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PUBLISHED BY THE FRATERNITY 
1902 






EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

MELVIN GILBERT DODGE 



Ann Arbor Plant 
the richmond & backus co. 

1903 



CONTENTS 



Introductory Matter — page. 

Preface, ... ..;.... 5 

Associate Editors, ........ 7 

Roll of Chapters, ........ 8 

Founders of the Fraternity, ..... 9 

History of the Young Chapters — 

Technology, ......... 16 

Swarthmore, ......... 19 

Stanford, .......... 20 

California, ......... 23 

McGill, 27 

Nebraska, ......... 29 

Toronto, . . . . . . . . . -31 

Chicago, ......... 32 

Convention Roll, ........ 35 

Executive Council since 1884, ..... 45 

Fraternity Bibliography since 1891, ..... 47 

Editors of Delta Upsilon Quarterly, .... 65 

Graduate Associations, ....... 67 

Abbreviations, ......... 71 

Educational Institutions, ....... 75 

Tables of Relationship, . . . . . . ■ 77 

Biographical Catalog of Each Chapter^ 

Williams, ...... .... 93 

Union, . . . . . . , . ■ . . 161 

Hamilton, . . . . . . . . . .217 

Amherst, ......... 263 

Adalbert, . . . . . , . . . -325 

Wesleyan, . . . . . . . . ' . 349 

Colby, 353 

Rochester, ......... 387 

Middlebury, . . . . . . . . .427 

Bowdoin, ......... 457 

Rutgers, . . . • 469 



11119? 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

CONTENTS— Continued 



Washington and Jefferson, 

Brown, 

Colgate, 

New York, . 

Miami, .... 

Cornell, 

Trinity, . . . 

Marietta, 

Syracuse, 

Manhattan, 

Michigan, 

Northwestern, 

Harvard, 

Wisconsin, . 

Lafayette, 

Columbia, . 

Lehigh, .... 

Tufts, 

De Pauw, 

Pennsylvania, 

Minnesota, 

Technology, 

Swarthmore, . 

Stanford, 

California, 

McGill, 

Nebraska, 

Toronto, 

Chicago, 

Honorary Members, . 
Residence Directory, 
Alphabetical Index to Mem 



BERS, 



503 
513 
553 
587 
613 
619 
649 

653 
677 

703 
705 
729 

745 
785 
799 
815 
831 
843 
• 857 
869 
879 
891 
903 
913 
921 
929 

935 
941 

953 

957 

965 

1061 






^'^'VERSITY 



OF 



PREFACE 

This edition of the general catalogue of the Delta Upsilon Frater- 
nity follows in the main the plan of the Quinquennial Catalogue of 
1 89 1. Its aim has been to include a faithful and comprehensive 
biography of ever\' member of Delta Upsilon. In addition but 
little of historical matter has been inserted. The first part includes 
a short sketch of each of the chapters founded since 1891, and the 
fraternity bibliography. The stress of the work has been placed 
upon the biographical portion which forms the second part, other 
features originally planned having been dropped in order to make 
this part as complete as possible. 

The arrangement of the biographical matter for each member 
is the same as that followed by the '91 editor. Prizes however have 
been entered with the biography proper, and have not been given in 
a separate roll of honor. x\s additional matter the names of parents 
and preparatory school have been included. The use of abbrevia- 
tions, of which a list is given on page 71, has been much more 
liberal, although the aim has been to employ only those that are 
commonly used and easily recognized. The star has been used to 
divide the different portions of each biography. All items referring 
to fraternity matters are put in italics. Italics are also used for 
titles of magazines. The following is the model which has been 
followed : 

NAME. ADDRESS. 

Present occupation. * Chapter and fraternity 
offices. * Date and place of birth ; parents ; prepara- 
tor\- school. '■' College offices and honors : in athlet- 
ics ; social life ; scholarship ; degrees in course. * 
Further studies ; and occupations since graduation. 
* Offices of honor and trust. * Published works. * 
Contributions to inaga::incs. * Membership in learned 
societies. * Honorary degrees. * Marriage. * 
Relatives in tJ'.e fraternity. ^' (In case of deceased 
member) date of death, and place if dififerent from 
last address. 
An asterisk (*) is placed before the name of each member known 
to be deceased. Other signs used in the '84 and '91 catalogues to 



6 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

indicate non-graduates and missing members have been omitted. 
To avoid repetition the location of preparatory schools and other in- 
stitutions of learning is generally omitted in the biographies. A par- 
tial list of these institutions with their addresses will be found on 
page 75. In the case of a missing member no address has been 
given, although the last known address is indicated in the text of 
the biography. For lawyers and business men living in large cities 
two addresses have usually been given. In such cases the second 
address is placed in the text of the biography. With lawyers this is 
the residence, while with others it is more often the office address. 

A plan original with the present book has been that of also pub- 
lishing in separate volumes those portions of the entire Decennial 
which relate to the respective chapters. There are included how- 
ever with each chapter's records the geographical and name indexes 
of the entire fraternity. 

During the last twelve years the records show that the total mem- 
bership of the fraternity has grown from 5,063 to 8,238. Eight new 
chapters have been instituted and one, which died during the period 
of the civil war, revived. Of these, four are located in the East, 
two on the Pacific coast, one in the mid-West, and two in Canada. 

Owing to circumstances which need not here be related the publi- 
cation of the volume has been delayed more than a year beyond what 
was first contemplated. The work was completed during the summer 
of 1901, and the material then turned over to the printers. But 
little matter has been added since, although advantage has been 
taken of the delay in publication to insert the names of men initiated 
to December of 1902. The totals given on page 8 have been cor- 
rected to include these names. 

The editor is under obligations and hereby returns thanks to the 
many members who have encouraged by their words and interest his 
work on the catalogue. He is under special obligations to the con- 
tributor of the article on the Founders, and to the various chapter 
editors. It has been through their efforts that most of the items 
noted in the biographies have been collected. Many of these editors 
being alumni have taken time from their own professional duties to 
help on the work of the fraternity. 



ASSOCIATE EDITORS 



Williams.— Ellis J. Thomas, '88; Morton H. Eddy, '03. 

Union. — Leopold Minkin, '01 ; Roy E. Argersinger, '01. 

Hamilton. — William C. Schuyler, '03; Harry C. Keith, '03. 

Amherst. — George M. Bartlett, '01 ; Jeremiah F. Ganey, '01 ; Wilber A. 

Anderson. '02 ; Raymond W. Jones, '03. 
Adelbert. — Harry A. Haring, '98. 
Wesleyan. — Editor. 

Colby. — Fred W. Thyng, '02 ; Martin H. Long, '02 ; Leon C. Staples, '03. 
Rochester. — John S. Briggs, '90. 
MiDDLEBURY. — James A. Lobban, '98; Orvis K. Collins, '02; Charles W. 

Allen, '03. 
Bowdoin. — Arthur F. Cowan, '01 ; George L. Lewis, '01. 
Rutgers. — Louis P. Peeke, '97; Lewis R. Harris, 02; Frederick S. Bush, 

'03- 
Washington and Jefferson. — Editor. 

Brown. — Cliflford S. Anderson, '00 ; Philip D. Sherman, '02. 
Colgate. — Glenn B. Ewell, '03. 
New York. — Frederick M. Crossett, '84. 
Miami. — William A. Ferguson, Hamilton '04. 
Cornell. — David Paine, '01. 
Trinity. — Francis Conant, Amherst '00. 
AL\rietta. — Samuel B. Kirby. '02: James B. Penrose, '02. 
Syracuse. — Frederick H. Knoff, '02. 
Manhattan. — Editor. 

Michigan. — F. MacDonald Lowe, '03 ; Emerson Davis, '01. 
Northwestern — Robert Catherwood, '96; Clarence E. Knowlton, '02; 

Charles E. Stahl, '03. 
Harvard. — Guy H. Holliday, '89. 

Wisconsin. — Eugene C. Joannes, '98; Charles T. Hutson, '99. 
Lafayette. — John L. Baer, '02 ; Stacy L. Roberts, '04. 
Columbia. — Arthur L. Hutton, '02. 

Lehigh. — James AL Daniel, Jr.. '02 ; John G. Heinz, '00. 
Tufts. — Arthur B. Lamb, '00 ; William W. Austin, '02. 
De Pauw.— Melville T. Cook, '94. 
Pennsylvania. — John C. Hinckley, '96. 

Minnesota. — Jennings C Litzenberg. '96 ; Walter P. McGuire, '04 ; Sid- 
ney D. Adams, '01. 
Technology. — Ralph H. Sweetser, '92 ; George T. Seabury, '02. 
Swarthmore. — Thomas W. Gilkyson, '01. 
Stanford. — Arthur E. Cooley, '02. 

California. — William A. Alexander, '00 (Toronto '99). 
McGiLL. — Robert C. Paterson, '98. 
Nebraska. — Bruce W. Benedict, '01. 
Toronto. — W. Harvey McNairn, '99. 
Chicago. — Harold H. Nelson, '01. 
Honorary Members. — Robert J. Eidlitz, Cornell '85. 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS 



40 CHAPTERS. 8,238 MEMBERS 



CHAPTERS. 



FOUNDED. 



LIVING 
MEMBERS. 



DECEASED 
MEMBERS. 



TOTAL MEM- 
BERSHIP. 



Williams 

Union 

Hamilton 

Amherst 

Adelbert 

Wesleyan 

Colby 

Rochester 

Middlebury 

Bowdoin 

Rutgers 

Washington and Jefferson 

Brown 

Colgate 

New York 

Miami 

Cornell 

Trinity 

Marietta 

Syracuse 

Manhattan 

Michigan 

Northwestern 

Harvard 

Wisconsin 

Lafayette 

Columbia 

Lehigh 

Tufts 

De Pauw , 

Pennsylvania 

Minnesota 

Technology 

Swarthmore 

Stanford 

California , 

McGill 

Nebraska 

Toronto 

Chicago 

Honoraries 



Total. 



4 Nov. '34. . 

'38 

21 Jul. '47. . 

29 Jul. '47.. 

'47 

Oct. 50 

'52 

'52 

3 Oct. '56 . . 

'57 

Jun. '58.... 
'60. ........ 

3 Nov. '60. . 
21 Nov. '61;. 
ig Dec. '65. 
Mar. '68.... 

17 May '69. 
Dec '69.. . . 
23 Apr. '70. 

14 Nov. '73. 

'74 

10 Apr. '76. 

18 Feb. "So. 
Dec. '80.... 
Spring '85.. 

30 May '85. 
6 Jun. '85... 

10 Oct. '85 . 

4 Dec. '86.. 

2 Apr. '87. . 
23 Mar. '88. 
23 May *go. 
Nov. '91 

3 Mar. '94. 
13 Mar. '96 
13 Mar. '96 

11 Nov. '98 
9 Dec. '98. 

15 Dec. '99 

5 Jan. '01.. 



292 

347 
298 
452 
191 
12 
284 
330 
225 

113 
249 

54 
333 
293 
211 

35 
242 

13 
186 
245 

15 
201 

151 
396 
139 
159 
156 

lOI 

141 
121 
114 
116 

115 
98 
72 
80 
58 
49 
99 
36 
17 



6,839 



356 
274 
86 
126 
39 
17 
67 
59 
37 
10 

43 
26 
46 

34 
20 

7 
19 

5 

13 
12 

3 
8 

9 
16 

2 

5 



5 
I 

3 
o 
o 
I 
o 
I 
I 
I 
o 

25 



1.399 



648 

621 

384 
578 

230 

29 
351 
389 

262 
123 
292 

80 

379 
327 
231 

42 
261 

18 
199 

257 
18 
209 
160 
412 
141 
164 
164 
107 
149 
126 

115 
119 

115 
98 

73 
80 

59 

50 

100 

36 
42 



8,238 



A^o^^.— Only the men admitted by each chapter are included in these figures, which there- 
fore do not agree with those given at the beginning of each chapter's records. 



FOUNDERS OF THE FRATERNITY 



Sixty-seven fruitful years have passed since in a little dormitory 
room at Williams College thirty serious-minded young men met to 
organize a protest against college clannishness. Out of that organized 
protest on November 4, 1834, has sprung a broad national fraternity, 
based on principle, vigorous, enduring — the fraternity of Delta Up- 
silon. 

One can scarcely dare to feel that in their earnest conference over 
the unhappy college politics of their own time, those pioneers cast 
even one look ahead at the possible future of their undertaking. One 
may decidedly question whether in their wildest visions they dreamed 
for a moment that they had attended upon the birth that night of a 
college brotherhood, which by the dawn of the new century should 
have thirty-five branches with seven hundred undergraduate members 
and 7,500 alumni. This is not to find any fault with the fraternity's 
founders for lack of farsightedness. As well upbraid a Lincoln in 
his cradle for not knowing that he was to be the martyred hero of a 
nation, reunited by bloody war. It is rather to emphasize in these 
days of our prosperity the lowly and unpretentious beginning of the 
fraternity and to praise without stint the clear, strong judgment, — 
the determined will that laid its firm foundation. 

Fortunate, indeed, in its founders was the Williams chapter, and 
thereby the Delta Upsilon fraternity. If few of them rose in their 
days of labor far above the level of their fellows, all at least lived 
useful, honorable lives that made the world a little better. And it 
was given to one to be an early and honored leader in the journalism 
of the great West, and to another to sit upon the most exalted judicial 
tribunal in the world longer than any of his predecessors. 



10 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

The Williams chapter was peculiarly a New England product. 
It was the original chapter of the only fraternity born on the soil of 
the old Bay State. Its first members, although Williamstown is on 
the border of New York state, were overwhelmingly New Englanders. 
Their names tell the story. Scarcely one has a name that does not 
suggest honorable generations behind him, some, perhaps, nearly to 
Plymouth Rock. 

Of the thirty founders, twenty-one were Massachusetts born. 
Five were natives of New Hampshire, one of Vermont, and one of 
Connecticut. Two only came from New York state. Moreover, of 
the twentv-one Massachusetts men, sixteen came from that storied 
region west of the Connecticut River — a region which has had at all 
times no more pressing but welcome problem than how to educate 
its ambitious sons, and has sent out so many strong men to lead in 
state and nation. Three of the men, Hall, Lilly, and Page,— all fresh- 
men, — were natives of the little town of Hawley. Lyman and Wright 
of '36 came from Easthampton, and Phillips, '36, and Williams, '38, 
from rural Ashfield, whose ripened charms were in after days to make 
her famous. Baldwin hailed from Tyringham. Sheffield sent Kel- 
logg of '36, and Cummington, Richards, his classmate. From North- 
ampton game Solomon Clark of '37, and from Chesterfield, Edward 
Clarke. Lyman (not related to Lyman, '36.) came from Charlemont, 
Morgan from Stockbridge, Noble from Williamstown and Sparks 
from Amount Washington. These were all '37 men. 

Of the members from central and eastern Massachusetts, Pise 
came from Belchertown, Darling from Sterling, Brigham from ]\Iarl- 
boro, Clisby from Medford and Tappan from Boston. 

Among the New Hampshire men, Bell of '36 came from Antrim; 
Hobart, a classmate, from Columbia ; Brown. '37, from Nelson ; Hills, 
'38, from Hancock; and Peabody from Peterboro. All but one of 
these towns is in the southern part of the state and farthest from the 
widening influence of Dartmouth, already shining in the reflected glory 
of Daniel Webster. 

Vermont's only representative was Brooks, '38, from Halifax, close 
to the Massachusetts border, and Connecticut's was Field. '37, from 



FOUNDERS OF THE FRATERNITY. 11 

Haddam, far down on the Connecticut below Hartford. New Wind- 
sor, N. Y., sent Lockwood, '37, and Port Jervis, in the same state, sent 
Bross, '38. 

The only real city man among all this company was Tappan, who 
came from Boston. For the most part, it is plain, these were plain, 
country boys, the majority, in all probability, farmers' sons with all 
that term meant in that generation — the early morning "chores," the 
district school, the hard struggle to find means for college, the many 
interruptions of the year's work to fill up the slender financial store 
by teaching. They had come to college, not for amusement or a "good 
time," but to make themselves fit for the sober duties of life. 

It was no gathering of striplings on that November evening. 
There were, indeed, extremes of age in that group, which it would be 
difficult to match in college classes of these days. Ten men were 
present from each of the three lowest classes. Oldest of all was Phil- 
lips, a junior, who was just past 28'. Darling, also of '36, was 27 years 
and 8 months and Bell, a classmate, was 26 years and 10 months. 
Five others were 24 or over, two of these being freshmen. In sharp 
contrast to these ages were those of Tappan, a sophomore, not yet 17; 
Noble, his classmate, not 17 and a half, and Field, just. 18. It is a 
remarkable, and perhaps significant, coincidence that this meeting 
should have been held on the birthday of the two men of all that com- 
pany whose work in the world was to receive the widest recognition. 
Bross attained his majority on that day, while Field reached eighteen 
years. Who knows but what the double event may have been one 
occasion for the gathering and that out of the rejoicing over com- 
rades' natal days came the larger birth of the fraternity ? The average 
age of the men at the date of the founding was 22 years and two 
months. But while the average age of the juniors was 24 years and 
one month, that of the sophomores was only 20 years and seven 
months, which would compare well with more modern classes. That 
of the freshmen was 21 years and nine months. 

Of the thirty founders, five did not graduate. Lyman and Mor- 
gan ended their college careers in 1835, Lockwood left college in 1836 
and was graduated at Union in 1839. Brooks and Hills left at the 



12 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

same time, the former becoming a student and graduate of Wash- 
ington College, Pa., and the other of Marietta. Both took their 
degree in 1839. Seventeen of the founders became clergymen, a 
common percentage in those days among college men. Two, Noble 
and Bross, entered journalism; three, Field, Morgan, and Tappan, all 
of '37, became lawyers. Hobart studied medicine and Lyman, '37, 
dentistry. Three, Baldwin, Richards, and Sparks, became teachers. 
Lyman, '36, studied theology a year, then taught several years and 
finally became a manufacturer. Page became a merchant. Clisby 
alone did not live to enter any occupation. He died during the fall 
after graduation. Of the seventeen clergymen, six attended the Hart- 
ford Theological School, two went to Auburn, one to Andover, two to 
Princeton, one to Lane and one to the General Theological Seminary. 
Lockwood divided his time between Lmion and Princeton, and three 
studied theology privately. 

Of the active lives of the founders there is not space nor need to 
speak in great detail here. In true pioneering spirit a large number, 
especially among the clergymen, went West and were important fac- 
tors in the building up of new communities. Two followed Clisby 
quickly to the grave — Sparks in 1838 after but a year's teaching in 
Lanesboro, Mass., and Baldwin, who lingered three years in consump- 
tion, teaching part of the time, and dying in Great Barrington, Mass., 
in 1839. A newspaper report of Baldwin's death speaks in warm 
terms of his fine Christian character. Brown died in 1846 at Peeks- 
kill, N. Y. He had studied theology privately and enjoyed one pas- 
torate of seven years at West Somers, that state, when his life ended. 
Brown's sister married Hobart of '36. It was nine years before the 
ranks were again broken, Lilly dying in 1855 at Andover, N. Y., at 
the age of 45. He studied at Auburn and spent virtually his entire 
life in pastoral and missionary work in New York state. A brother 
of Lilly became a member of the Williams chapter in the class of '48. 
Hills passed away a year later. After his graduation at Marietta in 
1839, he had studied two years at Lane and was pastor fourteen years 
at Manchester and Oakford, 111. 

Eleven years, including the civil war period, elapsed without a 



FOUNDERS OF THE FRATERNITY. 13 

single death. Noble died at Hampton, 111., in 1867. He was at the 
time editor of the National Merchant of Burlington, la., after having 
taught school a brief period after graduation and built railroads east 
and west. Lyman, '37, had been for many years a dentist in Newark, 
N. J., when he died there in 187 1. Hall died the same year in Mon- 
terey, Mass. Private theological study, fifteen years in two pastor- 
ates and eight as principal of Lee Academy brought him to 1864, when 
he enlisted as the chaplain of a colored regiment and served to the end 
of the war. Brooks was graduated at Washington and at Princeton 
Theological Seminary. His thirty years of clerical labors were 
divided among six states and he had hardly gone to Elgin, 111., when 
he died there in 1872 at the age of 60. Darling spent only ten years 
in the East, after having obtained a theological education at Gilman- 
ton, N. H. In 1850 he went to Wisconsin to whose struggling and 
needy churches he gave twenty-three fruitful years, dying in Fond 
du Lac in 1873. Brigham taught a year, went to Andover and 
preached all his life in Vermont and Bay State churches. He died 
in 1874 at Winchendon, Mass. Bell studied theology at Hartford 
and gave all his years to three churches in the Nutmeg state. He 
died at Westchester, Ct., in June of the centennial year. 

There was then another nine years' interval. Page dving in 1885 
at Rah way, N. J., where he had been a merchant for forty-five years. 
Phillips, who died in 1886, had spent virtually his whole life in Massa- 
chusetts pastorates after taking a theological degree from Hartford. 
He died in Amherst at the age of 79. Kellogg was 76 when he died 
at Heuvelton, N. Y., in 1887, after a most active pastoral life in Penn- 
sylvania, Massachsuetts, and New York. Lyman, '36, died two years 
later at Easthampton, Mass., having been successful as a manufac- 
turer of reflecting telescopes. He taught school five years, studied 
at Auburn, resumed his teaching for six years, preached six or eight 
years and finally entered business. Two of his brothers, Addison of 
'39 and Horace of '42, were also members of the fraternity. 

Bross died in 1890, full of honors. He had spent the first ten 
years of active life in teaching in New York state but finally went to 
Chicago and for four decades was one of the leading journalistic fig- 



14 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

ures of the West. He was lieutenant-governor of the state in 1864. 
In the business, educational, and scientific circles of the city he was a 
living force. His love for the fraternity, which he helped to found, 
was of the deepest and most enthusiastic character throughout his life. 
Hobart, who died the same year, was for thirty-two years a physician 
in Worcester, Mass., following a fourteen years' residence in South- 
boro. He, too, was an ardent disciple of Delta Upsilon as the suc- 
cessor and amplifier of the old Social Fraternity. 

Clarke died in 1891 in Springfield, Mass. He is believed to have 
drafted the first constitution of the fraternity. From Hartford Theo- 
logical School he went to Middlefield, Mass., in which town and those 
adjoining he spent most of his active life as a pastor. Pise attended 
the General Theological Seminary in New York. He first was rector 
in Manlius, N. Y., spent eighteen years in Tennessee, five in Indiana 
and two in Maine, then going to Glendale, Ohio, where he was active 
till death in 1894. Many educational and church positions were held 
by him in his almost half a century of service. Morgan went direct to 
Georgia from college, studied law in the intervals of editing a local 
newspaper and was admitted to the bar in 1845. He was a member 
of the constitutional convention in 1865 and later a member of the 
legislature. He never married and his death in 1894 on the eightieth 
anniversary of his birth was a lone one. Williams, who was gradu- 
ated at Hartford, passed his life in Connecticut pastorates, preaching 
thirty-four years in the Congregational church at Chaplin. He died 
in 1896 in East Hartford. Peabody also was restricted in his labors 
for the church, though he served parishes iVi each of the New Eng- 
land states. He died at Longmeadow, Mass., a month after Williams' 
death. 

Of Field's illustrious career the mention must suffice. It is worth 
while noticing that even in his later life he took a very decided per- 
sonal interest in the doings and progress of the fraternity. He died 
in Washington in 1899. 

Richards was for ten years principal of the Stillwater (N. Y. ) 
Academy. He then made Washington, D. C, his home and .taught 
many years, besides writing' copiously on educational themes. He 



FOUNDERS OF THE FRATERNITY. 15 

was the first superintendent of public schools in the national capital. 
As alderman of the city he was for a time acting mayor in war times. 
The National Educational Association elected him its first president. 
He died in 1899 on the anniversary of the fraternity's birth. A son 
of Richards is a sophomore member of the present Williams chapter. 

Out of the thirty founders only four now survive. Wright of 
'36 is a retired clergyman, living in Seattle, Wash., at the age of ot. 
Clark of '37 is also retired from parish work and living in Chicago. 
He is 90 years old. Lockwood of '37, a third retired clergyman, 
resides at Woodhaven, N. Y. He is 86. Tappan is a lawyer at 
Fairhaven, Mass., virtually in retirement at the age of 84. It has 
been given these to see the ripening fruits of the little seed sowed 
by them three score years ago. It is theirs to realize how great an 
organization of college men has grown from their modest initiative. 
It is their legitimate pride to know that the fraternity still stands 
firmly by the large principles of the founders, that it still holds fast to 
the idea of justice and equity in college affairs. 

There is a pretty story that comes to us from Athens. Two rival 
sculptors were ordered to fashion statues of Minerva. One came 
on the day appointed with a beautiful work of marble and ivory, the 
other with what looked uncouth and unshapely in its simple granite. 
The populace clamored for the first and it was lifted to crown the 
high pedestal. As it ascended, its beauty lessened and lessened, and 
when it reached the top, it was shapeless and ugly. Then the crowd 
called for the other. As it was lifted, the seemingly harsh lines soft- 
ened into beauty and when it was set upon the summit, all acclaimed 
it as one of Athens' masterpieces. 

Is not this story an allegory of our fraternity? The secret socie- 
ties have by virtue of their secrecy a certain glamour for many minds 
— a first-appearance attractiveness. Our guiding principle may seem 
too blunt and positive to be quickly accepted by young college men. 
But when time and tide have corrected the vision, when intelligence 
and common-sense have set things in their proper proportions, shall 
we not say that Delta XJpsilon stands forth most beautiful before the 
world, justified and glorified by the truth that is in her? 

Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '8y. 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS 



TECHNOLOGY 

The Technology chapter was the result of an acknowledged desire 
and a recognized necessity : its growth was most natural, vigorous, 
and of a permanent nature, and although its position was at first 
unique, it is now one of the deeply established parts of the Delta 
Upsilon Fraternity. The conditions at the Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology in 1891 were almost opposite to those at the colleges 
where there were Greek letter fraternities ; at the colleges the fra- 
ternities were the natural results of men being together, not only in 
their work but in their sports and all parts of their daily lives ; at 
Technology the fraternity was needed as the cause to bring the men 
together. The first fraternity to enter Technology was Sigma Chi in 
1882; a few others gradually established chapters there, but frater- 
nity life was not very strong until in the early nineties. During the 
college year of '90-1 several local societies were formed, and in due 
time admitted to various fraternities. 

To Brother Frank C. Shepherd, '92, belongs the credit of the first 
plans for a chapter of Delta U. at Technology. In February '91 he 
suggested to a few classmates that a local society be formed with the 
intention of becoming a chapter of Delta Upsilon. At that time 
Brothers Louis Derr, Amherst '89, and Lincoln C. Heywood, Brown 
90, were students at Technology and their aid was early solicited 
and gladly given. On March 19, 1891, eleven of those pledged met 
in Brother Shepherd's room and organized the local society of Nu 
Chi with the declared intention of applying to Delta Upsilon for a 
charter as soon as possible ; the constitution drawn up by Brothers 
Derr, Schneider, and E. C. Wells, was similar to that of Delta Up- 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS. 17 

silon. In a few weeks Brother Frank Vogel, Harvard '87, at that 
time instructor in modern languages, was made an honorary member 
of Nu Chi and became an earnest and efficient worker for the httle 
society. We hired a small back room on a side street for our meet- 
ings, and soon we were in good working order. We tried in every- 
thing to keep up to the high standard of Delta Upsilon, for we felt 
that the future prosperity of our chapter depended on the sound and 
right foundation of our local society. Our first initiation and ban- 
quet was held at the Thorndike, May 8, 1891, when eleven men were 
initiated, and delegates from Harvard, Brown, and Tufts were present 
as our guests. Then with twenty-six names our petition was sent 
to the Executive Council and our desire made known to all the chap- 
ters, so that when the 57th Convention met with Harvard in Novem- 
ber '91, nearly all of the chapters were in favor of admitting us. 

Up to this time Delta Upsilon had no chapters in strictly scien- 
tific institutions, and a few of the more conservative delegates were 
at first opposed to giving a charter to Technology, but when these 
delegates saw the Institute of Technology, met the men of Nu Chi, 
and realized the earnestness and the sincerity, and the ability of the 
petitioners, there was no longer any doubt on the question and the 
charter was gladly granted. That night twenty-seven members of 
the local society of Nu Chi were initiated at the Harvard Delta U. 
Hall and the Technology chapter was permanently established. Since 
that time the career of the chapter has been one of progress ; the 
dark days have been very few indeed and have resulted only in better 
things and brighter prospects. 

At the time of its admission into the Fraternity, the local society 
occupied a large front parlor in a private house at 377 Columbus Av. 
It was here that the delegates of the 57th Convention met most of 
the charter members for the first time. This room was the home of 
the chapter until May '92. The first meeting in the fall of '92 was 
held in one of the recitation-rooms of Rogers Building and the sec- 
ond meeting in the Boston Y. M. C. A. Building. 

On October 14, 1892, the chapter held its meeting in a large room ' 
in the northeast corner of the basement of the Ludlow on St. James 



18 DELTA UPSILO:Sf DECENNIAL. 

Av., and had a pleasant home here until June '93. At this period in 
our history it was found that large and more convenient quarters 
were needed for the well-established and growing chapter, and a 
canvass of the members in June '93 showed that the venture could be 
made. Accordingly, after a series of house-hunting trips, a four- 
story house, 549 Massachusetts Av., was rented for one year and the 
first meeting of the following term was held here, September 26, 
1893. It was a bold undertaking but it was so well carried out that 
soon enough money was raised to furnish the house completely. The 
rooms were rented to the undergraduates and the house was so well 
managed that at the end of the first year all running expenses were 
paid and three hundred dollars set aside for a sinking fund to pay 
off the debt. At the beginning of the next college year a table was 
started, and the men lived at the house altogether. The house has 
been a success ever since, and has been most ably managed by the 
various house-managers elected by the chapter each year. For six 
years "Number 549" was the home of the undergraduates and the 
meeting-place for the Alumni. It was comfortably and tastily fur- 
nished, but it was quite a distance from the Institute buildings, and 
the dining-room was not large enough. 

In the fall of '99 the chapter made a change and took the large 
house at 264 Newbury St. for its home, only about eight minutes' walk 
from the Institute. The location, the arrangement, and the furnish- 
ings of the house are excellent, and the active chapter has a convenient 
and comfortable home. Besides the dining-room which accommo- 
dates twenty-four at table, and butler's pantry, on the first floor, there 
is a large parlor. The three upper floors contain six large double 
rooms, and three smaller hall bedrooms and two baths. We are justly 
proud of our home and feel that the contrast between it and our first 
meeting-place is a faint indication of the development of the chapter. 

The strength of a chapter is in its men. The undergraduates are 
doing their work in all branches of Institute life most ably and cred- 
itably ; the Alumni are actively engaged in engineering, in teaching, 
and in business all over the world. They are "Captains of Industry," 
ind are found as engineers, superintendents and managers, instruc- 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS. 19 

tors and writers, designers, builders, and manufacturers. The history 
of our first decade is a good record; the pace we have set necessi- 
tates, first of all, adherence to "Justice our foundation," and earnest, 
honest endeavor in all undertakings. 

Ralph H. Szveetser, 'p2 
George T. Scabury, '02 

SWARTHMORE 

The installation of chapters of Kappa Sigma and Phi Psi in 1889 
marks the beginning of fraternity life at Swarthmore. Soon after 
the establishment of these two chapters in response to the fraternity 
movement, a senior society. Kappa Beta Sigma, was organized, and 
to this society the Swarthmore chapter of Delta Upsilon owes its 
existence. 

In 1892 Kappa Beta Sigma was organized under the name of Pi 
Kappa Omicron, and men from all the classes were initiated into the 
local fraternity, as it was then called. As the aim of the society was 
to become a chapter of one of the national fraternities, it was decided 
that application should be made for a charter from Delta Upsilon, 
and in the fall of the same year two delegates bearing a petition from 
Pi Kappa Omicron were sent to the Colby Convention. But owing 
to the conservative policy of Delta Upsilon, and a disinclination to 
place a charter in so small a college as Swarthmore, the charter was 
not granted. 

At the next convention delegates from Swarthmore again ap- 
peared, this time bringing letters of recommendation from every man 
of the faculty. As a result of this second application the matter was 
unanimously left to the Executive Council, and Pi Kappa Omicron 
was, to all intents and purposes, a chapter of Delta U. During the 
winter the chapter received visits from Ellis J. Thomas, Williams '88, 
of the Executive Council, and Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts' '87, editor 
of the Delta Upsilon Magazine. As these visits assured the Execu- 
tive Council of Swarthmore's high standing among the other colleges, 
a charter was granted, and the evening of March 3, 1894, was fixed 
for the installation of the Swarthmore chapter. On that evening, in 



20 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

ihe building of the Alanufactnrers' Club of Philadelphia, pledges 
were administered to forty-one graduate and undergraduate members 
of the local society. The president of the fraternity, Judge Elijah 
B. Sherman, Middlebury '60, presided over the ceremonies and Wil- 
son L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, and John Patterson, Columbia '93, ad- 
ministered the pledge. After the initiation a banquet was held. 
Since that evening forty-two men have been initiated, giving the 
chapter a total membership of eighty-three. 

As the youngest fraternity in college, Delta Upsilon had much 
to overcome, but the sterling qualities and all-around ability of its 
men soon won for it a controlling position in college affairs. While 
active in the social life of the college, the chapter has taken its full 
share of honors in scholarship and athletics. Seven out of the ten 
editors-in-chief of the college annual have been Delta U.'s, as have- 
also been seven out of the last nine editors-in-chief of the Phoenix. 
As for athletics, it is a significant fact that four out of the five 'varsity 
captains now in college are Delta U.'s. In the rushing we have 
always obtained a full share of desirable men, although the rivalry 
between the fraternities is of necessity very intense in so small a 
college as Swarthmore. Notwithstanding the fact that Delta Upsi- 
lon conservatism is the chapter policy, a good man is never over- 
looked, and in choosing men the chapter always considers the possible 
growth of a man under the influence of the fraternity. It has been 
the aim of the chapter to gather together men who are active and 
capable in college affairs and to luring about in each man the sym- 
metrical development which, while it benefits the individual, also^ 
proves to the outside world the real advantage of fraternity life. 

STANFORD 

The history of the Delta Upsilon movement at Stanford Univer- 
sity began with the entrance into the university in the fall of 1893. 
of Albert B. Crane and Melville T. Cook, both of the De Pauw chap- 
ter. They believed that the high rank then attained by Stanford 
University (and also the University of California), with their prom- 
ises of brilliant futures, made the establishment there of two chapters- 
of Delta Upsilon not only safe but extremely desirable.. 



HISTORY OF THE VOUNG CHAPTEPS 21 

The Delta U. members of the Stanford faculty expressed their 
thorough concurrence in these views, and Brothers Cook and Crane 
■definitely decided to lend their aid in the formation of local societies 
which should petition the Fraternity for charters. They fully appre- 
ciated the difficulties to be met. The cherished conservatism of Delta 
Upsilon, the gap of nearly two thousand miles which would separate 
the contemplated chapters from the nearest existing chapters — these 
were obstacles that seemed all but insurmountable ; obstacles, they 
knew, which could be overcome only by the petitions of two strong, 
young, local societies, mutually helpful and worthy the earnest aid of 
the Delta U.'s of the two faculties and others in the vicinity. 

Brothers Crane and Cook found at Stanford the writer, who had 
teen a pledged member of the De Pauw chapter. With his help they 
began the selection of men. Formal organization was not effected 
until the beginning of the second sern^ter. A meeting for that pur- 
pose was held in Cook's and Crane's room in Encina Hall, January 
12, 1894.' The name of Alpha Upsilon was chosen and organization 
was completed. Edward C. Harwood, '95; Benj. F. Bledsoe, '96; 
John M. Gates, '96 ; Charles W. Miller, '96 ; Samuel Piatt, '97, and 
J. H. Timmons, '97, were the charter members. 

The existence and aims of the local fraternity were announced in 
the Daily Palo Alto of February 9. The first of March we moved 
into Mariposa Hall, where we had the advantage of the exclusive 
occupation of one floor and a nearer approach to chapter-house life 
than was possible in Encina. Mariposa Hall was the society's home 
till the beginning of the fall semester, 1895, when a change was made 
to a leased chapter house. 

In the fall of 1894 circulars were addressed to all the chapters 
and officials of Delta Upsilon, and later a petition for a charter was 
sent to the Convention at Union. In response to a telegram of anx- 
ious inquiry came the message, "Admitted on three years' probation 
from date of organization." Disappointment because of the length 
of the period of probation prevailed at first over the pleasure of our 
partial success. The '95 and '96 men would not become Delta U.'s 
during their undergraduate life. Two years of uphill work con- 



22 DELTA UPSILON DECENNMAL. 

fronted the local society, for the life of a local at best is a struggle 
against adverse conditions. But this discouragement soon gave place 
to the determination to make a strong appeal to the next convention 
for immediate admission. 

Circulars were again sent out in the fall of 1895, and November 
found E. C. Harwood, '95, and A. C. Wyckofif, California '97, at the 
convention at Greencastle, as delegates from Alpha Upsilon and 
Omega Alpha, petitioning for the immediate establishment of chap- 
ters at Stanford and California. Their efforts were successful. 

March 13, 1896, was finally fixed as the date of the double insti- 
tution. Rev. Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90, was chosen by the 
Executive Council to institute the two chapters. Judge E. B. Sher- 
man, Middlebury '60, the honored president of the Fraternity, made 
every arrangement to accompany him and participate in the ceremony, 
but illness unfortunately made it impossible. 

The institution of the twin chapters took place March 13, 1896, 
at the California Hotel, San Francisco. Sixteen alumni were present, 
most of them prominent educators of the Coast. The impressive cere- 
mony was conducted by Mr. Penfield ; the charge to the chapters was 
delivered by Prof. James O. Griffin, Cornell '81, of Stanford Uni- 
versity. After the institution a dinner was served, followed by toasts, 
President Jordan, Cornell '72, presiding as toastmaster. 

The Stanford chapter has uniformly received courteous treatment 
at the hands of the other fraternities ; indeed, while still Alpha Upsilon, 
the society was treated with more consideration than it had reason 
to expect. Alpha Upsilon made a name for itself in scholarship that 
need not be surpassed by the Stanford Chapter of Delta Upsilon. As 
debaters, on the various college publications, and in positions of honor 
in college organizations its members reflected credit upon their fra- 
ternity. 

In the fall of '96 the chapter house now occupied bv the chapter 
was finished — the third fraternity house to be completed here, the first 
as regards location and equipment. It was immediately demonstrated 
that Alpha Upsilon, with national ranking given by Delta Upsilon, 
occupied the front rank of Stanford fraternity life. In the scholarly. 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS. 23 

literary, social, and athletic branches of university life her place is 
one of which she may well be proud. At present Delta Upsilon has 
twelve brothers on the university faculty, and much is due to their aid 
and encouragement. 

CALIFORNIA 

The coming of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity to the Pacific coast 
was a case of legitimate expansion. When the time appointed by the 
Fates for extension had arrived, the proper missionary work was not 
lacking, and it is to two of her faithful sons from a Middle West 
chapter that the fraternity owes in large measure its Pacific chapters, 
if that be any debt. To these "path-finders" of the last decade of the 
century we shall have occasion to refer gratefully again in this paper. 

Before the sun of Delta Upsilon, now rising for the first time in 
the far West, had dawned on Berkeley, a strong local society had been 
formed at Stanford under the eye of her President and the numerous 
loyal Delta U.'s in her faculty, and this organization immediately 
began to look around for Berkeley affiliations. In the fall of 1S93, 
therefore, after discreet inquiries, a letter was addressed to Warren E. 
Lloyd, California '95, asking whether he would consider favorably 
the organization of a local society in the University of California to 
cooperate with the Stanford society in striving for charters from 
Delta Upsilon. The preliminary negotiations were conducted by two 
De Pauw Delta U.'s, Messrs. Cook and Crane, who were then pur- 
suing graduate work in the recently-organized Stanford University. 
They journeyed frequently back and forth between Stanford and 
Berkeley, inspiring confidence in the minds of all with whom they 
met, and in short, earned themselves an undying right to be named 
as among the potent influences in the formation of the western chap- 
ters. The enlightenment given by these missionaries as to Delta Up- 
silon's aims and ideals, the friendliness and enthusiasm of the Stanford 
chapter, the reserved, but none the less sincere, encouragement of the 
Delta U.'s holding academic positions in the two universities, pro- 
duced in time their inevitable result, and the resolve was made that 
California should have her aspirant society as soon after the Christ- 
mas vacation of '93 as an organization could be eflfected. 



24 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Omega Alpha, the parent society of the present Cahfornia chap- 
ter, was formally organized April 28, 1894, with eight members. 
Monogram pins were shortly afterwards displayed, and a public 
avowal of the organization was made by its members attending class- 
day exercises in a body. The entrance of this society into the fra- 
ternity life of Berkeley was highly honorable to all concerned ; from 
the first no secret was made of the fact that the infant organization 
was striving for a charter from Delta Upsilon, and this frank and 
open position had no slight influence towards our cordial reception 
into the fraternity circle of the University of California. 

But there were other reasons as well. Perhaps the most impor- 
tant one was that, owing to the rapid growth of the University, the 
percentage of non-fraternity men was unusually large. The eight 
established fraternities had no difficulty in keeping up a working 
membership, and therefore had not developed any great antagonisms. 
There were about four hundred and fifty regular college men not in 
established fraternities to choose from ; these, as a rule, were non- 
fraternity men, rather than anti-fraternity in sentiment, so that several 
of the groups that later became chapters of different national frater- 
nities were formed about this time. 

Another reason was that Omega Alpha had an undoubted college 
standing. Almost every phase of college life was well represented, 
as the biographies of the earlier members will sufficiently show. Six 
months had been given to the task of getting together the right men 
before the announcement of organization was made, and in no case 
was the standard of qualification relaxed in order to hasten the com- 
pletion of the work of founding the society. As a result, congeniality 
and homogeneity obtained in the fraternity from the very first. As 
to the University at large, the friendships that our members had 
already formed both among fraternity and non-fraternity men, and 
the fact that our society cherished no ideas of exclusiveness, brought 
us no small measure of good will. 

Soon after organization a petition for a charter was addressed to 
Delta Upsilon. It was signed by the following members: W. E. 
Lloyd and A. W. North, seniors; F. H. Dam and J. G. Howell, Jr., 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS. 25 

juniors ; J. A. Elston, C. A. Elston, E. C. Gage, and A. C. Wyckoff, 
freshmen. 

After petitioning for the charter, and following loyally all sugges- 
tions, A. C. Wyckoff was sent to the 95 Convention, presenting our 
claims for admission successfully. 

Though the convention had passed favorably upon the Stanford 
and California petitions, yet, owing to the great distance at which 
they lay from the Executive Committee of the fraternity, it was not 
till March '96 that the formal ceremony of initiation w^as completed. 
On the thirteenth of that month the two chapters were jointly installed 
at a meeting held at the California Hotel, San Francisco, Thornton B. 
Penfield, Columbia '90, acting on behalf of the Executive Council, 
.and David S. Jordan, Cornell '^2, filling the position of toastmaster 
upon that most auspicious occasion. It is worth noting in this con- 
nection that the anniversary of the foundation of Delta U. on the 
Pacific coast is observed by the two chapters in the form of an annual 
reunion on or near the date of the installation, this meeting taking 
place alternately at the sister universities. 

The quarters that Omega Alpha had occupied on Kittredge Street 
were sufficient for the new chapter of Delta Upsilon until the fall of 
1897, when they moved to the present chapter house, on the corner 
of Bancroft Way and Dana Street. Here the chapter has found a 
home much to its liking, and while regretting that they do not own 
their home, still they feel themselves fortunate in securing such pleas- 
ant quarters. The location of the present house is central, and within 
easy reach of the University. 

We are looking toward a permanent home by the establishment 
of the House Fund Association of the California chapter. Every 
member on leaving the active chapter pledges himself to pay $50 in 
at least twenty years towards the purchase or erection of a suitable 
house for the chapter. 

Another event which proved of deep interest to the chapter was 
the formation of the California Delta Upsilon Club, in the organiza- 
tion of which a generous share was taken by John G. Howell, Jr., 
•California '96. It furnishes another of those rallying-points which 



26 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

the chapters on this coast need so much, for, far removed from their 
Eastern confreres, they must cultivate every possible method of keep- 
ing alive enthusiasm in the great cause they represent. The first 
annual banquet of the Club was held in San Franciso, November 30,. 
1900, and on that occasion no less than sixty were present, and at least 
a dozen chapters were represented. 

The California chapter has now passed those most crucial years 
of early growth in which so many infant chapters die. It may be 
said at the present moment with some measure of confidence that it 
has won for itself golden opinions on all sides since its installation. 
Five years have come and gone since the ceremony was performed 
that bound the East and the West together in new ties, and the Cali- 
fornia chapter still stands for the high ideals with which it started 
its career. 

The hold of the chapter on social life is strong, and in this particu- 
lar respect we believe that Delta Upsilon yields the palm to none at 
Berkeley. In athletics we have never been found wanting, and the 
big "C" for athletic merit has fallen to many of our members. In 
scholarship we still maintain the traditions of the founders, and no 
better testimony of this fact could be adduced than the election of our 
entire senior delegation to Phi Beta Kappa at the January election. In 
other college activities, such, for instance, as theatricals and the edit- 
ing and managing of college journals and annuals, we have had our 
full share. 

On the occasion of the publication of this Decennial, therefore, 
the California chapter is happy to be able to report a united band of 
devoted alumni and a thoroughly homogeneous active chapter. Our 
joy in being able to offer such a report is partly local and personal, but 
in a broader sense we rejoice that the verdict of the Convention of '95 
has been justified by the course of events since that date. We on the 
Pacific coast feel that whatever our shortcomings, we have sustained 
the assurances we made at the time of our admission to the glorious 
brotherhood, and we feel sure also that many an one who was at that 
time anxious with regard to the proposed Western extension has had 
opportunity and cause to realize that all his fears were groundless;. 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS. 27 

and \Yhat is more, that Delta Upsilon has perhaps gained in some 
measure from her Pacific chapters, the last links in the great chain 
that reaches from ocean to ocean and from nation to nation. 

Warren E. Lloyd, 'p5 
T. S. Elston, 'pp 
W. H. Alexander, Toronto 'pp 
and California 'oo 
McGILL 

Greek-letter societies with one exception made almost contempo- 
raneous entrance into McGill University. The system so typical of 
student life of the United States for more than two generations had 
but one representative there. Jt was very evident, however, that there 
was room for more than one fraternity among more than one thou- 
sand students ; and there are now five general fraternities and three 
local societies. The nine men, to whom Omicron Nu and the McGill 
chapter of Delta Upsilon in turn owe their existence, entered the Art 
Faculty of McGill in the class of '98. Attracted to one another early 
in their course by numerous affinities, they remained until the fall of 
'97 without any external bond of vmion. About this time, several of 
the group were invited to connect themselves with fraternities ; but 
to preserve their unity, Omicron Nu was formed. 

Brothers Heine, Maclaren and McConnell, all of '98, met early 
in the fall of '97, and discussed the formation of a Greek-letter society. 
They parted, each to ask two others. The first two meetings were 
held on September 28 and October 5 respectively, at the residence of 
McConnell. The three mentioned, with Brothers Bishop, Duff, Grace, 
and Thomas, of '98, who had decided to throw in their lot with the 
new society, formed a provisional society called "Unitas," and ap- 
pointed committees to draft a constitution, to secure suitable rooms, 
and to secure entrance to some general fraternity. By October 9 
they were settled in a flat of three rooms at 2443 St. Catherine St., 
their number increased by Brothers Campbell and Paterson, Arts '98, 
Davis, Science '98, Wilkins, Medicine '99. At this meeting the 
eleven men above mentioned formally adopted the constitution of a 
society designated Omicron Nu, whose object should be the securing 



28 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

of admission to Delta Upsilon. Delta Upsilon was chosen mainly 
through Davis, who had a brother in Technolog}^ '98, and Heine, 
who had numerous school friends in the fraternity. On October 20, 
1897, Davis received information from his brother that the Delta 
Upsilon Convention would open at Amherst the next day. A hurried 
meeting was held, and on almost an hour's notice, Maclaren, president, 
Heine, secretary, and Bishop were sent with Omicron Nu's applica- 
tion. They presented their petition to the assembled Convention, 
which petition was referred to the Executive Council for action. 

The society went on strengthening itself during the next year, its 
-members displaying the same energy which had distinguished them 
in their early course, until a few months after its organization, Omi- 
cron Nu was as strong as either of the two established fraternities and 
was competing successfully with them. Professors Capper and Dwe- 
ley, and Drs. Deeks, Lockhart, Webster, and Wilkins, of the faculty, 
became members during this time. 

The opening of the session of '98-9 found the society established 
in a rented furnished house at iii Metcalf St., wMth accommodations 
for ten men, a step which materially added to the society's strength. 
In these quarters, the members had th*e pleasure of entertaining the 
official delegate of the Executive Council, in the person of its presi- 
dent, George F. Andrews, Brown '92. Encouraged by his favorable 
attitude, Omicron Nu was represented at the Pennsylvania Conven- 
tion a few weeks later by a delegation of eleven, who were successful 
in accomplishing their mission and obtaining the desired charter. 

The formal installation took place on the evening of November 
II, 1898, in the parlors of the Omicron Nu House. Mr. Geo. F. 
Andrews conducted the rites of initiation, while Harvey F. Lake, 
Middlebury '99, acted as secretary, and Royal S. Haynes, Cornell '99, 
delivered the charge to the new members. The members then ad- 
journed to the club-rooms of the Windsor Hotel, where the inaugural 
banquet was held. Robert C. Paterson, '98, the president of the 
chapter, acted as toastmaster. Thirty-five were present, including 
the following visiting brethren : George F. Andrews, Brown '92, 
and Royal S. Haynes, Cornell '99, the delegates of the Executive 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS. 29 

Council ; Huntly W. Davis, Technology '98, Harry F. Lake, Middle- 
bury '99, A. S. Scott and C. S. Anderson, Brown '00; and J. E. 
Parker, Middlebury "01. 

Progress at the McGill chapter has been steady and assured. The 
chapter has been blessed with efficient officers, the finances are in good 
condition, the prestige of the chapter in social, athletic, and library 
circles is excellent, and no fraternity at McGill stands higher in the 
estimation of the students at large. On May i, 1899, the chapter 
was located at 26 McTavish St., close to the University grounds, in 
a house leased and furnished throughout by the chapter, with living 
accommodations for eleven members. 

The chapter has suffered one loss by death, though there is a mel- 
ancholy consolation in the fact that the death was a glorious one, 
Harold L. Borden, '01, who was one of the two members of the McGill 
chapter to respond to his country's call to arms, was killed in action 
near Pretoria, South Africa, July 16, 1900. Brother Borden, serving 
as a lieutenant in the Canadian ?^Iounted Rifles, had previously dis- 
tinguished himself on two distinct occasions by conspicuous gallantry 
under fire, no less than by an earnest attention to his duty, and the 
welfare of the men under his command. The chapter lost in him one 
of its best men, and the brethren a good comrade and a true friend. 

The history of Delta Upsilon in McGill, though brief, has been 

one of almost continued success. There have been discouragements 

at times, and many other troubles due to youth and ignorance, but 

all have been successfully surmounted. We look forward to the 

future with confident hopes of an ever successful and broadening 

fraternal life. 

Frank S. Patch, 'pp 

NEBRASKA 

The idea of another society at Nebraska came to two classmates 
after seeing the great need of a higher fellowship not supplied by the 
existing fraternities, nor attempted by the societies. A field was 
plainly open for something that would build up manhood and also 
oppose the principles and practices that held sway at that time. Ac- 
cordingly the (wo men of one idea invited two other comrades to their 



30 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

room one evening and laid their hopes and plans before them. And 
thus the Tau Delta Omicron fraternity was founded. It was an 
organized effort against the false fabric built up by the secret societies ; 
but the main object was the betterment of self and the broadening of 
the social life of the university. 

The early days of Tau Delta Omicron were days of persecution 
and bitter disappointment, as both Greek and -Barbarian seemed de- 
termined that the upstart should die. The principles interwoven into 
the life of the little band were so new that they appeared radical to 
many, and the early growth was very slow. But in time the keener 
opposition wore away and the class of men desired took up the stand- 
ard of Tau Delta Omicron. 

The brotherhood enjoyed by the founders of Tau Delta Omicron 
was in every way as helpful as planned, but the need of affiliation with 
a national organization began to be felt, as the local badge was almost 
meaningless away from the college walls. Accordingly a study was 
made of the national fraternities in order to ascertain which one more 
nearly coincided in principle with Tau Delta Omicron. 

It was indeed fortunate that then Dr. H. O. Rowlands, Colgate 
72, of the First Baptist Church of Lincoln, advised a petition to Delta 
Upsilon; and he so plainly and enthusiastically presented its advan- 
tages that all other organizations but Delta U. were forgotten. 

As the University of Nebraska was probably unknown to most of 
the Delta U.'s, it was thought advisable to have Dr. Rowlands present 
the plea to the Convention of '97. He was cordially received, but 
the conservative policy of the fraternity was followed and Tau Delta 
Omicron was put on probation for one year. 

In the spring of '98 A. H. Jameson of Technology '93 came out 
to look over the situation. In two days he satisfied himself suffi- 
ciently to report favorably to the Executive Council, while his visit 
added fuel to the flame of desire for Delta U. 

Soon after this the war with Spain broke out and the call for vol- 
unteers came. Two of the members responded to the call. Brother 
Lunn being the first university student to give his life for his country. 

In October, 1898, Brother Thompson was sent to the Philadelphia 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNG CHAPTERS. 31 

'Convention with more confidence than had been felt before. This 
Convention heard the petition of Tau Delta Omicron, and, as Brother 
Thompson afterward said, "took us in body and soul." On his return 
a jubilee banquet was held and eternal loyalty to Delta U. was pledged. 
On December 9, 1898, the formal installation took place and the lesser 
light of Tau Delta Omicron was merged in the greater one of Delta 
Upsilon. From that time a new life was infused into the Nebraska 
chapter and its influence grew until it is now felt in every phase of 
the university life. 

Men have not been chosen for their athletij ability or social posi- 
tion, but rather for the qualities that go to make up the all-around 
man. The material side has not been neglected nor has a great show 
been attempted, but a conservative policy has been followed that has 
at all times kept the chapter out of debt. The first home was m a 
business block. This in time gave way to a rented house. Now 
negotiations are under way for the purchase of a house in an ideal 
location. This is fair traveling along fraternal lines and toward 
fraternal goals. The Nebraska chapter hopefully and heartily prom- 
ises to sustain the position and the honor of Delta Upsilon. 

IV. L. Hall, '01 
TORONTO 

Delta Upsilon has been represented at the University of Toronto 
for upwards of a year, but whoever wishes to review the history of 
the Toronto chapter must go back five years to the time which pre- 
ceded the organization of Phi Alpha. The existence of the society 
v\-ill be seen to fall naturally into three divisions, periods which were 
dominated to a certain extent by slightly different ideals. But there 
has been no discontinuity ; a few of the originators of the first organi- 
zation are still within easy reach of the chapter and set an example of 
enthusiasm for the principles of Delta Upsilon. 

Of the first period, that in which the idea of the organization of 
a fraternity had its rise, and cf the class society from which it drew 
its first members, little need be said here. The history of Phi Alpha, 
with which we are more nearly concerned, dates from the early part 
of 1896. Founded by men who were among the most prominent 



32 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

undergraduates of their day, and demanding from its initiates the 
highest proofs of character and abihty, it appeared that the new 
society was well equipped to face the difficulties which the lack of 
outside connection was sure to entail. But notwithstanding the 
brightness of the prospect, the advantages of becoming a chapter in 
an international fraternity were so great that steps were taken very 
early in our history to discover what fraternity approached most 
nearly to our aims and ideals. 

However, Phi Alpha was enjoying its own fraternity life and there 
was no necessity for haste. The subject of affiliation with one society 
or another was discussed at the meetings ; fraternity literature was 
passed from hand to hand ; but we always returned to that fraternity 
which was first favorably brought to our notice, and which now has 
gained our devotion — Delta Upsilon. 

When the University term opened in the fall of '98, steps were 
immediately taken towards laying our petition before the fraternity. 
This involved the expenditure of a great deal of labor and time, but 
the favorable action taken at Detroit in October '98, was such as to 
pay abundantly the work of the succeeding year. 

Our formal initiation, which took place on December .15, 1899, 
marked the commencement of a third period of our fraternity life. 
New responsibilities had to be shouldered and broader fraternal duties 
clearly understood. The distinctive characteristics of Delta Upsilon 
have been as nearly as possible made our own. The greatest care is 
exercised to admit only men of promise and character. In both of 
these lines we have been successful in the past, and the present per- 
sonnel of the chapter is the best sort of assurance for the future. 

CHICAGO 
In the early years of the University of Chicago there was a strong 
opposition on the part of the faculty to the introduction of fraternities 
into the university. However, this opposition to the Greek-letter 
societies was forced to give way before the growing desire on the part 
of the student body for their introduction. Local clubs had been 
formed both by the women and men, and these only waited for sane- 



HISTORY OF THE YOUNXr CHAPTERS. 33 

tion by the faculty to apply for admission into the national fraternities. 
In the second year of the university such permission was gained by 
the men's clubs, but the women's organizations have always remained 
local societies. When once the restraint interposed by the faculty 
w^as removed, the number of fraternities that entered the field was 
quite disproportionate to the size of the student body. For this reason 
there seemed to be no opening at an early date for Delta Upsilon. 

After seven years of existence the fraternities had begun to assume 
a more or less stable relation to one another and there seemed to be 
a place still unoccupied for a fraternity with the history and ideals 
of Delta Upsilon. Having this fact in mind and also being drawn 
to Delta Upsilon by family ties, two of the students of the university, 
John Mills, "oi, and A. E. Bestor, 'oi, set under way a movement look- 
ing towards the establishment of a chapter of that fraternity at Chi- 
cago. A local society, the Iron Key, was organized in the fall of '99 
which soon numbered nine members, and the cooperation of the mem- 
bers of Delta Upsilon in the faculty was secured. A meeting was 
held at the home of Dr. J. W. Thompson, Rutgers '92, in the spring 
of 1900, to which the local alumni and delegates from the neighboring 
chapters were invited. There the purposes of the society were set 
forth and plans were discussed for work in the future. During the 
summer active correspondence was kept up with local alumni. At the 
beginning of the fall quarter of 1900 the society secured a home for 
itself in the fraternity district of the university and prepared for an 
active campaign, both to secure desirable men for its own ranks and 
to gain the support of as large a number of the alumni and chapters 
as possible. In the first of these endeavors it was so far successful 
that at the close of the fall rushing season its numbers had increased 
to fourteen, while its success in regard to the second point was evi- 
denced by the fact that at the Convention held at Syracuse in Novem- 
ber, 1901, a charter was secured by the Iron Key. 

The Iron Key became the Chicago chapter of Delta Upsilon on 
the evening of January 5, 1901, at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Chicago. 
It has since endeavored to take its place in the fraternity life of the 
university and to fulfil as far as possible the expectations entertained 



34 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

of it. It is too young as yet to have much of a history, but such as 
it has is the result of earnest effort by its members to reach the goal 
of Delta Upsilon. The success of the effort made by the iron Key 
to gain admission to Delta Upsilon was due chiefly to the untiring 
support of the alumni in the faculty, and it desires that in this record 
of its infancy it may pay a proper tribute to their brotherly advice and 
support. 



CONVENTION ROLL^ 



1847, Nov. 10 : Troy, N. Y. 

1849, May : Albany, N. Y. 

1850, May : Williamstown, Mass. 

1851, Jul. 10: Schenectady, N. Y., with Union chapter. 

1852, Oct. 13, 14: Burlington, Vt. 

President. — Peter Smeallie, Union '53. 
1854, Oct. 25, 26: Williamstown, Mass., with Williams chapter. 
President. — John F. Kendall, Hamilton '55. 

1857, May 13, 14: Amherst, Mass., with Amherst chapter. 

President. — George Truesdale, Rochester '57. 

1858, May 12, 13 : Clinton, N. Y., with Hamilton chapter. 

President. — Calvin H. Flower, Middlebnry '58. 

1859, Jul. 6, 7 : Springfield, ^Mass. 

President. — Alexander Fuller, Colby '59. 

1861, May IS, 16: Waterville, Me., with Colby chapter. 

President. — Henry A. Schauffler, Williams '59. 

1862, May 14, 15: Schenectady, N. Y., with Union chapter. 

President. — Henry Ward, Hamilton '62. 

1863, May 25: Rochester, N. Y., with Rochester chapter. 

President. — Charles H. Pool, Rutgers '63. 

1864, Mar. 9, 10: Middlebury, Vt., with Middlebury chapter. 

President. — Darius C. Sackett, Ha,milton '64. 
1865 : Clinton, N. Y., with Hamilton chapter. 

President. — William H. Shields, Rochester '65. 
1866 : Rochester, N. Y., with Rochester chapter. 

Vice-President. — S. Darwin Wilcox, Hamilton '6G. 
1867 : Postponed to following year. 

1868, May 12, 13 : New Brunswick, N. J., with Rutgers chapter. 

President. — Isaac O. Best, Hamilton '67. 

1869, Jun. 9, 10: Hamilton, N. Y., with Colgate chapter 

President. — Clark B. Oakley, Colgate '66. 

*The roll of officers and delegates up to and including the '83 Convention 
is printed in the '84 Quinquennial Catalogue ; while the roll from that date to 
and including the '90 Convention is in the '91 Quinquennial. 



36 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

1870, Jun. I, 2: Providence, R. I., with Brown chapter. 

President. — James A. Garfield, Williams '56. 

1871, appointed for May 19, 20: Hudson, O., but postponed. 

1872, May 15, 16: Hudson, O., with Adelbert chapter. 

President.— George W. Northrup, IVilliams '54. 

1873, May 7, 8: Amherst, Mass., with Amherst chapter. 

President. — Sanborn Tenney, Amherst '53. 

1874, May 13: Marietta, O., with Marietta chapter. 

President.— Gen. J. C. Lee, Adelbert, hon. 

1875, May 12 : New Brunswick, N. J., with Rutgers chapter. 

President. — George VV. Atherton, Rutgers, hon. 

1876, May 17: Ithaca, N. Y., with the Cornell chapter. 

President. — George W. Northrup, IVilliams '35. 

1876, Oct. 26: Rochester, N. Y., with Rochester chapter. 

President. — Ransom B. Welch, LL.D., Union '46. 

1877, Oct. 25 : Hamilton, N. Y., with Colgate chapter. 

President.— Elisha B. Andrews, D.D., Brozvn '70. 

1878, Oct. 16: Middlebury, Vt., with Middlebury chapter. 

President. — Hon. Justin S. Morrill, Middlebury. hon. 

1879, Oct. 22: Schenectady, N. Y., with Union chapter. 

President. — William C. Russell, LL.D.. Cornell, hon. 

1880, Oct. 27: Amherst, ]Mass., with Amherst chapter. 

President. — William H. Maynard, Hauiilton '54. 

1881, Oct. 19: Providence, R. L, with Brown chapter. 

President. — Hon. David A. Wells, IVilliams '47. 

1882, Oct. 25, 26: Ann Arbor, Alich., with Michigan chapter. 

President. — Hon. Austin Blair, Union '39. 

1883, Oct. 24, 25 : Marietta, O., with Marietta chapter. 

President. — Hon. William Bross, Williams '38. 

1884, Nov. 25, 26 : New York city, with New York chapter. 

President. — ^Judge Stephen J. Field, IVilliams '^,7. 

1885, Oct. 22, 23: Rochester, N. Y., with Rochester chapter. 

President. — Marcellus L. Stearns, Colby '63. 

1886, Oct. 28, 29 : Hamilton, N. Y., with Colgate chapter. 

President. — Sereno E. Payne, Roehestcr '64. 

1887, Oct. 27, 28: New Brunswick, N. J., with Rutgers chapter. 

President. — Stephen J. Field, Williams '2>7- 

1888, Oct. 24-26: Cleveland, O.. with Adelbert chapter. 

President. — William Bross, Williams '38. 

1889, Oct. 23-25: Syracuse, N. Y., with Syracuse chapter. 

President.— Joseph O'Connor, Roehcster '63. 

1890, Oct. 22-24 : Chicago, 111., with Northwestern chapter. 

President.— W. H. H. Miller, Hamilton "61. 



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)i, Nov. 11-13: Boston, Mass., with Harvard chapter. 

Honorary President. — Daniel S. Lament, Union '72. 

Active President. — Frank G. Cook, Harvard '82. 

First Vice-President. — B. P. Browne, New York '71. 

Second Vice-President. — H. R. Waite, Hamilton '68. 

Third Vice-President. — W. P. Tryon, Harvard '92. 

Secretary. — L. K. Morse, Harvard '92. 

Treasurer. — A. R. Benner, Harvard '93. 

Orator. — W. H. P. Faunce, Brown '80. 

Alternate Orator. — J. C. Ryder, Colby "82. 

Poet. — A. M. Lord, Harvard '82. » 

Alternate Poet. — W. J. Warburton, Columbia '90. 

Historian. — Josiah Strong, Adelbert '69. 

Chaplain. — William E. Griffis, Rutgers '69. 

Auditor.— G. P. Morris. Rutgers '88. 

Delegates. — Williams: L. B. ■\Ierrill, W. B. Greene. Union: George 
H. Furbeck, E. M. Burke. Hamilton: J. M. Curran, F. C. Jones. Am- 
herst: S. P. Boardman, W. E. Byrnes. Adelbert: R. Hughes, M. A. Tuttle. 
Colby: E. H. Stover, H. A. Jordan. Rochester: A. Hamilton, E. M. 
Hague. Middlebury: E. R. Brown, A. A. Sargent. Rutgers: J. B. 
Thomas, C. H. Bonnell. Brozvn: H. M. Stone, B. Blaisdell. Colgate: A. 
S. Knight, J. P. Taylor. New York: Arthur C. Perry, Jr., R. L. Ru- 
dolph. Cornell: G. W. Laidlaw. Marietta: W. A. Cooper. Syracuse: H. 
Phillips, W. H. Perry. Michigan: C. C. Benedict. Northwestern: A. W. 
Burton. Harvard: R. yi. Lovett. H. H. Norton, Wm. V. Moody. Wis- 
consin: B. R. Shurley. Lafayette: C. E. Dare. Columbia: J. R. Blake, 
J. A. Wilson. Lehigh: C. K. Shelby, A. B. Sharpe. Tufts: W. S. Small, 
G. M. Bates. De Pauw: H. E. Cole. Pennsylvania: R. W. Greene. Min- 
nesota: L. Goodkind. Technology: L. Derr, E. C Wells. New York 
Club: T. B. Penfield. Neiv England Club: W. E. Griffis. Rochester 
Alumni: C. E. Marsh. Syracuse Alumni: E. C. Morey, A. P. Fowler. 
Garfield Club: W. L. Fairbanks. Executive Council: E. J. Thomas. 

52, Oct. 12-14: Waterville, Me., with Colby chapter. 
President. — David S. Jordan, Cornell '72. 
First Vice-President. — R. J. Condon, Colby '86. 
Second Vice-President.— Robert M. Lovett, Harvard '92. 
Third Vice-President. — Albert H. Bickmore, Colby '93. 
Secretary. — Merle S. Getchell, Colby '93. 
Treasurer. — Jesse H. Ogier, Colby '93. 
Orator. — E. B. Andrews, Brown '70. 
Poet. — Denis Wortman, Amherst '57. 
Historian. — G. P. Morris, Rutgers '88. 
Chaplain. — Arthur T. Pierson, Hamilton '57. 
Librarian.— Samuel M. Brickner, Rochester 88. 
Auditor. — L. C. Heywood, Brozvn 'go. 



38 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Delegates. — Williams: H. B. Boone, W. H. Baker. Union: Geo. M. 
Downs, Wm. Van Auken. Hamilton: C. B. Bacon, W. H. Everett. Am- 
herst: H. G. Kimball, T. B. Buffum. Adelbert: Geo. B. Eisenhard, H. A. 
Preston. Colby: C. F. Fairbrother, J. Kleinhaus, Jr. Rochester: J. A. 
Clark. Middlebury: J. B. Donoway, B. C. Miner. Rutgers: F. M. Van 
Orden, C. S. Chamberlain. Brozvn: L. E. Learned, T. H. Rothwell. Col- 
gate: W. B. Smith, J. H. Leete. New York: Wm. L. Mathot, W. Seggie, 
Jr. Cornell: G. H. Marx, I. E. Macomber. Marietta: E. F. Rorebeck. 
Syracuse: W. H. Perry, S. F. Herron. Michigan: I. W. Durfee, T. W. 
Batten. Northwestern: W. E. May. Harvard: H. Hutchinson, J. F. 
^ Crosby. Wisconsin: L. C. Whittet, Fred P. Schuman. Columbia: A. D. 
Williams, H. J. Shaw. Lehigh: C. W. Parkhurst. Tufts: W. S. Small, 
R. B. Smith. De Pauw: Mel. T. Cook. Technology: A. H. Jameson, Jos. 
E. Thropp. Executive Council: Eugene D. Bagen. 

1893, Oct. 4-6: Madison, Wis., with Wisconsin chapter. 

President. — Francis H. Snow, Williavts '62. 

First Vice-President.- — F. H. Whitton, IVisconsin '89. 

Second Vice-President. — John W. Powell, Minnesota "93. 

Third Vice-President. — B. R. Shirley, Wisconsin '94. 

Secretary.— Gordon True, Wisconsin '94. 

Treasurer. — F. B. Schuman, Wisconsin '94. 

Orator. — O. P. Gifford, Brown '74. 

Poet. — John Love, Jr., New York '68. 

Historian. — W. B. Chamberlain, Michigan '84. 

Chaplain. — Rufus C. Flagg, Nezv York '69. 

Auditor. — L. C. Heywood, Brown '90. 

Delegates. — Williams: R. S. Folsom. Union: A. J. Braman, W. W. 
Stuart. Hamilton: L. F. Ostrander, B. M. Balch. Amherst: H. H. Loud. 
Adelbert: R. A. Tuttle, F. P. Reinhold. Colby: S. Kleinhaus. Roches- 
ter: D. H. Cole. Middlebury: E. J. Fulman. Rutgers: H. DeMott, J. A. 
Sarles. Brown: C. S. Cooper. Colgate: J. H. Leete. Cornell: 1. E. Ma- 
comber, J. V. E. Westfall. Marietta: H. Hoyt, H. Daws. Syracuse: F. 
K. Congdon, J. W. Stevens. Michigan: W. W. Drew, F. Richard':on. 
Northwestern: E. J. Goshen, J. C. Singleton. JVisconsin: E. R. Stevens, 
W. D. Parker. Columbia: J. Patterson. Lehigh: J, L. Burley. Tufts: 
W. S. Small. De Pauzu: L. F. Dimmett, W. E. Life. Minnesota: J. Litz- 
enberg, F. Leavitt. Nezv York: A. Pfaus. Technology : L. C. Heywood. 
Executive Council: E. J. Thomas, W. L. Fairbanks. Minneapolis Alumni: 
A. D. Shaw. Minnesota Alumni: W. B. Chamberlaine. Chicago Alumni: 
E. B. Sherman. 

1894, Oct. 25, 26: Schenectady, N. Y., with Union chapter. 

President. — Elijah B. Sherman, Middlebury '60. 
First Vice-President. — Edward P. White, Union '79. 
Second Vice-President. — George F. Andrews, Brozvn '92. 



CONVENTION ROLL. 39 

Third Vice-President.— S. W. Skinner. Union '95. 

Secretary. — Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia 'go. 

Treasurer. — Isaac Harby. Union '95. 

Orator. — John F. Geniing, Union '70. 

Poet. — William V. Moody, Harvard '93. 

Chaplain. — Henry Ward, Hamilton '62. 

Historian. — Theodore Kroushage, IVisconsin '91. 

Auditor. — Lincoln C. Heywood, Technology '91. 

Delegates.— Williams : John G. Wild, F. S. Parmeter. Union: A. D. 
Bissell, R. B. Rowe. Hamilton: J. H. McConnell, A. D. Scovel. Am- 
herst: C. B. Law. Adelbert: C. M. Merry. W. R. Hopkins. Colby: H. 
T. Riggs. Rochester: W. C. Kohlmetz. Middlebury: John Barlow, Rich- 
ard Wooster. Bowdoin: Robt. O. Small. Rutgers: E. C. Conklin, E. 
Bogart. Brown: Benj. Williams, Buston S. Flagg. Colgate: J. B. Davis. 
B. B. Grenell. Nezv York: W. Segige, Jr., J. F. Tucker. Cornell: J. V. 
Westfall, T. St.J. Westfall. Marietta: A. B. Hurlbert. * Syracuse: D. M. 
Lewis, John W. Sadler. Michigan: F. B. Richardson, L. C. Walker. 
Northwestern: W. S. Asher. Harvard: W. S. Youngman. Wisconsin: 
E. H. Cassels. Lafayette: R. H. MacCullough, E. H. Custard. Colum- 
bia: Wm. D. Street, Goldwin Goldsmith. Lehigh: F. Baker, Jr., B. M. Mc- 
Donald. Tufts: Robert B. Smith, Jos. Congdon. De Pauw: E. E. 
Schnepp, John E. La Hines. Minnesota: J. W. Powell, Jr. Technology: 
A. E. Zapp, E. C. Shennar. Swarthmorc: Howard White, H. C. John- 
son. Minneapolis Club: Frank W. Leavitt. 

189s, Oct. 24, 25 : Greencastle, Ind., with De Pauw chapter. 

President. — Elijah B. Sherman, Middlebury '60. 

First Vice-President. — John Meredith, De Pauw '87. 

Second Vice-President. — Edwin H. Cassels, Wisconsin '95. 

Third Vice-President. — John E. La Hines, De Pauw '97. 

Secretary. — E. E. Schnepp, De Pauw '95. 

Treasurer. — Frank C. Tilden, De Pauw '97. 

Orator. — Chas. R. Williams, Rochester '75. 

Poet.— Fred W. Ashley, Adelbert '85. 

Historian. — Geo. F. Andrews, Brown '92. 

Chaplain.— Geo. A. Beattie, Utiion '63. 

Auditor. — Albert Pfaus, Neiv York '93, in place of Lincoln C. Hey- 
wood, Technology '91 (deceased). 

Delegates. — Williams: D. W. Strickland, H. L. Pratt. Hamilton: 
A. D. Scovel. Amherst: C. J. Staples, G. E. Hurd. Adelbert: D. G. 
Jaeger, E. G. Vance. Colby: C. B. Fuller. Rochester: Robt. Salter. Mid- 
dlebury: G. C. Lamson. Bowdoin: H. Gilpatric. Rutgers: R. N. Pierson. 
Brown: G. K. Hudson. Colgate: J. B. Crandall, L. J. Caldwell. New 
York: W. A. Hudson. Cornell: T. St.J. Westervelt, R. F. Rogan. Ma- 
rietta: H. B. Hoyt. Syracuse: J. W. Sadler, N. Osborn. Michigan: L. C. 



40 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Walker C. C. Parsons. Northwestern: H. C. Lowe, C. D. Lee. Wiscon- 
sin: W. G. Bleyer, W. F. Hase. Lafayette: E. H. Custard. A. L. Johnson. 
Columbia: Goldwin Goldsmith. Lehigh: C. C. N. Bauder. Tufts: Cong- 
don. C. E. Noyes. De Pauw: B. E. Rowe, F. M. Life. Pennsylvania: J. C 
Hinckley. Minnesota: A. M. Burch. Technology: J. W. Clary. Swartli- 
more: H. C. Johnson, Robert Pyle. Executive Council: T. B. Penfield. 
New York Club: W. W. Jackson. Chicago Club: Elijah B. Sherman. In- 
diana Club: J. F. Meredith. 

1896, Oct. 22, 23 : Boston, Mass., with Tufts chapter. 

Honorary President. — Elijah B. Sherman, Middlebury '60. 

First Vice-President. — Willard S. Small, Tufts '94. 

Second Vice-President. — Dudley W. Strickland, Williams '96. 

Third Vice-President. — Alfred W. Wheeler, Tufts '97. 

Secretary.— Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90. 

Treasurer. — Charles E. Noyes, Tufts '97. 

Orator. — Benaiah L. Whitman, Brown '87. 

PoET.^ — Herbert M. Hopkins, Columbia '93. 

Historian. — Edward C. Moore, Marietta '77. 

Chaplain. — Arthur T. Pierson, Hamilton '57. 

Auditor. — Albert Pfaus, New York '93. 

Librarian. — Melvin G. Dodge, Hamilton 'go. 

Delegates. — Williams: H. L. Pratt, R. C. Burr. Union: H. R. Fur- 
beck. Hamilton: A. W. Boesche, B. E. Turnbull. Amherst: R. G. Perry, 
S. B. Furbish. Adelbert: D. G. Jaeger, A. H. Carpenter. Colby: J. O. 
Wellman, E. E. Noble. Rochester: A. C. Potter, W. A. Russell. Mid- 
dlebury: J. A. Lobban, C. W. Stone. Bowdoin: G. S. Bean. Rutgers: 
L. P. Peeke, A. H. Shearer, Jr. Brown: H. E. Starr, R. G. E. Hicks. 
Colgate: F. R Morris, E. T. Welch. New York: W. Seggie. W. A. Hud- 
son. Cornell: R. F. Rogan. Syracuse: W. H. Yard. R. W. Allen. Mich- 
igan: W. E. DeWitt, C. H. Brand. Northwestern: E. J. Ridings. Har- 
vard: R. P. Angier, C. N. Smith. Wisconsin: J. W. Page, E. H. Kron- 
shage. Lafayette: A. H. Fuller, J. Macfarlane. Columbia: O. B. Smith, 
Jr., F. H. Curry. Lehigh: C. G. Dunnells, L. H. Marshall. Tufts: J. B. 
W. Day, J. P. Russell. DePauw: E. L. Davis. Pennsylvania: E. B. Cas- 
tle, W. T. Stewart. Minnesota: J. W. Powell. Technology: T. A. Wey- 
mouth, G. R. Wadsworth. Swarthmore : R. Pyle, M. P. Sullivan. Stan- 
ford: C. R. Lewers, '96; A. M. Cathcart, '96. California: H. C. Wyckoff. 
W. E. Lloyd. Executive Council: G. F. Andrews, J. C. Hinckley. Phil- 
adelphia Alumni: H. C. Johnson. Harvard Graduate Club: C. A. Bunker, 
A. S. Hayes. Brown Alumni: W. W. Moss. 

1897, Oct. 21, 22: Northampton, Mass., with Amherst chapter. 

President. — Elijah B. Sherman, Middlebury '60. 
First Vice-President. — C. J. Staples, Amherst '96. 
Second Vice-President. — J. B. Hayward, Harvard '97. 



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Third Vice President. — Huron D. Brackett. Amherst '98. 

Secretary. — Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90. 

Treasurer.— Samuel B. Furbish, Amherst '98. 

Orator. — Rupert Hughes, Adelbert '92. 

Poet. — Chas. H. A. Wager, Colgate '92. 

Historian. — Paul S. Reinsch, IVisconsin 'go. 

Chaplain.— Rev. H. T. McEwen, Adelbert '78. 

Librarian. — i\Ielvin G. Dodge, Hamilton '90. 

Auditor. — Naboth Osborne, iiyracuse '97. 

Decennial Secretary. — Will W. Jackson, Columbia '92. 

Delegates. — Williams: R. C. Burr, E. R. Bolton. Union: H. R. Ho- 
ver, W. R. Nellis. Hamilton: Henry White, C. L. Mosher. Amherst: 
H. D. Brackett, L. D. Wilcox. Adelbert: H. A. Haring, Theodore Hall. 
Colby: H. M. Gerry, F. G. Getchell. Rochester: C. C Proctor, A. J. Wile. 
Middlebury: W. F. Botsford. H. F. Lake. Bowdoin: W. E. Preble, F. L. 
Dutton. Rutgers: H. R. DeWitt, W. L. R. Haines. Brown: R. G. E. 
Hicks, C. C. Remington. Colgate: E. M. Randolph. F. C. Hicks. New 
York: Charles Galwey, L. M. Isaacs. Cornell: A. H. Cook, W. M. Zink. 
Marietta: C. C. Henking. Syracuse :"S.. W. Allen, W. F. Lewis. Michi- 
gan: H. D. Corbusier. Harvard: F. O. White, H. T. Hooper. Wiscon- 
sin: J. E. Davies. Lafayette: F. M. Scheibley, Lambert Hendelman. Co- 
lumbia: R. B. Pomeroy, Burnett Smith. Lehigh: H. H. Scovil, C F. Car- 
men. Tufts: J. P. Russell, E. S. Doane. DePatiw: C. M. Culp. Penn- 
sylvania: C. M. Bumstead, F. N. Magee. Technology: H. W. Davis, 
Jacob Stone, Jr. Swarthinore : A. C. Smedley, C. T. Brown. Stanford: 
W. P. Gifford, C. W. Miller. California: C. E. Fryer. Executive Coun- 
cil: G. F. Andrews, T. R. Weymouth. Wisconsin Alumni Club: P. S. 
Reinsch. 

8, Oct. 20, 21 : Philadelphia, Pa., with Pennsylvania chapter. 
President. — Elijah B. Sherman, Middlebury '60. 
First Vice-President. — C. M. Bumstead, Pennsylvania '98. 
Second Vice-President. — C. G. Roe, Michigan '99. 
Third Vice-President. — C. W. Chester, Pennsylvania '99. 
Secretary.- — Goldwin Goldsmith. Columbia '96. 
Treasurer.— Charles Goss, Pennsylvania '00. 
Orator.— Rev. H. T. McEwen, Adelbert '78. 
Poet. — W. L. Corbin, Amherst '96. 
Historian.— H. V. Ames, Amherst '88. 
Chaplain. — Rev. A. T. Pierson, Hamilton '57. 
Librarian. — AI. G. Dodge, Hamilton '90. 
Auditor. — C. F. Carmen, Lehigh '99. 
Decennial Secretary. — W. W. Jackson, Columbia '92. 
Delegates. — Williams: E. R. Bolton, Wilbur Ward. Union: C. A. 
Snyder. H. B. Jones. Hamilton: R. P. Ostrander, K. G. Henry. Am- 



42 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

herst: E. D. Tolles, E. E. Green. Adelbert: H. A. Haring, D. E. Mook. 
Colby: G. A. Martin. Rochester: A. P. Fletcher, J. M. Young. Mid- 
dlehury: G. W. Stone, F. H. Allen. Bowdoin: F. H. Lavertu. Rutgers: 
W. L. R. Haines, A. P. Brokaw. Brown: C. C. Remington, N. A. Tufts. 
Colgate: C. H. Oliver, H. E. Fosdick. New York: N. P. Turner, W. J. 
Holmes. Cornell: W. M. Zink, R. E. Hemstreet. Marietta: C. A. Kreps, 
, B. A. Plumer. Syracuse: W. F. Lewis, E. C. Jenkins. Michigan: M. M. 
Hawxhurst, C. G. Roe. Harvard: J. A. Macy, F. O. White, H. F. Wolfif. 
Wisconsin: P. L. Allen. Lafayette: J. W. Paff, N. J. Bruen. Columbia: 
Burnett Smith, R. L. Spiller. Lehigh: C. F. Carman, F. J. Payne. Tufts: 
E. S. Doane. DePauw: J. C. Meade. Pennsylvania: R. M. Truitt, A. 
W. Jones. Minnesota: L. J. Fitch, C. C. Dinehart. Technology: W. L. 
Rapp, R. B. Wallace. Swarthmore : L. M. Booth, J. P. Broomell. Stan- 
ford: W. D. Briggs. California: H. H. North. Executive Council: G. F. 
Andrews, T. B. Penfield. 

\ 
1899, Oct. ig, 20: Ann Arbor, Mrch., with Michigan chapter. 

President.— Elijah B. Sherman, Middlebury '60. 

First Vice-President. — W. L. Jenks, Michigan 78. 

Second Vice-President. — A. H. Jameson, Technology "93. 

Third Vice-President. — Harold Corbusier, Michigan "97. 

Secretary. — Goldwin Goldsmith, Columbia '96. 

Treasurer. — N. W. Thompson, Michigan '99. 

Orator. — Camillo von Klenze, Harvard '86. 

Poet. — D. G. Jaeger, Adelbert '97. 

Historian. — J. B. Davis, Colgate '95. 

Chaplain. — Rev. John Reid, New York '70. 

Librarian. — M. G. Dodge, Hamilton '90. 

Auditor. — J. C. Hinckley, Pennsylvania '96. 

Decennial Secretary. — J. B. Crandall, Colgate '96. 

Delegates. — Williams: Wilbur Ward, A. L. Hoyne. Union: E. M. 
Sanders. Hamilton: J. E. Carmichael, F. W. Sippell. Amherst: L. P. 
Brigham. Adelbert: C. J. Forbes, H. C. Moatz. Colby: W. B. Jack. 
Rochester: W. G. Parkes, C. W. Reynolds. Middlebury: J. E. Parker. 
Bowdoin: H. P. West. Rutgers: C. E. Case, D. F. Burnett. Brown: N. 
A. Tufts, E. S. Chace. Colgate: J. M. Sayles, H. W. Marean. Ncu< 
York: H. A. Brecher. Cornell: R. E. Hemstreet, J, O. Dresser. Ma- 
rietta: B. A. Plumer, F. M. Cromley . Syracuse: E. W. Cutler, A. W. 
Armstrong. Michigan: R. J. Barry, Walter Gradle. Northwestern: D. L 
Williams. Harvard: W. C. Arensberg, Frederic Palmer. Wisconsin: C. 
T. Hutson, F. J. Carney. Lafayette: J. M. Rowe, W. S. Buch. Colum- 
bia: G. M. D. Kelly, R. C. Hull. Lehigh: J. G. Heinz, A. J. Sanchez. 
Tufts: A. B. Lamb. DePauw: Dan Pyle. Pennsylvania: Oscar Schmidt, 
R. H. Page. Minnesota: W. F. Braasch, F. D. Monty. Szvarthmore: G. 
M. Lamb, Jr., W. H. Thatcher. McGill: W. E. Rowley, H. L. St. George. 



CONVENTION ROLL. 43 

Nebraska: W. L. Hall, R. C. Pollard. Executive Council: T. B. Penfield, 

E. S. Bloom. 

lyoo, Oct. i8, 19: Syracuse, N. Y., with Syracuse chapter. 

President. — Elijah B. Sherman, Middlebury '60. 

First Vice-President. — Edwin Nottingham, Syracuse '76. 

Second Vice-President. — Paul M. Payne, Lehigh '91. 

Third Vice-President. — Edgar C. Morris, Hamilton '89. 

Secretary. — Goldwin Goldsmith, Columbia '96. 

Treasurer. — Raleigh W. Holden, Syracuse '01. 

Orator. — Henry T. McEwen, Adelbert '78. 

Historian. — Frank R. Morris, Colgate '94. 

Chaplain. — Rev. Ezra S. Tipple, D. D., Syracuse '84. 

Librarian. — Melvin G. Dodge, Hamilton '90. 

Auditor. — John C. Hinckley, Pennsylvania '96. 

Delegates. — Williams: A. L. Hoyne, D. P. Smith. Union: R. E. 
Arger singer, Eraser Metzger. Hamilton: F. W. Sippell, W. K. Collins. 
Amherst: H. F. Bidwell, F. B. Pease. Colby: S. E. Marvell, F. P. Ham- 
ilton. Adelbert: E. B. Pratt, J. W. Conner. Rochester: E. C. Redfern, 
C. L. Pierce. Middlebury: F. J. Bailey, F. A. Simmons. Bowdoin: G. C. 
Wheeler. Rutgers: Conrad Millikin, D. T. Connet. Brown: E. S. Chase, 

F. W. Tillinghast. Colgate: G. H. Smith, R. D. Brownell. New York: 
Chas. Gal way, A. L. Denchfield. Cornell: J. O. Dresser, H. L. Chase. 
Marietta: S. B. Kirby, Jr., A. H. Forbes. Syracuse: C. Perkins, C. D. 
Cummings. Michigan: S. P. Cobb, N. W. Thompson. Northwestern: G. 
C. Stewart. Harvard: H. W. French, J. D. Williams. IVisconsin: C. E. 
Allen. Lafayette: C. H. Yerkes, J. L. Baer. Columbia: H. R. Burt, A. L. 
Hutton. Lehigh: J. G. Heinz, J. M. Daniel, Jr. Tufts: G. W. Fuller, L. 
C. Wells. DePauw: G. P. Schwin. Pennsylvania: E. A. Schuman, F. B. 
Barnitz. Minnesota: S. D. Adams. Technology: V. F. Holmes, W. I. 
Bickford. Swarthmore : T. W. Gilkison, Frank McVaugh, Jr. Stanford: 
H. L. Langnecker. California: N. M. Moran. McGill: J. W. Thomas, 
William Ness. Nebraska: S. D. Clinton. Toronto: G. R. Pirie, F. C. 
Jackson. Executive Council: S. S. Hall, G. F. Andrews. New York 
Club: T. B. Penfield, H. B. Mingle. Chicago Club: J. W. Thompson, C. 
Von Klenze. Harvard Graduate Club: H. B. Huntington. Philadelphia 
Club: J. C. Hinckley. Rochester Club: J. S. Briggs. Albany Club: F. R. 
Morris. 

1901, Oct. 24, 25: Providence, R. I., with Brown chapter. 

President. — W. H. P. Faunce. LL.D., Brozvn '80. 
First Vice-President. — Prof. L. Henbest Capper. McGill '80. 
Second Vice-President. — John C. Hinckley, Pennsylvania '96. 
Third Vice-President. — A. H. Shearer, Rutgers '99. 
Secretary. — Goldwin Goldsmith, Columbia '96. 



44 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Treasurer.— Everett J. Horton, Brozvn '02. 

Orator. — Dr. A. M. Lord. Harvard '83. 

Poet. — Walter C. Bronson, Broivn '87. 

Historian. — Lindsay T. Damon, Hariiard'c)\. 

Chaplain. — Rev. Henry M. Stone, D. D., Brozvn '92.. 

Librarian. — Melvin G. Dodge, Hamilton '90. 

Auditor. — Harry B. Mingle, Pennsylvania '99. 

Editor Decennial. — Melvin G. Dodge, Hamilton '90. 

Delegates. — Williams: D. P. Smith, M. H. Eddy. Union: N. C. 
Hannay. Hamilton: E. J. Ward, R. H. Jones. Amherst: F. B. Pease, 
A. L. Armsby. Adelbert: F. W. Uhlman, J. W. Carpenter. Colby: L. 
L. Workman, F. W. Thyng. Rochester: F. P. Salisbury, C. W. Henn. 
Middlebury: W. J. Stone, O. K. Collins. Bowdoin: B. F. Hayden, B. C 
Emery. Rutgers: S. C. Devan, B. J. Hotaling. Brozvn: E. J. Horton, 
A. W. Pope. Colgate: E. A. Parker, H. W. Taylor. Nezv York: J. T. 
Allen, A. L. Wilcox. Cornell: H. L. Chase, L. F. Bruce. Marietta: 
C. J. Gardner. Syracuse: S. H. Cook, D. O. Decker. Michigan: F. W. 
Lowe, W. R. Lloyd. Norlhzvestern: W. J. Smith, R. H. Burke. Har- 
vard: J. W. Gilles, J. D. Williams, Arthur Black. Wisconsin: A. F. 
Beule. Lafayette: J. A. Nesbitt, J. E. Carpenter. Columbia: P. H. Har- 
wood. Lehigh: J. M. Daniel, J. M. Mendoza. Tufts: W. W. Austin, P. 
M. Hayden. DePauzv: Lawrence Ellis, Raymond Hickman. Pennsyl- 
vania: A. W. Morton, W. O. Miller. Minnesota: A. N. Collins. Tech- 
nology: Redfield Proctor, L. B. Rapp. Szvarthmore : E. S. Harris, T. S. 
Matthews. McGill: A. H. ]:)uff, J. J. Andrews. Nebraska: B. W. Ben- 
edict. Toronto: R. J. Yonge. Chicago: W. H. Elfreth, John Mills. 
Executive Council: S. S. Hall, E. S. Bloom. Nezv York Club: G. F. 
Andrews, T. B. Penfield. Harvard Graduate Club: H. B. Huntington, 
A. A. Gleason. Nezv England Club: C. A. Bunker, A. H. Jameson. 
Peninsular Club: Emerson Davis. Rochester Club: R. C. Hull. Min- 
nesota Alumni Association: F. W. Leavitt. California Club: C. E. 
Fryer, Harold Bradley. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL SINCE 1884 



Samuel B. Duryea, New York '66, 84-5. 
Josiah A. Hyland, Hamilton '75, '84-6. 
Frederick M. Crossett, New York '84, 84-8. 
William F. Campbell, New York '87, '85-6. 
George G. Saxe, Jr., Columbia '87, 85-6. 
Otto iM. Eidlitz, Cornell '81, '85-8. 
Danforth N. B. Sturgis, Columbia '8g. 86-8. 
Charles E. Hughes, Broivn '81, '86-8. 
Harry E. Schell, New York '88, '86-8. , 
Alonzo M. Murphy, Amherst '87, '87-8. 
William J. Warburton, Columbia '90, '87-8. 
William R. Broughton, IVilliams '87, 88-9. 
Walter E. Merritt, Amherst '88, '88-9. 
John Q. ^klitchell, Marietta '80, '88-9. 
William E. Young, Jr., Columbia '91, '88-9. 
William C. Reddy, New York '91, '88-90. 
Ezra S. Tipple, i>yracuse '84, '88-95. 
Richard R. Martin, Brozvn '89, '88-90. 
Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90, '88-90, '91- 
Bertrand C. Hinman, Coluvibia 90, "89-90. 
L. Whitney Searle, Amherst '78, '89-91. 
Ellis J. Thomas, Williams '88, '89-. 
Robert F. Adams, Columbia '91, '90-1. 
Richard Collins, Columbia '92, '90-1. 
Robert J. Eidlitz, Cornell '83, '90-3. 
J. Ernest G. Yalden, New York '93. '90-1. 
Eugene D. Bagen, Neiv York '76, 91-6. 
Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, '91-3- 
Ellis R. Woodruff, Rutgers '93. '9i-2- 
Leslie E. Learned, Brozvn '93- '91-2. 
John A. Wilson, Columbia '93. '91-2. 
James Turner, Amherst '80, '92-3. 
T. P. Elmore, Lehigh '94, '92-3. 
E. K. Rand, Harvard '94. '92-3- 
I. U. White, Union '94, ■92-3- 



46 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

John Patterson, Colmiibia '92, '94-5. 
Wm. W. Stewart, Union '95, '94-5. 
J. P. Mallet, Tufts '94, '94-5- 
J. L. Burley, Lehigh '94, '94-5. 
Randolph J. Le Boeuf, Cornell '92, '94-5- 
Samuel S. Hall, Harvard '88, '94-. 
Louis Oppenheim, Union '75, '94-5. 

E. H. Custard, Lafayette '96, '94-5. 
Robert B. Smith, Tufts '95, '94-5. 

F. L. Bill, Amherst '93, '94-5. 

■ H. T. McEwen, Adelbert '78, '95-6. 
George T. Andrews, Brown '92, '95-. 
John C. Hinckley, Pennsylvania '96. '95-8. 
W. O. Hudson, New York '97, '95-6. 
J. L. Caldwell, Colgate '97, '95-6. 
N. Osborne, Syracuse '97, '95-6. 
Hubert C. Wyckof?, California '96. '96-7. 
Robert G. Perry, Amherst '97, '96-7. 
Thomas R. Weymouth, Technology '97. "96- 
Charles T. Brown, Swarthmore '98. '96-7. 
Burnett Smith, Columbia '99, '97-8. 
Royal S. Haynes, Cornell '99, '97-9. 
Augustus H. Shearer, Rutgers '99, '97-8. 
Edgar S. Bloom, Pennsylvania '95. '98-. 
W. J. Holmes, New York '00, '98-9. 
W. George Parkes, Rohester 00. '98-9. 
Eben W. Cutler, Syracuse '00, '99-00. 
Robt. J. Reiley, Columbia '00, '99-00. 
Clarence E. Case, Rutgers 00, '99-00. 
George C. Stewart, Northwestern '01. '00-. 
Edward A. Cary, Lafayette '01, 'co-. 
George W. Fuller, Tnfts '01. '00-. 



FRATERNITY BIBLIOGRAPHY SINGE 1891 



QUINQUENNIAL CATALOGUE 

The / Delta Upsilon / Quinquennial Catalogue / ^maia 'Y-o6rJK>/ / Published 
by the Fraternity/ 1891. 

Brown cloth cover, with this title on the back : Delta / Upsilon / Catalogue 
/ 1891. On the top face of the cover are the words: Delta Upsilon / Quin- 
quennial / Catalogue. 

Paper 8vo ; lviii-f-672 pages, Syixio inches. Editor-in-Chief, Wilson Lin- 
coln Fairbanks, Tufts '87. Printed by Rockwell & Churchill, Boston, Mass. 

Contains opposite the title page the steel engraving of the fraternity crest; 
also facing page i, a steel plate portrait of Stephen J. Field. IVilliams 'Z7, and 
facing page 61, a steel portrait of Austin Blair, Union '39, and facing page 339, 
a steel portrait of E. Benj. Andrews, Brozun '70. Contains: Introductory mat- 
ter; Preface, p. v. / Associate Editors, p. vii. / List of Chapters, p. viii./The 
Fraternity's Creed, p. ix. / Fraternity History Since 1889, p. xi. / History of 
the Young Chapters ; Wisconsin, Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, 
Pennsylvania and Minnesota, p. xiv. / Convention Roll Since 1884, p. xxx. / 
Executive Council Since 1884, p. xxxv. / The Fraternity Bibliography, p. 
xxxvi. / Editors of Delta Upsilon Quarterly, p. xlvii. / Graduate Associations, 
p. xlviii. / Tables of Relationship, p. 1. / Roll of Honor and Biographical Cat- 
alogue of Each Chapter — Williams, p. i / Union, p. 61 / Hamilton, p. 11 1 / Am- 
herst, p. 150 / Adelbert, p. 201 / Wesleyan, p. 221 / Colby, p. 225/ Rochester, 
p. 250 / Middlebury, p. 279 / Bowdoin, p. 302 / Rutgers, p. 305 / Washington 
and Jefferson, p. 331 / Brown, p. 339 / Colgate, p. 370 / New York, p. 397 / Mi- 
ami, p. 412 /Cornell, p. 416 /Trinity, p. 438 / Marietta, p. 441 / Syracuse, p. 
457 / Manhattan, p. 473 / Michigan, p. 475 / Northwestern, p. 487 / Harvard, 
p. 497 / Wisconsin, p. 514 / Lafayette, p. 519 / Columbia, p. 526 / Lehigh, p. 
535 /Tufts, p. 540 /De Pauw, p. 546 / Pennsylvania, p. 551 / Minnesota, p. 554 
/ Honorary Members^ p. 557 / Residence Directory, p. 565 / Alphabetical Index 
to Members, p. 639 / Appendix — Additions and Corrections, p. 663 / Additional 
Members, p. 671. 

DECENNIAL SUPPLEMENT 

The / Delta Upsilon / Supplement to / Decennial Catalogue / — / Pub- 
lished by the Fraternity / 1897. 

Brown cloth cover, with this title on back: Delta / Upsilon / Decennial / 



48 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Supplement. On the top face of the cover are the words : The / DeUa Upsilon 
/ Decennial / Catalogue / 1897 Supplement. 

Paper 8vo; xxxii+234 pages, 6^2x10 inches. Editor-in-Chief, William 
Walter Jackson, Columbia '92. 

Contents: Associate editors, p. ii. / Contents, p. iii. / Preface, p. v. / Chap- 
ter Roll, p. vi./ Fraternity from 1891 to 1897, p. vii. / History of the Young 
Chapters : Technology, Swarthmore, Stanford, California, p. ix./ Convention 
Roll Since 1891, p. xvi. / Executive Council Since 1891, p. xxi. / Fraternity 
Bibliography Since 1891, p. xxii. / Graduate Clubs, p. xxxii. / Biographical 
Catalogue of Each Chapter — Williams, p. i./ Union, p. 6. / Hamilton, p. 10./ 
Amherst, p. 15. / Adelbert, p. 25. / Colby, p. 30. / Rochester, p. 38. / Middle- 
bury, p. 47. / Bowdoin, p. 53. / Rutgers, p. 58. / Brown, p 66. / Colgate, p. 75. / 
New York, p. 8.5. / Cornell, p. 92. / Marietta, p. 100. / Syracuse, p. 105. / Mich- 
igan, p. 113./ Northwestern, p. 120. / Harvard, p. 127. / Wisconsin, p. 143./ 
Lafayette, p. 151. / Columbia, p. 158. / Lehigh, p. 168. / Tufts, p. 174. / DePauw. 
p. 181. / Pennsylvania, p. 188. / Minnesota, p. 194. / Technology, p. 200. / 
Swarthmore, p. 206. / Stanford, p. 213. / California, p. 216. /Index to Mem- 
bers, p. 219. 

ANNUALS 

'91 

The / Delta Upsilon / — /An Annual / containing the / Reports / of the 
/ Fifty-seventh Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held 
with the Harvard Chapter / at / Boston, Mass. / Nov. 11, 12, 13, 1891. / — / 
Published by the Executive Council/ — /New York, N. Y. / 1891. 

Paper cover, blue gray, with same inscription as title page. 

Paper, 8vo; sH^YQ^i inches; 79 printed pages. Contains the records of 
Fifty-eighth annual convention, with reports from Williams, Union, Hamilton, 
ilton, Amherst, Adelbert, Colby, Rochester, Middlebury, Rutgers, Brown, Col- 
gate, New York, Cornell, Marietta, Syracuse, Michigan. Northwestern, Har- 
vard, Wisconsin, Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, Pennsylvania, 
Minnesota and Technology Chapters; also from New York Delta Upsilon 
Club and Syracuse Delta Upsilon Alumni Association; reports from the Exec- 
utive Council, Treasurer and the Editors of the Quarterly and Quinquennial. 
In addition is recorded the new constitution adopted at this convention. 

'92 

The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/Fifty-eighth Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held 
with the /Colby Chapter / at / Waterville, Me. / October 12, 13 and 14, 1892. 
/ — / Published by the Executive Council. / — /New York, N. Y. / 1892. 

Paper cover, fawn color, with same inscription as title page. 

Paper, 8vo ; 6 by 8^ inches ; 68 printed pages. Contains the records of the 
Fiftyeighth annual convention, with reports from Williams. Union. Hamilton. 



FRATERNITY BIBLIOGRAPHY SINCE 1891. 49 

Amherst, Adelbert, Colby, Rochester, A'liddlebury, Bowdoin, Rutgers, Brown, 
Colgate, New York, Cornell, IMarietta, Syracuse, Michigan, Northwestern, Har- 
vard, Wisconsin, Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, Pennsylvania, 
Minnesota and Technology chapters ; also reports from the Executive Council, 
Treasurer and the Editors of the Quarterly and Quinquennial. In addition is 
inserted part of Rev. Dr. Dennis Wortman's poem, "The Wonder Cross." 

'93 

The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Fifty-ninth Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held with 
the Wisconsin Chapter / at / Madison, Wis. / October 4, 5 and 6, 1893. / — / 
Published by the Executive Council. / — / New York, N. Y. / 1893. 

Paper cover, blue gray, with same inscription as title page. 

Paper, Svo ; 5^ by gys inches ; 40 printed pages. Containing the records 
of the Fifty-ninth annual convention, with reports from Williams, Union, Ham- 
ilton, Amherst, Adelbert, Colby. Rochester, Middlebury, Marietta, Syracuse, 
Northwestern, Wisconsin. Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, ^linnesota chapters; also 

'94 

The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Sixtieth Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held with 
(the / Union Chapter / at / Schenectady, N. Y. / October 25 and 26, 1894./ — / 
Published by the Executive Council. / Edited by Thornton B. Penfield, Colum- 
bia '90. / 41 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. / — / New York, N. Y. / 1894. 

Paper cover, blue gray, with same impression as title page. 

Paper, 8vo; 5^ by 9^ inches; 92 reading pages, including index. Con- 
tains the records of the Sixtieth annual convention, with reports from Williams, 
Union, Hamilton, Amherst, Adelbert, Colby, Rochester, Middlebury, Bowdoin, 
Rutgers, Brown. Colgate, New York, Cornell, Marietta. Syracuse, Michigan, 
Northwestern, Harvard, Wisconsin, Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De 
PauW: Pennsylvania Minnesota, Technology, Swarthmore chapters ; also reports 
from the Executive Council. Magazine Editor, Quinquennial Secretary and 
Treasurer; "History of Delta Upsilon," by E. H. Cassels, Wisconsin '92, and 
"Liberalizing a Liberal Education," by Prof. John F. Genung, Union '70. 

'95 
The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Sixty-first Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held with 
the / De Pauw Chapter / at / Greencastle, Indiana, / October 24 and 25, 1895, 
/ — / Published by the Executive Council. / Edited by Thornton B. Penfield, 
Columbia '90/41 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. / — /New York, N. Y. 

/ 1895. 

Paper cover, blue gray, with same impression as title page. 

Paper, 8vo ; 5J4 by 9 inches ; 95 printed pages, including index, and frontis- 
piece showing delegates. Contains the records of the Sixty-first annual con- 
4 



50 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

vention, with reports from Williams, Union, Hamilton, Amherst, Adelbert, 
Colby, Rochester, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Rutgers, Brown. Colgate, New York, 
Cornell, Marietta, Syracuse, Michigan, Northwestern, Harvard, Wisconsin, 
Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Tech- 
nology and Swarthmore chapters, and from Decennial secretary, Executive 
Council, Librarian, Magazine Editor and Treasurer ; also regular convention 
proceedings ; "History of Delta Upsilon" ; "Oration" ; and Annual Banquet 
Toasts and Resolutions ; Charter granted California and Leland Stanford. 

'96 

The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Sixty-second Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held 
with the /Tufts Chapter / at / Boston, Mass., / October 22 and 23, 1896./ — / 
Published by the Executive Council. / Edited by Thornton B. Penfield, Colum- 
bia '90/41 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y./ — /New York, N. Y. / 1896. 

Paper cover, blue gray, with same impression as title page. 

Paper, 8vo ; 5% by gyi inches ; 98 printed pages. Contains the records of 
the Sixty-second annual convention, with reports from Williams, Union, Ham- 
ilton, Adelbert, Colby, Rochester, Middlebury, Bowdoin. Amherst, Rutgers, 
Brown, Colgate, New York, Cornell, Marietta, Syracuse, Michigan, North- 
western, Harvard, Wisconsin, Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, 
Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Technology, Swarthmore, Stanford, and California; 
also reports from the Executive Council, Decennial secretary. Librarian, Mag- 
azine editor. Song-book, and Treasurer ; also "The Mission of Culture," ora- 
tion by Pres. B. H. Whitman ; "The Student," poem by Herbert M. Hopkins ; 
•"History," by Willard S. Small. 

'97 

The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Sixty-third Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held with 
the / Amherst Chapter / at / Northampton, Mass. / October 21st and 22d, 1897. 
/ — /Published by the Executive Council. / Edited bv Thornton B. Penfield, 
Columbia '90/41 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y./ — /New York, N.Y./ 

1897. 

Paper cover, gray, with same impression as on title page. 

Paper, 8vo ; 5^ by 9 inches ; 98 printed pages. Contains the records of 
the convention, with reports from Williams, Union, Hamilton, Amherst, Adel- 
bert, Colby, Rochester, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Rutgers, Brown, Colgate, New 
York, Cornell, Marietta, Syracuse, Michigan, Northwestern, Harvard, Wiscon- 
sin, Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, 
Technology, Swarthmore, Stanford, California chapters. Executive Council, 
Committee on Chicago Investigation, Treasurer, Librarian, Decennial and 
Quarterly Editors, and "Poem," by Willard S. Small, Tufts '94; Oration, 
"Walt Whitman," Rupert Hughes, Adelbert '92 ; and the paper, "History of 
Delta Upsilon," Paul S. Reinsch, Wisconsin '92 ; Address of welcome, G. E. 
Merriam, Amherst '96; Response, C. M. Bumstead, Pennsylvania '98. 



FRATERNITY BIBILOGRAPHY SINCE 1891. 51 



The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Sixty-fourth Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held 
with the/ Pennsylvania Chapter/ at/ Philadelphia, Pa. / October 20th and 21st, 
1898. / — / Published by the Executive Council. / Edited by Goldwin Gold- 
smith, Columbia '96/156 Fifth Avenue, New York./ — /New York, N. Y. / 
1898. 

Paper cover, gray, with same impression as title page. 

Paper 8vo ; 5^4 by 9 inches ; 96 printed pages. Contains the records of the 
convention, with reports from Williams, Union, Hamilton, Amherst, Adelbert, 
Colby, Rochester, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Rutgers, Brown, Colgate, New York, 
Cornell, Marietta, Syracuse, Michigan, Northwestern, Harvard, Wisconsin, 
Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Tech- 
nology, Swarthmore, Stanford, and California chapters ; an Address by Josiah 
Penniman, Ph.D., Dean of the University of Pennsylvania; an Address of 
welcome by Charles S. Wesley, Pennsylvania '99; Response by C. G. Roe, 
Michigan '99 ; also reports from the Executive Council, Librarian, Decennial 
editor; also oration, "Signs of the Times," by Henry T. McEwen, Adelbert 
'78; poem, "The Century," by W. L. Corbin, Amherst '96; and the paper writ- 
ten for the convention, "History of Delta Upsilon," by Herman V. Ames, 
Amherst '88. 

'99 

The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Sixty-fifth Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held with 
the / Michigan Chapter / at / Ann Arbor, Mich. / October 19th and 20th, 1899 
/ — / Published by the Executive Council / Edited by Goldwin Goldsmith. 
Columbia '96/ iii Fifth Avenue, New York/ — / New York, N. Y. / 1899. 

Paper cover, gray, with same impression as on title page. 

Paper, 8vo ; sH by 9 inches ; 88 printed pages. Contains the records of the 
convention, with reports from Williams, Union, Hamilton, Amherst, Adelbert, 
Colby, Rochester, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Rutgers, Brown, Colgate, New York, 
Cornell, Marietta, Syracuse, Michigan, Northwestern, Harvard, Wisconsin, 
Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Tech- 
nology, Swarthmore, Stanford, California; McGill, Nebraska chapters; an 
Address of welcome, by Harrison S. Smalley, Michigan '00 ; Response, by Eben 
W. Cuder, Syracuse '00; the report of the Executive Council, Treasurer, Li- 
brarian, and Decennial secretary ; also an oration, "The University in our 
Modern Life,' by Camillo von Klenze, Harvard '86; a poem, "Two Dreams," 
by Daniel G. Jaeger, Adelbert '97 ; and the paper, "Delta Upsilon History," by 

Jesse B. Davis, Colgate '95. 

'00 

The / Delta Upsilon / — / An Annual / containing the / Records / of the 
/ Sixty-sixth Annual Convention / of the / Delta Upsilon Fraternity / held with 
the / Syracuse Chapter / at / Syracuse, N. Y. / October i8th and 19th, 1900 
/ — ^/Published by the Executive Council / Edited by Goldwin Goldsmith, 




52 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Columbia '96/ iii Fifth Avenue, New York/ — /New York, N. Y. / i960. 

Paper cover, light blue, with same impression as title page. 

Paper, 8vo ; 5^4 by 9 inches ; 79 printed pages. Contains the records of 
the convention and reports from Williams, Union, Hamilton, Amherst, Adel- 
bert, Rochester, Colby, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Rutgers, Brown, Colgate, New 
York, Cornell, Marietta, Syracuse, Michigan, Northwestern, Harvard, Wiscon- 
sin, Lafayette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts, De Pauw, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, 
Technology, Swarthmore, Stanford, California, McGill, Nebraska, and Toronto 
chapters ; an Address of welcome, by A. W. Armstrong, Syracuse '01 ; and a 
Response, by Elmer S. Chase, Brown '01 ; also reports from the Executive 
Council, Treasurer, Librarian. 

DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY 
VOLUME IX 

Volume IX has a light broken cover printed in black, and as follows : 

The /Delta Upsilon / Quarterly. / Volume IX. Number 4. / August, 1891. 
/ Table of contents. / P. O. Box 2887, New York, N. Y. / The Delta Upsilon 
Fraternity. / Copyrighted, 1891, by F. M. Crossett. / Entered at the New York 
Post Ofhce as second-class matter. 

Size of page, sV& by 9 inches. Price of subscription, one dollar per volume. 

Board of Editors: Frederick M. Crossett, New York '84, Editor-in-Chief; 
Robert J. Eidlitz, Cornell '85. Albert W. Ferris, New York '78, and Ellis J. 
Thomas, tVilliams '88, Associate editors. 

IV 

Number 4 bears the date, August, 1891. Contents: Directory/ Delta Upsi- 
lon Chapter Directory / The University of the South, p. 281. / Jerome Allen, 
Ph.D., p. 282. / A College Letter of James A. Garfield, p. 284. / The Gold and 
Blue, p. 289. / Extension and Expansion, p. 290. / The Revised Constitution, p. 
301. / Senior, Rest ! p. 306. / Among the Exchanges, p. 307. / Greek Letter Gos- 
sip, p. 316. / Communications, p. 321. / Chapter Blanks, p. 322. / Editorial, p. 
324. / Here and There, p. 327. / Delta U News Items, p. 330. / Delta Upsilon 
Statistical Table for 1890- 1, p. •^38. / Births, p. 339. / Marriages, p. 340. / 
Deaths, p. 340. / In Memoriam, p. 341. / Chapter Correspondence, p. 346. / 
Alumni of Delta U., p. 367. / Index to Volume IX. There are, including cover, 
100 reading pages and 14 of advertising. 

VOLUME X 

Volume X has cover similar to volume IX. Size of page, sH by 9 inches. 
Price of subscription, one dollar per volume. 

Board of Editors: Frederick M. Crossett, New York '84, Editor-in-Chief; 
Albert W. Ferris, Neiv York '78, Robert J. Eidlitz, Cornell '85, Ellis J. Thomas. 
I'Villiams '88, and William J. Warburton, Columbia '90, Associate Editors. 



FRATERNITY BIEILOGRAPHY SINCE iSgi. 53 

I 

Holiday Number, 1891. Contents: Directory / iJelta Upsilon Chapter Di- 
rectory/Fraternity, Medieval and Modern, p. 3. / Convention Poem, p. 15./ 
History, p. 11. /The Fixty-Seventh Annual Convention, p. 22. / Convention 
Song, p. 29. / Delta U. Vitrix, p. 31. /To the Delegates of the Delta Upsilon 
Fraternity, p. 32. / Attendants at the Convention, p. 34. / The Quinquennial, p, 
n. / Eoitorial, p. 44. / D. U. News Items, p. 47./ Announcement, p. 50. / Births, 
p. 51./ Marriages, p. 52. / Deaths, p. 53. / In Memoriam, p. 53. / Chapter Cor- 
respondence, p. 54. /Alumni of Delta U., p. 69. / Book Reviews, p. 86. There 
are. including cover, 87 reading pages and 13 of advertising. 

H 

February, 1892. Contents : The Alassachusetts Institute of Technology, p. 
91. /The Delta Upsilon Movement at Technology, p. 95. / The Ideal Initiation, 
p. 98. / Home of the Colgate Chapter, p. 102. / Among the Exchanges, p. 106. / 
Greek Letter Gossip, p. 117. / Fraternity Extension, 1880 to 1891, p. 121. /Air 
Castles, p. 126. / Communications from Alumni, p. 127. / Editorial, p. 129. / 
Delta U. News Items, p. 133. / Births, p. 138. / Marriages, p. 138. / Deaths, p. 
139- / Chapter Correspondence, p. 140. / Harmonics, p. 151. /Alumni of Delta 
U., p. 152. / New Initiates, p. 168. / Book Review, p. 173. There are, including 
cover, 87 reading pages and 14 of advertising. 

Ill 

May, 1892. Contents: The Hon. Marcellus I. Stearns, p. 177. / Compensa- 
tion, p. 183. / Rossiter Johnson, Ph.D., p. 185. / The Hon. Walter E. Howard, 
p. 197. / Professor Addison Ballard, D.D., p. 201. / Wefton Flint, Ph.D., p. 
204. / Delta Upsilon in Washington, p. 209. / Organization of Tuft's Alumni, 
p. 212. / Among the Exchanges, p. 213. / Greek Letter Gossip, p. 225. / Delta U. 
News Items, p. 230. / Births, p. 234. / Marriages, p. 234. / Deaths, p. 235. / In 
Memoriam, the Hon. David Taylor, p. 236. / Ralph Hart Bowles, Jr., p. 238 / 
Irving A. Douglas, p. 239. / Chapter Correspondence, p. 241. There are, includ- 
ing cover, 87 reading pages and 13 of advertising. 

IV 

August, 1892. Contents : Rufus Cushman Flagg, D.D.. p. 269. / Applause, 
p. 270. / Gabriel Grant, M.D., p. 271. / Faded Pictures, p. 273./ The Fraternity 
Exhibit at the World's Fair, p. 274. / Ritualistic Work in ihe Fraternity, p. 277. 
/ The Death of Wilkins Rustin, p. 279. / Delta Upsilon Galop, p. 287. / Among 
the Exchanges, p. 292. / A Morning Dream, p. 304. / Greek Letter Gossip, p. 
305. / Editorial, p. 308. / Delta U. News Items, p. 313. / Delta Upsilon Statistical 
Table, 1891-2, p. 322./ Delta Upsilon Growth, '82-'92, p. 321. / Births, p. 323./ 
Marriages, p. 323. / Deaths, p. 324. / In Memoriam, Wells H. Atley, p. 324. / 
Prof. W. S. Lemen, p. 325. / Samuel B. Duryea, p. 326. / Chapter Correspond- 
ence, p. 328. / Book Reviews, p. 352. There are, including cover, 93 reading 
pages and 13 of advertising. 



54 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

VOLUME XI 

Volume XI has a light blue cover, printed in black, and as follows : 

The Delta / Upsilon / Quarterly / Contents / Philadelphia, Pai / Box 857. / 

Size of page, 7 by 10 inches. Price of subscription, one dollar per year. 

Board of Editors: Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, Editor-in-Chief; R. J. 

Eidlitz, Cornell '85, Geo. P. Morris, Rutgers '88, Ellis J. Thomas, Williams '88, 

Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90, Robert M. Lovett, Harvard '92, Associate 

editors. 

I 

Holiday Number, 1892. Contents: Chapter Directory / The Fifty-eighth 
Convention at Colby, p. i. / Delta Upsilon in Current Literature, p. 4. / Chapter 
House, a Humanizing Influence, p. 7. / Bowdoin College, p. 9. / The Revival of 
the Bowdoin Chapter, p. 20. / Delta U. Additions to College Faculties, p. 20. / 
The Fraternity and the World's Fair, p. 22. / Notes of the Fraternity World, p. 
23. / Editorial, p. 27. / Delta Upsilon News and Comment, p. 30. / News from 
the Chapters, p. 31. /Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 43. / Vital Statistics, p. 61. 
There are, including cover, 65 reading pages and 7 of advertising. 

II 

May, 1893. Contents : Map Showing Location of Chapters 1893. / Societies 
at Harvard, p. 63. / Chapter House at Rutgers, p. 67. / Cornell Chapter's New 
Home, p. 69. /Delta Upsilon in Current Literature, p. 71. / Steps Forward in 
Education, p. 74. / Three New College Presidents, p. 81. / The Fraternity's Men, 
p. 88. / Old Badges of the Fraternity, p. 92. / Migration of New York City 
Colleges, p. 95. / Ceremony of Initiation, p. 98. / Limitations to Our Extension, 
p. 99. / Fraternity World, p. 102. / Editorials, p. 105. / News from Chapters, p. 
III. / Building a Chapter House, p. 120. / Alumni, p. 121. / Alumni at the Ban- 
quet Table, p. 135. / Addresses of Lafayette Chapter, p. 137. / Addresses of Le- 
high Chapter, p. 138. / Officers of the Colby Chapter, 1852-1881, p. 140. There 
are, including cover, 82 reading pages and 8 of advertising. 

Ill 

September, 1893. Contents: The Advantages of Non-Secrecy, p. 141. / Sci- 
ence and the Colleges, p. 144. / The Founding of Alpha Delta Phi, p. 153. / Gar- 
field's Philosophy, p. 154. /Delta Upsilon in Current Literature, p. 155. /How 
Small Colleges Should We Enter, p. 157. /The Purposes of Convention, p. 159. 
/ Essential Qualities of an Ideal D. U. Man, p. 161. / Some Notable Commence- 
ment Addresses, p. 463. / How We Helped Pay the Missionary Debt, p. 166. / 
The Little Ones, p. 167 / Delta Upsilon in World's Fair Art, p. 168. / Editorials, 
p. 174. / News from the Colleges, p. 176. / Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 181. / 
Delta Upsilon in Summer Gatherings, p. 196. There are, including cover, 58 
reading pages and 8 of advertising. 



FRATERNITY BIBILOGRAPHY SINCE 1891. 55 

IV 

February, 1894. Contents : The University of Wisconsin, p. 197. / College 
Life at Wisconsin, p. 204. / Reconciliation, p. 209. / Wisconsin Chapter of Delta 
Upsilon, p. 210. / The Fifty-ninth Annual Convention, p. 217. / Delta Upsilon 
in Current Literature, p. 219. / Convention History, p. 222. / The Ideal Man, p. 
227. / Is Life Worth Living, p. 231. / Editorial, p. 240. / Notes of the Fraternity 
World, p. 242. / Chapter Births, p. 243. / Letters from the Chapters, p. 244. / 
Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 258. / Vital Statistics, p. 266. There are, including 
cover, 75 reading pages and 9 of advertising. 

VOLUME XII 

Volume XII has a light brown cover ; No. i printed in brown, and Nos. 2 
and 3 in black, and as follows : 

The /Delta Upsilon / Magazine / Vol. XII, March, 1894. No. i. / Table 
of Contents. / Published for the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. / Wilson L. Fair- 
banks, Philadelphia, Pa. Size of page, 6Vi by 9^4 mches. Price of subscription, 
one dollar per volume. 

Board of Editors: Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, Editor-in-Chief; Robt. 
J. Eidlitz, Cornell '85, Geo. P. Morris, Rutgers '88, Robt. M. Lovett, Harvard 
'92, Ellis J. Thomas, IVilliams '88, Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90, Ellis R. 
Woodruff, Rutgers '93. 



No. I bears the date given above. Contents : Swarthmore College, Its His- 
tory and Life, p. i./The Delta Upsilon Movement at Swarthmore, p. 13. / In- 
itiation of the Swarthmore Chapter, p. 19. / Delta U.'s at the Banquet Table, p. 
21. / The Teaching of Our Recent Economic Experiences, p. 24. / The West- 
ernor's Soliloquy (poem), p. 29. / Editorial, p. 30. / Notes of the Fraternity 
World, p. S2. / Chat of the Chapters, p. 34. / Letters from the Chapters, p. 35. / 
Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 47. There are, including cover, 50 reading pages 
and 6 of advertising. 

II 

April, 1894. Contents: Addresses to the Fraternity, p. 51. / Effects of the 
Centennial Exposition, p. 57. / In Ruinis Atrii Vestae (poem), p. 63. / Dangers 
of Chapter-House Life, p. 64. / Fraternities vs. Local Societies at Harvard, p. 
66. / Methods of Chapter Literary Work, p. 69. / Fraternity Strength as a Fac- 
tor in Rushing, p. 7^. / Financial Management of a Chapter, p. 75. / Delta U. in 
Current Literature, p. 76. / How We Keep Our Alumni Interested, p. 79. / A 
Columbian Poem, p. 82. / Chapter Literary Work as a Supplement to the Col- 
lege Curriculum, p. 85. / Extension as a Means of Keeping the Fraternity Dem- 
ocratic, p. 89. / Editorial, p. 93. / The Fraternity World, p. 97. / The Chapters, 
p. 100. /The Alumni, p. 105. There are, including cover, 64 reading pages and 
9 of advertising. 



56 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Ill 

May, 1894. Contents: New England Club of Delta Upsilon, p. 119. /Diffi- 
culties in Maintaining a City Chapter, p. 124. / Why Join a Fraternity? p. 127. / 
An Eastern View of Extension, p. 131. / Difficulties of Our Smaller Colleges, 
p. 134. / Nature's Priests (poem), p. 139. / Fraternities of the West, p. 140./ 
D. U.'s at the Banquet i able, p. 144. / Chapter Mistakes, p. 145. / The Late Pro- 
fessor Jerome Allen, p. 146. / Editorial, p. 149. / Letters from the Chapters, p. 
151. / Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 158. / Undergraduates of Delta Upsilon, p. 
163. There are, including cover, 58 pages of readingr matter and 10 of adver- 
tising. 

VOLUME XIII 

Volume XIII has a cover similar to Volume XII, and printed in black. 

Board of Editors: Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, Editor-in-Chief; Robert 
J. Eidlitz, Cornell '85, Geo. P. Morris, Rutgers '88, Robert M. Lovett, Harvard 
'92, Ellis J. Thomas, JVilliafiis '88, Will Walter Jackson, Columbia '92. 

I AND II 

The pages covered by these numbers are i to 76. Contents omitted as 
numbers not found. 

Ill 

April, 1895. Contents : David Starr Jordan, p. 77. / Portraits of Gar- 
field, p. 83. / What Songs does Delta Upsilon Need, p. 86. / Influence of a Fra- 
ternity on Character, p. 88. / Delta U.'s History in a Nutshell, p. 92. / The 
Need of Educated Men, p. 94. / Editorial, p. 100. / Letters from the Chapters, 
p. 102. / Alumni, p. 107. / The New England Club Banquet, p. 113. /The Fra- 
ternity World, p. 115. There are, including cover, 44 reading pages and 6 
of advertising. 

IV 

May, 1895. Contents: James Ford Rhodes, p. 117. / Secret Societies at 
Yale, p. 121. / The Fraternity's Men, p. 127. / Educational Trend of the North- 
west, p. 132. / Elements in Chapter House Financing, p. 137 / The Syracuse 
Chapter House, p. 141 / Editorial, p. 144 / News from Colleges and Chapters, 
p. 146. /Notes of the Fraternity World, p. 148. / Alumni, p. 150. There are, 
Including cover, 46 reading pages and 6 of advertising. 

V 

The pages covered are 164 to 200. Number not found. 

VI 

October, 1895. Contents : University of the City of New York and Some 
D. U. Alumni, p. 201. / Western Extension, p. 221. / Some Athletes of Delta 
Upsilon, p. 224. / Editorial, p. 234. / News from Colleges and Chapters, p. 236. / 
Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 245. There are, including cOver, 52 reading pages 
and 6 of advertising. 



FRATERNITY BIBILOGRAPHY SINCE 1891. 57 

VOLUME XIV 
(Misvolumed XV on cover.) * 

Volume XIV has a light brown cover printed in black as follows : 
The /Delta Upsilon / Magazine / "Vol. XV, December, 1895, No. i. / Table 
of Contents. / Published for the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. / Wilson L. Fair- 
banks, Philadelphia, Pa. iize of page, 6->4 by 9^ inches. Price of subscrip- 
tion, one dollar per year. 

Board of Editors: Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, Editor-in-Chief; Robt. 
J. Eidlitz, Cornell '85, Geo. P. Morris, Rutgers '88, Robt. M. Lovett, Harvard 
'92, Ellis J. Thomas, IVilliams '88, and Will W. Jackson^ Columbia '92, Asso- 
ciate Editors. 

I 

No. I bears the date given above. Contents : Justice Stephen J. Field, p. I. 
/ Colgate's New President, p. 9. / The Colgate Chapter of Delta Upsilon, p. 10. / 
The Sixty-first Annual Convention, p. 23. / Gossip of the Greek Press, p. 24. / 
Editorial, p. 31. / News from Colleges and Chapters, p. 33. / Chat of the Chap- 
ters, p. 41. / Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 42. / Vital Statistics, p. 47. / Notes of 
the Fraternity World, p. 48. There are, including cover, 51 reading pages and 
8 of advertising. 

II 

No. 2 is dated January, 1896, and cover is misnumbered Vol. 15, No. i. 
Contents: Eighty Miles in Three Days, p. 53. / The Briar Rose (poem), p. 57. 
/Marietta College Buildings and Campus (pictures), p 59. / The Rochester 
Chapter House, p. 64. / Liberal Education and Life, p. 67. / The Guidance of 
Public Opinion, p. 81. / Editorial, p. 86. / News from Colleges and Chapters, 
p. 88. / Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 90. / Chat of the Chapters, p. 92. There 
are, including cover, 42 reading pages and 10 of advertising. 

Ill 

No. 3 is dated February, 1896, and has a yellow cover printed similar to 
No. I. Contents : President Beniah L. Whitman, p. 93. / Early Records of the 
Hamilton Chapter, p. 98. / Stephen Crane, the Story Writer, p. 106. / Rev. Dr. 
Griffis and His Latest Book, p. 112. / Editorial, p. 113. /Studies in Epitaph, p. 
116. / News from Colleges and Chapters, p. 117. / Chat of the Chapters, p. 121. / 
Alumni of Delta Upsilon, p. 122. There are, including cover, 42 reading pages 
and 10 of advertising. 

IV 

March, 1896. Pages, 135-178. 



No. 5 is dated April, 1896, and has a yellow cover, printed in blue, with 
poem on front cover, "Across the Spreading Land." Contents : Welcome to 
California and Stanford (poem) / The Stanford-California Initiation, p. 179. / 



58 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Spring (poem), p. 184. / History of Stanford University, p. 185. / Student Life 
at Stanford, p. 192. / Tlie D. U. Movement at Stanford, p. 196. / A Plea 
(poem), p. 198. / The University of California, p. 199. / Lines, p. 203. / Student 
Life at California, p. 205. / Delta Upsilon at California, p. 212. / An Alumnus' 
View of the New Chapter, p. 218. / Extension Westward, p. 219. / Editorial, p. 
222. / News from Colleges and Chapters, p. 225. / The Twins (poem), p. 232./ 
Alumni, p. 233. There are, including cover, 61 reading pages and 13 of adver- 
tising. 

VOLUME XV 

The / Delta Upsilon / Quarterly / entered at the New York Post Office. 
December, i8g6, as second-class mail matter / Vol. XV, New York, Decem- 
ber, 1896. No. I / Published by the Fraternity / Conducted by the Executive 
Council, loi East 20th St., New York. Editor, Thornton B. Penfield. Assist- 
ant Editor, Hubert C. WyckofT. Size of page, 9^ by 6j4 inches. 



Number i has a gold (yellow) cover, printed in blue, and bears the date 
of December, 1896. Contents : Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / A 
Sample of Delta Upsilon Sculpture. / The Gold and Blue (poem), p. i. / Editor- 
ial, p. 2. / Some Plain Words, p. 4. / The Experiences of a New Chapter 
(Swarthmore), p. 5. / The LXII Convention (with plate), p. 15. /The Decen- 
nial Supplement, p. 17. / Chapter Correspondence, p. 18. / Alumni News, p. 38. / 
A Modern Instance (poem), p. 42. There are, including cover, 48 reading 
pages and 6 of advertising. 

II 

Number 2 is dated March, 1897, and has a gray blue cover, printed in blue, 
with title in gold, similar to No. i, including the Fraternity Crest. 

Contents : Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / Alumni Club Direc- 
tory. / My i^ove (poem), p. 43. / Editorial, p. 44. / Tennyson, p. 47. / Hon. Eli- 
jah B. Sherman, LL.D., p. 48. / Vox Populi, p. 50. / Chapter Finance, p. 52./ 
Not Blind (poem), p. 57. / Chicago Alumni Club Dinner, p. 58. / The Blue and 
Gold, p. 59. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 60. / Among the Exchanges, p. 62. / A 
Prize Contest, p. 65. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 66. / News of Our 
Alumni, p. lOi./A Letter to Hamilton Alumni, p. 112. / Reviews, p. 112. 
There are, including cover, 76 reading pages and 6 of advertising. 

Ill 

June I, 1897. Contents: To Delta Upsilon (poem), p. 113. / Editorial, p. 
114. /Pearce Atkinson, p. 117. /Prof. Cyrus M. Dodd, p. 118. /An Ancient 
Valentine (poem), p. 118. /New England Club Dinner, p. 119. / Aspirations 
(poem), p. 121. /The Inter-Fraternity War, at Michigan, p. 122. /Rev. Edwin 
Judson Klock, p. 128. / The Real vs. The Ideal, p. 130. / Prize Story Contest : 
Lizzie Davis' Trial. / A Successful Pledge. / A Ruined Life. / An Initiation at 
Harvard. /The King's Signet. / And a Little Child Shall Lead Them, p. 131-/ 



FRATERNITY BIBILOGRAPHV SINCE 1891. 59 

New Stanford Chapter House, p. 142. / New Books from Delta U. Pens, p. 143. 
/ Colgate Dramatic Club, p. 145. / Exchanges, p. 146. / The Sun Dial's Warn- 
ing (poem), p. 150. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 151. /An Idle Idyl (poem), p. 
152. / Chapter News, p. 153. / The Long and. Short of It (poem), p. 170. / Our 
Alumni, p. 171. / New York Chapter's Scholarship, p. 183. There are, includ- 
ing cover, yj reading pages and 8 of advertising. 

IV 

October i, 1897. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory./ 
Alumni Club Directory. / Picture, Judge Sherman, p. 185. / In the Editorial 
Corner, p. 186. / A Message from the President, p. 190. / Picture, The Amherst 
Chapter, p. 191. / Historical Sketch of the Amherst Chapter, p. 192. / Reminis- 
cences of '50, p. 194. / Reminiscences of Recent Years, p. 195. / Love is Blind, 
A Farce, p. 198. / Address, Preparation for Public Service, p. 201. / Hamilton's 
Semi-Centennial, p. 203. / Song, p. 207. / At the Prom., Finis, p. 208. / Delta 
Upsilon News Items, p. 209. / Poem, A Lesson from a Dream, p. 210. / Sketches 
of Paul S. Reinsch and Rupert Hughes, p. 211. / Correspondence, p. 212. / In 
Memory, W. J. Warburton and Cap. C. L. Porter, p. 214. / Autumn (poem). 
p. 215. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 216. / Among the Exchanges, p. 218. / Poem, 
p. 220. / Chapter Letters and College Items, p. 221. / Poem, p. 230. / News of 
our Alumni, p. 231. There are, including cover, 55 reading pages and 8 of 
advertising. 

VOLUME XVI 

Volume XVI has a cover similar to Volume XV. Editor: Thornton B. 
Penf^eld. 

• I 

December l, 1897. Contents : Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / 
Alumni Club Directory. / Photograph of S. J. Entriken. / Poem, Delta U., p. i. 
/ Delta U. in Debate and Oratory, p. 2. / Editorial, p. 14. / Post Convention 
Thoughts, p. 18. / Convention Jottings, p. 20. / The Prize Contest, p. 25. / 
Poem, The Morning Recompense, p. 25. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 26. / Among 
the Exchanges, p. 32. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 36. / News of Our 
Alumni, p. 56. There are, incluuing cover, 62 reading pages and 6 of adver- 
tising. 

II 

March i, 1898. Contents : Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / 
Alumni Club Directory. / Poem, Delta Upsilon, p. 63. / Our Alumni Clubs, p. 
64. /The Fraternity's Men (illustrated), p. 70. / Poem, A Summer Picture, p. 
78. / The Wily Microbe, p. 80. / Captain Barnstable, p. 81. / Poem, Grandpa's 
Pipe, p. 83. / Editorial, p. 85. / Poem, My Sweetheart, p. 89. / Gossip of th* 
Greeks, p. 90. / The Passing of Theta Nu Epsilon, p. 93. / Among the Ex- 
changes, p. 96. / Chapter x^ews and College Items, p. 103. / Literary Notes, p. 
119. / News of Our Alumni, p. 120. There are, including cover, 66 reading 
pages and 6 of advertising. 



60 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Ill 

June I, 1898. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / Alum- 
ni Club Directory / Poem, The Martyrs of the Maine, p. 131. / Our Alumni 
Clubs, p. 132. / The Fraternity's Men (illustrated), p. 137. / Our Trip through 
Squaw Creek, p. 143. / Poem, The Rhyme of Delta U., p. 145. / Suggestions 
from Alumni, p. 146. / Poem, Sunset on the Rockies, p. 149. / Editorial, p. 150. 
/Rutgers Chapter House ( uiustrated), p. 154. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. I55- / 
Among the Exchanges, p. 158. / Group of Harvard Actors, p. 165. / Chapter 
News and College Items (illustrated), p. 166. / News of Our Alumni, p. 185./ 
Literary Notes, p. 193. There are, including the cover, 62 reading pages and 7 
of advertising. 

IV. 

October i, 1898. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory./ 
Alumni Club Directory. / Poem, Lines to Delta U., p. 195. / War News, p. 196. 
/ The Convention Program, p. 199. / Convention Transportation, p. 200. / Delta 
Upsilon in Pennsylvania, p. 202. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 203. / Delta Up- 
silon Chapter House (illustrated), p. 206. / Rutgers' 40th Anniversary, p. 215./ 
Delta U. at Northfield, p. 216. / Delta Upsilon Songs, p. 218. / Among the Ex- 
changes, p. 234. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 236. / Chapter Letters, p. 239. / News 
of the Alumni, p. 249. There are, including the cover, 63 reading pages and 7 
of advertising. 

VOLUME XVII 

Volume XVII has a cover similar to volume XV. Editor: Thornton B. 
Penfield. 

I 

December i, 1898. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory., 
Alumni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / The Signs of the 
Times, p. i./ Dinah's Reflections, p. 8. / The Fraternity's Men, p. 9. / Autumn 
Leaves (poem), p. 12. / Delta Upsilon Notes, p. 12. / Impressions of the Con- 
vention, p. 13. /The Banquet, p. 17. / McGill University, p. 21. / Acharites, p. 
20. / The Installation of the McGill Chapter, p. 23. / A Well-Rounded Delega- 
tion, p. 26. / When Greek Meets Greek, p. 27. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 28. / 
Among the Exchanges, p. 32. / Morning (poem), p. 36. / Gossip of the Greeks, 
p. 27- / Delta Upsilon Songs, p. 40. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 41. / 
News of Our Alumni, p. 57. There are, including the cover, 63 reading pages 
and 8 pages of advertising. 

II 

March i, 1899. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory./ 
Alumni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / Winter Sunset 
(poem), p. 65. / Our Chapter Finances, p. 67. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 80. / 
The Fraternity's Men, p. 83. / The Installation of the Nebraska Chapter, p. 90. 
University of Nebraska and Delta Upsilon's New Chapter, p. 92. / The New 
York Dinner, p. 94. / The Chicago Dinner, p. 95. / The Delta Upsiluu Club of 



FRATERNITY BIBLIOGRAPHY SINCE 1S91. 61 

Philadelphia, p. 96. / A Veterans' Reunion, p. 97. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 98. 
/ Announcement, p. loi. / Among the Exchanges, p. 102. / Chapter News and 
College Items, p. 105. / A Song of the Delta Upsilon (poem), p. 114. / News 
of Our Alumni, p. 115. There are, including the cover, 63 reading pages and 9 
of advertising. 

Ill 

June I, 1899. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / Alum- 
ni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / Song Praise, p. 127. / The 
Fraternity's Men, p. 128. / Delta Upsilon Happenings, p. 132. / A Fraternal 
Trip, p. 132. / Utah Delta Upsilon Club, p. 134. / California-Stanford Reunion, 
p. 134. / Harvard Delta Upsilon Play, p. 135. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 136. / 
Gossip of the Greeks, p. 140. / A Fraternity Song, p. 143. / Among the Ex- 
changes, p. 144. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 146. / News of Our 
Alumni, p. 154. There are, including the cover, 33 reading pages and 8 of 
advertising. 

IV 

October i, 1899. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory./ 
Alumni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. ./ To Delta U., p. 161. 
/I he Fraternity's Men, p. 162. / Literary Notes, p. 165. /In the Editorial Cor- 
ner, p. iDO. / The Coming Middlebury Centennial, p. 168. / Who Owns this 
Pin? p. 168. / The Sixty-fifth Convention and the Michigan Chapter, p. 169./ 
Chapter News and College Items, p. 172. / News of Our Alumni, p. 182. / Fra- 
ternity Songs, p. 188. There are, including the cover, 46 reading pages and 8 
of advertising. 

VOLUME XVIII 

Volume XVIII has a cover similar to Volume XV, and white in color. 
Editor: Thornton B. Penfield. 

I 

December i, 1899. Contents : Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / 
Alumni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / One of these days, p. 
I. /The LXV Convention, p. 2. / Extra Convention Proceedings, p. 6. / Im- 
pressions of the Convention, p. 7. / Impressions of the Banquet, p. 10. / Delta 
Upsilon Items, p. 12. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 13. / The Delta Upsilon Club 
of New York, p. 17. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 19. / News of Our 
Alumni, p. 35. There are, including the cover, 42 reading pages and 7 of adver- 
tising. 

II 

Alarch i, 1900. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory./ 
Alumni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / Installation Song, p. 
43. / Middlebury's Centennial, p. 44. / The Middlebury Chapter, p. 47. / The 
Undergraduate's Chapter, p. 50. / Delta U. News Items, p. 52, 56, 74. / Initia- 
tion of the Toronto Chapter, p. 53. / The Fraternity's Men, p. 57. / A Note- 
worthy Pastorate, p. 65. / Climbing Mount Shasta, p. 67. / Alumni Notes, p. 75. 



62 DELTA UPSII.ON DECENNIAL. 

/ In the Editorial Corner, p. -]•]. / Among the Exchanges, p. 79. / Chapter News 
and College Items, p. 84. / News of Our Alumni, p. 94. There are, including 
the cover, 59 reading pages and 7 of advertising. 

Ill 

June I, 1900. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / Alum- 
ni Qub Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / Reunion Songs, p. 105. / 
Albany Alumni Club, p. 107. / An Alumni Club for the Pacific Coast, p. 108. / 
Knighthood (poem), p. 109. / The Helpful Influence of Fraternities, p. no./ 
Memorial Resolutions, p. 114. /In the Editorial Corner, p. 116. / Registered 
Students in Delta Upsilon Colleges, p. 118. /Recent Clippings About Delta 
Upsilon College Presidents, p. 118. /'Neath our Old Fraternal Banner, p. 119./ 
Among the Exchanges, p. 120. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 125. / 
News of Our Alumni, p. 140. There are, including the cover, 44 reading pages 
and 7 of advertising. 

IV 

October i, 1900. Contents : Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / 
Alumni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / Mythology to Order, 
p. 153. / Ho for Convention, p. 155. / The Fraternity's Men, p. 156. / Marietta 
Delta Upsilon Club, p. 168. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 169. / Among the Ex- 
changes, p. 171. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 175. / News of Our 
Alumni, p. 184. There are, including the cover, 39 reading pages and 6 of 
advertising. 

VOLUME XIX 

Volume XIX has a white cover, printed in Blue and Gold, with the same 
design as Volume XV. 

Editor-in-Chief: Thornton B. Penfield ; Business Manager and Ahiinni 
Editor: Goldwin Goldsmith. 

I 

December i, 1900. Contents : Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. , 
Alumni Club Directory. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. / The New President 
of Delta upsilon, p. i./ Executive Council Meeting, p. 2. / The Annual, p. 2./ 
Business Sessions of the Convention, p. 3. / Banquet, p. 5. / Impressions of the 
Convention, p. 7. / Visitors and Delegates to the Convention, p. 8. / The Toilers, 
p. 10. / Convention Literary Exercises, p. 10. / Chapter Discipline, p. 11. /New 
England Club Banquet, p. 12. / Editorial Corner, p. 13. / The Quarterly Fi- 
nances, p. 16. / Plans for the Decennial, p. 18. / The Convention Oration, p. 20. 
/ History of Delta Upsilon, p. 23. / Convention Ode, p. 29. / A, Trip to the 
Yosemite Valley, p. 23- / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 37. / The East Greets the 
West, p. 40. / News of Our Alumni, p. 41. / Chapter News and College Items, 
There are, including the cover, 66 reading pages and 7 of advertising. 



FRATERNITY BIBLIOGRAPHY SINCE 1891. 63 

II 

March i, 1901. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory./ Alum- 
ni Club Directory. / The Iron Key, p. 67. / The Chicago Initiation, p. 69. / The 
Installation of the Chicago Chapter, p. 72>- / At the Chicago Initiation, The Vis- 
itors' List, p. 72. / Chicago University, p. 74. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 81. / 
From the Editor of the Decennial, p. 78. / D. U. at the Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, p. 90. / The Rochester Memorial to David Hays, p. 85. / Gossip of the 
Greeks, p. 91. / The Delta Upsilon Banquet in New York City, p. 98. / Forma- 
tion of the California Delta Upsilon Club, p. 99. / With the Delta Upsilon Club 
of New York, p. 105. / Banquet of the Albany Club of Delta Upsilon, p. loi. / 
Banquet of the Delta Upsilon Club of Philadelphia, p. 98. / Banquet of the New 
England Delta Upsilon Club, p. 97. / Among the Exchanges, p. 107. / The Delta 
U. Girl, p. 98. / Planning for the 66th Convention, p. 79. / Brown Convention 
Committees, p. 80. / News of Our Alumni, p. 119. / With the Writers, p. 114. / 
Chapter News and College Items, p. 129. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. There 
are, including the cover, Tj reading pages and 8 of advertising. 

Ill 

June I, 1901. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory. / Alum- 
ni Club Directory. / Williams Travers Jerome, Amherst '82, p. 145. / Witten 
Booth Russ, Pennsylvania '98, p. 146. / The Fraternity Ideal, p. 147. / The In- 
fluence of Fraternity Life, p. 149. / Alumni Association of Lafayette Chapter, 
p. 150. / In the Editorial Corner, p. 151. / Delta Upsilon at the Pan-American, 
P- 153- / William Elliot Griffis, Rutgers '69, p. 154. / The Alumni Secretary, p. 
155. /The Alumni Registrar, p. 156. /The Chapter Historian, p. 157. / The 
Literary Committee, p. 159. / Harry A. Haring, Adelbert '98, p. 160. / The 
Sixty-seventh Convention, p. 160. / Gossip of the Greeks, p. 161. / The Alumni 
Associations, p. 162. / The Philadelphia Banquet, p. 163. / The New England 
Club Banquet, p. 163. / The Annual Banquet in New York City, p. 164. / Delta 
Upsilon in Literature, p. 166. / Spring Meeting of the D. U. Club of N. Y., p. 
168. / Among the Exchanges, p. 169. / Obituaries, George W. Northrup, Will- 
iams '54, p. 174. / Robert B. Snowden, Williams '54, p. 175. / Edwin P. Good- 
win, Amherst '56, p. 175. /John T. Mahl, New York '90. p. 176. / Oscar J. Co- 
hen, Columbia '86, p. 176. / Raymond L. Coffin, Wesleyan and Cornell '96, p. 
176. / With the Writers, p. 185. / News of Our Alumni, p. 177. / Chapter News 
and College Items, p. 187. / Delta Upsilon Law Directory. There are, including 
the cover, 57 reading pages and 8 of advertising. 

IV 

October i, 1901. Contents: Fraternity Directory. / Chapter Directory./ 
Alumni Club Directory. / The Executive Council : George F. Andrews, Brown 
'90, p. 203. / Ellis J. Thomas, Williams '88, p. 203. / Samuel S. Hall, Harvard 
'88, p. 204. / Thornton B. Penfield, Cohimbia '90, p. 205. / Edgar S. Bloom, 
Pennsylvania '95, p. 207. / Thomas R. Weymouth, Technology '07. p. 207. / 



64 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Banquet of the Buffalo Delta Upsilon Club, p. 208. / Colgate Alumni Banquet, 
p. 209. / The Delta Upsilon Club of New York, p. 210. / A Dream of Greek 
Letters, p. 211. /Lieut. John F. O'Ryan, Nezv York '00, p. 214. / In the Ed- 
itorial Corner, p. 215./ The Sixty-seventh convention, p. 217. /The Conven- 
tion Committee, p. 217. / The Historian — and a Scrap-Book, p. 218. / Frater- 
nity Examinations, p. 218. / The Secretary — and the Minutes, p. 225. / The 
Chapter Librarian, p. 225. / Delta Upsilon at Northfield, n. 226. / Mountaineer- 
ing with the Mazamas, p. 227. / The Fraternity's Men, p. 231. / Charles G. 
Dawes, Marietta '84, p. 232. / E. J. Kylie, Toronto '01, p. 233. / Obituaries : 
George W. Newcomb, Hamilton '49, p. 234. / Joseph McMaster, Rochester '60, 
p. 234. / News of Our Alumni : Vital Statistics, p. 235. / News Items, p. 236. / 
With the Writers, p. 242. / Chapter News and College Items, p. 243. / Delta 
Upsilon Law Directory. There are, including the cover, 60 reading pages and 
6 of advertisements. 



EDITORS OF DELTA UPSILON QUARTERLY 



EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 

Alexander D. Noyes, Amherst '83, '82-3. 
Rossiter Johnson, Rochester '63, '83-5. 
Frederick M. Crossett, New York '84, '85-92. 
Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, '92-6. 
Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90, '96-01. 
Goldwin Goldsmith, Columbia '96, '01 — . 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

George B. Foster, Amherst '83, '82-3. 

Calvin M. Clark, Amherst '84, 82-3. 

Frank C. Peabody, Amherst '83, '82-3. 

Alonzo M. Murphy, Amherst '87, '82-3. 

Henry R. Waite, Hamilton '68, '83-4. 

John D. Blake, New York '84, '83-4. 

Frederick M. Crossett, Nezv York '84, 83-5. 

Alexander D. Noyes, Amherst '83, '83-6. 

George A. Minasian, New York '85, '84-5. 

Edward M. Bassett, Amherst '84, 84-6. 

Hamilton L. Marshall, Columbia '86, '86. 

Starr J. Murphy, Amherst '81, '86-7. 

Robert J. Eidlitz, Cornell '83, '86-7, '89-96. 

Henry W. Brush, Columbia '89, '86-7. 

Charles S. Eytinge, Columbia '87, '87. 

Asa Wynkoop, Rutgers 87, '87. 

Albert W. Ferris, New York '78, '87-9, '91-2. 

Harry C. Wood, Harvard '83, '88. 

Samuel M. Brickner, Rochester '88, '88-90. 

Wilson L. Fairbanks, Tufts '87, '89-90, ex-officio, '92. 

Samuel S. Hall, Harvard '88, '89-90. 

Ellis J. Thomas, Williams '88, 'go. 

John E. Massee, Hamilton '73, '90-6. 

William J. Warburton, Columbia '90, '91-2. 

Thornton B. Penfield, Columbia '90, '91-2, '94-6. 

Robert M. Lovett, Harvard '92, '92-6. 



56 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

George P. Morris, Rutgers '88, '92-6. 
Ellis R. Woodruff, Rutgers '92, '93-5- 
John L. Carver, Swarthmore '93, '93-6- 
Will W. Jackson, Columbia '92, '95-6. 

ASSISTANT EDITORS 

Hubert C Wyckoff, California '96, '96-7. 
Joseph B. Crandall, Colgate '96, '98-9- 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
Goldwin Goldsmith, Columbia, 'g6, 'oo-i. 



GRADUATE ASSOCIATIONS 



DELTA UPSILON CLUB OF NEW YORK 
Founded, 1S67 ; Incorporated, 1887 

President. — Rossiter Johnson, Rochester '63. 

Vice-President. — T. R. Weymouth, Technology gy. 

Secretary. — Will Walter Jackson, Columbia '92. 

Treasurer. — Edgar S. Bloom, Pennsylvania '95. 

Historian. — F. G. Bannister, Syracuse '88. 

Executive Committee. — Dr. A. W. Ferris, Nczv York '78; F. S. Benedict, 
Cornell '85; Goldwin Goldsmith, Columbia '96; H. B. Mingle, Pennsylvania 
'99; J. B. Richardson, Williams '00. 

CHICAGO DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 8 June, 1883 

President. — Wm. A. Burch, Northwestern '90. 

Vice-President. — Payson S. Wild, Williams '91. 

Secretary and Treasurer. — James M. Gilchrist, Cornell '00. 

Executive Committee. — Clarence N. Goodwin, Syracuse '94; A. W. Smal- 
ley, Michigan '98; Harry L. Walker, Technology, '00; John Mills, Chicago, 'oi ; 
Earl C. Anderson, Northwestern '04. 

NEW ENGLAND DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 22 February, 1884 

President. — Dr. Daniel H. Fuller, Brown '86. 

Vice-President. — Alfred E. Zapf, Technology '95. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents. — Dr. William H. P. Faunce, Brown '80; Hon. 
Llewellyn Powers, Colby '61; Professor Frank Vogel, Flarvard '87; Stephen 
Greene, Brotvn '73. 

Recording Secretary. — M. S. Getchell, Colby '93. 

Assistant Secretary. — F. D. Warner, Wisconsin '96. 

Treasurer. — Guy H. Holliday, Harvard '89. 

Assistant Treasurer. — Francis Conant, Amherst '00. 

Directors. — A. P. Soule, Colby '79; George F. Andrews, Brown '92; A. H. 
Shearer, Rutgers '99; C. F. C. Arensberg, Harvard '01; A. F. Sweet, Tufts '97. 



68 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

ROCHESTER DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 1884; Incorporated, 23 March, i88g 

President. — Herbert W. Bramley, Rochester 'po. 

Secretary Treasurer.— EWiot M. Hague, Rochester '93. 

Trustees. — Jesse B. Warren, 'gs; J. S. Briggs, '90; Charles D. Blackman, 
'93; Louis Miller, '80; Frank E. De Gelleke, '02; Fred P. Salisbury, '02; 
Charles W. Henn, '03. 

MINNESOTA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
Founded, 1884 

President. — Winthrop B. Chamberlain, Michigan '84. 
Secretary. — Frank W. Leavitt, Minnesota '94. 

HARVARD GRADUATE CLUB 
Founded, 1889 

President. — Alfred Samuel Hayes, Harvard '91. 

Vice-Presidents. — Albert A. Gleason, '86; Clarence A. Bunker, '89; Rob- 
ert L. Hoguet '99; William M. Chadbourne, 00. 
Secretary -Treasurer. — Clarence A. Bunker, '89. 

BUFFALO DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 20 October, 1890 

President. — Dr. A. L. Benedict, Michigan '87. 
Vice-President. — Edward H. Brush, Columbia '87. 
Secretary. — Thomas H. Noonan, Middlcbury '91. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF LAFAYETTE CHAPTER 
Founded, 1891 

President. — David L. Glover, Lafayette '90. 
Vice-President. — G. H. IMeeker, '94. 
Secretary-Treasurer. — John G. Conner, '87. 

Advisory Committee.- — The officers and F. ]\L Scheibley. '98; A. B. Wollize, 
'99; J. M. Rowe, '00. 

INDIANAPOLIS DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 1S93 

President. — Melvin E. Crowell, Rochester '79. 
Secretary. — Howard M. Briceland, De Pauzv '91. 

PENINSULAR DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 1894 

President. — William H. Turner, Michigan '08. 
Vice-President. — Homer E. Safford, Michigan '92. 
Secretary-Treasurer. — Hobart B. Hoyt, Michigan '96. 



GRADUATE ASSOCIATIONS. 69 

COLUMBUS (OHIO) DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 1897 

SWARTHMORE DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Incorporated, 11 December, i8g7 

President. — T. Atkinson Jenkins, Swarthmore '87. 
Secretary. — Charles T. Brown, Swarthmore '98. 
Treasurer. — Arthur H. Scott, Swarthmore '95. 
Editor. — Howard C. Johnson, Sivarthmore '96. 
Manager. — Owen Moon, Jr., Swarthmore '94. 

DULUTH-SUPERIOR DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 1S98 

President. — Phil H. Perkins, Cornell '73. 

Vice-Presidents.— T. H. Hawks, Marietta '82; A. H. Scott, Hamilton '87. 

Secretary-Treasurer. — John R. McGiflfert, JVilliams '90. 

Executive Committee. — The officers and Ray Ober, Minnesota '02. 

UTAH DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, 1898 

President. — Professor George M. Marshall, Cornell '87. 
Vice-President. — W. L Brown, Middlebury '76. 
Treasurer. — George F. Sprague, Union '84. 
Secretary. — Ledyard M. Bailey, Adelbert '84. 

DELTA UPSILON CLUB OF PHILADELPHIA 
Founded, 13 January, 1898 

President. — Herman V. Ames, Amherst '88. 
Vice-President. — Howard C. Johnson, Swarthmore '96. 
Secretary-Treasurer. — John C. Hinckley, Pennsylvania '96. 

DELTA UPSILON CLUB OF MAINE 
Founded, 1899 

President. — Charles E. Merritt, Boivdoin '94. 

Vice-Presidents. — Holman F. Day, Colby '87; Chester H. Sturtevant, Colby 
92. 

Secretary-Treasurer. — George C. Webber, Bowdoin '95. 

Executive Committee. — The officers and S. S. Workman, Colby '02; Fred 
H. Dorman, Bowdoin '02. 

ALBANY CLUB OF DELTA UPSILON 
Founded, 17 February, 1900 

President. — Frank H. Wood, Syracuse '84. 
Vice-President. — R. J. Landon, Union '80. 
Secretary-Treasurer. — J. B. Creighton, Colgate '97. 



70 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

MARIETTA DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, i6 June, igoo 

President. — Charles A. Ward, Marietta '90. 
Vice-President. — James S. Derol, Marietta '91. 
Secretary-Treasurer. — Henry M. Dawes, Marietta '96. 

CALIFORNIA DELTA UPSILON CLUB 
Founded, November, 1900 

President. — David Starr Jordan, Cornell '72. 
Vice-President. — John G. Howell, Jr., California '96. 
Secretary. — T. Sidney Elston, California '99. 
Treasurer. — Willard T. Young, Stanford '99. 

DELTA UPSILON CLUB, PHILIPPINES 
Organized on hoard the "Thomas," 23 July, 1901 

President. — Ray Howell, California '00. 
Vice-President. — T. W. Gilkyson, Szvarthmore '01. 
Secretary-Treasurer. — E. R. Hay, Rochester '00. 

Executive Committee. — F. J. Bailey, Middlebury '01; F. D. Sawyer, Colby 
'00; H. H. Kenagy, Nebraska '01. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



acad. 


academy 


auth. 


author 


adjt. 


adjutant 


av. 


avenue 


adm. 


admitted 






admin. 


administrator 


b. 


born 


adv. 


advisory 


Bait. 


Baltimore 


Afr. 


Africa 


Bap. 


Baptist 


agr. 


agriculture, agricultural 


bat. 


battery 


Ala. 


Alabama 


bd. 


board 


Alas. 


Alaska 


Bib. 


Biblical 


Alb. 


Albert, Albany 


biog. 


biography 


Alex. 


Alexander 


biol. 


biology 


Alf. 


Alfred 


bks. 


barracks 


alt. 


alternate 


bldg. 


building 


alum. 


alumni 


bot. 


botany 


Am. 


America (n) 


boul. 


boulevard 


anal. 


analysis, analytical 


bro. 


brother 


anat. 


anatomy 


bur. 


bureau 


And. 


Andrew, Andover 


bus. 


business 


ann. 


annual 






appt. 


appointment 


Cal. 


California 


Apr. 


April 


cap. 


captain 


arch. 


architect 


Cath. 


Catherine 


archeol. 


archeological 


cav. 


cavalry 


Ariz. 


Arizona 


cent. 


century, central 


As. 


Asia 


cham. 


chamber 


Ark. 


Arkansas 


chap. 


chapter, chaplain 


artil. 


artillery 


Chas. 


Charles 


assem. 


assembly 


Chris. 


Christian 


assn. 


association 


Cincin. 


Cincinnati 


asso. 


associate 


circ. 


circuit 


asst. 


assistant 


civ. 


civil 


ath. 


athletic 


clas. 


classical 


atty. 


attorney 


CO. 


county, company 


Aub. 


Auburn 


Col. 


Colorado 


Aug. 


August 


col. 


college 



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DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



coll. collector 

\ committee, commission, 

com. ] 

( common 

commenc. commencement 

comp. compiler 

compo. composition 

comr. commissioner 

comsd. commissioned 

Cong. Congregational, Congress 

conserv. conservatory 

const. constitution 

constr. construction 

contr, contracting, contracts 

conv. convention 

Cor. Cornelius, Cornelia 

cor. corresponding 

cor. sec. corresponding secretary 

corresp. correspondent 

Croz. Crozier 

Ct. Connecticut 

ct. court 

cyclo. cyclopedia 

Dak. Dakota 

Danl. Daniel 

deb. debate 
Dec. December 

dec. declamation 
Del. Delaware 
Dem. Democrat 
demonstr. demonstrator 
dent. dentist 

dep. deputy 

dept. department 

direct. director 

disch. discharged 

disp. dispensory 

diss. dissertation 

div. division 

dram. dramatic 

E. East 

ea. each 

Eben. Ebenezer 

econ. economic 



ed. 


editor 


Edm. 


Edmund 


educ. 


education 


elec. 


electrical 


elect. 


electoral 


Eliz. 


Elizabeth 


elocu. 


elocution 


encyc. 


encyclopaedia 


eng. 


engineer 


ent. 


entered 


Eph. 


Ephraim 


Epis. 


Episcopal 


est. 


estate 


Eur. 


Europe 


evang. 


evangelist 


exam. 


examiner, examination 


exeg. 


exegesis 


exp. 


exporter 


extem. 


extemporary 


Ezek. 


Ezekiel 


Feb. 


February 


fem. 


female 


fin. sec. 


financial secretary 


for. 


foreign 


Fred. 


Frederick 


gen. 


general 


Geo. 


George 


geog. 


geographical 


govt. 


government 


grad. 


graduate 


gram. 


grammar 


h. s. 


high school 


h. of reps. 


house of representatives 


homeo. 


homeopathic 


homeop. 


homeopathy 


la. 


Iowa 


Ida. 


Idaho 


111. 


Illinois 


imp. 


importer 


Ind. 


Indiana 


indust. 


industrial 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



73 



ins. 


insurance 


inspect. 


inspector 


inst. 


institute 


instr. 


instructor 


intercol. 


intercollegiate 


internal. 


international 


introd. 


introduction 


inv. 


inventor 


Ire. 


Ireland 


Jan. 


January 


Jer. 


Jeremiah 


Jos. 


Joseph 


jour. 


journal 


jr- 


junior 


jud. 


judiciary 


Jul. 


July 


Jun. 


June 


jus. p. 


justice of peace 



Kan. 



Kansas 



lang. 


language 


law. 


lawyer 


lect. 


lecture, lecturer 


legis. 


legislature 


lib. 


library, librarian 


lit. 


literary 


Luth. 


Lutheran 


mag. 


magazine 


man. 


manual 


Mar. 


March 


Marg. 


Margaret 


Mass. 


Massachusetts 


mech. 


mechanical 


med. 


medical 


mem. 


member 


merch. 


merchant 


metaphys. 


metaphysical 


Meth. 


Methodist 


mfr. 


manufacturer 


mfg. 


manufacturing 


mgr. 


manager 


Mich. 


Michigan 



milit. 


military 


min. 


mining 


mineral. 


mineralogy 


Minn. 


Minnesota 


Mo. 


Missouri 


misc. 


miscellaneous 


Miss. 


Mississippi 


miss. 


missionary 


mo. 


monthly 


morphol. 


morphology 


mus. 


musical 


N. 


North 


nat. 


national 


Nath. 


Nathaniel 


N. B. 


New Brunswick 


Neb. 


Nebraska 


Neh. 


Nehemiah 


Nev. 


Nevada 


N. M. 


New Mexico 


norm. 


normal 


Nov. 


November 


N. P. 


Notary Public 


0. 


Ohio 


observ. 


observatory 


occ. 


occasional 


Oct. 


October 


Ont. 


Ontario 


Or. 


Oregon 


orat. 


orator, oration 


ord. 


ordained 


ornith. 
0. T. 


^ ornithological, ornith- 
( ology 
Old Testament 


Pa. 


Pennsylvania 


Pac. 


Pacific 


paleog. 
pam. 


paleography 
pamphlet 


pas. 
pathol. 


pastor 
pathology 


phar. 
pharm. 


pharmacy 
pharmaceutical 


philos. 


{ philosophical, philoso- 
( phy 



74 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



Phila. 


Philadelphia 


Sep. 


September 


philol. 


philological 


serg. 


sergeant 


phys. 


physician 


sr. 


senior 


physiol. 


physiology 


S. S. 


Sunday School 


pol. econ. 


political economy 


s. s. 


stated supply 


poly. 


polytechnic 


St. 


street 


prep. 


prepared 


sts. 


streets 


prep. sch. 


preparatory school 


stu. 


student 


pres. 


president 


sup. ct. 


supreme court 


Presb. 


Presbyterian 


supt. 


superintendent 


Presby. 


Presbytery 


surg. 


surgeon 


prin. 


principal 


surv. 


surveyor 


Princ. 


Princeton 










tea. 


teacher 


priv. 
proc. 


private 






proceedings 


teleg. 


telegraph, telegram 






temp. 


temperance 


pros. 


prosecuting 


Prov. 


Providence 


Tenn. 


Tennessee 










Theo. 


Theodore 


pt. 


point 


theol. 


theological 


Q. M. 
quar. 


Quarter Master 


Thos. 


Thomas 


quarterly 


tp. 
trans. 


township 
\ transferred, translated 
1 transactions 


rec. 


record 








treas. 


treasurer 


rec. sec. 


recording secretary 






rect. 


rector 


un. sch. 


union school 


reg. 


regiment 


Unit. Presb. United Presbyterian 


rep. 


reporter, representative 


univ. 


university 


Repub. 


Republican 






res. 


residence 


valedic. 


valedictorian 


Robt. 


Robert 


Venez. 


Venezuela 


Roch. 


Rochester 


vis. 


visiting 


ry- 


railway, railroad 


v.-pres. 


vice-president 


S. 


South 


W. 


West 


salut. 


salutatorian 


-w. c. 


without charge 


Saml. 


Samuel 


Wm. 


William 


sch. 


school 


W. Va. 


West Virginia 


sen. 


senate 


Wyo. 


Wyoming 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 



Abingdon sch., Montreal, Que. 
Adams acad., Quincy, Mass. 
Add-Ran univ., Waco, Tex. 
Adelphi acad., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Allen acad., Chicago, 111. 
Allen home sch., Northboro, Mass. 
Ashbury house sch., Ottawa, Ont. 
Baldwin univ., Berea, la. 
Berkeley div. sch., Middletown, Ct. 
Berkeley sch., Boston, Mass. 
Bishops' col. sch., Lenoxville, Que. 
Bishop Ridley col., St. Catharine, Ont. 
Blackburn univ., Carlinville, 111. 
Bridgeman's acad., Cleveland, O. 
Bromfield-Pearson sch., Tufts college, 

Mass. 
Brooks acad., Cleveland, O. 
Browne & Nichols sch., Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Carleton col. acad., Northfield, Minn. 
Cascadilla sch., Ithaca, N. Y. 
Center col., Danville, Ky. 
Centenary col. inst., Hackettstown, N. J. 
Chamberlain inst., Rudolph, N. Y. 
Chauncy Hall sch., Boston, Mass. 
Christian Brothers acad., Albany, N. Y. 
Clinton lib. inst.. Ft. Plain, N. Y. 
Cobb div. sch., Lewiston, Me. 
Coburn clas. inst., Waterville, Me. 
Collins St. clas. sch., Hartford, Ct. 
Columbia h. s.. S. Orange, N. J. 
Columbian acad., Washington, D. C 
Ct. lit. inst., Suffield, Ct. 
Cony h.s., Augusta, Me. 
Cook lead., Montour Falls, N. Y. 



Cotting h. s., Arlington, Mass. 
Crozier theol. sem., Chester, Pa. 
Cutler acad., Colorado Springs, Col. 
Cutler sch., Newton, Mass. 
Dean acad., Franklin, Mass. 
Deavor's col. inst., Dayton, O. 
Delaware acad., Delhi, N. Y. 
Delaware lit. inst., Franklin, N. Y. 
Doane acad., Granville, O. 
East Liberty acad., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Eaton inst., Kennett Square, Pa. 
Edick's prep, sch., Rochester, N. Y. 
Edw. Little h. s., Auburn, Me. 
Egbert h. s., Cohoes, N. Y. 
Eliock sch., Montreal, Que. 
Erasmus acad., Flatbush, N. Y. 
Fettes col., Edinburgh, Scot. 
Franklin acad., Plattsburg, N. Y. 
Franklin prep, sch., Cincinnati, O. 
Furman univ., Greenville, S. C. 
Genesee Wes. sem., Lima, N.- Y. 
Goddard sem., Barre, Vt. 
Grand River inst., Amsterdam, O. 
Gustavus Adolphus col., St. Peter, Minn. 
Hale's sch., Boston, Mass. 
Hale's sem., Rochester, N. Y. 
Hamilton theol. sem., Hamilton, N. Y. 
Hamline univ., St. Paul, Minn. 
Haverling un sch., Bath, N. Y. 
Highburg house sch., St. Leonard, Eng. 
Hill sch., Pottstown, Pa. 
Hopkinson's sch., Boston, Mass. 
Horton, acad., Wolfville, N. S. 
Hughe.<: h. s., Cincinnati, O 
Hungerford col. inst., Adams, N. Y. 



76 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



Hyde Park h. s., Chicago, 111. 
Ives sem., Antwerp, N. Y. 
Jeff. med. col., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Jeff. CO. inst., Watertown, N. Y. 
Kinne's sch., Ithaca, N. Y. 
Knox col., Toronto, Ont 
Lapham inst., N. Scituate, R. I. 
Lawrence acad., Groton, Mass. 
Leal's sch., Plainfield, N. J. 
Lesley inst., Wheeling, W. V. 
Locke's priv. sch., W. Durham, ALass. 
Lj-^on's h. s., Lagrange, 111. 
Middlebury acad., Wyoming, N. Y. 
Miles milit. acad., Brattleboro, Vt. 
Mission inst.,. Quincy, 111. 
Morse sch., New York, N. Y. 
Mt. Allison col, Sackville, N. B. 
Mt. Pleasant inst., Amherst, Mass. 
Muskingum col., New Concord, O. 
Mynderse acad., Seneca Falls, N. Y. 
N. H. conf. sem., Tilton, N. H. 
Northwestern O. norm, sch., Canfield, O. 
Ogden col.. Bowling Green, Ky. 
Parkdale col., inst., Toronto, Ont. 
Park inst., Rye, N. Y. 
Peddie inst., Hightown, N. J. 
Pillsbury acad., Owatonna, Minn. 
Powers inst., acad., Zanesville, O. 
Putnam sch., Newburyport, Mass. 
Rayen sch., Youngstown, O. 
Ricker clas. inst., Houlton, Me. 
Rittenhouse acad., Washington, D. C. 
Riverview acad., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Robbins sch., Norfolk, Ct. 
Robert col., Constantinople, Turkey. 
Rose poly, inst., Terre Haute, Ind. 
Royal col. sch.. Island of Alauritius, 

R. I. 
Sach's sch.. New York, N. Y. 
St. Ignatius col., Chicago, 111. 



St. John's col, Little Rock, Ark. 
St. John's milit. acad., Manlius, N. Y. 
St. John's sch.. Sing Sing, N. Y. 
St. Paul's sch., Concord, N. H. 
Sedgwick inst.. Great Barrington, Mass. 
Seymour Smith acad., Ft. Plain, N. Y. 
Shadyside acad., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Shurtleff col.. Upper Alton, 111. 
Smith acad., St. Louis, Mo. 
Starkey sem., Eddytown, N. Y. , 
Stephens sch., Hoboken, N J. 
Stephen's sem., Glencoe, Minn. 
Susquehanna col. inst., Towanda, Pa. 
Tabor acad., Manon, Mass. 
Talley sem., Fulton, N. Y. 
Texas milit. inst., Austin, Tex. 
Thayer acad., Braintree, Masi. 
Thornton acad., Caco, Me. 
Troy conf. acad., Poultney, Vc. 
Ulrich's prep, sch., Bethleham, Pa. 
Union clas. inst., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Union theol. sem.. New York, N. Y. 
Upper Canada col., Toronto, Out 
Vermont acad., Saxton's River, Vt. 
Walkill acad., Middletown, N. Y. 
Washburn col. prep, sch., Topeka, Kan. 
Washington acad., Cambridge, N. Y. 
Washington Hall sch., Frappe, Pa. 
Watford sch., Kertfordshire, Eng. 
Wayland univ., Beaver Dam, Wis., 
Wesleyan acad., Wilbraham, Mass. 
Westbrook sem., Deering Me., 
West. Res. acad., Hudson, O. 
Whitestown sem., Whitesboro, N. Y. 
William Penn charter sch., Philadel- 

phila. Pa. 
Williston sem., Easthamton, Mass. 
Wyoming sem., Kingston, Pa. 
Yates poly, inst., Chittenango, N. Y. 



TABLES OF RELATIONSHIP 



ABBREVIATIONS. — A., Amiicrst ; Ad., Adelbert ; Bd., Boivdoin; Br., Brown; Ca., Cali- 
fornia; Cg., Colgate; Ch., Chicago; Cn., Cornell; Co., Columbia; Cy., Colby; DP., De- 
fauv.-; H., Hamilton: Hon., Honorary; Hv., Harvard; Le., Lehigh; Lf., Lafayette; Man., 
Manhattan; Mar., Marietta; Mch., Michigan; MG. , McGill; Mi., Miami; Min., Minnesota; 
My., Middlebury; Neh., Nebraska; 'Sw., Northwest em; NY., New York; Ph., Pennsylvania; 
R., Rochester; Ru., Rutgers; S., 53'racM.re; St., Stanford; Svv., Szvarthmore; Tec, Technol- 
ogy; To., Toronto; Tr., Trinity; Tu., Tufts; U., Union; W., IVilliams; Wes., (V<?j/e>'an ; 
Wis., Wisconsin; WJ., Washington and Jefferson. 

GRANDFATHER AND GRANDSONS 



Ft 


;ri.f. 




PMfnawi. 




Isaac 
Richard 
Albert W. 
James D. 




XY Hon 

NY 74 
NY 78 
NY 79 


Douglas 
Douglas 
Louis R. 


Mar lion 
Mar 81 

Mar 85 



GRANDFATHER AND GRANDSON 

Hoy;. 



Philo W 36 

Robt. B. Dunlevy Wis 93 

Hawks. 

Theron H. W 44 

Theron S. Mitchell Mar 04 



Zerah T. U 40 

Arthur H. Scott S\v 95 

Nelson. 

Henry A. H Hon 

Henry X. Bullard .\ 96 



FATHER AND FOUR SONS 
Scovel. 



D wight 


H54 


Louis A. 


H 84 


Carl W. 


H 88 


Arthur D. 


H 96 


Chester P. 


H03 



FATHER AND THREE SONS 



Allen. 




De Witt. 




Porter. 




Ira W. 
Ira W. 
Hamilton F. 
Philip S. 


H50 
W84 
\V 88 
W91 


Richard 
Elmore 
John T. 
Henry R. 


Ru 60 
Ru 86 

Ru 89 
Ru 98 


John J. 

Jermain C. 
Henry A. 
Charles F. 


U43 
H73 
H78 
H84 


Congdon. 




Ostrander. 




Severance. 




Lafayette 
Fayette K. 
Randolph T. 
Edgar D. 


R67 

S 94 
S 00 
Soi 


Luther A. 
Leroy F. 
Alexander T. 
Robert P. 


H65 
H 94 
H96 
H99 


Milton L. 
Claud M. 
Wilbert N. 
Carlton S. 


My 59 
My 83 
My 8s 
My 89 



78 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



FATHER AND TWO SONS 



Bailey. 




Hawks. 




Thomas. 




George H. 
Henry L. 
Charles C. 


My 64 
My 86 
My 98 


Theron H. 
Winthrop B. 
Theron H. 


W44 
Mar 78 
Mar 82 


Edward C. 
James B. 
Philip C. 


Ru68 
Ru 92 
Ru 94 


Bates. 




Hazvley. 




Van .4rsdale. 




William H. 
George A. 
Henry O. 


H65 
R96 
H99 


Chester W. 
Edwin C. 
Ralph C. 


A 58 
A 01 
A 01 


Nathaniel H. 
Elias B. 
Russeh 


Ru 62 
Ru 90 
Ru 96 


Bill. 




Landon. 




Ward. 




Herbert W. 
Clarence P. 
Arthur H. 


Ad 69 
Ad 94 
Ad 97 


Judson S. 
Robert J. 
William P. 


UHon 
U80 
U86 


Henrv 
Harry B. 
Edward J. 


H62 
H96 
H02 


Child. 




Moore. 




Warriner. 




Frank S. 
Frank S. 
Arthur H. 


H7S 
H03 
H05 


Darius A. 
Frank W. 
William A. 


UHon 
U81 
U84 


Edward A. 
Samuel D. 
Paul C. 


U.S5 
A 88 
Le 94 


Congdon. 




Nelson. 




Weld. 




LaFayette 
LaFayette K. 
Randolph T. 


R67 
S94 
S 99 


Henry A. 
Edwin M. 
William S. 


H Hon 
H68 
A 81 


Benjamin M. 
Garfield M. 
Charles B. 


My 77 
My 03 
My 05 


Dike. 




Parsons. 




Wild. 




Samuel W. 
George P. 
Theodore W. 


W63 
W97 
W03 


Curtis B. 
Tames S. 
Lewis C. 


R62 

R96 

Br 01 


Edward P. 
Payson S. 
John D. 


Mv 60 
VV9r 
W95 


Furbeck. 




Peck. 




Wolfe. 




Philip 

George W. 
Howard R. 


US4 
U87 
U97 


George B. 
John B. 
William T. 


Br Hon 
Br 66 

Br 70 


Aaron R. 
Austin n. 
Arthur L. 


W44 
NY 87 
NY 89 


Gates. 




Prentiss. 




Wyckoff. 




Stephen P. 
Leslie F. 
Harry C. 


WJ 62 
Lf97 
Lf 00 


Charles E. 
Albert N. 
Charles W. 


My 64 

My 91 

. My 96 


Jacob S. 
William F. 
Charles S. 


Ru Hon 

Ru 77 
Ru88 


Greene. 




Proctor. 




WyckofF. 




Stephen 
Edwin F. 
Stephen H. 


Br 73 
Br 01 
Br 01 


Redfield 
Fletcher D. 
Redfield 


My Hon 

A 82 

Tec 02 


Marvin X. 
Jacob 
"William B. 


Ru 72 
Ruq8 
Ru 02 


Hageman. 




Russell. 








Andrew 
Drew W. 
James W. 


Ru 71 
Ru 97 
Ru 03 


William C. 
Howland 
Edward T. 


Cn Hon 
Cn 76 
Cn 79 






Harwood. 




Taylor. 








Charles E. 
Edward C. 
Paul H. 


W52 
St 95 
Co 03 


James M. 
Tames P. 
Henry W. 


Cg67 
Cg95 
Cgo3 







FATHER AND SON 



Adair. 




.4Uen. 




B nnbridge. 




Alexander 
Joseph A. 


U55 
H84 


Orson P. 
Herbert M. 


A ^2 

W88 


William F. 
William S. 


R62 
Co 93 


Adams. 




Bachus. 




Beardslee. 




Robert T. 
Charles R. 


W53 
Br 80 


Rufus AL 
Lester J. 


Cg79 
Cgo4 


John W. 
William A. 


Ru 60 
Ru 88 



Becker. 
Charles E. 
Frederick C. 



Benedict. 



Arthur J. 
William R. 



Best. 



Isaac O. 
Isaac L. 



Bestor. 

Orson P. 
Arthur E. 

Billings. 
Sanford W. 
Osmond J. 

Bird. 

John H. 

William N. D. 



Bowles. 



Ralph H. 
Ralph H. 



Branch. 



Oliver E. 
Oliver W. 



Cady. 



Martin E. 
Frank W. 



Chase. 



John M. 
Henry L. 



Clark. 



Anson 
Calvin M. 



Connett. 



John L. 
Dorman T. 



Cozad. 



Marcus E. 
Henry O. 



Dodge. 



TABLES OF RELATIONSHIP 
Dunklee. 



Will H. 
Harry B. 

Donaldson. 

John C. 
Chester 

Dowliitg. 

John 

George T. 

Dryer. 

Charles R. 
Reginald P. 



Cg67 
Cg94 



A 72 
A 05 



H67 
H99 



Br 72 
Choi 



A 59 
A 00 



U40 
Cn8o 



TrHon 
Tr73 



H73 
Hv 01 



My 69 
My 99 



Cn 72 
Cn 02 



W4S 
W84 



Ru 71 
Ru 02 



Ad 70 
Ad 99 



Ad 77 
NY 04 



Hs2 
H84 



CgHon 
Cg7:^ 



H 71 



Elanson 
Emry J. 



Elmore. 



Samuel E. 
Frank H. 



Evans. 



Enion C. 
Leo T. 



Faunce. 
Daniel W. 
William H. P. 

Fenner. 
Francis D. 
Leland G. 

Ferguson. 
Daniel A. 
William A. 

Ford. 
James W. 
James W. 

Fitrbeck. 
Peter R. 
George H. 

Gardner. 

Edward P. 
Edward H. • 

Gleason. 
John F. 
Edwin P. 

Greene. 
Charles W. 
Ryland W. 

Haskell. 
Henry C. 
Edward B. 



Hastings. 



Judson W. 
William T. 



Hathazvay. 



Seymour T. 
William L. 



Hosford. 



henry B. 
Henry H. 



Howe. 



George M. 
George A. 



Hoyt. 



Zerah T. 



Mch 03 i James T. 



Cg7l 
Cg 00 



WS7 
W91 



My 76 
My 04 



A so 
Br 80 



R61 
R84 



H71 
H04 



Cg73 
Min 01 



U54 
Uq2 



As8 
A 05 



A 58 
A 88 



Cy63 
Pa 92 



W59 
Mar 87 



Br 76 
Br 03 



Mar 69 
Mar 99 



W43 
Ad 80 



A 71 
A 99 



U40 

U74 



Jones, 



John H. 
Walter C. 

Jordan. 
David S. 
Harold B. 

Kellerman. 
William A. 
Karl F. 



Knapp. 



Lyman E. 
George E. 



Knight. 



Andrew J. 
John 



Leggett. 



William T. 
Paul 



Lent. 



Daniel E. 
Fred E. 



Harvey 
Earl G. 



Linsley. 



Luce. 



Nelson A. 
Fred A. 



Marsh. 



Forest A. 
Clyde E. 



Martin. 



Robert M. 
Robert G. 

Mason. 
Marcus C. 
Walter C. 

Maynard. 
William H. 
William L. 



Merrill. 



Cyrus H. 
Howland C. 



Merwin. 



Alexander M. 
William B. 



Miller. 



Robert D. 
John C. 



Miller. 



Levi D. 
Friend H. 



Ad 67 
Ad 01 



Cn 72 
St 04 



Cn 74 
Cn 00 



My 62 

My 88 



R60 
R93 



Ru 72 
Wot 



R59 
R84 



Br 70 
Cg04 



Cy 62 
Cy 91 



R69 
R92 



Br 73 
Br 04 



Cg 72 
Cg99 



HS4 
Cg9o 



Cg73 
Cg 90 



W63 
W98 



A 48 
My 82 



H62 
H9S 



80 



Miller. 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 
1 Pratt. 



Joseph E. 
Harry B. 



A 70 Hiram A. 
A 01 Frank K. 



Milliken. 



Peter H. 
Conrad O. 



Mills. 



George A. 
Charles E. 



Mills. 



Benjamin F. 
Thornton A. 



Mitchell. 



Oscar H. 
Theron S. 



Morey. 



Lewis H. 
Henry M. 



Norton. 



Stephen A. 
Paul W. 



Ru 76 
Ru 01 



Ru63 
Cg97 



H79 
Ca 03 



Mar 75 
Mar 04 



R 72 
Lf 04 



A 78 
A 05 



Prentice. 

Albert M. 
Ernest A. 



A 48 
Br 77 



Cg67 
Cg9« 



Proctor. 
Redheld My Hon 



O'Neill. 

James 
Ernest A. 

Oppie. 

John 

John O. McCall 

Page. 
William L. 
Jay S. 



Fletcher D. 

Putnam. 
Willard 

Bertrand F. 

Ranslow. 
Eugene J. 
George H. 

Reese. 

Charles A. 
Charles A. 

Richards. 
Zalmon 
George M. 



Richardson. 



Cn73 JohnP-,^ 
Wis 99 Royal P. 



Parker. 



Joel 

Duncan M. 



Partridge. 



Sylvester B. 
Earl A. 



Peck. 



William T. 
William B. 



Ru 74 
Ru CI 



Hs4 
R92 



H Hon 

H57 



My 61 
Cgo4 



Br 70 

Br 97 



Rogers. 



Homer 
Mark H. 



Sage. 



Volney A. 
George N. 

Sanford. 
Heman H. 
Alfred T. 



Scott. 



John H. 
Albert L. 



Peeke. 



Shaw. 



James 
Tames ]\L 



Sheldon. 



Alonzo P. 
Louis P. 



Ru 59 I Stewart 

Ru 97 Charles M. 



Peet. 



Lyman W. 
Edward H. 



Pendleton. 



William H. 
Cornelius W. 



Perkins. 



Judson O. 
Wilson N. 



My 61 
My 05 



Cg Hon 
Br 81 



Cg 72 
Cg 02 



Soule. 



Allen P. 
Harold W. 



Soule. 



Jonathan G. 
William L. 



A 82 



A 60 
Tu 92 



My 66 
My 01 



Br 75 
Br 02 



W36 
W04 



A 70 
A OS 



W62 
Woo 



R63 

Ros 



HHon 

Cg78 



R71 
Br 00 



Stone. 
Edward J. 
Joseph VV. 

Swift. 

William H. 
William H. 

1 omlinson. 
George E. 
Edward T. 



Truair. 



George G. 
John G. 



Wallace. 



James E. 

Bertrand H. 



Wells. 



David A. 
David D. 



White. 



James 

Franklin K. 



Whitehill. 



John 

Edwin H. 



Wild. 



Azel W. 
Henry D. 



Wild. 



Edward P. 
Payson S. 



Wilkins. 



George 
Walter A. 



Willard. 



Myron G. 
Elkins C. 



Williams. 



H Hon John K. 
Ad 7 1 Charles A. 



Spalding. 



Charles H. 
Fred M. 



H48 
Br 83 



Cy 79 
Cy 04 



Cy 57 
Cy 90 



Br 65 
Hv 93 



Wilson. 



James M. 
James P. 



Wood. 



Allen F. 
Nelson A. 



H78 
W06 



A 70 

A 02 



US7 
USo 



H64 
S 96 



R73 
Roi 



W47 
Hv93 



W51 
W90 



As8 
A 87 



My 57 
W88 



My 6q 
W 91 



MGHon 
MG99 



H 68 

Min 97 



My 60 
W88 



W44 
Lf 87 



Br 69 
Br 99 



Wyckoff. 



James 
Albert C. 



York. 



Albert L. 
Albert M. 



Ru6i 
Uq7 



U57 
S8s 



TABLES OF RELATIONSHIP. 



8a 



FIVE BROTHERS 



Chambc) 


lain. 






Mitch 


ell. 




Jacob C. 




Ru82 


Osc?r H. 






Mar 75 


William I. 




Ru82 


Edwin K. 






Mar 78 


Lewis B. 




Ru86 


John O. 






Mar 80 


Rufus X. 




Ru88 


Charles S. 






Mar 86 


Charles S. 




Ru93 


Oren J. 


' 




Mar 91 



FOUR BROTHERS 



Dawes. 






Ford. 




Noyes. 




Charles G. 
Rufus C. 
Beman G. 
Henry M. 


Mar 84 
Mar 86 
Mar 89 
Mar 96 


Edward T. 
Francis F. 
Joseph C. 
Henry I. 




W49 
H51 
H51 

W 58 


Charles S. 
Alexander D. 
William B. 
Henry R. 


A 80 
A 83 
A 88 
A 95 


Denfeld. 




McGiffert. 




Furington. 




Robert E. 
Louis E. 
VN'illiam F. 
Charles A. 


A 76 
A 78 
Br 81 
Br 89 


Tames B. 
William C. 
Edgar X. 
Jonn R. 




H 78 
H 78 
H80 
\\' 90 


Herbert R. 
Francis B. 
Charles E. 
Solon W. 


Cy 91 
Cy 94 
Gy 95 
Cy OS 


Eaton. 




Middlekauff. 




Scovel. 




Aiired H. 
Walter S. 
\> --.lam VV. 
Francis E. 


S85 
S87 
S88 
S 04 


Peter D. 
F'rank G. 
Benton 
Charles VV 




Nw 82 
Xw87 
Mch 88 
Mch 91 


Louis A. 
Carl W. 
Arthur D. 
Chester P. 


H84 
H88 
H96 
H03 


Eidlitz. 






Moore. 




Voorhees. 




Otto M. 
Robert J. 
Charles L. 
Ernest F. 


Cn8i 
Cn85 
Co 88 
Cn 90 


Edward C. 
Henry M. 
Frank G. 
Frederick 


\. 


Mar 77 
Mar 82 
Mar 85 
Mar 90 


Oscar M. 
Ralph S. 
Garrett S. 
Charles P. 


Ru 88 
Ru 90 
Ru 92 
Ru 97 



THREE BROTHERS 



Allen. 



Ira W. 
Hamilton F. 
Philip S. 



Andrcivs. 



Frank H. 
George F. 
Arthur I. 



George A. 
Louis VV. 
John E. 



Arnold. 



Barrows. 



Arthur C. 
Chester W. 
Robert L. 



Battin. 



Henry W. 
John W. 
Thomas W. 
6 



W 84 Allen E. 
\V 88 ; Walter G. 
W 91 I Arthur G. 



Beach. 



Tu 92 
Tu 93 
TU98 



Cn 81 

Cn 90 

Mch 94 



Benedict. 



Br 84 Harris M. 
Br 92 Bruce W. 
Br 01 Maurice A. 
Frank H. 



Blakely. 



Adoniram J. 
Sheldon E. 
Collins 



Br 85 George B. 
Rr 95 Frank F. 
Br 03 Horace E. 



Brigham. 



Arthur W 
Henry D. 
Robert X. 



Burnett. 



Cady. 



Mar 84 
Mar 88 
Mar 91 


Martin E. 
Henry 0. 
Gilbert E. 

Chapin. 


My 69 
Nw 83 
My 93 


Xeb 96 

Xeb 01 

Xeb 06 

Cg92 


.-\ddison M. 
Dwight L. 
W illiam V. 

Congdon. 


Ad 69 
Ad 72 
Ad 77 


U 59 
U59 
U61 


Fayette K. 
Randolph T. 
Edgar D. 

Curtis. 


S 94 
S 00 
S 01 


Rr8i 
Br 82 
Br 85 


Harry X. 
U'illiam P. 
.\ustin G. 

De Witt. 


Mar 73 
Mar 74 
Mar 85 


Mch 80 
Mch 84 
Mch 85 


Elmore 
Tohn T. 
Henry R. 


Ru86 
Ru 89 
RU98 



8^ 



X)ELTA UPSiLOfJ DECfiNNiAL. 



Dunham. 

George L. 
Horatio R. 
Lyndon L. 


Cy 82 
Cy86 
Cy 91 


Jenkins. 

ThOTTias A> 
Edward A. 
Arthur H. 


SW87 
Sw 92 
Sw 01 


Parsons. 
Robert S. 
1-loyd Y. 
Ralph B. 


CngS 
Ru 00 


Elston. 
Charles A. 
John A. 
Thomas S. 


Ca97 
Ca97 
Ca99 


Kelsey. 
Francis D. 
Charles D. 
■Edward D. 


Mar 70 
Mar yz 
Mar 74 


Patterson. 
William W. 
John R. 
Graham C. 


Cnoo 
Cno2 
Cn 04 


Ferris. 
Richard 
Albert W. 
James D. 


NY 74 
NY 78 
NY 79 


Kinkead. 
Robert G. 
WiUiam W. 
Edgar B. 


Mar 82 
Mar 83 
Mar 84 


Porter. 
Jermain G. 
Henry A. 
Charles F. 


H7' 
H78 
H84 


Ford. 
William J. 
Frank E. 
Clarence E. 


Cg90 
Cg96 
Cg 02 


Lamb. 
George M. 
Robert E. 
Philip E. 


Sw 00 
Sw 03 
Sw 06 


Sandy. 
William J. 
Phillip A. 
Ralph A. 


DP 97 
DP 06 
DP 06 


French. 

Robert T. 
Francis J. 
Edwin A. 


A 84 
R91 
R93 


Lasell. 
Nathaniel 
Josiah 
Samuel M. 


W39 
W44 
W44 


Schenck. 
Jacob W. 
Isaac S. 
Cornelius 


Ru 70 
Ru73 
Ru 79 


Furbeck. 

George 
Peter R. 
Phillip 


U47 
U54 
US4 


Loud. 
Halah H. 
Henrv M. 
Nathan D. 


A 94 
A 96 
A 98 


Scudder. 
William H. 
Jared W. 
Clarence G. 


Ru 78 
Ru83 
Ru89 


Greene. 
Benjamin A. 
Stephen 
Ray W. 


Br 72 
Br 73 
Br 83 


Luther. 
William Z. 
Charles L. 
George W. 


H77 
H83 
H83 


Severance. 
Claud M. 
Wilbert N. 
Carlton S. 


My 83 
My 8s 
My 89 


Hare. 

Earle R. 
Harry B. 
Edward T. 


Min 94 
Min 94 
Min 95 


Lyman. 
Josiah 
Addison 
Horace 


W36 
W39 
W42 


Sltedd. 
William A. 
John C. 
Ephraim C. 


Mar 87 
Mar 91 
Mar 93 


Hargitt. 

Frank W. 
George T. 
Charles A. 


S 00 
S 02 
S 05 


McLean. 
John 
Eneas 
Robert 


H62 
H75 
R76 


Shepard. 
Frank W. 
George C. 
Dwight C. 


Cn86 
Cn89 
Cn93 


Hays. 

David 

Solomon 

Walter 


R 78 
R80 
R88 


Marsh. 
Henry L. 
Dwight W. 
Galvin W. 


W41 
W42 
W44 


Singleton. 
Shelby M. 
John C. 
Frank R. 


Nw 91 
Nw 9S 
NW96 


Hazen. 
Timothy A. 
James K. 
Reuben S. 


W49 
W56 
W62 


Miller. 
Samuel 
William H. H. 
Levi D. 


H 60 
H61 
H62 


Skinner. 
Merton R. 
Scott W. 
Robert L. 


U9S 
U9S 
U98 


Higley. 
Henry P. 
Alfred E. 
Edwin H. 


My 60 
My 68 

My 68 


Moran. 
Nathan M. 
Hugh A. 
Robert B. 


Cal 01 

St 04 
St OS 


Smith. 
Isaiah P. 
Henry S. B. 
Andrew R. G. 


Bds8 
Bd6i 
Bd63 


Horr. 

Norton T. 
Charles W. 
Alfred R. 


Cn82 
Cn87 
Cn95 


Murdoch. 
Henry H. 
John S. 
Charles T. 


S8.5 

Br 96 

S99 


Strickland. 

Dudlev W. 
William R. 
Sidney T. 


W96 
Tec 98 
Tec 05 


Hozvland. 
William S. 
John 
JJavid B. 


A 70 

A 76 
A 83 


0.<:trander. 
Leroy F. 
Alexander J. 
Robert P. 


H94 
H96 
H 00 


Tarrant. 
Warren D. 
Burr R. 
Shirley B. 


Wis 90 
Wis 94 
Wis 96 





TABLES OF RELATIONSHIP 


Thompson. 




Tyler. 




Maurice J. 
James W. 
John H. 


Ru89 
Ru 92 
Ru 94 


William 1). 
Ansel A. 
Bruce P. 


Lf88 
Lf 92 
Lf97 


True. 




Van Orden. 




Rodney H. 
Gordan H. 
Ernest B. 


Wis 90 
Wis 94 
Wis 96 


John S. 
Frank M. 
Percival 


Ru 90 
Ru 93 
Ru 97 


Tut hill. 




IValsworth. 




Job 

Samuel C. 
Gabriel C. 


Mch 83 
Mch 83 
Mch 91 


Warren W. 
Charles L. 
Loub M. 


S83 
S88 
S93 



White. 



Edward P. 
William M. 
Joseph N. 



Wright. 



John A. 
Hubert N. 
George A. 



83 



U79 
U81 
U94 



Ad 80 
Ad 83 
Ad 87 



TWO BROTHERS 





.Adams. 




■■lustiyi. 




Beach. 




Edward P. 
Myron 


Adams. 


Hs8 
H63 


Henry A. 
Samuel J. 

Bacon. 


U47 
U47 


Elmer E. 
Raymond W. 

Beal. 


Mch 84 
Mch 86 


Joseph W. 
Henry A. 


Adams. 


Le93 
Le94 


Thomas S. 
Henry M. 

Bailey. 


W42 
W 45 


Frederick W. 
George M. 

Beane. 


Cg02 

Cgo3 


Jarvis M. 
Robert E. 


Addy. 


Wsi 
Ws8 


Henry L. 
Charles C. 

Bakewell. 


My 86 
My 98 


Charles E. H. 
Emery O. 

Beckwith. 


Bdoo 
Bdo4 


William B 
Arthur R. 


Akin. 


Mar 88 
Mar <;2 


Thomas W. 
Benjamin C. 

Ballart. 


Ru8o 
Ru8s 


Edward G. 
George E. 

Bell. 


W49 
W53 


Ephraim R 
William L 


Aldrich. 


U48 
Ij 4i. 


Ferdinand J. 
Fred A. 

Ballon. 


U7S 
U80 


Solomon 
William H. 

Benedict. 


WJ60 
WJ60 


Charles S. 
Willis W. 




Br 94 
Br 97 


Henry L. 
William J. 


A 92 
Br 97 


Harris M. 
Bruce W. 


Neb 96 
Neb 01 


Anderson. 




Barnard. 




Benner. 




Frank 
John W. 


■indreivs. 


Mar 76 
Mar 78 


William T. 
Walter M. 

Barnhart. 


My 00 
My 01 


Allen R. 
Richard S. 

Bennett. 


Hv92 
Hv 99 


George A. 
William B 


Angle. 


Cy 92 

Cy 92 


Arthur G. 
Austin F. 

Barton. 


Ad 91 
Ad 91 


Alberto A. 
William M. 

Benton. 


Cg86 
Cg9i 


George K. 
Jay Vv'. 


Arnd. 


Lf 8s 
Lf 89 


Tames L. 
Robert J . 

Bates. 


My 81 
My 84 


Cecil R. 
Leicester F. 

Best. 


My 94 
My 01 


Charles 
Frederick 


Aslnnore. 


A 75 
A 82 


Edward P. 
James A. 

Bates. 


A SI 
A 56 


Raymond C. 
Ralph W. 

Bias. 


DP 89 
DP 90 


William 
Frank S. 


Atchison. 


Br 70 
Br 75 


William H. 
Wesley E. 

Bates. 


H65 
Cg73 


Herbert J. 
Ralph 

Bickmore. 


CagS 
Ca 01 


Wilbur F. 
Hugh D. 




Nw 84 
Nw 8,- 


George A. 
Henry 0. 


R96 
H99 


John F. 
Albert H. 


A 86 
Cy93 



84 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



Biggs. 



Samuel P. 
George M. 



Bill. 



Herbert W. 
Frederick S. 



Bill. 



Clarence H. 
Arthur H. 



Birgc. 



Edward B. 
Russell H. 



Bissell. 
Frank A. 
Lemuel B. 

Bissell. 
Williston W. 
Clarence S. 



S. Leroy 
Eugene C. 



Blake. 



Blount. 



Henry F. 
Walter E. 

Boerner. 

Theodore A. 
Oscar 



Boise. 



Reuben P. 
Fisher A. 



Botsford. 



Alfred P. 
Eli C. 



Botsford. 



William PL 
Samuel B. 



Bovjeii. 



Henry C. 
Seabury W 



Hugh W. 
Bankhead. 



Charles A. 
Plinv A. 



Boyd. 



Boyd. 



Bradbury. 



Edward E. 
William F. 



Braman. 



Ashley J. 
Sidney T. 



To 03 
To 04 



Ad 69 

Ad 75 



Ad 94 
Ad 97 



Br 91 
Br 94 



Ad 76 
Ad 76 



S 92 
R93 



My 59 
My 73 



Cn 03 
Cn 05 



Wis 89 
Wis 93 



NV43 
W 49 



U47 
U47 



My 98 
My 00 



Br 64 
Br 64 



WJ 63 
WJ 67 



A 98 
Br 98 



A 56 

As6 



U 94 
U94 



BrascHeld. 



Harvey D. 
Stanley E. 



Brickner. 



Samuel M. 
Isaac M. 



Briggs. 



George A. 
Charles W. 



Bristol. 



Homer C. 
John E. 



Broody. 



Francis O. 
George A. 



Brodie. 



Tames F. 
Robert G. 



Frank M. 
Walter C. 



Broiighton. 
William R. 
John G. 



Ward 
Farrand D. 



Brown. 



Horace F. 
Charles H. 



Brozvne. 



William G. 
Frank E. 



Matthew L. 
William P. 



Louis F. 
Harry A. 



Edward H. 
Henrv W. 



h-ush. 



Bryant. 



Ralnh 
Glidden 



Burke. 



Edward M. 
James W. 



Burke. 



Harold W. 
Ralph H. 



Lf 91 
Lf95 



R88 
R91 



Cg94 
Cg 97 



R74 

R79 



Cg89 
Cg89 



H76 
H83 



Br 84 
Br 87 



W 87 
W 89 



Co 96 

Co 01 



Br 76 
Br 91 



To q8 
To 00 



Ru 84 
Ru 84 



Cn 03 

Cn 05 



Co 87 
Co 89 



A 98 
A 03 



U93 
U93 



Nw 03 
Nw 04 



Butler. 



Charles J . 
Frank A. 



Byrnes. 
Eugene A. 
Clarence 

Caldivell. 
Albert J. 
Ebenezer B. 



Camp. 



Cyrus C. 
Samuel A. 



Campbell. 



John C. 
Garvin A. 



Capen. 



Randall T. 
Edward W. 



Carlson. 



Howard E. 
Oswin D. 



Carman. 



George N. 
Charles \V. 



Carman. 



Augustine S. 
John C. 



Carpenter. 



Allen H. 
Tames W. 



Carroll. 



George G. 
Hugh B. 



Case. 



Clifford P. 
Clarence E. 



I^ewis 
Thaddeus G. 



Casscls. 



Edwin H. 
George S. 



Challen. 



Thurston W. 
Paull F. 



Chase. 



Wayland J. 
William N. 



Child. 



P'rank S. 
Arthur H. 



Cg86 
Cg 90 



Mch 84 
Mch 87 



WJ 62 

^\'J 64 



H58 
H58 



W92 
W98 



Hv95 
Hv97 



NY 98 

NY 98 



Mch 8 1 
Mch 84 



R82 
R84 



Ad 98 

Ad 03 



R98 
R99 



Ru 97 
Ru 00 



U77 
Cg/S 



Wis 95 
Wis 00 



Ru 87 
Ru 91 



Br 87 
Br 87 



H03 
Hos 



Judson \' 
James F. 



Asahel L. 
Royal W. 



George A. 
Walter 



Israel B. 
John P. 



Edgar W. 
Walter H. 



John L. 
James S. 



Clancy. 



Clark. 



Clark. 



Clark. 



Clarke. 



Clarke. 



Cleveland. 



Giles B. 
Guy K. 



Clift. 



William B. 
Edwin B. 



Cobb. 



Fred. D. H. 
George W. 



Cochcms. 



Henry F. 
Edward B. 



Coles. 



Toseph H. 
Tohn W. 



Collins. 



Burt H. 
Ray M. 

Comingo. 

Neville B. C. 
Edward G. 



Congdon. 



LaFayette K. 
Randolph T. 



Coo ley. 



Frederick E. 
Arthur M. 



Co['eland. 



Herbert E. 
Ernest R. 



Cornforth. 



Linton C. 
Columbus 



TABLES OF RELATIONSHll 
Crockett. 



Nw 90 
Nw 93 



A5- 
A58 



St 91 
St 99 



R03 
Ros 



W 48 

W 54 



R74 
S 90 



Hso 
Hso 



My 88 
My 90 



Cg86 
Cg 94 



Wis 97 
Wis 00 



Sw 98 
Sw 00 



St 01 
St 1 



WT 68 
Wj 69 



b 94 
S 99 



Ca o: 
Ca 04 



Cn 72 

Cn75 



Cy 55 
Us6 



Ralph W. 
Ernest A. 



Culver. 



George B. 
Richard K. 

Cumniit\gs. 
Carlos E. 
Charles D. 



Curtis. 



Charles E. 
Arthur M. 



Davis. 



Francis H. 
William H. 



George 
Bergen 



Davis. 



Dean. 



Leonard J. 
Uelavan IJ. 

Dennett. 
Guy R. 
W infield H. 



Deshler. 



Charles 
Frederick 



James S. 
Lee S. 



Charles L. 
lohn A. 



De Vol. 



Dickey. 



Dike. 



George P. 
Theodore W. 



Walter H. 
Edward A. 



Dodd. 



Dorr. 



Carl E. 
Samuel H. 



Douglas. 



George W. 
Irving A. 



Douglass. 



Ebenezer 
Francis A. 



Horace D. 
George H. 



Dow. 



A 91 
A 93 



St 97 
St 99 



S 99 
S 02 



CnSs 
Cn 89 



R60 
R64 



RU84 
RU96 



Cg 7' 
Gg77 



W 01 
B02 



Ru8s 
Ru86 



Mar 91 
Mar 92 



Mar 77 
Mar 77 



W97 
W03 



A 89 
A 91 



S 00 
S 04 



Cg88 
Cg88 



A51 
A 51 



Cy87 
Cy 91 



Drake. 
Clarence E. 
Frederick T. 

Dresser. 
Gardiner S. 
Tohn O. 



Dubois. 



Abraliam F. 
John E. 



Charles J. 
Fred L. 



Dulley. 



Dumont. 



Fred T. 
Victor S. 



Edson. 



Hanford W. 
Elmer R. 



Edivards. 



Ernest G. 
Leno W. 



Ellis. 



Lawrence L. 
Melvin M. 



Oscar H. 
John E. 



Elmer. 



Erdman. 



William J. 
Albert 



Evans. 



Alton H. 
Frank 



Everett. 



Walter G. 
Samuel A. 



James 
1 homas 



Ewini 



Fairgticve. 
James R. 
George W. 



Farnham. 



Edwin P. 
Seth T. 



Ferguson. 



James A. 
Daniel A. 



Fisher. 



Thomas L. 
Gurdon R. 



85 



Mar 92 
Mar 98 



Cn 00 
Cn 01 



R98 
Roi 



St 97 

St 07 



Lf 89 
Lf 98 



W 90 
W 93 



Lf94 
Ef95 



\)V' 02 
DP 03 



H65 
H 70 



H56 
H S8 



DP 92 
DP 93 



Br 8s 
Br 91 



A 88 
A 89 



U82 
U89 



Br 73 
Br 74 



H65 
H71 



A 78 

A 82 



86 


DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 




Flagg. 
Rufus C. 
James W. 


My 69 
My 78 


Genung. 
George F. 
John F. 


U70 
U70 


Hanson. 
Charles H. 
George W. 


Cy83 
Cy83 


Fletcher. 
Henry 
William 


Cy88 
Cy 91 


Getchell. 
Merle S. 
Frederick G. 


Cy 93 
Cy98 


Hartwcll. 
Charles 
John 


A 49 
A 55 


Fogg. 
Frederick S. 
Horace 


St 95 
St 98 


Gibson. 
Edwin H. 
Willis S. 


DP 05 
DP 05 


Harisjood: 
Charles E. 
James H. 


W52 
W60 


Ford. 
Jonathan 
Henry A. 


W39 
W42 


Gifford. 
William P. 
Perl V. 


St 97 
St 98 


Harwood. 
Edward C. 
Paul C. 


St 95 
Co 00 


Ford. 
Edward I. 
Henry T. 


W49 
W58 


Gilman. 
Charles E. 
Philip K. 


St 01 
St 01 


Havens. 
Abraham B. 
Edwin T. 


Ru82 
Ru84 


Ford. 
George C. 
James A. 


Ad 84 
Ad 91 


Goff. 
Isaac C. 
Fred H. 


Mch 79 
Mch 80 


Hawks. 
Winthrop B. 
Theron H. 


Mar 78 
Mar 82 


Fosdick. 
Harry E. 
Raymond B. 


Cg99 
Cgos 


Gow. 
John R. 
George C. 


Br 77 
Br 84 


Hawley. 
Edwin C. 
Ralph C. 


A 01 
A 01 


Freeman. 
Ernest E. 
Theodore F. 


Mch 01 
Mch 03 


Greeley. 
Arthur W. 
William B. 


St 98 
Ca. 01 


Hazeltine. 
Charles G. 
Abner 


W39 
W 56 


Fuller. 
Newton S. 
Daniel H. 


Br 82 
Br 86 


Green. 
Arthur E. 
Edmund H. 


Hv94 
Hv 95 


Henderson. 

Vv illiam N. 
Hiram H. 


S83 
S85 


Fulton. 
Fred S. 
Charles A. 


Cg82 
Cg83 


Griswold. 
Wolcott N. 
John v. 


US4 
U6s 


Herron. 
Schuyler F. 
Milo D. 


S 94 
S 98 


Furbeck. 
George W. 
Howard R. 


U87 
U97 


Hageman. 
Andrew 
Herman 


Ru 71 
Ru 79 


Hillman. 
James W. 
William H. 


NV 73 
NY 81 


Gage. 
Snyder 
Walker M. 

Galbraith. 


U99 

U 00 


Hageman. 
William P. 
Drew W. 
James W. 

Hall. 
Arthur G. 
Avon S. 

Hall. 
Samuel S. 
Percival 


U86 
Ru 97 
Ru 03 


Hills. 
Seth E. 
Muton T. 

Hobart. 


H51 
H55 


Archibald V. 
John S. 

Garrison. 

Noel H. 
Edwin M. 


Hv 99 
Hv 99 

Ca 00 
Ca 03 


Mch 81 
Mch 84 

Hv88 
Hv 92 


Alvah S. 
Clarence C. 

Hobart. 

Newton B. 
John B. 


Cg73 
Cg78 

Ad 78 
Ad 84 


Gates. 

Leslie F. 
Harry C. 


Lf97 
Lf 00 


Hall. 
Winford L. 
Fred W. 


Neb 01 
Neb 06 


Hogan. 

Jasper S. 
Robert J. 


Ru 91 
Ru 91 


Gawthrop. 

Frederick H. 
Henry A. 


Sw 94 
Sw 98 


Hamblen. 
Isaac S. 
Samuel 


CysS 
Cy 62 


Hollister. 

Horace H. 
John Q. A. 


H 62 
H 62 


Gennert. 




Hanna. 




Holmes. 




Maurice G. 
William 0. 


Co 87 
Co9S 


George L. C. 
William T. C. 


Cg66 
Cg73 


Stanley H. 
William H. 


Cy87 
Cy 97 



Holmes. 

Clarence A. 
William J. 



Hooker. 



Edward C. 
David A. 



Hopkins. 



Evan H. 
William R. 



Hosford. 



Henry B. 
James M. 



Hough. 



Lewis S. 
George \» 



Lloyd H. 
Percy H. 



Houston. 



Howard. 



John M. 
George W. 



Howell. 



John G. 
Ray 



Hoyne. 



iNiaclay 
Archibald L. 



Hoyt. 



James 
Zerah T. 



Hoyt. 



Hobart B. 
Hayward N. 



Hulbert. 



Henry W. 
Archer B. 



Hunner. 



Charles C. 
Earl h. 



Hutson. 

Charles T. 
Roy J. 

Hutton. 
Arthur L. 
Mancius S. 



Albert E. 
Fred C. 



Julien M. 
Lewis M. 



Hylan. 



Isaacs. 



TABLES OF RELATIONSHIP 
Ivey. 



NY 00 
NY oo 



My 00 
My 03 



Ad 89 
Ad 96 



W43 
W47 



U 41 
U56 



W 04 

W04 



LeSy 
Le 92 



Ca 96 
Ca 00 



W9S 
W 01 



U40 
U40 



Mch 96 
Mch 04 



My 79 
Mar 95 



Wis 93 
Wis 00 



Wis 99 

Wis 02 



Co 02 
Co OS 



Br 92 

S .. 



NY 93 



John L. 
Homer P. 



JohnH. 
Amos M. 



John A. 
Frank C. 



Walter B. 
Horace L. 



Lewis A. 
Robert L. 



Jackson. 



Jackson. 



Jacobs. 



James. 



Jamison. 



John M. 
James N. 



Joannes. 



Eugene C. 
Ralph L. 



Johnston. 



Harry W. 
Ralph G. 



Joiner. 



Charles H. 
Alvin 



Jones. 



Bassett 
Sullivan W. 



Charles E. 
Fred R. 



Luther 
George A. 



Richard P. 

Charles N. 



Keck. 



Keene. 



Kent. 



Kiehle. 



David L. 
Amos A. 



Kimball. 



Charles A. 
Edward P. 



Kimball. 



Harry G. 
Arthur H. 



Kimball. 



Sherman 



NY 97 Rufus H. 



DP 01 
DP 02 



Cy 60 
Cy 61 



To 97 
To 01 



Br 82 
Br.93 



W85 
Cn 03 



Mi 69 

Mi 7«> 



Wis 98 
Wis 00 



W91 
Le 04 



St 03 

St 05 



Tec 99 
Tec 00 



H97 
H99 



A 59 
A 60 



Co 95 
Co 96 



H6i 

A 71 



A 54 
A 57 



A 93 
A 97 



St 02 
St 03 



Kirby. 



William W. 
Isaac H. 



Knoivlton. 



George B. 
Clarence E. 



Kronshage. 



Theodore 
Ernest H. 



Louis J. 
Frank L. 



Kuhn. 



Labaree. 
Benjamin W. 
Robert M. 



Lamont. 



Wilbur F. 
William S. 



London. 



Robert J. 
Tames S. 



Lange. 
Alexander F. 
Carl F. X.. 

Langworthy. 
William F. 
Arthello S. 

Lawrence. 
Henry \V. 
Eben S. 

Leavenworth. 
Frank A. 
Clarence G. 



Lewis. 



James M. 
Watson L. 



William E. 
Frank M. 



Foster 
Arunah H. 



Life. 



Lilly. 



Lincoln. 



Isaac N. 
Ephraim L. 



Benjamin 
William D. 



Lippincott. 
Lloyd. 



Warren E. 
Ralph B. 



87 



U55 
U58 



Nw 00 
Nw 02 



Wis 91 
Wis 97 



Ad 82 

Ad8- 



Mar 88 
Mar 88 



U86 
On 90 



U80 
R 96 



Mch 85 
Mch 94 



Cg87 
Cg89 



U-4 

U 76 



My 78 
My 82 



DP 86 
DP 96 



DP 95 
DP 96 



W38 
W48 



W47 
W55 



RU84 
Sw 90 



Ca95 
Ca 99 



Lockwood. 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 
Mellen. 



John F. 
Henry 



Aretas G. 
Elihu 



Elmer H. 
Fred M. 



Lootnis. 



Loomis. 



Loucks. 



Erastus F. 
William E. 



Ludlam. 



Isaac F. 
William L. 



Ludlow. 



Arthur C. 
Alfred I. 



McCormick. 



Islay F. 
Donald E. 



McKusick. 

John F. 
Hazen P. 

MacLaren. 
Archibald H. 
Frank H. 



McLintock. 



Archibald 
Fred S. 



McVaugh. 



Frank 
Rev 



McVay. 
Frederick A. 
William P. 



Mallery. 



Howard 
Everett T. 



Martin. 



William M. 
John A. 



Marvin. 



Arthur L. 
Burdette K. 



Lewis 
Francis 



Ellison C. 
Harold 



Mayo. 



Means. 



U76 
Ru 91 



W44 
W47 



Cg83 
Cg85 



R81 
R86 



NY 66 
NY 68 



Ad 84 
Ad 98 



Bd 00 
Bdo3 



Cy 62 
Cv66 



MG98 
MG03 



Co 00 
Co 03 



Sw 01 
Sw 03 



Mch 98 
Mch 98 



U96 
U02 



Toq8 
To 02 



Co 97 
Co 97 



Wes 54 
Cy 57 



Mar 85 
Mar 8s 



George H. 
Frank L. 



Meredith. 



Elmer E. 
John F. 



Merrell. 



Alden J. 
William D. 



Merriam. 



George E. 
Joseph E. 



Merrill. 



William P. 
Robert D. 



Moody. 



John F.' 
William K. 



Moore. 



John R. 
Samuel G. 



Moore. 



John R. 
Aaron E. 



Moore. 



Frank W. 
William A. 



Minor 
Homer 



Morris. 



Morrow. 



Robert G. 
Henry M. 



Morse. 



Francis L. 
Samuel B. 



Morse. 



Charles F. 
Nathan 



Moss. 



William W. 
Norman A. 



Murdoch. 



Cnarles H. 
George F. 



Myers. 



Daniel T. 
Cortland R. 



Negley. 



Walter 
Charles 



A 74 
A81 



DP 87 
DP 87 



R88 
R91 



A 96 
A 96 



Ru87 
Ru 93 



Cy67 
Cy67 



H62 
H72 



Mi 69 
Mi 76 



U81 
U84 



Mar 84 
Mar 90 



Mch 8^ 
Mch 88 



Cy 57 
Cy6i 



A 72 
A 74 



Br 94 
Br 00 



Tu88 
Tu88 



R82 
R87 



A 72 
A 73 



Nelson. 



Edwin M. 
William S. 


H68 
A 81 


Nesbitt. 




John A. 
James L. 


Lf 02 
Lf 0$ 


Nevius. 




Benjamin C. 
John H. C. 


Ru67 
Ru 73 


North. 




Arthur W. 
Hart H. 


Ca96 
Ca 96 


Norton. 




Stephen A. 
Edwin C. 


A 78 
A 79 


Norton. 




Herbert H. 
Matthew G. 


Hv 92 
Hv 94 


Nowell. 




Samuel 1. 
Charles H. 


Cy82 
Cy84 


Ober. 




Walter M. 
Raymond E. 


Min 00 

Min 02 


O'Brien. 




Leo 
Emmet 


R96 
R97 


Oliver. 




Edwin L. 
Roland L. 


Ca 00 
Ca 00 


Osborn. 




Henry 
IraB. 


W42 
W42 


Page. 




William L. 
Lansford S. 


H54 
H62 


Page. 




Increase B. 
Joel S. 


W46 
W46 


Paine. 




Paul M. 
David 


Le 91 
Cn 01 


Palen. 




Frederick P. 
Louis S. 


Cn 94 
Cn 00 


Palmer. 




Albert D. 
Gustavus S. 


Bd6i 
Bd6i 


Palmer. 




Toseph N. 
Wilson N. 


Hv86 
Hv 90 



Parker. 



TABLES OF RELATIONSHIl 
Pratt. 



Carleton H. 
Challen R. 

Parsons. 
James S. 
Lewis C. 

Pattison. 
Charles E. 
Franklin A. 



Payson. 



Eliot K. 
George H. 



Pcarsc. 



Nicholas 
Richard A. 



Peck. 



John B. 
William F. 



Penrose. 



Francis 
James B. 



Perinc. 



Harry B. 
Willson H. 



Perrv. 



Edward F. 
Robert G. 



Phinncy. 



Herman K. 
Frank U. 



Pike. 



Fred P. H. 
Harry E. 



Pi.rley. 



Martin S. 
Stephen C. 



Pliimer. 



Beman A. 
Ray B. 



Eugene M. 
Albert I. 



Pope. 



Potter. 



John M. 
Edward H. 



Potter. 



Frank H. 
Henry S. 



Poivell. 



Edward P. 
Isaac P. 



Ca 00 
Ca 02 



R96 
Br 01 



Ru84 
Ru87 



H 69 
H73 



Ru 70 
Ru 70 



Br 66 
Br 70 



Mar 96 
Mar 02 



A 86 
A 88 



A 96 
A 97 



R77 
R78 



Cy 98 
Cy 02 



\\ 44 



Mar 00 
Mar 03 



Cg82 
Br 94 



Br 74 
Br 75 



Cg 91 
Gg 92 



H53 
H60 



Henry L. 
Lewellyn 



Pratt. 



Louis A. 
Elvin S. 



Prentiss. 



Albert \. 
Charles W. 



Proctor. 



Fletcher D. 
Redtield 



Pugsley. 



Eugene W. 
Edward L. 



Douglas 
Louis R. 



Joseph V\' 
Frank VV. 



George S. 
Frank J. 



Edward 1\. 
Joseph R. 



Reuben S. 
Arthur L. 



Putnam. 



Putnam. 



Kaley. 



Raub. 



Raub. 



Reynolds. 
•l-Va'nk P. 
William C. 

Reynolds. 
Clarence \V. 
Raymond J. 



Riclt. 



Herbert G. 
Harry F. 



Richardson. 



Gilbert B. 
Martin L. 



VVS2 
VV52 



Mch 96 
Mch 01 



My 91 
My 96 



A 82 
Tec 02 



\V4i 
W46 



Mar 81 
Mar 8 s 



Tu 91 
Tu 97 



A 92 
A 93 



DP 94 
DP 97 



Lf 04 
Lf 05 



XY 90 
\Y 90 



Roi 
R04 



Cn 94 
CngS 



A 53 
A 56 



Robertson. 
Henry M. 
William S. 



liodgers. 



Charles L. 
Ralph C. 



Rozi'e. 



Frederic W. 
Arthur C. 



Rozvley. 



Charles W. 
Lincoln E. 



Rozvley. 



William E. 
Lome E. 



Rusk. 



John 
Booth 



Russell. 
Howland 
Edward T. C. 



Ryder. 



Erastus C. 
John C. 



Sanchez 



Rafael F. 
Alfredo J. 



John A. 
Edgar H. 



Sarles. 



Saivyer. 
Leicester J. 
Lorenzo S. B. 



Saii'yer. 



John P. 
William N. 



Schumann. 



TheoQore P. 
William R. 



Scott. 



Robert D. 

Thomas S. 



Richardson. 



Henry T. 
Daniel "W. 



A S5 i Henry H. 
U 57 ! Carlos X. 



Robb. 



Searle. 



Edwin F. 
Alexander G. 



Cn 70 I Charles H. 
Cn 73 ; Homer W. 



Roberts. 



Searle. 



John T. 
William H. 



S 76 Tohn P. 
S81 "Edward V. 



89 



U42 
U42 



Tec 04 
Cn 05 



Cg87 
Cg96 



S79 
S88 



MG 00 
MG03 



Mar 75 
Mar 80 



Cn 76 
Cn 79 



Cy 8t 
Cy82 



Le 98 
Le 01 



Ru 94 
Ru 99 



H59 
H62 



Ad 83 
Ad S3 



Wis 95 
Wis 96 



Ad 72 
Ad 74 



Le 00 
Le 01 



H 69 
H 70 



Ru7S 
Ru 91 



90 



Arad J. 
Elbert N. 



Scbring. 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 
Smith. 



Severance. 
Charles N. 
Frank B. 



Seymour. 



John 
Bela N. 



Seymour. 



Charles R. 
JoelM 



Seyms. 



George B. 
Robert W. 



Sheldon. 



Charles B. 
Samuel B. 



Sheldon. 



Charles \V. 
John J. 



Earl D. 
Edwin H. 



Shcpard. 



Shepard. 



Leonard G. 
William C. 

Shepardson. 
Lucius F. 
Joseph H.' 



Sherman. 



Elijah B. 
Linus E. 



Sisson. 



Edward H. 
Charles H. 



Charles G. 
William H. 



Slack. 



Shiss. 



John W. 
Edward E. 

Smalley. 

Archibald W. 
Harrison S. 



Smeallie. 



James M. 
Peter 



Josiah T. 
Lucius E. 



Smith. 



Ru 59 
Ru 62 



H8s 
H87 



W51 
W52 



Ad 70 
Ad 70 



Tec 03 
Tec 05 



W47 
W47 



Cg8i 
Cggo 



S 92 
S 00 



Cn 04 
Cn 05 



CysS 
Cy 59 



My 60 
My 61 



Co 91 
Co 92 



Mar 81 
Mar 81 



DP 90 
DP 91 



Mch 98 
Mch 00 



U48 
U53 



\V 42 
W43 



George R. 
Lowell C. 



Smith. 



Vincent 
William A. 



Smith. 



Dwight G. 
Granville 



Snyder. 



Joseph G. 
Edwin H. 



Southworth. 



Winthrop M. 
Irving 



Sprague. 



Ezra T. 
Havilah M. 



Steele. 



Charles G. 
JohnB. 



Thomas H. 
Robert L. 

Stockzi'ell. 
Frederick E. 
Edward A. 



Stone. 



George E. 
Harry L. 



George W. 
Wilfred J. 



RoDert S. 
George A. 



John C. 
Joseph D. 



Strader. 



Strong. 



Strong. 



William E. 
Josiah 



Taussig. 



John H. 
Charles A. 



Lester C. 
Alfred S. 



Taylor. 



Taylor. 



James P. 

Henry W. 



H70 
H82 



Mar 96 
Mar 01 



W 96 
Tec 98 



Co 86 
Co 87 



Br 01 

Br 02 



Ass 
A 5» 



My 60 
My 60 



WJ 63 
\Vj 66 



Br 90 
Br 99 



H95 
H98 



My 99 

My 02 



Lf 96 
Lf 99 



W43 
W49 



Ad 65 
Ad 69 



Cn97 
Cn 02 



Le 89 
Br 91 



Cg9S 
Cg 03 



Taylor. 



Herbert C. 
Merrel H. 



Tlwmas. 



James B. 
i'nilip C. 



Thorp. 



Simeon M. 
Thomas J. 



Tillinghast. 
John A. 
Frederic \\'. 



Tilt on. 



John N. 
Paul H. 



Tipple. 



Ezra S. 
Bertrand M. 



Tomlinson. 



Wilbur F. 
George H. 



Edward J. 
Henry W. 



Torney. 



Transue. 
Judson L. 

"Seward K. 

Truesdale. 
George 
William H. 



Tuck. 



John B. 
Andrew E. 



Turnhult. 



George B. 
Frederick J. 



Turner. 



Henry B. 
Fred G. 



Turner. 



Everett P. 
Howard C. 



Tyrrell. 



George F. 
Cnarles P. 



Valentine. 



Philo G. 
Roswell D. 



Van .4rsdale 



Elias B. 
Russel 



DP 02 

DP 04 



Ru 92 
Ru 94 



U59 
U61 



Br 95 
Br 02 



Cn8o 
Cn8o 



S84 
S 94 



Nw 93 
Nw 98 



Cn 00 
Cn 04 



S89 
S89 



R57 
R67 



Cn93 
Cn98 



CgSo 
Cg86 



Co 89 
Co 94 



Tec 02 
Tec 02 



S 97 
S 02 



US4 
U57 



Rii 00 
RU96 



Van Slyke. 
Oakley E. 
George M. 

Van Vechten. 
Abraham V. 
Theodore F. 



lABLES OF RELATIONSHIP 

Webber. 



Vinson. 



George 
Albert W. 



Voorliees. 
Foster M. 
Nathaniel W. 



Wade. 



Nehemiah 
Matthew 



Wakeman. 



George B. 
William \\'. 



Harry B. 
Edward J. 



John K. 
Pascal H. 



Ward. 



Ware. 



Warner. 



Albert R. 
George B. 



Warner. 



Fred P. 
Charles T. 



Warren. 



Clyde L. 
Edgar B. 



Warren. 



Charles T. 
Arthur D. 



Warriner. 



Samuel D. 
Paul C. 



Warriner. 

Eugene C. 
Samuel H. 

Waterhouse. 

William P. 
George \V. 



Watson. 



Arthur T. 
Harry B. 



John B. 
Henry S. 



Webb. 



S 00 
S 01 



W 47 
W50 



Wis 02 
Wis 05 



Ru -6 
Ru8o 



Mi 69 
Mi 70 



Br 84 
Br 87 



H96 
H02 



Min 01 
Min 03 



Cn87 
Cn 93 



Wis 96 
Wis 99 



Wis 95 
Wis 98 



Co C4 



A 83 
Le 94 



Mch 91 
Mch 98 



Cg95 
Br 03 



Cy 91 
Cy 97 



Mar 82 
Tec 92 



George C. 
Harrie L. 



IVebster. 



Hollis 
John R. 



Weld. 



Garfield M. 
Charles B. 



Welday. 



David M. 
William H. 



Edward C. 
James R. 



Wells. 



Westervelt. 
John C. 
Thomas S. 

Whipple. 
Frank 
William W. 

White. 
Wellington J. 
George A. 



White. 



Allen K. 
Charles D. 



White. 



Henry 
Montague 



Whittlesey. 



Charles 
Eliphalet 



Whitton. 



Frederick 
Richard L. 



Whitford. 



Edward E. 
William C. 



Wilcox. 



William C. 
Albert H. 



Azel W. 
Edward P. 



Payson S. 
John D. 



Solomon 
Henry 



Wild. 



Wild. 



Wile. 



Bd95 
Bdo3 



Hv84 
Hv 93 



My 03 
My 05 



WJ 68 
WJ 68 



Tec 92 
Tec' 95 



Cn 94 
Cn 96 



U92 
U98 



A 76 
A 87 



Sw 94 
Sw 95 



H 98 
H 04 



W40 
W40 



Wis 89 
Wis 92 



Cg86 
Cg86 



R88 
R90 



My 57 
My 60 



W91 
W 95 



R72 



Wilkinson. 



Harry B. 
Rufus H. 



Willard. 



John D. 
Wallace \V. 



Williams. 
Francis 
Fordyce 

Williams. 
Theodore B. 
Charles R. 



David I. 
Elliott. 



Williams. 



Williams. 



Edward 
Albert M. 

Winston. 
Edward M. 
Ambrose P. 



Winstow. 



Edward JM. 
Ambrose P. 



James D. 
Harry P. 



Austin D. 
Arthur 



Woley. 



Wolfe. 



Woodruff. 
Theodore N. 
Walter W. 



Worthington. 



Thomas 
John G. 



Wright. 



Edmund 
Russell M. 



Wyckoff. 



John H. 
Garrett 



Wyckoff. 

Marvin N. 
Benjamin V. 



Wyckoff. 



William F 
Charles S. 



Wyckoff. 



Hubert C. 



R 79 I Arthur C. 



91 



Nw 94 

Nw 98 



A 7$ 
A 8s 



W38 
R53 



R 69 

R7S 



Nw 01 
Nw 05 



Sw 01 
Sw 02 



Hv85 
Wis 87 



Hv84 
Wis 87 



H82 
H87 



NY 87 
NY 89 



Mar 73 
Mar 81 



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Jacob 
William B. 


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Ru 02 


Gilbert H. 
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Nw 03 
Xw 03 


Frank 
Henry 


Tec 92 
Tec 95 


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Zartmaii. 




Asa 
Gillett 


Ru 87 
Ru 91 


Tames B. 
"William H. 


Cn 94 
S97 


Joseph H. 
George E. 


S -8 
S83 



WILLIAMS CHAPTER 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, WILLIAMSTOWN. MASS. 

Established, 4 November '34 ; Inactive. '65-83 ; Re-established, 
12 October "83: 52 Glasses: 658 Members 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 

1836 
♦Algernon Sidney Baldwin. Great Harrington, Mass. 

* Fraternity founder. * b. S. Tyringham, Mass., — Feb.'ii; son of Davis 

and Ami. * B.A. * Res., Great Barrington, '36-9. * d. \'an Deusenville, 30 Sep.'39, 

*Hirain Bell. Westchester, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * h. Antrim, X.II., 16 Dec. '07; son of John and 
Marg. (Brown); prep., Kimball iin. .sch. * B.A * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '36-9; ord. 
(Cong.) Marlboro, Ct., 19 Feb. '40; pas. there, '40-50; Killingworth, '50-64; Westchester, 
'64-76. * Trustee, Hart, theol. sem. * m. Mary E. Wells, Sing Sing, X.Y., i Jul. '40. * 
d. 18 Jun.'76. 

*Philo Canfield. Washington, la. 

('lergyman. * b. Bridgeport, Ct., 11 Dec. '16; son of Ransom C. and Lucretia (Bur- 
roughs); prep., Bridgeport. * B.A. * Tea.. '36-7; stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '37-9; ord. 
(Presb.) Buffalo, N.V., i:; Jan. '47; pas.. Perry, '44-8; York, '48-52; Ridgebury, Ct., '52-6; 
Sheboygan Falls, Wis., '56-7; Sparta, '5--60; home miss., N.Pepin, '60-1; Menominee, '62-4; 
Faribault, Minn., '645; Albert Lea, '65-8; Washington, la., '68-71; w.c, '71-9. * m. 
Sarah Baldwin, Greenfield, Ct., 3 Jun.'46. * Grandson, Robt. B. Dunlevy. Wisconsin '95. 
* d. 1 1 Feb. '79. 

♦Theodore Jarvis Clark. Bernardston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Northampton, Mass., i4Feb.'i5; son of Enos and Susan (Allen); 
prep.. Southampton. * X'aledic. Adelphic un. ; B.A. * Tea., Kenyon col., '36-7; stu., 
Hart, theol. sem., '37-8: And. theol. sem., '39-41; ord. (Cong.) Cummington, Mass., 11 
Oct.'42; pas. there, '42-59; Bernardston, '59-6 (; Ashfield. '62-5; Northfield, '65-80; w.c, 
'80-96. * m. Julia P. Hollister, Manchester, \ t., 5 Oct. '42. * d. 23 Aug.'96. 

♦George Clisby. Medford, Mass. 

Student. * Fraternity founder. * b. Medford, Mass., 26Aug.'"i6; son of John P. 
and Martha (Bowker); prep., Orthodox acad., Medford. * B.A. * d. 24 Oct. '36. 

♦Samuel Dana Darling. Oakfield, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * h. Sterling, Mass., 7 Feb. '07; son of Darius and 
Susanna (Fairbank); prep., Meriden, N.H. * B.A. * Theol stu., Gilmanton, N.H., 
'36-9; ord. (Cong.); pas., Cummington and Royalston, Mass., '40-50; Brookfield, Byron 
and (Dakfield, Wis., '50-63; farmer and occ. suply, Oakfield. '62-73. * m Eunice Goodell, 
2 Sep. '36; (2) Lydia Marshall, Nashua, N.H., 15 Apr. '40. * d. Fond du Lac, Wis., 5 
May '73. 



94 IDELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Anson Loomia Hobart. Worcester, Mass. 

Physician. * Fraternity founder and 1st pres. * b. Columbia, N.H., lo Nov. '14; son 
of Abel -ind Betsy (Wallace); prep., Meriden, Ct. * Cotnmenc. appt.; B.A.; M.A. * 
Tea., N.Providence, R.I., '36-7; Freehold, N.J., '37-40; stu., Castleton (V't.) med. col., 
'40-3, M.D.; asst. phys. and surg., N.Y. gen. hosp.; '43-4; phys., Southboro, Mass., '44-58; 
Worcester, '58-90. ' m. Ellen Brown, Framingham, Mass., 10 May '38; (2) Cordelia L. 
Perkins, Boston, 3 Jun.'so. * d. 3 Dec. '90. 

*Ephraim William Kellogg. Heuvelton, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder and pres. * b. Sheffield, Mass., 2 May '11; son of 
Eph. and Jane (Ashley); prep., Egremont acad. * Pres., Philologian; Adelphic un. ex. 
orat. ; commenc. diss.; B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '36-40; ord. (Presb.) Church- 
ville, N.Y., 18 Feb. '45; pas., Meadville, Pa., '40-1; Sheffield, Mass., '41-2; Fairport, N.Y., 
'42-3; Avon, '43-4; Churchville, '44-7; Millville, '47-50; Lockport, '50-3; Tonawanda, '53-8; 
Oakland, '58-61; Truxton, '61-4; w.c, '64-77; pas., Howard, '7781; Heuvelton, '81-7. * m. 
Lois Bennett, Atibum, N.Y., 3 May'4i. * d. 10 Oct.'87. 

*Josiah Lyman. Easthampton, Mass. 

Manufacturer. * Fraternity founder. * b. Easthampton, Mass., gOct.'ii; son of 
Danl. and Sally (Clapp) ; prep., Easthampton and Southampton. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., 
Canaan and Ithaca, N.Y., and Easthampton, Mass., '36-41; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '42-3; 
prin., Bristol (Ct.) acad., '43-4; Williston acad., Easthampton, '44-7; Lenox acad., '47-9; 
supply, Berkshire co. (Mass.) pulpits, '48-65; civ. eng. and surv., '58-86; mfr., reflecting 
telescopes, Easthampton. * Inv. of protracting trigonometer. * m. Mary L. Bingham, 
W.Cornwall, Vt., 22 May '44. * Bros., Addison, '39; Horace, '4?. * d. 6 Oct. '89. 

♦Lebbeus Rude Phillips. Amherst, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * b. Ashfield, Mass., 1 Nov. '06; son of Elijah and 
Fanny (Rood); prep., New Ipswich, N.H. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '36-8; ord. 
(Cong.) Sharon, Mass, 28 Jul. '41; pas. there, '41-61; res. and occ. supply, Groton, '61-80; 
Auburndale, '80-2; Newtonville, '82-3; Amherst, '83-6. * Trustee, Lawrence acad., Gro- 
ton. * m. Susannah H. Goddard, Albany, N.Y., 24 Jul. '38. * d. 7 Sep. "86. 

*Zalmon Richards. Washington, D. C. 

Teacher and author. * Fraternity founder. * b. Cummington, Mass., 8 Aug.'ii; son 
of Neh. and Eliz. (Packard);, prep., Cummington acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Prin., Still- 
water (N.Y.) acad., '38-48; Columbian univ. prep, dept., Washington, '48-51; Union acad., 
Washington, '51-61; clerk, treas. dept., '6i-8; ist supt of schs., Washington, '68-71; and. 
for D.C., '71-4; prin., Eclectic sem., '77-88; in retirement, '88-99. * Alderman, Washing- 
ton; ist pres., nat. educ. asan. * Auth., "Natural arith." * Contrib., Jour, of educ; 
h'duc. * m. Mary A. Todd, Chesterfield, Mas.s., i Dec.'36; (2) Mary F. Mather, Darien, 
Ct., 19 Aug.'74. * Son. Geo. M., '04. * d. 4 Nov. '99. 

Edmund Wright. 514 Second Av., W. Seattle, Wash. 

Clergyman (retired). * Fraternity founder. * b Easthampton, Mass., i lul.'oS; son 
of Medad and Mary (Clapp). ' B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '36-9; city miss., St. 
Louis, Mo., '39-41; ord. (Presb.) St. Louis, Apr. '4/; tract and S.S. agt., '41-2; pas., Wes- 
ton, '42-9; St. Louis, '49-56; state agt.. Am. tract soc, '56-63; state supt. for Am. Bible 
HOC., '63-88; retired, '88-. * m. Achsah !•". Hurd, Bridport, Vt., iiAug.'42. * Bro., 
Russell M., '41. 

1837 

*Daniel Brown. West Somers, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * b. Nelson, N.II., 23 Jul.'i4. " B.A. * 
Theol. stu. (priv.) '37-9; ord. (I'resb.) W.Somers, N.Y., .23 Oct '39; pas. there, '39-46. * 
m. Susan Tompkins, 15 Apr.'39. * d. i'eekskill, NY., 8 Nov. '46. 

Solomon Clark. 1245 yad St., Chicago, 111. 

Clergyman (retired). * Fraternity founder. * b. Northampton, Mass., 2Mar.'ii; son 
of Luther and Lucy (Allen); prep., Hopkins acad. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., 
'37-40; ord. (Cong.) Petersham, Mass., i2Apr.'4i; pas. there, '41-51; S. Canton, '51-8; 
Plainfield, '58-86;" Goshen, '86-92. * Auth., "O. T. chronology," Bost. Recorder. '63; 
"Memor. of Susan W. Vining," '66: "Antiquities, historicals, and graduates of Northamp- 
ton," '82; "Hampshire co. and for. missions,'' '80-90: "Hist, catalog of the ist ch.," '91. * 
Contrib., Puritan Recorder: Bost. Recorder; .4m. messenger ; N.Y. Observer; Hampshire 
Gasettc. * m. Eliz. N. Haven, Dedham, Mass., 5 May '41 ; (2) Mrs. Lucy E. Gilbert, 
Plainfield, s Oct.'sS. 



WILLI a:ms — 183;. 95 

*Edward Clarke. Springfield, Mass. 

•Clergyman. * Fraternity founder and drafter of 1st const. * b. Chesterfield, Mass., 
10 Jul. '10; son of Richard; prep., Cummington acad. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., 
'38-9 ;ord. (Cong.) Middlefield, Mass., i9jun.'39; pas. there, '39-52; Ashfield, '56-8; Hunt- 
ington, '60-s; Chesterfield, '65-72; w.c, '72-82; Springfield, '82-91. * Mem., Mass. h. of 
reps., '70. * m. Diantha Jenkins, Cummington, Mass., 18 Apr.'39; (2) Julia Hyde, Becket, 
Mass., 12 Mar.'44. * d. n Jan. '91. 

*Stephen Johnson Field. San Francisco, Cal. 

Judge. * Fraternity *ounder; lion. l>res. of fraternity, '84. * h. Haddam, Ct., 4 Nov. 
16; son of Rev. Dr. David D. and Submit (Dickinson); prep, privately at Smyrna, Turkey. 

* Valedic; <t> B K. ; B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., N.Y. city, '37-40; adm. to bar, '40; law. 
(with David D. Field); '40-8; in Eur., '48-9; law., San Francisco, Cal., '49; Marysville, 
'50-7; asso. jus., Cal. sup. ct., '57-9; chief jus., '59-63; asso. jus., U.S. sup. ct., '63-97; 
prof, of law, univ. of Cal., '97-9. * One of the founders of Marysville, Cal., and ist 
alcalde, '49; mem., ist Cal. legis., '51; on com. to prepare law code for Cal., '73; mem., 
elec. com., '77. * Pub., Judicial opinions. * LL.D.,'64; Cal., '69. * m. Sue V. Swear- 
ingen, San Francisco, 2 Jan. '59. * d. Washington, D.C., 9 Apr. '99. 

Lewis Conger Lockwood. Woodhaven, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * b. New Windsor, N.Y. 20 Dec. '15; son of Saml. 
and Mary (Conger); prep., Newburg acad. * At Williams, '34-6; at Union, '36-8; A.B. 

* Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '38-9, '40-1; Un. theol. sem., '39; Lane theol. sem., '41-2; ord. 
(Presb.) Cincinnati, O., 6 0ct.'42; pas., Reading, '42-3; S. Butler, N.Y., '43-4; Middle- 
town, '44-50; L'pper Aquebogue, '50-1; N.Y. city, '52-4; Saugerties, '54-6; Middlefield, Ct., 
'56; Meriden, '57-8; Saugerties, N.Y.. '58-60; org., ist freedman's sch., Hampton, Va., '61; 
miss, there, '61-5; Brooklyn, S.Y., '65-74; pas., Melville, L.I., '74-85; w.c, Woodhaven, 
N.Y., '85-; ord. of N.Y. emigrant aid soc, (for Kan.); org. of N.Y. army com. (merged in 
chr. com.); chap. gen. of forming regs., '61. * Auth, "Memor. of Mrs. Mary Peake"; 
"Garfield memor."; "Gospel hymnal," '89; "Trumpet peals by Dr. Talmage," '90. * m. 
Huldah Terrey, Aquebogue, L.I., 14 Sep.'S2. 

*Lyndon Graves Lyman. Newark, N. J. 

Dentist. * Fraternity founder. * b. Charlemont, Mass., 14 Jun.'io; son of Aaron and 
Electa (Graves). * .\t Williams, '33-5. * Dent., Newark, N.J. * m. Maiy W. Cast- 
ner, Washington, N.J., 8 Jul. '44; (2) Jane Robb, Newark, 12 Jan. '53. * d. 4 Sep. '71. 

Henry Morgan. Albany, Ga. 

Lawyer. * Fraternity founder. * b. Stockbridge, Mass., 8 Jan. '14; son of Geo. C. and 
Eunice (Talman); prep., Stockbridge. * At Williams, '33-5. * Tea., Americus, Ga., 
'36-7; Palmyra, '38-9; law stu., '42-5; founder and ed.. Southwestern Georgian, Albany, 
'41-5; adm. to bar, '45; law., '45-. * Mem., Ga. const, conv., '65; Ga. leg[is., '68-9; judge, 
dist. ct., '71-2. 

♦William Henry Noble. Burlington, la. 

Editor. * Fraternity founder. * b. Williarastown, Mass., 22 May '17; son of Danl. 
and Esther B. ; prep., Williamstown. * B.A. * Teacher; civil eng. on construction of 
Bost. water works; ry. builder in Me., Pa., O., and Wis.; ed., Nat. jnercliant, Burlington, 
la. * m. Jenny Orr, Brunswick, Me., '47. * d. Hampton, 111., 31 May '67. 

*Eber Myers Rollo. Stephentown, N. Y. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Stephentown, N.Y., 22 Mar.'i3; son of Apollos and Eliz. 
(Wass.); prep., Spencertown acad. * B.A. * Prin., De Ruyter (N.Y.) inst., '38-40; 
Homer and Binghamton acads., '40-8; farmer and theol. stu., Stephentown, '48-51; ord. 
(Presb.) Sand Lake, 7 Jun.'ji; pas there, '51-4; Greenbush, '54-61; prin., Oneida sem., 
'61-5; pas., Stephentown, (established Maple Grove sem.) '65-74; prin., Del. lit. inst., '74-8; 
farmer, Stephentown, '78-80. * Supt., Rensselaer co. schs., '49-50. * m. Eliz. C. Doty, 
Stephentown, 13 Sep. '38. * d. 22 Dec. '80. 

'-Comfort Sparks. Lanesboro, Mass. 

Teacher. * Fraternity founder. * h. Mt. Washington, Mass.; son of Comfort. * 
B.A. * Tea.. Lanesboro, '37-8. * d. 2 Oct.'3S. 

Francis Wilder Tappan. Fairhaven, Mass 

Lawyer and real estate. * Fraternity founder. * b. Boston, Mass., 29 Dec' 17; son of 
John and Sarah (Salisbury); prep., Amherst acad., Boston. * B.A. * Law stu., Johns 
town, N.Y., '38; New York city, '39-41; adm. to bar, '41; law, Ravenna, O., '42-53; com 
mercial agt., Phila. and New York, '53-69; law, and real est. agt.. New Bedford, Mass., '74- 

* Spec, justice, 3d dist. ct., Bristol co., '75-. * Pub., "Commercial agency annual," '57 

* m. Belinda L. De Peyster, Ravenna, O., 20 Dec.'43. 



gg DELTA UPSILOX UECEXXIAL. 

*George Nash Turner. Sonora, Cal. 

Fruit grower. * b. Pittsfield, Mass., 19 Jul. '16; son of Bala and Mary (Nash); prep., 
Stockbridge. * B.A., M.A. : "• Tea., Mich., '37-38; surv. and eng. for Mich. cent, ry., 
'38-49; miner on Am. riv., Cal., '49-50; farmer and fruit grower, Sonora, '50-97. * d. '97. 



1838 

"^Davis Alton. Sandusky, 0. 

Business. * b. \\hitestown, \.Y., 17 Dec.'io; son of Wm. and Polly (Harbach) ; prep., 
Middlebury acad., Wyoming, N.Y. * B.A. * I,aw stu., Rochester, N.Y., '38-41- adm. 
to bar, '41; law., Alexander, '42-5; coal-mine owner, Pittston, Pa., '46-53; with Breckenridge 
coal CO., Cloverport, Ky.. '53-7; N.Y. city, '57-61; raising troops for service, '61; with Gen. 
Fremont's pontoon train, '62-3; comsd. paymaster, Apr. '63; resigned, 13 Apr.'65; res., San- 
dusky, O., '65-7. * Mem., Repub. nat. conv.. '60. * m. Eveline M. Benedict, Dec. '43; 
(2) Helen C. Williams, Pittston, Pa., Feb.'53. * d. 20 Mar.'67. 

=iWillard Brigham. Winchendon, Mass, 

Clergyman. * Fralernity founder. * b. Marlboro, Mass., 4 May '13; son of Caleb 
and Hannah; prep., Andover acad. * B.A. ■" Tea., Pepperell, Mass., "38-9; stu.. And. 
theol. sem., '39-42; ord. (Cong.) N. Wardsboro, \'t., 24 May '43 ; pas. there, '43-55; Ash- 
field, Mass., '55-63; Wendell, '64-7; S. Wellfleet, '67-9; Winchendon, '69-74. * m. Maria 
Davenport, Boylston, jMass., 4 May '43; (2) Laura Cleveland, Medfield, 2 Oct. '60. * d. 2 
Mar. '74. 

*Edward Flint Brooks. Elgin, 111. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * b. Halifax, Vt.. 27 Sep. '12; prep., Halifax. * 
At W'illiams, '34-6; at Washington, '37-9, A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '39-42; ord. 
(Presb.) Raritan. N.J., 20 Oct. '42; pas., French Creek, Va., '42-3; R-verhead, L.I., '44-6; 
W. Woodstock, C^t., '4<^-5o; Manchester, N.j., '50-1; Gill, Mass., '51-5; Mansfield, Ct., '59- 
66: Westminster, '66-7; Paris, N.Y., '68-72; Elgin, HI., '72. * m. Harriet Woods, Hali- 
fax, \t. * d. 15 Sep. '72. 

-William Bross. Chicago, 111. 

Editor. * Fraternity founder; orat., '76 com\; prcs., 'S3 conz'. : del. to '84 com', from 
Chicago club; lion. prcf.. '88 conv.; pres., Chicago dub. * h. Port Jervis, K.J., 4 Nov. '13; 
son of Moses and Jane (Winfield); prep., Milford, Pa. * Pres., Philotechnian; commenc. 
speaker; * B K. ; B'..\.; M.A. * Prin., Ridgebury (N.Y.) acad., '38-43; tea., Chester, '43-8; 
in firm of Griggs, Bross & co., booksellers, Chicago, 111., '48-9; ed., Prairie herald, '49-51; 
Dem. Fress, '52-8; Chicago Tribune, '58-90. * Alum, orat., Williams, '66; trustee. Lake 
Forest iiniv. ; v. pres., Chicago acad. of sci., '76-81, and pres., '82; pres.. 111. internal, union, 
'68; direct., mfr's. nat. bank, and 111. state ins. co. ; mem., Chicago city council, '55; lieut.- 
gov. of 111., '64. * Auth., "Hist, of Chicago," '66; "Tom Quick" (an Indian romance), 
'76. * m. Mary J. Jansen, Ridgebury, N.Y., 7 Oct. '39. * d. 27 Jan. '90. 

*Elias Clark. West Salem, Wis. 

Clergyman. * b. Orange, Ct., 12 Jul. '14; son of Neh. and Sarah (Clark). * At Wil- 
liams, '34-6; at Union. '36-8, A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '38-9; Yale div. sch., '39-40; 
ord. (C!ong.) Egremont, Mass., 7 Jan. '51; pas., Franklin, O., '49-50; Egremont, Mass., 
'51-7; Rochester, Minn., '57-60; Bellevue, O., '61-4; Ottumwa. la., '64-6; \\'. Salem, Wis., 
'66. * m. Adelaide Smith, Lee, Mass., 8 Apr.'57. * d. 29 Oct. '66. 

Cole Heman Denio. Sandbank, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Shaftsbury, \'t., i Nov. '13; son of .'\aron and Deborah (Word); prep., 
E.Bennington. * B..\. * Law stu. and law., Troy, N.Y., '38-93; Sandbank, '93- * m. 
Jane E. Gleason, S. Shaftsbury, Vt., 22 Feb.'46. 

*William Norris Edwards. . Troy, 0. 

School superintendent. * b. Richmond, Mass., 4 Jul. '12; son of Caleb and Rhoda 
(Strong); prep., Wiliam and Mary's col. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Nunda, N.Y., '38-40; 
stu., Aub. theol. sem., '40-2; tea., Lebanon, (O.) acad., '45-7; Vincennes, Ind., '47-8; Day- 
ton, O., '48-52; supt., Troy un. sch., '52-67. * m. Mary Kelley, Troy, 10 Jul. '56. * d. 
3 Aug.'67. 

*Thomas Amory Hall. Monterey, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Frdternity founder. * h. Hawley, Mass., 2Sep.'i3; son of Eben. and 
Marg. (Washburne) ; prep., Greenfield. * Pres., Philologian; salut. ; <t B K. ; B.A. * 
Tea., and theol. stu., Worthington. Mass., '38-41; ord. (Cong.) Dalton, Mass., i6Jun.'4i; 
pas. there, '41-7; prin., Lee acad., '47-55; pas., (Jtis, '55-64; chap., 25th U.S.C.T., .\ug.'64; 
disch., 7jun.'65; pas., Monterey, Mass., '65-71. * m. Mary Strong, Southampton, Mass., 
25 Aug.'40. * d. 17 Sep. '71. 



WILLIAMS— 1838. 97 

*Frederick Herring Hastings. Brainard, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * b. Albany, N.Y., 2 Dec. '18; son of Seth and J^fary (Herring); prep., 
Wilhamstown. * B.A. * Law., Albany, '38-48; cotton mfr., Brainard, '48-69. * 
Mem., \.V. sen., '64-5. * m. Frances F. Hosmer, Albany, i4Apr.'42; (2) Lavinia C. 
King, Sutton, Mass., 27 Dec. '55; (3) Loraine E. King, Sutton, 30 Apr. "63. * d. 15 Oct.'69. 

*Edward Payson Hawkes. Milton, N. C. 

Teacher. * b. Peru, Mass., '19; son of Roswell and Eliza (Fitch); prep., Benn'ington' 
Vt. * B.A.; M.A. " Tea., Milton, N.C., '38-51. * Drowned, Jun.'si. 

*John Peabody Hills. Oakford, 111. 

Clergyman. ' Fraternity founder. * b. Hancock, N.H., 29 Tan. '10; son of Tos. and 
Ohve (Knight); prep., Kimball acad. * At Williams, '34-6; at Marietta, '37-9, "A.B. * 
Stu.,- Lane thcol. sem., '40-2; pas., Manchester and Oakford, 111., '42-56. * m. Cynthia 
Kimball. * d. '56. 

^Rowland Sears Howes. Rome, Pa. 

Teacher. * b. Hawley, Mass., 25 Nov.'og. * Philos. orat. ; * B K. ; B.A. ; M.A. * 
Tea., Shelburne Falls, Mass., '38-40; Troy, N.Y., '40-8; Staten Island, '48-57; prin., 
Wilkes-Barre (Pa.) female sem., '57-64; in retirement, Rome, '64-7. * m. Harriet Cook, 
.\slifield, Mass., 18 Aug.'4i. * d. ii.Tul.'67. 

*F6ster Lilly. Hume, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * b. Hawley, Mass., 6 Tun. '12; son of Foster and 
Deborah; prep., Binghamton (N.Y.) acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'38-41; ord. (I'resb.) Spencer, N.V., ii Sep.'4i ; pas., Chenango Forks, '41; Gainsboro, Can. 
W., '42; Deposit, N.Y., '42-5; Hornellsville, '45-9; Kennedyville, "49-52; home miss., 
Wheeler, Spencer and Hume, '52-5. * m. Caroline Bently, '48. * Bro.. Anna H., '48. 

* d. Andover. N.Y., 23 Dec. '55. 

-Theophilus Page. Rahway, N. J. 

Merchant. * Fraternity founder. * b. Hawley, Mass., 4 Jul. '14; son of Phineas and 
Lynthia (Macormber); prep., Hawley. * B.A. * Tea., N.Y. city and Ky., '38-40; news- 
dealer, Rahway, N.I., '40-3; merchant, '43-85. * d. 6 Jan.'85. 

-Charles Peabody. Longmeadow, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder. * h. Peterboro, N.H.. i lul.'io; son of John and 
l-:iiz. (Goodrich); prep., Iladlcy (Mass.) acad. * B..-^. * Stu.,' And theol. sem"., '38-41; 
ord. (Cong.) Biddeford. Me., 8 Dec. '41; pas. there, '41-2; Barrington, R.I., '42-6; Ash- 
ford, Ct., -'46-50; Windsor, Mass., '50-4; Pownal, Vt., '54-7; Biddeford, Me., '57-66; Eliot, 
'66-9 Epsom, N.H., '69-72; Ashburnham, Mass., '72-5; w.c, Ashburnham, '75-7; Long- 
meadow, '77-96- * m. Mrs. Almira (Porter) White, Williamstown, Mass., 13 Nov. '41; 
(2) Emily .S. Ball, Lee, 10 Dec. '57. * d. 9 Feb. '96. 

-David Pise. Glendale, 0. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder : rcc. sec. ; fires. * b. Belchertown, Mass., 29 Sep.'is ; 
son of David P. and Dorcas (Ayres) ; prep., Bennington, Vt., and Charlemont, Mass. * 
<I>BK.(Union hon.) ; B..^. M..\. * Prin., New Woodstock (N.Y.) acad., '38-9; Fayette- 
ville acad., '39-41; stu., N.Y. gen. theol. sem., '41-2; priv. tea. and theol. stu., N.Y. city, 
'42-5; rect. Manlius. '45-8; rect. and acad. prin., Fayetteville, '48-50; rect., Clarksville, 
Tenn., '50-6; Columbia (instr. Western niilit. inst.) '56-68; New Albany, Ind., '68-73; a'so 
canon of cathedral, Portland, Me., '73-.^,; Glendale, O.. '75-94. * Trustee, univ. of the 
S., '56-68; sec. of bd., '60-8; pres., standing com.. Dioceses of Tenn., '57-68; and of Dio- 
ceses of S.O., '86-94; ficp. to gen. conv. from Dioceses of Tenn., Ind., ^le., and O., '56-90. 

* Pub., conv. memor.. hist, sermons, and addresses. * A.M., Hobart '45; D.D., Stewart 
'56; D.D., univ. of tlie S., '65. * m. .'\melia S. Allison, N.Y. city, 24 Jun.'46. * d. 19 
Aug.'94. 

-John H Westfall. , Ga. 

. * b. Wantage township, X.J. * At \Villiams, '3.1.-6. * Went to Ga. * 

Dead. 

*Francis Williams. East Hartford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Fraternity founder; {'res. * b. -Ashfield, Mass., 2 Jan. '14; son of Israel 
and Lavinia (Joy) ; prep., Ashfield and Shelburne F-alls. * Pres., Mills and Philotechnian 
sees.; B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '38-41; ord. (Cong.) Eastford, Ct., 22 Sep. '41; pas. 
there, '41-51; Bloomfield, '51-8; Chaplin, '58-92; w.c, E.Hartford, '92-6. * Trustee, Hart, 
theol. sem., '58-96: direct., Ct. home miss, soc, and trustee of fund for disabled ministers; 
mem., Ct. legis., '76. * Auth., "Hist, of Williams family," and sermons. * m. Mahala 
R. Badger, Springfield, Mass., 22 Oct. '41. * Bro., Fordyce, Rochester '55. * d. 8 Jan. '96. 



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1839 
John Milton Brewster. 14 Pomeroy Av., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Becket, Mass., 28 Nov. '17; son of John M. and Philena (Higley) ; prep., 
Lenox acad. * B.A. ; M.A. * Med. stu., Pittsfield, '39-42; M.D., Berkshire med. col., 
'42; phys., Amherst, '42-52; Springfield, 's.s-6; supt., state primary sch., Monson, '58-68; 
phys. and druggist, Pittsfield, '68-88. * Supt. schs., Pittsfield, '68-74. * m. Catherine 
A. Wright, Blandford, Mass., 3 Jun.'46; (2) Cor. S. Hubbard, Hinsdale, 17 Apr.'55. 

*John Griswold Buel. Saratoga, N. Y. 

* b. Troy, N.Y., pDec.'iQ: son of David. * B.A. * Law stu.; adm. to 

bar; res., Cooperstown, '66-75; Saratoga, '75-7. * d. 17 Mar. '77. 

*Edward Alexander Dickinson. Jamestown, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Hadley, Mass., 12 Jan. '12; son of \Vm. and Eliz. (Worthington) ; prep., 
Northampton. * B.A. * Prin., Jamestown acad., '39-54; Tecumseh (Mich.) h.s., '55-6; 
Jamestown (N.Y.) acad., '57-63; merchant, '63-80. * m. Maria Fletcher, Jamestown, '42. 

* d. 24 Feb.'So. 

*Wyle Richardson Ellis. Kingston, Mass. 

Teacher. * b. Newton, Mass., 3 Sep.'t7; son of Wm. and Bridget (Richardson); prep., 
Newton. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Hopkinsville, Ky., '39-40; Raymond, Miss., '40; Bayou 
Sara, La., '41; Sandwich, Mass., '41-5; prin., Kingston boys' sch., '45-80; in retirement, 
'80-96. * Supt., Kingston schs., '72-9. * m. Clara J. Kellogg, Williamstown, 21 Aug.'42. 

* d. 36 Apr. '96. 

♦Jonathan Ford. Kansas City, Mo 

Insurance. * b. Lisle, N.Y., igDec.'is; son of Rev. Henry and Eliz; prep., McGregor 
ville. * B.A. ; M.A. * Prin., Claverack (N.Y.) acad., '39-41; Hudson acad., '41-8 
farmer, Dane co.. Wis., '49-51; tea., Milwaukee, '51-2, '58-9: bookseller, '52-7; sch. supt. 
'50-62; ins. agt., '62-7; Kansas City, '67-90. * .Asst. U.S. assessor of int. rev. * m 
Sarah A. Smith, Williamstown, Mass., '41; (2) Anna M. Bullock, Nov.'47. * Bro., Henry 
A., '42. * d. 17 Sep. '90. 

Thomas Gold Gardiner. Crockett PI., San Antonio, Tex. 

Farmer and stock raiser. * b. Pharsalia, N.Y. ; son of Wm. G. and Caroline W. (Gold); 
prep., Amherst, Mass. * At Williams, '35-6. * Farmer and stock raiser, Galveston and 
San Antonio, Tex., '36-. 

*Charles Goddard Hazeltine. Morristown, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Warren, Pa., 12 Oct. '20; son of Abner and Matilda (Hayward); prep., 
Jamestown acad. and Cherry X'^alley (N.Y.) acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., Warren, 
'39-40; tea.. Millville (N.Y.) acad., '40-2; stu.. And. theol. sem., '42-3; tea., Westboro, 
Mass., '43-6: Williamstown, '46-8; Cherry Valley, '48-61; prin., Morristown (N.Y.) female 
inst., '62-75; res., Morristown, '75-80. * m. F. Caroline Bulkley, Granville, N.Y., 24 
Aug.'54. * Bro., Abner, ' s6. * d. 24jun.'8o. 

*EdmTind Burke Jennings. New London, Ct. 

Civil engineer. * Rec.sec, pres. * b. Dalton, Mass., 14 Sep. '19; son of Rev. Eben. 

* Monitor; grand marshal, 4 Jul. '37; comenc. day marshal; B.A.; M.A. * Prin., Tus- 
■kegee (Ala.) acad., '40-8; prof, of I.at. and Gr.. Ala. clas. cci. and milit. col., Tuskegee, 
'48-50; prin., New London fCt.) h.s., '50-74; city eng. and ex-officio mem., ct. of com. 
pleas, '74-95. * Ed., Com. sch. jour. * Mem., Am. educ. assn. * m. Melissa C. Bulk- 
ley, Branville, N.Y., 12 Jan.'42. * d. 18 Sep.'gs. 

*Ezra Gordon Johnson. Centerville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. N.Y. city, '17. * B.A. * Pas., Johnstown, O., '43-50; Centerville, 
N.Y., '50-1. * m. Miss Andrews, Durham, Ct., '40. * d. '51. 

*Jonathan Sheldon Judd. Middlebury, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Westhampton, Mass., 4 Feb. '16; son of Ebenezer and Dolly (Lyman). 

* B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '39-42; ord. (Cong.) Whateley. 12 Oct. '43; pas. there, 
'43-55; Middlebury, Ct., '56-64. * m. Emily E. Wolcott, W.Springfield, Mass., 16 Nov 
'43; (2) Emily C. Smith, Terryville, Ct., i May '62. * d. 1 1 May '64. 



WILLIAMS— 1839- 99 

*George Kerr. Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Carrickfergus, Ire., i8 Dec. '12; son of Robt. and Mary 
(Ruchannan); prep., Hunter, N.Y. * X^aledic; 4> B K. ; B.A. * Tea., Schoharie, '39-40; 
stii., IJn. theol. sem., '40-3; ord (R.D.) '43; pas., Conesville, '43-6; prin., Franklin acad., 
'46-60; pres., N.Y. agri. col., '61; prin., Watertown acad., '6.3-5; Cooperstown acad., '65-7. 

* LL. D., Hamilton, '$2. * m. Lucia M. Hamilton, Schoharie, '45. * d. 27 Mar.'67. 

*Nathaniel Lasell. Amesbury, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Schoharie, N.Y., 4 Feb. '14; son of Chester and Nancy (Manning). 

* Salut. ; I' B K. ; B.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '42-5; pas., Newport, N.Y., '45-50; ord. 
fCong.) W.Stockbridge, Mass., 14 May '50; pas. there, '50-3; Amesbury, '53-6; Exeter, 
N.H., '56-60; Salisbury, '60-4; Brentwood, N.H., '66-9; W. Newbury, '69-73; Mattapoisett, 
'75-8; w.c, Amesbury, '78-80. * m. Mrs. Susan T. Winkley, Amesbury, Mass., 25 Jun.'s6. 

* Bros., Jo^iah. '44; Saml. M., '44. * d. 4 Feb. '80. 

Addison Lyman. 1417 Fourth Av., Grinnell, la. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Easthampton, Mass., 3 Dec. '13; son of Danl. and Sally 
(Clapp); prep., Easthampton and Southampton. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Cambridge, 
N.Y., '39-41; stu., Auburn theol. sem., '41-4; ord. by Galena (111.) Presb., i5May'47; 
miss., Geneseo, 111., '43-7; prin., Geneseo sem., '47-54; miss., Sheffield, '54-68; Kellogg, la., 
'68-70; Valley Church, '71; Highland and Mitchelville, '72; direc. of schs., Kellogg, '73-6; 
w.c, Kellogg, Grinnell. * Contrib., Christian intelligencer : DesMoines Netvs; Kellogg 
Enterprise. * Mem., Am. assn. of sci. * m. Theresa Lyman, Easthampton, Mass., 9 Sep. 
'45; (2) Mrs. Catherine A. Pitkin, Delavan, Wis., 4 Dec. '47. * Bros., Josiah, '.?6; Horace, 

'.■f2. 

^William Ward Mitchell. Winsted, Ct. 

Farmer. * b. Cummington, Mass., 24 Jan. '16: son of Chester and Venila (Richards); 
prep., Cummington. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Greenfield, Mass., '40-2; Tuskegee, Ala., 
'43-4; Stillwater, N.Y., '44-5; Chicopee, Mass., '46-54; Northampton, '54-7; Ashfield, 
'69~73; Hadley, '73-8; farmer, Cummington, '57-98. * Mem.. Mass. h. reps., '82. * m. 
Lucy L. Goodwin, Ashfield, 24 Jul. '45. * d. 10 Dec. '98. 

*John Nichols. Janesville, Wis. 

Lawyer. * b. Dracut, Mass., 6 Oct.'ro; son of Saml. and Susan (Parker). * B.A. * 
Tea., Walpole (N.H.) acad., ',59-41; Littleton, '41-2; tea. and law stu., Guildhall, Vt., '42-7; 
adm. to Vt. bar, '43; Wis. bar, '47; law., Janesville, Wis., '47-89. * Clerk, circ. ct., 
'48-52; dep. clerk, '52-6; Circ. ct. comr. * m. Betsey Cushman, Guildhall, Vt., 22 Mar. 
'44. • d. 25 Jun.'gS. 

*Zenas Montague Phelps. Amherst, Mass. 

Teacher. * b. Westhampton, Mass., ipjul.'ii; son of Luke and Mary (Montague); 
prep., Westhampton. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '39-41; tea., Harwinton, Ct., 
'41-4; Yellow Spa, O., '45-9; Sing Sing, N.Y., '50-7; Riverdale, '58-63; res., Amherst, 
Mass., '63-72. * m. -Annie S. Barton, Baltimore, Md., 12 Aug.'sS. * d. 4 Jul. '72. 

*Merritt Franklin Potter. Hinckley, 111. 

Physician. * b. Charlemont, Mass., 19 Jun.'.->o; son of Saml. and Sophia; prep., Ben- 
nington, Vt. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., in south, '39-43; stu., Berkshire and Harv. med. 
schs., "43-6, ]\LD. ; phys., Charlemont, '46-54; Kaneville, 111., '54-70; Hinckley, '70-86. * 
Mem.. Mass. med. soc. * m. Harriet Winslow, Charlemont, Mass., 28 Aug.'46. * d. 
ZT, Jun.'86. 

*David Jefferson Pratt. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teaclier. * At Williams, '35-7; at Union, '37-9, B.A. * See Union. 

^Levi Rose. Howard, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. N.Branford. Ct., '03; son of Levi and Mary (Page); prep.. New 
Haven. * B..\.; M.A. * Stu.. Aub. theol. sem., '39-4 r; ord. (Presb.) Barton, Can. W., 
II Sep.'4i; pas. there, '41-4; Burton, O., '44-5; Howard, N.Y., '45-52. * m. Eliza Strat- 
ton. Auburn, N.Y. * d. 4jun.'52. 

*Lucian Royes. Chester, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. New Marlboro, Mass., 2 Mar.'ii; son of John and Polly (Hinman) ; prep., 
Milford, Pa. * B.A. * Tea., Weston, N.Y., '40-2; Deekertown, '42-6; Chester, '46. * 
d. 6 Sep.'46. 



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*Townsend Walker. Goshen, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Monterey, Mass., loNov.'ii; prep., Bennington, Vt. * B.A. * 
.Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '39-42; ord. (Presb.) Baldwinsville, N.Y., i2Mar.'44; pas. there, 
'42-52; Huntington, RIass., '53-65; Go.shen, '6S-73. * m. Ann Anderson, Fulton, N.Y., 
30 Sep. '42. * d. 31 Tul.'73- 

Samuel Jessup White. Walton, N. Y. 

Cleroyman (retired). * b. Durham, N.Y., 7Mar.'i5; son of Jeremiali and ^latilda 
(■Howell); prep., ISurr sem., Manchester, Vt. * Pres.. Philologian; B.A. ; ^LA. * Stu., 
Un. theol. sem., '39-42; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. city, 9 Oct. '42; sch. supt., Yorktown, N.Y., 
'42-3; pas., Franklin, '43-51; Cannonsville, '52-60; Gilbertsville, '60-8; Walton, '68-75; 
Cornwall, Ct., '75-83: retired, Downsville, '83-. * Supt., schs., Cannonsville. * D.D., 
'74. * m. Mary' A. Finch, Unadilla, N.Y., 12 Oct. '46. 

*Wiliiam James White. Worcester, Mass. 

Business. * b. Boylston, Mass., 11 Mar.'ii; son of Aaron and Mary (Avery); prep., 
Middlebury (\'t.) acad. and Andover (Mass.) acad. * At Brown, '35-7; at Williams, 
'37-9. B.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '39-42; ord. (Cong.) Boylston, 20 Sep. '42; home 
miss., Chateaugay, Can., '42-3: Concord, Mich., '43-4; pas., Lubec, Me., '44-5; Fairfax and 
Fletcher, \'t., '47-9; in bus., Worcester, Mass., '50-89. * m. Harriet R. Ames, W. Boyls- 
ton, Mass., i3AIay'5o. * d. 20 Oct.'89. 

*Charles Gold Wright. Ne-w Orleans, La. 

Broker. * b. Pittsfield. Mass., irjan.'ao; son of Orwin and Frances J. (Gold); prep., 
Sheldon acad., Southampton. * At Williams, '35-7- * Med. stu.; cotton broker. New 
Orleans, La., '45-63. * m. Celina Allain, New Orleans, 16 Jan. '45. * d. 9 Dec. '63. 

*Ephraim Monroe Wright. Chicago, 111. 

Clergyman. * b. Northampton. Mass., 24 Jul. '13; son of Zenas and Martha (Clapp). * 
B.A.; M.A. ■* Stu., ITn. theol. sem., '39-40; Yale div. sch., '40-1; tea., Williston sem., 
Eastham.pton, Mass., '44-8; mem.. Mass. sen., '48-9: in Bost. custom house, '49-53; Mass. 
sec. of state, '53-5; mfr., Williamsburg, '57-61; ord. (Cong.) Bethlehem, Ct., 3 Jul. '61; pas. 
there, '61-6; Terrvville, Ct., '65-70; tea., Williston sem., Easthampton, Mass., '70-2; trav. 
in S..^., '72-3; res., Lee Center and Chicago, 111., '73-8- * i"- ^lay M. Graves, Williams- 
burg, Mass., '41. * d. Northampton, Mass., 17 May '78. 



1840 

*James Watson Bro'wn. Framingham, Mass. 

Physician and teacher. * b. Framingham, Mass.. 13 Apr.' 13; son of Jas. and Nancy F. ; 
prep., Exeter acad. * TSt Eng. orat. ; * B K. ; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Stowe acad., '40; 
priv. sch., Framingham, '41-9; med. stu., univ. of Pa., '49-51. M.D.; phys., Framingham, 
'51; tea., priv. sch., '51-9; mem., Mass. h. of reps., '59-60; dep. coll. of int. rev., '62-70; 
supt., Framingham schs., '70-7; in retirement, '77-92. * Mem., sch. com., '56-70; chair- 
man, bd. selectmen, '55-60: sec, Middlesex co. agri. soc, "61-78. * m. Mary J. Brewer, 
Framingham, 14 Apr. '41. * d. 7 Jul. '92. 

-•James Madison Burt. Oswego, N. Y. 

:Merchant. * b. Pittsfield, Mass., i2Sep.'i2; son of Eben. and Naome (Clark); prep., 
Pittsfield, Mass. * B.A.: M.A. * Tea. in Ala., '40-3; Cortland and Oswego, N.Y., '43; 
merchant, Cleveland, O., '65: Oswego, N.Y., '65-70. * m. Martha A. Bulkley, Williams- 
town, Mass., Jan. '42. * d. 4 Mar. '70. 

^George Marsh Cady. Nichols, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Windsor, Mass., '10; son of Eleazer and Mary (Marsh); prep., Hins- 
dale. Mass. * At Williams. '37-8. * Med. stu.. Richmond, Mass. and Berkshire med. 
col., M.n.; phys., Nichols, N.Y. * m. Lesbia H. Piatt, Nichols. * d. '75. 

Ed-ward P Clark. 

Physician. " At Williams, '37-S * Med. stu., phys., N.Y. city (last known address). 

Barnabas Collins. 

. * At Williams, '37-8. * Last known address, Newark, N.J. 



WILLIA^^rS -1840. IQl 

^Augustus Cornwall. New York City. 

Lavvyrr. * b. Catskill, N.Y., 13 Mar. '19; son of Amos and Eliz. (Hand); prep., Cats- 
kill. * B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., Catskill, '40-3; adm. to bar, '43; law., Catskill, '43-5; 
Rock Island, 111., '45; Coxsackie, N.Y., '46-50; N.V. city, '50-60; Bloomfield, N..T., '60-70; 
-M.V. cilv, '70-83. * Supervisor, ("o.xsackie; exam, in ctiancery, N.Y. city; in N.Y. cus- 
tom house, '73-83. * m. Catherine .ludd, Catskill, Apr.'35. * d. 21 May '83. 

*01iver Diman. New London, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. ]'"airfield, Ct., -Sep.' 18; prep., Fairfield. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., 
New London, Ct., '40-1; stu., Harv. law sch. and Xorwalk, Ct., '41-4; adm. to Mass. bar, 
'44; law., r.oston, '44-50; stu., And. theol. sem., '50-3; pas., Keosauqua, la., '53-4; w.c, 
New London, Ct., '54-5. * d. 22 Aug.'55. 

^"Charles Noble Emerson. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Williamstown, Mass., 6 Feb. '21; son of Clias. N. and Charlotte (Bucke- 
ley) ; prep., Lenox acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., Lanesboro, Greenfield and Boston, 
Mass., '40-3; adm. to bar, '43; law. in N.C., '43-5; Great Barrington, Mass., '45-8; N.Y. 
city, '58-61; Pittsfield, '62-9. * Poet for Williams alum., '63; pres., alum, assn., '68-9; 
U.S. assessor, 10 Mass. dist., '62; mem., Mass. h. of reps. * m. Frances E. Shaw, Lanes- 
boro, Mass.. 22 Au.g.'43; (2) Teannic Forbes, N.V. city, 7 Oct.'s2. * d. 8 Apr.'69. 

*Hiram Warner Farnswoith. Topeka, Kan. 

Business. * b. Brattleboro, Vt., 13 Oct. '16; son of Flileazor and Lydia (Thomas); prep., 
Brattleboro. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., in Ala., '41; New London, (Ct.) female acad., 
'41-55; railroading, Norwich, '55-6; prop., .saw and flour mills, Topeka, Kan., '56-84; in 
retirement, '84-99. * In ist Kan. sen., '59; U.S. agt. for Kan. Indians, '6r-6; sp. U.S. 
Indian conir., '67; mayor, Topeka, '60; postmaster, '69-73; trustee, Washburn col.; clerk, 
state bd. educ, '76-. * m. Delia T. Lerow, Boston, Mass., i7Mar.'42; (2) Harriet A. 
Stoddard, New London, Ct., 4 Dec. '55. * d. 26 Jul. '99. 

*Daniel Delavan Frost. Olivet, Mich. 

Clergyman. * b. Carniel, N.Y., 26 Sep. '12; son of John and Cornelia (Delavan); prep., 
Carmel acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., (jreen River, ("N.Y.) acad., '40-2; stu., Un. theol. 
sem., '42-4; ord. (Cong.) Redding, Ct., 29 Dec. '46; pas. there, '46-57; W.Stockbridge, 
Mass., '57-62; New Fairfield, Ct., '62-5; Litchfield, Mich., '65-73: LeMaro, la., '73-5; Fair- 
fax, '75-9; res., Danbury, Ct., '80-4; pas., Ridgebury, '84-7; in retirement. Olivet, Mich., 
'87-93- * m. Marietta Sherwood, Southport, Ct., r2jul.'47; (2) Charlotte E. Rogers, 
.New Fairfield, 7 Sep. '63. * d. 22 Dec. '93. 

*Charles Hawley. Auburn, N. Y, 

Clergyman. * Pros.; orat.. '6) conv. * b. Catskill. N.Y., 19 Aug.'i9; son of Ezra and 

■ (Noyes); prep., Catskill. * X'aledic. ; * B K. ; B.A. * Law stu., '40-1; stu., 

Un. theol. sem., '41-4: ord. (Presb.) N.Y. city, 29 Jan. '45; pas.. New Rochelle, N.Y., '45-8; 
Lyons, '48-57; Auburn, '57-85. * Stated clerk, Cayuga Presby. ; pres. Cayuga co. hist, 
soc. ; pres., Seymour lib. assn.; trustee, Aub. theol. sem., '76-S5; U.S. comr. to St. Thomas, 
W.L, concerning cession of Danish islands. * Auth., "'Jesuit missions," '76; "Hist, of 
1st Presb. ch. in Auburn," '76: 'Early chapters of Cayuga hist.." '79; "Early chapters of 
Seneca hist.," 'Si; hist, and memor. addresses. * D.D., Hamilton, '61. * m. Mary Hub- 
bell, Lyons, N.Y., 10 Sep. '50. * d. 26 Nov. "85. 

*Samuel Newell Hill. Vassar, Mich. 

Clergyman. * b. Lawsville, Pa., 15 Mar. '15: son of Oliver and Creusa (Wood); prep., 
Stockbridge and Stockport (Mass.) acads. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Williamstown, Mass., 
'40-3; tea., and theol. stu., Greenbush, N.Y., '43-5; ord. (Presb.) Troy, Mich., Feb. '47; pas. 
there, '47-51; Rochester, '51-5; Birmingham, '55-67; Vassar, '67-74; Ludington, '74-88; 
Brockway, '89-90: Yale (res. Vassar) 'go-?. * m. Harriet L. Ostrander, Schodac, N.Y., 
17 Aug.'46; (2) Sarah C. Cogshall, Detroit, Mich., 4 May '58. * d. Ludington, Mich., 27 
Jan. '92. 

*Edwin Matthews Jordan. Vanndale, Ark. 

Cotton planter. * b. Lanesboro, Mass., 5May'iq; son of Ashahel snd 



(Matthews). * At Williams, '36-7. * Tea., Peoria, 111., '37-40; farmer. III., '42-8; 
miller, Galesburg, 111., '48-57; farmer and phys., Washington co., '57-62; cap. 62nd 111. vols., 
'62-6; clerk, LB. & W. ry., Lfrbana, 111., '70-87: cotton planter, Vanndale, Ark., '87-92. * 
Trustee. Galesburg, '48-54; alderman, "54-7. * m. Phoebe Cline, Peoria, 111., 25 Dec. '43. 
* d. 22 Jul.'9J. 

*George McClelland. Rensselaerville, N. Y 

* B..\. * d. in South, before '75. 



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♦Robert Clark Robinson. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Merchant. * b. Lenox, Mass., '15. * B.A. * Mercliant, Union Village, N.Y.; I'itts- 
field, Mass. * d. 17 Aug.'s7. 

William H Rollosson. 

* At Williams, '37-8. * Last known address, Williamsburg, \a. 

*Charles Whittlesey. Alexandria, Va. 

Lawyer. * b. Salisbury, Ct., i Oct.'iQ; son of Eliphalet and Martha (Strong); prep., 
Lenox (Mass.) acad. * B.A. * Law stu., '40-3; law., Middletown, Ct., '43-53; mfr., 
N.Y. city, '53-7; law., Alexandria, V'a., and ed.. Gazette, '74. * Pros. atty. for Middlesex 
CO., Ct. ; judge, Middlesex co. ; congressman-elect from Va. ; atty. gen. of Va. * m. Helen 
Noyes, 30 May '50. * Bro., Eliphalet, '40. * d. o Dec.'74. 

*Eliphalet Whittlesey. Elwood, N. J. 

Clergyman. * b. Salisbury, Ct., 13 Jul.'i6; son of Eliphalet and Martha (Strong); 
prep., Lenox (Mass.) acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '40-3; ord. (Cong.) 
Salisbury, 27 Sep. '43; miss., Hawaiian Islands, '43-54; occ. supply, Salisbury, '54-5; Sara- 
toga Spa. N.Y., '55-7; Salisbury, Ct., '57-61; Hammonton, N.J., '61-5; Elwood, '65-7; 
Edina, Mo., '67-9; Elwood, N.J., '69-89. * m. Eliz. R. Baldwin, Newark, N.J., 16 Nov 
'43. * Bro., Chas., '4c. * d. i Sep. '89. 



1841 
Edwin Curtis Bidwell. Vineland, N. J. 

Physician (retired). * b. Tyringham, Mass., 20 Feb. '21; son of Barnabas and Betsey 
(Curtis); prep., Lenox. * B.A. * Stu., Yale med. sch., '41-4, M.D.; phys., Keene, O., 
'47-52; Quesqueton, la., '52-8: Middlefield, '59-62; asst. surg., 31st Mass. vols., 20 Feb. '62; 
surg., 2Q'Apr.'62; disch., 9 Sep. '65; phys., Vineland, S.J., '66- * U.S. pension exam., 
'69-Si; trustee, la. univ.. '54-8. * Contrib., O med. jour. * Coresp. mem. N.Y. hist. 
soc. * m. Eliz. Ward, Shefiield, Mass., 29 Feb. '44; (2) Evaline R. Farwell, Keene, O., 29 
Oct.'so; (3) Isabella C. Gibson, Chester, Mass., 24 Nov. '56. 

*Henry Beach Blake. Cummington, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Winchester, Ct., 20 May '17; son of Harry and Hannah ^L (Beach); 
prep., Winchester. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., "41-4; ord. (Cong.) S.Coventry, 
Ct., I Tan. '45; pas. there, '45-50: Village Churcii. '50-5; Bclchertown, Mass., '55-65; agt., 
Mass. state temp, alliance, '66: Am. miss. assn.. XA'ilmington, N.C., '66-76; pas., W.Spring- 
field. Mass., '77-9; Cummington, '80-4. * With Christ, com. in Va., '64. * Auth., 
•'Noon of the century"; "Hist, sketch of Winchester, Ct." * m. Mary R. \Volcott, Aga- 
wam, Mass., 23 Sep. '45. * d. 23 May '84. 

*Luther Clapp. Wauwatosa, Wis. 

Clergyman. * V.pres.. pres. * h. Westhampton, Mass., 18 Oct.'i9; son of Ansel and 
Eunice (\\'right) ; prep., Northampton. * Pres., Philotechnian; B.A. * Tea., Hunting- 
ton, '4T-2; stu.. And. theol. sem., '42-4: tea., Hardwick, Vt., '44; ord. (Cong.) W'auwatosa, 
Wis., 5 Oct. '45; pas. there. '45-72: gen. miss., '72-8; pas., Pewaukee, '82-3; Hartland, '83-9; 
res. and occ. supply, Wauwatosa, '89-94. * Ed., Wis. /-^imfan. * m. Harriet P. Stedman, 
Chicopee, Mass., 24 Jun.'45. * d. 24 Jun.'94. 

^Orramel Wellington Cooley. Glenwood, la. 

Clergyman. * b. Hawley, Mass.. 18. Tan. '16: son of Calvin and Rosamond (Field); 
prep., Cummington acad. * B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '43-4: Bang, theol. 
sem., '44-6; ord. (Cong.) Dover, Mass.. 4 May '48: pas. there, '47-50; Granville, 111., '52-3; 
Fox Lake, Wis., '54-6; Newport, '56-8: Nora, 111., '59-61; Lanark, '62-3; Henry, '63-4; 
Glenwood, la., "65-8; w.c, '68-78; pas., Lanark, 111., '78-82; w c, Glenwood, '82-9. * ]\Iil 
and san. agt.. 111., '64-5. * Founder and pres., Glenwood col. * m. Sarah Adams, Syra 
cuse, N.Y., 28 Oct.'si. * d. 6 May '89. 

*Alvin Devereux. Deposit, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * V.pres. * b.Rensselaerville, N.Y., 16 Nov. '20; son of Alvin and 
Olive (Starkweather); prep., Nassau. * B.A. * Mfr. and dealer in leather, Deposit, 
'45-84; in retirement, '84-00. * Pres. elector, '84. * Contrib., Country gentleman; 
Hoard's dairyivan. * m. Tnha A. Tanner, Rensselaerville. 19 Nov. '45; (2) Cor. N. .\llen, 
Rensselaerville, 4 . Tun. '74. * d. Lakewood, N.J., 23 Feb. '00. 



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*Charles Dodge. Toledo, 0. 

Lawyer. * b. llawley, Mass.. 19 Oct.'ao; son of Silas and Content; prep., Hawley. * 
B.A. * Law stii., and law.. Toledo, O., '43-91. * m. Celesta E. Palmer, Adrian, Mich., 
9 Dec. '58; (2) Mary l-". Snyder, Detroit. Mich., 3 Aug. '88. * d. Mar.'9i. 

*Samuel "Ware Fisher. Springfield, Mass. 

Teacher. * Cor. sec. * b. Westhampton, Mass., 14 Dec. '17; son of Aaron and Eunice 
(Joy); prep., Westhampton. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '42-3; And. theol. sem., 
'43-S; tea., Quincy (Mass.) acad., '45-7; Claverack, N.Y., '47-9; S.Deerfield, Mass., '49-50; 
Westhampton, '50-4; Huntington, '54-82; res., Springfield, '82-4. * m. Philomela T. Ly- 
man, Westhampton, i7Apr.'49; (2) Lorinda King, Middlefield, Mass., 28 Aug.'6o. * d. 
6 Jan. '84. 

William Earl Fling. 

Clergyman. * b. Charlestown, N.H. * B.A. ; M.A. * Clergyman and tea. in west. 

* Last known address, Charlestown, N.H. 

*Samuel Hildreth Foster. Cohoes, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Rensselaerville, N.Y., 2 Oct.'is; son of Saml. and Sybil (Hildreth); prep., 
privately. * At Williams, '3S-9. * Tea., Coeymand and Amsterdam; law stu., Rensse- 
laerville, '39-41; adm. to bar, '41; law.. Rensselaerville, '41-6; Cohoes, '46-68. * Pres., 
Cohoes bd. educ. ; mem., bd. of health. ' m. Harriet VanVechten, Schaghticoke, 4 Jul. '48. 

• d. 8 0ct.'6S. 

*James Herrick. West Brattleboro, Vt. 

Clergyman. * b. Broome, Que., 19 Mar.'i4; son of Nath. and Lydia (Eastman); prep., 
W. Brattleboro, \'t. and Dummerston. * Commenc. speaker; B.A. * Tea., Brattleboro, 
Vt., '41-2; stu.. And. theol. sem., '42-5; ord. (Cong.) Brattleboro, 8 Oct. '45; miss, in India, 
.^.B.C.F.M., '46-83; in retirement, W. Brattleboro, "83-91. * Contrib., Miss. Herald. 
'46-84. * m. Eliz H. Crosby, Brattleboro, 2 Nov. '45. * d. i Dec. '91. 

*William Hills. Auburn, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * b. Auburn, N.Y., 21 Aug.'2i; son of Eleazer and Sarah (Bissel). * 
B.A. * Mfr., Auburn, N.V., '41-75. * Direct. Cayuga co. bank, '54-75. * m. Jennet 
S. Swain, Auburn, N.Y., 12 Jul. '75. * d. 12 Jul. '75. 

Charles Edmund Jenkins. 

* At V\illiams, '38-40. * Last known address, Albany, N.Y. 

*WiIliam Asa Keith. Denver, Col. 

Clergyman. * b. Eastport, Me., 3 Sep. '20; son of Asa and Nancy; prep., Bangor. * 
B.A.; M.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '42-5; ord. (Cong.) Maquoketa, la., 5 May '47 ; pas., 
Shelbyville, Mo., '45-6; Maquoketa, la., '46-8; Tipton, '48-53; Decorah, '54-7; Brookfield, 
'57-71; w.c, Greeley, Col., '71-80; Denver, '80-95. * m. .Sarah Skilton, Charlestown, 
Mass., 23 Sep. '46. * d. 12 Dec. '95. 

*Jonathan Edwards Lee. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Physician. * h. Otis. Mass., 8 0ct.'2i; son of Jonathan and Harriet (Danforth). * 
B.A. * Med. stu., Salisbury, Ct., and N.Y. col. of phys. and surgs.. '41-5, M..D; asst. 
phys., state hosp. for insane, Utica, N.Y., '47-8; phys., Springfield, Mass., '48-51; Phila 
(Pa.) hosp. for insane, '51-6; gen. practice and supt., state hosp. for insane, Madison. Wis., 
'56-60; phvs.. Phila. hosp for insane, '60-8. * m. Harriet Landon, Salisbury, Ct., i Jan. '57. 

• d. 8 Nov.'68. 

*James Little. Middletown, N. Y. 

Business. * b. Middletown, N.Y., 3 Nov. '18; son of Isaac and Abigail (Corwin); prep., 
Hudson River sem. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Milford. Pa., '41-2; stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'42; tea.. New Milford, Pa., '42-3; merchant, Middletown, N.Y., '44-8; farmer, '50-60; 
clerk, '65-83; in retirement, '83-97. * m. Mrs. Sarah (Little) Jessup, Middletown, 15 
Jan. '46. * d. 27 May '97. 

*Charles H Lyon. Auburn, N. Y. 

Student. * At Williams, '38-9. * d. '39. 

*Henry Lawrence Marsh. Racine, Wis. 

Lumber dealer. * b. Dalton, Mass., 9Jim.'22; son of Henry; prep., Lenox. Pittsfield 
and Hadley. * B.A. * Merchant, Racine, Wis., '41-7; vessel owner, Sandusky, O. 
'47-9; lumber dealer, Racine, Wis., '49-52. * Liberal donor to Western Reserve col. * 
m. Clara E. Canfield, Racine, Wis., 25 Sep. '4 5. * Bros., Dwight W., '42; Calvin IV., '44. 

* d. LaSalle, 111., 10 Jun.'52. 



104 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

'i^Enos Janes Montague. Rosendale, Wis. 

Clergyman. * b. Westhanipton, Mass., i6 Mar.'ao; son of David and Louisa (Jones); 
prep., Westhanipton and Shelburne Falls. * B.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '42-3; Hart, 
theol. sem., '43-5; ord. (Cong. ) Westhampton, Mass., 14 May '46: pas., Summit, Wis., 
'46-62; Oconomovvoc, Wis., '62-72; Ft. Atkinson, '73-9; Rosendale, '80-1. * Perm, clerk, 
Fresh, and Cong, state convs.; trustee, Fox Lake (Wis.) fem. sem. * m. Faith H. Hooker, 
E.Windsor, Ct., 1 1 May '46. * d. Westhampton, 30 Sep. "81. 

*Nathaniel Edwards Pierson. Escanaba, Mich. 

Clergyman. * b. Madison, N..T., 7 Jan. '14; son of David and Eliz. (Miller); prep., 
Bloomfield. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '42-4; ord. (Presb.) N.Stamford, Ct., 11 
Jul. '44; pas., Cong, ch., Stamford, '44-5; Sparta, N.J., '46-50; Unionville, N.Y., '50-7; 
Horseheads, '57-61; chap., 89th N.Y. vols., '61-2; pas., Ridgebury, N.Y., '63-9; Escanaba, 
Mich., '69-72. * m. Roxana Bixby, Madison, N.J., 22 May '44. * d. 19 May '72. 

*Eugene Wynkoop Pugsley. Ghent, N. Y. 

• * b. Ghent, N.Y., '12. * B.A. * Bro., Edward L., '46. * d. '45. 

*Samuel Denison Rogers. New York City. 

Clergyman. * b. '21; prep., privately. * B.A. * Theol. stu.; took orders in Epis. 
ch. * d. '53. 

*James Sedgwick. Great Barrington, Mass. 

Teaclier. * Pros. * b. W.Hartford, Ct., 11 Nov. '10; son of Saml. and Marion 
(Henry); prep., Canaan, N.Y. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., (ireat Barrington, Mass., '41-50; 
S.Cornwall, Ct., '50-1: Greensboro, Ala., '51-4; founder and prin., Sedgewick inst.. Great 
Barrington, Mass., '54-65. * m. Maria L. Stanley, Great Barrington, Mass., 13 May '44; 
(2) Mary E. Peck, Greensboro, Ala., 29 Jun.'6o. * d. 7 Nov. '65. 

*James Schureman Sluyter. Jersey City, N. J. 

Lawyer. * b. Claverack, N.Y., 9 Jul. '22; son of Richard and Lydia (Schureman); 
prep., Claverack. * At Williams, '39-40. * Law stu., N.Y. city, '41-3; adm. to bar, 
'43; law., '43-64 (partner of David D. Field, '43-57"!. "• Mem., N.Y. assem., '56-7. * 
m. Sarah McClellan, Hudson, N.Y., 14 Jun.'48; (2) Theodora Hoyt, Stamford, Ct., 30 May 
'61. * d. 3 Aug.'64. 

*Franklin Clark Strong. Northampton, Mass. 

Student. * b. Northampton, Mass., 31 May '17; son of Jason and Mariam (Clark). * 
At Williams, '38-40. * d. i Jun.'4i. 

*Augustus Worthington Taylor. Nunica, Mich. 

.School examiner. * b. Warren, Ct., 16 Jul. '19; son of Sears and Sarah (Rogers); prep., 
Cornwall. * At Williams, '37-8. * Tea., Orangeburg, S.C, '38-9; near Buffalo, N.Y. , '40- 
53; prin., Nunica (Mich.) graded schs., '53-; sch. supt. ; co. supt. of schs. ; exam, for Ottawa 
CO. schs.. '81-. * Probate judge, Ottawa CO., '57-65. * m. Emma Greene, Buffalo, N.Y. ; (2) 
Mary Miner, Thomasville, N.Y., 4 Dec. '45; (3) Alvina Smith, Lancaster, N.Y., 4 Jul. '48. * 
d. Crockery, Mich., 5 Jun.'93. 

*Ephraim Tenney. Dummerston, Vt. 

Theological student. * b. Dummerston, Vt., i2Nov.'i3; son of Jonathan and Anna 
(Langhton) ; prep., W.Brattleboro. * B.A. * .Stu., Un. theol. sem., '41-2. * d. 8 Mar. 
'42. 

*Joseph Warner. Florence, Mass. 

Manufacturer. * h. Northampton, Mass., 24 Nov. '17. * B.A. * Farmer, Northamp- 
ton, '41-3; silk mfr., Florence, '43-77. * m. Jane Barnard, Shelburne Falls; (2) Emeline 
Barnard, Shelburne Falls. * d. 22 Apr.'77. 

*John G Warren. Swasey, Cal. 

Ranchman. * b. Troy, N.Y.; son of Moses and Mary (Russell); prep., Troy. * At 
Williams, '38-40. * Ranchman. * Bro., Moses, '41. * d. .Swasey, Cal. 

*Moses Warren. Troy, N. Y. 

Lawyer. ' b. Hoosick, N.Y., 22 Sep. '20; son of Moses and Mary (Russell); prep., Bul- 
lard sem., Bennington, Vt. * B.A. * Adm. to bar, '44; justice, Troy ct., '45-59; surro- 
gate, '59-67, '71-83; pres., Troy cent, nat bank, '83-99. * Del., nat. Dem. conv., '60, '68. 
Bro., John G., '41. * m. Mary M. Lord, 5 May '57. * d. 2 Aug.'gg. 



WILLIAMS— 1841-42- 105 

Russell Medad Wright. Castleton, Vt. 

Teacher (retired). " V.pres., pres. * b. Kasthampton. Mass., 17 Dec. '15; son of Me- 
dad and Mary (Clapp). * ist Eng. orat. ; + B K. ; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Cambridge 
(N.Y.) acad., '412; stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '42-3; tea., Williston sem., Kasthampton, Mass., 
'43-7; prin., Washington (Ga.) acad., '48-58; Lucy Cobb inst.. Athens, '58-61; tea., WilHs- 
ton sem., '64-82; retired, Castleton, Vt., '8.^-. * Bro., Edmund, '36. 



1842 

Thomas Scott Bacon. Buckeystown, Md. 

Clergyman and author. * b. Saratoga Spa, N.Y., i Feb. '25: son of Rev. Wm. and Ab- 
bie S. (Price); prep., Detroit, Mich. * P.. A. * Tea., '42-6; law stu., '46-7; adm. to 
Mass. bar, '47; law., Poston, '47-8; iVatchez, Miss., '49-50: theol. stu., '51-3; ord. (Epis.) 
New Orleans, La., 25 Jan. '54; pas., Natchitoches, '53-61; Hamilton and Hillsboro, O., '61-8; 
Jefferson, Ind., '68-9; in St. Mary's co., Md., '69-73: Oakland, '74-80; in Frederick co., 
'82- * Auth., "Both sides of controversy between the Roman and Reformed churches," 
'59; "Christian children," '71; "Reign of God not the reign of law," '78; "The beginnings 
of religion," '87; "It is written," '91; "Christian critic," '93: "The first and great com- 
mandment of God," '98; "A new religion," '98; "Truth and peace," '99. * Mem,, 
pliilos. soc. of G.B.; Am. acad. of pel. sci.; Am. inst. of Christian philos. * D.D., St. 
John's, '80. * m. Jane Y. Kelso, Baltimore, Md., i Nov.'sS; (2) Sophia T. Groff, 2 Jun.'85. 
* Rro., Henry M., '4$. 

Addison Ballard. University Heights, New York City. 

College professor. * V.pres., prcs. * b. Framingham, Mass., t8 0ct.'22; son of John 
and Painelia (Bennett); prep., Bennington, Vt. * Pres., Philologian; valedic. ; 'I>BK.; 
B..\.; M.A. * Prin., Hopkins acad., Hadley, Mass., '42-3; tutor, Williams col., '43-4; 
tea.. Grand Rapids. Mich., '.1.5-6; miss.. Grand River valley, '46-7; prof, of Lat. and math., 
Ohio Univ., '47-54; prof, of rhet., Williams col., '54-5: prof, of astron., math, and nat. 
philos., Marietta col., '55-7; pas. (Cong.) Williamstown, Mass., '57-65; Detroit, Mich., '66- 
72; prof, of Christian Gr. and Lat., Lafayette col., '74-7; prof, of moral philos. and rhet., 
'77-94; prof, ot logic, N.Y. univ., '94-. * Auth., "Popular amusements," '69; "Arrows," 
'90. * Contrib., Throl. rcz'.; Princ. rev. * Hon. mem., Lond. soc. of sci., letters and 
arts. * D.I)., '67. * m. Julia P. Pratt, Athens, O., 7 Aug.'si. 

*Elisha Bourne Bassett. Allegan, Mich. 

Lawyer. * V.pres. * b. Lee, Mass., '22; son of Nathan and Maria (Howk); prep., 
Lee. * B..^. * Tea., Allegan, Mich.; law stu.; law., -'62; cap. in 19th Mich, vols., '62; 
disch., '63. * Ed., Allegan Record: co. clerk and register of deeds; judge of probate. * 
m. Frances M. Brewer, '42; (2) Ann E. Lawrence, Allegan, Mich., 16 Sep. '48. * d. 25 
Nov. '65. 

*James Brewer. Wheaton, 111. 

Clergyman. * b. Westhampton, Mass., 12 Nov. '21; son of Jonas and Betsy (Miller); 
prep., Westhampton. * B.A. * Tea., Ala., '43-4; in Miss., '44-6; in La., '46-9; farmer, 
HI., '49-51: tea., Lee Center, and preacher, Lee co., '51-61; ord. Turin Grove, 111., 31 Aug. 
'59; pas., Bristol, '61-4; Allen's Grove and Clinton, Wis., '66-7: Clinton, '68-9; Lee Center, 
111., '69-79: w.c, '79-81; pas., Gladbrook, la., 82-3; pas., Hartland, Wis., '83-9; w.c, 
Wlieaton, 111., '90-6. * m. liliz. Pratt, Creston, la., 17 Nov."47. * d. 22 Jan. '96. 

*Theodore Cooke. Stowe, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec. * b. Northampton, Mass., 27 0ct.'i5; son of Enos and Han- 
nah (Clarke); prep., Northampton. * B.A. * Stu., Yale div. sch., '42-5; ord. (Cong.) 
Stowe, i9jun.'47; pas. there, '47-52: miss., Menasha, Wis., '53-7; pas., Woonsocket, R.I., 
'57-66; ed., Worcester (Mass.) dai. Gasctte, '66-7; res., Stowe, '67-71. * m. Martha E. 
Hale, Stowe, Mass., 21 Jan. '58. * d. 27Aug.'7i. 

William Henry Edwards. Coalburgh, W. Va. 

Lawyer. * Cor.sec, v.pres. * h. Hunter, N.Y., 15 Mar.'22; son of Wm. W. and Helen 
A. (Mann); prep.. Hunter and Coxsackie. * Philos. orat.; <l> B K. ; B.A. * Tea., Pomp- 
ton, N.]., '42-3; Princeton, '43-4; law stu., N.Y. city, '44-6; in S.Am., '46: adm. to bar, 
'47; lawyer, London, Eng., '48; N.Y. city, '49-51. 'S3-9; Newburg, '59-68; Coalburgh, W.Va., 
'68- * Pres., O. & Kanawha coal co. * Auth., "Voyage up the Amazon," '47; "Butter- 
flies of N. -Am.." '68; "Shakspere not Shakspere," '00. * m. Katherine C. Tappan, Belle- 
ville, N.J., 29 May 'sr. 



IQQ DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*George Rigor Entler. Franklin, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Shepardstown, Va., i6Jul.'i8; son of Solomon and Sarah (Paris); 
prep., \Villiamsto\vn, Mass. * B.A. ; M.A. * Stti., And. tlieol. sem., '42-3; Bang, theol. 
sem., '43-5; ord. (Presb.) Hillsdale, N.Y.. 6 Aug.'45; pas. there. '45-6; Windsor, Mass., '46- 
50; agt., A.B.C.F.M. for W. Mass., Pittsfteld, '50-2; pas.. Hartford, and Preble, N.Y., '52-7; 
Riverhead, '57-61; Meridith, '61-6; stu.. Berlin univ., '66-7; tea., Del. lit. inst., Franklin, 
N.Y., '67-70; res., Franklin, '70-S6. * Ph.D., univ. of N.Y. * m. Clarissa M. Dan- 
forth, W'illiamstown, Mass., 17 Sep. '44; (2) Clarissa M. Clark, Lee, Mass., i Oct. '45. * d. 
27 Feb. '86. 

*Henr>- Alexander Ford. Gaboon, Africa. 

Missionary. * b. Lisle, N.Y., 14 Apr.'iS; son of Rev. Henry and Eliza; prep., McGreg- 
orville, N.Y". * B.A. * Tea., Hudson, '42-7; stu., N.Y. univ. med. sch., '47-50. M.D.; 
phys. and miss., Gaboon, Afr., '50-8. * Bro., Jonathan, '.?p. * d. Jan.'sS. 

*William Goodwin. Winsted, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. New Hartford, Ct., i Ian. '14: son of Wm. and Abigail (Craswell) ; 
prep, privately. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '42-5; pas. (Cong.) Mohegan, Ct., 
'45-6; Montgomery, '46-7; tea., '48-9; Barkhamstead, Ct., '49; Hadlyme, '50; Easton, '51-2; 
ord. (Bap.) Seymour, '52; pas. there, '52-3; Hinsdale, Mass., '53-5; Huntington. '55-8; 
Southfield, '58-65; N. Colebrook, Ct., '65-9; Tyringham, Mass., '69-72; Tarriffville, Ct., 
'72-7; Voluntown, '77-9; N. Colebrook, '79-88; w.c.. New Hartford, '88-00. * Contrib., 
■Christian secretary; Crisis: Watch-tower. * m. C. Eliz. Crane, Burlington, Ct., i Tan. '48; 
(2) Mrs. Calista \'. (Bestor) AVarner, N. Egremont, Mass., 16 Sep.'68. * d. 19 Jul.'oo. 

*William Agur Hawley. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Physician. * h. Hinsdale, Mass., 28 Aug.'jo; son of Rev. Wm. A.; prep, privately. * 
B.A. * Tea., Lexington and Louisville, Ky., '42-7; stu., Alb. med. sch., '48-51, M.D. ; 
phys.. Alb., '51-3; Saratoga Spa, '53-4; New Lebanon Spa, '54-5; Watertown, '55-61; Syra- 
cuse, '61-91. ^ Pres., internat. Hahnemannian assn., '88-9. * Contrib., medical jour- 
nals. * Mem.. N.Y. homeo. med soc. * m. Eliz. S. Willard, Lancaster, Mass., 24 Sep. 
'51. * d. 16 May '91. 

*Eli Andrews Hubbard. Holyoke, Mass. 

Teacher. * Prcs. * b. Hinsdale, Mass., 11 Dec' 14; son of John and Lydia (Ray- 
mond); prep., Shelburn acad., and Cummington acad. '^ Pres., Philologian; Jun. e.x. orat. ; 
commenc. speaker; >!> B K. ; B.A. ; M..\. * Tea., \\ ortJiington, '42-3; tutor, Williams col., 
'43-4; tea., Lee acad., '45-7; Northampton h.s., '47-S ; Williston sem., Easthampton, '48-54; 
Fitchburg h.s., '54-7; Williston sem., '57-65; sch. supt., Springfield, '65-73; Fitchburg, 
'73-5; agt.. State bd. of educ, '75-83; prin., Mt. Hermon sch., '83-4; in retirement, Hat- 
field, '84-92. * Trustee, \A'orcester acad., '57-8; Westboro state ref. sch., '67-78; Cushing 
acad., Asuournham, '73-8; Mt. Hermon sch., '84-; Smith acad., Hatfield, '86-; mem., Mass. 
bd. of reps., '63; pres, elector, '84. * m. Frances Daniels, Worthington, 19 Aug. '44. * 
d. 8 Aug. '99. 

*John Healy Kellom. Tustin, Cal. 

Fruit grower. ' b. Union Spa, N.Y., 9Apr.'i8; son of Danl. and Eliza (Healy). * 
Pres. of Philologian; 5th commenc. honor; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Whitingham (\'t.) acad., 
'42-4; Putnam co. ((ja.) acad., '44-6; law stu., Auburn, N.Y., '47-8; prin., Troy (Pa.) 
acad., '48-51; Munroe acad., Elbridpe, N.Y., '5.?; E. Bloomfield acad., '52-6; priv. banker, 
Omaha, Neb., '56-9; clerk of cts., '62-5; asst. U.S. assessor of int. rev., '66-9; postmaster, 
'70-1; prin., h.s., '72-5: prof, of Eng. lit., Rensselaer pol. inst., Troy, N.Y.; orange grower, 
Tustin, Cal., 'S0-91. * Supt. of Neb. schs., '57-8. * m. Harriet Newell, Syracuse, N.Y., 
25 Jan. '49. * d. 17 Mar. '91. 

Thomas Scott Lambert. 240 W. 23d St., New York City. 

Physician. * At Williams, '40-1. * Med. stu.; pliys., N.Y. city. 

^Jonathan Le Fevre. Milton, N. Y. 

Farmer. * b. New Paltz, N.Y., 29jul.'2i; son of Garrett and Catherine (Dubois); 
prep.. New Paltz. * B.A. * Farmer, '45-7; without occupation, '57-84. * m. Cather- 
ine D. B. Wurtz, New Paltz, 16 Sep. '47. * d. 23 Aug.'84. 

*Horace Lyman. Forest Grove, Cal. 

Clergyman. * b. Easthampton, Mass., 16 Nov. '15; son of Danl. and Sally (Clapp); 
prep., Easthampton and Southampton. * Pres., Philotechnian and Adelphic Un. ; Adel- 
phic orat.; commenc. appt. ; B.A. : M.A. * Tea., Bristol, Ct., '42-3; stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'42-5: And. theol. sem., '45-6; ord. (Cong.) Castleton, Vt., i Nov. '48; miss., Portland, Or., 
'49-54; Dallas, '54-7; prof, of math.. Pacific univ., '57-72; of rhet. and hist., '72-8; miss., 
Washington co. (res.. Forest Grove, (Tal.) '78-87. * Sch. supt., Washington co., '78-87. * 
m. Mary Denison, Castleton, \'t., i Nov. '48; (2) Marg. B. Duncan, Swansea, N.H., 6 Dec. 
'82. * Bros., Josiah, 'jd; .Addison, ' ^g. * d. 31 Mar.'87. 



WILLIAMS— 1842. 107 

-Dwight Whitney Marsh. Amherst, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Cor.scc. * b. Dalton,Mass., sNov.'zs; son of Henry; prep., Hadley. * 
B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '42-3; tea., St. Louis, Mo., '43-7; stu., Union theol. 
sem., '47-9; ord. (Cong.) Dalton, Mass., 2 Oct. '49; pas. there, '49-50; miss., Mosul, Turkey, 
'50-60; pas., Hinsdale, Mass., '61-2; prin., young ladies' sem., Rochester, N.Y., '62-7, 68-9; 
pas., Godfrey, 111., '67-8; Whitney's Point, N.Y., '69-71; Oswego, '71-5 N. Amherst, Mass., 
'76-8; Haydenville, '78-82; Amherst, '82-6; res. and occ. supply, '86-96. * Auth., "Ten- 
nesean in Persia"; ".Assyrian missions," in Newcombe's "Cycle, of missions"; "John Marsh 
of Salem, 1633-1888"; "Marsh family; outline for 5 generations." * Contrib., Aliss. her- 
ald. * Mem., Am. oriental soc. * D.D., '75. * m. Julia W. Peck, N.Y. city, 19 Oct.' 
'52; (2) Eliz. L. Clarke, Rochester, X.Y., 21 Aug. '62. * Bros., Henry L., '41; Calvin IV., 
'44. * d. 18 Jun.'ge. 

*Henry Osborn. ■ Lawrence, Kan. 

Clergyman. * b. Cairo, N.Y., 18 May '21; son of Bennett and Aurelia (Squires). * 
B..\. ; M.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '42-5; tea., Tallahassee, Fla., '45-6; ord. (Presb.) 
Hunter, N.Y., 12 Nov. '46; pas. there, '46-50; New Milford, Pa.^ '50-6; prin., Elmira (N.Y.) 
acad., '56-8; Chester acad., '58-60; pas., Circleville, '60-6; Decatur, O., '66-9; miss., Leav- 
enworth CO., Kan., '71-83; res. and occ. .supply, Lawrence, '83-93. * m. Lucy Woodford, 
Rensselaerville, N.Y., J5Jun.'48. * d. 26 Mar. '93. * Bro., Ira B., '42. 

*Ira B Osborn. Windham, N. Y. 

Student. * Son of Bennett and Aurelia (Squires). * ..'^t Williams, '38-9. * Bro., 
Henry, '42. * d. Jul. '39. 

^Andrew GuflSn Riley. Jefferson, la. 

Druggist. * b. Cobleskill, N.Y., 17 Apr.'22; son of Isaac and Loraine (Bradley); prep., 
Schoharie acad. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Jefferson, '42-3; stu.. Alb. med. sch., '43-4; 
Geneva med. sch., '44-5, M.D.; tea., Yates (N.Y.) acad., Lima, Jackson (Mich.) h.s.; Ken- 
dallville, Ind.; Fort \Vaync h.s.; prin., Lodi, Wis., '61-8; State Center, la., '70-3; Grand 
Junction, '75-8; Jefferson, '79-82; druggist and jeweler, '84-01. * Tea., norm, insts. in 
la., '70-85. * Mem., Presb. gen. assembly, '68, '93. * m. Cynthia ^L Woodard, Rock- 
ford, 111., II Nov.'64. * d. 18 Jan. '01. 

*John Harris Sage. Ashville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Fredonia, X.Y., '13; son of Jas. and Henrietta. * B.A. ; M.A. * 
Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '43-6; pas. (Cong.) .Sinclairville, N.V., '49-50; .Ashville, '50-1. * 
d. Laona. N.Y.. '51. 

*01iver Maynard Sears. Dalton, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Ashfield, Mass., 29 Nov. '18; son of Asarelah and Hannah (Maynard); 
prep., Conway h.s. * B.A. * Tea., Troy (N.Y.) acad., '43-4; ^tu.. Hart, theol. sem., 
'44-6; pas., Chesterfield, Mass., '46-7; ord. (Cong.) Dalton, 29 Sep. '47; pas. there, '47-53. 

* m. Maria S. Williams, Ashfield, Mass., 15 Dec. '47. * d. 29 Sep. '53. 

*Josiah Torrey Smith. Royalston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * V.j^res., p^es. * b. Williamstown, Mass., 4Aug.'i5; son of Stephen 
and Mary (Torrey); prep., Williamstown. * <!• B K. (Brown hon.); B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., 
Newton theol. inst., '42-4; ord. (Bap.) Lanesboro, Mass., 19 Jul. '45; pas. there, '45-6; San- 
disfield, '46-51; Hinsdale, '51-3; Bristol. Ct.. '54-6; Amherst, Mass., '56-65; W. Woodstock, 
Ct., '65-8; Warwick, R.I., '68-83; Royalston, Mass., '83-8. * Auth., "Exam, of Peter on 
baptism," '47; "Scriptural and hist, arguments for infant liaptism examined." * Contrib., 
to religious press. * D.D., Cent. univ. of la. '80; M.A.. Brown '79. * m. Harriet A. 
Blackinton, N. Adams, Mass., '44. * Bro.. Lucius E., '43. * d. 17 May '88. 

*01iver Warner. Lynn, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Northampton, Mass., i7Apr.'r8; son of Oliver; prep., Northampton. 

* <^BK.; B.A. * Stu., theol. sem., Gilmanton, N.H., '42-4; pas., Chesterfield, Mass., 
'45-7; res. and occ. supply, .Northampton, '47-51; tea., Easthampton; mem., Mass. h. of 
reps., '54-5; sen., '56-7; sec. of state, '58-76; state lib., '77-8; in retirement. Lynn, '79-85. 

* m. tane S. Daniels. Northampton, Slass., 29 May '44; (2) Harriet M. Newhall, Lynn, 
Mass., "2 Oct.'Sr. * d. 12 Sep.'85. 

*Lyman Fisher Willcox. 

. * P...-\. * Last known address, Brattleboro, Vt. ; said to have gone south. 



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1843 

*William Austin Benton. Syria. 

Missionary. * b. Tolland, Ct., 11 Oct. '17; son of Azariah and Presendia (Ladd); prep., 
Worthington, Ct. ; Westfield and Monson (Mass.') aoads. * At Williams, '39-41; at Yale, 
'41-3, B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '43-6; ord. (Cong.) Tolland, 18 May '47; miss., A.B. 
C.F.M., Syria, '47-69; in America, '69-74. * ™- Loanza Goulding, Tolland, Ct., 18 May 
'47. * d. Barre, Mass., 23 Aug.'74. 

*George Frederick Bigelow. Boston, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Montreal, Que., 4Sep.'2i; son of Jacob and Eliza (Southgate) ; prep., 
Leicester (Mass.) acad. * B.A. ; M.A. * Med. stu., Wrentham, Mass., '43-4; Washing- 
ton, D.C. ; Tefl'. med. col., '44-6, M.D. ; phys., Boston, Mass., '46-93; surg. in reserve corps, 
Washington. D.C, and Fredericksburg, Va., during civil war. * Exam., Harv. univ. * 
Fellow, Am. nied. assn. : Am. acad. of sci. ; mem., Mass. legislature, '53-7. * m. Lucy M. 
K. Hall, Boston, 7. Tun. '56; (2) K. Gertrude Houghton, Springfield, O., 27 Apr.'70. * d. 
10 Aug.'93. 

Reuben Patrick Boise. Salem, Or. 

Judge. * J^'.prcs., prrs. * b. Blandford, Mass., gJun.'iS; son of Reuben and Sally 
(Putnam); prep., Granville. * Commenc. speaker; 't B K; B.A. * Law stu. and law., 
Chicopee Falls, Mass., '43-50; lav>'., Oregon, '50-; pros. atty. for Or., '50-5; justice, state 
sup. ct., '59-62: chief jus., '62-8; judge of 3d U.S. jud. dist.. '68- * Mem., Or. legis., 
'53-7; constit. conv., '57- * LL.D., Pacific univ., '87. * m. Ellen F. Lyon, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., '51; (2) Emily A. Pratt, Webster. Mass., '67. * Bro., Fisher A.. '40. 

*Roswell Colton Brainard. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Son of Roswell and Laura (Sherman); prep., Haddam, Ct. * At Wil- 
liams, '39. * Pres., bd. aldermen; bd. supervisors; corporation counsel; surrogate of city 

of Brooklyn. * Maj. on staff commanding nth brigade, '60-7. * m. Mary F. , 

Brooklyn, N.Y., 23 May '50. * d. 2 Jan. '79. 

*Charles Kellogg Clark. Baltimore, Md. 

Farmer. * b. Baltimore, Md., 3 Feb. '24. * B.A. * Med. stu.; farmer, near Balti- 
more, ^Id. * m. Oct. '45. * d. Havana, Cuba, 31 Mar. '47. 

*George Clark. Tallahassee, Fla. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Lenox, Mass., 24 Apr.'22. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Tal- 
lahassee, Fla., '43-5; stu., Un. theol. sem., '45-8; ord. (Presb.) '49; pas., St. Louis, Mo., 
'48-9; tea., Tallahassee, Fla., '49-50. * m. Joanna L. Winslow, Williamstown, Mass. * 
d. 24 Dec. '50. 

^Alexander Burnbridge Dilley. Denver, Col. 

Clerevman. * b. Hanover, Pa., 17 Alar. '19; son of Jonathan and Polly (Burritt) ; prep., 
Wilkes-Barre acad. * B.A. * Stu.. Un. theol. sein., '43-4, '45-8; ord. (Cong.), '49; pas., 
Benton"s Port, la.. '40-51; Bangor, N.Y., '52-64; chaplain, io6th regt., N.Y. state vols., 
'64-5; pas., Rodman, Philadelphia, Currville, Greene and Candor, N.Y., '66-84; home miss.. 
Lake Worth and Melbourne, Fla., '84-90; w.c, Denver, Col., '90-3. * m. Mary A. Mann, 
Westville, N.Y., 25 Jun.'49. * d. 20 Sep. '93. 

*James Bogardus Donnelly. Hillsboro, N. C. 

Clergyman. * b. Catskill. N.Y., 11 Feb. '24; son of John M. and Jennette (Bogardus). 
* At^Villiams. '40-1; at Yale, '41-3, B.A. * Stu., N.Y. gen. theol. sem., '43-5; orA. 
(Epi?.) '45; rector, '45-55- * d. 31 Oct.'55. 

*Cyrus Horton Fountain. Jackson, Mich. 

Drupeist. * b. Yorktown, N.Y., 10 Feb. '25; son of Jas. and Charlotte (Histed) ; prep., 

Peekskiil. * At Williams, '39-40. * Med. stu.; druggist, Jackson, Mich., '65-89. * 

Supt. of pub. works, Jackson, Mich. * ra. Juliet R. Field, Peekskiil, N.Y., 18 Mar.'47. • 
d. 22 Jun.'89. 

*Abraham Gosman. Lawrenceville, N.J. 

Clergyman. * I'.prcs. * b. Danby, N.Y., 25 Jul. '19; son of Jonathan and Jane (\'an 
Gaasbach); prep.. Ithaca. * ist Eng'. orat. ; * B K. ; B..'\. * Stu., Princ. theol. f«?m., 
'43-7; instr. in Hebrew, Princ. theol. sem., '50-1; ord. (Presb.) Lawrenceville, N.J., 22 May 
'51; pas. there, '51-95; pas. emeritus, '95-9. * Trustee, Princ. theol. sem., '66-76; direc, 
'76-86; pres., bd' directors, '86-99. * Auth., "Samuel to Bagylonish captivity" in Alex- 
ander's "Hist, of the Israelitish people," '52. * Contrib., Princ. rev. * D.D., Princeton 
'62. * m. Letitia H. Nassau, Lawrenceville, 22 Oct. '58. * d. 5 Jan. '99. 



WJLLIAMS— 1843- 109 

*Daniel Carroll Greene. Romeo, Mich. 

Merchant. ' b. Berlin, N.Y., 8Jun.'2i; son of Jas. and Deborah (Bentley); prep., 
Bennington, \ t. * R.A. * Salesman and merchant, J3rooklyn and N.Y. citv, '43-63; 
hdw. dealer, K. Saginaw, Mich., '63-6; Romeo, '66-83; in retirement, '82-5. "* Mem., 
Mich. h. of reps., "79-80. * m. Sarah Roe, N.Y. city, 5 Jan. '48; (2) Laura Wright, Brook- 
lyn, J9 Apr. '58. ' d. 20 Dec. '85. 

*Cyrus Guffin. Carlisle, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * At Williams, '40-1; at Union, '41-3, B.A. * See Union. 

*Henry Brown Hosford. North Platte, Neb. 

Teacher and clergyman. * b. Williamstown, Mass., 17 Dec. '17; son of Stephen and Amy 
(Brown); prep., Lenox and \\illiamstown. * Pres., Philologian; valedic. ; 4> B K. ; B.A.; 
M.A. * I'rin.. Hopkins acad., Hadley, Mass., '43-4; tutor, Williams col., '44-8; pas., lor- 
dan, X.Y., '49-50: Sunderland, Mass., '50-3; prof, of mental philos. and rhet.. West. Res. 
Univ., 's4-6o; prin., Hudson (O.) fern, sem., '60-84; res., N. Platte, Neb., '84-9. * Hosp. 
vis., under U.S. sanitary com. in army of Cumberland. * m. Mary E. Plant, New Hart- 
ford, N.Y., 3 Sep. 'so. * Bro., Jas. M., '47; son, Henry H., Adelhert 'So. * A. '89. 

*Jared Otis Mills Ingersoll. Ithaca, N. Y. 

Physician. * M Williams, '39-41. * Phys., Ithaca, N.Y. * d. 13 Apr.'59- 

*Lewis Jessup. Diller, Neb. 

Clergyman. * b. Minisink, N.Y., 30 May '2;. * At Williams, '39-41. * Stu., Hart, 
theol. sem., '46-8: Bang, theol. sem., '48-9; ord. (Cong.) Northfield, Ct., 19 Nov. '51: pas. 
there, '51-4; S. Glastonbury, '55-6; Millbury, Mass., '56-61; Lisbon, Ct., '62-6; Adams., 
Mass., '67-71; .\ew Haven, N.Y.. '72-4; Lafayette, '75-8; Riga, '79-83; Rushville, '83-4; 
New Haven, '84-5: Diller, Neb., '86; Julesbury, Col., '87; Holvoke. '89; Hubbell, Neb., '90; 
Humboldt, '91-3; Diller, '94-6. * Twice married. ' d. 5' Feb. '96. 

*Henry Kellogg. Rockingham, Vt. 

Law student. * b. Rockingham, Vt., 23Aug.'23: son of Danl. ' B.A. * Law stu., 
Westminster, \'t., '43-4. * d. Westminster, 1 8 .Tun. '44. 

Edward Lord. Patchogue, N. Y. 

Journalist. ■* Rccicc. * b. Danby, N.Y., 29 Mar. "21; son of tliester W. and Betsey 
(Kingsbury); prep., Ithaca and C'ortland acads. * B.A. * Stu., .\ub. theol. sem., '43-6; 
ord. (I'resb.) Romulus, N.Y., Oct.'47; pas. there, '47-51; Fulton, '51-62, '63-5; chap., iioth 
N.Y. vols., .'\ug.'62; resigned, Sep. '63; i)as., Adams, '65-70; Metuchen, N.J., '70-81; w.c, 
Patchogue, N.Y., '83-; journalist, Patchogue. * Pub., Ch. manual, addresses and ser- 
mons. * m. Mary J. Sanders, Williamstown, ISIass., 20 Aug.'46. 

John E Mann. Milwaukee^ V/is. 

Lawyer and judge. * .At Williams, "40-1; at Union, '41-3, B..\. * .Sec Union.' 

*Elisha Belcher Mead. Greenwich, Ct. 

Physician. * b. Greenwich, Ct., 20.\ug.'23; son of Amos and Mary (Purdy); prep., 
Greenwich acad. * At Williams, '39-40. * Med. stu., N.Y. city, '44-7; phys., Sing Sing, 
N.Y., '47; Greenwich, Ct., '48. * d. 5 Apr.'49. 

*Lewis M Meeker. New York City. 

. ' At Williams, '39-40. * In naval officer's office, N.Y. city. * d. about 

*John Sayles Poler. Takoma Park, D. C. 

Governnient clerk. * b. Stillwater, N.Y., 23 0ct.'22; son of Simon and Fanny (Sayles); 
lirep., Milville acad. * B.A. * Law stu., Albion and Medina, N.Y.; tea., Orleans co. ; 
law., '56-61; govt, clerk, Washington, D.C., '61-94; relief agt. for state of N.Y., '61-5. * 
Contrib., N.Y. Herald ; N.Y. Tribune. * m. Melissa Gilbert, Shelby, N.Y., 30 Jan. '45. * 
d. 28 Mar.'99. 

Luther Wilcox Savage. East Springfield, Pa. 

Farmer. * b. N. Granville, N.Y., 4 Oct. '17; son of Nathan and Hannah (Beach); prep., 
Geneva. * B.A. * Tea., '43-53; farmer, '53-. * Supt., Erie co. (Pa.) schs., "60-3; 
auditor, Erie co., '85-8. * m. Harriet Keith, E. Springfield, 19 Oct. '46. 

Tarrant Sibley. Bennington, Vt. 

Lawyer. * At Williams, '40-1; at Union, '41-3, B.A. * See Union. 



JJQ DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Lucius Edwin Smith. Groton, Mass. 

Clergyman and editor. * Cor. sec. * b. Williamstown, Mass., agjun. '23; son of Ste- 
phen and Mary (Torrey) ; prep., Williamstown. * B.A. * Law stu., Williamstown, '43- 
S; adm. to bar, '45; law., Williamstown, '45-7; ed., Hartford Coiirant, '47-8; Bost. Repub- 
lican, '48-9; sec. Am. Bap. miss, union, '49-54; stu.. Newton theol. inst., '54-7; ord. (Bap.) 
Groton, Mass., 14 Jan. '58; pas. there, '58-65; prof, of rhet and pas. theol. Lewisburg univ., 
'65-8; asso. ed., '67-8: lit. ed., N.Y. E.vaininer, '68-76; ed., Boston lyatchinan. '77-82; asso. 
ed., '82-92; in retirement, '92-00. * Auth., "Heroes and Martyrs of mod. miss, enter- 
prise," '52. * Contrib., Knickerbocker; N. Am.; Bibliotheca sacra; Encyclo. Americana. 
* D.D., '6g. * m. Josephine P. Shattuck, Groton, Mass., 18 Jan. '59. * Bro., Josiali T. 
'43. * d. 10 Feb. "00. 

*John Cotton Strong. South Seattle, WasTi. 

Clergyman. * b. Granby, Ct., 12 May '18; son of Jos. and Rhoda (Gates); prep., Mon- 
son (Mass.) acad. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '43-6; ord. (Cong.) Clandford, 
Mass., 16 Dec. '46; miss., Mohegan Indians, near Norwich, Ct., '46; Choctavvs, '46-9; Edg- 
ington. 111., '49-50; pas., Chester Factories, '50-3; Lyons, la., '53-5; Bradford, '55-7; supt., 
Chickasaw co. (la.) schs., '57-8; pas., St. (iharles, Minn., '58-61; Chain Lake Center, '61-8; 
supt., U.S. Indian sch., '68-70; tea., and farmer, '70-S8; res. and occ. supply, Orillia, and S. 
Seattle, Wash., '89-96. * Jus. of p., '78-88. * m. Celia S. Wright, Blandford, Mass., 
16 Dec. '46; (2) Cynthia R. Hamlin, Lyons, la., 2;^ Apr.'57. * Bro., Jos. D., '40. * d. i 
Dec. '96. 

*Henry Augustus Tuttle. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Merchant. * h. Whippany, N.J., 27 Jan. '21; son of Silas and Lorania (Baker) * At 
Williams, '40-3. * Tea., Hanover, N.J.; hardware merchant, Brooklyn, N.Y., '56-76. * 
m. Lydia A. Tuttle, Brooklyn, 15 Apr.'58. * d. 9 May '93. 

*Alden Barr Vining. Bridgeport, Ct. 

Merchant. * b. Plainfield, Mass., 23jun.'i8; son of Geo. and Susan (Woods); prep., 
Easthampton. * B.A. * Tea. and lect. ; law stu., Northampton; law., Charlemont; New 
Haven, Ct. ; res. in Cal. ; merchant, Bridgeport, Ct. * m. Philomela T. Reed, Cumming- 
ton, Mass., 6 Apr.'55. * d. 21 Oct. '57. 

*Samuel Eliot Warner. New York City. 

Secretary and editor. * b. Utica, N.Y., 29 May '23; son of Jared E. and Althea (Lord); 
prep., Watertown. * B.A. * Asst. sec. Am. tract soc, '44-87; ed.. Christian iveekly, 
'71-87. * m. Helen Potter, Utica, 20 Aug.'so. * d. 6 Jul. "87. 

Joseph Kingsbury Wight. New Hamburg, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.pres., pres. * b. Jawett City, Ct., 9 Feb. '24; son of Danl. and Rox- 
anna (Kingsbury); prep., Troy, N.Y., and Williamstown, Mass. * B.A. * Stu., Princ. 
theol. sem., '45-8; ord. (Presb. evang.) Troy, N.Y., 9Jun.'48; miss., Ningpo, China, '48- 
50; Shanghai, '50-4; '56-7; pas., Troy, N.Y., '57-8; New Hamburg (winter home. Green 
Cove Spa, Fla.) '59-. * Contrib., Princ. rev.; Presb. rev.; Presby.; 'N.Y. Ez'angelist. * 
Mem., Am. oriental soc. * Pub., "Hist, of the Presby. of North River"; "Hist of the 
Presby. of E. Fla"; "Reminiscences of 50 yrs. in the ministry." * m. Eliz. N. Van Dyke, 
Kingston, N.J., 15 Aug.'48. 

1844 
*Henry Jerome Barker. Adams, Mass. 

Civil engineer. * b. N. Adams, Mass., 3 Jan.'2i; son of John L. and Abigail (Sunder- 
land); prep., Lenox acad. * At Williams, '40-1. * Civ. eng., and eng. for Bost. & Alb., 
Mass. cent., and Lee & Hudson rys., '41-73. * Organizer, Berkshire mut. relief assn. ; 
mem., Mass. h. of reps. * m. Mary E. Adams, Corning, N.Y., 20 May '53. * d. 27 
May '73- 

*Cyrus Bentley. Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec. * h. '19; son of Wm. M. and Rhoda (Goodrich); prep., Lebanon 
Spa, N.Y. * At Williams, '40-1; rhet. prize; at Brown, '41-4, B.A. * Law stu., Albany, 
N.Y., '44-5; Harv. law sch., '45-6; Chicago, '46-7; adm. to bar, '47; law., Chicago, '47-88. 
* m. Anna Riley, Rochester, N.Y., 6 Sep. '53. * d. 23 Jun.'88. 

*Jacob Best. Coventry, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Livingston, N.Y., 3 Feb. '23; son of John and Marg. ; prep.. Claverack 
acad. * B.A. * Farmer, Livingston, '44-5; stu., Un. theol. sem., '45-8; ord. (Presb.) 
N.Y. city, 6 Dec. '48; miss., Gaboon, Africa. '49-61; w.c, Stuyvesant, N.Y., '61-4; del. to 
Chris, com., N.C., '63; pas., Waymart and Prompton, Pa., '64-75; Brooklyn, and Coventry, 
N.Y., '75-98. * Trans, parts of Bible into Bakele lang. * m. Gertrude Nevins, Ovid, 
N.Y.. 1 Dec.'53. * d. 16 Apr.'98. 



WILLIAMS — 1844- HI 

=^Hiram Chase. Chester, N. H. 

. * Son of Jos. and Abigail (Shaw). * At Williams, '40-2; at Union, '42-4, 

A.B. * d. 31 Aug.'45- 

*Henry Perrin Coon. Menlo Park, CaL 

Physician. * V.pres., pres. * b. Taghkanic, N.Y., 22 Sep. '22; son of Peter S. and 
Catherine (Decker); prep., Claverack acad. * E.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Claverack, N.Y., 
'44-6; stu., Un. theol. sem., '46-7; Princ. theol. sem., '47; med. stu., univ. of Pa., '47-9, 
M.D. ; phys., Syracuse, N.Y., '49-52; San Francisco, Cal., '53; Syracuse, '53-4; San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., '54-70: in retirement, Menlo Park, '70-84. * Police judge, '56-60; mayor, San 
Francisco, '63-7; state tide land comr., '68. * m. Ruthetta Folger, Hudson, N.Y., 18 Sep. 
'49; (2) Mrs. Hannah M. Bingham, Oct. '77. * d. San Francisco, 4 Dec. '84. 

♦Ambrose N Danforth. West Va. 

Physician. * b. Williamstown, Mass., 28Feb.'22; son of Conoel and Clarissa (Tyler); 
prep., Williamstown. * At Williams, '40-2. * Stu., Berkshire med. col., '44-7, M.D. ; 
phys., Stamford, Vt., '47-9; Little Orleans, Md., '49-61; in W.Va., '67. * Cap. in Union 
army. * d. '67. 

*William Joseph Davis. Chicago, 111. 

Insurance. * b. Billerica, Mass., — Nov.'zo; son of Jos. and Charlotte (Clark); prep., 
Buckland. * At Williams, '40-2. * Merchant, Shelburne Falls, '42-56; Chicago, '56-63; 
ins. agt., '63-86. * Mem., Mass. h. of reps. * m. Harriet Griswold, Buckland, Mass., 8 
.'\ug.'44. * d. s Jan. '86. 

*Isaac De Laraater. Home City, 0. 

Clergyman. * b. Sand Lake, N.Y., 20 Nov. '28; son of Saml. and Lucy (Sedgewick) ; 
prep., Geneva. * B.A. * Stu., Lane theol. sem., '44-7; ord. (Presb.) Dayton, O., '47; 
pas.. Mason, Lockland, Cedron, and Ueiley, O., '47-55; Attica and Thorntown, Ind., '55-62; 
chap., 72d Ind. vols., '62-5; pas. in mts. of Ky. and in Ind., '65-87; w.c, Home City, O., 
'87-92. * m. Eliz. F. Newton, Marietta, O., Oct.'47; (2) Charlotte E. Haire, Elizabeth- 
town, O., 27 Sep. '53. * d. 18 Dec. '92. 

*Charles Demond. Washington, D. C. 

Pension examiner. * b. Ware, Mass., 25 Sep. '22; son of Alpheus and P. (McClintock) ; 
prep., Ware. * Philos. orat. ; * B K. ; B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., New London, Ct., '44-6; law 
stu., Williamstown, Harv. law sch., and Boston, '46-8; adm. to bar, '48; law., Boston, '48- 
80; in charge of N.E. dept. of Christ, com., '62-6; exam., U.S. pension office, '81-9. * 
Alum, orat., Williams col., '65; mem., Mass. h. of reps., '66-7; Bost. sch. bd.; city govt.; 
treas., Mass. home miss. soc. * m. Ada. B. Campbell, Washington, 18 Nov. '58 * d. 2 
Apr. '89. 

*Joshua Edwards Ford. Geneseo, 111. 

Missionary. * V.pres.. pres. * b. Ogdensburg, N.Y., 3Aug.'2S; son of Geo. W. and 
Mary (Edwards); prep., Poughkeepsie col. sch. * B..A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '44-7; 
miss., Aleppo, Syria, '48-55; Beirut, '55-9; Deir Mimas, '59-65; lect. on missions, in Am., 
'65-6. * m. Mary Perry, Williamstown, Mass., 6 Sep.'47. * d. 3 Apr.'66. 

*James Green. Lowell, Wis. 

Farmer. * b. Monson. Mass., 13 Dec.'i9; son of Jas. and Hannah (Staunton); prep., 
Monson acad. * At Williams, '40-1, '42. * Law stu. and farmer, Bennington, Vt., '42- 
9; farmer and tea., Lowell, Wis., '49-63; farmer, Roscoe, Minn., '64-6; Lowell, Wis., '67-93. 
* Jus. of p., '51-4; town treas., '53; supt. of schs., '54. * m. Adeline Benson, Thomp- 
son, Ct. , 16 Apr.'44. * d. 26 Oct. '93. 

Calvin Colton Halsey. Montrose, Pa. 

Physician. " b. Bergen. N.Y.. 31 Mar.'23; son of Herman and Sophia (Woolworth). * 
B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Lewiston, N.Y., '44-5; prin., IMontrose (Pa.) acad., '45-7; stu., Jeff. 
med. col., '47-8; Montrose, and Castleton (Vt.) med. col., '49-50, M.D.; phys., Cambria, 
N.Y., '50-1; Montrose, Pa., '52-3; Nicholson, '53-9; Montrose, '59-. * Cap., (To. D, 35th 
Pa. vols., '63. * Pres., Susquehanna co. med. soc, '68-71; v.pres., state med. soc, '86; 
med. assn., '64-; coroner. '60-3. '69-81; U.S. pension e.xam., '64-85, '89-93. * Fellow, 
Am. acad. of med., '82. * Auth., "Hist, address at semi-centen. of Susquehanna co. med. 
soc," '87. * m. Mary F.theridge, Montrose, 27 Sep. '66. 

*Joseph Bridgman Hawk's. Vicksburg, Miss. 

Merchant. * b. Charlemont, Mass., 7 Dec. '18; son of Horace and Rachel (Smedley); 
prep.. Charlemont. and Buckland. * B.A. * Tea., Milwaukee, Wis., '44-7; St. Joseph, 
La., '47-55; merchant. St. Paul, Minn., '56-60; Charlemont, ilass., '61-4; tea.. State ref. 
sch., Meriden, Ct., '64-5. * m. Anna Burritt, New Britain, Ct., 20 Apr. '60. * d. 10 
Jun.'66. 



112 DELTA UrSILON DECENNIAL. 

Theron Holbrook Hawks. 626 Worthington St., Springfield, Mass. 

Instructor. ' Rcc.scc, prcs. * b. Cliarlemont, I\Iass., 24 Oct. '21; son of Calvin B. 
and Cordelia (Btitler); prep., Biickland. * Pres.. Philoteclinian; Adelphic un. ex. orat.; 
valedic ; 4> B K. ; B.A. * Tea., Easton, Pa., '44-5 ; Baltimore, Md., '45-7; N.Y. city, '47-8; 
stu., Un. theol. sem., '48-51; instr., Un. theol. seni., '51-4; ord. (Cong.) W. Springfiefd, 
Mass., 7Mar.'55; pas. there, '55-61; Cleveland, O., 61-8; Marietta, '69-83; instr., sch. for 
clir. workers, Springfield. Mass., '85-95; Bible norm, col., Springfield, '95- * Instr., 
Springier inst., N.Y. city, '49-54; Hart, ilieol. sem.., '85-6. * On sch. com., \V. Springfield, 
'55-61; trustee, Mt. Holyoke col., '58-6r; West. Res. col., '65-9; Marietta col., '71-85; cor- 
porate mem., .X.B.C.F.M., '71-94; moderator, Ohio cong. conf., '70. * Pub., sermons, 
"The Sunday sch., the family, and the church," '65. * Mem., Am. inst. of civics; Am. 
acad. of pol, and soc. sci. * D.D., '64. * m. Mary O. Hoadley, N.Y. city, 5 Jun.'ss. * 
:ions, ii-intlu-op B.. Marietta '78; Theron H., Marietta S3; grandson, Theron S. Mitchell, 
Marietta '04. 

*George Hodges. New York City. 

Banker. * b. Rutland, \'t., 1,3 .Tun. '26; son of Geo. T. and Emily (Bliss); prep., Lanes- 
boro, Mass. * At Williams, '40-3. * Merchant. N.Y. city; grocer, Chicago, 111.; agt. 
for Chicago banking firms in Ga. ; agt. for Lond. capitalists in S. Am.; banker, N.Y. city. * 
d. Amityville, L.I., 13 Aug.'Sj. 

*Julius W Hubbard. Guanajuato, Mex. 

Teacher. * b. IVortliampton, Mass.; son of John and Harriet; prep., Northampton. * 
At Williams, '40-1. * Tea. * Assassinated, Guanajuato, Mex., before '88. 

*Alexander Marcus Huling. Bennington, Vt. 

Lawyer. * b. Shaftsbury, Xt.. 30 Aug. '20; son of Danl. and Henrietta; prep., Benning- 
ton. * At Williams, '40-1. * I-aw stvi., Bennington, Vt.. '42-4; adm. to bar, '44; law., 
'44-86. * Del. to nat. Dem. conv., '64; Dem. cand. for state's atty., '86. * m. Mary S. 
Read, Bennington, 26 Aug.'Ss. * d. 4 .Sep. '86. 

*John Pearse Lansing. Watervliet, N. Y. 

Agent. * h. Watervliet, N.Y., 24 Oct. '22; son of l-'rancis and Ann; prep.. New Paltz. 

* B.A. * Farmer, \\'atervliet. N.Y., '44-51; tea., Lebanon. O.. '51-2; Minaville, N.Y., 
'52-3; Princeton, '53-4: Amsterdam and Gloversvillc, '54-6: Ephratah, '56-8; Knox. '58-63; 
Carlisle, '63-6; Spencertown, '66-7; Bath-on-the-Hvidson, '67-9; Cambridge. '69-72; asst. 
comp., Albany and Troy directories, '72: tea., Bennington, Yt.. '72-5; Duanesburg Corners, 
N.Y., '76-8; Clifton Park. '80-3; Burnt Hills. '84; Crescent. '85-6: agt. for Rochester seed 
firm, '88-96. * m. Louisa A. Martin, Watervliet, N.Y., 1 5 Oct. '46. * d. 7 Mar.'96. 

*Josiah Lasell. Whitinsville, Mass. 

Manufacturer. * b. Schoharie, N.Y., 6 Aug.'25; son of Chester and Nancy (Manning). 

* B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., Schoharie, U4-6: tea., Brooklyn, '46-8; N.Y. city, '48-51; 
joint founder of Lasell fern, sem., Auburndale, Mass., '51; tea. there, '51-60; mgr., machine- 
shop, Holyoke, '60-4; iron goods mfr., Whitinsville, '64-86. * m. Teannie \\'hitin, Whitins- 
ville. 6 .Tun. '55. * Bros., Nath., 'sg: Saml. M., '-U- * d. 15 Mar.'86. 

*Samuel Mills Lasell. Chatham, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Schoharie. N.Y., 10 Aug.'2n; son of Cliester and Nancy (Manning). * 
At Williams, '40-3. * Stu., Jeff. med. col., '43-6, M.D.; phys., Hudson and Chatham, N.Y., 
'46-51. * .Surg., Maj.-gen. Jacob's stafl'. * m. Lydia S. SVynkoop. * Bros.. Nath., '.;9; 
Josiah. '44. * d Schoharie, 6 Dec. '51. 

*Aretas Goodman Loomis. Greenfield, Mass. 

Clergyman. * V.pres. * b. Huttonsville, AV.\'a., 16 Oct.'2o; son of Rev. Aretas and 
Sarah (Goodman); prop., Bennington; Burr and Burton sem., Manchester, Yt. * B.A. * 
Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '44-7; ord. (Cong.) Bethlehem, Ct., 30 Jan. '50; pas. there, '49-60; 
res. and occ. supply, '60-8: Greenfield, Mass.. '68-93. * ni. EHz. M. Bellamy, Bethlehem, 
15 Jun.'53. * Bro., Elihu. '4/. * d. 1 Aug.'93. 

*Calvin Waldo Marsh. . St. Louis, Mo. 

Commission merchant. * b. Dalton, Mass., 8 Apr. '25; son of Henry; prep., Lenox, Pitts- 
field and Hadley. * :\t Williams, '40-1. * Vessel owner, Sandusky, O. ; com. merchant, 
St. Louis, Mo., '73. * Lieut, col. on staffs of Gens. Hallcck, Curtis and Schofield. * m. 
Anna W. King, Roxbury, Mass., 26 Dec. '60. * Bros., Henry L.. '41 : D'i'ight IV., '42. *d. 
25 Jun.'73. 



WILLIAMS— 1844- 113 

*Cyrus Taggart Mills. Brooklyn, Cal. 

Llfcigyman and teacher. * b. Paris, N.Y., 4May'ig; son of Wm.; prep., Paris and 
Manlius. ' B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '44-7; ord. (Presb.) X.V.city, Feb. '48; miss. 
and prin. Balticotta sem., Ceylon, '48-53; lect. on miss., Am. '54-6; pas., Berkshire, N.Y., 
'56-8; w.c, '58-60; prts., Oahu col., Honolulu, H.T., '60-4; owner and prin.. Mills sem., 
Brooklyn, Cal., '65-84. * D.D., '70. * m. Susan L. Tolman, Ware, Mass., 11 Sep. '48. 

* d. 20 Aug. '84. 

*Edward Noadiah Swift Morgan. Bennington, Vt. 

Physician. ' b. Pownal, Vt., 8 Jan. '26; son of Benj. F. ; prep., Pownal. * B.A. ; M.A. 

* Tea., Pownal, '44-5; med. stu., Pownal and Woodstock, '45-7; M.D., Berkshire med. col., 
'47; phys., Pownal, '47-63; Bennington, '64-84. * Supt., Pownal schs. ; pres., of state 
med. see; mem., Ct. senate, '61-2; state comr., prisons; state insane comr.; dep. U.S. mar- 
shal. * m. Laura L. Lull, Woodstock, Vt., 14 Feb. '49; (2) Anna A. Day, Bennington, 
Apr.'69. * d. 20 Jul. '84. 

*Martin Shaw Pixley. Plainfield, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec. * b. Plainfield, Mass., 26 Juii.'zo; son of Noah and Hannah 
(Shaw;; prep., Plainfield. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '44-6; tea., Delaware col., 
'46-7. * Bro.. Stephen C, ' ^2. * d. 29 Sep. '48. 

William Bainbridge Rice. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Manufacturer. * b. Williamsburg, Mass., 12 Jan. '24; son of Royal and Sarah (Hemin- 
way); prep., Williamsburg. * Commenc. appt. ; B.A. ; M.A. *' Tea., Peru and W. Worth- 
ington, Mass., '44-5; S. Egremont, '46; Norfolk, Ct., '46-58; steam heating bus., Pittsfield, 
Mass., '59-73; sch. supt., '76-85; silk mfr., '79-; in firm of Arthur H. Rice & co., '84-. * 
m. Caroline P. Hitchcock, Great Barrington, Mass., 20 Nov. '51. 

*David Rood. Covert, Mich. 

Missionary. * b. Buckland, Mass., 25 Apr.'iS: son of Josiah F. and Abigail (Howes); 
prep., Plainfield. * B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '44-7; ord. (Cong.) Plain- 
field, Mass., 6 Oct. "47; miss, of A.B.C.F.M. to Zulus, '47-88; Covert, Mich., "88-91. * 
Pub. (in Zulu lang.) "Talks on the works of nature"; "Primary geog."; "Primary arith."; 
hymn book and Scriptures. ' m. .Mzina V. Pi-\ley, Plainfield, 3 Oct. '47. * d. 8 Apr. '91. 

*William Lyman Silcox. Longmeadow, Mass. 

Theological student. * b. Paterson, X.J., 28 Feb. '20; son of Wm. C. and Lois; prep., 
Springfield, Mass. * B.A. * Tea.. \'a., '44-6; stu., Un. theol sem., '46-8. * d. N.Y. 
city, 6 Apr.'48. 

*Jared Sanford Smith. Golden, Col. 

Clergyman. * b. Hector, N.Y., 18 Dec. '18; son of Wm. G. and Mary (Warner); prep., 
Geneva. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., N.Adams, Mass., and Elizabeth, N.J., '44-50; prin., 
Newark (N.J.) acad.. '50-5; Newton acad., '55-9; ord. (Presb.) Nov. '59; pas., Andover, '59- 
62; pas., and tea., Hackettstown, '62-5; w.c. Mich., '65-6; pas.. Holly, '66-9; Sniithfield, 
'69-72; Golden, Col., '72-3. * m. Mary Temple, N.Adams, Mass., 4 Oct. '45; (2) Fidelia 
Temple, N. Adams, Aug.'sg. * d. 17 Sep. '73. 

*James H Spelman. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * At Williams, '40-2. * Pas., (Presb.) ' '52-69. * d. '69. 

Edward R Tinker. North Adams, Mass. 

Merchant. * At Williams, '40-1. * ISIerchant, N. Adams, Mass., '41-. * U.S. coll. 
of int. rev. 

James Morris Wilson. 848 Niagara St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

C'lergyman. * Rcc.sec. fres. * b. Princess Anne, Md., 21 Nov. '21 ; son of David M. 
and Biddy (Walker); prep., Williamstown, Mass. * B.A. * Med. stu., Williamstown, 
Mass., and Wash., D.C., '44-6; M.D., Berkshire med. col., '46; phys.. Wash., D.C., '47-58; 
gov't, clerk, '49-51: ord. (Cong.) Baltimore, Md., 15 Sep. '58; pas., St. John's ind. ch., '58- 
71; Dolphin St. Presb., '71-8; Little Meadows, Pa., '78-84; Nichols, N.Y., '84-92; w.c, '92- 

* m. Frances T. Smith, Williamstown, Mass., 5 Aug. '44; (2) Annie W. Smith, Newark, 
N.J., ID Jul. '60. 

*John Covell Wolcott. Cheshire, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Cheshire, Mass., 17 Dec.'iS; son of Russell B. and Sarah (Covell); prep., 
l^enox acad. * At Williams, '40-2. * Law stu., Lenox, Mass., '42-4; adm. to bar, '44; 
tea., Ravenna, O., '45; law., Cheshire, '45-88. * On sch. com., Cheshire, '51-3; mem., 
Mass. h. of reps., '54. * m. Clarissa B. Brown, N. Pownal, Vt., i Jan. '45; (2) Mrs. Rox- 
anna E. Bullard, Windsor, Mass., 3 Nov.'65. * d. 10 Jun.'88. 
8 



114^ DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Aaron Roberts Wolfe. 35 Hillside Av., Montclair, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec. * b. Mendham, N.J., 6 Sep. '21; son of Peter and Mary (Rob- 
erts); prep., Lanesboro, Mass. * Ed., Miscellany ; sr. ed. orat. ; Adelphic un. ex. orat. ; 
pres., Philotechnian; commenc. appt. ; B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '44-5; tea., Tallahas- 
see, Fla., '45-8; stu., Un. theol. sem., '48-51; ord. (Presb. evang.) Tallahassee, Nov. '51; 
tea., Montclair, '59-72; w.c, '72-. * Pub., hymns in "Church melodies," '59; in "Songs 
of the church"; poem, "Babylon," in Am. whig review, '51. * m. Laura F. Jackson, N.Y. 
city, 6 Jul. '58. * Sons, Austin D., New York '87 ; Arthur, New York '8g. 



1845 

^Nelson Falley Atkins. Toulon, 111. 

Teacher. * b. Blandford, Mass., 19 May '18; son of John H. W. and Margaret (Fow- 
ler) ; prep., VVestfield acad. * B.A. * Tea., and theol. stu., Essex co., N.Y., '45-51 ; Henry, 
111.; Naperville; Toulon, '51-69. * Sch. comr. and collector, Toulon. * m. Marie Put- 
nam, Toulon. * d. 6 Dec.'64. 

='=Henry Martyn Bacon. Toledo, 0. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec v. pres. * b. Albany, N.Y., 24 Sep. '27; son of Rev. Wm, and 
.\bby (Price); prep., privately. * B.A. * Tea., Natchez, Miss., '45-8; stu.. West. Res. 
theol. sem.; '48-9; tea., Vincennes, Ind., "50; Logansport, '51; lie. to preach, '51; pas., Cov- 
ington, '51-60; Attica, '60-2; chap., 63d Ind. vols., Aug.'62; disch., Jun.'65; pas., Toledo 
O., '65-94. * Trustee, Wooster univ. * D.D., West. Res. '76. * m. Mary A. Mallory, 
Covington ,Ind., 29Nov.'';2; (2) Mrs. Susan Orr, Terra Haute, '90. * Bro., Thos. S., 
'■12. * d. 6 Mar.'94. 

^•■William Wetmore Baldwin. Willington, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Granville, Mass., 24jun.'2o; son of Wetmore and Sarah; prep., (Gran- 
ville. * At Williams, '41-. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '45-8; ord. (Cong.) N. Rochester, 
Mass., 18 Jan. '70; pas., Ellsworth, Ct., '49-51; Burlington, Westminster, and Abington, Ct., 
"51-2; res. and occ. supply, Granville, Mass., '52-70; pas., N. Rochester, '70-1; Willington, 
Ct., '71-2. * m. Jane M. Lyman, New Hartford, Ct., 13 Jun.'49. * d. 1 1 Jul. '72. 

'''Charles Brewster. Williamstown, Mass. 

Student. * b. Peru, Mass., 7 Apr. '26; son of Jos. M. and Mary F. ; prep., Williamstown. 

* B.A. » d. '45. 

*Charles Duryee Buck. Middleton, N. J. 

Clergyman. * b. Knox, N.Y., 24 Aug.'26; son of Josiah J. and Amelia A.; prep.. Mai- 
den. * Adelphic un. ex. orat.; commenc. poem; B.A.; M.A. * Prin., Clinton acad., E. 
Hampton, L.I., '45-8; stu., Un. theol. sem., '48-9; ord. (R.D.) Peekskill, N.Y., 14 May '51; 
pas. there, '51-70; Hoboken, N.J., '70-4; Weehawken, '74-7; Middletown, '77-93. * Trus- 
tee, fern. col. inst., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. ; director. Am. Bible soc. ; alum, poet, Williams col., 
'67. * Contrib., Nat. preacher; Catli. Presby. * D.D., Rutgers '83. * m. Martha D. 
Pratt, Jewett,N.Y., 11 Sep. '51; (2) Eliza Kip, Hoboken, N.J., 14 Apr.'74. * d. 26 May '93. 

Stephen Bush. Waterford, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * At Williams, '41-3; at Union, '43-5, B.A. * See Union. 

=''Anson Clark. West Salem, Wis 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec. * h. Westhanipton, Mass., 2 Jul. '22: son of Nathan and Lo 
visa (I'.dwnrds); prep.. Hadley and Westhanipton. * B.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem. 
'45-S; ord. (Cong.) Wis., 10 Jan. '49; miss., Wauwatosa, Wis., and vicinity. '48-50; Brook 
f.eld. '50-6; Hartford, '56-67: W. Salem, '67-87: w.c, '87-90. * m. Mary L. Hooker, S 
Windsor, Ct., 20 Oct. '52. * Son. Calvin M., '^4. * d. 22 Jan. '90. 

'•'George Remembrance Cowles. Norwalk, Ct. 

Manufacturer. * b. Sheffield, Mass., i Oct. '27; son of Corrpl and Eliz. (North); prep.. 
Great Barrington. * 'B..\. * Tea., E.Meriden, Ct., '45-6; law stu,, '48-51; adm. to bar, 
'51; law., Norwalk, Ct., '51-6; ins. agt. ; sec, Norwalk fire ins. co. ; pres., Un. (woolen) 
mfg CO. * Direct., in many corporations; burgess, Norwalk: mem., Ct. h. of reps., '81-4. 

* 'm. Eliz. G. Durand, Norwalk, Ct., 11 Jul. '52. * d. N.Y. city, 7 Apr.'g-. 

Theodore Jacob Denton. New Hampton, N. Y. 

Merchant and farmer. * b. New Hamnton, N.Y., 22Dec.'24; son of Theo. B. and 
Eliz.; prep., Ridgebury, N.H. * B.A.: M.A. * Merchant and farmer. New Hampton, 
'45- * m. Harriet E. Barley, Middletown, N.Y., 27 Dec. '49; (2) Julia S. Linn, Hacken- 
sack, N.J., 18 Tun. '73. 



WILLIAMS— 1845- 115 

=!=William Woodbridge Eddj'. Beirut, Syria. 

Missionary. * Cor. sec. * b. Penn Van. N'.Y., iSDec.'js: son of Chauncey and Julia 
(W'oodridge) ; prep., Saratoga.* B.A. * Tea., Jacksonville, 111., '45-7; stu., Un. theol. 
seni., '47-50; res. lie, '50-1; ord. (Presb.) iSSep.'si; miss., Aleppo, Syria, '51-4; Beirut, 
'54-7; Sidon, '57-78; Beirut, '78-00. " D.Tl., Princeton, '74. * m. Hannah M. Condit, 
Oswego, X.Y., '51. * d. ?6 Fan. '00. 

*Charles Mason Hall. New York City. 

Lawyer. * b. New I^ebanon, N.Y., 2?Mar.'ji; son of Hezekiah and Hulda P.; prep., 
New Lebanon. * At Williams, '42-3. * Law stu., Albany. N.Y., '43-6; adm. to bar, 
'46; law., Chatham Four Corners, '47-9; N.Y. city, '59-00. * U.S. comr. * m. F.liz. 
A. Peaslee, Walden Bridge, N.Y., 12 Jul. '55. * d. 26 Mar.'oo. 

*Willard Hodges. Rochester, N. Y. 

Farmer. * Rcc.sec. * Son of Erastus and Laura (Loomis); prep., Litchfield (Ct.) 
acad. * At Williams, '41-3: at Yale, '45-7, B..\. * F'armer, Rochester, X.Y., '49-89. * 
Mem., N.Y. assem., '76-7; comr. for U.S. deposit fund for Monroe co., '73-89. * Pub., 
agr. and polit. articles. * m. Tane A. 15radlev, Fairfield. N.Y., 28 .Vug.'48. * d. 5 
Jul. '89. 

*Joel Albert Jennings. San Francisco, Cal. 

Teacher. * b. Brookfield, Mass., 6Mar.'2i; son of Calvin and Laura (Hastings); prep., 
Brookfield. * B.A. * Tea. and law stu. in Ga., '45-8; stu., Harv. law sch.. '48-9; gold 
miner in Cal., '49; lect. ; tea., Xew York city, '63-4; San FVancisco. Cal., '64-73. * d. 
Panama, 23 Jul. '73. 

='=Benjamin McClure. Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Theological stiulent. * b. Columbia cc, Pa., 28 Jun.'i6; son of Jas. and Susan (Boone); 
prcj)., privately. ' 15. .A. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '45. * d. Princeton, X.J., 26 Xov. 
'45- 

*Samuel Lewis Merrell. Springfield, Mass. 

Clergyman and instructor. * b. Utica, N.Y., i3Aug.'22; son of And. and Harriet 
(Camp): prep., Watertown. * Jr. c.x. orat. ; B.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '45-7; Princ. 
theol. sem., '47-8; ord. (Cong.) Norwich Corners, N.Y., 8 Jan. '50; miss., Utica, '48-9; pas., 
Norwich Corners, '49-51; Sanger, '51-2; Remsen and Alder Creek, '52-4; Martinsburg, 
'54-7; Cape X'incent, '57-61: chap., 35th N.Y. vols., i7jun.'6i; disch., i7jun.'63; pas., 
Theresa and Plessis, '63-7; Lysandcr, '67-75; w.c. Sacketts Harbor, '75-82; Springfield, 
Mass., '82-00; instr. and sec, sch. for Christian worjters, '85-00. * m. Cor. E. Hall, 
Knoxboro. N.Y., t Jun.'53. ' d. 28 Sep. '00. 

*Alonzo Danvers Nichols. Rockland, Me. 

Bank cashier. * b. Ithaca, N.Y., 26 Sep.'24; son of Jas. and Julia E. : prep., Newfield. 

* .\t Williams, 42-3. * Med. stu., '43-5; teleg., Ithaca. '45-8; Rockland, Me., '48-; ed.. 
Lime Rock Gazette; cashier, Lime Rock bank, '63: inv. of time fuse for bombs. * m. 
Catherine H. .Achorn, of Rockland, Albany, N.Y., Jul. '52. * d. Albany, N.Y., 25 Feb. '63. 

*Lawton Sylvanus Parsons. East Hampton, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. E.Hampton, N.Y., 18 Oct. '25; son of Sulvanus and Hannah (Terbell) ; 
prep., Plattsburg and E.Hampton. * .\t Williams, '41-4. * Law., E. Hampton, '61. * 
d. 29 Dec. '61. 

*Daniel Sheldon Rodman. Wellesley, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Stonington, Ct., 18 Sep. '19; son of Wm. W. and Lucy (Woodbridge); 
prep., .And., Mass. * At Williams, '42-3, M.A. * Tea., Stonington, '43-5; Buffalo, N.Y., 
'45-6; stu., Yale div. sch., '46-8; ord. (fJong.) Cheshire, Ct., 16 Oct. '49; pas. there, '49-55; 
tea., Stonington, '56-60; Montclair, N.J., '70-82; in retirement, Wellesley, Mass., '82-96. 

* m. Cor. Hitchcock, Cheshire, Ct., 18 Aug.'si. * d. 29 Nov. '96. 

George Lafayette Squier. 260 Lexington Av., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * Frcs. * b, Lanesboro. Mass., 29 May '24; son of Socrates and Eliza 
(Whitney); prep., Lanesboro. ' B.A. : M.A. * Law stu., Westfield and Springfield, 
'45-8; adm. to bar, '48: law., Holyoke, '48-50; Chicopee Falls, '50-2; in firm of Whittemore, 
Squier & Co., mfrs. li agr. tools, '52-7; pres., Bufl-'alo (N.Y.) agr. machine works, '57-68; 
in firm of Geo. S. Squier & Bro.. '93-7; treas. and mgr., Wm. B. Pierce Co., Buffalo. * 
m. Frances C. Pierce', Waverly, N.A^., 24 Feb. '57. 

*George Stone. South Orange, N. T. 

Real estate. * b. Salisbury, N.H., 4 Apr.'i6: son of Jas. J.; prep., Meredith. * B.A. 
Tea., Lyons Farms, N.J.; S.Orange: fr.rmer; real est. agt. * m. "Sarah E. Tomlinson, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 25 Jul. '59. * d. 25 Feb. '68. 



11(5 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

=^David Almerin Strong. East Granby, Ct. 

Clergyman. * V.^^res., pres. * b. Haddam, Ct., 6May'?o; son of Anson and Kuth 
(Selden); prep., Colcchester. * B.A. : M.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '45-8; ord. 
(Cong.) S.]Jeerfield, Mass., 21 Mar.'49, pas. there, '49-65 Cchap. hosp., Harpers' Ferry, 
"\'a., '63); Coleraine, '66-84; w.c, E.Granby, Ct., '84-8. ' Mem., Mass. h. of reps., '66. 

* m. Sarah E. Humphrey, Canton, Ct., 14 Aiig.'48. ' d. 8 Mar. '88. 

♦Ambrose Tower Tillson. Cummington, Mass. 

Theological student. * b. Cummington, Mass., 16 Tun. '21: son of Welcome and Leah 
(James): prep., Cummington. * B.A. * Stu., And. tlieol. sem., '47-50. * d. 6 2^1ar. 
'so. 

Titus Hutchinson Wadsworth. Franklin, N. H. 

Farmer. * b. Henniker, N.H., 28 Feb. '26; son of T. Vespasian and Susan; prep., Meri- 
den. ' At Williams, '41-2. * Tea., '42-7; farmer, Franklin, N.H., '47-. 

*Lewis White. Richland, 0. 

Miner. * Son of Wm. and Sarah (Lewis); prep., Lenox and Wilbraham, Mass. * 
At Williams, '42-3. * Tea., Lexington, Ky., '43-5; Cal. and British Am., '45-9; miner and 
prospector, Cal., '49-83: Richland, O., '83-4. * d. 2 Jan. '84. 

*Hyman Augustine Wilder. Hartford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Cornwall, Vt., 17 Feb.'22; son of Oria and Sally; prep., Millville, N.Y. 
B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '45-6; Hart, theol sem., '46-8; ord. (Cong.) 
Adams, Mass., 2 Mar.'49; miss., A.B.C.K.M., Zulu mission, S.Afr., '49-77; res., Waverly, 
Mass., and Hartford, Ct., '77. * Sec, Zulu mission. * m. Abby T. Linsley, Cornwall, 
Vt., 23 Feb. '49. ' d. 7 Sep. '77. 

1846 

*Erastus Anderson. Ware, Mass. 

Student. * Rcc.scc. * b. Ware, Mass., 23 Jan. '19; son of Nath. R. and Salome 
(Snell); prep., Monson and Wilbraham acads. * At Williams, '42-4; at Amherst, '44. * 
d. 6 Aug. '44. 

*Charles Bassett Ball. Wilton, Ct. 

Clergyman. * y.l'res.,prcs. " b. Lee, Mass., 9 Jul. '25; son of Isaac and Lydia (Bas- 
sett). * B.A. * Tea., Southampton, N.Y.; law stu., Cambridge, Mass.; law., Springfield; 
stu., Hart, theol. sem., '52-5; ord. (Cong.) Wilton, Ct., 20 Jan. '58; pas. there, '58-9. * 
m. Sarah A. Hunting, Southampton, L.L, 9 Oct. '55. * d. 27 Jan. '59. 

='=Eri Bogardus. Morton, 111. 

Farmer. * b. DeWitt, N.Y., 20 Feb. '21; Henry P. and Irene (Orton) ; prep., Manlius. 

* B.A. * Tea., and med. stu., Peoria, 111., '46-8; tea.. Deer Creek, '48-9; farmer, '49-81. 

* m. Mrs. !Mary A. Kingman, Deer Creek, 8 Mar.'49. * d. Deer Creek, 16 Oct.'Si. 

-Frederick Humphrey Brewster. Canton, China. 

Missionary. * b. Waterloo, N.Y., 20 Feb. '22; son of U'm. and Anne (Palmer); prep., 
Geneva Lyceum. * B.A.; M.A. * .Stu.. And. theol. sem., '48-9; Hart, theol. sem., 
'49-51; ord. (Cong.) Enfield, Ct., 25 Feb. '52; miss.. Canton, China, '53. * m. Mary C. 
Byrne, Windham, Ct., 13 Apr.'s?. * d. 29 Jan.'53.- 

*John Crossfield Clegg. New York City. 

Lawyer. * b. Carlisle, Eng., 28 Feb. '24; son of Edm. C. and Marg. M.; prep., privately. 

* B.A. * Tea., Worthington, Mass., '46; London, Eng., and Versailles, Fr., '47; tea. 
and newspaper corresp., Frankfort, Ger.. '48-50; priv. sec. to .\ustrian minister, '50-2; adm. 
to bar. N.Y. city, '52; law. there, '52-89; retired, '89-00. * .Sch. trustee of the loth ward, 
N.Y. city. * m. Barbara Geyer, N.Y. city, 27 reb.'53; (2) Eva R. Matignon. * d. 3 Dec. 
'on. 

-George Whitfield Coan. Wooster, 0. 

Missionary. * b. Bergen, N.Y., 30 Dec. '17; Ezra and Fanny (Hull); .Mhion acad. * 
B..\. * Stu., Tin. theol. sem., '46-9; ord. (Presb.) 6Jun.'49: miss., Oroomiah. Persia, 
'49-62: in U.S.. '62-4; miss.. Oroomiah, '64-74; res., Niles, Mich., '74-6; \^'ooster, O., '78-9. 

* m. Mr-i. Sarh P. Kip, .Mbany, N.Y. * d. 21 Dec. '79. 



WILLIAMS— 1846. 1_[7 

Gabriel Grant, M.D. 22 East 4Qth St., New York City. 

Surgeon. * b. Newark. N.J. * B.A., Williams, '46; M.A., '86. * M.D., col. of 
phys. and surgs.. '51; organized American hosp.. New Granada, Panama. '52; health comr. 
and surp., Newark, '54; surg., ^d N.J. vols.. '61; brig, and division surg. in battles of Bull 
Run (ist and 2d), Fair Oaks. Gaines Mills, Malvern Hill, Antietam, So. Mountain. Fred- 
ericksburg and Sartatia; hon. men. for gallantry; med. director, Evansville hospitals. '63; 
organizer and director, Madison U.S.A. gen. hosp., '63. * Congressional medal of honor 
for gallantry in battle; Surg.-Gen. medal, honor legion. * Mem., Loyal legion; Century 
club. 

George A Haynes. New York City. 

Broker. * At Williams. '.12-3. * Broker, N.Y. city. 

*Charles Lyman HubbelL Williamston, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Williamstown. Mass., 16 Sep. '27; son of Lyman and Louisa (Rossiter) ; 
prep., Troy (N.Y.) acad. * B.A. * Med. stu., Troy, Albany, N.Y. city and Berkshire 
med. sch., '46-8, M.D.; phys, Williamstown, Mass., '48-54; Troy, N.Y., '54-81; Williams- 
town, '81-90. * Surg., 7th N.Y. cav. and 12th N.Y. vols., '62. * Mem.. Mass. med. 
soc: N.Y. state med. soc: Am. acad. of med. * m. Julie-^te E. Bulkley, Monroe, Mich., 
20 Sep. '52. * d. 8 Oct. '90. 

*Allyn Stanley Kellogg. Newtonville, Mass. 

Clergyman and author. * Pres. * b. Vernon, Ct., 15 Oct. '24; son of Allyn and 
Eliza (White); prep.. Vernon h.s. * Philos. oral.; + B K. ; B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Cam- 
bridge, M.Y., '46-7; stu., Yale div. sch., '47-50; lie. to preach, 7 Jun.'49, by Tolland co. 
assn. ; preacher, Hagamon's Mills, N.Y., '52-3; Chandlerville. 111., '56-7; lit. work. '58-93; 
res., X'ernon, Ct., '58-74; Hartford, '74-89; Newtonville, Mass., '89-93. * Pub., "Memor. 
of Elder John White and his descendants," '60. * Mem., hist. soc. of Ct. * m. Maria 
L. Avery, .Auburn. N.Y., 12 May.'64. * d. 3 Apr.'93. 

=! Leander Kipp. Hudson, N. Y. 

.Student. * Rcc.scc. * b. Troy, N.Y., '19. * At Williams, '42-4. * d. 20 !May '44. 

*Thomas A Lovell. Waltham, Mass. 

* b. Pliiladclphia. Pa.. '21; son of Thos. A. and Clarinda. " .\t Williams, 

'42-3. * d. Lynn, Mass., 21 Jan. '86. 

Emmons Thomas Mockridge. 2235 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Merchant (retired). * b. Newark, N.J., 17 Dec. '25; son of Elihu and Lavinia (Norton); 
prep., Newark. * B..^. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '46-7; merchant. Pliila., Pa.. '49-87; 
ord. (Plymouth Brethren) Phila., '77; prof, of Gr. and Heb., Phila. script, knowledge soc, 
'77 \ life ins. agt.. '88. * Pres., Phila. med. mission, '93. * LL.D., univ. of Tenn., '99. 

* m. Martha G. Chandler, Pec. '49. 

*Isaiah Hall Nutting. Elgin, 111. 

Physician. * b. Groton. Mass., 14 Dec. '24; son of Jos. D. and Lucinda (Keep); prep., 
Groton. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Mich., '46-7; Brattleboro and Bennington. Vt.. '47-8; 
stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '48-51; stu., Berkshire med. col., '51, M.D.; tea., Mt. Hollis sem., 
Holliston, Mass.; prof., la. co!., '61; preacher and phys., Dyersville, la., and Elgin, 111., 
'61-5. * Supt. of schs.. Elgin, 111. * Auth., text-books on Eng. gram. * Contrib., 
Host. med. jour. * d. i Dec. '65. 

♦Increase Briggs Page. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Student. * b. Pittsfield, Mass., '18; son of Phineas; prep., privately. * At Williams, 
•42-3. * Bro., Joel S., '46. * d. 15 Aug.'43. 

*Joel Stanley Page. Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec. * b. Hawley, Mass., 26Apr.'22; son of Phineas; prep., privately. 

* B.A. * Tea., Watkinsville (Ga.) acad. and law stu., '46-8; law stu., Pittsfield, Mass., 
'48-50; adm. to bar, '50; law.. Pittsfield, '50-7; Chicago, 111., '57-83. * m. Lucy Cliapin, 
W.Stockbridge, Mass., 18 Jun.'56. * Bro., Increase B., '46. * d. 2 Aug."83. 

*Edward Lawrence Pugsley. Ghent, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Ghent. M.Y., '25. * At WiHiams, '43-4. * Bro., Eugene IV., '4'- * 
d. '47. 



228 DELTA UPSILOX DECENNIAL. 

-Ambrose Ryder. Carmel, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec, '\prcs. * b. Southeast, N.Y., 5 Mar.'26; son of Stephen and 
Betsey (Nichols); prep., N.Salem. * B.A. * Law stu., Carmel and N.Y. city, '46-9; 
adm. to bar, '49; law., Carmel, '49-92. * Judge and surrogate, Putnam co., '52-63; co. 
treas., '63; pres. elector, '68; supervisor, Carmel, '82-; pres., Putnam co. nat. bank. * 
m. Mary H. Hillyer, N.Salem, N.Y., 22 Oct. '49. * d. 9 Apr.'92. 

=^Marshall Danforth Sanders. Batticotta, Ceylon. 

.\xissionary. * b. W'illiamstown, Mass., 3. Jul. '23; son of Anth. and Celinda (Brown); 
prep., W'illiamstown. * B.A. * Tea., social circle and Athens, Ga., '46-8; stu., Aub. 
theol. sem., '48-51: ord. (Cong.) Williamstown, Mass., Jul. '51; miss., Ceylon, '51-71; prin., 
Batticotta (India) sem. * m. Georgiana Knight, Peru, Mass., 4 Sep. '51; (2) Carrie E. 
Webb, Adams, N.Y., 6 Apr.'70. * d. 29 Aug.';!. 

*William Nehemiah Sayre. Truckee, Cal. 

Mill superintendent. * R.ec.sec. * b. Southampton, N.Y., 24 Mar.'22. * B.A. * 
Tea., Eatonton, Ga., '46-7; stu., N.Y'. col. of phys. and surgs., '49-52, M.D.; phys., San 
Francisco, Cal.; miner in Cal. and Nev. ; supt., lumber mill, Truckee, Cal., '67-76. * d. 
24 Jvil.'76. 

*Andrew Murray Smith. Williamstown, Mass. 

Physician. " b. Williamstown, 7Nov.'26; son of Saml. and Betsy. * B.A. * Stu., 
Berkshire med. col., '46-7, M.D. ; phys., Williamstown, '47-62; asst. surg., 40th Mass vols., 
2 Sep. '62; surg., Oct. '64; disch., Feb. '65; phys., Williamstown, '65-96. * Pres., sch. bd., 
'82-96; chairman, lib. trustees, '90-6. * Mem., Berkshire hist. soc. ; Mass. med. soc. * 
Auth., "Med. in Berkshire," '90. * m. Laura M. Herford, 6 Jan. '46. * d. 25 Oct.'96. 

*James Harvey Tuthill. Riverhead, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Wading River, L.I.. iqFeb.'26; son of Nath. T. * B.A. * Law stu., 
Riverhead and N.Y. city, '46-9; adm. to bar, '49; law., Riverhead. '49-94. * Mem., N.Y. 
afsem., '61 and '66; dist. atty., Suffolk co., '67-75; surrogate, Suffolk co., '80-92. * Pres., 
Suffolk CO. hist. soc. * m. Maria F. Foster, Riverhead, 16 Jan. '50. * d. 18 Jan. '94. 

*Elisha Whittesey. Canaan, Ct. 

Clergyman and society secretary. * Cor. sec, v. pres.. pres. * b. Salisbury, Ct., 13 
Nov. '21: son of Eliphalet and Martha (Strong): prep., Lenox (Mass.) acad. * B.A. * 
Stu., Yale div. sch., '47-50; ord. CCong.) Canaan, (Tt., 4 Jun.'si; pas. there, '51-3; Seamen's 
chap, and pas., .St. Thomas, W.I., '53-5; pas., Kent, (it.. '55-8; Leroy, N.Y., '58-64; Water- 
bury, Ct., '64-71; ord. (Epis.) Canaan, 15 Nov. '71: sec. of soc. for increase of ministry 
(res. Hartford") '79-93; res., Canaan, '92-8. * m. Almira C. Cowles, Canaan, Ct., i6Sep. 
'51. * d. 19 Feb. "98. 

1847 

Samuel Frederick Bacon. 2527 N. 33d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clergyman (retired). * V.prcs.. pres. * b. Egremont, Mass., 27 Mar.'24; son of 
•Saml. and Rebecca D. (Hare); prep., (jreat Barrington. * Pres., Philotechnian; Adelphi, 
un. ex. orat. ; B.A. * Stu., Hart theol. sem., '47-50; ord ( F'resb.) Union, N.Y., Sep. '54, 
pas. there, "54-9; Newark N'alley, '59-66; Cortlandville, N.Y., '67-9; .Mbion, '69-70; Carlton, 
'70-4; Holly, '74-9; Oshkosh, '79-85; Richland, Mich., '85-93; Wantage, N.J., '93- * m. 
Lucy Barlow, Amenia, N.Y., i Jun.'52; (2) Mary R. Poage, Phila., Pa., 19 Nov. '93. 

^William Dexter Blanchard. Groton, Mass. 

Student. * b. Groton, Mass., 6 Dec. '26; son of Dexter and Charlotte; prep., Groton 
acad. * B.A. * Med. stu., (iroton, '47-8; Berkshire med. col., '48-9; in Cal., '49. * 
d. near \ uba River, 3 .Sep. '49. 

Louis W Bryant. 

* At W'illiams, '43-5. * Last known address, Elizabeth, N.J. 

Uzal Wade Condit. 941 Lehigh St., Easton, Pa. 

Clergyman. * b. Genoa, N.Y., 18 Aug.'ij; son of Uzal and Phoebe (W'ade) ; prep.. Or- 
ange. -N.J. * B.-A. ; M.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '47-50; ord. (Cong.) Lynnfield Cen- 
tre, Mass., 24 Oct. '50; pas. there, '50-5; Deerfield, N.H., '55-62; Salisbury, '64-9; Swedes- 
boro, N.J., '69-70; Osceola, Pa., '70-2; Jacksonville, '72-4; Clarksville, '74-8; Mansfield, 
N.J., '79-80; w.c. and tea,. Easton. Pa., '80-. * Pres., N.H. bd. of educ, '62-3; meni., 
Chris, com., '61-5; orat. at Easton's centen. celebration, '90. * .^uth., "Hist, of the city 
of Easton," '90 * Ph.D., Maryville, '89. * m. Martha E. \'anhouten, Patterson. X.J., 
I .\ug.'36. 



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*Thomas Schofield Dewing. Roseville, Cal. 

Clergyman. * Cor.sec. * b. Fishkill, N.Y., i6 Sep.'27. * B.A. * Stu., Princ. 
theol. sem., '47-50: ord. (Presb."» Tuscarora, N'.Y., 26 Oct. '52; miss., Pines, N.J., '50-1; 
pas., Tuscarora, X.Y., '52-3; Andover. 111., '54-5; Marshall co., la., '55-6; pas.. Warren- 
ham, Pa., '56-7; Wyalusing, '57-60: Southport, N.Y., '60-5; Elmira, '65-6; Pike, '66-9; 
Shamokin, Pa., '71-3; Cold Si>ring, '74-9; miss.. Eastern Md., '79-89; pas.. Barton, '88-90; 
Roseville, Cal., '91-. * In Chris, com., '64-5; chap., Elmira (N.Y) prison, '65. * m. 
Clarissa J. Walling, 4 Xov.'si. * d. 25 Feb.'gi. 

George Palmer Folsom. Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

Clergyman. * b. Ituffalo, N.Y., 16 Dec. "26; son of Ezekiel and Lucy (Fitch); prep., 
(Jrleans co. ' B.A. * Tea., South Jjend, Ind., '47-8; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '49-52; 
crd. (Fresb.) Batavia, N.Y., Feb.'53; pas., Attica, '52-9; Geneseo, '59-68; dist. sec. ch. erec- 
tion bd., Chicago, 111., '69-71, pas., Baraboo. Wis., '72-8; Chicago, '7S-80; Iowa City, la., 
'80-8; Carroll, '88-95. * Auth., "Hist, of Geneseo (N.Y.) ch. and village." * D.D., 
'81. * m. Lillie G. Frazer, Monroe, Mich., 28 Oct. '52. 

*James Manning Hosf ord. Geneseo, 111. 

Lawyer and insurance. * b. Williamstown, ]\Iass., 15 Apr. '22; son of Stephen and Amy 
(Brown); prep., Williamstown. * At Williams, '43-5. * Law stu., Auburn, N.Y., 
I 1 2th 111. vols., Jul. '62; cap., Sep. '62; maj., iisth reg., Oct. '62; in charge of commissary 
dept.. Camp Douglas, 111., Feb. '63; disch., i Oct. '65; law., and agt , Home ins. co. for HI., 
Geneseo, '65-98. * Jus. of p., Flbridge, '56-8; sell, siipt., '53-7; supt., Geneseo, '62-3. "* 
Bro., Henry B., '43. * d. 14 Aug.'98. 

♦Joseph Keeney. Lebanon, 111. 

Physician. * V.pres. * b. Leroy, N'.Y., 29 Jun.'22; son of Jos. and Mary (Bishop); 
prep., Leroy. * B.A. * Tea., Stephenson, N.Y., and med. stu., Albany, '47-51; phys., 
Union N'illage, N.Y., and Lebanon, 111., '51-62; surg. under St. Louis san. com., '62-3. * 
m. Mary F. Carpenter, Stephentown. N.Y., Oct.'st; (2) Helen C. Finley, '60. * d. 7 
Jul.'63. 

*Isaac Newton Lincoln. Williamstown, Mass, 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. prcs. * b. Plainfield, Mass., 16 Sep. '25; son of Isaac and Me- 
linda (Stoddard); prep.. Mountain sem., Worthington, and Williston sem. * Clas. orat. ; 
•I>BK.; B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem.. '47-50; ord. (Evang.) '53; prin., Hinsdale 
(Mass.) acad., '49-54; prof, of Lat. and Fr., Williams col., '53-62; pas., S. Williamstown, 
'S3-7; w.c, '57-62. * m. Lucy C. Phillips, Windsor, Mass., 28Aug.'5i. * Bro., Ephra- 
im L., '^5. * d. 5 Sep.'62. 

Elihu Loomis. Bedford, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Huttenville, \'a., 13 Oct. '23; son of Aretas and Sarah (Goodman); 
prep., Bennington (Vt.) acad., and Burr sem., Manchester. * B.A. * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '47-50; ord. (Cong.) N.Pownal, \'t., 22 Oct. '51; pas. there, '50-2; Littleton, Mass., 
'54-70; Chesterfield, 111., '70-8; Memphis, Mo., '77-80; Bonne Terre, '81; Oakwood, Mich., 
'82-5; Chesterfield, Mass., '85-95; w.c, Bedford, '95- * m. R. Augusta Lane, Bedford, 
Mass., 27 Nov. "51: (2) L. Annette Monroe, Alton, 111., 29 Jan.'79. * Bro., Aretas G., '44. 

*Judson Guitteau Lyman. New Hartford, Ct. 

Farmer. * b. N. Hartford, Ct., 21 Nov. '20; son of Danl. and Jerusha. * B.A. * 
Stu., Ham. theol. sem., '47-8: ord. (Bap.) Huntington, Ct. ; pas. there, '48-9; farmer. New 
Hartford, Ct., '49-79. * m. Abby B. Clarke, 21 Jun.'48. * d. 2 Sep.'79. 

Henry Colton Morris. 

• * At Williams, '44-6. * Last known address, Jordan, N.Y. 

♦William Allen Niles. Trumansburg, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Binghamton, N.Y., 29 May '23: son of Benj. and Malah (Dunning); 
prep., Ithaca. * B.A. ' Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '47-50; ord. (Presb.) Ithaca, N.Y., 22 
Jun.'5o; pas., Beaver Dam, Wis., '50-3; Watertown, '53-9; Corning, N.Y., '59-72; Hornells- 
ville, '72-89; w.c. Binghamton, '89; prof., (Jer. theol. sem., '90-1: Trumansburg, '92-6. * 
D.D., Hamilton, '68. * m. Mary E. West, Binghamton, N.Y., 27 Jun.'5o. * d. 14 Sep. 
'97- 

♦Charles Henry Norton. North Becket, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Westhampton, Mass., 12 Jun.'22; prep., Williston sem. * B.A. * 

Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '47-50; ord. (Cong.) .N^. Becket, Mass., 3oApr.'5i; pas. there, '51-7. 

* m. Luthera Fairman, of Westhampton, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 12 Dec. '48. * d. Louis- 
ville, Ky., 6 Jan. '57. 



120 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*John Lemuel Thomas Phillips. Willamstown, Mass. 

College professor. * Rcc.sec. v.pres., pres. * b. Windsor, Mass., i6Mar.'27; son of 
Tos. and Sybil (Bates): prep., Mt. sem., Worthington. * Pres., Philotechnian; valedic; 

♦ BK.; B.A. ; M.A. * Prin., Spencertown (N.Y.) acad., '47-9; Williston sem., Easthamp- 
ton, Mass., '49-51; stu., And. theol. sem., '51-2; tea., Williston sem., '54-7; prof, of Gr., 
Williams col., '57-68; res., Ballston, N.Y., '68-77; lib-. Williams col., '78-9. * d. 4 Apr. 
'79- 

Lyman Douglass Prindle. Glenwood, la. 

Lawyer. * b. Willianistown, Mass., 4 May '23; prep., Williamstown. * B.A. * Tea., 
in Ky., '4f?-5-; adm. to Ky bar; law., Glenwood. la.; Omaha, Neb.; farmer, Glenwood, la., 
■52-96. 

*Thomas Henderson Rouse. Belleview, Fla. 

Clergyman. * b. Pittston. N.Y., 17 Feb.'so; son of Joel C. and Emily (Henderson). 

* B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '47-9, '50; Un. theol. sem., '49-50; ord. (Cong.); pas., 
Feeding Hills, Mass., 'so-i; Poquonok, Ct., '51-6; Jamestown, N.Y., '56-68; tea.. Mills sem., 
Benicia, Cal., '69-70; pas., San Mateo. '70-8; Makawao, Maui, H.I., '78-85; Belleview, Fla., 
'85-99. * Pres., bd. of trustees. E.Maui, (H.I.) fern. sem. * m. Eliza Hallock, Plain- 
field, Mass., 17. Sep. '51. * d. 30 Mar.'99. 

*Charles Burt Sheldon. N. Pomona, Cal. 

Clergyman. * b. Williamstown, Mass., 18 Dec.'si ; son of Noah and Lydia (Smcdley); 
prep., privately. * Philos. orat. ; * B K. ; B.A. * Stu., West. res. theol. sem., '47-50; 
ord. (Presb.) Republic, O., 9 0ct.'5i; pas. there, '50-5; Excelsior, Minn., '55-83; miss., Los 
Angeles and N'entura, Cal., '83-4; w.c, Pomona, '85-95. * Mem., Minn, constit. conv., 
'58; trustee and treas., Pomona col. * m. Mary K. Prentice, S.Canaan, Ct., 12 May '47. 
Bro., Saml. B., '47. * d. Las Vegas, N.M., 21 Sep. '95. 

*Samuel Bridges Sheldon. Stockbridge, Mass. 

Teacher. * Rec.si'c * b. Lanesboro, Mass., ioApr.'26; son of Noah and Lydia 
(Smedley); prep., privately. * Salut.; * B K. ; B.A. * Tea., Cambridge, N.Y., '47-8; 
res., Stockbridge, Mass., '48-9. * Bro., Chas. 3., '47. * d. 11 Apr.'49. 

*Andrew Kingsbury Smith. New York City. 

Army surgeon. * b. Hartford, Ct., 9 Feb. '26; son of Norman and Betsey (Kingsbury); 
prep., Hartford. * B.A. ; M..\. * Med. stu., Castleton and Jeff. med. cols., '47-9; N.Y. 
med. col., '52, M.D. ; res. surg. Emigrant hosp., N.Y. city, '49-53; asst. surg., U.S.A., '53-63; 
surg., '63; rank of brev. lieut.-col., '65; lieut.-col., '84; col.. '89. * Mem., Phila. acad. of 
nat. sci. * m. Sarah Sibley, Texas, '58; (2) Ellen Allison, Atlanta, Ga., 25 Jan. '71. * 
d. Highland Falls, N.Y., 14 Aug. '99. 

*Horace Boardman Smith. Elmira, N. Y. 

Lawyer and judge. * b. Whitingham, Vt., iSAug.'26; son of Dr. Nath. and Frances; 
prep., Bennington. * B.A. ; M.A. * Law stu., Bennington, '47-8; tea., Troy (Pa.) 
Judge, Chemung co., '59-83; jns., N.Y. sup. ct., '83-8; mem. of cong., '70-4. * m. Ellen 
Heys, Cayuga, N.Y., Dec.'5o. * d. 26 Dec. '88. 

*Thomas Ward Stafford. Chicago, 111. 

Farmer. * b. N.Y. city, ioSep.'25; prep., Bloomfield, N.J. * At Williams, '43-6. * 
In Cal., '46-9; farmer, Australia, '49-69; in Cal., '69-82; Olympia, Wash., '82-9. * d. 
Milwaukee, Wis., 29 Mar.'9i. 

*Nathaniel Emmons Taylor. Portage City, Wis. 

Lawyer. * B.A. * Law stu., Salem, N.Y. ; law.. Portage City, Wis., '57-64. * Co. 
dist. atty., '68-72. * d. 13 Apr.'74. 

*Julius Sylvester Townsend. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clergyman. * At Williams, '44-5. * Meth. clergyman. * d. Pt. Byron, N.li'. 

Abraham Van Wyck Van Vechten. 45 Pine St., New York City. 

Lawyer. * b. Bloomingburg, N.Y., 24Mar.'28; son of Rev. Saml. and Louisa (Van 
Wyck); prep., Poughkeepsie col. sch. * Pres. Adelphic un. ; class marshal; B.A. ; M.A. * 
Law stu., Poughkeepsie, N.Y., '47-8; tea., '48; law stu., N.Y. city, '48-9; adm. to bar, '49; 
law. (res. Hotel Manhattan, N.Y. city) '49-; adm. to U.S. sup. ct., '86. * Bro.. Theo. F., 
'50. 



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*Elias Eliot Warner. • Barboursville, Va. 

Teacher. * b. Canaan, N.Y., 13 Feb. '26; son of John E. ; prep., Canaan. * Adelphic 
un. valedic; B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., W.Stockbridge, Mass., '47-8; law stu., Hudson, N.Y., 
'48; tea., Spencertown, N.Y., '48-9; Barboursville, Va., '50-2; Coxsackie (X.Y.) acad., '53; 
Barboursville, Va., '53-4- * d- 27 Jul.'54. 

*John B Waterman. Williamstown, Mass, 

Student. * Son of Nath. G. and Nancy (Brayton) ; prep., Williamstown, Mass. * 
At Williams, '43-6. * d. 19 Apr.'46. 

"'■David Ames Wells. Norwich, Ct. 

Author. * Orat.. '/S com'.; pres., '81 and 'S4 convs. * b. Springfield, Mass., 17 Jun. 
'27; son of Jas. and Rebecca (Ames). * Commenc. speaker; '^ B K. ; B.A. ; M.A. * Asst 
ed., Springfield Repub., '48; stu., Lawrence sci. sch., '48-50, S.B.; tea., Groton, Mass., '50; 
prof., Lawrence sci. sch., '51-2; chemist, Boston, '53-4; ed., "Annual of sci. discovery," 
'50-65; with G. P. Putnam & Co., publishers, N.Y. city, '58-68; auth. and writer of econom- 
ic subjects (res., Norwich, Ct.), '65-98. * Ed., Pa. farm jour., '55; U.S. rev. comr., '65; 
spec, comr., '66-70; chairman, N.Y. bd. of tax comrs., '71-2; direct., of Erie ry., '78-9; 
mem., U.S. bd. of ry. arbitration, '79-82; pres.^ West Point visitors, '78; Am. free trade 
lea., '80-98; Am. soc. sci. assn., '75-8; trustee, Rensselaer poly, sch., '64-5; univ. lect. on 
prins. of taxation, Harv. univ., '88. * Auth., "Sketches of Williams col.," '47; "Year 
book of agr.," '56; "Knowledge is power," '56; "Familiar sci.," '56; "Things not generally 
known," '57; "Sci. of common things," '57; "Nat. philos.," '57; "(Themistry," '58; "Geol- 
ogy," '61; "Our burden and our strength," '64; reps, of U.S. rev. com., '66; reps, of U.S. 
spec. comr. of rev., '67-70; reps, of N.Y. state bd. of comrs. to revise tax laws, '71-2; "The 
recent fin., commercial and industrial experiences of the U.S.," '72; "Creed of free trade," 
'75; "Robinson Crusoe's money," '76; "Our merchant marine,"' '82; "Practical economics," 
'85; "A study of Mexico," '87; "The economic disturbances since '73," '87. * Hon. mem., 
Bost. nat. hist, soc; Hist. sees, of Pa. and N.Y.; Lond. statis. soc; Am. geog. soc; Cobden 
chib; Hon. for. assn. mem., Regia academia dei Lincei, Roma, '78 (reed, medal of soc, '80); 
cor. mem., Inst, of France, taking seat of John Stuart Mill. * LL.D., '71; D.C.L., Ox- 
ford, '74; LL.D., Harv., '89. * m. Mary S. Dwight, Norwich, 9 May '60; (2) Ellen A. 
Dwight, Norwich, 10 Jun. '79. * Son, David D., Harvard, '93. * d. 5 Nov.'98. 

*Henry Wells. Stockbridge, Mass. 

Student. * b. Stockbridge, Mass., 17 Oct.'27; son of Benoni C. and Alma (Ives) ; prep., 
Williams acad., Stockbridge. * At Williams, '43-5. * d. Sep. '45. 



1848 

*Morrill Bisbe Beals. Muskegon, Mich. 

Physician. * b. Pharsalia, N.Y., '22. * At Williams, '47-8. * Tea. and med. stu.; 
sell, supt., Flint, Mich., '52-; stu., Hahnemann med. col., Chicago, 111.; phys., Muskegon, 
Mich. * m. Caroline Wells, '57. * d. '89. 

James A Bell. 

* At Williams, '45-6. * Last known address, N.Y. city. 

Warren Clarke Benton. 1014 17th St., Washington, D. C. 

Lawyer (retired). * b. New Marlboro, Mass.. 30 Jun. '26; son of Philo and Emily 
(Clark); prep., Sheffield acad. and Norfolk (Ct.) acad. *^ B.A. * Law stu., Stockbridge, 
Mass., and \'alatie, N.Y., '48-50; adm. to bar, '50; law., Valatie, '50-1; Nassau, '51-7; Vala- 
tie. '57-66; Hudson, '66-75; in retirement and traveling, '75-97. * m. Cor. C. Walling, 
Austerlitz, N.Y., Apr.'49; (2) Frances Tones, Nassau, 3 Nov. '52; (3) Mary M. Hepburn, 
Georgetown, D.C., 14 Jun. '66. 

Albert H Bodman. 

. * At Williams, '44-6. * Last known address, Greenfield, Mass. 

*Thomas Scott Bradley. New Lebanon, N. H. 

Clergyman. * b. Lee, Mass.. 15 Apr. '25; son of Eli and Amanda (Ball); prep., Lee. * 
B.A. * Stu., Hart., And., and Aub. theol. seras., '48-51; theol. stu., Pittsfield, '51; ord. 
(Cong.) Wilton, Ct., Jul. '53; pas., Lanesboro, Mass., '51-2; Cornwall, Ct., '52-3; Wilton, 
'53-8; tea., Norwalk (Ct.) h.s., '58-61; pas., New Lebanon, N.H., '61-2; cap. in 9th N.Y. 
sharpshooters. '62-3. * m. Harriet L. Reed, Milan, O., 26 Oct. '53. * d. Phila., Pa., 28 
Jun. '63. 



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Edgar Warner Clarke. • Pana, lU. 

( lergyman. ' Rcc.scc, cor. sec, pres. * h. Marlboro, N.'S ., 29 May '25 ; son of Xath. 
and Hannah (Marsh); prep., Poughkeepsie. * Pres., Philotechnian; B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., 
Un. theol. sem., '48-51; ord. (Cong.) N.Evans, N.Y., 9 Dec. '52; pas. there, '52-6; Medina, 
'56-61; prin., Riverview sem., Milton, '62-70; pas., Cornwall, '71-3; Sterling, 111., '73-5; 
prin., Washington sem., Kichview, '75-80: pres., Irvington (111.) col., '80-4; pas., Pana 
Presb. ch., '84-94; emeritus, '94- * Jus. of p., Milton, N.Y., '68-71; pres., Medina bd. of 
educ, '58-61; Pana, 111., '97-00. * Auth., 'Geneal. of the Clarke family"; "Rev. Francis 
Peppard and descendants." * D.D., Blackburn '94. * m. Martha A. Northrop, New 
Haven, Ct., 9 Oct.'si. * Bro., IValtcr H., '54. 

*Eli Corwin. . Chicago, 111. 

Clergyman and financial secretary. * Rec.scc, -'.pres., pres. * b. Middletown, N.\., 
30 Oct. '24; son of John H. and Cynthia (Wells); prep., Newburg acad. * B.A. ; M.A. * 
Stu., Un. theol. sem.. '48-51; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. city, 22jun.'5i; pas., seaman's ch., San 
Francisco, Cal., '51-2; San Jose, '52-8; Honolulu, H.I., '58-68; Oakland, Cal., '68-70; San 
Francisco, '70-2; Jamestown, N.Y., '72-5; Jacksonville, 111., '75-80; Racine, Wis., '80-8; 
fin. sec, Chicago theol. sem., '88-99. * Sch. supt., San Jose, Cal., '56-8; sec, Cal. agr. 
soc, '56-7; trustee and act. pres., Oahu col., Honolulu, H.I., '58-68; asso. mgr., Mills sem., 
and fin. agt., Pac theol. sem., '72; trustee; Lake Forest univ., '85-9. * Auth.. poems and 
hymns. * D.D., '73. * m. Henrietta S. Howell, Newburg, N.Y., 16 Jul. '51. * d. 
19 Aug.'gg. 

Edwin Davenport. 

. * At Williams, '44-5. * Last known address, Boston, Mass. 

*Derick Defreest. New York City. 

Physician. * b. Troy, N.Y.; prep., Troy. * B.A. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '48-50; 
tea., Bristol, R.I., '50-; phys., N.Y. city. * d. 

*Jacob B Deuel. Stockbridge, Wis. 

. * b. Pine Plains, N.Y., '26; son of Saml. and Catherine; prep., Norwich. * 

Stockbridge, Wis.. '46-65. * m. Hannah Scott, Stockbridge, Wis. * d. Madison, Wis., 
'65- 

*Charles Seely Dunning. Metuchen, N. J. 

Clergyman. ' V.prcs.. pres. * b. Walkill, N.Y., 31 Jan. '27 ; son of Henry and Cath- 
erine (Arnot); prep.. Walkill. * Hist. orat. ; <I> B K. ; B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '49- 
52; ord. (Presb.) 8 Nov.'sS; pas., Binghamton. N.Y., '52-3; tutor, Un. theol. sem., '53-/; 
pas., Franklin, N.Y., '■;8-6i; Honesdale, Pa., '61-80; Hawley, '80-1; Kingston, '81-4; res., 
Metuchen, N.J., '81-5." * D.D., Lafayette '71. * m. Maria H. White, N.Y. city, 4 Nov. 
'57. * d. I Jun.'Ss. 

Samuel Tobey Field. Shelburne Falls, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Hawley, Mass., 20 Apr.'2o; son of Theo. and Deborah (Tobey); prep., 
Easthampton. * Math. orat.. ^ B K. ; B.A. * Law stu., Greenfield, Mass., '48-9; '51; 
tea., Freehold (N.J.) inst., '49-51; stu., Yale law sch., '52; adm. to bar, '52; law.. Shel- 
burne F'alls, Mass., '52- * Mem., sch. com., '53-9; pres., trustees of Arms acad., '80; 
mem., Mass. h. of reps., '55 and '68; dist. atty.. '76-80. * m. Sarah H. (Lamson) Smith, 
Greenfield, Mass., Nov. '56; (2) Su.san E. (Smith) Loomis, Boston, Mass., 8 Jul. '73. 

*Chandler Thomas Ford. Red Oak, la. 

Teacher. * b. Cummington, .Mass.; son of Eph. and Mehitable (Thomas); prep., W ilhs- 
ton sem. * B.A. * Tea., Millville, N.Y.; Elmira; law., Iowa city, la.; law. and farmer. 
Red Oak. * m. Clara Dawes, Schenectady, N.Y., 2t Aug.'48. " d. Stennett, la., 19 
Sep.'i)4- 

*Noah Ely Gardner. ^ _^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Hancock, Mass 

Teacher. * 
Williamstown 



Teacher. * b. Hancock, Mass., 27 Oct.'24; son of Perry G. and Esther (Ely); prep., S. 
B.A. * Tea., Hancock, Mass., '48-9. * d. 21 Nov.'49. 



*William Franklin Hurlbut. Lee, Mass. 

. * b. Lee, Mass. * .-\t Williams, '45-6. * d. 

Thomas Colton Parmelee Hyde. Andover, Ct. 

Farmer. * b. Bolton, Ct., 2SOct.'52; son of Rev. Lavius. * B..A.; M.A. * Stu., 
And. theol. sem., '48-9; Hart, theol. sem., '51-3; prin., Spencertown (N.\.) acad., and occ. 
supply, '53-6; pas. in Ct., N.Y., Mich., and Kan., '56-9; farmer, Andover, Ct., 59- _ Ed., 
rev. ed. of "N'illage hymns." "52. * m. Charlotte E. Burknap, Andover, Ct., 4 Mar. 57. 



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"Thomas Caldwell Ingalls. New York City. 

Merchant. ' b. Mcrrimac, N.H.. Jan. '28; son of Putnam and Marg. (Caldwell); prep., 
Newark, N.J. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Jersey city, N.J., '48-52; S. Orange, '53-; dealer 
in paper, A.Y. city. * m. Cynthia E. Cliapinan, Williamstown, Mass., '51. * d. 21 
Nov.'86. 

*Thomas Jefferson King. Machias, N. Y. 

I'hysician. * b. Easthampton, N.V., 4 Jun.'js: son of Saml. and Martha (Leek); prep., 
Easthampton. * B.A. * Stu., .Mb. med. col., '53-5 ; phys., Machias, N.Y., '55-9. * Mem., 
N.y. assem. ** m. Mary E. Farrar, Machias. N.Y., 4 Oct. '60. * d. 6 Nov. '89. 

*Arunali Hall Lilly. Troy, Kan. 

Clergyman. * b. Chenango, N.Y., 15 Mar.'ip; son of Foster and Deborah; prep., Bing- 
hamton acad. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '48-9, '50-1; Aub. theol. sem., '49-50; 
ord. (Presb.) .\'.Y. city, 10 Oct. '51; pas., Cranesville, N.f., '51-3; Centerville, N.Y., '53-5; 
Sherman, '55-6; Silver Creek, '56-9; E. Palmyra, '59-70; res., Albany, Kan., '70-1; (supply, 
Marysville, '71); Troy, '72-5. * m. Sophia M. Clarke, Milton, N'.Y., 22 Jan. '52. * Bro., 
Fester. '38. * d. !3Aug.'75. 

-John Gibson McMynn. Madison, Wis. 

Teacher. * b. Palatine Bridge, N.Y'., 9 Jul. '24; son of Robt. and Marg. (Cooke); prep., 
\. Granville acad. * Pres., Philologian; prize rhet. speaker; Adelphic un. debater; com- 
menc. appt. : <1' B K. : i;..\.; M.A. ' Tea., Kenosha, Wis., '48-53; Racine, '53-8; in Eur., 
'58-9; tea., Racine, '59-61; comsd. maj., loth Wis. vols., 24 Sep. '61; lieut. col., 25 Jul. '62; 
col., 28 Jan. '63; resigned, i7jun.'63; agt. for regents of Wis. norm, schs., '63-4; supt. of 
pub. instr., '64-8; sec, J. L Case machine co., '68-75; prin., McMynn acad., Racine, '75-82; 
in retirement, Racine, '82-6; IMadison, '86-00. * Pres., state tea. assn., and ed.. Wis. 
Jour, of cdiic. '5.3-.S; regent, state univ., '57-70, '80-9; pres., bd. of regents, '65-6; mem., 
bd. of visitors to W. Point acad., '66. * Mem., Wis. hist. soc. * m. Eleanor F. Wiley, 
Kenosha, Wis., 27 Dec.'52: (2) Marion F. Clarke, Racine, Wis., i Aug.'6o. * d. 5 Jun.'oo. 

*Jacob Gerritt Miller. Cedar Falls, la. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Sandlake, N.Y., 8 Sep. '23; son of Gerritt and Eva (Morri- 
son); prep., Troy acad. * B.-A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem.; ord. (Presb.) Whitehall, N.Y., 
12 Jan. '52; pas., Harwinton, Ct., '54-7; Green ]sland, '57-9; Branford, '59-64; Montrose, 
Pa., '64-81; Manchester, la., '82-8; res.. Cedar Falls, '88- * D.D., Maryville '79. * m. 
Mary .\. Hitchcock, Pittston, N.Y., 5 May '52; (.-) Mrs. Norma Wheelock, Troy, 19 Oct. '58. 

*Charles Drake Mills. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Pittsfield, Mass., 1 1 .Sep. '27; son of Drake and Sarah (Kilbourne); prep., 
Lanesboro. * B..A.; M.A. * Stu., Berkshire med. col., '48-5i,M.D.; druggist and phys., 
Pittsfield, Mass., '51-78. * Sec. and treas., Pittsfield Bib. soc; sec, Berkshire co. Bib. 
soc. * m. Eliz. J. Dean, Springfield, Mass., 10 May '59. * d. 17 Dec. '78. 

*William Pitt Porter. North Adams, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec. * h. .Ashfield, Mass., 25 Apr.' 19; son of Nathan and Eliz. (Tay- 
lor) ; prep., Easthampton. * B.-'V. * Prin., Drury acad., .V.Adams, '51-6; law., '56-73. 
* Dep. U.S. coll. of int. rev., '73. * m. .Sarah A. C. Perry, .Ashfield, ^lass., i Jan. '60. * 
d. 29 Mar.'73. 

*John Reed. Lampoc, Cal. 

F'armer and surveyor. * b. Milton, >Liss., 3 Mar. '26; son of John C. and Mary; prep., 
Milton. * B.A.; M..\. * Tea., Pacolet Mills, S.C, '49-50; Portsmouth, Va., '50-1; 
Nausemonde co., '51-2; San Antonio, Te.x., '52-3; surveyor, San F'rancisco, Cal., '54-7; 
farmer and surveyor, Lawrence's Station, '57-74; Lompoc, '74-94. * Surv. of Santa Clara 
CO., '62-3; .Santa Barbara co., '77-87. * m. Amanda M. S. Baker, Portland, Me., '51; (2) 
Mrs. Elal Miller, Lompoc, Cal., '82. * d. 25 Jul. '94. 

*John Dennis Strong. Lowville, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. Rockaway, N.J., 26 Jan. '21; son of Saml. B. and Susan 
(Casterline) ; prep., Millville (N.Y.) acad. * B.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '48-51; 
ord. (Presb.) Troy, la., Sep. '51; pas., Pt. Madison, '51; Iowa City, '51-5; Springfield, '55-6; 
Fairplay, Jamestown. Lowville and Leeds, Wis., '56-9. * m. Julia C. Chase, Auburn, 
K.Y., May '51. * d. 14 Mar. '59. 

*Nathan Trowbridge. Poughkeeosie, N. Y. 

Druggist. * b. N. East, N.Y., 10 Mar.'26; son of Stephen B. and Eliza; prep.. College 
Hill sch., Poughkeepsie, and Dutchess co. acad. * At W'illiams, '46-7; at New ^ork, '47- 
8, B..\. * Druggist. I'oughkeepsie, N.Y., '48-50: ' d. N.Y. city, 3 May '50. 



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1849 
John Marvin Batcheldor. 1106 W. Marshall St., Richmond, Va. 

Teacher. * b. Newbury, O., 22 Feb. "26; son of John and Sarah (Russell); prep.. Twins- 
burg. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Pownal, Vt., and Greensboro, N.C.; pres., York (Pa.) bus. 
col., '49-91; res., Richmond, \'a. * m. K. A. Griswold. Petersburg, N.Y., 6 Mar.'56. 

Edward Griffin Beckwith. Paia Maui, H. I. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc. cor. sec. * b. Great Harrington, Mass., z6 Nov.'26. * Vale- 
die. ; >i>BK.; B.A. * Tea., E. Granby, Ct., '49-50; Westfield (Mass.) norm, sch., '50-1; 
prin., Royal sch., Honolulu, H.I., '51-4; pres., Oahu col, '54-9; Pas., Sacramento, Ca.I, '59- 
60; stu.. And. theol. sem., '60-2; ord. (Cong.) San Francisco, Cal., 8 Feb. '63 ; pas. there, 
'62-9; tea., Oakland, '70-1; pas., Waterbury, Ct., '71-81; San Francisco, Cal., '81-7; for. 
oh., Honolulu and Paia, H.I., '87- * D.D., '74. * m. Carrie P. Armstrong, Honolulu, 
H.I., 17 Apr.'63. * Bro., George £., 53.' 

*Fisher Ames Boise. Blandford, Mass. 

Law student. * }'.f>'''S- * b. Blandford, Mass.. 17 Jul. '24: son of Reuben and Sally 
(Putnam); prep., Easthampton and Greenville. * Math. orat. ; <l' B K. ; B.A. * Law stu., 
Westfield, Mass., '49-52; adm. to Mass. bar, '52. * Bro.. Reuben P., '43. * d. Westfield, 
17 Apr. '52. 

*Evelyn Augustus Burt. Pittsfield, 111. 

Business. * b. Pittsfield, Mass., i9Apr.'28; son of Thos. and Eliz. (Norton); prep., 
Pittsfield. * At Williams, '45-8. * Priv. tutor. St. Louis, Mo.; engaged in bus., Pitts- 
field, 111., '60-99. * m. Jennie Criswell, St. Louis, Mo., i7jun.'6o. * d. 24 Nov.'gg. 

Albert Chamberlin. Croton Falls, N. Y. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. N. East, N.Y.. 8 Apr.'22; son of Calvin and Charlotte (Finch) ; 
prep., Dutchess acad., Poughkeepsie. * B.A. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '49-5-;; ord. 
(Presb.) N.Y. city, 28.\pr.'52; res., and supply, Ameniaville, '52-9; Croton Falls, '59-60; 
Salem Center, '60-1: supplied various places in vicin. of Croton Falls, '61-. * m. Julia 
Finch, Croton Falls, 28 jun.'6o. 

*George Munger Coan. Niles, Mich. 

Music teacher. * b. Madison, Ct., 13 Apr.'2^; son of Rev. George and Mabel (Mun- 
ger); prep., Albion (N.Y.) acad. * B.A. * M.A. * Priv. tutor in Eng., Medina, 
N.Y., '51; tea., vocal and instrum. music, Niles, Mich., '51-81. * m. Carrie M. Rollo, 
Niles, Mich., 24 Jan. '66. * d. 23 Nov. '81. 

*George Washington Connitt. New York City. 

Clergyman. * b. Elyria, O., 20 Sep.'23; son of John and Phoebe (Parker); prep.. Lock- 
port, N.Y. * Commenc. appt. ; B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., .\\\h. theol. sem.,. '50-1; Hart, theol. 
sem., 'i;T-3; ord. (Cone.) Deep River, Ct., 20 Dec. '54; pas. there. '54-61; Woodburn, N.Y., 
'61-6; New Prospect, '66-74: ord. Dea. Evang. in cath. apostolic ch., 26 Jul. '76; tea.. Fond 
du Lac- evang., Boston, Mass.; Prince Edward Is.; Hartford, Ct. ; N.Y. city, '76-98. * m. 
Lucy J. Tyler, Williamstown. Mass., 15 Aug.'sa; (2) Louisa Howes, Albany, N.Y., 30 Oct. 
'66.' * d. Otsego. N.Y., 16 May '98. 

*Zebina Curtiss. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Student. * b. Pittsfield, Mass. * At Williams, '46-8. * d. '48. 

Edward Irving Ford. 5 Jay St., Binghamton, N. Y, 

Phvsician retired). * b. Newark Valley, N.Y., 28Jun.'25: son of Marcus F. and Clar- 
issa (Clisbe); prep., Newark Valley and Oswego acad. * B.A. * Tea., Waverly, N.Y., 
'49-50; .\tticus. Pa., '50-1; Elmira, N.Y., '51-2; in pub. house, Hudson, O., '52-7; med. stu., 
Newark Valley and Binghamton, N.Y., '58-9; stu., N.Y. col. phys. and surgs., '59-60, M.D.; 
phvs., Binghamton. '60-3: asst. surg., U.S.A., May '63; ^urg. (rank of maj.) 2 Jan. '65; 
disch., 21 Jan. '66: phys., Binghamton, '66-81; prop.. Seaside sanitarium, Asbury Park, N.J., 
'81-96. *" Mem., bd. of exam, for surgs., '64-5. * Auth., "Early times on the Susque- 
hanna"; "Bingiiamton, its growth and development.". * Contrib., Ohio Observer; Family 
visitor: N.Y. Evangelist. * m. Anna S. Perkins, Athens, Pa., 16 Jul. '51. * Bros., Henry 
T., '58: Francis F. and Jos. C, Hamilton '5/. 

*Joseph Crane Foster. Red Mills, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.scc. fres. * b. Carmel, N.Y., 2oJul.'22; son of Thos. and Betsey 
(Crane); prep.. Amenia sem. and Cornelius inst., N.Y. city. * B.A. * Stu., Princ. 
theol. sem., '49-52: ord. (Presb.) Bedford, N.Y., 2 Tan.'ss; pas., Carmel, '5^-4; Red Mills, 
'55-9. * m. Hannah H. P. Jackson, Red Mills, N.Y., ioJan.'56. * d. St. Paul, Minn., 
23 Jul.'6o. 



WILLIAMS— iS49- 125 

Timothy AUyn Hazen. 82 Princeton St., Springfield, Mass. 

Clergyman (retired). * Pres. * b. Agawam, Mass., 24jun.'26; son of Reuben S. and 
Mary A. (.Wood); prep., W'estfield acad. * B.A. * Tea., Leno.x, Mass., '49-51; stu., 
Hart, theol. sem., '51-2; Un. theol. sem., '52-3; tea., Leno.x, "53-4; ord. (Con.g) Dalton, 
Mass., II Oct.'54; pas. there, '54-9; Broad Brook, Ct., '59-63; S. Lgremont, ]Mass., '63-9; 
Housatonic. '69-72; Goshen, Ct., '72-83; Curtisville, Mass.. '83-89; retired, '89-. ' Pub. 
sermons at ch. semi-centennial, S. Egremont. * m. Sarah A. Ives, Leno.x, Mass., 23 Aug. 
'53. * Bros.. .Ins. K., '56; Reuben S., '62. 

*Corydon Webster Higgens. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Clergyman and editor. ' b. Worthington, Mass., 18 Jan. '28; son of Luther and Lydia 
(King); prep., Worthington. * .Tun. ex. orat.; B.A. * Stu., .\ub. theol. sem., '50-2; 
ord. (Presb.) Spencer, X.V., '53; pas., E.Avon, '53-5: Spencer, '55-8; Newfield, '58-65; 
Big Flats, '65-6: Cottage Grove, Wis., '66-8; Osborn, Mo., '68-71; Beloit, Kan., '71-2; w.c, 
'72-94 (occ. supply) ; res., Beloit, Kan., '73-81 ; Kingston, Mo., '81-7 prop., Caldwell co. 
(Mo.) Sci'liiu'l. '81-7; Syracuse, Kan., '88-9; Eureka Spa, "89-90; Salt Lake city. Ut., 
'91-4. * m. Harriet W'. Chapin, Rochester, X.V., 21 .Tun. '53. ■* d. 21 Aug.'94. 

*James Barber Howard. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Pittsfield, Mass., 18 Nov."27. * B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. 
sem., '49-50; .And. theol. sem., '50-3; ord. (Cong.) Rockport, Me., 12 Dec. '54; pas. thtre, 
'54"5; '■es., I'ittsfield, Mass., '55-6. * d. i6Jan.'56. 

^Nathan Sherwood King. Yonkers, N. Y. 

I'hysician. * b. Fislikill, X.Y., 19 Dec. '24; son of Stephen and Sarah Sherwood); prep., 
Lima acad. * Commenc. appt. : B..\. ; M.A. * Stu., N.Y. col. of phys. and surgs., "49- 
52, M.D.; phys., N.V. city, '52-6; Broomfield, N.J., '56-64; N.Y. city. '64-8; Dobbs Ferry, 
'88-9; Yonkers, '89-98. * Sch. trustee, Norrisania, '72-4; 23d ward, N.Y. city, '74-81 ; 
pres., bd. of med. and surg. relief 23d and 24th wards; Yonkers bd. of educ. * m. I^aura 
B. I'oster, Newark, N.J., 19 May '56; (2) M. Eva Norris, N.Y. city, 12 Tun. '83. ' d. ii 
Dec. "98. 

*Robert Bruce Moorman. Roanoke, Va. 

Lawyer. * b. Harrisonburg, \'a., 5 !May'3o; son of Dr. .1. .T. and Martha (Newell). * 
At Williams, '46-7; at univ. of Va., '48-9. * Law., Rockbridge and Roanoke. \'a.. '49-51. 

* m. .\nnie ^I. I.ibbey. W'asli., D.C., 9. Fan. '51. * d. Stafford Spa, Miss., .Mar. "95. 

*John Scott Nelson. 'Williamstown, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Williamstown. Mass., 15. Tun. '22; prep., Williamstown. * B..\.;M..\. 

* Presb. clergyman, '55-60. * d. '60. 

*John Newbanks. Troy, N. Y. 

. " b. Cbazy, N.Y., 30.'\ug.'24; prep., Troy. * Pres., Philologian; .\delphic 

un. ex. orat.; commenc. speaker; B..\. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '49-50; .\ub. theol. sem., 
'50-2; ord. (Presb.) Chester, N.'Y., '53; pas. there, '^2-3; w.c, '53-5; insane, '55-93. * m. 
Mary T. W'atkins, Troy, N.Y., 5 May '45. * d. 28 Aug.'93. 

*John Marshall Newton. Cincinnati, 0. 

Librarian. ' b. Marlboro, Vt.. 6.Tul.'27; son of l^pli. H. and Huldah (Chipman); prep., 
Cambridge, N.Y. * At Williams, '45-8. * Jn Ca!., '50-2; S.Am., '52-4; Troy, N.Y., 
'54-6: clerk, Cincinnati, O., '57-78; young men's mercantile lib. assn., Cincinnati. '78-97. 

* d. 9 llec.'gr. 

*Luther Hopkins Northrop. West Haven, Ct. 

Teacher. * b. Marlboro, N.Y., 2 May '3 i ; son of Luther and Emeline (Austin); Pough- 
kcepsie acad. * B.A. * Tea., Southampton and Easthampton, I^.L; Mt. Pleasant milit. 
acad.. Sing Sing, ."^J.Y.; W. Haven (Ct.) acad. * m. Martha I. Dickerman. New Haven, 
Ct., Aug.'s6. * d. '89. 

Isaac Gray Ogden. 216 Summit Av., Summit, N.J. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Chenango, .\'.Y.. 23 Nov. '24; son of .Tonathan and Esther 
(^Woodin); prep., Binghamton acad. * Pres., Philologian; hist, orat.; "i* B K. ; B.A.; y[.A. 

* Tea.. Binghamton, '49-52: tutor, Lafayette col., '52-3; stu.. And. theol. sem.. '54- tea., 
Binghamton, '53-5: Sand Lake. '55-7; ord. (Presb.) -.'.Tan. '58; supplied, Allegany, '58-9; 
pas., Portville, N.Y.. '59-68; Almond, '69-71; tea., E. vjreenbush. and Lansingburg, '72-6; 
Buskirks Bridge. '76-80; Nineveh, '80-5; Conklin, '85-9; Argyle (res., Troy); in retire- 
ment — . * Vis. for ch. of the Good Shepherd and Faith ch., N.Y. city. * m. Eliz. E. 
Huntington, Adams, N.Y., i .•\ug.'52. 



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David Smith Pierce. 

• . * At Williams, '45"7- * Last known address, Pittsfield, Mass. 

*William Delano Putnam. Whitineton, Vt. 

Teacher. * b. Whitington, Vt., t Aug.'23. * B.A. ; M.A. " Tea., Poultney. \'t. * 
d. Poultney, '52. 

*Francis Rand. West Berlin, Mass. 

Teacher. * b. Roxbury, Mass., 30 Aug.'sj; son of Isaac and Anna VV. (Pollard); prep., 
Poxbury. * B.A. * Tea., Ashfield, Mass.; Cohasset; Aberdeen, Miss.; pas., Spencer, 
N.Y.; Nelson, Pa.: Farmington Hill; W. Milford; in retirement, VV. Berlin, Mass., — '89. 
* Contrib., Cliurch ■union. * m. Rachel R. Robb, Farmington Hill, Pa., 15 Nov. '59. * 
d. 27 .Tun. '89. 

*Newton Heniy Rosseter. Great Harrington, Mass. 

Theological student. * b. Great Barrington, Mass., 28 Oct. '30; son of Mark and Caro- 
line (Hamlin); prep., Great Barrington. ' Salut. ; 't' B K. ; B.A. * Stu., And. theol. 
sem., '51-3. * d. 20 Dec.'sj. 

Lyndon Arnold Smith. 

. * At Williams, '45-7. * Last known address, Newark, N.J. 

Joseph Dwight Strong. Oakland, Cal 

Clergyman. * b. Granby, Ct., 5 Jnn.'23: son of Jos. and Rhoda C. (Gates); prep., Mon- 
son (Mass.) acad. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '49-52; ord. (Cong.) Westport 
Ct., '55; pas. there, "52-5; Honolulu, H.I., '55-8; Oakland, Cal.. '58-62; San Francisco 
Cal., '62-7; Hyannis, Mass., '67-70; lit. work, '70-. * Mem., Honolulu free sch. bd. 0I 
directors, '57-8; supt., Alameda co. (Cal.) schs., '60-1; ed., San Francisco Hesferian 
Auth., "Child life in many lands"; "Children of many lands"; "The new year"; "The or 
phan brothers." * m. Marg. D. Bixby, VVilliamstown, Mass., '52. * Bro., John C, '43. 

♦Robert Mason Swift. Sheffield, Mass. 

Law student. * b. Sheffield, Mass., '27. * At Williams, '46-7. * Law stu.. West- 
field, Mass., '47-8. * d. Westfield, 18 Dec. '48. 

*David Haven Thayer. Enfield, Ct. 

Clergyman. * At Williams, '45-7; at Union, '47-9, B.A * See Union. 

Milton Burrall Whitney. Westfield, Mass. 

Lawyer. * V.pres., pies.: trii.ttee. * b. Granville, Mass., 6 Oct. '25; son of Saml. H. 
and Marilla (Dickinson); prep., Granville. * Pres., Philologian; jr. ed. orat. ; rhetor, 
prize; das. orat.; <l> B K. ; B.A. * Tea., Blandford. Mass., '49; prin., E. Granville acad., 
'so; Southwick h.s., '51; law stu., Westfield, Mass., '51-3; adm. to bar, Springfield, '53; 
law., Westfield, '53- * Trustee, Springfield savings bank, '59-; direct., ist nat. bank, '65-, 
and pres., '81-; chairman, visitors to Westfield norm, sch.; v.pres. and trustee, W^estfield 
acad., '85-90; pres. and trustee, '90-; direct., of Westfield athen;eum, '68-; pres., '90-; mem., 
state bd. of educ, '81-97; pres., Williams col. soc. of alum., '89; trial jus.. '58-68; mem., 
Mass. sen., '62-3; Repub. pres. elector, '68; del. to Repub. nat. conv., '80. * Fellow, Am. 
geog. soc, '91-. 

1850 

Peter Mason Bartlett. Maryville, Tenn. 

Clergyman and college president. * Pres. * h. Salisbury, Ct., 6 Feb. '20; son of Isaiah 
and Miriam (Mason); prep., Farmington (O.) acad. and Oberlin. * Metaphys. orat.; 
salut.; 4'BK.; B.A.; l\f.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '50-3; ord. (Cong.) Lanesboro, Mass., 
22 Aug '63; gen. agt.. Am. tract soc, Cincin., (.)., '53-4; pas., Circleville, '54-7; Lansing- 
burg, N.Y., '58-60; Mushing, '60-2; chap., ist N.Y. mounted rifles; pas., Windsor Locks, 
Ct., '66-9; pres., Maryville (Tenn.) col., and prof, of men. and mor. sci. and didac. theol., 
'68-87. * Pres., Am. button co., Maryville; Rockford cotton mills; bank of Maryville; 
Maryville bd. of educ. * Contrib., N.Y. Evangelist: Presb. jour.: Maryville Times. * 
D.D., Dartmouth '72; LL.D., Blackburn '94. * m. Eliza M. Higgins, Farmington, O., 24 
Jul. '45; (2) Julia W. Smedley, Williamstown, Mass., 21 Jul. '53; (3) Eliz. B. Haskell, tz 
Dec. '66; (4) Charlotte E. Phelps, Boston, Mass., i.; Feb. '69; (5) I'lorence M. Alden, Cave 
Spring, Ga.. 25 Apr.'72. 



WILLIAMS— iS.so. ;[27 

*Edward Payson Clarke. Stockbridge, Mass. 

. * b. Stockbridge, Mass., sJul.',3i: son of Rev. Tertius S. * At VVilliams, 

'.tS-50; at Yale, '50, B..\. * d. i Sep. '5,1. 

Frederick Alonzo Curtiss. 3717 Eliot St., Denver, Col. 

Business. * y.pres. * b. Slieffield, Mass., 21 Oct. '28; son of Ira and Artemisea (Wil- 
leughby) ; prep., Great Harrington. * Jr. ex.; B.A. * On .Milwaukee (Wis.) dai. Jour., 
';i; mining in Cal., '52; grain dealer, Madison, Wis., '53-5; grain and lumber dealer, .\rena, 
'55-62; explorer and gold miner in Montana, Id., and Or., '62-4; grain and lumber dealer, 
.■\rena, Wis., '64-7; oil producer and refiner. Clarion. Butler, and Warren cos.. Pa., '67-77; 
Bradford, Pa., '77-95; Denver, Col., '95-. * Contrib., Petroleum mo.; .-iiidrey mo. 

-'Oliver Bliss Hayes. Dalton, Mass. 

Bookkeeper. * Rec.sec...* h. S. Hadley, Mass., 7 Mar. '29; son of Toel. * Sec, 
Philologian; jr. ex., orat. ; B.A. ; M..'\. * Clerk, Carew mfg. co., S. Hadley Falls, Mass., 
'52-3; bookkeeper, Dalton, '54-5; mgr., B. Douglass & co. mere, agencies, Chicago, 111., 
'58-65; bookkeeper, Crane & co. (paper mfrs.) Dalton, '65-80; in retirement, '80-96. * 
Mem., sch. com., Dalton, '67-70; selectman, '71-3; tax collector, '83-5. * m. Josephine 
W. Laflin, Dalton, 2 Feb. '56. * d. 4 Jul. '96. 

-William M Kerr. South Middletown, N. Y. 

Soldier. * b. Middletown, N.Y., 17 Jul. '23; son of Jas. and .\bigail (Miller); prep., 
Middletown. * At Williams, '46-7. * Tea., Staten Js., N.Y., Williamsburg and (Chester, 
'47-63; priv., U..S.A., '63-4. * Wounded in battle of Wilderness; last seen in field hosp. ; 
probably dead. 

=''William Edward Merriman. Boston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec, ''res. * b. Hinsdale, Mass., 2o()ct.'25; son of Addison and 
Prudence (Adams); prep.. Burr and Burton sem., Manciiester, Vt. " Ethical orat.; <I> BK. ; 
R.A.; M.A. * Tea., Concord, '50-1; stu.. Un. theol. sem., '51-4; ord. (Cong.) Batavia, 
111., 13 Jan. '57, pas. there, '54*60; Green Bay, Wis., '61-3; pres.. Ripen col., '63-79; pas., 
Franklin st. ch., Somerville, Mass., '82-8; w.c. Boston, '8S-92. * Pres., soc. of Williams 
alum., '86; corporate mem., .^.B.C.F.M. * D.I)., '74. * m. Anna Lockford, Batavia, 7 
Jul. '57. * d .Marblehead, Mass., 1 Aug.'92. 

Alfred Johnson Olds. St. Charles, Minn. 

Insurance and real estate. * b. Rowe, .Mass., 7 Apr.'25: son of Alf. and Lue (Tuttle); 
prep., Drury acad., X. Adams. * B.A. * Civ. eng., Saratoga & Sackett's Harbor ry., 
'53; Pacific ry. (res., Washington, Mo.) '54; Quincy, iXIinn., '55-65; ins. agt. and real est. 
dealer, St. Charles. '65-. * Jus. of p.; mem., Minn, legis., '59-60. * m. Sarah A. Wad- 
leigh, Plainview, Minn., i May '59. 

William Dodge Porter. Summit, N. J. 

Nat. Temp. Society treasurer. * V.pres.: hist, in '84 Quinquennial. * h. Hartford, Ct., 15 
.'\.pr.'3i; son of Henry C. and Sarah (Cleveland); prep., Cornelius inst., N.Y. city. * Pres., 
Mills theol. soc; v.pres., Philologian; Adelphic un. sr. orat. * Clerk, Corning & co., bankers, 
N.Y. city, '51-4; cashier, Phelps, Dodge & co., '54-72; in firm of Porter & Bainbridge, '72- 
80; treas., .Nat. temp, soc, •( W. i8th St., N.Y. city, '8i-. * Mgr., Y.M.C.A.., N.Y. city, 
'52-3; N.Y. tract soc, '52-7; N.Y. city prim. S.S. un., '73-; mem., exec. com. of Union co. 
S.S. assn. of N.J. , '90-01 ; treas., N.Y. prim. SS. un. * Auth., "Objections to secret socs.," 
'50; "A vacation trip," '50; "Address before the Y.M.C..\. of N.Y. city," '53; "Literary attrac- 
tions of the Bible," '60; "Summer trip to the White mts.," '62; "Funeral of Pres. Smith, 
of Dartmouth col.," '77; "Needs of primary sch. rooms." '81; "Sunday-school work," '82; 
"Need of an internat. S..S. un.," '83; "Blessedness of primary work." '84; "How to neu- 
tralize bad home influences," '85; "Primary teachers' need of the aid of the Holy Spirit," 
'86; "Thoughts on S.S. primary work," '86; "Why children should attend public worship," 
'87; "Birthday letters in the primary class," '87; "Birthday letter of a father to his daugh- 
ter," '88; "Birthday letter to a little child in Heaven," '90; "Autumn trip to Florida and 
N. Carolina," '91; "Benefits of .attendance on a S.S. conv.," '00; "Fresh air home of Sum- 
mit, N.J.," '00. * m. .-Mexine Mifflin Coulter, Baltimore, Md., 31 May '62. 

^Albert Mansfield Pratt. Br^an, 0. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec. v.pres., pres. * b. Lanesboro, Mass., 26Dec.'25; son of Micah 
and Sophia (Humphreyville) ; prep., Middleboro h.s., and Lanesboro. * Jr. ex. orat.; B.A. 

* Law stu., Ravenna, O., '51-3; tea.. Ellsworth, '53;adm. to bar, '53; law., Bryan, '53-89. 

* Mem.. O. constit. conv., '73-4: del., Repub. nat. conv., '84. * m. Eliz. C. .\twood, 
Garrettsville. O., 17 Tan. '56; (2) IMary W. .Northrop, Cheshire, Mass., 26 Oct. '71. * d. 
13 Oct.'89. 



J^28 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

^Joseph Hussey Sprague. Hartford, Ct. 

Insurance. "' b. Greenfield, Mass., 8Mar.'2i; son of Peter T. and Maria ( Hussey J ; 
prep., Andover. * .At Williams, '46-7; at Harvard, '48-51, B.A. * Ed., Greenfield 
Gazette; sec., Conway fire ins. co., Boston, Mass.; sec. and pres.. Charter Oak fire ins. co., 
Hartford, Ct. ; founder and pres.. Atlas fire ins. co. ; actuary of ins. dept. of Ct., '83-95; 
Aetna life ins. co., '95-8. * Maj., of Hartford; mem., Ct. legis. * Mem., Actuarial see. 
* m. Ada Stevens, Jamaica Plain, Mass., 16 Sep. "56. * d. 21 Jul. '98. 

^Theodore Frelinghuysen Van Vechten. New York City. 

Law student. * Rec.sec, cor. sec. pres. * b. Wallkill, N.Y., 12 Mar. '30; son of Saml. 
and Louisa (Van Wyck) ; prep., Poughkeepsie col. ,sch. * Valedic. ; 'l> B K. ; B.A. * Law 
stu., N.Y. city, '50-3. * Bra., Abral'am P'., '47. ''' d. 20 Jun.'53. 



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Jarvis Martin Adams. 1041 Prospect St., Cleveland, 0. 

Lawyer. ' Pics.; del. to 50 coifz,\ * h. \\'hitehall. N.Y., 27 Aug. '27; son of Robt and 
Lucy (Wright); prep., Castleton sem., Vt. * B.A. * Law stu., Whitehall, '51-3; adm. 
to bar, '53; tea., Atwater, O., '53-4; dep. clerk. Common Pleas Ct., '54; law., Cleveland, O., 
'SS-. * Pres., N.Y., Pa., & O. ry., '81-. * m. Ada Walker, Brooklyn, N.Y., Apr. '61. * 
Bro., Robt. E.. '58. 

Charles Lucius Alden. 4 Gale Place, Troy, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Lewis, N.Y., 21 Aug.'27; son of Isaac and Hannah (Snow); prep., Troy. 

* B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., Troy, '52; Alb. law sch., '52-3; adm. to bar, '53; law., Troy, 
'53-98. * m. Mary J,. Taylor, St. Paul, Minn., i Oct.'68. 

*Willard Oscar Carpenter. Troy, N. Y. 

Newspaper man. * b. Troy, N.Y. ; son of Eph. and Eliz. (Filkins). * At Williams, 
'47-8. * Amusement ed., Troy Sun. Budget, 28 yrs. ; sp. Saratoga coiTesp., Troy Times. 

* m. Mary E. Worden, Cohoes, N.Y., Oct. '55. * d. 29 Jul.'92. 

*Thomas H Curtiss. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Produce dealer. * h. Tyringham, Mass., 6 Mar. '22; son of Caleb and Harriet (Hind); 
prep., Andover sem. * At Williams, '47-8. * Produce dealer, N.Y. city, '48-65; farmer, 
Great Barrington, Mass., '65-75; produce dealer, N.Y. and Brooklyn, '75-88. * m. Martha 
M. Hyde, Great Barrington, Mass., May '53; (2) Isadore Chamberlin, W.Stockbridge, Mass., 
26 Dec. '77. * d. 8 Jan. '88. 

Charles H Dann. 

. * At Williams, '48-50. * Last known address, Franklin, N.Y. 

*Abner DeWitt. Troy, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. S.Hadley, Mass.. 7 Aug.'26: son of John and Lucretia (Towne); prep., 
Easthampton. * B.A. ; M.A. * Law stu., '51-3; adm. to bar, '53; law., Cleveland. C)., 
'53-4; stu.. Auh. theol. sem., '55-8; ord. (Presb.) Hoosick Falls, N.Y., '58; pas. there. '58- 
65; Park ch., Troy, '66-71; 3d ch., '71-7. * m. Mary E. Hastings, S.Hadley, Mass., 4 
Nov. '58. * d. 18 Apr. '77. 

Prescott Fay. Quechy, Vt. 

Clergyman. * At Williams, '47-8; at Amherst, '48-51, B.A. * See .Amherst. 

*Ephraim Flint. Hinsdale, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec., cor.sec, v. pres., pres. * b. Lincoln, Mass., 29 Nov. '28; son of 
Ephraim and Susan (Bemis); prep., Lawrence acad., Groton. * B.A.; ]SLA. * Prin., 
AVestfield (Mass.) acad., '51-2, '55; (Drleans acad., '53-4; Lee h.s., '56-62; tea., Lynn, '62-5; 
stu., And. theol. sem., '66-7; ord. (Cong.) Hinsdale. Mass., 19 Sep. '67; pas. there, '67-82. 

* Trustee. Williams col., '72-82. * IXD., '72. * m. Orilla T. Hagar, 7 Apr.'57. * d. 
28 Nov.'82. 

"=Francis Fenelon Ford. Madison, Wis. 

Clergyman. * At Williams, '47-9; at Hamilton, '49-51, B.A. * See Hamilton. 

*Charles Warren Holbrook. Worcester, Mass. 

Business. * b. Holden, Mass., 10 May '28; son of Micah and Ro.xana; prep., Leicester 
acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., in N.C., '52; prin.. Greensboro (N.C.) clas. inst., '52-7; 
Moravia, N.Y., '57-8; bookseller, Worcester, Mass., '58-; Boston; insane. * m. Catherine 
C. Cross, W. Bo'ylston, Mass. * d. 28 May '88. 



WILLIAMS— 1851-52. J29 

Charles Stillman Joslin. Tiashoke, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Pittston, N.Y., zijun.'si; prep., Burr and Burton sem., Manchester, 
Vt. * B..\.; M.A. * Tea., Catonsville, Md., and Carsville (Pa.) sem., 'si-6; farmer, 
Buskirk's Bridge, N.Y. ; merchant, Troy, N.Y.; in retirement. * m. Emily Whiteside, 
Cambridge, N.Y., 3 Oct.'66. 

*Jesse Lorenzo Lyons. Jacksonville, Fla. 

Clergyman. * b. Montrose, Pa., 18 Apr.'24; son of Jesse and Melinda (Bennett); prep., 
Oxford, N.Y. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '51-4; ord. (Presb.) Montrose, 9 Nov.'54; 
miss., Syria, '54-6,3 1 res., Montrose, '63-71; gen. agt., Am. Bible soc., Jacksonville, Fla., 
'71-83; home miss., '83-8. * Clerk of the Presby. of E. Fla. * Auth., "VVines of Syria," 
Mariners' mo., '72; "Oriental sketches"; "Ladia, the stolen Syrian girl"; Marlaa, the kid- 
naped Persian boy." * D.D., Maryville '87. * m. Catherine N. Plumer, S. Berwick, 
Me., 26 Oct.'54. * d. I Mar.'88. 

*George Milton Noyes. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Leroy, N.Y., 9jan.'3o; son of Milton and Mary (Sedgwick); prep., 
Brockport col. inst. * B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., Buffalo, N.Y., '51-3; adm. to bar, '53; 
law., '53-62. * d. 25 Apr.'62. 

*Timothy Pickering Ranney. Newark, N. J. 

Lawyer. * At Williams, '47-8; at Amherst, '48-51, B.A. * See Amherst. 

*John Seymour. Danville, 111. 

Teacher. * F.prc.t., pres. * b. Granville, Mass., 22 Jul. '22; son of Ardon and Orpha 

(Collins); prep., privately. * B.A. * Tea., Danville, 111., '52-4. * Bro., Bela N., '52. 
* d. Sheboygan, Wis., Oct.'54. 

*James White. Williamstown, Mass. 

College treasurer. * Rec.sec, cor. sec; trustee. * b. Hinsdale, Mass., 9 Jul. '28; son 
of Jos. and Sophia IL ; prep., VVilliston sem. * Pres., Philologian; class orat. ; 'tBK.; 
B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Williston sem., Easthampton, Mass., '51-3; stu.. And. theol. sem., 
'53-4; dry goods dealer, Boston, '54-74; treas., Williams col., '86-9-5. * Trustee, Williams 
col., '74-9, '81-6, '88-95; rnem., Mass. h. of reps., '76-7; senator, '78-9; col. sec, '88-93. * 
m. Harriet C. Kittredge, Hinsdale, Mass., 22 Jan. '56. * Son, Franklin K., 'go. * d. 3 
Sep.'95. 

1852 
*Simeon Batchelor. Rutland, Vt. 

Writer. * b. Trowbridge, Eng., 21 Apr.'28; son of Matthew and Mary (O.xford) ; prep., 
Drury acad., Northampton, Mass. * At Williams, '48-50. * Pownal, Vt. ; Rutland. * 
d. 3 Sep. '61. 

*Rowan Clarke. Tyrone, Pa. 

Physician. * b. Huntingdon, Pa., 30 Apr. '27; son of Walter and Esther (Hill); prep., 
Huntingdon. * At Williams, '48-51. * Phys., Huntingdon, Pa., '53; Newton, '54-8; 
Birmingham, '59-60; Bellwood, '60-81; Tyrone, '81-96. * d. 3 .^pr.'96. 

*John Daniel English. Detroit, Mich. 

Clergyman. * b. Red Hook, N.Y., 3 Apr.'27; son of Thos. and Gertrude (Luyck); prep., 
Hartwick sem. * At Williams, '49-50. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '50-3; ord. (Luth.) 
Rhinebeck, N.Y., 6Sep.'53; pas., Ghent, N.Y., '53; Middlebury, '54-8; Fayette, '58-62; 
with 148th N.Y. vols., '62-3; in army again, '64-5; tea., Hartwick sem., N.Y., '66-71; pas., 
W. Fayette, '71-5; farmer, Waterloo; pas., Detroit, Mich. * m. Susan A. Miller, Hart- 
wick sem., N.Y., 26 F"eb.'53. * d. 7 Apr. '97. 

Charles Edward Harwood. N. Ontario, Cal. 

Lawyer (retired). * b. Bennington, Vt., 19 Oct. '30; son of Hiram and Eliza (Haswell); 
prep.. Bennington sem. * B.A. * Law stu., Bennington, Vt., '52-4; surv. in Ind., '54-6; 
adm. to Wis. bar, '56; law., Janesville, Wis., '56-64; Springfield, Mo., '66-89; in retire- 
ment, N.Ontario, Cal., '89-. * Pres., Greene co.. nat. bank, Springfield, Mo.; Ontario 
(Cal.) land & impr. co.; SanAntonio ry.; trustee, Drury and Pamona cols. * m. Catherine 
S. Henry, Bennington, Vt., 7 Oct. '58. * Era., Jas. H., '60; sons, Edw. C, Stanford '95; 
Paul H., Columbia 'oj. 



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*Norman Lewis Johnson. Elyria, 0. 

Lawyer. * Cor.sec. * b. Lenox, Mass., 23 Feb. '23; son of Billings and Eliz. (Chapel); 
prep., Lenox acad. and Lee h.s. * V.pres., and pres. of Philologian; B.A. * Law stu., 
Cambridge, Mass., '52-4; adm. to bar, '54: law., Pittsfield, '54-63; Elyria, O., '63-00. * 
m. Sarah S. Tillotson, Pittsfield, Mass., 23 Oct.'s6. * d. 21 May '00. 

*John Adams Kilburn. Penacook, N. H. 

Lawyer. * Cor.sec, v.pres. '* b. Boscawen, N.H., 6 Sep. '26: son of Geo. T. and Abi- 
gail (Allen); prep., Penacook (N.H.) h.s. * B.A. * Law stu.; law., Penacook, '57-60. 
m. Frances M. Brickett, Penacook, N.H. * d. 20 Xov.'6o. 

Jacob William Marcussohn. La Grange, 111. 

(Zlergyman (retired). * Adm. by Amherst. " b. Goelat, Austria, iijul.'26; prep., 
Williston sem. * At Amherst, '49-51 ; at Williams, '51-2, B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., 

'52-3; '54; Un. theol. sem., '53-4; ord. (Cong.) Wetherstield, Ct., 23 Jan. '55; miss., under 

A.B.ci.F.M., Salonica, Turkey, '56-9; Constantinople, '59-62; pas., Lockport, N.Y., '63-5; 

miss., Cincinnati, O., '65-7; pas., Gasport, '67-8; Lyndonville, '68-78; Barre Centre, '78-9; 

Holly, '79-81; evang., Chicago, 111., '83-4; pas., Waunakee, Wis., '84; Chicago, 111. * m. 
Julia Beringer, Stuttgart, (jer., 3 Aug.'59. 

*Benjamin Mason Munn. White Lake, S. D. 

Lawyer. * b. VV.Fairlee, Vt. ; son of Clark and Almira (Wild). * At Williams, '49-Sii 
jr. ex. orat. * Tea. and law stu., Rising Sun (Ind.) acad., '52-3: Charleston (111.) acad., 
'53-4; adm. to bar. '54; law., Charleston, '54-6; '62-9; cap., Co. D, 7th 111. vols., '61-2; Chi- 
cago, '66-99; VVhite Lake, S.D., '99-00. * Asst. corporation counsel of Chicago, '73; dep. 
U.S. coll. of int. rev., '82. * m. Emma A. Mears, Milton Falls, Vt., '53; (2) Mary A. 
Grinstead, Litchfield, 111., '61. * d. 2 Dec. '00. 

*James Harvey Parsons. Franklin, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Franklin, N.Y., 26Apr.'26; son of Harvey and Polly (Smith); prep., 
Del. lit'inst. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '52-6; res. lie, '56-7; ord. (Presb.) '60; 
pas., Rensselaerville, N.Y., '57-8; Coudersport, Pa., '59-62; res. and occ. supply, Franklin, 
N.Y., '63-8; pas., Otsego, '69-70; res. Franklin, '70-84. * d. 24 Sep.'84. 

Stephen Clapp Pixley. Inanda, Natal, S. Africa. 

Missionary. * V.pres., pres. * b. Plainfield, Mass., 22 Jun.'zg; son of Noah and Han- 
nah (Shaw); prep., Plainfield. * Missionary orat.; •i'BK. : B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. 
sem., '52-5; ord. ((Tong.) Plainfield, 25 Sep. '55; miss, to Natal under A.B.C.F.M., '56-. * 
Trans.,' Scriptures into Zulu; sec. and treas.. Am. Zulu mission. * Contrib., Miss Herald. 
* m. Louise Healy, Northampton, Mass., 13 Oct. '55. * Bro., Martin S., '44. 

*William Sidney Potter. Goodland Station, L T. 

Teacher. * b. Shelby, N.Y., 6Feb.'27; son of Chas. F. and Hetty (Noble); prep., 
Millville. * B.A. * Tea. among Choctaws, I.T., '52-4. * d. 31 Aug.'54. 

*Henry Lyman Pratt. Essex, Ct. 

Lawyer. * b. Saybrook, Ct., i2Aug.'29; son of Selden and Rebecca (Nott); prep., 
Essex. * B.A. ; M.A. * Law stu., Norwich and Hartford, Ct., '52-5; adm to bar, '55; 
lumber dealer, Mich., '56-60; law., Essex, Ct., '60-94- * Jus. of p., '61-90; judge of pro- 
bate, '61-2; mem., Ct. h. of reps., '66-7. * m. Laura P. Hayden, Essex, Ct., Apr.'63. * 
Bro., Llewellyn, '5J. * d. 28 Sep.'94. 

Llewellyn Pratt. 170 Broadway, Norwich, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Rec sec. pres. * b. Saybrook, Ct., 8Aug.'32; son of Selden M. and 
Rebecca (Clark); prep., Durham and Essex acads. * Jr. ex. orat.; commenc. speaker; 
<i>BK.; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Phila., Pa., '52-5; com. merchant, '55-9; tea., Phila., '59-65; 
theol. -Stu., '59-63; prof. nat. col. for deaf and dumb. Washington, D.C., '63-9; prof, of Lat., 
Knox col., '69-71; ord. (Cong.) Phila., Pa., 21 May '64; pas., N.Adams, Mass., '71-5; prof, 
of rhet., Williams col., '75-81; prof, of prac. theol., Hart, theol. sem., '80-8; pas., Broadway 
Cong, ch., Norwich, Ct., '88-. * Direct., N.W. Presb. theol. sem., '70; trustee ,Hart. 
theol. sem., '88-; Williams col., '84-9. * Mem., Ct. hist. soc. ; soc. of Bibl. lit. and exe- 
gesis. * D.D., '77. * m. Sarah P. Gulliver, Phila., Pa., 17 Oct. '55. * Bro., Henry L., 

'.';•?■ 

Bela Newton Seymour. 804 I St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. E.Granville, Mass., 25 Mar.'29; son of Ardon and Orpah 
(Collins); prep., privately. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '52-5; ord. (Cong.) Gran- 
ville, Mass., 20 Jun.'55; pas., Oroville, Cal., '56-9; Camptonville. '60-1; Alvarada and Cen- 
treville, '61-5; Haywards, '65-73; Walpole, Mass., '73-4; New Ipswich, N.H., '75-9; Ver- 
non, Ct., '79-83; Huntington, '8^-7; 5th ch.. Wash., n.C., '87-93; retired, '93-. * Supt. 
of .schs., Butte co., Cal., '57; Alameda co., '63-6. * Mem., N.H legis., '77. * Contrib., 
Cong, niiar. * m. Fmily Morse, Triangle, N.Y., 28 Jun.'55. * Bro., John, '57. 



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*Edwin Augustus Van Deusen. Spring Lake, N. Y. 

Farmer. * b. Greenport, N.Y., isMar.'aa.' * P.. A. * Med. stu., '52-5; farmer, 
Spring Lake, '55-87. * m. Delia M. King, Spring Lake, '62. * d. 8 Dec. '87. 

*William Welles. Columbia, Pa. 

Farmer. * b. Wyalusing, Pa., 8 May '29; son of Cha.s. F. and Ellen J. (Hollenback) ; 

prep., Friendsville. * At Williams, '49-50. * Bible colporteur. Carbon and Bradford 

COS., Pa., '56-7; farmer, Wolf farm, Columbia, '57-60. * ra. Frances B. Smith, Troy, 
Pa., 28 Oct.'57. * d. 14 Apr.'6o. 

Alden Bradford Whipple. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Clergyman. * V.l'-res., pies. * b. Lanesboro, Maas., 7 Feb.'24; son of Elias and Phila 
(Brown); prep., Easthampton. * B.A. * Ord., Lansingburg, N.Y., 30 Jul. '51; tea., 
Pittsfield, Mass., '53-4; tea. and pas., Nantucket, '54-8; prin. and instr., fem. sem., and 
pas., Lansingburg, N.Y., '58-70; pas., Pownal, Vt., '70-1; Adams, Mass., '71-3; Hoosick 
Falls, '73-5: tea. and pas., .Vantucket, '75-8; Cummington, '80-2; Hancock and Williams- 
town, '83-92; Flat Brook, '93-5; in interest of Berkshire hist, soc, '95- * In Chris, com. 
with army of Cumberland, '63. * Pub., "Letters from Europe," '73; hists. of Hancock, 
Hinsdale, Peru, Windsor, Savoy, Cheshire and Richmond, Mass. * Mem. and pres., Berk- 
shire hist, soc; N.Am. assn. of sci. ; Troy nat. hist. soc. * m Mary E. Robbins, Pittsfield, 
Mass., 6 Aug.' 57. 

1853 

Robert John Adams. 427 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Prcs. * b. N.Granville, N.Y., 1 Sep. '29; son of John and Betsey (Mer- 
riam) ; prep., N.Granville acad. * Prize speaker, jr. ex.; B.A. * Stu., Roch. theol. sem., 
'53-5; ord. (Bap.) Wallingford, Ct., Oct.'ss; pas. there, '55-69; Holyoke, Mass., '69-86; 
Stoughton street ch., Boston, '86-93. * Mem., bd. of Mass. Bap. state conv., '72-, and 
chairman of exec, com., '83-; bd. of Am. Bap. miss, un., '72-94; of exec. com. in charge of 
for. miss.; pres., northern Bap. educ. soc; mem., bd. of VVorcester (Mass.) acad., '74-, 
and chairman of exec, com.; gen. sec, '94-00; supt. of schs., Wallingford; exam., Williams 
col., '79-83: sec, Newton theol. inst., '93-4. * Pub., many sermons. * Contrib., Bap. 
rev. * D.D., Brown, '75. * m. Eliza J. Mason, N.Granville, N.Y., 13 Jul. '55; (2) H. 
Anna Richardson, Cambridge. Mass., May '99. * Son. Chas. R., Brown, '80. 

*George Eli Beckwith. Haiku, Maui, H. T. 

Sugar planter. * b. Great Barrington, Mass., 14 Nov. '28. * At Williams, '49-51. * 
Tea., Royal sch.. Punahow, H.I.; ist men. Haiku Sugar Co.; returned to U.S.; at Maka- 
was, H.I., and Haiku, '70-98. * m. Hattie Goodale, '63. * Bro., Edzv. G., '49. * d. 
23 Nov.'gS. 

Orlando Cullen Blackmer. Oak Park, 111. 

Manufacturers' agent. • * Rec.sec, v.pres., pres. * b. Barnard, Vt., 31 Dec. '27; son of 
Hiram and Phoebe. * Commenc. speaker; B.A. * Tea., Charleston, 111., '53-5; St. 
Charles, '56-7; Rockford, '57-9; Publisher, Chicago, '62-85; agrt., Hammond typewriter cc, 
'85-8: mfrs. agt., firm of O. C. Blackmer & Co., 41 E. Ind, av., Chicago, '88-. * Mem., 
Rockford (Til.) sch. bd., '59-61; Oak Park, '68-70. * Mem., Am. spelling reform assn. * 
m. Ellen E. Dow, Hanover, N.H., 4 Sep.'54; (2) Emily C. Wingate, Rockford, 111., 7 Jun.'6o. 

*James Alpheus Clark. Kalamazoo, Mich. 

College professor. * Cor. sec. * b. Washington, Mass., '28. * Pres., Philologian; 
philos. orat.; <I>BK.; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Dudley (Mass.) acad., '53-4; stu.. Newton thedl. 
sem., '54-7; instr. in Hebrew there, '57-8; pas., Adrian, Mich., '58-61; Fairfield, '62-3; prof., 
Kalamazoo col., '63-9; ed., Mich. Christian herald, '64-7. * Treas., Mich. Bap. conv. * 
d. 17 Aug.'69. 

Leveus Eddy. Danville, Ky. 

Clergyman and teacher. * Adm. by Adelbert. * b. Cazenovia, N.Y., 17 Jun.'34; son 
of Rev. Chauncey and Julia M. (Woodbridge) ; prep.. West Res. prep, sch., Hudson, O. * 
At Adelbert, '49-52; at Williams, '52-3; B.A.; M.A. * Tea. and surv., Mass. and N.H., 
'53-S; tea., state inst. for deaf and dumb, Delavan, Wis., '58-74; prin., inst. for deaf, dumb 
and blind, Romney, W.Va., '74; tea., state inst. for deaf mutes, Danville, Ky., '74-; ord. 
(Presb.) Harrisburg. Ky., Apr.'78. * Stated clerk, Pa. Presby. and Ky. synod. * m. 
Orpha S. Taylor, Delavan, Wis., 27 Jun.'6i. 

Elbridge Gale. 

* At Williams, '50-1. * Last known address, Bennington, Vt. 



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George Hazeltine, North Warren, Pa. 

Manufacturer. * V.pres. * b. Jamestown^ N.Y., 17 Aug.'32; son of Danl. and Me- 
hitabel (Bcmus); prep., Jamestown acad. ' B.A. * Woolen mfr., Jamestown, '53-65; 
N.Warren, Pa., '65-. * m. Adeline Hastings, Jamestown, N.Y. 

*George Marshall Howe. Framingham, Mass. 

Physician. * .-\t Williams, '49-50; at Union, '50-1. * See Union. 

Henry Austin Miner. 540 State St., Madison, Wis. 

Clergyman and editor. * Pres.; del. and v.pres '52 co;iv. * b. Halifax, Vt., i Jul. '29. 

* Pres., Philotechnian; jr. ex. orat.; B.A. * Stu., P.ang. tlieol. sem., '53-6; ord. (Cong.) 
Menasha, Wis., 19 Jan. '59; pas. there, '57-67; Monroe, '67-71; Columbus, '71-3; supt. of 
miss, for S.Wis., '73-83; ed., Oitr ch. work, '81-91; in firm of Tracy & Gibbs Co., printers, 
'89-; ed., N.W. Mail, 'qi. * Trustee, Ripon col., '62-74; Beloit col., '74-92; Downer col., 
'79-, and cor. sec, '84-; registrar of Wis. Cong, conv., '80-; sec. Wis. federation of re- 
forms, '98. * m. Hattie P. Rice, Walpole, Mass., 9 Aug.'58. 

Charles Henry Read. 20 Quincy St., N. Adams, Mass. 

Tanner. * b. Charlotte, \t., 10 Mar. '30; son of Amos and Julia (Palmer); prep., 
Bakersfield. * At Williams, '49-52- * Dealer in paints and oils, N.Y. city, '52-3; 
farmer, Charlotte, Vt., '53-61; trav. in Cal. and S.Am., '61-3; tanner, N.Adams, Mass., '63-. 

* Mem., Mass. h. of reps., '76. * m. Sarah Curtis, Lanesboro, Mass., 28 Nov,'50. 

*Joseph Smith Winans. Center Point, la. 

Lawyer. * At Williams, '49-52; at Hamilton, '52-3. B.A. * See Hamilton. 

*James Samuel Woods. New York City. 

Physician. * V.pres. * b. Geneva, N.Y., 3 Aug.'3T * B.A. * Stu.. Bellevue 
med. col., '53-6, M.D. ; phys., N.Y. city, '56-60. * m. Marg. M. McLaren, Pittsburg, Pa., 
Sep. '57. * d. 21 Nov. '60. 

1854 
*Judson Aspinwall. Franklin, Kan. 

Farm.er. * V.pres., pres. * b. Genoa, N.Y., 24 Feb. '23; son of Nath. P. and Angelina 
(Brush); prep., Elmira acad. * Miss, orat.; 4' B K. ; B.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'55-7; ord. (Presb.) Keokuk, la.. 30 Dec. '58; pas., Jordan, N.Y., '57-8; Keokuk, '58-9; 
Warsaw, 111., '59-61; Olathe, Prairie City and Black Jack, Kan., '61-4; farmer, Franklin. * 
m. Harriet A. McNViltiams, Elmira, N.Y., 29 Jun.'s7. * d. 10 Oct. '67. 

Walter Halsey Clarke. Parkville, Mo. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Milton, N.Y., 2 Jul. '32; son of Nath. and Hannah 
(Marsh); prep., Dutchess co. acad., Poughkeepsie. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Cornwall, 
N.Y., '54-6; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '56-8; Un. theol. sem., '58-9; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. city, 
30jun.'59: miss., Gaboon ,Afr., '59-61; Corisco, Afr., '61-3; Am., '63-5; Afr., '65-8; Am., 
engaged in trans, and printing for Afr. miss., '68-70; .pas., Ponca, Neb., '70-1; Elk Valley, 
'72-4; Daily Branch, '74-8: tea.. Silver Ridge sem., '78-87; Parkville, Mo., '87-. * Trans., 
Epistles, Revelation, hymn hook into Bengal lang. * m. Marie M. Jackson, of Cedar- 
ville, O., Evangasimbe, Corisco, Afr., i Jan.'6i. * Bro., Edgar IV., '4S. 

Daniel Foote. 

* At ^^'illiams, '50-2. * Last known address, Elmira, X.Y. ■ 

*Horace Barnes Foskett. Shenandoah, la. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.sec. ■•'.pros., pres. * b. New Hartford, Ct., 18 Dec. '24; son of 
Joel and Charlotte (Barnes); prep., N.Adams, Mass. * B.A. * Ord. (Cong.) Southboro, 
Mass., Nov. '54; pas. there, '54-6; Joliet, 111., '56-7: Kewanee, '57-62; priv., Co. A. 124th 
111. vols., '62; ord. sergt., 2d lieut. and chap., '62-3; disch., 14 Jul. '63; pas., Morris. 111., 
'64-9; Alonmouth. '69-75; Sacramento, Cal., '75-8; Marshalltown, '83-9; dist. miss, for S.W. 
la., '89-92. * Co. supt. of schs., '63; pres. of trustees, DesMoincs col. '87-9; postmaster, 
Essex, la., '81-3. * m. Esther E. Tngraham, N.Adams, Mass., 2 Jul. '54. * d. 2 Sep. '92. 

*John Patterson Shelton Gifford. Albany, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Canaan, N.Y., 25Cct.'33; son of Anson E. and Sarah (Patterson); 
prep., Kinderhook and Spencertown acads. * B.A. * Tea., Phila., Pa., '54-6; asst. prof., 
Alb. (N.Y.) med. col.: merchant and farmer, Chatham, N.Y., '56-73; in wholesale grain 
bus., Chicago, '73-5; in retirement, Chatham and Albany, '75-97. * (Tontrib., -Mb. .Argus. 
* m. Tane E. Winters, Alb., N.Y., 26 Dec. '58. * d. 13 .\ug.'9-. 



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Heman M Glass. Lake Av., Rochester, N. Y. 

Seedsman. * At Genesee and Williams, '50-3; at Amherst, '53-4. B..\. * See Am- 
herst. 

Henry Clay Merritt. Kewanee, 111. 

Cold storage. * Rec.scc. * b. Carmel, N.Y., 4 Dec. '31; son of Nathan and Eliza 
(Townsend) ; prep., Amenia sem. * B.A. * Wholesale dealer in poultry and game, Ke- 
wanee, 111., '34-. * m. Lorintha E. Moore, \\'ethersfield, la., 23 Feb. '57. 

Eldridge Mix. 55 Wachusett St., Worcester, Mass. 

Clergyman. ' Adm. ly Adelbert. * b. Atwater, O.. 15 Jan. '33. * .\t Adelbert, 
'50-2; at Williams, '52-4, B.A. * Tea., Windham and A'ewton Falls, O., '54-5; Wilton, 
Ct., '55-7; stu., Un. theol. sem., 'S7-9; And. theol. sem., '59-60: ord. (Presb.) N.Y. city, 
6Dec.'6o; asst. pas. there, '60-1; pas., Burlington, Vt., '62-7: Orange. N.J., '67-82; Fall 
River, Mass., '82-90; act. pas., Wellesley, '90-2; supt., Worcester city miss, soc, '93- * 
On N.J. state com. for deaf, dumb and blind, '75; mem., hist. soc. of N.J.; acad. of pol. 
and soc. sci. * D.D., Princeton, '78. * m. Abby S. Willard, Wilton, Ct, i May '61. 

Martin Henry Moore. 1025 Bluff St., Dubuque, la. 

Lumber dealer. * b. Dummerston, Vt., i5Mar.'29; son of Martin and Dolly (Dean); 
prep., W.Brattleboro acad. * Debater for Philotechnian soc; B.A. * Tea., Columbus, 
O., '55-6; ins. agt. and lumber dealer, Waterloo, la., '56-6;; lumber dealer, Dubuque, '65-. 
* Clerk of dist. ct., Black Hawk co. ; supt. of schs. ; chairman of supervisors; pres., Water- 
loo sch. bd. ; ist nat. bank of Waterloo; pres. and mgr.. Dubuque Lumber Co. * m. 
Matilda Wheeler, Dubuque, la., 15 Oct. '56; (2) Eliz. H. Radcliffe, Allamakee, la., 25 May 
'76. 

'••George Washington Northrup. Chicago, 111. 

Theological .seminary president. * Cor. sec, pros., '71. '7-*. '76 convs. * b. .\ntwerp, 
N.Y.. i3 0ct.':.'5; son of Wm. and Hannah (Foster). * Pres., Philologian; metaphys, 
orat.; "I> B K. ; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Pittsfield, Mass., '54-5; stu., Roch. theol. sem., '55-8; 
prof, of ch. hist.. Roch. theol. sem., '58-67; prof, of sys. theol. and pres., Un. Bap. theol. 
sem., Chicago, 111., '67-92; prof, of sys. theol., Chicago univ., '92-9. * D.D., Rochester, 
'64; LL.D., Kalamazoo, '79. * d. 29 Dec.'oo. 

*Jarvis Rockwell. North Adams, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Pres. * h. Peru, Mass.. iSMar.'2Q; son of Elisha and Cynthia S. ; prep., 
Hinsdale acad. * Jr. ex .orat.; valedic; <t> B K. ; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., X..\dams (^lass.) 
acad., '54-5; law stu., Pittsfield, '55-7; adm. tc bar, '57; law., Hinsdale, '57-63; N.Adams, 
'63-85. * On N.Adams sch. com.; pres., lib. trustees; Berkshire nat. bank; v. pres.. Sav- 
ings bank; jud.(>,e, dist. ct., '70-85; mem., Mass. h. of reps., '62-3. * m. Mary E. Chapin, 
N..\dams, 15 Sep. '59. * d. 14 May '85. 

♦Robert Bayard Snowden. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec., v. pres. * b. N.Y. city, 21 Nov. '33; son of .\rthur H. and 
Laurantine (Bognrdus); prep., Cornelius inst., N.Y. city. * Jr. ex. orat.; commenc. speak- 
er; B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem.. '54-5; tea., Lenox, Mass., '55-6; stu., Un. theol. 
sem., '56-9: res. sec. '60-1: ord. (Cong.i S.Norwalk, Ct., i May '61; pas., Montville, '61-3; 
Ludlow, Vt., '64-5; Nevada City, Cal., '65-7; Redwood. '67-9; res., Honolulu, H.I., '6970; 
pas., Darien, Ct., '72-5: ord. (Epis.) Brooklyn, AIay'77; rector, St. John's ch.. Ft. Hamil- 
ton, Brooklyn, '76-91: founder and pas. of parish of ch. of Holy Spirit, Bath Beach, N.Y., 
'86-9; pas., St. Jude's ch., Brooklvn, '90-01. * Contrib., N.Y. even. Post; Tribune; 
Churchman; Religious Herald. * Mem., L.I. hist. soc. * m. Lillie A. Pierce, Ludlow, 
Vt., 25 Apr.'6s. * d. 9 Mar.'oi. 

Jacob Hurd Strong. 2243 Dwight Way, Berkeley, Cal. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Middle Haddam, Ct.. 26Dec.'2S; son of Anson and Clarissa 
(Hurd). * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '54-7; ord. (Cong.) New Preston, Ct., 23 
Dec. '57; pas. there, '57-62; Oxford, '63-5; Torrington, '65-9; Soquel. Cal., '70-5; tea., 
Santa Cruz, '75-6; pas.. Ferndale, '76-9; Clayton, Cal., '80-8; Sunol Glen. '88-97; in retire- 
ment, Berkeley, Cal., '97-. * m. Laura F. Walker, Vernon, Ct., 10 Jul. '57. 

*Horace Horatio Taft. Montgomery, Ala. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec. * b. Montague, Mass.. i2jun.'26; son of Chapin and Hariret 
(Bardwell): prep., Shelburne Falls acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Columbus, Ga.; Mont- 
gomery, Ala., '61. * m. Amelia Bardwell, Columbus, Ga., Jun.'57. * d. 30 Jan. '61. 

*James Judson Tucker. South Dedham, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. Halifax, Vt., 6 Oct. '27; son of Amos and Amanda (Jones); 
prep., Brattleboro acad. * B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., Newton theol. inst., '55-6; ord. (Bap.) 
Worcester, Mass., 30 Aug.'6o; pas.. New Bedford, '56-9: stu., Roc'n. theol sem., '59-60; 
pas., \\'orcester, Mass., '60-2; S.Dedbam, '62-4. * m Mary Burns, Halifax, Vt., 20 Aug. 
'55. * d. Chicago, 111., 13 Jan. '64. 



134 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Lyman Warner. Salisbury, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Adelbert. * b. Bolton, Ct., 4 Jul. '26; son of Ashbel and Abi- 
gail (Lyman); prep., Hiidson, O. * At Adelbert, '50-2; at Williams, '52-4, B.A. * Stu., 
Hart, theol. sem., '54-3; And. theol. sem., '55-7; ord. (Cong.) Ashfield, Mass., 28 0ct.'57; 
pas. there, '57-9; tea. and occ. supply, E.Hartford, Ct., '59-62; pas., Becket, Mass., '62-4; 
Rockford, la., '64-72: E.Hartland, Ct., '72-6; res., Salisbury, '76-9; pas., Burlington, '79-81; 
W.Granville, Mass., '81-5; res. occ. supply, Salisbury, '85- * m. Eliz. S. Olmstead, E. 
Hartford, Ct., 15 Oct.'57. 

1855 
*Cyrus Morris Dodd. Williamstown, Mass. 

College professor. * b. Broadalbin, N.Y., 19 Nov. '26; son of Joel and Betsy (Harrison); 
prep., Bloomfield, N.J. * At Williams, '45-6 and '54-5; math. orat. ; <I> B K. ; B.A. ; M.A. 

* Tea., Salem, N.J., '55-7; prof. of Lat., Jeff, col., '61-6; prof, of Lat. and math., Ind. state 
vmiv., '66-70; of math., Williams col., '70-97. * m. Mary C. Latham, Williamstown, 17 
Aug.'s7. * d. 25 Apr.'97. 

Samuel Baker Forbes. 206 Wethersfield Av., Hartford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, pres.; del. to '54 cow. * b. Westboro, Mass., i Aug.'26; son 
of Nathan and Pollv (Fairbank); prep., Easthampton. * Ethical orat.; <1> B K. ; B.A. * 
Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '55-7; ord. (Cong.) Manchester, Ct., 6 0ct.'S7; pas. there, '57-9; 
bus., W.Winsted, s'p-Si; pas., Rockville, '81-8; Wethersfield av. ch., Hartford, Ct., 
'89-99; w.c, '99-. * Trustee, Hart, theol. sem., '80-; Prohib. cand. for gov., '86; treas., 
nat. council of Cong. ch. of U.S., '89-. * m. Emily J. Guy, Hopkinton, Mass., 2 Sep. '46; 
(2) Lucy S. Ellsworth, E.Windsor, Ct., 2 Sep. '57; (3) Cornelia Beardsley, W.Winsted, Ct., 
23 Oct. '67. 

"*Alpha D Griswold. Southport, N. Y. 

* At \\'illiams, '51-4. * d. 3 Jan. '92. 

*James Alonzo Knapp. Carmel, N. Y. 

Farmer. * Son of Henry and Julia (Dean). * At Williams, '51-4. * Farmer, 
Carmel, N.Y. * m. Mary E. Cole, Carmel, 17 Feb. '59. * d. 22 Mar. '65. 

*Ephraim Livingston Lincoln. Westfield, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec, pres.: del. to '51 conv. * b. Plainfield, Mass., 14 Jan. '30; son of 
Isaac K. and Melinda (Stoddard); prep., Hinsdale. * Jr. ex.; salut. ; <^ B K. ; B..-\. * 
Law stu. and law., Pittsfield and Westfield; adm. to bar, '58. * Bro., Isaac N., '47. * d. 
8 Sep.'sg. 

George Alpha Miller. 1868 S. Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Andover, Ct., 3 Mar. '31; son of Alpha and Hannah (Hunt); 
prep., Monson (Mass.) acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '55-7; tea., Syra- 
cuse N.Y., '57-8; stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '58-9; ord. (Cong.) Burlington, Ct., 29 Nov. '59; 
pas. there, '59-62; Broadalbin, N.Y., '63-4; Hanesville, '64-7; E.Pitcairn, '65-7; Port Ley- 
den, '67-71; LaFayette, '72-5; w.c, Syracuse, N.Y., '75-81; pas., Monah, N.Y., '81; N.Y., 
'91-; Richford, N.Y., '83-6; Bozrah, Ct.. '86-91; in retirement, Syracuse, N.Y., '91-. * m. 
Helen S. Wood, Syracuse, 29 Sep. '59; (2) Marion A. Wood, Syracuse, 5 Jun.'88. 

Phineas Mixer. Almyra, Ark. 

Clergyman. * Adm by Adelbert. * b. Unionville, O., 18 Oct. '28; son of Phineas and 
Dorcas C. (Woodworth) ; prep., Tunisberg. * At Adelbert. '51-3; at Williams, '53-5. B.A. 

* Stu., Lane theol. sem., '55-8; ord. (Presb.) '58; pas.. Bowling Green, Ind., '59-60; Worth- 
ington, '60; various places in Ind., '61-8; Rancliman, Ark., '69; res., DeWitt and Almyra, 
'69-. * m. Emily Forbes, Painesville, O., 3 Jul. '62. 

*James Orton. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, cor. sec, v. pres. * b. Seneca Falls, N.Y., 21 Apr.'3o; son of 
Rev. A/ariah and Minerva (S(iuires) ; prep., Lisle, N.Y., and Easthampton, Mass. * Pres., 
Philotechnian; ed., Ouar.; rhetor, prize; philos. orat.;4>BK.; B A. * Stu., And. theol. 
Eem., '55-8; trav. in Eur., '58-60; ord. (Presb.) Greene, N.Y., 11 Jul. '60; pas. there, '60-1; 
Thomaston, Me., '61-3; Erigjiton, N.Y., '64-9; prof, of nat. hist. Vassar col., '69-77; liead 
of exploration parties in .S.Am., '67-8, '77. * Pu!j., "Miner's guide and metallurgist's di- 
rectory,'' '49; "Proverbialist and poet," '58; "Andes and the Amazon,'' '70; "Underground 
treasures; where to find them." '72; "Liberal educ. of women," '73; "Comparative zool," 
'75 * Ph.D., '76. * m. Ellen M. Foote, Williamstown, Mass., 17 Nov. '59. * d. Lake 
Titicaca, Peru, 22 Sep. '77. 



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*Jacob Whitcomb Pratt. Amherst, Mass. 

Farmer. * b. Plainfield, Mass., 2SJan.'3i; son of Jacob ard Mandana (Nash); prep., 
Plainfield and Hinsdale. * At Williams, '51-3. * Farmer, Plainfield, '53-72; Amherst, 
T2--}. * m. Harriet D. Shattuck, Hamilton, N.Y., 10 Jan. '56. * d. 16 Aug.'77. 

♦John Richards. New Hartford, Ct. 

Farmer. * b. New Hartford, Ct., 5 Jul. '22; son of Chas. and Lucy; prep., Williston 
sem. * B.A. * Farmer, New Hartford, Ct., '55-92. * Mem., Ct. legis., '78. * m. 
Kate L. Cady, New Hartford, Ct., 23 Dec. '63. * d. 2 Jan. '92. 

*Samuel Francis Shaw. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Physician. * V.prcs. * b. Plainfield, Mass., 7 Sep. '33; son of Saml. and Eliz. O. 
(Clarke); prep., Northampton col. inst. * Jr. ex. orat. ; commenc. speaker; B.A. * Med. 
stu., Plainfield, '55-9; N.^". col. phys. and snrgs., '59-62, M.D.; surg., Harvvood hosp., Wash- 
ington, D.C., '62; in navy, '62-81; phys., Phila., Pa.. '81-4. * m. Adelaide Roberts, Phila., 
27 Oct.'77. * d. 7 Dec. '84. 

Alvin Wallace. Auburn, N. Y. 

Business. * V.prps., prcs. * b. Hoosick, N.Y., 7 Jan. '3: ; son of David and Abigail; 
prep., Easthampton, Mass. * At Williams, '52-5. * Bus., Auburn, N.Y., '52-. 

George Thomas Washburn. Meriden, Ct. 

Missionary (retired). * Poet '7," conv. * b. Leno.x, Mass., 5 Sep. '32; son of Miles 
and Emily (Hatch); prep., Lenox acad. * B.A. * Stn., And. theol. sem., '55-8; ord. 
(Cong.1 24 Mar. '59; pas., E.Guilford, Vt.. '59-60: Battalagunda dist., India, '60-70; in 
charge Pasumaila theol. sem., '70-92: pres., Pasumalia col., '81-00; res., Meriden, Ct., '00-. 

* Ed., True We-vs, '71-96. * Fellow, univ. of Madras; mem., Madras Bible soc. * 
D.D., "89. * m. Eliza E. Case, Glcversville, N.V., i Sep. '59. 

*Charles P Wheeler. Temple, N. H. 

Farmer. * b. Concord, Mass.: son of Ariel and Harriet (Lincoln); prep., Groton, Mass. 

* At Williams, '51-3. * ist lieut., 5th Mass. cav., '65; farmer, Eufaula, Ala., '66-77; 
Temple, N.H., '77-97. * m. Ella C. Jaquith, Montgomery, Ala., 5 Oct. '66. * d. '97. 

1856 

♦James Abram Garfield. Washington, D. C. 

President of the United States. * Cor. sec: orat., '67 and '76 comw. : prcs., '70 and 'So 
couzs. * b. Orange, O., to Nov. '31; son of Abram and Eliza (Ballon); prep., privately. 

* Pres., Philologian; ed., Quar. : Adelphic un. ex.; mctaphys. orat ; 'I' B K. ; B.A. ; M..'\. * 
Clas. tea., Hiram (O.) inst., '56-61; pres., '57-61; law stu., '58-60; adm. to bar, '60; comsd., 
lieut. col., 42d O. vols., 14 Aug.'6i; col., 14 Sep. '61 ; brie. gen.. 10 Jan. '62; chief of staff to 
Gen. Rosecrans, '62-3; maj. gen., 19 Sep. '63; resigned, .^ Dec. '63; mem. of cong., '63-80; 
U.S. sen. -elect from Ohio, '80; pres. of U.S., '81. * Adelphic un. orat., '76; trustee. Wil- 
liams col., '80-1; Bethany col. and Hiram col.; mem., electoral com., '77; regent, Smith- 
sonian inst. * Pub., forty speeches and addresses; "Eulogy to Gen. Thomas," '70. * 
Contrib., "The currency conifict," Atlantic mo., Feb.'76; "A century of congress," Atlantic 
mo.. Jul. '77; "National appropriations and misappropriations." N. Am. Rev., Jun.'79. * 
Mem., Cobden Club. * LL.D., '72; univ. of Pa., '81. * m.Lucretia Rudolph, Hiram, O., 
n Nov.'i;8. * Sliot by an assassin, Washington, D.C., 2 Jul.'Si; d. Elberon, iSf. L, 19 Sep. 
'81. 

Abner Hazeltine. 7 Allen St., Jamestown, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * V.prcs. * b. Jamestown, N.Y., 18 Mar.'36; son of Abner and Matilda 
(Hayward) ; prep., Jamestown and Cherry Valley acads. * B.A.; M.A. * Law stu., 
Jamestown and Alb. law .sch., '57-60; adm. to bar, Dec. '60; law., Jamestown, '60- * Post- 
master, Jamestown. '64-9: dist. atty., Chautauqua co., '77-80; U.S. ct. comr.. Northern dist. 
of N.Y., '79-; police jus., Jamestown, '96-. * m. Olivia A. Brown, Harmony, N.Y., 25 
Apr.'67. * Bro.. Chas. G., 'jg. 

James King Hazen. looi E. Main St., Richmond, Va. 

Committee secretary and editor. * Rec.sec. v.prcs., prcs. * h. Agawam, :Mass., 28 
■Apr.'33: son of Reuben S. and Eunice (King): prep., Lenox, Mass., and Plainfield, Ct. * 
Pres., Philotechnian; jr. ex. orat.; B.A. * Tea., Columbia and Bloomfield, Ct., '56-7; 
bookkeeper and theol. stu., Prattville, Ala., '57-60; ord. (Presh.) Prattville, Mar. '61; pas. 
there, '60-77; ^ec. and treas., Presb. bd. of pub., and ed., S.S. pubs., Richmond, Va., '77-. 

* Sec, bd. of directors, Prattville mfg. co., '58-72; pres., '72-5; trustee, Oglethorpe univ., 
'63-5; chairman, ex. com., orphan's home, synod of Ala., '68-77. * Contrib., Earnest 
Worker. '77-. * D.D., S.W. Presb. univ., '78. * m. Mary S. Ticknor, Columbia, Ct., 
19 Aug.'57. * Bros., Timothy A., '4g; Reuben .S., '62. 



]^36 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Henry Martyn Jones. West Norfolk, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Poultney, \'t., '27; son of Thos. and Salina (Morse); prep., Castleton. 
* B.A. * Stu., Newton theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Bap.) Southfield, Mass., '59; pas. there, 
Martha's Vineyard; Fishbury; Gayhead; Schodack, N.Y.; Berne; Home miss., Kan., '70-90; 
res., W-Norfolk, Ct., '90-6. * d. 2 Feb.'96. 

Charles Wesley MacCarthy. Ossian, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. 0.x Bow, N.Y., 28 Mar.'so; son of Jos. and Mary (Deans); prep., 
Geneseo "^acad. and Gouverneur Wes. sem. * B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., Gouverneur, N.Y., 
'56-7; stu., Aiib. theol. sem., '57-60; ord. by Genesee Presby., i May '61; pas., E.Pembroke, 
N.Y., '60-2; enlisted \2gth N.Y. vols., 6Aug.'62; Q.M. serg.; disch., gjun.'ds; prin., rural 
sem., E.Pembroke, N.Y., '65-6; pas., Portageville, '66-75; prin., Castile un. sch., '74-5; pas., 
Oneida Valley and Oneida Lake, '76; Constantia and Cleveland, '77-83; Milnor, N.D., '83-4; 
Quincy, '84-90; Cardott, Wis., '91; Jasper, N.Y., '91-5; Ossian. '96- * Comr. to gen. 
assem., '75. * m. Florence E. Wilcox, Oakfield, N.Y., 22 Nov. '60; (2) Car. E. Backman, 
Romulus, N.Y., 6 Mar.'67. 

♦James McLean. Springfield, Mo. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Adelbert. * b. Glasgow, Scot., 25 Jun.'3o; son of John and 
Euphenicia (Blake); prep., West, Res. acad., Hudson, O. * At .'Adelbert, '52-5; at Wil- 
liams, '55-6, B.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Cong.) Thomaston, Me., 30 Aug. 
'59; pas. there, '59-61; S.Dennis, Mass., '61-2; Milwaukee, '62-5; Berlin, '65-6; Menasha, 
'66-9; Hampton, N.H., '68-72; S.Weymouth, Mass., '72-6; W.Boxford, '76-8; Groveland, 
'79; Pierce City, Mo.. '80-3; Springfield. '83-4. * m. Helen O. Thompson, Ravenna, O., 
4 0ct.'59; (2) Mary F. Brooks, Harwich. Mass., 29 Feb.'64. * d. 11 Jan. '84. 

Edwin Hathaway Pound. Ozark, Mo. 

Lawyer. * Pres. * b. Lockport, N.Y., 9 Jul. '31; son of Wm. and IMary N. (Goodell) ; 
prep.. Oberlin, O. * B..\. * Law stu.; adm. to bar, Auburn, N.Y., '57; law., Canan- 
daigua, '57-60; Pleasant Hill, Tenn., '60-1; U.S. army, '61-5, as adj., ist and 2d lieut., and 
cap., 24th la. vol. infantry; disch., 17 Jul. '65; law., Tipton, la., '65-7; San Francisco, San 
Jose Cal., and Ozark, Mo., '6--. * m. Sarah J. Briggs, Ridgeville, O., Oct,'57; (2) Mrs. 
"Frances Newell, Worcester, Mass. 

Frank Shepard. 120 Broadway, New York City. 

Broker. * Rec.scc. * b. Ashfield, Mass., 7 Jul. '31; son of Isaac and Jerusha (Phil- 
lips); prep.. N..\dams. * B.A.; M.A. * Prin., N.Adams (Mass.) h.s., 'S7-6i; Warrens- 
burg (N.Y.) acad., '61-3; Greenwich (Ct.) acad., '63-80; broker, N.Y. city (res., 8 W. 103d 
St.) '80-: pres., L'n. paper co., '78-88; sec. and treas., Cohoes patent lumber co., '87- * 
Pres., Greenwich (Ct.) bd. of educ, '68-75. * Mem., New Eng. soc. of N.Y. * m. 
Caroline E. Thompson, Pt. Chester, N.Y., 25 Oct.'6o. 

*Lemuel Peterson Webber. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Cler^vman. * b. Salem, N.J., 8 Jun.'ss; son of Henry; prep., Pennington. * B.A.; 
M.A. "* Stu., Lane theol. sem., '58-61; ord. by Dayton (O.) Presby., Apr.'6o; pas., S. 
Ind., '61-2; Austin, Nev., '63-5; Anaheim and Westminster, Cal.. '65-74. * d. 24 Sep.'74. 

*Charles Dana Wilber. Aurora, 111. 

Civil engineer. * Pres. * b. Auburn, O., '31; son of Geo. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., 
111., '56-8; supt.. 111. state survey, '58-65; insp. of mines in West, '65-; civ. eng. * Auth., 
"Neb. and the N.W.," '80; "Commercial and econ. geol. and mineral, of N.A.," '83. * 
Mem. and ist sec. 111. nat. hist. soc. * LL.D., univ. of Neb., '79. * m. Nancy B. Mer- 
rill, Aurora, 111., '65. * d. 20 Dec.'gi. 

Lavalette Wilson. Haverstraw, N. Y. 

Teacher and civil engineer. * V.prcs. * b. N.Y. city, 5jun.'27; son of David W. 
and Eliza (Taylor) : prep.. New Haven, Ct. * Astron. orat. ; * B K. ; B.A. ; M.A. * Tea., 
Clarence, N.Y.. '56-7; civ. eng. and prin., Mt. inst., Haverstraw, '58-. * Auth., "The 
Andre and Arnold treachery." * Mem., N.Y. scenic and hist. soc. * m. Hepsie A. 
Hulse, Middlstown, N.Y., Jul. '57; (2) Sarah E. DeRonde, Haverstraw, 28 Jul. "60. 



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1857 
Rufus Apthorp. Nottingham, 0. 

Clergyman (retired). * Rec.sec, v.prcs. * h. Hinsdale, Mass., 8 Feb. '28; son of 
James and Betsey (.Stearns); prep., Hinsdale acad. * Clas. orat. ; 4> B K. ; B.A. * Prin., 
Geauga sem., Chester, O., '57-8: stu., Aub. theol. sem., '58-61: ord. (Cong.) Cooper, Mich., 
16 Oct. '61; pas. there, '61-3; St. John's, '6,3-7; Alpena, '67-70; Allegan, '70-1; DeWitt, la., 
'71-5; Lanark, 111., '75-7; Big Rock, la., '77-80; Rock Falls, '80-2; Odell, '82-3; Lee Centre, 
'83-6; Lyndon, '86-9; Chester, O., '89-90; Unionville, '91-2; Cleveland, '93-7; res., Not- 
tingham, '97- * Insp. of schs.. Cooper. Mich., '62-3; St. John's, '65-7. * m. Hannah 
L. Fay, Rochester, O., 14 May '61. 

Samuel Edward Elmore. 98 Farmington Av., Hartford, Ct. 

Banker. * Rcc.scc. * b. S.Windsor, Ct., 3 Nov. '33: son of Harvey and Clarissa 
(Burnham); prep., Hinsdale acad. and Williston sem. * Ed., Qaar.; pres., nat. hist, soc; 
lib., Philologian; B.A. * Tea., Great Barrington, jMass., '57-8; Stowe, Vt., '59; in office 
of state treas., Hartford, Ct., '60-4; founder of Continental life ins. co., '64; sec. and pres., 
'64-73; pres.. Ct. river banking co., '74-. * Pres., conv. of Williams alum. assn. ; mem., 
Ct. h. of reps., '60 and '64, and chairman, milit. com.; sp. state agt. to enlist troops, '62. * 
m. Mary .\. Barnham, Hartford, Ct., i Nov. '64. * Son, Frank H., 'p/. 

*James Guthrie. Bellefontaine, 0. 

Railroad agent. * b. York, N.Y., 14 Feb. '30; son of Robt. J. and Mary (Cameron); 
prep., Genesee. * B.A.; M.A. * Teacher; ry. agt., Bellefontaine, O. * m. Susannah 
Boyd, Bellefontaine, O., 27 Nov.'57. * d. 18 Apr.'95. 

Edward Payson KimbalL 444 Twelfth St., Toledo, 0. 

Lawyer. * Adin. by Am!:crxt. * b. Ipswich. Mass., 22 Mar. '36; son of Clias. and Mary 
A. (Outein) ; prep., Thetford (Vt.) acad. and Williston ,sem., Easthampton, Mass. * At 
Amherst, '52-4: at Williams, '55-7, B.A.; M.A. * Law stu.; adm. to bar, '61; law., Ips- 
wich, Gloucester and Salem, '61-95; postmaster, Ipswich. '86-90; law., Toledo, O., '95-. * 
Mem., Ipswich scli. com. and selectman. * m. Sarah M. Kimball, N.Conway, N.H., 11 
Nov. '67. 

Robert Emmet McMath. 328 Lincoln Trust BIdg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Civil engineer. * b. Varick, N.Y., 28Apr.'33; son of Alia. * B.A. * Civ. eng., 
St. Louis, '58-; with U.S. coasl surv., '61-5; sewer comr., City Hall, St. Louis, '83-; pres., 
bd. of pub. improvements, St. Louis, '96; surv., improvements on Greytown harbor and San 
Juan river, Nicaragua; with U.S. mil. engs. in 111. and on ArV. and Mississippi rivers. * 
Mem. and director, Am. soc. of civ. engs. * m. Frances E. Brodie, Detroit, Mich., 29 
Dec. '59. 

*Irving Magee. Valatie,.N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec, pres. * b. Red Hook, N.Y., 24jul.'3i; son of Wm. J. and 
Gertrude (Moore); prep., Hartwick sem. * Pres., Mills soc. and Philologian; in charge 
of astr. obs., '57; class poet; "^ B K.; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Spencertown, N.Y., '57-8; stu., 
Un. theol. sem.. '58-60; ord. (Luth.) N.Y. city, 6 Sep.'6o; pas., Valatie, N.Y., '60-5; Balti- 
more, Md., '65-8; Chambersburg, Pa., '68-9; Dayton, O., '69-72; Albany, N.Y., '72-82; Ron- 
dout Presb. ch., '82-9; w.c. Poughkeepsie, "90-1; pas., Wappinger's Falls, '92-3; w.c, Val- 
atie, '93-00. * Trustee, Wittenberry theol. sem., Hartwick theol. sem.; exam., Williams 
col.; pres., Miami (O.) synod; sec, Md. synod; instr. in St. Agnes sch., Albany, '78-9; lect. 
on astr., '76-84; in Alb. fem. acad., '76-9; in charge of chaplaincy, N.Y. assem., '74-82. * 
Pub., Rise of Evang. Luth. ch. and hist, of its doctrines," '73; "Liturgy of Evang. Luth. 
ch.," compiled and altered, '81; "Hist, of Rondout Presb. ch.," '83; "Hist, of Williams 
col. class of 'S7," '87. * Mem., Md. hist, soc; mem. and v. pres.. Alb. inst. * D.D., 
Wittenberg, '71. * d. 8 Nov. '00. 

Andrew Parsons. 1626 O'Farrell St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. pre.i.; del. to 'f7 conv. * Pres., Philologian; jr. ex. orat.; 
hist, orat.; * B K. ; B.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., "57-60; ord. (Presb.) Richfield Spa, 
N.Y., Tun. '60; pas. there, '60-6; Ottawa, Kan., "66-70; Wevauwega, Tremont and Royalton, 
Wis., '70-5; Hunter, N.Y., '75-82; Sharon Spa, '82-6; Knox, '86-94: Catskill, '94-8; Palo 
Alto, Cal., '98-00; 1st New Jerusalem ch., San Francisco, '00-. * Mem., san. and Chris, 
coms., '62-5. * m. Selona White, Auburn, N.Y., 22 May '61 ; (2) Eliz. Jones, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., 14 May 'or. 

Charles Morgan Pierce. Auburn, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, pres. * h. Hinsdale, Mass., 18 Oct. '34; son of Erastus and 
Sophia (Morgan): prep., Hinsdale acad. * Jr. ex. orat.; math, orat.; <j> B K. ; B.-A. * 
Tea., Topsfield, Mass., '57-8; .stu.. And. theol. sem., '58-60; tutor, Williams col., '60-2; ord. 
(Cong.) W.Boxford, !Mass., 3 Sep. '63; pas. there, '63-7; instr., Williams col., '67-8; pas., 
Middlcfield. '68-81; Charlton, '82-5; Hardwick, '85-go; Auburn, '90- * m. Eliz. M. Pea- 
body, Salem. IVIass., 12 Aug.'63. 



138 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

John P Roe. 123 Fourteenth St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Broker. * b. 17 Nov. '34; son of Peter and Susan E. ; prep., Cornwall, N.Y. * At 
Williams, '53-5. * Broker, 428 Grand av., Milwaukee, Wi.s. * m. Mary W. Bliss, Troy, 
N.Y., 22 Nov.''64. 

*Charles Augustus Stork. Gettysburg, Pa. 

Theological school professor. * V.pres. * b. Frederick city, Md., 4 Sep. '39; son of 
Theophilus and • — — (Lynch); prep., Gettysburg and Hartwick sem., Pa. * B.A. * Stu., 
And. theol. sem., '57-9; prof, of Lat. and Gr., Newberry (S.C.) col., '59-60; ord. (Luth.) 
17 Nov.'62; pas., Phila., Pa., '61-2; Baltimore, Md., '62-81; pres. and prof, of didactic theol., 
Gettysburg (Pa.) theol. sem., '81-3. * Pres., bd. of for. miss. * Ed., Miss, jour.; con- 
trib., I. nth. observer; Quar. rev. * D.D., univ. of Pa. '74. * m. Maria H. Ellis, And- 
over, Mass., i Jan. '63. * d. 17 Dec.'83. 

*Alexander Walker. Lewisburg, W. Va. 

Lawyer. * b. Caledonia, N.Y., 18. Tun. '31; son of Gilbert and Jean (Robertson); prep., 
Temple Hill acad. * B.A. * Tea., '57-9; prof, of langs., Cumberland col., '59-63; law., 
Lewisburg, W.Va., '64-73. * d. 23 Mar. '73. 

*Horace Herman Wells. Huntington, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * V.pres.. pres. * b. Northville, N.Y., 22Apr.'35; son of Herman and 
Cherry; prep., Southampton. * Metaphys. orat. ; <i> B K. ; B..A. * Tea., Hoosick Falls, 
N.Y., '57-8; stu., Yale and Alb. schs., '58-61; adm. to bar, '61; law., Huntington, N.Y., 
'61-3. * m. Frances E. Wells, Upper Aqviebogue, L.I., 31 Dec's?. * d. 23 Aug.'63. 



1858 

Robert Emmet Adams. Whitehall, N. Y. 

Farmer and real estate. * b. Whitehall, N.Y., 8 Mar.'34; son of Robt. and Lucy (Wright) ; 
prep.. Burr and Burton sem., Manchester, Vt. * Pres., Piiilologian; B.A. * Tea. and 
law stu., Cleveland, O., '58-9; Floyd, La., '59-61: adm. to Cal. bar, '62; law.. Crescent city, 
Cal., '62-8, and tea., '68; tea., Spencertown (N.Y.) acad., and Fairhaven, Vt., '69-70; 
prin., Tabor col. prep, dept., '72-3; farmer, Whitehall, N.Y., '75-, and real est. agt., '88-. * 
Dist. atty., in Cal., '63-8; asst. U.S. assessor, '67-8. * Contrib., Whitehall Times. * m. 
Frances L. Slauson, Spencertown, N.Y., 1 Sep. '68. * Br6., Jarvis M., '31. 

Benjamin Baxter Bissell. Albion, Mich. 

Newspaper man (retired). * b. St. Clair, Mich., 4 May '35; son of Benj. and Nancy H. 
(Robinson); prep., Romeo. * At Williams, '54-6. * Ed., Marshall (Mich.) Statesman, 
'66-8; Albion Recorder, '70-8; Albion Republican, '79-86; postoffice clerk, '89-98; owner, 
Albion Transcript. '95-8; ed., Albion Leader, '99; retired, '99-. * m. Catherine Taylor, St. 
Clair, Mich., 18 Jun.'59; (2) Sophia S. Wilmarth, 18 . Fun. '68. 

Charles Henry Bissell. Florence, Col. 

Clergyman. * V.pres., pres. * b. S. Windsor, Ct., 19 Apr.'3i; son of John and Phila 
(Smith); prep., Hinsdale, Mass., E.Windsor, Ct. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., 
'58-61; ord. (Cong.) Poquonnock, Ct., i2jun.'62; pas. there, '62-5; Harwinton, '65-9; 
Owosso, Mich., '69-70; Independence, la., '70-3; Marion, '73-5; Traer, '75-83; publisher, 
Humboldt Kosmos, '83-5; pas., Cherokee, '85-6; Belle Plain, '86-9; Morris, 111., '89-91; La 
Veta and Rouse col., '92-3; pub., Walsenburg World, '93-6; pas.. Silver (iliff, '96-8; pub- 
lisher, Florence tri-wcek. Citizen. * Comr. from la. to New Orleans exposition, '84; supt. 
of schs., Huerfano co.. Col., '84-5. * m. Anna M. Smith, Newark, N.J., 10 Jun.'62. 

Joseph Perry Bixby. Station R, Boston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.sec. v.pres. * h. Thompson, Ct., 28 Jan. '33; son of Jos. P. and 
Lucy (Perry); prep., Dudley, Worcester, and Thompson, Ct. * Jr. e.x. prize speaker; 
B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '58-60; And. tlieol. sem., '60-1; ord. (Cong.) Bos- 
ton, Mass., 30 Apr.'62; pas., Milford, Mass., '61-2; Norwood, '66-78; Revere, '78-. * Gen. 
sch. exam, for Norfolk co. ; mem., sch. com.; trustee, pub. lib.; pres.. Lay col., Boston, '89- 
co; dean, Bost. evang. inst., '00-. 

*Charles Henry Brown. Omaha, Neb. 

Lawyer. * b. Stephentown, N.Y., i2.'\pr.'34; sen of Randall A.; prep., Williston sem., 
and Del. lit. inst. * Pres., clas. lit. soc; pres., Philologian; B.A. * Law stu., Troy, 
N.Y., '58-60; adm. to Neb. bar, '61; law., (jmaha, '61-97. * Pros, atty., Douglass co., 
'62-4; '64-5; state constit. convs., '64-75; councilman of Omaha, '65-6; mayor, '67-8; state 
senator, '76, '78, '80; Dem. nat. conv., '84, '96; Dem. nominee for U.S. sen., '69-83. * In- 
corporator of Omaha lib. assn. * d. 26 Apr.'97. 



WILLIAMS— i8s8. l^Q 

Truman Tyrrell Buck. Omaha, Neb. 

Merchant. * t). Lanesboro, Mass., 2 Apr.'38; son of Asahel and Sophia (Mason); prep., 
Lenox acad. * B.A. * Tea., Ala.; priv., 6th Ala. reg. ; cotton broker, Memphis, Tenn.; 
res., Omaha, Neb., '70-. * Treas. of Omaha. * m. Mary J. Eager, Brattleboro, Vt., 7 
Jul.'eg. 

Henry Thornton Ford. 480 W. loth St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Clergyman. * b. Newark Valley, N.Y., 12 May '32; son of Marcus and Clarissa (Clisbe); 
prep., Homer. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '58-61; ord. (Presb.) Phila., Pa., 26 Jul. 
'66; pas., Newark, N.J., '61-2; Rocky Hill, Ct., '63-6; Norristown, Pa., '66-75; evang., 
Phila., '77-80; w.c, '80-4; Jersey city, N.J., '84-6; Kansas city. Mo., '86-. * Bros., Edw. 
I., '4g; Francis F., and Jos. C, Hamilton '51. 

Henry Justin Herrick. 6So Prospect St., Cleveland, 0. 

Physician (retired). * V.pres., Cleveland alum. club. * b. Aurora, O., 20 Jan. '33; 
son of Justus T. and Caroline J. (Cowles); prep., Twinsbury acad. * B.A.; M.A. * 
Stu., Rush med. col., '60-1, M.D.; enlisted (asst. surg.) O. vols., i Feb. '62; surgs., Dec. '62; 
disch., I Jan. '65; phys., Cleveland, O., '65-00. * Prof, of obstetrics. Charity hosp. med. 
col., '66-70; consult, surg. to Charity hosp., '68-; lect. on prins. of surg., W'ooster univ., 
'70-82; on gynecol., pathol., and hygiene, \Vest. Res. univ., '82-; pres., bd. of pension exam., 
'68-87; pres., O. state med. soc., '74; surg.-gen. of O., '86-7. * Alem., Am. med. assn. ; 
Am. pub. health assn.; Internat. med. cong. ; Cleve. council of sociology; loyal legion. * 
Auth., "Real and ideal in hygiene"; "'Unsolved problems as to contagious diseases"; "Radi- 
cal cure of hernia"; "Mod. theories as to tubercle and therapeutical tests"; "Dietetics in 
idiopathic fevers." * m. Mary H. Brooks, Cleveland, O., 8 Dec. '63. 

William Artemas Lloyd. 2585 N. Hermitage Av., Chicago, 111. 

Clergyman (retired). * Rec.sec, pres.; del. to 'iS conv. * b. Blandford, Mass., 2 Dec. 
'32; son of Artemas W. and Parthenia (Elaskell); prep., Hinsdale. * Jr. ex. orat. ; com- 
menc. appt. ; B.A. * Tea., Memphis, Tenn., '59; stu.. West, theol. sem., '59-60; tea.. La- 
con, 111., and supt., Marshall co. schs., '60-1; ord. (Cong.) St. Charles, 111., 8 Nov. '62; pas., 
Ringwood, 111., '61-2; St. Charles, 111., '62-4; Milwaukee, Wis., '64-5; Morris, 111., '65-9; 
Ravensvvood cong. ch., Chicago, '69-90; retired, '90-. * Trustee, Wheaton col., '69-72. 

* Contrib., Independent : Cnristian union; Ch. unii^n ; Congregationalist ; .4dvancc. * 
Mem., Palestine exploration soc. * m. Helen M. Chamberlain, New Salem, Mass., 8 
Jan. '62. 

♦Charles Cornelius Coffin Painter. Great Barrington, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec; del. to ' ^S conv. * b. Draper Valley, V'a., 21 Mar.'33; son of 
Geo. and Jane (Temple) ; prep., Christiansburg, Va. * B.A. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., 
'58-62; ord. (Cong.) New Marlboro, Mass., 23 Sep. '63; pas. there, '63-8; Grand Haven, 
Mich., '69; Naugatuck, Ct., '70-2; Stafford Spa, '72-8; prof, of theol. Fiske univ., '78-83; 
agt. for Indian rights assn., '83-; res., Great Barrington, Mass., '79-95. * Mem., bd. of 
Indian com., '94-5. * Man. ed.. Am. miss., '80. * Auth., "Hist, of chs. in Stafford, 
Ct.," '76; "Labor vs. »'apital," '78. * m. Martha Gibson, New Marlboro, Mass., 2 Jun.'68. 

* d. Washington. D.C., 13 Jan. '95. 

*Edward Arthur Pierce. Chicago, 111. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. Woodbury, Ct., 15 Sep. '35; ward of Willis Lambert. * 
B.A. * Tea.. '58-9; stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '59-61; ord. (Presb.) Chicago, 111.; pas., 
Cong, ch., Chicago, 111., '61-5; Calvary ch., '65-8. * d. Tallahassee, Fla., 26 Feb. '68. 

Thomas Post. Lenox, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Lenox, Mass., 16 Aug.'34; son of Eldad and Nancy (Ford). * B.A. * 
Law stu., Pittsfield, Lenox and Harv. law sch., '58-61; adm. to bar, '61; law., Lenox, Mass., 
'61-. * Mem., Mass. h. of reps., '97; sen., '99-. * m. F.liz. A. Porter, Lenox, 22 Mar.'82. 

*Elias Fitch Tanner. Tallapoosa, Ga. 

Clergyman. * Adm. hy Hamilton; v.pres. * b. Gouverneur, N.Y., 22 Oct.'33. * At 
Hamilton, '54-6; at Williams, '5^-8, B.A. * Tea., Hoosick Falls, N.Y., '58-9; stu., Un. 
theol. sem., '59-62; ord. (Presb.) Milwaukee, Wis., May '64; pas., Pardeeville, Wis., '62-4; 
Barton, '64-7; Grand Ledge, Mich., '67-9; La Salle, '70-3; (California (Mich.) '73-6; Delta, 
0., '76-8; Tompkins, Mich., '78-83: farmer, Omena, '83-93; Grand Ledge, Mich., '93; Talla- 
poosa, Ga., '94-9. * m. Maria Beckwith, Great Barrington, Mass., 29 Apr.'63. * d. 7 
Dec. '99. 



140 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1859 
Henry Charles Haskell. Salonica, Thessalonica, Turkey. 

Missionary. * Rcc.scc, cor. sec, pres. * b. Anson, Me., 28 Dec. '35; son of \Vm. and 
Abigail (Clark); prep., Hinsdale (Mass.) acad. * .Ir. ex. orat. ; philos. orat. ; <1> B K. ; B.A. 

* Stu., And. theol. sem., '59-62; ord. (Cong.) S.Deerfield, Mass., 13 Aug.'62; miss., Sophia, 
Turkey, '62-3; Philippopolis, '63-70; Eski, Zagra, '70-2; pas., Huntington, O., '73-5; Colum- 
bus, '75-7; Amherst, '77-81: Harmas, '81-7 tea., col. and theol. inst. of Am. bd. of miss., 
Samakov, Bulgaria, '87-8; prin. of inst., Salonica, Turkey, '88-. * Pub. (in Bulgarian) 
tract on "Traditions," '67; "Memor. of Mrs. Electa P. Clark," '84. * D.D., Marietta '88. 

* m. Marg. H. Bell, S. Deerfield, Mass., 13 Aug.'62. * Son, Edit'. B., Marietta '87. 

*Jeremiah Degraff Hyde. Visalia, Cal. 

Lawyer. * V.pres., pres. * b. Kingston, N.Y., 9 Oct. '32; son of David and Sarah; 
prep., Amenia and Claverack. * B.A. * Tea. and law stu., Delhi, N.Y., '59-61; adm. to 
bar, '61; law., Rondout, '61-2; Santa Cruz, Cal., '64-5; prop., Santa Cruz Sentinel. '65-6; 
prospector, Idaho and Mont.. '66-7; merchant, \'iftalia, Cal., '67-75; register, U.S. land 
office, '75-88; in retirement, '88-97. * m- Mary J. Shuler, Napa, Cal., 10 Oct.'76. * d. 
13 Apr.'97. 

Henry Albert Schauffler. 1532 Broadway, Cleveland, 0. 

Missionary. * Rec sec., v.pres., prcs. : del. to '50 conv.- pres., '61 conv. * b. Constan- 
tinople, Turkey, 4Sep.'37; son of Wm. G. and Mary (Reynolds): prep., privately. * Jr. 
ex. orat.; salu't. ; <1>BK. : B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '59-61; Harv. law sch., 
'61-2, LL.B. ; prof, of law and hist., Robert col., Constantinople, '62-5; ord. (Cong.) Con- 
stantinople, 3.1un.'65; miss., Turkey, '65-70; Austria, '72-81; supt.. Slavonic work for Am. 
home miss, soc, Cleveland, O., '82-. * Auth., '■National needs and remedies," '89. * 
Contrib., Miss, herald: Home miss. * D.D., '90. * m. Clara E. Gray, Springfield, Mass., 
25 Nov. '62; (2) Clara Hubbard, Cleveland, O., 28 Jul. '92. 



i860 

*William Allen Briggs. Oak Lawn, R. I. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc, pres.: del. to '59 conv. * b. Pittsfield, Mass., 12 Jul. '34; son 
of Allen and Elviza (Tracy); prep., Pittsfield h.s. * B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Pittsfield, 
'60-1; stu.. Ham. theol. sem., '61-3; ord. (Bap.) Adams, Mass., 10 Sep.'63; pas. there, '63-5; 
Homer. N.Y. ; Blue Rapids, Kan., '73-81: Oak Lawn, R.I., '87-98. * Supt. of schs., War- 
wick, '86-7; Cranston, '91-8. * m. Frances A. Reed, Cassville, N.Y., 18 May '64; (2) 
Anna E. Hobart, Newtonville, Mass., 18 May '75. * d. 12 Jan. '98. 

*William Wilberforce Chapin. Marathas, India. 

Clergyman. * V.pres. * b. Somers, Ct., 2 Dec. '36; son of Oliver and Sophronia C. ; 
prep., Aionson (Mass!) acad. * Nat. hist, orat.; * B K. ; B.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., 
'59-63: ord. (Cong.) Somers, 24Sep.'63; miss., Marathas, Western India, '63-5. * m. 
Katherine I. Hayes, Derry, N.H., 26 Sep.'63. * d. Ahmednagur, 22 Mar.'65. 

James Haswell Harwood. Santa Anna, Cal. 

Clergvman. * Rec.sec, cor. sec * b. Bennington, Vt., 9 Sep. '37; son of Hiram and 
Eliza (Haswell); prep., Bennington sem. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '61-2; tea., 
'62-3; ord. (Cong.) 28Tan.'63; pas.. Crystal Lake, 111., '63-6; Chicago, '66-8; Springfield, 
Mo., '68-77; St. Louis, '77-80: supt.. Home miss., Santa Anna, Cal., '80- * Pres., Orange 
col, Cal. * D.I)., Drury '79. * Bro., Chas. E., '52. 

*Jasper Hutchings. Brewer, Me. 

Lawyer. * b. Penobscot, Me., 8Apr.'35; son of Josiah and Phoebe; prep.. Brewer. • 
At Williams. '56-8. * Law stu., Bangor, Me., '59-60; adm. to bar, '61; law., Ashland, Me., 
'6T-2; comsd., ist lievit., co. co, 22d Me. vols., Oct.'62; mai., '83d U.S.C.I., Aug. '63; lieut.- 
col.. 78th U.S.C.I., Oct. '62; disch., Tan.'66; law., Bangor, '66-86. * Atty., Penobscot co.. 
'74-80: mem., legis., '67 and '71. * m. Kate S. Burr, brewer. Me., 21 Jun.'66. * d. 5 
Mar.'96. 

George Roswell Leavitt. 1963 Chapin St., Beloit, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Recsec, v.pres.. prcs. * b. Lowell, Mass., 7jun.'38; son of Erasmus 
and Almira F. : prep., Lowell h.s. * Rhetor, prize; * B K. ; B.A.; M.A. * Stu., And. 
theol. sem., '60-3, and tutor, Williams col., '62-4; res. lie. And. theol. sem., '64-5; ord. 
(Cong.) I,ancaster. Mass., 29Mar.'6s: pas. there, '65-70; Cambridgeport, '70-84; Plymouth 
ch., Cleveland, O., '85-9.^: Europe, '85-5; Beloit, Wis., '95- * D.D., '85. * m. Hen- 
rietta S. Kendrick, Lancaster, Mass., 2 Oct.'66. 



WILLIAMS— i86i. X41 



1861 
William Penn Alcott. Boxford, Mass. 

clergyman. * b. Dorchester, Mass., 11 Jul. '38; son of Dr. Wm. A. and Phebe (Lewis); 
prep., Andover acad. * Jr. ex. orat. ; nat. hist. orat. ; <I> B K. ; B.A. * Tea., Pittsburg 
(Pa.) fern, col., '62; stu.. And. theol. sem., '62-5; instr., Williams col., '67; ord. (Cong.) N. 
Greenwich, Ct., 18 Feb. '68; pas. there, '68-74; Barton Landing, Vt , '74-7; N. Chelmsford, 
Mass., '78-80; Boxford, '80-3 ;Linebrook (res., Boxford) '86-. * Supt. of schs.. Barton, 
Vt., '75-6; Chelmsford schs., '79-81: Am. representative, Eng. vegetarian soc. ; donor of Al- 
cott herbarium to Syrian Prot. col. * Ed., "Natural hist." of Schaff's Bible diet., '80; 
pub., trans, of book Esther, '85. * Contrib., Good health; Bull, of Essex inst. * m. 
Sarah J. Merrill, Peacham, Vt., 26 Aug."68; (2) Lucy U. Davis, Boston, Mass., 19 Sep. '78. 

Edward Newton Beale. Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Spencerlown, N.Y., i Nov. '34; son of Matthew K. and Delia (Moria); 
prep., Eastliampton, Mass. * B.A.; M.A. * Med. stu., Hudson, N.Y., univ. of Mich., 
and Berkshire med. col., '61-5, M.D. ; phys., Schaghticoke, N.Y., '65-. .* m. Maggie F. 
Blinn, Pittsfield, Mass., 20 Nov. '62; (2) Eliz. Mungcr, Schaghticoke, N.Y., '74. 

Thomas Edwin Brastow. Rockport, Me 

Mercliant. * Cor. sec. r.(<rcs.; del. to '6i conv. * b. Brewer, Me., 14 Aug.'3s; son of 
Brazie and Marie (Sampson); prep.. Brewer. * Jr. ex. orat.; B.A. * Stu., Bang, theol 
sem., '61-4; ord. (Bap.) Brooks, Me., 11 Oct. '65; pas. there, '65-9; Orland, '69-71; Sher 
man Mills, '72-5; in firm of Carleton & cc, ice, lime & hay dealers, Rockport, '75-. * m 
Frances E. Carleton, Rockport, 26Sep.'6s; (2) Sarah L. Carleton, Rockport, 20 Jan. '69. 

George Marsh Carrington. Winsted, Ct. 

Insurance. * Rcc.scc, v.prcs. * b. Hadlyme, Ct., 11 Apr.'36; son of Geo. and Cath- 
erine (Marsh); prep., E. Windsor acad. * Sec, Mills soc; sec, Philologian; Adelphic un. 
debate; B.A. * Tea., Winsted, Ct., '62- Torriiigford. '62-3; U.S. assessor's clerk, Cole- 
brook, '63-4; tea.. New Marlboro, Mass., '63; farmer, Bloomfield, Ct., '63; Colebrook, '65-9; 
ins. clerk., Hartford, '69-70; asst. U.S. marshal, W.Hartford, '70: ins. agt., Winsted, '70-. 
* Notary public, '72-; jus. of p., '74-80; '83-5; '87-9; sec, Winchester bd. of sch. visitors, 
'78-81; mem., state bd. of educ, '85-; judge of probate ct. for dist. of Winchester, '87- * 
Auth., "Ann. rep., state bd. of educ," '88. * m. Julia P. Mitchell, W.Hartford, Ct., 26 
Apr.'65. 

*Joseph Danielson. Southington, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.sec, v.pres. * b. W.Killingly, Ct., 2oApr.'35; son of Hezekiah 
and Laura (W'eaver) ; prep., Andover, Mass. * Jr. ex. orat.; pres., Philologian; B.A. * 
Stu., Un. theol. sem., '61-2; '63-6; supt., govt, plantations. Port Royal, S.C., '62-3; ord. 
(Cong.) Saccarappa, Me., 9Aug.'6s; pas. there, '65-9; Saugerties, N.Y., '69-77; South- 
bridge, Mass., '77-88; Windsor Locks, Ct., '88-90: Southington, Ct., '90-7. * m. Harriet 
F. Wells, W. Killingly, Ct., i Nov.'6s. * d. 20 Feb.'o8. 

Philemon Rockwell Day. Hartford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. Elmira, N.Y., i r Jan. '38: son of Erastus and Indiana (Toles) ; 
prep., Franklin. * Adelphic un. ex.; class-day com.; B..-\.; M.A. * Stu., ,\ub. theol. 
sem., '61-4; ord. (Presb.) Auburn, N.Y., May '64: chaplain, Troy (Y.M.C..\., '64-9; pas., 
Saratoga, '69-73; Burlington, Ct., '73-8; res. and occ supply, W. .\von, '78-81; pas., N.Y. 
city, '81-6; supt., city miss., pas., and ed . Work at home. Albany, '86-; sec. and treas., Hart- 
ford motor machine co., Hartford, Ct. * Jus. of p. and mem., W.Avon bd. of educ; mem., 
Ct. h. of reps. * m. Henrietta N. Woodford, W.Avon, Ct., i Jun.'64. 



*Frederick Hicks. _ _ Bennington, Vt. 

Missionary. 
B.A. * Miss, 
pas., Bennington, 
ton, 8 Jan. '69. 



cks. Bennington, Vt. 

* b. Bennington, Vt., 27 Sep. '34; son of Llel and Betsey (Walbridge). * 
Panama, C.A., '61-8, '69-70; ord. (Cong.) Bennington, Vt.. 23 Dec'68; 

n. Vt., '70-r; U.S. consul, Panama, '66-8. * m. Mary J. Waters, Benning- 

* d. 24 Feb. '71. 



George Cook Raynolds. Van, Turkey, Asia. 

Missionary. * b. Longmeadow, Mass., 25 Feb. '39; son of Geo. and Mary C Cooke) ; prep., 
E.Windsor (Ct.) acad. * Jr. ex. orat.; pres.. Mills soc; B.A. * Tea., Bennington, Vt., 
'6T-2; stu., N.Y. univ. med. dept., '62-4, M.D.: asst. surg., U.S.N., '64-5; surg.. Kings co. 
(L.I.) hosp., '65: phys., Manchester, Vt., '66: Chicago. 111., '66-9: ord. '71; miss., Harpoot, 
Turkey, '69-72; Van, '72-; in charge of orphanage. '96- * Contrib., Miss, herald and 
religious press. * m. Martha W. Tinker, Lyme, Ct., 31 Aug.'69. 



142 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

George Gardner Smith. 5432 Howe St., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Re:. sec, cor. sec, pres. * b. Pittsburg, Pa., 22 Nov.'38. * Ed., Quar.; 
-Adelphic un. debate; commenc. appt. ; B.A. * Stu., West, theol. sem., '61-3; enlisted 
U.S.A., i4jul.'63; chief clerk to Gen. Copeland, '63-4; 2d lieut., co. G, 29th U.S.C.I., 26 
Oct.'64: lieut., co. C, Nov.; adjt., 26 Dec. ; disch., Nov. '65; stu., West, theol. sem., '65-7; 
ord. (Presb.) igAug.'eS; pas., Williamsport, Md., '68-74; miss.. Santa Fe, N.M., '74-9; 
Helena, Mont., '80; pas., Tennent, N.J., '81-5; Riverside, R.I., '85-7; Santa Fe, N.M., '87- 
95; Allegheny, Pa., '96-9; res., Pittsburg, '99-. * Trustee. Wilson fern, col.; pres. of trus- 
tees, Santa Fe col. inst. ; comr., Presb. gen. assem., '76, '79, '95; moderator of synod of 
N.M., '94-5; sec. for X.M. of nat. conf. of charities and corrections, '92-3 (prep, the exhibit 
in that dept. for World's fair, '93). * Auth., Prize essay on Indian question, Helena 
(Mont.) Herald, '80. * m. Harriet Pritchard, Culebra, Col., 10 Dec.'78. * Son, Donald 
P.. '02. 

William Chapman Spelman. 99 Woodruff Av., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Albany, N.Y., 9. Tun. '34; son of Jesse B. and Eliza (Cooley); prep.. 
Burr and Burton sem., Manchester, Vt. * At Williams, '57-60. * In firm of Spelman 
bros., fancy goods, 64 Leonard st., N.Y. city, '60-89. * m- Sarah Hoyt, Manchester, Vt., 
23 Sep. '62. 

James Dewey Tucker. West Haven, Ct. 

Clergyman. * V.pres. * b. Hamilton, N.Y., 5Mar.'37: son of Saml. and Almena 
(Hopkins); prep., Franklin. * B.A. * Stu., Ham. theol. sem., '61-4; chap., Troy (N.Y.) 
Y.M.C.A., '67-9; pas., McGrawville, N.Y., '64-6; Vernon. '66-7; Troy, '67-9; Ft. Edward, 
'70-2; Wappinger's Falls, '72-6; Nunda, '76-80; Perry, '80-7; W. Haven, Ct., '88-. * m. 
Eliz. S. Tallmadge, W. Haven, Ct., 28 Sep. '64. 

*George White. Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. Huntington, Can., 29, Tan. '34; son of John and Jean; prep.. 
Burr and Burton sem., Manchester, Vt. * Jr. ex. orat. ; Adelphic un. poet; pres., Philo- 
logian, class-day proph.; B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '61-4; ord. (Presb.) Schagh- 
ticoke, N.Y., 14 Oct. '64; pas. there, '64-9. * m. Harriet A. Beale, Spencertown, N.Y., 15 
Jun.'64. * d. 14 Mar. '70. 

1862 

*William Parmenter Bennett. Crete, Neb. 

Clergyman. * b. Groton, Mass., 6 Nov.'36; son of Josiah K. and Lucinda (Nutting); 
prep., Exeter (N.H.) acad. * Jr. ex. orat.: hon. orat.; •!> B K. ; B.A. * Tea., S..Abing- 
ton, Mass., '62-3; Lexington, '63-4; Millbury, '64-5; Bradford, la, '65-70; ord. (Cong.) 
Mason city, 8 Dec. '70; pas. there, '70-4; res. lie, .^nd. theol. sem., '74-5; psis.. Lyndon and 
Lyndonville, Vt., '75-80; Ames, la., '80-4; Crete, Neb., '84-96. * Town clerk, Bradford, 
la., '67-70; sch. supt., '70: visitor, la. col., '73; trustee, Doane col., '86-96. * Pub., arti- 
cles on temp, and educ. * m. Harriet I. Blodgett, Randolph, Vt., 4 Aug.'64. * d. 9 
Mar.'96. 

♦Joseph Albert Blake. Denver, Col. 

Publisher. * b. Swanton, Vt., i Mar.'4o; son of Jos. and Minerva (Green); prep., 
Thetford. * B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Cleve. law sch., '62-4; adm. to bar, '64, but never 
practised; ed.. Oil news and Mining jour., Pittsburg. Pa., '65-7; St. Louis (Mo.) Tribune. 
'67-70; corresp. and pub., Denver, Col., '70-82. * Pub., "Handbook and bus. directory of 
Col." * m. Anna S. Bodwell, St. Louis, 21 Jun.'65. * d. 27 Jul. '82. 

*Edward Stanley Brewster. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Government official. * V.pres. * b. Pittsfield. Mass., 12 Dec. '41 : son of Oliver E. and 
Clarissa (Allen); prep.. Pittsfield. * Jr. ex. orat.; math, orat.; "t B K. ; B.A. * Tea.. 
Westfield, N.J., '62; in LT..S. army hosp., Baltimore, Md., '62-3: U.S. depot quartermaster's 
office, '63-5. * d. 20 Jun.'65. 

Edward Roland Cutler. 716 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Boston, Mass., isJan.'4i; son of Roland and Martha (Richardson"); 
prep., Sudbury. * At Williams, '58-60. * Stu., Harv. med. sch., '60-3, M.D. ; surg. in 
U.S. army, '63-5; phys., Hartford, Ct., "65-7; abroad, '67-70; phys., Waltham, Mass., '70- 
* Mem., Waltham sch. com. and bd. of health. * (iontrib., Bost. med. and surg. jour. * 
Mem., Mass. med. soc. * m. Mellie A. Rogers, Washington, D.C., 26 Apr. '64. 

Samuel Goode Wheeler Ely. Morrison, III. 

. * At Williams, '58-60. 



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143 



*Frank Freeman. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

. * b. 20 Jul. '42. * At Williams, '59-60. * d. Nov. '62. 

*John Howard Goodhue. Natick, Mass. 

Worker for freedmen. * Pres. * b. Boston, Mass., 21 Feb. '49. * Philos. orat.; 
<I>BK. ; B.A. * Supt. of work for freedmen. Ladies' Island, S.C, '63-4. * d. Haver- 
hill, Mass., 29 Aug. '64. 

*Reuben Stedman Hazen. Canterbury, Ct. 

Student. * b. Agawam, Mass., Nov. '38; son of Reuben S. and Eunice (King); prep., 
Lenox, Mass., and Plainfield, Ct. * At Williams, '58-9. * Bros., Timothy A., '49; Jas. 
K., '59. * d. Williamstown, Mass., 2 Oct.'s9. 

*William Albert James. San Diego, Cal. 

Clergyman. * Cor.sec, pres. * b. W. Killingly, Ct., 4 Mar.'3 3; son of Wm. and Abby 
W. (Davis); prep., Andover (Mass.) acad. * B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '62-5; ord. 
(Cong.) Chelsea, Vt., i May '67; pas. there, '67-70; N.Woodstock, Ct., '71-5; Marysville, 
O., '75-8; Marshall, Mich.. '78-80: w.c, Minneapolis. Minn., '80-8; San Diego, Cal., '88-92. 
* ra. Mary Hyde, Chelsea, Vt., '69. * d. Los Angeles, (Tal., 14 Jan. '92. 

Everett Edward Lewis. Haddam, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. Bristol, Ct., 4T"n.'37; son of Gad and Hannah M. (Lins- 
ley) ; prep., E.Windsor ITill acad. * Jr. ex. orat.; Adelphic un. deb.; nat. hist, orat.; 
*BK.; B.A.; M..A. * Tea., Red Hook, N.Y.. '62-3; Bristol, Ct., '63-4; stu.. And. theol. 
sem., '64-7; ord. (Cong.) Haddam, Ct., 17 Jan. '72; pas.. Bethel, Vt., '68-71; Haddam, '71-; 
corporate mem., A.B.C.F.M., '99. * Auth., '"Hist, of Haddam (iong. ch.," '79. * m. 
Ellen A. Hurd, Bristol, Ct., 21 Jun.'7o. 

Albert Monroe Moore. Lowell, Mass. 

Lawyer. * At Williams, '58-9; rhetor, prize. * Law., Lowell, Mass. 
Franklin Edward Nettleton. Scranton, Pa. 

Superintendent (retired). * b. Volney, N.Y., 29 Dec. '38; son of Edw. and Harriet 
(Clark); prep., Falley sem., Fulton. * At Williams, '58-60. * Boot and shoe dealer, 
Fulton, N.Y., '60-7; ins. agt., Pittsburg, Pa., '67-8; boot and shoe dealer, Scranton, Pa., 
'68-84; gen. supt., S.S. work in Fla. end Pa., (winter home, Lake Helen, Fla.) '84-. * 
Pres., S.S. assn.; Volusia co. (Fla.) assn.; Fla. state Y.P.S.C.E.; cor.sec, Lackawanna co. 
(Pa.) S.S. assn.; trustee, Rollins col.; direct., Lincoln memor. univ., Tenn. * m. Marian 
F. .Smith, Fulton, N.Y., i May '65. 

*John Dandier NicoU. Flatbush, L. L 

Physician. * h. New Windsor, N.Y., 17 Apr.'39; son of Leonard and Arrietta; prep., 
New Windsor. * At Williams, '58-60. * Med. stu., N.Y. col. of phys. and surgs., '61-3, 
M.D.; phys.. Kings co. hosp., F-latbush, L.I., '63. * m. Helen I. Lee, N.Y. city, 15 May 
'61. * d. 24 Oct.'63. 

Henry Thomas Perry. Sivas, Turkey, Asia. 

Missionary. * b. Ashfield, Mass., 6 May '38; son of Alvan and Sarah (Sanderson); 
prep., Williston sem., Easthampton. * B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '62-5; ord. 
(Cong.) N.Adams, Mass., 20 Dec. '65; home miss., Rolla, Mo., '65-6; miss., A.B.C.F.M., 
Turkey. '66-86; pas., Masonville, N.Y., '87-9; Afton, '89-92; miss., Sivas, Turkey, '92- * 
m. Jennie H. Jones, Rolla, Mo., 19 Sep. '66; (2) Mary E. Hartwell, Auburndale, Mass., 7 
Dec. '91. 

Homer Rogers. 42 Gardner St., Allston, Mass. 

Manufacturer. * Rec.sec, v.bres. * h. Sudbury, Mass., 11 Oct. '40; son of Walter and 
Emily; prep., Sudbury. * B.A.; M.A. * Sergt., 45th Mass. vols., '62-4; tea.. Dowse 
acad., Sherhorn, Mass.. '64- prin., Natick h.s., '65-6; mfr., Boston and Sudbury, '66-. * 
Alderman, Boston, '88-9, and chairman of bd., "89. * m. Ellen E. Perry, Natick, Mass., 
15 Jan. '68. * Son, Mark H., '00. 

Edmund Burke Smith. Jamestown, N. Y. 

Tailor. * h. Franklin, N.Y.. 16 Oct. '36: son of Silas and Lydia (Gillett) ; prep., Frank- 
lin. * At Williams. '58-60. * Merchant, Hancock, N.Y., '60-70; woolen mfr., Delphi, 
'70-91; tailor, Jamestown, '91-. * m. Helen E. Doyle, Hancock, N.Y., 14 Jan. '64. 



144 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Thomas Jefferson Smith. 32 W. Commerce St., Bridgeton, N. J. 

Physician. * b. 21 Apr. '41; prep.. Salem (N..T.) acad. * B.A.; M.A. * Med. stu., 
iiniv. of Pa., '63-6, M.D.; phys., '66- * Trustee, S.Jersey inst., Bridgeton; chairman, 
stand, com., N.J. med. soc, and ed.. Transactions, '84-94; pres., N.J. state med. see, '97-; 
mem., bd. of directors, N.J. training sch. for feelile minded children; med. direct., Cunfber- 
land CO. hosp. for insane; mem., bd. of mgrs. and treas., N.J. state village for epileptics. * 
Mem., Am. med. assn.; Am. acad. of med.; N.Y. state med. soc. * m. Mary G. Glover, 
Camden, N.Y. zSMar.'/i. 

Francis Huntington Snow. Lawrence, Kan. 

University chancellor. * Rec.sec, v. pres., pres. * b. Fitchburg, Mass., 29jun.'4o; 
son of Benj. and Mary (Boutelle) ; prep., Fitchburg h.s. * Jr. ex. orat. ; valedic. ; •!> B K. ; 
B.A.; M.A. * Stu., .And. theol. sem., '63-6; prof, of math, and nat. scis., univ. of Kan., 
'68-72; prof, of nat. hist., '72-90; direct., nat. hist, museum, '89-; pres. of faculty, '8g-; 
prof, of bot., entomol., and meteorol., and chancellor of univ., '90- * Pub., nat. hist, and 
sci. articles. * Mem., Kan. acad. of sci. * Fellow, Am. assn. for adv. of sci. * Ph.D., 
'81; LL.D., Princeton '90. * m. Jennie A. Aiken, Andover, Mass., 8 Jul.'68. 

*Albert True. Elbridge, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Oswego, N.Y., 30 Oct. '39; son of Abner T. and Lydia; prep., Oswego 
acad. * Logical orat.; 't'BK.; B.A. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '62-5; ord. (Presb.) '65; 
pas.. Cedar Falls, la., '65-6; Elbridge. N.Y., '66-71. * m. Maria T. Pitcher, Warren, Pa., 
16 May '65. * d. Saratoga, N.Y., 18 Oct.'7i. 



1863 

Charles Sylvester Brooks. Wellesley, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. New Braintree, Mass., 19 Jan. '40; son of Chas. H. and Nancy D. 
(Hoar); prep., Williston sem. * At Williams, '59-61; at Amherst, '61-3, B.A. * Tea., 
Rockland, Mass., '64-6; stu.. And. theol. sem., '66-9; ord. (Cong.) Tyngsboro, Mass., 15 
Sep. '60; pas. there, '69-72; S. Deerfield, '73-7; Putnam, Ct., '77-87; Fitchburg, Mass., '87- 
96; ill health, occ. supply, '96-. * m. Eleanor R. Converse, New Braintree, 11 Nov. '63. 

*Henri Hendrick Buxton. Westminster, Vt. 

Soldier. * b. Westminster, Vt., 3 Sep.'36; son of Rodney R. and Salina L. ; prep.. Paw- 
let. * At Williams, '60-1. * Priv., 5th N.Y. vols., '61-2; sergt., '62. * 'R.A., '69. * 
d. Wa.'ihington, D.C., 22 Oct. '62, from wounds reed, at Manassas. 

Samuel Warren Dike. 113 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Clergyman and author. * Treas., rec.sec. * b. Thompson, Ct., 13 Feb. '34; son of 
Geo. and Hannah W. (Snow); prep., Nichols acad., Dudley. * Metaphys. orat.; <}> B K. ; 
B.A. * Stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '63-5; And. theol. sem., '65-6; pas., Pomfret, Ct., '66-7; 
ord. (Cong.) W. Randolph, Vt., 3 Feb. '69; pas. there, '68-77; Royalton, '79-82; sec, divorce 
ref. lea. (res., Auburndale) '82-; sec, nat. lea. for protection of the family, Auburndale, 
'81-. * Lect. on social questions, Bost. Mon. lectureship. '81; And. theol. sem.. '85. * 
Auth., "Facts as to divorce in New Eng.," "81; "Eflfect of la.x divorce legislation upon Am. 
pol. institutions." '81; "Some aspects of the divorce question," '83; "Religious problem of 
the country town." '84; "The family in the hist, of Christianity," '85; "Home dept. for the 
S.S.," '86; "Problems of the family," Century for Tan. '90. * Contrib., And. rev. and reli- 
gious press. * Mem., Am. statistical assn.; Am. soc. sci. assn.; Am. econ. assn. ; Am. acad. 
of pol. sci.; Wash. acad. of sci.; mem. of com. of 50 on liquor problem; sociological group. 
* LL.D., '88. * m. Augusta M. Smith, Montpelier, Vt., 29 Oct.'72. * Sons, Geo. P., 
'q7: Theo. IV.. '0.7. 

Charles McAllister. Spencer, la. 

Physician. * Son of John and Cynthia; prep.. Stockbridge, Mass. * At Williams. '59- 
61. * Phys.. Stockbridge, Mass., '61-9; Dixon, [11., '69-72; Spencer, la., '72- * m. 
Laura ^vTcMlister, Stockbridge, Mass., i Jan. '69. 

James Gilbert Mason. Metuchen, N. J. 

Clergyman. * b. Jonesboro, Tenn., 31 Oct.'4i; son of Arch. G. and Lucinda (Ryland); 
prep., Martin acad., Jonesboro. * Baseball; pres.. Mills theol. soc; B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., 
Un. theol. sem., '63-6; in U.S.A. as comr. for U.S. sanitary com., '64-5; prin., Warren h.s., 
'65; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. city, 4 Jul. '66; pas., Woodhaven, '66-7; Jonesboro, Tenn., '67-72; 
Washington. D.C., '72-5; trav. in Orient, '75-6; supply for 4th ch., Washington. D.C., '76; 
pas.. Metuchen. N.J., '77- * Auth., "Hist, of Metuchen," '88. ' Contrib., Pulpit 
trcasKry: N.Y. EvangeUst. * Del. to gen. assem. of Presb ch., '68, '72, '82, '91; del. from 
Presb. gen. assem. to snyod of the Ger. Ref. ch.. '92. * Sec, Middlesex co. Bible soc. * 
D.D., Marysville '84. * m. Susan Tyler, '72; (2) Anita G. Hauschild, Metuclien, N.J., 'Si. 



WILLIAMS — 1 863-6S. 145 

Alexander Moss Merwin. Pasadena, Cal. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc. * b. Norvvalk, Ct., 3 Sep.'.^g; son of Timothy T. and Hannah 
(White); prep., Burr and Burton sem., Manchester. Vt. * B.A.; M.A. * Stu., Princ. 
theol. sem., '63-6; ord. ( Presb. Evang.) Cornwall, N.Y., i4Tun.'66; pas., Un. ch., Valpa- 
raiso, Chili, '66-7; Santiago, '67-8; ist Chilian Prot. ch., '68-85; pas., Santa Barbara, Cal., 
'86; Los Angeles, '86-8; supt., Spanish work, S. Cal. (res., Pasadena) '88-. * Asso. ed., 
Valparaiso Record. '68-74; Heraldo, '74-85; pres., "Escuela Populas," Valparaiso, '70-85; 
Sheltering home, '83-5; treas. of mission, '7J-85. ' Pres., Valparaiso Bible soc. * M.A., 
Yale '80. * m. Eliz. Burnham, Manchester, Vt., 3 Oct. '66. * Son, Win. B., 'gS. 

William Bement Putney. 115 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

Lawyer. * b. ^^shfield, Mass., 3 Jun. '37; son of NatJian and Charlotte (Bement); prep., 
privately. * Pres., Philotechnian; honor orat. ; 'I'iJK.; B.A. * Tea. and law stu., Spen- 
certown, N.V., '63-4; Gallipolis, O., '64-6; adm. to O. bar, Jun.'66; law., (res., no W. 73d 
St.) N.Y. city, '66-. * Pres., N.Y. city Williams alum. assn. * m. Emma L. Edmonds, 
N.Y. city, Nov. '70; (2) Rebecca E. Fuller, N.Y. city, 22 Aug.'83. 

Leverett Wilson Spring. Williamstown, Mass. 

College professor. * Rcc.scc; trustee. * b. Grafton, Vt., 5 Jan. '40; son of Edw. and 
Martha (Atvvood); prep.. Burr and Burton sem., Manchester. * Philos. orat.; <1>BK. ; 
B.A.; M.A. • Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '64-6; And. thelo. sem., '66-7; ord. (Cong.) Fitch- 
burg, ^lass., 16 Apr.'68; pas. there, '68-75; Lawrence, Kan., '76-81; prof, of Eng. lit., univ. 
of Kan.. '81-6; prof, of rhet. Williams col., '86-. * Pres., Williams col. '^ B K., '93. * 
Auth., "Hist, of Kan.," '85; "Mark Hopkins, teacher," '8S. * Contrib., Overland mo.; 
Allan, mo.; New Eng. mag.; Lij^f'incott's mog.; Cong. guar. * Mem., Am. hist, soc; Kan. 
hist, soc; Mass. hist. soc. * D.l)., univ. of Kan. '86. * m. Sarah E. Thompson, E. 
Windsor Hill, Ct., 25 Sep.'67. 

Charles Warren Stone. Warren, Pa. 

Lawyer. * b. Groton, Mass., 29 Tun. '43; son of Warren F. and Mary (Williams); prep., 
Lawrence acad., Groton. * Hon. orat.; <l> B K. ; B.A. * Tea., Warren, Pa., '63-5; sch. 
supt., Warren co., '65; law stu., Warren, '65-6; adm. to bar, '66; law., Warren, '66- * 
Mem., Pa. h. of reps., '70-t; senate, '77-8; lieut.gov., '79-83; sec. of state, '87-90; mem. of 
cong., '91-9; trustee, Pa .state col. * Contrib., N.Am. rev. * * m. Lizzie Moorhead, 
Meadville, Pa., 30 Jan. '68. 

1865 

John Strawn Bayne. Mendon, 111. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, v. pres., pres. * b. Lacon, III., 18 Jan. '42; son of Jesse B. and 
Rachel (Strawn); prep., Lacon h.s. * Baseball and football; ed., Quar.; pres.. Mills soc. 
and Philologian; hist, orat.; * B K. ; B.A. ; M..\. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '67-9; ord. 
(Cong.) Stanwich, Ct., 18 May '69; pas. there, '69-71; Greenwich, '71-4; Portland, '74-87; 
Hadley, Mass., '87-93; LaSalle, 111., '93-8; Mendon, '98- * Sch. visitor, Portland, Ct.; 
chairman, Hadley sch. com.; trustee, Hopkins acad., Hadley. * Auth., "Hist, of the Cong, 
ch. of Mendon, 111." * Contrib., Advance; Congregationalist ; Chicago Record. * m. 
Julia C. Taft, Sag Harbor, N.Y., 24 May '69. 

John Edward Bradley. Randolph, Mass. 

School superintendent. * b. Lee, Mass., 8 .\ug.'39; son of Stephen and Hannah (Aus- 
tin); prep., Claverack, N.Y., and privately. * Hon. orat.; i^ B K. ; B.A. ; M.A. * Prin., 
Pittsfield (Mass.) h.s., '65-8; Albany (N.Y.) h.s., '68-86; supt., Minneapolis (Minn.) schs., 
'86-92; pres.. 111. col., '92-00; district supt. of schs., '01-. * Ed., Mass. Teacher; chair- 
man of the exec. com. of N.Y. state univ.; chairman, curators of Alb. (N.Y.) lib.; 
vis., Williams col., and trustee, '88-; trustee, Carleton col.: del. to internat. Cong, council 
Boston, "99; and ecumenical conf.. N.Y. city, '00. * .'\uth., "Healthfulness of intellectual 
pursuits," '74; "Sch. incentives," '75; "Improved methods in educ," '77; rep. on the educ. 
exhibits of the Paris expos, of '78, '79; "Sci. and industry," '86; "Application of the prins. 
of psychol. to the work of teaching"; "Personal element in educ"; "Higher life of the col- 
lege," '97; "Work and play," "Talks with students," '00. * Contrib., Education. Manual 
training. * I'h.D., N.Y. state univ. '79; LL.D., '93. * m. Martha J. (^ould. Albany, 
N.Y., 7 Jul.'7o. 

'^■Orsamus Monroe Drury. Orange, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Shutesbury, Mass., 28 0ct.'4o; son of Luke and Minerva; prep.. New 
Salem acad. * At Williams, '61-3. * Med. stu., Athol, Berkshire, and Harv. med. scKs., 
'63-7; phys., Athol, Mass., '67-8; Orange, '68-75; res., Washington, D.C., '75-7; phys.. 
Orange. '77-81. * Chairman, Orange sch. com. * m. Irene N. Davis, Shutesbury, Mass., 
26 Nov. '63; (2) Mrs. A. S. Holmes, Savannah, Ga., 16 May '75, * d. 28 Jun. '81. 



l^Q DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Orestes Gardner Eldridge. Hancock, Mass. 

Teacher. * b. Hancock, Mass., 22 Apr.' 43; son of Gardner and Eliza. * Hon. orat. ; 
^BK. ; M.A. * Tea., Matawan, N.J., '67-8; Worcester, Mass., '68-9; res., Hancock, '69- 
75. * d. 30 Mar.'75- 

Aaron Wesley Field. New Marlboro, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Bernardston, Mass., 31 Oct.'37; son of Jesse and Luraney (Parraen- 
ter) ; prep.. Powers inst., Bernardston. * Commenc. speaker; ^BK. ; B.A. ; M.A. * Stu., 
Hart, theol. sem., '67-70; ord. (Cong.) Blandtord, Mass., 13 Nov.'72; pas. there, '72-9; 
Feeding Hills, '79-82; (Sandisfield and New Marlboro. '80-2;) ISiew Marlboro, '82-4; New 
Marlboro and Southfield, '84-7; w.c, '87- * Mem., New Marlboro sch. bd., '93- * 
Mem., Am. acad. of pol. and soc. sci. * m. Jennie E. Raymond, Williamstown, Mass., 12 
Jun.'67; (2) Alice Braman, Wayland, Mass., 19 Nov. '84. 

♦Charles Goldsbury. Cherokee, la. 

Lawyer. * b. Warwick, Mass., 20 Jul. '41; son of Saml. and Mary A.; prep., Williston 
acad. * B.A. * Law., Cherokee, la., '70-95. * m. Ella C. Amiden, Readsboro, Vt., 
25 Jan.'7i. * d. Mar. '95. 

♦Frederick Holland. Barre, Mass. 

Farmer. * b. Barre, Mass., 22Mar.'37; son of Nath. and Betsey (Stone); prep.. Pow- 
ers inst., Bernardston. * At Williams, '61-2; at Amherst, '63-5; B.A. * Tea., Barre 
h.s., '65-6; Freehold (N.J.) inst., '66-8; Orange (Mass.) h.s., '71-2; W. Medway h.s., '74-6; 
Scituate h.s., '76-8; Dr. Brown's sch., Barre, '81-5; farmer, '85-. * Mem., Barre sch. bd., 
'86-92. * d. 9 Jan. '92. 

Henry Hall Judson. Bath, N. Y. 

Writer. * b. Maulmein, Burmah, 8 Jul. '42; son of Adonivan and Sarah (Hall); prep., 
Middleboro, Mass. * At Williams, '61-2. * Writer; res., Belmore, Fla. ; Bath, N.Y. 

♦Watson Willard Torrey. Groton, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Groton, Mass., 24Mar.'42; son of Willard and Catherine (Blood); 
prep., Lawrence acad. ** B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '65-8; ord. (Cong.) Sherman, 
Ct., 3oApr.'68; pas. there, '68-9; Iowa Falls, la., '69. * m. Ellen M. Williams, Groton, 
Mass., 26 May '68. * d. 4 Oct.'eg. 

1884 

Ira Wilder Allen, Jr. 497 E. FuUerton Av., Chicago, 111. 

Teacher. * b. Lafayette, Ind., 15 Jul.'6s; son of Ira and Lydia (Ford); prep., Allen 
acad., Chicago, 111. * Class poet; soph, prize in speaking; B.A. * Tea., Allen acad., 
Chicago, '84-91; real est. agt., '91-2; stu., Div. sch., univ. of Chicago, '92-4; McCormick 
theol. sem., '94-5; ord. (Presb.) Chicago, 22 May '95; pas.. Rock Island, '95-00; prof, of 
homiletics and pas. theol., McCormick theol. sem., '00- * m. Emily Rose Elmore, Elmira, 
N.Y., 26 Jun.'Sg. * Father, Ira W., Hamilton '50; bros., Hamilton F., Williams '88; Philip 
S., '91. 

John Henry Burke. 6 Pleasant St., Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Charter mew. at reorg. * b. Mechauicsville, N.Y., 2iAug.'56; son of 
Patrick and Ellen (Purcell) ; prep.. Ft. Edward col. inst. and Mechanicsville acad. * Foot- 
ball and baseball; Adelphic un. debate, '82-3; class pres. ; class-day pres. ; commenc. appt. ; 
B.A. * Law stu., Ballston Spa, N.Y., '84-6; adm. to bar, '86; law., Mechanicsville, ^^86- 
90; Ballston Spa, '90- * Surv. insp., and atty. for N.Y. state forest com.; mem., N.Y. 
assem., '87-. * Mem., Am. inst. of civics; N.Y. state bar assn. * m. Minnie A. Chris- 
topher, Ballston Spa, N.Y., 10 Feb.'gi. 

Calvin Montague Clark. 22 Webster St., Haverhill, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem. at reorg.; pres.; chap, ed., '84 Quinquennial. * b. Hart- 
ford, Wis., 30 Jan. '62; son of Anson and Mary L. (Hooker); prep., Beloit col. * Gym. 
instr., '83-4; ed., Argo; Rice book prize; Gr. and I.at. honors, '82; on class-day com.; philos. 
orat.; <{>BK.; B.A. * Tea., Saratoga Spa, N.Y., '84-5; stu.. And. theol. sem., '85-8; And. 
fellow on Wrinkeley foundation, '88-90; stu.. Royal univ., Berlin, Ger.; ord. (Cong.) Wolfe- 
boro, N.H., 30 Dec. '90; pas. there, '90-3; Haverhill, Mass.. '93-. * m. Helen M. Cobb, 
Yarmouth, Me., 29 Jun.'93. * Father, .Atison, '45. 

Frederic Tappan Ranney. 130 Alfred St., Detroit, Mich. 

Electrical engineer. * Charter mem. at reorg. * b. 19 Apr.'sg; son of Fred. T. and 
Francis (Bates); prep., Ripon co!.. Wis. * Ed. -in-chief. Athenaeum; commenc. diss.; B.A. 
* Real est. agt., Detroit, Mich., '84-: adm. to bar, '92, LL.B., Iowa '94; elec. ry. builder, 
Hammond bldg., Detroit. '* m. Eliz. Balch, 29 Jan. '87. 



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1885 

Charles Bernice Ames. 225 E. 23d St., New York City. 

Teacher. * Charter mem. at reorg.; v.pres.; del. to '83 conv. * b. Ft. Edward, N.Y., 
16. Tun. '65; son of Bernice D. and Sarah E. (King); prep., Mechanicsville. * Priv. sec. 
to Hon. Geo. West, Washington, D.C., '85-7; paper merchant, N.Y. city, '87-9; priv. sec. 
to Hon. Geo. West, Ballston Spa, '90; prin., Gilbertsville (N.Y.) acad., '91; Lat. master, 
Rutgers prep, sch., New Brunswick, N.J., '92-6; prin., acad. dept. of Elmwood sch., Buffalo, 
N.Y., '96-7; stu., Buffalo, '96-7; stu., Buffalo, '97-8; direct., Kingsley sch., Yonkers, '98- 
00; tea. of Lat., DeWitt Clinton h.s., N.Y. city, '00-. * Trustee, Ft. Edward (N.Y.) col. 
inst. ; Florence inst., Mechanicsville, N.Y. * m. Lucretia G. Thomas, Ballston Spa, N.Y., 
16 Sep. '90. 

George Stewart Duncan. 310 Randolph St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 

Clergyman. * Cor.sec-, v.pres. * b. Albany, N.Y., 2 Mar.'6o; son of Wm. and Isa- 
bella (Stewart); prep., Albany. * Honor, orat. ; B.A. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem. ; (Green 
Hebrew fellow., Scribner exeg. prize, Schaft hist, prize) '85-8 (A.M., '87); ord. (Presb.) 
Mooredale, Pa., 2ijun.'88; pas. there, '88-90; univ. of Oxford, '90; univ. of Berlin, '91; 
pas,. Harrisburg, Pa., '92-6; Washington, D.C., '96-00; stu., Maiburg, Ger., '00-; prof, of 
Semitic langs. and lit., Howard univ., '97-. * ist prize of Am. inst. of Hebrew, '89; visi- 
tqr, Wilson col.; clerk, Carlisle Presby. * Mem., Am. soc. of Bibl. lit. and exegesis; Am. 
Oriental soc. * Ph.D., Dickinson '93. 

^•Lewis Alexander James. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Superintendent. * Charter mem. at recrg.; v.pres., pres.; trustee. * b. Brooklyn, 
N.Y., 17 Oct.'64; son of Lewis W. and Mary J. (Alexander); prep., Saratoga Spa acad. * 
Class-day com.; B.A. * Banker, Corunna. Mich., '85-6; supt., Saratoga (N.Y.) Vichy 
spring, '87-01. * m. Miriam W. Dowd, Saratoga Spa, 19 Apr.'92. * Bro., Robt. L., 
Cornell '03. * d. 8 Feb.'oi. 

William Watson Ranney, 811 Asylum St., Hartford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. N. Bennington, Vt., 3oJun.'64; son of Stephen E. and Susan (Wat- 
son); prep., N. Bennington (Vt.) h.s. * Gym. instr., '84-5; ed.. Athenaeum; pres., Philo- 
logian; B.A. * Y.M.C.A. sec, Waterbury, Ct., '85-6; director, Williams col. gym., '86-9; 
stu, And. theol. sem., '89-92; ord. (Cong.) Farmington, Me., 27 Sep. '92; pas., Phillips, Me., 
'92-6; Park ch., Hartfora, Ct., '96-. 

George Washington Yates. 150 Nassau St., New York City. 

Lawyer. * Pres. * b. Bennington, Vt., 14 Feb. '64; son of Geo. W. and Martha E. 
(Benjamin); prep., Mt. Anthony sem. * Baseball; v.pres., tennis assn. ; treas., football; 
ist half-mile run, '81-82; B.A. * Tea. and law stu., Saratoga Spa, N.Y., '85-8; adm. to 
bar, '88; law., "88-90; N.Y. city (res., Milford, Ct.) '90-. * Contrib., Texas Siftings, '92-7. 
* Mem., N.Y. geneal. and biog. soc, '96-9. * m. Kate P. Olmstead, Saratoga Spa, 7 
.Tun.'88. 

1886 

Orlando Curtiss Bidwell. Great Harrington, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Treas., v.pres.; del. to 'S5 conv. * b. Monterey, Mass., 17 Mar.'62; son of 
Marshall S. and Phebe (Bidwell); prep., Lee h.s. and Elmira (N.Y.) acad. * Football; 
quartet; ed.. Lit. mo.; hon. men., nat. hist.: B.A. * Law stu., '86-9; adm. to bar, '89; 
law., Elmira, N.Y., '89-90; Great Harrington, Mass., '90-. * Clerk, surrogate ct., Che- 
mung CO., N.Y., '88-90; trustee, Gt. Barrington savings bank and pub. lib.; chairman, pru- 
dential com., Gt. Barrington fire di.=;t. * m- Helen D. Higley, Salamanca, N.Y., 3 Jun.'gi. 

George Henry Flint. loi Towawanda St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, treas., v.pres., pres.; trustee; alum, corresp. * b. Lincoln, 
Mass., 25 Jan. '65; son of Geo. and Caroline A. (Rice); prep., Andover. * Football; Rice 
prize in Gr. ; Rice book prize; honor orat.; *BK.; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Peekskill (N.Y.) 
milit. acad., '86-7; Monson (Mass.) acad., '87-9; instr., of chem., Williams col:, '89-90; 
stu., Yale div. sch., '90-4, B.D.; ord. (Cong.) 22 Oct. '94; asst. pas., S. Boston, '94-6; Old 
South ch., Boston, '96-9; pas., cent. Cong, ch., Dorchester, '99-. * m. Mary P. Storm, 
Hinsdale, Mass., 17 Jun.'96. 



i[48 DELTA UPSTLON DECENNIAL. 

William Mather Marvin. 17 College St., Portland, Me. 

Teacher. * I'-fe^-i chap. Qttcr. ed. * b. Medford, Mass., igjun.'bj; son of Rev. 
Elihu P. and Julia A. (Carleton) ; prep., Bost. Lat. sch. * Commenc. diss.; B.A. " Agt. 
for Thos. Cook & sons, Boston, N.Y., and Phila., '86-9; in employ of Walter A. Wood mow- 
ing machine co., Hoosick Falls, N.Y., '90-4; prin., Hoosick Falls, '94-5; Middlebury h.s., 
'95-7; Gardner, Mass., '97-8; Portland, Me., '9S-. * m. Genevieve Skinner, Hoosick Falls, 
N.Y., 21 Aug.'S9. 

Charles Hall Perry. 15 Clinton St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec, pres.; del. to '85 conv. * b. Millbury, Mass., 3 Apr. '56; son of 
Geo. A. and Sarah J. (Hall); prep.. And. acad. * Class-day orat. ; ed.. Athenaeum ; Lit. 
mo.; ed. -in-chief, Gulielinensian ; class poet; Y.M.C.A. pres.; lion, men., nat. hist.; sr. essay 
prize; commenc. diss.; B..'\. ' Stu., Epis. theol.sch., Cambridge, Mass., '86-9, B.D.; rect., 
Falmouth, IMass., '83-90; 'S8-90; ord. (Kpis.) Boston, '89; rect., St. Peter's ch., Cambridge, 
'90-. * m. Bessie AL Osgood, Waltliam, jMass., 20 Jun.'89. 

Arthur Vincent Taylor. 255 N. 6th St., Newark, N. J. 

Teacher. * Pres.; chap. Quar. ed. * b. Newark, N.J., 26 Jul. '63; son of Geo. O. and 
Mary (Owen); prep., Newark h.s. * Gym. instr. ; ed., Atlienaeum; Fortnight ; ; Benedict 
and Rice prizes in Gr. and Lat. ; Benedict prizes in hist., and C^er. ; honor scholar. ; salut. ; 
<I>BK.; B.A. * Tea., S. Williamstown, Mass., '87-8; Patterson (N.J.) clas. inst., '88-96; 
Newark h.s., '96-; prin.. Cent. av. even. sch. * m. N.Y. city, 24 Dec. '90. 

1887 

John Thomas Baxter. 701 Andrus Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Lawyer. * Pres.; del. to 'S/ conr. * h. Berlin, Wis., 15 Oct. '62; son of Thos. and 
Susanna (Lewis) ; prep., Ripon. * Class day lib. orat.; ed., Lit. mo.; ist rhet. prize; Graves 
and \^anVechten prizes; B.A. * Stu., univ. of Minn, law sch., '87-9; adm. to bar, '89; 
law., Minneapolis, Minn, (res., 4601 Fremont av.) '89-. * Sec. and treas., N.W. alum. 
assn. of Williams col.; sec, Minneapolis bar assn., '92-. * m. Gertrude Hooker, Alinne- 
apolis, 14 Oct.'gi. 

William Robert Broughton. 345 Madison Av., New York City. 

Physician. * Rec.scc., trcas., v. pres., pres.; trustee; del. to 'S4 conv.; mem., e.vec. coun- 
cil, '88-y. * b. N.Y. city, 3 Nov. '66; son of John G. and Eliza (Gray); prep.. Bloomfield 
(N.J.) h.s. * Mem., intercol. tennis team; clas.s-day com.; B.A. * Stu., N.Y'. col. of 
phys. and surgs., '87-90, M.D.; phys., .V.Y. city (res., Bloomfield, N.J.) '90-. * Mem., 
Bloomfield bd. of educ. ; mgr., Bloomfield savings inst. * Mem., N.Y. co. med. soc. * 
m. Jennie B. Morris, Bloomfield, N.J., 20 Oct. '97. * Bro., John G., 'Sg. 

William Goodyear. Colfax, Wash. 

Editor. * Rec.sec, cor. sec, hist., pres.; dci. to '85 conv. ' b. New Haven, Ct., 21 
May '63; son of Geo. and Hannah (Tuttle); prep., Newton (Mass.) h.s. * Col. tug of war 
team; football; ed., Lit. mo.; commenc. diss.; B.A. * Ed., Spokane (Wash.) Revieiv; Pa- 
lome News, Colfax Commoner, '87- * m. Neva C. Sliurtleft, Warren, R.I., 4 Nov.'go. 

Rush Wilmot Kimball. 35 Broadway, Norwich, Ct. 

Physician. * Recsec, ■i'.pres.; chap. Quar. ed. * b. Wentworth, N.H., 26 Jul. "62; 
son ofBaxtcr P. and Mary T. ; prep.. New Hampton. ■* B.A. * Stu., L.I. hosp., "87-90, 
M.D. ; on res. staff, Brooklyn hosp., '90-J ; phys., Tacoma, Wash., '91-2; Norwich, Ct.. '92-. 
* Vis. surg., Wm. W. Blackus hosp., '94-. * Mem., Am. med. assn.; Ct. med. soc. * 
m. .Arabella I. Hovey, Matawan, N.J., 15 Apr.'gi. 

Archie Freeman McAllaster. Gouverneur, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * V.pres. * b. Redwood, N.Y., ]7Aug.'65; son of Jas.; prep., Gouverneur. 
Rice book prize; honor orat.; B.A. * Stu., Colum. law sch., '87-9, LL.B. ; adm. to bar, '89; 
law., Gouverneur, N.Y., '89-. 

1888 

Hamilton Ford Allen. 612 W. 60th St., Chicago, 111. 

Licentiate of Presbyterian church. * b. Lafayette, Ind., 7 Jul. '67: son of Ira W. and 
Lydia (Ford); prep., Allen acad., Chicago, 111. * Class-day com.: B..'\. * Tea., .Mien 
acad., Cliicago, 111.. '88-92: stu., univ. of Berlin, '92-4; McCormick theol. sem., '94-7; Orme 
Smith scholar of the sem., univ. of Chicago, '97-9; Leipsic, Ger., '99; Athens, Greece, 
'99-00; Chicago, 111.. '01-. * m. Grace D. Constantine, Boston, Mass., 23 Nov. '00. * 
Father, Ira IV., Hamilton 'so; bros., Ira W., '84; Philip S., '9/. 



WILLIAMS— i88S. ]^49 

Herbert Marsena Allen. Auburndale, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.sec. * b. Harpoot, Turkey, 8Mar.'65; son of Orson P. and Caro- 
line R. (Wheeler); prep., Auburndale, Mass., and Newton Ii.s. * Ed., Fortnight; Lit. mo.; 
class-day poet; Griiifin prize in Eng. lit.; B.A. * Supt. of schs. and tea. m col. of Armenia, 
Harpoot, Turkey, "88-9: supt. of schs., Van, '89-90; stu.. Bang, theol. sem., '90-3; miss, and 
tea., \'an, Turkey, '93-8; supt., Armenian miss, work in N.E., '98- (headquarters, Boston, 
Mass.); in charge of Cuban indus. relief fund, '99-00; miss. supt. for Armenians in Mass. 
under home miss, soc, '99-: founder and ed. of Armenian weekly paper, Gotchnag, pub. in 
Boston, '01-. * m. KUen R. Ladd., Bangor, Me., 10. Tun. '93. ' Father. Orson P.. .-im- 
herst, '32. 

Augustus Walker Buck. 252 Pine St., Fall River, Mass. 

Physician. * V.prcs.. pics. * h. Slatersville, R.I.. 7 Feb. '66; son of Edwin and El- 
mira (Walker): prep.. Fall River (Mass.) h.s. * Class choragus; B.A. * Med. stu., 
univ. of Pa., "88-92, M.D. ; phys., F~all River, Mass., '93-; city phys., '97-9; med. exam., 
Bristol CO., '98- * Mem., Mass. med. soc; Mass. med. legal soc. * m. Jennie H. Lam- 
phear, Beverly, Mass., 7 Apr."96. 

Willard Alanson Glen. 37 Weiting Blk., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Rose, N.Y., 9 May '64; son of W'm. J. and Louisa W. ; prep., Lyons. * 
Bus mgr.. Weekly: B.A. * Law stu., Lyons, N.Y., '88-91; law., Syracuse. '91- * m. 
Caroline C. Johnson, Fredonia, Jul. '97. 

Ralph Erastus Loveland. 614 Brewster St., E. Saginaw, Mich. 

Merchant. * Adm. by Middlebury. * b. West Port, N.V.; son of Ralph A. and Har- 
riet M. (Kent); prep., Beaman acad.. New Haven, Vt. * -At Middlebury. '82-3; at Wil- 
liams, '83-4. '86-7. * Lumber merchant, Saginaw, Mich., '87-. * m. Blanche Bailey, 
Saginaw, i5Apr.'9i. 

William Wirt Newell. Binghamton, N. Y. 

I-awyer. * Rcc.sec. treas.. pres.; del. to '87 conv.; tY-istec. * b. Binghamton, N.Y., 
21 Dec. '61; son of Francis T. and Phoebe (Wentz) ; prep., Wyoming sem.. Kingston, Pa. * 
Mgr., baseball; Cobden club medal in pol. econ. ; B.A. * Law stu., Binghamton, N.Y., 
'88-90; adm .to bar, '90; law., Binghamton, '90-. 

Ellis John Thomas. i Madison Av., New York City. 

Life insurance. * Cor. sec, pres.; alum, corresp.; chap. cd.. '01 Decennial : del. to '87 
conv.; mem., e.vec council, '89; sec. and treas.. '8()-()2: pres., '93-8; council del., 
'go. 'qi, '93 coni's.; asst Quar. ed.. '92-. * b. L^tica. N.Y., 18 Nov.'63; son of Ellis and Ann 
(Hughes); prep., privately. * Class pres; class-day pres.; conf. com.; ed..Gulielmensian; 
ed. -in-chief IVeekly; prize in hist., Ger., and Gr. ; ist hist, prize; 2d Ger. prize; Graves prize 
essay; philos orat.; * B K. ; B.-A. * Priv. tutor, Mamaroneck and N.Y. city, '88-91; stu. 
in Ger. and philos., N.Y. univ., '89-90; stu., Colum. univ. law .xh., '90-1; adm. to N.Y. bar, 
'92: with Metropolitan life ins. co., N.Y city, '02-. * Mem., exec. counci> of N.Y. Wil- 
liams alum, assn., '96-8; mem.. Phi Delta Phi. * Ed., "Songs of the anvil," '00. 

*Augustus Rufenot Timerman. Denver, Col, 

Commission broker. * ire. .V.J'', club. * h. Oneida, N.Y., 30 Apr.'6o; son of Geo. A. 
and Cor.; prep., Oneida. * At Williams, '84-6. * Com. broker, Brooklyn, N.Y., '86-94; 
Denver, Col., '94-6. * d. 23 Dec. '96. 

Henry Daniel Wild. Williamstown, Mass. 

College professor. ' V.pres.; trustee. * b. Greensboro, Vt. , 11 Oct. '66; son of Azel 
W. and Ellen (Doug'as) ; prep., Peacham and St. Johnsbury (Vt.) acads. * Ed., Lit. 
mo.; Benedict prizes in Lat , Gr., hist., math., nat. hist., Ger : ist Rice prizes in Lat. and 
Gr. ; Perry prize in hist, and pol. econ.; Thomson scholar.; valedic; <^ P. K. ; B.A.; M.A. * 
Instr., Olivet (Mich.) col.. '88-9; prof, of Lat., '89-91; asst. prof, of Lat., Williams col., 
'91-3; stu., abroad. '93-5; prof, of Lat., Williams col., '95-. * Treas., Williams "t B K. * 
Contrib., .4m. jour, of philol. * Mem., Am. philol. assn. * m. Ada L. Goodwin, Olivet, 
Mich., 14 Jul. '92. * Father. .4cel W.. Middlebury ' ^7. 

Charles Adams Williams. Hudson, Mass. 

Teacher. * Rcc.sec. v.prcs.: chap. Guar. ed. * b. Bradford, Vt., 28 May '67: son of 
John K. and Annie CDenison) ; prep., St. Johnsbury acad. * Hon. men., Lat. and Gr. ; 
Rice book prize; Griftin prize in Eng. lit.; philos. orat.; * B K ; B.A.; M.A. * Tea., Black 
Hall (Ct.) sch., '8S-92: prin., Littleton (N.H.) h.s., '92-4; grad. stu., Harv. univ., '94-5, 
M.A.; prin., Amherst. Mass., '95-7; Hudson. '97- * m. Helen Harvey, Barnet, Vt., 20 
Aug.'os. * Father, John K., Middlebury, '60. 



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1889 
John Glover Broughton. 28 W. 39th St., New York City. 

Dentist. * V.prcji. * b. Bloomfield, N.T., 6 Jan. '69; son of John G. and Eliza (Gray); 
prep., Bloomfield h.s. * Mention, Benedict Ger. prize; commenc diss.; B.A. * Stu., 
Colum. col. of phys. and siirgs., M.D., '92; col. of dentistry, D.D.S., '91; dentist, N.Y. 
city (res., Bloomfield, N.J.) '91-. * Bro., Wm. R., '87. 

Oliver Stowe Brown. 356 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Manufacturer. * Rec.xec, treas., pres.; del. to '87 conv. * b. 14 Sep. '67; son of 
Franklin G. and Catherine E. ; prep.. Defiance, O. * Baseball; gym. instr.; ed., Lit. mo.; 
class-day poet; B.A. * Direct., Williams col. gym., '89-91; instr., Allen acad., Chicago, 
111., '91-2 (law stu., N.W. univ., '91-2); adm. to 111. bar, '93; law., '93-8; sec, Carbolite 
gas and iron co., (res., 5421 Cornell av., Hyde Park) Chicago, '99; treas., Bystrom gas lamp 
CO., '00-. 

John Frederick Fitschen, Jr. 404 E. Buffalo St., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Cor.sec, lust., v. pres., pres.; del. to 88 conv. * b. Tenafly, N.J., 26 
Aug.'67; son of John F. and Margaretha (Ludemann); prep.. Englewood. * Ed., Fort- 
night; Weekly; Lit. mo.; Y.M.C.A. pres.; jr. rhet.. Graves, and Van Vechten prizes; B.A. 
* Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '89-92; ord. (Presb.) Waterville, N.Y., 7 Oct.'92; pas. there, 
'92-7; ist ch., Ithaca, '97-. * Mem. and pres., bd. comrs.to Aub. theol. sem.; moderator 
to Presby. of Utica and Cayuga; del.. Ecumenical conf. on for. miss.. N.Y. city, '00. * 
m. Ruth Williams, Ithaca, N.V., 11 Oct.'gg. 

Henry Foster Grout. Melrose, Mass. 

Real estate. * Rec.sec; chap. Qu,ar. cd. * b. W.Rutland, Vt., 22 Dec. '66; son of 
Henry and Frances (Foster); prep., Concord, Mass. * Class com.; B.A. * Real est. 
agt., Boston, Mass., 'S9-97; Melrose, '97-. * m. Mildred Tyler, Cambridge, Mass., 8 Sep. 
'97- 

*Edward Alexander Johnson. Boston, Mass. 

Journalist. * V.prcs. * b. Avondale, O., 28 Dec. '67; son cf A. Byron and Eunice 
(Fox); prep., Rochester, N.Y. * Cobden club medal in pol. econ. ; rhet. prize; commenc. 
diss.; B.A. * Stu., Cincin. law sch., '89-; commercial ed., Boston (Mass.) Globe, '89-93. 
Pub., Hyde Park facilities"; "Hyde Park industries." * Contrib., Cincin. Commercial ; 
N.Adams Transcript. * m. Grace H. Wheeler, Williamstown, Mass., iiApr.'9i. * d. 
Manitou, Col., 13 Jan. '94. 

Carlton Spencer Severance. 2339 N. Hermitage Av., Chicago, 111. 

Journalist. .* Rcc.scc. * At Williams, '85-7; at Middlebury, '87-9, B.A. * See 
Middlehury. 

William Jesse Runcie Welton. 

Law student. * At Williams, '86-8; quartet. * Law stu., Cleveland, O. (last known 
address.) 

1890 

Hanford Wisner Edson. 836 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Teacher (retired). * Rec.sec., v.prei., pres.; chap. Quar. cd. * b. Indianapolis, Ind., 
4 Jul. '71; son of Hanford and Helen (Rockwood); prep., Exeter (N.H.) acad. * Glee 
club; ed.. Weekly and Lit. mo.; jr. rhet. prize; hon. men., Ger.; Rice (Jr. prize; Dewey 
commenc. speaking prize; philos. orat. ; 4>BK.; B.A. * Tea., Robert col., Constantinople, 
'90-3; instr. in eloc, Williams col., '93-6; retired, '96-. * Bro., Elmer R., 'gj. 

John Rutherford McGiffert. 305 Exchange Bldg., Duluth, Minn. 

Lawyer. * Adm. by liaivilton; v.prcs.; sec. and treas., Duluth-Superior club. * b. 
Hudson, N.Y., 19 Mar.'69; son of John N. and Sarah (Carnahan); prep., Hudson acad. * 
At Hamilton, '86-8; class treas.; at Williams, '8S-90; commenc. appt. ; B.A. * Law stu., 
N.Y. univ., '90-2, LL.B.; adm. to N.Y. bar, '92; to Minn, bar, '93; law., Duluth (res., 15 E. 
Third st.) '93- * m. CJertrude Y. Magoun, Hudson, N.Y., 8 Apr. '96. * Bros., Jas. B., 
Hamilton, '78; Wm. C, Hamilton, '78; Edgar N., Hamilton, '80. 



WILLIAMS— 1890-91. l^l 

Franklin Kittredge White. 202 Huntington Av., Boston, Mass. 

Merchant. * Treas., rec.scc, pres. * b. Boston, Mass., 3 Dec. '66; son of Jas. and 
Cor. (Kittredge); prep., Boston. * Col. rec. in mile walk, '89; track team; ed., Lit mo.; 
B.A. * With R. H. White & Co., dry goods, Boston, Mass., '90-5; with P. F. Bonney 
& Son, cloaks and furs, Boston, '95-7; H. R. White & Co., '98-. * m. Pauline Snow, 
Greenfield, Mass., 3 Jun.'g-. * Father, Jas., '51. 

Theodore Whittelsey. 115 Cook St., Ithaca, N. Y. 

College instructor. * Rec. sec, cor. sec, pre.i ; chap ed., 'gi Quinquennial; del. to '8p 
conv. * b. New Berlin, N.Y., 15 May '68; son of Chas. and Louise (Wakelee) ; prep., 
Saratoga Spa. * Ed., Weekly; Lit. mo.; Graves prize essay; 2d prize jr. rhet. ; honor orat.; 
B.A. * Asst. in chem., Williams col., '90-1; prof, of chem. and phys.. Pacific univ.. Or., 
'91-3. '95-7; stu., univ. of Goettingen, '93-5, Ph.D.; instr. in chem., Cornell univ., '97-. * 
Auth., "Ueber die Einwirkung von Stickoxyden und Nitrosylchlorid auf ungesalettigte Ver- 
bindungen," '95; (with L. M. Dennis) "Qual. analysis; a manual for students of chem.," 
'00. * Mem., Deutsche Chem. Gesellschaft; Sigma Xi (Cornell). 



189I 
Philip Schuyler Allen. 612 Maple St., Englewood, 111. 

College instructor. * Pres. * b. Lake Forest, 111., 23 Aug.'7i; son of Ira W. and 
Lydia (Ford); prep., Allen acad.. Chicago. * Football; class pres.; ed.. Weekly; chair- 
man Gulielmensian and Lit. mo.; B.A. * Tea., Allen acad., Chicago, '91-2; stu., univ. of 
Berlin, '92-4; tea., Shattuck sch., Faribault, Minn., '94-5; fellow m Ger., univ. of Chicago, 
'93-7. Ph.D.; instr. in Ger., univ. of Chicago, '95-. * Pres., alum, club of univ. of Chi- 
cago, '98. * Contrib., Jour, of Ger. philos. * Mem., Mod. lang. assn. of Am.; univ. of 
Chicago philol. club; Germanic club. * m. Jessie Acker, Brooklyn, N.Y., 21 Dec. '94. * 
Father, Ira W., Hamilton '50; bros., Ira W.. Williams, 'S4; Hamilton F., '88. 

William Howell Edwards. 1041 Bergen St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Del. to 'go conv. * b. Lisle, X.Y., 4Aug.'67; son of Wm. B. and Mary; 
prep., Binghamton h.s. * Pres., dram assn., choragus; ed., Lit. mo.; Gulielmensian ; Rice 
book prize; ist rhet. prize; men., Benedict prize in Lat. and Gr. ; commenc. appt. ; B.A. * 
Tea., Boy's h.s., Brooklyn, N.Y., '92-. 

Frank Harvey Elmore. 98 Farmington Av., Hartford, Ct. 

Business. * b. Hartford, Ct., 16 Nov.'66; son of Saml. E. and Mary (Burnham); prep., 
Hartford h.s. * Banjo club; ed.. Weekly; B.A. * With J. R. Montgomery & Co., cotton 
and novelty yarns, Windsor Lock, Ct. ; Victor Koechl & Co., importers of dyestuffs and 
chemicals, N.Y. city; mgr. of same co.. Palmer House, Chicago, '92-. * Father, Saml. 
E.. '57. 

Harry Woodruff Johnson. New Richland, Minn. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Middlebury; v. pres. * h. Washington, D.C., 31 Mar.'68; son 
of Jerome and Eliza (Woodruff) ; prep., Colum. univ. prep. sch. and privately. * At Mid- 
dlebury, '87; at Williams, '88-91; glee club; B.A. * With U.S. geol. surv., '91; Chicago 
theol. sem., '92; Yale div. sch., '93-6, B.D. ; grad. .<;tu., Yale univ., '96; ord. (Cong.) Wash., 
D.C., 24 May '96; pas.. New Ulm, Minn., '96-00; New Richland, '00-. * Vis., Carleton 
col. * m. Blanche E. Seaver, Washington, D.C., 29 Sep. '97. 

Frank Leonard Luce. 18 Rockland St., Taunton, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rec. sec, treas., pres. * b .Marion, Mass., i5jun.'66; son of Geo. L. 
and Sophia (Delano); prep., .\ndover. * Baseball; class pres.; treas.. Weekly; B.A. * 
Stu., -And. theol. sem., '91-4; ord., 6Nov.'95; asst. pas., Boylston st. ch., Boston, Mass., 
'94-7; Taunton, '97-. * Scribe, Taunton conf. ; pres., N.Bristol Cong. club. * m. Susan 
T. Peterson, Marion, Mass., 4 Dec. '94. 

Pay son Sibley Wild. 3931 Ellis Av., Chicago, 111. 

Teacher. * Ccr.sec, v. pres., pres.; chap. Quar. ed.; del. to 'go conv. * b. N. Crafts- 
bury, Vt., 25 May '69; son of Edw. P. and Ruth (Nichols); prep., St. Johnsbury acad. * 
Rhet. prize; Lat. and Gr. prizes; honor scholar.; commenc orat.; iJ) B K. ; B.A. * Bus., 
N.Y. city, '91; lit. work, Manchester, Vt., '91-2; tea., St. Johns sch., Manlius, N.Y., '92-6; 
(stu. in Ger., '04): head master, St. John's sch., '96-8; asst. prin., Princ.-Yale sch., Chicago, 
III., '98-00; prin. and dean, '00-. * m. Caroline S. Peabody, Columbus, O., 21 Aug.'95. * 
Father, Edzv. P., Middlebury, '60; bro., John D., Williams, 'gs. 



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1892 

Ernest Clark Bartlett. Chelmsford, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. \\oburn, j\[ass., 18 Apr.'65; son of \Vm. and Sarah A.; prep., Andover 
acad. ' Class sec; ed., GiiUchnensian andlVeekly : B.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '92-5; 
ord., Chelmsford, Mass., 12 JMar.'gS; pas. there, '96- * Chairman, bd. of educ. * m. 
Clemantine A. Sheldon, Chelmsford, 13 Sep. '98. 

John Charles Campbell. Las Cruces, N. Mex. 

Teacher. ' Rec.sec. treas., pres.: assl. chap ed.. 'gi Quinquennial. * b. LaPorte, Ind., 
14 Sep. '67; son of Garvin and Anna B. (Kipp) ; prep., Andover (Mass.) acad. * Y.M.C.A. 
pres. ; class pres. ; class-day hist.; sec, intercol. press assn. ; ed., Weekly, Guliehnensian; ed.- 
in-chief, Lit. mo.; Graves prize in orat. ; commenc. appt. ; B.A. * Stu., And. theol. sem., 
'92-5, B.D.; tea., Am. miss. assn. acad., .loppa Ala., '95-8; Stevens Pt., Wis., '98-9; Am. 
miss. assn. acad., Pleasant Hill, Tenn., '99-00; res., Las Cruces, N.M., '00-. * m. Grace 
H. Buckingham, Stevens Pt., Wis., lo Sep. '95. * J3ro., Gavin A., 'pS. 

Winthrop Benton Greene. Pomfret Center, Ct. 

Clergyman. * V.pres.. pres.; del. to 'gi conv. * b. Cambridge, Mass., 19 Feb. '69; son 
of Edw. E. and Mary (Benton); prep., Newton h.s. * Class pres.; Rice book prize; com- 
menc. appt.; B..A * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '92-5; prize scholar.; ord. (Cong.) Pomfret, 
Ct., 12 Nov. '95; pas. there, '95- * m. Edith W. Brinckerhoff, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1 1 Dec. 
'95- 

Leverett Bradbury Merrill. Dustin St., Allston, Mass. 

Vocal teacher. ' Rec.sec. pres.; del. to '01 conv. * b. Wenham, Mass., 11 Oct. '69; 
son of Chas. and Sarah (Bradbury); prep., Salem h.s. * Glee club; dram, assn.; gen. 
rhet. prize; B.A. * Studied abroad; with Temple quartet concert co. ; Bostonian opera 
CO.; Castle sq. opera co., N.Y. city; bass soloist. Old Kings chapel, Boston, Mass.; vocal tea., 
218 Tremont St., Boston, '93-. 

Frederick Bushnell Ryder. Stag Hotel, Columbus, 0. 

Editor. * V.pres. * b. Oberlin, O., i6Nov.'7i; son of VVm. and Mary (Bushnell); 
prep., Ann Arbor (Mich.) h.s. * Football; class proph. ; B.A. * Tea., Columbus, O.; 
sporting ed., O. state jour., Columbus, '93- * V.pres., cent. alum. assn. 



1893 

Henry Burnham Boone. University Sta., Charlottesville, Va. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec., v.pres., pres.; del. to 'qj conv. * b. Fall River, Mass., 8 May '72; 
son of John H. and Charlotte (Wrightington) ; prep., Durfee h.s.. Fall River. * Track 
team; glee club: class hist.; ed.. Weekly. GulicimensiaH; fiction prize; B.A. * Law stu., 
univ. of \"a., '94-5; adm. to Va. bar, '95; law., Leesburg, l-la., "95-6; law., and writer, Al- 
bemarle CO., Va.,''97-. * m. Francesca Brown, Albemarle co., Va.. '96. 

Elmer Rockwood Edson. 836 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Physician. * Chap, qiiar. ed.; dei. to 'qi conv. * b. Indianapolis, Ind., 3 Nov. '72; son 
of Hanford and Helen (Rockwood); prep., Exeter (N.H.) acad. * At Williams, 'S9-91; 
football; ed., U'eekly. * Stu., O. med. col., '93-5; univ. of Pa., '95-/. M.D. ; phys., hosp. 
of univ. of Pa., '97-0; asst. surg., U.S.M.H.S., '99- * Contrib., Uniz\ med. mag. * 
Mem., Barton Cooke Hirst obstetrical soc * Bro., Hanford [('.. 'go. 

Charles Taft Ennis. Lyons, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Lyons, N.Y., 27 Sep. '71; son of Chas. and IZmma (Taft); prep., Lyons. * 
Footba'lh mgr., baseball; B.A. * Chairman, Repub. co. com., '9-. '98, '99; elected dist. 
atty., Wayne co., N.Y., '00-. * m. Jean Griswold, Lock Berlin. N.V.. 10 Dec.'96. 

Louis Palmer Slade. 466 N. Main St., Fall River, Mass. 

Teacher. * Treas., rec.sec, pres. * b. Fall River, Mass.. 14 Mar.'73; son of John and 
Lois (Buffington) ; prep., ]:)urfee h.s.. Fall River. * Rice book prize- philos. orat.; + B K. ; 
B.A. * Stu. Harv. grad. sch., '93-5; "96-7. M..\..; univ. of Berlin. '95-6; in \'a.. '97-8; 
tea., Durfee h s.. Fall River, Mass., '98-. * Rec.sec. Fall River assn. of charities. • 
Mem., Am. hist. assn. * m. Charlotte K. Boone. Fall River. 2 .\pr.'oi. 

Frank Henry Woodman. East River Pier 29, New York City. 

Purser. * Rec.sec. v.pres.. pres. * b. Beverly. Mass., 27 Jul. '71. * .\t Williams, 
'89-92; mgr., dram. assn. * Purser, str. '"Seminole.'" 



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1894 
William Hayden Baker. 523 Hampshire St., Quincy, 111. 

Physician. * Pel. to '<)2 conv. * 1). Schaghticoke, N.Y., 10. Tan. '70; son of Clias. and 
Lydia (Hayden); prep., Burr and Burton sem., Manchester, Vt. * At Williams, '90-3; 
baseball; at Columbia, '94, B.A. * Stu., Columbia col. of phys. and surgs., '53-6, M.D.; 
phys. and surg., Quincy, 111., '97- * m. Florence Berry, Quincy, 111., 6 Dec. '00. 

Alexander White Doolittle. 703 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Cotton broker. * Rec.sec; pres.; del. to 'qs conv. * b. Sherburne, N.Y., 22 Mar.'72; 
son of Frederick C. and Emma G. ; prep., Waterville acad. * At Williams, '90-3; ed.. 
Weekly; ist soph, prize; soph. orat. ; B.A. * Broker, 22 Broad st., Utica, N.Y., '94- * 
m. Virginia Storrs, Utica, 29 Jun.'97. 

Richard Sweet Folsom. 57 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Adm. by Columbia; rec.sec. pres.: chap. Quar. ed.; del. to 'pj conv. * 
b. Chicago, 111., 5Aug.'72; son of Chas. A. and Sarah (Sweet): prep., Kenosha, Wis. * 
At Columbia. '91-2; at Williams, '93-4; mgr., track team; class prophet; ed., Weekly; B.A. 
' Law stu., JS.VV. univ., '94-6; adm. to 111. bar, '96; law., 115 Monroe st., Chicago, 111., 
'96-. 

Herbert John McMurtrie. Carlisle, la. 

Banker. * Cor.sec. v. pres., pres. * b. N.Y. city, 14 Oct. '72; son of John and Sarah 
J.; prep., Dwight sch.. N.Y. * B.A. * Real est., DesMoines, la., '94-6; cashier, bank 
of Carlisle, la., '96- * m. Adelia D. Bawden, Freehold, N.J., 19 Oct. '98. 

Henry Grant Rowe. Medina, 0. 

Editor. * Rec.sec. pres. * b. 15 Jul. '70; son of T. E. ; prep., privately. * Pres., 
Philologian; class pres.; ed., Weekly; VanVechten prize; commenc. orat.; B.A. * Man. 
ed., N.Adams Transcript, '95; Medina co. (O.) Gazette, '96- 

1895 
Winfred Howard Babbitt. Honolulu, T. H. 

Business. * b. Waitesfield, Vt., 4 Aug. '72; son of Jas. and Mary (Abbott); prep., And- 
over (Mass.) acad. * Football: glee club; choir; B..\. * Tea., Siglar sch., Newburg, 
N.Y., '95-6; Oahu col., Honolulu, H.I., '96-9; with firm of Hamm-Young Co., Honolulu, 
'99. 

Benjamin Thomas Bartlett. West Deny, N. H. 

Lawyer. * Auih., D.U. songs. * b. Haverhill, Mass., 9 Nov.'72; son of Thos. B. and 
Victoria W. ; prep., Dean acad. * Glee, banjo and mandolin clubs; B.A. * Stu., Bost. 
univ. law sch.; adm. to N.H. bar, '98; law., W.Derry, N.H., '98- 

William Hardy Gorman. Lexington Av., Columbus, 0. 

Business. * b. Columbus, O., 17 Feb. '71; son of Thos. L. and Isabel (Hardy); prep., 
Columbus Lat. sch. * At Williams, '91-4; track team; record for standing high jump; 
at Yale, '94-6, B.A. * Bus., Columbus, O., '96-. 

Maclay Hoyne. 2201 Calumet Av., Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Pres. * b. Chicago, 111., 12 Oct. '72: son of Thos. and Jeanie (Thomas); 
prep., Lake Forest and Allen (Chicago) acads. * Football; track team; mgr., glee, banjo 
and mandolin clubs; ed., Weekly; B.A. * Stu., N.W. law sch., '95-7. LL.B.; adm. to 
bar, '97; law., 88 LaSalle st., Chicago, 111., '97- * Mem., Chicago bar assn. ; Chicago law 
inst. * Bro., Archibald L., '01. 

Frank Silliman Parmenter. i Mutual Bldg., Troy, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Trcas., v. pres.; del. to '94 conv.; aiith., song, "Gold and blue." * b. Troy, 
N.Y., 12 Apr. '74; son of Franklin J. and Lorenda (Silliman); prep., Troy acad. * Com- 
menc. appt. : B.A. * Stu., Harv. law sch., '95-8, LL.B.; adm. to N.Y. bar, Saiatoga Spa, 
'98; law., Troy, '98-. 

Monroe Weed Smith. 225 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

Member board of trade. * Cor.sec. pres. * b. Dale, N.Y., 10 Jul. '72; son of Irving 
and Amelia (Miller); prep., Warsaw. * Asst. bus. mgr., glee club; B.A. * With Met- 
rop. nat. bank, Chicago, '95-7; Chicago bd of trade, (res., 3656 Indiana av.) '97-. 

John Daniel Wild. no Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec, v. pres., pres.: chap. Quar. ed.; del. to 'g4 conv. * b. Newport, 
Vt., 24 Jan. '7?; son of Edw. P. and Ruth (Nichols); prep., Burr and Burton sem., Man- 
chester. * Baseball; commenc. orat.; B.A. * Stu., C^hicago col of law, and with Hoyne, 
Follansbee & O'Connor. Chicago. '95-6; adm. to 111. bar, '96; law., Chicago, (res., 3656 In- 
diana av.) '96-. * Father, Edw. P., Middlebury '60; bro., Payson S., Williams '91. 



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1896 
Frederick Bowden Ayer, Versailles, Kv. 

Teacher. * V.pres. * b. Unity, N.H., 27 Oct.'74; son of Benj. and Susan (Bailey); 
prep., Kenyon milit. acad. * Commenc. appt. ; B.A. * Tea., Kenyon milit. acad., Gam- 
bier, O., '96-9; prin., Ashland sem., Versailles, Ky., '99- * m. Agnes L. Goddard, Ash- 
tabula, O., 15 Jun.'99. 

Berthier Whitford Mather, Mountain Home, Id. 

Physician. * Rec.sec, treas., pres. * b. Garrattsville, N.Y., 14 May '72; son of Elias 
and Mary A. (Whitford); prep., Alb. acad. * Class pres.; B.A. * Stu., Alb. med. col., 
'96-9, M.D.; St. Mark's hosp., Salt Lake City, Ut., '99-00; phys.. Salt Lake City, '99-00; 
Mountain Home, Id., '00- * Asst. surg.. Or. short line ry. * Contrib., Med. jour. 

George Francis Pedrick. Lawrence, Mass. 

Merchant. * Prep., Dummer acad., S.Eyfield, Mass. 

Dwight Gordon Smith. 19" 13th St., Washington, D. C. 

Medical student. * Rec.sec, v.pres.; chap. Quar. ed. * b. St. Louis, Mo., 26 Aug.'73; 
son of Irwin and Isabella (Fallen); prep., Andover (Mass.) acad. * Football; class chor- 
agus; B.A. * Rep., Wash. (D.C.) Times, '96-7; corresp., same paper, '97-8; med. stu., 
Columbian univ., '98- (class v.pres.) * Bro., Granville S., Technology '98. 

Dudley Woodbridge Strickland. 720 Kittredge Bldg., Denver, Coh 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec. cor. sec, pres.; del. to '94 and '95 convs.; 2nd v.pres., '96 conv. 
b. Cincinnati, O., 21 May '72; son of Dudley and Clara (Turner); prep., Allen acad., Chi- 
cago, 111. * Leader, banjo club; mem.. Gargoyle; class-day marshal; ed.-in-chief. Weekly; 
bus mgr., Gulielmensian ; B.A. * Stu., Harv. law sch., '96-7; Denver univ. law sch., '97-8, 
LL.B.; adm. to Col. bar, '98; law., Denver, '98- * V.pres., Mills ptib. co., Denver, '99-; 
sec, WilHams col. alum. assn. of Col. * Bros., IVm. R., Technology 'gS; Sidney T., Tech- 
nology '05. 



1897 

William Adams Burns. 38 Summer St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Lawver. * Cor. sec, rec.sec, pres.; chap, ed., '97 Supplement. * b. Thompsonville, 
Ct., 9jan.'7s; son of Jas. and Lilla (Daniels); prep., Pittsfield (Mass.) h.s. * Baseball; 
class pres.; mem.. Gargoyle; banjo and mandolin clubs; B.A. * Stu., Harv. law sch., 
'97-00, LL.B.; adm. to Mass. bar, Boston, '00; law., Pittsfield, Mass., '00-. * 

Christopher Field Cl-ay. 753 Equitable Bldg., Denver, Col. 

Lawyer. * b. Richmond, Ky. ; son of Brutus J. and Pattie A.; prep., Dummer acad., 
S.Byfield, Mass. * At Williams, '93-4; at St. Johns (Denver) '94; at Colorado, '95. • 
Stu., Col. univ. law sch., '96-8, LL.B.; law., Denver, Col. (res., 2151 Gilpin st.) '98- * 
m. Elinor Wise, Boulder, Col., 14 Jvin.'99. 

George Phillips Dike. 113 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Law student. * b. Randolph, Vt., 3oJan.'76; son of Saml. W. and Augusta (Smith); 
prep., Newton (Mass.) h.s. * Ed., Lit. mo.; commenc. diss.; B.A. * Stu., Mass. inst. 
of tech., '97-9; Harv. law sch., '99-. * Father, Saml. W., '63, bro., Theo. IV., '03. 



Charles Knight Hyde. 

Curator. * b. Haverhill, Mass., 14 Dec. '75. 
of museum, Honolulu, H.I., '96-. 



122 Berentonia St., Honolulu, T. H. 

At Williams, '93-4. * Asst. curator 



Herbert Lee Pratt 

Lawyer. * Treas. 



pres.; del. to 'p5 and '96 



Hingham, Mass. 

:s. * b. W.Newton, Mass., 
28 May '75; son of Saml. and Mary (Bigley); prep., Hingham h.s. * At Williams, 
'93-6; ed., Gulielmensian ; conf. com. * Stu., Bost. univ. law sch., '97-00; adm. to Mass. 
bar, Jul. '00 ;law., Hingham, Mass., '00-. * Mem., Phi Delta Phi. 

Fred Brown Whitney. 214 Julian St., Waukegan, 111. 

Lawver. * Rec.sec, v.pres., pres.; chap. Quar. ed. * h. Waukegan, 111., 18 Sep. '74; 
son of" Chas. and Lodinnia; prep.. Lake Forest acad. * Football; mgr., baseball assn.; 
pres., N.E. intercol. baseball assn.; pres., Repub. club: N.E. intercol. press assn.; ed.-in-chief, 
Weekly; mem.. Gargoyle; class marshal; B.A. * Man. ed., Waukegan (111.) Dai. Gasette, 
'98-9; adm. to bar, '98; stu., N.W. univ. law sch., '99, LL.B.; law., Waukegan, '99-. * 
Campaign mgr., Am. Repub. col. lea., Chicago, 111., '00; pres.. Gazette pub. co., Waukegan. 
Mem., Phi Delta Phi. 



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i8g8 
Roy Clement Burr. New Brunswick, N. J. 

Teacher. * Cor. sec. pres.; chap. Quar. ed.; del. to '96 and '97 convs. * b. Worthing- 
ton, Mass., 17 Feb.'73; son of Clement and Ella (Crosier); prep., Williston sem. * Base- 
ball; ist fresh, orat. prize; class orat.; soph. orat. ; B.A. * Tea., Temple col., Phila., Pa., 
'98-9; Rutgers prep, sch.. New Brunswick, N.J., '99- 

*Gavin Archibald Campbell. Stevens Pt., Wis. 

Teacher. * Prcs. * b. LaPorte, Ind., 12 Nov.'dp; son of Gavin and Anna B. (Kipp): 
prep., And. (Mass.) acad. * At Williams, '91-3, '97-8; v.pres., ath. assn.; glee club and 
choir; pres., clas. see; dram, assn.; B.A. * Tea., Stevens Pt., Wis., '93-4; stu., Chicago 
univ., '95; trav. on account of ill health, '96; tea., Mankato, Minn., '98-9. * Bro., John 
C, '92. * d. 15 Mar.'gg. 

Clinton Churchill Clarke, Jr. Chicago, 111. 

Student. * Rec.sec, treas., v.pres. * b. Chicago, 111., 3 Sep.'73; son of Clinton C. and 
Susan C. (King); prep., Chicago. * Pres., chess club; B.A. * Stu., Harv. grad sch., 
'99-01, M.A. 

Richard Brown Harris. 24 Holworthy St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Law student. * b. Boston, Mass., 23 Feb.'78; son of John and Caroline (Marsh); prep., 
Andover acad. * At Williams, '94-5; at Harvard, '95-9, B.A. * Stu., Harv. law sch., 
'99-. 

Lawrence Riggs Howard. 41 E. 69th St., New York City. 

Theological student. * Rec.sec, v.pres., pres. * b. Glencoe, 111., 26 0ct.'75; son of 
Chas. and Katharine (Foster); prep., N.W. univ. prep. sch. and Bangor (Me.) h.s. * 
Track team; football; Y.M.C.A. v.pres.; pres., Philologian; Ivy orat.; Gargoyle; commenc. 
orat.; B.A. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '9S-. * Mem., alum. com. of control of Jessup hall, 
'99-00 

Fred Smith Madison. Logan, Utah. 

Business. * b. Montclair, N.J., 14 Sep.'76; son of Edw. and Lena (Ward); prep., Bor- 
dentown niilit. inst. * At Williams, '94. * Bus., Montclair, N.J., '95-00; Redgway,_ Col., 
'00; with Hercules power co., Logan, tJt., '00-. * m. Louise Napier, Logan, 27 Sep. '00. 

William Burnham Merwin. Pasadena, Cal. 

Business. * b. Valparaiso, Chili, iMar.'7S; son of Moss and Eliz. (Burnham); prep., 
Clark's sch., Pasadena, Cal. * At Williams, '94-5. * Clerk, gen. mgr's. office of Santa 
Fe ry., Los Angeles, Cal. * Father, Alex. M., '63. 

Louis Woods. 505 Grove St., Morrison, 111. 

Business. * Rec.sec; chap. Quar. ed. * b. Morrison, 111., 28 Apr. '75; son of Oscar 
and Amanda (Shaub); prep., Oberlin (O.) acad. * At Williams, '95-6. * Hardware 
bus., Morrison, 111., '99; mining. Cripple Creek, Col., '99; hardware bus., Morrison, '00-. * 
m. Ivy M .Tuttle, Morrison, 111., 26 Jul. '00. 



1899 

Edward Rice Bolton. 295 Delaware Av., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Business. * Rec.sec, trees., v.pres., pres.; chah. Quar. ed.; del. to 97 and '98 convs. * 
b. Hilsboro, 111., 21 Feb. '77; son of Festus C. and Isabella (Cowdy); prep., Geneseo (N.Y.) 
norm. sch. * Baseball; chairman, class-day com.; mgr., musical clubs; Gargoyle; treas., 
W.N.Y. club; dep. chairman for Mass., Ct. and R.I., nat. col. Repub. lea.; ed., Gul; 
Weekly; B.A. * Priv. stu. of metallurgy and chem. of iron and steel; custodian for M. 
A. Hanna & co., of Cleveland, O., at Buffalo furnaces, '99-00; asst. gen. supt. of blast fur- 
naces of Buffalo Union furnace co., '00-. * Mem., univ. club of Buffato. 

Barak Gritman Coles, Jr. 151 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Business. * b. N.Y. city, 28 Jan. '76; son of Barak and Kate E. ((jape); prep., Sedg- 
wick inst.. Great Barrington, Mass. * At W^illiams, '95-6; at Brown, — . * Clerk, N.Y. 

Authur Lawrence Whitely. 1813 Hinman Av., Evanston, 111. 

Law student. * Rec.sec. v.pres., pres. * b. Paterson, N.J., 28 Jul. '75; son of Robt 
and Car. (Jackson); prep., Cook co. (111.) h.s. * Banjo club; chess club; B..\. * Stu., 
Kent law sch. * 



156 DELTA UPSILON DECENx\IAL. 



1900 
John F Burkett. Findlay, 0. 

Law student. * b. Findlay, O., 15 Jun.'/s; son of Jacob F. and Pamy (Walters); prep., 
Exeter (N.H.) acad. * At Williams, '96-7; banjo and mandolin clubs; at Oberlin, '9J-9, 
Ph.B. * Law stu., Findlay, O., '99-00; univ. of Mich., '00- * Mem., Phi Delta Phi. 

Francis Rockwell Marvin. 122 N. Forge St., Akron, 0. 

Law student. * b. Akron, O., 2 Jan. '77; son of Ulysses L. and Dorena (Rockwell); 
prep., Akron h.s. and Oberlin acad. * At Williams, '96-7; glee club. * Law stu., 
Akron, O., '97-9; univ. of Mich., '99-. 

Laurence Worthington Pierce. Lexington, Mass. 

— ■ * V./'rcs. * b. Charleston, Mass., 17 Sep. '77; son of Geo. W. and Lvdia 

(Mansfield); prep.. Post. Lat sch. * B.A. 

James Barbour Richardson. 72 W. 89th St., New York City. 

Life insurance. * Pies.; chap Qitar. ed. * b. Norwalk, Ct., 2sAug.'75; son of Jas. 
and Jessie (Spence); prep., Andover (Mass.) acad. * Track team; class sec; ed.. Week- 
ly; B.A. * Life ins. agt., N.Y. city, '00. 

William Howard Richardson. Glendale, 0. 

Law student. * ]''.prcs. * b. Glendale, O., 11 Apr. '78; son of J. C. ; prep., Hughes 
h.s., Cincinnati. * B.A. * Stu., Cincin. law sch., '00-. 

Mark Homer Rogers. 42 Gardner St., Allston, Mass. 

Medical student * Rrc.scc, v.pres.. pres. * b. S.Sudbury, Mass., 21 May '77; son of 
Homer and Ellen (Perry); prep., Bost. Lat. sch. * Glee club; B.A. * Stu., Harv. med. 
sch., '00-. * Father, Homer, 62. 

Raymond John Rulifson. 11 Mt. Hope Av., Rochester, N. Y. 

Law studev.l. * b. W.Henrietta, N.Y., 28 Nov. '76; son of Harmon D. and Lucretia 
(Whitman); prep., Geneseo state norm sch. * At Williams, '96-8; asst. mgr., glee club; 
class choragus. * Law stu., and asst. supt., Mt. Hope cemetery, Rochester, N.Y., '98-. * 
m. Grace F. Atwood, Rochester, 20 Sep. '97. 

Russell Brewster Southwick. Northampton, Mass. 

Business. * b. Northampton, Mass., 24 0ct.'75: son of Elbridge and Mary L. (Brew- 
ster); prep., Williston sem. * At Williams, '96-7. * Bus., Kansas City, Mo., '97-9; 
293 Main St., Springfield, Mass., 'oo~. 

Henry Spangler Thompson. Saginaw, Mich. 

* At Williams, '96-7. 

Wilbur Ward. 41 Park PI., Bloomfield, N. J. 

Medical student. * Rec.sec, cor. sec , treas., V.pres., pres.; del. to 'pS and 'pp convs. * 
b. Bloomfield, N.J.. 4 Jan. '79; son of Theo. H. and Eliz. (Potter); prep, Bloomfield h.s. * 
B.A. * Stu., Colum. col. of phys. and surgs., '00-. 



igoi 
Sylvester Fay Carr. Pavilion, N. Y. 

Law Student. * Kec.sec. * b. 8 Jan. '78; son of Geo. I. and Blanche (Baker); prep., 
Wesleyan sem. 

Guy Russell Dennett. North Adams, Mass. 

Business. * b. Pueblo, Col., 22 Dec. '78; son of J. C. and Isabelle (Cate); prep., Worces- 
ter (Mass.) acad. * At Williams, '97. * Bus., N.Adams, Mass., '98-. * Bro., Win- 
Held H., Brozvn. '03. 

Giles Hotchkiss Dickinson. Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111. 

Business. * b. Bingbamton, N.Y., 17 Mar.'78; son of Chas. i\L and Bessie \\ (Hotch- 
kiss); prep., Cayuga Lake milit. acad. * At Williams, '96-8, '99-00; leader, mandolin and 
glee clubs; v.pres.. Repub. club; at Princeton, 'oo-i, A.B. * Asst. supt., Masonic Temple 
safety depos. cc, Chicago, '01-. 



WILLIAMS— 1901-02-03. 157 

George Earl Edmunds. HoUey, N. Y. 

ieacher. ' Cfiap. Quar. ed.; del. to '97 conv. * b. Clarkson, N.Y., 26 Jan. '76; son of 
Geo. \V. and Sara (Cook); prep., Brockport norm. sell. * Glee and mandolin clubs; pres., 
W.N.Y. club. 

Bayard Bristol Holmes, Jr. 104 E. 40th St., Chicago, 111. 

Student. * b. Bristol, 111., 17 Oct.'79; son of Bayard and Agnes (George); prep., Chi- 
cago S.Side acad. ' Track team; B.A. * Stu., Rush med. sch., '01-. 

George L Horton. J. H. Starin Transportation Lines, New York City. 

Archibald Lawrence Hoyne. 3369 Calumet Av., Chicago, 111. 

Student. * Kcc.sec, treas., pres.; del. to '99 and '00 convs. * b. Chicago, 111., 4 Apr. 
78; son of Thos. and .Teanie (Maclay) ; prep.,^ Lake Forest acad. * Direct, and mem., 
football; track team: mgr., baseball; pres. N.E. intercol. baseball lea.; Gargoyle; B.A. * 
Stu., Rush med. sch., '01-. * Bri:., Maclay, '55. 

William George Kanter. 121 Windsor St., Detroit, Mich. 

Student. * V.pres. * b. Detroit, Mich., 4. Tan. '79; son of Clias. and Fanny E. ; prep., 
Detroit sch. for boys. * Football; baseball; Gargoyle. 

Paul Leggett. 56 S. Broadway, Nyack, N. Y. 

Student. * Cor. sec., v.pres., pres. * b. Schodack Landing, N.Y., 2 May '80; son of 
Wm. 1. and Mary (Parsell); prep., Hudson River milit. sch., Nyack. * Cap., hockey team; 
football; baseball; mandolin club; Gargoyle; artist, Gulielmensian. * Father, \Vm. J., 
Rutgers, '7?. 

Robert Jacob Mischler. Ravenna, 0. 

Business. * Son of Milton B. and Mary E. ; prep., West. Res. acad. * At Williams, 
'97-8. * Bus., Ravenna, O. — . * m. Mabelle E. Bond, Ravenna, O., 25 Apr.'oo. 

Stephen Noyes Wager. 8 W. io2d St., New York City. 

Student. * b. Lansingburg, N.Y., 8 Jul. '77; son of Thos. B, and Harriet (Noyes); prep., 
Troy milit. acad. 

1902 

Winfield Haynes Dennett. North Adams, Mass. 

Business. * At Williams, '98-9; at Brown, '99-02, B.A. * See Broivn. 

Tristam Burges Johnson. 105 E. i8th St., New York City. 

Law student. * Rec.sec. * At Williams, '08-00; rec. for putting shot; director of 
track and baseball assns. ; at Columbia, '00-. * See Columbia. 

Roy Hunter Palmer. 595 Fourth Av., Lansingburg, N. Y. 

Business. ' b. Albany, N.Y., 31 Dec. '79; son of Stephen and Marg. (Hunter); prep., 
Lansingburg acad. * Glee club; B.A. * Treas., Troy brick co., '02-. 

Donald Pritchard Smith. 5432 Howe St. E., E. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Student. * Rec.sec; chap. Quar ed.; del. to 'on conv. * b. Helena, Mon., 22 Dec. '79; 
son of Geo. G. and Harriet (Pritchard); prep., Culver (Ind.) milit. acad. * Father, Geo. 
G., '6t. 

Stanley Herbert Wheelock. Uxbridge, Mass. 

Student. * Rec.sec, cor. sec. * b. Uxbridge, Mass., 15 Jul. '79; son of Arthur and 
Imogcne (Atchison); prep., Exeter (N.H.) acad. * Pres., Philologian; debating club; 
ed., V/eekty. 

1903 
Laurence Cutler Bangs. Little Falls, N. Y. 

student. * Del. to '02 conv. * b. Montague, Mass., 22 Aug.'So; son of D wight C. 
and Julia B. (Cutler); prep, Williston sem. * Track team; <l> B K. 

Leland Edwards Burrell. Canisteo, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Canisteo, N.Y., i Mar.'Si; son of Fred, and Mary M. ; prep., St. John's 
milit sch. * Baseball. 



158 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Theodore Williams Dike. 113 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Student. * b. Royalton, Yt., 25 May '81; son of Satnl. W. and Augusta (Smith); prep., 
Newton (Mass.) h.s. * Father, Satnl. IV., '63; bro., Geo P., '97. 

Morton Hoit Eddy. 3836 Ellis Av., Chicago, 111. 

Student. * Rec.sec; asso. chap, ed., '01 Decennial. * b. Chicago, 111., 26 Apr. '81; 

son of Alf. and Caroline (Silvey); prep., Armour inst. of tech. * Mgr., football; Gar- 
goyle. 

Percy Hazen Houston. 44 Lake View Av., Jamestown, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Chicago, 111., 3 Feb. '82; son of Auzella and Preston (Crittenden); prep., 
Jamestown (N.Y.) h.s. and Exeter acad. * Bro., Lloyd H., '04. 

Roy Meriwether Shayne. 3856 Lake Av., Chicago, 111. 

Business. * Kec.sec. * b. Phila., Pa., 21 Feb. '82; son of John T. and Edith (Meri- 
wether; prep., Princ.-Yale sch., Chicago and Cascadilla sch., Ithaca. * At Williams, 
'99-01 ; track team. 

Harlan Lewis Walrath. 77 N. Arm St., Little Falls, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Little Falls, N.Y., 10 Dec. '80; son of Eugene and Ida E. (Lewis); prep., 
Exeter and Williston acads. 

1904 

Frederick James Beiermeister. , Tibbits Av., Troy, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Troy, N.Y., 3 May '82; son of Fred, and Charlotte (McPherson); prep., 
Troy acad. 

Morris DeCamp Crawford, Nyack, N. Y. 

Student. * b. N.Y. city, 23Sep.'82; son of Gilbert and Sarah (Merritt) ; prep., Cam- 
bridge Lat. sch. * Class v.pres. 

Walter Rice Hard. Manchester, Vt. 

Student. * b. Manchester, Vt., 3 May '82; son of Jesse N. and Eliza J. (Pennock); 
prep.. Burr and Burton sem., Manchester. 

Judson Arthur Harrington. St. Charles Hotel, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Student. * b. Titusville, Pa., 12 July '82; son of Orin D. and Mary A. (Clements); 
prep., E. Liberty acad., Pittsburg. 

Lloyd Hazen Houston. 44 Lake View Av., Jamestown, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Chicago, 111., 3 I'eb.'Ss; son of Auzella and Preston (Crittendon) ; prep., 
Jamestown (N.Y.) h. s. and Exeter acad. * Bro., Percy H., '03. 

William Henry Peabody. 3931 Ellis Av., Chicago, 111. 

Student. * b. Cincinnati, O., 25 Feb. '81; son of Prentiss and Hallie (Munn); prep., 
Princ.-Yale sch., Chicago, 111. * Football; class pres. 

Harold Percy Peckhara. Waterford, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Waterford, N.Y., 27 Dec. '82; son of Allen G. and Mary (Eddy); prep., 
Troy acad. * Track team. 

George Mather Richards. 1301 Corcoran St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Student. * b. Darien, Ct., 3 Sep.'8o; son of Zalmon and Mary M. (Maher); prep.. 
Wash. (D.C.) cent. h. s. * Ed., Lit.; Gulielmensian. * Father, Zalmon, '36. 

Dudley Ward. " 86 Beach St., Bloomfield, N. J. 

Student. * b. Blomfield, N.J., 30 Aug. '80; son of Edw. and Sarah E. (Saxton); prep., 
Bloomfield h.s. * Track team. 

1905 
Bernard Copping, Jr. Acton, Mass. 

Student. * b. Dunstable, Mass., 22 Aug.'82; son of Bernard and Cora E. (Lyons). 

Willis Percival Goldin. Catskill, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Catskill, N.Y., irJun.'82; son of Percival and Mary W. (Ferrier). 



WILLIAMS— 1905-06 159 

Robert Gray Goodman. 156 Walnut St., Montclair, N. J. 

Student. * b. Toledo, O., i Jan. '83; son of Fred S. and Jeanette (Anderson). 

Herbert Russell Helbig. 144 Alexandrine St. W., Detroit, Mich. 

Student. * b. Detroit, Mich., 6 Aug.'Sa; son of August and Margaret (Matzen). 

Herman Livingston. Catskill Station, N. Y. 

Student. ' b. N.Y. city, i8 Aug.'83; son of Herman and Emmeline C. (Hopkins); 
prep., St. Paul's sch. 

Charles Arthur Marvin. 174 McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Brooklyn, N.Y., 12 Aug. '83; son of Geo. S. and Augusta C. (Pratt); 
prep., Boys' h. s. * Mandolin club. 

Joseph Edwin Shoudy. 200 McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Brooklyn, N.Y., 21 Nov. '83; son of Jos. A. and Carrie (Travis). 

James William Wadsworth. Hammondsport, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Avon, X.V., 4 Jan. '84; son of \Vm. M. and Lillian H. (Dennison); 
prep., Avon h. s. * Baseball. 

igo6 
James Watson Williams Dimon. 367 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Utica, X.V., i Mar.'84; son of Geo. D and Hariette C. (Camp); prep., 
Utica acad. 

Harold Adin Nomer. 433 La Grande Av., Plainfield, N. J. 

student. ' b. New Brunswick, N.J., 2oMar.'83; son of Henry C. and Lillie E. 
(Bedford); prep., Plainfield h. s. 

Joseph Warren Stone. Oneida, N.Y. 

Student. * b. Waverly, N.Y., 4 May '84: son of Edw. J. and Mary E. (White); 
prep., Cornwall Heights sch. * Father, Edzv. J., Hamilton '7S. 



UNION CHAPTER 



UNION UNIVERSITY, SCHENECTADY. N. Y. 



Established. '38 : Inactive. '65-8 : Re-establislied, '69 : 65 
Glasses: 642 Members 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 

1839 
=!=James M Austin. New York City. 

Physician. * Entered from Salem, N.V. * 4" B K. : A.B. ; A.M. * Med. stu., M.D.; 
phys., N.Y. city. * Grand sec, grand lodge of masons of state of X.V., '53-81 ; past grand 
high priest of gen. grand chap, of R.A.M. of U.S.; insp. gen., 33d degree, Scottish rite. * 
d. 2 Dec. '81. 

■'Z Lawrence Beebee. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * -{> B K. ; .\.B.; .A.M. * Law stu.; law., Syracuse. N.V. * d. '68. 

*Hiram Bennett. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * A.B.; .\.M. * Law stu., Hornellsville, X.V.; law., Brooklyn. * d. 

-Austin Blair. Jackson, Mich. 

Lawyer. * Pres.; hon.prcs., '82 conv. * h. Caroline, X.Y., 8 Feb. '18. * <J>BK.; 

,\.B. * Law. stu., Oswego, N.Y., '39-41; adm. to bar. '41; law., Jackson, Mich., '41-94. 

Clerk, Eaton co., Mich., '43-4; mem.. Mich. h. of reps., '46; pros, atty., Jackson co., 

'52-4; state sen.. '54-6; gov., '61-5; mem., of cong.. '67-73; declined office of U.S. assay 

comr. * LL.l)., Hillsdale '64; Michigan '90. '' d. 6 Aug.'g4. 

•••George Bugbee. Crete, Neb. 

Farmer. * b. Woodstock, Ct., 19 Feb. '13. * A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '39-41; 
farmer, Crete, Xeb. * m. Almira A. Child, Greenfield, O., 21 Sep. '41; (2) Mrs. Emily 
Davis. Woodstock, Ct., 21 Oct.'e,-. * d. '88. 

*James Fenner Chamberlain. Sabbath Day Point, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Johnson, R.L, 3oXov.'i3. * * B K. ; A.B. * Tea.. Tenner's clas. sch. 
and law stu., N.Y. city, '39-41: tea., N.Y. inst. for the blind, '41-3, '44-5, and supt., '45-52; 
tea. and law. stu., Bath, '44-5; adm. to bar, '52; law., N.Y. city, '52-84. * Founder of 
Franklin sav. bank, X.Y. city, '60: sec. and pres. * m. Mary Ostrander. N.Y. city, 21 
Jul.'46. * d. '94. 

-Walter Chipman. Cedar Springs, Mich. 

Farmer. * A.B.: A.M. * Tea.; law stu.; law.; farmer, Cedar Springs, Mich. * d. 
'90. 

-William H Cole. Lansingbure, N. Y. 

. • A.B. • d. 



162 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



Ramsey's, N. J. 

son of Jacob and Hannah. * A.B. * 
pas. (Evan. Luth.)_ vVoodstock, N.Y., '42-3; Ghent, 

w.c, '79-99. * 



=*Ephraim De Yoe. 

Clergyman. * b. .\usterlitz, N.Y., iS Dec. '14; 
Stu., Gettysburg theol. sem., '39-42; pas. (Evan. i^«...../ ,, ^^^^^^j^r., .-..^ 
'43-6; German Valley, N..1., '46-58; Saddle River, '58-63: Ramsey's, "63-79;; 
m. Anna B. Crounse, Guilderland, N.Y., 9 Sep.'4S. * d. 22 Feb. '99. 

*John Dubois. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * Stu., N.B. theol. 
Gansevoort, '45-50; Cicero, '50-4; Boght, '54-9 
74; Cuddebackville, '74-81. * d. 7 .■\pr.'84. 



Wurtsboro, N. Y. 

sem., '39-42; pas., Manheim, N.Y., '43-5; 
Wurtsboro, '59-65, "81-4; Middleport, '66- 



*James Dubuar. 

Clergyman. * <!> B K. ; A.B.; A.:M. * 
Ind., '4^-4; agt.. Am. tract soc, '44-7; pas. 
* d. 6 Dec. '86. 



Northville, Mich. 

Tea., Liberty co., Ga., '39-4.3; pas., Corydon, 
Aurora, N.Y., '47-51; Northville, Mich., '51-86. 



-''Thomas L Farrington. Newburg, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Newburjj, N.\\ * A.B. * Stu., Newburg theol. sem.; pas., Gen- 
eva, N.Y. ; Newburg. * ni. Mary Wilkins, Hamptonburg, N.Y. * d. '75. 

*George Crosby Finch. Croton Falls, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Somers, N.Y'., 6Apr.'T7. * A.B.; A.i\]. * Stu., Jeff. med. col., 
M.D.; phys., Croton Falls, N.Y. * Supervisor, Croton i^'alls: mem., N.Y'. assem. * d. 
28 Mar.'56. 



Westfield, N. Y. 

A.M. * Stu., Un. 



*James Pinkerton Fisher. 

Clergyman. * b. Londonberry, N.H., 1 Jan.' 13. * '!> B K. ; A.B. 
theol. sem., '39-41; tea., Phila., Pa., and agt.. Am. tract soc, '41-5; ord. (Presb.) '45; pas. 
Glen, N.Y., '45-6; \V. GaUvay, '46-7; agt. for A.B.C.F.M., Sclienectady, '47-51; pas., John 
Eton, '51-60; Buffalo, "61-2; on Chris, com., Washington, D.C., '63-5. * m. Anne" \'an 
Santvoord, Schenectady, N.Y'. * d. Little Britain, N.Y., 30 .Aug. '65. 

Anthony C Fonda. Memphis, Tenn. 

Civil engineer and teacher. * Lat. saint.; -l' B K. ; A.B.: A.INL * Law stu.; law., 
Waterford, N.'^'.; civ. eng. and tea., Charleston, Miss.; Memphis, Tenn. 

*David Brainard Hall. Duanesburg, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * h. Granville, N.Y'., 16 Mar. 'i.?; son of Nath. and Hannah (Emerson). * 
Pres., Philomathean soc; A.B.; A.^1. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '39-41; ord. (Cong.) 
Manchester, N.Y., 29Apr.'46; pas., Pawlet, Vt., '42; Columbia, N.Y"., '44-8; Harpersfield, 
Del., '49; Cleveland, '51-3; Lawyersville, '53-4; Princetown, '54-69; res. and occ. supply, 
Duanesburg, '69-89. ' Comp., "Hall family recs.,' '83. * m. Tane E. Dayton, Gran- 
ville, N.Y., 14 Apr.'56. ■* d. i May '89. 

*Horace Henry Hopkins. Auburn, N. Y. 

Theological student. * b. Sennett, N.Y'., 2 May '19. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '39-42. * d. 23 Jul.'43. 



^George W Huston. 

Farmer. * <i> B K. ; A.B.; .\.M. 



LL.B. 



May villa, N. Y. 

I'armer. ]NTayville, N.Y. * d. '42. 



*George Washington Kretsinger. Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * 'I'BK.; A.B. * Law stu.; law., Chicago, Jll. * d. 

Henry Martin Lane. 62 Van Reipen Av., Jersey City, N. J. 

Printer. * b. .Aurelius, N.Y'., 29 Dec. '19; son of Joshua L. and Charity (Dickinson). 
* A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '40-3; prev. from entering ministry by loss of hearing; 
tea., '43-8; printer, Buffalo, N.Y'., '49-56; farmer, Minnesota, '56-9; printer, N.Y". city, '59- 
96. * Contrib., N.Y. Tribune; Churcii jour.; Christian union; N.Y. Witness; Gospel 
messenger. * m. Grace .\. Sackett, Buffalo, N.Y., 9 Sep. '64; (2) Eliz. D. Maltby, New 
Haven, Ct., 30 Oct. '91. 

-■••William Morris Legate. Mayfield, Ky. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Charlemont, Mass. * A.B.; A.iL * Stu.. .\ub. theol. 
sem., '39-42: pas. (Presb.) and tea. in Ky. _ * d. before the war. 



-^William Fairfield Lock'w'ood. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * Rector, 
Apr.'83. 



St. 



©•wings Mills, Md. 

Thomas parish, Baltimore, Md., 30 yrs. * d. i 



UNION — 1839. 163. 

-■•William R McChesney. Lexington, Ky. 

Clergyman. * "t B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Theol. stu.; miss, in Ky. * d. "47. 

Hugh Wilson McClellan. Chatham, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Schodack, X.V., 2 Dec. '20. * .\.B. * Law stu., '39-42; adm. to bar, 
'42; law., Ontario co., N.Y., '42-3; Maiden Bridge, '43-5; Old Chatham, '46-50; Chatham, 
"50-6; Nassau, '56; Albany, '57-66; Chatham, '66-. ' Supervisor, Chatham, '52-4; siirro- 
gate, "68-72; CO. judge, '78-89. * m. Emma F. Marvin, Nassau, X.Y., Jan. '46. 

*Peter Arthur McMartin. W. Sebewa, Mich. 

Clergyman. " b. Amsterdam, N.Y., 15 Tun. '12. * <!■ B K. ; AB. ; A.^L * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '39-41; ord. (Presb.) 3 Dec.'56; tea. in X.l., Md. and V'a. ; pas.. Cape Island, N.J., 
'56-7; Hillsboro, X.C., '58-61; Schenectady, N.Y.; Alamo and Lawton, Mich.; Winneconne, 
Wis.; Tekonsha, Mich.; Plainwell, '77-9; W. Sebewa. * d. Plainwell, 13 Mar.'96. 

^Lawrence Mersereau. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Union, X.Y., 6 Jul. '11; son of Lawrence. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. 
theol. scm., '39-41; ord. (Presb.) Candor, X.Y., Mar. '43; pas.. Deposit, '41-2; Middleburg, 
'42-5; VV. Troy, '45-6; Groton, '46-7; Milford, ',17-9; Xewfield, '49-50; tea., Ames, '53-5; 
Little Falls, '56-8; founder and prin., Lafayette inst., Brooklyn, \.Y., '60-72. * m. Ade- 
laide Stone, Ren&selaerville, N.Y., 30 Sep. '46. * d. 28 Mar. '86. 

*Thomas C Miller. Detroit, Mich. 

Mcrcliant. * b. Auburn, N.Y. * A.B. ; .-\.M. * Mercliant, Detroit, Mich. * d. 

"Charles Merritt Morehouse. Evansville, Wis. 

Clergyman. ' b. Charlton, N.Y. , 28 Oct. '14; son of Abillia and Ruth (Northrup) ; prep., 
Fairfield acad. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '39-41: ord. (Presb.) Ontario, Ind., 27 
Sep. "48; pas.. Homer, Mich., '44-5; Maumee, O., '45-6; Logansport, Ind., '46-7; Ontario 
and Greensfield. '48-51; .Allegan, Mich., '51-4; Baraboo, Wis., '54-5; Evansville, '55-62; 
Sun Prairie, '63-6; I'nion Grove, '67-9; res. and occ. sup., Evansville, '69-96. * m. Ade- 
lina A. Averill, Ontario, Ind., 25 Sep '49. * d. 20 Jan. '96. 

^-^John W Nelson. New York City. 

Lawyer. * 'I'BK.; .A.B. * Law stu.; law., N.Y. city. * d. "57. 

William Patton. 

• * Entered from Lyons, .\.Y. * .A.B. * Sandwich, 111. (last known ad- 
dress.) 

*David Jefferson Pratt. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Adm. hy IVillianis. * b. Belchertown, Mass. * At Williams, '35-7; at 
Union, '37-9. A.B. * Tea., Princeton, N.J. ; Brooklyn, N.Y. * d. '90. 

Henry K Raymond. 

Teacher. * '^BK. ; A.B. * Tea., Oshkosh, Wis. (last known address.) 

^Joseph Rosekrans. Onondaga Valley, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Wallpack, N.J., 13 Nov. '12. * * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu.. Un. 
theol. sem., '39-42; ord. (Presb.) 15 Feb. '43; pas., Bethlehem, N.Y., '43-5; Newport, '45-8; 
Dunnsville, '49-51; Martinsburg, '51-3; Onondaga V'alley, '52-6; Romulus, '56-61; Onon- 
daga Valley, '61-3. * m. Eliza Thomson, .V.Y. city, i Dec. '42. * d. i9jun.'63. 

=!=Andrew Ross. Greensburg, Pa. 

Lawyer. * <i> B K. ; A.B. * Law stu.; law., Greensburg, Pa.; lieut., 2d Pa. regt., 
Mexican w-ar. * d. at sea, i May '47. 

*Jacob Sand. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher. * A.B. * Tea., Brooklyn (N.Y.) sch., no. 2. * d. 8 Mar.'88. 

=*Isaac Ackley Saxton. Fredonia, N. Y. 

Real estate. * b. Paris, N.Y., 24jun.'i7. * A.B. * Tea. in South; merchant. New 
Orleans, La.; in Nev. ; miner in Cal. ; real est. agt. * m. Louisa W. Pier, N.Y. city, 2 
Jan. '55. * d. 4 Mar.'84. 

Henry M Selmser. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * Pas., Louisville, Ky. (last known address.) 



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Mt. Hope, N.Y. (last 



*John McAllister Stevenson. Cambridge, N. Y. 

Insurance. * b. aaOct.'iS; son of V\m. S. and Frances W. (McAllister;; prep., Cam- 
bridge Wash. acad. * A.B. * law stu., Greenwich, .\.Y.; adm. to bar, Wash. co. ; law.; 
ins. agt., Pittsfield, Mass.; Cambridge, N.Y. * Treas., Troy & Rutland ry. ; pres., trus- 
tees of Cambridge Wash, acad.; Woodlands cemetery, Cambridge. " m. Seraph H. New- 
ton, Cambridge, N.Y., 20 Sep.'43. * d. 8 Sep.'72. 

Robert Stickney. 

. * Entered from Montgomery, N.Y. * A B. 

known address.) 

*George Thompson. 

Lawyer. * b. .Stamford, N.Y., '18. * A.B.; A.M. 
N.Y. * Corp. counsel; sch. supt.; city judge, '66-72. ' 

Eldert T Van Alstyne. 

Farmer * At Union, - 

''John Van Santvoord. 

Lawyer. * b. '18. 
d. 13 Jan. '93. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

* Law. stu.; law., Brooklyn, 
d. '86. 



Farmer, Belvidere, 111. (last known address.) 



'I'BK.; A.B.; A.M. 



Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Law stu.; law., Mt. \'ernon, N.Y. * 



*Ambrose Wager. 

Lawyer. * b. Hillsdale, N.Y., 15 Nov.'is. 
N.Y., '39-42; adm. to bar, '42; law., '42-83. ' 

*Francis J. Warner. 

Clergyman. * *BK.; A.B.; A.M. 
ville. * d. '63. 

*HenTy Welles. 

Lawyer. * A.B. 



* A.B.; A.M. 
d. E6 Tun.'Sa. 



Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Law stu., Schenectady, 



Tea. in Del. 



Law stu.; law., Syracuse. N.Y. 



Olneyville, R. I. 

rector, Wakefield, R.I. ; Olney- 

Syracuse, N. Y, 



*Samuel Taggart Wells. San Buenaventura, Cal 

Clergyman. * b. Greenfield, Mass., 6 Aug.'og. * A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem. 
'39-42; agt., Am. tract soc, St. Louis, Mo., '42-3; Pittsburg, Pa. ,\ '43-55; miss., Synod o. 
ta., Dubuque, '55-60; agt. Presb. bd. of pub.. San Francisco, Cal., '61-72; sup., '76-7; Sar 
Buenaventura, '78-81; w.c, '81-96. * d. 29 May '96. 

*Abraham Teator Young. Cleveland, 

Clergyman. * b. Carlisle, N.Y., lo May '06. * * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. 
theol. sem., '39-42; ord. (Presb.) E.Aurora, N.Y., 20 Sep. '43: pas. there, '42-7; Warsaw, 
'47-50; Caledonia, '50-1: Pavilion and E.Bethany, '51-7; Charlotte, '57-9; Sacketts 
Harbor, '59-64; (3aks Corners, '64-76; city miss., Willianisport, Pa., '76-84; res. and 
occ. supply, '84-8; w.c, Cleveland, O., '88-93. * rn. Ann Hogarth, Geneva, N.Y., 17 Jul. 
'44. * d. '93. 



1840 



William Alexander. 

Lawyer. * At Union, — . 



Law stu.; law. in Tex.; Mobile, Ala., 



(?) Mobile, Ala. 



*John Boyd Allen. Brooklyn Village, 0. 

Clergyman. * b. Sturbridge, Mass., 12 Oct. '12. * Commenc. appt. ; A.B. * Stu., 
Un. theol. sem., '40; Hart, theol. sem., '41-3; ord. (Presb.) 9 Apr. '45; pas., Covington. Pa., 
'44-9; Austinburg. O., '49-50; Gustavus, '50-6; Brooklyn \''illage, '56-67; w.c, Cleveland, 
'67-70; Clinton, Mo., '70-4; w.c, Brooklyn Village, O., '74-93. * Exam, of teachers, 
Cuyahoga co., O. * m. Mrs. Catherine S. (Cleaves) Boyce, Covington, Pa., 28 Dec. '46-. 
(2) Sarah Barnum, Rockport, O., 31 Oct. '67. * d. i Dec.'93. 

William Allen. 

Merchant. * At Union, — . * Merchant, Milwaukee, Wis. (last known address.) 

'■'Charles Anderson. Auburn, N. Y 

Clergyman. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., 8Aug.'i2. * A.B.; .^.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '39-42; ord. (Presb.) Sennett, N.Y., 14 Nov. '43; pas. there, '42-64; Union Spa, '64-8; 
Savannah, '68-70; Sennett, '70-7; Castile. '77-8; Owasco Outlet; Auburn. * m. Charlotte 
L. Clare, Throopsville, N.Y., 9 Sep. '44; (2) Jerusha R. Bush, Spencer, N.Y., 27 May '74. 
* d. 4 Jan. '00. 



UNION — 1840. 1Q^ 

*George Bartlett. Binghamton, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * A.B.; A.M. * Law stu.; law., Binghamton, N.Y. * d. '70. 

William C Benedict. 172 St. John's Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Physician (retired). * b. Schenectady, N.Y., igApr.'so; son of Levi B. and Melissa 
(Blackman). * A.B.; A.M. * Med. stu., univ. of Pa., '40-2, M.D. ; Bleckley hosp. for 
insane: supt., Bleckley hosp.; phys., Brooklyn, N.Y., '45-80; res., Brooklyn, '80- * Trus- 
tee, Poughkeepsie insane asylum. 

^John Herman Bird. Sioux City, la. 

Physician. * b. Troy, X.Y., 3 Sep.'^i. * A.B. * Stu. of eng. ; med. stu., Chicago, 
111., M.D.; phys., Chicago; Oswego; Sioux city, la., '68-71. * m. Fanny E. Blaney, Chi- 
cago, 111., 2 Sep.'si. * Son, Wm. N. D., Cornell 80. * d. 3 Mar.'7i. 

*Peter Hewins Burghardt. Washington, D. C. 

Government clerk. * b. W. Stockbridge, Mass., 8 Sep. '09. * <t>BK. ; AB. ; A.M. * 
Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '40-3; ord. (Presb.) Fentonville, Mich., Jan. '44; pas. there, '43-4; 
Northville, '44-7; Metuchen. N.J., "47-50; Greenport, N.Y., '50-1; West Farms, '51-5; 
Glenville, '55-6; chap., ist U.S. Chasseurs, '61-5; pas., Sauers, N.Y., '65-8; Painted Poet, 
'68-72; Silver Creek, '72-6; clerk, U.S. treas. dept., Washington, D.C., '76-89. " m. Eliza 
J. Becker, Middlebury, N.Y., 27 Apr.'44. * d. '89. 

Michael Prine Cavert. Galway, N. Y. 

Teacher (retired). ' b. Charlton, N.Y., 12 May '14. * *BK.: A.B.; A.M. * Tea., 
Knox (N.Y.) acad., '40-3; Rhinebeck acad., '43-8; Amsterdam fem. sem., '48-53, '55-8; 
Stamford acad., '54; Sand Lake col. inst., '58; Jeff. co. inst., '59-62; clerk, N.Y. state dept. 
of pub. instr., '62-8; ins. dept., '68-70; prin., h.s. and sch. supt., '70-1; clerk of ry. com., 
N.Y. assem., '72; com. on cities, '73; prin., Rhinebeck free sch., '74-6; Rhinecliff, '79-83; 
retired, Galway, '83-. * Treas., N.Y. state teachers' assn., '66-8; ed., N.Y. Teacher, '58- 
61; auth., N.Y. Statute of '84, for the impr. of pub. highways. * Auth., "Compulsory 
educ," '74. * Contrib., many papers to educ. jours.; art. on N.Y. state schs. in Cyclo. 
of educ. '77 i Year book of educ., '78. * Mem., Alb. inst. * m. Susan B. Teller, Sche- 
nectady, N.Y., 2 Feb. '42. 

*Demetrius Montcalm Chadsey. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Stephentown, N.Y., 25 Sep.'i6; son of John and Tacey (Crumb). * 
A.B. ; A.M. * Law stu., '40-2; adm. to bar, '43; la a-., Schenectady, N.Y. , '43-97. * Sch. 
inspect., '39-42; sch. supt., '42-7; trustee, Lancaster sch. of Schenectady, '46-53; mem., 
.Schenectady bd. of educ, '53-5, '75-81; alderman, '51-5, '75-8; exam, in chancery, '42-7; 
U.S. loan comr. ; comr. of deeds, '42-97. * m. Eliz. R. Sedgwick. Schenectady, i Mar. '43; 
(2) Harriet A. Wemple, Schenectady, 23 Dec. '55. * d. 7 Jan. '97. 

^Edward W. Champlin. Joliet, 111. 

Clergyman. * b. Saybrook, Ct. * Miss., Napierville, Ind. ; Joliet, III. * d. '45. 

*Darwin Chichester. Hammondsport, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Fishkill, N.Y., 2 Apr.'i;. * *BK.;.\.P.. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'40-3; ord. (Cong.) 22 Aug.'43; pas. there, '43-4; Attica and Pembroke, N.Y., '44-9; North 
East, Pa., '50; Mt. Morris, N.Y., '51-5; Corning, '56-9; Wolcott, '59-63; Burdett, '63-9; 
Hammondsport, '69-76. * Auth., "Hannah's vow; or hallowed motherhood," '73. * m. 
Amanda Barris, Chagrin Falls, O., '43; (2) Caroline E. Chapin, Rochester, N.Y., Feb.'so. 
* d. II Jan. '76. 

*William C Child. Boston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * <i>BK.; A.B. * Theol. stu.; pas., Boston, Mass. * D.D., '64. * d. 
'76. 

George Washington Clarke. 10 East 130th St., New York City. 

Teacher (retired). * <t> & K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Founder, Mt. \Vashington col. inst., aod 
prin., '43-79. * Mem., N.Y. assem. * Contrib., N.Y. Tribune: N.Y. Sun. * Ph.D., 
N.Y. univ. 

*Adam Craig. Hopkinton, la. 

Clergyman. * b. N.Y. city, 26 Jun.'oS. * A.B. * Stu., Newburg theol. sem., '40; 
Princ. theol. sem., '40-3; ord. (Presb.) 3 0ct.'43; pas., Windsor. N.Y., '43-54; prin., Wind- 
sor acad., '54-5; Esperencc, '54-7; prin., Milford fem. sem., Delaware, '57-9; pas., Hanover, 
111., "59-61; Lime Spa, la., '61-70; stated clerk, Presby. of Dubuque, '69-77; retired, '77- 
95 ; Hopkinton, '95-00. * d. '00. 



166 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Uberto CrandalL Warrensburg, N. Y. 

. * A.B. * d. '44. 

■•^Caleb Brown Crumb. Bloomfield, Mo. 

Lawyer. * b. Otsego co., N.Y., 20 Sep. '14. * Law stu., '40-3; adm. to bar. '43; law., 
Syracuse, N.Y., '43-6; prin., Mayville acad., '46-52; law., Rochester, '52-7; I\iorris, 111., 
'57-9; Bloomfield, Mo., '59-86. * Probate and co. judge. '69-72. * m. Sarah J. Peck, 
Brunswick, N.Y., 20 Sep. '40. * d. 31 Mar.'86. 

*Sherman Eddy. Lexington, Mo. 

Physician. * <l> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Med. stn., M.D.; pliys., Lexington, Mo. * d. 
in Cal. 

*James Fanning. New York City. 

Teacher. * b. Franklinville, N.Y., '17. * * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. 
sem., '41-2; partner in Mt. Washington col. inst., N.Y. city, '43-63. * d. 9 Mar. '63. 

*Robert Fuller. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., 22 Feb. '22. * At Union, — . * Med. stu., N.Y. 
univ.; col. of phys. and surgs., M.D.: phys., Schenectady, N.Y. * d. 9 May '94. 

*George A Gates. Rodman, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Rodman, N.Y., igJun.'iS; son of Geo. and Pamelia (Hunt). * A.B.; 
A.M. * Law. stu., '40-3; adm. to bar, '43; law., Rodman, N.Y., '43-86. * Jus. of p.; 
supervisor, '75-8; jus. of sessions, '53-6. * m. Martha Green, Rodman, 27 Tan. '64. * d. 
20 Jan. '86. 

*Emory Greene. Kirtland, 0. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Jeff, co., N.Y., '17. * '^BK.; A.B. * Tea., Ashtabula 
(O.) acad., '40-3; pas., Kirtland, O., '43. * d. May '43. 

*Solomon P Heath. Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Amsterdam, N.Y. * A.B.; A.M. * Law stu.; law., Amsterdam, N.Y. 
* Co. ct. judge. * d. 10 Aug.'83. 

Benjamin Myer Heermans. 

Court official. * b. Saugerties, N.Y., 31 May '22. * A.B. * Tea., '40-6; adm. to 
bar, '46; law., '46-9; com. merchant, San Francisco, Cal., '50-2; ed., Saugerties (N.Y.) 
Telegraph; frxiit grower, Fla. ; bookkeeper, Glenerie, N.Y. ; bus., Kan. City, Mo., '58-60; 
miner, Denver^ Col., '60-7; forwarder, Cheyenne, Wy., '67-9: Corinne, Ut., '71-4; post- 
trader. Ft. Laramie, '75-80; bailiff, asst. clerk and lib., sup. ct., Denver, Col., '80- (last 
known address). * m. Delia Wright, Denver, Col., 7 Dec. '72. 

Thomas Morey Hodgman. Rochester, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Stillwater, N.Y. * Pres., Adelphic soc. ; commenc.-day marshal; 
■tHK.; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '41-3; ord. (Presb.) Perry Center, N.Y., 
10 Jan. '49; pas., Hornellsville, '43-5; Port Byron, '45-8; Perry Center, '48-58; York, '58- 
66; Byron, '66-73; Corfu, '73-4; Knowlesville, '74-81; w.c, Rochester, '81-. * Supt., 
Chris, com.. City Point, Wash., '65. * m. Mary Hurlbut, Arkport, N.Y., 10 Sep. '44. 

*James E Houston. Savannah, Ga. 

Planter. * b. Savannah, Ga. * A.B. * Planter, Savannah. * d. '52. 

*James Hoyt. Orange, N. J. 

Clereyman. * b. Greenfield, N.Y., 7 Oct. '17; son of Jas. T. and Rachel; prep., Cazeno- 
via and Fairfield. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '41-4; ord. (Presb.) Tuske- 
gee, Ala., 12 Apr.'46; pas., Harlem, N.Y., '44; Stanwich, Ct., '45; Tuskegee, Ala., '46-9; 
pres., Talladega inst., '49-53: pas., Stamford, Ct., '53-5; New London, '55; Orange, N.J., 
'56-66. * Auth., "Hist, of Tst Presb. ch. of Orange," '60. * m. Frances L. Pratt, Tus- 
kegee, Ala., 7 .'\ug.'47. * Bro., Zerah T., '40. * d. 16 Dec. '66. 

Zerah Taylor Hoyt. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Greenfield, N.Y., 3 Dec. '12. * A.B.;A.M. * Tea., Greenville 
(N.Y.) acad., '40-1; stu., Un. theol. sem., '41-4; ord. (Presb.) 17 Feb. '46; miss., Hastings, 
Mich., '45-55; S. Greenfield. '55 — 93; retired, Saratoga Spa, '93-. * m. Sarah M. Foote, 
Johnstown, N.Y., 17 Sep. '46. * Bro.. Jas., './o: son Tas. T., '/./• 



UNION — 1840. 



167 



*Amos Girard Hull. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Paris, N.Y., 17 Mar.'is- * A.B. * Law stu., Oswego, N.Y., '40-1, 
'42-3; prin., Fulton acad., '41-2; adm. to bar, '43; law., Fulton, '43-64; N.Y. city, '64- * 
Supt. of pub. instr., Fulton; pres. and trustee of village; surrogate, Oneida co., '54-62; 
trustee, Falley sem.; v. pres., Soc. of med. jurisprudence of X.V. city, '87-8; pres., '88-; 
pres., bd. of trustees, Rutgers fern, col., '88. * Auth., "Treatise on the duties of town 
and CO. officers," '55; "Hist, of Fulton and Oswego Falls," '62. * m. Cor. E. Case, '43. 
* d. 7 May '98. 



*James H Jansen. 

Lawver. * A.B. 



Law stu.; law., Goshen. N.Y. 



Goshen, N. Y. 



Wynkoop Kiersted. Bethel, N. Y. 

Merchant and farmer. * b. Saugerties, N.Y., 18 May '18; son of John and Nellie (Wyn- 
koop). * At Union, — . * Merchant and sole-leather tanner, Polenville, N.Y., '41-8; 
Mongaup Valley, '48-. * ni. Jane A. Swan, Mongaup Valley, 21 Sep. '52. 

=''Thales Lindsley. Chicago, 111. 

Civil engineer. * b. Rushville. N.Y. * Peithonian soc; senate; <l> B K. ; .\.B. * 
Founder and prin., Medina (N.Y.) acad.; tea., Transylvania univ.; supt., Ky. milit. inst.; 
civ. and min. eng. * Cap., maj., col., and brig. gen. in civ. war. * d. N.Y. city, '24 
Feb. '85. 



Cyrus Lyon. 

Teacher. * b. Schenectady. N.Y. 



A.B. 



Tea.. la. 



'"Archibald McMartin. 

Lawyer. * * B K. ; .A.B. 



Law stu.; law.. Amsterdam, N.Y. 



Amsterdam, N. Y. 

* d. '48. 



••■James Hooker Magoffin. Cheboygan, Mich. 

Clergyman. * b. Schenectady. N.Y., 16 Jan. '21. * .\.B.; A.M. * Tea., N.Y.. Wis., 
and Tenn.; clergyman in Dak., la. and Midi. * m. Elira A. Foster, Rochester, Wis., \6 
Mar.'45. * d. 17 Nov.'Sa. 

*Giles Manwaring. Carmel, N. Y. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Lyme, Ct., 20 Jul. '14; son of Giles. * A.B.; A.M. * 
Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '41-3, ord. (Presb). 6.'\ug.'44; pas., 'lariffville. Ct., '45; Camden, 
N.J., '46-8; tea., Phila., Pa., '48-51; prin., Raymond inst., Carmel, N.Y., and pas.. Red 
Mills, '51-2. * d. 13 Mar.'52. 



*James Pierre Morange. 

Lawyer. * b. Montreal, Que., 'r8. * 
law stu.; law., N.Y. city. * d. 14 Jan. '4;. 



•I'BK.; A.B. 



New York City. 

Stu., L'n. theol. sem., '40-1; 



*Jarvis Rogers Mowbray. 

Phvsician. * b. Islip. N.Y., 9 0ct.'20. * 
'41-4! M.D.; phys., Bay Shore, N.Y.. '46-83. * 
of p., '54-61; supervisor, '62-4; co. treas., '64-7. 
9 Jan. '61. * d. '83. 



Bay Shore, N. Y. 

<l>nK.; A.B. * Med. stu., N.Y. univ.. 
Town clerk, '46-9; sch. supt., '50-3; jus. 
* m. Ellen ^L Smith, Smithtown, N.Y., 



*William King Piatt. Ludlowville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. N.Y. city, i7Aug.'i7. * 4' B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., 

'40-3; ord. (Presb.) 13 Jun.'44; pas., Milton, N.Y., '44-7; Orangeville, '47-9; Sweden, '49- 

55; Fairport, '5^-7; Somers, '57-64; Hector, '64-8; res. and occ. supply, '69-80. * d. 30 
Oct. '80. 

*Erastus Ripley. Somers, Ct. 

Teacher. * b. Coventry, Ct., 15 Mar.'i5. - <i>BK.; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., 
'40-3; ord. (Presb.) 3 Apr. '45; pas., Bentonshire, la.. '44-8; prof, of anc. langs.. Iowa col., 
'48-58; tea.. New Britain. Ct., '61-5; Somers, '65-70. * d. 21 Feb. '70. 



*Ambrose Spencer Rogers. 

Teacher. * b. Cornwall, Ct., 21 May '15. 
'40-1 ; tea., Cornwall and New Milford, Ct. ' 



New Milford, Ct. 

* A.B.: A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., 
d. Middletown. Ct., 20 Feb.'82. 



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*Lyman Sewall. 

Clergyman. * b. Bath, Me., 27- Aug.'o7. 
pas., Sumner, Me. * d. 28 Feb. '46. 



A.B. 



Sumner, Me. 

Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '40-2; 



*James E. Small. 

Farmer. * b. Cambridge, N.Y. 



A.B. 



Cambridge, N. Y. 

Farmer, Cambridge. * d. '81. 



*William Riley Smith. Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * b. Aurora, N.Y., 28 Dec.'iS. * A.B. * Law stu., Lexington, Ky., '41-3; 

adm. to bar, '43; law., Versailles, '43-56; Chicago, 111., '56-64. * m. Mary J. Yoqng, 
Versailles, Ky., 11 Oct. '42. * d. 17 Jul. '64. 

*Ansel E Stevens. Dayton, 0. 

Manufacturer. * b. Middleville, N.Y., 2 Oct' 12. * 'I'BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., 
Fairfield (N.Y.) acad., '40-2; Ashtabula (O.) acad.; Painesville; Cooper acad. for women, 
'49-56; farmer in la., '56-61; with Barney & Smith mfg. co., car builders. Dayton, O., '61- 
81; fruitgrower, Citra, Fla., '81-9. * m. Harriet N. Barney, Painesville. O., 25 Mar.'43. 
* d. '89. 

*Judson Burr Stoddard. Cheshire, Vt. 

Clergyman. * b. Pawlett, Vt., 9 May '13; son of Nathan and Ruth (Judson) ; prep., 
Burr & Burton sem. * Ital. orat. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '40-3; ord. 
(Cong.) 16 May '44; pas., Yorktown, N.Y., '43-4; Sherman, Ct., '4^1-54; S. Windsor, '55- 
63; Phila., Pa., '63; Crofon Falls, N.Y., '63-5; S.Meriden, Ct., '65-8; Essex. '69-75; w.c, 
there, '75-7; Cheshire, '77-95. * m. Sarah E. Northrop, 11 .Tun.'56. ' d. 7 Feb. '95. 

*David Thayer. Boston, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Braintree, Mass., 19 Jul.'i3. * "t B K. ; A.B * Tea. and med. stu., 
Ky. ; stu., Harv. and Berkshire med. schs., '42-3, M.D.; phys., Boston, '43-93. * Pres., 
Am. inst. of homeop., '70; asso. org., Bost. univ. med. sch., and orof. of practice and insti- 
tutes of med.; surg., Anc. and hon. artillery of Boston; coroner; ius. of p.; mem., Mass. h. 
of reps. * Auth., ''The coming doctor"; "Trial for practising homeop."; Brochure on 
"Aerostatics." * Mem., N.E. hist, and geneal. soc. * m. .Susan C. Bliss, Amesbury. 
Mass., May '60. * d. 15 Dec. '93. 



*John J Tyler. 

Lawyer. * <I> B K. 



A.B. 



Law stu.; law., N.Y. city. * d. 



New York City. 



Levi Fay Waldo. 621 River St., Canon City, Col. 

Clergyman. * b. Prattsburg, N.Y., 28. Tan. '17; prep., Franklin acad. * Adelphic soc; 
senate; <i> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Brunswick sem., Troy, N.Y., '40-1; stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'41-4; ord. (Cong.) Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 9 Jul. '44; pas. there, '44-54; N. Brookfield, Mass., 
'54-6; prin., Kewanee (111.) un. sem., '56-7; pas., Buda, '58-9; LaSalle, '59-61; Allegan, 
and prin., Pine (jrove sem., '61-5; Lowell, '65-6, '72-4; Quincy, 111., '66-8; Oneida, 
Beardstown, '70-2; Pentwater, Mich., '74-5, '85-8; Frankfort, '75-7; Shelby, '77-8, 
Cannon, Cannonsburg, and N. Ada, '78-81; Alpine, and Walker, '81-3; Hersey, 
'88-95; Canon city. Col., '96-. * Pub., sermons, "Benefits of Thanksgiving"; 
"Progress of reform"; "The half century"; article, "Responsibilities of the Christian citi- 
zen." * Mem., Am. assn. of pol. and soc. sci. * A.M., Hamilton '52. * m. Lucy E. 
Fay, Keene, N.H., 22Aug.'44; (2) Mrs. Silence P. Cady, Lament, Mich., 23 Jul. '78. 



Mich. 

"68-70; 

'83-5; 

Mich. 



*John P Wallace. 

Physician. * 'i'BK.; A.B.; A.M. 
'49. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Med. stu. M.D. ; phys., Brooklyn, N.Y. * d. 



*Rol)ert D Watson. New York City. 

Lawyer. * A.B. ; A.M. * Law stu.; law., TS'-Y. city. * Mem., N.Y. state assem. * 
Mysteriously disappeared; probably dead. 

*Hiram Wheeler. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Jefferson, N.Y., '98. * A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '39- 
40: pas. (Evang. Luth.) Churchtown, N.Y., '42-7; Woodstock. '48-50; Waterloo, '50; Liv- 
ingston Manor, '51-8; Sharon, '58-61; W. Amsterdam, '61-6; Woodstock, '68-70; agt., 
Orange co. (N.Y.) Bib. soc, '70-2; w.c, Poughkeepsie, '72-84. * d. 26 Jan. '84. 



*Madison Young. 

Lawyer. * b. .Stewartstow n, 
la. * d. '73. 



.\.H. 



A.B. ; A.M. 



Law stu. ; 



Des Moines, la. 

law., Des Moines, 



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I84I 

*James Frederick Calkins. Geneva, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Painted Post, N.Y., 27 Mar.' 1 6. ' <i>BK.; A.B. * Stu., Aub. 
theol. sem., '41-4; ord. (Presb.) Wellsboro, Pa., Sep.'44; pas. there, '44-80; E. Avon, N.Y., 
'80-8; w.c, '88-93. * Chap., U.S. army, '63-5; sch. supt., Tioga co.. Pa. * m. Maria L. 
Hanford, Geneva, 8 Oct.'44. * d. - Nov. '93. 

Timothy Conklin. 

. * A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '41-4; lie, 17 Apr.'39; lie. withdrawn, 

'54; res., Cal.; N.Y. city (last known address). 

*= James Henry Cook. Canajoharie, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Palatine Bridge, N.Y., 6Mar.'ji. * A.B.; A.M. * Law stu.; adm. to 
bar, '44; law., Canajoharie, N.Y., '46-89. * Dist. atty., Montgomery co., '60-3; co. judge 
and surrogate, "68-72. * d. i9jul.'89. 

^Jonathan Copeland. Webster, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Trcas. * b. Smithville, N.Y., 20 Feb. '16. ' *BK.; A.B. * Stu., 
Aub. theol. sem., '41-3; ord. (Presb.) Holley, N.Y., Nov. '43; pas. there, '43-59; Champlain, 
'59-68; Waterbury, Vt., '68-76; Webster, N.Y., '76-90. * Stated clerk, Rochester Presby. ; 
Champlain Presby. * m. Kezia Clark, Niskayuna, N.Y., 30 Jan. '44. * d. Rochester, 
N.Y., 8 Dec.'go. 

Augustus Woodruff Cowles. Elmira, N. Y. 

College president. * b. Geneva, N.Y., 12 Jul. '19; son of Alva C. and Harriet (Wood- 
ruff); prep., Geneva. * "t B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '43-6; ord.(Presb); 
Rochester, N.Y., 16 Feb. '47; pas., Brockport, '47-56; ist pres., Elmira fem. col., '56-89; 
pres., emeritus, and prof, of Bibl. lit.. Christian evidences and art, '89-. * D.D. ; LL.D., 
Hamilton '87. * m. Francis C. Goold, Brockport, N.Y., 15 Jun.'47. 

Beebe D Crary. Park House, Beaumont, Tex. 

Civil engineer. * <I>BK. ; A.B.; A.M. * Civ. eng., Omaha, Neb.; Beaumont, Tex. 

*David H Cruttenden. New York City. 

Teacher. * * E K. ; A.B , A.M. • Prin., Mech. inst., N.Y. city * Ph.D. * d. ■74- 

*John Kirby Davis. Newark, N. J. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Ballston, N.Y., 10 May '22; son of John K. * A.B. * 
Tea., '41-4; stu., Princ. theol. sem., '44-7; ord. (Presb.) 9 0ct.'48; pas., Succasunna Plains, 
N.J., '48-51; prin., Newark acad., '51-2; Blairstown acad., '52-3; pas., Middle Smithfield 
and Shawnee, Pa., '53-60: Shawnee, '60-8; Stroudsburg, '69-71; prin., Belvidere, N.J., 
'72-3; tea., N.Y. city, '74-7; prof., Univ. gram, sch., '77-; Newark, N.J. * d. 17 Dec.'go. 

*William E Eacker. Fultonville, N. Y. 

Farmer. * * B K. ; A.B. * Farmer, Fultonville, N.Y. * Q.M. on Gen. Fonda's 
staff during war. * d. '88. 

*James Elmendorf. Hudson, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * * B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. • Law.. Hudson, N.Y. * d '51. 

♦John Gardner. Somerville, N. J. 

Clergyman. * b. Gilbertsville, N.Y., t Jul.'44. * 'I> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., N.B. theoL 
sem., '41-4; pas. (R.D.) Harlingen, N.J., '44-81; Somer\'ille, '8t. * .\.M., Rutgers and 
Hobart. * m. Marg. Scoon, Geneva, N.Y., 27 May '45. * d. 20 Oct. '81. 

♦Walter Gunn. Guntoor, India. 

Missionary. * A.B. " Miss, in India. * d. '51. 

♦John S Hannay. Cooperstown, N. Y. 

— • . " <1'BK.; A.B. * d. '42. 



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Horace Hendee. 

Clergyman. * Entered from Alden, N.Y. ; at Union, — . 
(last' known address.) 



* Pas., Greensboro, Ga. 



Lewis Sylvester Hough. Media, Pa. 

Teacher. * b. Martinsburg, N.Y., 31 Mar.'ig. * At Amherst, '37-40; at Union, '41. 
* lea., Northern O., '41-5; law stu., Warren, O., '45-7; A.B., Hudson col., '47; prm., 
Germantown (Pa.) acad., '50-8; Camden (N.J.) h.s., '52; Phila. (Pa.) pub. sch., '52-8; 
priv., CO. F, 9th .N.J. vols.. "63-5; tea., '65-80; .Shortledge's acad., Media, Pa., '80-. * 
Auth., "Science of man," '49; "Am. and her tariff," '84. * m. Amelia ,M. Haven, Low- 
viUe. N.Y., 25 Dec.'si. * Bro., Geo IV., '56. 



*William Kelley. 

Physician. * * B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. 
N.y. city. * Lost at sea, '54. 



New York City. 

Tutor, Union col., '42-6; med. stu., M.D. ; phys.. 



^Joshua Kennedy. 

Clergyman. * A.B. 



Pas., Pineville, Pa.; Brushland. N.Y. 



Brushland, N. Y. 



Saurin Eliot Lane. Littleton, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Townsend, Vt., 31 Aug.'iS; son of Benj. I. and Susan (Eliot); prep., 
privately. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '41-3; ord. (Presb.) 22 0ct.'45; pas., Lima, 
Ind. ; Jonesville, Mich.; Galway, N.Y., '47-62; Carmel, '63-9; in S.C., '69-73; pas., Pt. 
Pleasant, W. Va., '74-8; E. Marshfield, '82-3; w.c, S. Framingham, '83-7; S.Boston, '89- 
91; Littleton, Mass., '92- * D.D. * m. Eliz. Toll, Fawn River, Mich., 24jun.'44; (2) 
Mrs. Louise N. Briggs. 



*Joseph Oakley Nodyne. 

Lawyer. * b. N.Y. city, '16. * A.B. * Law stu.; law. 
city of N.Y., '54-63; alderman and st. com., Brooklyn, '61. * 



'=Perry G Parker. 

Lawyer. * * B K. ; A.B. 
' d. 25 Dec. '79. 



Law stu.; law., Buffalo, N.Y. 



New York City. 

N.Y. city; registrar, col. of 
d. 18 Aug.'98. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

* Dist. atty. ; U.S. comr. 



^Charles Richards. Hampden, 0. 

Clergyman. * b. Darien, Ct., 9 Dec. '14. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '41-2; tea., Darien, 
Ct., and Westchester co., N.H., '42-3; stu., L^n. theol. sem., '43-4; Aub. theol. sem., '44-5; 
ord. (Presb.) Lakeville, N.Y., 25 May '47 ; pas. there. '45-9; Hector, '49-51; Rensselaerville, 
'51-5; Monroeville. O., '55-8; Maumee city, '58-68; Pardeeville, Wis., '68-73; w.c, S. 
Toledo, O. ; Hampden. * m. Christianna B. McMuldrock, Schenectady, N.Y., 10 Sep. '45. 
* d. '90. 



*John Rosenberg. 

Clergyman. * At Union, 



Theol. stu.; pas., Quincy, Pa. 



d. '58. 



Quincy, Pa. 



*Cyrus Smith. 

Clergyman. * <l> B K. 



A.B. 



Shelbume Falls, Mass. 

Pas. (Bap.) Shclburne Falls, Mass. * d. 16 Sep. '44. 



*Cornelius W Stoothoff. Flatbush, N. Y. 

Physician. * <t> B K. ; A.B. * Med. stu.; M.D.; phys., Flatbush, N.Y. * d. '55. 

*James H Storrs. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * <^ B K. ; A.B. * Law stu.; law., Brooklyn, N.Y. * d. '82. 

*Thomas C Strong. Ithaca, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * <^ B K. ; A.B. * Theol. stu.; pas. (R.D.) Geneva, N.Y.; Ithaca; pres., 
Wells col.; Allegheny (Pa.) col. for women. * d. '90. 

*David Taylor. Madison, Wis. 

Lawyer and judge * b. Carlisle, N.Y., iiMar.'iB. * *BK.; A.B. * Law stu., 
Esperance, N.Y., '41-2; Albany, '42: Cobleskill, '42-4; adm. to bar, '44; law., Cobleskill, 
'44-6; Sheboygan, Wis., '46-71; Fond du Lac, '71-8: Madison, '78-91. * Supervisor, 
Sheboygan; dist. atty. of Sheboygan co. ; mem., Wis. assem., '53; sen., '55-6; circ. judge, 
'58-69; on com. to revise Wis. statutes, '58-9 and '76; asso. just. sup. ct., '78-91. * Auth., 
"Comp. of statutes of Wis," '71. * m. Mary S. Callender, Convis, Mich., 30 Nov. '48. * 
d. 4 Apr. '91. 



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♦Benjamin Welles. Redwood Falls, Minn. 

Clergyman. * b. Wayne, X.Y., 28 Jan. '18. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '42-5; 
ord. (Presb.) 2 Nov. '47; pas., Columbia, Pa., '47-9; Ulysses, '49-51; Arkport, N.Y., '52-3; 
Bristol, Ind., '53-7; Litchfield, Mich., '57-9; Concord, '59-64; W.Creek, Ind., '64-8; Rural, 
Wis., '68-70; Farmington, Minn., '71-3; w.c. White Bear Lake, '73-83; Perth Amboy, N.J., 
'83-6; Redwood Falls, Minn., '86-7. * Sch. supt., Ramsey co., Minn., '73-7. * m. 
Mary E. Crowell, Eddytovvn, N.V., 17 May '48. * d. 23 .Tun. '87. 

-Archibald Wieting. Fort Plain, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Minden, N.Y., 21 Jun.'i5. * At Union, — . * Ord. (Presb.) New- 
ville, N.Y., Jun.'42; pas., Middletown, i'a., '41-3; Phila., '43-4; miss, and occ. sup., Mid- 
dletown, '44-67; res., Brooklyn, N.Y., '67-9; pas., Kno.xville, 111., '69-70; dealer in books 
and stationery. Fort Plain, N.Y., '70-90; res., Johnstown, '90-5. * m. Eliz. Hershey, 
Middletown, Pa., 13 Feb. '44. * d. '95. 

Abraham E Williams. 

Lawyer. * <i>BK.; A.B. * Law stu.; law., Buffalo, X.V. (last known address.) 



■=Gorham Beals. 

Physician. 



A.B. 



1842 



Med. stu., M.L).; phys., N.Y. city. 



d. '48. 



New York City. 



=''Duncan Campbell. Albany, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. * b. Albany, N.Y., 11 Mar. '24. * 't> B K. ; A.B.; A.ISL * Law stu., 
.Mbany, '43-5; adm. to bar, '45; phys.; stu., Heidelberg univ. ; asst. prof, of mod. lang., 
Williams col.; civ. eng. * Asst. adjt. gen., state of N.Y., during civ. war; corresp. from 
Ger., Albany Argus and Journal, '52-5. * Mem., Alb. inst. ; Alb. hist. soc. * d. 6 May 
'90. 

*John Watson Cary. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lawyer. * b. Shoreham, Vt., 11 Feb.' 17. * •i' B K. ; A.B. * Law stu., Schenectadjr, 
N.Y., '42-3; Auburn, '43-4; adm. to bar, '44; law., Red Creek, '44-50; Racine, Wis., '50-9; 
Milwaukee, '59-. * Counsel for C.M.&St.P. ry., '60-90; mem., Wis. sen., '53-5; mayor, 
Racine, '56-9; mem., Milwaukee council, '68-70; Wis. legis., '72; trustee. Wis. hosp. for 
insane. * Eliza Vilas, ioJun.'44; (2) Isabel Brinkerhoff. 6 Tun. '47. * d. Chicago, 111., 
28 Mar.'75. 

-James Dow. Longmont, Col. 

Teacher. * b. 16 Nov. '16. * A.B. * Tea., Erie, Pa., '41-3, med. stu., Washington, 
D.C.; tea. in South, '43-63; res., Longmont, Col., '63-73. '* d. 3 Apr.'73. 

Thomas Fraser. 916 Myrtle St., Oakland, Cal 

Clergyman. * b. Dalkeith, Scot.. 18 Nov. '19. * A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem. 
'42-5; ord. (Presb.) 8 May '46; miss., Milwaukee, Wis., '46-7; Port Washington, '47-9; De 
catur, '50-2; pas.. Little Rock, Ark., '53-9; miss., Santa Rosa, Cal., '59-60; '65-9; Bodega 
'60-4; Two Rock Valley, '64-5; Synod, Miss., '68-83; prof, of systematic theol., San Fran 
Cisco theol. sem., '83-93; pas., Makawo Maui. Hawaii, '93, w.c, Oakland, Cal. * Pres. 
bd. of directors, San Francisco theol. sem. * Ph.D.; D.D., '86. * m. Julia Beebe 
Little Rock, Ark., '59. 

^'^Alfred Augustus Gilbert. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Cummington, Mass., 2 May '14. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., 
Hart, theol. sem., '42-5; tea., Hartford (Ct.) gram, and clas. sch.; Belchertown, Mass.; 
Cummington (JNIass.) acad. ; ord. (Cong.) Lanesboro, Mass., 30 Jul. '47; act. pas., Windsor, 
Dalton, Heath and Belchertown, Mass.; tea., Elmwod inst., Lanesboro, Mass., '49-79. * 
m. Julia A. Briggs, Cummington, Mass., '47; (2) Mary T. Bliss, Lanesboro, Mass., '53. * 
d. '86. 

*Seymour C Harris. Fabius, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Truxton, N.Y. * At Union, — . * Law stu.; law, Fabius, N.Y. * 
d. '52. 

Christopher Ives. 

* Entered from Sandlake, N.Y. * .A.B. * Howard, Kan. (last known ad- 

dres.'S.) 



172 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

='=Pelatiah Jakeway. Fort Ann, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Hartford, N.Y., ajun.'ip; son of Thos. and Mary; prep., Greenville 
acad. * A.B. * Law., Fort Ann. * Mem. of assem, '59-60; jus. of p., Fort Ann, 
'56-96. * d. -8 Oct.'oo. 

-Rufus King, Chicago, IlL 

Lawyer. * b. Ithaca, N.Y., 24 Dec.'iia. * *BK. ; A.B. * Law stu.; law., Elmira, 
N.Y.; Chicago, 111. * Priv., 31st Wis. reg., '61-4; commissary of subsistence. * d. 
16 Apr. '99. 

*David Calderwood Lyon. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Clergyman. * b. Oswegatchie, N.Y., 7 Nov. '09. * .\.B.; A.M. * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '42-5; ord. (Prcsb.") 5 Jul. '45; pas., Covington, N.Y., '45-7; miss., Grafton, Wis., 
'48-50; Mineral Point. '50-2; Bedford, '52-7; miss., Wis. Synod, '57-8; pas., Winona, 
Minn., '59-67; miss., Minn. Synod, '67-82. * m. Eliza Shilc.nd, Cambridge, N.Y., i Jan. 
■47; (2) Emily H. Martineau, Milwaukee, Wis., 3 Oct.'ss. * d. 10 May '88. 

^Stephen Mattoon. Charlotte, N. C. 

Clergyman and college president. * b. Champion, N.Y., 5 May '15. * A.B. * Tea., 
Sandy Hill, N.Y., '42-3; .stu., Princ. theol. sem., '43-6; ord. (Presb.) 11 Feb. '46; miss, in 
Siam, '47-66; Ballston Spa, N.Y., '67-9; pres., Biddle univ., '69-85; pas., New Hope, 
N.C., '70-1; Charlotte, '71-8; Caldwell, Hopewell and Good Hope, '79-85. * D.D., '70. 
* m. Mary Lowrie, Cambridge, N.Y., 3 Jun.'46. * d. Marion, O., 15 Aug.'Ss. 

*George DeGraw Moore. Newark, N. J. 

Lawyer. * Pres. * b. Caldwell, N.T., iiFeb.'22. * * B K. ; A.B. * Law stu., 
Newark, N.J., '43-5; adm. to bar, '45; law., Newark, '45-91. * Dist. atty., Sauk co.. 
Wis., '47-8; mem., Wis. sen.. '49-52; surrogate, Essex co., N.J., '69-79; auditor, Newark, 
'82. * m. Justina M. Whitehead, Urbana, O., Oct. '49. * d. 13 Oct. '91. 

Peter Spraker Nellis. Hutchinson, Kan. 

Clergyman. * b. Fairfield, N.Y., 26Nov.'2i; son of Peter P. and Marg. (Spraker); 
prep.. Fairfield acad. * A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '43-4; Hartwick theol. sem., 
'45; lie. (Luth.) 8 Jun.'46; colporteur for Niagara co., N.Y., '49-52; pas., Wellerburg, Pa., 
'52-9: Ind., '59-63; Liberty, 111., '63-9; Perryville, Mo.; Crawford co.. 111.; VanBuren co., 
la.; Hutchinson, Kan. * Auth., '"145 corrections of incorrect translations," '99; "Com- 
mentary on Romans," '01. * m. Caroline Markel, Wellerburg, Pa., '52; (2) Miss Jarrett, 
Hillsboro, 111., 30 May '67. 

=^Porter Brown Parrey. Three Oaks, Mich. 

Clergayman. * b. Wethersficld Spa, N.Y., '15. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '44-6; ord. (Presb.) Edwardsburg, Mich., 29 Sep. '47; pas., Middlebury, Ind., '46-7; 
Buchanan, Mich., '47-52; New Buffalo, '52-3; Ellsworth, Ct., '53-7; Seward, '57-65; Three 
Oaks, Mich., '65-70, '72-9, Hersey, '70-2; Bridg?man and Coloma, '79-82; Sandstone, 
'82-5; Three Oaks, '85-6. * m. Nancy T. Sheldon, Fleming N.Y., 25 Aug.'46; (2) Cor. 
Upson, Ontario, Ind., 4 Nov.'5o. * d. 18 May '86. 

*Aaron Potter. Champaign, 111. 

Merchant. * b. Ft. Edward, N.Y., 9 Apr.'2o. * Gr. salut. ; * B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * 
Stu., Lin. theol. sem., '47-8; Hartwick theol. sem., '49-50; ord. (Bap.) Jan. '51; pas., Albion, 
Mich., '51-4; Clarkton, '54-6; Centreville, '56-8; Lake Port and Three Rivers, '58-9; She- 
boygan, Wis., '59-61; Lamartine; agt. Am. and I'or. Bap. miss, socs.; steward, Indust. univ., 
Un. theol. sem., '47-8; Hartwick theol. sem., '48-50; ord. (Bap.) Jan. '51; pas, Albion, Mich., 
'51-4; Clarkton, '54-6; Centreville, '56-8; Lake Port and Three Rivers, '58-9; Sheboygan. 
Wis., '50-61; Lamartine; agt. Am. and For. Bap. miss, socs.; steward, Indust. univ.. 
Champaign, 111., '68-73; book dealer, Urbana. " d. '73. 

*William Alexander Righter. 

Lawyei. * b. Parsippany, N.J., 1 Sep. '21. * "^BK.; A.B.: A.M. * Law stu.; adm. 
tc bar, '48; law., Newark, N.J., '48-96. * Mem., Newark bd. of educ, '53; bd. of health, 
'85; comr. of juries, '88; direct., security sav. bank, '87. * m. Emma L. Shugard, New- 
ark, 8 Oct.'si. * d. ;8 Oct.'96. 

Peter M Rightmeyer. 

Clergyman. * b. Sa.igerties, N.Y. * .^.B. * Stu., Gettysburg theol. sem., '42-5; 
pas. (Luth.) W.Camp, N.Y. ; Brooklyn (last known address). 



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*Henry Martyn Robertson. Des Moines, la 

Clergyman. * b. Huntington, N.Y., 26 Jan. '22; son of Saml. and Dorcas iPlatt); prep. 
Canajoharie and Schoharie acads. * A.B. ; \.}>\. * Priu., Kingsboro acad., '43-5; stu. 
Princ. theo!. sem., '45-8; ord. (.Presb.) Mar. '49: miss., JN'eenah, Wis., '48-53; miss., Wis 
synod, '53-5; pas., Horicon and Dodge Centre, '55-60; Fond du Lac, '60-6; fin. sec. Chi 
cage theol. sem., '66-7; pas., Columbus, O., '67-70; fin. sec, O. Wes. univ., '70-1; pas. 
Westerville and Central College, '71-6; Kenton. '76-83; Winterset, la., '83-9; Kan. City 
Mo., '90-1; Des Moines, la., '91-6; Fairhavcn, Wash., '96-7; w.c, Des Moines, la., '97-9 
* D.D., Otterbein '~b. * m. Elmira Judson, i Oct. '48; (2) Clarissa M. Penney, 21 
Jan.'62. * Bro., Wni. S.. '7J-. * d. 19 May '99. 

*Williain S Robertson. Muskogee, I. T. 

Missionary. * b. Huntington, N.Y., 11 Jan. '20; son of Saml. and Dorcas (Piatt); prep., 
Schoharie, acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Med. stu., Salem, N.Y., '42-4; tea., Northport, N.Y. ; 
Spencer acad. (Choctaw Nation), among Creek Indians; Mattoon, 111., '62-3; Centralia, 
"63-4: Highland, Kan., '64-6; among Creek Indians, '66-81. * In charge of educ. exhibit, 
'76 Centennial. * m. Ann F. Worcester, Park Hill, I.T., 16 Apr. '50. * Bro., Henry 
M., '43. * d. Tullahasse mission sch., Creek Nation, I.T., 25 jun.'Si. 

*George Hornell Thacher. Albany, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * b. Hornellsville, N.Y.. 4jun.'i8. * At Union, '38-41. * Stu., 
Princ. theol. sem., '41-3; ord. f Presb.) 21 Sep.'n; pas., Ballston Centre, N.Y., '43-7; mfr. 
of car wheels, Albany, N.Y., '49-87. * \'.pres., city bank of Alb.; may.. Alb., '60-4. * 
m. Ursula .1. Boyd Schenectady, N.Y., 15. Tan. '13. * d. St. Augustine, Fla., 15 Feb. '87. 

^Otis H Waldo. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lawyer and railroad president. * b. Prattsburg, N.Y., i Apr. '22; son of Otis W. and 
Fanny (Cook); prep., Franklin acad. * Pres., Adelphic soc. ; campaign speaker for Henry 
Clay, '44; <i> B li. ; A.B. * Tea. and law stu., Natchez, Miss., '44-9; law., Milwaukee, 
'49-74. * Trustee and pres., Milwaukee fern, col.; pres., Wis. cent. ry. * m. Gertrude 
C. Van Valkenburgh, Highland, Mich., 20 Apr.'jo. * d. Milwaukee, 30 Oct. '74. 

Frederick S Wood. 

Teacher. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Metropolis. 111. (last known address) 

John Woodbridge. South Pasadena, Cal. 

Clergyman. * b. Sharon, Ct., 9 May '24; son of Sylvester and Betsey (Gould); prep., 
N.Y. city. * <1>BK.; A.B. * Stu., Princ theol. sem., '42-3; ord. (Presb.) 6 Nov. '45; 
pas., Greenport, N.Y., '45-50; Saratoga Spa, '51-72; New Brunswick, N.J., '72-94; res., S. 
Pasadena, Cal., '94-. * D.D. * m. Mary L. Messerean, '50; (2) Helen Freeman, '61. 

-'Philander Dickinson Young. Orange, Cal. 

Clergyman. * b. Potsdam, N.Y., iAug.'i7. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Albany (N.Y.) 
acad.. '42-3; stu., Princ. theol. sem., '43-6; ord. (Presb.) 18. Tun. '46; home miss.. Galena 
and Greenville, 111., '46-7; Edwardsville. '47-52; Chester and Pleasant Ridge, '52-7; De- 
catur, '57-8; Dwight, '60-5; Waukesha, Wis., '65-7; Gilman, 111., '67-71; w.c, '71-6; miss.. 
Orange, Cal., '76-8; w.c, '78-09. * m. Hannah J. Wait. Albany, N.Y., 3 Jun.'46. * d. 
6 Tun. '99. 



1843 



*Cyrus Guffin. Carlisle, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Adm. hy Williams. * At. Williams, '39-41 ; at Union, '41-3; "^BK.; A.B.; 
,\.M. * Res., Pine Plains, N.Y. * d. '72. 



-Ephraim C Hall. 

. * *BK.;A.B. • Res., T.aGrange, N.Y. 



d. about '46. 



LaGrange, N. Y. 



*Silas S Harmon. Berkeley, Cal. 

Clergyman and teacher. ' * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Pres., Wash. (Cal.) col.; prin., 
Berkeley young ladies' sem. * d. 3 Dec. '83. 



•i^Moses S Ingersoll. 

Clergyman. * A.B.; A.M. * Theol. stu.; pas., Newark, N.T. 



Newark, N. J. 

d. '^o. 



=!=John G McChesney. Schenectady. N. Y. 

Lawyer. * 4> B K. ; A.B.; .\.M. * Law stu.; law., Schenectady, N.Y. * ' d. '71. 



17-i DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

-^William Stevenson McLaren. Santa Barbara, CaL 

Clergyman. " A.B. * Theol. stu., Edinburg, Scot.; pas., Geneva, N.Y., '70-3; Santa 
Barbara, Cal. * Chap., City Point, N.Y. * D.l). * d. i2jul.'-4. ' 

*John Enders Mann. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lawyer and judge. * Adm. by Williams. ' b. Schoharie, N.Y., 4Mar.'2i; son of 
Geo. W. and Eliz. (Enders). * At Williams, '39-41; at Union, '41-3; 4> B K. ; A.B. * 
Adm. to bar, Utica, N.Y., '47; law., Schoharie, '47-54; W.Bend, Wis., '54-67; Milwaukee, 
'67-gt. * judge. Wis. sup. ct. * m. Cath. Dietz, Schoharie. N.Y., 22 Oct.'45. * d. 
I May '98. 

Joel Miller. 

. * Entered from Springfield, Mass. (last known address.) * At Union., — . 

*John Jermain Porter. Watertown, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Ovid, N.Y., 20 Mar. '21; son of Stephen and Caroline (Jermain); 
prep., Geneva. * 'f B K. : A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '44-7; ord. (Presb.) 9 Nov. 
'47; pas., Kingston, Pa., '47-50; Buftalo, '50-7; St. Louis, Mo., '57-64; Watertown, N.Y., 
"64-81; Phelps, '81-91; Geneva, "92; Watertown, '93-. * Aiith., "Hist, of the Presby. of 
vleneva, '05-89," '89; "Personality in the spirit realm." '99; "Celestial people, who are 
they," '01. * D.D., Hamilton '68. * Sons, Jermain C, Hamilton 'ys; Henry A., '/S; 
Chas. F., '84. * d. 7 Sep. '01. 

Elijah Priest. 

* Entered from Amsterdam, N.Y. (last known address.) * At Union, — . 

*Rodman Hazard Robinson. Fort Plain, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Arcadia, N.Y., 26 Dec. '20. * Valedic. ; * B K. ; A.B. * Ord. 
(Meth.) '45; pas., Whitehall, N.Y., '45-6; Orwell, Vt., '46-8; Benson, '48-50; Galway, N.Y., 
'50-2; W.Troy, '52-4; Plattsburg, '54-6; Pittsfield, Mass., '56-8; Saratoga, N.Y., '58-60; 
.Amsterdam, '60-1; chap., 32d N.Y. vols., '6t-2; pas., Albany, '62-4: pres. elder, '64-8; pas., 
Ballston. '68-71: '76-9; Cobleskill, '71-3; Van Wies Point, '73-6; Greenbush, '79-82; W. 
Troy, '82-5; Fort Plain. '85-6. * Sec, Troy Meth. conf . ; del. to gen. conf. ; pres.. Round 
Lake camp meeting, '81-6; trustee, Syracuse univ. * D.D., Syracuse '84. * m. Eliz. 
A. Becker, Chatham, N.Y., 9 Tun. '44. * d. 19 Oct.'86. 

*Tarrant Sibley. Bennington, Vt. 

Physician. * Adm. by Williams. * b. Whitingham, Vt, 24 0ct.'i8; son of Lot and 
Mary (Morse). * At Williams. '39-41; at Union, '41-3, A.B * Med. stu.; phys. Ben- 
nington, Vt. ' m. Maria N. Putnam, Jacksonville, Fla.. 25 May '47. * d. 2 Feb. '9 5. 

-Benjamin B Smith. Honesdale, Pa. 

Bookseller. * b. Franklin, Pa., 30 Apr.'is. * .\t Union, '39-41. * Prin., Hones- 
dale (Pa.) acad., '41-31; bookseller, Honesdale, '51-85. * m. Betsey H. Brush, Honesdale, 
9 Dec.'4i. * d. 28 Oct. '85. 

*Joseph N Wightman. Mohawk, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * A.B. * Law stu.; law., Mohawk, N.Y. * d. 



T844 

*John P Chadbourne. Boston, Mass. 

* At Union. — . * d. 

-Charles Davis. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * At L^nion, — . * d. '91. 

Samuel H Furman. 

Merchant. * At Union. — . * Merchant, M.Y. city (last known address). 

=i=William Colegrave Kenyon. Alfred Centre, N. Y. 

Teachecr. * b. Richmond, R.I., 22 Oct.'is. * A.B.; A.M. * Prin.. Alfred (N.Y.) 

acad.. '39-57; pres., Alfred univ., '57-67- * Sch. supt., .Mlegheny co. * m. Melissa B. 
Ward, 5 Aug. '40. * d. London, Eng., 7 Jun.'67. 



UNION — 1844-45-46. 175 

Oscar F Knox. 

Lawyer. * At Union, — . * Law stu. ; law., Coudtrsiiort. Pa. (last known address.) 

•■■^Abaither N McChesney. Trenton, Ky. 

Clergyman. * b. Brunswick, N.V. * Adelphic soc. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Theol. stu.; pas., 
Lexington, Ky.; prin., Lexington (Ky.) fern. acad.. '45-6: pas., Charlottesville, '46-66; 
Richmond, Va.; Versailles; Mt. Sterling; Germantown; Trenton, Ky. * d. 9 Feb. '94. 

^^Daniel Creighton McVean. Franklinville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Caledonia, N.Y., 10 Oct.'iR; son of Duncan and Janet (Creighton); 
prep., Cambridge acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Newburg theol. sem., '44-8; ord. (Presb.) 
Lyndon, N.Y., Jan. '50; pas. there; Franklinville. ' On Chris, com. * m. Mary J. Gil- 
lespie, Crawford, N.Y., 13 Jun.'49. * d. 7 Sep. '67. 

-John Root Miller. Williamsburg, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Williamsburg, Mass., 18 Jul. '18. * A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., 
■44-7; ord. (Cong.) Norwich, Mass., 17 May '48; pas. there, '48-53: Suffield, Ct., '53-64; 
agt.. Colonization soc. in Ct., and K.I., '64-8. * m. Mary A. Phillips, Williamsburg, 10 
May '48. * d. 2 Nov.'69. 

Israel H Northrop. Roselle, N. J. 

Clergyman. * At Union, — . * Pas., Spencertown, N.Y. ; Roselle, N.J. 

*Samuel Spencer Stafford. New York City. 

Manufacturer. * b. Albany, N.Y., 13 Nov. '25. * At L'nion, — . * Stu., Alb. med. 

col., '46-9, M.D. ; San Francisco, '49-54; gold miner in Cal.; mfr. of inks, N.Y. city, '55-95. 
"* d. IS Feb.'95. 

"i John Vandervolgen. Madison, Wis. 

Clergyman. * A.M. * Theol. stu.; pas., Duanesburg. N.Y. ; Madison, Wis. * d. 



1845 
'^■Stephen Bush. Waterford, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Adiu. by Williams. * b. Nassau, N.Y.. 30 May '18. * At Williams, 
'41-3; at Union, '43-5, A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '45-8; ord. (Presb.) Albany, N.Y. , 
28Jun.'48; miss, to Siam, '48-53; pas., Cohoes, N.Y., '53-60; Greenbush, '61-3; Green 
Island, '68-74; res. and occ. supply, Waterford, '74-95. * Mem., Am. assn. for adv. of 
sci. ; Oriental soc. * D.D. * m. Annabella Fassett, Albany, iV.Y., '48; (2) Jennie H. 
Bailey, Cohoes, '55. * d. 15 Jul. '95. 

1846 

*Jesse Andrews. Natchez, Miss. 

Teacher. * b. Sodus, N.Y. * A.B. * Tea., Natchez, Miss. * d. 

*John Bannard. Crescent, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Fulton. Eng., 6 Jan. '20 * 4' B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Theol. stu., Jonesville, 
N.Y.; pas. (Meth.) Ballston Spa, '50-1; Dalton, Mass., '51-3; Crescent, N.Y., '53-4. * m. 
Catherine Edwards, Schenectady, N.Y., 17 Apr.'48. * d. 11 May '54. 

*Arie Banta. Fox Lake, Wis. 

Lawyer. * b. Clifton Park, N.Y., 12 Jan. '18. * A.B.: A.M. * Law stu.; adm. to 
bar, '47; law., Waterford, N.Y., '47-51; Fox Lake. Wis., '51- * d. 

Daniel R Bigelow. Olympia, Wash. 

Lawyer. * b. Mar. 24. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Harv. law sch. ; law., Olympia, Wash., 
■51-. * Comr. to codify laws of Or.; mem.. Wash, legis. 

*George Watson Clark. Delhi, N. Y. 

T.awver. ' b. Berne. N.Y., Dec.'2i. * A.B. * Law stu., Catskill. N.Y. ; law., Delhi. 
* m. Julia Comfort, Catskill, N.Y. * d. 10 May '77. 



]76 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Alexander Dickson. Waterford, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Rathfriland, Ire., 25 Dec. '25. * <l> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '46-8; ord. (R.D.) Waterford, N.Y., 16 May '49; pas. there. '49-52; 3d ch., Albany, 
'53-60; sup., Dudley ch., '60-2; Lansingburg, '62; Waterford. * Auth., "All about Jesus"; 
"Beauty for ashes." * D.D., '77. * m. Alida Lansing, Lansingburg, 19 Dec. '49. 

*Hiram Nichols Gates. Medford, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * h. Fowler, N.Y., 31 May '20; son of Isaac P. and Sarah (Mc- 
Farland) ; Ogdensburg, N.Y. and privately. * Pres., Adelphic soc. ; ^BK. ; A.B. * Stu., 
Hart, theol. sem., '48-50; ord. (Cong.) E. Windsor Hill, Ct., 8 Aug.'5o; miss, in la., '50- 
62; pas., Barkhamstead, Ct., "63-6; Northfield, '66-71; gen. miss, in Minn., '72-4; supt. of 
miss, in Neb., '74-81; miss., David city, Neb., '81-3; pas., W. Hartland, Ct., '84-6; w.c, 
Medford, Mass., '86-01. * With Chris, com.; mem., Ct. h. of reps., '65. * m. Mary 
Chaney, Unadilla Forks, N.Y., 15 Sep. '46. * d. 7 Feb.'oi. 

^William T Goodnough. Ellington, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Son of Asa. * At Union, — . * Tea., Theresa, N.Y. ; Ellington. * d. 

*Elias Hand. Elkhorn, Wis. 

Lawyer. * b. Lebanon, N.Y. * A.B. * Law stu.; law., Elkhorn, Wis. * d. in 
Cal., '50. 

*Francis Hendricks. CoUegeville, Pa. 

Clergyman. * b. Ovid, N.Y. * * R K. ; A.B. * Tea., Ovid and Elmira, N.Y., '46- 
50; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '50-2; ord. (Presb.) '53; pas., New Berlin, Pa., '53-5, '57; '60-2; 
Fremont, O., '56; Northumberland, Pa., '58: res. and pas., Phila., '62-79; tea., '80; chap., 
Phila. Presby. hosp., '80; res., CoUegeville, Pa., '80-90. * d. Phila., Pa., 5 Aug.'go. 

Stephen Marshall Ingalls. Springfield, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * h. Middlefield, N.Y., i8Feb.'26; son of Saml. M. and Sally (Northrup); 
prep.j Clinton lib. inst. * Commenc. appt. ; * B K. ; A.B.: A.M. * Tea., Amherst ch., 
Va., '47; Cooperstown, N.Y., '48; law stu., Cooperstown, '4S-9; adm. to bar, '49; law., Coop- 
erstown and Addison, '49-51; prin., Canajoharie acad., '52-3; tea., Springfield, '53-6; prin., 
Pompey acad., '58-9; law. and money loaning, '59- * Town auditor, Springfield, '77; 
supervisor, '80-1 ; founder, E. Springfield acad., and pres., bd. of trustees, '82-; notary pub.; 
postmaster, Springfield, '92-6; jus. of p., '97- * Contrib, N.Y.S.Tea.; Mechanics' mag.; 
N.Y. Tribune; D.L. qtiar.; Free Thought mag. * Mem., Am. inst. of civics. * m. Marg. 
A. Davy, Springfield, 2 Apr.'57. 

Charles Jackson King. Norwich, Ct. 

Merchant (retired). * b. Freehold, N.Y., '24; son of Perkins and Sarah (Jackson). * 
4>BK.; A.B. * Law stu., Cortland, N.Y.; law., Ogdensburg: mfr., Watertown; Norwich, 
Ct. * m. Charlotte E. Ransom, Alburg Spa, N.Y., 7 Apr.'53. 

-William Milroy. Norwood, 0. 

Clergyman and teacher. * * B K. ; A.B. * Theol. stu.; clergyman (Ref. Presb.) tea., 
Geneva col., Norwood, O. * d. 15 Nov.'76. 

*Daniel C Nichols. Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * A.B.; A.M. * Law stu.; law., Chicago, 111. * d. '89. 
John Wade Nott. Mt. Savage, Md. 

Clergyman. * b. N.Y.city, gOct.'ii; son of Saml. and Roxana (Peck) ; prep., privately, 
* *BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Albany co., N.V., '46; Harford co., Md., '46-9; stu.. Gen. 
theol. sem., '49-51; ord. (Epis.) Harford co., Md.. ro Aug.'si; rect., Frostburg, '51-4: Dor- 
chester CO., '54-7; tea.. Orange, N.T., '57-8; Cumberland, Md., '58-72; rect, Dorchester 
CO., Md., '72-3: Mt.Savage, Md., '73- ^ Mem., Soc. for Bibl. lit. and exegesis. * A.M., 
St. James col.; D.D., '95. 

-Richard Osborne. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Fonda's Bush, N.Y., 25 Dec. '21; son of Rich, and Gertrude (Harder); 
prep., Salem & Greenwich acads. * A.B. * Stu.. Aub. theol. sem., '46-7; And. theol. 
sem., '47-9; ord. (Cong.) Carthage, N.Y., iq Jan.'53: pas.. Sandy Creek, N.Y., '52-9; Cole- 
raine, Mass., '60-2; Champion, N.Y., '63-5; Green Island, '65-8; w.c, Northumberland, 
'68-76; res. and occ. supply, Saratoga Spa, '76-99. * Mem.. Saratoga bd. of educ. ; del. 
to nat. Cong, council, '62. * m. Diantha L. Gunn, Albanj', N.Y., i4 0ct.'56; (2) Mrs. 
Charlotte E. L. Baker, Saratoga Spa, 17 Oct.'67. * d. 9 Apr. '99. 



UNION— 1846-47. 



Jeremiah Petrie. Pompey, N. Y, 

Clergyman. * b. Herkimer, N.Y., 16 Jul.'as. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '46-9; ord. (Presb.) Dresden, N.Y., '49; pas. there, '49-52; Volney, '52-6; Cleveland, 
'56-8; Westmoreland, '59-63; Herkimer, '64-8; Volney, '68-72; Pompey, '7-; Rock Stream; 
Elmira, N.Y., '90; Pompey, '91-4; Kedfield, '95-9; w.c, Pompey, '99-. * m. Eliz. Aga, 
Penn Van, N.Y., 13 Jun.'52. 

Bradley Phillips. 1502 Nicollet Av., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Real estate. * Pres. * b Antwerp, N.Y., 2 Apr.'iS. ' A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '46-9; ord. (Presb.) 17 May '49; pas., Horicoii, Wis., '49-54; Mineral Point, '54-7; 
Chippewa Falls, '57-68; Hudson, '72-7; real est. agt., Minneapolis. Minn., '77- * Mem., 
Wis. legis., '71-3; chap., legis. 

Matthew J Shoecraft. Oneida, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Son of Jos. and Sarah; prep., Belleville (N.Y.) acad. * A.B. ; A.M. * 
Law., Oneida, N.Y. * m. Mary J. Nye, Oneida, Apr. '49. 

*Ransom Bethune Welch. Auburn, N. Y. 

Theological school professor. * b. Greenville, N.Y. , Jan. '24. * <i> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Red Hook and Jonesville, N.Y., '46-8; stu., And. tlieol. sem., '48-50; Aub. theol. sem., 
'50-2; ord. (Presb.) Gilboa, N.Y.. '54; pas. there, '54-6; Catskill, '56-9; prof, of logic, rhet. 
and Eng. lit.. Union col., '60-76; prof, of Christian theol., Aub. theol. sem., '76-90. * Del. 
to Presby. gen. council, world's conv. of Y.M.C..\., and world's conf. of the Evang. alliance, 
'84; del. to world's miss conf. and Presb. alliance, '88; pres., Am. inst. of Christian philos.; 
asso. ed., Presb. rev.. '81-90; asso. ed., Presb. and Ref. rev., '90. * Auth., "Notes on the- 
ology," '81-2; "Faith and mod. thought," '76; also articles and addresses. * D.D., Rut- 
gers and N.Y., '68: LL.D.. Maryville '7-. " m. Lydia G. Kennedy. Clifton Park, N.Y., 
S Jun.'6i. * d. Healing Spa, Va., 29 Jun.'90. 

*David P. Whedon. Park City, Ut. 

Lawyer. * A.B. * Law stu.; law., Wabash, Ind. ; Salt Lake city, L't. * d. '89. 

Alonzo Morris Williams. 

Farmer. * A.B. * Music dealer, Syracuse, N.Y.; farmer. Central park (last known 
address). 

•"Roswell N Wyman. San Francisco, Cal. 

Lawyer. * A.B. * Law stu.; law., San Francisco, Cal. ' d. '53. 



1847 

*Henry Allen Austin. Pleasanton, Mich. 

Clergyman. * b. Becket, Mass., 22Nov.'2i; son of John and Lodemia (Daniels). * 
A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '48-51; ord. (Cong.) Otis, Mass., '52; pas. there, '51-4; 
W. Hartland, Ct., '54-5; Huntington, Mass., '56-9; farmer in O., '60-4; res. and occ. sup., 
Pleasanton, Mich., '64-82. * m. Mary W. Johnson, Becket, Mass., 28 Sep.'si; (2) Carrie 
F. Maxim, Paris, Me., 30 Nov. '71. * Bro., Saml. J., '47. * d. 2 Jun.'82. 

*Samuel John Austin. Darien, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Becket, Mass., 22 Nov.'24; son of John and Lodemia (Daniels). * 
Philomathean soc. ; * B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '48-9: tea., '49-54; stu.. Hart. 
and And. theol. sems. ; ord. (Cong.) Mason Village, N.H., 25 Feb. '57; pas. there, '57-9; 
Gardner, Mass., '59-64; Oxford, '64-8; Warren, '68-.'7; Chicopee Falls, '77-85; Darien, Ct.', 
'85-99. * m. Jennie Clark, Lancaster, Mass., '58; (2) Susan .M. Miller, Royalston, Mass., 
'63. * Bro., Henry .4., '47. * d. Stamford, Mass., 18 Aug.'99. 

Alfred Pomeroy Botsford. Woodbury, N. J. 

Clergyman. * b. Jordan, N.Y., 2iApr.'27; son of Edmond \\'. and Mary (Clark); prep., 
Jordan acad. * Ital. orat. ; * B K. ; A.B. * Prof, of langs., Madison col.. Pa., '48-9; 
prin., Vernon (N.Y.) acad., '49-50; stu., Princ. theol. sem., '50-2; ord. (Presb.) Hughson- 
ville, N.Y., 26May*S4; pas. there, '53-7; Pt. Byron, '57-61; N.Y. city, '61-7; Pt. Jervis, 
'67-84; Wenonah, '84-96; Woodbury, '96-. * Stated clerk, Roch. Presby. * m. Eliz' 
Miller, Ligonier, Pa., '51; (2) Mary R. Pardee. Vernon, N.Y., '56. * Bro., EH C. '47 



178 DELTA UPSILOX DECENNIAL. 

*Eli Clark Botsford. New York City. 

Clergyman. * b. Jordan, N.Y., lo Oct. '29. * A.B. * Tea., Vernon (N.Y.) acad., 

'4S-9; stu., Princ. theol. seni.. '50-3; ord. (Presb.) 26 Jan. "54; p?.s., Princeton, N.J., '52-j; 

New Hamburgh, N.Y., '53; N.Y. city, '53-60. * m. Rosamond Hall. * Bro., Alf. P., 
'47. * d. 30 Dec.'6o. 

^Reuben L Boynton. Owasco, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Owasco, N.Y. * A.B. * Tea. * d. '47. 

Warren G Brown. in W. 93d St., New York City. 

Lawyer. * b. Cherry Valley, N.Y., 24:Mar.'23; son of Geo. and Eliza (Smith); prep., 
Albany. * 'i' B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Warrenton, Pa., "47-50; stu., Alb. law sch., 
adm. to N.Y. bar, '50; law.. Alb., '50-1; prof, of pleadings, evidence and practice. State and 
nat. law sch., Ballston Spa, and Poughkeepsie, '51-3; law., 170 Broadway, N.Y. city, '53-. 

* m. Emily A. Lockwood, N.Y. city, 3 Jul. '57. 

William Calderwood. Saharanpur, India 

Missionary. * b. Lochiwinnoch, Scot., 20 r)ec.'22. * A.B.; A.AL * Mass. agt. for 
tract soc. ; city miss., Cambridge, Mass.; miss, in India, '55. * Auth., "Memor. of L. G. 
Calderwood." * m. Lizzie P. Greenwood, '55; (2) Ernestina Souter, '63. 

*Duncan E Cameron. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lawyer. * b. Caledonia, .\.Y. * .\.B. * Law stu.; law., Milwaukee, Wis. * d. 
"02. 

John Carmichael. 

Farmer. * A.B. * Farmer, Amsterdam, N.Y. (last known address.) 

=--James Stevenson Cowper. North Queensbury, Scot. 

Clergyman. * b. Scotland. * A.B. * Theol. stu. ; clergyman in Scot. * d. '68. 

Aaron Hale Cronkhite. 78 W. Cedar St., Denver, Col. 

Miner. * b. Greenfield, N.Y., 24 Sep. '26; son of Justus A. and Sally (Hale); prep., 
Saratoga inst. and Troy conf. acad. * A.B. * Law., Hudson, N.Y., '48; banker. Wis., 
'48-61; lumberman. Wis., '61-72; hotel prop., Chicago, 111., '82: miner. Col. and Wyo., '82-. 
' m. Priscilla Allen, Broadalbin, N.Y., 24 Sep. '49; (2) Helen Allen, '51; (3) Rhoda Bowen, 
Neenah, Wis., '57. 

='-James Darrow. Black River Falls, Wis. 

Lawyer. * A.B. ' Law stu.; law., Black Rive: Falls, Wis. * d. '83. 

=^Edward Dodge. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Merchant. * A.B. ; .\.M. * Merch., Syracuse, N.Y. * d. '73. 

^Stephen Fradenburgh. Scriba, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Chatham, N.Y., 25 Aug.'22. * A.B.; A.M. * Farmer; tea.; Meth. 
clergyman. * m. Helen Boice, Moreau. * d. '68. 

"H Woodruff Freeman. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

. * A.B. * d. '49. 

^•^George Furbeck. Mt. Pleasant, N. J. 

Theological student. * b. Guilderland, N.Y., 29 Feb. '21 ; son of Henry R. and Eve. * 

♦ UK.: A.B. * Tea., Chesterville, .N.Y., '47-8; stu., N.B. theol. sem., '48-51. * Bros., 
Peter R., '54; Phillip, '54. * d. '51. 

^William E Hickco-x. Cincinnati, 0. 

Lnwyer. * 4>BK.; A. P.. * Law stu.; law., !Montrose, Pa.; Cincin., O. * d. 

Joseph Washington Hunsicker. 21 S. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lawyer. * b. Montgomery co., Pa., 24 Feb."29: son of Jos. and Eliz. (Moyer) ; prep.. 
Wash. Hall boarding sch. * Pres., theol. soc; Hebrew orat. : <f B K.; A.B. * Prin.. 
Wasli. Hall sch., Trappe, Pa.. '47-9; law stu., Easton law sch. and Phila.. '48-50; adm. to 
bar, 'so; law., Norristown, Pa., '50-6; Omaha, '56-8; Phila. (res., Olney), Pa., '58-. * 
Burgess, Norristown, Pa. * m. Mary L. Taggart, 26 Jun.'6i. 



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*Lauren Kellogg. Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * b. Perth, N.Y.,» 21 Tan.'24. * 4" B K. ; A.B. * Mfr. of linseed oil, 
Amsterdam, N.Y., '47-53. * m. Eliz. Miller, Perth, N.Y., 8 Jun.'48. * d i Oct.'ss. 

*Nathaniel Baker Klink. San Francisco, Cal. 

Clergj'man. * b. Bethlehem, N.Y., 25 Feb. '23. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '47-8; 
ley, '51-2; W.Galway, '52-3; pas., Ballston Spa, '53-5; Fairmount, '55-9; Sacramento, Cal., 
'60-1; \'alIejo, '61-83; Santa Paula and Hueneme, '83-4; Redding, '86-9; W. Berkeley, 
'90-2; Clements, '93-4; San Francisco, '94-5. * m. Eliz. Seymour, Albany, N.Y., 6 Sep. 
'53- * d- 13 May '95. 

*Gulian Lansing. Cairo, Egypt 

.Missionary. * b. '26. * A.B. * Theol. stu. ; miss., Cairo, Egypt. * D.D. * d. 
'92. 

Peter D McNab. York, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. York, N.Y, 5 Tan. '22; son of Danl. and Isabel. * <!' B K. ; A.B. * 
Theol. stu.; pas., Caledonia and Genesee. 

*Byron Mix. New York City. 

Artist. * A.B. * Designer on Scientiiic A»t., N.Y. city. "* d. 

^Charles Putnam. Byron, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Bethany, N.Y., 19 Jul. '22. * A.B. * Prin., Pike (N.Y.) sem.; 
clergyman. * m. Clarinda Hawley, Warsaw, N.Y., 19 Apr. '48. * d. 2 Feb. '78. 

Charles M Tallman. 

Lawyer. * * B K. ; Gr. salut. ; A.B. * Law stu.; law., N.Y. city (last known address.) 

Samuel M Tracy. 

Lawyer. * .K.B. * Law stu.; law., Newark, N.J. (last known address.) 

David TuUy. Media, Pa. 

Clergyman. * b. Brigham, Scot., 29 Aug.'i8; son of And. and Cath. (Dickey); prep., 
Peterboro gov't sch., Ontario, Can. * A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '47-50; ord. by 
Presbv. of .\lb., 13 Jun.'i;o; pas., Princetown, N.Y., '51-5; Ballston Spa, '55-i66; Belvidere, 
N.T.. '"66-72; Oswego, N.Y., '72-86; Media, Pa., '86-. * Chao., 77th N.Y. vols., '61-2. * 
D.'D., King's col. '8^3. 

1848 

*Ephraim R Akin. McGrawville, N. Y. 

Physician. * 4- B K. ; .\.B. * Med. stu., M.D.; phys., McGrawville, N.Y. * Bro., 
Wm. L., '4S. * d. '64. 

*William Lyman Akin. Watertown, Mass. 

Teacher. * b. Rotterdam. * <i> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Tutor, Union col., '49-50; tea., 
N.Y. city, '50-74; v.prin., Mt. Wash. col. inst., '74-7; prin., Univ. gram, sch., N.Y. city, 
'77-9; Watertown, Mass. * Bro., Eph. R., '48. * d. 29 Dec. '94. 

Thomas Eliakim Bliss. 2935 California St., Denver, Col. 

Clergyman. * Pres.; del. to '47 conv. * b. Brimfield, Mass., 25 Nov. '24; son of Thos. 
and Asenath (Phelps); prep., Munson acad. * Pres., Philomathean see. and class senate; 
class marshal; commenc.appt. ; <!> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '48-51; ord. (Cong.) 
N. Middleboro, Mass., 2jun.'52; pa.=!. there, '52-5; Blackstone, '55-61; Hancock, Mich., 
'62-3; agt. for Am. home miss. soc. in Mo., '63-4; pas., Memphis, Tenn., '64-70; Denver, 
Col., '71-80; Golden, '80-94; Highlands, Col., '94-6; Denver, '97-. * Pub., eulogies on 
Lincoln and Grant; address before Tenn. legis. and state tea. conv.; address at Lookout mt.; 
dedicatory orat. at nat. soldiers' cemetery, Memphis, Tenn. ; commenc. address. Ft. Collins, 
Col.; memor.-day addresses. * D.D., '78. * m. Lucinda H. Crane, Schenectady, N.Y., 
16 Jun.'52. 

^Lawrence L Comfort. Berea, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Crawford, N.Y. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., N.B. theol. sem., '48-51; 
pas., Whitehouse, N.J., '51-4; New Hurley, '54-71; Berea, '73-9. * Pres., co. agr. soc. * 
d. 21 Jul. '79- 



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DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



*Jacob B Decker. Red Creek, N. Y 

Lawyer. * b. Red Creek, N.Y., Sep.'23; son of •John and Isabella (Brinkerhoff). ' 
Pres., Adelphic soc. ; * B K. ; A.B. : A.M. * Law stu. ; law., Red Creek, N.Y. * m. Caro 
line Wood, Red Creek, Oct.'sg. * d. Apr'p/. 

*James Shaw Dobbin. Sycamore, 111 

Teacher. * b. Jackson, N.Y., 28 0ct.'22. * Prm., Washington (N.Y.) acad. ; Argyle 
acad. ; Sycamore, 111. * Priv. in army during civ. war. * m. Levantia L. Phillips, Bing 
hamton, N.Y., 29 Aug.'49. * d. Salem, N.Y., 27 Jul.'67. 

*Joel Huntington. Milwaukee, Wis 

Clergyman. * b. Chittenango, N.Y., 27 Oct. '22. * 'I>BK. ; A.B. * Tutor, Union 
col., '48-9; stu., Princ. theol. sem., '49-52; pas., VVaukeslia, Wis., '53-4; Milwaukee, '54. * 
d. Albany, N.Y., 12 Aug.'s4. 

-Joseph McCracken. St. Louis, Mo. 

Clergyman. * b. York, N.Y. * 4>BK.; A.B. * Pas., St. Louis, Mo. * d. 

*John A McFarland. Salem, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Jackson, N.Y., Apr.'34; son of Danl. and Mary (Corney) ; prep., Wash- 
ington acad. * A.B. * Prof., Wash, acad., Salem, N.Y. * m. Amanda Hawley, Cam- 
bridge, N.Y. * d. Dorchester, Mass., 6 Mar.'SS. 

*J Clemens Miller. Phoenixville, Pa. 

Clergyman. * 4>BK. ; A.B. * Theol. stu.; pas., Phoenixville, Pa. * d. 

*Robert Rogers. LaPorte, Ind. 

Teacher. * b. Lansingburg, N.Y., 8 Mar. '18; son of Robt. and Agnes (Moore); prep., 
Franklin acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Salem (N.Y.) acad., '48-50; tea., Charlotte acad., 
Davenport, N.Y., '50-1; prin., Un. acad., Harpersfield, N.Y., '51-3; prof, of Greek lang. 
and hist., N.Y. conf. sem., Charlotteville, '53-6; prin., Rockford (111.) h.s., '56-63; farmer, 
Rockford, '63-7; res., LaPorte, Ind.. '67-00. * m. Ina A. Lewis, Little Falls, N.Y., '52; 
(2) Mary h! Savage, Albany, 11 Oct.'54. * d. 5 Dec. '00. 

*Albert Y Schermerhorn. Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Physician. * A.B. * Med. stu., M.D.; phys.. Glens Falls, N.Y. * d. '82. 

Nicholas Judson Seeley. Avon, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Ballston, N.Y., iiSep.'2i. * <t> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Fort 
Plain, N.Y., '48-52; S. Ballston, '50-2; stu., Berkeley div. sch., '52-3; ord. (Epis.) N.Y. 
city, 22 May '53; pas.. Burnt Hills and Charlton, '53-7; tea., Ballston Spa inst., '57-9; pas., 
Bristol, Ct., '59-67; Plainville, '68-78; pas. (Cong.) Avon, Ct., '78-95; res., Avon, '95-. * 
Mem., Ct. h. of reps., '73. 

*Amos H Sill. Baltimore, Md. 

Clergyman. "^ A.B. * Theol. sem.; pas.. Baltimore, Md. * d. 

*James M Smeallie. Andes, N. Y. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Pattersonville, N.Y. * At Union, — . * Pas. (Unit. 
Presb.) Birmingham, N.Y. ; Kortright; prin., Andes acad. * m. Lydia A. Foster, Cam- 
bridge, N.Y. * Bro., Peter. '5J. * d. Sep.'68. 

William C Somers. Cottonwood Falls, Kan. 

Clergyman. * Theol. stu.; pes. (Unit. Presb.) Cuylerville, N.Y. ; Hobart; N.Salem, O. ; 
Sunnydale, Kan. ; Cottonwood Falls. 

*Lewis Tice. New York City. 

Physician. * * B K. : A.B. * Med. stu., M.D.; phys., N.Y. city. * d. 

Wickes Smith Titus. 617 Irving St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Victory, N.Y. , 23 Jun. '20; son of Jared and Rebecca (Green) ; 
prep., Hamilton lit. sem. * A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '48-50; pas., Bergen, 
N J, '50-1; Milltown, '51-2; tea., Pennington sem., N.J., '53-. prof., Falley sem., Fulton, 
N y'- ord. (Meth.) Camden, 4 Tun.'54; pas., Ogdensburg, '54-5; Canton, '56; Watertown, 

''57-8; Camden, '59-60: Weedspor' '" iv/r„..:,.„ >/:-. /-„,ij„„ .<.. t :ii.. >,;,_/;. \\r^\ 

cott. '67-8; Hamilton, '69-70; Yer 
Cleveland, '77-8; Central So.., '79 
sen, '88-90: w.c, Syracuse, '90- 
Bl-ooming Grove, N.Y., 19 Dec. '53. 



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Joseph M Wilkin. Montgomery, N. Y. 

Lawyer. "" b. Hamptonburg, N.Y., 18 Apr. '28; son of Danl. and Harriet (Haines); 
prep., Montgomery acad. * Commenc. appt.; <i>BK.; A.B., A.M. * Tea., Kinsley sch.. 
West Point, N.Y., '48-51; prin., Montgomery acad., '51-4; stu . Poughkeepsie law sch., "54, 
LL.B.; adm. to bar, N.Y., '54; law., Nashville, Tenn., '54-61; Montgomery, N.Y., '61-. * 
Pres., Montgomery & Erie ry., "66-. ' Contrib., N.Y. Tribune and co. papers. * m. 
Catherine C. Copley, Montgomery, 20 Oct. '61. 



1849 



"■•Henry Barnard Burr. Galveston, Tex. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. Hartford, Ct., 3 Jul.'23. * A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '49-52: ord. (Presb.) Nov.'53 ; pas., Freeport and Roslyn, N.Y., '52-5; N.Y. city, '55-6; 
Milwaukee, Wis., '57; Belvidere, 111., '57-8; Me.xico, Mo., '58-60: Ferguson, '60-2; Maline 
Creek, '62-5; Baltimore, Md., '67; tea,. Nealsville, '67-9; Seamen's ch., Wilmington, N.C., 
'69-71; 2d ch., '71-3; Galveston, Tex., '74-7; prin., Calvert acad., '77-80; Lewisville acad., 
'80-7. * d. '87. 

Robert Cruikshank. Oakes, Col. 

Clergyman and college professor. * b. Ireland, i Mar.'ji; son of Hugh and Eliz. ; 
prep., Ogdensburg and Alb. acads. and privately. * V.pres., senate; * B K. ; A.B. * 
Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '49-52: ord. (Presb.) Jun.'53; pas. and tea., Bellport, N.Y., '52-4; 
prin., Stillwater acad., '54-6; pas. and tea., Pottstown, Pa., '57-9; tea., Princeton, N.Y., 
'69; pas. (also h.s. prin., '72-5) Savannah, Mo., "71-5; prof, of Gr. and Lat. (pres., '76-82) 
Highland univ. of Kan., '75-82; orof. of Gr. and Lat., Emporia col., '82-7; pas., Montesano, 
Wash., '87-95; Oakes, Col., '95-- * D.D., '69. 



*John Edgar. 

Clergyman. 
* d. '80. 



•tHK.; A.B. 



N. Wilmington, Pa. 

Theol. stu.; pas.. New Bloomfield, Pa.; Chambersburg. 



*Spencer Jared Fowler. Hillsdale, Mich. 

College professor. * b. Groveland, N.Y., i Feb. '25. * A.B. * Tea., Geauga (N.Y.) 
sem., '48-50; prin., Kingsville (O.) acad., '50-4; prof, of math., Hillsdale col., '57-75- * 
Trustee, Hillsdale col., '57-75. * m. Mary E. Crawford, Geneva, O., u Apr.'so. * d. 
Saco, Me., 28 Aug.'75. 



^Robert Gray. 

Clergyman. ' 



A.B. 



Theol. stu. 



Somerville, Ind. 

pas. (Presb.) Somerville, Ind. * d. '89. 



Luther B Hart. 

Clergyman. * 
address.) 



*B K.; A.B. ; A.M. 



Theol. stu.; pas., Bridgeport, Ct. (last known 



George Henry Hearman. Lansingburg, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * h. Pittstown, N.Y., 31 Jan. "20; son of Jacob C .and Anna B. (Hearman). * 
A.B. * Law stu.: adm. to bar, '53; law., Lansingburg, NY., '53-. * Jus. of p., '60-78; 
police jus., 15 yrs. * m. Mary A. Comstock, Lansingburg, N.Y. 



*Theodore Hyatt. 

Teacher. * b. Yorktown, N.Y. 



At Union, 



Westchester, Pa. 

Tea., Westchester, Pa. 



John A King. 

Lawyer. * Lat. salut. ; * B K. ; A.B. 
known address.) 

*Sanford B Kinney. 

Merchant. * b. Scott, N.Y. * At Union, — . 



Law stu.; law., N.Y. city; Troy, N.Y. (last 



Scott, N. Y. 

Merchant, Scott, N.Y. * d. '62. 



*Henry Axtell Lounsbury. San Francisco, Cal. 

Clergyman. * b. Ovid, N.Y., 26 0ct.'27. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '51-3; 
Un. theol. sem., '53-4; ord. (Cong.) Hampton Falls, N.H., 13 Feb. '56: pas., Seabrook, '56-8; 
Beverly, Mass., '58-9; Wilton, Me., '60-2; Richmond, '62-5; Hyannis, Mass., '66-9; Shir- 
ley Village, '70-7; Granville, N.Y., '82-3; San Francisco, Cal., '83-9S. * d. 4 Oct.'98. 



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DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



*George McQueen. Corisco, Afr. 

Missionary. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., '26; son of Geo. * <I> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Princ. 

theol. sem., '49-52; ord. (Presb.) 27 Sep.'sa; miss., Corisco, Afr., '52-9. * d. Ugovi, Afr., 
25 Mar.'sg. 



^William J Magill. 

Clergyman. * A.B. 



Theol. stu.; pas., Canonsburg, Pa. 



Canonsburg, Pa. 

d. '55. 



Abel Merchant. Nassau, N. Y. 

Farmer and insurance. * Ed., Ouden Adelon. * b. Schodack, N.Y., 31 Jan.'ap. * 
V.pres., Philomathean soc. ; commenc. appt. ; <t>BK. ; A.B. * Farmer and ins. agt., Nas- 
sau, N.Y., '49- * Sec. and treas., Nassau and Schodack cemetery assn., '63-; sec. and 
treas., Nassau, Schodack, and Chatham mut. ins. assn., '65-; pres., bd. of trustees, Nassau 
acad., '79-; pres., Nassau lib. assn., '79. * m. Clara L. Doty, Stephentown, N.Y., 15 
Jan.'68. 



*Nathaniel Merritt. 

. * Adm. by Hamilton. 

*Ransom R Peck. 

Farmer. * At Union, — . * d. 

*Hermon Periy. 

Teacher. • * b. Wyoming, N.Y. 



Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

At Hamilton, '45-7; at Union, '47-9, A.B. * d. 

Senecaville, 0. 



Sacramento, Cal. 
A.B. * Tea., Sacramento, Cal. * d. '76. 

William Gary Phillips. Etna, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Bristol, N.Y., 21 Feb.'22. * A.B. * Stu., Roch. theol. sem., '50-3; 
ord. (Bap.) Burnt Hills, N.Y., 3oOct.'47; pas. there; Canandaigua; Pt. Byron, Throop; 
miss., Minn., '58-63; pas., Pt. Byron, S .Butler, N. Manlius, Centerville, E. Green, Etna, 
Virgil, DeRuyter, Beaver Meadow; w.c, Etna, 'S7-. 

Gardner R Scriven. New York City. 

Lawyer. * At Union, — 



Law stu.; law., N.Y. city. 



''David Haven Thayer. Enfield, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Williams. * b. Heath, Mass., 21 May '25. * At Williams, 
'45-7; at Union, '47-9, A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '49-50: Yale div. sch., '50-2; ord. 
(Cong.) Mt. Carmel, Ct., "5 Jan.'53; pas. there, '53-66; E. Windsor, '66-78; Enfield, '78-82. 
* d. 19 Sep.'82 

*James S Warner. 

. ♦ A.B. * d. 

*John Williams, Jr. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * Theol. stu.; pas., Delavan, Wis. * d. '61. 



New Orleans, La. 
Delavan, Wis. 



1850 



Elizur Webster Beebe. 

Physician. * A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Chicago med. col. 
Elizabeth, 111. Mast known address.) 



M.D. ; phys., Vicksburg, Mich. 



At Union, — . * Law stu.; law., Kalamazoo, Mich. 



John C Bishop. 

Lawyer. * b. Austerlitz, N.Y. 
(last known address.) 

'-Joseph Wales Biickland. Rochester, N. Y. 

Theological school professor. "- b. Deerfield, N.Y., 16 Dec. '29. * * B K. ; A.B. * 
Stu., Un. theol. sem., '53-5; ord. (Bap.) 21 Jun.'ss; pas., N.Y., city, '55-6; Sing Sing, N.Y., 
'57-64; N.Y. city, '64-9: prof., Roch. theol. sem., '69-77. * D.D., '69; LL.D. * d. 30 
Jan.'77. 

Daniel J Darrow. Brookings, S. D. 

Editor. * b. 17 Dec. '27; son of Jas. and Rachel (ISIcGee); prep., Schenectady. * 
<I>BK.; A.B. * Prin., Schenectady (N'-Y.) Lyceum, '50-6; sch. supt., Waupun, Wis., 
'61-7; nierch.. Mason, Mich., '67-79; sch. supt., '79-81; ed., Brookings co. (S.D.) Sentinel, 
'81-. * m. Marion L. Jenkins, Lewis, N.Y., 7 Oct.'52. 



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*Henry Gardiner. 

Civil engineer. * b. 



Albany, N.V. 



A.B.; A.M. 



Civ. eng. 



Merced, Cal. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Andrew Gordon. Madhopin, India 

Missionary. * At Union, '46-8. * Stu.. Franklin col., '48-50; stu., Canonsburg^ Pa., 
'50-3; miss., Punjab, India, '55-64; pas., Clairsville, O., '65-6; Phila., Pa., '67-8; Cedar 
Rapids, la., '69-75; Ourdaspur, India, '76-83; Madhopin, '83- 

*Edwin D Helm. Quincy, 111. 

Physician and dentist. * b. Orange co., X.V., 8 Mar.'so. * A.B. ;A.M. * Stu., N.Y. col. 
of phys. and surgs., '50-3, M.D. ; phys., St. Louis, Mo., '53-65; Quincy. 111., '63-93. * 
Prof, and lect., on principles and practice of surgery, Quincy nied. col., '85-6. * Auth., 
many poems. * m. Hariette \'ail, Montgomery, X.V., 2 Sep. '52. * d. Quincy, 111., '93. 



''Charles J Lansing. 

Lawyer. * b. Lansingburg, N.V. * At Union, — . 
— . * d. Lansingburg, 2? Feb. '94. 

'T Willard Lewis. 

Clergyman. * At Union. — . * Theol. stu.; pas. 



Lansingburg, N. Y. 

Law stu.; law., Lansingburg, 



Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston, S.C. * d. '71. 



Abraham Brower Longtaker. Norristown, Pa. 

Lawyer. * b. Lower Providence, Pa., 21 Apr.'28; son of Henry and Cath. (Brower); 
prep.. Wash. Hall. * At Franklin and Marshall, '47-8, Diagnothian lit. soc; at Union, 
'48-50, Philomathean lit. soc; class orat. ; * B K. ; A.B. * Tea.. Phila. (Pa.) pub. schs., 
'50-2; stu.. State and Xat. law sch., N.Y. city. '52-3, B.L. ; adm.. to Pa. bar, '53; law., Nor- 
ristown, '5.3-68; judge, 3d jud. dist.. Pa.. '68-78; law., Allentown, '79-84; Fla. cts., '84-9; 
Easton, Pa., '89-95; Norristown, '95-. * Serg., indep. milit. co., '62; mustered in, '63; 
Q.M., 4Tst vols.; commissary of brigade; disch., '63. * Mem., Pa. h. of reps., '55-8; 
speaker, '58; del. to Pa. Dem. conv., '55; direct., bank of Mont, co., '63; pres., '64-8; sec, 
Pa. agr. soc, '60-9; Norristown sch. direct., '54-7, and sec. of bd. ; notary pub., '58-61. * 
Mem., Civics, '96-. * m. .Mary M. Slingluff, .Vorristown, Pa., 8 Dec. '95 

Alexander McWilliam. Somerville, N. J. 

(Tlergyman. * b. Wigliton co., Scot.. 8.'\ug.'26; son of Jolin and Eliz. (McMoreland). 
* Pres., Philomathean soc; + B K. ; ."X.B. * Stu.. .Vewburg theol. sem., '50-4; ord. (Unit. 
Presb.) '56; pas., E. ^Millstone, N.T.; Somerville. * m. Marg. S. Kernochan, 24 Nov.'59. 



George H Mann. 

Lawyer. * At Union, — . 



Buenos Ayres, S. A. 

Law stu.; law., Buenos .\yres, S.A., — . 



*William C Rogers. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Physician. * At Union. — . * Med. stu., M.D. ; phys., Sclienectady, N.V. * d. '50. 

*Stephen Searle. Caatsban, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * Stu., N.B. theol. sem., '50-3; pas,, Manahawkin, N.T., '53-9; 
Griggstown, '59-72; Caatsban, N.V., '73-85. * d. 9 Tan. '85. 



*Silas Smith. 

Teacher. * -I-BK.; A.B. ; A.M. * Tea.. Half Moon, N.V. 



Half Moon, N. V. 

d. 's/- 



*Cornelius J Vanderbilt. 

Capitalist. * b. 29 Dec.'30. * .\t L^nion, 



New York City. 

* Capitalist, N.V. city. * d. 2 Apr.'82. 



*Robert Howard Wallace. Steele, N. D. 

Clergyman. * <t> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Newburg theol. sem.. '50-4: pas., E. Springfield, 
N.Y., '54-6; Little Britain, Pa.. '56-63; Steele, N.D., '63-8. * Chap., 19th N.V. vols., 91st 
N.V. vols., and 1 68th U.S. vols. * d. "68. 



*Joshua K Yeakel. 

Student. * b. Hereford, Pa. 



>t>B K.; A.B. 



d. 's^o. 



Hereford, Pa. 



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185I 

Daniel Fort Akin. Farmington, Minn. 

Farmer and surveyor. * b. Johnsonville, N.Y., 21 Jan.'jS; son of Justus H. and Marg. 
(Eycclishymer) ; prep., Troy conf. acad. * Pres., Adelpliic soc. ; 4" B K. ; A.B. * Rod- 
man on Alb. & Binghamton ry., '51; asst. eng., Alb. N. ry., '52-3; Richmond & Danville 
ry-) "53-4; chief eng., Roanoke Valley ry., '54-5; Minn. cent, ry., '56; farmer and surv., 
Farmington, Minn., '56-. * .lus. of p.; town assessor; chairman town supervisors, and 
CO. comrs.; pres., cemetery assn. ; pres. and treas., co. agr. soc. * Auth., "Wheat cul- 
ture"; "Flax cultvire"; "My experience in growing apples in Minn."; "Best variety ef 
apples for cent. Minn." * m. Deborah E. Fort, Johnsonville, N.Y., 27 Nov.'56. 

Luman B Chamberlain. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * Theol. stu. ; pas., Topeka, Kan. (last known address.) 

*Williani Currie. Sterling, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Sterling, N.Y. * A.B. * Theol. .stu.; pas., Sterling. * d. '62. 

Jacob Fry. 7301 Germantown Av., Philadelphia, P? 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc. ; del. to '51 coiiv. * b. Trappe, Pa., 9 Feb. '34. * A.B. 
Stu., Gettysburg theol. sem., '51-3; ord. (Luth.) Reading, Pa., '53; pas., Carlisle, '54-65; 
Reading, '65-96; prof, of homiletics and sacred orat., Luth. theol. sem., '91; res., Phila., 
Pa., '96-. * Sec, Pa. Luth. Ministerium, '69-71; treas., Ministerium and Luth. theol. 
sem., Phila., '79-84; ed.. Helper and Church lesson leaves, '76-81. * D.D., '73. * Auth., 
Hist, of Trinity Luth. ch. of Reading, Pa.," '94; "Elem. homiletics," '97 (rev. ed., '01). 
m. E. J. Wattles, Gettysburg, Pa., 13 Sep. '55. 

''George Marshall Howe. . Framingham, Mass. 

Physician. * .4 dm. by Williams. * b. Sudbury, Mass., 2 Jul. '24. * At Williams, 
47-9; at Union, '49-51. * Stu., Harv. med. sch., '51-4, M.D.; phys.. Harvard, Mass., 
54-64; Framingham, '64-82. * m. Harriet M. Howe, Harvard, Mass., 17 Tan. '55. * d. 
:6 Sep."82. 

*Charles Montgomery Livingston. Germantown, Pa. 

Clergyman. * b. Gloversville, N.Y., T8 0ct.'28; son of Stephen and Maria (Hartshorn). 
A.B. * Tea., Florida, Mamaroneck, Ovid, Oneida, N.Y., Bankers. Mich., and Johnstown, 
N.Y. ; merch., Hillsdale, N.Y. ; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '61-4; ord. (Presb.) Wellsville, N.Y., 
9 Aug.'64; pas. there, '64-7; Chillicothe, Mo., '67; C^ilbertsville, N.Y., '68-70; Watertown, 
'70-7; Cincin., O., '77; Cleveland, '80; Indianapolis, '81; evang., '81-90; Winter Park, Fla., 
'91-2; Hyattsville, Md., '92-7; Point Pleasant, N.J., '98; Germantown, '99-00. * m. Mar- 
cia B. MacDonald, Johnstown, N.Y., 10 Sep. '55. * d. Point Pleasant, N.J., 6 Jul.'oo. 

Andrew Mclntyre. Coventryville. N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Pres., senate; A.B. * Theol. .stu., ord. (Cong.) Perry, N.Y., 10 Oct. '58; 
pas.. Long Ridge, Ct., Vernon Centre; New Village, N.Y.; Lake Grove, '90-5; res., Brook- 
lyn, '95-8; pas., Coventryville, '98-. 

Ambrose C Spicer. Bassee Creek, Mich. 

. * A.B. * Janesville, Wis.: Bassee Creek, Mich. 

James Howell Vail. Forman, N. D. 

Lawyer. * A.B. ; .^.M. * Law stu.: law., St. Louis, '55-82; Fargo. S.D., '83-; For- 
man, N.D., — . * Mem., St. Louis city council, '55-6; asst. circ. atty., '56-60; circ. atty., 
15th jud. dist. of Mo., 2 yrs; judge of 15th dist., '65-73; Sargent co., N.D.; Ct., '85- 

Charles Stuart Vedder. ii6 Church St., Charleston, S. C. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * h. Schenectady, N.\'., 6 Oct. '26; son of Albert A. and Susan 
(Fulton); prep., Schenectady Lyceum acad. * Pres., Philomathean; 4' B K. ; A.B. * 
Tutor, L''nion col., '51-2; ed., Schenectady, N.Y.; ord. (Huguenot) Apr.'6i ; pas.. Summer- 
ville, S.C; Charleston, '66- * Poet of *BK., '76; pres., N.E. soc. of Charleston, '86. * 
D.D., N.Y. and Charleston; LL.D., Charleston. * m. Helen A. Scovel, Albany, N.Y., 7 
Jun.'54. 

Franklin Day Wright. 159 East Genesee St., Auburn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Moravia, N.Y. ; son of Chaimcey and Mary L. ; prep., Cortland acad. * 
Class pres.; Gr. salut. ; A.B.: A.M. * Law stu.; adm. to bar, '52; law., Auburn. * Priv., 
158th N.Y. vols , in civ. war 



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Carbondale, Pa. 

ord. (Bap.) Carbondale, 



Cedarville, 0. 



1852 
*Edward L Bailey. 

Clerg>'man. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Roch. Iheol. sem., '52-4; 
Pa., "54; pas. there, '54-63; Harrisburg, '63-4. * d. about '70. 

Robert Hood. 

Lawyer and civil engineer. ' b. Livingston, N.Y., 8 Jan. '29; son of Henry and Cath. 
(Proper); prep., Hudson acad. * Philomathean lit. soc; A.B. * Civ. eng. on rys. in 
N.Y., Pa., and O., '52-6; asst. eng., Erie canal enlargement, '56-7; chief eng., Cincin., Leb- 
anon & Xenia ry., '57; asst. eng., Pac. ry. of Mo.: topogr. asst., geol. surv. of Ky. ; chief 
eng., II!. river ry., Cincin., Wilmington & Zanesville ry. ; law stvi., Albany, N.Y., LL.B., 
'61; adm. to bar, '61; chief eng., Cincin., Hamilton & Dayton, and Dayton & Mich, rys,., 
'62-6; Rondout & Oswego ry. ; Rhinebeck & Ct. ry. ; Catskill & Schoharie valley ry. ; div. 
eng., West shore ry. ; div. eng., then chief eng., B.,H.T.\V. ry: Hudson & Poughkeepsie 
ry. ; city eng., Kingston, N.Y., '83-4; city surv., Hudson; law., Cedarville, O., '96-. * 
.Auth., "Agr. eng.": '"The seven days creation." * m. Nannie J. Jackson. 



*George Marshall. 

Clergyman. * b. Co. Derry, Ire., '30. * A.B. * 
ord. (Presb.) 12 May '56; pas., Rock Church, Md., '56-61. 



Rock Church, Md. 

Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '52-5; 
* d. Pair Hill, Md., 27 Feb.'6i. 



*John Joseph Parker Ostrander. Hot Springs, Ark. 

Dentist. * b. Hoosick, N.Y., 22 Sep.' 18. * At Union. — . * Ins. agt., '50-4; rep., 
Albion, Mich.; merchant. Kankakee, 111.: rep., Chicago (111.) ei'ot. Journal, '58-66; res., 
N.Y. city, '66-7; Phila., Pa., '67-8; Morrisville, '68-77: Chicaeo, 111., '77-8; dentist, Hot 
Spgs., Ark., '78-88. * m. Clarissa H. Wait, Kankakee, 111., Feb.'5S. * d. 21 Nov.'Sf. 

Washington Irving Pond. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Insurance. " 4>BK.; A.B.: A.M. * Tea., Alexandria. Va., '53-4; stu.. Concord 
Bibl. inst., '54-6; pas. (^teth.) N.Y. and Vt., '56-63; gov. clerk, Washington, DC, 
'63-7; grocer, Saratoga Spa, N.Y., '67-72; ins. agt., '75-84; book agt. & ins., '84-96; exec, 
of bro's. est , '96-. 



=!=Carlos Swift. 

Clergyman. * b. Fabius, N.Y. 
(last known address.) * d. 

John J Thompson. 

Lawyer. * <1> B K. ; A.B 
dress.) 



At L'nion, 



Theol. stu.; pas., Chicago, 111. 



Law stu.; law.. Blooming Grove, N.Y. (last known ad- 



1853 



*John Gibson. Ryegate, Vt. 

Clergyman. * b. Ryegate, Vt., i Jun.'30. * *BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. theoL 
sem., '^4-5; ord. (Presb.) '60; pas.. Galena, 111., '58-9 Wheatland, la., '59- w.c, Washing- 
ton, '60-8; Ryegate, Vt., '68. * d. 8 Mar.'68. 

John Goodwin Gray. Ellenville, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Greenfield, N.Y., 4 Feb.'29. * <!• B K. ; A.B.; .A.M. * Tea., S. fern, 
col.. Hinds CO.. Miss., '53-8; adm. to Miss, bar, '55; law., Pt. Gibson, '58-61; tea., Cayuga, 
'61-3; St. Louis, Mo., '63-4; Greenfield, N.Y., '64-5; law., '65-9; res., Fla., '69-71; Ellen- 
ville, N.Y., '71-. * Jus. of p.; town supervisor. * Auth., 'Rise and progress of Meth. 
in the Wawarsing and Mamakating valleys," '98; "Old stone church at Wawarsing," '99; 
letters on Fla.; articles on spelling reform. * m. Eliz. Hutchins, Cayuga, Miss., 27 Dec. '54. 

John Harper. Smithville, 111. 

Clergyman. * b. near Balbymena, Ire.; son of Wm. and Jane (Wallace); prep., Cam- 
bridge acad. * A.B. * Stu., Cannonsburg and Xenia theol. sems., '54-6; ord. (Unit. 
Presb.) -Argyle, N.Y., '58; pas., Lisbon Center, '58-72; Smithville, 111., '73-. * m. Eliz. 
Moore. Johnstown, N.Y., 2 Mar.'6i. 



William J Johnston. 

Clergyman. * At Union, 
address). * A.M. 



Theol. stu.; pas., F'reeport, 111.; Peoria (last known 



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Abraham G Lansing. New Salem, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Son of Julian V. P. * At Union, — . * Theol. stu. ; pas., Lishas 
Kill, N.Y., '57-9; New Salem. * d. 

*James C Laverty. New York City. 

Clergyman. * b. s Eeb.'-'2. * * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Pas. (Presb.) Maple, Pa., 
'S7~9< Conshohocken; rect. (Epis.) Bellefonte; Canton, O. ; w.c, Phila., Pa., and X.Y. city. 
* Chap.. U.S. army during civ. war. * d. 20 Ian. '87. 



Coila, N. Y. 

Theol. stu.; pas., Jackson, X.Y. * d. 



*James P McArthur. 

Clergyman. * b. Coila, N.Y. * A.B. 

IS .Anr.'59. 

Charles C Miller. Marengo, 111. 

Bee-keeper. ' b. Ligonier, Pa.. lojun.'ji; son of J. J. and Phoebe; prep., Ligonier 
and Canonsburg. * German orat. ; <t> B K. ; A.B. * Med. stu., univ. of Mich., '53-6, 
M.D.; phys., Earlville, 111., '56; Marengo, '57-87, prin., Marengo schs., '58-62; bee-keeper, 
'87- * Pres., N.A. bee-keepers' soc. and N.W. bee-keepers' soc. * Auth., "A book by 
P. Benson, Sr.," '73; "A year among the bees," '86. * Contrib., Gleanings in bee culture; 
^.m. bee jour. * .Apiary ed.. Standard diet. * m. Mrs. Helen M. White, Mareys, 111., 
'57; (2)Sidney J. Wilson, '81. 



Springfield, Tenn. 

Law stu.; law., Nashville, Tenn.; Springfield. * 

Conshohocken, Pa. 

^ Tea.; farmer, Rad- 



-John Hargnett Miller. 

T^awyer. * b. Pa., '31. * A.B. 
d. about '65. 

George W Righter. 

Farmer. * b. Spring Mill, Pa., 17 Jun.'3i. * At Union, — . 
nor. Pa.: Conshohocken. 

Andrew Jackson Rodman. Delavan, Wis. 

Physician. * b. Summit, N.Y., 22 May '30; son of Asa and Olive (Culver); prep., N.Y. 
conf. sem. * Pres., Adelphic soc; A.B. * Med. stu., Rush col, M.D.; tea., Delavan, 
Wis. and Geneva, N.Y., '54-8; phys., Huntley, 111., '58-74; Darien and Delavan, Wis., '74-. 
* Jus. of p.; pol. jus.; alderman; town svipervisor; prof, of anat. and surg.. Wis. dental 
col.; san. surg. during war. * INlem., l"ox River med. soc, HI. * m. Helen A. Streeter, 
Lake Geneva, Wis., 15 Aug.'sS. 

Hiram Scofield. Washington, la. 

Lawyer. * b. Hadley, N.Y., ; Jul. '30; son of Wm. and Susan (Bishop); prep., Cam- 
bridge acad. * A.B. * Tea., Little Rock, Ark., '53-5; stu.. Alb. law sch., '55-6; adm. 
to N.Y. bar, Albany, '56; law., Washington, la., '56- * ist lieut., Co. H, 2d la. sup. reg. ; 
asst. adjt. gen. (rank of cap.) '62; col., 47th U.S.C.I., Apr. '63; brev. brig, gen.. Mar. '65; 
t'.ity solicitor, Wasl)., '68; pres., elector, '68. * m. Amelia B. Wilson, Lodora, la., Oct. '66. 

*Peter Smeallie. Andes, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Del. and pres.. '52 conv. * b. Pattersonville, N.Y., i Apr."29. * <t> B K. ; 
A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Jackson. IMiss.. '53-5; prin., Johnstown (N.Y.) acad., 'S5-6o; Andes 
acad., '64-7. * ni. Harriette Candee, Hagaman's Mills, N.Y., 10 Aug.'sg * Bro., Jas. 
U., '4S. * d, 4 Feb.'67. 



*Alvah Traver. 

Lawyer. * <1> B K. 
pictures," '85. * d. 



A.B. * Law stu. 
;3 Sep.'ge. 



law., Troy, N.Y. 



Sand Lake, N. Y. 

Sand Lake. * Auth., "Pen 



William Clarke Whitford. Milton, Wis. 

College president. * b. Edmeston, N.Y., 5 May '28; son of Saml. and Sophia (Clarke); 
prep., Brookfield acad. and DeRuyter inst. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '53-6; 
ord. (7-day Bap.) New Market, N.J., 13 Apr.' 56; i)as., Milton, Wis., '56-9; Rock River, 
Wis., '93-6; pres., Milton col., '58-. * Pres., 7-day Bap. gen. conf., '67, '78; Wis. state 
tea. assn., '65; mem. legis. of Wis., '68; regent. Wis. norm. schs. '67-73; state supt. of 
pub. instr., Wis., '78-82; ed., Wis. Jour, of educ., '78-82; 7-^(131 Bap. qxiar., '84; cor. ed.. 
Sabbath recorder, '89-; cor. sec, 7-day Bap. educ soc, '87-95, mem. of com. to provide a 
denominat. exhibit at World's fair, '93. * Auth., "Hist, of educ. in Wis.''; ''Hist, of 
Milton col.", '76; "Hist, of educ. among 7-day Baps.". '78; "(iniding sch. system for 
country schs. of Wis."'. '80; "Plans ai'd specifications for country and village sch. houses," 
'8.;; ann. reps, of state supt. of pub. instr. in Wis., '78-82; "t)utlin2 instr. in eloc" '96; 
"Semi-centen. hist, of the N.W. 7-day Bap. a^sn.", '96; "Address at dedication of the min- 
isters" monument, Honkinton, R.I.", '99; "Decisive battles of the civ. war in the Glorieta 
Pass., N.M., '00: "Hist, of town of Milton, Wis.." '01. * D.D., Blackburn "8^. * ra. 
Elmina E. Coon, DeRuyter, N.Y., i9 0ct.'5o; (2) Ruth Hemphill, Shiloh, N.J., 23 Mar.'52. 



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Albert Woodcock. Oregon City, 111. 

Lawyer. * Adm. tyy Wesleyan. * b. Can.. 6 Jul. '29. * At Wesleyan, '49-51; at 
Union,' '51-3, '}>BK.; A.B. * Law stu. ; law., Oregon City, 111. * Cap., maj., and brev. 
lieut. col., 92d 111. vols., '62-5; co. treas., co. clerk and judge. * m. Lucy L. Dake, '53; 
(2) Jennie McDaid, '75. 

1854 

Ormanzo Allen. Austin, Minn. 

Lawyer. * b. Alfred, N.Y.. 17 Mar.'j6; son of Abram and Dorcas; prep., Alfred univ. 
" A.B. * Law stu., Janesville, Wis., '54-6; law., Austin, Minn., '56-. * Provost mar- 
shal, ist dist. of Minn.; co. judge. * m. Eliza A. Alexander, Milwaukee, Wis., 4 Sep. 
'56. 



^John James Cameron. 

Clergyman and teacher. * 
(Presb.) I Dec. '57; pas., New 
Va., 15 May '62. 



Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

"tBK.: .-\.B.; A.M. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '54-7; ord. 
Scotland, N'.Y., '57-60; tea., Saratoga Spa, '60-1. * d. in 



*Orlow W Chapman. Binghamton, N. Y. 

U.S. solicitor general. * b. Ellington, Ct., 7 Jan. '32. * 4>BK. ; A.B. * Tea., Fer- 
gusonville (N.Y.) acad., '54-6; law stu., '56-8; adm. to bar. '58; law., Binghamton, '56-89; 
solic. gen. of U.S., Wash., D.C.. '89-90. ** Dist. atty., Broome co., '62-8; mem., N.Y. 
senate, '67-71; supt., N.Y. state ins d.ept.. '72-6. * d. 19 Jan. '90. 



*Jolin Cromlish. 

Clergyman. * At Union, 



New York City. 

Theol. stu.; pas. (Epis.) N.Y. city. * d. 



Amos Russell Cornwell. 

Teacher. * A.B. ' Tea., Cent. Meth. univ., Ordway, S.D. 



d. '93- 



Ordway, S. D. 



Peter Rensselaer Furbeck. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Guilderlatid, N.Y., 9 Aug. '35 ; son of Henry R. and Eve (Passage) ; 
prep., Christerville, N.Y., and New Brunswick, N.J. * <i>BK.; A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., 
Troy (N.Y.) acad., '54-5; Schoharie acad., '55-6; Milwaukee univ.. Wis., '56-7; Co-xsackie 
(N.Y.) acad., '57-8; Lansingburg acad., '58-63; Troy hs., '63; stu.. Alb. med. col., '63-4; 
L.I. col. hosp., '65, M.D.; house phys., Alb. city hosp. and asst surg., Ira Harris milit. 
hosp., '65; phys. and surg., Gloversville, N.Y., '65-. * U.S. med. exam, for pensions, 
66-83; mem., Gloversville bd. of educ, '66-88; trustee, Union col., '85-9. * Contrib., 
Alb. med. annals: Transaction!: of N.Y. mod. soc. * Mem., Am. acad. of med.; N.Y. 
state med. soc. * m. Susan H. Richards, Lansingburg, N.Y., 20 Jun.'67. * Bros.. Geo., 
'47; Philip, '^4: son. Geo. H.. '02. 

H'Philip Furbeck. St. Johnsville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Fres. * b. Guilderland, N.Y., 29 Dec. '32; son of Henry R. and Eve 
(Passage); prep., New Brunswick, N.J. * 4'BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Brainard's 
Bridge, Troy and Schoharie, N.Y.; stu., N.B. theol. sem., '56-9; ord., Fonda, N.Y., '59; 
pas., Fonda, Cnesterville, Buskirk's Village and Farmer Village; Little Falls, N.J.; St. 
Johnsville. N.Y.; W.Copake, N.Y. * m. .Vlarv Wells, Fultonville, N.Y., i5jun.'59. * 
Bros.. Ceo., '47 ; Peter R., '34; sons. Geo. IV.. '87, Hotvard R.. '97. * d. 23 Jul. '99. 

Wolcott Noble Griswold. 106 Eddy St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Physician. * b. Angelica, N.Y., i5Aug.'33; son of Elijah and Esther (Geiger) ; prep.. 
Mission inst. * Pres.. Philomathean soc; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Alb. med. col., '55-8; 
Castleton med. col., '58-9, M.D.;.phys., r}uincy, 111., '59-62; trav. across continent to 
mines, Mont., Id. and Or.. '62-3; phys., Portland, Or., '64-5; Pontiac, Mich., '66-7; San 
Francisco, Cal., '68-. * Sec, Cal. state med. soc. of homeo. practitioners, '71-7; mem., 
com. on med. legis. and aid in securing passage of Cal. med. law of '76; sec, state bd. of 
med. exam., '76-8; coroner, Multnomak co.. Or., '64-5. * Auth., "Wealth and poverty of 
nations and evolution of industry," '87. * Contrib.. "Cyclo. of pure materia medica." * 
m. Jerusha Frazar, Portland, Or., i Jan'65. * Bro., John V.. '65. 



Nathaniel Palmer Henderson. 

Broker. * b. 31 Mar. '33. * At Union, — . 
E. Barney, Prattsville, N.Y., 28 Aug.'56. 



17 New St., New York City. 

Tea.; broker. X.Y. city. * m. Mary 



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*John Leslie Kehoe. Worcester, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Del. to '52 conv. * b. Amsterdam, N.Y., 3 May '28. * <I>BK. ; A.B.; 
A.M. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem.. '54-7; ord. (Presb.) aojun.'s;; pas., Manalpan, N.J., 
'57-75; A'\'orcester, N.Y., '75-6. * d. Albany, \'.Y., 8 Nov. '76. 



♦Prosper M Miller. 

Teacher. * * B K. ; A.B.; 
tea., Alfred univ. * d. '87. 



A.M. 



Farmer and surv. ; prin.. 



Alfred, N. Y. 

Alfred (N.Y.) acad;; 



Edwin Hiram Peterson. 

Lawyer. * b. Scottsville, A'.Y., 7 Nov. '30. 
111.; McHenry; Brooklyn, N.Y.; Montrose. 



Montrose, N. Y. 

^ Law., Nunda, N.Y. ; Brooklyn; Chicago, 
m. 16 Oct. '56. 



*Heman H Pierce. 

Sailor. * b. Davenport, N.Y. 



At Union, 's:-2. 



Davenport, N. Y. 

Lost at sea. 



'^Andrew J Southwick. Tipton, la. 

Lawyer. * At Union, '50-3. * Law stu., Cambridge, N.Y., '53-5; law., Tipton, la., 
'55. * m. Mary B. Gray, Cambridge, N.Y., 2 Oct.'ss. * d. 2 Nov. '55. 

*Philo G Valentine. St. Louis, Mo. 

College professor. * b. Berkshire, N.Y., 10 Apr.'3o. * A.B.; A.M. * Med. stu., 
univ. of Mich., '54-6, ALD.; phys., Nevv Orleans, La., '56-61; asst. surg. and surg., 2d Ky. 
reg. C.S.A., '61-5; phys., New Orleans, '65-72; prof, of prins. and prac. of surg., homeo. 
med. col. of Mo., '72-84; registrar, '73-84. * Ed., St. Louis Clinical rev. * m. Kate R. 
Baird, jMurfreesboro, Tenn., '62; (2) Clara V. Hodge, St. Louis, Mo., '79. * Bro., Ros- 
ivell D.. '57. * d. Middletown, N.Y., 22 Dec. '84. 



1855 

■■^Alexander Adair. Moscow, Ida. 

Clergyman. * b. County Down, Ireland, 2 l'"eb.'28; prep., Delaware acad. * 'I' B K. ; 
A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Brainard's, N.Y., '55-6; stu., Newbu'-g theol. sem., '56-9; temp. chap, 
in U.S. army; asst. pas. (Ref. Presb.) Mongaup V^alley, N.Y. '58-66; pas.. Oxbow, '66-82; 
Waitsburg, Wash., '82-7; Moscow, Ida., '87-00. ' m. Emeline C. McCauley, Stanley, 
N.Y., 2y Oct.'59. * Son, Jos. .-i., Hamilton, '84. * d. zj Sep. '00. 



Henry Dean Burlingame. 

Lawyer. * 4' B K. ; A.B.; A.M. 



Albany, N. Y. 



Frederick Augustus Chase. Fisk Univ., Nashville, Tenn, 

Teacher. * b. King's Ferry, N.Y., 29 Jan. '33; son of Henry and Harriet (King); prep., 
Homer acad. ^ At Union, '53-4; at Michigan, '57-9. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '60-3; 
ord. (Cong.) Parishville, N.Y.. Aug.'63: pas. there, '63-4; Lyndonville, '64-8; pres., Lyons 
(la.) fern, col., '68-70; bus., Lyons, '70-2; prof., Fisk univ., '72- * A.M., Milton col. 
* m. Julia A. Spence, Detroit, Mich., 13 Aug.'63. 



*Joseph L Clark. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * 

♦William Henry Essex. 

* At Union, 



Theol. stu.; pas., Titusville, Pa. 
— . * d. 



d. "96. 



Titusville, Pa. 



Oswego, N. Y. 



William Wallace Kirby. Roslyn, N. Y. 

Real estate. * b. Uoslyn, N.Y., i2jun.'3o; son of Jacob M and Mary A. (Ellison); 
prep., Jamaica. * <1> B K. ; A.B.: A.M. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '59-60; Un. theol. 
sem., '60-2; res. and occ. supply, Roslyn, '62-72: real est. agt.. 115 Broadway, N.Y. city. 
• m. Susan E. Kirby, Jamaica, N.Y., Oct. '63. * Bro., Isaac H., '58. 



♦Alfred Milmine. 

Lawyer. * At Union, 



Law stu.; law., Florida, N.Y. 



Florida, N. Y. 



UNION — 1855-56. 189 

*Henry B Thayer. Vincennes, Ind. 

Clergyman. * At Union, — . * Theol. stu. ; pas., \'incennes, Ind. * D.D. * d. 
'94- 

-Adam A Van Vranken. Clifton Park, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Clifton Park, N.Y., 12 Nov. '31. * At Union, '51-4. * d. 4 Aug.'54. 

Edward Augustus Warriner. Montrose, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Pres- * b. Agawam. ^Mass., 19 Feb. '29; son of Ruel and Annie (Chaf- 
fee); prep., Springfield Eng. and clas. sch. * A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Co.xsackie (N.V.) 
acad., '55-6; Bergen Point (N.J.) inst., '57-8; adm. to bar, Springfield, Mass., '59; prin.. 
Wash, inst., Ga., '61-3; Yeates inst., Lancaster, Pa., and theol. stu., '63-7; ord. (Epis..) 
Phila., 3oJun.'67; rect., Montrose, '67- * Auth., '"N'ictor La Tourette," (.a novel by a 
broad churchman), '76; "Kear," (poem in 7 cantos), '82; "I am that I am," (metrical 
essay); "Gate called beautiful," '98. * m. Louise X'oorhis, Lancaster, Pa., 5 Jul. '66; (2) 
Esther B. Bolles, Montrose, Pa., 3oJun.'8i. * Sons, Saml. D., Amherst 'S8; Paul C, 
Lehigh '94. 

*Warren Wilkie. Leroy, N. Y. 
* A.B. * d. '62. 

^William Lindsey Wilson. New Sheffield, Pa. 

Clergyman. * A.B. * d. '62. 

Thomas C Woodward. Ottumwa, la. 

* At Union, — . * A.M. 



1856 

■•'Harlow Bowman. Canajoharie, N. Y. 

* Adm. by Hamilton. * At Hamilton, '51-3; at Union, '53-6, A.B. * d. 

'■=Columfc. Cornforth. Clyde, Kan 

Clergyman. * .4dm. by Colby. * b. W.\\'aterville, Me., 31 Jan. '31. * At Colby 
'52-5; at Union, '55-6, A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Roch. theol. sem., '56-8; ord. (Bap.) Smith 
port. Pa., 8 Feb. '59; pas. there, '58-61; priv., ist Pa. vols., '61-3; sch. supt., McKean co. 
Pa., '63-4, '65-7; chap., isoth Pa. vols., '64-5; state inspect, and e.xam., soldiers' orphans 
schs., Harrisburg, Pa., '67-79; pas., Clyde, Kan. * Auth., "Hist, of Pa. soldiers' orphans' 
schs,," '76. * d. 10 Feb. "83. 

William G Donnan. Independence, la. 

Lawyer. * b. W.Charlton, N.Y., 30 Jun.'34. * 4>BK. ; A.B. * Law stu., '56-7; 
adm. to la. bar, "57; law., Independence, la., '57-- ' Priv.. Co. H, 27th la. vols., 15 
Aug.'62; 2d lieut., :st lieut., brev. cap., and m.aj.; disch., 8Aug.'65; treas. and recorder, 
Buchanan co., la., '57-62; mem., la. senate, '61-71; '83-7; mem., U.S. h. of reps., '71-5; 
treas., la. state hosp. for insane. Independence, 8 yrs. ; del. to Repub. nat. conv., '76 and 
'84. * m. Mary E. Williamson, Hopkinton, la., i Oct. '57. 

Frederick Wilson Flint. 1817 S. Flower St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Hamilton; del. and sec, '?4 conv. * h. Fayetteville, N.Y., 19 
May '33; prep., Homer acad. * At Hamilton, '5:'-5; at Union, '55-6, 4> B K. ; ATS. * 
Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Prcsb.) Silver Creek, N.Y., Jun.'6i : pas. there, '61-4; 
(Zohoes, '64-6; St. Paul, Minn., '66-76; Kingston, Pa., '76-82; Winona, '82-; Butte, Mont.; 
Los Angeles. Cal. * Auth., "Scrioture psychol."; "Psychol, of prayer"; "Fourfold Gos- 
pel." * m. Emily P. Beardsley, Auburn, N.Y., 19 Oct. '59. 

Alexander Hadden. 155 East stst St., New York City. 

Physician. * b. Montgomery, N.Y., 24 Jul. '33; son of Wm. and Isabella (Wilson); 
prep., Montgomery acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Med. stu., N.Y. city., '56-7, N.Y. col. of 
phys. and surgs., '57-9, M.D. ; house phys., Bellevue hosp., '59-60; phys., N.Y. city, '60-. 
* House phys.. Nursery and Children's hosp., '61-5; org. and phys. in charge. Northeastern 
disp., '62-6, and consult, phys., and pres. of bd. of trust.; attending phys., Presb. hosp., 
'72-85 and v. pres. of bd. of trust.; trustee, N.Y. Juvenile asylum. * Auth.. "The dog in 
human society," '80. * Contrib., N.Y. Med. jour.; N.Y. Med. rac. * Mem., N.Y. acad. 
of med. ; N.Y. co. med. soc; N.Y. state Med. soc. : Forest Lake assn. of Pa. * LL.D., 
Omaha, '90. * m. Phebe M. King, Orient, N.Y., 8 Oct.'6i. 



190 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



George Washington Hough. Evanston, III. 

College professor. * h. Tribes Hill, N.Y., 24 Oct.'36; son of \Vm. and Magdalene 
(S'-lmser); prep., Seneca Falls acad. * 'I'BK.: A.B. * Tea., '56-9; asst. astron., Cin- 
cin. (O.) obs., '59; Dudley obs., Albany, N.Y., '60-3; direct., '63-4; bus., Riverside, 111., 
'74-9; direct.. Dearborn obs., Chicago, '79; prof, of astron., Chicago univ., '79-87; prof. of 
astron., Northwestern univ., '87- * Ed., Ann reps, of Dudley obs. vol. I, 65; vol. 11, 
'71: ann. reps, of Chicago astron. soc, '80-7; invented many sci. instruments; disc, more 
than 600 double stars; made systematic study of planet Jupiter for 20 yrs. * Contrib., 
Trans, of Alb. inst.; Mo. Notices of Royal astron. soc; Am. jour, of sci.; Astron. Nach- 
richtcn: Astron. jour.; Sidereal messenger; Observatory; Astron. register. * Fellow, Am. 
assn for adv. of sci.; mem., Chicago acad. of sci.; v.pres., Chicago photo, soc; mem., 
Astron. Gesellschaft; hon. mem.. Am. philos. soc; Phila. and Buffalo hist socs. * LL. I).. 
'91. * m. Emma C. Shear, Albany, N.Y., '70. * Bro., Lewis S., '41. 

Seaman Asahel Knapp. Lake Charles, Fla. 

Government official. * Pres. * b. Schroon. N.Y., 16 Dec's:?; son of Bradford and 
Roba (^Seaman). * Pres., Adelphic soc;. * B K. ; A.B. * Prof, of Lat. and Gr., Ft. 
Edward (N.Y.) col. inst., '56-8; asso. pres., '59-63; estab., Ripley fem. col., Poultney, Vt., 
'63-9; pres., la. col. for bHnd, '69-75: farmer and ed. of stock jour., '75-80; prof, of agr., 
la. state col., '80-4; pres., '84-5; prominent in develop, of Southwestern La., Lake Charles, 
'85-90; in Porto Rico (under U.S. dept. of agr.) '90-1; trav., rice producing countries of 
world, '91-8; sp. explorer Japan, China, and Philippines, '98-01; voyage of world, '01-. * 
m. Marie E. Hotchkiss, Hampton, N.Y., 6 Aug.'56. 

Thomas La Monte. Lee, Mas.s. 

Clergyman. * b. Charlotteville, N.Y., 6 Oct.'32. * •1' B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., 
N.Y. conf. sem.. Charlotteville, N.Y., '56-9; pas. (Meth.) fishkill, '59-60; prm., conf. sem., 
'60-2; pas., Ridgebury, N.Y., Monticello, Bullvilk, Deposit, Claverack, Katonah, N.Y. city, 
Catskill, Coxsackie, Saugerties, Goshen, Rondout, N.Y. city, Delhi, Mount Kisko, Fishkill 
on Hudson, Lee, Mass. * m. Caroline D. Jayne, 9 Apr.'63. * Bro., Wellington, '56. 

=>="Wellington La Monte. Charlotteville, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Charlotteville, N.Y., ;?o Dec.'33- * * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Wy- 
oming sem., Kingston, Pa., '56-62; prin., Canisteo (N.Y.) sem. * m. Frances M. Clark, 
Carbondale, Pa., '60. * Bro.. Tkos., '56. * d. 20 Dec.'83. 

^Andrew Jackson Lang. Waverly, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Adm. bv Colby. * At Colby, '52-5; at Union, '55-6, A.B.; A.M. * 

Tea., Fort Plain, N.Y., '56; E.ssex, Ct., "57; Waverly, N.Y., '57-70. * Sch. comr., '64-70. 
* d. 22 Aug.'70. 

1857 

Edward Brown Allen. Brewster's, N. Y. 

Clergvman. * Adm. by Hamilton. * h. Schenectady, N.Y., 19 Jun.'27. * At Ham- 
ilton, '53-5; at Union, '55-7, *B K.; A.B. * Stu., Princ theol. sem.. 'S7-6o; ord. (Presb.) 
25Tun.'6i; pas., Ballston Centre, N.Y., '61-6; Delhi, '68-9; Milford, Mass., '69-70; South 
East, N.Y.; Brewster's. 

-Charles Henry Chapman. Northumberland, N. Y. 

* At LInion, — . * d. '57. 

Elthanan Winchester Davies. Shelbyville, 111. 

Hotel proprietor. * At Union, — . 

*Robert Denniston. Blooming Grove, N. Y. 

* At Union, — . * d. 

Peter Walter Emens. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Clergyman and physician. * .4dm. by Hamilton. * b. Romulus, N.Y., 28 Feb. '31; 
prep.. Homer acad. ' At Hamilton. '53-5; at Union, '55-7. A.B. * Theol. stu.. Albany. 
N.Y., '57-8; lie (Presb.) 22 Dec. '58; pas., Hannibal, '59-61; Volney, '6[-7; Utica. '67-9, 
wc ' Syracuse, '69-74; M.D., Am. elec. med. col.. Cincinnati, O.. '76; lect. on physiol 
'76-86; specialist. '86-. * m. F.liz. Scott, Brainard, N.Y., May '58; (2) Harriet A. Dada 
Syracuse, 9 Dec.'73. 



UNION — i857- 



191 



John Bean Emmes. Sioux City, la. 

Lawyer. * b. Hammond, N.Y., 25 .\ov.'3o. * A.B. * Law stu., '57-9; adm. to 
bar, '59, law., Antwerp, N.Y., '59-62; Carthage, '62-82; Sheldon, la., '82-4; Sioux City, 
"84- •" Spec, judge, Jeff. co. ,N.Y., '66-78: ct. surrogate, "81-2. * m. Jeannette P. 
Osgood, Elizabethtown, N.Y., i Nov. '60. 

Schuylerville, N. J. 



law., Schuylerville, NA'. 



Canton, N. Y. 



*William Fernando Freeman. 

Lawyer. * .^.B. * Law stu. 

*Jesse M Holmes. 

Lawyer. * A.B. * d. '79. 

Joseph Burwell McChesnev. 1364 Franklin St., Oakland, Cal. 

Teacher. * b. 12 Oct. '23. * -!• H K. ; .X.B.; A.M. ' Tea., Cal., '57-69; prin., Oak- 
land h.s., '69-. * Trustee, Oakland pub. lib.; pres. Home security bldg. and loan assn. ; 
Equity bldg. and loan assn.; cd. and mgr., Pcic. cduc. jour. * Mem., Philos. un. of univ. 
of Cal.; com. for revising sch. laws of Cal.; sch. master's club of central Cal.; bd. of 
directors, Belmont sch., Cal. * m. Sarah S. Tewett, Yuba co., Cal., 10 Mar.'sS. 



-Adiel S Morse. 

Contractor. * A.B. 



Contractor in Peru. 



d. 5 Iul."6S. 



Lima, Peru. 



Marcus Porter Norton. 206 West 52d St., New York City. 

Lawyer. * A.B.; .\.M. * Law stu.. Rutland, Vt. ; law., Troy, N.Y., '59-79; Boston; 
N.Y. citv. * Del. to Repub. nat. conv. * Pub., "Memor. services in honor of Tas A. 
'iarfield." * LL.D., Union. 

Daniel Warren Richardson. Centre Ossipee, N. H. 

Clergyman. * Adm by Amherst. * b. Middleton. Mass.. 7 Nov. '31; son of Daniel 
and Olive (Perkins); prep., .\nd. acad. * A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '58-61; ord. 
(Cong.) Dayville, Ct., 14 Aug.'62; pas. there. '62-6; act. pas., .\uburn, Mass., '66-9; Easton, 
"69-72; w.c, Aliddleton, '72-5; act. pas., E. Bridgewater, '75-80; Derry, N.H., '80-5; w.c, 
Xeedham, Mass., '85-7; act. pas., Sudbury, '87-90; w.c, Bedford, '90-3; act. pas., Lee, N.H., 
'93-6; Chatham, Mass., '96-01; Center Ossipee, N.H., '01-. * m. Anna E. .\yres, Spen- 
cer, Mass., 30 Aug.'77. * Bro., Henry J., Amherst '55. 

Chester Cook Thome. Windham, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Rensselaerville, N.Y., 27 Feb. '31; son of Thos. J. and Nancy (Belli; 
prep., Del. lit. inst., Franklin. * Commenc. orat. ; + B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea, N.Y. 
conf. sem., '57-60; prin., Warnerville sem., '60-2; stu., Concord Bibl. inst., '62-3; Aub. 
theol. sem., '63-5; ord. (Presb.) Jordan, N.Y., 5 Jun.'66; pas., Deansboro, '65-8; Rensselaer- 
ville, '68-71; Stillwater, '71-3; Shortsville, '73-85; miss, in Fla., '85-9; pas., Pulteney, 
'89-91; Windham, N.'i'., '91-. * m. Emcline M. Browne, Owego, N.Y., 29 Dec. '58; (2) 
Ellen J. Day, Deansboro, N.Y., 4 Mar.'68. 



Theol. stu.; clergyman. 



'''George Edwin Tomlinson. 

Clcrnvmau. .\.B.: A.M. 

'76. 

*Horace Thomas S Tupper. 

Teacher. * A.B. ' Tea., Moresville, N'.Y. * d. '62. 



Marbledale, Ct. 

Son, Edzi\ T.. 'So. * d. 



Moresville, N. Y. 



■''Roswell Dan Valentino. Springfield, Mo. 

Physician. " b. Berkshire, N.Y., 5 .May '32. * At Union. — . * Tea., N.Y., 111., 
and Ind.; stu., homeo. col. of Mo., AI.D. ; phys., Springfield. * m. Louise McCullongh, 
Belleville. 111. * Bro.. Philo G.. '5.1. * d. lojnl.'g?. 



*James Wilkinson. 

Lawyer. * .\t Union, — . 
City, la. * d. Daytona, Fla. 



* Law stu.. Potsdam, N.Y. ; law. 
29 Jul. 'So. 



Tama City, la. 

Rockford, 111.; Tama 



Albert Lewis York. Brookfield, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * h. Brookfield, N.Y., siMar.'^i; son of Ichabod and Freelove (^Gard- 
ner); prep., Cazenovia sem. * A.B. ; A.M. * Asso. prin. and prof, of Lat. and Ger., 
\'alley fern, inst., Winchester, Va., '54-7; pas. (Meth.) '58-82; pres. elder, Oswego (N.Y.) 
dist., '77-8: pas., '80-2; w-.c. '82- * m. Ann E. Arnold, McLean, N.Y., 15 Dec. '52; (2) 
Kersia T.ichtenthaler, Lawrenceville, Pa., 7 Oct.'57; (3) Caroline A. Moore, Ithaca, N.Y., 
8 Dec. '60. * Son, Alb. M., Syracuse 'S5. 



-^Q2 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1858 
Sidney Rodgers Burnap. Windsor Locks, Ct. 

Physician. ' b. Root, N.Y., 11 Jan.'33; son of Cicero and Esther (Bichnall;. * A.B. 

* Prin., Ames ^N.V.) acad., '58-60; stu., N.V. col. of phys. and surgs., '60-2, M.D.; phys., 
Euphratah, N.Y., '62; Windsor Locks, Ct., '62- * m. Clara A. Converse, Windsor Locks, 
Ct., 29 Nov. '64. 

Henry .A.nson Buttz. Madison, N. J. 

Theological school president. * At Union, — . * Theol. stu.; pas. (Meth.); pres., 
Drew theol. sem. * D.D.; LL.D. 

Joseph B Graham. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Merchant. * * B K. ; A.B. * Merch., Schenectady, N.Y. * Mem., common coun- 
cil; mayor. 

Henry L Barter. ' 10 W. io2d St., New York City. 

Publisher's agent. * b. Warren, N.Y., S Nov.'jji ; prep.. Cazenovia sem. * <t> B K. ; 
A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Fort Plain (N.Y.) sem., '58-60, "62-5; prin., Walworth acad., '60-1; 
Genesee Wes. .sem., '65-9; v.prin. and act. prin., Potsdam norm, sch., '69-82; bus.. Alb., 
'82-9; gen. agt. for subscription books of Chas. Scribner's Sons, N.Y. city, '89-95; Funk & 
Wagnall's pub. co., '95-. * Orat. before Potsdam (N.Y.) norm. sch. alum.. "90. * m. 
.^urelia F. Wendell, Ft. Plain, N.Y., 24.1ul.'6o. 

Lemuel Tomlinson Heritage. Emporia, Kan. 

Banker. * b. 24 Mar.'.^S; son of Judah and Susan (Tomlinson); prep., Shiloh (N.J.) 
acad. * At Union, — . * Treas., Lyon co. bank, '68-/O; cashier, Emporia nat. bank, 
'67-. * Priv., Co., H, 8th Kan. vols., Sep.'6i; ist lieut., Nov. "61; resigned, Mar.'62; priv., 
nth Kan. vols, Sep.'62; cap., Sep.'62; seriously wounded. Dec.'62; resigned on ace. of 
disability from wound, Sep.'63. 

Don Alonzo Hulett. Newburg, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * At Union, — . * Tea. and law stu.; law., N."S . city, '59; Newburg, N.Y. 

*Isaac Henry Kirby. New York City 

Lawyer. * b. 21 Aug.'33. * 4> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Columbia law sch.; law., N.Y. 
city. * Bro.. Win. IV., '55- * d. '62. 

Alexander Bullions McClellan. 

— * At Lhiion, — . ' Shanghai, China (last known address). 

=^Frederick William Pike. Mercer, Me. 

Student. * Adm. hy Amherst. * b. Mercer, Me., i7 0ct.'32; son of Moses C. and 
Amelia G. (Wiley); prep., privately. * At Amherst, '55-6, at Union, '56-8, A.B. * d. 
19 Nov. '5 9. 

Thomas Alexander Sanson. Muskogee, I. T. 

Gardener and fruit raiser. * b. Albany, N.Y., 20 Oct. '34; son of John and Marg. K. 
(Winten); prep., Wasli. acad., Cambridge and Princetown acad. * * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. 

* Prin., Waterford (N.Y.) acad., '58-9; stu., Princ. theol. sem,, '59-61; ord. (Presb.) 
Morning Sun, la.. Tun. '62; pas. there, '62-4; Malta, N.Y., '65-7; Blairstown, N.J., '67-83; 
prin., Indus, sch., Muskogee, I.T.. and Presb. miss., '83-5: pas., Argyle, N.Y., '85-9; Ox- 
bow, '89-96; Lee, Tulsa, Claremore, Nowata, '96-8; gardener and fruit raiser, Muskogee, 
'98- * Pres., bd. of directors, Blair acad. * Contrih.. Presb. jour.; Church at home and 
abroad. * m. Seraphine P. Adams, Cohoes, N.Y., 24 Feb. '63. 

*William Henry Silvernail. Albany, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. 1 1 Mar.'.^S ; son of Adam and Laura (Tanner). * * B K. ; A.B. * 
Tea., in West; stu., Alb. law sch.; law., Valatie, N.Y. ; Albany, '90-01. * Auth., "Inedx 
of N.Y. session laws." * m. Kate Hopkins; (2) Mary L. Spear, Valatie, N.Y.; (3) May 
R. Stanley, Altamont, N.Y.. 25 Nov.'96. * d. 27 Feb.'oi. 

Francis Visscher Van Vranken. Philmont, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. 26 Nov. '35; son of Henry and Sally (Losee) ; prep., Princetown acad. 

* *BK.; A.B. * Stu., N.B. theol. .sem., '58-61; ord. (R.D.) Lysander, N.Y., 23 Jul. 
'61; pas. there, '61-6: Glen, '66-74; Newark. N.J., '74-82; Fultonville, N.Y.. '82-92; Phil- 
mont, '92-. 



UNION — 1858-59. 193: 

Oscar F Whitford. 79 Woodlawn Av., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. * b. Saratoga co., 15 Jvil-'s.i; prep., N.Y. conf. sem. * A.B.; A.M. 
* Prof, of math, and civ. eng,. J'eoples col., Havana. N.Y., '64-6; civ. cng., Santa Bar- 
bara, Cal.; Chiliualiua, Mex. ; Hiiffalo, N.Y. * Mem., Am. soc. of civ. engs. 



1859 

Adoniiam Judson Blakely. Grinnell, la. 

Farmer and stock raiser. * b. I'awlct, Vt., 20. Tun. '34; son of Danl. and Hannah (Edger- 
ton) ; prep., privately and Burr t-em. ■' At Williams, '54; at Antioch, '56-7; at Union, 
'57-9; commenc. appt. ; A.B. * Law stu., Pawlet, Vt., and Alb. law sch., '59-61; law., 
Port Henry, N.Y., '61; enlisted, 96th N.Y. vols., '61; cap.; enlisted 14th Vt. vols.; ist lieut., 
Co. B; reg .and Ijrig. Q.M.; mustered out, '63; live stock and wool dealer, Pawlet, Vt., 
'64-7; farmer and stock raiser, Grinnel), la., '67-. * Direct, and sec, Grinnell sch. bd. ; 
tp. assessor; ist sec. and pres., sheep breeders' and wool growers' assn. ; sp. agt.. Gen. land 
office. Black Hills, '87; org., sec. and pres., Poweshicih co. farmers' mut. ins. co. ; state del. 
to nat. conv., .Sioux Falls, '00. * m. Eliz. .Sulser, i2Apr.'88. * Bros., Shel^^n E., '$<); 
Collins, 'rt/. 

Sheldon Edgerton Blakely. Los Angeles, CaL 

Merchant. * b. Pawlet, \t., 29 Jul. '29; son of Danl. and Hannah (Edgerton); prep., 
('astleton sem. * At Antioth, '56; at Union, '57-9. * X.Hi. * Stu., Alb. law sch., 
'59-60; adm. to bar, '60; law., Troy, N.Y., '60-3; Minneapolis, Minn., '63-8; stock raiser, 
Grinnell, la., '68-72; in Col., '73-6; merch., San Francisco, Cal.; Los Angeles. * m. 
Mary Mercer, Minneapolis, Minn., '68. * Bros., Adoniram J., '59; Collins, '61. 

*John Pawling Buckley. Freeport, Pa. 

Teacher. * A.B.;A.M". * d. '62. 

John Hubbell Carter. Lexington, Ky. 

Farmer. * b. New Milford, (Jt., 24Aug.'35; son of Lyman and Anne (.West); prep., 
I'^t. Edward (N.Y.) inst. * A.B. * lea., '59-61 ;law stu., Lexington, Ky., '62; cap., co. 
1), Ky. cav., C.S.A. ; farmer, Lexington, Ky. * Sp. co. judge, '71-5. * 

Lucian Edwin Carter. 316 S. Fifth Av., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Lawyer. * b. Leroy, N.Y.; 25 Av>r.'36; son of lidwin and Sainantha (Crandall); prep., 
Gouverneur Wcs. sem. * A.B. * 'J'ea., Vazoo City, Miss., '59-61; Danville (Mo.) feni_ 
acad., '61; law stu., Watcrtown, .\'.Y., '61-2; ist lieut., co. D, loth N.Y. art., 11 Sep. '62;. 
cap., 30. Tun. '64: judge-advocate Ferrero's div., 7 Jan. '65; prov. marshal, Petersburg, 4 Apr.. 
"65; judge-advocate of gen. ct. martial. May '65; mustered out, 8 Jul. '65; law stu.. Water- 
town, N.Y., '65; adm. to bar. '65; law. (res., 41^ Francis st.) St. Joseph, Mo., '66-. * m. 
Eliza G. Overall, Macon, Mo, 27 Apr.'7o. 

-Phillip King Gleed. Morrisville, Vt. 

Lawyer. * b. Granby, Que., 10 .Sep. '34; son of John and Eliz.; prep., Troy conf. acad. 
* A.B. * Law stu.; adm. to bar, '59; law., Morrisville, Vt., '59-97. * Dist. atty., '63-5^. 
'82-4; state atty., '67-8, '80-2; Vt. b. of reps., '6S-9; trustee, state reform sch., '69; int. rev. 
assessor. '70-4; sen. and pres. pro tern., '80; comr. of taxes, '90-2; chairman, Kep. state 
conv., '90; selectman; mem., sch. bd. ; village trustee; direct., Hyde I'ark, and Morrisville 
banks; pres, Vt. bar assn. * m. Ellen Fuller, Moira, N.Y., 10 Oct. '61; (2) T>aura Fleet- 
wood, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 14 May '85. * d. 29jnn.'97. 

David Herron. North Broadalbin, N. Y.. 

Clergyman. * b. Newry, Ire.. 20 Oct. '32; son of David H and .Sarah (Martin); prep.,. 
Newry. * A.B. * .Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '52-62; ord. (Presb. Evan.) Galway, N.Y.,. 
i4jun.'64; pas., Northampton, '65-70; Bethlehem, '70-9; Jefferson^ '80-5; Norwood, N.J.,. 
"86-8; miss., N. Broadalbin, N.Y. * m. Marg. Reddish, N. Broadalbin, 16 Jun.'64. 

*Hiram Cyrus Johns. Larned, Kan, 

Lawyer. * A.B.; A.^M. * Sch. sunt., Tioga co.. Pa.. '60; tea. Pa. state norm, sch., 
■6I-.-2; stu.. Alb. law ";ch., '62-4, T^L.B. * T^aw., Albany, N.Y. ; Larned, Kan.; dist. judge, 
Kan. counsel A.T. & S.F. ry. * d. '94. 

Adam Walter Miller. 

* At Union, — . * Gouverneur, N.Y. (last known address.)) 



^94 iJiiLTA UPSILOX iMa'i:.\xi.\L. 

'i'Norman Leslie Snow. Albany, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Currytovvii, N.Y., yAi^r.'yj. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., N.Y. col. of 
;phys and surg.s., '59-62, M.D. ; asst. surg., and surg., 153d U.S. vols., '62-5; phys., Canajo- 
harie, N.Y., '65; Albany, '75-85. * Alderman and pres. of bd., Albany, '85. * m. Eliz. 
J. Smith, Canajoharie, N.Y., 7 May '7.3. * d. 19 Dec. '85. 

*Simeon Montgomery Thorp. Lawrence, Kan. 

Lawyer. * yV.B. * Law stu.; law., Lawrence, Kan. * Mem., Kan. senate. * Bro., 
Thos. J.. '6r. * d. '63- 

Henry Luke Warner. 

Capitalist. * At Union, — . * Capitalist, Sioux City, la. (last known address.) 



i860 

Edwin Reuben Beach. Lexington, Or. 

Clergyman. * At Union, — . * Theol. stu.; B.D. ; ord. (Cong.) '69; ras. ; col. prof.; 
pres.; pas., Lexington, Or., '86-. * In civ. war; founder Lexington (Or.) Cong, ch., '84. 

John P Burt. San Diego, Cal. 

Lawyer. * At Union, — . * Law stu.; law., Dubuque, la.; San Diego, Cal. 

^•Joshua Tilden Butts. Clarksville, N. Y. 

* At Union, — . 

*Josiah Gould Everts. Havana, N. Y. 

Theological student. * b. Havana, N.Y., i[Dec.'34. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. 
•sem., '60- i". * d. 23 May '63. 

Weston Flint. 1213 K St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Librarian. * b. Pike, X.Y., 4 Jul.'35 ; son of Nicholas and Phebe B. (Willoughby) ; prep.. 
Chamberlain inst. and Alfred univ. * Class poet; A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Pa. and Ohio, '60-2; 
tnilit. agt., Ohio, '62-5; claim atty., St. Louis, Mo., '66-9; sec. Mo. state geol. sur., '66-71 ; ed. 
and pub., '68-71; U.S. consul to China, '71-4; law stu., Nat. finiv., '74-7, LL.B.; Columbian 
univ., '77-8, LL.M.; adm. to bar. Wash., D.C., '78; lib., U.S. patent office sci. lib., '77-84; chair- 
man, U.S. bd. civ. serv. exam., '81-7; statistician, U.S. bur. of educ, '87-94; lib.. Wash. pub. 
lib., '98-. * V. pres.. Union col. alum, .issn., Wash., D.C., '96; pres., Alfred univ. alum, assn., 
'00-; v.pres., Repub. com., .St. Louis, 'Mo.; mem., nat. Repub. com. from Mo., '68. * 
Auth., "Catalog of sci. lib.. U.S. patent ofF.ce;" "Rep. on libraries in U.S. and Can." * 
Contrib., (nom de plume, lopus) verses to papers and magazines. * Life mem.. Am. lib. 
assn.; life mem. and sec, Anthropolog. soc of Wash.; mem. Nat. geog. soc ; Am. hist, 
assn.; Am. folk-lore soc; Am. assn. for adv. of sci.; Soc. for univ. extension; sec, Nat. 
statistical assn. * Ph.D., Alfred univ., '86; LL.D., '00. * m. Lucy R. Brown, Wash., 
D.C., i4jun.'83. 

William Hudson Pitt. 188 Anderson PL, Buffalo. N. Y. 

Medical school professor * b. Granger, N.Y., 8Sep.'3r. * A.B.; A.M. ** Prin., 
Spencer (N.Y.) acad., '60-3; Angelica acad., '63-6; sch. supt., Warren, O., '67-9; prin.. 
Friendship (N.Y.) acad., '69-72: tea., Buffalo li.s., '72-; prof, of gen. chem. and phys., 
med. dept of Niagara univ., '85- * Direct., Bufralo soc. of nat. sci., '72; v.pres., '85-6; 
state analyst, '81-2; consult, chemist. Paragon oil refinery, Toledo, O. * Contrib., Buf- 
falo dailies; Buffalo med. and surg. jour. Pro of Am. assn. for. adv. of sci. * Mem., 
Buffalo microscop. club. * Ph.D.; M D. * m. Marv E. Church, Friendship, .N.Y., 18 
May '6:. 

*William Pitt Willis. Buffalo, N. Y. 

» A.B.; A.M. • d. 



UNION — i86i-62. J95 



1861 
John Henry Becker. Elgin, 111. 

Lawyer. * A.B. * b. Halfniooti, .\.V., 25 Dec. '36. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '61-2; 
invalid, Cohoes, N.Y., '6i'-5; law., Elgin. 111., '65-. 

Collins Blakely. Montpelier, Vt. 

JJrugijist. * b. Pawlet, \'t., i4Mar.'37; son of Danl. and Hannah (Edgerton); prep.. 
Burr sem. * A.B. * Tea., '61-5; mercli., '65-8; druggist, Montpelier, Vt., '68- * 
jMem., State bd. of pharmacy, '94- * m. Belle A. Cheney, VVestfield, Vt., Jan. '72; (2) 
Florence Wing, Montpelier, Vt., 19 Nov. '84. * Bros., Adoniram J., '59; Sheldvn E., '59. 

Monmouth Henry Close. Bound Brook, N. J. 

Teacher. * b. Trumansburg, N.Y., 8 Mar. '37; i;on of Smith and Rachel. * A.B. * 
Prin., NY., city pub. schs., '61-98; retired, '98-. * m. Marg. MoUison, Bound Brook, 
N.J., i: Jul. '66. 

*John Milton Hartwell. Albany, N. Y. 

Broker. * .\.B. '* d. '67. 

^ Ethan Allen Ives. Norway, N. Y. 

■ * A.B. • d. 

Hiram Leonard Marvin. Lawrence, Kan. 

Civil engineer. * b. Peru, N.Y., 6 .\ug.'35. * A.B. * Sergt.-maj., 85th N.Y. vols., 
'61; lieut; cap., 37th U.S.C.I.; disch., '65: chief eng., Kansas City, Mo.; eng. on Mo. river 
bridge, Atchison, Kan.; chief eng., C.B. & U.P. ry.; M.K. &T. ry.; res. eng., A.T. & S.F. 
ry. ; chief eng., K. S. ry. * m. Rosalthe Harrison, Friendship, N.Y., 19 Feb. '66. 

*David Starrett Morgan. LaPorte, la. 

Clergyman. * Adiu. by Amiterst. * b. Johnson, \'t., 24 Jan. '35 * At Amherst, 
'57-8; at Union, '58-60. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '61-2; priv., co. H, ist Mass. art., '62-4; 
stu., And. theol. sem. ,'64-5; Un. theol. sem., '65-6; ord. (Cong.) 26Jun.'67; pas., Worthing- 
ton, Ma.«s., '67-9; Montello, Wis., '69-70; Westfield, '71-2; LaPorte, la., '72-5. * m. 
Charlotte Battles, Andover, Mass., 24 May '67. * d. 10 Jan.'79. 

Thomas Jones Thorp. Cadillac, Mien. 

Business. * A.B. * Cap., Sstli N.Y. vols.; col. ist N.\ dragoons; mustered out as 
brig.-gen., ]7jul.'65; bus., Livingstone, N.Y.; Cadillac, Mich. * Sch. commsr., Living- 
stone, N.Y., '68-70. * Bro., Simeon M., '59. 

^Benjamin Albertson Willis. New York City. 

Lawyer. * I'.pres., 'Sf co>n\ * b. Roslyn, N.Y., 24 Mar.'40. * At Union, — ; A.M. * 
Law stu., Poughkeepsie and ]>rooklyn, N.Y., '61-2; cap., 119th N.Y. vols., '62; col., 12th 
N.Y. vols.; disch., '65; law., N.Y. citv, '65-86. * Mem., U.S. h. of reps., '74-8. * d. 
14 Oct.'86. 

1862 

Charles Morehouse Carter. Ballston, N. Y. 

* At Union, — -. * Lieut, N.Y. vols. 

George Washington Fitch. W. Oakland, Cal. 

Record searcher. * b. Cambridge, N.Y., 23 Nov. '39; son of Saml. S. and Harriet (Os- 

born) ; prep.. Cambridge. * A.B. * Theol. stu.; pas., Denver, Col.; searcher of records, 

Simpson & Millar, San Francisco, Cal., '87-. * m. Deborah A. Stickles, Schenectady, N.Y., 
23 Apr.'63. 

James William Johnston. Aberdeen, N. C. 

Clergyman. * b. Steuriacke, N.S., 11 Feb.'33. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., '62-3; stu., 
Princ. theol. sem., '63-6; ord. (Presb.) 15 Oct. '66; pas., Yorktown, N.Y., '66-75; Idaho 
Spa, Col., '77; Central city. '77-80; Mt. Kisco, N.Y., '80-4; Mariaville, '84-6; Bethesda, 
Hethel, Montpelier, N.C., "88-96; Aberdeen, '96-. 



J9() DELTA UrSTLON DECENNIAL. 

*David Nichols Lewis. Hot Springs, Ark, 

Clergyman. * Del. to '62 com: * b. Wells, Vt., 16. Tan. '41. * >1>1jK.; A.B. * 
Pas. (iVleth.) Essex, N.Y., '64-6; Galway, '66-76; Ellenburg, '76: Ft. Henry, '80-3; Jones- 
ville. '83-6; Valley Falls, '86; Round Lake, '90: Averill Park; Figle Mills; w.c. Hot Spa, 
Ark., '89-99- * m- Ophelia D. Chadwick, W. Ft. Ann, N.Y., 14 Apr.'66. ' d. Corintlu 
N.Y., 6 Aug.'99. 

"iHenry Earle Ogden. Walton, N. Y, 

P.hysician. * b. \\ alton, N.Y., 2.? ^tar.'37. * A.T-. * Med. stu., Walton and N.Y. 
col. of phys. and surijs., '62-4, M.D.; phys., Walton, N.Y., '64-84. * ni. Augusta Hoyt, 
Walton, N.Y., 20 Oct.'72. * d. 31 Aug.'84. 

John Stevenson Smart. Cambridge, N. Y. 

Editor. * At Union, — . * Ed., Cambridge, N.Y. * Lieut., N.Y. vols, in civ. war; 
mem. of cong. 

*Charles Styer. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Physician. * b. Norristown, Pa., 3 May '40; son of Chas. and Hannah; prep., jNIillers- 
ville norm. sell. * At Union, '5S-9. ' Med. stu.. vniv. o? Pa., '59-62, M.D.; reg. army 
surg., '67-8; phys., Chattanooga, '73;. Ft. Macon, N.C., '75; Buffalo. N.Y., '76; Phila., Pa., 
'78-96. * Med. officer, U.S. marine hosp. service, '85; surg., Pa. vols.; surg., U.S. vols.; 
surg. gen. G.A.R. * Mem.. Phila. co. med. soc. * m. Mary I.aRue, Phila., Pa., 3 May 
'73. * d. 6 Tvl.'96. 

^Samuel Yeoman. Rockrift, N. Y. 

Farmer. * b. Borina, N.Y., 25 Jnn.'ss. * •^^. K. ; A.B. * Tea., '62-7; law., Delhi, 
N.y., '67-82; farmer, '82-97. * d. 9 Jan. '97. 

John D Young. Starkville, N. Y. 

Physician. * At Union, — . * Med. stu., M.D.; phys., Springfield, N.Y.; Starkville. 
* AJ^st. surg., U.S. army during civ. war. 

1863 

Anthony Watson Atwood. 801 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa, 

Lawyer and editor. * •I' B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Law .stu.; law., Phila., Pa.; ed., Phila. 
Sunday Union; mgr., cent, and southern dept., Keynotr. 

George Arnott Beattie. Cincinnati, 0. 

Insurance. * Del. to '62 conv.; v.pres '6^ ccnv. * b. Hebron, N.Y., 3 Jan. '42; son of 
David and Marg. * Adelphic soc; valedic: A.B.; A.M. * Tea., '63-4; stu., Xenia theol. 
sem., '64-6: Princ. theol. sem.. '66-7; ord. (Unit. Presb.) New Carlisle, O., 4 May '68 ; pas. 
there, '67-71; Muncie, Ind., '71-S; Newark, O., '78-80; Sedalia. Mo., '80-6; (pres., Sedalia 
univ., 2 yrs.); Lansing, Mich., '86-8; Rushville, Ind., '90-7: asst. gen. mgr., Winona (Ind.) 
assem. & summer sch., Dayton, O., "97-S; gen. agt.. Blickensderfer typewriter, Cincin., O., 
'98-00; sp. agt., Equitable'life of N.Y., Cincin., '00-. * m. Maude Smith, New Carlisle,. 
O., '98. * 

Daniel Bosworth. 

* Entered from Baltimore, Md. (last known address.) * At Union, — . 

James Yates. 211 W. Seventh St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Merchant. * b. Ephratah, N.Y., 21 Apr.'39: son of Perry and Nancy. * A.B. * 
Purchasing and sup. agt., B.&M. ry., Burlington, la., '63-6: with Gilbert Hedge & co.. 
lumber. Yellow River, Wis., "66-7; "lumber dealer. Canton. Mo., '67-9; Afton. la., '69-70; 
Atchison, Kan.. '70-83; pres. and treas., Yates ice co., 908 W. 13th St., Kansas City, ]\[o., 
'83- * m. Marg. Hesler, Ft. Plain, N.Y., 16 .Aug.'64. 



1864 

Anson Darwin Fessenden. Townsend, Mass. 

Manufacturer. * b. Townsend, Mass.. iS Feb.'39; son of Benj. and Betsey (Stevens); 
prep., Wilbraham acad. * .^t Union, '60-2. * 1st lieut., co. D, 53d Mass. vols., 17 
Oct. '62; cap., 25 May '63; disch., 3 Sep. '63; mfr. of cooperage and woodenware, Townsend, 
'64-. * Mem., Mass. h. of reps., '85: sen., "80-1; direct, and pres. of Townsend nat. 
bank. * m. Thissa A. Boutelle, Townsend, 6 Dec. '65. 



UNION— i86s-68-69. 



197 



1865 

Edmund Tomlinson Davis. 37 West Ninth St., New York City. 

Stenographer. * b. Greenwich, N.J., 6 Mar.'4i ; son of Horace P.. and Martha J. (Tom- 
linson) ; prep., Alfred acad., Allegany co* N.Y. * At Union, — . * Law stenogr., in 
circ. ct. and city magistrate. * m. Josephine L. Corson, Cape May co., N.J., ii Feb. '65. 

John Valentine Griswold. San Diego, Cal. 

Clergvmin. " b. Gibraltar, Mich., 13 Apr.'jr. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. 
'65-8; orJ. (Presb.) i6.hm.'68: pas., Washingtonville, N.Y.. '67-71 ; Brooklyn, 't\-2; 



Pt. Jefferson, '72-6; Hagle Mills, 
Columbus, Xeb. ; San Diego. Cal. 



'76-80; Tekamah, Neb., 
* Bro., Wc'hott N., 



io-3: Central city, Kan., '83; 



1868 

Newark, N. J. 

1. >,,.u.nr ,,ic.„. at reorg. ' b. Amsterdam, N.V., 2 Sep.'49. * At Union, 

Stu., Un. theol. sem., '70-3; ord. (Presb.) Deckertown, N.J.. 9 0ct.*73; pas. there. 
'-.?-5; fav. in Kur. and Kast. '75-6; pas., Westtown, N.Y., '76-81; Paterson, N.J., '81-5; 
engaged in lit. work, Newark, '86-93. * Char, mem., Schenectady V.M.C.A. * d. 6 
Jan. '95. 



'•'Laurens Tillon Shuler. 

Editor. * Charter mem. 



i86g 
Egbert Charles Lawrence. Westhampton Beach, N. Y. 

Clerfifynnn. * Charter tvem. at reorg. ' b. Borodino, N.Y., 25jun.'45; son of Silas 
R. and~ Lucinda (Hull); prep., Owego acad. * Ed., Mag.; Warner prize; salut. ; + B K. ; 
A.B.; A.M. - Tea., Mcchanicville (N.Y.) acad., '69-70; tutor in math., Union col., 
'75-7; Owasco Outlet and post grad. stu., Aub. theol. sem., '77-8; instr.. Union col., and 
pas., Schenectady, '78-80; asst. prof, of hist.. '80-2; pas., Alexandria Bay, '82-6; Yernon 
and Sherrill, '86-90; Westhampton, '90- * Trustee, Utica Presby., '89; chairman of com. 
en col. aid in the L.I. Presby., '90-; gen. agt., L.I. Bible soc, '97- * Auth., "Keys for 
Thomson's alg. and arith.," '76; "Hist, recreations," '83. " Contnb., N.Y. Observer; 
Christian Intelligencer. * Mem., Am. Bible soc; Union league. * Ph.D. * m. Sarah 
J. Burtis, Buffalo, N.Y., 27 Nov. "77; (2) Mary Sylvester Dering, Setauket, L.I., 29 Apr.'96. 

*Clark Leal McCracken. Rock Valley, la. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem. at reorg. * b. Kortright, N.Y., 28 Jan. '48: son of Jos. 
and Sarah (Clark); prep., .\ndcs acad. * <i> B K. ; A.B ; A.M. * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '69-7.?; tea., of langs., Stamford (N.Y.) sem., '7-2-3, ord. (Unit. Presb.) Thompson- 
ville, Ct.. j8 0r;t.'73; pas. there, '73-84; miss., Newton, Kaii., and Chicago, 111., '85-6; pas., 
Rock \'alley, [a., '87-98. * Pres., Henderson mission, N C, and prin. Henderson norm, 
inst., '03-8. * m. Frances .\. Churchill, Stamford, N.Y., 3 Dec.'73. * d. 29 Jun.'98. 



Santa Anna, Cal. 

b. Delhi. N.Y., 4 .Apr. '43. * <1'BK. : A.B. 

dealer, Santa Anna, '77-. * m. Lizzie S. 



John McFadden. 

Merchant. * Charter mem. at reorg. ' 
* Tea., Cal., '71-6; lumber and hardware 
Walker, 9 Apr.'83. 

Edward McKee, Stuttgart, Ark, 

Clercrynian. * Charter num. at recrg. * b. Kortright, N.Y., :4Apr.'44; son of Jas. 
and \nv (McClaughrv) ; prep., Andes acad. * Adelphic soc; class poet; ist Clark essay 
prize: 2d P.latchfo'rd orat. ; valedic; A.B. * Tea., Stamford (N.Y.) acad., '69-71; stu., 
Prmc theol. sem., '72 4 ; Newburc; (N.Y.) theol. sem., '74-5; sup., Winchester and Norton- 
ville, and orin. of Winchester acad., '75-6; ord. (^Unit. Presb.) Unity, O., 14 Apr. '77; pas. 
there, '77-86; prin. of acad. and pas., \larissa, 111., '86-96: sup., Newton, la., '97-8; pas., 
Youngstown. O., '98; pres.. Sturtgart col. and p.is. Stuttgart, Ark., '98- * Pres., Ma- 
rissa bldg. and loan assn. * m. Virginia Connelly, Newburg, N.Y., 22 Jul. '75. 



1.98 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1870 



Henry Easson, Jr. 

Missionary. * Charter »:cm. 
sem. ; miss., I.atakia, Svria. 



At Union, — . 



Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Stu., Allegheny theol. 



George Frederick Genung. Richmond, Va. 

Theological school iirofessoi". * Charter mem. at reorg. * b. Willseyville, N.Y., 27 
Jan. '50; son of Abrani and Martha (Dye): prep., Owego acad * 4>BK.; A.B.; A.M. * 
Stu., Roch. theol. sem., '72-5, ord. (Bap.) Camilhis, N.Y., Aug.'75; pas. there, '75-7; Bald- 
winsville, '77-81; Amherst, Mass., '81-4; New London, Ct., '85-8; tea., Benedict inst., Col- 
umbia, S.C, 'S8-9; pas., Sufficld, Ct., '90-8: prof, and dean, Richmond theol. sem., '98-. * 
Auth., "The fourfold story," '91 ; "The magna charta of the kingdom of God," '00. * 
Contrjb., Baf'. quar. rev.; And. rev.; Nezi' world ; .4»i. jour, of theuL; bibl. world. * D.D., 
'96. * m. Hattie E. Brown, Wallingford, Ct., 3 .\ug.'75. * Bro., .John F., '70. 

John Franklin Gemmg. Amherst, Mass. 

College professor. * Charter mem. at reorg.; orct., '94 conv.; trcas., Amherst bd. of 
trust. * '':>. Willseyville, N.Y., .27 Jan.'so; son of Abram and Martha (Dye). * Ed., col. 
Magazine: Ingham essay prize; 4' B K. ; .^.B. ; A.]\L * Tea., Mechanicsville, N.Y.,.'70-2; 
stu., Roch. theol. sem., '72-5; ord. (Bap.) Baldwinsville, i2 0ct.'7.s; pas. there, '75-8; stu., 
Leipsic univ , '78-81, l^h.D. ; pas., Westport, N.Y., '81-2; instr. in Eng., Amherst col., '82-4; 
asso. prof, of rhet., '84-9; prof, of rhet., '89-. * Auth., "Tennyson's In Memoriani, a 
study," "Prac. elements of rhet.," '87: "The epic of the inner life" (book of Job), '90; 
"Outlines of rhet.," '93; "What a carpenter did with his Bible." '98; "The passing of self," 
'99; "Working prins. of rhet.," '01; "Ecclesiastes and Omar Khayyam," '01; "Stevenson's 
attitude to life," '01. * Contrib., .Andover rev. * Mem., Soc. of Bib. lit. and exegesis; 
N.Y. author club. * m. Florence M. Sprague, Oswego, N.Y., '80. * Bro., Geo. F., '70. 



Archibald Lyboldt. 

Physician. * Charier mem. at reorg. * 
pres. and prin., Plainfield (N.J.) h.s., '70-4: 
'75-8, M.D.; phys., N.Y. city, '78-. 



280 W. 127th St., New York City. 

l-'rench orat. ; ist Clark prize; A.B. * V. 
law stu., N.Y. univ., '74-5, LL.B. ; med. stu.. 



Alexander McLachlan. Claysville, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem. at reorg. * b. Kilninver, .\rgyleshire, Scot., 10 Jul. '43; 
son of Arch, and Mary (Clark). * A.B. * Stu., Newburg theol. sem., '70-3; pas. (Unit. 
Presb.) Claysville, Pa., '73- * Moderator of synod of J'ittsburg, '99. * m. Louise S. 
Brown, Newburg, N.Y., 10 Jul. '73. 

Albert Dart Peake. Walton, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Charter mem. at reorg.; del. to '70 conv.; orat., '71 conv. * b. Hamden, 
N.Y.; son of Roswell and Celenda (Tiffany); prep., Del. acad. * Ed., Mag.; 2d Clark 
essay prize; salut. ; •^BK.; A.B. * Tea., '72-3; stu.. Alb. law sch., '72-3, LL.B.; adm. to 
bar. '73'> 'aw., Franklin, N.Y., '73; Delhi, '73-4; Walton, '74-80; Yonkers, '80-2; W'alton, 
'82-. * Supervisor, Vv'alton, '75; mem., bd. of educ, and pres., '85-00. * m. Martha 
McLaury, Walton, N.Y., 10 Sep.'74; (2) Marg. L Thompson, Walton, 2 Apr. "84. 



187I 

Almon Gordon Bardin. 170 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Insurance. * b. Glens Falls, N.Y., 18 Apr.'46; son of Lyman A. and Phoebe J. (Wins- 
low) ; prep., l-'t. Edward inst. * C.E. * Civ. eng., and surveyor, '71-7; merchant. Al- 
bany, N.Y., '77-81 ; ins. bus., '81 : sp. agt., N.W^. mut. life co., i Madison av., N.Y. city, '90-. 
* Contrib., Troy Times; N.Y. Sun. 

William Dexter Bullock. 5 Franklin St., Providence, R. I. 

Civil engineer. * Del. to '70 conz'. * b. Rehoboth, Mass., '17 .Apr.'so: son of Wm. K. 
and Hannah G. (Carpenter); prep., \Varren h.s. * Surv., ]).L. & W. ry., '71; with city 
eng., Lowell, Mass., '71-2; on N.Pac. ry. surveys in Wash., '7.2; with city eng.. City Hall, 
Providence. R.I. , in charge of bridges and harbor, '73-. * Mem., state legis., '86. * Mem., 
Am. soc. of civ. eng.; Bost. soc. of civ. eng. * m. Anna A. Taft, Pawtucket, R.I., 15 
Oct.'79. 



UNION — 1871-72-73. 199 

-Asa Leroy Rogers. New York City. 

Manufacturer. * Ptcs. * Son of Saml. J. and Lydia F. (Remington); prep.. Ft. Ed- 
ward inst. * A.B.; .A.M. * C^iv. eng., on Hell Gate imp., 'y\; on L.I. surv., '72; tea.,^ 
Adelphi acad., Brooklyn, N.Y., '74-5; lumber dealer, '76-82; car builder (pres., Feigel car 
CO.) '82-00. * m. Emily Fletcher, N.Y. city, '83. * d. Middle Falls, N.V., i May '00. 

James Caedmon Shelland. 3622 Bloomington Av. S., Minneapolis, Minn, 

Clereyman. * b. W'estficld, N.Y., 1.3 Jan. '45: prep., Ft. Edward col. inst. ' Ed., Con- 
cordiensis ; A.B.: A.M. * Theol. stu., Binghamton, N.Y. ; ord. (Meth.) Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 
15 Apr.'74; pas., Ortonville, Minn., "99-. ' Lect., Cliautauqua work in summer sch., Or- 
tonville, Minn. * Ph.B., Bloomington "74; PhlX, univ. of S. Uak. '90; D.l)., Nat. univ. 
'91. * m. Julia E. Buckley, C-hicago, 111., 6 Jun.'oo. 



1872 

Jasper Calvin Gates. 17 McGraw Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

Lawyer. * Prcs.; del. to '71 con'\ * b. Pleasantville, Pa., 23Mar.'5o; son of Aaron 
and Amanda M. (Cross); prep., Pleasantville acad. ' C.E. ; i\.B. * Stu., Union col., 
'72-3, .'\.B.; Alb. law sch., '73-4-, LL.B.; adm. to bar. Alb., '74; law.. Alb., Kalamazoo, 
Mich., '74-6; Detroit (res., 235' Alexandrine av. W.) '76-; prof, of law of evidence, real 
prop., trusts and domes, relations, Detroit col. of law, '9;-. * Auth., "Cases on law of 
real property," '98; "Selected cases on low of evidence," '99. * m. Lulu Foster,' Kalama- 
zoo, Mich., 9 Oct. '78. 

Daniel Scott Lamont. 238 West 73d St., New York City. 

Railway president. * b. Cortlandville, N.Y., 9 Feb. '51. * At Union, '68-71. * Dep. 
clerk, N.Y., assem., '71-5; chief clerk, N.Y. state dept., '76-8; rep.. Alb. Argus, '78-9; stock- 
holder and man. ed. ; priv. sec. to (lOv. Cleveland, '83-4; to Pres. Cleveland, '84-8; pres., 
Broadway system of surface rys., 35 Wall St., N.Y. city, '88-. * On exec, com., N.Y. asso. 
press; sec, N.Y. state Dem. central com.; direct., Tenn. coal & ry. co. ; sec. and treas., N.Y, 
loan and inipr. co. ; sec. of war under Pres. Cleveland. 

William Ballentine McMechan. 522 Main St., Kansas City, Mo;, 

Lawyer. * b. St. Louis, Mo.. 18 Nov. '48; son of John and Matilda (Ballentine). * 
Commenc. essay prize; A.B. * Adm. to bar, Nebraska City, Neb., '76; law., Kan.sas City^ 
Mo., '76- 

1873 
Andrew Buchanan. Chambersburg, Pa^ 

Bridge contractor. * b. Vail's Mills, N.^'., i70ct.'5i; son of John M. and Janet (Stark) ; 
prep., Amsterdam acad. * Civ. eng., IZyracuse, N.Y., '73-83; iron and steel bridge con- 
tractor, Chambersburg, Pa., '83-9, '91-; Elmira, N.Y., '89-91. * m. Minnie I'. Clark, El- 
mira, N.Y., 17 Sep. '88. 

William Danforth Hulett. Wallingford, Vt, 

Merchant. * At L'nion, — . * Merch., Wallingford, Ct., — . * Postmaster, Walling- 
ford. 

William Frederick Rost. ig N College St., Schenectady, N. Y, 

Musician. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., 30 May '^3: son of John and Maria (Malkmus); 
prep., Schenectady clas. inst. * .\i L'nion, '69-72. * Music tea., Schenectady, N.Y., 
'72-4, '89; Troy, '74-89; organist, Woodsidc Presb. ch., Troy, '76-97; tea. of music, and 
organist of 1st Ref. ch., Schenectady, '97-; jirof. of music, St. Mary's Cath. schs. of Troy. 
* V.pres., N.Y. state music teas. assn. * m. Carolyn C. Cinq Mars, W. Troy, N.Y., '75. 

Charles TenBrceck. Rhinebeck, N. Y, 

Teacher. * .\.B. * Tea.,. Rhinebeck, N.Y.. '73-5; stu., Colum. law scli., '75-7; law., 
N.Y. city, '77-9; tea., Rhinebeck, '79-. 

George VanBuren. Junction City, Tex. 

Ranchman. * b. X'ictor, N.Y., ii Dec. '45. ' At Union. '70-1. * Tea., Canandaigua 
(N.Y.) acad., '71-2; iron founder, Honeoye, '73-5; Ranchman, Tex., '75- 



200 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Joseph Harrison Wright. Xenia, 0. 

Clergyman. * b. Mullagreenan, Ire., 19 Jul. '49. * Commenc. appt. ; <1>BK.; A.B. * 
Stu., Un. tlieol. sem., '7 --4! Newburg theol. sem., '74-5; ord. (Unit. Presb.) Davenport, 
N.Y., '7q; pas. there, '75-9; Philadelphia, '79-80; Xcnia, O., '80-9. * m. Ella M. King, 
Pulaski, N.Y., 26 Apr.'76. * d. 20 Mar.'Sg. 



1874 

James Taylor Hoyt. 50 Temple Court, New York City. 

Lawyer. * b. Hastings, Midi., 16 May '51; son of Zerali T. and Sarah M. (Foote) ; 
prep., Saratoga Spa h.s. and privately. * ist Clark prize; 2d Inaugural essav; (t B K. ; 
A.E.; A.M. * Tea., Pulaski (N.Y.') acad., '74-6; stu., law sch., '76-7, LL.B.; 'law., N.Y. 
city (res., 17 K. 95th st.) '77-. * Inventor and chiefly interested in pat. law. * Auth., 
■"Mechanics' liens." * m. Emily C. Fenton, Pulaski, N.Y., i Oct. '79. * Father, Zerah 
T.. Vo. 

^William Leonard Jackson. Burnt Hills, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. * b. Glenville, N.Y., 2 May '52. * C.E. * Civ. eng., '74-93. * m. 
Florence Coleman, W. .Stephentown, N.Y., 3 Apr.'77. * d. '93. 

-'■Henry Webster Lawrence. Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Greenfield, N.Y., 6 Nov. '52. * <!■ B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Med. stu., 
•Greenfield, N.Y. ; Alb. med. sch., '78-9, M.D.; phys., Ballston Spa, N.Y., '79-89. * Mem., 
bd. of educ; sec, co. med. soc. * m. Celia K. Palmer, Greenfield, 25 Aug.'75. * Bro.. 
Eben S., '76. * d. 15 Tan. '89. 

James M Lewis. Kinsley, Kan. 

Editor. * Pel. to '7.? conv. * b. Oconomowoc, Wis., 20 Apr.'54; son of Jas. M. and 
Jane (Wellington); prep.. Burr & Burton sem. * C.E. * Farmer, Fairfax co., Va., 
'74-6; clerk. Wash. (D.C.) postoftice, '76-82: farmer and stock raiser, Kinsley, Kan., '82-94; 
ed., Kinsley (Kan.) Graphic, '94-. ' Pric. sec. to gov. of Kan., '98-9. * m. Cora Gil- 
bert, Lewis, Kan., 26 Apr.'87. 

Patrick Henry MacDermott. Watervliet, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., i Sep. '53; son of Patrick and Rose (Crowe); prep., 
Schenectady un. sell. * Class orat. ; ist jr. or at. prize; Warner prize; 2d Blatchford medal; 
2d Clark prize: 4' B K. ; -'\.B. * Theol. stu.. Montreal seni. of St. Sulpice, '74-7; pas. 
(R.C.) Alb., N.Y., '77-84; Johnstown, '84-00; Watervliet, '00-. * Trav., around world for 
study, '95-6: gen. sec, parish sch. system and promoter Fiscalis of the diocese of Alb. 

Robert A McDufee. Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * A.B. * Law stu.; law. and ins. agt., Amsterdam, N.Y., 

Charles Calvin Pratt. 

• — ■ . * At Union, — . * tlizabethtown, N.Y. (last known address.) 

George Marcius Viall. East Dorset, Vt. 

Farmer. * Pres. : del. to '72 conv. "* b. F'orset, Vt., 5 May '49; son of Isaac G. and 
Helen i\. (Roberts); prep., Elmwood inst. * Class pres.; ed.. Magazine; ist Pres. prize; 
Ger. orat.; commenc. appt.; valedic. ; <I>BK. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Alb. med. col., (M.D., 
't^^\ phys.. '76; farmer, E. Dorset, Vt., '76- * Register of deeds; treas., trus., pub. mon- 
eys and assessor, town of Dorset, '79; settler of estates of deceased and insolvent persons; 
mem., Vt. sen., '82-4; h. of reps., '86-8; del. to Dem. nat. conv., '88; pres., Agr. assn.. '96-. 
* m. Lvicy E. Deming, Lanesboro, Mass., i Feb. '76. 

George Byron White. Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Miltord, N.Y., 6Apr.'4g; son of Geo. and Eliz. (Levey); prep.. Alb. 
norm. sch. and Schenectady un. sch. * A.B. * Tea., Yonkers, N.Y., '74-9 (law stu., 
'74-7; adm. to bar, '77; law., Troy, '79-81; Amsterdam, '80. * Recorder, Amsterdam, 
'91-4: civ. serv. comr., '98- * m. Barbara T. Carver, Amsterdam, N.Y., 30 Jan. '84. 

*Henry Clifford Wilcox. Madison, Ct. 

Civil engineer. * b. Madison, Ct.. 28 Jul. '52. * C.E. * Civ. eng. on Erie canal. '75; 
on railroad. New Brunswick, '76-7; tea.-, Madison, Ct. ; register, probate ct. ; clerk, Bridge- 
port; div. eng., Chicago and N.W. ry., '80-1; div. eng., Quinnesec & S W. ry., '81-2. * d. 
Quinnesec, Mich., 27 Feb. '82. 




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1875 
^Ferdinand Julius Ballart. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. * C.K. ' Fellow, Union col., *75~7; tutor, '77-8; stu., Heidelburg 
univ., '78-80; asst. eng., X.Pac. ry., '80-1; in charge of chem. lab., Wash, univ., '82-3; 
min. expert in Mont., '83-4; ry. eng. in Minn, and Wis., '84-6. * Bro., Fred. A., 'So. * 
d. 8 Oct.'86. 

Louis Oppenheim. 402 E 50th St., New York City. 

Government official. * Cor.sec, l>res.; del. to '75 conv. * b. N.V. city, 17 Sep. '54. * 
Ed., Magazine; class prophet; saint.; "fEK.; A.B. * Tea., '7S-80; in U.S. naval office, 
N.Y. citv. '80- 

George Spencer Pierson. Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Sanitary engineer. " b. Bergen, N.Y., 25 Nov. '54; son of Josiah and Delia M. Spen- 
cer). * C.F.: A.M. * Grad. stu.. Union col., '75-8; city eng., Kalamazoo, Mich., '78- 
88; san. eng., "88-. Auth., "Separate system of sewerage,'" '86. * Mem., Am. soc. of 

civ. eng^;. * m. Mary 1). Parisli, Bergen, N.V., 4. Tun. '78; (2) Ruth H. Brown, Kalama- 
zoo, Mich., '96. 

1876 

Frank Mason Comstock. 85 Cornell St., Cleveland, 0. 

Teacher. * Fres.; del. to '70 com'. * b. Leroy, N.^'., 20 May '55; son of Saml. F. 
and J\Iary M. (Turner); prep., Leroy inst. * Ed., Mag.; A.B.; C.E. ; A.M. * Asst., 
Adirondack surv., '76; fellow., Union col., '76-7; ins. agt., Leroy, N.Y., '77-8; tea., Leroy 
acad. inst., '78-9; prin., '79-91; prof, of nat. hist, and Eng., Case sch. of applied sci., Cleve- 
land. O., '91-. * V.pres., Genesee valley alum. assn. of Un. col. * Contrib., .'im. geol. 
* Mem., Roch. acad. of sci.; O. state acad. of sci.; .\m. geog. soc; Can. forestry assn.; 
Am. forestry assn, * Ph.D., '91. * m. Louise N. Brown, Leroy, N.V., 29 Jun.'82. 

*Joseph Reuben Davis. Meath, Pa. 

Clergyman. * b. Meath, Pa., iiAug.'s3. * * B K, ; .'^.B, ; A,M. * Tea., Franklin, 
N.Y,, '76-7; tutor, Un. col., '77-80; stu., Un. theol. sem., '80-3; ord. (Presb.) 16 May '83; 
miss.. Riverside, Cal., '83. * d. 15. Tan. '84. 

Homer Green. Honesdale, Pa. 

Lawyer. * Cor.sec.. fres : del. to '74 com'.; poet, 'jg and '87 convs. * b. Ariel, Pa., 
to Jan. '53; son of Giles and Harriet L. (Schenck). * ist Blatchford, Clark and hist, 
prizes; 3d pres. prize: A.B.; C.E. * Stu., Alb. law sch., '76-7, LL.B. ; law., Honesdale, 
Pa., '79- * Dist. atty., Wayne co., '81-4; direct., nat. bank; cemetery co. * Auth. and 
prize winner, "Dick the door boy," (story) '84; "The blind brother," (story) '86; "The 
banner of the sea," (poem) '89; "DeQuincy's deed," (poem) '90; auth,, "Burnleam breaker," 
'87; "Coal and the coal mines," '89. * Contrib., \ . Am. rev.; Yottth's companion; Chris- 
tian union; Lippincott's mag.: Be'.ford's man.; Critic; Once a week; Kate Field's Washing- 
ton. * m. Katherine F. Gaines, Alb., N.Y.. zo Jun.'86. 

William Henry Holt. N. Brookfield, Mass. 

Manufacturer's agent. * b. DeKalb, N,Y,, 30 May '54. * C.E. * Civ. eng., Rich- 
mond, Ind., '76; mecli. draftsman, N. Brookfield, Mass., '77-83; agt. for boot and shoe 
machinery, 106 Summer St., Boston, Mass., '83-. * m. Dora A. Campbell, N, Broofikeld, 
Mass., 7 ^Iar,'83. 

William Olin Landreth. Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 

College professor. * C.F..; A.M. * Asst. astron., Dudley obs., Alb., N.Y., '77-9; prof, 
of eng., Vanderbilt univ.; L^nion col., '94-. 

Eben Seward Lawrence. Balston Springs, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Greenfield, N.Y. , 4 Apr.'ss. * A.B,; A.M. * Med. stu., M.D. ; phys.. 
Greenfield, N.Y. ; Ballston Spa. * Coroner, Saratoga co. * ni. Jennie I*". McClew, 5 
Feb.'85. * Bro., Henry IV., '74- 

John Fraser Lockwood. 1036 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. 

Physician. * Pres * b. Scotch Bush, N.Y. * Valedic. ; A.B. * On N.Y. state 
survey, '76-8; stu., Alb. med. sch., '78-81, M.D.; phys.. Friendship, '81-4; Grand Rapids, 
Wis., '84-6: Batavia, TU., '86-99; Chicago, '99-. * Health officer. Grand Rapids, Wis., 
'84-3; CO. phys., Keene co.. 111., '86-99. * Contrib., Med. annals; N.Y. Med. record. * 
m. Ella Miner, Friendship, N.Y., 5 Sep. '88, * Bro., Harry. Rutgers 'i)[. 



202 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Daniel James Robertson. Thayer, Kan, 

Clergyman. * b. Stratford, N.Y., lo Mar.'so. * <1' B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. 
sem., '76-9; ord. (Presb.) Canisteo, N.Y., Sep. '70; pas. there, '79-84; Thayer, Kan., "84-9. 
* m. Mary Taylor, Canisteo, N.Y., 1 Mar. '82. * d. 26 Oct. '89. 

Clarence Page Townsley. War Dept., Washington, D. C. 

Army officer. * b. DeKalb, N.Y., 24 Sep. '55; son of E. P. and Louise E. (Thompson); 
prep., Potsdam, N.Y. * C.E. * Civ. eng., C.C. & B.H. ry., Sioux City, la., '76-7; cadet 
U.S. milit. acad., West Point, N.Y., '77-81: 2d lieut., U.S. army, '81-8; ist lieut., '88-99; 
cap., art. corp, '99- * Maj. chief ord. officer, U.S. vol., '98-9: same on staff of Gen. A. R. 
ChaiTee and Gen. Wm. Ludlow during Span. -Am. war; aide-de-camp. Gen. John L Rodgers, 
ch. of art. * m. Florence Howland, Newport, R.I., 7 Jan. '91. 



1877 

Spencer Madison Adsit. New Scotland, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Prcs.; del. to '76 (spring) concx\ * b. Clifton Park,N.Y., 24 Jan. '50. * 
Cap., baseball; footbalhed., Spectator; class hist.; 2d Blatchford orat. ; 4' B K. ; A.B.; A.M. 
* ord. (Meth.) Burlington, V't., '79; pas., Sharon .Spa, N.Y., '78-80; Schroon Lake, '80-1; 
.Schaghticoke, '81-4; Charlton, '84-7; Ketcham's Corners, '87-90; Poultney, Vt., '90-2; pas. 
(Presb.) Cal., '92-9; New Scotland, N.Y., '09-. * Visitor to Ft. Edward inst. and Poult 
ney acad. * m. Stella Reed, Vischer's Ferry, N.Y., '77. 

Clarence Ellis Akin. Johnsonville, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Dei. to '76 conv. * b. Johnsonville, N.Y., 4 Mar. '55; son of Justus H. and 
Ellen J. (Van Vechten) ; prep., Troy acad. * Baseball; ed., Spectator; jr. Lat. prize; 
*BK. ; A.B. * Law stu., '77-80; law., Keenan Bid;;., Troy, N.Y., '80-. * Asst. dist. 
atty., Rensselaer co. * m. Tinny H. Caldwell, Buffalo, N.Y., 10 Dec.'8i. 

Edwin C Baird. Dayton, 0. 

Civil engineer. * b. Dayton, O., 28 May '56; prep., Dayton h.s. * C.E. * Res. eng. 
on Dayton & .Southeastern ry. ; L.E. & \V. ry. ; C. & St.L. ry. * City eng., Dayton, '85-9; 
CO. eng., Montgomery co. * m. Mary I^. Wood, 22 Feb. '85. 

Lucius Everett Hawley. 129 College St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Potsdam, N.Y., 8Aug.'53; son of Tilness; prep., Potsdam norm. sch. * 
A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Nyack, N.Y., '77-8; Stamford, Ct., '78-9; New Rochelle, N.Y., '79- 
82; Warrensburg and Smithland, la., '83-5; prin., Eng. clas., and math. sch. for boys, Buf- 
alo, N.Y., '85-99; prin. and prop., Hawley's prep, sch., Chautauqua, '99- * m. Frances M. 
Meeker, Moira, N.Y., 29 Nov.'77. 

1878 

Lewis Cass. 152 Elm St., Albany, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * .4dtn. hy Cole;iitc: pre.';.; del. to '76-7 convs.; •■ncm., exec, council, '79-8^- 
b. Decatur, N.Y., 30 Dec.'s4; son of Lilbern A. and Sarah (McDonald); prep.. Alb. norm. 
col. * At Colgate, '74; at Union, '74-8; ed., Concordievsis; A.B. * Law stu., Albany, 
N.Y., '78-81; adm, to bar. '81; law., 82 State St., '81. * Orat. of Adelphic lit. soc. Union 
col., '88; atty. for dept. of agr. of the state of N.Y., '86-95: N.Y. vet. soc, '95- * Mem., 
Alb. inst. and hist, and art soc. * m. Kate I^andon. Schenectady, N.Y., 3 Feb. '86. * 
Bro., Thad-dcus G., Colgate '78. 

Hugh Humphrey De Yermand. 248 Hudson Av., Albany, N. Y. 

Merchant. * Del. to '76 (spring) conv. * b. Albany, N.Y., 13 May '56; son of Wm. 
and Matilda (van Steenbergh) ; prep.. Alb. boys' acad. * A.B. * Dealer in paints, oils 
and glass, 38 1 Broadway, Alb., N.Y.; stu. of annelids. Great Egg Harbor, N.J. , '98; in charge 
of tannery, Weavertown, N.Y.. '99. * Mem., Alb. inst. and hist, and art soc. * m. 
Mary S. W. Fairburn, 18 Jun.'gi. 



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203 



1879 



Charles Hodge Blain. 



Merchant. * b. Canaan, X.Y.. - Mar.'sj. 
Mass. * m. Emma J. Burt, ']~aunton, Mass. 



At Union, 



Taunton, Mass. 

Mercliant. Taunton, 



Louis Jackson Davids. Southern Cal. Ry., San Diego, Cal. 

Civil engineer. * 1). New Rochelle, X.V., :8 Sep.'s^. * .-\.P>.-, C.E. * Min. eng. in 
S.A., '79-80; ry. cng. in Ecuador, '80-1; fellow. Union col., '81; locating eng. on Sinalon & 
Durango (Mex.) ry., "81-2; ry. eng. in Cal. and Wash., '82-6; with S. Cal. ry., '87-97; con- 
sult eng., San Diego, '97-9; city eng., '99-00; investigating irrigation possibilities in S.E. 
Tex., Rockport, '01. * m. Eda Scidmore, San Diego, Cal., '95. 



At l^nion, '75-9, baseball. 
* Dist. sell. comr. 6 vrs. 



Greenfield, N. Y. 

Tea., '79-82: trav. 
m. Sagie D. Smitli, 



Amsterdam, N. Y. 



*James Gilbert Weeden. 

Farmer. * b. Rallston, \.Y. * 
salesman; farmer, Greenfield, X.Y. 
Greenfield, 14 Mar. '78. * d. '92. 

Edward Payson White. 

Lawyer. * Prrs. : del. to 'yg conv. * b. Amsterdam. X.V., 21 Mar.'sS; son of Jos. X. 
ajid Cath. J. Maxwell); prep., Amsterdam acad. * Class pres. ; founder and ed. -in-chief, 
Concordiensis: Xott prize scholar.; soph. orat. prize: Ingham essay prize; Blatchford orat. 
medal: highest grade in class; •!> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Leroy (X.Y.) acad., '79-81; ed., 
Amsterdam Democrat, '81-3; stu., Harv. law sch.. '83-4: adm. to bar, '84; law., Amsterdam. 
'84-. * Sec. * B K. of Un. col.; pres., Un. alum. assn. of Xortheastern X.Y. ; city atty., 
Amsterdam. '87: trustee, Un. col.; cap., ao.^d reg., N.Y. vol. inf.. Span. -Am. war and act. 
major. * ni. Mary L. Olmsted, I.crov, X.Y., 7 Sep. '87. * Bros.. Win. ]\1.. 'Si ; Jos. 
N., 'rJV. 



1880 



Wilber Entrican Anderson. 414 Vine St., Scranton, Pa. 

Civil engineer. * Pel. to '70 coir.'. * 1). Eeroy. .V.Y.. 28 T>il.'-57; son of Wilber H. and 
Isadorc (I'.ntrican). ' C'lass-day marshal: commcnc. appt. : A.B. * Civ. eng., Pt. Henry 
and Crown Point, X.Y.. '80-1: .'^cranton, I'a.. '81; eng. for real est. dept., D. & H. co., '82-. 

* m. I'liz. G. Ilollistcr, Scranton. Pa.. 16 Sep. '85. 

Frederick August Ballart. 117 Baker St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Dealer in art supplies. * Trras.. rcc.src.. cor. sec. r.f^res., frcs. * h. Schenectady, 
X.Y., 7Dec.'s9' son of Ferdinand and 'Regenin (Guilp) ; prep.. Syracuse h.s. * A.B * 
Clerk, Syracuse, X.Y., '80-3, '85-9; druggist, Ithaca. '89-96: dealer in antiques and art sup- 
plies, 628 Kirk blk.. Syracuse. X.Y., '96-. * m. Ida P. Smitli. Syracuse, X.Y., 12 Dec. '94. 

* Bro., Ferdinand J., '/.s. 

Eli Sanford Godfrey. 974 Bergen St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Engineer and contractor. * Pres.: del. to '7H coitv. * h. Easton, Ct., 25 Apr.'56; son 
of Edvyin and .\nna M. * C.E. * Min. eng., Essex co., X.Y.. 'So-i: with X.Pac. ry., 
'81; with X.^'. state surv., '81-2; head draftsman, C. B. Cottrell & sons, printing presses, 
Westerly, R.I.. '82-6: ch. asst. eng., Cumberland valley S: Unaka ry.. '87: mem., A. B. See 
mfg. CO.. elevators. Brooklyn, X.Y.. '87-92; min. eng. and erect, min. plants, '92-6; eng. 
and contractor, water and .sewer plants, house bldg. and plumbing contract., also with D. E. 
Wallace &- co.. brokers, 203 Broadway, X.Y. city, '96- * ni. Elma A. Beach, Easton, Ct., 
27 Jan. '87. 

Robert Judson Landon. Schenectady. N. Y. 

Eawyer. * Treos.. pres.: del. to '78 and '70 roiK'.?. .• hist.. '8.f Quinquennial. * h. Sche- 
nectady, X.Y.. I Aug.'59. * Class-day prophet: \\'arner prize; commenc. appt.: <1'BK.; 
A.B. * Law stu.. Schenectady, X.Y.,''8i-2: Alb. law sch., '82-3, LL.B. ; adm. to bar, '83; 
law., Schenectady. "83-. * Mem., Schenectady bd. nf health, '86-; mem., bd. of educ, '98- 

* m. Alarv T. Gilmour. Schenectadv, i2X^ov.'8s. * Father. Judson S.. Hon.: bro.. H'w. 
P.. '86. 

David Muhlfelder. 45 Benson Bldg., Albany, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Pres.: del to '70 conz\ * b. P>allston. X.Y.. 26 Dec. '60. * Class pres.; 
commenc. appt.; <1'BK. ; A.B. * Law stu., Ballston Spa, X.Y., '80; Alb. law sch., '80-2; 
adm. to bar. "82; law. (res., 50 Jay st.') Alb.. '82-. * Tus.. city ct. of Alb.; pres., Adelphi 
club. * Mem., .Mb. inst. and h'st. and art soc. 



204 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Frederick Titsworth Rogers. 117 Broad St., Providence, R. I. 

Oculist. * Rcc.scc. ['res. * b. Alfred, N.Y., 13 Mar. '59; son of Wm. A. and Rebecca 
(Titsworth); prep.. Providence Eng. and clas. sch. * Cap., baseball; cd., Concordicnsis ; 
salut. ; <t>BK. ; A. P.. * Med.stu., N.Y. univ., '80-2, ist honor, M.D. ; phys., Westerly, R.I., 
'82-90; oculist, Providence, R.L, '90-. * Pres., bd. of sch. trustees, Westerly; del. to nat. 
conv., '88; surg., R.I. hosp. ; St. Joseph's hosp. ; treas., R.L med. soc. ; pres., Prov. med. 
assn. * Auth., "Hist, of the med. profession of Wash, co.," '89. * Mem., Am. med. 
assn. ; Am. oph. soc; ;\m. otolog. soc; N.E. oph. soc; Am. soc. laryng. otolog. and rhinolog. 
* m. Carrie E. Gavitt, Westerly, R.L, 15 Nov.'Sa. 

^Harrington Manning Smith. Dayton, 0. 

. * At LTnion, — . * d. '76. 

Edward Titsworth Tomlinson. Elizabeth, N. J. 

Clergyman. * At LTnion, — . * Headmaster, Rutgers gram, sch., New Brunswick, 
N..T.; tea., Elizabeth, N.J.; pas.. Cent. Bap. ch. * Father, Geo. E., '57. 



1881 
Alexander V Campbell. 53 William St., New York City 

Lawyer. * b. Stillwater, N.V., 9 Nov. '57. * 1st soph. orat. ; A.l!. * Stu., Colum. 
law sch., '81-3; adm. to bar, '83; law., (res., 14 W. 29th st.) N.Y. city, '83-. 

Ripley Shurtleff Lyon. Logan, Ut. 

Bank cashier. * J'reas., rcc.sec; del. to 'So conv. * b. Salem, N.Y., i Jun.'6o; son of 
Edw. H. and Sarah (Swits); prep., Schenectady clas. inst. * Soph, prize orat.; ist Wolfe 
art prize; commenc. orat.; 4> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Alb. med. col., '81-2; dep. clerk, dist. ct., 
Brookings, S.D., '82-3; cashier, Merchants' bank, '83-92; trav. in Eur., '92; cashier, ist nat. 
bank, Logan, Ut., '93-8; trav. in tropics, '98; temp. res. in Cal., '99-- * City clerk, city 
treas.; direct. Creamery co., electric light co., bldg and loan assn.; Brookings, S.D., '82-92; 
organizer and cap., co.' G, 2d regt.. Dak. nat. guard, '86-8: mem., Rep. state ex. com., Ut., 
'95-6; treas., Ut. state agr. col. and U.S. exp. station, '96-98; org. and direct., Ut. mortgage 
loan Corp., Logan, '99-; v. pres., iSt nat. bank, '98-. 

Frank Willard Moore. Potsdam, N. Y. 

Merchant. * Del. to '78 conv.; v.pres., '80 conv. * b. DeKalb, N.Y., 31 May '57. * 
A.B. * Merch., Potsdam, N.Y., '82-5; lumber dealer, '85-. * m. Jessie N. Crane, Pots- 
dam, 12 Sep. '8.:. * Father. Darius A., Hon.: bro., Win. .4., '84. 

^Herbert Henry Taylor. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Ballston Centre, N.Y.; son of Chas. H. and Esther M. (Chapman); prep., 
Leroy acad. * Baseball; pres., intercol. baseball lea.; class-day orat., A.B. * Stu., Colum. 
law sch., '81-3, LL.B.; .%di.i. to bar, '83; law., Brooklyn, N.Y., '88-02. * Dcp. naval 
officer, port of N.Y., '90-5; clerk. Kings co. ct., '97-9. * m. Fanny G. Goodwin, N.Y. 
city, 4 Dec"88. ' d. 30 Nov. '02. 

William Maxwell White. 26 Pearl St., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Physician. * Pres. * b. Amsterdam, N.Y., 28 Mar.'56; son of Jos. N. and Cath. J. 
(Maxwell); prep., Amsterdam acad. * Chairman, class-day com., A.B. * Teleg. opera- 
tor, '81-4; stu.. Alb. med. sch., '84-6, (valedic.) M.D.; phys., Amsterdam, N,Y., '86- * 
Pres. and sec, Montgomery co., horaeo. med. soc: health officer, Amsterdam, '95-. * Bros., 
Edw. P., '/Q; Jos. N., '94. 

Irving W Wiswall. Ballston Springs, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Ft. Miller. N.Y., 26 Jan. '59: son of Henry and Eunice .\. * Pres., ath. 
assn.: champion pole vaulter; A.B. * Ed., Pierre (S.D.) Free Press. '81-3; law., Ballston 
Spa, '83-. 

1882 

*Albert Edward Catmichael. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Student. * A.B. * d. 23 Jun.'82. 



UNION — 1882-83-84. 



205 



Lev/is Augustus Coffin. 49 W. 50th St., New York City. 

Physician. * b. Lisbon, N.Y., z^ Oct.'s6; son of Julius A. and Jane A. (Partridge). * 
A.B. * Tea., Ogdensburg (N.Y.) acad., '82-4; med. stu., univ. of Newport, '84-6, M.D.; 
phys., Newport, '86-90; instr. in phys., Univ. med. col., Newport, '87-90; N.Y. univ. med. 
sch., '90; phvs., N.Y. city, '90-. * Surg., Manhattan eye and ear hosp. * m. Sarah G. 
Geer, N.Y. city, 16 Oct.'Sg. 

James R Fairgrieve. Walton, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Prcs.; del. to '7<) con''. * h. De.xter, ]Me., 22 Feb. '58; son of Jas. and 
I.sabcl; prep., I'n. clas. inst. * Baseball; class prcs.; class-dav poet; 2d Allen essay prize; 
4'BK.; A. p..; .\.M. * Tea., Schaghticoke (N.Y.) un. sch., '82-5; ed., Fulton Times, '85- 
90; prin., Walton, '90-. * m. Grace A. Nutt, Schaghticoke, N.Y., 5 Tun. '86. * Bro., 
Geo. IV., 'So. 



Wilson H Van Buren. 

. * 3d Allen prize; A.B. 

John Sunderlin Van Vechten. 

Physician. * At Union, '78-81. 
tcaugay, N.Y., '83-. 

Frederick Daniel Van Wa<;enen. 

Lawyer. * Prcs. : del. to '81 coh-.\ * 
Ann (Page); prep.. Falley seni. * ,\.B. 



Med. stu., univ. of Mich. 



Tacoma, Wash. 
Chateaugay, N. Y. 

■81-3, M.D.; phys., Cha- 



'84; law., Fulton, '84-. 



Fulton, N. Y. 

\'olney. N.Y., 8 Aug.'59; son of Fred. D. and 
Law stu., Fulton, N.Y., '82-4; adm. to bar, 



m. Eleanor V. Gilniour, Fulton, N.Y., 13 Jun.'8j 



Edward Charles Whitmyer. 

Teacher. * Del. to 'Si coii'\ 
Mem., N.Y. constit. conv., '04. 



Schenectady, N. Y. 

2d Blatchford prize; 'I'BK.; A.B. * Tea.. '82-. * 



1883 

James Cook Hemphjll. Alfred, N. Y. 

Mechanical draftsman. * Prc.<. * b. Bnllston S|>a. .'V.Y., i6 Jun.'sg. * C.E. * With 
Smead & co., iron works, Louisville, Ky., '83-4; chief draftsman, C.B.Cottrell & sons, print- 
ing presses, \\'esterlv. R.L, 'S4-01: Rogers & liemphill, nifrs. machine tools, Alfred. N.Y.. 
'oT- * m. Etta A.' Stillman. Westerly, R.L, i3 0ct.'86. 

*Lemuel Gardner Lloyd. Pittsfield, Mass. 

Bookkeeper. * b. Pittsfield. Mass., '60. * ,\t Union, '79-81. * Mercliant in West; 
bookkeciicr, Pittsfield. ]\Iass., "86-90. * d. 3 Dec.'90. 



1884 



Tea., Morristovv n, N.^' 



Potsdam, N. Y. 

bank officer. * m. 



Potsdam, N. Y. 

son of Darius A. and Emily B. ; prep.. 
Potsdam. N.Y. , "84-. * Father, Datiiis 



='~Zenas Clark. 

TeaM-.er. * Del. to 'Si c(nn: * A.B. 
'07. * d. .\ug.'98. 

William Alonzo Moore. 

Manufacturer. * b. DeKalb. X.^^, .•'2 Fcb.'.'ii 
Potsdam. * A.B. * Mfr. of doors, blinds, etc. 
A., Hon.; bro., Frank W.. '8r. 

Eugene Augustus Hoffman Tays. Rancho San Bias, Fuerte, Sinaloa, Mex. 

Civil en.eineer. * b. West Point. N.>'.. 24 Oct. '61; son of Tos. W. and T. (Kitchens); 
prep., Mayville (Ky.) Bap. inst. and Burlington I'N. T.) milit. col. * At LTnion. '80-2. * With 
Mex. cent, ry., '82-3; eng., Topolobampo & Pac. ry., '83-4; eng. and supt., ranch in dist. 
ot Fuerte, Sinaloa, '84-5: priv. eng. and surv.. '8,-6: chief eng.. jMex.-Am. constr. co., Sina- 
loa. '86-8; asst. eng.. Sonora, Sinaloa and Chihuahua ry. co., '88-9; priv. eng., '89-91; chief 
eng.. Mex. western ry., and ch. eng.. Credit Foncier co.'s irrigation canal. '91-3; mine eng. 
and supt., San Tavier silver mines. Sinaloa, '93: min. eng., Palmarejo min. co., and charge 
of ATex. min. ry. co.. '93-4; supt.. San Augustin min. co.. San Rafael, Chihuahua. '94-5: 
millman and extra eng., .\ng1o-Mex. min. co., ltd., San Jose de Gracia, Sinaloa. '95-6; min. 
eng. and mgr.. Compania Minera de Santo Tom.as y .^nexas, San Tose de Gracia, '96; min. 
eng., Anglo-Mex. min. co., San Jose de Gracia '96-7: mine foreman of same co., '97; act. 
mgr., Anglo-Mex. min. co., '97-8: mgr. same, '08-. * Mem., Am. soc. of civ. engs. ; Am. 
inst. of min. cngs. * m. Rosaura Vega, Fuerte, Sinaloa, Mex., 21 Jul. '85. 



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DELTA UPSILON UKCKNNEAL. 



1885 
William Curtis Mills. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Del. to 'Si conv. * Son of \\ m. C. and Marg. (Steele); prep., Glovers- 
ville h.s. * 2d soph. orat. prize; Ingham essay prize. * Law stu., Gloversville, N.Y.; 
adm. to bar, '87; law., Gloversville, '87-. * Dist. atty., Fulton, '96-02. * m. Anna Potter, 
Jun.'SS. 

William Harlow Munsell. 292 Breckinridge St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Business. * b. Oswego, N.Y., 29 Jan. '63; son of John H. and Laura S. (Clark); prep., 
Un. clas. inst. * A.B. * With Wagner palace car co., '85-6; teller, bank of Buffalo, '86- 
97; Great Eastern casualty & indemnity co., 31 White bldg., Buffalo, '97- * m. Laura M. 
Mead, 21 Jan. '91; (2) Kate JNL Zeigel, 29 Nov. '93. 

William Farlin Richards, 862 Park Av., New York City. 

Engineer. * b. \Varrensburg, N.Y., 15 Jan. '62; t-on of Geo. and Harrietta A. (Belcher). 
* ist Allen prize; A.B. * Draftsman, Westerly, K.I.; Cliicago, HI.; asst. eng., park dept., 
N.Y. city, '92- * m. Clara A. Moore, N.Y. city, 5 Dec. '96. 

George Finley Sprague. 269 E. 2d South St., Salt Lake City, Ut. 

Company director. ' b. Middlebury, N.Y., 4 Jan. '64; son of Geo. F. and Susan (Tom- 
linson) ; prep., Leroy acad. inst. * At Union, '81-4. * Merch., Lawrence, Kan., '84-9; 
trav. salesman. Wis., Ja., Kan. and Minn., '89-96; trav .for health, in Mt. states, '96-7; sec. 
and man. direct.. Home invest, co., 10 W. South st., Salt Lake city, Ut., '97-. 

Robert James Wands. Inverness, Md. 

Oyster planter. * b. N.Y. city, 17 Apr. '64; son of Alex. H. and Jennie (Purdy); prep.. 
Alb. h.s. * At Union, 81-3; class pres. and sec. ' Bus.' Alb., N.Y., '84-94; oyster 
planter, Inverness, Md., '94-. * Postmaster, Inverness, '95-; treas., Clark, \Vands & Ben- 
nett CO.; v.pres., (Clarke, Hemingway & Terry co. * m. Lois M. Edmonds, Alb., N.Y., 16 
Mar.'96. 

1886 

Gustave Sylvan Borwin. 32 Nassau St., New York City. 

Lawyer. * Rec.scc, pres.; del. to '85 conv. *' b. Hammond, N.Y., 26 Jun.'62. * 
Cap., baseball; class pres., class-rtay hist.; A.B. * Law stu., '86-7; Alb. law sch., '87-8; 
adm. to bar, '88; law., Ogdensburg, '88-98; N.Y. city, '98-. * Sec. and treas., Mann mfg. 
CO., and Ogdensburg boot and shoe co., '90-8; recorder, '89-98. * m. Mary L. Allen, Og- 
densburg, ig Jun.'89. 

Wilbur Fisk I.amont. Catskill, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Richmondville, N.Y., 29 Tul.'63. * Baseball; commenc. appt. ; ist Allen 
prize; A.B. * Med. stu. and cattle buyer, '86-7; Alb. med. sch., '87-9, M.i). ; phys., .\lb. 
(N.Y.) hosp., '89-90; Catskill, '90- * Bro., IVin. S., Cornell '90. 

William Pierce Landon. Rochelle, III. 

Lawyer. * Pres., chah. Qtiar. cd.: del. to 'S/f and '86 convs. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., 
27 Oct. '65. * Cap., baseball; champion athlete; pres., ath. assn.; intercol. champion pole 
vaulter; class-day orat.; ist Blatchford prize; commenc. appt.; <l> B K. ; A.B. * Organizer, 
Union col. alum., '86-7; law stu., Schenectady and Albany, N.Y., '87-9; adm. to bar, '89; 
law., St. Paul, Minn., '89-90; asst. pas., House of Hope, '90-2; stu., McCormick theol. sem., 
'90-3; pas., Rochelle (111.) Presb. ch., '93-7; ord. there. '93; man., cattle ranches in Kan. 
(res., Rochelle) '97-01; law., i^ochelle, '97-. * m. Kittie W. Kosvoth, Schenectady, N.Y., 
'92; (2) Marg. .'\. Cass, Rochelle, 111., '96. ' rather, Jud.'-on S., Hon.; bro., Robert J., 'So. 

Fred Nelson Moulton. Saugerties, N. Y. 

School superintendent. * b. Sandy Creek, N.Y., 28 May '62; son of Nelson M. and 
Rhoda E. (Jacobs); prep., Sandy Creek h.s. * At Union, - — . * Tea., Verona, N.Y., 
'84-5; prin., Brookfield (N.Y.) acad., '85-8; Warrensburg h.s., '88-93; supt. of schs., and 
prin., Saugerties h.s., "93-. * Hon. lib., Saugerties pub. lib.. '94-. * m. Cora A. Fergu- 
son, Leonardsville, N.V., 17 Aug.'87. 

Frederick Stephen Randall. Ledger Publishing Co., New York City. 

Publisher. * Fres.; del. to '85 conv. * b. Stafford, N.Y., 3 Apr. '64; son of Perry and 
Mary E. (Batchelder) ; prep.. Leroy inst. * Class-day poet; ed. -in-chief, Concordiensis: 
2d Blatchford prize; commenc. appt.; A.B. * Tea., Morganville, N.Y., '86-7; rep., Roch. 
morn. Herald, '87; law stu., '87-90; law., Fairport, '90-4; Leroy, '94-02; pres.. Ledger 
pub. CO., N.Y. city, '02-. * Dist. atty., Genesee co., '98. * m. Helene C. Garvin, Al- 
bany, iN'.Y., 10 Nov. '87. 



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1887 

William Mark Campbell. Winona, Minn. 

Manufacturer. * At Union, — . * ^[erch., Troy, Minn.; with Straw & Ellsworth 
mfg. CO., Milwaukee, Wis., -. 

George Lovell Flanders. Albany, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Parishville, jN.Y., 29 Feb. '56; son of Arthur and Mary (Lovell). * At 
Union, '83-5. Priv. sec. to Sen. Krwin; stu., Alb. law sch., '87-8, LL. B.; adm. to bar, '88; 
law., Albany, '88-; asst. state comr. of agr., '88- * m. Cath. S. Kuler, Albany, 25 Apr.'88. 

George Warren Furbeck. 522 Central Av., Albany, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Pres.; chap. Guar. ed. * b. Westerlow, N.Y., 23 Oct. '64; son of Philip 
and Mary (Wells); prep., Paterson sem. * 2d Blatchford prize; commenc. appt. ; <I>BK.; 
A.B.; A.M. * Stu., N.B. theol. sem., '87-90; ord. (R.D.) 3 Jul. '90; pas., Stuyvesant, 
N.Y., '90-8; 6th Kef. ch. Alb., N.Y., '98- * m. Abbie L. Mitchell, Preakness, N.J., 23 
Oct. '90. * Father, Philip, '^4; bro., Huivord R., '97. 

William Franklin Huyck. Leroy, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Pres. * b. Leroy, N.Y., 23 Mar. '66. * At Union, '83-7; class-day mar- 
shal. * Clerk, Leroy (N.Y.) postoffice, '87-8; law stu., '88-9; Alb. law sch., '89-90; adm. 
to bar, '90; law., Leroy, '90-. 

Irving Peake Johnson. 1409 Chicago Av., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Clergyman. * Chap. Qiiar. ed. : del. to '86 conv. * b. Hudson, N.Y., 5 Xov.'66; son 
of Wni. R. and Adeline (Dickinson): prep.. Union clas. inst. * Cap., baseball; pres., ath. 
assn. ; ed. and bus. mi^r., Concordiensis ; 3d Clark essay; Ingham essay; Veeder prize ex- 
tem. speak.; ist Allen prize; commenc. appt.; "J> B K.; A.B. * Stu., Oxford, Eng., '90; Gen. 
theol. sem., '91; ord. (Epis.) Omaha, Neb., 18 Oct. '91; rec, St. Andrew's Omaha, '91-4; 
head of asso. mission, '93-4; charge of St. Martin's, S. Omaha, '94-01; Gethsemane ch., 
Minneapolis, Minn., '01-. * Exam, chap., diocese of Neb., '96-01; ed., Crozier Diocesan 
Organ, '99-01; Canon of Trinity cathedral, '99-01. * m. Grace W. Keese, 18 Jun.'94. 

Nelson Manning Redfield. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Rochester, X.Y., 21 Tan. '66; son of flenry L. and Sarah H.; prep., Leroy, 
N.Y. * C.E. * Asst. eng., .Vashville & Charlestown ry., '87-8; Tenn. & Car. ry., '88; 
Knoxville, Cumberland Gap it Louisville ry., '8S-9: city eng., Middleboro co., '89; trav. m 
South, 'Sg-Ts: law., Buffalo, N'.Y., '95-. 

William Isaac Sweet. Everett, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Throop, N.Y., 6. Tun. '63; son of \ aughn and Julia (Ferris); prep., 
("azenovia sem. * At Union, '83. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '84-7; ord. (Presb.) Dundee, 
X.Y., '87; pas., Fairhaven, '87-9; (Cong.) Farmington, N.H., '89-92; Passaic, N.J., '92-7; 
Everett, Mass., '97-. * m. Jennie E. Johnson, Pt. Byron, N.H., 4 Aug.'84. 



1888 

*James Edward Brennen. 135 N. Pearl St., Albany, N. Y. 

Phvsican. * At L'nion, — ; ist soph, prize. * Stu., .\lb. med. col., ^LD.; phys.. Alb., 
N.Y.' * d. 'oo. 

William Logan Kennedy, 142 W. 74th St., New York City. 

Banker and broker. * Treas , rec.scc.. v. pres., pres.: chap. Quar. ed.i del. to '86 conv. 

* b. Johnstown, N.Y., 12 Jan. '67; son of Wm. L. and Margaretta (Edwards); prep., Johns- 
town h.s. * Commenc. appt.; A.B. "' Priv. sec, Harvey Kennedy, banker and broker, 
N.Y. city, '88-9; mem.. N.Y. stock exch. and banker and broker, N.Y. city, '89- * m. 
Marg. E. Smith. 3 Oct.'93. 

James Ezra Smith. 315 Washington Av., Albany, N. Y. 

Physican. * b. 5 Oct. '67; son of Chas. H. and Lucv (Blair); prep.. Alb. acad. * C.E. 

* Stu., Alb. med. col., '88-9, M.D. ; phys., 246 Wash, av., Alb., N.Y., '89-. 

Martin Putnam Swart. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Schenectady, N.Y.. 29 Nov.'66; son of Henry H. and Marg. (Putnam); 
•prep., Schenectady pub. sch. * At Union, '84-6. * Clerk for H. S. Barnes & co., Sche- 
nectady, N.Y., '86-. * m. Harriet W. Clute, Schenectady. 



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DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



Edwin Henry Winans. 31 State St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Pres.; chaj\ Quar. ed.; del. to 'i>7 conv. "* b. W.Berne, N.Y., 15 Mar.'66; 
son of Walter J. and N. Adelia; prep., Un. clas. inst. * Commenc. appt.; 4- B K. ; A.B. * 
Law clerk, Gloversville, N.Y., '88-9; instr. in math., Union col., '89-90; asst. prof., '90-8; 
law., Koclicster, '9S-. * m. Clara L. Van Brocklen, Gloversv.lle, N.Y., 21 Jun.'94. 



1889 

George William Fairgrieve. 

Teacher. * A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Coxsackie, N.Y., '89- 



Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Bro., J as. R., '82. 



Charles Henry Flanigan. Macedon, N. J. 

Civil engineer. * Pres.; chap. Quay. cd. ; del. to 'S8 conv. * b. Alb., N.Y., Oct.'65. 
* Class pres.; jr. orat. prize; C.E. * Civ. eng., Alb.. N.Y. and Westerly, R.I., '89; 
Ilion. N."^'., '90; ^^'. Superior, Wis., '90; Macedon, N.J., '90-. 

==Max MuUer Smith. New York City. 

Physican. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., 7 Feb.'6s. * At Union, '85-7; football; class pres. 
' Stu., N.Y. homeo. med. col., '87-00, valedic. ; M.D. ; phys., N.Y. city, '90-00. * d. '00. 

Jesse Baker Snow. Westfield, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. * Pres. * b. Nantucket, Mass., 26 May '68. * i: E. ; C.E. * 
Chief eng.. Nantucket elec. st. ry., '89; Tonawanda, N.Y. ; Westfield. 



189I 

John Wells Burr. 23 E. State St., Gloversville, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Kingsboro, N.Y., 18 Oct. '68; son of Remus D. and Sabra M. ; pjep., 
Kingsboro, N.Y. * Class v. pres.; commenc. appt.; A.B. * Law stu.; adm. to bar, Sara- 
toga Spa, N.Y.. '93; law., Gloversville, '93- * Jus. of p. * m. Edith G. Mitchell, Cort- 
land, N.Y., 13 Oct.'95. 

Richard Waldron Church. Riverside, Cal. 

Company president. * b. Morristown, N.Y. * At Union, '87-90. * Trav. for 
health, U.S.. '90-3; salesman. Pocatello, Id., '93-4; Ogdensburg, N.Y., '94-5; pres., Church 
fruit and packing co.. Riverside, Cal., '9.=;-. 

Charles Fiske. 36 E. State St., Gloversville, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. * Pres.; del. to 'So conr. * b. Mayfield, N.Y., i Jul.'67; son of Chas. 
and Cath."; prep., Gloversville. * Glee club: eng. thesis: C E. * Asst. city eng., 
Gloversville, N.Y., '92-6; city eng., '96- * m. IMinerva Steele, Gloversville, 15 Dec. '92. 

William Alexander McDonald. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Pres.; citop.' Quar. ed.; cliap ed.. 'or Quinquennial. * b. Floyd, N.Y., 25 
Feb. '68; son of Alex. .\. and Caroline (.'Alexander); prep., Gloversville h.s. * Football: 
baseball; pres., ath. assn. ; ed., Garnet; lit. ed., ConeorJicnsis; soph. orat. prize: 2d Blatch- 
ford and Allen essay prizes: Ingham essay prize; milit. prize; 2d Clark essay: commenc. 
orat.; A.B.; A.M. * Law stu., Saratoga Spa, N.Y., '91-3; a'im- to sup. ct. bar, Saratoga 
Spa., '93; law., Gloversville, '93- * Recorder, city of Gloversville, '94-00; pres., Un. 
alum. assn. of N. N.Y. ; of Gloversville h.s. * m. Minnie E. Baird, Gloversville, 4 Sep.'94. 



1892 

George Henry Furbeck. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Physican. * Pres.: del. to '00 and '9/ convs. * b. Gloversville. N.Y., 6 Sep. '71: son of 
Peter R. and Susan H. (Richards); prep., Gloversville h.s. * Ed. -in-chief, Garnet: com- 
menc. apot.; 2E.; A.B. * Med. stu., L.I. col. hosp., '92-5, M.D.; phys., Gloversville, 
N.Y., '95-6: I! Mohawk St.. Cohoes, '96-. * Mem., Alb. co. med. soc. * m. Janet G 
MacLelian, Troy, N.Y., 24 May '00. * Father, Peter R., '54. 



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Alexander Orr. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Manager. * Rec.sec, prcs.; del. to '90 com'. * b. Gloversville, N.Y., 13 Jul. '72; son 
of VV'm. and Carrie R. : prep., Gloversville h.s. * ist eng. thesis; cotnmenc. appt. ; C.E. 

* Ry. surv., '92-3; glove mfr., '93-9; in charge, city contract work, Gloversville, N.V., 
'09-; gen. mgr., Gloversville water works, '99-. * ni. Carrie M. McEwan, Gloversville, 17 
Oct.'94- 

William Gerald Roberts. Gloversville, N. Y. 

* b. Mayficld, N.Y., 21 Jan. '70. * At Union, — . 

Frank Whipple. Gloversville, N. Y. 

I'^ngincf r. * b. Gloversvile, N.Y., 22 Mar.'68. * C.E. ' Civ. eng., Gloversville, '91'-. 

* ni. I'lortiue 11. Hurr, Gloversville, 28 Nov. '02. * Bio., Wm. W., 'qS. 

Homer Ignatius Brickerhoff Williams 56 E. Patrick St., Frederick, Md. 

Teacher. * V.f^res. * b. Hopewell. N.Y., 5 JMar.'7o- son of Fred M. and Mary 
nioughtalin) ; pre])., privately and Monticcllo clas. inst. * Ed.-in-chief, Concordiettsis : 
Warner prize; prize in Eng.; valedic; 4' B K. ; A.B. with honors in Eng. * Stu., Gen. 
theol. sem., '92-3; in law. office, '94-6; adm. to l3ar, Frederick, Md., '96; tea., St. John's lit. 
inst., Frederick, '93-. 

1893 

Russell Heacock Bellows. 432 W. 124th St., New York City. 

Student. * b. Gloversville, N.Y., \() Veh.'yo; son of Clias. R. and Cath. S. ; prep., 
(iloversville h.s. * At Union, '89-90: class-day orat. * Stu., Alb. state norm, sch., 
'90-3; tea.. Ft. Plain, (N.Y.) h.s., '93-00; stu. of pedagogy. Teachers' col., '00-. * V.pres. 
and pres., Montgomery co. tea. assn. * m. Ella T. liriirly, New Hrighton, Pa., 21 Aug.'95- 

George Morse Paul Bowns. 354 Third St., Troy, N. Y. 

Seminarian. * .4diii. by Syrncif:r; del. to '0.? com'. * b. Troy, N.Y., ioJul.'6g; son 
of Henry W. and Eliza H. (>Joon); prep.. Ft. lidward col. inst. ' At Syracuse, 'S9-90; 
at Union, '90-2; pros., Y.M. Rep. club; ist Vecder prize deb.; ist jr. prize orat. * Ord. 
(Mcth.); pas.. Stuyvesant and Ames, N.Y., '93-6; resigned from ministry and in '98 
entered Rom. Cath. eh.; with ed. dept. of C^tlltolic iVorld. '99-; stu.. Catholic univ., Wash- 
ington, '99-00; St. Mary's sem., Baltimore, Md., 'oo-i. * Contrib., Catholic World; Cath- 
olic Ne:vs. 

Edward Martin Burke. 14 Broad St., Westerly, R. I. 

Lawyer. * Prcs.; chal\ Qunr. cd.; del. to 'q<i cortv. * b. Worcester, Mass., 11 Nov. '69; 
son of M. W. and Ilonora; prep., Westerly li.s. * 1st sopli. orat.; l-'ng. prize; commenc. 
api)t.; A.R. with sn. honors in l'".ng. * Stu., Yale law sch., '93-!;, B.E. cum laude; law., 
(res. 65 Cross st.) Westerly, R.[., '96- * Judge of probate. Westerly, '98-00. * Bro., 
Jas. IV., '9S- 

James William Burke. 65 Cross St., Westerly, R. I. 

Teacher. * Trcas.. pres. * b. Walpole, Mass., 12 Jan. '69; son of M. W. and Honora; 
prep.. Westerly (R.I.) h.s. * A.B. * Tea., Westerly h.s., '93-. * Mem., N.E. alum, 
assn.; Barnard club (N.E. assn. of chem. teachers); R.I. inst. of instr. * Bro., Edw. M., 
'93- 

John Leroy Van Valkenburg. 4203 Drexel Boul., Chicago, 111. 

Physician. * b. Little Falls, N.Y., 2 May '70; son of And. and Ellen (Snell); prep., 
L'n. clas. inst. * At Union, '90-2; football; hammer throw; shot-put record, N.Y.S. inter- 
col, ath. assn.; dram. club. * Stu., L.I. hosp. col., '92-5, M.D.; univ. of Berlin, '95-6; 
phys. and surg., Chicago, HI., '96- * Interne, L.I. col. hosp., '95-6; vis. phys., Chicago 
post-grad., hosp.; prof, of clinical med. and physical diagnosis, Chicago post-grad. med. col.; 
instr. in gynecology, N.W. univ. med. col. * Exam. phys. for Hart, life ins. co., '97-. * 
m. Irene M. Yanney, Johnstown, N.Y., 16 Feb. '98. 



210 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1894 

Ashley Jason Braman. Schenectady, N. Y 

Electrical engineer. * Rec.sec, pres.; chat'. Quar. ed.; del. to 'gs conv. * b. Pownal, 
Vt., 18 Jan. '70; son of Egbert A. and Harriet L. (Rawson); prep., Glens Falls (N.Y.) 
acad. and Sandy Hill h.s. * Football; track team; 100-yd dash record; mgr. glee, banjo 
and mandolin clubs; ed-in-chief, Concordien.^is; A.B. * City ed., Schenectady dai. Gazette, 
'94-S; eng. dept., Gen. elec. co., Schenectady, '95-. * Contrib., D.U. Quar.; Epworth 
Herald. * m. Carrie L. Winnie, Schenectady, 15 Jun.'96. * Bro., Sidney T., '94. 

Sidney Thompson Braman. 86 Hillyer St., E. Orange, N. J. 

Insurance. * b. W. Lebanon, N.Y., 10. Jul. '71; son of Egbert A. and Harriet L. (Raw- 
son); prep.. Glens Falls acad. * Football; A.B. * Stu., Bost. thaol. sem., '94-5; bus., 
Boston, Mass., '95-6; N.Adams, '96-7; stu., internat Y.M.C.A. train, sch., Springfield, '97-9; 
asso. Y.M.C.A. sec, Orange, N.J., '99-01; sp. agt. Equitable life assur. soc, 128 Broadway, 
N.Y. city, '01-. * Bro., Ashley J., '94. 

Milton Albert Crandall. 27 Elm St., Westerly, R. I. 

Contractor and builder. * b. Leonardsville, N.Y., i Oct.'72; son of Alb. N. and Mary 
M. (St. John) ; prep.. Westerly h.s. * At Union, • — ; class hist. * Contractor and 
builder. Westerly, R.I. 

William James Van Auken. 628 Terrace Place, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Clerk. * Del. to '93 conv. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., 25 Feb. '73; son of Jas. H. and 
Sarah M. ; prep., Un. clas. inst. * Class poet; A.B. * Clerk, Schenectady (N.Y.) loco- 
motive works. 

Joseph Newton White. 179 Bryant St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Business. * Pres.; mem., e.vec. council, '93-4. * b. Amsterdam, N.Y., i4Aug.'7i; 
son of Jos. N. and Cath. J.; prep., Amsterdam acad. * Manager, baseball; Garnet bd. ; 
ivy orat. ; ist soph. orat. ; A.B. * Stu., Alb. law sch., '94-7; commenc. appt. ; ist orat. 
prize; adm. to bar, '97; law., Amsterdam and Buffalo, '97-8; with Buffalo (N.Y.) Pitts co., 
'98- * Bros., Wm. M., '81; Edw. P., '79- 



1895 

Alphonso Dix Bissell. Leroy, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec, cor. sec, pres.; del. to '93 and '94 convs.; mem., exec, council. * 
b. Leroy, N.Y., 30 May '72; son of David J. and Heppie S. (Dix); prep., Leroy acad. inst. 

* Class pres.; mandolin club; B.S. * Law stu., Leroy, N.Y., '95-6; Cornell univ. col. of 
law, '96-8, LL.B. ; adm. to bar, Rochester, '98; law. there, '98-00; Leroy, '00- * Sec. and 
treas., Leroy gas and elec. co., '95-6. * m. Maud I. Lee, Rochester, N.Y., 11 Aug.'gS. 

Isaac Harby. 238 W. 112th St., New York City. 

Civil engineer. * Treas., pres.; treas., '95 conv. * b. Sumter, S.C, 25 Feb. '73; son of 
Horace and Emma H.; prep., S.C. milit. acad. * Class-day orat.; B.E. * Designer, N.Y. 
city, '9S"6; asst. sp. eng., dept. of bldg., '96-00; designer. '00; asst. eng., erecting cables 
lor East River bridge, cor. Kent av. and S. 6th St., Brooklyn, '00- * Enlisted, Jun.'gS, 
in ist U.S. vol. engs. ; served in Porto Rico, Span. -Am. war; ist serg., Co. K; hon. disch., 
'99. * Mem., exec, com., Un. col. alum. assn. of N.Y. ; jr. mem., Am. soc. of civ. engs. 

* m. May R. Levin, N.Y. city, 18 Dec. '00. 

Bartholomew Howard. Hornellsville, N. Y. 
* A.B. 

Merton Ross Skinner. Leroy, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Caledonia, N.Y., iiMar.'73; son of Scott W. and Ellen L. (Smith). 

* Class marshal; Ph.B. * Stu., Hahnemann med. col., Phila., Pa., '95-8; Roch. homeo. 
hosp., '98-9; phys., Leroy, N.Y., '99-. * Bros., Scott IV., '9.5; Robt. L., '98. 

Scott Winfield Skinner, Jr. Le^-oy, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Marion, N.Y., ioSEp.'7i; son of Scott W. and Ellen L. (Smith); Leroy 
inst. * Class v. pres. ; pres., mus. soc; Ph.B. * Stu., Alb. law sch., '96; stu. of law and 
clerk of statistics dept., pub. works. Alb., N.Y., '97-8; adm. to bar, '99; clerk, law office, 
Leroy, N.Y., '99-00; law., '00- * Dist. atty. ; village pres. * Bros., Merton R., '95; 
Robt. L., '98. 



UNION — 1895-96-97. 



211 



Armon Spencer. 

* b. Sodus, N.Y., i4Apr.'7i; son of Norton A. and Mary A. (Featherly) ; 

prep., Newark un. sch. * A.B. * Last known address. Sodus, N.Y. 

William Willis Stewart, York, N. Y. 

Farmer and stock grower. * Del. to 'p./ cor.v.; mem. exec, council, '94. * h. Linwood, 
N.Y.J 5 Oct.'73.: son of \Vm. and Sarah C. (Willis); prep., Leroy inst. * At Union, — . 
Mfr. of cereal products, '95-01; farmer and stock grower, Vork, N.Y., '01-. * m. Har- 
riet I. Bangs, Churchvillc, N.Y., 22 Oct. 96. 



George Calhoun Westcott. 

Secretary. *' b. St. Augustine, Fla., 28 Feb. '74. 
Morris, Orangeburg, S.C, '9.S-. 



At Union, 



Thomas V Yanney. 

■ * b. Ephratah, N.Y., 4 Mar.'7i. 



At Union, — . 



Orangeburg, S. C. 
— . * Sec, G. B. 



Ephratah, N. Y. 



1896 

Herbert Frederick Briggs. 1922 Mariposa St., Fresno, Cal. 

Lawyer. * b. Ogdensburg, N.Y., 26 Aug.'72. * At Union, '92-4; class hist.; ed., 

Concordiensis. * Law stu., Ogdensburg, N.Y.; '94-9; adm. to bar, Albany, '99; law., 
Fresno, Cal, '99-. 

Roy Irvine Landon. 529 Church St., New Britain, Ct. 

Bookkeeper. * b. Southington, Ct., 29 Tan. '75; son of ^^'m. J. and Ella S. (Camp); 
prep., Kobbins sch. * At Union, '92-4. * Asst. civ. eng., '94-5; bookkeeper, New Brit- 
ain, Ct., '95-. 

Howard Mallery. Owego, N. Y. 

Engineer. * b. Middleburg, N.Y., 11 Feb. '75. * Football; 2d soph, prize; A.B. * 
With Owego (N.Y.) bridge co. * m. Nellie Davis, Owego, '00. * Bro., Everett T., '02. 

Ward James Renwick. 2102 Goff St., Auburn, Me. 

Physician. * b. Hamden, N.Y., i.-? Apr.'72; son of Wm. T. and Sarah (Hoddow) ; prep., 
Walton h.s. ' At Union, '02-5: baseball. * .Stu., Cleveland univ. of med. and surg., 
'95-7; baseball; class pres. ; phys. to Good Samaritan disp. : 2d med. visitor prize; valedic, 
M.D.; phys., .Auburn, Me., '97- * Contrib.. Med. century; Am. jour, of obstetrics and 
gynecol. * Mem., homco. med. soc. (rec.scc, '90-01.) * m. Ada B. Benedict, Liberty, 
N.Y., 6 May '9;. 

Richard Burton Rowe. Clarksville, N. Y. 

U.S. geological survey. * Trcas.. pres.; del. to 'g4 com'. * Clarksville, N.Y., 3 May 
'72; son of Wm. IL and Rliz. H. (Bennett). * Pli.B.. with geol. honors. * Grad. stu., 
Johns Hopkins univ., '97-9; fellow, '98-00, Ph.D.; at Goodsjirings, Nev., '00; with U.S. 
geol. surv., Wash., n.C, '00-. 

Allan Tillapaugh. Batavia, N. Y. 

Bookkeeper. * Chap. Qnur. cd. * b. Carlisle, N.Y., 4 Jul. '72; son of Henry; prep., 

Cobleskill h.s. * At Union. '92-4; Ph.B., Martyn, '98. * Tea., Schenectady, N.Y., 

'97-9; Amsterdam, '99-00; Central Bridge, 'oo-i ; bookkeeper, Batavia, '01-. * B.D., 
Central univ. 

1897 

Alanson D Burlingame. Dryden, N. Y. 

* b. Dryden, N.Y., 11 May '74; son of Dewith C. and Mary A. (Cook). * 

At Union, — . * m. .Alice E. Cole, Canastota, N.Y., 22 Apr.'97. 



Howard Rutsen Furbeck. St. Johnsville, N. Y. 

Theological student. * Cliop Mag. cd.; pres.; del. to '96 conv. * b. Farmer Village, 
N.Y., i9Jun.'76; son of Philip and Mary (Wells). * Class poet; ist soph. orat. prize; 
jr. Clark essay; commenc. appt. ; A.B. * Stu., Rutgers theol. sem. ; Furbeck prize. * 
Father, Philip, 'S4; bro., Geo. W., '87. 



212 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Harvey J Hemstreet. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Civil cnginneer. * Pres. * b. Gloversville, N.Y., iSMay'74; son of Jesse A. and 
Phebe Jil. (Fairchild) ; prep., Gloversville h.s. * B.E. * Asst. city eng., Gloversville, 
NA'., '97-00; N.Y. state eng. corps, Rochester, '00-. * m. Susie Fox, 25 May '98. 

Frank G Kelsey. Fort Plain, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Ft. Plain, N.Y., 18 Jan.';^; son of Peter nad Helen (Ehle). * At 
Union, '93-4. * Law stu., Cornell univ., '94; law and court stenogr.. Ft. Plain, N.Y., 
'94-S; law., '98- * Dist. atty., Montgomery co., '98-01. 

Joseph Alan O'Neill. Dao Panay, P. I. 

Army surgeon. * b. Auburn, N.Y., '8. Tun. '69; son of Jas. J. and Cath. E. (McKerry); 
prep., privately, * .\t Union, '93-4; leader, mus. chibs^ * Stu., Alb. med. col., '94-7, 
M.l). ; act. asst. surg., U.S. army, '97- 

Earl Alonzo Wilson. Pasadena, Cal. 

Flectrician. * b. FJePcyster, N.Y., 5 Feb. '7:;; son of Lewis W. and Martha E. (Keyes); 
prep., Ogdensburg acad. * At Union, '93-5. * At Ogdensburg, N.Y., '95; elec. and 
contractor, Pasadena, Cal., '96-. 

Albert Clarke Wyckoff. Valatie, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc, prcs. * b. Gcnnantown, N.Y., .?7 0ct.'74; son of Jas. and 
Katherine (Talmage); prep., Seymour-Smith acad. * Glee, mandolin and guitar clubs; 
asso. ed.. Garnet: class prophet; A.B. * Stu., and prize scholar, Un. theol. sem., '97-00; 
2d ch. hist, prize; B.l)., magna cum laude; ord. (Presb.) Valatie. N.Y., 23 Oct.'oo; pas. 
there, '00-. * Father. Jas., Rutgers, '6:. 



i8g8 
Royal A. Avery. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Teacher. ' J reas., rcc.sec-, cor. sec. * b. Gloversville, N.Y., :?6 Apr. '76; son nf 
Piatt S. and Mary M. (Shaffer); prep., Gloversville h.s. * Ph. P.. ' V'.prin., Troy 
(I'a.) U.S. ' m. Suffray M. Roberts, Montour Falls, NY., 31 Dec.'ni. 

Alden Ferris Bookhout. Peterboro, Ont. 

Electrical engineer. * Ircas., pres. * b. Walton, N.V.. 5 Feb. "71; son of Tallman 

C. and Ellen A. C Ferris) ; prep., Walton Ii.s. * 1!.E. in E.E. ' Foreman of drafting 

dept.. Can. gen. dec. co., Peterboro, Ont., '00-. " m. Ruth F. McLaury, Bloomville, 
N.>'., 1 I Dec. '00. 

John Henry Gutmann. 36 Alexander St., Albany, N. Y. 

Physician. * Rcc.sec. ; chap. Qnar. ed. * b. Albany, N.Y., 27 Oct. '76; son of 
Iiihn and Tliercsa ( Kresser) ; i)rep.. Christian bros. acad. * Track team; glee and man- 
dolin clubs; mem., Adelphic lit. soc; B.S. * Stu., Alb. med. col., '98-02, M.D. * 
I'hys., .'Mliany city hosp. 

George Algernon Holcomb. Hartford, Ct. 

Law student. * Rec.sec. pres. * b. Burlington. Ct., 17 Dec. '75; son of Gilbert TL and 
(aroline CWilkinson) ; prep., CoUinsville h.s. * Mgr.. baseball; Philomatlican lit. soc; 
r..S. * Law stu., Hartford, Ct., '98-9: Albany law sell., '99-02, LL.B. 

Harvey Romaine Hover, Flushing, N. Y. 

Real estate and insurance. * Del. to 'f)7 com: * h. Linlithgo, N.Y., 8 Dec.'7i; son of 
I'red T. and Catli. C. (Coons); prep., N.E.O. norm. sch. * Y.M.C.A. treas.; class prophet; 
\.P>. * Field sec:., ^■.M.C.A., 4th Va. rcg., Jacksonville, Fla.. '98; real est. and ins. agt., 
416 P.roadway, N.^'. city, '98-. 

-Homer Nellis. St. Johnsville. N. Y. 

Sludent. * 1). St. lnhnsville. N.Y., 30 Dec. '74; son of la>. D. and .\manda (Pepper); 
pre]!., St. Johnsville h.s. * At Union, '94-6. * d. 13 Jul.'9(). 

Robert Lee Skinner. Leroy, N. Y. 

Dental student. * P'.prcs. * h. Leroy, N.Y.. 8 Jan. '75; son of Scott W. and Ellen L. 
(Smith). * Mutist, mandolin club; B.S. * P.ookkeeper, Miller mfg. co., 'oS-q; Randall 
I'cnce CO., Leroy, N.V., '99; stu.. Chic. col. of dent, surg., '90-. * Bros.. Mcrton R., '05; 
Scot! II'., '>,J$. 



UNION— 1898-99-00. 213 

Homer Strong. 818 Union St., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Watcrvliet Center, N.Y., ii Nov. '75; son of Levi M. and Hannah E. 
(Vedder); prep., Un. clas. inst. * B.S. * LL.B., Cornell univ., '97; adm. to bar, '99; 
law., Schenectady, N.Y.. '99-. 

Ernest Swartwont Washburne. 1609 Seventh St., Troy, N. Y. 

Foreman. * Rcc.sec, v.prcs., pi-cs. * h. Chatham, N.Y., 13 Feb.'yS; son of \Vm. H. 
and Betsey; prep., Egbert's h.s. and Jolin.stown h.s. * A.B. * Foreman, collar mfg. 
dept., 3 Franklin sq., Troy, N.Y., '98-. 

William J Whipple. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Gloversville, N.Y., 8 Aug.'72. * Baseball; A.B. * Stu., Alb. norm. 
col., '98-9; tea., Gloversville, N.Y., '99-. * Bio., Frank, 'y.?. 

1899 

Snyder Gage. Johnstown, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Trciis., rec.scc, v.prcs., prcs. * b. Johnstown, N.Y., 23Apr.'77; son of 
W'm. I-". and Carrie (Snyder); prep., <ohnstown h.s. * '1' H K.; A B. * Stu., Alb. norm. 
M-h., "99-01; ed., F.clto; I'd. I'..; tea., Mystic, Ct., '01-. * /iro., M'alkcr il/., 'vii. 

William Myron Guernsey. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Medical student. * b. ICssex, N.Y., 29 Apr.'76; son of Klisha J. and Etta (Shuftes) ; 
prep., Troy conf. acad. * At Union, '95-8. * Clerk, For. dept.. Gen. elec. co., Sche- 
nectady, iN.Y., '98-01; med. stu., univ. of Vt., '01-2; Chicago sell, of honicop., '02-. 

Cornelius Wygant Lockwood. Newburg, N. Y. 

Student. * Treas. * b. Newburg, N.\'., ;.)an.'7i. ' At Union, --. 

Wesley Reuben Nellis. Leroy, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Palatine, N.Y., 25 May '73; sim of l^en. D. and Eliz. (Latesman) ; prep., 
I.eniy h.s. " At Union, '95-8; baseball, fonlliall. ' Druggist, Fultonville, N.Y., '98-00; 
merchant, Leroy, '01-. 

Dix Webster Noel. Chicago, 111. 

Law student. * Fres. * b. Uri)ana, 111., ji Sep. '72; son of Saml. M. and Frances M. 
tWesser); prep., Urbana h.s * Sec, ath. bd.; I'li.B. * Hep., Schenectady Gazette, 
'99-00; law stu., Harv. univ., '00-. 

Clayton Adam Snyder. Passaic, N.J. 

Icacher. ' Kcc.sec, cor. sec, prcs.; chap. Qnar. cd.; del. to 'yS conv. * b. Middle- 
burg, N.Y., 7 Feb. '76; son of Chas. A. and Mary E. (Albro); prep., Middleburg h.s. * 
Commenc. orat.; Ph.B. * Clerk, Middleburg (N.V.) P.O., '99-00; stu.. Alb. norm, col., 
'00-2 (Ped.B., '01); tea., Passaic, N..1., '02-. 



1900 
Willard Dayton Brown. Lawyersville, N. Y. 

Theological student. * A.T?. * Stu., N.B. thcol. sem., '00-. * in. Eva Van Woert, 
Law yci-ville, N.Y., 19 .'\i)r.'96. 

Walker Miller Gage. Johnstown, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Johnstown, N.'S'., 27 Feb. '79; son of W'm. F. and Carrie (Snyder); prep., 
Jdliiistovvn h.s. * At L^nioii, '96-8; at Stephens, '00-. * Bro., Snyder, 'pp. 

Herman Bullock Jones. Enosburg Falls, Vt. 

School superintendent. * Prcs.; del. to 'pS conv. * b. Harrington, N.Y., q Feb. '74; 
son of Geo. J. and Phoebe (Bullock); prep., Starkey sem. * <1> B K. : A.T?. * Prin. and 
sell, supt., Enosburg, V't., '00-. * m. .Mice Cummins, N.Y. city, 14 .'\ug.'oo. 

Eugene Martin Sanders. Crown Point, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Jrcas., prcs.; del. to 'gt) conv. " b. Canaioharie, N.Y., 10 .'\ug.'7s; son of 
Ervin and Martha (Walrath); prep., St. Johnsville h.s. * Bus. mgr.. Garnet; A.B. * 
.Stu., Alb. norm, sch., '00-. * Collect, of taxes, St. Johnsville, '99-00; prin.. Crown Pt. 
acad., '01-. * m. St. Johnsville, N.Y., 28 May '99. 



214 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



igoi 
Roy Edwin Argersinger. Johnstown, N. Y. 

Electrical enginneer. * Trcas.. prcs. ; del. to 'oo com'.; asso. chap cd., 'oi Decennial. * 
b. Johnstown, N.Y., sSJun.'-g; .'.on of David H. and Adelia (Jeffers) ; prep., Johnstown 
li.s. * Ed., Garnet; commenc. appt. ; B.E. * \\'ith Gen. elec co., Schenectady, N.Y., 
'oi-. 

Harold Chamberlayne Fiske. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Student. * Rec.sec. * b. Jamestown, N.Y., i Mar. '80; son of Jos. E. and Katrina; 
prep., Binghamton h.s. * At Union, '97-9. * Stu., West Point milit. acad., '99-. 

Leopold Minkin. 223 S. Pearl St., Albany, N. Y. 

Student. * Rec.sec, pres. ; cliap ed., '01 Decennial. * b. Little Falls, N.Y., 3 Aug.'So; 
son of Julius J. and Henrietta (Levy); prep.. Alb. h.s. * Class hist.; ist jr. orat.; Al- 
lison-Foote prize debate; .'Mex. extern, prize; Porter memor. scholar.; B.S. with honors in 
Eng. '^ Stu., Alb. law sch., '01-. 

John George Schumacher. Schenectady, N. Y, 

Electrical engineer. * b. Schenectady, N.Y., 22 Jul. '78; son of John G. and Marie C. 
(Kinum); prep., Un. das. inst. * At Union, '97-8. * With Gen. elec. co., Schenectady, 
N.Y., '98-. 

Edwin James Travers. Johnstown, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Newville, N.Y., i4Aug.'75; son of John and Martha (Ward); prep., 
Johnstown h.s. * At Union, '97-8. * Tea., Johnstown, N.Y., '98-. 

1902 

^Solomon Leon Bahny. Olean, N. Y. 

Student. * Rec.sec. * b. Bradford, Pa., 3 Sep. '79; son of Jos. and Minnie (Katz); 
prep., Olean h.s. * At Union, '98-00. * Drowned, Schenectady, N.Y., 7 Jun.'oo. 

James Emmet Finegan. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Student. * V.pres. * b. Chico, Ca!., 21 Nov. '76; son of Patrick and Annie (McCoy); 
prep., Plattsburg h.s. * Football; track team; A.B. * Law stu., Columbia univ., '02-. 

Neilson C Hanney. Rynex Corners, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Rynex Corners, N.Y., 17 Oct. '80; son of Wm. C. and Cath. C. (Flans- 
burgh); prep., Un. clas. inst. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '02. * m. Lena Mc- 
Donald, Schenectady, 11 Jun.'oa. 

Everett Turner Mallery. Owego, N. Y. 

Draftsman. * b. Middleburg, N.Y., 21 Dec. '78; son of John H. and Lydia (Seeley); 
prep., Middleburg h.s. * Cap., football; baseball; basketball. * Draftsman, Owego, 
'02- * Bro., Hozi'atd, 'p'6. 

John J. Marquette. Owego, N. Y. 

Soldier. * Law stu., Union col. * In U.S. army, IM. 

Eraser Metzger. Randolph, Vt. 

Clergyman. * l^res.; del. to 'no conv. * b. Glovcrsvill, N.Y., 25 Oct. '72; son of .Mb. 
Jrl. and Katherinc (Lenz) ; prep., Johnsville h.s. * Y.M.C.A. jtres. ; Blatchford orat.; 
commenc. appt.; A.B. * Pas., Randolph, Vt., '02-. * m. Jessie A. Lacy, Freehold, 
N.Y., 12 Jun.'o2. 

1903 

John Albert BoHes. Kortright, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Kortright, N.Y., 4 Mar. '79; son of J. Harvey and Frances E. (Hall); 
prep., Hobart h.s. * Treas., footisall: Allison-Foote prize debater. 

Frank H Daley. Coxsackie. N. Y. 

Student. * b. Coxsackie, N.Y., 24 Mar.'So; son of Danl. H. and Harriet R. (Osborn) ; 
prep., Coxsackie h.s. 



UNION — 1903-04. 215 

Ray Frederick Finch. Roscoe, N. Y. 

Clerk. * Rec.sec. * b. Binghamton, N.Y., 17 Oct.'79; son of Alvah F. and Anna 
(Briggs); prep., Walton h.s. * At Union, '99-00; mus. club. * With Finch cliem. co., 
Roscoe, N.Y., '00- 

Norman Norton Gould. Penn Van, N. Y. 

Student. * Rec.sec. * b. Venn Yan, N.Y., 28 Jul. '79; son of Frank K. and Carrif 
(Norton); prep., Penn Yan acad. * Asst. mgr., football. 

Arthur Holley. Roscoe, N. Y. 

* At Union, '99-00. 

Lewis Tiffany Hunt. Ephratah, N. Y. 

Student. * b. N.Y. city, 14 Jan. '70; son of Thos. C. and Alary (Feaster) ; prep.. Alb. 
state norm col. * Ed., Garnet. 

Henry Arthur Pearce. 673 Essex St., Plainfield, N. J. 

Student. * Rec.sec. cor. sec. * b. Stonington tp., Ct., 28 Oct.'79; son of Fred P. and 
Mary A. (Boulter); prep., Plainfield h.s. * Y.M.C.A. pres. ; ist debate. 

Edward Holland Rider. Unadilla, N. Y. 

Student. * b. E.Sidney, N.Y., i Jul.'7S; son of Gilead R. and Julia L.; prep., Unadilla 
h.s. 

Bert William Roy. Clyde, N. Y. 

Student. * Rec.sec. * b. Clyde, N.Y., 21 Aug.'78; son of Lyman and Ann E. 
(Bishop); prep., Clyde h.s. 

Gordon Emmons Van Loon. Coxsackie, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Coxsackie, N.Y., i May '79; son of States D. and Cath. H. (Van Hoe- 
sen) ; prep., Coxsackie h.s. 

George Walrath. St. Johnsville, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Lassellsville, N.Y., 15 Mar. '80: son of Adam and Carrie (Thumb); prep., 
St. Johnsville h.s. * At Union, 'oo-i ; at univ. of Vt., '01-2. * Stu., Alb. med. sch., 
'02-. 



1904 
Arthur Lee Benning. Clyde, N. Y. 

Student. * Chap. Ouar. ed. * b. Clyde, N.Y., 22 Mar.'82; son of John and .\nna- 
belle (Glover); prep., Clyde h.s. * Track team; Concordicnsis bd. 

William Gideon Closson. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Northampton, N.Y., i3jun.'8o; son of Eugene A. and Laura (Olin) ; 
prep., Gloversville h.s. * Bro., Edgar S., '06. 

Clarence Raymond Darby. 73 Charlotte St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Student. * b. St. Catharines, Ont., 26 Mar.'S^; son of Barnett S. and Belle I. (Cole); 
prep., Roch. h.s. 

Seymour Handy. St. Johnsville, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Crum Creek, N.Y., 28 Apr. '79; son of Peter and Alary (Fullfni); prep.. 
St. Johnsville h.s. 

Henry Joseph Langlois. Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Transitman. * Rec.sec. * b. Montreal, Que., 19 Aug.'8i; son of Alex, and Eliz. 
(Bulger); prep., Plattsburg (N.Y.) h.s. * At Union, '00-2. * Transitman, eng. staff 
of D. & H. ry. co., Albany, N.Y., '02- 

John Fay Putnam. Johnstown, N. Y. 

Student. * Cor.sec. * b. Ephratah, N.Y., 23 Sep.'79; son of John F. and Emma 
(Underwood); prep., h.s. dept. of Albany norm. sch. * Ed. -in-chief, Garnet. 



2J^jJ DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1905 
Clarence Stillman Arms. Sidney, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Unadilla, N.Y., 7 Oct.'Sj; son of T.iibert S. and Addie IL (.Kingsley). 

Carl John Bromley. Penn Yan, N. Y, 

Student. * b. Mt. Morris, N.Y., 17 ])ec.'8o; son of J'Ved 11. and Ida A. (Williams). 

Ernest Judson Ellenwood. Dannemora, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Plattsburg, N.Y., 7 Feb. '84 ; son uf Judson and Celeste (Keysor). 

Thomas Milton Holmes. Western Av., Albany, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Albany, N.V., iy Feb."8j; son of C. 1'.. and Anna (Clark). 

RoUand Barker Smith. Peru, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Peru, N.Y., loJan.'S.j; son of Sand, and Eliz. (llallock). 

Frank S Wheeler. Sidney, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Oxford, iN.Y., u Jun.'79; ton of Ralph ii. and Julia (Sparring). 



1906 

Charles Robert Clark. Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Champlain, N.Y., 20 Jul. '8:?; son of Kobt. J. and Klmira (Milliette) ; 
prep., Plattsburg li.s. 

Edgar Stone Closson. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Northampton. N.V., 22 Jul. '82; son of I'Aigcnc A. and Laura (t)lin; ; 
prep., Cloversvillc h.s. * Bro., Win. C, '04. 

Harry Daniel Fuller. 279 University Av., Rochester, N, Y. 

Student. * Adm. by Rochester. * b. Rochester, N.Y., 9 Apr.'83; son of Dan'l P.; 
I)rep., Fairfield sem. * At Rochester, '01-2; at Union, '02-. 

James Elmer Gilmour. Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Ogdensburg, NY., 9 Oct. '81; son of John and li^liza (McCormick) ; 
prep., Ogdensburg acad. 

George Walter Hitt. Unadilla, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Unadilla, N.Y., 13 Feb.'83; son of Wm. II. and Bessie (Clauson); 
prep., Unadilla h.s. 

Hugh Lodge Lamont. Valatie, N. Y. 

Student. * b. VV. Troy, N.Y., 23 Jun.'84; son of Isaac and Mary (Doulin) ; prep., 
Valatie h.s. 

Byron William Reed. Olean, N. Y, 

Student. * b. Olean, N.Y., 30 Tul.'84; son of Newton L. and Ella L. (Smith); prep., 
Olean h.s. 



HAMILTON CHAPTER 



HAMILTON COLLEGE, CLINTON. N. Y. 



Established, 21 July '47; 61 Glasses; 393 Members 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 

1846 

Levi Tenney, Brownwood, Tex. 

Missionary. * Elected mem., sj Jul.' 49. * b. Plainfield, N.Y.. 12 Dec. '23; son of 
Levi and Mary (Kingsbuiy); prep., private sch. * A.T?.; A.M. * Tea., in Tex., '50-4; 
ord. Brazos Presb., Nov. '54; home miss., '54-98; ed., Tex. Presbyterian; retired, Brown- 
wood, '98. * Clerk, Presb. of central Tex., '56-60; '65-97; comr. to Gen. Assembly, '58, 
"61, '84-95. * Auth., "Presb. of central Tex.,"'' '93. * Contrib., Presb. quar. * D.D., 
Daniel Baker col., '00. 

1847 

*Charles Luther Adams. Neenah, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Elected mem., 2J Jul.'40. * b. Sullivan, N.Y., 11 Jun.'ig; son of Am- 
nion P. and Louisa (Bush); prep., Mexico and Homer. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'47-8; Aub. theol. sem., '48-50; ord. ^Presb.) Baldwinsville, 10 Oct. '50; pas., Neenah, Wis., 
'50-2. * d. Paris, Wis., 23 Oct.'52. 

1848 

James Franklin Converse. Woodville, N. Y. 

Famur and stock fancier. * b. Bridgewater, N.Y., 2 Oct.'25; son of Thos. and Lydia 
A. (Stratton); prep., Belleville acad. * A.B. * Farmer, importer and breeder of im- 
proved farm stock, Woodville, '48-. * Pres., Jeff. co. agric. soc. : direct, and v.pres., State 
agric. .'•oc; pres., Ayrshire breeders' assn. of U.S. and Can.; direct., Farmers' institute. * 
m. Marietta J. Bull, Rural Hill, 12 Nov.'57; (2) Adelia C. Hopper, Antwerp, 11 Dec. '66. 

^Augustus Galestin Gould. Cortlandville, N. Y. 

Theological student * Charter mem * b. Cherry Valley, N.Y., 7 Sep. '21; son of 
Cor. and Mercy (Tennont'); prep., Cortlandville acad. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'48-9. * d. Auburn, 7 Nov.'4g. 

Richard Goodell Keyes. Watertown, N. Y. 

Clergyman "^retired). * Charter mem.; pr-is. : trustee, '86-8. * h. Watertown, N.Y., 
6 Jan. '26; son of Perley G. and Laura CBecker); prep., Jeff co. inst. * Pres., Phoenix 
soc; ist jr. dec; A.B. * Stu.. Un. theol. sem., '48-9; Aub. theol. sem., '49-51; ord. 
(Cong.) Paris Hill, 20 Sep. '52; pas., VVestford, '52-4; Painted Post, '54-6; res.. Water- 
town and supply in neighboring towns, '56-. * Trustee, ('59-) and sec, Jeff. co. inst., 
'63-; pres., N. N.Y. soc. of Hamilton alum., 'oo-i ; sec, Jeff co. Bib. soc * Contrib., 
Netu Englandcr; Independent, Evangelist. 
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218 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*George Russell Martin. Fredonia, N. Y. 

Artist. * V.pres.; del. to '4S coin'. * Prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B. * Artist, 
Fredonia, N.Y., '4S-77. Cliicago, 111., '77-^4; went to Cal. for health, '84; disappeared from 
relatives; probably dead. 

"Nathaniel Merritt. Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

* At Hamilton, '45-7: at Union, '48-9, A.B. * See Union. 

Stewart Sheldon. 1506 West St., Topeka, Kan. 

Home missionary. * Charter niem. * b. Perry Centre, N.Y., 20 Dec. '23; son of 
Horace and I'hilema (Ward); prep., Perry Centre. ' A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'48-9, '51-2; '53-4: tea., Valparaiso, Chili, '49-50; ord. (Presb.) Warsaw, N.Y., 20 Aug.'54; 
pas., York, '52; Silver Creek. '54-6; Wellsville, '59-60; Central Falls, Mass., '60-6; Chilli- 
cothe, Mo., '66-7; Leroy, N.Y., '68; Lansing, Mich., '69: supt. for Am. home miss, soc. 
Dak., '69-86; field sec. Am. Cong, union, Boston, '86-9; Topeka, Kan., 'S9-. * Awth., 
"Gleanings by the way," '90. * Contrib., Home Missionary ; Ch. Building quar. * m. 
Sarah Ward, Cuba, N.Y., 15 Jun.'s2. * Son, Chas. M., Brown '83. 

Milton Waldo. Amherst, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem. and first pres.; cor. sec. ; lion, pres., '9S-; pres. of first 
fraternity conv., '47: del. to '48 conv. * b. Newark Valley, N.Y., 28 Aug.'22; son of 
John and Betsey (Clark); prep., Cortland acad. * Honor orat.; A.B.; A.M. * S.S. 
miss., Sauquoit valley, N.Y., '48-9; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '49-52; ord. (evang.) Spencer, 
Dec.'sa; pas. there, '52-3; Am. tract soc. agt. for central N.Y., '53-5; gen. agt. and supt. 
of colportage, and org. of S.W. branch Am. tract soc. New Orleans, La., '55-7; home 
miss., Lawrence, HI., '57-8; pas., Lacon, '59-60; Hornellsville, N.Y., '61-72; Hudson, 
'72-5; Phelps, '75-7; Watkins, '77-82; St. Augustine, Fla., '83-5; home miss., Fla., '85-9; 
res., Amherst, Mass., '89-. * Trustee, Ingham univ., Leroy, N.Y., '65-72; Elmira fern, 
col., '78-82. * Mem., 111. nat. hist, soc; Buffalo hist, soc; St. Augustine acad. of nat. 
sci. * D.D., '68. * m. Maria L. Hordenburgh, Auburn, 6 Sep. '55. 



1849 

='=David Edwards Blaine. Seattle, Wash. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem.; treas., pres. * b. Varick, N.Y., 5 Mar.'24; son of John 
and Martha (Edwards;; prep., Waterloo acad. * Honor orat.; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '49-52; tutor, Hamilton col., '52-3; ord. (Metli.) Corvallis, Or., i6Aug.'57; pas., 
Seattle, Wash., '53-5; Portland, Or., '55-6; Oregon city, '56-S; Corvallis, '58-9; Albany. 
'59-60; prin., Santiam. acad., '60-61; pres. elder for Or., '61-2; prin., Portland acad., '62-3; 
farmer, Waterloo, N.Y., '63-73; pas., Barclay, Pa., '73-4; Mainsburg, '74-6; Reading Cen- 
tre, N.Y., '76-8; Hopewell, '78-9; Allen's Hill, '79-82; res., Seattle, '82-00. * m. Cath- 
arine Paine, Seneca Falls, N.Y., iiAug.'53. * d. 26 Nov. '00. 

*John Campbell. Melbourne, Can. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem.: 7'. pres. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '49-52; pas. 
(Cong.) Indian Lands, Can. W., '52-60; Melbourne, '60-9. * d. Mar.'eg. 

='=Yates Hickey. Vineland, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem.; rec.sec, cor. sec. * b. Phelps. N.Y., 19 Oct. '23; son 
of Geo. and Susan (Smith); prep., Waterloo acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '49-51; ord. (Presh.) Palmyra, May '54; supt., Am. tract soc. for N.Y. and Can. 
Rochester, N.Y., '5f-7; in N.W., Chicago, 111., '57-62; pas., Greenville, N.Y., '67-8 
.•\bington. Pa., '68-9; Mt. Pleasant, '69-70; Athens, '70-2; Port Kennedy, '75-9; sec, inter- 
nat. Sabbath assn., '79-89; pas., Torresdale, '83-8; Bethel, N.Y., '88-9; Frazer, Pa., '89-92 
agt., Norri.=;town, '92-4; supt., Perth Araboy, N.J., '94-5; N'ineland, '75-7. * Supt., Ry, 
lit. union, Phila., '65. * m. Sarah B. Ingraham, Geneva, N.Y., 20 Mar.'5i. * d. Arling 
ton, N.J., T Nov. '97. 

Hiram Ebenezer Johnson. East Providence, R. I. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem.; v.pres. * b. Jewett, N.Y., 5 Oct. '23; son of Ira and 
Sarah (Holcomb); prep., Canandaigua acad. * A.B. * Bank teller, Clinton, '50-3; 
tea., Berlin, Ct., '53-5; prin., Bergen, N.J., '55-9; ord. (Cong.) Bath. N.Y., '59; pas. there, 
'59-60; Painted Post, '60-4; Cambelltown, '62-4; evang. in N.J., '64-6; pas., I'airton, '66-9; 
Woonsocket, R.I., '69-71; E.Providence, '71*9: Chepachet, '79-87; Gloucester, '79-80; 
chairman sch. com., '80-7; pas., Howard, 'S7-93; united Cong, ch., '93-6; Lakeville, Mass., 
'96-7; Luther's Corner, Mass., and Armmgton, R.I., '97- * Sch. supt., E.Providence, 
'77-8. * A.M., Rutgers '58. * m. Sarah Grinncll, Clinton, N.Y., 25 Dec. '50. 



HAMILTON — 1849-50. 2l9 

*Heniy Clay Kingsbury. Westfield, N. Y. 

[.awyer. * b. Homer, N.Y., 6 Nov.'so; son of Wm. and Hilpah (Winchell) ; ; prep., 
Homer acad. * A.B. * Law stu., Homer, N.Y., '49-51; adm. to bar, '51; law., Cin- 
cinnatus, '51-2; Westfiel'd, '51-02. * Pres., bd. of educ, '70-02. * m. Mercy A. La- 
due, Westfield, 3 Sep.' 56. ' d. 3 May '02. 

*George Whitefield Newcomb. Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * i^.pres. ' b. Putney, Vt., 12 Apr. '25; son of Asahel and Lucinda 
(.Sykes); prep., Whitcstown sem. * A.B. * Prin., Ames (N.Y.) acad., '50-1; Utica 
acad., '51-2.: law stu., Chicago, II!., '52-3; adm. to bar, '53; bank cashier, Chicago, 'sv-s; 
law. and loan agt., '53-01. * m. Mary E. Eddy, Lyons, la., i Feb. '60. * d. 3 Apr.'oi. 

^Ellison Bobbins. San Bernardino, Cal. 

Teacher. * Cliartcr mem. * b. Unadilla, N.Y., 8 Oct. '20; son of Eph. and Eliz. 
(Howland); prep., GilbertsviUe acad. * 4>BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea. in Cal., '50-8; 
prin., San Bernardino, '58-64. * Supt. of co. schs. * m. Ehza P. Russell, New Orleans, 
La., Jun.'54. * d. 2 Mar.'64. 

*Alfred Martin Stowe. Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem.: rec.sec, v.pre.<!., pres. * h. Marlboro, Mass., 9 Mar. '19; 
son of Wm. B. and Lucy (Moore); prep., Watertown h.s. * Perm, class sec; 2d soph. 
dec; A.B. * Stu., Auh. theol. sem., '49-52; ord. (Presb.) Waterloo, N.Y., '52; dist. 
sec, .^m. tract soc, '52-60; Presb bd. of home missions, '60-7^; fin. sec, Aub. theol. sem., 
'73-87; res., Canandaigua, '87-95. * m. Harriet P. Tichenor, Canandaigua, i Jun.''54. 
* d. i9Apr.'95. 

*Alvin Dighton Williams. Oakland City, Ind. 

Clergyman and editor. * Pres. * b. Smithfield Centre, Pa., 13 Oct. '25; son of Pliin- 
eas and Mary M. ( Loom is") ; prep., Whitestown sem. * Pres., Phoenix soc; A.B. * 
Ord. (Bap.) Carolina Mills, R.L. Jun.'49; pas. there, '49-50; Pawtucket, '50-5; Lawrence, 
Mass., '55-7; Minneapolis, Minn., '57-60; tea., Wasioja, '60-7; prin., Cheshire (O.) acad., 
'67-8; pres., W.Va. col., Flemington, '68-70; supt. pub. instruction for W.Va., '70-1; 
prin., Peru (Neb.) state norm, sch., '71-2; ed., A'ebraskan. Hastings, '72-86; pas., Kene- 
saw, '86-94; pres., Oaivland city (Ind.) col., '94. * Pounder and ed.. Freewill Bap. guar., 
'53-7. * Auth., "R. I. Freewill Bap. pulpit," '52; "Support of the ministry, '54; "Memo- 
rials of Freewill Baptists," '73; "Life of Rev. Geo. U. Harn," '83; "Four years of co- 
operation," '83; "The Lord's Supper," '89; "What Freewill Baptists believe — and why," 
'90; "The church and its institutions"; "Biog. of Rev. Benoni Stinson." * D.D., Quincy 
'71. * m. Sarah Harn, Mt. Airy, Md., 25 Apr.'so. * d. Kenesaw, Neb., 31 Dec.'94. 



1850 

Ira Wilder Allen. 612 W. 60th Place, Chicago, 111. 

Teacher. * Tvcas., cor.sec, v. pres., pres. * h. Potsdam, N.Y., 5 Jul. '27; son of Ira 
and Eliz. (Wilder); prep., St. Lawrence acad. * Honor orat. ; A.B. * Prin., Manlius 
(N.Y.) acad., '50-2; grad. stu., Harv. col., '53; prof, of math., astron., and civ. eng., 
Antioch col.. Yellow Spa., O., '52-8; stu., univs. of Gottingen and Berlin, '53-4; sch. supt., 
Sydney, O., '58-9; sr. prof.. IJn. Christian col., Ind., '59-61; stu., Alb. law sch., '61-2; 
adm. to N.Y. bar, Albany, '62; prin. and prop., Lafayette (Ind.) col. inst., '64-9; Lake 
Forest (111.) acad., '69-74; prop, and pres., Allen acad., Chicago, '74-92. * Mem., Nat. 
teachers' assn. ; Art inst.; Am. archeol. inst. * LL.D.. Union Christian '73. * m. Lydia 
R. Ford, Westerlow, N.Y., 8 Jul.'63. * Sons, Ira IV., IVilliams '84; Hamilton F., Wil- 
liams '88; Philip S., IVilliams '<)i. 

*Leroy Bliss. West Winfield, N. Y. 

Farmer. * V.Pres. * b. W. Winfield, N.Y., 24 Feb. '34; son of Chas. and Martha 
(Lawton); prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Cedarville (N.Y.) Un. sch., 
'50-1; founder and ist prin., W. Winfield acad., '51-2; tea., W. Tenn., '52-5; farmer, W. 
^^^inf^eld, '56-65. * m. Lucena Eldred, W. Winfield, 18 Aug.'s2. * d. 24 Nov.'65. 

Byron Bosworth. 66 Adams St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Cor.sec. * b. E. Pharsalia, N.Y., i4Nov.'23; son of Allen and Almira 
(Coggeshall) ; prep., Waterville acad. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '50-3; Princ. 
theol. sem., '53-4; ord. (evang.) Auburn, N.Y., 5 Nov. '57; pas.. Champlain, '54-5; Mor- 
risville, '55-6; Homer, '56-7; Kingston, Mass., '57-9; Henrietta, N.Y., '59-65; Victor, 
'65-6; Phelps, '66; Phosnix, '66-7; Greenville, '67-76; Hammondsport, '76-88; res., Roches- 
ter, and supply for neighboring churches, '88- * m. Eliza A. Macy, Hudson, .NY., 28 
Oct.'sS. 



220 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Samuel St. John Camp. Clarence, la. 

Farmer. * Cor. sec. * b. Laurens, N.Y., 5 Jun.'24; son of Philander and Sarah B. 
(St. John); prep., Del. lit. inst. * Pres., Phoenix soc. ; A.B. _* Tea., Del. lit. inst., 
'So-i; prin., New Berlin acad., '51-2; farmer, Columbia, Mich., '5*3-66; Clarence, la., '66-. 
* m. Adaline Warren, Napoleon, Mich., s6 Feb. '54. 

.*Giles Butler Cleveland. Belleville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Durham, N.Y., laAug.'ss; son of John and Eliza (Butler); prep., 
Stockbridgc. * A.B. * Stu., Oberlin theol. sem., '50-3; ord. (Cong.) Arkport, N.Y., 
21 Mar.'53; pas. there, '53-5: Oramel, '5.5-7; tea., Phila., Pa., '58-79; res., Belleville, '79- 
88. * m. Emeline Horton, Stockbridge, N.Y., 8 Mar. '54; (2) Mrs. Theresa E. Cleve- 
land, Belleville, 13 Jun.'So. * Bro., Guy K., '50. * d. i Mar.'SS. 

*Guy Kimball Cleveland. Mankato, Minn. 

Editor. * Rec.scc, cor. sec. * b. Stockbridge. N.Y., 15 Sep. '27; son of John and 
Eliza (Butler); prep., Stockbridge. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Harv. law sch., '50-1; law., 
Stockbridge, '51-4; prin., Medina acad., '54-7; law., Winnebago city, Minn., '57-63; priv., 
loth Minn, vols., Apr., '63; disch., Jan. '65, with rank of brev. col.; law., Mankato, '65-73; 
ed., Mankato Union, '69-77. * Poet, soc. of Hamilton alum., '62; mem., Minn, senate, 
'61-3; dist. atty.. Blue Earth co., '69. * m. N. Louise Smith, Oswego, N.Y., '51; (2) 
Anna I McClelland, Phila., Pa., 7 Oct.'62. * Bro., Giles B., '50. * d. 19 Feb.'78. 

*Laurentine Hamilton. Oakland, Cal. 

Clergyman and college president. * Cor. sec, pres. * b. Catlin, N.Y., '26; prep., 
Townsend. * 2d jr. dec; highest rank in class; 4>BK.; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'50-3; ord. (Presb.) Ovid, Jan. '54; pas. there, '53-5; Columbia, Cal., '55-9; San Jose, 
'59-64; Oakland, '64-9; Indep. ch., '69-82; pres., French col. of the Pacific, '67-82. * 
Auth., "Future state and free discussion," '69; "A reasonable Christianity," '79. * Con- 
trib., Oakland News. * m. Isabella Mead, Ovid, N.Y., 3 May '55; (2) Mrs. Clara (Per- 
son) Batchelder, Berkeley, Cal., 27 Jul.'75. * d. 9 Apr. '82. 

*Edward Oscar Hamlin. Honesdale, Pa. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec, pres.: del. to '50 conv. * b. Bethany, Pa., i2jun.'28; son of 
Eph. W. and Demaria F. (Day); prep., Bethany. * Honor orat.; <{• B K. ; A.B. * Law 
stu., Wilkesbarre, Pa., '50-2; Honesdale, '52; adm. to bar, '52; law., Wilkesbarre, '52-5; 
St. Cloud, Minn., '55-73; Honesdale, '73-84; Bethany, '84-8; res., Honesdale, '88-95. * 
Mayor, St. Cloud; judge of the 4th jud. dist. of Minn., '58-9; regent. State univ.; mem., 
State norm, bd., '60; Dem. cand. for gov. of Minn., '61; and for judge of sup. ct. * m. 
Mary A. Eldred, Honesdale, Pa., 15 Nov.'52; (2) Ella F. Strong, St. Cloud, Minn., 27 
Oct.'70. * d. 4 Feb. '95. 

*Charles H Meigs, Addison, N. Y. 

Editor. * Entered from Mt. Pleasant, Pa. * At Hamilton, '46-9. * Asst. ed., 
Utica (N.Y.) morn. Herald, '50-1; ed. work, Binghamton. * d. '91. 

*Meeds Townley Tuthill, New York City. 

Editor and author. * V.Pres. * b. Hamtonburg, N.Y., Apr.'33; son of Josiah and 
Jane (Brown) * A.B. * Tea. and ed., N.Y. city; civ. eng., N.J. and Ga., '50-61; law 
stu., N.Y. city, '61-3; on Utica (N.Y.) morn. Herald, '64-7; ed., Sacramento (Cal.) Union, 
'67-70; San Francisco Bulletin, '70-80; res., Chicago, 111., '80-4; Brooklyn and N.Y. city, 
'84-99. * Auth., "Civil polity of the U.S.," '83. * Reg. contrib., Jour, of Specula- 
tive philos., '80-6. * d. 29 Jul.'99. 

*Jabez Ralph Ward. Elmira, N. Y. 

Lawyer. *' b. Perry Centre, N.Y., 22 Jul.'26; son of Phichol M. and Julia Howard); 
prep.. Perry Centre inst. * At Hamilton, '47-9. * Law stu., Warsaw, N.Y., '50-2; 
Elmira, '52-3; adm. to bar, '53; law., Elmira, '53-80. * m. Lizzie Erwin, Painted 
Post, 14 May '63. * d. 24 Dec. '80. 

*Warren William Warner. Canastota, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Vernon, N.Y., 9 Nov. '24; son of Andrew and Eliz. C. (Young); 
prep., Oberlin col. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '50-3; ord. (Cong.) Mannsville, 
N.Y., 20 Jan. '53; pas.. New Haven, '53-4; Belleville, 111., '54-5: Dodgeville, Wis., '55-6; 
Sacketts Harbor, N.Y., '56-8; Champion, '58-9; Paris Hill, '59-61; Lebanon, '61-3; Law- 
renceville, '63-5; S. Canton, '65-8; Norfolk and Raymondsville. '68-70; Port Leyden, 
'70-s; res., Volney, '75-80; pas., Coventryville, '80-8; res., Clifton Spa., '88-9. * m. 
Anna G. Lewis, Chicago, 111., 2 Dec.'sS. * d. Clifton Spa., N.Y., 15 Apr.'Sg. 



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1851 

Egbert Langdon Bangs. 317 W. Second St., Flint, Mich. 

I,awyer. * Cor. sec. * b. \'ernon Centre, N.Y., 12 May '30; son of Uwight F. and 
Maria (Stone); prep., Cazenovia sem. * A.B. * Tea., N.Y. inst. for deaf and dumb, 
'54-64; prin., state inst. for deaf mutes, Flint, Mich., '64-76; law., Flint, 76- * m. 
Caroline Kennedy, Adrian, Mich., ioJul.'64. 

*George Lester Brockett. Lockport, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Rec.scc, cor. sec, pres. * b. Salisbury, N.Y., 20 Jan. '27; son of Joel and 
Lucy (Carpenter); prep., Fairfield sem. * <1>BK. ; .A..B. ; A.M. * Tea., McGrawville, 
'52-61; Alb. acad., '61-2; state inst. for deaf mutes, Flint, Mich., '65-73; prin., Lockport, 
(N.Y.) h.s., '75-80. * m. Caroline A. Capmbell, Lockport, 8 May '75. * d. 4 Apr'. 80. 

*Edwin Rutsen Davis. Chicago, lU. 

Missionary. * Rec.sec, v. pres., prcs.; del. lo '31 conn. * b. Lysander, ISi.Y., 15 Dec. 
'23; son of Munn and Eliz. (Swartvvort) ; prep.. Homer. * A.B. ' Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '51-2, '55-7; ord. (Presb.) Onondaga Valley, 7jul.'57; pas. there, '57-61; Camillas, 
'61-4; Avon Spa., '65-6; Chicago, 111., '67-71; miss, and sec. of home missions, '71-91; 
w.c, '91-7. * Contrib., Chicago Interior. * m. Anna M. Parkei, Baldwinsville, N.Y., 
20 Sep.'54. * d. Perth Amboy, N.J., 7 Jul. '97. 

*Thomas Evans. Plainfield, Ind. 

Physician. * Cor. sec. * b. Rossett, Denbighshire, Eng., 8 0ct.'2i; son of Thos. and 
Martha; prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B. * Tea., Gallatin, Miss., '51-3; stu., Starling med. 
col., '53-4; N.Y. univ. med. sch., '54-5, M.D.; phys., Madison, Wis., '55-6; Portland, Ind., 
'56-8; Plainfield, '58-92; asst. surg.. Union army, '61-5. * Pres., Hendricks co. med. 
soc. * Contrib., Med. News. " m. Martha C. Grinnell, Iowa city, la., 30 Nov. '71. * 
d. 5 Jan.'92. 

Joseph Clisbe Ford. 502 New Eng. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 

Real estate and loans. * b. Newark Valley, N.V., 2 Feb. '30; son of Marcus and Cla- 
rissa (Clisbe). * A.B. * Tea., Binghamton h.s., '51-^; prin., Prattsville acad., '52-3; 
law stu., Poughkeepsie, '53; Alb. law sch., '53-4; adm. to bar, '54; law., Madison Wis., 
'55-75; real est. and loan agt., '75-86; Kansas city, Mo., '86-.* City atty., '71-2; pres., 

Madison city lib. assn. ; mem., bd. of educ. * Bros., Francis F., '51; Edw. 1., Williams 
'49; Henry T., Williams '58. 

*Francis Fenelon Ford. Madison, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Williams; v.prcs. * b. Newark Valley, N.Y., 25Nov.'27; 
son of Marcus and Clarissa (Clisbe). * At William.s, '47-9: at Hamilton, '49-51; A.B. 
* Tea., Elmira (N.Y.) acad., '51-2; Poughkeepsie col. inst., '52-3; stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'53-4; princ. theol. sem., '54-6; ord. by Genesee (N.Y.) Presb., 5 0ct.'57; pas., LeRoy, 
'57-8; Kalamazoo, Mich., '58-60; Crawfordsville, Ind., '60-3; Newark, N.j., '64-6; Mar- 
shall, Mich., '67-70; Lewiston, Me., '70-3; Charlestown. Mass., '73-5; res., Madison, Wis., 
'75-86. ' m. Margaret G. Germain, Oriskany Falls, N.Y., '70. * Bros., Joseph C, '51; 
Edw. I., Williams '49; Henry T., '58. * d. Kansas city. Mo., 26 Jul. '86. 

*Seth Elisha Hills. Odin, 111. 

Civil engineer and farmer. * Rec.sec. * b. Nunda, N.Y., 26 Jan. '26; son of Lean- 
der and Celestia J. (Tyler). * A.B. * Civ. eng. on Wis. railroads, '51-61; civ. eng. 
and farmer, Odin, 111., '61-. * m. Malvina A. (Durand) Pike, Odin, 29Mar.'57; (2) 
Cordie L. Durand, Odin, 10 Oct.'87. * Bro., Milton T., '55. * d. 7 May '01. 

*Louis Henry Jenkins. Marshfield, Wis. 

Clergyman. * b. Olathe, Kan., 12 Feb.'28. * A.B. * Prin., Wis. sch. for the deaf, 
Delavan, '5.^-6; 111. inst. for deaf and dumb, Jacksonville, '56-67; Kan. inst. for the deaf, 
Olathe, '67-76; pas., Mineral Point (Wis.) Presb. ch., '79-82; Marshfield, '82-3. * d. 
Madison, Wis., 14 Mar.'83. 

Levi Gardner Marsh. 152 Woodlawn Av., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. * At Hamilton, '47-9; at Amherst, '49-51. A.B. * See 
Amherst. 



222 DELTA UPSILOK DECENNIAL. 

*Daniel Johnson Pratt. Albany, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Rcc.scc, pres. : del. to '51 conf. * h. Westmoreland, N.Y., SMar.'s/; 
son of Amasa and Mary (Littlejohn) ; prep. DeLancy inst. * Highest rank in class; 
'i'BK.; A.B. * Tea., Tredonia acad., '51-4; prin., '54-64; in Chris, com., army of Poto- 
mac, '64; clerk for bd. of regents, univ. of state of N.Y., '64-6; asst. sec. of univ., anjd 
tea. in state norm, sch., '66-84. * Clerk, N.Y. state surv., '76-84; treas., state teachers' 
assn. * Comp., "Regents' questions in arith., geog., spelling and grammar," '80; ann. 
reps, of the regents; autli., "Annals of pub. educ. ni state of N.V. from 1726 to 1746"; 
"Founding of King's col." * Contrib., "Primary educ." in Chadburne's Pub. serv. of 
state of N.Y. '82. * Ph.D., univ. of state of N.Y. '74. * m. Ann E. Whipple, Berk- 
shire CO., Mass., '55. * d. 12 Sep.'84. 

='=Hiram Lovzinski Ward. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Editor. * Rcc.scc, v.prcs. * h. Norway, N.Y., iiNov.'2j; son of Eben. and Abi- 
gail. * 4> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Fairfield acad., '51-2; E.Aurora acad., '52-8; Lawrence 
acad., '64-9; Norwich acad., '69-76; pub. and. ed., Gloversville Intelligencer and Fulton 
CO. Republican, '76-81. * m. Mary E. Nicholson, Poland, N.Y., '52; (2) Mrs. Jane Wil- 
son, Lawrenceville, 19 Apr.'69; (3) Mrs. Sarah B. Snow, Oneida, 19 AIar.'73. * d. 18 
Aug.'Si. 

1852 

George Lewis Becker. Netawaka, Kan. 

Clergyman. * At Hamilton, '49-50; at Amherst, '50-2, A.B. * bee Amherst. 

••'•Henry Barton Boynton. Selma, Ala. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec. v.prcs. * b. Moriah, N.Y., 14 Feb. '29; son of Henry and Abi- 
gail CBarton); prep., Middlebury, Vt. * A.B. * Law., Cahaba, Ala., '55-7; Selma, 
'57-63. * m. JMargaret W. King, McKinley, Ala., 2j Nov.'s6. * d. Richmond, Va., 5 
Mar. '63. 

*Edwin Otway Burnham. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Clergyman. * b. Ghent, Ky., 24 Sep. '24. * Son of Dr. Fred, and Harriet (.Wool- 
ridge) ; prep., Ky. acad. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '52- Un. theol. sem., '52-5; 
tea., Pennington, N.J., '55-6; ord. (Cong.) Columbus city, la., 18 Jul. '56; pas. there, '56-7; 
Wilton, Minn., '57-61; Tivoli, '61-; res., Los Angeles, Cal., '73. * m. Rebecca E. Riis- 
sell. Sterling, Minn., 3 Jul. '60. * d. i Aug.'73. 

John Chester Donaldson. Gilbertsville, N. Y. 

Farmer. * Cor.sec, pres. * b. Butternuts, N.Y., 28 Jan. '27; son of Chester D. and 
Evaline A. (Pier); prep., Gilbertsville acad. * "frBK. ; A.B. * Asst. prin., Brockport 
(N.Y.) acad., '52-3; prin., Westfield acad., '53-6; Gilbertsville acad., '56-7, '58-61; (Dvid 
acad., '61-3; farmer, Chautauqua co., '63-70; tea., North East, Pa., '70-1; prof, of .sci. 
and math., Miami Valley col., Springboro, O., '72-6; farmer, Gilbertsville, N.Y., '76-93; 
Belma, Wash., '93-00; Gilbertsville, '00. * m. Mary M. Smith, Westfield, 5 Aug.'57. * 
Son, Chester, '84. 

*Roswell Henry Kinney. Austin, Tex. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec, cor.sec, v.prcs. * b. Brookfield, N.Y., i9Apr.'22; son of Tru- 
man M. and Aurelia (Barber); prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B. * Tea., Ohio inst. for 
deaf and dumb, '52-63, '66-72; prin., Fairbault (Minn.) deaf and dumb asyl., '63-5; Neb. 
inst., '72-8; Coi. inst., '79-80; supt. educ. dept., Tex. inst., Austin, '81-5. * Avith., "Uni- 
versality and Dower of lang. of signs." * Contrib. to Deaf-mutes' journals. * m. Fran- 
ces Grinnell, Clinton, N.Y.. 6 Jul. '54. * d. 20 Nov.'85. 

William John Knox. Knoxboro, N. Y. 

Farmer. * Rec.sec, pres. * b. .'Vugusta, N.Y., 17 May '28. * <I> B K. ; A.B. * 
Tea, Augusta acad., '52-3, '54-5; stu., Princ. theol. sem., '53-4; Aub. theol. sem., '55-7; 
ord. (Cong.) Bridgewater, N.Y., 28Jun.'62; pas., Deansville, '58-9; Florence, '59-61; 
Bridgewater and Winfield, '61-3; farmer, Knoxboro, '63-; res., Ithaca, '95-00. * m. Celia 
M. Davis, Rome, N.Y., 13 Mar.'6i. 

Everett De Roy Stark. 53 Public Sq., Cleveland, 0. 

Lawyer. * b. Lebanon, N.'S'., i4jun.'29; son of Jer. R. and Lucy (Champion); prep., 
Whitestown sem. * At Hamilton, '49-5:. * Tea., '51-3; with Fowler & Wells, N.Y. 
city, '53-5; lect., '55-63; law stu., Cleveland, O., '63-5; adm. to bar, '65; law. (res., 59 S. 
Genesee av.) '65-. * m. Sarah J. Dare, Cleveland, 7 Jul. '63. 



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Alanson Tilden. Waverly, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. A-^erona, N.Y., 29 Jul. '28; son of Ithiel and Susan (Bostwick); prep., 
Vernon acad. * At Hamilton, '48-50; at Colgate, '51-3; A.B. ; A.M. * Ord. (Bap.) 
Troup.sburg, N.Y., i Jul. '54; pas. there, 'S3-7; E. Canaan, '57-65; chaplain, 59th N.Y. 
vols., Mar.-Jul.'65; pas., Howard, '65-9; Flushing, Mich., '69-73; Coopers Plains. N.Y., 
'73-8; E. Smithfield, Pa., '78-83; Tioga Centre, N.Y., '83-8; Enfield Centre, '88-91; Port 
Byron, '91-8; Waverly, '98- * m. Nancy Reynolds, Troupsburg, 20 Feb. '54. 

*Henr7 Sanger Welton. Mt. Auburn, la. 

Merchant. * V.Pres., frcs. * h. Eaton, N.Y., 13 Nov. '27; son of Willard and Mary 
(Sanger); prep., Hamilton. * A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Clinton gram, sch., '52-3; Sau- 
quoit acad., '53-4; Randolph acad., '54-5; prof., la. state univ., '55-8; tea., Iowa city, 
'58-61; merchant, '61-84: Mt. Auburn, '84-. * Treas., state hist, soc, '64-75. * m- 
Julia P. Grinnell, Clinton, 7 Jul.'s4. * d. 5 Jul. '02. 

1853 

John Martin Brayton. Delhi, la. 

Lawyer. * Rcc.scc, cor. sec. x'.pres., prcs. * b. 22 Sep. '31; son of Smith and Can- 
dace (Martin); prep., Whiteslown sem. * Sec.; Philomathean soc; ist soph, dec; <I>BK.; 
-A.B. * Law stu., Clinton, N.Y., '53-4; tea., Whitestown sem., '54; law stu., Syracuse, 
'54; adm. to N.Y. bar, '54; U.S. sup. ct., '80; law., Delhi, la., '54-. * Mem., la. sen., 
'64-8; judge, 4th jud. dist., '71-2. * Mem., Am. acad. of pol. and soc. sci. * m. Helen 
M. Martin, ]~)elhi, 4 May '59. 

*Theodore Weld Burnett. Cape Vincent, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Gouverneur, N.Y. * At Hamilton, '49-50. * d. Clinton, Jun.'5o. 

William Burt Dada. Otisco, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.Frcs., [ires.. * b. Otisco, N.Y., 8 Oct. '27; son of Noah and Sarah 
(Clark): prep., Cortland acad. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sera., '53-4, 55-6; Un. theol. 
sem., 54-5; ord. (Cong.) Skaneateles, N.Y.. i Jul. '56; pas. there, '56-8; Jackson, Mich., 
'38-60; Minneapolis, Minn., '60-1; Little Falls, '61-2; Clear Water, '62-7; Lake city, '67- 
72; E. Palmyra, N.Y, '72-82; Stanton, Neb., '82-7; Watervliet, Mich., '87-93; Otisco, 
N.Y., '95- * m. Laura E. Lyon, Kings Ferry, N.Y., 3 Jul. '56; (2) Frances A. Clark, 
Palmyra, 26 Nov.'gs. 

Simeon Hackley. 2215 Channing Way, Berkeley, Cal. 

Commission merchant. * Pres. * b. Plainfield, N.Y., 6 Mar.'33; son of Dr. John 
and Hannah (Eddy); prep., Clarksville and Bridgewater. * A.B.; A.M. * In bus., 
Loda, 111., '55-8; Wash, and Brit. Colum., '58-60; San Francisco, Cal., '60-3; stu., Un. 
theol. sem., '63: bus.. Wash., '64-7; lumber dealer, San Francisco, Cal., '67-70; merchant, 
Clinton. N.Y., '70-4; mgr. for Dingley & co., lumber dealers, and sec, Gualala mill co., 
San Francisco, Cal., '74-99; shipping and com. merchant, 22 California St., '99-; local 
preacher (Meth.) Berkeley, '96-. * m. Maria J. Boynton, Clinton, Jan. '64; (2) Mary C. 
Henderson, San Francisco, Apr.'76. 

■••■Alexander McLean. New York City. 

Clergyman and society secretary. * Cor. sec. f.Pres. * b. Glasgow, Scot., i Oct.'33; 
son of Alex, and Janet (Wilson); prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. 
sem.. '53-6; ord. (Cong.) Fairfield, Ct., 21 Jan. '57: pas. there, '57-66; Buffalo, N.Y., "66- 
74; sec. Am. Bib. soc, N.Y. city, '74-9S. * D.D., '74. * m. Sophia T. Rowland, Brook- 
lyn, N.Y., i2Nov.'62; (2) Amelia M. Hatfield, N.Y. city, 16 Mar.'76. * d. 19 Mar.'98. 

Edward Pay son Powell. Clinton, N. Y. 

Clergyman and author. * Cor. sec, (•res.: tru.stee, '05; del to '^2 conv. * b. Clinton, 
N.Y., 9 May '33; son of John and Mary (Johnson); prep., Clinton. * Pres., Union lit. 
soc; 2d honor: <I'BK.; A.B. * Tea., Clinton acad., '53-4; stu., Un. theol. sem., '54-6, 
'57-8; tutor. Hamilton col., '56-7: ord. (Cong.) Adrian, Mich., '61; pas., Deansville, N.Y., 
'58-60; Adrian, Mich., '60-71; ed. writer, St. Louis (Mo.) Globe-Democrat, '71-4; pas., 
Chicago, 111., '74-77; Utica, N.Y.. '80-6; lit. corresp., St. Louis Globe-Democrat (res., 
Clinton), '86-; ed. writer. Independent, '00-; Chicago Unity. ■ * Poet, soc. of Ham. alum., 
'68-9; pres., NY. Epsilon of <!' 1? K., '91-3; pres., Clinton rural art. soc, '95-8. * Auth., 
"Our heredity from God," '87; "Liberty and life," '89; "Philos. of hist.," '94; "Religion as 
a factor in human evolution," '95; "Nullification and secession in U.S.," '98; "Live fences, 
hedges and windbreaks," '00. * Contrib.. Independent ; Open Court; Unitarian Qiiar.; 
Christian Register; Arena; Education; N.E.mag. * Mem., Am. hist. assn. ; hon. mem., 
Brooklyn ethical assn. * m. Lucy J. Maltby, Scdalia, Mo., 4 Aug.'76. * Bro., Isaac 
P., '60.' 



224 



DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



*Joseph Smith Winans. Centre Point, la. 

Physician. * Adm. by IVilliams. * b. Sydney Centre, N.Y., 12 Oct. '31; son of Silas 
and Eliz. (Smith); prep., Del. lit. inst. * At Williams, '49-52; at Hamilton, '52-3, A.B. 
* Tea., priv. sch., V^a., '53-4; in gov. surv. service, and med. stu., W. la., '54-64; miner 
and phys., Mont., '66-8; phys., Centre Point, la., '68-90. * m. Marcy E. Russell, Centre 
Point, ]9Nov.'6o. * d. 7 Mar.'go. 

1854 

*Charles Bayliss. Clinton, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Clinton, N.Y., '3s; son of Daniel and Sally (Morris). * At Hamil- 
ton, '50-2. * d. 28 Oct. '52. 



Milan Hubbard Hitchcock. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. * At Hamilton, 
Amherst. 



50- 



Hubbardston, Mass. 

at Amherst, '52-4, A.B. * See 



William Hale Maynard. Hamilton, N. Y. 

Clergyman and teacher. * V.pres., pres.; trustee, '00: 2d pres., 'So conv.; chaplain 
'89 conv. * b. Waterville, N.Y., 2Sep.'35; son of Luther and Eliza (Lowery) ; prep., 
Augusta acad. and Clinton gram. sch. * 2d fresh, essay; tied for 2d honor; "J" B K. ; A.B. 
* Stu., Ham. theol. sem., '56-S; ord. (Bap.) Cohoes, Dec. '58; pas. there, '58-65; Ft. Cov- 
ington, '65-7; Malone, '67-9; Auburn, '69-75; Hamilton, '75-; prof, of pol. econ., Colgate 
Univ., '7'^-95; of Eccles. hist., Ham. theol. sem., '75-. * D.D., Colgate '73. * m. Sarah 
J. Payne, Easton, N.Y., 22 Apr.'6i. * Son, Wm. L., Colgate 'po. 

*George Spalding Morse. Waco, Tex. 

Dentist. * b. Madison, N.Y., 6 Oct. '28; son of Dennis. * At Hamilton, '50-2. * 

Med. stu., Phila., Pa., '52-4, ]\LD.; phys. Beaver Dam, Wis., '54-8; Boonville, Mo., '58- 

61; dentist there, '61-4; Columbia, '64-00; Waco, Tex., 'oo-i. * m. Harriet N. Brooks, 
Clinton, N.Y., 5 Apr.'55. * d. 31 Tan. 'or. 

*William Laertes Page. Rochester, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. cor. sec, v.pres., pres. * b. Sangerfield, N.Y., 30 Aug.'3o; 
son of Lansford and Pallas (Hale); prep., ' Clinton gram. sch. * Tied for 2d honor; 
i>BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Dwight's h.s., Brooklyn, N.Y., '54-5; Nairne's sch., N.Y. 
city, '55-6; Nat. sci. sch. of mech. soc, '56-8; stu., Un. theol. sem., '55-8; ord. (Presb.) 
Phelps, N.Y., 12 Jul. '59; pas. there, '58-62; Grand Rapids, Mich., '63; Wolcott, N.Y., 
'63-79; Williamson, '79-82; Ontario, '82-7; Williamson, '87-96. * m. Mary Yeomans, 
Walworth, N.Y., 4 Feb. '62. * Bro., Lansford S., '62; son. Jay S., Rochester 'g2. * 
d. 20 Dec. '01. 

*William Richmond. Lee, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Pres. * h. Lee, N.Y., 6Mar.'27; son of Micah and Catherine (John- 
son); prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B. * Tea., Lee, '54-5. * d. 5 Nov.'55. 

Dwight Scovel. Clinton, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, pres.; pres., trustees, '&8-00. * h. Warren, N.Y., 10 May '34; 
son of Hez. and Elmira (Starkweather); prep., Clinton gram. sch. * Perm, class sec; 
ist soph, dec; * B K. : A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Del. lit. inst., '54-6; stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'56-9; ord. (Presb.) Oneida Lake, Jun.'59; pas. there and Ridge, '58-61; Lakeville, '61-7; 
Mendon, '67-71; Marcellus, '71-80; Wilson, '80-2; tea., Clinton gram, sch., '82-5; pas., 
Kirkland, 'S2-. * V.pres., N.Y. Eosilon of <l> B K., '85-90, '96-7; pres., 'oo-i ; pres., soc. 
of Hamilton alum., '87-8. * (rontrib., N.Y. Evangelist. * m. Ellen L. Wadsworth, 
Cherry Valley, 16 Jun.'sg. * Sons, Louis A., '8d: Carl W., '88; Arthur D., 'g6; Chester 
P.. '03. 



1855 

*Nelson Newell Avery. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec , v.pres., pres.; del. to '^4 conv. * 
son of John and Penelope (Nichols) ; prep., Cazenovia, N.Y. 
Aub. theol. sem., '55-8; pas. (Presb.) Flushing, N.Y., '58-60. 
'60. 



Flushing, N. Y. 

b. Paris. N.Y., 12 Feb.'26; 

* A.B.; A.M. * Stu.. 

• d. Wampsville, 19 Feb. 



HAMILTON — 185S-S6. 225 

*Harlow Bowman. Canajoharie, N. Y. 

* At Hamilton, '51-3; at Union, '53-6, A.B. * See Union. 

Milton Tyler Hills. La Veta, Col. 

Farmer. * b. Nunda, N.Y., 15 Oct.'zg; son of Leander and Celestia J. (Tyler); prep., 
Nunda inst. * At Hamilton, '51-2. * Farmer, Nunda, N.V., '53-6; Mt. Morris, '57-60; 
Nunda, '60-2; enlisted (Corp.) Co. I, 130th N.Y. vols., 13 Aug.'62; trans, to 19th N.Y. 
cav. (ist N.Y. dragoons); sergt., 10 Aug.'63; taken prisoner at battle of Wilderness; ex- 
changed, Dec. 17; disch., 19 Jul. '65; farmer, Nunda, '6.';-7o; Highland, Kan., '70-8; res.. 
Col. spa.. Col., '78-81'; farmer, Nunda, Col., '81-7; La Veta, '87-. * Postmaster, La Veta, 
'89-94. * rn. Mary J. Gardiner, Williamsburg, N.Y., 8 Jan. '54. * Bro., Seth E., '51. 

*John Francis Kendall. La Porte, Ind. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, cor. sec. v.pres.. prt's.; pros, of frat., '54. * b. Volney, N.Y., 
4 Mar.'32; son of .John and Amanda (Wilkinson); prep.. E.BIoomfield acad., and Fulton. 

* Philos. orat. ; 4>BK. ; A.B.; A.M * Tea., Pompey, N.Y., '55-6; stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'56-9; ord. (Presb.) Baldwinsville, N.Y., 31 Aug.'sg; pas. there, '59-68; Columbus, O., 
'68-71; LaPorte, Ind., '71-89. * Pub., "Chart of Scripture offerings." * Contrib., 
Presb. Review. * D.D., Wabash '73. * m. Julia C. Birdsey, Pompey, N.Y., 6 Sep. '59. 

* d. Baldwinsville, 10 Aug.'Sg. 

*Joel Merwin Manwaring. Owensboro, Ky. 

Physician and teacher. * Rec.sec, v.pres., prcs. * b. Waterford, Ct., 31 Dec. '30; son 
of Wm. H. and Emily (Perkins); prep., Del. lit. inst. ' Astron. orat.; * & K. ; A.B. * 
Tea., Oswego (N.Y.) acad., '55-6; prin., LeRoysville acad., '56-7; tea., N.Y. cent, col., Mc- 
(irawville, '58-9; Ottawa, 111., '59-60; med. stu., univ. of Mich., '61-3; N.Y. homeo. med. 
col., '63-4, M.D.; priv., 12th N.Y. cav., Aug.'64; captured near New Berne, N.C., Mar.'65; 
sent to Libby prison; released on parole; disch., 25 Sep.'65; phys., Mishawaka, Ind., '66-81; 
asst. bank cashier, Delphi, '81-3; tea. among freedmen, Owensboro, Kv., '83-91. * m. 
Ann J. Wright, Pompey, N.Y., i Mar.'sg; (2) Marion E. Perkins, Mishawaka, 24 Sep. 
'83. * d. Ridgefield, Ind., Jan. '92. 

1856 

Truman Gardner Avery. 202 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec, v.pres., prcs. * b. Lenox Furnace, N.Y., 30 Jul. '37; son of Jared 
N. and Cor. ( Benham) : prep., Cazenovia. * Perm, class sec; A.B. ; A.M. * Law stu., 
and clerk, Syracuse, '56-8; stu.. Alb. law sch., '58-9; adm. to bar, '58; law., N.Y. city, 
'59-60; Buffalo, '60-1; grain com. merchant, '61-80; law., and mgr. of estates. '80- * m. 
Delia S. Austin, Buffalo, 19 Feb.'68. 

^Theodore Beard. Pompey, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec, cor. sec. prcs. * b. Monroe, Ct., 10 Mar. '31 ; son of Ely and 
Ruth A (Beach); prep., Pompey acad. * Clark prize appt.; clas. orat.; <l> B K. ; A.B. * 
Tea., Pompey, '56-60. * d. 24 May'6o. 

Alphonso Loomis Benton. 3207 Michigan Av., Chicago, 111. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, cor. sec; del. to '54 ccnv. * b. Cortland, N.Y., 9 Nov.'ji; 
son of (Chester and Tirzah (Loomis); prep., Cortland acad. * Honor orat.; A.B. * Stu., 
.\\.\h. theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Presb.) Lima, N.Y., 6 Mar.'6i ; s.s., Milwaukee, Wis., '59-60; 
pas., Lima, N.Y. , '60-70; Buffalo, '70-2; Fredonia, '72-82; Montrose, Pa., '82- * Pres. bd. of 
conirs.. Aub. theol. sem. * ,\uth., "Uncertain future," '69; "God our ruler," '72; "Grat- 
itude, hope and danger," '82; "Century of temperance reform," '85; "Ox that gored," '93; 
"Salvation for walls and bulwarks," '94. * D.D., '96. * m. Emma Sandford, Ovid, 
N.Y., 4 Jan.'6o. 

William Jacob Erdman. Germantown, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec; orat. '66 conv. * b. Allentown, Pa., 28 Apr.'34; son of Isere 
and Catherine (Gangewere) ; prep., Reading. * ist jr. dec: ist jr. essay; Clark prize 
appt.; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem.. '57-60; ord. (Presb.) Phila., Pa., 11 Apr.'6o; pas., 
Fayetteville, N.Y., '60-4, '65-7; private, Co. H, 2d N.Y. Harris light cav., '64; chap., 31 
Dec. '64; mustered out, 12 Jun."65; pas., Ann Arbor, Mich., '67-70; Fort Wayne, Ind., 
'70-4; Jamestown, N.Y., '74-5; Chicago, 111., '75-8; Jamestown, N.Y., '78-85; Boston, 
Mass., '86-8; Asheville, N.C., '88-95; Germantown. Pa.. '95- * Poet, soc of Hamilton 
alum., '64-6. * D.D., Miami '92. * m. Henrietta J. Rosenbury, Albion. N.Y., 4 Apr.'6o. 

* Bro., Albert, '58. 

16 



226 DELTA UPSILON DKCliNNIAU 

Frederick Willson Flint. Los Angeles, Cal. 

C'ler;^yman. * At Hamilton, '52-5; at Union. '55-6, A.B. * See ijnion. 

William Chauncey Gray. Moreland, N. Y. 

Farmer. * b. Root, N.Y., 31 Oct. '31; son of John and ,\iary K. (Root); prep., Ithaca 
acad. * At Hamilton, Sep. -Dec. '52. * Tea., Schuyler co. and Havana, X.Y., '53-6; tea. 
and farmer, Moreland, '56-62; fanner, Orange, '64-81; Moreland, '81-. * m. Henrietta 
Chamberlin, CVange 5 Nov. '57. 

Milton Howe. • Poland, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Prcs. * b. ])eerneld, .\.Y., 3 Jul. '33; .son of Isaac and Ro.xalana (Fen- 
ton); prep., Wliitestown sem. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Hani, law sch., '56-7, LL.B.; adm. 
to bar, '57; law., Phelps, i\.Y., '58-64; Poland, '64- * m. Kate G. Willard, .\ewport, 
N.Y., .9 Jun."78. 

*George Chauncey Patterson. Kosse, Tex. 

Business. * b. Natchez, Miss , ,?o Aug.'34; son of Levin M. and Caroline L. (Grid- 
ley). '' At Hamilton, Mar.-Jun.'53. * Business, Natchez, '57-67; Kosse, Tex.; Confed- 
erate soldier, '61-4. * m. Marietta McKeithen, La., '70. * d. 20 Jun.'89. 

Archibald Muirhead Shaw. Chatham, N. Y. 

Clergyman (retired). * '''.prcs. * b. Glasgow, Scot., 11 Apr. '29; son of Arch, and 
Mary (Muirhead); prep., Whitestown (N.Y.) sem. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '56-9; ord. (Presb.) Waddington, N. Y., Dec.'59; pas. there, '59-61; Lenox, '61-3; 
.\von, '63-5; Constantia, '65-7; Concord, Mich., '7J1-3; Tekonsha, '73-5; Glenwood, N.Y., 
'76-7; Willianistown, '78-80; Oakham, Mass., '80-2; Lyons Falls, N.Y., '82-5; Terrell, 
Tex., '85-7; Spencertov/n and Austerlitz, N.Y., '87-92; Whitney's Point, '92-7; Ancram 
Lead Mines, '07-9: res., Chatham, 'ep- * Pres., soc. of Hamilton alum., '82. * m. Al- 
mira F. Nowlen, Oneonta, N.Y., 24 Nov. '59. 

^Charles Edwin Stebbins. Chester, Va. 

Clergyman. * V.rrcs. ' b. Springfield, Mass.. 3 Feb. '31; son of Fzra and Sarah 
(Bowker): prep., Waterloo, N.Y. * 2d jr. dec; 2d chem. ; sci. orat. ; A.B. * Stu., 
Aub. theol. sem., '56-9- ord. (Presb.) Galesburg, 111.. 14 Dec. '59; pas. there, '59-62; Phelps, 
N.Y., "62-6; Ovid, '66-71; Adams, Mass., '71-6; Brookfield, '76-87; w.c, '87-96; Chester 
and Cumberland, Va., '96-00. " m. Caroline F. Stebbins, Waterloo, N.Y., 10 Oct. '59; 
(2) Lucy A. Butts, Port Jervis, 31 Dec.'74; (3) Helen W. Breed, Phelps, 5 Oct. '96. * 
d. 12 Dec. '00. 

1857 

Edward Brown Allen. Brewster, N, Y. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc. * .\t Hamilton, '53-5; at Union, '55-7. A.B. * See Union. 

James Shaw Baker. 33 East 17th St., New York City. 

Publisher, * Rcc.scc. prcs. : trustee. '8^-6; del. to ' ^7 conv. * b. Pompey, N.Y., 7 Nov. 
'36; son of Saml. and Philena (Hascall); pre]i., Pompey. * 2d jr. dec; hist, orat.; <!' B K. ; 
A.B. * Law stu., N.Y. city. '57-9; with Blakeman S: Mason, publishers, '59-61: transfer 
agt., Lacrosse and IMilwaukee ry., '61-2; with Baker, Pratt & co., '62-84; pres., Baker & Tay- 
lor co. (res. E.Orange, N.J.) '84-. * Priv., i3Ch N.Y. vols., 21 Apr.'6i; disch., i Aug.'6i. 
Treas., N.Y. assn. of Hamilton alum., "83-4; mem., bd. of councillors, N.E. soc. Orange, 
N.J.; comr. to '79 and '90 gen Presb. assemblies; mem., bd. of mgrs. of Am. Bib. soc. * 
Comp., "Hist, of class of '57 of Hamilton col. from '57 to '68," '68. * Mem., Aldine 
assn. of N.Y. * m. Eleanor S. Smith, Brooklyn, N.Y., 6 Oct. '63. 

*John Henry Dillingham. Kansas, 111. 

Clergyman. * b. Oneonta, N.Y.. 26 Oct. '30; son of John and Rebecca ( Buttcrfield) ; 
prep., Del. lit. inst. * .\.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem.. '57-60; ord. (Presb.) Barton, 
Wis., 20 Jun.'6o; pas., Manitowoc. '60-3; ^^'inona, 111., '63-6; Belleville, '66-9; St. Louis, 
Mo., '69-73; Paola, Kan., '73-4; Rossville, 111., '74-80; S.Saginaw, Mich., '80-3; Decatur, 
'83-5; Cedarville, 111., '85-9; .\rcola and Bethel, '91-3; Kansas, '93-8. * m. Mary L 
White, Ellington, N.Y., 10 Mar.'6i. * d. 14 May '98. 

Peter Walter Emens. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Clergyman and physician.. * Rcc.scc. * At Hamilton, '53-5; at Union, '55-7, A.B. 
* See Union. 



HAMILTON — i8s7-58. 227 

*Duncan McArthur Parker. Irving, Kan. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec, f^res. * b. N.Y. city, 13 Oct. '35; son of Joel and Harriet 
(Phelps). * Scii. orat. ; * B K. ; A.B. * Tea., JMillcr's Place, L.I., '57-S; stu., Colum. 
law sell., '58-9; adm. to bar, '59; law., Irving, Kan., '60. * Father, Joel, Hamilton Hon. 

* d. N.Y. city, 7 Jan. '61. 

Arthur Tappan Pierson. 1127 Dean St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ClfTgyman and author. * Cor. sec, pres.; ptict of '66 coiiv.; chap, 'gs, '96, 'p7 
coiivs. * b. N.Y. city, 6 Mar.'37; son of Stephen H. and Sally A. (Wheeler); 
prep., .N. Y. and Tarry town. * ist .soph, dec; ist jr. essay; 2d Cur ran medal; 
Clark prize appt. ; rhet. orat.; salut. ; <I>BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Un. theol. 
seni.. '57-60; ord. (Presb.) N. Y. city, 13 May '60; pas., W. Winsted, Ct., '59-60; 
Kingrhamton, N.Y., '60-3; Waterford, '63-9; Fort st. ch., Detroit, Mich., '69-82; 2d ch., 
Indianapolis, Ind., '82-3; Betliany ch., Phila., Pa., '83-9: ed., Aliss. rev of the zvorld, '88-; 
trav in Eng., '89-90; supply. Metropolitan tabernacle, London, '91-3; Salem st. Cong, ch., 
Worcester, Mass., '94; trav. in Eng., '95-6. * Poet, soc. of Hamilton alum., '66-7, '74-5. 

* Auth., "Many infallible proofs," '86; "Keys to the Word," "Evang. work in principle 
and practice." '87; "Crisis of missions," '88; "The one Gospel," '90; "Divine enterprise of 
missions," '91; "Heart of the Gospel," '92; "Love in wrath," '93; "Stumbling stones re- 
moved from the Word of God," '94; "The new Acts of the Apostles," '95; "Shall we con- 
tinue in sin." '97; "Life of Geo. Mueller," '98; "Forward movements of the century," '00. 
Contrib., N.Y. Observer; Evangelist : Our Monthly; Homiletie Rev.: Christian Intelligencer. 

* D.D., Kno.K, '74. * m. . Sarah F. Benedict, N.Y. city, 12 Jul. '60. 

Walter Smith, Cortlandt, S. D. 

I'armer. * V.pres. * b. Glanford, Can., 20 Dec. '30; son of Everett L. ; prep., Clinton 
gram. sch. * A.B. * Tea., Vernon (N.Y.) acad., '58-62; Ancaster, Can., '62-4; farmer, 
Kirkland, N.Y., '64-84; Glanford, Can., '84-93; Cortlandt, S.D., '93- * m. Eliza P. 
Burlingame, Kirkland, 12 Apr. '60. 

Joseph Emerson Tinker. Rock Stream, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec, v.pres., pres. * b. Honolulu, S.I., 20 Jan.'33; son of Reuben 
and Mary (Wood); prep., Westfield, N.Y.. and Eastliampton, Mass. * A.B. * Stu., 
Aub. theol. sem., '57-60; ord. (Presb.) Willoughhy, O., 20 Jun.'6i; pas. there, '61-7; Frank- 
linville, N.Y., "67-70; Portville, '70-81; Sinclairville, '81-90; Rock Stream, '90-. * m. 
Pamelia J. Beard, Pompey, N.Y., 14 May '63. 



1858 

*Edward Payson Adams. Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.scc, v.pres.; del. to '58 com'. * b. E.Bloomfield, N.Y., 14 Dec-'33; 
son of Myron and Sarah (Taylor); prep., E.Bloomfield acad. * A.B. * Prin., Gilberts- 
ville (N.Y.) acad.. '56-7; Waterloo acad., '50-60; priv., r26th N.Y. vols., Aug.'62; captured. 
Harper's Ferry, Sep. 15; exchantred, Nov. 13; ist licut. and Q.M., 2d U.S.C.T., '63-4; 
asst. commissary. Key West, Fla.. '64; ist lieut., U.S. sig. corps, '64-5; stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '65-8; ord. (Presb.) Dunkirk. N.Y., Dec. '76; pas., Hannibal, '68-70; New Berlin, 
'70-2; tea., Victor, '72-4, Farmington, Ct., 'j/\.-6; pas., Dunkirk, '76-80; (independent) 
'80-97. * Auth., "Story sermons from Lcs Miserables," '95. * m. Charlotte A. Stanley, 
Elmira, N.Y., '68. * Bro., Myron, '6j. * d. 25 Jan. "97. 

Cyrus Carpenter Camp. Troy, Kan. 

Bank cashier. * Cor. sec. pres. * h. Geary, N.Y., 22 Aug.'38;son of Herman and Rox- 
ana (Carpenter); prep., Fredonia acad. * 2d chem. ; '!> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Alb. law sch., 
'58-9, LL.B.; adm. to N.Y. bar, '59; law., Troy, Kan., '59-70; Dunkirk, N.Y., '70-72: Rouse- 
ville. Pa., '72-82; Fredonia, N.Y.. '82-92; casliier. state bank .Troy, Kan., '92. * Supt. of 
pub. instr., Doniphan co., Kan., '62-4; co. atty., Troy, Kan., '59-62; mem., Kan. legislature, 
'64. * Ai'.th., "Labor, capital and money," '88. * m. Ellen V. Ziimmerman, Troy, 
Kan., 23 Dec. '62. * Bro., Saml. A., '5S. 

*Samuel Abiel Camp. Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Mine superintendent. * Rccsec, v.pres. * b. Geaxy, N.Y.. 31 Oct. '36; son of Her- 
man and Roxana (Carpenter) ; prep., Fredonia acad. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'59-60; trav. for health, '60-r ; mine supt., Kanawha. W.\'a., '61-2. * Bro., Cyrus C, '58. 
* d. Kanawha, W.Va., 15 Apr.'62. 



228 DELTA UPSILON DKCKNNIAL. 

Albert Erdman. Morristown, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.sec, cor. sec, pres. • del. to 'jj7 and 'sS convs. * b. Allentown, Pa., 
28 Oct. '38; son of Isare and Catharine (Gangewere); prep., Reading. * Clark prize appt. ; 
rhet. orat.;*BK.; A.B. * Stn.. Un. theol. t^em., '5S-61; ord. (Presb.) Phila., Pa., 29 
Sep. '63; pas., Deansville, N.Y., '61-2; priv., J46th N.Y. vols., Sep. '62; chaplain, 3 Nov. '62; 
disch., :< Ai'!g.*63; pas., Stone ch., Clinton, N.V., '64-9: S. st. eh., Morristown, N.J., '69-. 
* Chaplain, 53d Re.ct., N.G.S.N.Y., with rank of cap,, '65. * D.D., '81. * m. S. Agnes 
Pinney, Clinton, 13 .Sep. '65. * Bro., IVm. J., \^.6. 

Edward Payson Gardner. Chatham, N. J. 

Clergyman. * At Hamilton, '54-5; at Amherst, '55-8, A.B. * See Ajjilicrst. 

Charles Winslow Hamlin. 443 Delaware Av., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Cor. sec, i.pres., pres. * h. Cleveland. O., 20 Jul. '36. * A.B. * Law 
stu.. Buffalo, N.Y., '59-62; adm. to bar, '62; law., (10 Austin bldg.) Buffalo, '62-. * m. 
Carrie L. Young, Amhersit, O., 8 Mar.'83. 

*Elias Fitch Tanner. Tallapoosa, Ga. 

Clergyman. * At Hamilton, '54-6; at Williams, '56-8, A.B. * See li'illiains. 



1859 

*Alvin Baker. San Lorenzo, Cal. 

Clergyman. * Rccsec; del io '38 conv. * b. Lafayette, N.Y., 12 Jan. '29; son of 
Ouartus and Eliz. (Share); prep., Onondaga acad., and Yates poly. inst. * ist jr. dec; 
astron. orat. ; t B K. ; A.B. " .Stu., Un. theol. sem., '59-62; ord. (Presb.) Somers, N.Y., 
3 Sep. '62; pas., Canterbury, '62-4; Otisco, '65-7; Lakeville, '68-70; Huron, O., '71-3; 
Green Springs, '73-5; Christian un. ch., San Lorenzo, '76-80; Presb. ch., Pasadena, '80-2. 
* m. Harriet M. Churchill, Cornwall, 19 May '64; (2) Mary B. Vose, San Lorenzo, i Dec 
'80. * d. 31 Dec. 'S3. 

*Norton Waters Boomer. North Evanston, 111. 

Ttacher. * Rec. sec, pres. * b. Floyd, N.Y., 11 Aug.'34; son of Lemuel and Phoebe 
H. (Waters); prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B. * Tea., Whitestown sem., '59-68; sch. 
supt., Joliet, 111., '68-9; ins. agt., Joliet. '69-70: bus., St. Joe, Mich, and Glencoe, 111., 
'70-1/ tea. of Lat., Chica.go ii.s., '71-2; prin.. Franklin sch., N. Evanston, '73-83. * Mem., 
Evanston sch. bd. * m. Martha J. Chamberlain. Belleville, N.Y., 19 Tul..'65. * d. i Apr. 
•83. 

George Willis Kellogg. Met. Mus. of Art, New York City. 

Custodian. * Cor. sec, r.pres. * b. Utica, N.Y., '34; son of Henry; prep.. Whites- 
town sem. * A.P). * priv., 24th N.Y. bat., 13 Nov. '61; corp. ; Q.M. at New Berne; 
2d lient., 3d N.Y. Ind. nat , 8 Jan. '63; re-enlisted as veteran, 2 Jan. '64; ist lieut., 31 
Oct. '64 , custodian, met. mus. of art, N.Y. citv, '65-. * m. Lucy P. Sawyer, Whitesboro, 
N.V., 22 Feb.'65. 

Delevan Levant Leonard. Oberlin, 0. 

Clergyman. * Rd-.sec, cor. sec. v. pres.. pres.: del. to '.ip con''. * b. Pendleton, N.Y., 
_o Jul. '34; son of Thos. and Betsey (Peck); prep., Lockport un. sch. * 2d fresh, dec; 
.■\.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '59-63; ord. (Cong.) Woodbury, Ct.. 6 Jun.'63; pas.. New 
Preston, '63-5; Darlington, 'Wis., '65-70; Normal, HI., '70-5; Northfield, Minn., '75-81; 
supt. for ni. home miss. soc. of U't., Id., and Mont., '81-7; pas., Bellevue, O., '87-93; Ober- 
lin, '93-; asso. ed.. Missionary rev. * Sec. Ohio ch. hist, soc, '93-; head, Ohio Cong. ch. 
and ministerial bur., '99-. * Auth., "Story of Oberlin col.," '95; "100 yrs. of missions," 
'95; "Missionary annals of the 19th century," '99; "Anglo-Saxon as a factor in the world's 
redemption," (in press) ; "Mormon episode in Am. hist.," un prep.). * Ed. contrib., 
N.Y. Independent. '83-7; contrib., Notion: Outlook: Boston Advertiser; Andovcr rev.: Bib- 
Hotlirca Sacra' Missionary rez.; Congregational ist. * D.D., Carleton, '95. * m. Mary L. 
Raymond, Clinton, N.Y., 6 May '64. 

Leicester Jotham Sawyer. Eden, Fla. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec, pres. * b. New Haven, Ct., 19 Dec. '37; son of Leicester A. 
and Pamelia (Bosworth); prep., privately. * 2d soph, essay; 2d Curran medal; clas. 
orat.; ^I' B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '59-62; priv., Co. IT, 27th Ct. vols.. '62; 
wounded, Fredericksburg, 13 Dec. '62; disch., 6 .'\pr.'63; ord. (Presb.) Menasha, Wis., 10 
.'\pr.'64 ; pas., Sheboygan, '64-5; Mantorville, Minn.. '65-8; Burlingame, Kan., '68-73; co. 
sch. supt., '73-5; pas., Oriskany, N.^'., '76-8.?; Whitesboro, '82-9; y\msterdam, '89-98; Eden, 
Fla.. '98-. * "^m. Candace A. Mack, Buffalo 8 Sep. '62; (2) H. Augusta Graham, Whites- 
boro. 24 Jul. '78; (3) Amelia H. Dowsland, Pomona. Fla., 10 Apr.'95. * Bro., Lorenzo S. 
B., '63. 



HAMILTON — 1859-60-61. 229 

*William Augustus Wolcott. Pultney, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.pres. * b. Aurora, N.Y., 8 Dec. '31; son of Augustus and Sophronia 
(Potter); prep., Aurora acad. * Class hist.; 2d math.; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
■59-62- ord. (Presb.) Campbell, .V.V., '62; pas.. Griffin's Mills, '62-3; Campbell, '63-4; w.c, 
I'ultney, '64-6. * m. Amanda .S. Ilotchkin, 20 Aug.'62. * d. 29 Nov. '66. 



i860 

Samuel Miller. Sherburne, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Del. to '59 conv. * b. Augusta, N.Y., i Nov.'ap; son of Curtis and 
Lucy (Duncan); prep., Whitestown sem. * Class pres. ; ist jr. dec; Clark prize appt., 
4> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '60-1; Aub. theol. sem., '61-3; enlisted C2d lieut.) 
ji/th -V.V. vols., 10 Aug.'62; disch., 10 Dec. '62; ord. (Cong.) Eaton, N.Y., Jan. '64; pas. 
there, '62-7; Sherburne, '67-74 ; Deansville, '75-8; Pitcher, '78-83; Deansville, '83-94; Sher- 
burne, '94-s; Eaton, '95-6; Pitclier, '96-. * 2d v.pres., soc. of Hamilton alum., '86-8; 
pres., 88-9. * m. Henrietta A. Hodges, Augusta, 22 Jun.'52; (2) Mary A. Bigelovv, Au- 
burn, 20 Aug.'62. * Bros., Wm. H. H., '61; Levi IK, '62. 

Theodore Strong Pond. Caracas, Venezuela, S. A. 

Missionary. * Ric.sec, -.or.sec, v.pres., pres. * h. Clinton, N.Y., 13 Sep.'38; son of 
Lewis and Harriet (Angell) ; prep., Utica acad. * 2d fresh, essay; A.B. * Stu., Un. 
theol. sem., '60-1; And. theol. sem., '61-3; chaplain, army of Potomac, and in Chris. Com., 
'63; tea., N.Y. city, '63-4; trav. in Eur., '64-5; ord. (Cong.) Middlefield, Ct., 29 Aug.'67; 
pas., William's Bridge, N.Y., 66; stu. in Ger., '66-7; pas., Middlefield, Ct., '67-8; miss., 
A.B.C.F.M., Mardin, Alesopotaniia, "68-73; Sidon city station, Syria, '73-6; Suq-ul-gharb, 
Mt. Lebanon, Syria, '76-89; prin. and founder, Mt. Lebanon training and Bib. sch., '81-9; 
miss., Colombia, '91-6; Caracas, Venez., '96-. * Mem., bd. of mgrs., Syria Prot. col. 
(Presb.) Beirut. * Contrib., Miss. Herald; Woman's Work; Independent ; Assem. Her- 
ald. * m. Julia I. Hanford, Yonkers, N.Y., 7 Sep.'66. 

Isaac Piatt Powell. 76 Jefferson av., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Clerjiyman and teacher. * Rec.scc. pres. * b. Clinton, N.Y., 7 May '38; son of John 
and Mary (Johnson); prep., Clinton gram. sch. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '61-2, 
'65-7; commsd. cap., Co. G, J46th N.Y. vols., 17 Sep. '62; maj., Feb. '65; brev. lieut. -col. ; 
disch., '65; ord (Cong.) E. Canaan, Ct., 28 (.)ct. 68; pas there, '69-74; Grand Rapids, Mich., 
'74-84- tea., '84-. * m. Sarah H. Clay, Grand Rapids, 2 Jun.'68; (2) Helen (Griffith) 
Smith, Grand Rapids, 18 Dec. '90. * Bro., E.div. F., '53. 

^Comfort Israel Slack. Newton, la. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec, vpres. * b. Mexico, N.Y., 12 Aug.'35; son of Nath. and 
Eliza (Kingsbury); prep., Mexico acad. ' Astron. orat. ; <i> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. 
theol. sem., '60-3; ord. (Presb.) Newton, '63; pas. there, ''63-5. * Contrib., Boston Rev.; 
Presb. Qiiar.; N.Y. Evangelist ; Mexico Independent. * m. Sophia Ransom, Chazy, 16 
May '64. 

Samuel DeWitt Westfall. Redwood Falls, Minn. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec., cor. sec, v.pres., pres. * h. Milfcrd, Pa., 4 Dec, '32; son of 
Jacob and Mary (Westfall); prep., Lyons un. sch. * ist fresh essay; ist soph, dec; eth- 
ical orat.; salut. ; <J> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol .sem., '60-3; tutor, Hamilton 
col., '65-7; ord. (Presb.) E. Palmyra, N.Y., 10 Apr. '67; pas., Arkport, '67-9; Redwood Falls 
and Beaver Falls, Minn., '69-72; Fremont, '72-4, Redwood Falls, Minn., '85-. *■ m. Helen 
G. Smith, Ripon, Wis., 11 Nov.'75. 

I861 

*Porter Cornelius Bliss. New York City. 

Editor. * b. Cattaraugus Reservation, N.Y., 28 Dec. '38; son of Rev. Asher and Cas.- 
sandra (Hooper). * At Hamilton, '57-9 * Priv. sec. to J. W. Webb, min. to Brazil, 
'61-2; to C. A. Washburn, min. to Paraguay, '66-8; trans, in war dept., and ed. Wash- 
ington (D.C.) Chronicle, "68-70; sec, legation to Mex. under Min. Thos. H. Nelson, '70-4; 
under Min. John W. Foster, '74-6: asso. ed., Johnson's encyclopaedia, '74-7; contrib., N.Y. 
Herald, '78-9; lit. work, '79-85. * Pres., Am. philol. soc, '79-80. * Auth., "Conquest 
of Turkey," '78. * A.B., '62; A.M., Yale, '69. * d. 2 Feb.'Ss. 



230 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Albert Lucas Childs. Waterloo, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Rcc.sec, cor. sec, pra.; poet. '70 and '/5 convs. * b. Seneca Falls, N.Y., 
12 Apr. '40; son of Amherst and Larissa (Southwick); prep., Waterloo un. sch. * Perm, 
class sec; ist jr. dec; Clark prize appt. ; rhet. orat. ; 4>BK. ; A.B. * Law stu., Waterloo, 
'61-3, '64-6; tea., Maumee city, (3., '63-4; adm. to bar, '66; ed., Seneca co. News, Waterloo, 
'68-70; clerk, Cayuga and Seneca co., '70-2; law. and newspaper work, Waterloo, '72-8; 
ed., Seneca co. IMe-ivs, '78-85; law., DesMoines, la., '85-6; clerk, Auburn (N.Y.) prison, 
'87-9; law., Auburn, '89-90; Waterloo, '90- * Poet, soc of Hamilton alum., '67-8, '80-1: 
mem., N.Y. assembly, '77. * Auth., "The excursion," (set to music by J. N. Chadwick) ; 
pub., "Argument for state norm, schs.," made in assembly. * m. Isabel Emmett, Water- 
loo, 21 Jan. '85. 

James Sandford Greves. 32 Park Place, New York City. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec, cor. sec, prcs.; Qiiar. ed.; 2d v.pres., '84 conv. * b. Marshall, 
Mich., 17 Oct.'38; son of Jas. P. and Helen (Sandford); prep., Ovid (N.Y.) acad. * 2d 
soph, dec; 2d Curran medal; Clark prize orat.; clas. orat.; 'tBK.; A.B. * Clerk, U.S. 
milit. hosp., St. Louis, JNlo., '61-2; priv., Co. F, Merrill's Horse, U.S. vols., '62; pay- 
master's clerk, St. Louis, Memphis, and New Orleans, May '63-Sep.'64; bank teller, Cleve- 
land, U., '64-5; Stu., Colum. law sch., '65-7, LL.B. ;tea., Brooklyn poly, inst., '66-7; adm. 
to bar, '67; law., N.Y. city (res., 5 W. 82d St.) '67-. * Treas., N.V. assn. of Hamilton 
alum., '85- ' m. Marg. B. Warner, St. Albans, Vt., 14 Aug.'7i; (2) Jennie M. Smith, 
N.i. city, 22 May '76. 

David Litchard Kiehle. 2801 Portland Av., Minneapolis, Minn. 

College professor. * Cor. sec. prcs. * b. Dansville, N.Y., 7 Feb. '37; son of Jas. and 
Lliz (Litcliard) ; prep., Lansville. * 2d sr. essay; 2d chem. ; sci. orat.; 4>liK;. A.B.; 
A.M. " Stu., Un. iheol. sem., '62-5; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. city, 8 May '65; pas., Preston, 
Minn., '65-75; prin., state nom. sch., St.Cloud, '75-81; state supt. of pub instr., Minneapolis, 
'81-93; prot. ol pedagogy, univ. of Mmn., '93- * Supt., Fillmore co. schs., '69-75; mem., 
state normal bd., 73-5; exam, bd. ot pub. instr.. '97-; pres. of supt. depi. nat. educ. assn., 
'94 " Mem. Nat. educ. assn. " i^L.D., '89. " . .Bro., Amos A., '71. 

William Henry Harrison Miller. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Lawyer. * l^.pres.; del. to '61 conv.; pres., 'po com'. * b. Augusta, N.Y., 6 Sep. 40; 
son ot Curtis and Lucy (Duncan); prep., Whitestown sem. * Lthical orat.; 4' b Iv. ; 
A.B. '■ iea., Maumee, O., '61-2; lieut., 84th O. vols., May-Sep., 62; law stu., i'oledo, 
'62-3; sch. supt., Jr'eru, ind., '63-5; adm. to bar, '65; law.. Ft. Wayne, '66-74; Indianapolis, 
'74-89; Attorney-General of U.S., Washington, U.C, 89-93; law., Indianapolis, '93-. * 
2d v.pres., soc. of Hamilton alum., '88-9; pres., Washington assn. of Hamilton alum., '92-3; 
trustee, Hamilton col., '93-8. * LL.L)., '89. * m. Gertrude A. Bunce, Vernon, N.Y., 
23 Dec. '63. * Bros., SaiiiL, '60; Levi. D., 62. 

••'George Jay North. • Des Moines, la. 

Lawyer. ^ Fres. * b. Constableville, N.Y., 18 Jan.'37;son of Alb. and Sophia (Bab- 
bitt); prep., Waterloo. * 2d soph, essay; Clark prize appt.; valedic. ; <1'BK. ; A.B. * 
Law stu., DesMoines, la., '61-3; adm. to bar, '63; law., DesMoines, '63; priv., 47th la vols., 
'64; cap. and maj, '64; disch., '64; law., DesMoines, '64-70. " Priv. sec. to Gov. Stone, 
'64. * m. Ada L. Miles, Geneseo, 111., 12 Sep.'6s. * d. 2 Feb. '70. 

Francis Asbury Torrey. 207 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Broker. * b. Vernon, N.Y'., 26 Nov. '41; son of John D. and Sarah (Mannering) ; 
prep., Vernon acad. * A.B. * In milit. service, '61-5; cap., 170th N.Y. vols.; editorial 
work with Harper bros., N.Y. city, '65-84; broker, 147 Nassau st., N.Y. city, '84-. 

William Walcott Wetmore. 802 W. Huron St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Clergyman. * V.pres. * b. Whitesboro, N.Y'., 25 Feb.'42; son of Wm. S. and Helen 
M. (Curtenius); prep., Whitestown sem. * ist math, and chem. prizes; salut. ; philos. 
orat.; 4' B K.; A.B.; .^.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '61-4; ord. (Presb.) Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 26 Oct.'64: pas., Paris Hill, N.Y., '63; Ann Arbor, '64-5; Des Moines, la., '65-6; 
Rock Island, 111., '67-8; C'linton, Mich., '68-70; Albion, '71; 'Wataga, '71-4; tea.. Deposit, 
N.Y., '74-5; pas., Cannonsville, '75-81; Plymouth, Mich., '82-6; Jonesville, 'S6-9; Cass- 
opolis, '89-90; Ann Arbor, '90-2; retail book bus., '92-00; pas., E. Nankin, '00-. * Con- 
trib., N.Y. Evangelist ; Interior. * m. Martha A. Mclntyre, Ann Arbor, 31 Oct.'65. 



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1862 
John Newton Beach. 178 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Merchant. * Rec.scc; trustee, 'gS-. * b. Lodi, N.Y., Aug.'37; son of Geo. C. and 
Mary A. (Covert) ; prep., Ovid acad. * At Hamilton, '58-60. * Merchant, Watkins, 
'67-84; with Tefft, W eller & co., dry goods, 3:20-30 Broadway, N.Y. city, '84-; direct., 
Nat. shoe & leather bank. * V.pres., N.Y. city metrop. bank; mem., bd. of trus. Ham. 
col., '96-; pres., N.Y. city assn. of Hamilton alum., '99-00; mem., N.Y. chamber of com- 
merce. * Contrib., "The dry-goods trade," in Depew's "loo yrs. of Am. commerce," '95. 
* -\.M., '93. * m. Mary L. Nelson, Cold Springs, 22 Jun.'70. 

*Norman Haynes Becker. Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

Banker. * b. Fayette, N.Y., 31 Oct. '42; son of John and Anna B. (Markel); prep., 
Waterloo un. sch. * <I> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., VVhitestown sem., VVhitesboro, N.Y., '62-5; 
org. and teller, Nat. ex. bank, Seneca Falls, '65-7 ; cashier, '67-00. * Direct, and v.pres., 
ist nat. bank, Waterloo. * m. Catharine A. Watkins, Waterloo, N.Y., 23 Jun.'7o. * d. 
Constantinople, Turkey, iiMar.'oo. 

^Seymour Hastings Dibble. Washington, D. C. 

Government official. * Recscc. * b. Mani island, H.I., '42; son of Sheldon and 
Antoinette; prep., Clinton (N.Y.) gram. sch. * At Hamilton, '58-61. * Bus., San 
I'rancisco, Cal., '61-4; in steam eng. dept., navy yard, Washington, D.C., '64-87. * m. 
Mary Jenkins, Washington, D.C., '67. * d. Round Hill, Va., 28 Jun.'87. 

Horace Hobart Hollister. Rutherford, N. J. 

Physician. * Cor. sec, v. ('res. * b. Wcstfield, N.Y., 18 Feb. '41; son of Horace and 
Caroline (McWhorter); prep.. Deaf and dumb inst., N.Y. city, '65-6; Columbus, O., '66-70; 
Westfield acad. * A.B. * Tea., K. Pembroke, N.Y., '62-5; supt., W.\'a., inst. for 
deaf and dumb, Romney, '70-3; stu., L.I. col hos., Brooklyn, '73-4, M.D.; phys., Ruther 
ford, N.J., '74-. * Sec, Rutherford bd. of educ, '76-84; pres., '84-9; mem., co. bd. of 
freeholders, '83-6; borough council, '86-9; pres., land and bldg. assn., '86. * m. Ada G. 
i:ilin\vood, E.Penibroke, N.Y., 16 Jul. '67. ' Bro.. Julin Q.. '63. 

John Quincy Adams Hollister. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Physician. * V.pres. * b. Warsaw, NY., 4 Jul. '39; son of Horace and Caroline 
(McWhorter); prep., Westfield acad. * A.B. * .Stu., Cincinnati med. col., '65-8, 
M.D. ; phys., Brockton, N.Y., '68-70; W. Liberty, la., '70-8; Mt. Vernon, N.Y., '78- * 
Priv., C"o. E, 1 1 2th N.Y. vols., 13 Aug.'62; serg. ; 2d lieut. ; 1st lieut. ; cap. * m. Emily 
F. Barker, Westfield, i9.\ug.'65; (2) Prudie E. Palmer, W.Liberty, la., 26 Oct. '70. * 
Bro.. Horace H.. '62. 

John McLean. Del Norte, Col. 

Clergyman and college president. * cor. sec: sec. '61 and '62 coni's. * b. Water- 
ville, N.Y., 3Sep.'37; son of Angus and .Mary (McCJregor); prep., Whitestown sem. * 
ist soph, essay; Clark prize appt. ; 'I' B K. ; .\.B. * Stu., .Aub. theol. sem., '62-5; tutor, 
Hamilton col., '65-6; ord. (Presb.) Galena, 111., '67; pas. there, '66-72; Beloit, Wis., '72- 
85; stock raiser, Del Norte. Col., '85-7; pas., Sedalia, '87-8; Sagauche, '88-94; pres., Presb. 
col. of the S.W., Del Norte, '94- * Orat., soc. of Hamilton alum., '69. * D.D. * 
m. Carrie Evans, Beloit, 8 Oct.'78. * Bros., Eneas, '75; Robert, Rochester '76. 

*Levi Duncan Miller. Deansboro, N. Y. 

Teaclier. * Pres. * b. Augusta, N.Y., 15 Mary'37; son of Curtis and Lucy (Dun- 
can); prep., Whitestown sem. * ist jr. dec; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Little Falls, N.Y., 
'62-3; prin.. Medina acad., '63-4; Little Falls acad., '64-7; Del. lit. inst., Delhi, '68-70; 
Forestville acad., '70-3; Haverling free acad.. Bath, '73-99; res., Deansboro, '99-00. * 
N^isitor. .\nnapolis (Md.) naval acad., '91. * Ph.D., '86. * m. Eliz. M. Markham, 
Grand Rapids, Mich., Mar.'63. * Bros., Snniucl, '60; Wm. H. H., '61; son. Friend H., 
'05. * d. 18 May '00. 

John Robert Moore. Moore, Wash. 

Hotel keeper. * b. Trenton Falls, N.Y., 6 Mar. '41 ; son of Michael and Maria (Sher- 
man); prep., Clinton gram. sch. * At Hamilton, '58-60. * Priv., Ellsworth, 44th N.Y. 
vols., '61; corp. and color guard, Co. D; di.sch., 25 Sep.'62; clerk, Brooklyn navy yard, 
'63-4; photographer, Trenton Falls, '64-78; law stu., Utica, '75-7; Sandy Hill, '78; James- 
town, '87-9; adm. to bar, Rochester, '89; took up land grant. Lake Chelen, Wash., '90; 
postmaster, '92-. * Mem., N.Y. assembly, '76-7- * m. Mary C. Wakeman. N.Y. city, 
I May '76. * Bro., Saml. G., '72. 



^3^ DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Lansford Stuart Page. Sangerfield, N. Y. 

Theological student. * b. Sangerfield, N.Y., 21 Feb.'37; son of Lanstord and Pallas 
(Hale); prep., VVaterville. * A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '62-3. * Bro., Win. L., 
'54. ' d. Avon, N.V., 9 Aug.'bj. 

*James Johnson Pease. Moravia, N. Y. 

Editor and insurance. * b. Marcy, N.Y., 19 Oct.'33; son of Jas. J. and Rhoda (Bart 
lett; ; prep., Fairlield sem. * A.B. * Tea., Sand Lake (N.Y.) col. inst., '62-3; Farley 
sem., '63-4; prin., Gilbertsville acad., '64-7; Cortlandville acad., '67-9; local preacher, '64- 
72; ins. agt., Cortland, 09-79; Moravia, '80-94; sec, Farm niut. ins. assn., and ed., 
Moravia Republican, '80-94. * m- Emily G. Benham, Elbridge, N.Y., 10 Mar.'64. * d. 
7 Jun.'94. 

Lorenzo Smith Bosworth Sawyer. 617 Hyde St., San Francisco, CaL 

Lawyer. " D. Columbus, O., 3 Aug.'42; son of Leicester A. and Pamelia (Bosworth); 
prep., VVhitestown sem. " Clas. orat. ; ^tBE. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Schoharie (N.Y.) 
acad., '62-4; Goshen, '64-7; stu., Colum. law sch., '65; adm. to N.Y. bar, '67; law., San 
Francisco, CaL, '67-70; comsr., U.S. circ. ct., N. dist. of Cal., '70-91; law., '91-. * Re- 
porter, U.S. ct. reports, 'yj. * m. Clara Monckton, San Francisco, 2 Oct.'7S. * Bro., 
Leicester J., '^p. 

Henry Ward. 512 S-wan St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.sec, cor. sec, pres.; del. and pres., '62 conv.; pres., Buffalo club, 
'94-. ' b. S. ]3over, N.V., 11 Sep.'35; son of Edw. and Amy (Pray); prep.. Laurel Bank 
sem. * ist soph, dec, 2d soph, essay, ist jr. essay, ist sr. essay, 2d math.; legal orat.; 
*I>BK. ; A.B. ' Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '62-5; ord. (Presb.) Minneapolis, Minn., 3 Jan 
'66; pas. there, '65-7; E. Presb. ch., Buffalo, N.Y., '67-. * Pres., W. N.Y. assn. of Ham 
ilton alum., '98-9; chief templar of N.Y. grand lodge of good templars. * D.D., '96. * 
m. Basha Barnes, Buffalo, 28 Sep. '65. * Sons, Harry B., 'g6; Edw. J., '02. 

*Henry Ward, Jr. Denver, Col. 

Editor. * V.pres. * b. Mannsville, N.Y., 17 Feb. '41; son of Henry and Susan 
(Lampson); prep., Aurora acad. * Sci. orat.; 4>BK.; A.B. * Priv., loth N.Y. art., 28 
Jul. '62; cap., ist U.S. colored troops, 4 Jul. '63: taken prisoner, Fair Oaks, Oct.'64; brev, 
maj., '65; disch., Oct.'65; law stu., '65-6; adm. to bar, Syracuse, N.Y., '66; law., Brook- 
field, Mo., '66-7; ed., Brookfield Gazette, '67-70; St. Joseph Herald, '70-1; Black Hawk 
(Col.) Daily, '72-6; Denver Tribune, '76-83; Leadville Chronicle, '83-92; Denver Sun, 
'92-6. * U.S. inspector, Portland, Or., '84. * m. Marion E. Smith, Clayton, N.Y., 
7 Jan. '66. * d. Oct.'96. 

1863 

*Myron Adams. Rochester, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rcctcc . cor. sec; del. to '62 conv.; pres., Rochester alum. club. * b. 
E. Bloomfield, N.Y., i2Mar.'4i; son of Myron and Sarah (Taylor); prep., Waterloo acad. 

* At Hamilton, '59-62; perm, class sec; <i>BK.; A.B. * Priv., 126th N.Y. vols., Jul. 
'62; reg. service, Mar.'63; 2d lieut. ; with Gen. Canby at New Orleans; with Farragut as 
sig. officer, battle of Mobile bay; bearer of dispatches to Sec. Stanton, 4 May '65, announc- 
ing surrender of last confederate army e. of the Mississippi; disch., Sep. '65; stu., Aub. 
theol. sem., '66-8; ord. (Presb.) Dunkirk, N.Y., 19 Oct.'69; pas.. Union Spa., '68-9; Dun- 
kirk, '69-76; Plymouth ch., Rochester, '76-95. * Poet, soc of Hamilton alum., '69-70, 
'77-8; v.pres., '89-90; pres., Roch. acad. of sci., '80-2. * Auth., "The continuous crea- 
tion," '80; "Creation of the Bible," '92. * D.D., St. Lawrence '93- * m. Hester R. Hop- 
kins, Auburn, N.Y,. 23 Sep.'68. * Bro., Edn: P., '58. * d. 29 Dec.'gs. 

Henry Porter Cook. Dundee, N. Y. 

Soldier. * Rec.sec, pres. * b. Dundee, N.Y., 21 Feb.'37; son of Ezra and Sarah L. 
(Porter); prep., Canandaigua. * At Hamilton, '59-62. * Sergt. maj., 126th N.Y. vols. 

* Killed, Gettysburg, Pa., 2 Jul. '63. 

Peter Quick Eckerson. 99 Nassau St., New York City. 

Lawyer. * V.pres., pres.; del. to '63 conv. * h. Clarksville, N.Y., 19 Nov. '39; son 
of Abraham L. and Sarah E. (Smith); prep., Tyre. * A.B. * Law stu., Buffalo, N.Y., 
'63-5; adm. to bar, '65; law., Seneca Falls, '65-9; N-.Y. city, (res., 117 W. 123d st.) '69- 

* m. Anna E. Loomis, Syracuse, N.Y., i Oct.'67; (2) Pauline A. Smith, Passaic, N.J., 
I Jul.'76. 



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*Adna Guilford Markham. Depauville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. ' b. \\ . Turin, J\'.V., ii3Aug.'35; son of Titus and Pamelia (Gillette); 
prep., Whitestown sem. * At Hamilton, '59-60. * I'as. (Metii.) Lee Centre, '60; pas., 
VVaddington, '60-1; Morristown, '61-2; ord., 27Apr.'62; Hammond, '62-3; Dekalb, '64-6; 
Antwerp, '67-9: Madrid, '70-2; Richfield Springs, '73-5; Westmoreland, '76-8; Turin, 
'79-So; St. Johnsville, '82-4; L. Hamilton, '85-6; Sauquoit, '86-7; Oriskany Kails, '90-3; 
Cherry Valley, '94-8; Depauville, '99-00. * m. Came B. Nesbit, Lee, 26 Jul. '60. * d. 
8 Feb. '00. 

-George Wright Sheldon. West Bloomfield, N. Y. 

Soldier. * Ireas. * b. Mt. Morris, N.V., i4jul.'37; son of Henry J. and Mary A. 
(Wright); prep., Mt. Morris un. sch. ' ist soph, dec; A.B. * Priv., 126th N.Y. vols., 
i2Aug.'62; capt., 12th N.Y. vols.; cap., 6th U.S.C.I., 29 Sep.'63. * Killed at battle of 
C'hapin's farm, Va., 29 Sep. '64. 

Jonathan Seymour Slie. 219 N. 12th St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Piano and organ tuner. * V.frcs., pres. * b. Black Rock, N.Y., i Feb. '38; son of 
David and Julia (Seymour); prep., Cayuga Lake acad., Aurora. * *BK. ; A.B.; A.M. 

* Prin., Leavenworth inst., W olcott, iN.\., '64-5; sch. supt.. Corning, '65-7; music tea., 
Painesville, O., '67-8; prin., lit. dept. and music, state inst. for blind, Batavia, N.Y., '68- 
71; musician, Manhattan, Kan., '71-4; tea., prep., dept., Washburn col., Topeka, '74-5; 
tea. in pub. sclis., '76-9; dealer in nms merchandise, '79-S2; Musician, '83-5; agt. for sch. 
supplies, '85-90; piano and organ tuner, '90- " Auth., '"Stepping-stones to singing," '7^- 

* m Martha H. Hubbard, Corning, N.Y., 6 Apr.'65. 

Augustus Benjamin Southwick. 107 W. Liberty St., Rome, N. Y. 

Physician. * Treas., cor. sec, prcs. * b. Sangerfield, N.Y., 2oJun.'4o; son of Benj. 
and Clarissa (Barton); prep., Waterville sem. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., N.Y. homeo. med. 
col., '64-5; Phila., homeo. col. of med., '66-7, M.D. ; phys., Rome, N.V., '67-. * Pres., 
Oneida co. homeo. med. soc, '88-; mem.. Am. inst. ot homeop. * m. Harriet F. Scud- 
der, Rome, 29 Apr.'74. 

1864 

George Bayliss. Mexico, N, Y. 

Clergyman. * Treas., pres. * b. Conklin, N.Y., 2 Jan. '37; son of John and Almira 
(Cooper); prep., Binghamton. * Rhet. orat. ; 4>BK. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'64-7; ord. (Presb.) Phelps, N.Y., '67; pas. there, '67-70; Dubuque, la., '70-1; McGraw, 
N.Y., '71-81; Mexico, '81- * m. Carrie C. Culver, Syracuse, N.Y., 28 May '67. 

Theodore Freylinghuysen Jessup. Boonville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.prcs.; chairman, cum. of pub., '64 Triennial. * b. Florida, N.Y., 
ioOct.'4i; son of Danl. and Martha (Seeley); prep., Seward inst. * <I>BK.; A.B. * 
Tea., Troy (N.Y.) acad., '64-5; stu., Un. theol. sem., '65-8; ord. (Presb.) Kansas city. 
Mo., '4 0ct.'68; pas. there, '68-9; Garnett, Kan., '69-70; tea., Troy acad., '70-1; pas., 
Kendall, 111., '72-87; Boonville, N.Y., '87-. * Comsr. to gen. Pres. assem., 3 times. * 
Auth., "Reminis. of home miss, life, 30 yrs. ago." * m. Belle B. Cook, Troy, 25 0ct.'76. 

Henry Leutzinger. Moddersville, Mich. 

Clergyman. * V.pres. * b. Nettstall Claris, Switz., 2 Apr.'3i. * A.B. * Stu., 
Princ. theol. sem., '64-6; ord. (Presb. evang.), Guelph, Can., '65- miss, among Germans, 
Can., '67-8; pas., Hessville, O., '71-3; Colon, Mich., '73-80; res., Aetna, '80-6; Butterfield 
tp., '86-92; Moddersville, '92- * Tp. clerk and health officer, Falmouth, '86-. * m. 
Caroline Gross, Guelph, Can., 15 Sep. '68. 

Norman Chester McMath. Webster, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Mich., 21 Jan. '45; son of Robt. and Caroline (Higgins); prep., Ovid 
(N.Y.) acad. * At Hamilton, '60-3; ist math, prize. * d. 9 Oct.'64. 

*Alfred Ayer Morse. Eaton, N. Y. 

Soldier. * Rec.sec, cor. sec. * b. Eaton, N.Y., 29 Sep.'39; son of Ellis and Adaline 
(Bagg); prep.. Homer acad. * A.B. * Drafted into U.S. army, Aug.'64. * d. Win- 
chester, Va., 24 Nov.'64. 



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DELTA UPSILOX DECENNIAL. 



Kendrick Solomon Putnam. 602 N. James St., Rome, N. Y. 

Accountant. * Prcs. * b. Truxton, N.Y., i Mar.'4o; son of Eliphalet F. and Betsy 
F. (Buell); prep., Auburn. * A.B. * Asst. prin., McGrawville (N.Y.) acad., '64-5; 
Rome acad., '65-7; prin., Warrensburg acad., '67-8; Rome acad., '68-9; chief clerk, office 
of assessor of int. rev., 21st N.Y. dist., '69-72; ins., and real est. agt., Rome, '73-. * 
City chamberlain, Rome, '91-8. * Rome corresp., Utica Herald, '82-; contrib., Ediic. 
Times. London; Math. Messenger: Math, mag.; Math. Visitor; Analyst. * m. Ella Smith, 
Rome, 27 Oct.'66. 

*Darius Carter Sackett. Rock Stream, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, pres.; del. to '6? conv.; frcs., '64 conv. ' h. Canandaigua, 
N.Y., 7 Dec. '39: son of Augustine and Arze (Starr); prep., Canandaigua acad. * A.B. 
* Stu., Aub. tlieol. sem., '64-7; ord. (I'resb.) Rock Stream, N.Y., 12 Jun.'67; pas. there, 
'67-71. * d. Canandaigua, 10 Feb.'7i. 

*Justin Smith. Brainerd, Minn. 

Lawyer. * b. Mt. Morris, N.Y., 28 Oct. '44 : son of Justin and Isabelle (McFarland); 
prep.. Union Spa. * At Hamilton, '60-2. * Lumberman, Muir, Mich., '65-9; law. stu., 
Marshall, '69-71; lumberman. Grand Rapids, '71-81; atty. and gen. mgr., J.J.Howe & co.., 
Brainerd, Minn., '81-90. * m. Ella M. Farley, Springwater, N.Y., 2 Dec. '68; (2) Tinie 
E. Fox, Muir, Mich., 23 Jan. '73. * d. 23 Apr. 'go. 

*Mason Colburn Smith. Perry, N. Y. 

Soldier. * b. Perry, N.Y., i Jul. '40; son of ISFason G. and Ann Q. (Colburn); prep.. 
Perry acad. * At Hamilton, '60-2. * Corp.. 24th N.Y. ind. bat. * d. Andersonville 
(Ga.) prison, 10 May '64. 

*George Galitzin Truair. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Editor. * Rec.scc. * h. Gilbertsville, N.Y., 6Jun.'42; son of John G. and Hannah 
W. (Richardson); prep., Cortland acad. * At Hamilton, '60-2. * Priv., Co. G, 149th 
N.Y. vols., Sep. '62; orderly serg., '63; act. serg. maj., 'Dec. '63; 2d lieut., 6 May '64; ist lieut., 
3 Jul. '64; cap., 18 Mar.'65; brev. maj., Jun.'65; asso. ed., .Syracuse daily Jour.. '65-8; ed.. 
Commercial Traz'., '79. * m. Helen Gardner, Homer, N.Y., 2 Oct.'66. * Son, John 
G., Syracuse '96. * d. Cazenovia Lake, N.Y., 15 Jul. '88. 

*George Abel Watson. Fredonia, N. Y. 

Soldier. * b. Fredonia, N.Y., 10 Mar. '39; .son of Wales and Mary A. (Barnes); prep., 
Fredonia acad. * At Hamilton, '60-2 * Priv., Ti2th N.Y. vols., '62; ist serg. * 
Killed in battle of Big Creek river, Va., 17 May '63. 

*Charles Henry West. Medina, N. Y. 

Soldier. * b. Kingsboro, N.Y., 4 Feb.'39; son of Chas. H. and Sarah E. (Barnes); 
prep., Medina acad. * At Hamilton, '60-2. * Priv., 138th N.Y. vols., '62; lieut. * 
Killed in battle of Wilderness, Va., 6 May '64. 

*Albert Payson Worthington. Vineland, N. J. 

Teacher. * Trcas., v.pres. * b. Milford, Mich., s Jul. '42; son of .Mb. and Ruth 
(Parker). * 2d jr. essay; <^ B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '64-5; tea., Vineland, 
N.J., '65-7. * ni. Addie E. Humphrey, Durham, N.Y., '66. * d. W. Durham, N.Y., 
6 May '67. 

1865 
William Henry Bates. Webster Groves, St. Louis, Mo. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.sec: del. to '64 conv. * b. Champion, N.Y., 20 May '40; son of 
Alden S. and Harriet Otis; prep., Pulaski acad. * 1st soph, dec; Clark prize appt.; aes- 
thetic orat.; <1>BK.; A.B. * Tea., Lookout Mt. (Tenn.) inst., '66; stu., Aub., theol. sem., 
'66-8;. ord. (Presb.) McGrawville, N.\'., Jun.'68; pas. there, '68-70; Waverly, '71-9; 
Adams, '79-80; Clyde, '80-91; Phelps, '91-4; 2d Ref. ch., Rochester, '94-5; Webster Groves. 
Mo., '96-. * In U.S. Chris, com., '64; comr. to '70, '76 and '86 gen. assems. ; comr. to 
kwh. theol. sem., '70; on bd. of exam., '90; pres., Presb. club of cent. N.Y., '91-3; v.pres., 
Hamilton alum, assn., '98-9. * Pub. sermons. "Spiritualism of the Bible." 'y^; "Conse- 
cration," '86; "Beneficence," '88, and others; articles on "Albert Barnes," '71; "Zoology," 




HAMILTON — 1865. 235 

Oscar Henry Elmer. 1514 Van Buren St., St. Paul, Minn. 

Clergyman. * V.p'res. * b. Unionville, N.V., 27 Aug.'44; son of Henry D. and 
Julia A. DeKay) ; prep., Unionville acad., and Mt. Retirement (N.J.) sem. * A.B. * 
Stu., Un. tlieol. sem., '65-8; ord. (Presb.) Minneapolis, Minn., 28 Jan. '69; pas., Sauk 
Centre, '69-71; Moorhead, '71-86; Crookston, 'S6-93; Mamline, '94-5; Knox and Warren 
dale chs., St. Paul, '95-. * Chairman, state com. on home miss., '83-6; comr. to gen. 
assem., '76-85, 90; moderator of Minn, synod, '81. * m. Carrie Knight, Monroe, N.Y., 
2 May '78. * Bro., John E., '70. 

James Alexander Ferguson. Hanover, N. J 

Clergyman. * I'rcas., rec.sec, cor. sec, pres.; del. to '63 conv. ; sec '63 com'. * h 
Oswegatchie, N.Y., 12 May '43; son of / rch. F. and Nancy A. (Rodgers) ; prep.._Ogdens 
burg and Plammond. * Hawley clas. ..edal; Clark prize appt.; clas. orat. ; 4>BK.; A.B. 
A.M. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '6 o; pas., Morristown, N.Y., '66-7; stu., Un. theol 
sem., '67-9; ord. (Presb.) Hanover, W.J., 18 INIay '69; pas., Manhattanville, N.Y., '68-9 
Hanover, N.J., '69- * Auth., "Hist, of Presb. ch., Hanover, N.J.," '79. * D.D., '93 

* m. Isabella R. Bell, Potsdam, N.Y., 27 May '69; (.2) Catherine E. Parker, Parsippany 
N.J., 30 Dec. '75. * Bro.. Dcnl. A., '71. 

Henry Foord. Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Cazenovia, N.Y., ioApr.'39; son of Dr. Alvin and Emily (Carter): 
prep., Oneida conf. sem. * At Hamilton, '61-4; ist fresh, dec. * Mem., Chris, com., 
'64-5; in ill health; med. stu., Syracuse univ., '74-5; N.Y'. univ., '75-6, M.D.; phys., Rome, 
N.Y., 76-80; Cazenovia, '80-2. * Mem., Oneida co. med. see; v. pres., Madison co. med. soc. 

* Contrib., Cazenovia Repitblican. * d. Jacksonville, Fla., 24 Mar. '83. 

James P Kimball 1325 S. 32d St., Omaha, Neb. 

Army officer. * b. Berkshire, N.Y., 21 Aug. '40; son of John F. and Ruth (Ellis); 
prep., Ithaca acad. * At Hamilton, '61-2. * Stu., univ. of N.Y., and Alb. med. col., 
'63-4, M.D.; asst. surg., 121st N.Y. vols., 24 Dec. '64; with 6th corps; mustered out, 17 
Jul. '65; trav. in C.Am, and Cal., '65-7; comsd. asst. surg., U.S. army with rank of ist 
lieut., 14 May '67; rank of cap., 22 Nov. '69; maj. and surg., 24 Jan. '86; lieut. col. and dep. 
surg. gen., i Feb. '00; on duty, Ft. Delaware, Del., '67; post surg., Fts. Budford and Ste- 
venson, Dak., '67-71; Little Rock, Ark., '71-3; chief med. officer, Yellowstone exp., '73; 
post surg., Ft. Randall, Dak., '73-6; in field with exp. against Sioux Inds., '76; post, surg., 
Ut. Brady, Mich., '76-7; on duty during riots, Wilkesbarre, '77; post surg., Carlisle bar- 
racks, '77; Ft. Columbus, N.Y. and attend, surg., Governor's Is., '77-9; in field with exp. 
against Ute Inds., '79; post surg., Ft. Sanders, '79-81; Ft. Sidney, Neb., '81-3; U.S. 
exam, bd., N.Y. city, '83-4; U.S. milit. acad., \V. Point, '84-7; post surg., Ft. Elliott, Tex., 
'87-90; Ft. Supply, I.T., '90-1; Ft. Clark, Tex., '91-3; Santa Fe, N.M., '93-4; Ft. Wingate, 
'94-6; Ft. Columbus, N.Y., '96-00; chief surg., dept. of the Mo., Omaha, Neb., '00-. * 
Pres., Alb. med. col. alum. assn. of N.Y. city, '99-00. * Contrib., N.Y. Med. jour.; Alb. 
med. Annals; Yale med. jour. * Hon. mem.. Ark. med. assn.; mem.. Am. pub. health 
assn.; Assn of milit. surgs. of U.S. * .X.M., '82. * m. Sarah J. Eddy, Albany, 15 
Jul. '69; (2) Marie P. Brace, N.Y. city, 3 l'eb.'92. 

*George Washington Martin. Salem, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.prcs.; del. to '64 conv. * h. Chester co., Pa., 17 Aug.'39; son of 
Michael and Sarah; prep., W. Chester (Pa.) acad. * Class poet; 2d jr. dec; Hawley 
clas. medal; A.B. * Stu., Un. tlieol. .sem., '65-8; ord. (Cong.) Saugerties, N.Y., 25 Jun. 
'68; pas. there, '68-9; Schaghticoke, '69-71; res., Denver, Col., '71-2. * m. Sarah G. 
Lambert, S. Hartford, N.Y., i I-eb.';!. * d. Denver, Col., 2 Jun. '72. 

Luther Allen Ostrander. Lyons, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Pres.; orat., '75 com'. * b. Franklinville, N.Y., 14 Jul. '43; son of Jos. 
and Irene (Newcomb) ; prep., Oneida sem., Cazenovia. * At Knox., '61-3; at Hamilton 
'63-5; ist jr. essay; Hawley clas. medal; Head orat.; Clark prize orat.; legal orat.; <^ B K. 
A.B. * Tutor, Robert col., Constantinople, Turkey, '65-7; stu., Chicago theol. sem., '67-8 
Aub. theol. sem., '68-9; Un. theol. sem., '69-70; ord. (Presb.) Dubuque, la., i Nov. '71 
pas. there, '71-6; Owego, N.Y., '76-82; Lyons, '82-. * V.pres., soc. of Hamilton alum., 
'92-3; pres., '93-4; lect. on Turkish life and customs, and on lit. subjects. * D.D., '90. 
* m. Eliza A. Thomson, Constantinople, 25 May '71. * Sons, Leroy F., 'g4; Alexander 
J., 'g6; Robert P., 'pp. 

James Rodgers. Farmington, Minn. 

Clergyman. * Treas., f.frcs. * b. Hammond, N.Y., 9 Oct. '40; son of Jas. and Isa- 
bella (Fairbairn); prep., Ogdensburg inst. * 2d Curran medal; 1st phys.; ist math.; ist 
chem.: salut. ; it B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tutor, Robert col., Constantinople, Turkey, '65-7; 
Hamilton col., '68-9; stu., Princ. theol. sem., '67-9; LTn. theol. sem., '69-70; ord. (Presb.) 
Hammond, Apr. '70; pas. tliere, '70-2; Willmar, Minn., '72-5; Farmington, '75-87; Tea., 
Salida, Col., '87-8; prin., prep, dept., Jamestown (N.D.) col., '88-9; pas., Claremont, Minn., 
'89-90; Farmington, '90-. * m. Eliz. M. Spottswood, Willmar, Minn., i7jun.'74. 



236 Dlil.TA UPSILON DECKNNIAL. 

James Patterson Stratton. Tiffin, 0. 

Clergyman. * Rec.scc, prrs.; del. to '65 coiiv. * b. Phila., Pa., 24Apr.'39; son of 
VVm. and Mary' A. (Asliman) ; prep., Ashland, N.Y. * 2d soph, dec; Havvley clas. 
medal; 2d chem.; sci. orat. ; 'i>BK.; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '65-8; ord. (Presb.) 
Phila., Pa., May '68; pas.. Maiden, N.Y., '68-70; Mexico, '70-7; Cravvfordsville, Ind., '77- 
83; Circleville, O., '83-97; Tiffin, '97-; trust., Wooster univ.; '84; Central col. acad., '85; 
comr. to gen. assem., '74, '88. * D.D., Wabash '81. * m. Kate Landry, Phila., Pa., i 
May '66. 

1866 
Joseph York Chapin. Ogdensburg, N. Y, 

Lawyer. * Rec.scc, v.pres., pres. * b. Ogdensburg, N.Y., 4Aug.'43; son of David 
M. and Mary C. (York); prep., Dwight's rural h.s. * A.B. * Law stu., Ogdensburg, 
'66-8; adm to bar, '68; law., Ogdensburg, '68-. * City supervisor; surrogate of St. 
Lawrence co. 

Henry Loomis. Yokohama, Japan. 

Missionary. * Trcas., v.pres. * b. Burlington, N.Y., 4 Mar.'39; son of Moah C. 
and Maria (Meech); prep., \V. Winfield, and Cazenovia sem. * 4>BK.; A.B. * Stu., 
Aub. theol. sem., '66-9; ord. (for. miss.), Auburn, N.Y., 2 Apr.'ep; pas. (Presb.) Menomi- 
nee, Mich., '68; Jamesville, N.Y., '71; miss, in Japan, '72-6; res., San Rafael, Cal., '76- 
81; agt., Am. Bib. soc, Yokohama, Japan, '81-; in U.S., '90-1. * Priv., 146th N.Y. vols., 
29Aug.'62; 2d lieut., i Jan. '63; 1st lieut., 2oSep.'64; brev. cap., i2Mar.'65; cap., i Apr. 
'65; disch., Jul. '65. * Contrib., Christian at Work. * m. Jane H. Green, N.Y. city, 6 
Mar.'72. 

^George Norton. Sangerfield, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Treas., Rec.sec, pres. * b. Sangerfield, N.Y., 21 Sep. '43; son of Hunn 
B. and Harriet (Burgess); prep., Waterville. * ist fresh, dec; Pruyn orat.; Clark prize 
appt. ; rhet. orat.; 'I'BK. ; A.B. * Tea., Lookout mt. (Tenn.) col., '66-7; stu., Aub. 
theol. sem., '67-8; tea., St. Paul, Minn., '68-9; in ill health, Naples, Italy, '69 * d. St. 
Paul, Minn., n Sep.'69. 

Charles Simpson. Chatham, 0. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, pres.; del. to '66 conv. * b. Ithaca, N.Y., 26Jun.'39; son 
of Alex, and Eliz. (Denman) ; prep., Ithaca acad. * 2d jr. dec, 2d jr. essay; ^BK.; 
A.B. * Tea., Peeksville (ISf.Y.) milit. acad., '66-7; stu., Un. theol. sem., '67-70; ord. 
(Presb.) Ithaca, 17 May '70; pas., Addison, '70-2; Pike, '72-5; Sherman, '76-96; Oberlin, 
O., '96-8; Chatham, '98-. * m. Mary E. Sherrill, Pike, 28 Jul.'74. 

*Samuel Darwin Wilcox. Napoli, N. Y, 

Teacher and editor. * Treas.. cor. sec, v.pres.; v.pres., '66 conv. * b. Napoli, N.Y., 
10 May '46; son of Saml. S. and Mary J. (Bell); prep., Randolph acad. * ist fresh, and 
soph, essays; ist soph, dec; 2d Curran medal; ist chem.; valedic; <J>BK. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Cortlandville (N.Y.) acad., '66-7; tutor, Robert col., Constantinople, Turkey, '67-9; trav. 
in Eur. and stu., Halle, Ger., '69-70; prof, of rhet., logic and eloc, Hamilton col., '70-2; 
ed., Fla. Agriculturalist and Jacksonville (Fla.) Union, '72-3. * d. 31 Mar.'74. 



1867 

James Billions Avery. Oneida Castle, N. Y. 

Real estate agent. * V.pres. * b. Salisbury, N.Y., 19 Nov. '44;. son of Billions and 
Melinda A. (Norton); prep., Whitestown sem. and Oneida. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea. and 
med. stu. Oneida Castle, '67-8; real est. agt,. '68- * Pres., Oneida Castle. 

Isaac Oliver Best. Chili Station, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.pres., treas., bd. of trust, '83-00; del. to '66 conv.; pres., '67 conv. * 
h. Oswegatchie, N.Y., 4jan.'4i; son of John M. and Eliz. (Duck).; prep., Ogdensburg. 

* Ed., tit. mo.; <t> B K. ;" A.B. ; A.M. * Asst. prin., Bloomsburg (Pa.) state norm, sch., 
'67-70;' prin., Mt. Morris, N.Y., '70-1; ord. (Presb.) Otisco, 15 May '71; pas. there, '71-5; 
prin., Clinton gram, sch., '75-90; pas., Broadalbin, '90-7; Mayfield, '97-00; Chili Sta., '06- 

* Priv., Co. A, i6th N.Y. vols.. Aug.'62; transf. to 121st N.Y. vols., 21 Jul. '63; disch., 
Jun.'65. ' * Sec, soc. of Hamilton alum., '77-90; v.pres., '98-9; v.pres., N.Y. Epsilon of 
4> BK., '79-83, '86-9. * m. Harriet C. Lindsey, Bost., Mass., 2 Jul.'68. * Son, I. Lind- 
iey, 'pp. 



HAMILTON — 1867-68. 237 

James Earl Hall. Cherry Valley, N. Y, 

Clergyman. * Pros. * h. Argyle, N.Y., 6 May '44; son of Jas. AI. and Mary S. 
(Russell); prep., Argyle acad. and Fairfield sem. * Lit. discus.; <!• B K. ; A.B. * Stu., 
Gen. theol. sem., N.Y. city, '67-70; ord. (Fpis. dea.) Albany, 12. Tun. '70; (priest) 4jun.'7i; 
rector, Morristown, N.Y., '70-2; Warrensburg, '73-5; Whitehall, '76-83; Cherry Valley, 
'85- * A.M., Trinity '71. * m. .Xnna P. Pattison, Brooklyn, N.V., 8 Oct. "72. 

*Martin Foster Hollister. Ithaca, N. Y. 

■ Clergyman. * Trcas., rcc. ■!€€.. fres. ; del. to '66 conv. * b. Danby, N.Y., 6 Oct. '37; 
son of Horace H. and Sarah A. (Everest); prep., Ithaca acad. * 2d soph, dec; A.B. 
Tea., Brooklyn, and stu., Un. theol. sem., '67-70; ord. (Presb.) Newark, N.J., 3jun.'7o; 
pas. there, '70-84; dist. sec. Am. tract soc, (Chicago, 111., '85; sec. and treas., Chicago theol. 
sem., '85-9. * m. Amanda Bos-ardus, Danby, 22 Mar. '70. * d. Enfield Centre, N.Y., 
31 Jul.'89- 

Charles Edmund Rice. 287 S. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Judge. * Rec.scc, /rcj. * b. Fairfield, N.Y., 15 Sep. '46; son of Thos. A. and Vienna 
(Carr); prep., Fairfield acad. * Ed., Camfus; class-day orat. ; high orat. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Bloomsburg (Pa.) lit. inst., and law stu., '67-8: stn.. Alb. law sch., '68-9; LL.B.; adm. to 
N.Y. bar, '69; Pa. bar, '70; law., \\'ilkesbarrc, '70-. * Trust., \Vilkesbarre fern, 
inst.; dist. atty., Luzerne co., '77-9; pros. -judge, iith jud. dist., '80-95; pres. -judge, sup. 
ct. of Pa., '95-. * m. Maria M. Fidlcr, Wilkesbarre, 18 Dec.'73. 

Samuel William Wetzel. 376 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Merchant. * Trcas.. rec.scc. * b. Utica, N.Y., 5 I)ec.'46; son of .\ndrcw. * Lit. 
discus.; 4> B K. ; .\.B. * Tea., Ithaca (N.Y.) acad., '67-8; merchant, Utica, '68-85; with 
Chas. P. Kellogg, Chicago, 111., 'S5-01; merchant, L'tica, N.Y., '01-. * m. Ella II. Wet- 
zel, 4 Apr.'78. 

1868 

Charles Baldrey Austin. Wheeling, W. Va. 

Clergyman. * Treas. * h. I'hila., Pa., 20 Ian. '48; son of Clias. and Rebecca (Sny- 
der); prep., Phila. * A.B. * Tea., Ithaca (N.Y.) acad., '68-9; stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'69-72; ord. (Pre.sb.) Cohocton, i4Nov.'72; pas. there, '72-6; N.Y. Mills, '76-83; Bismarck, 
Dak., '83-9; Lewisburg, Pa., '89-94; Cleveland, O., '94-7; Wheeling, W. Va., '97- * 
Comr. to gen. assem. ; declined pres. of Jamestown col., N.D., '89; chaplain. Dak. sen. 
Auth., -'Hist, of N.Y. Mills eh.," '76. * D.D., '99. * m. Lillie S. Mandeville, Ithaca, 
2 Oct.'72. 

Cassius Horatio Dibble. Periy, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Pra.; port. '/I coiiT. * b. Stone Church, N.Y., 2ijun.'45; son of 
Chas. and Eunice M. (Ward); prep., E. Bloomfield acad. * Baseball; ed.. Lit. mo.; 2d 
sopli. and rst jr. essays; * B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '68-71; ord. (Presb.) 
Geneva, N.Y., Apr.'72; asso. pas., Waterloo, '71-2; pas.. Perry, '72-. * Comr. to Aub. 
theol. sem. * m. .Mice M. Condit, .\ulnirn, N.Y., 27 Sep.'7i. 

Otis Judd Eddy. 1215 R. I. Av., Washington, D. C. 

Pension reviewer. * Pres.; del. to '68 conv. * b. Ithaca, N.Y., 30 Jun.'46; son of 
Jas. and Maria (Judd); prep., Williston sem., Mass. * A.B. * Prosector to Prof. 
I'Vank II. Hamilton, '68-70; house surg., L.I. hosp., '70-T, M.D.; U.S..^. med. officer, dept. 
of Texas, '71-4; Fts. Lowell and Thomas, Ariz., '75-7; phys., Cal., '77-81; reviewer, U.S. 
bur. of pensions, Washington, B.C., '82-. 

Edwin Mills Nelson. 965 Hamilton Av., St. Louis, Mo. 

Physician. * y .pres. * b. Auburn, N.Y., 18 Nov. '47; son of Henry A. and Marg. 
(Mills); prep., St. Louis (Mo.) h.s. * Hawley clas. medal; .salut. ; * B K. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Cayuga Lake acad., Aurora, N.Y.. '68-70; stu., Miami (O.) med. col., '71-4, M.D.; clerk, 
Cincinnati bd. of health, '72; phys.. Cincinnati hosp., '73-4; St. Louis, Mo., '74-. * Ed.. 
St. Louis Courier of hied., '79-88; sp. lect. on life ins., and asst. to chair of obstetrics, 
St. Louis med. col.; lect. on diseases of abdomen in post-grad. sch. of med.; on obstet 
rics to St. Louis training, sch. for nurses; v. pres.. Am. med. press assn ; lib., Medico-Chi- 
rurgical soc: mem., St. Louis bd. of health. * Contrib., N.Y. Med. jour.; Med. News. * 
Mem., Mo. state med. soc; Am. acad. of med. * Ph.D., '82. * m. Emily A. Nelson, 
Elmira, N.Y., 25 Jul.'83. * Pother, Henry A., Hon.; bro., Wm. S., Amherst '81. 



238 DKI.TA UrSILON DKCKNNIAL. 

Henry Nelson Payne. West Point, Miss. 

Clergyman and teacher. * Rcc.scc, 'c'.prcs. * h. Horse Heads, N.Y., 4 Nov. '40; son 
of John and Kliz. S. (Nelson); prep.. Allen's drove (Wis.) acad. * At Beloit, '61; at 
Hamilton, '64-8; 2d soph, dec.; high orat. ; <t B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Chic, thcol. sem., '68-9; 
Aub., theol. sem., '69-70; I-ane thcol. sem.. '70-1, ord. (Presb.) jMinneapolis, Minn., 5 
Oct.'7i; pas. there, '7 '-6; Onondaga Valley, N.Y., '76; Lima, '76-g; Oxford, '79-8.3; Boone, 
la., '82-5; field sec. of bd. of miss, for freedmen (res., Atlanta, Ga.), '85-94; pres., Mary 
Holmes sem.. West Point, Miss., '94- * .Priv., Co. A, 13th Wis. vols., 5Sep.'6i; cap., 
Co. A, 57th U.S. C.I. , 3 Sep. "63; lieut.-col., 9 Mar.'64; commanded brig, of colored troops 
at instal. of Gov. Murphy as ist exec, of free state of Ark., Little Rock. 8 .\pr.'64; disch.. 
28 Jun.'64; comr. to '85; gen. assem. * Contrib., N.Y. Erangclist ; Frcshytcrian ; Interior; 
Banner; Herald and Presb.: Chureh at Home and Abroad * U.D., '88. * m. Eliz. A. 
Porter, Auburn, N.Y., 7 Sep.'7i. 

*Louis Dwight Pomeroy. Flint, Mich. 

Teacher. * Rec.sci.. T'.frri. ' b. Moretown, N. Y., 3 May '46; son of Louis I), and 
Mary A. (Seely). * Ed., Cawpns; high orat.; 4' B K. ; .N..B. * Tea., state deaf and 
dumb asylum, Mint, Mich., '6S-70; res., Chetopa, Kan., '70. * m. Mollie C. McGregor, 
Ogdensburg, N.Y., 1 7 May '69. * d. Ogdersburg, 4Apr.'7i. 

Hen;y Randall Waite. 177 Broadway, New York City. 

Editor and statistician. * Cor.see.; orat., '77 and 'S4 eon'<'s. : I'oet, Sg com:: 2d z'.fres., 
'p/ com'.; cd., Our record and frat. reviizs.', '67-70: Quar., '81-5. * h. Copenhagen, N.\ ., 
16 Dec. '46; son of Hiram H. and S. Maria (Randall); prep., Jeff. Co. inst., Watertown. 
* Perm, class sec; A.B. * Lit. ed., Utica (N.Y.) Herald, '68-70; stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'70-2; ord. (Cong.) Mannsville, .M.Y., '72; pas., Un. Am. ch., Rome, Italy, '72-5; ed.-in- 
chief. New Haven (Ct.) even, jour., '75-6; ed., Intcrnat. rev., '76-7; pas., Huguonot 
memor. ch., Pelham, N.Y., '77-81; statistician of tenth U.S. census in charge of depts. 
of educ, illiteracy, libs., museums, and relig. organizations, '80-4; book ed., D. Lothrop 
& CO.. Bo.ston, Mass., '84-7; ed., .V. E. mag., "86; Ciii^en. "S6-7; Mag. of Civics. '87-97; pas., 
ch. of the covenant (Cong.) Pelham, N.Y., '87-91; Trinity Cong, (now Bedford Presb.) 
ch., Brooklyn, '90-3; sec, Julien elec. co., N.Y. city, '87-90; pres.. Executory corporation, 
pres.. Am. directory co., '01 ; gov., N.J. soc order Founders and Patriots, '01. * Pres., pol. 
sci. assn., N.Y. city, '77-80; nat. civ. service reform lea., '78-80; D.C. soc. sci. assn., '82-4; 
sec, interstate com. on fed. aid to educ, '85-6; pres.. Am. inst. of civics (res., E. Orange, 
N.J.) '85-; fellow. Am. statistical assn. * Comp., "Sixty-eight," (class hist.) '94. * 
Auth., "Spirit of St. Paul," '72; "Dangerous elements in the suffrage"; "The Utah prob- 
lem," '86 * Contrib., Intemat. rev.; Princeton rev. * Ph.D., '76. * m. Carrie A. 
Huntoon, Boston, Mass., 16 Feb. '76. 

Myron Gilbert Willard. Mankato, Minn. 

Manufacturer. * TrcaS.. rcc.sec, pres. * b. Trenton, N.\'., 23 Oct. '42; son of Danl. 
S. and Catharine (Williams); prep., Whitestown sem. * Class-day orat.; 2d fresh, dec; 
Clark prize appt. ; rhet. orat.; * B K. ; A.B.; .\.M. * Law stu., Hamilton col., '67-8; 
I'tica, N.Y.. "68-9; adm. to N.Y. bar, '68; law.. Mankato, Minn., '69-86; mgr. and sec. 
Standard Fibre-ware co., '86-; mgr., knitting mills, '92-7; sec. and supt., Mankato mills co., 
'08-01; v.pres.. Mankato bd. of trade. * m. Julia E. Nolton, Holland Patent, N.Y., 19 
Apr.'7o; (2) Mary W. Willard, Holland Patent, 20 Feb. '79. * Son, Elkms C. Minn. '97. 



1869 

Francis Marion Burdick. 115th St. and Boulevard, New York City. 

College professor and author. * Rcc.sec, cor.see: del. to '68 eonv. : hist., '86 conv. * 
h. DeRuyter, N.Y., i.\ug.'45, son of Alb. G. and Eunetia (Wheeler); prep., Cazenovia 
sem. * Ed., Lit. mo.: 2d Curran medal; debate appt.; clas. orat.: <i> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Whitestown sem., Whitesboro, N.Y., '69; ed., Utica Hcraia. '70-1; law stu., Hamilton col., 
'71-2, LL.B.; adm. to bar, '72; law., Utica, '72-82; Maynard and Knox prof, of law, Ham- 
ilton col., '82-7; prof, of law, Cornell univ., '87-91; Colum. univ., '91-. * Pres., N.Y 
Epsilon of 4>BK. ; '93-7; v.pres., N.Y. Theta, '90-1; mem., Colum. univ. council; mayoi 
oi Utica, '82-3; U.S. assay comr., '89; Dem. nominee for regent of univ. of state of New 
Y'ork, '90; pres.. Riverside and Morningside assn.; pres., Patria club, '99. * Auth., "The 
study of law as a part of a general education," '88; "Our experience under a low tariff." 
'89; "Cases on torts," '91 (2d ed,. '94); "Cases on sales." '97; "Law of sales," '97: "Cases 
on partnership," '98 ■. "Law of partnership," '98. * Asso. ed., (dept. of law) Johnson's 
univ. cyclopedia, '94. * Contrili., Citizen: .Mb. latv jour.; Columbia law times: Am., law 
register: Colum. law rev. * Mem., Am. inst. of civics; Am. acad. of pol. and soc. sci. 
* LL.I)., '95. * m. Sarah U. Kellog, Utica, 8 Jun.'7S. 



HAiMU.TON — iS69. 239 

William Lee Downing. . 447 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Pics.; /'/■t'.T.. bil. of trust, 'A'.^-9.?; src. '6p coii''. * h. N'erona, N.V., 27 
Dec. '46; son of Roswcll and Sarah IJird; prep., Cazenovia seni. * I'erni. class sec; jd 
fresh, dec; g.B.; A.M. * 'J'ca., Oneida (.\.b;.) sem., '69-70; Whitestown sem., Whitcs- 
boro, '70-7; Utica free acad., '77- * Comp., "Class of '69, 20 yrs. after grad.," '89; "30 
yrs. post-grad, record, class of '69," '99. * Mem., Oneida co. hist. soc. 

DeLinton Wing Greenfield. Rome, N. Y. 

Bookseller. * lice. sec. '■.f'cs. * b. 'I'renton, N.Y., 25 .Tun. '46; son of Jos. and Cyn- 
tliia M. (Habbard); prep>, Rome acad. ' .\.L'>. * Kd., Mainiltoiilan. * Bookseller and 
stationer (Ivome) "69-. * m. GcorLna Schrivcr, Kheinbeck, 3 Apr.'Ss. 

*George Eugene King. Ravenna, 0. 

Lawyer. * Adm. by .\delbcrt ; fres. j-'ro teiii., '6S con~'. * h. Ravenna, O., 3 Dec.'44; 
son of Fred, and Orpha (Harrison): prep., Ravenna h..s. * At Adelbcrt, '65-6; at Ham- 
ilton, '66-9; debate appt. ; legal orat. ; <^fil^. ; A.h. * Law stu., Ravenna, '69-71; adm. . 
to bar, '71; i)rin., Ravenna Vn. sch., "69-71; I'airfield (,N.V.) sem., '71--'; law., N.V. city. 
'72-81; Ravenna, 'Si. ' m. Kliza 11. Root. Ravenna, i6Aiig.'7i. * d. 14. Inn. '81. 

Martin Dwelle Kneeland. 715 Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. 

(.ler^yman and editor. ' I'reus. * h. Onondaga co., N.V. -•4Se|i.'48; son of Hr. 
Jonathan and .\Hriam (Dwelle); pre])., Cazenovia sem. * Lit. orat.; •!' B K. ; A.B. 
"lea., Southold, N.V., '69-70; stu., .\ub. theol. .-^em., '70-3; ord. (I'resb.) Waterloo, i Jun. 
'73; pas. there, '73-82; Frcdonia, and ed., l*'redonia Presbyterian, '82-7; pas., 'I'itusville, 
and ed., 'I'itusville Presbyterian, '87-90; pas., Roxbury, Mass., '90-5; sec. and orig., N. E. 
Sabbath jirotective lea., and cd.. Defender, Boston, (res., 29 W'yo. St.) '95-. * Sec, soc 
of Hamilton alum., '87; sec. and treas., .\. K. .soc. of Hamilton alum., '93-8; chairman, 
comrs. of Aub. theol. sem., '77; mem., '75, '82, and '84 gen. assems. ; clerk, '90 assem.; 
del., World's conf. on missions, '87. * \).\'i., '87. * m. Sarah A. Lord, Montpclier, 
Vt., 27 Oct.'7S. 

Willard Merrick Lillibridge, 45 Moffat Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

Lawyer. * Pres.; del. to '6S eonv. * b. Taberg, N.V., 26 Apr. '46; son of Ira and 
Sophronia (Merrick); prep., Whitestown and Cazenovia sems. * ist debate; honor orat.; 
•I>BK. ; A.B. * Tea., Brooklyn poly, inst., '66-7; sch. supt., Plattsburg, N.Y., '69-71; 
law stu., St. Louis, Mo., '71-2;" Detroit, Mich., '72-3; adm. to bar, '73; law., Detroit, (res., 
26 Alfred st.) '73- * Mem., city bd. of cduc, "74-5; 'S9-9-; circ judge, Wayne co., 
Mich., '93-9. * m. Katherine Hegeman, N.Y. city, 5 Dec. '82. 

Eliot Robertson Payson. Ne-w Brunswick, N. J. 

College professor. * 'Ircas., v.f^res., pres.; asst. ed.. Our Record, '68-9. * h. New 
Hartford, N.Y., 2a Feb.'46; son of Eliot H. and Mary (Robertson); prep., Utica acad. * 
Hist, discus.; * B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Charlton, N..Y, '69-70; Homer, '70-3; Evans acad., 
I'eterboro, '73-4; Utica free acad., '74-7; stu., Leipsic and Berlin, Ger., '77-80; prin., Bing- 
hamton (N.Y.) h.s., '80-92; head-master, Rutgers col. prep. sch.. New Brunswick, N.J., 
'92-; prof, of pedagogy, Rutgers col., '92-. * Pres., Inter-acad. assn. of N.^■., '85-6; v. 
pres., Assn. of prep, schs., and cols, of Mid. States and Md., '98-9. * Ph.D., Rutgers 
'92. * m. Lillian Corbin, Oxford. X.V., 13 Jul. '82. * Dro., Ceo. H.. 'yj- 

Charles Henry Searle. 115 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Rce.scc: del. to '6g fniii'. ; men}., bd. of trust, 'Sj;: pres.. '9j; 6: orat., '78 
eonv. * h. Brookfield, N.Y., 23 Jun. '42; .son of Wm. .N. and Eliza (Rogers); prep., 
Whitestown and Cazenovia sems. * ist soph, dec; Head orat.; polit. orat.; <1'BK. ; A.B. 
* Law stu., Syracuse. N.Y',. '69-70; adm. to bar, '70; law., Leonardsville, '70-3; Utica 
(res., 13 Kemb'le st.) '73- * ist lieut., 189th N.Y. vols., .64-5. * Citizens' nominee 
for mayor of LTtica, '88; sch. comr., '90-. * Mem., Oneida co. hist. soc. * m. Annie 
M Pier, Utica, 6 Dec. '76; (2) .Mice L. Hotchkiss, Phelps, 18 Jun.'Ss. * Bro.. Homer 
W., '70. 

•:^Selden Haines Talcott. Middletown, N.Y. 

Medical superintendent. * V.pres.: poet '6S eonv. * b. Rome, N.Y., 7 Jul. '42; son 
of Jonathan and Lucv A. (Shepard); prep., Rome acad. * Ed., Campus: Clark prize 
appt.; A.B. .•\.M. * Stu.. N.Y. homeo. med. col., '69-72 (valedic), M.D.; pbys., Watervdle, 
N.Y., '72-5; chief of stafl'. Ward's Is. homeo. hosp., '75-7: med. supt., Middletown state 
hosp.', '77- * Priv., 15th N.Y. vol. engs., '64-5; disch., 30 Jun. '65. * Lect. on insan- 
ity and kindred diseases, Hahnemann med. col.. '81-5; prof, of mental and nerv. dis- 
eases, N.Y., homeo. med. col., '85-; orat., sec of Hamilton alum.. '90. *^ Auth., "Prog- 
nosis in insanity," '7,8: "Notes in treatment of mcnt. and nerv. diseases," '79; "General 



240 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

paresis," '80; "The insane diathesis,'" 'Si; "Sleep without narcotics," '83; "AppHcation ol 
new remedies in treatment of men» and nerv. diseases," '84; "Homeo. treatment of in- 
sane," '85; "Hahnemann and his influ. upon mod. med.," '87; "Traumatic insanities and 
traumatic recoveries," '88; "Revis. of laws i;elating to commitment, care, & disch. of the 
insane," '88; "The hosp. idea.," '90; "Dietetics in treatment and cure of insanity," '91; 
"Prison methods for state hospitals." 'g.j; "Cleanliness," '9.3; "Air, light, water, and 
noise in the sick room," '93; "Mod. phases of melancholia," '94; "Degeneration and regen- 
eration," '95; "Hahnemann and his relations to psychol. med.," '97; "Mental diseases and 
their mod. treatment," (352 p.) '01; ann. reports of Ward's Is. homeo. hosp., and Middle- 
town state homeo. hosp. * Contrih., N.Am. Jour, of homeo.; Hahncmannian mo.; N.E. 
med. Gazette; Med. Century; Homco['athist. * Mem. and cx-pres., Oneida co., Orange 
CO., and N.Y. state homeo. med. socs. ; mem., and ex-pres.. Am. inst. of homeo.; mem.. 
Am. psychol. assn. ; medico-legal soc. of N.Y.; del. to internat. soc. of criminology at 
Christiana, Norv/ay, '91; hon. mem., N. homeo. med. soc. of N.Y.; S. tier homeo. soc. of 
N.Y. and Pa.; Mass. state homeo. med. soc; asso. mem., Royal soc. of mental med., Bel- 
gium. * Ph.D., '82; M.D., univ. of state of N.Y., '87. * m. Sarah A. Munger, Water- 
ville, 10 Jun.'73. * d. 15 Jun.'o2. 

1870 

* John Edgar Elmer. Moorhead, Minn. 

Lawyer. * Trcas.. v.prcs. . * h. Unionville, N.Y., 17. Ian. '48; son of Henry D. and 
TuHa A. (Dekay); prep., Mt. Retirement (N.J.) sem. * A.B. * Law stu., Hamilton 
col., 'yo-3, LL.B.; adm. to bar, '73: law., Goshen, N.Y., '73-4; Moorhead, Minn., '74. * 
Bro., Oscar H.. '65. * d. 27 May '74. 

DeLos Edwin Finks. 11 Walnut St., E. Orange, N. J, 

Missionary lecturer. * Asst. cd.. Our Record. * b. Sherburne, N.Y., 5 Nov. '42; son 
of Geo. F. and Adeline (Goodnow) ; prep., Whitestown sem. and Cortland acad. * Class- 
day orat. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '70-3; ord. (Presb.) Aub., N.Y., Apr.,'73; pas., 
Fairplay, Col., '73-5; Ft. Collins. '75-81; Denver, '81-6; res. and occ. supply, Brooklyn, 
N.Y., '86-91; miss. Icct., E.Orange, N.J., 'gi-. * Contrih., religious papers. * m. Net- 
tie V. Rodgers, Geneva, N.Y., 13 May '73. 

Sylvester Gardner. 330 Pine St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Book-keeper. * 7";v(7,f. * b. Fayetteville, N.Y., i8 Nov.'44. * <1' B K. ; A.B. * Law 
stu., Hamilton col., '70-1; LL.B.: law clerk and dept. clerk, ct. of com. pleas, Cleveland. 
<)., '72-s; tea., Oak Harbor, O., '74-5; Webster, Wis., '76-7; law clerk, Burlington, Wis., 
'80-3; bookkeeper for F. E. Luty, San Francisco, Cal., (res., 1712 Stockton st.) '83- 

Frederick Hamilton Gouge. 115 Genesee St., Utica, N.Y. 

Architect. * Prcs. : trust.. 'S,j-oo. * b. Trenton, N.Y., 5 May '45; son of Jacob and 
Laura C (Powers); prep., Rome acad. * Sci. orat.; * B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Norwalk, Ct., 
'70-1; civ. eng., Fulton co., N.Y., N.J., and Pa., '71-3; architect, Ithaca, N.Y., '73-6; 
Utica, (res., 22 Clinton place) '76- * ist v.pres., W. N.Y. assn. of architects; pres., 
!-ame assn.; pres., Oneida co. sidepath comrs. ; fellow. Am. inst. of architects. * ni. Abbie 
P. Moore, Trenton Falls, N.Y., 25 Oct.'8i. 

Augustus Palmer Kent. Elkhart, Ind. 

Editor. * Recscc, cor. sec; sec. '69 conv. * b. Adrian, Mich., 19 May '47; son of 
Burton and Caroline A. (Palmer); prep., Adrian h.s. * Ed., Campus: ist Curran medal; 
clas. orat.; 3d honor; 't> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Norwalk, Ct., '70-1; ed., Elkhart (Ind.) 
Revieiv. '71-9; supt. of Ind. pub. schs., '79-82; ed., Elkhart daily and zvcekly Reviezv. and 
conductor of teachers' agency, '82- * Contrib., Potter's Am. mo.: Chicago Tribune: 
Indianapolis Journal; .Mbany .-Irgus. * m. Emma L. Newell, Chicago, 111., 24 May '74. 

Henry Clay Maine. "Democrat and Chronicle," Rochester, N. Y. 

Editor. * Trcas. * b. DeRuyter, N.Y., 17 Feb. '44; son of David and Lodema (Foote): 
prep., DeRuyter inst. * Ed., Lit. mo.: Hawlcy clas. medal; hist, discus.; <1> B K. ; A.B. * 
Ed., Troy (N.Y.) Whig. '72-8; Roch. Democrat and Chronicle. '78- * Only Am. among 
4 winners of Warner prizes for essays on "Red sunsets," '85; auth., "Burgoyne campaign," 
'77; "Does the sun influence the weather," '89; "System of long dist. weather forecasts, 
based on the sun's rotation." * Contrib., Sunshine. * m. Helen M. McClure, Troy, 
IS Oct.'73. 

*Homer Wellington Searle. Jacksonville. Fla. 

Lawyer. * Del. to '70 conv. * h. Brookfield, N.Y., 9 Oct.'44; son of Wm. N. and 
Eliza (Rogers). * ist fresh, and 2d soph, essays; debate appt. ; high orat.; t^ B K. ; A.B. 

* Law stu., Hamilton col., '70-1, LL.B.; adm. to bar, '71; in ill health, Utica, N.Y., '71-4; 
Tacksonville, Fla., '74-5; enlisted 2d lieut., 114 N.Y. vols., Jul. '62; ist lieut. ; cap.; disch,. 
col. with brev. maj., '65. * m. Nellie Scott, Bridgewater, N.Y., Oct.'70. * Bro., Chas. 
H., '69. * d. 25 Jan.'7S. 



HAMILTON— 1870-71. 241 

George Russell Smith. Urbana, 111. 

Clergyman. * .^din. by Rochester; trees , pres.; del. to '69 conv. * b. Carlton, N.Y., 
21 Oct.'47; son of Russell and Lydia (Warren); prep., Albion acad. * At Rochester, '66; 
at Hamilton, '66-70, A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Anb. theol. sem., '71-4; ord. (Presb.) Dryden, 
N.Y., Nov.'74; pas. there, '74-6; Elbridge, '76-80; Marcellus, '80-2; prin., Canandaigua 
acad., '82-5; pas., Campbell, '86-92; Wichita, Kan.. '92-6; Urbana, 111., '96-. * Mem., 
exam. bd. of Elmira col.; exec, com., N.Y. state S.S. assn. ; pres.. Steuben co. S.S. assn. ; 
comr. to gen. assn., '79, '91; del. to world's S.S. conv., '89. * Pub., "Memorial of ist 
ch., Marcellus," '82; "Glimpses of world's S.S. conv.," '90. * m. Eliz. E. Hutchinson, 
Gaines, N.Y., i7jun.'74. * Bro., Lotvcll C, '82. 



187I 

Edward William Abbey. Burdette, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rcc. sec., pres. * b. Glenora, N.Y., i2]\Tar.'48; son of Tyler H. and 
Tulia (Whitney); prep., Watkin's acad. * A.B. * Stu., Lane theol. sem., '71-4; ord. 
(Presb.) Terre Haute, Ind., Sep. '74; pas. there, '74-80; Hamilton, O., '80-98; Burdett, 
N.Y., '98- * ra. Mary A. Hamill, Terre Haute, 28 Oct. '77. 

Charles Redway Dryer. Terre Haute, Ind. 

Teacher. * b. Victor, N.Y., 31 Aug.'jo; son of Daniel and Precepta (Perry); prep., 
Canandaigua acad. * At Hamilton, '67-8. * Law stu., Des Moines, la., '69-70; adm. 
to bar, '70; med. stu., univ. of Mich., '70-1; Rochester (N.Y.) city hosp., '71-2; prin., 
Phelps un. sch., '72-5; med. stu., univ. of Buffalo, '75-6, M.D. ; phys., Victor, '76-7; tea.. 
Ft. Wayne (Ind.) h.s., '77-90; prof, of chem. and toxicology. Ft. Wayne col. of med., 
'78-93; chemist. Ft. Wayne elec. co., '90-3; prof, of geog., state norm, sch., Terre Haute, 
'93-. * Asst. Ind. geol. survey. '86-93. * Ed. and joint auth., "Studies in Ind. geog."; 
anth., "Lessons in physical geog." * Contrib., Continent : Syracuse Academy; Am. geolo- 
gist; Ft. Wayne Jour, of med. sci. ; Ind. Agric. Report: Inland Educator; Ediic. rev.: 
"Hist of upper !Maumee valley," '89; "Report of Ind. state geologist," '88, '91, '93. * 
h'ellow, Geog. soc. of .\m. : mem.. Am. assn. for adv. of sci. * A.B.. '83; A.M., III. Wes- 
leyan 'S3. * m. Alice M. Peacock, Walworth, N.Y., 28 Jul. '74. * Son, Reginald P., 
Micliigan 'oj;. 

Daniel Arunah Ferguson, Hammond, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Treas.. rec.scc; v. pres. * b. Oswegatchie, N.Y., 10. Jul. '50; son of 
Arch, and IVancy A. (Rodger); prep., Ogdensburg acad. * 2d soph, dec; A.B. * Bus., 
Red Oak, la., '71-2; stu., Un. theol. sem., '72-5; ord. (Presb.) Hammond, 24 Feb. '76; pas. 
there, '75- * Pres., St. Lawrence co. S.S. assn., '89-91. * m. Selina B. Leonard, 
Rossie, N.Y., 2. Tan. '78; (2) Mary CuthJiert, Hammond, 24 .Tan. '83. * Bro., Jas. A., '65, 
son. Wni. A., '04. 

='^George Calvin Horton. Utica, N. Y. 

Merchant. * b. Sandisfield, Mass., toJu1.'43; son of Jas. and Orra A.; prep.. Whites- 
town ,sem. * At Hamilton, '67 ;9. * Mem., Rowley & Horton, paper and stationery 
dealers, L^tica. N.Y., '69-98. * T'res., Whitestown sem. alum, assn., '97. * A.R., '93. 

* m. Flora ■\. Joslin, Frankfort, N.Y., 17 Jan. '72. * d. 30 May '88. 

Amos Augustus Kiehle. 124 13th St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Clergyman. * I'rcos., rec.scc. v. pres.. pres.: del. to '^o con':'. * h. Dansville, N.Y., 
22 Mar.'47; son of Jas. and Eliz. (Litchard) ; prep.. Canandaigua acad. * A.B. * Stu., 
Un. theol. .sem., '71-4; ord. (Presb) Minneapolis, Minn., 21 Oct. '74; pas. there, '74-8; Still- 
water, '78-81; Calvary ch., Milwaukee, \\'is., '81-. * D.D. * m Julia V. Reed. Livonia, 
N.Y., 13 May '74; (2) Frances M. Decker, S.Livonia. 28Jul.'8r. * Bro.. David L., '6t. 

*Hosmer Perkins McKoon. San Diego, Cal. 

Lawyer. * b. Oxford, N.Y., 5 Jul. '45; son of Saml. and Adeline (Perkins); prep., 
Whitestown sem. * At Hamilton, '67-8. * Trav. in Ger., '69-70; in Cal., '70; law 
stu., Utica, N.Y., '71- Alb. law sch., '71-3, LL.B.; adm. to bar, '72- law., Utica, '72-6; San 
Francisco, Cal., '76-90; San Diego, '90-4. * Pres., S. Cal. bur. of inf., '91-4; San IDiego 
chamb. of commerce, '93-4. * m. Fannie L. Miller, Trenton, N.Y., 22 Aug.'72. * d. 
19 .'\ug.'94. 

Albert Cossit Phillips. 17 Savings Bank Bldg., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Lawyer. * Trcas., rec.scc, cor. sec, v. pres.. pres. * b. Onondaga Hill, N.Y., i Jun. 
'49; son of Erastus B. and Frances M. (Cossitt) ; prep., Onondaga acad. and Syracuse h.s. 

* Ed., Lit. mo.; class-day prophet; ist Curran medal; Clark prize appt. ; clas. orat. ; •{> B K. ; 
.'\.B. * Stu., Colum. law sch., '72-3; adm. to bar, N.Y. city, '75; law., Syracuse (res., 
1210 S. Salina st.) '83- * Clerk, surrogate's court, Onondaga co., '83-93; instr., Syra- 
cuse univ. law sch., '98-. 

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1872 

Albert Lyndon Blair. "Journal," Boston, Mass. 

Lecturer and editor. * I'rcs.; del. to >.' conv.; oral., X' conv. - b. Hamilton, N.Y., 
i3 0ct.'46; son of Seth T. and Sarah M. (Harris); prep., Whitestown sem. * Debate 
appt.; hist, orat.; 'tBK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., White Plains (N.Y.) inst., '72-3; on ed. 
staff, Troy daily Times, '73-81; ed., Troy viorning Telegram, '81-2; Rochester l^ost-Express, 
'82-3; daily Sai-atogian, Saratoga Springs, '83-7; asso. ed., Troy daily limes, '87-90; pres., 
Colby acad.. New London, N.H., '90-1; asso. ed., Boston (Mass.) Journal, and lecturer, 
'91-. * m. Mary M. Brown, Georgetown, N.Y., 16 Sep.'73. 

Seward Mandeville Dodge. 1275 Sixth Av., Oakland, Cal. 

lv;al estate. * Ree.sec, cor. sec, pres. * h. Verona, N.V., 13 Apr. '46; son of Philan- 
der S. and Abbie T. (Peckham) ; prep., Pulaski. * Ed., Lit. mo.; A.B. * Prin., Arcade 
un. sch., and Warsaw, N.Y., '72-5; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '75-8; ord. (Cong.) Lebanon, 
N.Y., i9Nov.'78; pas. there, '78-80; Milford, '80-1; Evansville, Ind., '81-3; Santa Rosa, 
Cal., '83-8; prin.. Boys' h.s., '88-90; pas.. Sidney, N.Y., '91-3; real est. bus., Oakland, Cal., 
'93-- * Priv., 143d ill. vols., Co. C, 19 May '64; disch. as corp., 26 Sep.'64. * m. Alice 
E. Miller, Dcansville, N.Y., 5 Dec. '72. 

Samuel Glover Moore. Trenton, N. Y. 

Physician (retired). * Trras., K'.pres., pres. * h. Trenton Falls, N.Y., 5 Sep. '47; son 
of Michael and Maria (Sherman); prep., Ilolbrook's sch.. Sing Sing. * A.B. * 'Med. 
stu., univ. of Mich., '72-3; Bellevue med. col., '73-5, iM.D.; phys., and mem., med. firm 
of Sykes & Moore, Pittsburg, Pa., '76-86; phys., Allegheny. '85;93, res., Trenton, N.Y., 
'93- * m. Mary E. Lovell, Trenton, N.Y., 4 Mar. '77. * Bro., Jot.n R., '62. 

Lewis Hall Morey. 319 Camden St., San Antonio, Tex. 

Clergyman. * Ree.sec. * At Hamilton, '68-70; ist soph, dec; at Rochester, '70-2, 
.\.B. * See Rochester. 



1873 
*William Henry Avery. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Treas., pres. * b. Columbus, N.Y., 18 Feb. '46; son of Jas. W. and 
Angcline (Webster); prep., Whitestown sem. * Class-day prophet; 2d fresh, dec; debate 
appt,; A.B. * Tea., Walertcwn (N.Y.) h.s., '73-4; stu., Epis. div. sch., Phila., Pa., '74-/: 
ord. (Epis.) Phila., Jun.'78; curate, Grace ch., Phila., '77-8; pas., St. David chapel, '78-82; 
ch. of ascension, Atlantic city, N.J., '82-91; res., Vineland, '91-8; pas., Germantown, Pa., 
'98-00. * m. Eliz Hcmsley, Xtlantic city, 31 Jan. '84. * d. Germantown, Pa., 21 Jun.'oo. 

Oliver Ernesto Branch. 934 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. 

Lawyer and author. * Treas., pres.: del. to '7.' coht.; v. pres. '73 con-'.; alt. orat. '"p 
conv.; poet 'S3 conv. * h. Maditon. O., iq Jul. '47; son of \\m. W. and Lucy (Bertram); 
prep., Whitestown sem. * Ed., ftiV mo.; class-day hist.; 2d soph, dec; ist soph, and ist 
jr. essays; 2d debate; head orat.; Clark prize orat.; rhet. orat.; 4- B K. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Forestville (N.Y.) acad., '73-4; stu., Colum. law sch., '74-6, LL.B.; adm. to bar, '76; tea., 
Brooklyn, N.Y., '76-7; law., N.Y. city, '76-86: Manchester. N.H., '86-; ed. writer Man- 
chester Union. '87-00. * Pres.. N.E. soc of Hamilton alum., '97-8; mem., N.H. h. of 
leps., '87-8, '89-90; Dcm. can. for speaker; U.S. dist. atty. for N.H., '94- * Pub., "Ham- 
ilton speaker," '78; "National ser. of speakers," '87; auth.. "College journalism," N.Y. re- 
.gents' rep., '74; N.H. sect, in "F'coiiomic legislation of all states," '90. * Contrib., N.Y. 
even Post. * ]\[..'\., Dartmouth '95. * m. Sarah M. Chase, Wcare, N.H., 17 Oct. '78. * 
Son, Oliver W., Harvard, 'or. 

John Edman Massee. Watervliet, N. Y. 

School superintendent. * Treas.. cor. sec. pres. * b. W'estern N.\'., 2 Aug.'48; son of 
John and Mary (Spink) ;prep., Rome acad. * A.B. * Commerc. trav., '73-4; prin., 
Macedon (.Nf.Y.) acad.. '74-6; Sandy Creek un. sch., '76-85: Saratoga Spa. h.s, '85-8; sec. 
Teachers' agency, Albany, '89-90; mgr. N.Y. ofKce for C.W.Bardcen, '90-1; agt. for D.C. 
Heath & CO, '91-3: prin., Dunkirk h.s., '93-8; sch. supt., Watervliet, '98-. * Pres., Os- 
wego CO. teachers' assn., '83-4; sec, Saratosa co. teachers' assn., '86-7. * m. Mary E. 
Munger, Caipden, N.Y., 8 Jul.'8o. 



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243 



George Hubbard Payson. Rahway, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc, v. Ires.; del. to '73 conv. * b. New Hartford, N.Y., 5 Jan. '52; 
son of Eliot H. and Mary (Robertson); prep., Oxford acad. * Ed., Hamiltonian; ist 
fresh, dec; Hawley msdal; Kirkland orat.; ethical orat.; 3d honor; 4> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Evans acad., Peterboro, N.Y., '74~5; N.Y. city, '75-9; stu., Leipsic, Ger., '79-80; ord. 
(Presb.) Roslyn, N.Y., 2f Apr. '81; pas there, '81-2; Newtown, '82-9; Rahway, N.J., '89- 
* Auth.. "Hist, of ist Presb. ch. of Rahway," '92. * Pres., Queens co. S.S. assn., '85; 
.\'ewtov\n law and order lea., '86; Alpha Sigma soc., N.Y. city, '86; del. to gen. assem., '86, 
'96; lect., iiniv. extension Rutgers col., '98-00. * iii. Mamie Perkins, Ft. Washington, 
N.Y., 27 Sep.'Si. * Bro'., FHiot R., '69. 

Jerraain Gildersleeve Porter. Observatory, Cincinnati, 0. 

Astronomer. * Rec.scc, v.prcs. * b. Buffalo, N.Y.. 8 Jan. '52; son of John J. and 
Mary (Hall); prep., Watertown h.s * 2d math.; salut. ; *BK.; A.B. * Stu., Berlin, 
(ier., '73-4; asst. prof, of astron., Hamilton col., '75-9; on U.S. coast gfeod. surv., Wash- 
ington, D.C., '77-84; direct., Cincinnati (O.) observ., '84-. * Auth., "Zone catalogue of 
4,050 stars," '87; "Our celestial home; an astronomer's view of heaven," '88; charts and 
micrometrical measures of nebulae, '91; "catalog of 1,340 proper motion stars," '92; hist, 
sketch of the Cincinnati observ," '93; "catalog of 2,000 stars for epoch 1890," '95; "catalog 
of 2,030 stars for epoch '95," '98. * Contrib., S'idcrial Messenger ; Observatory ; As- 
tron. Nachrichien: Bulletin Astronomiqne ; Presb. Review. * Ph.D., '88. * m. Emily 
.Snowden, Washington, D.C., 3 Jul. '79. * Father, John J.. Union '43; bros., Henry A., 
';S; Cluis. F., 'S4. 



1874 

Julian Adelbert Clark. 3926 Lake Av., Chicago, 111. 

Manufacturer. * Rec.sce.. pres. * h. Evans, N.Y., 2 Feb. '49; son of Orrin and Eliza 
(Sheldon); prep., Whitestown sem. * Hist, orat.; + B K. ; A.B. * Mfr., Custer city, 
I'a., '75-8; oil producer, Bradford, '78-82; merchant, Bloomington, HI., '82-93; nifr. of 
ranges, Chicago, '93- * m. Uora K. Bone, Kansas city. Mo., 2 Feb. '87. 

Edgar Ai Enos. 52 Third St., Troy, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Trcas.. v. pres.; del. to '/.? conv. * b. Grafton, N.Y., 20 Dec. '46; son 
of Henry M. and Harriet (Stevens); prep., Whitestown- sem. * Ed., Lit. mo.; 2d fresh, 
essay; Hawley clas. medal; 1st phys. ; 2d debate; Pruyn orat.; Clark prize orat.; salut.; 
'I'BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Brooklyn joly. inst., '74-5; stu., N.Y". Gen. theol. sem., '75-8; 
tea., Hasbrouck inst., Jersey city, N.T., '79-81; ord. (Epis.) N.Y. city, '82; res., Towanda, 
Pa., '81-5; Bridgeport, Ct., '85-6: St. Paul's ch., Troy, N.Y'., '87- * D.D., '94. * m. 
Jennie A. Hopkins Rutland, Vt.. 2 Jul. '77. 

Charles Ezekiel Havens. Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Treas., v. pres. * b. Shelter Is., N.Y., 13 Mar. '50; son of Stratton and 
Lydia A. (Chester); pre|i., Southold acad. * Hawley clas. medal; clas. orat.; 4^ B K. ; 
.\.B. * Prin., Mexico (N.Y.) acad., '74-8; stu., Un. theol. sem., '78-81; ord. (Presb.) 
fireen Is., N.Y., 15 Sep.'8i; pas there, '81-5; W.Lebanon, Vt., '85-93; Newton Highlands, 
Mass., '93-. * m. Nellie A. Hall, Cazenovia, N.\., 13 Jul. '81. 



Henry Daniel Hull. 

Physician. * A.B. 

'77- 



Adrian, Mich. 

Stu., Bellevue med. col., '74-7, M.D. ; phys., Adrian, Mich., 



*William Wallace Nixon. 



Rose Hill, Va. 



Comn'crcial traveler. * Cor.iCc. * b. Adrian. Mich.. 29 Dec's i; son of Wm. and 
Louise J.; prep., Adrian h.s. * Sci orat.; 'F B K. ; A.B. * Commercial trav., '76-83. * 
a. 14 Jul.'83. 

=i'George Alva Penny. Unadilla Forks, N. Y. 

Theological student. * Rcc.see.: del. to '74 com. * b. Unadilla Forks, N.Y., 21 May 
'48; son of \l\a and Eliza; prep., Whitestown sem. * Ethical orat.; debate appt. ; <^BK.; 
A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol sem., '74. * d. Auburn, 16 Sep. '74. 

Franklin Potter. Casselton, N. D. 

Editor. * Rcc.see. * b. Utica, N.Y.. 8 Oct. '52; son of Waldo M. and Catharine B. 
(Wheeler); prtp., Saratoga Spa. * At Hamilton, '71-2; at low?, state univ., '73-5, A.B. 
* Ed., Clinton, la., ''7 5-81; fire ins. agt., Fargo, Dak., '85; ed.. Progress and Chronicle, 
LaMoure, N.D., '85-94; Casselton Reporter, '94- * m. Alida L. Hill, Fort Wayne, Ind., 
18 May ,'83. 



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1875 
Frank Samuel Child. Fairfield, Ct. 

Clergyman and author. * Treas., prcs.: del. to '7? conv.; sec, 'ys conv.; cd., '75 annual. 

* b. Exeter, N.Y., 20 Mar.'54 ; son of Henry H. and Betsy (Brand); prep., Whitestown 
sem. * Quintet club; ed., jr. scn^ bock, and Hamiltonian ; Clark prize appt. ; lit. orat. ; 
"!> B K. ; A.B. ' Tea., N.Y. city, '75-6; stu., Un. theol. sem., '75-S; newspaper and mag. 
contrib., N.Y. and Leonardsville, 've-S.-i ; ord. (Cong.) Sound Beach, 27 Feb. '79; pas., 
Greenwich, Ct., '78-8 r: New Preston, '84-8; Fairfield, '88- * Trustee, Fairfield memor. 
lib. * Auth., "Hist, of ist Cong, ch., Greenwich. Ct.," '86; "Be strong to hope," '86; 
"Boyhood of H.VV.Beecher," '86; "Gospel of good cheer," '90; "Hist, sketch of Prime an- 
cient soc. of Fairfield," '90; "Childrens' catechism," '90; "Sixth sanctury," '93; "Friend 
ship of Jesus," '94; "An old New Eng. town," '95; "Colonial parson of New Eng.," '96; 

'Colonial witch," '97: "A puritan wooing," '98; "House with 60 closets," '99; "An un- 
known patriot," '99; "Friend and foe," '00; "Little dreamer's adventure," '00. * Con- 
crib. ,Goldc"A Rule; N.Y. 7:7'n«_e.; CliantaiKiuan ; Independent ; Congregationalist : Outlook. 

* D.D., '97. * m. Lizzie T. Lily, Greenwich, 21 Oct.'So. * Sons, Frank S., '03; Arthur 
H., '05. 

Junius Judson Cowles. Amenia, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Trcas.. rec.sec. v.pres. * b. Florence, N.Y., 15 Oct. '51; son of Junius 
A. and Eliz, ((Gardner); prep., Whitestown sem. * Class-day orat.; 2d fresh, dec; A.B. 

* Stu., Un. theol. sem., '76-9; ord. (Presb.) Huntingdon Valley, Pa., 27 Oct. '79; pas. 
there, '79-84; Fair Haven, N.Y., '84-6; Adams, '86-91; McGraw, '91-01; Amenia, '01-. * 
m. Mary E. Wellman, Taberg, N.Y., 26 Aug.'78; (2) Martha L. Rumsey, McGraw, 5 Nov. 
'00. 

*Josiah Augustus Hyland. New York City. 

Lawyer. * Prcs.: trustee; mem., exec, council, '83-4. * b. State Bridge, X.Y., 26 
May '48; son of VVni. and Marg. (McCann); prep., Whitestown sem. * Clark prize 
appt.; debate appt.- ethical orat.; * B K. ; A B. * Stu., Hamilton law sch., '75-6, LL.B.; 
adm. to bar, '76; law., N.Y. city, '77-95. * Sec, N.Y. assn. of Hamilton alum., '83-6. * 
A. State Bridge, 24 Nov. '97. 

Frank Eugene Lewis. Castine, Me. 

.Merchant. * b. Exeter, N.Y., 12 Jul. '50: son of Nath L. and Cor. G. (Ball); prep., 
Whitestown sem. * At Hamilton, '71-2. * Hardware dealer, Brooklyn and N.Y. city, 
'72-9; farmer, Castine, Me., '81-5; |)ostmaster, Castine, '85-90; hardware dealer, Brooklyn, 
N.Y., '91-4, farmer and builder, Castine, Me., '94-6; merchant, '96-. * m. Anna M. Per- 
kins, Castine, 16 Jun.'79. 

*Eneas McLean. Elmhurst, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Trcas.. rec.sec. '■./'rri., prcs * b. N'ernon Centre. N.Y., 19 l<'eb.'49; 
son of Angus and Mary (McGregor); prep., Whitestown sem. * Sci. orat.; ^t" B K. ; A.B.; 
A.M. * Tutor, Robert col., Constantinople. Tur., '75-6; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '76-8; ord. 
(Presb.) Rochester, N.Y., 9 Jun.'78; miss.. Conception, Chili, '78-82; pas., Oregon, Wis., 
'82-3; Conejos, Col., '83-7; Medford, Or., '87-90; Bandon, '90-3; Elmhurst, Pa., '93-6. * 
Auth., "Jos principos del cristianismo," connnentary on Matthew. * Contrib., El Repub- 
licano. Chili; Chicago Interior. * m. Ella Norris, Rochester, N.Y., 19 Jun.'78. * Bros., 
John, '62; Robert, Rochester, '76. * d. Scranton, Pa., 11 Jun.'97. 

William Jansen Woods. The Lakota Hotel, Chicago, 111. 

Insurance agent. * Rec.sec, cor. sec, 7\prcs. : del. to '73 con'c. * b. L'nion city, Pa., 
16 Apr. "54; son of Thos. and Sarah M. (Jansen); prep., Whitestown sem. * Ed., Lit. mo.; 
2d soph, essay; A.B. * Bookkeeper, Titus\ ille. Pa., '75-7; mem. of firms of Pebble Rock 
oil CO., Compromise oil co., and John Fertig oil co., oil producers in Bradford oil field, 
'77-83; Woods & Kraffert, oil brokers, Titusville and Oil city, 'S3-8; oil producing bus. in 
Tiona oil field, '85-7; stockholder, Nat. oil co., '87-8; real est. and loans, San Diego and 
Los Angeles, Cal., '87-0; grain and milling, Toledo, O., '89-90; mem. firm of W. .X.Alex- 
ander & Co., gen. western agts.. Fidelity and Casualty co., of N.Y., Chicago, HI., '93-. 



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1876 
William Hervey AUbright. 63 Hartford St., Boston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Trcas., rec.scc v.pres., pres., del. to '76 conv. * b. Blisworth, Eng., 
-:5 Nov. '49; son of John and Eliz. (Chambers); prep., Whitestown sem. * Pres., foot- 
)jall; col. elder; leader of choir, and quintet; c'.ass-day hist.; 2d fresh dec; debate appt. ; 
A.B.: A.M. * Stu., Aub thcol. seni., '76~9; oxA. (I'resb.) Auburn, N.Y., 9 Jun.'79; pas. 
there, '79-87; Stillwater, Mich., '87-90; Pilgrim ch., Boston, Mass., '90-. * Pres., N.E. 
assn. of Hamilton alum.; lect. McAllister col.; Y.M.C.A. address Hamilton commenc, '96; 
alum preacher, Aub. tlieol. sem., '00: chair., exec com., Bost. Cong, club, '96; direct, of 
X.Eng. Sabbath protective lea. and mem., law and order lea. of Boston, '92-00. * D.D., 
'95. * m. Mary E. Manley, Camden, N'.Y., 16 Sep. '79. 

James Fairbairn Brodie. 136 Federal St., Salem, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Treos., pres.; del. to '76 conv. * h. Hammond, N.Y., 24 Sep. '54; son of 
Win. and Eliz. (Fairbairn); prep., Gouverneur wes. sem. * Ed., Lit. mo.; ist 
soph, essay; 2d Curran medal; 2d phys. ; ist math.; 2d debate; Pruyn orat. ; Clark prize 
appt.; valedic; 4>BK.; A.B. * Tea., S.Williamstown, Mass., '76-8; stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'78-81; ord. (Cong.) Woodstock, Vt., 21 Feb.'82; pas. there, '81-9; S.Cong, ch., Salem, 
Mass., '89- * D.D., '01. * m. Lena Gleason, Gouverneur, N.Y., 2 Feb. '82. * Bro., 
Robert G., '83. 

Robert McLean. San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Missionary. * At Hamilton, '72-3; 2d fresh, essay; A.B., '94; at Rochester, '73-6, A.B. 
* See Rochester. 

Charles Gillett Matteson. East Worcester, N. Y. 

Clergyman. ' Rcc.sec. * b. Litchfield, N.Y., 28 Jun.'49; son of Horace C. and Betsy 
(Kay); prep., Whitestown and Cazenovia sems. * A.B.; A.M. * Ord. (Presb.) W.Troy, 
N.Y., I Nov. '8;; preached Slarkville, '75-7; Pamelia, '77-8; stu. Aub. theol. sem., '78-81; 
pas., W.Troy, '81-7; Oneonta, '87-8; Koslyn, L.I., '89; (jlenwood, '89-. * Moderator, 
Presb. of Nassau, '89-92. * Auth., "Doctrines in formation and devel. of Christian char- 
acter," '87. * m. Ella Walker, N. Gage, N.V., 7 Oct.'7S. 

Byron Wells. 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Insurance agent. * Rcc.sec; del. to '75 conv, * b. Apulia, N.Y., 30 May '52; son of 
Cor. and Clarissa (Standard); prep., Syracuse clas. sch. * Hawley medal; 2d chem. ; 
sci. orat.; <t> B K. ; A.B.; A.JNL * Prin., Peterboro (NY..) acad., '76-8; Aub. acad., '78-81; 
sp. ins. agt., Buffalo, '81-90; gen. agt., N.W. mut life ins. co. of Milwaukee, Dallas, Tex., 
'90-7; Boston, Mass., (res., Allston) '97-. 

1877 
Jesse Lockhart Baird. goi Hicks St., Toledo, 0. 

Physician. ' Adm. by Miami; rec.sec. v.pres. * b. Russellville, O., i Mar.'s4; son of 
Jas. and IMartha (Bower); prep., Georgetown. * B.S., Miami '73; priv. stu., '73-4; at 
Hamilton, '75-7. A.B.; A.M. * Med. stu., Russellville, O., and Med. col. of Ohio, '77-80, 
M.D.; phys., Fincastle. O., '80-98; ']"oledo, '98-. * m. Rachie E. Eyler, S.Fincastle, 24 
May '81. 

George Griffith. 40 Jewett PI., Utica, N. Y. 

School superintendent. * Treas., pres.: del. to '76 and '77 convs. * b. Trenton, N.Y'., 
II Sep. '53; son of Griffith D. and Catherine F. (Dopp); prep., Whitestown sem. * Boat 
crew; ed.. Lit. mo.; ist jr. dec; debate appt.; hist, orat.; "tB K. ; A.B. * Tea., New Ber 
lin, N.Y., '77-8; sch. comr. for 4th dist., Oneida co., '78-81; tea.. New Berlin, '81-3; sch. 
supt., Lockport, '83-6; tea.. State norm sch.. New Paltz, '86-92; non-res. grad. stu!, 111. 
Wesleyan univ., '89-93, Ph.D.; supt. of schs., Utica, '92-. * Pres., N.Y. state teachers' 
assn., '87; N.Y.S. council sch. supts., 'oo-i ; exec, com., central N.Y. assn. of Hamilton 
alum., '93. * Cor\tT'\h., Sch. Bulletin; 'H.Y. Sch. jour. * m. Mary C. Hill, Western ville, 21 
Jan. '80; (2) Eliz. A. Stacey, Lockport, 13 Jul. '86. 

*William Zebina Luther. Rome, N. Y. 

Teacher. * V.pres. * b. Vernon, N.Y., 10 Jan.'54; son of Stephen and Eliz. (Lloyd) ; 
prep., Rome acad. * ist debate; pol. orat.; '1' B K. : A.B. ' Tea., Whitestown sem. 
W'hitesboro, N.Y., '77-8; v^linton gram, sch., '78-80: Rome acad., '80-1. * m. Harriet A.' 
^Palcott, Rome, 28 Aug.'78. * Bros., Chas. L., '83; Geo. IV., '83. * d. 28 Aug.'Si. 



^46 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

John Thomas Perkins. As tor Place Bank, New York City. 

Banker. * Trcas., rec.scc, cor. sec, pros.; del. to '76 conv. * b. Gilroy, Cal., 25 Jun. 
'54; son of John A. and Sarah A. (I'homas) ; prep., Waverly, N.Y. * Ed., Hamiltonian; 
A.B. * With Importers and Traders nat. hank, N.V.city, '77-8; Hanover nat. bank, '79-81 ; 
Mercantile nat. bank, '81-91; cashier, Astor Place bank, '91-9; v.pres., (res., Greenwich, 
Ct.,) '99- * m. Caroline H. Worcester, Stamford, Ct., 10 Apr.'go. 

Jacob Streibert, Jr. Gambier, 0. 

Theological school professor. * Ureas., rec.scc. pres. * b. Albany, N.Y., 27 Nov. '57; 
son of Jacob and Katherine (Scherer); prep., Alb. h.s. * ist Curran medal; debate appt.; 
Pruyn orat. ; valedic; * 1! K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Lowville, (N.Y.) acad., '77-8; stu.. 
Berk. div. sch., '78-80; Leipsic and lubingen univs., '80-1; ord. (Epis.) Albany, 8 Dec. '81; 
rec, Gloversville, and in charge of Epis. ch., Fonda. '81-2; W. Haven, Ct., '82-5; prof, of 
Greek, Kenyon col., '85-90; and of Hebrew theol. dept., '85- * Contrib. to "Pentateuchal 
essays," (by various authors) '88. * Mem., soc. of Bible lit. and exeg. * Ph.D., '96. * 
m. Emily M. Dayton, Potsdam, N.Y., 7 Jul. '80. 



1878 

Samuel Lester Bennett. Southold, N. Y. 

Farmer. * Del. to '76 and '77 convs. * b. Setauket, N.Y., 9 Jun. '55; son of Alf. A. 
and Mary A. (Vail); prep., Southhold acad * A.B. * Tea., Amagansett, L.I., '79-80; 
N.Y. city, '80-3; Port Jefferson, '83-8; bus. and trav salesman, oils and steam specialties, 
N.Y. city, '88-95; farmer, Southold, L.I., '95- * m. Ella M. judd, N.Y. city, 22 Oct.'82. 

Charles Beardsley Hawkins. 8 Oxford St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Bookkeeper. * b. Macedon, N.Y., 6 May'57. * At Hamilton, '74-6. * Dry-goods 
dealer, Fairport and Rochester, N.Y., '76-82; bookkeeper and corresp., De Land & co., soda 
mfrs., Fairport, '82- * Dem. cand. for assem., '89. 

Eugene William Ly ttle. Regents Ofi&ce, Albany, N. Y. 

Regent's inspector. * Pres. * b. Theresa, N.Y., 15 Apr.'57; son of Wm. A. and 
Caroline (Fredenburg) ; prep., Watertown h.s. * Ed., Lit. mo.; class-day prophet; Haw- 
ley clas. medal; debate appt.; Kirkland orat.; <i>BK.; A.B. * Tea., Westfield, N.J., '78-9; 
asst. pas., (Presb.) Irvington, N.Y., '79-81; tea., N.Y. city, '81-2; Pingry sch., Elizabeth, 
N.J., '82-4; asso. prin., Pingry sch., '84-91; tea., boys' sch., Englewood, '91-3; Watertown, 
N.Y., '93-7; regent's inspector, Albany, '97-. * Ph.D., '95. * m. Susan W. Bryan, 
Irvington, 10 Jun. '83. 

Joseph Alexander McConnell. Watertown, N. Y. 

Judge. * Del. to '77 conv. * b. Watertown, N.Y., 14 Jan. '56; son of Jas. A. and 
Jane (Thompson); prep., Watertown h.s. * A.B. * Law stu., Watertown, '78-80; adni. 
to bar, '80; law., Watertown, '80-. * City recorder, '85-93. * m- Sarah A. Davis, 
Watertown, 26 Tun. '97. 

*James Brier McGiffert. Elizabeth, N. J. 

Electrical engineer. * Rcc.sec * b. Hudson, N.Y., 6 Dec.'56; son of John N. and 
Sarah (Carnahan) ; prep., Hudson. * Ed., Hamiltonian; ist jr. essay, ist phys., 2d math.; 
lit. orat.; •i' B K. ; A.B. * Druggist, Hudson, '80-88; elec. eng., '88-95. * m. Clara E. 
Esselstyn, Claverack, N.Y., 26 Dec.'78. * Bros., Wm. C, '78; Edgar N., '80; John R., 
Williains 'po. * d. '95. 

*William Carnahan McGiffert. Middlebury, Ky. 

Physician. * Trcas. * b. Hudson, N.Y., 6 Sep. '58; son of John N. and Sarah (Car- 
nahan); prep., Hudson. * Hawley medal; A.B. * Stu., N.Y. col. of phys. and surgs., 
'78-81, M.D.; phys., Montclair, N.J., '81-2; Carlstadt, '82-4; Topeka, Kan., '85-9; stu., 
ophthalmology, N.Y. city, '89-91; phys., Middlebury, Ky., '91-3. * Contrib., N.Y. mcd. 
Record. * m. Alberta Dick, Topeka. Kan., 13 May '86. * Bros., Jas. B., '78; Edgar N.. 
'80; John R., Williams 'go. * d. 22 Aug.'ps. 

Henry Axtell Porter. Ovid, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. St. Louis, Mo., 17 Aug.'58; son of John J. and Mary 
(Hall); prep., Watertown (N.Y.) h.s. * 2d phys.; lit. orat.; <!> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Chi- 
cago, 111., '78-9; col. sch., N.Y. city, '79-83; Stu., Un. theol. sem., '79-83; ord. (Presb.) 
Smithtown, 15 Oct.'83; pas. there, '83-9; Ovid, '89- * m. Emily R. Holt, Hartford, Ct., 
i8 Oct. '83. * Father. John J., Union '43; Bros., Jermain G., '73; Chas. F., '84. 



HAMILTON — 1878-79-80. 247 

Clarence Romeyn Smith. Kansas City, Mo. 

Insurance. ^ Kcc.scc. * b. Wolcott, X.Y., 27 Apr.'56; son of Chauncey P. and Mar- 
tlia; prtp., Hartford, Ct. * A.B. * Dry-goods dealer, Wolcott, N.V., '80-2; boot and 
shoe dealer, Olean, '82-4; sec, N.l). loan and trust cc, Jamestown, Dak., '84-6; priv. sec, 
Butte city, Mont., '87; real est. and loan bus., Lakin, Kan., '87-8; Topeka, '88-9; real est. 
dealer in firm of C. R. Smith & co., l-'ortland, 'Jr., '90-3; agt.. Equitable life ins. co., Du- 
luth, Minn., '93-00; stenograplier, Armour packing co., Kansas city. Mo., '00-. * m. Net- 
tie M. Sisk, Marion Kan., 28 Dec.'89. 

Edward Joseph Stone. Mut. Life Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Insurance. * Rcc.scc. * b. E.Troy, Wis.. 28 Feb. '57; son of Jos. R. and Lucy M. 
( Cowies) ; prep., Mexico (N.Y.) acad. " Stu., Bellevue med. col., N.Y. city, '78~8o, M.D.; 
phys., Waverly, N.V., '80-5; Oneida, '85-7; med. inspec, N.W. mut. life ins. co., Milwaukee 
(res., Oneida, N.Y.) '85-. * I'res., Tioga co. med. soc, '83-4; coroner, Tioga co., '83-5. 
' A.B., '01. * m. Mary E. White, Baldwinsville, 5 Oct. '81. * Son, Jos. IV., Wil- 
Hams '06. 



1879 

Charles Gilbert Alton. 104 Hendricks St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Business. * 'J'rras., rec.sJc; del. to '/7 conv. * b. Sandy Creek, N.Y., i8 Sep. '55; son 
of Wni. W. and Eunice M. (Hooker); prep., Mexico acad. * At Hamilton, '75-8. * 
Rep., N.Y. Tribune, '79; on cattle ranch. Neb., '79-81; asst. cashier, freight dept. of U.P. 
R.R., Council Bluffs, la., '81-4; bus. mgr., Omaha (Neb.) Herald. '84-6; cashier, ist nat. 
Ijank, Ainswortli, '86-9^; mgr., Dinsniore remedy co., Omaha, '92-6; G.F.Harvey chem. co., 
I'ittsburg, Fa., '96-9; sec. and trcas., Euthymen chem. co., N.Y. city, '99-. * Grand mas 
ter of exchequer, knights of Pythias, state of Neb. * m. Lillian E. Edson, Omaha, 1 
Apr.'85. 

Herbert Malcolm Hill. 99 Fourteenth St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

College professor. ' Tre>u., rec.sec, cor. sec, v.fres.. ("res.; del. to 'yS conv. * b. 
Burr's Mills, N.Y., 9May-'56; son of Lorenzo I), and Eliz. M. (Brown); prep., Watertown 
h.s. * Ed., Lit. mo.; ist chem.; A.B. * (jrad. stu., Hamilton col., '79-80; tea., Water- 
town h.s., '80-9; prin., '88-9; prof, of chem. and toxicol., med. dept., univ. of Buffalo, '89-; 
chemist, Buffalo sch. of phar., '90-. * Cor.sec, Jeff. co. hist, soc, '87-9; chem. to city of 
Buffalo; supt., med. dept., univ. of Buffalo; pres., W.N.Y. chem. soc; mem., soc. of 
chem. industry (Eng.); Am. soc. of micro.scopists; Am. chem. soc. * Contrib., "Reference 
handbook of med. science. * Ph.D., '90. * m. Amanda E. Isdell, Watertown, i Jun. '80. 

Benjamin Fay Mills. 146 Lake St., Oakland, Cal. 

Clergyman. * 1). Kahway, N.J., 4 Jun.'57; son of Rev. Thornton A. and Anna C. ; prep., 
Anduver acad. * At Hamilton, '75-6; at Lake Forest, '76-9, A.B.; A.M. * Ord. 
(Cong.) Cannon FallS; Minn., '77; pas.. Black Mills. Dak., '79-81; W.Rutland, Vt., '81-6; 
evang., '86-95; pas., 4th Presb. ch., Albany, N.^■., '95-;; Independent ch., Boston, Mass., 
'97-9; Oakland. Cal., '99- ' Auth., "God's world," '93; "Victory through surrender," 
'92; "20th century religion," '08. * ni. Mary R. Hill, Alinneapolis, Minn., 31 Oct.'79. * 
Son, Thornton A,, California '03. 

Charles Lewis Morgan. 401 Sixth St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Physician and chemist. * Pres., rec.sec. v.prcs.: del to '^8 conv. * b. New 
Berlin, N.Y., 15 Feb. '58; son of Solomon L. and Eliza (Williams); prep.. New Berlin. * 
A.B. * Stu., Col. of pharmacy, univ. of Cal., Ph.G., '86; M.D., '96; druggist. New Ber- 
lin, N.Y., '79-81; Port Henry, '81-2; San Francisco, '82. * Chemist to Coroner and 
Police dept., San Francisco, '94-00; adjunct to chair of materia medica, univ. of Cal.; instr. 
of materia medica, '99-00. 

1880 

Ward Manktelow Beckwith. East Oakland, Cal. 

Physician. * Del. to '7P conv. * b. Westmoreland. N.Y.. 30 Apr.'56; son of El- 
eazer and Mary A. (Manktelow); prep., Whitestown S2m. * Hawley clas. medal; debate 
appt.; lit. orat.; >!> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Clinton (N.Y.) gram. sch.. '80-1; tutor, Robert 
col., Constantinople, Ttirkey, '81-4; priv. sec. to Sen. McPherson, Washington. D.C., '84-6; 
stu., N.Y. col. of phys. and surgs., '86-9, M.D. ; Vienna (Austria) hosp., '89-90; phys., 
N.Y. city, '90-1; E.Oakland, Cal., '91-. * Mem., Oakland bd. of health, '95-7. * m. 
Marie L. Roux, Westmoreland, 5 Jun. '89. 



248 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Mattoon Monroe Curtis. 43 Adelbert St., Cleveland, 0. 

College professor. * Del. to '78 and '/y convs. * b. T-tonie, N.Y., 19 Oct.'sS; son of 
VVm. F. and Harriet E. (Royce); prep., Whilestown seni. * Ed., Lit. mo.; 2d fresh, dec; 
ist fresh, essay; Kirkland orat. ; Clark prize appt.; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol sem., '80-3; 
ord., (k.D.) Hastings-on-iludson, 18 fun. '83; pas. there, '83-5; Cleveland, O., '85-9; stu., 
Leipsic, Ger., '89-91 (l^h.i)., '90); prof, of philos., Western Reserve univ., '91-. * Auth., 
Locke's ethics, '90; "I'hilos. and physical sci.," '92; "Philos. in Am.," '96. * Contrib., 
.4ndoi'cr rev.; VV. Reserve Builetin; Ediic. rev. * m. Emily T. Chrystie, Hastings-on-Hud- 
son, 23 Oct. '84. 

William Morton Griffith. 622 Amer. Tract Soc. Bldg., New York City. 

State secretary at Paris exposition. * Dei. to '77, '7? and '79 convs.; treas., bd. of trust., 
'00-4. * b. Racine, Wis., 31 Oct. '59; son of Owen and Jane (Owen); prep., Whitestown 
sem. * Perm, class, sec; cd., Hamiltonian; class-day orat.; Clark prize appt.; A.B. * 
On ed. staff, Ulica (N.Y.; Herald, and Utica Press, '80-3; corresp. at state capital, '83-4; 
merchant, Utica, '84-7; sec. 'jf state Y.M.C.A., Utica, '87-91; clerk, U.S. h. of reps. com. 
on Indian affairs, '92-6; priv. sec. to Hon. J.S.Sherman, '91-6; to Gov. Black, '96-8; sec, 
N.Y. state com. to Paris exposition, '00-. * m. Julia J. Maynard, Utica, 23 Apr.'83. 

Edgar Nelson McGiffert. i West Superior St., Duluth, Minn. 

Pnysician. * b. Hudson, N.Y'., 20 Jan. '61; son of John N. and Sarah (Carnahan) ; 
prep., Lludson h.s. * Hawley clas. medal; eth. orat.; <t> K K. ; A.B. * Tea., Bellefonte, 
Pa., '81-2; stu., N.Y'. col. of phys. and surgs., '86, M.D.; phys., Bellevue hosp., '86-7; Syr- 
acuse, '87-8; Duluth, Minn., '88-. * Bros., Jas. B., '78; IVm. C, '78; John R., Williams, 
'90. 

*George Wales Severance. Mexico, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Treas.. rec.sec , cor. sec, pres.; del. to '7g conv. * b. Mexico, N.Y., i Sep. 
'58; son of Jos. A. and Caroline E. (Wales); prep., Mexico acad. * Perm, class sec; 
A.B. * Stu., Hamilton law sch.. '80-1, LL.B.; adm. to bar, Utica, '81; law., and tea. of 
hist., in h.s., Lincoln, Neb., '81-3; in ill health, Jacksonville, Fla., '83; Mexico, '83-4. ' 
Contrib., Forest and Stream. * d. 12 Mar.'84. 

Orson Lincoln White. Skaneateles, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Del. to '7g conv. * b. Western, N.Y., 23Dec.'58; son of Otis P. and 
Mary E. (Hayden) ; prep., Whitestown sem. * Polit. orat.: * B K; A.B. * Stu., Aub. 
theol. sem., '80-3; ord. (Presb.) Wilson, N.Y., 13 Nov. '83; pas. there, '83-7; Skaneateles, 
'87-. * m. Emma Hill, Rome, N.Y., 22 May '83. 

George Weeden Willis. Lawrence,. Kan. 

Lawyer. * b. Newport, N.Y'., 6 Feb. '53: son of Geo. W. and Almira C. (Weeden); 
prep., Whitestown sem. * At Hamilton, '76-7. * Stu., Hamilton col. law sch., '80-1; 
adm. to N.Y. bar, '81; Kan. bar, '86; law., Utica, N.Y., '84; cashier, Norwich Bank, King- 
man, Kan., '85-6; law., '86-91; Del Norte, CoL, '91-3; Kingman, Kan., '93-. * Prob. 
judge of Kingman co., '86-8. * m. Ida E. Hathaway, Deansville, N.Y., 11 Dec. '78. 



1881 
Edson Carr Dayton. Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec, v. pres. * b. Geneva, N.Y"., 8 May '60; son of David D. and 
Caroline W. (Draper); prep., Geneva pub. sch. * At Hobart, '77-8; ist essay; at Ham- 
ilton, '78-81; ed.. Lit. mo.; ist soph, essay; debate appt.; 4> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., 
Clinton (N.Y.) gram, sch., '81-2; stu., Un. thel. sem., '83-4; Lane theol. sem., '84-6, '87-8; 
ord. (Presb.) Bismarck, X.D., '86; pas., Dickinson, '86-7; Mandan, 'S8-9; stock bus., and 
contrib. to religious newspapers, Dickinson, '89-93; pas., Grace ch., Minneapolis, Minn., 
'93-7; evang., '97-00; Canandaigua, N.Y., '00-. * Contrib., N. Christian Advocate; 
Rochester Dem. and Chron.; N.Y". Evangelist ; North and West. * Comr. to gen. assem., 
'89. * m. Amy D. How, Cincinnati, O., 12 Sep. '88. 

Leslie Richard Groves. Vaucouver Barracks, Wash. 

Army chaplain. * Rec.sec, pres.; trustee, '83-93; d'^l- to '80 conv. * b. Kirkland, 
N.Y., 22jun.'56; son of Allen and Adaline (Beebe) ; prep., Whitestown sem. * 2d jr. 
essay; A.B. * Prin., Ft. Covington (N'.Y.) un. sch., '81-2; law. stu., Utica, '82-4; adm. 
to bar, '84; law., Utica, '84-6; stu.. Aub., theol. sem., '86-9; ord. (Presb.) McGraw, 18 
Jun.'Sg; pas. there. '89-91; 6th Presb. ch., Albany, '91-7: chaplain, 8th U.S. inf., Spanish 
war, '97-8; stationed at Vancouver Barracks, Wash., '98-9; with 14th U.S. inf., Manila, 
P. I., '99-; in China, Aug.-Nov.'oo. * m. Gwen Griffith, Utica, 29 Apr.'go. 



HAMILTON — 1881-82-83. 249 

Oliver Archible Hess. 213 W. Colvin St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Chemist. * Trcas., v.pres., pres. * b. State Bridge, N.Y., s Sep.'54; son of Archible 
and Cordelia (Cook): prep., VVhitestown sem. * ist chem. ; A.B. * Glass mfr. and 
postmaster, Dunbarton, N.Y., '81-9; direct.. United glass co., (treas., '89; sec, '93) Syra- 
cuse, '89-96; real est., '97-00; chemist for the Solvay process, '00-. * m. Jennie E. Cole, 
Clayville, N.Y., 9 Feb.'86. 

Francis Wayland Joslin. 22 Jacob St., Troy, N. Y. 

Editor. * 'J reus., pres. ' b. Frankfort, N.Y., i Dec. '55; son of Lewis F. ; prep., 
Utica acad. * Ed., Hamiltonian ; ist jr. essay; Clark prize appt. ; A.B. * Asst. ed., 
Clifton Springs Press, and with Clifton Spa. mfg. co.. '81-3; legis. corresp., Albany, and 
rep., Saratoga Spa., '83-5; news ed., Utica Observer, '85-9; asso. ed., Utica Herald, '89; 
Troy Times, '89-90; man. ed., '90-7; Troy Record, '97-. * m. Alice C. White, Sunny 
Ridge, 7 Sep. '98. 

Wilson Moyer. State Hospital, Utica, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Canajoharie, N.Y., 3 Sep. '57; son of Peter and Mary; prep.. Whites- 
town sem. * ist fresh, dec, ist, soph., essay, debate appt.; A.B. * Tea., Rocky Hill 
(N.J.) h.s., '80-1; stu.. Ham. law sch., '81-2; prin.. Elk Point (S.D.) h.s., '82-3; com- 
mercial trav., '83-7; artist, Chicago, 111., '87-94; res., Johnstown, N.Y., '94-6; Sonyea, 
'96-9; Utica state hosp., '99-. 

William Shedd Nelson. ' Tripoli, Syria. 

Missionary. * At Hamilton, '77-9; at Amherst, '79-81, A.B. * See Amherst. 

Robert James Thomson. 553 W. Market St., Lima, 0. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Syracuse; v.pres.; del. to '80 conv. * h. Syracuse, N.Y., 14 
Aug.'53; son of Robt and Barbara (Hunter); prep., Syracuse h.s. * Class-day hist.. 
Ethical orat. ; 4> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '81-4; ord. (Presb.) Winona, Minn., 
4 Dec.'84; pas. there, '84-00; Lima, O., '90-. * Stated clerk, Winona Presb., '85; perm, 
clerk, Minn, synod, '86-90; comr. to gen. assem., '89-97. * D.D., Wooster '97. * m. 
Alice T. Walton, N.Y. city, 2oJul.'85. 

1882 

David Robert Rodger. Woodbury, Ct. 

Physician. * Rec.sec., cor. sec., v.pres., pres. * b. Hammond, N.Y., 28 May '55; son 
of Robt. and Ann (Waddell); prep., Gouverneur acad. * Class pres.; ed., Lit. mo.; ist 
soph, dec; A.B. A.M. * Prin., N.Y. juvenile asylum, '82-5; stu., N.Y. col. of phys. and 
surgs., '85-8, M.D.; phys., N.Y. city, '88-92; Woodbury, Ct., '92-. * m. Clara M. Aldrich, 
Jamestown, N.Y., 12 Oct. '87. 

Lowell Clinton Smith. 25 Union St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec. v.pres., pres.; del. to 'Si conv. * h. Albion, N.Y., 13 Jan. '58; 
son of Russell and Lydia (VVarren); prep.. Brockport state norm. sch. * Leader, glee 
club; A.B. * Asst. prin., Albion (N.Y.) h.s., '82-3; tea., Canandaigua acad., '83-4; stu., 
Aub. theol. sem., '84-7; ord. (Presb.) Albion, ii May '87; pas., ist Cong, ch., Aloravia, 
'87-90; Oshkosh, Wis., '90-7; synod, miss, for Wis., and supt., Presb. home miss, for 
Wi.s., '97- * m. Nina A. Braman. E. Bloomfield, N.Y., 29 Apr.'86. * Bro., Geo. R., 
•70. 

James Decker Woley. First Nat. Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec, v.pres., pres.; del. to '81 conv. * b. Maquoketa, la., 10 Feb. '59; 
son of Edw. and Eugenia V. (Decker); prep., Watertown h.s. * Ed., Hamiltonian: 
class-day i)rophet; debate appt.; A.B. * Stu., Un. col. of law, Chicago, '84, LL.B.; adm. 
to bar, '84; law., Chicago (res., 191 2 Deming pi.) '84- * Sec, W. assn. of Hamilton 
alum., '89- * m. Mina L. Roesch, Chicago, 18 Jul.'88. * Bro., Harry P, '87. 

1883 

Samuel Dwight Arms. Palmyra, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Adm. by Colgate- cor. sec, pres.; del. to '82 conv.; chap. Quar. ed. * b. 
Rockdale, N.Y., 5 Feb. '56: son of Saml. and Almira (Arnold); prep., Cazenovia sem. * 
At Colgate, '79-81: at Hamilton, '81-3; lit. orat.; <i>BK.; .A.B. * Tea., Brooklyn (N.Y.) 
prep, sch., '83-4; prin.. Salida (Col.) acad., '84-5; prof, of Lat. and Gr., Longmont col., 
'85-8: prin., Gilbertsville (N.Y.) acad., '88-91; Deposit un. sch., '91-4; Palmyra clas. un. 
sch., '94-8; Regents inspector in Greek, univ. state of N.Y., '98-. * Sec. and treas., 
Asso. acad. principals of N.Y., '92-. * m. Adda B. Hunter, Longmont, Col., 21 Jun.'87. 



250 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Robert George Brodie. Kansas City, Kan. 

Broker. * V.trcs. * b. llamniond, N.Y., lojul.'s/; son of Wm. and Eliz. (Fair 
bairn); prep., Gouverneur sem. * ist chem. ; salut.; •!> B K.; A.B. * Brokerage bus., 
Emporia, Kan.; Kansas city. * Bro., Jas. F., '/6. 

Edward Newton Jones. iigth St. and 2d Av., New York City. 

Teacher. * Adm. by Colgate; trcas., rec.sec, v.prcs. * b. Western, N.Y., 2 Jan. '54; 
son of Edw. T. and Rebecca P. (Evans); prep., Whitestown sem. * At Colgate, '79-80; 
at Hamilton, '80-3; ed., hit. mo.: class-day orat. ; debate appt.; philos. orat. ; "l" B K. ; A.B. 
* Prin., Saratoga (N.Y.) h.s., '83-5; sch. supt., '85-92; prin., Plattsburg state norm, sch., 
'92-8; prof, of hist, and prin. of educ, training sch. for teachers, N.Y. city (res., White 
Plains) '98-. * Sec. and treas., N.Y. state council of sch. supt.; direct., N.Y. state teach- 
ers' assn. * Ph.D., '93. * m. Lizzie L. Tompkins, Hamilton, N.Y., 10 Aug. '82. 

Charles Lawson Luther. Union, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Treus., pros. * b. Vernon, N.Y., i7jun.'6i; son of Stephen and 
Eliz. Lloyd; prep., Whitestown sem. * A.B. * P([in., Mc(iraw, (N.Y.) acad., '83-4; 
E. Springfield, '84-5; prin. and sch. supt., Wilson, '85-91; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '9^1-3; 
ord., Syracuse, 25 Sep. '93; pas., Elmwood ch., Syracuse, '93-5; Hammondsport, 'gs'-oo; 
res., Binghamton, '00-. * m. Adelaide H. Pavnc, Clinton, N.Y., 20 Jan. '84. * Bros. 
Wm. Z., '77: Geo. W., '83. 

George Wesley Luther. DeTour, Mich. 

Clergyman. * Treas., rec.iec, v.pres. * b. Vernon, N.Y., loApr.'s;; son of Ste 
phen and Eliz. (Lloyd); prep., Adams col. inst. and Whitestown sem. * A.B. * Stu., 
Aub. theol. sem., '83-6; ord. (Presb.) Whitelaw, N.Y., 29 May '86; pas., Manlius, '86-7; 
Oconto, Wis., '87-90; Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., '90-6; Detour, '96;oo; evang. Neillsville, 
Wis., '00- * m. Ella A. Payne, Clinton, N.Y., i Jun.'86. * Bros., IVm. Z., '77; Chas. 
L., -83. 

George Hunter Rodger. Hammond, N. Y. 

Physician. * Rec.sec, pres. * b. Hammond, N.Y., 4Apr.'6o; son of Wm. and Isa- 
bel (Shiell); prep., Gouverneur Wes. sem. * Cap., baseball; ed., Hamiltonian ; A.B.; 
A.M. * Stu., N.Y. univ. med. col., '84-8, M.D.; exam, phys., Bellevue hosp., '88-9; 
phys. and surg., Seattle, Wash., '89-92; Hermon, N.Y., '92-9; Hammond, '99-. * Mem., 
bd. of charities and correction, N.Y. city, '88. 



1884 

Joseph Alexander Adair. Marlette, Mich. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec., pres.; asst. ed.. 'S-f Quinqucmnal: mem.. Quinquennial finance 
com. * b. Mongaup, N.Y., i Apr.'63; son of Alex, and Emeline C (McCauley); prep.. 
Hungerford col. inst., Adarris. * Perm, class sec; ed.. Lit. mo.; ist fresh, and 2d soph, 
essays; Hawley clas. medal; lit. orat.; <I> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Lane theol. sem.. 
'84-6; ord. (Presb.) Portland, End., 16 Mny '88; pas.. Union city, Ind., '87; Portland. 
'87-90; prof, of ethics and Eng. lit., Hanover col., '90-4; pas., Saginaw, Mich., '94-7; asso. 
ed., Mich. Presbyterian, '95-; pas., Marlette, '97- * Comr. to gen. asseni., '99. * Mem., 
Am. acad. of sci. * m. Mary E. Mann, Concord, Mich., 19 Oct.'gS. * Father, Ale.r., 
Union '55. 

Edward Murray Bassett. 135 Broadway, New York City. 

Lawyer. * At Hamilton, '80-2; records in jumps and hurdles; class pres.; 2d soph, es- 
say; at Amherst, '82-4, A.B. * See Am.herst. 

Chester Donaldson. Managua, Nicaraugua. 

Consul. * V.pres., pres. * b. Ovid, N.Y., 28 Mar.'62; son of John C. and Mary M. 
(Smith); prep., Gilbertsville acad. * Record in 3-mile run; A.B. * Tea.. Riverside 
milit. acad., Poughkeepsie. N.Y., '84-5; Berkeley sch., N.Y. city, '85-7; prin., W.End sch., 
'87-95; mem., Nicaraugua canal com., '95-7; L^.S. consul, Nicaraugua, '97-. * Sec, N.Y. 
city assn. of Hamilton alum. * m. Edith M. Madura, N.Y. city, 23 Dec. '86. * Father, 
John C, '52- 

-Benjamin Sheldon Phillips. Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Waddington, N.Y., 5 Mar.'so; son of Allan B. and Sarah C. (Reding- 
ton) ; prep., Adams col. inst. * At Hamilton, '80-2. * d. Montreal., Que., 24 Mar.'82. 



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Charles Frederick Porter. Lodi, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Treas., rec.sec. * b. St. Louis. Mo., 4 Oct. '61; son of John J. and 
Mary (Hall); prep., VVatertown h.s. * At Hamilton, '80-3. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., 
'84-7; ord. (Presb.) Alden, N.Y., 28 Jun.'87; pas. there, '87-8; R.D. ch., Lodi, '88-. * 
A.B., '87. * m. Clara T. Burtis, Oak Corners, '87. * Father, John J., Union '43; bros., 
Jermain G., Hamilton '73; Henry A., '7S. 

*Louis Atherton Scovel. Clinton, N. Y. 

Physician. * Treas., cor. sec, v.pres.; del. to '83 conv. * b. Lakeville, N.Y., 22 Apr. 
'63; son of Dwight and Ellen L. (W'adsworth) ; prep., Syracuse. * A.B. * Stu., Woos- 
ter univ., '84-5, M.D. : house phys. and ,surg., St. Alexis hosp., Cleveland, O., '85; stu., 
col. of phys. and surgs., '85-6; phys., Cazenovia, '86-7; Boonville, '87-8; in ill health. 
Rock Ledge, Fla., '88-9; Clinton, N.Y., '89-90. * ni. Anna M. Whittlesey, Lyons Falls, 
N.Y., 29 Sep.'86. * Father, Divight, '54; bras., Carl IV., '88; Arthur D., '96; Chester P., 
'03. * d. 19 Apr. '90. 

George William Warren. Prattsburg, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Trees., v.pres., pres.; chap. Quar. ed. * b. Albion, N.Y., 30 Mar. '60; 
son of Geo. D. and Ann E. (Cole); prep., Albion h.s. * Ed., Hamiltonian; A.B. * 
Tea., Cazenovia (N.Y.) sem., '84-7; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '87-90; ord. (Presb.) Pratts- 
burg, Sep.'go; pas. there, '90-. * m. Claire S. Beach., Albion, i Dec. '86. • 



1885 

Plato Tydvil Jones. Matteawan, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.pres., pres.; del. to '84 conv. * b. Merthyr Tydvil, Wales, 8 Jan. '60; 
son of Rhys G. and Annie G. ; prep., privately. * A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '85-8; 
ord. (Presb.) Red Wing, Minn., 2 Oct. '88; pas. there, '88-91; sp. stu., in Hebrew, Aub. 
theol. sem., '91-2; pas., Mattawan, N.Y., '92-. * m. Louise C. Knapp, Auburn, N.Y., 
31 Dec. '91. 

Thomas Common Miller, Woodbridge, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Treas., cor. sec, pres.; del. to '84 conv. * h. Hammond, N.Y., 21 Jun. 
'61; son of Saml. and Eliz. (Common); prep., Gouverneur Wes. sem. * Ed., Hamiltonian: 
class-day orat. ; ist metaphys. ; A.B. * Master, Courtlandt Place sch., Cornwall-on-Hud- 
son, '85-6; stu., Un. theol. sem., '86-9; ord. (Pres. F.vang.) N.Y. city, 13 May '89; pas.. 
Valley Creek, Tex., '88; Buffalo, N.Y., '89; Woonsocket, S.D., '89-91; Binghamton, N.Y., 
'02-4; Woodbridge, N.J., '94- * Moderator, N.J. C'ong eonf., 'oo-i * m. Alice E. 
Ketcham, N.Y. city, 16 Jun.'pz. 

William Thomas Ormiston. Open mail via London, Constantinople ,Turkey. 

College professor. * Treas., rec.sec, v.pres., pres.: chap. Qiiar. ed. * b. Oxbow, 
N.Y., 7 Jun. '56: son of Geo. and Helen (Hill); prep., Gouverneur Wes. sem., and Ilun- 
gerford col. inst., ."Kdams. * Asst. in chem. lab. and mineral, mus. ; class pres.; A.B. * 
Tea. of nat. sci., Robert col., Constantinople, '85-91; grad. stu., Johns Hopkins univ., 
'91-2; prof, of chem. and mineral., Robert col., '92-. * Pub., "Practical arithmetic," '89 
(2d ed., '00). * Mem., Deutschen Chem. Gesellschaft. * m. Myra Nowell, Northamp 
ton, Mass., 17 Jul. '85. 

Charles Nichols Severance. Garden City, Kan. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. * b. New Haven, N.Y., 25 Oct. '58; son of Anth. P. and 
Frances A. (Rathbun); prep., Mexico acad., and Holbrook's milit. acad.. Sing Sing. * At 
Hamilton, '81-4. * Prin., Southold (N.Y.) acad., '84-5; stu., Yale div. sch., '85-8, D.D. ; 
ord. (Cong.) New Haven, N.Y., 23 Aug.'88; pas. there, '86-8; Hutchinson, Kan., '88-92; 
Wichita, '92-7; Garden city, '97-; pres.. Garden city sem., '97- * A.B., '98. * m. Ger- 
trude A. Calkins, Daysville, N.Y., 7 Au.g.'84. * Bro., Frank B., '87. 

Edmund Jay Wager. 93 Arcade, Utica, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Treas., rec.sec, v.pres.; trustee, 'Sj?-5; del. to '84 conv. * b. Philadelphia, 
N.Y., 10 Oct. '59; son of David J. and Sophronia (Bodman) ; prep., Watertown h.s. * 1st 
.ir. dec, 2d jr. essay, debate appt.. Head orat.; polit. orat.; 4) B K. ; A.B. * Law stu., 
N.Y. city, '85-7; adm. to bar, '87; law., Phila., N.Y., '87-92; Utica (res., 23 Summit pi.) 
'92-. * Sec. and treas., N. N.Y. assn. of Hamilton alum., '90-2. * m. Jennie A. Collis, 
Utica, 1 1 Nov.'gi. 



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1886 
Ebenezer Root Fitch. Watervliet, Mich. 

Clerk. * Rcc.scc, pres.; del. to '85 conv. * b. Westmoreland, N.Y., 22 Nov. '59; son 
of Eben. R. and Jane (Lewis); prep., Clinton gram. sch. * Class-day pres.; A.B. * 
Farmer, Westmoreland, '86-9; clerk, Battle Creek. Mich., '89-91; farmer, Decatur, "91-3; 
Dowagiac, '93-00; Watervliet, '00-. * in. Hattie Morehouse, Decatur, Mich., i Oct. '91. 

Frederick Winter Griffith. Palmyra, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * Treas., rec.scc, cor.sec, v.-prcs.; trustee, 'gS; del. to '85 com'. * b. 
Phelps, N.Y., 17 Dec. '58; son of John W. and Charlotte (JNlalette) ; prep., Phelps un. 
sch. * Ed.-in-chief, Lit. mo.; ist fresh, essay, Hawley medal; high honor orat. ; 4>BK.; 
A.B. * Master, Kirkland hall, Clinton, N.Y., '86-7; mem., Garlock packing co.. Palmyra, 
'87-. * Mem., N.Y. assem., 'oo-i. * ni. Minnie E. Adams, Phelps, i Oct.'89. 

Philip Norse Moore. Mooers, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec., v.pres., pres. * h. Peru, N.Y., 27 May '58; son of Jos. and 
Caroline M. (Baker): prep., Keesville. * A.B. ' Tea., Peru, '86-8; Burr and Burton 
sem., Manchester, Vt., '88-90: stu., Aub. theol. sem., '90-3; ord. (Presb.) Amboy, N.Y., 
*i6May'93: pas. there, '92-5; (Cong.) Willsboro, '95-00; (Presb.) Mooers, '00- * m. 
Mary J. Cate, Peru, N.Y., 30 Jul. '91. 

James Bowne Parsons. Englewood, N. J. 

Teacher. * Treas.. pres.; chap. Quar. cd. * b. Marcellus, N.Y., 2^ Sep. '58; son of 
Israel and Cor. (Bowne); prep., \\ illiston sem. * A.B. * Tea., Clinton gram, sch., 
'86-90; Pingry sch., Elizabeth, N.J., '90-3; prin., Englewood sch. for boys, '93. * m. 
Janet E. Bedford, Clinton, N.Y., 5 Sep.'93. 

Charles Sumner Van Auken. 328 Pearl St., La Crosse, Wis. 

Insurance. * Treas., v.pres.; del. to '84 coiiv. * b. Phelps, N.Y., 21 Jun.'6i ; son of 
Theron and Sophia A. (Ottley); prep., Geneva h.s. * Baseball; pres., N.Y.S. intercol. ath. 
assn.; glee club; ed., Hamiltonian; A.B. * In employ of C.B. & N. ry.. La Crosse, Wis., 
'86-7; tea., Shakopee, Minn., '87-8; pres., loan and bldg. assn. lea. of Wis., '98-00; gen. 
agt., N.Y. life ins. co., '89-. * Chairman, La Crosse co. Rep. com., '98-00; 12th census 
supervisor, 7th dist. of Wis., '99. * Mem., 19th century club. * m. Lillian M. Howard, 
La Crosse, Wis., 4 Nov. '86. 

1887 

Henry Danielson Hopkins. Titusville, Pa. 

Teacher. * Treas., v.pres., pres.; del. to '85 com: * b. Phelps, N.Y., 29 May '62; 
son of Cap. H. H. and Frances A. (Danielson); prep., Phelps un. sch. * Class pres.; 2d 
metaphys.; high orat.; <j> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Southampton priv. acad., '87-8; tea., 
priv. sch., N.Y. city, '88-9; prin., Trumansburg un. sch. and acad., '89-91; tutor, Phelps, 
'91-3; prin., Holley un. sch., '93-7; Titusville (Pa.) h.s., '97. * m. Mary G. Underwood, 
Phelps, 20 Aug.'Sg. 

John Gordon Peck. Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Treas., rec.sec. * b. Great Bend, N.Y., i^Aug.'es; son of John F. and 
Emily A. (Gordon); prep., Adams col. inst. * Ed., Hamiltonian: ist metaphys., debate 
appt., Head orat.; high honor orat; *BK.; A.B. * Tea., Lowville (N.Y.) acad., '87-90; 
ins. agt.. Great Bend, 'oo-i ; prin., Poultney (Vt.) h.s., 'gi-2; Phila., N.Y., '93-8; Alexan- 
dria Bay, '98-. * Pres., Jeff. co. teachers' assn., '97-8; council of acad. prins. of Jeff, 
and Lewis cos., 'oo-i. * m. Carrie B. Sweet, Great Bend, 17 Aug.'87; (2) Florence E. 
Sweeney, Phila., N.Y., Jul.'oo. 

Frank Huson Robson. 78 Elm St., Worcester, Mass. 

Proprietor of private school. * Rec.sec; trustee, '8^-7. * b. Halls Corners, N.Y., 
29 Jan. '65; son of Wm. N. and Catherine J. (Smith); prep., Canandaigua acad. * Class- 
day hist.; ed.. Lit. mo.; ist Curran medal, Pruyn orat., Clark prize appt.; salut. ; «^BK. : 
A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Pingry sch., Elizabeth, N.J., '87-90; Blair Presb. acad., Blairstown, 
'90-2; Pingry sch., '92-00; head master, '97-9; prop., and head master, The Bancroft sch., 
Worcester, Mass., '00-. * m. Alice L. Crane, Elizabeth, 23 Jun.'go. 



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Andrew Hadley Scott. Marietta, 0. 

Merchant. * Rcc.scc. v.f-i'cs., prcs.: del. to csfab. of Lehigh; v.pres., Duluth-Supcrior 
club. * b. Kllisburg, N.Y., 3 Feb. '60; son of Geo. \. Abigail (Hadley); prep., Sandy 
Creek h.s. * Campiis-day orat. ; debate appt. ; A.B. * Tea., Fortress Monroe, Va., 
'87-9; real est. agt., Siou.x Falls, S.D., and VV. Superior, Wis., '89-91; ed.. Inland Ocean, 
W. Superior ,91-00; bus. mgr. and v.pres., Introstile co. (inc.). Marietta, O., '00-. * 
Sec, Wis. Rep. ed. assn., '94-6. 

Frank B Severance. Boonville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec, v.pre.s-. ; del. to 'F6 conv. * b. Parish, N.Y., 23 Jul. '60; son 
of Anth. P. and Frances A. ( Kathbun) ; prep., Mexico acad. and Holbrook's sch., Sing 
Sing. * A.B. * Prin., Camden, '87-8; Boonville, '88-g; New Hartford, '89-90; Mexico 
acad., '90-3; pas. (Meth.) Morristown, '94-6; Trenton, '96-9; ord. (elder) Fulton, 17 Apr. 
'98; p.Hs., Boonville, '00-. * m. Charlotte L. Scott, Bridgewater, 14 Aug.'go; (2) Mary 
P. Mallory, Washington Mills, 22 May 94. * Bro., Chas. N., 'S5. 

Harry Percival Wolej'. 4257 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Physician. * 'J'rcas.. prc.^., chap. Quar. ed. * b. Maquoketa, la., 8Jun.'64; son of 
Edwin K. and Eugenia V. (Decker); prep., Watcrtown (N.Y.) h.s. * Class-day poet; 
A.B. " Stu., col. of phys. and surgs., '87-90, M.U.; phys., N.Y city, '90-2; Chicago, 111., 
'92-. * Asst. to chair of orthopedic surg., Chicago med. col., '93-; vis. orthopedic surg., 
St. Luke's hosp., '94-. * m. Yida Hill, Chicago, 6 Jan. '97. * Bro., las. D., '82. 



1888 

John Edward Everett. Onaga, Kan. 

Clergyman. * Treas.. v.pres., pres.; chap. Guar. ed. * b. (Jsawatomie, Kan., 5 Mar. 
'63; son of John R. and Sarah M. (Colegrovc); prep., Utica acad. * Bus. mgr.. Lit. mo.; 
Clark prize appt.; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. sem., "88-90; pas., Sedan, Kan., '90; Harper, 
'90-1; ord. (Cong.) Merrill, Mich., 2oJun.'94; pas. there, '92-5; Kiowa, Kan., '95-00; 
()naga, '00-. * m. Ella I'rost, Merrill, 25 Oct. '92. 



Warren D More. Santa Barbara, Cal 

Clergyman. * Treas., rcc.scc. pres.; del. to '87 conv. * b. Parish, N.Y., 15 Jul. '62 
son of Michael and Gratia (Watkins) ; prep., Mexico acad. * Perm, class sec; 2d jr 
essay, ist debate; <I' B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Prin.. Mexico acad., '88-90; stu., Aub. theol 
sem., '90-1, '92-3; asst. prof, of rhet. and eloc, Hamilton col., '91-2; ord. (Presli). Elmira 
May '93; pas. there, '93-01; Santa Barbara, Cal., '01-. * m. Lucy H. Taylor, Monroe 
Mich., 17 Mar.'97. 



Carl Wadsworth Scovel. 2300 Madison Av., Baltimore, Md. 

Clergyman. * Treas.. pres. * b. Lakeville, N.Y., ioAug.'66; son of Dwight and 
VA\en L. (Wadsworth); prep., Clinton gram. sell. * Ed., Hamiltonian ; valedic; 2d jr. 
essay, Greek schol., ist French, 2d Curran clas. medal, 2d metapbys., 2d Ger. ; <!> B K. ; 
A.B. * Tutor, Robert col., Constantinople Turkey, '88-91; stu., .\ub. theol. sem., '91-4; 
ord. (Fresh.) Utica, N.Y., 10 Apr. '94; asst. pas.. House of Hope, St. Paul, Minn., '94-00; 
pas., Babcock nienior. ch., Baltimore, Md., '00-. * Act. prof, of Hebrew, Macalcster col., 
'99-00. * m. Louise G. Kiehle, Minneapolis, Minn., 17 Mav '00. * Father, Uzvight,' '^4; bros., 
Louis .'{., '84; Arthur D., '96; Chester P., '03. 

William Harder Squires. Clinton, N. Y. 

College professor. * V.pres.; trustee. 'y.5-y ' </<'/. to '86 co)\v. * b. Troopsville, N.Y., 
23Apr.'63; son of Wm. P. and Ferronia (Chatham); prep., Cazenovia sem. * Class-day 
poet; 1st fresh., soph, and jr. essays, Hawley clas. medal, ist metapbys.; debate, and Clark 
prize appts. ; honor orat.; 'tBK. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '88-90; stu. of 
Iihilos., Leipsic, Ger., '90; Berlin, '91. *' Prof, of psychol., Hamilton col., '92-; on leave 
of absence in Eur., '99-01. * V.pres., N.Y. Epsilon of * B K., '94-8. * m. Bertha Call- 
anan, Boston, Mass., 28 Jun.'93. 

Fred Beyerle Waite. Adams, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Ree.sec cor. sec., v.pres. * b Adams, 21 Feb. '68; son of Geo. W. and 
-Anna (Beyerle); prep., Adams col., inst. * At Hamilton, 'S4-9; Hawley clas. medal, 
ist math. * Clerk in naut. almanac office, navy dept., Washington, D.C., '88; med. stu., 
Adams N,.Y., 'S9-90: tea., Ives sem., Antwerp, '90-2; prin., Wyoming acad., '92-5; law 
stu., Adams, '95-7; adm. to bar, Rochcester, '97; law., Adams, '97-. * A.B., Chautau- 
qua, and Hamilton, '94. * m. Isadora \\ ilson, Adams, 28 Jun.'88. 



254 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1889 

Hiram Horsburgh Bice. 417 W. 114th St., New York City. 

Teacher. * b. Utica, N.Y., 17 Jul. '65; son of Hiram and Mary (ilorsburgh) ; prep., 
IJtica acad. * At Hamilton, '85-8; at Johns Hopkins, '88-9, A.B. * News ed., Utica 
Observer, '89-90; ed.. National city (Cal.) Record, '90-1; tea., Los Angeles, '91; prof, of 
Greek, Blackburn col., Carlinville, 111., '91-3; tea., St. Joseph (Mo.) h.s., '93-6; Dr. Sachs's 
sch. for boys, N.Y. city, '96-7; DeWitt Clinton h.s., '97- * V.pres., N.Y. Lat. club. * 
Auth., "Elem. of Lat. for students in pharmacy and med.," '97. * Contrib., Jour, of 
Educ. ; Biblia. * Mem., Atii. philol. assn.; Royal geog. soc. of Eng. * A.M., '94. * 
m. Helen L. Williams, Utica, 24 Jun.'go. 

Edward Wilson Hyatt. Homer, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec. * b. Fenner, N.Y., 5 Mar.'67; son of Chas. S. and Sarah A. 
(Knapp); prep., Cazenovia sem. * At Hamilton, '85-6. * Law slu., Cazenovia, '87-90; 
adm. to bar, Syracuse, '91; law., Homer, '91-. * m. Mabel P. Brown, Homer, 30 Jun.'g6. 

Edgar Coit Morris. Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

College professor. * Treas., rec.sec, cor. sec, v.pres.. pres.; chap. Quar. ed.; trustee, 
'1^7-9 i rff- to '^^ conv.; 3d v.pres., '00 conv. * b. Palermo, N.Y., 5 Nov. '64; son of Edgar 
E. and Augustina C. iCoit); prsp., Pulaski acad. * Class-day poet; 2d fresh, dec, ist 
soph, and 2d jr. essays, Hawley clas. medal, 2d metaphys., 2d debate, Clark prize appt. ; 
high honor orat. ; <I>BK.; A.B. * Asst. lib., Hamilton col., '89-91; instr. in Lat., '90-1: 
prof, of rhet. and Eng. lit.. Lake Forest (111.) univ., '91-3; grad. stu., Harvard univ., '93-4, 
A.]\L; instr. in Eng., Syracuse univ., '94-5; prof, of Eng., '95-; on leave of absence, stu.. 
Harvard univ., 'oo-i. 

Eddy Rippey Whitney. 20 North St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Treas., rec.sec, v.pres., pres.; del. to 'S/ conv. * b. Seneca, N.Y., 3 
Dec. '6s; son of Ami and Rebecca C. (Rippey); prep., Clinton gram. sch. * Class treas.; 
bus. mgr., Lit. mo.; campus-day orat.; A.B.; M.S. * Med. stu., Geneva, N.Y., '89; tea., 
]\Iexico acad., '89-90; Binghamton cent, h.s., '90-2; head, sci. dept., '92-8; v.prin., '98-. 
* ['res., Binghamton acad. of sci., '94-6; chairman, exec, com., '96-. * Mem., N.Y. 
state science tea. assn.; Am. assn. adv. of sci.; British assn. adv. of sci.; Nat. educ. assn.; 
Nat. geog. soc. * m. Alice M. Fox, Binghamton, 26 Jun.'96. 



i8go 

Melvin Gilbert Dodge. Stanford University, Cal. 

Librarian. *' Rec.sec, cor. sec, v.pres., pres.; del. to 'SS conv.: alum, corresp.: treas.. 
bd. of trustees, '95-01; chap. ed.. 'gi Quinquennial ; cd.-in-cliief, 'or Decennial ; librarian, 
'94-. * b. E. Rodman, N.Y., i7Feb.'68; son of Wm. S. and Cynthia (Ballard); prep., 
Adams col. inst. ' Ed., Hamiltcnian; asst. in chem. ; honor orat.; <!> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * 
Tutor, and asst. in chem., Hamilton col., '90-2; stu. of chem., Harv. univ., '92; asst. prof, 
of chem., Ilamilton col., '92-6; librarian, '91-0T ; clerk of faculty, '94-01; direct.. Green- 
acre nature sch., Eliot, Me., '97-8; asso. lib., Stanford univ., '01-. * Sec, N.Y. Epsilon 
of <I> B K., '93-01. * Comp., "Clark prize book," '94; "Alex. Hamilton," '96; "Class of 
'90," '98; "Semi-centen. of Ham. chap, of D.U.," '98; "1898 prize book," '98; "Kirkland 
prize book," '99; "Fifty years ago," '00. * Mem., Am. hist, assn.; Am. lib. assn.; N.Y. 
state lib. assn.; asso. mem., Brooklyn ethical assn. * m. Dora M. Allen, Adams, N.Y., 17 
Jul. '01. 

Robert James Hughes. Utica, N. Y. 

Musician. * Rec.sec, v.pres., pres.; chap. Quar. ed.; del. to 'So conv. * h. Steuben, 
N.Y., 9 Apr.'dg; son of Robt. and Jane: prep., Utica acad. * Mgr. and leader, glee club; 
campus-day orat.; ist jr. dec, 2d soph, essay, ist physics, Clark prize orat.; A.B.; A.M. 
* Tea., Mexico, acad., '90-1; prin., Gloversville h.s., '91-5; tenor and direct., ist M.E. 
choir, '91-4; tenor soloist, Oheb Sholom temple, and Asso. ref. ch., Baltimore, Md., '95-9; 
stu. of philol., Johns Hopkins univ., '95-6; priv. tutor to univ., '96-9; direct., Utica (N.Y.) 
conserv. of music, '00-. * Mem., Am. ornithol. union. * m. Bertha 1. Deane, Utica, 
30 Jun.'o2. 

John Rutherford McGiffert. , 305 Exchange Bldg., Duluth, Minn. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec * At Hamilton, '86-8, class treas.; at Williams, '88-90, A.B. * 
See Williams. 



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James Austin Tooley. Stamford, N. Y. 

Merchant. * Trcas., v.pres., prcs. * b. Clifford, N.Y., 3.Tul.'65; son of Geo. M. and 
Lois (White); prep., JNIexico acad. * Class-day poet; 2d fresh, essay; A.B.; A.M. * 
Tea., Cayuga lake milit. acad., Aurora, '90-3; prin., Stamford sem., '93-6; dealer, bldg. 
materials, Stamford, '96-7; furnit. and undertaking, '97-. * m. Kdith M. Ladd, Mexico, 
15 Aug.'95. 

189I 

George Howard Harkness. 108 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Rcc.scc. cor.scc, v.pres., prcs.; cluip. Quar. cd. ; trustee, 'Sg-gi; del. to '5p 
rout'. * h. Kingsboro, N.Y., 18 Sep. '70 ! son of Geo. and Isabella (Douglass); prep., 
I'otsdani norm. .sell. * Class-day pres. ; ed., Unmiltonian ; 2d fresh., ist soph., and 2d jr. 
essays, Uawley clas. medal; honor orat.; <1> B K. ; A.B. * Prof, of lang., I'resb. col., Del 
Norte, Col., '91-2; tea.. New Brunswick, N..T., '92-3; law stu., Rockford and Paris, 111., 
'93-4; Kent law sch., '94-5; adm. to bar, '95; law., Chicago, '95-. 

Thomas Edward Hayden. Coronada, Cal. 

Law student. " Kcc.scc.. v.pres., prcs.; trustee, \)S-oo\ del. to '<)0 conv. * b. IJleckcr, 
.\'.\.. 30 ,\ug.'66; son of C. C; prep., I'ulaski .-icad. * Raseball; bus. mgr.. Lit. mo.: 
-kI soph, and ist jr. essays, ist chem., ist debate; honor orat.; <!' 15 K. ; A.B. * Prin., 
Clinton un. sch., '91-3; grad. stu., Hamilton col., '92-3. A.M.; prin., Waterville un. sch., 
■93-00; trav. for health. Pacific coast, 'oo-i ; law stu., Stanford univ., '01-. 

Frank Edwin Hoyt. Highland, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * '] reas. * b. Mendon, N.^^, 8Jun.'68; son of Edwin 1). and Adelaide 
niadgcr) ; prep., Genesee Wes. sem. * .\t Hamilton, '87-9. * Pas. (Presb.) Green- 
leaf, Minn., '90-1; Corinne, N.D., '91-2; Galcsburg, '92-3; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '93-6; 
ord., Groveland, N.V., 2oJun.'9s; pas., Sodus Center, N.Y., '95-7; Downsville, '9*7-9; 
Highland, '99-. * m. Florence Simmons, E. Bloomfield, 19 Jan. '92. 

1892 

John McCoUum Curran. 83 Nat. Life Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec.. v.pres.; del. to V conv. * b. Brooklyn, N.Y., 28 Jul. '68; son 
of Hugh M. and Isabella (Davidson); prep., Potsdam norm. sch. * Track tea; football; 
direct., N.Y. S. intercoi. ath. assn.; ed., Hamiltonian; 1st soph, and 2d jr. essays, ist chem., 
ist physics, math, medal, Clark prize appt., ist debate, Head orat.; high honor; 4> B K. ; 
A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Kent law sch.. Cliicago, 111., '92-3 (LL.B., '94); adm. to bar, '93; 
law., (res., F.vanston) '93-. * 2d lieut., ist 111. vol. inf.; assigned to Co. A, ist prov. 
eng. bat., '98; alderman, Evanston, '99-. * m. ]Mae K. Fuller, Glasgow, Scotland, 11 
Sep. '01. 

Harry Hersey Fay. Potsdam, N. Y. 

Publisher. ' Trcas., rec.sec.. v.pres., pres. * b. Potsdam, N.Y., 2 Mar. '68; son of 
Elliot and iilvira C. (Hersey); prep., Potsdam norm. sch. * 2d prize, N.V.S. intercoi. 
tennis doubles, '92; campus-day pres.; 2d soph, essay; high honor, <!' B K. ; A.B. * Pub., 
Potsdam Courier and Freeman, '02-. 

Fenton Carlyle Jones. Ulster, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Trcns., rcc.scc., corrcsp.scc, pres.; del. to '0/ conv. * b. Steuben, 
N.Y., 8 May '67; son of \Vm. J. and Ann (Whcldon); prep., Utica acad. * A.B. ; A.M. 

* Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '92-5; ord. (Presb.) Ulster, Pa., 23 May '95; pas. there, '95-. * 
m. Allie C. Rawson, Albany, N.Y., 14 Aug.' 95. ' 

*Edwin Herbert McMaster. Pawnee City, Neb. 

Student. * Adm. by Norlhivestern. * h. Cincinnati, O.. ioJun.'69; son of Edwin 
.S. and Ellen (Pool); prep., N.W. prep. sch. * At Northwestern, '88-9; at Hamilton, '89. 

* d. Chicago, 111., 2 Feb. '90. 

William Pierce Shepard. Clinton, N. Y. 

College professor. * Rec.sec. pres.; del. to 'go conv.; chap. Quar. ed. * b. Utica, 
N.Y., 9 Jun.'7o; son of Leroy F. and Marian (Barber); prep., Utica acad. * Pres., whist 
ckib; class-day poet; ist French, ist Ger., 2d chem.; high honor; <^ B K. ; A.B. * Grad. 
stu., curator of cabinet of nat. hist., and instr. in botany, Hamilton col., '92-3, A.M.; stu., 
Heidelberg, Ger., '93-5, Ph.D. magna cum lande ; asso. prof, of Rom.ance lang., Hamilton 
col., '95-00; professor, '00-. * Auth., "Contribution to hist, of unaccented vowels in Old 
French," '97. * Contrib., Modern Lang. Notes. * Mem., Am. mod. lang. assn. * m. 
Agnes Stewart, Utica, N.Y., 2oJun.'oi. 



256 Dlil.TA UPSILON DECKNNIAL. 

Walter Nellis Van Doren. Chaumont, N. Y. 

Insurance. * b. Three Mile Bay, N.Y., 30 Apr.'65; son of Abraham and Mary (Nellis); 
prep., Adams col. inst. * At Hamilton, '88. * Farmer, Three Mile Bay, '89-90; tea._. 
Stone Mills, '90-1; clerk. Little Rock, Ark., '91-2; merchant, Chaumont, N.Y., '92-8; ins". 
agt., '98-. * m. Blanche A. Pruyn, Adams, 15 Apr.'g6. 



1893 

Carroll Burton Bacon. Waterloo, N. Y. 

Physician. * Trcas.. rec.sec, cor. sec. pres. ; chap. Qnar. ed.; del. to 'gz conv. * b. 
Leyden, N.Y., 16 Oct. '68; son of W. Wallace and Alma (Birdsey); prep., Boonville h.s. * 
Ed., Hamiltoninn; bus. mgr.. Lit. 'mo.; r-d ir. essay; A.B. * Stu., Jeff. med. col., '93-6, 
M.D. ; phys., Constableville, N.Y., '96-7; Waterloo, '97-. 

Charles William Disbrow. 656 Prospect St., Cleveland, 0. 

Teacher. * Rcc..<^cc. * At Hamilton, '89-91; at Amherst, '92-4, A.B. * See Am- 
herst. 

1894 

Warren Harkness Everett. Marshall Sanitarium, Troy, N. Y. 

Physician. * Rcc.icc, pres.; del. to 'gz conv. * b. Peru, N.Y., 31 Mar. '68; son of 
Harvey and Marg. H. (Green); prep.. Burr and Burton sem., Manchester, Vt. * Cor. 
sec, Y.M.C.A. ; A.B. * Stu., Alb. med. sch., '94-.S and '97-9; fellow in biol., N.Y. univ., 
'95-6; tea. there ,'96-7; med. asst., Marshall sanitarium, Troy, '99-; instr. in embryol., med. 
col., '99-00. * Contrib., "Anat. of ear of dog-fish," Trans. N.Y. acad. of sci., '96. 

Cornelius Joseph Gibson. The Olbiston, Utica, N. Y. 

Lumber dealer. * Rcc.scc, cor. sec. v. pres., pres.; chap. Qtiar. cd. * b. (Clinton, 
.N.Y., 22 May '72; son of Gardner P. and Eliz. (Cauldwell) ; prep., Clinton gram. sch. * 
ist soph, dec, 2d soph, essay; -'\.B. * Lumber dealer, 720 Genesee st., Utica, N.Y., '94-. 
* m. Edith C. Lockerby, Montreal, Que, 18 Apr.'oo. 

William Albert Hersey, Jr. Johnstown, N. Y. 

Bank teller. * Rcc.scc. * b. Hawkesbiiry, Can., 6 Tun. '72; son of Wm. A. and 
Julia (Moore); prep., Lyons un. sch. * At Hamilton, '90-1; class pres. * Teller, Johns- 
town bank, '91-. * m. Katherine \'rooman, Johnstown, 8 Oct. '95. 

Leroy Farrington Ostrander. Samokov, Bulgaria. 

Missionary. * Rcc.scc, trcas., v. pres.. pres.: trti.'stcc. '9.^-4: del. to '95 cotiz'. * b. 
Dubuque, la., •-'oAug.'72; son of Luther A. and Eliza -A. (Thomson); prep., Lyons un. 
sch. * Baseball; pres., ath. assn.; 1/2-mile record, and sec, N.Y.S. intercol. ath. assn. ; 
dram, club; v. pres., Y.M.C.A.; ed., Hamiltonian ; class-day poet; 2d fresh, and jr. essays, 
Hawley clas. medal, 2d Ger., 1st chem., debate appt., head orat., Clark prize appt. ; salut. ; 
■{• B K. ; A.B. * Priv. tutor, Constantinople, Turkey, '94-5; instr., Robert col., Constan- 
tinople, '95-8; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '98-T ; asst. pas., ist Presb. cli., Wichita, Kan., '00; 
ord. (Presb.) Lyons, N.Y., Jun.'oi; miss., Samokov, Bulgaria, 'ot-. * Bus. mgr., Aub. 
sem. review * Father, Luther A., '65; bros., Alex. J., 'p6; Robt. P., 'yp. 



1895 

Burton Marcus Balch. 575 Dean St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Trcas.. rcc.scc. pres.- del. to '9? conv. * b. Utica, N.Y., 15 Jan. '74; son 
of Marcus D. and .Adeline M. fHarvey); prep., Utica acad. * Class-day poet; bus. mgr., 
Lit. mo.; ist fresh, essay, 1st French, 2d debate, Clark prize appt.; high honor; 4' B K. ; 
.-\.B.; A.M. * Tea., Brooklyn poly, inst., '95-7; Boys' h.s., '97-9; ed., Madison (N.J.) 
Eagle. '99-00; tea., Boys' b.s., '00-. * A.M. orator, '98. * Auth., "College rhymes," 
'95. * m. Mary J. Horrocks, Utica, 23 Apr.'oo. 

*Frank Alexander Burrows. Alder Creek, N. Y. 

Student. * Treas. * b. Alder Creek, N.Y., 27 Feb. '71; son of John and Adeline 
(Ferguson); prep., Utica acad. * At Hamilton, '91-3. * Football; class treas.; ed., 
Hamiltonian; 2d fresh, essay. * d. 13 Sep.'93. 



HAMILTON— 1895-96. 257 

Jay Herbert MacConnell. Jamesville, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Kcc.scc, cor.s^c, r.prcs.. prcs.: del to 'pv fouf. * b. Cranford, N.J., 
24 Feb.'/z; son of Jos. K. and Mary 1£ ( vVinter) ; prep., Pingry sch. * Track team; 
col. organist, and leadtr, glee club; A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '95-6; Aub. theol. 
sem., '96-9; ord. (Presb.) 29 Jun.'99; pas., Jamesville, '99-. * m. Mary L. Young, Au- 
burn, 6 Jun.'oo. 

Friend Hull Miller. Elmira, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * V.pres. * b. Bath, N.Y., 24jun.'74; son of Levi D. and Eliz. M. (Mark- 
ham); prep., Haverling acad. * Campus-day pres. ; 2d French, ist chem.; math, medal; 
honor orat. ; "^BK.; A.B. * Prin., Horseheads, '95-8; Addison, '98-01; law., Elmira, 
'01-. * m. Janet L. Healy, Palatine Bridge, 5 Apr. '94. * Father, Levi D., '62. 

Arthur Bower Mitchell. 33 W. Main St., Johnstown, N. Y. 

Manufacturer. * b. Ludlowville, N.Y., 16 Dec. '68; son of Geo. N. and Harriet R. 
Bower; prep., Utica acad. * At Hamilton, '91-2. * Football. * Direct., Y.M.C.A. 
gymnasium, Johnstown, '92-4; mfr. of gloves, '94-. * Pres., colonial club; mem., bd. 
of trade. 

Franklin Edwin Reese. Westfield, N. J. 

Business. * Rcc.scc. * b. Kacine, Wis., 13 Sep. '69; son of Saml. VV'. and Frances 
(Ostrander). * .\t Hamilton, '91-2; at Columbia, '92-7, (law stu., i yr.) A.B. * Ed., 
Plainfield (.\'.J.) rfai7,v Press; sec. and cashier, J. S. Lamson & bro., importers asphaltum, 
-7 Maiden Lane, N.Y. city, '97-. 

•■^George Erwin Stone. Bahrein Gulf, Arabia. 

Missionary. * rec.sec, v. pres., f^cs.: citap. Qtinr. ed. * b. Mexico, N.Y., i Sep. '73; 
son of Geo. W. and Sophia R. (Slack); prep., Mexico acad. * Mgr., Football; Y.M.C.A. 
pres.; cd., Hamiltonian , ist soph, essay, math, scholar., 2d math., debate appt. ; high honor; 
<!' B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '95-8; ord. (evang.) 11 Apr. '98; miss., Bahrein 
^ulf, Arabia, '08-9. * Bro., Harry L., 'pS * d. Birka, 26 Jun.'gg. 



i8g6 

George Alden Bates. 1355 Welton St., Denver, Col. 

Manufacturers' agent. * Rec.sec. * At Hamilton, '92-4; at Rochester, '94-5. * See 
Rochester. 

Frank Pattengill Knowlton. 811 E. Fayette St., Syracuse, N.Y. 

College instructor. * Rrr.sec. T.pres. * b. Holland Patent, N.V., i7jun.'75; son 

of Chas. F. and Mary (Pattengill); prep., Holland Patent acad. * ist chem.; A.B. * 

Med. stu., univ. of Mich., '9*-7, A.M.; instr. in physiol. and embryol., Syracuse univ., 
'07- (iLD., '00). * Mem., Nu Sigma Nu. 

William Throop Moore. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * 'irfos., v. pres., pres.; trustee, '94-6; chap, ed., 'p7 Supplement. * h. Sara- 
toga Spa., N.Y., 6 Dec. '72; son of Chas. H. and Louisa M. (Patterson); prep., Saratoga 
Spa. h.s. * Football; Y.M.C.A. pres.; ed., Hamiltonian; 2d soph, dec; Soper thesis. 
Head orat., Clark priic and debate appts., class-day orat.; A.B. * Law stu.,' Saratoga, 
N.Y., '96-8; adm. to nar, .Albany, '98; law., Saratoga, '98-. 

Alexander Joseph Ostrander. 5809 Rosalie Court, Chicago, 111. 

Musician. * b. Dubuque. la., 5 Oct. '73; son of Luther A. and Eliza A. (Thomson); 
prep., Lyons un. 5ch. * At Hamilton '92-3. * Res., Lyons, '93-5; stu., Chicago mus. 
col., '95-7; mus., Chicago, '97-. * Father, Littlxer A., '6j; bros., Leroy F., 'g4; Robt., P.. 
'pp. 

Arthur Dwight Scovel. 449 W. 129th St., New York City 

Telephone inspector. ' Rec.src. cor.sec. pres.; del. to 'p-/ '"'d '95 conz-s. * h. Mar 
cellus, N.Y., 4 Nov. '72; son of Dwight and Ellen L. (Wadsworth) ; prep., Clinton gram 
sch. * Track team; dramatic club; leader, glee club; campus-day orat.; A.B. * Ins 
agt., Clinton, '96-7; trav. salesman, Hastings, Mich., '97-8; Binghamton, N.Y., "98-9; tel 
inspector and asst. mgr., N.Y. tel. co., 15 Day St., E., '99-. * m. Katherine E. Jarvis 
(i^ooperstown, 23 Apr. '00. * Father, Dwight, '54; bras., Louis A., 'S/: Carl W., '88; Che^ 
ter P., '03. 

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258 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Harry Barnes Ward. Clinton, N. Y. 

College professor. * Rec.sec. v.pres., ^rcs.; chap. Qiiar. ed.; chap. ed.. 'gj Supple- 
ment. * b. Buffalo, N.Y., 4 Nov. '74; son of Henry and Basha (Barnes); prep., Buffalo 
h.s. * Football; class treas. ; 2d soph, essay, ist French, ist Ger., Clark prize appt. ; 
.^.B.; A.M. * Tea., Burr and Burton seni., Manchester, Vt., '97-8; Saratoga (N.Y.) un. 
sch., '98-9; asst. prof, of Lat., Hamilton col., '99-. * A.M. orator, '99. * m. Helen E. 
Benton, Clinton, 25 Dec.'99. * Father, Henry, '62; oro., Edtv. J. '02. 



1897 

Albert Wilhelm Boesche. New Brunswick, N.J. 

Teacher. * Rcc. sec, pres.: chap. Qiiar. cd.; del. to '96 conv. * b. Leer, Ger., 3 
Nov. '74; son of Frederick \\'. and Johanna (Stueven); prep., Royal Gymnasium, Leer, and 
Watertown (N.Y.) h.s. * ist jr. essay, ist French, ist Curran clas. medal, Soper thesis; 
ist debate; valedic. ; * B K. ; A.B. * Grad. stu., and instr. in Lat., Hamilton col., '97-8, 
A.M.; tea., of classics and Ger., Plattsburg norm, sch., '98-00; stu. (cand. phil.) Munich, 
Ger., 'oo-i ; tea., New Brunswick, N.J., '01-. 

Charles Ernst Keck. Southampton, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec. v.pres., pres. * b. Clinton, N.Y., 27 0ct.'74; son of Nath. and 
Maria M. (Ernst); prep., Clinton gram. sch. * 1st fresh, and soph, essays, 2d math., 
math, scholar.; Eng. salut. ; ^•BK. ;A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Palatine Bridge un. sch., '97-9; 
Southampton, '99- * m. Mabel Wilson, Fayetteville, 30 . Tun. '96. * Bro.. Fred R.. 'pp. 

Henry Ward Robinson. Rutland, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. New Haven, N.Y., 26 Oct. '69; son of Edw. W. and Sophia (McKin- 
ney) ; prep., Mexico acad. * At Hamilton, '93; at Beloit, '94-7, A.B. * Stu., Chicago 
theol. sem., '97-00; pas., Belview, Minn., 'oo-i ; Rutland, N.Y., '01-. * m. Martha 
Pierce, Oswego, N.V., 15 Oct.'oi. 

James Bruce Turnbull. 26 Clarendon Bldg., Utica, N. Y. 

Insurance. * Treas.. rec.sec, v.pres., pres. * b. Andes, N.Y., 23 Apr.'72; son of 
Edw. and Mary (Dickson); prep., Del. acad. * Ed., Hamiltonian; A.B. * V.prin., 
Waterville h.s., '97-9; ins. agt., Utica, '99-. 

Elkins Chassell Willard. Mankato, Minn. 

Commercial traveler. * At Hamilton, '93-4; at Minnesota, '94-5. * See Minnesota. 



1898 
Charles Gideon Empie. Raymertown, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Cor. sec. * b. Sharon, N.Y., 10 Mar. '74; son of Myron O. and Emma 
(Kling); prep., Hartwick sem. * i.st jr. essay, Soper thesis, Kirkland orat. ; A.B. * 
Stu., Hartwick theol. sem., '98-9, ord. (Luth.) Churchtown, N.Y., 10. Tun. '00; pas., Ray- 
mertown, '99-. 

Thomas Cook Gifford. West Camden, N. Y. 

Medical student. * Adin. by Middlebwry. * b. VV. Camden, N.\., 26Aug.'73; son of 
Hamilton and Mary (Northrop); prep., Camden h.s. * At Middlebury, '92-3: at Ham 
ilton, '94-5. * Prin., Oriskany Falls, N.Y., '95-8; stu. of med., Syracuse univ., '98-. 

Robert Burt Searle. Jordan, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec. treas., v.pres.; chap. Quar. Ed. * b. E. Onondaga, N.Y., 15 
.Tun. '74; son of Saml. B. and Lemira (Darrow); prep., Onondaga acad. * Campus-day 
orat : class treas.; 2d jr. dec; A.B. * Prin., Oriskany Falls, N.Y., '98-01; Jordan, '01-. 
* m. Edna E. Clark, Onondaga Valley, 16 Aug.'98. 

Harry Lovell Stone. Springfield, Mass. 

Y.M.C.A. secretary. * Rec.sec. treas., v.pres., pres. * b. Mexico, N.Y.. 22 Dec. '75; 
son of Geo. W and Sophia R. (Slack); prep.. Mexico acad. * Hammer throw record, 
N.Y.S. intercol. ath. assn. ; A.B. * Ry. clerk, Watertown, N.Y., '98-00; ry. Y.M.C.A. 
sec, Merrick, Mass., '00-2; Springfield, '02- * m. Ethel J. Raymond, Watertown, N.Y., 
20 Sep. '00. * tiro., Geo. t,., '9$. 



HAMILTON— 1898-99. 259 

Byron Eugene Turnbull. 29 Oneida St., Utica, N. Y. 

Civil engineer. * Rec.sec, pres. ; trustee, '96-8; del. to 'p6 conv. * b. Utica, N.Y., 
6 Feb. '75; son of Jas. B. and Marg. (Dickson); prep., Utica acad. * Mem., ath. assn. 
adv. bd.; bus. mgr., Hamiltcnian; ist jr. dec, 1st chem. ; Ph.B. * Civ. eng., N.Y. state 
canal offices, Syracuse, '98-9; Utica elec. light and power co., Trenton Falls, '99-. 

Henry White. Clinton, N. Y. 

College professor. * Trens., rec.sec, pres.: trustee, '00-; del. to 'p7 conv. * b. Hol- 
land Patent, N.Y., 2 Sep. ''73; son of Geo. and Millicent (Hamlin); prep., Holland Patent 
acad. * Ed., Lit. mo.; Y.M.C.A. pres.; 2d fresh, dec., 2d math., 2d chem., 2d debate, 
Clark prize appt.; high honor; ^BK.; A.B. * Y.M.C.A. sec, Phila., Pa., '98-9; N.Y. 
city, '99-00; asst. prof, of rhet. and orat., Hamilton col., '00-. * m. Sarah H. Lore, Phila., 
Pa., 22 Aug. '99. * Bra., Montague, '04. 



1899 

Henry Otis Bates. Webster Groves, Mo. 

Teacher. * Trcas. * b. VVaverly, N.Y., 26jun.'78; son of Wm. H. and Nellie J. 
(Peckham); prep., Roch. free acad. * At Rochester, '95-6; at Washington, '96-7; at 
Hamilton, '97-9, Hawley clas. medal; A.B. * Tutor, VVebster Groves, Mo., '99- * 
Father, l^Vin. h., '65; bro., Geo. A., '96. 

Isaac Lindsey Best. Middletown, N. Y. 

Teacher. * V.pres., pres. * b. Otisco, N.Y., 7 Jan. '74; son of Isaac O. and Har- 
riet (Lindsey); prep., Clinton gram. sch. * Football; pres., campus-day; 2d fresh, dec; 
2d debate, Clark prize appt.; A.B. * Instr., Jaffna col., Ceylon, '93-7; tea., Middletown 
(N.Y.) h.s., '99-. * Father, Isaac O., '67. 

William Henry Callahan. 209 Park Av., Utica, N. Y. 

Medical student. * b. Utica N.Y., 3 Mar. '77; son of Timothy D. and Anna E. 
(Walsh); prep., Utica acad. * At Hamilton, '95-6. * Med. stu., N.Y. univ., '96-7; in 
Alaska, '97-00: med. stu., univ. of Buffalo, '00-. 

Francis Theodore Fitch. Watertown, N. Y. 

Bookkeeper. * Rec.sec. * b. Watertown, N.Y., 24 Feb. '76; son of Francis N. and 
.Marg. (Chisholm), prep., Watertown h.s. * At Hamilton '95-6; at Technology, '96-7. 
* With VVestinghouse elec. and mfg. co., E. Pittsburg, Pa., '97-9; rodman and travers- 
man, U.S. geol. survey, '99-00; bookkeeper, N.Y. city, '00-. 

Fred Arthur Gates. Gloversville, N. Y. 

Theological student. * Trcas., cor. sec, pres.; chap. Quar. ed. * b. Albany, 7 Sep. '71; 
son of Chas. A. and Helen F. (Brown); prep., Broadalbin. * Glee, guitar and mando- 
lin clubs; cor.sec, Y.M.C.A.; class-day poet: 2d soph, essay; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. 
sem., '99-. 

Fred Rutherford Keck. Herkimer, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Trcas., cor.sec * b. Clinton, N.Y., 5 Jun.'77; son of Nath. and Maria M. 
TErnst): prep., Clinton h.s. * Track team; 2d fresh, dec, 2d soph, essay, math, medal; 
honor orat.; ♦BK. ; A.B. * Tea., Herkimer, '99-. * Bro., Chas. E., '97. 

Curtis Miller. Waterville, N. Y. 

Teacher. * V.pres.. pres. * b. Dcansboro, N.Y., 24 May '76; son of Curtis and Lucy 
A. (Jenks) ; prep., Clinton h.s. * Class-day orat..; ist fresh, dec, ist jr. essay, Darling 
thesis; honor orat.; <i> B K. ; .-V.B. * Asst. prin., Waterville (N.Y.) un. sch., '99-00; 
prin., '00-. 

Seward Albert Miller. Deansboro, N. Y. 

Law student. * b. Deansboro, N.Y., 3oSep.'77; son of Isaac C. and Louisa (Booth); 
prep., Clinton h.s. * Clark prize appt.; Ph.B. * Stu., N.Y. sch. of law, '99-00; Utica, 
'00-. 

Charles Latimer Mosher. Canton, N. Y. 

School superintendent. * Rec.sec: del. to 'p7 ro«7'. * b. Watertovirn, N.Y.. 18 Sep. 
'77; son of Henry B. and Matilda (Tucker); prep., Watertown h..s. * Football; mgr., 
glee and guitar clubs, and dramatic club; bus. mgr., Hamiltonian; ed. -in-chief, Lit. mo.: 
2d fresh, and ist jr. essays, 2d chem., debate appt.; Ph.B. * Prin., Ardmore (Pa.) acad., 
'99-00; Canton (N.Y.) h.s., '00-. 



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Hugh Kimball Moulton. Deadwood, S. D. 

State assayer. " b. N. Linsdale, O., lAug.'?;; son of Albanus and Lillian (Allen); 
prep., Cleveland (O.) li.s. * At Hamilton, '95-7. * State assayer, Deadwood, S.D., 
'97-- 

John H O'Brien. Watertown, N. Y. 

Lawyer. * b. Utica, N.Y., i.-i. Apr.'76; son of John C. and Katlierine (Ennis); prep., 
Watertown h.s. * At Hamilton, '95-6. * Law stu., Watertown, '96-9; adm. to bar, 
'99; law., '99- 

Robert Percival Ostrander. "Press," Utica, N. Y. 

Reporter. * Rcc.sec; del. to 'c8 conv. * b. Constantinople, Turkey, 12 Sep. '75; son 
of Luther A. and Eliza (Thomson); prep., Lyons (N.Y.) h.s. * Col. and intercol. recs. 
in mile and I/2 mile runs; cap., track team; A.B. * Rep., L^tica Press, '99-. * Father, 
Luther A., '65; bros., Lcroy F., '9./; Alex. J., 'g6. 



1900 
Joseph Earl Carmichael. Vernon, N. Y. 

Teacher. * Treas.; trustee. 'g8-oo; del. to 'pp com'. * h. Boonville, N.Y., 16 Feb.'yo; 
son of Jos. and Nancy (Burrows); prep., Boonville h.s. * Football; A.B. * Prin., 
Vernon h.s., '00-. 

Charles Reeves Clark. Stamford, N.Y. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec, pres. * h. E. Palmyra, N.Y., 19 Jun.'77; son of Conway P. and 
Maria (Whiting); prep.. Palmyra un. sch. * Bus. mgr., Lit. mo.; choir; glee and dram, 
clubs; campus-day i)res. ; honor orat. ; <1> B K. ; A.B. * V.prin., Frankfort h.s., 'oo-i ; 
Stamford, '01-. 



Edward James Graham. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec., pres.; chap. Qunr. ed. * 
Elliott and Jennie (Turnbull; prep., Andes col. inst. 
Tea., Hobart, N.Y., '00- 



Hobart, N. Y. 

b. Andes, N.\'. ; 13 Jul. 74; son of 
* Campus-day orat.; 2d jr. dec * 



George Kenneth Grant Henry. Poultney, Vt. 

Teacher. * Cor. sec.; del. to 'gS conv. * b. Shelburne, N.S., i7jun.'76; son of 
Matthew G. and Mary (Parker); prep.. Palmyra (N.Y.) un. sch. * Track team; ed.. 
Haniiltonian; class trea?. ; Hawley clas. medal; A.B. * Tea., Poultney, Vt., '00-. 



Friend Marion Miller Hull. 

Teacher. * Rec.sec. * b. Vernon, N.Y. 
S. (Miller); prep., Waverly h.s. * A.B. 



Whitney's Point, N. Y. 

?5Jan.'-8; son of Philip M. and Amanda 
Tea-, Amsterdam, 'oo-i ; Whitney's Pt., 



Albert Willis Mason. Geneva, N. Y. 

Teacher. * V.pres.. pres. * b. Galesburg, 111., 17 May '79; son of Alb. C. and Velina 
L. (Beecher); prep., (Dnondaga (N.Y.) acad. ' Football; cap. track team; A.B. * Tea., 
Geneva h.s. ,'00-. 



igoi 

Edwin Chester Hawley. 

Student. * At Hamilton, '97-8; track team; at Amherst, 



Amherst, Mass. 

See Amherst. 



Ralph Chipman Hawley. 

Student. * At Hamilton. '97-8; at Amherst, 



See Amherst. 



Amherst, Mass. 



Frederic William Sippell. Mercersburg, Pa. 

teacher. ' Kec.sec, v.pres., Pres., del. to 'pp and 'co coni'S. * b. Boonville, .\'.Y., 
II Sep. '80; son of Wm. D. and Jennie (Cole); prep., Boonville h.s. * Ed., Hamiltonian; 
2d soph, dec; Lat. scholar; 'I' B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Mercersburg (Pa.) acad., '01-. 

Elmer William Triess. 219 Pearl St., Trenton, N.J. 

Teacher. * Treas., rec.sec, pres.; trustee, 00- 1 ; chap. Quar. ed. * b. Boonville, N.Y'., 
25 Nov. '79; son of Wm. A. and Marg. (Grubel); prep., Boonville h.s. * Ed., Lit. mag.; 
2d Curran medal, Ger. scholar; salut. ; i'BK. ; A.B. * Tea., Trenton, N.J., '01-. 



HAMILTON— 1902-03. 261 



1902 

William Kenneth Collins. New Preston, Ct. 

Teacher. * Kec.sec. del. to '00 conv. * b. Watcrville, N.Y., 2 Feb. '81; son of Thos. 
and Marg. (Toole); prep., W'aterville h.s. * A.B. * Tea., Utica, '02; New Preston, 
Ct., '03-. 

Robert Thomas Duffy, 225 Frick Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Business. * At Hamilton, '98-9; at Rochester, '99-02, A.B. * See Rochester. 

Frederic Grant Miller. Ossining, N. Y. 

I'eacher. * Ireas., cor. sec. * b. New Hartford. N.V., 16. Jul. '79; son of Wm. and 
Eleanor (Campbell); prep., Utica acad. * "fBK. ; A.B. * Tea., Mt. Pleasant acad., 
Ossining, N.Y., '02-. 

George Woodford Payne. Smyrna, Del. 

Teacher. * Kec.sec; chop. Quar. cd. * b. Clinton, N.Y., 13 .Tun.'79; son of Horace 
A. and Anna M. (Parmelee); prep., Clinton h.s. * Entr., prize scholar; <I>BK.; A.B. * 
Tea., Smyrna, Del., '02-. 

Edward Joshua Ward, 512 Swan St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Buffalo. N.Y., 9. Mar. '80; son of Henry and Basha (Barnes); prep., 
Buffalo cent. h.s. * Football; class pres.; ed , Life; asst. bus. nigr.. Lit. mag.; 2d soph, 
dec; Clark prize orat. ; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '02-. * Father, Henry, '62; 
bro., Harry B., 'p6. 

1903 

Theodore Day Beckwith. 36 Howard Av., Utica, N. Y. 

Student. * Rcc.sec. * b. Utica, N.Y., 8 Dec. '79 1 son of Theo. G. -and Jennie S. 
(Day); prep., Utica acad. 

Frank Samuel Child, Jr. Fairfield, Ct. 

Student. * b. Leonardsville, N.Y., 3 Jan. '82; son of Frank S. and Lizzie J. (Lillie); 
jirep., Bridgeport (Ct.) un. sch. * Life bd. * Father, Frank S., '75; bro., Arthur'H., '05. 

Vernon Calhoun De Votie. Greeley, Col. 

Student. * b. Greeley, Col., 26 Nov. '78; son of Henry M. and Katharine (Lining- 
hand); prep., Greeley h.s. 

Henry Louis Jackson. 2 Jewett Place, Utica, N. Y. 

Student. * Rcc.sec. * b. L'tica, N.Y., 8 Feb.'79; son of Thos. S. and Eliza A. H. 
(Squares); prep., Utica acad. * Priv., Co. E, ist N.Y. vols., '98-9. 

Robert Hatch Jones. Gouverneur, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Carthage, N.Y., 18 Nov. '81; son of Wm. R. and Hattie L. (Hatch); 
prep., Gouverneur h.s. 

Harry Charles Keith. Yorkville, N. Y. 

Student. * Asso. chap, ed., '01 Decennial. * b. Oriskany Falls, N.Y., 2oJun.'82; 

son of Chas. B. and Hattie (Kellogg); prep., Oriskany Falls un. sch. * Highest grade 
in entr. exam. 

Chester Parsons Scovel. Clinton, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Marcellus, N.Y., 4 Nov. '79; son of Dwight and Ellen L. ( Wads worth ) ; 
prep., Clinton h.s. * Father, Dwight, '54; bros., Louis A., '84; Carl VV., 'S8; Arthur D., 
'96. 

*William Cattell Schuyler. Center Hall, Pa. 

Student. * Treas.; asso. chap, ed., '01 Decennial. * b. Lewiston, Pa., 11 May '80; 
son of Wm. H. and Mary E. (Carver); prep., Blair Presb. acad., N.J. * d. 25 Nov. '01. 

*Frederic William Zeigler. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Buffalo, N.Y., i8Apr.'76; son of And. and Jennie (Market); prep., 
Masten park h.s. * d. Clinton, 14 May '00. 



262 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1904 

Paul Richard Abbott. Camden, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Portland, Me., 19 May '82; son of Rich, and Mary E. (Burbanks) ; prep., 
Camden h.s. 

Albert Leslie Evans. Hammond, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Hammond, N.Y., 10 Jan. '79; son of J. Duane and Maria L. (Walrath); 
prep., Potsdam norm. sch. 

William Archibald Ferguson. Hammond, N. Y. 

Student. * Miami chap. ed.. 'oi Decennial. * b. Hammond, N.Y., 30 Oct. '83; son 
of Danl. A. and Mary E. (Cuthbert); prep., Ogdensburg acad. * Class sec; entr. prize 
scholar. * Father, Danl. A., '71; uncle, Jas. A., '65. 

Claude Vemet Smith. Frankfort, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Frankfort, N.Y., 5 Sep.'82; son of E. LaGrange and Etta M. (Briden- 
becker) ; prep., Frankfort h.s. 

Montague White. Clinton, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Holland Patent, N.Y., 9 Nov. '81; son of Geo. and Millicent (Hamlin); 
prep.. Little Falls h.s. * ■ Bro., Henry, 'gS. 

Raymond Chester White. 807 Madison Av., Albany, N. Y 

Student. * b. Albany, N.Y., 13 Dec. '81; son of Addison and Helen M. Greene); prep., 
Albany h.s. 

1905 

Arthur Henry Child. Fairfield, Ct. 

Student. * b. New Preston, Ct., 12 Oct.'84; son of F. S. and Eliz. (Lilly). * Father, 
Frank S., '75; bro., Frank S., '03. 

Edward Richard Evans. Remsen, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Remsen, N.Y., 31 Mar.'84; son of Edw. C. and Eliz. (Richards.) 

Charles William Lof tis. Frankfort, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Frankfort, N.Y., i Feb. '83; son of John and Katherjne (McCann). 

Charles Winthrop Rockwell. Oneida, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Oneida, N.Y., 6 Jun.'Sa; son of Hiram L. and Esther (Hait). 

1906 

Colin Macdonald. 267 Tryon Place, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Buffalo, N.Y., 3 Sep. '82; son of John and Lillias (McKenzie). 

Robert Norris McLean. San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Student. * b. Concepcion, Chili, 12 Dec. '82; son of Robt. and Lucy (Ripley); prep. 
Portland (Or.) acad. * Father, Robt., Rochester '76. 

Arthur Bennett Maynard. Frankfort, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Frankfort, N.Y., sJul-'83; son of John E. and Florence (Bennett); 
prep., Rix priv. sch., Utica. 

Charles Theodore Roosa. 158 Bird Av., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Tonawanda, N.Y., 23 Oct. '80; son of Chas. C. and Alice (Hobbie) ; 
prep.. Cent. h.s. 

John Ludden Tanner. Utica, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Utica, N.Y., i8Apr.'83; son of John H. and Anna (Clarke); prep., 
Utica acad. 



AMHERST CHAPTER 



AMHERST COLLEGE, AMHERST, MASS. 



Established, 29 July '47 ; Inactive, '62-9 ; Re-established, 28 
July '69 : 52 Glasses : 606 Members 



ROLL OF MEMBERS 

1848 
=!=Ira Case. Olneyville, R. I. 

Clergyman. * Charter tnem. * b. Chelsea, \'t., ii Aug.'ao; son of Thaddeus and 
Mary (Fellows); prep., Kimball acad., Meriden N.H. * At Middlebury, '44-7; at Amherst. 
'47-8; commenc. diss.; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '48-9; Hart, theol. sem., '49-51; 
ord. (Cong.) O.xford, N.II., 30 Nov. '52; pas., Chester, Mass., '51-2; O.xford, N.H., '52-4; 
Underbill, V't., '55-7; Coryden, N.H., '57-9; merchant, Providence, R.I., '60-72; tea. 
and pas., N.Scituate, R.I., '72-5; w.c, '75-93; Olneyville, '93-9. * Autb., "Ability and 
inabilty," '55; "Light from prophecy," '71; "Moral agency," '72. * Trial justice, N.Scit- 
uate, '84-6. * m. Mary A. Eaton, Princeton, 111., 15 Nov. '49. * d. 6 Mar. '99. 

William Allen Fobes. 55 Cobum Av., Worcester, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem.; 7\ pres- * b. Oakham, Mass., 27 Mar. '27; son of Peres 
and Melissa (Nye); prep., Amherst acad. * commenc. diss.; A.B. * Stu., Bang, theol. 
sem., '48-51; ord. (Cong.) Hookset N.H., 9 Nov. '-,5; pas. there, '53-5; Lebanon, Me., 
58-60; Kittery, '60-3; N.Scituate, R.L, '63-6; Halifax, Mass., '66-73; Chesterfield, '73-81; 
Monteroy, '81-8; Salem, Ct., '8S-91; w.c, Worcester, Mass., -91-. * m. Lucana A. Craw- 
ford, Oakham, Mass., 8 Nov. '53. 

Martin Luther Gaylord. Easthampton, Mass. 

Editor. * Charter mem.; v. pres. * b. Otisco, N.Y., 16 Jun. '23; son of Jesse and De- 
ma (Cowles); prep., Cortland acad., Homer. * Commenc. diss.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea. On- 
ondaga (N.Y.) acad., '48-9; stu. Aub. theol. sem., '49-51; colporteur, Am. tract soc, and 
agrt. Am. S.S. un., central and northern N.Y., '51-2; Kan. state militia, i8th reg., U.S.A., 
'63; nurseryman, '55-68; farmer, Easthampton, '68-97; rep., daily papers, '98; local ed.. 
Enterprise, 'jj. * Sch. supt., Atchison, Kan., '38-68; Easthampton, Mass., '70-80. * m. 
Eliz. Edwards, Alton, 111., 16 Nov. '58. 

Robert Dexter Miller. Williams St., Maiden, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem.; first pres. * b. Dummerston, Vt., 23 Sep. '24; son of 
Thos. and Harriet (Moors); prep., Brattleboro acad. * Commenc. diss.; A.B. * Prin. 
Purdy (Pa.) acad., '49-50; Stu. Hart, theol. sem., '50-2: ord. (Cong.) N.Wardsboro, Vt., 
2 Jul .'56; pas. Rushford, N.Y., '53-5; Jamaic.i, V't., '55-6: N.Wardsboro, '56-9; Peru, 
Mass., '60-5; Pelham, '65-6; Hawley, '66-70; W.Newbury, '70-5; Gill, '75; Hartland, Vt., 
'75-80; W.Hartford, '80-8; w.c, Melrose Highlands, Mass., '88-92; Maiden, '92- * 
Auth., "Life and remains of Rev. C. D. Jefferds." "The great rebellion." * m. Sarah L. 
Dutton, Brattleboro, Vt., 8 Aug.'53; (2) Eliza C. Cook, Gilil, Mass., 17 Jul.'ss. * Son, 
John C, Middlebury, '82. 



264 DELTA tJPSlLON DECENNIAL. 

*John Quincy Peabody. Ipswich, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem. * b. Ipswich, Mass., 28 Jul. '25; son of Ezekiel and 
Polly CGoodhue) ; prep., Ipswich Latin sch. * Commenc. appt. ; A.B. * Stu., And. 
theol. sem., '48-52; ord. (Cong.) Fryeburg, Me., 17 Dec. '56; miss., Sedgewick, Me., '53; 
pas. N.Beverly, Mass., '53-5; Topsham, Me., '55-6; Fryeburg, '56-9; w.c, Ipswich, '59-95- 
* m. Mary S. Kimball, Ipswich, 27 Jan. '69. * d. 6 Nov. '95. 

Hiram Alden Pratt. 510 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Teacher. * Charter mem.; pros. * h. Shutesbury, Mass., 21 Jan. '19; son of Eph. and 
Huldah (Pierce) ; prep., Franklin acad., Shelburne Falls. * Sci diss.; A.B. ; A.M * Asst. 
prin., Shelburne Falls (Mass.) acad., '48-9; prin., '49-51; Norwalk (O.) inst., '51-3; prin., 
Shelburne Falls acad., '53-6; Ct. lit. inst., Suftield, Ct., '56-61; Hartford h.s., '61-5; mfr., 
Cleveland, O., '65-8; prin., Peddie inst., Hightstown, N.J., '68-75; assignee, Kalamazoo, 
Mich., '75-7; .sch. supt., I'aribault, Minn., '77-81; prin., Pratts' class, and Eng. sch., Shel- 
burne Falls, '81-92; res., Gill, Mass., '92-8; Faribault, Minn., '98-. * m. Marietta King- 
man, Winchester, N.H., 30 May, '49; (2) Mrs. Mary H. Smith, Dryden, N.Y., 27 Aug. 
'73. * Son, Frank K., Brown, '77. 



1849 

Charles Hartwell. Foochow, China. 

Missionary. * Trcas.; pres. * b. Lincoln, Mass.. 19 Dec. '25; son of Saml. and Polly 
(Hagar); prep., Westford acad. * Jr. ex. orat. ; commenc. appt.; <i> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * 
Tea., W.Killingly (Ct.) acad., '49-50; stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '50-2; ord. (Cong.) Lincoln 
Mass., 13 Oct. '52; miss., Foochow, China, '52- * Prin. Mission male training sch., '70-1 ; 
'82-9. * Trans, (into Foochow spoken lang.) parts of N.T., '65; pub., "Description of a 
tertiary rainbow;" "Religious state of the Chinese"; "Catechism on astron. and metereol." 

* Contrib., Am. jour, of Sci.; Western Mag.; Chinese Recorder; Miss. Herald; Tem- 
perance Un., Shanghai. * m. Lucy E. Stearns, Billerica, Mass., 6 Sep.'sz; (2) Mrs. H. 
Louisa Peet, Foochow, China, 5 Nov. '85. * Bro., John, '35. 

Junius Loring Hatch. 2240 Central Av., Alameda, Cal. 

Clergyman and editor. * Cor sec. * b. Hopkinton, N.H., i May, '25; son of Roger C. 
and Hannah (lay); prep., Kimball acad., Meriden. * Commenc. disq. ; A.B. * Tea. Som- 
ers, Ct., '49; stu., L'li. theol. sem., '49-50; tea., Northampton, '50; stu., Yale div. sch., 
'50-1; ord. (Cong.) (jloucester, Mass., t Jan. '54; pas. there, '54-6; Brooklyn, N.Y., '56; 
Hingham, '56-S; adv. agt., N.Y. city, '58; tea., Brooklyn and N.Y. city, '58-9; pas.. Con- 
cord, N.H., '64-5; Dighton, Mass.; Mansfield; Westboro; life ins. agt., N.Y. city, '70; ed.. 
Golden Rule. Boston, Mass., '72-4; tea., Santa Clara, Cal., '74; prin., Colma h.s.; pas., San 
Jose; on staff of the San Francisco Chronicle. * m. Lucy W. Plumer, Gloucester, Mass., 
Oct. '56. 

*Hubert Pierre Herrick. Nengenenge, West Africa. 

Missionary. * Treas. * b. McDonough, N.Y., Dec. 6, '27; son of Jonas and Melinda 
(Whipple) ; prep., O.xford acad. * Commenc. appt. ; A.B * Stu., Aub. theol. sem.' 50-3; 
ord. (Cong.) N.Y. city, Dec. '53; miss., W.Africa, '53-7. m. Julia Bushnell, Granville, O., 
I Nov. '53. * d. 20 Dec. '57. 

*Elijah Howe. Dedham, Mass. 

Insurance. * Rec. sec; v. pres. * b. Dedham, Mass., zy Sep. '28; son of Elijah and 
Prudence (Clark); prep., Andover acad. * Tea., S.Hadley (Mass) h.s., '49-50; E.Douglas 
h.s.,'50-2; Wilbraham acad., '52-3;. stu.. And. theol. sem., '53-4; bookeeper, Boston, '53-63; 
agt,. steel works, Pittsburg, Pa., '63-74, sec. Norfolk mut. fire ins. co. and Dedham mut. 
fire ins. co., Dedham, Mass., '74-9S. * m. Julia A. Hunt, E.Douglas, Mass., 4 Jan. '57. 

* d. 7 May '98. 

*William Randall Palmer. Chicopee, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Treas., pres. * b. Griswold, Ct., 15 Jan. '22; son of Wm. P. and Fanny 
(Crary); prep., Leicester (Mas.s.) acad. * Commenc. diss. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Hart. 
theol. sem., '49-52; ord. (Cong.) Chicopee, Mass., 16 Sep. '52; agt.. Am. tract soc. in Ind., 
'52-3; pas., Crawfordsville, Ind., '53-7; Danville, 111., '57-61; Fort Wayne, Ind., '61-3; At- 
tica, '63-5; w.c, Chicopee, Mass., '65-80. * m. Clara E. Skeele, Chicopee, Mass., 16 Sep. 
'52. * d. 19 Feb. '80. 



AMHERST — 1849-50. 265 

*Martin Nelson Root. Charlestown, N. H. 

Druggist. * Treas. * li. S.Byfield, Mass., 14 Dec. '29; son of Martin and Jerusha (Bar- 
bour) ; prep., Dummer acad. * Commenc. appt. ; A.B. * Med. stu., Byfield, Mass., Castle- 
ton \'t., and Harv. med. sclis., '49-52, M.D. ; phys., Francestown, N.H., '52-3; tea.. Reed's 
Ferry, '54; Seabrook, '55; Francestown, '56-8; '59-62- '80-2; stu. And. theol. sem., '62-3- 
tea.. New Ipswich, '64-5; druggist, Somerville, Mass., '65-9; xMilton, \ t., '69-75; act. pas. 
Francestown, N.H., '75-82; druggist, Charlestown, N.H., '82-95. * m. Abby K. McEwan, 
W.Brattleboro, Vt., 22 Nov. '52. * d. 28 Jul. '95. 

John Alonzo Seymour. 4 River Road, Winthrop, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Frcs. * b. N.Monroeville, O., 21 Jun.'a;; son of John and Sarah A. 
(Thatcher); prep., Huron inst., .Milan. * Commenc. speaker; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. 
sem., '49-52; ord. (Presb.) Kent, O., 2 Jan. '54; pas. there '52-6; S.Glastonbury, Ct., '56-62; 
Enfield, Mass., '62-7; Cleveland, O., '67; dist. sec, Am. tract soc, '67-71; dist supt., Presb. 
bd. of pub., '71-86; pas., Independence, '86-8; E.Cleveland, '88-00; Winthrop, Mass., '00-. 
* Autli., "Work for Jesus"; "Hints to reapers." * Contrib., Cleveland papers. * m. 
Sarah K. Spooner, Brandon, \'t., 2 Apr.'ss. 

*George IngersoU Steams. Windham, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. W.Killingly, Ct., 7 Sep.'as; son of Warren and Mary (Read); prep., 
Woodstock acad. * .At Brown, '45-6; at, .Amherst, '46-9; commenc. appt. ; A.B. * Tea., 
W.Killingly, '49-50; stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '50-2; ord. (Cong.) Windham, Ct., 22 Sep. '52; 
pas. there, '52-62. m. Amelia D. Jones, Springfield, Mass., 6 Sep. '52. * d. 14 Mar. '62. 

Elijah Woodward Stoddard. Succasunna, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Rec. sec. cor. sec, v. pres. * b. Coventryville, X.Y., 23 Apr.,"2o; son of 
John and Merab (Parker); prep., Oxford acad. * Lit. diss.; A.B.;A.M. * Stu., Un. 
theol. sem., '4*9-52; ord. (Presb.) N'.Y. city, 3 Jun.'ss; miss. Momence, 111., '52; pas., Hawley, 
'52-s; Amenia, N.Y., '55-60; Angelica, 60-4; Succasunna, N.J., '64. * Mem., Christian 
com., '63. * Pub., "Genealogy of Stoddard families." — Anthony of Boston, 1639-1873, 
John of Groton, Ct., 1642-1873, John ot Wetherslield, Ct., 1650-1873, John of Hingham, 
Mass., 1838-1873. * D.D., Maryvillc, '80 * m. Eliza W. Concklin, N.Y. city, 14 Aug. 
'52; (2) Mrs. Eliza A Stoddard, N.Y. city, 28 Nov.'77. 

*George Frederick Walker. Warwick, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem., rec. sec, pres.; del. to '49 conv. * b. E.Medway, Mass., 
31 May, '25; son of Timothy and Louisa (Turner) ; prep., Leicester acad. * Commenc. diss.; 
A.B.; A.M. * Theol, stu. and prin., Hollis sem., HoUiston, Mass., '49-53; asst. prin., 
Riverside acad., Auburndale, '54-6; clock mfr., Boston, '57-62; ord. (Cong.) Wellfleet, 
Mass., 2 Jul. '63: pas. there, '63-7; Little Compton, R.L, '69 72; Ashby, Mass., '73-5; Black- 
stone, '76-80; Freetown, '80-9; Hampden, '89-91; Warwick, '91-3. * Ed., Freetown jour.. 
'86-90. * Pub., "Our nation'.s danger," '63; hist, sermon of Blackstone ch., '77; "Hist, of 
Holliston, Mass.," '80. * m. Esther A. Bullard, Holliston, Mass., i Jan. '52; (2) Mary A. 
K. Atwood, Wellfleet, Mass., 2 May, '64. * d. 21 Feb. '93. 



1850 

*Albert Graham Beebee. Springfield, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rec. sec, v. pres. * b. W.Hartwick, N.Y., 3 Jul. '26; son of Daniel 
and Abigail G. (Lee); prep., Oxford acad. * Commenc. diss.; A.B. * Stu., Un. theol. 
sem., 51-2, '53-4; .And. theol. sem., '52-3; ord. Guilford Center, N.Y. (Presb.) 20 Jun.'s4; 
miss., Marash, Asia Minor, '54-9; pas.. Plea.^ant Mt. and Unionville, Pa., '60-2; Hancock, 
N.Y., '62-3; Manitowoc. Wis., '64-5; Geneva, 111., '65-7; Spring Lake, Mich.. '70-2; Mil- 
ford, N.Y., '72-4; Worcester, '74-6; Garfield, '77-8; Curtisville, 80-4; Middlefield, '84-6; 
.Southwick, '86-8; w.c, Springfield, '88-93; Warwick, Mass., '94; W. Hawley, '95-7. * m. 
Sarah J. Wardwell. Andover, Mass., 5 Jun.'54; (2) Welthy M. Ritter, New Haven, Ct., 16 
Apr.'6i. * d. N.Y. city, 5 Dec. '99. 

*John Edwin Cory. North Wrentham, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rec sec, v. pres.. pres. * b. Mansfield. Mass.. 29 Jul. '25: son of 
Leonard and Adah (Skinner). * Literary dissertation; A.B * Theol. stu., ^iansfield, 
'50-1; pas., Edgartown, 'si-3'. ord. (Cong.) Mansfield, 12 Oct. '53; home miss, in O. ; pas., 
Freetown, Mass., '55-8: Chesterfield. '58-9; Yarmouth, '59; N.\Vrentham, '60-5. * Pub., 
"Choice Memorials". * m. Fanny M. Williams, Mansfield, Mass., 8 May, '51; (2) Sarah 
B. Hathaway, Freetown, 30 May,'56. * d. 30 Nov.'65. 



265 DELTA UPSILOK DECENNIAL. 

Daniel Worcester Faunce. Providence, R. I, 

Clergj-man and author. * Rec.sec, fres. * b. Plymouth, Mass., 3 Jan. '29; son of Pe- 
leg and Olive (Finney) ; prep., privately. * Lit. diss. ; A.B. * Stu., Newton theol. inst., 
'50-3; ord. (Bap.) Somerville, Mass., 14 Jun.'53; pas. there '53-4; VVorcester, '54-60; Mai- 
den, '60-6; Concord, N.H., '66-75; Lynn, Mass., '75-81; Washington, B.C., '81-9; VV. Newton, 
Mass., '89-. * .A.uth., "The Christian in the world," '75; "Young man's difficulties with 
his Bible," '77; " rhe Christian experience," '80; "Resurrection in nature and in revela- 
tion," '87; "Hours with a sceptic," '89; "Inspiration as a trend," '96; "Shall we believe 
in a divine providence?" '00; "Prayer as a theory and a fact," (Fletcher prize essay, Dart- 
mouth col.) * Contrih., Watchman, Nat. Baptist; Review jour, of Christian phil. * D.D., 
'80. * m. Mary R. Perry, Bristol, R.I., 15 Aug.'53; (2) Mrs. M. E. Tucker, '91. * Son, 
Wm. H. H., Brown '80. 

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*Heniy Martin Adams. Nengenenge, West Africa. 

Missionary. * Rec. sec, pres. * b. Enosburgh, Vt., 20 Nov. '23; son of Eph. and 
Polly (Boutelle); prep., Ames (N.Y.) acad. * A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '51-4; 
ord. (Cong.) Enosburgh, Vt., 30 Aug. '54; miss in W.Africa, '55-6. * d. 13 Aug. '56. 

*Jerome Allen. New York City. 

College professor. * Rec. iec. * b. Westminster, Vt., 17 Jul. '30; son of David and 
Eliza (Graves); prep., Kimball un. acad., Meriden N.H. * A.B. * Stu., Hart theol. sem., 
'51-2; prin. Manquoketa (la.) acad., '52-4; prof, of nat. sci., Alexander col., la., '54-8; 
ord. (Presb.) Dubuque, '59; prin. Lenox col. inst., and pas., Hopkinton, '58-66; prin. 
State norm, sch., Monticello, '66-8; conductor, tea. insts. in la., '68-70; in N.Y., '70-3; 
prof, of nat. sci. Geneseo, N.Y., State norm, sch., "73-81; pres., St. Cloud (Minn.) state 
norm, sch., '81-4; ed., School jour, and tea. Instittite, '84-; prof, of pedagogy, univ. of 
city of N.Y.,'8S-94; ed., Barnes' educ. mo., '73-84. * Pres. N.Y. state tea. assn., '73-84. 

* Auth., "Hand-book of exp. chem. for lab. use"; "Grammar and analysis"; "Methods for 
teachers in gram"; "Map drawing," in Monteith's geographies; "Manual of map drawing"; 
"Mind studies for young tepchers"; "Temperament in educ"; "Short studies in Eng."; 
Lect. on hist, of educ"; "Outlines of educ. hist." * Ph.D., Lenox '86. * m. Mary A. 
Windsor, Maquoketa, la., 10 F'eb.'54. * d. 26 May '94. 

William Otis Baldwin. Groton, N. Y. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Greenfield, N.H., 25 Aug.'2i ; son of Saml. and Mary (Dane) ; 
prep., Lawrence acad., Groton, N.Y. * Commenc. appt. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Bang, theol. 
sem., '51-4- miss.. Hawaiian Is.' pas., Enfield, N.H.; W.Fairlee, Vt. ; St.Johnsbury : Arl- 
ington; W. Groton, N.Y.; LeRaysville, Pa.; Maine, N.Y. ; farmer, Groton, N.Y. * m. 
Mary Procter, Lunenburg, Mass., 4 Oct.'54. 

*Edward Payson Bates. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Insurance. * b. Newton, Mass., 8 May, '30: son of Jas. and Emily (Atwood) ; prep., 
Williston sem. * Commenc. appt.; A.B.;x\.M. * Tea., Abington, Mass., '51-4; Plym- 
outh h.s., '54-6; prin., Cotting acad., Arlington, '56-65; gen. agt. N.Y. mut. life ins. co., 
Phila., Pa., '65-88. * Auth., "English analvsis." * m. Mary M. Ballou, Providence, 
R.I., 28Sep.'53; (2) Helen Anners, Phila.. Pa., i Oct.'67. * Bro., Jas. A., '56. * d. 
I Ju].'88. 

*Marcus Manard Carleton. Amballa Cantonments, N. India. 

Missionary. * b. Marshfield, Vt., 13 Aug.'27; son of Jeremiah and Betsey (Roby); prep., 
Danville acad. * At Middlebnry, '47; at Amherst, '48-51, A.B. * Stu., Columbia (S.C) 
and Hart, theol sems., '51-4; ord. (Presb.) '54; miss., Amballa N. India, '54-93; KvtUoo, 
'93-8. * rn. Celestia Bradford, Barre, Vt., i Aug.'54; (2) Eliza Calhoun, India, 5 Jan. '84. 

* d. 6 May. '98. 

James Monroe Carroll. Georgetown, Ct. 

Clergyman. * At .^mherst, '48-50; at Wesleyan, '50-1, A.B. * See Wesleyan. 

*Isaac Newton Cundall. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Teacher * V. pres. * 1). W.Killingly, Ct., 17 Aug.'26; son oflsaac and Nancy (Rice); 
prep., Woodstock acad. * A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '51-4; ord. (Cong.) W. 
Killingly, 5 Sep. '54; pas., Rosendale, Wis., '54-64; sch. supt.. Fond du Lac co.. Wis., '64-8; 
supt., State soldiers' and orphans' home, Madison. '68-70; pas., Burlington, '69-70; instr., 
Wash, univ.. Si. Louis, Mo., '70-82; tea., Vinita, I.T.. '84-6; in.str., Ripon col., '86-8; res., 
Milwaukee, Wis., '88-9. * m. Sarah E. Scribner, Norwalk, Ct., i Mar.'ss; (2) Louise J. 
Scribner, Norwalk, Ct., 26 Mar. '68. * d. 23 Jul. '89. 



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♦George Washington Currier. Billerica, Mass 

Lawyer. * b. '23. * At Amherst, '47. * Law., Billerica, Mass. * d. 7 Aug. '53. 

*Franklin Bradley Doe. Ashland, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Rec.-sec. * 1). Highgate, Vt., 5 Dec. '26; son of Jacob and Lydia (Hard- 
ing) ; prep., priv. sch., Lowell, Mass. * Lit. diss.; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Amherst theol. sem., 
'51-2; Bang, theol. sem., '52-4; ord. (Cong.) Lancaster, Mass., 19 Oct. '54; pas. tliere, '54-8; 
Appleton, Wis., '58-68; supt. of missions for Wis., '68-83; supt. for Southwest, '83-93; 
pas., Ashland, Wis., '93-01. * d. 23 May '01. 

*Ebenezer Douglass. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Manager. * Rec.-sec, pres. * b. Ticonderoga, N.Y., 7 Aug.'26; son of VVm. S. and 
Jane G. (Arthur); prep., Plattsburg acad. * Lit. diss.; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Bang, theol. 
sem., '51-5; ord. (Cong.) Oldtown, Me., '55; pas. there, '55-60; Bridgewater, Mass., '60-7; 
VVoonsocket, R.I., '67-73; U.S. Indian agt.. White Earth, Minn., '73-4; pub. Minneapolis 
Citi/:en, '74-5; pas., Anoka, '75-7; nigr., employment bur., Minneapolis (also at 35 E. 7th 
St., St. Paul), '80-. * Sch. supt., Woonsocket, R.L, '67-73. * m- Helen M. Graves, 
Chazy, N.Y., 28 Oct.'ss. * Dro. Francis A., '51. * d. 4 Ang.'96. 

Francis Arthur Douglass. 845 Greene Av., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Co?-. -sec. * b. Ticonderoga, N.Y., 16 Apr. '24; son of \\'m. S. and Jane 
G. (Arthur); prep., Plattsburg acad. * Commenc. appt. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Newton 
theol. inst., '51-4; ord. (Bap.) Boston, Mass., 15 Oct. '54; missionary to Telugus Bap. 
sem., Bamapetian, India, '54-66; lect. on missions in U.S., '66-9; pas., Piqua, O., '69-72; 
Lebanon, '72-4; Cincinnati, '75-9; agt. and sec. Am. and for. Bib. soc, Brooklyn, N.Y., 
'79-84; pas., Middletown, '84-7; VVhite Plains, '87-8; w.c, Brooklyn, '88-. * m. Anna C. 
Allen, Champlain, 13 Jul. '54. * Bro. Ebcn., '51. 

Prescott Fay. Saxonville, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Williams. * h. Westboro, Mass., 8 Dec. '26; son of Elisha and 
Nancy (Burnapp) ; prep., Leicester acad. * At Williams, '47-8; at Amherst, "48-51; com- 
menc. diss.; A B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '52-3, '54-5; Bang, theol. sem., '53-4; ord. 
(Cong.) 27 Feb. '56; pas., Lancaster, N.H., '56-65; Rochester, '65-7; New Ipswich, '67-9; 
evang., Minneapolis, Minn., '69-71; evang. work in Minn., '71-5; res., Minneapolis, '75-81; 
pas., Cambridge, Mass., '81-8: Quechy, Vt., '89-94; Saxonville, Mass., '94-. * Sch. supt., 
Coos CO., N.H., '63-5; vis. to Indian rescrv., Minn., '72-3. * m. Samantha W. Eastman, 
Granby, Mass., 19 Mar.'56. 

*Daniel Francis Goddard. Harvard, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Plymouth, Mass., 29Nov.'27; son of Danl. * At Amherst, '47-9. * 
Pas., Harvard, Mass. * m. Mary E. Barnes, Plymouth, 26 Jan. '54. * d. 13 Jul. '83. 

Miron James Hazeltine. "The Larches," Campton Village, N. H. 

Chess editor and farmer. * b. Rummey, N.H., 13 Nov. '24; son of Jas. and Lydia; prep., 
Dracut (Mass.) acad. * At Amherst, '47-8. * Law stu., Lowell, Mass., '49-53; prin., 
Clinton inst., N.Y.city, '53-62; chess ed., NY. Sat. Courier, '55; N.Y. Clipper, '56-; world's 
rec. for length of service as chess ed. ; co-editor. Am. Chess, mo., '57; sch. supt., Grafton, 
N.H., '65; Thornton, '70-1. * Jus. of peace; mem., Thornton sch. bd.,'8i. * Auth., 
"Dime chess instr.," 60; "Clipper chess problem tournament," '60; Brevity and brilliancy 
in chess," '66; "Sketches of Am. chess players." * Contrib., Macon (Ga.)7>/*gro/'/j ; 
poems in "Poets of N.H.," '83; trans., "Anacreon." * Hon. mem., W.Newbury (Mass.) 
nat. hist. club. * m. Hannah H. Bryant, Danbury.N.H., 21 Jul. '53. ' 

*Hugh McLeod. Cambridge, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Picton, N.S., i Jan. '26; son of Donald and Eliz. (McKay); prep., 
Williston (Mass.) sem. * A.B. * Tea., Bellingham, Mass., '51-2; stu.,Bang.theol.sem., 
'52-4; ord. (Cong.) 27jun.'55; pas., Springfield, O., '55-8; Brentwood, N.H., '58-67; 
Colebrook, '67-70; miss., Appleton, Wis., '70-3; Healdsburg, Cal., '73-6; Valley Ford, '76- 
84: Lynn, Mass., '84-90; Cambridge, '90-00. * Sch. supt., Brentwood, N.H., '56-62; mem., 
Chris, comm., '62-5. * m. Harriet S. Hill, Brentwood, N.H., 30 Nov. '54. * d. 2oFeb.'oo. 

Levi Gardner Marsh. 152 Woodlawn Av., Buifalo, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * .4dm. by Hamilton; T.pres.. pres * h. Conesus, N.Y., 20 May'23 ; son 
of Alvin and Sophia (Gardner); prep.. Grand River inst., Austinburgh, O. * At Ham- 
ilton, '47-9; at Amherst, '49-51; commenc, appt.; A.B. * Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '51-4; 
And. theol. sem., '54-5; ord. (Cong.) Thomaston, Me., 9 Oct. '55; pas. there, '55-7; Nunda, 
N.Y., '57-60; Brewer, Me., '61-3; Nunda, N.Y., '63-71; Plainwell, Mich., '76-81; Lewiston, 
N.Y., '81-98; w.c. Buffalo, '98- * .Auth., "Story of Washington for youths," '98; "Story 
of Lincoln for youths," '99. * m. Sarah P. Harlow, Bangor, Me., 11 Oct. '55. 



268 DELTA UPSILOK DECENNIAL. 

Sidney Swift MerriU. Berkeley, Cal, 

Druggist. * b. Greene, Me., 25 May'27; son of Levi W. * At Amherst, '47-9. * 
Stu., P.oston med. soil., '49-51; phys. and druggist, Berkeley, Cal. * Co. treas., '68-73; 
postmaster, Berkeley, Cal., '64-73 and '76-. * m. Prudence V. Bradley, Dracut, Mass., 25 
May '52. 

*Ira Loriston Moore. Boston, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Candia, N.H., 24 Nov. '24 ; son of Ira. * At Amherst, '47-8. * Stu., 
Jelf. med. col., '48-50, M.D. ; phys. and surg., Lowell, Mass.; Boston. * Mem., Mass. h. 
of reps., 'S7, '66-7, '71-2; Boston sch. com., '64-6. * m. Charlotte M. Chamberlin, Bos- 
ton, I Jan.'73. * d. 2 Oct. '97. 

Sidney Keith Bond Perkins. Perry, Me. 

C'lergyman. * P'.Prcs. * b Braintree, Mass., 14 Apr. '30; son of Jonas and Khoda 
(Keith); prep., Monson acad. * Lit. diss.; A.B.; A.M. * Prin., HoUis inst., S. Brain- 
tree, '51-3; stu., Bang, theol. sem. (pres., rhetorical soc), '53-7; ord. (Cong.) Glover, Vt., 
II Jan. '60; pas. there, '58-76; S. Koyalton, '76-82; Middleton, Mass., '82-7; Raynham, 
'87-00; Perry, Me., '00-. * Sch. supt.. Glover, Vt. ; mem., Vt. h. of reps., '70-2; sec, 
Orleans (Vt.) assn. ; mem., Nat. Cong, council. * Auth., "Hist of Glover, Vt.," '70; 
"Semi-centennial discourse of ch. in Glover," '67; "Manual of ist Cong, ch.. Glover," '74; 
"Sketch of E. Bristol neighborhood conv.,"' '94. * Mem., Old colony hist. soc. ; Wey- 
mouth (Mass.) hist, soc; Old Bridgewater hist. soc. * m. Laura L. Brocklebank, Meri- 
den, N.H., 14 May '62. 

^Timothy Pickering Ranney. Newark, N. J. 

Lawyer. * Adm. by Williams. * b. E. Granville, Mass., 2Aug.'28; son of Reuben 
and Eliz. (Gibbons); prep., Williston sem. * At Williams, '47-8; at Amherst, '48-51; 
A.B.; A.M. * Law stu., Newark, N.J.; adm. to bar, '55; law., Newark, '55-70; Elizabeth, 
'70-4. * m. Anna P. Pennington, Newark, 4 Apr.'6o. * d. 20 Apr.'74. 

^Edward Dickens Rawson. Woodstock, Ct. 

Teacher. * b. Providence, R.L, 24 Jan. '25; son of Grindal and Lucretia (Cornell); 
prep., Woodstock acad. * Lit. diss.; A.B. * Tea. in Ct., '51-7; prin., Scranton (Pa.) 
pub. schs., '57-9. * m. Lucy R. Lay, Westbrook, Ct., 24 Aug.'53. * d. 6 Aug.'sg. 



1852 

Orson Pardy Allen. Auburndale, Mass. 

Missionary (retired.) * V.Pres. * b. Smyrna, N.Y., 6Nov.'27; son of Marsena and 
Hannah G. (Percival): prep., Mt. Morris. * Commenc. diss.; A.B. * Stu., Bang, theol. 
sem., '52-3; And. theol. sem., '54-5; ord. (Presb.) Mt. Morris, N.Y., 26 Sep. '55; miss., 
Trebizond, Turkey, '56-7; Harpoot, '57-96; tea.. Euphrates col., '96; res., Auburndale, 
Mass., '96- * m. Caroline R. Wheeler, Warren, Me., 5 Sep. '55. * Son, Herbert M. 
Williams, 88. 

George Lewis Becker. Netawaka, Kan. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Hamilton; v. pres. * b. Natural Bridge, N.Y., Nov.'2o; son 
of Conrad I. and Catherine V. (Pierson); prep., Williston sem. * Lit. diss.; A.B.; A.M. 

* Stu., And. theol. sem., '52-5: pas., Sanford, Me., '56-7; Powhattan, Kan., '57-60; w.c, 
Powhattan and Granada, Kan., '75-; Netawaka. * m. Abby E. Johnson, Lee, N.H. 

Daniel Bliss. Beirut, Syria. 

Missionarv. * Rec.sec. * b. Georgia, Vt., 17 Aug.'23; son of Loomis and Susan (Far- 
well); prep., Kingsvillc (O.) acad. * Commenc. appt.; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., And. theol. 
sem., '52-5: ord. (Cong.) Amherst, Mass., 17 Oct. '55: miss., Mt. Lebanon, Syria, '56-62; 
A.B.C.F.M.Sec.N.Y.city, '62-4; pres., Beirut (Syria) Prot. col., '64- * Auth., "Mental 
philos." and "Nat. philos." in Arabic. * D.D., '64. * m. Abby M. Wood, Westminster, 
Mass., 23 Nov.'ss. 

-^Joseph Manly Clark. Metamora, 111. 

School superintendent. * V.Pres., pres. * b. Somerville, Mass., 31 May '29; son of 
Jos. and Lucy B. (Locke); prep., Hopkins class, sch., Cambridge. * Lit. diss.; A.B. ; A.M. 

* Stu., Jeff. med. col., '52-4, M.D. ; phys., Washburn, HI., '56-7; merchant, '57-8; ed., 
Metamora, '58-61; sch. supt., Woodford co., '61-70. * m. Anna S. Stevenson, Hopkins- 
ville, Ky., 14 Sep.'sS. * d. 20 Feb. '70. 



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♦Elijah Shumway Fish. Lisbon Falls, Me. 

Clerfryman. * Cor.sec. f^rcs. * b. Shutesbury, Mass., 29 Feb. '20; son of Ezra and 
Olive (Shumway); prep., Shelbnrne Falls acad. * Lit. diss.; A.B.; A.M. * Ord., N. 
Prescott, Mass., 2oApr.'53; pas. there, '52-4; Freeport, Me., '54-60; N. Livermore, '60-70; 
China, '70-4; Brooklin, '74-82; Mile, '82-4; Lisbon Falls, '84*6. * Auth., "Centennial 
hist, of Brooklin." ' ni. Mary A. CJraves, Leverett, Mass., 3 Nov.'s2. * d. 17 Feb. '86. 

Buel Judd Hawkins. Hampshire, 111. 

Teacher. * b. Bethlehem, Ct., 8 Jul.'26; son of Amos. * At Amherst, '49. * Tea. 
in O., Pa., Kan., Mo., and III. * m. Mary A. Custard, Erie, Pa., '50; (2) Susan K. 
Welsh, Kan., '62. 

*Henry Kies. Troy, la. 

Clergyman. * Rec.ser. * b. Killingly, Ct., 15 Mar.'26: son of Marvin and Frelove 
(Buck); prep., Woodstock .icad. * Lit. diss.; A.B. * Theol. stu., \V. Killingly, '52-4; 
Lane theol. sem., '54-5; pas., Troy, la., '55. * m. Lucy E. Burlingame, Rice city, R.I. * 
d. 19 Aug. '5 5. 

Jacob William Marcussohn. La Grange, 111. 

Clergyman. * At Amherst, '49-51; at Williams, '51-2, .A.B. * See Jl'illinms. 

*Fayette Maynard. Mannsville, N. Y. 

Dentist. * b. Potsdam, N.Y., 16 Sep. '24; son of Levi and Anna (Day); prep., St. Law- 
rence acad. * Commenc. disq.; A.B. * Bus., '52-4; dental stu., Watertown; dentist, 
Mannsville. * m. Jane E. Cutler, Ware, Mass., 4 6ct.'s4. * d. 8 May '70. 

*Mason Moore. Plymouth, Vt. 

Clergyman. * b. Sheffield, Ct.. 28Feb.'22; son of .\riel and Electa (Lyon); prep., 
Williston sem. * Lit. diss.; A.B. * Stu., Bang, and And. theol. sems., '52-5; ord. 
(Cong.) Lee, N.H., 3Dec.'67; pas. there, '55-69; Worcester, Vt., Northville and Harrison- 
ville, N.Y., '70-3; W.C., Saratoga Springs, '73-7; pas., Plymouth, Vt., '77-93. * d. 10 
Dec. '93. 

=^Charles Henry Payson. New York City. 

Clergyman. * b. Leominster, Mass., 28 Sep. '31: son of Phillips and Betsey (Boutelle); 
prep., Ames (N.Y.) acad. * Commenc. orat. ; A.B. * Prin., Pompcy Hill (X.Y.) acad., 
'52-4; ins. agt., Cleveland, O., '54; stu., Union theol sem., '54-7; Heidelberg and Berlin 
univs., '57-60; ord. (Presb.) 25 Nov. '60; miss., N.Y.city, '60-77. * m. Mary L. Ely, N.Y. 
city, 6.'\ug.'6i. * d. 24 Jan. '77. 

=!=Charles Leland Porter. Colona, 111. 

Teacher. * b. Prattsburg, N.Y., 19 Oct. '30; son of Edw. R. and Lydia C. (\'an\'alken- 
burg); prep., Franklin acad. * A.B. * Law stu., adm. to HI. bar, '58; prin., Cayuga 
acad.. .\urora N.Y.; prof, of anc. langs., Wash, col., Md. ; tea., Marengo (la.) h.s. ; 
W'heatland, '77-80; farmer, '82-90; Moline, Mo.; tea., '90-5; hotel prop., Colona, HI., '95- 
6. * Priv., ist Wis. cav., '62; maj. * Auth., "'Pebbles from the lake shore." * m. 
Vandalia D. Penny, Cape Girardeau, Mo., 9 Nov. '62; (2) Emma D. Blanchard, Wheatland. 
la., 7 Aug.'72. * d. 24 Dec. '96. 

William Bradshaw Rankin. Austin, Tex. 

Clergyman. * Cor.sec. pres. * b. Little Chucky, Tenn., 3 Sep. '25; son of Anthony 
and Margaret (Grey); prep., Deckertown (N.J.) clas. sch. * V.pres., Academia; chief 
marshal, commenc. day; commenc. disq.; A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Rhea acad., GreenvTIle, 
Tenn., '52-5; pres., Greenville col., '55-9; prof, of math., Tusculum col., '60-:; theol. stu., 
Greenville col., '60-3: priv.. civil war, '64; tea., Wellsville, N.Y., '64-6; ord. (Presb.) Baker 
Creek, Tenn., .\ug.'66; aided in est. pub. sch. system in Tenn.; pres., Wash, female col., 
Tenn., '66-74; dist. supt.. Am. Bible soc. for Tenn., '74-98; for Tex. (res., Austin) '76-. 
* Fin. agt.. Wash, col., '98-00; gen. sec, Jno.C.Martin educ. fund; sch. supt., Greene co., 
Tenn., '69-72. * Contrib., Frank Leslie's vio. * D.D., Washington '93. * m. Jane 
Carpenter, Amity, N.Y., 18 Sep.'52. 

Sidney Kelsey Smith. Pemberton, N. J. 

Editor. * b. Brandon, \'t., 6 Nov. '28; son of Martin and Mary (Holcomb) ; prep., St. 
Lawrence acad., Potsdam, N.Y. * At Middlebury, '48-50; at Amherst, '50-2; commenc. 
disq.; A.B. * Stu., Gottingen, Geneva, Munich (Ph.D., '59), and Bavaria; agriculturist; 
analyt. chem.; prof, of nat. sci., Columbia univ., '56-8; ed., Pemberton (N.J.) Times. * 
.Auth., "Agric. chemistry." 



270 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1853 

Thomas Dwight Adams. 528 nth St., Oakland, Cal. 

Teacher. * Rcc.s:'c.. prcs. * b. Canterbury, Ct., ioFeb.'27; son of Hubbard and 
Alary (.Storrs) ; prep., VVorcester acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Framingham (Mass.) 
h.s., '54-8; in Europe, '58-60; prin., Newton (Mass.) h.s., '60-7; law stu., '67-8; adm. to 
bar, '68; law, N.Y.city, '68-77- prin., Essex (Vt.) class, inst., '82-6; tea.. New Haven (Ct.) 
h.s., '86-. * Auth., 'Bearings of popular culture upon civiliz. ;" "Individuality." * m. 
Malvina M. Gove, Newton, Mass., 25 Nov. '5 6. 

*Robert Coates Allison. Hubbardton, Vt. 

(Jlergyman. * V.Pres. * b. Lamar, Pa., 2 Feb. '23; son of Matt, and Sarah (Bane); 
prep., Mifilinburg acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '53-4; supt., Clinton 
CO. (Pa.) schs., and prin. graded schs.. Lock Haven, '54-5; prin., Mifflinburg acad., '55-7; 
theol. sem.. Miillinhurg, '57-9; prof, of Eng. lit. and ment. and mor. sci.. State agr. col., 
'59-60; ord. (Presb.) Harrisburg, 3jun.'6o; pas., Tionesta, '60-3; Lafayette, N.Y., '64-6; 
w.c. Greenboro, '66-9; pas., port Penn, Del., '69-71; Scipio, N.Y., '71-6; Otisco, '76-9; 
Scipio, '79-82; Hubbardton, \t., '82-6. * m. Ellen C. Smith, Goshen, Mass., 12 Tan. '60. 

* d. 20 May '86. 

*Nathaniel Bailey Blanchard. Brockton, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. E. Abington, Mass., 16 Jul. '27; son of Danl. and Ruth (Hunt); prep., 
Andover acad. * A.B. *. Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '53-5; ord. (Cong.) Edgartown, Mass., 
15 Jul. '56; pas there, '56-7; Plymouth, '57-60; Brockton, '61-2. * m. Beulah P. Fisher, 
II Aug.'56. * d. Concord, N.H., 7 Aug.'62. 

James Buckland. 712 Penn Av., E. St. Louis, 111. 

Clergyman and real estate. * b. Sussex, Eng., i3Aug.'3i; son of Jos. and Rachel 
(Daniel); prep., Whiple acad., Legrange, Mo. * A.B.; A.M. * Law stu., St. Louis, 
Mo., '53; Harv. law sch., '54-6, LL.B. ; adm. to bar, '55; bus., St. Louis, Mo., '57-61; 
Memphis, Tenn., '61-2; in Europe, '62-3; law., St. Louis, '64-70; sec. and direc, Land co., 
E. St. Louis, HI., '70-4; tri'.stee, '75-9; real est. agt., '79-; ord. (Bap.) E. St. Louis, 27 Nov. 
'76; pas. tliere, '76-7; evang., '77-. * m. Frances F. Cushman, Rumford, Me., i Dec's?; 
(2) Christina McLagan, 28 Aug.'78. 

George Whitfield Clark. Hightstown, N. J. 

Missionary and author. * b. S. Orange, N.J., 15 Feb.'3i; son of John B. and Rebecca 
A. (Ball); prep., S. Orange. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Roch. theol. sem., '53-5; ord. (Bap.) 
New Market, N.J., '55; pas. there, '55-9; Elizabeth, '59-68; tea., priv. sch., '64-5; pas., Balls- 
ton, N.Y., '68-73; Somerville, N.J., '73-7; w.c, '77-80; miss, and dist. sec, Am. Bap. pub. soc, 
'80- * Trustee, Peddie inst., N.J., '81. * Auth., "Hist. 1st Bap. ch. of Elizabeth, N. 
J->" '63; "New Harmony of four gospels," '70; "Notes on Matthew," '70; "Notes on 
Mark," '72: "Notes on Luke," '76; "Notes on John," '79; "The mighty worker," '74; 
"Harmonic arrang. of the Acts, 'S4; "Brief notes on N.T.," '84; "Notes on the Acts," '90; 
"Commentary on Rom. and Cor.," '97; "Commentary on Gal. to Phil.," '01; "Clark's peo- 
ple's commentary on the N.T " * Mem., Trinity hist, soc, Dallas, Tex. * D.D., Roch- 
ester '72. * m. Susan C'. Fish, Halifax, Vt., 6 Sep. '55. 

Edwin Avery Cooley. Galesburg, 111. 

Farmer (retired). * V.Pres. * b. Sunderland, Mass., 2 Feb. '31; son of Chas. and 
Mary (Stowell); prep., Springfield h.s. * Commenc. orat. ; <J' B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Shef- 
field sci. sch., '55-6; tea., Marion, la., '56-7, '58-9; with la. geol. surv., '57-8; farmer, 
Sunderland, Mass., '59-64; tea., Leverett and Amherst, '64-5; sch. supt. under Freedmans' 
bur., Savannah, Ga., '65-6; farmer in 111., '66-70; prin., Gallipolis (O.) acad., '70-3; farmer, 
Galesburg, 111., '73-. * m. Nellie Davis, Rockingham, Vt., 30 Aug.'57. 

Amos Hill Coolidge. 7 Hancock St., Worcester, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Treas.. rec.sec, cor. sec, pres.; del. to '52 conv. * b. Sherborn, Mass., 
i7Aug.'27; son of Aaron and Catherine (Hill); prep., S. Braintree acad. * Commenc. 
orat.; A.B. * Stn., And. theol. sem., '53-6; ord. (Cong.) Leicester, 21 Apr.'s7; pas. there, 
'57~94; Worcester, '94-. * Pres., Amherst alum. assn. of cent. Mass.; trustee, Leicester 
acad., '57-, and pres., '73- * Auth., "Relation of Y.M.C.A. to the church," '72; "Memor. 
of Rev. John Nelson, D.D.," '74; "Religious hist, of 1st Cong. ch. in Leicester," '87; 
"Brief iiist. of Leicester," '90. * Contrib., Nezu Englandcr ; Homiletic mo.: Congrega- 
tioiialist. * Mem., Worcester soc. of antiquity. * m. Harriet M. Cooley, Palmer, Mass., 
30 Dec.'56. 



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*Samuel Chase Dean. South Bend, Neb. 

Clergyman. * I'.Frcs. * b. Oakham, Mass., 28 Mar.'23; son of Josiah and Betsey W. 
(Chase;; prep., W'illiston sem. * A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '53-6; ord. (Cong.) 
Reading, 13 Aug.'56; miss, under A.B.C.F.M. in India, '56-69; pas., Nacoochee, Ga., '69- 
72; miss., Steele city, Neb., '72-81; Wymore, '81-2; Plymouth, '82-5; South Bend, '85-90. 

* Auth., "Part references to N.T.," Marathi Bible. * m. Eliza. A. Abbott, Andover, 
Mass., 9 Aug. '56. * d. 9 Sep. '90. 

*Enoch Kraig Evans. Jerseyville, 111. 

Clergyman. * b. Shawangunk, N.Y., 27 May '21; son of Jas. and Eleanor (Quigley) ; 
prep., Andover acad. * A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '53-4; Prin., theol. sem., '54; 
tea., '54-67; Jerseyville, 111., '67-77; BentonvilJe, Ark., '77-8; Neosho, Mo., '78; lie. to 
preach, '78; pas., Lebanon, '78-9; Jerseyville, III., '79. * m. Charlotte E. Dickinson, 
Woodburne, N.Y., 3 May '54. * d. 18 Dec.'79. 

*Joseph Lerot Atwell Fish. Live Oak, Fla. 

Clergyman and teacher. * b. N. Amherst, Mass., 6 Sep. '28; son of Seth and Eliz. 
(Ball); prep.. Shelburne Falls acad. * A.B. * Stu., Newton theol. inst., '54-6: ord. 
(Bap.) Webster, Mass., 2 Jul. '56; pas. there, '56-63; Vineyard Haven, '63-5; HoUiston, 
'65-8; Holyoke, '68-71; miss., Uuluth, Minn., '72-5; pas., N.Hebron and Granville, N.V., 
75-8; pres., Florida inst.. Live Oak, '80-90. * m. Ann J. Atwood, New Boston, N.IL, 
15 Mar.'74; (2) Mrs. Ada B. Allen, Duluth, Minn., 17 Aug.'7S. * d. 26 Mar. '90. 

*William Dodd Flagg. Boylston, Mass. 

C'lergyman. * Oct. to '5.? conv. * b. Boylston, Mass., 6 Mar.'29; son of Stephen and 
Lucretia (Dodd); prep., Williston sem. * A.B. * Prin., Holyoke h.s., '53-4; stu.. 
Bang, theol. sem., '54-7; ord. (Cong.) Barton, \'t., 10 Jan. '58; w.c. Boylston, Mass., '58-9. 

* d. 12 May '59. 

James Riley Hale. 

Merchant. * b. Orwell, \'t., 14 June. "23; son of Benj. ' At Amherst, '48. * Stu., 
And. theol. sem., '53-4; Union theol. sem., '54-5; ord. (Cong.) Apr.'58; pas., DeKalb and 
Massena, N.Y., '58-61; tea., York, Pa.; marine, U.S.N., '61-5; merchant, Charlestown, 
Mass.; Portsmouth, N.H. (last known address).: * ni. Sarah F. Demerit, Boston, Mass., 
i.t Dec. '55. 

Daniel Clapp Litchfield. 120 Broadway, New York City. 

Broker. * b. Scituate, Mass., 5 Jul. '23; son of Nath. and j:)eborah (Clapp); prep., 
Worcester acad. * A.B. * Stu., Newton theol. inst., '5.3-6; ord. (Bap.) Bowdoinham, 
Me., '57; pas. there, '56-7; Oldtown, '57-63; Andover, '63-8; Bucksburg, N.J., '69-71; 
Brooklyn. N.Y., '74-5; Warwick, '75-82; com. broker, N.Y.city (res., Warwick). '82- * 
Sec. and treas., P.ucksburg savings bank, '69-71; fin. .sec, S.Jersey inst., Bucksburg, '71-2; 
N.Y. state sec. Bible and pub. soc, of Pliila., '72-4; del., U.S.Christian com., Gettysburg, 
Pa., and Warrenton, Va., '74. * ni. Mary E. White, Bangor, Me., 24 Nov. '59. 

Charles Fitch Morse. 22 Mt. Pleasant St., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Clergyman (retired). * b. Salem, Vt., 28 Jul. '25; son of Jos. and Abigail (Thomas); 
prep., St. Johnsbury acad * Commenc. orat. ; 4' B K. ; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., 
'53-6; ord. (Cong.) Reading, Mass., i3Aug.'56; miss., Constantinople, Turkey, '57-8; 
Adrianople, '58-62; Sophia, '62-7; Eski Zagna, '67-70; pas., Phillipston, Mass., '71-2; At- 
kinson, N.H., '72-5; Thetford, Vt., '75-8; Waterford, '78-81; Mclndoe's Falls, Monroe, 
N.H., '82-3; w.c, St. Johnsbury, Vt., '83-. * Trans, (into Bulgarian) "Tract primer" 
of N.Y. tract soc; "Bulgarian and Eng. diet." ' m. Eliza D. Winter, W. Boylston, 
Mass., 10 Aug.' 56. 

Ralph Lyman Parsons. 21 E. 44th St., New York City. 

Physician and proprietor of invalid home. * b. Prattsburg, N.Y., 30 Jul. '28; son of 
.Simeon L. and Catharine (Beamer); prep., Franklin acad. * Commenc. orat.; (t B K. ; 
A.B. ;A.M. * Med. stu., N.Y. med. col., '53-7, M.D. ; phys., N.Y. city asylum, '57-60; attend, 
phys., N.W.disp., N.Y.city, '60-2; acting asst. surg., U.S.A., '62-3; phys., Demilt. disp., '63- 
5: med. supt. and res. phys., N.Y.city lun. asylum, '65-77; med. supt. Kings co. lun. asy- 
lum, '77-8; prop., priv. home, N.Y.city, '79-80; Sing Sing, '80-; (res Greenmont.) * 
Auth., "Private care of the insane," '81; "Reciprocal insanity," '83; "Detention in asy- 
lums," '84; "Nomenclature in Psychiatry,'" '87; "Classification of mental diseases," '87; 
"Trial by jury as a means of ascertaining the mental state of an alleged lunatic," '83; 
"Obscure and early symptoms of general paresis," '85; "On the reception of voluntary 
patients at hosp. for insane," '91; "Contribution to the study of syphilis of the nerv. sys- 
tem," '93; "Senile insanities," '96; "On the mode of procedure under the new lunacy law 
of N.Y. state," '96; "The constructive forces," '97. * Mem., Neurological soc. N.Y. city; 
Neurological assn. of U.S.; Medico-legal soc; Acad, of med.; N.Y.co. med. soc. ; Soc. of 
Med. jurisprudence. * m. Helen L. Wait, N.Y.city, 7 Apr.'64. 



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Elbridge Pepper. South Norridgewock, Me. 

Clergyman. * b. Ware, Mass., soApr.'^;: son of John and Eunice (Hutchinson); 
prep., Worcester acad. * A.B.; A..AL * Stu., iVewton theol. inst., '57-60; ord. (Bap.) 
Effingham, N.H., 5 Dec. '61 ; pas. there and tea., '61-,^; pas., Farmingham, Me., '63-7; East- 
port, '67-71; Bradford, N.H., '71-84; S. Norridgewock, Me., '84-. " Postmaster, S. Nor- 
ridgewock, Me., '91-3, supt. of .schs., Bradford, N.H., '76-83; S. Norridgewock, Me., '85-7. 
* m. Hannah M. Lincoln. Albion, Me., 10 May '64. 

=!=Henry Reuben Pierce. Woonsocket, R. I. 

Teacher. * b. Coventry, \^t., 2. Tan. '28; son of Warren and Sally (McManus); prep., 
Williston sem. * A.B. ; A.M.. * Prin., Saxonville (Mass.) h.s., '53-54; Hopkinton h.s., 
'S4;5; law stu., Framingham, '55-6; prin., Uxbridge, '56-7; Woonsocket (R.I.) h.s., '57-61; 
iTeut., 5th R.I. vols., '61-2. * ni. Anna F. Tillinghast, Hopkinton, Mass., 12 Aug.'56. * 
d. Newbern, N.C., 14 Mar.'62. 

*Edward Henry Pratt. East Woodstock, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * b. Shrewsbury, Mass., 4 Nov. '26; son of Nathan and Sarah 
(Harlow); prep., Monson acad. * A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '53-4; And. theol. 
sem., '54-5; ord. (Cong.) E. Woodstock, Ct., i6Mar.'58; pas. there, '55-67; sec, Ct. temp, 
un., '67-78. * Trustee, Woodstock acad. * m. Martha A. Holden, Grafton, Mass., 28 
Feb.'56. * d. 13 Nov. '78. 

^Gilbert Brainerd Richardson. Hardwick, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. vVoburn, Mass., 21 Jul. '27; son of Gilbert and Hannah (Davis); prep., 
Warren' acad. * A.B. * Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '53-6; ord. (Cong.) Douglas, Mass., Jun. '57; 
pas. there, '57-60; Edgecomb, Me., '60-3; Robbinston, '63-6; Sheepscot Bridge, '66-71; 
Cumberland, '71-4; E. Alstead, N.FL, '74-81; Hardwick, Mass., '81-3. * m. Emily W. 
Spooner, Kenduskeag, Me., 4 Aug.'56. * Bro. Martin L.. '.sd. * d. 20 Feb. '83. 

"George Edward Sandborne. Hartford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Reading, Mass., 16 Apr. '27; son of Peter and Martha (Wakefield); 
prep., Andover acad. * A.B. ' Stu., And theol. sem., '53-6; ord. (Cong.) Georgia, Vt., 
I Tan.'s7; pas. there, '56-61; Portsmouth, N.H.. '61; Mt. Vernon, '61-5; Northboro, Mass., 
'65-70; Tolland, Ct., ''70-2; Hartford, '72-4; Enfield, '74-5; supt.. Steward retreat for 
insane, Hartford, '75-00. * Supt., Orphan asylum, Hartford, '70-5. * Auth., "Right 
hand of fellowship," '58. * ontrib., Hartford Religious Herald;^ Boston Traveller. * m. 
Annie E. Knowlton, Portsmouth, N.H., 10 Jun. '58. * d. 7 Jan. '00. 

Julius Spencer. 2330 Sarah St., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Clergyman. * b. St. Louis, Mo., 2iMar.'3i: son of Harlow and Theodosia (Cook); 
prep., .St. Louis h.s. * Commenc. orat. ; * B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., St. Louis h.s., 
Washington, Mo., '53-5; stu., Princ. theol. sem., '55-8; ord. (Presb.) Potosi, Mo., 19 
Apr.'63; pas., Atchison, Kan., '59-60; Caledonia. Mo., '60-3; w.c, St. Louis., '63-5; 
prin., Irondale acad., '65-73; supt., Washington co. schs., '73-5; pas., Prairie Home, 
111-, '75-7; w.c. St. Loiiis, '77-82; pas.. Grant, Pa., '82-6; French Creek, W.Va., '87-8; 
res.. Grove city, Pa., '89-92; pas., Parma, O., '92-7; res., Pittsburg, Pa., '97- * Contrib., 
Mid-continent; Interior; Christian nt ivork : Presbyterian: Am. S. S. u'orker ; Am. messen- 
ger; St. Louis Evangelist. * ra. Carrie T. Nelson, Princeton, N.J., 7 May '59. 

*Sanborn Tenney. Williamstown, Mass. 

College professor. * Rec.sec. v.f^res.. pres.; pres., '73 conv. * b. Stoddard, N.H., 13 
Jan. '27-^ son of Saml. and Clarissa (Royce); prep., Marlow acad. * ist soph, dec; A.B.: 
A.M. * Tea., Meth. norm, inst., Lancaster, Mass., '63-5; lect. on nat. hist, before Mass 
teachers' insts., '55-6: prof, of nat. hist., Vassar col., '65-8; Williams col., '68-77- * Lect 
before Lowell inst. * Auth., "Geol. for teachers, classes and priv. students"; "Nat. hist, 
of animals"; "Manual of zoology"; "Elements of zoology." * m. Abby A. Gore, Mil 
ford, N.H., 30 Jul.'55. * d. Buchanan, Mich., 9 Jul.'77. 

*Abner Haven Wenzell. Medfield, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Framingham, Mass., 7 Sep. '33; son of John and Mehitable (Haven); 
prep., Marlow (N.H.) acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Holliston, '53-4; prin., Milwaukee, 
(Wis.) acad., '54-6; E. Bloomfield (N.Y.) acad., '56-8; law stu. and law., Pittsburg, Pa., 
'58-63; tea., Edgartown, Mass., '63-5; prin., Marlboro h.s., '65-70: law., Medfield, '70-1. * 
m. Rosine M. Smith, Medfield, Mass., 22 Mar.'65. * d. 20 Apr.'7i. 



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1854 
*Israel Brundage. Chetopa, Kan. 

Clergyman. * b. Greenfield, Pa., 24 Aug.'sS : son of Jas. and Phebe (Farnam); prep., 
Franklin acad. * A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '53-6; ord. (Presb.) 7 Oct.'56; pas., 
Prompton and Waymart, Pa., '56-64- Kirkwood, N.V., '64-5; Conkling, '66-;; Paxton, 111., 
'67-74; Rochelle, '74-85; Chetopa, Kan., 'S5-90. * Auth., "The crisis; our duty as citi- 
zens." * m. Mary S. Bridgman, Paxton, 111., 8 May '56; (2) Sue L. Lathe, Boston, Mass., 
4 Dec. '72. * d. '90. 

*Edwin Dimock. Plainville, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Rec.scc, pres. * b. S. Coventry, Ct., SJun.'aS; son of Rufus and 
Eliz. (Hawkins); prep., Kimball acad., Meriden, N.H. * Salut. ; <i> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * 
Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '54-6; tutor, Amherst col., '56-7; ord. (Cong.) Orange, Mass., 14 
Apr.'sS; pas. there, '58-60; Fairhaven, Ct., '60-1; Terryville, '61-2; Plainville, '64-5. * 
m. Emerctta A. Risley, E. Windsor Hill, Ct., 11 Oct. "57. * d. Central city. Col., 3 
Nov. '65. 

Henry Clinton Fay. 10 Wallace St., W. Somerville, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Shrewsbury, Mass., 4Mar.'27; son of Solomon T. and Achash V. 
(Parker); prep., Leicester acad. * A.B. * Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '54-7; ord. (Cong.) 
Northwood,_N.H., 29 Dec. '58; pas., Richmond, Me., '57-8; Northwood, N.H., '58-64; Nor- 
ton. Mass.. '64-8; Hubbardston, '68-70; Harwichport, '70-2; Townsend, '73-6; Ayer, '76-7; 
Centre Brook, Ct., '77-80; Holden, Mass., '80-2; Northwood, N.H., '82-5; Londonderry, 
'85-8; N. Reading, Mass. (res., W. Somerville), '88- * m. Caroline E. Tallman, Rich- 
mond, Me., 14 Dec. '58. 

Heman M Glass. Lake Av., Rochester, N. Y. 

Seedsman. * Adm. hy Williams. * b. Stephentown, N.Y., i Oct. '30; son of Geo. W. 
and Eunice IL (Janes). * At Genesee, and Williams, '50-3; at Amherst, '53-4; commenc. 
orat.; <1' B K. ; A.B.: A.M * Tea., N.Y. city, '54-5; law stu., Honeoye Falls, '55-7; adm. 
to bar, '57; law., Omaha, Neb., '58-64; ed., Omaha Republican, '64-5; farmer, Handford's 
Landing, N.Y., '66-; seedsman, Rochester, '80-. * Mem., N.Y. assembly, '76. * m. 
Lucy A. Goodwill, Omaha, Neb., 10 May '59. 

Adoniram Judson Goodenough. 116 Union St., Providence, R. I. 

Bookseller. * I'.Prcs. * b. Sudbury, Mass., 6 Aug. '33; son of Dr. Levi and Cyn- 
thia (Rice); prep., Warren acad.. Woburn. * A.B.; .'\.M. * Med. stu., Pittsfield, Mass., 
and Boston, '54-6; clerk, Macon, Ga., '57-9; in bookstore, '59-63; Dayton, O., '63-5; Macon, 
Ga., '65-6; Providence, R.I., '66-80, '86-; res., Sudbury, '80-6. * m. Hattie M. Marsh, 
Macon, Ga., 13 May '62. 

*George Diah Alonzo Hebard. Oskaloosa, la. 

Clergyman. * b. Brookfield, \'t., 6 Sep. '31; son of Diah and Sally (Averill). * At 
Amherst, '50-3: at Dartmouth, '53-4, A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '54-7; ord. (Presb.) 
Sep. '58; pas., Clayville, NY., '57; Clinton, la., '57-61; Iowa city, '61-6; Cong. pas. there, 
'66-9; Oskaloosa. '69-70. * m. Margaret Mcrwin, N.Y. city, '57. * d. 14 Dec. '70. 

Milan Hubbard Hitchcock. Hubbardston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Hamilton; Cor.sec. * b. Marshall, N.Y., 27 Jan. '31; son of 
Abner and Irene (Miller); prep., Cary col. sem. * Commenc. orat.; <!> B K. ; A.B. * 
Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '54-7; ord. (Cong.) Bergen, N.Y'.. Sep. '57; miss., Ceylon, '57-60; 
pas., W. Boylston, Mass., '61-2; Westminster, '62-7; Winchendon, '67-9; miss., Constanti- 
nople, Turkey, '69-8.-;; pas., Hubbardston, iMass., '83-9; W^orcester, '89-99; Hubbardston, 
'99-. * m. Lucy A. Rice, Winchendon, 24 Sep. '57. 

Charles Hoover Holloway. 813 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Draftsman. * b. Phila. Pa., i6Aug.'3r; son of John T. and Eliz. (Search); prep., 
Central h.s. * Commenc. orat.; <l> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '54-7; 
ord. (Presb.) Greenville, N.Y., 27 Sep. '57; pas., Rensselaerville, '57; tea., Ashland col. 
inst., '58-9; pas., Ashland, '60-1; .Shelter Island, '62-4; prin., Randolph acad.. '65; Middle- 
town (l')el.) acad., '66-7; Cromwell (Ct.) h.s., '68; N. Salem acad.; pas.. N. Salem, '68-71; 
Toms River. N.J.. '71-2; prin., Newark (Del.) acad., '72-6; bookkeeper, Phila., Pa., '76-7; 
Newark, Del., '78-85; draftsman (res., loii Brown St.), Commonwealth title ins. and trust 
CO., Phila., Pa.. '86- * Contrib. to mags, of floriculture. * m. Rebecca P. Stratton, 
Phila., Pa., 28 Oct.'58. 

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Franklin Hubbard. 1105 Madison St., Toledo, 0. 

Business manager of schools. * Rrc.sec. * h. Leverett, Mass., i3jul.'27; son of 
Dickman and Eliz. C. (Field); prep., Williston sem. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Amherst 
h.s., '54; supt., Adrian (Mich.) schs., '55-66; wholesale leather dealer, Toledo, (J., '66-98; 
bus. mgr., of Toledo schs., '98- * Mem., Toledo bd. of educ. * m. Sarah R. Lyman, 
Sunderland, Mass., 29 Nov. '60. 

^''Charles Augustus Kimball. Salem, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Ipswich, Mass., 10 May '31 ; son of Chas. and Mary A. (Outrin); prep., 
Thetford (Vt.) acad. ' A.B.; A.M. * Law stu., Salem, Mass., '54-5; Harv. univ., '55-6, 
LL.B. ; N.Y.city, '56-7; adm. to bar, '57; law, N.Y.city, '57-9; Salem, Mass., '59-69. * 
Bro. Edw. P., Williams '57. * d. Ipswich, 12 Dec. '69. 

John C Kimball. Sharon, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Ipswich, Mass., 23 May '32; son of John and Rebecca (Gould); prep., 
Ipswich h.s. * Class poet; Eng. orat.; 4>BK.; A.B. * Prof, of langs., Marshall univ., 
'54-6; stu., Harv. div. sch., '56-9; ord. (Unit.) Beverly, Mass., 28 Dec. '59; pas. there, 
'60-2; chap., 8th Mass. vols., '62-3; pas., Beverly, '63-70; gen. agt.. Am. Unit. assn. on 
Pac. coast, '70-2; pas., Newport, R.I., '73-8; Hartford, Ct., '78-88; lect. and preacher, '88- 
00; pas., Sharon, Mass. * Contrib., Liberator ; Christian Register; Springfield Republi- 
can; Nation; Woman's Jour.; Unit. Review; Modern Science. * m. Emily O. Richard- 
son, Alstead, N.H., i Feb. '60. 

Willard Merrill. 95 Prospect Av., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Insurance. * b. Rome, N.Y., 16 Jan. '31 ; son of Jas. and Sarah (Catlin); prep., Rome 
acad. * Commenc. orat.; "{"BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Law stu., Rome, and Poughkeepsie law 
sch., '54-6; adm. to bar, '56- law., Prairie du Chien, Wis., '56-60; Janesville, '60-73; sec, 
N.VV. mut. life ins. co., Milwaukee, '73-82; 2d v. pres. and supt. of agencies, '82-93; v. pres., 
'93-. * Mem., Wis. legislature, '70-1; state bd. of charities and reform, '71-4; trustee, 
Riponcol. ; Milwaukee fern. sem. * m. Clara L. Dickinson, Conway, Mass., 8 Sep. '58. 

Norman Ailing Prentiss. 108 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

Teacher. * Pres. * b. Prattsburg, N.Y, 12 Jan. '29; son of Harvey P. and Livonia 
(Loomis); prep., Franklin acad. * Philos. orat.; <J> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Dan- 
ville, 111., '54-7; prin., (!arrolton (111.) acad. and theol. stu., '57-60; ord., 9 Sep.'6o; pas. 
Greenfield, 111.; Walnut Grove; Hamilton; Wythe; Mantua; W. Phila., Pa.; LaSalle, 111., 
'69-73: prin., Warsaw h.s.; tea., Aurora, '73-93; Evanston, '93-. * m. Emeline M. Hovey, 
S. Coventry, Ct., 26 Aug.'56. 

*Charles Parks Rugg. Ne-wr Bedford, Mass. 

Teacher. * Rec.scc. v. pres.. pres. * b. Hinsdale, N.H., 12 Aug. '27; son of Ziba and 
Caroline (Ide) ; prep., Leland acad., Townshend, Vt. * Commenc. orat.; <l> B K. ; A.B.; 
A.M. * Prin., Rochester (Mass.) acad., '54-7; Fairhaven h. s., '57-61; New Bedford h.s., 
'61-86; retired, '86-96. * Mem., Mass. h. of reps., '88-9, '93-4. * Auth., "Biog. rec. of 
Amherst col. class of '54," '72, '81. * m. Mary P. Ruggles, Rochester, Mass., 10 Aug.'57. 
* d. 9 Jun.'96. 

Uriel Whitney Small. West Leeds, Me. 

Clergyman. * Treas. * b. Pownal, Me., 23 Jul. '25; son of Enos and Beulah (Whit- 
ney); prep.. Bethel acad. * Commenc. orat.; <t> B K. ; .^.B. ; A.M. * Stu., And. theol. 
sem., '55-8: ord. (Cong.) Sterling, 111., 22 Sep. '59; pas. there, '58-65; Lisbon, '65-70; Cum- 
berland, Me., '70-1; Cumberland Mts., Tenn., '71-2; Turner, Me., '73-4; Wilton, '75-80; 
Sterling, 111., '80-1; Parkersburg, la., '81-2; Princeton, Minn., '82-7; New Braintree, 
Mass., '87-94; Boston, '94-8; W. Leeds, Me., '98-. * m. Mary E. (jilman, Sandwich, 
N.IL, Feb.'6o. 

*Silas Milton Smith. Waterloo, N. Y. 

Business. * b. Covington, N.Y., isjun.'si; son of Thos. P. and Polly (Fabrick); 
prep., Nunda acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Vermontville (Mich.) acad. '54-5; bus., 
Waterloo, N.Y., '55. * d. 5 Sep.'ss. 

1855 

Eli Gilbert Bennett. 183 Garfield PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clerk. * b. Georgstown, Ct., 2 Feb. '31; son of Sturges and Charlotte (Gilbert); prep., 
privately. * A.B.; A.M. * Clerk, Danbury, Ct., '55-60; merchant, Georgstown, '60-; 
clerk, N.Y.city. * m. Mary E. Birchard, Wilton, Ct., 4 May '59. 



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Albert Henry Bridgman. Pekin, 111. 

Postal clerk. * b. Belchertown, Mass., 6 Jan. '32; son of Henry A. and Mary (Strong); 
prep., Monson acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Alb. law sch., '55-6, LL.B. ; adm. to bar, 
'56; law., Amherst, Mass., '56-7; Maysville, la., '57-62; priv. and sergt., 32 la. vols., and 
clerk in provost marshals office, '6.^-5; farmer, Fairbanks, la., '65-71; ed., Pa.xton (111.) 
Record, '71-3; postal clerk, U.S.ry. mail service, '73- * m. Josephine Hartness, Albany, 
N.Y., ioFeb.'59. 

*Francis Frederick Brown. Reading, Mass. 

Physician. " Rcc.scc. * b. Sudbury, Mass., 12 Aug.'34; son of Edw. and Abigail 
(Rogers); prep., Warren acad., Woburn. * tCommenc. orat. ; 4> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * 
Tea., Royalsto>n and Sudbury, '55-6; I'"lushing (L.I.) inst., '56-8; .stu., Harv. and Berkshire 
med. schs., '58-62, M.D. ; asst. in lun. hosp., S. Boston, '61-2; asst. surg., 48th Mass. vols., 
'62-3; phys., Reading, '64-90. * m. Emma M. Clapp, Dorchester, 7 Jun.'65. * d. 13 
Jan. '90. 

John Curtis Caldwell. San Jose, Costa Rica, C. A. 

U. S. consul. * b. Lowell, \t., 17 Apr.'33; son of Geo. M. and Betsey (Curtis); prep., 
Lowell (.Mass.) h.s. * Commenc. orat.; •frBK.; A.B. * Tea., E. Machias, Me., "55-61; 
col., nth Me. vols., '61-2; brig, gen., ist brig., ist div., 2d army corps, '62-4; brev.maj.gen., 
'64; pres., milit. com., Washington, D.C., '64-6; adm. to bar, '66; adj. gen for state of Me., 
'67-9; consul to Valparaiso, Chili, '69-74; U.S. minister to Uruguay, '74-82; law., Topeka, 
Kan., '82-5; chairman, Kan. state bd. of pardons, '85-93; sec, '95-7; consul at San Jose, 
Costa Rica, '97-. * m. Martha H. Foster, E. Machias, 15 May '57. 

Micah Sampson Croswell. 1922 Darien PI., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Manager. ' Adm. by Colby. * b. I'armington Falls, Me., 20 Jul. '33; son of Thos. 
and Mary ((lower); prep., Waterville acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Geneseo (111.) 
sem., '55-6; merchant, Minn., '57-61; stu., Chicago theol. sem., '61-2, '66-8, B.D.; 1st lieut., 
Co. E, 8th Minn, vols., 25 Aug. '62; commissary, 27 Mar.'63; brev. maj., Jan. '66; brev. lieut. - 
col.. May '66; disch., 15 Sep. "66; pas., Emporia, Kan., '68-9; San F'rancisco, Cal., '70-1; So- 
noma, '71-7; Amboy, 111., '78-80, Paxton, 'So-83; Creston, '82-3; Independence, la., '84-6; 
Rogers, Ark., '86-7; w.c. Greenwood, '87-9; agt., Chicago Bible soc, '92-3; mgr., Los An- 
geles (Cal.) oil CO., '95-. * Contrib., Overland mo.; Advance; Indet'endent ; Pacific. * 
m. Mary E. Parsons, Milwaukee, Wis., 26 Sep. '65. 

*Charles Harris Crowell. Grass "Valley, Cal. 

School superintendent. * b. Windham, N.H., Jan. '30; prep., Pinkerton acad., Derry. 

* At -Xmherst, '51-2. * Tea.; sch snpt.. Grass Valley, Cal. * m. Aurelia Taylor, '57. 

* dead. 

*James Wilson Crowell. Londonderry, N. H. 

Student. * /'. pi-cs. * b. Londonderry, N.IL, 14 Aug.'3o; son of Peter. * At 
Amherst, '51-4. * d. 20 Jul. '55. 

Appleton Howe Fitch. Hopkinton, Mass. 

Business. * Rcc.scc. * b. Hopkinton, Mass., u Mar. '30; son of John A. and Lucy 
A. (Howe); prep., Hopkinton and Wilbraham acads. * A.B. * Tea., Dover, N.H., 
'55-6; Chicago, 111., '57-8; Dixon h.s., '58-9; Peoria h.s., "59-64: 1st lieut., 139th vols., 
'64; mfr.. Maples, Ind., '65-83; Kalamazoo, Mich., '79-86; sec, N.E. milk producers' un. 
(res., Hopkinton, Mass.), '86-92; bookkeeper, Chicago, 111., '92-6; settling an estate, Hop- 
kinton, Mass., '96-. * Sec, Mich, law and order lea.; mem.. Hopkinton sch. com. 

* Pub., "Extr. from law of Mich, relative to liquor traffic." * m. Harriet E. Bennett, 
Chicago, 111., 3 Oct. '59. 

*John Hartwell. Southbury, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Lincoln, Mass, 20 Dec. '2;; son of Saml. and Polly ( Hagar) ; prep., 
Lawrence acad., Croton. * "J- B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '55-7; tea.. Buck- 
land, Mass., '57-8; ord. (Cong.) Leverett, 29 Sep. '59; pas., Hartland, Ct., '58-9; Lever- 



ett, Mass., '59-64; Becket, '64-71; Southbnry. Ct., '71-8. * m. Sarah W. Southmayd, 
Middletown, 20 Jun.'6o. * Bro., Chas., '49. * d. 18 D 



Dec. '78. 



Martin Stoddard Howard. "Wilbraham, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Milford, Mass., 22 Aug.'3o; son of Jotham and Mary A. (White); 
prep., Mt. Hollis sem. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea and theol. stu., S.Dennis. Mass., '55-6; 
ord. (Cong.) W.Yarmouth, 20 Nov. '56; pas. there, '56-9; S.Dartmouth, '59-64; Groveland, 
'64-8; Wilbraham. '68. * Auth., sermons, addresses, special hymns, and poems, "Dawn 
and eventide." * Contr\h. , Congregatiunalist ; Ct. Valley Congregationalist. * m. Mary 
A. Carlton, W.Medway, 26 Sep. '55. 



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Savilian Richard HulL Exchange Bldg., New Haven, Ct. 

Lawyer. * b. Cheshire, Ct., i6 ]ul.' 27: son of Saml. and Rebecca (Manwaring). * 
At Amherst, '51, '52-3. * Stu., Yale law sell., '54-5; adm. to bar, '55; law., Meriden, 
Ct., '55-67; New Haven (res., 169 Elliott St.), '67. * m. Virginia Simpson, DeVVitt, la., 
9 Nov.'s8. 

^Chester Daniel Jefferds. Chester, Vt. 

Clergyman. * Fres. * b. Dix.'ield, Ale., 20 Feb.'aS; son of Rufus and Susan (Tor- 
rey) ; prep., Gould acad.. Bethel. * Cpmmenc. orat. ; 4" B K. ; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. 
sem., '55-8; ord. (Cong.) Chester, Vt., 2(j Oct. '58; pas. there, '58-62. * Auth., "Auto- 
biography," poems and sermons. * m. Electa E. Miller, Dummerston, Vt., 18 Jan. '59. 
* d. 22 Nov. '62. 

James Brown Lord. 19 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawyer * Pres. * h. Ipswich, Mass., 6 Jun. '35; son of Aaron P. and Sarah (Saw- 
yer); prep., Thetford acad., Vt. * Commenc. orat.; <1> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Hemp- 
stead (L.I.) sem.., '55-6; law stu., Salem., Mass., '5778; Harv. law sch., '58-60, LL.B.; adm. 
to bar, '60; law., Boston. '60-1; Methuen, '61-5; Boston (res., 75 W.Rutland sq.), '65-. * 
M. Arvilla Hibberd, Methuen, 11 Apr.'66. 

William Lewis Montague. Amherst, Mass. 

College professor. * Pres. * b. Belchertown, Mass., 6 Apr.'3i; son of Eph. and 
Laura (Sabin)- prep., Williston sem. * Salut. ; "tBK.; A.B.;'.'\.M. * Tea., Williston 
sem., Easthampton, '55-7; tutor in Lat. and math., Amherst col., 'S7-8; theol stu., privately 
and And. theol. sem., '58-9; lie. to preach (Cong.) 14 Feb. '60; sup. var. churches; instr. in 
Lat. and French, .■\mherst col., '58-62; asrt. prof, of Lat. and instr. in French, '62-4; 
prof, of French, '64-8; stu. in F.ur., '65-6, '71-2, '89-90: prof, of French, Ital. and Span., 
'68-91; lib., '64-78; registrar, '60-80; prof, of Ital., '91-5; lit. work, Paris, France, '96-00; 
tea of French and Ital., and lect. on Dante and "Divine comedy," .Amherst, '01-; 
direc, Amherst shimmer .sch. of langs., '83-96. * Auth., "Manual of Ital. gram.," '70; 
(3d ed.. '88); "Comp. gram, of the Span, lang.," '73; "Intro, to Ital. lit.," '75 (2d ed., 
'79): "Sketch of Am.'ierst col. lib." (in "Pub. libraries of the U.S.") '76; "French 
lang and lit." (in Johnson's Cychpedia) '76: "The Montague family in Eng.," an address. 
'82; ed., "Catalog of Amhc-rst col lib., '55-71": "Manvial of ch. of Christ in Amherst col.," 
'78; "Quarter centen. rec. of class of '55, Amherst col.," 'So;"Biog. rec. of non-grad. mems. 
of Amher.st col., '21-71," '8:; "Biog. rec. of alum, of Amherst col., '21-71," '83; "Hist, 
and geneal. of Monta>3;ue family in Am.," '85; "Mod. Ital. readings in prose and poetry," 
'93; ed. with intro. and notes. "La Fille de Roland, par Bornier," '95; ed., "Biog. rec. of 
alum, and non-grad. mems. of Amherst col., '71-96," '01. Contrib., New Eng. mag.: Acad- 
emy. * Mem., Societe de Linguistique de Paris; Am. philol. assn. ; Mod. lang. assn. 
of Am. * Ph.D., III. W'eslevan, '93. * m. Rebecca \V. Pope, Plymouth, Mass., 19 Aug, 
'58. 

Moses Noerr. 1016 Ann Av., Kansas City, Kan. 

Clergyman. * V. pres. * b. Phila.. Pa.. 17 Aug. '33; son of John M. and Wilhel- 
mina (Brant); prep., St. Louis (Mo.) Eng. and class, h.s. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Gen- 
eseo. 111., '56; stu., Princ. theol. .sem., '56-9; ord. (Presb.) Maquoketa, la., 19 Jun. '60; 
pas. there, '60-4; Bellevue, '64-6; Beulah and Coal Valley, 111., '68-70: Milan, '71-7; Gil- 
man, '78-80; Decatur, Mich., '80-3; Hamburg, la., '83-7; Leon, '87-91; Dallas Center, '91-2; 
Sidney, '92-6; evang., '96-. * m. Mrs. Cornelia M. Barrows, Tamalpais, Cal., 15 Jul. '96. 

Levi Sewall Packard. Pine Bluff, N. C. 

Teacher. * V. pres. * h. Spencer, Mass., 7 Jun. '34; son of Levi and Clarissa (San- 
ford); prep., Monson acad. * Commenc. orat.; <^ B K. ; .A.B.: A.M. * Tea., Chatham, 
N.Y., '55-7, '58-60; Nassau. '57-8; .Spencertown, '60-3; merchant, W.Sand Lake, '63-4; 
tea.. W.Stockbridge, Mass., '64-7; Charlton, N.Y., '67-9; Saratoga Springs, '69-83; Ticon- 
deroga, '83-6; Argyle, '86-8: Pine Bluff, N.C.. '88-. * Sch supt., Saratoga Springs; ed.. 
Southern home seekers' guide, Pine BluFF; postm.aster. Pine Bluff. * m. Anna E. Traver, 
Valatie, N.Y., 75 .A^pr.'58: (2) Marion P. Brown, Plattsburg, 26 Jun. '77. 

*Henry Jackson Richardson. Lincoln, Mass. 

Clergyman. * h. Middleton, Mass., 23 Jun. '29; son of Danl. and Olive B. (Perkins); 
prep., .Andover acad. * A.B. * Tea., iopsiiekl (.VTass.) acad.. '55-6; stu.. And. theol. 
sem., '56-9; ord. (Cong.) Lincoln, 6 Sep.'6o; pas. there, '60-92. * Auth., "Hist, manual 
of ist ch. of Lincoln," '72- * Contrih.. Congregationalist. * m. Mrs. Harriet A. (Col- 
burn) French, Lincoln, 26 Jun. '64. * Bro., Danl. IV.. Union '57. * d. 19 Dec. '93. 



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Horace Leonard Singleton. ■ 446 W. 23d St., New York City. 

Clergyman (retired). " Rec. sec, cor. sec; del. to '54 conv. * b. Portsmouth, Va., 
27 Dec. '33; son of Henry and Mary A (Reynolds); prep., privately. * A.B. * Stu., 
Princ. theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Presb.) Oct. '60; pas., Chillicothe, Mo., '60-2; Baltimore, 
Md., '62-3; Bel .Air, '63-4; Baltimore, '64-5; Wilmington, N.C., '66-71; cd.. Good News 
and Alliance, Baltimore, Md., '7-'-4; w.c, '74~; res., N.V. city, '87-. * Joint author, "The 
Monumental city, its past hist, and pres. resources." * m. Martha C. Morling, Baltimore, 
20 Oct. '63. 

*Ezra Thompson Sprague. Salt Lake City, Ut. 

Lawyer and court clerk. * Del. to '54 conv. * b. Windham, Ct., Jun. '33; son of 
Wm. B. and Johanna (Hutchins); prep., \V'.Killingly acad. * Commenc appt.; <1'BK.; 
A.B. * Tea., Danielsonville (Ct.) acad., '56: law stu., Madison, Wis., '56-7; adm. to 
bar, '57; law., '57-61: priv., ist Wis. vols., '61; adjt., 8th Wis. vols., '61-3; adj. gen. of 
brig., Jan. '63; adj. gen. of div., Jun. '63; col., 42d Wis., vols., '64-5; brig.-gen., '65; law., 
DePere, Wis., '65-70; circuit judge, '70-3; U.S. com. and register in bankruptcy, Salt Lake 
city, Ut., "73-88; clerk of supreme court, '76-88. * Trustee, Salt Lake acad., '78-88. * 
m. Helen A. Crandall, Madison, Wis., 20 Nov. "60. * Bro., Havilah M., '58. * d. 30 
Dec.'88. 

George Washburn. Robert Col., Constantinople, Turkey. 

Missionary and college president. * b. Middlehoro, Mass., i Mar. '33; son of Philander 
and Eliz. (Holmes); prep., Pierce acad. * Commenc. orat. ; it B K. ; A.B. * Stu., And. 
theol. sem., '57-8; '62-3; ord. (Cong.) Middleboro, ^g Iul.'63; treas., A.B.C.F.M., Constan- 
tinople, '58-62; miss, there, '63-8; prof, of men. and mor. philos., Robert col., '69-; direc. 
of col., '71-2; acting pres., '72-7; pres., '77- * Auth., "Woman; her work in the 
church;" "The deaconesses of Kaiscrweith on the Rhine." * D.D., '74; LL.D., '00. * 
m. Henrietta L. Hamlin, Constantinople, 15 Apr. '59. 

1856 
Lyman Bartlett. American Mission, Smyrna, Turkey. 

Missionary. * b. N.Hadley, Mass., 20 Feb. '31 ; son of Leonard and Hannah (Crosby); 
prep., Williston sem. * A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '58-61; ord. (Cong.) Morris- 
ville, V't., 8 Aug. '61; pas. there, '61-7; miss, under A.B.C.F.M., Caesarea, Turkey, '67-84; 
Smyrna, '84-. * m. (Tornelia C. Barrows, Columbus, N.Y., 30 Oct. '57. 

James Atwood Bates. South Royalston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Treas., v.pres. * b. Newton, Mass., 2 May '32; son of Jas. and Emily 
(Atwood); prep.,Monson acad. * Commenc. orat; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '57-60; 
ord. (Cong.) (5ranby, Mass., 19 Sep. '60; miss., under A.B.C.F.M., Jaffna, Ceylon, '61-3; 
pas., Huntington, Mass., '64-5; Belpre, O., '66-72; Brooklyn, '72-4; Lowell, Mass., '74-6; 
Wolcott, Vt., '76-8; Burton's Landing, '79-83; Williston, '83-9; Randolph, '89-98; S. Roy- 
alston, Mass., '98- * m. Sarah A. Tobey, Durham, N.H., 25 Oct. '60. * Bro., Edw. P., 

Josiah Beardsley. Rosendale, Wis. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Adelbert. * b. Ellsworth, O., 10 Feb. '33; son of Almus and 
Amanda (Cogswell); prep.. Cottage Hill acad. * At Adelbert, '51-2; at Amherst, '53-6, 
A.B. ; A.M. * Prin., Cottage Hill acad., '56-64: tea.. Baton Rouge, La., '64-5;prin., New- 
ton Falls (O.) schs., '65-6; Lancaster (Wis.) inst., '66-8; Albion acad., '68-73; ord. (Cong.) 
Sun Prairie, Wis., 9 ]3ec.'74: pas. there, '74-8; E.Troy, '78-88; Wilmette, 111., '88-93; 
Rosendale, Wis., '93-00; retired, Ripon, '00. * m. Emily Bingham, Ellsworth, O., 3 Mar.'64. 

*Joseph Bloomer. McGregor, la. 

Clergyman. * b. N.Washington, Pa., 10 Jun. '29; son of Jas. and Mary (Donnelly); 
prep., Andover acad. * A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '56-7; lie. to preach, '57; pas., 
McGregor, la., '57-8. * m. Caroline M. Backus, Norwich, Ct., 5 Nov.'57. * d. 21 Feb. 
'S8. 

Edward Emerson Bradbury. 458 Walnut St., Riverside, Cal. 

Grocer (retired). * Pres. * b. Westminster, Mass., 7 Feb. '32; son of Wm. S. and 
Eliz. (Emerson); prep., Westminster acad. * Salut. ; 4> B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Prin., 
Greenfield (Mass.) h.s., '56-7; Ware, '57-8; joint prop., Greenleaf fem. inst., Brooklyn, 
N.Y., '58-65; adm. to bar, '66; law., N.Y. city and Brooklyn, '66-71; dealer in munic. bonds, 
Boston, Mass., '71-3; broker, Boston, '73-5: asso. ed., Boston daily News, '75-6; tea., W. 
Somerville gram, sch., '76-7; sub-master, Cambridge h.s., '77-9; grocer. Providence, R.L, 
'79-98; res.. Riverside, Cal., '98- * m. Sarah J. Sykes, Templeton, Mass., 26 Nov.'56. * 
Bro., Wm. P., '56. 



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William Frothingham Bradbury.' 369 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Teacher. * Rcc.scc. * b. Westminster, Mass., 17 May '29; son of W'm. S. and Eliz. 
(Emerson); prep., U'estniinster acad. * \'aledic.; 't'BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Cam- 
bridge (Mass.) h.s., '56-65; Hopkins class, master, '65-86; head-master, "68-70, '78-9, '81-6; 
head-master, Cambridge Lat. sch., '86- * Pres., Middlesex co. teachers' assn., '67; Mass. 
teachers' assn., '78-80; mem., (sec, '99-) bd. of directors Handel and Haydn soc. of Bos- 
ton: pres., Cambridge clioral soc, '73-6; mem., Cambridge common council, '83-4; bd. of 
exams., Harv. univ., '73-5; bd. of visitors, Boston univ., '83-; toastmaster, Hollis (N.H.) 
3d semi-centen., '80. * Aiith., "Bradbury's trig, and surv.," '64; "Elem. algebra," '68; 
"Elem. geom.," '72 (univ. ed., '77); "Elem. trig.," '72; "Logarithms of numbers," '77; 
"Metric system," '79; "Bradbury's Eaton's prac arith.," '79; "Bradbury's Eaton's elem. 
arith.," '80; "Camljridge h.s. hist, and catalog," '82; (and Emery's) "Acad, alg.," '89; 
"Alg. exam, questions for adm. to Harv., Yale, Amherst, Dartmouth, Brown, and Inst, of 
tech.," '89; "Cambridge Lat. sch. hist.," '01. * Contrib., Mass. Teacher; Jour, of Educ; 
Boston Advertiser; Boston Herald. * Mem., Am. philol. assn. * L.H.D., '00. * m. 
Margaret Jones, Templeton, Mass., 27 Aug.'57. * Bro., Edw. E., '56. 

Chester Bridgman. Merchantville, N. J. 

Clergyman. * b. Westhampton, Mass., 3 Jul. '33; son of Clark and Sophronia (Clark); 
prep., Williston sem. * A.B. ; A.M. * Stu., Colum. theol. sem., '56-7; Princ. theol. sem., 
'57-9; ord. (Presb.) Woodstown, N.J., 5 Jan. '60; pas. there, '59-63; Ludlow, Mass., '64-6; 
Medfield, '67-8; VVilliamstown, N.J., '69-71; Portland, Pa., '71-3; Woodstown, N.J., '73-7; 
Torringford, Ct., '77-9; Greenfield Hill., '79-81; w.c, Woodstown, N.J., '81-96; Haddon- 
field, '96-7; Merchantville, '97-. * Auth., "Mechanism of man," '60. * Contrib., Con- 
gregationaltst : Religious Herald ; Observer. * m. Sarah H. Reed, Woodstown, 30 May '61. 

*Chester Lemuel Cushman. Jenksville, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Staflord, Ct., 29 Mar.'3i; son of Cap. Lemuel and Polly (Gage); 
prep., Monson acad. * Commenc oral.; <l> B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Williston sem., East- 
hampton, Mass., '56-7; prin., Peabody h.s., and theol. sem., '57-9; ord. (Cong.) Townshend, 
Vt., 21 Dec. '59; pas. there, '59-66; Ludlow, Mass., '66-74; Phillipston, '74-8; Jenksville, 
'78-81. * m. Laura A. M. Montague, Belchertown, 5 Aug.'57. * d. 21 Apr. '81. 

Josiah Hamilton Goddard. Orange, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Orange, Mass., 10 Feb. '30; son of Josiah and Miranda (White); prep., 
Saxton's River (Vt.) acad. * A.B. ; A.M. * Merchant, Orange, '56-8; prin., Troy (111.) 
h.s., '58-9; med. stu., Troy, 111.; Peterboro, N.Y.; N.Y.col. of phys. and surgs., 's9-6i, 
M.D.; phys., Huntington, Mass., '61-75; Orange, '75- * m. Eliza J. Corey, Dublin, N.H., 
30 Aug.'57. 

Edward Payson Goodwin. 354 Washington Boul., Chicago, 111. 

Clergyman. * b. Rome, N.Y., 31 Jul. '32; son of Solomon and Hannah (Hamlin); prep., 
Rome acad. * Philos orat. ; * B K. : A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Cong.) 
Burke, Vt., 10 Nov. '59; pas. there, '59-60; Columbus, O.. '60-7; ist ch., Chicago, 111., '68-. 
* Chap., U.S.A.; on Chris, com. * D.D., Western. Reserve, '68; Amherst, '69 * m. 
Ellen M. Cham.berlin, Lyndon, Vt., 27 Sep. '60. 

*Charles Edwin Griggs. Chaplin, Ct. 

Lumber dealer and pension attorney. * Rec.sec, v. pres., pres. * b.Pomfret, Ct., 21 
Jul.'27; son of Danl. and Eliz. (Hewitt); prep., Monson (Mass.) acad. * Commenc. orat. ; 
<I>BK.; A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '56-9: lie. to preach, Apr.'sg; pas., S.Coventry, 
Ct., '59; Stafford, Ct., '61-2; Hampton, '62-5; Windham, '65-6; Scotland, '66-7; Eastford, 
'67-8; Hampton, '68-70; Willington; '71-2; Abington, '73; tea. and occ supply, Chaplin, 
Ct., '73-8; Hampton, '78-9; tea., Chaplin, '79-83; Scotland, '83-4; Chaplin, '84-8; lumber 
dealer and pension atty., '88-91. * Chairman, Chaplin sch. visitors, '72-90; mem., Ct. h. of 
reps., '8s; judge of probate, '87-9. * m. Mary J. Hall, Chaplin, 5 Sep.'sg. * d. 9 
Aug.'gi. 

*George Mortimer Guernsey. Platteville, Wis. 

School superintendent. * b. Tioga, Pa., 4 Oct.'28; son of Levi B. and Abigail (Tyler); 
prep., Franklin acad. * A.B.;A.M. * Tea., Oswego (N.Y.) acad., '57-8; Milton (Wis.) 
acad., '58-60; prin. Platteville (Wis.) acad., '60-6; prof, of math. Platteville state norm, 
sch., '56-7; ins. agt., '67-75; sch supt., '75-85. * m. Martha J. Roach, Brooklyn, Pa., 15 
Dec!'56. * d. 4 Oct.'Ss. 



AMHERST— 1856. 279 

Hiram Collins Haydn. 1599 Euclid Av., Cleveland, 0. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. * b. Pompey, N.Y., ii Dec. '31; son of David E. and Lucinda 
M. (Cooley); prep., Pompey acad. * Class poet; commenc. orat. ; "t B K. ; A.B. * Stu., 
I.'nion theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Cone;.) VV. Meriden, Ct., 16 Jan. '62; pas., Montville, Ct., 
'59-61; VV. Meriden, 6_'-6; Painesville, C>., '66-71; St. Louis, Mo., '71-2; Cleveland, O., 
'72-80; dist. sec. of A.Pi.C.F.M., .V.Y.city, '8o-.^; pas., ist Presb. eh., Cleveland, O., '84-; 
pres.. Western Reserve univ., '87-90. * Trustee, Western Reserve univ., '69-; Lake Erie 
sem., '69-. * Auth., "Lay effort"; "Death and beyond"; "Amusements," '80; "The bles- 
sed man," '84; ed., "Am. heroes in miss, fields," '92-3; auth., "Brightening the world," '93; 
"'i'he Bible and current thought," '91. * D.D., Wooster '78; LL.D., Amherst and Mari- 
etta '88. ' m. Eliz. B. Coit, Norwich, Ct., i May '61 ; (2) Sarah J. Merriman, VV. Meri- 
den, Ct., 7 Jan. '64. 

*Thomas Peverly Herrick. Highland, Kan. 

l-'armer. * b. W.Bloomfield, N.V., 36 Feb. '33; son of Benj. and Cynthia (Hogan); 
prep., Lima. * Commenc. orat.; A.B. * Tea., Canandaigua (N.Y.) acad., '56-8; in poli- 
tics. Ban., '58-61; cap.; col., 7th Kan. cav., '61-5; merchant, '65-6; farmer. Highland, '66. 

* d. 9 Sep. '66. 

*James Edwin Hutchinson. Jacksonville, Pa. 

Student. * b. Jacksonville, Fa., Feb. '31. * .\t .A.mherst, '52-3 * d. 5 Mar.'53. 

Edward Pay son Kimball. 444 12th St., Toledo, 0. 

Lawyer. * At Amherst, '5J-4; at Williams '55-7, A.B. * See Williams. 

'•"Frederick Warren Lane. North Brookfield. Mass. 

Student. * b. N. Brookfield, Mass., 17 Jul. '30; son of Cap. David VV. and Eliza S. 
(Witt); prep., Monson acad. * Ai Amherst, '52. * d. 20 Dec. '53. 

John William Lane. North Hadley, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Cur. sec. * b. S. Newmarket, N.H., 7Sep.'27; son of Chas. and Han- 
nali (French); prep., Pembroke acad. and Merrimac norm. inst. * ist soph, dec; A.B.; 
A.M. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '56-9; tea. of elocu., .\mherst col., '58-61; ord. (Cong.) 
Whately, Mass., i7 0ct.'6o; pas. there, '60-78; N. Hadley, '78-86; instr. in elocu. and tea. 
of Eng., Mass. agr. col., '86-; tea., of elocu., sch. for Christian workers, Springfield, Mass. 

* V. pres. of trustees, Hopkins acad., Hadley. " m. Mary Haynes, Townsend, Mass., 
26 Aug.'68. 

Joel Linsley. 

Farmer. * b. Cornv/all, Vt., 27 Nov. '27; son of Horace. * At Amherst, '52-6. * 
Stu., L'nion theol. sem., '56-9; ord. (Cong.) i ,\pr.'6o; pas., HiUsboro, HI., '60-1; Man- 
lius, N.V., '61-2; farmer, Melville, '63-; Culpepper Court House, Va. (Last known address). 

Benjamin Mattice. Pueblo, CoL 

Real estate. * b. Middlebnrg, N.Y., 8 Apr.'3o; son of Peter and Catharine (Zeh) ; 
prep., Seoharie acad. * Commenc. orat.; A.B * Tea., Gallia acad., Gallipolis, O., '56- 
8; law stu.. Belle Plains, Minn., '58-9; tea., Middleburg, N.Y., '59-60; law stu. there, '60-3: 
adm. to bar, '63; clerk, Treas. dept., Washington, D.C., '63-6; law., Mascontah and Belle 
ville. 111., '66-73; Pueblo, Col., '73-84; real est. agt., "84- * Reg. in bankruptcy, 12 HI. 
di.st., '67-73; alderman, Pueblo; comr., gen. Presb. assem., '83. * m. Sarah L. Rayhill. 
Mascontah, 111., 27 May '69. 

*Franklin Burroughs Norton. Burlington, Wis. 

Station agent. * Rec.sec. * b. Ware, Mass., 5 Mar.'33; son of Allen and Huldah 
(Thomas); prep., Kimball (N.Y.) acad. * Ed., Magazine; commenc. orat.; <^ B K. ; A.B. 

* Tea., Mo. and Tenn., '56-61; stu., And. theol. sem., '61-2; Chicago theol. sem., '62-4; 
ord. (Presb.) Kenosha, Wis., 11 Jul. '64; pas. there, '64-6; Janesville, '66-9; Oshkosh, '71-6; 
sta. agt., M. & St.P.ry., Burlington, Wis., '76-93- * m- Harriet A. Dyer, Burlington, 6 
Jul. '63. * d. Pamonia, Cal., 13 Apr.'gs. 

Cyrus Henry Pendleton. Hebron, Ct. 

Physician. * b. Norwich, Ct., 5 Oct. '30; son of Adam and Hannah (Marsh); prep., 
-Xnd. acad. * Commenc. orat.; <1> B K. ; .\.Yi. * Med. stu., Bozrah, Ct., '57-8; Cleve. 
med. col., '58-60, M.D. ; phys., Montville, Ct., '61-2; Norwich, '62-4; Hebron, '64- * 
Town clerk, selectman, and sch. visitor, Hebron; judge of probate, '76-81; pres. elector, '88. 

* m. Mary M. Welles, Hebron, 9 Jul. '66. 



280 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Nathan C Pond. Port Chester, N. Y. 

Alanufacturer (retired). * b. Oakham, Mass., 29 Apr. '29; son of Eliliu and Rachel 
(Fuller); prep., Monson acad. * At Amherst, '52-4. * Tea. in Va., '55; prin., Spen- 
cer (Mass.) h.s., '56-7; Norwich (Ct.) graded sch., '57-8; Ansonia, '58-64; supt. and prin.., 
iJanbury h.s., '64-74; theol. stu., '68-70; supply, '70-80; mfr.. Port Chester, N.Y., '74-95; 
res., '95-. * Pres., Port Chester bd. of educ, '75-81. * A.M., '71. * m. Sarah E. 
Keep, Monson, Mass., i May '55. 

Martin Luther Richardson. Montague, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Woburn, Mass., i8Apr.'3o; son of Gilbert and Hannah (Davis); 
prep., VVarren acad. * A.B. * Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '57-9; ord. (Cong.) Woolwich, 
Me., 7Mar.'6o; pas. there, '60-3; Southbridge, '63-7; Sturbridge, '67-88; Brinifield, '89-91; 
Montague, Mass., '91-. * Mem., Mass. h. of reps., '71; trustee, Hitchcock acad., 17 yrs. 
* Contrib., Congregational rev. * m. Angeletta VVilson, Litchfield Corner, Me., 18 Aug. 
'59. * Bro., Gilbert B., '53. 

James RusseU. 359 Main St., Winchester, Mass. 

Settler of estates. * b. Westford, Mass., 23 Jan. '32; son of Chas. and Eliz. H. (Abbott); 
prep., Winchester li.s. * A.B. * Tea., Sudbury (Mass.) acad., '56-7; Winchester h.s., 
'57-8; lit. work and settler of estates, Winchester, '58-. * On San. com., '64-5; sch. supt., 
Winchester; mem., sch. com. * Contrib., periodicals and newspapers. 

Joseph RusselL Caledonia, Miss. 

Clergyman. * b. Stratford, Ct., 16 Feb. '31; son of Alden; prep., Stratford acad. * 
At Amherst, '52. * Meth. pas. in Ala. and Miss. * m. Carrie Irons. 

*William Swinton. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Author and educator. * b. Salton, Scot., 23 Apr. '33; son of Wm. and Jane (Currie) ; 
prep., Knox acad. * At Amherst, '52. * Tea., Goldsboro (N.C.) fern, sem., '53; N.Y. 
city; war corresp. of N.Y. Times, mainly with army of Potomac; prof, of belles-lettres, 
univ. of Cal. ; auth. (res., Brooklyn, N.Y'.) * Auth., "Rambles among words," '59; "The 
limes' rev. of McClellen," '64; "Address of the Rep. nat. com. to the Union soldiers and 
sailors," '64; "Campaigns of the army of the Potomac," '64; "Sch. composition," '67; 
"Twelve decisive battles of the war," '70; "Hist, of the N.Y. 7th reg. during the rebellion," 
'70; "Word analysis," '71; "Condensed sch. hist, of the U.S.," '71; "Word book of spell- 
ing," '72; "Primary hist, of U.S.," '72; "Word primer," '73; "Outlines of the world's 
hist.," '74; "Course in geography" (primary, elementary, complete), '75; "Bible word 
book," '76; "Lang, primer," "Lang, lessons," "New lang. lessons," Progressive gram.," 
"New Eng. gram.," "Gram. .sch. geog.," "Studies in Eng. lit.," "Univ. of California before 
the people and the law," "Easy steps for little feet," "Golden book of choice reading," 
"Book of tales," "Readings in nature's book," "Seven British classics," "Seven Am. clas- 
sics." * Gold medal at Paris exposition of '78 for series of educ. works. * Contrib., 
Putnam's mag.; Atlantic mo. * A.M., '66. * m. Catharine Linton, Montreal, Que., 4 
May '53. * d. 

1857 

Charles Elbridge Allen. Rood House, 111. 

Physician. * b. Princeton, Mass., 23 Jun.'27; son of Abner. * At Amherst, '53. * 
Stu., Rush med, col., '58-61, M.D.; phys.. Blue Island, 111., '61-3; Mineral Spa., '64-75; 
Rood House, '75-. * Auth., "Diphtheria, cause and cure"; "Menorrhagia, cause and 
cure"; "Medicamentum natune." * m. Marcia D. Hale, Leominster, Mass., 27 Sep.'59; 
(2) Eliz. NLxon, Mineral Spa., 111., 2 Oct. '71. 

*Henry Franklin Blodgett. Lafayette, Ind. 

Lawyer. * b. W. Stafford, Ct., 20 Jan. '31; son of Dr. Joshua and Almira (Gay); prep., 
Monson (Mass.) acad. * 'I'BK.; A.B. * Tea., Lafayette, Ind., '57-8; law stu., '59-64; 
adm. to bar, '64; law., Lafayette, '66-80. * d. laJul.'So. 

*James Theodore Briggs. San Antonio, Tex. 

Merchant. * b. Orange, Mass., i9Nov.'3i; son of John and Mary (Holbrook); prep., 
Williston sem. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Honesdale, Pa., '57-60; Sutherland Spa., Tex., 
'61-71; dealer in mill stuffs, San Antonio, Tex., '71-96. * Lieut., C.S.A., '62-3. * m. 
Zilla G. Clark, Amherst, Mass., 29 Nov.'59; (2) Martha E. Raymond, Brookline, Pa., 23 
Mar.'82; (3) Anna L. Paul, San Antonio, 29 Feb.'Ss. * d. 9 Jan.'96. 



AMHERST— 1857. 281 

William Otis Carr. 399 Broadway, Lynn, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Derry, N.H., i9jun.'34; son of Wm. D. and Clarissa (Cobb); prep., 
Pinkerton acad. * ist soph, dec, A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '57-60; ord. (Cong.) 
Barnstead, N.H., i3Feb.'6i; pas. there, '61-90; w.c, Derry, '90-4; Lynn, Mass., '94-. * 
m. Laura F. Nutter, Barnstead, 9 Dec.'73; (2) Mrs. C. A. Brown, Lynn, 13 Jun.'93. 

Jacob Crawford Clapp. Catawba College, Newton, N. C. 

Clergyman. * Del. to ' S7 conv. * b. Alamance, N.C., 5 Sep. '32; son of Joshua and 
Delilah (Hoffman); prep., Catawba col. prep. dept. * Commenc. orat. ; A.B. * Tea., 
Alamance, Bolton's Depot, Miss.; prof, of Latin and Creek, Catawba col., '60; pres., '61-00; 
theol. stu.; ord., Newton, May '65; pas. several charges in Lincoln and Catawba cos., '67-. 

* Lieut., C.S.A. ; jus. of peace and U.S. register. * D.D., Ursinus. * m. Emma Lewis, 
Bolton's Depot, Miss., 4 Jul.'6o. 

Asahel Lewis Clark. Kingston, R. I. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. * h. Amherst, Mass., 25 Jul. '32; son of Simeon and Myra 
(Cowles); prep., Kimball acad., Meriden, N.H. * A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '57- 
60; ord. (Presb.) Scranton, Pa., iijun.'6i; pas. there, '61-70; Greenport, N.V., '71-6; 
Elizabeth, N.J., '76-9; Florida, N.V., '79-84; Simsbury, Ct., '84-9; Kingston, R.I., '89-. 

* m. Phoebe P. Gooch, Groton, Mass., 19 Sep. '60. ' Bro., Royal W., '38. 

George Trask Higley. Ashland, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Framingham, Mass., 9 Mar.'37; son of Selah and Eliza (Wenzel); prep., 
Mt. HoUis sem. * Commenc. orat.; <J>BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., VV. Bloomfield, N.Y., 
and Danville, 111., '57-8; stu., Chicago theol. sem., '58-60; ord. (Cong.) Ashland, Mass., 31 
May '61; pas., De Kalb, 111., '60-1: co. clerk and act. Q.M.sergt., 13th N.V. cav., '64-5; fruit 
packer, '66-72; stu., Boston univ. law sch., '71-3, LL.B.; adm. to bar, '73; law., Ashland, 
Mass., '73- * m. Mrs. Martha R. (Smith) Wenzel, Medfield, Mass., 2 Oct.'73. 

Henry White Jones. Claremont, Cal. 

Clergyman. * b. Southampton, Mass., 17 Oct. '30; son of Dr. Bela and Sabina (White) 
prep., Monson acad. * Sec. and ist prudential com., Alexandria; A.B. * Stu., flart 
theol. sem., '57-60; ord. (Cong.) Bingham, Mass., 24 May'66; pas., Hadlyme, Ct., '60-6 
Hingham, Mass., '66-71; Swampscott, '71-4; St. Johnsbury, \'t., '75-85; Vacaville, (L'al. 
'85-9; Claremont, '93-6; w.c, '96-. * m. Isabella F. Foster, Windham, Ct., 21 Sep. '60 
(2) Hannah E. Ferry, Grand Haven, Mich., 25 Dec. '72. 

Daniel Warren Richardson. Derry, N. H. 

Clergyman. * At Amherst, '53-4; at Union", '54-7, A.B. * See Union. 

Daniel Henry Rogan. Athol, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Kingsport, Tenn., 4jun.'3o; son of John G. and Mary (Smith); 
prep., Williston sem. * Commenc. orat.; •t'BK.; A.B. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '57-9; 
ord. (Presb.) Bristol, Tenn., Nov. '59; pas. there, '59-61; Bernardston, Mass., '61-3; Green- 
field, '63-5; N. Amherst, '65-6; Hudson, Wis., '66-70; Orange, Mass., '70-1; Newton, la., 
'71-4; Anoka, Minn., '74-5; Newton, la., '75-80; Cedar Rapids, '80-4; Athol, '84-8; Rowe, 
'88-90; Athol, Mass., '90-. * ni. Harriet E. Hunt, Amherst, Mass., 10 May '59. 

Daniel Foster Savage. Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Bee keeper. * b. E. Machias, Me., 31 Jan. '28; son of Danl. and Sarah (Thaxter); 
prep., Andover acad. * At Amherst, '52-4; '55-6. * Stu., .'N.nd. theol. sem., '58-61; ord. 
(Cong.) Lawrence, Mass., 16 Oct. '61 ; pas., Cedar Rapids, la., '61-2; Cass, '62-3; Stacy- 
ville, '63-4; tea., '64-8; pas., Stoddard, N.H., '69-70; w.c, Danvers, Mass., '70-82; Medina, 
O., Belleville, 111., '82-4; Hopkinsville, Ky., '84- * Contrib., Danvers Mirror; Chicago 
Inter-Ocean. * m. Eliz. M. Bosworth, Boston, Mass., 17 Sep. '61; (2) Nancy M. Weeks, 
Tamworth, N.H., 21 Sep. '69. 

♦Abial Harrington Slayton. 

. * b. S. Woodstock, Vt., 24jun.'34; prep., Kimball acad., Meriden, N.H. * 

At Amherst, '53-4. * At LaCrosse, Wis., '56; disappeared, '56; probably dead. 

Denis Wortman. Saugerties, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * Treas., pres.; del and sec, '57 conv.; poet, '92 conv. * h. E. Fishkill, 
N.Y., ?oApr.'35; son of Dr. Denis and Eliz. (Rapalji); prep., Amenia sem. * Pres., 
Athenian lit. soc. and soc. of inquiry; ed., Magacine; 4> B K. (Union Hon.); A.B. * Stu., 
N.B. theol. sem., '57-60; ord. (R.D.) Brooklyn, N.Y., 17 Jun.'6o; pas., S. Bushwick, '60-3; 
Phila., Pa., '63-6; Schenectady, N.Y., '65-71; occ supply in N.Y. state, '71-80; pas., Fort 



282 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

Plain, '80-3; Saugerties, '83- * On Chris, com., '64; del. of Am. chs. to world's evan. 
alliance, Amsterdam, '67; chap., 183d reg., N.G.N.Y., '70-; trustee. Union col, '83-; N.B. 
theol. sem. * Auth., poem, "Reliqnes of the Christ," '88; discourses — "Living for princi- 
ples" (before anti-sec. assn. of Rutgers col.), '62; "Resume of the geol. argument,''^ '65; 
"Lincoln," '65; "Welcome home to the soldiers," '65; "Prof. Taylor Lewis, LL.D.," '78; 
"The pulpit in a silent home' (Mrs. M. A. Myers), '79; "The church outside the church," 
'80; "Thanksgiving," '80; "200th anniv., 1st R.D. ch. of Schenectady," "80; "Garfield," '81; 
"Bible revised," '81; "Hon. Webster Wagner," '82; "The historian of the Mohawk Valley" 
(T. R. Sims), '82; "Gordon of Soudan," '83; "Gen. Grant," '83; "To the Union Veterans," 
'84; "Mastership through service" (Rutgers col.), '84; "The immortalities of man" (Union 
col.), '8s; "Immediate evangelization of Am.," '86; "Lessons from the quarries," '86; "Les- 
sons from the figless fig tree" (Wellesley col.), '88; address at anniv. of Me. state Bib. 
soc, '89; "Preaching for our time," '89; "Prep, for 19th century," '91; "How we helped 
pay the miss, debt" (poem) '91; "Wortman genealogy," '94; "How can we know the way" 
(Cornell univ.) '99; "Spiritual lessons of total eclipse," '00; "Ve are (iod's poems," '01. * 
Asso. ed.. Cut geius, '99-00; contrib.. Independent : Cliristiiin intelligencer ; Christian tit 
ivorl;: Am. Presb. rev.: Homil. mo. rev.; Mail and e.vprcss. * D.D., Union '70. * m. 
Jessie Babcock, Troy, N.Y., 3 Jun.'Ss. 

1858 

James Brown Beaumont. 48 South St., Morristown, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Pres. * h. Dresden, N.Y.. 5. Tun. '31; son of Jos. H. and Anna M. 
(Brown); prep., Franklin acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Canandaigua (N.\.) acad., '58- 
9; stu., Aub. theol. sem., '59-62; ord., (Presb.) Olean, 5 Jun.'62; pas. there, '62-7; Waverly, 
'67-71; Washingtonville, '71-81; Chatham, N.J., '82-91; Morristown, '91-. * Trustee. 
Olean and Waverly acads. * m. Anna P. Gaylord, Naples, N.V., 2 Jul. '62; (2) Harriet 
N. Morris, Montclair, N.J., :;i Nov.'67. 

Daniel Jay Bliss. Leonard's Bridge, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Warren, Mass. 21 Oct.'33; son of Sam.l. H. and Lucy (Hitchcock); 
prep., Kimball acad.. Meriden, N.H. * A.B. * Stu., And. theol. .-^em., '58-61 ; pnv., 
34th Mass. vols., '62--;; ord. (Cong.) Holland, Mass., 8 Dec. '68; pas. there, '68-74; Hamil- 
ton, Minn., '74-5; Peru, Ma.ss., '75-80; Harpersfield, N.Y., '80-4; Abington, Ct., '84-90; 
Leonard's Bridge, '90- * m. Leroph A. Bemis, Warren, Mass., 20 Apr.'66. 

William Louis Bray. Sheldon, la. 

Clergyman. * b. St. Martin's parish, Eng., s Feb. '32; son of Wm. and Jennie (Run- 
del); prep., Plattsville (Wis.) acad. * A.B. * Stu., Chicago theol. sem., '58-9, '60-1; 
And. theol. sem., '59-60; ord. (Cong.) 8 Aug.'6i ; pas., Aurora, HI., '61-7; St. Joseph, Mo., 
'67-8; Hatfield, Mass., '68-9; Marshalltown, la., '70-4; Kalamazoo, Mich., '74-5; Clinton, 
la., '75-84; Kenosha, Wis., '84-91; St. Paul, Minn., '91-2; Rhinelander, Wis., '92-4; Ash- 
land, Wis., '94-6; Oskaloosa, la., '96-9; Sheldon, 99-. * m. Emily A. Temple, Galena, 
HI., i6Jul.'6i. 

*Andrew Josiah Clapp. Shutesbury, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Southampton, Mass., 2 May '33; son of Almin and Roxanna A. 
(Barnes'); prep., Andover acad. * Commenc. orat. ; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '58- 
61; ord. (Cong.) Shutesbury, Mass., 19 Feb.'62; pas. there, '61-3. * m. Ophelia A. 
Searle, Southampton, 15 Apr.'62. * d. 13 Sep.'63. 

*Royal Washburn Clark. Amherst, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Amherst. Mass., 2SApr.'34; son of Simeon and Myra (Cowles); 
prep., Amherst acad. * A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '58-61; lie. to preach. Mar.'6i; 
res. and occ. supply, Amherst, '61-79. * Bro., Asahel L., '5-. * d. 28 Mar.'79. 

*James Collins. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Physician. * b. Pineville, Pa., 2oOst.'3i; son of Andrews and Eleanor (Simpson); 
prep., Williston sem. ■* A..B.; A.M. * Med. stu., univ. of Pa., '58-60, M.D.; Gottingen, 
Ger., '60-1; surg., 3d Pa. vols., '61-4; in Libby prison, 6 Jul. to i7Aug.'62; asst. surg., 
U.S.A., '64-5; surg., '65; brev.lieut.col., '65; phys., Phila, Pa., '65-95. * Demonstr. of 
surgery, univ. of Pa., '65-9; on bd. of pension exams., 12 yrs. ; visiting surg.. Gen. hosp.. 
-^75-87 • aural surg. to Phila. eye and ear infirmary; del to internat. med. congress at Wash- 
ington, D.C.; and Berlin; mem., 13th section sch. bd. ; pres. of N. med. assn; mem., Phila. 
CO. med. soc; State med. assn.; Am. med. assn.; Acad, of surgery and pathological soc. 



Elisha 



Auth "The experience of a non-combatant during the peninsular campaign;" "Life of 
,ha B.' Shapleigh, M.D." * m. Eliz. Jones, Phila., 29 Apr.'7o. * d. 7 Oct.'gs. 



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Edward Payson Gardner. Chatham, N. J. 

Clergyman. * Adm. by Hamilton.; del. to '58 conv. * b. Buffalo, X.V., 2 Feb. '38; 
son of Xoah H. and Fanny (Foster); prep., privately. * At Hamilton, '54-5; at .\mherst, 
'55-8; commenc. oral.; 4>BK.; A. I!. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '59-62; ord. (Presb.) 
Cherry X'alley, X.Y., 11 F"eb.'64; pas. there, '64-8: Hoboken, N.J., '68-72; Cleveland, O., 
'72-6; evang., Bufifalo, N.V., '76-8; Portland, Me., 'yy-i; E. Orange, N.J., '78-9; pas.. Fair- 
port, N.V., '80-3; Medina, '83-6; Appleton, Wis., "86-91; Chatham, N.J., '91-. * Auth., 
"Gospel work and truth,'" '77. * Contrib., Notes for Bible study, '84-96. * D.D., Gale 
'00. * m. Marietta A. Hall, \V. Bloomfield, N.Y., 5 Sep. '77. * Son, Edtv. H., '05. 

John Francis Gleason. S. Amherst, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Bedford, Mass., 23 May '35; son of Lewis P.; prep., K.U. acad. * 
At Amherst, '54-5. * Tea., Bedford, '57-60; priv., Co. F, 22d Mass. vols, and U.S. genl. 
service, '61-6; clerk, war dept., Washington, D.C., '64-6; in treas. dept., '66-8; stu., George- 
town med. sch., '68-70, M.D.; Columbia theol. sem., "70-1; ord. (Cong.) Washington, D. 
C, 7 Jan. '73; pas. Williamsburg, Mass., '73-5; Norfolk, Ct., '76-85; Needham, Mass., '86- 
95; S.Amherst, '96-. * m. Olive M. lefferds, S. Boston, Mass., 18 Sep. '61. * Son, 
Edwin P., '88. 

♦Stephen Harris. Phillipston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Fitzwilliam, X.H., 27 Jan. '30; son of Levi and Xancy A. ( Ryam) ; 
prep., Kimball acad., Meriden. * A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '58-60; .\nd. theol. sem., 
'60-1; ord. (Cong.) Windliam, \'t., 24 Oct. '61 ; pas. there, '61-9; W. Sufheld, Ct., "69-72; 
Indian Orchard, Mass., '72-3; Phillipston, '73-4. * Sch. supt., Windham, N't. ; mem., \'t. 
h. of reps., '64-7. * m. Clara W'. Barton, Granby, Mass., 4 Sep. '61; (2) Jane .\. Stearns, 
Windham, Vt., 3 Oct. '70. * Killed, .Vthol, Mass., 28 Jun.'74. 

*Henry Hastings. East Machias, Me. 

Clergyman. * b. Windham, Vt., 27 Sep. '33: son of Nathan and Esther (Woodward); 
prep., Chester. * A.B. * Stu., Union theol. sem., '58-61; ord. (Cong.) St. Stephens, 
N.B., II Jun.'62; pas., Windham, Vt., and Spring Mills, Pa., '61-2; E. Machias, Me., '62-3. 
* d. Townshend, V't., 19 Jan. '63. 

Chester Warner Hawley. 126 Main St., Amherst, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Hadley, Mass., 2oSep.'34; son of Isaac and Persis (Ball); prep., 
Cortland acad.. Homer, N.V. * Commenc. orat. ; 4> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. 
theol. sem., '58-61; ord. (Presb.) 2 May '61 : pas., Liverpool, N.Y., '61-4; chap., 185th N.Y. 
inf. vols., '64-5; pas., Waterville, N.Y., '65-71; Batavia, '71-4; Denver, Col., '74-6; Am- 
herst, Mass., '76-9; Atlanta, Ga., '79-81: treas., Fisk univ., Nashville, Tenn., '82-4; prin., 
sch. for young women, Clinton, N.Y., '84-98; pas., Amherst, '98-. * m. Alzoa A. Thomp- 
son, Homer, N.Y., 7May*6i; (2) Martha Jaqueth, Liverpool, N.Y., i2jun.'72. * Sons. 
Rat[>h C. and Edwin C, '01. 

*Edwin Hunt. Utica, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Sudbury. Mass., 24Aug.'37; son of Sewall and Sophia (Puffer); prep.. 
Concord h.s. * Commenc. orat.; +BK.; A.B. * Tea., Enfield, Mass.; N. Bridgewater; 
Sudbury; Liverpool, N.\'.; Haydenville, Mass.; Sherborn, '58-65; Utica (N.Y.) free acad., 
'65-80. * Ph.D., Hamilton '71. * m. Mary M. Brown, Sudbury, Mass., 28 Aug.'66. * 
d. 24 May '80. 

*Henry Martin Kellogg. Bloomington, 111. 

Soldier. * b. Shelburne, Mass., 10 Jan. '34; son of Elam. * At Amherst, '54-7. * 
Prin., Bloomington (111.) h.s., '57-9; priv., Co. C, 33d 111. vols.; lieut. and cap., '61-3. * 
m. Sarah. A. Whiting, Buckland, Mass., 26 Aug.'58. * Killed, X'icksburg, Pa., 20 May '63. 

♦Ed'wrin Elisha Merriam. Salem, Pa. 

Clergyman. * b. Mason, N.H., 3 Aug.'36; son of Elisha J. and Lucy R. (Love); prep., 
Plymouth h.s. * A.B. * Tea., Simsbury, N.C., 58-9; Rocheport, Mo., '59-60; stu.. 
Union theol. sem., '60-3; ord. (Presb.) Salem, Pa., 3 Aug.'64; pas. there, '64-5. * d. 17 
Feb. '65. 

George Hervey Miles. 

Clergyman. * b. Rutland, Mass., 15 Nov. '33; son of Jos.; prep., Leicester acad. * At 
Amherst, '54-6. * Pas., Cassopolis, Mass ; St. Joseph, Mich.; St. Charles, Minn., '70- 
(last known address). * m. Mary A. Fyfe, 6 Oct.'s/. 



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Samuel Bartlett SherriU. Clifton Springs, N, Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Lebanon, N.Y., 3 Feb. '3 2; son of Horace R. and Rebecca (Shapley); 
prep., Cortland acad., Homer. * Commenc. orat. ; A. H.; A.M. * Stu., And. theol. sem., 
'58-61; ord (Presb.) Meridian, N.Y., 4 Feb. '63; pas., New Hartford, N.Y., '61-2; pas., 
Meridian, '62-8; Bellcvue, O., '68-73; w.c. New Hartford, N.Y., '73-4; pas., Fairhaven, 
Vt., '74-6; Moravia, N.Y., '77-80; W. Bloomfield, '80-92; Palmyra, '92-8; Clifton springs, 
'98- * m. Louisa B. Root, New Hartford, 21 Jun.'64; (2) Annie B. McCall, Utica, 11 
Apr.'77. 

*Havilah Mowry Sprague. Fremont, N. Y. 

Physician. * b. Windham, Ct., 4 Jul. '35; son of \Vm. B. and Joanna (Hutchins) ; prep., 
W. Billingly acad. * Commenc. orat.; * B K. ; A.B. * Med. stu., W. Killingly, Ct., N.Y. 
city and N.Y. univ. med. sch., '58-61, M.D.; asst. surg., U.S.A., '61; phys., St. Louis (Mo.) 
gen. hosp., '61-3; mem., bd. of med. exam., '63-4; phys.. Ft. Schuyler (N.Y.) gen. hosp., 
'64-5; W. Farms, '65-8; Fordham, '68-74. * '"• Sarah G. Danielson, W. Killingly, Ct., 27 
Mar. '66. * Bro., Ezra T., '55. * d. 30 May '74. 

^Gardner Perry Stickney. Groveland, Mass. 

Theological student. * b. Groveland, Mass., i Nov. '35; son of Danl. B. and Anna 
(Parker); prep., Merrimac acad. * Commenc. orat.; * B K. ; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. 
sem., '58-60. * d. Urbana, O., 29 Mar.'62. 

*James Edwin Tower. North Brookfield, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Granby, Mass., 9 Tun. '34; son of Saml. and Mary (Clark); prep., 
Hopkins acad., Hadley. * A.B.; A.M. ' * Stu., Un. theol. sem., '58-60; And. theol. s*m., 
'60-1; pas., N. Brookfield, Mass., '61-2. ' m. Harriet I. Eaton, Groton, Mass., 30 Mar.'62. 

* d. Groton, 18 Aug.'62. 

*Justin Edwards Twitchell. Northampton, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Sherborn, Mass., 20 Jan. '35; son of Chas. and Joanna S. (Corsens); 
prep., Kimball acad., Mtriden,N.H. * A.B. * Sch. supt. and theol. stu., Xenia,0., '58-61 ; 
ord. (Cong.) Dayton, O., 28 Oct.'62; pas. there, '61-6; Mansfield, '66-70; Cleveland, '70-82; 
Boston, Mass., '82-5; Dwight Place ch., New Haven, Ct., '85-98. * Chap., 131st O. vols. 

* Auth., "Nothing like it"; "The age of the world"; "New Years' sermons"; "Statement 
of Christian belief"; "Sem.i-centennial ch. sermons"; "Sci. and religion"; "Memor. of Miss 
Gibbs." * Contrib., Congregationalist ; Advance; Christian Union; Independent ; Homi- 
letic mo. * D.D., Western Reserve '76. * m. Alice R. Bentley, Amherst, Mass., 16 
A"g-'59- * d. 18 Mar.'oo. 

John Whitehill. Oldtown, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Paisley, Scot., :i Aug.'33; son of Jas. and Mary (Muir) ; prep. Mon- 
son acad. * V.pres. and treas., Alexandria; commenc. orat.; ^ B K. ; A.B. * Stu., And. 
theol. sem., '58-61; ord. (Cong.) S. Wilbraham, Mass., 11 Dec. '61 ; pas. there, '6i-8; Liver- 
pool, N.Y., '68; Oldtown, '69-. * Chairman, Attleboro sch. com., '70-5; mem., Mass., h. 
of reps., '82-3. * Auth., "Early hist, of ist ch. of Christ in Attleboro," '94. * m. Clara 
J. Hunt, Sudbury, Mass., 28 Nov. '61 ; (2) Lizzie A. Parmenter, Sudbury, 4 May '69. * 
Son, Edwin H., '87. 

*Charles Boardman Whittlesey. Berlin, Ct. 

Soldier. * b. Haverhill, Mass., 4 Dec. '34; son of Rev. Jos. and Maria A. (Chappell); 

prep., Monson acad. * At Amherst, '54-s; at Yale, '55-8, A.B. * In U.S. army, '63-4. 

* d. Nashville, Tenn., 21 Feb.'64. 

* James Dnncan Wilson. New York City. 

Clergyman. * b. Spring Mills, Pa., 3 Apr. '36; son of Peter and Eliz. (Van Valzah) ; 
jirep., Tuscarora acad., Academia. * Commenc. orat.; 'I' B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Locks Mills 
and Lewiston, Pa., '58-9; Cooper inst., N.Y. city, and stu., Un. theol. sem., '59-62; ord. 
(Presb.) N.Y. city, i Jul. '63; pas., Spring-st. ch., '62-9; Central ch., '69-88. * Trustee, 
Amherst col., '79-88. * D.D., '79. * m. Minerva M. Metzger, Lewisburg, Pa., 6 Jun. 
'65. * d. 14 May '88. 



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Sanford Waters Billings. 16 Billings St., Sharon, Mass. 

Private tutor. * I'.Pres., pres. * b. Sharon, Mass., 3 Oct.'34; son of Sanford and 
Caroline D. (Waters); prep., Opalic inst., Attleboro. * ist soph, dec; commenc. appt. ; 
4" B K. ; .\.B.; A.M. " Prin., Stoughtonham inst., Sharon, '61-78; h.s. '78'9o; supt. of 
schs., Provincetown, '91-3; priv.. tutor, '93-. * Jus. of the peace, '61; moderator, town 
meetings, '62 • mem., ^Iass. h. of reps., '73-4; Sharon sch. com., '61-78, 82-3; lib. trustee, 
'88-; ed. Sharon A'eii's. * Contrib., Denham Transcript. * .m Eliz. Morse, Sharon, 17 
Jun.'62. * Son, Osmond J., '00. 

Henry James Bruce. Satara, Bombay Presidency, India. 

Missionary. * De'. to '5p con''.; ed., '.5P catalog. * b. Hardwick, Mass., 5 Feb. '35; 
son of Timothy and Sally (Kimball); prop. Brattleboro acad. - Commenc. orat. ; .\.B. 
Stu., Bang, theol. sem., '!;9-6o; .Xnd. theol. sem., '60-2; ord. (Cong.) Springfield, Mass., 
II Sep.'63; miss., .A..B.C. [•".M., Marathi, India, '62-72; Satara, India, '72- * Trans, (into 
Marathi) "The watchmaker and his family"; "Come to Jesus"; "Anatomy, human and com- 
parative"; "Illus. primary arithmetic"; "Klem. of astronomy"; "Beasts of the Bible." * 
Contrib., India Evaii. rci\; Am. NattiraUst. * m. Hepzibeth P. Goodnow, S. Sudbury, 
Mass., 7 Oct.'62. 

*George Constantine. Smyrna, Turkey. 

Missoinary. * b. Athens, Greece, i Jan. '31; son of Constantine K. ; prep., E.Windsor 
Hill (Ct.) acad. * Greek orat.; A.B.; A.^1. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '59-62; ord. 
(Cong.) Am.herst, Mass., 10 Sep. '62; miss., Athens, Greece, '62-80; under A. B.C. P.M., 
Smyrna, Turkey, 




Samuel Edward Herrick. 910 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Southampton, N.Y., 6.\pr.'4i; son of Austin and Mary W. (Jagger) ; 
prep., Southampton acad. * Commenc. orat.: A.B.; .\.M. * Tea., '59-61; stu., Princ. 
theol. sem., '61-3; ord. (Presb.) 13 Oct. '63; pas., \\appingers Falls, N.Y., '63-4; Chelsea, 
.Mass., '64-71; Mt. X'ernon ch., Boston, '71-. * Auth., "Some heretics of yesterday," '85; 
"Memorabilia of 25 yrs..' '96 and memor. sermons. * Mem., Mass. hist. soc. * D.D., 
'78. * m. Sophia W. Foster, Ouogue, N.V., 6 Apr. '64. 

*Luther Keene. Franklin, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Medford, Mass., 30 Jan. '30; son of Luther and Lydia (Hopkins); 
prep., Foxcroft (Me.) acad. * 2d soph, dec; commenc. orat.; .\.B. * Stu., Bang, theol. 
sem., '59-62; ord. (Cong.) N. Brookfield, Mass.. '62; pas. there, '62-7; Franklin, '67-74. * 
m. Annie B. Chamberlin, Bangor, Me., 2 .'\pr.'63. * Bro., Geo. A., '60. * d. 17 Apr.'74. 

*Frederick William Pike. Mercer, Me. 

Student. * At Amherst, '55-6: at Union, '56-8, A.B. * See Union. 

*Willard Johnson Putnam. Hopkinton, Mass. 

Student. * b. Hopkinton, Mass., i6Jun.'37; son of .A.C. * At .-\mherst, '55-7. * 
d. Nov. '57. 

Philander Read. 1218 Walker St., Des Moines, la. 

Clergyman. * b. Wattshurg, Pa., 4 May '30; son of Timothy and Eliz. (Carson); prep., 
Monson acad. * Commenc orat.; 4>KK.; A.B. * Stu., .\ub. theol. sem., '59-61; priv., 
75th N.Y. vols., '61-2; hosp. steward, U.S.A., '62-3; ord. (Presb.) Carrollton, La., 4 Jan. '63; 
chap., 76th U.S.C.I., '63-6; pas., RoUa, Mo., '66-7; Center Point and Clarence, la., '67-8; 
.Austin and Wadsburg, Mo., '68-73; Ellinwood, Kan., '73-80; .'Xugusta, '80-5; Atkins, la., 
'S5-91; Albion, '91-3; O'Leary, '93-8; Le Mars, '98-00; Des Moines, '00- * m. Amelia 
L. McNeil, Centre Point, la., i Oct. '68-; (2) Mary J. Muscott, Lyons, Kan., 29 Apr.'74. 

*Amos Franklin Shattuck. New Ipswich, N. H. 

Clergyman. * b. Ilollis, N.H., 9 Jul. '32; son of Amos and Margaret (Ball); prep., Kim- 
ball acad. * Commenc. orat.; <1>BK.; A.B. * Stfi., L'n. theol. sem., '59-62; pas., Charles- 
town, N.H., '63-4; Surrey, '64-6; res. lie. And. theol. sem.. '66-8; ord. (Cong.) Durham, 
Me., 3Jun.'68; pas. there, '68-9; Wooster, Vt., '70-1; w.c, Hollis, N.H., '71-84; New Ips- 
wich, '84-95. * Mem., New Ipswich sch. com., '87-90. * m. Mary C. Locke, New Ips- 
wich, iijun.'83. * d. Goffstown, 27 Nov. '95. 



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*Wesley Squier. Greenport, N. Y. 

Student. * b. Wales, Mass., 22 Nov. '31; son of Arbey and Kuby (Moulton); prep., 
Monson acad. * A.B. * d. 26 Jul. '59. 

Henry Martyn Stevens. Blue Hill, Me. 

Physician. * b. Blue Hill, Me., 22 Aug.'37. * A.B. * Tea., Palmer, Mass., '59-60; 
prin.. Blue Hill (Me.) acad., '60-1, 62-3; stu., Bang, theol. sem., '61-2, '63-5; ord. (Cong, 
evan.) Bangor, Me., 27 Jul.' '65; miss., CJuindaro, Kan., '65-6; agt., Am. tract soc, Kan- 
sas city. Mo., '66-70; mgr., book depository, '70-2; S.S. agency, '72-3; agt., i\m. Bible soc, 
Topeka, Kan., '73-6; agt. for various socs., '76-82; stu., Chicago homoeo. med. col., M.D.; 
phys., Blue Hill, Me. * m. Mrs. Sarah A. Fitch, Lawrence, Kan., 14 Jul. '69. 

James Nelson Thresher. ' 363 South Av., Bridgeport, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Stafford, Ct., 20 Oct. '34; son of Thos. H. and Palace (Underwood); 
prep. Monson acad. * At Union, "55; at Amherst, '55-9; commenc. orat. ; A.B. * Stu., 
Un. theol. sem., '59-62; ord. (Bap.) 5 May 63 ; pas., St. Cloud, Minn., '63-4; Fair Haven, 
'64-74; Stafford, Ct., '74-9; Rochester, Minn., '80-2; S. Amherst, Mass., '83-4; Bridgeport, 
Ct., '84- * m. Margaret E. Rand. Peekskill, N.Y., 3oJun.'64; (2)- Clara W. Smith, S. 
Amherst, Mass., 29 Oct. '79. 

Joseph Osmond Tiffany. 16 Hope St., Attleboro, Mass. 

Teacher. * b. Attleboro, Mass., 25 Jan. '35; son of Tos. A. and Eunice C. (Bradford); 
prep., private sch. '' A.B. ; A.M. * Prin., Attleboro h.s., 'bo- sch. supt., Attleboro. 
'88-. * m. Caroline French, Attleboro, 5 Dec. '65. 

*Henry Martin Tupper. Raleigh, N, C. 

College president. * b. Monson. Mass., 11 Apr. '31; son of Earl and Permelia (Norris); 
prep., Monson acad. * At Union, '55-6; at Amherst, '56-9; A.B.; A.I\L * Stu., New- 
ton theol. inst., '59-62; ord. (Bap.) Wales, Mass., Jul. '62: priv. sergt., and act. chap., 36th 
Mass. vols., '62-5; pas., 2d colored ch., Raleigh, N.C., '66-74; founded and pres., Shaw 
univ., '66-93. * D.D., Wake Fore.=-t '86. * m. Sarah B. Leonard, Stafford, Ct., 25 Jan. 
'64. * d. 1 1 Nov. '93. 

i860 

William Brown. Tyngsboro, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. * b. Concord, Mass., 10 Sep. '38; son of Jas. P. and Susan 
(Baker); prep., N.Bridgcwater acad. ' Commenc. orat.; •t'BK.; A.B. * Stu., Harv 
div. sch., '60-3; ord. (Unit.) Sherborn, Mass., 5 Nov. '63; pas. there, '63-72; Walpole, N.H., 
'73-^3\ W.Bridgewater, Mass., and instr., Howard sem., '83-8; Tyngsboro, '90- * m. Sa- 
lome S. Williams, Taunton, Mass., 15 Jun.'65. 

*Horace Cannon. East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Teacher. * Matapoisett, Mass., 28 Aug.'32; son of Caleb L. and Bathsheba (Bourne); 
prep., N.E. norm, inst., Lancaster. * Commenc. orat.; A.B. * Tea., E. Bridgewater 
and Marion, Mass., '60-2. * d. 25 Dec. '62. 

George Curtiss. 1618 Hillside Av., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Clergyman. * b. E.Hampton, Ct., 5 Jan. '37; son of Saml. I. and Rebecca T. (Hough); 
prep.. Union. * Commenc. orat.; A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '60-2; And. theol. 
sem., '62-3; ord. (Cong.) Avon, Ct., 28 Dec. '65; pas., Pepperell, Mass., '63-4; Bristol, R.L, 
'64-5; Avon, Ct., '65-9; Harwinton, '69-77; Union, '78-81; Hartford, '81-9; Maryville, 
N.D., '89-99; Kent, Cx., '99-. * Mem., Ct. H. of reps., '72. * D.D., Fargo '99. * m. 
Elvira Corbin, Brimfield, Mass., 13 Jan. '64; (2) Mrs. Phoebe M. Bishop, New Haven, Ct., 
8 Mar.'77; (3) Martha A Blakely, Bristol, co., 15 Sep. '80. 

George Dexter. 10 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Banker. * Pres. * b. Charlton, Mass., 25 Oct. '34; son of John Bradford and Lu- 
cinda (Mclntyre); prep., Worcester acad. * A.B. * Tea., Belchcrtown, Mass., '60; 
Ware, '61-2, stu., Harv. theol. sem., '62-4; ord. (Unit.) Bridgewater, Mass., 25jan.'65; 
pas. there, '65-6; Brewster, '66-70; Walpole, N.H., '70-3; banker, (res., 1148 Adams St., 
Dorchester Lower Mills), Boston. Mass., '73- * ContriD., Christian Register; Dorchester 
Beacon. * m. Cor. W. Cornell, Bridgewater, Mass., i Jan. '66. 



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Lucius Hopkins Higgins. Hanover, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Soiithington, Ct., 4 Jul. '32; son of Timothy and .Tennett (Carter); 
prep., iMonson acad. * At Amherst, '56; at Yale, '56-60, A.B. * Stu.," And. theol. sem., 
'60-3; pas., Lanark, 111., '66-75; Huntington, Ct., '75-88; Hanover, '88-. * m. Louise Y. 
Hlakeslee, New Haven, 3 Sep. '63. 

Clinton Mellen Jones. Eastford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Pownal, Me., 26 Dec'^g: son of John. * At Amherst, '56-7. * 
Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '62-5; ord. (Cong.) .\'. Madison", Ct., 5 May '69; pas., Eastford, 
'72-88; W.C., '88-90; pas., Ashport, '90-8; Eastford, '98- * m. Sylvan C. Miller, Sunder- 
land, Mass., 16 Nov. '58. 

*George Allen Keene. Sag Harbor, N. Y. 

Teacher. * b. Milo. Me., 23 Jun.'32; son of Luther and Lydia (Hopkins). * A.B. * 
Prin., Sag Harbor (N.Y.) acad., '61. * Bro., Luther, 'jp. * d. 1 1 Mar.'6i. 

■■'=Joseph Mason. Attleboro, N. H. 

Physician. * b. .Attleboro, N.IL, i .\'ov.'36; son of Jos. and Nanny (Daggett); prep., 
Opalic inst. * A. P.. * Med. stu., Boston, Mass., '60-2; steward on hosp. ship "Eu- 
terpe", '62; act. med. cadet. Mill Creek (\'a.) gen. hosp., '62. * d. 2i Sep. '62. 

*Lucius Lathrop Merrick. * Palmer, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Palmer, Mass.. 8 Jun.'29; son of Lathrop and .Sarah H.(Hyde); prep., 
Monson acad. * A.B. * .Stu., Hart, theol. sem.. 60-1; Un. theol. sem., '61-2; lie. to 
preach, 7 May '62; sergt.. 36th Mass. vols., '62-4. * d. Richmond, \'a., 7 Oct. '64. 

Horace Parker. W. Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard, Mass. 

Clergyman. • Prcs. * b. Mil ford, Mass.. 16 Dec. '35; son of Nath. and Martha 
(Rockwood); prep., Milford h.s. * Ed., Ichnolite, '59-60; commenc. orat. ; <J> B K. ; A.B. 
* Ord. (Cong.) Ashland, Mass., r May '61; pas. there, '60-2; Leominster, '62-4; with 
Chris, com.. '64-5; pas., Ashby, Mass., '65-70; Pepperell, '70-4; Aver, '74-7; New Ipswich, 
N.H., '77-80; Lunenburg, Mass., '80-8; w.c, '88-91; .Sharon, '91-3; pas., \V. Tisbury, '93-9; 
w.c, '99- * Pub. and ed., Ashby even. Gazette; Pepperell News; Autumn Leaves: Sea 
Gull. * Contrib.. Fitchburg Sentinel, '65-75; Advance. '65-75. * m. Emily M. Wight, 
Milford, Mass., 11 Sep. '60; (2) Ellen S .Look, Loeminster, 17 May '65. 

Willard Putnam. Cooleyville, Mass. 

Farmer. * b. .\ew Salem, Mass., 6 Sep. '38: son of Saml. and Eliz. F. (Richardson); 
prep.. New Salem acad. * A.B. * Farmer, Cooleyville, '60-. * Mem., New Salem sch. 
com., '66; Mass. h. of reps., '75; trustee. New .Salem acad., '80-; and pres. of the bd. ; trial 
justice. * m. Nellie L. Burnett, New Saleni, 14 Jul. '62. * Son, Bertrand F., Tufts, '92. 

*Samuel John Storrs. New York City. 

Lawyer. * b. Holliston, Mass., 22 Nov. '37; son of Rev. John and Melancia (Bowker); 
prep., privately. * A.B. * Tea., Monson (Mass.) acad. and prin. .\mherst h.s., '60-2; 
capt., 52nd Mass. vols., Aug.'62; lieut.-col., 19 Nov. '62; disch., 5 Aug.'63; stu.. Colum. law 
sch., '65-6, LL.B.; adm. to bar, V.Y. city, '66; law., '66-92. * m. Julia A. Lament, N.Y. 
city, 24 May '71. * d. 23 Jul. '92. 

Edward Reed Wheeler. Spencer, Mass. 

Physician. * b. Paxton, Mass.. i .■\ug.'39; son of Dr. E. M. and Eliz. (Reed). * 
A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Bellevue med. col., '62-4, M.D.; asst. surg., 24th Mass. vols., '64; 
surg., '64-6; phys., Elmira, N.Y., '66-76; Spencer, Mass., '77- * Mem. Mass. state med. 
soc. * m. .Anna E. M. Field, Northfield, Mass., 24jun.'65; (2) Amelia R. Hamilton, 
Charlestown, 24 Nov. '74. 

1861 

Francis Hayden Boynton. Florence, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Troy, N.Y., i4Mar.'39; son of Benj. H. and Louisa (Dean); prep., 
Fitchburg h.s. * Sci.orat.; .A.B. * Stu.. And. theol. sem., '61-2; ord. (Cong.) iT^eho- 
both, Mass., 19 Oct. "64; pas. there, '64-7; Assonet, '67-70; Mill River, '72-5; Raynham, 
'75-9; Essex, '79-82; Rye, N.H., '82-6; W.Newbury. Mass., '86-8; Lawrence, '88-95; New 
Braintree, '95-. * m. Emily A. Clark, Amherst, Mass., 24 May '66. 



288 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

*Franklin Charles Flint. Shrewsbury, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Nelson, N.H., i6Jun.'.36; son of Henry H. * At Amherst, '57-9; at 
Tufts, '59-61, A.B. * Prin., Westboro (Mass.) h.s. ; pas., Univ. ch., Southbridge and At- 
tleboro, Mass.;sch. supt., Southbridge, '67-73. * Pub., "Biog. of Rev. VV. W. Wilson." 
* m. Mary L. Mellish, Auburn, Mass., '65. * d. 23 Mar.'76. 

*James Laird. HoUis, N. H. 

Clergyman. * b. Huntington. Can.E., 4 Sep. '33. * At Amherst, '59-60; at Ob;rlin. 
'60-61, A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '61-4; ord. (Cong.) Guildhall, Vt., i5Mar.'66; 
pas., Jewett City, Ct., '64-5; Guildhall, Vt., '66-70; HoUis, N.H., '70-4. * m. Sarah M. 
Thompson, Huntington, Can.E., 16 .^ug.'sg; (2) Laura G. Millett, Derry, N.H., 21 Mar. 
'67. * d. 20 .'\.ug.'74. 

George Franklin Merriam. Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * b. Mason, N.IL, 2oOct.'36; son of Franklin and Mary A (Lane); prep., 
Appleton acad., New Ipswich. * Ed., Ichnolite ; pres., Athenea; commenc. orat. ; A.B. * 
Stu., Princ. theol sem., '61-2; L'n. theol. sem., '62-4; Bellevue hosp. med. col., '64-5; ord. 
(Cong.) Greenville, N.H., 9Mar.'65; pas. there, '65-99 (act. pas.. New Ipswich, '82-91); 
Mt. Kisco, N.Y., '99- * Mem., N.H. h. of reps., '73-5; const, conv., '89; moderator, 
N.H. gen. assn. * Auth., "Hist, of Greenville." * m. Eliz. McGown, Clinton, Mass., 
II Aug.'68. 

*David Starrett Morgan. La Porte, la. 

Clergyman. * At Amherst, '57-8; at Union, '58-60. * See Union. 

Daniel Thurber Nelson. 2400 Indiana Av., Chicago, 111. 

Physician. * b. Milford, Mass., 16 Sep. '39; son of Drake and Lydia (Thurber); prep., 
Milford h.s. * Commenc. orat.; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Harv. med. sch., '61-2; '65. M.D.; 
med. cadet, Mass. gen. hosp., and act asst surg, U..S.A., '62-5; phys., Chicago, 111., '65- * 
Prof, of physiol. and histol., Chicago med col., '66-79; att. phys., Mercy hosp.; adj. to 
prof, of gynecol.. Rust med. col., '80- * m. Sarah H. Travis, HoUiston, Mass., 24 Nov. 
'62. 

*Eben Pope. Dorchester, Mass. 

Student. * b. Milton, Mass., 29 Apr.'38. * At Amherst, '58-61. *' d. i Oct.'6i. 

Moses Porter Snell. 551 Avalon Terrace, Anacostia, D. C. 

Clergyman and government clerk. * b. N.Brookfield, Mass., 3 May '39; son of Thos. 
and Lucretia C (Porter); prep.. Burr and Burton sem. * Pres., soc. of inquiry: com 
menc. poem; ^BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Princ. theol, sem., '61-2; tea.. Burr and Bur- 
ton sem., Manchester, Vt.. '62; priv.. 36th Mass. vols., '62-4; ist lieut., 39th U.S.C.I., and 
act. adj. at mine explosion, Petersburg, '64; A.A.D.C. to Gen. S. W. Crawford, 3rd div., 
5th army corps, '64-5: brev. cap. and asst. supt., Freedmans bureau, Beaufort, N.C., '65; 
stu., PTart. theol. sem., '66-8; ord. (Cong.) N.Brookfield, 10 May '70; pas., Hartford, Ct., 
'68-9; chap., Y.M.C.A., '69-70; agt., Washington (D.C.) Bible soc, '77-; clerk. U.S. treas. 
dept., '73-6; interior dept., '80; P.O. dept, '81-; supply, Presb. ch., Hermon, Md., and 
Clifton, Va., '88-97; Riverdale, iNId., '97- * m. Mary C. Hallock, New Haven, Ct, 31 
Aug.'62. 

1862 

Benjamin Angier Dean. Colebrook, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Shrewsbury, Mass.. 4Nov.'3S; son of .Tas. and Keziah (Hyde); prep., 
Andover acad. * Jr. ex. orat.: commenc. orat.; A.B. * Stu., Princ. theol. sem., '62-4; 
Un. theol. sen., '64-5; res. lie. And. theol. sem., '65-6; ord. (Cong.) Shrewsbury, Mass., 
20.Tul.'66- miss., Zumbrota. Minn., '66-7; Monticello, '67-9; Garnavillo, la., '69-71; Sibley, 
'72-8; Clarksville, Neb., '78-q; Exeter, '79-83; Meriden, N.H., '83-6; Harrisville, '86-8; 
Brentwood, '88-91; S.Medford, Mass., '91-5; Colebrook, Ct., '95- * .Auth., "Outward 
structure of the New Testament church," '75; "Youth's Bible catechism," '82; "Bible 
temperance catechism," '81; "Brentwood (N.H.) church and parish annals," '89; "Hyde 
genealogy," '89. * Contrib., Hist, and Geneal. Reg. * m. Ellen P. Palmer, Woodstock, 
Ct., 2 Sep. "67. 

*Henry Allen Ford. Detroit, Mich. 

Editor. * b. Ithaca, N.V., 24 Sep. '35; son of .Mven ; prep.. Eureka (111.) col. * At 
Amherst, '58. * Law stu., univ. of Mich., '59-60; Lacon, 111., and Kalamazoo, Mich., 
'60-1; adm. to bar, '6t; local ed., Telegraph and Gasette, Kalamazoo, '61-2; 2d lieut., 19th 
Mich, vols., '62; ist lieut. and cap.; in Libby prison; law., Niles, Mich., '65-7; sch. supt., 
Berlin co., '67-71: ed. and pub., Mich. Teacher, '76 N. Ind. Teacher. '74-6; Kalamazoo 
daily Telcgrafli. '75-7; ed.. Kalamazoo Educ. weekly. '77-90; Detroit, '90- * Pres., Mich." 
state assn. of co. supts. * A.M. * m. Emily T. Chipnian, Niles, Mich., 6 Sep.'62; (2) 
Kate Bearsley, Kalamazoo, 17 Jun.'74. * d. 



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John Goddard. Newtonville, Mass. 

Clergyman. ' b. \\ .Biidgcwater, Mass., 9 Oct. '39; son of Warren and Mary (.Tobey) ; 
prep., N.Bridgewater acad. * At Amherst, '58. * Ord. (Swedenborg) Cincinnati, O., 
4 Feb. '66; pas., Yarmonthport, Mass., '63; Bridgewater, '63; Minneapolis, Minn., '63-4; in 
business, Boston, Mass., '64-5; pas.. New Jerusalem ch., Cincinnati, O., '65-91; Newton- 
ville, Mass., '01-. * Gen. pas. (Bishop) O. assn. N.J. ch., '83-01. * Auth., "Sweden- 
borg's alleged hallucinations," '87; "The BrahmoSomaj and the new ch.," '94. * Con- 
trib.. New Jerusalem Mag., '66-93; New Church rev., '96; New Church Messenger, '66-01 ;' 
Helper, '93-01 ; Bennett lectures, '98. * m. Mary li. Burnham, \Valtham, Mass., 7 Jun.'66. 

Hervey Crosby Hazen. Aruppukottai, S. India. 

Missionary. * b. Ithaca, N.V., :6 Jun.'^ i ; son of Dixon and Celina (Crosby); prep., 
Ithaca acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Aub. theol. sem., '62-5; ord. (Presb.) Ithaca, N.Y., 
Aug.'67; pas., Rodman, '65-6, Ludlow, N't., '66-7; miss., A.B.C.F.M., Madura, India, '68-70; 
pas., Liverpool. N.Y., '70-6; Manlius, '76-8; Spencer, '78-9; Manlius, '79-82; Holley, '82-5; 
miss., Palani, India, '85-8; Dindigul, '89; Manumadura, '90-4; Aruppukottai, '96-. * m. 
Ida J. Chapin, Ludlow, \'t., 2jul.'67; (.2) Hattie A. Cook, Holley, N.Y., 15 Apr.'84. 



1870 

^William Southworth Ho'wland. Madura, India. 

Missionary. * Charter mem. at reorj^.:prcs * 1). Jaffna, Ceylon, 8 Jul. '46; son of 
VVm. W. and .Susan (Reed); prep., Monson (Mass.) acad. * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., And. 
theol. .sem.. '70-3; ord. (Cong.) Conway, Mass., 7May'73; miss., Mandapasalai, Madura, 
India, '73-86; res., Auburndalc, Mass.. '86-7. * m. Mary L. Carpenter, Monson, Mass., 
19 Jun."73. * Bros., John, '/6; David B., 'S;. * d. .\uburndale, 7 iMar.'87. 

*Joseph Ed'ward Miller. Portland, Me. 

Agent. * h'res.: del to '70 con-\ * b. Springfield, Mass., 2 Dec. '46; son of Edw. C. 
and Eliz. W. <; Smith) ; prep., \\ illiston sem. * \.B.; A.M. * Tea., Monson (Mass.) 
acad., '70-1; prin., S.Hadley (Mass.) h.s., '71-3; trav. in Europe, '73-4; tea., Montpelier 
(Vt.) h.s., '74-7; agt. for Me. for 1). .\ppleton & co., Portland, '77-86. * m. Adelia S. 

John Peabody Richardson. 450 Hildreth St., Dracut, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Charter m^m. of rcor^.; pra. * b. Dracut, Mass., 18 Feb. '45; son of 
Henry and Eliza (I^eabody); prep., Lowell h.s. * ^l' B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Berlin, 
Ct., '70; Flatbush, N.Y., '71; C'harleston, S.C., '73; Talladega, Ala., '73-6; stu.. And. theol. 
sem., '76-9; ord. (Cong.) Lawrenceville, S.Y., 4 May '80; pas. there and Moira, '79-81; 
Sodus, '81-4; Oak's Corners, '84-7; Candor, '87-8; Southampton, Mass., '88-91; Rindge, 
N.H., '91-8; Dracut, Mass., '98-. * Auth., "Hist, address at TSoth anniv. of South- 
ampton, Mass.," '91; "Southampton's sons in the ministry," '91; "Hist, address at centen- 
nial of Cong, ch., Rindge, N.H.," '97. * m. Sarah L. 15rooks, Dunkirk, N.Y., 12 Jul. '76. 
' Son. lioyal I'.. '05. 

William Henry Swift. Honesdale, Pa. 

Clergyman. ' Charter mem. at reorg. ;f'r''s. * b. Geneva, N.Y., 2 Feb. '48; son of 
Isaac and Rebecca (Dimmick); prej)., Unionville acad. * Grove oral.; A.B. * Stu., 
Un. theol. sem., '70-3: ord. (Presb.) Wilkesbarre, Pa., 7 May '74; pas. there, '74-84; Hones- 
dale, '84-. * Moderator, Lackawanna Prcsby. ; chap. 13th reg., N.G.P. * m. Eliza J. 
Wa.-iton. Newark, N.Y., 20 Nov.'73. * Son, IVm. H., 'oj. 



187I 
*Austin Phelps Gary. Westfield, Mass, 

Bookkeeper * b. Sunderland, Mass., 4 J\in.'46; son of Austin and Catherine (Phelps); 
prep., Amherst h.s. * At Amherst. '66-8, '69-70. * Freight agt.. Eastern ry., Glouces- 
ter, Mass., '78-82; bookkeeper, Westfield, Mass., '82-93. * i"- Nellie F. Collins, Westfield, 
9 May '81. * d. 30 Oct. '93. 

Andrew Elmer Ford. Clinton, Mass, 

Teacher. * Prcs. * b. W.Abington, Mass., 17 Aug.'so; son of Jas. and Deborah H. 
(Jones); prep., N.Abington h.s. ' * B K. ; A.B. * Prin., Oxford (Mass.) h.s., '71-3; 
Clinton. '73-. * Auth., "Hist, of Clinton, Mass.," '96; "15th Mass. infantry in the Re- 
bellion," '98; ed., "Clinton memor. volume," '00. * m. Ellen L. Burdette, Clinton, 2 
Jul. '78. 



290 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

William H Hartzell. 214 Ridgewood Av., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Clergyman. * Adir. by Wash, and JcfF. : charter mciu. at rcorg.; cor. sec, prcs.; del. to 
'70 conv. * b. Washington, Pa., iS Dec. '40; son of Otho and Eliz. C. (Johnson); prep., 
Wash, and Jeff. col. * At Wash, and Jeff., '67-8; at Amherst, '69-71, A.B. * Stu.. 
Western theol. sem., '71-4; tea., Biddle (N.C.) univ., '74-5; ord. (Presb.) Glenville, Md., 
24Nov.'76; pas. there, '76-83: St. Peter, Minn., '85; Worthington, '85-9; w.c, Minne- 
apolis, '89-. * ni. Mary Boggs, Baltimore, Md., 12 Feb. '85. 

George Milton Howe. 135 Ash St., Lewiston, Me. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem. at reorg.; v.fres. * b. Westminster, Mass., 23 Jul. '44; 
son of Danl. M. and Harriet (Woodbury); prep., Nichols acad.. Dudley. * A.B. * 
Stu., And. theol. sem., '71-4; ord. (Cong.) Princeton, Mass., 8 Jul. '74; pas. there, '74-84; 
Lewiston, Me., '84- * Vis., Bang, theol. sem. and Bowdoin col.; trustee. Me. miss. soc. ; 
moderator of Me. state conf. ; twice del. to nat. council of Cong. chs. * Contrib., Con- 
gregationalist ; Christian Mirror; Messiah's Herald, V/ord and the Work; Lewiston Jour- 
nal; Lewiston Sun; Worcester Spy; Am. Cttii:en; Standard; Christian Endeavor World. 

* Mem., Acad, of sci. and nicd. * m. Sarah M Kendall, Lowell, Mass., 27 May '75. * 
.Son, Geo. A., 'pp. 

Herbert Gardiner Lord. 618 West 113th St., New York City. 

College professor. * Charter mem. at rcorg.; rec.scc, v.pres./pres. * b. Boston, 
Mass., 29 Mar."49; son of Danl. and Eliza A. (Hardy); prep., privately. * <^ B K. ; A.B.: 
A.M. * Tutor, Knox col., '71-2; prin,, Plolliston (Mass.) h.s., '72-4; stu.. Union theol. 
sem., '74-7; ord. (Presb.) Bufialo, N.Y., 28 Feb. '78; pas. there, '77-94; prof of philos., 
Buffalo univ., '95-8; prin. Franklin sch., Buffalo, '99-00; prof, of philos., Colum. univ., 
'00-. * m. Mally G. Coatsworth, Buffalo, 20 Oct. 87. 

^:=Charles William Mallory. West Hartford, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Ch.arter mem. at reorg.; v.pres., pres. * b. Walton, N.Y., 25 Aug. '43 ; 
son of Wm. and Frances A. (Combs); prep., Walton acad. * Class poet; A.B. * Stu., 
Yale div. sch., '71-4; ord. (Cong.) IJousatonic, Mass., 18 Jun.'74; pas. there, '74-86; Char- 
lotte. M.ich.. '86-90; W.Hartford, Ct., '90. * Chairman, Circat Barrington (Mass.) sch. 
com.; trustee. Olivet col.; vis., Chicago and Oberlin theol. sems.; sec, Berkshire South 
assn., '76-86. * m. Ella A. Judd, S.Hadley Falls. Mass., 4 Jun.'74; (2) Jennie M. Lord, 
Boston, 7 Aug.'77. * d. '90. 

William Walker Morton. Hopedale, 0. 

Clergyman. * Trcas. * b. W. Brownsville, I'a., 27 Jun.'46; sin of Wm. and Ruth 
(Cunningham); prep.. Bethel acad. * ..A^t Amherst, '69-70; at Wash, and Jeff., '70-2, A.B. 

* Stu., Western theol sem., '72-5: ord. (Presb.) 6 Jul. '75; pas.. Highland, Pa., '75-80; 
miss, San Luis \'alley. Col.. '80-1; pas.. Limestone, Allen Grove and Wolf Run, W.Va., 
"81-4; Upper Buffalo, Pa.; Blue Hill. Neb., '87-90; Denver, Col., '90-2; Gridley and Cres- 
cent City, Cal., '92-3; Alleghany, Pa., '93-8; Beech Spa., '98-9; Hopedale, O., '99. * 
m. Mary A. Finney, St.Clairsville, O., i Nov.'76. 

Edward Payson Root. 11 25 N. Nevada Av.. Colorado Springs, Col. 

Clergyman. * Charter mem. at reorg.; v.pres., pres. * b. Montague, Mass., 4 Aug.'44; 
son of Solomon W. and Betsey A. (Kellogg); prep., Kimball acad., Meriden, N.H. * A.B. 

* Asst. lib. and registrar, Amherst col., '71-2; stu., Yale div. sch., '72-5; ord. (Cong.) 
Hampden, Mass., i Jun.'76; pas. there, '75-84: E.Hampton. Ct., '84-91; Highland Lake, 
Col., '91-4; Buena Vista, '94-7; chap.. Col. state reformatory, '97-9; gen. Chris, wk., '99-00; 
jisst. pas., ist Presb. ch., Colorado Spa, '00-. * m. Fannie [.. Bryant, New Haven, Ct., 
J24 Dec. '75. 

-!=David Augustus Shaw. Wales, Mass. 

Farmer. * Pres. * b. Warren, Mass., i6Jtin.'47; son of Davis A. and Orrill B. 
(Merritt); pre|i.. Williston acad. * A.B. * Tea., and carpenter. '71-8; farmer, Wales. 
Mass., '78-94. * d. 19 Jan. '94. 

1872 

Harrison Bailey. 39 High St., Fitchburg. Mass. 

Lawyer. * Trcas., ■:■. pres.. pres. * b. Fitchburg, Mass., 12 Jul. '49; son of Ehen. F. 
and Dorothv S. ( Kinibain : prep.. Fitchburc h.s. * Class pres.; comnienc. appt. ; A.B. * 
Stu., Harv. Inw sch.. 'rJ 4. LF-.B.; adni. to bar, '74; law.. Fitchburg. '74-. 



AMHERST— 1872. 291 

Elisha Parks Bartholomew. 352 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Clinrtcr dicih. at reor^. * b. Montgomery, Mass., 11 May '47. * A.B. * 
Law stu., Springfield, Mass.; adm. to bar, 'yy; law., (res VV. Springfield) Springfield, '77-. 

* Mem. Mass li. of reps., '78; town clerk, treas., tax coll., lib., VV. Springfield. * m. 
.Alma White, W. Springfield. 31 Jnl.'SS. 

Arthur Jared Benedict. 34 Eliot St., S. Natick, Mass. 

Clergyman. * 1 rcas., f.pres. * b. Bethel, Ct., i2Mar.'49. * Col. crew (winners 
of intercol. boat race, '72); commenc. appt.;.\.B.: A.AL * Stu., Yale div. sch., '73-5; 
ord. (Cong.cvang.) 25 May '7.S; pa.s., Berlin, N.H., '75-6; Gorham and Berlin, '76-82; Ken- 
sington, Ct., "82-8; St. Paul, Minn., '88-92; Housatonic, Mass., '92-00; S. Natick, '00-. * 
V.pres., N.W. assn. of Amherst alum. " Auth., "Hist, notes of ch. of Christ, Berlin, 
N.H.," '83; "Hist, sis-etch of Kensington (Ct.) ch., '84; "Bits of our Berkshire," '97. * 
m. Ida kaiguel, I'liila., I'a.. '79. * Son, IVjii. R., O}. 

Otis Gary. Kyoto, Japan. 

Missionary. * Treas., rcc.scc, pirs. * b. I'o.xboro, Mass., 20 Apr. '51; sun of Otis and 
Mary ]J. (Torrey); prep., l-'oxboro h.s. * Pres., Alexandria; commenc. appt. ; A.B. * 
Tea., Sharon, Mass., '72-3; Poxboro, '73-4; stu.. And. theol. sem., '74-7; ord., Foxboro, 15 
Nov. '77; miss., Kobe, Japan, '78-9; Okayama, '79-87; Osaka. '80-92; Kyoto, '92-. * 
Auth., (in Jap.) "A desirable disease," '79; "Which?" (letters on Buddhism) '83; "Easy 
introductions to the Gospels," '84; "The prodigal son," '85; "Manual for evangelists," '90; 
"S.S. manual," '90; "The prayer meeting," '92; "Commentary on Job," '97; (in Eng.) 
"The man who feared God for nought," '98; "Japan and its regeneration," '99; joint auth., 
"Commentary on Cor. 1 and IJ." * Contrib., .liidovcr rev.: Independent ; Christian 
Union. * m. Kllen 'SI. Emersor.. Nashua, .\.H.. 18 Dec. '77. 

George Fowler. in Aloha St., Seattle, Wash. 

Teacher. * lice. sec * .\.B. * Tea., Saratoga .Spa., N.V., '72-3; Poughkeejisie, 
'73-6; law stu., '76-9; tea., Emporia (Kan.) state norm, sch., '79-85; Seattle, Wash., '85-. 

Loramus Eaton Hitchcock. 5 Elm St., Springfield, Mass. 

Lawyer and judge. * Fres., Garfield club; .hnlierst corporation. * b. Rochester, Vt., 
3 Feb. '51; son of Rev. Harvey and Mahala (Ward); prep., Chicopee (.Mass.) h.S. * Com- 
menc. appt.;.\.B. * Stu.,Colum. law sch., '72-4, LL.B.;adm. to bar, '74; law., Springfield, 
Mass. (res., 55 Gaylord st., Chicopee) '74- * ("hairman, Chicopee sch. com., 5 yrs. ; aud., 
Chicopee, '82-90: trustee, Wesleyan acad.. Wilbraham, '88-: trustee, sch. for Christian 
workers, Springfield, '88-; Chicopee city solicitor, '92-; judge of police ct., '81-. * Auth., 
"N.E. slieritYs and constaljles,"' '89. * m. Ella .\. Goldthwaite, Chicopee, 5 Oct. '75. 

^Charles Fitch Morse. Brookfield, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Trees., pres. * b. L'nion, Ct., 5 Sep. '44; son of -Vmasa and Sarah A 

(Thomas); prep., Monson (Mass.) acad. * 3d chem. ist Hardy prize; commenc. appt.; 

•tBK.; A.B. ' Stu., Yale div. sch., '72-5; pas., Brookfield, Mass., '75-6. * Bro., Na- 
than, '71. ' d. 2 1 Aug.'76. 

^Walter Negley. Eagle Pass, Tex. 

Farmer. * Fres. " I). Ilagcrstoun. Md., 10 May "50: son of Peter and Laura (Rick 
enbaugh) ; prep., Marshall col., Mercersburg, Pa. * .\.B. * Stu., of architecture, Bal- 
timore, Md.. '72-5; farmer and stock raiser, Eagle Pass, lex., '75-90. * Bro., Chas., '7J. 

* d. Hagerstown, 19 (3ct.'9o. 

Francis Parker. E. Haddam, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Treas. * b. Gloucester. Mass., 19 Jul. '50. ^ A.B. * Stu., And. 
theol. sem., '72-5; ord. (Cong.) Enfield, N.H., 5 Dec. '78; pas. there, '75-81; Albany and 
Craftsbury. N't.. '82-9; Waterbury, '89-92; Little Haddam, Ct., '92-. 

Stephen Alvah Thurlow. 1212 Howard Av., Pottsville, Pa. 

Teacher. * Treas. * b. Raymond, Me, 18 JuL'42. * A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Bethel 
(Me.) acad., '72-4; prin., Freeport h.s., '74-80; Bellevue (N.Y.) un. acad., '80-1; Pottsville 
(Pa.) h.s., '81-. * Priv., Co.K, 5tli Mass. vols., '61-5; supt., Freeport (Me.) schs., '77-8. 



292 DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 



1873 
John Alvin Bennett. 53 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Trcas.. cor. sec, ••■.prcs., pres,; del. to "7.^ conv. * b. VVilbraham, Mass., 
23 Oct. '48; son of Alvin VV. and Mary H. ; prep., Monson acad. * 3d Hardy prize; ed.. 
Olio; A.B. ; A.M. * Prin., S.Hadley (Mass..^ h.s., '73-5; law stu., Boston univ., '75-6, 
LL.B. ; adm. to bar, "76, law., Boston, Mass., '76--. * Spec, justice, Boston municipal ct., 
'99-; act. supt., Mass. scli. for blind; pub. admin.. Suffolk co. * m. Julia R. Smith, S. 
Hadley, Mass.. 25 Dec, '77. 

Edward Wilder Chase. 324 Ninth St., Huntington, W. Va. 

Teacher. * A.B. * Prin., Ponieroy (O.) h.s., '73-8.;; Kingston, "82-9; Highland 
Park, HI, "89-; Huntington, W.Va. 

Henry Gibbons. Univ. of Pa., Philadelphia, Pa. 

College professor. * b. Brownsville, Pa.. 3 Sep. '49. * Fresh. Gr., and 2d chem. prizes; 
A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Pittsburg (Pa.) cent, h.s., '73-80; prof, of Gr., Western univ.. Pa., 
'80-9; stu., Leipsic and Berlin (Ger.) univs., '89-90; prof, of Gr., Amherst col., "90-2; stu., 
univ. of Leipsic, '92-4; prof, of Lat. lit., univ. of Pa., '94- * Mem., Am. philol assn.; 
man. com.. Am. sch. of clas. studies, Athens, '90- * m. Mary E. Scovel, Pittsburg, Pa., 
'19 Dec. '78. 

George William Hale. S. Deerfield, Mass. 

Photographer. * Rec.sec. * b. New Britain, Ct., i Nov. '48. * On crew. * Dealer 
in mus. instruments, Greenfield, Mass.; photographer, S. Deerfield. * m. Mary J. Marsh, 
Worcester, i Sep. '71. 

William Hutchins Hall. W. Hartford, Ct. 

Superintendent of schools. * Rec.sec. * b. \\. Hartford. Ct., 25 Nov. '45; prep., Mon- 
son (Mass.) acad. * At Amherst, '69-71. * Tea., W.Hartford h.s., '72-6; bus., '76-80; 
sec, Ct. S.S. assn., '80-; supt. of pub. schs., W. Hartford, Ct., '97- * Ed., Ct. S.S. Rec- 
ord; mem. for Ct. of intcrnat. exec. S.S. com.; dir., N.E. Chautauqua and S.S. assem. ;' dir., 
sch. for Christian workers, Springfield, Mass.; v.pres., N.E. Cong. S.S. assn.; chairman, W. 
Hartford sch. com.; mem., Ct. h. of reps.; trustee, Monson acad.; Good Will home assn., 
E.Fairfield, Me. * '\uth., "Guideboards for teachers." * m. Ellen S. Hamilton, W. 
Hartford, 21 Jun."76. 

Henry Amasa King. 63 Dartmouth Terrace, Springfield, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Rec.sec., v.pres., prc^. * b. Monson, Mass., 14 Jan. '52; prep., Monson 
acad. * Ed., Eng. comp. ; A.B. * Tea., Monson acad., '73-5; stu., Colum. law sch., 
'75-7, LL.B.; adm. to bar, 'yy; law., Troy, N.Y. ; Springfield, Mass. * Trustee, Monson 
acad.; French Am. col. * m. Maria L. Flynt, Monson, 6 Nov. '79. 

Caleb Rodney Layton, Jr. Dover, Del. 

Secretary of state. * Rec.sec., v.pres. * b. Frankford, Del., 8 Sep. '51; son of Saml. 
H. and Eliz. (Long.) prep., Georgetown acad. * A.B. * Med. stu., univ. of Pa., '73-6, 
M.D.; phys., Georgetown, Del., '76-01; sec. of state Del., '01-. * m. Annie E. Sipplc. 

Frank Herbert Loud. 1203 N. Tejon St., Colorado Spa., Col. 

College professor. * b. Weymouth, Mass., 26 Jan. '52; son of I'rancis E. and Mary T. 
(Capen); prep., Weymouth h.s. * ist nat. philos. ; ist chem.; Bower Latin; ist Walker 
math.; salut. ; 4' B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Walker instr. in math., Amherst col., '73-6; prof, of 
math., Colorado col., '77- * Auth., "An intro. to geom. on the anal, plan." * Con- 
trib., "Smithsonian report for '80"; Annals of Math.; Analyst; Trans, of the Am. math. soc. 
* Mem., Am. math, soc; fellow. Am. assn. adv. of sci. * A.M., Harvard, '99; Ph.D.. 
Haverford, '00. * m. Mabel Wiley, Weymouth, Mass., 13 Jul. '82. 

*Lucius Parker Merriam. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Teacher. * Rrc.sce., v.pres. * b. Grafton, Mass., 22 Nov. '46; son of Chas. and Caro 
line (Parker); prep., Monson acad. * 2d Eng. essay; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Norwich, Ct., 
'73-4; Springfield, Mass., '74-5: Providence, R.L, '75-82; rep. and corresp., Knoxville 
('Vtn-n.)daily Chronicle, '82-3. * m. Emily A. demons, Danielsonville, Ct., i Sep.'75. * 
d. 20 Sep. '83. 

Charles Negley. Rio Grande, Brazil, S. A. 

U.S. consul. * Treas. * b. Hagerstown, Md., 18 Aug.'52. * 4th mineral,; A.B. * 
Law stu., N.Y. univ.; law., Baltimore; mfr., Hagerstown, Md.; L^.S. consul, Rio Grande, 
Brazil, S.A. * m. Hester Hopkins, Hagerstown, 8 Jun.'9o. * Pro.. Walter, 'yi. 



AMHERST 



293 



Granville Webster Nims. 

. Clergyman. ' Prc.s. * b. 
A.B * Stu., Un. theol. sem., 
'76-S; stu., Berlin (Ger. ) iiniv. 
Troy, N.Y., 14 lul.'Si. 



Walton, N. Y. 

Koxbury, N.H.. 17 Jul. '49. * Comnienc. appt. ; •!> B K. ; 

'7i-'(>'< ord. (Cong.) Greenwich, Ct., 4 Oct. '77: pas. there, 

'78-80; pas., Walton, N.Y., '81-. * m. Tulia L. Weed, 



Lewis Sperry. Hartford, Ct. 

Lawyer. * Pics. * b. S.Windsor, Ct., 23 Jan. '48; son of Danl. and Harriet F. (Pel- 
ton); prep., Monson acad. * ' ist Hardy prize; A.B.: A.M. * Law stu., Hartford, Ct., 
'73-5; adm. to bar, '75: law., Hartford ,'75- * Mem., Ct. h. of reps., '76; coroner for 
Hartford co., '82-91; mem. of Cong., '91-5. ' m. KHz. E. Wood, E.Windsor, 7 Nov. '78. 

Floyd Emerson Sherman. 1167 Lincoln St., Topeka, Kan. 

Superintendent. * T^cas * b. Hurrillville, K.L, 15 Nov. '50; son of Jesse B. and 
Mary J.; prep.. Andover acad. * Commenc. appt.; A.B. * Tea., Harvard, Mass., '73-4; 
Hi.^hland milit acad., Worcester, '74: stu., Yale div. sch., 75-6, '77-8; miss, in Kan., '76-7; 
ord. (Cong.^ Stockton, Kan., t8 Apr.'79; pas. there, '78-89; fin. agt., Stockton acad., '89-90; 
bus. mgr. and tea., '90-1; prin.. '9f-6; pas., Kanawha, '07-8: dist. supt., Kan. children's 
home soc, '99. * Sec, N.W. assn of Cong. chs. and ministers of Kan., '80-90; dir. and 
sec, Kan. home miss, soc, '81-5. * Contrib., Advance. * m. Hattie B. Markham,, 
Twelve Mile, Kan., 21 Doc. 'Si; (2) Mrs. M.-'.ry L. (Markham) Halhert. Kirwin. 5 Jun.'go. 



Jacob George Thompson. 

. * M Amherst, '69-71. 

*David Hathaway Woods. 

Law student. * b. iChnira. N.\ ., 7 Mar.'.so. 
d. 6 Iun.'7S. 



1026 Filbert St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



A.B. 



Elmira, N. Y. 

I-aw stu.. Elmira, '73-5. * 



Winfred Bancroft. 

Physician. * Trens.. 
* Stu., Harv. med. sch. 
Lean asylum for insane, 
house of correction. 



1874 



597 Broadway, S. Boston, Mass. 

rcc.scc, prcs. * b. Baldwinsville, Mass., ,^0 May '50. * A.B. 
, '74-7, M.D. ; asst. phys., Danvers (Mass.) lun. hosp., '77-8; Mc- 
Somcrvillc, '73-80; phys., S.Boston '80-. * Phys. to Suffolk co. 



Benjamin Franklin Brown. Fitchburg, Mass. 

Business. * b. Lowell, Vt.. 8 Dec. '49; son of Jos. and Katharine (Scott); prep. Fitch- 
burg h.s. * .\.B. * Tea., Fitchburg, '74-81; Athol, '81-3; Montpelier, Vt., '83-; Boston. 
Mass.; pres. and mgr., r>rown bag-filling machine co., Fitchburg (res., 530 Mass. av., Bos- 
ton"). 

Salem Darius Charles. 23 Court St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. Brinifield, Mass., 19 Mar.'so. * Baseball and crew; 2d mineral.; A.B. 
* Tea., Shelburne Falls. Mass., '74-5; in Europe, '75-6; law stu., Boston univ., '76-7; adm. 
to bar, '78; law., j'Soston (res., Jamaica Plains) '78-. 



George Bolivar Copp. 

Physician * b. St. Louis, Mo. 
(last known address.) 



At Amherst, '70- 



Med. stu.; phys., St. Louis 



William Elliot Judd. 14 Pleasant St., Holyoke, Mass. 

Teacher. * b. Grand Rapids. Mich., 3 Sep. '55; son of Saml. A. and Clara L. (Smith); 
prep.. Monson acad. * Baseball: <i> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Tea., Holyoke (Mass.) h.s., '74- 
80; prin., gram, sch., '80-2; tea., Hartford (Ct.) h.s., '82-5; prin., Holyoke (Mass.) h.s., 
'85-97; Ham. gram, sch., Holyoke, '99-. * Mem., Mass. h. of reps., '99. * m. Frances 
L Brown, Holyoke, 16 Jul. '78. 



George Henry Mellen. 5 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Treas., pres.; sec, Amherst corjyoration. * h. Brookfield, Mass., 2 Oct. '50. 
* Latin prize; class pres.; * B K. ; A.B. * Tea., Belchertown, Mass., '74-6; Southbridge, 
'76-80; law stu., Worcester, '80-2; adm. to bar, '82; law., Worcester, '82-96; Boston (res., 
Newton Highlands), '96-. * Sec, .Xmherst alum. assn. of cent. Mass., '87-8; registrar of 
voters, Worcester, '85-90; mem., Mass. h of reps., '95-6; Newton bd. of aldermen, '00-. * 
m. Nora M. Walker, Brooklyn, N.Y., 27 Jun.'77. * Bro., Frank L.. '8r. 



29 i DELTA UPSILON DECENNIAL. 

William Cross Merrill. 51 Mall St., Lynn, Mass 

Clergyman. * Kcc.scc. v.pres., pres. ; del. to 'y, conv. * b. Andover, Mass., 14 Mar, 
'50; son of Jas. and Susan G. (Farley); prep., Andover acad. * Ed., Student; A.B. 
A.M. * Sec, Capital woolen mills, Sacramento, Cal., '74-9; stu., Pac. theol. sem., '81-4 
B.D.; ord. (Cong.) Sacramento, 19 May 84; pas. there, '84-90; San Diego, '90-4; Lynn 
Mass., '96-. * Trustee, 'Mills col., '85; moderator, Gen. Cong. assn. of Cal., '88; vis. Pac 
theol. sem., '89, and lect., '90; res. lie. And. theol. sem., '95-6. * Contrib., Outlook; Con 
gregationalist ; Pacific. * Charter mern., Cal. museum and lit. soc. * m. Gertrude 
McKee, Stockton. Cal., 2 Nov. '86. 

Nathan Morse. 215 Spicer St., Akron, 0. 

Lawyer. * J teas., v.pres., pres.; del to 'y4 com'. * b. Union, Ct., 2 Nov. '48; son of 
Amasa and Sarah A.; prep., Monson acad. * Col. crew; A.B. * Law stu., Worcester, 
Mass., and Boston univ., '74-5; adm. to bar, '75; law.. New Hartford, Ct., '76-82; 48 Cen- 
tral bldg., Akron, O., '8:;-. * Clerk, Ct. h. of reps. * m. Ellen J. White, S. Hadley 
Falls, Mass., Jun.'76. * Bro., Chcs. F., 'j2. 

Howard Burr Scott. Danbury, Ct. 

Lawyer. * Rcc.sec, prcj.; v. pres., '74 cunv. * b. Bridgeport, Ct., 25 Aug.'si. * 
4> B K. ; A.B. * Law stu., '76-8; adm. to bar, '78; law., Danbury, '78-. * City ct. judge; 
city lib. trustee. 

Charles Goddard Stearns. Leicester, Mass. 

Physician. * Trcns,, rec.sec, v. pres. * b. Barre, Mass., 28 Apr.'so; son of Timothy 
L. and Eliza (Howe); prep., Fitchburg h.s. * 2d chem. ; commenc. appt. ; "l' B K. ; A.B. 
* Tea., W. Springfield, Mass., '74-5; Fitchburg, '75-8; stu., Harv. med. sch., '81, M.D. ; 
phys., Brookfield, Mass., '81-5; Leicester, '85-. * Mem., Mass. med. soc. * m. Carrie 
F. C. Willard, Fitchburg, i2.fan.'8i. 

Foster Russell Waite. Talcottville, Ct. 

Clergyman. * b. Chicopee F'alls, Mass., 20 Oct. '50; son of Alb. .\. and Jerusha (Kel- 
logg). * Ed, Olio: A.B. * Stu., Yale div. sch., '74-7, B.D. ; ord. (Cong.) Granby, 
Mass., 29 Apr.'79; pas. there, '78-80; New Preston, Ct., '81-3; E. Hartford, "83-90; Talcott- 
ville, '90-. * m. .Augusta Cogswell, New Preston, 19. Tun. '84. 

George Youngs Washburn. 34 Courtland St., Everett, Mass. 

Clergyman. * I'.prcs.; poet, '77 conv. * b. Cincinnati, (.)., 9 Sep. '51; son of Rev. 
Franklin Y. and Mary A. (Pond); prep., Andover acad. * Soph. Kellogg five; ist Hardy 
prize debate; commenc. appt.; A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Holliston (Mass.) h.s., '74-6; instr. 
in orat., Williston sem., F.asthampton, '76-7; Un. theol. sem., '77-8; And. theol. sem., '78-80, 
B.D.; ord. (Cong.) F.verett, Mass., 26 Apr. '82; pas there, '81-9; Hancock, Mich., '89-93; 
Waterville, Me., '93-6; Harwich, ilass., '96-9; Walpole, '99-00; Everett, '00- * Chair- 
man, Lake Superior assn miss, com., 5 yrs. * Auth., "Civil rights under the Mosaic 
law," '80. * m. Esther H. Henderson, Everett, Mass., 13 Jan. '83. 



1875 

Charles Arnd. 99 Randolph St., Chicago, 111. 

Lawyer. * Pres. * b. Bernhcrd's Bay, N.Y., 26. Tan. '55: son of Fred, and Carohne 
(Kreutzer). * A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Berlin and Heidelberg univs. ; law stu., Chicago, 
HI.; adm. to bar, '78; law., Chicaffo, '78- * Chicago city jus., '80-6. * Bro., Freder- 
ick, '8:. 

Frank Irving Babcock. Attleboro, Mass. 

Lawyer. * Treas., v. pres., pres. * b. Attleboro, Mass., 26 Dec. '51; son of Horatio N. 
and Hannah G. (Bullock); prep... Attleboro. * Commenc. orat.; 4> B K. ; A.B. * Stu., 
Bost. law sell.; adm. to bar, '78; law., Attleboro, Mass., '78- * Selectman, Attleboro. 

James Poole Bacon. North Cambridge, Mass. 

Stenographer. * b. Gloucester, Mass. * At Amherst, '7T-2. * Stenographer, Bos- 
ton daily Advertiser, '75-84; Walter Rogers & co., Boston; Bacon and Burpee, Tremont 
bldg., Boston. 



AMHERST— 1875-76. 295 

David Wilder Goodale. Suffield, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Trcas., rec.scc, pres.; del to '75 conv. * b. Douglas, Mass., 28 Dec. '47; 
son of .las. A. and Eliz. (Putnam); prep., Monson acad. * Kellogg speaker; Hardy prize 
debater; pres., mus. assn.; class pres.; commenc. appt. ; A.B. * Stu., And. theol. sem., '75- 
8, B.D.; ord. (Cong.) Troy, N.H., SUct.'78; pas. there, '78-83; S. Sudbury, Mass., '83-7; 
Hillsboro Bridge, N.H., '87-95; Suffield, Ct., '95-. * Mem., Troy, N.H. sch. com., 3 yrs. ;■ 
Sudbury, Mass., 2 yrs.; Suffield, Ct., 2 yrs. * m. Mary L. Reed, 9 Jul. '78. 

Frank Alvan Hosmer. Honolulu, H. T. 

Teacher. * Trcas., rec.sec, pres. * b. Woburn, Mass., 14 Nov.'53. * Class hist, 
and prophet; ed.. Olio; A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Woburn, Mass., '75-6; Hitchcock h.s.. Brim- 
field, '76-7; prin., I'almer h.s., .'77*8; Great Barrington, '78-88; ed., Berkshire Courier, '88- 
9; pres., Oahn col., Honolulu, H.I., '90-00. * Mem., Great Barrington sch. com.; dir., 
and lib., town lib.; mem., advisory council of Hawaii, '95-6. * m. Esther M. Kellogg, 
Amherst, !Mass., 14 Aug.'78. 

Rudolph KaufEman. "Evening Star," Washington, D. C. 

Editor. * Baseball; A.B. * Kd., Washington (D.C.) even. Star. 

*Charles Pierce Littlefield. South Weymouth, Mass. 

Student. * Rec.scc. cor. sec. * At Amherst, '71-4; v. gym. cap.; cap., baseball. * 
d. 25 Apr.'74. 

Millard Filmore Logan. Sheldon, la. 

Merchant (retired). * Rcc.src. * h. Pemberton, N.J., 29 Dec. '50. * At Amherst, 
'71-4; col. crew. * Tea., Bordentown, N.J., '74-5; among Indians, Winnebago, Neb., '75- 
7; merchant, Sheldon, la., '77-80; stock raiser, '80-4; lumber and coal dealer, '84-92; hard- 
ware dealer, '94-00. ' m. .\fary Zeller, Potosi, Wis., 15 Sep. "86. 

*Warren Thompson. North Woburn, Mass. 

Student. * b. Wolnirn. Mass., 8 Feb. '50. * At Amherst, '71-2. * d. 12 Dec. '72. 

Henry Thomas Whitney. Foochow, China- 

Medical missionary. * At .-Nmherst, '71: at Middlebury, '71-3. * See Middlcbury. 



1876 

*Gerritt Hiram Chaffee. Wethersfield, Ct. 

Prison clerk. * b. Westford, Ct., 26Aug.'si; son of Danl. and Sophronia (Pease); 
prep., Monson (Mass.) acad. * A.B. * Farmer and tea., '76-87; clerk, Ct. state prison, 
Wethersfield, '87-91. * Jus. of peace; mem., Ct. h. of reps., '77. * m. Jennie S. Wel- 
,2on, Hartford, 2 .\pr.\88. * d. Denver, Col., 22 Jul. '91. 

♦George Washington Cloak. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clergyman. * Trcas.. pres.; del. to '75 conv. * b. Phila., Pa., i Feb. '55; son of Saml. 
F. and Mary .\. (Connor); prep., Phila. h.s. * Sawyer medal; Bond prize; 2d Hardy 
prize; commenc. appt.; 4'BK.; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., Epis. div. sch., Phila., '76-9; ord. 
(Epie. dea.) i9jun.'79; stu., Ger., '79. * d. Bonn, Ger., 4 Nov.'79. 

George Newton Cross. Robinson Seminary, Exeter, N. H. 

Teacher. * V.prcs. ;'rcs. * b. Methuen,- Mass., 26 Jul. '53. * Class pres.; <1>BK. ; 
A.B.; A.M. * Prin., N. Andover h.s., '76-81; Ipswich, '81-3; Robinson fern, sem., Exe- 
ter, N.H., '83-. * Auth., ■"Elem. chem. technics," '87. * m. Mary S. Sawyer, 29 Nov.'77. 

Robert Edward Denfeld. Hunter's Park, Duluth, Minn. 

School superintendent. * b. Westboro, Mass., sgjun.'ss; son of Frank and Margaret. 
A.B.; .^.M. * Prin.. Southhoro (Mass.) h.s., '76-8; Needham, '78-81; trav. in S.A., and 
stu., Boston law sch., '81-2; adm. to bar, '82; prin., W'ebster h.s., '82-3; Weymouth, '83-4; 
sch. supt., Mankato, Minn., '84-5; Duluth, '85-. * m. Helen S. Boyd, Needham, Mass., 
23 Nov. '82. * Bros., Lov.is E., 't^; Wm. P., Brown '81; Chas. A., Brozvn '8g. 

♦Robert Ely. Wilbraham, Mass. 

Student. * Rec.scc.. pres. ' b. Wilbraham, Mass., 20 Oct.'48. * At .Xmherst, '72-5. 
• d. 3 Nov.'75. 



296 DELTA UPSTLON DECENNIAL. 

Robert Henry Fulton. 

. * At Amherst, '72-5; fresh, dec.; gvm. cap. * Last known address, Latro!)c. 

Pa. 

John Howland. Apartado 13, Guadaljara, Mex. 

Missionary. * Trcas., rcc.sec, v.pres., pres. * b. Jaffna, Ceylon, 13 ;Mar.'54; son of 
Wm. W. and Susan (Keed); prep., Williston sem., Easthampton, Mass. * Gym. cap.; 
commenc. appt. : '1' B K. ; A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., Leicester, INIass., '76-7; Danielsonville, Ct., 
'77-9; stu.. Hart, theol. sem., '79-82; ord. (Cong.) Danielsonville, 16 Jiin.'S^; miss., Guadal* 
jara, Mex., '82-00; pas.. Union (Am.) evang. ch., '00- * Pres., Mex. nat. fed. of Y.P.S., 
'98-00; dir., Internat. col., 'oi-. * Trans., Stalker's "Life of Christ," '92; ed.. El Tcstigo. 
'86. * m. Sara Chollar, J^anielsonville, 9 Aug. '82. * Bros., ll'fii. S.. '70; David B., '83. 

Charles Francis Wayland Hubbard. 843 Front St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Clergyman. * V.pres. * b. Dresden, Tenn., 15 Jan. '57. * Bertram Latin scholar; 
2d Hutchins Greek prize; monitor; <^ B K. ; A.B.; A.M. * Prin., Woodstock (Ct.) acad., 
'76-8; stu., And. theol. .sem., '78-81; ord. (Cong.) Ellsworth, Me., '86; pas.. Fall River, 
Mass., '81-2; stu in Ger., '82-6; pas., Ellsworth, Me., '86-90; w.c., New Haven, Ct., '90-1; 
Danville, Ky., '91-7; Buffalo, N.Y., '97- 

Aaron Burtis Hunter. Raleigh, N. C. 

Clergyman and teacher. * Treiv... rec.sec, v.pres.. pres.; del to '76 conv. * h. Phila.. 
Pa., 26 Apr.'54; son of John C. and Sarah A. f Clark); prep., Reynolds acad., Wilmington. 
Del. * Commenc. appt.; 't" B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem.. '76-7; Un. theol. sem.. 
'77-9; Berlin (Gcr.) univ., '79-So: ord. (Epis.) Phila., Pa., i May '82; asst. rect., German- 
town, 'S1-2; rect., Hillsboro, O., '82-4; miss., Manitou, Col., '85; Denver, '85-6; chap, and 
tea., Wolfe Hall, Denver. '86-8; v. prin., St. Augustine's sch., Raleigh, N.C., '89-91; prin., 
'91-. ' Ed., li'cstern Churchman. '86-7. * m. Sarah L. Taylor, Brooklyn, X.V., 19 
Jan. '88. 

Knox Johnston. 

. * .\t Amherst, '72-4. * Last known address, Sprague, Wash. 

Samuel Rutherford Johnston. 186 14th St., Portland, Ore. 

Teacher. * b. Hopedale, O., i Sep. '46; son of Sand. P. and Eleanor ^L ; prep., Andover 
•acad. * At Amherst, '72-5; baseball and crew. * Stu., Gottingen (Ger.) univ., '75-6; 
Tubingen univ., '76-8, Ph.D.; prof, of math, and mod. lang.. Parsons col., la., '79-89; prin., 
Portland (Or.) acad.. '80- ^ Mem., Am. mod. lang. assn. * m. .Mice Littlefield, Brock- 
ton, Mass., 28 Dec. '86. * Bro.,. Ktio.r., '76 I'. 

Franklin Ripley. Troy, N. H, 

Manufacturer. * Rec.sec. * b. Springfield, Mass., i2 0ct.'53; son of Barrett and 
Marv C. (Richmond); prep., Andover acad. * * B K. ; A.B. * Asst., Troy (N.H.) 
blanket mills, '76-88; nigr., '88- * m. Clara I. Keyes, Keene. N.H., 8 Sep.'So. 

^Wellington Jarvis White. Macao, China. 

Missionary. * V.pres. * b. Rensselaerville, N.Y., 21 Jan. '51; son of Abner and Anna 
E. (Watson); prep., Owego (N.Y.) acad. * A.B. * Tea., Bloomburg (Pa.) norm, sch., 
'76-7; stu., Un. theol. sem., '77-80; ord. (Presb.) Owego, N.Y., 9jun.'8o; miss.. Canton 
and Macao, China, '80-90, res., Elmira, N.Y., '90-1. * m. Mary A. Martin, Mt. Vernon, 
N.Y., 6 Oct.'8u. * Bro.. Geo. .-i., '87. * d. Elmira. N.Y., 27 Jul. '91. 



1877 

Clarence Howard Barber. Manchester, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Treas., rec.sec, pres. * b. Canton, Ct., 6 Feb. '53. * Track team; ist 
mile, and 2d half-mile runs, intercol., '75; commenc. appt.; "l- B K. ; A.B. * Stu., Hart, 
theol. sem., '77-80; ord. (Cong.) Torringford, Ct., '80; pas. there, '80-6; Manchester, 'S6-. 
* Sec, Hart, theol. sem., alum.; Ct. Cong, club: mem., Ct. h. of reps.. '85; chap. h. of 
reps., '99, and of senate, '01; pres., state C.E. soc, '99- * m. Minnie L. Johnson, Hart- 
ford, Ct., 29 Sep.'So. 

*Albert Montgomery Chadwick. Omaha, Neb. 

Lawyer and judge. * V.pres. * h. St. Johnsbury, Vt., 4 Dec. '54; son of Alb. G. and 
Helen "(Martin) ; prep., St. Johnsburv h.s. * A.B. * Law stu., Omaha. Neb., '77-9; 
adm. to bar. '79; law., Omaha, '79-84. * Co. judge, '81-4. * m. Edwina Shearn, Hous- 
ton, Tex., 4 Oct. '82. * d. 14 Feb.'84. 



AMHERST — 1877- 297 

*George Henry Ferry. Milton, Mass. 

Student. * Rcc.sec. * h. Milton, Mass., lo Aug. '52. * At Amherst, '73-5- * d- 
16 .run.'75- 

Robert Orlando Graham. . 1108 N. East St., Bloomington, 111. 

College proftssor. " Frcs. * h. Petersville, Pa., lo Jun.'53. * <i> B K. ; A.B.; A.M. 
* Tea., Monson (Mass.) acad., '77-8; prof, of chem. and geol., Westminster col., '78-86; 
stu., Johns Hopkins univ.. '86-8, Ph.D.; prof, of chem. and geol.. 111. Wesleyan utiiv., 
Bloomingdale, Jll., '88-; act. pres., '97-8. * Act. mayor of Bloomington, "97-9; mem., 
city council, '97- * Mem.. Der deutschen Chem. gesellschaft; Am. chem. assn. * m. 
Eleanor S. Campbell, \'ew Wilmington, Pa., 23. Tun. 'Si. 

Joseph Beaumont Hingeley, 1028 Logan Av., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Presiding elder. * Rl-cscc, r.frcs. * b. Carmichaels, Pa., 26 Jan. '56; son of Ezra 
and Anne (Warwick); prep., IMassillon (O.) h.s. * ist Hutchins Greek prize; A.B.; A.M. 

* Theol. stu., Boston univ., '77-8; prin., Provincetown (Mass.) h.s., '78-81; ord. (Meth.) 
Providence, R.I., 9 Apr. '8 2; pas., Bridgewater, Mass., '81-2; New Bedford, '83-5; Fergus 
I'alls, Minn., '84-6; Minneapolis, '87- pres. elder, Fergus Falls dist., '88-90; pas., 13th av. 
ch., Minneapolis, '91-2; Foss ch., '93-6; Trinity ch., '97-9; pres. elder, Litchfield dist., 
Minn., '99- * Trustee, Red River inst., Fergus I'^alls, '88; vis., Hamline univ., '89-90; 
treas., Minn. ?\Ieth. conf , 'S8-9; sec, N. Minn, conf., '95-; del. to gen. confs., Cleveland, 
'96; Chicago, '00; pros., N.W assn. of Amherst alum. * Mem., Meth. 4iist. soc, Boston, 
Mass.; Minn. hist. soc. * D.l)., Hamline '97. * m Emma E. Wert, Massillon, O., 26 
Aug.'79. 

George Kress. Westfield, Mass. 

Lawyer. * b. E. Wind.sor, Ct., 24 Dec. '48. * .^.B. * Law stu., Springfield, Mass., 
'77-8; adm. to bar, '78; law., Huntington; Westfield. * m. Georgetta .\dams, Broad 
Hrook, Ct., 21 Jan. '79. 

William White Leete. 205 Orchard St., New Haven, Ct. 

Clergyman. * Rec.sec. f pres., fires. * b. Windsor, Ct., 11 Oct. '54; son of Theo. A- 
and Mary C. (White); prep., Monson acad. * Baseball; ist jr. essay; commenc. appt.; 
•t>HK. ; .^.B. * Stu., Yale div. sch., '77-81, B.D.; ord. (Cong.) Ridgeheld, Ct., 8 Feb.'82; 
pas. there, "81-8; Rockford, Hi.. '88-98; New Haven, Ct., '99- * Contrib., Congregation- 
alist; Advauce: S.E.Mag. * D.D.. Knox '97. * m. Sarah E. Rockwell, Ridgefield, Ct., 
4 .'\pr.'83. 

Arthur Haydn Pearson. Northfield, Minn. 

College professor. ' Cor. sec. fires.: del. to '76 conv. * b. Haverhill, Mass., 28 Jun. 
'50; son of Moses H. and Ruth B. (Perkins); prep., Andover acad. * Woods prize; ed.. 
Student; <!> B K. ; A.B.; .\.M. * Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '77-8; And. theol. sem., '78-80; 
ord. (Cong.) Haverhill, Mass., 7 Jul.''8o; prof of chem. and phys., Carleton col., Northfield, 
Minn., '80-90; of philos. and Bib. sci., '90-. * m. Alice L. Armsbv, Council Grove, Kan., 
7 Jul.'Ss. 

Wellington Record. Wollaston, Mass. 

Physician. * Rcc.sec, fires. * Cap. baseball; .\.P.. * Prin., Granhy (Mass.) h.s., 
'77-8; tea., Braintree, '78-85; stu., Bellevue hosp. med col., '85-6. M.D.; phys., Wollaston, 
Mass., '86-. 

Erastus Gilbert Smith. Beloit, Wis. 

College professor. ^ Rcc.sec, fires. * b. S. Hadley, Mass., 30 Apr., '55; son of 
Byron and Nancy (Dwight); prep., S. Hadley h.s. * 3d mineral; commenc. appt.; 'I'BK.; 
A.B.: A.M. * Stu., Bellevue hosp. med. col.. '77-8; tea., Williston sem., Easthampton, 
'78-81; stu., Gottingcn (Ger.) univ., '82-3, Ph.D.; prof, of chem. and mineral., Beloit (Wis.) 
col., '81-: * Mayor, Beloit. '87-9, '90-1. * .^uth., "Determination of rock-forming min- 
erals," '85; "Chem. of the metals." * Contrib., Am. Chem. jour.: .im. jour, of Sci. * 
Mem., Am. assn. for adv. of sci.; Ger. chem. soc.; v. pres.. Wis. acad. of arts and sci. * 
m. V^liz. Mayher, Easthampton, Mass., 26 Dec. '83. 

Erasmus Burton Waples. i E. gth St., Wilmington, Del. 

Teacher. * V. fires. * A.B. ; .\.M. * Tea. of math., Rittenhouse acad.. Phila.. Pa., 
'81-99; asst. sec, Wilmington. Del., '00-. 



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Horace Hall Buck. Cheshire, Ct.. 

Clergyman. * b. Jiartford, Ct., 28.lun.'55: son of Geo. and Lucy F. ; prep., Hartford 
h.s. * <t> B K. ; A.E. * Stu., Berkeley div. sch., '79-82; ord. (Epis.) Middletown, Ct., 
31 May '82; asst. minister. New Haven, '82-3; rector, Austin, Neb., '83-6; Eureka, '86-8; 
Olympia, Wash., '88-92; Pocatello, Id., '92-3; Foxboro, Mass., '93-00; Cheshire, Ct., '00-. 

* m. Harriet G. .Sumner, Reno, Nev., 26 Jun.'84. 

Francis Guild Burgess. Baring Bros. & Co., London, E. C, Eng. 

Clergyman. * Pres., poet, '80 conv. * h. Dedham, Mass., 17 Feb. '56; son of Eben. G. 
and Caroline F. (Guild); prep., Andover acad. * Class-day poet; A.B.; A.M. * Stu., 
Berkeley idiv. sch., '7S-81; ord (.Epis.) Charlestown, Mass., 22 May '83; asst. rector, Mid- 
dletown, Ct., '81-2; Ste. Stephen's ch., Phila., Pa., '83-4; rect., St. John's ch., Worcester, 
Mass., '84-97; asst. min.. Am. Epis. ch., Florence, Italy, '97-. * m. Christine J. Hall, 
Middletown, Ct., 29 .run.'92. 

Louis Eniil Denfield. 37 Bradlee St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Lawyer. * V.prcs.; pres. * h. Westboro, Mass., 26 Sep. '54; son of Frank and Mar- 
garet. * 1st German; A.B. * Prin., Fairfax (Vt.) acad., '78-9; Wellesley (Mass.) h.s., 
'79-81; adm. to bar, '81; law., Webster, Mass., '81-4; Westboro, '84-90; Boston, '90-. * 
Town clerk. Webster, '83-4; lib. trustee, assessor and mem. sch. com., Westboro; comr. of 
insolv. for Worcester co. * m. Etta M. Kelley, Westboro, 26 Oct. '87. ' Bros., Robt. E., 
'76; Wm. F., Bro'iVn '81; Clias. W., Brozmx '%. 

Thomas Legate Fisher. Ayer, Mass. 

Clergyman. * Rcc.scc; pres. * b. Hartford, Ct., SJun.'ss; son of Thos. T. and 
Laura A. (Legate); prep., Hartford h.s. * A.B. * Med. stu., Springfield, Mass., and 
Bellevue med. col., N.Y. city, '78-9; theol. stu., '79-8.3; ord. (Epis. priest). Linden, Mass., 
17 Dec. '84; pas. there, '83-8; rec, Clinton, '88-95; vicar, St. Augusta catli., Sioux Falls, 
S.D., "95-9; rec, .Ayer and Groton, Mass., '00-. * m. Eliz. D. Sharpies, W. Phila., Pa., 17 
Nov. '86. * Bro., Curdon R., '82. 

Andrew Duff Heffern. Epis. Divinity Sch., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Divinity school professor. * b. Phila., Pa., 24 Feb. '56; son of Andrew D. and Eliz.; 
prep_. privately. * At Amherst, '74-6; at Harvard, '76-8, A.B. with ist honors in philos. 

* Stu., Epis. div. sch.; and Berlin (Ger.) t:niv., '78-81; ord. (Epis.) Jun.'8i; pas., Hills- 
boro, O.: Phila., Pa.; asst. pas., San Francisco, Cal. ; pas., Hazelwood, Pa.; prof, of N.T. 
lit., Epis. div. sch., Phila. * Contrib., Avi. Reprint; Encyclo. Britannica; Church Stan- 
dard. * Mem., Soc. of Bib. lit. and exegesis. * m. Louisa F. Wagner, Phila., 3 Jul.'89. 

Guy Hinsdale. 3943 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Physician. * b. Brooklyn, N.Y., 26 Oct. '58. * 3d mineralogy; A.B.; A.M. * Med. 
stu., univ. of Pa., '78-81, M.D.; res. phys., Epis. hosp., Phila., '81-3; phys., Phila., '83-. * 
Treas., Phila. neurol. soc; fellow, Phila. col. of phys.; sec. Am. climatological assn. ; pres., 
Pa. soc. for prevention of tuberculosis; ir.em.. Am. neurol. assn. * Auth., "Essay on Syr- 
ingomyelia" (Alvarenza prize, '95); "Essay on acromegaly," (Boylston prize, Harvard, '98). 

* Contrib., Medical journals. * m. Mary P. Graham, Phila., iiMar.'go. 

Edward Newell Kingsbury. Woonsocket, R. I. 

Physician. * Rcc.scc, 7'. pres., pres. * A.B.; A.M. * Med. stu., Boston and Phila- 
delphia, '7S-80; M.D. ; phvs., Spencer, Mass, '80-3; Newton Centre, '83-4; Woonsocket, 
R.I., '84-. 

Stephen Allison Norton. 1660 Fifth St., San Diego, Cal. 

Clergyman. * J'. pres.; del. to '77 conv. * h. Bradford, Pa., 9jun.'54: son of Wm. 
W. and Frances (McCoy); prep., Carleton col. * Commenc. appt. ; <t> B K. ; A.B. * 
Stu., Hart, theol. sem., '78-9; Chicago theol. sem., '79-Si, B.D.; ord. (Cong.) Amboy, 111., 
6 Oct. '81; pas. there, '81-4; Princeton, '84-91; Highland, Cal., '92-3; San Diego, '94- * 
D.D., Carleton '95. * m. Thermia L. Hunt, Northfield. Minn.. 11 Tun. '81: (2) Mary Pen- 
lield, Kockford, 111., 20 May '99. * Bro., Edivin C, '70; son, Paul JV.. '05. 

Lorenzo Whitney Searle. 44 Pine St., New York City. 

Lawyer. * V.prcs.: e.rec. council, 'So-Qi. * b. Holyoke, Mass., s Oct. '52; son of Bela 
P. and Juliette (Warner); nrep., Greenfield h.s. and privately. * A.B. ; A.M. * Tea., 
Bethlehem, Ct., '78-9; Greenwich. '79-80; Stonington, '80-1: Sing Sing, N.Y., '81-6; adm. 
to bar, Poiigskeepsie, '85: law. and investment broker, Sing Sing and N.Y. city (res., 355% 
Monroe st,. Brooklyn) '86-. 



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Ezra Allen Slack. Harvard & Marion Sts., Brookline, Mass. 

Clergyman. * b. Brorkport, N.Y., 7 May 52; son of Isaac \V. and Harriet A. (Martin); 
prep., Andover acad. * A.B. * Stn., Hart, tlienl. sem., '79; And. theol. sem., '80-1; 
ord. (Cong.) Merrimack, X.H., 1.3 Oct. '8i; pas. fliere, '81-7- w.c, Brookline, Mass., '87-. 

* Bank pres. and direc. ; v. pres., L'nion cliapel assn., Hyannisport. * m. Addie H. How-