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The Academy prepares large classes of young men for the colleges, the 
scientific schools, and in some cases for the professional schools. One hun- 
dred and sixteen candidates went to colleges last year. 

The Faculty consists of sixteen professors and instructors. 

The pupils last year numbered four hundred and forty, over one half of 
whom were from New England, and the others from more distant places. 

The next year begins Sept. 13, 1893, and closes June 21, 1894, with vaca- 
tions at Christmas and at Easter. 

The expenses vary from $250.00 to $500.00 a year, according to the 
accommodations selected. 

The income of the benevolent funds and scholarship endowments amounts 
to five thousand dollars a year. 

The present needs of the Academy are funds for teaching and for build- 
ings, and for various current uses. 

For further information, and for copies of the annual catalogue, address 
Phiscipal Bancroft. 



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It presents extended courses in Latin, Greek, French, German, History, Literature, and Science. 
It provides the best facilities for Music and Drawing. As the seat of several educational insti- 
tutions, Andover offers many incidental benefits, while its proximity to Boston renders the 
advantages of that city easily available. 

Draper Hall furnishes boarding accommodations for all students of English and German, 
distinct floors for Music and Art, a well-lighted Reading Room, and the Library. There are 
suites of two rooms, a parlor and a bed-room, for two persons; large double rooms, and a few 
single rooms. All who study French live in Smith Hall, where that language is the medium of 
conversation, except in recreation time. In this Hall there are only single rooms. 

The College Preparatory Course gives certificate to any College that admits on certificate. 

The total expense, for board, including fuel, lights, and washing, and for tuition, except 
music and drawing, is $400 per annum. 

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REV. HORACE BUMSTEAD, D. D., PRESIDENT. 

The Institution has 600 students, uuder 28 officers and teachers, 
iu all grades of study, from the primary school up through grammar, normal, 
and collegiate courses. 

Industrial Training" is given to boys in wood-working, iron-working, 
mechanical drawing, printing, farming, and shoemaking; and to girls in 
printing, cooking, sewing, dress-making, laundry work, and domestic 
economy. 

The religious training given is thoroughly Christian, but strictly 
unsc'Ctarian. An eminent Georgian recently said : ' ' The public school teachers 
furnished by Atlanta University have not only the education, but also the 
character needed, and they do as good work as is done in the white schools." 

. The 238 graduates from normal and college courses are spreading 
their leavening influence through Georgia and surrounding States. More than 
two thirds are teaching, many being principals of city schools. Hundreds of 
undergraduates are also teaching every summer. As many as 15,000 children 
are taught annually by teachers trained in the University. 

The Property consists of sixty acres of land within the corporate limits 
of Atlanta, four large brick buildings, substantially but very economically 
built, library of 7,000 volumes, apparatus and industrial equipment. Besides 
about $26,000 of invested funds, mostly scholarships, it has no endowment. 

An Endowment of at least $500,000 for current expenses is urgently 
needed, and until it is secured an appeal must be made for annual scholarships 
to carry on the work now organized. 

An annual scholarship of $40 for each student will cover the cost 
of tuition over and above the nominal tuition fees paid by the student. Sun- 
day schools, Christian Endeavor societies, and individuals frequently furnish 
one or more of these scholarships. 

Legacies should be made payable to " The trustees of the Atlanta 
University in Atlanta, Ga." 




THEOLOGICAL HALL. 

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I. The Common English, which has been maintained to meet a continued need on the part 
of many of the patrons of the University. 
11. The Nobmal, which has a course of study extending over four years, beginning with 
' Latin and Algebra. 

III. The College Preparatory, which has a course of study extending over three years, 

beginning with Latin and Algebra, and requiring two years of Greelj. 

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College Preparatory course. 
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culture. There are 150 pupils in this Department. In addition, vocal music is taught 
throughout all the courses of study. The Mozart Society studies and renders the 
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VII. Theological. For the use of this Department the building represented by the above cut 
has been erected by the American Missionary Association. The course of study 
extends over three years. 
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its educational work, which could not be replaced for $350,000. Number of students 52L 

The University is without endowment. The atmual expenses, above the small income from 
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The Scholastic Year, 1893-94, will open September 25th. 

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THE 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 
1893. 



ISSUED, UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE 



NATIOIL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHORCHES OF THE ONITED STATES, 



BV ITS PUBLISHING COMMITTEE, AND CONTAINING THE 



GENERAL STATISTICS OF THOSE CHURCHES FOR THE LAST PREVIOUS YEAR; 



An Alphabetical List of the Congreqationai, Ministers, and of the Officers and 

Students op Congregational Theological Seminaries; The Annual Record of 

Changes; the Vital Statistics op Congregational Ministers deceased in 1892; 

Statements of the National Co-operative Societies; the National and 

State Organizations op Churches; a Summary op the National 

Religious Census of 1890, 



AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



BOSTON: 
CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PUBLISHING SOCIETY. 
1893. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page 

'Contents and Note 2 

Calendar lor 1893-94 3 

Introductory 4 

Treasurer's Statement, July 1, 1893 . 6 

Census of the Churches, 1890 7 

Congregational Church, Wakefield, Mass 10 

Annual Record: 

Churches formed, 11; Ministers Ordained or Installed, 12; Pastors Dis- 
missed, 15; Ministers Married, 16. 
Vital Statistics of Congregational Ministers who died in 1890 .... 17-40 

Congregational Clubs 47 

'The National Societies: 

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

American College and Education Society 51 

American Congregational Association 53 

Congregational Church Building Society 55 

Home Missionary Society 56 

American Missionary Association 58 

Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society .... 60 

New West Education Commission 61 

Ministerial Relief 62 

^Congregational Theological Seminaries: 

Andover, 65; Bangor, 66; Chicago, 69; Hartford, 71; Oberlin, 73; Pacific, 
67; Yale, 75. 

-Alphabetical List of Students in the Seminaries 76-84 

Summaries 85-87 

The Annual Statistics of the Churches and Ministers : 

Explanations of the Plan of Statistics 88, 89 

The Statistics of the Churches and Pastors by States .... 90-370 

Sunday Schools, Independent 371-378 

Congregational Ministers in Foreign Lands 379, 380 

The National and State Organizations of the Churches 381 

Sessions of, in 1892-93 387 

Annual Meetings of the National Societies in 1892-93 387 

•General Summary Tables for the Year 388 

Remarks upon the Statistics 400 

Alphabetical List of Ministers, with Post-Oflfice Address 401 

Alphabetical List of Licentiates 434 

List of Ministers of other Denominations Supplying Congregational Churches, 437 



NOTE. 



" Every church and every minister upon the rolls of the denomination " are 
entitled to share in the distribution of the Year-Book. For this very practical 
purpose, "the rolls of the denomination" must be assumed to be the tables and 
list of the Year-Book, and the claim of any church or minister to receive it, errors 
excepted, does not arise until here reported and printed. To purchasers, the price 
is §1.00; or, in cloth, $1.25. Those entitled to receive it who prefer a cloth binding 
can have it in that form by sending 30 cents to 

REV. HENRY A. HAZEN, 

Congregational Library, 

Boston, Mass., 
to whom all correspondence relating to the Year-Book should be addressed, not to 
the Publishing Society. It is not safe or sufficient to say " Congregational House " 
■only, as it has many rooms and occupants. 



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



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INTRODUCTORY. 



The Year-Book is later by two weeks than last year. The reports from the 
churches were more tardy, and several of the larger States were slower than usual 
In makhig returns. California and Iowa did not come up to their usual standard; 
and Kansas and New York were belated. The lists of ministers of these two States 
were not received until June 7 and 8; and the issue of the Year-Book within one 
month from that date has required very diligent work on the part of editor and 
printers. 

It ought to be said, on the other hand, that some of the States have done better 
and more prompt work in their reports than ever before. Oregon and New Jersey 
have secured complete returns in January, and reported, in print, in February, and 
Nebraska has also reported in print not much later. 

It is so important that other secretaries should secure the same prompt results 
that it seems worth while to invite them to read what one of their brethren has to 
say of his method, and we quote from the New Jersey minutes : — 

" The secretary's historic lamentation over the tardiness of church clerks in 
sending him their reports and the unwillingness of pastors to receive his admoni- 
tions and warnings, is a thing of the past. Last year the secretary reported progress ; 
this year, the practical achievement of the ideal. A new plan was tried in sending 
out the blanks for reports, by which the first day of February was set as a time 
limit beyond which the secretary would not feel obliged to wait for any report. It 
was a hard and oppressive measure ; that was the general verdict. Intimations 
were not wanting that the secretary was unduly magnifying his office ; the words 
'Czar' and 'Tammany Boss' lingered in the minds of some, while others ener- 
getically inquired, 'Are we in America, and are we Congregationalists, or not ? ' 
But — oh, how the reports did come in ! Epery report, but one, was sent by Feb. 1, 
the limit set, and that one ap[)arent delinquency was justified by a change in the 
pastorate. The result was that, fur the first time in seven years, every church was 
reported ; by the middle of February the tables were in the hands of the printer, 
and by March 1 mailed to the National Secretary for the Year-Book. The value 
of setting a time limit seems to be vindicated. The observations of the clerks and 
pastors referred to were, of course, all good natured, for the reasonableness of the 
method was apparent to all, and all mo.st heartily responded to it." 

So far secretary Baton, whose vivacity in his story does not exceed his skill and 
diligence in doing his work. If other local reporters can catch his spirit, and 
" achieve the ideal," we will surprise the churches by an early Year-Book in 1894. 

Let it not be inferred that many other reporters have not the same spirit and are 
not doing their best with as much zeal as the Oregon and New Jersey secretaries. 
The editor of the Year-Book has better opportunity for knowledge on this sub- 
ject than any other man, and his enthusiasm can be very quickly stirred when 
he has opportunity to speak of the character of several of the State secretaries, and 
the capital work they are doing for the churches. It may be doubted if as much 
expert work for so small pay is done by any other class of men in the country; 
and the popular appreciation of their work is too often about on a par with the 
pay they receive. When the churches are ready for a more adequate compensation 
of their State and local reporters they will be in better position to ask for or to 
demand the best work, and to criticise the absence of it. 

One larger State, Vermont, has adopted the New Jersey plan of a tiane limit, and 
has authorized its secretary to fix such a reasonable date as he deems best, within 
which reports must be received ; and the suggestion is worth considering by others, 
whether they could not profit by the example. This editor has no doubt that the 
statistics of a conference of 100 churches can be gathered, by a wide-awake secretary 
who brings skill and vigor to his work, more easily in one month than in two; and 



1893.] INTRODUCTORY. 5 

that wben January is fixed, all around, as a limit for reports, the churches will he 
more fully heard f-roin than by the tardy methods of the past. 

The churches which excuse a tardy report by the plea that their church meeting 
has not been held are not reasonable. The Council and the churches ask for their 
report on the fir^t day hi the year, not for the possibly more complete report which 
they could make at some other time. The gain in value of such a report from delay 
is more than offset by the trouble and sacrifice of waiting for it. If churches must 
wait for their annual meeting, before making report, no common date for our 
statistics is possible, for these meetings occur in every month in the year. If we 
must wait for the Januarj^ churches, the reason would then be just as strong for 
waiting for February churches, and April, and a common date for reports disap- 
pears as a possibility. 

Any church which keeps a proper record of its life and work can make such 
report as the Year-Book asks, at any time, and there is no date at which it can be 
so easily and usefully made by all as the first day of January. The church which 
would prefer a later date may reasonably be asked to sacrifice its own preference for 
the convenience of the greater number, and does not show a fraternal spirit in 
refusing or neglecting their request. 

If by any miscarriage the blank for report has not been received, they should 
know the local secretary who has them and call on him for it ; or should make 
report to him without it. The items asked for are the same substantially from 
year to year. 

Inaccuracies in the list of ministers are far too numerous, and the failure of many, 
whose names are enrolled, to see to it that the Year-Book is informed of their post- 
office changes, is surprising. Every minister who makes such a change, after 
Jan. 1, ought to notify both the local secretary, who reports his name, and the 
•editor of the Yeak-Book, to make sure of correct report. In doing this, care should 
be taken to specify, not only the post-office, but the position of the minister in his 
new location, whether pastor by council, or uninstalled, or without charge. This 
the Yeau-Book wants to know and give, but cannot promise to do it, accurately, 
by guess. 

Another source of frequent confusion is carelessness about first names and initals. 
The perplexities of the editor in his efifort to give correctly the lists of the Browns, 
Davies (or Davis, often confused, among our Welsh friends), Evans, Griffiths, 
Jones, Merrills, Robinsons, Smiths, and others, would be amusing to describe, but 
are very serious business for him, and in the inevitable errors which result, very 
annoying to those who use the Year-Book. Some secretaries never omit a first 
name, or a middle initial, or an ordination date, where it is called for, aud have the 
untold thanks of all who edit or use this Year-Book. Why will not all go and do 
likewise, and earn similar gratitude ? If you do not know, postals are cheap, and 
you can easily ask, and save those whom you are serving much trouble. 

" These are trifles," do you say ? But the completeness, accuracy, and consequent 
value of the list are not trifles, and cannot be secured unless these items are looked 
after; and every secretary, or reporter, not to say, every Congi-egationalist, is 
reasonably expected to take pride and interest in making our Year-Book as perfect 
and free from error as possible. 

Attention is called to the statistics of independent Sunday Schools, at page 371. 
For the publication of these, provision was made by the last National Council. This 
first issue must lack completeness, but improvement can be made in future. 

The summary of the religious statistics, gathered in the National Census, must be 
found very interesting by all students of our religious life, and very suggestive of 
important lines of effort. Our Protestant forces greatly need concentration. 

HENRY A. HAZEN. 

July 8, 1893. 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



TREASURER'S STATEMENT. 

ACCOUNT WITH THE LOCAL BODIES. 

Rate, — H cts. per capita. 







Dues of 
July 1,1892, 






Dues of 
July 1,1892, 


«f t 


Due July 


and 


„ 


Due July 


and 




1, 1893. 


previous 
years un- 
paid. 




1, 1893. 


previous 
years un- 
paid. 


Alabama 


$10 03 


$ 00 


Nebraska 


154 20 


131 55 


Arizona 


2 53 


4 73 


Nevada 


75 


2 87 


Arkansas 


5 59 


23 39 


New Hampshire 


00 


00 


California 


183 93 


116 34 


New Jersey 


76 24 


00 


Colorado 


54 00 


20 01 


New Mexico 


2 58 


14 .33 


Connecticut 


891 66 


00 


New York 


668 13 


00 


District of Columbia 


27 19 


00 


North Carolina 


16 03 


33 46 


Florida 


19 71 


00 


North Dakota 


24 45 


00 


Georgia 


55 23 


201 65 


Ohio 


512 01 


221 84 


Idaho 


2 74 


00 


Oklahoma 


7 66 


00 


Illinois 


541 06 


00 


Oregon 


35 85 


00 


Indiana 


45 39 


00 


Pennsylvania 


148 06 


605 m 


Indian Territory 


2 02 


00 


Rhode Island 


106 86 


00 


Iowa 


382 36 


00 


South Carolina 


5 56 


44 74 


Kansas 


177 96 


433 41 


, South Dakota 


77 59 


33 21 


Kentucky 


7 59 


00 


! 'J'ennessee 


21 84 


37 01 


Louisiana 


19 63 


00 


1 Texas 


14 35 


00 


Maine 


324 13 


00 


1 Utah 


7 3K 


00 


Maryland 


4 98 


00 


Vermont 


310 89 


.368 69 


Massachusetts 


1,579 71 


00 


Virginia 


2 68 


OO 


Michigan 


00 


00 


Washington 


48 88 


31 28 


Minnesota 


210 51 


98 75 


West Virginia 


2 14 


18 13 


Mississippi 


3 07 


6 K8 


Wisconsin 


264 97 


100 00 


:Missouri 


00 
6 55 


00 
00 


Wyoming 

Total . 


00 


00 


Montana 


S7,066 67 


$2,547 93 



From report of the Finance Committee, — Page 281, Minutes of 1892 : 

" We find that balance of cash in the treasury amounts to but S220.19, while the 
expenses of this Council with the publication of the Minutes will make a large 
immediate demand upon it. We would therefore urge upon our State bodies the 
importance of making prompt payment of past dues, and also, at the earliest 
practicable moment, of the amount assessed for the current year." 



MINISTERIAL RELIEF FUND. 

As reported at Minneapolis, the Knowles Fund was 
Collections by special committee to that date 



Additional collections to June 30, 1893 



$10,000 00 
15,619 65 



■S25,619 65 
10,614 76 



Total, $36,234 41 



Hartford, Conn., July 3, 1893. 



SAMUEL B, FORBES, 

Treasurer. 



1893.] 



RELIGIOUS STATISTICS. 



RELIGIOUS STATISTICS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

From the Census of 1892. 

In 1892 the Year-Book was enabled, through the courtesy of Dr. H. K.- 
Carroll, of the Census Bureau, to give an advance statement of the Con- 
gregational Statistics gathered by the Census in 1890. The final, rtfteenth,. 
bulletin of tlie series, which has given the religious statistics of all 
denominations, was received June 30, and the editor of the Year-Book is- 
glad to give a summary of the Statistics of the Churches of all denominations 
for the country, as shown by the National Census. The items given are the 
number of oi'ganizations, tlie value of church property, and the number- 
of communicants, or members. 

For the arrangement, the editor is in most cases responsible, and he pre- 
sumes it will be found open to ci'iticism in minor points. It has necessarily 
been made in haste, and with no opportunity to examine cases of doubt. If 
some of the totals prove to difler slightly from the final official tables, it 
should be remembered that the Bureau has had opportunity to revise and 
correct its own work, while the totals here given rest on the original bulletins.. 



Organiza 

tions. 



Value of Ch 
Property. 



Communic'i 

or 

Members. 



Adonia Shomia 

Advent, Christian. 



Adventist, Evangelical 

" Life and Advent Union 

" Seventh Day 

" " " Church of God. 



Total. 



Baptist, North 

" South 

" Primilive 

Old Two Seed 

" Seventh Day 

" " German 

" General Six Principle. 

" Regular (Colored) 

'• General 

United 

Church of Christ 

" Separate 



Total. 



$6,000 
465,60.5 



25,8 



1,082 



$61,400 

16,790 

644,675 

1,400 

$724,265 



7,902 

16,206 

2,687 

415 

106 

6 

18 

12,649 



$49,524,504' 

18,152,r ■ 

1,394,1 

135,230 

264,010 

14,500 

19,500 

9,175,58' 

201,140 

55,350 

56,755 

9,200 



40,727 



$75,003,258 



1,14T 

1,018 

28,991 

647 

31,80a 



800,025 

1,276,491 

94,348 

9,932 

9,123 

194 

937 

1.362,140 

21,362 

9,361 

8,254 

1,599 



76& 



Brethren in Christ, United , 

" " " Old Constitution , 

" " (River Brethren) 

" " United Zion children ... 
" Plymouth, I 

II 

Ill 

IV 

" or Dunkards, Conserrative 

" " Progressive 

OldOrder 



Total. 



3,7.31 
795 

25 
109 
88 
86 
31 



$4,292,643 
644,940 
57,750 



720 1,121,541 
128 145,770 

135 80,770 



5,911 1 $6,353,179 



525 
2,27» 
2,419 
1,235 

718. 
61,101 
8,089 
4,411 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



Organiza- 
tions. 



ValueofCh. 
Property. 



Catholic Apostolic 

Chinese Temples ; 

Christadelphians 

Christian Missionary Association 

Christian Scientists 

Churcli of God ( Winebrenner) 

Churches of God in Christ Jesus 

Church-Triumphant (Koreshan) 

" " (Schweinfurth) 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) . . . 
" " " " " Reorganized. 

Communistic Societies, Seven 

" ■' " (of these) Shakers 

Congregatiorialists 



$66,050 
62,000 
2,700 
3,900 
40,666 

643,185 
46,075 
36,000 
15,000 

825,506 

226,285 



1,394 



1,277 

754 

8,724 

22,511 

2,872 

205 

384 

144,352 

21,773 

4,176 

1,728 

512,771 



Disciples of Christ. 



7,246 

1,281 

143 



$12,206,038 

1,637,202 

137,000 



8,670 



641,051 
90,718 
13,004 



(Protestant) Episcopal. 
(Reformed) " 



Evangelical Association.. 

Freewill Baptists 

" " Original 



2,310 

1,586 

167 



4,785,680 

3,115,642 

57,005 



Total. 



Friends (Orthodox). 
" (Hicksite).. 
" (Wilburite). 
" (Primitive) . 



Total. 



$3,172,647 



$2,795,784 

1,661,850 

67,000 

16,700 



$4,541,334 



133,313 
11,'864 



99,762 



80,655 
21,992 
4,329 



107,: 



German Evangelical Protestant Church of North America. 

" " Synod of North America 

Independent Churches of Christ 

" Congregations 

Jews, Orthodox 

" Reformed 



$1,187,450 
4,614,490 
234,450 
1,486,000 
2,802,050 
6,952,225 



Total. 



$9,754,275 



36,156 
187,432 
18,214 
14,126 
57 ,.597 
72,899 



130,496 



Lutheran, General Synod 

" United Synod, South... 

" General Council 

" Synodical Conference.. 

" 13' Independent bodies . 



1,424 
414 
1,995 
1,934 
2,660 



$8,919,170 
1,114,065 

10,996,786 
7,804,313 
5,383,900 



Total. 



;,42'; 



$34,218,2 



164,640 
37,457 
317,145 
357,153 
323,119 



11 branches. 
Total 



$317,045 
326,755 



$643,800 



41,541 



Methodist Episcopal — 

" " Union American. 

" " African 

" African Union Protestant.. 

" Episcopal, African, Zion... 

" Protestant 

" Wesleyan 

" Episcopal, South 

" Congregational 

" " (colored).. 

" New Congregational 



42 

2,481 

40 

1,704 

2,529 

565 

15,017 

214 

9 

24 



$96,723,408 

187,600 

6,468,280 

54,440 

2,714,128 

3,683,337 

393,250 

18,775,362 

41,680 

525 

3.750 



2,240,354 

2,279 

452,725 

3,415 

349,788 

141,989 

16.492 

1,209,976 

8,765 

316 

1,059 



1893.] 



RELIGIOUS STATISTICS. 



ZiOD Union Apostolic 

Methodist Episcopal (colored) 

" Primitive » ■ 

" Free 

" Independent 

Evangelist Missionary 

Total 

Moravians 

New Jerusalem, Swedenborg 

Presbyterian, in the United States of America 

in the United States 

Cumberland 

" " (colored) 

United 

" Reformed (Synod) 

" " (General Synod) 

." " (Covenanted) 

" " Associate, South 

" Associate Church of North America 

" " Reformed in the U. S. and Canada 
' ' Welsh Calvinisi Methodist 

Total 

Reformed Church in America 

" " " United States 

" " Christian 

Total 

Roman Catholic 

•Greek " (Uniates) 

Russian Orthodox 

Greek " 

Armenian 

Old Catholic 

Reformed Catholic 

Salvation Army 

Schwenkf eldians 

Social Brethren 

Society for Ethical Culture 

Spiritualists 

Temple Society 

Theosophical Society 

Unitarians 

Universalists 

Grand Total 



Organiza- Value of Ch. 
tion. Property. 



32 15,000 

l,759i 1,713,366 

84 1 291,993 

1,102 8115,085 

15| 266,975 

11 2,000 



51,489! $132,140,179 



94 

154 i 

6,717| 

2,391 

2,791; 



f 681 ,250 
1,386,455 
74.455,200 
8,812,152 
3,515,511 

202,961 
5,408,084 
1,071,400 

869,000 

'"•in,Sbo 

29,200 
75,000 
625,875 



J,490 $94,876,233 



2.346 
129,383 
4.764 
22,113 
2,569 
951 



4,589,287 



11,781 

7,095 

788,224 

164!940 
13,439 
94.402 
10,.d74 
4,602 
37 
8,501 
1,053 
600 
12,722 

1,278,815 



572 $10 
1,510 



.340,159 
975,583 
428,500 



2,181 $18,744,242 



10,221 $118, 
14 
12 

1 



381,516 

63,3001 

220, 000 1 

5,0C0 



13,320 



8 
329 
4 
20 
4 



37,350 
12,200 
8,700 



573,650 

15,300 

600 

1,335,100 

1,054,333 



164,560 $674,773,183 



92,970 
204,018 
12,470 



309,458 



6,250 045 

10,850 

13,504 

100 

335 

665 

1,000 

8.662 

306 

913 

1,064 

45,030 

340 



10 



CONGRECfATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1S93. 



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, WAKEFIELD, MASS. 

The walls of tlie new chiirch in Wakefield, Mass., are of twoshadesof gray granite, 
from quarries in Monson, Mass.; its roof a light gray green slate from Fairhaven, 
Vt., while hU metal wi>rk in connection therewith is of copper. 

Externally the principal features are the large square tower on southeast corner, 
rising to a height of one liundred and eighteen feet, with its ornamental belfry of 
clu.ftered columns and carved capital-*, the massive arch spanning an open porch 
at the chief entrance, and the three round staircase towers, two on the south front 
of the building on Church street, and one on the northeast corner on Lake avenue. 

The style of the edifice is a simple, harmonious development of Byzantine- 
Romanesque.— form and color, rather than an elaborate detail, being relied upon for 
architectund effect. The more prominent parts alone are enriched with carving. 

The general plan is somewhat in the form of an L, the main body of the church 
extending north and south, while the Sunday-school rooms, library, class-rooms and 
l.adies' parlor are contained in the wing. The main audience room is entered from 
the south, through an open porch and vestibules, and is seventy-one feet by ninety- 
one feet. Tlie floor has a pitch of one foot, six inches, and cimtains seven hundred 
and fifty seats, all pews radiating to a centre, thus making every seat equally 
available. At the south end of the room is erected a gallery to seat one hundred. 
The entire decorations are of the Haberstroh relief process, the richer parts being. 




placed for the best architectural effects. The room is also greatly enriched by 
beautiful memorial glass so fraely given, and which fills the large groups of windows 
north and south, also most of the smaller windows on the east side. 

The entire finish of the auditorium and its approaches are of quartered oak, 
including the fine, open-timbered roof. 

The pulpit, communion table, and platform chairs are made from the oak frame 
of the old meeting-house, erected in 1768. 

The Sunday-school room, which may on occasion be added to the audience room 
by means of sliding sashes, is forty feet by sixty feet, seats four hundred, and is 
finished up into roof, part of roof-frame showing. This room together with primary 
room, ladies' parlor, class-rooms, library, and all others contained in this wing, are 
finished in cypress and have hard-wood floors. A noticeable feature is an arcade 
on the west side of Sunday-school room into a gallery on the second floor, which 
communicates directly with the class-rooms. 

The basement contains dining-room, kitchen, toilet rooms, etc. 

The entire building is heated by steam, direct and indirect, with thorough venti- 
lation in all parts, and is lighted both by gas and electricity. 

Messrs. Hartwell and Richardson, of Boston, are the architects, with whom the 
contractors, Messrs. Darling Brothers, of Worcester, have labored harmoniously 
for the completion of the edifice. 



1893.] 



ANNUAL RECORD. 



11 



ANNUAL RECORD. 



CHURCHES OEGANIZED 1892. 
Alabama : 

.\ddi8on, ; Belle Sumpter, ; Del- 
mar, ; Hill«boro, ; Houston, ; 

Lebanon, ; Millerville, Bethel, ; do.. 

Oak Hill, ; MoultoB, . 

Arizona: 

Temple, March 10. 
California : 

Bakerefield, ; Berkeley, North, June 

28; Bloomington, Dec. 21; Flinn Valley, Nov. 

5; Los Angeles, Bethlehem, ; Mentone, 

May 20; Needles, March 13; Pacific Grove, 
Jan. 26; Rosedale, July — ; San Luis Obispo, 
March 25. 
Colorado: 

Amethyst, ; Creede, May 1; Cripple 

Creek, June 5; De Beque, April — ; Hot Sul- 
phur Springs. Sept. 4; Ironton, Aug. 14; Lit- 
tleton, May 16. 

CONNECTICDT : 

Huntington, Shelton, Dec. 1.3; Saybrook, 

Swedish, ; Washington Depot, Swedish, 

Nov. 18; Waterbury, Third, April — . 
Florida : 

Key West, July 20. 
Georgia : 

Baxley. March 20; Bethel, ; Columbus, 

Nov. 7; Deraorest, May 17; Juniper, July 15; 
McDonal's Mills, Nov. 20; Patterson, New 
Bethel, April 24; do., Louisville, Oct. 29; Sap- 
ville, Oct. 12; Stockton, Aug. 15; Surrency, 
Aug. 1 ; Waycrose, Pine Bloom, Not. 20. 
Idaho : 

Challis, June 5; Mountain Home, July 12. 
Illinois : 

Beechwood, ; Chicago, Bethesda, Aug. 

8; do., Bloom st., Swediiih, Jan. 31; do., Cort- 
land St., ; do., Grace, June 14; Harrison, 

June—; Springfield, Third, April 24. 
Indiana : 

RidgeviUe, April 12. 
Iowa : 

Buffalo Centre, Oct. — ; Butler Centre, Sept. 
18; Des Moines. German, Oct. 20; German 
Township, Jan.' 27; Glen Ellen, ; Whit- 
ing, March 23. 
Kansas : 

Angola, Dec. 19; Park Township, March 
24; Pittsburg, June—; Powhattan, Sept. 1; 

Wichita, Fairmount, . 

Kentucky : 

Calvary, ; Evarts, Aug. 21. 

Louisiana : 

New Orleans, Creole, Feb. 26. 
Maine : 

North Windham, May 3. 

Blackstone, Millville, Xorw., July 13; Fitch- 
burg, Swedinh, May 31 ; No. Atlleboro, Trin- 

ity, March 1; Wallham, Swedish, ; Wo- 

burn, Sicedish, ; do., Montvale, Oct. 20; 

Worcester, ^rme?ii«n, Jan. 1. 
Michigan : 

Allenvllle, ; Arcadia, Sept. 19; Baroda, 

June 20; Bass River. 8ept. 19; Belding, ; 

Butternut, May 14; Detroit, Polish, May 1; 
Ewen Station, Sept. — ; Frontier, Jan. 9; 
Grand Rapids, Ihttch, June 2; do., Plymouth, 
Dec. 22; Jackion, Plymouth, Feb. 18; J«cobi- 



ville, March 1; Lacota. April ]5; Lal:e Ann. 
May—; (,ake Odessa, June 19; Lakeview, 
Oct. 17; Lcwiston, Dec. 6; Thompsonville, 
April 15; Vickery ville. May 15; Wyandotte, 
June 2. 
Minnesota : 

Belle Prairie, reor. Feb. 8; Granada. Nov. 
1; Kanaranzi, Sept. 18; Kimball, Swedish, 
June 18; Lake Piirk, July 12; Mcintosh, Feb. 
26; Merritt,Dec.22; Parker, June It; : Round 
Prairie, Jan. 27; Spencer Brook, Sw^disli, 
Oct. 10. 
Missouri : 

St. Louis, Central, April 28. 
Nebraska : 

Butte City. Feb. 21; Havelock, Sspt 30; 
New Hope, Liberty, June 28; Pleas»nt Ridge, 
March 22. 



Londonderry, 



New Hampshire : 

Barnstead. South, Oct. 
North, March — . 
New Jersey : 

Perth, Amboy, Swedish, Dec. 14. 
New Mexico: 

San Rafael, March 27. 
New York : 

Buffalo, Prospect ave,, March 1; Mt Ver- 
non, Nov. 3; New York, Bedford Park, Jan. 
27; do., Mt. Hope, June 16. 
North Carolina : 

Green River, May 1 ; Whiltier, 

North Dakota : 

Portland, July 13. 
Ohio : 

Akron, Welsh, Dec. — ; ChillicoUjc, Ply- 
mouth, July 5. 
Oklahoma : 

Carney, April 21; Harmony, May — ; Mt. 
Zion, ; Okarche, ; Omega, ^^ — . 

Oregon : 

Albina, Ebenezer, ; East Portland, 

Welsh, ; do., Bunnyview, Nov. — ; Elliott 

Prairie, Sept. 11; Hubbard, Aug. 23; Indepen- 
dence, Sept. 11; Ontario. ; Park Place, 

Jan. 8; Willsburg, Oct. IS; Yaquina. . 

Pennsylvania : 

Coaldale, Second, March 29; Lindaey, ; 

Pittsburg, Puritan, Dec. 19; do., Swedish, 
; Rochester, May 5. 

Rhode Island : 

Pawtucket, Lorraine, ; do., S-nedhh, 

j Dec. 7. 

I South Dakota : 
! Bryant, March 
I Gann Valley, 

ston, Salims, 

Shore, April ]9. 
! Tennessee: 

Pioneer, Nov. 13. 

Texas: 
! El Paso, Mexican, Feb. 27. 

Utah : 
Ogden, Lynn, July 7 ; Salt Lake Ciiy , West 
I Side, Jan. 1 ; Slaterville, March 13. 

i Washington: 

j Fox Island, Oct. 9; Holly, ; Lowell, 

I Nov. 13; Spokane, West, ; Tacoma, Cen- 

I ter St., March 26. 



); Cheyenne River, ; 

Hetland, Feb. 13; Park- 
Rockerville, ; South 



12 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Wisconsin : 

Bear Valley, Sept. U; Cashton, Sept. 22; 
Milwaukee, Bohemian, June 13; do., Sliced- 

ish, June 21; Norrie, ; Prentice, March 

17; Superior. Third, Feb. 10; Walworth, 

April 12* do.. North, . 

Wyoming : 

Gleu Rock, March 6; Green River, July 1; 
Manville, Sept. — . 



ORDAIlfED OR INSTALLED. 

Id this list, " o." denotes ordination without 
installation; " o. p." ordination as pastor; 
"o.f. ni.'' ordination for foreign missionary 
service; "r." recognized. But owing to in- 
definite reports, "o." may sometimes be an 
error for " o. p." 
ADAM, J. DOUGLAS, Man- 

chenter, Vt., i. Aug. 31 

ALDEN, DAVID A., Fulton, Wis. o. dIc. 1 
ALLEN, MELVIN J., Little- 
ton, N. H., i. June 27 
ARCHIB.A,LD, ANDREW W., 

Hyde Park, Mass., i. Dec. 1 

ARNEY, .JOHN W., Lake 

Odessa, Mich., r. Nov 29 

ATWATER, ERNEST R., 

Oberlin, O., o. May 11 

AVERY, GEORGE S., Berke- 
ley Temple, Boston, Mass., o. June 1 
BACON, THEODORE D., 

Essex Junction, Vt., o.n Mav 17 

BAILEY, ALFRED E., Pratt- ' 

ville, Mich., o. Mar. 2 

BAILEY, JESSE, Emanuel 

ch., Watertown, N. Y., o. p. July 2S 

BARKER, THOS. W., Gowrie, lo., o. Nov. 15 
BARNES, STEPHEN G., 

Longmeadow, Mass., i. June 15 

BARNEY, LEWIS W., 

Greeneville, Ct.. i. Mav 31 

BAUMANN, HENRY, Edge- 
ley, N. D., o. July 
BAUSMAN, J. H., Rochester, Pa., i. May 5 
BAYLEY, FRANK T., Park 

ave. ch., Denver, Col., i. Feb. 4 

BEARD, GKRALD H., South 

Norwalk, Ct., o. v. Nov. 2 

BENEDICT, GEORGE, Union 1 

ch., Haverhill, Mass., i. June 22 ! 

BISSELL, HARRY G., Hamp- I 

^tOD'Ct., o./.m. May 17 

BLAISDELL, JAMES A., 

Waukesha, Wis., o. Nov. 1 I 

BLANCHARD, EDWARD B., 

Thorndike, Mass., o.n June 29 I 

BOCKOVEN, WILLIAM A., 

Hudsonville, Mich., o. Nov 29 

BOLSTER, WILLIAM H., 

Harvard ch., Dorchester, Mass., i. May 17 
BONFILS, ELLS WORTH, Mt. 

Hope ch., New Y'ork, N. Y., i. Oct. 25 

BOROUGHF, WESLEY A., 
Streator, 111., o. 

BRADFORD, EME RY' L., Box- 
ford, Mass., o.n. July 1 
BRADLEY, DAN F., Park ch , 

Grand Rapids, Mich., i. June 1 

BRECKENRIDGE, Miss 

JUANITA, Brookton, N. Y., o. June 28 
BRECKENRIDGE, WILLIAM 

W., Palmyra, Wis., o. Feb. 15 

BRINl'NALL, WALTER A.. 

Blairsburg, lo. o. Oct. 25 

BROOKS, EDWARD L., Fort 

Recovery, O., o. p. July 12 

BROOKS, WILLARD H., For- 
t-er ch., Hageman, Ind., o. Mar. 21 



BROWN, CHARLES O., First 

ch., San Francisco, Cal., r. Nov Th 

BROWN, CHARLES R., Win- 

throp ch., Charlestown, Mass., i. Sent. 20 
BROWN, JAS B.,Hemingford,Neb.,o.May 24 
BUELL, LEWINF.,M.Vernon,N.Y. i.Nov3 
BURGESS, HERBliRT F., •'' •'*-'^*'^"* 
Portland, Or., o' Feb 18 

BURNAP, IRVING A., Monte- 
rey, Mass., o n Sent IS 
BURROUGHS, CHARLES "'^Pt- ^^ 
H., BellFourche. 8. D., o.n. Dec I.'? 
BUTLER, FRANK E., Car- 

thage. Mo., i. Mav 26 

BUTLER, JAS. E., Kalkaska, Mich.,, -.Mar 23 
CAMERON, CHARLES, Royal 

Oak, Mich., o.p. Mav 22 

CHAMBERS, GEORGE R., ^ 

Shiocton and Ellington, Wis., o. n. Dec 20 
CHANDLER, EDWARD H., 

Union jh., Taunton, Mass., o.p. Nov 9 

CHANDLER, FREDERICK 

D., Charlestown, N. H., i. Julv 12 

CHAPMAN, EDW. M., Cen- 

tral ch., Worcester, Ms., i. atsoc. v Dec. 21 
CLARK, VICTOR F., Hoi- 

drege. Neb., i. Sept. 14 

COMPTON. HERBERT E., 

Sykeston N. D., o. p. July 20 

COOLIDGE, HENRY A., ^ 

Stoddard, N. H., o.p. Dec. 11 

, COR WIN, CARL H., Hermosa, Ill.,o. Dec.16 
! CRISTY, ALBERT B., Albu- 
i querque N. M., i. Mar 3 

I CROSBY, JOHN F., Barring- 
ton, N. H., o. Mar. 30 
CROSBY, SAMUEL B., 

Loomis, Neb., o. p. Aug 9 

CROSS, ALLEN E., Clifton- 

dale, Mass., o. Dec 29 

CUMBUS, GEORGE W., Col- 
umbus, Ga., o. Oct. 9 
DAMON, CYRUS W., Dart- 
ford, Wis., o. April 28 
DANFORTH, JAMES R., Jr., 

Mystic, Ct., o.p. Oct. 25 

DA VIES, THOMAS D.,Claren- 

Mar. 16 



don, Vt., 



o.p. 



DAVIES, ALFRED A., North 
Branch, Minn., o. July 21 

DAVIS, FRANK W., Cum- 
berland Centre, Me., o. p. Oct. 7 

DAVIS, HARDIN W., Mat- 
toon. III., o. Oct. 18 

Davis, WILLIAM, Ollvet ch., 

Denver. Col., o. Dec. 13 

DAY, WILLIAM H., New 
England ch., Chicago, 111., o. asst. p. May 5 

DEMARE8T, STEPHEN D., 

Prescott, Ariz , o. p. Nov. 13 

DIDRIKSEN, DANIEL M., 
Biackstone, Mass., o. July 13 

DILLNER,PETERE., Swedish 
ch., Worcester, Mass., i. May 14 

DISBROW, EDWARD D., 
Carthage, S. D., o. Oct. 25 

DUTTON, JOHN M., Newton- 
ville, Mass., o. Jan. 27 

DYER, ALMON J., First ch., 

No. Brookfield, Mass., i. May 11 

EATON, WALTERS., Revere,Ma88.,J.June 9 

ELLINGSEN, LUDWIG, Swe- 
dish ch., Pawtucket, R. I., o. Dec. 7 

ENOCH, OWEN, Zion ch., 
Shenandoah, Pa., o.p. Jan. 10 

ENOCH, OWEN, Frostburg, Md., i. Dec. 1 

ESTABROOK, FRANK J., 
Almont, Mich., o. June 28 

EVANS, JOHN E.,Rockefeller,Ill.,o.p.Aug.l6 

EVANS, WM. H., Big Lake, Minn., ». Nov. 29 



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ANNUAL RECORD. 



15 



FAIRBANKS, ARTHUR, St. 

Johnsbury, Vt., o. ,1an. 11 

FELT, JESSE B., Gainesville.N. Y., o. Nov. 1 

FERRIEK, WILLIAM W., 

Port Angeles, Wn., o. Dec. 13 

FISHER, HERMAN P., Orton- 
ville, Minn., i. Feb. 17 

FLANDERS, CHARLES N., 

Porterville, Cal., i. Dec. 4 

FORBUSH, WILLIAM B., 
Wantaah,N. Y., o. Feb. 17 

FRENCH, EDWARD G., 

Guildhall. Vt., o.p. Sept. 20 

FRITZEMEIER, WILLIAM, 
Crete, Neb., o. p. May 

FROST, WILLARD J., Cort- 
land, O., (>. July 20 

GARUETT, OSCAR C, Tou- 
galoo. Miss., o. March 24 

GEOGHEG AN, WILLIAM B., 
Dane st. oh., Beverly, Mass., o.p. June 16 

GILT, HENRY F., Hood Kiver.Or., i.Sept. 20 

GLIDDON, AUGUSTS M., 
Appleton, Minn., o. June 27 

GOODSPEED, FRANK L., 
First ch., Amherst, Mass., i. Feb. 26 

GREENE, DANIEL, Nonantum,M8.i.,Oct.25 

GREEN, GEORGE E., Car- 
thage, S.D., o. July 14 

GREGORY, JAMES C, Farm- 
ington, Me., o. Sept. 27 

GRIFFITHS, D. BAINES, 
Northfield, Mass., o. Nov. 1 

GRIFFITHS, GRIFFITH, 
Eureka. Cal., i. 

GURNEY, HENRY E., Clay- 
ton, N. Y., i. June 15 

HA AN, CORNELIUS C, Cen- 
tral Lake. Mich., o. Dec. 20 

HALL, GEORGE C, Nebraska 

City. Neb., i. Nov. 5 

HALL, RUSSELL T., Second 

ch., Greenwich, Ct., i. May 17 

HALLOCK, LEAVITT H., 

First ch.. Taconia, Wn., i. Dec. 22 

HAMPTON, WILLIAM H.. 

Summer Hill, N. Y.. o. Jan. 12 

HANFORD, SAMUEL I., 
Aurora, Neb., i. April 26 

HANNA. THOMAS, Black 

Diamond, Cal., o.p. Nov. 4 

HARRIS, EVERETT G. .Louis- 
ville, Ky., o.pi. June 26 

HARRISON, HIRAM B., 
Barnesville, Minn., o.p. Feb. 25 

HA8KIN, SPENCER C. Cen- 
tral Park ch., Chicago, 111. o. Sept. 10 

HAYNES, WILLIAM, Lyme, O., r. Dec. 14 

H^VZEN, CARLETON, Roch- 
ester, Vt., o. Sept. 13 

HEDDLE, THOMAS E., High- 
land Stiition, Mich., o. p. 

HELLIER, FRANK O., Tekoa, 

Wn., o. Sept. 15 

HERRICK. EDWARD P., 

Tampa, Fla., i. Feb. 4 

HICKS, LEWIS W., Welle8ley,M8., i. Dec. 13 

HIGH, JEDD A., Leigh, Neb., o. p. Sept. 20 

HILL, WILLIAM H., Six 

Lakes, Mich.. o. Nov. 1 

HINCKLEY, Mrs. ABBY R., 

Riceville, lo., o. Feb. 11 

HITCHCOCK, LYMAN P., 

Ellington, Ct., o.p. Not. 22 

HOLBROOK, FREDERICK 
C, Wayne. O.. o. Oct. 13 

HOLMA.N, EDWIN C, Oska- 
loosa, lo., i. Dec. 6 



HOLMES, HENRY, E.Hampton, Ct.,o. June 7 
HOLTON, CHA8. S.,Ea8tport,Me.,o.».Nov.30 
HOOVER, FRANK W., Moor- 
land, lo., O. Oct. 2:j 

HOIiNE, GIDEON. Bowers, Ga., o. April 10 
HUDSON, ALLAN B., Pilgrim 

ch.. No. Weymouth, Mass., o. Dec. 28 

HUNTLEY, MK8. ABI F., 

Emery, y. D., o. Feb. 24 

HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM A., 

Coral, Mich., o. Sept. 30 

HYSLOP. JAMES,Cheboygan,Mich.,i.June8 
JAMES, GEO. W., Oakley br'ch 

Union Pk ch., Chicago, 111., o. p. April 29 
JENKYN, RICHARD W., 

Rockland, Me., i. June 1 

JOHNSON, GEORGE H., John 

St. ch., Lowell, Mass., i. June 8 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM G., 

Centre Point, lo., o. Sept. 20 

JOHNSTONE, A. WATT, Har- 
rison, Mich., o. April 13 
JONES, FRED V., Parsons, Kan., o. Dec. 20 
KEENE, ALLEN A., De Pere, 

Wis., o.p. March 29 

KELLEY, FREDERICK I., 

Second ch., Peabody. Mass., i. March 30 

KENNEDY, RICHARD H., 

Linden, Mass., o. Sept. 29 

KENNQOTT, GEORGE F., 

First ch., Lowell, Mass., i. Sept. 29 

KERR, JOSEPH, Bertrand, Neb., o. Aug. 10 
KEVAN, JAMES H., Ipswich, S. D., i. Nov. 2 
KIERNAN, THOMAS L., New 

Rockford. N. D., o. p. July 20 

KING, HOWARD A. L., Steu- 

benville, O., /. Feb. 9 

KING, JAMES S., Waycross, Ga., o. Nov. 20 
KLUCKHOLM, EDWIN F., 

German ch., Grandview, lo., o. June 21 
LATHAM, ERNEt^T R., Rich- 
mond and Fairport, O., o. Sept. 29 
LATHROP, WILLIAM G., 

Monroe, Ct., i. June 2 

LA'WRENCE HENRY A., 

Centreville, S. D., o. Nov. 25 

LEE PER, EDWARD A., 

Wellsville, N. Y., i. Dec. 13 

LESLIE, WM. W., Aurora, O., o. Sept. 15 
LEWIS, ALEXANDER, New 

England ch.. Brooklyn, N. Y. (. May o 

LEWIS, CARLhTTO F., 

Boylston, Mass., o. June 7 

LK\VI8, JOHN, Detroit, Mich., o. March 9 
LEWIS, SAMUEL, Schroon 

Lake, N. Y., o. June 22 

LEWIS, THOS. S., Webster, N. H., i. Aug. 23 
LOBA, JEAN F., Evanston, 111., i. Nov. 17 
LUETHI, LOUIS J., Freedom, O.. o. July 13 
LUTHER,CLAIRE F., Redding, Ct.,o.Oct. 14 
LYMAN, HENRY M., Cripple 

Creek, Col., o. Aug. 14 

McCLEMENTS, JOHN, Mon- 

ticello, Minn., c. Nov. 29 

McKENNY, CHAS., Olivet, Mich.,o. Aug. 16 
MACY, HERBERT W^, New- 

iniiton, Ct., i. Feb. 10 

MARSH,EDW.L.,Yarmouth,Ms.,o.jP. Aug.30 
MARSHALL, JOHN W., Man- 

kato, Minn., o. p. Dec. 7 

MAISON, HE.SRY B., Hebron 
i and Gilead, Ct., o.p. June 28. 

I MERRIAM, FRANK N., Ven- 
tura, Cal.. o. Feb. 24 
1 MILES, THOMAS M., Bristol, Ct., ». April 28 
1 MILLAR, WM., Kalkaska, Mich., o. p. Oct. 4 

MILLIKEN, CHARLES D., 
I Pilgrim ch., Canaan, Ct., o.p. Sept. 29 



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Jan. 5 



MILLS,CHARLE8 L..Ru88ell,Kan.,o.Aue.29 

MITCHELL, GEORGE W., 
Franklin, Neb., i. Jure? 

MOORE, OHAS.D., Russell, Kan., o. Aug. 29 

MOOKE, FRANK L., Cannons- 
burg, Mich., o p. 

MORGANS, EDWARD, Cam- 
bria and Randolph, Wis., i. 

MORTON, GEORGE F., Grey 
Ea.ifle, Minn., o. 

MOSES. ALBERT C ,Phopiere,Wi.s., o.Oct .3 

MYLNE, GEORGE, Williams- 
ton, Mich., o. p. Jan. 12 

NELSON, CHARLES A., Oberlin, O., o. May 

NELSON, ROSCOE. Windsor, Ct., o. June 21 
NEWLANDS, ROBERT W., 

Mason, 111., o.p. Sept. 13 

NEWTON, ALBERT F., 

Rorhester ave. ch., Brooklyn, N.Y.,?:. Jan.27 
NORTHRUP, GEORGE E., 
Mcintosh and Fosston, Minn. «". 
•O L M S T E A D, MISS 

JANET I'E, L., Gustavus, O., o. r, 
ORCHARD, JOHN, Dickin- 
son, N. D., 
OWEN, RICHARD, Cherry- 
field, Me., o.p. 
PADDOCK, GEORGE E 
West Denver, C)l., i 
PALMER, EDWARD G., 
Oxford, Mich., o. 
PARKER, CHARLES O., Can- 



Feb. 26 
Oct. 17 

July 27 
Dec. 6 

Feb. 11 

Oct. 18 



terbiiry, ut., 
PARSONS, ALFRED 



L.,' 



March 2 



Lowell, Mass., 
PARSONS, JULIUS, Prentice,' 

Wis., „\p, 

PARTRIDGE, HORACE E., 

Pomona, Tenn., o. 

PASCO, MARTIN K., Ply- 

raonth, ch., Chillicothe, O. i. 

PATTON, CARL 8., High st. 

ch., Aulnirn, Me., " o. n 

PEABODY, HARRY E., 

Trinidad, Col., o „ 

PECK, HENRY P., Mllford, n! H., i.April 
PEDERSEN, H., Washburn, Wis., o. Oct 24 
PERRIN, J. NEWTON. JR., 
Williamstown, Vt. o 

PHILLIPS, JOHN W., West- 
minster, Cal., o 
PINCKNEY, ANTHONY C, 
Marietta. Oa., o. 
PITKIN. F. M., Mound City Kan.,o. p. !Sept.23 
POPE, HOWARD W., Great ^ 

Falls, N. H., i. gept 21 

POPE. JOSEPH,Living8ton,Mont., o.Sept'.lS 
POUND, WM. M.. Juniper, Ga., o. Nov. 27 
POWELL, FREDERICK S., 

Ha.stings, Neb. o. June 23 

PRATT, MAGEE, Kensington, Ct., i. Oct 11 
PRESTON, BRYANT C, 

Genoa Junction, Wis., o.p. 
QUARTER, PAUL, Crete, Neb., o. 
QUIMBY, J. LANGDON, Gar- 
diner. Me., o. 

RANNEY, WILLIAM W., 
Farmington, Me., o. 

REED, MARVIN D.. Exira, Ic, o.p. Aug.30 
REED. WILLIAM E., Avoca, lo., o. Mar. 4 
REESE, THOMAS P., Howard, S.D.o Dec 1" 
REIKOW, F. A. P., Detroit, Mich., n. July 21 
RICE, M' ALTER, Aaawam, Mass ,i. Feb 3 
RICHARDSON, HENRY M., 

Spearlish, S. D., o. p. Oct. 26 

RICHMOND, JAMES, Litch- 
field, Me., j. jfov. 3 



Sept. 29 
Nov. 17 



Dec. 13 
Sept. 28 
May 11 



Sept. 20 

Oct. 12 

March 11 



May 10 
May 



April 19 
Sept. 27 



RIGGS, GEORGE W., Maple 
Rapids, Mich., i 

SRoT^li?^^ ^■' Ironaton, Ala., 
ROBINSON, WILLIAM A. 

First ch., Middletown, N Y \ 
ROBINSON. WILLIAM h", ' 

Clayton, Cal., „ 

ROLLINS, GEORGE S., Trin- 
ity ch., Chicago, III., ; 
ROOT, THEOPHILUS B..', 
I Framingham, Mass., o 
I ROSE, HENRY T., First ch.' 
Northampton, Mass., i' 
: ROSS, JOHN A., Hampton, N.H. 
I SANBORN, FRANCIS A., 
Turner, Me., q 
I SANDERSON, HORACe! 
Denver, Col., q 
SANDWELL, GEORGE H.', 
First ch.. New Britain, Ct., i 
SELDEN, JOSEPH H., First 
eh., Elgin, III., i 
: SEWALL, JOHN L., Central 
ch., St. Louis, Mo., i 
SEWALL, OLIVER D., Far- 
mington, Me., Q 
I SEYMOUR, EDWARD P.! 
' Morrisville, Vt , q 
\ SHAUFELD, PAUL M., Ger- 
man ch., Half Day, III., o n 
1 SHEPHERD, SAMUEL, For 
I estville, Chicago, III., i 
i SHINN, WILLIAM E., Pros- 
pect ave. tabernacle, Buffalo, N. Y 
SINCLAIR, CARL E., Clay 
Centre, Kan., o 
j SLEEPER, WILLIAM W.', 
Second ch., Beloit, Wis., i 
SMEDLEY, WILLIS E., Ware- 
ham, Mass., o 
SMITH, ALBERT D., East 
Longmeadow, Mass., i 
SMITH, CLIFKORD H., Pittsl 

ford, Vt , i 

SMITH, EDWIN R., Farming- 

ton, Me., 

SMITH, FRANK G., Nepon. 

set. III., o.p. 

SMITH, GEORGE LE GRAND, 
Porter Memorial br. Union 
L'Uion Park ch., Chicago, III., o. n 
SMITH, J. GILMORE, Apple- 
ton, Minn., 0.7). 
SMITH, JAMES E., Howard 
chapel. New Orleans, La. o. 
SMITH, JAMES R., Hennepin, 111., 
SMITH, JOHN R., Memorial 

ch., Georgetown, Mass., o. n. 
SMITH, RICHARD, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind., ^o 

SODEIiHOLM, HENRY, Swe- 
dish ch., New Haven, Ct., o V. 
80ULE, SHERROD, Nauga 
tuck Ct ■ 

STAUB, JOHN J., Scappoose!'Or., , 
STEARNS, EDWARD R., 
Farmington, Me., o. 

STEEL K, JOSEPH, Linn 
Grove, lo., o 

STEINER, EDWARD A., Paci- 
fic ch., St. Paul, Minn., i 
STEMBRIDGE, ALFRED E..' 

Kaubauua, Wis., o. ». 

STEMEN, JOHN A., Como 

ave. ch., Minneapolis, Minn., i. 

STRONG, SIDNEY, Walnut 

Hills, ch., Cincinnati, O., r. 

STUART, WM., E. Jaffrey, N. H., i 



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Nov. 15 
o. Feb. 28 

Dec. 23 

April 19 

Oct. 28 

Sept. 9 

Feb. 18 
, i. June 14 

Oct. 25 

Oct. 11 

Feb. 18 

May 27 

June 3 

Sept. 27 

Oct. 27 

Feb. 4 
., i. Mar 1 
Sept. 1 
Nov. 22 
Oct. 18 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 28 
Sept. 27 
Dec. 5 

June 9 

Dec. 6 

Feb. 7 
r. Nov. 1 

Sept. 1 

June 28 

Nov. IS 

Oct. 6 
■). June 2 

Sept. 27 

June 7 

Dec. 9 

March 28 

Dec. 16 

Dec. 16 
. Feb. 10 



1893.] 



ANNUAL RECORD. 



15 



SUMNER, MARK N., Obeilin, O., o. May 11 
SWAIN, AUGUSTUS C.Barton.Vt., i. Oct. 1 
SWARTZ, CHARLES K., 

Bellevne, O., o. p. Nov. 30 

TENNEY, H. MELLVILLE, 

SanJoBf, Cal., i. May 2 

TENNEY, WM. L.,Holbrook, Mb., i. April21 
TERHUNE, EDWARD P., 

Puritan ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., i. June 16 
TEUBEK, ADOLPH A.C.,E10u,Neb.o.Nov.7 
THOMSON, A. EUGENE, 

Yankton, 8. D., i. May 20 

THOMSON, JAMES, Nortli 

Topeka, Kan., o. Feb. 9 

TODD, GEORGE L.,Merrimac,Mas8.,i.Nov. 1 
TORRE Y. DAVID C, Byfield,Mas8.,o. June 1 
TRAUT,GEORGEA.,DeSraet,8.D.,o.Mar.25 
TROW, WILLIAM A., Albany, Or., o. July .5 
TROWBRIDGE, JOHN P., 

Eastford and West Woodstock, Ct., j.Dec. 29 
VAN DYKE, PAUL, Edwards 

ch., Northanopton, Mass,, i. Nov. 19 

VARNER, SENECA W., Belle 

Prairie, Minn., i. Feb. 8 

VITTUM, EDMUND, Griunell, lo., i. Jan. 12 
VOORHEES, J. SPENCER, 

West Winsted, Ct., i. April 26 

WADSWORTH, GEORGE, 

Lakeland, Minn., o.p. Aprils 

WALKER, JOSEPH N., West 

Stewartstown, N. H., i. June 7 

WALKOM, EDWARD J., 

Brownton. Minn., o.p. April 30 

WARK, WM. O., Harvard, Neb., o.p. Oct. 1.3 
WARREN, WILLIS A., Man- 

kato, Minn., o. May 3 

WELLES, T. CLAYTON, 

Winslow cb., Tauuton, Mass., i. Feb. 16 
WENTWORTH, HENRY H., 

Goffstown, N. H., o. June 22 

WEYLER, SAMUEL, Denver, Col., o. Mar. 1 
WHITE, JAMES W., Meno- 

uionie, Wis., i. June 2 

"WILD, JOHN. Hanover, Mass., i. April 20 
WILL AN, .lOHN, Leon, Wis., o. p. March 15 
WILLIAMS, MARK W., Web- 
ster, S. D., o.p. Nov. 29 
WILSON, JOHN C, Centre ch., 

Meriden, Ct., i. Nov. 2 

"WISE, WILLIAM C.Scappoose.Or., O.June 2 
WOOD, STEPHEN R., Fern- 
dale, C^il., o. p. Dec. 6 
WOODIN, HERBERT P., Cur- 

tisville, Mass., o. June 23 

WOODROW, SAMUEL H., 

Westerly, R. I., i. June 29 

WRIGHT, MALAN H.,Roxbury,Vt.,i.Dec.29 
YALE, DAVID L.,Ell8worth,Me.,o.7.).Sept.l3 



PASTOES DISMISSED, 

ADAM, J. DOUGLAS, Rupert, Vt., Feb. 16. 

BARNETT, JOHN H., Bethel ch., Nanti- 
coke, Pa.. March 23. 

BELDEN, WILLIAM H.,Bristol,Ct.,Apr.28. 

BELL, JAMES M., Lisbon, N. H., Nov. 29. 

BIXBY, JOSEPH P., Revere, Mass., June 9. 

BLAKESLEE, ERASTUS, Spencer, Mass., 
June 28. 

BOLSTER, WILLIAM H., South Wey- 
mouth, Mass., Apr. 12. 

BOYNl-ON, FRANCIS H., United ch., 
Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 20. 

BRADLEY, DAN F., Yankton, 8. D., Feb. 29. 

BROWN. CLARENCE T., Foreetville, Chi- 
cago, 111., Feb. 4. 



I BROWNE, DONALD, Tiverton, R. I., 

Sept. 14. 
1 BURR, HANFORD M.,Park ch., Springfield, 
I Mass., Nov. 11. 

BUTLER, FRANK E., Housatonic, Mass., 
March 22. 

CALHOUN, SOLTAU F.,Orwell, Vt., July 19. 
I CAMP,CHARLESW.,Wauke8ha,Wi8.,Nov.l. 

CARTER, HOMER W., Platteville, Wis., 
Oct. IS. 

CHASE, JAMES B., Iowa Falls. lo., June S. 

CONARD,WM.J.,Park Rapids.Minn., April 28 

DAV18, PERLEYB.,Hyde Park, Ms., Dec. 1. 

EMERSON, FORREST F., United ch., New- 
port, R. I., Nov. 21. 

FRENCH, S. F., Wallingford, Vt., May 3. 

GIST, WILLIAM W., Marion, lo., Apr. 19. 
! GUILD, CHAS. L.. Enosburgh, Vt., Apr. 6 
' GULICK, HERVEY, Hancock.N. H., July 19. 
j HARLOW, SAM'L A., Whitefield cb.. New- 
1 buryport, Mass., May 17. 
i HAUGHTON. R. J., Rocbport, Me., Sept. 2S. 

HOLBROOK,D.L.,Lake Geneva,Wi8.,Dcc.25. 

HUDSON, DORR A.,Cherryfield, Me., June 7. 

HUTCHINS, WILLIAM T., Ellington, Ct. 

JENKINS, JONATHAN L., First ch., Pitts- 
field, Mass., July 25 

JENKINS, RICHARD, Gardiner, Me.,Fcb. 1. 
I JENNINGS, WM. J., Redding, Ct., June 2. 

JOHNSON, GEO. H., Memorial ch., George- 
I town, Mass., May 9. 
I JONES, JOHN D., Neath, Pa., May 31. 
i KELLOGG, H.MARTIN,Lebanon,Ct.,JulyG. 
I KENNGOTT, GEO. F., Newport, N. H., 
! July 26. 
1 KNIGHT, EDW. H., West Springfield, Ms , 

Sept. 19. 
I LANSING, ISAAC J., Salem st. ch., Wor- 
j cester, Mass., Feb. 2. 

' LELAND, WILLIS D., Pilgrim cb., No. 
Weymoulb, Mass., Jan. 12. 

LLOYD, RHYS R., Geneva, 111., Aug. 22. 

LYI.E, WM. W., Bay City, Micb., Sept. 29. 

i McBRIAR, THOS., Post Mills. Vu, Aug. 25. 

j McINTOSH, CHARLES H.. Plantsville, Ct. 

' MKRRIAM, ALEXANDER R., First cb., 

Grand Rapids, Mich., June 1. 

MOODY, CALVIN B., Osage, lo., Apr. 18. 
: NUTTING, JOHN D., Tabernacle cb., St. 

Louis, Mo., Dee. 5. 
' OAKES, FRED'K W., Jeffersonville, Vt., 
Sept 2. 

PARSONS, EDW. S., Greeley, Col., July 26. 

POPE, HOWARD W.,Palmer,Mass., May 23. 

RACKLIFF, A. J., Skowbegan, Me., Nov. 28. 
i RICHARDSON, H. J., Lincoln, Mass., May 10. 
1 ROBERTS, JOS. T., Shenandoah, Io.,May24. 

ROOT, EDW. P., East Hartford, Ct., June 7. 

ROSE, HENRY T., Lowell, Mass., Jau. 18. 

SCOTT, DARIUS B., Clinton, Ms., Oct. 20. 

SEVERANCE, C.N.,Hutchin8on, Kan., Jan. 5. 

SHEAR, A. L., Chelmsford, Mass., Nov. 2. 

SIMPSON, JOHN W., Cincinnati, ()., Sept. 5. 

SMITH, AZRO A., Johnson, Vt., Feb. 9. 

80ULE, SHERROD, Beverly, Mass., Feb. 2. 
I SPERRY, WILLARD Q., First ch., Man- 
chester, N. H., Dec. 22. 

STERLING. GEO., Dunbarton,N.H.,June 16. 

8T0NE,DWIGHTC.,No.Canaan, Ct.,Apr.20. 

TAYLOR, GRAHAM. Hartford,Ct.,Sept. 20. 

THOMAS, WM. A., Milford, N. H., Apr. 28. 

THOMSON, A. EUGENE, First ch., Cleve- 
land, O., Apr. 13. 

TODD, GEO. L.. Brookline. N. H., Oct. 5. 

TORRE Y, DAN'LT.,Dorche8ter,Ms.,May 17. 

TOWNE, SALEM D., Hampden, Me., Aug. 2. 

WALKER, JOS. N., Island Pond, Vt.,.Juue 7. 

WALKOM, E. J., Brownton, Minn., Aug. 31. 



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[1893. 



WEBSTER, EUGENE C, United ch., E. 

Providence, li. I., June 20. 
WHEATON, HENRY, Berlin, N. H., JuneV. 
WIDDEMER. H. T. Passaic, N. J., Apr. 26. 
WILLCOX, CHAS H., Lowell, Ms., Sept. 1. 



MINISTERS MARRIED. 

AIKEN, EDWIN E., of Peking, China, and 

Maud Lockwood, at New York, N. Y. Oct. 6. 
BACON, THEODORE D., of Essex, Vt., and 

Harriet P. Hlackman, of New Haven, Ct., 

at N. H,, June 2. 
BAILEY, JESSE, of Watertown, N. Y., and 

Thalia E. Mitchell, of South Britain, Ct., at 

S. B., Aug. 31. 
BARTLETT, WILLIAM A., of Ridgeland, 

111., and Esther A. Pitkin, of Rogers Park, 

at R. P., Feb. 23 
BA8SETT, AUSTIN B., of Ware, Mass., and 

Mary Ely, of New York, at Lyme, Ct., 

July 30. 
BLAISDELL, JAMES A., of Waukesha, 

Wis., and Florence L. Carrier, of Beloit, 

at B., Dec. 29. 
BOSTWICK, ELMER D., of 8heridan,Wyo., 

and Mabel Swift, of Ridtcway, Pa., at 

R., Feb. 29. 
BOYD, HERBERT W., and Mary L. Bridge- 
man, both of South Amherst, Mass., at S. A. 

June 30. 
BRADFORD, EMERY L., of Boxford, 

Mass., and Carrie M. Locke, of Boston, at 

B., Sept. 6. 
BUTLER, JAMES E., of Kalkaska, Mich., 

and Virginia L. Williams, of Manches- 
ter, at M. 
CAMPBELL, JOHN P., and Susan Hartley, 

both of Odell, 111., at O., S^pt. 20. 
CARTER, NATHAN F., of Concord, N. H., 

and Mrs. Harriet L. J. Gale, of Exeter, 

at E., Oct. 12. 
COSSAR, ANDREW O., and Mrs. Sara B. 

Willliams, both of Vertmonlville, Mich., at 

v., Nov. 1. 
CROSBY JOHN F., and Eva E. Hale, Both of 

Barrington, N. H., at B., June 22. 
CROSBY, SAMUEL B., of Loomis, Neb., 

and Josephine McLyman, of McCook, at 

Indianola, Dec. 15. 
DUDLEY, MYRON S., of Nantucket, Mass., 

and Mary E. Marrett, oi Standish, Me., at 8., 

Sept. 14. 
FELL0WE8, EDWARD C, of New Bedford, 

Mass., and Edith A. Hand, of New Haven, 

Ct.,atN. H., May 17. 
FRKY. THOMAS A., of Biddeford, Me., and 

Luella Leavitt. of Saco, at S., Jan. 27. 
GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM A., and Minnie 

Green, both of Potosi, Wis., at P. 
HASTINGS, ALLEN, of St. Louis, Mo., and 

Mary Longfellow, of Machias, Me., at M., 

Sept. 13. 
HAVEN, EGBERT D., of Rocklin, Cal., 

and Maria G. Pierpont, of San Francisco, 

at S. F. 
HENDRY, THOMAS, of Los Angeles, Cal., 

and Agnes J. Potter, of Temescal, at T., 

Oct. 19. 
HULLINGER, FRANK W., and Linnie M. 

Keiser, both of Windsor, Mo., at W., Feb. 3. 
KKL8EY, HENRY H., of Hartford, Ct., and 

Alice W. Miller, at Grand Rapids, Mich., 

Nov. 22. 
KELSEY, WILLIAM 8., of Boston, Mass , 

and Katherine M. Parsons, at Windham, 

Ct., Oct, 15. 



LAIRD, JAMES H., of Hinsdale, Mass., and 

Anna Harmon, of Suffleld, Ct., at S.. 

Sept. 28. 
LAWRENCE, HARRIS N., and Elsie M. 

Draper, at Douglas, lo., July 30. 
LEHTINEN, FRANZ, and Sophia Tuomaala, 

both of Harbor, O., at Harbor,- May 24. 
MASON, HENRY B., of Hebron, Ct., and 

Hattie M. Ilolden, of Reading, Mass., at 

Reading, Dec. 28. 
MERRIAM, FRANK N., of Ventura, Cal., 
and Mary H. Reid, of Dorchester, Mass., at 

South Boston, July 20. 
MILLAR, WILLIAM, of Kalkaska, Mich., 

and C L. Dixon, of Buffalo, N. Y., at 

Kalkaska, Nov. 21. 
MOORE, CHARLES D., of Ellis, Kan., and 

Elizabeth M. Reid, of Pana, at P., Dec. 

28. 
MORGAN, CHARLES, of Storrs, Ct.. and 

Annie J. Wyman, of Montclair, N. J., at 

Montclair, Aug. 10. 
NELSON, ROSCOE, of Windsor, Ct., and 

Harriet L. Cooke, of Worcester, Mass., at 

Windsor, June 30. 
PALMER, FRANK H., of Boxford, Mass., 

and Jessie M. Davis, of Sackville, N. S., at 

Boxford, May 12. 
PAPAZIAN, MANAS8EH G., and Mary E. 

Foster, both of Rowley, Mass., at R., 

Aug. 11. 
RATION, CARL S., of Auburn, Me., and 

Hattie Harrison, Dec. 29. 

PAUL, BENJAMIN F., of Chicago, HI., and 

Hattie J. Cook, of Englewood, at K., 
PILLSBURY, J. PE.\RSON. of East Boston, 

Mass., and Ada Huntley, of Lowell, at Mag- 
nolia, July 7. 
REID. DAVID C, of Spring Valley, Minn., 

and Josie D. Allen, of Le Roy,at L., Dec. 

28. 
ROSE, HENRY T., of Northampton, Mass., 

and Grace H. Backus, of New York, N. Y., 

atN. Y., Feb. 10. 
SARGENT, CHARLES F., of Thomasville, 

Ga., and A. Adella Holmes, of Great Bar- 

rinyton, Mass., at Great Barrington, July 12.. 
SCHAUFFLER, henry a., and Clara 

Hobart, both of Cleveland, 0.,at C.July 2S. 
SEVERANCE, CLAUD W M., and Almona 

Gil!, both of Japan, at Kobe, July 12. 
SHEAR, CHARLES B., and Mrs. Laura 

Matthews, both of Plain, 0.,at Plain,Nov. 3. 
SMITH, JOHN R., of Georgetown, Mass., 

and MaryE. Lyman, of Salem, at S., 8ept.22. 
STRONG, D WIGHT A., of Richmoud,Mich., 

and Ellen M. Moffet, of Huutsburgh, O., at 

Middlefleld, Jan.l3. 
TEBBETS, ARTHUR H., of Glencoe. Minn., 

and Ella C. Buck, of Detroit, at D., June 22. 
THAYER, LUCIUS H., of Portsmouth, N. H., 

and Helen C. Rand, of Westfield, Mass., at 

Westfield. June29. 
THOMPSON, JAMES B., of Tientsin, China, 

and Tinnie J). E. Hewitt, at T., Oct. 25. 
TOBEY, RUFUS B.. of Boston, Mass , and 

Genevieve R. Gifford, of WoUaston, at Wol- 

laston. May 12. 
WENTWORTH, HENRY H., of Goffstown, 

N. H., and Grace Pentield, of Bristol, Ct., 

at Bristol, June 28. 
WHITE. SCHUYLER 8., and Ida A. Mc- 
Lennan, both of Japan, at Okayama, June — 
WILCOX, FRANK G., of Chicago, 111., and 

Marian A. Clark, of Yankton, 8. D., at 

Yankton, May 19. 
WILLIAMS, MARK, of Kalgan, China, and 

Alice Graves, at Ann Arbor, Mich., June 30. 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 17 



VITAL STATISTICS 

OP THE 

CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS 
Who died in the Year 1892. 



Abbot, Theophilus Capkn, ll. d., son of Joseph and Rachel Lombard 
(Capen) Abbot, was born in Vassalboro, Me., 1826, April 29. Augusta 
High School; graduated, Colby University, 1845; teacher, Vermont and 
Maine, 1845-51 ; tutor, Colby University, 1852-3 ; Bangor Theological 
Seminary, 1853-5; principal, high school, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1856-7; pro- 
fessor English Literature, Michigan Agricultural College, Lansing, 1857-62; 
president, 1862-85; professor, mental philosophy and logic after. Ordained, 
1867, June 7. Michigan University gave the honorary ll. d , 1871. Married, 
1860, July 6, Mary Henderson, daughter of "William and Mary Henderson 
(Mouat) Merrylees, of Lerwick, Scotland. Two children. Died of paralysis, 
1892, Nov. 7, aged 66 years, 6 months and 8 days. 

Bailey, Alfred Edgar, son of Lewis and Mary Elizabeth (Brown) 
Bailey, was born in Galva, 111., 1858, July 3. Spring Arbor Seminary, Michigan, 
1873-9. Merchant and postmaster. Spring Arbor; Cambria and Morenci. 
Ordained, Prattville, 1892, March 2, but was able to preach only two or 
three Sundays. Married, 1879, July 18, Isadore, daughter of Rev. Ira Wells 
and Mary Jane (Fitzgerald) Bell, of Pittsford, Mich. One of two sons living. 
Died of consumption, 1892, April 14, aged 33 years, 9 months, and 11 days. 

Barrows, Charles Dana, d. d., son of Dr. Eeuel and Anne Kimball 
(Dana) Barrows, was born in Fryeburg, Me., 1844, April 21; Fryeburg 
Academy, graduated Dartmouth College, 1864, and Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1871. Ordaiued, Kirk Street Church, Lowell, Mass., 1871, July 13; 
dismissed, 1881, Oct. 28; installed First Church, San Francisco, Cal., 1882, 
Feb. 14; dismissed, 1890, June 23; without charge, Lowell, Mass., and 
Worcester after. His alma mater gave the honorary d. d. 1883. Married, 
1866, May 16, Marion, daughter of Rev. Samuel H. and Hannah (Prentice) Mer- 
rill, of Portland, Me. Three sons and one daughter. Died in the hospital 
at Worcester, of paresis, 1892, Sept. 15, aged 48 years, 4 months, and 24 days. 

Benton, Joseph Augustine, d.d., son of Daniel and Fanny Ledyard 
(Eliot) Benton, was born in Guilford, Ct., 1818, May 7; graduated, Yale Col- 
lege, 1842, and Theological Seminary. 1846; acting pastor of Maiden, Mass., 
J847-8; Sacramento, Cal., 1849, until ordained 1851, March 5; dismissed 
18G3, Feb. 28; installed 2d Church, San Francisco, 1864, May 22; dismissed, 
1869, March 1 ; professor of sacred literature. Pacific Theological Seminary, 
1869, until death. His alma mater gave the honorary d. d., 1870. Published : 
(1) The California Pilgrims, 1852, pp. 261. (2) The Sacramento'Valley : a 



18 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

poem, 1855. (3) The Republic of Letters, 1858. ^4) Gone, Gone is the 
Great Republic: a poem, 1862. (5) Problems of Empire, 1868. (6) The 
Retrospect: a poem, 1888. (7)^The All-round Man: a poem, 1891. He also 
wrote several hymns and "was an editor of The Pacific, from its foundation 
for four years, and from 1863 until death. He represented the Pacific Theo- 
logical Seminary in the International Council, London, in 1891, and was three 
times moderator of the General Association. Married, 1863, July 7, Frances 
A., daughter of Enos and Almerine (Bigelow) Sargent, of Sacramento, Cal. 
Died of cancer of liver, following la grippe, 1892, April 8, aged 73 years, 11 
months, and 1 day. 

BiSBEE, John Hatch, son of Jonathan and Susannah (Bemis) Bisbee ; was 
born in Chesterfield, Mass., 1805, Jan. 23. Hadley Academy ; graduated Union 
College, 1831. Ordained, Middlefield, Mass,, 1834, Feb. 20, dismi^ed, 
1838, Dec. 3; installed, Worthiugton, 1838, Dec. 19; dismissed, 1867, 
March 5; installed, Huntington, 1867, April 10; dismissed, 1877, May 1; 
without cbai'ge Westfleld after. Trustee, Williston Seminary, 1851, till 
death, and for thirty-six years a member of the Town School Board. Mem- 
ber of Che Legislature, 1864. Published: (1) Election Sermon, 1847, pp. 35. 
(2) Lecturesto Young Men, 1849, pp. 172. (3) Church History of Worthing- 
ton, 1853, pp. 15. (4) Address on Twent5'^-Fifth Anniversary of his Settle- 
ment in Worthington, 1864, pp. 12. (5) History of Huntington, 1876, pp. 
40. Married, 1834, May 5, Clarissa, J., daughter of Elihu and Hannah 
(Judd) Lyman, of Westhampton, who died, 1884, Feb. 29. Of six children 
three daughters are living, one the wife of Rev. Prof. Harvey Porter, of 
Beirut, Syria. Died of old age, 1892, Jan. 26, aged, 87 years, and 3 days. 

Blakely, QtnNCY, son of David and Esther (Edgerton) Blakely, was born 
in Pawlet, Vt., 1824, Sept. 17. Castleton Seminary, 1850; graduated Vermont 
University, 1854, and Union Theological Seminary, 1857. Ordained, Rodman, 
N. Y., 1859, Feb. 16; acting pastor there, 1857-63; installed, Campton, N. H., 
1864, June 29; dismissed, 1887, Dec. 6; acting pastor, Marlboro, 1888-90; 
Wakefield, 1891, until death. Superintendent of Schools in Campton nearly 
twenty years. Published : An Historical Discourse at the Centennial Cele- 
bration of the Church in Campton, 1874, pp. 78. Married, 1858, Dec. 9,. 
Gertrude, daughter of Israel Newton and Diana (Gilbert) Sykes, of Dorset, 
Vt. Three sons and three daughters. Died of angina pectoris, 1892, Feb. 
25, aged 67 years, 5 months, and 8 days, 

Blanchard Jonathan, son of Jonathan and Polly (Lovell) Blanchard, 
was born in Rockingham, Vt., 1811, Jan. 19. Chester Academy; graduated, 
Middlebury College, 1832, and Lane Theological Seminary, 1838; two years 
at Andover. City missionary, Cincinnati, 1838. Ordained, Sixth Presby- 
terian church, Cincinnati, 1838, Oct. 31; dismissed, 1846; president, Kuos 
College, Illinois, 1846-60; of WheatonCollege,'1860-82 ; without charge, there, 
after. Published: (1) The Torrent, 1831, pp. 60. (2) Memoir of Levi 
Spencer, 1856. Edited Scotch Bite Masonry, illustrated, 2 vols., 1887, 
pp. 500 each; Edited Oddfellotoship, illustrat(;d, 1888, pp. 308. Married, 
1838, Sept. 7, Mary Avery, daughter of Samuel and Catherine (Avery) Bent, 
of Middlebury, Vt., who died, 1890, Jan. 5. Of five sons and seven daughters,. 



1893. J VITAL STATISTICS* 19 

five of the latter living, and one son, Rev. Charles A., who succeeded him as 
president of Wheaton College. Died of the grip, 1892, May 14, aged 81 years,- 
3 months, and 25 days. 

Bliss, Edwin Elisha, D.D., son of Henry and Abigail (Grout) Bliss, was 
born in Putney, Vt., 1817, April 12.' Springfield, Mass., High School; grad-- 
uated, Amherst College, 1837, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1842. 
Teacher Amherst Acatlemy, 1837-9. Ordained, Springfield, 1843, Feb. 9. 
Missionary, A. B. C. F. M., in Turkey, at Trebizond, 1843-52; Marsovan, 
1852-6; Constantinople, after. He visited the United States, 1848-50; 1862-4; 
1873-4 ; and 1886-7. His alma mater gave the honorary d. d. in 1869. 
Married, 1843, Feb. 20, Isabella, daughter of Richard King and Mary 
(Clapp) Porter, of Portland, Me. Of three daughters, one died young, 
and two are the wives of Rev. H. G. O. Dwight and L. S. Ward, 
treasurer of the A. B. C. F. M. Rev. "W. D. P. Bliss of Boston, is an only 
son. Died of old age, 1892, Dec. 20, aged, 75 years, 8 months, and 8 days. 

Burr, Willard, son of Salmon and Mary (Ensign) Burr, was born in 
Winsted, Ct., 1812, Feb. 8. Graduated, Oberlin College, 1840, and Theologi- 
cal Seminary, 1843. Ordained at Oberlin, 1843, Aug. 23; acting pastor, 
Strongsville, Ohio, 1843-4, 1845-7, and 1863-5; Charleston, 1844-5, and 
1847-9; Canfleld, 1847-52, and Edinburgh, 1849-52; Ravenna, 1852-60; resi- 
dence, after 1865, at Oberlin, supplying, after, neighboring churches and 
acting pastor, Pittsfield, La Grange, 1866-9 ; Brighton and Rochester, 1869-72. 
Published : The Gospel Model of Church Organization and Discipline, 1854, 
pp. 12. Married, 1843, Aug. 27, Almira S., daughter of George and Mabel 
(Hannahs) Burr, of Lodi, Ohio. Of five children, one was Rev. Austin H. 
Burr, who died, 1891, Dec. 5. Died of apoplexy, 1892, Aug. 18, aged 80 years, 
6 months, and 10 days. 

Burr, Zalmon Barlow, son of Zalmon and Mary (Hanford) Burr, was 
born in Westport, Ct., 1812, Oct. 4. Preparatory study, with Dr. Hawley 
Olmsted, Wilton ; graduated, Yale College, 1839, and Theological Seminary, 
1842. Ordained, Ridgebury, Ct., 1843, June 7; dismissed, 1850, June 7; act- 
ing pastor, Weston, 1850-73; without charge, Southport, after. .Married, 
1842, June 9, Ehzabeth H., daughter of Captain Walter and Elizabeth (Sher- 
wood) Thorp, of Southport, Ct., who died, 1878, Dec. 7. Married, 1881, June 
29, Ida E. K., daughter of Hopkins and Mary E. (Parsons) Foskett, of 
Hampton, Va. Died of la grippe, 1892, Jan. 7, aged T9 years, 3 months, and 
3 days. 

Chandler, Joseph, son of John and Deborah (Eddy) Chandler, was born 
in Woodstock, Ct., 1819, Aug. 12. Monson Academy; graduated, Yale Col- 
lege, 1842, and student in Theological Seminary, 1842-4. Ordained, West 
Brattleboro', Vt., 1846, April 22; dismissed, 1872, Dec. 26; acting pastor, 
Saxton's River, Rockingham, 1873-6; Glencoe, Minn., 1876-81; St. Cloud, 
1882; Strawberry Point, Iowa, 1884-7; Lakeland, Minn., 1887-91; without 
charge, St. Anthony Park after. Published : The Confederacy of Judah with 
Assyria: a sermon. Married, 1850, Nov. 11, Gertrude Matilda, daughter of 
Arad and Melinda (Brown) Chandler, of Brattleboro', Vt., who died, 1891, 
March 31. Three daughters deceased, and three sons, of whom one is Rev. 



20 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

Joseph H. Chandler. Died of old age, 1892, July 27, aged 72 years, 11 months, 
and 14 days. 

Chapin, Aaron Lucius, d. r>., ll. d., son of Laertes and Laura (Colton) 
Chapin, was born in Hartford, Ct., 1817, Feb. 6. Hartford Grammar School; 
Graduated, Yale College, 1837 ; Union Theological Seminary, 1842 ; teacher, 
Baltimore, 1837-8; professor. Deaf and Dumb Institute, 1839-43. Ordained, 
Presbyterian church, Milwaukee, Wis., 1844, Jan. 24; dismissed, 1849, Dec. 
17; president, Beloit College, 1850-86; president emeritus, and profe.«isor of 
civil polity after. "Williams College gave the honorary d. d., 1853; and the 
University of New York, ll. d., 1882; trustee, Beloit College, 1845-92; Rock- 
ford Female Seminary, 1845-92; Chicago Theological Seminary, 1858-91; 
corporaie member A. B. C F.M., 1851-89; special commissioner to its Turkish 
missions, 1883; director, A. H. M. S., 1850-83; vice-president, A. M. A. from 
1872; member. National Councils, 1871, 4, 7, 80, and 6, and in 1880 chairman 
of the committee of seven, who named the Creed Commission; of Inter- 
national S. S. Lesson committee, 1872-9; trustee, Wisconsin Institute for 
Deaf and Dumb, 1865-81; president, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, 
and Letters, 1878-81 ; examiner U. S. Naval Academy, 1872 ; Military Academy, 
1878 ; an editor. Congregational Beview, 1870-1 ; of the New Englander, 1872-3 ; 
member of the National Council of Education. Published: (1) Inaugural 
Discourse, 1850, pp. 42. (2) Beloit College, Its Origin and Aims, 1872. pp. 12. 
(3) Funeral discourse. Rev. Dexter Clary, 1874, pp. 22. (4) Funeral discourse. 
Rev. John J. Miter, 1875, pp. 43. (5) Sketch of Dexter Clary, 1876, pp. 12. 
(6) Historical Sketch of Beloit College, 1876, pp. 81. (7) The Nature and 
Functions of Credit, 1878, pp. 8. (8) Sermon before A. H. M. S., 1878, pp. 
2L. (9) Edited and recast Elements of Political Economy, by Wayland, 
1878, pp. 403. (10) First Principles of Political Economy, 1879, pp. 213, 
(11) Charge to Prof. Samuel I. Curtiss, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1879. 
l)p. 6. (12) The True Function of the American College : oration before the 
University Convocation, Albany, N. Y., 1882, pp. 10. (13) Sermon before 
A. B. C. F. M., 1884, pp. 18. (14) The Unveiling of the Chapin Monument, 
Springfield, Mass., includes an address by Dr. Chapin, of 16 pages. (15) 
Baccalaureate Sermons, 1878-9, 80, 5, 8; Married, 1843, Aug. 23, Martha, 
daughter of Rudolphus and Love (Wells) Colton, of Lenox, Mass., who died, 
1859, Dec. 18. Of three children, one is living. Married, 1861, Aug. 26, 
Fanny Learned, daughter of Robert and Charlotte (Coit) Coit of New London, 
Ct. Of four children, three are living. Died of apoplexy, 1892, July 22, 
aged 75 years, 5 months, and 16 days. 

Chapin, Nathan Colton, son of Laertes and Laura (Colton) Chapin, was 
born in Hartford, Ct., 1823, Sept. 20. Graduated, Yale College, 1844; Union 
Theological Seminary, 1849. Acting pastor, Milwaukee, Wis., 1849-51, and 
ordained there, 1851, Nov. 2; Watertown, 1851-3; Kenosha, 1854-7; La 
Crosse, 1857-71; Faribault, Minn., 1871-3; Rochester, 1874; without charge 
there, 1877-82; Miuneapolis afcer. Superintendent of public schools, La 
Crosse, Married, 1854, Sept. 28, at Washington, Mary, daughter of John and 
Mary Fountain, of London, England. Four childen. Died of valvular disease 
of the heart, 1892, Dec. 11, aged 69 years, 2 months, and 21 days. 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 21 

CoLTON, Erastus, SOD of Rufus and Mary (Button) Colton, was born in 
Agawam, then a part of West Springfield, Mass., 1806, April 12. Munson and 
Albany, N. Y., Academies. Graduated, Yale College, 1832, and Theological 
Seminary, 1837 ; principal, preparatory department, lUiuois College, 1832-4. 
Ordained, Cheshire, Ct., 1838, Jan. 17, dismissed, 1843, July 21; installed, 
Michigan City, Ind., 1844, Nov. 20, dismissed, 1849, April 10; installed, 
Niles, Mich., 1850, Oct. 23, dismissed, 1852, Nov. 9; acting pastor, Haddam, 
Ct., 1852-4; Millville, N. Y., 1854-6; West Haven, Ct., 1856-8 ; installed, 
Southwick, Mass., 1858, Oct. 19, dismissed, 1861, July 1; acting pastor, 
Northfield, Ct., 1861-4; agent, Christian Commission, in the army, and of the 
Freedmen's Commission, 1864-9; without charge, New Haven, Ct., 1868-75; 
installed, Willington, 1875, Oct. 10, dismissed, 1882, April 1; without 
charge, Roscoe, 111., 1882-4; acting pastor, Shirland, HI., 1884-8; without 
charge, Roscoe, 111., after. Published: An Historical Discourse, West 
Haven, 1857. Married, 1838, Sept. 13, Jennette Maria, daughter of Levi and 
Electa (Hall) Allen, of Meriden, Ct., who died, 1849, Feb. 1. Married, 1850, 
April 5, Jane Almira, daughter of Deacon Joseph and Charlotte (Hemingway) 
Prudden, of Orange, Ct., who died, 1856, March 17. A son is living; a 
daughter died. Married, 1858, Nov. 9, Mrs. Mary Ann, widow of William 
Mather, of Cromwell, Ct., and daughter of Samuel and Charlotte (De Wolfe) 
Brower, of New York, who died, 1883, Jan. 19. Died of capillary bronchitis, 
1892, Jan. 31, aged 85 years, 9 months and 19 days. 

Crane, Ethan Barrows, son of Jonathan and Orpha (Barrows) Crane, 
was born in West Troy, N. Y., 1811, July 15. Graduated Union College, 1832, 
and Auburn Theological Seminary, 1835; post-graduate there, 1835-6. Or- 
dained, Old Saybrook, Ct., 1838, June 27, dismissed, 1851, Sept. 27; acting 
pastor. Deep River, East Hampton, Essex and Westbrook, 1851-6; Hunter's 
Point, N. Y., 1855-9; without charge there and in Brooklyn, sometime in 
charge, City, Mission and Tract Society, until 1874 ; acting pastor. South 
Meriden, Ct., 1874-9 ; without charge Brooklyn after. Married, 1839, Oct. 8. 
Deborah Elizabeth, daughter of Timothy and Azubah (Stannard) Pratt, of 
Saybrook, who died, 1873, Aug. 15. Two children. Died of old age, 1892, 
March 7, aged 80 years, 7 months, and 22 days. 

CoRTiss, Leander, son of Rev. Elial and Emily (Newell) Curtiss, was born 
in Green Creek, Ohio, 1825, Nov. 11. For some time a student at Olivet 
College and at Hinsdale, Mich. Ordained, Free-Will Baptist, 1856, Feb. 20. 
Of his ministry before 1878, no record can be given. One year was spent in 
the array, and his regiment, while on a forced march in Alabama, left him, as 
it was supposed, to die at the house of a rebel. He was in Kansas, 1872-6, 
and about that time became a Congregationalist. Acting pastor Sheboygan 
and Weldon Creek, Mich., 1878-82; Croton, 1882-5; East Gilead, 1885-9; 
without charge there after. Married, 1851, March, Amanda E., daughter of 
Roswell and Nancy (Jewett) Sage, of Oswego, N. Y. One son and one 
daughter. Died of cancer, 1892, May 4, aged 66 years, 5 months, and 23 days. 

Dame, Charles, son of Joseph and Annie (Plummer) Dame, was born in 
South Berwick, Me., 1810, Sept. 12. Berwick Academy. Graduated Bow- 
doin College, 1835, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1838. Ordained, Fal- 



22 CONGEEGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

mouth, Me., 1839, March 29," dismissed 1853, Au^. 11; installed, Brentwood, 
N. H., 1854, May ]9, dismissed 1856, Nov. 12; without charge, Exeter, 1857- 
72; acting pastor, Quasqueton, lo., 1872-6; West Newbury, Mass., 1877-81; 
residence after, at Falmouth, Me., but supplying churches, Andover, 1881-8; 
Newfleld, 1885-7; and Phippsburg, 1887-9. Married, 1840, Jan. 28, Nancy 
Jenness, daughter of Samuel Perkins and Theodate (Drake) Page, of Acton, 
Me. Two sons, one of whom died young, and three daughters. Died of 
cerebral hemorrhage, 1892, June 26, aged 81 years, 9 mouths, and 14 days. 

Davison, Joseph, son of Deacon John and Elizabeth (Williams) Davison, 
was born in Ludlow, Vt., 1805, "Aug. 13. Amherst Academy, 1824-7; Middle- 
bury College, 1827-9 ; teacher, Dorset, Vt., Pittstown, N. Y., Troy and Schati- 
coke, 1829-34; Albany Classical School, 1835-6; studied theology with Rev. 
Justus Parsons, Jamaica, Vt., 1836-8; acting pastor, Stratton, Vt., 1836-8; 
Whitehall, N. Y., 1839; South Granville, 1839-40; Hebron, 1840-1; Centre 
Lisle, 1841-3; ordained Baiubridge, 1842, Jan. 13; Castle Creek, 1843; 
Jackson, Pa., 1844-7; Allen, N. Y., 1848; Bainbridge, 1849; East and North 
Guilford, 1850-1; Lebanon, 1851-2 ; Harford, 1852-3; Le Eaysville, Pa., 
1853-5; Scott, N. Y., 1856; Speedsville, 1857; without charge, Oberlin, Ohio, 
1858-72; and residence with his son after. Married, 1835, Dec. 28, Annis, 
daughter of Dea. Joseph and Mary (White) Brown, of Tinmouth, Vt., who 
died in Wayne, Ohio, 1885, Sept. 7. Four children, one son, living. Rev. 
Joseph B. Davison. Died in Hartland, Wis., of catarrhal consumption, 
1892, Feb. 8, aged 86 years, 5 months, and 25 days. 

Dawes, Ebenezer, son of Dr. Ebenezer and Mrs, Whitehoru (Shepherd) 
(Cooke) Dawes, was born in Taunton, Mass., 1825, Aug. 30. Taunton 
Academy. Graduated Brown University, 1846. Studied law and was a 
lawyer for several years. Ordained, Dighton, Mass., 1864, Sept. 8; acting 
pastor there, 1862-79 ; Lakeville, 1880, until death. Published: (1) Funeral 
Sermons of Dr. Joseph E. Briggs, 1867, pp. 34, (2) of Dea. John P. Wade, 
1867, pp. 23, and (3) of Dea. Benjamin Trafton, 1875, pp. 16. (4) Memorial 
Address, Rev. James P. Lane, 1889, pp. 16. He was an editor and proprietor 
of the Bristol County Bepuhlican, 1861-85. Married, 1861, Nov. 19, Anne 
Maria, daughter of George and Lucinda (Clapp) Bosworth, of Petersham, 
Mass. Three of four daughters living. Died of pneumonia, 1892, Jan. 29, 
aged 66 years and 5 months. 

J)UDLEY, Martin, son of Amos and Sarah (Evarts) Dudley, was born in 
Guilford, Ct., 1814, Dec. 30. Graduated, Yale College, 1839, and Theological 
Seminary, 1843. Taught, Wethersfleld, Ct., 1840; acting pastor. North 
Madison, Ct., 1845-6; teacher, Southwick, Mass., 1847-9. Ordained, Easton, 
Ct., 1851, Dec. 31, dismissed, 1879, April 1; without charge there, till 1885, 
and after, Lowell, Mass. Married, 1852, Jan. 15, Sarah, daughter of Alva 
and Deborah (Gillette) Rowland, of Windsor, Ct., who died 1880, Dec. 1. 
Two sons and a daughter, wife of Rev. Charles H. Willcox. Died of 
inflammation of the bladder, 1892, May 22, aged 77 years, 4 months, and 23 
days. 

DuTTOx, Albert Ira, son of Ira and Emmeline (Dutton) Dutton, was 
born in Stowe, Vt., 1831, Aug. 5. West Randolph Academy. Graduated, 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS, 23 

Middlebury College, 1858, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1863 ; Hartford 
Theological Seminary, 1860-2. Teacher, Topsfleld and Georgetown, Mass., 
1858-60. Ordained, Shirley, Mass., 1863, Nov. 11, dismissed, 1869, Nov. 11; 
installed, E. Longmeadow, 1869, Dec. 8, dismissed, 1885, July 1 ; installed, 
Royalton, Vt., 1886, Sept. 1, dismissed, 1887, Sept. 26; without charge, South 
Framiugham, Mass., after. He served in the Christian Commission, in war 
time; was a trustee of Monsou Academy. Married, 1863, Oct. 29, Helen A., 
daughter of Jacob Whittemore and Ruhamah (Tenney) Reed, ofGroveland, 
Mass. Two sons and two daughters; one of the latter died young, and the 
other graduated, Mt. Holyoke College, 1891; Rev. Charles H. Button is a 
son. Died of bronchitis, 1892, Feb. 13, aged 60 years, 6 months, and 8 days. 

Eastman, LuciUi? Root, son of Joseph and Lois (Root) Eastman, was born 
in Hadley, Mass., 1809, Sept. 15. Amherst Academy. Graduated, Amherst 
College, 1833, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1836. Ordained, Sharon, 
Mass., 1837, Nov. 15, dismissed, 1840, Sept. 3; acting pastor, Berkley, 1840, 
and 1846-56; Chelsea, 1841; Cornwall, Ct., 1841-2; Provlucetown, Mass., 
1842-4; Pelham, 1845; Pilgrim church, Boston, 1845-6; Needham, 1857-9; Ne- 
ponset and Hyde Park, 1860-2; without charge and evangelist, Boston, after. 
Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Published : 
(1) Guide to God. (2) Guide to the Savior. Married, 1837, Dec. 20, Sarah 
Ann, daughter of Aaron and Sarah (Hibbard) Belden, of Amherst, Mass. 
Two daughters and a son. Rev. Lucius R. E., of Framingham. Died of 
catarrh of the stomach, 1892, March 29, aged 82 years, 6 months, and 14 days. 

FiSKE, Albert William, son of William and Lucy (Bradish) Fiske, was 
born in Upton, Mass., 1802, Jan. 16. Wrentham Academy. Graduated 
Brown University, 1829, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1832. Ordained 
Alfred, Me., 1833, May 8; acting pastor there, 1832-44; Scarboro, 1844-48; 
Houlton, 1848; Upton, Mass., 1849; installed, Kittery, Me., 1850, July 18, 
dismissed, 1857, April 1 ; installed, Penacook, N. H., 1857, May 20, dismissed 
1863, Sept. 16; acting pastor. Centre Harbor, 1864; Boscswen, 1865; 
Warner, 1865; Barnstead, 1866-8; Groton, 1869-71; residing at Penacook, 
1857, till death. Purjlished : A New Year Offering, 1880, p. 132. Married, 
1833, Jan. 1, Mary, daughter of Elnathan and Lucy (Partridge) Davis, of 
Holden, Mass., who died 1850, Jan. 2. Of five children, two are living 
Married, 1851, June 18, Mary Ann, daughter of John and Anna (Hall) 
Whipple, of Charlton, Mass. Of three children, two are living. Died of old 
age, 1892, Dec. 7, aged 90 years, 10 months, and 21 days. 

Foster, Roswell, son of Richard and Irene Davis (Burroughs) Foster, 
was born in Hanover, N. H., .1824, June 30. Henniker and Hopkintou 
Academies. Graduated, Dartmouth College, 1849, and Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1853. Ordained, Second church, Waltham, Mass., 1855, March 
14, dismissed, 1856, Sept. 10; installed, Westhampton, 1856, Nov. 20, dis- 
missed, 1858, Dec. 28; installed. South church, Pittsfield, Mass., 1859, Feb. 
2, dismissed, 1861, Jan. 24; acting pastdr, Chicopee Falls, 1861, until installed 
1863, Oct. 13, dismissed, 1867, June 26; acting pastor, Nebraska City, 
Neb., 1867-72; Fremont, 1872-5; without charge, Newton, lo., 1875-6, 
Ottumwa, 1876-7; acting pastor, Winthrop, 1877-9, and Independence, 1877- 



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82; Westmoreland, N. H., 1884-5; Terapleton and Baldwinville, Mass., 1885- 
9; Phillipston and Petersham, 1889, until death. Servtd in the Christian 
Commission, 1864. Married, 1855, Mar. 20, Esther Josephine, daughter of 
Gilbert S. and Caroline Lewis, of Huntington, Mass., who died, 1864, Aug. 
20, of camp fever, in "Washington, D. C. Married, 1867, July 24, Mary, 
daughter of John and Ada (Perry) La Fore. Of seven children, two sons 
and two daughters living. Died of Bright's disease, at Phillipston, 1892, May 
7, aged 67 years, 10 months, and 8 days. 

Fowler, Stacy, son of Edward Stacy and Mary (Hardison) Fowler, was 
born in Machias, Me., 1829, Feb. 27. A teacher several years, read law and 
edited the Machias Republican. Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 
1861. Ordained, North Yarmouth, Me., 1862, Sept. 30; acting pastor there, 
1862-3; Turner, 1864-6; installed, Millbury, Mass., 1866, Dec. 6, dismissed, 
1879, March 5 ; correspondent of Christian Union, residing Cambridge and 
Roxbury, 1879-88; acting pastor. East Milton, 1884-7; Cliftondale, 1888- 
91 ; without charge after; chairman of the school board in Saugus, 3 years. 
Married, 1855, Dec. 2, Margaret K., daughter of William A. and Eliza Lowell 
(Alline) Crocker, of Machias, Me. Of seven children, three sons living. 
Died of cerebral hemorrhage 1892, Nov. 3, aged 63 years, 8 months, and 6 
days. 

Frederick, Henry Alfred, son of John and Lydia (Heffner) Frederick, 
was born in Cedarville, now Congo, Pa., 1854, Aug. 10. Phillips Academy, 
Andover, 1879-82 ; Johns Hopkins University, 1883-4. Graduated, Andover 
Theological Seminary, 1887. Ordained, Croydon. N. H., 1889, June 19; 
acting pastor, there, 1887-90; advanced class, Andover, 1890-1. Died of 
consumption at Congo, Pa., 1892, Feb. 3, aged 37 years, 5 months, and 23 
'days. 

Geer, Heman, son of Amos and Dolly (Thompson) Gear, was born in 
Richmond, Vt., 1818, Oct. 20. Graduated, Oberlin Theological Seminary, 
1848. Ordained, Pittsfleld, Ohio, 1848, Aug. — ; acting pastor, Conneaut, 
Pa., 1848-50; Pierpont, Ohio, 1850-4; West Andover, 1852-6; Wayne, 1856- 
m\ Manistee, Mich., 1866-7; agent, A. M. A., for Michigan, 1867-9; acting 
pastor, Kelloggsville, Ohio, 1869-72; Edinburgh, 1872-7; Nevin, Iowa, 
1877-9; Wabaunsee, Kan., 1879-86; without charge, after, Tabor, Iowa, 
except supplying Bradshaw, Neb., 1888-9. Oberlin College gave the honorary 
A. M., 1865. Published: (1) Discourse Commemorative of Frederick M. 
Giddings, who died in a Military Hospital, 1864, pps. 14. (2) Another funeral 
Sermon, 1866. Married, 1844, Jan. 12, Lydia, daughter of George O. and 
Julia Ann (Steele) Williams, of Amherst, Ohio. Six children. Died of 
valvular heart disease, 1892, Jan. 25, aged 73 years, '3 months, and 5 days. 
Gould, Samxjel Lamson, son of Samuel and Mary (Long) Gould, was born 
in Topsfleld, Mass., 1809, March 26. Dummer Academy, Byfleld, Mass. 
Graduated, Bowdoin Medical College, 1832. Practised medicine, Searsport, 
Me., 1832-4; Orrington, 1834-7. Studied theology with Rev. Wales Lewis, 
Brewer; acting pastor, Dixmont, 1838-9; ordained Bristol, 1839, Oct. 23, 
dismissed, 1848, Feb. 9; acting pastor, Boothbay, 1848-52; New Portland, 
1852-4; Phillips, 1852-6; Albany, 1856-70; without charge, North Waterford, 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 25 

Bethel, 1870-90; Lewiston after. Married, 1834, Aug. , Ann P., daughter 
of William and Sarah (Farrington) Poor, of Belfast, Me., who died 1869, 

Feb. 28. Of ten children, six are living. Married, 1884, June 2, Mrs. , 

daughter of Gen. James and Susan (Ingalls) Burbank, of Gilead, Me., and 
widow of Galen C. Holt, and of Judson E. Stearns, of Bethel. Died of old 
age, 1892, Jan. 16, aged 82 years, 10 months, and 20 days. 

Greely, Stephex Sewaxl Norton, son of Stephen Leavitt and Ann 
(Norton) Greely, was born in Gilmanton, N. H., 1813, Jan. 23. Gilmanton 
Academy, of w'hich also preceptor, 1836-8. Graduated, Dartmouth College, 
1835, and Gilmanton Theological Seminary, 1838; Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1837. Ordained, Gilmanton Iron Works, 1830, Jan. 31, dismissed, 
1842, Oct. 19; installed, Newmarket, 1842, Dec. 15; dismissed, 1847, Feb. 
23; acting pastor, Chicopee, Mass., 1847-51; installed, Great Barrington, 
1852, Feb. 4, dismissed, 1857, March 3; acting pastor, Grand Rapids, Mich., 
1857-65; Oswego, N. Y., 1866-74; Pittsfield, N. H., 1874-9, residing at Gil- 
manton; acting pastor there, 1879-86, and without charge after. Member 
of State Legislature, 1879. Married, 1840, Sept. 29, Sarah B., daughter of 
Rev. Jonathan and Betsey (Barker) Curtis, of Pittsfield, N. H. One daughter 
and a son. Rev. Frank N. Greeley. Died of heart failure, 1892, Oct. 25, aged 
79 years, 9 months, and 2 days. 

Greene, Caleb, son of John and Telithe Greene, was born in Elizabeth, Ky., 
1832, Feb. 1. Joined a church of the United Brethren, 1848, and became a 
Congregationalist, 1869. He served in the civil war in an Indiana regiment, 
1862-5. Ordained, near Oakland City, Ind., 1880; acting pastor. Central, 
1882-5 ; without charge, Oakland City, 1885-7 ; acting pastor, Hosmer, 1887-9 ; 
Tennyson, 1890; without charge, Oakland City, until death. Married, 1853, 
Dec. 13, Sarah Jane, daughter of John and Leah (Green) Willet. One of four 
sons and seven daughters living. Died of rheumatism, 1892, Jan. 19, aged 
59 years, 11 months, and 18 days. 

Hale, John Gardner, son of Harry and Lucinda (Eddy) Hale, was 
born in Chelsea, Vt., 1824, Sept. 12. Royalton Academy. Graduated, Ver- 
mont University, 1845, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1851. Teacher, 
Grand Isle, Vt., Kingsport, Tenn., and St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1845-8. Ordained 
at Chelsea, Vt., 1852, Sept. 30; acting pastor. Grass Valley, Cal., 1853-7; 
Lyndon, Vt., 1857-9; installed. East Poultney, 1860, April 18, dismissed, 1869, 
Feb. 23; acting pastor, Chester, 1869-77; Stowe, 1877-81; Redlands, CaL, 
1881-5; founder and principal of Bellevue Academy, there, 1885-9; without 
charge till death. Preacher, before the General Convention of Vermont, 
1876, on the History of Congregationalism in the State. Superintendent of 
schools in Poultney, Chester, and Stowe, Vt. Married, 1852, Sept. 28, Phila 
Jane, daughter of Dea. Israel and Phila (Oilman) Dwinell, of Calais, Vt., 
and sister of Rev. Dr. Dwinell. Three daughters and a son. Rev. Edson D. 
H., living; one daughter deceased. Died of pneumonia and heart failure, 
1892, March 23; aged 67 years, 6 months, and 11 days. 

Harrison, Phares Buck, son of Charles and Adeline (Buck) Harrison, 
was born in Syracuse, N. Y., 1822, June 22. A sailor in early life. Gradu- 
ated, Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., and studied theology with 
Dr. Dempster, ^nd began his ministry as a Methodist, at Lansing, Mich. In 



26 CONGREGATIOXAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

1861, he enlisted in the army. Ordained, 1862; acting pastor, Otisviile, 
Iowa, 1867-9; San Buenaventura, Cal., 1870; Bellinghain Bay, Wu., 1871-9; 
Seattle, North, 1880-4; without charge, there, after. Married, 1856, Fanny 
M.Cooli, who died, 1864, June 2; one son and one daughter. Married, 1865, 
Mary J., daughter of William and Harriet Elizabeth (Munson) Butler, of 
Cascade, Iowa. Of ten children, two sous, and two daughters living. Died 
of paralysis, 1892, June 2, aged 69 years, 11 months, and 10 days. 

Haven, Johx, sou of John and Betsey (Howe) Haven, was born in 
HoUiston, Mass., 1808, Sept. 23. Amherst Academy. Graduated, Amherst 
College, 1834, and Hartford Theological Seminary, 1836. He was the last 
survivor of the first class in that seminary. Ordained, York, Me,, 1836, 
Dec. 14, dismissed, 1840, Dec. 1; installed, Stoneham, Mass., 1841, Feb. 24, 
dismissed, 1849, Oct. 4; installed, Charlton, 1850, April 1, dismissed, 1881, 
May 18; without charge, there, after. Published: (1) Dedication Sermon, 
at York, 1839. (2) An Historical Address, Charlton, 1876. Married, 1836. 
Sept. 12, Nancy, daughter of Joshua and Anna (Foster) Read, of "Warren, 
Mass., who died, 1838, Aug. 17. One sou. Married, 1839, April 29, Martha 
C, daughter of John B. and Azubah (Heath) Morrison, of Holderness, N. 
H., who died, 1842, Aug. 20. Married, 1844, Dec. 4, Martha M., daughter of 
Dr. Thomas and Clarissa (Green) Chadbourne, of Concord, N. H. Of three 
children, one is living. Died of old age, 1892, Sept. 10, aged 83 years, 11 
months, and 17 daj^s. 

Hawes, James Byron, son of John and Tryphosa (Snow) Hawes, was 
born in Brooksville, Me., 1846, April 28. Blue Hill Academy. Graduated, 
Bangor Theological Seminary, 1885. Ordained Maitland, N. B., 1875, Nov. 
25, and pastor, 1875-80; Monson, Me., 1880-2; Winthrop, 1885-6; Keswick, 
N. B., 1887-8; without charge, New Rochelle, N. Y., after.- Married, 1880, 
Nov. 3, Louisa, daughter of George and Phebe Elizabeth (Burpee) Burpee, 
of Sheffield, N. B. One daughter and two sons. Died of malarial fever, 
1892, July 28, aged 46 years and 3 months. 

Hawes, Josiah Taylor, son of Deacon Prince and Betsey (Taylor) Hawes, 
was born in Yarmouth, Mass., 1798, Aug. 15. Preparatory course with Dr. 
Tappan, Augusta, Me. Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1826. 
Ordained, Great Falls, N. H., 1828, Jan. 23, dismissed, 1830, Jan. 6; acting 
pastor, Eliot, Me., 1830; Topsham, 1831-6; Edgecomb, 1836-40; installed, 
New Sharon, 1840, Nov. 3, dismissed, 1850, Nov. 11; installed, Bridgton, 
1851, Feb. 11, dismissed, 1865, May ^10; acting pastor, Litchfield. 1865, until 
death. Married, 1828, Aug.—, Temperance Lee, daughter of Edward and 
Lydia (Hedge), Hedge, of Vassalboro, Me., who died 1847, July 2. Of four 
children, three are living, one Eev. Edward H. Married, 1850, Nov. 21, 
Dolly S., daughter of William and Dolly (Smith) Gary, "of Cumberland, 
Me. One son deceased, a daughter and son living, the latter, Rev. Charles 
T. H. Died of old age, 1892, Oct. 22, aged 94 years, 2 months, and 7 
days. 

Hemenway, Asa, son of Francis S., and Clara (Turrill) Hemenway, was 
born in Shoreham, Vt., 1810, July 6. Shoreham Academy. Graduated, 
Middlebury College, 1835, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1838. Ordained 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 27 

at Shoreham, 1839, Jan. 22; Missionary of A. B. C. F. M., in Siam, at Bang- 
kok, 1839-50; acting pastor, Cornwall, Vt., 1850-1; Kipton, 1851-60; Kees- 
ville, N. Y., 1860-4; Mooers, 1865-8; West Hartford, Vt., 1869-71; East 
Chazy, N. Y., 1871-2; without charge, Mooers, N. Y., 1872-6; Manchester. 
Vt., after. Married, 1839, April 14, Lucia, daughter of Samuel and Lucretia 
(Moore) Hunt, of Shoreham, who died, 1864, Nov. 13, at Burlington, Vt. A ^ 
daughter died in 1870. Two sons. Died of influenza, 1892, Feb. 26, aged 81 
years, 7 months, 20 days. 

HODDLE, Henky, son of Isaac and Anne (Jeffrey) Hoddle, was born in 
Olney, Buckinghamshire, England, 1840, Oct. 22. Professional study, private. 
In 1859, began evangelistic work in London, and some years at Bishop's 
Castle. Ordained, 1870, March, — ; acting pastor. Liber, Ind., 1869-72 ; Louis- 
ville, Kan., 1872-4; McPherson, 1874-7; Garfield, 1877-89; Kinsley, 1877-81; 
Galva, 1881; Bethel, 1882; without charge, after, Garlington. Married, 1867, 
June 8, Mary J., daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Smith, of Bournemouth, 
Eng., who died, 1869, Sept. 18. One son. Married, 1870, Aug. 22, Anna E., 
daughter of John and Mary A. (Wilson) Hutchison, of Londonderry, 
Ireland. One child, died in infancy. Died of la grippe, 1892, .Jan. 10, aged 
61 years, 2 months, and 18 days. 

Howard, Rowland Bailey, son of Rowland Bailey and Eliza (Otis) 
Howard, was born in Leeds, Me., 1834, Oct. 17. Yarmouth Academy. Grad- 
uated, Bowdoin College, 1856, and Bangor Theological Seminary, 1860. 
Albany Law School, 1856-7. Ordained, Farmington, Me., 1860, Oct. 11, dis- 
missed, 1870, Aug. 9; acting pastor, Princeton, 111., until installed, 1873, 
Oct. 11, dismissed, 1875, July 1; acting pastor, East Orange, N. J., 1875-9; 
Rockport, Mass., 1879-85, and Pigeon Cove, 1882-5; secretary American 
Peace Society, from 1884 until death. Also associate editor of the Ad- 
vance, 1875-82. Delegate to the Peace Congresses in Paris, 1889, London, 
in 1890, and Rome, 1891, where his labors aggravated the illness which 
caused his death. Published : (1) The New Sympathy of the Nations, a 
paper before the Congregational Club of New Y^ork, 1887, pp. 88. (2) Elec- 
tricity : a sermon, .1891. Married, 1860, Aug. 21, Mary Ellen, daughter of 
Captain David and Elizabeth Lambert (Hunter) Patten, of Bath, Me., who 
died, 1871, Nov. 15, leaving three children. Married, 1873, Sept. 12, Helen 
Julia, daughter of Jotham S. and Julia A. (Beale) Graves, of Farmington, 
Me. A son and a daughter. Died, in Rome, Italy, of exhaustion, following 
removal of an abscess, 1892, Jan. 25, aged 57 years, 3 months, and 8 days. 

Howland, William Ware, sou of Southworth and Polly (Ware) Howland, 
was born in West Brookfield, Mass., 1817, Feb. 25. West Brookfield and 
Leicester Academies. Graduated Amherst College, 1841, and Union Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1845. Ordained at South Hadley, 1845, Oct. 14; missionary 
A. B. C. F. M. in Ceylon, till death; residing at Batticotta, Tillipally, and 
Oodooville. Married, 1845, Oct. 14, Susan, daughter of Jonas and Betsey 
(Mussey) Reed, of Heath, Mass. Eight children. Died of old age, 1892, Aug. 
26, aged 75 years, 6 months, and 1 day. 

Hughes, Isaac Callistor, son of Isaac and Anne Hughes, was born in 
Prestatyn, Flintshire, N. Wales, 1840, May. Student at Oberlin, 1869-71. 



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Graduated, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1873. Ordained, Calurabas, 
Ohio, 1873, Sept. 21; acting pastor, Town Street Church, 1873-5; Columhus 
City, lo., 1875-8; Fruitport, Mich., 1879-80; Beacon and Given, Iowa. 
1881-3; Doniphan, Neb., 1883-7; Ironton, Ohio, 1887-8; Palmyra, 1889, 
notil death. Published: (1) External Evidence of the Bible, 1877, pp. a, 200. 
(2) Evils, Public and Social, 1888, pp. 12. (3) Denials of Rationalism, 1891, 
pp. 427. Married, 1874, Jan. 1, Catherine Lewis, of Turin, N. Y., who died 
1880, April. Married, 1882, May 30, Elizabeth, daughter of Roger and Eliza- 
beth (Parry) Evans, of Sugar Creek, Ohio. Of four children two sons died ; 
two daughters living. Died of inflammation of stomach, 1892, Sept. 14, 
aged 52 years and 4 months. 

IxGALLS, Francis Theodore, d. d., son of Elias Theodore and Eliza (Chase) 
Ingalls, was born in Haverhill, Mass., 1844, Jan. 3. Haverhill High School. 
Graduated "Williams College, 1864, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1870 ; 
Princeton Seminary, 1864-5; teacher and travelling in Eui'ope, 1865-8. Or- 
dained, Olathe, Kan., 1870, Dec. 20, dismissed, 1872, ; acting pas- 
tor, Atchison, until installed, 1874, Oct. 20, dismissed, 1884, June 24; acting 
pastor, Emporia, 1884-7; president, Drury College, Springfield, Mo., after. 
Washburn College gave the honorary d. d. in 1888. Trustee of Washburn 
College and Regent of the State University, at Lawrence. Died of typhoid 
fever, 1892, Aug. 5, aged 48 years, 7 months, and 2 days. 

Ives, Alfred Eaton, sou of Enoch and Sarah (Gorham) Ives, was born in 
New Haven, Ct., 1809, Dec. 12. Hopkins Grammar School. Graduated, Yale 
College, 1837, and Theological Seminary, 1838; he left college, 1835, and 
received his degree, 1847. Ordained, Colebrook, Ct., 1838, Sept. 25, dis- 
missed, 1848, May 2; installed, Deerfield, Mass., 1849, Sept. 5, dismissed, 
1855, April 11 ; installed, Castine, Me., 1855, June 20, dismissed, 1878, June 18 ; 
without charge there after, except acting pastor, West Brooksville, 1881-2. 
Member House of Representatives, 1879 and 1883 ; trustee Bangor Theologi- 
cal Seminary, from 1866; moderator. General Conference, 1868. Published: 
(1) Funeral Sermon, Theron Rockwell, 1848, pp. 20. (2) Funeral Sermon, Rev. 
Edward Wright, 1853, pp. 16. (3) Parting Counsel, Deerfield, 1855, pp. 16. 
(4) Brief Examination of " Affectionate Remonstrance," 1856, pp. 16. (5) 
Victory turned into Mourning: Death of Lincoln, 1865, pp. 14. (6) Sermon 
before Maine Missionary Society, 1869, pp. 12. Married, 1838, Nov. 6, 
Harriet Piatt, daughter of Richard and Mehitable (Piatt) Stone, who 
died, 1889, Jan. 26. Three daughters died young. Two sons are graduates 
of Amherst College; one is the Rev. Joel S. I. Died of la grippe, 1892, 
Aug. 2, aged 82 years, 7 months, and 20 days. 

Jajies, William Albert, son of William and Abby Watson (Davis) 
James, was born in Pomfret, Ct., 1833, March 4. Phillips Academy, 
Andover. Graduated, Williams College, 1862, and Union Theological 
Seminary, 1865. Ordained, Chelsea, Vt., 1867, May 1, dismissed, 1869, Dec. 
30; acting pastor, North Woodstock, Ct., 1871-5; Marysville, Ohio, 1875-8; 
Marshall, Mich., 1878-80; without charge, Minneapolis, Minn., 1880-5; 
acting pastor, Afton and Lakewood, 1885-6 ; without charge, Minneapolis 
and Los Angeles, Cal., until death. Married, 1868, May 6, Mary Buckham,. 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 29 

daughter of Rufus Hatch and Eliza (llolfe) Hyde, of Chelsea. Oue son 
deceased. Died of la grippe, 1892, Jan. 14, aged 58 years, 10 months, and 
10 days. 

Kellogg, Joseph Frederic, sou of Salmon F. and Charlotte (Hutchin- 
son) Kellogg, was born in Huron County, Ohio, 1837, March 6. Ordained, 
Methodist Protestant, at Petersburg, Mich., 1865, Oct. 3, and ministered in 
that body, twenty years; three years President of Michigan Conference; 
acting pastor. Congregational, Tyrone, 1885-8; Muskegon, 1888, until death. 
Married, 1860, Aug. 26, Ellen M., daughter of William Simpson and Louisa 
(Ferrill) Higley, of Lapeer, Mich. Two daughters, and oue of two sons 
living. Died of cancer of the stomach, at Petersburg, Mich., 1892, Aug. 14, 
aged 55 years, 5 mouths, and 8 days. 

Kingman, M.\tthew, son of Eliphalet and Zilpah (Edsou) Kingman, was 
born in North Bridgewater, now Brockton, Mass., 1807, Feb. 24. Bridge- 
water Academy. Some years a teacher. Graduated, Gilraanton Theological 
Seminary, 1840. Acting pastor. Bethel, Vt., 1842, until ordained, 1845, June 
26, dismissed, 1854, April 19 ; installed, Charlemont, Mass., 1854, June 6, 
dismissed, 1861, Dec. 31; without charge after, residing Amherst from 
1865. Middlebury College gave the honorary degree of a. m., 1852. Married 
1835, Sept. 8, Maria, daughter of Noah and Sarah (Noyes) Norton, of North 
Bridgewater, Mass., who died in Cambridgeport, 1857, Feb. 18; a son died 
soon after. Married, 1852, March 11, Mrs. Catherine P., widow of Rev. Austin 
Cary, daughter of Roger and Rhoda (Barber) Phelps, of Windsor, Ct. Three 
of five children are living. Died of old age, 1892, May 23, aged 85 years and 
3 months. 

Leonard, Hartford Pratt, son of Hartford and Betsey (Shaw) Leonard, 
was born in Foxboro, Mass., 1822, May 3. Franklin Academy, Amherst Col- 
lege, 1842-3; clerk in Boston, 1846-54; in Kansas (with John Brown), 
1854-61; studied theology with Rev. Mortimer Blake, Taunton, Mass. 
Ordained, Edgartown, Mass., 1863, June 23, and acting pastor there, 1862-5; 
Bridgewater, Scotland church, 1865-7; installed, Westford, '1868, July 1, 
dismissed, 1875, March 16; acting pastor, East Taunton, 1876-9; North 
Carver, 1879-80; Mason, N. H , 1881-6; Oakland, Mass., 1886, until death. 
Married, 1854, Oct. 17, Mary Ann Whitaker, of Franklin, Mass., who died in 
Manhattan, Kan., 1855. Married, 1857, March 24, Lucy Ann, daughter of 
Franklin and Hannah fKittredge) Chapman, of Tewksbury, who died 1888, 
Aug. 30. Four children. Married, 1889, Sept. 18, Eliza Ann, daughter of 
Jeduthan and Esther (Green) Kittredge, of Lowell. Died of liver disease, 
1892, Nov. 27, aged 70 years, 6 months, and 24 days. 

Lewis, David R., son of Richard and Mary (Vaughn) Lewis, was born in 
Penycae, Monmouthshire, England, 1825, June 26. A coal miner in England, 
and after coming to America in 1848, living at Miuersville, Pa., and Pittston. 
Ordained, 1861 ; acting pastor, Sharon and Middlesex, 1859-64 ; Braceville, 
111., 1864-70; Beacon and Given, lo., 1870-9; without charge, Muchachinock, 
after. Married, 1851, Dec. 22, Jane, daughter of Richard and Jane (Jones) 
Griffith, of Pittston, Pa. Of eleven children, four only are living. Died of 
influenza, 1892, Jan. 5, aged 66 years, 6 months, and 9 days. 



30 CONGEEGATIOXAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893» 

Little, Charles, son of Samuel and Jerusha (Bailey) Little, was born in 
Columbia, Ct., 1819, Sept. 26. Bacon Academy, Colchester. Graduated, Yale 
College, 1844, and Theological Seminary, 1847; Auburn Theological Seminary, 
1844-6. Ordained, 1847, Sept. 1; Missionary, A. B. C. F. M., Madura, India, 
1847-60; acting pastor, Maulius, N. Y., 1860-1; installed, Cheshire, Ct., 1862, 
Jan. 8., dismissed, 1865, July; acting pastor, Woodbury, 1865-7; Lincolii, 
Neb., 1868-70; editor. Saline County Post, Crete, Neb., 1871-3; acting pastor, 
Corning, lo., 1874-5; Lewis, 1875 until installed, 1877, July 10; dismissed 
1885, July 21; acting pastor, Clay, 1885-8; without charge, Lincoln, Neb., 
after. Married, 1847, Sept. 29, Amelia, daughter of William and Lois 
Newton, of Sherburne, N. Y., who died 1848, July 18. Married, 1853, Sept. 
15, Susan, daughter of Samuel and Fanny (Osborne) Robbins of Brockport, 
N. Y., who died, 1873, Aug. 31. Of four children, two are living. Died of 
failure of kidneys, 1892, Aug. 19, aged 72 years, 10 months, and 23 days. 

LiVERMORE, Aaron^ Russell, SOU of Aaron and Catherine (Hoyt) Liver- 
more, was born in Alstead, N. H., 1810, Oct. 28. Kimball Union Academy, 
1831-3; Amherst College, 1833-6; Lane Theological Seminary, 1836-7. 
Graduated, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1839. Ordained, Mansfleld, Ct., 
1843, Aug. 30, dismissed, 1858, Nov. 30; installed, Goshen, Lebanon, Ct., 
1860, Feb. 22, dismissed, 1868, Oct. 15; acting pastor, Bozrahville, 1870-3; 
without charge, North Haven, 1873-9; Fairhaven, 1879-81; New Haven, 
after. Married, 1840, Oct. 6, Mary Gay, daughter of Rev. Newton and 
Ursula (Wolcott) Skinner, of East Granville, Ct. Of seven children, two 
sons and a daughter are living. His oldest son died in the -war. Died of 
la grippe, 1892, Jan. 25, aged 81 years, 2 months, and 26 days. 

Lord, Daniel Bulkeley, son of Noble Everett and Betsey F. (Bulkeley) 
Lord, was born in Hebron, Ct., 1840, Feb. 4. Monson Academy. Graduated, 
Amherst College, 1864, and Hartford Theological Seminary, 1868. Principal, 
Ellington High School, 1864-5. Ordained, Goshen (Lebanon), Ct., 1868,^ 
Oct. 15, dismissed, 1877, Jan. 15; acting pastor, Goshen, Mass., 1877-9; 
installed, Blandford, 1880, Dec. 22, dismissed, 1883, May 31; acting pastor, 
Goshen, Ct., 1883-8; Canton Centre, 1889-90; without charge. West Hartford, 
after. Married, 1868, Sept. 23, Susan Amelia, daughter of Eli and Emeline 
(Butler) Goodrich, of Rocky Hill, Ct. Five children. Died of peritonitis, 
1892, June 30, aged 52 years, 4 months, and 26 days. 

LoRiNG, Hexry Sewall, son of Bezaleel and Lydia (Haskell) Loring, waa 
born in Guilford, Me., 1819, Feb. 19. Foxcroft Academy and Bangor 
Classical School. Graduated, Bowdoin College, 1843, and Bangor Theological 
Seminary, 1846. Teacher in Brownville, Corinna, and Shapleigh, Me. 
Ordained, Amherst and Aurora, 1850, June 20, dismissed, 1856, Sept. 17 ; 
also, acting pastor there, 1867-74 ; Durham, 1857-9 ; Monmouth, 1859-62 ; 
Monson, 1862-7 ; Phipsburg, 1874-9 ; without charge, Winthrop, after. Mar- 
ried, 1848, March 16, Abby Arey, daughter of Daniel and Charlotte (Rogers) 
Farrington, of Holden, Me., who died, 1887, Jan. 1. Of two sons and five 
daughters, one daughter only living. Died of heart disease, at Sidney, Me., 
1892, Dec. 14, aged 73 years, 9 months, and 25 days. 

Loring, Joseph, son of William and Anna (Drinkwater) Loring, was born 



1S93.] VITAL STATISTICS. 31 

in North Yarmouth, noAv Cumberland, Me., 1804, March 28. North Yarmouth, 
and Gorham Academies. Graduated, Bowdoin College, 1828, and Andover 
Theological Seminary, 1833. Ordained at Methuen, Mass., by Presbytery, 
1833, Sept. 9; home missionary, Bainbridge, Ohio, 1834; Andover, 1834-5; 
installed, Lebanon, Me., 1836, Oct. 12, dismissed, 1854, July 5; installed, 
Pownal, 1855, Feb. 7, dismissed, 1859, Jan. 26; acting pastor, Monson, 1859- 
60; West Falmouth, 1861-2, and 1863-4; Raymond and Casco, 1862-3; North 
Edgecomb, 1865-74; without charge. East Otisfleld, after. Married, 1837, 
Aug. 30, Susan Knapp, daughter of John and Dorothy (Sanborn) Hancock, 
of Franklin, N. H. Of nine cliildren, four daughters and two sons are 
living. Died of old age, 1892, Feb. 11, aged 87 years, 10 months, and 
12 days. 

Mallory, William Wallace, sou of William Wallace Mallory, was born 
in Canada, 1829, June 5. Student, one year in the Biblical Institute, Concord, 
N. H., now merged in Boston University. Some years a Methodist preacher, 
in Vermont. Ordained, Sanford Street, Springfield, Mass., 1864, Feb. 24, 
dismissed, 1865; acting pastor, Temple Street church, N^w Haven, Ct., 
1865-6; Nashville, Tenn., 1867;' Memphis, 1867-79; Talcott Street church, 
Hartford, Ct., 1879-85; without charge, after, Westminster. Married, Mary 
Ann Dolby, probably in Springfield, Vt., who died, 1880, Feb. Two chil- 
dren, died. Married, 1881, Oct. 12, Mary Ann, daughter of Thomas and 
Annette (Williams) Lathroo, of Westminster, Ct. Died of inflammation of 
the stomach, 1892, Sept. 10, aged 63 years, 3 months, and 5 days. 

Mellen, William, son of John and Sally (Jones) Mellen, was born in 
Temple, N. H., 1817, Feb. 17. Graduated Mission Institute, Quincy, 111., 1846, 
and Yale Theological Seminary, 1849. Ordained at Quincy, 111., 1850, July 20, 
missionary, A. B. C F. M. in South Africa, 1851-75; without charge, Claren- 
• don Hills, Mass., 1876-81; acting pastor, Meriden, N. H., 1882; without 
charge. Oberlin, O., after. Married, 1851, June 21, Laurana Wilder, daughter 
of James C. and Laurana (Robinson) Fairbank, of Oakham, Mass. Of nine 
children, six are living. Died of paralysis, 1892, Feb. 12, aged 74 years, II 
months, and 25 days. 

Merrill, Elijah Washington, son of Thomas and Lydia H. (Merrill) 
Merrill, was born in Conway, N. H., 1816, March 13. Graduated Wesleyan 
University, 1842. Principal High School, Port Huron, Mich., 1844; teacher, 
Albion Female Collegiate Institute, 1845-50 ; and principal from 1847 ; princi- 
pal University School, St. Anthony, Minn., from which grew the State Univer- 
sity, 1851-4; without charge, 1855-63. Ordained, 1864, April 5; home mis- 
sionary. Marine, 1864-5; Winnebago, 1866; installed, Cannon Falls, 1867, 
dismissed, 1873; without charge, there and Spring Valley, 1875-80; Lincoln, 
Neb., 1881-4; Minneapolis, after. Superintendent of schools for Minnesota, 
1853; for Wright County, 1861-2. Published: (1) The Way to Success, 
1847. (2) The Proper Sphere of Woman, 1847. Married, 1844, Nov. 3, 
Mary Culver, daughter of John and Anna (Culver) Whitcher, of Louisville, 
N. Y., who died 1891, Jan. 6. Rev. Charles W. Merrill is a son; one adopted 
daughter. Died of paralysis and heart failure, 1892, Feb. 15, aged 75 years, 
II months, and 2 days. 



32 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

Merriman, William Edward, D.D.,son of Addison and Prudeace (Adams) 
Merriman, was born in Hinsdale, Mass., 1825, Oct. 20. Burr Seminarj', Man- 
chester, Vt. Graduated, Williams Colleire, 1850, and Union Theological 
Seminary, 1854. Acting pastor, Plainfleld, Ct., 1856; ordained, Batavia, 111., 
1857, Jan. 13; dismissed 1860 (?),May; acting pastor, Green Bay, Wis., 
18G0-3; president llipon College, 1863-78; installed Somerville, Mass., 1882, 
April 19, dismissed, 1887, June 1; without charge, Boston, after. Received 
the honorary d.d., from his alma mater, 1874. Married, 1857, July 7, Anna 
R., daughter of Samuel D. and Mary V. S. (Nash) Loclcwood of Batavia, 111. 
Four children. Died of disease of kidneys, at Marblehead Neck, 1892, Aug. 1, 
aged 66 years, 9 months, and 10 days. 

Miller, Daniel, son of Adam and Margaret (Marshall) Miller, was born in 
Mount Morris, N. Y., 1806, Jan. 16. He was for more than thirty years, a 
local preacher, in the Methodist Episcopal Church, in Michigan. Ordained, 
Congregationalist, Glen Arbor, 1868, Sept., where he had preached from 1861 
and was acting pastor there, 1868-71, and without charge until death. Mar- 
ried, 1881, Dec. '29, Ann, daughter of Lovina and Anna (Hotchkiss) Hart, who 
died 1890, March 18, and was buried in the same grave witli her husband. Of 
nine children, eight are living. Died of the grippe, 1890, March 20, aged 84 
years, 2 months, and 4 days. 

Milton, George Raymond, son of Job and Sarah (Cross) Milton, was born 
inPawlet, England, 1840, May 4. Graduated, Olivet College, 1869, and Union 
Theological Seminary, 1872. Ordained, St. Cloud, Minn., 1876, Jan. 18; act- 
ing pastor there, 1875-6; Geneva, 111., 1876-9; Allegan, Mich., 1880-1; with- 
out charge, Detroit, 1881-2; acting pastor, Winnebago, 111., 1882-5; without 
charge, Hastings, Neb., 1886; installed Prospect street church, Eljjin, 111., 
1887, June 20, left 1891; and without charge thereafter. Married, 1873, Oct. 29, 
Gertrude, daughter of Rev. Charles C. and Clarissa (Clark) Foote, of Detroit, * 
Mich. Died of brainfever, 1892, July 23, aged 52 years, 2 months, and 19 days. 

MissiLDiNE, Alfred Henry, son of Robert and Ehzabeth (Griffiths) Missil- 
dine, was born in Columbia, S. C, 1828, Jan. 28. Ordained, Presbyterian, at 
St. Louis, Mo., 1859, Sept. 25. Pastor, Ellisville and Allenton, Mo., 1859-61 ; 
Prairie Home, and also principal of Academy, 1861-6; acting pastor. Pleas- 
ant Hill, Mo., 1866-73; Lebanon, 1873-8; Circular church, Charleston, S. C, 
1879-8; without charge, Winter Park, Fla., after. Married, 1864, May 10, 
Annie, daughter of Samuel and Adeline (Shepard) Stuart, of St. Louis, Mo. 
Three sons and a daughter. Died of apoplexy, 1892, Oct. 18, aged 64 years, 
8 months, and 20 days. 

Myrick, Osborn, son of William and Lydia (Hopkins) Myrick, was born 
in Orleans, Mass., 1818, Aug. 27. Kimball Union Academy. Graduated, 
Middlebury College, 1842, and studied theology with Kev. Charles Boyter, 
Truro, Mass. Ordained, Provincetown, Mass., 1846, Feb. 18, dismissed, 1866, 
July 6; acting pastor, Portville, N. Y., 1868-9; Middletown, Vt., 1866-8, and 
1869-91; without charge, Rutland, after. Married, 1846, Jan. 12, Johanna 
Coan, daughter of Capt. Stephen and Rebecca (Coan) Mills, of North Truro, 
Mass. Three children, all deceased. Died of pneumonia, 1892, Jan. 15, aged, 
73 years, 4 months, and 18 days. 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 33 

Nelson, Andrew Henry, son of Nels and Tina (Martins) Nelson was 
born in Denmark, 1831, Oct. 8. Received a college education in Copenhagen, 
and was graduated, 1872. Came to America, 1875; Preached several years in 
the Methodist Episcopal church, Piano, 111. 1878-80; Depere, Wis., 1880-3; 
Grantsburg, 1884. Ordained, Fargo, N. D., 1890, Dec. 19. Missionary 
among the Scandinavian churches, 1890-1; acting pastor, Williston, N. D., 

1891, Dec, until death. Married, 1880, Aug. 12, Flora Frederikhe, daughter 
of Fred, and Christie (Anderson) Plate, of Piano, 111. Died of consuraptiony 

1892, Feb. 1, aged 60 years, 3 months, and 23 days. 

Norton, John Foote, son of Lewis M. and Laura (Foote) Norton, was 
born in Goshen, Ct., 1809, Sept. 8. Student in Yale College, from which re- 
ceived an honorary a. m., 1849. Graduated, Hartford Theological Seminary, 
1837. Teacher, Norfolk, Ct. Ordained, Milton, Ct., 1844, Oct. 23, dismissed, 

1849, April ; installed. Porter church, North Bridgewater, now Brocton, Mass., 

1850, June 5,dismissed, 1851, Dec. 4 ; installed, Athol, 1852, March 11, dismissed, 
1867, March 11; installed, Fitzwilllam, N. H.,1868, Sept. 23, dismissed, 1873, 
March 31 ; acting pastor, Hubbardston, Mass., 1877-84 ; without charge, Natick, 
1873-7, and 1884, until death. Published : (1) A Thanksgiving Sermon. (2) 
Address at the Consecration of Ancient Burial Ground, Athol, 1859, pp. 24. 
(3) Record of Athol, in Suppressing the Rebellion, 1866, pp. 264. (4) His- 
tory of Athol, from Worcester County History, pp. 34. (5) History of Fitz- 
willlam, N. H., 1888, pp. 829. (6) History of Natick, in Middlesex County 
History, 1890, pp. 512-69. Married, 1839, Aug. 19, Harriet, Frances, daughter 
of Capt. Weston and Elizabeth (Robinson) Jenkins, who died. Married, 1850, 
Dec. 31, Sophia Wassou, daughter of Rev. Andrew Eliot of Bridgeport, Ct., 
who died 1852, Jan. £. Married, 1853, Sept. 26, Ann Maria, daughter of Rev. 
Cyrus and Nancy (Sweetser) Mann, of Stoughton, Mass. Prof. Lewis M. 
Norton, of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a son. Died of athe- 
roma of the arteries, 1892, Nov. 3, aged 83 years, 1 month, and 25 days. 

NoYES, Joseph Thomas, son of Joseph and Miriam (Cheever) Noyes, was 
born in Newburyport, Mass., 1818, March 4. Phillips Andover Academy. 
Graduated, Amherst College, 1845; Andover Theological Seminary, 1848. 
Ordained, 1848, Sept. 20; missionary, A. B. C. F. M., Ceylon, 1849-52; Ma- 
dura, India, after. In America, 1871-3; 1881, 1886-7. Married, 1848, Sept. 
12, Elizabeth Achsah, daughter of Rufus and Elizabeth Achsah (Browning) 
Smith, of Amherst, Mass., who died, 1880, April 10. Married, 1881, May 30, 
Martha J. Mandeville, of the Arcot Mission. Died in Periakulura, 1892, A^w. 
9, aged 74 years, 5 months, and 5 days. 

Paris, John Davis, son of George and Nancy (Hudson) Paris, was born in 
Staunton, Va., 1809, Sept. 2. Hanover College, Ind., 2 years. Graduated, 
Bangor Theological Seminary, 1839. Ordained, Bangor, 1839, Aug. 29; mis- 
sionary, A. B. C. F. M., Hawaiian Islands, after, residing at Kaawaloa; pro- 
fessor. North Pacific Theological Institute, for some years, after 1873. Mar- 
ried, 1840, Oct. 25, Mary, daughter of John and Ann Grant, of New York, 
who died, 1847, Feb. 18. Married, 1851, Sept. 8, Mary, daughter of Henry 
and Ann Carpenter, of New York City. Died, 1892, July 18, aged 82 years, 
10 months, and 16 days. 



34 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

Pekt, Josiah Wheelock, son of Wheelock and Elsie (Hickok) Peet, was 
born in Enosburg, Vt., 1808, Sept. 11. Preparatoiy study, Rutland, Vt. 
■Graduated, Middlebury College, 1836; Andover Theological Seminary, 1839. 
■Ordained, Gardiner, Me., 1841, Dec. 15, dismissed, 1848, July 17; principal. 
Mt. Hope Seminary, Fall River, Mass., 1849-59; teacher, Easthampton, 1859- 
■61 • High School, Brighton, Iowa, 1861-2; Oshkosh, Wis., 1862-4; Parsons 
CoUeo-e, Fairfield, Iowa, 1864-7 ; acting pastor, Fontanelle, 1867-75 ; without 
charge, Nevinville, 1875-85; Monticello, after. Married, 1840, Nov. 17, at 
Lincoln, Mass., Louisa C., daughter of Thomas "W. and Elizabeth (Hartwell) 
Rich, of Vergennes, Vt. Three daughters and two sons ; of the latter, one 
has been, since 1883, treasurer of Western Turkey Mission of the A. B. C. F. 
M., at Constantinople. Died of congestion of kidneys, 1892, April 17, aged 
83 years, 7 months, and 6 days. 

Perrin, Marshall P., formerly a Methodist, was ordained in Rome, Ga., 
1890, Oct., and pastor there until death, 1891, Feb. 18, aged 47 years. 

Porter, Noah, d.d., ll. D.,son of Rev. Dr. Noah and Mehitable (Meigs) 
Porter, was born in Farraington, Ct., 1811 , Dec. 14. Graduated Yale College, 
1831, and Theological Seminary, 1836. Rector Hopkins Grammar School, New 
Haven, 1831-3, and tutor Yale College, 1833-5. Ordained, New Milford, Ct., 
1836, April 27; dismissed, 1842, Dec. 31; installed. South church, Springfield, 
Mass., 1843, Jan. 12; dismissed, 1847, Jan. 1; professor moral philosophy 
and metaphysics, Yale College, after, and also president, 1871-86. Received 
the honorary r>. d. from New York University, 1858, and ll. d. from West- 
ern Reserve College, 1870, Trinity, 1871, and from Edinburgh University, 
1886; regent Smithonian Institute, 1878-90. Published: (1) Historical Dis- 
course, Farmington, 1841, pp. 99. (2) Prize Essay on Improving the Common 
Schools of Connecticut, 1846, pp. 23. (3) A Plea for Libraries, etc., 1848, pp. 
32. (4) Biishuell on Christian Nurture, 1848, pp. 27. (5; On Introducing an 
English Dictionary into each of the Public Schools, 1850, pp. 22. (6) Educa- 
tional Systems of the Puritans and Jesuits Compared, 1851, pp. 95. (7) The 
Human Intellect, 1868, pp. xxvii, 673 ; [reissued about thirty times]. (8) The 
Late Mr. (John Treadwell) Norton, 1869, pp. 2. (9) The American Colleges 
and the American Public, 1870, pp. 285. [New edition, 1878, pp. 408.] (10) 
Books and Reading, 1871, pp. viii, 378. [5th edition, 1881, with catalogue 
of books, pp. 434.] (11) The Elements of Intellectual Science, 1871, pp. xiv, 
565. [Abridged from and often reprinted.] (12) Inaugural Address, 1871, 
pp. 41. (13) The Sciences of Nature Versus the Science of Man, 1871, 
pp. 98. (14) Science and Humanity, London, 1872. (15) In Memoriam, 
Rev. Elisha C. Jones, 1872, pp. 28. (16) In Memoriam, Prof. James B. Had- 
ley, 1872, pp. 30. (17) Historical Discourse, Farmington, 1873, pp. 75. (18) 
Baccalaureate Sermon, 1874, pp. 26. (19) Discourse, Joseph Eldredge, d. d., 
1875, pp. 20. (20) Two Sermons on Leaving the Old Chapel and Entering 
the New, 1876, pp. 49. (21) Horace Bushnell, a Memorial Sermon, 1877, pp. 
18. (22) Prof. Tyndall's Last Deliverance, 1878, pp. 22, (23) Physiological 
Metaphysics, 1878, pp. 28. (24) Force, Law and Design, 1879, pp. 25. (25) 
Modern Education, its Opportunities and Perils, 1879, pp. 18. (26) Science 
and Man, 1880, pp. 30. (27) Thoughts on Congregationalism, 1880, pp. 28. 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 35 

(28) The Christian College, an Address at Wellesley, 1880, pp. 31. (29) The 
Newest Atheism. 1880, pp. 32. (30) Report of the President, 1880, pp. 25. 
(31) Agnosticism, a Doctrine of Despair; a baccalaureate sermon, 1880, pp. 
32. (32) Progress and Changes in Yale College ; a report, 1881, pp. 11. (83) 
Report of the President, 1881, pp. 15. (34) Memorial, Prof. David Paige 
Smith, 1881, pp. 20. (35) Evangeline: the place, the story and the poem, 
1882, pp. 32. (36) Science and Sentiment, 1882, pp. 506. (37) Historical 
Discourse: 40th anniversary of South Church, Springfield, Mass., 1882, pp. 
91. (38) A Discourse Commemorative of Joseph Earl Sheffield, 1882, pp. 35. 

(39) Elements of Moral Science, 1885, pp. xxv, 574. [Many times reprinted.] 

(40) The 200th Birthday of Bishop George Berkeley, 1885, pp. 84. (41) A 
Criticism from Yale, of the Last Harvard Educational Move, 1886, pp. 12. (42) 
The Charter of Yale College, 1885, pp. 14. (43) Kant's Ethics, 1886, pp. 249. 
(44) Evolution : a lecture, 1886, pp. 33. (45) In Memoriam : Prof. Thomas 
A. Thacher, 1886, pp. 20. (46) In Memoriam : Prof. James T. Hyde, 1886, 
pp. 20. (47) An Open Letter to the Prudential Committee of the American 
Board, 1887, pp. 9. (48) Marginalia Locke-&-Q&, 1887, pp. 16. (49) Fifteen 
Years in the Chapel of Yale, 1888, pp. 413. (50) In Memoriam : George B. 
Farnam, 1888, pp. 15. (51) The American Board and the Late Boston Coun- 
cil, 1888, pp. 8. Married, 1836, April 13, Mary, daughter of Rev. Dr. Nathan- 
iel and Rebecca Maria (Hine) Taylor, of New Haven, who died 1888, April 14. 
Of four children two are living. Died of prostration, 1892, March 4, aged 80 
years, 2 months, and 20 days. 

Powell, Samuel Wells, son of Rev. Oliver Stanton and Judith Shaler 
(May) Powell, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1838, May 6. Beloit College, 
1859-61. In the army, private secretary of Gen. Dix, 1861, and in the marine 
corps during the war; Andover Theological Seminary, 1865-6; Chicago Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1866-7; Yale Theological Seminary, 1867-8; Hebrew in- 
structor. Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1868-9, and in Presbyterian 
Theological Seminary, 1870. Ordained, Arena, Wis., 1872, Feb. 8, and act- 
ing pastor there, 1871-2; Viroqua, 1872-3; Medford, 1874-5; South Plymouth, 
Mass., 1876; Rochester, 1877; Harwich, 1878; without charge, Copake Iron 
Works, N. Y., 1879-81; acting pastor, Madrid, 1881; without charge, Brook- 
lyn, in literary work, 1882-7 ; installed, Otis, Mass., 1887, Nov. 15, dismissed, 

; acting pastor, Peru, 1889-91 ; without charge, Chester, until death. 

Published a chart of the Kings of Israel and Judah. Married, 1870, Sept. 16, 
Letia A., daughter of Dea. Sumner and Lucinda A. (Page) Hopkins, of Bow- 
en's Prairie, lo. Died of Bright's disease, 1892, May 7, aged 54 years. 

RouNCE, Joseph Samuel, son of Charles and Mary Rounce, was born in 
London, England, 1814, Oct. 4. Studied Theology with Dr. Fletcher, of 
Stepney, and preached in Uxbridge, England. Came to America in 1850, and 
was ordained at Hadley, 111., 1852, Feb., remaining till 1857; home mission- 
ary, Northfield, Minn., 1857-63; High Forest and Hamilton, 1863-7; Wells- 
ville, Mo., 1867-72; Pauldingsville, 1872-8; Brownsdale and Lansing, Minn., 
1878-82; Jamesville and McPherson, 1882-5 ; Lyle and Rose Creek, 1885-90. 
Married 1839, March 29, Sarah, daughter of Ambrose and Mary Ann (Trickey) 
lud, of London. Of eleven children eight are living. Died of blood poison- 
ing, 1892, June 15, aged 77 years, 8 months, and 11 days. 



36 CONGREGATIONAL TEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

St. John, Samuel Noah, sou of Noah and Polly (Osborn) St. John, was 
born in Georgetown, Wilton, Ct., 1824, Oct. 2. Ordained, Methodist Protest- 
ant, 1850, March 24 ; stationed Matteawan, N. Y., 1850 ; Andover, N. J., 1851-2 ; 
Shelburne, Vt., 1853-4; Haverstraw, N. Y., 1855-6; minister, Keforraed 
church, Montrose, 1858-64; Methodist church, Georgetown, Ct., 1865-75; 
without charge, there, after. Member of Fairfield "West Association, from 
1860. Married, 1846, Oct. 15, Koxana, daughter of John and Hannah 
(Slauson) Fancher of New Canaan, Ct. Of five children two are living. 
Died of grip and heart disease, 1892, Jan. 4, aged 67 years, 3 months, and 2 
days. 

Sessions, Alexander Joseph, son of Harvey and Elizabeth (Sabine) Ses- 
sions, was born in Warren, Mass., 1809, Aug. 13. Monson Academy. Grad- 
uated, Yale College, 1831, and Theological Seminary, 1835; Andover Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1831-3. Ordained, Crombie street church, Salem, Mass., 
1838, June 6, dismissed, 1849, Aug. 22; in Europe, 1850-2; installed, Melrose, 
1854, Jan. 12, dismissed, 1858, June 29; without charge, Salem, 1858-63; in- 
tailed, Scituate, 1863, June 25, dismissed, 1869, Nov. 7; without charge. Brook- 
line, 1869-72; acting pastor, North Church, Beverly, 1873-6; without charge, 
there, after. Published: (1) Two sermons on the Atonement, 1837, pp. 16 
and 20. (2) Mrs. Cyrus Stone, a missionary abroad and at home, 1876. (3) 
The Lord's Day Rescued, 1883, pp. 108. Married, 1845, July 31, Hannah W., 
daughter of Ebenezer and Mary (Marston) Seccomb, of Salem, Mass. One 
son, who died in South Africa, 1885. Died of old age, 1892, Jan. 16, aged 82 
years, 5 mouths, and 3 days. 

Sherwin, John C, was born in Ontario County, N. Y., 1811, Aug. 10. 
Huron Institute, Milan, Ohio. Western Reserve College. Ordained, Berlin, 
Ohio, 1840, Nov. — , dismissed, 1851; acting pastor. La Crosse, Wis., 1852-7; 
home missionary superintendent, West Wisconsin, 1857-68; acting pastor, 
Menominee, 1868-75; without charge, there, 1875-7; Sherman, Texas, 
1877-81; without charge, Eau Claire, Wis., after. Married, 1834, Jan. 1, 
Chloe Merilla, daughter of Dudley Stimpson Tucker, of Oxford, Ohio, who 
died 1849, May 11. Four of six children living. Married, 1849, Sept. 23, 
Virginia Anna Tucker, of Berlin, Ohio, who died, 1874, Nov. 17. Five of nine 
children living. Married, 1878, June 17, Elizabeth Burnham, daughter of 
Lindley Murray and Elizabeth H. (Burnham) Thayer. One son. Died of 
writer's paralysis, 1892, Feb. 28, aged 80 years, 6 months, and 18 days. 

SiKES, Lewis Edward, son of Uriel and Elizabeth (Edwards) Sikes, was 
born in Northampton, Mass., 1810, Oct. 19. Brattleboro Academy. Amherst 
College, 1837-9; graduated. Union College, 1841; Auburn Theological Semi- 
nary, 1841-2; Yale Theological Seminary, 1842-3. Acting paster, Townshend, 
Vt., 1845-6; ordained. Downer's Grove, 111., 1848, Jan. 12; home missionary, 
Orangeville, Wayne, and Ellisville, 1846-60; NcAvaygo, Cooper, Easton, Hop- 
kins, Mich., 1861-70; acting pastor, Vienna, Kan., 1870-7; without charge, 
there, 1877-84; Leouardville, after. Married, 1848, July 12, Lucretia, daughter 
of William and Theodocia (Bissell) Smith, of Pottsdam, N. Y. Of six chil- 
dren, three sons living. Died of heart failure, 1892, March 31, aged 81 years, 
5 months, and 12 days. 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 37 

Spalding, Samuel Jones, d. v., son of Abijahand Hannah (Eastman) Spald- 
ing, was born inLyndeboro, N.H., 1820, Dec.ll. Preparatory study at Nashua, 
with David Crosby. Graduated, Dartmouth College, 1842, and Andover Theo- 
logical Semioary, 1845. Ordained, Salmon Falls, N. H., 1846, Oct. 28, dis- 
missed, 1851, June 9; installed, Whitefleld church, Newburyport, Mass., 1851, 
June 30, dismissed, 1884, Jan. G ; acting pastor, Salmon Falls, N. H., 1884, until 
death, living at Newburyport. Chaplain, Forty-eighth Massachusetts Regi- 
ment, 1862-3; member of New England Historic-Genealogical Society, and of 
the Wisconsin Historical Society. Ingham University gave the honorary 
D. D., 1861, and Dartmouth College, 1872. Published : (1) Contributions to the 
Ecclesiastical History of Essex County, 1865, pp. 396. (2) The Spalding 
Memorial, 1872, pp. 619. Married, 1848, June 27, Sarah Lydia, daughter of 
Hon. Luther and Sarah Brown (Phipps) Metcalf, of Medway, Mass., who 
died 1849, Sept. 1. Married, 1851, Sept. 16, Sarah Jane Parker, daughter of 
Hon. Edmund and Mary (Chase) Toppan, of Hampton, N. H. Two daughters 
and one son. Died of heart disease, 1892, April 10, aged 71 years, 4 months. 

Stearns, Lewis Fkench, d. d., son of Rev. Dr. Jonathan F. and Anna 
Smith (Prentiss) Stearns, was born in Newburyport, Mass., 1847, March 10. 
Graduated, College of New Jersey, 1867, and Union Theological Seminary, 1872 ; 
Princeton Theological Seminary, 1869-70, and Berlin and Leipsic Universi- 
ties, 1870-1; Ordained, Presbyterian, at Jersey City, N.- J., 1873, Oct. 14; 
pastor, Norwood, 1873-6; -professor of history and belles lettres, Albion 
College, Mich., 1876-9; professor, systematic theology, Bangor Theological 
Seminary, 1880, until death. His alma mater gave the honorary d. d., 1881. 
Corporate member, A. B. C. F. M., 1891, audits appointed preacher for 1892. 
Delegate to the International Congregational Council in London, 1891, before 
which he read an important paper on The Present Direction of Theologi- 
cal Thought, in the Congregational Churches of United States. Published : 
(1) What Shall We Do With the Revised Version, 1881, pp. 12. (2) Inaugural 
Address, 1882, pp. 25. (3) The Old " Double" and the New " Undoing," 1886, 
pp.8. (4) The Evidence of Christian Experience, 1891, pp. 473. (5) Life 
of Henry B. Smith (published after his death), 1892. Married, 1882, Feb. 
1, Elizabeth Mann, daughter of Samuel Page and Elizabeth (Mann) Benson, 
of Winthrop, Me. One daughter. Died of peritonitis, 1892, Feb. 1, aged 
44 years, 10 months, and 21 days. 

Stone, Andrew Leete, d. d., son of Dr. Noah and Rosalind (Marvin) 
StouB; was born in Oxford, Ct., 1815, Nov. 25. Madison Academy. Gradu- 
ated, Yale College, 1837; student in Union Theological Seminary, two years. 
Teacher, Uxbridge, Mass., 1837-8; professor. Deaf and Dumb Institute, 
New York City, 1838-41 ; secretary, American Sunday School Union, Philadel- 
phia,1842-4. Ordained, Middletown, Ct., 1844, Sept. 3, dismissed, 1849, Jan.; 
installed, Park Street church, Boston, Mass., 1849, Jan. 25, dismissed, 1866, 
Jan. 25; installed. First church, San Francisco, Cal., 1866, June 14, and died 
in office, serving only as emeritus, on account of failing health, after 1881, 
Sept. 26. Amherst College gave the honorary d. d., 1871. Chaplain, Forty- 
fifth Massachusetts Infantry, 1862-3; corporate member, A. B. C. F. M., from 
1865. Published : (1) The Antagonism of War to Christianity, 1850, pp. 36. (2) 



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The Relations of Poverty to Human Discipline, 1851, pp. 20. (3) Tlie Mission 
of Woman : Mt. Holyoke Address, 1851, pp. 18. (4) Death of Daniel Webster, 
1853, pp. 23. (5) Fourth of July oration, 1854, pp. 42. (6) Sermon before 
Prison Discipline Society, 1854, pp. 25. (7) Plea for the Bethesda Society, 
1856, pp. 20. (8) Paul at Lystra, 1856, pp. 16. (9) Service, the End of 
Living, 1858, pp. 48. (10) Plea for the Monthly Concert, n. d., pp. 8. (11) 
The Discipline of Sympathetic Sorrow, 1861, pp. 24. (12) Divineness of 
Human Government: Fast Sermon, 1861, pp. 55. (13) God, the Governor, 
1861, pp. 15. (14) The War, the Patriot's Duty, 1861, pp. 24. (15) Emanci- 
pation : Fast Sermon, 1862, pp. 28. (16) Praise for Victory, 1862, pp. 15. 
(17) Thanksgiving Discourse, 1863, pp. 32. (18) National Godliness: Fast 
Sermon, 1864, pp. 24. (19) The Work of New England in the Future of 
Our Country: Election Sermon, 1865, pp. 48. (20) Death of Abraham 
Lincoln, 1865. (21) Fasting and Feasting, 1865, pp. 16. (22) Memorial 
Discourse, 1866. (23) Responsibilities of the Church : Address before American 
Education Society, 1866, pp. 12. (24) Leaves from a Finished Pastorate, 
1882. Married, 1842, July 14, Matilda B., daughter of Abijah and Matilda 
(Bertody) Fisher, of New York. Of six children, four are living. Died of 
gout in the kidneys, 1892, Jan. 17, aged 76 years, 1 month, and 22 days. 

Stone, James Palmer, son of Johuand Betsey (Huntoon) Stone, was bora 
in Cabot, Vt., 1811, Feb. 10. Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1839. 
Ordained, Stockton, Me., 1839, Oct. 16, dismissed, 1843, Aug. 8; acting pastor, 
St. Johnsbury Centre, Vt., 1843, until installed, 1846, Sept. 29, dismissed, 1850, 
Sept. 23; acting pastor, Greensboro, 1850-62; W. Randolph, 1862; missionary 
to freedmen, Hampton, Va., 1862-5; acting pastor, Derby, Vt., 1865-7; Ludlow, 
1867-9; Dauby, 1869-72; Hi-hgate, 1872-8; Dalton,N. H.,' 1878-88; without 
charge, Cabot, Vt., after. Middlebury College gave an honorary a. m., 1849. 
Published : A History of Greensboro and the Congregational Church : a 
semi-centennial discourse, 1849, pp. 40. Married, 1839, Sept. 12, Lucretia, 
daughter of Moses and Sophia (Lamson) Hubbard, of Brookfield, who died, 
1846, March 21. Married, 1849, Oct. 16, Nancy Kirk, daughter of Charles 
and Isabella (Kirk) Tilden, of Belfast, Me. Died of la grippe, 1892, Jan. 29, 
aged 80 years, 11 months, and 19 days. 

Stone, Levi Huntoon, son of Col. .John and Betsey (Huntoon) Stone, was 
born in Cabot, Vt., 1806, Dec. 10. Ordained, Cabot, Vt., 1839, June 19, 
dismissed, 1845, July 23; acting pastor. Glover, 1845-54, and Barton, 
1845-9; Waitsfield, 1855-6; Northfiold, 1856-64; agent, Freedman's Commis- 
sion, 1865-6; acting pastor, Pawlet, 1867-70; without charge, Castleton, 
after ; chaplain, first Vermont Regiment, 1862, and chaplain of the Senate, 
1862-3. Middlebury College gave the honorary a. m., 1849. Published a 
few leaflet temperance tracts. Married, 1829, May 19, Clarissa, daughter of 
Solomon and Ruth (Marsh) Osgood, of Cabot, who died, 1843, May 26, 
Married, 1844, Feb. 29, Lydia Jane, niece and adopted daughter of Timothy 
Fuller, of Hardwick, Vt., who died, 1844, Dec. 7. Married, 1847, July 29, 
Lydia Abigail, daughter of Christy and Lois (Dow) Duncan, of Hancock, 
N. H., who died, 1852, Feb. 16. Two children; died young. Married, 1854, 
July 11, Mrs. Lucy A. (Laton) Holbrook, of Nashua, N. H., who died, 1866, 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 39 

Jan. 1. Married, 1869, Dec. 30, Aclaliue, daughter of Rev. Lyndon S. and 
Anna Elizabeth (Farnham) French, of Franklin, Vt. Died of pneumonia, 
1892, Jan. 24, aged 85 years, 1 month, and 14 days. 

Swift, Eliphalet Young, son of Charles and Eunice (Young) Swift, was 
born in Fairfax, Vt., 1815, Jan. 16. Graduated, Middlebury College, 1839, 
and Andover Theological Seminary, 1842. Agent, American Tract Society 
in the West, 1843. Ordained, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1844, Jan. 10; pastor, 
1844-5; installed, Northampton, Mass., 1845, Nov. 19, dismissed, 1851, Sept. 
22; acting pastor. South Hadley, until installed, 1852, Nov. 3, dismissed, 
1858, Feb. 9; installed, Clinton, N. Y., 1858, March 3, dismissed, 1862, June 
; installed, Williamsburg, Mass., 1862, July 3, dismissed, 1868, Sept. 8; 
installed, Denmark, Iowa, 1868, Oct. 21, dismissed, 1882, July 25; without 
charge, there, after. Trustee, Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 1847-74, and of 
Denmark Academy, 1869-92. Married, 1843, Dec. 7, Catherine Spooner, 
daughter of Andrew and Deborah (Spooner) Leach, of Pittsford, Vt. Of 
five children, two sons and a daughter living. Died of enlargement of pro- 
state gland, 1892, June 15, aged 77 years and 5 months. 

Tanner, Edward .\llan, d. d., son of Joseph Allen and Ora (Swift) Tanner, 
the first child, was born in Waverly, 111., 1837, Nov. 29. Graduated, Illinois 
College, 1857. Public school teacher, 1857-8 ; principal, Waverly Academy, 
1858-60; Latin professor. University of Oregon, 1860-5, and of Illinois 
College, 1865-82; president of same, after. Ordained at Joy Prairie, 1873, 
Oct. 5. His alma mater gave the honorary d. t>. in 1879. Chaplain of the 
Central Hospital for the Insane, fourteen years. Published : A posthumous 
volume, Baccalaureate, and other serndons and addresses, with a sketch of 
his life, pp. 440. Married, 1861, June 27, Marion Lucy, daughter of Isaac 
Haydeu and Mary A. (Woodford) Brown, of Waverly, 111. Three daughtei's 
and three sons; one of the latter died young. Died of paralysis, 1892, Feb. 
8, aged 54 years, 2 months, and 9 days. 

Thompson, J. Charles, sou of Oliver and Rebecca (Clendenin) Thompson, 
was born at Ossian, Livingston County, N. Y., 1831, March 31. Married, 
Matilda Wampole, daughter of John and Elizabeth Wampole. One daughter. 
Married, 1865, June 12, Julia A. Day, daughter of Eleazar and Lavina Day. 
Four daughters and two sons. Died of heart trouble, 1892, Nov. 21, at Jerry 
City, Ohio, aged 61 years, 7 months, 21 days. 

TiBBETTS, Jackson, son of Jacob and Sarah (Mathews) Tibbetts, was 
born in Booneville, N.- Y., 1813, Jan. 22. In his later years, he became an 
evangelist, widely known in Northern Wisconsin, and was ordained, 1886, 
Dec. 7, at Antigo, his home. He was never in pastoral charge. Married, 
1836, Sept. 20, Lydia C, daughter of John and Lydia C. (Bruce) Phelps. Of 
four children, two are living. Died of erysipelas, 1892, Dec. 29, aged 79 
years, 11 months, and 7 days. 

Tuck, Jere.my Webster, sou of Jonathan and Dorothy (Webster) Tuck, 
was born in Kensington, N. H., 1811, Oct. 8. Phillips Andover Academy. 
Graduated, Amherst College, 1840; Hartford Theological Seminary, 1843; 
Andover Theological Seminary, 1840-1. Ordained, Ludlow, Mass., 1843. 
Sept. 6, dismissed, 1859, Dec. 9; acting pastor, Thorndike, 1860^5; installed, 



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Jewett City, Ct., 1866, May 3, dismissed, 1876, April 1; installed, Middle- 
town, 3d church, 1877, June 21, dismissed, 1882, Jan. 1; without charge, 
and assistant pastor, 1st church, Middletowu, 1882-9 ; Springfield, Mass., 
after, until death. Published: (1) A Funeral Address, Jewett City, pp. 5. 

(2) A Centennial Address, Ludlow, 1876, pp. 22. Married, 1843, Sept. 1, 
Irene Montague, daughter of Spencer and Wealthy (Montague) Moody, of 
South Hadley, Mass., who died, 1844, Aug. 28. One son died in infancy. 
Married, 1845, Nov. 4, Ann Ruby, daughter of Samuel and Cynthia (Cary) 
Mowry. Of six children, three daughters living. Died of apoplexy, 1892, 
Feb. 25, aged 80 years, 4 months, and 17 days. 

Utley, Wells Hiram, sou of George W. and Julia A. (Perkins) Utley, 
was born in Manchester, Vt., 1845, April 3. Burr and Burton Seminary. 
Graduated, Middlebury College, 1873; acting pastor. Crown Point, N. Y., 

1873-5; Pontiac, Mich., until ordained, 1877, March 1, dismissed, 1879, ; 

acting pastor, Stanton, 1879-82; Parsons, Kan., 1882-6; without charee, 
there, after. Married, 1877, Dec. 26, Emma James, daughter of Oliver Rus- 
sell and Harriet (James) Adams, of Pontiac, Mich. A daughter and two 
sous. Died of la grippe, 1892, Jan. 24, aged 46 years, 9 months, and 9 days. 

Walbkidge, Everett Lorenzo, son of Eleazer and Elmira (Mann) Wal- 
bridge, was born in Bangor, Me., 1846, Sept. 17. Did service in the array. 
Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1881. Ordained, 1881, June 2, at 
Bangor; acting pastor, Millbridge, Me., 1881-3; Jonesport, 1883-9; Machias- 
port, 1890 ; State evangelist, for Vermont Missionary Society, 1890-2 ; acting 
pastor, Johnson, Vt., 1892, June, until death. Married, 1869, Oct. 28, Ada, 
daughter of Frederick and Elizabeth (Auld) Harriman, who died, 1890, Feb. 
24. Two sons living, two daughters died. Married, 1891, July 2, Mabel, 
daughter of Thomas Arthur and Frances (Tarbell) Drisko, of Deering, Me. 
Died of heart disea«-e, 1892, Oct. 6, aged 46 years, and 20 days. 

Warner, Peter, son of Jacob and Hannah (Disler) Warner, was born in 
Sandusky, Ohio, 1837, Sept. 30. Ordained, Orangeville, Ohio, 1872, Oct. 13, by 
Bishop Glossbrenner, of the United Brethren, and went to the Mendi Mission of 
the A. M. A. on the West Coast of Africa, stationed at Shenga. African fever 
compelled his I'eturn in 2 years; without charge, Los Angeles, Cal., after. 
Married, 1862, Jan. 30, Susan, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Biddle) Garn. 
Died of Bright's disease, 1892, Jan. 8, aged 54 years, 3 months, and 8 days. 

Warren, Israel Perkins, d. d., son of Isaac and Leonora (Perkins) Warren, 
was born in Woodbridge, now Bethany, Ct., 1814, April 8. Cheshire Acad- 
emy. Graduated Yale College, 1838, and student in Theological Seminary, 
1839-41. Principal Cromwell Academy, 1839. Ordained, Granby, Ct., 1842, 
April 20, dismissed, 1845, May 1; installed Mt. Carmel, in Haraden, 1846, July 
8, dismissed, 1861, Sept. 23 ; installed first church, Plymouth, 1851, Oct. 2, dis- 
missed, 1856, Feb. 3 ; secretary American Seamen's Friend Society, New York, 
1856-9; American Tract Society, Boston, Mass., 1859-70; publisher, Boston 
and New York, 1870-5, Editor and proprietor, Christian Afirror,F ortl&nd, Me., 
after. Iowa College gave the honorary d. d., 1868. Published: (1) Sermons 
on Female Education, 1852; (2) on the death of Mrs. Mary Langdon, 1853, 

(3) and. On Finished Work, a pastoral valedictory, 1856. (4) The Seamen's 
Cause, 1858, pp. 65. (5) The Sisters: Memoirs of Elizabeth H., Abbie A. 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 41 

and Sarah F. DIckerman, 1859, pp. 283. («) A Corpse in a Ball-dress : tract 
17, 1859. (7) The Pembertou Mill : tract, 43, I860. (8) Sadduceeisra, 1860, 
pp. 66; republished, as The Wicked not Annihilated, 1866, pp. 76. (9) The 
Cross-Bearer, a vision, 1861. (10) The Picture Lesson-Book [designed for 
refugee slaves], 1861, pp. 32. (11) Life of Gov. Briggs, 1861, pp. 48. (12) 
How to begin to be a Christian, tract 75, 1861. (13) Purity, an envelope 
tract. (14) The Soldier's Hymn Book, pp. 64. (15) Snow-Flakes, 1863, 
pp. 146.(16) The Freedman's Primer, 18G4, pp. 64. (17) The Freedman's 
Second Reader, 1864, pp. 160. (18) The Christian Armor, 1864. (19) 
The Cup-Bearer, 1865. (20) The Freedman's Third Reader, 1865, pp. 264. 
(21) The Freedman's Spelling Book, 1865, pp. 160. (22) Commentary on 
the Gospels, 1867, pp. 386. The same with addition of the Acts, 1871, pp. 
516. (23) How to Repent, tract, 1867, pp. 31. (24) How to Believe, tract, 
1867, pp. 32. (25) Death of the Soul, tract, 1867, pp. 28. (26) Jerusalem, 
Ancient and Modern, 1873, pp. 64. (27) The Three Judges: Story of the 
men who beheaded their King, 1873, pp. 303. (28) Chauncey Judd ; or the 
Stolen Boys of the Revolution, 1874, pp. 314. (29) The Parousia, 1879, pp. 
311. The same rewritten and enlarged, 1884, pp. 394. (30) Our Father's 
Book. The Divine Origin and Authority of the Bible, 1885, pp. 155. (31) 
The Book of Revelation, 1885, pp. 300. (32) The Stanley Families in 
America, 1887, pp. 352. He vpas editor, 1867-9 of The Sabbath at Home; 
also of the Tract Journal, Child at Home and the Christian Banner (for the 
Soldiers) and the Freedman, and Freedman's Journal. Married, 1841, Aug. 
25, Jane Stanley, daughter of Capt. Thomas and Phebe (Stanley) Stow of 
Cromwell, Ct., who died 1881, Feb. 26. Of three children, a son is living; 
and an adopted daughter. Married, 1882, Jan. 2, Mrs. Sarah L., daughter of 
Capt. John Linden and Mary (Bryant) Lewis, and widow of Henry Cushman 
of Portland, who died 1885, Nov. 26. Married, 1886, Oct. 6, Juliet Marion, 
daughter of Dr. Albert Fisk and Mahala Ann Marshal (Branscomb) Stanley of 
Winthrop, Me. Died of congestion of the lungs, 1892, Oct. 9, aged 78 years, 
6 months, and 1 day. 

Well^, James, son of John ^nd Lydia (Corwin) Wells, was born in South- 
old, N. Y., 1815, Sept. 11. Jeflerson College, 1836-8. Teacher in Alabama and 
Georgia, 1839-45. Allegheny Theological Seminary, 1845-6. Graduated, Ban- 
gor Theological Seminary, 1848. Ordained, AUensville, lud., 1849, April 1 ; city 
missionary, Bangor, Me., 1850-8; installed, Dedham, 1858, Dec. 9, dismissed, 
1872, June 17; acting pastor, Northbridge, Mass., 1872-5; Millbury, 1875-6; 
Dunbarton, N. H., 1877-80; Halifax, Mass., 1880-3; Douglass, 1883, until 
death. Chaplain of the 11th Maine Regiment, 1862-5. Married, 1840, June 
10, Jane P., daughter of Asa and Susan (Pratt) Webb, of Weymouth, Mass., 
who died 1884, Jan. 1. One son, and one daughter, the wife of Rev. Geo. A. 
Putnam. Married, 1885, Jan. 27, Mrs. Mary A. Dame, daughter of Edward 
and Martha (Thompson) Shirley, of Fryeburg, Me. Died of paralysis of the 
heart, 1892, Jan. 31, aged 76 years, 4 months, and 20 days. 

Wheeler, Orvillk Gould, sou of Sheldon and Abigail (Foote) Wheeler, 
was borii in Cliarlotte, Vt., 1817, Aug. 15. Hinesburgh Academy. Gradu- 
ated Vermont University, 1837, and studied theology with the Rev. James 
Buckham, of Chelsea, Vt. Ordained, South Hero and Grand Isle, 1840, 



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Nov. 5, and died in office, although his |active service closed in November, 
1886, and the last j'ear of his life was spent in Burlington. Member of 
the Vermont Senate, 1860-1, and representative, 1864. Published: My Jews- 
harp; a volume of poems, 1860, pp. 312, and the following fuuei-al dis- 
courses: Daniel M. Brown, 1849, pp. 24; President Taylor, 1850, pp. 28; 
Milo Landon, 1855, pp. 23; Mrs. Experience Gordon, 1856, pp- 15; Mrs. Maria 
H. Barnes, 1858, pp. 17; HelmerKent, 1858, pp. 22; Samuel Boardman, 1860, 
pp. 23; Laura Mott Boardman, 1859, pp. 31; Homer H. Boardman, 1859, pp. 
16; Linda S. Ladd, 1860, pp. 15; Lewis Mott, 1863, pp. 24; Eansom Mott, 
1863, pp. 19; Maj. Wm. B. Eeynolds, 1864, pp.30; Myron T. Landon, 1870, 
pp. 13; Mrs. Jesse Landon, 1872, pp. 13; Wra. W. Brown, 1872, pp. 14; 
James Conro, 1872, pp. 12; Lyman Martin, 1873, pp. 9; Abel Brown, 1874, 
pp. 18; Eliel Allen, 1875, pp. 9; Hector Adams, 1875, pp. 17; Wallis Mott, 
1875, pp. 26; Emogene Mott, 1869, pp. 14; David Corbin, 1875, pp. 18; Mrs. 
E. P. Herrick, 1876, pp. 8; Clinton G. Mayo, 1877, pp. 15; Proctor Adams, 
1877, pp. 18; Mrs. Lydia Sanderson, 1879, pp. 9; Seth Griffith, 1882, pp. 4; 
Carrie Gordon, 1884, pp. 12; Laura M. Evarts, 1880, pp. 15. Many prose 
articles and poems contributed to periodicals. Married, 1840, June 1, Amelia 
Maria, daughter of Egbon and Mary (Bradley) Sanford, of Williston, Vt. 
A daughter and two sons, of whom one is Rev. Sheldon H. Wheeler. Died 
of old age, 1892, Feb. 1, aged 74 years, 5 mouths, and 16 days. 

Wheelock, Rufus Augustus, son of Joseph and Judith fFoster) Whee- 
lock, was born in Putney, Vt., 1815, March 3. Union Academy, Belleville, N. 
Y. Oneida Institute. Graduated, Auburn Theological Seminary, 1842. Or- 
dained, 1843; acting pastor, Pompey Hill, N. Y., 1842-5; Lysander, 1849-50; 
Orwell and Redfleld, 1850-5; Champion, 1855-7; Deer River, 1855^65; Dauby, 
1865-8; Mott's Corner [Brockton], 1868-73, and 1877; Island Pond, Vt., 
1874-7; Mannsville, N. Y., 1877-8; Orwell, 1879-81; without charge, Manns- 
ville, 1882-3; acting pastor, Bristol, 1884-7, and 1889; Sherman, Tex., 1887-9; 
without charge, Adams, N. Y., until death. Married, 1842, Feb. 16, Hannah 
B., daughter of Geo. W. and Anna (Cleaveland) Robinson, of Pompey, N. Y. 
Four of six children are living. Died of rupture of a blood vessel, at Union 
Square, 1891, Dec. 1, aged 76 years, 8 months, and 28 days. 

White, Orlando Henry, d. d., son of Henry and Sophronia (Waterman) 
White, was born in Livermore, Me., 1820, Jan. 9. North Yarmouth Academy ; 
Bowdoin College, 1842-4. Graduated, Amherst College, 1846, and Bangor 
Theological Seminary, 1849. Assistant Secretary, A. B. C. F. M., 1849-50 ; res- 
ident licentiate, Andover, 1850; acting pastor, Westminster, Mass., until or- 
dained, 1851, Aug. 21, dismissed, 1854, Aug. 23; acting pastor, Washington 
Heights, N. Y. City, 1854-8; Centre church, Meriden, Ct., 1858-63; Orleans, 
Mass., 1863-6, residing in Boston; installed. West church, New Haven, Ct., 
1866, April 16, dismissed 1874, June 3; Secretary, Freedmen's Missions Aid 
Society, London, 1875-81; without charge, New Haven, Ct., 1882-3; Boston, 
1884-7; acting pastor, Middlebury, Vt., 1887-8; Winooski, Vt., residing Bur- 
lington, 1888-90; without charge, Boston, 1891. Adrian College gave the 
honorary d. d., 1870. Married, 1852, April 4, Mary Barnes, daughter of Rev. 
Dr. Swan Lyman and Frances Maria (Fales) Pomeroy, of Boston, who died 
1855, Aug. 19. Married, 1859, Dec. 19, Mrs. Charlotte B., widow of Samuel 



1893.] VITAL STATISTICS. 43 

O. Loomis, and daughter of Alfred and Mary (Roberts) Bliss, of Hartford, Ct., 
who died, 1889, Sept. 10. One child died in infancy, and a daughter is living. 
Died of la grippe, in Stratford, Ct., 1892, Jan. 8, aged 72 years less 1 day. 

Wilder, John Chandler, son of Daniel and Persis (Chandler) Wilder, 
was born in Burlington, "Vt., 1802, Aug. 1. Hinesburgh Academy. Univer- 
sity of Vermont, 1827-9, and was a teacher several years. Studied theology 
with John Todd, D. D., Northampton, Mass. Ordained, Stockbridge, Vt., 

1836, .July 10, and there, acting pastor, 1835-6; installed. West Randolph, 

1837, Feb. 22, dismissed, 1838, Nov. 27; acting pastor, Charlestown, N. H., 
1839-40; Enosburg, Vt., until installed, 1841, Sept. 21, dismissed, 1846, Sept. 
23 ; agent. College Society, six mouths ; acting pastor, Jericho and North 
Underbill, 1849-50 and 1852; farmer, Charlotte, after. Married, 1837, May 
14, Edna Sarah, daughter of Gen. Frederic and Mrs. Sarah (Grow) (Hatch) 
Smith, of Strafford, Vt., who died, 1878, May 14. Married, 1880, May 1, Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Josiah aud Polly Boynton, of Underhill, Vt., and widow of 
Chester Blanchard, of Essex, whodied, 1888, Oct. 13. Died of old age at Home 
for the Aged, St. Albans, 1892, Jan. 20, aged 89 years, 5 mouths, and 19 days. 

Williams, Henry Sullivan, son of Adam aud Maria (Martin) Williams, 
was born in Dadesville, Ala., 1847, Aug. 5. Graduated, Talledega College, 
theological department, 1879. Ordained at Talledega, 1879, Dec. 17; acting 
pastor, Memphis, Tenn., 1879-80; Trinity Church, Athens, Ala., 1881, until 
death. Married, 1887, May 26, Lavinia A., daughter of William and Richetta 
(Washington) Harris, of Athens. Two children. Died of the grip, 1892, 
Jan. 9, aged 44 years, 5 months, and 4 days. 

Wood, George A., son of David and Merinda (Savage) Wood, was born 
inSommersville, Ohio, 1851, Feb. 11. Teacher, 1869-79. Ordained, United 
Brethren, lti82; minister at East Liberty, O., New Haven, Union City, and 
Weaver's Station, 1882-7; Berthonet, Colo., 1887-9; Congregational churches, 
Stafford and Plevna, Kan., 1889-91 ; without charge, Nipomo, Cal., after. 
Married, 1885, Oct. 27, Emma, daughter of Levi and Eliza (Gingrich) Eck, 
of Middletown, O. One of two children living. Died of hemorrhage of the 
lungs, 1892, Oct. 26, aged 41 years, 8 months, and 15 days. 

Worcester, Isaac Redington, m. d., son of Rev. Dr. Leonard and Eliza- 
beth (Hopkins) Worcester, was born in Peacham, Vt., 1808, Oct. 30. Peacham 
Academy; graduated Dartmouth Medical College, 1832, aud practised medicine 
in Kingston and Leicester, Mass. Resident licentiate, Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1834-5, with a view to joining the mission of the A. B. C. F. M., in 
Persia. Teacher, Newark, N. J., 1835-6. His brother Evarts, dying, after a 
brief pastorate, in Littleton, N. H., he succeeded him and was ordained 1837, 
Sept. 27, dismissed, 1842, Dec. 13; secretary, Vermont Domestic Missionary 
Society, Montpelier, 1843-6; district secretary, A. B. C. F. M. 1846-8; editor 
Missionar;/ Herald, 1848-78; without charge, after, residing at Auburndale, 
Mass., as for thirty years before, corporate member A.. B. C. F. M. ; member 
of the prudential committee. Married, 1835, Nov. 16, Mary Sophia, daughter 
of Col. Henry and Elizabeth (Denny) Sargent, of Leicester. Of five children, 
two daughters living, the wives of N. George Clark, d. d., senior, secretary 
of the A. B. C. F. M. and of Prof. M. S. D'Ooge, of Michigan University. 
Died of old age, 1892, Oct. 23, aged 83 years, 11 months, and 23 days. 



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SUMMARIES. 

DISEASE OR CAUSE OF DEATH. 
Angina pectoris, 1 ; apoplexy, 4 ; arteries, atheroma of, 1 ; bladder, inflamma- 
tion of, 1 ; blood-poison, 1 ; blood-vessel, rupture of, 1 ; brain-fever, 1 ; Bright's 
disease, 3 ; broncbitis, 2 ; cancer, 1 ; cerebral hemorrhage, 2 ; consumption, 3 ; — 
catarrhal, 1; erysipelas, 1; exhaustion, 1; grip, 12; heart disease, 5; — failure, 
2 ; influenza, 2 ; kidney disease, 5 ; liver disease, 1 ; — cancer of, I ; lungs, con- 
gestion of, 1 ; — hemorrhage of, 1 ; malarial fever, 1 ; old age, 14; paralysis, 5; 
— of the heart, 1; — writers', 1 ; paresis, 1 ; peritonitis, 2; pneumonia, 5; prostate 
gland, enlargement of, 1; prostration,!; rheumatism, 1; stomach, inflammation of, 
2 ; catarrh, — 1 ; — cancer, 1 ; typhoid fever, 1 ; unknown, 3. 

TABULAR VIEW, 1875-1891. 
I. Number, Age, and Service. 



Year. 


Whole No. 
of Deaths. 


Average Age. 


Average Length of Service. 


1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891. 

1892 


63 
68 
60 
56 
74 
82 
85 
60 
78 
79 
80 
90 
91 
96 
100 
99 
92 
95 


62 years, 8 months, 11 days. 

66 " 5 " 26 " 
65 " 11 " 11 " 

67 " " 15 " 

68 " " 1 " 
67 " " 15 " 
67 " 11 " 12 " 
64 " 2 " 11 " 
64 " 9 " 25 " 

70 " 6 " " 
67 " " 21 " 

69 " 6 " 12 " 
67 " 6 " 19 " 

67 " 9 " 14 " 

68 " 1 " 19 " 

71 " 4 " 4 " 
64 " 9 " 25 " 

70 '< 7 " 2 " 


31 yea 

35 ' 

36 ' 
36 ' 
39 ' 

33 ' 

36 ' 

34 ' 
33 ' 
39 ' 

35 ' 

37 ' 

36 ' 

37 ' 
35 ' 
42 ' 

32 ' 
37 ' 


rs, 7 mon 

8 

5 

2 ' 

8 

' 

3 

1 
11 
10 
10 

2 

7 

2 

6 


4 


ths, 7 days. 

8 " 

11 •' 

22 " 

11 " 

< 24 " 

' 13 " 

' 11 " 

11 " 

' 22 " 

' 20 " 

11 " 

' 24 " 

2 " 

1 " 

' 17 " 

17 " 




1448 


68 years, months, 14 days. 


36 years, 10 months, 9 days. 



II. Age, by Decades. 



Over 
90. 



41-50. 


31-40. 


Under 
31. 


8 


6 


4 


7 


4 


1 


2 


5 


1 


5 


6 





10 


1 


2 


9 


7 


3 


9 


4 


1 


5 


6 


2 


13 


8 


2 


4 


3 


1 


4 


7 


4 


7 


5 





9 


5 


1 


3 


6 


2 


4 


5 


4 


7 


2 


2 


5 


8 


3 


8 


2 





119 


90 


33 



Un- 
known. 



1875 . . . 

1876 . . . 

1877 . . . 

1878 . . . 

1879 . . . 

1880 : . . 

1881 . . . 

1882 . . . 

1883 . . . 

1884 .. . 

1885 . . . 

1886 . . . 

1887 . . . 

1888 . . . 

1889 . . . 

1890 . . . 

1891 . . . 

1892 . . . 

Total 



1893.] 



VITAL STATISTICS. 



45 



III. Education. 
Collegiate. 











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>> 
















Tear. 


.a 

a 

< 


a 


a 
1 


1 


2 
1 


'6 


ii 
■a 
S 


1 
O 


1 


'S 

> 


a 


i 


s 

7 




1875 


4 


1 


4 


6 


1 


1 


5 





1 


1 


2 


16 


14 


1876 


9 


.S 


3 


7 


1 


1 


2 




2 


3 


8 


10 


5 


12 


1877 


9 


4 





« 


2 


1 


2 


3 


2 


2 


4 


5 


5 


13 


1878 


7 


2 


2 


4 





3 


5 




2 


1 





7 


5 


17 


1879 


.3 


4 


2 


10 





1 


3 




4 


2 


6 


6 


3 


29 


1880 


5 


?, 


3 


10 


1 










3 


1 


9 


10 


5 


26 


1881 


15 


2 


3 


6 


3 





4 




1 


1 


5 


13 


2 


26 


1882 


12 


,3 


5 


4 





1 


4 




2 





3 


7 


6 


12 


1883 


9 


2 


3 


12 








2 




1 


1 


1 


16 


12 


20 


1884 


2 


5 


3 


7 





1 


5 




2 


2 


6 


15 


6 


24 


1885 


11 


1 


2 


8 


1 





2 




2 


•0 


6 


12 


12 


22 


1886 


8 


4 





3 


3 


1 


5 




3 


2 


8 


15 


10 


24 


1887 


10 


4 


2 


8 


1 





3 


5 


2 


1 


6 


16 


12 


21 


1888 


11 


5 


2 


10 


1 





6 


4 


5 





2 


10 


12 


28 


1889 


12 


.3 


1 


8 


3 


1 


4 


6 


3 





5 


13 


9 


32 


1890 


10 


9 




9 


3 





1 


6 





1 


2 


15 


12 


29 


1891 


10 


3 


1 


4 


2 


3 


4 


5 








7 


13 


16 


24 


1892 


10 


4 


2 
40 


5 
129 


1 
23 



14 


8 
65 


2 
52 


3 
38 


4 

22 


3 
83 


15 
213 


11 
150 


27 


Total. 


157 


62 


400 



IV. Education. 
Theological. 



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3 

S 
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5 




6 


1 

o 


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1 




1 

S 


i 


o 


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1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889. . . ; . 

1890 

1891 

1892 


16 
22 
20 
21 
19 
18 
25 
21 
29 
20 
21 
18 
21 
22 
22 
28 
18 
19 


7 
2 
4 
1 

2 
2 
4 
3 
2 
1 
5 

5 
2 
4 
8 
2 


2 
4 
4 
2 
3 
3 
6 
5 
6 
11 
7 
3 
5 
6 
7 
7 
7 
11 





1 

2 

1 

1 
2 
3 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
5 
2 




1 
1 



1 

1 
1 



1 
1 

2 
2 

3 
3 
2 

2 


2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
7 
3 

2 
1 
5 
3 
3 
7 
4 

6 
4 

54 





1 




18 


1 
1 

2 

1 
11 
3 


2 
3 
2 
5 
4 
9 
6 
4 
2 

56 


2 
6 
4 

3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 


32 


2 

2 
1 
3 
6 
4 
5 
2 
4 
3 
4 
5 
7 
2 
7 
9 
2 
9 

77 



2 

1 






1 




1 





1 


6 


7 

6 

5 

2 

10 

12 

11 

6 

8 

12 

7 

14 

15 

9 

10 

13 

11 

12 

170 


3 

2 

3 

3 
1 
1 
5 
1 
3 
5 
3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
1 

46 


21 
18 
16 
19 
27 
17 
25 
17 
13 
22 
24 
27 
27 
26 
28 
24 
25 
31 


Total. . 


380 

1 


54 


99 


28 


21 


407 



46 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 













V 


Place of Birth and 


Death. 
















Conn. 


Maine. 


Mass. 


N. H. 


R. I. 


Vt. 


N. E. 


N. Y. 


Other. 


a 
1 


1 
1 


< 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


i 


i 


^ 


i 


^ 


5 


5 


f. 


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u3 


5 


i 












































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13 


12 


P3 

4 


2 


15 


12 


5 


4 


n 






5 


1 


CQ ' 


31 


11 


5 


P5 
3 


27 


7 


Q 


1875.. 


42 





1876. . 


11 


5 


4 


3 


26 


19 


8 


2 


2 


2 


7 


6 


58 


37 


3 


7 


4 


24 


3 





1877.. 


8 


8 


5 


1 


13 


14 


10 


3 





1 


8 


9 


44 


36 


6 


4 


8 


20 


2 





1878.. 


9 


10 


2 


1 


13 


16 


8 


2 








10 


7 


42 


36 


7 


2 


2 


16 


5 


9, 


1879. . 


8 


10 


7 


5 


19 


14 


8 


7 





2 


11 


4 


53 


42 


9 


10 


6 


21 


6 


1 


1880. . 


17 


7 


6 


1 


21 


23 


7 


2 


3 


1 


7 


6 


61 


40 


11 


9 


6 


32 


4 


1 


1881.. 


15 


10 


2 


2 


23 


22 


7 


6 


1 


2 


10 


(5 


58 


48 


11 


9 


7 


28 


9 





1882.. 


7 


7 


3 


4 


24 


14 


4 


2 








6 





44 


27 


4 


8 


7 


24 


5 


1 


1883. . 


18 


8 


5 


4 


20 


19 


13 


5 


1 


1 


6 


4 


63 


41 


2 


10 


10 


26 


3 


1 


1884. . 


12 


5 


6 


7 


16 


17 


13 


5 








9 


6 


56 


40 


8 


8 


8 


28 


7 


3 


1885. . 


15 


11 


7 


4 


18 


14 


10 


6 


1 





7 


6 


58 


41 


11 


9 


4 


28 


7 


? 


1886 . 


10 


5 


2 


1 


21 


18 


6 


4 








13 


6 


52 


34 


14 


13 


11 


42 


13 


1 


1887.. 


18 


13 


6 


4 


22 


18 


9 


5 


3 


2 


7 


2 


65 


44 


11 


4 


7 


42 


8 


1 


1888. . 


15 


13 


7 


5 


23 


18 


11 


9 








12 


5 


68 


50 


10 


3 


6 


40 


12 


3 


1889. . 


18 


n 


6 


9 


18 


18 


13 


4 








10 


2 


65 


44 


14 


2|10 


47 


11 


7 


1890.. 


15 


13 


9 


8 


19 


12 


13 


6 





1 


5 


5 


61 


45 


13 


4 1 11 


45 


14 


5 


1891.. 


n 


14 


6 


5 


25 


14 


2 


3 





1 


9 


6 


53 


43 


12 


4 


16 


40 


11 


5 


1892. . 


17 


7 


9 


8 


18 


19 


7 


3 








17 


7 


68 


44 


8 


3 


12 


43 


7 


5 


Total, 


237 


169 


96 


74 


354 


301 


154 


78 


11 


13 


159 


88 


1,011 


723 


165 


114 


138 


573 


134 


38 



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10 
9 

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11 

8 
10 
1 
12 
10 
10 
7 
10 
9 
7 



11 
17 
8 
9 
7 
18 
12 
12 
20 
17 
9 
15 
12 
17 
14 
19 
11 
13 


32 
32 
31 
30 
50 
43 
47 
33 
41 
48 
49 
53 
63 
65 
66 
63 
71 
71 


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1 
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1 

2 



1 


3 

3 



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1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
2 
3 
3 
5 
1 
2 
3 
2 

5 


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1876 

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3 
6 


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1878 


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1 


1879 


3 


1880 


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1882 


4 


1883 


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1884 


7 


1885 


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1890 


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1892 


fotal 


156 


241 


888 


46 


10 


2 


20 


42 


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month of January, and fourteen in February. 

Note. — The limitations of the tables do not in all cases admit exactness. * In the 
table of theological education, students who did not graduate are counted, and with- 
out distinction from graduates; but a name occurring in more than one seminary list 
is not repeated ; and in the college lists, a few students who were not alumni are 
counted with the graduates. 

The editor renews his earnest request to friends and to the secretaries of the State 
bodies for prompt information of the death of Congregational ministers, and for full 
and exact information on the model of the sketches above given. Obituary and 
eulogy beyond, it is impossible to use here. 



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NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 49 



THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 



AMERICAN BOARD. OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN 

MISSIONS. 

Founded in 1810. 

President. — Richard S. Stokrs, d. d., ll. d., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Vice-President. — Eliphalkt W. Blatchford, Esq., Chicago, 111, 

Corresponding Secretaries. — N. G. Clark, d. d. ; Edmund K. Alden, d. d. ; 

JuDSON Smith, d. d. 
Field Secretary. — Charles C. Creegan, d. d. 
Treasurer. —Laj^gdos S. Ward. 
Editorial Secretary. — Elnathan E. Strong, d. d. 
Publishing and Piirchasing Agent.— Charles E. Swett. 

P. O. Address of the above, 1 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 
District Secretaries. — Charles H. Daniels, d. d., 121 Bible House, New York City. 
Rev. a. N. Hitchcock, ph. d., 151 "Washington Street, 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 tbe same year. Its mission fields now occupied are Mexico; 
the Hawaiian and Micronesian Islands of the Pacific; Japan; Northern China; 
Shansi in Northwestern China; Foochow and Canton and vicinity in 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 Erzoom, 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, Brousa, Nicomedia, and Adabazar: European Turkey, from 
Constantinople to Samoko\ in Bulgaria, including Monastir in Macedonia and 
Philippolis in East Roumelia; Austria, emphasizing the Bohemian work in 
Prague: and Northern and Northwestern Spain, this work centring in San Sebastian, 
on the Bay of Biscay. 

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; Sunday-school instruction; the preparation, 
publication, and circulation, in different languages, 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 i^hysicians, sometimes in the care of large dispensaries and hospitals; 
al.so charitable ministry, continuous and varied, to the sick, the poor, and the op- 
pressed. 

Pastors, in presenting the foreign work to their churches, are desired to empTiasize 
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 tlie unevangelized millions of other lands, it would 
probably not bo too large a proportion. 

The Woman's Boards, which co-oper^te with the American Board, are doing a 
royal service, not only securing — mainly from the women of tbe churches — large 
contributions, — the annual average of which, during recent years, has been over 
^140,000, — but also educating and training children and young people to an intelli- 
gent interest in missionary work. These Boards can be addressed at No. 1 Congre- 
gational House, Boston, at 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago, and at 1316 Mason Street, 
San Francisco. 

The latest statistics of the American Board report 20 missions, 1,221 stations and 
out-stations, 534 missionaries and assistant missionaries, 2,600 native laborers, 4.34 
churches, with over 40,000 members — over 3,500 of these received on confession of 
faith during the past year, — 141 high schools and seminaries for young men and 
young women, with nearly 7,500 students and a total of over 47,000 children and 
youth under Christian instruction. The appropriations for 1893 already amount to 
about $750,000, and it is desirable that the receipts for this year should reach, if pos- 
sible, $1,000,000. An average advance in donations of about fifty per cent will se- 
cure this honorable record. Attention is called to the Missionary Herald, the Mis- 
sion Dayspring, and Life and Light ; also to the American Board Almanac, and to 
the Children's 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. 



50 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 



SUMMARY OF THE REPORT OF TREASURER OF THE A. B. C. F. M. 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING AUGUST 31, 1892. 

BXPENDITURES. 

Coat of Missions. 

Mission to West Central Africa '. $16,841 77 

Mission to East Central Africa 6,938 32 

Zulu Mission 32,660 67 

Mission to European Turkev 34,832 63 

Mission to Western Turkey 130,850 83 

Mission to Central Turkey 42,741 28 

Mission to Eastern Turkey 52,084 11 

Marathi Mission 58,433 78 

Madura Mission 62,681 96 

Ceylon Mission 13,506 00 

Fo'ochow Mission 17,384 32 

Hon? Kong Mission 3,681 87 

North China Mission 63,955 40 

Shansi Mission 14,714 69 

Mission to Japan 115,501 28 

Sandwich Islands (including grants to former missionaries) . . 6,807 67 

Micronesia Mission 51,458 15 

Mission to Mexico 33,707 60 

Mission to Spain 16,345 99 

Mission to Austria 9,728 13 

$784,856 45 

Cost of Agencies 20,163 91 

Cost of Publications 7,327 17 

Cost of Administration. 

Department of Correspondence $12,685 08 

Treasurer's Department 7,465 82 

New York City 1,949 12 

Miscellaneous : — rent, care of rooms, furniture and repairs, 6,392 23 

28,492 25 

$840,839 78 
Balance on band August 31, 1892 728 99 

Total $841 ,568 77 

RECEIPTS. 

Donations, as acknowledged in the Missionary Herald $545,097 49 

Legacies, as acknowledged in the Missionary Herald 249,777 71 

From the Legacy of Asa Otis 35,185 38 

Interest on General Permanent Fund 10,744 14 

$840,804 72 

Balance on hand September 1. 1891 764 05 

$841,568 77 

Legacy of Asa Otis, New London, Conn $56,737 43 

Legacy of Samuel W. Swett, Boston 10,913 99 

No " Morning Star " Fund this year 

PERMANENT FUNDS OF THE BOARD. ^ ' 

General Permanent Fund $224,904 46 

Permanent Fund for Officers 59,608 00 

William White Smith Fund for education of preachers in Africa ;^,000 00 

Harris School of Science Fund for support of the school at Kyoto, Japan, 25,000 00 

Anatolia College Endowment Fund 21,112 87 

Hollis Moore Memorial Trust 5,000 00 

Mission Scholarships 6,397 41 

C. Merriam Female Scholarshin 3,000 00 

Euphrates College Female Teachers' Fund 2,500 00 

Benjamin Schneider Memorial Fund to aid students in Central Turkey,* 2,000 00 

Marash Theological Seminary Endowment 1,800 00 

Gordon Theological Seminary, Tung-Cho, China, Endowment Fund 5,000 00 

Jaffna Medical Mission Endowment, collected by Misses M. and M. W. 

Leitch 7,094 42 

LANGDON S. WARD, Treasurer. 



1893.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 51 

AMERICAN COLLEGE AND EDUCATION SOCIETY. 
Office : No. 10 Congregational House, Boston, Mass. 

OFFICERS, 18U2-3. 

President. — Hon. Nathaniel Shipman, of Hartford, Ct. 

Vice-Presidenis. — Samuel. Holmes, Esq., New York City; Joshua W. Wellman, 

D. D. 

Secretary — John A. Hamilton, d. d. 

Collec/e Field Secretary. — Rev. John L. Maile. 

We.^iern Secretary. — UeY. Theo. Y. Gardner. 

Treasurer. -'Ertw ART) A. Studley, Esq., Boston, Mass. 

Assistant Treasurer. — A. H. Clapp, d. d., Bible House, N. Y. 

Recording Secretary.— A. H. Plumb, d. d. 

Auditor. — Charles C. Burr, Esq. 

Directors. — Mr. Charles C. Burr; Albert H. Plumb, d. d.; H. Q. Butterfield, 

r>. D.; Alexander McKenzie, d. d. ; E. K. Alden, d. d.; William H. Willcox, 

D. D.; Edward A. Studlev, Esq.; Geo. E. Day, d. d.; Thomas Weston, Jr.; 

John A. Hamilton, d. d.: A. S. Twombly, d. d. ; Rev. Chas. B. Rice ; Rev. 

William H. Cobb; Rev. De Witt S. Clark: Rev. Nehemiah Boynton; Rev. 

Calvin Cutler; B. M. Fullerton, d. d.; Mr. J. Converse Gray; B. F. 

Hamilton, d. d. 

an historical sketch. 

During the last week of July, 1815, a few individuals in Boston, impressed by the 
belief that the religious welfare of the country demanded a great increase in the 
number of ministers and missionaries, invited several clergymen from neighboring 
towns to meet them for consultation. 

Their deliberations resulted in a vote that it was expedient that a society be 
formed for the purpose of aiding young men having talents and piety, but no money, 
to acquire an education for the work of preaching the gospel. A committee of six 
clergymen and four laymen " was appointed to frame a constitution to be reported 
at a future meeting." According to adjournment, the next meeting was held in 
Boston, the 29th of the August following, and was attended by about fifty gentle- 
men. A constitution was reported, discussed and adopted, and the meeting was 
adjourned to Oct. 26, at which time a sermon was delivered by Eliphalet Pearson, 
D. D., and a collection taken. 

For reasons not reported, it was voted to postpone the formal organization of the 
Society to the 7th of December, when the following gentlemen and others were 
elected officers: — 

His Honor, William Phillips, Esq., President. 
Rev. John Codman, Cor. Secretary. 
Directors. — Eliphalet Pearson, d. d. ; Abiel Holmes, d. d. ; Daniel Dana, 

d. d.; Rev. Joshua Bates; Rev. Brown Emerson; Rev. Asa Eaton; Ebenezer 

Porter, d. d. 

The Society thus organized was legally incorporated Dec. 4, 1816. 

The state of feeling as to the importance of the work proposed by the Society was 
indicated by the tenor of the opening sermon above referred to. 

It was devoted in large part to a statistical exhibit of the country's condition as to 
the supply of the ministry. The preacher affirmed that in the nine Western States 
and Territories there was a population of 1,078,815, among whom all told there were 
but 116 ministers, — leaving at the rate of one minister for 1,000 people, 9()2,815 inhabi- 
tants destitute of a regular ministry. On the same principle, he declared that there 
were 2,071,670 similarly destitute in the Southern States; 1,863,945 in the Middle 
States; and 1,471,670 even in New England. Or, as presented in summary, out of 
■8,500,000 the entire population of the United States and Territories at tliat time, 
6,500,000 were destitute of an educated ministry. In view of this, it was the affirma- 
tion of the preacher "that in the whole Christian world there is not another country, 
containing one-fourth part as many inhabitants, so deplorably destitute of competent 
religious instruction as the people of the United States." 

Under the impulse of .such convictions, there could have been no delay in entering 
vigorously upon the object for which the Society was founded. During the first 
eleven months, $4,000 for immediate use were raised by solicitation amongst the 
churches, and forty young men of hopeful piety, belonging to different States be- 
tween Nova Scotia and the Mississippi Territory, were brought under assistance in 
different stages and seats of learning. The second r-^port of the S )ciety showed the 
existence of a wide and grenerous enthusiasm for the cause. Auxiliary societies of 
young and old were formed in many counties, both in Massachusetts and other New 
England States. Special praying circles, reading circles and Cent societies came 
into being for the promotion of the object; and the poor as well as the rich gave with 
willing hearts. In one case there was an entry in behalf of the cause of a pair of 
■" gold ear-rings equal to SI. 25 " ; in another " a string of gold beads equal to $7.00 " ; 



52 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

and still another, " $2.00 from two young ladies at school, out of their pin money.'* 
During the first few years of the Society's work, contributions came in from Presby- 
terians as well as Congregationalists, from the Middle and Southern States as well 
as from New England. But receipts from other denominations were but temporary. 
For the most part, during the seventy-five years of its existence, the Society has 
been distinctively Congregational, having raised in this time, all told, something 
like 82,500,000, and having aided nearly or quite 8,000 young men. 

The Society for the promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the 
"West came into being as a necessary outgrowth of the work of the American Home 
Missionary Society. It early appeared that the institution of higher Christian learn- 
ing must go hand in hand with the movement to preach the Gospel and to establish 
churches in the rapidly opening districts of the great West. The work of soliciting 
funds for this object was lor some years carried on without organization and by indi^. 
viduals who, in the interest of Home Missions, felt a personal responsibility for the 
establishrD,ent and maintenance of this class of schools. _ But the results of such soli- 
citation proving largely inadequate to the great work in hand, it was felt to be of 
vital importance that the work for the object henceforth be carried on under some 
organized form. ' 

To this end, a meeting was convened by the presidents of several Western colleges 
in the Tract House, New York, May 10, 1843. Such men as Lyman Beecher, 
Absalom Peters, Samuel H. Cox, Joel Linsley and Edward Beecher were present 
and made addres-^es. 

A strong and unanimous opinion was expressed that an organization be formed, 
and a committee, including the names of Peters, Beecher, Bacon and Linsley, was 
appointed to consider and mature a plan. At an adjourned meeting, a constitution 
was proposed, and at a subsequent meeting, June 29, a constitution was adopted^ 
and the following officers elected. 

Hon, B. F. Butler, New York City, President. 
Rev. Theron Baldwin, Corresponding Secretary. 

DIRECTORS. 

Rev. Albert Barnes; Eliakim Phelps, d. d.; Joel Parker, d. d. ; A. D. Eddy, 
D. D.; T. H. Skinner, d. d. ; J. C. Bliss, m. d.; S. H. Cox, d. d.; Rev. W. B. 
Lewis; N. S. S. Beman, d. d.: Hon. T. W. Williams ; Leonard Bacon, d. d.; 
Henrv White, Esq.; Horace Bushnell, d. d.; A. M. Collins, Esq ; Rev.. 
J. H. Towne; Samuel H. Walley, Esq.; J. W. Crocker, Esq.; Henry 
Edwards. Esq. 

After thirty years of independent existence, the Society was united with the 
American Education Society, and the two, under a charter of the Massachusetts. 
Legislature, March 0, 1874, were incorporated as one society bearing the above men- 
tioned names. In this period, the sum of $1,800,000 and upwards has been contributed 
through the Society to over thirty colleges and seminaries. These institutions com- 
prise the most important and progressive of those of the Congregational order in the 
West, and are of great promise in relation to the future of Christian civilization. 

During the last triennial period receipts for the young men were 8152,941.11, of 
which 888,622.11 were paid to them, and 844,444.44 placed on temporary loan, leav- 
ing a balance in the treasury of .88,844,68. A comparison with the payments to the- 
young men for the previous three years shows an increase of $6,968.29 during the 
term now under review. 

Total receipts in the three years for all departments, $414,045.74. 

The amount received for the colleges in same period $261,104 63 

The amount for the previous three years 162,727 08 

Showing an increase for colleges in last three years 98,377 55 

amount received by each college. 

Colorado $13,158 75 Yankton .$54,398 78 

Doane 58,509 03 Pomona 37,956 75 

Pacific University. 5,000 00 Fargo 12,279 26 

Rollins 34,538 54 Lake Charles 3,000 00 , 

Whitman 17,819 96 $236,661 07 

During the past year, the scope of the Society's educational work has been en- 
larged by the recognition of academies upon the list of its institutions. Additional 
and important responsibilities are thus assumed, and the Society looks with confi-^ 
dence to the Christian public for proportionate aid and encourasjement. 

form of bequest. 
T do hereby give and bequeath to the "American College and Education 

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

decease, and to be applied to the uses and purposes of that Society. 

J^™ Thirty dollars constitutes an Honprary Membership. 



1893.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 53 



THE AMERICAN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION. 

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



President. — Hon. Rufus S. Frost, Chelsea. 

Vice-Presidents. — Samuel Johnson, Boston; Wm, M.Taylor, d. d., New York, 
N. Y. 

Corresponding a7id Recording Secretary. — Rev. Morton Dexter, Boston. 

Treasurer. — Augustus S. Lovett, Roxbury. 

Librarian and Assistant Treasurer. — Wm. H. Cobb, d. d., Newton Centre. 

Auditor. — Alonzo C. Tenney, Chelsea. 

Directors. — Ai^ONzn H. Quint, d. d., Dover, N. H.; Nathaniel G. Clark, d. d., 
West Roxbury ; Marquis P. Dickinson, Boston; Edward A. Studley, Boston; 
S. Brainard Pratt, Boston; Rev. Joshua Coit, Winchester; B. F. Hamilton, 
D. D., Roxbury; William H. Hodgkins, Somerville; Elljah Horr, d. d., 
Worcester; Thomas Todd, Concord; William F. Richardson, Boston; Corydon 
M. Whittlesey, West Newton; William O. Blaney. Roxbury; Svmuel B. 
Capen, Jamaica Plain; Rev. DeWitt S. Clark, Salem; Hknry E. Cobb, 
Newton; William H. Emerson, Cambridge; Hon. .James M. W. Hall, Cam- 
bridge; Mortimer B. Mason, Boston; Rev. Charles B. Rice, Danvers; G. 
Henry Whitcomb, Worcester; Henry A. Hazbn, d. d., Aulturndale; A. E. 
Dunning, d. d., Jamaica Plain, George P. Smith, Roxbury; Augustus S. 
Lovett, Roxbury; Hon. Jonathan A. Lane, Boston; Rev. Nehemiah Boynton, 
Boston; William A. Paine, Roxbury. 



OB.JECTS. 

To preserve, improve, and promote the best use, of the Congregational Library; 
to care for the Congregational House, remove the incumbrances upon it, and erect, as 
soon asj'easible, a new Congregational House in its place; to further the general in- 
terests of Congregationalism. 

Although two of our benevolent societies are at the point of union, the sacred 
number seven should be preserved by the adoption into the list of the American 
Congregational Association. This Society may well hope for those generous church 
contributions (only one for all time ha.s ever been requested from each church), 
which had been a tradition of the past, but which would so admirably supplement 
the efforts of Congresationalists in Boston and vicinity to provide worthj' and com- 
modious denominational headquarters. 



financial statement. 

Valuation of Congregational House, 188S ... §100,000 00 

Valuation of Congregational House, 1H(I> 501,000 00 

Of which, land $395,800 00 

Of which, building 105.200 00 

Expenditures, 1892-93 23,389 59 

Income from rents, 1892-93 23,055 53 

Income from contributions 49 08 

Present debt of the Association 165,000 00 

The largest item in the expenditures consists of .S7,G50..33, for interest and princi- 
pal of the mortgages on the property. The inrlebtedness has been gradually reduced 
from $2.50,000 to §165,000. It will be seen that the year brought the Association 
nothing from legacies, and less than fifty dollars from contributions. The outlook 
for the coming year is brighter, but the Directors do not consider it good policy to 



54 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

attempt a new Congregational House, until the debt on the present one is in some 
way provided for. We have an admirable location ; the ancient editice which now 
occupies it can be supplanted ere long by one of which Congregationalists will be 
justly proud, if all co-operate in securing so desirable a result. 



THE LIBRARY. 

The plans for a new Congregational House relate solely to the old part of the 
structure. The Library building was erected in 1873-74, and is well adapted to its 
purpose. It contains .31,800 volumes, of which nearly a thousand were added last 
year. Besides these are 57,448 pamphlets, 37,5(>7 unbound numbers of periodicals, 
and a vast number of duplicates. Our chief specialty is the early Congregational 
Literature of New England, with its sources in the mother country. These books 
and pamplilets are excessively rare. Contributions of money are mainly expended 
in securing this kind of literature, and are always needed and welcome. But besides 
this department, there are others which the readers of the Year Book can have a 
more direct agency in securing. 

1. Portraits. Coming generations will bless us if we give them the privilege of 
looking at faithful representations of the fathers and founders of New England 
Congregationalism. Many thoughtful and reverend faces already look, down from 
the galleries of the Library; but of these only Emmons and Hopkins belong to the 
leaders of the last century, and we have no specimens from the century previous. 
Who will help us to good paintings of the Plymouth worthies, and of Cotton and 
Winthrop, Sewall and Prince, the Mathers and the Ed\vardses, and many others 
whose names are illustrious in the story of our denominational life ? 

2. Town Histories. The value of these to our special purpose comes from the 
fact that in the earliest times the church and the town were inextricably blended. 
A good history of any one of our old New England towns furnishes abundant eccle- 
siastical material, which is constantly ransacked by those who are prosecuting his- 
torical researches. Our library is already very strong in this line, but to keep it so, 
money has to be expended which ought rather to be reserved for the rare and fast 
perishing treasures of a distant past. Almost every town whose history has been 
written, if situated in the New England zone, contains Congregationalists who 
could, and should, be thoughtful enough to supply our denominational library with 
such histories. A postal addressed to the librarian will soon bring you word as to 
whether the Library contains the history of your town ; if not, please send it as soon 
as possible. 

3. Church Munvals. A Word to CJmrch Clerks. Do you read your Year-Book? 
If so. did you see this sentence last year? — " It is earnestly requested that each 
church clerk, before taking time to forget it, will send the Library a copy of all the 
editions of his church manual which he can lay hands on." If so, why didn't you 
do it ? for very few were received. Their value here may not be at once apparent, 
but the fragments of history, and lists of names, and even the varying forms ot 
creed and covenant which they contain, are precious material to the historian and 
the genealogist. 

4. Biography. The Library already contains over 1,400 volumes in this depart- 
ment. Naturally it has expanded from a mere collection of the lives of men promi- 
nent in New England annals, throush the difficulty of separating class from class, 
till it has assumed a character quite miscellaneous. Y/hat statistics are to one 
class of investigators, biographies are to another; all who are familiar with great 
libraries know how all biographical matter is prized. We have room, and a press- 
ing need, for large additions in this department. 

5. Miscellany. There is a secular side to our Library, for it is a historical as well 
as a religious library. Everything in the nature of statistics and reports of societies 
is welcome here. College, seminary, and academy catalogues, histories, class his- 
tories, etc., in short, everyuhing pertaining to educational work, will here find its 
proper place. Local historical facts, whether printed oi written, church or secular, — 
everything furnishing materials for history, is sure to be scanned and gleaned by 
careful investigators. Very few of the local Conferences as yet send us their reports 
of church work; all .such statistics ought to be printed, and a copy lodged with the 
librarian at the Congregational House. The half million Congregationalists scat- 
tered over the land ought to realize that in the Congregational Library is ;> central 
point and a home, where the lite of the churches can find eloquent though silent 
expression throush the coming years, as well as in the present. Every Congrega- 
tionalist is cordially invited to embrace the privilege and the duty of sending to the 
Library whatever he has published, on any subject, and thus to contribute his 
part to the great representative collection which is here in process of formation. 



.1893.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 55 

THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. 

Room 59, Bible House, New York City. 

Aids in Building Churches and Parsonages. 

/^A'^«-„ «/ *;,o rr>,; „ ( WiLHAM M. Taylor, D. D., LL D., Presldeiit. 
Oncers of the Union. | l. h. Cobb, d. d.. Recording Secretary. 

f Wm. H. Ward, d. d., ll. d., Chairman. 
I H. O. Pinneo, Treasurer and Recording Secretary. 
Officers of the Board. \ L. H. Cobb, d. d., Corresponding Secretary. 

I Rev. C. H. Taintor, Chicago, 111. / Field 

t Rev. G. A. Hood, Boston, Mass. \ Secretaries. 

Trustees. — Gen. O. O. Howard, Mr. VV. J. Hunt, Dea. J. L. Partridge, .T. E. 
TwiTCHELL, d. d.. Mr. C. D. Marvin, 189.'i-9(J. Wm. H. Ward, d. d.. Rev. 
S. Colcord, Mr. Jacob L. Hai.sey, George Wilcox, Esq., James A. Ross, 
Esq., 1892-95. J. G. Roberts, d. d., Mr. N. A. Calkins, Mr. Alonzo 
Alford, Dr. L. C. Warner, Mr. Francis A. Palmer, 1891-94. 

Geography. — Ot the 188 churches to which aid was voted in 1892, 152 were in the 
West; 21 in the South ; 15 in the East. 

History. — At the date of this writing (April 19, 1893), the Society has on its 
books a record of 2,340 houses of worship completed, and .389 parsonages. 353 of the 
churches have closed their accounts with us ; 121 of the parsonages. 

Mathematics. — Every .flOO given to this Society for its work secures from two to 
ten times that sum from the aided churches. Gifts placed in our Loan Funds are 
to be returned every five years. No loan or grant stops witli one church, but helps 
an arithmetical procession of churches till the work of church and parsonage build- 
ing is done. 

The Annuity Fund. — This consists of prepaid legacies, on which a limited life 
annuity is paid to the donor. 

The Memorial Loan Fxind. — Nothing can be more suitable than a memorial of a 
departed friend in the form of a church or parsonage built, an inscribed communion 
set, or a bell given to a church struggling to build and furnish a house of prayer or 
home for a minister. We or our friends can thus lengthen our work indefinitely. 

Legacies. — Should be written with special care, as follows : " I give and bequeath 
to the Congregational Church Building Society, a corporation duly organized and 
existing by and under the laws of the State of New York," etc. 

Current Demands. — So long as the denomination is organizing, on an average, 
240 new churches a year, not one fourth of which are likely to build houses of wor- 
ship or parsonages without aid, and so long as there are 511 already organized that 
are shelterless, the demands of the work must increase. Last year's receipts were 
only Slii8,000. .§200,000 are sure to be urgently needed before Jan. 1, 1894. Appli- 
cations to (late (April 19, 1893), are nearly double the number received between 
Jan. 1 and April 19. 1892. The sum asked this year, thus far, is *49,200, as against 
$29,500, April 19, 1892. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Balance on hand for church building, Jan. 1, 1892 $()(),725 92 

Receipts for church building, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1892 146,5:34 2(5 

Total resources for church building, for 12 months. S213,2(;0 18 

Paid to aid churches .^100,834 59 

Other disbursements 19,910 94 

120,745 .53 

Balance on hand, Jan. 1 , 1893, appropriated, but not paid S92,514 G5 

Balance on hand for parsonages, Jan. 1, 1892 $17,597 44 

RfcCeived for parsonages, for 12 months 21,915 48 

Total resources for parsonages $.39,512 92 

Paid for parsonages 20,0(30 00 

Balance in treasury for parsonages, Jan. 1, 1893 $19,452 92 

Total receipts for parsonage and church building $1(18,442 54 



56 



CONGREGATIOISrAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



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. — Gen. Oliver O. Howard. 

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

Secretaries for Correspondence. — Joseph B. Clark, d. d. ; William Kincaid, d. d. ; 

Washington Choate, d. d. 
Treasurer. — Alexander H. Clapp, d. d. 
Secretary of the Woman's Department. —Mrs. H. S. Caswell. 
Editor of " The Home Missionary." — Mrs. H. S. Caswell. 



superintendents . 



Henry A. Schadffler, d. d., Slavic Department, Cleveland, O. 
MoRiTZ E. EvERsz, D. D., German Department, Chicago, 111. 
Rev. M. W. Montgomery, Scandinavian Department, Chicago, 111. 



E. D. Curtis, D.D., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rev. S. F. Gale, Jacksonville, Fla. 

jBev. J. H. MoRLEY, Minneapolis, Minn. 
]£l/9V. Franklin B. Doe, St. Louis, Mo. 
Rev. L. P. Broad, Topeka, Kan. 

iRev. E. L.HooD,Albuquerque,N. Mexico. 
-^Qv. A. JuDSON Bailey, Seattle, Wn. 
Rev. T. G. Grassie, Ashland, Wis. 

^ev. A. A. Brown, 

(Black Hills and Wyo.) Hot Springs, 

South Dakota^ 
tleY: Harmon J^ross, Lincoln, Neb. 



Rev. W. H. Thrall, Redfield, S. D. 
Rev. H. C. Simmons, Fargo, N. D. 

Eev. C. M. Sanders, Denver, Col. 

Rev.W.S.HAWKES, Salt Lake City,Utah. 
Rev. J. K. Harrison, San Francisco, Cal. 
Rev. James T. Ford, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Rev. Cephas F. Clapp, Forest Grove, Or. 
Rev. T. W. Jones, d.d., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rev. W. S. Bell, • Helena, Mon. 

Rev. S. C. McDaniel, Atlanta, Ga. 

Rev. S. E. Bassett, Supt. , Alabama, 

Fort Valley, Ga. 



secretaries and treasurers of the auxiliaries. 

Maine Miss. Society .Jonathan E. Adams, d. d. , iSec, Bangor, Me. 

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

New Hampshire Home Miss. Society Rev. A. T. Hillman, Sec, Concord, N. H. 

New Hampshire Home Miss. Society, Hon. L. D. Stevens, Treas., Concord, N. H. 
Vermont Domestic Miss. Society, Rev. Chas. H. Merrill, Sec, St. Jobnsbury, Vt. 

Vermont Domestic Miss. Society T.M. Howard, Treas., " " 

Mass. Home Miss. Society Eev. Joshua Coit, Sec, ( 9 Congr. House, 

Mass. 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. . .H. C. Waters, Esq., Treas., Pawtucket, 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 Rev. Ethan Curtis, Sec, Syracuse, N. Y. 

New York Home Miss. Society. . .William Spalding, Esq., Treas., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ohio Home Miss. Society J. G. Eraser, d.d.. Sec, Cleveland,©. 

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

Illinois Home Miss. Society James Tompkins, d. d., Sec, \ 151 Washington St., 

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

Wisconsin Home Miss. Society ....... Rev. Homer W. Carter, Sec, Beloit, Wis. 

Wisconsin Home Miss. Society... C. M. Blackman, Esq., Treas., Whitewater, Wis. 

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

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

Michigan Congregational Association, Rev. Leroy Warren, Sec, Lansing, Mich. 
Michigan Congregational Association, Dr. James Gallup, Treas. 

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 over .30,000 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. 



1893.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 57 

For more than sixty-seven years the Society has been organizing chvirches 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, 6,121 churches have been organ- 
ized and 2,978 have come to self-support. It has collected and disbursed in cash, 
815,387,895.48; and in clothing, books, and other supplies, largely the offerings of 
Christian women, $2,020,937; in all, $17,405,826. The additions to the churches 
liave been 420,849. 

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, an auxiliary of this Society, is the channel of the Home Missionary 
offerings of the women of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. 

The "number of missionaries employed in its sixty-seventh year (1892-93) Avas 
2,002, 1,459 of them in States and Territories west and south of New York. They 
preached regularly in 3,841 stations, and at frequent intervals in many hundreds 
more. The number of Sunday-school and Bible-class scholars was 159,300. The 
additions to the churches were 11.232; 7,249 of them on confession of Christ. 
Churches organized, 140; reached self-support, 75. 

The sixty-seventh year's receipts were, in cash, $738,081.29 ; in supplies, $46,.">96.87 ; 
in all, S784,678.16. 

At least $750,000 in cash is needed this year properly to sustain the missionaries 
oiow 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, 
I)ut where their support involves heavy outlay bv 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, 1893, were, 
from congregations and individuals, $184,470.05; ditto transmitted by 
Auxiliaries, $87,857.20; from Legacies, $239,217.10; income from 
Funds, $10,890.85; annuities $1,.500; subscriptions to The Home 3fis- 
sionary, $2,300.06; Auxiliaries' receipts applied to work in their own 
Fields, $211,499.68; sale of publications, $346.35. In all $738,081.29 

Payments during the same year : Missionary service and supplies, $620.- 
995.86; Publication Department, $21,070.46; Administration, $22,609.- 
58; Woman's Department, $4,301.07; Miscellaneous, $20,057.15; Total 

Payments $689,026.12 

Balance to new account $13,523.26 

Additional cash and supplies disbursed by direction of the donors. . . $46,.596.87 



FORM OF A BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to my executors the sura of dollars, in trust, to pay over 

the same in months after my decease, to the person who, when the same 

is payable, 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. [1893.. 

THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. 
Organized Sept. 3, 1846 ; Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 
President. —Merrill, E. Gates, ll. d., Amherst, Mass. 
Corresponding Secretaries. — Michael E. Strieby, d. d., ll. d., A. F. Beard, d. d.^ 

and F. P. Woodbury, d. d., Bible House, New York City. 
Assistant Correspondinq Hecretarp. — Rpv. C. J. Ryder, Bible House, New York City. 
Treasurer. — H. W. Hubbard, Esq., Bible House, New York City. 
District Secretarips. — Rev. J. E. Roy, d. d., 151 VVashinafton Street. Chicago, 111., 

Rev. W. E. C. Wright, Y. M. C. A. Buildiuir, Cleveland, Ohio, and Rev. 

G. H. GuTTERSON, 21 Congregational House, Boston, Mass. 
Secretary of Woman's Bureau. — Miss D. E. Emerson, Bible House, New York City. 

ITS FIELD. 

This extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from Florida to Alaska. It 
includes, in the South, the Negroes and the Whites, especially those in the moun- 
tains; in the West the Indians; on the Pacific Coast the Chinese, and in Alaska 
the Eskimos. Through its pupils it is reaching into Africa, China, the West Indian 
Islands and Mexico. 

its work. 

It originated in a sympathy with the ahnost friendless slave. Since emancipation 
its main eftorts have bet^n devoted to the South, in the endeavor to prepare the 
freedmen for their duties as citizens and Christians. In its work it recognizes no 
distinction of race or color. 

The Association has a Bureau of Woman's Work, to assist in collecting funds 
for the elevation of women in its various fields. It specially invites the couperatiou 
of the Christian women of the churches in this form of work. 

STATISTICS FOR 1891-92. 

IN THE SOUTH. 

Colleges and Schools 84 

Churches 140' 

Teachers, Missionaries and Workers 486 

AMONG THE INDIANS. 

Churches 12 

Members of Churches 461 

Schools 11 

Teachers, Missionaries and Workers yQ 

AMONG THE CHINESE. 

Missions 19 

Missionaries o8 

Pupils 1,176 

IN ALASKA. 

Missionaries 4 

Schools 1 

Pupils 168 

MAGAZINE. 

The Amerimn 3fissionar>/ is publislied monthly, a.t ffly cents a year : but will be 
sent gratuitously, if desired, to tlie Missionaries of the As>ociation; 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 churches and 
schoolhouses, aid students in course ot education, and supplies of every kind for the 
multitudes of poor and needy. Cash or supplies can be sent to the Treasurer or 
District Secretaries. Current expenditures require for this year, *500,000: .'?41,000 
per month, or over 1,300 per day. 

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 <lirection of the Executive Committee of that 
Association to its charitable uses and purposes. 

The will should be attested by three witnesses (in some 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 la-t 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, but tiiis rule does not apply to bequests in New York State to this Association. 



1893.] 



NATIONAL SOCIETIES. d^Y 



Summary of the Annual Report of the Treasurer of the American 
Missionary Association for the Year ending September 30, 1892. 
expenditures. 
The South : For Church and Educational Work, Lands, Build- 
ings, etc $294,971 18 

The Indiana : For Church and Educational Work, Build- 
ings, etc 61,229 67 

The Chinese : For Superintendent, Teachers, Rent, etc 12,775 80 

Foreign Missions: For Missions in Africa, income 

paid A. B. C. F, M $4,230 58 

For support of Aged Missionary, Jamaica, W. I. 155 00 



Publications: For American Missionary (2(j,000 monthly), 
including cost of copies sent gratuitously to Pastors, S. S. 
Superintendents, Life Members, and Officers of Mission- 
ary Societies . $7,62124 

Less am't received from subscribers. . . . $663 78 
" " " " advertisements, 201 19 

954 97 

S6,G66 27 
Annual Reports, Leaflets, Clerk-hire, 

etc $3,(i51 67 

Less amount received from Sale of 

Leaflets 19 50 

3,(;32 17 



4,385 58 



10,298 44 



Agencies : For Eastern District. — District Secretary, 
Clerk-hire, Travelling Expenses, Printing, Rent, Post- 
age, Stationery, etc 5,364 00 

For Middle Eastern District. —Travelling and other 

Collecting Expenses 806 77 

For Middle Western District.— Dist. Sec, Travelling 

Expenses, Printing, Rent, Postage, Stationery, etc 2,687 95 

For Western District. —District Secretary, Clerk-hire, 

Travelling Expenses, Rent, Postage, Stationery, etc... 5,553 39 
For Financial Secretary for Indian Missions. — 

Salary and Travelling Expenses, etc., 11 months 471 08 

For Woman's Bureau. — Secretary, Travelling Expenses, 

Circulars, Clerk hire, etc 2,048 84 

Administration: For Department of Correspondence 15,241 17 

For Treasurer's Department 4,720 00 

For Rent, Care of Rooms, Furniture, Books and Station- 
ery, Rent of Safe, Deposit Vaults, Clerk-hire, Postage, 

Travelling Expenses, etc 7,023 44 

For Annual Meeting 730 42 

For Wills and Estates 1,128 25 

For Amounts sent to Treasurer by mistake 149 36 

$429,585 34 

Balance in hand, Sept. 30, 1892 983 15 

$430,568 49 
receipts. — 

Balance in hand, Oct. 1, 1891 " $619 12- 

From Churches, Sabbath Schools, Missionary Societies, and 

Individuals $172,853 00 

" Estates 172,112 56 

" Income, Sundry Funds 10,294 75 

" Tuition and Public Funds 42,158 78 

" United States Government, on account of subsistence 

for Indians 21,930 37 

" Slater Fund, paid to Institutions 10,599 91 



DANIEL HAND FUND, INCOME ACCOUNT. 

Balance in hand, Oct. 1, 1891 $9,595 06 

Income collected to Sept. 30, 1892 52,721 17 



429,049 37 
$430,568 49 



Amount expended in the South $51,948 44 

Balance in hand and appropriated 10,367 79 



$62,316 23 
62,316 23 



RECEIPTS FOR THE WORK OF THE YEAR 1891-92. 

For Current Work $420,949 37 

Income from Daniel Hand Fund 52,721 17 

Total — $482,67054 

H. W. HUBBARD, Treasurer, 108 Bible House, New York. 



60 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 



[1893. 



CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PUBLISHING SOCIETY. 



Congregational House, Boston. 175 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 

OFFICEKS. 



President. — Sajviuel B. Capex. 
Secretary, — Geo. M. Botnton, d. d. 
Field Sect.—\YM A. Duncan, ph. d. 
Editor. — M. C. Hazard. 



Business Manager. — 

"Wm. F. Whittemorb. 

Geo. p. Smith, Boston. 

J. H. Tewksbury, Chicago. 
Treasurer. — E. Lawrence Barnard. 



Agents. 



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. Contributions are used only for missionary work. 

During the year 1892, it has through its superintendents, missionaries, and others 
aided in the organization of 440 Sunday schools. During the preceding year 70 Con- 
gregational Churches grew out of schools organized by its missionaries. 

The total income for the year was $80,249. IS, of which $67,316.13 was available for 
immediate use. 

District Secretary. 

Rev. W. F. McMiLLEN, Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana, 175 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Superintendents. 



Rev. H. P.Ca se, Los Angeles, Box 1S63, So.Cal. 
Rev. J. D. Stewart, Aurora .... Neb. 
Rev. J. E. Platt, Manhattan, 

(Kansas and Ok.) 
Rev. W. B. D. Gray, 912 Mulberry St., 

Yankton, S. D. 

•Rev. C. A. TowLE, Grinnell, Bo.'c 284 . Iowa. 

Rev. Wm. Ewing, 615 Washtenaw St., Lansing, 

Mich. 

Rev. W. S. Bell, Helena Mont. 

-Rev. Samuel Greene, 515 Bell St., Seattle, 

(Wn. and Idaho.) 
Rev. Albert T. Lyman, Hot Springs, S. D. 

"Wyo. and Black Hills. 



Rev. William Shaw, Temple's Mill, Fla., 

Ga., Fla., and Ala. 
Rev. L. L. Wirt, 524 Slst St., Oakland. 

(No. Cal. and Nev.) 
Rev. R. P. Herrick, 302 Bank of Commerce 

Bldg., Minneapolis Minn. 

Rev. E. H. Stickkey, Fargo . . . . N. D. 
Rev. C. N. Fitch, Colorado Springs . .Col. 
Rev. Charles H. Curtis, Portland, Box 800, 

Ore. 
Rev. Geo. C. Haltn, 525 State St., Madison, 

Wis. 
Rev. Francis J. Marsh, Boston, 

New Eng. 



Missionaries. 



Rev. C. M. Daley, Huron 

Rev. R. A. Rowley, Richmond Beach . 
Rev. Wm. B. Young, pieabeck . . . 
Rev. Wm. H. Cooke, Oakland . . . 
Rev. E. J. Singer, Spokane .... 
Rev. J. C. Huntington 



S. D. 
Wn. 
Wn. 
Cal. 

Wn. 



Rev. Wm. A. Elliott, Gladstone 
Wm. a. Bond, Forest Grove . . 
Rev. Norman Plass, Cleveland . 
Rev. Frank F. Lewis, Putney . 
Rev. J. August Dahlgren 



Minn. Rev. H. S. Wannamaker, Peoria . 



Mich. 
Ore. 
Ohio. 
Vt. 
Minn. 
. 111. 



THE BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

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

Books and tracts from all publishers at lowest rates. 

Directory. 1. General correspondence concerning the general interests of the 
society and especially concerning missionary work' should be addressed to Rev. 
George M. Boynton, d. d., Secretary, Congregational House, Boston. 

2. Correspondence in regard to the representation of the Missionary work of the 
Society before conferences and churches and the Home Department should be ad- 
dressed to W. A. Duncan, ph. d. , Field Secretary, at the Boston office. 

3. Contributions should be sent to E. Lawrence Barnard, Treasurer, Congrega- 
tional House, Boston. 

4. Correspondence concerning State Sunday-school work or contributions may be 
sent to the Superintendent of each State. 

5. Correspondence relating to manuscripts, articles for periodicals, tracts, etc., 
should be directed to M. C. Hazard, Editor, Room 30, Congregational House, Boston. 

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



1893.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 61 



THE NEW WEST EDUCATION COMMISSION. 

Incorporated Dec. 4, 1879. 

Western OflSce, 151 Washinston Street, Chicago, 111. 
Eastern Office, 22 Congregational House, Boston, Mass. 



President. - Mr. W. E. Hale, 189 La Salle St., Chicago. 
Vice-President. — Simeon Gilbert, d. d.. Advance Office. 
Rec. Secretary. — G. S. P. Savage, d. d.. Western Office. 
General Hecretary, — Rev. Charles E. Bliss, Western Office. 
Field Secretary.— Mv. George M. Herrick, Eastern Office. 
Treasurer. — Mr. Wm. H. Hubbard, " The Rookery," Chicago. 
Superintendent in Utah. — Mr. Isaac Huse, Jr., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Advisory Committee in Bosont. — Arthur Little, d. d., George A. Gordon, 
D. D., Rev. A. E. WiNSHip, Mr. Henry E. Cobb, Rev. N. Boynton. 

Object. — The promotion of Christian civilization in Utah and adjacent States and 
Territories, by the education of the children and youth under Christian teachers, and 
by the 2ise of such other kindred agencies as may at any time be deemed ivise. 



progress. 

General Statement, July 1, 1892. 

Schools of all grades 28 

Number of Teachers 68 

Pupils 2,812 

Mormons 74^ 

' Apostates 585 

Mexicans 287 

Sabbath schools 21 

Pupils in S. S 2,000 

The New West Commission came into existence in obedience to a strong conviction 
that the peculiar evils prevailing in Utah and New Mexico could best be met by 
giving improved intellectual and religious training to children. The results of the 
movement fully attest the soundness and importance of this conviction. Several 
thousands of children have been brought under the instruction of the teachers of 
this Commission in both Territories, and the changes wrought in society thereby 
have been of the most marked and satisfactory character. 



Union of Societies. 

The New West Education Commission is about to consolidate its interests with 
those of the College and Education Society, under the name of the American 
Education Society. All its schools will be continued, and the Commission would 
earnestly request all its patrons and friends to sustain the American Education 
Society with the same liberality which they have always manifested toward the 
Commission. 



.62 CONCxREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 



MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 



THE COMMITTEE OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL. 



Rev. F. A. Noble, Chairman, Chicago, 111. 
Franklin Fairbanks, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Francis J. Lamb, Madison, Wis. 
Walter A. Mahony, Columbus, Ohio. 
Rev. H. A. Stimson, New York, N. Y. 
Rev. W. M. Taylor, New York, N. Y. 
Rev. Geo. H. Wells, Minneapolis, Minn. 
William E. Hale, Chicago, 111. 
Edwin H. Baker, Ware, Mass. 
John D. Cutter, New York, N. Y. 



Correspondence may be addressed to the Secretary, Rev. N. H. Whittlesey, 135 
Wall Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Money should be sent to the Treasurer of the Truste<-s of the National Council, 
Rev. S. B. Forbes, 206 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, Conn. 

So long as Congregational Ministers are in active service they receive from their 
churches, or through one of the great Home or Foreign Missionary Societies, suffi- 
cient remuneration to give them, with careful economy, a modest support, though 
not enough usually to enable them to make much provision for the future. But as 
Boon as they are disabled by old age or failing health, even the moderate income 
which they have had is cut ofi", resulting in many instances in great hardship. More 
than half of our pastors are Home Missionaries. It is inevitable that at least here 
and there one of them should die in such circumstances as to leave the widow and 
orphan children, not only bereaved but destitute. Surely, our churches have the 
duty and the sacred privilege of making suitable provision for these their honored 
representatives, not on the score of charity, but as a part of a proper recognition of 
valuable services rendered. 

State organizations have been formed in several of the older and wealthier States 
which need only a more general and regular support from the churches to enable 
them to make comfortable provision for such as clearly have a claim upon them. 

To meet the needs of those who by changes of residence or otherwise fall through 
between the rules of the State societies, as well as of those who have labored on the 
frontier where no State funds exist, a Permanent National Fund has been begun. 
Starting with a bequest of $10,000 from Mrs. Helen C. Knowles, of Worcester, Mass., 
it has been increased by the active efforts of the Committee and others to over $30,- 
■000. The " Trustees of the National Council of the Congregational Churches of the 
United States " are the legal body duly incorporated, who hold and invest the 
money. Only the income is distributed by the Ministerial Relief Committee, on 
application from the relief organizations of the States for such worthy beneficiaries 
as they are unable to aid. 

The Committee, under the appointment and with the approval of the National 
Council, and speaking for many of their suffering brethren and sisters who are too 



1893.] MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 68 

sensitive to speak for themselves, most earnestly ask of every pastor, just one rous- 
ing sermon on the duty of our churches to their disabled veterans; of every church, 
one i-plendid collection for this National Fund, and a moderate but regular annual 
■collection for its own State society; and of every individual, one superb contribu- 
tion as his fair share of the National Fund. 

The Secretary will gladly furnish leaflets, hymns, subscription cards, etc., free to 
all who will use them; and will respond to invitations to address churches, confer- 
ences, associations, and Congregational clubs, as far as possible. Some of the 
Lord's stewards may wish to remember this among other noble objects in their wills, 
and for their convenience there is inserted the following Form of a Bequest: — 

I bequeath to the "Trustees of the National Council of the Congregational 
Churches of the United States " (a body corporate chartered under the laws of the 
State of Connecticut) [here insert the bequest] to be used for the purpose of Minis- 
terial Relief as provided in the resolution of the National Council of the Congrega- 
tional Churches of the United States at its session held in Chicago, in October, 1886. 

STATE ORGANIZATIONS FOR MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

The persons named are, in most instances, the Secretary and the Treasurer. 

California. Congregational Ministers' Relief Society of California; Rev. J. H. 
Warren, George H. Kellogg, San Francisco. 

California, Southern. Congregational Ministers' Relief Society of Southern 
California; Rev. R. G. Hutchins, Rev. Elijah Cash, Los Angeles. 

Connecticut. Fund for Ministers; Rev. W. H. Moore, W. W. Jacobs, Hartford. 

Illinois. Ministerial Relief Association of the State of Illinois; Rev. G. W. 
Colman, Park Ridge, Cook Co. 

Iowa. Iowa Congregational Home Missionary Society; Rev. T. O. Douglass, 
Grinnell, J. H. Merrill, Des Moines. 

Maine. Maine Congregational Charitable Society; Prof. F. B. Denio, Rev. J. E. 
Adams, Bangor. 

Massachusetts. The Board of Ministerial Aid; Rev. Morton Dexter, A. G. 
Stan wood, Boston. 

Michigan. Congregational Association of Michigan, Department of Ministerial 
Relief; Rev. W. B. Williams, Charlotte; James Gallup, Grand Rapids. 

Minnesota. Society for the Relief and Support of Aged and Disabled Ministers 
and their Families; Rev. G. R. Merrill, Geo. A. Wheaton, Minneapolis. 

Missourl The Ministerial Relief Committee of the General Association; Rev. 
Albert Bushnell, Saint Joseph. 

New Hampshire. Ministers and Widows' Charitable Fund; Wm. P. Fiske, 
John C. Thome, Concord 

New York. New York Ministers' Fund Society; Rev. C. C. Johnson, East 
Bloomfield, Walter H. Jotmson, Buffalo. 

Ohio. Board of Minibierial Relief of the Congregational Association of Ohio; 
Rev. I. W. Metcalf, Cleveland, W. D. Park, Columbus. 

Rhode Island. Board of Trustees for the Ministerial Fund; Wm. Knight, 
Providence. 

South Dakota. Ministerial Relief Association of South Dakota; Rev. W. B. 
Hubbard, Yankton, H. R. Kibbe, INIitchell. 

Vermont. Fairbanks Fund for Relieving Disabled Ministers; C. F. Thompson, 
Brattleboro. 

Wisconsin. Board of Trust of Ministerial Aid for the Wisconsin General Con- 
vention of Congregational and Presbyterian Churches; Rev. H. A. Miner, Madison. 



1893.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 65 

THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Andover, Mass. 

Opened for service, September 28, 1808. 

FACULTY, 1892-1893. 

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

John P. Gulliver, d. d., Stone Professor of the Relations of Christianity to the 
Secular Sciences. (Assigned to literary work m this department.) 

Egbert C. Symth, 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. Hincks, d. d., Smith Professor of Biblical Theology. 

William H. Ryder, d. d.. Associate Professor of Sacred Literature. 

George F. Moore, d. d. Hitchcock Professor of the Hebrew Language and Litera- 
ture. 

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

Selah Merrill, d. d., ll. d.. Curator of tha Museum. 

LECTURERS, 1892-1893. 

Amory H. Bradford, d. d.. South worth Lecturer on Congregationalism. 
Robert A. Woods, b. a.. Alumni Lecturer on English Social Reformers. 
Charles C. Torrey, ph. d. (Strasburg), Arabic, Syriac; Interjiretatiou of Genesis. 
Prof. George Frese, Musical Director and Instructor. 

Calendar. — The annual period of study is divided into three Sessions by two 
recesses. The next seminary year begins on Wednesday, September 20, 1893, and 
ends June 14, 1891:. Recesses, Dec. 21-Jan. 4; March 22-26; vacation, June 14:- 
Sept. 19. 

Course of Study. — This is arranged so as to secure continuity and progress. 
The Junior Year is devoted to Hebrew, N. T. Greek, Biblical Exegesis and His- 
tory, Fundamental Theology; the Middle, chiefly to Biblical and Systematic 
Theology; the Senior, mainly to Sacred Rhetoric, Pastoral Theology, History of 
Christian Life and Doctrine. Instruction in Elocution (lectures and exercises in 
vocal culture) is continued through the course, In each year time is reserved 
for elective work. The elective courses for 189.3-4 are: O. T. Theology, N. T. Intro- 
duction, Exegesis, Philosophy of Religion, Biblical History, additional Hebrew, 
Sociology. Optionals in Arabic, Aramaic, Egyptology or Assyriology, Greek, Ger- 
man, Philosophy, Vocal Music. 

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. Six scholarships ($200 each) are avail- 
able for members of this class. 

Library and Museum. —The Library now numbers more than 49,000 volumes, is 
constantly increased, and is open every week-day for tlie 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 collection, recently 
greatly increased, of Palestinian flowers, birds, animals, reptiles, insects, domestic 
utensils, weapons, coins, rolls, inscriptions, etc., constituting a remarkably large 
and rich biblical museum in which may be seen a multitude of objects referred to in 
the Bible. 

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 
various conditions of church work, and 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, Studies (Prescribed, 
Elective, Optional), Lectureships, Honorary Scholarships, Pastoral Scholarships 
for Evangelistic work (Juniors), the Winkley and Seminary Fellowships (CGOO 
each). Expenses and Pecuniary Aid, see Catalogue, which maybe obtained by appli- 
cation to the President of the Faculty. 



66 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

BANGOR THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Bangor, Me. 
Opened, October, 1816. 



Rev. Levi L. Paine, Waldo Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 
Rev. John t.^. Sewall, Fogg Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Oratory, and Lec- 
turer on Pastoral Theology. 
Rev. Charles J. H. Ropes, Hayes Professor of New Testament Language and 

Literature. 
Rev. Francis B. Denio, Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature. 
Rev. Clarence A. Beckwith, Buck Professor of Christian Theology, and Lec- 
turer on Church Polity. 
Mr. Robert A. Woods, Bond Lecturer for 1893. 

Two special courses in Sociology also are given during the current year. 

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 sufHcient, 
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 Stvdy . — Junior Year, Hebrew Grammar, Principles of Interpreta- 
tion, Exegesis of the Greek and Hebrew Scriptures; Lectures on History of the 
Religion of Israel, and on New Testament Introduction; New Testament Greek; 
Introductory Philo.sophy, with text-books and lectures; Essays, and Lectures on 
Style and English Literature. 

Middle Tear. — Systematic Theology; Ancient Church History; Old Testament 
Exegesis; New Testament Criticism; Vocal Culture and Oratory. 

Senior I'ea?-. — Medieval and Modern Church History; Homiletics; Pastoral 
Theology and Church Polity; Sociology; Old Testament Theology and Criticism; 
New Testament Theology. 

Special Instruction in New Testament Greek. —The demands of the churches 
for pastors have been greater than could be supplied with men of collegiate educa- 
tion. The Seminary has therefore admitted students who are well qualified in other 
respects, but have no classical training. They are usually persons who, by reason of 
age or other circttmstances, cannot wisely be counselled to delay longer their theo- 
logical studies. With reference to this class, special preparation in New Testament 
Greek has been provided. 

Preaching. — As it is believed to be conducive to the best professional training to 
combine practice with theory, and as special facilities are afforded in the compara- 
tively destitute missionary fields in the immediate neighborhood of the Seminary, 
students are allowed to exercise their gifts in holding meetings and in pivaching as 
opportunities may offer, under the express approbation of the Faculty, it being pro- 
vided that the prescribed exercises of tlie Seminary are not neglected. This privi- 
lege is enlarged after licensure at the close of the Middle Year. 

Post-graduate Scholarships. — Three scholarships have been recently estab- 
lished for graduates of this Seminary. Two are in Bowdoin Collegt^, and are for the 
purpose of aiding students who, after graduating from the Seminary, desire to take a 
post-graduate year in the College. The third is for the benefit of any student who 
wishes to take a fourth jear of study in the Seminary. 

Expenses. — There is no charge for tuition, rooms, fttrniture, 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. 

Library. —The Seminary has an excellent library, numbering eighteen 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. 

Anniversary occurs on Wednesday, .June 7, 1893. 

The next seminary year will open on Thursday, Sept. 21, 1893. 

For Catalogues or for admission, address 

FRANCIS B. DENIO, Secretarrj. 



1893.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 67 

PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Oakland, Cal. 
Opened for service, June, 1869. 

FACULTY. 

George Mooar, d. d., Coleman Professor of Apologetics and the Relations of 
Christianity and Science. 

Wallace Williams Lovejoy, m. d., d. d., Professor of Old Testament Lan- 
guages and Literature. 

Frank Hugh Foster, ph. d., Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology. 
Lecturer on History of Doctrine. 

Charles S. Nash, a. m., Mary A. Crocker Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral 
Theology. 

Rhys Rees Lloyd, a. m., b. d.. Acting Professor on the Frederick Billings Founda- 
tion for New Testament Greek and Exegesis. 

Two Courses of Study are provided, a Classical and an English, of which the 
former is already in full operation. The Classical Course is as follows: — 

First Fea?-.— Theological Encyclopaedia, Elements of Hebrew, the Gospels in 
Greek, Apologetics, Homiletics, Church History, Physical and Vocal Culture, and 
Elocution. 

^Second Year. — Hebrew (Messianic Prophecy), the Epistles in Greek, Church His- 
tory, Systematic Theology, Homiletics, and Elocution. 

third Tea?'. — Hebrew Exegesis, the Epistles in Greek, Church History, History 
of Doctrine, Homiletics, Pastoral Theology, Liturgies, Elocution, and the Delivery 
of Sermons. 

The English Course will follow the Classical, substituting, however, English for 
Hebrew and Greek Bible study. 

Terms of Admission. — The Seminary is open to students of every Christian 
denomination. Applicants should present certificates of membership in some 
church, and evidences of such literary and scientific attainments, and of such char- 
acter, as make it probable that they can worthily pursue the studies. The normal 
preparation for the Classical Course is a full collegiate education. Those who have 
not college diplomas should furnish testimony that they have attained equivalent 
culture and discipline. This would involve knowledge at the least of the Greek 
language, of Psychology, English Literature and Composition, History and some 
branch of the Physical Sciences. Such applicants as have not received the normal 
preparation are received on probation. 

The normal preparation for the English course is graduation from some literary 
or scientific institution of collegiate rank. But similar equivalents will be favorably 
considered, especially in the case of persons of mature years, who have acquired in 
practical life knowledge of men, and have shown aptness for Christian teaching and 
service. 

The special courses are intended for those who wish to supplement previous stud- 
ies, or to pursue particular topics of investigation, or who would fit themselves for 
Sunday School, Young Men's and Young Women's Christian Association, or mis- 
sionary service, at home or abroad. 

All the courses of study are open to women as well as to men. 

Expenses and Pecuniary Aid. — No charge is made for tuition, rent of rooms, 
or use of furniture or of library. The student furnishes his own fuel and light. For 
incidental expenses every student is expected to pay S5 each semester in advance, 
and those occupying rooms in the building twenty-five cents each per week for care 
of rooms. Board may be had at the Refectory at from .S3.50 to $i a week. 

Help is granted from scholarships and from the American Education Society, as 
may be necessary, up to the ordinary limit of S175. It is expected that systematic 
arrangements will be more fully made, in connection with the Church Extension 
Society of San Francisco and vicinity, by which students may be employed in church 
and city missionary work, and so receive a part or the wholeof the Seminary pecuniary 
aid as a cotnx)ensation for present service, as well as in preparation for the future. 

Facilities. — A carefully selected and constantly increasing library (now num- 
bering about six thousand volumes) is accessible to all students. No happier situation 
is known than that occupied by this Seminary. The climate is unequalled for stimu- 
lating qualities, for mildness, and for general fineness. It is favorable to study 
every month in the year. The location of the institution in the midst of the great 
metropolitan complex of San Francisco and its surrounding cities, its proximity to 
the University of California, its high standards, its organic association with the 
aggressive work of the Congregational churches of the vicinity and of the State, its 
affiliation with the Congregational ecclesiastical organizations of all the Pacific 
States, its missionary history, and the emphasis it lays upon the spiritual and prac- 
tical, constitute its especial claims upon the attention of candidates for the ministry. 

The Next Year begins Sept. 5, 1893. Address the Secretary, Prof. C. S. Nash. 



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1893.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 69 

CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Chicago, III. 
Opened for Instruction, October, 1858. 

FACULTY. 

Franklin W. Fisk, d. d., ll. d.. President, and "Wisconsin Professor of Sacred 

Rhetoric. 
George N. Boardman, d. d., ll. 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. George H. Gilbert, ph. d., Iowa Professor of New Testament Literature 

and Interpretation. 
Rev. Graham Taylor, d. d., Professor of Christian Sociology. 
Rev. Edward T. Harper, ph. d., Associate^Professor in the Old Testament Depart- 
ment. 
Prof. J. R. J. Anthony, Instructor in Elocution. 

Rev. John E. Hermann, ph. d.. Instructor in the German Department. 
Rev. Moritz E. Eversz, d. d., Lecturer on Pastoral Theology in the German 

Department. 
Rev. Carl A. Paeth, Lecturer on Homiletics in the German Department. 
Rev. R. A. Jernberg, b. d., Instructor in the Dano-Norwegian Department. 
Rev. Otto C. Grauer, Instructor in the Dano-Norwegian Department. 
Rev. Fridolf Risberg, lustructor in the Swedish Department. 
Rev. Magnus E. Peterson, Instructor in the Swedish Department. 
Rev. M. W. Montgomery, b. d.. Instructor In English in the Scandinavian De- 
partment. 
Rev. Charles T. Wyckoff, b. d., Instructor in Sacred Music. 

Admission. — The Seminary is open to students of all denominations. Candidates 
for admission to the degree course must have received a collegiate education, or an 
equivalent preparation. Students from other seminaries may be admitted by cer- 
tificate. 

Terms and VaCxVtions. — The next term will begin Nov. 1, 1893, and continue 
till May. when there will be a vacation of five months, for private study and remun- 
erative Christian work. 

Situation. — The Seminary Buildings front Union Park. The location is quiet, 
but the centre of the city may be reached in fifteen minutes. 

Course of Study. — The Course of Study covers three years; the lectures are 
prescribed and elective. Each student is required to take fifteen lecture hours a 
week, twelve prescribed and three elective. The Diploma Course differs from the 
Degree Course only in putting study of the English Bible in place of that of the 
Hebrew and Greek Scriptures. 

The German and the Scandinavian Departments. — Students in these 
departments take the degree or diploma 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 Scan- 
dinavian fellow-citizens. 

Examinations. — In each year there are two public examinations, oral and written, 
of all the classes. 

The Alumni Institute will be held in anniversary week, April 18. 

Hammond Library.— This contains the General and the Reference Library 
with over 13,000 volumes, and the Reading-room. Both of the latter are;furnished 
with the best helps for students, and are open daily. The students have easy access, 
also, to the public libraries of Chicago, some of which are among the best endowed 
in the country. 

Expenses. — No charges are made for instruction, or for the use of Hammond 
Library. Furnished rooms are assigned to new students, by the treasurer, in the order 
of application. The following charges are made for the occupancy of rooms in the 
Seminary buildings: .51.00 a week for rooms occupied by two students; S1.25 for 
rooms alone. Good board can be had in private families in the neighborhood of 
the Seminary for .'52.50 or $3.00 a week. 

Pecuniary Aid.— From the American Education Society,- to men in the Degree 
Course, $75 a year. Additional aid will be furnished to students desiring it, and 
fitted for such service, in return for service in city mission work. This supplemental 
aid is $100 and §125 a year, or 8175 and S200 in all. according to the grade of work. 
Students in the Diploma Course get for such service $100 the first year, and $150 in 
the second and third years, from all sources. The aid to students in the Foreign 
Departments of the first year is given only in the second half of the year to those 
who pass the Christmas examination. 

For farther information apply to Prof. H. M. Scott, 520 W. Adams Street, or Mr. 
H. W. Chester, 81 Asliland Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 



1893.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 71 



HARTFORD THEOLOGICAL SEMINAEY, Hartford, Ct. 
Founded 1834. 



Chester D. Hartranft, d. d., President, Professor of Biblical Theology, and 
Instructor in Encyclopa>dia and Methodology. 

"SValdo S. Pratt, a. m.. Professor of Ecclesiastical Music and Hymnology, Instruc- 
tor in Elocution, and Registrar. 

Melancthon W. Jacobus, a. m., Hosmer Professor of New Testament Exegesis. 

WiLLisTON Walker, Ph. d., "Waldo Professor of Germanic and Western Church 
History. 

Charles M. INIead, Ph. d., d. d., Riley Professor of Christian Theology. 

Edwin K. Mitchell, a. m.. Professor of Grreco-Roman and Eastern Church His- 
tory. 

Clark S. Beardslee, a. m., Professor of Biblical Dogmatics and Ethics. 

Alexander R. Merriam, a. b., Samuel Hawes Professor of Practical Theology 
and Christian Sociology. 

Arthur L. Gillett, a. m., Associate Professor of Apologetics. 

Alfred T. Perry, a. m., Librarian, and Associate Professor of Bibliologj'. 

Lewis B. Paton, a. m., Instructor in Old Testament Exegesis and Criticism and in 
A,«.syrian and Cognate Languages. 

Duncan B. Macdonald, b. d., Instructor in Semitic Languages. 

Edward E. Nourse, Instructor in New Testament Canonicity and Textual Criti- 
cism. 

Augustus C. Thompson, d. d., Lecturer on Foreign Missions. 

Austin B. Bassett, b. d.. Lecturer on Experiential Theology. 

J. AspiNWALL Hodge, d. d., Lecturer on Presbyterian Polity. 

Maurice Thompson, Carew Lecturer for 1892-93. Subject : The Ethics of Literary 
Art. 

Course of Study. The plan of instruction aims (1) to establish sound methods 
of investigating the Scriptures, (2) to train the power of formulating Scriptural truth, 
and (3) to apply that truth in the study of history and experience, of philosophy, 
and of practical endeavor, — God's thought being recognized as the supreme object 
of all science, and His will the supreme guide of conduct. 

Instruction is carried on partly through text-books, partly by lectures, and 
partly through original investigation by the student. Emphasis is laid upon a close 
personal relation between instructor and pupil. About two thirds of the course is 
prescribed, and one third is to be selected from a large list of electives, offered in all 
the departments. Special efforts are made to explain the interrelations of the nu- 
merous subjects properly belonging under the head of theological science, and to af- 
ford the opportunity of prosecuting study in any one of them. In each department the 
purpose is to use only the most recent and most scientific methods. In the field of 
pastoral discipline extensive work is expected in preaching, in every variety of evan- 
gelistic and charitable organization, and in personal religious effort. Sy.stematic in- 
struction is given in singing and in elocution. Optional instruction is provided in 
reading German. Special and advanced courses are open to those who desire them. 
Two fellowships (each for two years) for foreign study and four prizes are offered. 

The Apparatus includes a rapidly increasing library of over 60,000 volumes, con- 
taining several unique special collection.**, to which students have access day and 
evening, large reading-room, gymnasium, music-room, etc. 

Terms of Admission. — Candidates for admission must be members of some 
Christian Church and graduates of some college. Those who are not college grad- 
uates may, after examination, be admitted on probation during the first semester. 

All courses are open to women on the same terms as to men. 

Expenses.— No charge is made for tuition, rooms, furniture and bedding, or use 
of the library and apparatus, except a nominal fee of $20 for use of steam and super- 
vision. Board is provided at the Seminary under the care of the Students' Asso- 
ciation, at .S3..j0 per week. 

Scholarship aid is provided for those needing it to the amount of S60 to SlOO per 
year, in addition to the grant of .?75 from the Education Society. 

Calendar.— Tlie sixtieth year begins on October 4, 189.3, and closes on June 7, 
1894. The various courses are arranged in three terms. Examinations are held at 
the close of each subject or principal topic. 

For the Annual Register, address either the President or the Registrar. 



1893.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 73 

OBERLIN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 

Oberlin, Ohio. 

Opened for service in 1835. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. William G. Ballantine, d. d.,ll. d., President. 

Rev. James H. Fairchild, d. d., Finney Professor of Theology. 

Rev. G. Frederick Wright, d.d., ll. d., Professor of the Relations of Science and 

Religion. 
Rev. Albert H. Currier, d. d., Holbrook Professor of Homiletics and Practical 

Theology. 
Rev. Edward I. Bosvtorth, a. m., b. d.. Professor of New Testament Language 

and Literature. 
Rev. O. H. Gates, ph. d.. Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature. 

Professor of Church History. 
Rev. John Leadingham, a. m., b. d., Principal of the Slavic Department, and 

Instructor in N. T. Greek. 
Rev. J. M. P. Metcalf, a. m., b. d., Professor of the English Bible. 
Rev. Louis F. Miskovsky, a. m., b. d., Instructor in Slavic Languages. 
Rev. John F. Berry, b. a., b. d., Instructor in Church History. 
Rev, A. Hastings Ross, d. d.. Lecturer on Church Polity. 

Oberlin Theological Seminary is open to students of all denominations. Students 
of the Seminary are permitted to attend classes in the Conservatory of Music, the 
College, and the Academy, without charge. Upon those who comfilete the three 
years' Classical Course, the Academic Degree of Bachelor of Divinity (b. d.) is 
conferred. 

Classical Course. — This has been greatly enlarged and rearranged on the elec- 
tive system. Candidates for a degree are required to have completed work amount- 
ing to 1,280 hours of lectures and recitations. Of this work 582 hours are required, 
including courses in Greek New Testament, Natural and Revealed Theology, 
Church History, Homiletics, Relations of Science and Religion, and Modern 
Scepticism. 

In addition, 1,500 hours of elective work are offered, of which the student must 
elect at least 698 hours. The elective courses include Hebrew and Old Testament 
Exegesis, Old Testament Introduction and Theology, Assyrian, Syriac,_ Arabic, 
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, 304 hours Exegesis of 
the English Bible, Special Lectures, and the full course of Systematic and Practical 
Theology. 

Slavic Department. — The object of this department is to train up pastors for 
the Slavic Immigrants now in this country. It is in charge of a principal, an Ameri- 
can, and a Bohemian-American Instructor. The course of study varies to suit the 
circumstances of individuals, and culminates in the regular English or Classical 
course of the Seminary. 

Spear Library contains nearly thirty thousand volumes. 

Council Hall, the building devoted exclusively to the Department of Theology 
provides fully furnished rooms for fifty students. "No expense is incurred for instruc- 
tion, or for the use of the library. The price of board is from $2.00 to S2.50 per 
week, or from $64 to $96 for the thirty-two weeks of the theological year. Expenses 
for heating the rooms and for incidentals are §30 annually, but the entire necessary 
expenses of the year — not including clothing, travelling expenses, and books — need 
not exceed SlOO. 

Help is granted from scholarship funds contributed by friends of the Seminary 
and from the American Education Society. The amount ordinarily received from 
both these sources is $150. 

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. Manj vacant pulpits in the vicinity are supplied by theological students, 
and compensation is rendered. During the summer vacation of four months, all 
may supply vacant pulpits in home-missionary and other fields; and such opportu- 
nities are abundant. 

The year of study consists of thirty weeks in two half years. The next year be- 
gins Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1893. For further information apply to Prof. E. I. Bosworth. 



1893.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 75 

DIVINITY SCHOOL OF YALE UNIVERSITY, New Haven, Conn. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Timothy Dwight, d. d., ll. d., President. 

George E. Day, d. d., Dean of the Theological Faculty. 

Samuel Harris, d. d., ll. d., Professor of Systematic Theolof/y. 

Oeorge p. Fisher, t>.t>., j,z,. n., Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 

Lewis O. Brastow, d. d.. Professor of Homiletics and the Pastoral Charge. 

Edward L. Curtis, ph. d., d. d., Professor of the Hebrew Language and Litera- 
ture. 

George B. Stevens, ph. d., d. d.. Professor of New Testament Criticism and Inter- 
pretation. 

Frank C. Porter, ph. d., b. d., Professor of Biblical Theoloc/y. 

•Arthur Fairbanks, ph. d.. Lecturer on Social Ethics and the Philosophy of Pel i- 
gion. 

Samuel S. Curry, b. d., ph. d.. Instructor in Elocution. 

Gustave J. Stoeckel, mus. d. (University Professor of Music), Instructor in Vocal 
Music. 

SPECLiL lecturers. 

Rev. Henry Van Dyke, d. d., of New York, Lyman Beecher Lecturer. 

Prof. A V. G. Allen, d. d., of Cambridge, Mass. 

Bev. Edward B. Coe, d. d., of New York. 

Rev. Simon J. McPherson, d. d., of Chicago. 

Prof. Leonard J. Sanford, m. d., of New Haveu, o>t 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 
tliree-years course of study, the degree of b. d. They have access to the public col- 
lect ons of the University, such as the Library, the Peabody Museum, and the collec- 
tion of paintings and statuary in the School of Fine Arts. They are permitted to 
attend free of expense, so far as will not contlict 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 Exege- 
sis of the Greek New Testament; the second year to Systematic Theology. Church 
History, Old Testament Biblical Theology, and Church Polity; the third year to 
Sacred Rhetoric, the History of Christian Doctrine, New Testament Biblical The- 
ology, and Social Ethics. 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 in German, Syriac, Chal- 
dee, Arabic, and Assyrian. Once a week there is a Rhetorical Exercise for all the 
classes. Instruction in Vocal Culture and Elocution, and also in Sacred ISIusic, if 
desired, is continued through the entire course. 

Graduate or Fourth-Year Class. — Students of approved scholarship who 
have completed a three-years course of theological study, here or elsewhere, are 
admitted to the Graduate Class, in which advanced studies in Theology are iiursued 
under the direction of the Professors. 

The Libraries of the University, to which students have access, Including the 
Reference Library of the Divinity School, contain more than 200,000 volumes. 

The Graduate Fellowship,' for the encouragement of further theological study 
in this country or abroad, the income of which is .SSOO for one year after graduation, 
is offered to the class entering iu September, 1893. 

• 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 
of the session are for board, S3.00 to .SI 00 a week; fuel and light, ^2') to $!30; and 
$15 a year for care of room and incidental expen.ses. 

Scholarship Funds and other Aids. — Students whose circumstances require 
it are aided to the amount of SlOO a year, from the income of scholarship funds. 
Additional aid to the amount of C^To is offered by the American Education Society 
to its beneficiaries. 

Commencement of the Term. —The next term of study will begin on Thurs- 
day, Sept. 28, ISito, and continue until the third Wednesday in May (anniversary), 
when the vacation of four months, in which the students have the opportunity to 
engage in some form of remunerative labor, will commence. 

Application for Admission. — The Seminary is open on etjual terms to students 
of all Christian denominations. Applications for admission, or for the annual Cata- 
logue containing further information, may be made to Prof. George B. Stevens, 
New Haven, Conn., or to any of the other Professors. 



76 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



STUDENTS. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCBS. 



'College and Tear 
of Graduating. 



t Seminary and 

Class. 



Abe, Iso, Fukuoka, Japan. 
Abrahamson, Abraham, Hartford, Ct. 
Adadourian, Haig, Adana, Turkey. 
Adalian, Garabed Haratune. Marash. Turkey. 
Adams, Emma Caroline, Hartford, Ct. 
Adams, George Irving, Westboro, Mass. 
Adams, James Robert, Toronto, Canada. 
Adams, Myron Winslow, Atlanta, Qa. 
Akeson, Ludwig, Spokane, Wn. 
Albrecht, Max Carl Ferdinand, Runow, Ger. 
Alden, West, Kidder, Mo. 
Alexander, Arthur Percival, Oakland, Cal. 
Allen, Eugene, Vernon, Bar Harbor, Me. 
Allen, Herbert Marsena, Harpoot, Turkey. 
AUender, John, New Haven, Ct. 
Anderson, Albiu Alfred, San Francisco, Cal. 
Anderson, Andrew Emil, Falconer, N. Y. 
Anderson, Aron, Des Moines, To. 
Andreasen, Matthias N., Norre Sandby, Den. 
Andrewsen, Severt Martin, Morganville, Kan. 
Andrewson, Andrew John, ^Nlorganville, Kan. 
Aprahamian, Sarkis Apou, Aintab, Turkey. 
Arbuckle, William Perry, New Haven, Ct. 
Armstrong, Albert, Oberlin, O. 
Armstrong, Arthur Henry, Chicago, 111. 
Armstrong, John Rudolph, San Francisco. Cal. 
Aruett, Samuel George, Garden Prairie, 111. 
Arter, .Tared Maurice, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. 
Asadourian, Avedis Martin, Oarfh, Turkey. 
Atcheson, William Henry, St. David's, Ont, 
Ayer, Edward Perkins, Brookfield, ]\Iass. 
Bacon, William Augustus, Medford, Mass. 
Bailey, Gurdon, Franklin, Groton, Ct. 
Baker, Ernest Lester. Enfield, N. H. 
Ballon, Henry Lincoln, Saxton's River, Vt. 
Barker, Franklin Whitehead, De Bee, N. B. 
Barker, Otis Webb, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Barker, Thomas, Gratiot, AVis. 
Bartlett, Ernest Clark, Woburn, Mass. 
Bartlett, Samuel Colcord, Jr., Hanover, N. H. 
Bassett, Franklin Harley, Osaka, .Japan. 
Bates, Newton Whitmarsh, Florence, Ala. 
Bauman, Gustav, Lansing, lo. 
Beard, Stanley Benton, Oberlin, O. 
Beard, Willard Livingston, Birmingham, Ct. 
Beattie, George Wallace, San Francisco, Cal. 
Bell, Thomas Jefferson, Altamaha, Ga. 
Berle, Theodore Protas, St. Louis, ]Mo. 
Berry, George Robin, Y'ankton, S. D. 
Berry, .John Faris, Hudson, O. 
Berry, Louis Fletcher, Cambridge, Mass. 
Biddle, Eli George, New Haven, Ct. 



Doshisha, 1884 

Cen. Turkey, 1889 
Central Turkey, 

Yale, 1891 

McGill Univ. — 
Dartmouth, 1881 



Drury, — 

Williams, 1888 



Cen. Turkey, — 
Oberlin, 1885 

Oberlin, — 

Beloit, 1889 



Hillsdale, U 



I Amherst, — 

i Dartmouth, 1890 

Yale, 1891 

1 Bates, — 

I Amherst, — 

i Amherst, 1884 

, Galena, — 

i Williams, 1892 

1 Dartmouth, 1887 

Minn. Univ. 1887 

Oberlin, 1892 



Oberlin, 1891 

Pacific U. — 

Atlanta U. 1891 

Oberlin, 1890 



Adelbert, 



1888 
189-2 



Sen. 

Sp. 

Jun. 

Mid. 

Grad. 



Hartford, Mid 
Chicago.S'io. Jun 
Hartford, Sen 
Andover, 
Hartford, 
Andover, 
Chicago, 
Hartford, 
Chicago, 6'w.Mid. 
Chicago, Gr.Jnn. 
Chicago, Sen, 
Pacific,Eng. Jun. 
Bangor, .Jun. 
Bangor, Sen. 

Yale, R L. 

Chicago, S'lw.Mid 
Chicago, 5'w. Jun. 
Chicago, iSi'j.Mid 
Chicago, Z).iV^. Sn. 
Chicago,Z).iV^. Sn. 
Chicago, Z>. A''. Ju. 
Bangor, Mid. 
Yale, Grad 

Oberlin, Sen. 

Chicago, Mid. 
Chicago, Sw. Jun. 
Chicago, Sen. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Oberlin, Eng. Sp. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Y^ale, 
Hartford. 
Y'ale, 
Andover, 
Hartford 



Bangor, 
Yale, 



Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
.Tun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 



Chicago, 
Andover, 
Andover, 
Chicago, 
Oberlin, 
Chicago, 
Oberlin, Eng.Md 
Hartford, Mid 
Pacific, .Tun 

Hartford, Mid 
AndoTer, Sen 
Oberlin,Eng.Md 
Oberlin, Fel 

Andover, Mid. 
Yale, R. L 



* 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, but 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. " Grad." means Graduate Class. " Adv." means Ad- 
vanced Class. " Z>. jV.," "Ger.," " S/av.," and " Sic." mean Ikmo-N'orwegian, German, Slavic, 
and Swedish Departments, in Chicago and Oberlin. 



1893.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



77 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Billings, Edward Nelson, Slatersville, R. I. 
Binder, George Julius, Oakland, Cal. 
Bing, Niels Julius, Kanders, Denmark. 
Bixhy, William Sumner, Tacoma. ^Yn. 
Bixler, Cassius Edward, Eshcol, Pa. 
Bjorklund, Ernst Victor, "Worcester, Mass. 
Bjuge, CarlBergtlior, Cliristiania, Norway. 
Blancliard,EdgarFranklin,W.Farmington,Me 
Blanchard, Edwin Davidson, Hudson, N. H. 
Blish, "William Henry, Kewanee, 111. 
Bliss, George Colton, Longmeadow, Mass. 
Block, John, Lincoln, Neb. 
Blom, Henry, Enterprise, Kau. 
Bole. Andrew Symington, "Waterbury, Ct. 
Boud, James, Williamsburg, Ky. 
Boothby, Clayton Deering, Portland, Me. 
Boroughf, Wesley Alfred, Streator. 111. 
Bourne, Alexander Phceuix, New York, N. Y. 
Bower, William George, Sebastopol, Cal. 
Boyer, Virgil Olinthus, Canton, O. 
Breck, Charles Albert, Somerville, Mass. 
Breed, Merle Amos, Ann Harbor, Mich. 
Brewer, Frank Sherman, Ashton, 111. 
Briggs, Walter Abel, Olivet, Mich. 
Bromer, Edward Shepard, Schwenkville, Pa. 
Brooks, Hans Anton, Maple Valley, Wis. 
Brooks, Raymond Cummiugs, Tabor, lo. 
Brotherton, Howard, Allendale, Mich. 
Brown, Carleton Fairchild, Minneapolis, Min. 
Brown, John Henry, Oakland, Cal. 
Brown, Richard, Hazel Green, Wis. 
Brown, Victor Frank, Dubuque, lo. 
Brown, William Thurston, Somerville, Ct. 
Bugge, John Pedersen, Romsdalen, Norway. 
Burgess, Hubert F., Alameda, Cal. 
Burkholder, Abraham Hess, Sterling, 111. 
Burling, James Perkins, Eldora, lo. 
Burrell, Arthur Sumner, Wellesley, Mass. 
Bury, Reginald Victor, Dublin, Ireland. 
Cady, George Luther, Hersey, Mich. 
Camp, Edward C, Springfield, Mass. 
•Campbell, John Charles, Oak Park, 111. [lo. 
Campbell, Wm. Allen Kinkead, Morning Sun, 
Carleton, Herbert Edward, Hartford, Ct. 
Carter, Fernando E., Hillsdale, Mich. 
Cartledge, Henry, Abington, Ct. 
Case, Bert Francis, Granby, Ct. 
Cathcart, Samuel Mcintosh, Northfield, ]SIass. 
Chambers, Richard Franklin, Ottumwa, lo. 
Chatley, Mitchel Edward, New Galilee, Pa. 
Cheney, Benjamin Royal, Janesville, Wis. 
Childs, William, Rosedale, Mich. 
Christiansen, AndrewChrist'n, Jetsmark, Den. 
Clark, Charles, E. Hubbardston, Mass. 
Cleaves, Charles Poole, Yarmouth, Me. 
Coate, Robert Manaleus, Morenci, Mich. 
■Cochran, William, Chicago, 111. 
Coif man, Albert C, De Graff, O. 
Cokely, Benjamin Franklin, Dayton, 0. 
Colby, John Stark. Lowell, Mass. 
•Cole, John Abraham, Hillsdale, Mich. 
Cone, James William, Chesterfield, Eng. 
Conley, Isaiah Barbour, Tremont. Me. 
■Cooley, Canfield Teall, Galena, Kan. 
Copeland, Lawrence, Ukiah, Cal. 
•Corwin, Carl Henry, Chelsea, Vt. 
Corwin, Lutie Rebecca, Cleveland, O. 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Amherst, 



Hartford, Jun. 
Pacific, Eng. Jun. 
Chicago, D.N. M. 



Iowa, 


1891 


Chicago, 3Iid. 


New Jersey, 


1892 


Chicago, Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 6'w.Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Z>.iV.Sn. 


Bates, 


1888 


Yale, Sen. 


Dartmouth, 


1890 


Andover. Sen. 


Olivet, 


1892 1 Chicago, Jun. 


Oberlin, 


— 


Andover, Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago,6'H». Jun. 


— 





Bangor, Jun. 
Oberlin, Jun. 


Berea, 


1892 


— 





Bangor, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. 


Brown U. 


1890 


Andover, Mid. 


— 


— 


Pacific, Mid. 








Oberlin, Mid. 


Amherst, 


1888 


Andover, Mid. 


Michigan U 


.1884 


Oberlin, Sen. 


Beloit, 


1891 


Hartford, Mid. 


Olivet, 


1892 


Chicago, Jun. 


Ursinus, 


1890 


Yale, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago,Z».iV. Ju. 


Tabor, 


1891 


Yale, Mid. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 


Carlton, 


1891 


Andover, Sen. 




— 


Pacific, Sp. 


Northwestern U. 


Chicago, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sen. 


Yale, 


1890 


Yale, Jun. 


Carlton, 


1888 


Chicago, Mid. 


— 


— 


Pacific, Grad. 


Illinois Nor 


1 1886 


Chicago, JuM. 


Harvard, 


1891 


Chicago, Sen. 


Tabor, 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Mid. 


— 


— 


Yale, Sen. 


Olivet, 


1890 


Chicago, Jun. 


Amherst, 


1889 


Andover, Mid. 


Williams, 


1892 


Andover, Jun. 


Northwestern U. 


Chicago, Jun. 


Carlton, 


1891 


Hartford, Mid. 


Hillsdale, 




Chicago, Sen. 


— 


— 


Yale, Mid. 


Yale, 


1890 


Yale, Sen. 








Yale, Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Jun. 


Bethany, 


1892 


Oberlin, Sen. 


Beloit, 


1891 


Oberlin, Juu. 


— 


— 


01>erlin,Eng. Ju. 








Chicago,DiVMid. 


Boston Univ. — 


Andover, Mid. 


1 — 


— 


Bangor, Sen. 


— 


— 


Oberlin,Eng.Md. 


1 — 


— 


Chicago, Jun. 








Oberlin, Eng. Su. 


Western U. 


1889. 


Yale, Grad. 


— 


— ■ 


Andover, Mid. 


Hillsdale, 


1892 


Chicago, Jun. 


— 


— 


Oberlia,Eng.Md. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Juu. 








Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 


— 


— 


Pacific, Eng.Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1887 


Chicago. Jun. 


- 


— 


1 Hartford, Sen. 



7« 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



NAMES AND BKSIDBNOES. 



Crawford, Oliver Clark, Middletowii, N. Y. 
Crofts, Daniel "Webster, West Point, O. 
Curtis, John Springer, Garland, Me. 
Cushuian. Charles Eben, Grinnell, lo. 
Cutler, Walter Adams, Jamaica, Vt. 
Dahl, Ole Martin, Boston, Mass. 
Dalton, John Jesse, Rogers, Ark. 
Danielson, Carl August, Sioux City, lo. 
Davidson, James Alexander, Hamilton, Ont. 
Davidson, Marv Helen, Brookings, S. D. 
Davies, Arthur Robert, S. Cambridge, N. Y. 
Davies, Samuel, Penboyt, South Wales. 
Davis, Albert Putuam, Hyde Park, Mass. 
Davis, Boothe Col well, Janelew, W. Va. 
Davis. Ozora Stearns, Hartford, Vt. 
Day, William Horace, Ottawa, Dl. 
Dean, Edwin Blanchard, Omaha, Neb. 
Denison, John Hopkins, Williamstown, Mass. 
Denisou, Robert Charles, St. Louis, ISIo. 
Dettmers, Karl, Haraelu, Germany. 
Dibble, William Leggett, Brookings, S. D. 
Dickerman, Josiah Pope, Foxboro, Mass. 
Dickey, Fred JNIorse, Bangor, Me. 
Dickson, John Wesley. Columbus, O. 
Dingwell, James Davidson, Bay Fortune, P.E.I. 
Disuer, George William, E. Oakland, Cal. 
Doane, Frank Butler, Hawley, Mass. 
Donaldson, Frederick August, Cleveland, O. 
Dorn, William Hugh, Lichtenau, Germany. 
Dornau, William Watt, Somerville, Mass. 
Douglass, Harlan Paul, Grinnell, lo. 
Drew, Charles Edward, Grinnell, lo. 
Drew, Ephraim Sylvester, Hodgdon, Me. 
Drumm. John, Union City, Mich. 
Dunnach, Henry Ernest, Boston, Mass. 
Dvorak, John, Silver Lake, Minn. 
Fames, Charles Ovid, Becket, Mass. 
Eggan, Mons Johnsen, Escanaba, Mich. 
Egglestou, Julius Wilbur. Waterbury, Ct. 
Ekstrom, John Edward, Pueblo, Col. 
Eldred. John Wesley, Curtis. N. Y. 
Ellis, Egbert Smvth, Portland, Me. 
Ellsworth, Fred Keith, Brockton, Mass. 
Englund, Carl Eric, Thornton, Kan. 
Estabrook, William Alexander, W.Dover, Vt. 
Evans, Evan, Cincinnati, O. 
Evans, Evor, Kingston, Pa. 
Evans, George Spittell, London, Eng. 
Evans, John Edward, Sharon, Wis. 
Evans, John Lewis, Scranton, Pa. 
Evans, Spencer Evan, Shandon, O. 
Evans. William Llewellyn, Denlyn, Wales. 
Evert, Henry Schmiedeman,E.Middleton, Wis. 
Ewing, Charles Edward. Danvers, Mass. 
Ewing, George Henry, Danvers, Mass. 
Excel], William, Mt. Forest, 111. 
Faduma, Orishatukeh, Waterloo, Sierre Leone. 
Fairchild, Edwin Milton, Manhattan, Kan. 
Farnworth, Arthur, Toronto, Canada. 
Fehlandt, August Frederick, Madison, Wis. 
Ferguson. William Duncan, Petherton, Ont. 
Fifield, James William, Oberlin, O. 
Fisher, Charles William, W. Stoughton, Mass. 
Fisher, Jesse Lee, N. Washington, O. 
Flint, Elbert Elijah, Hartford, O. 
Flint, George Henry, Lincoln, Mass. 
Flint, Irving Adams, W. Randolph, Vt. 
Fogg, Charles Grant, Dorchester, Mass. 



College and 


Year 


Seminary and 


of Graduating. 


Class. 


_ 


_ 


Oberlin, Sen. 


Muskinghan 


,1891 


Chicago. Mid. 







Bangor, Sen. 


Iowa, 


1891 


Chicago, Mid. 


Michigan U 


1892 


Chicago, Jun. 





— 


Chicago,!). iV.Ju. 







Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 







Chicago,<bto. Mid. 


Oberlin, 


— 


Oberlin, Jun. 




— 


Oberlin, Eng. Sp. 


Williams, 


1892 


Andover, Jun. 


Carmarthen 


1890 


Yale, Sen. 


Amherst, 


1887 


Yale, Sen . 


Alfred Univ 


1890 


Yale, Sen. 


Dartmouth, 


1889 


Hartford, Mid. 


Amherst, 


1889 


Chicago, Grad. 


Amherst, 


1889 


Chicago, Sen. 


Williams, 


1890 


Andover, Mid. 


Amherst, 


1889 


Andover, Adv. 




— 


Chicago, Ger. Ju. 


Sioux Falls, 


U.'90 


Chicago, Jun. 


Amherst, 


1886 


Chicago, Sen. 








Oberlin, Sp. 


Otterbein U 


,1892 


Yale, Jun. 






Bangor, Jun. 


California, 


— 


Pacific, Sp. 


Amherst, 


1890 


Yale, Sen, 


Oberlin, 


1892 


Andover, Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Ger. Sn, 








Bangor, Mid. 


Iowa, 


1891 


Andover, Mid. 


Western, 


— 


Chicago, Sen. 








Bangor, Sen. 


_ 


— 


Chicago, Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Jun. 








Oberlin, t<lav. 


Williams, 


1888 


Hartford, Jun. 






Chicago, Sw. Sen. 


Wesleyan U 


.1889 


Yale, Grad. 


— 


— 


Chicago,6't«.Mid. 


Oberlin, 


1891 


Oberlin, Mid. 


Williams, 


1890 


Andover, Mid. 



Marietta, 1890 
Colorado, — 

Wheaton, — 

Marietta, 1891 
Carmarthen, — 

Amherst, 1890 
Amherst, 1890 
E.LondonInst.'88 
London U. — 
Oberlin, 1890 

Wis. U., 1891 

Wheaton, 1889 



Oberlin, 1891 

Williams, 1886 



Bangor, Jun. 
Chicago, 6'w.Jun. 

Hartford, Sen. 

Yale, Sen. 

Yale, Jun. 
Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 

Chicago, Sen. 

Yale, Grad. 

Chicago, Jun. 

Yale, Mid. 
Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 

Yale, Sen. 

Yale, Sen. 

Chicago, Mid. 

Yale, Mid. 

Andover, Sen. 
Chicago, 
Yale, 
Oberlin, 
Chicago, 

Bangor, — 
Oberlin, Eng. Ji 

Oberlin, Mid. 

Yale, Sen, 

Bangor, Jun. 

Bangor, Mid. 



Sen. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 



1893.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



79 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Forbes, H^rry Lincoln, Danvers, 111. 
Forehand, Aunie Josephine, Worcester, ISfass. 
Fowler, Henry Thatcher, Poughkeepsie, N. Y 
Fox, Frank, Dodge, Neb. 
Francis, Everett JDwight, W. Hartford. Ct. 
Erasure, Charles Andrew, Sherburne, 111. 
Fredriksen, Ivar, Avalanche, Wis. 
Freuder. Samuel, Davenport, lo. 
Frost, Willard Jerome, Oberlin, O. 
Galloway, Emil Reynolds, San Miguel, Cal. 
Gate.«. Herbert Wright, Chicago, 111. 
Gay, Harry Nelson, Newton, Ma.ss. 
Geer, Curtis Manning, Colchester, Ct. 
Gerrie, William Alfred, Fergus, Ont. 
Gerrish, George iMayo, Wobnrn, Mass. 
Gilman, Burton Smith, Randolph. Vt. 
Gilmore. Wm. Crawford, Granite Falls. Minn. 
Gilson, Hannah Juliette, Milford, N. H. 
Goddard, Dwight. Worcester, Mass. 
Goddard, Henry INIartin, Ludlow, Vt. 
Goldsbury, Royal Sweetser,Minneapolis,Minn. 
Goodrich, Lincoln Baker, Plaintield, N. J. 
Gould, John Sidney, Albuquerque, N. M. 
Graham, Hugh Finley, Earltown, N. S. 
Graham. John J. Glossbrenner, Dayton, O. 
Grant, Frederick liouis, Winsted, Ct. 
Grant, Lathrop Campbell, Charleston, S. C. 
Gray, Frank Belle, Olmstead Falls, O. 
Green, Chester William, Victor, Mich. 
Greene, Edward Percival, Shelburne, N. H. 
Green, George Edmund, Copenhagen, N. Y. 
Greer, James, East Greenwich, R. I. 
Grein, Albert Louis, Buffalo, N. Y. . 
Griffiths, John Thomas, Oberlin, O. 
Hall, George Daniel. Duluth, Minn. 
Hansen, Anders Peter, Chicago, 111. 
Hansen, Charles John, Manistee, Mich. 
Hardy, Owen Eaton, West Farmington, Me. 
Hardy, William Pre.<scott, Oakland, Cal. 
Harrington, Vernon Charles, Middlebury, Vt. 
Harris, Charles Edward, Providence, R. I. 
Harrison, Fosdick Beach, Bethlehem, Ct. 
Harrison. Norman, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Hart, Rollin Eugene, Sherman, N. Y. 
Hartsock, Jacob Lewis. Hagerstown. Md. 
Hartt, Roland Lynde, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Haskin, Spencer Carlyle, Neligh, Neb. 
Hawks, William Gushing, Hartford, Ct. 
Haynes, Charles Stillman, Fitchburg, Mass. 
Hazen, Austin Jr., Richmond, Vt. 
Healey, Sullivan Scott, Austin, 111. 
Heckman, Samuel George, Cincinnati, O. 
Hedberg. Emil Olsen, North Easton, Mass. 
Hegner, Herman Frederick, Decorah, lo. 
Hendrickson, John Matthias, Chicago, 111. 
Hermann. Frederick William, Warsaw, N. Y. 
Herrick, Israel Arthur, Boxford, Mass. 
Higginbotham, Thos. M., Williamsburg, Ky. 
Hill, George Wilson Crockett, Providence, R.I. 
Hill, Jesse, Ebensburg, Pa. 
Hill, Virgil Benedict, Tabor, lo. 
Hinckley, Frank Erastus, Racine, Wis. 
Hindley, William .Jonathan, Granby, Que. 
Hjetland, John Hans, Leona, Kan. 
Hoffman, .John Washington. Noblestowu, Pa. 
Hopkins. William, Leeds, Wis. 
Horine, Stephen Davis, Summerdale, 111. 
Home, John Roberts, Jr., Berlin Falls, N. H. 



Mich. U. — 

Mt. Holyoke, 1891 
Yale, 1890 

Yale, 1 

Hamilton, 1 



1890 
1891 

1887 



Oberlin, 

Amherst, 
Amherst 
Williams, 
McGill Univ 
Tufts, 1891 

Dartmouth, 1891 
Carleton, 1892 
Mt. Holyoke, 1868 
W.Poly'nicL1881 
Middlebury, 1890 
New Jersey, 1891 
Amherst, 1888 
Kan. Agri'ral — 

Otterbein U. 1889 
Harvard, — 

Olivet, 1889 



Bowdoin, 1891 
Dartmouth, 1887 
Middlebury, 1S91 
Yale, 1885 

Amherst, 1890 



J.Hopkins U. — 



Williams, 
Gates, 
Amherst, 
Williams, 
Vermont U. 



1892 
1891 
1885 
1891 

1885 



Cincin. U. 1891 



Chicago. 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 



Sen. 
Jan. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 



Chicago,Z).iV.Mi. 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Pacific, 

Chicago, 

Andover, 

Hartford 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Andover 

Chicago, 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Andover, 

Yale, 



Oberlin, Eng. 

Oberlin, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Bangor, 

Yale, 



Mid. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Eel. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
► Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 



Sen. 
Sen. 
Sp. 
Sen. 
Mid. 



Oberlin, Eng. Ju, 

Chicago, 6't«.Mid. 

Chicago,/). iV.Ju. 

Chicago, Sen. 

Andover, 

Pacific, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Cliicago 



Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 



Oberlin, Eng. Md. 



Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Sp. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 



Brown, 



1892 



1891 
1892 



Tabor, 

Beloit, 

Oberlin, — 

Washburn. — 

Wash. & Jetr. '92 

Wisconsin U.1892 



Yale, 

Anilover, 

Chicago, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, iSw. Mid. 

Chicago, Jun. 

Chicago, Sw. Jnn. 

Chicago, Ger. Ju. 

Andover, Jun. 

Oberlin, Eng.Md. 

Andover, Jun. 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 



Bowdoin, 



1891 



Oberlin, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Andover, 



Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 



80 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Houlding, Horace W., Riverside, Cal. 
House, Alfred Virgil, Crete, Neb. 
Howe, Oliu Raymond, Killingworth, Ct. 
Hughes, Richard Henry, Tanirallt, N. Wales. 
Hulbert, Jay Munsell, Richardson, "Wis. 
Hyde, Albert Marion, New Lyme, O. 
Hyde, Charles Ludlow, Telluride, Col. 
Hyde, Mabel, Oakland, Cal. 
Ireland, William Fleetwood, Natal, S. Africa. 
Isaacs, William, Cadmus, O. 
Jackson, Frank Dyer, .Janesville, Wis. 
James, David Mairfryn, Glen Lyon, Pa. 
James, David Rhys, Berlin Heights, O. 
James, George Watkin, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Jamison, Heury Winfield, Canova, S. D. 
Jenkins, Burris Atkins, Kansas City, Mo. 
Jennings, Charles William, Jetersville. Va. 
Johnson, Edward Gottfried, Anaconda, Mont. 
Johnson, Eric, Ishpeming, Mich. 
Johnson, Frederic Per ley, Roslindale, Mass. 
Johnson, George Ellsworth, Springfield, Vt. 
Johnson, Harry Woodruff, Washington, D. C. 
Johnson, John Peter, Slater, lo. 
Johnson, John Quincy Adams, Nashville, Tenn. 
Johnson, Lars Gustaf, Ishpeming, Mich. 
Johnson, Osmond, Cambridge, lo. 
Jones, George Herbert, Willets, Cal. 
Jones, John Owen, Dublin, Ireland. 
Josephsei), Hans Ferdinand, Racine, Wis. 
Jowett. Albert Burton, Sherbro, Sierra Leone, 
Katayama, Sen Joseph, Mimasaku, Japan. 
Kazangian,KevorkHarutuue,Aintab,Turkey. 
Kebbe, David Lyman, Holliston, Mass. 
Keedy, Edward Everett, Rohrersville, Md. 
Keedy, John Lincoln, Rohrersville, Md. 
Kelsey, Carl, Grinnell, lo. 
Kennison, Edward Melville, Temple, Me. 
Kerns, Herbert Alfred, Big Rapids, Mich. 
Kerr, Milton Royce, Mongaup Valley, N. Y. 
Kettle, Joseph Benjamin, Murray, N. Y. 
Khungian, Toros Bedros, Cesarea, Turkey. 
Killen, Henry Sinclair, Belfast, Ireland. 
Kimball, Harry Woods, Deering, Me. 
King, Francis, Oakland, Cal. 
King, James Martin, Monrovia, Cal. 
Kirkpatrick, .Tohn Ervin, Topeka, Kan. 
Krohn, Gerhard Stefanus, Mitau, Russia. 
Kubricht, Theophilus, Prague, Bohemia. 
Labaree, Benjamin Woods, Oroomiah, Persia. 
Lamb, Samuel George, Milford, Neb. 
Landfear, Harry William, Glastonbury, Ct. 
Larkin, Ralph Baxter, Galesburg, 111. 
Larsen, Anton, Jamestown, N. Y. 
Larson, Carl John, North Easton, Mass. 
Larson, George Godfred, Chicago, 111. 
Lathrop, Edward Allison, Northfield, Minn. 
Lathrop, William Gilbert, Providence, R. I. 
Lawrence, John, Toronto, Out. 
Lawson, Hervey Merrill, Union, Ct. 
Layman, Henry Leigh, Fairmont. W. Va. 
Lenox, Alexander, Hamilton, Out. 
Leonard, Arthur Eastman, Royal ton. Wis. 
Lester, .Tames Crawford, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Lewis, Edwin Jones, Alliance, O. 
Lewis, Franklin Charles, Trumbull, O. 
Lewis, Jolm Beaveos, Reading, Mass. 
Lindsay, Frederick Nye, Troy, N. Y. 
Locke, Addie Imogen, Phillippopolis, Bulgaria 



College and 


Year 


Seminary and 


of Graduating. 


Class 




Knox, 


_ 


Pacific, 


Grad. 


Doane, 


1889 1 


Andover, 


Mid. 


Syracuse U. 


1882 


Yale, 


R. L. 


Bala Calv. Meth. | 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Dartmouth, 


1885 


Chicago, 


Grad. 


Oberlin, 


1888 


Oberlin, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Eng.Md. 







Pacific, 


Sp. 


Oberlin, 


1891 


Yale, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


Beloit, 


1884 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, 


Srn. 


New College, — 


Hartford, 


Grad. 


Marietta, 


1889 


Chicago, 


Grad. 


Yankton, 


1891 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Bethany, 


1891 


Y^le, 


Jun. 


Hampden Sid'y, '91 


Yale, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sw. Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sw. Jnn. 


Amherst, 


1887 


Andover, 


Fel. 


Dartmouth, 


1887 


Hartford, 


Jun. 


Williams, 


1891 


Chicago, 


Jun. 




— 


Chicago, iSw. Jun. 


Fisk Univ. 


1890 


Hartford, 


Sen. 






Chicago,Z>.iY.Md. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Jun. 








Pacific, 


Jun. 





— 


Yale, 


.Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago,Z).i\^.Md. 


Fisk Univ. 


1889 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Iowa, 


1892 


Andover, 


Jun. 


1 





Yale, 


Grad. 


Amherst, 


1888 


Yale, 


Grad. 


Lebanon Val 


y,1889 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Lebanon Val 


y,1889 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Iowa, 


1892 


Andover, 


Jnn. 




— 


Bangor, 


Mid. 


Hillsdale, 


1886 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Cornell U. 


1884 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Colorado, 


1891 


Pacific, 


Jun, 


Cen. Turke 


If.l 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Lake Forest 


Pacific, 


Jun. 


Bowdoin, 


1892 


Andover, 


Jun. 






Pacific, Eng. Sen. 





— 


Pacific, 


Sp. 


_ 


— 


Chicago, 


Jun. 








Chicago, 


Mid. 








Oberlin, 


Slav. 


Marietta, 


1888 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


Adrian, 


1870 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1890 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Knox, 


1892 


Chicago, 


,Tun. 


- 


_ 


Chicago,Z>.iV.Jun. 




— 


Chicago, ,S'JO. Ju. 








Chicago, Sw. Ju. 


Carlton, 


1892 


Hartford, 


Jun. 


Brown Univ. 1889 


Yale, 


Sen. 




— 


Bangor, 


Sen. 


Y'ale, 


1890 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Adrian, 


1891 


Yale, 


Mid. 




— 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Ripon, 


1891 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Amherst, 


1890 


Yale, 


Jnn. 


Marietta, 


1891 


Yale, 


Mid. 






Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 


Harvard, 


1892 


Andoser, 


Jun. 


Yale, 


1889 


Yale. 


Mid. 


Mt. Holyok 


e,1892 


Hartford, 


Jun. 



1893.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



81 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Lodwick, William, Youngstown, O. 
Logan, William Clark, Chicago, 111. 
Long, William Joseph, N. Attleboro, ^Nlass. 
Luce, Frank Leonard. Marion, Mass. 
Luetlii, Louis John, Gnadeiihutten, O. j 

Lutz, Adam Ruth, Strasburg, Pa. 
McAllister, James, Western Springs, 111. 
McCallum, Hugh, Pawtucket, R. I. 
McCartney, Frederick Orris, Denver, Col. 
McCleary, Owen Lovejoy, Ashland, Neb. 
^IcClelland, Abraham Lincoln, Brandon, Wis. 
McCollum, George Tlionias, Oakland, Cal. 
McDonald, Alexander Peter, Bath, Me. 
McDonald, Angus Martin, Bath, Me. 
McGeehon, Selden Ezra, Glendale, Mass. 
McGlllivray, John David, Truro, N. S. 
Mclntyre, Daniel, Dover, N. H. 
McKinley, Charles Etlielbert, Anita, lo. 
McLaren, James Henry, Louris, P. E. I. 
McLaughlin, James, Danielsonville, Ct. 
McLauiihliu, Robert, Boston, Mass. 
McLean, Thomas David, Plymouth, Mass. 
McLellan, Archibald Smith, Oakland, Cal. 
McQuarrie, Neil Phail, Boston, Mass. 
Manavian, Garabed Mayramkool, Eguin, Tur. 
Mann, Wilford Earnest, Mannhurst, N. B. 
Marshall, Martin Raphael, Oberlin, O. 
Marston, Percival Freeman, Thomaston, Ct. 
Mashino, Yashiki, Tokyo, Japan. 
Mathews, Rupert Bowdoin, Augusta, Me. 
Matthes, Alliin Christien Hermann, Klein- 

friesen, Ger. 
May, Edwin Melbourne, Spenoertown, N. Y. 

Means, Oliver William, Enfield, Ct. 

Meriam, Morrison Ellsworth, Randolph, O. 

Merwin, Duncan Salisbury, New Haven, Ct. 

Meserve, Harry Chamberlain, Lowell, Mass. 

iSIetzler, Carl Paul, Sonneberg, Ger. 

Miles, Harry Robert, Appleton, Wis. 

Millard, William Barrett, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Miller, James Brittain, Ypsilanti, Midi. 

Miller, Paris Edward, Burlington, Me. 

Miller, Samuel David, Kalona, lo. 

Mitchell, Frank, Detroit, Midi. 

Moody, Francis Miner, New Haven, Conn. 

Moore, Cliarles Albert, Columbus, O. 

Moore, Gainer Pierce, Metamora, Mich. 

Morton, William Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Moulton, Warren Jos., Centre Sandwich, N. H- 

Mousley, William Henry, Olcott, Vt. 

Mueller, Carl, Balingen, Ger. 

Mulnix, Andrew Henry, Portland. Me. 

jNIiirai, Tomoyoshe, Matsuyama, Japan. 
'Muttart, Lorenzo Wright, Alberton, P. E. I. 

Multart, William Leander. Albertmi, P. E. I. 

Nelson, Gii.staf Walter, Seattle, Wa«h. 

Nelson, Joliii William, Toronto, Ont. 

Newell, Arthur Frost, Greenfield, ]Mas>'. 

Nichols, Jesse Oilman, Merriinac, Mass. 

Nilson, Nils Fromholdt. Worcester. Mass. 

Noon, Sam'l Atkinson, Shelbiirne I'^alls, Mass 

Nordlund, Anders August, Stromsl>urg, Neb. 

Norrmaii.Johii AusiUStAlf'd, Jamestown, N.Y 

N .rris. .Jolin Winslow, Albany, Vt. 

Nour-se, Edward Everett, Bayfield, Wis. 

Noyes, Henry Herbert, South Freeport, Me. 

Nyreii, Andrew Gustav, New Haven, Ct. 

Oisou, Nils Olof, Lake City, Minn. 



College and Year 


Seminary and 


of Graduating. 


Claes. 


_ 


_ 


Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 


Lincoln, 


1887 . 


Chicago, 


.lun. 


Harvard, 


I8;t2 


Andovcr, 


Jun. 


Williams, 


1891 


Andover, 


Mid. 


Oberlin, 


1890 


Oberlin, 


Mid. 


Frank.&Mai 


. — 


Yale, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


Iowa, 


1889 


Andover, 


Sen. 


Gates, 


— 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Oberlin, 


1889 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Berea, 


1890 


Pacific, 


Sen. 


Bowdoin, 


1891 


Andover, 


Mid. 


Bowdoin, 


1891 


Andover, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


Presbyterian 





Yale, 


R. L. 


Bowdoin, 


— 


Andover, 


Mid. 


Iowa, 


1891 


Andover, 


Mid. 





— 


Andover, 


R. S. 


Brown Univ 


.1890 


Yale, 


Sen. 


O. Wesley 'nU.— 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Pacific, 


Mid! 


— 


_ 


Chicago, 


Euphrates, 


1884 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Mid. 


Oberlin, 


1892 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


Bowdoin, 


1888 


Andover, 


Mid. 


Doshisha, 


188(i 


Bangor, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Sen. 








Chicago, 


Ger. Ju. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Eng. Mi. 


Bowdoin, 


1884 


Hartford 


Grad. 


Williams, 


1892 


Andover, 


.Jun. 


Yale, 


1888 


Yale, 


Grad. 




— 


Yale, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Ger. Ju. 


Harvard, 


1888 


Yale, 


Grad. 


1 Ripou, 


1891 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Yale,^ 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


O.Wesley'n 


U.- 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 


Yale, 


1892 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Yale, 


18S(j 


Andover 


Juu. 


Olivet, 


1887 


Andover 


Adv. 








Oberlin, 


Eng. Ju. 


Amherst, 


1888 


Yale, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Ger. Mi. 


Amherst, 


1891 


Andover 


Jun. 


Doshisha, 


1885 


Andover 


Adv. 




— 


Baugor, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Han'gor, 


Mid. 


Pacific U. 


18tK) 


' Pacifie, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Juu. 


Amherst, 


1889 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


Harvard, 


1891 


Andover 


Mid. 


-*i-n. 


1 Chicago, 


.Sic. Sen. 


. Wesl^yanU 


. 1892 


1 Andover 


Jun. 





— 


1 Cliicago, 


Sw. Sen. 








Chicago, 


D.N. Ju. 


Vermont U 


1891 


, Yale. 


Mid. 


Lake Forest 


, 1888 


Hartford 


Fel. 


Bowdoin, 


•1891 


! Andover 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Cliicago, 


6'io.Jun. 


— 


— 


1 Chicago, 


!Sw. Sen. 



82 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 



[1893. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Beloit, — 

Beloit, 1891 

Doaiie, 1891 

Harvard, 1886 

Adelbert, 1889 



i Wheaton, 1891 

i Wheaton, 1890 

j Oberlin, 1888 

Colby Univ. 1890 

i Hillsdale. — 

Cornell, U. — 

Yale. 1892 I 



Williams, 1890 

risk, — 

Euphrates, 1887 



Olson, Olof, Manchester, N. H. 
Orr, James Burwash, Chicago, 111. 
Orth, Philip Andrew, Fort Recovery, O. 
Osborne, Cyrus Albin, Beloit, Wis. 
Ostling, Carl August, Omaha, Neb. 
Otis, James Arthur, Irvington, Neb. 
Oxnard, Henry Ernest, Portland, Me. 
Ozanne, Charles Eugene. Cleveland, O. 
Page, Frederic Harlan, Winchester, Mass. 
Palmer, John Henry, Danville, Va. 
Palmquist, Aron Evald, Rockford, 111. 
Parsons, Charles Harmon, 111. 
Parsons, James, Harmon, 111. 
Patchell, Charles Thomas, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Paton, Robert, Almont, Pa. 
Patten, Arthur Kandwell, Bowdoinham, Me. 
Patton, Myron Oakman, Lewiston, Me. 
Paul, Benjamin Franklin, Tripoli, lo. 
Pease, Charles, Thompsonville, Ct. 
Pease, Edward Walker, Holland, Ct. 
Peel, Gustaf Edward. Des Moines, lo. 
Perks, Harry, liirmingham, England. 
Perry, Carroll, Williamstown, Mass. 
Petersen, Jens, Minden, NTeb. 
Peterson, Curl Job an, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Peterson, Fritz Emil, Chicago, 111. 
Peterson, Peter, Hornby, Denmark. 
Pettigrew, Julius Dean, JPalestine, Tex. 
Pierce, William, Plains, Pa. 
Pilibbossian, Hapet Menazar, Harpoot, Tur. 
Piwonka, Frank, Cleveland, O. 
Piatt, Dwight Henry, Dover, Kan. 
Plumb, Nathan James, Shanghai, China. 
Pogson, Joseph, Mansfield, Eng. 
Poole, Francis Alden, Peabody, Mass. 
Porter, John Solomon, Prague, Bohemia. 
Post, Anrelian, Clinton, N. Y. 
Postle, Henry, Kingscliffe, Eng. 
Pringle, Henry Nelson, Thetford Centre, Vt. 
Prior, Arthur Edward, Sarnia, Out. 
Proctor, Henry Hugh, Fayetteville, Tenn. 
Prucha, John Jezov, Bohemia. 
Puggard, Thomas, Chicago, 111. 
Putnam. Frank Curtiss, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Ralph, William James Charles, Mifflin, Wis. 
Randal], Winfield Scott, W. Harpswell, Me. 
Read, Thomas Lee, Fairfield, lo. 
Reeves, Charles Edwin, New London, Ct. 
Reuber, AVilliam, Crete, Neb. 
Rice, Charles Walter, Springfield, O. 
Rice, John Wesley, Rockland, Mass. 
Rich, Charles Selwyn, Portland, Me. 
Richards, George Samuel, Mahanoy City, Pa 
Richardson, Frank Hervey, Webster City, lo. 
Rikausrud, Olaus Thorleivson, Elon, Iowa. 
Robinson, Charles Frederic, Meredith, N. H. 
Robinson, Oliver Theron, Capioma, Kan. 
Rogers, Arthur Joseph, Excelsior, Minn. 
Rollins, George Sherman, Chicago, 111. 
Rollins, Wallace Eugene, Asheville, N. C. 
Rood, John Simeon, Charlevoix, Mich. 
Ropes, James Hardy, Andover, Mass. 
Ross, Winfred Smith, Great Falls, N. H. 
Russell, Frank Horace, Kewanee, 111. 
Sabol, John, Braddock„Pa. 
Sanborn, Edward Stevens, Kingston, N. H. 
Sandbo, Anders, Hills, Minn. 
Sargavakian,HarootuneHovhanness, Harpoot. 



j Seminary and 
j Class. 

■1 ^ : 

I Chicago, St^.Mid. 
j Chicago, Mid, 
t Chicago, Mid. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Chicago. 6'w. Mid. 
Hartford, Mid. 
Andover, Mid. 
Yale, Grad. 

Andover, Sen. 
Oberlin, Eng. Ju, 
Chicago, .bio.Mid. 
Chicago, Mid. 
Pacific, Sen. 

Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 



Yale, 
Bangor, 
Bangor, 
Chicago, 
Hartford, 
Yale, 
Chicago, i'ly. Sen. 
Pacific, Sen. 

Yale, Mid. 

Chicago, i).iV^. Ju. 
Chicago, Sen. 
Cliicago, Sw. Sen. 
Chicago,!*. A'. Mi. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 
Andover, Mid. 
Oberlin, Slav. 



1 Washburn, 


1890 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


1 O.Wesl'nD 


.1870 


Yale, 


R. L. 


! E. Keswick 





Oberlin, 


Jun. 


! — 





Bangor, 


Sen. 


I Williams, 


1888 


Hartford 


Grad. 


1 Hamilton, 


1891 


Yale, 


Mid. 






Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 


Dartmouth, 


1890 


Andover 


Sen. 








Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 


i Fisk U. 


1891 


Yale, 


Mid. 








Oberlin, S^ai).. 


1 — 


— 


Chicago, 


V.N.Mi. 


Amherst, 


1890 


Yale, 


Sen. 


— 





Chicago, 


Mid. 


j Bowdoin, 


1892 


Andover 


Jun. 


Parsons, 


1892 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


i Williams, 





Yale, 


Mid. 







Chicago, 


Ger. Ju. 


Antioch, 





Oberlin, 


Jun. 


Harvard, 


1891 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Bowdoin, 


1892 


Andover, 


Jun. 


Brecon,Mem.l880 


Yale, 


Grad.- 








Chicago, 


.lun. 


Luther, 


1888 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1890 


Andover, 


Sen. 






Chicago, 


Jun. 


Carlton, 


1888 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Williams, 





Chicago, 


Grad. 


N. C. U. 


1892 


Yale, 


Jun. 






Chicago, 


Mid. 


Harvard U. 


1889 


Andover, 


Sen. 


Dartmouth, 


1887 


Andover, 


Jun. 


Wheaton, 


1891 


Cbicago, 


Mid. 







Oberlin, Slav. 


Yale, 


1892 


Y'ale, 


Jun. 


St. Olaf, 


1890 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Euphrates, 


1884 


Hartford, 


Sen. 



1893.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



83 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



College and Year ' Seminary and 
of Graduating. ] Class. 



Sarkis, Elias Joseph, Kusha, Syria, 
Sayyidah, Kluileel Walibeh, Ferzul, Syria. 
Scott, John Jay, Decatur, 111. 
Seccombe, Charles Horace, Springfield, S. D. 
Sell, Herman, Danbury, Ct. 
Severance, Allen Dudley, Cleveland, O. 
Shaw, Gilbert Augustine, Foxboro', Mass. 
Shendell. William, Cleveland, O. 
Sherck, Charles Rollin, Constautine, Mich. 
Simon, Richard R. C, Edinburg, Scotland. 
Simpson, Samuel, Centreville, Mich. 
Singer, Thomas Melvaughn, Lewiston, Me. 
Small, Andrew Jackson, Machiasport, Me. 
Small, Harry Elmer, Machiasport, Me. 
Smiley, James Dixon, New Haven, Ct. 
Smith, George LeGrand, Somerset, Mich, 
Snider, Asa B., Lyle, Wn. 
Snyder, Henry C, Bridgman, Mich. 
Soederquist, Carl John, East Orange, N. J. 
Solandt, James Alexander, Inverness, Que. 
Southgate, Benjamin Marsh, Sterling, Kan. 
Spencer, John Alfred, Akron, O. 
Sprague. Elmer Ellsworth. Gibbon, Neb. 
Squire, Abraham Lincoln, Willow Springs, Mo. 
Stadshaug. Ole Engebrigtsen, Dovre, Norway. 
Stearns, William Foster, Boston, Mass. 
Stenlund, Adolph, Alert, Kan. 
Stetson, Reub.'n Kidder, Galesburg, 111. 
Stevenson. Francis Bacon, New Castle, Pa. 
Stewart, William Ernest Melville, Astoria, Or. 
Stewart, William John, Dalston, Ont. 
Stewart, Wilson Reed, Bucyrus, O. 
Stone, Ira Davenport, Morrison, 111. 
Stotts, .James Uriah, Washington, lo. [Pa. 
Strasser, CharlesWilliam Thomas, Allentown, 
Strong, Josei)h Selden, East Grauby, Ct. 
Sumner, Frederick Azel, Eastford, Ct. 
Swanson, Charles Oscar, Paxton, 111. 
Swanson, Isaac .Tohn Noble, Oshawa, Ont. 
Swenson, Fridolf Emanuel, Eukoping, Sweden. 
Swinnerton, George Brown, Cherry Valley, N.Y. 
Taft, Arthur Nelson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Tangemau, Gotllob David, Newton, Kan. 
Tanner, Allan Albert, Jacksonville, 111. 
Taylor, William Truman, Millstream, N. B. 
Taylor, .John William, East Bethlehem, Pa. 
Terborgh, Isaac, Chicago, 111. 
Tharaldsen, Charles Theodore, Irving, Minn. | 
Thayer, Charles Snow, Westfield, Mass. 
Thomas, Edward Seymour, Providence, R. I. 
Thomas, John Milton, Columbus, O. 
Thomas, Owen, Sodom, O. 
Thomson, Robert John, Baltimore, ]Md. 
Thomson, Samuel, Aberdeen, Scotland. i 

Thoren, Bengt John, Newark, N. J. | 

Tinker, William Marsh, Sharon. Pa. \ 

Torrey, Charles Cutler, Lvnn, Mass. 
Totusek, Vincent, Silver Lake, Minn. 
Town, Willard Oliver, Fayette. O. > 

Townsend, Lewis Asher, Rush, III. 
Tracy, Isaac B., Ivanhoe, 111. 
Traeger, Fred Louis Ernest .John, Chicago, 111. 
Trehka, Charles, Cleveland. O. 
Trower, William George, Oakland, Cal. 
Tuthill, Charles .Julian, Palmer, Mass. I 

Twombly, Clififord (rray, Newton, Mass. | 

Tyler, Corydon Curtiss, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Tyrrell, Bernard, McGaheysville, Va. | 







1 Andover, Jun. 


Syrian Prot. 1888 


1 Bangor, Mid. 


Fisk, 


1892 


[ Chicago, Jun. 


Carlton, 


1892 


' Chicago, Jun. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 


Amhei-st, 


1889 


Ha-rtford, Sen. 


— 




1 Bangor, Mid. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Slav. 


Wittenberg, 1892 


Chicago, Jun. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Sp 


Olivet. 


1891 


Oberlin, Mid. 


Bates, 


1890 


Yale, Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Sen. 


Amherst, 


1890 


l^ale, Sen. 


— 




Yale, Grad. 


Oberlin, 


1889 


Chicago, Grad. 


1 Pacific U. 


1891 


Pacific, Eng. Jun. 


1 — 


— 


Chicago, Sen. 


Carlton, 





Chicago, Jun. 


Oberlin, 


1891 


Hartford, Mid. 


Williams, 


1890 i Chicago,' Jun. 


Buchtel, 





1 Oberlin, Sen. 


Doane, 


1889 


Chicago, Sen. 


— 




i Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 




— 


Chicago, />.A^Sn. 


1 Amherst, 


1882 


Andover, Adv. 


- 


— 


Chicago, Sm). Jun. 


Knox, 


1892 


Chicago, Jun. 


1 Oberlin, 





Oberlin, Jun. 


i Whitman, 


1891 


Chicago, Mid. 








Oberlin, Jun. 


1 Wittenberg 


1890 


Yale, Sen. 


Wheaton, 


1890 


Chicago, Mid. 


Iowa U. 


1889 


Chicago, Mid. 


Muhlenburg 


,1891 


Yale, Mid. 


Williams, 


mio 


Oberlin, Sen. 


Oberlin, 


1891 


Hartford, Mid. 


— 




Chicago, Sio. Jun. 


McGill U. 


1890 


Chicago, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 5to.Mid. 


Hamilton, 


1892 


Hartford, Jun. 


Williams, 


1890 


Andover, Mid. 


Garfield U. 




Chicago, Sen. 


Illinois, 


1888 


Chicago, Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Jun. 


Wash. & Jeff. 1892 


Yale, Jun. 


Wheaton, 


1890 


Oberlin, Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sen. 


Amherst, 


1880 


Yale, Jun. 


Yale, 


1888 


Andover, Mid. 








Oberlin, Eng. Ju. 








Oberlin, Eng, Ju. 


J.Hopkins U. — 


Yale, Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, ^w. Mid. 


Thiel, 


1887 


Yale, Mid. 


Bowdoin, 


1884 


Andover, Fel. 








Oberlin, Slav. 








Oberlin, Eng. Mi, 


Northw'st'rn 





Chicago, Jun. 


Olivet, 


188.3 ] 


Chicago, Mid. 


Calais, 


1892 ' 


Yale, Jun. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Slav. 


— 


— i 


Chicago, Sen. 


Boston U. 


1890 i 


Andover, Sen. 


Yale, 


1891 


Andover, Mid. 








Yale, Jun. 


Hillsdale, 


1888 


Yale, Sen. 



«4 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



NAMES AND BESIDENCES. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Udd, John, Des Moines, lo. 
Vander Pyl, Nicholas, Boston, Mass. 
Van Kirk, Hiram, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Vaughn, Joseph Jones, Tredegar, Wales. 
Vestland, John Magnus, West Superior, Wis 
Vogel, Albert Hans, Crete, Neb. 
Voges, August, Chicago, 111. 
Waldo, Edwin Augustus, Danielsonville, Ct. 
Walker, John Jairus, Amherst, Mass. 
Walker, William Henry, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Wallace, David, Olcott, Vt. 
Waller. Charles John, Middletown. Ct. 
Ward, Frank Gibson, Burlington, Vt. 
Warfield, Edwin Alonzo, Urbana, Md. 
Warner, Thomas Henry. Bellaire, Mich. 
Warren, James Baker, Huntsburg, O. 
Warren, Willis Austin, Vernou Centre, Mich. 
Watry, Francis, Ashland, Or. 
Watson, Charles Elliott, Merom, Ind. 
Weage, Arthur Dudley, Oberlin, O. 
Weatherly, Arthur L., Osage, lo. 
Webb, Henry Wilson, Bridgton, Me. 
Webber, Berthold Lorenzo, Tabor, lo. 
Welham, Frederic, St. Louis, Mo. 
Wellman, Frederick Creighton, Capioma,Kan. 
Wells, Charles Prest, Sarnia, Ont. 
Wheelwright, Joseph, South Byfield, Mass. 
Whipple, Frank Lewis, Hamilton, Mass. 
Wideberg, Claes .John, Chicago, 111. 
Wight, Calvin, New Hamburgh, N. Y. [N. Y. 
Wight, Edward Van Dyke, New Hamburgh, 
Wilcox, Frank Glenn, Chicago, 111. 
Wilder, Frank Alonzo, Monroe, Mich. 
Wilder, George Durand, Huron, S. D. 
AVilkins, Harry John, Cedar Rapids, lo. 
AYilliams, Benjamin T., Swansea, Wales. 
Williams, Clarence Russell, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Williams, Harry Taft, Moline, 111. 
Williams, John Benson, Pratt, Kan. 
Wilson, John Ramsey, Glasgow, Scotland. 
Winchester, Benj. Severance, Chicago, 111. 
Wingate, Henry Knowles, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Winu, Fred Emery, Hudson, N. H. 
Wise, John Henry. Hawaiian Islands. 
Wonier, Parley Paul, Reynoldsville, Pa. 
Wood, Benjamin Clnrk, Framiugham, Mass 
Wood, Harlem Nims, Bellevue, O. 
Woodcock, Thomas Jefferson, Hinsdale, 111. 
Woodin, Herbert Pekin, Foochow, China. 
Woodruff, Anna Zipporah, Oberlin, O. 
Wright, Daniel Wilson, Worthinsitou, O. 
Y'oung, Harry Ward, Portland Or. 
Zumbro, William Michael, Purdin, Mo. 



Amherst, 1889 
Mich. Univ. 1887 



Chicago, Sw.Jun, 
Hartford, Sen. 
Y^ale, Jun. 

Yale, Jun. 

Chicago, (Sw).Mid. 
Chicago, Ger. Ju. 
Chicago, Jun. 
Andover, R. S. 
Andover, Mid. 
Andover, 
Bangor, 



Fel. 
Jun. 



Vermont U. 1891 
Yale, 1889 



Olivet, — 

Western, 1890 



Iowa, 

Bowdoin, 

Tabor, 



1892 
1890 

1889 



Victoria U. 1890 
Amherst, — 

Dartmouth, 1885 



Princeton, 
Princeton, 
Oberlin, 
Oberlin, 
Oberlin, 



1892 

1892 



1892 
1891 



Mid. 
Grad. 

Jun. 

J n. 

Jun. 
Grad. 

Mid. 



— [ ChicagOjS'M;. Jun 
Chicago, 
Yale, 
Chicago, 
Oberlin, 
Chicago, 
Pacific, 
Chicago, 

Oberhu, Eng. Ju, 
Andover, Jun 
Andover, 
Chicago, 
Andover, 
Chicago, 
Yale, 
Andover, 
Andover, 



Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
R. S. 
Mid. 



Penn U. 1892 

Oberlin, 1890 

Oregon TJ. — 

Williams, 1889 
Carleton, 1887 
Dartmouth, 1887 

O.Wesley'n U. — 
Nat.NormalU.,'91 
Amherst, 1892 
N. Western U. '90 
Amherst, 1888. 

O.Wesle'anU. — 

Ves tern, 1888 



Chicago.fii'w. Jun. 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Obeilin,Eug.Md 

Oberlin, Eng. Sn 



lull. 

Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 



Yale, 

Hartford, 

Clucago, 

Bangor, 

(./hicago, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 



Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jim. 
Jun. 

Sen. 

Sen. 



Oberlin, Eng. Sn. 

Yale, 

Bangor, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, Eng. Sp 

Yale, Jnn 

PHcilic, Eug.Jun 

Yale, Sen 



Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Sen. 



1893.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



85 



SUMMARY OF OFFICERS, AND STUDENTS, 1892-93, AND TOTALS FOR 
PRECEDING YEARS. 



Andover 

Bangor 

Chicago 

Hartford 

Oberlin 

Pacific 

Yale 

Totals, 1892- 3 
1891- -2 
1890- 1 
1889-90 
1888- 9 

" 1887- 8 
188(5- 7 

" 1885- (i 

" 1884- 5 
1883- 4 
1882- 3 
1881- 2 

" 1880- 1, 
1879-80 
1878- 9, 

" 1877- 8. 
1876- 7, 

" 1875- 6, 

" 1874- 5, 
1873- 4. 
1872- 3 
1871- 2. 
1870- 1. 
1869-70 

" 1868- 9, 
1867- 8, 
1866- 7. 

" 1865- 6 
1864- 5. 
186:^4 
1862- 3 
1861- 2. 
1860- 1. 
1859-60. 
1858- 9. 



2 

3 £ 



11 


29 


12 


22 


9 


33 


10 


22 


7 


22 


9 


23 


10 


19 


7 


28 


6 


16 


9 


16 


3 


25 


13 


21 


11 


6 


17 


_ 


8 


- 


13 


_ 


8 


_ 


9 


- 


13 


_ 


12 


_ 


13 


- 


16 


_ 


18 


_ 


7 


- 


16 


_ 


9 


- 


16 


_ 


19 


_ 


19 


_ 


10 


- 


16 


— 


18 


_ 1 


14 


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24 




15 


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11 


18 




43 


30 


39 


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a68 


195 


12 


9 


12 




35 


10 


9 


14 


53 


86 


(J 


1 


4 


11 


22 


33 


27 


31 


- 


91 


117 


128 


163 


137 


545 


109 


124 


147 


182 


562 


120 


117 


143 


169 


549 


117 


120 


130 


189 


556 


92 


113 


132 


153 


490 


92 


101 


114 


113 


420 


100 


104 


103 


86 


393 


86 


101 


126 


53 


366 


96 


87 


107 


32 


322 


74 


97 


90 


23 


284 


84 


73 


100 


15 


272 


94 


86 


79 


16 


275 


89 


90 


93 


7 


279 


96 


96 


90 


16 


298 


82 


101 


96 


31 


310 


83 


99 


109 


36 


327 


87 


93 


103 


29 


312 


70. 


98 


99 


36 


303 


102 


86 


93 


35 


316 


83 


105 


103 


36 


327 


93 


88 


116 


32 


. 329 


74 


89 


92 


23 


278 


72 


73 


98 


29 


272 


74 


72 


81 


13 


240 


87 


68 


65 


18 


338 


97 


92 


65 


4 


258 


51 


98 


85 


8 


242 


53 


58 


84 


10 


205 


66 


53 


43 


- 


162 


80 


53 


58 


2 


193 


90 


103 


58 


1 


252 


96 


95 


81 


3 


275 


93 


100 


94 


11 


298 


68 


90 


94 


9 


261 


67 


75 


99 


9 


250 



a These special students at Chicago are ranked, 12 with the Senior, 26 with the Middle, and 30 
with the Junior classes ; 11 in the German, 17 in the Dano-N'orwegian, and 40 in the Swedi.sh 
departments. 

Note. — If the Advanced or Graduate classes were included among the students as well as the 
undergraduates, the totals would be increased to 536. The number of students in the regular 
classes has increased from 380 to 408. The decrease of 17 in the total, is less than the falling off 
in special students at Chicago and Oberlin. 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



COLLEGE EDUCATION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. 

In this table, a number in parentheses denotes that that number, although once 
connected with the college mentioned, did not complete the course. The figures not 
in parentheses denote graduates of the college mentioned. 



COLLEGES. 



Adrian College, Michigan 

Alfred University, New York 

Amherst College, Massachusetts. . . . . 

Autioch College, Ohio 

Atlanta University, Georgia 

Bala College. Wnles 

Bates College, Maine 

Beloit College, Wisconsin 

Berea College, Kentucky 

Bethany College, Kansas 

Boston University, Massachusetts 

Bowdoin College, Maine 

Brown University. Rhode Island 

Buchtel College, Ohio 

Caermarthen College, Wales 

California College 

Calvin College, Ohio 

Carletoti College, Minnesota 

Central Turkey College, Asia 

Ciiicinnati University, Ohio 

Colby University, Maine 

Colorado College 

Cornell University, New York 

Dartmouth College, New Hampshire. . 

Doane College, Nebraska 

Doshisha College, Japan 

Drury College, Missouri 

East Keswick Cojlege, England 

Euphrates College, Turkey 

Fisk University, Tennessee. .,. 

Franklin and Marshall College, Peiin. 

Garfield College, Kansas 

Gates College, Nebraska. 

Hamilton College, New Y'ork 

Hampden Sidney Colleae, Virginia... 

Harvard College, Massachusetts 

Hebrew Union College, Ohio 

Hillsdale College, Michigan 

Hiram College, Ohio 

Illinois College 

Iowa College 

Iowa University 

Johns Hopkins University, Maryland. . 

Kansas Agricultural College 

Knox College, Illinois 

Lake Forest University, Illinois 

Lebanon Valley College, Pennsylvania, 



Seminaries. 



(1) 5 



(1) 



(1) 1 
(1)10 

2 



(1) (i 



(1) 4 



1(1) 

1 



(1) 



id) 



!(3) 



(1) 



(1) 



(1) 



(1) 



(1) 



0) 



(1) 



(1) 

2 

1 

(1) 

1 

(1) 1 
1 



(2) 



(1) 



(1) 



1 

(2)27 
(1) 

1 
(1) 
(1) 2 

(1) 6 
2 
2 

(2) 1 
(1)10 

3 
(1) 

(1) 1 
(1) 

1 
8 

(2) 2 
1 
1 

(1) 1 

(1) 1 

13 

3 

2 
(1) 
(1) 

3 
(1) 4 

1 
(1) 
(1) 1 

3 

1- 
(1) 9 

1 

(3) 4 
1 
1 



(1) 



1893.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



87 



COLLEGE EDUCATION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 
( Concluded). 



COLLEGES. 



Seminaries. 



Lincoln University, Illinois 

Lon'lon University, England 

Lutlier College, Iowa 

McGill University, Canada 

Marietta College, Oliio 

Michigan University 

Middlebury College, Vermont 

Minnesota University 

Mt. Holyoke College, Massachusetts... 
Muhlenburg College, Pennsylvania . . . 

Muskingum College, Ohio 

Nebraska University 

New Jersey College 

North Carolina College 

Northwestern College, Illinois ... 

Northwestern University, Illinois 

Oberlin College, Ohio 

Ohio Wesley an University 

Olivet College, Michigan 

Oregon University 

Otterbein University. Ohio 

Pacific University, California 

Parsons College, Iowa 

Pennsylvania University 

Ripon' College, "Wisconsin 

St. Olaf College, Minnesota 

Sioux Falls IJniversity, South Dakota, 

Syria Protestant College, Asia 

Tabor College, Iowa 

Thiel College, Penn.sylvania 

Tufts College, Massachusetts 

Union College, New York. 

Ursinus College, Pennsylvania 

Vermont University 

Victoria University, England 

"Washburn College, Kansas 

"Washington and Jefferson Col'e, Penn., 

Wesleyan University, Connecticut 

"Western College, Iowa 

"Wheaton College, Illinois 

"Whitman College, "Washington 

"Willi.ams College, Massachusetts 

"Wisconsin University 

"Wittenberg College, Ohio 

Yale College, Connecticut 

Yankton College, South Dakota 

Total number of graduates 

Incomplete college course 

Never connected with college 

Total 



(1) 



(1) 2 
(1) 1 



(1) 



(1) 



1 
1 
(1) 1 



(1) 1 
(1) 4 

1 
3 
1 
1 



(1) 



4(7) 8; 

(2) 



(2) 



(1) 2 



(1) 



(1) 2 

(9)21 

(4) 
6 

(1) 
2 

(1) 2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 

(1) 2 

:(i) 6 

I 1 

1(1)19 

i 2 



(1) 



1(1) 



259 
55 
231 



22 91 545 



88 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

THE ANNUAL STATISTICS OF THE CHURCHES AND 
MINISTERS. 



The following pages contain the statistics as collectpcl in ISO? by the statistical 
secretaries of the several State organizations, and compiled for this publication by 
the secretary of the National Council, under vote of tlie publishing committee. 
They are all of date 1 Jan., 1803, except that ministerial supply is, as far as possible, 
brought down to date. 

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 their ministers, by States. 

2. List of Congregational ministers in foreign lauds. 

3. The National, State, and local organizations of the churches, with oflticers, 
and dates of next sessions in 1803-4. 

4. General summary tables for the year. 

5. Tables of summaries, 1858-1892. 

6. Remarks upon the statistics. 

7. Alphabetical list of ministers, with P. O. address, and indexed to pages. 

8. Alphabetical list of licentiates. 

9. List of ministers of other denominations supplying Congregational churches. 

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 some association of a State other than their own are, therefore, 
transferred to their proper places; and the summaries are correspondingly corrected. 

3. To make nen: tables each j-ear. " Last year's report " (if known to be such) is 
always omitted. But, while old reports are not to be inserted in the table, the aggre- 
gate of such last reports from churches failing to report, in the items of church and 
Sunday-school membership, are included in the summaries. Justice to tlie cliurches 
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. Tlie 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 summary, 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 
correspondence, especially to correct "pastoral supply" to the latest moment. 
Proof sheets have been sent to secretaries and some home-missionary superintend- 
ents who could be reached in season. But no such changes have been allowed to 
affect the summaries. 

5. The prime name in a table line is always supposed to be the name of the place, 
town, or city in which the church is located, as determined by the place of the meet- 
ing-house. This is also the name of its post-office, unless followed in line or margin 
by a name in heavy-faced type. In such cases the latter is the post-office, and 

THIS EMPHATIC TYPE in LINE Or MARGIN, iS USED EXCLUSIVELY FOK NAMES OF 

POST-OFFICES. If this postal word is an adjective, it goes with the preceding name, 



1893.] STATISTICS OF CHURCHES AND MINISTERS. 89 

e. <7., "Newton "West"; if itself a name, it supersedes the other, as "Newton, 
Aubiiriidale." Postal designations are not repeated on the second page, and spe- 
cial church names are sometimes given in the second page line, for which there was 
not room in the first. In general, the two pages, being invariably opposite, are 
treated as one, and marginal references on the second page are made to foot-notes 
on the first, without repetition when they occur there. 

MINOR EXPLANATIONS. 

1. Any church given in brackets is one organized since the date of State report ; 
not included in the summery, but inserted for information. A few churches tempo- 
rarily not associated are inserted by their own wish. 

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 ?io 
regularly engaged minister, are left blank for the convenience of those who note 
pastoral changes. 

3. The tables are not a postal guide to the addresses of ministers, and any person 
so using them runs his own risk of error. The General Alphabetical List of Minis- 
ters gives their post-office. 

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 
80 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." Under the head of "Removed," "Died," "Letter," and "Disci- 
pline " are represented by the abbreviations. 

'' 9. Blanks in any column of figures are such as were so left in the State Minutes. 
They ou^ht 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." 



90 



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[1893. 



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Elvis D. Luter, p. '92 
Joseph C. Halliday,?). 'G5 
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John Chris Williams, p. '90 
John W. Harding, p. '50 

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Thomas J. Wootin, p. '92 
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Thomas Pell, p. '59 
Elijah A. Buttram, p. '84 
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George W. Hardaway, p. '7G 
William R. Harris, p. '87 
Samuel D. Paine, ji. 'G9 
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Elijah A. Buttram, p. '84 

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Jesse J. Milton, ;>. '92 
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J. A. Reaves, 
R.W. Sturdevant, 
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J. H. Simerall, 
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Alstair Maeleod, 
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John A. TaylGi-, 
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Daniel A. Evans, p. '70 
Daniel T. Davies, p. '65 
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George W, Moore, p. '89 

James Jenkins, p. '92 

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Thomas M. Griffith, p. '74 

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J. T, Johnson, 
C. Mnsten, 
Dea. L. Edward, 
David E. Johnson, 
Miss L. A. Evans, 
Evan G. Reese, 
Missl. M.Christmas 
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Miss H.M. Hughes, 
David T. Jenkins, 
Dea. A. 0. Tracy, 
JoliuR. Williams, 
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Griffith Lougher, 
Mrs.A.J.Deming, 
Mrs. H. Malley, 
Dea.N.Dalrymple, 

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N.G. Hoagvall, . 

Dea. J. H. Evans, 
Dea. W. T. Smyth, 
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Rochester, 1892 

Scranton, Providence, 1855 

Hyde Park, 1856 

Plymouth, 1882 

Tabernacle, 1886 

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Shamokin, 1864 

Sharon, 1854 

Shenandoah, 1886 

Smithfield, East, 1801 

Slatington, 1858 

Sp.artansburg, 1875 

Spring Brook, 1869 

Spring Creek, West, 1847 

1882 

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Taylorville, Minooka, 1869 

Tomhicken, Sugar Loaf, 1883 

Walston, 1885 

Wanamie, 1868 

Warrior Run, Peeley, 1888 

Warren, West, 1884 

" ■ Swed. 1891 

Wheatland, 1872 

Wilkes Barre, 1st, 1872 

2d, 1883 

Puritan, 1885 

Wind Gap, 1891 



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Name. 


Membership. 


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38 


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Arinona, 


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36 


LoQia Prieta, 


25 


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23 


Long Valley, 


54 


Berry Creek, 
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20 
35 


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32 


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45 


Byron Springs, 
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26 
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32 
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Canal, 


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35 


Cantines, 


30 


Mayflower, 


75 


Cherokee, 


22 


Mayhew, 


11 


Chula Vista, Union, 


40 


Merrimac, 


15 


Colma, 


15 


Milbrae, 


15 


Columbia, 


40 


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30 


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45 


Milville, 


59 


Con Con, 


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Decota, 


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Morgan Territory, 


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Mountain, 


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32 


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43 


Mount Eden, 


84 


Dyerville, 


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37 


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Enterprise, 


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32 


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Oakdale, 


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Eureka, 


10 


Ocean View, Union, 


45 


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25 


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17 


Fairview, 


18 


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25 


Faruiersville, 


40 


Orange Centre, 


25 


Fitch burg, 


58 


Orange City, 


25 


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107 


Oregon City, 


25 


Forest Ranch, 


50 


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20 


Frazier Valley, 


35 


Paraiso Springs, 


26 


Fresno Colony, 

Fruit Vale, Alameda Co., 


54 
50 


Parkfield, 
Peach Tree, 


30 
25 


Fruit Vale, Butte Co., 


24 


*Perris, Gabilan, 


11 


Gill, 


34 


*Perris, North, 


35 


Glencoe, 


26 


Pine Grove, 


3(> 


Glen Ellen, 


25 


Piner, 


35 


Goshen, 


45 


Pioneer, 


25 


Grange Hall, 
Grant, 


53 
20 


Pleyto, 
Pomona, 


35 
39 


Harmony, 


24 


Quartz Valley, 


30 


Harfs Mills, 


20 


Redwood, 


12 


Hay den Hill, 


20 


Rich Gulch . 


40 



372 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Name. 


Membership. 


■ Name. Membership. 


Richmond, 


25 


Denver, West End, 


65 


Rincon, Chino Valley, 


112 


Forbes Mine, 


.02 


Ripon, 


41 


Glenrock, 


35 


Roberts, 


23 


Granite, 




*Rocliester, 


22 


Guston. Red Mountain, 


35 


Rodeo, 


30 


Gypsum, 


30 


Rough and Ready, 

Sam's Neck, 


23 
25 


Hyde, 
Irwin, 


15 

25 


*San Diego, Mission Valley, 


25 


McFerran, 


20 


San Francisco, Bethlehem, 


100 


Marble, 


22 


Hinkley Alley, 


25 


Montrose, Maple Grove, 


25 


Pierce Street, 


60 


Oakes, 


40 


Pilgrim Chapel, 


32 


Ophir, 


20 


Seventh Avenue, 


56 


Overland Mills, 


45 


*San Miguel, Independence, 


40 


Overton, 


40 


*San Pasqual, 


25 


Pandora, 


45 


San Quentin, 


100 


Pictou Mine, 


25 


San Tomas, 


35 


Pine Grove, 


31 


Sawyer's Bar, 


34 


Pleasant Valley, 


40 


Scandivanian, 


37 


Pueblo, The Grove, 


65 


Sentinel, 


15 


Teller, Creede, 


50 


Sissons, 


40 


Villa Grove, 


37 


*Sorrento, 


21 


Vona, 


25 


South San Francisco, 


30 


Ward, 


22 


South Tule, 


25 


Williamsburg, 


50 


*Sp(>ttiswood, Poso, 


30 






Springer's Mills, 


15 


Members, 


1,409 


Squaw Valley, 


37 


Schools, 


40 


Stock Yards, 


12 






Suisim Valley, 
Sunset Station, 


56 
124 


CONNECTICUT. 




Swagers, 


30 


Cheshire, Union District, 


25 


*Temecula, Pachauga, 


36 


Hartford, Glenwood, 


87 


Tiburon, 


10 


Ridgefield, Farmingville, 


24 


Tucker, Mountain View, 


28 


Salisbury, Harrison, 


25 


Twin Oak, Pleasant Valley, 


24 


Stonington, Weyquetequock, 


25 


Upham, 


33 







Valencia, 


28 




186 


Vallecita, 


40 


FLORIDA. 




*Villa Park, 

Walnut, 

«Warner, Agua Caliente, 

West Hartley, 

*Westminster, Ocean View, 

*Whittier Reform School, 


45 
37 
41 
24 
65 
60 


Jacksonville, 
Endeavor, 
Killarney, 

Pensacola, Pleasant Grove, 
Santa Rosa, Jakes Bayou, 


35 
31 
19 
34 
13 


Willow, 


34 




132 


Willow Creek, 
Woodside, 


35 
45 


GEORGIA. 






Burroughs, Millers Station, 


16 


Members, 


5,877 


Five Forks, Zoar Mission, 


62 


Schools, 


168 


Rome, 


78 






Thomson's Mill, Clencham Mission, 144 




* Schools in Southern California 






292 


COLORADO. 




ILLINOIS. 




Aguilar, 
Akron, 


45 
40 


Allen Springs, 
Alton, 


42 
61 


Avon, 


35 


Amery, 


47 


Barr, 


25 


Ashkum, 


45 


Barry, 
Beaver Creek, 


40 


Attville, 


48 


15 


Aurora, 


116 


Berwind Mine, 


25 


Beech wood. 


85 


Boviiia, 


25 


Bowen, 


35 


Buffalo Creek, 


25 


Braceville, 


45 


Chandler Creek, 


28 


Oalvin, 


43 


Cope, Harmony, 

Crystal, 

De Beque, " Sunbeam," 

Denver ISIills, 


15 

25 


Carlinville, 

Centennial, Crescent City, 


53 
45 


20 


Chesterfield, Hazelwood, 


54 


57 


Chesterfield, Albany, 


2 


Olive Branch, 


150 


Chicago, Armour Mission, 


2,200 



1893.] 



SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 



373 



Name. 


Membership. 


IOWA. 




Chicas;o, Avondale, 


50 


Name. Membership. 


Austin, 


99 


Black Hawk Township, 


50 


Bridgeport, 


127 1 


Bowen's Prairie, 


36 


Chinese, 


55 


Buckeye, 


61 


Crawford Ave., 


44 


Burdette, 


39 


Deering, 


30 


Carnforth, 


37 


Doremus, 


512 : 


Cedar Rapids, 


154 


East Side Mission, 


212 


Clarion, 


30 


Forest Ave. 


181 


College Springs, 


70 


Fort Hill, 


45 


Davenport, Bethlehem, 
Deanville, 


431 


Grace, 


265 


31 


Graceland, 


151 


Dubuque, W. Hill, 


70 


Grand Ave., 


145 


Earling, 


48 


Gould, 


40 


East Sumner, 


50 


House of Hope, 


62 


Elk Run, 


45 


Hoyne Ave., 


250 


German Township, 


70 


Jefferson Park, 


58 


Glen Ellen, 


60 


Lakeside, 


55 


Harris, 


29 


Lawndale Mission, 


60 


Hawarden, 


50 


Maple wood, 


135 


Hayfield, 


30 


ISIayflower Chapel, 


193 


Iowa City, 


169 


Mayflower, Englewood, 


168 


Laddsdale, 


48 


Morgan Park, 


35 


Lakeside, North, 


90 


Morton Park, 


28 


Linden District, 


35 


Ninety-eighth St., 


150 


Mason Township, 


52 


North Robey St., 


225 


Mercer Centre, 


118 


Oaklev. 


356 


Muscatine, 


154 


Orchard Place, 


40 


North Riverside, 


46 


Pennock, 




Old Man's Creek, 


25 


Porter Memorial, 


416 


Pixley Park, 


34 


Pullman, 


210 


Rodney, 


45 


St. Matthew, 


40 


Smithland, 


45 


Sedgwick St., 


746 


Thompson, 


40 


Seventy-third St., 


62 


Ticenic, 


35 


Shermerville, 


75 


Van Buren, 


48 


Summit Hill, 


37 


Waverly, North Branch, 


100 


Thirteenth St., 


262 


Whiting, 


100 


Union Foundry, 


25 


Woden, 


30 


Washington Park, 


130 






Wicker Park, 


18 


Members, 


2,605 


Christopher, 


30 


Schools, 


37 


Elgin, 


126 






Grape Creek, 
Hagaman, 


125 
35 


KANSAS. 




Harrison, 


77 


Brookville Mission, 


30 


Hartland, 


105 


Ellis Mission, 


45 


HoUowayville, 


45 


Glen Sherrald, 


45 


Ingottville, Chebanse, 
Kewanee, 


22 
50 


Liberty, 
Marena, 


40 
64 


Leffingwell, 


33 


McFarland, 


30 


Loceyville, 
Milk Grove, 
Oswego, 


55 
58 
60 


Madman's Bottom, 
Verbeck, 


48 
20 


Peoria, 1st, 


96 




322 


" Pilgrim, 


167 






" Aveyville, 


85 


MASSACHUSEirS. 




" Union, 


301 






Pleasant Hill, 


30 


Boston, Hope Chapel, 


360 


Quincy, 


112 


Old Colony, 


205 


Rockport, 


30 


Day's Chapel, 


153 


Rockville, 


39 


Winthrop Hall, 


110 


Sanburn, 


31 


Western Avenue, 


63 


Sterling, 


57 


Park Street Branch, 


170 


Teague Grove, St. Johns, 


34 


Shawmut Branch, 


325 


Thawville, 


58 


Brighton Branch, 


84 


Winfield, 


30 


Dedham Branch, 


134 


Woodburn, 


36 


Phillips Branch, 


129 






Phillips Chapel, 


405 


Jlembers, 


10,638 


Maverick Chapel, 


264 


Schools, 


82 


Marcella Street Home, 


35 



374 



CONGEEGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Name. Membership. 


Name. Membership. 


Boston, Berkeley Teinple,Armeiiian, 33 


Sault Ste. Marie, 


28 


Berkeley Temple, Chinese, 


no 


Scammon, 


36 


Miss Carter's, Chinese, 


168 


Scipio, 


.30 







Smith's Corners, 


48 


Members, 


2,748 


Solon, 


30 


Schools, 


16 


Spriugvale, 


43 






Stanton, 


71 


MICHIGAN. 




Sturgeon River, 


28 


Alamo, Finch, 


38 


Sugar Island, 
Vermontville, Wells District, 


13 
30 


"Williams, 


30 


West, 


40 


Liberty St., 


40 


Union City, 


42 


AUegau, 


25 


Wacousta, 


49 


Almout, 


44 


West Branch, Edwards Township 


25 


Alpena, Long Lake, 


25 


Horton Township, 


42 


Lake Street, 
Ann Arbor, 
Atlanta, 


130 
42 
25 


W. Branch Township, 
Withey, 


29 
30 


Bass River, 


37 


Members, 


4,161 
80 


Benzonia, North Homestead, 


25 


Schools. 


Demerly, 


30 






Big Rapids, Dane, 
Van Gilder, 


25 
70 


MINNESOTA. 




Rodney, 


25 


Alexandria, Union Lake, 


35 


Mission, 


30 


Appleton, 


37 


Big Rock, 
Bolton, 


30 


Austin, 


25 


30 


Barnesville, 


40 


Butternut, 


31 


" Branch, 


35 


Cedar Lake, 


22 


Benson, Perseverance, 


19 


Ceresco, 


50 


Shell Lake, 


38 


Churches Corners, South Adams, 


68 


. Big Lake, Bailey Station, 


45 


Taylor District, 


30 


Brownton, Sumpter, 


32 


Cheboygan, 


25 


Campbell, Tenney, 


82 


Clinton, 


GO 


Dawson, Maxwell, 


34 


Columbus, 


60 


Baxter Boyd, 


14 


Corintli, 


51 


Detroit City, McHugh, 


24 


Delhi Mills, 


45 


Wright, 


25 


Detroit, 


221 


Duluth, Union Mission, 


75 


Ed more, 


30 


Elim, Swedish, 


35 


Ensign, 


25 


Ellsworth, Grand Prairie, 


35 


Fields, 


25 


Fairmont, Hall, 


35 


Fruitport Branch S. S., 


35 


Fertile, Tilden, 


20 


Rimer, 


37 


Liberty, 


25 


Germfask, 


29 


Fosston, Houseville, 


35 


Grand Morais, 


30 


Erskine, 


30 


Grand Rapids, Houseman Street, 


13G 


Midway, 


35 


Mayflower, 


60 


Spring Lake, 


40 


Hammond's Bay, 


34 


Evergreen, 


35 


Harrison, 


64 


Maple Ridge, 


25 


Hunt's Spur, 


28 


Glencoe, Biscay, 


43 


Isabella, 


18 


Glenwood, Terrace, 


35 


Jackson, 


153 


Thorson, 


40 


JeiSerson, 


45 


Grand Meadow, Elkton, 


55 


Kalamazoo, 


08 


Granite Falls, Stony Run, 


25 


Kinney, 


50 


Harris, 


33 


Lake Linden, 


100 


Hawley, Muskoda, 


32 


Lansing, Plymouth Branch, 


224 


Silver Lake, 


40 


Mayflower, 


101 


Lac Qui Parle, 


25 


Leslie, 


40 


Lake Belt, 


30 


Manistee, Maxwell, 


192 


Little Falls, West Side, 


66 


North side, 


110 


Little Elk, 


35 


Mapleton, 


30 


Maukato, West, 


75 


Moran, 


30 


South Bend, 


35 


Nunica, 


90 


Mantorville, Bethel, 


50 


Orchard Hill, 


37 


Maple Ridge, Swedish, 


50 


Otsego, 


26 


Mapleton, 


40 


Pt. Huron, Pioneer, 


90 


Maplewood, 


25 


Ross, 


107 


Marietta, 


20 


Upton, 


44 


Marshall, Green Valley, 


30 


Gravel Road, 


24 


Medford, RedS. H., 


30 


Rudyard, 


31 


New Hope, 


20 


Sack Bay, 


40 


Elwood, 


25 



1898.] 


SUNDAY 


SCHOOLS. 


375 


Name. 


Membership. 


MONTANA. 




Minneapolis, Bethesda, 


100 


Name. Membership. 


Bethel, 


236 


Baxendale, 


30 


Immiinuel, 


205 


Bonner, 


30 


Newsboys, 


70 


Canyon Ferry, 


35 


Centi-al, 




Hecla, 


25 


Puritan, 


120 


Horr, 


25 


Olivet, 


60 


Lincoln, 


35 


North town, 


68 


Laurel, 


30 


Edina, 


50 


Melrose, 


25 


St. Louis Park, B., 


35 


York, 


35 


Maple Hill, 


160 






Lowry Hill, Swedish, 


20 




280 


First Scandinavian, 


40 


NEBRASKA. 




Central Avenue, 


40 


Cedarville, 


60 
60 
35 
18 


Monticello, Open Door, 
North Branch, Bradford, 


.35 
35 


Curtis, Branch, 


Northfield, "Waterford, 


55 


Lakeside, 


Green vale. 


40 


Neligh, 

Ponca Reservation (Indian), 

Bay, 


27 


West Side, 
Osage, Henrietta, 


35 
25 


40 
30 


Owatonna, Laniond, 


55 


Bohemian, 


25 




270 


Pelican Rapids, Wallace, 
Branch, 


35 
25 


NEW MEXICO. 


Pillsbury, Lake Beauty, 


26 


Albuquerque, Atrisco, 


100 


Rendsville, 


40 


Bare las. 


100 


St. Charles, Saratoga, 


46 


Carthage, 
Clayton, 


25 


St. Cloud. Quarries, 


30 


75 


St. Paul, Bohemian, 




Folsom, 


50 


Brainerd Avenue, 


58 


San Antonio, 


50 


Western Avenue, 


49 


Santa Fe, 


40 


University Avenue, 


30 







Forest Street, 


110 




440 


Summit Park, 


36 


NORTH DAKOTA. 




Cherokee Avenue, 


32 


Adrian, 


22 


Desnoyer Park, 


30 


Antelope, 


20 


Tatum Memorial, 


80 


Arrowood, 


25 


Sherburne, Silver Lake, 


70 


Arvilla, 


25 


Hope, 


40 


Avon, North wood, 


35 


Springfield, Sanborn, 


45 


Belfield, 


25 


Staples, Gushing, 


30 


Bellevyria, 


50 


Stephen, 


30 


Bingham, Caledonia, 


40 


Sterling, 


40 


Bisbee, 


25 


Still Water, South, 


51 


Brandt, Forman, 


20 


Verndale, Thomaston, 


35 


Butter field, Valley City, 


22 


Wabasha, Minneiska, 


80 


Clifford, 


30 


Welcome, 


40 


Colgate, 


30 


West Dora, 


30 


Cottonwood Lake, Sylcestoa, 


24 


Winona, Lakeside, 


142 


Cramer, Eckelsou, 


20 


Gilmore Valley, 


31 


Dunbar, Fornnan, 


10 


Winthrop, Gaylord, 


42 


Edendale, Cliflford, 


25 


Arlington, 


20 


Einbeltz, Wells, 


25 


Wisconsin Union, 


30 


Elma, Hankinson, 


a5 


WorthingtoD, Dewald, 


50 


Fargo, Bethel, 


46 


Lorain, 


60 


Ft. Totten, 


140 


Wyanette, Swedish, 


35 


Glenlield, 


41 


Zumbrota, Hader, 


40 


Grafton, Mooreton, 


17 






Gray Green, Valley City, 


20 


Members, 


4,876 


Hebron, 


25 


Schools, 


105 


Helena, Cooperstown, 


20 


MISSOURI. 




Hofifmergsvoll, Kiver, 
Hughes, Sykeston, 


15 
25 


Kansas City, Plymouth, 


200 


Hutchinson, Caledonia, 


40 


St. Clair, Brush Creek, 


40 


Independence, Ft. Berthold, 


22 


Mission, 


45 


Larrabee, 


25 


St. Louis, Bethany, 


131 


Logan, 


20 


Bethlehem, 


250 


Melvin, Jamestown, 


28 


Manchester Road, 


50 


Montpelier, 


25 


Maplewood, 


60 


Mount Pleasant, Windsor, 


28 


Springfield, Ozark Heights. 


45 


Northwood, 


50 







Oshkosh, 


20 




821 


Pleasant Valley, Arthur, 


30 



376 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893, 



Name. Membership. 


Name. Membership. 


Pleasant Valley, Cando, 


35 


Dora, 


39 


Pleasant View, Cooperstown, 


30 


Doviglass, 


36 


Ransom, 


20 


JDyre District, MUton, 


18 


Ridgway, Grandin, 


35 


ttEagle Creek, 


25 


Sabin, Jamestown. 


25 


JEight Mile, Boyd, 


25 


Sentinel Butte, 


25 


Empire, 

tEola, 


80 


Sheyenne, 


30 


40 


Sims, 


30 


Fairvale, Shattuek, 


30 


South Heart, 


25 


Fern wood, Portland, 


25 


Taylor, 


20 


t Fir Grove, Sodaville, 


30 


Unity, Sykeston, 


25 


Freewater, 


54 


Viking, North, 


17 


tFulton, Pendleton. 


40 


West Valley, Oberon, 


25 


JGable Creek, 31itchell, 


18 


Willdo. 


25 


Garden Valley, Wilbur, 


24 


Willow City, 


25 


Glendale, 


.30 


Windsor, 


30 


Glenwood, 


31 


Ypsilanti, 


35 


tGoshen, 


50 







Grand Rapids, Jewell, 


25 


Members, 


1,614 


JGrande Ronde, 


37 


Schools, 


56 


Hay Creek, 


15 


OHIO. 




tHazelia, Os^vego, 
Hilgard, 


23 
74 


Akron, Welsh, 


89 


Holbrook, 


31 


Bath, 


70 


t Hudson, 


32 


Burton Station, 


60 


lone, 


70 


Ceylon, 


60 


Iowa Hill, Farmiugton, 


29 


Cincinnati, Price Hill, 


80 


tKamela, 


25 


Cleveland, Detroit Street, 


84 


Kellogg, „ , , ^ 


70 


Columbus, West Goodale Street, 


91 


Lamper Creek, Parkersburgh, 


25 


Dayton, Browntown, 


130 


ILatourell, 


35 


Ehart, 


60 


j: Laurel Grove, Grant's Pass, 


30 


Farmdale, 


80 


Leland, New Era, 


40 


Harbor, Finn, 


31 


JLiberty, Santraiii, 


32 


Lake Shore, 


60 


Liberty, Boyd, 


25 


Northwood, 


50 


JLyda, Fir, 


31 


Kirtland, Park District, 


56 


JMeadow Creek, Toledo, 


25 


Chain Factory, 
Leroy Center, 


72 


Melville, 


43 


60 


t Middle Ridge, Sodaville, 


35 


Macedonia Depot, 


85 


Mission Ridge, lone, 


73 


Nickel Plate, 


60 


ttMist, 


26 


Richfield, Oak Hill, 


45 


JMountain Dale, 


30 


Springfield, Cross Roads, 
Sweden, English, 
Toledo, Bethany, 

Birmingham, 
Walbridge, 


71 


Mountain Home, Brownsville, 


39 


186 


J Oak Creek, Corvallis, 


24 


225 


Oak Grove, Forest Grove, 


31 


165 


Palatine Hill, Portland, 


30 


75 


Parkersburgh, 


20 


Zanesville, Terrace, 


75 


Perry, 


34 






Phelps District, 


24 


Members, 


2,120 


Pilot Rock, 


25 


Schools, 


25 


Pleasant Valley, Forest Grove, 


35 






JPleasant View, Pendleton, 


40 






*Portland, Front St., 


88 


OKIiAHOMA. 




East 20th St., 


50 


Cooper Creek, 




Highlaud.s, 


70 


Deer Creek, 




JProspect Park, 


25 


Fairview, 




Rick Real, 


60 


Oak Grove, 




t River ton, 


25 


Otter Creek, 




JRock Creek, Keasey, 


18 


Partridge, 




|Roy, Ingles, 


.30 


Perkins Mission, 




tSchulmerick, Hillsboro', 


38 


Prairie Grove, 




JSea Side, 


20 


Speer, 

OREGON. 




Tillamook, 


20 




tUmatilla, 
tVale, 


20 
49 


Antelope, 


40 


Vine Maple, 


25 


tChadwell, 


40 


Wapato, North Yamhill, 


27 


Chinoweth, The Dalles, 


25 


Wapinitia, 


30 


tClatsop, Skipanon, 


30 


JWarren, 


25 


JCoquille, 


25 


West Union, Hillsboro', 


41 


Cross Keys, 


25 


JWheeler, 


19 


Dilley, Forest Grove, 


38 


Willard, 


56 


tDistrict, No. 83, Forest Crove, 


10 


1 t Willow Creek, Grizzly, 


15 



1893.] 



SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 



377 



Name. Membership. 


Name. Memberehlp. 


*Wilsonville, 


53 


Sunny Hill, Artesian, 


27 


JWolf Creek, 


30 


Swan Creek, Bowdle, 


31 






The Gulch, 


20 


Members, 


2,851 


Touch-the-Cloud (I.), Lester, 


65 


Schools, 


82 


Two Kettle (I.), Little Bend, 


27 






Vermont City. Loyalton, 


45 




* Misaion Schools. 




Virginia, Hudson, 


54 


t" Union" Schools. 




Walshtown, 


32 


t Summer Schools and those in session 


Webb, Bloomington, 


32 


a part of the year. 




West Brauch, 


40 






Wheeler, 


,32 


SOUTH DAKOTA. 




White Horse (I), Cheyenne Ag. 


40 


Bazille, Santee Ag-., Neb., 


21 







Belle Prairie, Iroquois, 


27 


Members, 


2,703 


Bethany, Sioux Falls, 


54 


Schools, 


72 


Brid£>eport, 
Buck, Drakola, 
Cheyenne, 
Coteau, Huron, 


15 
25 
25 
15 


UTAH. 

Bountiful, 

Farmington, 

Heber, 

Hnntsville, 

Lehi, 

Salt Lake City, Burlington, 


30 
25 
35 
25 
40 
170 


Duncan, Gann Valley, 
Eden, Fauston, 
Eureka, 
Fair View, 


28 
46 
40 
25 


False Bottom, 
Fountain, Brookings, 


36 
37 


Sandy, 
West Jordon, 


50 
50 


Grand Meadow, Artesian, 


30 




425 


Grand River (1), Fort Yates, 


160 




Grand River (2), Fort Yates, 


140 


VER3IONT. 




Grand View, 

Green Mountain, Waterbury, 


32 
18 


Bennington, Bushnell District, 
Guilford, 


40 

2» 


Harmony, Armour, 


40 


Sunderland, 


20 


Hawkeye Valley, Ada, 
Hayward, 


40 
20 


Woodford, 


18 


Hiddenwood, Bangor, 


32 




103 


Highland, 
Highland, 


20 

20 


WASHINGTON. 




Hillside, 


15 


Alderton, 


47 


Hillsview, 


24 


Amboy, 


45 


Holabird, 


25 


Arctic, 


25 


Jackson, Hillsview, 


27 


Bangor, 


29 


Kirkwood, Springfield, 


35 


Bear Creek, Spokane, 


25 


Laketon, Arlington, 


18 


Beaver Creek, Silver, 


20 


Lame Johnnie, 3Iarvin, 


55 


Bemis, 


20 


Lone Teee Lake, 


50 


Beulah, 


64 


Lookout Mound, Centerville, 


20 


Blue Canyon, 


30 


Lynndale, Fauston, 


49 


Bossburg, 


20 


McNabe. 


30 


Brinnon, 


25 


McVey, Hudson, 


28 


Browns June, Elbe, 


25 


Marvin, 


24 


Brownsville, Edison, 


30 


Mayfield, 


22 


Cathlamet, 


30 


Millard, 


15 


Chattaroy, 


20 


INIorris, 


26 


Chelan Falls, 


20 


Mount Hope, Bailey, 


26 


Chester, 


30 


Ola, 


30 


Clinton, 


18 


Park Street (I.), 


20 


Conconnully, 


40 


Pleasant Grove, Dover, 


35 


Copei Mt., Waitsburg, 


14 


Elk Point, 


52 


Croverdale, Kalama, 


25 


Pleasant Hill, 


25 


Crystal Springs, 


19 


Plea.sant Ridge, Palisades, 


45 


Custer, 


28 


Ponca (I.), Neb., 


21 


Duckabush, 


20 


Prairie Flower, Artesian, 


52 


Egypt, 


22 


Prosper Union, Armour, 


33 


Endeavor, WaUa Walla, 


45 


Rapi.l City Mission, 


50 


Eureka, 


30 


Reese, HoAvard, 


30 


Fairview, Winthrop, 


25 


Santee, 


207 


Fertile Valley, West Branch, 


30 


Sharon, Colvin, 


37 


Foot Hill, Spokane, 


24 


Sheridan, 


20 


Four Corners, 


30 


South Valley, De Smet, 


35 


Gettysburg, 


26 


Spokane, 


30 


Green River, Slaughter, 


33 


Spring Lake, Hetland, 


33 


Greenwood, 


.30 


Spring Lake, 


35 


Griffith's Corner, 


35 


Springs, 


33 


1 Happy Valley, Brinnon, 


20 



378 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Name. 


Membership. 


Name. 




Membership. 


Harrison, 


15 


Butternut Lake, 




19 


Hartford, 


53 


Cable. 




18 


Hatton, 


19 


Cashton, 




55 


Haynie, 


28 


Drummond, 




36 


Hazel Point, Bangor, 


25 


Fargo. 




46 


Helmer, 


28 


Green Bay, Oak Grove, 


58 


Highland, Houghton, 


15 


Hawthorne, 




27 


Island Center, Blakely, 


25 


Hersey, 




37 


Kelly, South Prairie, 


30 


Houghton, 




39 


Kennewick, 


20 


Iron River, 




55 


Kiona, 


45 


Kimberly, 




36 


Lake City, 


30 


Madison, Pilgrim, 




65 


Laurel, West Ferndale, 


25 


Mason, 




45 


Lillewaup, 


15 


Mason, Maple Ridge, 




25 


Lind, 


30 


Mineral Lake, 




24 


Little Falls, 


28 


New Lisbon, 




34 


Lone Rock, Seabeck, 


10 


North Crandou, 




26 


Long Beach, 


69 


Oakdale, 




40 


Loon Lake, 


35 


Peck, 




20 


Marengo, Chard, 


20 


Pratt, 




37 


Michigan Prairie, 


30 


Prentice, 




80 


Midland, 


20 


River Falls, 




81 


Milan, 


20 


South Range, 




30 


Mill Creek, Colville, 


23 


Spring Valley, 




56 


Milton, Star Lake, 


25 


Stoughton, Dunkirk, 




25 


Mima, Gate City, 


41 


Token, 




40 


Mission, 


25 


Tomah. Dodgeville, 




35 


Mukilteo, 


30 


Wood Dist., 




45 


Ohop, 


26 








Oro, Loomis, 


27 


Members, 




1.306 


•Paha, 


31 


Schools, 




32 


Palouse, Berry, 


40 








Ream, 


45 


WY03IING. 




Paradise Valley, YeAV, 


20 


Beulah, 




20 


Pilchuck, 


17 


Bonanza, 




22 


Pine Creek, 


20 


Hyattville, 




26 


Port Blakely, 
Port Madison, 


35 

24 


Ogden, Sundance, 
Otto, 




30 
23 


Providence, 


12 








Puget City, 


28 






121 


Quilayute, No. 1, 


57 








No. 2, 
Redmond, 


30 
35 


SUMMARY. 




Rolling Bay, 
Ruby City, 


20 




Schools. Members. 


30 


Alabama, 


5 


199 


Seabeck, 


24 


California, 


168 


5,877 


Seattle — Columbia, 


20 


Colorado, 


40 


1,409 


Seltice, 


30 


Connecticut, 


5 


186 


Silver Lake, 


24 


Florida, 


5 


132 


Smith's Prairie, Yelm, 


40 


Georgia, 


4 


292 


South Fork, 


26 


Illinois, 


82 


10,638 


Spokane, Orphans Home, 


19 


Iowa, 


37 


2,615 


Sucatash, 


24 


Kansas. 


8 


322 


Sunshine, 


28 


Massachusetts, 


16 


2,748 


Thomas, Pialschie, 


28 


Michigan, 


80 


4,161 


Union City, 


40 


Minnesota, 


105 


4,876 


Upper Skokomish, 


25 


Missouri, 


8 


821 


Useful, Useless, 


19 


Montana, 


9 


280 


Vaughn, 


18 


Nebraska, 


7 


270 


Wallace, 


30 


New Mexico, 


7 


440 


West Branch, 


35 


North Dakota, 


56 


1,614 


Yelm, 


35 


Ohio, 


25 


2,120 






Oklahoma, 


8 


— 


Members, 


2,762 


Oregon, 


82 


2,851 


Schools, 


98 


South Dakota, 


72 


2,703 






Utah, 


8 


425 






Vermont, 


4 


103 


WISCONSIN. 




Washington, 


98 


2,762 


Athens, 


27 


Wisconsin, 


31 


1,.306 


Barnevelde, Bethel, 


30 


Wyoming, 


5 


121 


Blue Mound, 


50 









Butternut, 


65 




975 


49,271 



1893.] CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN FOREIGN LANDS. 379 



CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN FOREIGN LANDS. 



All not designated by a star (*) are working in connection with the American 
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 



Abbott, Justin E., Bombay, India, 

Adams, Lucien H., Kessab, a 

Aiken, Edwin E., Pao-ting-fu, 

Cliina 

Albrecht, Geo. E., Kyoto, Japan.. 
Allcbin, George, Osaka, Japan . .. 
Allen, Herbert M., Van, Turkey. . 
Ament, Wm. S., Peking, China. . 
*Anderson, Chas., Rob't C., [Ms.]a 
Atkinson, John L., Kobe, Japan, 
Atwater, Ernest R., Taiku, China, 
Atwood, I. J., Feu-chow -fu, China, 

Baird, John W., M6nastir, b 

*Baker, Edward P., Hilo, H. L,. . 
Ballantine, Wm 0.,M.D.,Rahuri,/, 
*Barbour, William M., McGill U., 

Montreal 

Bartlett, L., Smyrna, Turkey 

Barton, Jas. L., Harpoot, Turkey, 

Bates, F. W., Amanzimtote, c 

*Beckwith, E. G., Honolulu, ) 

Bingham. Hiram H. I. ) 

*Bird, William, Abeih, Syria.. .. 
Bissell, Henry G., Ahmednagar,/, 
Bissell, H. M., El Fuerte Sinaloa, 

Mexico 

*Bliss, Daniel, President of Syrian 

Protestant College, Beirut, Syria, 

Blodget, H., Peking, China 

Bond, Elias, Kohala, H.I. 

Bridgman, H. M., Umzumbi, c . . 
Browne. J. K., Harpoot, Turkey, 
Bruce.Henry J., Satara,W. India, 

Bunker, Fred R., East Africa 

Cary, Otis, Kyoto, Japan 

Case, Alden B. , Parral, Mexico. . 
Chambers, W. N.,Erzroom, Turkey 

Chandler, John S., Madura, e 

Chaunon, Irving M., Kusaie, (/ 

Chapiii, F. M., Lin-Ching, China, 
Christie, T. D., Tarsus, Turkey. . 
Clapp, Dwight H., Tai-ku, China, 
Clark, Albert W., Prague, Au.stria, 
Clark, C. A., Kumamoto, Japan. . 
Clarke, J. F., Samokov, Bulgaria, 
Clarke, William P., " 
Cole, Royal M., Ritlis, Turkey . . . 
Crawford, L. S., Broosa, Turkey. . 
Crawford, Matthew A., Hermo- 

Killo, Mexico 

Curtis, Wm. L., Niigata, Japan.. 
Curtis, William W., Sendai, Japan, 
*Dan(6rth, Jas. R., Liege, Belgium, 
Davis, Francis W., Tai-ku, China, 
Davis, Jerome D., Kyoto, Japan. . 





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•77 


'77 


'74 


•88 


'(i9 


'73 


•9'^ 


•92 


•81 


'82 


'72 


'72 


'72 




'85 


'85 


•81 


'87 


'(i1 


'67 


'85 


'85 


'87 


'87 


'57 


•87 


'56 


'56 


'.52 


'53 


'92 


'92 


'82 


'82 


'.55 


'55 


'.54 


'54 


'40 


'41 


'HO 


'HO 


'75 


•75 


'fi2 


'62 


'89 


'91 


'77 


'78 


'81 


'84 


'79 


'79 


'73 


'73 


'88 


'90 


'80 


'80; 


'77 


'77! 


'84 


•84| 


'68 


'721 


'87 


•87 


'59 


■59 


•91 


•91 


'67 


■68 


'79 


'86 


'79 


'82! 


'89 


'90! 


7V 


■771 


•68 


'90 


89 


'89 


'69 


'71 



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DeForest, JohnH., Sendai, Japan, *71 

Dewey, Willis C. , Mardin, Turkey, '77 '77 

Dorward, James C, Umzumbi, c, '89 '90 

Dwight, Henry O., a '80 

Eaton, J. D., Chihuahua, Mexico, '72 

El wood, Willis P., Madura '91 

Emerson, Oliver P., Sec. ,17 '71 

Fairbank, Edward, Ahmednagar, 

India '93 

Fairbank, Henry, Ahmednagar, f, '86 
Fairbank, Samuel B., Wadale, /. . '45 
*Fairfield, Edmund B., Lyons, ) "45 
*Fairfield, G. D. [Mich.] France, ) '89 
Farnsworth, W. A., Cesarea, Tur- 
key '52 

Fay, Wm. E. , Kamondongo, West 

Africa '81 

Fowle, James L., Cesarea, Turkey, '78 

Fuller, Americus, Aintab, a '62 

Gates, Lorin S., Sholapur, India. . '75 

Goodenough, H. D., Umvoti, c... '81 

Goodrich, C, Tung-cho, China... '64 

Greene, Daniel C, Tokyo, Japan. . '69 

Greene, Fred. D., Yan, Turkey. . . '88 

Greene, Joseph K., a '58 

Gulick, John T., Osaka, Japan. . . '64 
Gulick, O. H., Kumamoto, Japan, '62 
Gulick, S. L., Kumamoto, Jnpau, '86 
Gulick, Thos. L., Makawao, H. I., 70 
Gulick, William H., San Sebas- 
tian, Spain '74 

Hager, C. R., Hong Kong, China, '82 

Harding, Charles, Sholapur, India, '56 

Hartwell, Chas., Foochow, China, '52 

Haskell, Henry C, Samokov, b.. . '62 

Haskell, Edward B., Samokov, 6. . '91 

Hazen, Allen, Sholapur, India. . . '46 

Herrick, G. F., Marsovan, Turkey, '59 '59 

Holbrook, Chas. W.,Mapumulo, c, '83!'83 

Holton, Edward P., Madura '90i^'91 

House, J. H., Samokov, Bulgaria, '7l['72 

Howland, J., Guadalajara, Mex., '82 '82 

Howland, S. W., Batticotta, d '73!'73 

Hubbard, G. H., Foochow, China, '84 '84 

Hume, E. S., Bombay, W. India, '75 '75 

Hume, Rob't A., Ahmednagar,/, '74i'74 

Hyde. Charles M., Honolulu, g. . . '62 '77 

Jeffery, Franklin E., Madura '91 '91 

Jones, John P., Madura, S. India, '78 '78 
Kilbon, C. W., Amanzimtote, Dur- 
ban, c '73 '73 

Kingman, Henry, Pao-ting-fu, 

China '88 '88 

Kingsbury, F. L., M. D., Samokov, &, '87 '81 

Knapp, George C., Bitlis, Turkey, '55 '55 



380 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Knapp, George P., Bitlis, Turkey, ' 
Lawson, Harvey M., Ahmednagar, 

India 

Learned, D. W. , Kyoto, Japan 

Lee, Lucius O., Marash, Turkey. . ' 
Locke, W.E.,Philipopolis, Bulgaria ' 
Macallum, F. W., Erzroom, Tur'y, ' 
Marsh, G.D.,Philipopolis,Bulgaria 
Mead, Willis W. , Adana, Turkey. . ' 
*Merrill, Selah, Jerusalem ...... ' 

Nelson, Charles A. , Canton, China, ' 
Newell, H. B., Nagaoka, Japan.. . 

*Noyes, William H., Japan, ' 

Olds, Otis C, Cnsihuiriachie, Mex. 
*01eson,W.B., tea., Honolulu, H.I. 

*Ostroui, A., Kohala, H. I '■ 

Ousley, B. F.,Kambini, E. Africa, 
*Papazian, Manasseh G., Aintab, 

Turkey 

Parmelee, Moses P., m. d., Trebi- 

zond, Turkey 

Pease, Edm. M., M. d., Kusaie, (/. . 
Peet, Lyman P., Foochow, China, 
Perkins, H. P., Tientsin, China.. 
Perkins, J. C, Arrupukottai, e. . . 
Pettee, J. H., Okayama, Japan . . 

Pettibone, I. Fayette, a 

Pixley, Stephen C, Suanda, c ... 
*Porter, Harvey, Syrian Protestant, 

College, Beirut, Syria [Ms.] 

Porter, H. D., m. d., Pang Chuang, 

China 

Porter, John S., Prague, Austria, 
Price, Charles W., Tai-ku, China, 

Rand, Frank E., Mokil, g 

Ransom, Charles N., Amainzimtote, 

Natal, c 

Raynolds, G. C, M.D.,Van,Turkey, 
Richardson, David H., Erzroorn, 

Turkey 

Roberts, Jas. H., Kalgan, China, 
Rowland, G. M., Tottori, Japan. . ' 





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'90 


93 


'93! 


75 


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80 


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90 


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72 


'72 


84 


'86 


M 


•91 


92 


'92 


87 


'87; 


88 


'88 


90 


'90! 


77 




58 


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'84 


'84; 


'90 


'92 


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'77 


'88 


'88 


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'82 


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'78 


•78 


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',55 


•55 


•55 


'80 


'80 


'72 


'72 


'91 


'91 


'89 


'89 


'82 


'74 


'90 


•90 


'71 


•79 


'89 


•89 


'77 


'77 


86 


'86 



Sanders, Chas. S., Aintab,Turkey, 
Sanders, W. H., Kamondongo, W. 

Africa 

Severance, C. M., Tottori, Japan, 
Smith, A. H.,Pang Chuang,China, 
Smith, J. F., Marsovan, Turkey, 
Smith, Thomas S., Tillipally, d. . . 

Snelling, Alfred, Ruk, g 

*Somerville, W. C.,Stanstead,P.Q. 
Sprague, Wm. P., Kalgan, China, 
Stanford, ArthurW., Kyoto, Japan 
Stanley, C. A., Tientsin, China. . . 
Stover, W. M., Bail uiidu, W.Africa 
*Swing, Albert T., Berlin, Ger. . 
Taylor, John R., Hong Kong.. . . 
Taylor, W., m. d., Osaka, Japan. . 
Tewksbury,E.G.,Tung cho,China, 
*Thompson, F., Seamen's Chap- 
lain, Valparaiso, Chili [Ct.] 

Thompson, Jas. B., Fen-chow-fu, 

China 

Tracy, James E., Tirumangalam, e 
Van Allen, Frank, m.d., Madura, e, 
Walker, J. E., Shao-wu, China. . . 

Walkup, Alfred C, Kusaie, ff 

*Washburn, George, President 

Robert College, a 

Washburn, G. T., Pasumalai, e. . 
Wheeler, C. H., Harpoot, Turkey, 

White, Frank N., Tsu, Japan 

White, George E. , Marsovan, Tur., 
White, S. S., Okayama, Japan . . . 
Wilcox, Wm. C, Mapumulo, 

S. Africa 

Wilder, George A., Umtwalumi, c, 
Williams, Geo. L., Shansi, China, 
Williams, Mark, Kalgan, China. . 
Winsor, Richard, Sirur, W. India, 
Woodin, S. F., Foochow, China. . 
Wright, A. C, C. Juarez, Mexico, 
Wright, George W., Madura 



'51 

'73 '74 
•86 '86 



'91 



•91 '91 
'65 "66 
'70! '71 
'59 '59 
'86 '86 
'9ll'91 



a Constantinople, Turkey, Bible House. 

b Bulgaria, European Turkey. 

c Natal, South Africa. 

d Jaflfna, Ceylon. 

e Southern India. 

/ Western India. 

g Care of Rev. O. P. Emerson, Honolulu, Hawaii. 



N. B. — As postal directions, the places named are often inadequate, and subject to change. 
Correspondents of missionaries are advised to send their letters, enclosed, to C. N. Chapin, Con- 
gregational House, Boston. 



1893.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 381 



THE NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF 
THE CHURCHES. 



THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 
OF THE UNITED STATES.— Organized Nov. 17, 1871. 

Stated Meetinc/s, — every third year from 1871. Special meetings to be called upon 
the request e>t any five State organizations of churches. The ninth triennial 
session will be held with Plymouth church, San Francisco, Cal., probably in the 
autumn of 1895. 

Officers fob the Session of 1892. — Rev. Alonzo H. Quint, of Massachusetts, 
moderator; Byron M. Cutcheon, of Michigan, and Rev. George C. Rowe, of South 
CsiTOlina, assistant 7noderators; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, of Massachusetts, secretary; 
Rev. Wm. H. Moore, of Connecticut, registrar; Revs. E. Lyman Hood, of New 
Mexico; George Curtiss, of North Dakota, and Harmon Bross, of Nebraska, assis- 
tant registrars. 

Officers for 1892-1895. — The moderators hold office until their successors are 
chosen; and the presiding moderator appoints a committee of nominations at the 
opening of the next session. 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, re.gfjsfrar ; Rev. Samuel B. Forbes, of Connecticut, treasurer; David 
N. Camp, of Connecticut, auditor. 

Committees. — Standing. 

Provisional Committee. — Samuel B. Capen, of Massachusetts; Rev. George H. 
Wells, of Minnesota; Revs. Henry A. Hazen and Arthur Little, of Massachusetts; 
Revs. William H. Moore, and Samuel B. Forbes, of Connecticut; Rev. Alonzo H. 
Quint, of Massachusetts: Rev. James G. Merrill, of Maine; Hamilton A. Hill, of 
Massachusetts ; Revs. Julian M. Sturtevant and Marcus W. Montgomery, of Illinois. 

Publishing Committee. — Revs. Alonzo H. Quint, Albert E. Dunning, and Henry 
A. Hazen, of Massachusetts; Rev. Samuel B. Forbes and Wm. H. Moore, of Con- 
necticut. 

On Ministerial Belief. — Rev. Frederick A. Noble, of Illinois; Franklin Fair- 
banks, of Vermont; Francis J. Lamb, of Wisconsin; Walter A. Mahoney, of Ohio; 
Rev. Wm. M. Taylor, of New York; Rev. George H. Wells, of Minnesota; 
William E. Hale, of Illinois; Rev. Henry A. Stimson and James D. Cutler, of New 
York; Edwin H. Baker, of Massachusetts. 

On Temimrance. — Rev. Smith Baker, of Minnesota; William P. Frye, of Maine; 
Rev. Alvah L. Frisbie, of Iowa; Rev. Edwin B. Burrows, of New York; Eugene 
Steere, of South Dakota; Samuel B. Shapleigh, of Massachusetts; Rev. C. Fremont 
Roper, of New Hampshire. 

On Christian Unity. — Rev. Julian M. Sturtevant, of Illinois; Rev. William D. 
Hyde, of Maine; Rev. John H. Morley, of Minnesota; Rev. George E. Hall, of New 
Hampshire; Rev. Reuben A. Beard, of North Dakota. 



382 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

On Sabbath Observance. — Rev. Linus Blakesley, of Kansas; Rev. Henry S.De 
Forest, of Alabama; Samuel S. Rogers, of Illinois; Rev. Sedgwick P. Wilder, of 
Wisconsin ; Rev. Albert H. Heath, of Minnesota. 

On Union with Free Bajitists and other Denominations. — Rev. William H. Ward, 
of New York; Rev. Daniel M. Fisk, of Ohio; Revs. Samuel W. Dike and Alonzo 
H. Quint, of Massachusetts ; Rev. George E. Hall, of New Hampshire; Rev. John 
H. Morley, of Minnesota. 

On City Evangelization. — The Training of Deaconesses. — The Institutional Church. 
— Rev. Judson Titsworth, of Wisconsin; Revs. Lewis V. Price and Charles A. 
Dickinson, of Massachusetts; Rev. Charles S. Mills, of Ohio; Rev. Graham Taylor 
and William E. Hale, of Illinois; Rev. Eugeoe G. Updike, of AVi^^cousin; Rev. L. 
S. Woodworth, of Rhode Island; William A. Benedict, of Missouri. 

AD INTERIM. 

On the Relations of the Benevolent Societies to the Churches. — Samuel Johnson, 
of Massachusetts; Rev. A. Hastings Ross,* of Michigan; Rev. George R. Merrill, 
of Minnesota; Rev. Robert R. Meredith, of New York; Rev. Henry Fairbanks, 
of Vermont; Rev. Charles O. Brown, of California; John G. Haskell, of Kansas; 
Rev. Joseph H. Twichell, of Connecticut; Rev. Washington Gladden, of Ohio. 

On paying expenses of delegates. — Rev. DeWitt S. Clark, of Massachusetts; Rev. 
Jobn H. Crura, of Indiana; Rev. William A. Robinson, of New York; Tbomas E. 
Booth, of Iowa; Rev. Forrest P. Emerson, of Rhode Island; Rev. Winfield S. 
Hawkes, of Utah; Rev. Thomas McClelland, of Oregon. 

On ministerial standing. — Rev. Levi L. Paine, of Maine; Rev. Albert H. Currier, 
of Ohio; Revs. George P. Fisher and Arthur L. Gillett, of Connecticut; Rev. 
Charles S. Nash, of California; Rev. Hugh M. Scott, of Illinois; Rev. William J, 
Tucker, cf New Hampshire. 

On capital and labor. — Rev. Washington Gladden, of Ohio; Rev. Henry Hopkins, 
of Missouri; Rev. Jobn L. Scudder, of New Jersey; Pres. David S. Jordap, of 
California; Robert Newell, of North Dakota. 

On secret and social societies. — A. Lyman Williston, of Massachusetts; Revs. 
Charles A. Blanchard and Edward P. Goodwin, of Illinois; Rev. Smith Baker, of 
Minnesota; Rev. Edward Hawes, of Vermont. 

On marriage and divorce. —'Rex . Frederick A. Noble, of Illinois; Lyman D. 
Stevens, of New Hampshire; Rev. Charles H. Richards, of Pennsylvania ; Courtney 
S. Kitchel, of Wisconsin; Rev. William H. Scudder, of New York. 

On the religious needs of the army and navy. — Rev. E. Lyman Hood, of New 
Mexico; Major G. R. Baird, United States Army; Rev. Henry M. Ladd, of Ohio,-' 
Frederick W. Lyman, of Florida; Rev. Stephen M. Newman, of District of Col- 
umbia; Rev. T. Eaton Clapp, of Oregan; Rev. James H. Kyle, of South Dakota. 

On church manual. — Rev. Alonzo H. Quint, of Massachusetts; Rev. Henry C. 
Simmons, of North Dakota; Rev. Dan F. Bradley, of Michigan; Rev. George M. 
Boynton, of Massachusetts; Rev. William D. B. Gray, of South Dakota; Rev. 
Edwin S. Hill, of Iowa; Rev. William D. Williams, of California; Rev. A. Hast- 
ings Ross, of Michigan.* 

On prison reform. — Rev. Amory H. Bradford, of New Jersey; Rev. William J. 
Batt, of Massachusetts; Rev. August Drahms, of California; Rev. Hastings H. 
Hart, of Minnesota; Rev. William H. Warren, of Ohio. 

* Died May 13, 1893. 



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On Columbian Eri^osition. — Revs. James G. Johnson, Frederick A. Noble, and 
David N. Camp, of Illinois; George W. Barrows, of Maine; Rev. William H. 
Warren, of Ohio; Revs. Edward P. Goodwin, George S. F. Savage, Simeon Gilbert, 
Prof. Henry M. Scott, and Willard Scott; and E. W. Blatchford, Esq., all of 
Illinois. 

THE STATES. 

Alabama, The Congregational Association of. — Organized April 6, 1876. 

Officers: Rev. Joseph S. Jackson, Montgomery, moderator; Prof. E. C. Silsby, 
statistical secretary; Abraham Simmons, Talladega, treasurer. 

Session of 1894: Anniston, Saturday, March 31. 

Arizona. — The General Association of Arizona and New Mexico was organ- 
ized at Albuquerque, N. M., June 19, 1884. 
Officers : moderator ; 

Session of 189.3: Place and date not reported. 

Arkansas. Association of Congregational Churches. — Oi-ganized Oct. 25, 1887. 
No report. 

California, General Assocl\tion of. — Organized October, 1857. 

Officers: E. F. Woodward, Santa Rosa, moderator; Rev. James H. Warren, 
San Francisco, registrar and treasurer; Rev. Henry E. Jewett, Vacaville, statistical 
secretary. 

Session of 1893 : San Francisco, Tuesday, Oct. 3. 

California, Southern, General Association of. — Organized May 3, 1887. 

Officers: Rev. Ephraim E. P. Abbott, Sierra Madre, moderator; Rev. James T. 
Ford, Los Angeles, registrar and treasurer; Rev. Daniel H. Colcord, Monrovia, 
statistical secretary. 

Session of 1893 : Tuesday, Oct. 10. 

Colorado, Association of Congregational Churches. — Organized March 10, 

1868. 

Officers: Rev. Samuel M. Freeland, Pueblo, moderator; Rev. Manly D. Ormes, 
Colorado Springs, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1893: Denver, Tuesday, Oct. 3. 

Connecticut, General Association of. — Organized May 18, 1709. 

Officers: Rev. Joel S. Ives, Stratford, moderator; Rev. William H. Moore, 
Hartford, registrar and treasurer. 

Sessio7i of 1894: Hartford, Tuesday, June 19, at 11 o'clock a. m. 

Connecticut, General Conference of. — Organized Nov, 12, 1867. 

Officers : Henry C. Robinson, Hartford, moderator; Rev. William H. Moore, Hart- 
ford, registrar and statistical secretary; Charles A. Sheldon, New Haven, treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : Tuesday, Nov. 20. 

District of Columbia. — In The Congregational Association of New Jersey. 

Florida, General Congregational Association of. — Organized Dec. 6, 1883. 

Officers: W. R. O'Neil, Orlando, moderator; Rev. Sullivan F. Gale, Jack- 
sonville, statistical secretary, and treasurer. 

Session of 1894: Tampa, Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 

Georgia Congregational Convention. — Organized Dec. 3, 1890. 

Officers: Rev. Simeon C. McDaniel, Atlanta, moderator; Rev. Cyrus W. Francis, 
Atlanta, registrar; Rev. William F. Brewer, Atlanta, treasurer. 

Session of 1894; Macon, Wednesday, April 4. 

Idaho. — Associated with Utah. 



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Illikois, General Congregational Association of. — Organized June 21, 1844. 

Officers: Rev. William A. Waterman, Geneoeo, moderator; Rev. Martin K. 
Whittlesey, Ottawa, registrar, treasurer, and statistical secretary. 

Session of 1894 : Monday, May 14. 

Indiana, General Association of the Congregational Churches and Min- 
isters IN. — Organized March 13, 1858. 
Officers: Rev. John W. Wilson, Indianapolis, moderator; Rev. Nathaniel A. 

Hyde, Indianapolis, secretary and treasurer. 
Session of 1894 : Fort Wayne, Tuesday, May 8, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 

Indian Territory. — Not associated. 

Iowa, General Association of. — Organized Nov. 6, 1840. 

Officers: R. M. Haines, Grinnell, moderator; Rev. James B. Chase, Toledo, 
registrar and treasurer. 

Sessio7i of 1894: Newton, Tuesday, May 15, at 7.45 o'clock p. m. 

Kansas, General Association of. — Organized August, 1855. 

Officers: Rev. Linus Blakeslee, Topeka, moderator; Rev. George H. Perry, Good- 
land, registrar and statistical secretary ; Rev. Jas. G. Dougherty, Kansas City, 
treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : Emporia, Thursday, May 3. 

Louisiana Congregational Association. — Organized Jan. 26, 1870. 

Officers: Rev. George W. Henderson, New Orleans, moderator; John L. Wimby, 
109 S. Dorgenois Street, New Orleans, .scribe; William Dunn, New Orleans, 
treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : New Orleans, Friday, Feb. 2. 
Maine, General Conference of. — Organized Jan. 10, 1826. 

Officers: Galen C. Moses, Bath, moderator; Rev. Edgar M. Cousins, Cum- 
berland Mills, corresponding secretary; Dea. Elnathan F. Duren, Bangor, recording 
secretary and chairman of committee of publication; Dea. Joseph S. Wheelwright, 
Bangor, treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : Bangor, Tuesday, June 19. 

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: Thomas Weston, Newton, moderator; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, Au- 

burndale, secretaiy; Rev. Albert G. Bale, Melrose, registrar; William A. Paine, 

52 Devonshire Street, Boston, treasurer; Rev. Alpheus C. Hodges, Buckland, 

secretary of committee on the work of the churches. 
Session of 1894: Pittsfield, Tuesday, May 15. 

Michigan, Congregational Association of. — Organized Oct. 11, 1842. 

Officers: Edward L. Wright, Hancock, moderator; Rev. John P. Sanderson, 
Detroit, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : Kalamazoo, Tuesday, May 15, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 

Minnesota, General Congregational Association of. — Organized Oct. 23, 1856. 

Officers: Rev. Jesse F. Taintor, Rochester, moderator; Rev. Samuel W. Dick- 
inson, 699 Ravine Street, St. Paul, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1893 : Tuesday, Sept. 19. 

Mississippi Congregational Association. — Organized March 31, 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Frank G. Woodworth, Tougaloo, moderator; Rev. Charles L. 
Harris, Meridian, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : Thursday, March 22, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 



1893.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATrONS Of" CHtlRCHES. 38^5 

Missouri, General Association of the Congregational Churches of. — 

Organized Oct. 27, 1865. 

Officers: Rev. John H. Williams, Kansas City, moderator; Rev. James F. Field^. 
Amity, secretary. 

Session of 1894 : Springfield, Tuesday, May 8. 

Montana, Conference of Congregational Churches of. — Organized' June- 

17, 1884. 

Officers: Rev. Orville C. Clark, Missoala, moderator; Rev. William S. Bell . 
Helena, acting registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1893: Missoula, Tuesday, Oct. 10. 

Nebraska, Congregational Association of. — Organized Aug. 8, 1857. 

Officers: Rev. John J. Parker, Norfolk, moderator; Rev. Harmon Bross, 2904 Q> 
St., Lincoln, stated clerk and treasurer. 

Session of 1893: Beatrice, Monday, Oct. 16, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. 

Nevada. — In the General Association of California. 

New Hampshire, General Association of. — Organized June 8, 1809. 

Officers: Rev. George E. Hall, Dover, moderator; Rev. Charles F. Roper Wesfe 
Concord, secretary; Rev. Samuel L. Gerould, Hollis, statistical secretary and' 
treasurer. 

Session of 1893: Concord, Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 7 p. m. 

Ne-w Jersey, Congregational Association of. — Organized Jurte 2, 1869. 

Officers: Rev. .John L. Scudder, Jersey City, moderator; Rev. Cornelius H. Pat- 
tou, Westfield, secretary; James M. Allen, Newark, treasurer. 

Session of 1894: Baltimore, Md., Tuesday, April 17. 

New Mexico. —With Arizona. 

New York, General Association of. — Organized May 21, 1834. 

Officers: Rev. William E. Park, Gloversville, moderator; Rev. James Deane; 
Crown Point, secretary; Rev. George H. Bailey, Franklin, treasurer. 

Session of 189i: Binghamton, Tuesday, May 15. 

North Carolina Conference. — Organized May 26, 1879. 

Officers: Rev. Frank W. Sims, Wilmington, moderator; Rev. Asher W. Curtis,. 
Raleigh, registrar; Rev. John E. B. Jewett, Beaufort, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1893: Salem, Thursday, Sept. 28. 

North Dakota, General Congregational Conference. — Organized 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Edwin H. Stickney, Fargo, moderator; Rev. Charles H. Phillips- 
Cummings, corresponding and statistical secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1892: Mayville, Tuesday, Oct. 3. 

Ohio, Congregational Association of. — Organized June 24, 1852. 

Officers: Rev. John M. Merrill, Ashland, moderator; Rev. John G. Eraser ,- 
Cleveland, registrar, statistical secretary, and treasurer. 

Session of 1894: Walnut Hill, Cincinnati, Tuesday, May 8. 

Oklahoma, General Association of. — Organized Oct. 21, 1890. 

Officers: Rev. Arthur V. Francis, Oklahoma City, moderator; Rev. Richard B. 
Foster, Stillwater, scribe and treasurer. 

Session of 1893, Chandler, autumn. 

Oregon, Congregational Association of. — Organized July 13, 1848. 

Officers: Rev. Henry L. Bates, Eugene, moderator; Rev. Da«iel Staver, Fores* 
Grove, registrar, and treasurer. 

Session of 1893: Portland, Tuesday, Sept. 26. 



386 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1893. 

Pennstlvania Congregational Association. — Organized Oct. 14, 1886. 

Officers: Rev. John G. Evans, Plymouth, moderator; Mrs. J. T. "Waid, Ridgway, 
registrar and statistical secretary; Daniel J. Evans, Scranton, treasurer. 

Session of 1894: Johnstown, Tuesday, May 15, at 7.30 p. m. 

Rhode Island Congregational Conference. — Organized May 3, 1809. 

Officers: Rev. Andrew H. Chittenden, Providence, moderator; Rev. Thomas 
Laurie, Providence, stated secretary; A. W. Claflin, •Providence, treasurer. 

Sessioti, of 1894: Providence, Tuesday, May 29. 

■'South Carolina. — In the Georgia Congregational Convention. 

■South Dakota, The Congregational Association of. — Organized in 1871. 

Officers: Rev. George W. Shaw, Howard, moderator; Rev. William B. Hubbard, 
'Yankton, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : Redfield, Tuesday, May 15. 

Tennessee. — The General Association. — Organized Oct. 25, 1871. 

Officers: Rev. Benjamin A. Imes, Knoxville, moderator; Prof. Henry S. Bennett, 
Nashville, statistical secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1894 : Memphis, Thursday, April 5. 

Texas. — No State organization. 

1. Congregational Association of Southwest Texas.— Organized Dec. 4, 1871. 
Officers : No report has ever been received by the present editor. Is the body in 

existence ? 

2. North Texan Association. — moderator; Rev. 
Frank W. Boyle, Sherman, secretary and treasurer. 

Utah. —The Utah Association. — Organized Dec. 28, 1882. 

Officers: Rev. Samuel Rose, Provo, moderator; Rev. Frank S. Forbes, Ogden, 
secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1893: May. 

Vermont. — General Convention of Congregational Ministers and 
Churches in. — Organized June 21, 1796. Incorporated June 18, 1873. 
Officers: "William J. Van Patten, Burlington, president; Rev. Samuel L. Bates, 

Burlington, secretary; John M. Comstock, Chelsea, corresponding secretary; 

David M. Camp, Newport, treasurer. 
Sessioii of 1894: St. Johnsbury, Tuesday, June 12. 

Virginia. — In The Congregational Association of New Jersey. 

"Washington, General Congregational Association of. — Organized June 

27, 1889. 

Officers: Rev. Pres. James F. Eaton, "Walla "Walla, moderator; Rev. Horace P. 
James, Colfax, registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1893 : Seattle, Tuesday, Sept. 19. 

"West Virginia. — In Ohio Association. 

"Wisconsin, The Congregational Convention of. — Organized October, 1840. 

Officers: Rev. Albert O. "Wright, Madison, moderator; Rev. Henry A. Miner, 
Madison, permanent and statistical clerk; Rev. James K. Kilbourn, Genesee, 
treasurer. 

Session of 1893: Eau Claire, Tuesday, Sept. 26. 

"Wyoming, General Association of. — Organized 1892. 

Officers: Rev. Samuel "Weyler, Buffalo, moderator ; Rev. Howard N. Smith, Rock 
.Springs, secretary. 

Session of 1893 ; Big Horn. 



1893.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 387 



NEXT ANNUAL MEETINGS, IN ORDER OF DATE. 



New Hampshire, 

Minnesota, 

Washington, 

OregoB, 

Wisconsin, 

North Carolina, 

Oklahoma, 

California, 

Colorado, 

North Dakota, 

Montana, 

California, Southern, 

Nebraska, 

New Mexico and Arizona, 

Wyoming, 



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Concord, 
St. Paul, 
Seattle, 
Forest Grove, 
Eau Claire, 
Salem, 
Chandler, 
San Francisco, 
Denver, 
Mayville, 
Missoula, 

Beatrice, 

Big Horn, 



Tuesday, September 12. 
Tuesday, September 19. 
Tuesday, September 19. 
Tuesday, September 26. 
Tuesday, September 2G. 
Thursday, September 28 
Autumn. 

Tuesday, October 3. 
Tuesday, October 3. 
Tuesday, October 3. 
Tuesday, October 10. 
Tuesday, October 10. 
Monday, October 16. 



Louisiana, 

Florida, 

Mississippi, 

Alabama, 

Georgia, 

Tennessee, 

Texas, 

New Jersey, 

Kansus, 

Indiana, 

Missouri, 

•Ohio, 

Iowa. 

Massachusetts, 

Michigan, 

New York, 

Pennsylvania, 

South Dakota, 

Illinois, 

Rhode Island, 

Vermont, 

Connecticut Association, 

Maine, 

Connecticut Conference, 



New Orleans, 
Tampa, 

Anniston 

Macon, 

Memphis, 

Dallas, 

Baltimore, Md. 

Emporia, 

Ft. Wayne, 

Springfield, 

Cincinnati, 

Newton, 

Pittsfield, 

Kalamazoo, 

BiDghamton, 

Johnstown, 

Redfield, 

Providence, 
St. Johnsbury, 
Hartford, 
Bangor, 



Friday, February 2. 
Tuesday, February 6. 
Thursday, March 22. 
Saturday, March 31. 
Wednesday, April i. 
Thursday, April 5, 
Thursday, April. 
Tuesday, April 17. 
Thursday, May 3. 
Tuesday, May 8. 
Tuesday, May 8. 
Tuesday, May 8. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Tuesday, May 15. 
Monday, May 21. 
Tuesday, May 29. 
Tuesday, .June 12. 
Tuesday, June 19. 
Tuesday, June 19. 
Tuesday, November 20. 



ANNUAL MEETINGS OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES, 1890-91. 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. — Worcester, Mass., 
Tuesday, October 3, at 3 o'clock p. m. 

American Education Society. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., first 
Wednesday in June. 

American Congregational Association. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 
Tuesday, May 29, at 12 o'clock m. 

American Congregational Union. — Bible House, New York City, second Thurs- 
day in May. 

American Home Missionary Society. — Time and place subject to the decision 
of the Executive Committee. 

American ^Missionary Association. — In Elgin, 111., Tuesday, October 24. 

■Congregational Publishing Society. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 
Third Monday in April, at 9 o'clock a. m. 

New West Education Commission, united with the American Education Society. 

Woman's Board of Missions. — Annual meeting in Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 1894. 
Sxjecial meeting in Portland, Me., November 7-9, 1893. 

Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior. — October 24. 

Woman's Board of Missions of the Pacific. — San Francisco, Cal., Wednes- 
day, October 4. 

Woman's Home Missionary Association. — Place to be designated by the 
Directors, " last Wednesday in October." 



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EEMAEKS 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, 1892, 4,985 

Churches added to the list, 246 

Churches dropped from the list, 91 

Net addition, 155 

Total number of churches as now printed, 5,140 

Number of church members as printed Jan. 1, 1892, 525,097 

Gain in 43 States gaining, 18,047 

Loss in 6 States losing, . 419 

Total net gain, 17,628 

Total membership as now printed, 542,725 

Number in Sabbath Schools as printed Jan. 1, 1892, 625,975 

Gain in .30 States gaining, 29,847 

Loss in 19 States losing, ■ 11,040 

Total net gain, 18,807 

Add for 975 independent Sunday Schools reported from 26 States, 49,271 

Total as now printed, 694,053 

Benevolent Contributions for year as printed Jan. 1, 1892, $2,448,875 

Increase in 36 States, 8374,122 

Decrease in 13 States, 171,105 

Total net increase, 203,017 



Total amount for year now printed, $2,651,892 

Home Expenditures for year as printed Jan. 1, 1892, $6,791,607 

Increase in 30 States, $541 ,507 

Decrease in 19, " 187,022 



Total net increase, $354,486 



Total amount reported this year, $7,146,092. 



1893.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



401 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN THE 
UNITED STATES. 



REPORTED BY THE SEVERAL STATE ORGANIZATIONS. 

Tlie following is a compilation of the alphabetical lists furnished by the State 
Assoeiations and 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 comi)lete and correct list. If any names are omitted, it is because they are not 
reported by any organization in any State, or a conflict of reports leaves the editor in 
■doubt of tiie facts. 

The figures refer to pages where the name will be found in the tables, in the Vital 
Statistics, in the senice of the Benevolent Societies, of the Theological Seminaries, 
in the list of foreign missionaries. In some cases the 2)age 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 a,s 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, but a list of licentiates follows this, and 
a list of ministers of other denominations. 

Names of persons in last year's list, deceased since the issue of 1892, 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 oiir 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. 

Names of ministers without pastoral charge, as they do not occur in the preced- 
ing tables, have no numeral page reference, and in "place of it the year of ordina- 
tion is given. 



Abtott, Charles H., Grand View, Tenn. 
Abbott, Ephraim E. P.,Sierra Madre.Cal. 
Abbott, Frederick M., [HI.] 
Abbott, Ju8tin E., A. B. C. F. M. 
Abbott, Lyman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
[Abbott, Theophilus C., deceased. 
Abernethy, Henry C, Poway, Cal. 
Ablett, John C, Alton, lo. 
Ackerman, Arthur W., Sheffield, III. 
Adair, Samuel L., Osawatomie, Kan. 
Adam, J. Douglass, Manchester, Vt. 12, 5, 
Adams, Aaron C, Wetherstteld, Ct. 
Adams, Allison D., Oshkosh, Wis. 
Adams, Calvin C, Cedar Falls, lo. 
Adams, Charles D., Hanover, N H. 
Adams, Daniel E., Wellesley Hills, Mass 
Adams, Edw'd A.,8.A8h ave., Chicago, 111 
Adams, Ephraim, Waterloo, lo. 
Adams, Frank S., Reading, Mass. 
Adams, Frederick H., Arctic, R. I. 
Adams, Geo. C, Henrietta St., St. Louis,Mo 
Adams, Geo. M., Auburndale, Mass. 
Adams, Harry C, Turner's Fulls, Mass. 
Adams, Harvey, New Hampton, lo, 
Adams, Jas. A., Warren ave. .Chicago, 111, 
Adams, Jonathan E., Bangor, Me, 56, 



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102 
154 
146 
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,.346 
120 
364 
1850 



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212 
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1859 



Adams, Lucien H., A. B. C. F. M. 
Adams, Myron, Rochester, N, Y. 
Adams, Myron W,, Atlanta, Ga. 
Adams, Phelps R., Bonnie Doon, Cal. 
Adams, Silas N., South Gardiner, Me, 
Adams, Thomas J., Danielsville, Ga. 
Adams, William W., Fall River, Mass 
Adkins, James B., Onawa, lo. 
Adrian, Isaac I>J., Carpentersville, 111. 
Adriance, 8. Winchester, Winchester, Ms. 1877 
Ahnstrom, Jonas M., Jamestown, N. Y 



379 
294 
1885 
1873 
188 
130 
204 
164 
134 



Aiken, Edwin E., A. B. C. F. M. 
Aiken, Edwin J., Concord, N. H. 
Aikins, James E., Windham, Me. 
Aikman, Joseph G., Fontanelle, lo. 
Ainslie, James 8., Elkhart, Ind. 
Ainsworth, Israel, Rockport, Mass. 
Albert, John H., Stillwater, Minn. 
Albert, Michael, Kingsley, lo, 
Albertson, Ralph, Springtield, O, 
Albrecht, George E., A. B. C. F. J/. 
Alcott, William P., Boxford, Mass. 
Alden, Charles A., Schenectady, N, Y 
Alden, Ebenezer, Marshfield, Mass. 
Alden, David A., Hammond, Wis, 
Alden, Edmund K., Boston, Mass. 



16, 379 
274 
194 

158, 64 
150 
216 
252 
160 
314 
379 



12, 360 
49, 1850 



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CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Alden, Ezra J. 377 Indiana, Chicago, 111. 1858 

Alderaon, James, Rockwell, lo. 1846 

Aldrich, Benj. F., Lansing, Mich. - 234 

Aldricb, Isaac N., Wayne, Mich. 242 

Aldrich, Jeremiah K., Rye, N.H. 278 

Alexander, James, Tewksbury, Mass. 220 

Alexander, W. Herbert, Marlboro, N. H. 1891 

xVlexander, Walter S., Cambridge, Mass. 1861 

Alger, Frank G., Oneida, III. 144 

Allard, Joseph, Fall River, Mass. 204 
Allbright, William H., Dorchester, Mass. 198 

AUchin, George, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Allen, Abram B., Hannibal, Mo. 254 

Allen, Edward P., Ludlow, Mass. 1886 

Allen, Ephraim W., Brooklyn, jST. Y. 1843 

Allen, Frank H., Atchison, Kan. 170 

Allen, Frederick E., Griswold, Ct. 114 

Allen, Frederick H., Boston, Mass. 1874 

Allen, Fred L., Henniker, N. H. 276 

Allen, Herbert M., A. B. G. F. M. 279 

*Allen, Herbert O., Cleveland, O. 306 
Allen, Melvin J., Littleton. X. H. 12, 276 

Allen, Simeon O., W. Springfield, Mass. 1870 
[Allen, Warren, deceased. 

Allen, William C, Dowagiac, Mich. 230 

Allender, John, New Haven, Ct. 1868 

AUworth, John, Detroit, Mich. 1874 

AUworih, William H., Lansing, Mich. 1848 

Alvord, Aneustus, Barkhamsted, Ct. 110 

Alvord, Frederick, South Windsor, Ct. 122 

Alvord, Henry C, 8. Weymouth, Mass. 222 

Alvord, James C, Hamilton, Mass. 206 

Alvord. Lawrence C, San Diego, Gal. 1888 

Amaron, Calvin E., Bpringtield, Mass. 1879 

Ament, William S.. A. B. C. M. F. 379 
Ames. George, Williamsburg, Ky. 180, 338 

Ami, Marc, Haverhill, Mass. 1866 

Amsden, Benjamin M., Manchester, lo. 1847 

Amsden, Saniuel H., Chichester, N. H. 272 

Anderson, Anders L., Brooklyn, N. Y. 286 

Anderson, Asher, Meriden, Ct. 116 

Anderson, Charles, Covstantiuople, 379 

Anderson, Charles [Keb.] 1864 
Anderson, Charles A., San Francisco, Cal. 102 



1884 



152 



Anderson, David R., Uconomowoc, Wis. 
Anderson, Edward, Dauielsonville, Ct. 
Anderson, George P., Seattlp, Wn. 
Anderson, James A., Portland, Me. 
Anderson, Joseph, Waterbury, Ct. 
Anderson, Lars [Minn.] 
Anderson, Wllbert L., Exeter, K. H. 
Anderson, W'illiam, Imlay City, Mich. 
Andrew, Ralza E., Sloan, N. Y. 
Andrews, Chas. E., Warren, Me. 
Andrews, David W., Terre Haute, Ind. 
Andrews, Edwin N., Peshtigo, Wis. 
Andrews, George W., Talladega, Ala. 
Andrews, George W^-, Dalton, Mass. 
Andrews, Sainuel B., Chatham, Mass. 
Andrews, Stephen M., Windsor, Mass. 
Audridge, Andr. A.. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 
Andrue, Elizur, Allegan, Mich. 
Andros. J. Cowles, W. Superior, Wis. 
Angell, Marcus 8., Gr.ind Rapids, Mich. 
Angier, Marshall B..No. Granville, N. Y. 1863 
Appleton, Harry, Moline. Mich. 230 

Aplhorp, Rufus. Nottingham, O. 1861 

Archer, Marmaduke D., Mitchelville, To. 1858 
Archibald, Andr.W , Hyde Park. Mass. 12, 208 
Armes, Arza H., Franconia, N H. 274 

Armes. .losiah L., Nashua, N. H. 1846 

Arms, William F., TerryviUe, Ct. 1860 

Armsby, Lauren, Council Grove, Kan. 170 
Armstrong, Edward P., Springfield, Mass. 1881 
Armstrong, Frederick A., San Jose, Cal. 1872 
Armstrong, Julius C, Chicago, 111. 1874 

Armstrong, Lyman P., San Jose. Cal. 1891 
Armstrong, Robert S., Predion, Minn. 1856 
Armstrong, William B., Braswell, Ga. 130, 2 
Arnett, Samuel G., Millbiirn, 111. 142 



1860 



Arney, John W., Middleville, Mich. 12, 234. 

Arnold, Arthur E., Piano, Til. 144 

Arnold, Henry T., Plainlield, Ct. 120- 

Arnold, Seth A , Eddyville, lo. 158 

Arthur, Charles M., Leslie, Mich. 234 

Ashby, John H., Armada, Mich. 226 

Ashley, J. Mills, Ithaca, Mich. 1838 
Ashley, Walter H., Shelburne Falls, Mass. 218 

Asimun. Edward H., Denver, Col. 106 

Askin, John. Council Bluffs, lo 156 

Aswell, B. Frank, Lvonsville, 111. 142 

Atherton, Isaac W.. Helix, Cal. 98, 104 

Atkins, Doane R., Chicago, 111. 1877 

Atkinson, John L., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Atkin-on, William H., Lake Park, Wn. 354 

Atwater, Ernest R., ^. B. C. F. M. 12, 379 

*Atwood, Charles B. [Vl.] 1876 

Atwood, Eugene F., Wethersfield, Ct. 1875 

Atwood, Ireneus J., A. B. C. F. 3f. 379 

Aiwood. Lewis P., South Dennis, Mass. 202 

Aunks, Frank M., Leonidas, Mich. 1887 

Austin, Franklin D., Nashua, N. H. ' 1853 

Austin, Lewis A., Winter Park, Fla. 1862' 

Austin, Samuel J., Darien, Ct. 112 

Austin, Thomas J., Guthrie, Ok. 316 

Avery, Frederick D., Columbia, Ct. 112 

Avery, Henry, Montour, lo. 162 

Avery, John, Norwich, Ct. 1848 

Avery, William F., Middlebury. Ct. 116 

Axtell. Nathan G., Kensington, 111. 1857 

Ayer, Charles L., W. Stafford, Ct. 122 

Ayer, Edwin I., Clio. Mich. 228 

! Ayer, FranKlin D., Concord, N. H. 272 

i Ayers, Alfred W., David City, Neb. 264 

j Ayres, Milan C, Newton Center, Mass. 1874 

j Babb, Thomas E.,Holden, Mass. 206 

! Babbitt, James H., W. Brattleboro,Vt. 342 

Bacheler, Francis P., Hockanum, Ct. 112 

1 Backus, Jabez, Westport, Ct. 124 

I Backus, Joseph W., Plainville, Ct. 120 

Bacon, Benjamin W., Oswego. N. Y. 292 

Bacon, Edward E., Westbrook, Me. 1877 

Bacon, Henry M., Toledo, O. 314 

*Bacon, Joseph F., M.attoon, 111, 142 

Bacon, Leonard W., Norwich, Ct, 1856 

Bacon, Miles E., Standish, Mich. 240 
Bacon, Theodore D.. Essex June, 12, 6,344, .50 

Bacon, Thomas R., Berkeley, Cal. 1879 

Bacon, William F,, Medford, Mass, 1867 

Bacon, William N., Bridport, Vt. 342 

Badertscher. Gottfried [lo.] 1887 

Badger, Alfred S., Lansing, Mich. 1873 

Bagnall, Frederick, Alba, Mich. 226 

[Bailey, Alfred B., deceased. 17 
Bailey, Amos J., Seattle, Wn. 56, 1871 

Bayley, Frank T., Denver, Colo. 12, 106 

Bailey, George H., Franklin, N. Y. 288 

Bailey, Henry L.,Middletown Springs, Vt. 346 
[Bailey, Jerome 1)., deceased. 

*Bailey, Jesse, W'atertown, N. Y. 296 

Bailey, John G., Rogers, Ark. 95 

Bailey, John W.. Lockport, N. Y. 290 

*Bailey, Nelson M., Rochester, Mass. 216 

Bailey, Orange C, Chelsea, Mich. 228 
Baines, Griflfths D., Smith Center, Kan. 176 

Baird, Enoch P., Mallet Creek, O. 314 

Baird, John W., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Baird, Lucius O., Pullman. Wn. 354 

Baker, Ariel A.. Burwell, Neb. 262 

Baker, Edward P., Eilo, H. I. 379 

Baker. Ephraim H., York, Neb. 262, 4 

Baker, George, Kalama, Wn. 354 

Baker, George C, E.-ist Ashford, N. Y. 1847 

Baker, Henry R.. Crawford, Neb. 262 

Baker, John W. H. (Me.] 1865 

Baker, Orrin G , West Charleston, Vt. 342, 6 

Baker, Smith, Minneapolis, Minn. 248 

Baker, William H.,Lodi,0. 310 

Balcom, Fred. A., Rockland, Mass. 216 

Baldwin, Cyrus G., Claremont, Cal. 1881 



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LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



403 



Baldwin, Fritz W., E. Orange, N. J. 282 

Baldwin, John A. , Detroit, Mich. 1875 

Bale, Albert G., Melrose, Mass. 210 

Ball, Albert H., Toronto, Ont. 1870 

Ball, Marcus A., Bon Homme, 8. D. 330, 4 

Ball, Robert H., Fairhaveu, Vt. 344 

Ball, Wayland D., Baltimore, Md. 1884 

Ballantine, John W.. Kidsefield, Ct. 120 

Ballantine, William G., Oberlin, O. 73, 1880 
Ballantine, William U., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Bancroft, Cecil F. P., Andover, Mass. 1867 

Bancroft, Isaac, Everly, lo. 1876 

B.ings, Frederick E., New Haven, Ct. 1876 

Banister, Chas. D., Bellaire, Mich. 226 

Banks, George W , Guilford, Ct. 114 

Barber, Alanson I) , Williston, Vt. 1849 

Barber, Amzi D., Oberlin, O. 1841 

Barber, Clarence H., Manchester, Ct. 116 

Barber, Leman N., Halleck, Cal. . 98 

Barber, Luther H., Ellington, Ct. 1843 
Barbour, Thomas W., Gowrie, lo. 12, 158,60 

Barbour, William M., Montreal, Can. 379 

Barclaj-, Thomas D., Kent, Ct. 1872 

Bard, George I., Walpole, N. H. 280 

Barker, Horatio A., Oakley, Mich. 1852 

Barker, Thomas, Arena, Wis. 1890 

Barland, Thomas, Eau Claire, Wis. 1866 

Barnard, Elihu C, Whitewater, Wis. 368 

Barnard, Henry T. [Vt.J 1880 

Barnard, Plinv F., Westminster, Vt. 344 

Barnes, George B., Fargo, N. D. 1868 
Barnes, Henry E., Charlestown, Mass. 1862 

Barnes, Jeremiah R., Marietta, O. 1838 

Barnes, John R., Plainfield, 111. 144 
Barnes, Stephen G., Longmeadow, Ms. 12, 208 

Barnett, John H., Corry,' Pa. 15, 322 

Barney, Lewis W., Norwich, Ct. 12, 118 

Barnum, Samuel H., Cornwall, Vt. 344 

Barrett, John P., Normal, 111. 1877 

Barrett, Mandus, Dubuque, lo. 158 

Barrett, ."-arauel A., E. Hartford, Ct. 112 

Barron, John W., Creigliton, Neb. 262 

Barrows, Allen C. , Ames, lo. 1871 

[Barrows, Charles D., deceased, 17 

Barrows, John O., Stonington, Ct. 122 

Barrows, Walter M., Rockford, 111. 146 

Barrows, William H., Anamosa, lo. 154 

Barstow, John, Glastonbury, Ct. 114 
Barteau, Sidney H., Lake Charles La. 182 
Bartholomew, Chas. M., Susp. Bridge,N.Y.296 
Bartlett, Dana W., Salt Lake City, Utah. 340 
Bartlett, Edward O., Providence, R. I. 328 

Bartlett, Enoch N., Ventura, Cal. 1841 

Bartlett, Lyman, A. B. C. F. 31. 379 

Bartlett, Samuel, Toledo, O. .314 

Bartlett, Samuel C, Hanover, N. H. 1843 

Bartlett, William A., Ridgeland, 111. 16, 144 

Barton, James L., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Barton, Robert J., Salisbury, Vt. 348 

Barton, Walter, Attleboro, Mass. 196 

Barton, William E., Boston, Mass. 198 

*Bart8ch, Julius F., Eureka, S. D. 332, 6 

Bary, Emil B , Bangor, Me. 184 

Bascom, George S., Dwight, N. D. 300, 2 

Bascom, John, Williamstow-n, Mass. 1859 

Baskerville, Mark, Sprague, Wn. 356 

Bassett, Austin B.. Ware, Mass. 16, 220 

Bassett, Stephen E., Fort Valley, Ga. 56, 124 

Bastel, Frederick T., Iowa City, lo. 1890 

Bates, Charles 8., Farmington, N. H. 1890 

Bates, Fr.<xnci8 W.. A. B. C. F. J/. 379 

Bates, George L., Colvin. S. D. 1891 

Bates, Henry L., Eugene, Or. 318 

Bates, James A., Randolph, Vt. 348 

Bates, John M., Armour, 8. D. 330 

Bates, Samuel L., Buriington, Vt. 1864 

Bath. Thomas W.. Kemper, 111., 1886 

Batt, William J., Warnerville, Mass. 1859 

Battey, George J., Cortland, Neb. 262, 8 

Battey, Richard H., Crookston, Minn. 1882 



Bauman, Henry A., Montavilla, Or. 1887 

Bausman, Joseph H., Rochester, Pa. 12, 326 

Baxter, Albert F., Hudson, N. H. 1877 

Baxter, Thomas G., Nashville, Mich. 236 

Bayne, John S., Hadley, Mass. 206 

Beach, David N., Cambridge, Mass. 200 

Beach, Edwin R., Lexington, Or. 318 

Beach, Elmer J., Chester, Vt. 342 

Beach, Harlan P., Springfield, Mass. 1883 

Beach, Nathaniel, Norwich Town, Ct. 1837 

Beach, Samuel J., Cedar Falls, lo. 156 
*Beadenkopf, Thomas M., Baltimore, Md. 182 

Beale, Charles H., Lansing, Mich. 234 

Beaman, Warren H., Amherst, Mass. 1841 
Bean,Ebenezer, Gray, Me. 



Beard, Augustus F., Bible House, N.Y. 58,1860 
I Beard, George P., Blair, Neb. 1865 

! Beard, Gerald H., South Norwalk, Ct. 12, 118 
I Beard, Reuben A., Fargo, N. D. 1879 

Beard, William H.. South Killingly, Ct. 116 
Beardslee, Clark S., Hartford, Ct. 71,1884 
Beardeley, Bronson B., Bridgeport, Ct. 1850 
Beardsley, Jo^iah, Rosendale, Wis. 360, 6 

Beaton, David, Chicago. 111. 136 

Beckwith, Clarence A., Bangor, Me. 56, 1878 
Beckwith, Edward G., Honolulu, H L. 379 
Beckwith, George A., Windham, Vt. 1862 
Bedford, John N., Norris City, 111 138, 44 
Bedford, Oliver C, Nora, III. 146, 8 

Bedford, Robert C, Rockton, 111. 1875 

Beebe, Albert G. [Mass.] 1854 

Beecher, Charles, Wysox, Pa. 1844 

Beecher, Ed w,, Macon 8t.,BrookIyn, N.Y. 1825 
*Beecher, Frederick W., Sodus,N. Y. 1860 
Beecher, Thomas K., Elmira, N. Y. 288 

Beede, Aaron, Alfred, Me. 184 

Behrends, Ad olphus J. F., Brooklyn, N. Y. 284 
Beitel, Julius H., Trenton, Neb. 264, 8 

Belfry, Wm.T., Andrews, Ind. 1.50 

Belknap. John D., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Bell, Ira W., Prattville, Mich. 234. S 

Bell, James M., Leominster, Mass. 15, 1858 
Bell, Robert C, Granby. Mass. 204 

Bell, Samuel, Pittsfield, N. H. 278 

Bell, S. Linton, Marblehead, Mass. 210 

Bell, Thomas, So. Dartmouth, Mass. 202 

Bell, William 8.. Helena, Mont. 56, 60, 1864 
Belsey, George W., Geneva, O. 308 

Bellsmith, L. C, Polk City, lo. 164 

Belt, Salathiel D., Ellensburg, Wn. 354 

Beman, Albert M., Corning, lo. 156 

Benedict, Arthur .J., Housatonic, Mass. 206 
Benedict, George; Haverhill, Mass. 12, 206- 
Benedict, Wm. A., Newton, Mass. 1846 

Benford, George, Memphis, Mich. 236 

Benjamin, Thomas C, Pittsburgh, Pa. 324 
j *Benner, Edward A.. Wellesley, Mass. 1874 
' Bennett, Ethan O., Crawfordsville, lo. 1853 
I Bennett, Henry S., Nashville, Tenn. 338 

] Bennett, WilUam P., Crete, Neb. 262 

j Bent, George, Hazard, Neb. 1856 

I Bente, Christ. H., St, Louis, Mo. 256 

1 [Benton, .loseph A., deceased, 17 

Benton, Ledyard E., Crete, Neb. 1864 

Beran, John, Milwaukee, Wis. 1891 

j Berg, William E., Mitchell, S. D. 332, 4 

Berger, Martin L , Cleveland, O. 306 

Berger, William F., Camden, N. Y. 286 

Berie, Adolph A., Brighton, Mass. 198 

Berry, Augustus, Pelham, N.H. 278 

Berry, Edward A., Chattanooga, Tenn. 1870 
I Ben y, George R, OberUa,0. 1890 

Berry, John F., Oberlin, O. 73, 304 

Berry, Loren F., Otturawa, lo. 164 

*Bessey, William N., [Mass.] 1890 

Bethel, George P., Columbus, O. 1888 

Bettes, Darius, Grand Rapids, Mich. 1848 

Betts, Eben M., Minneapolis, Minn. 1869 

*Bettex, Edward T., McCook, Neb. 266 

*Beynon, Reese G., Scranton, Pa. 1886 



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[1893. 



Bickford, Augustus A., Westford, MaBs. 222 



348 
202, 20 

1872 
156 
202 

90,2 
292 
126 
379 

1S46 
238 



Bickford, Thomas, Springfield, Vt 
Bickford, "Warren F., Islington, Mass 
Bicknell, Dennis H., Houghton, Wn. 
Bidwell, John B., Decorah, lo. 
Bigelow, E. Victor, Cohaeset, Mass. 
Biggars, Lawren e J., Perote, Ala. 
Billman, Howard, Oxford, N. Y. 
Bingham, Charles M., Daytona, Fla. 
Bingham, Hiram, A. B. C F. M. 
Bingham, Joel S., Dubuque, lo. 
Bird, Charles W., Portland, Mich. 
Bird, George H., South Chicago, 111. 
Bird, "William, Abeih, Siiria, 
Birlew, Gordon E., El Paso, Tex. 
Birnie, Douglas P., Allston, Mass. 
•Bisbee, Charles G., Fontanelle, Neb. 
iTBisbee, John H., deceased, 
bisbee, Marvin D., Hanover, N. H. 
BiBcoe, George S., Wallace, Neb. 
Biscoe, Thomas C, HoUaston, Mass. 
Bishop, Albert W., Olathe, Kan. 
Bissell, Frank A., "Wichita, Kan. 
Bissell, Henry G., A. B. C. F M. 
Bissell, Henry M., A. B. C. F. M. 
Bissell, Jno. E., Batavia, 111. 
Bissell, Oscar, Holland, Mass. 
Bissell, Samuel B. S., Norwalk, Ct. 
Bittinger, John Q., Haverhill, N. H. 
-*Bixby, Alanson, Dehesa, Cal. 
Bixby, Joseph P., Revere, Mass. 
Bixby, Solomon, Hawley, Mass. 
Bixler, James "W., New London, Ct. 
Bjorklund, John E., Tacoma, Wn. 
Bjorkman, L. W. A., Chicago, 111. 
Black, E. H., Cable, 111. 

Blackman, V. W., Green's Landing, Me. 186 
Blackman, William F. , Ithaca, N. Y. 1880 

Blackwell, "^^illiam. Sleepy Eye, Minn. 252 
*Blair, David G.. Ransom, Mich. 
Blair, John J., Boston, Mass. 
Blaisdell, James A., "Waukesha, "Wis 
Blaisdell, Jofhua J., Beloit, "Wis. 
Blaisdell, William S. Tavares, Fla. 
Blake, Henry A., Webster, Mass. 
Blake, Lyman H., Westfield, Maes. 
Blake, S. Leroy, New London, Ct. 
Blakely, Josiah B., Neenah, Wis. 
fBlakelv, Quincy, deceased, 
Blakeslee, Allen D., Darlington, Wis. 
Blakeslee, Erastus, Brookline, Mass. 
Blakesley, Linus. Topeka, Kan 



15, 



198 

1867 
18 

1874 
270 

1838 
176 
178 
12, 379 
379 
134 
206 

1836 



206 
118 
356 
136 
134, 40 



1874 
12, 368 



118 
1874 



15, 1880 
176 



Blakeslee, Newton T., Milwaukee, Wis. 144 

Blanchard, Addison, Denver, Colo. 106 

Blanchard, Charles A., Wheaton, 111. 1878 
Blanchard, Edward B., Thorndike, Ms. 12,214 

Blanchard, John T., Webster City, lo. 168 

[Blanchard, Jonathan, deceased, 18 

Blanchard, Merrill, Maynard, Mass. 210 

Blanshard,F. G., Edinburgh, O. 308 

Blease, William H., W. Williamsfield, O. 314 

Blenkarn, Wm. T., Junction City, Kan. 174 

Blinn, Henry G., Cambridge, N. Y. 286 
Bliss, Charles R., Chicago, IlL 61, 1859 

Bliss, Daniel, Beirut, Syria, 379 

Bliss, Daniel J., Leonard's Bridge, Ct. 116 

Bliss, Edwin E., deceased, 19 

Bliss, Edwin M., 114 Nassau St., N. Y. 1877 

Bliss, Howard S., Brooklyn. N. Y. 284 

Bliss, J. Henry, Franklin, N. H. 274 

Bliss, John, Trout Creek, Mich. 240 

BUss, Leon D., Woodland, Cal. 104 
Blodgett, Charles E., Brookline Park, 111. 138 

Blodgett, Edward P., Greenwich, Mass. 206 

Blodget, Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Blomquist, Sven J., Proctor, "Vt. 348 

Bloomfield, Frank, Metamora, Mich. 236 

Bloomfield, George J., Pawtucket, R. I. 328 

Blose, Daniel A., |I11.] 1882 

,Boardman, Charles P., Humboldt, lo. 160 



Boardman, George N., Pittsford, "Vt. 69, 1854 
Boardman, Joseph, Barnet, "Vt. 342 

Boardman, M. Bradford, New Britain, Ct.l863 
*Bockoven, William A., Cooper, Mich. 12, 228 
*Bodwell, Flavius A., Udall, Kan. 178 

Bodwell, Joseph C, Lyndonville, Vt. 342, 6 
Bodwell, Lewis, Clifton Springs, N. Y. 1856 
*Bogges8, Elliott B., Durand, Wis. 360 

*Boggess, Joseph H., Minneapolis, Minn. 248 
Boiler, Benjamin F., Davenport, lo. 156 

Bolster, Wm. H., Dorchester, Mass. 12, 5, 198 
Boltwood, Henry L., Evanston, 111. 1864 

Bond, Elias, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Bond, John J., Tallman, N. Y. 296 

Bonfils, Ellsworth, New York, N. Y. 12, 292 
Bonney, John R , Orland, Ind. 150 

Booth, Edwin, Oberlin, O. 1866 

Bormose, Neils N., Philadelphia, Pa. 324 

Boss, Thomas M., Leavenworth, Kan. 174 

Bostwick, Elmer D., Sheridan, Wyo. 16, 370 
Bosworth, Edward 1., Oberlin, O. 73, 1886 
Bosworth, Quincy M., Jewett City, Ct. 116 
Bosworth, Richard H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1882 
Bosworth, Uriah C, W. Andover, O. 314 

Bosworth, Wm. A., Guthrie, Ok. 316 

Bourne, James R., Cleveland, O. 1859 

Bourne, Paul E., Hillsboro Centre, N. H. 276 
Bourne, 8., New York, N. Y. 1853 

Bouton, Tilton C. H.. Hopkinton, N. H. 276 
Bowden, Henry M., Braddock, Pa. 322 

Bowen, Frederic, La Harpe, 111. 142 

Bower, Amos W., Sultan City, Wn. 356 

Bowers, Albert, Ruggles, O. 312 

Bowers, Stephen, "Ventura, Cal. 1858 

Bowler, Stephen L., Orono, Me. 1853 

Bowman, David D., Grass Valley, Cal. 1880 
Bowman, George A., East Hartford, Ct. 1848 
Boyd, Herbert W., So. Amherst, Mass. 16, 196 
Boyle, Frank W., Sherman, Tex. 340 

Boynton, Charles E., East Aurora, N. Y. 1851 
Boynton, Francis H., Lawrence, Mass. 15, 1864 
Boynton, Geo. M., Newton Centre, Ms. 60, 1863 
Boynton, Nehemiah, Boston, Mass. 198 

Brace, Seth C, Philadelphia, Pa. 1860 

Bradford. Amory H., Montclair, N. J. 282 

Bradford, Benj. F., Up'r Montclair, N. J. 282 
Bradford, Emery L., Boxford, Mass. 12, 6, 200 
Bradford, George F., Bristol, Me. 186 

Bradford, James H., Washington, D. C. 1862 
Bradford, Park A.. Scituate, Mass. 216 

*Bradley, Albert J., Kansas City, Mo. 254 
Bradley, Cornelius B., Oakland, Cal. 1871 

Bradley,Dan. F., Grand Rapids.Mich. 12, 5, 232 
Bradley, Edward E., Lincoln, Ms. 208 

Bradley, Georse S., Hudson, Mich. 234 

Bradley, Nelson S., Telluride, Colo. 108 

Bradley, William, Pine Run, Mich. 1875 

Bradshaw, John, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1851 

Bradshaw, John W., Ann Arbor, Mich. 226 
Bradstreet, Albert E., Topsfleld, Mass. 220 
[Brainerd, Charles N., deceased. 
Brainerd, Edward R.. Mentone, Cal. 100 

Brainerd, Frank G., Parkersburg, lo. 164 

Brainerd, Timothy O., Grinnell, lo. 1840 

Braithwaite, Edward E., St. Louis, Mo. 256 
Braithwaite, Thos.S., E. Rockaway,N Y. 288 
Brakeraeyer, Gustavus L.,De8 Plalnes, 111.1885 
Branch, Edwin T.. Homer, Mich. 1849 

Branch, John A., Harvey, 111. 1862 

Brande, Alfred G., Pierce, Neb. 268 

Brand, James, Oberlin, O. 312 

Brandt, William L., Reinbeck, To. 166 

Brastow, Lewis O., New Haven, Ct. 75, 1861 
Brastow, Thomas E., Rockport, Me. 1865 

Bray, Henry E., No. Leominster, Mass. 208 
Bray, Spencer H., New York, N. Y. 292 

Bray, William L., Rhinelander, Wis. 15, 242 
Brearly, William H., Pukwana, S. D. 1877 
Breckenridge, Dan'l M., W. Salem, Wis. 368 
Breckenridge, Miss Juanita,Brookton,N.Y.286 



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LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



405 



Breckenridee, William W. [Wis.] 12, 1892 
Breed, David, Hebron, Ct. 1853 

Breed, Dwight P., Wyandotte, Mich. 242 

Breed, Samuel D, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1862 

Brehra, William E., Downs, Kan. 172 

Bremner, David, Boxford, Mass. 1855 

Brereton, James E., Geneva, Neb. 264 

Brereton, John, Willow Springs, Mo. 258 

Brewer, David H., Boston, Mass. 1886 

*Brewer, James, Wheaton, 111. 1859 

Brewer, William F., Atlanta, Ga. 130, 2 

Brewster, Wm. H., Chicago, 111. 1838 

Briant, S.Ingersoll, N. Chelmsford, Ms. 200 
Brickett, Harry L., Lynnfield Centre, Ms. 210 
Bridgraan, Henry M., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Bridgman, Howard A., Boston, Mass. 1890 
Bridgman, Lewis, Centreville, 8. D. 1840 

Brier, James W., Lodi, Cal. 1847 

Brier, John W., Lodi, Cal. 98 

Briggs, William T., East Douglass, Mass. 202 
Bright, Jesse L.. Columbus, O. 306 

Brink, Lee A., Bowdle, S. D. 330 

Brintnall, Loren W., Ashton, lo. 154 

Brintnall , Walter A., Blairsburg, lo. 12, 154 
Bristol, Frank L., Uxbridge, Mass. 220 

Bristol, Sherlock, Saticoy, Cal. 1843 

Broad, L. Payson, Topeka, Kan. 56, 1873 

Brock, Geo. A., Saxonville. Mass. 204 

*Brodhead, William H., Denver, Colo. 1878 
Brodie, Andrew M., Manistee, Mich. 236 

Brodie, James F., Salem, Mass. 216 

Brokaw, Ralph W., Springfield, Mass. 218 
Brooks, Charles 8., Fitchburg, Mass. 204 

*Brooks, Edward L., Fort Recovery, O. 12, .308 
Brooks, George W., Dorchester, Mass. 198 
Brooks, W. E., Claremont av., Chicago,Ill. 138 
Brooks, William M., Tabor, lo. 1866 

Brookshier, Reuben R., Marion, N. C. 298 
Bross, Harmon, Lincoln, Neb. 56, 1863 

Brower, C. DeWolf, South Haven, Mich. 240 
Brown, Amasa A., Hot Springs, 8. D. 56, 1863 
Brown, Aurclian L., Douglas, Neb. 364 

Brown, Charles O., San Francisco, Cal. 12, 102 
Brown, Chas. R., Charleetown, Mass. 12, 198 
Brown, Clarence T., [Mich.] 15, 1889 

Brown, Daniel M., Dayton, O. 308 

Browne, Donald, Taunton, Mass. 15, 1890 



Brown, Edward, West Superior, Wis. 
Brown, Edwin C., Freeport, Me. 
Brown, George B., Toledo, O. 
Brown, Henry A., Avalon, Cal. 
Brown, Henry C, Centralia, 111. 
Brown, Henry E., Oberlin, O. 
Brown, Herbert 8., Lockport, N. Y. 
Brown, Israel, Traer, lo. 
Brown, James, Anniston, Ala. 
Brown, James B., Hyaunis, Neb. 12, 
Brown, Jesse J., Ten Broeck, Ala. 
Brown, John A , Genoa Bluffs, lo. 
Browne, John K., A. B. C. F. M. 
Browne, J. Newton, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Brown, Luther E., Grand Forks, N. D. 
Brown, Oliver, N. Yarmouth, Me. 
[Brown, Robert, deceased. 
Brown, Sherman W., Spencer, Mass. 
Brown, Sterling N., Washington, D. C. 
Brown, 8. P., Hanceville, Ala. 
Brown, Thomas J., Waupun, Wis. 
Brown, Thomas L., Rocky River, O. 
Brown, Wiilard D., Interlachen, Fla. 
Brown, William, Schriever, La. 
Brown, William B., East Oranee, N. J. 
Brown, William J., Mukwonago, Wis. 
Brown, William M., Austin, Tex. 
Brownjohn, George W., Bryant, S. D. 
Brownville, John W., Erving, Mass. 
Bruce, Charles C, Medford, Mass. 
Bruce, Charles R., Hull, lo. 
Bruce, Henry J., A.B. G. F. M. 
*Brue, James, Walnut Lane, La. 



1853 

188 



1891 
134 



1873 
126 
182 

1843 
364 
340 
330 
204 

1878 
160 
379 
182 



Bruechert, Fred H. W., Omaha, Neb. 266' 

Brundidge, Hiram A., Altoona, Kan. 170 

Bruneau, Ismael P., Montreal, l'. Q. 1885 

Brunker. James, Maize, Kan. 1874 

Bryan, George A., Norwich, Ct. 1849' 

Bryant, Albert. Worcester. Mass. 22-t 

Bryant, Samuel J., West Haven, Ct. 1876' 

Bryant, Seelye, Lancaster, Mass. 208 

Bryant, Stephen O., Olivet, Mich. 1868 

Buck, Edwin A., Fall River. Mans. 1864- 

Buck, Samuel J., Grinnell, lo. 1863 

Buckham, John W., Salem, Mass, 216- 
Bnckingham, Samuel G., Springfield, Ms. 218 

Buell, Lewin F., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 12, 290- 

Buettner, Henry, McCook, Neb. 1889 

Bngbee, RoUa G., Wells River. Vt. 346 

Bugbey, Will S., Marysville, O. 304, 10' 

Bulfinch, John J., Waldoboro, Me. 184, 94 

Bull, David W., Henrietta, N. Y. 288- 

Bullard, Charles H., Hartford, Ct. 1853- 

Bullard, Eben W., Kill Buck, N. Y. 1838- 

BuUock, Motier A., Iowa City, lo. 160- 
*Bumpus, Isaac C, Sherman Mills, Me. 192 

Bumstead, Horace, Atlanta, Ga. 1872. 

Bundy, Henry, Chicago, 111. 1878- 

Bunker, Fred R., A.B. C. F. J/. 37*. 

Bunnell, John J., Cedar Creek, Mich. 1865 

Bunnell, Philip, Phillips, Me. 1882. 

Burbank, Justin E., Hartford, Ct. 1858 
Burden, Thomas J., Webster Place, Ga. 130. 

Burgess, Edmund J., Shelby, Mich. 24a 

Burgess, George H., Hadlyme, Ct. 112. 

Burgess, Hubert F., Auburn, Cal. 12, 96 

Burge.-s, Louis F., Bridgewater, Ct. 1878 

Burgess, Seth, Blodgett Mills, N. Y. 1843 

Burgess, William, Mendon, 111. 142 

Burhans, Paul C, Centralia, 111. 134, 48- 

Burlison, Augustus E., Berea, O. 1856- 

Burnaby, Sidney A., Boxford, Mass. 1881 

Burnap, Irving A., Monterey, Mass. 12, 212 

Burnard, William H., Miles, lo. 1854 

Burnelle, J. Calvin, Unionville, O. 185* 

Burnham, Collins G., Chicopee, Mass. 202 

Burnham, Michael, Springfield, Mass 218 

Burns, James, Chicago, 111. 1857 

Burns, William C, Stanton, Mich. 240 

Burr, Almon W., Beloit, Wis. 1875 

Burr, Enoch F., Lyme, Ct. 11& 
Burr, Hanford M., 15, 1888 

Burr, Horace M., Payette, Ida. 108 

Burr, Marcus, So. Glastonbury, Ct. 114 

Burr, Richard M., Huntington, Mass. 208- 

[Burr, Wiilard, deceased, 19 

Burr, William N., Perris, Cal. 100 

[Burr, Zalmon B., deceased, 19 
*Burrough8, Charles F.,Wisca8set,Me. 186,94 

Burroughs, C. H., Belle Fourche. S.D. 12, 330 
Burroughs, Geo. S., Crawfordsville, Ind. 1877 
Burrows, Edwin B., Jamestown, N. Y. 29a' 

Burrows, Fred W., Old Orchard, Mo. 256. 

Burtt, Benjamin H., Huron, S. D. 334 

Burt, Daniel C, New Bedford, Mass. 1835. 
Burt, Enoch H., We-t Winfield, N. Y. 296 

Burtner, Daniel E., Boylston, Mass. 20* 
[Burton, Horatio N., deceased. 

Burton, Nathan L., Griggoville, II!. 140 

Busby, Jos. L., South Calera, Ala. 92 

Bush, Allen 8., Centralia, Kan. 170 

Bush, Frederick W., Bancroft, Mich. 225 

*Bush, Jones, Weaver, Ga. 1869 

Bushee, William A., Wallingford, Vt. 350' 

Bushell, Richard, Christopher, Wn. 353 

Bushnell, Albert, St. Joseph, Mo. 256- 

Bushnell, George, New Haven, Ct. 1848 

Bushnell, Henry A., Galesburg, 111. 140' 
Bushnell, Samuel C, Arlington, Mass. 196 

Buss, Henry, Creston, 111. 1856. 

Buss. William H., Fremont, Neb. 264 

Buswell, James O., Beloit, Wis. 364 

Butcher, William R., [111.] 1862. 



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[1893. 



[Butler, Daniel, deceased. 
Butler, Edward P., Sunderland, Mass. 220 
*Butler, Elmer W., Harman, Colo. 106 

Butler Frank E., Carthage, Mo. 12, 5, 254 

Butler, Gardner 8., Three Rivers, Mass. 214 
Butler, J. E., Church's Cor., Mich. 12,6,1890 
Butler, Jobti H.. Utica, Mich. 230, 40, 2 

Butlpr, Milford C, St. Louis, Mo. 1881 

[Butler, 8. Russell, deceased. 
Butler, S. Wright, Omaha, Neb. 266 

Butler, William, Port Gamble, Wn. 354 

Butler, William M., New Iberia, La. 1864 

Butler, William O., Atlanta, Ga. 130 

Butterfield, Horatio Q., Olivet, Mich. 1854 
Buttram, Elijah A., Potolo, Fla. 128 

Byers, William L., No. Topeka, Kan. 178 

Byington, Edwin H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 284 

Byiiigton, EzraH., Boston, Mass. 1859 

Byington, George P., E. Hard wick, Vt. 344 
Byington, Swift, Exeter, N. H. 274 

Byrd, John H., Lawrence, Kan. 1846 

Byrons, Edward H., Oakland, Cal. 1886 

Cable, George A., Stewartville, Minn. 252 
Cadwalader, John, Delta, Pa. 322 

*Cady, Chauncy M. 1882 

Cady, William J., Chicago, 111. 138 

Caldwell, William E., Ann Arbor, Mich. 242 
Calhoun, Harry C, Clifton, 111. 134, 8 

Calhoun, Newell M.. Canandaigua, N. Y. 286 
Calhoun, 8oltau F., 119 E. 34th st. N.Y. 15,1871 
Calkins, Wolcott, Newton, Mass. 212 

Calland, William C, Springlield, Mo. 1880 
Callen, Wilson, Burroughs, Ga. 132 

Calnon, John C, Kingfisher, Ok. 316 

Cameron, John H., Wood worth. Wis. 358 
Camfield, Lewis E., Colvin, S. D. 332, 4 

Camp, Charles W., Waukesha, Wis. 15, 1848 
Campbell, Clement C, Antigo, Wis. 358 

Campbell, Daniel A., Demorest, Ga. 130 

Campbell, Gabriel, Hanover, N. H. 1868 

Campbell, Hollis A., Seymour, Conn. 120 

Campbell, James, Seattle, Wn. 1869 

Campbell, James M., Morgan Park, 111. 142 
Campbell, J.G.,Wessington Springs, S.D. 1876 
Campbell, John P., New Ulm. Minn. 1890 

Campbell, Thos. M., KloweryBranch, Ga.l886 
Campbell, Waller W., Warnerville, Ms. 1890 
Campbell, William H., Qeneseo, 111. 1889 

Campbell, William R., Roxbury, Mass. 198 
Candee, George, Toledo, O. 1862 

Cantield, Thomas H., Mediapolis, lo. 1840 
Carey, Isaac E., Chardon, O. 1864 

*Cargill, Derastus B., Campti, La. 180 

Carlisle, Charles B., Seward, Neb. 268 

Carlisle, Mark R., Dodd City, Tex. 340 

Carlson, Carl E., Springfield, Muss. 218 

Carmichal, John W., Atlanta. Ga. 1888 

Carnachan, James G.. Meadville, Pa. 1853 

Carpenter, Charles C, Andover, Mass. 1860 
Carpenter. Chas. M., Cambridgep't, Mass. 200 
Carpenter, Hugh 8., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1845 
Carpenter, Philo H., Worcester, Vt. 350 

Carr, Edwin S., Fort Dodge, lo. 158 

Carr, G. Trotter, Danvers, 111. 138 

Carr, William, Sheffield, Mass. 210, 8 

Carr, William O., Derry, N. H. 1861 

Carroll, Charles W., Hudson, O. 308 

Carruthers, John B., Berlin Mills, N. H. 272 
Carruthers, William, New Bedford, Mass. 1858 
Carson, Benjamin H., Crestview, Fla. 126 

Carson, J. William, Great Bend, Kan. 172 

Carter, Charles F., Burlington, Vt. 342 

Carter. Clark, Lawrence, Mass. 1868 

Carter, Elijah, Edgerton, Minn. 244 

Carter, Fernando E., Clear Lake, lo. 1.36 

Carter, Homer W., Beloit. Wis. 15, 56. 1876 
Carter, Nathan F., Concord, N. H. 16, 272 

Carter, Stephen B., Westminster, Ct. 110 

Carter, Warner J., N. Roscoe, N. Y. 294 

Cartledge, Henry, New Haven, Ct. 120 



Carver, Shubael, North Bergen, N. Y. 1840 
Gary, Otis, jr., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Gary, William B., North Stonington, Ct. 118 
Case, Albert M., Iowa Falls, lo. 160 

Case, Alden B., A. B. C. F. 31. 379 

Case, Harlan P.. Los Angeles, Cal. 60, 1871 
Case, Horatio M., Emraetsburg, lo. 158 

Cash, Elijah, Los Angeles, Cal. 98 

Cate, George H., Bloomington, 111. 134 

C'aton, Charles H., Chicago, III. 1888 

Caverno, Charles, Boulder, Colo. ]06 

Cayer, Paul N., Ware, Mass. 220 

Chaddock, Emory G., Fresno, Cal. 1880 

Chalmers, William I.. Riverhead, N. Y. 294 
Chamberlain, Bertwell N.,Young8town, 0.314 
Chamberlin, Edward B., Sharon, Vt. 1856 

Chamberlin, James A., Owatonna, Minn. 250 
Chamberlain, Jas. P , Trempealeau, Wis. 368 
Chamberlain, Joshua M., Grinnell, to. 1859 
Chamberlain, William 1., Hudson, O. 1886 
Chambers, Alexander,Two Rivers, Wis. 368 
Chambers, George R., Shiocton, Wis. 12, 366 
Chambers, William N., A.B. C. F. M. 379 
Champlin, Oliver P., Garden Prairie, 111. 1870 
Chandler, Edward H., Taunton, Mass. 12,220 
Chandler, Everett S., Harvey, 111. 140 

Chandler, Fred. D., Charlestown, N. H. 12, 272 
Chandler, John S., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

t Chandler, Jos., deceased, 19 

!handler,Jo8. H., St. Anthony Park, Minn.250 
Chandler, Watson H., VVheaton, 111. 1873 

Chaney, Lucien W., Medford, Minn. 248 

Channon, Irving M., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

[Chapin, Aaron L., deceased, 20 

Chapin, Charles H., Durham, N. H. 274 

Chapin, Franklin M., A. B. G. F. M. 379 

Chapin, Franklin P., Hudson, N.H. 276 

Chapin, George E., Hubbardston, Mass. 208 
Chapin, George F., Saxton's River, Vt. 348 
[Chapin, Nathan C, deceased, 20 

Chapin, Roswell, Litchfield, O. 304, 10 

Chapin, Samuel W.,Woolwicb, Me. 194 

Chaplin, John R., Olymp'a, Wn. 1883 

Chapman, Andrew M., Minooka, HI. 146 

Chapman, Edward M., Worcester, Ms. 12, 224 
Chapman, Henry, Watsonville, Cal. 1848 

Chapman, Jacob, Exeter, N. H. 1845 

Chapman Joseph S., Harriman, Tenn. 1866 
Charlton, John W., Oberljn, O. 1878 

Chase, Andrew L., Poxcroft, Me. 188 

Chase, Austin B., Duxbury, Mass. 202 

Chase, Charles E., Sonoma, Cal. 104 

Chase, Edward, Hallowell, Me. 188 

Chase, Edward A., Lawrence, Mass. 208 

Chase, Ezra B., Lake City, Minn. 246 

Chase, Henry L , Minneapolis, Minn. 1864 

Chase, James B., Toledo, lo. 15,168 

Chase, Levi G., Concord, N. H. 1870 

( ;havez, Ezekiel C. Grants, N. M. 271 

Cheadle,Stephen H., N. Yakima, Wn. 354 

Cheney, Russell L., .Janesville, Wis. 18"6 

Cbeseborough, Amos 8., Saybrook, Ct. 1841 
Chevis, Ernest C, Pittsville, Wis. 1890 

Chickering, Jno. W., Washington, D. C. I860 
Child, Eli A., Endeavor, Wis. 360 

Child, Frank 8., Fairfield, Ct. 112 

Childers, Charles, Summerfield, Ala. 92 

Childress, J. F., Summer Hill, 111. 134, 46 

Childs, Alexander C, Worcester, M.ass. 1853 
Childs, Edward P., Anita, lo. 1.54 

Childs, Jas. H.,Northbridge Centre, Mass. 214 
Childs, Lucas 8., Guthrie, Ok. 316 

Childs, Truman D., Anthony, Kan. 1873 

Childs, William, Rosedale, Mich. 1891 

Chioman, R. Manning, Bethlehem, Ct. 1835 
Chittenden, Andrew H., Providence, R. I. 328 
Choate, Wash., Bible House, N. Y. 56,1875 
Christiansen, Christian, Danway, 111. 138 

^Christiansen, Nils C, Perth Araboy, N. J. 282 
Christie, George W., Salisbury Point, Ms. 196 



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407 



Christie, Thomas D., A. B. C. F. M. 379 
•Chrysler, Jeremiah M., Blandford, Mass. 198 
Churchill, J. Wesley, Andover. Mass. 65,196 

Chute, Edward L., Nortliboro, Mass. 214 

Chynoweth, John T. .Cheltenham, III. 1886 

Clartin, Arthur H., Allegheny, Pa. 322 

Claflin, George P., Junction City, Kan. 1859 

Claflin, John; Ovid, Mich. 1886 

Claiborne, Cyrus H., New Iberia, La. 182 

Clancy, Judson V., S. Weymouth, Mass. 222 

Clancy, William P., Troy, N. H. 280 
Clapp, A. Huntington, BibleHou8e,N.Y. 56,1846 
Clapp, Cephas F., Forest Grove, Or. 56, 1871 

Clapp, Dwight H., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Clapp, Luther, Wauwatosa, Wis. 1845 

Clapp, T. Eaton, Portland, Or. 318 

Clark, Albert W., .4. B. C. F. J/. 379 

Clark, Allen, Ottumwa, lo. 164 

Clarke, AlmonT., «helhy, Ala. 92 

i Clark, Asa F., deceased. 

!lark, Asahel L., Kingston, R. I. 328 

Clark, Calvin M., Haverhill, Mass. 206 

Clarke, Charles F., Machias, Me. 190 

Clark, Charles W., Georgia, Vt. 344 

Clark, Chester M., Denver, Colo. 106 

Clark, Cyrus A., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Clark, Daniel J., East Haven, Ct. 112 

Clark, Daniel W. , Wellfleet, Mass. 220 

Clark, De Witt 8., Salem. Mass. 216 

Clark, D. Olin, Warren, Mass. 1878 

Clark, Edson L., Hinsdale, Mass. 198 

Clark, Edward L, Boston, Mass. 198 

Clark, Edward W., Westboro. Mass. 1850 

Clark, Francis E., Auburndale, Mass. 1870 

Clark, Frank G., Plymoutti, N. H. 278 

Clark'e, George B., Platte Centre. Neb. 1891 

Clarke, George L., Farmington, Ct. 112 

Clark, George V., Memphis, Tenn. 338 

Clark, Henry, New Haven, Ct. 1841 

Clark, Isaac, Washington, D. C. 1861 

Clark, James B., Madrone, Wn. 354 

Clarke, James F., A. B. G. F. Jf. 379 

Clark, James H., Chicago, 111. 1.38 

Clark, J. Brittan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 284 
Clark, Joseph B., Bible House, N. Y. 56,1867 

Clarke, Joseph B., Hanford, Cal. 1881 

Clark, Josiah B., Ellis, Mass. 1838 

*Clark, Moulton N., Walworth, Wis. 368 
Clark, N. George, Boston, Mass. 49, 1857 

Clark, Orville C, Missoula, Mont. 261 

Clarke, Samuel W., Boston, Mass. 1874 

Clark, Solomon, Goshen, Mass. 1841 

Clark, Theodore J., Northtield, Mass. 1842 
Clark, Victor F., Holdredge, Neb. 
Clarke, William B., Durham, Ct. 
Cl.irk, William C, South Hero. Vt. 
Clark, William D., Chesterfield, 111. 
Clark, William J.. Lamoille, III. 
Clarke, William P., ^. B. C. F. M. 
Clayton, John B., Sappington, Mo. 
Clayton, Thomas, Berlin,~Ct. 
Cleaveland, Willis M., Harwinton, Ct 

Clifton, Theodore, Milwaukee, Wis. 364 

* ClosBon, Josiah T., New Salem, Mass. 212 

Coate, Henry, Wauseon, Ohio. 314 

Cobb, Elisha G., Florence, Mass. 214 
Cobb, Levi H. 59 Bible House, N. Y. 55, 18.57 
Cobb, Wm. H., Newton Centre, Mass. 53, 1872 

Cobleigh, Elvira, Waila Walla, Wn. 1890 

Cochlin, Deraas, Traverse City, Micb. 240 

Cochran, Albert B., Bangor, Mich. 1882 

Cochran, Florenzo C., Rising City, Neb. 268 

Cochran, Samuel D., Normal, HI. 1842 

Cochran, Wm., Chicago, 111. 136 
Coddington, Frederic M., Litchfield, Micht 236 
Coe, David B., Bible House, N. Y. 56, 1840 

Coggin, William S., Boxford, Mass. 1838 

Cogswell, Joseph S., Standish, Me. 192 
Coit, Joshua, Winchestter, Mass. 56, 1860 

Colburn, Henry H., Danbury, N. H. 274 



12, 264 
112 
348 
136 
142 
379 
254,6 
110 
114 



Colby, John, South Natick. Mass. 212 

Colcord, Daniel H., Chiremont, Cal. 1881 

Colcord, Samuel, 3 W. Slst St., N. Y. 1875 

Cole, H. Hammond, San Francisco, Cal. 102 

Cole, Royal M., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Cole, Samuel V., Taunton, Mass. 220 

Cole, Thomas W., Columbus, Neb. 268 

Cole, William I., Houlton, Me 188 
Colman, Geo. W.. 622 62d 8t.,Chicago, 111.1863 

Coleman, J. M., Hacklebury, Ala. 1868 

Coleman, William L., Grinnell, lo. 1842 

Colledge, William A., Cadillac, Mich. 228 

Collie, Joseph, Delavan, Wis. 360 

Collier, John L., Huntington, W. Va. 3.52 

Collier, Thomas J., Canton, 111. 134 

Collin, Quincy J., Clayviile, N. Y. 1864 

Collins, Caleb C, Troy, N. C. 298 

Collins, Elbert J., Chillicothe, 111. 138 

Collins, John C, New Haven, Ct. 1886 

Collins, John H., Fresno, Cal. 98 

*Collins, William, Stockbridge, Wis. 366 

CoUom, Joseph E., Berea,0. 304 

Colton, Aaron M., Easthampton, Mass. 1840 

Colton, Alfred E., Patchogue, N. Y. 292 

[Colton, Erustus, deceased. 21 

Colton, Theron G., Sylvania, O. 314 

Colton, Willis S., Toledo, O. 1856 

I Colwell, John W., Barrington, R. I. 328 

[Combs, Clement, deceased. 254 

Comings, Elam J., Kingsville, O. 1841 
Compton, Herbert E., Svkeston, N. D. 12, 302 

Corastock. Davillo W., Douglas, Neb. 264 
Conard, Wm. J., Mankato, Minn. 15, 244 

Condon, Thomas, Eugene, Or. 18.54 

Cone, Luther H., Springfield, Mass. 218 

Conkling, Benjamin D., Hiawatha, Kan. 172 

Conley, Henry W., Ellsworth Falls, Me. 186 

Connell, David, Woodstock, N. H. 1842 

Conner, James R., Dover, O. 308 

Connet, Alfred, Dwight, Kan. 1861 

Connett, Allen W.. Beatrice. Neb. 1890 

Conrad, Arcturus Z., Worcester, Mass. 224 

Conrad, Charles E., Quincy, 111. 140 

Conrad, George A., Omaha, Neb. 266 

Constant, Edward, Ipswich, Mass. 208 
Converse, William A. C, Piermont, N. H. 278 

Cook, Charles H., Billings, Mont. 261 

Cook, Jonathan B., HoUiston, Mass. 1850 

Cook, Silas P., East Northfield, Mass. 214 
Cooke, William H., Oakland, Cal. 60, 1880 

Cooledge, Chalmer H., W. Newbury Vt. 346 

Cooledge, Charles E., Collinsville, Ct. 110 

Cooledge. William A., Cadillac, Mich. 228 

Cooley, Harvey G., Minneapolis, Minn. 1891 

Cooley, Henry, Springfield. Mass. 1846 

Cooley, WiUiam F., Stanley, N. J. 232 

Coolidge, Amos H., Leicester, Mass. 208 
Coolidge, Henry A., Stoddard, N. H. 12, 280 

Coombe, Philip. Ferndale. Cal. 1881 
Cooper, James, Harbine, Neb. 264, 8 

Cooper, James W., New Brit.iin, Ct. 116 

*Cooper, John H. Andover, O. 304 

Cooper, Samuel B., Rowley, Mass. 216 

Copping, Bernard, Groveland, Mass. 206 

Coquilette, Wm. E., Koodhouse, III. 146 
[Cordell, Jame* G., deceased. 

Cordley, Richard, Lawrence, Kan. 174 

Corey, Ephraim M., Raymond, Wis. -366 

Cornell, William M., Boston, Mass. 1830 

Corsbie, Hadley M., Woodworth, Wis. 1876 

Corwin, Car! H., Hermosa, III. 136 

Corwin, Eli D., Chicago, III. 1851 

Cory, Empson, Wadena, Minn. 252 

Cory, Isaac L., Milwaukee, Wis. 364 
Cossar, A. O., Vermontville, Mich. 16, 228, 40 

Cot6, Thomas G. A., Springfield, Mass. 1871 

Cotton, Henry A., Elgin, 111. 1888 

Counseller, E. Melville, Bssexville, Mich. 230 

Countryman, Franklin, N. Branford, Ct. 118 
Courier, John E., Onaga, Kan. 176, 8 



408 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Cousins, Edgar M., Cumberland Mills, Me. 194 
Covell, Arthur J., Waterbury, Vt. .350 

Cowan, John, South Deerfield, Mass. 202 

Cowan, John W., Tabor, lo. 166 

Coyle, John P., North Adams, Mass. 212 

Craft, Ernest J., Jefferson, O. -308 

Cragin, Charles C, Evanston, 111. 1870 

Craig, Henry K., Falmouth, Mass. 1855 

Craig, Timothy C, Aberdeen, Wn. 353 

Crane, Charles D., Newcastle. Me. 190 

[Crane, Edward C., deceased, 
Crane, Edward P., DeWitt, Jo. 156 

[Crane, Ethan B., deceased, 21 

Crane, Henry C, Pepperell, Mass. 214 

Crane, John F., Superior, Mich. 226, 40 

Crane, Kendriek H., New London, O. 310, 2 
Crater, George W., Hetland, 8. D. 330, 2, 6 
Crathern, Charles F., Charleftown, Mass. 198 
Cravath, Erastus M., Nashville, Tenn. 1860 
Crawford. Andrew K., Napa, (^al. 100 

Crawford, Charles D., Crested Butte, Col. 106 
Crawford, Charles H., Hammond, La. 180 

Crawford, Lyndon S., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Crawford, Matthew A., A. B. 0. F. M. 379 
Crawford, Otis D., Pasadena. Cal. 1872 

Crawford, Robert, Clinton, Ct. 202 

Crawford, Sidney, Kutland,Mas8. 216 

Crawford, William, Sparta, Wis. 366 

Credeford, George H., Wilton, Me. 194 

Creegan, Charles C Boston, Mass. 49,1874 
Creelman, Harlan, Worthington, Mass. 224 
Cressman, Abraham A., Fairmont, Neb. 264 
Cressman, Edm'd, Doniphan. Neb. 264, 6, 70 
Crips, Philip M., Bridgeport, Mich. 228 

Cristy, Albert B., Albuquerque, N. M. 12, 271 
Crocker, George, Wheaton, HI. ' 1888 

Croft, Charles P., Weatogne, Ct. 1873 

Crofts, George W., Beatrice, Neb. 262 

Croker, John, Green Mountain, lo. 160 

Cromer, Jeremiah C, Chicago, 111. 136 

Crosby, John F., E. Barrington, N. H. 12, 272 
Crosby, Samuel B., Loomis, Neb. 12, 266 

Cronin, Henry C, Jersey City, N. J. 1878 

Cronk, Delos. Middleville, Mich. 1877 

Cross, Allen E., Cliftondale, Mass. 12, 216 

Cross, Gorham, Richville, N. Y. 1840 

Cross, James F., Rosebud, S. D. 336 

Cross, Joseph W., West Boylston, Mass. 1834 
Cross, Moses K., Waterloo, "lo. 1842 

Cross, Roland 8., Fairmont, Minn. 246 

Cross, Koselle T.. York, Neb. 270 

Cross, William H., Saratoga, Cal. 104 

Croswell.Micah S.. W.Cedar st.Chicago,II1.1867 
Crouch, Wm. S., Maple Hill, Kan. 1888 

Crowder, Francis J., Coloma, Wis. 1860 

*Crowell, Preston R., Greenfield, N. H. 274 
Crowell, Zenas, Kingston, Mass. 208 

Crura, John H., Terre H.iute, Ind. 152 

Cruzan, John A., Santa Cruz, Cal. 102 

Culp, David W., Palatka, Fla. 1879 

Culver, Franklin J., Santa Monica, Cal. 102 
Culver, William C, Verbena, Ala. 90, 2 

Cumbus, George W., Columbus, Ga. 12, 130 
Cumraings, Ephraim C, Portland, Me. 1858 
Cummiugs, George H., Thompson, Ct. 122 
Cummings, Henry, Strafford, Vt. 348 

Cnmings, John M., Sheldon, lo. 166 

Cunningham, John, West Groton, N. Y. 296 
Cunningham, Lorenzo D.,Thibodeaux,La. 180,2 
Currier, Albert H., Oberlin, O. 73, 1862 

Curry, Erastus S., Christy, Mo. 254 

Curtis, Asher W., Haleigh, N. C. 298 

Curtis, Charles B., Beloit, Ala. 1873 

Curtis, Charles H., Portland, Or. 60, 1886 

Curtis, Edward D., Indianapolis, Ind. 56, 1883 
Curtis, Ethan, Syracuse, N. Y. .56, 1868 

Curtiss, George, Mayville, N. D. .302 

Curtis, Gilbert A., Andover, Ct. 1876 

[Curtiss, Leander, deceased. 21 

Curtis, Lucius, Hartford, Ct. 1846 



Curtiss, Samuel I., Chicago, III. 69, 1874 

Curtis, Walter R., Londonderry, Vt. 346 

Curtis, Walter W., West Stockbridge, Mass. 222 

Curtis, William C, The Dalles, Or. 320 

Curtis, William C.,Brownville, Me. 

Curtis, William L., A. B. C. F. M. 

Curtis, William W., A. B. C. F. M. 

Cushman, John P., Castine, Me. 

[Cutler, Brainerd B., deceased. 

Cutler, Calvin, Auburndale, Mass. 

Cutler, Charles, Tallmadge, O. 

Cutler, Charles H., Bangor, Me. 

Cutler, Ebenezer, Worcester, Mass. 

Cutler, George B., Stoddard, N. H. 

Cutler, Temple, Essex, Mass. 

Cutter, Marshall M.. Brookline, Mass 

Cutting, Charles, Whitneyville, Ct 



186 
379 
379 
186 

212 



204 



Cutting, Henry P., Bethlehem, N. H. 
Dada, Edwin P., Friend, Neb. 



272 
264 
128, 42 
, 1890 
1868 
126 
353, 6 
294 
21 



Dada, William B., Watervliet, Mich. 
Daley, Charles M., Huron, 8. D. 
Daley, James A., Rochester, N. Y. 
*Daily, John H., Washington, D. 0. 
Dailey, Squire, Colville, Wn. 
Dalton, Martin L., Salamanca, N. Y. 
[Dame, Charles, deceased, 

Damon, Cyrus W., Dartford, Wis. 12, %m 

Damon, John F., Seattle, Wn. 1807 

Dana, J. Jay, Housatonic, Mass. 1853 

Dana, Malcom McG., Lowell, Mass. 208 

Dana, Samuel H.. Quincy, 111. 144 

Danford, James W., Caledonia, N. D. 300 

Danforth, James R., Liege, Belgium, 379 
Danforth, J. Romeyn, West Mystic. Ct. 12, 122 

Daniels, Chas. H., Bible House, N. Y. 49, 1873 

Daniel. Daniel, South Gibson, Pa. 1847 

Daniels, Henry M., DeLuz, Cal. 96 

Daniels, Joseph L., Olivet, Mich. 1876 

Danielson, Joseph, Southington, Ct. 122 

Darling, George, Cambridge, Mass. 1850 

Darling, Marc W.. Sioux City, lo. 166 

Darling, Thomas W., Acworth, N. H. 272 

Darnell, Elias, Dawsonville, Ga. 130 
Dascomb, Alfred B., Westminster, Vt. 1S62 

Davenport, John G., Waterbury, Ct. 124 

Davidson, John N., Two Rivers, Wis. 364 

Davidson, William E., Algona, lo. 154 
Davies, Arthur E., Lake Preston, 8. D. 332, 4 

Davies, Daniel D., Findlay, O. 308 

Davies, Daniel T., Shamokin, Pa. 326 

Davies, David, Neath, Pa. 324 

Davies, David D., Nanticoke, Pa. 1867 

Davies, David E., Sprague, Wn. 1874 

Davies. David M., Rosendale, Wis. 1871 

Davies, Edward, Remseu. N. Y. 284 

Davies, Henry, Bangor, Wis. 3£8, 60 

Davies, Henry, Green's Farms, Ct. 1890 

Davies, Howell, Lansford, Pa. 324 

Davies, James, Salem, To. 1874 

Davies, J. Francis, Lima, O. 310 

Davies, John B., St. Mary's, O. 312 

Davies, John D., Spring Green. Wis. 366 
Davies, John F., Plainfield, Center, N. Y. 294 

Davies, John L., Akron, O. 304 

Davies, John P., Tallmadge, O. 1861 

Davies, Richard R., Sandusky, O 312 

Davies, Theophilus. Plains. Pa. 324 

*Davies. Thomas D., Sheldon, Vt. 12, 344 

Davies, Thomas E., New Haven, Ct. 1865 

Davies, Thomas T., Richville, N. Y. 294 

Davies, Thomas V., Stockton, Kan. 176 

Davies, William, Spokane, Wn. 356 

Davies, William A., Brunswick, Neb. 1886 

Davies, Willi.am M., Gomer, O. 308 
Davis, Albert A. .North Branch,Minu. 12, 250,2 

Davis, Charles H., Villa Park, Cal. 104 

Davis, David L., Edwardsdale, Pa. 322 

Davis, Francis W., J. B. G. F. M. 379 
Davis,FrankW.,CumberlandCenter,Me.l2,186 

Davis, Hardin W., St. Joseph, Mich. 12, 240. 



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40D 



Davis, Jerome D., A. B. C F. M. 379 

Davis, Joseph J., Varn, Ga. loO 

Davis, Joseph W., Monticello, lo. 162 

Davis, Josiah G., Amherst, N. H. 1844 

Davis, Lyman E., Albany, N. Y. 284 

Davis, Perley B., Dorchester, Mass. 15, 198 
Davis, R. H. Henson, Pattonville, Tex. 340 
*Davla, R. Henry, North Conway, N. H. 274 
Davis, William H., Detroit, Mich. 230 

Davis, William M., Denver, Colo. 12, 106 

Davis, William V. W., Worcester, Mass. 224 
Davis, William W., Mt. Carnr.el. Pa. 1867 

Davison, Charles, Greenville, Me. 188 

t Davison, Joseph, deceased, 22 

)avi80n, Joseph B , Hartland, Wis. 362 

Davy, Forrest E., Baldwin, Mich. 226 

Davy, James J., Amenia, N. D. 300 

tDawe8,Ebenezer, deceased, 22 

)aw8on, John B., Essexville, Mich. 1860 

Dawson, William E., Shabbona, 111. 146 

Day, Benjamin W., Mannsvllle, N. Y. 290 
Day, Charles O., Brattleboro, Vt. 342 

Day, Edward, Lenox, Mass. 208 

Day, Ernest E., Bowmanville, 111. 136 

Day, George E., New Haven, Cl. 75, 1840 

Day, Hiram, Glencoe, HI. 1844 

Day, Philemon R., W. Avon, Ct. 1864 

Day, Rodney C. Lisbon Centre, N. Y. 290 
Day, S. Mills, Honeoye, N. Y. 288 

Day, Warren F., Ottawa, 111. 144 

Day, William H., Sedgwick st., Chicago, 111. 12 
Deakin, Samnel, Hay Springs, Neb. 264 

Dean, Amos N., Crete, Neb. 1881 

Dean, Benjamin A., Medford, Mass. 210 

Deane, James, Crown Point, N. Y. 286 

Dean, Martin G., Rush Centre, Kan. 185 

Dean, Oliver S., Holbrook, Mass. 1864 

Dean, William N. T., Oxford, Mass. 214 

De Bevoise, Gabriel H., Keene, N. H. 276 
Decker, Henry A., Bronson, Mich. 226, 8 

De Forest, Heman P., Detroit, Mich. 2.30 

De Forest, Henry S., Talladega, Ala. 1S63 

De Forest, John H..,A.B.G.F. M. 379 

De Kay, George H., Tulare, Cal. 104 

De La Vergne, Ales. L., Gere, Kan. 1877 

DeLong, David D., Arkansas City, Kan. 170 
Delong, Thomas W., Ainsworth, Neb. 262 
Delvin, Charles S., Chase, Mich. 228 

Delzell, Finis E., Mansfield Centre, Ct. 116 
Delzell, Samuel W., Newtown, Ct. 118 

Demarest, S. DuBois, Prescott, Ariz. 12, 94 
Demeritt, John P., Exeter, N. H. 1870 

Demond, Abraham L., Ft. Payne, Ala. 90 

Demorest, William L., Oshkosh, Wis. 364 

Demott, Jacob L., Chepachet, R. I. 328 

Denio, Francis B., Bangor, Me. 66, 1881 

Denison, Daniel, Pomfret Centre, Ct. 120 

Denison, John H., Williamstown, Mass. 1870 
Dennen, Stephen R., W. Newton, Mftss. 1855 
Denney, Wilson, Ashland, Neb. 262 

*Dent, Thomas J., Aberdeen, S. D. 330 

• De Peu, John, Norfolk, Ct. 118 

De Pew, Arnett W., Abingdon, 111. 134 

De Puy,Wellington, Grand Ledge, Mich. 1884 
Derebey, C. A., Clintonville, Wis. 1888 

De Rienaer, William E., Somonauk, 111. 146 
*Derome, Jules A., Cottage Grove, Minn. 244 
Devitt, Theoph. S., Branford, Ct. 110 

Dewey, Harry P., Concord, N. H. 272 

Dewey, Willis C, A. B. C. F. if. 379 

Dowhurst, Frederic E., Indianapolis, Ind. 160 
Dewhurst, William H., Springfield, Mass. 218 
*Dexter, Frank N., Clinton, Wis. 358 

Dexter, Granville M., Guinda, Cal. 1873 

Dexter, Morton, Boston, Mass. 53, 1873 

Dexter, William H.. Springfield, Mass. 218 
*Deyo, Charles I.. Beldlng, Mich. 226 

Dickens, Albert W., Middlebury, Vt. 346 

Dickerman, George 8., New Haven, Ct. 128 
Dickerman, Josiah P., Neillsville, Wis. 1891 



Dickerman, Lysander, New York, N. Y. 185S 
*Dickerson, Charles H., Newark, N. J. 282 
Dickerson, Orson C , Godfrey, 111. 140, 2 

Dickey, Fred. M., [S. D.] 1891 

Dickey, Myron P., Milton, N. H. 278 

Dickinson, Charles A., Boston, Mass. 198 

Dickinson, Charles II., Wallingford, Ct. 1885 
*Dicklnsou, C. W., Baiting Hollow, N. Y. 284 
Dickinson, Cornelius E., Marietta, O. 310 

Dickinson, Ferd. W.,N. Walton, N. Y. 292, 6 
Dickinson, George L., Whately, Mass. 222 
Dickinson, Geo. R., Cedar Rapids, lo. 156 
Dickinson, Henry A., Huntington, Mass. 1863- 
Dickinson, Sam'l F., Grand Junction.Col. 106 
Dickinson, Samuel W., St. Paul, Minn. 250 



Dickinson, Selden C, Oberlin, O. 
Dickinson, Wm. E., Amherst, Mass. 
Dickinson. William G., Huron, S D. 
Dickson, James M., Providence, R. I. 
Didribsen, David M., Millville, Mass. 
*Dldriksen, Sevrin K., Roxbury, Mass. 
Diggs, Marshall W., Fort Recovery, O. 
Dike, Samuel W., Auburndale, Mass. 
Dillcy, Alexander B., Denver, Colo. 
Dilley, Samuel, Partridge, Kan. 
Dilley, Samuel V., Paris, N. Y. 
Dillner, Peter E.. Worcester, Mass. 
(Dimon, Jacob V., deceased. 
Dingwell, James, Rockville, Cl. 
Dinsmore, Chas. A., Willimautic, Ct. 
Dinsmore, Edward F., Haywards, Cal. 
Dinsmore, John, Auburn, Me. 
Disbrow, Edward D., Carthage. S. D. 
Diven, Clarence L.,01ympia, Wn. 
Dixon, Hiram H., Whitewater, Wis. 
Dixon, James J. A. T., Atwood, Kan. 
Dixon, Julian H., Chamberlain, S. D. 
Dixon, M. Coupland, Northport, Mich. 
Doane, John, Lincoln, Neb. 
Dobbs, James H., Brookfleld, Mo. 
Dodge, Austin, Shelburne, Mass. 
Dodge, Benjamin, Pleasant Hill. Tenn. 
Dodge, George S., Worcester, Mass. 
Dodge, George S., Woods Holl, Mass. 
Dodge, John E., Lake View, Mass. 
Dodge, John W., Newburyport, Mass. 
Dodge. Seward M., Sidney, N. Y. 
Doe, Franklin B., St. Louis, Mo. ; 

Dole, Charles J., Lorain, O. 
Dole, J. Herbert, Kelloggsville, O. 
Dole, Sylvester R., Parkman, O. 
DoUiff, Frank 8., Jackson, Me. 
Donaldson, Levi J., Charlestown, O. 
Donnell, Albert, Johnson, Vt. 
Donovan, David, Madison, Minn. 
D'Ooge, Martin L., Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Doolittle, John B., Farnam, Neb. 
Dorward, .James C, A. B. C. F. M. 
Doty, Micajab, Artesian City, 8. D. 
Dougherty, James G., Kansas City, Kan. 
Dougherty, M. Angelo, Cambridge, Mass. 1869 
Douglass, Clinton, Des Moines, lo. 156 

Douglass, Francis J., Ames, lo. 154, 8 

Douglas, Newell F., Newell, lo 162 

Douglass, Solomon J., New Haven, Ct 1863 
Douglass, Thomas, 229 E. 14th St., N. Y. 1866 
Douglass, Truman O., Grinnell, lo. 56, 1868 
Dow, William W., Portsmouth, N. H. 1868 
Dowd, Quincy L., Winnetka, 111. 148 

Dowdeii, William H., Washington, N. H. 280 
Downer, Sawyer B., Prattville, Mich. 1875 
Downs, Allison O., Manitou, Col. 108 

Downs, Charles A., Lebanon, N. H. 276 

Dowse, Edmund, Sherborn, Mass. 218 

Doyle, Amos A., New Rockford, N. D. 302 
Drahms, August, San Q.uentin, Cal. 1878 

t Drake, Andrew J., deceased. 
)rake, Charles W.. Elbridge, N. Y. 28* 

Drake, Ellis R., Manhattan, Kan. 174 

Drake, Mary E., Iroquois, S. D. 1890 



12, 102 
1860 
1873 
.328 
198 
198 
18.57 
1869 
1856 
1848 
292 
12, 224r 



124 



18.52 

12. 3S2 

3.54 

1852 
170 
3.32 
236 8 
266 
2.54 
218 

1848 

1872 
204 
224 

1860 
294 
6, 1854 
310 
308 
312, 4 
188 

1874 



174 



410 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Drennan, Manuel J., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1866 
Dresser, Amos, Dover, Neb. 262 

Drew, Charles E., Chicago, 111. 140 

Drew, Frank L., Cheyenne, Wyo. 370 

Drew, James B., 8t. I'aul, Minn. 250 

Drew, Stephen F., Stowe, Vt., 348 

Drisco, Raymond C, East Derry, N. H. 274 
Dudley, Joseph P., Eau Claire, Wis. 360 

[Dudley, Martin, deceased, 22 

Dudley, Myron 8., Nantucket, Mass. 16, 212 
Dugan, William R., Peru, Vt. 346 

Dumm, William W., Greeley, Colo. 106 

Dunaway, Willis. New Site, Ala. 92 

Dungan, George W., Otis, Colo. 106, 8 

Dunham, Dwight, Chase, Kan. 170 

Dunham, Moses E.. WhitCfboro, N. Y. 296 
Dunham, Warren N., Newton, lo. 168 

Dunlap, George H., Derby Line, Vt. 1877 

Dunlap, Samuel P., Springfield, O. 312 

Dunn, Charles W., Nashville, Tenn. 1888 

Dunn, Simeon B., Boston, Mass. 1875 

Dunnels. A. Frederic, Bath, .Me. 184 

Dunning, Albert E., Boston, Mass. 1870 

Dunning, Homer N., South Norwalk, Ct. 1852 
Dunsmore, H. Chas., Anthony, Kan. 170 

*Durant, Edward L., Pioneer, lo. 168 

Duryea, Joseph T., Omaha, Neb. 266 

Duryea, Minor J., Ashley, Mich. 1885 

Dustan, George, Hartford, Ct. 1859 

[Dutton, Albert I., deceased, 22 

Dutton, Charles H., Wilton, N. H. 280 

Dutton, Horace, Auburndale, Mass. 1868 

Dutton, John M., Newtonville, Mass. 12, 212 
Dwight, Charles A. 8., Englewood, N. J. 1883 
Dwight, Henry O., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

D wight, Melatiah E., Plainfield, N. J. 1869 
Dwight, Timothy, New Haven, Ct. 75, 1861 
Dyas, Joseph P., Baxter, lo. 154 

Dyckman, Samuel B., Chanute, Kan. 178 

Dyer, Alraon J.,N. Brookfleld, Mass. 12, 214 
Dyer, Edward O., Whitman, Mass. 1883 

Dyer, Nathan T., Medfield, Mass. 210 

Dykeman, Charles F., St. Paul, Minn. 1866 
Dyrnes8,Chri8tenT., Warren Av.,Chic'o,Ill.l36 
Eagle, John P.,' Providence, K. I. 328 

Earl, James, Brownton, Minn. 244, 52 

Earl, Tbeophilus R., Buena Vista, Col. 106 
East, William K., Gate City, Ala. 90 

Eastman, Adelbert L., Plainfield, N. J. 1884 
Eastman, AnnisF., West Bloomfield.N. Y. 296 
Eastman, Edward P., Brownfield, Me. 186 
Eastman, George P., Millbury, Mass. 212 

[Kastman, Lucius R., deceased, 23 

Eastman, Lucius R., Framingham,Mass. 204 
Eastman, Morgan L., Royallon, Wis. 1849 

Eastman, Sam. E., W. Bloomfleld, N. Y. 1875 
Eastman, William R., Albany, N. Y. 1862 

Eaton, Cvrus H., S.Waterst., Chicago, Ill.,1850 
Eaton, Edward D., Beloit, Wis. 1876 

Eaton, James D.. A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Eaton, James F., Walla Walla, Wu. 1879 

Eaton, Joseph M R., Redlands, Cal. 1845 

Eaton, Samuel W., Roscoe, 111. 146 

Eaton, Walter 8., Revere, Mass. 12, 216 

Eckles, Frank E., Gilman, Colo. 106 

Eckles, John G., Tulare, Cal. 1858 

Eckman, James K., Osborne, Kan. 1869 

Eddie, James B., (.)akland, Cal. 100 

Eddy, Hiram, Canaan, Ct. 1839 

Eddy, William D., Norwood, N. Y. 292 

Edmands, T. Merrill, Brainerd, Minn. 244 

Edmonds, Robert H., Mansfield, O. 310 

Edmunds, John 8., Rochester. Mich. 238 

Edquist, Frederick, Philadelphia, Pa. 1885 
Edson, Henry K., Grinnell, lo. 1881 

Edwards, George L., Millington, Ct. 112 

Edwards, Henry L., Northampton, Mass. 1857 
Edwards, John, jPittsburg, Pa. 324 

Edwards, John, Youngstown, O. 306 

Edwards, Jonathan, Spokane, Wn. 354, 6 



Edwards, Jonathan, Wellesley Hills, Ms. 220 

Edwards, Nicholas T., Kewanee, 111. 142 

Edwards, Wm , Fort Abercrombie, N. D. 300 

f Eells, Cushing, deceased. 

Eells, Edward, jr., 1886 

Eells, Myron, Union City, Wn. 354, 6 

Egerland, Franz, Sioux Falls, 8. D. 

Egerton, Thomas R., Annawan.IU. 

Egleston, Nath. H., Washington, D. C 

Egleston, Wm. R., Westmoreland, Kan. 1826 

Ehnamini, Artenias, Santee, Nob. 268 

Elder, Hugh, Farmington, Me. 188 

Eldcrkin, John, Ekonk, Ct. 122 

Eldredge, John W., Beaverton, Or. 1887 

Ellingsou, Ludowig, Pawtucket, R. I. 12, 1892 

Elliott, Franklin Y. [la.] 1886 

Elliot, Lester H., Waterbury, Vt. 

Elliott, Margaret R., Norrie, Wis. 

Elliott, Stephen G., Aurora, Mo. 

Elliott, Wm. A., Gladstone, Mich. 

*Ellis, Jacob F., Oberlin, O. 

Ellis. John, Maywood, III. 

Ellis, John M., Oberlin, O. 

*Ellis, Morgan A. [Col.] 

Ellis, Walter M., Elroy, Wis. 

Ellms, Louis, Halifax, Mass. 

Ellsworth, Alfred A., Braintree, Mass, 

Ellsworth, John S., Newark Valley, N. Y. 290 

Elsor, Jacob W , Jewell, lo. 160. 2 

Elwood, Willis P., A. B. C. F. 31. 

Ely, Edward L., Red Cloud, Neb. 

Ely, Joseph A., Rochester, N. Y. 

Ely, Robert E., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Embleton, John S., Severy, Kan. 

Embree, Charles S., Mary Esther, Fla 

Embree, Jehu H., Ocheltree, Kan. 

Embree, Pearson, Mary Esther, Fla. 

*Emerson, Forrest P. Sedalia, Mo. 

Emerson, Fred C, Lake Park, Minn. 

Emerson, James, S. Barnstead. N. H; 
j Emerson, James O., Pittsfield,Ill. 
j Emerson, John D., Biddeford, Me. 
j Emerson, Joseph, Beloit, Wis. 

Emerson, Oliver P., Honolulu, H. I. 

Emerson, Rufus W., Monson, Me. 

Emerson, Stephen G., Moreno, Cal. 

Emerson, Thomas A., Clinton, Ct. 



134 
1845 



358, 64 
1864 
60, 1890 
1873 
142 
1866 
1865 
360 
206 



379 
268 
1876 
1891 
1874 
128 
176 
1852 
15, 1865 
244,8 
272 
144 
1858 
1860 
379 



*Emery, JohnC, Jersey City, N. J. 
Emery, Samuel P., W. Newark, N. Y. 



1837 



Emery, Samuel H., Taunton, Mass. 
Emmons, Abram S., Pulaski, N. Y. 
Emmons, Henry V., Kittery Point, Me. 188 
Erapsou, Geo. C, Gladstone, Mich. 232, 8 

Emrich, Fred E., 8. Framingham, Mass. 204 
England, Elias B., Chester, N. J. 282 

*English, William P., East Windsor, Ct. 112 
Enlow, Charles E.. Havelock, Neb. 264 

*Enoch, Owen, Frostburg, Md. 12, 182 

Erickson, Pritz, Washington Depot, Ct. 122 
Ern-t, Frederick W., Pranconia, N. H. 1880 
*EHtabrook, Frank J., Almont, Mich. 12, 226 
Estabrook, Frank P. Atkinson Depot,N.H. 278 
Estabrook, Joseph, Olivet, Mich. 1852 

Estes, Kred J., Phcenix City, Ala. 92 

Ethridge, Albert, Marseilles, 111. 142 

Evans, Daniel, E. Weymouth, Mass. 222 

Evans, Daniel A., New 8haron, Me. 188, 90 
Evans, Daniel A ., Scranton, Pa. 326 

*Evans, David E. [Col.] 1866 

Evans, David E., Mont Clare, 111. 138 

Evans, David M., Oak Hill, O. 1866 

Evans, Einion C, Springfield, Mo. 256 

Evans, E.D. New York, N.Y. 290 

Evans, Frederick T., Lansford, Pa. 324 

Evans, John C, Kearney, Neb. 1867 

Evans, John G., Plymouth, Pa. 324 

Evans, John L., Northford, Ct. 118 

Evans, John M., Cleveland, O. 1875 

Evans, Lewis D., Camden, Me. 186 

*Evans, Robert T., Chicago, III. 136 



1893.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



411 



Evans, Thomas, Racine, Wis. 
Evans, Thomas D., Granville, N. Y. 
Evans, Thomas G., Berlin, Wis. 
Evans, Thomas W., Columbus City, lo. 
Evans, Walter A., La Grange, 111. 
Evans, William H., Big Lake, Minn. 
Evans, William J., Canal Dover, O. 
Eyans, William R., Whales, O. 
*Evalt, Robert B., Neilsville, Wis. 
Eveland, Samuel, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Everest, Asa E., Grinnell, To. 
Everest, Charles H., E. Orange, N. J. 
Eversz, Moritz E., Chicago. III. 56, 6i 
Evison, Albert E., Cando, N. 1). 
Ewell, Edwin, Byron, 111. 
Ewell, John L., Washington, D. C. 
Ewen. William S., Rupert, Vt. 
Ilwing, Edward C, Danvers, Mass. 
Ewing, William, Lansing, Mich. 6( 

Tairbank, Edward, A. B. C F. M. 



1846 
142 
244 

1886 
1S8.5 



1850 

2S2 



202 

I, 1879 

379 



Fairbanks, Edward T., St. Johnsbury,Vt. 348 

Fairbanks, Francis J., Amherst, Mass. 1864 

Fairbanks, Geo. H., Cleveland, O. 1880 

Fairbanks, Henry, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1858 

Fairbank, Henry, A. B. G. F. M. 379 

Fairbank, John B., Waverly, 111. 148 

Fairbank, Samuel B., A. B. C. F. 3f. 379 

Fairchild, George T., Manhattan, Kan. 1870 
Fairchild, James H., Oberlin, O. 73, 1841 

Fairfleld, Edmund B., Li/ons, France, 379 
Fairfield, Frederick W., Wa8hington,D.C. 1871 

Fairfield, George D., Lyons, France, 379 

Fairfield, Miner W., Ypsilanti, Mich. 1847 

Fales, Elisha F., Palestine, Texas, 340 

Farnham, Luther, Boston, Mass. 1844 

*Farnsworth. Charles [Ky.] 1890 

Farnsworth, Wilson A., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Farquhar, Robert W., Oroville, Cal. 100 

Farrar, Henry, Gilead, Me. 1867 
Farrill, Edgar T., Lebanon, N. H. 274, 6 

'Farwell, Parris T., Stockbridge, Mass. 218 

Fassett, John, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1846 
Fath, Jacob, Muscatine, lo. 162, 4 

Faville, Henry, La Crosse, Wis. 362 

Faville, John, Appleton, W^s. 358 

Fawcett, Joseph, Surry, N. H. 1863 

Fawkes, Francis, Kalo, lo. 164 

Fay, Amasa C, Fitzwilliam, N". H. 274 

Fay, Henry C, Somerville, Mass. 1858 

Fay, Levi L., Moss Run, O. 1843 

Fay, Prescott, Quecbee, Vt. 344 

Fay, Rollins B., Westford, Vt. 350 

Fay, Solomon P., Dorchester, Mass. 1849 

Fay, Walcott, Westboro, Mass. 222 

Fay, William E., .4. B. C. F. M. 379 

*Feem8ter, Paul 8., Fulton, Kan. 176 

Feemster, Robert M. D., Fulton, Kan. 1877 

Feemster, Hamuel B., Noble, Mo. 1876 
*FellowB, Charles B., Minneapolis, Minn. 1878 
Fellowes, Edward C , Acushnet, Maes. 16,212 

Fellows, Franklin E., Norwich, Ct. 1858 

Fellows, SilenuB H., Wauregan, Ct. 120 
Felt, Jesse B., Carthage, N. Y. 286, 94 

Fenley, Wilson L., Woodward, Ga. 1883 

Fenn, William H., Portland. Me. 192 

Fenuer, James W., Holley, N. Y. 1891 

Ferguson, Frank L., Chadron, Neb. 1885 

Ferner, John W., St. Louis Park, Minn. 248 
Ferrier. Wm. W ., Port Angeles, Wn. 13, 354 
Ferris, Arthur F., Mt. Carrael, Pa. 
Ferris, Hiram .J., Columbus, Wis. 
Ferris, Leonard Z., Rumford, R. I. 
Ferris, Walter L., Cherokee, lo. 
Fessenden, Thomas K., Farmington, Ct. 
Ficke, Herman, Dubuque, lo. 
Field, Aaron W., Alandar, Mass. 
•Field, Alden P., Monrovia, Cal. 
Field, Artemas C, E. Arlington, Vt. 
Field, Floyd C, Ewen Station, Mich. 
Field, Frederick A., Los Angeles, Cal, 



324 



156 
1839 

156 

212, 6 

1891 

1866 



Field, (ieorge W., Bangor. Me. 18.55 

Field, James P., Amity, Mo. 254 

Field, Thomas P., Amherst, Mass. 1840 

*Findley, John J., Pewaukee, Wis. 364 

Findley, John R., Akron, (). 304 

Finster, Clarence, Rockford, Mich. 238 

Finstrom. Benj., Rush City, Minn. 250 

Fischer, Herman A., Wheaton, 111. 1878 

Fish, Dana, Wilmington, N. Y. 296 

Fish, Henry S., Piano, 111. 1851 

Fishburn, M. Ross, Washington, D. C. 126 
Fisher, George E., North .\mherst, Mass. 208 
Fisher, George P., New Haven. Ct. 75, 1854 

Fisher, Herman P., Ortonville, Minn. 13, 250 

Fisher, Oren D., Toledo, C). 314 
Fisher, Samuel V. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 248 

Fisher, Sylvester, Chicago, 111. 138 
Fisher, William B., Kansas City, Kan. 174 

Fisher, William P., Brunswick, Me. 1873 

[Fiske. Albert W., deceased, 23 

Fisk, Daniel M., Toledo, O. 314 
Fiske, Daniel T., Newburyport, Mass. 212 

Fiske, Elisha S., Waitsfleld, Vt. 350 

Fisk, Franklin L., Garner, lo. 158 
Fisk, Franklin W., Chicago, 111. 69, 1859 

*Fiske, John B., Bonne Terre, Mo. 254 

Fiske, John O., Bath, Me. 1843 

Fisk, Perriu B., Lyndon, Vt. 346, 8 

Fisk, Pliny B., Faulkton, S. D. 332, 4 

Fisk, Pliny H., Manchester. Minn. 246, 8 

Fisk, Wilbur, Freeborn, Minn. 246, 8 
*Fitch,Cha8.N., Colorado 8pring8,Colo.60, 1874 

Fitch, Franklin 8., Buffalo, N. Y. 286 

Fitch, Lucius R., Ocheyedan, lo. 164 
Fitts, James H., South Newmarket, N. H. 280 

Fitz, Arthur G.. North Bridgton, Me. 186, 8 

*Flagg, James W., Foxboro', Mass. 204 

Flagg, Rufus C, Ripon, Wis. 1872 

Flanders, Charles N., Porterville, Cal. 13, 102 

Flawith, Frederick, Antioch, Cal. 96 
Fleming, Edward T., Santa Anna, Cal. 1S91 

Fleming, Moses G., Amandaville, Ga. 130 

Fleming, Samuel P., Goss, Ga. 1880 
[Fletcher, James, deceased. 

Fletcher, Rufus W., Quillayute, Wn. 1875 

Flint, Joseph R., Orford, N. H. 278 

*Klint, Wm. H., Cedar Springs, Mich. 228,30 

Flook, Jacob, Sutton, Neb. 268 
Florence, ?;;phraim W., E. Orleans, Mass. 214 

Fobes, J. Warner, Peace Dale, R. I. 328 

Fubes, William A., Worcester, Mass. 1855 
Folsom, George DeF., San Francisco, Cal. 1855 

Fols(jpi, Omar W., Bath, Me. 184 

Fonda, Jesse L., Providence, 111. 144 

Foote, William W., Oberlin, O. 1864 

Forbes, Charles A., Seneca, Kan. 176 

Forbes, Franks., Ogden. Utah, 340 

Forbes, Harry L., St. Louis, Mo. 256 

Forbes, Samuel B., Hartford, Ct. 114 
Forbes. Washington H., Temple, N. H. 280 

Forbush, William B.. Riverside, R. I. 13, 328 
Ford, James T., Los Angeles, Cal. 56, 1857 

Forde, L. Harold, Sidney, O. 1x89 

Ford, Robert, Centre Harbor, N. H. 272 

Fordney, Daniel L., Washougal, Wn. 356 

Forrest, Ned, El Reno, Ok. 316 

Forrester, James C, Hoschton, Ga. 130, 2 

Forsyth, William, Bucksport, Me. 186, 90 

Fobs, George A., Stratham, N. H. 280 

Foster, Addison P., Roxbury, Mass. 1866 

Foster Benjamin F., Topeka, Kan. 1880 

Foster, Davis, Winchendon, Mass. 222 

Foster, Festus, Haven, Kan. 172 

Foster, Frank, Shandon, O. 312 
Foster, Frank H., Oakland, Cal. 67, 1877 

Foster, George R., Jackson, Mich. 234, 40 

Foster, Jesse D., Loren, Cal. 96 

Poster, Lauren M., Charles City, lo. 144 

Foster, Richard B., Stillwater, Ok. 316 

[Foster, Roswell, deceased, 23 



412 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Foster, William C, Middletown, Ct. « 
Fowle, James L., A. B. 0. F. M. 
Fowler, Olin L., McMillan, Wn. I 

[Fowler, !-tacy, deceased. 
Fowler, William C, Livingston, Mont. 
Fox, Alraon K., Denmark, lo. 
Fox, Daniel F., Chicago. HI. 
Fox, Frank, Big Rock, 111. 
*Fox, Jared W.. Ridgeway, Kan. 
Fox, John W.. Granville, 111. 
Frame, Ezra E., Hot Springs, S. D. 
France, I'arvin M., Lyndon, 111. 
France, William, Bath, N. H. 
*Francis, Arthur. V., Oklahoma City, Ok 
Francis, A. Uathaway, Orang--, Vt. 
Francis, Cyrus W., Atlanta, Ga. 
Francis, David R., Cleburne, Tex. 
Francis, George A., Toulon, 111. 
Franklin, August W., Cleveland, O. 
Franklin, John L., Buffalo, X. Y. 
*Frantz. Milton N., Amethyst, Colo. 
Frary, Eugene M., Coleraine, Mass. 
Frary, Lucien H., Pomona, Cal. 
*Praser, Charles H., Sheboygan, Wis. 
Eraser, Charle* W., Key West, Fla. 
Eraser. John G., Cleveland, O. 
Fray, John E.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Frazee, John H., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Frazier. Francis, Basin, Xehi. 
Frear, Walter, Oakland, Cal. 



140 
334 
142 
272 
316 
346 
1867 



106 
202 
102 



126 

.56, 1871 



1855 



Fredenhagen, Edw'd A., W. Cleveland,O.1890 
[Frederick. Henry A., deceased, 24 

Freeland, Samuel M., Pueblo, Col. 108 

Freeman, George E., Bar Harbor, Me. 184 
Freeman, Henry A., Mouson, Me. 190 

Freeman, Hiram. Sioux City, lo. 1843 

Freeman, John W., Dudley, N. C. 298 

Freeman, Joseph A., "Woodbury, Ct. 124 

Freeman, Marston S., AVaucoma, lo. 168 

Freeman, 8. A., Naperville, III. 142 

French, David E., Hampden, Me. 188 

French, Edward G., Guildhall, Vt. 13, 344 
French, George H., Meriden, N. H. 1873 

French, Herman A., Lincoln, Neb. 1873 

French, John A., Flushing. N. Y. 288 

French.S. Franklin, Derry Depot,N. H.lo,1864 
Frey, Thomas A., Biddeford, Me. 10, 184 

Frickstad, Taral T., E. Oakland, Cal. 1877 
Frink, Benson M., W. Brookfield, Mass. 222 
Frink, Lemuel T., Hobart. Ind. 150, 2 

Frisbie, Alvah L., Des Moines, lo. 156 

Fritz, Benjamin F., Greenwich, O. 308 

Fritzemeier, William, Crete, Neb. 13, 264 

Frizzelle, John W., Waseca, Minn. 252 

Frost, Daniel C, Putnam, Ct. 1840 

Frost, Daniel D., Olivet, Mich. 1846 

Frost, George B., Littleton, Mass. 208 

Frost, Lewis P., Janesville, Wis. 1850 

Frost, Willard J., Cortland, O. 13, 306, 10 

*Fry, Holland B. [Neb.] 1870 

Fryer, John P., Detroit, Mich. 1882 

Fuller, Almon T., Mannfield. Fla. 128 

Fuller, Americus, A. B. C. F. 31. 379 

Fuller, Augustus H., S. Easton, Mass. 202 
Fuller, Edgar R., New Smyrna, Fla. 128 

Fuller, Homer T.. Worcester, Mass. 1870 

Fuller, Jonathan K., Barton Landing, Vt. 342 
Fuller, Nathan E., Corning, N. Y. 286 

Fuller, Thomas N., Croton, Mich. 226 

Fullenon, Bradford M., Waltham, Mass. 220 
Fullerton, Edward G., Bridgeport. Ct. 110 
Fullerton, J. Ellsworth, Bellows Falls, Vt. 348 
*Funkhauser, Hugh C, Ft. Howard, Wis. 360 
Furber, Daniel \j., Newton Centre, Mass. 212 
Furbish, Edw. B., Spencerport, N. Y. 296 
Furman, Wm. F., Toronto, Ont. 1886 

Gadsby, George, Ceredo, W. Va. 352 

Gaines, Marshall R., Albuquerque, N. M. 3880 
Gale, Clarence R., Fitchburg, Mass. 1887 

Gale, Edmund, Faribault, Minn. 1856 



Gale, Sullivan F., Jacksonville, Fla. 56, 1862- 
Galiger, James P., Tomah, Wis. 187& 

Gallagher. George W., Tacoma, Wn. 3.56 

Gallagher, Willi.am, Easthampton, Mass. 1874 
Gallup, James A., Madison, Ct. 116 

Gammell, Sereno D., Tallmadge, O. 314 

Gardner, Austin. Warren, Ct. 122 

*Gardner, Isaac J., Silver Creek, Neb. 268 
Gardner, Nathan E., Lusk, Wyo., 370 

Gardner, Rufus P., Marion, Mass. 210 

Gardner, Theodore Y., Chicaeo, 111. 1868 

Garfield, Frank L.. Feeding Hills. Mass. 196 
Garland, Joseph. No. Fryeburg, Me. 1847 

Garman, John H., North Orange, Mass. 1847 
Garner, AlexanderC, Paris, Tex. 340 

Garrett, Oscar C, Nashville, Tenn. 13, 338 
*Garvie, James, Santee Agency, Neb. 262 

Garver, Leonard J., Grass Valley, Cal. 9& 

Gates, Charles H., Bar Mills, Me. 186 

Gates, George A., Grinnell, lo. 1882 

Gates, Hiram N.,Medford, Mass. 18.50 

Gates, Lorin S., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Gates, Matthew A., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1858 
Gates, Owen H.. Oberlin, O. 73, 1891 

Gay, Henrv II., Groton, Mass. 1889 

Gay, Joshua S., Biddeford, Me. 1848 

Gay, William M., Mclndoe Falls, Vt. 342 

Gaylord, Eber W., No. Amherst, Ms. 196 

Gaylord, Joseph F., Barre, Mass. 196 

*Gearhart, Charles D., Indianola, Neb. 266 
*Gedde8, John F, Black Creek. N. Y. 284 
Geer, Curtis M., Leipsic, Ger. 1890- 

[Geer, Herman, deceased, 24 

Geiger, John W. , Marion, lo. 162 

Geoghegan, William B., Beverly, Mass. 198 
George, David M., Pittston, Pa. .324 

George, Edward A., Newport, Vt. 346 

George, Joseph H., St. Louis, Mo. 256 

George, Norton R., Perkins, Ok. 316 

Gerould, Samuel L., Hollis, N. H. 276 

Gerrie, Andrew W., West Torrington, Ct. 122. 
Gibson, George T., Athol, Kan. 170 

Gibson, Jacob M., Millerville, Ala. 90, 2 

Gibson, John, So. Kaukauna, Wis. 362 

Giddings, Edward J., Housatonic, Mass. 1857 
Giddings, Solomon P., Washington, D. C. 1842 
Gidman, Richard H.. Preston, Ct. 120 

Gilberg, .John F. [Cal.] 1888 

Gilbert, George H., Chicago, 111. 69, 

Gilbert, James B., Ravenna, Neb. 
Gilbert, Simeon. Chicago,JJJ. 
Gilbert, William H., New Haven, Ct. 
Gilchrist, Howard H., Macksville, lud. 
Gill, William, Glyndon, Minn. 
Gillett, Arthur L., Hartford, Ct. 71. 1885 

Gillett. William R., New Haven, Mich. 228,36 
Gilliam, John W., Rome, Ga. 132 

Gillespie, Thomas, Kenosha, Wis. 1865 

Gillespie, William, Hope, N. D. 300 

Oilman, Edward W., Bible House, N. Y. 1849 
Oilman, George P., Waverly, Mass. 196 

Gilmor, Daniel W.,Menomonie, Wis. 1876 
Gilt, Henrv F., Hood River, Or. 
Gimblett, Wm. H.,Carrmgton, N. D. 
Giroux. IJewis F., Springfield, Mass. 
Gist, William W., Osage, lo. 
Gladden, W'ashington, Columbus, O. 
Glassen, Joseph, Gaylord, Mich. 
Gleason, Avery K., W. Dunbarton, N. H 
Gleason, Charles A., Wakeman, O. 
Gleason, Charles H., Somers, Ct. 
Gleason, Charles N., Edgartowu, Mass. 
Gleason, George L., Haverhill, Mass. 
Gleason, Herbert W., Minneapolis, Minn. 1887 
Gleason, John P'., Needham, Mass. 212 

Goddard, John C, Salisbury, Ct. 120 

Goff, Edward F., Aurora, 111. 134 

Golder, Arthur L., Canton Centre, Ct. 1891 
Goldsmith, Chas. F., Boscawen, N. H. 1879 
Goodale,David W.,Hillsboro Bridge, N. H. 276. 



1886 
1860- 
1863 
1846 
150 
246 



13, 318 
300 
218 

Xh, 164 
.306 
1873 

H. 274 
314 
1867 
202 
206 



1893.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



413 



Ooodcll, ]gaac, National City, Cal. 1877 

*Goocl(;ll, John H., Oakland, Cal. 100 

Goodenougli, Arthur, Winchester, Ct. 124 
■Goodenough, Herbert D., A. B. C. F. M. 379 
Goodenow, Smith B., Battle Creek, lo. 1843 
Goodhue, Daniel, Burlington, Vt. 350 

Goodhue, Henry A., Westminster W., Vt. 338 
Goodman, William W., Macksville, Ind. 1848 
Goodrich, Charles L., Plainfield, N. J. 282 
Goodrich, Chauncey, A. B. U. F. M. 379 

Goodrich, Darius N., Olivet, Mich. 
Goodrich, John E., Burlington, Vt. 
Ooodrich, Lewis, Manchester, N. H. 
Goodsell, Dennis, Murphys, Cal. 96, 100, 4 
Goodspeed, Frank L., Amherst, Mass. 13, 196 
Goodwin, Daniel, Mason, N. H. 1839 

Goodwin, Edward P., Chicago, 111. 
Goodwin, Frank J., Glen Ridge, N. J. 
Goodwin, Henry F., Lombard, 111. 
[Goodwin, Henry M., deceased. 
Goodwin, Sam. H., Farmington, N. H. 
Gordon, Charles E., Lyme, N. H. 
Gordon, David B., Kodman, N. Y. 
Gordon, George A., Boston, Mass. 
Gordon, Robert, North Adams, Mich. 
Gordon, Robert F., Weston, Mass. 
Gordon, William, Hydesville, Cal. 
Gordon, William C, Anderson, Ind. 
Gorton, Philo, Quasqueton, lo. 
Gould, Edwin S., Athol Centre, Mass. 
Gould, George H., Worcester, Mass. 
Oould, Harry A., Anthony Park, Minn. 
Gould, Mark, Worcester, Mass. 
[Gould, Samuel L., deceased, 
Graf, John F., Springfield, Mo. 
Grafif, Franklin L., Champaign, 111. 
Graham, Curtis, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Graham, John, Lakeville, Mass. 
Graham, Richard W., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Graham, Wm. H., Meansville, Ga. 
Grange, Walter S., Atkinson, 111. 
Oranger, Calvin, East Poultney, Vt. 
Granger, John L., Corning, lo. 
Orannis, George H., Chicago, 111. 
Grant, Henry M., Charleston, S. C. 
^rant, John B., Jenifer, Ala. 
Grassie, Thomas G., Ashland, Wis. 
*Grauer, Otto C, Chicago, 111. 
Graves, Alpheus, Memphis, Tenn. 
Graves, Joseph S., Niles, Mich. 
♦Graves, Lucien C, Union, N. H. 
Or.aves, Nathaniel D., Marshall, Minn. 1846 
Grav, David B., Portland, Or. 1863 

Grav, John, Sergeant Bluflf, lo. 158, 66 

Gray, Wm. D. B., Yankton, 8. D. 60, 1885 
Gray, William J., Minneapolis, Minn. 248 
Greeley, Clarence D., Chapel Hill, N. C. 1889 
Greeley, Frank N., San Jose, Cal. 1877 

[Greeley, Stephen 8. N., deceased. 25 

[Greene, Caleb, deceased. 25 

Green, Charles E., Briar Hill, N. Y. 290 

Greene, Chester W., Frankfort, Mich. 232 
Greene, Daniel, Newton, Mass. 13, 212 

Greene, 1 )aniel C, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Greene, Frederick D., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Greene, Frederick W., Andover. Mass. 196 
Greene, Harvey B., Hartford, Vt. 344 

Green, J.ames B., New Grand Chain, 111. 138, 42 
Greene, John M.. Lowell, Mass. 208 

Green, John M., DeKalb, 111. 188 

Greene, Joseph K., ^. 5. C. F. M. 379 

Green, Nelson, Detroit, Mich. 1858 

Greene, Richard G., Buffalo, N. Y. 1856 

Greene, Samuel, Seattle, Wn. 60, 1880 

*GreeDlees, Charles A., Lamar, Mo. 254 

Greenwood, Wm., Germantown, Pa. 1874 

Gregg, James B., Colorado Springs, Colo. 106 
Gregg, William C, Centre Point, lo. 1877 

Gregory, James C, Bingham, Me. 13,184 

Gregory, Lewis, Lincoln, Neb. 266 



1865 
1860 
1850 



136 

282 
142 

274 

276 

294 

198 

234, 6 

222 

98, 102 

150 

164,6 

196 

1862 

1868 

18.52 

24 

256 

136 

1845 



130,2 
134 
1834 
1866 
136 



56, 1888 

69, 1863 

1841 

1843 



Gridley, Albert L., Kidder, Mo. 254 

♦Grieb, Edmund, Wooneocket, 8. D. 330, 6 
Griffin, Edward H., Baltimore, Md. 1868 

QriiHn, George II., Springfield, Mass. 1865 
Griffin, Henry L., Bangor, Me. 184 

Griffin, John A., Danville, 111. 138, 40 

Griflin, John S.. Hillsboro, Or. 1838 

Griffin, Perley M.,Topeka, Kan. 1873 

Griffis. William E., Ithaca, N. Y. 192 

Griffiths, David R., Catasauqua, Pa. 322 

Griffiths, Griffith, Eureka, Cal. 13, 98 

Griffiths, Griffith, New Cambria, Mo. 254 

Griffiths, Henry, Neligh, Neb. 1873 

Griffiths, John H., Powell, 8. D. 334 

*Griffiths,Jno.T.,Farmersville8tation,N.Y.288 
Griffith, Joseph K., Copenhagen, N. Y. 286 
Griffith, Thomas H., Aquebogne, N. Y. 292 
Griffith, Thomas M., Sharon, Pa. 326 

Griffith, William, Niagara, N. D. 302 

Griffith, William A., Lvnxville. Wis. 16, 362, 6 
Griffiths, William R., Williamsburg, lo. 168 
Griggs, Leverett 8., Ivory ton, Ct. 112 

Grimes, Frank J., Keene, N. H. 1875 

Grinnell, Eugene I., Chassell, Mich. 228, :34 
Grinnell, Orlando S. Chicago, 111. 1879 

Grinnell, Sylvester S., River Falls, Wis. 366 
Griswold, John B., 8. Manchester, Ct. 1872 
Grob, Gottfried, Sherrill, lo. 158, 66 

Grosvenor, Charles P.,PomfretCentre,Ct. 1834 
Grout, Alden, Springfield, Mass. 1835 

Grout, Lewis, West Brattleboro, Vt. 1845 

Grout, Samuel N., Franklin, Neb. 18-50 

Grover, Daniel R., Sharon, Wis. 1886 

Grover, George W., Nashua, N. H. 278 

Grover, NahumW., Centre Ossipee, N.H. 1868 
Grover, Richard B., Roslindale, Mass. 200 
Grupe, Charles W., Saybrook, O. 312 

Grush, James W., Millville, N. Y. 290 

Guild, Charles L., Greensboro, Vt. 15, 344 
Qulick, Edward L., Cambridge, Mass. 1889 
Gulick, Hervey, Charlotte, Vt. 15, 342 

Gulick, .John T., A. B. C. F. J/. 379 

*Gulick, Nelson J. [N. Y.] 1888 

Gulick, Oramel H., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Gulick, Sidney L., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Gulick, Thomas L., Makuwad, H. I. 379 

Gulick, William H., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Gulliver, John P., Andover, Mass. 65, 196 
Gunn, Edward B., Jackson's Gap, Ala. 90 
Gunn, Jos. W., Steamboat Springs, Colo. 108 
Gunner, Byron, Lexington, Ky. 180 

Gunsaulus, Frank W., Chicago, 111. 1.36 

Gurney, Henry E., Clayton, N. Y. 13, 286 

*Gurney, John H., Dover, 8. D. 1850 

*Gutterson, George H., Boston, Mass. 56, 1878 
*Haan, C. G., Central Lake, Mich. 13, 228, .30 
Haarvig, John O., Lynn, Mass. 58, 1878 

Hack, Rollin T., Belfast, Me. 184 

Hackett, Edward H., Phippsburg, Me. 192 
Hadden, Archibald, Muskegon, Mich. 236, 1880 
Hadden, Jacob W., Springview, Neb. 268 

Hadley, Willis A., Lynn, Mass. 210 

Hafl:', Stephen, Bay Shore, N. Y. 1842 

Hager, Chas. K., A. B. C. F. 31. 379 

Hague, William B.. S. Bridgton, Me. 184 

Haigh, Jeffrey G., Yorkville, 111. 148 

Hainer, Levi W., Newark, N. J. 282 

Haines, Thomas V., N. Hampton, N. H. 278 
Haire, William C , Valley Falls, Kan. 178 

Halbersleben, Henry C, Linwood, Neb. 266 
Hale, Edson D. Lincoln, Cal. 98 

Hale, Harris G., Warren, Mass, 220 

[Hale, John G., deceased, 25 

Haley, Frank, Milton, N. H. 1863 

Hayley, John W.. Truro. Mass. 220 

Hall, Albert E., Conway, N. H. 274 

Hall, Alexander, Chester, Ct. 112 

Hall, Charles L., Fort Berlhold, N. D. 300 

Hall, E. Edwin, New Haven, Ct. 1843 

Hall, Elliott C., Jamestown, N. Y. 1866 



414 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



274 
102 

1851 
180,2 

1848 
220 

1881 

1871 

1850 
13, 114 

1866 
216 
128 
286 
13, 356 
284 

1860 

198 
1866 
1889 
1872 



200 

1844 

13, 290, 6 



Hall, Fred E., Springfield, 111. 
Hall, George A., Peabody, Maes. 
Hall, Georsje C, Nebraska City, Neb. 
Hall, George E., Dover, N. H. 
Hall, George S., San iJif go, Cal. 
Hall, Heraan B., Oberlin, O. 
Hall, Isaac H., New Orleans, La. 
Hall, Janaes, Wbitewater, Wis. 
Hall, John C. Sutton, Mass. 
Hall, Lyman B., Oberlin, O. 
Hall, Martin 8., Oneida, 111. 
Hall, Richard. St. Paul, Minn. 
Hall, Russell T., Greenwich, Ct. 
Hall, Thdmas, Montreal, Can. 
Ha lett, Horace F., Plyrapton, Mass. 
Halliday, Joseph C, Orange City, Fla, 
Halliday, Samuel B., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hallock, Leavitt H., Tacoma, \Vn. 
Hallock, Robert C, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hallock, William A., Jamestown, N. Y. 
Haraet, William A., Brevard, N. C. 
Hamilton, B. Frank, Roxbury, Maes. 
Hamilton, Charles S., Tabor, lo. 
*Hamilton, Gilbert W. [Me.] 
Hamilton, Henry H., Waverly, Mass. 
Hamilton, John A., Newton, Mass. 51, 1S61 
Hamilton, Washington P.,Childer8burg,Ala.90 
Hamlen, Chauncey L., Bloomingburgh, 0. 1869 
Hamlin, Charles H., Ea^thampton, Mass, 202 
Hamlin, Cyrus, Beloit, Wis. 358 

Hamlin, Cyrus, Lexington, Mass. 1838 

[Hammond, Henry L., deceased. 
*Hammond, Joseph, Carlisle, Mass. 
Hammond, William B.. Rome, N. Y. 
Hampton, William H,, Moravia, N. Y 
Hampton, William S., Grant, Neb. 1877 

Hanaford, Howard A., Wincheeter, N. H. 280 
Hancock, Charles, Denmark, lo. 1861 

Hancock, Joseph J., Fifield, Wis. 3eo 

Hand, La Roy S., Poslville, lo. 164 

Hanford, Samuel I., Aurora, Neb. 13, 262 

Hankmeyer, Nath'l W., River Grove, 111. 1891 
Hanks, Carlos H., Springfield, Mass. 218 

Hanna, Charles W., Falls Village, Ct. 110 

*Hanna, Thomas, Black Diamond, Cal. 96, 104 
Hanscomb, Fred. L., M oville. lo. 162 

Hanscomb, George L.. New Hampton, lo. 164 
Hanson, Louis C, Racine, Wis, 366 

Harbridge, Edward H., Ceresco, Mich. 228, 40 
Harbuttr Charles. Bridgton, Me. 184 

Harbutt, Robert G., Searsport, Me. 192 

Hardaway, Geo. W., St. Petersburg, Fla. 128 
Harden. John, Brightwood, Ind. 150 

Hardendorf, Charles W., Albany, JS . Y. 288 
Harding, Charles, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Harding, Heniy F., East Machias, Me. 
Harding, John W., Longmeadow, Mass 
Harding, Philip E., N. Amherst. O, 
Hardy, Daniel W., Billerica, Mass. lyo 

Hardy, Edwin N.. So. Boston Mass. 198 

Hardy, Millard F., Townshend, Vt. 246, 8 

Hardy, Vitellus M., West Randolph, Vt. 348 
Haresnape, William, Kirwin, Kan., 174 

Hargrave, John W., Zumbrota, Minn. 
Harlow, Edwin A., Robbinston, Me. 
Harlow, Lincoln, Coventry, Vt. 
Harlow, Reuben M., Minneiska , Minn 
Harlow, Rwfus K., Medway, Mass. 
Harmon, Elijah, Wilmington, Mass. 
Harmon, Fisk, [Vt.] 
Harp, Cyrus D., Rehoboth, Mass. 
Harper, Aimer, Port Byron, III. 
Haiper, Cecil, Nantasket, Mass. 
Harper, Richard H., Bird City, Kan. 
Harrah, Charles C., Newton, lo. 
Harrington, Charles E., Keene, N. H. 
Harrington, Eli W., Pepperell, Mass. 
Harrington, John, Littleton, Colo. 
Harrington, Myron O., Topeka, Kan. 
Harris, Benjamin, Alliance, O. 



128 
304, 10 



252 
192 
344 

1861 
210 
222 

1850 
216 
140 
206 
170,6 
164 
276 

1837 
108 

1877 
304 



Harris, B. C, Jackson's Gap, Ala. 
Harris, Charles L., Meridian, Miss. 260' 

Harris, D. Fisk, Columbus, O. 1876 

Harris, Eugene, Nashville, Tenn. 338 

Harris, Everett G., Louisville, Ky. 13, 180 

Harris, George, Andover, Maes. 65, 196 

Harris, John L., Newmarket, N. H, 278 

Harris, Joseph C, Los Angeles, Cal. 1883 

Harris, Leonard W., Colebrook, N. H. 272 
Harris, Milus, Childersburg, Ala. 1884 

Harris, Rupert W., Lewis, lo. 164, 8 

Harris, Samuel, New Haven, Ct. 75, 1841 

Harris, Sheldon A,, Albion, III. 1881 

Harris, Thomas J., Hinesburgh, Vt. 344 

Harris, Waldo B., Hamilton, III. 140 

Harris, William R., Taylor, Fla. 128 

Harrison, Charles S., Franklin, Neb. 1859 

Harrison, George J., Milton, VX. 116 

Harrison, Henry 8., Chicago, 111. 1884 

Harrison, Hiram B., Barnesville, Minn. 13, 244 
Harrison, James B., Oskaloosa, lo. 154 

Harri8on,James K.,8an Francisco, Cal. 56, 1886 
Harrison, Marvin B., Scribner, Neb. 268 

fHarrison, Phares, deceased. 25 

Harrison, Samuel, Pittsfield, Mass. 214 

Hart, Burdett. New Haven, Ct. 118 

Hart, Edwin J., Cottage Grove, Minn. 1856 
Hart, Hastings H., St. Paul, Minn . 1881 

Hart, Henry B., Brooksville, Me. 1869 

Hart, Henry E., Franklin, Ct. 112 

Hart, Walter O., Wheaton, 111. 1879 

Hart, William 1)., Wilton, Ct. 124 

Hartranft, Chester D., Hartford, Ct. 71, 1864 
Hartshoriie, Joseph W., New Haven, Ct. 1873 
Hartshorne, Vaola J., Plympton, Mass. 1865 
Hartsough, D. Maurice. Des Moines, lo. 1886 
Hartwell, Charles, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Harvey, Edward H.. Detroit, Mich. 1872 

Harvey, Jasper P., Ware, Mass. 220 

Harwood, Chas. E., Pieeque Isle, Me. 1871 
Harwood, 0. M. G., Marshall, Minn. 248 

Harwood, James H., Orange, Cal. 1863 

Haskell, Edward B,, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Haskell, Henry C, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Haskell, John, Billerica, Mfiss. 1850 

Haskell, William H., West Falmouth, Me. 188 
Haskin, Spencer C, Chicago, 111. 13, 136 

Haskins, Robert W., Abington, Mass. 1872 
Hassell, Richard, Fairfax, lo. 1844 

Haj-tings. Allen, St. Louis. Mo, 16, 256 

Hatch, David P., Paterson, N. J. 282 

Hatch, Elias W., East Corinth, Vt. 344 

Hatch, Franklin 8., Monson, Mass. 212 

Hatch, Frederick A., Ogdensburgh, N. Y. 292 
Hatch, George B., Berkeley, Cal. 96 

Hathaway, Warren,Washingtonville,N. Y. 284 
Haughton, Ralph J., South Paris, Me. 15, 192 
Haughton, William, Retreat. Wis. 360, 6 

Haven, Egbert D., Rocklin, Cal. 16, 102 

[Haven, John, deceased, 26 

Havens, Charles E., West Lebanon, N. H. 27.6 
Hawes, Charles T , Bangor, Me. 1885 

Hawes, Edward, Burlington, Vt. 342 

[Hawes, James B., deceased, 26 

(Hawes, Josiah T., deceased, 26 

Hawks, John 8., Hennessey, Ok. 316 

Hawks, Theron H., Springfield, Mass. 1855 
Hawkes, Winfield S,, Salt Lake City,U. 56, 1868 
Hawkins, Lucius, Leavenworth, Kan. 1862 
Hawley, Calvin F.. Solon, Mich. 236, 40 

Hawley, John P., New Hartford, Ct. 118 

Hawn, Robert G., EUensburgh, Wn. 353, 4, 6 
Hayden, Fred S., Jacksonville, 111. 142 

Hayes, James, Coal Bluff, Ind. 150 

Hayes, Stephen H., Boston, Mass. 1854 

Hayuer, Augustus J., East Troy, Wis. 360, 2 
Haynes, Edward C, Leominister,'.Ma8S. 1882 
Haynes, William, Bellevue, O. 13, 310 

Haynie, Thomas B. Central, Ala. "^ 90 

Hays, Jno. W. W., Harkness, Ala. 90, 2 



1893.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



415 



Hayward, John S., Wayzata, Minn. 252 

Hayward, Silvanus, Globe Village, Mass. 1861 
Hazeltine, Edwin A., Miller's Place, N. Y. 290 
Hazeltine, Henry M., Oxford, Ct. 1860 

Hazen, Allen, Shokipur, India. 379 

Hazen, Austin, Kichraond, Vt. 348 

Hazen, Azel W., Middletown, Ct. 116 

Hazen, Carlelon, Rochester, Vt. 13, 348 

Hazen, Henry A., Auburndale, Mass. 1858 
Hazen, Timothy A.. Gt. Barrington, Ms. 18.58 
Hazen, William 8., Northfleld, Vt. 346 

Hazen, William W., Prairie City, lo. 164 

Headen, Andrew J., Talladega, Ala. 1879 

Headley, Ivory H. B., Roslindale, Mass. 1877 
Headley, P. C Newton Highlands, Mass. 1850 
Heald, Josiah H., Nogales, Ariz. 94 

Healey, Sullivan S., Austin, 111. 134 

Heath, Albert H., St. Paul, Minn. 250 

Heaton, Isaac E., Fremont, Neb. 1837 

Hebard, Frederick, 1849 

Hebbard, Stephen S., Viroqua, Wis. 368 

Heckendorn, Geo, M., Brandon, Wis. 358, 66 
*Heddle,(Tho8. E., Highland Sta. Mich. 13, 232 
Hedges, William, Jamosport, N. Y. 290 

Heintzelman, H. W., Chicago, 111. 136 

Hellier, Frank O., Tekoa, Wn. 13, 356 

Helliwell, Charles, Park Ridge, N. J. 282 

Helms, Reuben E. Tonica, 111. 146 

*Helmuth, Joseph W., Shirland, 111. 140, 6 

Helser, Joseph H., Machiasport, Me. 18S3 

Hembree, Charles C, Chandler, Ok. 316 

f Hemenway, Asa, deceased, 26 

Hemenwav, W. F., Eureka, Kan. 172 

Hench, W'illiam R., Dover, 111. 138 

Henderson, David, Elk River, Minn. 244 

Henderson, George W., New Orleans, La. 182 
Henderson, John H., Grand Island, Neb. 1875 
Henderson. 'I'hos. H., PortTownsend, Wn. 354 
Hendrick, Webster L., Bangor, N. Y. 2S4 

Hendry, Thomas, Los Angeles, Cal. 16, 98 
Henning, George W., Oakland, Cal. 100 

Henry, Alexander J., Brooklyn, N. Y. 284 
Henry, William D., Jamestown, N. Y. 1851 
Henshaw, George, Sharon, Pa. 326 

Henshaw, Gordon E., Ellington, N. Y. 288 
Herald, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1889 

Herbert, Ebenezer, Alamo. Mich. 226 

Herbert, Joseph, Ontario, 111. 144 

Herr, Horace D., Kansas City, Kan. 174 

Herrick, Edward E., Milton, Vt. 346 

Herrick, Edward P., Tampa, Fla. 13, 128 

Herrick, George F., A. £. C. F. M. 379 

Herrick, Henry, North Woodstock, Ct. 1830 
Herrick, Henry M.. Morris, Minn. 250 

Herrick, John R., Dundee, III. 1854 

Herrick, Malcom D., Orange City, Fla. 1858 
Herrick, Robert P. , Minneapolis,Minn. 60, 1883 
Herrick, Samuel E., Boston, Mass. 198 

Herrick, William D., Amherst, Mass. 1860 
Herrick, William T., Castleton, Vt. 1861 

Herrington, Erastus C, Newaygo, Mich. 236 
*Herrold, Baruch D., Sierra City, Cal. 104 
Herron, George D., Grinnell, lo. 1884 

Hersey, Charles F., Burlington, Mass. 200 

Hershey, Simon B., Ashtabula, O. 304 

Hershner, John L., Albina, Or. 318 

Hertel, Arthur F., Davenport, lo. 134 

Hescock, Gus. B., Fort Fairfield, Me. 188 

Hess, Carl, Davenport, lo. 1885 

Hess, Henry, Niobrara, Neb. 1864 

Hetzler, Henry, Eureka. 8. D. 334 

Hewitt, George R., W. Springfield, Mass. 222 
Hewitt, John L., Green Bay, Wis. 362 

*Heyward, James W., Hayward, Wis. 362 
Hiatt, Casper W., Kalamazoo, Mich. 234 

Hibbard, Augustine G., Goshen, Ct. 114 

Hibbard, David S., East Sumner, Me. 192 

Hibbard, Rufus P., Gloucester, Mass. 204 

Hick, Georee H., Monsey. N. Y. 290 

Hickmott, John V., Mendon, Mich. 236 



Hicks, Frank B., Clear L.ike, lo. 156 

Hicks, George C, Avoca, Neb. 262 

Hicks, Henry R., Earlville, III. 198 

Hicks, Irl R., St. Lou's, Mo. 1871 

Hicks, Lewis W., Wellesley, Mass. 13, 220 
Hicks, Richard, Oberlin, O. 1867 

Hicks, William C, Cromwell, lo. 156 

Hicks, William H., McAllister, I. T. . 153 
Higgins, Lucius H ., Hanover, Ct. 122 

*Higgin8, Robert M., Grand.Kapids, Mich. 232 
*High, Jedd A., Arborville, Neb. 13, 262, 6 
Hightower, A. D., Upshaw, Ala. 92 

Higley, Henry M., Portland, N. Y. 294 

Higley, Henry P., Redlands, Cal. 1866 

Hilkerbaumer, Richard, Nelson, Neb. 262, 4, 6 
Hill, Calvin G., Milton, Mass. 1872 

Hill, Charles J., Stonington, Ct. 122 

Hill, Charles W., Benicia, Cal. 96 

Hill, De.UerD., Pasadena, Cal. 100 

Hill, Eben L., Allona. 111. 134 

Hill, Edwin S., Atlantic, lo. l.'-)4 

Hill, EramettC. W., Kendrick, Ida. 1882 

Hill, George, Morenoi, Mich. 1872 

Hill, George, Berlin Heights, O. ?04, 6 

Hill, George A., Lovejoy, Ga. 1873 

Hill, George E., Indianapolis, Ind. 1851 

Hill, James L., Medford, Mass. 210 

Hill, Jesse. Rootstown, O. 312 

Hillard, Elias B., Conway, Mass. 202 

Hilliard, D. Lee,Verdon,Neb. 268 

Hillman, Alfred T., Concord, N. H. 56, 1882 
Hills, Aaron M , Olivet, Mich. 1874 

Hills, William S., Republic, Mo. 266 

Hilton, John V., Denver, Col. 1860 

Hilton. William H., Meadville, Mo. 256 

Hinckley, Mrs. Abby R., Riceville, lo. 13, 166 
Hiiicks, Edward Y., Andover, Mass. 65, 196 
Hincks, John H., Atlanta, Ga. 1877 

Hindiey, George, Weeping Water, Neb. 270 
Hindley, William J., Rockport, O. 312 

Hine, Sylvester, Hartford, Ct. 1848 

Hines, Frank B., Metropolis, 111. 142 

Hines, Peter H., Wisner, Neb. 270 

Hinman, Horace H., Wheaton, 111. 1860 

Hird, John W.,Baldwinville, Mass. 216, 20 
Hitchcock, Abraham F., Suisun, Cal. 104 

Hitchcock, A. W., Newhuryport, Mass. 212 
Hitchcock, Alvirus N., Chicago, 111. 49, 1877 
Hitchcock, Chailes E., Benson. Vt. 342 

[Hitchcock, Henry C, deceased. 
Hitchcock, Howard, Glenwood, lo. 1890 

Hitchcock, Lyman P., Ellington, Ct. 13, 112 
Hitchcock, Milan H., Boston, Mass. 1867 

Hitchcock, Philo, Huron, 8. D. 1874 

Hjerpe, Erik G., New Britain, Ct. 116 

Hoadley, Horace G , Waterbury, Ct. 1888 
Hobart, Milo, Rogers. Ark. 1861 

Hobbs, Edwin, Bowen, 111. 134 

Hobbs, William A., Warsaw, N. Y. 296 

[Hoddle, Henry, deceased, 27 

Hodel. Abram, Culbertson, Neb. 264 

Hodgdon. Thomas M., W. Hartford, Ct. 124 
Hodges, Alpheus C, Buckland, Mass. 200 

Hodges, John G., Lime Springs, lo. 1886 

Hodgman, Edwin R., S.Framingham, Ms. 1849 
Hoffman, John H., Peterboro, N. H. 278 

Hogbin, Alfred C, Sabetha, Kan. 176 

Hoisington, Henry R., Coventry, Ct. 112 

Holbrook, Amos, Colchester, Vt. 344 

Holbrook, Charles W., ^. B. C. F. M. 379 
Holbrook, David L., Fond du Lac, Wis. 15, 360 
Holbrook, Fred C, Lindenville, O. 13, 314 
Holbrook, John C, Stockton, Cal. 1842 

Holcombe, Gilbert T.,. Kalamazoo, Mich. 1875 
Holcombe, Horace A., Auburn, Kan. 1889 

Holden, Charles W., Mich. Centre, Mich. 236 
Holden, Edwin K., Bridgeport, Ct. 110 

Holden, Frederick A.. W. Peabody, Ms. 214 
Hollister, Frederick M., Waterbury, Ct. 1890 
*Holman, David A., Cannelbury, lid. 150 



416 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Holman, Edwin C, Oskaloosa, lo. 13, 164 

Holraan, William H.. Soutliport, Ct. 112 

Holmblad, Erail, N. Easton, Mass. 202 

Holmes, David E., Galva, III. 1862 

Holmes, Henry, Valley City, N. D. 13, 302 
Holmes, Henry M., Bartlett, N. H. 1866 

Holmes, Josiah F., Barnesville, Ga. 1872 

Holmes, Otis. Elliot, Me. 1842 

Holmes, Theodore J., Newton Centre, Ms. 212 
Holmes, Thoniaa, Chelsea, Mich. 1844 

Holmquist, Gustavus, St. Louis, Mo. 1884 

Holp, Lincoln A., Butte City, Mont. 261 

Holt, Marquis L., Neligh, Neb. 1880 

Holton, Charles B., Eastport, Me. 13, 186 

Holton, Edward P., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Holway, John, Chicago, 111. 1862 

Holyoke, Charles G., Edgecombe, Me. 1875 
Holvoke, Wm. E., Chicago, III. 1851 

Hood, E. Lyman, Albuquerque, N.M. 56,1885 
Hood, Edward C, Wrentham, Mass. 224 

Hood, Georsp A., Newton, Mass. 55, 1869 
Hooker, Edward P., Winter Park, Fla. 128 
Hooker, Geo. E., Medical Lake, Wn. 354 

Hoover, Francis T., Rushville, N. Y. 294 

Hoover, Frank W., Cincinnati, lo. 13, 154, 6 
Hopkins, Frederick E., Dubuque, lo. 156 

Hopkins, Henry, Kansas City, Mo. 254 

Hopkinson, Benjamin B., Lyme, Ct. 116 

Hopley, Samuel, Lee, Mass. 1855 

Hoppin, James M., New Haven, Ct. 1850 

Horine, Stephen D., Puley, 111. 1890 

Horn, Gideon, Meansville, Ga. 13, 130, 2 

Home, John F., Washta, lo. 1882 

Horner, John W., Independence, lo. 160 

Horr, Elijah, Worcester, Mass. 224 

Horst, George, St. Louis, Mo. 256 

Horton. Francis A., Providence, R. I. 328 
Hosford, Oramel, Olivet, Mich. 1858 

Hoskins, Emanuel, Little Shasta, Cal. 98 

Hosmer, Samuel D., Worcester, Mass. 1856 
Hough, Jeese W., Santa Barbara, Cal. 1859 
Hough, Joel J., Berkshire, N. Y. 284 

Houghton, Charles E., Prescott, Mass. 216 
Houghton, John C, Middlebury, Vt. 1868 

Houlding, Horace W., San Francisco, Cal. 1886 
House, J. Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

House, William, Providence, R. I. 18.56 

Houston, Albert S., Clarion, lo. 156 

Houston, Hiram, Dorchester, Mass. 1850 

Houston, Robert, Wolverine, Mich. 238, 42 
Houston, Warren H., Ellsworth, Minn. 244, 6 
Hovenden, Koberl, East Tawas, Mich. 1866 
Howard, Henry C, Jeffersonville, Vt. 342, 50 
Howard, Martin S., Wilbraham. Mass. 222 
[Howard, Rowland B., deceased, 27 

Howard, William, Union, Ct. 122 

Howe, George M., Lewiston, Me. 188 

*Howe, O. Raymond, Killingworth, Ct. 116 
Howe, Samuel H., Norwich, Ct. 120 

Howes, Herbert R., Charleston, Me. 1871 

Howells, Anthony H., Port Angeles, Wn. 1883 
Howell, Edward B., Los Angeles, Cal. 1888 
Howell, James, Coulee City, Wu. 353 

Howland, John, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Howland, Samuel W., A. B. G. F. M. 379 

[Howland, William W., deceased, 27 

Hoyt, Charles E., Lysander, N. Y. 290 

Hoyt, Frederic V., Cheney, Wn. 353, 6 

Hoyt, Henry N., Oak Park, 111. 144 

Hoyt, James P., Cheshire, Ct. 112 

Hubbard, Charles P., Danville, Ky. 1886 

Hubbard, Charles L., West Boxford, Ms. 200 
Hubbard, David B., Little River, Ct. 116 

Hubbard, George B., Plymouth, Wis. 364 

Hubbard, George H., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Hubbard, George H., Norton, Mass. 214 

* Hubbard, Horace L. [N. Y.] 1877 

Hubbard, Thomas S., «tockbridge, Vt. 1839 
Hubbard, William B., De Smet, 8. D. 332 

Hubbard, William S., Conley, Ga. 130, 2 



I Hubbell, Henry L., Lake Charles, La. 1861 
Hubbell, James W., Mansfield, O. 310 

Huckel, Oliver, Weymouth, Mass. 222 

I Hudson, Alfred 8., Ayer, Mass. 1867 

Hudson, Allan B., N. Weymouth, Ms. 13, 222 
I *Huelster, Anton, Detroit, Mich. 230 

' Huelater, E. W., Des Plaines, 111. 138 

1 Huestis, Charles H., Exeter, Neb. 264 

I Huffman, William N., Byron, CaL 96 

Hughes, Benjamin M., Remsen, N. Y. 1872 
i Hughes, David E., Tamaqua, Pa. 1868 

, Hughes, Edward R., Wind Gap, Pa. 326 

Hughes, Evan P., Tyler, Minn. 252 

I [Hughes, Isaac C, deceased, 27 

1 JHughes, John A., Everett, Mass. 204 

Hughes, Morien M., Arcade, N. Y. 284 

Hughes, Richard, Nelson, N. Y. 290 

Hughes. Robert W., Grinnell, lo. 1874 

Hulbert, J. M., Princeton, Minn. 250 

Hulett, James A., Winnebago, III. 148 

Hull, Ellsworth L., Ford, Kau. 172 

*Hull, Irvine T. [Ark.] 1870 

Hull, Jacob S., Lyle, Minn. 1878 

Hull, John H., Cleveland, O. 306 

Hull, Lyman, Garden City, Kan. 172 

HuUinger, Frank W„ Farmington, 111. 16, 140 
Hulse, William C, Waupun, Wis. 1872 

Hume, Edward 8., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Hume, Robert A., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Humfreys, John, Pinckney, Mich. 232, 8 

Humphrey, Chester C, Summer Hill, 111. 148 
Humphrey, Robert, Randolph, N. Y. 290, 4 
Humphrey, Simon J., Chicago, 111. 1854 

Humphreys, Thos. A., Johnstown. Pa. 324 
Hungerford, Edward, Burlington, Vi. 344 

Hunnewell, Frank S., Whitman, Mass. 222 
Hunt, Eugene F., 8. Ashburnham, Mass. 1884 
Hunt, Henry W., Orange, Ct. 120 

Hunt, Neheraiah A., Northfteld, Minn. 1846 
Hunt, Theodore C, Riverside. Cal. 102 

Hunt, Ward I., Columbus, Mich. 228 

Hunt, William 8., Park City, Utah, 340 

Hunter, Hamilton D., Sycamore, 111. 146 

Hunter, Thomas J. 1884 

Hunter. William C.,Lamberton, Minn.248,50,2 
Huntington, Charles A., Eureka, Cal. 1887 

Huntington, Charles W., Lowell, Mass. 208 
Huntington, George, Northfield, Minn. 1864 
Huntington, Henry S., Milton. Mass. 212 

Huntington, Jno C, Excelsior, Minn. 60, 1888 
Huntley,AbiT.,We88ingtonSp'g8, S.D.13,1892 
Huntley,SanfordF.,WesMngtonap'gs,S.D.330,6 
Hurd, Albert C, Boscawen, N.H. 272 

Hurd, Alva A., White Oaks, N. M . 271 

Hurd, Edwin T., Gilmanton I.W., N. H. 274 
Hurd, Fayette, Vinita, I. T., 153 

Hurd, Philo R., Detroit, Mich. 1840 

Hurlbut, Henry C, Howard City, Mich. 
Hurlbut, John E., Worcester, Mass. 
*Hurlbut, William H., Roscommon, Mich. 238 
Hurless, Parker, Bureau, 111. 134, 8 

Husted, John T., Grand Rapids, Mich. 232 
Hutchins, Henry L., New Haven, Ct. 118 

Hutchins, Robert G., Los Angeles, Cal. 98 
Hutchins, W. T., Indian Orchard, Mass.lS, 218 
Hutchinson, Henry H., Auburn, Me. 1869 

*Hutchin8on, Walter P., N. Abington,M8. 196 
Hutchinson, Wm. A. ,How'dC'y, Mich. 1" 
Hyde, Azariah, Galesburg, 111. 
Hyde, Charles M., A.B. C. F. M. 
Hyde, Harvey, Cincinnati, O. 
Hyde, Henry, Greenfield, Mass. 
Hyde, Nathaniel A., Indianapolis, Ind 
Hyde, William A., Sandoval, 111. 
Hyle, William D., Brunswick, Me. 
Hyslop, James, Cheboygan, Mich. 
Ide, Alexis W., West Med way, Mass. 
Ide, George H., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Ide, Jacob. Mansfield, Mass. 
Imes, Benjamin A., Knoxville, Tenn. 



224 



1846 

379 

1839 

204,6 

150 

140,6 

1883 

13, 228 

18.59 

364 

210 

338 



1893.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



4i: 



Ingalls, Eclinond C, Brookfield, Mass. 200 

[Itigalls, Francis T., deceased, 28 

Ingersoll, Edward P., St. Paul, Minn. 250 

Ineersoll, Wra. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1884 

*[relaud, Edwj- S., Jonesport. Me. 188 

*Irvin, John Q., Hutchinson, Kau., 172 

Irwin, Corydon S., Plain City, O. 1874 

Isaakson, Andrew J., Renova, Pa. 324 

Ishiim, Austin, lioxbury, Ct. 1836 

[Ives, Alfred E., deceased, 28 

Ives, Henry 8., Francestown, N. H. 274 

Ives, Joel S., Stratford, Ct. 122 

Ives, Joseph B., Palermo, Cal. 100 

*Jackn]an, Geo. W., Bloomington, Wis. 358 

*Jack>-on, Andrew E. [IST. C] 1891 

Jackson, George A., Swarapscott, Mass. 220 

Jackson, James T., Cornish, N. H. 274 

Jackson, Joseph F., Lake Ann, Mich. 234 

Jackson, Joseph S., Montgomery, Ala. 92 

Jackson, Preston B., Villa Park, Cal. 1886 

Jackson, William O. [N. H.l 1835 
Jacobus, Melancthon W., Hartford, Ct. 71, 1882 

Jaggar, Edwin L., West Hartford, Ct. 1862 

James, D. Melancthon, Fair Haven, Ct. 118 

James, David R , Hartford, Ct. 1890 

James, Horace P., Colfax, Wn. 3.53 

James, John R., Danby, N. Y. 286 

James, William, Woodhaven, N. Y. 296 

[James, William A,, deceased, 28 

James, William H., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 1872 

Jameson, Ephraim O., Millis, Mass. 212 

Jameson, James, Magnolia, Wis. 1841 

Jamison, Robert W., Sioux City, lo. 166 

Janes, Eli.iah Campbell, Cal. 1874 

Jefferies, John, Covert, Mich. 2'50 

Jefferson. Charles E., Chelsea, Mass. 200 

Jeffery, Franklin E., J . H. O. F. M. 379 

Jenkins, David, Milwaukee, Wis. 1876 

Jenkins, D. Lloyd, Los Angeles, Cal. 98 

Jenkins, David T., Hankinson, N. D. 300 

Jenkyns, Ebenezer H., Killingly, Ct. 116 

Jenkins, Frank E., Palmer, Mass. 214 
Jenkins, James, Peely, Pa. 
Jenkins, John J., Parsons, Pa. 324, 6 
Jenkins, Jonathan L., Portland, Me. 15, 192 

Jenkins, Josiah H., Falls Church, Va. 352 

Jenkins, Owen, Collinwood, O. 306 
Jenkyn, Richard W., Rockland, Me. 13, 5, 192 
Jenkins, William M., Canon Falls, Minn. 244 
*JennesB. George O., W.Gloucester, Mass. 204 

Jenney, E. Winthrop, Boscobel, Wis. 358 
Jennings, VVm. J., Huntington, N. Y. 15, 1850 
Jernberg, Reinert A , Chicago. III. 69, 1S87 

Jesseph, Leonard K., Chewelah. Wn. 353 

Jesup, Henry G., Hanover, N. H. ' 1854 

Jewell, George C, Lewis, lo. 162 

Jewell, J. Spencer, S. Riverside, Cal. 104 

Jewett, Henry E., Vacaville, Cal. 104 

Jewett, John E. B., Beaufort, N. C. 298 

Job, Herbert K., X. Middleboro, Ms. 210 

Johansen, Bernt, Forest City, lo. 1872 

John, James, Alliance. O. 314 

*Johns, Reading B. [Miss.] 1866 
Johnson, Albion H., Clarendon Hills, Ms. 208 
Johnson, Alfred K., Bakersfield, Cal. 96, 102 

Johnson, Alfred P., Spring Valley, HI. 146 

Johnson, Andrew, [M.iss.j 1889 

Johnson, Chas. C, E. Bloomfield, N". Y. 1869 
*Johnsou, Eugene A , Washington, D. C. 126 

Johnson, Francis II., Andover, Mass. 1861 

Johnson, Frank A., New Milford, Ct. 118 
Johnson. Geo. H., liOwell, Mass. 13, 5, 208 

Johnson, George W., Alfred, Me. 190 

Johnson, Henry T., Dallas, Tex. .S40 

*Johnson, Hiram E., Providence, R. I. 32S 

Johnson, James G., Chicago, 111. 1.36 

♦Johnson, John J., New Orleans, La. 182 

Johnson, J. Wesley, Rossville, 111. 146 

Johnson, Loret'tz O., Minneapolis, Minn. 248 

Johnson, Orrin H., Freeport, Mich. 232 



Johnson, Samuel. Xew Haven, N. Y. 290 

Johnson, Sam'l W., Richmond, Neb. 1876 

Johnson, Thomas C, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1864 
Johnson, Wilbur, Slatersville, R. I. 322 

Johnstone, Alex. W., Harrison, Mich. 18, 2.38 
*Johust<)u, Augustus R., Bliiine, Wn, 353 

Johnston, Frank L., Uiiiontown, Wn. 354, 6 
Johnston, John B., Malta, III. 142 

Johnston, Wm. G., Peterson, lo. 13, 154, 64, 6 
Jones, Abram, Carbondale, Pa. 322 

Jones, Chailes A., Kane, Pa. 324 

Jones, Clinton M , Eastford, Ct. 110 

Jones, Daniel I., CincinnaM, O. 306 

Jones, D. Jerome, Lincoln, Neb. 1862 

Jones, David, Newport, Ky. 306 

Jones, David, Sera iton, Pa. 326 

Jones, David E., Broad Brook, Ct. 112 

Jones, David P., Scranton, Pa. 326 

Jones, David T.. Arvonia, Kan. 170 

JSones, Edward I , Newark O. 310 

Jones, Franklin C, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1863 

Jones, Fred. V., Parsons, Kan. 176 

Jones, G. James, Washington, D. C. 126 

Jones, GrilHtb, Columbus, O. 306 

Joues, Gustavus W., Winchendon, Ms. 222 
Jones, Harvey, Compton, Cal. 1855 

Jones, Henry W.,Claremont, Cal. 1866 

Jone?, Homer, Lake Simmonet, La. 176 

*Jones, Humphrey R. [Minn.] 1856 

Jones, Idrys, Machyrleth, North Wales, 1888 
Jones, Ira B., Lowell, Mich. I860 

Joues, Ira 8., Lisbon, Me. 1863 

Jones, Ivan M., Beacon, lo. 1870 

Jones, James A., Mcintosh, Ga. 132 

*Jones, James A., Norridgewock, Me. 190 
Jones, James T., Jermyn, l"a. .324 

Jones, -Tames V., New Cambria, Mo. 2.i6 

Jones, Jesse H., North ,\ bingtou, Mass. 1861 
Jones, John, Big Rock, III. 1841 

Jones, John A., Cottonwood, Cal. 96 

Jones. John D., Ritzville, Wu. 15, 356 

Jones, John E., Iowa City, lo. 164 

Jones, John E., Oberon,N. D. .300 

Jones, John H., Delaware, O. 1842 

Jones, John P., A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Jones, .John R., Danby, N. Y. 286 

Jones, Jonathan, Mazomanie, Wis. 1864 

Jones, Lemuel, Syracuse, N. Y. 186» 

Jones, Mason, Combs, Ky. J80 

Jones, Morgan P., Kent, O. 310 

Jones, Newton I., 80. Hadley, Mass, 218 

Jones, Rees S., Scranton, Pa. 326 

Jones, Rhys G., Utica, N. V". 292, 6 

Jones, Richard M., Oswego, Or, 318, 20 

Jones, R. Sirhowy, Ebensburg, Pa., 322 

Jones, Robert G,, Paynesville, Minn. 250 

Jones, Samuel, Carroll, Neb. 262 

Jones, Thomas H., Mahanoy, Pa. 324 

Jones, Thomas R., Windham, O. 314 

Jones, Thomas W., Philadelphia, Pa. 56, 1856 
Jones, Timothy, Streator, 111. 140 

*Jones, Trevor C, Grape. Mich. 232 

Jones, Tudor, Dubuque, lo. 1862 

Jones, William, Eldon, lo. 158 

Jones, William C., We8j,moreland, N. Y. 296- 
1885. 
96 
130,2 
2.56 
1887 
184 
130, 2 
14S 
186 
202 
1880 



Jones, William D., St. Louis, Mo 

Jones, William L., Cloverdale, Cal 

Jones, William L., Macon, Ga. 

Jones, William M., St. Louis, Mo. 

Jones, William O., Jackson, O. 

Jordan, Israel, Bethel, Me. 

*Jordan, Josiah W., Macon. Ga. 

Jordan, William H., Wyoming, HI 

Jordan, William T., Deering, Me. 

Jordan, William W., Clinton, Mass. 

Jorden, Frank F., Torrington, Ct. 

Joyce, Christopher C., Grappe's Bluff, La 

Joyslin, William R , Centreville, Mass. 196 

Jubb, William W., P'all River, Mass. 204 

Judah, Samuel B., Potolo, Fla. 126, 8 



418 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Judiesch, Frederick W., Davenport, lo. 1860 
Judson, George W., Orange, Mass. 214 

Julien, Mattbew C, New Bedford, Mass. 212 
*Kain, Patrick J., Pittslon, Pa. . 324 

Kaley, John A., Lexington, O. 310 

Kambour, Gabriel B., Templeton, Mass. 220 
Kanagy, Josiah J., Charlevoix, Mich. 1850 
*KauUier, William <;., Corvallis, Or. 318 

Kassou, Frank H., Boston, Mass. 1879 

Kaufman, William H., Milbank, S. D. 334 
Kaye, Alexander S., Brodhead, Wis. 358 

Kaye, James R., 111. 1887 

Keays, Charles H., Ravenswood, III. 136 

Kebbe, David L., Southwick, Mass. 218 

Kedzie, Adam 8., Grand Haven, Mich. 1845 
Keeler, John W., Chenango Forks, N. Y. 286 
Keeler, Seneca M.. Jefferson, Pa. 1863 

*Keeling, James H., Philadelphia, N. Y. 292 
Keene, Allen A., DePere, Wis. 13, 360 

Keen, Lyman S., Bremen, Ind. 150 

Keep, Elisha A., Reed's Ferry, N. H. 276 

*Keep, Marcus R., Ashland, Me. 1847 

Keese, William A., Lawrence, Mass. 208 

Keightley, Joseph, New Baltimore, Mich. 238 
Keith, Adelbert F., Campello, Mass. 1870 

Kellar, Lewis H., Edgerton, Wis. 360 

Kelley, Frederic I., Peabody, Mass. 13, 214 
Kelley, George W.. So. Portland, Me. 186 

*Kelly. John W. [Mo.] 1891 

Kellogg, Charles C, Dorchester, Mass. 1887 
*Kellogg, Elijah, N. Harpswell, Me. 188 

Kellogg, George N., Taftville, Ct. 120 

Kellogg, H. Martin, Wolcott, Ct. 15, 124 

[Ivellogg, Joseph F., deceased, 29 

Kellogg, Martin, Berkeley, Cal. 1855 

Kelsev, Francis D., Oberlin, O. 1874 

Kelsey, Henry H., Hartford, Ct. 16, 114 

Kelsey, Hiram L., Hancock, N. H. 274 

Kelsey, William S., So. Boston, Mass. 16, 1885 
Kendall, Henry A., East Concord. N. H. 1840 
Kendall, R. R.. N.Weymouth Heights,Ms.222 
Kendall, S. C , Bradford, Mass. 1854 

Keneston, Luther M., Huntington, Ct. 114 

Kennedy, Richard H., Linden, Mas-. 13, 210 
Kennedy, Samuel C, Wachalla, S. C. 1885 
Kenngott, George F., Lowell, Mass. 13, 5, 208 
*KenniPton, William B., Medway, Me. 190, 2 
Kent, Evarts, Eldora. lo. 158 

Kent, Lawrence G., Forrest. 111. 140 

Kent, Robert J., Brooklyn, N. Y. 284 

Kent, Thomas, New Richmond. Wis. 364 

Kenyon, Fergus L., Albion. 111. 134 

Kenyon, Frank E., De Soto. Mo. 254 

Kephart, Wm. H., Binghamton, N. Y. 284 
Kern, Andrew, Minden. lo. 162, 6 

Kerns, Herbert A., East Chicago, Ind. 150 
Kerr, Joseph, Bertrand, Neb. 13, 1892 

Kershaw, William H., Hancock, N. Y. 288 
Ivetcham, Henry, Seattle, Wn. 356 

Kettle, William F., Elburn, III. 
Kevan, James K., Columbia, S. D 
X;eyes, Russell M., Huron, 8. D. 
.Keyser, Calvin, Concord, Mass. 
Kidder, Alberoni, Eau Claire, Wis. 
Kidder, James, Norfolk, Neb. 
Kidder, John 8., Hopkins .illation, Mich, 
Kidder, Josiah, Arlington, .N'eb. 
Kidder, Samuel T., Ashland, Wis. 
Kilbon, Charles W., .1. B. C. F. M. 
Kilbon, John L., Melrose, Mass. 
Kilbourn, James K., Genesee, Wis. 
Kilburn, David, North Reading, Mass. 
Ivilburne, William. Grand Rapids, Wis. 
Kimball, Edward, Miles, lo. 
Kimball, Edward P., Waterloo, lo. 
Kimball, George P., Pasadena, Cal. 
Kimball, Henry 8., Hyannis, Mass. IS 
^*Kimball, James E. [Ala.] 
Kimball, Jere., Aurora, S. D. 
Kimball, John, San Francisco, Cal. 



138 

13, 332 

1865 

1875 
1848 
1858 
1843 
1890 
1878 
379 



214 
362 

1878 
1852 
1851 
5, 224 
1886 



Kimball, Joseph, Andover, Mass. 278 

Kimball, Lucien C, Middle(ield,Mass. 210 

Kincaid, Wm,, Bible House, N. Y. 56, 1867 
King, Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 284 

King, Francis, Oakland, Cal, 
King, Henry C, Oberlin, O. 
King, Henry D., Gustavus, O. 
King, Howard A. L., Steubenville, O. 
King, James B., Newburgh, N. Y. 
King, James S., Waycrosse, Ga. 
*King, John W., Denver, Colo. 
King, Samuel W., Bayshore, N. Y. 
King, Walter D., Breckenrvdge, Mich. 
Kingman, Henry, A. B. G. F. M. 
[Kingman, Matthew, deceased, 
Kingsbury, Charles A., Pasadena, Cal, 
Kingsbury, Fred. L., A. B. C. F. 3f. 
Kingsbury, John D., Bradford, Mass. 
Kingsbury, Josiah W., Braintree, Ms. 
Kingsbury, Lucius, Sioux Falls, S. D. 
Kiumouth, Albert E., Oakdale, Ct. 
Kinne, Thomas C, Wendell, Mass. 
Kinney, Henry N., Winsted, Ct. 
Kinzer, Addison D., Perry, lo. 
Kirkland, Elias E., Homestead, Mich. 
Kitchel, Cornelius L., New Haven, Ct, 
Kitchel, Harvey D., E. Liverpool, O. 
Kittleson, Olaus, [Wis.] 
Klock, Edwin J., Haydenville, Mass. 
Klose, Wm. H., Monona, lo. 
Kloss, Charles L , Kansas City, Mo. 
Kloss, Daniel, Tempe, Ariz. 
Kluckholm, Edwin F , Grandview, lo. 13,160 
Knapp, Charles E., West Mecca, O. 304 

Kiiapp, George C, A. B. C. F. M. 379 

Knapp, George P., A. B. G. F. M. 379 

Knight, Edward H., Springfield, Mass. 15,1883 
* Knight, Elbrldge, Fort Fairfield, Me. 1843 
Knight, Merrick, West Hartford, Ct. 
• Knight, Plutarch S., Salem, Or. 
Knight, Whitman H., Kimeo, Kan. 
Knodell, James R., Mason City, lo. 
Knopf, Frank E., Elkhart, Ind. 
Knouse, William H., Deep River, Ct. 
Knowles, David, Culbertson, Neb. 
Knowlton, Francis B., Athol, Mass. 
Knowlton, Stephen, Danville, Vt. 
Knox, William J., Knoxboro, N. Y. 
Koch, Johannes, Albina, Or. 
Koehne, John R., Sacramento, Cal. 
Kratz, Frederick, Mill Plain, Ct. 
Krohn, Phillip, [_I11.] 
Krum, John P., Mesopotamia, O. 
Kyle, James H., Aberdeen, 8. D. 
*Kyle, Robert J., Ayer, Mass. 
Kyte, Joseph, Northfield, Ct. 
Labaree, John C, Randolph, Mass. 
Ladd, George T., New Ha%-en, Ct. 
Ladd, Henry M., Cleveland, O. 
Lade, James, Little ("onipton. R. I. 
LaGrange, J. H. 163 St. Nicholas Av. N.Y. 1890 
Laidler, Stephen W., Brooklyn, N.Y 
Laird, James H., Hinsdale, Mass. 
Lake, Lot, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Lamb, Samuel G., Wheaton, III. 
Lamb, William A., Newton, Mass. 
Lambert, Amos B., Salem, N. Y. 
Lambert, Joseph, Providence, R. I. 
Lamson, Charles M., St. Johnsbury, Vt, 
Landers, Wairen P., Middleton, Ms. 
Lane, Bradford B., Miixwell, lo. 
Lane, Charles F., Tulare, Cal. 
Lane, John W., North Hadley, Mass. 
Langdale, Thomas G., Clark, S. D. 
Lange, John G., Wahoo, Neb. 
Langford, John C. Bridgewater, Vt. 
Lanphear, Nathaniel D.,Algansee,Mich.226,34 
Lanphear. Orpheus T., Beverly, Mass. 1849 
Lansing, Isaac J., Boston, Mass. 15, 198 

Lansing, Robert C., Boston, Mass. 1863 



1887 
18.56 
13, 314 
290 
13, 132 
1887 
284 
228 
379 
29 
1878 
379 
200 
1866 
1879 
116 
1875 
124 
164 
1843 
1870 
1839 
1877 
222 
162 
254 
94 



1850 
1867 
172 
162 
150 
120 
1846 
1865 
344 
1862 
318, 54 
102 
1871 



1884 
196 
116 
1863 
1870 
306 



16, 206 

148 

1874 
1837 
328 
348 
210 
1869 
1878 
206 
332 
268 
342 



1893.] 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



419 



160, 2 
1848 
1885 
268 



Larkia, Williatn ,T., Marion, Ala. 92 

Larry, John H., Providence, R. I. S28 

Larson, Karl F., St. Joseph, Mo. 256 

Latham, Ernest R., Grand Klver, 0.13,308,12 
■ Lathe, Herbert W., Silverton, Colo. 108 

Lathrop, Stanley E., Washburn, Wis. 368 

Lathrop, William G., Monroe, Ct. 13, 116 

Laughbaum, O. F., Ridgeville Cor., O. 312 
Laurie. Thomas, Providence, R. I. 328 

Lavender, Robert F., Gilman, lo. 158, 62 

Lawrence. Amos B., Newton Centre, Ms. 1848 
Lawrence, Edward A., Baltimore, Md. 182 
Lawrence, George W., Bennington, N. H. 272 
Lawrence, Harris N., Buffalo Centre.Io. 16, 154 
Lawrence, Harry A., Oentreville, 8. D. 
Lawrence, Henry O., Wells, lo. 
Lawrence, John, Frarainghara, Mass. 
Lawrence, John B., Middleboro, Mass. 
Lawson, Francis, Riverton, Neb. 
Lawson, Harvey M., A. B. C. F. 31. 3Si 

Layiield, Robert L., Kansas City, Mo. 25 

*Leach, Joseph A., Saxton's River, Vt. 34- 
Leadiugham, John, Oberlin, O. 73, 188 

Learned, Dwight W., ^.5. C.i^. jr. 3» 

Leavitt, Burke F., Littleton, Mass. 187: 

Leaviti, George R., Cleveland, O. 30i 

Leavitt, Horace H., Cambridge, Mass. 187 
Leavitt, William, Norfolk. Neb. 186 

Ledwell, Thomas, Charlotte, N. C. 29 

Lee, Dorrall, Birmini^ham, Ct. 11 

Lee, Frank T., Muscatine, To. 16 

Lee, George H., Seattle, Wn. 35 

Lee, Gerald S., W. Springfield, Mass. 
Lee, Lucius O., A. B. G. F. J/. 
Lee, Samuel H., Springfield, Mass. 
Leeds, Sara Penn, Hanover, N. H. 
Leeper, Charles S., Park Ridge, III. 
Leeper, Edward A., Wellsville, N. Y 
*Lee8, Henrv, [Wis.] 
Lees, John W., Bradford, Vt., 
Leete, William W., Rockford, 111. 
Lehtinen, Franz, Harbor, O 



60, 



Leichleiter, Albert M.,Larchwood, To, 
Leiand, John H. M., Amherst, Mass. 
Leland, Willis D., Lowell, Mass. 
Lemmon, Charles H., Twinsburgh, O. 
LeOTiard, Aaron L., lona, N. J. 
Leonard, Delavan L., Oberlin, O. 
Leonard, Edwin, Dover, Mass. 
[Leonard. Hartford P., deceased, 
Leonard, Julius Y., New Haven, Ct. 
Leonard, Seneca, West Mill Grove, O. 
Leonard, William, Newtonville, Mass. 
Leslie, William W., Aurora, O. 
Lewis, Alexander, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lewis, Daniel M., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 
Lewis, David M., Blockton, Ala. 
[Lewis, David R., deceased, 
Lewis, Everett E., Haddara, Ct. 
Lewis, Frank F., Putney, Vt. 
Lewis, George, South Berwick, Me. 
Lewis, Jacob H., Freeland, Mich. 
Lewis, John, Detroit, Mich. 
*Lewi8, John G., Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Lewis, John T., Powell, 8. D. 
Lewis. Richard, Grand Haven, Mich. 
•Lewis, Samuel, Lewis, N. Y. 
Lewis, Thomas E., Chagrin Falls, O. 
Lewis, Thoma-< G., Lowell, Wn. 
Lewis, Thos. J., E. Andover, N. H. 
Lewis, Thomas S., Webster, N. H. ] 
Lewis, William, Martin's Ferry, O. 
Lewis, Willinm W.. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Libby, Freeman C, Meredith, N. H. 
Libby, Edgar H., St. Louis, Mo. 
Lich, John, Lincoln, Neb. 
Liggett, James D., Detroit, Mich. 
Light, Nestor, Harford, Pa. 
Lightbourn, Albert W, New York, N. Y 
Lillie, Isaac B., Cann.insburg, Mich. 



222 

380 

1862 

274 

144 

13, 296 

1864 

342,4 

146 

16, 1889 



1.54, 62 
1847 
15, 208 
314 
1841 
1863 
202 



1859 

1868 

1844 

13, 304 

13, 284 



114 



192 
232 
13, 1892 
1873 
334 
232 
13, 290 
304 



266 
1859 
322 

1878 
228 



Lincoln, George E., Riverton, Ct. 110, 4 

Lincoln, Nehemiah, North Carver, Mass. 200 
Lincoln, William E., Painesville, O. 1866 

♦Lincoln, Winfleld 8., Cleveland, O. 306 

Lindsay, Geoi-ge, Coupeville, Wn. 
Lindsay, Robert S., Columbus, O. 
Link, Frederick W., Lenox, O. 
Linkletter, Elihu, Lake Ann, Mich. 
Lippard, James H., Rockford, 111. 
*Liston, Robert T. [Ariz.] 
Little, Arthur, Dorchester, Mass. 
t Little, Charles, deceased, 
Litts, Palmer, Union, lo. 
Lively, Melvin, Upshaw, Ala. 

tLivermore, Aaron R., deceased, 
livingston, Steph. T., 8. Egremont. Mass 
Livingston, William W.. Jaffrey, N. H. 
Lloyd, George, Lockport, 111. 
Lloyd, John, Palmyra, O. 



353 

306 

308, 10 

1876 

1881 

1879 

198 

30 

156, 62, 8 



30 
204 
276 
142 
1851 



228 
1846 
342 
250 
1850 



Lloyd, Rhys R., Oakland, Cal. 15, 67, 188 
Lloyd, Wm., 309 We8t57th St., New York, 292 

Lloyd, William A., Ravenswood, 111. 1862 

Loba, Jean F., Evanston, III. 140 

*Loba, Victor E., Noble, Mo. 256 

Lochridge, George C, Elkhorn, Wis. 360 

Locke, J. Frank, Pillsbury, Minn. 250 

Locke, William E., A. B. C. F. M. 380 

Lockhart, Burton W., Chicopee, Mass. 202 

Lockwood, George A., Kennebunk, Me. 188 

Lockwood, John H., Westfield, Mass. 222 

Loder, Achilles L., Norwood, Mass. 214 

Long, Harry B., Woodstock, 111 148 

Long, Luther K., Otsego, Mich. 238 

Long, Nicholas M., Memphis, Tenn. 338 
Long, Samuel A., Clare, Mich. 
Longley, Moses M., Bloomington, 111, 
Longren, Charles W., Barre, Vt. 
Loomis, Alba L. P., Plainview, Minn. 
Loomis, Aretas G., Greenfield, Mass 
*Loomis, Charles W., Stillman Valley, 111. 146 

Loomis, Eli R., South Bend, Wn. 356 

Loomis, Elihu, Chesterfield, Mass. 202 

Loomis, Henry, 71 W. 95th St., N.Y. 1859 

Loomis, Samuel L., Newark, N. J. 282 
Lopez-Guillen, J. M. 418 W. 23d St., N.Y. 1889 

Lord, Charles E., Newburyport, Mass. 1844 

[Lord, Daniel B., deceased, 30 

Lord, John M., Weymouth, Mass. 1851 

Lord, Orlando M.,Deerfield Center,N.H. 1889 

tLoring, Henry S., deceased, 30 

Loring, Joseph, deceased, 30 

loring, Levi, Minneapolis, Minn. 1862 
Love, Archibald L.. 8t. Louis, Mo. 
Love, William D., Hartford, Ct. 
Love, William D., jr., Hartford, Ct. 
Lovejoy, Geo.E., Stonehara, Mass. 
Lovejoy, Wallace W., Oakland, Cal. 
Levering, Joseph F., Somerville, Mass 
Lowell, John N., Haverhill, Mass. 
Lowing, Henry 1 >., Centre Road, Pa. 
Lown, John H., Custer, Mich. 



1879 
1848 
114 



218 

206 

1858 

230, 40 



Luark, Marcellus J., San Juan, Cal. 

Lucas, Oramel W., San Bernardino, Cal. 

Luce, Albert A., Ellis, Mich. : 

Luce, Pred L., Middletown, N. Y. 

Luce, T. Claire, Richmond, Mass. 

Luck, Charles W., Pocatello, Ida. 

Luckey, Frank R., New Haven, Ct. 

Ludwig, Casimir B., Crescent City, 111. 

Luethi, Lewis J., Freedom, O. 

Lumpkin, Wilson, Carney, Ok. 

Lund, Robert E., White Oaks, N. M. 

Lundquist, Axel F., Williraaniic, Ct. 

Lunstbrd, C. P., Hacklebury, Ala. 

Lusty, George, Deer Lodire, Tenn. 

Luter, Elvis D., Wildwood, Fla. 

Luther, Claire F., Redding, Ct. 

Lydgate, John M., Steilacoom, Wn. 

Lyle, Andrew J., Flowery Branch, Qa. 1883 

Lyle, William W., Chattanooga, Tenn. 15, 1850 



216 
108 
118 
138 
13, 308 
316 
•1875 
1882 



128 

13, 120 

356 



420 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1893. 



Lyman, Addison, Kellogg, lo. 1847 

Lyman, Albert J., Biooklyn, N. Y. 284 

Lyman, Albert T., Yankton, S. D. 60, 1886 
layman, Charles N., Alden, lo. 154 

Lyman, George, Riverside, Oal. 1851 

Lyman, Henry M., Cripple Creek, Col. 13, 106 
Lyman, Horace S., Astoria, Or. 1890 

Lyman, Payson W., Fall River, Maes. 204 
Lyman, William A., Chicago, 111. 1876 

Lyon, Asa P., Minneapolis, Minn. 236 

Lyon, Clarence C, Kensington, N. H. 276 

L\nii F. Eiii'MY, Mondovi, Wis. 364 

L'v-n, Crnr-.' (V., ( '..rthiud, O. 310 

Ly.Hi .laiufs II., C.'mnil Falls, K. I. 328 

Ly..n, J. Mninn,., ( l„.,ster, Mich. 228 

Maar, Frederick H., Siles, Cal. 100 

McAllister, James, Mazon, 111. 142 

Macallum, Frederic W., A. B. C. F. 31. 380 
Mc Arthur, Henry G., Fort Atkinson, Wis. 1867 
McArtbur, Wm. W., Sherburne, Minn. 252 
MacAyeal, Howard 8., Cambridge, Neb. 262 
MacBriar, Thomas, Olcott, Vt. 15, 344 

McBride, William H., Walker, Mass. 220 

McCain, Andrew J., Central, Ala. 92 

McCartney, Henry R., Georgetown, Mass. 204 
[McChesuey, James, deceased. 
McChesney, Jas. H., Grand Marsh, Wis. 1869 
McClcUan, George M., Columbus, Miss. 1S87 
[McClelland, Page F., deceased. 
McClell md, Raymond G., Austiuburg, O. 1881 
McClelland, Thomas, Forest Grove, Or. 1882 
McClements, H.John, Monticeilo, Minn. 13,248 
MacColl, John A ., New Bedford, Ms. 212 

McConaughy, Frank, N.Yakima, Wn. 353, 4 
McConnell, Alexander S., Deadwood, 8. D. 332 
McConnell, James E.,Northtield, Minn. 250 
McConoughey, Austin N., Caro, Mich. 1842 
McCool, James H., Scale Works, Ga. 132