878 

Buck, E., city miss., Fall River [R. I.] . . . 1854 
Bullard, Ebenezer W.,8tockbridge [N.H.]1838 

Burt, Daniel C. , New Bedford 1835 

Butler, D., d. d., sec. M. B. Soc, Waverly,1838 

Butler, 8. Russell, Northampton 1856 

Byington, Ezra H. , Worcester 1859 

Callan, Michael J., Waltham [Ct.] 1870 

Capron, George O, W. Taunton 188S 

Carpenter, Charles C, Andover [N. H.J..1860 

Chapman, Elias, Roxbury 1845 

Clark, E. Benedict, Chicopee 1839 

Chase, Kdward A., Chelsea 1884 

Clark, Edward, Springfield 1839 

Clark, Edward W., Westboro' [N. H.]...1850 

Clark, Frank E., Auburndale 1870 

Clark, Frank G., West Medford 1869 

Clark, Josiah B., Islington [Vt.] 1838 

Clark, N. George, d.d., sec. f. m., Boston 1857 

Clark, Theodore J., Northfield 1842 

Clizbe, Jay, Amherst [N. Y.] 1865 

Cobb, William H., lib. Newton Centre 1872 

Coggin, William S., Boxford 1838 

Coit, Joshua, sec. Ms. H. M. Soc, Boston. 1860 

Colton, Aaron M., Easthampton 1840 

Cook, Jonathan B., Holliston [N. H.] 1850 

Cooley , Henry, Springfield 1846 

Cornell, William M., d. d., Boston 1830 

Cote, Thomas G. A., Lowell 1871 

Cowles, John P., Ipswich 1833 

Creegan, C. O, D.D.,fdl. sec. f. m., Boston, 1874 

Cross, Joseph W., West Boylston 1834 

Curtis, Walter W., W. Stockbridge 1372 

Cutler, Brainerd B , Heath 1837 

Cutter, Marshall M„ Boston 1868 

Dana, J. Jay, Alford 1835 

Dennen, 8tephen R., West Newton 1855 

Dexter, Henry M., d. d., editor, Boston. ..1844 

Dexter, Morton, editor, Boston 187S 

Dickinson , Henry A . , Huntington 1869 

Dike, S. W., sec. div. ref. lea., Auburndale,'6& 

Dudley, Martin, Lowell 1851 

Dunham, Isaac, Bridgewater 1835 

Dunning, A.E., d.d., sec. S. 8. Soc, Boston, '70 

Dutton, Albert J., Framingham [Vt J 1863 

Dutton, Horace, Auburndale 1868 

Eastman, Lucius R., ev., Boston 1837 

Eaton, Joseph M. R., Fitchburg 1845 

Edwards, Henry L., Northampton 1857 

Emery, P. H., supt. asso. char., Taunton. 1837 

Evans, Samuel E., Duxbury 1867 

Farnharn,L., sec. gen. theo. lib.. Boston.. 1844 

Fay, Henry C, Somerville [N. H.] 1850 

Field, Thomas P., d. d., Amherst 1840 

Foster, Andre w B. , Orange 1844 

Fowler, Stacy, ed., Boston 1863 



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Fuller, H.T.,prin. Free acnd., Worcester. .1870 
Gallagher, \V. Jr.,prin.sem.,Eastbampton.l874 

Gannett, George, d. D. f tea., Boston 1849 

German, John H., North Orange 1847 

Giddings, Edward J. , Housatonic 1857 

Goldsmith, Charles F., Magnolia 1879 

Gordon, Root. F., city miss., Dorchester.. 1876 

Gould, George H., d. d., Worcester 1852 

Gould, Mark, Worcester [N. H .] 1857 

Greene, Wm. B., Needham 1855 

Griffin, Edward H., prof., Williamstown.1868 
Griffin, Geo.H..agt. A.8.S.U.,8pringfield.l865 

Grimes, Frank F., Charlemont 1875 

Grout, Alden, Springfield 1835 

Haluy, John W., Lowell 1864 

Hamilton, Henry H., Chester [N. H.] 1872 

Hamilton, J. A., d.d., sec. C.&E. 8. Boston. 1861 

Hamlin, Cyrus, D. d., Lexington 1838 

Hanks, 8. W., sec. 8. F. 8., Boston 1840 

Harrington, Eli W., Pepperell 1837 

Hartshorne, Vaola J., Brockton 1865 

Hat-kell, John, Billerica 1850 

Haven, John, Charlton 1836 

Hawks, Theron H., d.d., Springfield [O.] 1855 

Hayes, Stephen H., Boston 1854 

Hay ward, S., p. un. ch., Globe Village... 1861 
Hazen, Henry A., sec.Cong. House, Boston. 1858 

Headley,I. H. B., Boston 1877 

Headley, Phineas C, Lexington 1850 

Herrick, William D., Amherst 1860 

Hodgmah, Edwin R., Townsend 1849 

Hopley, Samuel, Lee 1855 

Howard, Hiram L., Boston 1874 

Howard, R. B., sec. Am. Peace Soc, Boston '60 
Humphrey, John P., Northfield [ Vt.] . . , .1847 

Huntington, Henry 8., Boston [Me.] 1866 

Ide, Alexis W., West Med way 1859 

Jenness, George O., Hyde Park 1869 

Johnson, Francis H., Andover 1861 

Jones, Charles, North Abington 1835 

Jones, L.. gen.rai88.,WellesleyHill8 [N.Y ] '85 

Juchau, George, Arlington Heights 1869 

Kimball, Charles C, D. d., Boston [Vt.] . .1863 

Kingman, Matthew, Amherst 1845 

Kingsbury, Chas. A., Chestnut Hill [N.Y.] '72 

Lane, Saurin E., D.D., Auburndaie 1845 

Lanphear, Orpheus T., d.d., Beverly 1849 

Lawrence, Amos E., Newton Centre 1848 

Lawrence, Edward A., Marblehead [N.Y. j 1873 

Leland, John H. M., Amherst 1847 

Loomis, Aretas G., Greenfield 1850 

Lord, John M., Weymouth 1851 

Lyman, George, Amherst 1851 

Lyman, Payson W., Belchertown 1871 

McLeod, Hugh, Lynn 1855 

Mansfield, Frank A., Boston [N. Y.] 18S6 

Marsh, Dwight W., d. d., Amherst 1849 

Marsh, Loring B., Springfield 1859 



Marvin, Abjiah P., Lancaster 1844 

May, T. Melbourne, Southbridge [N. Y.].1872 

Means, James H., d.d., Dorchester 1848 

MerrelL Samuel, Springfield 1850 

Merrill, Selah, d.d., Andover 1864 

Merriman, Wm. E., d.d., Boston 1857 

Miliar, Joel D.. teacher, Leominster 1866 

Miller, Robert D., Walnut Hill [Vt.] 1856 

Miller, Simeon, Springfield 1846 

Mitchell, Charles L., Methuen [Mo.] 1871 

Morgan, Charles, Chester 1862 

Morgan, John F., Springfield [Kan.] 1865 

Morley, 8ardis B., Pittfield 1851 

Noble, Edward W.,D. D., Somerville 1849 

Norton, John F., Natick 1844 

j Paine, Albert, Roxbury 1848 

Painter, Chas. C, Great Barrington [Ct.].1863 
Palmer, E. B., treas. H.M. Soc, Boston.. 1859 

Park, Calvin E., West Boxford 1838 

Park, Horace, Shirley Village 1861 

Peabody, Charles, Springfield 1841 

Peck, Whitman, Chester [Ct. ] 1844 

Peloubet. Francis N., d. d., Natick 1857 

Perkins, Ariel E. P.. d. d m Worcester.. . .1844 
Perry, Arthur L., prof., Williamstown...l875 

Perry, Ralph, Agawam 1844 

Pierce, George, Phillipston 1872 

Pike, John, d. d., Rowley 1838 

Pitkin, Paul H., teacher, Springfield 1866 

Porter, Edward C, Charlestown [Ct.]. . . .1884 

Pratt, Francis G., Middleboro' 1849 

Puddefoot, W.G.,h. m. agt., S.Framingham,'80 
Rand, WilUam H., m. d., Lowell [N. H.J..1872 

Rea, John T., Cotuit 1873 

Reade, Wm. Churchill, Beverly [N. H.]..1870 

Richardson, Martin L., Worcester 1860 

Richmond, James, Tapleyville [N. Y.]....1878 

Richmond, Thomas T., Taunton 1832 

Roberts, Jacob, Auburndaie 1839 

Robie, Thomas 8., Boston 1859 

Rodman, Daniel 8., Wellesley [N. J.] 1849 

Ropes, William L., librarian, Andover. . . .1853 

Russell, Ezekiel, d. d., Holbrook 1836 

Ryder, Chas. J., sect. A. M. A., Boston.. .1869 

Samuel, Robert, Brewster 1859 

Sanford, Enoch, d. d., Raynham 1823 

Scott, Charles, Reading [N. H.] 1854 

Scott, Nelson, Amherst 1846 

Seelye, L. C, d. d., pres., Northampton.. 1863 
Seelye, Samuel T., d. d., Easthampton. . . .1846 

Sessions, Alexander J., Beverly 1838 

Sheldon, Stewart,d.sec.A.C.U. Salem [Dak.]'54 

Slack, Ezra A., Brookllne [N. H.] 1881 

Smith, Burritt A., Worcester [Ct.] 1865 

Smith, Judson, d. d., sect. f. m., Boston.. 1866 

Smith, William S., Auburndaie 1854 

Stanton, George F., Boston 1866 

Stebbins, Charles E., Brookfield 1859 



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349 



Strong, Edward, d. d., Boston 1842 

Strong, Elnathan E., D. D., ed., Boston . . . .1859 
Summer, Charles E., Southwick [N. H.]. 1873 

Sylvester, Charles, Feeding Hills 1857 

Tappan, Daniel D., Topsfield 1826 

Taylor, J.,D.D.,die.8ec.A.T.S.,Boston[R.I.] , 47 

Temple, Josiah H., Framingham 1 845 

Terry, Calvin, North Weymouth 1846 

Thayer, J. Henry, d.d., prof., Cambridge f 1859 

Thayer, William M. , Franklin 1849 

Thompson, Leander, North Woburn 1838 

Tingley, Edwin S. , Dudley 1871 

Tisdale, William R., Townsend [N. H.]..1847 

Tobey, Rufus B., Fitchburg 1880 

Towne, Joseph H., Andover 1832 

Trask, John L. R., p„ Springfield 1867 

Tucker, Joshua T., D. D., Boston 1837 

Tufts, James, Monson 1844 

Tuttle, Wm. G., Worcester 1851 

Tyler, Henry M., prof., Northampton 1872 

Tyler, W. S., d.d., prof., Amherst 1859 

Underwood, R. S., ev., Northampton 1867 

Vaill, Wm. K. t Enfield 1866 

Vincent, John H., Chelmsford 1879 

Walker, C S., prof. Agr. Coll., Amherst . .1871 

Warren, Wm. F., Springfield 1869 

Wellman, Joshua W., d. d., Maiden 1851 

Wells, Moses H., Northfield [Vt.] 1845 

Wheeler, John E., Maiden 1869 

Wight, Daniel, Natick 1842 

Willcox, William H., d. D., Maiden 1850 

Willt-y, Worcester, Andover 1844 

Williams, Robert G., Amherst 1851 

Wilton, Richard T., Gloucester 1881 

Winchester, W. W., Williamstown [Vt.].1854 

Winship, Albert E., ed., Boston 1875 

Wood, Charles W., Bridgewater 1839 

Wood, Franklin P., Acton 1871 

Wood, John, Fitchburg 1840 

Wood, Will C, Boston 1868 

♦Woodwell, William H., Newburyport...l873 

Wood worth, C. L., d.d., Watertown 1S49 

Worcester, Isaac R., Auburndale 1831 

Wright, Edwin S., Amherst 1846 

♦Wright, George F. , South Walpole 1876 

MICHIGAN. 

Abbott Theo. C, prof. Agr. Coll., Lansing, 1867 

Allen, William C, 1873 

Angell, Marcus 8., Grand Rapids 1860 

Baldwin, John A., Detroit 1875 

Barnum, George, Lowell [O.] 1843 

Baxter, Thomas G., Cooper 1884 

Bettes, Darius, Grand Rapids 1848 

Bradford, Park A. C 1879 

Bradley, William, Lapeer 1875 

Breed, Samuel D., Ann Arbor 1862 

•Bryant, Stephen O., Olivet 1868 



*Bu.«weIl, J. O., 1886 

Butler, Heury E., prof., Alma 1865 

•Butler, James E., 1886 

Cady, Cornelius S., Ann Arbor 1843 

Candee, George, ed., Grand Rapids 1862 

Carter, Ferdinand E., Gladstone 1865 

Cross, Andrew M., Ovid 1883 

Dawson, John B., Essexville 1860 

D'Ooge, Martin L., prof., Ann Arbor 1887 

De Puy, Wellington, Hopkins 1884 

Downer, Sawyer B., Prattville 1875 

Eddy, Zachary, d. d., Detroit 1835 

Estabrook, Joseph, supt. pub. inst.,01ivet.l852 

EvurtH, Nathaniel K., Dorr 1850 

Fairfield, Miner W., Ypsilanti 1848 

Frink, Lemuel T., Jackson..,..' 1868 

Frost, Daniel D. , Olivet [Ct.] 1846 

Glidden, N. Dimic, Ithaca 1859 

Goodrich, Darius N., Olivet 1865 

Goodwin, Henry M., Olivet , 1851 

Graves, Joseph S., Niles 1843 

Hale, Lewis E., Bear Lake 1877 

Harvey, Edward H., Paw Paw 1872 

Holliday, Henry M., Olivet 1866 

Holmes, Thomas, ed., Chelsea 1844 

Hosford, Oramel, prof. O. C, Olivet 1858 

Hovenden, Robert, East Tawas 1866 

Hurd, Philo R., d.jx, Detroit 1840 

Hurlbut, Henry C, Howard City 1861 

Kedzie, Adam S., ed., Grand Haven 1845 

Kidder, John S , Hopkins 1843 

Kirkland, Elias E., Homestead 1846 

Lewis, Richard, Grand Haven 1864 

Liggett, James D., tea., Detroit 1859 

Lyon, J. Monroe, Metamora 1879 

McConnoughey, Austin N., Caro 1843 

Miller, Daniel, Glen Arbor 1868 

Miller, E. W., St. S. 8. supt., Big Rapids. 1873 

M itchell, William, Detroit 1857 

Moore, Benjamin, Middleville 1857 

Morse, Henry C, Union City 1846 

Patchin, John, Manchester 1850 

Pollard, George A., Grand Rapids 1855 

Porter, Jeremiah, Detroit [Wis.] 1831 

Powell, Isaac P., Grand Rapids [Ct.] 1868 

Richards, Jonathan E., pres. p., St. Louis. .1876 

Roberts, William G., Three Rivers 1872 

Sanderson, John P., ed., Detroit 1876 

Scott, Enos B., Onekama 18S2 

Scurr, William, Detroit 1883 

Sessions, Samuel, St. Johns 1832 

Shaw, Edwin W., La Barge 1858 

Shultz, Jacob D., Whittaker 1865 

Smith, Moses, Detroit 1859 

Smith, William J., Grand Rapids 1844 

Spooner, Charles, Greenville 1837 

Stone, Edward P., Arkdale 1861 

Taylor, James F., Saugatuck 1835 



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Temple, Charles, Otsego 1351 

Thompson, Oren C, Detroit 1834 

•Thrush, J. Walter, 1881 

Utter wick, Ilenry, Grand Kapids 1806 

Vaa Auken, Abram, Potterville 1879 

Van Auken, O. F., ev., \V. Windsor 1877 

Van Auken, John C, Sault Ste. Marie. . . .1S84 

Van Camp, Albert J., East Saginaw 1874 

Warner, Samuel, Dundee 1886 

Warren, ]<eroy, supt. A.H.M.8., Lansing. 1862 

Wastell, William P. , Clinton 1832 

♦Westgate, Ansel W., Alpena [Mass.] 1862 

Williams, Wolcott B., Charlotte 1854 

Wilson, George E., Pittsford 1875 

Worden, Jesse A. 6., Saranac 1867 

Wright, Newell S., Detroit 1873 

MINNESOTA. 

A l mstrong, Robert S. , Canton 1856 

Barnes, George B., Campbell [Dak.] 1868 

Barteau, Sidney H,, Angus 1857 

Carlson, John W., p. Lu.ch., Stillwater.... 
Chapin, Nathan C, Minneapolis [Wis.].. 1851 

Chase, Henry L., Minneapolis 1864 

Col ton, Erastus, Minneapolis [Ct.] 183S 

Fiiield, Lebbeus B. Minneapolis [Neb.] .. .1857 

Hall, Kichard, 8t. Paul 1850 

Hart, Edwin J., Cottage Grove 1856 

Hart, H. H., sec. Board of Cor., St. Paul. .1881 
Herrick,R. P.,geu. h. m.mi88.Montevideo,1883 

Hull, Jacob 8. , St. Cloud 1878 

Hunt, Nehemiah A., Northlield 1846 

Huntington, Geo. prof, coll., Northfield...l864 

Kribs, Ludwig, Hawley 1843 

Leonard, Wm., Minneapolis [Ms.] 1844 

Loring, Levi. Minneapolis 1862 

McLeod, Norman [Io.] 1848 

Magnus, Daniel, Swed. tea., Minneapolis. .1886 

Merrill, Elijah W., Minneapolis 1864 

Montgomery, Andrew, Minneapolis [Ct.].1865 
Montgomery, M. W., supt.A.H.M.S.,do..l878 
Morley, J. II., supt. A. H. M.S., Minneapolis. 1S67 

Morse, Alfred, Austin 1848 

Morton, Edwin C, [Dak.] 1884 

Norton, William W., Northlield 1858 

Nutting, George B., Hancock 1851 

Pearson, Arthur H., prof .coll.,Northiield. 1880 

Pierce, Nathaniel H., Minneapolis 1860 

Roe, Alvah D., Stillwater 1867 

Salter, Charles C, Duluth 1859 

Starr, Otis A. , Montevideo 1870 

Strong, J.W., D.D., pres. coll., Northlield. 1862 

S iron g, John C. , Centre Chain 1846 

Torrey, R. A., city miss., Minneapolis. . . .1878 

Walcott, Frank N., 1877 

Wheelwright, John B., Minneapolis[Me.].1856 

Willey, Austin, Northfield 1859 

Williams, E. 8., city miss., Minneapolis . . 1864 



MISSOURI. 

Adams, C. D., prof, coll., Springfield 1885 

Blake, George O., Kansas City [Kan.] 1876 

Brown, H. C, gen. miss., Springfield 1868 

Calland,WmC.,agt.,L>ruryCoU.Springfi'd.l880 

Campbell, Wm. H., Kansas City 1886 

Doe, Franklin B., h. m. supt., St. Louis.. 1854 

Douglass, Alexander, Big Springs 1882 

Elliot, 8. G., miss., A. S. 8.U., Aurora... 1864 

Feemster, Samuel B., Almartha .1876 

Hicks, Irl. R., 8t. Louis 1871 

Holcombe, Gilbert T., Hannibal [Io.] 1876 

IngaIls,F.T.,D.D. t pres. coll., Springfield ,1870 
McNair, David C.^Mine La Motte [N.Y.].l879 

Marple, Abel, Wheeling 1884 

Miner, Samuel E., Ridgeway [Wis.l 1844 

Neubauer, Julius, Kansas City [Mass.] . . . .1885 

Plumb, Joseph C, Springfield 1869 

Richmond, J., miss. A. T. 8., Carthage... 1862 
Russell, Howard H., cm. Kansas City [O.] 1885 
Sage, Charles J., s. s. m., Kansas City. . . .1885 

8chwarzauer, Charles M., 1878 

Seward, Edwin D., Laclede 1843 

Stevens, Julius, Brookline 1869 

Weeks, Frank M 1887 

Wellman, Wheeler M., Kansas City [Kan.]1871 

Woodcock, Henry E., Kansas City 1848 

Zercher, Henry, Lamar 1879 

NEBRA8KA. 

Barber, Frank W., Franklin 1883 

Barrows, Simon, Neligh 1855 

Bates, Henry, Crete 1843 

Bent, George, Hazard 1856 

Benton, Ledyard E., Crete 1864 

Bisbee, Charles G., Fontanelle 1861 

Bross, Harmon, gen. miss., Cbadron 1863 

*Brown, Luther E., tea., Ogalalla 1884 

Doolittle, John B., Franklin 1864 

Eastman , Warren F. , Rushvil le 1877 

Grout, Simeon N., Oxford 1850 

Heaton, Isaac E., Fremont 1837 

Hosford, Henry B., North Piatt [O.] 1850 

Jones, D. Jerome, Crete 1862 

Kidder, James, Norfolk 1858 

Knowles, David, Greenwood 1846 

Leavitt, William, ed., Norfolk 1868 

Maile, Jno. L., supt. A. H. M. 8., Omaha,1872 

Mathews, Luther P., Crete 1853 

Mead, Martin H.,Verdon 1878 

Orvis, William B., Ayr. [N. J.] 1847 

Perry, D. Brainard, pres. coli , Crete 1871 

Piatt, Henry D., Franklin 1851 

Poage, Geo. C, Hastings 1835 

Pugh, Thomas, Fairfield 1848 

Riggs, Alfred L., miss., Santee [Dak.]... 1863 

Sallenbach, Henry H., Lincoln 1867 

8cheuerle, Gottleib, 1866 



1888.] 



MINISTERS WITHOUT PASTORAL CHAEGE. 



351 



Scott, Geo. , Sutton 1881 

Show, Arley B., prof., Crete 1884 

Sparrow, Josiah P., Creighton 1858 

Storm, Julius E. t Kearney 1875 

Stewart. Jeremiah D., s. *. m., Aurora.... 1872 

Taylor, George E., Indianola 1880 

Thing, MiloJ. P., Omaha 1884 

Wainwright, Geo. M., agt. A. B. 8., Blair, 1862 

NEW HAMP8HIRE. 

♦Adams, Lucien H., Derry 1862 

Arm 08, Josiah L., Nashua 1846 

Bartlett, S. C, d. d., pres. D. C, Hanover. 1843 

Bisbee, M. D., lib. D. C, Hanover 1874 

Blttinger, John Q , Haverhill 1860 

Blake. J., m. d., Gilmanton Iron Works.. 1838 

"B Ian chard, Silas M., Hudson Centre 1853 

Burbank, Justin E., Concord 1858 

Butler, Gardner S. , Union 1877 

■Campbell, Gabriel, prof. D. C, Hanover.. 1868 

Carter, Nathan P., Concord [Vt.] 1867 

Chapman, Jacob, Exeter 1845 

Chase, Levi G., Concord [Vt.] 1870 

Connell, David, Woodstock 1842 

♦Cutler, Charles, Lake Village 1857 

Davis, Josiah G., D. D., Amherst 1844 

Dow, William W M Portsmouth 1866 

Ernst, Frederic W., tea., Franconia [N.Y.]1880 

Fiske, Albert W.,Penacook 1833 

Garretson, Ferd. V. D., ev., Franconia ...1871 

Goodhue, Daniel, Pembroke [ Vt.] 1848 

Goodrich, Lewis, Manchester 1850 

Goodwiu, Daniel, Mason 1839 

Greeley, E. H.,D.D.,sec. N.H. M.S., Concord, '49 

Greeley, Stephen 8. N., Gilmanton 1839 

Hadley, James B.,Campton 1837 

Holman, Morris, Antrim 1845 

Holmes, James, Bennington 1842 

Jackson, William C, Brentwood 1835 

Jesup, Henry G., prof. D. p., Hanover. . . .1854 

Kendall, Henry A., East Concord 1840 

•Lougee, Samuel F., Hill 1873 

Mills, Frank E., pres. p. Derry Depot . . . .1878 

Norton, Smith, 1859 

Otis, Israel T., Exeter 1835 

Parker, Francis, Enfield 1878 

Parker, Henry E., prof. D. C-, Hanover. . . 1849 

Parsons, Benjamin F., Derry 1847 

Parsons, Ebenezer G., Derry 1830 

Patten, William A., Kingston 1853 

Phillips, Daniel, Hampton Falls [Ms.]. . . .1861 

Saunderson, Henry H., Amoskeag 1848 

*Sawyer, Daniel, Hopklnton 1846 

Shattuck, Amos F., New Ipswich 1868 

Smith, George, Northwood Ridge 1853 

Stone, Edward G., 1874 

Talbot, Henry L., Durham 1873 

Tappan, Charles L. , Concord 1864 

Thompson, George W., Stratham 184U 



NEW JER8EY. 

Brown, William B., East Orange 1843 

♦Everest, Charles H., Newark 1861 

Graham, Richard W., Vineland [O.] 1869 

Kelley, Albert L., Beverly [R.I,] 1885 

Miles, Edward C, Montclair [N. Y.] 1860 

Pearson, James B., Montclair [Ct.] 1860 

Pentecost, G.F.,D.D.,ev., Montclair [N.Y.] '57 
Stoutenburgh, L. J., 8cbooley's Mountain, 1842 

Tenney, Daniel, Edge water Park 1 845 

Walcott, Dana M., a. p., Rutherford 1871 

Ward, Wm. Hayes, d.d., editor, Newark,1859 

NEW MEXICO. 

Ancheta, Guilabalda N., Cubero 1885 

Ashley, J. M ills, Albuquerque 1838 

Ashley, Walter H., Las Vegas 1878 

Ladd, Horatio O., Santa F6 1865 

Sligh, J. E., White Oaks 

NEW YORK. 

A lien, Warren, Oswego 1835 

Barclay, T. D., tea., Gilbertsville [Ct.] 1872 

Beard, A. F., d. d., sec. A. M. A., N. Y..1S60 
Bod well, Lewis, Clifton 8prings [Kan.] ..1K56 

Boy nton, Charles, East Aurora [Wis.] 1851 

*Bradnack, Isaac R 1858 

Bray, Spencer H., New York [Ct.] 1840 

Burgess, Seth, Blodgett's Mills 1843 

Bushnell, John E., pres. p., Rye [Ct.] 1884 

Butler, Calvin, Schenectady [Mass.] 1838 

Carver, Shubael, North Bergen 1840 

Clapp, Alex. H., D. D., treas. A. H. M. 8. ,1846 
Clark, Joi»eph B., d. d., sec, Bible House. 1861 

Coe, D. B., d. d., sec, New York 1840 

Cobb, Levi H., d.d., sec. A. C. U 1857 

Colcord, Samuel, New York 1875 

Collin, Quincy J., pres. p., Clarkson 1864 

Cordell, James G., Schenectady 1837 

Crane, Ethan B., Brooklyn [Ct.] 1838 

Cross, Gorham, Richville 1840 

Daly, James A., Rochester 1868 

♦Davies, David, Nelson 1871 

Dick, Robert, Buffalo 1839 

Douglas, James, Pulaski 1853 

Drennan, Mich'l J., prof., Poughkeepsie..l866 

Eastman, Samuel E., Canandaigua 1876 

Ely, Joseph A., Rochester [N. J.] 1876 

Oilman, E. W., d. d., sec. A . B. 8., N. Y.. .1849 

Graham, Curtis. E. N. York 1845 

Griffith, Joseph K., Sandy Creek 1873 

Haft", Stephen, Bay Shore 1842 

Hall, Elliot C, Jamestown 1866 

Halliday, Samuel B., Brooklyn 1863 

Hallock, William A., Jamestown [Ct.] . . 1860 

Hammond, William B., Rome 1844 

Harper, S. A., Brooklyn (?) 

Harvey, W. Nye, New York [Ct.] 1863 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 

ll»i,J»mcflown...lsai Wl 1 1 lame, Hugh R., Floyd .. 

,...- 1880 J Wllliamt, William D., Deerfl 

,. p., Buffalo [Mai».]lSfi3 I Wltiera, Orvla. Cnirr's Mill. 



[1888. 






w Ilavt-n 



n, John, Lookport.. 

Ker.baw, John, Brooklyn ]S J 1873 

Ktaodd M-m.,dW.«c.A.E.C.K.M..S.Y.lS«7 

Knoi, William J Knoiboro* 18*2 

Laldler. 9. W, literature, Brooklyn 1858 

Lambert, An>o«B.,n.Ti. 8ak>nl[Vt.l....l8S7 

Leo, Albert. Onoldn. 1878 

Loom!., Story Jr PouKhkoeptte 18» 

UcPurluui, H.H.,s*c.A.B.F.8.,N.Y...1863 

•HcLeod, John 1888 

Malcolm. John W., 1878 

Miles, Harvey, Ruaeell 1845 

Miner, OvId.Syr.eu.e IBM 

Mirlck, Edward A., Castile 1883 

MunMin, Frederick !>., Brooklyn [Ct-1.... 1847 
Stwcomb. O. B., prof.. Sew York [0|.)..1M 

Xewum. Jotlah, Canton 

Olney, Eugene C, 1872 

Otl., Clnrk 0., fin. sunt. A. II M-B.,N. Y.1888 

Owen. Thorn*. M._ Whilwboro' 1888 

r.Lrrvinh^ri SI ...ISfil 

Tarrylown ....1887 

, S. Yielder. New York [S.J ....1878 
Pannell.C. H.H., Brooklyn [N J-] ....1873 

Pirwni, Wlllard, ed.. New York 1872 

Pay.oo. Edward P., New York [Ct.] 1864 

Pick Wm J p. mi. ell. .Corona 1881 

Per.nc,JobnE.,M»ltltiiok 19*8 

Perkhn, Edgar Sodua 1845 

•Soberta, -D. Wynne, 1886 

Rnsd'll, Prank, n. D., Otwego 1887 

8ueito B .C.W..di»t.Mn.A.M.A. NY.[I11.].18S1 
Smllb Slehola. D. u. D.. Brooklyn .1845 
Snnld1ng,G.B.,ii.D.,pr».p.Siracu««jN .H.J.111 
StowoII.AIe.andorD., Newark Valley .1858 

Strueenburg, -George, *. ■ . Limn 188] 

1 "" A., N.Y..I84S 



Ovnnrd. Frederick, 
Paine, Jon 



rang. J 



FaiMM 



n, Thomae, Slockhi 
Whltlrfsey.ObaB. U.,Bar: 






..ISM 
..1843 



m, Nathaniel B.. D. P., Beat [R. I.J. .1331 
OHIO. 

, Martin H.,Bylvanle 1880 

ier, Jean C, New London 188S 

■. O-orgel". Garrettaville [N.Y.1-. 

of.wm.,0bcrliu..lSS0 



nrd. E 

*, KlUah 



...Marietta... 
., Oberlf 






B.j. LMwln. Oberlii 

Boawonh K.J [irof.i]ioD.eem.,Ober]in..lSS<] 

Brown. Aaron, Kliignton Centre 1887 

Brown, Henry £.,*«.Y.M. U. A., Oberlln, 1888 

Bunwll.J Calvin, UnionvWe 1858 

Burr, W II lard. Oberlln 1843 

Clark George, Oberlln 1837 

Coming., Elan J Klng.vllle [K. I] 1841 

Craig, Junes A. ,prur., Cincinnati! lllch.] .1883 
Carrier, A. H., u.r... prof. (cut.. Oberlln. .188.! 

Davlee, David, Cyclone. 1*52 

Davlet, John A., Patriot 1S38 

Iiavi.on, Jos.. Ashtabula Harbor [N. Y.J.1S42 
Denny, Wni.K.,OoIuinbiii,i.iW. A. B. 0.1B37 

Ellis, John M., prof. Oberlln 1888 

" rid M„ Oak Hill... 



Fa I ret 



l,J.H,l 



n Run.. 



.,Ob.-rlui.li41 
1843 



•riiiihlln, fim. M. .Toledo 

rater, John Q..»(ie.O.n.M.e„01. ! vclan,! 

ardner.T Y ogt. A.O. ft S. S., Klyrli 

urn..;. John n„ Oberlln [Dak.] 

all. Hemau B., Gborlin 

all, Lyman B., prof, coll., Oberlln 

arolen, CfaWMJ I,., O.lllnwood 

ayne., WilMam.Twln.butg 

Ickt, Blabara Oberlln 



..1871 



w J., Mt. Vernon [A]„, 
Thwlng, Edward P., m.t,.. Brooklyn ....teas 

Tinker, Joseph r.nilKailllllli 1861 

Turner, Edward I)., Owens 1S42 

Twining, K..D.D., ed., NY [R.I.] 1858 

Upton, AiiKu-tu.fl , h, m. tecU, Syracnee. 1876 
Valentine, Fktclier A., Lake Grose [M«.]1881 
Walker, Avervri., 11. (i.,pre». p., Canton. 1857 
Walton, W Brooklyn 1877 



en, !.■■[, 



isa, The 



nln. Ore 



•lite 



> H.,T>la 

ph M., Oolnmbut Grove [Or.1.1886 

naaG.. Mineral Ridge 1887 



Keep, Theodore J., Oberlln 1833 

King, Henry D.. Guatavua 1866 

KJtohel, Harvey D.,E. Liverpool [Mich.]. 1839 

Leonard, Dclatan I.., Oberlln 1863 

Lincoln, "Win. R., Painetvllle 1888 

Lloyd, John, Palmyra 

Lyon, George G., Wlcliffe 1858 

UtClelland, R. G , prln., Auslinburgu. .. .1881 



1888.] MINISTERS WITHOUT 

MeFJnitry,JohnA. 1 Palneiville 1812 I 

McMHIon.Wm.F. sec. C.r 8. Oberlin.,1881 | 

Miller, Daniel R.^T Oberlin 1837 

Mills. WallerT 1817 

Morrison, Nat ban J., D.D.,Marietta[Mo.I.18SB 

Nutting JohnD..eT..Waineon 1886 

Phlaney. George W., Newburgh 188S 

Pieraon.SamuelW PolneavUle. .1844 

Pood, C.N tup*. A. a. B.U., Oberlln...lS«a 

Poller, William. Hampden 1820 

Potwln, L. S., B. D.,prot. Cleveland 1890 

Powell, Rees.TJelaware 1818 

Preaton.IraM, Marietta 1848 

Richardson, Win. T., Atweter 18M 

ScbfliifHei ,H . A „si i . ::"•. .Cleveland, 1885 

ahsw, Luther, TallmaJge 1880 

Smith, Hlndt, Obcrlin 18T1 

Smith, Lucius, Btrong-sville 1841 

Spear, Ctuwlee V., Oberlln [Ma.] 1862 

Talbot, Benjamin, lea., Columbue 1884 

Tbompionlj ChB»'.,WwtMillGroye....ien 

Wells.GeorgoW Lowell 1871 

Woodruff, Alfred E.. Oberlln [Mlcb,] . . ..1888 
Wright, O.F., D. D., prof, asm., Oberlln. .1883 

Atkinaon, O. H., u. D.,h. m. aunt 184T 

Bower.AmoiW Portland 1878 

Condon, T., pre*. Or.Ctiiv Eugene City. 1864 
Ellis, J. F., n d„ pre*, univ. , PttaM Grove, '73 

Gorduu,Ii»acG., Portland [Dak 1880 

Gray, DavidB.,«upi >l1, .for blind, Sau.m,lB63 

Horrl*. Jam ea W Salem 1882 

Kelsey, Lyaender, Portland 1848 

Knight, PS aupt.dealmuioacta., Saiem.1887 

Lnoas.O-ramel W 1883 

Parker Charles, Independence 1870 

iloekwood,Geo.A.,H. a.supt, Oregon Olty .1883 

Watta, JohnW.,n.D. Lafayette 1880 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Beecher, Charles, Wyeoi.a.p. [Ma**.]... 1844 

Brace, Be the, Philadelphia^!.] 1880 

•Evsu»,FredT.,l!ahouoyC!ti- 1888 

Fowle, Han ford, LewUvllle [lo.] 1868 

•Hoghee, David E.,Coald*le 1888 

•Hogbes, Edward R., Nantieoke 1881 

Jones, TLo.."W h.m. «eo., Philadelphia, 1858 
McLean, Calvin B Philadelphia [CI.]. ...1878 

Martin, Evan H., 1873 

Naaon, Chat. P. II. ; ■ - p .<;<rm«utowD,18~J 

•Neleon, Freak, Warren 1888 

Prober!, Edward, Ollphant W81 

KIce.KdmlnlV.ed., Philadelphia 1880 

Strong, Charles, sec., 6mitbport[N.Y.]...186S 
Trum bull, Henry 0„ D.D., ed ..Philadelphia, '82 

Wagner, John C, Hawley 1844 

Wllliami, MoielyH., ed„ Philadelphia. ..18C8 



PASTORAL CHARGE. 353- 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Bourne, B., Barrio gion 18SS 

Mouse, William, Providence 1857 

Northrop, Hinry H., Provldenee 1881 

Sturluvant, William H„ Little Complon.. 1868 

Wells, John LL, Kingston 1861 

Wiokett, Richard, Providence 1871 

Williams, No-thanW., Providence 1MB 

Wood worth, Leverott 8., Providence 1874 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Jewell, J. TC. B.,prln. Inst., Greenwood [ Ma, ]'jo 

Knight, Richard, Barnwell [Ma.] IB** 

Mlaslldlne, Alfred U., Charleston IBM 

TENNESSEE. 
Cravath, B. M., pre*. Fl«k Univ., Kaabville.'BO 

Hall, Jerry M., 1881 

Lathrop, Alfred C., Sherwood I84S 

Spence.A.K., prof. Flak Univ., Naahvi lie. 1871! 

Btlckel, £. C, tree*. Flak Univ., Nashville. 1BT6 

TEXAS. 

Davie, D. E., Dallaa 

Hyde, William A., 1874 

Bbarpe.Blnm, Hallos. isio 

Young, William C., Dallas ism 

UTAH. 

Benoer, Edward A., prof., Bait Lake Oily ,18 74 
Hawkes, Wlnfleld S., aapt. A. H. U. B. ..1888 

Peebles, David, h. m., Sandy 1871 

VERMONT. 

Barber, Alanson D., Willltlon 1849 

aBowden, Henry M 1888 

Bradford, !' ..:■■..■■■ 1888 

Bralnerd. Charles N., BratUeboro' 1878 

1 :.:■■■■. W ■■■... MorrlsvlJle 188B 

Oady,CnlvlnB. Alburgh Springs 1838 

Oboptnan, Josephs Chester 1899 

Clark. Asa F Brattleboro' 18*2 

btiulnp. George H., Derby Line 1877 

Elliot, L.I£„se*.Vl.B[b. iJocWateruury.'afl 
Fairbanks, H.,flec.Y.ii.C.A.,8t.Johnsbury. '88 
Goodrich, J K., prof, Univ. Vt.,BurHngton,"84 

Granger, Caii'ln East Poultney 1884 

Groin, Lewia, W iiattloboro' 1846 

Hall, llobertV., Newport 1B3S 

Harmon, Flak, Bennington 18m 

Herriok, Horace, Felohvllle 1844 

Herrlck, James, WestBrattleboro'. 1846 

Herriok, William T Caatleton 18&1 

Hlnekes.JohiiU... 1077 

H uu go rford, Edward, Burlington 1871 

Kenney, Charles H, Burlington 1878 

M»ynflrd,Ulrlc,CastletoT]. IB28 

Merrill, CbarleaH.,h.m.iec, St.Johnabury, 70 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 





..1834 
..18« 

1.1887 
..IBM 

..INS 

. .183S 

..18SJ 

..1854 

..1879 

..lsee 

.t,l8U 

..1858 
..1BTS 


; Donaldson. John W Wnupaea [Dak.]. 
Eaton.E. D.,u a., pre*, coll., Beloll[IU. 




Perkins, Frederic T..T!nrlingWn 










, Everdoll, Robert, Fond du Lac 

Sreru, Uorlti E., fa.m.aapt., If Uwankei 

Freucb, E. B 

Frost, Lewis P., Janesvllle lllcb-l. .. 

1 Onlliger, James F supl. ach's, Taroah . . 

Gllmor Danieiw' Men'ormmie 
. Gould, HeoryA.,l». D., Hammond. ... 








Smith. C, B., td.mdKC., Montpeller... 


..1870 




























1 ninman Chester II.. Clear Lake 


l'fn 






•Thvng, John H., While River JuncUon 






Jenkins, David, Milwaukee 








■Wlltard, Andrew J, Burlington 


IfeCbesney, Janiee E., Grand Marsh 


..1869 






WASHINGTON" territory. 


i Merrell, Edward H i>.D.,pi-r*. coll., Rip 
, Miller, Itl chard, Jan-.vl lie 


















Greene, Samuel, a. ■- gen. tupt., Seattle.. 


■ Morrli, Riehnrd.AllensGiov* 


..1344 














Slubbi, Itobcrt 8., chap., Tacorna 

Walters, Tliomua II., l,'ii1. miii., Calf ix 














WISCONSIN. 




-.1840 












Uli.NI,-;i...l,wh ,T D.n.,prof.col]..B K ]ol 


..18JS 


Cheney, Ruasoll I. Prairie du Cblen .. . 





















Corsble, llsdley M Wood* 
Condall, Isaac IT., lllpori.... 
DaTlea, John D., Spring Ore. 



, Whitney. H. M.. prof. coll., Detail [III.].. .1SW 
1 Woodward, Juan M., Wild Rose [N.Y.] 
I Wright, A. O., see. bd. char., New Lisbon.lWT 



1888.] NATIONAL AND 8TATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 355 



THE NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF 

THE CHURCHES. 



THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 
OF THE UNITED STATES.— Organized Nov. 17, 1871. 

Stated Meetings, — every third year from 1871. Special meetings to be called upon 
the request of any five State organizations of churches. The seventh triennial 
session will be held with Plymouth church, Worcester, Mass., beginning Wednes- 
day, Oct. 9, 1889. 

Officers for the Session of 1886. — Lorrin A. Cooke, Connecticut, moderator ; 
Rev. John K. McLean, California, and Rev. Benjamin A. Imes, Tennessee, assist" 
ant moderators ; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, Massachusetts, secretary ; Rev. William H. 
Moore, Connecticut, registrar; Rev. Edgar V. H. Danner, Ohio, and Rev. Azel W. 
Wild, Vermont, assistant registrars. 

Officers for 1886-1889. — The moderators hold office until their successors are 
chosen; and the presiding moderator appoints certain committees at the opening of 
the next session, and is an honorary member of that Council. The following officers 
and committees were appointed for the next three years : — 

Rev. Henry A. Hazen, of Massachusetts, secretary ; Rev. William H. Moore, of 
Connecticut, registrar ; Rev. Lavalette Perrin, of Connecticut, treasurer ; David N. 
Camp, of Connecticut, auditor. 

Provisional Committee for 1886-1889, who are also Trustees under the char- 
ter.— Samuel B. Capen, of Massachusetts; Rev. Frederick A. Noble, of Illinois; 
Rev. James G. Roberts, of New York; G. Henry Whitcomb, of Massachusetts; Rev. 
Henry A. Stimson, of Missouri; Rev. Josiah Strong, of New York; Rev. Charles F. 
Thwing, of Minnesota; with the Secretary, Registrar, and Treasurer, ex officio. 

Publishing Committee. — Rev. Henry M. Dexter, of Massachusetts; Rev. Alonzo 
H. Quint, of New Hampshire; the Secretary, the Registrar, and the Treasurer. 

Commission on the Mormon Question, with power to Jill vacancies. — Rev. William 
H. Ward, of New York; Nelson Dingley, Jr., of Maine; Franklin Fairbanks, of 
Vermont; William H. Wanamaker, of Pennsylvania; Rev. Edward P. Goodwin, of 
Illinois. 

On Sunday-school Work. —Rev. Smith Baker, of Massachusetts; Rev. William G. 
Puddefoot, of Michigan; Thomas Pope, of Illinois. 

On Memorial to John Robinson. — "Rev. Henry M. Dexter, of Massachusetts; Rev. 
Samuel C. Bartlett, of New Hampshire; Rev. George E. Day, of Connecticut; Rev. 
John K. McLean, of California; Alfred S. Barnes, of New York; Eliphalet W. 
Blatchford, of Illinois; Rev. William A. Robinson, of New York. 



356 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

On Ministerial Relief. — Rev. Henry A. Stimson, of Missouri ; Charles H. Case, of 
Illinois; Rev. Hugh E. Thomas, of Pennsylvania; Philo Parsons, of Michigan; Rev. 
Henry Fairbanks, of Vermont; Rev. Joseph H. Twichell, of Connecticut; William 
B. Washburn, of Massachusetts; David N. Camp, of Connecticut; Charles Keyes, 
of Illinois; Rev. J. Hall Mcllvaine, of Rhode Island. 

On Inter-denominational Comity. — Rev. George P. Fisher, of Connecticut; Rev. 
Alvah L. Frisbie, of Iowa; Rev. Washington Gladden, of Ohio; Rev. James G. Mer- 
rill, of Missouri; Rev. Julian M. Sturtevant, of Ohio; Rev. Richard Cordley, of 
Kansas; Rev. Alvin F. Sherrill, of Nebraska; Rev. Joseph B. Clark, of New York; 
Rev. Augustus F. Beard, of New York; Rev. Levi H. Cobb, of New York; Rev. 
Joseph Ward, of Dakota. 

On Co-operation with the Free Baptists, with power to fill vacancies. — Rev. Alonzo 
H. Quint, of New Hampshire; Rev. Smith Baker, of Massachusetts; Prof. John S. 
Sewall, of Maine; J. L. Pickard,of Iowa; Rev. Henry Fairbanks, of Vermont; Rev. 
George E. Hall, of New Hampshire; Rev. Thomas Laurie, of Rhode Island; Rev. 
William H. Ward, of New York. 

On Marriage and Divorce. — John J. Bell, of New Hampshire; Rev. Joseph Ward, 
of Dakota; James B. Angell, of Michigan; Rev. Julius H. Seelye, of Massachusetts; 
Nathan P. Dodge, of Iowa. 

Executive Committee of the Church Loan Fund. — Hey, James G. Roberts, of New 
York; A. Lyman Williston, of Massachusetts; Eliphalet W. Blatohford, of Illinois; 
Edwin S. Jones, of Minnesota; Stephen Smith, of California. 

On Memorial to Congress on Temperance. — Rev. George F. Magoun, of Iowa; Rev. 
James G. Dougherty, of Kansas; Rev. Darius A. Morehouse, of Maine; Rev. William 
L. Bray, of Wisconsin; Frank G. Clark, of Iowa. 

On City Evangelization. — Rev. James L. Hill, of Massachusetts; Rev. George C. 
Adams, of Missouri; Caleb F. Gates, of Illinois. 

On Conference with A. H. M. S. on work of Evangelization. — Rev. Lyman Abbott, 
of New York; Rev. James G. Roberts, of New York; Rev. Josiah Strong, of Ohio; 
Rev. James G. Johnson, of Connecticut; Alfred S. Barnes, of New York; and Rev. 
George F. Pentecost, of New York. 

On Work among the Scandinavians. — Rev. John H. Crum, of Minnesota; Charles 
E. Mitchell, of Connecticut; Rev. Frederick E. Em rich, of Illinois. 

On Systematic Beneficence. — Rev. Messrs. Francis E. Clark, of Massachusetts; 
Simeon Gilbert, of Illinois; Graham Taylor, of Connecticut. 

On Improvement of Public Worship. — Rev. Messrs. Charles H. Richards, of Wis- 
consin; Samuel H. Virgin, of New York; J. Eames Rankin, of New Jersey. 

To attend the Manetta Centennial Celebration, — Lorrin A. Cooke, of Connecticut; 
James B. Angell, of Michigan; Rev. Aaron L. Chapin, of Wisconsin; Rev. Julian 
M. Sturtevant, of Ohio; Rev. Josiah Strong, of Ohio. 

On Woman's Home Missionary Association. — Rev. Robert R. Meredith, of Massa- 
chusetts: Rev. Charles Secombe, of Dakota; Rev. Henry S. Bennett, of Tennessee. 

To prepare By-Laws for the Trustees of the National Council. — Nathaniel Shipman, 
Elisha Carpenter, Charles E. Mitchell, all of Connecticut. 



1888.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 357 



THE STATES. 

Alabama, The General Conference of the Congregational Churches of. — 

Organized April 6, 1876. 

Officers: Henry S. DeForest, d. d., moderator; Rev. Henry W. Conly, Anniston, 
recording secretary; Prof. E. C. Silsby, Selma, statistical secretary; A. A. Peters, 
Selma, treasurer. 

Session o/1889: Mobile, Saturday, March 30. 

Arizona. — The General Association of Arizona and New Mexico was organ- 
ized at Albuquerque, N. M., June 19, 1884. 
Officers: Rev. H. Hammond Cole, Tucson, Ariz., moderator; Rev. I. Spencer 

Jewell, Albuquerque, N. M. , statistical secretary and scribe. 
Session 0/1888: Tucson, Ariz., Tuesday, Oct. 30. 

Arkansas, Association of Congregational Churches. — Organized Oct. 25, 1887. 

Officers: Robert H. Read, d. d., Eureka Springs, moderator; E. T. Wisner, Siloam 
Springs, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1888 : Eureka Springs, Oct. 

California, General Association of. — Organized October, 1867. 

Officers: Joseph A. Benton, d. d., Oakland, moderator; James H. Warren, d. d., 
San Francisco, registrar and treasurer; Rev. Henry E. Jewett, Oakland, statistical 
secretary; Rev. George Morris, San Francisco, scribe. 

Session 0/I888: Alameda, Tuesday, Oct. 9. 

Colorado, Association of Congregational Churches. — Organized March 10, 

1868. 

Officers: Rev. Reuben P. Wright, Pueblo, moderator; Rev. Henry E. Thayer, 
Longmont, scribe; Miss Amanda R. Bell, Denver, secretary and registrar. 

Session 0/I888: Buena Vista, Thursday, Oct. 11. 

Connecticut, General Association of. — Organized May 18, 1709. 

Officers: Azel W. Hazen, d. d., Middletown, moderator; Rev. John DePeu, Nor- 
folk, scribe; Rev. William H. Moore, Hartford, registrar and treasurer. 

Session o/1889: Bridgeport, Tuesday, June 18, at 11 o'clock a. m. 

Connecticut, General Conference of. — Organized Nov. 12, 1867. . 

Officers: Jeremiah M. Allen, Hartford, moderator; Rev. William F. Blackman, 
Naugatuck, scribe; Rev. William H. Moore, Hartford, registrar and statistical secre- 
tary; Charles A. Sheldon, New Haven, treasurer; Edwin B. Bowditch, New Haven, 
auditor; Lavalette Perrin, d. d., Hartford, annalist. 

Session of 1888: Meriden, Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 11 o'clock a. m. 

Dakota, The Congregational Association of. — Organized in 1871. 

Officers: I. J. Gray, Alexandria, moderator; Rev. William B. Hubbard, Cham- 
berlain, secretary and treasurer; Rev. Fayette G. Appleton, Lake Henry, scribe. 

Session 0/I888: Redfield, Tuesday, Sept. 11. 

Dakota, North, General Congregational Association of. — Organized 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Horace B. Woodworth, Grand Forks, moderator; Rev. William 
Ewing, Jamestown, secretary; Rev. Arthur B. Peebles, Fargo, treasurer; Rev. 
Edwin H. Stickney, Harwood, scribe. 

Session of 1888: Wahpeton, Thursday, Sept. 20. 

District of Columbia. — In The Congregational Association of New Jersey. 



358 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

Florida, General Congregational Association. — Organized Dec. 6, 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Samuel Y. McDuffee, Orange City, moderator; Nathan Barrows, 
m. d., Winter Park, scribe; Rev. Sidney Crawford, Tampa, registrar, statistical secre- 
tary and treasurer. 

Session 0/1889: Tampa, Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 7 o'clock p. m. 

Georgia Congregational Association. — Organized Dec. 12, 1878. 

Officers: Rev. Stanley E. Lathrop, Sherwood, Tenn., moderator; Rev. George C. 
Rowe, Charleston, S. C, statistical secretary and treasurer; Rev. John H. H. Seong- 
stacke, Savannah, secretary. 

Session of 1888: Cypress Slash, Mcintosh, Wednesday, Nov. 7. 

Idaho. — Not associated. 

Illinois, General Association of. — Organized June 21, 1844. 

Officers: James Tompkins, d. d., Chicago, moderator; Martin K.Whittlesey, d.d., 
Ottawa, registrar, treasurer, and statistical secretary; Rev. John A. Montgomery, 
La Grange, scribe. 

Session of 1889: Monday, May 27. 

Indiana, General Association of the Congregational Churches and Min- 
isters in. — Organized March 13, 1858. 
Officers: Rev. Alfred K. Wray, Kokomo, moderator; Rev. J. E. Bishop, Portland, 

scribe; Nathaniel A. Hyde, d. d., Indianapolis, secretary and treasurer. 
Session of 1889: Indianapolis, Wednesday, May 8, at 7 o'clock p. m. 

Indian Territory. — Not associated. 

Iowa, General Association of. — Organized Nov. 6, 1840. 

Officers: Rev. Pres. William M. Brooks, Tabor, moderator; Rev. James B. Chase, 
Hull, registrar and treasurer; Rev. Edward P. Childs, Anita, scribe. , 

Session of 1889 : Creston, Wednesday, May 15, at 7f o'clock p. m. 

Kansas, General Association of. — Organized August, 1855. 

Officers: Francis T. Ingalls, d.d., Emporia, moderator; Rev. Joel Harper, Wi- 
chita, registrar and statistical clerk; Rev. James G. Dougherty, Ottawa, treasurer; 
Rev. George C. Lockridge, Seneca, scribe. 

Session of 1888: Wyandotte, Thursday, Oct. 18, at 10 a. m. 

Louisiana Congregational Association. — Organized Jan. 26, 1870. 

Officers: Prof. Martin L. Berger, D. d., New Orleans, moderator; JohnL. Wimby, 
New Orleans, scribe; Rev. Daniel Clay, Terrebonne, treasurer. 

Session of 1889: New Iberia, Thursday, April 7. 

Maine, General Conference of. — Organized Jan. 10, 1826. 

Officers : W. P. Hubbard, Bangor, moderator; Rev. Charles H. Pope, Kennebunk- 
port, corresponding secretary; Dea. Elnathan F. Duren, Bangor, recording secretary 
and chairman of committee of publication; Dea. Joseph S. Wheelwright, Bangor, 
treasurer. 

Session of 1889: Tuesday, June 14. 

Massachusetts, General Association of the Congregational Churches of. — 
Organized June 29, 1803, as a ministerial body; including also Conferences of 
Churches, June 16, 1868, by union of the Association and General Conference 
(which was organized Sept. 12, 1860). 
Officers: Edward I.Thomas, Brookline, moderator; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, Au- 

burndale, secretary; Rev. Albert G. Bale, Melrose, registrar; Rev. Thomas E. Babb, 

West Brookneld, assistant registrar; Edward I. Thomas, Brookline, treasurer; Rev. 

Joshua Coit, secretary of committee on the work of the churches. 
Session of 1889: Newburyport,"Tuesday, June 18. 



1888.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHERS. 359 

Michigan, General Association of. — Organized Oct. 11, 1842. 

Officers: Rev. William A. Waterman, Kalamazoo, moderator; Rev. John P. 
Sanderson, Detroit, secretary and treasurer; Rey. William C. Allen, East Tawas, 
scribe. 

Session of 1889: Saginaw, Tuesday, May 21, at 7 J o'clock p. m. 

Minnesota, General Congregational Association of. — Organized Oct. 23, 1856. 

Officers: Rev. Prof. George Huntington, North field, moderator; Rev. George R. 
Dickinson, St. Paul, scribe; Rev. John B. Fairbank, Morris, secretary and treasurer. 

Session 0/1888: Owatonna, Tuesday, Sept. 18. 

Mississippi Congregational Association. — Organized March 31, 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Frank G. Woodworth, Tougaloo, moderator; Wade H. Thomas, 
Tougaloo, recording secretary; Rev. Charles L. Harris, Jackson, statistical secretary 
and treasurer. 

Session o/1839: Tougaloo, Thursday, March 28, at 7.30 p. m. 

Missouri, General Association of the Congregational Churches of. — Or- 
ganized Oct. 27, 1865. 
Officers: J. A. Parker, St. Louis, moderator; Rev. Charles R. Hyde, St. Louis, 

secretary; Rev. S. B. Kellogg, St. Louis, scribe. 
Session o/1889: St. Louis, Tuesday, May 7. 

Montana, Helena Conference of Congregational Churches of. -*- Organized 

June 17, 1884. 

Officers: Rev. F. D. Kelsey, Helena, moderator, registrar, and treasurer; Rev. 
William Ewing, scribe. 

Session o/1889: Livingston, Tuesday, May V. 

Nebraska, Congregational Association of. — Organized Aug. 8, 1857. 

Officers: Rev. Loren F. Berry, Fremont, moderator; Rev. Harmon Bross, Chadron, 
stated clerk and treasurer; Rev. Herman A. French, Greenwood, assistant clerk. 

Session 0/I888: Kearney, Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 7£ o'clock p. m. 

Nevada. — In the General Association of California. 

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New Hampshire, General Association of. — Organized June 8, 1809. 

Officers: Franklin D. Ayer, d, d., Concord, moderator; Rev. Albert Watson, 
Hampstead, scribe; Rev. John M. Dutton, Great Falls, secretary; Rev. Samuel L. 
Gerould, Hollis, statistical secretary and treasurer. 

Session 0/I888: East Derry, Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 7 p. m. 

New Jersey, Congregational Association of.— Organized June 2, 1869. 

Officers: Rev. Rollin S. Stone, Stanley, moderator; Rev. Frank A. Johnson, 
Chester, secretary; James M. Allen, Newark, treasurer; Rev. Frederick W. Tucker- 
man, Falls Church, Va., scribe. 

Session o/1889: Washington, D. C, Tuesday, April 23. 

New Mexico. — With Arizona. 

New York, General Association of. — Organized May 21, 1834. 

Officers: Rev. Edward B. Furbish, Lockport, moderator; Rev. James Deane, 
Crown Point, secretary; Rev. George;H. Bailey, Franklin, treasurer; Rev. Clarence 
F. Swift, Saratoga Springs, scribe. 

Session o/1889: Ogdensburg, Tuesday, May 21. 

North Carolina Conference. — Organized May 26, 1879. 

Officers: Rev. George S. Smith, Raleigh, moderator; Rev. Mason Noble, Wilming- 
ton, secretary and treasurer. 

Session 0/I888 : Wilmington, Thursday, Oct. 25. 



360 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1888. 

Ohio, Congregational Association of. — Organized June 24, 1852. 

Officers: Rev. William B. Marsh, Barton; moderator; Rev. Sydney Strong, Mt. 
Vernon, scribe; Rev. John G. Eraser, Cleveland, register, statistical secretary, and 
treasurer. 

Session of 1889: .Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, May 7. 

Oregon and Washington Territory, Congregational Association of. — Or- 
ganized in 1848. 
Officers: Rev. Clark C Otis < Seattle, W. T., moderator; Rev. Henry V. Rominger, 

Albany, Or., clerk; Rev. Samuel Greene, Seattle, W. T., registrar and treasurer. 
Session 0/1889: Tuesday, June 25. 

Pennsylvania Congregational Association. — Organized Oct. 14, 1886. 

Officers: Rev. Aaron M. Hills, Allegheny, moderator; J. T. Waid, m. d., Ridgway, 
registrar and statistical secretary; Rev. David L. Da vies, Carbondale, scribe; C R. 
Roberts, Ebensburg, treasurer. 

Session o/1889: Tuesday, June 18, at 7.30 p. m. 

Rhode Island Congregational Conference. — Organized May 3, 1809. 

Officers : Rev. Cyrus M. Perry, Slatersville, moderator; Rev. Thomas Laurie, D. d., 
Providence, stated secretary; George L. Claflin, Providence, treasurer; Rev. F. H. 
Adams, River Point, scribe. 

Session of 1889: Central Falls, Tuesday, Juue 11. , 

South Carolina. — In the Georgia Congregational Association. 

Tennessee. —The Central South Association. — Organized Oct. 25, 1871. 

Officers: Rev. Yancey B. Sims, Little Rock, Ark., moderator; Rev. James H. 
Gilmere, Nashville, recording secretary and treasurer; Rev. Prof. Henry S. Bennett, 
Nashville, statistical secretary. 

Session 0/I888: Knoxville, Wednesday, Nov. 7. 

Texas. — No State organization. 

1. Congregational Association of Southwest Texas.— Organized Dec. 4, 1871. 
Officers : No report. Is it still in existence? Not heard from since 1883, at least. 

2. North Texas Association. — Rev. Cyrus I. Scofield, Dallas, secretary. 

Utah. —The Utah Association. — Organized Dec. 28, 1882. 

Vermont, General Convention of Congregational Ministers and Churches 

in. — Organized June 21, 1796. Incorporated June 18, 1873. 

Officers: Rev. Edward Hawes, Burlington, president; Hon. Roswell Farnum, 
Bradford, vice-president; Rev. Chas. H. Merrill, St. Johnsbury, secretary; Rev. Azel 
W. Wild, Charlotte, corresponding secretary; J. C. Emery, Montpelier, treasurer. 

Session o/1889: Windsor, Tuesday, June 11. 

Virginia. — In The Congregational Association of New Jersey. 
Washington Territory. — Associated with Oregon. 
West Virginia. — In Ohio Association. 

Wisconsin,- The Congregational Convention of. — Organized October, 1840. 

Officers: Rev. Homer W. Carter, Platte vi lie, moderator; Rev. Henry A. Miner, 
Madison, permanent and statistical clerk; Rev. Homer W. Carter, Platteville, treas- 
urer; Rev. Stowe Sawyer, Fox Lake, temporary clerk. 

Session 0/I888: La Cros«e, Tuesday, Sept. 25. 

Wyoming. — Associated with Colorado. 



1888.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 361 



NEXT ANNUAL MEETINGS 1887-8, IN ORDER OF DATE. 



Dakota, 

New Hampshire, 

Minnesota, 

Dakota, North, 

Wisconsin, 

California, 

Colorado, 

Kanssis, 

Arkansas, 

Nebraska, 

North Carolina, 

New Mexico and Arizona, 

-Georgia, 

Tennessee, 

Connecticut Conference, 

Florida, 

Mississippi, 

Alabama, 

Louisiana, 

Texas, 

New Jersey, 

Montana, 

Ohio, 

Missouri, 

Indiana, 

Iowa, 

New York, 

Michigan, 

Illinois, 

Pennsylvania, 

Rhode Island, 

Vermont, 

Maine, 

Connecticut Association, 

Massachusetts, 

Oregon and Washington, 



Redfield, 

East Derry, 

Owatonna, 

Wahpeton, 

La Crosse, 

Alameda, 

Buena Vista, 

Wyandotte, 

Eureka Springs, 

Kearney, 

Wilmington, 

Tucson, Ariz., 

Mcintosh, 

Knoxville, 

Meriden, 

1889. 
Tampa, 
Tou^aloo, 
Mobile, 
New Iberia, 

Washington, D. C. 
Livingston, 
•Mt. Vernon, 
St. Louis, 
Indianapolis, 
Creston, 
Ogdensburg, 
Saginaw, 



Central Falls, 
Windsor, 

Bridgeport, 
Newburyport, 



Tuesday, September 11. 
Tuesday, September 11. 
Tuesday, September 18. 
Thursday, September 20. 
Tuesday, September 25. 
Tuesday, October 9. 
Thursday, October 11. 
Thursday, October 18. 
Thursday, October. 
Wednesday, October 24. 
Thursday, October 25. 
Tuesday, October 30. 
Wednesday. November 7. 
Wednesday, November 7. 
Tuesday, November 13. 

Tuesday, February 12. 
Thursday, March 28. 
Saturday, March 30. 
Tuesday, April 2. 

Tuesday, April 23. 
Tuesday, May 7. 
Tuesday, May 7. 
Tuesday, May 7. 
Wednesday, May 8. 
Wednesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 21. 
Tuesday, May 21. 
Monday, May 27. 
Tuesday, June. 
Tuesday, June 11. 
Tuesday, June 11. 
Tuesday, June 18. 
Tuesday, June 18. 
Tuesday, June 18. 
Thursday, June 25. 



ANNUAL MEETINGS OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES, 1887-8. 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. — Cleveland, O., 
Tuesday, October 2, at 3 o'clock p. m. 

American College and Education Society. — Congregational House, Boston, 
Mass., Tuesday, May 28, at 3 o'clock p. m. 

American Congregational Association. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 
Tuesday, May 28, at 12 o'clock m. 

American Congregational Union. — Bible House, New York City, second Thurs- 
day in May. 

American Home Missionary Society. — Probably Saratoga, N. Y., in June; time 
and place subject to the decision of the Executive Committee. 

American Missionary Association. — In Providence, R. I., Tuesday, October 23, 

Congregational Publishing Society. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 
Tuesday, May 28, at 9 o'clock a. m. 

New West Education Commission. — Chicago, 111., in June, day to be fixed by 
Directors. 

Woman's Board of Missions. — Worcester, Mass. , January, 10, 1889. 

Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior. — Terre Haute, Ind., October 24 
and 25. 

Woman's Board of Missions of the Pacific. — Alameda, Cal., Wednesday, 
October 10. 

Woman's Home Missionary Association. — Place to be designated by the 
Directors, " last Wednesday in October." 



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REMARKS UPON THE STATISTICS. 



Comparisons between figures reported last year and this year are as follows, the 
specific changes by States being given in Summary IV. : — 

Number of churches, as printed Jan. 1, 1887, 4,277 

New churohes added to the list, 
Churches dropped from the list, 

Net addition, 

Total number as now printed, 

Number of church members, as printed Jan. 1, 1887, 
Gain in 34 States gaining, 
Loss in 11 States losing, 

Total net gain, 

Total membership, as now printed, 

Total number in Sabbath Schools, as printed (corrected) Jan. 1, 1887, 
Gains in 36 States gaining, 
Loss in 11 States losing, 

Total net gain, 

Total, as now printed, 

Benevolent Contributions for year, as printed Jan. 1, 1887, 
Increase in 38 States, $432,367 

Decrease in 8 States, 14,092 

Total net increase, 418,275 

Total amount for year now printed, $2,095,485 

For Home Expenditures for year, as printed Jan. 1, 1887, $3,909,225 

Increase in 32 States reporting both years, $1,139,660 
Decrease in 19 " " " " 6,948 

Net increase in Ruch States, $1,132,712 

Increase by 9 States reporting only this year, $38,194 

Decrease by 1 State " " last year, 1,151 

Net increase by such States, 37,043 

Total net increase by reports, 1,169,755 

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LIST OF MINISTERS. 

The following is a compilation of the alphabetical lists furnished by the State 
Associations ana Conferences, corrected by correspondence with their secretaries to 
the latest possible date. The secretary of the Council in no case presumes to insert 
or omit a name upon his own responsibility. The State organizations (or later coun- 
cils) are alone responsible ; but the secretary has used his utmost endeavors to obtain 
a complete and correct list. If any names are omitted, it is because they are not 
reported by any organization in any State. 

The figures refer to pages wh^re the name will be found in the tables, in the Vital 
Statistics, in the service of the Benevolent Societies, of the Theological Seminaries, 
in the list of foreign missionaries, or in the list of ministers without pastoral charge. 
In some cases the page is left as in tables, when the post-office is changed since the 
tables were put to press. 

Names starred (*) are of persons who, although mentioned (usually as supplying 
churches), are not reported as members of any organization of Congregational churches 
or ministers. A few names are also retained with a * of those who were in active 
service last year, and may be presumed to be in transitu. Such names are not con- 
tinued a second year, without specific report. 

Some post-office addresses are antiquated; but the best possible has been done. 

Licentiates are not included in this list, nor are ministers of other denominations. 

A list of licentiates follows this list. 

Names of persons in last year's list, deceased since the issue of 1887, are retained,, 
and are indexed to the pages of the " Vital Statistics " when found there. 

Some errors will be found in first names, initials, and spelling. No pains have 
been spared to secure accuracy ; but, effort failing, the compiler has not ventured 
to follow even his own convictions, against the unmistakable testimony of the 
reports. 

Names differing only in a single letter and pronounced alike are treated as one 
name, but spelled according to report. Browne, Clarke, Curtiss, Griffith, etc., and 
names beginning with Mac. or Mc. are among this number. Names beginning with 
Mc. or St. are arranged as if the word was not abbreviated. 

Letters for our missionaries will be addressed to the care of the society mentioned 
with the name, such societies (initials) being (as are all foreign addresses) in italics. 



Abbe, Frederick K., Dorchester, Mass. 347 
Abbott, Amos, England, 340 

Abbott, Charles H., Geneva, 111. 136 

Abbott, Ephraim K. P., (Sierra Madre, Cal. 96 
Abbott, Frederick M., Griggsville, 111. 136 
Abbott, Justin E., A. B. G F. M. 340 

Abbott, Lyman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 272 

Abbott, Theophilus C, Lansing, Mich. 349 
Abernethy, Henry C., Poway, Cal. 96 

Ablett, John C, Chicago, 111. 11, 344 

Adair, Samuel L., Osawatomie, Kan. 170 

Adams, Aaron C, Wethersfield, Ct. 343 

Adams, Allison D., Antigo, Wis. 328 

Adams, Benjamin S., Grafton, Vt. 316 

Adams, Calvin C, Cedar Falls, Io. 345 

Adams, Charles D., Springfield, Mo. 350 

Adams, Daniel E., Southboro, Mass. 212 

Adams, Darwin, Groton, Mass. 347 

Adams, Edwin A., S. Ash av., Chicago, 111. 344 
Adams, Ephraim, Eldora, Io 154 

Adams, Frank 8., Reading, Mass. 210 

Adams, Frederick H. , River Point, R. 1. 14, 308 
Adams,Geo. C, Henrietta St., St. Louis, Mo. 248 
Adams, George M., Holliston, Mass. 202 

Adams, Harvey, New Hampton, Io. 345 

Adams, Jas. A., Millard av., Chicago, 111. 134 
Adams, Jonathan E., Bangor, Me. 56, 346 

♦Adams, Lucien H., Derry, N. H. 351 

♦Adams, Myron, Rochester, N. Y. 282 

Adams, Myron W., Hopkinton, N. H. 264 
♦Adams, Phelps R., Santa Cruz, Cal. 342 

Adams, Silas N., South Gardiner, Me. 182 
Adams, William W., Fall River, Mass. 198 
Adrian, Isaac N., Turner, 111. 142 

Adriance, 8. Winchester, Lowell, Mass. 204 
Adsit, Martin H., Sylvania, O. 352 

Aganier, J. Cyrille, New London, O. 352 

Annstrom, Jonas M., New Britain, Ct. 108 



A iken , Edwin %.,A.B. O. F. M. 262 

Aiken, Edwin J., East Concord, N. H. 14, 340 
Aikins, James E., Princeton, Me. 186 

Aikman, Joseph G., Perry, Io. 160 

Ainslie, James 8., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 280> 
Ainsworth,Israel, So. Peabody, Mass. 11, 4,210 
Albert, John H., Stillwater, Minn. 242 

Albrecht, George E., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Alcott, William P. , Boxford, Mass. 11, 202 
Alden, Ebenezcr, Marshfield, Mass. 206- 

Alden, Edmund K., Boston, Mass. 49, 347 
Alden, Ezra J., Walton pi., Chicago, 111. 344 
Alderson, James, Rockwell, Io. 345 

Aldrich, Jeremiah K., Hyannis, Mass. 192 
♦Aldrich, Leander J., Merora, Ind. 345 

♦Alexander, James, Tewksbury, Mass. 214 
Alexander, Walter S., N. Cambridge, Ms. 196 
Alger, Frank G., Streator, 111. 14, 142 

Allaben, Adelbert E.. Pay son, 111. 140 

Allard, Joseph, Fall River, Mass. 347 

Allchin, George, A. B. G. F. M. 340 

Allen, Abram B., Hannibal, Mo. 246 

Allen, Edward P., Limington, Me. 346 

Allen, Ephraim W., Taunton, Mass. 212 

Allen, Frank H., Shrewsbury, Mass. 214 

Allen, Frederick H., Boston, Mass. 347 

Allen, Frederick L., Henniker, N. H. 264 

Allen, George B., Oakland, Cal. 94 

Allen, George E., Norton, Mass. 347 

Allen, Irwin W., Dayton, W. T. 354 

[Allen, John A., deceased, 17 

Allen, Melvin J., Ashby, Mass. 192 

♦Allen, Simeon O., Blandford, Mass. 194 

Allen, Warren, Oswego, N. Y. 351 

Allen, William C, St. Johns, Mich. 224, 32 
Allenbaugh, John W., Bronson, Kan. 346 

Al lender, John, Champaign, 111. 132 

A 11 worth, John, Almont, Mich. 220 



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Allworth, 'William H., Jamestown, Dak. 124 
Alvord, Augustus, Alford, Mass. 192, 216 

Alvord, Frederick, Canton Centre, Ct. 102 
Alvord, Henry C, 8. Weymouth, Mass. 216 
Araaron, Calvin £., Springfield. Id ass. 347 
Ament, William 8., A. B. C. F. J/. 34u 

[Ames, Marcus, deceased, 17 

Arosden, Benjamin M., Manchester, Io. 345 
Amsden, Samuel H., Gilmanton, N. H. 262 
Ancheta,GualabaldaN.,Albuquerque,N.M.351 
•Anderson, A sher, Bristol, Ct. 102 

•Anderson, Charles, San Francisco, Cal. 96 
Anderson, Charles, Constantinople, 340 

Anderson, David R., Racine, Wis. 854 

Anderson, Edward, Norwalk, Ct. 110 

Anderson, John 8., Tacoma, W. T. 326 

Anderson, Joseph, Waterbury, Ct. 114 

Anderson, Wllbert L., Stowe, Vt. 320 

Anderson, Willis A., Andover, Mass. 196 

Anderson, William, Laingsburg, Mich. 226, 34 
Andrews, Cbas. B., Torrington, Ct. 11, 4, 114 
Andrews, David W., Hebron, Ind. 146 

Andrews, Edwin N., Hartford, Wis. 332 

Andrews, George W., Talladega, Ala. 88 

Andrews, George W., Dalton, Mass. 198 

Andrews, Herbert M., Peach am, Vt. 15, 318 
[Andrews, Israel W., deceased, 150 

Andrews, Sam. B., N . Rochester, Mats. 202, 12 
Andrews, Stephen M., N. Wareham, Ms. 212 
Andridge, Andr. A., Prairie duOhlen,Wia. 334 
Andrns, Ellxur, Douglass, Mich. 222 

Andrus, J. Cowles. Syracuse, N. Y. 11, 282 
Angell, Marcus S., Grand Rapids, Mich. 349 
•Angler, Luther EL, Boston, Mass. 200, 6 

Angler, Marshall B., Aquebogue, N. Y. 280 
Applebee, Warren, Harwlchport, Mass. 11, 202 
Appleton, Fayette G., Lake Henry, Dak. 120 
Apthorp, Ruras, Lyndon, 111. 138 

Archer, Marmaduke P., Berwick, Io. 150 

Archibald, Andrew W., Davenport, Io. 14, 152 
Armes, Josiah L., Nashua, N. H. 351 

Arms William F., Terry vi lie, Conn. 112 

Armsby, Lauren, Council Grove, Kan. 166 
Armstrong, Edward P., Springfield, Mass. 347 
Armstrong, Frederick A ., Oakland, Cal. 342 
Armstrong, Julius C, 743 W. Harrison 

St., Chicago, 111. 344 

Armstrong, Robt. 8., Canton, Minn. 350 

Arnold, Arthur E., Fairfield, Io. 154 

Arnold, Henry T. , Plainfield, Ct. 112 

Arnold, John, Culbertston, Neb. 252, 4 

Arnold, Seth A., Kelley, Io. 345 

Ashby, John H., Wacouata, Mich. 222, 34 

Ashley, J. Mills, Albuquerque, N. M. 351 

[Ashley, Samuel 3., deceased, 17 

Ashley, Walter H., Las Vegas, N. M. 351 

Ashraun, Edward H., Denver, Col. 100 

Askin, John, Kearney, Neb. 254 

Atkins, Doane R., Calumet, Mich. 222 

Atkinson, George H., Portland, Ore. 56, 353 
Atkinson, John L., A. B. C F. M. 840 

Atkinson, William H., Chester Centre, Io. 152 
[Atwater, Edward E., deceased, 18 

[At wood, Edward 8., deceased. 
Atwood, Eugene F., Bloom field, Ct. 102 

Atwood, Ireneus J., A. B. G. F. M. 340 

Atwood, Lewis P., Chatham, Mass. 196 

Aunks, Frank M., Mendon, Mich. 11, 228 

Austin, Franklin D., Nashua, N. H. 264 

Austin, Lewis A , Winter Park, Fla. 344 

Austin, Samuel J.,Darien, Ct. 104 

Avery, Frederick D., Columbia, Ct. 104 

Avery, Henry, College Springs, Io. 150 

Avery, John, Ledyard, Ct. 108 

Avery, William F., Huntington, Mass. 202 
•Axtell, Nathan G., Milford, Ct. 108 

Ayer, Charles L., Sturbridge, Mass. 347 

Ayer, Edwin I., Way land, Mich. 234 

Ayer, Franklin D., Concord, N. H. 260 

Ayers, Milan C, Newton Highlands, Mass. 347 
Ayers, Rowland, Had ley, Mass. 200 

Babb, Thomas E., W. Brookfield, Mass. 216 
Babbitt, James H., West Brattleboro, Vt. 314 
f Bacheler, Francis E. M., deceased. 18 

Bacheler, Francis P., Phillips, Fla. 128 



•Backus, Jabez, Elizabethtown, N. Y. 276 

Backus, Joseph W., Plainville, Ct. 112 

Bacon, Benjamin W., Lyme, Ct. 110 

Bacon, Edward E., 8accarappa, Me. 188 

t Bacon, Edward W., deceased, 18 

lacon, Henry M„ Toledo, O. 298 

Bacon, Joseph F. Topeka, Kan. 346 

Bacon, Leonard W., Norwich, Ct. 343 

Bacon, Miles E., Pembroke, Dak. 118 

Bacon, Thomas R., Berkeley, Cal. 11, 92 
Bacon, William F. Easthampton, Mass. 198 

Bacon, William N., Coventry, Vt. 316 
Badertacher,Gottfried,Warrenv*le, N.J. 11, 270 

•Badger, Alfred 8., Hampton, Io. 152, 6 

Bagnall, Frederick, Highland, 111. 136, 8 

Bailey, Amos J., Ogden, Utah, 313 

•Bailey, Daniel W., Groveton, Tex. 312 

Bay ley, Frank T.. Portland, Me. 186 

Bailey, George H., Franklin, N. Y. 276 

Bailey, Jerome D., Marshfield, Vt. 818 

Bailey, John G., Rogers, Ark. 91 
Bailey, J Webster, West Rutland, Vt. 11, 320 

•Bailey, Nelson M , Ossipee, N. H. 266 

Bailey, Oranire C, Perry, Mich. 230 

Baird, Enoch F., Mallet Creek, O. 292, 8 

Baird, John G., Ellington, Ct. 348 

Baird, John W., A. B. C F. M. 340 

Bake, Henry P., Branford, Ct. 102 

Baker, Ariel A., Independence, Io. 156 

Baker, Benjamin F., White City, Kan. 172 

Baker, Ephraim H., Syracuse, Neb. 258 

Baker, George, West Ferndale, W. T. 324 

Baker, George C, Garretsvllle, Ohio, 352 
Baker, Henry R., Janesville, Minn. 11, 238, 40 
Baker, John W. H., Fartnington Falls, Me. 346 

Baker, Joseph D., Cambridge, III. 344 

Baker, Orrln G., E. Fairfield, Vt. 316 

•Baker, Silas, Standish, Me. 346 

Baker, Smith, Lowell, Mass. 204 

•Baker, William H., Woodbine, Ky. 11, 174 

•Baker, Zebina, Waushara, Kan. 346 

Batch, Frederick H., Hood River, Or. 300 
Balcom, Fred. A., No. Leominister, Mass. 204 

[Baldwin, Abraham C, deceased, 18 

Baldwin, Cyrus G., Des Moines, Io. * 845 

Baldwin, David J., Pierce, Neb. 256 

Baldwin, Elijah C, Cheshire, Ct. 104 

Baldwin, Fritz W., Chelsea, Mass. 196 

Baldwin. John A., Detroit. Mich. 349 

Bale, Albert G., Melrose, Mass. 15, 206 

Ball, Albert H., Elgin, III. 11, 134 

Ball, John A., New Smyrna, Fla. 128 
Ballantine, John W., Dorchester, Mass. 194 

Ballantine, William G., Oberlin, O. 68, 352 
Ballantine, William O., A- B. C. F. M. 840 

Bancroft, Isaac, Monroe, Wis. 354 

Ban field, John A ., Penryn, Cal. 342 

Banks, George W .Guilford. Ot. 106 
Bannister, Charles D., North port, Mich. 230 

Barber, Alanson D., Williston, Vt. 353 

Barber, Amzi D., Lorain, O. 294 

Barber, Clarence H., Manchester, Ct. 11, 108 

Barber, Frank W., Franklin, Neb. 350 

Barber, Leraan N., Paradise, Cal. 94 

Barber, Luther H., Bolton, Ct. 102 

Barbour, William M., Montreal, Can. 14, 840 

Barclav, Thomas D., Gilbertsville, N. Y. 851 

Bard, George I., Orford.N.H 266 

Barker, Horatio A., Oakley, Mich. 280 

Barker, Peleg, Royal Oak, Mich. 232 

Barland, Thomas, Eau Claire, Wis. 854 

•Barnard, Ellhu C, Oberlin, O. 852 

Barnard, Pliny F , Wendell, Mass. 216 

Barnes, George B., Campbell, Minn. 850 

Barnes, Henry E., Sherbrooke, P. Q. 840 

Barnes, Jeremiah R„ Marietta, O. 852 

Barnes, John It., Cbandlervllle, III. 132 

Barnes, Orlando C, Parishville, N. Y. 280 

Barnes, Stephen G., Grinnell, Io. 845 

Barnum, George, Lowell, Mich. 849 

Barnum, Samuel H., Durham, N. H. 262 

Barnum, Samuel W., New Haven, Ct. 843 

Barrett, -John p., Lacon, 111. 138 

Barreit, Samuel A , Castleton, Vt. 814 

Barron, John W. , Chesterfield, N. H. 260 



1888.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



377 



Barrows, Allen C, Ames, Io. 154 

Barrow*, Charles D., Ban Francisco , Cal. 96 
Barrows, Elijah P., Oberlin, O. 352 

Barrows, John O., Newingtan, Ct. 110 

Barrows, Simon, Neligh, Neb. 350 

Barrows, Walter M., Kockford, 111. 142 

Barrows, William, Reading, Mass. 347 

Barrows, William H., Montour, Io. 158 

Barstow, Charles, Ames, Io. 345 

Barstow, John, Groton, Mass. 11, 5, 200 

Barteau, Sidney H., Angus, Minn. 350 

Bartholomew, Chas. M., Susp.Bridge, N;Y. 282 
Bartlctt, Dana W.. St. Louie. Mo. 11, 5, 248 
Bartlett, Edward O., Providence, R. I. 11, 308 
Bartlett, Enoch W., San Louis Obispe, Cal. 342 
Bartlett, Lyman, A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Bartlett, Samuel, East Toledo, O. 298 

Bartlett, Samuel C, Hanover, N. H. 351 

Bartlett, William A., 1847 Melrose st., 

Chicago, III. 15, 134 

Barton, James L., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

♦Barton, Walter, Attleboro, Mass. 192 

Barton, William E., Oberlin, O. 294 

Bascom, Flavel, Princeton, 111. 344 

Bascom, George 8., Minneapolis, Minn. 240 
Ba«com, John, Williamstown, Mass. 347 

Baskerville, Mark, Aurora, Neb. 11, 252 

Basse tt, Austin B., Williamstown, Mass. 11, 218 
Bates, Francis W., A. B. C. F. M. 11, 340 
Bates, Henry, Crete, Neb. 350 

Bates, Henry L., Seattle, W. T. 324 

Bates, James A , Williston, Vt. 318, 22 

Bates, Samuel L., Newbury, Vt. 318 

Bath, Thomas W.,Brighton, 111. 132 

Batt, William J., Warnerville, Mass. 347 

Battey, Geo. J., Canova, Dak. J18 

Battey, Richard H., Mil bank, Dak. 122 

Baxter, Benj. J., Mancelona, Mich. 228 

Baxter, Thomas G., Cooper, Mich. 349 

Bayne, John 3., Had ley, Mass. 11, 4, 200 

Beach, DavW N., Cambridgeport, Mass. 196 
Beach, Kdwin R., Lexington, Or. 300 

Beach, Elmer J., So. Royalston, Mass. 212 
Beach, Harlan P., A. H. C. F. M. 340 

Beach, Homer T., Jewett City, Ct. 11, 106 

[Beach, John W., deceased, 19 

Beach, Nathaniel, Chaplin, Ct. 3(3 

Beach, Samuel J., Cedar Falls, Io. 11, 150 

Beadenkopf, Thos. M., N. Waterford, Me. 188 
Beale, Charles H., Lansing, Mich. 15, 228 

Beale, William T., Whitehall, Mich. 234 

Bearaan, Warren H., Amherst, Mass. 347 

Bean, Ebenezer, Gray, Me. 182 

Beane, Phinea* A., Bath, 111. 344 

Beard, Augustus F., 69 Reade St., N. Y. 58, 351 
Beard, Edwin S., Brooklyn, Ct. 102 

Beard, Reuben A., W. T. 354 

Beard, William H., South Killingly, Ct. 106 
Beardsley, Bronson B., Bridgeport, Ct. 343 
Beardsley, Clark 8., Hartford, Ct. 343 

Beardsley, Josiah, Wilmette, 111. 144 

♦Be irs, Alfred H., Lead City, Dak. 11, 122 
Beaton, David, Red field, Dak. 124 

Beckwith, Clarence A.,W. Roxbury, Mass. 194 
Beckwith, Edward G., Honolulu, H. 1. 14, 340 
Beckwith, George A., Windham, Vt. 322 

Bedford, Robert C, Montgomery, Ala. 88 
Beecher, Charles, Wysox, Pa. 353 

Beecher, Edw., Macon st., Brooklyn. N.Y. 280 
Beecber, Frederick W., Wellsville, N. Y. 284 
[Beecher, Henry Ward, deceased, 19 

♦Beecher, Thomas K„ Elmira, N. Y. 276 

Beecher, Wm. H., Honore st., Chicago, 111. 344 
Behrends, Adolphus J. F., Brooklyn, N. Y. 272 
Belknap, A. Jay, Summer Hill, 111. 142 

Bell, Edson M., Ax tell, Kan. 11 

Bell, James M., Lisbon, N. H. 264 

Bell, Robert C , E Longmeadow, Mass. 204 
Bell, Samuel, Whitman, Mass, 218 

Bell, S. Linton, Marblehead, Mass. 204 

Bell, William 8., Sioux Falls, Dak. 122 

Belsey, George W., Kane, Penn. 304 

Belt, Salathiel D., Woodland, Cal. 15, 98 

Beman, Albert M., Red Oak, Io. 345 

Benedict, Arthur J., Kensington, Ct. 102 



Benedict, George, Quincy Point, Mass. 210 

Benedict, William A., Orange Park, Fla. 128 

Ben ford, George, Grandville, Mich. 226 

Benjamin, Thomas L., Brisbin, Penn. 302 

Benner, Edward A., Salt Lake City, U. 353 

Bennett, Ethan O., Brighton, Io. 345 

Bennett, Henry S. # Nashville, Tenn. 310 

Bennett, William P., Crete, Neb. 252 

Bent, George, Hazard, Neb. 350 
Bente, Christ. H., E. Rockaway, N. Y. 11, 274 
Benton, Joseph A., Oakland, Cal. 69, 342 

Benton, Ledyard E., Crete, Neb. 350 

Berger, Martin L., Cleveland, O. 176 
Berle, Adolph. A., New Richm'nd, Wis. 11, 334 

Berry, Augustus, Pelham, N. H. 266 

Berry, Edward A., Romeo, Mich. 232 

Berry, Loren F., Fremont, Neb. 254 

Bettes, Darius, Grand Rapids, Mich. 349 

Belts, Eben M., Chicago, 111. 344 
Beynon, Reese G., Marietta, O. 290, 2 

Bickford, Levi F., Pasadena, Cal. 342 
Bickford, Thomas, Orleans, Mass. 14, 210 

Bickford, Warren F., Lorin, Cal. 94 
Bicknell, Dennis H., Houghton, W. T. 324, 6 

Bid well, John B., Arlington, Neb. 252 

Bigelow, Albert, North Evans, N. Y. 280 

Billings, Richard 8., Ridgebury, Ct. 112 

Billman, Howard, East Windsor, Ct. 104 

Bingham, Charles M., Daytona, Fla. 128 

Bingham, Egbert B., Woodstock, Ct. 116 

Bingham, Hiram, A. B. G. F. M. 340 

Bingham, Joel H., Traer, Io. 162 

Bird, Charles W., Glyndon, Minn. 238 

Bird, George H., Bo. Chicago, 111. 142 

Bird, William, BHnU t Syria, 340 

Bisbee, Charles G., Fontanelle, Neb. 350 

Bisbee, John H., Westdeld, Mass. 347 

Bisbee, Marvin D., Hanover, N. H. 351 

Biscoe, George 8., Waverly, Neb. 258 

Biscoe, Thomas C, Holliston, Mass. 347 

Bishop, Albert W., Olathe, Kan. 170 

Bissell, Arthur D., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Bisscll, Charles II., Belle Plaine, Io. 150 
Bissell, Edwin C, Hartford, Ct. 67, 343 

Bissell, Frank A., Cameron, Mo. 246 

Bissell, Henry M., A. B. C. F. M. 840 
Bissell, Juo. E., Dunning St., Chicago, 111. 134 

Bissell, Oscar, Westford, Ct. 102 

Bissell, Samuel B. S., Norwalk, Ct. 343 

Bittinger, John Q., Haverhill, N. H. 351 

Bixby, Alanson, Sweetwater, Cal. 98 

Bixby, Joseph P., Revere, Mass. 210 

Bixby, 8olomon, Holland, Mass. 202 

Bjork, Klaes G., Providence, R. I. 308 

Blackman, William F., N'augatuck, Ct. 108 

Blackwell, William, New London, Wis. 334 

Blades, John T., Campello, Mass. 196 

Blair, John J., Andover, Mass. 192 

Blaisdell, James J., Belolt, Wis. 854 

Blaisdell, William S., Tavares, Fla. 344 

Blake, George O., Kansas City, Mo. 350 

Blake, Henry A., Providence, R. I. 308 

Blake, Jeremiah. Gilmanton I. Ws., N. H. 351 
[Blake, Joseph, deceased. 

Blake, Lyman U., Westfleld, Mass. 216 
Blake, S. Leroy, New London, Ct. 11, 110 

Blakely, David, Stacyville, Io. 160 

Blakely, Josiah B., Nee n ah, Wis. 854 

Blakely, Quincy, Marlboro, N. H. 264 

Blakeslee, Allen D., Hay ward, Wis. 832 
Blakeslec, Erastus, Spencer, Mass. 14, 216 

Blakeslee, Newton T., Wabasha, Minn. 242 

Blakesley, Linus. Topeka, Kan. 172 

Blanchard, Addison, Mason City, Io. 158 

Blanchard, John T., Monticello, Io. 158 

♦Blanchard, Merrill, E. Weymouth, Mass. 216 
Blanchard, Silas M., Hudson Centre, N. H. 351 

Blease, W. J., West Pittston, Pa. 304 

Blenkarn, William T., Wabaunsee, Kan. 346 

Blinn, Henry G., Cambridge, N. Y. 274 

Bliss, Charles R., Chicago, 111. 61, 344 

Bliss, Daniel, Beirut, Syria, 340 

Bliss, Daniel J., Abington, Ct. 112 

Bliss. Edwin E., A. //. C. F. M. 340 

Bliss, Isaac G., A. B. S. 340 



378 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Bliss, J. Henry, Franklin, N. H. 262 

Blodgett, Charles K., Toledo, O. 162 

Blodgett, Edwin P., Greenwich, Mass. 200 
Blodget, Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 840 

Bloomfleld, Frank, West Branch, Mich. 11, 234 
Blose, Daniel A., La Harpe, 111. 142 

Blue Jacket, Charles, Blue Jacket, I. T. 845 
Boar dm an, George N., Chicago, 111. 65, 844 
Boardman, Joseph, Barnet, Vt. 314 

Boardman. M. Bradford, New Britain, Ct. 110 
Bodwell, Joseph C, Lyndonville,Vt. 11, 314, 8 
Bod well, Lewis, Clifton Springs, N. Y. 351 
Boggess, Elliott R., Woodstock, 111. 144 

Boggess, James H., Depere, Wis. 330 

Boiler, Benjamin F., Sedalla, Mo. 248 

Bolster, William H., So. Weymouth, Mass. 216 
Boltwood, Henry L., Evanston, 111. 844 

Bond, Elias, A. B. C. F. M. 840 

Bond, John J., lronville, N. Y. 274,6 

Bonnell, Spencer R., Spring Valley, Minn. 242 
Bonnell, William H., Pocatello, Idaho, 344 
Bonnett, Louis M., Athol, Kan. 166, 8 

Bonney, John R., DeSraet, Dak. 118 

Booth, Edwin, Oherlin, U. 352 

Borchers, Ernest F., Alton, N. H. 260 

Bordwell, Daniel N.. Anamosa, Io. 150 

Borton, Jesse P., North Adams, Mich. 226, 30 
Boss, Thomas M., Leavenworth, Kan. 168 
Bostwick, Elmer D., Rid g way, Pa. 304 

Bosworth, Edward J., Oberlin, O. 352 

Bob worth, Quincy M., Jewett City, Ct. 108 
Bosworth, Uriah C., Genoa, Neb. 254, 6 

Bosworth, William A., Great Bend, Kan. .168 
Both well, George W., Oakland, Cal. 04 

Bourne, James It., Sharon, Ct. 112 

Bourne, Paul E., Hillsboro Centre, N. H. 264 
Bourne, 8., Barrington Centre, R. I. 353 

Bouton, Til ton C. H., Dunbarton, N. H. 262 

*Bowden, Henry M., [Vt.] 14, 353 

Bowen, E. R., Newburgh. O. 290 

Bowen, Frederic, Avon, 111. 132 

Bower, Amos W., Portland, Or. 353 

Bowers, Albert, Ruggles, O. 296 

Bowers, John M., Kidder. Mo. 246, 8 

Bowker, Samuel, Ballardvale, Mass. 192 

♦Bowler, Stephen L., Berlin Mills, N. H. 280 
Bowman, David D., Eureka, Cal. 92 

Bowman, George A., East Hartford, Ct. 343 
[Boyd, Pliny S., deceased, 21 

Boynton, Charles E., Aurora, N. Y. 351 

Boynton, Francis H., W. Newbury, Mass. 216 
Boynton, Geo.M., Newton Centre, Ms. 60,347 
Boynton, Nehemiah, Boston, Mass. 194 

Brace, Seth C, Philadelphia, Pa. 353 

Bradford. Amory H., Montclair, N. J. 270 
Bradford, Benjamin F., Oxford, N. Y. 280 
Bradford, Dana B., Jericho, Vt. 353 

Bradford, Park A. C, Valley Falls, Mich. 349 
Bradley, Albert J., Valley Falls, Kan. 172 
Bradley, Cornelius B., Oakland, Cal. 842 

Bradley, Daniel F., Yankton, Dak. 11,4, 124 
Bradley, George S., Hudson, Mich. 226 

Bradley, William, Lapeer, Mich. 349 

♦Bradnack, Isaac R. [N. Y.] 351 

Bradshaw, John, Galesburg, 111. 344 

Bradshaw, John W., Galesburg, 111. 134 

[Bragdon, John, deceased, 21 

Brainerd, Charles N., Brattleboro, Vt. 853 
Brainerd, Edward R., Los Angeles, Cal. 94 
Brainerd, Timothy G., Grinnell, Io. 35 

Brakemeyer, Gustavus L. , Grand View, lo. 154 
Branch, John A., Jacksonville, Fla. 344 

Brand, James, Oberlin, O. 294 

Brande, Alfred G., Tipton, Io. 162 

Brandt, Charles E., Farmington, Ct. 343 

Brastow, Lewis O.. New Haven, Ct. 71, 343 
Brastow, Thomas E., Rockport, Me. 346 

Bray, Spencer H., New York, N. Y. 351 

Bray, William L., Kenosha, Wis. 332 

Brearly, William H., Colbin, Dak. 118 

Breckenridge, Daniel M., Sahula, Io. 150,60 
Breed, David, West Stafford, Ct. 114 

Breed, Dwight P., Reed Ciiy, Mich. 230 

Breed, Samuel D., Ann Arbor, Mich. 349 

Bremner, David, Boxford, Mass. 212 



Brereton, James E., Ashland, Neb. 252 

Brereton, John M., Kansas City, Mo. 246 

Brewer, David ft., Maynard, Mass. 206 

Brewer, James, Glad brook, Io. 345 

Brewster, Wm. H., Benton Harbor, Mich. 220 
Briant, 8. Ingeruoll, Hartford, Vt. 316 

Brickett, Harry, Thetford. Vt. 322 

Brickett, Harry L., Lynnfield Centre, Ms. 204 
Bridgman, Henry M.. A. B. (\ F. M. 240 

Bridgman, Lewis, Centreville, Dak. 344 

Brier, John W., Oakland, Cal. 342 

Briggs t William T., East Douglass, Mass. 198 
I Brigham, David, deceased. 
Brintnall, Loren W., Olympia, W. T. 150, 60 
Bristol, Colman, Warrensburg, 111. 138 

Bristol, Frank L., Uxbridge, Mass. 214 

Bristol, Richard C, Col. Springs, Col. 343- 
Bristol, Sherlock, Saticoy, Cal. 342 

Broad, L. Payson, Topeka, Kan. 56, 346 

•Brobst, Flavius J., Chicago, 111. 344 

Brodhead, William H., Denver, Col. 14, 100 
Brodie, Andrew M., Cincinnati, O. 290 

Brodie, James F., Woodstock, Vt. 322 

[Branson, Samuel M., deceased. 
Brook*, Charles H., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Brooks, Charles S., Fitchburg, Mass. 11, 4, 200 
Brooks, George W., Charlestown, Mass. 194 
Brooks, Jesse W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 11, 272 
B rooks, Wm. E.,Clareraont a v., Chicago, 111. 345 
Brooks, William M., Tabor, Io. 344 

Bross, Harmon, Chadron, Neb. 350 

Brower, C. DeWitt, Dowagiac, Mich. 224 
Brown, Aaron, Kingston Centre, O. 352 

Brown, Amasa A., Mitchell, Dak. 844 

Brown, Anselm B., Los Anveles, Cal. 342 
Brown, Aurelian L., Springfield, Minn. 11, 236 
Brown, Charles O., Dubuque, Io. 152 

Brown, Edward, DeSmet, Dak. 344 

Brown, Frederick H., Clifton, 111. 344 

Brown, George B., Toledo, Ohio, 288 

Brown, George H., McAllister, I. y. 148 

Bmwn, Henry C, Springfield, Mo. 248 

Brown, Henry E., Oberlin, O. 352 

Brown, Herbert S., Mystic Bridge, Ct. 114 
Brown, Israel, New Hampton, Io. 158 

Brown, John A., Riceville, Io. 154, 6, 62 

Browne, John K., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Brown, J. Newton, Owatonna, Minn. 240 

♦Brown, Luther E., Ogalalla, Neb. 350 

Brown, Oliver, Oneida, 111. 140 

Brown, Robert, Leavenworth, Kan. 346 

Brown, Sterling N., Cleveland, O. 290 

Brown, Thomas L., WestWilliamsfield, O. 298 
Brown, Willard D., Interlachen, Fla. 128 

Brown, William B., East Orange, N. J. 351 
Brown, William M., Blue Rapids, Kan. 164 
Brownjohn, George" Wy Wisner, Neb. 260 
Brownville John W., Hanover, Mass. 202 
Bruce, Charles C, Medford, Mass. 347 

Bruce, Charles R., Sun Prairie, Wis. 336 

Bruce, Henry J.A.Ii. C. F. M. 340 

Bruechert, F. H. W., Omaha, Neb. 256 

Brundldge, Hiram A., Fredonia, Kan. 346 

Brunker, James, Rush Centre, Kan. 346 

Bryan, George A., Scotland, Ct. 112 

Bryant, Albert, Worcester, Mass. 218 

Br\ ant, Samuel J., West Haven. Ct. 343 

Bryant, Stephen O., Olivet. Mich. 349 

Bryngleson, Aug., Wood Lake, Wis. 330, 6 
Buck, Edwin A., Fall River, Mass. 347 

Buck, Samuel J., Grinnell, lo. 345 

Buckingham, Samuel G., Springfield, Ms. 214 
Bugbee, Rolla G., Thomaston, Ct. 114 

Bugbey, W. S., South Haven, Mich. 232 

♦Bulfinch, John J.. Waldoboro, Me. 178 

iBull, Richard B., deceased. 
Bullard, Asa, deceased. 
tuUard, Charles H., Hartford, Ct. 343 

Bullard, Eb» n W., Stockbridge, Mass. 347 
Bullock, Miles G., Ansonia, Conn. 104 

Bullock. Motier A., Iowa City, Io. 156 

♦Bumpus, Isaac C., Sherman Mifls, Me. 186 
Bumstead, Horace, Atlanta, Ga. 844 

Bundy, Henry, Chicago, 111. 844 

Bunnell, John J., Bridgman, Mich. 222 



1JST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



JurianB, Lysajidor T 
3urdlck, WH _ 

lSui,-.'it.\Chai 



L.. Em 



Bni-gcas, Edmund J., While Clou 

Burgeea! Louis F., Brldgew«ter, ( 
[Biirnt'ii-i, RkUrd M., deceased. 
Bnrgeae, Beth, Blodgett Mills, S. 
Kiirnabv, [Sidney A., Lancaster.! 
IliirmuJ, William H., Aigoca, Io 
•BurncJl, AlfredO., Cal. 



Campbell, James M., Grand Ledge, Mich 

Campbell, William H., Kan sae City, Mo. 1 
Campbell, William " '—«--■— —- 

Can dec, George, li , , 

Canfleid, Thc-maa H , Medinpulln, It 



and Rapids, Mich. 84ft 



i ■nrpminr, Phito H., Worcester, Vl. 
Carr, Edwin 8., Germany, 
Carr, William, Brookflela, VL 

Cair, William ()., liarnatend, X. II. 



-Burr, Kidisrd M., Well.. J 
ISin-r, Wi::.rJ. Uberiin.O. 
Burr, Zalmon B., South porl 
•lSurril,, George H„ New I 
Burroughs, ii. Stockton, Ai 

Hurt, Daniel C, New Bcdfc 
ll.ii-., Enoch H„ Armada, i) 

Burton. Horntiu N\, r'ast B 



Buabnell, Henry A., Mankato, Minn. 

Buabnell, Johu E„ Rye, N. Y. 

.Uimhnell, Samuel C, Aeeirmriel, M»m. 

Bum, Henry, Sterling, 111. 

Bum, William H.. Dead wood. Dak. 

Bnaser, Snmuel K., Wichita, Kau. 

Buowell, J.O.. [Mich.] ] 

Butcher, William R., Klmwood, 111. 

Butler, Calvin, Bchennctady, N. Y. 

Butler, Daniel, Waterly, Man. 

BuUer, Edward P., Lyme, N. H. 

Butler, Elmer W., Windsor. Wia. ] 

Butler, Frank E., Houeatonlc, Mam. 

Butler, Gardner 8., Union, N. H. 

Ri.ti.T. Ikiny E..AIma, Mieh. 

lor, JnmosE.. [MlchJ 

:t, JobnH., PhiillU.>\ i. 



00, Edwin H,, Springfield 

Bi-iilMt™, Oeorge"p.. Bhoreham, V t .* " 
Byington, Swift. Eieler, N. U. 
Bj-rd. John H., Lawrence, Kan. 
Byron!, Edward H., Elizabeth, N. J. 
Cad wa lad or, John, West Bangor, Pa. 
Cad real ludt'r, Jouepb, Jucldidrivillu, Fin. 
Cndv.C.ilvin 1!., ALburgh SpririKH, V:. 
Cady, Cbauncy M., A. M. C. F. M. 
Cady. Coi-iici.insri.. Ann Arbor, Mich. 



Calhoun, t;.,ltnuF., Orwell, V 
Calkins, Wolcoit, Newion, Mm 
(.UI.;il:,M:i:haelJ.,Waltham/ 
Callami, William C, SpringBe 

'Caliell, Wil.00, [Da.J 

Cameron, John H., Pewaukee, 



al A., Pittsvllle, Wis. 



Carni:hrrfi, Jnlni J., I'm-tlmid, He. 


84o 


Carruiheri!, William, Rkhinor.d lllil. N 


Y.282 


Carter, Chiii-let Y., Kuril "((ton, Vt. 


314 




204 


Carter, Elijah, Dawson, Minn. 




Cart,-r. I'erdinand E., Gladstone, Mich 




CHrl.,1-. Homer W., Plauevilie, Whs. 


at 


Carter, Nathan F., Concord. N. H. 




Carter, Stephen B„ Weatmlnsler, Ct. 


' m 


Cniver, (Slmhael, North lWgesj, N. Y. 
Gary, Otis. Jr., A. B. 0. F. M. 


3S1 




Caiy, William B., North Btonington, C 


. 110 




340 




MS 


Ca«e, Horatio M-, Smart, Io. 








Cash, Elijah, Lot Angeles, Cal. 


92 


Cats, George H Traverse City, Mich. 


232 


100 


Caverno, Charles,' Boulder, Col. 




Chaddock, Emery Q., Freano, Cal. 




Chalmers, William I., EJvorhead, N. Y 




Ctiambc-i-lin, Hertweli N., Madison, 0. 


294 


Chamborlln, Edward B., Sharon, M. 




Cliamberiin, Jnrans .A., Berlin, Wis. 


328 


Chamberlain,. 7a.ir.iss P. .Trcrapei.leau, \ 




Ohamberlaln, Joshua M„ Grlnnell, Io. 


"ii!, 


Chamberlain, William I., Ames, Io. 


12, :!15 


340 


Obampliii, Oliver P., B-uahford, Minn. 

Chandler, Everett S., Loekport, 111. 




1B8, 11 



Chandler, John S., A. B. C. F. if, 18, SW 

Chandler, Joaeph, Lakeland, Minn. 238, 8 

Chandler, Jos. H., St. Anthony's P'k, Minn. 242 
Chandler, Wataoii H., Plymouth. 111. 140 



>n, I 
























Nf 









hits; 



Chappie, William, DeWHt.IO. 
Charlton, John W., North Bloomf 
Chaie, Austin S., Hartford, Ct. 



208 Chase, Levi ii., Concord 



Chendle, 6l.-pS.eo H„ Taeoma, W. T. 16, 328 
I Chocaman, John M„ Brookllne, Mo. 248, 8 



380 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Cheney, Russell L., Prairie du Chien, Wis. 254 
Cheseborough, Amos 8., Say brook, Ct. 351 

♦Chester, Arthur, Brooklyn, N. Y. 11 

♦Child, K. A., lied Jacket, Mich. 11 

Chickering, John W., Washington, D. C. 344. 
Chickering, Jno.W., jr., Washington, I). C. 344 

Child, Frank 8., New Preston, Ct. 114 

Childers, Charles., Summerfleld, Ala. 88 

Cbilds, Alexander C, Hanson, Mass. 202 

Childs, Edward IV, Anita, Io. 150 

Child*, James II., Northbridge, Mass. 2w6 

Chi Ids, Truman D., Fowler, Kan. 166 

Chipman, U. Manning, Bethlehem, Ct. 313 

Chittenden, Andrew H., Anduver, O. 288 

♦Christie. George W., Oldtown, Me. 184 

Christie, Thomas D., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Churchill, J. Wesley, Andover, Mass. 63, 192 

[Chute, Ariel P., deceased, 22 

Chute, Edward L., North bo ro, Mass. 208 
Cbutter, Frederic G., Littleton, N. H. 11, 6, 264 

Chynoweth, John T., Cheltenham, 111. 144 

Clafliu, Arthur II., Sheridan, Mich. 282 

Claflin, George P., Dunlap, Kan. 166 

Claflin, John, Dexter, Mich. 224 
Claiborne, Cyrus H., New Orleans, La. 176 

Clancy, William P., Epping, N. H. 262 
Clapp, A. Huntington, Bible Ho., N.Y. 56, 351 

Clapp, Cephas F., Oakland, Cal. 11, 94 

Clapp, Dwight II. t A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Clapp, Luther, Hartland. Wis. 332 

Clapp, T. Eaton, Portland, Or. 300 

Clark, Alnert W., A. B. G. F. M. 340 

Clark, Allen, Nebraska City, Neb. 266 

Clark, Almon T., Tavares, Ha. 128 

dark, Anson, West Salem, Wis. 14, 354 

Clark, Asa F., Brattleboro, Vt. 353 

Clark, Asahel L., Simsbury, Ct. 14, 343 

Clark, Charles W., Georgia, Vt. 316 

Clark, Cyrus A., A. B. G. F. M. 11, 340 

Clark, Daniel J., East Haven, Ct. 104 

Clark, D. Olin, Warren, Mass. 216 

♦Clark, Daniel W., Wellfleet, Mass. 216 

Clark, De Witt 8., Salem, Mass 212 

Clark, E. Benedict. Chicopee, Mass. 347 

Clark, Edson L., Charlemont,Mass. 196 

Clark, Edward, Springfield, Mass. 347 

Clark, Edward W\, W estboro, Mass. 347 

Clark, Francis E., Auburndale, Mass. 14, 347 
Clark, Frank G., West Medford, Mass. 347 

Clark, George, Oberlin, O. 352 

Clarke, George L., Westerly, R. I. 114 

Clark, George V., Athens, Ga. 130 

Clark, Henry, Avon, Ct. 343 

Clark, Isaac, Northampton, Mass. 208 

Clark, James B., Butte City, Mont. 250 

Clarke, James F., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

{Clark, John, deceased, 22 

)lark, Joseph B., Bible House, N. Y. 56, 351 

Clarke, Joseph B., Barkbamsted, Ct. 102 

Clark, Josi»h B., Islington, Mass. 347 

Clark, Moulton N., Harvard, 111. 134 

Clark, N. George, Boston, Mass. 49,347 

Clark, Orville C , Providence, 111. 140 

Clark, Samuel W., Kdgartown, Mass. 198 

Clark, Sereno D., deceased, 22 

Oiark, Solomon, Goshen, Mass. £00 

Clark, Sumner, deceased, 23 

♦Clark, Theodore J., Northneld, Mass. 347 

Clark, Victor F., David City, Neb. 252 

I Clark, William, deceased, 23 

Clark, William B., Norwich Town, Ct. 343 

♦Clark, William J., Clinton, Wis. 328 

Clay, Daniel, Schriever, La. 176 

Clayton, Thomas, Zanesville. O. 11, 298 

Cleaveland, James B., New Haven, Ct. 343 

Clift, William, Mystic Bridge, Ct. 343 

Clifton, Theodore, Milwaukee, Wis. 334 

Clinton, Orson P., Menasha, Wis. 354 

Clizbe, Jay, Amherst, Mass. 347 

♦Closson, Ji-siah T., Lebanon, Me. 346 

Coate, Henry, Morenci, Mich. 222, 8 

Cobb, Elisha G., Florence, Mass. 208 

♦Cobb, Henry W., Bowdle, Dak. 344 

Cobb, Levi H., 59 Bible House, N. Y. 54, 351 
Cobb, William H., New ton Centre. Ms. 14,53, 34 



[Cobleigh, Nelson F., deceased, 23 

Cochran, Albert B., Bangor, Mich. 220 

Cochran, FlorenzoC., Beardstown, III. 132 

[Cochran, Robert, deceased, 24 
Coddington, Frederick M., Leslie, Mich. 228 

Coe, David B , Bible House, N. Y. 56,351 

Coffman, Arthur W., Denver, Col. 100 

Coggin, William S., Boxford, Mass. 347 

Colcord, Dennis H., Monrovia, Cal. 11, 94 
Coit, Joshua, Cong. House, Boston, Ms. 56, 347 

Colburn, Henry H., Salem, N. H. 266 

Colby, John, South Natick, Mass 206 

♦Colcord, Samuel, 45 W. 81st St.. N. Y. 351 

Cole, H. Hammond, Tucson, Ariz. 90 

Cole, Henry M., Kansas City, Mo. 164 

Cole, Koyal M., A. II. C. F. M. 340 

Cole, Thomas W., Kaukauna, Wis. 332 

Coleman, William L., Grinnell. Io. 345 

Colledge, William A., Olney, III. 140 

Collie, Joseph, Delavan, Wis. 330 

Collier, John L., Belpre, O. 288 

Collin, Quincy J., Clarkson, N. Y. 851 
Collins, Elbert J., Mount Hope, Kan. 168, 70 

Colman, George W., Park Ridge, 111. 140 

Col ton, Aaron M., Easthampton, Mass. 347 

Colton, Alfred E., Bellevue, O. 294 

Col ton, Erastas, Minneapolis, Minn. 850 

Colton, Tberon G., Rootstown, O. 296 

Colton, Willis 8., Wayne, Mich. 234 
Col well, Henry J., Gr. Meadow, Minn. 11, 236, 8 
Colwell, John W., Barrington, R. I. 11, 808 

Combs, Clement, Junction City, Mo. 246, 8 

Comings, Elam J., Kingsville, O. 353 

[Corn stock, David C, deceased, 24 
Comstock, Davillo W., Grand Island, Neb. 254 

Condon, Thomas, Eugene City, Or. 353 

Cone, Luther H., Springfield, Mass. 214 
Conkling, Benjamin D., Burlington, Kan. 164 

Conley, Henry W., Anniston, Ala. 88 

Connell, David, Woodstock. N. H. 851 

Connet, Alfred, McLeansville, N. C. 286 
Conrad, Charles E., Quincy, 111. 136, 40 

Conry, Henry W., Essex, Vt. 316 
Converse, Wm. A. C, Piermont,N.H. 11, 6,266 

Cook, Charles H., Auburn, Cal. 92 

Cook, Cornelius C., East Arlington, Vt. 314 

♦Cook,EraulusC., [Me.] 

Cook, Jonathan B., Houinton, Mass. 
Cook, Silas P., Chelsea, Mass. 
Cooke, William H., Oakland, Cal. 
Coo ledge, Chalmers H., Orange, Vt. 
Cooledge, Charles E., Collinsville, Ct. 
Cooley, Franklin M., Brttt, Io. 
Cooley, Henry, Springfield, Mass. 
Cooley, Onamel W., Glen wood, Io. 
Cooley, William F., Pecatonica, III. 
Coolidge, Amos H., Leicester, Mass. 
Coombc, Philip, Ferndale. Cal. 
Cooper, James, Scvery, Kan. 
Cooper, James W., New Britain, Ct. 
Cooper, John H., Addison, Mich. 
Cooper, Samuel B., Jefferson, O. 
Copeland , Jonathan, Beaumont, Kan 
Copping, Bernard, Groveland Mass. 
Co retell, James G., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Cordley, Richard, Lawrence, Kan. 



346 
347 
196 
94 
318 
102 
150 
347 
345 
142 
204 
342 
170,2 
108 
11, 220 
292 
346 
11, 4,200 
351 
168 
Corey, Em peon M., Potosi, Wis. 334 

Cornell, William M., Boston, Mass. 347 

Cornet, Edward, Long Branch, N. J. 11, 270 
Corsbie, Hadley M., Wood worth, Wis. 354 

♦Corwin, Charles L., ("Cal.] 342 

Cory, Isaac L., Excelsior. Minn. 236 

Cossar, Andrew O , St. Johns, Mich. 349 

Cote\ Thomas G. A., Springfield, Mass. 347 
Couch, Paul, Mvstic Bridge, Ct. 348 

Countermine, John D., Albany, N. Y. 11, 272 
Countryman, Asa, Iowa Falls, Io. 345 

Countryman, Franklin, N. Branford, Ct. 110 
Courter, J. E., Ford City, Kan. 166 

Cousins, Edgar M., Cumberland Mills, Me. 188 
Cowan, John, South Deerfield, Mass. 198 

Cowan, John W., Tabor, Io. 160 

Cowan, Perez D., Wellesley. Mass. 216 

Cowles, John P., Ipswich, Mass. 847 

Cox, Walter R., Ashland av., Chicago, 111. 244 



1888.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



381 



Coyle, John P., North Adams, Maes. 208 

Cragin, Chas. C., 112 Iowa St., Chicago, 111. 134 
Craig, Henry K., Falmouth, Mass. 200 

Craig, James A., Cincinnati, O. 352 

Crane, Charles D., Newcastle, Me. 184 

Crane, Edward C, Manchester, N. H. 264 
Craue, Edward P., Emmetsburg, Io. 154 

Crane, Ethan B., Brooklyn, N. Y. 351 

Crane, Henry C, Omaha, Neb. 256 

Crane, John F., Norton's Bay, Mich. 11, 226 
♦Crane.Kendrick II.,ChathamCentre,0. 288. 90 
Crathern, Charles F., Masun, N. H. 264 

Cravath, Erastus M , Nashville, Tenn. 353 
Crawford, Albtrt R., Lewis, N. Y. 278, 84 
Crawford, Andrew K.,Mokelumne Hill, Cal. 94 
Crawford, Charles H., Glen wood, Io. 154 

Crawford, John C. Nickerson, Kan. 170 

Crawford, Lyndon 8., A. ti. C. F. M. 340 
Crawford, Matthew A., A. li. C. F. AT. 340 
♦Crawford, Otis D., Patchogne, N. Y. 280 

Crawford, Robert, Greenfield, Moss. 198 

Crawford, Sidney, Tampa. Fla. 128 

Crawford, William, Sparta, Wis. 336 

Creegan, Charles C, Boston, Mass. 49, 347 
♦Creelman, William, York Corner, Me. 190 
Cressman, Abraham A., Wahoo. Neb. 258 
Cressman, Edmund, Plymouth, Neb. 258 

Cripps, Philip M , Onondaga, Mich. 230 

Oristy, Albert B., Hudson, O. 292 

Croft, Charles P., Weatogue. Ct. 343 

Croft, Delmer E., Wolcott, Vt. 322 

Crofts, George W., Council Bluffs, Io. 152 
Cromer, Jeremiah C.,Fort Wayne, lnd. 11, 146 
Cronin, Henry C, Hamilton, N. Y. 276 

[Crosby, Josiah D , deceased. 
Cross, Andrew M., Ovid, Mich. 349 

Cross, Gorham, Richville, N. Y. 351 

Cross, James F., Oahe, Dak. 11, 344 

Cross, Joseph W., West Boy If ton, Mass. 347 
Cross, Moses K., Waterloo, Io. 345 

Cross, Roland S , Sauk Center, Minn. 242 

Cross, Roselle T , Denver, Col. 100 

Cross, Wellington R., Milltown, N. B. 340 
Cross, William H., Saratoga, Cal. U, 96 

Croswell, Micah S., Rogers, Ark. 342 

♦Crowell, Zonae, Kingston, Mass. 202 

Crum, John H., Winona, Minn. 242 

Cruzan, John A., San Francisco, Cal. 96 

Culp, David W., Florence, Ala. 88 

Cummings, Ephraim C, Portland, Me. 346 
Cummings, G* orge H., Thompson, Ct. 114 
Cummings, Henry, Strafford, Vt. 320 

[CummingH, Hiram, deceased, 24 

Cumings, John M., Dunlap, Io. 152 

Cundall, Isaac N , Ripon, Wis. 354 

Cunningham, John, West Groton. N. Y. 284 
Cunningham, LorenzoD. Goodlettsve,Tenn.310 
Cunningham, Wra.B., MichiganCty.Dak.il, 122 
Currier, Albert H., Oberlin, O. 68, 352 

Curry, Erastus S., Thayer, Mo. 246, 8 

Curtis, Asher W., Marion, Ala. 88 

Curtis, Charles B., Selma, Ala. 88 

Curtis, Charles H., Summer Hill, N. Y. 282 
Curtis Edward D., Indianapolis, lnd. 56, 345 
Curtis, Ethan, Syracuse, N. Y. 282 

Curtiss, George, Hartford, Ct. 106 

♦Curtis, Gilbert A., Meredith* N. H. 264 

Curtiss, Leandcr, East Gilead, Mich. 224 

Curtis, Lucius, Hartford, Ct. 343 

Curtiss, Samuel L, Chicago, 111. 65, 344 

Curtis, Walter W., West Stockbridge, Ms. 216 
[Curtiss, William B., deceased, 
Curtis, William C, The Dalles, Or. 300 

Curtis, William W., A. B.C. F. 3f. 340 

Cushman, D. Quimby, Warren, Me. 346 

Cushman, John P., Cast in e, Me.' 180 

Cuthbertson, Wm. J , Copenhagen, N. Y. 274 
Cutler, Brainerd B., Heath, Mass. 347 

Cutler, Calvin, Auburndale, Mass. 208 

Cutler, Charles, Lake Village, N. H. 351 

Cutler, Charles H. Bangor, Me. 12, 178 

Cutler, Ebenezer, Worcester, Mass. 218 

Cutler, George B.. Stoddard, N. H. 268 

Cutler, Temple, Essex, Mass. 198 

Cutter, Marshall M., Boston, Mass. 347 



Cutting, Charles, Montville, Ct. 108 

Cutting, Henry P., Harwich, Mass. 202 

Dada, Edwin P., Springfield, Neb. 258 

Dada, Wil)iam B., Watervliet, Mich. 222, 34 

tDale, Sidney H., deceased. 

)algleish, George Q. ^England. 340 

Dalton, Martin L , Camden, N. Y. 274 

Daly, James A ., Rochester, N. Y. 351 

♦Dame, Charles, Falmouth, Me. 186 

Damon, John F., Seattle, W. T. 353 

Dana, J. Jay, A 1 ford, Mass. 347 

Dana, Malcolm McG., Lowell, Mass. 204 

Dana, Samuel H., Quincy, 111, 140 

Dan forth, James R., Philadelphia, Pa. 304 

Daniels, Charles H., Portland, Me. 186 

Daniel, Daniel, South Gibson, Pa. 302 

Daniels, Henry M., DeLuz, Cal. 92 

Daniels, Joseph L., Olivet, Mich. 230 
Danielson, Joseph, Southbridge. Mass. 212 

Danner, Edgar V. H., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 290 

Darley, Alexander M., Seward, Neb. 258 

Darling, George, Waupun, Wis. 338 

Darling, Marcellus W., Sioux City, Io. 160 

♦Darling, Thomas W., Danville, Vt. 31ft 
Darling, Walter E., Farmington, N. H. 262 
Dascomb, Alfred B., Bellows Falls, Vt. 320 

Davenport, John G., Waterbury, Ct. 114 

♦Davidson, William E., Friend, Neb. 11, 254 

Da vies, Daniel T., Pottsville, Pa. 302 

Davies, David, Cyclone, O. 352 

Davies, David D.. Pottsville, Ta. 304 

Davies, David D , Somonauk, 111. 142 

Davies, David F., Glendower, O. 296 

Davies, David M., Bevier, Mo. 246 

Davies. Edward, Rcrasen, N. Y. 272 

Davies, Henry, Williamsburg, Io. 162 

Davies, James, Pullman, W. T. 824 

Davies, J. Francis, Lima, O. 11, 294 

Davies, John A., Patriot, O. 352 

Davies, John B., Fredericksburg, O. 292 

Davies, John D., Spring Green, Wis. 354 

Davies, John L., Youngstown, O. 298 

Davies, John P., Hubbard, O. 292 

Davies, Lewellyn 8., Shawnee, O. 29ft 

Davies, Richard R., Owosso, Mich. 230 

Davies, Theophilus, Plains, Pa. 304 

Davies, Thomas E., Seymour, Ct. 112 

Davies, Thomas M., Biddefoi d, Me. 178 

Davies, Thomas T., Remsen, N. Y. 280, 2 
♦Davies, Thomas V., A ltoona, Kan. 16, 164, 72 

Davis, Charles 11., Ferris, Cal. 96 

Davis, D. E., Dallas, Tex. 353 

Davis, David L., Carbondale, Pa. 802 

Davis, Edgar F., Wolffboro, N. H. 268 

Davis, Jerome D., A. B. (J. F. M. 340 

Davis, Josef h W., Rapid City, Dak. 124 

Davis, Josiah G., Amherst, N. H. 351 

♦Davis, Morris E. , Dawes, M o. 248 

Davis, Perley B., Hyde Park, Mass. 202 
♦Davis. R. Henry, North Conway, N. H. 262 

Davis, William H., Detroit, Mich. 222 

Davis, William V. W., Worcester, Ms. 11, 212 

Davison, Charles, Greenville, Me. 188 
Davison, Joseph, Ashtabula Harbor, O. 852 
Davison, Joseph B , Aahtabula Harbor, O. 288 

Davy, James, Gardner, Dak. 11, 110 

Dawes, Ebenezer, Lakeville, Mass. 202 

Dawson, John B., Essex vi lie, Mich. 349 

Dawson, William K , 8eattle, W. T. 324 

Day, Charles O., Brat;leboro, Vt. 314 

Day, Edward, Ludlow, Mass. 204 

Day, George E., New Haven, Ct. 71, 343 

Day, Guy B., Bridgeport, Ct. 843 

Day, Henry N., New Haven, Ot. 343 

Day, Hiram, Glencoe, 111. 844 

Day, Rodney C, De Kalb, N. Y. 274 

Day, S. Mills, Honeoye, N. Y. 276 

Day, Warren F., Ottawa, 111. 140 

Dean, Amos N., Cambridge, Neb. 252 

Dean, Benjamin A., Harrisville, N. H. 264, 6 

Deane, James, Crown Point, N. Y. 274 

Dean, Martin G., Hutchinson, Kan. 346 

Dean, Oliver S., Hoi brook, Mass. 202 

Dean, Samuel C., South Bend, Neb. 258 

Dean, William N. T., Oxford, Mass. 11, 210 



CONGREGATIONAL TEAR-BOOK. 



' Douglat, James. Pulaski, K. Y. 
Douglasa, Boluraon J., New Haven, 
Douglas. Thomas, Bayvllle. N. T. 
Dooglase ■"— ■■-.-..... t. 



Jelong, D. D., Arkansas City, Kan. I 

ilvln .Charles 8., Pierport. Mlc'h ' I 

jlic.ll, tinrari W.,Snn Jacinto, Cnl. 
lemaresl, Sydney B . deceased, 

•nlo, Fr,.ncl. B.'. Baog.ir, Me.' ' M, ! 
mnlMm. Andrew o., Middlefleld, Ct. 1 

Deninon, Dnniel. Hampton, Ct. ' 

Denison, .lohn It., W1HL»rn«tnwn, Ma..s. i 
Dennen, Sreuhe-n K., Went STewlun, Mum. ; 
Denney. Wilton. Clinton, Io. : 

Dennv, Will] am Li. M, Columbus, 0. 11, i 
De Feu, John, Norfolk. Ct. 
Dt PgW, William A., Concord, Mass. ; 

IX' l'uv, Wellington, Grand Ledge, Mich, : 
•Doroby.Christakts E..W. Brooksvlle, Me.: 
De Relmer, Wm. E„ Mllet, Io. 158, 

In-rrtck, Columbus, Hlll*ti<.ro, Or. i 

Dewer, Hurry P., Concord, N. H. 12, '■ 

l).:wr,,W C...1. «. '.'. /". .)/. ; 



T.FrankN.. Hf 



le 11.', Rio Vlnii'i. Oa). 



., Portamoulb, N. H. 



>wns, Allison O.,"oharl 
jwhk, Charlei A., Lebi 



Drew, J.imei B„ St. l'mi). Minn. 'Hi 

Drew, Stephen F.. Mclndoes, Vt. 314 

Drisko, Raymond 0., Derby. VI. 316.9 

Dudley, Joseph P., Ksu Claire, Wit. 330 

Dudley! Myron'e., North Wi'brahnm, Mi. 218 
DUKHun. William R., Shuteabury, Mann. 214 
Dumin, William W., Chagrin, Fall*, 0. 290 
Duncan, George W., Oils, Col. 100 

Djuhi.ni, Dwlght, Howard. Kan. 169 

Daohnm, Isaac, Hrldgewater. Mass. 347 

Dunlap, George H., I lerby Line, Vt. 353 

THinliip. rinmiit-1 I'., Spring-Arid. O. IS, SflB 



Dlckeraon, Onon C, Iji Harpe, III. 




I -ii in 


ng. Homer »., Booth Norwalk, Ct. 343 


moke;, Myron P., Ludlow, Mat.. 


a u 


Mir; 


a, Joseph T., Bono.., Mass. 104 


DkklnHon, Chnrk-s A., Ponton, Maun. 




Dust 


n, George, Hartford, Ct. 343 


Dk'lons.Mi.Charl-H II. W.illintfoM.Cl. 
Dukinson.i'ornclhisE.. Marie'tln, O. 




Mill 


i, AlberlI.,So.Kn i --i.i>gli»l.i,M». 14,347 


M. B 


Dill! 


i, Horace, Auhnrno.ile, Mrun. :',47 


Dkkinsoii. Edmund Y., Chicago, III. 




Dull 




Dickinson. Georgo L, Atkinson. HI 








Drckluron, George 11.. Coliinsvllie, C. 


ii 


H-.ikl,r. KdwiLrd d., HadLey, Mho.. ;>00 


Dlckluaon, Henry A., Huntington, Mw 




"mivCi. B. C.f. «". IB, 340 


Dicti, mo, Samuel F-, Newton, Io. 




Dwig 


,-. 'telatlahF... Fairfield In. 34a 


Dickinson, Ham ue! W„ Minneapolis Mln 






H. Timothy, New Havan. CI. 71,343 
■II, Israel £,, Oakland. Cal. 69, 342 


Dtekin-,,™, Wm K. FLU William, X.H.I 


, :wi 


Dwin 


Dickinson, William G.. Webster, Dak. 






i jevli P., Henry. Dak. 120 


Dirreisbwher. lieii.F-.II.iv Springs, Neb. S.",fi 


Dyer 


Almon J.. Upton, Mast. 214 
KJ«ard a., South Brainlree, Maas. 196 


Diggs, Marshall W., Fort Recovery, G. 




Dyer 


Dike, Samuel W-, Auhurndale, Mast. 


3-1 V 


Dyer 


NmhanT., Dlghtou, Man. 14,108 


Diiley, Alexander B., Lake Worth, Fla. 




Dyke 


Charles F., WHoko, Minn. 242 


DIMey, Samuel, ML-lbDiLroe, Fla. 


lis 




an, Adelbert L., Gainesville, H. Y. 276 


Dlmou, Jacob V., Wymore, Neb. 


sou 


lul 


an, Edward P., 8. Biideeton, Me. 180 



Tiinsninre. John, Barnwell, Me. 1 

Dlve.i. Clarence, I... Pbintsvllle, Ct. I 

Dlaou, Ellia W., Wenas, W. T . S24, 

Dlaon, Hiram H., Rlpon. Wis. 3 

Dlion, James J. A. T., Bunker Hill, Ran. 3 
Diion, Julian H., Toulon, 111. 1 

Dl.on, M. Couplsod, Saranac, Mich. 2 

Donne, Edward T„ A. B. C. >. M. S 

Dosoe, John, Cleveland, O. 1 

Dodge, Austin, Buflilon Cenlre, Mats. 1 
Dodge, Benjamin. I'leasant Hill, Tenn. 3 
Dodge, George B., Rutland, Mass. 2 

Dodge, John K., Sterling, Maaa. 12,4,2 
Dodge, John W., Yarmouth. Maaa, 2 

Doe, franklin B..B1. Louis, Mo. SO, 3 

[Doo, Walter P., deceased, 
Dole, J. Herbert, Croton, Mich. 12, 222, 
Dote, Wylveater R., Kelloggevllle. O. 292. 

Donaldson' Levi J., Charleetow'n, O.' ! 

Donnell, Albert, Haverhill, Maes. 
Donnell, Benjamin J., Decatur, Ala. 
Donovan, David. Little Falls, Minn. 2 

D'Ooge, Martin L„ Ann Arbor, Mich. 3 
IHnilltllc, John li., rVnnkllii. Nti). Ii 

Dorian, Thomas A , Ware, Maas. 12, 2 

Dougherty, Jamet G., Oilawa, Kan. 1 

Dougherty, M. Angalo. Terre Haute, Ind. 1 
Dooglaaa, Aleiauder, Big Springs, Mo. 3 
Douglass, Clinton, Knvjlkton. D n k. I 

Dooglaal, Ftancls J., Humboldt, Io. 1 



K»ion, i Cvrii B ra H.,Bhick[ey, Neb? 



Eaton, Joaepb M. K., Fltcbbqrg, Matt. 347 

laton, BamuelW., Roecoc, III. 142 

Eaton, Walter 8., Beektt, Matt. 192 

Bcklea, John G., H.nford, Cal. 94 

Ecfimau. Jamet K„ Oiborne, Kan, ' 340 

Eddy, Clarence, North Mlddleboro, Maas. 206 

Kddy, Hiram, Canaan, Ct. 343 

fKddy, Bnmuel W-, deceasea, U 

Kddy, Zaehary, Detroit, Mich. 34S 

Edmunds, John 8„ Grand Haven, Mich. 226 

Krlnon, Henr,y K., Grlnnell, Io. 346 

Edwards, George L„ Mililngton, Ct. 104 

Edwnrds, Henry L., Xortbampton, Mass. 347 

Edwards, John, Lantford, I'a. 304 

Edwards, John, Yonngstown, O. 290 

Kdwaids, Jonathan, Spokane, W. T. 324 
Edwnrds, Jonathan, WellesleyHilh, Mats. 218 

Edwards, Nicholas T., Ambov, III. 132 

Edwards, Richard, Springfield, III. 344 

Edwardi, Stephen, Georgetown, N. 11. 244 

Edwards, Thnmaa 0., Kingston, Fa. 302 



1888.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINI8TER8. 



383 



Edwards, William, Abercrombie, Dak. 118 

Bells, Cashing, Tacoma, W. T. 324 

Eells, Myron, Bkokomlsh, W. T. 324 

Egleston, Natb. H., Washington, D. O. 344 

Eel est on, William B., Waushara, Kan. 172 
Ennamini, Artemas, Bantee Agency, Neb. 258 

Elam, Abner, Junction City, Kan. 346 

Elder, Hugh, Farmington, Me. 182 

Elderkin, John, Ekonk, Ct. 114 

Eldredge, John W., Beaverton, Or. 11, 300 

Elliott, Franklin, Eagle Grove, Io. 152 
[Elliott, John E., deceased. 

Elliot, Lester H., Waterbury, Vt. 353 

Elliott, Stephen G., Aurora, Mo. 350 

Ellis, Jacob F., Forest Grove, Or. 353 

Ellis, John, May wood, III. 138 

Ellis, John M., Oberlin, O. 352 

Ellis, Morgan A., Cole Creek, Col. 100 

Ellis, Walter M., Mayville, Dak. 122 

[Ellis, William H., deceased, 25 

Ellsworth, Alfred A.. Braintree, Mass. 196 

Ellsworth, John 8., Newark Valley, N. Y. 278 

[Elmer, Hiram, deceased, 25 

Ely, Joseph A., Rochester, N. Y. 361 

ErabletoD, John S., Carbondale, Kan. 346 

Embree, Jehu H., Doniphan, Neb. 254, 6, 8, 60 
[Emerson, Edward B. /deceased. 

Emerson, Forrest F., Newport, R. I. 308 

Emerson, Fred. C.Lake Benton, Minn. 238, 42 

Emerson, James O., Bunker Hill, 111. 132 
Emerson, Jno. D., Kennebunkport, Me. 346 

Emerson, Joseph, Beloit, Wis. 354 

Emerson, Oliver P., Peacedale, R. I. 308 

Emerson, Rufus W., Monson, Me. 346 

Emerson, Thomas A., Clinton, Ct. 104 

Emery, Samuel H., Taunton, Mass. 347 

Emmons, Abram S., Morrisville, N. Y. 278 

Emmons, Henry V., Brownfield, Me. 180 
Empson, George C, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 232 

Emrich, Fred. E., N. Ada St., Chicago, 111. 134 

English, William F., A. B. 0. F. M. 340 

Erixon, Charles J., New Haven, Ct. 343 

Ernst, Frederick W., Franconia, N. H. 351 

[Esler, William P., deceased, 26 

Estabrook, Joseph, Olivet, Mich. 349 

Ethridge, Albert, Marseilles, 111. 344 

tEustis, William T., deceased. 

Evans, Charles, Brazil, Ind. 146 

Evans, Daniel A., Emporia, Kan. 166 

Evans, David E., Iowa City, Io. 158 

Evans, D. Ellis, Franksville, Wis. 330 

Evans, David M., Oak Hill, O. 352 

Evans, Einion C, St. Paul, Minn. 12, 240 

i Evans, Evan, deceased, 26 

Evans, Frederick T., Mahanoy, Pa. 352 

Evans, Griffith R., Braceville, HI. 132 

Evans, J. Jeffrey, Nelson, N. Y. 278 

♦Evans, John G., N ami coke, Pa. 14, 304 

Evans, John L., Boston, Mass. 15 

Evans, John M., Cleveland, O. 290 

Evans, John P., Bangor, Wis. 328 

Evans, Lewis D., Boothbay, Me. 178 

Evans, Robert T., Oshkosb, Wis. 354 

Evans, Samuel E., Duxbury, Mass. 347 
Evans, Thomas W., Columbus City, Io. 345 

Evans, Walter A., Cherokee, Io. 152 
Evans, William J., New Straitsville, O. 152 

Evam», William R., Wales, O. 294, 8 

Evarts, Nathaniel K., Dorr, Mich. 349 

Eveland, Samuel, Reinbeck, Io. 160 

Everdell, Robert, Fond du Lac, Wis. 354 

Everest, Asa E., Grinnell, Io. 345 

♦Everest, Charles H., Newark, N. J. 351 
Eversz, Moritz E., Milwaukee, Wis. 14, 56, 354 

Swell, Edwin, Kalamo, Mich. 222, 6 

Ewell, John L., Millbnry, Mass. 206 

Swing, Edward C, Danvers, Maps. 198 

Swing, William, Jamestown, Dak. 344 

Fairbanks, Edward T., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 320 

Fairbanks, Francis J., Amherst, Mass. 192 

Fairbanks, George H., Welshfield, O. 296, 8 

Fairbanks, Henry, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 363 

Fairbank, Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Fairbank, John B., Morris, Minn. 12, 240 

Fairbank, Samuel B., A. B. 0. F. M. 240 



Fairchild, Edward H., Berea, Ky. 346 

Fairchild, George T., Manhattan, Kan. 346 
Fairchild, James H., Oberlin, O. 68, 352 

Fairfield, Edmund B , Manistee, Mich. 228 

Fairfield, Frederick W., Tabor, Io. 345 

Fairfield, Miner W., Ynsilanti, Mich. 349 

Fales, Elisha F., Palestine, Texas, 312 

Farnham, Luther, Boston, Mass. 347 

Farnsworth, Wilson A., A. B. C. F. M. 340 
Farquhar, Robert W., Morris, 111. 12, 188 

Farrar, Henry, Chatham, N. H. 260 

Fan-ill, Edgar T., Lebanon, N. H. 264 
[Farwell, Asa, deceased. 

Harwell, Parris T., Stockbridge, Mass. 214 

Fassett, John, Guildhall, Vt. 316 
Fath, Jacob, Muscatine, Io. 158, 60 
Faville, John, Appleton, Wis. 12, 328 

Fawcett, Joseph, Loudon, N. 9. 264 

Fawkes, Francis, Durango, Io. 152 

Fay, Henry C, Somerville, Mass. 347 

Fay, Levi L., Moss Run, O. 352 

*Fay, O-mer W., Stillman Valley, III 142 

Fay, Prescott, Cambridge, Mass. 200 

Fay, Rollins B., Pawlet, Vt. 318 

Fay, Solomon P., Dorchester, Mass. 194 

Fay, William E., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Fay, W. Walcott, Bridgewater, Mass. 196 

Feemster, Paul S., Fowler, Kan. 346 

Feemster, Robert, M. D., Fulton, Kan. 346 

Feemster, Samuel B., Almartha, Mo. 350 

Feemster, William J., Wabaunsee, Kan. 172 

Fellows, Charles B., Wadena, Minn. 242 

Fellows, Franklin E., Norwich, Ct. 343 

Fellows, Silenus H., Wauregan, Ct. 112 

♦Fellows, William W., Fairmont, Neb. 254 

Fenn, William H., Portland, Me. 186 

Ferguson, Frank L., Milford, Ct. 108 

Ferner, John W., Storm Lake, Io. 160 

Ferris, Hiram J., Columbus, Wis. 328 

Ferris, Leonard Z., Rumford, R. I. 308 

Ferris, Walter L., Dundee, III. 134 

Fessenden, Thomas K., Farmington, Ct. 343 

Ficke, Herman, Dubuque, Io. 152 

Field, Aaron W., New Boston, Mass. 212 

Field, Artemas C, Hinesburg, Vt. 316 

Field, Frederick A., Los Angeles, Cal. 342 

Field, George W., Bangor, Me. 178 

Field, James P., Amity, Mo. 246 

Field, Thomas P., Amherst, Mass. 347 

Fifield, Charles W., Sand Bank, N. Y. 282 

Fi field, Lebbeus B., Minneapolis, Minn. 350 

Findley, John R., Conneaut, O. 290 
Finster, Clarence, Allendale, Mich. 220, 4, 8 

Fish, Henry S., Tbawville, 111. 142 

Fisher, George E., North Amherst, Mass. 204 
Fisher, George P. , New Haven, Ct. 71 , 343 
Fisher, Herman P., Ludlow, Vt. 318, 20 

Fisher, Oren D., Toledo, O. 298 

Fisher, Samuel V. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 240 

Fi-her, William B., Louisville, Kan. 168 

Fisher, William P., Brunswick, Me. 180 

Fiske, Albert W., Penacook, N. H. 350 

Fisk, Daniel M., Jackson, Mich. 226 

Fiske, Daniel T., Newburyport, Mass. 208 

Fiske, Elisha S., Waitsfield, Vt. 322 

Fisk, Franklin L., Wortbington, Minm 242 
Fisk, Franklin W., Chicago, 111. 65, 344 

Fiske, John B., Anamosa, Io. 150 

Fiske, John Orr, Bath, Me. 346 

Fisk, Perrin B., Altamonte, Fla. 128 

Fisk, Pliny B., Gettysburg, Dak. 118 

[Fisk, Warren C, deceased, 26 

Fisk, Wilbur, Freeborn, Minn. 238 

Fitch, Charles N., Spencerport, N. Y. 282 

Fitch, Franklin S., Buffalo, N. Y. 274 
Fitts, James H., South Newmarket, N. H. 268 

Fitz, Arthur G., South Paris, Me. 188 

Flagir, Rufus C, Fairhaven, Vt. 316 

Flanders, Charles N., Newport, N. H. 266 

Fletcher, Rufus W., Orlonville, Minn. 240 

Flint, Joseph R., West Tisbury, Mass. 214 

Flook, Jacob, Indlanola, Neb. 254 

Fobes, William A., Monterey, Mass. 206 
Folsom, George DeP., San Francisco, Cal. 342 

Folsom, Nathauiel S., Best, N, C. 352 



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[1888. 



Folsom, Omar W., Bath, Me. 178 

Fonda, Jesse L., Rantoul, III. 140 

Foote, Hiram, Rocfcford, 111. 344 
[Foot, Horace, deceased. 

[Foote, LuciuH, deceased, 27 

Foot, William W., Oberlin. O. 352 

Forbes, 8amu«'l B., Rockville, Ct. 114 

Forbes, Washington H., Lee, N. H. 264 

Ford, James T., Los Angeles, Cal. 56, 342 

Ford, Robert, Centre Harbor, N. H. 12, 260 

Fordney, I>aniel L., Cole Camp. Mo. 246, 8 

Forsyth, William, Bucksport, Me. 180. 4 

Fobs, George A., St rat ham, N. FI. 268 

Foster, Addison P., Roxbury. Mass. 194 

Foster, Andrew B , Orange, Mass. 347 

Foster, Davis, Winchendon, Mass. 218 

Foster, Edward P , Cincinnati, O. 12, 290 

Foster, Festus, Wichita, Kan. 12, 164 

Foster, Frank H., Oberlin, O. 68, 352 

[Foster, Henry R., deceased, 27 
♦Foster, Josse I>., San Bernardino, Cal. 94 

Foster, Lauren M., Poplar Grove, 111. 140 

Foster, Richard B , Cheney, Kan. 164 

Foster, Roswell, Templeton, Mass. 214 

Fowle, Hanford, LewisvUle, Or. 353 

Fowle, James L., A. B. C F. M. 340 

Fowler, Orin L., Christopher, W. T. 326 

Fowler, Stacy. Roxbury, Mass. 347 
Fowler, William C, Livingston, Mont. 250 

Fox, Alinon K., Denmark, Jo. 152 

Fox, Jared W., Ridgeway, Kan. 346 

Fox, John W., Buda, 111. 132 

Frame, Ezra K., Buffalo Gap, Dak. 118 

♦Francis, Cyrus W., Atlanta, Ga. 344 

Frank, Henry, Jamestown, N. Y. 276 

♦Franklin, George M., Toledo, O. 352 

Franklin, John L., Buffalo, N. Y. 14, 274 

Frary, Lucien H., Pomona, Cal. 96 

Fraser, Charles H., Elk Horn, Wis. 330 

Fraser, John. North Craftsbury, Vt. 316 

Fraser, John G., Cleveland, O. * 56, 352 

t Fraser, John M., deceased, 

'razee, John H., Knoxville, Tenn. 310 

Frear, Walter, Santa Rosa, Cal. 342 

Freeland, Samuel M., Hyde Park, 111. 134 

Freeman, George E., Fresno, Cal. 342 
Freeman, Henry A., No. Bridgeton, Me. 180, 2 

Freeman, Hiram, Sioux City, Io. 345 

Freeman, Joseph A., Woodbury, Ct. 116 

French, David E., Vassalboro, Me. 188 

French, E. B., , Wis. 354 

French, George H., Meriden, N. H. 266 
French, Herman A., Greenwood, Neb. 254 

French, 8. Franklin, Wallingford, Vt. 322 

Frickstad, Taral T., Raymond, Cal. 342 

Frink, Benson M., Shelburne, Mass. 212 

Frink, Lemuel T., Jackson, Mich. 349 

Frisbie, Alvah L.,Des Moines, Io. 152 

Frost, Daniel C, Killingly, Ct. 343 

Frost, Daniel D., Olivet, Mich. 349 

Frost, George B., , Dak. 344 

Frost, Lewis P., Janesville, Wis. 354 

Fry, Holland B, Sutton, Neb. 258 

Fuller, Americus,/4. H. C. F.M, 340 
Fuller, Augustus H., West Med way, Mass. 206 

Fuller^Edgar R., Mannfield, Fia. 128 

FullerjTlomer T., Worcetter, Mass. 347 

Fuller, Jonathan K., Bakersfield, Vt. 314 
Fullerton, Bradford M., Waltham, Mass. 216 
Fullerton, J. Ellsworth, Brighton, Mass. 194 
Furber, Daniel L., Newton Centre, Mass. 208 

Furbish, Edward B., Lockport, N. Y. 278 
•Furraan, Wm. F., Montevideo, Minn. 14, 240 

Gadsby, George, Edinboro, O. 292 

Gaffney, Matthew, Friendship, N. Y. 276 

Gage, William L., Hartford, Ct. 843 

Gaines, Marshall R., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Gale, Clarence R., Fitchburg, Mass. 12, 200 

Gale, Edmund, Faribault, Minn. 238 

Gale, Sullivan F., Jacksonville, Fla. 56, 344 

Galiger, James P., Tomah, Wis. 354 
Gallagher, William, Easthampton, Mass. 347 

Gallup, James A., Madison, Ct. 108 

Gammell, Sereno D., Wellington, O. 298 

Gannett, George, Boston, Mass. 347 



Gardner, Austin, Buckingham, Ct. 106 

Gardner, Nathan E., Hemingford, Neb. 254 
Gardner, Rufus P., Waldoboro, Me. 188 

Garduer, Theodore Y., Elyria, O. 52, 352 

[Garland, David, deceased, 27 

Garman, John H., North Orange, Mass. 347 
Garretson, Ferd. v. D., Franconia, N. H. 351 
Gates, Caleb Frank, A. B. O. F. SI. 350 

Gates, Charles H., Limington, Me. 178, 84 
Gates, Franklin, Curamington, Mass. 210 

Gates, George A., Grinnell, Io. 345 

Gates, Hiram N., West ilartland, Ct. 343 

Gates, Lorin S., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Gates, Matthew A., Barton Landing, Vt. 314 
Gauthier, Charles H., Lugonia, Cal. 342 

Gay, Joshua 8., South Well fleet, Mass. 216 
Gay, William M., So. Hartford, N. Y. 282 
Gay lord, Joseph F., Barre, Mass. 192 

Geer, Herman, Bradsbaw, Neb. 252, 8 

Geiger, John VV., Harlan, Io. 156 

George, David M., Pittsburgh, Pa. 304 

George, Norton R., Hill City, Kan. 166, 8 

Gerould, Samuel L., Hollis, N. H. 264 

Gerry, Elbridge, Rochester, Vt. 320 

Gibbs, Charles, Cedar Falls, Io. 345 

Gibson, George T., Wyanet, HI. 144 

Gibson, John, Villa Ridge, III. 140, 4 

Giddings, Edward J., Housatonic, Mass. 47 
Giddings, Solomon P., Royalton, Vt. 320 

Gidman, Richard H., Preston, Ct. 112 

Gilbert, George H., Chicago, 111. 65, 344 

Gilbert, James B., Exeter, Neb. 254 

Gilbert, Simeon, Chicago, 111. 61, 344 

Gilbert, William H., South Norwalk, Ct. 343 
Gilchrist, Howard H., Little River, Kan. 168 
Gill, William, Cottage Grove, Minn. 236 

Gillespie, Thomas, Kenosha, Wis. 354 

Giilett, Arthur L.. Hartford, Ct. 16, 343 

Gilman, Edward W.. Bible House, N. Y. 351 
Oilman, George P., Waverly Mass. 194 

Gilmere, James M., Nashville, Tenn. 310 

Gilraor. Daniel W., Menomonee, Wis. 354 
Gist, William W., Marion, Io. 158 

Gladden, Washington, Columbus, O. 290 

Gleason, Avery K., Westport, Mass. 216 

Gleason, Charles H., Somers, Ct. 16, 112 

Gleason, Charles N., Deer Isle. Me. 12, 180 
Gleason, George L., By fie Id, Mass. 208 

Gleason, Herbert W.,Minneapolis,Minn. 12, 240 
Git aeon, John F., Needham, Mass. 206 

Glidden, Kiah B., Mansfield Centre, Ct. 108 
Gltdden, N. Diraic, Ithaca, Mich. 349 

Goddard, John C, Salisbury, Ct. 112 

Goff, Edward F., Aurora, III. 132 

[Goldsmith, Alfred, deceased, 27 

Goldsmith, Chas F., Magnolia, Mass. 347 

Goodale, David W.,Hillsboro Bridge, N.H. 264 
Goodell, John H., Windsor Locks, Ct. 116 
Goodenough, Arthur, Provo City, U. 116 

Goodenough, Herbert D., A. B. C. F. AT. 340 
Goodenow, Smith B., Battle Creek, Io. 345 
Goodhue, Daniel, Pembroke, N. H. 351 

Goodhue,HenryA.,Westminster,W.Vt. 12, 322 
Goodman, William W., Macksville. Ind. 345 
Goodrich, Charles L., Plain tie Id, N. J. 270 
Goodrich, Chauncey, A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Goodrich, Darius N., Olivet, Mich. 349 

Goodrich, John E., Burlington, Vt. 353 

Goodrich, Lewis, Manchester, N. H. 251 

Goodsell, Dennis, Westminster, Cal. 98 

Goodspeed, Frank L., Mattapoisett, Ms. 12, 206 
Goodwin, Daniel, Mason, N\ H. 351 

Goodwin, Edward P., Chicago, HI. 134 

Goodwin, Henry M., Olivet, Mich. 349 

Gordon, Charles E., Webster, N. H. 266,8 
Gordon, George A., Boston, Mass. 194 

Gordon, Isaac G., Portland, Or. 353 

Gordon, Robert, Ransom, Mich. 12, 230 

Gordon, Robert F., Dorchester, Mats. 347 
Gorton, Philo, Kellogg, Io. 156 

Gould, Edwin S., Woonsocket, R. I. 308 

Gould, George H., Worcester, Mass. 847 

Gould, Henry A., Hammond, Wit. 344 

Gould, Mark, Worcester, Mass. 347 

Gould, Samuel L., Bethel, Me. 348 



1888.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



385 



Graf, John F., Springfield, Mo. 248 

Graham, Curtis E., New York, N. Y. 361 

Graham, Richard W., Vineland, N. J. 851 

Granger, Calvin, Bast Poultney, Vt. 353 

Granger, John L., Canton, Dak. 118 
Grannis, George H., St. Louis, Mo. 12, 248 

Grant, Henry M., Middleboro, Mass. 206 

Grant, John B., Jenifer, Ala. 88 

Grassie, Thomas G., Milwaukee, Wis. 56, 354 
Grauer, Otto C, Cobden, 111. 12, 134 

Graves, Alpheus, Cedar Vale, Kan. 346 

Graves, Joseph S., Niles, Mich. 349 

Gray, David B., Salem, Or. 353 
Gray, John, Parkersburg, Io. 150, 58 

Gray, William D. B., Lake Henry, Dak. 344 

Gray, William J., Fort Scott, Kan. 166 
Greeley, Edward H., Concord, N. H. 56, 351 

Greeley, Frank N., East Milton, Mass. 206 

Greeley, Stephen 8. N., Gilraanton, N. H. 351 

Greene, Caleb, Oakland City, Ind. 146 

Greene, Daniel, Machias, Me. 180 

Greene, Daniel C, A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Greene, Frederick W., Andover, Mass. 192 

Greene, John M., Lowell, Mass. 204 

Greene, John M., Centralia, 111. 132 

Greene, Joseph K., A. B. C. F, M. 340 

Green, Nelson, Franconia, N. H. 262 

Green, Richard G., East Orange, N. J. 270 

Greene, Samuel, Seattle, W. T. 354 

Greene, William B., Needham, Mass. 348 
♦Greenwood, Wm., Great Barrington, Mast. 14 
Gregg, David, Boston, Mass. 12, 194 

Gregg, James B., Colorado Springs, Col. 100 

Gregory, Lewis, Lincoln, Neb. 256 

Grice, Julius L., Pekin, N. C. 286 

Gridley, Albert L., Greenville, 111. 136 

Griffin, Edward H., Williamstown, Mass. 348 

Griffin, George H., Springfield, Mass. 348 

Griffin, Henry L. f Bangor, Me. 178 
Griffin, John A., Cable, 111. 132, 6 

Griffin, Perley M., E. Bridgewater, Mass. 198 
Griffis, William E., Boston, Mass. 12, 194 

Griffiths, David P., Catasauqua, Pa. 302 

Griffiths, Evan T., Ashland, Pa. 302 

Griffith, George W., New Haven, Ct. 343 

Griffiths, Griffith, Alturas, Cal. 92 

Griffiths, Griffith, Chicago, 111. 134 

Griffiths, Henry, Neligh, Neb. 256 

Griffiths, John T., Vaughnsville, O. 298 

Griffiths, Joseph K., Sandy Creek, N. Y. 351 

Griffith, Thomas H., Rodman, N. Y. 282 

Griffith, Thomas M., Sharon, Pa. 305 

Griffith, William. Sykeston, Dak. 120 

Griggs, Leverett S., Centre Brook, Ct. 104 

Grimes, Frank J., Charlemont, Mass. 348 

Grinnell, Josiah B., Grinnell, Io. 345 

Grinnell, O. S., Nashville, Mich. 228 

Grinnell, Sylvester S., Lancaster, Wis. 332 

Griswold, John B., South Manchester, Ct. 343 

Grob, Gottfried, Inland, Neb. 254 

Grosvenor, Charles P., Pomfret, Ct. 343 

♦Grosvener, Edwin A., Constantinople, 340 

Gross, Alfred, Doaksville, I. T. 148 

Grout, Alden, Springfield, Mass. 348 

Grout, Louis, West Brattleboro, Vt. 853 

Grout, Samuel N., Franklin, Neb. 350 

Grover, George W., Nashua, N. H. 266 

G rover, Nahum W., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 320 

♦Grover, Richard B., Boston, Mass. 194 

Grush, James W., Perry Centre, N. Y. 280 

Guild, Charles L., Enosburgh, Vt. 316 

Guild, Rufus B.. Sterling, Kan. 172 

Gulick, Hervey, Hancock, N. H. 262 

Gulick, John T., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Gulick, Luther H., China, 340 

Gulick, Nelson J., Albany, N. Y. 276 

Gulick, Oramel H., A. B. C. F. 3f. 340 
Gulick, Sidney L., A. B. C. F. M. 16, 240 

♦Gulick, Thomas L., Afakawao, H. I. 340 

Gulick, William H., A. B. C. F. M. 840 

Gulliver, John P., Andover, Mass. 63 

Gunner, Byron, New Iberia, La. 176 
Gunsaulus, Frank W., Chicago, 111. 12, 184 

Gurney, John H., Oberlin, O. 852 

Gutterson, George H., A. B. C. F, M. 340 



Gwynne, Frederic R., Clear Lake, Io. 162 

Haarvig, John O., Germany, 340> 
Hack, Rollin T., Belfast, Me. 12, 178 

Hadden, Archibald, Minneapolis, Minn. 240 

Hadden, John W., Wilcox, Neb. 254 

Hadley, Andrew J., Wooster, O. 29ft 

Hadley, James B., Campton, N. H. 351 
Hadley, Willis A ., Newburyport, Mass. 14, 208 

Haff, Stephen, Bay Shore, N. Y. 851 

Hagar, Chas. R., A. B. C. F. M. 340 
Hague, William B., New Haven, Vt. 12, 318 

Haigh, George L., Plainfield, 111. 140 

Haigh, Jeffrey G., Yorkville, 111. 144 

Haines, Thomas V., N. Hampton, N. H. 266 

Halbersleben, Henry C, Crete, Neb. 254 

Hale, John G., Lugonia, Cal. 842 

Hale, Lewis E., Bear Lake, Mich. 349- 

Haley, Frank, Milton, N. H. 266 

Haley, John W., Lowell, Mass. 848* 

Hall, Albert E., Park Hill, N. H. 26* 

Hall, Alexander, Chester, Ct. 104 

Hall, Alfred H., Meriden, Ct. 108* 

Hall, Charles L., Fort Berthold, Dak. 120» 

Hall, E. Edwin, New Haven, Ct. 343 

Hall, Elliott C, Jamestown, N. Y. 35! 

♦Hall, George A., Peabody, Mass. 210' 

Hall, George C, Astoria, Or. 800* 

Hall, George E., Dover, N. H. 262 

Hall, Heman B., Oberlin, O. 852 

Hall, Isaac H., New Orleans, La. 17ft'' 

Hall, James, Wiite water, Wis. 354> 
[Hall, Jeffries, deceased. 

Hall, Jerry M ., Tenn. 853 

Hall, John J., Berlin, Vt. 12, 314 

Hall, Lyman B., Oberlin, O. 852^ 

♦Hall, Martin S., Maiden, 111. 344, 

Hall, Richard, St. Paul, Minn. 350 

Hall, Robert V., Newport, Vt. 853 

Hall, Russell* T. r Jacksonville, Fla. 128 • 

Halliday, Joseph C, Kiowa, Kan. 168' 

Halliday, Samuel B., Brooklyn, N. Y. 851 

Hal lock, Leavitt H., Portland, Me. 18ft> 

Hallock, William A., Jamestown, N. Y. 851i 

Hamilton, B. Frank, Roxbury, Mass. 194. 
Hamilton, Charles 8. r Orient, Io. 156, 8> 

Hamilton, Henry H., Chester, Mass. 348 

Hamilton, Henry F:, Eldred, N. Y. 27ft 
Hamilton, John A., Boston, Mass. 52, 348> 

Hamlen, Chauncey L., Oollinwood, O. 352: 

Hamlin, Charles H., Easthampton, Mass. 198> 

Hamlin, Cyrus, Lexington, Mass. 848 

Hamlin, Cyrus, Beloit, Wis. 828 

Hamlin, Walter 8., Ferndale, Cal. 92 

Hammond, Henry L., Chicago, 111. 344 

Hammond, Joseph, Kingston, N. H. 264 

Hammond, William B., Rome, N. Y. 351 
[Hammond, William P., deceased. 

Hampton, William S., Riverton, Neb. 258 

Hanaford, Howard A., Middleboro, Mass. 206 

Hancock, Charles, Denmark, Io. 845 
Hancock, Joseph J., East Randolph, N. Y. 274 
Hand, La Roy 8., Ottumwa, Io. 154, 8 
Hanford, Samuel I., Long Pine, Neb. 12, 25ft 

Hanks, 8 ted man W., Cambridge, Mass. 348 

Hanna, Charles W., Niantic, Conn. 104 

Han tell, Edmund F. A., Naubuc, Ct. 343 
Harbaugh, H.W., Genoa Junction, Wis.140,330 

Harbutt, Robert G., Searsport, Me. 18ft 

Harding, Charles, A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Harding, Henry F., East Machias, Me. 184 

Harding, John W., Longmeadow, Mass. 204 

Hardy, Daniel W., Bethel, Me. 178 

Hardy, Millard F., West Boy Is ton, Mass. 216 

Hardy, Vitellus M., West Randolph, Vu 320 

Hargrave, John W., St. Cloud, Minn. 240 

Harlow, Edwin A., Bangor, Me. 34ft 

Harlow, Lincoln, Ellington, N. Y. 27ft 

Harlow, Reuben W., Muscotan, Kan. 170 

Harlow, Rufus K., Med way, Mass. 20ft 
Harlow, S. A., 67 Strong pi., Brooklyn,N.Y.351 

Harmon, Elijah, Wilmington, Mass. 218 

Harmon, Fisk, Bennington, Vt. 853 

Harper, Aimer, Port Byron, 111. 140 

Harper, Joel, Wichita, Kan. 340 

Harrah, Charles C, Galva, 111. 13& 



386 



CONGREGATIONAL TEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Harriman, Nathan H., Providence, R. I. 308 
Harrington, Charles B. f Keene, N. H. 264 
Harrington, Kli W., Pepperell, Mass. 348 

Harrington, Myron O., Russell, Kan. 170 

Harris, Charles L., Jackson, Miss. 246 

Harris, D. Fisk, Harraar, O. 292 

Harris, George, Andover, Mass. 93, 192 

Harris, James W., Salem, Or. 353 

Harris, John L., Newmarket, N. H. 266 

Harris, Joseph C., Los Angeles, Cal. 342 

♦Harris, Leonard W., Lunenburg, Vt. 318 
Harris, Milus, Childersbarg, Ala. 342 

Harris, Samuel, New Haven, Ot. 71, 343 

Harris, Bheldon A., Byron, 111. 132 

Harris, Thomas J., South Hero, Vt. 12, 320 
Harris, Waldo B., Mazon, 111. 144 

Harrison, Charles 8., Franklin, Neb. 264 

Harrison, George J., Milton, Ct. 108 

Harrison, Henry 8., Chicago, 111. 134 

Harrison, James, North Bend, Neb. 256 

Harrison, James K., Chicago, 111. 134 

Harrison, Marvin B., Scribner. Neb. 258 

Harrison, Phares, Seattle, W. T. 344 

Harrison, Samuel, PitUfleld, Mass. 210 

•Harrower, Chris., Filer City, Mich. 12, 224 
Hart, Burdett, New Haven, Ct. 110 

Hart, Edwin J., Cottage Grove, Minn. 350 
Hart, Hastings H., St. Paul, Minn. 350 

Hart, Henry B., Brooksville, Me. 346 

/ Hart, Henry B., Franklin, Ct. 106 

[Hart, Ichabod A., deceased, 27 

Hart, Walter O., Wheaton, 111. 844 

Hart, William D., Little Compton, R. I. 308 
Hartley, Daniel N., Liber, Ind. 12, 146 

Hartranft, Chester D., Hartford, Ct. 67, 343 
Hartsborne, Joseph W, Monroe, Ct. 108 

Hartshorne, Vaola J., Brockton, Mass. 348 
Hartsough, D. Morris, Avoca, Io. 150 

Hart well, Charles, A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Hart well, Minot 8., Menasha, Wis. 332 

Harvey, Edward H., Paw Paw, Mich. 849 

Harvey, Jasper P., Feeding Hills, Mass. 192 
Harvey, William F., Galtville, Io. 154 

Harvey, W. Nye, New York, N. Y. 351 

Har wood , Charles B . , Fai rfleld , Neb. 254 

Harwood. James H., San Diego, Cal. 342 

Haskell, Ezra. Portland, Or. 300 

Haskell, Henry C, A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Haskell, John, Billerica, Mass. 348 

Haskell, Robert B., Guttenburg. N. J. 270 
Haskell, William H., West Falmouth, Me. 182 
£Haskins, Benjamin F., deceased, 28 

Haskins, Robert W., Abington, Mass. 1(*2 
Hassell.Richard, Toledo, lo. 345 

Hatch, David P., Rockland, Me. 186 

Hatch, Ellas W., East Berkshire, Vt. 314, 8 
Hatch, Franklin 8., Monson, Mass. 12, 206 
Hatch, George B., Lynn, Mass. 12, 204 

Hathaway, Daniel E., DeWitt, Neb. 252 

Hathaway, George W., Los Angeles, Cal. 342 
Hathaway, Warren, Washingtonville,N. Y.272 
Haughton, William, Viroqua,Wis. 330, 6 

Haven, John, Charlton, Mass 348 

Havens, Charles E., West Lebanon, N. H. 264 
Hawes, Charles T., Litchfield, Me. 346 

Hawes, Edward, Burlington, Vt. 814 

Hawes, Josiah T., Litchfield, Me. 184 

Hawkes.Winfleld S.,Salt LkeCty,U.14, 66,353 
Hawks, Theron H., Springfield, Mass. 348 
Hawkins, Lucius, Leavenworth, Kan. 346 
Hawley, John P., New Hartford, Ct. 114 

Hawn, Robert G., Ellensburg, W. T. 324 

Hayden, Fred. S., St. Joseph, Mo. 248 

Hayes, James, Coal Bluff, Ind. 345 

Hayes, Stephen H., Boston, Mass. 348 

Hayner, Augustus J., East Troy, Wis. 240 
Haynes, Edward C, Canterbury, Ct. 343 

Haynes, William, Twinsburg, O. 352 

*Hayward, John, Sidell, Kan. 346 

Hay ward, Silvanus, Globe Village, Mass. 348 
Hazeltine, Edwin A., Miller's Place, N.Y. 278 
Hazeltine, Henry M., Oxford, Ct. 112 

Hazen, Allen, Dee rfleld, Mass. 198 

Hazen, Austin, Richmond, Vt. 320 

Hazen, Azel W. t Mlddletown, Ct. 108 



Hazen, Henry A., Auburndale, Mass. 348 
Hazen, Timothy A., Curtisville, Mass. 214 
Hazen, William S., North field, Vt. 318 

Hazen, William W., Baxter, Io. 150 

Headen, Andrew J., Talladega, Ala. 342 

Headley, Ivory H. B., Boston, Mass. 348 

Headley, Phineas C, Lexington, Mass. 348 
Heald, Josiah H., Bennington, N. H. 260 

Heath, Albert H., New Bedford, Mass. 208 
Heath, H. Ashley, Mitchell, Io. 150 

Heaton, Isaac E., Fremont, Neb. 350 

Hebard, Frederick, Angola, N. Y. 272 

HebberdjStephen S.,Menomonie, Wis. 12,332 
Hedges, William, Jamesport, N. Y. 276 

Helms, Reuben E., Forrest, 111. 136 

Helms, Stephen D. t Highland, Io. 345 

Helser, Joseph H., Robinston, Me. 186 

♦Hemen way, Asa, Manchester, Vt. 353 

Henderson,David, Cannon River FIls,Mirn. 236 
Henderson, James H., Lamoille, 111. 188 

Henderson, Thomas H., Albina, Or. 300 

Henry, William D., Jamestown, N. Y. 351 
Henshaw, George, Sharon, Pa. 306 

*Henshaw, Gordon B., Kiantone, N. Y. 278 
Herbert, Eben, New Baltimore, Mich. 228 
Herbert, Joseph B.. Grafton, Neb. 254 

Herr, Horace D., McPherson, Kan. 168 

Herrick, Edward E., Chelsea, Vt. 816 

Herrick, Edward P., Sherman, Ct. 112 

Herrick, George F., A. B C. F. M. 340 

Herrick, Henry, North Woodstock, Ct. 343 
Herrick, Henry M., Winona, Minn. 12, 242 
Herrick, Horace, Felchville, Vt. 353 

Herrick, James W., Brattleboro, Vt. 353 

Herrick, John R., Elgin, 111. 344 

Herrick, Robert P., Montevideo, Minn. 860 
Herrick, Samuel E., Boston, Mass. 194 

Herrick, William D., Amherst, Mass. 348 
Herrick, William T., Castleton, Vt. 353 

Herrington, Erast. C.,Sand Lake, Mch. 222, 32 
Herron, George D., Lake Mills, Wis. 14, 232 
Hershey, Simon B., Ashtabula, O. 288 

Hess, Carl, Sherrill, Io. 160 

Hess, Henry, Fort Atkinson, Io. 154, 8 

♦Hetzler, Henry, Eureka, Dak. 344 

Heustis, Charles H., Bertrand, Neb. 252 

Hewitt, George R., North Bennington,Vt. 314 
Hiatt, Casper W., Columbus, O. 290 

Hibbard, Augustine G., Carthage, Mo. 246 
Hibbard, David S., East Sumner, Me. 188 
Hibbard, Rufus P., Gloucester, Mass. 200 
Hick, George H., Monsey, N. Y. 278, 84 

Hickraott, John V., St. Joseph, Mich. 
JHickok, Laurens P., deceased. 
Hicks, Irl R., St. Louis, Mo. 
Hicks, Lewis W., Wethersfield, Ct. 
Hicks, Richard, Oleriin, O. 
Hicks, William C, Sioux Rapids, Io. 
Hicks, William H., McAllister, I. T. 
Higgins. Lucius H., Mt. Carmel, Ct. 
Higgins, Robert M., St. Louis, Mo. 
Higley, Henry P., Beloit, Wis. 
Hilkerbaumer, Richard, Chicago, Dl. 
Hill, Calvin G., Milton, Mass. 
Hill, Charles J., Stonington, Ct. 
Hill, Charles W., San Jose, Cal. 
Hill, Dexter D., Pasadena, Cal. 
Hill, Eben L., Rosemond, 111. 
Hill, Edwin 8.. Atlantic, Io. 
Hill, Emmett C. W., Columbia, Dak. 
Hill, George, Ebensburg, Pa. 
Hill, George E., Atkinson Depot, N. H. 
Hill, James L., Medford, Mass. 
Hillard, Ellas B., Plymouth, Ct. 
Hills, Aaron M., Alleghany, Pa. 
Hills, William 8., Eagle, Neb. 
Hilton, John V., Denver, Col. 
Hincks, Edward Y., Andover, Mass. 
Hincks, John H., — — [Vt.1 

ring Wi 



Hindley, George, Weepi . 
Hine, Orlo D., Killingly, Ct. 
Hine, Sylvester, Hartford, Ct. 
Hines, Henry, Doaksville, I. T. 
Hinman, Chester H., Clear Lake, Wis* 
Hird, John W., North Brookfield, Mass. 



232 

350 
116 
352 
160 
148 
106 

15,248 

328 

12 

206 

114 

96 

96 

142 

150 

118 

302 

266 

12,206 
112 
302 
254 
343 
16,63 
353 
ater, Neb. 252, 8 
108 
843 
148 
844 
208 



1888.] 



LIST OP CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



1,'Edwl'n, Chicago, III. 



iodnnan, Kdw 

i...iT !■:.:-! 

jDfltaM. Jnu. _._ 
logbln. Alfred C, Sob 



s, John C, Stockton 
w, Gilbert T " 

CV.:iV.,m W.. 

, Edwin K.. 1 

Holden, Frederick A., dim 
Holiiday.IIenrvM.. Olive 
Holley, Flatt T., Brldgep 
Ho II ln«faed, William, Ro< 
Holllster, Martin F., Oak 



■.'OolcheJer! Vl. 
lea W., A. B. C. F- X. 
~ .vo, Wle. 



iugton.'N. B 

Mich. 



rk, III. 
lad, a a win v., tuverhlll, Mass. 
,an, Morris. Antrim, N.H. 
an, William H., Bonthporl, Ct. 
e», David K„ Sublette, III. 
>ee, Henry If., Rye, N. H. 
iei, James, Bennington, ST. H. 

lea] Theodore J, Newton Centre, Me 



HolpTl 



., Thorns*, Cbels 



,, Mich 



>, Hi. Lou 
ilp.Vbillp K., Bioui Falle, Dak. 



t. Edgeoomb, 
ai'Santa Ffi, N. M° ' 
".'Ashland, Wle.' 



Hopkins, Henry, ElOMI City, Mo. 
(Hop kin », Mark, deceased, 
[Hopkins, Samuel, deceased, 
Hopkinson. Benjamin B-, Lyme, Ct. 
•Hoploy, Bwonel, Lee, Mese. 
Hoppln, James M-, New Haven, Ct. 
.e, John F., Independence, lo. 



Horr, Elijal 



George, 8t. Louis,' Mo. 



Hosford, Oramt 



• , Emanuel, Paradise, Cal. 



«ouirh.,ii-s. 



F. B„ Jun 
.hn C„ Ban 



q, Msse. 

(. B. C. F. At. 



»C.j Bridgeport, Ct, 
nry C,. Koibury, Vt. 
mi L.. Boston, Mats. 



Bill., Norwich, Ct. 



Howell, Anthony H., Chei 
Howell, EdwardE., Halle 



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William 


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William W.. A 


B. C. F. M. 




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Charles F 




Ellsworth, M 


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bbard 


Char let L 


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David B., 


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River. Ct. 






George B 


Ply 


nouth, WiH. 


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bbard 


George H 




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bbm-d 


Horace L 


Ore, 


ne, N. T. 


flutiburc 




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_ -, , .fn.Dak. . 

HubbsU, Henry [,., Aualln, Tea. 
Hubbell. James W-, Mansfield, O. 
Hubbell, WllHam S., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Hudson, Alfred S., Ayer, Maes. 

i|. „!-.,. |;,:,, v |:., [N.T.] 

llmrlw.., !!■■,, .i-,,i, M., Sbamokfn. Pa. 
1 1 ■ i l-I ■■--. li.ivi.l K .Tamaqua.Pa. 
MliiBhes, Ilat-kl K.. CoaldaLe, Pa. 
■llu.'li,-. E. !■..-. ,.l 11., Nam IM ti', Pa. 
llit-l.,-.-, ];■..,.. I'.. Granville. N. V. 
Uii U l„.s,lHu ! icLl..Itonlon,0. 
Iln^..-, •■! iri. n «"., W.MIllgrove, O. S 
ii,...|,.h, l{, ,!„-,■■ i\ ., Uruinell, lo. 
ll^'i-.n.sin,.,,. 8., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
ll„li,:K. C..k in ii.,i!astHardwiok, Vt. 
Ilulbcrt. Palmer S., Newbui'tport, Husi! 
liuiett, Jduies A.. DaDville. lit. 12, 

Hull, Irvine T.. Talruage, Neb. 
Hull, Jacob B.. St. Cloud, Minn. 
Hull. John H„ Cleveland. O. 
Hull, Lyman, Stafford, Kan. 
Hullinger, Frank W., Windsor, Mo. 
Hume, Edward B., A. B. C. F. M. 
Hume, Robert A„A. B.C. F.3T. 
Humphrey, Cheeter O., Cincinnati ,Io. 
Humphrey, John F„ Remsen, N. Y. 
Humphrey, John P., Northfleld, Mass. 
•Humphrey, Robert, Hf •" ' "" ' 






n. Tit. 



Humphreys, Thomas A., Cyclone, 0- 
Hungerford, Edward, Burlington, Vt. II 
Hungerford, F, H,, Rock Springe, Wyo. IS 

Hunt, Eugene F., Hamilton, Ulna'. 
Hunt, Henry W., Orange. Ct. 
Hunt, Neliemlah A., N,>rthfield, Minn. 
Hunt, Oiro N-. Athene, Mich. 
Hunt, Theodore C, Riverside, Cal. 
11(1111, Wind I., Columbus, Mich. 
Hunter, Benjamin, East Saginaw, Mich. 15 
Hunter, George F., Hawarden, lo. 
KuTrttT, i'l.asant, Newtonvllle, Maai. 
•Hunter, William C, Chicago, III. 

• ilmithiglon, Charltis A,,'— [Cal,] 

HiintiiigloriltJeorge, Nonhfleld, Minn. 
Huntington, Henry B„ F 
Huntley, BanrordF.,Te 

Hurd, Albert C, FrmSBstowiTs". 
Hnrd, Alva A., Darlington, Wle. 
1 Hurd, Edwin T., BamateadCt 



Dak. 



urd, Kay 






_ I, Phllo R., Detrol 

Hnrlbut, Henry C, Howard City, Mich. 

Huribut, John E., Salt Lake City, U. 1 

I Hurless, Parker, Sandoval, III. 1 

rHutcbio.?Cbar'l'eo, r dsceased, "' 
Mutobins, Henry L., N. Chelmsford, Msi 
I Hntchim, Robert Q.,0beriln,O. 
Hutohlns, William t., EUinsfna, <».. 



388 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Hutchinson, Henry H., Auburn, Me. 846 

Hutchinson, John P., Metamora, 111. 189 

Hyde, Azariab, Galesburg, III. 844 

Hyde, Charles M., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Hyde, Charles R., St. Louis, Mo. 248 

Hyde, Henry, Greenfield, Mass. 200 

Hyde, Nathaniel A., Indianapolis, Ind. 146 

Hyde, William. A., [Tex.1 853 

Hyde, William D., Brunswick, Me. 346 

Ide, Alexis W., West Med way, Mass. 348 

Ide, George H., Milwaukee, Wis. 332 

Ide, Jacob, Mansfield, Mass. 204 

Ilsley, Horatio, South Freeport, Me. 347 

Imes, Benjamin A., Memphis, Tenn. 310 

Ingalis, Edmond C, Saco, Me. 186 

Ingalls, Francis T., Springfield, Mo. 850 

Ingersoll, Edward P. 272 

[Ingersoll, Klihu P., deceased, 31 

Ingersoll, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 852 

Ireland, William., A. B. C. F. M. 340 

Isham, Austin, New Preston, Ct. 114 

Ives, Alfred E., Castine, Me. 347 

♦Ives, Henry 8., Milton Mills, N. H. 266 

Ives, Joel 8., Stratford, Ct. 114 

Ives Joseph B., [Cal.] 342 

Jackman, Geo. W., Chicago, 111. 136 
Jackson, Daniel B., Emerald Grove, Wis. 830, 2 

Jackson, George A., Swarapscott, Mass. 214 

Jackson, James T., Cornish, N. H. 262 

Jackson, William C, Brentwood, N. H. 851 

Jaggar, Edwin L., Hartford Ct. 343 
James, Horace P., Cooperbtown, Dak. 15, 118 

James, Nathaniel B., Rutland, Ga. 130 

James, William, Woodhaven, N. Y. 284 

James, William A., [Cal.] 342 

Jameson, Ephraim O., Millin. Mass. 206 

Jameson, James, Magnolia, Wis. 354 

Jamison, Robert W., Cromwell, Io. 152 

Janes, Elijah, Los Gates, Cal. 842 

Janes, Frederick, New York, N. Y. 851 

Jefferies, John, Covert, Mich. 222 
Jefferson, Charles E., Chelsea, Mass. 12, 106 

Jenkins, David, Orange, Cal. 351 

Jenkins, David T., Luek, Wyo. 338 

Jenkyns, Ebenezer H., Hopkinton, N. Y. 276 

Jenkins, Frank E., Williamsburg, Ey. 174 

Jenkins, John J., Palmyra, O. 852 

Jenkins, Jonathan L., Pittsfield, Mass. 210 

Jenkins, Josiah H., Mount Dora, Fla. 128 

Jenkins, Owen, Dover, O. 290 

Jenkins, Richard W., Gardiner, Me. 182 

Jenkins, Thomas, Waterville, N. Y. 284 

Jenkins, William M., Elk River, Minn. 236 

Jenness, George O., Hyde Park, Mass. 348 

Jenney, E. Winthrop, West Baiem, Wis. 338 

i Jennings, Isaac, deceased, 31 

ennings, Samuel J., Big Horn, Wyo. 338 

Jennings, William J., Redding, Cl. 112 

iJennison, Edwin, deceased. 32 

erkins, Michael, Beaufort, N. C. 286 

Jernberg, Reinert A., Chicago, 111. 344 

Jesup, Henry G., Hanover, N. H. 31 
Jewell, George C, Cortland, O. 290, 2 

Jewell, J. Spencer, Albuquerque, N. M. 244 

Jewett, Henry E., Oakland, Cal. 842 

Jewett, John E. B. .Green wood, S. C. 853 
[Jewett, Spofford D., deceased. 

Jobanson, Bernt, Forrest City, Io. 845 
•John, James, Shenandoah, Pa. 12, 306 

Johnson, Albion H., Roslindale, Mass. 202 

Johnson, Alfred P., Springfield, Mo. 248 

Johnson, Alonzo P., Bellevue, O. 288 

Johnson, Charles C, Munnsville, N. Y. 278 

Johnson, Francis H., Andover, Mass. 348 

Johnson, Frank A., Chester, N. J. 270 
Johnson, George H., North Amherst, Mss. 192 

Johnson, George W., Bar Mills, Me. 180 

Johnson, Gideon 8., Stiilman Valley, 111. 344 

Johnson, Hiram K., Howard, R. I. 308 

Johnson, James G., New London, Ct. 110 

Johnson, J. Wesley, Joplin, Mo. 246 

Johnson, Samuel, New Haven, N. Y. 352 

Johnson, Wilbur, Medfield, Mass. 206 

Johnson, William, St. Louis, Mo. 248 

Johnston, John, Lockport, N. Y. 352 



Johnston, John B., St. Louis, Mo. 
Johnston, Thomas O., Warsaw, 111. 
Jones, Abraham, Blossburg, Pa. 



Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 



[Jones, David D., deceased, 



Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones. 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones, 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 
Jones 



Albert N., Turuer* Me. 
Benjamin, Granville, O. 
CaldwallderD., Wult% % 
Charles, North Abington, Mass. 
Clinton M., Eastford, Ct. 
David. Ivanhoe, O. 



David E., Broad Brook,. Ct. 
David J., Alden, Pa. 
D. Jerome, Crete, Neb. 
David P., Morris Run, Pa. 
D. Sebastian, Lucas, O. 
David T., Arvonia, Kan.. 
Edward I., Newark, O. 
Edward W., Johnstown, Pa. 
Franklin C, Susanville, Cal. 

F. P., Dubuque, Io. 

G. James, Findlay, O. 
Griffith, Columbus, O. 



248 
144 
302 
18& 
352 
340 
348 
343 
290. 

32; 

12,104 
302: 
350 
304 
294, a 
164 
294 
304 
98 
845 
290 
290 



GustavusW., New Sharon, Me. 182, 84 

Hampden B., England* 340 

Henry W., Vacaville, Cal. 98 

Homer, New Iberia. La. 176 

Humphrey R., [Cal. J 342 

Ira B., Hudsonville, Mich. 226. 

Ira S., Clarendon, Vt. 316 

Ivan M., Beacon, Io. 150 

James A., Norridgewock, Me. 184 

James V., Osage City, Kan . 170. 
Jesse H., North Abington, Mass. 192 

John,Coolville, O. 290 

John A., Alila, Cal. 92 

John D., Neath, Pa. [Wis.] 304. 

John E., Columbus City, Io. 156 

John H., Delaware, O. 352: 

John L., San Diego, Cal. 342: 

John P., A.B. C. F.Af. 340 

Jonathan, Mazomanie, Wis. 338. 

Joseph M., Columbus Grove, O. 352: 

Lemuel, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 348 

Mason, Combs, Kentucky, 174 
Morgan P., Black Diamond, W. T. 324 

Newton I., Rockland, Mass. 212 
Reese S., Scranton, Pa. 304, 6 

Rhys G„ Utica, N. Y. 284 

Richard M., Gomer, O. 29% 

Samuel, Wales, Io. 346 

Thomas G. , M ineral Ridge, O. 852 

Thomas R. t Windham, O. 29a 

Thomas W., Philadelphia, Pa. 853 

William, Salem, Io. 160 

William C, Crary's Mills, N. Y. 274 
William D., Le Raysville, Pa. 15, 304 



William H., Siatington, Pa. 806 

William L., Cloverdale, Cal. 92: 

William M., Elrowood, Minn. 12, 240 
. William O., Tburman, O. 12, 288, 98 
Jordan, Ebenezer 8., Cumberland, Me. 347 
Jordan, William W^, Bound Brook, N. J. 270. 
Jorden, Frank F., West Torrington, Ct. 343 
Jos£, Emanuel, Scotland, Dak. 124 

Joseph, William. [O. J 852 

Joyslin, Wm. R., Rochester Centre, Mass. 200. 
Juchau, George Arlington Heights, Mass. 348 
Judeisch, Frederick W., Davenport, Io. 152: 
Judson, George W., Orange, Mass. 12, 210 
Julien, Matthew C, New Bedford, Mass. 20% 
[June, Frank S., deceased. 
Kahier, Frank R., North Guilford, Ct. 106 
Kaley, John A., Ovid, Mich. 230 

Kanagy, Josiah J., Charlevoix. Mich. 220 

Karpcnstein, J. H., Adams, Mass. 12, lfc% 

[Karr, William S., deceased. 
Kasson, Frank H., Fa r haven, Mass. 198; 

Kaufman, Wm. H., 8traw berry Pnt, Io. 12, 16Q 
Kaye, A. 8., 1511 34th st., Chicago, 111. 134 
Kaye, James R., Newe.I, Io. 12, 158. 

Kaye, John B., Shelby, Mich. 232: 

Keays, Charles H., Oskaloosa, Io. 158 

Kedzie, Adam S., Grand Haven, Mich. 349- 
Keeler, John W., Columbus, N. Y. 274 

Keeler, Seneca M., South Britain, Ct. Hfc 



1888.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATION ATj MINISTERS. 



389 



Keen, Lyman 8.,Tremont, 111. 344 

Keep, Elisha A. , Reed's Ferry, N. H. 264 

Keep, Marcus R., Ashland, Me. 347 

Keep, Theodore J., Oberlin, O. 362 

Keightley, Joseph, Alamo, Mich. 220 

Keith, Adelbert F., Middlebury, Vt. 318 

Kellar, Lewis H., New Haven, Ct. 12, 343 

Kelly, Albert L., Beverly, N. J. 351 

Kelley, George W., Barton, Vt. 314 

Keiley, William H., Norwood, N. Y. 280 

♦Kellogg, Elijah, Harpswell, Me. 346 

Kellogg, George N., Taftville, Gt. 110 

Kellogg, H. Martin, Lebanon, Gt. 108 

Kellogg, Joseph F., Fentonville, Mich. 232 

Kellogg, Martin, Berkeley, Gal. 342 

Kelsey, Francis D., Helena, Mont. 250 

Kelsey, Henry H., Hartford, Ct. 116 

Kelsey, Henry 8., Chicago, 111. 344 

Kelsey, Hiram L., 8uffield, Gt. 114 

Kelsey, Joel D , McGook, Neb. 256 

Kelsey, Lysander, Portland, Or. 353 

Kelsey, Mead A., Emington, 111. 12, 136 

Kelsey, William 8., Windham, Ct. 116 

Kendall, Henry A., East Concord, N. H. 351 

Kendall, Robert R., Boxford, Mass. 194 

Kendall, Sylvanus C, Dudley, Mass. 198 

Kennedy, Samuel C, New Smyrna, Fla. 128 

Kenney, Charles H., Burlington, Vt. 353 

Kent, Evarts, Atlanta, Ga. 130 

Kent, Lawrence, Chesterfield, 111. 12, 134, 8 

Kent, Thomas, Abington, 111. 132 

Kerns, Herbert A., Bellairo, Mich. 220, 2 

Kerr, Robert, Wakefield, Kan. 172 

Kershaw, John, Brooklyn, N. T. 352 

Kershaw, Wm. H., Howell's Depot, N. Y. 276 

Ketchara, Henry, Flint, Mich. 224 

Kettle, William F., Roberts. 111. 138, 42 

Keyes, Russell M., Portland, Mich. 230 

Keyser, Calvin, South Egremont, Mass. 198 

Kidd, David D., Edge wood, Io. 152 

Kidder, Alberoni, Eau Claire, Wis. 334 

Kidder, James, Norfolk, Neb. 350 

Kidder, John 8., Hopkins, Mich. 349 

Kidder, Josiah, St. Charles. Minn. 240 

Kidder, Samuel T., Fond du Lac, Wis. 330 

Kilbon, Charles W., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Kilbourn, James K., Genesee, Wis. 330 

Killip, Robert, Crested Butte, Col. 100 

Kilmer, Charles H., Maine, N. Y. 278, 84 

Kimball, C. Cotton, Boston, Mass. 15, 348 

Kimball, Edward, Miles, Io. 345 

Kimball, Edward P., Monticello, Io. 345 

Kimball, Henry 8., Killingly, Ct. 108 

Kimball, John, San Francittco, Cal. 96 

Kimball, Joseph, Andover, Mass. 268 

Kimball, Lucien O., Canterbury, N. H. 12, 260 

Kincaid, Wm., Bible House, New York. 49, 352 

King, Charles W., Bayshore, N. Y. 272 

♦King, Henry C, Oberlin, O. 12 

King, Henry D., Gustavua, O.* 352 

King, Howard A. L., Fort Scott, Kan. 12, 346 

King, James B., Sandwich, Mass. 212 

King, John (X, Wheaton, 111. 12, 344 

King, John W., Eaton, Col. 100 

King, Rufus, Lowell, Vt. 318, 22 

King, Walter D., Essexville, Micb. 224, 8 

Kingman, Matthew, Amherst, Mass. 348 

Kingsbury, Charles A., Chestnut Hill, Ms. 348 

Kingsbury, Fred. L., A. B. 0. F. M. 12, 341 

Kingsbury, John D., Bradford, Mass. 196 

Kingsbury, Josiah \V\, N. Chichester, N.H. 260 

Kingsbury, Lucius, Clarke, Dak. 118 

Kinmouth, Albert E., W. Win field, N.Y. 284 

Kinney, Henry N , Winsted, Ct. 116 

Kinzer, Addison D., Des Moines, Io. 152 

Kirkland, Alexander H., Oak Park, 111. 344 

Kirk land, Elias E., Homestead. Mich. 349 

♦Kirkland, Thomas, [Cal.] 342 

Kirkpatrick, David M., Chebanse, III. 32 

Kitchel, Cornelius L., New Haven, Ct. 843 
Kitchel, Harvey D., E. Liverpool, O. 852 

Kittleson, Olaus, Junction City, Wis. 354 

Kloss, Daniel, Highland, Kan. 346 

Knapp, George C, A. B. O. F. M. 341 

Knight, Edward H., W. Springfield, Mass. 216 



♦Knight, Elbridge, Fort Fairfield, Me. 847 

Knight, Horace B., Chicago, 111. 146 

Knight, Merrick, E. Haitian d, Ct. 106 

Knight, Plutarch 8., Salem, Or. 353 

Knight, Richard, Barnwell, 8. O. 353 

Knight, Whitman H., Kimeo, Kan. 168 

Knod ell, James R, Union City, Mich. 232 

Knouse, William H., Deep River, Ct. 112 

Knowles, David, Greenwood, Neb. 350 

Knowlton, Francis B., Athol, Mass. 210 

Knowlton, Stephen, Greensboro, Vt. 316 

Knox, William J., Knoxboro, N. Y. 352 

Kribs, Ludwig, Hawley, Minn. 350 

Kyle, James H., Ipswich, Dak. 122 

Kyle,~Robert J., Windham, Me. 188 

Kyte, Joseph, Brimfield, Mass. 196 

La Bach, James M., Wahpeton, Dak. 124 

Labaree, Benjamin, Ooroomiah, Persia, 341 

Labaree, John C, Randolph, Mass. 210 

tLadd, Alden, deceased, 32 

iadd, George T., New Haven, Ct. 343 

Ladd, Henry M., Cleveland, O. 290 

Ladd, Horatio O., Santa F6, N. M. 351 

Lade, James, Elliot, Me. 182 

Laidler, Stephen W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 352 

Laird, James H., Hinsdale, Mass. 202 

Lake, Orange E., Mound City, Kan. 170 

Lake, Lot, Youngstown, O. 298 

Lamb, Samuel G., Milford, Neb. 256 

Lamb, William A., Newton, Mass. 208 

Lambert, A. Boardman, Salem, N. Y. 352 
Lamprey, Henry P., Lower Waterford,Vt. 822 

Lamson, Charles M., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 820 

Lane, Bradford B., Maxwell, Io. 345 

Lane, Daniel, Freeport, Me. 847 

• Lane, James P., Norton, Mass. 208 

Lane, John W., North Hadley, Mass. 200 
Lane, Larmon B., St. Charles, 111. 16, 344 

Lane, Nathan W., San Francisco, Cal. 96 

Lane, Saurin E., Auburndale, Mass. 848 

♦Lange, John G., Cheyenne, Wyo. 838 

t Lang worthy, Isaac P., deceased. 

<anphear, Nathaniel D., Unionville, O. 298 

Lanphear, Orpheus T., Beverly, Mass. 348 

Lansing, Isaac J., Worcester, Mass. 218 

♦Lansing, Robert C, Quechee, Vt. 816 

Larry, John H., Providence, R. I. 308 

Lathe, Herbert W., Northampton, Mast. 208 

Lathrop, Alfred C, Sherwood, Tenn. 358 

Lathrop, Stanley E., Sherwood, Tenn. 810 

Laurie, Thomas, Providence, R. I. 308 
Lavender, Robert F., Polk City, Io. 152, 60 
Lawrence, Amos E., Newton Centre, Mass. 848 
Lawrence, Edward A., Marblehead, Mass. 348 
Lawrence, Geo. W., Tiverton Corner, R.I. 308 

Lawrence, Henry O., Brainerd, Minn. 286 

Lawrence, John B., Kansas City, Kan. 172 

La wson, Francis, Durant, Io. 162 

i Leach, Cephas A., deceased, 32 

Leadingham, John, Oberlin, O. 12 

Learned, Dwigbt W., A. B.C. F. M. 841 

Leavitt, Burke F., Chicago, 111. 134 

Leavitt, George R., Cleveland, O. 290 
Leavitt, Horace H., North Andover, Mass. 208 

Leavitt, William, Ashland, Neb. 850 

tLe Bosquet, John, deceased, 82 

iee, Albert, Oneida, N. Y. 852 

Lee, Dorrall, Derby, Ct. 104 
Lee, Frank T., Whitewater, Wis. 832, 8 

Lee, George H., Pendleton, Or. 300 

Lee, Lucius O., A. B. O. F. M. 341 

Lee, Samuel H., New Haven, Ct. 348 
Lee, Timothy J., New Milford, Ct. 16, 110 

Leeds, Samuel P., Hanover, N. H. 264 

Leeper, Charles 8., Batavia, III. 132 

Leeper, Edward A., lied Oak, Io. 160 

Lees, Henry, Alderly, Wis. 328 
Lees, John W., Bradford, Vt. 814, 6 

Leete, William W., Rockford, III. 112 

Leland, John H. M., Amherst, Mass. 348 
Leland, Willis D., North Weymouth, Ms. 216 

Leonard, Avery H., Greenwich, O. 296 

Leonard, Delavan L., Wakeman, O. 862 

Leonard, Edwin, Morris, Ct. 108 

Leonard, Hartford P., Oakham, Mass. 208 



390 



CONGREGATIONAL TEAR-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Leonard, Julius Y., New Haven, Ct. 843 

Leonard, William, Minneapolis, Minn. 849 
Lewie, Daniel M., Galesburg, Mich. 224 

Lewis, David R., Muchachinock, Io. 345 

Lewis, Edward R., Edwardsdale, Pa. 382 

Lewis, Everett E., Had dam, Ct. 106 

Lewis, George, South Berwick, Me. 188 

Lewis, John G., Wilkesbarre, Pa. 806 

Lewis, John T.,Poweil. Dak. 124 

Lewis, Reuben M , Mil ford, Oa. 130 

Lewis, Richard, Grand Haven, Mich. 349 

Lewis, Thomas G., Upland, Neb. 12, 256, 8 
Lewis, William, Martin's Ferry, O. 292 

Lewis, William H., Cherokee City, Ark. 842 
Licb, John, Friend, Neb. 254 

Liggett, James D., Detroit, Mich. 849 

Light, Nestor, Harford, Pa. 8U2 

Lightbourn, Albert W., Bound Beach, Ct. 106 
Lillie, Isaac B., Sault St. Marie, Mich. 232, 4 
Lincoln, Geo. E., Highland Station, Mich. 226 
[Lincoln, John K., deceased, 33 

Lincoln, Nehemiah, North Carver, Ms. 15, 196 
Lincoln, William E., Painesville, O. 852 

Lindsay, George,. Coupevllle, W. T. 324 

Lindsay, Robert S., York, Neb. 260 

Link, Frederick W., Merrill, Micb. 220, 8 

linkletter, Elihu, A lml ra, Mich. 220 

Lippard , James H. , Smith Centre, Kan. 172 
Liston, Robert T., Nogales, Ariz. 90 

Little, Arthur, 166 Locust St., Chicago, 111. 134 
Little, Charles, Clay, Io. 152 

Litts, Palmer, Waucoma, Io. 156, 62 

Livermure, Aaron R., New Haven, Ct. 848 
Livingston, William F., Fryeburg, Me. 182 
Livingston, William W., Jaffrey, N. H. 264 
Lloyd, George, Frankfort, Mich. 224 

Lloyd, John, Palmyra, O. 852 

Lloyd, Rhys R., Chicago, III. 12, 134 

Lloyd, Wm., 124 E. Seventy-third St., N. Y. 278 
Lloyd, William A., Havens wood, 111. 140 

Loba, Jean F., Olivet, Mich. 230 

Loba, Victor E., Siloam Springs, Ark. 91 

Locke, William E.. A, B. C. F. M. 341 

Lockridge, George C, Seneca, Kan. 170 

Lock wood, George A., Kennebunk, Me. 186 
Lock wood, John H., Westfield, Mass. 212 
I Logan, Robert W., deceased. 
Long, Luther K., New Haven, Ct. 110 

Longley, Moses M., Roodhouse, 111. 142 

Longren, Charles W., Freeport, Me. 12, 182 
Loomis, Alba L. P., Grand Rapids, Mich. 830 
Loomis, Aretas G., Greenfield, Mass. 848 

•Loomis, Charles, Charleston, S. C. 310 

Loomis, Eli R., Walla Walla, W. T. 326 

•Loomis, Elihu, Chesterfield, Mass. 196 

Loomis, Henry, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 352 

•Loomis, Samuel L., Brooklyn, N. Y. 16, 272 
Lord, Amasa C, Somonauk, 111. 344 

Lord, Daniel B., Goshen, Ct. 106 

Lord, John M., Weymouth, Mass. 348 

Loring, Amasa, YarmouthviUe, Me. 347 

Lorlng, Henry S., Winthrop, Me. 347 

•Loring, Joseph, East Otisfield, Me. 347 

Lorlng, Levi, Minneapolis, Minn. 350 

•Lougee, Samuel F., "Hill, N. H. 351 

Love, Archibald L., Putnam, Ct. 12, 5, 112 
Love, William D., South Hadley, Mass. 212 
Love, William D., jr., Hartford, Ct. 106 

Lovejoy, George E., Franklin, Mass. 200 

Lovering, Joseph F., Worcester, Mass. 218 
Lowell, John N., Haverhill, Mass. 202 

Lowing, H. D., Centre Road Station, Pa. 302 
Lucas, Oramel W., Pendleton, Or. 353 

Luce, Fred. L., Lisle, N. Y. 12, 278 

Luck, Charles W., Topsfield, Mass. 12, 214 
Luckey, Frank R., New Haven, Ct. 110 

Ludwig, C. B., Rock Falls, 111. 142 

Lum, Samuel Y., Long Ridge, Ct. 114 

Lund, Robert B., White Oaks, N. M. 244 

Luse, T. Claire, Lunenburg, Mass. 204 

Lyle, William W. , Bay City, Mich. 220 

Lyman, Addison, Kellogg, Io. 345 

Lyman, Albert J., Brooklyn, N. Y. 12, 272 
Lyman, Albert T y Alexandria, Dak. 118 

Lyman, Charles N., Onawa, Io. 150, 8 



Lyman, George, Amherst, Mass. 348 

t Lyman, Horace, deceased, 33 

jyman, Payson W., Belchertown, Ms. 15, 348 
Lyman, William A., Vermillion, Dak. 122 
Lyon, Amzi B., Spearflsh, Dak. 124 

Lyon, Asa P., Marshall, Minn. 238 

Lyon, George G., Wicklifle, O. 352 

Lyon, James H., Central Falls, R. I. 308 

Lyon, J. Monroe, Metamora, Mich. 349 

McBride. William H., Brownville, Me. 13, 180 
McCall, Salmon, East Haddam, Ct. 104 

McCartney, Henry R., ,Kan. 13, 846 

McChesney, James, ,111. 345 

McChesney, James H., Grand Marsh, Wis. 354 
McClellan, George M., Louisville, Ky. 174 
McClelland, Page F., Atwood, Mich. 220, 4 
McClelland, Raymond G., Austinburg, O. 352 
McClelland, Thomas, Tabor, Io. 845 

[McClenning, Daniel, deceased. 
MacColl, John A., St. Albans, Vt. 320 

McConaughy, Frank, N. Yakima, W. T. 326 
McConnell, Alexander S., Cresco, Io. 152 

McConnell, James E., Churchville, N. Y. 274 
McConoughey, Austin N., Caro, Mich. 349 
McCord, John D., 399 32d st., Chicago, HI. 345 
McCord, Robert L. f Sheffield, 111. 142 

McCormick, Thomas B., Princeton, Ind. 346 
McCracken, Robert, Pax ton, 111. 346 

McCracken, W., Allegheny, Pa. 306 

McCready, William, Bowdle, Dak. 118 

McCulloch, Oscar C, Indianapolis, Ind. 146 
McCully, Charles G., Calais, Me. 180 

McCune, Robert, Ironton, O. 292 

McCunn, Drummond, Hesperia, Cal. 342 

Macdonald, John, Hydesville, Cal 13, 94 

McDougall, William H., Eureka, Cal. 92 

McDuffee, Samuel V., Orange City, Fla. 128 
McFarland, Henry H., 76 Wall St., N. Y. 852 
McGinley, William A., Portsmouth, N. H. 266 
McGown, Alfred J., Amherst, N. H. 260 

McGown, Richard H., Cornish, Me. 180 

McGregor, Alexander, Pawtucket, K. 1. 66, 308 
McGregor, Jno., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 220, 32 
McHenry, Feargus G.,Bloomington,Kan. 164, 6 
Machin, Charles, Prospect Park, 111. 845 

Mcllvaine, J. Hall., Providence, R. I. 308 

Molntire, Charles C, Pitta ford, Vt. 320 

Mclntire, Oscar G., Wapping, Ct. 15, 6, 112 
Mcintosh, Charles H., Menasha, Wis. 364 

Mcintosh, David C, Breckenridge. Mo. 246, & 

- _ . _ 1Q2 

844 
846 

33 
278 
228 
164 
196 
846. 
822 
353 
182 
110 
343- 
363. 
341 

94 
312 
10d 
848 
352 



Mclntyre, Andrew, Stony Creek, Ct. 
Mack, Charles A., Glen Uilin, Dak. 
Mack, Josiah A., Chicago, 111. 
[McKean, John, deceased, 
McKee, James H., Little Valley, N. Y. 
McKeever, Isaac W., Ludington, Mich. 
McKellar, William S., Atchison, Kan. 
McKenzie, Alexander, Cambridge, Mass. 
McKesson, Charles L , Parsons, Kan. 
Mackie, Thomas, West Townshend, Vt. 
McKinstry, John A., Painesville, O. 
McKnight, Henry C, Falmouth, Me. 
McLane, William W., New Haven, Ct. 
McLaughlin, Daniel D. T., Litchfield, Ct. 
McLean, Calvin B., Philadelphia, Pa. 
McLean, Donald A., Prescott, Ont. 
McLean, John K., Oakland, Cal. 
McLean, John R., Paris, Tex. 
McLeod, Andrew J., Groton, Ct. 
McLeod, Hugh, Lynn, Mass. 

•McLeod, John, TN. Y .] w - 

•McLellan, George M., Louisville, Ky. 13, 174 
McLeod, Norman, Minn. 360 

McLeod, Thomas B., Brooklyn, N. Y. 272 
McMillan, Peter, Barre, Vt. 314 

McMillen, William F., Oberlin, O. 858 

McNair, David C, Mine La Motte, Mo. 360 
McNamara, John E., Sioux City, Io. 13, 160 
McNeille, Robert G. 6., Bridgeport, Ct. 102 
MacNeill, Sam'l M ., Sleepy Eye, Minn. 16, 242 
•Macomber, Hiram J., Steel City, Neb. 18, 268. 
McPhail, Malcolm, Hixton, Wis. 382 

McVicar, Peter, Topeka, Kan. 346 

Macy, Herbert, Merriam Park, Minn. 242 

Madge, Walter W., Hay wards, Cal. 82, 94 



1888.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



391 



Magi 11, Thomas, Reno, Nev. 251 

Magnus, Daniel, Northfield, Minn. 850 

Magoun, Geo. F., Grinnell, Io. 345 

Mahan, Asa, London. Eng. 341 

Maile, John L., Omaha, Neb. 56, 350 

Makepeace, F. Barrows, Andover, Mass. 192 
Malcolm, John W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 352 

Mallary, R. De Witt, Lenox, Mass. 204 

Mallory, Chas. W., Charlotte, Mich. 222 

Mallowes, John H., Strykersville, N. Y. 280 
Mann, William G., Wintbrop, Me. 178, 84 
Manning, Moses, Brooklyn, N. Y. 276 

Manning, Samuel, Westmoreland, N. Y. 284 
Mansfield, Frank A., Boston, Mass. 348 

Manson, Albert, Marion, Io. 345 

Marble, William H., Holland, Io. 345 

March, Daniel, Woburn, Mass. 218 

Marden, Geo. N., Colorado Springs, Col. 343 
Marden, Henry, A. B. O. F. M. 341 

Margetts, Henry, Lockport, N. Y. 274 

Markham, Henry F., Cora, Kan. 166 

Markham, Reuben F., Kir win, Kan. 168 

Mario w, Richard T., Iberia, Mo. 246, 8 

Marple, Abel, Wheeling, Mo. 350 

Marsh, Alfred F., Pitt afield, 111. 140 

Marsh, Charles A., , Me. 347 

Marsh, Charles B., Farmington, 111. 136 

Marsh, David D., Georgetown, Mass. 200 

Marsh, D wight W., Amherst, Mass. 348 

Marsh, Francis J., Walpole, Mass. 214 

Marsh, George D., A.B. 0. F. M. 341 

Marsh, George D., Elk Falls, Kan. 166, 8 

Marsh, Hammond L., Genoa Bluffs, Io. 154, 62 
Marsh, Henry, Bdmore, Mich. 224 

Marsh, Loring B., Springfield, Mass. 348 

Marsh, Thomas, Wallace, Kan. 172 

Marsh, William B., Burton, O. 288, 94 

Marshall, Chapman A., McGregor, Io. 158 
Marshall, Henry G., Cromwell, Ct. 104 

Marsland, John, Sergeant's Bluff, Io. 148 

Martin, Evan H., , Pa. 353 

Martin, George, Lindenville, O. 298 

Martin, Moses M., Three Oaks, Mich. 332 

Martin, Samuel A., Van Cleve, Io. 156 

Marts, William G., Reed's Corners, N. Y. 280 
Marty, Ivan M., Petaluma, Cal. 15, 342 

Marty n, Sanford S., Windsor, Vt. 322 

Marvin, Abijah P., Lancaster, Mass. 348 

Marvin, Daniel, jr., Manchester, Mass. 204 
Marvin, Dwight E., Utica, N. Y. 284 

Marvin, Fred. R., GtBarrington, Mass. 13, 200 
Marvin, John T., Apple ton, Minn. 236 

Marvin, Sylvanus P., Westvillc, Ct. 116 

Mason, Edward B., Arlington, Moss. 192 

Mason, James D., Central City, Io. 152 

Mason, Javan K., Herndon, Va. 324 

Mason, John R., Ralsinville, Mich. 13,230 
Mason, Lewis T., Lockeford, Cal. 94 

Mather, Wallace E., Paris, N. Y. 280 

Matson, Albert, Topeka, Kan. 346 

Matthews, Caleb W., Egan, Dak. 344 

Matthews, Luther P., Crete, Neb. 350 

Mathews, Robert J., Hamilton, Mo. 246 

Mathews, 8. Hherberne, Wichita, Kan. 15, 172 
Matthews, William D. A., Onarga, 111. 345 
Maxwell, J. Allen, Dan bury, Ct. 13, 104 

Maxwell, Leigh B., 8avannah, Ga. 130 

May, Oscar G., Sunol Glen, Cal. 98 

May, Jakob, York, Neb. 13, 258 

May, T., Melbourne, Southbridge, Mass. 348 

"" " 18,238 

353 
854 
841 
„ 343 
350 
341 
848 
218 
854 
236 
296 
808 
208 
886 



May hew, Wilmot M., Whiting, Vt. 
Maynard, Ulric, Castleton, Vt. 
Mayne, Nicholas, Platteville, Wis. 
Mead, Charles M., Prof., Germany, 
Mead, Henry B., Falls Village, Ct. 
Mead, Martin H., Verdon, Neb. 
Mead, Willis W., A. B. C. F. M. 
Means, James H., Dorchester, Mass. 
Mears, David O., Worcester, Mass. 
Means, Lucian D., Beloit, Wis. 
Medlar, William H., Crookston, Minn. 
Meek, Stafford W., Ravenna, O. 
Mellish, John H., N. Scltuate, R. I. 
Mendell, Ellis, Norwood, Mass. 
Mercer, Henry W., Stockbridge, Wit. 



Meredith, Richard, Leominster, Mass. 204- 
Meredith, Robt R., Brooklyn, N. 7. 13, 5, 272: 
[Meriam, Joseph, deceased. 

Merrall, Joseph H., Clayton, Cal. 842: 

Merrell, Edward H., Ripon, Wis. 354 

Merrell, Samuel L., Springfield, Mass. 84ft 
Merriam, Alex. R., Grand Rapids, Mich. 226- 

Merriam, Chas. L., Paterson, N. J. 270 

Merriam, Geo. F., Greenville, N. H. 262, 6 

Merrick, Solomon G., Gaines, N. Y. 13, 276 

Merrill, Benjamin, Swanzey, N. H. 268 

Merrill, Benjamin B., Brewer, Me. 178 

Merrill, Charles H., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 13, 353 

Merrill, Chas. W., Minneapolis, Minn. 13, 240 

Merrill, Elijah W. f " " 350 

Merrill, George R., " " 240 

Merrill, George H., Oakland, Cal. 13, 94 
Merrill, Jas. G.,Delraarav., St. Louis, Mo. 248 

Merrill, John L., Rindge, N. H. 266 

Merrill, John M., Brooklyn Village, O. 288 

Merrill, Josiah, Troy, N. H. 268 

Merrill, Selah, Andover, Mass. 848 

Merrill, Thomas, Pes Moines, To. 845 

Merrill, Truman A., Maiden, Mass. 212 

Merrill, William A., Acton, Me. 178 

Merrill, William 0., Sacramento, Cal. 96 

Merriman, Daniel, Worcester, Mass. 218 

Merriraan, William E., Boston, Mass. 15, 848 

Merritt, Elbridge W., Andover, Ct. 102 

Merritt, William C, Honolulu, H. I. 341 

Mershon, James R., 'Newton, Io. 345 

Merwin, Nathan T., Trumbull, Ct. 114 
Merwin, Samuel J. M., New Haven, Ct. 112 

Meserve, Isaac C, New Haven, Ct. 110 
Meserve, William N., San Francisco, Cal. 842 

Messer, Charles B., Heber, Kan. 846 
Metcalf, Arthur, Maple City, Mich. 12, 224, 8, 82 

Metcalf, Irving W., Columbus, O. 290 

Metcalf, Royal D., Brookfield, Vt. 814 

Meyers, Arthur A., Jellico, Tenn. 310 

Michael, George, Manitou, Col. 100 

Miles, Edward C, Montclair, N. J. 351 

Miles, Harvey, Russell, N. Y. 352 

Miles, Milo N., Iowa City, Io. 845 

Miles, Thomas M., Merrfmac, Mass. 206 

Millar, William H., Cbesaning, Mich. 222 

Millard, Joseph D., Bear Lake, Mich. 280, 2 

Millard, Nelson, Rochester, N. Y. 15 

Millard, Watson B., St Clair, Mich. 232 

Miller, Albert P., New Haven, Ct. 110 

Miller, Daniel, Glen Arbor, Mich. 349 

Miller, Daniel R,, Oberlin, O. 353 

Miller, Elisha W., Big Rapids, Mich. 349 

Miller, F. A., Rock ton, 111. 142 

Miller, George A., Bozrah, Ct. 102 

Miller, Jacob G., Manchester, Io. 156 

Miller, Joel D., Leominster, Mass. 348 

♦Miller, J. Wood, , 111. 345 

Miller, Richard, Janesville, Wis. 354 

Miller, Robert D., Walnut Hill, Mass. 348 

Miller, Samuel, Deansville, N. Y. 274 

Miller, Simeon, Springfield, Mass. 348; 

♦Miller, Wilbur C., Shabbona, 111. 142: 

Miller, William, Nepaug, Ct. 110 • 

Millerd, Norman A., Millbtirn, 111. 13k 
♦Millett, Thomas F., Bingham, Me. 178, 80, 8- 

Milligan, John A., Omaha, Neb. 256- 

Millikan, Silas F., Emporia, Kan. 166- 

Milliken, Charles E.. Penacook, N. H. 260> 

Mills, Charles P., Newburyport. Mass. 208- 
Mills, Charles S., North Brookfield, Mass. 20&. 

Mills, Frank E., Derry Depot, N. H. 85k 

Mills, George A., Newport, Vt. 118* 

Mills, Harlow 8., Huron, Dak. 120 

Mills, Henry, Canton, 111. 345 

Mills, Walter T., , O. 352 

Milton, George R., Elgin, 111. 13, 186 

Miner, Henry A., Madison, Wis. 854 

Miner, Ovid, Syracuse, N. Y. 352 

Miner. Samuel E., Ridgway, Mo. 350 

Minich, Daniel H., Bird City, Kan. 164, 72: 

Minnis, Thomas W., Wichita, Kan. 172: 

Mirick, Edward A., Castile, N . Y. 852: 
Missildine, Alfred H .. Charleston, S. C. 358 
Mitchell, Ammi R., Westmoreland, Kan. 346; 



392 



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[1888. 



Mitchell, Charles L., Methuen. Mats. 348 

Mitchell, George W., Avoca, Neb. 252 

Mitchell, James J., Newton, Io. 182 

Mitchell, John, Sycamore, 111. 142 

Mitchell, J. Lee, Cadillac, Mich. 13, 222 

Mitchell, Thomas G., Madison, Me. 347 

Mitchell, William, Detroit, Mich. 350 

Mix, Kldridge, Fall River. Mass. 200 

Moffat, L. C, Douglass, Kan. 166 

Mohr, U minus C, W. Torrington, Ct. 13, 114 
Monroe, Thomas H., Akron, O. 288 

Montgomery. Andrew. Minneapolis, Minn. 350 
Montgomery, Marcus W., " •• 56, 349 

Montgomery, Giles F., A. B.C. F. M. 341 
Montgomery, John A., La Grange, 111. 138 
Mooar, George, Oakland, Cal. 69, 94 

Moody, Calvin B., Osage, Io. 158 

Mooney, Roderick J., Hinsdale, N. H. 15, 264 
Moore, Albert W., Lynn, Mass. 204 

Moore, Benjamin, Middleville, Mich. 349 

Moore, Daniel M., Falls Village, Ct. 343 

Moore, Edson J., So. Franklin, Mass. 200, 8 
Moore, George F., Andover, Mass. 63 

Moore, George W., Washington, D. C. 127 
Moore, Nathaniel S., Winsted, Ct. 343 

Moore, William, Roberts, Wis. 332, 6 

Moore, William A., Downers Grove, III. 345 
Moore, William B. B., N. Madison, Ct. 108 
Moore, William H.. Hartford, Ct. 56, 343 

Morach, Jakob, Princeton, Neb. 13, 256, 8 

Morehouse, Charles M., Evansville, Wis. 354 
Morehouse, Darius A., Foxcroft, Me. 182 

Morey, Lewis W., Lancaster, Mass. 15, 202 
Morgan, Charles, Chester, Mass. 348 

Morgan, Charles L., Moline, 111. 138 

Morgan, David W., Detroit City, Minn. 16, 236 
^Morgan, Geo. F. G., 8an Francisco, Cal. 342 
Morgan, John F., Springfield, Mass. 348 

Morgan, Lewis, Soddy, Tenn. 310 

Morley, John, Avoca, Neb. 268 

Morley, John H., Minneapolis, Minn. 56, 350 
Morley, Bardis B., Pittsfield, Mass. 348 

Morong, Thomas, Ashland. Mass. 192 

Morris, Bbenezer J., 1640 Ave. B, N. Y. 278 
Morris, George. Alameda, Cal. 92 

Morris, James W., Plymouth, Pa. 304 

♦Morris, Maurice B.. Austin burg, O. 288 

Morris, Richard, Allen's Grove, Wis. 354 

Morrison, Nathan J., Marietta, O. 353 

Morrison, Samuel, Hatchville, Mass. 200 

Morrow, Cornelius W., Danbury, Ct. 13, 5, 104 
♦Morrow, Horace E., Indian Orchard, Me. 214 
Morse, Alfred, Austin, Minn. 350 

Morse, Charles F., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 354 
Morse, Charles H., Cedar Rapids, Io. 154 

Morse, Edgar L., Durand, Wis. 16, 330 

Morse, Henry C, Union City, Mich. 349 

Morse, James E., Marengo, Io. 345 

Morse, Milton J., Carbondale, Kan. 164, 70 
Morse, Robert C, Westmoreland, Kan. 13, 172 
Morse, William B., Cle Elum, W. T. 324 

Morss, George H., West Warren, Maps. 216 
Morton, Alpha, Paxton, Mass. 210 

Moses, Dighton, Central Village, Ct. 15, 112 
Moses, Leonard H., Mapleton, Minn. 238, 42 
Moses, Vincent, Patten, Me. 13, 182, 6 

Mosher, Adelbert E., Crest on, Io. 160 

Mosman, William D., New Haven, Ct. 343 
Moulton, Ezra C, Shenandoah, Io. 160 

[Mowery, Christian, deceased, 33 

Mucklow, William B., Java, N. Y. 278 

Mumby, Robert, Fayette, Io. 154 

Mundy, Frank J., Lynn, Maos. 204 

Munger, Theodore T., New Haven, Ct. 110 
Munro, John J., Mori ah, N. Y. 278 

Munroe, Egbert N., Pomfret, Ct. 112 

Munroe, Henry H., Malta, 111. 138 

Munsell, John H., Schenectady, N. Y. 282 
Munson, Frederick, Brooklyn, N. Y. 352 

Munson, Myron A., Middlebury. Ct. 16, 108 
Murkland, Charles 8., Manchester, N. H. 264 
Murphy, Thos. D., San Buenaventura, Cal. 96 
Murphy, Thomas F., Oak Cre«k, Wis. 334 
Murphy, William J., Wolcott, Ct. 343 

Mutch, William J., New Haven, Ct. 110 



Myers, Hiram, Hutchinson, Kan. 166, 8 

Myers, John C., Napervllle, 111. 140 

My rick, Osborn, Mlddletown, Vt. 118 

Nash, Charles 8., East Hartford, Ct. 104 

Nason, Charles P.H., Germantown.Pa. 15, 353 
[Nason, Elias. deceased, 33 

Nason, John H., Anoka, Minn. 13, 236 

Neesima, Joseph H., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

•Nelson, Frank, Warren, Penn. 353 

Nelson, George W., Baldwin, Wis. 328, 32 
Nesbit, David K., Peoria, HI. 15, 140 

Neubauer, Julius, Kansas City, Mo. 350 

Newberry, Chas. E., Steilacoom, W. T. 324, 6 
Newcomb, Aaron S., Clintonville, Wis. 328, 30 
Newcomb, Charles S., Little Rock, Ark. 342 
Newcomb, George B., New York, N. Y. 352 
Newell, Francis P., Cedarville, Kan. 346 

Newell, Horatio B., A. B. C. F. M. 13, 341 
Newell, Wellington, Birmingham, Ct. 343 
Newman, Stephen M., Washington, D. C. 127 
Newport, Frederick, Wilton, Me. 188 

Newton, Albert F., Marlboro, Mass. 206 

Newton, D. Augustine, Stoneham, Mass. 214 
Newton, Josiab, Canton, N. Y. 352 

Nichols, Charles L., South Freeport, Me. 182 
Nichols, Danfortb B , Yankton, Dak. 122 

Nichols, John R., Cleveland, O. 15 

Nichols, Nathan R., Norwich, Vt. 318 

Nichols, Washington A., Lake Fores', 111. 345 
Nicoll, John, Chase, Mich. 222 

Nillson, Eric, Worcester, Mass. 218 

Nims, Granville W., Walton, N. Y. 284 

Noble, Charles. Woodbridge, N. J. 270 

Noble, Edward W., West Somerville, Ms. 348 
Noble, Franklin, East Saginaw, Mich. 224 
Noble, Frederick A., Chicago, 111. 61, 134 

Noble, Mason, Oriole, Fla. 344 

Noble, Thomas K., [Cal.] 342 

Norcross, Albert F., Rockport, Mass. 212 

Norcross, Flavlus V., Union, Me. 188 

Norcross, Lanson P., Kewaunee, Wis. 154 
Norcross, 8. Girard,North Conway, N. H. 262 
Norris, Austin H.. Ithaca, Mich. 226 

Norris, John 8., Webster City, Io. 162 

Norris, Kingslev F., Minneapolis, Minn. 240 
Norris, Thos. F., North Lawrence, Kan. 164, 8 
North, Thomas L., Lemon weir, Wis. 354 

Northrop, Birdsey G., Clinton, Ct. 343 

Northrop, Charles A., Norwich Town, Ct. 110 

♦Northrup, George E., [Kan.] 346 

Northrup, Henry H., Providence, R. I. 353 
Norton, Edward, Quincy, Mass. 210 

Norton, Edwin C, Minneapolis, Minn. 350 
Norton, John F., Natick, Mass. 348 

Norton, Reuben, Eden, Dak. 118 

Norton, Smith, Warner, N. H. 351 

Norton, Stephen A., Princeton, 111. 140 

Norton, William W., Northfield, Minn. 350 
Nott, Jairus L., Hebron, Ct. 106 

Nourse, Kobert, Washington, D. C. 344 

Noyes, Charles L., Somerville, Mass. 212 

[Noyes. Daniel P., deceased. 
Noyes, Edward M., Duluth, Minn. 236 

[Noyes, Gurdon W., deceased, 34 

Noyes, Joseph T., A. B.C. F. M. 341 

Noyes, Warren L., Chester, Vt. 316 

Nute, Frank L., Riverton, Ct. 102 

Nutting, George B., Hancock, Minn. 350 

Nutting, John D., Wauseon, O. 353 

Nutting, John K., Freedom, O. 13, 292 

Nutting, Wallace, Newark, N. J. 270 

Oadams, Thomas 8., Maquoketa, Io. 156 

Oakey, James, Pierre, Dak. 124 

♦Oakley, E. Clarence, Pan Bernardino, Cal. 96 
Obear, William F., Maplewood, Mass. 204 
Ober, Benjamin, Brattleboro, Vt. 364 

Odlin, James E., Goffstown, N. H. 262 

Ogden, David J., Easton, Ct. 104 

Olds, Abner D., Oberlin, O. 296 

Olds, Frank B., North Lawrence, Kan. 346 
♦Oleson, William B., Hawaii, 341 

Oliphant, Charles H., Methuen, Mass. 206 
Oliver, Jacob B., Greenville, Miss. 245 

Olmstead, Charles, Oswego Falls. N. Y. 280 
Olmsted, Franklin W., Burlington, Vt. 354 



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LIST of congregational ministers. 



393 



Olney, Eugene'C, Middletown, N. Y. 352 
■Orcutt, Samuel, Ban Diego, Cal. 342 

Ordway, Jairus, Salem, Ct. 112 

•Orvis, Gurney M., Winthrop, Io. 16, 160,2 
•Orvis, William B., Ayr, Neb. 350 

O shorn, Russell 8., Alton, Kan. 164, 70 

♦Osgood, Edward R., Bluehill, Me. 347 

Osgood, George W.. Hyannis, Ms. 15, 192, 218 
Osgood, Henry H., Stonehara, Mass. 218 

-Osgood, Reuben D., Fort Fairfield, Me. 182 
Ostrom, Alvin, Xohala, H. I. 341 

Otis, Clark C, Bible House, New York, 56, 352 
Otis, Israel T., Exeter, N. H. 351 

"Otis, Jonathan T., Irvington, Neb. 254 

Ottman, Henry A., Salamanca, N. Y. 282 

Ousley, Benjamin F., A. B. C. F. M. 241 

[Oviatt, George A., deceased, 34 

"Owens, Owen, Rewey, Wis. 334 

Owens, Thomas M., Whitesboro, N. Y. 361 
Oxnard, Frederic, Tarrytown, N. Y. 351 

Packard, Abel K., Highland Lake, Col. 100 
Packard, Edward N., Syracuse, N. Y. 13, 5, 282 

Packard, Milan, ,Col. 343 

Packer, Nahum L., Nashua, Io. 138 

Paddock, Edward A., De Pae, 111. 134 

Page, Charles E., Fergus Falls, Minn. 238 

Page, Frederick, Somerset, Mich. 232 

Page, Harlan, A»hburnham, Mass. 192 

Page, Henry P., Gaylord, Kan. 166 

Page, William D., Cowles, Neb. 252 

Paine, Albert, Roxbury, Mass. 348 

Paine, Bernard, Saybrook, Ct. 112 

Paine, John A., Tarrytown, N. Y. 351 

Paine, Levi L., Bangor, Me. 64, 347 

Paine, Rodney, North Topeka, Kan. 846 

Painter, Charles C, Great Barrington, Ms. 348 
Painter, Hobart K., Canton, 111. 132 

Palmer, A. Burton, Soquel, Cal. 96 

Palmer, Charles M., Westminster, Mass. 216 
Palmer, Charles R., Bridgeport, Ct. 102 

Palmer, Edward S., Standish, Me. 188 

Palmer, Edwin B., Winchester, Mass. 56, 348 
Palmer, Elliot, Gildersleeve, Ct. 343 

Palmer, Frank H. , North Weymouth, Mass. 216 
Palmer, Orange S., India, 341 

Palmer, Oscar A., Downs, Kan. 346 

[Palmer, Ray, deceased, 35 

Palmer, S. Fielder, New York, N. Y. 16, 352 
Palmer, William 8., Norwich, Ct. 110 

Pamment, John M., England, 341 

Pangburn,Lycurgus E., Huntington, W.Va 326 
Pannell, Cary H. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 352 
Paris, John D., A. B.C. F. M. 341 

Park, Austin L., Lugonia, Cal. 342 

Park, Calvin E., West Boxford, Mass. 348 
Park, Charles W., Birmingham, Ct. 104 

Park, Edwards A., Andover, Mass. 63, 192 
Park, William E., Gloversville, N. Y. 276 
Parker, Charles, Independence, Or. 353 

Parker, Edwin P., Hartford, Ct. 106 

♦Parker, Francis, Enfield, N. H. 351 

Parker, Hance H v Williamston, Mich. 234 
Parker, Henry E., Hanover, N. H. 351 

♦Parker, Henry H., Honolulu, Hawaii, 341 
Parker, Henry W., Grinnell, Io. 346 

Parker, Horace, Shirley Village, Mass. 348 
Parker, J. Homer, Wichita. Kan. 172 

Parker, John D.. Fort Riley, Kan. 346 

Parker, Joseph J., Norfolk, Neb. 256 

Parker, Leonard S , Cambridge, Mass. 196 
Parker, Roswell D., Manhattan, Kan. 346 
Parker, Thomas, Chicago, 111. 345 

Parker, William, Oswego, 111. 13, 140 

Parker, William W., Milton, Mass. 212 

Parmelee, Eliab H., Baiting Hollow, N. Y. 272 
Parmelee, Moses P., A. B. C. F. M. 841 

Parmelee, William J., Dassell, Minn. 236, 40 
Parr, John H., 81 Powell ave., Chicago, 111. 345 
Parsons, Benjamin F., Derry, N. H. 351 

Parsons, Ebenezer G., Derry, N. H. 351 

Parsons, Henry W M Sun Prairie, Wis. 336 

Parsons, Robert, Flat Rock, Mich. 224, 30, 2 
Parsons, Willard, New York, N. Y. 352 

Partridge, George C, Batavia, 111. 845 

Partridge, Lewis C, Long wood, Fla. 128 



Pasco, Martin K., Garrettsville, O. 292 

Pascoe, William H., Lockeford, Cal. 342 

Paske, William J., Newcastle, Neb. 13, 256 

♦Patch, Isaac P., Red field, Dak. 344 

Patchin, John, Manchester, Mich. 349 
Patrick, Henry J., West Newton, Mass. 208 

Patten, Moses, Danby, Vt. 316 

Patten, William A., Kingston, N. H. 351 

Patton, Cornelius H., Westfield, N. J. 13, 270 

Pat ton, James L., Greenville, Mich. 226 
Patton, William W., Washington, D. C. 344 

Payne, Charles A., Eau Claire, Wis. 330 

♦Payne, Henry S., Sedgwick, Kan. 170 

Payson, Edward P., New York, N. Y. 352 

Peabody, Albert B., Candia, N. H. 260 

Peabody, Charles, Chicago, 111. 345 

Peabody, Charles, Ppringfield, Mass. 348 

♦Peacock, Robert M., Somerset, Mass. 212 

Pearse, Frank F., Turner, 111. 144 

Pearson, Arthur H., Northfield, Minn. 360 

Pearson, James B., Montclair, N. J. 351 

Pearson, Samuel, Petersburg, Neb. 256, 60 

♦Pearson, Samuel W., Brunswick, Me. 847 
Pearson, Thomas J., Strong City, Kan. 166, 72 

Pease* Edmund M., A. B. C. F. M. 841 

Pease, Theodore C, Maiden, Mass. 204 

Pease, William, Mound City, 111. 13, 138 

Pease, William P., Rising City, Neb. 258 

Peck, Benjamin D., Madison, N. Y. 278 

Peck, Charles H., Oris wold. Ct. 106 

Peck, Henry Porter, Plymouth, N. H. 266 

Peck, Whitman, Chester, Maes. 348 

Peck, William J., Corona, N. Y. 352 

Peebles, Arthur B., Fargo, Dak. 120 

Peebles, David, Sandy, U. 368 

Peebles, George, Roseville, 111. 142 

Peeke, George H., Sandusky, O. 296 

Peel, William T., Washington, D. C. 127 

Peet, Josiah W., Monticello, Io. 346 

Peet, Lyman B., A. B. G. F. M. 841 

Peet, Stephen D., Mendon, 111. 138 
Peffers, Aaron B., West Hawley, Mass. 202 

Pell, Thomas, Sibley, Io. 346 

Peloubet, Francis N., Natick, Mass. 848 

Pelton, George R., Watertown, Ct. 114 

Pelton, George 8., Worcester, Mast. 13, 218 
[Pendleton, Henry G., deceased. 

Penfield, Samuel, Joliet, 111. 845 

Penney, Edgar J., Marietta, Ga. 180 

Penniman, Alford B., Omaha, Neb. 256 
Penniman, Henry M., East Derry, N. H. 262 

Pentecost, George F., Montclair, N. J. 15, 361 

Pentecost, Hugh 0., Newark, N. J. 15 

Percival, Charles H., Racine, Wi*. 16, 334 

Peregrine, Philip K., Amiret, Minn. 242 

Perine, John E., Mattituck, N. Y. 352 

Perkins, Ariel E. P., Worcester, Mass. 348 
Perkins, Benjamin F., Saundersville, Mass. 200 

Perkins, Edgar, Sodus, N. Y. 352 
Perkins, Francis B., Santa Barbara, Cal. 342 

Perkins, Frederic T., Burlington, Vt. 354 

Perkins, George A., Boxboro, Mass. 194 

Perkins, George G.. Spencer, Io. 160 

Perkins, Henry M., Dunstable, Mass. 198 

Perkins, Henry P., A. B. 0. F. M. 15, 341 

Perkins, James C, A. B.C. F. M. 341 

Perkins, Saywell, Grayville, 111. 345 

Perkins, Sidney K., Portland, Me. 186 
Perkins, Sidney K. B., Raynham, Mass. 210 

Perrin, Lavalette, Torrington, Ct. 15, 114 

Perry, Alfred T., Ware, Mass. 16, 216 
Perry, Arthur L., Williamslown, Mass. 848 

Perry, Charles A., Rupert. Vt. 320 

Perry, Cyrus M., 8latersville, R. I. 308 

Perry, D. Brainerd, Crete, Neb. 350 

Perry, George H., Capioma, Kan. 164, 70 
Perry, Lewis E., So. Dartmouth, Mass. 15, 198 
Perry, Peter W., Western Springs, 111. 345 

Perry, Ralph, Agawam, Mass. 348 

Perry, Truman 8., Limerick, Me. 184 

Pettee, James H., A. B. V. F. M. 341 

[Pettlngell, John H., deceased, 36 

Pettibone, Charles H., Poquonock, Ct. 116 

Pettibone, I. Fayette, A. B. C. F. U. 841 

Pettibone, Ira, Winchester, Ct. 343 



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[1888. 



Pettibone, Luman A., Burlington, Wit. 328 
Phelps, Austin, Andover, Maw. 63, 192 

Phelps, Charles H., Kelley's Island, O. 292, 4 
Phelps, Frederick B., Sullivan, N. H. 262, 8 
Phelps, Lawrence, Gardner, Mass. 200 

Philbrook, Charles E., Ktta, Cal. 96 

Philbrook. Nathan P., Bethlehem, N. H. 260 
Phillips, Charles H., dimming*, Dak. 118 

Phillips, Daniel, Hampton Falls, N. H. 351 
Phillips, David E.. Barnevelde, Wis. 328, 32 
Phillips, George W., Rutland, Vt. 320 

Phillips, John , Geyserville, Cal. 342 

Phillips, J. H., Los Angeles, Cal. 94 

Phillips, Milton 8., Rocky Hill, Ct. 112 

Phillips, Bern, Dodgeville, Wis. 828, 30 

Phillips, Thomas D., Chard on, O. 290 

Phinney, George W., Newburg, O. 853 

Phipps, Geo. G. ( Newton H igblands, Ms. 208 
Phipps, William H., Prospect, Ct. 112 

Pierce, Albert F., Middletown, N. Y. 278 

Pierce, Asa C, Brookfield Centre, Ct. 102 
Pierce, Charles M., Hard wick, Mass. 202 

Pierce, George J., Phillipston, Mass. 348 

Pierce, John E., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Pierce, Leroy M., Blackstone, Mass. 194 

♦Pierce, Lucius M., Golden Prairie, Jo. 13, 154 
Pierce, Nathaniel H., Minneapolis, Minn. 350 
•Pierce, Robert B., Urbana, Neb. 268 

i Pierce, William, deceased, 36 

Pierce, William G., deceased, 37 

lerce, W. Wallace, Springfield, O. 13, 296 
Pierson, Isaac, A. B. C. F. M. 841 

Pierson, Jacob L., Fontanelle, Io. 154, 60 

Pierson, Samuel W., Painesville, O. 353 

Pike, Alpheus J., Dawson, Dak. 120 

Pike, Clarence, Salisbury Point, Mass. 16, 212 
like, Ezra B., Brentwood, N. H. 216 

Pike, John, Rowley, Mass. 348 

Pillsbury, Hervey G., Vergennes, Vt. 13, 5, 322 
Pinch, Pearse. Newton, Kan. 170 

Pinkerton, Adam, Osseo, Wis. 334 

[Pinkerton, David, deceased, 37 

Pipes, Abner M.. North Topeka, Kan. 172 
Pitkin, Paul H., Springfield, Mass. 348 

Pitts, Eddy T., Weymouth, Mass. 216 

Pixley, Stephen C, A. B. C. F. M. 341 

*Place, Lorenzo D., Temple, N. H. 268 

Plack, George W., Cioster, N. J. 270 

Plass, Norman, Detroit, Mich I 224 

Piatt, Henry D., Franklin, Neb. 350 

Piatt, Lester B., Upper Mont Clair, N. J. 270 
Piatt, Luther H., Dover, Kan. 166, 72 

Piatt, M. Fayette, San Diego, Cal. 342 

Plowden, Frank, Abbeville, La. 176 

Plumb, Albert H., Roxbury, Mass. 194 

Plumb, Joseph C, Springfield, Mo. 350 

•Plumer, Alexander R., New Salem, Mass. 208 
Plnmley, Gardiner S,, Greenfield Hill, Ct. 104 
Poage, George G., Hastings, Neb. 350 

Pohl, Charles E., Collinsville, Ct. 343 

[Polk, Willis R., deceased, 37 

Pollard, George A., Grand Rapids, Mich. 349 
Pollard, Samuel W., Union Grove, Wis. 336 
Pomeroy, Edward N., Taunton, Mass. 214 
Pomeroy, Lemuel, Muscotah, Kan. 346 

Pond, Benjamin W., Washington, D. O. 344 
Pond, Chauncey N., Oberlin, O. 353 

Pond, William C, San Francisco, Cal. 96 

Poor, William G., Paola, Kan. 170 

Pope, Charles H., Kennebunkport, Me. 15, 182 
Pope, George S , Grand View, Tenn. 310 

Pope, Howard W., Palmer, Mass. 210 

Porter, Aaron, Grafton, Vt. 354 

Porter, Charles W., Caribou, Me. 180 

Porter, Edward C„ Charlestown, Ms. 15, 348 
Porter, Edward G., Lexington, Mass. 204 

Porter, Elbert 8., Kent, Ct. 106 

Porter, Giles M., Garnavillo, Io. 346 

Porter, Harvey, Beirilt, Syria, 344 

Porter, Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Porter, Jeremiah, Detroit, Mich. 349 

Porter, Noah, New Haven, Ct. 343 

Porter, Samuel, Crete, 111. ' 345 

Porter, Samuel F., , Dak. 344 

Porter, T. Arthur, Farwell, Mich. 224 



Porter, William, Beloit, Wis. 354 

Porter, William, Pomona, Cal. 342 

Post, Aurelian H., Pulaski, N. Y. 280 

Post, Martin, Sterling. 111. 142 

Post, Roswell O., Springfield, 111. 142: 

iPost, Truman M., deceased, 87 

Potter, Edmund 8., Maiden, Mass. 204 

Potter, Frank C, Stanwich, Ct. 106. 

Potter, Lester L., Hartford, Ct. 106 

Potter, William, Hampden, O. 353 

Putwin, Lemuel 8., Cleveland, O. 353 

Potwin, Thomas 6., Hartford, Ct. 343 
Pot win, William S , Independence, Io. ' 160 

Pound, William H., Wakeman.O. 298 
Powell, Gregory J., Cbadron, Neb. 13, 252, 4 

Powell, Henry A., Brooklyn, N. Y. 272 

Powell, Isaac P., Grand Rapids, Mich. 349 

[Powell, James, deceased, 38 

Powell, Rees, Delaware, O. 352 
Powell, Samuel W., Otis, Mass. 13, 210 

Powelson, Alfred P., Tacoma, W. T. 16 

*Power, John E., Springvirw, Neb. 18 

Pratt, Dwight M., Higganum, Ct. 106 

Pratt, Francis G., Middleboro, Mass. 348. 

Pratt, George H., Centreville, Mass. 192 

Pratt, Horace, Nortbfield, Vt. 854 

Pratt, J. Loring, Strong, Me. 188- 

Pratt, Lewellyn, Norwich, Ct. 110 

Pratt, Parsons S., Dorset, Vt 316: 

Pratt, Theodore C, Auburn, N. H. 260 

Prentice, Dwight N., Greenfield, Ct. 343 
Prentiss, George F., Bridgeport, Ct. 13, 102 

Prentiss, Norman A., Aurora, 111. 845 
Prescott, George W., Sturgeon Bay.Wis. 386 

Pressey, Edwin B., Brooklyn, N. Y. 272 

Preston, Charles W., Gilead, Ct. 106 

Preston, Edwin T., Baxter, Io. 84ft 

Preston, Ira M., MarietU, O. 358 

Preston. Jared R., La Grange, Ind. 345- 

Preston, Joseph P., Creighton, Neb. 252* 

Price, Francis M., A. B. C. F. M, 241 

Price, Lewis V., Brockton, Mass. 19ft. 

Price, Thomas M., Wayzata, Minn. 242 

[Prince, Newell A., deceased, 38 

Prior, Isaac R., Provincetown, Mass. 210 

Pritchard, David E., Rome, N. Y. 282 

*Probert, Edmund, Oliphant, Pa. 358 
Prudden, Theodore P., Chicago, HI. 16, 184 
Puddefoot,Wm. G., S. Framingham, Mass. 848. 

Pugh, Thomas, Fairfield, Neb. 350 
Pullan, Frederick B., East Orange, N. J. 270 

Purdue, Roland W., Dongola, 111. 134 

Putnam, George A., Millbury, Mass. 20ft 

Putnam, Hiram B., Derry, N. H. 262r 

♦Putnam, Holden A., Tipton, Mich. 224 

Pyke, James T., Lawrence, Mass. 204 

Quaife, Robert, Cleveland, O. 29ft- 

♦Quayle, Thomas R., 111. 345 

Quick, Abram J., 8outh Coventry, Ct. 104 
Quint, A. H., 24 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 194 

Rackliff, Almon J., Skowhegan, Me. 188 

♦Radford, Walter, Huntley, 111. 345 

Ragland, Fountain G., Mobile, Ala. 88 

Rainier, Martin T., Klngsley, Io. 156 

Ralston, Edward 8., Lincoln, Neb. 256 
♦Raraage, James, South Royal ton, Vt 39ft- 

Rand, Frank E., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

♦Rand, Wilbur, Holden, Mass. 202 
Rand, William A., South Seabrook, N. H. 268 

Rand, William H., Lowell, Mass. 848, 

Rankin, Adam L., Petaluma, Cal. 342: 
Rankin, J. Eames, Orange Valley, N. J. 270 
Rankin, Samuel G. W., Glastonbury, CU 843 
Ranslow, Eugene J., 8 wan ton, Vt. 316. 22 

Ransom, George R., Lawn Ridge, 111. 138* 

Raven, Alfred N., Elbridge, N. Y. 276 

Rawlins, James E., Meridian, Miss. 245 

Rawson, Edward K., Annapolis, Md. 847 
Rawson, George A., Los Angeles, Cal. 94 

Ray, Joseph N., Cedar Cliff, N. C. 28ft- 

Raymond, Alfred C, New Haven, Ct. 848 

Raynolds, George 0., A. B. O. F. M. 841 

Rea, John, Oakland, Cal. 94 

Rea, John T., Cotuit, Mass. 848. 

Read, Eugene B., Montrose, Col. 100* 



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LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



395 



[Read, Hollis, deceased, 89 

Read, Robert H., Little Rock, Ark. 91 

Reade, William Churchill, Beverly, Mas*. 848 
Redeof, Richard, Sherman, Mich. 222, 82 

Redfield, Charles, Vernon. Ct. 843 

Redgrave,Chas.A.,Rensselaer F1b,N.Y. 14, 282 
Redlon, Amos. South West Harbor, Me. 188 
Reed, Arthur T., Plainville, Ct. 218 

Reed, Charles F., Hay den vi lie, Mass. 348 

Reed, David A., Springfield, Mass. 246 

Reed, Edward A., Holyoke, Mass. 14, 202 
Reed, Frank H., Lanesville, Mass. 14, 200 

Reed, George H., Taunton, Mass. 13,214 

Reed, George W., Fort Yates, Dak. 13, 344 
Reed, Glover C., North Fairfield, O. 292 

Reed, Julius A., Davenport, Io. 846 

Reed, Leonard, Brie, Dak. 844 

Reed, Myron W., Denver, Col. 100 

Bees, George M., Mineraville, Pa. 282 

Rees, Henry, Emporia, Kan. 166 

Reid, Archibald 8., Fulton, Wis. 830 

Reid, David C, Monticello, Minn. 240 

Reiter, David H , Vicksburg, Mich. 284 

Reitzel, John R., Blue Island, III. 182 

Relyea, Benjamin J., Green's Farms, Ct. 116 
Renshaw, James B , Plain view, Mich. 240 
Reuth, Jacob, La Grange, Mo. 246 

Rexford, George W., Armour, Dak. 118 

Reynolds, George W., Gorham, Me. 13, 182 
Reynolds, Lauriston, Yarmouth, Me. 190 

Reynolds, William T., North Haven, Ct. 110 
Rice, Augustus M., Dover, Mass. 198 

Rice, Charles B., Danvers Centre, Mass. 198 
Rice, Bdwin W., Philadelphia, Pa. 352 

Rice, George G., Council Bluffs, Io. 846 

Rice, Oilman, Andover, Me. 178 

Rice, John H. J., Berlin Heights, O. 288 

Rice, Orthello V., Columbus, Neb. 252 

Rice, Thomas O., W. Granville, Mass. 200, 14 
Rice, Walter, Brandon, Vt. 314 

Rice, William C, Zumbrota, Minn. 242 

Rich, George W., Stratton, Neb. 258 

Richards, Charles H., Madison, Wis. 332 

Richards, Emanuel, Bird City, Kan. 164, 72 
Richards, Erwin H., A. B. C. F. M. 841 

Richards, Howard A. N., Hampden, 0. 13, 292 
Richards, Jacob P., Lee Centre, 111. 138 

Richards, J ehiel S., Alfred, Me. 178 

Richards, John L., Chicago, 111. 845 

Richards, Jonathan E., St. Louis, Mich. 349 
Richards, Richard, Minooka, Pa. 806 

Richards, Samuel, Ozark, Mo. 248 

Richardson, Albert M., Lawrence, Kan. 846 
Richardson, Charles A., Lenox, O. 294 

Richardson, Chauncey J., Tamworth,N.H. 268 
Richardson, Cyrus, Nashua, N. H. 266 

Richardson, Daniel W., South Sudbury ,Ms. 214 
Richardson, Henry J., Lincoln, Mass. 204 

Richardson, Henry L., Ripon, Wis. 836 

Richardson, John B., Hiawatha, Kan. 168 
Richardson, John P., Candor, N. Y. 274 

Richardson, Martin L., Worcester, Mass. 348 
•Richardson, Nathaniel, Rockport, Mass. 260 
Richardson, William T., Atwater, O. 853 

Richmond, James, Tapleyville, Mass. 348 
Richmond, Joseph, Carthage, Mo. 350 

Richmond, Thomas T., Taunton, Mass. 348 
Ricker, George 6., Pierce City, Mo. 248 

Rlcketts, Charles H., Rockville, Ct. 114 

Rideout, Bates S., Norway, Me. 13, 184 

Riedinger, Jacob P., N. Ridgeville, O. 296 
Riggs, Alfred L., Santee Agency, Neb. 850 
Riggs, Charles B., Grand View, Tenn. 310 
Riggs, Ezra J., Stockton, Cal. 96 

Riggs, Herman C, Binghamton, N. Y. 13, 272 
Riggs, Thomas L., Santee Agency, Neb. 122 
Rindell, Gilbert, Earlville, 111. 136, 42 

Risser, H. Arthur, Washington, Io. 13, 150, 4 
Ritchie, George, Ketchum, Ida. 130 

Robbins, Alden B., Muscatine, Io. 158 

Robblns, Anson H., Lake Preston, Dak. 122 
Robbins, Elijah, A. B. C. F. M. 841 

Robbins, Horace H., Grinnell, Io. 346 

Robbins, Silas W., Manchester Green, Ct. 106 
Roberts, D. Wynne, , N. Y. 852 



Roberts,Edw.,Farmersvle Station ,N.Y. 276, 82 
Roberts, Ephraim P., The Dalles, Or. 300- 
Roberts, George Lewis, Normal, 111. 140 

Roberts, Griffith, Dawes, Mo. '246. 

Roberts, Henry B., West Hartford, Ct. 114 
Roberts, Hiram P., Galesburg, 111. 845 

Roberts, Jacob, Auburndale, Mass. 34& 

Roberts, Jas.G., Decatur st .,Brooklyn,N.Y. 272. 
Roberts, James H., A. B. 0. F. M. 341 

Roberts, John, Silver Creek, Neb. 258 

Roberts, John B., Chippewa Lake, 222, 32 
Roberts, Joseph T., Wayne, 111. 144 

Roberts, Joseph W.. Dallas, Tex. 312 

Roberts, Owen W.,Plainfield Centre, N. Y. 280 
Roberts, Peter, Scranton, Pa. 804 

Roberts, Robert P., Ebensburg, Pa. 302 

Roberts, Robert R., Waukesha, Wis. 328, 3a 
Roberts, William G., Three Rivers, Mich. 849 
Robertson, Angus A., Brooklyn, N. Y. 15 
Robie, Benjamin A., Grafton, Mass. 200- 

Robie, Edward, Greenland, N. H. 262 

Robie, Thomas S., Boston, Mass. 848 

Robinson, Edward A., Boston, Mass. 194 

[Robinson, Harvev P., deceased, 39 

Robinson, James M., Detroit, Mich. 224 

Robinson, Orrin L., Elroy, Wis. 13, 380 

Robinson, Stephen H., Greenfield, Mass. 200- 
Robinson, William A., Homer, N.Y. 276 

Rock wood, Fred B., South Woodbury, Vt. 822 
Rock wood, George A., Oregon City, Or. 853 
Rodgers, Levi. Georgetown, Mass. • 
Rodman, Daniel S., Wellesley, Mass. 
Roe, Alvah D., Stillwater, Minn. 
Rogers, Alonzo, Blair, Neb. 
Rogers, Charles H., Michigan City, Ind. 
Rogers, Edson, Cincinnatus, N. Y. 
Rogers, Edward E., New York, N. Y. 
Rogers, Enoch E., Paynesville, Minn. 
[Rogers, George W., deceased. 
Rogers, Lewis G., Arcade, N. Y. 
Rogers, Osgood W., Mt. Pleasant, Io. 
Rogers, 8am uel J., Paxton, 111. 
Rollins, John C, Lafayette, Ind. 
Rominger, Henry V., Albany, Or. 
Rood, David, A. B.C. F. M. 
Rood, Francis D., Englewood, III. 
Rood, John S., Churches Corners, Mich. 
Root, Edward P., East Hampton, Ct. 
Root, F. Stanley, Auburn, Me. 
[Root, James P., deceased, 
Roper, Charles F., West Concord, N. H. 
Ropes, Charles J. H., Bangor, Me. 
• Ropes, William L., Andover, Mass 
*' Rose, Edwin, Or land, Ind. 
Rose, Henry T., Lowell, Mass. 
Rose, Luman P., Hastings, Neb. 
Rose, Samuel, Macon, Ga. 
Rose, William F., 8eattle, W. T. 
Bose, William W., Fort Atkinson, Wis. 
Roseboro, 8amuel R., Rock Creek, O. 
Ross, A. Hastings, Port Huron, Mich. 
Ross, James H., Somerville, Mass. 
Ross, John A., Hampton, N. H. 
Ross, Orville A., San Francisco, Cal. 
Rotch, Caleb L., Stoughton, Mass. 
Rounce. Joseph S., Rose Creek, Minn. 



200 
348 
350 
252 
146 
280 
16 
240 

13, 272 
158 
140 

15,345 
300 
341 
134 
13 
102 
178 
39 
260 

64,347 

63,348 
146 
204 
254 
180 
354 
38<X 
296 
230 
110. 
262. 
342 
214 
238 



13. 



Rouse, Fred. T., West Superior.Wis. 13, 836 

Rouse, Thomas H., Belleview, Fla. 844 

Rowe, Albert L. , , Wis. 864. 

Rowe, George C, Charleston. S. C. 310 

Rowell, John A., Bra! nerd, Minn. 286. 

Rowel I, Joseph, San Francisco, Cal. 842 

Rowland, George M., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Rowland, John, Necedah, Wis. 884 

Rowland, Lyman 8., Lee, Mass. 204 

Rowland, t»amuel. Clarendon, Pa. 302 

Rowley, Charles BL, Weatford, Mass. 216 

Rowley, Georue B., Csirthage, N. Y. 274 

Rowley, Loveland T., Danville, Io. 162 
Roy, J.E.,161 Washington St., Chicago.Ill. 845 

Royce, LeRoy, Danvers, 111. 184 

Ruddock, Charles A., Benson, Minn. 286 

Ruddock, Edward N., Villard, Minn. 242 

Ruhl, Levi W., Hartwick, Io. 162 . 

Ruland, George W., Greenfield, N. H. 262. 



•396 



CONGREGATIONAL TEAB-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Runnells, Moses T., E. Jaffrey, N. H. 264 
Runyen, Joseph B., Oak Park, 111. 144 

Russell, Charles H., Bridgeport, Ct. 843 

Russell, Ezekiel, Holbrook, Mass. 348 

Russell, Frank, Oswego, N. Y. 351 

♦Russell, Henry A., Cabot, Vt. 314 

Russell, Howard H., Kansas City, Mo. 350 
Russell, Isaac, Monticello, lo. 346 

Russell, James W., Yankton, Dak. 344 

Rustedt, Henry F., Shrewsbury, Vt. 354 

Ryder, Charles J., Boston, Mass. 58, 348 

Ryder, William H., Andover, Mass. 63, 192 
-Babin, Joel 6., Mltchellvllle, lo. 158 

Babin, Levi P., Blk Point, Dak. 120 

Bafford, Albert A., Ripon, Wis. 330 

6 afford, Albert W., De Kalb, 111. 134 

Safford, George B., Elkhart, Ind. 13, 146 

'Bafford, John, Qrinnell, lo. 156 

Sage, Charles J., Kansas City, Mo. 350 

Bailor, John, Grand Rapids, Mich. 220 

St. Clair, Peter, Rushville, Neb. " 258 

St. John, Benjamin, Des Moines. Io. 152 

St. John, Samuel N., Georgetown, Ct. 343 
Salazar, J. Pablo, Grants, N. M. 258 

Ballenbacb, Henry H., Lincoln, Neb. 350 
'Salmon, Edward P., Beloit, Wis. 354 

Salter, Charles C, Duluth, Minn. 350 

Baiter, William, Burlington, Io. 150 

Sampson, Cassander C, Tilton, N. H. 268 
Samson, Caleb, Oak Hill, O. 13, 292, 4 

Samuel, Robert, Brewster, Mass. 348 

Sanborn, Francis W., Newbury, Mass. 208 
Sanborn, Frederick L., Creston, III. 16, 134 
Sanborne, George E., Hartford, Ct. 343 

-Ban borne, George M., St. Louis, Mo. 248 

♦Sandbrook, D. William, Lovell, Me. 16, 184 
Sanders, Charles 8., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

-Sanders, Clarendon M., Denver, Col. 56, 343 
Banders, Frank P., New London, O. 13, 294, 6 
Sanders, William H., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

••Sanderson, John P., Detroit, Mich. 349 

Sands, John D., Belmond, Io. 150 

Sanford, Ellas B., West brook, Conn. 114 

San ford, Enoch, Raynham, Mass. 348 

Sanford, William C, Milford, Kan. 170 

Sargent, BenJ. F., Grand Rapids, Mich. 226 
Bargent, Clarence 8., Adams, Mass. 192, 135 
Sargent, Frank D., Brookline, N. H. 214, 60 
Bargent, George W., Clear Water, Minn. 236 
Bargent, Roger M., Dover, III. 136 

Battler, Jno. 3132 Wall St., Chicago, 111. 13, 134 
Saunderson, Henry H., Amoskeag, N. H. 351 
Savage, Charles A., Enfield, Mass. 15, 198 
Savage, George S. F., Chicago, 111. 61, 345 
Savage, John W., Cohasset, Mass. 196 

Savage, John W., Lake Linden, Mich. 228 
Savage, William T., Quincy, 111. 345 

Savory, George W., Los Angeles, Cal. 15, 94 
•Sawyer, Daniel, Elopkinton, N. H. 351 

Sawyer, Stowe, Fox Lake, Wis. 330 

Bcarritt, William R., Marshalltown, Io. 158 
Schaerer, John, Crete, Neb. 252 

Bchauffler, Henry A., Cleveland, Ohio, 66, 353 
Bcbermerhorn, Herman M.. Amesbury, Ms. 192 
Schermerhorn, Peter, New Haven, Mich. 222, 30 
Schllchter, John B.. Sterling, Kan. 346 

-Schlosser, George, Davenport, lo. 346 

Schnacke, Leon C, Clay Centre, Kan. 164 
Scholfleld, John, Sharon, Wis. 336 

♦Scolfield, Abraham, Spring Green, Wis. 13 
Schoppp, W. Gleason, Neponset, M ass. 15, 194 
~--- 350 

350 
88 
343 
312 
314,8 
127 
196 
246 
345 
348 
196 
349 
345 



•Schuerle, Gottlieb, [Neb.l 

• Schwarzauer, Charles M., [Mo.1 

Schwarzauer, MaxM., Citronelle, Ala. 
Scofield, Abishai, Bayport, Ct. 
*6cofield, Cyrus I., Dallas, Tex. 
Schofleld, William, Irasburg, Vt. 
Scofield, William C, Washington, D. C. 
^Scoles, Richard 8., Chester, Mass. 
Scotford, Henry C, Kansas City, Mo. 

Scott, Andrew J., [111.] 

•Scott, Charles, Reading, Mass. 
£cott, Darius B., Clinton, Mass. 
-Scott, Enos B., Onekama, Mich. 
*8cott, Eraatua H., Chicago, 111. 



Scott, George, Button, Neb. 350 

Scott, George H., Ipswich, Mass. 202 

Scott, George R. W., Germany, 15, 341 

Scott, Hugh M., Chicago, 111. 65, 345 

♦Scott, John, H add am Neck, Ct. 106 

Scott, Nelson, Amherst, Mass. 348 

Scott, Willard, Omaha, Neb. 256 

Bcoville, Edgar E., Cleveland. O. 13, 290 

Scoville, Samuel, Stamford, Ct. 114 

Scroggs, Joseph W., Rogers, Ark. 342 

Scudder, Doremus, A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Scudder, Henry M.., Japan, 341 

Scudder, John L., Jersey City, N. J. 270 
Scudder, Wm. H., San Francisco, Cal. 15, 96 
Scudder, William W., jr. , Alameda, Cal. 92 
Scurr, William, Detroit, Mich. 349 

Seabury, Joseph B., Dedham, Mass. 198 

8eagrave, James C, Hinsdale, Mass. 210 

Beaver, Charles H., Junction City, Kan. 168 
Seaver, Norman, Bt. Paul, Minn. 240 

Beaver, William R., Pontiac, Mich. 230 

Seccombe, Charles, Springfield, Dak. 124 

Seeley, James W., A. B.C. F. M. 341 

Seelye, Julius H., Amherst, Mass. 66, 192 

Seelye, L. Clark, Northampton, Mass. 348 
Seeley, Nicholas J., Avon, Ct. 102 

Seelye, Samuel T., Easthampton, Mass. 348 
Seeley, William H., Wading River, N. Y. 284 
*Selden, Calvin, Kenosha, Wis. 354 

Selden, Edward G., Springfield, Mass. 214 
Bell, Henry T., Chicago, 111. 15, 345 

8engstacke, John H. H., Savannah, Ga. 130 
Sessions, Alexander J., Beverly, Mast. 348 
Sessions, Joseph W., Chaplin, Ct. 343 

Sessions, Samuel, St. Johns, Mich. 349 

Severance, Milton L., Bennington, Vt. 314 
Bewail, David B., York, Me. 190 

Bewail, John L., Milton, Vt. 318 

Bewail, John S., Bangor, Me. 64, 347 

Sewall, William, Charlton, Mass. 13, 196 

Seward, Arthur L., Coalville, U. 313 

Seward, Dwigbt M., Norwalk, Ct. 116 

Seward, Edwin D., Laclede, Mo. 350 

Sexton, William C, Wilmington, Vt. 322 

Seymour, Bela N., Washington, D. O. 13, 127 
Seymour, Charles N., Tolland, Ct. 114 

Seymour, Charles R., Winchester, Mass. 218 
Seymour, Henry, East Hawley, Mass. 202 
Shannon, Wm. H., Maple Rapids, Mich. 224, 8 
Shanton, I. Allen, Howard, Dak. 120 

Sharpe, Andrew, Hebron, Ct. 348 

8harpe, Elftm, Dallas, Tex. 358 

Shattuck, Amos F., New Ipswich, N. H. 351 
Shattuck, Calvin 8., Memphis, Mich. 228 

Shaw, Edwin W., LaBarge, Mich. 349 

Shaw, George W., Ashton, Dak. 118 

Shaw, John T., Yankton, Dak. 344 

Shaw, Judson W., Royalston, Mass. 13, 212 
Shaw, Luther, Tallmadge, O. 353 

Shaw, William, Atlanta, Ga. 130 

Shear, Charles B., Grand Rapids, Mich. 224 
Sheldon, Charles B., Pomona, Cal. 342 

Sheldon, Charles M., Waterbury, Vt. 322 

Sheldon, Stewart, Salem, Mass. 54, 848 

Shelton, Charles W., Birmingham, Ct. 57, 351 
Shepherd, Samuel, Chicago, 111. 345 

Sherk, A. B., Centreville, Pa. 802, 4 

Sherk, Thomas, Fredonia, Kan. 18, 6, 166 

Sherman, Andrew M., Morristown, N. J. 270 
Sherman, Barker B., Wollaston, Mass. 210 
Sherman, Cbas. S., Manchester Green, Ct. 343 
Sherman, Eugene L., Sioux City, Io. 160 

Sherman, Floyd E., Stockton, Kan. 172 

Sherrill, Alvin F., Omaha, Neb. 256 

Hherrill, Dana. Marshall, 111. 138 

Sherrill, Samuel B., W. Bloom field, N. Y. 284 
Sherwin, John C, Eau Claire, Wis. 354 

Shinn, Robert F., New Windsor, 111. 140 

Shipman, Samuel B., Cleveland, O. 290 

Shirley, Arthur, Europe, [Me.] 347 

Show, Arley B., Crete, Neb. 350 

Shull, Gilbert L., Ivanhoe, 111. 136 

Shults, Jacob D., Wblttaker, Mich. 349 

Shurtleff, David, Petersham, Mass. 210 

Sibley, James W., A. B. C. F. M. 341 



1888.] 



LIST OP CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



k, Reuben H., Gra»» Valley, Cal. 
Sinks, Perry W., PaineBville, O. 
Skeele, Arthur F., Auguila, Me. 
Skeels, Henry M„ Grlnnell, Io. 
Sfceltun. William J., Buffalo, Wyo. IS 



skinner, Charles L., Waterford. 
Skinner, David E„Boakw«ll, I 



Slater, Charles, Wood burn, 111. 

eieeptr, William T., \V»ra:Hpr Mh. 
Sl.-eiieL-.Wi.llf.rn W.. Welioter, Hui. 
Bllgh.J. E., Nogal, N. If. 
Slocum, George M. D.. Rockford, To. 

Blotiim, Willljim V ., Cnl. Sprinen, Cul. 



lcC, Plttafleld, Mas 



Smith, Clifford H Town. h end, Vt. 

Smith' Edward A.. Farmin'gton, Ct. 

Smith! Edward H.', Oihko'h, Wis. 
Smith, Edwin, Bedford. Uses. 
Smith. Edwin G., Princeton, III. 
•Smith, Edwin 8., Beatrice, Neb. 
Smith, Elijah P., Ml. Pleaiant, Io. 
Smith, Ezra N„ Watervllle, lite. 
Smllh, F" " "" """ 



ikH., Waukegaa.Hi. 
Northwood Ridge, N. H. 



£L, Walnut Grove. HI 
X H., St. Charles. 111. 
(e B., Raleigh, N. C. 



Smith, John E., Chap 



Smill 




i^Bn 


»hlyn 
»y, Mi 


N. T. 




i '.-.:, r S 








!!.,.„,■ 1 


Bank 










aplda 


Minn. 




HiLijIh .1 


ITorw 


ilk.O 










utville 


Mich. 


Smith 


;-:. 1 


.Knoi 






:-!■.■ ;.)l,-l 


K:,-l 1 




Mui, 


firalll 








lb. Flfl 




:' ; ,'..'.';, 








Uli.i-1 




d. Ct. 




Smith 


Willi. in 


A.. Gr 




T. 






_"'il< 




Smith 


Wl ji 


H-.Au 


:a,I 


. 






J., Gr 


■ Ha 


id-, Mi 




Willi,,, 






e.Ma... 


Smyth, Egbert 


j'.'ahi 


over, Mass. 


Smyth, Newm 


>■ >f™ 


Ha™ 


, Ct. 



V. L Cftmbrldgeport, Mas, 
'., Dickinson, Dak. 



n, Floyd, Mcintosh, On. 



Inydor, Henry S„ William. 
!nj-der, Peter M-, Middieto 
lomervllle, William C, Bla: 
ioper, George E., Roches le 



stead, P. Q. 841 



Bpsngler. Alpheus M^Mittlnengue, Mass. 21« 
Bpanswick, ThomiufW., Rockford, Mlcb. 232 
Sparrow. Joseph P., Creigbton, Neb. S50 

BpMlouBg, Wavland, Poughkeepale. N. Y.280. 
Spear, Charles V., Oberlln, O 8*3 

Bpeare, S. Lewis B., Boston. Matt. 3M 

Spell, William, Ban, "" - 
Spelman, Levi P., P 
Spence, Adam K., S 






.,. G , l!i 



Creek, Mich, 
bviile, Term, 
dwlch, 1:1. 
Ilroy, Cal. 
lena Villa, Col. 



Bpooncr, Charles, Greenville, Mich. 
Spoor, Orange II., Lugonia, Cal. 
Sprngue, Frank M„ Springfield, Mass. 
Spraguc, William P., A. S. V, F. X. 
" "■..Liuwood, Kan. 



Spyk 


r, Simoo, Ithaca, Wla, 


832,6 


Sipk 


, Edgar A., Decatur. Ala. 
i, Edmund, Warwick, Mass. 


13,6,88 


Sqntr 


216 


S,,„lr 


i, Norman J., West Haven, Ct. 


110 




Henry T., Glastonbury, Ct.' 




Staff i 


d, Burnett T., Norwnlk, Flu. 




Stan ft, 




3« 


Simile 


y, Charles A., A. B. C. F. M. 






n, George F.. Boston, Mass. 


34S 


"Stun 


on. Jsrnei, Plsttevllle, Col. 




Staiiso 


s.'johuC, Littleton. Ma.a. 




Blaple 






, Piatt R., Friendship, Wla. 


330,4 


Staple 


ton, Robert, lmlay City, Mlcb. 


228 


Starr 


Kdward 0., Cornwall, Ct. 


104 



ookfield, llaaa. 34» 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAK-BOOK. 



[1888. 



Steele, William, Btej 



«ea. 



Btevenaon, John O., Waterloo, tu. 

Stewart, Jeremiah L\, Aurora, Neb'. 
Stewart, William C, Etna Mill.. Cal. 
BUckel, Kdwln C, Neahvllle, Tenn. 
Btickney. Edwin II., Hmrwood, Dak. 
Stllea, William C, PlttaBeld, S. H. 
Stlmaon, Henry A., St. Loula, llo. 
Btlmun, Martin L.i A. B. C. P. if. 
stiver. Samuel L-, Hunker mil. III. 
Stoddard, Engene W., Haverhill, N. H. 
Stoddard, John C., Sibley, To. 
Stoddard, Judaon B , Cheshire, Ct. 
Stoddert, William, Black Earth, Wit, 
Stokea, William T., Watartown, N. Y. 1 

[8tone,'cisrendon"A., deceaaed. 
Stone, Dw la-tat C, Canaan, Ct. 

Stone, Edward G., , N. H. 

BUM, Edward 1'., Arkdale, Mich. 

Stone! Hellr^J.^Charlr-monl.Mwj!. J 
Stone, James P., Dalton, N. H. 
Stone, John V.. Montpeller, Vt. 
•Stone, Levi H., Caatleton, Vt. 

Bton^'RofllnS., Chatham, N. J. 
Stone, Sidney, A • " 
Storer, Frederic I 
Btorer, Hen 

Storr«; Richard" b" Brio klyp " n" Y. 
Storra, Sylvester D., Topeka, Kan. 
Stoutenberg, Luke I., Bcriooley'e Mot. 

utn, S. S. 
Stover, Wealey M., A. B. C. P. if. 
Blowe, Charlea E., Hsriford, Ct. 
Stowcll, Ablish. WLiielierirt.iii. Maes. 

Stowell. Alei.D., ™ l: " " 

Stress nburgb, Geo 
Street, George E„ 

S Street, Owen, dec 
trleby, Michael!' 



Sutherland, William L., Medford, Minn. 240 
Bwab, Ellaa F., St. Loula, llo. 14, 248 

Bwain, Auirnsiua C, Atkinaoo, N. H. 2*0 

Swallow, Joseph E„ Wlndaor. Maaa. 21g 

Swift! Clarence P.', Saratoga Bprinra, N, T. 282 

Swift, Ellphalet T. , Denmark. lo. 346 

Swing, Albert T-, Detroit, Mich. 221 

Bwinnerton, WlllUm T„ PlalnHeld, Vt. 

SwttMT, O. J., W. Tt 

Sylveater, Charlea, F. 

By ml ngtun, Charlea, Litchnel 

fade, Ewlng O., East Bawley, a 

Tall, Jay IT., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TafreBrt, Charles K., ft. Isnace. Mich. 



*KeadeM„N. Y. 61 

i, Alexander, Altken, Minn. 

iStriiiiri-r, birth, 8|-rl<.g Valley, III. 1- 

Htrt'jiK, (.'Imrii'i, rjniMhport, Pa. 
Stroog Charles B., Wt.l Suffleld, Ot. 
[Strong, David A., deceased. 

Strong. David H., (Vt.J 

Strom;, Edward, Bo.loo, Mass. 



osbend. Vt. 
ling Hill., Mil 
eh Be Id, Ct. 



M, S 



t, Benjamin. Colt 



IS, Coll 



nrtlle, HI. 

a, Norrldgewock, Me, 



Tappan, Charlea L., Concord, N. I 

Tamil, Daniel D.,Topafleid,Maae. 948 
[Tarboi, Increaae N., deceaaed. 

Taaker, John O., Linwood, Seb. 14, 2S« 

Tavlor, Ain.itW., Ruthtllle, N. Y. 282 

Tuylur, I 'liariea B., Atwood, Kan. 164 

T„vk,v, Chariot I.. Cereaco. Mich. 222,4 

Tuyiur, Iv.vidF., Peacadero, Cal. 28 

'I'iLvK.:-, i: -Laiird, Cortland, N. Y. 2T4 

TaVl-.v. Gtnrte E., Indlanola, Neb. 360 

TuvlMr, liniliiirn, Hartford, Ct. 100 

■[i.vl.T, ll.in.e J., Anaoortea, W. T. 324 

T..yi...L-, .Tni...... F., Saugetnek Mien. 340 

■|"v:'!-.''l.''i''r]>lah,"Boaton, Maaa. 348 
Tuy - 1 1 r . .lolin G,,Melroae Highland*, Ma. 206 

'I'nylr.r, .1. l'h.-lpa, Andover.Maai. 63, 102 

Tuyl.jr, 1-alliMp, Kntland, 111. 345 

T:i, ;.,r, iini-ti-aford, F.irreercllle, Cal. 342 

Taylor. Sinim.il, Hartford, Mich. 228, 3 

Ti.vl.iv, \v„!l:,oe, A. B. C. F. if. 341 

Taylor, Mm. «., 6 W. 36th at., N. Y. 64.273 

T. I. !. K,)« ;l r,l S., SomervlIle.Maai. 212 

Tebbotta. Arthur H., Olenooe, Minn. 238 

Teele, Albert K-, Blue Hill, Maaa. 20* 

Teel, William H., Walpole, N. H. 208 
Teller, Daniel W., Sherburne. N. I 
Temple, Charlea, Otaego. Mich. 



r ... .oalah H., Frn, 

Temple, Wm. H. G., Sheflleld 



nghan 






ney. Char 



i. Cheel 



ard 1'., Weat N'ewfleld, Me. 
> M., Clevelan I, U. 

■kill,-. Cleveland O. 

IrdB., Jefferl" 



Strong, John M ; , 



.V-, Cor 



olph, Vt. 
)UBCh'riaii Tei 



...... . e.w v: 

litrf.i-.i-; Sidney D., Ml. Vernon, O, 

Strong, William !■;., It.-v.M-ly, Maaa. II 

:>tnb'itu^""\^lk.r.ril."|.'"'.'i'kfo'rt, likk, 
Elmbbn, it.ih.vt S-, Tucuma, W. T. 
[Btnrgea, Albert A., deceaaed, 
Sturvea, Charlea L., Uicondldu, Cal. 
Sturgea, Frederick E„ Natick, Mail. 
[Bturgei, Thomai B„ deceased, 
eiuj-n.vant.-Tuli.in V.. il,-vA:md. I). 
Stnrtevaot, Win. H., Little Complon, R. 1 
Sileea, William, McCooH, Neb. 



Tewkabury, Geo. A., Cam bridge port, 
Tewksbury, George F., Oiford, Me. 
Thain, AleianderU, Galeaburg, IU. 
Thayer, Henry X., Longmonl, Col. 

Thayer' J. Henry,' Cambridge! Mail. 
Thayer, Oramcl F., Marlboro, Vt. 
Thayer, Peter IS., Garland, Me. 
Thayer, Thatcher, Newport, R. I, 
Thayer, William M., Franklin, Maaa. 
Thing, Mllo J. P., Omaha, Neb. 
Thomas, Evan, Vershlro, Vt. 



The mar 

Thomas 



Ileuen.Brookllne, Mat. 



1888.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



399 



Thomas, Richard H., Gait, Cal. 92 

Thomas, Robert D., Knoxvllle, Tenn. 310 
Thomas, Thomas, Red Oak, Io. 346 

Thomas, Thomas P., Newton Falls, O. 294 
Thomas, William A., Conway, Mass. 14, 198 
♦Thomas, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 272 
Thome, Arthur M., Jefferson, III. 138 

♦Thome, James A., Clarks. Neb. 254 

Thomson, A. Eugene, Tatlmadge, O. 298 

♦Thompson, Albert H., Raymond, N . H. 266 
Thompson, Alexander, Bartlett,Ill. 14, 132 
Thompson, Augustus C., Roxbury, Mass. 194 
Thompson, Chas. W., Westminster, Vt. 322 
Thompson, Frank, Valparaiso , Chili, 341 
Thompson, G-eorge, Oberlin, O. 353 

Thompson, George W., Strathara, N. H. 351 
Thompson, Howard 8., Guy's Mills, Pa. 304 
Thompson, James B., A. B. C. F. M. 341 
Thompson, J. Chas., W. Mill Grove, O. 353 
Thompson, John C, Gustavus, O. 292 

Thompson, Leander, North Woburn, Ms. 348 
Thompson, M. M., Chicago, 111. 345 

Thompson, Mitchell, Goliad, Tex. 312 

Thompson, Nathan, Elgin, 111. 345 

Thompson, Oren C, Detroit, Mich. 349 

Thompson, William, Hartford, Ct. 67, 343 

Thompson, William 8., Newington, N. H. 266 
♦Thornton, James B., Scarboro, Me. 347 

Thorpe, John, Mont Vernon, N. H. 266 

•Thrall, Homer, Columbus, O. 290 

Thrall, J. Brainerd^Salt Lake City, U. 313 
Thrall, Samuel R., West Salem, Wis. 354 

Thrall, William H., Tomah, Wis. 336 

♦Thrush, J. Walter, Utica, Mich. 349 

Thurston, Charles A. G., Laconia, N. H. 264 
Thurston, Henry W. L., Boscawen, N. H. 260 
Thurston, John R., Whitinsville, Mass. 208 
Thurston, Oakley B., Pinckney, Mich. 226, 30 
Thurston, Philander, Sutton, Mass. 210 

Thurston, Richard B., Stamford, Ct. 106 

Thwing, Charles F., Minneapolis, Minn. 240 
Thwing, Edward P., Brooklyn, N. Y. 351 
Thygeson.Hanson E.,Cen. Lebanon,Me. 14, 182 
♦Thyng, John H., W. R. Junction, Vt. 354 
Tibbets, Dallas D., Ogden, Io. 158 

Tibbets, Jackson, Antigo, Wis. 354 

Ticknor, Charles H., Onekama, Mich. 230 
[Tillotson, George J., deceased. 
Tilton, George H., Rehobotb, Mass. 210 

Tingley, Edwin 8., Dudley, Mass. 348 

Tinker, Joseph E., Sinclairville, N. Y. 351 
Tisdale, William R., Townsend, Mass. 348 
Titcomb, Philip, Kensington, N. H. 264 

Titsworth, Judson, Milwaukee, Wis. 332 

Titus, Herbert It., Alburgh Springs, Vt. 314 
Tobey, Isaac F., Rocklin, Cal. 96 

Tobey, Rufus B., Fitchburg, Mass. 348 

Tobias, John J., Bloomington, 111. 132 

Todd, Alwin E., Westhampton, Mass. 216 
Todd, David E., Highland, Kan. 168 

Todd, Henry C, Peshtigo, Wis. 334 

Todd, John, Tabor, Io, 346 

Todd, John E., New Haven, Ct. 110 

Todd, John W., Barnesville, Minn. 236 

Todd, Quintus C, Centre Point, Io. 152 

Tomblen, Charles L., Pepperell, Mass. 210 
Tomes, Isaac N., La Salle, 111. 138 

Tomlin, David R., Redfield, Dak. 344 

Tomlinson, J. Logan, Simsbury, Ct. 343 

Tomlinson, Joseph A., Orlando, Fla. 128 

Tompkins, Frank P., Claremont, N. H. 260, 322 
Tompkins, James, Chicago, 111. 56, 345 

Tompkins, William R., Wrentham, Mass. 218 
Tooker, John F., Jetmore, Kan. 346 

♦Torbet, Albert, Grand Blanc, Mich. 226 

Torrey, Charles C, Harvard, Mass. 202 

Torrey, Henry A. P., Burlington, Vt. 354 

Torrey, Joseph, Bar Harbor, Me. 180 

Torrey, Reuben A., Minneapolis, Minn. 350 
Towle, Charles A., Cedar Rapids, Io. 346 
Towle, James A., Norfolk, Ct. 343 

Towne, Joseph H., Andover, Mass. 348 

Towne, Salem D., Hampden, Me. 14, 5, 182 
Tracy, Alfred E., Foxboro, Mass. 200 

Tracy, Isaac B., Brandon, Wis. 328, 36 



Tracy, James E., A. B.C. F. M. 341 

Trask, John L. R., Springfield, Mass. 348 

Treiber, Daniel J., A. B. C. F. M. 16, 341 

Triffit, James M., Mary 8 vi lie. O. 294 

Trowbridge, John P., Bethlehem, Ct. 102 

Trueblood, Jasper, Mauckport, Ind. 146 

Trumbull, David, Valparaiso, Chili, 341 

Trumbull, H. Clay, Philadelphia, Pa. 353 

Tubb, William H., Martinez, Cal. 92 

Tuck, J. Webster, Middletown, Ct. 343 

luck, Mark W., Standish, Mich. 232 

Tucker, John F., Mattoon, 111. 14, 138 

Tucker, Joshua T., Boston, Mass. 348 

Tucker, Wm. J., Andover, Mass. 16, 63, 192 
Tuckerman, Fred W., Falls Church, Va. 324* 
Tufts, James, Monson, Mass. 348 

Tunnell, Robert M., Manhattan, Kan. 168 

Tupper, Henry M., Concord, 111. " 138 

Tupper, Leland E., Post Mills, Vt. 14, 322 
Turner, Edwin B., Owego, N. Y. 351 

Turner, Herbert B., Washington, Ct. 114 

Turner, W. Jay, Albion, Neb. 252 

[Turner, William W., deceased, 41 

Tutbill, Edward B., San Miguel, Cal. 96 

Tattle, Charles F. , Clare, Mich. 222 

Tuttle, John E., Westport, Ct. 116 

Tuttle, William G., Worcester, Mass. 15, 348 
Twichell, Joseph H., Hartford, Ct. 106 

Twining, Kinsley, 256 Broadway, N. Y. 351 
Twitchell, Justin E., New Haven, Ct. 110 

Twombly, Alexander 8., Charlestown, Ms. 194 
♦Tyler, Amory H., Camden, Me. 180 

Tyler, Charles M., Ithaca, N. Y. 276 

Tyler, Henry F., Allegan, Mich. 220 

Tyler, Henry M., Northampton, Mass. 348 
Tyler, Josiah, A. B. G. F. M. 341 

Tyler, William S., Amherst, Mass. 348 

[ Underwood, Almon, deceaxed, 42 

Underwood, Rufus S., Northampton, Mass. 348 
Updyke, Stephen G., Brookings, Dak. 344 
Upson, Henry, New Preston, Ct. 343 

Upton, Augustus G., Syracuse, N. Y. 351 
Upton, John R., Sibley, Io. 846 

Upton, Jona. 8., Shelby Iron Works, Ala. 342 
Utley, Wells H., Parsons, Kan. 346 

Utter wick, Henry, Grand Rapids, Mich. 349 
Uzzell, Charles 8., Los Angeles, Cal. 342 

Uzzell, Thomas A., Denver, Col. 100 

Vaile, Charles 8., Martinez, Cal. 94 

Vaill, Henry M., Marlborough, Ct. 108 

Vaill, William K., Enfield, Mass. 15, 348 

Valentine, Fletcher A., Lake Grove, N. Y. 278 
Van Allen, Frank, A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Van Antwerp, John, Augusta, Mich. 220 

Van Auken, Abram, Potterville, Mich. 349 
Van Auken, Chauncy F.,W.Wfhdsor, Mich. 349 
Van Auken, Helmas H., Alpena, Mich. 220 
Van Auken, Jno. C, Sault St. Marie, Mich. 349 
Van Camp, Albert J., East Saginaw, Mich. 349 
Van Dalnem, Henry A., Bloomer, Wis. 328 
Van Eps, Frank 8., Western Springs, 111. 138 
Van Home, Mablon, Newport, R. I. 308 

Van Norden, Charles, Suffleld, Ct. 344 

♦Van Swearingen, O. M., Evansville, Wis. 830 
Van Wagner, Allen J., Creston, Io. 152 

Van Wagner, James M., Green Ridge, Mo. 246 
Veazie, Walter C, Wichita, Kan. 15, 346 

Vetter, John, Eldon, Mo. 246 

Viets, Francis H., East Woodstock, Ct. 116 
Vincent, John H., Chelmsford, Mass. 214 

Vincent, Samuel L., Bridge water, Vt. 314 
Virgin, Samuel H., 16 E. 125th st., N. Y. 278 
Vittum, Edmund M., Guilford, Ct. 106 

Vivian, Richard, Freeport, Mich. 220, 4 

Vogler, Henry, Grand View, Io. 154 

♦Von Qualen, Hans J., Chicago, 111. 14 

Voorhees, Louis B., Salem, Mass. 212 

Vorce, Juba Howe, Essex, Ct. 104 

Vose, James G , Providence, R. I. 308 

Votaw, Elihu H., Geneva, O. 292 

Vrooman, Frank B., Independence, Kan. 14, 168 
Vulliett, Louis, Highland, 111. 137 

Wade, William G., Sanford, Me. 186 

Wadhams, Jonathan, Ashfield, Mass. 192 

Wadsworth, Charles, Worcester, Mass. 14, 218 



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Wadsworth, Thomas A., Milwaukee, Wis. 354 
•Wagner, John U., Hawley, Pa. 858 

Walnwright, George W., Blair, Neb. 850 

Wait, Foster R , Hockanum, Ct. 104 

[Wakefield, William, deceased, 42 

♦Walbridge, Everett L., Jonesport, Me. 182 
Walcott, Dana M., Rutherford, N. J. 851 

Walcott, Frank N., , Minn. 3oO 

Waldo, Levi F. t Pentwater, Mich. 230 

Waldron, George B., Benson, Vt. 14, 314 

Wales, Frederick H., Tulare. Cal. 342 

Walker, Avery 8., Canton, N. Y. 15, 351 

Walker, Charles 8., Amherst. Mass. 348 

Walker, George F., Freetown, Mass. 200 

Walker, George L., Hartford, Ct. 108 

[Walker, James B., deceased, 42 

Walker, James 8., Mcintosh, Ga. 130 

Walker, Joseph E., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Walker, Joseph N., Island Pond, Vt. 14, 314 
♦Walker, Theodore C, Keosauqua, Io. 156 
Walker, William, Alderly, Wis. 344 

Walker, William, Milton, Wis. 344 

Walkup, Alfred C, A. B.C. F. M. 341 

Wall, Arthur A., Clifton, 111. 134 

Wallace, Cyrus W., Manchester, N. H. 264 
Wallace, George R., Springfield, 111. 142 

Wallace, Patterson W., Grayville, 111. 132, 40 
Wallace, Robert W., Wakefield, Mass. 15, 214 
Wallace, Btryker A., Billings, Mort. 250 

Walters, Thomas W., Colfax, W. T. 354 

Walters, William, Hastings, Neb. 254 

Walton, Richard C, Highmore, Dak. 120 

Walton, W., Steuben St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 351 
•Wanamaker, H. S., Geneva, Neb. 14, 6, 254 
Warburton, Charles Indianapolis, Ind. 345 
Ward, Arthnr N., Pembroke, N. H. 266 

Ward, Earl J., Hyde Park, Vt. 318 

Ward, Ferdinand J., Sanborn ton, N. H. 14,266 
Ward, Hiram Q . Pecatonica, 111. 140 

Ward, Joseph. Yankton, Dak. 844 

Ward, William H., 251 Broadway, N. Y. 351 
Warfield, Franke A., Brockton, Mass. 196 
Warner, Aquila, Odell. 111. 140 

Warner, Charles C, Alton, 111. 132 

Warner, Herbert E., Midland, Io. 158, 62 

Warner, Lyman, Salisbury, Ct. 344 

Warner, Peter, Los Angeles, Cal. 342 

Warner, Pliny F., Havana, 111. 345 

Warner, Samuel, Dundee, Mich. 349 

Warner, William J., Clear Lake, Wis. 328 
Warner, Wilmond A., Hubbardton, Vt. 14,318 
Warren, Albert, Lake Benton, Minn. 238 

Warren, Israel P., Portland, Me. 347 

Warren, James H., San Francisco, Cal. 56, 342 
Warren, Leroy^Lansing, Mich. 16, 56, 349 

[Warren, Waters, deceased. 
Warren, William F., Springfield, Mass. 849 
Warren, William H., Cincinnati, O. 14, 5, 290 
Washburn, Charles H., Berlin, Mass. 194 

♦Washburn, George, Constantinople, 341 

Washburn, George T., A. B. C. F. M. 341 
Washburn, George Y., Everett, Mass. 198 
Wa-tell, William P., Clinton, Mich. 349 

Waterman, Alfred T., Bancroft, Mich. 220 
Waterman, James H., Pewaukee, Wis. 354 
Waterman, Wm. A., Kalamazoo Mich. 220, 6 
Waters, George F., Hancock. Mich. 226 

Waters, Otis B M Benzonia, Mich. 220 

Waters, T. Frank, Ipswich, Mass. 202 

Wathen, Charles 13., Orono, Me. 184 

♦Watkins, Hiram W. H., [N. Y.] 352 

Watson, Albert, Hampstead, N. H. 262 

Watson, Charles C , Wareham, Mass. 216 

[Watson, Charles P., deceased, 43 

Watson, John T., River Falls, Wis. 344 

Watson, Thomas, Stockholm Depot, N. Y. 352 
Watson, Wra. H., Valley Springs, Dak.124, 256 
Watt, David G., Pinellas, Fla. 344 

Watts, John W., Lafayette, Or. 353 

Way, William H., Brier Hill, N. Y. 278 

Weasre, Edward D., National City, Cal. 94 
Webb, Edwin B., Wellesley, Mass. 194 

Webb, Stephen W., So. Hadley Falls, Ms. 212 
[Webb, Wilson E., deceased. 
Webber, Edwin E., Mantorville, Minn. 238 
Webster, Asher C, Benzonia, Mich. 230 



Webster, Frank G., Passaic Brdg, N. J. 16, 270* 
Webster, George J., Ashland, Or. 334 

Webster, Robert M., Los Angeles, Cal. 342- 
Weeden, Charles F. t Colchexter, Ct. 104 

Wceden, William O., Springfield, Vt. 320 

Weeks, Frank M., Bonne Terre, Mo. 14, 350- 
Weidman, Peter, Deshler, Neb. 252, 46 

Weitzel, Charles T., Santa Barbara, Cal. 96 
Welch, Moses C, Pomona, Fla. 128 

[Weld on, Salmon R., deceased, 43 

[Weller, John Q. A., deceased, 43 

Welles, Clayton, Englewood, 111. 134 

Wellman, .Joshua W., Maiden, Mass. 349 

Wellman, Wheeler M., Wyandotte, Kan. 346 
Wells, Andrew J., Long Beach, Cal. 342 

Wells, George W., Lowell, O. 353 

Wells, James, Douglas, Mass. 198 

Wells, James D., Ames, Io. 150- 

Wells, John A., Oxford, Mich. 230 

Wells, John H., Kingston, R. I. 353 

Wells, Moses H., Northfield, Mass. 34£ 

Wentz, Horace A., [Wis.] 354 

West, James W., Onarga, 111. 134, 40 

West, Lester L., Fort Dodge, Io. 154 

West, Perley B., Ontario, 111. 140 

Westervelt, William D., Denver, Col. 100 

Westgate, Ansel W., Jackson, Mich. 349 

Westlake, Cassius M., Antwerp, N. Y. 272 
Westpfahl, Fred. W., W. Spring Creek, Pa.306 
[Wetberby, Charles, deceased, 44 

whalley, John, Middleville, Mich. 226, 8 

Whalley, John T., Lawrence, Mass. 204 

Wheat, Nathaniel M., Vinita, I. T. 148 

Wheeler, Crosby H., A. B. C. F. M. 341 

Wheeler, Edward P., Beloit, Wis. 354 

Wheeler, John E., Maiden, Mass. 349 

Wheeler, Orvllle G., South Hero, Vt. 320 

Wheeler, Robert F., Hartford, Ct. 106 

Wheeler, Sheldon H., Long Beach, Cal. 342 
Wheeler, Wilson Cy Alma, Kan. 164 

Wheelock, Albert H., Topsham, Me. 188 

Wheelock, Edwin, Cambridge, Vt. 314 

Wheelock, Rufus A., Sherman, Tex. 812 

Wheelwright, John B., Minneapolis, Minn. 350 
Wherland, James D., Verdella, Mo. 248 

Whidden, Richard 8., Marshfield, Mass. 206 
Whitby, Henry J., Pittston, Pa. 304 

Whitcomb, Cyrus B., Derby, Ct. 344 

White, Austin B., San Diego, Cal. 342 

White, Charles A., Princeton, Mass. 210 

White, Frank N., A.B.C.FM. 341 

White, George E., Waverly, Io. 14, 162. 

White, George H., Grinnell, Io. 346 

White, Isaac C, Scotland, Mass. 196 

White, James W., Wauwatosa, Wis. 338 

White, John W., Longmont, Col. 343 

White, Lorenzo J., Green Bay .Wis. 330 

White, Lyman, Wakefield, N. H. 268 

White. Orlando H., Essex Junction, Vt. 316 
Whitehill, John, South Attleboro, Mass. 192 
Whitelaw, James D., River Falls, Wis. 14, 336- 
Whiting, Lyman, William stown, Mass. 318 
Whitlock, Frank M., North Monroeville, 0. 294 
Whitman, John S., Canfield, O. 288 

Whitney, Henry M., Beloit, Wis. 354 

Whitney, Joel F., Jamaica, Vt. 318 

Whiton, James M., 112 W. 20th St., N.Y.14, 278- 
Whittaker, John W., Nashville, Tenn. 14, 310 
Whittier, Charles, Dennysville, Me. 180 

Whittlesey, Chas. T., Carrington, Dak. 14, 118 
Whittlesey, Charles M. , Saratoga, N. Y. 352 
Whittlesey, Eliphalet, Washington, D. C. 344 
[Whittlesey, Joseph, deceased, 44 

Whittlesey, Martin K., Ottawa, 111. 345 

Whittlesey, Nathan H., Evanston, 111. 14, 136 
Whittlesey, William, New Haven, Ct. 344 
Whyte, George, Huntsburgh, O. 292 

Wiard, H. De Forest, Mitchell, Dak. 56, 344 
Wickett, Richard, Providence, R. I. 353 

Wickham, Jos. D., Manchester, Vt. 354 

Wiggins, Aaron W., Ashton, Mo. 246 

Wight, Charles A., Anthony, Kan. 164 

Wight, Daniel, Natick, Mass. „ 349 

Wikoff, Henry H., Sonoma, Cal. 96 

Wilcox, Asher H., Norwich Town, Ct. 344 
Willcox, Charles F., Lowell, Mass. 204- 



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LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



4°, Afeisodri 



Wjlcos, 9eth 

Wikui, Wnrr.n P.. Ada, Mich. 21 

Wilms, William C . Keene Valley, IT. Y. 
Wlllci.x, William H., Maiden, Mass. 
Wild, Azel W„ Charlotte, VI. 
Wild.TUivnrd P., Mnn^rster. Vl. 1 1 

•Wild*, Jamet, Humboldt, Ku. If 

Wilder, (1, ::.r II,- \., J. /(. C.F.M. 

Wilder. .],■!, n C N..-rihw-:,r.d, In. 
AVilrter, Pedswick 1'., Janesville, Win. 14, i 
Wiitlcy. .folm K.. I'rniidencc, R. L 

Will:-.r,.l,ilL'I)lv,Wn('dlni>nM V ..Cilkii'nU,ll 
Willurd, James L., Westville, Ct. 
Wlll«rd,.l,,bD,nerurab, lo. 
fWillard. Samuel G., deceased, 
Wlllett, Mahlon, Baota Crtii. Cal. 
Willr-v, Aiwin, SortbHeld, Minn. 



Willey, Charle-, 
Willey, (JamuelH.. 

Willty, Worcester, 



1 lid, ,■.-.■! 



.1, Cal. 



an, Norih 

William., Augustus W., Cheyenne, Wyo. 3 
Williams, Benjamin H.. Walerv,1l,.. X. Y. I 

*WI ™, Charles H.. Merlden,Ct. 1 

Willimr.H, DjividT- Lift.nn Centre-. S. V. 3 
Williams, D. Thomas, Madrid, NY. a 

Wlllfira, Edward F„ Chicago, III. 1 

Williams, Edward M.. Nortbfield, Minn. 2 

Wir.isrns, Ed v. iilE., Elviio, O. ' '.'. 

Willinms.HUwln 3.. Mmne appoll*, Mltm 
Williams, Francis, O 1 — "- "* 
Williams, Francis F. 
Williams. George W.. ___. 
WlillamH, Henry 8. Allien. 
Williams, Horace R . Clint 
Williams, Hugh R., Floyd. 



Hartford, C 



ns, John E., Underhlll, 



'<""■ 



n M„ Chicago, 111, 






iatban W„ Provider. 



Willkmie, nqulre, l.n Fourche, La. 
Williams, Thomas P., Window, Ma. 11 

Wllllami, William [)., liee-rticld, N. Y. 
" uD„ Tulare, Cal. 



Williams, Will Ian 



Wll!lam_. „ 

Willis, Josfah G., Dana, Mass 
Willi., J. Vincent, Plankinton 
Wilson, Edwin P., Woodlbrda, 
Wilson, Frederick A., BUIerlci 
Wilson, George E.-PUtafbrd. 
Wilson, Qtargt H., Hinsdale, 
Wi lum, Gowcn Q„ Windsor,, 



Wilson, John S„ Bridgeport, Ct. 
Wilson, Levin, Cynthiamu Lid. 
Wilson, Lewis, Oakland City, Ind. 
Wilson. Then. B., Muskagon, Mkb. 
Wilson, Thomas, Eaton. N. Y. 
WilHon, William. D> 



1 wight, 
., •ik.'.ic 



Wplenti. William 11 , Ontario, Cal. 
Wolfe, Jo Heph. Whalcom, W. T. 
Wood. Abel 8., Philadelphia, Sf. Y. 
Wood, Charles F., Forest Grove, Or. 
Wood, Churles W., Briilgewater, Mat 
Wood, Clark C, Bedford, Mich. 
Wood, Franklin P.. ,icton, Mjihb. 
Wbod, Frederick C, Clio, Mich. 1 
Wood, George L, Ellington, Ct. 
•Wood, Jesse, Paradise. Cal. 



Wood, Melvln C, Harrison, Vlch. lis 

Wood, Reuben R„ Clear Lake. lo. 158 

Wood,' Sumner'G., Kail River, Mass. 200 

Wood, Will C, Boston, Mass. 349 

[Wood, William, deceased, 41 

Woodbrldge,RlchBrdG.,Morrisanla,N.Y. 278 
Woodbory, Frink P., Minneapolis, Minn. 240 
Woodbury, Webster, IDIford, Mass. a» 

Wuodfuck, Henrv E.. Kansas City. Mo. 3BO 
Woodhull, Jobn A.,Mlddlefleld, Mass. 209 
Woodin, Simeon F., A. B. C. F. 3f. 341 

Wood mansee, William, St. Lools,Mich. 220, 32 
Woodruff. Alfred E., Oberlin, O. SSI 

Woodruff. Frank E., Brunswick, Me. 347 

Woodruff, Henry C, Black Roek, Ct. 102 

Woodard, Francis U., Anna'wan, III. 132 



odworth, Frank I}., Tongnloo, Miss. 15, 14* 
udwonh, lleiirvl>.,CaNibridi;epi>rt,Mi,, 
o,l M.inh, Horace B., Grand Forks, Dak.844 
odworlb, L. S„ Providence, R. I. 16, 343 
odworth, Richard, Salem, Mich. 232 

odworth, William W„ Bsrlln.Ct. 102 

allay, Joaepb J., Pawtucket, R. I. 308 



\\i. ■■!,■;< ... i.. », .ir, \;., : ,i 
IWrij.nL Chr.uncv D„ dec.eas-d. 

tvii^i'l; !-. , 'i"-' ! V i\ .'i.'i'-'-.'. 'i.V-^-.ni. 

"<-'-■ ' -'— ' '- "1,,-rli.i. u. 

,1, \V.^...I, 

mil.. Pull Uanilao.M 

:.'.'n'"li-, Suii'h Putblo.Col. 100 
in'l G , l!i-,j..,k,LI!e. Kao. 104 

i, : i- K.V.. Rurea, Ky. 18,84» 

'liiirm'u.VvW Uillnin, Ct. lo, 103 
ntis, Wiif/tville. Minn. 240,2 

It. .Miei.M.-, Iti-.l-l.M.Dak. 10,124 



rt E, Boston, Mass. 



>, Mlddlefleld, Ct. 



Zercher, Henry J., Las Veg 



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LIST OF LICENTIATES REPORTED. 

This list contains the names of those apparently reported a* under care, with ref- 
erences to the pages where any such are mentioned as supplying churches. It in- 
cludes also some names starred (*), which denotes that these persons, while reported 
as supplying ohurches, are not reported to be approbated by, or under the care of, 
any Congregational organization. 

Further. 1. This list does not agree with the number eiven in State Minutes, 
because all ordained since the lists were reported are here dropped. 2. The post- 
office addresses are often delusive, the place being that of temporary service only. 
3. Names followed by State only are of person approved in the State mentioned, no 
residence being reported, 4. The list is incomplete, because some States make 
no full report of licentiates. 5. The contracted name of a State in brackets means 
that the name was reported by that State, although the person resides elsewhere. 



♦Abbott, Richard, laypr., Portland, Me. 180 

Adkins, James B. [Ct.J 

Alford, James C. [Mass. J 

Anderson, Willis A. [Mass.] 196 

Avery, Holly H., Alma, Kan. 

*Baker, Louise 8., Nantucket, Mass. 206 

Baker, William L., Oakland, Cal 

Barrows, Nathan, Winter Park, Fla. 

Bartlett, William J., laypr., Lee, Mass. 

•Bell, William L., Mt. Washington, Mass. 

Birnie, Douglas P. [Ct.] 

Bixby, James W. [Mass.] 

Blackman, Virgil W., lay pr. t Grafton, N. H. 

♦Blanchard, Edward B., Orfordville,N. H. 266 

Bland, N. A., Lecompton, Kan. 

Bliss, LeonD. [N. H.i 

•Board man, Charles P., Magnolia, Io. 156 

Bourne, Henry E. [Ct.] 

Boyer, Charles L., Omaha, Neb. 

Brainerd, Pres. Ezra, Middlebury, Vt. 

Bray, Henry E., Bangor, Me. 

Bridgrnan, Howard A., Boston, Mass. 

Bridie, James, Little Rock, Ark. 

Buckham, John W., Conway, N. H. 262 

Buckham, l*re%. M.H., D. D., Burlington, Vt. 

Buell, Lewin F. [Ct.] 

Bulbulian, Casper H. [Mass.] 

Burr, Hanford M. [Ct. | 

Burr, William N., Silverton, Col. 100 

Burroughs, Charles F., Phillips, Me. 186 

Burt, Enoch H. [Ct.] 

*Camfield, Lewis E., Letcher, Dak. 120, 2 

Oary, Empson, [Ct.] 

Carleton, Edwin H., Revillo, Dak. 124 

♦Carleton, Isaac N., Haverhill, Mass. 202 

Uarter, F., Pres., Williamstown, Mass. [Ct.] 

■Chandler, Edward H., Auburndale, Mass. 

Chase, Abram L., Oakland, Cal. 

■Chavez, Ezekiel C., Cubero, N. M. 

Childs, L. S., Geneva, Kan. 

Chunn, Mark W., Mechanicsville, Md. [Ct.] 

Clark. Calvin M. [Ms.] 

Cole, Samuel V., Andover, Mass. 

Cole, William I. [N. H.] 

Coston, William H., New Haven, Ct. 

♦Covell, A. I., Fremont, Mich. 224 

Crafts, Frederic A., North Truro, Mass. 

Crosby, James H., Bangor, Me. 

Crouch, William 8., Maple Hill, Kan. 117, 9 

Crowell, Edward P., Prof , Amherst, Mass. 

Cumraings, George J . Howard Univ., 

Washington, D. C. [N. HJ 
Curry, David, Whittaker, Mich. 
Curtis, William C, Whately, Mass. 218 

Dailey, Will am H. P. f Ct.] 
* Daley, Charles M., Willow Lake, Dak. 124 
♦Davidson, W. W., Big Rapids, Mich. 220 
Denison, Tristram R., New Bedford, Mass. 
Derome, Jules A., Quebec [Mass.] 
Deterine, Henry A., Oakland, Cal. 
♦Didricksen, 8evrin K., Chicago, 111. 134 

Dinsmore, Charles A., Whitney ville, Ct. 106 



Dinsmore, Edward F., Mt. Shasta, Cal. 94 
*Dole, Charles J ., Caatalia, O. 288 

Drew, Francis L., Bluehill, Me. 178 

Duncan, William W. [Ct.] 
♦Dutton, Charles H., Bethel, Vt. 314 

Eastman, George P., Framingham, Mass. 142 
*Edmands, Thomas M., Chelmsford, Mass. 124 
Ellms, Louis, Ellsworth Falls, Me. 182 

El well, L. H , Northampton, Mass. 
Emerson, Nicholas, Osborne, Kan. 
Emerson, Samuel F., Pro/., Burlington, Vt. 
Field, A. P., Halleck, Cal. 82 

Fish, Dana, Wellington, N. Y. 284 

Fiske, Arthur S., [Ct.] 

*Fitch, Lucius R , Washta, Io. 162 

Folger, Allen, Concord, N. H. 

Ford, John F., Sevastopol, Io. 

Ford, John H., Winter Park, Fla. 

Foster, Granville F., Sunol Glen, Cal. 

Frary, E. M., Coleraine, Mass. 

Frederick, Henry A., Douglass, Pa. [Mass.] 

Frederick, Henry A., Croydon, N. H. 

Freeman, George R., Gettysburg, Pa. [Ct.] 

Gable, Abraham [Io.] 

Gardner, Harvey D. J. [Ct.] 

♦Garver, Leonard J., Olympia, W. T. 232 

George, William A. [Ct.] 

Greeley, Clarence D., New Haven, Ct. [Kan.] 

Greene, Fred. D., Monona, Io. [Ct.] 

Greenough, James C., Westfield, Mass. 

Grover, Edward O., Arlington, Mass. 

Gunn, Frank F., E. Lake George, N. Y. [Mass.] 

Hale, Ed eon D., Oakland, Cal. 

Harbutt, Charles, Bangor, Me. 180 

Harrison, Thomas, Cleveland [Io.] 

Haven, Egbert D., Oakland, Cal. 

♦Henneck, William H., Lyle, W. T. 232 

Henry, Miss Emma K., Clarksville, Neb. 

Hermon, John E., [Ct.] 

Hill, Edward M., Beloit, Wis. [Mass.] 

Hodgdon, Thomas M. [Mass.] 

♦Holman, David A ., Chester, Mich. 222 

Holyoke, George T., Axtell, Kan. 

Hoover, Clinton D., Smithsburg, Md. [Ct.] 

♦Horrine, Stephen D., Castana, Io. 150 

Horsford, Thomas J., Hood River, O. 

Howell, Edward B., Fort Bidwell, Cal. 92 

Howell, Edward P., Beloit, Wis. [Mass.] 

Howland, Henry M., Versailles, Mo. 

Huntington, I. C., Pelican Rapids, Minn. 

Hyde, Frank B., Partridge, Kan. 

John, Lewis F. [Ct.] 

Jones, Idrys, Wales [Ct.J 

♦Keene, Aaron H., New England City, Dak. 122 

Kelley, Arthur W., Andover, Mass. 

♦Kengott, George F., Andover, N. H. 260 

Keniston, Luther S., Goffstown, N. H. 268 

Kilburn, Daniel W., Boston, Mass. 

Kingman, Henry, Auburndale, Mass. 

Lee, Joseph, Wakonda, Dak. 

Lewis, Idrys [Ct.] 

Libby, Edward H., Dustin, Neb. 254, 8 



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403 



.] 



•Lloyd, William A., Chicago, 111. 134 

Loorais, Henry W. JOt.] 

Lord, Orlando' M., Bo»t<>n, Mass. 

Lyman, Henry M [Ct.] 

McArrhur, William W., Fertile, Minn. 238 

Mac Donald, John A. [Mas*.] 

McKay, Neil [Me.] 

McKinney, William H., Mountain, I. T. [Ct.] 

Mci.ean, John B. [Ct.]_ 

Mank, Herbert G. [N. Hj 

Marden, A. C., Ithaca, Wis. 

Marsh, Charles B., Kelley, Io. 154 

Martin, John L., Dora, Minn. 

Mason, Philip H. [Ct.] 

Mrtther, J. C, Stockton, Kan. 

Mather, Richard H , Pro/., Amherst, Mass. 

Mathews, George R. [Ct.] 

Maxwell, Leigh B. [Ct.] 

Merrick, Solomon I. [Ct.J 

Miles, Arthur, Stark, 111. 

Milne, Alexander [Ct.] 

Miter, Henry B., Kipon, Wis. [Mass.] 

Moffat, T. C, Clyde, Kan. 

Montague, William L., Amherst, Mass. 

Montgomery, William C, San Mateo, N. M. 

Morse, Henry H. [Ct.] 

Morse, Morris A. 'N. H. 

Miiller, John H. [Ct.] 

•Miiller, John H., Ellsworth, Ct. 112 

Murch, Artemas A. [Ct.] 

*Nason, William W., Dracut, Mass. 198 

Newell, John P., Manchester, N. H. [Mass.] 

Newman, J/t«# E. K., Dial, Kan. 

•Nichols, John F., Bethany, Ct. 102 

^Noyes. Fred. B, Alden, Io. 160 

Noyes, William H., Boston, Mass. 

Nutting, Wallace, Passaic Bridge, N. J. 

Orne, Arthur S., Wentworth, N. H 

Packard. Prof William A., Princeton, 

N. J. [N. H.l 
Page, Charles [Ct J 

•Parrish, George R., Leigh, Neb. 254, 6 

Parsons, Edward S.TCt.J 
•Parsons, Isaac B., Towner, Dak. 124 

Pattison, George W., Bristol, N. H. 
Peet, Edward W. [Ct.] 

Pettengill, Arthur G., Warren, Me. 127 

Pierce, David F., Southbury, Ct. 112 

Pierpont, John, New Haven, Ct. [Me.] 
Piatt, J. E., Manhattan, Kan. 
Poor, William G. [Ct.] 
Potter, Silas A., Boston, Mnss. 
•Pound, Edward H., Herraosa, Dak. 120, 2 
Pratt, David B., Middleboro, Mass. 
Prescott, Harrison, Cambridgeport, Mass. 
Rathbone, Leland D., Oakland, Cal. 
Reid. David C. [Ct.] 
Reynolds, James B. [Ct.] 



Rich, Thomas H., Auburn, Me. 

Richardson, Ernest C, Hartford, Ct. 

•Robinson, P. Y., Winthrop, Me. 190 

•Roger, George, Lyman, Me. 184 

•Rogers, William, Ban Juan, Cal. 96 

•Rollins, George S.. Wilmington, N. C. 286 

•Kunal*, John H., Lisbon, III. 138 

Runyan, William S., Grass Valley, Or. v 300 

Sawyer, Jos. H., Pro/., Easthampton, Mass. 

Schorb, George [Kan.] 

Severance, Charles N. [Ct.] 

Sharp, Robert W., Saugertles, N. Y. [Ct.] 282 

Slack, E. Allen, Providence, R. I. [Mass.] 

Blade, William. Thetford, Vt. [Mass.] 

Slasor, Leroy V., Lenora, Kan. 

Small, H. E., Topeka, Kan. 

Smith, Albert D., Peterboro, N. H. 

Smith, Jonathan G. [Ct.1 

Sneath. Elias H., Columbia, Pa. [OtJ 

Snow, Frank H., Pro/., Lawrence, Kan. 

•Snyder, Hendrick 0., Fruitport, Mich. 

Stanley, Richard C, Pro/., Lewiston, Me. 

Stearns, William F.. Boston, Mass. [Ct.] 

8tevens, Frank W. [Ct.] 

Taylor, Walter P. [Mass.] 

•Teuber, Adolph A., Lynxville, Wis.. 332 

Thayer, Lucius H. [Mass.] 

•Thaush, John O., Pottsville, To. 160 

Thirloway, Timothy, Red Cliff, Col. 100 

Thomas, George E., St. Louis, Mo. 

Titcomb, Arthur [Ct.] 

Travis, David Q., De Soto, Mo. 246 

Tufts, James H., Monson, Mass. 

•Turney, Leander L., Ashby, 111. 132 

♦Van Dyne, John, McAllister, I. T. 

Walker, Isaac, Pembroke, N. H. 

Walker, Williston, Hartford, Ct. 

Warren, Edgar L., Preaque Isle, Me. 186 

•Washburn, Wm. S., Bon Homme, Dak. 118 

•Waters, Frank P., Hadlyme, Ct. 104 

Weston, Bartlett H. 

Wilder, Charles S., Madison, Me. 184 

•Willan, John, Arena, Wis. 328 

Willard, W. W., Decorah, Io. 

•Williamson, James 8., Orrington, Me. 178, 84 

Wills, Zaccheus, Cardonia, Ind. 

Wilson, George A., Providence, R. I. 

Wimby, John L., New Orleans, La. 

•Wisler, Henry 8., Orient, Io. 

Woodrow, Samuel H., Auburn, Me. 

Woodruff, Elijah W. [Ct.] 

Wood worth, Chas. L., jr., Baltimore, Md.[Ms.] 

Wright, Wellborn, Lawrence, Kan. 

Wyard, J. Morley, Car ring ton, Dak. 

*Wyatt, Charles, Arthur, Io. 160 

•Yates, William, Ipswich, Dak. 118, 24 

Young, William S., Black Diamond, W. T. 

Yundt, Thomas M., Allentown, Pa. [Ct.] 



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