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FOURTH DECENNIAL 



CATALOGUE 



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Editor in Chief, 
ROBERT L. MASSONNEAU, Jr., $ '8i. 



Pi, 


R. L. MASSONNEAU, Jr. 


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Upsilon. 


J. M. Manly, 


r'85. 


Theta, 


John P. Hubbard, Jr. 


, e '83. 


Beta. 


S. F. Engs, Jr., 


4^ '83. 


Mu, 


C. B. F. Palmer, 


ilf '83. 


Gamma. 


J. H. Pahlen, 


r '83. 


Alpha, 


Wm. R. Evans, 


A '84. 


Lambda. 


F. A. Walker, 


J/ '82. 


Eta. 


Osgood Smith, 


X '83. 


Chi. 


H. D. Stebbins, 


A"82. 


Phi, 


H. H. Parsons, 


$'82. 


Omicron. 


W. F. Campbell, 


<?'83. 


Epsilon, 


F. A. Wadleigh, 


E'%1. 


PH, 


F. A. Wadleigh, 


^'81. 


Zeta. 


S. F. Engs, Jr., 


<^'83. 


Tau. 


J. R. Hagood, 


7"83. 


Delta. 


R. W. Perkins, 


<2>'84. 


Nu. 


H. A. Strong, 


A^'82. 


Sigma. 


Smith Debbage, 


If '83. 


Iota, 


F. F. Oster, 


/'83. 


Kappa. 


J. 0. Woodward, 


4>'82. 


Rho. 


H. J. Ward, 


/"83. 







TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PREFACE. 

INTRODUCTION. 

LIST OF ALPHAS, . 

ALPHA PI, 

ALPHA THETA, 

ALPHA MU. 

ALPHA ALPHA. 

ALPHA ETA, 

ALPHA PHI, . 

ALPHA EPSILON, 

ALPHA ZETA. 

ALPHA DELTA, . 

ALPHA SIGMA, 

ALPHA KAPPA, . 

ALPHA UPSILON, . 

ALPHA BETA, . 

ALPHA GAMMA, . 

ALPHA LAMBDA. 

ALPHA CHI, . 

ALPHA OMI CRON 

ALPHA PSI, . 

ALPHA TAU. 

ALPHA NU, 

ALPHA IOTA, . 

ALPHA RHO, 

SUPPLEMENTAL CHAPTER LISTS, 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX, . 

RELATIONSHIP CHART, 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 

TABLE OF MEMBERSHIP, . 

ERRATA, .... 

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS, . 



PAGE 

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283 

295 
305 
3" 
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317 
349 
353 
383 
384 

385 







PREFACE. 




nPHE Thirty-ninth Annual Convention of the Frater- 
nity, held in New York City in March, 1881, intrusted to the 
Phi Alpha the duty oF publishing the fourth Decennial Cata- 
logue. 

Acting under the advice of many of the Alumni, and following 
the initial step taken two years previous by a well-known Greek 
letter society, it was determined to publish a Catalogue differing 
widely from its predecessors, in that it should present, as far as 
could be obtained, a complete record of every member of Chi 
Psi. 

We think we fully appreciated the time, labor, diligent research 
and patient inquiry required to gather and compress within the 
limited space and time allotted us the materials which make up the 
brief histories of over two thousand lives. To make our chronicle 
perfect in every respect is not within the limits of human possi- 
bility; but we have spared neither labor nor expense to arrive at 
accuracy and must be content to rest there. 

An earlier preparation of this work would have lessened the 
labor and produced more satisfactory results, as it would have 
given access to the personal experience of many with whom have 
died facts now beyond recall. It must therefore be obvious that 
the time for the publication of such a work as this had fully come. 





PREFACE. 





and a longer delay would only have added to the obscurity of the 
facts and the difficulty of their acquisition. 

Notwithstanding all our efforts, there are quite a large number 
of members whose whereabouts are unknown to us, and some his- 
tories are not as complete as we would wish to make them. But 
nuich of this incompleteness is due to the fact that the Civil War 
scattered far and wide the members of three of our Southern 
Alphas. Some rest on unknown fields, but nearly all have been 
traced. In no instance have we ceased our endeavors because 
the object of our search had joined the " Great Majority," 

In collating the material collected for the Catalogue we have 
omitted much which a few would regard with interest, but* many as 
unimportant. Gladly would we have added plaudits to many lives 
well spent, but it is the province of the cataloguer to be brief and 
concise. 

We have endeavored to give the full name of each member as 
far as possible, but in thirty-eight cases only initials can be given. 
In almost every instance this brevity is due to the fact that chris- 
tian names have not been written on fraternity records, and have 
not been sent by these members in answer to inquiries. 

It has been our aim to place under the one with which last 
connected, the names of those who have been members of two 
Alphas. 

In some instances, by their own wish, the name will be found 
in the list of that Chapter with which the member was most closely 
or longest connected. For further explanation see the Supple- 
mental Chapter List on page 315. Thirteen names are catalogued 
twice : in four instances (Becker, Duffield, Starr, and Waterman) 





PREFACE. 





through inadvertence on our part ; William Allen of the Union 
and Williams College Alphas, is placed in both by special request. 
The remaining eight names which recur twice are those of mem- 
bers of Alpha Omicron (Univ. of Va.). The active existence of 
this Chapter, composed almost entirely of those who came from 
other Alphas, was of short duration, and several members returned 
to the Alphas from which they came. To take these names from 
Alpha Omicron would leave it with a poor showing; nor would 
it be well to place them only in the Alpha with which they were 
not last or longest connected. 

Seven names, by mistake, have been omitted from these pages. 
They will be found in the Errata, near end of Catalogue. 

The signs used in the Catalogue will readily be understood. 
A single dagger after a name is used to indicate a non-graduate. 
All those not thus marked have obtained the graduate's degree. 
In most cases the number of years in college has been given. 
A double dagger after an address indicates that the residence 
given is the last correct one known, and that the member thus 
marked cannot yet be found. This method has been thought 
better than the one of giving no address, as further research may 
be aided by it. 

By addressing the Editor-in-Chief an explanation of the 
Greek characters will be given to any one not conversant with 
their meaning. All corrections and additions to this work may 
also be sent to him at any time, at Red Hook, N. Y. 

In the preparation of the Catalogue the list of each Alpha was 
placed in the hands of its under-graduate members, from whom an 
editor was chosen. In the case of Alphas not having an active 





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PREFACE. 




existence, the lists were looked after by under-graduate members 
of different Alphas. In two cases one member had the prepara- 
tion of two lists. Many of our under-graduates, in addition to the 
names given, have lent a helping hand; notably so F. A. Neilson, 
'82, and Clifton Baker, '81, of Gamma, and J. T. Douglas, '83, 
of Upsilon. 

The list of deceased members (the " Athenatoi " of previous 
catalogues) has been omitted as unnecessary. 

In conclusion, the editors take this opportunity to tender their 
grateful acknowledgments to the painstaking printers for their 
excellent typography, and to the many Alumni who in various 
ways have so kindly aided them in this work, and to testify to 
the cordiality with which their labors were seconded by those 
from whom it became their duty to solicit information. 

ROBERT L. MASSONNEAU, Jr. 







INTRODUCTION. 



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Can you number tbe gems on that Chi of gold, 
'*0r fathom the secrets those gems enfold? 
'*Then count them — though strange, you will find it true, 
"Two meanings in one, and one in two!" 




Oecret Societies are a peculiar feature of our American 
Colleges. They bear an important part in moulding the 
character of the students, who, during the four years of their 
collegiate course, are practically severed from parental oversight 
and home influences. The educational part of the student's life 
is known of course to his preceptors; but his private habits 
and conduct are disclosed only to those intimate friends with 
whom he daily associates and to whom he naturally turns for 
advice and sympathy. Upon the choice of those friends depends, 
in the main, his success in College and in after life. Time has 
demonstrated, in spite of the silly jealousy and factious opposi- 
tion of College officials, that the most valuable and enduring of 
such friendships originate in and are cemented by these peculiar 
student associations. 

But College Societies are variously constituted. Some are 
mere debating clubs and, under a cover of mystery and secrecy 
alike useless and absurd, gather in the largest possible number 





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INTRODUCTION. 





(often twenty from a single class) of the presumably " rising lit- 
erary men of the College," to swell the size of their catalogues and 
diminish their current expenses. Literary merit alone constitutes 
the qualification of such membership, and whatever social tie ex- 
ists is said to be that of " generous emulation." The relation is 
feeble, short lived and soon forgotten when the practical business 
of life supersedes the occasion for its existence. It may subse- 
quently revive pleasant recollections in after years, and — that is 
all. 

There are other Societies which are little else than boarding- 
house clubs intended to secure secret economy of living to their 
members. And again there are some of recent origin, created 
merely for purposes of social dissipation, without any community 
of interest, or definite object beyond the enjoyment of the passing 
hour, regardless of consequences. All these have a brief and 
evanescent existence. They become extinct after a few years, and 
are succeeded in turn by others equally ephemeral. 

Far different from all these are the old solid Greek-letter 
FRATERNITIES of nearly half a century's growth, prominent among 
which stands Chi Psi. Eclectic and conservative in its selection 
of members, while its Alphas sometimes remain silent for years 
until the right material for their repletion presents itself. It 
Never Dies. It recognizes no dividing line between College 
days and after life — between youth, manhood, or old age. Few, 
but fortunate indeed, are they who are admitted within its circle; 
for never has the Eternal Promise embodied in its Emblem been 
broken by one who wore it. Its noblest lives have been conse- 
crated to Religion and devoted to Science and Humanity. Its 
best blood has been freely shed in defense of Country. The high 





INTRODUCTION. 1 I 




social position, wealth and prominence of its members throughout 
the land which the following records of its Alphas but faintly in- 
dicate, attest the solidity of its foundation, its enduring vitality, 
and the extensive power it wields. The State has conferred upon 
it corporate franchises. On the Bench, at the Bar, in the Execu- 
tive Office and Legislative Councils, through every Profession and 
walk of life, Chi Psi is conspicuous; and the oldest brother in the 
Fraternity to-day welcomes the neophyte with all the interest and 
vigor of early youth, recalled by the lasting coherence of the Fra- 
ternal bond. True, the principle on which the superstructure of 
Chi Psi rests, like that of Masonry, is veiled in silence and se- 
crecy. But its influence, begun in College, extends through life, 
increases with age, and is endless in its application while time 
lasts and the Fraternity endures. 

ELBRIDGE T. GERRY, 
Alpha Zeiay 1857. 







AL.PHAB. 



• • • 




Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Theta, 

Williams College, Williamstown. Mass. 

WkrXf 

MiDDLEBURY COLLEGE, MiDDLEBURY, VT. 

Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. 

Eta, 

BowDOiN College, Brunswick, Me. 

fhi, 

Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y. 

Epsilon, 

Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Zjeta, 

Columbia College, New York City. 

©elta, 

Princeton College, Princeton, N. J. 

Sigma, 

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. 





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ALPHAS. 




College of the City of New York, New York City. 

IslpsUon, 

FuRMAN University, Greenville, S. C. 
University of South Carolina, Columbia, S. C. 

S^amma, 

University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss. 

I»ambda^ 

Brown University, Providence, R. I. 
Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. 

0micran, 

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Tau, 

Wofford University, Spartanburg, S. C. 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Iota, 

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Eho, 

Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. 







AiiPHA Pi, 



• • • 



Col. ALEXANDER P. BERTHOUD, U. S. V. 
*JOHN BRUSH, Jr. 

Maj. Gen. JAMES C. DUANE, U. S. A. 
♦JACOB H. FARRELL, M. D. 

Hon. PATRICK U. MAJOR. 
♦ROBERT H. McFADDIN. 
♦PHILIP SPENCER, U. S. N. 
♦SAMUEL T. TABER. 

Hon. WILLIAM F. TERHUNE. 

Hon. JAMES L. WITHERSPOON. 






Union CoLiLEOE. 



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Class of 1842. 

^. *JoHN Brush, Jr., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 2. /. 4 

Admitted to the Bar at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Died Jan. 18, 1867. 

H. Hon. Patrick Upshur Major, Frankfort, Ky. O. Acr. 2 

Lawyer; Ass't Ed. Ky. Yeoman. 1S46; County Attorney, Frank- 
fort Co., Ky. ; Commonwealth Attorney of VIII District of Ky.; 
twice Judge of XI Judicial Circuit of Ky., and now holds this office. 

77. *Samuel T. Taber, Roslyn, N. Y. 2, <r. 3 

One year at Harvard Law School; admitted to the Bar at Pough- 
keepsie, N. v., 1845; Farmer; Pres. of Long Island Steamboat Co ; 
interested in the construction of the ill-fated steamer " Seawanhaka**; 
Director of Harlem R. R. ; one of the founders of Queens Co. Agri- 
cultural Society and Vice-Pres. of same; one of the organizers of 
Dutchess Co. Agricultural Society; Director Brooklyn Bank. Died 
Feb. 4th, 1871. 

Class of 1843. 

Z. *Fred. Chollett Adams, M.D., Albany, N. Y. XX, x^- i 

Connected as one of the founders of Alpha Theta with Williams Col- 
lege for one year; M.D. Albany Med. College. Died Sept. 22d, 1862. 

/. *JoHN CoRTELYOu, Brooklyn, N. Y. XX, <xi, 5 

K, *Jacob H. Farrell, M.D., Albany, N. Y. 2. ki, 6 

B, *Philip Spencer, U. S. N.,t Albany, N. Y. O. iX. 7 

Enlisted as Midshipman on U. S. brig-of-war ** Somers." When 
off the coast of Africa he was unwarrantably seized by order of Capt. 
Alex. Slidell McKenzie for alleged mutiny, and met an unrighteous 
death at his hands Dec. 21st, 1842. 





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UNION COLLEGE. 





Class of 1844. 
n, *WiLLiAM Allen, U. S. V., Davenport, Iowa. jQ. y^- 11 

Two years at Williams; two years at Union; Col. U. S. V.; Pay- 
master in Federal service, with rank of Colonel; stationed at Louis- 
ville during war; last eight years of his life, in R. R. contracting busi- 
ness in St. Louis. Died Oct. 23d, 1875. 

B, Alexander Peter Berthoud, N. Y. City, -2. x- i 

5 Cortlandt St., Room 34. 

A.M. Union College; Civil Engineer; Col. of N. J. Regt. 31st In- 
fantry; Division Supt. of N. Y.. L. E. & W. R. R. Co., and Chief Engi- 
neer of several railroads. 

iV. Maj. Gen. James C. DuANE,f U. S. A., O. Kp, 2 

Tompkinsville, N. Y. 

Graduate West Point Military Academy; three yrs. in Union Col- 
lege ; Member Corps Engineers U. S. A. in late war, with rank of 
Maj. Gen.; in service since 1844; now located at Tompkinsville, N. 
Y., as member of Light House Board. 

S. *Michael Hoffman, N. Y. City. E. \t. 9 

Surveyor Port of N. Y. 

t 

*Daniel McCarty, U. S. A. XG. jj, i 

Second Lieut, in 88th N. Y. Vol. Killed in action, Dec. 13th, 1862. 

*Robert H. McFaddin, Greensboro', Ala. 2. e^. 2 

Cotton Planter. Died July 3d, 1858. 

77. Norman Porter, San Jose, Cal. XG, cpr, 7 

Retired Manufacturer ; Trustee San Jose City SchooL 

B. Hon. James Freeland Rawson, Bangor, Me., XX. d. 3 

Union St. 

Lawyer ; Ex-member Maine Legislature ; Register of Probate ; 
Deputy Collector of Customs; Alderman; Director Me. Central R. 
R. ; now Clerk Me. International R. R. 

H, *Thomas B. Rutherford, Selma, Ala. E. pa, 12 



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UNION COLLEGE. 



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B. William F. Terhune, Athens, N. Y.J 2. v, 3 

<P. Hon. James Lafayette Witherspoon,! Wallaceburg, 

Ark. 2. ao, 4 

Three and one half yrs. in College ; Planter ; Confed. Maj. in Men- 
ison*s Reg., Cabbell's Brigade; four yrs. in service; Attorney-Gen. of 
Ark. ; Special Judge Supreme Court. 

n. Joseph Yates, Berlin, Wis., Huron St. 

Hardware Merchant. 



E, ^a. 8 



Class of 1845. 

K. Robert Nelson Austin, Milwaukee, Wis., A. x^- i 

1004 Walnut St. 

Lawyer. 



K. Henry John Bowers, Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Flour and Lumber Merchant. 



E. nn, 5 




B, Hon. Robert Earl, LL.D., Herkimer, N. Y. 2. o. 12 

Principal Herkimer Academy, i845-'46; Ed. Herkimer Co. Demo- 
crat, i848-'5i; elected County Judge of Herkimer Co. in 1855; served 
four years; elected Judge N. Y. State Court of Appeals in 1869; re- 
elected in 1876 ; in 1874 received degree LL.D. from Union College. 

0, Walter Morgan Ferris, Bay Ridge, N. Y. E. ap. 6 

Teacher; admitted as Att'y and Counsellor; Liquidating Clerk in 
Naval Office, Custom House^ N. Y.; author of many articles in Amer- 
ican Cyclopedia. 

//. George Jackson, Boston, Mass., 32 Hawley St. Xf). yv. 11 

A. M. Union College ; Prof, of Math, and English Lit. in Cazeno- 
via Seminary, 1857-63; Principal Binghamton High School; Supt. of 
Schools in Binghamton; County Com. of Schools Broome Co., 1863- 
'64; Principal Hartford Co. High School at Havre de Grace, Md., 
i874-'8i; now Lecturer for American Metric Bureau, advocating 
adoption of Metric System in U. S. 





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/. Rev. Kasimir P. Jervis,! Victor, N. Y. E. tpa. 8 

Minister M. E. Church — Middlesex, N. Y., i852-'53; Painted Post, 
N. Y, '53-4; Dansville. N. Y, '54-5; Geneseo, N. Y., 'se-';: Can- 
andaigua, N. Y., '57-9 ; Elmira, N. Y., '5g-'6o; Palmyra, N. Y., '60- 
•62: Clyde, N. Y, •62-'63; Lyons, N. Y, '63-*65; Geneseo, N. Y, 
*65-'68; Presiding Elder, Rochester Dist., i868-'72; Lockport, N. Y., 
•72-74; Hornellsville, N. Y.. '74-76 ; Penn Yan, N. Y. '76-*78; Wells- 
boro*, Pa., '78-79; Le Roy, N. Y., '79-80 ; Somerset, N. Y., 1880- 
*82; for fourteen yrs. Sec. Genesee and East Gen. Conferences; Dele- 
gate to the General Conferences of 1864, '68, '72, '76, '80; Contributor 
to Northern Christian Advocate^ Syracuse, N. Y., and Christian Advo- 
cate^ N. Y. ; Trustee Genesee Wesleyan Sem., Lima, N. Y., 1868-74. 

P. Jonathan R. McDonald, Marlin, Texas. O. av, 6 

Lawyer; Con fed. Capt. loth Texas Infantry; four yrs. in service. 

r. Lemuel D. Putnam, M.D., Grand Rapids, Mich., 0. A. 10 

20 Sheldon St. 
Druggist. 



/. *Chas. a. Stevens, Adams, N. Y. 



E, yS. II 



Class of 1846. 

n. Rev. Courtland Wilcox Anable, D.D., E. tjy. 8 

Springfield, Mass., 34 Mattoon St. 

A. M. Union College and Madison Univ. ; D.D. from Union Coll., 
1857; Baptist Minister; admitted to bar, 1850, at Phila., Pa.; left 
practice of law in 1853; Germantown, Pa., 1855-6; Brooklyn, N. Y., 
'56-*62; Old Cambridge, Mass., '63-72; North Adams, Mass , '72- 
'77; Springfield, '77- ; Trustee of Hale Fund, Springfield, Mass. 




H. *Chas. F. Bennett, Lenox, Mass. 

Died July 26th, 1867. 

<^. Washington Bissell, Rochester, N. Y.J 
B. Samuel B. Hard, New York City. 

Broker ; has been Pres. N. Y. City Board of Brokers. 



XX, tp. 8 

XX. a, 4 
XX. o. 10 





UNION COLLEGE. 




H. *WiLLiAM HoLLisTER, San Francisco, Cal. 
r. Joseph Leavitt, M.D., Pittsfield, Mass. 

' Dentist. 



E. CTT. 6 



H. *JusTO J. RoDAS, Comayagua, Honduras, C. A. E, p/j. 12 

Died at Baltimore, Md. 

n. *Hon. John Hiram Russell, Salisbury, Conn. O. ae. 4 

Lawyer; admitted to bar, Litchfield Co., Conn.; participated in 
late war; magistrate in Salisbury, Conn.; member Conn. Legislature, 
'53-54. Died 1871. 

P. Hon. Silas Woodruff Sanderson, E. po. 12 

San Francisco, Cal, 1925 Octavia St. 

Three yrs. at Williams; one yr. at Union College ; Lawyer; Dist. 
Att'y El Dorado Co., Cal., 1858; Associate Judge Supreme Court, 
1865-70; Justice Supreme Court Cal., 1863-5; Chief of Law Dep't 
of Central Pacific and Southern Pacific R. R.s since 1872. 



Class of 1847, 
<P. *Hon. George G. Barnard, New York City. 

Lawyer; Judge Supreme Court N. Y. State. Died 1879. 
/. Isaac Burrell, Salisbury, N. Y. 

Farmer and Manufacturer. 



-5". /iff, 2 



E. 6v. 3 



K, Rev. JULIEN POYDRAS FAIS0N,t XX. f^. 8 

Harreirs Store, N. C. 

Ope yr. and three mos. in college ; Baptist Minister and Missionary — 
Shiloh, '63-72; Corinth.'N. C, four yrs. ; Haw Bluflf, N. C, eight yrs.; 
Berea, N. C, six years; New Hope, i yr. ; Catharine Lake, three yrs. ; 
was Chaplain in Confed. ist N. C. Cavalry; transferred to 38th N. C. 
Infantry; served sixteen mos. ; present in eight battles ; Trustee of 
Warsaw High School since 1859. 

r, *RoDNEY Granger,! Schuylersville, N. Y. 0. eX. 2 

Died 1861. 






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*. KiRTLAND Mason Hutchinson,! Oshkosh, Wis., K, g)K, 7 

56 Algoma St. 

One year in college; Merchant; Superintendent Oshkosh City 
Schools, and Alderman. 



fc ♦ 



X0. <y<y. 5 



E. *JoHN B. Myers, New York City. 

Initiated at the Epsilon Alpha. Died at Jacksonville. Fla., 1869. 

K. *Selah G. Perkins, M.D., New York City. XX. yS, 11 

Three years at Middlebury ; one year at Union. Killed in battle 
at Aldie, Va., 1863. 

B. Horace Mallary Ruggles, New York City, 2. rja. 10 

124 W. 57th St. 

Lawyer ; late Coiporation Att'y for N. Y. city. 

n. Charles A. Seeley, New York City, X0. <rv. 6 

714 Lexington Ave. 

M. A and Ph. D. from Union College; Consulting Chemist and Ex- 
pert in Patent Cases ; Prof, of Chemistry and Toxicology N. Y. Med. 
College, i860; Prof, of Chemistry and Metallurgy N. Y. College of 
Dentistry, 1871. 

r, George B. Warren, Troy, N. Y., 19 Second St. E. Xpt. 9 

Was Mayor of Troy, 1861. 



C/ass of 1848. 
H. *AsA S. Brewster, Peru, 111. £". r}0. 10 

Lieut. -Colonel of ist Rifle Battalion of Walker's expedition in 
Central America. Died in Nicaragua April 28th, 1856. 



r. *George W. McKie, New York City. 

Merchant. Died i860. 



X(y. ^. 10 




<P. Barnhardt B. Nellis, Grand Rapids, Mich., /. on. 12 

328 North Division St. 
One year at Hamilton College; 3 years at Union College. 

/. *Eleazer Kneeland Porter, Fairfield, N. Y. K. X}*- i 

Law Student. Died Nov. 12, 1854. 





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, B, *Rev. Edward F. Ross, Morrisania, N. Y. E^ ep. 2 

Two years at Andover Theological Seminary; finished studies in 
N. Y. ; Congregational Minister. Died Feb. 2d, 1855. 

P. William Douglass Terbell, M.D., Corning, N.Y. D. (Tk. 5 

Wholesale and Retail Druggist for many years; now Clerk of Clin- 
ton Prison, N. Y. 

n, *JoHN James Towles, M.D., Henderson, Ky. E. pa. 12 

M. D. Jeff. Med. Col., Phila. ; Fanner; Pres. Agricultural Society 
of Henderson Co., Ky., 1859, '60, *6i. Died Aug. 13, 1866. 

S. *Alexander Hamilton Waterman, Little Falls, N.Y. 2. e. 5 

Lawyer; U. S. Consul to Curacao, West Indies. Died Oct. 8, 1856. 




Class of 1849. 
77. Edward Louis Berthoud, Golden, Col., 2 First St. A, 1. 7 

A.M. in course; Mining and Civil Engineer; Served in U. S. Vol. 
Infantry and Cavalry 3 years and 8 months ; First Lieut. Company H, 
Second Reg. Colorado Infantry; First Lieut. Company F, 2nd Cav- 
alry; Promoted July, 1864, to Captaincy Company D, 2nd Col. Cav.; 
Ass't Adjutant-General Dist. of the Border, Mo.; Engineer in Gen. 
Brown's, Pleasan ton's and Rosecran's Staff in 1865 ; Inspector and 
Chief of Staff, Central Ford Dist. of Ark.; in 1867 and 1868 Speaker 
of the House of Rep. of Colo. ; Supt. Pub. Instruction ; four years 
Secretary of the -State Bd. of Trustees of the School of Mines: at one 
time Lecturer in Geology at State School of Mines, and Prof, of En- 
gineering in same ; Chief Engineer and Sec. Colo. Central R. R. Co. 
and the Golden and La Platte R. R. & Tel. Co. ; Contributor to Amer- 
ican Journal of Arts and Sciences^ Western Review ^ etc. ; Member 
Phila. Acad, of Sciences ; Buffalo Acad, of Sciences, and Davenport 
Acad, of Arts. 

B. Rev. Clarence Buel, N. Y. City, O. gk. 5 

St. Luke's Ch., Hudson St. 

A.M. in course; Clergyman, P. E. Church: Capt. in Horn's Light 
Cav. and Col. 169th N. Y. Vols, in late war ; two and a half years in 
service ; late Recorder of the city of Troy, N. Y. ; connected with 
The Churchman newspaper in 1879. 





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K. *WiLLiAM BuRROws,t Albion, N. Y. 2. A.//, n 

One year in college. Died Dec i8, 1849, of consumption. 

K Silas Wright Burt, N. Y. City Naval Office. XO. /3. 4 

Asst. Inspector-Gen., with rank of Col., on the staffs of Govs. Mor- 
gan, Seymour and Fenton, from 1861 till 1868; engaged as such in 
raising and organizing troops for the war; Comptrollor in Naval Office, 
i869-'78 ; appointed Naval Officer, Port of N. Y , by Pres. Hayes, and 
confirmed by Senate, Feb. 4, 1879. 

Z. Hon. Lyman Whiting Case, Ph.D., Winsted, Conn. E. vy. 8 

Ph.D. Union Coll.; Rep. in Conn. Legislature; now engaged in 
laying out and beautifying a public Park in Winsted. 

77. *Jacob Fox Diefendorf, Fort Plain, N. Y. E. q)7t. 7 

Admitted to bar, but never practiced ; engaged for several years in 
mining and other interests in California. Died Oct 12, 1876. 

B. *Henry S. Lincoln, M.D., N. Y. City. E. ao, i 

/. Thomas B. Morrow, Albany, N. Y., 108 State St. X- (Tv. 5 

Initiated at Alpha Alpha; three years at Union: Lawyer and Man- 
ufacturer ; Albany Alderman for five years. 

5. *Hon. Isaac Van Etten, St. Paul, Minn. 2. kX. 2 

Lawyer; admitted to the bar in 1851; appointed Adjt.-Gcn. of 
Minn. Ter. by Gov. Gorman, in 1852, and held this office until 1858; 
Member Ter. Council or Upper House Legislative Assembly iri 1854- 
•55; Member Minn. Senate 1857-58; Att*y for the Transit R. R. 
Co., now known as the Winona & St. Peter R. R. Co.; appointed U. 
S. Consul at Jerusalem, by Pres. Lincoln, May 11, 1863, but did not 
accept the office. Died in St. Paul, Dec. 28th, 1873. 

77. *Albert Gallatin Whiton, Ithaca, N. Y. XX. Xfj. 9 

Division Engineer Maysville and Lexington R. R. ; Consulting En- 
gineer to Contractors of Ohio and Miss. R. R. ; Partner in firm of H. 
H. Goodman & Co., Bankers and Brokers, N. Y. City, '56-'6i. Died 
March 4th, 1864, at Georgetown. D. C. 






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Class of 1850. 

A, William Brown Arnold, Adams Basin, N. Y. f^. ^u 2 

Fanner. 

B, E. Howard Crocker, Sandy Hill, N. Y. £". poo. 12 

Civil Engineer; Highest Division Engineer of Eastern Div. of 
N. Y. State Canals. 

^. John F. Grandin, M.D., Clinton, N. J. /. x^- i 

Physician. 

B. *Theodore Francis Hall, M.D., Rochester, N. Y. 0. tf^p, 8 

M.D. N. Y. Med. Coll., 1854 ; Surgeon 140th N. Y. State Vol. for 9 
months. Died March 5th, 1869. 

/. Clifford A. Hand, N. Y. City, 109 E. 25th St. E. co, 12 

Three years at Middlebury College ; one year at Union ; Lawyer. 

n. William E. McCormick, Port Jervis, N. Y. 0. 7t. 6 

Real Estate and Insurance Ag't; Pres. Board of Trustees of Vil- 
lage of Port Jervis ; Member Board of Education of Port Jervis. 

<P. GUSTAVUS RODOLPHUS WHITRIDGE,t X0. T. 7 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Was graduated from N. Y. State Law School, 1853; Farmer; 
Mayor of Mount Pleasant, and Trial Justice; served four years as Cav. 
Sergeant 3rd Confed. S. C. Reg't. 

H. *Alfred Alexander Wotkyns,. Troy, N. Y. 0. \. 3 

Merchant. Died Nov. 21st, 1865. 



Class of 185 1. 

S. Edwin Clay Becker, St. Paul, Minn., X©. \^, 9 

197 E. 8th St. 

Three years at Mich. Univ.; one year at Union ColL; Lawyer; 
Ass't Quartermaster of Vol., Federal, rank of Captain; four years in 





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service with Anny of Potomac; Treas. of Douglass Co., Wis.; Pur- 
chasing Ag't for St. Paul and Pacific R. R., 1870-6. 

B. De Witt Clinton Booth,! Rockdale, Tex. E, vv. 4 

Two years in college ; Lawyer ; in Confed. service March to July, 
1862; Clerk of Williamson Co. Dist. Court 1858; re-elected Aug., 
1862 ; appointed War-tax Collector, held office till end of war; Special 
Judge of Burleson Co., Tex., 1869. 

K, Lemuel Oliver Bridewell, Beauregard, Miss. E, kk. 6 

A. M. in course; Admitted to bar 1851; Lawyer; Clerk in Interior 
Dep't at Washington, '54, '55; Judge of Probate and Orphan's 
Court, Claiborne Co., Miss., '55-8 ; Editor Port Gibson Reveille, 
'51-4; entered Confed. service 1861 as Capt. Company A, General 
Hindman's Ark. Legion at Helena. Ark. ; transferred to General 
Hardee's Staff, with rank Major, in 1862; Paroled at Augusta, G a., 
May, 1865, while Sup't of Gen. Lee*s Supply Dep't ; in service four 
years; War Ed. of Daily Constitutionalist ^ Augusta, Ga., '64, '65 ; Au- 
thor of" Miss. Justice of Peace Law Book," 1874; Official Att'y Co- 
piah Co., Miss., '75-77. 

r. Cyrus S. Clapp, Binghamton, N. Y. X0. o. 8 

E. AsAHEL Clark,! Sandy Hill, N. Y. Xfe). }a, 5 

Three years at college ; Contractor. 

^. James Tallmadge Edwards, N. Y. City. E. Xy. 9 

77. Hon. Samuel Hand, Albany, N. Y., 220 State St. P. (Xf, 5 

Two years at Middlebury College; two years at Union College ; 
A. M. in course; Lawyer; Corporation Counsel of City of Albany; 
State Reporter of N. Y.; Judge of N. Y, Court of Appeals, and Pres. 
N. Y. State Bar Association ; has published Vols. 1-6 of N. Y. Re- 
ports ; Hand's Reports, 1869, '70, "71 ; Philobiblon of De Bury, ed- 
ited with notes and translations, 1861. 

T, EsAiAS Warren Paine, Troy, N. Y., 0. o. i 

3 Washington Place. 
LL.6. from Ballston Law School; Manufacturer. 

B. Shepherd Knapp Raymond, N. Y. City, Wall St. /. go, 12 

Teller of Wall St. Mechanics' Bank. 





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0. *DiRCK Charles Russell, Salem, N. Y. E. XX, 1 1 

Lawyer. Died at Houston, Tex., April ist, 1858. 

/. *JoHN L. Tappan, N. Y. City. £1. X. 7 

H. William H. Tompkins, Belvidere, 111. X to, 7 

Lawyer; twice appointed Notary Public in Minnesota by Gov. Gor- 
man; Principal Belvidere Public School, 1861-62. 

n. *George L. Trask, N. Y. City. X&. Xrj, 7 

Initiated at Alpha Epsilon ; Merchant. Died at New Orleans, La., 
1878. 

J. *Jacob Whitaker, M.D., Deckertown, N. J. O. po. 12 

For two years Surgeon in a N. Y. Regft ; Buffalo City Physician 
for six years. Died 1876. 



Class of 1852. 



X0. n, 6 




N. *Frank Buckingham, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Merchant. Drowned 1872. 

H, William M. BuRR,t Cazenovia, N. Y. /. a^. 5 

One year in college; Farmer; Pres. Village of Cazenovia three terms. 

/. *Leonidas D. Garland, Rocky Comfort, Ark. £1, at. 2 

^. Cornelius S. Groot, N. Y. City, 78 B'way. £1, at. 4 

Connected for some time with Alpha Delta ; Broker. 

B. Jonas S. Heartt, Troy, N. Y., 169 Second St. X&. a. 8 

Car-wheel Manufacturer. 

S. Robert Talafree Johnson, Franklin, N. Y. X&. Stf. 10 

Lawyer; Cap. 72d Reg't N. Y. Vol.; Maj. in 144th N. Y. Vol. 

n. Henry M. Needham,! Brooklyn, N. Y., £1. aa, i 

105 Madison St. 
Lawyer, 13 Nassau St, N. Y. City: 





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B. John W. Paine, Troy, N. Y., 49 Second St. X&, n, 6 

-T. *De Garmo Jones Whiting, Detroit, Mich. A. vq, 8 

Two years at Mich. Univ.; two years at Union; Lawyer. Died 



X864. 



Class of 1853. 
IS. Andris Brant, Ancram, N. Y.J 

Civil Engineer. 



X. ^y, 8 




A, Joseph Speed Conrad, U. S. A., E, da. 3 

Fort Totten, Dakota Ter. 

A.M. from Union College; Graduate of West Point Military Acad- 
emy; Maj. 17th Reg't N. Y. Infantry; Brevet-Col. U. S. A. ; In U. S. 
A. since 1 857. 

B, James C. Cook, Albany, N. Y. O. ^p. 8 

A.M. from Union College; served three months as 1st Lieut, in 
25th N. Y. State Militia; Cashier Union Nat. Bank, Albany, N. Y. 

I\ Albert L. Lee, N. Y. City. P. f<T. 4 

Initiated at Alpha Phi ; Maj.-Gen. U. S. V.; At one time Publisher 
New Orleans Republican, 

I, Pelatiah James Marsh, Lansingburg, N. Y. X. kX. 6 

A.M. from Union College ; Speculator, Troy, N. Y., 285 River St. 

/. *John McConihe, Troy, N. Y. X tt/c. 5 

Began practice of law in Troy, 1856; went to Omaha, Neb., and 
raised a company in ist Neb. Vols. ; Col. 169th N. Y. Vols. Was 
killed in action at Cold Harbor, Va., May, 1864. 

A. *Thomas Steele, New Orleans, La. X, p6. 12 

Merchant; served in Confederate army during the war. Died 1875. 

P. OoiLviE Carleton Tredway, Sioux City, la., /. vp. 8 

Cor. Douglas and 7th Sts. 
A.M. from Union College; Lawyer. 





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Class of 1854. 

/7. L. George Baldwin, Nashville, Tenn.J 0. <r/i. 5 

/. *Rev. DwiGHT Kellogg Bartlett, X0. ya, n 

Albany, N. Y. 
D.D. from Union College; Minister — Amenia Centre, i859-'62; 
Pres. Church, Stamford, Conn., 1862-64; Congregational Church, 
Rochester, N. Y., i865-'74; Second Dutch Reform Church, Albany, 
N. Y., 1874-81; Second Dutch Reform Church. Died in N. Y. City, 
1881, while unde^oing medical treatment. 

X James Burt, N. Y. City. E. as. i 

Lawyer, 44 Pine St.; formerly Ass't Appraiser, N. Y. City. 

B. Rev. Daniel Marvin, Jr., Cleveland, N. Y. E. co. 12 

One year at Wesleyan; three years at Union; Minister — M. E. 
Church, Wilkesbarre, Pa., 1872; Martinsburg, N. Y., 1873; Sharon 
Springs, N. Y., 1874-75; La Fargeville, N. Y., i876-'77; Scriba, N. 
Y., 1878; Cleveland, N. Y., 1879; Member of Renns. Co. Bar from 
i858~'72. 

M. *Charles W. Myers, Schenectady, N. Y. 0. g)i. 7 

r. *Frank Phelps, Burlington, la. O. tfp. 10 

Ass't Ed. of Burlington Hawkeye^ at different times from gradua- 
tion till death; Ed. Toledo Democrat^ 187T; Established and edited 
Burlington Daily and Every Sunday Morning, Died Dec. 1879. 

*. William H. Plumb, N. Y. City.J 0. (T/c. 6 

Civil and Mining Engineer. 



Class of 1855. 
-T. Thomas F. BowiE,f Nottingham, Md. A, (pp, 8 

Connected for a short time with Alpha Delta; Planter; Maj. of 
Cav. on Maj.-Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee's staff; wounded at Battle of the 
Wilderness. 




2. Hon. Isaac Newton Collier, Hudson, N. Y. 

Lawyer; Surrogate of Columbia Co., N. Y. 



xe. 6x. 3 





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H, ♦Almon Eayres, N. Y. City. E. v\. 3 

Three years at Middlebury College ; one year at Union ; Lawyer; 
U. S. Provost Marshal at New Orleans for 1864-65. Died 1867. 

M. DwiGHT King, Albany, N. Y., 108 Hudson Av. E. vX, 9 

A.M. from Union College; Lawyer; LL.B. from Univ. of Albany, 
1859; Ed. of Ttoy Press, 1873-74; Albany Correspondent of N, V. 
Post^ i870-'75. 

/. John D. Ostrom, Velasco, Brazovia Co., Tex. X6>. vy. 9 

LL.B. from Univ. of Albany; Farmer. 

B. *Orrin H. Reynolds, Sioux City, la. E, kk. 2 

Lawyer. Killed by steamboat explosion on Miss, river, in i860. 



Class of 1856. 



X. Ba, 4 




'2. *George V. Conrad, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Merchant. Died 1869. 

2. William S. Edwards,! Detroit, Mich., X. vy, 11 

94 Griswold St. 

Lawyer; admitted to bar 1858; Chairman Dem. Com., Hillsdale 
Co., Mich. ; delegate to two National Conventions and several State 
Conventions; delegate to Diocesan Convention P. E. Church; Pres. 
Mich. Congress Water Company. 

jE*. Earl P. Finch, Oshkosh, Wis., 32 Light St. /2. (Jd. 5 

Three years at Middlebury College ; one year at Union; Lawyer; 
U. S. Commissioner and Master in Chancery; Att'y for Chicago, Mil- 
waukee and St. Paul R. R., and Wis. Central R. R. 

E. *Samuel H. Mathews,! U. S. N., Galesburg, 111. X0. la. 6 

Lieut, of Marines. Died at Cambridge, 111., 1864. 

-B. Samuel McConihe, U. S. A. 2. k, 3 

A.M. from Union; in late war Capt , Maj. and Col. of 93d N. Y. 
Vols.; was in service from Dec 1861 to Feb. 1865; Brevet Brig.-Gen. 
U. S. Vols.; now Capt. 14th Infantry and Brevet Lieut-Col. U. S. A., 
stationed at Uncompahgre, Colo. 





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iV. ♦Samuel Williams Nelson,! Cooperstown, N. Y. E. ko, 2 

Lawyer. Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 1st, 1875. 

n, Egbert Phelps, Joliet, IlL, E. Stf- 10 

Cor. Eastern Av. and Osgood St. 

Lawyer; First Lieut. 19th U. S. infantry from May 14th, 1861, to 
March i6th, 1864; Capt of same till March i6th, 1865. 

E. Rev. William J. Robinson, Allegheny, Pa., £1, x^- ^ 

69 Union Av. 

M. Maus Rosa Vedder,! M.D., N. Y. City, /). v\. 3 

690 Madison Av. 

Graduated from College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1861; Ass't 
Surgeon, U. S. A., 1862 ; House Physician Bellevue and Charity 
Hospital, Blackwell's Island; Member Union League and St. Nicho- 
las Society, City of N. Y. ; Author of two medical pamphlets, " Extra 
Uterine Pregnancy,** and " An improvement on the Obstetrical 
Forceps." 



Class^ of 1857. 
M. Rev. Edward Brown Allen, Brewster's, N. Y. E, (pr. 7 

Graduated from Princeton Theological Sem., i860; Presbyterian 
Minister— Ballston Centre, 1861-66; Delhi, N. Y., 1868-69; Trini- 
ty Church, Milford, Mass., i869-'7o; Southeast, Putnam Co., N. Y., 
1871- . 

/. Rev. Abner Platt Brush, Dansville, N. Y. E. Xoo. 9 

Graduated from Va. Theological Seminary, i860; Episcopal Cler- 
gyman — Trinity Church, Logansport, Ind., i863-*65; Christ Church, 
Portsmouth, Ohio, 1865-66; St. James' Church, Muncy, Pa., 1 866-* 74; 
Christ and Grace Churches, Trumbull, Conn., 1874-78; St. Peter's, 
Dansville, N. Y., 1878- . 

//. John Burt, Warwick, N. Y. E, ij^y. 8 

LL.B. from Albany Law School, 1857; Lawyer; served in 1863 as 
private in Company I, 7th Reg't N. Y. State Militia; Supervisor Town 
of Warwick, Orange Co , N. Y., i869-'7o: Att'y for First National 
Bank of Warwick and of Warwick Valley R. R. Co. 





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N, Smith S. Caldwell, Omaha, Neb. X0. /ce. 2 

Three years at Hamilton College and one year at Union; LL.B. 
from Albany Law School ; Banker; Pres. of Omaha & Southwestern 
R. R., 1869, '70, *7i, '72; Mayor of Omaha, 1870; U. S. Pension Agent 
at Omaha, i870-'5; U. S. District Ag't, i870-*76, in erection of U. S. 
P. O. and Court House in Omaha. 



B. pv. 12 



X0. x^' I 



Z. •William A. Coleman, Sandy Hill, N. Y. 
Died 1872. 

2. *JoHN K. Groot; Schenectady, N. Y. 

Died July 4, 1863. 

r. Horace M. Hastings, West New Brighton, N. Y. £1. Kp, 2 

Initiated at the Phi Alpha. 

"k ♦Henry T. Kerr, N. Y. City. X9. (Tv. 5 

Died May 27th, 1866. 

F. Jerome Bonaparte Parmenter, Troy, N. Y. £1. /ce. 2 

A.M. from Union College; Journalist; In Federal army as Capt. 
169th N. Y. Vols., served two years; State Printer of N. Y. State for 
two years; now Ed. and Proprietor of Trvy Daily and Weekly Press. 

^. Leander B. Reynolds, Galesburg, 111. X0. <r/c. 5 

Farmer. 

T. *Edwin Hawes Tenny, Lyme, N. H. P. /cr. 6 

Lawyer; practiced profession at Nashville, Tenn.; killed by R. R. 
accident, Oct. 26th, i860. 




Class of 1858. 
2. Robert S. Coleman, Sandy Hill, N. Y. 

Lawyer and Justice. 

Z. J. Proctor Cowles, N. Y. City. 

Lawyer, in Broadway. 

E, William A. Donaldson, Jamestown, Col.J 



XX. ^jt- 8 



E, va. 4 



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Z. Robert L. Garrettson,! Brooklyn, N. Y., M. 7. 6 

103 Lawrence St. 

Lawyer, 26 Broad St., N. Y. City; was Supervisor Town of Rhine- 
beck. N. Y. 

n. Richard Lockhart Hand, Elizabethtown, N. Y. Xfi). ao, 4 

A.M.; Lawyer; Counsellor in Supreme Court; Ass't State Reporter, 
i870-*7i; Pres. Village of Elizabethtown, N. Y.; Member Board of 
Education of same; Ed. EHnabethtown Post, i858~'67. 

H, Henry N. Kellogg, Shoreham, Vt.J £1, ni, 12 

Initiated at the Mu Alpha. 

H, Col. John R. Lambson, Kingstree, S. C. O. kt, 6 

Lawyer; CoL in Confederate service. 

r. Rev. John Knox McLean, Oakland, Cal., X&. co. 12 

520 13th St. 

D.D. from Knox College; Congregational Minister — Framingham, 
Mass., 1863-68; Springfield, IlL, i868-'72; Oakland, Cal., 1872;— 
Trustee— 111. College, i87o-'72; Pacific Theological Sem., 1872-81; 
elected in 1880 Pres. Board Trustees of same institution. 

N. George R. McREE,f Valdosta, Lowndes Co., Ga. O. a, i 

Farmer; engaged from i858-'6o in survey and construction of Sa- 
vannah, Fla. & Western R. R. ; enlisted with Savannah Vol. Guards ; 
in 1862 commissioned Adjutant in 29th Ga. Reg't ; in 1863 commis- 
sioned Capt. in Corps of Engineers; served in Western Army under 
Gen. Jos. E. Johnston, on staff Gen. W. L. Hardee. 

A. Maxwell B. Richardson, Oswego, N. Y., K ipX- 8 

135 E. 3d St. 

A.M. in course; Lawyer and Real Estate Agent ; admitted to bar, 
1861, and to practice in U. S. Courts, 1866; commissioned Capt. 48th 
Reg't, N. Y. State, by Governor Fenton, 1865 ; Mayor of Oswego, 
1866 ; Director and Att'y of Oswego & Rome R. R. Co. ; Director 
Syracuse & Phoenix R. R. Co. 

E. Alonzo Claudiere Whitridge, N. Y. City. 0. Sp. 10 

Business, 144 Worth St. 





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Class of 1859. 
H. Rev. Edward Chase, Biddeford, Me., 7 Adams St. 0. an, 4 

Congregational Minister — West Falmouth, Me. ; Eastport, Me.; 
Kennebunkport, Me.; Bedford, Mass.; Biddeford, Me.; — Delegate of 
Christian Commission during late war. 

M. Ganzevoort D. Consaul, Watertown, N. Y. E. x^' i 

Hardware Merchant. 

0. George P. Isham, Dunkirk, N. Y. E. Stp. 10 

Wholesale Tobacconist. 

E. William T. Meredith, N. Y. City. X&. tl^r, 8 

Banker, 54 Wall St.; Lieut.-Commander in Navy during late war; 
Paymaster of Farragut's Flagship " Hartford." 

2. William F. Smalley,! Christiana, Del. D., 6k, 3 

Two years in college ; Flour Merchant. 

0, *E. W. Smith, Schenectady, N. Y. P, aa, 4 

Lieut. U. S. A., on duty at Fort Vancouver, Washington Ter. Died 
at Washington, D. C, 1874. 

T, *WiLLiAM Badger Tibbits, Troy, N. Y. /. nv. 12 

When war broke out was partner in firm of Sampson & Tibbits* 
Scale Company ; recruited and became Capt. Company G, 2d Reg't 
N. Y. Vols. ; was actively engaged in battles of New Market Bridge, 
Big Bethel, Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, Bristow Station. Second Bull 
Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville; commissioned Maj., Oct. i6th, 
1862 ; in June, 1863, raised Griswold Light Cav. Reg't ; was made 
Col. of same Jan. 4th, 1864: captured Early's wagon train; actively 
engaged in battles of Piedmont, Lynchburg, Hillsborough, Snicker's 
Gap, Ashby's Gap, Kearny town, Winchester, Martinsburg, Charles- 
town, Nineveh, Rood's Hill, and Gortonsville; made Brevet Brig.- 
Gen., October 21st, 1864; also made Brevet Maj. -Gen.; mustered out 
of service Jan. 15th, 1866; from i866-'69 was Vice-Pres. Wood Mow- 
ing & Reaping Machine Co.; then retired from business because of 
wounds received in war; membsrof original Executive Com. engaged 
in formation of Society of Army of Potomac ; also member of Execu- 
tive Com. to form Society of Cav. Corps ; Troy Company named in 
honor of liim is called *' Tibbits' Cadets." Died Feb. 10, 1880. 





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Class of i860. 

^. William Freeman Fox,t Elmira, N. Y., /. ytf, 11 

511 Gray St. 

Late Pa)nnaster Bloss. Coal Co.; Lieut. -Col. 107th N. Y. Vols.; 
Three years in service. 

7T. Hon. Edward Munson Hulett, Fort Scott, Kan. E, kk, 6 

LL.B. Albany Law School, 1862; Lawyer; Rep. Kansas Leg., 
1868-75 ; Delegate Dem. National Convention, held at Baltimore, 
1872. 

2. Hon. James C. Rogers, Sandy Hill, N. Y. 2, na. 5 

Lawyer; Capt. 43d N. Y. Vols.; Maj., Lieut.-Col., and Col. of 123d 
N. Y. Vols., and Brev. Brig.-Gen. U. S. Vols., commanding First Brig., 
First Div., 20th Army Corps, at close of war; four years in service ; 
member N. Y. Leg. for Washington Co., 1866. , 

/. *WiLLiAM J. Stephens, Detroit, Mich. X0. ^r}, 8 

Three years at Mich. Univ. and one year at Union. Died i860. 



Class of 1861. 

P. *EzRA C. Bradley, N. Y. City. E, 11. 7 

2, *JoHN Richard George,! ^. <^. 9 

Alexandria, Rapides Parish, La. 

Teacher; Maj. gth La. Regulars; served four years; Princip^ 
Smithland, Miss., Institute for one year. Died at Hot Springs, 
Ark., 1869. 

n. Charles W. Gillet, Addison, N. Y. E. va. 3 

Manuf. and Lumber Dealer; Adjutant-Gen. 86 N. Y. Vols.; served 
two years; now Postmaster at Addison, N. Y. 

B, *John King Hubbard,! Helena, Ark. /. fp. 2 

Enlisted, x86i, in Company G, 15th Ark. Regt. Died Jan. 19, 
X862. 





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H. James Reagles, M.D., Schenectady, N. Y., XQ. y. ii 

119 Union St. 

M.D. from Bellevae College, N. Y.; Surgeon 62d N. Y. Vols.; six- 
teen years in U. S. A. 




Class of 1862. 

U. Robert Carter,! Brooklyn, N. Y.J A, afi. 4 

Z. John Savage Delay an,! M.D., Albany, N. Y., E. <fo. 5 

182 State St. 

M.D. from .\lbany Med. Col.; Ass't Surgeon U. S. A., and Ass't 
Sui^eon 1st Conn. Art.; served two years ; Vice-Consul at Geneva, 
Switzerland, cme year; now State Commissioner of Health. 

J. Hon. E. Emory Johnson,! Johnsonville, Conn. 0. too. 5 

Two years in college; Lawyer; Med. Dept. U. S. A. during late 
war; Founder and Ed. Conn. Valley Advertiser^ from i869-*73; Au- 
thor of "Local Industries/' 1877; Sec. Neptune Twine and Cord 
Mills — these Mills are the oldest in America; Member Conn. State 
Leg., i878-'9; local Justice; and Member Board Education for past 
eight years. 

77. Hon. Elliott Truax Slocum, Detroit, Mich., XO, (Tg?. 5 

149 Fort St. 

Two years at Union College, and two years at Mich. Univ , from 
which institution he received degree of A. M.; Merchant; Mich. State 
Sen., i869-'7o; Member First Board Directors Chicago & Canada 
Southern R. R. 

A, William Soaper,! Henderson, Ky. A, n^. 12 

Two years in college; Tobacco Merchant; Pres. Henderson & C017- 
don Gravel Road Co. 



Class of 1863. 

H.^ Hon. Samuel J. Day,! Hartford, Conn., A, r<». 5 

4 Atwood St. 

Lkwyer; Rep. Conn. Leg. for one term. 







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9 

L Vincent M. Porter, Niagara Falls, N. Y. XQ. ^. 8 

Manager Real Estate. 

n. Solomon Wright RussELL,t Salem, N. Y. 0. €a, 4 

Three years in college; Lawyer; entered Federal service Aug. 7, 
1861, as Capt. Company A, 2d N. Y. Cav. ; commissioned Maj. 49 
N. Y. Vols. ; commissioned by Pres. Lincoln, Brev. Maj. Vol. for 
meritorious conduct at battle of Cedar Creek, Va. ; also commissioned 
Brev. Lieut.-Col., bravery before Petersburg, Va. ; wounded At Rap- 
pahannock Station, Va., Nov. 7, 1861; in service during entire war;^ 
Pres. Village of Salem and Pres. Bd. Education of same since 1869; 
Ed. and Prop. Saltm Press from 1 869-' 72. 



C/ass of 1864. 
B. Fred. S. Fenn, Rochester, N. Y. O. no. 5 

Initiated at Alpha Theta ; Teller in Bank. 
B. Chas. F. Lewis, Washington, D. C. XX, a, 4 

Treas. Dept. Internal Revenue Bureau. 

T, *Benjamin H. MANN,t M.D., Roxbury, Mass. X p. 2 

Was graduated from Harvard Med. Coll., 1868; Hospital Steward 
of 24th Mass. Regt., from 1861 till close of war; one of the founders 
of I. O. of Forresters in Highland Dist.; Physician to Court Gen. 
Warren at time of death, which occurred Oct. 26, 1881. 

H. Theodore B. Stevens, Cleveland, O., XX, d, 3 

586 Superior St. 

Two years in college; served as priv. in N. Y. loth National Guard, 
afterward in 150th N. Y. Vols.; (General Manager Cleveland Trans- 
fer Co. 

0, Jacob H. Wieting, St. Louis, Mo., 2, x^* i 

Cor. 5 th and Olive Sts. 

LL. B. Harvard Univ. , '67 ; Lawyer. 






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UNION COLLEGE. 




Class of 1865. 
H. Richard S. Lyon, Chicago, 111., 7 Park Avenue. X0. tjv, 6 

Grain Commission. 

K. David R. Paige, Akron, O. XO. <p. 7 

Wholesale Hardware and Powder Dealer; Member Akron City 
Council; Treas. of City and County for two terms ; was Dem. candi- 
date for Sec. of State, 1878. 

Z. Vedder Van DYCK,t N. Y. City. XX. a. 4 

One year in college; Lawyer, 115 Broadway; served in Pay Dept 
U. S. A., during war. 



Class of 1867. 



E. vy. 9 



E. *James Johnson, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Died Feb. 18, 1874. 

2. Henry Clay McKean, Terre Haute, Ind., E. tck. 5 

Cor. loth and Main Sts. 
Milling business. 

H. Ralph K. Paige,! Painesville, O. E. iX, 7 

Two years in college; Bank Cashier; Director and Treas. of 
Painesville and Youngstown R. R. Co. 




Class of 1868. 

r, *Charles W. HowE,f Scotia, N. Y. XA. tc, 3 

Three years book-keeper for Wm. Blair & Co., Chicago; four 
years in same capacity for Heath &. Milligan in same city. Died 
July 14th, 1879. 

A. Winfield Scott Hunter, Schenectady, N. Y. XG, 07. 12 
Woolen Manufacturer. 





UNION COLLEGE. 



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n. Wm. Baker Knight, Yonkers, N. Y.J 

Civil Engineer. 

B. *Tayler Lewis, Jr., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Died Dec. 30th, 1879. 



A. no, 5 



E, vx. 8 



B. 



Class of 1869. 
Kenneth Clark, St. Paul, Minn., 400 E. 9th St. E, va. 9 

Banker; Director Capital Bank of St. Paul, and Director of State 
Loan Association. 



Class of 1870. 



/. Russell Ripley DoRR,t St. Paul, Minn. 

Sec. Bankers' Association of St. Paul. 

Z. Isaac H. Toll, N. Y. City, 46 E. 30th St. 

Clerk. 



E, Kv. 6 



E. at], 4 



Class of 1871. 

r, T. Arthur Kelley,! Cleveland, O., E, q>7t. 7 

1246 Euclid Av. 

In coll. two and one-half years. 

J. William H. Ross,t Miles City, Montana Ter. X0. ad. 5 

In coll. two years; was graduated from Albany Law School, 1870; 
Lawyer; for two years Dep*t Dist. Att'y for First Dist. of Montana. 




Class of 1872. 
N, Howard Thornton, Newburg, N.Y., 316 Grand St. 0. o. 10 

Lawyer. 

Z. H. A. ToRREY,t New Orleans, La. J X&. i;. 12 





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Class of 1873. 

O. William Teller Clute, M.D., Delaware, O., O. vn, 4 

74 N. Sandusky St. 

A.M. from Union Coll.; graduate Cin. Coll. of Med. and Surgery; 
Physician. 

/. Charles Ernest Rounds,! New Haven, Conn., O. kK, 6 

19 Eld St. 

Two years at Yale ; one and one-half years in Union ; Merchant ; 
Military and Special Correspondent for New Haven Journal and 
Courier, 



Class of 1874. 
B, John Edwards Hodgman, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. XX. \i. 9 

Civil Engineer; now on Corps of Denver and Rio Grande R. R. as 
Ass*t Engineer, at S. Pueblo, Colo. 




Class ^/•i875. 

77. Harwood Dudley, Johnstown, N. Y. X0. r 10 

Lawyer. 



Class of 1876. 

/. *Wilson Davis, Jr., Schenectady, N. Y. X0. n. 4 

Died 1877. 

M. George H. Weston,! Saratoga Springs, N. Y. X. Dy. 8 

Ag't Geyser Spring Co. 





UNION COLLEGE. 



41 




Class of 1878. 

K, William Cressy Vrooman,! Schenectady, N. Y., XX. nv. 12 

9 Washington Av. 
Two years in college ; Hardware and Stove Merchant. . 

B. Walter Stewart Wells, X0. B. 5 

Deloit, Wheeler Co., Neb. 

Was graduated from Albany Law School ; Stock raiser. 

Class ^1879. 

2. Clark Cochrane Heath,! Amsterdam, N. Y. X0. 66, 3 

T, Arthur Joseph Rodgers,! Brooklyn, N. Y., P. 1. 2 

182 Colyer St. 

Graduated from St. John's Coll., Fordham, N. Y.; B. A. and M. A. 
Teacher and Law Student ; connected with Gen. Newton on Hudson 
River Improvement as Inspector of Dyke building; with evening 
Public Schools, Brooklyn iSyo-'So; Prof, of French and German at 
Sl Francis Xavier's College i879-'8a 

^. Charles Stanford, Jr., Schenectady, N. Y. A, XfS, 9 

Now traveling abroad. 

E, Charles H. Van AuKEN,t Cohoes, N. Y., X. fpx- ^ 

115 Mohawk St. 

Three years in coUege ; Ass't Sup't Cohoes Gas Light Co. ; Special 
Ag't Cohoes Water Power Co. 



Class of 1880. 
S. Frank S. Davenport,! Davenport, N. Y. 



2. ao. 4 







Alpha Thbta. 



A. n. 

r. *FREDERIC C. ADAMS, M.D. 
Z. Hon. WILLIAM F. TERHUNE. 

A. e. 

♦WILLIAM ALLEN, M.D. 

Hon. henry S. BRIGGS. 
♦JAMES C CLAPP. 

J. H. DOUGLASS, M.D. 
♦MARTIN J. LOVE, M.D. 
♦JAMES McKOWN, jR. 
♦HORATIO N. WRIGHT. 







liVlIiLilAMS COLiIiEGK 



• » • 



Class of 1843. 

r, Jonathan Hancock Douglas, M.D., d. j^c. i 

New York City, 48 East 26th St. 

A.M.. M.D., University Pa., 1847; Physician; Associate Sec'y U. S. 
Sanitary Com., 3 years, 3 months ; Joint Ed. and Prop, of American 
Med. Monthly, 1847-62; of N. Y. Med. Journal, Apr. 1865 to Sept. 
1866; contributor Med. Journals; Med. Examiner; Med. Examiner 
in New York for New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., Boston, Mass., 
1857 to present time. , 

B. *HoRATio Nelson Wright, Chatham, N. Y. /2. (Tyw. 5 

A.M. Died 1867, set. 45. 




Class of 1844. 

H. 7r*Col. William Allen,! M.D., Davenport, Iowa. £1. yS, 11 

Graduated at Union College ; Chief Paymaster of " Dist. of the 
Cumberland ;" stationed at Louisville, Ky., during war ; last eight 
years of life in R. R. cont'g business in St. Louis. Died Oct. 23, 1875, 
aet. 51. 

n. Hon. Henry Shaw Briggs, Pittsfield, Mass. £1, So, 10 

A.M.; Gen'l Appraiser U. S. Customs Service, 177 State St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; Capt. 8th Regt. Mass. Vol. M., from April i8th to June 
2oth, i86i; Col loth Regt Mass. Vol. M., June 21st, 1861, to July, 
1862; Brig. Genl. U. 8. V., July, 1862, to Dec. 1865; Justice Police 
Court of Pittsfield ; member House of Rep. Mass. Leg. ; Judge Court 
of Insolvency, Berkshire Co.; Auditor of Accounts, State of Mass.; 
Justice Dist. Court of Central Berkshire. 





46 



WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 




/. *James Colt Clapp, Key West, Fla. 

Col. U. S. V. Died 1866, act. 45. 

H. *James McKown, Jr.,t New York City, 

330 West isth St. 

Maj. U. S. V. Died April 6, 1873, in Hoboken, N. J. 



£1. <rp, 6 



£1. q>K. 7 



A, KK. 2 




Class of 1845. 

77. Hon. Samuel Cutler Bigelow, A. rr, 5 

San Francisco, Cal., N.W. cor. McAllister and Steiner Sts. 

Member of Cal. Leg. ; Pres. San Francisco Power Co. ; Vice Pres. 
of Central R. R. Co. (horse) ; Director and Treas. Geary St. R. R. Co. 
(cable); Director Sletefeld Furnace Co.; Director of Sav. and Loan 
Society. 

K. George Henry Davis,! San Francisco, Cal., 

49 First St. 

Two years in college ; now in Europe. 

P. George Peck Hinsdale, Grand Rapids, O. 

Merchant. 
B, *Martin James Love, M.D., Bennington, Vt. 

A.M. Died 1869, aet. 50. 

/. James B. McKelvv, M.D., Bloomsburgh, Pa. 

a. William Pierce Seymour, M.D., Troy, N. Y., 

105 Third St. 

M.D. Univ. Pa. 1848; M.D. (honorary) Berkshire Med. Coll. 1858; 
member Special Corps organized by State of N. Y. for emergencies in 
the Field; Health Officer, Troy, three terms; Prof. Materia Medica, 
Castlcton, 1857-62; Prof. Materia Medica, Berkshire Med. ColL 1858- 
'63; Prof. Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Berk. Med. Coll. 1863-65; 
Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases of Children, Albany Med. Coll. 1870-75. 

J. *Edward Wright, U. S. A. M. tc/j, 12 

Col. U. S. A. Died 1874, set. 46. 



M. a/3. 4 
n, 6rf. 3 

Jf2. KB, 2 





WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 



47 




Class of 1846. 

Z. James H. Lambert,! New York City-t 
/. John Newton Murdock, Leicester, Mass. 

M.D. Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila., 1849 ; Manufacturer. 

H. James Snodgrass, Goshen, N. Y. 

7T. VoLUNTiNE CoviL TuRNER, Chicago, III, 

283 Dearborn Ave. 

Practiced law for ten years ; Acting Director and Pres. of North Chi- 
cago R. R., since i860 to date; Pres. of Alumni Associatio of Wil- 
liams Coll. for Northwest. 

B, *George Duncan Wells, Greenfield, Mass. E. kij. 2 

LL.B. Harvard, 1848; Lawyer; Brig. Gen'l U. S. V. Died 1864, 
set 38, on battle field South Cedar Creek. 



E. kX, 2 
E. VI. 3 

E, i](y, 10 
X0. A. 7 



Class of 1847. 

iV. *RiCHARD S. BAY,t Albany, N. Y. 

S. *George Augustus Bissell,! Hudson, N. Y. 

/. *Samuel Henry Davis, Westfield, Mass. 

Journalist. Died 1849, set. 26. 
^. *S. Satterlee Safford,! Philadelphia, Pa. 



E, api. I 

X0. TffJ, 10 

XX, aa. I 
E, Xpi. 1 1 




Class of 1848. 
A, Benjamin Stanton Barnard, New York City. XX. kk. 2 

Retired from business. 
fi. Hon. Horace Davis, San JFrancisco, Cal., X0. v. 9 

49 First St. 

Graduated Harvard, 1849; Flour Miller; Member of 45th and 46th 
Congresses ; Pres. of San Francisco Library Association. 





48 WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 

H. •Henry M. Hyde,! New York City. X©. X\. 11 

^. *Cephas Kent Martindale, M.D., Lacrosse, Wis. /. id, i 

» 

Druggist ; M.D. Geneva Med. Coll., 1861. Died Sept 18, 1870. 

/. James Warren Morgan, Glens Falls, N. Y. XA, n. 12 

Farmer; two years in 22d Reg*t N. V. Vols. ; Act'g Brigade Forage 
Master. 

B. *Samuel Dodge Moses, M.D , Washington, D. C -2. yo. 11 

A.M. and M.D. Univ. Va. 1852. Died 1873, aet. 47. 

#. *James N. Richards,! Poughkeepsie, N. Y. E. r/i. 5 

S. *Henry W. Smith,! South Hadley, Mass. E, va. 8 

Died 1873. 

77. Caleb Smith Woodhull, Brooklyn, N. Y., E. X£, 11 

46 Monroe PI. 

A.M. ; Lawyer. 





Class of 1849. 
•Henry Temple Chapman, Greenfield, Mass. XQ, p. 12 

Died 1 861, set. 30. 

P. Lemuel Baldwin Clark,! New York City, X©. i. 7 

57 Broadway. 
One year in coll. ; Lawyer. 

B, Rev. Charles Seymour Robinson, New York City, /. X. 3 

57 East 54th St. 

A.M., D.D., from Hamilton, 1866; Clergyman, Presbyterian; Pas- 
tor Park Church, Troy, N. Y, 1855-1860 ; First Church, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1860-1868; Am. Chapel, Paris. 1868-1871: Memorial Church, 
New York City, 1871 to present time. Published Works: "Songs for 
the Church," 1862; "Songs for the Sanctuary," 1865; "Church 
Work,** 1873 : " Psalms and Hymns," 1875 ; " Spiritual Songs," 1879 ; 
"Studies in New Testament." 1880. Ed. of Illustrated Christian 
Weekly, 1877-1878. 




♦ 




WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 49 

n. *George Gordon Byron Root, Pittsfield, Mass. I. <pt. 7 

Died 1 85 1, set. 24. 

/. Homer Horatio Smith, Franklin, La. X&. A. 11 

A.M. ; Merchant ; Parish and State School Treas. 
S. *Alfred Swift, New York City. E, <r/c. 6 

A.M. Died 1855, aet. 24. 

n. *WiLLiAM Shephard Warner, Canandaigua, N. Y. X0. ax. i 

Died 1851, aet. 23. 





Class of 1850. 
J. James Ballard, Tarlton, O. -E va. 4 

Farmer. • 

H. *Frederick J. Barnard, Jr.,t Albany, N. Y. XX. co. 9 

One term in coll. Died 1848. 

A, William Tomlinson Booth, New York City, X&, k. 6 

100 Wall St. 

A.M. Williams; M.D. Yale; Merchant. 

/7. John Bassett Chapin, M.D., Willard, E, XV- 8 

Seneca Lake, N. Y. 

A.M., M.D.; Sup't of Willard Asylum for the Insane. 

B. Hon. Charles Chauncey Dwight, Auburn, N. Y., E, n. 6 

149 North St. 

LL.D. Williams, '74; Lawyer; 4 years Capt. 75th N. Y. Vols. ; 
Ass't Adj.-Gen. U. S. V.; Col. i6oth N. Y. Vols.; County Judge, 
Cayuga Co., 1859; Justice of Supreme Court N. Y., since 1868; 
Trustee Auburn Theol. Sem.; Trustee Wells Coll.; Trus. Cornell 
Univ.; Trus. Albany Law School. 

^.' Edward Cornelius David, Cheyenne, Wy. /. rv. 5 

A.M. Williams; Surveyor; Post Master, Dubuque, Iowa, 1861-69 ; 
Special Ag't of P. O. Dep't, 1869-75; U. S. Surveyor-Gen. for Wy- 
oming Ter. since 1875. 





50 WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 




/. Thomas Fearn Erskine, Huntsville, Ala. £1. \y. ii 

Plantation Farmer; Lieut. Forrest Regt. (Confed.); Last two years 
on Gen. Bates' Staff. 

H. MiNOT Sherman Wasson, St. Louis, Mo., /. Xo. ii 

3505 Lin dell Ave. 

Two years Williams, A. B.; Gen. Agt. of Indianapolis and St. Louis 
R. R., and representing Treas. of same R. R. at St. Louis. 

^. Sei.den Watkins, Jackson, Miss. X. ns. 5 

Three years in coll. ; School Principal; two years in Confed. service; 
High Private in Jeff. Davis* Bradforce Scouts; Principal Public School, 
Jackson, Miss., Oct., 1875 to June, 1876; Asst. Teacher in Memphis, 
from Sept., 1876 to June. 1878. 




Class of 185 1. 

^. *Samuel Trowbridge CHAMPNEY,t M.D., E, ov. 3 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Physician and Surgeon; at one time in service of Panama R. R. as 
Physician and Surgeon. Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., April, 1857, aged 
27 years. 

T, Charles Read Church,! Troy, N. Y.,63 First St. E, an. 12 

One year in coll. ; Merchant. 

77. Rev. EvERARD Kempshall, Elizabeth, N. J., 2, ru. 5 

227 So. Broad St. 

D.D. Williams and Coll. of N. J.; Minister, Presbyterian, located 
Buffalo, N. v., i855-'57, Batavia, 1858-61, Elizabeth, 1861, to date. 

H. *Charles a. MoTT,t Lansingburg, N. Y. XS. A. 2 

Died March 12, 1874. 

H. Lucius Marcus Sheldon,! Brooklyn, N. Y., E. Xff. 2 

123 Montague St. 
Six months in coll. ; Retired from business. 





WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 5 1 




Class of 1852. 

/. *WiLLi AM Alfred Bradley, Jr., M.D., San Jose,Cal. E, ttcj. 12 

Died 1869, set. 38. 

0. *WiLLiAM Glenn David, M.D., Lyons, N. Y. /. vt, 8 

M.D. Harvard, 1854; Surgeon U. S. A. Died 1877. 

^. *David Brainerd Greene, New York City. £1, co. i 

A.M.; Lawyer; Capt. U. S. V. Killed at Arkansas Post, 1863, 
set. 32. 

T. MiCAH Jones Lyman, M.D., XQ. o. 12 

Englewood, Cook Co., 111. 

M.D. Castleton Med. Coll., Vt. 1855; Physician. 

H. Harlow Pease, Watertown, Wis. /. itf. 7 

Lawyer. 

2. Edwin Augustus Van Deusen,! M.D., 2. K<r, 6 

Hudson, N. Y. 

Physician. 




Class of 1853. 

H. Jonathan Sturges Beers,! New Orleans, La., £1, vo. 8 

Cor. Camp and Marengo Sts. 

One year (Soph.) in colL ; Accountant; Confed. High Private 
during whole war; Fennel's Battery of Artillery; Drew's Battalion 
of Infantry ; now empld. in Office of Morgan's La. & Tex. R. R. Co. 

/. William Cheney, Minneapolis, Wis., E. kt. 6 

212 Nicollet Ave. 

A.M.; Real Estate and Insurance. 



^. John Hutchinson,! Detroit, Mich.t I. n. 4 





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WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 




P. Hon. Christopher Jacob Lansing,! Eureka, XX. a. 12 

Eureka Co., Nev., 30 Paul St. 

One year (Soph.) in college; Lawyer; in employ of several mining 
corporations; State Senator in California, 1859 and i860, and Presi- 
dent of Senate, i860. 

n. RoBT. Charles McEwen, M.D., Saratoga, N. Y., XX. too. 5 

21 Federal St. 

M.D. Coll. Phys. and Surg., New York City; Diploma as House 
Physician, Bellevue Hosp., N. Y.; Physician and Surgeon; 1st Asst. 
and Acting Surgeon 17th Comp. Vols. 

B. Chas. Enoch Perkins, Hartford, Conn., -K <pT. 7 

49 Woodland St. 

Lawyer. 



Class of 1854. 
H. Hon. John B. Cohrs,! Peoria, 111. E. ai. i 

One year (Soph.) in coll.; Lawyer; 111. State Senate, '64-68; Vice- 
Pres. and Genl. Counsel of Peoria, Decatur and Evansville R. R. 
Co. and of Peoria and Pekin Union R. R. Co. 

.2. *JoHN Ostrom, Grass Valley, Cal. /. r. 10 

A.M.; Engineer. Died 1866, aet. 34. 

77. * J AMES Lathrop Rice, Keokuk, Iowa. 

A.M.; Lawyer. Died 1879. 

B, Rev. Joseph Washburn, Athens, Ga. 2. (5. 8 

Minister, Presbyterian; no charge because of ill health; Confed. Pri- 
vate Cav. "Jeff. Davis Legion," Q.\ years; Artillery remainder of 



M. dp. 3 



war. 



/. Thos. Macaulay Wheeler, Englewood, N. J. 

Lawyer; 3 months priv. N. Y. 7th Regt., 1862. 



/. KV. 6 






WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 



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Class of 1855. 

K. *JoHN Adriance, New York City. E, e. 4 

A.M.; Lawyer; Loan Commr. State N. Y.; Memb. St. Nicholas 
and Historical Societies, N. Y.; Pres. Belt R. R., N. Y. City. Died 
Nov. 31, 1874. 

B. John Knowlson, M.D., Poultney, N. Y. X&, ijcp. 10 

M.D. Castleton Med. Coll.,. 1857; M.D. Coll. Phys. and Sui^., 
Uniy. of State of N. Y., 1857; " Health Officer and House Surgeon " 
and Med. Supt. ** Marshall Infirmary," Troy, N. Y., 1857-9; E)em'r 
of Anatomy at Castleton Med. Coll., 1858; 4 years as Surgeon in war 
U. S. 169th N. Y. Inf. with rank of Major ; Brev. Lt.-Col. , Nov , 
1865 ; frequent Contributor to Med. Journals. 



H. 



*Edward W. Lasell,! New York City. 
Merchant. Died Dec. 26, i860. 



£1. ax, I 




B, Wm. Parker Prentice, New York City, X. \o. n 

9 W. i6th St. 

A.M. and Ph.D. Gottingen, Ger.; LL.B. Albany Law School; 
Lawyer; 2 years in U.S. Serv.; Asst. Adj.-Genl. with rank of Lieut.- 
Col.; Chief of Staff to Maj.-Genl. O. M. Mitchell and of Dept. of 
South and of loth Army Corps ; Counsel to Health Dept., New York 
City. 

^, Hon. Henry Wm. Seymour, E. ri. 5 

Sault De St. Marie, Mich. 

Grad. Albany Law School ; admitted 1856 ; Lumberman ; at present 
member of House, Mich. Leg. 

H. Stephen Elijah Seymour, Springfield, Mass., /. vtf, 8 

431 Main St. 
Lawyer. 

n, George Edward Sibley, Elizabeth, N. J., E, kK. 2 

470 Monroe Ave. 
Lawyer, 54 Wall St., N. Y. City ; Ed. Union County Herald, 1864-69. 





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WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 



^. *JoHN Vanderpoel, Ncw York City. 

A.M.; Lawyer. Died Nov. 29, 1869, aet. 34. 

^. *Edward L. WELLS,f Columbia, S. C. 
In Confederate service. 




JS. po. 12 



B, Vt/}. 9 



C/ass of 1856. 

H. Horace B. Ransom,! Brooklyn, N. Y.J E. va. 4 

A. John Leverett Thompson,! Chicago, 111., H. or/i. i 

1637 Indiana Ave. 

Two years at Dartmouth; one year at Williams; A.M. Dartmouth; 
LL.B., Harvard ; Lawyer; 4 years in Federal Army; at close of war « 
Col. 1st N. H. Cav.; Brev. Brig.-Genl. Vols.; Alderman of Chicago. 




Class of 1857. 
-2. Rev. Frederick Wm. Beecher, Wellsville, N. Y. E, Xy. 11 

A.M.; B.D. Chicago Theol. Sem.; located Milwaukee, Hanover St. 
Ch., i86o-'6i; Kaukakee, 111., 1861-72: Jackson, Mich., 1873; 
Wellsville, 1874, to date ; Supt. Schools, Kaukakee Co.. 111. i868-'7a. 

^. *Lyman Beecher, Boston, Mass. D,. k, i 

Insurance. Died 1872, set. 36. 

O. *EvERiTT WiLMER GREEN,t Ncw York City. E, kb. 2 

n. James Mallory Hawley, Albany, N. Y., X&. X- 5 

149 Chestnut St. 

A.M ; Wholesale Druggist. 

B. Edward Swift Isham, Chicago, 111., E, vt/.\ 8 

554 Wabash Ave. 
A.M. ; Lawyer. 

/. John Prentice, Brooklyn, N. Y., E. v6, 3 

170 Columbia Hgts. 

Storage business. 





WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 55 





Z. Clarkson TiBBiTTS,t Albany, N. Y., 65 Hawk St. E. prj. 12 
n, Samuel Wood, Westport, Conn. E, vr, 9 

A.M., LL.B.; Lawyer, 176 Broadway, N. Y. 

^. Albert Woodbury, New York City.J A, 7. 7 

Class of 1858. 

r. Danl. K. CoMSTOCK,t Brooklyn, N. Y.J E, rd. 5 

A. John Bowers LEE,t New York City, 39 W. 54th St. E. kt. 6 

Three years in coll.; Banker and Stock Broker. 

N, Henry K. Thomae,! New York City., Xf), t/^v, 8 

682 Broadway. 
Lawyer. 

O. Rev. Stephen Higginson Tyng, Jr., New York City. O. va. 4 

A.M. and D.D., Williams; now residing in Paris, France; formerly 
Rector Church of the Holy Trinity, N. Y. City ; Trustee Williams 
Coll.; President of the Fraternity, i879-*8i. 

C/ass of 1859. 
A, Oliver Prince Buel, Yonkers, N. Y. A. a?, i 

A.M.; Lawyer; Counsel U. S. Life Ins. Co. in N. Y. City, and 
Metropolitan Trust Co, of N. Y. City. 

T. Edward Linus Gaul,! Hudson, N. Y. E, tpa, 8 

One year at Williams ; Graduated Yale, i860 ; Lawyer ; 3 years in 
war: Lt.-Col. 159th N. Y. Vols.; 6 years Staff iY. Y, Times, 

2. *David May Holton, Burlington, Vt. E. 6t/. 3 

Killed 1864, Battle of Wilderness, set. 27. 

iV. Sartell Prentice,! Chicago, 111., 10 Tower PI. E. y/A, n 

Two years in coll. ; Capt, 12th U. S. Infantry ; Brev. Major U. S. 
A.; Director Bank; Trustee Church; Director Orphan Asylum and 
City Hospital; Director and Vice-Pres. City Railway Co. and Director 
Turnpike Co. 



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Class of i860. 

Z. Hon. Giles Babcock, Jr., Stonington, Conn. E, A/i. 9 

M. Robert Edes Beecher, Hartford, Conn., X. q}\, 7 

373 Asylum St. 

Insurance ; Secy. Continental Life Ins. Co., Hartford; five years in 
Federal service, 73d Ohio Vols. ; Priv. and Lieut. U. S. Vols. ; Adj.- 
Genl. Dept. ; Capt., Major and Lt.-Col.; SupL Public Schools, North 
Brookfield, Mass. ; Revised Genl. A. Von Steinneck's School Geogra- 
phies ; Counsel Adams Nickel Plating Co. and Mfg. Co. ; Prin. Chil- 
licoth, O., High School. 

T, William Gaston Donaldson, O. x^- ^ 

Barryt6wn-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. 
Lawyer ; Justice of Peace 8 years. 

//. *Joseph M. HiBLER,t Paris, Ky. E. erf, 2 

Died in California. 

TV. *Fowler PRENTiCE,t Brooklyn, N. Y. E, afi, 4 

Col. U. S. Vols. 

M. Emory Washburne,! Chicago, III, 108 Dearborn St. E, ex- 7 

Lawyer. 



Class of 1861. 

^. *Capley Amory, Boston, Mass. X. kX, 2 

A.M. ; Broker; Capt. U. S. Vols. Died 1879, act. 38. 

iV. William Chetwood De Hart,! Elizabeth, N. J. E, nv. 12 

Three years in coll. ; Capt. U. S. Rev. Cutter Serv., co-operating 
with Navy ; Federal Lieut. 

H. Henry Martin Duffield, Detroit, Mich., XQ, k<t. 2 

707 Jefferson Ave. 

Two years in Mich.; two years in Williams ; Lawyer; four years 
war ; Adj. U. S. Vols. ; Asst. Provost Marshal ; Staff Genl. George H. 
Thomas ; General at close of war ; Member State Military Board of 
Mich, with rank of CoL ; now City Counsellor of Detroit. 





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Z. •Ralph Olmstead IvES,t Great Barrington, Mass. E. 1/^0. 8 

Capt. U. S. Vols. Died Oct. 9, 1878, at San Rafael, Cal. 

T. James Lawrence Mitchell,! Brooklyn, N.Y.J E, ya. 11 

^. Wm. Leiper Van Nest, New York City, E. ^<r. 7 

54 W. 22d St. 

Two and a half years in coll. : R. R. Agt.; Private 7th N. Y. Nat. 
Guard. 

M, Morris Ashhurst Tyng, E. Kpi, 7 

261 Broadway, New York City. 
Three years in Williams; A.M.; LL.D. Coll., City N. Y.; Lawyer. 



C/ass of 1862. 
Z. Wm. Wilberforce Ball, New York City. 4>. ay. 3 

Died 1867, aet. 25, pf wounds received in Federal service. 

X. Samuel Phillips Blagden, New York City, M. pa. 16 

107 E. 2ist St. 

A.M.; Insurance. 



V. *JoHN Burton Cuyler, Palmyra, N. Y. 

A.M.; lawyer. Died 1871, set. 31. 



M. UK, I 




A. Edwin Stewart,! South Orange, N. J. M. rn. 8 

Two years in coll.; Pay Inspector U. S. N, ; Entd. U. S. N. as 
Asst. Paymaster, 9th Sept., 1861; in service ever since; at present 
Inspector Clothing and Provisions at Navy Yard, N. Y. 

T. Richard Waterman,! Chicago, 111., X. <To, 5 

23 Wisconsin St. 

One year Williams; two at Brown; Lawyer; Harvard Law School; 
3 months Private R. I. Infantry; 16 months 1st R. I. Cav., 1st Lieut. 

N. Charles Ezra White, New York City, X, XX. 5 

54 William St. 
A.M.; a Manager of the North British and Mercantile Ins. Co. 





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Class of 1863. 

Z. *Wm. Augustus Beach, Jr.,f Troy, N. Y. E. Ay. 9 

O. *VoLCKERT Pierre Douw, Jr., Albany, N. Y. 2. k. \ 

AM.; Merchant. Died 1875. 

B. John C Goodridge, Jr., New York City, 77. 17. 7 

127 E. 25th St. 

Pres. N. Y. Stone Contracting Co.; Pres. and Treas. Raritan River 
Clay Co. 

^. Alexander T. Van NEST,t New York City, • ^. rQ, 11 

120 Chambers St. 

Lawyer. 

77. George Whitfield Van Slyck,! New York City, E. n, 4 

2 E. 50th St. 

LL.B.; 2 years in coll. ; Graduate of Law School; Lawyer; Maj. 
128th N. Y. Regt. ; 3 years in service. 

Class of 1864. 

O. Eugene Thomas CuRTis,t Rochester, N. Y., E, ae. 2 

15 Hill St. 

Left coll., 1st term Senior, to enter Army, i6th N.Y. Artillery, Co. 
H. ; 1st and 2d Lieut, and Capt. ; 2 years in service ; connected with 
Rochester Daily Union and Advertiser^ 1866-68 ; of the firm of Curtis 
& Wheeler, Shoe Manufacturers. 

P. Henry Pierrepont Isham,! Chicago, 111., E. po. i 

10 Tower Hill. 

Bro. Edward Swift, AG, 1857. 

K. John Alva Wallace,! Chester, Pa. • ^> no, 3 

Three years in coll.; two years in Fed. Service, 150th N. Y. Vols., 
66th Vet. Vols. ; 5 years Memb. Chester City Council, I year Pres. ; 
5 years Memb. Chester Water Board, 3 years Pres. ; Teacher, 
1865-68; Post Master Chester, Pa., since Jan. 1st, 1882. 





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Class of 1865. 

E, Charles Louis FiNCKE,f Brooklyn, N. Y., /. ko, 7 

106 Montague St. 

One and a half years in coll. ; Broker. 

^. Henry Blatchford Scudder,! Brookline, Mass. Z. Kp, i 

One year in coll. ; Manufacturer ; in Fed. Serv. i year. 

^. Edward Taft Williams, M.D.,t Roxbury, Mass., E, np. 8 

2298 Washington St. 

One term at Williams; Grad Harvard, 1865 ; M.D. 1868, Harvard; 
Physician to Overseers of Poor; to Roxbury Charitable Socy., and Sea 
Shore Home for Sick Children ; Author of " Science of French Con- 
jugation," Lockwood, Brooks & Co., 1878. 

Class of 1866. 

T. *Henry Allston Beers, New York City. X, XX- " 

Merchant. Died 1876. 

Z. Benjamin Gamaliel Gleason, Andover, Mass. X. 6<r. 9 

Builder and Contractor. 

O. Laurin Burton Gray, Chicago, 111., X. pio. 4 

" Douglass House." 
Buyer Wholesale Dry Goods. 

M. Townsend MAcCouN,t Chicago, 111., X. etr. 8 

317 La Salle Ave. 

Left coll. 1st term Senior; A.M. Williams, 1866; Publisher and 
Bookseller ; Secy. Williams Alumni Association of North West. 

2, Joel Sanford Potter, Whitehall, N. Y. X. so. 12 

Lawyer. 

^. George Seth Terry, New York City, M. o. i 

Union League Club. 
Mercantile business. 





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Class of 1867. 

H. Wm. Franklin Bulkley,! Grand Rapids, Mich., X. 0€. 2 

118 Jefferson Ave. 
One year in coll.; Wholesale Grocer; fonnerly Master in U. S. N. 

2. Wm. Francis Russell,! Chicago, III.J X. <re. 3 

A, Franklin Foster Shattuck, Philadelphia, Pa., X. ap. i 

2129 Mt. Vernon St. 
Manufacturer of Perfumery. 




Class of 1868. 

^. Robert Abbott, Astoria, L. I. XQ. tv. 7 

T. Mason Bulkley, Rochester, N. Y.J O.. so. 2 

Z. Wm. Howe Cuyler, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y., /. ya. 11 

82 Pierrepont St. 

Dealer in Watches and Precious Stones. 

N. Fred. Ingraham, Chicago, 111. O. an. 4 

Chicago Stove Works. 

/. Geo. Perkins I.awton, Brunswick, N. Y., A. vcf. 9 

Office, 18 Boardman Building, Troy. 

Lawyer; now holds the military office of Judge Advocate, with 
rank of Lieutenant Colonel of 3d Division N. G. S. N. Y.; Counsel 
for several Corporations, Banks, Railroads, and Manufacturing Com- 
panies. 

B. Nathaniel West Meeker, New York City, X&. go. 9 

142 East 58th St. 

Manager; Fire Insurance Agent; Yorkville Agent Commercial 
Union Assurance Co. of London ; Manufacturers' Fire & Marine Ins. 
of Boston. 





WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 6 1 




n. Chas. Benson Pearse, New York City, E, <pr, 7 

115 East 128th St. 
Decorative House Painting. 

E. James Breckinridge Sumner,! Lunerburg, Vt. 0. to, 5 

Two years in college; M.D. University of Vermont; two years 
Representative in New Hampshire Legislature ; Justice of the Peace 
for State of N. H. 



Class of 1869. 

K. *Chas. Dewey Howk, New Albany, Ind. A. k. 3 

A.M.; Lawyer ; Died 1875, at. 25. 



Class of 1870. 
^. Manly Candee Green,! Buffalo, N. Y. X&. on. 9 

Banker. 

P. Frederick Moses Johnson,! Salt Lake City, A. €, 6 

I St East St., between East Temple and ist South. 

Two years in college; Mining and Mining Engineering; 'now con- 
nected with Wendigo Manuf. Company's Mines and the Ely Mill at 
Diamond, and M. E. for Walker & Bulckley Mines at Park City, 
Utah; formerly for Ontanc^on R. R. and Iron Mines of Marquette 
Co., Mich. 

T. Chas. Luther Page,! Chicago, 111., A. €. 6 

2312 Indiana Ave. 

One year in college; Importer of Minton Tiles. 

P. Alexander White, Chicago, III, E. ao. 4 

244 Wabash Ave. 
A.M. Williams College; LL.B. Columbia Law School: Lawyer. 






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WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 




Class of 1871. 

^. Frank Benoni Frishmuth,! Philadelphia, Pa., XA, ^'O. 8 

3817 Walnut St. 

Two years in college; Tobacco Manufacturer. 



Class of 1872. 

B. Geo. Henry Stever, New York City, /2. i<r. 5 

82 Nassau St. 

A.M. Williams; Lawyer, and Editor of the Journal of Banking 
Law. 



Class of 1875. 

B, Rev. Chas. Bulkley Bullard, New York City, X©. k(S. 6 

9 University Pla^e. 

Presbyterian Minister. 

/• Rev. Frederick Johnson, St. Paul, Nebraska. XQ ax. i 

Minister; Pastor at Ayr, Nebra-ska, from June, 1879, ^^ April, 1881; 
at St. Paul since April, 1881 ; Principal of High School at Spencer, 
N. Y., 1876-1877 inclusive. 




Class of 1876. 
77. Chas. Benajah Gilbert, Beaver Dam, Wis. 

Teacher. 
77. Stanley R. Kitchel, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Lawyer. 



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E. 6a. 9 






WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 63 

S. Alvah Conant Lewis, M.D., Brooklyn, N. Y., XG. ffX' 5 

135 Remsen St. 

M.D. Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons of N. Y. City ; connected 
with Cumberland St. Hospital, Brooklyn ; Practicing Physician. 

B. Clarence Burgess Root, Francestown, N. H. XA, <p, 7 

A.M. at Williams; Teacher; Asst. Principal of Island Grove School, 
Fort Edward, N. Y.,1877 and 1879; Principal of Barre Academy, Mass., 
1879 and 1880 ; Classical Teacher Greenwich Acad., Conn., 1881. 

B. Edward Livingston Sibley, Bennington, Vt. X0. an. 4 

Lawyer; Judge of Probate since December, 1878. 



Class of 1877. 

77. RuFus Henry Halsey, Brooklyn, N. Y., XQ XP- i 

1345 Fulton St. 

Instructor in Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute since 
1878. 

B. JosiAH Clark Hubbard, M.D., Holyoke, Mass. XB, €v. 2 

A.M., M.D. Jeff. Med. Coll.; Practicing Physician. 



Class of 1878. 

A, Henry Seymour Clark, Pittsfield, Mass. Jf2. x- 7 

Med. Student Jeff. Med. Coll. 

B, Waldo Selden Pratt, Hartford, Conn. X0. pv, 12 

Late Asso. Director of Metropolitan Museum of Art, N. Y.; two 
Essays on the Columnar Architecture of the Egyptians, published by 
Amer. Academy of Arts and Sciences, Boston, 1880; Fellow at the 
Johns Hopkins University, '79 and '80. 

A, Henry Bishop Rockwell, M.D., Philadelphia. Pa., XA. tf), 8 

3717 Baring St. 
M.D. Univ. of Penn.; Physician. 







64 WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 

/. William Edgar Roe, Cornwall, N. Y. XA, a, 3 

Teacher in Brooklyn Polytechnic and Collegiate Institute three 
years; now Student Union Theolog. Sem., N. Y. City. 

A. Rev. Halsey Bidwell Stevenson, X0. Stp. 10 

Pottstown, Pa., High St. 

Minister ; Graduate of Auburn Theological Sem. ; Presbyterian 
Min. at Pottstown, since June ist, 1881. 

Class t?/" 1879. 

/. Horace Greenwood Hill, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., A. dt, 9 

3405 Hamilton St. 
M.D. Jeff. Med. Coll.; connected with City Hospitals. 

/. Rev. Robert Ellis Jones, Washington, D. C, E. da. 9 

327**0 "St., N. W. 

Minister in St. John's Chapel, Williamstown, Mass. 

/. Rev. Albert Henry Trick, Lincoln, 111. E. Xa. 1 1 

Congregational Minister. 

H, *Edward Parker Warren,! Philadelphia, Pa., E. t/?ij. 8 

41 Kinsessing Ave. 

Died March 30th, 18S0. 

C/ass of 1 880. 
A, John Grey Campbell, Litchfield, 111. P. ti. 5 

Editor of the Litchfield Monitor. 

n. Frank Gaylord Hubbard, Oswego, N. Y., E. 66, 3 

1 23 East 4th St. 

Merchant. 

/. John Milton Killits, Red Oak, Iowa. XA. o. 5 

Journalist; Editor of Red Oak, la., Daily zxi^lVeekly Express. 

A. Henry Lord Landon, Red Oak, Iowa. X. vn. 4 

Journalist; Ass't Ed. of Red Oak, la.. Daily and Weekly Express. 






WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 65 





/. Ralph Augustus Seymour, Whitney's Point, N. Y. E, €t. 2 

Med. Student Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y. City; Assist. Principal 
Whitney's Point Acad., from Sept., 1S80, to July, i88i. 



Class of 1881. 

Tl. Frederick Buel Bard, New York City, K x^- i 

273 West nth St. 

Student Columbia Law School. 

T. Alfred Rider Page,! Brooklyn, N. Y., X0. kt}. 2 

323 9th St. 

SS.B.; Lawyer, 140 Nassau St., N. Y. ; two terms in college. 

B. Walter Clark Roe, Brooklyn, N. Y., /2. X- 5 

224 Clinton St. 

Teacher in Brooklyn Polytechnic and Collegiate Inst, from Sept., 
1880. 

/. Charles Addison Sweet, North Granville, N. Y. 

Entered 6. at Senior year from M., class '80; studying law at AK 
bany Law School. 

A. Grenville Norris Weston,! St. James, Minn. X. r}V, 10 

Three years in college; Stock breeding. 

Class of 1882. 

il. John Sabin Adriance, Williamstown, Mass. E, erj, 2 

Z. James Edwin Culliton, Salem, Mass., /. kgo, 6 

145 Federal St. 

/. Edmund Tenney Davis, North Andover, Mass. E, ^, 9 

B, Frank Alexander Erwin, West Point, N. Y. E, ki. 1 

E. Andrew Happer McCamant,! Tyrone, Penn. 2. ap. 6 

J. John Allen Townsend, New York City, E. a/3, 4 

171 Madison Ave. 





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WILLIAMS COLLEGE. 




Class of 1883. 

A. William Sturtevant Andrews, & J'O. 11 

West Troy, K. Y., 50 Washington St. 

B. John Parkinson Hubbard, Jr., Phila., Pa., X©. 9W7. 7 

1600 Master St. 

^. John Graham McCamant,! Tyrone. Pa. X©. €^. 2 

r*. Joseph Edward Peirson, Pittsfield, Mass. -2. k. 3 



C/42JJ ^ 1884. 

yi. Isaac Adriance, Williamstown, Mass. 
P. Walter Foxcroft Hawkins, Pittsfield, Mass. 
A. Marshall Crane Hayes, Dalton, Mass. 
F,. James Bartlett Whiton, Newark, N. J., 



a, 1.6 

xa <J. 3 

XX. <f . 6 
XX. ;f or. I 
22 Center St 



Class of 1885. 

A, Henry Goodrich Dunham, Sherburne, N. Y. E. nK. 5 

N, Frederick Butterfield Faitoute, XX. vr, 9 

Newark, N. J., cor. Chester and Lincoln Aves. 

A. William Mercer Grosvenor, Brooklyn, N. Y., E. \. 10 

343 Gates Ave. 

H. Harry Bigelow Homes, Adams, Mass. ^. p. 6 

N. Clarence Clifford Sibley, Bennington, Vt. E, kv. 2 

T. William James Squire, Lisle, N. Y. E, vt. 4 







AliPHA Mu< 



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A. e. 

r. MARTIN J. LOVE, M.D. 

Z. Hon. SILAS W. SANDERSON. 

A. n« 

J. ADAMS ALLEN, M.D. 

HENRY L. HODGES. 
♦DAVID J. LYON. 

STEPHEN MARTINDALE, M.D. 
♦EDWARD MERRILL, M.D. 
♦JAMES J. NASH. 
♦SELAH G. PERKINS, M.D. 
♦CARLOS H. SAMSON. 
♦ROLLIN C. SMITH. 

PETER STARR. 

HON. J. W. STEWART. 







MlDDLBBURT CoiXEGE. 



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Class of 1845. 

77. Jonathan Adams Allen, M.D., Chicago, 111., XX. Sij. 3 

1456 Michigan Ave. 

A.M. and LL.D.: President and Professor of Principles and Prac- 
tice of Medicine, Rush Med. Coll., Chicago; Receiver of Public 
Moneys in Mich, under the> Administration of Pres. Buchanan ; Sur- 
geon-in-Chief Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. for last r8 years; 
Editor for many years of Chicago Med. Journal; Professor in Indi- 
ana Med. College and Med. Department, Univ. of Mich.; Past Grand 
Master F. and A. M. and R. A. M., and Grand Commander K. T. ; 
33d Deg. of Scotch 'Rite (masonry); Member of Royal Order of 
Scotland. 

J. * Lavius Fillmore Chapman, U.S.A. P. <s. 10 

Died 1859. 

B, *Edwaru Merrill, M.D., Waco, Tex. XX, afi. 4 

A.M. Died 1869, Waco, Texas. 

il. *Carlos Herman Samson, Brooklyn, N. Y. XX, <pK. 7 

Teacher in Allentown, Pa., Academy, i845-*7 ; Railroad Agt.; 
Eastern Agt. Indiana R. R.: Agt. Great Western Despatch Line. 
Died 1877. 

Class of 1846. 
/. Henry Leonard Hodges, Washington, D. C. XX, Sp, 10 

Connected with U. S. Treas. Dpt. 

B. Hon. William Smith Hopkins, M.D.,Vergennes,Vt. P. tf;a, S 

A.M. in course; Rep. Ver. Leg., 1864-65; Mayor City Vergennes, 
i876-*77, '78. 





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r. •RoLLiN C. Smith,! Factory Point, Vt. XX. AA. 1 1 

77. Peter Starr, New York City. XX. hjjl 12 

A.M. in course; Lawyer, 120 Broadway. 

n. Ex-Gov. John Wolcott Stewart, Middlebury,Vt. XX. afi. 4 

LL.D.; Lawyer; State Atty., 185 1-54; County Clerk. 1855; Speaker 
Vt. House of Rep.. 1865-67; Gov. State of Vermont, iSyo-'ya; 
Trustee of Middlebury College; Representative 1st Cong. Dist. (Vt.) 
in 48th Congress. 

Class of 1847. 
E. Rev. Abram Gibson Cochran,! Middle Falls, N. Y. E. tj. 6 

Two years in college; A.M. from Middlebury Collie; Teacher 
and Principal of Argylc, i850-'53; Hudson River Academy, i854-*56; 
Schuylerville Acad., i857-'6i; Fairfield Acad., 1862-64; Eastern Sem- 
inary, 1865-70; School Com. of Washington Qo., N. Y., for three 
years. 

r. Rev. Gemont Graves,! Burlington, Vt, XS. or. 12 

34^ Colchester Ave. 

Two years in Middlebury; was graduated from Trinity College, 
1849; Minister P. E. Church; A.M. in course of Trinity; Rector of 
the following charges: Randolph, Vt., 1854-58; Hamilton, N. Y., 
i858-'63; Northfield. Vt.. 1863-64; Middlebury. Vt.. 1864-69; 
Manchester, Vt., 1869; Cambridge, f870-'72; Arlington. i872-*75; 
Winooski and Shelbume, Vt., i875-'8o; Cambridge and Jericho, Vt., 
1875; Georgia and Milton. Vt.. 1880; Principal and Rector of Mansion 
Home School, Winooski, Vt., 1875-77. 

A. Hon. George Benjamin Hollister,! Cincinnati, O., E.ca. 12 

230 Walnut St. 

Lawyer; two years in college; A.M. Honorary from Middlebury; 
Senator in Ohio State Sen., i866-'67; Trustee of Ohio Med. Coll. and 
Cincinnati Univ. ; Member of City Council, Cinn. 

Z. Levi Turner Leavitt,! Chittenango, N. Y.J X0. /i. 11' 

//. *David John Lyon, New York. XX. erf. 2 

Died 1865. 





MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 




n, Stephen Martindale, La Crosse, Wis., XX, aa, i 

Cor. Cass and loth Sts. 
Land, Loan and Insurance Agt. 

E. *James Jewett NASH,t New Haven, Vt. XX, apt. 9 

Three years in college. Died in 1846. 

M. Joseph Steele, Kingsboro*, Fulton Co., N. Y. A. tjt. 10 

Teacher. 

Class of 1848. 
r, *Hon. David Jefferson Rich, Raleigh, N. C P. A. 2 

Lawyer; in war on Fed. side; Capt. Com. Northern N, Y. ; U. S. 
Marshal at Richmond, Va.; SheriflF Pitt Co., N. C; State Senator, 
. 1869; appointed by Gov. Colonel of Militia; Delegate to Convention of 
1868 to form New State Cons. Died 1869 ; buried in Shoreham, Vt. 

TL, GusTAVus Blin Wright, San Francisco, Cal., E, x- i 

327 Pine St. 
Merchant. 

Class of 1849. 
N. *JoHN J. Hawkins, Castleton, Vt. /. v, 9 

Connected with C. & N. W. R. R. Co. Died at Junear, Wis., 1878. 

P. *AsA Stowell Jones, St. Louis, Mo.J XX. A. 6 

/^. Sewall Sargeant, New York City. XX. /c. 3 

Lawyer; 59 Wall St.; served on Fed, side in war for 3^ years; Ma- 
jor 15th Reg. N. Y. Vol. Eng.; Engineer Brigade, Army of Potomac. 




Class of 1850. 

J. *James Harwood Barter, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
Lawyer. Died 1853. 

H, Daniel Webster Mandell, Greenwich, N. Y. 

A.M. in course; Surveyor. 



X0. TCa. 5 



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MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 




n. Benjamin F. Parmenter,! Springville, N. Y.J E, A. 6 

B. *Henry Martyn Slade, Washington, D. C. XX. a. 8 

A.M. in course; Clerk in U. S. Treasury Dept., 1859-68; Pension 
Bureau, i868-'70; Clerk for Board of Public Works. 1870; Special 
Pension Agt. for Vermont, 1875 ; Tutor in Univ. Cleveland. Died at 
Washington, 1875. 

/. Edward Young Swift, Detroit, Mich., X0. p. 12 

184 Lafayette Ave. 
Lawyer. 

2". Sylvester Simeon Willard, Malone, N. Y. /. o. 10 

A.M. in course; Lawyer; in war on Federal side; Capt. 98th Reg. 
N. Y. Vols.; Promoted from First Lieut.; School Commissioner; In- 
spector of Elections; Clerk of Board of Supervisors; Clerk Ways and 
Means Com., N. Y. Assembly; Trustee and Clerk of Malone, N. V.; 
Sec. Franklin Agric. Society. 



Class of 185 1. 
77. Allen Campbell Baker, Oswego, Kan. ^. vv, (^ 

A.M. in course: Teacher; County Surveyor Pickens Co., Ala ; Prin. 
People's Academy, 1851-53 ; Prof. Math. Brownwood Ins., La Grange, 
Ga., 1853-55; Prin. Spring Hill Acad.. Pickens Co., Ala., 1855-67; 
Prin. Public Schools, City of Oswego, Kansas, 1873-76 and i879-'8i. 

K, *Pliny Fisk Churchill, Mooers, N. Y. XX. tfyo, 8 

Lawyer; Prof, in La Grange Ins., Ga., for some time; Contrib. N, 
Y, Independent. Died 1857. 



'l\ *Gaylord Pinney Chapin, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Died in 1856. 



P. <pr}. 7 




r, Hon. Nathan Allen Smith, Americus, Ga. XX. k. 5 

Lawyer; Teacher in Brownwood Univ., 1852; Principal of Buena 
Vista Acad., 1853 ; Judge of Inferior Court, Sumpter Co., Ga.; Mayor 
Americus, Ga. 





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Class of 1852. 

^. George Wadsworth DoRwiN,tSt. Marysville, CaLj XX, A. 7 
77. Hon. John Howe, Castleton, Vt. /. «r. 2 

A.M. in course ; Lawyer; in war on Federal side; 1st Lieut. Co. B, 
2d Vt Reg.; Assessor of Revenue and Superintendent Schools 
Franklin Co., Fla.; Mayor of city of Appalachicola, Fla.; Register of 
Probate, Dist of Fair Haven, Vt.; State's Atty. Rutland Co., Vt, 
1880. 

77. Matthew Henry Maynard, Marquette, Mich., /. A^. 11 

79 Ridge St. 

Lawyer. 

E. *Benjamin Mooers MooRE,t Plattsburgh, N. Y. X0. pa. 12 

Died 1 85 1, in his Senior year. 

P. Lucretius Dewey Ross, M.D., Poultney, Vt. /. kqq, 6 

Ass't Surgeon 14th Reg. Vt. Vols. ; one year in service ; Acting Sur- 
geon U. S. A. Hospital one year ; Pres. Rutland Co. Med. Society. 




Class of 1853. 

A. Hon. David Griswold Hooker, Milwaukee, Wis., & AA. n 

647 Van Buren St. 

Lawyer; A.M., Middlebury College; City Att'y of Milwaukee, 
'67-68, '68-69, '69-' 70; Mayor of Milwaukee, '72-' 73; Counsel 
Mutual Life Ins. Co. since 1878. 

/. Rev. George Augustus Weeks, Paris, Ky. £. /cp. 6 

A.M. in course ; B.D. from Theo. Sem. ; Minister P. E. Church; 
Principal Champlain Academy, N. Y., *53-'54; Tutor in Middlebury 
College, '55-'56; Rector of St. Mark's, Hoosac Falls, N. ¥., '62-65 ; 
St. Peter's, Paris, Ky., '65 ; Published sermons ; edited History of 
Salisbury, Vt. 






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Class of 1855. 

TL, Rev. Edward Payson Hooker, Lawrence, Mass., JE. «a. 2 

I Bedford St. 

D.D. from Middlebury College; Congregational Minister; Prin. 
Brattleboro' Academy, 1855-56; Tutor in Middlebury College; Prof, 
of Higher Math, and Ancient Languages in Fort Plain Seminary 
and Collegiate Institute ; Pastor of Mystic Church, Medford, Mass., 
•61-69; Fair Haven, Vt., i869-*7o; Middlebury, Vt., iSyo-'Si; Eliot 
Church, Lawrence, Mass., 1881- ; Trustee Middlebury College. 

B, Ex-Gov. James Tufts, Walpole, N. H. E. ^o. 8 

Lawyer; Probate Judge in Nebraska. '57-61; Member Nebraska 
Leg., *59-'6o; Sec. Council, Dakota Ter., '61-62; U. S. Com. to ad- 
just military claims, '62 ; Rep. and Speaker of the ist. I^eg of Idaho, 
'63-64; U. S. Sec. Montana Ten, '67-68; Acting Gov., '68-'69; 
Superintendent Indian affairs, Montana Ter., i868-'70. 



Class of 1856. 

iV. Rev. Lewis Augustine Austin, Middlebury, Vt. XX. a. 9 

A.M. in course from Middlebury; Tutor in Midd. Coll. '57-59; 
Prin. Jonesville, N. Y., Academy, '59-61 ;' Pastor of Cong. Church, 
Orwell, Vt., '62-68 ; Prin. Burr and Burton Seminary, Manchester, 
Vt., '68-72; Principal Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, N. H., 
'72-75 ; Teacher of Greek in same institution, '76-'8o ; Member of 
Corporation and Prof, of Latin in Middlebury College since 1880. 

M. *David Brownson Dewey, M.D.,Whitehall, N.Y. X0. <pn. 7 

Physician and Surgeon. Died 1864. 

B. *Henry DwiGHT Foster, Ludlow, Vt. /2. ^p. 8 

A.M. in course; Journalist; Editor of Ludlow Gazette; County 
Registrar of Sullivan Co., N'. H.; Prin. Black River Acad. Died at 
Grafton, Vt., 1869. 





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/. Hon. Allen Tenny, Norwich, Conn., X&. ai. 9 

16 E. Main St. 

Lawyer; was graduated from Albany Law School, 1866; Sec. State 
of New Hampshire, i86i-'65 ; Member Conn. Senate, 1873; Pres. pro. 
tern, of Senate; Member Conn. House of Reps. 1874; Corporation 
Counsel for city of Norwich. 




Class 0/ iS$y. 

n, Oliver Miller Adams,! Cleveland, O.J /. X^- ' 

E. Robert Henry Duncan,! New York City. M, o. 7 

Lawyer, 32 Park Place. 

/. Henry Benjamin Furness, Cincinnati, O., E. yv. 11 

McMillan St. 

Teacher. 

<P. Edmund Goodrich Hunt, Brooksville, Vt. X&, /?. 4 

Lawyer. 

H. Rev. Adin Alinerin Kendrick,! Upper Alton, 111. O. vn, 4 

Two years in college; D.D. Hon. from Univ. of Chicago; Baptist 
Minister in charge of church in Chicago, '61-64 ; St. Louis, '64-'72 ; 
Pres. Shurtleff College, Upper Alton, III. 

T. John William McVine, Potsdam, N. Y.J . O. icn, 6 

2. *Henry Erwin Miner, Washington, D. C. E, A. 6 

A.M. in course; Lawyer; State's Att'y, Bennington Co., Vt. '62; 
Editor of Manchester Journal one year. Died in 1863. 

^. Henry Martyn Porter, N. Y. City, 16 E. 42d St. /. 6, 5 

A.M. in course; Merchant; Private on Federal side, 7th Reg't N. 
Y. National Guard; Captain, Major, Lieut.-Colonel and Colonel 7th 
Vermont Vols. ; connected with National and American Bank Note 
Companies for the last fifteen years. 

B. Lauren Redfield, N. Y. City, 103 E. 60th St. O. np, 12 

Lawyer. 





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Class of l8>8. 



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Z. Nathaxiel M- AiiBR« »SE,t Sutton, X. H.J 

Two yean in college. 

P. Henry Martvx Barxum. Freejiort, III. 

Lawyer; City AitV, 1569. 

B, Eli AS Dewey, Delavan, Wis. ^. fc'^. 2 

Teacher; in late war on Fed. >ide. Pri^-ate and Serg't 20th Wis. 
Inf,, company G. served three years; Principal Delaran High School 
at present. 

X Albert \Vils<:)n Traix,! Elizabeth town, N. V-t P- Y^- '' 

One year in college; Law>-er. 

n. Hon. Lyman Walker, Peru, Ind. 

Lawyer; Judge of 27th Judicial Circuit of Ind. 



E, ro. 4 



/. Hon. William Harris Walker, Ludlow, Vt XG. Sv. 3 

Lawyer; Member of Vermont Legislature. iS65-*66; Member of 
Vermont State Senate, 1S67- 6S ; State's Attorney, 1S74-76; Judge 
of Probate since 1878 ; Supervisor of In^^ane. Vt., i878-*8o; Director 
in two fire insurance companies; Trustee of Middlebury CoU^e. 

N. James M. Warner,! Albany, N. Y., 244 State St. P. #c. 2 

One year in college; was graduated from West Point Military Acad. 
i860; A.M. Hon. from Middleburv; Manufacturer; in late war on 
Fed. side. Colonel of ist Vt. Heavy Artillery, nth Vols. ; promoted 
to Brig.-Gen. Vols, and Brevet Brig. -Gen. of Regulars, served six 
years ; President of Albany Card and Paper Co. 



C/ass of 1859. 

U. William Henry Knight, Boston, Mass. 

LL.B.; Lawyer. 



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H. George W. Ware, Jr.,t Belmont, Mass. XX, ya. ii 

Two years at Middlebury; A.B. and A.M., Amherst College; A.M., 
M.C. and LL.B. from Harvard; Lawyer, office 42 and 44 Court St., 
Boston, Mass.; Chairman School Committee, Belmont; Chairman of 
Selectmen, four years; Trustee of Middlebury College ; Member of 
Mass. House of Reps.; Chairman of its bills on three readings and 
in other committees; Counsel for Town of Belmont before legislative 
hearings for many years; Att'y for Fitchburg R. R. and the Mass. 
Central R. R. 



Class of i860. 

T, *JoHN QuiNCY Dickinson, Marianna, Fla. XX. (p. 7 

Lawyer ; in war on Fed. side, 2d Lieut., Quartermaster of a Reg't, 
Captain; in 1868 Ass't Commis. of Freedmen's Bureau; at his dis- 
continuance was Clerk of Circuit Court ; one of the leading Republi- 
cans of Jackson Co. Was assassinated April 3rd, 1871. Buried at 
Benson, Vt. 

K. Merritt Henry Eddy, M.D., Middlebury, Vt. X0. ao. 1 

Physician and Surgeon. 

/. William Sheldon Green, Sheldon, Vt. XQ. i/^a. 8 

Farmer ; Justice of Peace for Town of Sheldon. 

B. Roswell Harris, Jr., Detroit, Mich., XX. go. 7 

71 Washington Ave. 

Real Estate Dealer ; A.M. Hon. from Middlebury College; was 
graduated from Andover Theological Seminary. 

I. Charles Minot Hollis, Marion, la., XX. ya. 1 1 

Cor. I St and Walnut Sts. 

A. M. from Middlebury ; Lawyer and Broker ; admitted to bar 1862 ; 
engaged in recruiting regiments for the Federal Army; Member 
Board of Town Trustees ; County Officer for fourteen years ; Editor 
Cedar Valley Times/61-66; Editor Marten Tribune, '71-72; Pres. 
of Marion Female Seminary, *7i- 72 ; Att'y for Judge Hunt, United 
States Supreme Court; appeared before U. S. Commissioner and Sec. 
of Interior ; extensively engaged in real estate business throughout 
State of Iowa. 




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n. AzRO Levi Mann, San Francisco, Cal., X0. vv. 2 

520 Capp St. 

A.M. from Middlebury ; Teacher; Prof, of Latin and Greek at 
Boys' High School, '65-77; City Sup't Public Schools, '77-79; 
published San Francisco School Reports, *78-'7g. 

^. *Charles PARMENTER,t Mcchanicsville, Vt. P. n6. 5 

Federal Army, of 6th Reg't, Comp. C, Vt. Vols. Killed in action at 
battle of Cedar Creek, Oct. 19th, 1864. 

77. George A. Richardson, Sparta, Wis. P. €t, 2 

Lawyer; in Federal Army, Commissary-Serg't 14th Vt. Vols.; State's 
Att'y for Monroe Co.; Att'y for a private bank. 

B. John Russ, Oakland, Cal., 772 nth St. -2. tj(y. 10 

Journalist; Principal of High School at Amboy, Lee Co., 111.; Sup't 
Public Instruction at Amboy; connected with San Francisco Evening 
Bulletin. 



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Class of 1 86 1, 

r. Charles Emmett Abell, Orwell, Vt. £. x^- i 

AM. from Middlebury; Farmer; was in war on Fed. side, Capt. 
Comp. D, 14th Reg't Vt. Vols., also of Comp. H, 5th Reg't; served 
two years; Town Sup't of Schools; Member Vt. House of Reps., 
'76 and '77. 

/I. Erastus Hibbard Phelps, Fair Haven, Vt. X0. A., 3 

LL.B. from Albany Univ., 1872; Cashier ist National Bank; in 
Fed. Army as Paymaster's Clerk; Member Vt. Const. Convention, 
1870; Editor Fair Haven Journal^ '69 and '70; Proprietor of Mont- 
gomery Steam Flouring Mills, Montgomery, Minn. 

B. James Buchanan Smith, Hyde Park, 111. X0. co, 7 

Paving Contractor, 151 Randolph St., Chicago; in Federal Army, 
1st Lieut. 25th Reg't Mass. Vols., Lieut.-Col. 36th Reg't Mass. Vols.; 
in service four years and six months. 



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H, 



T. Ezra J. Warner, Lake Forest, 111. M. nn. 12 

Merchant, of the firm Sprague, Warner & Co. . Chicago, 111. ; Local 
Director of the Liverpool, London and Globe Ins. Co., England; 
Trustee of Lake Forest University, Lake Forest, III. 



Class of 1862. 

^. Hugh Crawford Campbell,! Brookfield, Mo., E. aa. 1 

Macon St. 

Three years in college; Teacher; Serg't in Fed. service for two yrs.; 
Sup't Public Schools, Brookfield, Mo. 

Z. *WiLLiAM Church Conkey, Townshend, Vt. 

Died in i860. 

*JoHN RoLLiN Converse, Panton, Vt. 

On Fed. side 2d Lieut. Comp. H, 17th Reg't Vt. Vols, 
action at Petersburgh, Va., July 30th, 1865, aged 23. 

Park Davis, St. Paul, Minn. 
Lawyer ; Member Vt. State House of Reps. *74- 75. 

A. John Ashley Fitch, Highgate, Vt. 

Lawyer; in Fed. Army Serg't 12th Reg't Vt. Vols., served nine 
months; Deputy Collector of Customs. 

n. Eli Holbrook Gale, M.D., Aurora, 111. E. vy, 8 

Physician and Surgeon. 

r. Rev. Charles Clarke Harris, Lincoln, Neb. 2. iff. 7 

Clergyman P. E. Church; Chaplain of Neb. Senate and State Peni- 
tentiary ; Trustee of Neb. College. 

H. Richard Sill Holmes, Auburn, N. Y., /. S\. 10 

10 Grover St. 

A.M. Middlebury ; Manufacturer; Teacher of Classics, Poughkeep- 
sie, '63-64; Teacher of Latin at Clinton. N. Y, '64-65; Teacher of 
Classics, Auburn, N. V., '7i-'78; Sec. Auburn Wrought Bit and Iron 
Co.; Sec Clapp Wagon Co.; Director Clapp Manufacturing Co.; Prof, 
of Languages, Latin Summer School, Chautauqua, N. Y., 1880. 



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S. George Mallery,! Memphis, Tenn., 215 Main St. E, vv, 9 

Two years in college; Minute Clerk of Chancery Courts of Mem- 
phis for past fifteen years. 

77. David Kendall Simonds, Manchester, Vt. E. er. 7 

In 3rd Reg't Tenn. Vols., served one year; Editor of Newport, Vt., 
Express, '64-66; admitted to bar, '65; in 1869 edited St. Johnsbury. 
Vt., Times; Editor and Proprietor of Manchester yipwrwa/ since 1871 ; 
Town Clerk since '74; Postmaster since '75; Register in Insolvency 
since '78. 

Class of 1863. 

$. Franklin George Butterfield,! XX, va, 4 

Saxton's River, Vt. 
Left college in Junior year to enter Fed. Army; A.M. Hon. from 
Middlebury College; 2d Lieut, in 6th Reg't Vt. Vols ; promoted to 
1st Lieut., to Captain, to Lieut. -Col.; served three years; Special 
Agent for loth Census; Execution Clerk in Gov. Proctor's office, 1878; 
Judge Advocate Gen. of Vt.; Military rank of Brig.-Gen.; Supervisor 
of Census for Vermont, 1880. 

77. Peter Caldwell, Louisville, Ky. M. t. i 

Sup't of Reformatories. 

Z. Amos W. Hart,! Washington, D. C. E, gk. 5 

Druggist. 

H. *Henry Herbert,! Philadelphia, Pa. X0. ^v, 10 

Enlisted in Fed. Army while in college; Captain U. S. V. Died 
1864. 

M. Israel Kenton,! Frankford, Phila., Pa. E, vi, 4 

Two years in college; Clerk in Kensington National Bank. 

2. Albert Robbins Sabin,! Lake Forest, 111. 2. ax. 9 

Three years in college; A.M. Hon.; Teacher; in Fed. Army Capt. 
Comp. C, 9th Vt. Vols. ; Principal — Dearborn Sthool two years, New- 
bery School five years, Franklin School one year, Douglas School two 
years; Prof, of Latin in High School five years ; Principal of Lake 
Forest Academy two years ; Prof, of Latin at Lake Forest Univ. ; 
County Sup't of Schools in Lake Co., IlL 






MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 8 1 




n. Myron Lawrence Story, Washington, D. C, X&, y, 8 

II Grant Place. 

A.M. in course; LL.B. from Columbia Coll.; Lawyer; Prin. Clare- 
mont, N. H., Academy, 1864; Principal Examiner in U. S. Pension 
Office, Washington, D. C. 

K. *Ethan Allen Sturtevant, Middlebury, Vt. X©. y. 8 

Lawyer; LL..B. from Univ. Mich., '65. Died 1878. 




Class of 1864. 

n, James Kendrick Batchelder, Arlington, Vt. X0. <yTf, 10 

Lawyer; State Att*y, Bennington Co., Vt.; Presidential Elector in 
1880. 

B. Rev. Ezra Brainerd, Middlebury, Vt. /. 17. 7 

A.M. in course; Tutor in Middlebury College, '64-66; was gradu- 
ated from Andover TheoL Sem.; Prof, of Physics and Applied Math, 
in Middlebury College, since 1868. 

^. *Henry A. BuTLER,t Jamaica, Vt. E. ^f. 6 

One year in College; Merchant ; Postmaster a4 Jamaica, Vt. Died 
in Chicago, III., March 20, 1869. 

H, Amasa O. Gates,! Morrisville, Vt. P. ^r. 8 

Two years in college; Druggist; enlisted Junior year as 1st Serg't 
Comp. C, 17th Rcg't Vt. Vols. ; transferred to 26th Comp. Veteran Re- 
serve Corps ; served two years ; for two years Pres. of Vt. Pharmaceu- 
tical Assoc. 

n. Rev. George Robert White Scott, P. (pco. 7 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

A.M. in course; was graduated from Andover Theol. Sem.; Con- 
gregational Minister; Pastor of Con. Church, Newport, N. H.,*67-75; 
Con. Ch., Fitchburg, Mass. 1875- ; Member State Educational Board 
of New Hampshire ; Town Sup't of Schools and City Sup't of Schools 
and School Board; on the editorial staff of several religious news- 
papers. 





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MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 




H. Henry Dwight Smith,! Chicago, 111., E. aa. 4 

151 Randolph St. 

Paving Contractor. 

K. William Calvin Tilden, M.D., Washington, D. C /. oicd, 9 

Government Chemist ; Prof. Chemistry, Georgetown College. 

^. Eugene Wilber,! Lawrenceville, N. Y. /. iff. 7 

Did not graduate; enlisted in U. S. Vols. 

T. *JoHN Williamson,! Malone, N. Y. P. n^, 12 

Did not graduate ; enlisted in Comp. K, ist Vt. Cav., July, 1862; 
promoted to 1st Lieut. Died from wounds received in action, June, 
1864. 

77. Rev. William Henry Wolcott, X0. x^* i 

East Taunton, Mass. 

A.M. in course; was graduated from Union Theol. Seminary; Con- 
gregational Minister; Pastor at Wadham's Mills, N. Y., '7o-'73; Dud- 
ley, Mass., '73-80; East Taunton, '80- . 

E, *Ei)ward Nason Wood, U. S. N. XQ. r. 9 

Died in Santa Barbara, Cal., Oct loth, 1874; A.M. Hon., Middle- 
bury College. 




Class of 1865. 
//. *WiLLiAM Homer Burnett,! Kewanee, 111. XX, a, 6 

Was graduated from Wesley an Univ. 1865. Died at Cheyenne, 
Wy., Oct. 23rd, 1869, aged 24. 

/. MarquisDeLaFayetteCollister, Waseca, Minn. XO. o. 8 

A.M. from Middlebury ; Lawyer; Dist. Att*y six years; Att*y for 
Minn, and St. Louis K. K.; Trustee of Ind. School Dist, Waseca. 

■ 

H. *Irving Chauncey CoNKEY,f Orwcll, Vt. XX. tpy, 8 

One year in college. Died 1863. 

E. Bromley Henry Hawkins, Lawrenceville, N. Y. X&. S, 6 





MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 




^. William Allen Jenner, N. Y. City, 153 E. 56th St. D,. m. 2 

Lawyer. 

r. Rev. George Lyman Nims, Sullivan, N. H. Z. vi, 8 

//. *Charles Axtell Vorce, Crown Point, N. Y. /. ya. 9 

Lawyer; Principal of People's Academy, Morrisville, Vt., '65-'66. 
Died suddenly, June 2gth, 1871, aged 26. 

n. *JoHN Atkins Wilber, M.D., Lawrenceville, N. Y. X&. tc. 12 

Died 1878. 

4f. Riley E. Wright,! Baltimore, Md., X@. z. 4 

6s W. Fayette St. 

Left college during Soph, year to enter army; Capt. Comp. H, 15th 
Vt. Vols. ; Lawyer ; Counsel for several large corporations. 



C/ass of 1866. 
H, Thaddeus Miner Chapman, Middlebury, Vt. P. ?v. 3 

Merchant, firm T. M. Chapman & Co.; Commander Mt. Calvary 
Commandery, K. T. 

B. Royal Jerome EddV, M.D., Glens Falls, N. Y., X0. «. 3 

19 South St. 

Was graduated from Med. Department Vt. Univ.; Health Officer, 
Glens Falls, for five years; Coroner of Warren Co. 

/Z. Thomas Swift Ford, Columbia, Marion Co., Miss. /. yK. n 

Lawyer; elected to Miss. House of Reps., 1869; re-elected, 1871 ; 
elected Dist. Att'y, 1st Judicial Dist. of Miss., in 1875 ; appointed by 
Governor to 7th Dist, 1877; re-elected Dist. Att'y, 7th Dist., 1879. 



^, Samuel B. Green, Sheldon, Vt. 

Farmer. 



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iT. AzRO Barnes Shepard, Washington, X0. po. 12 

St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. 

Prin. Lawrenceville Acad., '69-*7o; Lawyer. 

B, Abner Smith, Chicago, 111., 15 Aldine Sq. E. an. 4 

Lawyer. 





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Class of 1868. 

B, Nelson Z. Graves, Philadelphia, Pa., JS. /ck. 2 

1925 N. 7th St. 

Merchant, firm of N. Z. Graves & Co., Varnishes and Japans. 

S. Joel Linsley,! Burlington, Vt. F,. vi, 9 

Two years in college; Merchant, Wholesale Lumber Dealer. 

/. Elmer E. Phillips, Waterbury, Conn. JE. ^a. 9 

A.M. from Middlebury; Teacher; in war on Fed. side, 14th Vt. 
Regt.; Prin. Eng. and Class. School, Waterbury. 

/. Hon. Oscar Delien Scott, Texarkana, Ark. X0. k. 3 

Lawyer; in war on Fed. side, Comp. F, 17th Vt. Vols.; served two 
years; lost a limb at Cold Harbor, Va., May 7th, 1864; Special Cir- 
cuit Judge in Miller Co., Ark.; County Alt'y for Columbia Co., Ark.; 
Local Att'y for St. L.. L M. & So. Ry. Co.; W.M. Texarkana Lodge, 
No. 341, F. & A. M.; Gr. Rep. from Gr. Ch. R. A. M. of Texas to Gr. 
Ch. of Arkansas. 

A. Albee Smith,! Minneapolis, Minn. £". dv. 3 

Two years in college; Lawyer. 




Class of 1869. 
B, Rev. John Williams Bradshaw, Rochester, Minn. JE. ?;i. 5 

A.M. in course; was graduated from Chicago Theol. Sem.; Cong. 
Minister; Pastor of Church, Batavia, 111., 1874-79, Rochester, Minn., 
1879- . 

77. Edward Willard Howe, Roxbury, Boston, M. aa. 4 

3 Dale Ave. 

Civil Engineer, City Hall, Boston; Ass't City Eng. since 1869. 

TT. Fred. D. Mussev, Columbus, O. JE. r. 4 

Journalist; was in a Vermont regiment during war; Private Secre- 
tary to Governor Foster, of Ohio. 





MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 



85 




/. Rev. Joseph Homer Parker, Peoria, 111. /. A. 2 

Cong. Minister; was Pastor at Vcrmontville, Mich., '73-'74; Pon- 
tiac, Mich., '74-76; Bay City, Mich., '76-*79; Peoria, 111., 1880- . 

A, Horace Frank White, Chicago, 111., 223 Ohio St. E. ^/i. 5 

Was graduated from Columbia Law School ; Lawyer ; in war on 
Fed. side, 14th Reg't Vt. Vols.; Secretary to Mayor of Chicago. 



Class of 1870. 



E. 6v. 3 



B, Hon. George Hodges Owen, Rutland, Vt. 

A.M. in course; now U. S. Consul to Messina, Italy. 

77. Marsh Olin Perkins, Windsor, Vt. ^. ^co, 5 

A,M. in course; Journalist; Prin. So. Woodstock Acad., *70-*7i; Prin. 
Windsor High School, '71-80; Editor Journal Company's Publica- 
tions, i88o~ . 

B, James Chipman Porter, Saratoga, N. Y., JE. y'^- '^ 

Cor. Circular and Spring Sts. 

Teacher of Music ; Organist and Pianist ; Teacher in Essex, Vt., 
Classical Seminary, '70-'72; Washington Ladies' Sem., Washington, 
Pa., '72-'8o; Teacher in Chicago, '8o-'8i; Temple Grove Seminary, 
Saratoga, 1881- . 




Class of 1871. 

/. Edward J. Davenport, Minneapolis, Minn., XX, €k. 2 

25 Eastman Ave. 
A.M.; Lawyer; Clerk 4th Dist. Court, Minn. 

n. Rev. Francis Brigham Denio, Bangor, Me. 2, at. 4 

A.M. from Middlebury College; was graduated at Andover Theol. 
Sem., 1877; Prof, of Greek in Bangor. Me., Theol. Sem. since 1879. 

jfiC. Arthur Wilder, St. Johnsbury, Vt. E. Xk, ii 

Hardware and Coal Merchant. 





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Class of 1872. 

4>. David J. Edwards,! Boston, Mass., X0. ^#c. 5 

176 Atlantic Ave. 

One year in college; Merchant. 

^. William Reynolds Page,! Rutland, Vt. /. ^X- 1 

Two years at Middlebary; was graduated from Harvard, '76; Clerk 
of Howe Scale Co. 

B, George Hopkins Remele, Newton, Mass. /. \iy. 9 

A.M. from Middlebury; LL.B. from Boston Univ.; Lawyer, 31 
Milk St., Boston. 

/. Hknrv Herbert Ross, Burlington, Vt. E. an. 5 

A.M. from Middlebury; Teacher; Tutor in Middlebury College, 
'74-75; Principal of Vergennes Graded School, '75-*8i ; Principal of 
Vt. Episcopal Inst , Burlington, *8i- . 

J. *Peter J. STARRjf Burlington, Iowa. £". f«. 2 

Died in 1874. 



Class of 1873. 
/. Rev. Charles Nelson Brainerd, Wallingford, Vt. Af. q»}. 7 

Cong. Minister. 



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Class of 1874. 



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77. Allen Grayer Conant, Salem, N. Y. 

Lawyer. 

/V. Hf.nrv Vilroy LuDLUM,t M.D., Cimarron, M. a. 9 

New Mexico. 

Three years in college ; was graduated from Med. Dept. Univ. of 
N. Y. ; U. S. Surgeon for seven years ; Surgeon for D. & R. G. R. R. 
and A. T. & S. F. R. R. Cos. 





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87 




4>. John Stewart McLennan.j Montreal, P. Q. M. X, 6 

Lawyer. 

B, A. Louis Miner, San Mateo, Cal. XG. d, 10 

Teacher; Prof. Nat. Sciences, ColL Inst., Portland, Oregon, 
'77-80 ; Prin. High School, San Mateo, 1880- . 

n. George M. Wright, Albany, N. Y., 136 State St. X&. A. 7 

Lawyer. 



C/ass of 1875. 
/. Rev. Lawrence Phelps, Barton, Vt. 

Congregational Minister; Pastor at Barton, Vt., 1878- . 

B, Charles Manley Wilds, Middlebury, Vt. 

Lawyer. 



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Class of 1876. 

B. Julian Willis Abernethy, Brooklyn, N. Y., XX. pa, 12 

438 Classon Ave. 
A.M. from Middlebury; Ph.D. from Yale; Tutor in Rhetoric and 
English Lit. at Middlebuiy College, 1 880; Prof. History and English 
Lit at Adelphi Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1881- . 

A. WiLLARD Rush Cray, Minneapolis, Minn., M. y'^* n 

48 S. 1 2th St. 
Lawyer. 

71. Edward Dana, Rutland, Vt. 

Lawyer. 

/Z. Edwin Harvey Eastman, Des Moines, Iowa, 

1 1 08 Pleasant St. 
Prof, of Latin and Math, at Callanan College, Des Moines. 

/, William Wheeler Gay, Springfield, Mass. 

I^awyer ; Town Clerk and Town Auditor of Malone, N. Y. ; Asst. 
Telegraph Ed. of Springfield ^4^MMVa», 1879; Telegraph Editor, 
since 1881. 



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Class of 1877. 
K, Will LeRoy Brett, M.D., Denver, Col. E. jn. 5 

House Physician at County Hosp., Denver, Col. 

il. Newcomb Harvey Munsill, Malone, N. Y. E. v€. 8 

Lawyer. 

^. Charles M. Prynne,! Springfield, Mass., E, Sco, 6 

98 Orleans St. 

Three years in college; A.M. Hon. Middlebury ; Journalist on 
staff of Springfield Republican since 1875. 

B, Willis Ira Twitchell, Windsor, Conn. £1. dK. 3 

Teacher; Principal of Windsor High School. 

/. Charles Bond Warner, M.D., Port Henry, N. Y. E. yS. 11 

Was graduated from Bellevue Med. College; Physician. 



Class of 1878. 
/. Don Phineas Hardy, Auburn, N. Y. E. tftf. 10 

Stock Farmer ; Pres. Teachers* Association, Central N. Y. 

T. Richard Herbert Smith,! New York City, ^ E, a, S 

309 W. 14th St. 

Was graduated from Columbia Law School ; Lawyer ; Ass't Coun- 
sel to Corporation of N. Y. City. 



Class of 1879. 



E. at. 9 




B, Edward Rankin Brainerd, New York City, 

9 Winthrop Place. 

Student at Union Theol. Seminary. 

S. John Bliss Brainerd,! M.D., St. Albans, Vt. i2. (p. 7 

Left Middlebury shortly after entrance, and entered the Harvard 
Med. School, where he graduated in Class of 1882. 





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89, 




r. DuGALD Stewart,! Middlebury, Vt. 

Three years in college. 

n, Frank Edward Whipple, M.D., Danby, Vt. 

Was graduated from Bellevue Med. Coll. 



n. y?, 4 



E. at. 9 



Class of 1 880. 

B. Henry Ripley Dorr, Springfield, Mass., X0: go, 6 

98 Orleans St. 

Journalist ; New England Editor Springfield Republican, 

m 

H. William Ripley Dorr, Appleton, Wis. E, pv. 12 

M. of S. from Norwich, Vt. Univ. ; Gen. Agt. Champion Horse 
Nail Co. 

n. John Coles Scofield, Middlebury, Vt. fl. tfS. 10 

Medical Student, Phila., Penn. 

S. William Henry Sheldon,! M.D., Middlebury, Vt. /. /?. 4 

Two years at college ; was graduated from Bellevue Med. Coll. ; 
Physician and Druggist. 



Class of 1 88 1. 

n. Harry Belknap Boice, Middlebury, Vt. 

Medical Student. 

n, Charles Sumner Murkland. 

Theological Student at Harvard. 

^. Frank H. Warner,! Cornwall, Vt. 
One year at college ; Teacher. 



E. iy, 8 



E. aco, 7 



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A. 




Class of 1882. 
Edwin Oliver,! New York City, no E. 22d St. 

Two years in college; Commission Merchant. 



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n. Samuel James Preston, Waltham, Vt. X0. a?. 9 

Principal High School, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

B. Carroll Baldwin Ross, Poultney, Vt. X0. e. i 

Medical Student. 

/. Frank Ardain Walker, Ludlow, Vt. E, s^. 3 
Law Student. 

Class of 1883. 

^. Benjamin Franklin Churchill, Vergennes, Vt. E- ?^. 6 

S. Stephen Miller Foote,! New Haven, Vt. XG, yco. 1 1 

One teiTO at college; now Cadet at West Point Military Acad. 

Z John Kellogg, Benson, Vt. A'0. ^% 8 

H. James Bernard O'Neill, Bristol, Vt. 2, id. i 
77. Charles Benj. Franklin Palmer, New Haven, Vt. A. a. 4 

E. Jesse Stearns, Lyme, N. H. -^T©. €X. 2 

Class of 1884. 

A. Clarence Rodney Piper, Ludlow, Vt. XX, k. ii 

J. Edwin Franklin Preston, Waltham, Vt. XS. xo. i 

A. George Allen Stewart, Middlebury, Vt. XO. io. 5 

Class of 1885. 

iV. Herbert Johnson Austin, Bellows Falls, Vt. X0. x^- i 

Z. Edward Gibson Jenks, Poultney, Vt. X0. St, 3 

r. Frederic Tomkins McLeod, Bangor, Me. X0. ir, 9 







AL.FHA Al.FHA< 



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A. n. 

r. NORMAN PORTER. 

Z. *THOMAS B. RUTHERFORD. 

A. A. 

JOHN BONNER. 

Hon. GUSTAVE A. BREAUX. 
♦WILLIAM N. BROWN. 

PERRY G. CHILDS. 
♦PHILIP O. HYATT. M. D. 

Hon. SAMUEL F. JONES. 

GILBERT B. LAWRENCE, M. D. 

LEWIS F. PELTON, M. D. 

ELBERT G. ROBERTS. 







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* Class of 1844, 

E. *Philip O. Hyatt, M.D.,t Ridgefield, Conn. P. r. 6 

Died July 7th, 1851. 

^. Gilbert Board Lawrence, M.D., P. a. 8 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y., 205 Grand St. 

Druggist; Graduate of N. Y. University Med. Coll. in 1852. 




Class of 1845. 
K, *WiLLiAM Newton Brown,! Oxford, Miss. P. /i. 10 

Two years in college; Planter in Miss., 1847-70; Sheep and Stock 
Raiser near San Antonio, Tex., '70-'8o. 

M. *Rev. Charles David Burritt,! Ithaca, N. Y. M. ;;. 2 

Minister M. £. Church and Teacher; Prest of Wesleyan Female 
ColL, Delaware, Ohio, 1853. Died May 7, 1856. 

B. Jonathan Goodier, Utica, N. Y. P. ao. 4 

Lumber Merchant. 

r. Hon. Frederick Mason Stone, Waltham, Mass. XQ. iB. i 

Two yrs. in coll. ; Banker ; State Representative and State Senator ; 
Bank Commissioner for nine years; Prest. Boston Safe Deposit & 
Trust Co.; Prest. Waltham Nat. Bank ; Treas. Waltham Savings Bank. 





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P. I. 2 

P.«.5 
P. Xtj, 1 1 

P. 70. 10 



C/aj^ 0/ 1846. 

« 

/I. John Bonner,! Montreal, P. Q.J 

/. Perry G. Childs, San Francisco, Cal. 

Broker in Mining Stocks. 

J. Francis Thomas Garretson, N. Y. City. 

Lawyer at 26 Broad St. 

P. Hon. John Binney Gould, Boston, Mass., 

63 Sears Building. 

M. E. Minister until 1862; Chaplain nth R. I. Vols., '62-63; *68- 
'78 U. S. Consul to Birmingham, Eng.; i878-'82 U. S. Consul to Mar- 
seilles, France. 

T. Lewis F. Pelton, M.D., Mt. Kisco, N. Y. P. f. 3 

M.D. N. V. State University ; Physician ; Surgeon Board of Enroll- 
ment, loth Dist. N. v., with rank of Assist. Surgeon; Coroner Co. 
of Westchester; Supervisor town of Bedford, N. Y., and Prcs. Bd. 
Education. 

n. Elbert G. Roberts, Litchfield, Conn. 

/. Edwin C. Rushmore, M.D., Hempstead, N. Y. 

Physician. 

B. Seth Loring Sprague, M.D., Norwich, Conn., 

28 Broadway. 

M.D., Harvard University; Physician; U. S. Examining Surgeon 
for Pensions at present time. 



p. r. 9 
E. VTC. 4 

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Class of 1847. 

H. Hon. Gustave Arvilien Breaux,! New Orleans, La., P. tt. 7 

5 Carondelet St. 

A,B. Norwich Univ. Vt.; LL.B. Harvard Law School, 1850; 
Lawyer ; Colonel 30th La. Regt ; in Confed. service from Feb., 1862, 
till close of war; State Senator in 1879; Member State Constitu- 
tional Convention in 1879. 



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/. Hon. Samuel Finley Jones,! Hartford, Conn., P. ^, ii 

192 Farmington Ave. 

Three years in coll.; Lawyer; Clerk of Superior and Supreme 
Courts for Hartford Co. for two years, and Judge of Criminal Court 
for two years ; Member of State Legislature two terms ; Counsel for 
defense in late *' Malley Trial " at New Haven, Conn. 

il. Edward Spalding Lippitt, Petaluma, Cal., E. vi, 4 

Cor. D and 6th Sts. 

A.M. Wesleyan; Lawyer; Prof. Math. Wesleyan Fem. Coll., 1848- 
*52; in same capacity with University of Pacific, San Jose, CaL, 
i862-*3 ; Trustee Napa Coll. Inst.. Napa, Cal.; Assist. Cily Solicitor, 
Cincinnati, i859-'6i ; City Atty., Petaluma, i875-'8i ; Atty. for San 
Francisco and North Pacific R. R. Co.; also for Sonoma Valley 
R. R. Co.; Director and Atty. for Mutual Relief Association, etc. 

J. Cornelius Wortendyke LaF. Morrow, P. (Ttf. 6 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 117 Macdonough St. 

A.M. Wesleyan Univ.; Woolen Manufacturer. 




Class of 1848. 
T. Abraham AvERV,f Boston, Mass., 44 Union Park. P. cpr. 7 

Three years in college; A. M. Wesleyan University; retired from 
business; formerly of the firm of Rand, Avery & Co., Printers and 
Publishers; has been Director and Trustee of several banks, Insur- 
ance Cos., Gas Cos. and Pres. of Manufacturing Cos. 

T. Jonathan Johnson,! Jeffersonville, Ind., P. yrj. n 

59 W. Chestnut St. 

Two years in coll.; A.M. Wesleyan Univ.; Druggist; Prof, of 
Math, in Ohio Wesleyan Female Coll., Cincinnati, Ohio, iS5i-'52; 
City Clerk and City Civil Engineer of Jeffersonville for thirteen years. 

E. Charles Wesley Remington,! New York City. E. kX. 6 

Formerly in Grain Business at 15 Stone St. 

n, •Daniel Wooster Stevens, Mt. Washington, Ohio. P, x^- i 

CapL 153d Ohio Regt., 1864; engaged in teaching for thirty years. 
Died June 23, 187S. 



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Class of 1849. 



B 



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E. ee. 2 



J. 



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*Rev. Joseph A. Bailey, Essex, Conn. 

Died May 11, 1873, in Carlsbad, Germany. 

/. *JOHN E. Bradshaw, Mechanicsville, N. Y. 
Died Oct. 2, 1850. 

n. James Thaddeus Fountain, Madison, N. J. 

A.M. Wesleyan Univ.; M.D. Univ. City, N. Y.; now Assist. Cashier 
Manufacturers' Natl. Bank, 64 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

B, *JoHN Catlin HoLABiRD,t Winchester, Conn. 

Died May 28, 1853, in California. 

* Rev. Jacob La Grange McKown, 

Roseville, Newark, N. J. 
D.D. Union Coll., 1870; Minister M. E. Church and Teacher; 
Principal Richmondville, N. Y., Acad., 1852 ; Principal Cooperstown 
Sem., 1854 ; Pastor of several churches. Died May 2d, 1879. 

James Avery Skilton,! Brooklyn, N. Y., X. xot. i 

465 Henry St. 

Two years at Wesleyan; Graduate Renns. Poly. Ins., Troy, N. Y., 
LL.B., Albany I^w School; Lawyer in Patent Cases; Office 115 
Broadway, New York City. 

r. Hon. Daniel Freeman Tompkins, Newark, N. J., XQ. xo[. i 

163 Wash. Ave. 
Two years in coll.; two years at Harvard Law School ; Student 
under Prof. Louis Agassiz in the Harvard Lake Superior Expedition, 
summer of 1848 ; admitted to the Bar May 19, 1849; Atty. and Coun- 
sellor at Law; admitted to practice in Supreme Court, of U.S., Dec. 
2ist, i860; Member New Jersey Legislature, 1854-55; Member 
Newark Bd. of Education, 1855-58; Judge of Appeal for the Revi- 
sion of Taxes, Newark, i856-'57; Trustee School Dist. No. I, Essex 
Co., N. J., 1869; Pres. Bd. Trustees Woodside Presb. Church, 1877- 
'79 ; Park Commissioner, Newark, 1867; one of the organizers of the 
Republican Party in the State of N. J. ; was a delegate, and made the 
first address at the first convention of the Rep. Party of the State of 
N. J., held at Trenton. N. J., 1857. 

Z. Isaac Newton Tourtellott,! Chicago, lU.J JS. vo, 8 






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Class of 1850. 

^. *Rev. Theophilus Bradbury Chandler, X0. X- i 

Middletown, Conn. 

Minister M. E. Church, i850-'52, at Thomaston, Conn.; 1852-3 at 
Haddam, Conn.; 1854-5 at Westville, Conn.; i859-'6o at Nauga- 
tuck, Conn.; 1 861- 2 at East Bridgeport, Conn. Died June 20, 1866. 

iV. *Thomas Lincoln Gould,! Nantasket, Mass. E. vx- 8 

Died Sept. 23, 1847. 

iT. ♦Rev. Thomas Benjamin Pearson, Otisville, N. Y. E, ft. 4 

M. E. Clergyman ; also a Teacher and Principal ; member of Troy 
conference. Died Nov. 6, 1857. 

E, William Samuel Strudwick,! M.D., E. pi, 12 

Hillsboro', N. C. 

One year in coll. ; Physician. 

B, Rev. John B. Van Petten, Fairfield, N. Y. O. Xa, 11 

A. M. Wesleyan ; Teacher ; entered Federal army as Chaplain ; 
promoted to Brig. Gen.; served during whole war; School Commis- 
sioner Petits Co., Mo.; Member of N. Y. State Senate, '68-69; Prin- 
cipal Fairfield, N. Y., Sem. for nine years; founded and conducted 
Sedalia, Mo., Sem. for six years; now Principal Fairfield, N. Y., Sem. 



Class of 1 85 1. 

-2. Ebenezer Treal Alling, Canon City, Colo. X©. o. 10 

Two years at Wesleyan; A.B. Brown University, class of 185 1 ; 
Hardware Merchant; Pres. and Proprietor Lagrange Female Semi- 
nary. Tenn., 1854-55; Covington Female Sem., Tenn., i856-'57; 
Anoka High School, Minn., i862-'63; now Trustee Denver Univ. 
Coll.; Pres. of Canon City and San Juan R. R. before its consolida- 
tion with the Ark. Valley R. R. 

N. William Rose Belding,! CarroUton, Ark. X0. 77. 2 

One year in coll.; Asst. Quartermaster in Iowa Regt., '62-64; has 
been Principal of CarroUton High School ; Asst. U. S. Revenue 






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Assessor and Deputy Collector; County Judge, County Assessor and 
U. S. Gauger ; now engaged in Farming. 

/. James Bayles Pearson, Montclair, N. J. E, o. 10 

A.M. Wesleyan; Vice-Pres. Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co. of Newark, 
N. J.; was Principal of Private Schools in East Hartford Ct., Flush- 
ing, L. I., N. Y. City, and of the High School of Fall River, Mass.; 
has held many local offices in Newark and Montclair, N. J. 



Class of 1852. 

Z. *Nathan D. Bangs, New York City. X0. <p. 7 

Asst. Ed. N, Y. World. Died Sept. 14, 1881. 

T, William Bibbins Hall,! Lima, N. Y.J E. o. 10 

/. Charles Talcott Ransom, Iowa City, la., 0. ko. 2 

812 College St. 

Lawyer; Mayor Iowa City in 1857 ; Local Atty. for Chicago, R. L 
and P. R. R. for many years, and for other R. Rs. at different times. 




C/ass of 1853. 

A. George Washington RiDER,f Salisbury, Md.J A. o. 10 

B, Hon. Julius Augustus Skiltoii, Mexico City, Mex. O. koo. 6 

No. 12 ist San Francisco St. 

AM. Wesleyan; B. N. S. Rcnns. Poly. Ins.; M.D., Physician and 
Surgeon ; also engaged in Mining Entcri)ri.scs ; in Federal service as 
Medical Director of Cavalry, Dj)!. of the South-west, at New Orleans; 
City Physician, Troy, N. Y., and member Board of Education of same ; 
late U. S. Consul General at Mexico City ; author of Reports made 
to Stale Dept., published in "Commercial Relations between the 
U. S. and Foreign Countries," iSyo-'yS. 





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Class of 1854. 

M. *GuRDON Gallup Bronson,! Rhinebeck, N. Y. X0. XX- i 

Two years in coll.; A.B. University of N. Y., 1854; Minister M. E. 
Charch. Died 1854. 

Tl. *Jacob Whitbeck Brown, Cooperstown, N. Y. E, a€, i 

Died Aug. 19, 1863, in Elmira, N. Y. 

S. John H. Collin, New Orleans, La.J K v. 10 

/. *WiLLiAM Henry Hollis, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1. e. i 

Teacher in Cooperstown Seminary, 1854-5; I-'ima Sem., i855-'6 ; 
Polytechnic Inst,, Brooklyn, i859-'6o; admitted to the Bar in i860; 
Depy. Collector Int. Rev. under Lincoln's administration. Died 
Feb. 7, i8di. 

B. Erasmus Darwin Leavitt, M.D., New York City, E. <pn. 7 

149 E. 51st St. 

A.M. Wesleyan; Physician and Surgeon; Principal Lovelaceville, 
K. T., Seminary, 1857; Principal Gt. Barrington, Mass., Academy, 
1858; member of First Territorial Council of Montana Territory. 

J. *Rev. William Ryson Mulford, Jr.,t E. kt, 2 

Van Beuren, 111. 

One year in coll.; M. E. Minister in Kane Co., 111.; enlisted as 
Private in Illinois Regt. in i86i. Died by starvation, July 7, 1864, 
in Andeisonville Military Prison. 

O. Rev. Wm Augustus Smith, D.D., Sycamore, III. XQ'J. A. n 

D.D. Gamt Biblical Inst. 1880; Minister M. £. Church ; Secretary 
Rock River Conf. since 1868; Delegate to General Conf. i876-'8o. 



Class of 1855. 

E, *James W. Clayton,! Baltimore, Md. A. xp^ i 

One year in coll.; for several years Chief Record Clerk in U. S. 
Senate; Clerk to Committees of U. S. Senate : Petition Clerk in 
Clerk's Office of the House of Representatives. Died March, 1880. 





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N. 




Andrew J. Coe, Meriden, Conn. 

Lawyer, 24 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

*Benjamin Augustus Hughes,! M.D., 2. XP^- i 

St. Vincent, W. I. 

One year in coll.; M.D. College of Surgeons, London, Eng., 1857; 
appointed Asst. Surgeon in Dr. Bokie's expedition up the "Niger"; 
contracted fever of the country, and died April, 1859, in Liverpool, 
Eng. 

H. Andrew Merwin, Orange, N. J., Hurlbut St. X0. a, 4 

Business — Auction Sales in N. Y. City, office 739-741 Broadway. 

B. Charles Candee Skilton, Brooklyn, N. Y., -K i. 9 

139 Bergen St. 

A.M. in course; Manufacturer. 

E. Rev. Edward Hyde True, Flushing, N. Y. 0. <po, 7 

A.M. Wesleyan; Clergyman P. E. Church: Chaplain of State Senate 
of Delaware, 1868 ; now Classical and Historical Master " N. Y. 
Latin School." 



Cldss of 1856. 

M. Rev. Austin Gardner,! Buckingham, Conn. X&. «. 6 

Two years in college; Congregational Clergyman ; Principal Normal 
Academy, Manchester, Conn., 1855-58 ; ordained to the Ministry 
Oct. 30, i860; at W. Granville, Mass., i86o-'67; Ludlow, Mass., 
1867-69 ; Canton Center, Conn., i869-*7*3; W. Suffield, Conn., 1873- 
'76 ; Buckingham, Conn., 1876- 

K. Samuel F. Jayne, Orange, N. J., -2. X- i 

Cor. Centre and Hurlbut Sts. 
Real Estate and Collection Agency, 273 W. 23d St., N. Y. City. 

A, John Alvin Putney, Memphis, Tenn. XR acf, 4 

A.B. Dartmouth Coll.; Lawyer. Died May 21, 1865. 

E. *SiDNEY Davis Stocking, New York City. E, ai. 5 

Died August, 1872. 





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Class of 1857. 

2, Daniel Delos Brewer,! Winnebago Agency, Minn. -E ^r. 8 

Two years in coll.; Fanner; Justice of the Peace and Town Super- 
visor, McPherson, Minn. 

B. Newell F. Nichols, Aurora, 111. E. kt. 2 

Lawyer; County School Comm., Kane Co., 111.; Atty. of Aurora 
City for several terms. 

/. *Charles Henry Sewall, New York City. JE. dv. 3 

Died Nov. 27, 1880. 



Class of 1858. 
77. Rev. AsHAEL Coe Eggleston, Bristol, Conn. F.. ov. 12 

A.M. in course; Clergyman Meth. Epis. Church; 1859-60 Coram 
and Fire Place; '61 Brooklyn, Nathan Bangs Ch.; '62 Janes Ch.; 
'63-5 Watertown and N. Watertown ; *66-*S Brooklyn, South Third 
St.; *69-'7i Hartford, First Ch.; '72-'4 Bridgeport, Washington Park 
Ch.; *75 Middletown ; '76 Agent of Wesleyan University ; '77-9 New 
Haven, Wesley Chapel and Chapel St.;' '80 New Haven, Chapel St.; 
'8i-'2 Bristol, Conn. 

/. George N. Falley, S. Evanston, 111. E. n. 7 

B, John Wm. Hoyt, Springfield, Mass. E, go, 6 

A, Charles Henry Stocking,! Montclair, N. J. E, \a, 1 1 

Three years in coll.; A.M. Wesleyan; Lumber Merchant; Prin- 
cipal Rhinebeck Academy, 18 59-1 864. 



Class of 1859. 

P. Rev. Frederick Shephard Barnum, £". go, 7 

Thompson ville, Conn. 
Presbyterian Minister. 








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z/. Walter Stevens Cushman, Asheville, N. C. E, a, 9 

Lawyer; now employed in a projected Manufacturing Enterprise; 
Acting Asst, Paymaster U. S. N. from Sept., 1862, to May, 1864; 
U. S. Commissioner. 

^. Joseph Lincoln Morse, Evanston, III. E. aa. 4 

Minister M. E. Church ; Instructor in Math. Falley Sem., Fulton, 
N. Y., i859-*6o ; Pastor M. E. Church, Auburn, Me., i86c>-*62 ; Prof. 
I^tin and Greek, Maine Wesleyan Sem. and Female College, Kent's 
Hill, Me., i862-*8i, and for ten years Vice-Pres. of this institution ; 
now Prof, of Latin and Greek Northwestern Univ., Evanston, III. 

A. *HoRACE VV. Parmenter, Worcester, Mass. £". nO. 12 

Died April 16, 1876. 



C/ass of 1 860. 

^\ Rev. Robert Lander Mathison, E. aco. i 

Poquetannock, Conn. 

A.M. Wesleyan; Clergyman P. E. Church; entered Ministry of 
M. E. Church in 1S61 ; stationed at Barkhamsted, Conn., i86i-'2 ; 
Vista, N. Y., iS62-'3; Cornwall, Conn., 1863-4; TurnbuU, Conn., 
i864-*6; Georgetown, Conn., i866-*8 ; Damariscotta, Mc, i868-*9; 
Old Town, Me., i869-'72 ; Burdctt, N. Y., 1872-3; Bridgeport. 
N. Y., i873-'5 ; in 1875 entered Ministry of P. E. Church; Rector 
St. James Church, Cleveland, N. Y., 1875-7 ; St. John's, Whitesboro', 
and St. Peter's, Onskany, N. Y., 1877 ; St. Paul's, Antwerp, N. Y., 
1877-80 ; St. James', Poquetannock, Conn., 1880- . 

N. *Seymour a. Smith, Middletown, Conn. E. v/J. 4 

Died Oct. 28, 1862. 

jT. Daniel Kimball Stetson,! Holliston, Mass. XQ. gffj. 7 

Nail and Tack Manufacturer. 

J. Rev. Wm. Tallman Worth,! Providence, R. I., E, ly. 6 

96 Atwells Ave. 

Three years in colL; A.M. Wesleyan ; Clergyman M. E. Church: 
Acushnet, Mass., 1861-2 ; Somerset, Mass., 1862-4 1 Sandwich, 





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i864-'6 ; Stafford Springs, Conn., i866-*9; Mystic Bridge, Conn., 
1869-72; Norwich. Conn., 1871-2; Pleasant Street Ch., New Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1872-5: Grace Ch., Taunton, Ma.ss., 1875-8; Willi- 
mantic, Conn., 1878-9; Fall River, Mass., First Church, i879-'82; 
Mathewson St. Ch., Providence, R. I., 1882- . 



Class of 1861. 

T. Rev. Nathaniel Lincoln Briggs, Phila. Pa., B. 6a. 3 

322 Richmond St. 

Clergyman P. E. Church ; Rector St. James' Ch., Oldtown, Me., 
1865 and '66 ; Asst. at Holy Trinity, Dr. S. H. Tyng, Rector, 1867; 
Rector Ch. of the Reconciliation, N. Y. City, 1868-70 ; Rector Christ 
Ch., Bridgeport, Conn., *70-*75 ; Rector Emmanuel Ch., Phila., '76- . 

N. Benjamin Sherwood Gurnee, Haverstraw, N. Y. JS. vfji, 9 

Farmer. 

*. Wilbur Fisk Piper,! Chicago, 111. E. aff. n 

Two years in coll.; Clerk in a U. S. Paymaster's Office, *6i-*69 ; for 
several years Reporter for a St. Louis, Mo., paper; now Journalist 
on staff Chicago Evening Journal. 

E. Daniel Warren Raymond, Middletown, Conn., E, ao. 4 

190 Main St. 

Shipping Clerk; four years in the Union service in late war; 
mustered out as 2d Lieut. 

E. Richard Seaman Williams, New York City, E. aff. i 

621 and 623 6th Ave. 
Manufacturer of Dentists' Supplies. 




Class of 1862. 

B. Henry Martin Blake, M.D., Monmouth, Me. P. A. 10 

A.M. Wesleyan ; M.D. Bellevue Hos. Med. Coll.; Physician; Trus- 
tee Maine Wesleyan Seminary and Female Coll., Kent's Hill, Me. 





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yi. Rev. John Merrill Caldwell, Chicago, 111., XX. r. 2 

238 Campbell Ave. 

A.M. in course; Clergyman M. E. Church: at Kennebunk, Me., 
'62-'65; Hallowell, Me., '65-'66; Dubuque, la., •66-'67; Principal 
Rock River Sen^., Mt. Morris, III, '67-69; Princeton, 111., '69-'7i ; 
Rockford, 111., '71-73; Joliet, IlL, '73-75; Chicago, '75-'8i ; Pre- 
siding Elder, '81-82; Private for three months in 2d Conn. Regt., 
Co. A. 

O. George Douglas Sargeant,! Lynn, Mass., S, vo, 8 

114 Broad St. 

Leather Manufacturer; Major in civil war. 

/. Rev. David H. SAWYER,f Friendship, Me. ' -^^ ^. 5 

Minister M. E. Church. 



Class of 1863. 

B, Charles Albert Barnard, Boston, Mass., M. f^y. 8 

18 Bowdoin St. 

Lawyer; Prof, of Ancient Languages, Albion College, Mich., 1863- 
'64; Bail Commissioner for county of Suffolk, Mass., 1 874-1882 ; 
Author of '* Forms for Complaints under chapter 344. Mass. Statutes 
of 1869," being a brief treatise upon criminal pleading under the Act 
entitled, ** An Act for the more effectual prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals ;" published 1878, in Boston by Mass., S. P. C. A. 

n. Rev. Wesley Dempster Chase, Herkimer, N. Y. E. a, 12 

Minister M. E. Church ; Chaplain 193d N. Y. Vols, in 1865. 

E, Mel VI N Roblee,! Mankato, Minn. E. <y. 3 

One term in coll.; General dealer in Nurseiy Stock. 

/. Rev. Alfred Augustus Wright, Lynn, Mass., M. yr}, n 

14 South St. 

A.M. in course ; Minister M. E. Church ; has held charges at 
Middletown, R. I.; Fall River, Mass.; Little Compton, R. I.; Fall 
River, Mass,; Newton, Mass.; Leominster, Mass.; Trinity Ch., Boston, 
Mass.; now Pastor South St. Church, Lynn. Mass.; Supt. of Instruc- 
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Class of 1864. 
2. *AsBURY Caldwell,! Portland, Me. 

Died Jan. 29, 1862, set. 24. 

B. Rev. Benjamin Whittemore Chase, Seaford, Del. E. Sk. 3 

Minister M. E. Church. 

/. Daniel Gould Harriman, Brooklyn, N. Y., E. a. i 

167 Madison St. 

Lawyer at 19 Park Place, N. Y. City; Teacher of Mental and Moral 
Science in Maine Wesleyan Sem., Kent's Hill, i864-'5. 

2. Stephen Augustus Snow, Scituate, Mass. E. <p. 7 

A.M. Wesleyan ; Principal High School, Scituate, Mass.; Editor 
South Shore Herald^ Scituate, Mass.; during summer months clerk at 
" Sea View House," Martha's Vineyard. 




Class of 1865. 

^. Edward Cutts, New Rochelle, N. Y. P. (Tk. 6 

Shipping and Commission Merchant, 130 Pearl St., N. Y. City. 

^. John R. Reynolds, Hartford, Ct. P. x^- i 

Civil Engineer. 

B. Rev. Elias Benjamin Sanford, Thomaston, Conn. X. t<r. 5 

A.M. in coarse; Congregational Clergyman — Cornwall, Conn., 
1869-71 ; Thomaston, Conn., 1879- ; Member Bd. of Education, 
Thomaston ; Editor of Th^ Working Church, New York, i874-'79 I 
regular contributor to the Sunday School TimeSf Christian Weekly^ 
the Christian at fVorh, etc. ; Author of *' New England Town System," 
published at Baltimore, 1875, press of J. H, Stickney. 

2. *Wilbur Fisk Sanford, M.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. X. x^- 8 

M.D.; Coll. Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y., 1867 ; practiced medi- 
cine in Brooklyn, 1868-76 ; in 1877 admitted to practice of Law, but 
returned shortly to the practice of former profession ; Lecturer on 
Medical Jurisprudence in Long Island College Hospital during Fall 
of 1880. Died Dec. 12, 1880. 





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Class of 1866. 



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L S' 10 




*Rev. Charles Prescott Mather, 

Center Junction, la. 

Minister M. E. Church ; Prin. Public School, Rockdale, Iowa, 
i869-*72 ; entered Ministry in 1875; Member of Upper Iowa Con- 
ference. Died Aug. 18, 1880. 

^. Henry Robie Morrill, Waterbury, Conn. ^- V- ' i 

A.M. Wesleyan ; Lawyer ; Principal Torrington High School and 
Supt. of Pub. Schools, Torrington, Conn., i869-*70 ; Judge of Pro- 
bate, Litchfield, Conn.; also Judge of the Waterbury City and Police 
Courts ; Member Bd. of Education, Waterbury. 



C/ass of 1867. 
S. John Henry Churchill,! M.D., Cross River, N. Y. O. cr. 6 

Two years in coll.; M.D. Harvard Univ.; Physician and Surgeon ; 
State Examiner for Middletown Insane Asylum; Med. Examiner for 
N. Y. Life Ins. Co. and Charter Oak Life Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn. 

//. John R. Farnum, Danbury, Conn. 2. xi'- 8 

Lawyer. 

Class of 1877. 

B. *George Henry Hammond, M.D., Portland, Ct. T. p. i 

M.D. Yale Med. Coll.; M.D. University City, N. Y., 1880; Junior 
Asst. Physician Bellevue Hospital, from March, 1880, till the time of 
his death, which occurred in N. Y. City, May 18, 1881. 

/. Rev. Isaac Harrison Whittier Wharff, /. n. 4 

Newport, Me. 

A.M. in course; Minister M. E. Church ; stationed at Lincoln, Me., 
i879-'8o; Forest City, Me., 1881 ; Newport, Me., 1882; Member 
East Maine Conference. 





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Class of 1878. 

^, Christian Dollner Bernsee,! Brooklyn, N. Y., /. aO, i 

210 Washington Ave. 

Three years in coll.; in Insurance Business, 54 William St., N. Y. 
City. 

N. Samuel Lapham Dollner,! Brooklyn, N. Y., /. vtf. 4 

259 Washington Ave. 
Three years in coll. ; Commission Merchant. 




Class of 1879. 
J5. Howard Perry, Washington, D. C. /. xi^- ^ 

Lawyer; now in Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C. 

2, Edmund French Sawyer,! Bradford, Pa. 7. yX, 9 

Director of Music in Public Schools, Bradford, Pa. 

/. Edwin Augustine White, Cohoes, N. Y. /. (T^. 10 

Lawyer. 



Class of 1880. 

B, Rev. Benjamin Francis Simon, P. kb. 2 

East Providence. R. I. 

Clergyman M. E. Church ; Member New England Southern Con- 
ference ; stationed at East Providence, R. I., since 1880. 

n, John Mott Smith, Peekskill, N. Y. E, k, 2 

Teacher in Westchester County Institute. 

A, William Milnes Stetson,! Phila., Pa. P. ner, 5 

1907 Mt. Vernon St. 
One year in colL ; Wholesale Druggist 





I08 WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY. 




N. Samuel Wilbur Stillwell,! Marlborough, N. Y. P. pn. 12 

Law Student. 

r. Rev. Walter Pierce Stoddard, Hockanum, Conn. P. kg, 6 

Minister M. E. Church ; Member New England Southern Con- 
ference ; now stationed at Hockanum, Conn. 

B. Richard Joseph Thompson,! M.D., . E. a. i 

Fall River, Mass., 33 Rock St. 

Three years in coll.; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1882 ; practicing Physician. 

B. Asa Hopson Wilcox, Meriden, Conn., P. x- 8 

127 South Colony St. 
Teacher; Prin. of Yalesville School, Yalesville, Conn., 1880-81. 

2. Charles Dayton Woods, Middletown, Conn. K v. 4 

B. Sc. Wesleyan ; Chemist. 




Class of 1 88 1. 

/. Lee Light Grumbine, Fredericksburg, Pa. E. €<x. 4 

Law Student. 

P. George Henry Richmond,! Northfield, Vt. X. vv. 4 

One year in coll. ; Editor and Publisher of TAi Northfield News 
since 1879, and of Tke Vermont Farmer since 1881. 

M. Andrew Mace Rollins,! Campello, Mass. XS. <y<y. 5 

n. James Buchanan Shaver, Plymouth, Pa, X0. acf. 6 

Law Student. 

I William Lang Somerset, Portland, Conn. A. q}, 7 

B, William Fletcher Van Loon, Wilkesbarre, Pa. E, (Tk. 6 
Ph.B.; Medical Student. 





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Cldss of 1882. 

^. Adolph Henry Eiswald,! Atlanta, Ga. 
^. Arthur Snow Eiswald,! Atlanta, Ga. 
77. *Charles R. Henshaw, Suffield, Conn. 

Died July, 1882, shortly after graduation. 



/. p. I 

/. n, 4 
^, ^. 8 



Class of 1883. 

M. Elmer Goodrich Derby,! Middletown, Conn. 
-^\ Clinton Kenney, Meriden, Conn., 117 Crown St. 
iV. Henry Nicols, St. Paul, Minn. 

Two years in coll.; in Hardware Business. 

T. Joseph Yendez Wheatley, Katonah, N. Y. 

Two years in coll. ; now studying Engineering. 



O. aa. I 

E, IK, 7 

E. yfi. 4 

E, aa, I 



Class of 1884. 

//. Stanley Woodward Davenport, Plymouth, Pa. X0. £r. 2 

r, William Roger Evans, Lakeville, Conn. XO. x^- i 

M. Wm. Oren HiLLMANjf St. Paul, Minn., X0. Go, 5 

Cor. Dale and Lincoln Sts. 

One and a half years in colL; Stenog^rapher. 

^. Fred. Merrick Shaw, Fall River, Mass. X0. nv, 12 




i«aM 






AiiFHA Eta, 



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A. e. 

r. ♦MARTIN J. LOVE, M. D. 
Z. SAMUEL C BIGELOW. 

A. H. 

*HoN. THOMAS A. D. FESSENDEN. 

Hon. CHARLES W. GODDARD. 
+FRANCIS P. HALE. 
♦ALFRED W. JOHNSON. 
♦JOHN McD. MORRILL. 

NATHANIEL P. RICHARDSON. 

CHARLES P. ROBERTS. 

FREDERICK D. SEWALL. 
♦LEONARD D. SHEPLEY. 

NATHANIEL G. WHITE. 

Rev. JOSHUA YOUNG. 








OWBOIN C0I.L.KGE, 



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Class of 1843. 

^, *James Merrill, Portland, Me. E. a. i 

Lawyer ; City Clerk of Portland ; Cashier Portland Savings Bank. 
Died Feb. 6, 1859. 



Class of 1844. 

H. Hon. Samuel Jameson Anderson, Portland, Me., M. €cr. 4 

94 Free St. 

A.M.; LL,B. from Dane Law School; Pres. Portland and Ogdens- 
burg R. R.; Alderman of city of Portland ; County Atty. for Cumber- 
land Co.; Member State Legislature; Surveyor of Port for Dists. of 
Portland and Falmouth; Pres. Portland Board of Trade. 

H. *Edmund Webster Flagg, Bangor, Me. M. la, 5 

Lawyer; Clerk Me. House of Rep., i849-*5o; U. S. Revenue In- 
spector. Died Jan. 18, 1873. 

H. Hon. Charles W. Goddard, Portland, Me., XX, noo. 5 

55 Free St. 

Lawyer; Teacher at Windham Comer, 1843-44; County Atty. 
for Androscoggin Co., i854-'57; State Senator, i858-*59; Pres. of 
Senate, 1859 ; Consul General of U. S. at Constantinople, i86i-'64 ; 
Chairman Com. on Assumption of Municipal War Debts, 1867 ; 
Justice of Superior Court of Cumberland Co., i868-*7i ; Post Master 
of Portland, 1871 ; Prof, of Medical Jurisprudence in Medical School 
of Bowdoin College, 1872 ; Commissioner to revise Public Laws of 
Maine, 1881-2. 





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*. *JoHN McDonald Morrill, XG. <Tp. 6 

Jackson, Madison Co., Tenn. 

Lawyer; Register in Land Office of Western Tenn.; CoL in 
Confed. service. Died at Jackson, Tenn., 1862. 

H. *George Freeman Noyes, Portland, Me. 2. vi, 9 

Lawyer and Unitarian Minister; served in Fed. Army on Gen. 
Doubleday's staflf and afterwards on Gen. Wadsworth's staff with rank 
of Captain ; after war was breveted Colonel ; wrote " Bivouac and the 
Battlefield/' published by Harpers, 1864 ; Counsel for Citizens' Asso- 
ciation of N. Y. City. Died Jan. 9, 1868, in N. Y. City. 




C/ass of 1845. 

H. *WiLLiAM LoRiNG AvERY, Mcchanicsburg, Penn. XG, ff6. 3 

Editor in Troy, Brooklyn, N. Y. and Belfast, Me. ; Clerk in U. S. 
Trea.s. Dep't and Census Bureau. Died March 17, 1879. 

2. Rev. George Wells Durrell, Somerville, Mass., A. Xr. 9 

Summer St. 

A.M.; Clergyman P. E. Church; was graduated from Alexandria 
Theological School; Rector St. Anne's Church, Calais, Me., 1850- 
*5i; Rector Grace Church, Bath, Me., for5y*rs; Rector Emmanuel 
Church, Somerville, Mass., 3 y'rs ; Rector St. Thomas' Church, 
Somerville, Mass., 13 y'rs ; Sec. of Episcopal Board of Missions, Me.; 
Delegate for twelve y'rs to General Convention ; Member of School 
Board at Somerville, Mass., fornineteen y'rs; published Sermons and 
Addresses. 

jT. *Hon. Thomas Amory Deblois Fessenden, E. n, 12 

Auburn, Me. 

Lawyer ; Member State Legislature ; Represeniative in Congress. 
Died 1868. 

*S. *Francis Pickard Hale, Boston, Mass., X&, <rA. 6 

Charlestown Dist., No. 41 Laurel St. 
Solicitor of Patents. Died September 16, 1876. 





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P. •Hon. Alfred Waldo Johnson, Belfast, Me. X0. tpo. 7 

Lawyer ; Member State Leg., 1853-54 ; Pres, Bank of Commerce, 
Belfast, Me.; Member Board of Overseers of Bowdoin College. Died 
in Boston, Nov. ii, 1869. 

*. Nathaniel Putnam Richardson, Geneva, N. Y. X&. Ky. 1 1 

A.M. 

B. Charles Phelps Roberts, Boston, Mass., XQ. (Xk. 5 

8 Ashburton Place. 

LL.B.; Journalist; Ed. Bangor Daily Mercury, i850-*54; Ed. 
Baoigor Daily Journal, 1854-58; Ed. Bangor Daily Times, 1 858-^62 ; 
Superintendent Public Schools of Bangor, Me., 1863-76. 

//. *William Henry Seavey, Boston, Mass. A. t/^a. 8 

Teacher in Litchfield and Hallowell, Me., and Germantown, Penn. ; 
Master Eliot Grammar School, Boston, i856-'58; Master Girls' High 
School, Boston. Died at Boston, 1868. 

/. Nathaniel Oilman White, Lawrence, Mass., E. SS. 3 

34 Lawrence St. 

Lawyer ; Alderman city of Lawrence ; Director of four different 
R. Rs.; Director of National Bank; Trustee of Savings Bank ; for 
past ten years Pres. Boston and Maine R. R. 

Z. Rev. Joshua Young, Groton, Mass. X0. acp, 4 

Unitarian Minister; Pastor at Boston, i84(>-'53; Pastor at Burling- 
ton, Vt., 1853-63 ; Chaplain, U. S. A.; Pastor at Hingham, Mass., 
i864-*69; Pastor at Fall River, Mass., i869-'75 ; Pastor at Groton, 
Mass., 1875- . 



Class of 1846. 

*. *Charles Moody Chamberlain, San Francisco, Cal. P. XP^- ' 

Lawyer. Died at Virginia City, Nev., 1862. 

T. Frederick Dummer Sew all, Batb, Me. X0. nB. 12 

A.M.; Lawyer ; Asst. Adjutant Gen. U. S. Vols.; Col. igth Reg't 
Maine Vols. ; Breveted Brig.-C^n. ; served six years ; now Supervisor 
of Internal Revenue. 





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BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 





N, *Leonard Downes Shepley, Portland, Me. X0. St. lo 

Accountant ; Sec. Portland Water Company from its organization 
till his death, which occurred Dec. 30, 1878. 

//. *Rev. Perez Southworth, Winthrop, Me. X0. yX. 9 

Died in the South in 1849. 

77. Rev. Edwin Bonaparte Webb, Boston Mass., X0. Xy, 11 

638 Tremont St. 

D.D. from Williams College ; S. T. D. 1877 ; Congregational 
Minister, ordained at Augusta, Me., 1850; installed at Boston in 
Shawmut Church, Oct. 5, i860; served on Christian Commission dur- 
ing war ; Trustee of Bowdoin College. 

C/ass of 1847. 
J. *Charles Woodbury Barrett, Portland, Me. XX. vfi. 4 

A.M.; Civil Engineer, employed on A. and St. L. R. R., on Grand 
Trunk R. R., and in the West. Died at Portland, Me., 1866. 

^. *Samuel Archer Eveleth, XX. Xp. n 

Windham, Cumberland Co., Me. 

A.M. ; School Commissioner; Principal of Academy at Patten, Me., 
1 849-' 50; also Principal of various^ High Schools. Died April 1st, 
1856, at Windham, Me. 

/. Hon. William Colburn Marshall, Belfast, Me. XX. npi, 5 

Ex-Mayor of Belfast ; Ex-Member Board of Overseers of Bowdoin 
College ; Collector of Customs for Dist. of Belfast. 

TI. Joseph T. Nason,! Kennebunk, Me. A, rjS. 10 

Two years in coll. ; retired Sea Captain ; School Commissioner of 
Kennebunk, Me. 

Class of 1848. 
K' Henry Edward Eastman, Framingham, Mass. P. cA. 6 

Merchant ; Town Clerk and Selectman ; Representative in General 
Court ; Trustee and Sec. Adams' Female Academy, Derry, N. H. 






BOWDOIN COLLEGE. II7 

P. George Albert Fairfield, Washington, D. C. X0, iff, 5 

A.M.; Asst. in U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

/. Charles S. D. Fessenden, M.D., X&. a, i 

Bedloe's Island, N. Y. Harbor. 
Was graduated from Maine Medical School ; Surgeon U. S. 
Marines ; Hospital service. 

3. *Hon. Thomas Henry Marshall,! Belfast, Me. P. XP- i 

Was two years in college ; Merchant ; Rep. Maine Legislature two 
years; Senator and Prest. Senate of Me., i859-'6o; served in Fed. 
army ; raised and became Captain of a Company ; promoted to Maj. 
4th Reg't Maine Vols.; promoted to Colonel 7th Reg't Maine Vols.; 
stationed at Baltimore, Md., where he died of typhoid fever, 1861. 

B. Rev. William Chauncey Pond, XX. pjji. 12 

San Francisco, Cal., 940 Capp St. 

Congregational Minister; Superintendent of Schools, Sierra Co., 
Cal.; on Editorial Staff of Pacific ; Pastor in San Francisco, i853-*55 ; 
Pastor in Downieville, Cal., 1855-65 ; Pastor in Petaluma, Cal., 1865- 
*68 ; Pastor in Third Congregational Church, San Francisco, 1868- 
'72; Financial Agent of Pacific Theological Sem., 1872-74; Pastor 
Bethany Church, San Francisco, 1874- . 

^: *JoHN HoDGKiNS ROGERS, Bath, Me. XX. aO. 1 

A.M.; Lawyer. Died at Bath, July, 1861. 

E. *Benjamin Shurtleff Savage, Quincey, 111. XQ. /?. 4 

Law Student. Died Oct. n, 1851. 

77. *WiLLiAM TiTCOMB, Kennebunk, Me. X©. x^- 8 

Ship Builder. Died Aug. 11, 1851. 

Class of 1849. 
H, *Hon. Orville Jennings, Washington, Ark. O.v.w 

Lawyer ; Judge of County Court: Died at Washington, Ark., 1866. 

^. Hon. Robert Waterston Lord,! Kennebunk, Me. X&. 7. 10 

Was two y'rs in college ; Cotton Manufacturer ; held Local Offices, 
and for four years Member Maine Legislature ; Director Ocean 






Il8 BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 

National Bank of Kennebunk, and Trastee of Kennebunk Savings 
Bank. 

B, George Leland Richardson, Bath, Maine. X0. A. n 

r. Hon. George H. Wakefield,! South Berwick, Me. X0. /?. 4 

Was two years in college; State Senator, i88o-'82 ; Dist. Dept 
Grand Master for 19th Masonic Dist 

M. Joseph Williamson, Belfast, Me. P. kk, 6 

A.M.; Lawyer; Judge Police Court, Belfast, 1853-60; Author of 
•* History of Belfast from 1770 to 1875." 




C/ass of 185a 
S. John Pickens Abbott, U. S. Navy. /. Sv. 3 

W. Samuel Little Hodgman, Boston, Mass. O. <s, 3 

Z. *Freeland Salmon Holmes, M.D., Foxcroft, Me. X0. ^<r. i 

Brigade Surgeon 6th Reg't Me. Vols. Died July 23d, 1863, 

TI. *Rev. Daniel Cony Ingraham, Augusta, Me. X0. oo, 6 

Episcopal Clergyman ; Rector at Saco, Me.; Rector at Lewiston, 
Me. Died Nov. 23d, i860. 

^. Rev. Abner Morrill, Painted Post, N. V. X0. <p. 10 

AM.; Baptist Minister; Tutor in West Tenn. College, 1852-54; 
Principal Read Temperance Academy, Jackson, Tenn. 1854-55; 
Principal Bolivar Male Academy, Bolivar, Tenn., 1855-57 \ Principal 
Bolivar Female Acad., 1878-79; Pastor at Farmington, Me., 1859- 
'62 ; Pastor at Turner, Me., 1862-64; Pastor at Mechanic Falls. 
Me., i864-'65 ; Pastor at Warsaw, N. Y., i865-'68 ; Pastor at Arcade, 
N. Y., i868-'74; Pastor at Trewsburg, N. Y., 1874-75; Pastor at 
Painted Post, N. Y., 1875-81 ; School Commissioner 2d Assembly 
Dist, Steuben Co., N. Y., 1881- . 

J. *Thomas Robinson Smith, Bath, Me. X0. ^<y. 8 

Lawyer; taught in Tenn. several years. Died 1872, in Memphis, 
Tenn. 




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H. George Howe Vose, Oakland, Cal. 

A.M.; Fanner. 



119 




XG. V, 5 




Class of 185 1. 

r, Joseph Palmer Fessenden, Salem, Mass., X&, 7. 4 

128 Washington St. 

Common Councilman and Alderman of Lewiston, Me.; U. S. 
Medical Examiner for Pensions ; on Staff of Salem Hospital ; Post 
Master of Lewiston, Me., 1865; Supervisor of Schools, Salem, Mass. 

-B. Hon. John Samuel Hatch Frink, /. va, 9 

Portsmouth, N. H. 

Lawyer; Atty. for Rockingham Co.; appointed Associate Justice 
State Supreme Court, 1873, but declined the office. 

H^ *Elias Osgood Libbey, Boston, Mass. XX. X- 8 

Died 1861. 

H, Charles Wentworth Roberts, Bangor, Me., O. o. i 

88 State St. 

A.M.; Retired Merchant ; for two years Col. 2d Regt. Me. Vols.; 
Brev. Brig. Gen.; with Army of Potomac in both battles of Bull Run ; 
Dem. Candidate fof State Gov. in 1870 and 1875 ; Manager Home 
for Disabled Vol. Soldiers ; formerly Cashier Eastern Bank, Bangor, 
and City Alderman. 

A. Hon. Elbridge Augustus Thompson,! M.D., XX a. 10 

Dover, Me. 

Entered college junior year; Surgeon 12th Regt. Me. Vols.; Chair- 
man Dover Board of Selectmen ; Rep. in. Me. Legislature for two 
years ; Member of Governor's Counsel ; Ass't Surgeon General of Me. 
for two years ; Pres. Piscataquis Savings Bank ; Pres. Fire Ins. Co. ; 
Trustee of Reform School for Boys, 1880- 

/: *Henry Willis, Portland, Me. XX. /i. 1 2 

Lawyer ; U. S. Pension Agent in Portland, Me. Died 1868. 





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Class of 185^. 

B, James Deering Fessenden, Portland, Me., X0. vff. 3 

106 State St. 

Lawyer ; Brig, and Brevet Maj.-Gen. in U. S. V.; Register in 
Bankruptcy. 

^. Nathaniel C. Goodenow, Farmington, Me.J OK. 5 

S. *Albion Quincy Randall, Richmond, Me. /. y^- " 

Teacher ; Principal Yarmouth Academy ; Principal Richmond 
High School. Died 1877 in Richmond, Me. 

B, Henry Stone, N. Y. City, 80 Washington Sq. X0. va. 8 

A.M. ; Journalist ; Lieut. -Col., Brevet Col. in U. 8. A.; Brevet Ass*t 
Adjutant Gen. in Army of Cumberland ; Commissioner of Metropoli- 
tan Police ; formerly Judge of Municipal Court of Nashville, Tenn. ; 
Contributor to North American Review ^ LippincotVs and other 
periodicals. 

E, George Harward Theobald, M.D., X0. ki. 6 

Richmond, Me. 

Ship Builder; Pres. Richmond National Bank. 






Class of 1853. 

77. William Paley Drew, Philadelphia, Penn., X0. go. 7 

1 708 Wallace St. 

A.M.; National Bank Examiner; Prof, of Ancient Languages in 
Tuft's College, i854-'57 ; Ed. of Worcester's 4to Dictionary, i860; 
Sec. of Gov. of Me., i86i-'63; Clerk in War Dep't, i864-'72. 

P. Hon. Melville Weston Fuller, Chicago, III., 1. etc, 2 

3600 Lake Ave. 

A.M.; Lawyer; Member Constitutional Convention, 1862; Mem- 
ber IlL House of Rep., 1863 ; Overseer of Bowdoin College. 

7. *George Stone Kimball,! Brunswick, Me. /. ^t^. 9 

Capt. U. S. V. Killed in action at Aldie, Va., 1863. 





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Class of 1854. 

S. * Joseph Melcher Alexander,! Richmond, Me. /. «. 3 

B. *Rev. George Washington Bartlett, X0. \^. 9 

South Litchfield, Me. 
Was graduated at Harvard Divinity School ; Unitarian Minister; 
Pastor of Church, Augusta, Me., 1858 ; Chaplain 14th Me. Reg't, 
1864, and in ist Me. Cav. Killed near Richmond, Va., 1864. 

Z. *Harrison Gray, Danvers, Mass. /2. ^. i 

A.M.; Lawyer. Died Feb. 13, 1S78. 

/. Edwin Sewall Lennox, M.D., Newcastle, Me.J X0. tfq, 10 

^. Henry Nettleton Merrill,! Haverhill Mass., X0. f. 4 

I Lincoln Ave. 

Was three years in college; Lawyer; City Solicitor. 

77. Hon. John Owen Robinson, Thomaston, Me. M. ;r. 12 

A.M.; Lawyer; Rep. in Me. Legislature, 1880; County Att'y, 



r. 



i88i-'82. 

*Hon. Joseph Emerson Smith, Chicago, 111. 




X0. p. 2 

A.M.; Lawyer; Delegate to Dem. National Convention, 1864; 
Jury Commissioner for Federal Courts, 111. Dist; Collector of Cus- 
toms at Wiscasset, Me.; State Senator, Me.; Rep. in 111. Legislature: 
Author of "Oakbridge." Died at Chicago, June i6th, 1881. 

^. *Hon. Samuel Emerson Smith, Jr.,f Wiscasset, Me. M. ^. i 

Graduated from Harvard Univ., 1854 ; County Treas.; State Sena- 
tor. Died Jan. 21st, 1881. 

^. Henry K. Turner,! Whitefield, Me.J /. «. 5 

77. *Nathaniel McClellan Whitmore, X0. (p, 10 

Gardiner, Me. 
Lawyer; Chairman City School Comm., 1870. Died 1871. 

H. Hon. Henry Clay Wood, U. S. A., N. Y. City, O. (pK. 7 

Army Building, cor. Houston and Grand Sts. 

Lawyer; Sec. of State of Me,, i854-'56 ; Maj. and Aid de Camp 
Me. Militia; admitted to Bar in Me. and Oregon; Maj. and Ass't 





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Adj. Gen. U. S. A.; Brevet Col. and Maj. Gen. U. S. A.; Author and 
Compiler of ''Status of Young Joseph and his band of Nez-Perc6 
Indians, under treaties between U. S. and Nez-Perc^ Indians, and 
Indian Title to Lands;" since 1876 in Dept of the Columbia, Port- 
land, Or^on. 




Class of 1855. 
H. •Samuel Roland Crocker, Boston, Mass. X0. a, i 

Lawyer and Journalist; Quarter-master Sergeant 23d Me. Reg't; 
Translated Figuer's *' To-morrow of Death; " Flammarion's "Stories 
of Infinity " and Geo. Sands* ** My Sister Jeannie," 1873-74, Pub- 
lished by Roberts Bros., Boston; compiled Index Bancroft's Histories 
of U. S. and Index to Plutarch's Lives, both published by Little, 
Brown & Co., Boston, Mass.; Managing Ed. Commercial Bulletin^ 
Boston, 1864-70 ; Editor and Founder of Literary World. Died in 
Boston, Aug. 22d, 1878. 

^. William Howard Fessenden,! Riverside, Cal. X0. 17!. 10 

Was two years in college ; Lawyer. 



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XO. vo. 4 



<P. John Lathrop Hunter, Gardiner, Me.J 

H. Dudley S. Jones,! Ellsworth, Me J 

/T. William Le Baron Putnam, Portland, Me., XQ, it, 7 

166 State St. 

A.M.; Lawyer; Mayor of Portland. 

B, *Charles Edwin Shaw, Portland, Me. X©. v. 8 

Entered college Sophomore year ; Merchant; Lieut. Col. 25th Reg*t 
Me. Vols. Died 1876. 

r. *JoHN Frothingham Tinkham, New Orleans, La. X©. k. 2 

Lawyer. Died 1858. 

/. Hon. Gardner Chandler Vose, Augusta, Me., XQ. er. 2 

65 State St. 

LL.B.; Lawyer; Rep. in Me. Legislature; Att'y for several Banks 
and R. Rs. 





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Class of 1856. 
^. * J AMES Francis Miller, Portland, Me. X&. i. 7 

Lawyer ; Adjutant with rank of Capt. in Gulf Dep't, 1862-64; Act- 
ing Mayor of New Orleans during late war. Died Dec, 1873. 



E. Hon. Albert Smith Rice, Rockland, Me. jl^. k, 2 

A.M. honorary from Bowdoin College ; Register of Probate, 1861- 
'65 ; County Att'y, i869-*75; Rep. in State Legislature, 1879. 

Z. *George Robinson, New Orleans, La. X0. «. 2 

A.M.; Teacher, Augusta, Me., 1856; Prof. Modem Languages, 
Jefiferson Coll., La., i86i-'62 ; Chief of New Orleans Street Bureau, 
1862 ; State Librarian of La., i863-'64; in U. S. Revenue Service. 
Died June 21st, 1867. 

B, *Charles Henry True, Vermillion, Dak. Ter. 2. ap, i 

Died 1875. 



H. *George Sidney Whitmore, Brunswick, Me. 
Died 1861. 



/. (poo. 7 



2, George Ralph Williamson, N. Y. City. XQ. 7. 10 

A.M. and LL.B.; formerly connected with Mutual Union Tele- 
graph Co. and U. S. Telephone Co.; now Treas. U. S. Electric Light- 
ing Co., 120 Broadway. 




Class of 1857. 

B, William Henry Anderson, Portland, Me., X0. W. 9 

154 High St. 

Paymaster U. S. N. ten years; Treas. P. & O. R. R., i872-'76 ; 
now Gen'l Ag't N. Y. Life Insurance Co. 

J. Rev. Walter Enoch Darling, Fannington, N. H. £ XP- 1 

Congregational Minister ; Pastor Dover, Me., 1862-63 ; Pastor 
ftennebunk, Me., i866-'76; Pastor Farmington, N. H., 1877- . 





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/. *JoHN Barrett Hubbard, New York City. A. \o. ii 

A.M.; Lawyer; Lieut, and Asst. Adjutant Gen. U. S. A., on staff 
Gen. WeitzeL Killed in action at Port Hudson, May 27, 1863. 

r. Thomas Hamilton Hubbard, N. Y. City, /. A^. 2 

16 W. 58th St. 

A.M.; Lawyer; Col. and Bvt. Brig. Gen. U. S. V.; Overseer of 
Bowdoin College. 

£ Malcolm McIntire, Owensboro', Kentucky. ^. n. 5 

A.M.; Teacher, Westbrook, Me., 1855-56; Teacher, Parsonfield, 
Me., 1857-58; Teacher, Owensboro', Ky., i858-'63"; Teacher, Hart- 
ford, Ky., 1874-80; now Deputy Collector U. S. Internal Revenue. 

//. Edward Bagley Merrill, N. Y. City, X©. yy, u 

56 Wall Street. 
A.M.; Lawyer. 

-2. *Charles Henry Reynolds, M.D., Turner, Me. X0. ff. 2 

A.M.; Examining Surgeon in war. Died 1877. 

3. Edward K. Sampson,! Boston, Mass., X0. <y?. 6 

/ 22 Bowdoin St. 



Z. Leonard O. Wheeler,! New York City.J 



Xa 66, 3 




Class of 1858. 
B. Isaac Adams, Jr., M.D., Boston, Mass. JE. v. 3 

Practising Physician. 
2. Alexander Stuart Bradley, Hyde Park, 111. -2. \, 6 

lawyer ; Register in Bankruptcy, Nashville, Tenn., i867-'72. 

H, *RoBERT Bradley,! Chicago, Ill.J E. vri. 4 

Merchant. 

r, *Samuel Ayer Bradley, Fulton, 111. -2. k, 5 

A.M.; connected with Fulton Union College, IlL Died 1874. 





BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 1 25 





2. George Adams Bright,! M.D., Bangor, Me., E. ko. 2 

52 3d St. 

Was three years in college ; Surgeon in U. S. N. 

T, Hon. Francis Fessenden, Portland, Me., E, i. 7 

73 Deering St. 

Retired Lawyer; Capt. U. S. A.; Col. 25th and 30th Me. Reg'ts; 
Brig. Gen. and Maj. Gen. U. S. V.; Brig, and Brevet Maj. Gen. 
U. S. A.; Director P. & O. R. R ; Director Central National Bank; 
Mayor of Portland, 1876; Overseer of Bowdoin College. 

S. George Frederick Granger,! Calais, Me., E. 6k. 3 

Lafayette St. 

Lawyer; one year at Bowdoin College ; one year at Harvard Univ.; 
Col. and Bvt. Brig. Gen. Me. Vols.; Military Gov. of Raleigh, N. C, 
commanding 2d Div. loth Army Corps ; Pres. Common Council of 
Calais. 

Z. Horace M. Jordan,! Boston, Mass., 31 State St. E, u 9 

Was in college two and one half years; Journalist; Ass't Ed. 
Boston Traveller. 

Class of 1859. 
2. Alfred Mitchell, M.D., Brunswick, Me. XX Xy- 9 

A.M.; Practising Physician; Ass't Sui^. gth Reg*t Me. Vols.; 
Prof, of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Med. 
School of 111.; on Consulting Staff Me. General Hospital; Overseer 
of Bowdoin College. 

T. *Francis Bartlett Smith,! Deering, Me. E, tf, 10 

Telegraph Contractor; Pres. Portland and Oxford Central R. R. 
Died July 23d, 1879. 

Class of i860. 

P. Albert Williams Bradbury, San Francisco, Cal., E, v. 3 

630 Commercial St. 

Lawyer; Capt. ist Me. Battery ; Maj. ist Me. Artillery; Bvt. 
Lieut. CoL; Chief of Artillery 19th Army Corps and Army of Shenan- 




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doah; Aid de Camp of Gen. commanding State Militia; for a short 
time Ed. of Eastern Argus, Portland, Me. 

E, Lemuel Grosvenor Downes, Calais, Me. A. \i. 9 

A.M.; Lawyer; Member Gov. Council of Me., 1874- 75 ; Mayor, 
Calais, 1876; Delegate to Rep. National Convention, 1880; Pres. 
Calais {National Bank; Director St. Croix Cotton Mills; Director and 
Trustee St Croix and Penobscot R. R. 

B. Simeon Adams Evans, M.D., Conway, N. H. E pp. 12 

Practising Physician ; Hospital Surg. 13th Regt. Me. Vols.; Ass't 
Surg. 14th Reg. Me. Vols. 

^. ^ *W. A. Garnsey, New York City. E. dtj. 3 

Capt. U. S. V. Died in New York City, Oct. 20. 1875. 

*JoHN W. Greene, Pittsfield, N. H.J: 



Z. 



XG, i/^rf, 8 




*WiLLiAM Dudley Haley, Bath, Me. E, jt^, 5 

A.M.; Real Estate; Asst. Quar. Gen. 3d Reg*! Me. Vols.; con- 
nected with Bath Custom House. Died 1880. 

^. Frederick Augustus Kendall, Cleveland, O., 2. Xgo. 9 

768 Harkness Ave. 

A.M.; Capt. 4th N. H. Vols.; Capt. 8th R^t U. S. Heavy Artillery 
for five years; Prof, of Military Science and Tactics, Brooks' Military 
Academy, i876-*79; Col. and Aid de Camp to Gov. of O., 1877- 7c>. 

/. Hon. Charles Edwin Morrill, Deering, Me. E, kk, 6 

Manufacturer; Rep. in State Legislature. 

//. James N. North, Jr., M.D., Augusta, Me. E. ktj. 2 

Farmer and Stock Breeder; Col. 107th U. S. I.; Practising Physi- 
cian from 1863-65 ; City Physician in Gardiner and Augusta, Me.; 
Alderman of Augusta ; Sec. and Treas. Me. Dairymen's Association; 
Trustee Kennebeck Agricultural Society ; Director and Treasurer 
Gas Light Co. 

H. Hon. Thomas Brackett Reed, Portland, Me , M. r. 10 

817 Congress St. 

Lawyer ; Asst. in Portland High School, i86o-'6i ; Pay-master U. 
S. N, 1864-65; Member State House Rep., 1868- 6g; Member 





BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 12/ 





State Senate, 1870; Att'y General of Me., i870-*72; City Solicitor 
Portland, Me., 1874-76 ; Member 45th, 46th and 47th U. S. Congress. 



Class of 1861. 
^, *James Ware Bradbury, Jr., Augusta, Me. A. q)^, 7 

Lawyer; U. S. Commissioner in Me.; City Solicitor of Augusta; 
Att'y for Portland, Kennebeck and Me. Central R. R. Died Sept 
21, 1876. 

X, *Samuel Fessenden, Portland, Me. E. kk. 2 

Lieutenant Me. Mounted Artillery ; killed in action at second battle 
of Bull Run, 1862. 

n. *Albion Howe. U. S. A. L \, 11 

First Lieut.; promoted to Capt. 4th U. S. A. Artillery for bravery 
in action. Killed in battle with Modoc Indians at Lava Beds, Apr. 
26, 1873. 

E. Hon. Thomas Worcester Hyde, Bath, Me. A. Xo. i 

A.M.; Iron Founder; Col. ist Reg*t Me. Vols.; Bvt. Brig, and 
Maj. Gen. U. S. V.; Pres. Maine Senate for two years; visitor at 
West Point Military Acad. ; Mayor of Bath ; Director Bath National 
Bank, and Trustee People's Savings Bank. 

77. *MosES Owen, Bath, Me. E, <pn, 7 

Citizens' Clerk Army of Potomac; Author two vols, of Poems. 
Died i87g. 

^. Hon. Fabius Maximus Ray, Westbrook, Me. '^. Xv. 9 

A.M.; graduated from Harvard Theological School; Rep. State 
Leg., 1871-72; Clerk and Treas. of Westbrook, Me.; Treas. Sac- 
caiapha Savings Bank; Trustee Gorham Seminary; Author of 
'* Christmas Tree" and other poems; Author of "Journal of Dr. 
Caleb Ray, edited by his great-grandson, F. M. Ray." 

^. *Horace VosE,t Augusta, Me. E. o. 8 

Was two years in college; Merchant. Died 1864, in Calcutta, 
India. 





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Class of 1862. 

H, *Thomas Westbrook Smith Bradbury,! M. no. 5 

Augusta, Me. 

Was one year in collie ; in Petroleum Business. Died May nth, 
1868. 

/. *Thomas Haydon Green, Calais, Me. E. (poo. 7 

Capt. U. S. v.; on staff of Gen« Prince. Killed in action at battle 
of Cedar Mountain, 1862. 

0. Frederick Nichols Huston, M.I)., Rockland, Me., S. <J?. 3 

265 Main St. 

Practising Physician ; Lieut. 31st Me. Vols. 

//. George E. Moulton,! Brooklyn (E. D.), N. Y., X Gv, 6 

152 S. 5th St. 

iV. Manasseh Smith,! Woodfords, Me. A, np, 12 

Was two years in college ; Retired Lawyer ; Commissioner of Me. 
to codify and revise Laws to protect Fish and Game; Treas. and 
Director Portland Star Match Co.; Manager Radnor Iron Forges, 
St. Maurice, P. Q. 

S. Fred. A. Stevens,! Bangor, Me.J Xf). <p. 10 



Class of 1863. 
S. John Le Baron Andrews,! Dayton, Ohio. E. p. 8 

Was two years in college ; Serg't 9th Rcg't Me. Vols. ; Clerk War 
Dep't, 1866. 

K. *Henry Irving Jordan, M.D., Deering, Me. E. Xoa, 9 

Died Oct. 14th, 1870. 

N. Charles S. Mc Arthur,! Pleasant Hill, Mo. E. X, 6 

I - U. S. Claims Agent. 










BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 1 29 

A, Benjamin Fuller Smith, Wiscasset, Me. E. k, 3 

A.M.; Lawyer; Ass't Judge Advocate General staff of Gov. Gar- 
celon; State Att'y for Lincoln Co.; Chairman Board of Selectmen. 



C/ass of I864. 

H. •Frederic Roscoe Estabrook,! M.D., XX. a. 3 

Camden, Me. 

Was one year in college; Ass't Surg. 24th Me. Vols. Died Feb., 
1863. 

H. Albert Owen Fellows, Lewiston, Me. E, \S. 11 

/. Myron Munson Hovey, U. S. N., Navy Yard, E. tpq?, 7 

N. Y. City. 

A.M.; Acting Ass't Paymaster U. S. N., 1865; Clerk Pay Dep't 
U. S. N. at present. 

*. Edward Chase Ingersoll, Washington, D. C, /2. Xv, 9 

509 4th St., N. W. 

LL.B.; Lawyer; Principal Stoneham, Mass., High School, 1864- 
'65 ; Principal Marlboro', Mass., High School, 1865-66; U. S. Com- 
missioner for D. C. ; Commissioner to revise laws for D. C. ; Examiner 
in Chancery ; employed to prepare Code of D. C. Laws for enactment 
by Congress ; Ed. American Edition of " Smith's Manual of Common 
Law," two editions, 1871, 1881 ; Ed. American Edition ''Smith's 
Manual of Equity." 

K. *Henry Tucker Francis Merrill, X&, S^. 10 

Washington, D. C. 
LL.B. Died 1881. 

Class of 1865. 
4^. Thomas Davis Anderson, Washington, D. C. E, ao, 4 

LL.B. ; Lawyer. Died Oct. 1879. 

B, *Oliver B. Burleigh,! Great Falls, N. H. A, ^p. 8 

Entered Dartmouth Coll. Died April 24, 1868. 






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BOWDOIN COLLEGE. 




3. *Arthur Oilman Drake,! Marysville, Cal. XQ, rt, 12 

Was one year in college ; Principal High School. Died in Cal. 

N, *AuGUSTiN Kennedy,! Waldoboro', Me. E, €o, 2 

Was one year in college ; Teacher; Superintendent School Com. 
for three years. Died Aug. 31, 1880. 

S. Hon. John F. Robinson,! Bangor, Me., E. ax< 1 

16 Boynton St. 

Was three years in college; Lawyer; Member Me. Legislature, 
i876-*77 ; Register Probate for Penobscot Co., i878-'82. 

A. Henry W. Swasey, Portland, Me., 327 Spring St. X&. no, 5 

Lawyer; Principal Limerick, Me., Academy, 1866 ; Att'y for Port- 
land Co. Manufacturers of Locomotives. 

9. Charles Weeks, Wiscasset, Me. 

Lawyer; Clerk of County Court. 



2, <yp. 6 



Class of 1866. 

*. Joseph L. Bennett, M.D.,f Hiram, Me.J 
M. William A. Huston, M.D., Boston, Mass., 



X&. yo. II 
X0. 17. 3 



26 Stamford St. 



Was two years in college ; Druggist. 

Z. Charles F. Swasey,! Standish, Me. 

Was two years in college ; Merchant. 

Class of 1867. 
W, Benjamin F. Brickett,! Haverhill, Mass.t 

Class of 1868. 



E, fi, 9 



E. CG. s 




A. Nicholas Fessenden,! Fort Fairfield, Me. XQ, tt, 12 

Was two years in coll. ; Lawyer ; Register of Probate for four years. 





BOWDOIN COLLEGE. I31 

/. Frank Eastman Hitchcock, M<D., Rockland, Me., E, kk. 6 

241 Maine St. 
A.M.; Practising Physician; Surgeon General of Me., 1881-2. 




Class of 1869. 
r, John Colby Coombs, Boston, Mass., 72 Zergler St. /. /c^. 6 

LL.B.; Lawyer. 

« 

M. Hon. Adelbert Dana Cornish,! Lewiston, Me., E. ao. 4 

179 Main St. 

Was two years in college; Lawyer; City Solicitor of Lewiston; 
Rep. in Me. Legislature ; Judge of Lewiston Municipal Court ; Mem- 
ber City Gov. 

^, John A. Stoyell,! Bismarck, Dak. Ter. E, ao. 4 







Alpha Phi. 



• • • 



A. n. 

r. Hon. ROBERT EARL. 
Z. *JOHN B. MYERS. 

A. *. 

Rev. JOHN H. BLACK. 

Hon. HENRY M. BURCHARD. 

JAMES L. CAMP, 
♦Hon. LEONARD W. FERRIS. 

Hon. JOHN N. HUNGERFORD. 
*GUSTAVUS A. KELLOGG. 

BARNHARDT B. NELLIS. 

Rev. JOSIAH A. PRIEST, D.D. 
*C. LANSING SEYMOUR. 

WM. H. SHERMAN. 
♦Hon. CHAUNCEY N. WATERMAN. 







Hamilton Collegx:. 



■ ♦ • 




Class of 1845. 

H, Pres. Darwin G. Eaton,! LL.D., Brooklyn, N. Y., X0. x- i 

170 Joralemon St. 

A.M., M.D., Ph.D., LL.D.; Prof, in State Normal School till 
185 1 ; Prof, of Physics in Packer Collegiate Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1851-1883; President of Packer Collegiate Institute since Feb., 1883. 

A» *Hon. Leonard Wood Ferris, San Francisco, Cal. L rjp. 10 

Lawyer ; Judge of Court, Nevada ; afterward Supt. of Mining 
Claims. Died in county of Calaveras, Cal, April, 1878. 

Class of 1846. 
r, Hon. John Newton Hungerford, Coming, N. Y. /. in, i 

A.M., Ham. Coll.; Banker; Trustee of Ham. Coll. and Elmira 
Female Coll. ; Member of Congress, i876-'78 ; Donor, " Hungerford 
Hall," Ham. Coll. 

/. *GusTAVus Adolphus Kellogg, Utica, N. Y. /. nB, 5 

Merchant. Died in Utica, N. Y., March 29th, 185 1. 

O. *CoRNELius Lansing Seymour, Buffalo, N. Y. /. ix- i 

Con. with Mich. Cen. R. R. Died in Buffalo, April i6th, 1862. 

Class of 1847. 

r. Hon. Henry M. Burchard, Winona, Minn. /. ffd, 3 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; Surr(^ate of Oneida County, N. Y., 
i855-'63 ; Member of Minn. State Leg. two terms; Land Agent for 
the W. and St. Paul Railway Co. 






138 HAMILTON COLLEGE. 

N. Hon. Isaac McConihe, Troy, N. Y., X0. v. 4 

7 Washington Place. 

A.M. Union Coll.; Merchant; late Mayor of Troy. 

U. *Matthias v. Pasco, Beloit, Wis. E, co. 5 

Died in 1863, in Beloit, Wis. 

B, Calvin Bronson Skinner, Watertown, Wis., E, it. 7 

Cor. 4th and Milwaukee Sts. 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; Supt. of Schools, Watertown, i875-*8; 
Mayor of Watertown, i859-'6o; now U. S. Court Commissioner for 
Western Dist. of Wis. 

T. *Chas. Hatch Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. E. €€. 1 

Musical Composer. Died April, 1882. 

H: Luther S. Viele,! Prairie du Chien, Wis. XG. p. 12 

K. Hon. Jas. Mills Woolworth, Omaha, Neb. O. tct. 6 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; LL.D. Racine Coll., 1873; Lawyer; Member of 
Constitutional Con. and State Leg. of Neb.; Counsel for Burling- 
ton and Missouri River Ry.; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Ry., 
and Western Union Telegraph Co. 

C/ass of 1850. 

/. Hon. Horatio Chapin Burchard, X. an. 4 

Washington, D. C. 

Member 111. State Leg. two terms, 1863-65; Member of Congress, 
i869-*79; Director of the U. S. Mint since 1879. 

II. Pres. David Henry Cochran, LL.D., X&. i, 7 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 196 Livingston St. 

. A.M., Ph.D., University State of N. Y.; LL.D., Hamilton Col- 
lege. Teacher. Prof, of Nat. Science in Clinton (N. V.) Liberal 
Inst., 1850 and '51; Prin. Fredonia (N. Y.) Academy, 1852-54; Prof. 
Chem. and Nat Hist, in N. Y. State Normal School, 1855; Prin. ■ 
and Prof, of the Theory and Practice of Teaching, N. Y. State Normal 
School, 1855-64; Prest. of Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic 
Inst, since 1864 ; Trustee of Ham. Coll, since 1875. 






HAMILTON COLLEGE. 1 39 





^. *JOHN G. ELLERYjt Skancatcles, N. Y. E. va. 4 

Student under Prof. Liebig, Leipsic, Germany. Died 1856. 

2, *Chas. Perkins Fitch, Auburn, N. Y. XO, tf. 10 

Merchant. Died in East Orange, N. J., April 26, 1881. 

r, *Daniel Watrous Gillet, New York City. XQ. X- 8 

Lawyer. Col. and Assist. Quarter-master Gen. U. S. V. Died in 
1878. 

B, Eben Smith, Jr., Gr^nd Rapids, Mich. /. vp. 9 

Lawyer. 

Class of 185 1. 
iT. Edward PfecK Barton, Freeport, 111. J?, y/i. 11 

Lawyer. 

/. Joseph Henry Clary, Darlington, Wis. X0. a, 4 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; Dist. Atty.; Col. U. S. V. 

A, Rev. Walter Varick Couch, Rochester, N. Y., XQ. pp, 12 

13 Caledonia Ave. 

AM. Ham. Coll.; Minister, Presbyterian; located at East Pem- 
broke, N. Y., 1857-60; EUicottville, N. Y., 1861-64. Sec. Amer. 
Tract Society since 1865. 

B, Geo. Doolittle, Washington, D. C, E, (fd, 5 

506 E. Capitol St. 

Lawyer; now in Civil Service of U. S. 

T. Chas. Kirkland Judson, Rochester, N. Y., X&. rjrj, 3 

62 State St. 

Editor of Randolph Whig, 1853- 6; oi Freeport Journal, i856-*66 ; 
Deputy Clerk of N. Y. State Senate two years; Post Master at Free- 
port, 111., during Lincoln's administration; Special Agent U. S. 
Treasury Department, 1868-^76; now Gen. Manager for D. Appleton 
& Co., Publishers. 






I40 HAMILTON COLLEGE. 

2. Uriah Smith Lowe, New York City, X&. x^- i 

140 Nassau St. 

A.M. Ham. Coll. Lawyer. Lieut, and Q. M. 145th N. Y. Vols.; 
commissioned Capt and A. Q. M. by Pres. Lincoln, March 4th, 1864; 
late Clerk of City of Elmira and of the county of Chemung, N. Y. 

/. *Hervey Brayton Nichols, Gonzales, Tex. /. <p<p. 7 

For some time a member of Mich. Univ. Late Prest. of Gonzales 
Coll. Killed in a steamboat explosion on the Miss. River in 1858. 

9. Daniel Waterman, Jr., Utica, N. Y., X (tX. 6 

714 Genesee St. 

A.M. Ham. Coll. Lawyer. 

Class of 1852. 

/. Wm. Benjamin Candee, Waterville, N. Y. X0. n. 5 

Merchant; Director Waterville Nat. Bank; Member Board of Edu- 
cation. 

B, Wm. Davis Conklin, Fond du Lac, Wis. O. ar(T. i 

Lawyer. 

« 

K. Daniel Goodwin, Jr., Chicago, 111., 283 Erie St. X0. XX^ 2 

A.M.; Lawyer; U. S. Commissioner Northern Dist., 111., U. S. 
Master in Chancery, Michigan; Prest. Board of Trustees, 111. Chari- 
table Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

-2. *Theodore Henry Hart, Philadelphia, Pa. X0. kt], 2 

Lawyer. Died in 1861. 

T. *Rev Chas. D. Helmer,! Brooklyn, N. Y., X «r. 6 

169 Macon St. 

D.D. ; Congregational Minister; ordained and installed over Ply- 
mouth Ch., Milwaukee, Sept. 13, 1859; Union Park Ch., Chicago, 
Dec, 1866; Tompkins Avenue Ch., Brooklyn, Dec. 16, 1875. Died 
1876. 

H. *Wm. Wallace Perkins,! New York City. H. api, i 

Died in Hoffman House, N. Y. City, 1877. 

A. *Richard Schroeppel, Utica, N. Y. X0. «. 1 

Lawyer. Died Sept 16, 1882. 






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Class of 1853. 

Z. John H. Hewson,! New York City, X©. nu ix 

43 West 17th St. 

Three years in coll. ; Banker. 

E, Hon. Wm. Wirt Howe, New Orleans, La., X0. ff, 10 

394 Carondelet St. 

A.M.; Lawyer; two years Lieut. 7th Kansas Cav.; Maj. and A. 
D. C; Judge Supreme Court of Louisiana; Author of *' Pasha 
Papers ; " Counsel for New Orleans Pacific Ry. 

N. *Wm. Hopkins Lathrop, Cincinnati, O. X&. qyoo, 7 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; three years in Fed. service; entered as 
Lieut.; promoted to Major of 39th Ohio Vols.; promoted to 
Colonelcy of the iiith U. S. I. Died at Sulphur Branch, Ala., 
Nov. 25, 1864. 



H. RuFus Mills Parker, Rockford, 111. 

Merchant 



£1. ;tfr. 8 




Class of 1854. 

/. Cornelius Evarts Billington, M.D., X0. itr. 12 

New York City, no Madison Ave. 

A.M.; Physician; Surgeon U. S. V. 

E. Elijah CoNE,t Locke, N. Y.J X0. u ii 

iV. Francis E. Lacy,! Shelbyville, Tenn. /2. i. 6 

In coll. four months; Teacher; two years in Confed. service; 
elected Magistrate in Wood county, Texas, August, 1853; Census 
Enumerator for 25th Dist, Tenn., x88o. . 

B, Augustus Barnum Payne, Clinton, La. A, a, 6 

Teacher; in Confed. service; served in 3d La. Infantry and 22d 
La. Heavy Artillery. 





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HAMILTON COLLEGE. 




n, Wm. Mansfield White, XJtica, N. Y., XQ, y. g 

235 Genesee St. 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Director Rome, Watertown and Ogdensbuigh 
R. R. ; Trustee of Hobart College and of the P. E. General Theologi- 
cal Seminary, New York City. 

K. Hon. Westel Willoughby, Alexandria, Va., X&. e. 4 

217 King St 

Lawyer; Maj. 13th N. Y. Vols,; one year in service ; elected Atty. 
for Alexandria City and County in 1864 ; appointed Judge of Circuit 
Court by Gov. Stoneman in '69; soon after appointed Judge of 
Supreme Court of Appeals of Va.; appointed Special Asst. Atty. Gen. 
by Atty. Gen. of U. S. to defend the suit of Gen. Lee. 

Class of 1855. - 
B. Hon. John Edmund Burke, Chicago, 111. X0. A. 2 

Lawyer ; Member of Iowa State Leg. 1864-65 ; Dist. Atty. 12th 
Judicial Dist, 1865-69; Member of Iowa State Senate, 1873-4; 
Asst. U. S. Atty. Northern Dist, 111., i875-'77. 

A. Eli Stillson Hart, Clinton, Iowa. X0. o. 12 

Lawyer. 

U. Hon. William Sanderson, Binghamton, N. Y. X0. vi, 9 

Lawyer and Teacher; late member Iowa State Senate. 

/. Seymour Scott, Oneonta, N. Y. O. x^- i 

Lawyer. 



Class of 1856. 

/. *Alden S. Brown,! Detroit, Mich. 

Merchant. 



P. KU 2 




Class of 1857. 
T, Geo. Miles Diven, Elmira, N. Y., 957 Lake St. fl. vp, 3 

Lawyer; Member of Elmira Board of Education seven years, and 
its Prest. for six years; Trustee of Ham. Coll.; Prest Elmira and 





HAMILTON COLLEGE. 



H3 




Horseheads Ry. Co ; Vice-Prest. Elmira Water Works Co. ; Director 
of Elmira State Line R. R. Co.: Atty. for Northern Central, Geneva, 
Ithaca and Sayre, Penn. Central, N. Y. Central and Lehigh Valley 
R. R. Cos. 

Z. Chas. T. HoTCHKiss,t Lewiston, N. Y. E, vn, 4 

J. Geo. Otis Manchester,! Topeka, Kan., fl, to. 5 

345 Quincy St. 

LL.B. Ham. Coll.; Asst. Gen. Manager Atchinson, Topeka and 
Santa Fe R. R. 

N, Joseph T. Tompkins,! Hillsborough, N. B. XQ. X. 6 

One year in coll. ; Manufacturer ; in Fed. service ; Capt. 6th Regt. 
N. Y. Artillery. 

n. Rev. Jas. Simms Woodard, Wilson, N. C E. 10. 7 

Lawyer and Minister; thirteen months Capt. 43d Regt. N. C. In- 
fantry (Confed.); county Atty.; Member N. C. State Leg. two sessions. 




Class of 1858. 
21. Henry Newell Avery, M.D., Galesville, Wis. X0. x<P' 8 

Physician; in Fed. service nine months; Corporal 7th Regt. N. Y. 
S. M.; Capt. Ironside Regt, N. Y. Vols.; Prin. Peterboro* Academy, 
i859-'6o; Prof, of Physiology, New York Horn. Med. Coll., i869-'7o; 
U. S. Examiner of Drugs, N. Y. Custom House ; U. S. Examining 
Surg, for Pensions; Surg, to Poughkeepsie Dispensary; Member of 
Medical Council of Mai^arettsville Insane Asylum; Prest. North 
Western Exhibition held at Winona, Minn., 1874. 

ft 

Z. *Stearns F. CooPER,f Chicago, 111. E, vk, 9 

Three years at Beloit Coll.; one year at Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; two 
years as Lieut in Fed. Service. Died March 3d, 1876. 

A, Rev. Foster Ely, Lockport, N. Y. -P. tQ, 5 

One year at Mich. Univ.; three years at Ham. ColL; A.M., LL.B.; 
D.D., Hamilton; Minister— Episcopal ; Rector of the Church of the 
Holy Spirit. Kingston, N. Y., i866-'69; of St Paul's, Newport, Ky., 
1871-75 ; of Grace Church, Lockport, N. Y., since 1875. 





144 



HAMILTON COLLEGE. 




H. John C. Lathrop,! Watertown, N. Y. P. a, 4 

Farmer ; three years in Fed. service. 

N. John M. Rountree,! Chicago, 111., 289 Oak St. A. n. 12 

Two years in coll.; Lawyer; Atty. of Cook Co.; 111.; Atty. for 
Chicago and North Western Ry. Co., i86o-'67. 

T. Jas. Ausburn Towner, Elmira, N. Y. P. ki. 2 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Editor; city Editor Elmira Advertiser^ i870-'77; 
Editor on staff N. V, Daily Sun, 1877-79 * city Editor Elmira Free 
Press since 1879; Author of " Chedayne of Kotonah." 

-2. John Walbridge,! Toledo, O., 163 Mich. St. X0. i<s. 5 

Asst. Postmaster, Toledo, O. 



XX. 1. 2 

XX. r. 6 




Class of 1859. 
Z. *Frank Harris,! Ithaca, N. Y. 

Merchant. 

T, Chas. Augustus Hawley, Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; LL.B. Albany Law School; Lawyer. 

J. Horace Robinson Peck, Hudson, N. Y. K. re, 5 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; Clerk of the city of Hudson Common 
Council, Mayor's Court, and Board of Health of Hudson, 1863-1867. 

Z. John Hudson Peck, Troy, N. Y., 11 First St. E. Xjj, n 

Lawyer; nominated for Assembly in 1882, but declined office; 
Att'y Troy & Boston, and Troy Union R. R. Cos. 

C/ass of i860. 
iV. Samuel Stewart Ellsworth, Penn Yan, N. Y. X, x<P' 7 

Pres. Sodus Ft. and Southern R. R., 1869; Del. to Dem. Nat. Conv., 
Baltimore, 1872; Member Penn Yan Board of Education, 1875-77; 
Quarter-mast. Gen. State of N. Y., on Gov. Tilden's Staff, i875-'76; 
Director of Fall Brook Canal and R. R. Co.; Trustee of Ham. Coll. 
since 1870; Supervisor town of Milo, '82-83. 

H, John Shoemaker Sheppard, Penn Yan, N. Y. 0. o. 7 

Lumber Merchant; Director Yates Co. Nat. Bank; Member Board 
of Education ; Delegate to Nat. Rep. Conv. of 1876. 





HAMILTON COLLEGE. 



145 




Z. Rev. Conway Wing Young, Marion, N. Y., E. ko. 2 

Wayne Co. 

Presbyterian Minister. 

*. Thomas Kingsley Young, Marion, N. Y. 

Nurseryman. 



E. voo. 9 



Class of 1 861. 

IT. Hon. Joseph Harvey Durkee, Jacksonville, Fla., E, kt. 2 

75 Ocean St. 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; in Fed. service four years nine months; 
Capt 145th N. Y. Vols., and Capt. i8th V. R. C; State Senator; 
U. S. Commissioner; U. S. Marshal. 



*. *Frank Babbitt Willard,! Troy, N. Y. 

In Fed. service. Died in 1863. 



E. Vff. 9 




Class of 1862. 

B, *AuGUSTUS Underhill Bradbury, Hudson, N. Y. H. tx, 2 

Lieut. U. S. Vols. Died in 1863. 
r. *Chas. C. CLARK,t Troy, N. Y. M. ktc, 6 

Co-Editor Troy Press, Died in 1873. 

E. WiNSOR Scofield, Bay City, Mich. A. 6u 3 

A.M. Ham. CoIL; lawyer. 

M. Hon. Amos Madden Thayer, St. Louis, Mo., A. at, 4 

2838 Locust St. 

Lawyer; three years eleven months in Fed. service as Bvt. Maj. 
Signal Corps; Judge of Circuit Court, eighth Judiqial Dist. of Mo., 
since 1876. 





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HAMILTON COLLEGE. 




Class of 1863. . 

5. Edward Woodbridge Avery, M.D., S. pa?. 7 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 16 Hancock St. 

A.M., LL.B., Ham. Coll.; M.D. Coll. of Physicians and Suigeons, 
New York; Physician — ^practising; Asst. Surg, in U. S. Navy, 1864- 
'65 ; AssL Surg, in U. S. Army, i866-*67. 

iT. Linus Parsons Bissell, Hartford, Conn. /2. da. 3 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; LL.B. Albany Law School; Teacher and Minis- 
ter ; Prin. Hartford Classical School. 

iV. Chas. K. DuTT0N,t New York City, E. x^- i 

155 Maiden Lane. 

Two years in coll.; Manufacturer and Producer of Naval Stores; 
with Army of Potomac, from April, '61, to June, '65 ; Rank Bvt. Lieut. 
Col. ; Prest. Santa Fe Canal Co., Florida. 

$. Chas. Morton Everett, Clinton, N. Y. 

Merchant. • 



£1. x^' I 



X ar, 4 



/. *Nath. B. HiNCKLEY,t Clinton, N. Y, 

Three years in coll.; Sergeant in 117th Regt, Fed. Died in 1863, 
at Norfolk, Va. 



H, John A. Reynolds,! Elmira, N. Y. 

Lawyer. 

K. John James Tunnicliff, Galesburg, 111. 

Lawyer; ex-State Attorney. 



0. /cr. 8 



E, ao, 4 



Class of 1864. 



/2. po. 7 




A, *MoRRis Brown, Jr.,f Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Capt. U. S. V. Killed at Petersburgh, June, 1864. 

0. Rev. Amos Hammond Dean, Monmouth, 111. E. XP^- i 

One year LieuL 3d N. Y. Light Artillery; Pastor first Prcs. Ch., 
Albany, N. Y., i869-*73; Central Pres. Ch., Joliet, 111., 1873-81; 
Pres. Ch., Monmouth, 111., since 1881. 





HAMILTON COLLEGE. 



147 



T. Jas. Edgar Jenkins,! New York City, £1. ^r. 8 

427 W. 31st St. 

Accountant and (fanager; Maj. 146th N. Y. VoL Infantry and 
Oneida Cav., Ind. Pr. ; four years in Fed. service. 

n. Franklin Day Locke, Buffalo, N. Y., A, dr. 6 

288 Franklin St. 

Lawyer; Atty. for Del., Lack, and Western R. R.; President Young 
Men's Christian Association of Buffalo. 

B, WiLLARD Peck, Hudson, N. Y. £1, (Too. 6 

A.M. Ham. Coll^f Lawyer; Member of the Board of Education of 
Hudson. 




Class of 1865. 

p. Fred. Dwight Alling,! Rochester, N. Y., E, at, 4 

5 Caledonia Ave. 

Three years and one term in coll. ; Manufacturer of Writing Inks. 

A, Joseph Mechlin Goertner,! Binghamton, N. Y. "E, np. 12 

Real Estate Agent. 
H, Louis R. McLAiN,f Washington, D. CJ 0. doo, 9 

Two years in coll.; at one time Asst. Pardon Clerk of the Atty. Gen. 
at Washington. 

E, William S. Miller,! New York City, 3 E. 22d St. jE^. x^- i 

Grain Broker, 17 Moore St. 

iV. H. E. Mitchell,! M.D., Baltimore, Md., 319 Cary St. £1, dp. 3 

Physician; Capt. 128th Regt. N. Y. State Vols.; three years in Fed. 



service. 




*. *Jas. N. TAFT,t Lyons, N. Y. -S". X- 5 

Three years in colL; Druggist; one year in Fed. service. Died at 
Lyons, N. Y., July 13, 1869. 

Class of 1866. 
N. Morris F. Sheppard,! Penn Yan, N. Y. E. at. 5 

Banker; Prest. Yates County Nat Bank; Capt. Battery G, i6th 
N. Y. Artillery (Fed,); Sec, and Trci^s. Keuka Navigation Co, 





148 HAMILTON COLLEGE. 





T. Geo. Tunnicliff, Galesburg, 111. . X 6v, 3 

A.B. Ham. Coll. 1874; one year in coll.; Lawyer; on the Union 
side in late war; con. with Executive Department at Albany, N. Y., 
i870-'8o. 

Class of 1867. 
/. *Frank Van Ness Bullard, Perry, N. Y. E, <po, 7 

Law Student. Died in 1869. 

E, *DuANE CoNANT, Middle Granville, N. Y. /. ^o. 8 

LL.B. Columbia College ; Lawyer. Died Aug. 10, 1876, in Jersey 
City, N. J. 

K, Hon. John Dudley Norton, Pontiac, Mich. E. icA. 2 

A.M. HanL Coll.; Banker; four years a member of Mich. State 
Legislature. 

J5. Sidney Allyn Sherwin, Batavia, N. Y. E. kX, 2 

Lawyer and Insurance Agent. 

M. *HuGH ToLER,t New York City. 0. (Ttf. 6 

Died in 1866. 

T. Edmund E. White,! Lincoln, Polk Co., Iowa. A, <f, 3 

Class of 1868. 

A, Chas. B. Germain,! Buffalo, N. Y., io6 Johnson PI. E, 6v. 9 

Two years in coll. ; Lawyer. 

T. Francis De Villers Hoard,! M.D., E. Xo, 11 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
One year in coll. ; Physician. 

B. James Wetherby Lawrence, Minneapolis, Minn. E, ev, 2 

Lawyer; county Atty., Hennepin County, Minn., 1874-78. 

B, Albert Eugene Pattison, Denver, Colo., -E*. /c/o. i 

Room 35, King Block. 

Lawyer. 





HAMILTON COLLEGE. 



149 




/. Hon. Frank Rice, Canandaigua, N. Y. E. av, 4 

Lawyer; Dist. Atty. of Ontario County, 1875-82; Member N. Y. 
State Legislature, 1882 ; Chairman of Com. on Privileges and Elections. 

H. *NoRMAN Prentice Sackrider, M.D., E, kgo, 6 

Cleveland, O. 
At one time Prof, in Cleveland Med. Coll. Died 1881. 

2. John Hamilton Wilson, Rome, N. Y., E. cfn. 6 

42 Thomas St. 
Merchant. 

Class of 1869. 

n. Rush Walsworth Bissell, Lockport, N. Y., 0. at. i 

No. 294 F. Ave. 

Commission Merchant. 

T. Wm. H. Lawrence,! Syracuse, N. Y. 

Professor of Music. 

B. Rice McCauley, Stanley, N. Y. 

Farmer. 



f2. ao. 4 
X&, TfX, 10 




C/ass of 1870. 

E, Lewis Brainerd Clark, New Haven, Conn., /. A/c. 11 

118 Olive St. 

LL.B. Columbia Coll.; Lawyer. 

iY. Geo. W. Clinton,! Milford, Otsego Co., N. Y. "/. cr. 7 

One year in coll.; Insurance Agent. 

K, Hon. Chas. Jones Everett, Utica, N. Y., E, dp, 3 

50 Rutgers St. 
Lawyer; Deputy Atty. Gen. of the State of N. Y., Jan. ist, 1880- 
'82 ; Atty. N. Y., West Shore and Buffalo R. R. 

A, Rev. Henry Allyn Frink, Clinton, N. Y. E, ttO. 12 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Ph.D. Amherst Coll.; Instructor in Brooklyn 
Polytechnic Institute, i87(>-'7i ; since 1872 Kingsley Professor of 
Logic, Rhetoric and Elocution, and Professor of English Literature 
at Ham. Coll. 





150 HAMILTON COLLEGE. 





B. Theodore Frelinghuysen Hinds, Utica, N. Y. E. 00. 9 

Lawyer; now engaged as Hop Merchant. 

T. Manasseh Knox Johnson,! Bellona, N. Y. E, ^y, 8 

One year in coll. ; Farmer. 

M. *JosiAH Evans Owens,! Charles City, Iowa, E. A. 3 

One year in coll.; Lawyer; Solicitor of Charles City; Member of 
Charles City Board of Education ; Member of City Council of Charles 
City. Died in Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 22, 1881. 

N. Hiram Harper Peck,! Covington, Ky., E, etc, 2 

1 00 1 Scott St. 

Two years in coll.; Grain Dealer. 

E, *Sheldon William Swaney, Salina, N. Y. /. q}0. 7 

Lawyer ; admitted to the Bar at Syracuse, 187 1 ; Chief Clerk in 
office Atty. Gen. at Albany, 1874-79. ^^^ at Dewitt, N. Y., Dec. 
4, 188 1. 

C/ass of 1 871. 
T, David H. Carver, Binghamton, N. Y. i2. Ok, 5 

A.M., LL.B. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; Supt. of Public Schools at 
Dunkirk, N. Y., 1871-74; Dist Atty. of Broome county since Jan 
ist» 1 88 1. 

T. John Edward Frost, Galesburg, 111. E, tf. 6 

Lawyer; General Land Agt. Atch., Topeka and Santa Fe R. R.; 
Pres. Exhibitor' Association, International Cotton Exposition of 
Atlanta, Ga., 1881. 

2. Stephen Rutherford Harding, ^ XX x- i 

Amherst C. H., Va. 
Farmer. 

M. Wm. R. Kennard,! Rochester, N. Y., 19 Jones Ave. 2, kv. 2 

Two years at Ham. Coll. ; one year at Syracuse Univ.; Journalist ; 
at one time connected with Oakland Tribune, Cal. ; two years editor 
Waterloo Observer, N. Y. 

-2. Frank Purdy, Newburg, N. Y. XX «. 5 

Lawyer. 






HAMILTON COLLEGE. I51 

Class of 1872. 
H. Frederic Eri Barrows, Clinton, N. Y. X0. a. i 

A.M., M.D.; Ftiysician. 

Z. Edward Winslow Geer, Cleveland, O., /2. o. ra 

370 N. Perry St. 

LL.B. Columbia Law School, 1876; Lawyer. 

N, Walter Martin Hand, Binghamton, N. Y., i2. ff'k, 6 

20 Collier St. 

Lawyer. 

M. Geo. Frederick Lyon, Binghamton, N. Y., E. o. 7 

36 Exchange St. 

Lawyer; Atty. for N. Y., L. E. and W. R. R. 

B. Henry Lyon,! Syracuse, N. Y. E. p, i 

Two years in coll.; Wholesale Stationer. 

T. Joseph Crowell Russ, Chicago, 111., E 0. 4 

1605 Prairie Ave. 

Secy, and Gen. Supt of IlL Central R. R. 

T. J AS. H. Seymour,! Brockport, N. Y. E. \y. 11 

Two years in coll.; Lumber Merchant. 

ZV. Arthur Merrill Wright, Moravia, N. Y. -E r. 8 

Teacher; Prin. of Skaneateles Academy, 1 875-1882; now Prin. 
Moravia High School. 

C/ass of 1873. 

T. Henry Wilford Harding, Detroit, Mich., E, A. 10 

226 2d St. 

Lumber Merchant. 

T. Geo. H. Lester,! Binghamton, N. Y. E. n. 7 

Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes. 

E, John Savage Noble, Monroe, Mich. E. kk. 2 

LL.B. Ham. Coll.; Surveyor; Chairman of Finance Committee of 
City Council. 

<f . Harlan Dennis Preston, Otselic, N. Y. E. ay, 9 

LL.B.; Lawyer. 






152 HAMILTON COLLEGE. 





Class of 1874. 

M. *JoHN L. CooK,t Whitney's Point, N. Y. E. au 4 

Died at Santa Barbara, Cal., April 4, 1873. ♦ 

5. John Phillips Silvernail, Brooklyn, N. Y., E, nv. 12 

279 Schermerhorn St. 
A.M. Ham. Coll.; Teacher; connected with the Department of 
Elocution of Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute since 1874. 

♦ 

r. Thos. Butler Van Alstyne,! Santa Barbara, Cal. fl. kv, 2 

Lawyer. 

C/ass of 1875. 
B, Emmet Jerome Ball, Utica, N. Y. D.. x^- ^ 

Lawyer; Special Surrogate of Oneidk County two terms. 

P. Philip Keck,! Johnstown, N. Y. /2. <r. i 

Lawyer; Dist. Atty., Fulton Co., N. Y. 

d, Geo. R. KiNNE,t Mapleton, Dak. Ter. D>. na, 12 

Wheat Farmer. 

2. Burt I. Waldo,! Western, N. Y. XX. x^- i 

Fanner. 

Class of 1876. 
E. *Franklin Addington,! Paris Hill, N. Y. E. (Tf. 5 

Died Nov. 7, 1875. 

/. JuLiEN MoLiNARD Elliot, Buffalo, N. Y., E. v. 12 

22 W. Seneca St. 

Instructor in Brooklyn Coll. and Poly. Inst., i876-'8i ; Instructor 
Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, '8i-'82; now Sec and Treas. Firmenich 
Sugar Refining Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

-T. Rev. Junius Herbert Judson, Galesburg, 111. E. <r. 7 

Presbyterian Minister ; now engaged in Missionary work in Foo 
Chow, China. 

T, Cornelius Philius,! Watertown, N. Y. 2. «p. 6 

One year in coll. ; Manufacturer and Dealer in Picture Frames. 





HAMILTON COLLEGE. 



153 




Class of 1877. 
P. Frank Dorr Budlong, Camden, N. Y. £• t. 3 

LL.B. Ham. Coll.; Lawyer; Teacher in Clinton Liberal Inst., 
1877-79; Prin. of Camden Academy since 1 88 1. 

Z. Nye R. HiLL,t Friendship, N. Y. E. f . 4 

Clerk in Post Office at Corning, N. Y., three years ; Merchant. 

A, Wm. Oscar Johnson, Buffalo, N. Y., "E.v, 11 

16 White Building. 
Lawyer. 

/. Rev. Frank Vandermooler Mills, Windsor, Conn. IE, r. a 

Presbyterian Minister; Prin. of Windsor, N. Y., Academy, 1877- 
'78; Instructor in Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst., i878-*79; now engaged 
in Missionary work in Foo Chow, China. 

U. Preston King Pattison, Silver Creek, N. Y. E, x» 9 

A.M. Ham. Coll.; Teacher; Prin. Maryville, N. Y., Union School, 
1877-78; Prin. Medina, N. Y, Academy,. 18 78- 80; Prin. of Silver 
Creek Union School since 1880. 

H. Charles Peck Woolworth,! Omaha, Neb. E. n. 12 

One year in coll. ; now in Australia for benefit of health. 




Class of 1878. 

71, Henry White Callahan, St. Louis, Mo., E. vS. 3 

526 N. Main St. 

Prin. of Windsor Academy, 1878-80; Prin. of Forestville, N. Y., 
School, 1880-81 ; Stove Merchant. 

B. James Alton Davis, Hyde Park, Scranton, Pa. E, X. 3 

Lawyer. 

Z. Clarence Francis Pajisons,! Westfield, N. Y. E, p. lo 

Two years in colL; Banker; Teller of the First Nat. Bank of 
Westfield, N. Y. 

/. Wm. Lorenzo Parsons, Brooklyn, N. Y., E, e, i 

239 McDonough St. 

Teacher in Brooklyn Adelphi Academy, z878-'8i ; Lawyer, 29 Wil- 
liam Street, New York City. 





iS4 



Hamilton college. 




Class of 1879. 

A. Jas. Alverson Brown, Oxford, N. Y. 

Prin. of Oxford, N. Y.» Academy since graduation. 

B. Chas. Henry Hitchcock, Binghamton, N. Y. E. p. 12 

Teacher in De Garmo Inst., Rhinebeck, N. Y., i879-'8i; Law 



X K^. 2 



Student. 



E. r.6 




n, Jas. Walter Morey, Forestville, N. Y. 

Instructor in Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst, since graduation. 

t 

1. Walter Ogden, Farmer's Village, N. Y. 2, n€. 5 

Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes. 

Class of 1880. 
/. Harry Newberry Candee, Waterville, N. Y. 2. 70. 10 

Merchant. 

/. Philip Adam Laing, East Otto, N. Y. E. G<r, 10 

Prin. Hamburg, N. Y., Academy, i88o-'82; now Law Student with 
Lewis, Moot & Lewis, Buffalo, N. Y. . 

H. Joseph McChesney, M.D., Wallace, N. M. X0. pv. 12 

M.D. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1881 ; Physician ; Surgeon to 
Wallace Div. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe R. 

2. Nelson Hopkins Whittemore,! 2, tfo. 10 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

Two years in coll.; Druggist. 

B, Walter Barnard. Winchell, Waterville, N. Y. E. a. 4 

Instructor in Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute since graduation. 

. Class of 1881. 

/. WiLLARD Daniel Ball, Utica, N. Y. 2, X"^- « 

Prin. Gowanda Union School, iSSi-'Sz; now Instructor, Brooklyn 
Polytechnic Inst. 

B. Harmon Jonathan Bliss, Westfield, N. Y. E, n. 6 

Prin. Cattaraugus, N. Y., Union School, 1881-82; Law Student 





HAMILTON COLLEGE, 



155 



yi. Geo. Emerson Brewer, Westfield, N. Y. E, <r. 9 

Medical Student at University of Buffalo. 

n, Edmund Augustine De Garmo. Rhinebeck, N. Y^ E, \. 3 

Asst. Prin. De Garmo Inst., Rhinebeck, N. Y., since graduation. 

2. Edward Payson Kingsbury,! Westfield, N. Y. 2. au 1 

Three years in coll.; Law Student. 

jT. Robt. Livingston Massonneau, Jr., E. o. 5 

Red Hook, N. Y. 

Teacher in Gary Seminary, Oakfield, N. Y., 1881-82; now Regis- 
trar, Brooklyn Poly. Inst. ; Editor in Chief of Chi Psi Catalogue of 1882. 

J. Clinton Scollard, Clinton, N. Y. 2, i<y. 7 

Instructor in Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst, from Sept., i88i, to Feb., 
1883. 





Class of 1882. 

B, Chas. Caldwell Bulkley,! Washington, D. C, XQ. XX- i 

633 F. St. 
LL.B. Albany Law School ; one year in coll.; Patent Lawyer. 

/. Erastus Palmer, 2d, Brooklyn, N. Y., 2. tck, 5 

316 Baltic St. 
Instructor in Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. Y., since graduation. 

IT. Herbert Huse Parsons, Brooklyn, N. Y., 2. V7t. 4 

239 McDonough St. 
instructor in Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst, since graduation. 

Z. Peo. Edward Plumb,! Westfield, N. Y. 2, rft. 10 

Two years in coll. ; now with Yerkes & Plumb, Tool Afanufacturers, 
Frankford, Phila., Pa. 

n. James Marsh Treadway, Chicago, 111., A. kv, 6 

224 Washington St. 
With Culver & Co., Grain Merchants. 

/. J AS. Otis Woodward, Albany, N. Y., 49 Grand St. E,v,ii 
Law Student 





156 HAMILTON COLLEGE. 

Class of 1 883, 

jr. Wallace Farwell Campbell, Coming, N. Y. 2. kv. 2 
^. Smith Debbage, Oswego, N. Y. X©. ;t^- 8 

Z. Frederick Cuyler Eaton,! Utica, N. Y. -2. icA. 6 

Law Student, Columbia Coll. 

E. Samuel Franklin Engs, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y., 2. p0. 12 

86 Cambridge Place. 

*. Jos. BoDiNE TERBELLjt Coming, N. Y. 2. 10, 7 

One year in coll.; Asst. Car Acct. S. G. & C. and Fall Brook R. R. 





Class 0/ 1SS4. 
H. John Conger Bryan, Orange, N. J., Frankford St. E. 6. i 

« 

fi. Harry Thomas Hotchkiss, Windsor, N. Y. 2, ri. 5 

#. Edward Beardsley Parsons, Brooklyn, N. Y., E. u 4 

239 McDonough St. 

J. RoBT. Walton Perkins, Oxford, N. Y. 2. pK, 12 

Z. Absalom Vincent Taber, Dover Fumace, N. Y. 2. ica. 2 

H. Gilbert Wendell,! Oswego, N. Y. 2, pd. 12 

Now in wholesale Jewelry business in Chicago, 111. 

Class of 1885. 

E. William Samuel Cornwell, Penn Yan, N. Y. JS. va, 4 

Z. Henry Darling, Jr., Clinton, N. Y. 0. a//, i 

g. Chas. Haynes Davidson, Oxford, N. Y. 2. vp. 3 

N. Wm. Addison Lathrop, Clinton, N. Y. E, XP- i 

T. Wm. Sutfin Maben, Ilion, N. Y. 2. pn, la 



i^ 





AliPHA EPSIIiON. 



•♦• 



1. «. 
r. Rev. JOSIAH A. PRIEST. 

A. B. 

*GEO. B. ALCOTT. 

Hon. SENECA EWER. 
*HENRY D. GOODRICH. 
♦DAVID E. JAMES. ' 
*GEO. P. KELLOGG. 

AARON B. LEVISEE. 

Hon. CHAS. W. NOBLE. 
♦Hon. WM. W. PHELPS. 
♦HOMER F. SCHOFF. 

W. HOWARD WAIT. 
♦WM. P. C. WHITING. 
♦JAMES B. WITHERELL. 







Michigan University. 



• ♦ • 



Class of 1845. 
*. •Hon. Thomas B. Gumming. Omaha, Neb. X9. a?. 12 

Lawyer; Sec. Nebraska Territory, i854-'56; Gov. of Nebraska, 
i856-*58. Died in 1858. 

H. Merchant H. Goodrich, Ann Arbor, Micb. jE. X, 10 

« 

Lawyer. 

H, Hon. Lyman D. Norris, Grand Rapids, Mich. 0. ax^ 7 

Lawyer; Editor of St. Lotns Daily Times, 1850; Member of Sute 
Const Convention, 1867 ; was State Senator, 1868-69. 




Class of 1846. 
*. *Henry D. Goodrich, Ann Arbor, Mich. XX x^* 7 

Died in 1846. 

r*. Hon. Charles W. Noble, Detroit, Mich., P. ?^. 5 

66 Edmund St. 

Lawyer ; Prest. of M. and N. Valley R. R. Company. 

'E* •William W. Perry, M.D., Hancock, Mich. P. 0. 12 

Physician. Died in 1877. 

il. •Hon. William W. Phelps, Red Wing, Minn. P. 6d, 3 

Lawyer; Register of U. S. Land Office, Red Wing, Minn., 1855- 
'57; Representative in Congress from Minn, i858-'6o; CoL loth 
Regt Minn. Vol. Inf., 1863 ; Mayor of Red Wing, x865--'66, and re- 
peatedly afterwards. Died in 1873. 






l6o MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 

H. •Homer F. Schoff, Chicago, IlL P. XX- ^ 

Dist Attj. Kenosha, Wis., i856-'6o. Died in 1876. 

C/ass of 1847. 
A Edmund P. Christian, M.D., Wyandotte, Mich. P. ^p. 8 

Physician ; has been Alderman and Mayor of city ; has contrilmted 
frequently to medical journals. 

n, Hon. Seneca Ewer, St. Helena, Cal. P. ^^. 8 

Vineyardist; Member of Cal. Senate, i853-'55; Judge of Circuit 
Court, 1865 ; Prest. of St. Helena Water Co. 

H. *Rev. Philander C Safford, Oberlin, O. P. %. 7 

Prof, of St. James' Coll., i848-'5a Died in 185a 

Class of 1848. 
ff Edward F. BuRDiCK,f San Francisco, Cal. JE. vr. 9 

Merchant. 

B, •Peter E. Latimer, Toledo, Ohio. /X fl. 5 

Lawyer. Died in 1853. 

H, Joseph R. Smith, M.D., San Antonio, Texas. X0. (Tv. 6 

Physician ; Surgeon in U. S. A. on Texas frontier, i858-'6i ; Sur- 
geon in charge of Gov. Hospital, Georgetown, 1863; Acting Suig. 
Gen. 1862; Medical Director of Army Corps and Dept. of Arkansas; 
Breveted Lieut. Col. *'for superior ability and excellent management 
of his department. '65 ; " Breveted Col. ** for meritorious services to 
sick during prevalence of cholera at Little Rock, Ark.," in 1866; 
nominated for Brevet Brig. Gen. in 1866; Medical Director fourth 
Military Dist. at Vicksburg, 1867-71; Surg, at Fort Wayne, 1871- 
'74; at Fortress Monroe, i874-'79; since 1879 has been Medical Direc- 
tor of Military Dept. of Texas; Rep. of U. S. A. Med. Corps in Am. 
Med. Association, '74, '75, '76, '77, '78, and at International Med. 
Congress, 1877; has prepared many Medical Reports, Sanitary Re- 
ports, and a " Description of Camp Verde," in i860; " Description 
of Jefferson Barracks " in 1870 ; '* Reports on Soldiers Rations " in 
1875, and a Paper on the Retired List of the Army, 1882. 






MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 



l6l 




/. William Howard Wait, New York City, N. Y., P. ee. 2 

18 William St. 

Lawyer. 

^. *WiLLiAM P. C. Whiting, San Francisco, Cal. P. tpq). 7 

Lawyer. Died in 1874. 

B, * J AMES B. WiTHERELL, Detroit, Mich. P. 5*5*. 10 

Lawyer; City Atty. of Detroit, 1852-53; Lieut, in 5th Regular 
Cav. U. S. A., 1855; served five years in Texas Indian wars. 



C/ass of 1849. 

IT. *Geo. B. ALC0TT,t San Francisco, Cal. 

Merchant. 

/. Douglas Gibson, Jackson, Mich. 

Banker. 



P. Ota, 4 



£". Kl, 



P. U. 9 



P. YY' II 




B. *David E. jAMEs,t Kansas City, Mo. 

Real Estate Broker. Died in 1856. 

-T. *Geo. p. KELLOGG,t Providence, R. I. 

Merchant. Died in 1854. 

A, Hon. Aaron B. Levisee, Fargo, Dak. Ter. P. ^^. 8 

Lawyer; Prest. of Female Collegiate Institute, Talladega, Alabama, 
1854; Judge Tenth Circuit Ct., La., 1868-72; Commissioner of Circuit 
of La. in 1875-76; Member of La. Legislature, 1875-76; Rep. Presi- 
dential Elector from La. in 1876; Internal Rev. Service in 1878-81. 

$. Hon. Thomas W. Palmer, Detroit, Mich. X. ^o. 8 

Capitalist ; Member of Mich. Senate, i878-'8o ; Prest. of Board of 
Trustees Orchard Lake Military Academy. 

iS. Hon. Stephen Tillson, Onawa, Iowa. /2. Tt, 7 

Stock Raiser ; Judge Monana County Court, 1864-65; Member of 
Iowa Legislature, i868-'69. 





1 62 MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 




Class of 185a 
Z. David Bacon, Niles, Mich. Z0. a§, 4 

Lawyer ; Col. U. S. V. 

H, Hon. Geo. L. Lee, Huntsville, Ala.^ X a?. 12 

Lawyer ; Judge of Circuit Court in 1863 ; now residing in Dakota 
Ter. 




Class of 1 85 1. 

/. Samuel J. Agnew, New York City. X0. noo, 12 

B. Edwin C. Becker, St. Paul, Minn. X(9. X;/. 7 

Quar. Mast. U. S. V. 

H, A. Atwood Brooks, Goliad, Texas. E, va. 8 

Prin. of Whiteman Institute, Miss., i852-56;.Prest. of Gonzales 
College, Texas, i856-'73 ; since 1873 Prest. of Goliad Coll., Texas. 

S. Richard H. Frost, Hastings, Mich. XQ. aX. 10 

H. Moses Gunn, M.D., Chicago, 111., P. <pK. 7 

2101 Calumet Ave. 

Physician; Prof, of Anatomy and Surgery, i850-'67, and Prof, of 
Suigery, Rush Medical ColL, in 1867 ; now Trustee of Rush Medical 
ColL 

/. Thomas H. Hartwell, New York City. XA. xo. i 

Lawyer, 150 Broadway ; City Atty. of Detroit, 1858-64. 

n. Hon. Geo. W. Perry, Superior, Wis. X©. a/5. 7 

Lawyer ; Judge of County Court. 

P. *Daniel C. Towner, Michigan City, Ind. X. xo. i 

Died in 1854. 

*. John A. Wheeler, M.D., Howell, Mich. XA. ya. 11 

Physician. 





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Class of 1852. 

(P. F. K. Castlehun, M.D., St. Louis, Mo., XA, ffff. 3 

705 Lafayette St. 

Physician. 

*. •Louis Davenport, M.D., Detroit, Mich. P. ap. 6 

Physician. 

S. Morse K. Taylor, M.D., Fort Wayne, Mich. XA. p. 4 

Physician; Prof, of General Pathology and Public Hygiene, Chicago 
Med. Coll., i86o-'6i ; Prof. Clinical Medicine and General Pathology 
in Med. Dept. of Iowa State University, 1862-63 ; ^^oi. of Clinical 
Surgery, I. S. U., 1S64- 67 ; in charge of U. S. General Hospital, 
Keokuk, Iowa, i862-'65 ; Suig. U. S. A. 




Class of 1853. 
B. Hon. J. H. Bartholomew, M.p., Lansing, Mich. A, k<t. 2 

Member Mich. Legislature, 1872. 

T. GiPSON P. BROWN,t Kalamazoo, Mich. -E itt. 7 

B. William E. Cheever, Chicago, 111., 103 State St. D,. (foo. 6 

Gen. Agt. for Mich, of Chas. Seebum & Sons. 

H. Waldo C. Daniels, M.D., Chicago, III, L 0. 12 

177 Clark St. 

Physician. 

0. Leopold Lathrop,! Madison, Wis. X&. trd. 3 

A. *MoRTiMER N. Thompson, New York City. JS. <pco. 7 

Author; published several humorous works under the nom de 
plume of '* Doesticks.** 

2. *Chas. E. WiNANS,t Adrian, Mich. X. iff. 7 

Merchant. 





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MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 




Class of 1854. 

*. Bolivar Barnum, M.D., Jackson, Mich. /. ^i^. 8 

Physician. 

H. Henry Denning Bartholomew, Lansing, Mich. O. ft. 4 

Deputy State Treasurer 1867-74 ; city Engineer in 1879. 

T, Harrison W. Bassett, Lodi, Mich. XX. /i. 5 

Farmer. 

n, James R. Cook, East Saginaw, Mich. P. afi, 4 

Lawyer. 

B. Darius J. Davison, Detroit, Mich., /3. nu 12 

Michigan Exchange. 

Since 1870 Clerk of U. S. Dist. Court and M. S. Court, Custom 
House. 

-2, Robert C. Grier, Peoria, 111., 105 Main St. X0. Xr/. 11 

Grain Com. Merchant. 

/. Ex-Gov. J. Stirling Morton, XQ, (Jgo, 6 

Nebraska City, Neb. 

Lawyer ; Member of Leg., 1856-57 ; Gov. of Nebraska, i858-*6o. 

n, Nathaniel Pitcher, Detroit, Mich., 144 2d St. XX, co. i 

Book Keeper. 

B. Lyman Richardson, Omaha, Neb., XX, p, 6 

1413 Farnum St. 
Editor and Manager of Omaha Daily Herald, 




Class of 1855. 

27. Galucia C. Gibbs, Troy, Mich. 

^. *James M. Shanklin,! Evansville, Ind. 
Col. U. S. V. Died in 1865. 

A. *Enos T. THROOP,t Chicago, 111. 



XX, 7. 3 
X, St. 10 



XQ, TtpL, 12 





MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 



165 




Class of 1856. 
A, Oliver N. Chaffee, Quincy, 111. ^, nd. 12 

Engineer and Surveyor; U. S. Lake Survey, 1857-59 ; Engr. Corps 
U. S. Army, on improvement of Miss. River; in charge of works from 
Keokuk, Iowa, to Louisiana, Mo. 

r, Hon. Alvin S. Higgins, San Francisco, Cal. X. (Jk. 5 

Lawyer ; Judge of Circuit Court of Cal. 



Class of 1857. 



-2. vp, 8 



T. RoLLiN C. DART,t Lansing, Mich. 
Lawyer ; Pros. Atty. of Lansing, Mich. 

H. Lycurgus H. Irwin, Nevada, Iowa. X, //. 5 

Lawyer; Pros. Atty., i86o-'6i. 

n. Gilbert R. Lyon, Owosso, Mich. 0. X- i 

Lawyer. 

S. *Hon. HoBART Miller, 2, Xpi. n 

Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
U. S. Vice-Consul General, i865-'67. 

Z. Hon. Jerome W. Turner, Owosso, Mich. XX. co, 6 

Lawyer; Col. U. S. V.; Member Mich. Senate, '69-'70 ; Mayor 
in *79. 




Class of 1858. 
*. Hamilton J. Dennis, Topeka, Kan. X0. 77. 10 

Clerk of Dist. Court of Leavenworth Co., i876-'8o; State Librarian 
of Kansas, '81. 

fi. Alfred J. Goss,t Hudson, Wis. P. XP* i 



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1 66 



MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, 




*. Henry F. Lyster, M.D., Detroit, Mich., XA. x^- i 

397 Jefferson Ave. 

Physician ; Prof, of Surgery in Univ. of Mich., '68 ; Pres. of Mich. 
Coll. of Medicine, Detroit, 1879. 

B, Otis H. McOmber, Calvert, Texas. XX. ^a. 8 

Pres. of Gonzales Coll., '6o-'68 ; Pres. of Salado ColL, Texas, 
'70-'78. 

P. Lyster M. O'Brien, U. S. A., XX. po. 12 

Fort Yates, Dak. Ten 

Captain 17th U. S. Inf. 

g. Frank M. Speed,! Walla Walla, W. T. /. ko. 2 

Stock raiser. 

r. Hon. J. J. Speed,! Detroit, Mich. 0. kij. 6 

Lawyer ; Member of State Legislature, '73-75 ; Circuit Judge, 
Wayne Co., Mich. 




Class of 1859. 
0. Alfred H. Castle, Chicago, 111., 208 Park Ave. X0. ;|fo. i 

Prest. Illinois Grand Trunk R. R. Co. 

*. *E. J. FARNSWORTH,t Rockton, 111. p. n. 7 

Brig. Gen. U. S. V. Died in 1862. 

r. Wm. H. Haight, Cleveland, O., 2432 Broadway. X0. ;t«. i 

Hardware Merchant ; Lieut. Col. U. S. V. 

K. *RoBERT B. MACLiN,t Jackson, Miss. X0. np, 12 

Died in 1859. 

J. *Geo. S. McREYNOLDS,t Detroit, Mich. X0. yY* " 

Died in 1858. 

N. Julian E. Winder, Detroit, Mich., 98 Alfred St. X0. 55. 10 
Lawyer. 





MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 1 67 





Class of i860. 
B. L. F. Booth, New York City, 415 Broadway. ZX. /i. 9 

Capt. U. S. Cav., 1862-67 ; Paymaster C. N. W. R. R., i864-'70; 
Gen. Eastern Agt. Chicago North Western R. R. since 1870. 

9. John H. Conrad, Chicago, 111., 58 Michigan Ave. X0. da, 3 

Wholesale Grocer ; Capt U. S. V., 1862. 

-K Elbert N. Donaldson, Ovid, N. Y. -TQ. /cr. 2 

H. Henry M. Duffield, Detroit, Mich., HB. k<5, 2 

707 Jefferson Ave. 

Lawyer; City Counsellor of Detroit ; Maj. Gen. U. S. V., 1862. 
H, Hon. Albert H. Horton, Atchison, Kan. -Z©. vte. 3 

Lawyer; City Atty., 1861-62; Jndge second Judicial Dist., Kan., 
1864-69 ; U. S. Dist Atty., i869-*73 ; Delegate to Rep. Nat. Con- 
vention in 1876; since June ist, 1877, Chief Justice Supreme Court 
of Kansas; frequent contributor to the Central Law Journal, 

n. Wm. N. Ladue, Detroit, Mich., XQ. pd. 12 

192 McDougall Ave. 

Adjt. Gen. U. S. V., 1863 ; Asst Comptroller city of Detroit, 1863- 
'67; in business at Adrian, i867-'7o; again Asst. Comptroller of Detroit, 
i870-'72; Asst. Secy. Detroit Gas Light Co., 1 872-' 77; since 1877 
Asst Comptroller of Detroit ; twice a Member of the Board of Educa- 
tion. 

P. *Charles a. Thompson, Kalamazoo, Mich. X©. ffpi, 5 

Lawyer; Circuit Court Comr., 1864-70; U. S. Com., 1868; Lieut 
U. S. v., l862-'64. 

/. *Charles F. Trowbridge, Ann Arbor, Mich. X&. nn, 12 

Adjt. Gen. U. S. V., i862-*63. 

Cl<iss of 1861. 
r. Wm. W. Bailey, M.D., Fort Smith, Ark. O. Q. 5 

Surg. U. S. Army, 1861-63. 





1 68 



MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 




^. Henry Fenton,! Bay City, Mich. XX, k. 7 

Lawyer. 
B, D. Farrand HENRYjf Detroit, Mich. XA. aff, 4 

Civil Asst. U. S. Corps of Engineers ; Chief Engineer Detroit Water 
Works ; now Engineer Land Department, Detroit. 

H. *Chas. T. Scammon, Chicago, 111. XA, yv, n 

Class of 1862. 

B, Samuel Davison,! Chelsea, Mich. 

^, *Wm. L. Irwin, Trenton, Tenn. 
U. S. V. Died in 1862. 

H, J. P. Sanger, Brunswick, Me. XX, av, 4 

Brev. Maj. U. S. A.; since 1871 Prof. Military Service, Bowdoin 
College ; contributor to the Unittd Service and other periodicals. 

fi. R. Trumble Sill, Chicago, 111., 628 W. Lake St. XA, vv, 3 

Druggist; Adjt. U. S. V.; Postmaster, Warsaw, Mo., 1868-76. 



I. ni, 12 



Class of 1863. 



X&. ITJ. 7 



r. *W alter M. Burroughs,! Waukesha, Wis. 

Died in 1863. 

B. Chas. S. Draper, East Saginaw, Mich. E, tfS. 10 

Lawyer ; Capt. U. S. Vols., 1861-63 ; Member Mich. Senate, 
i876-'78. 







Class of 1864. 
-2. Joseph C. Hart, Detroit, Mich., 117 Henry St. 

Insurance Agent. 

H, Frank J. Thwing, Chicago, 111. 



X®, lA. 7 



A, Kl, 2 






MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 1 69 

M. Clarence E. Wilbur, Detroit, Mich., X©. vp, 9 

264 Jefferson Ave. 
Lawyer. 



Class of 1865. 

O. Wm. J. Maynard, M.D., Chicago, 111., P. or. 3 

435 W- V^^ Buren St. 
Asst. Surg. Marine Hospital, 1874; Prof. Therapeutics, Women's 
Medical College, Chicago. 

Z. *Anderson WiNG,t Monroe, Mich. XX x^- i 

Lawyer. Died 1880. 

r. *Chas. I. Witherell, Detroit, Mich. X0. an, 6 

Lawyer. 



Class of 1866. 

iV. Chas. D. Barney,! Sandusky, Ohio. X©. XK, 11 

Banker. 

$. •Geo. L. Barney, Sandusky, Ohio. X@, 11, 7 

Died 1873. 

S. John W. Remington, Genesee, Wis. X. XP- 1 



Class of 1867. 

P. Don. M. Dickinson, Detroit, Mich., X©. au i 

161 Jefferson Ave. 

Lawyer. 

B, Wm. R. GRAHAM,t Cedar Falls, la. P. €. i 

Miller; Lieut. U. S. V. 





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MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 




H. Frederick H. Kent,! Chicago, 111. 

Commercial Traveler. 

S. Wm. S. STANTON,t U. S. A. 
First Lieut U. S. A. 

M. Pliny H. Van Buren,! Detroit, Mich. 

Real Estate and Insurance. 
*. Stanley B. Watrgus,! Ashtabula, Ohio. 
A. Rev. M. S. Woodruff, Miami, Mo. 

Rector Episcopal Church. 



^©. p. 3 

X©. no, ^ 

XX. (Tp. 6 
X©. fff. 8 

xe. Iff. 6 



X i<p. 7 



Class of 1868. 

P. *RoscoE W. BEAMAN,f Chicago, 111. 
Died 1878. 

T. Richard D. Craig,! Lexington, Ky. AT©. <pK. 7 

B, Wm. S. MacHarg, Chicago, III, X0. tf. 1 1 

747 North Park Ave. 

Supt of the Durham House Drainage Company. 

/. A. Schuyler Montgomery, Muskegon, Mich. 
Capt U. S. V. 

U. Wm. S. Palmer, New York City, 93 Nassau St. 

Lawyer. 

K. Theodore M. Shaw,! Lexington, Ky. 

B, Lewellyn p. Tarlton, Jr., Lexington, Ky. 

Lawyer ; one of the founders of the Univ, Chronicle ; Editor Ken- 
tucky Statesman^ 1871-2; Sheriff of Fayette Co., Ky., since 1872. 



XQ, IX, I 

P.«.3 

XQ, Kf}, 6 
X. nff, 5 




Class of 1869. 
1. Henry McKey, Chicago, 111., 184 Dearborn St. XX, ^<r. 1 

Lawyer. 





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171 




r. Ford DeC. Hinchman, Detroit, Mich., E. XS, i; 

115 First St. West. 
Prest Detroit White Lead Works. 



Class of 1870. 
H. W. W. DouGLASs,t Ann Arbor, Mich. 

City Recorder since 1879. 



P. ;r.4 



/. 



Michael A. Meyendorff, Helena, Mont. /. ai. 

Insurgent against Russian Gov., 1863 ; fought in two battles; taken 
prisoner after two months; eight months in prison; eight months 
on march to Siberia ; Banishment changed from Siberia to U. S. of 
America, in 1866, at the instance of the U. S. Gov.; Engineer in 
charge of construction of Wabash Bridge, and Div. Eng. on Wabash 
R. R., 1872-73; U. S. Mineral Clerk, 1873 ; U. S. Mineral Deputy 
Surveyor Mont. Sen., 1873-74; Supt. construction U. S. Assay 
Office, Helena, 1875-77. 



Class 0/ i%Ti. 



I 




C Wheeler Durham,! Chicago, 111., X&, p. 12 

500 N. La Salle St. 

Civ. Engineer on C. and N. W. R. R., i870-'7i ; Asst. Engineer N. Y. 
C. and H. R. R. R.; Prin. Asst. Eng. Texas Pacific R. R., 1872; 
consulting Eng. Chicago and South Atlantic R. R. ; Prest.' Durham 
House Drainage Company, Chicago. 

11. J. Lathrop Gillespie, St. Paul, Minn. -P. tt. 4 

Asst. U. S. Engineer on Gov. Works at St. Anthony's Falls, Minn. 

A. Alfred B. Sager, Las Vegas, N. Mexico. E, (Xd. 5 

Lawyer; Compiler of the Chi Psi Catalogue of 1871. 

r. Stephen H. Tyng, Jr., Boston, Mass., 5 Court St. ^0. (T/i. 5 

Contributing Editor of the Central Law Journal^ St. Louis. 







172 



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15 13 Garrisca Atc- 



XX r. 4 



B. *PtTER J. Stakr, Burlington, la. 
ii, Jvy:v% B- Walker.* Richmond, Kt. 
^, Cha^ a. WHiTTitE-f Kansas Cirr. Mo- 



r. «. 6 
E. no. 10 
XX. K- 6 



Trar, Pau. A^:* H. and Sc J. and C. Bl xad Q. R. R. 

ii. Joseph B. Whittier,! East Saginaw, Mich. XX. p. 12 

City Treasw, iSjS-'da 



CZijj z?/' ^873. 



f. Xa. II 



£. Thompson Burnam, Silver Creek, Ky. 

Dittiller. 

^. Samuel T. Douglass, Detroit, Mich., S. co. 2 

80 Griswold St. 

lawyer'. Instructor in School of Pharmacy of Unir. of MidL, 
i875-'78. 

/, Charles R. Wells, Bay City, Mich. 2. ne. 5 

Secy, and Treas. Industrial Iron Works. 



k 



Class of 1874. 
M. Geo. F. Ambrose.! Mecosta, Mich. 

Lumber Merchant 

B. Wayne Hayman, Reading, Pa. 
Lawyer. 



X©. fSO. 5 



X©. ipi, 7 





MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 



173 




r. ♦Chas. C. Hibbard, M.D., Detroit, Mich. XX, nco. 12 

Died 1875. 

2. Edward C Hinman, Battle Creek, Mich. E. /c<r. 9 

Asst. U. S. Engineer, 1875-80. 

X. Geo. McConnell, Chicago, 111., 8 Burton Place. XX, da. 3 
Real Estate. 

J. Harry St. C Parker,! Detroit, Mich., X0. ne. 5 

84 Lafayette Ave. 

Lumber Merchant. 

2. Geo. C. Henry, Burlington, la. 

Dniggist and Chemist. 

F. Wm. H. Wells, Detroit, Mich., 92 Cass St. 

Lawyer. 



/. VI, 3 



E, VT. 4 



Class of 1875. 

7. Albert G. Arey, Cleveland, Ohio, X0, Xf^' i 

858 Boston Ave. 
Teacher in Department of Physics, Central High SchooL 




J. Chas. Fox, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Secy. Osenhaut & Fox Lumber Company. 

n, E. Crofton Fox,t Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Lumber Merchant. 

7. Henry D. Turney,! Columbus, O. 

Secy. Columbus Rolling Mill Co. 

Class of i^yt. 

M. Edward A. Gott, Detroit, Mich. 

Lawyer. 

7". Edward C. Swift, Ottawa, 111. 

Lawyer. 



XX, A. II 



XX. Koo, 6 



2. Ttn, 5 



2, €(T. 4 



XX, T. 4 





174 



MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 




Class of 1877. 

S. Wayne Choate, East Saginaw, Mich. 
Hardware Merchant. 

A. Wm. D. Eaton, Burlington, la. 
Law Department, C. B. & Q. R. R. 

n, Edward H. Guyer, Rock Island, 111. 

Lawyer. 

Z. Oliver Johnson,! Chicago, III, 42 Eldridge Court. E. va, 9 

Treasurer s Office. C. B. & Q. R. R. 

/. L. S. Smith, Denver, Col., 384 Lawrence St. JT©, vv, n 

Lawyer and Real Estate Business. 



XQ. «. II 



XA. ;t. I 



XA, x^ I 



Class of 1878. 



-2. u//. 9 



E, Llewellyn H. Davis,! El Paso, Texas. 

Druggist 

U, J Dick Du Shane, St. Paul, Minn. XX, x^- i 

U. S. Engineer's Office ; engaged in improvement of Mississippi 
River. 

T. Theodore F. Meyer, Kansas City, Mo. XX. x^* i 

Wholesale Druggist. 

S. James C. MuNSON,f Connellsville, Pa. XX, arf. 4 

Merchant. 

E. Wm. Van Grove, Williamsville, N. Y. XA. ya. 11 

Dentist. 




Class of iSyg. 
A. Edmund A. Christian, M. D., Wyandotte, Mich. 0. ap, i 

Physician Mich. State Insane Asylum, Pontiac. 





MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY. 1 75 





N. Henry C. Clements,! Bay City, Mich. XG. k. 2 

Managing Street R. R. 
r. HiENRY J. MEYER,t Ft. Wayne, Ind. XX. dv. 2 

Wholesale Druggist. 

/. John C. Quintus, St. Louis, Mo., X0. tto. 12 

2828 Washington Ave. 
Miss. River Commissioner and Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. 

C/ass of 1880. 

B. JosiAH L. Ambrose, M.D., Chicago, 111., X0. co. 9 

216 Park Ave. 

Physician. 

/. Arthur H. Congar,! Manchester, la. X©. (p, 10 

Lumber Merchant. 

A, Geo. M. Gillette, Niles, Mich. X0. va, 4 

Farmer; Director' Benton Harbor Plow Co.; now engaged in set- 
tling for right of way for the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba 
R. R. Co. 

P. Wm. W. H ANNAN, Detroit, Mich. P. nd, 12 

Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk, House of Representatives, Mich. 

T, Fred. A. Patrick,! Marengo, 111. XX. ku, 6 

Teller First Nat Bank. 

jT. Max Zinkeisen, Milwaukee, Wis. E. vy, 8 

Class of 1881. 
H. Wm. F. Goodpaster, Kansas City, Mo. E, pu 12 

Wholesale Grocer. 

^. Edward W. Lee, M.D., Randolph, N. Y. XA, na. 12 

Physician. 

2. Geo. W. Middelton, Denver, Col, E, vi. 8 

3 Opera House Block. 
Mining; Vice-President Denver Transfer Co. 



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n. Moss Kent Perkins, New York City. 

Reporter cm ^. K Tri^tu, 
//. Henry H. Treadway, Pontiac, Mich. 
P. Frank A. Wadleigh, S. Pueblo, Colo. 

Ticket Agent, Denver and Rio Grande R. R. 



IX, 



II 



E. pa. 12 
XQ, na, II 



Class of 1882. 



P. <poo. 7 



K, Wm. L. Clements, Bay City, Mich, 

Designer for Bay City Iron Works. 

£. Geo. E. Dean, Chicago, 111. 

J. Geo. N. Holland, E. Saginaw, Mich, 

r. Jesse A. Icenhour, Beaver Falls, Pa. 

E, Wm. Robt. Johnson, Steubenville, O. 

T, Howard H. Kimball, Columbus, O. 

Commercial Traveler. 

A. Jas. H. M. Norton, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Prof. Natural Sciences, Lake View High School, Ravenswood, III. 

/I. Fred. A. Robinson, Detroit, Mich. XX. x^- i 

Law Student, Mich. Univ. 

/. Geo. B. Whitney, Muskegon, Mich. P. x^- i 



X0. YY* ^® 

E. yv. 10 

E. VI. 3 

X. V. 10 

E. vv, 3 

XX. w. 5 




C/ass of 1883. 

i\ Harry S. Ames, Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

iV. Chas. G. Chaddock, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Z. Arthur D. Eddy, E. Saginaw, Mich. 

//. Alfred Schanz, Detroit, Mich., 70 Winder St 

*. Chas. M. Sherman, Des Moines, la. 



P. (TK, 6 
E. lOD, 7 

E, X9' 2 
E. 00, I 

E, €t. 2 





MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY . I 7 7 




Class of 1884. 

A. Willis J. Abbott, Chicago, 111., X0. a?. 9 

390 N. La Salle St. 

H, George F. *Brownell, Medina, N. Y. X0. XP- i 

Z. Frederick A. Giddings, Green Spring, O. E, icr. 2 

^. Lynn P. Townley, Meadville, Pa. XX, p. i 

Class of 1885. 

^. Don Carlos Corbett, Clarion, Pa. 2. icp. 4 

H. Chas. H. Hills, Muskegon, Mich. X0. ^. 10 

H. Geo. F. Lewis, Fall River» Mass. X0. ^. 3 

^. Edward C. Miller, Minneapolis, Minn. XQ, g>. 7 

Z. Henry G. Withrow, Chicago, 111., X&, ^. 8 

627 Dearborn Ave. 







Alpha Zbta 



• • • 



A. M. 

r. ♦GILBERT C. BRIGGS. 
Z. FREDERIC D. TAPPAN. 

A. Z. 

^WILLIAM B. ACKLEY. 
♦GOODKIN BAKER. 
*J. EDWARDS LEAVITT. 
♦EDWARD P. TAYLOR. 
♦CHARLES E. VAN BEUREN. 




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Columbia Col<L£:ge. 



• ♦ • 



Class of 1848. 



H, 



XX, p. I 



*Hon. Thomas P. St. John, 

Ridgebury, Fairfield, Co., Conn. 

Bom June 23d, 1830; at age of 18 was graduated from Columbia 
College; at age of 21 he represented lyih Ward of N. Y. city in 
Assembly ; was elected to a second term ; Author of " Annus Mira- 
bilis,** a poem delivered at forty-sixth anniversary of Philolexian 
Society of Columbia College ; was Pres. of same society. Died Oct. 
15, 1865. 



Class of 1849. 



XX, (ptf, 7 




r. *WiLLiAM B. AcKLEY, Brooklyn, N. Y.J 
Lawyer. Died 1859. 

Z. William Astor, N. Y. City. 

H, *Rev. Ezra W. Collier, New York City. 

Clergyman Presbyterian Church. 

B. *WiLLiAM M. Knox, M.D., New York City. 

Asst. Surgeon U. S. V. 

H. *J. Edwards Leavitt, M.D., New York City. X@. oo, 7 

Surgeon on construction of Panama R. R., and died in Panama of 
fever contracted in discharge of his professional duty. 

H, ♦Ezra K. Sherwood, New York City. JQ. C, 10 



£1, o. 12 
XA. pa, 12 

0. XV- 6 




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n, John Shrady, M.D., New York City, O. vo. 4 

1974 Madison Ave. 

A.M. in course ; was graduated from College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, N. Y. City, 1861 ; practicing Physician ; acting Asst. Sur- 
geon U. S. A., May, 1862, to Oct., 1862; Surgeon in charge U. S. A. 
General Hospital No. 19, Nashville, Tenn., Dec, 1862, to March, 
1863 ; Surgeon 2d East Tenn. Mounted Infantry, U. S. A., Oct., 
1862, to Oct., 1864; acting Asst. Surgeon U. S. A., Central Park 
Hospital, N. Y. City, Nov., 1864, to Feb.. 1865. 

/. Frederic D. Tappan, N. Y. City, 36 Wall St. XQ, xt- ^ 

President of Gallatin National Bank, N. Y. City; Vice-Prest. 
Metropolitan Trust Co.; Trustee Bank for Savings, N. Y.; Director 
N. Y. Equitable Fire Ins. Co.; President N. Y. Clearing House 
Association. 

H. •Edward P. Taylor, Auburn, N. Y. XX, fi. 4 

^. *Charles E. Van Beuren, New York City. XQ. ^. 10 



Class of 1850. 

B. *JoHN Martin Aims, M.D., New Haven, Conn. 0. re. 5 

Was graduated from Yale Medical School, 1857. Died Dec ,1881, 
at Oyster River, Conn. 

S. *GooDKiN Baker, New York City. XX, tO. 5 

M. Hon. Galen AugustusCarter, Stamford, Conn., X2. \r, 10 

17 Atlantic St. 
Member Conn. State Senate, 1874. 

P. Walter R. T. Jones, New York City, XX. iv. 10 

481 Madison Ave. 

Average Adjuster. 

K. William Hazard Terry, N. Y. City, 176 5th Ave. O. ya. 3 





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183 




Class of 185 1. 

H. J. B. Brown, New York City4 XX, qn. 8 

H, *James Sandford, Lodi, N. Y. XX, p. 3 

H, George Allen Seaman, X®. ep. 2 

Fishkill-on-Hudson, Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

^. William R. Smith, New York City. X&, A 7. 7 

Class of 1852. 

H. *Armand Cousin, New Orleans, La. X0. ni. 12 

*. J. F. S. Hunt, Brooklyn, N. Y.J ^.rfrj.io 

W, *Quintin Maynard Thorne, Brooklyn, N. Y., XQ, vv. 9 

35 Schermerhorn St. 
Merchant. Died Dec. 9, 1879. 



Class of 1853. 

H, Henry Astor, Copake, N. Y. 
^. Adrien C Brooks, Ravenswood, N. Y. 
Z. Edmund E. Paulding, Kingston, N. Y.J 
A. *St. Clair Smith, New York City. 

Lawyer. 



XA, gxj. 7 
XA. <y. I 

P. V. I 

XA. <ro. 3 




Class of 1854. 

'S, Samuel Blackwell, Newbem, N. C.J 
M. *Charles B. Cromwell, New York City. 
E, *Francis a. De Wint, Fishkill, N. Y. 



P. 0.4 
X0. arf, 4 
XB, ffv, 5 



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sf8- 




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COLUMBIA COLLEGE. 



^. *Hon. Daniel HoLSMAN,f Paterson, N. J. XX, q)\. 7 

Was two years in college; Lawyer; Speaker N. J. Assembly. 

H. Edward Kirkland, N. Y. City, 52 E. 21st St. XQ. (Sco, 6 

Broker; was in war on Federal side; Seargt. and Seargt. Major 71st 
N. Y. Vols. 

r, *George v. Pomeroy, Jr., New York City. 
iV. *Reginald H. Smith, New York City. 

Lawyer, 47 Bond St. Died Oct. 8, 1880. 



-sre. (yp. 3 



Class of 1855. 



r. vk, 3 




B, O. Edward Harmon, N. Y. City, 12 Bond St. 

Broker. 

H, *Arthur McJ. Henderson, Jersey City, N. J. XX, Xy. 11 
B, John G. Wendel, Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. XX. T(r, 5 

Certificates of study from Universities of Leipzig. Jena, Munich, 
Germany, Sorbonn, Paris, and from Col. Mendes, Prof, of Military 
Engineering of the £k:ole Polytecnique, Paris. 



C/ass of 1856. 

*. *Walter Gregory, Jersey City, N. J. XQ. x^- i 

P, Ambrose C. Kingsland, N. Y. City, 135 5th Ave. XO. Sa. 3 

Merchant. 

^. George Lovett Kingsland, XQ, eo, 2 

Tarrytown, Westchester Co., N. Y. 
A.M. in course; Merchant. 

H. John Lansing Zabriskie,! Rahway, N. J. XQ. ao. 4 

Was three years in college ; Lawyer ; Director N. J. Northern R. 
R., and Sec. Jersey City and Bergen R. R. Co., and Counsel of both; 
Counsel N. Y., L. E. and W. R. R. 





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185 





Class of 1857. 

B. Henry Eugene Davies, N. Y. City, 60 W. 5 ist St. XCl. \a. 5 

A.M. from Columbia College; Lawyer; was in war on Federal 
side; Capt 5th Regt. N. Y. Vols., April 3, 1861 ; promoted to Maj. 
2d Regt. N. Y. Cav., Aug. 27, 1861 ; promoted to Lieut. Col. 2d Regt. 
N. Y. Cav., Dec. 30, 1862; promoted to Col. 2d Regt. N. Y. Cav., 
July 24, 1863; promoted to Brig. Gen. U. S. Vols., Sept. 16, 1863; 
promoted to Brevet Maj. Gen. U. S. Vols., Oct. i, 1864; promoted to 
Maj. Gen. U. S. Vols., June 9, 1865; resigned from army, Jan. i, 1866; 
Public Administrator of N. Y. City from Jan., 1866, to Jan., 1869; 
Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty. from July, 1870, to Jan., 1873. 

A, Hon. Elbridge T. Gerry, N. Y. City, 8 E. 48th St. A, ;fe. 6 

A.M. from Columbia 60II.; President Phllolexian Society, Columbia 
College, 1857-58; Lawyer, 261 Broadway; Member New York State 
Constitutional Convention, 1867; Vice President American Society 
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Pres. N. Y, Society for 
Prevention of Cruelty to Children ; Gov. N. Y. Hospital ; Pres. Chi 
Psi Alumni Association of N. Y. City ; President of Chi Psi Frater- 
nity, i882-'83. 

H, Louis Johnson, Washington, D. C. .XX. 6. 2 

Paymaster U. S. A. ; Marshal U. S. Circuit Court of S. C. 

*. Henry Keteltas, N. Y. City, 37 St. Marks PI. XG. \d. 9 

In war on Federal side; Capt. 15th U. S. Inf.; wounded at battle 
of Shiloh; Breveted Maj. and Lieut. CoL; resigned from army July, 
1867; served six and one-half years. 



Class of 1858. 

^, *EuGENE Cruger, Crugcrs, N. Y. X0. ^^. ii- 

-B. A. Van Horn Stuyvesant, N. Y. City. X0. 7. 5 

H, Robert R. Stuyvesant, N. Y. City, X0. £. 5 

213 Madison Ave. 






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Class of 1882. 

A, James Lenox Banks, Jr., New York City, P. 6r}^ 10 

79 5th Ave. 

^. Clarence Haight Frost, Peekskill, N. Y. A, irf. 7 

H, William Lee Howard, New York City. XA, rf, 6 

r, George Waterbury Lawrence, New York City, X. itr. 5 

145 West 44th St. 

B. Frederick Howard Lee, New York City, X. dd. 3 

516 5 th Ave. 

C/ass of 1885.' 

Z. Robert F. Lee, New York City, 516 5th Ave. XX, v, 2 

E. Samuel Twible Shaw, New York City, XX. p. 8 

40 £. 69th St. 







Alpha Delta. 




A. n. 

r. ROBERT T. JOHNSON. 
Z. ANDRIS BRANT. 

A. ^. 

♦WILLIAM A. ALSTON. 

T. FRISBY HENDERSON. 
♦CALVIN D. MEHAFFEY. 
♦ERSKINE H. MILES. 

JOSEPH W. TEXADA. 

WILLIAM B. TRUMAN. 

ROBERT B. TYLER, M. D. 

Hon. harry WHITE. 






Princeton CoiiiLEGE. 



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Class of 1852. 

S. W. H. T. Bykum, Rapides Parish, La.t XX. x^- 6 

B, Andrew Jackson Dull, Harrisburg, Pa., XX av, 6 

Cor. Front and Chestnut Sts. 

A.M. ; was connected with Railroads, and engaged in the manufac- 
ture of Iron and Steel, but has now retired on account of ill health. 

77. Austin D. Moore, Huntington, Pa. XX. Sv, 3 

B, Joseph W. Texada, Rapides Parish, La. X0, pp, 12 

^. *Wm. Vance Thompson, Columbia, Tenn. XX, yv. n 

Lawyer; served in the war four years (Confederate), 9th Tenn. 
Battalion ; Major ; in 1870 elected Member of the State Constitu- 
tional Convention. 

H. Wm. B. Truman, Eutaw, Ala. X0. aa, i 




Class of 1853. 
<P. Allen Dale, Philadelphia, Pa. A. ax. 5 

Civil Engineer. 
H. *Wm. J. Erwin, Tunica, La. XX. qnf. 7 

Died in 1871. 

S. Wm. B. Fraley, Sparta, Ga. XX. aoo. 5 

/. Thomas Frisby Henderson, Baltimore, Md.t XQ. kk. 2 



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PRINCETON COLLEGE. 




XB. tt. 7 



B, *Calvin D. Mehaffey, Marietta, Pa. 

Captain in the ist Regulars U. S. A. 

n. *Erskine H. Miles, Chicago, 111., XQ, vv. 9 

No. 3 Tribune Building. 

*. Robert Bradley Tyler, Frederick, Md., X0. tt. 5 

East 3d St. 

Druggist ; M.D. University of Penn., 1856. 

S. Frank Valliant, Kent'y Bend, Miss.J XX. ttv. 12 



X0. vv. 4 
X0. ^'^. 8 

E. K, 2 
XX. €(T. 2 

XX. ^17. 10 



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Class of 1854. 

27. *Wm. a. Alston, Georgetown, S. C. 
(P. Robert H. Chapman, Talladega, Ala. 

Judge of Court of Com. Pleas. 

B. John S. Hanan, Baltimore, Md. 

/. Philip M. Kenner, New Orleans, La. 

Lawyer. 
n. Geo. W. MEHAFFEY,t Marietta, Pa. 

Three years in college ; Farmer; three years County Auditor; also 
three years Commissioner. 

B. Wm. J. MuRRELL, M.D., Mobile, Ala., 94 St. Francis St. E. v, 8 

J. Wm. Buckner Norman, Baltimore, Md. M. vk. 7 

Auctioneer ; Federal ; in 8th Regiment Md. Vols. ; first Lieut, and 
A. D. C. ; three and one half years in service. 

A, Thomas C. Patrick, Baton Rouge, La. E. v, 4 

9. *Thomas Swan, Baltimore, Md. E. or. i 

H, Hon. Douglas Walworth,! Memphis, Tenn., XX. x^- i 

3 Madison St. 

One year in Harvard and one year in Princeton ; in Confederate 
service four years ; three years on staff of Gen. Clark at Baton Rouge; 





PRINCETON COLLEGE. I9I 




also Adjt. Gen. on Maj. Gen. Martin's staff; Member of Miss. Legis- 
lature in 1859 ^^^ *6o, representing city of Natchez; Editor, of the 
Natchez Comer in 1869 and '70. 

A. Hon. Harry White,! Indiana, Pa. X0. A A. it 

Three years in college ; Lawyer; entered Union Army as Major of 
67th Regt. Pa. Vols.; promoted to Colonel and Brevet Brig. Gen. 
of Vols.; was three and one half years in service; in 1863 sent res- . 
ignation from Libby Prison concealed in a Testament; Member of 
. Pa. State Senate; re-elected to Senate in 1865, serving until 1868; was 
again re-elected and served until 1871; again re-elected and served 
until 1875; a delegate at large to Constitutional Convention in 1872 
and 1873; Member of Congress from 1876 to '8r ; in 1870 was 
Speaker of Pa. Senate ; Vice-Pres. of Indiana County Dcp. Bank, and 
General Attorney for the same. Has published many Speeches and 
Lectures. 




Class of 1855. 

7. *Henry N. Cooper, Claiborne, Ala. A, €v, 2 

r. Horace Y. Evans, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., XX. yS. 11 

1 63 1 Green St. 

M.D. University of Pa.; A.M. Princeton; in Union Army 
as Asst. Surveyor for four and one half years; U. S. Vols., not 
attached to any Regt., except during the first three months of '61, 
when he was with 2d Regular Cavalry ; Fellow of College of Physi- 
cians, Philadelphia; President of Philadelphia County Med. Society; 
Fellow of American Academy of Medicine ; Physician to Charity 
Hospital; was Sui^eon 1st Troop Phila. City Cavalry, '65, '66, *67, 
and at present Surgeon to Phila. and Reading R. R. 

JB, *Wm. C. Inglis, Cheraw, S. C. Z0. r. 10 

B. John T. McMurran, New York City.J XX, (Xv. 6 

E. John C. Orem, Baltimore, Md. XA. 66, 3 

/. Thomas H. Stanton, Natchez, Miss. O. ry. 11 





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Class of^ 1856. 

P. John L. Capwallader, N. Y. City, 68 Wall St. P. vk, 7 

Lawyer. 

n, *Thomas S. Falconer, Prairie Bluflf, Ala. P. (SCf. 5 

/C •Wm. B. Falconer, Prairie Bluff, Ala. XA. ^. 3 

W. *Wm. p. Grier, Philadelphia, Pa. P. /i. 12 

Was Asst. Surgeon in Union Regular Army. Killed by the ex- 
plosion of a boiler on a steamer on the Miss. River, while accompany- 
ing his regiment to Texas, in 1863. 

I. Chas. Evans Haile, Gainesville, Fla. KQ. t, 9 

Served under Gen. Lee in the Confederate Cavalry. 

B. Rev. James T. Leftwich, Baltimore, Md. E. p. i 

/. Samuel W. Oliver, Mobile, Ala.t M. kyj, 2 



Class 0/ iSsy. 

A. *Wm. Bell, Charleston, S. C. /. (Ttc, 6 

W. Cunningham Belton Cureton,! Liberty Hill,S. C. X&. p. 8 

Was two and one half years in college ; Confederate, in 7th Regt. 
Cavalry for four years. 

Z. Anthony Zaarr Kimmell, E. y/3. 4 

New London, Frederick Co., Md. 
Charter graduate of the Law School at Cambridge, Mass. 

JV. Henry Stephenson, Kenilworth, Va. - A. <T€. 5 

Was in Confederate service. 






PRINCETON COLLEGE. 1 93 

Class of 1858. 

^. *Samuel a. Danforth, Alexandria, Va. M. Xv* 11 

I, Hon. John V. L. Findlay, Baltimore, Md., /. it. 3 

St. James' Hotel. 

Lawyer; A.M.; was Director for four years of the B. O. R. R., 
Com.; has been a Member of the Legislature of Md., a Collector 
of Internal Revenue of the U. S., and City Solicitor for the city of 
Baltimore; elected Member of Congress, 1883. 

B. *RoBERT Galt, M.D., Fluvanna Co., Va.t /. rv, 5 

W. Wm. B. Hunt, Columbus, Miss. X&, ip]. 10 

E. *RiCHARD F. Sams, M.D., Beaufort, S. C M. too, 5 




Class of 1859, 
0. Hugh L. Cole, N. Y. City, No. 37 Wall St. XX. <pK. 7 

One year at Univ., N. C; three years at Princeton; A.M. Prince- 
ton/69; A.M. (Honorary) Univ. N. C, '76 ; Lawyer; in Confed. 
service throughout war; Capt. Co. F., 2d N. C. Infy.; on staff of 
Gen. Braxton Bragg at close of war ; Asst. Corporation Counsel of 
N. Y. for five years. 

T, *RoBERT Tarleton, Mobijc, Ala. /. 6a, 3 

N. *Abram Zabriskie, Jersey City, N. J. E. eo, 2 







AiiFHA Sigma, 



■♦♦-•- 



A. A. 
r. THOMAS S. FALCONER. 
Z. ROBERT TARLTON. 

A. 2. 

♦NATHANIEL M. ALSTON. 
♦JAMES L. AVERITT. 

WILLIAM S. CAMPBELL. 

GABRIEL G. DAVIE. 

RICHARD C. GORDON. 

JOHN C. JACOBS. 
♦WILLIAM LITTLE. 

WILLIAM M. SUTTON. 

LEWIS T. THOMPSON. 

JAMES A. WALKER. 







University 
North CARoiiiNA, 



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Class of 1856. 

B, *James Leonidas Averitt, XX, xv, i 

Canton, Madison Co., Miss. 

Planter ; in Confed. detail service for a short time. Died April 
20th, 1881. 

E, Lewis T. Thompson, Canton, Miss. XX. tpv. 8 




C/ass of 1857. 

JI. Gabriel J. Davie, Columbia, Tenn.J XX. B-q, 2 

I. Thomas Norfleet Hill, Halifax, N. C. A. 6rj. 3 

A M. ; one year a Confed. private on detached service ; Solicitor 
for Halifax Co., 1862-6: Clerk and Master in Equity from May, 
1866, for one year; Chairman Criminal Court, Halifax Co., from 1877 
to present time. 

P, John Calvin Jacobs, M.D., XX. cpK, 7 

Rich Square, Northampton Co., N. C. 

M.D. Univ. of Pa.; Farmer; connected with County Government 
since 1861, holding offices of Justice of the Peace, Member Board 
County Commrs., and Asst. Justice of Inferior Court. 

E. John Early Logan, M.D., Greensboro', N. C. /. vk, 8 

M.D. Jeff. Med. Coll., '59; Physician; four years in Confed. serv- 
ice ; Capt. and Asst. Surgeon 14th N. C. Infantry. 





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B, Hon. Robert Nash Ogden,! New Orleans, La., A. vX, 9 

702 St. Charles St. 

Two and one half years in, coll.; Lawyer; in Confed. service on 
Gen. J. P. Major's sta£F ; Speaker of the House of Representatives, 
La. ; Author of " Who Did It ?*" a novel. 

N. Cadwallader Polk, Helena, Ark.t XX, <Tp. 6 

T. William Moring Sutton, XX, Xfi. 12 

Windsor, Bertie Co., N. C. 

Farmer ; two and one half years in Confed. service ; Capt. Co. F, 
68th Regt. N. C. Vols.; Clerk of Bertie Co. Court since 1878; Secy. 
Harden Mfg. Co., Windsor, N. C. 




Class of 1858. 

E, *Nathaniel Macon Alston,! Pittsboro', N. C. A, go, 5 

*. *Edwaro Starkie Jones Bell, P. ^o?. 2 

Bladen Springs, Choctaw Co., Ala. 

Lawyer. Killed while Lieut. Inf. in Confed. service. 

r. William Simpson Campbell,! New Orleans, La., XX. xv, i 

856 St. Charles St. 

Three and one half years in coll.; Merchant and Capitalist; four 
years in Confed. service ; three years in Navy, one year in Cavalry 
with rank of Major. 

n, *WiLLiAM Joseph Foreman, XX. 6tj. 3 

Falkland, Pitt Co., N. C 

Planter; in Confed. service, 15th Regt. N. C. Troops; served in 
Peninsula under Magruder. Died Dec. 27th, 1869. 

E. Richard Cross Gordon,! XX. A/c. n 

Lipscomb, Maury Co., Tenn. 

Two years in coll.; Stock Raiser; three years in Confed. service; 
Major and A. A. Gen. on Gen. Jas. £. Rains' staff ; Director Beaver 
Dam Springs Co. ; Trustee Cross Bridges High School. 





UNIVERSITY NORTH CAROLINA. 1 99 




A. *WiLLiAM Little, M.D., Raleigh, N. C, XX r//. 12 

Cor. Newbern Ave. and Blount St. 

M.D. Univ. City of N. Y., '60, with a certificate of honor for ad- 
vanced studies; Asst Surg. Pettigrew Hosp.; four years Surg, to 
Penitentiary, Raleigh. 

A John McRory Richmond, M.D., St. Joseph, Mo. XX. tr}, 2 

408 St. Francis St. 

A.M. Univ. N. C; M.D. Univ. City of N. Y., *6o; four years Sur- 
geon in Confed. Hospital and Field service; Lecturer on " Genito- 
urinary Diseases," St. Joseph Med. Coll. 

0. James Alves Walker, Wilmington, N. C, XX. <pK. 7 

Orange St., between 4th and 5th. 

In Confed. service throughout war; Private, Co. E., 2d Regt. 
Engineer Troops; connected with Pullman Palace Car Co. since June, 
1868; appointed Supt. Southern Div., Nov., 1874. 




C/ass of 1859. 

JI. Jesse Thompson Boyce, Clarksville, Tenn.J /. ya, 4 

K *John S. BoYLAN,f Raleigh, N. C. Jf2. 7P. 10 

Lieut in a Miss. Regt., Debume's Div. ; wounded in Battle of 
Shiloh and died from the effects. 

(P. * J AMES Green Campbell, M.D.,t Landry Parish, La. A, vK, 7 

Three years in coll.; M.D., '61 ; Brigade Surgeon with rank of 
Major in Confed. service. Died May 8th, 1882. 

T". *Andrew Jackson Costin, Fayetteville, N. C. XX. <r/i. 5 

Bookkeeper ; four years in Confed. service i8th N. C. Regt Died 
Jan. 4th, 1875, set. 44. 

*. *Hon. Basil C. Manly,! Raleigh, N. C. XX. dt}. 3 

Three years in coll. ; Grad. of Law School ; Lawyer ; four years in 
Confed. service ; Major of Artillery and Engineers in army of North- 
em Va. ; Mayor of Raleigh from 1874 until death ; Brig. Gen. com- 
manding State Guards. Died Aug. 15, 1882. 





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UNIVERSITY NORTH CAROLINA. 




/. *Lewis E. Satterwaite, M. xX- i ' 

Washington/Beaufort Co., N. C. 

Died Feb. 9, 1882. 

M. Timothy Walton, Gallatin, Sumner Co., Tenn. M, x^- 6 

Farmer ; four years in Confed. service, two years as private 4th 
Ala. Regt, two years in Cavalry. 



C/ass of 1 860. 



M. po. 12 



^. *WiLLiAM A. Cherry,! Greenville, N. C 

Clerk of Co. Court Died 1868. 

il. *Thomas C. Holliday, Aberdeen, Miss. M. ;|fo. i 

Adjt. nth Miss. Regt., Gen. Davis' Brigade. Killed at Cold 
Harbor, 1864. 

£. ^George Sanders Martin, Columbia, Tenn. £. t/. 4 

Killed in Confed. service. 

T. James O. Moore, Winston, N. C. M. xK. 9 

Civil Engineer. 

*. Reddin Grisham Pittman, Rocky Mount, N. C. M. xk, 7 

Civil Engineer ; Lieut of Engineers in Confed. service. 

A. Samuel Maverick Thompson, Pride's Station, Ala. £1, t, 3 
P. *William Augustus Wooster, Wilmington, N. C. M. xo. i 

Lawyer; Lieut. Co. I, i8th N. C. Regt., Confed. service. Killed at 
Malvern Hill, seven days battle, '6a. 







Class of 1861. 
E, Tours Loire Bacot,! Columbia, S. C. A. vrj, 7 

Left coll. first part senior year ; in Confed. service throughout war; 
Private Cav. service; detailed for Signal Service in and about 
Charleston, S. C, until evacuation. 

2, William Robert Bond, M. vy. 8 

Scotland Neck, Halifax Co., N. C. 
Farmer ; 2d, afterwards ist Lieut, of 43d N. C. Troops and A. D. C. 
to Gen. Junius Daniel 





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201 





^. Thomas C. Bowie, Bayou Teche, La.J E. v. 3 

^. *Thomas CowAN,t Wilmington, N. C M. ijtj. 10 

Two years in coll.; attended lectures, Med. Dept., Univ. of N. Y., 
i859-*6o, i860-' I ; left before graduation to enlist in Col. Robt. H. 
Cowan's Company, Light Artillery. Died June 1 861, set. 21. 

V, *Bennett Planner, Jr.,t Wilmington, N. C. M. r?. 5 

One and one half years in coll. ; Mining business; Lieut, in Moore's 
Battery of Light Artillery, Confed. Died at Dos Cabazas, Ariz. Ter., 
March 16, 1882. 

n. Fabius Julius Haywood, M.D., Raleigh, N. C. M. XX- 6 

A.M. ; M.D. Bellevue; in Confed. service throughout war; Adjt. 5th 
N. C. Infantry ; Prcs. Raleigh Academy of Medicine. 

E. William Van Wyck, New York City, 9 W. 42d St. M. w, 12 

A.M.; Lawyer, 71 Broadway; Counsel Senate Com. on Codification 
of Laws, State of N. Y. 

^. Joshua Grainger Wright, Wilmington, N. C. M. 11, 5 

Clerk; four years in Confed. service; Lieut, ist N. C. State Troops. 

Class of 1862. 

4>. George Outlaw Cherry,! Galveston, Tex., M. da, 4 

Cor. Bath Ave. and P St. 

Three years in coll.; Merchant; in Confed. service throughout 
war; twenty months in prison ; Capt. 4th N. C. Regt. 

E, James H. ExuM,t Goldsboro', N. C. £1. 10. 6 

Lawyer. 

E. James H. PoLK,f Ashwood, Maury Co., Tenn. M, no, 4 

Left coll. after two years to enter Confed. army ; in service through- 
out war; Capt. Co. E, ist Regt. Tenn. Cav., Armstrong's Brigade, 
Van Dom's Corps; Planter at Polk's Landing, Tunica Co., Miss., for 
last twelve years. 

n, *Lawson W. SYKES,t Aberdeen, Miss. M. (r«. 5 

Three and one half years in coll. ; left to enter Confed. service ; 
A. D. C. to Gen. John Gregg; in service three years. Wounded be- 
fore Richmond and died Aug. 31, 1864. 





202 UNIVERSITY NORTH CAROLINA. 




Class of 1863. 
77. Titus William Carr, Snow Hill, Green Co., N. C X.X, trj, 1 

Merchant and Farmer; two years in Confed. service; 2d Lieut. 
67th Regt. N. C. Troops. 

P. * Jesse D. Franklin, Early Grove, Miss. A. X/i. 12 

Died about 1875. 

^, *Charles G. Martin, Columbia, Tenn. I. vk. 7 

A. D. C.xon Gen. Pillow's Staflf. Killed in Ala. 

E. Hon. Augustus Minton Moore,! P. vX. 3 

Edenton, Chowan Co., N. C. 

Two years in colL; Lawyer; in Confed. service throughout war; 
Private, afterward Sergt. Maj., Co. A, ist N. C. Regt.; elected ist 
Lieut. Light Battery, '62; detailed for staff duty in the field, '64; 
Judge Advocate Gen. Bragg's Dept., '65, General Court Martial; 
surrendered to Sherman, Greensboro', '65 ; Clerk and Master in Equity, 
Chowan Co., '66, '67 and '68 ; Chairman .Board Co. Commrs., '72, '73 
and '74; Delegate Constitutional Conv. of N. C, '71; Mayor of 
Edenton, '76 ; declined State Solicitorship, first Circuit, '72, also State 
Senatorship, '76; Rep. Cand. for Atty. Gen., N. C, '80; Special 
Atty. Eliz. City and Norfolk R. R. 

r. Benjamin T. Powell, Camden, Ark. /2. 6t^, 9 

Class of I864. 

!r. RuFUS J. PoLK,t Little Rock, Ark. P. <p/c. 11 

One year in coll. ; Speculator ; three years Capt in Confed. service. 

P. James Law Richmond,! Buckhead, Fairfield, S. C. /. r//. 7 

One year in coll.; Teacher; left colL to enter Confed. service, 
private in 6th S. C. Infantry ; 18 months Courier for Gen. Longstreet; 
lost right leg at Petersburg, Va., Aug. , '64 ; Commr. Fairfield Co. 







AiiPHA Kappa, 



>• • 



A. A. 

r. JOHN W. HOYT. 
Z. FRED. S. BARNUM. 

A. E. 

CHARLES A. JAMES. 
♦WILLIAM H. LIVINGSTON. 
FRANCIS MARKOE, Jr. 
SAMUEL MAXWELL, Jr. 
EDWIN B. MEEKS. 
CHARLES W. PLYER. 







CoiiliBGE! OF THE 

City of New York, 



• ♦ •- 



Class of 1857. 

B, Rev. Samuel Maxwell, New York City.J X,'K. rv, 5 

^. Frank Platt, New York City.J /. 600, 3 

N. *Sylvester Van Deusen, New York City. XA. ats, 4 



Class of 1858. 

r, Charles A. James, New York City.J XX. 600, i 

/. Charles W. Plyer, Trumansburg, N. Y. XX. r\q}, 10 

S. James T. Sturges, New York City.J X0. \v, 9 

^. Peter D. Sturges, New York City.J X. (r. 12 




Class of 1859. 

H. Alfred M. Hearn, New York City.J XX. ^«. 5 

^. Charles H. Stebbins, New York City, XX. it}. 7 

46 Exchange Place. 
Banker. 





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Class of i860. 

n, Hon. Stephen Burdett Hyatt, New York City, A, 6(f. 4 

94 East loth St. 

A.M., LL.B.; Attj. and Counsel for the Lake Shore R. R. Co., 
Buffalo and N. Y. Pipe Line Co., and for several Fire Insurance Com- 
panies ; Judge of the Marine Court of N. Y. City; entered into office 
Feb. 1st, 1882; served in the 7th Regt. N. G. S. N. Y., 1862 ; was in 
Maryland three months, and also with 3d Army Corps for one month 
in 1863 ; Member Am. Numismatic and Archaeological Society. 

S. Ralph M. Hyde, New York City, 59 Second St. 2. <Tt, 5 

2, JosiAH James, New York City.J E. X(T. 11 

B. Francis Marroe, Baltimore, Md., XX. v(T, 9 

224 North Calvert St. 

General Agent for Penn. Mutual Ins. Co. of Philadelphia, and 
Editor Baltimore Daily News ; served as a Private for one year, 
June, '61 to '62, in Co. H, ist Maryland Infantry, Confederate States 
Army; commissioned as Lieut, and Capt., and served the balance of 
the war as staff officer with Brig. Gen. Marcy Gregg, in Va., and Maj. 
Gen. Mercer, in Georgia ; was Gen. Beauregard's Signal Officer dur- 
ing eleven months of the siege of Charleston, S. C. ; served on staff of 
Lieut. Gen. S. D. Lee, in Ala., Miss, and Ga., until Sept., '64; served 
during the remainder of the war on the staff of Maj. Gen. John B. 
Goodin, Comdt. 2d Corps Army of N. Virginia (Stonewall's), and sur- 
rendered with him at Appomattox Court House, April 9th, 1865 ; 
published The Enquirer, a weekly journal in Baltimore, from Dec, 
1872, to Aug., 1877, when it became the Baltimore Daily News, 

L Edwin B. Meeks, New York City, 30 Vesey St. XX, vt. 8 

A. David Mitchell Morrison,! XA, 6v. 3 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 18 Monroe Place. 

Three years in college; Banker, office 17 Wall St., N. Y. City; 
Captain on staff, 3d Brigade N. Y. S. N. G. With 7th N. Y. S. N. G. 
at Baltimore for a short time. 

*. Charles D. White, New York City.J XO. <p(p, 7 





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207 




/. Joseph L. R. Wood, New York City, XA. tctc, 12 

47 West 32d St. 
B.S.; M.S. 1865, from College of City of New York; Business, 
115 Nassau St, N. Y. City. 



C/ass of 1 861. 
Z. *WiLLiAM H. Livingston, New York City. 



XX. TV, s 




Class of i%(>2. 

H. William H. Everitt, New York City. X, tf. 2 

n, *JoHN McClellan Sutherland, New York City. A, vv,.^ 

M.A.; Lawyer. Died in New York City, March 4, 1869. 

*. J. Converse Webb, New York City. A. 66, 12 

Class of 1863. 
r. George C. Clark, N. Y. City, 7 West 37th St. X0. i6, 5 

Banker; Director of Louisville and Nashville Railroad; Director 
Norfolk and Western R. R.; Director Evansville and Terre Haute 
R. R.; Director Continental Nat. Bank. 

A. GiRAUD Elsworth, New York City, 71 E. 112th St. E. tr. 7 
Clerk. 

-2. Francis P. Gleason, New York City. 

jB. Leonard J. Gordon, Jersey City, N. J. 

T, Thomas B. Harrison, New York City.J 

JK. Hon. Ambrose Monell, New York City, 

152 East 6ist St. 

A.M.; Lawyer; United States Loan Commissioner; Justice of the 
Seventh District Court of the City of New York. 

J. Henry S. Steele, N. Y. City, 717 Lexington Ave. X. /c<r. x 
Office, 60 Broadway. 



XX X/i. 9 

£■. v/J. 4 

/. £A. 2 

E. p)ji. 12 





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COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 




H, *Barberie Woodburn Throckmorton, E^ ku 6 

Jersey City, N. J., 296 Varick St. 

LL.B. Harvard Law School; Lawyer, office 145 Broadway, N. Y. ; 
served as a Private in 22d Regt., N. Y., during the Gettysbuiig; cam- 
paign ; published works consisting mostly of orations. Died at Jersey 
City, N. J., Nov. 19, 1882. 

E, A. K. Van Vleck, New York City. E. xo. 4 

Z. E. B. Webster, New York City. 2. x<f- 1 1 

Lieut. U. S. A. 



C/ass of 1864. 

N, M. De Socarrez, Havana, Cuba. 

^. Nicholas P. Trist, New Orleans, La. 

H, Eugene Wells, Rhinebeck, N. Y. 



E, VK. 3 

E. vp. 8 

/. p, 10 




Class of 1865. 

A. Andrew Hays Cargill,! Poughkeepsie, N. Y., X©. <r. 7 

Office No. 2 Nassau St., N. Y. City. 
Three years in college; Broker; served in Confederate States 
Army, 8th Texas Field Battery, three years ; has been Deputy U. S. 
Marshal, Arizona, and Postmaster, Castle Dome, Arizona ; Vice Pres- 
ident Castle Dome Mining and Smelting Co. 

Class of 1866. 

*. Howard Cocks Dickinson,! New York City, A, <r<r. i 

49 East 19th St. 

Three years in college ; Banker. 

Class of 1867. 

-B. Francis Markoe Scott, N. Y. City, 2. a, 1 

No. 2 West 37th St. 

A.M., LL.B. Col. College Law School; Lawyer; Counsel for N. Y. 
Cotton Exchange. 





COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 



209 





C/ass of 1S6S. 

E. Thomas K. Cruse, M.D., -2. (r. i 

Wappingers Falls, Dutchess Co., N. Y. 
A.M.; Physician and Surgeon ; House Surgeon Bellevue Hospital, 
1870 and '71; Surgeon White Star Line Steamer, 1871 ; Surgeon 
Bellevue Hospital Bureau of Relief for out-door Poor, 1871 to 1873 ; 
published one $100 Prize Essay, " Rupture of the Bladder," in Med, 
Record^ '71 ; |ioo Prize Essay, " Injuries to Wrist," in Trans. N. Y. 
State Med. Soc., *74 ; "CEdema of Lungs," N, Y, Med, ^^irr., June, 
'71; "Treatment of Fractures at Bellevue Hospital," N, K. Med, 
Rec,^ '72 ; "A New Definition for Insanity," Psychological Journal^ 
'72 ; Ancient Medicine," Psychological Journal^ '72, and numerous 
other Essays and Reviews ; appointed Prof, of Gen. and Urinary 
Diseases, Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1882. 

Class of i%70. 

-B. John Howard Montgomery, XQ, kB. i 

Flushing, Queens Co., N. Y. 

LL.B.; Atty. and Counsellor at Law. 

J. Charles D. Newton,! N. Y. City, 26 West 21st St. 2. (S, i 

Two years in college ; Chief Clerk, Passenger Department D., L. 
and W. R. R. Co. 

T, Joseph Henry Sterling,! N. Y. City, XX. kcq. i 

5 East 77 th St. 

Three years in college ; Stock Broker, office 30 Broad St, N. Y. 
City; Member of New York Stock Exchange. 

r. Allan Lee Smidt, N. Y. City, 26 Broad St. A, kO. i 

B.S.; Counsellor at Law. 

Class of 1871. 

J. William Kincaid Baxter, N. Y. City, P. aoo. i 

577 Lexington Ave. 

Business 11 x Cliff St. 

E. VK. I 



-B. *Edward Shipley, N. Y. City. 





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COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 




Class (7/1872. 

K. Harry Dodge Cooper, N. Y. City, P. ici. i 

288 Madison Ave. 
B.S.; Importer. 

T, Frank Falconer Dickinsoi*,! N. Y. City, X0. kQ. i 

1002 Madison Ave. 

Two years in college : Banker and Broker, office 42 Broad Street, 
N. Y. City ; Member of N. Y. Stock Exchange ; Member of N. Y. 
Mining Stock Exchange ; Member of Firm of J. C. Walcott & Co. 

M. Hamilton V. Meeks, N. Y. City, 30 Vesey St. X <yi. i 

A. William Morris Protheroe,! N. Y. City, -TQ. ap. i 

32 West 19th St. * 

Two years and a half at college. 



Class of 1873. 

H. Thomas C. Doremus, Jr., New York City, -2. aK. i 

Astor House. 

Secretary Newfoundland Railway Construction Company. 

iV. Charles E. Goodhue, N. Y. City, -2. iQ, i 

159 East 34th St. 



Clerk. 



2. ift I 




-2. George R. Harlev,! Titusville, Pa. 

Three years in college ; Broker in Petroleum. 

Z. James Lynch Montgomery,! N. Y. City, P. K(y. i 

49 East 44th St. 

Three years at college ; two years at School of Mines ; Broker ; 
Treas. and Sec. of various church oiganizations ; Manager of P. S. R. 
Steam Engine Co. 

H. Randolph Foster Purdy,! N. Y. City, X0. icp. i 

288 Madison Ave. 

Two years in college ; Banker and Broker of firm of Stout & Co., 
25 Broad Street. 






AliPHA IJPSIIiON, 



•♦• 



A. 2. 

r. JOHN M. RICHMOND. 
Z. HAMLIN BEATTIE. 

A. T. 

ABSALOM BLYTHE. 
ROBT. P. DUNCAN. 
WM. E. EARLE. 
ALEXANDER S. LIDE. 
YOUNG J. POPE. 
HAZEL F. SCAIFE. 
WM. C. SCOTT. 
THOMAS M. SMITH. 







FuRMAN University, 



■♦♦♦■ 




Class of 1858. 

-2. *WiLLiAM BEATTiE,t Grecnville, S. C. P. y* 9 

Two years at Funnan Univ. ; three years at Univ. Va.; Merchant ; 
Sergt. in Hampton Legion. Died Aug. 15th, 1882. 

/. James F. Dargan, Kingstree, S. C. P. o. .12 

Lawyer; four years as first Lieut 1st Regt S. C. Artillery (Confed.). 

H. Robert P. Duncan, Memphis, Tenn. /. 5o. 10 

Lawyer. 

-2. Charles M. Furman, Greenville, S. C. /. x^' i 

Lawyer; four years as Capt. in i6th S. C. Infantry (Confed.); 
Prof, of Math., i869-'74, and of Nat. Sci., 1874-77, ii^ Bethel Coll., 
Russelville, Ky. ; now Trial Justice, Greenville, S. C. 

B. Alexander S. Lide, Darlington. S. C-t -f. ^. 4 

In Confed. service. 

r. *Rev. Thomas H. Pope, Laurens C. H., S. C. /. (^7. 3 

Baptist Minister; Pastor at Newberry and Laurens, S. C; in 3d 
S. C. Infantry (Confed.). Died 1875. 

Class of 1859. 
K, Rev. Elijah W. Horne, Ridge Spring, S. C. 2. yo, 1 1 

A.M. Furman Univ.; Baptist Minister at Ridge Spring, Mount 
Pleasant, and Dry Creek, S. C, 1856-71 ; Pleasant Grove, Mo., 1872- 
'75 ; Savoy and Mount Zion, Texas, 1875-6 ; Mount Pleasant and 
Philippi, S. C, 1877-81; Capt. Co. A., 19th S. C. Infy. (Confed.); 
now Notary Public and Deputy Surveyor of S. Cr 





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FURMAN UNIVERSITY. 




H. Hon. William H. Perry, Greenville, S. C. M. i<r. 6 

A. B. Howard Coll., Mass.; Lawyer; two years first Lieut ad 
S. C. Cavalry (Confed.); Solicitor 8th Judicial Dist,S, C, four years; 
now State Sen. for Greenville Co., S. C. 

T, Hazel F. Scaife, Spartanburg, S. C. /. ^. 7 

Merchant 



Class of i860. 



/. pv. 12 




S. Peter C. Dozier, Santa Rosa, Cal. 

Superintendent of Education. 

M: John Scott Hughson, M.D., Sumpter, S. C L on. 4 

Three years Furman Univ.; M.D. Med. Coll., S. C; four years as 
Private in Hampton Legion, 2d S. C. Cav. Regt. (Confed.); now 
Grand Dictator Knights of Honor, S. C. 

-B. Young J. Pope, Newberry, S. C. /. X- 8 

Lawyer; Adjutant of 3d Regt. S. C. Vols. 

S. Rev. Wm. Bailey Royall,! Wake Forest Coll., N. C. I 6X. 3 

Three years Furman Univ.; two years W. F. Coll.; A.M. W. F. 
Coll.; Baptist Minister; Prof, of Greek W. F. Coll.; Pastor of 
Forrestville, N. C, Baptist Ch. since Jan., 1874; since 1871 Sec. and 
Treas. of N. C. Baptist Board of Ed. ; in Manigault's S. C. Battalion, 
i86i-*62 ; 55th N. C. Regt, 1862-5. 

H, Wm. M. Scarborough, Columbia, S. C.J -f» X^- i 

Z. ♦John C. Calhoun Sparks, Cornal, Texas. /. x<^- i 

Sergt. Hampton Legion (Confed.); complimented by Gen. R. E. Lee 
for gallantry, in an order read before the Army of N. Va. Killed in 
action at Cattlett's Station, Va., Jan. 6, 1863. 

*. Alexander S. Townes, Greenville, S. C. XX. cj. 1 

Served four years as Private in N. Va. Hampton Legion (Confed.); 
Pres. Cherokee Fcm. Coll., Rome, Ga., 1874-5 ; Prin. High School, 
Edgefield Co., S. C, i875-'8 ; Pres. Greenville Fem. Coll. from 1878 
to present time. 





PURMAN UNIVERSITY. ^15 

Class of 1861. 

H. Thomas S. Adams, Clinton, La4 /. f^. 2 

/. Absalom Blvthe, Greenville, S. C. /. Y' 9 

Lawyer; Lieut. 2d S. C. Cavalry, 186 1-5 (Confed.); Ed. Green- 
ville, S. C, Republican, 1874-5 ; formerly Atty. for G. & C. and Air 
Line Railways; Solicitor and Pros. Atty. Western S. C. Circuit, 1872- 
'6 ; now U. S. Marshal for Dist. of S. C. 

/. *James J. David, Greenville, S. C. /. «<y. 2 

First Lieut. i6th S. C. Infantry ; three years in service. Killed in 
action at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864. 

B, Wm. E. Earle, Washington, D. C, I. v. 11 

1328 New York Ave. 

Lawyer; Maj. C. T. Artillery (Confed.); Late Asst. U. S. Atty. for 
S. C, and Solicitor Air Line Railway. 

r. *James F. Furman, M.D., Greenville, S. C. -2. sX. 2 

M.D. Atlanta, Ga., Med. ColL; Lieut. White's Battalion Artillery 
(Confed.); four years in service. Died 1880. 

^. *Thomas p. Gaines, Greenville, S. C D.. Xa, 9 

Killed in Confed. service. 

i^. *Samuel J. Nettles, Darlington, C H., S. C /. ya. n 

Farmer. In Confed. service. Died 1878. 

A. *Charles C. O'Neil, Greenville, S. C P. ^v. 2 

In Confed. service, S. C. Vols. Killed at Kenesaw Mountain, 
June, 1864. 

*. William C Scott, M.D., Beaufort, C. H., S. C-t I- ^T. 3 
r. Benjamin F. Swearingen, Edgefield, S. C. - -XX (re, 5 

Merchant 







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FURttAN UNIVERSITY. 




Class of 1862. 

iV. Anthony W. Doziek, Williamsburg, S. C.J 

E. *James E. Lide, Darlington C H., S. C. . 
In Confed. service. Died Nov., 1862. 

Z. Rev. Charner T. Scaife, Union, S. C 

Baptist Minister. 

E. Robert W. Seymour, Charleston, S. Ct 
fi. Thomas M. Smith, Edgefield C. H., S. C.J 



M. OK. 12 
L \. 10 



0. yX. II 



Class of 1863. 
AT. John E. Beattie,! Greenville, S. C. 

Commercial Traveler. 

-ff. *Thomas E. Davenport, Brunswick, Ga. M. v<r. 4 

Lawyer; Mayor of Brunswick at time of death, Nov., 1876. 

S. *James M. Duncan, Greenville, S. C /. ad. i 

In Confed. service. Died in Arkansas, 1872. 

H, Hon. Thomas Lake MooRE,t Ninety-Six, S. C XQ. kl a 

Two years Furman Univ.; Farmer; four years in Confed. service ; 
First Lieut 2d S. C. Vols. ; Member S. C. House of Representatives. 

A. Edward G. Roberts, Atlanta, Ga., 49 Peachtree St. 2, ocrf, 4 
Merchant. 




Class of 1864, 

A. *Oliver N. BuTLER,t Augusta, Ga. P. na. la 

Three years in coll.; Lawyer; Lieut. Cav., Hampton Legion, Army 
N.Va. Died 1874. 

9. Thomas H. Broome, Femandina, Fla.| /. vu 9 






FURMAN UNIVERSITY. 



217 



H. *Wylie H. Duncan, Washington, Ga. 

Farmer; in Confed. service. Died Nov. 23d, 1881. 

9. John Calhoun Willingham, Beaufort, S. C.J 

Class of 1867. 



P. yK, 1 1 



P. ytc, II 




K. *Rev. John H. Dargan, Darlington, S. C 0. dv, 3 

Baptist Minister; Private S. C. Corps of Cadets, Coufed. Died 
1877. 

T, Melville Dozier, Williamsburg, S. C.J 0. (XB. 5 

B. D. TowNSEND Smith, Greenville, S. C. 0. ttoo, 12 

Before war three years in Univ. of S. C, afterwards one year in 
Furman ; in Confed. service three and one half years ; Private Wash- 
* ington Artillery; Prof. Ancient Languages, Furman Univ., 1869-81. 

H. George G. Wells, Greenville, S. C. X&, too. 5 

Grad. State Military Acad., S. C; Lawyer; Capt State Cadets, 
also N. C. Troops Confed. service ; Member Board of Trustees, Fur. 
Univ.; Atty. for Air Line R. R. 

Class 0/ 1S6S. 
K, James Pierson Allen, U. S. Coast Survey. L nu 5 

Civil Engineer on Atlantic Coast Survey near Boston, Mass. 

A, *James B. Davis, Greenville, S. C. O. Ka. i 

In 15th S. C. Regt., Confed. 

H, Hon. Joseph H. Earle, Sumpter, S. C. 2. U 9 

Lawyer; Member of S. C. House of Rep. three years; now State 
Senator of Sumpter, S. C. 

/. Samuel Furman,! Fort Worth, Tex., 0. (Srf. 6 

Cor. Taylor and 13th Sts. 

Two years Furman Univ.; Law and Real Estate Business; four 
years in Confed. service ; School Director, Tarrant Co., since 1873 ; 
' State prosecuting Atty. since '76. 





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FURMAN UNIVERSITY. 




M. /ex. 2 



XG. V. II 



iV. John McI. Furman, Belton, Bell Co., Tex. 

Lawyer; in Confed. service. 

iP. Rev. Thomas W. Hart, Darlington, S. C. 

Baptist Minister. 

S. John F. Laneau, Lexington, Mo., no South St. M. nn, 5 

A.M. Bayler Univ., Tex.; Grad. S. C. Military Acad.; Teacher; 
Capt. Cav., Hampton Legion, Confed., '61 ; Lieut, of Engineers at 
close of war in Hampton Legion ; Tutor and Professor Furman Univ., 
'56-*68; Professor Williams Jewell Coll., Liberty, Mo., '68-'73; 
President of A. C. Fern. Coll, '73-79; President Baptist Fern. ColL, 
Lexington, Mo., since '79. 



Class of 1869. 

n. Edmund Bacon,! Spartanburg, S. C. M. va. 8 

Three years in colL; Book-keeper ; short time in Confed. service. 
0. William K. Lide, Darlington, S. Ct O, yV* i^ 

iZ Samuel Maulden,! Greenville, S. C. P. p. i 

Three and one half years in coll.; Farmer; short time in S. C 
Corps of Cadets, Confed. ; now Pres. Greenville and Laurens R. R. 

T. Jno. M. Miller, Edgefield, S. C. 0. (Tgd. 6 

H, D. Strother Pope, Newberry, S. C.J /. ytf- 4 




Class of 1870. 
H. Hon. John J. Dargan,! Sumpter, S. C P. tftj. 10 

One year in coll. ; Lawyer ; six months as Private 3d S. C. Troops, 
Confed. ; Member S. C. House of Representatives three years ; Editor 
Watchman and Southetrur, Sumpter, S. C, '76-79 ; now Solicitor 3d 
Judicial Dist, S. C. 

H, Wm. p. Dargan, Darlington, S. C.J P. vv. 9 






FURMAN UNIVERSITY. 219 

Z. Charles C. Fuller,! ^- ^V- 7 

Long Miers, Edgefield Co., S. C. 

One year in coll. ; Farmer and Merchant. 

H. James H. Taylor,! Greenville, S. C. I py. 12 

Two years in colL; Deputy Sheriff; second Lieut. i6th S. C. Vols., 
Confed.; four years School Commissioner, Greenville Co., S. C. 



Class of 1871. 

J. Arthur M. Huger, Charleston, S. C. /. in. 7 

T, RoBT. J. Latta, Alma, N. C. A, }x, 9 

Civil Engineer. 

*. Wm. F. Mobly, Johnston's, Edgefield Co., S. C. P. (Sgo. 6 

Farmer. 

T. Hon. John C. Sheppard, Edgefield C. H., S. C. A, Xv, n 

Three and one half years in coll.; Lawyer; Member S. C. Legisla- 
ture since 1876; Speaker of House, i877-'82; Lieut. Gov. of S. C. 

T. Lafayette Sheppard, Greenwood, S. C A. vv, 3 



Class of 1872. 

E. Rev. Edwin C. Dargan, Petersburg, Va., S. to. 7 

159 High St. 

AM. Fur. Univ.; Grad. Southern Baptist Theol. Sem.; Minister; 
Trustee HoUins Inst.; charge in Roanoke Co., Va., iSyy-'Si; now 
in first Baptist Ch., Petersburg. 

T. K. K. Huger, Charleston, S. C. X. \t. 9 

M. William E. Prescott, M.D., -4. t^v. 9 

Trenton, Edgefield Co., S. C. 
Physician. 

H. A. Washington Roach, Edgefield, S. C.J P. Sp. 3 






220 



FURXAX rxnTEItSTTY. 




/' Waltee D. Tot, Norfolk, Va. 

StadcBt at UnircTBtj of Va. 

Z. Robert A. Wilds,^ Mechanksrille, S. C 
Two and one balf jcais ia coIL; Fa 



£.cA. 



XO. 7A. 10 



Z. Rev. Robert W, Lide, £. art. 5 

Leavensworth, Darlington Co^ S. C. 

Baptist Minister; ia chaxge Bapt. Clmiciies^ Antiodi and Bla^ 
Crocky S« C 

H. •Robert H. Perry, Greenville, S. C. E. a. i 

Died June, 1875. 



Cla^s of 1874. 
P. C. Prescott De Vore, M.D., Edgefield C. H., S. C. P. o. 2 

Physician. 

/. Theron Earle, Greenville, S. C ^. <rA,. 6 

P.B. of Fnrman Univ. ; Dmggist ; GnuL Chem. and Fharm. Univ. 
ofVa. 



Class of 1875. 
U. Rev. Eldred J. Forrester, Tuskeegee, Ala, 

Baptist Minister. 

K, Evan Pugh LiDE,f Darlington, S. C. 

Two years in coll. ; Farmer. 

-B. Wm. Harriss Irvine, Greenville, S. C. 

Lawyer. 



E. XV- 8 



E. tfT. 4 



I yy. 9 






FURMAN UNIVERSITY. 221 




Class of 1876. 
E, John Maxwell KEELs,f Pendleton, S. C. E, ffe. 3 

Three years in coll.; Fanner. 

M. Charles J. Woodruff,! Hartsville, S. C. X©. na. 12 

Two years Fur. Univ. ; two years Howard Coll., Ala. ; Merchant ; 
now Postmaster, Hartsville, S. C. 

Class of 1877. 
-2. Charles B. Edwards, Darlington, S. C. E, <po, 7 

Merchant 

r, William F. S aunders,! Ouray, Col. X©. \k, i i 

Two years Fur. Univ.; Editor. 

Class of 1878. 

H. Morris Bloomfield, Baltimore, Md., X. kk. a 

132 Madison St. 

A.M. Fur. Univ.; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins Univ.; Associate Prof, of 
Sanskrit, Johns Hopkins Univ. 

P. William Capers Miller,! Charleston, S. C, XO. ^(T, 8 

Cor. Hudson and Meeting Sts. 
Three years in coll ; Lawyer. 

Class of 1879. 
/. Rev. Joseph Quincy Adams, Greenville, S. C. XX, at. 4 

Baptist Minister; P. B. of Fur. Univ. 

jRl. Edgar C. Haynesworth, Sumpter, S. C. XQ, aO. i 

Three years in coll. ; Principal, Bishopville School, 1880 ; Teacher 
in Johnston School, 1881 ; short time Asst. Ed. Claremlon Mnttrprise. 






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T. Harry J. Hayneswortm, Manning, S. C 

P.B. of Far. Univ. ; Principal Manning Academj. 

E. J. O. WALKER,t YorkviUe, S. C. 
Three years in coll.; Farmer. 



XX. xo. I 



X©. ic<r. 2 



Class of 1 88a 

r. Robert C. Blanding,! Sumpter, S. C. X©. (f. 8 

Three years Fur. Uniy.; now student at Colnmbia, S. C, Agric 
and Lit Coll. 

P. James L. Edwards,! Mechanicsvilley S. C, 

Two years in colL; Merchant 

*. Scrimzeam M. FuRMAN,t Foit Worth, Tex., 

Two years in colL ; Merchant 

-2. Joseph J. Lawton,! Allendale, S. C. 

Two years in coll.; Merchant 
*. J. M. Spann, Sumpter, S. C. 
A, W. CuTTiNO Wilbur, Charleston, S. C. 

Dentist 



X©. o. lo 



L o. lo 



X©. 117. 7 
X©. <r. 8 







Class of 1 88 1. 

H, Talbert W. ADAMS,t Greenville, S. C. 

One year in colL ; Printer. 

S. A. Lewis Blanding, M.D.,t Sumpter, S. C. 

Three and one half years Fur. Univ. ; Physician. 

A, Taliaferro D. Earle, Landrum, S. C 

Farmer; P.B. of Furman Univ. 

B. Davis Furman, M.D.,f Greenville, S. C. 

Physician. 



X©. vv. 3 
Xft/1.5 



O. ^f . 8 



XX. qfK. 7 



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Class of 1882. 
T, Joseph B. Earle, Gowensville, S. C. 

AM. of Fttnnan Univ. 



E. <rr. 6 



M. MiLLiDGE W. RANKiN,t Aiken C H., S. C A. x^- i 

Three years Fur. Univ. ; now student TheoL Sem., Louisville, Ky. 



C/ass of 1883. 

r. John Terrell Douglass, Bennettsville, S. C. 0. ^y ^ 

/. James M. Harris,! Manor, Travis Co., Tex. 0. XY* ^ 

Two years in colL ; now Student, Washington Lee Univ., Va. 

^. John M. Manly, Greenville, S. C. A, ^(T. 8 

H, M. P. TROTTER,t X®. QO. 6 

Merchants P. O., Edgefield Co., S. C. 

Farmer. 



Class of 1884. 



Z. H. Cleveland Beattie, Greenville, S. C 

Clerk in Bank. 



E. y^. II 




2. P. H. Goldsmith, Greenville, S. C 
P. RoBT. G. Patrick, Greenville, S. C 

A, Alexander M. Redfearn, Long Pines, S. C. 

One year -Fur. Univ.; now at Wake Forrest ColL, N. C. 

B, Geoffrey J. Redfearn, Chesterfield C. H., S. C XQ, s, i 

One year at Fur. Univ. ; now at Vanderbilt Univ., Tenn. 



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E. Robert Steele, Granitville, S. C. XA. XP- i 

One year in coll.; Manufacturer. 

2. Haviland Stevenson, Aiken, S. C XQ. itj. 7 

One year in coll. ; now Student, Washington Lee Univ., Va. 



Class of 1%^$. 

*. Archibald H. Douglass, Bennettsville, S. C. XX, S. 11 

H. Geo. W. Douglass, Bennettsville, S. C. X&. po. 12 

H. Abner L. Whatlev, Aiken, S. C. /. A17. 7 







AiiPHA Beta, 




• • • 



A. 2. 

B. JOHN M. RICHMOND. 
N. JAMES A. WALKER. 

A. B. 

SAMUEL M. BANKS. 
HALLOWAY L BIRD. 
ROBERT J. FULTON. 
JAMES L. MARTIN. 
ISAAC ROSSER. 
WILLIAM C. SCOTT. 
JAMES G. WHITE. 
JAMES W. WRENN. 






univer8itt of 
South CaroliIna. 



• ♦ • 



Class of 1858. 

^. Hallow AY I. Bird, Edgefield Village, S. CJ 

Z. Isaac Rosser, Camden, S. CJ 

B. William C. Scott, Columbia, S. C.J 

r, James G. White, Sumpter, S. C.J 



O. £.4 

O. //. II 

0. A. 7 

0. 1.6 



CAzi"^ ^ 1859. 

iT. Samuel M. Banks, Chester, S. C.J 

n. Robert J. Cunningham, Kershaw Dist, S. Cj 

E, Robert J. Fulton, Williamsburg, S. C.J 

iP. Christopher S. Wilson, Chester, S. C.J 



0. V. 3 
0. ap, I 
0. o. 12 
0. av, 4 




C/^^J- t?/" i860. 

n. •William White, Columbia, S. C. O. dp. 3 

Student of Medicine; in Confed. army; first Sergeant 2d S. C. 
Vols.; orderly Seigt. Columbia Greys. Died in his tent at Camp 
Camden, near Centreville, Va., aged 20 years. 

4^. James L. Martin, Charleston, S. Cj O. /c. 8 

n, James W. Wrenn, Gainsville, Ala.J 0. u 5 





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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 





Class of 1861. 

H. John T. Bynum, Richland Dist., S. C-t 0« ^«. 7 

iP. John K. Davis, Columbia, S. Cj ' 0. /car. 9 

University of S. C. closed during Civil War. 

Cl(iss of 1867. 
H, Hon. Llewellyn H. Bowles, Troy, Ala., Elm St. X0. v. 4 

B.L. So. Ca. University; Lawyer; at fifteen years of age enlisted 
on Confed. side, in Co. G, 3d Georgia Vols., April, 1861; lost left arm 
at battle of Malvern Hill, July ist, 1862 ; served fourteen months ; 
Member of State Senate, Ala. ; for four years Editor of Troy Messenger, 

B. J. T. Dargan, Shreveport, La. J XQ. x- i 

B. D. Z. Dantzler, Orangeburg, S. C. XX. A. 6 

/. F. C. FuRMAN, Milledgeville, Ga. XQ. vir. 3 

*. S. S. Johnstone, Charleston, S. CJ XA. p(r. 8 

n. Rev. John Thomas McBryde, XA. <r<y. 6 

Henderson, Rusk Co., Texas. 

Presbyterian Minister; in Confed. army, Co. B, Orr's ist S. C. 
Rifles; three years in service ; Pastor of Church, Mobile, Ala., 1872- 
'75; Americus, Ga., '75-78; Bainbridge, Ga., '78-'8i. 

*. G. H. Mills, Beech Island, Aiken Co., S. C. X x^- i 

Class of 1868. 

B, Nathaniel Berners Barnwell, Columbia, S. C, XQ. A. 3 

37 Sumpter St. 

Lawyer; volunteered, Dec, 1861, as Private in Co. A, Rutledge 
Mounted Rifle Battalion, afterward Co. B, 7th Regt. S. C. Cavalry ; 
promoted, Nov., 1864, to second Lieut, of Artillery; served on staff of 
Col. H. P. Jones, Army of Northern Va., until General Lee's sur- 
render; elected, Jan., 1877, Secretary Board of Trustees, Univ. of So. 





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229 





Ca. ; appointed by Gov., 1878, Master in Equity for Richland Co.; 
appointed, Aug. ii, 1881, Regent of State Lunatic Asylum; Com- 
missioner of Schools for Columbia. 

H. Lucius Bellinger Bates, M.D., A. <rv, 5 

St. Matthews, Orangeburg Co., S. C 

Physician and Surgeon; Private in Confed. army, second Regt. 
Heavy Artillery, S. C. Vols. ; transferred to Arsenal School at Colum- 
bia before close of war ; for two years Pres. of Med. Society, New- 
berry Co., S. C. ; practiced profession in Newberry Co., S. C, from 
May, 1871, to June, 1882, when he removed to St. Matthews. 

S. William T. C Bates, M.D., Columbia, S. C. XA. k, 2 

Physician and Planter ; at the age of sixteen entered Confed. army, 
and served three months, until close of war; formerly resided in St. 
Matthews, and was for six years President of the Democratic Club of 
that town. 

(P. R. M. Williamson, Edgefield, S. Cj XX. dtj. 3 

0. Rev. Samuel Davies Boggs, Clintonville, Ky. X. Kp, 2 

Was graduated from University of Va. and Theol. Sem. at Colum- 
bia, S. C. ; Presbyterian Minister ; entered Confed. army, near close of 
war, as Private 7th Regt. S. C. Cavalry; first chaise at Covington, 
Tenn. ; second charge at Clintonville, Ky. 

H. Wm. Albert Cooper, Mayesville, Sumpter Co., S. C. X&. p, 6 

Farmer; entered Confed. army,* 3d S. C. Vols., as Private; served 
eight months. 

J. F. W. Dantzler, M.D., Orangeburg, S. C 

Practicing Physician. 

K, O. P. Fitzsimmons, Augusta,. Ga. 

Z. Nathan Gibson, Darlington C H., S. C.J 

A, Lucas McIntosh, Dove's Depot, S. C 

Farmer ; in Confed. army ; first Lieut. Johnson's Battery, Army of 
Northern Va. 

Z. Hon. Alexander Lawton Miller, XX, vi, 4 

Perry, Houston Co., Ga. 

Lawyer; entered Confed. service Nov., 1864, as Private in Mason's 
Dragoons; served till close of war; elected, in Nov., 1876, Member 



X, I, 6 

XA. o. 2 
• A. tp, 3 
XX, (f(T, 6 






530 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 



of Georgia House of Rep.; re-elected in 1878; again re-elected, Oct., 
1880. 

^, Charles M. Neel, Atlanta, Ga. XX, XX' ^ 

Teacher ; Principal Kirkwood Academy Military Boarding School, 
1871-1882 ; Member Board of Visitors to Univ. of Ga. 

3. Henry L. Pinckney, Jr., Charleston, S. C, XX, xX- ^ 

67 Wentworth St. 

R. R. Conductor; for last ten years Conductor on Chas. and Sav. 
R. R. 

r. •W. D. PLAYER,t Darlington C. H., S. C. XO. /3, 4 

Died, March, 1868, while a member of the Univ. of S. C. 

4>. James G. Spann, Hayneville, Lowndes Co., Ala. X0, /3, 4 

Farmer and Cotton Planter. 

/. Rev. James Henry Thorn well, Concord, N. C 

Presbyterian Minister ; in Confed. army ; served first as Drill 
Master, with rank of Lieut., then as Private, in 19th Regt. S. C. Vols.; 
three years in service ; ordained; licensed to preach in 1874 ; Pastor 
of Poplar Lent from 1874-77 » engaged as evangelist of Concord Pres- 
bytery from 1878 to present time. 

B, John Ferrars Townsend, XX. ay. 9 

Edisto Island, Charleston Co., S. C. 

Cotton Planter; in Confed. army, Private in 6th Regt. S. C. Vols.; 
four years in service. 



Class of 1 869. 

E, *JoHN Bailey Adger, Jr., /. fpu 7 

Pendleton, Anderson Co., S. C. 

Prof, of Chemistry in Univ. of Miss. Died, Feb. 3d, i88o, from 
the result of injuries received in a runaway, age 31 years. 

iV. T. Cholmers Gaston, Chester, S. C XQ. 66. i 

Lawyer; elected, in 1876, Solicitor of the 6th Circuit, S. C, for the 
term of four years ; served term and was re-elected without opposition. 






UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 



231 




B. George Howe, Jr., M.D., Columbia, S. C, X0. k, 6 

no East Blanding St. 

Physician ; in Confed. army ; Lieut, in 3d S. C. Regt ; six months 
in service ; Pres. Columbia Board of Health ; Vice-Pres. Richland Co. 
Med. Society ; Author of Papers on '* Anomalies of Refraction " and 
" Abuse of the Eyes in School Children." 

/. Edward M. Lawton, Allendale, Burnwell Co., S. C XA. r, 4 

Planter and Insurance Agent. 

n. *WiLLiAM S. Reynolds,! Columbia, S. C. XQ. iX, i 

Died, Nov., 1872, while a student at the Univ. of S. C. 

B, Daniel A. Tompkins, Crystal City, Mo. P. kk. 6 

Was graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Ins. Troy, N. Y.; 
Mechanical Engineer ; now Master Mechanic, Crystal Plate Glass 
Co., Crystal City, Mo. 



Class of 1870. 
/. Rev. Theodore Percy Bell, Anderson, S. C P. r^v, 10 

Baptist Minister, Standing Spring Ch., Greenville, S. C, i875-'77; 
Elizabethtown Ch., Ky., iSy^-'So; Anderson, S. C, 1880-. 

iV. J. Adger Clark, Asheville, N. C.J XQ, vx- 8 

B, Thomas Hazell Gibbes, Columbia, S. C XA, a. 4 

Teller of Central National Bank, Columbia, S. C. ; Sec. and Treas. 
of Building and Loan Association. 

/. Jacob S. Muller, Columbia, S. C X®, A. 2 

Lawyer. 

K. Preston Rion, Winnsboro', Fairfield Co., S. C XA. q), 7 

Farmer; was graduated from Univ. of S. C, and spent two years at 
Univ. of Va. 




Class of 187 1. 

P. R. M. DuBOSE, Atlanta, Ga. 

T, John A. Watson, M.D., Chester, S. C 

Practicing Physician. 



X&. a. 7 
/.A. 7 





232 



UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 




Class of 1872. 

^. Jeremiah Fickling, Washington, D. C, P. OL-q, 4 

216 nth St., S. W. 

Two years in college ; Asst. Depot Master, B. and P. Railroad. 

T, Tucker H. Fisher, Columbia, S. C, 140 Plain St. XA. a, 9 

Civil Engineer; now employed on U. S. Harbor Improvements, 
Charleston, S. C. 

Z. Eugene B. Gary, Abbeville, S. C P. k, 2 

Lawyer; Atty. for Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken in the Stolbrand-Aiken 
contest for a seat in the 47th Congress, from the 3d Cong. Dist. of S. C. 

^. E. M. Gregg, Society Hill, Darlington Co., S. C. P. ico. 6 
H. Ellis G. Graydon, Abbeville, S. C. O. (p<T. 7 

Lawyer, 

S. Heber D. Heinitsh, M.D., Columbia, S. C. P. v- 3 

Practicing Physician. 

J. Arthur S. Tompkins, Edgefield Village, S. C. XA, t, 12 

Lawyer. 

Class ^1873. 

*. G. M. Chapline, Greenville, S. C.J XX, vo, 4 

H. John Peyre Thomas, Jr., Columbia, S. C, XX, k?j, 6 

Plain St, 

Lawyer; Prof, of Math, in Carolina Military Inst., Charlotte, N. C, 
1877-80. 

H. Julius Henry Walker, Columbia, S. C, XX. Ktf. 6 

113 E. Gervais St. 

LL.B.; Asst. Teller Central National Bank. 








AiiPHA Gamma. 



• • • 



A. 2. 

r. ♦THOMAS C. HOLLIDAY. 
Z. ♦LAWSON W. SYKES. 

A. r. 

OSCAR F. BLEDSOE. 
*DEWITT C. BUCK. 
♦FOUNTAIN BARKSDALE, Jr. 

WILLIAM B. BRACK. 

HUGH Q. BRIDGES. 
♦HOWARD FALCONER. 

WILEY G. JOHNSON. 

ARCHELAUS K. JONES. 

THOMAS M. LANE. 

REGINALD H. LIPSCOMB. 

JAMES F. MISTER. 

WILBER F. MISTER. 

JOHN D. TALBERT. 






Univerbitt of 

MlBSISBIPFI* 




Class of 1858. 
^. James T. Fant, Holly Springs, Miss. E. rj(p. 10 

LL.B. Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer; Lieut, in Confed. army, 9th Regt. 
of Miss. ; Atty. for Bank at Holly Springs ♦ Dist. Atty. for 2d Judicial 
Dist. of Miss. 

S, William H. Harris, New Orleans, La., 0. «. 6 

Cor. Constantinople and Perrier Sts. 

Planter ; in Confed. service ; Private Columbus Riflemen. 14th 
Miss. Regt.; appointed Lieut, in Regular Army on staff of Gen. Polk, 
1861 ; afterwards Adjutant 8th Confed. Regt.. and Asst. Inspector 
General on staff of Gen. Chalmers, and same position on staff of Gen. 
Joseph E. Wheeler; in i876-'79 Trustee La. State Univ., and Agri- 
cultural and Mechanical College; for three years Sec. La. State 
Grange; Chief Sec. La. Constitutional Convention, 1879; Author of 
** Proceedings of State Grange,' ** Proceedings of Constitutional Con- 
vention," "A Descriptive History of Louisiana;" now State Com- 
missioner of Agriculture and Immigration, also Agricultural £d. of 
New Orleans Democrat, 

^. William Carroll Waldrop, Palmetto, Miss.J E, koo. 6 

H. Rev. Thomas Dwight Witherspoon, P. vtc. 4 

Petersburg, Va., 11 W. Tabb St. 

A.M. D.D. from Univ. of Miss.; Presbyterian Minister; in Confed. 
service; Private Co. G, nth Miss. Regt.; Chaplain 2d Miss. Regt., 
1861-62; Chaplain 42d Miss. Regt., 1862-65; paroled at Appomat- 





236 



UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 




tox Court House; Pastor at Oxford, Miss., i859-'6i ; Pastor at 
Memphis, Tenn., 1865-70 ; Pastor at Christiansburg, Va.. 1870-71 ; 
Chaplain Univ. of Va., 1871-73 ; Pastor Tabb St. Church. Peters- 
burg, Va., since 1873 ; Author of ''Children of the Covenant;" or, 
" Romanism as it exists at the present day, and amongst us.** 

9, William L. Young, Waverly, Miss. XJ. 6p, 3 

Farmer; in Confed. service ; Private 14th Miss, and Henderson's 
Scouts for four years. 



Class of 1859. 
H. *Hon. Howard Falconer, Holly Springs, Miss. E. vp, 3 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer; Sec. State of Miss.; sacrificed 
his life in nursing yellow fever patients, Sept. 20, 1878. 

H. Reginald Heber Lipscomb, M.D., A. p. 2 

Elwood, Fannin Co., Tex. 

Practicing Physician ; Surgeon Blythe's Miss. Regt.; also Surgeon 
8th Confed. Cavalry ; four years in service. 

(P. Thomas Ringland Stockdale, Summit, Miss. 2, aoo. i 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer ; in Confed. service ; Maj. i6th 
Miss. Regt., 1861; organized Cav. Co ; Maj. of Battalion, 1863, and 
Lieut. Col. 4th Miss. Cav., 1863; served throughout war; President 
Board of Directors Peabody High School ; elector for Greeley in 1872. 

H. John Douglas T albert, Grenada, Miss. XA. r. 6 



Class of i860. 



E, va. 9 




E, Oscar F. Bledsoe, Grenada, Miss. 

First Honor in Literary Course ; Planter. 

B. Wiley Gartman Johnson, Kosciusko, Miss. E. vtj. 4 

Teacher; in Confed. service; Capt Co. C, 1 8th Miss. Regt; in 
Army North Va. throughout war ; now Principal Kosciusko Public 
School. 





UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 



237 




n. Archelaus Kirkland Jones, Port Gibson, Miss. X0. i. 5 

Clerk of Chancery Court ; in Confed. service ; Capt. 12th Regt. 
Miss. Inf., from May, 1861, till end of war; Pres. Board Supervisors 
for two years. 

H, Thomas Mayfield Lane, La Grange, Tenn.J X&. i. 12 

K, James Franklin Mister, Kansas City, Mo., X&. A. 7 

723 Locust St. 

LL.B. from Univ. of Va.; Lawyer; in Confed. service; Lieut. Col. 
1st Regt., 1st Brig., Armstrong's Division, Forrest's Cav., 1861-65; 
contributor to American Law Register. 

T, Wilbur Fisk Mister, X&, <r. 10 

Grape Vine, Tarrant Co., Tex. 

In Confed. service; Private isth Miss. Regt., then Chaplain in 
three different commands ; served three years ; Prof, in Arcadia 
College, Arcadia, Mo., 1871 ; Prof, in Soule Female College, Mur- 
freesboro', Tenn., 1872; Prof, in Central Female College, 1873 ; now 
Principal Grape Vine Masonic Institute, Tex. 

*. Fines Ewing Finer, Coffeeville, Miss.J XA. q)p. 8 

H, W. L. Strickland, Ripley, Miss. XX. r. 9 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer. 



C/ass of 1861. 



X0. q), 7 




B. William B. Brack, Sherman, Tex.J 

Was three years in coll. 

H. *Dewitt Clinton Buck, Lexington, Miss. ^. /cp. 2 

In Confed. service, Capt. Wofford's Co., CoL Wither's Regt. of 
Artillery. Died during siege of Vicksburg, 1863. 

H. *Edwin Hunter Buck, M.D.,t Lexington, Miss. X nv. 5 

One year in college ; was graduated from Medical Dept. Univ. of 
La.; in Confed. service; Asst. Surgeon Wofford's Co., CoL Wither's 
Regt. Artillery, for one year. 

*. William Curlee, Holly Springs, Miss. -4. zA. 7 






238 UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 

27. James Beckett Gladney, Aberdeen, Miss. A, (p, 10 

B, *Thomas a. Moore, Tallula, Miss. /. o. 12 

Died, 1862. 

/. Hon. R. C. Smith, Canton, Miss. E. St. 3 

Lawyer ; now State Senator. 

^. *Jerry Trezevant T albert, Grenada, Miss. E. kco, 6 

Lawyer; in Confed. service; Private Raybum's Batt., 22d Miss. 
Regt. Died Nov. 29th, iSSa 

Class of 1862. 
iV. *Fountain Barksdale, Jr.,t Yazoo City, Miss. E, rfv. 10 

Killed in action, Va., 1864, while serving in iith Miss. Regt. 

^. Hugh Quin Bridges,! Summit, Miss. X©. q). 8 

Was three years in college ; in Confed. service; Private Co. A, iith 
Miss. Regt., 1861-63; afterwards Asst. Adjt. Gen. on staff of Gen. 
Geo. B. Hodge, with rank of first Lieut.; Mayor of Summit, Miss.; 
now Atty. for Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans R. R. Co., for 
Pike Co., Miss.; Political Ed. Summit Sentinel^ 1876. 

P. *JoHN Calhoun Evans,! Oxford, Miss. E, pv. 12 

In Confed. service; Capt. 22d Miss. Regt. Killed in action at 
battle of Shiloh, 1862. 

Z. Herbert Pearson Johnson,! Columbus, Miss.J E. x^- i 
N. W. J. Kerr,! New Orleans, La., 31 Commercial St. E. ks, 2 

Lawyer. 

2. *WiLLiAM OsBORN Martin, Houston, Miss. X&. 6v. 3 

. In Confed. service. Killed in action at battle of Wilderness, May, 
1864. 

S. *A. W. McGowen, Pleasant Ridge, Ala. E. i<p. 7 

Lawyer; in Confed. service ; Lieut. Co. D, 43d Ala. Regt. Killed 
in action at battle of Missionary Ridge, Sept. 23d, 1 863. 

W. B. Lafayette Smith, Artesia, Miss. E, <Td. 5 

Lawyer. 






UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 239 





Class of 1863. 

U. Richard Catching Bridges,! Georgetown, Miss. X@» nn, 5 
^. Champ. Carten Conner,! Byhalia, Miss. X0. vv, 8 

Lawyer. 

2. *Greene B. Crane,! Canton, Miss. /. ov. 3 

In Confed. service. Killed at Malvern Hill, July ist, 1862. 

S. *Merriweather Louis Jones, Port Gibson, Miss. X, gk, 5 

In Confed. service. Killed at battle of Richmond, June 27th, 1862. 

//. *WiLLiAM F. McMullen,! Pleasant Ridge, Ala. E. ^//. n 

In Confed. service. Killed at battle of Resaca, Ga., May 14th, 
1864. 

A, David Melville,! New Orleans, La. AT©, g. 9 

Accountant; In Confed. service; Sergt. Crescent Regt. La. Vols.; 
served four years. 

A. Baldwin 0*Callahan,! Summit, Miss.J XX, i, 7 

^. Albert Oliver, Hernando, Miss. X©. pp. 12 

Planter. 

r. Fearn Watkins,! Jackson, Miss. X©. i, 6 

Lawyer. 

H. Hon. John D. Wilds,! Blandville, Ky. X0. A. 9 

Lawyer; in Confed. Service for four years; Private Co. H, 22d 
Miss. Inf ; transferred to Co. K, ist Miss. Cav.; now Judge, Ballard 
Co. Court, Ky. 



Class of 1 864. 
H, Hon. Andrew Jackson Baker,! Oxford, Miss. X0. '. 4 

Lawyer; in Confed. service four years ; Capt. nth Miss. Univ. 
Greys; Rep. in Miss. Leg., i876-'77; Member Board Trustees, Univ. 
of Miss. 





240 



UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 




4^. Thomas BELi^f Columbus, Miss.^ E. Xf^ i 

H. Richard Cocre Gant,! Columbia, Tenn.. E. na, \^ 

8 W. 7th St 

Merdumt ; in Cofkfcd. sendee; Private Co. H, 22d Miss. Re^ 
[University of Mississippi closed during late Civil War.] 



Class of 1868. 



^' X^- I 



J, 






/. *Alfred Giles ELLis,f Raleigh, Miss. 

Lawyer. Died of yellow fever in summer of 1878. 

Z. Daniel Arthur Gray, M.D.,t Little Rock. Ark., 2. 66. 3 

123 N. Ringo St. 

Was graduated from Med. Dept Univ. of Penn ; Practicing Phjrsi- 
cian. 

J. Robert Augustus McAdory, Birmingham, Ala., ^. x^- ^ 

4th Ave., bet. 2 2d and 23d Sts. 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer; in Confed. service; second 
Lieut. 28th Ala. R^.; served two years. 

K. •S. Graham Spencer, Panola Co., Miss. /. a, 4 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss. Died in Pueblo, CoL 

r, *Rev. Frederic Mayo Taylor, Somerville, Tenn. X©. /c. 7 

Died 1870. 

B. George Winston, Friars Point, Miss. 2, vp. 3 

Lawyer. 

Class of 1869. 
/. Robert B. Fulton, Oxford, Miss. /. t^i. 9 

A.M.; First Honor in course; now Prof. Physics and Astronomy in 
Univ. of Miss. 

^. James Albert Hendon, West Point, Miss. E, pv. 12 

Lawyer. 




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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 24I 

77. Rev. Milton C. Hutton, Corinth, Miss. XX. vi. 9 

Presbyterian Minister; in Confed. service; Priv. 20th and 36th 
Ala. Inf.; served four years ; Pastor Clinton and Hebron Churches. 
Green Co., Ala., 1872-78; Danceyville and Stanton Churches, Her- 
wood Co., Tenn., 1878-80 ; Corinth and New Hope Churches, Al- 
corn Co., Miss., i88o-'i. 

2, Samuel Wilds Evans Peques, Oxford, Miss. D.. rft. 10 

Planter ; in Confed. service ; in Butler s Scouts last year of war. 

il. James Sims, Jr.,f Holly Springs, Miss.J -2. hgo, 4 

B, *JoHN T. Stevenson, Grenada, Miss. XA. §, 4 

Priv. in Confed. service. Died of yellow fever, 1878. 

Class of \%*]o. 

H. John Taylor Crump,! West Point, Miss. 2. «p. 6 

2. Joseph Chesley Daniel, M.D.,t ^0. V- 3 

Holly Springs, Miss. 

Was graduated from Med. Dept. of Univ. of La., 1872; Com- 
missioned by National Board of Health to take charge of yellow fever 
sufferers at Oak Grove, Marshall Co., Miss., 1879; "^^ examining 
Physician, Eunice Lodge K. of H.; Author " Report on yellow fever 
at Oak Grove, 1879;" published "Report State Board of Health of 
Miss.," 1879. 

P. Thomas Foote, Macon, Miss. -2. cpu 8 

Lawyer; now Mayor of Macon for second term. 

iV. William Irvin Gibson, Rienzi, Miss. 2, X- i 

Teacher. • 

B. Benjamin Joy Hicks, Vicksburg, Miss. XX. vo. 8 

/. Hon. Robertson Horton, Grenada, Miss. E, nv. 12 

LL.B. from Lebanon, Tenn., Law School; Lawyer; now Mayor of 
Grenada, Miss. 

^. Henry Hart Neill, Carrolton, Miss. X©. o. 10 

Lawyer; in Confed. service ; Priv. in Hurvey's Scouts ; served one 
year; Trustee of Stephenville High School. 






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A. William Hutton Thacher, Philadelphia Pa. 

Journalist ; connected with Phila, Press. 

r, *Harry Hill Wildy, Santiago, Cal. 

Lawyer. Died in Santiago, Cal., 1879. 




^. Thomas J. Ross, Macon, Miss. 

Lawyer. 

A. John William Somerville, Pickensville, Ala. 

Planter. 



/. //. 9 



X0. Tfp. 10 

XA, p. 4 



XX. A. 10 



Class of 1871. 
n. John Randolph Crowder,! Grenada, Miss. 

Planter. 
n. James Manly Dunlap, Bigbee Valley, Miss. 

Merchant. 



E, TtV. 12 



E, Tjp. 10 



E. vff, 9 



X0. G?. 9 




/. *Arthur Fant, Holly Springs, Miss. 

Lawyer. Died Oct. 15th, 188 1. 

Z. Harris A. Gant, M.D.,t Water Valley, Miss. 

Was graduated from Med. Dept. Univ. of Pa., 1876: received 
Prize Medal in Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Vanderbilt Univ., 
1875 ; Chief Health Officer, Yalobusha Co., appointed by Gov. Stone ; 
Delegate from Miss. State Med. Ass. to American Med. Ass., 1879. 

^. Rev. Daniel Scott Hearon, Bristol, Tenn. * E, ^'A. 7 

Minister M. E. Church ; now Pres. of Sulleur Female College, 
Bristol, Tenn. 

/. *George Pinckney Lake, Jr., M.D.,f XX. ktj. 6 

Walnut Landing, Miss. 

Was in college two and one half years; in Confed, service; Priv. 
Col. Denie's Slates Reserves. Died, 1870. 

B. Charles S. McKenzie, Johnsonville, Miss. XX. jn. 11 

Lawyer. 

J. Rev. Cornelius Miller, Columbus, Miss.J X&. ffff. 5 

Minister M. E. Church. 





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243 




Class of 1872. 
2. Edwin B. Bolton,! U. S. A., Pontotoc, Miss. X, $S> 10 

Was two years in college ; was graduated from West Point Military 
Academy, 1875 ; Lieut. 23d Inf. U. S. A.; detached from Regt to 
fill position as Commandant of Students and Prof, of Math, at Agri- 
cultural and Mechanical College of Miss. 

W. Robert Kennon Evans,! U. S. A., Oxford, Miss. E. q)Y}, i 

Was three and one half years in college; was graduated from West 
Point Military Academy, 1875 ; Lieut. 12th Inf. U. S. A.; now 
stationed in Arizona Ter. 

B, *RiCHARD Hardman Jones, E, ipa. 8 

Black Bayou, Tallahatchee Co., Miss. 

Planter. Died Sept. i6th, 1880. 

T, Frank J. Whitley, Memphis, Tenn. E. y/i, 11 

Merchant. 



Class 0/ iSy^. 

r. William Francis Bradshaw, Paducah, Ky. 2. n, 2 

B.D. from Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer; County Atty. for McCracken 
Co., Ky. 

W, William Clark Buford, Hernando, Miss. 

Planter. 




Z. Robert Hall Gresham, Pontotoc, Miss. 

B.S. from Univ. of Miss.; Civil Engineer. 

B. *Thomas Beloved Love, Love's, Miss. 

Agt. for M. and T. R. R. Died, 1872. 

E. Frank P. McFarland, New Orleans, La. 
Book-Keeper with W. C. Black & Co. 

T, Fulton M. McRea, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Druggist. 



E, t/yr, 8 



E, Xk, II 



E. Xa, II 



X. GO. I 



XX, o, 10 





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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 




A. Rev. J. B. Sargeant, Union City, Tenn. 
^, Isaac Taylor Smith,! Macon, Miss. 

Merchant; Fanner. 

P. James Harper Wynn, Friars Point, Miss. 

Lawyer. 



Class of 1874. 



X0. (pq), 7 
2. «. 3 

XX, TV, 4 



/. B. 2 



T. William Boykin Boone, Hernando, Miss. 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer and Planter. 

n. George Gillespie Buford, M.D., Bashtrof, La. XA, poo, 7 

Practicing Physician. 

r. Selwyn Marshall Jones,! Torrance, Miss. 

Was three years in college ; Merchant. 

/. Simpson Tate,. Senatobia, Miss. 

/. Edwin Gary Wilbourn,! Torrance, Miss. 

Was three and one half years ih college ; Farmer. 

<P. Ernest James Wilbourn,! Grenada, Miss. 

Was three years in college ; Clerk. 

r. John Campbell Wildy, Las Angdas, Cal. 

C.E. from Univ. of Miss.; Civil Engineer. 



XX. O. 7 

X&, va, 9 
X0. ev, 2 

XX. I. 9 

XQ, aa. 4 




Class of 1875. 
A, Rev. James Sidney Carlton,! Sardis, Miss. X, <pi, 7 

Minister M. E. Church; Pastor at Houston, Miss., 1875: Vinton, 
Miss., 1876; Lexington, Miss., 1877; Lexington and Durant, 1878; 
Greenwood, Miss., 1879; Longtown, Miss., 1880; Sardis, Miss., 1880-. 

K, Alfred Downe Pace,! Greenville, Miss. XQ. kv, 6 

Lawyer. 





UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 245 

M. Eben Winston Smith,! Hernando, Miss. X ^u. 8 

T. Hon. Chalmers Meek Wiluamson, XA, A. u 

Raymond, Miss. 
A.M.; Lawyer; Mayor of RaymoDd, Miss. 




Class of 1876. ^ 
11, Moses Benjamin Collins, Jonestown, Miss. XX. y* 8 

Planter. 



Class of iZyj. 

T. Frank Clemens Englesing, Jr., /. ttO. 12 

Port Gibson, Miss. 

C.E. from Univ. of Miss.; Civil Engineer; County Surveyor for 
Claiborne Co., Miss.; Surveyor of Port Gibson and Grand Gulf R. R. 

2. Frank B. Jones,! U. S. A. X0. yo, 1 1 

Was graduated from West Point Military Academy, 1879; Lieut 
22d Inf. U. S. A. ; now stationed at Fort Clark, Tex. 

S. Robert Taylor Lamb, X0. (Xe. 5 

De Soto Front, on Miss. River. 

Planter. 

*. Clarence Donald Owens, Hernando, Miss.J XX. kv. 6 




Class of iSyS. 

A, B. Tombs Bowdre, Jr., Senatobia, Miss., X0. aoo. 5 

286 Front St. 

Cotton Factor. 

11, Oliver J. Jones, Hernando, Miss. XX, a\. 6 

Planter. 





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Class ^1879. 
B. George Yancey Gillespie, M.D., Oxford, Miss. XQ. ei. 2 



C/ass of 1 880. 



/. 



M. 



W. RusHTON Baker,! Grenada, Miss. 

Farmer. 



r. 6v. 3 



E. 



William Lonsdale Dyer, Lexington, Miss XX, kl 6 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss.; Supt. Public Instruction, Holmes Co., 
Miss.. 1881. 

John William HuRD,t Senatobia, Miss. XX. no. 2 

Now Cadet at West Point Military Academy. 

Robert B. Jenkins,! Lexington, Miss. X0. y\. 11 

Was in college nearly four years; left on account of illness; now 
living in Col. for benefit of his health. 



K. 



n. 



B. 



A. 



<p. 



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2. 



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Roland Ward Jones, Jr., Grenada, Miss. 

Planter. 

James Blanton McGehee, Memphis, Tenn. 

Merchant. 

William Edward McGehee, Como, Miss. 

Lawyer. 

William Francis Millsaps, Trenton, La. 

Lawyer. 

Alexander Patterson, Charleston, Miss. 

Planter. 

William Calvin Red, Durant, Miss. 

Planter. 

William Don Rutledge, Harrison, Miss. 

Planter. 



/. as, 4 

X0. av, 4 

X0. av. 4 

0. (T. 5 

X0. ytj. n 

X0. 7CV, ^ 



XX. 7t, 5 



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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 



247 




X&. (pt. 7 



xe. xa. I 



C/ass of 1881. 

Z. DeWitt Hovin Archibald,! Fort Smith, Ark. XX. va, 3 

Was graduated from Ky. Military Inst.; Merchant. 

B, Clifton Baker, Duck Hill, Miss. 

Law Student. 
/. Laurance N. Buford, Oxford, Miss. 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss.; Lawyer. 

^. W. O. Hardeman, Little Rock, Ark. 
Book- Keeper. 

/. GiLBREATH Neil Hart,! Trcnton, La. 

Was two years in college ; Druggist. 

iV. Walter Joseph Suthon,! Houma, La. 

Was three years in college ; LL.B. from Univ. of La.; Lawyer. 

^. NiSBET WiNGFiELDjt Cloverdalc, Ga. X0. Gk, 6 

Law Student. 



X. r. 



10 



O. xi'- 8 



p. ^v, 8 




Class of 1882. 
Z. Daniel W. Beall,! Lexington, Miss. X0. yV- 11 

Was three years in colL; Proprietor Union Hotel, Lexington, Miss. 

E, Benjamin Watkins Bedford, Jr.,t Horn Lake, Miss. /. Az. 9 

Was two years in college ; Cotton Planter. 

iV. Needham Henry Bryant, Tacopola, Miss. 
//. *\V. T. BuLLOCK,t Bovina, Miss. 

Died of yellow fever summer of 1878. 

E. Benjamin F. Clowes,! Lexington, Miss. 

Was one year in college ; Clerk. 



X. O. 12 
Z. «/c. 6 

X. B,v. 10 







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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 




K. John Underwood Foster, Horn Lake, Miss. XX, r. 8 

LL.B. from Univ. of Miss. ; Lawyer. 

n. Jasper T. Glenn,! Middleton, Tenn. 

Stock Buyer. 

3, G. W. HAiRSTON,t Crawford, Miss. 

Book-keeper. 

H, Jacob Kuykendall,! Harrison, Miss. 

Merchant. 

A, W. F. Martin, Hardy, Miss. 

Theological Student. 

^. John Scott McGehee, Como, Miss. 

Clerk. 

M. Thomas Frederic Millsaps,! Trenton, La. O. atj. 4 

Was two years in college; Merchant. 

r. Francis Alexander Neilson,! Oxford, Miss. P. cfCf- 5 

Was three years in college ; Book-keeper. 

M. Evan Leonidas Ragland,! Georgetown, Miss. XA. Cf. 8 

Was two years in college ; Teacher. 



X q)7t, 7 



A. a. 4 



XX, Tj, 10 



X&, va, 8 



XA, TTjd. 12 



Class of 1883. 



XX, TCI. 5 



>^' 




E. Samuel Smith Barbour,! Grenada, Miss. 

One and one half years in college ; Book-keeper. 

N. VoLNEY Ogle Chase,! U. S. N. E, v/3, 4 

Was one ;f ear in college ; in U. S. Census Office, Washington, D. C, 
for six months ; now Cadet, Engineers, at Annapolis Naval Acad., Md. 

^. Joseph Edwin Eggleston,! Garner, Miss. X. X. 7 

Was two years in college. 

0, William Gary Eggleston, Garner, Miss. 2, 6a, 3 



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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. 249 

" ' » 

2. Gerard Falconer,! Shubuta, Miss. A. Kp. 2 

B, Jones Abner Gilliland,! Kosciusko, Miss. A, x^* i 

H. William Shelby Graham, Oxford, Miss. XX ve. 4 

J. John Henry Pahlen, Lexington, Miss, XX. ik, 7 

A, W. A. Powell, Senatobia, Miss. X0. jjf- 8 

H. R. Wilkinson, Hernando, Miss. X0. vp. 8 




C/aj^ of 1884, 

^. Louis Arthur Barkhau, Yazoo City, Miss. P. X6. 2 

L John Hamilton Barksdale, Hardy, Miss. P. vf. 4 



Class of 1885. 

r. Joseph Slack Eggleston, Garner, Miss. XX, XS, 11 

H. John Wade Gilliland, Kosciusko, Miss. XQ, nv. 12 

B. Edward Percival Oatis, New Orleans, La., X0. go. 6 

1037 Magazine St. 

N. Edgar H. Ratcliffe, Centreville, Miss. X&. ki, 6 

P Joseph Truitt Talbert, Hardy, Miss. X0. t, i 

S. Daniel Harrison Thomas, Whitefield, Miss. X, yv. 11 






r. 
z. 




AliFHA IjAMBDA 



>♦• 

A. e. 

HENRY W. DUFFIELD. 
SAMUEL P. BLAGDEN. 

A. A. 

AUGUSTUS N. CUNNINGHAM. 
JAMES E. HALL. 
♦JOHN J. HOLMES. 
CHARLES F. LADD. 
HENRY TRAPHAGEN. 
RICHARD WATERMAN. 







Brotvn XJniversitt, 



• » • 



Class of i86i. 

B. Alfred Delavan Thomas, X&. vp, 3 

Deadwood, Dakota Ter. 

Lawyer ; District Atty. for six years in Wisconsin ; Atty. for 
Homestake and other mines in the Black Hills. 



Class of 1862. 

/. JRiCHARD Waterman, Chicago, 111., XQ, <r«. 6 

23 Wisconsin St. 

LL.B.; two years in Brown Univ., and one in Williams' College ; 
Lawyer ; first Lieut. Rhode Isl. Cavalry ; two years in war. 




Class of 1863. 
K, Augustus N. Cunningham, Windham, Conn. X0. e. 5 

Two years in college ; R. R. Contractor; four years in war ; Capt. 
and Act. Major 78th N. Y. Vols.; General Road Master and Supt. 
of Bridges, Conn. Valley R. R., seven years ; Asst. Road Master, 
Boston and Prov. R. R., one and one half years ; £d. Chess Column, 
Hartford Sunday Globe, 1878-79; Pres. Hartford Chess Club six 
years. 

H. Rev. James E. Hall, Boston, Mass.t X@, go, 12 

Clergyman ; Graduate Theo. Institute of Conn, in 1866. ^ 

— <y^yi, 




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/. John Jenckes Holmes, Providence, R. I., X0. a, 8 

55 Evergreen St. 

Book-keeper ; three months in war-; Private loth Regt. N. Y. Vols. 

B. *Charles Frederick Ladd, Providence, R. I. XQ. //. ii 

Insurance ; Pres. of the Franklin Ins. Co., Providence. Died in 
1 868. 

2. Hon. Henry Traphagen, Jersey City, N. J., X0. i. 2 

307 Varick St. 

Two years in coll. ; Lawyer ; Atty. for Water Commission, '71 ; 
Mayor of Jersey City, '74 and '76 ; Corporation Atty., '76 and '79 ; 
Atty. for City Bank five years. 

Class of 1864. 

A. George Bartlett Barrows, Providence, R. I., XX. av, 9 

36 Somerset St 

Lawyer ; three months in war ; Private loth Rcgt. R. I. Vols. 

r. Henry Brigham Whitman, Providence, R. I., P, nv, 12 

13 Market Square. 
LL.B.; Lawyer. 

M. Charles Erastus Willard, Hartford, Conn., XQ. dy, 3 

218 Main St. 
A.M.; Insurance; Sec. Charter Oak Life Ins. Co.; Trustee Conn. 
Lit. Inst., Suffield, Conn. 

Class of 1865. 

S. Edward Hume Bucknam, Sioux City, Iowa, A. kv. 6 

Douglass St. 

Manufacturer; a short time in Coast Defense, as Private ist Regt. 
R. I. State Militia ; City Clerk and City Assessor of Sioux City ; 
Director Mech. Building Association, Sioux City. 

A. Charles Fabyan Easton, Lincoln, R. I. E. eX. 2 

A.M.; Manufacturer of Cotton Goods. 



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255 



*. Jared Warner Finney, Detroit, Mich., 0. <r. 5 

41 Edmund St. 

LL.B.; Lawyer; Asst. U. S. Atty. for Eastern Dist., Mich., since 
1870. 

B, Hon. Daniel Wanton Lyman, E, rfK, 10 

North Providence, R. I. 
Three years in coll.; Yeoman in State service during drafcs; on 
Gov.'s Staff; State Senator for three years; Director of a Providence 
Dyeing and Coloring Company. 

H, Herbert Livingstone Perry, Boston, Mass., A. kk. 2 

3 Park Sq. 
A.M.; Real Estate ; second Lieut. R. I. State Militia. 

r. John Anson Price, Scranton, Pa., XA, nO, 12 

603 Jefferson Ave. 

Three years in coll.; Manufacturer; first Lieut, Adj., Col. of 
Veteran Regt. from Pa. ; Commr. to late World's Fair Project ; Treas. 
of Scranton Manfg. Co. ; Vice-President Hyde Park Bank. 

S. *Frederick W. Sparrell, Roxbury, Mass. E. a, 8 

First Lieut. Marine Service. Died, Key West, 1875. 

(P. RuFUS Waterman, Jr., East Greenwich, R. I. E, (Tk, 6 

Three months in coll., then entered U. S. N. A.; Manufacturer; 
Lieut U. S. A., 1861-71.; Treas. Reynolds Manfg. Co., Providence. 




Class of 1866. 

H, Hon. Ellery M. Brayton, Columbia, S. C. E, (Sk, 6 

Two years in coll.; Lawyer; Member S. C. Legislature; Judge 
Probate: Clerk Court, Richmond Co., Ga.; Coll. Int. Rev. for S. C. ^, 
since 1877. 

H, Arnold Buffum Chace, Valley Falls, R. L /. nv, 12 

A.M.; Manufacturer; Inst, of Chemistry, Brown Univ., i868-'69; 
Trus. Brown Univ. since 1876; Treas. Valley Falls Mfg. Co. 





256 BROWN UNIVERSITY. 

H. *Samuel Oliver Chace, Valley Falls, R. I. A, ya. 11 

A.M. Died, 1867. 

*. Alexander Duncan Chapin, Providence, R. I., E. ai, 4 

367 Westminster St. 

A.M.; Cotton Merchant; Director National Bank, N. A.; Member 
Board of Trade. 

H. LoRiN Morris Cook, Providence, R. I., E. aco, 9 

157 Angell St. 

Lawyer; Police Justice, City Providence, since 1873. 

A, Edward Knight Glezen, Providence, R. I. E. to. 7 

LL.B.; Lawyer; Serg. Maj. loth R. I. Regt. 

2. Frederick Arnold Vinton, M.D., M. A17. 7 

Providence, R. I., 93 Congdon St. 

Three years in coll. ; Physician. 




Class of 1867. 

(P. Jefferson Borden, Jr., Fall River, Mass., E, np, 12 

5 Highland St. 
Ph.B.; Electric Light; Manager of Cotton Mills for twelve years. 

S. Edward Osgood Brown, Chicago, 111., E, an, 5 

4 Burton Place. 

Lawyer. 

S. *Walter H. Cady, Providence, R. I. E. av, 8 

In Insurance business. Died in 1870. 

(P. * Willi AM E. Cushing, South Manchester, Conn. '2, ep. 2 

Architect. Died in 188 1. 

H. Henry Van Amburgh Joslin, Providence, R. I., E, <pi. 7 

19 Parade St. 

A.M.; City Clerk; Major Comdg. ist Battalion Cavalry R. I. S. M.; 
|,e School Comm., Providence, '71-79. 






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BROWN UNIVERSITY. 257 




Class of 1868. 
H, William Hyde Appleton,! Swarthmore, Pa. X0. xr, 7 

A.M. Honorary; Prof, of Greek and German, Swarthmore Coll.; 
now in Europe. 

*. Richard Smith Rowland, E, ypi. n 

Menlo Park, San Manteo Co.^ CaL 
A.M.; Merchant. 

B, William Ensign Lincoln, Pittsburgh, Pa., A, ap. i 

Cor. 5 th and Amberson Aves. 
A.M.; with H. K. Porter & Co.; Builder of light Locomotives. 

3. Nathaniel Greene Stanton, M.D., X. ad, i 

Newport, R. I., 6 Pelham St. 

Physician ; two years in war as Surgeon ; at present Surgeon New- 
port Artillery. 

^. T. Leeds Waters, Brooklyn, N. Y., XX, ax. 4 

25 South Oxford St. 

Three years in coll.; Manufacturer of Pianos and Organs. 



Class of 1869. 

S. Charles Henry Hodges, Brooklyn, N. Y., E, aa, 1 

62 South Oxford St. 

One year in coll.; Lawyer. 

H, Clinton Mauran, Providence, R. L, E. vv. 3 

256 Benefit St. 

Steamship Agt. and Forwarder and Commission Agt., office 38 Cen- 
tral St., Boston ; Captain of Barque for four years. 






258 



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H. Hon. Alfred Augustus Reed,! Warwick, R. I., A, kt, 2 

P. O. address. Providence. 

Two years at Brown; Graduate Lawrence Scientific School ; Manu- 
facturer; Member R. I. State Legislature, i870-'72; Treas. of 
Oriental Mills and Forestdale Mfg. Co. 

A Osgood Harris Shepard, Albany, N. Y., E, Kff. i 

198 State St. 

LL.B.; Lawyer. 

C/ass of 1870. 

A. Charles Henry Bowker,! Worcester, Mass., A, ad. 5 

2 Harvard Place. 

Two years at Brown ; eighteen months at University of Berlin and 
College of France ; Music Dealer. 

<P. *Edward Chace, Valley Falls, R. I. X&. x^- i 

Manufacturer; part owner of Valley Falls Mills. Died, 1869. 

m 

B. Arthur Lincoln, New York City, 208 5th Ave. X&, np. 12 

Clerk. 

S. Robert Brown Metcalf, Quincy, Mass. O. Kit. 6 

Two years in coll. ; Merchant. 
A. *RoBERT Wing Steere, Flushing, L. I. 0. ^a. 8 

Three years in coll.; Tea Merchant in New York. Died, 1880. 



Class of 1871. 

^. Matthew MorrIs Howland, New York, 7 Wall St. E. erf, 2 

A. M. ; Banker and Broker. 







Ai^PHA Chi, 



■••• 



A. e. 

V. HENRY A. BEERS. 

Z. G. SANFORD POTTER. 

A. X. 

WILLIAM BELCHER. 
HENRY C. BRADBURY. 
HENRY V. PELTON. 
F. D. S. SARGENT. 
HERBERT M. SMALL, 







Amherst CoiajEgk. 



-»♦<- 



C/ass of 1866. 

B, Hon. WiLLAM BELCHER,t Ncw London, Conn., XX. 66, 9 

Fremont St. 

Two years at Amherst; Lawyer; was Representative in Conn. 
Legislature from New London in 1874 ; was elected Judge of Probate 
for the Dist. of New London in '76 ; slill in office, '82 ; Director of 
New London Nat. Bank ; Director in the Wilson Mfg. Co. of New 
London. 

M. Rev. Henry C. Bradbury,! XX. ff. 2 

Lincoln Center, Kansas. 
Two years at Amherst: Congregational Minister. 

77. Henry Varick Pelton,! Poughkeepsie, N. Y., XX. tpq), 7 

36 N. Clover St. 

Two years at Amherst ; admitted to the Bar in 1868 ; Manufacturer. 

^. Rev. Frank D. S. Sargent,! Brookline, N. H. XX. aa. 4 

Two years at Amherst; Congregational Minister; ordtined and in- 
stalled in 1869 over Cong. Church of Brookline, N. H. 

K, Herbert Morley Small,! Baldwin ville, Mass. XX. pp. 4 
Two years at Amherst. 




Class of 1867. 
B. James Blanchard Converse,! Pittsburgh, Pa. XX. pp. 4 

Three years at Amherst ; Manufacturer ; Agt. Nat. Tube Works of 
Boston and McKeesport, Pa. 





262 AMHERST COLLEGE. 




0. Chas. E. HiBBARD,t Boston, Mass., 28 School St. XG. vv, 3 

Two years at Amherst ; Lawyer. 

^. W. Edgar Horton,! Foxboro', Mass. X0. a\ i 

Two and one half years at Amherst ; Principal of Foxborough High 
School. 

/. •Daniel Stevenson Smart, M.D., XQ. rfi, 10 

Baltimore, Md. 

Entered coll. from Baltimore, Md.; two years in Middlebury 
Coll.; two years in Amherst; graduated from Jefferson Med. Coll. 
in '69 ; Contract Sur. in U. S. A. in Texas, '73. Died at Fredericks- 
burgh, Texas, 1877, of Consumption. 

T, Charles Battelle Tilden, Nashua, N. H. E. nrf. 12 

Two years in Middlebury Coll.; two years in Amherst; LLB. 
Columbia Univ. , Washington, D. C. ; Lawyer, Specialty Patent Cases ; 
Principal Examiner U. S. Patent Office, '74 to '78. 



Class of 1868. 

B. William A. Brown,! Brooklyn, N. Y., A, 60. 9 

128 Montague St. 

Three years in coll. ; Custom House Broker and Forwarding Agt. 

T, *William A. McDonald,! York, N. Y.J E, ktj. 8 

Two years in coll. 

II. William G. E. Pope, New Carlisle, Ohio. XG, an. 4 

One year in Brown Univ.; three years in Amherst ColL; A.M. 
Brown University; Supt. of Schools, West Milton, O., '73-74; N. 
Carlisle, 0./75-'82. 

/. James Luther Terry, M.D., New York City, A, p. 6 

133 E. 55th St. 
M.D. Coll. of Phys. and Surgs., N. Y.; Physician. 






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263 




Class of 1869. 

B, Hod. Charles Herbert Allen, Lowell, Mass., ^. 7. 10 

411 Middlesex St. 

A.M. from Amherst Coll.; Manufacturer; Member of Mass. Leg.; 
re-elected second time for '82-^83; Chairman on Committee on 
second Reading of Bills, '82 ; Member of R. R. Com.; Trustee and 
Director in City Institution for Savings; Director of Middlesex 
Mechanics* Association. 

/. George Merrill Gage, Winnetka, 111., Cook Co. P. rv, 5 

Cashier of A. H. Beardsley & Co. 

77. *Julius Sanderson, Troy, N. Y. E, \(f, 2 

Bom at Phillipston, Mass.; moved to Troy, N. Y., in '69; entered 
business with £. W. Boughton & Ca Died in Phillipston, June 3d, 

1877. 




C/ass of 1870. 

H. James Terry Abbe,! Holyoke, Mass., E. ax, 1 

Windsor Hotel. 
One year at Amherst ; Manufacturer of Envelopes. 

H. Charles Adams Boake,! E, 6<t. 3 

Paso Del Norte, Chihuahua, Mex. 

Two years at Amherst; employee in Gen. Supt. Office of the 
Mexican Central R. R. Co., Limited ; Regt. Quarter-master Sergeant, 
13th Ohio Cavalry, in 1865. 

B. Frank F. Coburn, Lowell, Mass. E, (pX. 7 

Teacher ; Asst. Prin. Lowell High School. 

r. A. Barker Davis, Brooklyn, N. Y., 38 Cheever Place. 2, tj), 8 

Broker. 

H. Rev. John Gardiner Smart, Greenwich, N. Y. E, r. 5 

Clergyman, Dutch Reform; ten years at Greenwich, N. Y.; Prcst. 
Board of Education, Greenwich, N. Y.; now at Rome, Italy, '82. 





264 AMHERST COLLEGE. 





Class of 1871. 

*. Frank W. Bender,! Albany, N. Y.J JE. or. 6 

/<'. George Rugg Cutting, Waterville, N. Y. O. ;t«. i 

A.M. from Amherst; Teacher: connected with Utica Herald; 
wrote '* Student's Life in Amherst" in 1871 ; Prin. of Waterville 
High School since 1872 ; Sec. of Academic Literary Union, State of 
New York. 

T. Jesse M. Freels, East St. Louis, 111. E, afi. 4 

LL.B. Iowa State Univ.; Lawyer. 

-P. Frank A. Goss,t Vergennes, Vt. E. p. 3 

One year at Amherst ; Kaolin business — Firm of Goss and Gleeson. 

H. Henry E. Hammond,! Hadley, Mass.J 0. tjo. 7 

Two years at Amherst. 

<&. William Bradford Homer,! St. Louis, Mo., E, x^- 2 

3204 Chestnut St. 

Two years at Amherst; Lawyer, 411 Olive Street. 

r, William H. Moore,! Chicago, 111., E, no, 12 

2922 Michigan Ave. 

Two years at Amherst; Lawyer; Atty. for R. R.'s and Express 
Co.'s. 

^. JosiAH Renick Smith, Columbus, Ohio, E. Ktf, 6 

466 East Rich St. 

A.M. Amherst; Teacher; Asst. Prof. Latin and Greek Ohio 
Univ, 'ye-'Si; full Prof, since 1881. 

E. Rev. Samuel Watson Tindell, Jacksboro*, Tenn. /. vx. 8 

A.M. Amherst; Graduate Newton Theol. Inst.; Baptist Pastor at 
Cleveland, Tenn., Oct., '75, to May, '78; Prin. of Franklin Academy 
at Jacksboro', Tenn., in '74, '75 and also in '81 ; Supt. of Public 
Instruction of Brodly Co., Tenn. 





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265 




Class of 1872. 

T. GiD Alexander,! Baltimore, Md., X0. <T^. 5 

Cor. Bait, and Chas. Sts. 

One and one half years at Amherst ; Graduate of Law School, 
Lebanon, Tenn. ; Lawyer. 

X John Sullivan Bago, M.D., * X0. (J/c. 3 

West Springfield, Mass. 

A.M., honorary, Amherst, 1880; M.D., Univ. Pa., 1873; Physi- 
cian; entered Navy, Jan., 1875: Asst. Surgeon on the U. S. S. 
** Wyoming," Port Royal, S. C, 1881. 

^. George Dennison Clift, M.D., New York City, E. 7. 4 

9 E. 46th St. 

M.D. N. Y. Univ., 1877; Physician; Resident Surgeon to Cham- 
bers St. Hospital, N. Y. City. 

H. Moses Montague Herbert, Cleveland, Ohio, O. V17. 4 

13 Public Square. 

A.M. Amherst; LL.B.; Lawyer; City Prosecuting Atty.; Nat. 
Supervisor tenth U. S. Census, Sixth Dist., Ohio, 1880. 

^. Constant Cook Hodgman, Newark, N. J., /. X^* ^ 

33 Clinton Ave. 

• Engraver; Prest. of Newark Stamping Co. 

4>. *WiLEy C. Howard, Centerville, Ala. X0. ax- 5 

Entered college from Centerville, Ala. ; Graduated from Law School, 
Lebanon, Tenn. Killed at Mill Creek disaster, on Nash, and Mem- 
phis R. R., 1873. 

^. Rev. Walter Thompson, Waterford, N. Y. X0. nQ. 12 

A.M. Amherst; in charge of Episcopal Church at Cambridge, 
N. Y., June, 1875-76; at Waterford since Nov., 1877. 






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Class of 1873. 

IT Frederic Gilbert, Utica, N. Y. X0. ep. 2 

H. Thomas J. Gray,! Boston, Mass., 40 Water St. XX. jfo. i 

One year at Amherst ; Lawyer. 

T. Henry Cecil Haven, M.D., Boston, Mass., E, ao. i 

233 Marlborough St. 

M.D. Harvard Univ.; Physician. 

T. John D. McKechnie, Canandaigua, N. Y. E. 6fj. 3 

Brewer. 
S. Frank G. Nelson, New York City, 135 Broadway. E, av, 5 

Teacher at Munson Acad., 1878 ; now in the Statistical Depart- 
ment of the Mutual Union Telegraph Co., N. Y. C. 

T. John Barker Swift, M.D., Boston, Mass., E. vx- 8 

78 Chas. St. 

A.M. Amherst; M.D. Harvard; Physician; Port Physician one 
year and six months for city of Boston. 

H. William Jonathan Swift, M.D., N. Y. City, E, po. 12 

14 E. 31st St. 

A.M. Amherst, M.D. Harvard; Physician; Resident Physician, 
Bellevue Hospital, N. ¥., 1879-81 ; Asst. Surgeon to Met. Throat 
Hospital from '81 to present time. 

Class of 1874. 

Z. Clarence F. Birdseye, Brooklyn, N. Y., X©. n/. 5 

238 Warren St. 

A.M. Amherst; LL.B.; Lawyer; Member of Firm of Birdseye, 
Cloyd & Bayliss, 170 Broadway, N. Y. 

T, Charles Henry Marsh, Cimarron, New Mexico. X0. v6, 3 

Journalist ; Editor of Amherst Transcript^ i878-'79. 

T. Henry K. Sanderson, Greenfield, Mass. X0. XX- 6 

Teacher; Principal of Greenfield High School. 





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267 




Z. John Tappan Stoddard, Northampton, Mass. E. ku 2 

A.M. Amherst; Ph.D. and degree of "summa cum laude'* in 
Chemistry, Gottingen, 1877; Professor of Physics, Smith College, 1878- 
'80 ; Prof, of Chemistry and Physics sincie 1880. 

X Rev. Herbert Barclay Turner, Closter, N. J. XQ. vtf?, 8 

Clergyman ; called to first Cctngregational Church of Closter, Feb. 
6th. 1879. 

N. Frederick Wallingford Whitridge, XX. y^, 11 

New York City, 38 E. loth St. 

A.M. Amherst ; LL.B.; Lawyer, 32 Park Place ; contributor to the 
North American Review ; Member Civil Service Reform Association, 
N. Y. ; Member of Citizens' Committee, N. Y., '82. 

^. Henry Adelbert Wolff, M.D., X©. X9* i 

Cape Town, S. Africa. 

A.M. Amherst; M.D. Coll. of Phys. and Sui^., N. Y. City; Phy- 
sician. 

Class of 1875. 

B, Frederick William Johnson, M.D., X0. X9* 2 

Boston, Mass., 148 Chandler St. 

A.M. Amherst; M.D. Harvard; Degree from Boston City Hospital 
and Boston Lying-in Hospital ; Physician. 

H. Harold Smith, Chicago, 111., Palmer House. X&. kk, 6 

A. M. Amherst; LL.B. Columbia; Publisher; till Dec, *8 1, Lawyer; 
afterwards at head of branch office of Ginn & Heath, Chicago. 




Class of 1876. 

n, John Hunt Betts, Brooklyn, N. Y., JT®. XX. 5 

867 Sackett St. 

Law Student. 

T. Mark Hollingsworth,! Boston, Mass., XQ, aa, 4 

* 36 Chester Park. 

Two years at Amherst; Artist. 





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AMHERST COLLEGE. 




B. Alexander Latta Smith, Columbus, Ohio. X@. q)(p, 7 

A.M. Amherst; Lawyer ; at present in Europe. 

^. WiNFRiD Alden Stearns, Amherst, Mass. X©. tfq). 10 

Student of Science; Manager of Salem Press, Salem, Mass., for 
one year; Author of ** New England Bird Life," 1881, Messrs. 
Lee & Shepard. 

K. George Montague Swift, M.D., N. Y. City, X0. XX. 9 

14 E. 31st St. 

A.M. Amherst; M.D. College of Physicians and Surgeons, New 
York; Physician; House Physician in Bellevue Hospital, New York; 
Chief Resident Physician, N. Y. Foundling Hospital, i88o-*8i. 



Class of 1877. 

^, Charles P. BoND,f Waltham, Mass. XX, 6k. 3 

Two years at Amherst; LL.B. Boston Univ. Law School; Journalist 
and Lawyer; Financial Ed. of Boston Traveller ; also on staif oi Boston 
Herald. Has been connected with Boston press since 1879. 

T, Wilbur Boileau Marple, M.D., Columbus, Ohio, Xfe). i. 2 

31 E. Friend St. 

A.M. Amherst; M.D.; Physician; two years teacher in Warren, 
Ohio, High School, i876-'77. 

^. Rev. Alfred DeWitt Mason, XG. 6?. 3 

Locust Valley, Queens Co., N. Y. 

One year at Hamilton ; three years at Amherst; A.M. Amherst ; 
Graduate of Theolog. Sera., New Brunswick, N. J.; Clergyman; 
ordained and installed over Reformed Church of Locust Valley, Oct. 
7, 1 88a 



B. Edward Romans Peet, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Engineer. Present address Craigsford, Iowa. 



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Class of 1878. 
T, Bradford Allen, East Bridgewater, Mass. XQ. r, 4 

B.S. Amherst ; now Medical Student at Harvard. 

2, Eugene Allen Dike, Brooklyn, N. Y., X&. tt, 7 

30 Remsen St. 

Lawyer. 

n. Chas. Humphrey Fuller, Brooklyn, N. Y., X0. a. 8 

366 Greene Ave. 
Lawyer, 181 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

<P. Henry Root Goodnow, Brooklyn, N. Y., X&, or. 12 

32 Remsen St. 

Student; Instructor in Physics, Amherst, i88o-'8i ; Student at 
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 

P. Edwin Smith Jones, Jr., Minneapolis, Minn. X0. v. lo 

Lawyer. v 

T. William Peet, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y., X&, r. 4 

Columbia Heights. 
Lawyer. 

B, George Tallman Spahr, Columbus, Ohio. X0. z. 2 

Lawyer; Editor Columbus Gazette. 

^. Frank Waterman Stearns, Boston, Mass., X0. z. 3 

Hotel Vendome. 

Member firm of Nowell, Steams & Co., Wool Merchants, 139 
Federal St. 




Class of 1879. 

/. George Stanton Coit, Columbus, Ohio, X©. 6, 5 

196 S. 3d St. 

Instructor in English at Amherst, 1880**81. 





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AMHfiRST COLLEGE. 




B. William Whiting Davis, Brooklyn, N. Y., X&, pt. ii 

410 Adelphi St. 

Teacher; Instructor in English and Elocution in Brooklyn Poly. 
Inst, i88o-'82; now Instruptor in Elocution, Adelphi Academy. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

77. Frank Johnson Goodnow, Brooklyn, N. Y., X&. it, 7 

32 Remsen St. 

Graduate of Harvard Law School ; B.S. Amherst ; Lawyer. Mem- 
ber of Law Firm of Goodnow & Hagen, 59 Wall St., N. Y. 

A. Winston Henry Hagen, Brooklyn, N. Y., X0. <ar. 12 

\ 1399 Pacific St. 

LL.B. Columbia; Lawyer; Member of Law Firm of Goodnow & 
Hagen, 59 Wall St., N. Y. 

A. Frank Mackie Johnson, Norwich, Conn. X0. iq), 7 

B.S. Amherst; Med. Student Harvard, 7 Ashburton Place, Boston, 
Mass. 

M. George W. Lattimer, Columbus, Ohio, X0. v, 10 

402 E. Rich St. 
Secy, and Treas. Nelsonville Coal and Coke Company. 



Class of 1880. 



/. 



JT. 



William R. Crowfoot, Le Roy, N. Y. 

Law Student. 



X0. v\. 9 



B. 



M. 



M. 






Henry Wickb:s Goodrich, Brooklyn, N. Y., XG. Xy. 11 

202 Cumberland St. 

Lawyer; LL.B. Columbia. 

Geo. Pelton Lawrence, North Adams, Mass. 

One year at Williams; three years at Amherst; Law Student 
Columbia. 

Edwin J. Learned,! Georgetown, Colorado. X&, v. 7 

One year at Amherst; left Amherst in '77; went to Yale. 

Robert Storer Stevenson, E Orange, N. J. XS. i<p. 7 

Architect. 



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AMHERST COLLEGE. 



271 




Class of 1881. 

B, Lawrence Frazer Abbott, JT©. yy, 11 

Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Business Manager of Christian Union. Address, Christian Union^ 
Washington Square, New York. 

2. John Core,! Baltimore, Md., 69 N. Gilmore St. X©. AA. 9 

Two years at Amherst ; Clerk with Cushings & Bailey, Booksellers 
and Publishers, Baltimore, Md. 

T, Henry Noble Galloway,! Columbus, Ohio, X0. pa, 12 

471 E. Town St.. 

One term at Amherst ; Lawyer. 

B. Frank Henry Parsons, Brooklyn, N. Y., X(9. <pq). 7 

36 Tompkins Place. 

Law Student, Columbia. 

©. Ellis Gray Seymour, Brooklyn, N. Y., X©. 66, 3 

151 Warren St. 
LL.B. Columbia; I^aw Student in office of Hon. Perry Belmont, 
M. C. 

/I. Charles Barzillai Spahr, Columbus, Ohio, X0. nn, 12 

E. Town St. 

Teacher in Columbus High School; assistant Flditor Columbus 
Gazette, 

E, Andrew Findlay Underhill,! N. Y. City, X©. kk, 5 

130 Lexington Ave. 

One and one half years at Amherst ; Dry Goods Commissioner. 

N. *Walter Lavington Vernon, Brooklyn, N. Y. X©. aa. i 

Two years at Amherst. Died at his home, Oct. 24th, 1879. 




C/ass of 1882. 
K, John Albree, Jr.,t Boston, Mass., 122 Concord St. X0. (ptp, 7 

Two years at Amherst. 





272 



AMHERST COLLEGE. 




T. Horace Blanchard Chase, Chicago, 111., XQ, yy. n 

20 Bryan Block. 
Law Student. 

^. William Storrs Green, Lowell, Mass. X0. nn. 12 

One year at Middlebury; three years at Amherst; Law Student. 

U. George Atwater Hall, Chicago, 111., X&, aa. 4 

194 Dearborn Ave. 

Student Hartford Theological Seminary. 

B, Samuel Anson Howard,! Warsaw, N. Y- X0. y^, 11 

Three years at Amherst. 

N Franklin B. Hussey,! Northampton, Mass. X&, 66. 3 

One year at Amherst; engaged in Hardware business, N. B. Hussey 
& Co., Northampton. 

2. William Foster Stearns, Boston, Mass., XO, ee, 2 

Hotel Vendome. 

Student at Hartford Theological Seminary. 




C/ass of 1883. 

n Thomas Cochran,! Brooklyn, N. Y., X6. q), 7 

196 Livingston St. 

Three years at Amherst ; Instructor in Brooklyn Poly. Ins. since 
Sept. '82. 

M. H. Seymour Houghton, Piermont, N. Y. 

^. John Mackie Johnson, Norwich, Conn. 

E. Clarence Lincoln Nichols, Fairbault, Minn. X0. x^- i 

B, Edward Smith Parsons, Brooklyn, N. Y., X&, v, 5 

36 Tompkins Place. 

A. Edward Emerson Saben, Somerville, Mass., X&. ^o. 2 

110 Pearl St. 

r. Osgood Smith, Portland, Me., 105 State St. X&, tf. 2 



xe, K^, 6 

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AMHERST COLLEGE. . 273 

■ ■ ■ I ■■-■ ,■» „ 1 

T. Henry Dows Stebbins, Cazenovia, N. Y. XQ, XP- i 

E, John Baldwin Walker, Spencer, Mass. X0. r. 8 

Two years at Amherst; entered Harvard Oct. '8x. 

Class of 1 884. 

^, Otis Webb Barker, Brooklyn, N. Y., XQ, sr, 2 

385 Adelphi St. 

Z. Charles William Eustis, Springfield, Mass. XQ, at, i 

^. John Hinchman Noble, Morristown, N. J. X@, dX, 3 

2. Arthur Robert Turner, Paris, France, XS. at, 4 

12 Rue de Clichy. 

K. Edward Darwin Upham, Waukegan, 111. X&. ao. 5 

N, Herbert Dickinson Ward, Newark, N. J., X@, an, 6 

Abington Ave. 

Class 0/ i2^%^. 

r. Herbert Vaughan Abbott, XQ, ax. i 

Comwall-on- Hudson, N. Y. 

S. Hanford Montrose Burr, Lyme, Conn. /. kS, 7 

*. Tod Buchanan Galloway, Columbus, Ohio, XQ, kb, 2 

471 E. Town St. 

Z. Alfred Marvin Hall, Chicago, 111., XQ, vd. 3 

194 Dearborn Ave. 

N, Walter Carroll Low, Brooklyn, N. Y., XQ, va, 4 

343 Grand Ave. 

H, Charles Stuart Street, Cortland, N. Y. XQ, na, 5 

S. Frank Ellsworth Whitman, Chicago, 111., XQ, kx, 6 

436 W. Adams St. 







AiiPHA Omicron, 



A. r. 

r. WM. I. GIBSON. 
Z. GEO. WINSTON. 

A. 0. 

JAMES P. ALLEN. 
JOHN E. BEATTIE. 
. JAMES M. DAVISON. 
EDGAR H. FARRAR. 
O. P. FITZ SIMMONS. 







University of 
Virginia. 



• ♦ • 



Class of 1868. 
K. James Pierson Allen,! Charleston, S. C, 6 Glebe St. /. ^t, i 

Ph. 6. from Furman Univ.; was two years at Univ. of Va., and two 
years at Furman Univ.; Priv. in Confed. service. Co. 6, Battalion 
S. C. Cadets ; six months in service ; Civil Engineer ; has served as 
Asst. Engineer on River and Harhor work in the Northwest, from 
Nov,, 1874, to June, 1875 ; employed as Engineer in construction of 
Chimbote, Haaraz and Ricuay R. R. Co., Peru ; now engaged in con- 
struction of Charleston Jetties. 

Z. John E. Beattie, New York City. O. £/c. 2 

Merchant. 



XA, X' I 




/i. James M. Davison, Claiborne Co., Ala. 

E, Edgar Howard Farrar, New Orleans, La., 

536 Royal St. 

M. A in coarse ; Lawyer ; City Atty. of New Orleans ; for three 
years Member Board of Supervisors of La. State Univ., and Agricul- 
tural and Mechanical College. 

P. O. P. FiTZ Simmons, Augusta, Ga. XA. X, 10 

N. Wm. Irvin Gibson, Rienzi, Miss. AT. X- i 

Connected with University of Miss, for a short time ; Lawyer. 

B. George Winston, Friars Point, Miss. 2. vp. 3 

Lawyer. 





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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. 




XX, p, I 

X9, vx, 8 
XX, p. I 




Class of 1869. 

M. *JoHN Bailey Adger, Jr., L ks. i 

Pendleton, Anderson Co., S. C. 

Planter; at one time Prof, of Chemistry in Univ. of Miss. Died 
Feb. 3d, 1880. His death was the result of injuries received during 
a runaway. 

M. *T. E. Ayres, Buckingham Co., Va. 
Died, 1874. 

N, J. Adger Clark, AsheYiUe, N. CJ 

N. Albert Carey Estes, Brownsville, Tenn. 

B.L. from Univ. of Va.; Lawyer; was in Confed. service as Priv. 
7th Tenn. Regt. Cav. for two years ; City Atty. for Brownsville, 
Tenn. 

B. *RoBERT LovAT Fraser, Georgetown, S. C. XA, k. 6 

Lawyer and Banker ; was Treas. G. & N. C. Narrow Gauge R. R. ; 
Ed. Georgetown Times. Died, 1880. 

Class of 1870. 

E, T. J. Carson, Natchez, Miss. XX, p. i 

T. Preston Rion, Winnsboro', Fairfield Co., S. C. XB, kx, 12 
Two years at Univ. of S. C. ; two years at Univ. of Va. ; Farmer. 

M. Isaac Taylor Smith, Macon, Noxubee Co., Miss. XQ, kx, 12 

Connected with University of Miss, for a short time; Merchant; 
Farmer. 

E, James M. Stewart, XQ. kx* 12 

Winnsboro', Fairfield Co., S. C. 
Was two years at Univ. of Va., and two years at Univ. of S. C. ; 
Planter; was in Confed. service as Priv. S. C. Cadets for five months. 

M. H. A. Strode, Amherst, Va. XX. tp. i 

M.A. in course; Teacher; was in Confed. service with Pegram's 
Battery of Artillery during entire war ; Editor local paper, and Prin- 
cipal Kenmore Univ. High School. 






AliPha Psi. 



-•-»- 



A. X. 

r. GEORGE M. GAGE. 
Z. C. COOK HODGMAN. 

A. *. 

SAMUEL H. ABY, Jr. 
BENJAMIN J. HUNTING. 
EDWARD NICOLL. 
EDWARD L. PARKER. 







GoBNEiiLi University, 



-*♦«- 



. Class of 1871. 



P. a. I 

P. o. 9 

P. 7. 10 



K. Samuel H. Aby, Jr., New Orleans, La.t 
-B. B. J. DoERFLiNGER, New York City .J 
J3. Benjamin J. Hunting, Lockport, N. Y. 

Lawyer. 

-B. John E. Moore, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Lawyer. 

P. Edward Llewellyn Parkei^, Buffalo, N. Y., 
^ 85 Chippewa St. 

One year at Amherst ; three years at Cornell ; Lawyer. 

U. Charles E. Taft, Chicago, 111- P. po. 13 



P. p. 12 



S. t;<y. 9 



C^^j of 1872. 



P. /c. 7 




P. L. B. Babcock, St. Louis, Mo., 406 North 3d St. 

Merchant. 

iV. J. R. Curtis, Geneseo, N. Y.J O. ao. 4 

^. D. H. McMillan, Buffalo, N. Y, 238 Penn St. X@. ks. 2 

Counsel of N. Y. C. and H. R. R. Co., Lake Shore and Michigan 
Southern R. R. Co., and Canada Southern R. R. Co., at Buffalo. 

3* Edward Nicoll, Islip, L. I. P. fc. 6 

Lawyer, 62 Liberty St., N. Y. 





282 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY. 




*. Andrew J, Reynolds, Olcott, L. I. P. 1C7. 6 

Indian Agent, Indian Territory. 

E. William J. Young, Oyster Bay, L. I. P. r^S, 10 

Member Assembly, i88<>-'8i ; Pres. Northern Railway Co. of L. I.; 
Pres: Board of Trustees, School District No. 9, Town of Oyster Bay, 
Queens Co. 



E. /cA. 6 
E, rfS, 10 



Class ^1873. • 

Z. Samuel Hamill, St. Louis, Mo.J 
*. F. W. Ingersoll, Canton, 111. 

Merchant 

JT. George B. Turner, Aubum, N. Y., O. ice. 3 

39 Williams St. 
Special Surrogate of Cayuga Co. 







AiiPHA Tau< 



• • • 



A. B. 

I 

r. GEORGE HOWE. Jr. 

Z. JAMES H. THORNWELL. 

A. T. 

JAMES W. BOYD. 
JAMES H. BRYCE. 
FRANK GILBERT. 
LEWIS P. JONES. 
W. DAVIES KIRKLAND. 
HENRY E. PARTRIDGE. 






"^ 



IVoFFORD College. 



< ♦ • 



Class of i867, 

^. Joseph Adolphus Foster, Spartanburg, S. C 2. XP- i 

A.M.; Merchant; in war on Confed. side; Priv. 5th Regt. Ky. 
Cav., Morgan's command. 




Class of 1869. 
H. Daniel Allston Du Pr6, Spartanburg, S. C O. k(J. 2 

A.M.; Teacher: Confederate army, 4th Regt. S. C. Militia, two 
months; Prof, of Chemistry and Geology, Wofford College, since 1877. 

n. Lewis Pou Jones, Edgefield, S. C. 0. ad, 1 

AM.; Farmer. 

S. George Williams Walker, O. kk. 2 

Summerville, Charleston Co., S. C. 

A.M.; Minister M. £. Church: on Confed. side during last year of 
war, Arsenal Cadets, Columbia, S. C; Prof, of Classical Dept., Green- 
ville, S. C, High School, i87o-'74 ; Pastor at Greenwood, S. C, 
1874; Chester, S. C, 1875 ; Winnsboro*, S. C, 1876; Bethel Church, 
S. C, 1877; Darlington, S. C, 1878; Lexington, Mo., i88o-'8i; 
Summerville, S. C, 1882-. 





286 



WOFFORD COLLEGE. 




Class of 1870. , 

B, Hon. James Walter Grey, XQ. 10. 8 

Greenville, S. C, Coffee St. 

A.M.; Lawyer; in late war on Con fed. side; two years a Private 
in Hampton Legion ; eighteen months Lieut. 27th Ga. Battalion ; for 
six months Capt. in same ; Member S- C. House Rep. 

/. Rev. Wellborn Davies Kirkland, O. itf. 7 

Holly Hill P. O., Charleston Co., S. C 

B.S.; Methodist Minister, Coleston Circuit, 1871 ; Marion St 
Church, Columbia, S. C, '72-'3-'4-'5 ; Greenville, S. C, '76; Mars 
Bluff, S. C.,'77-80; Providence Circuit, S. C, *8i-82. During part 
of year 1876 Prof, in Columbia, S. C, Female Coll. 



Class of 1871. 
r. Rev. Robert Walter Barber, Chester Co., S. C. /. 0. 7 

Methodist Minister; in Confed. army; Private 5th Batt. S. C. 
Reserves ; served six months ; Prof, in Williamston Female Coll., 
1872-73; Pastor Williamston. S. C, '73-74; Pickens Circuit, S. 
C, *74-'75; Cokesberry, S. C, '75-'76; Cane Creek Circuit, *76- 
*77 ; Rock Hill Circuit, '77-78; Orangeburg Circuit, '78; Super- 
numerary for past three years. 

n. James W. Boyd, St. Joseph, Mo., 903 Robidoux St. 0. vv, 9 

Lawyer ; six months in Confed. army ; first Sergt. 3d S. C. Regt. ; 
Prof, of Medical Jurisprudence at Northwestern Med. College; At- 
torney, Bradstreet's Commercial Agency. 



9, James Henry Bryce, Spartanburg, S. C. 
A.M.; Lawyer. 



0. va. 4 




B, Rev. Henry Edward Partridge, Ocala, Fla. O. vv. 3 

Methodist Minister; Pastor at Quincy Station, Fla., '72-73; St 
John's River, Fla., '73-74; Quincy Station, Fla., '74-75; Lake 
City Station, Fla., '75-76 ; Key West Station, Fla., '77-78; second 





WOFFORD COLLEGE. 287 




Church, Micanopy Circuit, '78-* 79; Ocala Circuit, '79-*8o; Ocala 
Station, '80- . 

A, Rev. Thomas Walter Smith, Concord, N. C. X. X9' i 

Methodist Minister. 



Class of 1%J2. 

B. Charles Alexander David, Greenville, S. C, 2, \(r. 2 

Buncombe St. 

Dry Goods Salesman. 

r. Frank Allen Gilbert, Yorkville, S. C O. KCf, 2 

Bank Cashier. 

T, Robert J. Shipp,! Lincolnton, N. C. O. rr. 5 

In college three years ; Lawyer ; Mayor of Lincolnton for three 
terms. 

2. Charles Forster Smith, Nashville, Tenn. XX, i, 2 

Reed. A.M. from Wofford College, and Ph.D. from Leipsic Uni- 
versity, i88t ; Prof. Greek and German, Wofford College, 1875-81 ; 
Asst. Prof. Latin and Greek, Williams College, Mass.; now Prof. 
French and German Vanderbilt Univ. 

B. Charles Albert Woods, Marion, S. C. -2. an. 4 

Lawyer. 



Class ^1873. 
H. Wiley Baxter Burnett,! Athens, Ga. X0. es, 2 

In college two and one half years ; Merchant. 

n. Rev. John Elam Carlisle, Anderson, S. C. XX, o. 4 

A.M.; Methodist Minister, Cheraw, 1874-6; Yorkville, 1876; 
Chester, 1877-79; Anderson, i879-'82. 

/. Edward George Keitt, M.D., Newberry, S. C. X vk, 3 

Practising Physician. 






288 



WOFFORD COLLEGE. 




Class of 1874. 
S. Stephen Bull Fowles,! Beaufort, S. C. X0. «p. 6 

In college two years ; Lawyer ; Chairman Board of Commissioners 
for Beaufort Co., election of 1880. 

A. William Clement Gilliam, M.D., N. Y. City, P. a?. 5 

353 5th Ave. 

Was graduated from Med. Dept. Univ. of Va., 1876, and from N. 
y. Med. Coll., 1877 ; Practising Physician. 



B. James Boliver Jones, Trenton, S. C. 

Farmer. 



P. V. 12 



M. Frank Marion Schumpert,! Newberry Co., S. C. X ao, 4 

Two years in college ; Farmer. 

/. Charles Benjamin Sessions, San Francisco, Cal. XQ, ik, 7 

Lawyer. 




Class of 1875. 

A Rev. Arthur Crawford Walker, -^^0. nic, 12 

Laurens, S. C. 

Methodist Minister; Chester, '76-'7 ; Winnsboro', '77-8; Backs- 
ville, '78-9; Wards, '80; Laurens, '81-82. 

E, George William Wannamaker,! P» ^. 2 

St. Matthew P. O., Orangeburg Co., S. C. 
Two years in coll. ; Planter. 

i>. Pearson Bonneaux Wightman, M.D., XQ, itx. 8 

Flemingsburg, Ky. 

Practising Physician. 





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289 





Class of 1876. 
r, Wilbur Emory Burnett, Spartanburg, S. C. -2, q>qi. 7 

Asst. Cashier National Bank. 

« 

H. Marshall W. Craton, M.D., XX, nv. 5 

Rutherfordton, N.C 

Practising Physician. 

r. Rev. Thomas E. Gilbert,! Kingstree, S. C X a, 8 

Was in coll. two years; Methodist Minister: Pastor at Bennetts- 
ville Circuit, '77; Yorkville Station, '78, '79, '80; Kingstree, 1881- 
'82. 

/'. Elias Alexander McBee, Washington, D. C, ^0. ;f<y. i 

339 C St., N. W. 

Was graduated from Columbian Law School, Washington, D. C. ; 
Lawyer ; Clerk U. S. Senate Civil Service and Retrenchment Com. 

/. John Nobli^ Mitchell,! Rutherfordton, N. C. X0. (T//. 5 
B. Thomas Christmas Robinson, Pickens Co., S. C. XQ, xf^* i 

Farmer. 

K. Foster Alexander Sondley, Ashville, N. C. X&, o. 2 

Lawyer. 

//. James H. Spann, M.D.,t N. Y. City, 14 5th Ave. XQ. itf. 3 

Three years in colL; M.D. Bellevue Medical Hospital College. 
N. Y. ; Practising Physician ; House Physician and Surgeon to St. 
John*s Riverside Hospital ; attending Physician to N. Y. Dispensary. 



Class of 1877. 
B. James Hampton Kirkland, Spartanburg, S. C -2. f«. 2 

A.M.; Prof. Greek, Latin and German, WofTord College, S. C. 

P. Joseph Sessions, Georgetown, S. C, XQ. t. 3 

Lawyer. 





290 WOFFORD COLLEGE. 




il. Rev. John William Tarboux, X0. o. 8 

Spartanburg Co., S. C 

A.M. Methodist Minister, Bennettsville Circuit, 1878; Cane Creek 
Circuit, 1879; Cherokee Springs Circuit, i88c>-'i; now appointed as 
a Missionary in Brazil, S. A. 



Class of 1878. 

r. *JoHN Ferguson Browning, Spartanburg, S. C XG, v. 3 
A.M.; Planter. 

M. William Clarence Browning, Spartanburg, S. C, X&, 6v. 3 

Church St. 

B.S. from Wofford College ; was graduated from Law Dept. , Univ. 
Va.; Lawyer. 

/. Warren Du Pre, Spartanburg, S. C. X&, <T. 4 

Merchant. 

B. William Montague Jones, Spartanburg, S. C X&. (Xr. 9 

A.M.} Lawyer; Principal Bishop's Branch Academy from Jan. 15, 
1879, to Sept. I, i83o ; Principal New Prospect High School from 
Jan. 4, 1881, to Oct. I, i88i; Principal Pendleton Academy, '81-82. 

J. Thomas M. Jordan, Winnsboro', S. C. XX. r. 8 

In coll. three years ; Fanner. 




Class of 1879. 
/. Edward Earle Bomar, Spartanburg, S. C. X dot. 3 

A.M.; Lawyer; Principal Spartanburg Male Academy. 

K, Daniel Calhoun Du Pr6, X&. ytc. 11 

McClellansville, Charleston Co., S. C. 
Teacher; Prin. McClellansville School. 





WOFFORD COLLEGE. 29 1 




B. Rev. James Rufus King, Dahlonega, Ga. X®, dr, 9 

B.S.; Methodist Minister; in North Ga. Conference. 

T. Samuel Wilds Gilliespie Shipp,! 2. ^o. 12 

De Kalb, Bowie Co., Tex. 

Was graduated from Vanderbilt Univ. ; Lawyer. 

A, Arthur Clarence Wightman, XX. x- 8 

Orangeburg Co., S. C. 

A.M. ; since March, 1880, Principal South Lejon's Academy. 



Class of 1880. 
N. William Manor Cauthen,! Orangeburg Co., S. C XQ, Si, 9 

Was one year in college ; Farmer ; now Trustee of Public Schools, 
Orangeburg Co., S. C. 

B, Hugh Walker Pemberton, Charleston, S. C, XX, X, 7 

62 Wentworth St. 

Teacher; Prin. St Matthew's Academy, Orangeburg Co., S. C, 
i88o-*i-2. 




Class of 1 88 1. 

M. William Mouzon Clarke,! Columbia, S. C, XB. i, 1 2 

58 Lumber St. 

In coll. two and one half years ; Merchant. 

P. Philip Day Kerrison,! N. Y. City, 113 E. 14th St. 0. (Xe. 5 

Was in coll. two years ; Merchant. 

/. Henry Harrison Kinard,! Newberry, S. C. 4- ^o, 11 

In coll. two and one half years ; Farmer. 

P. Rev. Charles B. Smith,! Lynchburg, S. C. XQ. }. 10 

Was in coll. three years ; Farmer and Methodist Minister. 






292 WOFFORD COLLEGE. 

Class of 1882. 
IE. Rev. Samuel H. Hilliard,! Brevard, N. C. X©. r. 6 

Was two years at WofTord and one year at Vanderbilt Univ.; 
Methodist Minister ; in N. C. Conference, Brevard Circuit. 

B, William Henry Lawton, /. a, i 

Allendale, Barnwell Co., S. C 
Teacher. 

A, W. Ernest Merchant,! Newberry, S. C. 'K.A, va, 4 

Was two years in colL ; Lawyer. 

IT. Frank Z. WiLSON,f Newberry Co., S. C X0. v^i. 9 

Was three years in coll.; Planter. 

Class of 1883. 
<P. LouNDES Jefferson Browning,! Union Co., S. C. A, tpX. 7 

Was two years in colL; Planter. 

E, Clarence Sims Nettles,! Darlington, S. C /. ^v, 8 

One year at WofiFord; Student at Vanderbilt Univ , in part 1881-82. 

Z. T. Heber Wannamaker,! Bamberg, S. C P. on. 5 

Was two years in coll. ; Theological Student. 

B, Edward Orr Woods, Darlington, S. C. X0. XX- i 

Class of 1884. 

Z. *JoHN Kennedy De Pass, Camden, S. C. XX ar, 4 

Died first term Freshman year. 

2. Benjamin Franklin Evans, X©. A., n 

Charleston, S. C, 20 George St. 

P. James Howard Fowler,! Spartanburg, S. C -X©. r. 9 

Was two years in coll.; Farmer. 






WOFFORD COLLEGE. 




293 



K. John Robinson Hagood, Charleston, S. C, X0. p. 12 

I Maiden Lane. 

*. Russell Easterling Mood, Edgefield, S. C. XQ. i. 3 

K Washington Gaillard Smith,! Spartanburg, S, C X&. a, 9 

Was one year in coll.; Asst. Book-keeper Clifton Manfg. Co., 
Spartanburg Ca, S. C. 

*. William Du Bose Stevens,! Charleston, S. C, XA, rj. 3 

25 Pitt St. 

Was one year in coll.; now Member Charleston College. 

Z. William Mouzon Stokes,! X&, 66. 9 

Early Branch, Hampton Co., S. C. 
Two years in college. 

K. John Pinckney Wiohtman, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. XO, gxp. 7 



Class 0/ 1SS5. 

H, Julius Elisha Cogswell, Charleston, S. C, XQ, d, 5 

46 Pitt St. 

One year in coll. ; now member Citadel Academy, Charleston, S. C. 

T. John F. Folk,! Bamberg, S. C. XQ, o. 4 

One year in coll. 

r. Joseph Manor Lawton, XQ, r. 4 

Lawtonville P. O., Hampton Co., S. C. 

One year in Wofford; now member Citadel Academy, Charleston, 
S.C. 

T. George M. Long,! Newberry Co., S. C. XA, co. 5 

One year in college. 

E, Christian Keener Mount, Baltimore, Md., XQ, co, 5 

65 McCulloh St. 







AL.FHA NU. 



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A. M. 

r. EDWARD J. DAVENPORT. 
Z. ALBE?: SMITH. 

A. N. 

GEO. E. RICKER. 
EDWIN C. CHATFIELD. 
WILLIAM L. BASSETT. 
PIERCE P. FURBER. 
WILLIAM E. LEONARD 
LEWIS S. GILLETTE. 







Universitt 

OF Minnesota. 



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Class of 1874. 

B, Edwin Crane Chatfield, Minneapolis, Minn., O. k. 7 

31 Wash. Ave., S. 

B.S. from University of Minn.; LL.B. from University of Iowa ; 
Lawyer. 

B, Geo. Edwin Ricker, M.D., Northfield, O. p. 6 

Rice Co., Minn. 

Physician ; Health Officer of Northfield ; County Physician of Rice 
Co.; Instructor at Macalester College, Minn., z874-'75. 




Class of 1875. 
B, Samuel Addison Rank, Central City, Col. /. e;?. 2 

C.E. from University of Minn.; Surveyor in U. S. Dept. of Min- 
eral, Civil and Miner Engineers ; U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. 

A. Simon Peter Starritt, M. D., Anoka, X0. p. 3 

Anoka Co., Minn. 

Was graduated from Hahneman College, Phil., Pa., Phjrsician and 
Surgeon (Homeopathic) ; in the Federal service, Hatch's Independent 
battalion pf Miqn. Volunteers, Private ; served three years. 





298 



UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 




Class t?/" 1876. 

r, Wm. Lincoln Bassett, Minneapolis, Minn., 0. fi. 4 

25 Eastman Ave. 

Member of Alpha Epsilon during 1877-78, while at Ann Arbor 
Law School ; Lumberman. 

^. Charles I. Brown,! Mankato, Minn. X o. 10 

Three years in coll.; Civil Engineer; City Engineer of Mankato. 

E. Pierce Power Furber, New York City. O. o. 10 

Graduate of Mass. Institute of Technology, '77, S.B. ; M.I.T. 
B.C E. from University of Minn. ; Architect, No. 2 Wall Street. 

B, Lewis Singer Gillette, Niles, Mich. O. £. \\ 

B.S. and C.E.; Manager, Secretary and Treasurer of Niles Chilled 
Plow Co. 

A, Eugene Alvin Hendrickson, St. Paul, Minn., X0. a?. 7 

Cor. Snelling and Como Aves. 

B.S. and C.E. from Univ. of Minn.; LL.B. from Univ. of Iowa ; 
Lawyer ; County Superintendent of Schools, Ramsey Co., Minn., two 
terms of two years each. 

B. Wm. Edwin Leonard, M.D., Minneapolis, Minn., 0. <y. 8 

427 2d Ave., South. 

Received degree of M.D. from Hahneman Med. College, PhU., Pa.; 
Physician. 




Class of 1877. 

"E, Albert Preston Hendrickson, X0. nv, 5 

Grand Forks, Dakota, cor. 4th St. and Demers Ave. 

Received degree of B.S. from Univ. of Minn. ; Wheat Inspector; 
Special Agent for David Dows & Co. , N. Y., for Northern Dakota. 





UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 



299 




^. Stephen Ma honey, Minneapolis, Minn. /. Srf» 3 

Received LL.B. from Univ. of Iowa ; Lawyer. 

B, John Waldo Perkins, Minneapolis, Minn., X0. vr. 8 

420 University Ave. 

Lawyer ; Principal of Sauk Centre, Minn. High School, 1878-70; 
and Teacher of English and Latin in same place, 1877-78. 

^. James Almarin QuiNN,f M. D., St. Paul, Minn., X0. p. 2 

329 Jackson St. 

Left college, third term. Junior year ; M D. from Coll. of Phys. 
and Surg., New York city ; Physician and Sui^eon; Prof of Urinary 
and Venereal Diseases, in Minn. Coll. Hospital. 

r. Charles H. Rickert,! Rochester, Minn. X p. 6 

Two years in college ; Book-keeper. 




Class of 1878. 

B, Chas. Spencer Bushnell, Minneapolis, Minn., XQ. r^q>, lo 

904 Western Ave. 

B.M.E. from Univ. of Minn.; Sec. and Treas. of North Western 
Stove Works, Minneapolis, Minn. 

H. Charles M. Butts,! Wabashaw, Minn. XQ. Kp, 2 

Two years in college. 

H, Myron De Vere Taylor, St. Cloud, Minn. XQ. //. 5 

B.S. Univ. of Minn, ; Lawyer. 

B. Clarence T. Ward,! St. Paul, Minn., 462 Dayton Ave. 2. k, 7 

Three years in college ; Lawyer. 

Z. Howell Winthrop Young,! Minneapolis, Minn., X&. a. 5 

1 107 University Ave. 

One year in Univ. of Minn,; B.S. at Dartmouth, and Graduate ; 
Lawyer. 




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300 



UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 




C/ass of 1879. 

B, Timothy Edwin Byrnes, Minneapolis, Minn., 0. n. 6 

27 Nicollet Island. 

B.S. Univ. of Minn.; Lawyer. 

I, George Gray Ca :^viLLE,t Helena, Montana. P. vv. 8 

Three years in college ; Sheep raising. 

/. Addison Gage, Jr., Minneapolis, Minn., XX, e. 4 

28 South 8th St. 

B.S. Univ. of Minn. ; Journalist ; Managing Editor of Evening 
Journal^ Minneapolis. Minn.; connected with -the Press since 1879. 

B, John Finley Goodnow, Minneapolis, Minn. V. kk. 6 

B.A. Univ. of Minn.; Lumberman. 

n. Allen J. Greer, Lake City, Minn. O. r. 2 

B.S. Univ. of Minn.; Teacher; Supt. of Schools, Wabusha Co., 
Minn., '79 ; Abst. to State Supt. Schools during five years. 

B. Frank Smith McKean, Minneapolis, Minn., 2. vff. 4 

421 N. E. 2d St. 

Clerk in Wholesale Hardware House. 

n, George Henry Partridge, Minneapolis, Minn., 0. A. 3 

I GIG I St Ave., North. 

B. S. Univ. of Minn. ; Cashier of Wyman, Mullen & Van Dyke, 
Wholesale House. 

Z. RuFus R. RAND,t Minneapolis, Minn., XX, g). 7 

7th St., cor. 6th Ave. 
Book-keeper Minneapolis Gas Light Co. 




C/ass of 1880. 

H. William A. CuRRiE,t Buxton, Traill Co., D. T. 
Two years in college ; Wheat buyer. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 



301 




^. EvERiTT Carpenter Johnson,! St. Charles, Minn. XX. k. 3 

Three years in college ; Hardware Dealer. 

E. Thomas Clarkson Lindley,! Minneapolis, Minn. P. tpX- 8 

Two years in college ; Book-keeper. 
B, Harvey Page Smith, St. Vincent, Kittson Co., Minn. XX. €(T. 4 

B.S. Univ. of Minn. ; Banker. 

H. WiLLARD I. WELLMAN,t Rochester, Minn. P. <po. 7 

One year in college ; Book-keeper. 



C/ass of 188 1. 

B. Herbert Oscar Chowen, Minneapolis, Minn., X0. a<s. i 

Cor. 5th St. and ist S. Ave. 
Book-keeper for L. Fletcher & Co. 

Z. George R. Farmer,! Spring Valley, Minn. XA, a, 9 

Two years in college ; Lawyer. 

B. George Southerland Grimes, Minneapolis, Minn. O. o 8 

B.S. Univ. of Minn. ; now student of law at Ann Arbor. 

B. Robert Jamison,! Minneapolis, Minn., XA. nit, 5 

^ 27 Eastman Ave. 
Three years in college ; Lawyer. 

H, Charles Edward Kent, Toledo, Ohio, XX. o. 10 

Collingwood Ave. 
Lawyer. 



r. Harvey Earl Partridge,! St. Paul, Minn. 

Three years in college ; Book-keeper. 



L nn. 5 




B. Fred. Beal Snyder, Minneapolis, Minn., P. (^(T. 3 

410 S. loth St. 

I-awyer. 





302 



UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 




Class of 1882. 

B, Arthur Edwin Dickerman, Decorah, Iowa. 2. k. 5 

A. Walter Herbert Dickerman,! St. Paul, Minn. X&. Ktf. 2 

J. William Henry Hayward,! St. Cloud, Minn. 2. X. 2 

J. Richard Hartwell Johnson, XA. afi 4 

St. Charles, Minn. 

H, Milton Pickett, Albert Lea, Minn. /. (Jr. 3 

H, Fred. Reynolds,! Crookston, Minn. 0. ae. i 

B, Harry Amy Strong, Decorah, Iowa. /. ««, 2 
B, Charles Myron Webster, Red Wing, Minn. 2. n, 4 



Class of 1883. 

^. Edson Starr Gaylord, Minneapolis, Minn. 
r. Alberton Heath Hali^ Minneapolis, Minn. 
A, David Percy Jones, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Z. Tracy Wilder Pratt, Red Wing, Minn. 
Z. Albert Irving Reed, Hastings, Minn. 
A, Louis Orville Smith, Le Sueur, Minn. 
H. Sumner Lincoln Trussell, Champlin, Minn. 



JT©. q>T, 7 

/. «<r. 2 

XA, ffO, 5 

E. aco. I 

XA. aa, I 

/. \V. II 
/. 100. 5 




Class of 1884. 

A. Elmer Ellsworth Adams, Minneapolis, Minn. E. iff, 7 
H, Frank D. Anthony, Escanaba, Mich. XX. ev. 4 





UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. 



303 




H, Albert Melancthon Baldwin, 



X©. IX- I 



Tower City, Dak. Ter. 
H» Leon Treat Chamberlain, Hastings, Minn. 
Z. George Lorenzo Hendrickson, St. Paul, Minn. 
H. Louis William Pettit, Minneapolis, Minn. 
^, Francis Burgess Wilcox, Minneapolis, Minn. 
J. Vernon Ames Wright, Minneapolis, Minn. 



0. ea. 4 
2. yy. 9 
X@. o. 2 

1. P.O. 12 
X. tf. 2 



Class of 1885. 

H. Frank North Claflin, Hastings, Minn. 
H. Theodore Gibson, Minneapolis, Minn. 
^. John Wm. Pomeroy, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. 
S. Thomas Ezekiel Trussell, Champlin, Minn. 



X. vp. 8 

XG, xt' 8 

E. txT. 8 

X&, on. 12 







AiiFHA Iota 



A. E. 

r. HENRY J. MEYER. 
Z. MAX ZINKEISEN. 

A. I. 

WILLIAM G. ANDERSON. 
GEORGE M. BASCOM. 
FREDERICK W. FRATT. 
FREDERICK N. HENDRIX. 
CHARLES F. LAMB. 
EDWARD J. PAUL. 
EDWARD A. SMALL. 








T-"";,pT!p-<^- 



U 






University of 

TVlSCONSIN. 



■♦♦^ 




Class of 1879. 

I. George M. Bascom, Madison, Wis. 

Stock Breeder, Wyoming. 

n, Frederick N. Hendrix, Eau Claire, Wis. 

LL.B.; Lawyer. 

ff. J. Harvey Hutchison, Rock Run, 111. 

Teacher. 

E. David Mason, Radersburg, Mt. T. 

Stock Breeder, Mt. T. 

B, Edward J. Paul, Milwaukee, Wis.. 

Lawyer. 

Class of 1 880. 
U. Charles F. Lamb, Madison, Wis. 

Class of \%%\. 

n, A. Edison McCurdy, Madison, Wis. 

/. Horace KL Tenney, Chicago, 111. 
LL.B.; Lawyer. 



XX, I. 3 



XX. K. 6 



2. (J. 



2. T. 10 



XX. p. 12 



XX. r. 4 



X, ar, 9 
X, Xk, II 





3o8 



UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. 





Class of 1882. 

B, William G. Anderson,! Cleveland, Ohio. 
/. Frederick W. Fratt, Racine, Wis. 
B, Arthur Hatch, McGregor, Iowa. 

A. Louis R. Head, Albion, Wis. 

T. Charles L. Kellogg, Madison, Wis. 
LL.B. 

B. Frank F. Oster, Sparta, Wis. 

A. Richard H. Russell,! Oshkosh, Wis. 

A, Henry I. Weed,! Oshkosh, Wis. 

77. Charles W. Wells, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Class of 1883. 

2. Charles L. Billings,! Cobb, Wis. 
n. Charles D. Fratt, Racine, Wis. 
H, William M. Graham, Madison, Wis. 
Z. Frederick W. Jones, Appleton, Wis. 
N. Edward A. Small,! Chicago, 111. 

Class of 1884. 

^. George E. Burrall, Dodgeville, Wis. 

A. John W. Davis, Jr.,! Colton, Cal. 

A, James H. Dousman, Milwaukee, Wis. 

T. L. Frank Frisby, Jr., West Bend, Wis. 



XX. V. 10 
XX. n. 7 

X©. BU 2 

XX, \, 3 

P. aoo. 9 

A. p. 2 

A. x<^' I 
E, rj. 2 



E. (roo. 6 

E.pi.S 
X. in. 7 

E, pi, 12 

XX, r. 6 



XX. p. 6 

E, no. 12 

XA. arf. 4 

A. yS' I X 




V 




UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 



309 




T. Edmund Goddard, Monroe, Wis. 

Z. RoLLiN B. Mallory, Milwaukee, Wis. 

2. William B. Monroe, Monroe, Wis. 

H, Harry Moseley, Madison, W^is. 

T. Marshall M. Parkinson, Madison, Wis. 

*. Henry F. Roberts, Dodgeville, Wis. 

2. E. Wells Wilcox, Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 



XX, 1. 9 
XX. ^. 3 

X. ap. I 

XX, y, 9 

A, Tf.^ 

XX. I. 9 
E. to. 9 



C/ass of 1885. 

Z. Charles I. Brigham, Milwaukee, Wis. 
TV. John W. Gary, Jr., Milwaukee, Wis. 
H. James M. Hutchinson, Madison, Wis. 
Z. Frederic A. Pike, Jr., Oshkosh, Wis. 
J. Howard B. Smith, Leon, Wis. 



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XX. p. 8 

P. dX. 3 

XX, r. 10 

X. KT. 6 







Alpha Rho< 



• • • 



A. X. 
r. A. DE WITT MASON. 

A. e. 

z. HENRY B. ROCKWELL. 

A. P. 

L WILLIAM GOWEN. 
DE WITT G. ROCKEFELLER. 
JOHN SCARLET. 
FRANCIS A. WILBUR. 
WILLIAM A. DUMONT. 
EGBERT LE FEVRE. 
CLARENCE M. PERLEE. 
GEORGE W. SCARLET. 
EDWIN F. SEE. 
JESSE W. BROOKS. 
MARION T. CONKLIN. 
FREDERICK W. BENNETT. 
JAMES A. NORRIS. 
J. POWERS PHILIP. 







RUTGEBB CoiiliEGE. 



• ♦ • 




Class of 1879. 

*. I. William Gowen, New Brunswick, N. J. 

H, DeWitt G. Rockefeller, Norwood Park, 111. 

iS. John Scarlet, Ringoes, N. J. 

B. Francis A. Wilbur, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Assistant in Analytical Chemistry, Rutgers College. 

Class of i88o, 

iJ. William A. Dumont, Bedminster, N. J. 

^. Egbert Le Fevre, Middlebush, N. J. 

S. Clarence M. Perlee, N. Y. City, 18 E. ssth St. 

iZ George W. Scarlet, Peapack, N. J. 

/. Edwin F. See, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Class of 1 88 1. 

B, Jesse W. Brooks, Cheshire, Conn. 
ZT. Marion T. Conklin, Kingston, N. Y. 
*. T. Henry Grant, Red Bank, N. J. 
B. Charles B. Scott, Holland, Mich. 



/. an. 4 



7. OK. s 
/. q>o. 7 
/. ^p, 8 

/. Ax. 9 



/. ax. X 

A. y. 3 
E. xO. I 





5H 



ktJTGteRS COLLEGIA. 




Class of 1882. 

I, Frederick W. Bennett, Cape May C. H., N. J. 
H. Philip H. Bevier, Gardiner, N. Y. 

£*. John Hamilton Gillespie, Jersey City, N. J. 

S. Joseph Hover, Yonkers, N. Y. 

II, James A. Norris, Shavertown, N. Y. 
B, J. Powers Philip, Catskill, N. Y. 

9. Daniel \V. Skellenger, Chester, N. J. 

Class of 1883. 

r, George B. Bell, New Brunswick, N. J. 

A, John H. Brandow, Coxsackie, N. Y. 
7. George E. Jenkins, Mine Hill, N. J. 

B, H. JuDD Ward, Middleville, N. Y. 

Class of 1884. 
J. John A. Thomson, New Kingston, N. Y. 



I. vk, 9 
XX. o. 7 

XX. V. 2 
/. 77^. 10 
L Xy. II 
I. Ttv, 12 



X9. Tti. 5 
E, j^fflf. I 

A. VTf. 4 

-^4. i;/c. 3 



^. a:;i:. i 




C/^j^ of 1885. 

r. Asher Atkinson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

2. William H. Boocock, Coxsackie, N. Y. 

A, W. Edwin Florance, New Brunswick, N. J. 

S. William L. Haynes, Raritan, N. J. 

E. EtjGENE B. Matthews, Bound Brook, N. J. 

T, Adrian Vermeule, Jr., New Brunswick, N. J. 



X0. x^^ I 

XQ. 7t, 4 

X0. //. 12 

E. a. I 

X 7. 8 

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SUPPLEMENTAL 



Chapter ILists 



[The following^ names appear twice in the foregoing pages. The reason for this has 
been stated in the Preface. The two Alphas with which they were connected precede, 
and the pages on which they will be found follow, the names of members here gix'en,] 



B &.0 Adger, John B. 
r •' Allen, James P. 

77 •• (") Wm. i8 

77 " E Becker, Edwin C. 25 
/? " O Clark, J. Adgei. 231 
// " JE Duffield, Henry M. 56 
B " Fitzsimmons, O. P. 229 



230 &.278 
217 " 277 



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45 
162 

278 

167 

277 



r 8lO Gibson. Wm. I. 241 & 277 
B *' O Rion, Preston. 231 " 278 
r " Smith, Isaac T. 244 
M " K Starr, Peter J. 86 

S ^^ A Waterman, Richard. 57 
r " O Winston, George. 240 



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tt 



If 



278 
172 

253 

278 



[In the following list, the names of members are placed under the Alpha with which 
they were at one time connected, but with which they are not now catalogued ; the Alpha 
and class in which, and page on which each may be found being also given.] 




THETA. 

77 1843 Adams, Fred. C. 17 

77 1846 Bennett, Chas. F. 20 

77 1848 Brewster, Asa S. 22 

77 1864 Fenn, Fred. S. 37 

^ 1872 Geer, Edward W. 151 

X 1880 Lawrence, Geo. P. 270 

^ 1 87 1 Purdy, Frank, 150 

# 1863 Reynolds. John A. 146 

77 1846 Sanderson, Silas W. 21 

Z 1851 Sandford, James. 183 

77 1857 Tenny, Edwin H. 32 

MU. 

Z 1849 Briggs, Gilbert C. 

{See Errata.) 

77 1855 Eayres, Almon. 30 

77 1856 Finch, Earl P. 30 

X 1882 Green, Wm, S. 272 



77 1850 
n 1851 
X 1867 
X 1867 
77 1858 
X 1867 

77 1847 
X 1867 

e 1881 

Z 1849 
X 1867 



Hand, Clifford A. 
Samuel. 



Hibbard, Chas. E. 
Horton, W. Edgar. 
Kellogg, Henry N. 
Merrill, Cyrus S. 

(See Errata.) 



25 
26 

262 

262 

33 



Perkins, Selah G. 
Smart, Daniel wS. 
Sweet, Charles A. 
Tappan, Frederic D. 
Tilden, Charles B. 

ALPHA. 

77 1854 Lincoln, Henry S. 
77 1849 Marvin, Daniel, Jr. 

PHL 

77 1857 Caldwell, Smith S. 
77 1857 Hastings, Horace M. 



22 
262 

65 
182 
262 



24 
29 





3i6 



SUPPLEMENTAL CHAPTER LISTS. 




n 1853 Lee, Albert L. 28 

X 1877 Mason, Alfred DeW. 268 

n 1848 Nellis, Earnhardt B. 25 

EPSILON. 

N 1876 Bassett, Wm. L. 298 

$ 1858 Ely, Foster, 143 

/ 1883 Jones, Fred. W. 308 

n 1847 Myers, John B. 22 

^ 1 851 Nichols, Hervey B. 140 

n 1862 Slocum, Elliott T. 36 

77 i860 Stephens, Wm. J. 35 

n 1851 Trask, Geo. L. 27 

n Z852 Whiting, DeGarmo J. 28 



DELTA. 

n 1855 Bowie, Thomas F. 
II 1852 Groot, Cornelius S. 

SIGMA. 

^ 1859 Cole, Hugh L. 

GAMMA. 

n 1861 George, John R. 

LAMBDA. 

X 1863 Pope, Wm. G. E. 

CHI. 

W 1871 Parker, E. Llewellyn. 



29 
27 



193 

35 
262 
281 







AlLPHABETICALi InDEX. 



[The figures after each name indicate the page on which it will be found in the Cattlogne.] 



Abbe 

Jf 1870 James T. 263 

Abbott 
X 1885 Herbert V. 273 
H 1850 John P. 118 
X 1881 Lawrence F. 271 
S 1868 Robert, Jr., 60 
E 1884 Willis J. 177 

Abell 

M 1861 Chas. E. 78 

Abernethy 
M 1876 Julian W. 87 

Aby 

W 1871 Sam'lH.,Jr.28i 
Ackley 

Z 1849 Wm. B. 181 



Adams 
N 1884 
77 1843 
H 1858 

r 1879 

M 1857 

ir 1881 
r 1 861 



Elmer E. 302 

Fred. C. 17 

Isaac, Jr. 124 

Joseph Q. 221 

Oliver M. 75 

TalbertW. 222 

Thos. S. 215 



Addington 

^ 1876 Franklin. 152 

Adger 

B 1869 John B., Jr. 230 



Adriance 
S 1884 Isaac. 
B 1855 John. 
e 1882 John S. 



66 

53 
65 



Agnew 

1^ 1851 Samuel J. 162 

Aims 

Z 1850 John M. 182 

Albree 

X 1882 John, Jr. 271 

Alcott 

E 1849 Geo. B. 161 
Alexander 

X 1872 Gid. 265 

// 1854 Joseph M. 121 

Allen 

X 1878 Bradford. 269 

X 1869 Charles H. 263 

n 1857 Edward B. 31 

1868 James P. 277 
M 1845 Jonathan A. 69 

n 1844 William. 18 

Ailing 

A 1851 E. Treat. 97 

# 1865 Fred. D. 147 

Alston 

2 1858 Nath'l M. 198 

A 1854 Wm. A. 190 

Ambrose 

E 1874 Geo. F. 172 

E 1880 Josiah L. 175 

3/ 1858 Nath'l M. 76 

Amory 

fc> 1861 Copley. 56 



Anable 
n 1846 Courtl'd W. 20 

Anderson 

E 1844 Samuel J. 113 

H 1865 Thomas D. 129 

/ 1882 Wm. G. 308 

H 1857 Wm. H. 123 

Andrews 
H 1863 John LeB. 128 
B 1883 Wm. S. 66 

Anthony 
N 1884 Frank D. 302 

Appleton 
A 1868 Wm. H. 257 

Archibald 
r 1881 DeWitt H. 247 

Arey 
E 1875 Albert G. 173 

Arnold 
n 1850 Wm. B. 25 

Astor 
Z 1853 Henry. 183 

Z 1849 William. 181 



Atkinson 
F 1885 Asher. 



314 



Austin 

M 1885 Herbert J. 90 

M 1856 Lewis A. 74 

77 1845 Robert N. 19 

Averitt 

JS 1856 James L. 197 






3i« 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Avery 
A 1848 
# 1863 
^ 1858 

J5r 1845 



Ayres 
O 1869 

Babcock 

e i860 
¥=^1872 

Bacon 
ii' 1850 
r 1869 

Bacot 
^ 1861 



Abraham. 
Edward W. 
Henry N. 
Wm. L. 



T. E. 



Giks, Jr. 
Linn B. 



David. 
Edmund. 



B^g 



872 



Bailey 
A 1849 
E 1861 



Tours L. 
John S. 



Joseph A. 
Wm. W. 




Baker 
M 1851 Allen C. 
r 1864 Andrew J. 
r 1881 Clifton, 
Z 1S50 Goodkin. 
r 1880 W. Rushton. 

Baldwin 

N 1884 Albert M. 
n 1854 L. Geo. 

Ball 

^ 1875 Emmett J. 
#^1881 Wiilard D. 
(") 1862 Wm. W. 

Ballard 
f) 1850 James. 

Bangs 
A 1852 Nathan D. 

Banks 
Z 1882 James L. 
B 1859 Sam'l M. 



95 
146 

143 
114 



278 



56 
281 



162 

218 



200 

265 

q6 
167 



72 
239 
247 
182 

246 



303 
29 



152 
154 

57 



49 
98 

186 
227 



Barber 

T 1871 Robert W. 286 

Barbour 
r 1883 Sam'l S. 248 

Bard 
6) 1 88 1 Fred. B. 65 

Barker 
X 1884 Oiis W. 273 

Barkhau 
r 1884 Louis A. 249 

Barksdale 

r 1862 Fount'n, Jr. 238 
r 1884 John H. 249 

Barnard 
(y 1848 Benj. S. 47 
A 1863 Chas. A. 104 
^ 1850 Fred. J., Jr. 49 
n 1847 George G. 21 

Barney 

E 1866 Chas. D. i6q 
E 1866 George L. 169 

Barnum 

^1854 Boliver. 164 
A 1859 Fred. S. loi 
M 1858 Henry M. 76 

Barnwell 
B 1868 Nath. B. 228 

Barrett 

// 1847 Chas. W. 116 

Barrows 

^ 1872 Fred. E. 151 
A 1864 Geo. B. 254 

Barter 
M 1850 James H. 71 

Bartholomew 

E 1854 Henry D. 164 
E 1853 J. H. 163 



Bartlett 
n 1854 Dwight K. 29 
H 1854 Geo. W. 121 

Barton 

# 185 1 Edward P. 139 



Bascom 
1 1879 Geo. M. 



307 



Bassett 

E 1854 Harrison W. 164 
N 1876 Wm. L. 298 

Batchelder 
J/ 1864 Jas. K. 81 

Bateman . 

# 1849 Jerome. 137 

Bates 

B 1868 Lucius B. 229 
B 1868 Wm. T. C 229 

Baxter 
K 1871 Wm. K. 209 

Bay 

fe> 1847 Richard S. 47 

Beach 
e 1863 Wm. A., Jr. 58 



Beall 
r 1882 Dan'l W. 



247 



Beaman 

E 1868 Roscoe W. 170 

Beattie 

r 1884 H. Cleverd. 223 

r 1863 John E. 216 

i8fc8 John E. 277 

r 1858 William. 213 



Becker 
n 1851 Edwin C. 



25 



Bedford 
r 1882 Benj. W.. Jr. 247 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



319 




Beecher 

e 1857 Fred. W. 54 

1857 Lyman. 54 

Q i860 Robert E. 56 

Beers 

e 1866 Henry A. 59 
1853 Jonathan S. 51 

Belcher 
X 1866 Wm. 261 

Belding 
A 1851 Wm. R. 97 

Bell 

2 1858 Edward S.J. 198 
P 1883 Geo. B. 314 
B 1870 Theodore P. 231 
r 1864 Thomas. 240 
-ii/ 1857 William. 192 

Bender 
X 1871 Frank W. 264 



Benham 
# 1849 Jas. M. 



137 



Bennett 

n 1846 Chas. F. 20 
P 1882 Frederic W. 314 
iST 1866 Jos. L. 130 

Bernsee 
A 1878 Christian D.107 

Berth oud 
n 1844 Alex. P. 18 
n 1849 Edward L. 23 

Betts 
X 1876 John H. 267 

Bevier 
P 1882 Philip H. 314 

Bigelow 
§ 1845 Sam'l C. 46 

Billings 
/ i8iB3 Chas. L.. 308 



Billington 

$ 1854 Cornelius £. 141 

Bird 
B 1858 Hallowayl. 227 

Birdseye 
X 1874 Clarence F. 266 

Bissell 
S 1847 Geo. A. 47 

^ 1863 Linus P. 146 
* 1869 Rush W. 149 
771846 Washington. 20 

Black 

^ 1848 John H. 136 

Blackwell 
Z 1854 Samuel. 183 

Blagden 
B 1862 Sam'l P. 57 

Blake 

A 1862 Henry M. 103 

Blanding 

T 188 1 A. Lewis. 222 
r 1880 Robt. C. 222 

Bledsoe 
r i860 Oscar F. 236 

Bliss 

$ 1 88 1 Harmon J. 154 



Bloomfield 
7^ 1878 Morris. 



221 



Blythe 

/ 1861 Absalom. 215 

Boake 
X 1870 Chas. A. 263 

Boggs 
-5 1868 Sam'lD. 229 

Boice 
M 1881 Harry B. 89 




Bolton 

r 1872 Edwin B. 243 

Bomar 

T 1879 Edward E. 290 



Bond 
X 1877 Chas. P. 
2 1861 Wm. R. 

Bonner 
A 1846 John. 

Boocock 
P 1885 Wm. H. 

Boone 
r 1874 Wm. B. 



268 
206 



94 



314 



244 



Booth 

i7i85i DeWittC. 26 

E i860 L. F. 167 

& 1850 Wm. T. 49 

Borden 

A 1867 Jefferson. 256 

Bowdre 
r 1878 B.Tombs.Jr.245 

Bowers 
n 1845 Henry J. 19 

Bowie 
2 1861 Thos. C. 201 
i7i855 Thos. F. 29 

Bowker 
A 1870 Chas. H. 258 

Bowles 
B 1867 Llewel n H. 228 

Boyce 
^ 1859 Jesse T. 199 

Boyd 
T 1871 James W. 286 



Boylan 
^ 1859 Jol^n S. 



199 





320 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Brack 
r 1861 Wm. B. 



237 



Bradbury 

H i860 Albert W. 125 
# 1862 Augustus U. 145 

X 1866 Henry C. 261 

H 1861 Jas. W., Jr. 127 
H 1862 Thos. W. S. 128 

Bradley 

H 1858 Alex. S. 124 

^ 1848 I). Ogden. 136 

n 1S61 Ezra C. 35 

H 1858 Robt. 124 

H 1858 Sam'l A. 124 
6> 1852 Wm. A., Jr. 51 

Bradshaw 

A 1849 John E. 96 

M 1869 John W. 84 

r 1873 Wm. F. 243 

Brainerd 

M 1873 Chas. N. 86 

M 1879 Edward R. 88 

M 1864 Ezra. 81 

M 1879 John B. 88 

Brandow 

P 1883 John H. 314 
Brant 

711853 Andris 28 

Brayton 

A 1866 EUery M. 255 

Breaux 

A 1847 Gustave A. 94 

Brett 

M 1877 Will LeR. 88 

Brewer 

A 1857 Daniel D. loi 

SP 1881 Geo. E. 155 

Brewster 

n 1848 Asa S. 22 




Brickett 
H 1867 Benj. F. 130 

Bridewell 
n 1851 Lemuel O. 26 

Bridges 
r 1862 Hugh Q. 238 
r 1863 Richard C. 239 



Briggs 
Z 1849 

B 1844 
A 1 861 



Gilbert C. 

(See Errata.) 
Henry S. 45 
Nathan'l L. 103 



Brigham 
/ 1885 Chas. I. 

Bright 
-« 1858 Geo. A. 



309 



125 



Bronson 
A 1854 

Brooks 
E i8i>i 

Z 1853 
P l88i 

Broome 

r 1864 

Brown 

# 1856 
N 1876 
A 1867 
^ 1853 
Z 1851 
A 1854 

# 1879 
$ 1864 
X 18O8 
A 1845 



Gurdon G. 99 

A. Atwood 162 
Adrien C. 183 
Jesse W. 313 

Thomas H. 216 



Alden S. 142 
Chas I. 298 
Edward O. 256 
Gibson P. 163 
J. B. 
Jacob W. 
James A. 
Morris, Jr. 
Wm. A. 
Wm. N. 



183 

99 

154 

146 

262 
93 



Brownell 
E 1884 George F. 



177 



Browning 
T 1878 John F. 290 
T 1883 Loundes J. 292 
T 1878 Wm. C. 290 



Brush 
n 1857 Abner P. 31 
n 1842 John, Jr. 17 

Bryan 
# 1884 John C. 156 

Bryant 
r 1882 Nced'm H. 247 



Bryce 

T 1871 James H. 

Buck 
r 1861 DeWitt C. 
r 1861 Edwin H. 

Buckingham 
771852 Frank. 



286 



237 
237 



27 



Bucknam 
A 1865 Edward H. 254 



Budlong 

^ 1877 Frank D. 

Buel 
77 1849 Clarence 
(y 1859 Oliver P. 



153 



23 

55 



Buford 
r 1874 George G. 244 
r 1881 Lau ranee N. 247 
r 1873 Wm. C. 243 

Bulkley 

# 1882 Chas. C. 155 
S 1868 Mason. 60 

e 1867 Wm. F. 60 

Bullard 
S 1875 Chas. B. 62 
^ 1867 FrankV. N. 148 



Bullock 
r 1882 W. T. 



247 



Burchard 

* 1847 Henry M. 135 
^ 1850 Horatio C. 138 




I 




ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



321 




Burdick 
E 1S48 Edward F. 160 

Burke 
# 1855 John E. 142 

Burleigh 
H 1865 Oliver B. 129 

Bumam 
J? 1873 Thompson. 172 

Burnett 

T 1876 Wilbur E. 289 

T 1873 Wiley B. 287 

M 1865 Wm. H. 82 

Burr 
n 1852 Wm. M. 27 

Burrall 
/ 1884 Geo. E. 308 

Burrell 
771847 Isaac. 21 

Burritt 
A 1845 Chas. D. 93 

Burroughs 
E 1863 Walter M. 168 

Burrows 
n 1849 William. 24 

Burt 

i7 1854 James. 29 

n 1857 John. 31 

n 1849 Silas W. 24 

Bushnell 
N 1878 Chas. S. 299 

Butler 
M 1864 Henry A. 81 
r 1864 Oliver N. 216 

Butterfield 
if 1863 Franklin G. 80 

Butts 
N 1878 Chas. M. 299 



B)muin 

S 1861 John T. 228 

J 1852 W. H. T. 189 

Byrnes 

N 1879 Timothy E. 300 

Cadwallader 

J 1856 John L. 192 

Cady 

A 1867 Walter H. 256 

Caldwell 

A 1864 Asbuiy. 105 

A 1862 John M. 104 

M 1863 Peter. 80 

n 1857 Smith S. 32 

Callahan 

* 1878 Henry W. 153 

Camp 

^ 1847 James L. 136 

* 1848 Sam'l J. M. 137 

Campbell 

M 1862 Hugh C. 79 

2 1859 James G. 199 

6) 1880 John G. 64 

^ 1883 Wallace F. 156 

2 1858 Wm. S. 198 

Candee 

* 1880 Harry N. 154 
^ 1852 Wm. B. 140 



Canthen 

T 1880 Wm. M. 



291 



Cargill 
K 1865 Andrew H. 208 

Carlisle 
T 1873 John E. 287 

Carlton 
r 1875 James S. 244 

Carr 

:S 1863 Titus W. 202 



Carson 
1870 T. J. 



278 



Carter 
Z 1850 Galen A. 182 
271862 Robt. 36 

Carver 

$ 1871 David H. 150 

Carville 
N 1879 George G. 300 

Cary 
/ 1885 John W., Jr. 309 

Case 
n 1849 Lyman W. 24 

Castle 
E 1859 Alfred H. 166 



Castlehun 
E 1852 F. K. 



163 



Chace 

A 1866 Arnold B. 255 
^1870 Edward. 258 
A 1866 Sami O. 256 

Chaddock 
E 1883 Chas. G. 176 

ChaflFee 
E 1856 Oliver N. 165 

Chamberlain 
H 1846 Chas. M. 115 
N 1884 Leon T. 303 

Champney 
& 1851 Sam*l T. 50 

Chandler 
A 1850 Theophi's B. 97 

Chapin 

A 1866 Alex. D. 256 

M 1851 Gaylord P. 72 

Q 1850 John B. 49 






322 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Chapline 
B 1873 G. M. 



232 



Chapman 

(-) 1849 Henry T. 48 

M 1845 Lavius F. 69 

J 1854 Rob't H. igo 
M 1866 Thaddeus M. 83 

Chase 

A 1864 Benj. W. 105 

77 1859 Edward. 34 

X 1882 Horace B. 272 

r 1883 Volney O. 248 

A 1863 Wesley D. 104 

Chatfield 

N 1874 Edwin C. 297 



Cheney 

(') 1853 WiUiam. 

Cherry 
:2 1862 Geo. O. 
2 i860 Wm. A. 



51 



201 
200 



Cheever 
E 1853 Wm. E. 163 

Childs 

A 1846 Perry G. 94 

Choate 

E 1877 Wayne. 174 

Chowen 
A' 1881 Herbert O. 301 

Christian 

JS" 1S79 Edmund A. 174 
E 1847 Edmund P. 160 

Church 

e> 1851 Charles R. 50 

Churchill 

M 1883 Benj. F. 90 

A 1867 John H. J06 I 

M 1851 Pliny F. 72 

Claflin 
N 1885 Frank N. 303 



Clapp 

771851 Cyrus S. 26 

6^ 1844 James C. 46 

Clark 

77 1 85 1 Asahel. 26 

<f 1862 Charles C. 145 

K 1863 Geo. C. 207 

(") 1878 Henry S. 63 

B 1870 J. Adger. • 231 

77 1869 Kenneth 39 

(r> 1849 Lemuel B. 48 

^ 1870 Lewis B. 149 

Clarke 

T 1881 Wm. M. 291 

Clary 

^ 1851 Joseph H. 139 

Clayton 
A 1855 James W. 99 

Clements 
E 1879 Henry C. 175 
E 1882 Wm. L. 176 

Clift 
X 1872 Geo. D. 265 

Clinton 
<? 1870 Geo. W. 149 

Clowes 
7' 1882 Benj. F. 247 

Clute 

77 1876 John F. 

(See Errata.) 
77 1873 Wm. T. 40 

Coburn 
X 1870 Frank F. 

Cochran 

M 1847 Abram G. 
<? 1850 David H. 
X 1883 Thomas. 

Coe 
A 1855 Andrew J. 



263 



70 
138 
272 



100 




Cogswell 

7^1885 Julius E. 

Cohrs 

S 1854 John B. 

Coit 
X 1879 George S. 

Cole 
/i 1859 Hugh L. 

Coleman 
77 1858 RoVt S. 
7T 1857 Wm. A. 

Collier 
Z 1849 EzraW. 
77 1855 Isaac N. 

Collin 
A 1854 John H. 



293 

52 

269 

193 



32 
32 



181 
29 

99 



Collins 
r 1876 Moses B. 245 

Collister 
M 1865 Marquis De 

La F. 82 

Comstock 
e 1858 Dan'l K. 55 

Conant 
M 1874 AUen G. 86 
$ 1867 Duane. 148 



Cone 

<? 1854 Elijah. 



141 



Congar 

E 1880 Arthur H. 175 

Conkey 

M 1865 Irving C. 82 
M 1862 Wm. C. 79 

Conklin 

P 1881 Marion T. 313 
<? 1852 Wm. D. 140 




j 




ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



323 




Conner 

r 1863 Champ. C. 239 

Conrad 

n 1856 Geo. V. 30 

B i860 John H. 167 

n^ 1853 Joseph S. 28 

Consaul 
n 1859 Ganzevo't D. 34 

Converse 

A 1867 James B. 261 

Af 1862 John R. 79 

Cook 

771853 James C. 28 

B 1854 James R. 164 

* 1874 John L. 152 

A 1866 Lorin M. 256 



Coombs 
ff 1869 John C. 



131 




Cooper 

K 1872 Harry D. 210 

J 1855 Henry N. 191 

# 1858 Steams F. 143 
B 1868 Wm. A. 229 

Corbett 

j& 1885 Don Carlos, 177 

Core 
JT 1881 John, Jr; 271 

Cornish 
If 1869 Adelbert D. 131 

Cornwell 
^ 1885 Wm. S. 156 

Cortelyou 
771843 John. 17 

Costin 
2 1859 Andrew J. 199 

Couch 

# 1851 Walter V. 139 



Cousin 
Z 1852 Armand. 183 

Cowan 
IS 1 86 1 Thomas. 201 

Cowles 

77 1858 J. Proctor. 32 

Craig 

E 1868 Richard D. 170 

Crane 
r 1863 Greene B. 239 

Craton 

T 1876 Marshall W. 289 

Cray 

J/ 1876 Willard R. 87 

Crocker 

77 1850 E. Howard. 25 
B 1855 Samuel R. 122 

Crofoot 

X 1880 Wm. R. 270 

Cromwell 
Z 1854 Chas. B. 183 

Crowder 
r 1871 John R. 242 

Cruger 
Z 1858 Eugene. 185 

Crump 
r 1870 John T. 24i 

Cruse 
K 1868 Thomas K. 209 

Culliton 

& 1882 James E. 65 

Cumming 
E 1845 Thos. B. 159 

Cunningham 
A 1863 Aug. S. 253 
B 1859 Robt. J. 227 



Cureton 
^1857 Cunn. B. 192 

Curlee 

7^ 1 86 1 William. 237 

Currie 
N 1880 Wm. A. 300 

Curtis 

(") 1864 Eugene T. 58 
^ 1872 J. R. 281 

Cushing 
A 1867 William E. 256 

Cushman 
A 1859 Walters. 102 

Cutting 
X 1871 Geo. R. 264 

Cutts 
A 1865 Edward. 105 

Cuyler 

H 1862 John B. 57 

fe^ 1868 Wm. H., Jr. 60 

Dada 

$ 1849 Samuel N. 137 



Dale 
A 1853 Allen. 

Dana 

Af 1876 Edward. 

Danforth 
A 1858 Samuel A. 

Daniel 
7^ 1870 Joseph C. 

Daniels 
E 1853 Waldo C. 

Dantzler 
B 1867 D. Z. 
B 1868 F. W. 



189 

87 

193 

241 

163 

228 
229 





3H 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 





Dargan 

r 1872 Edwin C. 219 

T 1858 James F. 213 

r 1867 John H. 217 

T 1870 John J. 218 

B 1867 J. T. 228 

r 1870 Wm. p. 218 

Darling 
# 1885 Henry, Jr. 156 
H 1857 Wm E. 123 

Dart 
E 1857 Rollin C. 165 

Davenport 

J/^1871 Edward J. 85 
21 1880 Frank S. 41 
£ 1852 Louis. 163 

A 1884 Stanley W. 109 
T 1863 Thomas £. 216 

David 

T 1872 Chas. A. 287 

1850 Edward C. 49 

T 1861 James J. 215 

© 1852 Wm. G. 51 

Davidson 

^ 1885 Charles H. 156 

Davie 

2 1857 Gabriel J. 197 

Davies 
Z 1857 Henry E. 185 

Davis 
X 1870 

e 1882 
e 1845 
e 1848 
# 1878 
r 1868 

B 1861 

/ 1884 

JS 1878 

if 1862 
© 1847 

A" 1879 
/1 1876 



A Barker. 263 
Edmund T. 65 
Geo. H. 46 

Horace. 47 

J. Alton. 153 
James B. 217 
John K. 228 
John W., Jr. 308 
Llew'n H. 174 
Park. 79 

Samuel H. 47 
William W. 270 
Wilson, Jr. 40 



Davison 

S 1854 Darius J. 164 

O 1868 James M. 277 

E 1862 Samuel. 168 

Day 
II 1863 Samuel J. 36 

Dean 
<P 1864 Amos H. 146 
£ 1882 Geo. F. 176 

Debbage 

$ 1882 Smith. 156 

DeGarmo 
^ 1881 Edmund A. 155 

DeHart 
e 1 861 Wm. C. 



56 
36 



Delavan 
n 1862 John S. 

Denio 

M 1871 Francis B. 85 

Dennis 

E 1858 Hamilton J. 165 

DePass 

T 1884 John K. 292 

Derby 
A 1883 Elmer G. 109 



DeSoccarez 
K 1864 M. 



208 



DeVore 

T 1874 C. Prescott 220 

Dewey 

if 1856 David B. 74 
if 1858 Elias. 76 

DeWint 
Z 1854 Francis A. 183 

Dickerman 
N 1882 Arthur E. 302 
y 1882 Walter H. 302 



Dickinson 
S 1867 Don M. 169 
£ 1872 Frank F. 210 
JT 1866 Howard C. 208 
M i860 John Q. 77 

* 

Diefendorf 
i7i849 Jacob F. 24 

Dike 
X 1878 Eugene A. 269 

Diven 
# 1857 Geo. M. 142 

Doerflinger 
WiSyi B. J. 281 

DoUner 
A 1878 Samuel L. 107 

Donaldson 

E i860 Elbert N. 167 

. n 1858 Wm. A. 32 

e i860 Wm. G. 56 



Doolittle 
^1851 George. 



139 



Doremus 
K 1873 Thos.C.,Jr. 210 

Dorr 

M 1880 Henry R. 8g 

n 1870 Russell R. 3q 

M 1880 Wm. R. 8^ 

Dorwin 
M 1852 Geo. W. 73 

Douglas 
E 1873 Samuel T. 172 
E 1870 W. W. 171 

Douglass 

r 1885 Archib'd H. 224 
r 1885 Geo. W. 224 
r 1883 John T. 22 
Q 1843 Jonathan H. 4^ 

Dousman 
/ 1884 James H. 308 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



325 



Douw 
Q 1863 Volck. P., Jr. 58 

Dowries 
H i860 Lemuel G. 126 

Dozitfr 

r 1862 Anthony W. 216 
r 1867 >relville. 217 
T i860 Peter C. 214 

Drake 

H 1865 Arthur G. 130 

Draper 
E 1863 Chas. S. 168 

Drew 
H 1853 Wm. P. 120 

Duane 
n 1844 James C. 18 

DuBose 
B 1871 R. M. 231 

Dudley 

17 1875 Harwood. 40 

Duffield 

& 1861 Henry M. 56 

Dull 
^ 1852 Andrew J. 189 

Dumont 
P 1880 Wm. A. 313 

Duncan 

T 1863 James M. 216 

M 1857 Robt. H. 75 

r 1858 Robt. P. 213 

r 1864 Wylie H. 217 

Dunham 

e T885 Henry G. 66 

Dunlap 
r* 1871 James M. 242 

Dunn 
* 1849 J. Davis. 137 



DuPr^ 

T 1869 Daniel A. 285 

T 1879 Daniel C. 290 

T 1878 Warren 290 

Durham 
E 1871 C. Wheeler. 171 

Durkee 
^1861 Joseph H. 145 

Durrell 
H 1845 Geo. W. 114 

Du Shane 
E 1878 J. Dick. 174 

Dutton 

# 1863 Chas. K. 146 

Dwight 
Q 1850 Charles C. 49 

Dyer 
r 1880 Wm. L. 246 

Earl 

271845 Robert. 19 

Earle 

T 1882 Joseph B. 223 
T 1868 Joseph H. 217 
T 1881 TaliaferroD.222 
2^ 1874 Theron. 220 
r 1861 Wm. E. 215 

Eastman 
M 1876 Edwin H. 87 
E 1848 Henry E. 116 

Easton 

A 1865 Charles F. 254 

Eaton 

^ 1845 Darwin G. 135 

# 1883 Fred. C. 156 
E 1877 Wm. D. 174 



Eayres 
27 1855 Almon. 



30 



Eddy 

E 1883 Arthur D. 176 
M i860 Merritt H. 77 
M 1866 Royal J. 83 

Edwards 

T 1877 Chas. B. 221 

M 1872 David J. 86 

T 1880 James L. 222 

27 1851 James T. 26 

27 1856 Wm. S. 30 

Eggleston 

A 1858 AshaelC. loi 

r 1883 Joseph E. 248 

r 1885 Josephs. 249 

r 1883 Wm.C. 248 

Eiswald 
A 1882 Adolph H. 109 
A 1882 Arthur S. 109 

Ellery 
# 1850 John G. 139 

Elliot 
$ 1876 Julien M. 15a 

Ellis 
r 1868 Alfred G. 240 

Ellsworth 

$ i860 Samuels. 144 

Elsworth 
K 1863 Giraud. 207 

Ely 

^1858 Foster 143 

Englesing 
2^1877 Frank C. 245 

Engs 
^1883 S. Frankji. 156 

Erskine 
& 1850 Thos. F. 50 

Erwin 
G 1882 Frank A. 65 
^ 1853 Wm. J. 189 







326 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Estabrook 
H 1864 Frederick R. 129 

Estes 

O 1869 Albert C. 278 

Eustis 

X 1884 Chas. W. 273 

Evans 

T 1884 Benj. F. 292 

J 1855 Horace Y. 191 

r 1862 JohnC. 238 

r 1872 Robert K. 243 

H i860 Simeon A. 126 

A 1884 Wm. R. 109 

Eveleth 

H 1847 Samuel A. 116 



Everett 
* 1870 Chas. J. 
$ 1863 Chas. M. 

Everitt 
K 1862 Wm. H. 



149 
146 



207 




Ewer 
E 1847 Seneca. 160 

Exum 
2 1862 James H. 201 

Fairfield 
H 1848 Geo. A. 117 

Faison 
n 1847 Julien P. 21 

Faitoute 
Q 1885 Frederick B. 66 

Falconer 

r 1883 Gerard. 249 

r 1859 Howard. 236 

J 1856 Thomas S. 192 

J 1856 Wm. B. 192 

Falley 
A 1858 Geo. N. loi 



Fant 
r 1871 Arthur. 242 

r 1858 James T. 235 

Farmer 
N i88i Geo. R. 301 

Famsworth 
E 1859 E. J. 166 

Farnum 
A 1867 JohnR. 106 

Farrar 

1868 Edgar H. 277 

Farrell 
n 1843 Jacob H. 17 

Fellows 
H 1864 Albert O. 129 

Fenn 
n 1864 Fred. S. 37 

Fenton 
E 1861 Henry. 168 

Ferris 

$ 1845 Leonard W. 135 
n 1845 Walter M. 19 

Fessenden 
H 1848 Chas. S. D. 117 
H 1858 Francis. 125 
^1852 James D. 120 
H 185 1 Joseph P. 119 
H 1868 Nicholas. 130 
// 1861 Samuel 127 
H 1845 Thos. A. D. 114 
H 1855 Wm. H. 122 

Fickling 
B 1872 Jeremiah 232 

Finch 
n 1856 Eari P. 30 

Fincke 
Q 1865 C. Louis. 5Q 



Findlay 
J 1858 John V. L. 193 

Finney 
A 1865 Jarec^W. 255 

Fisher 
B 1872 Tucker H. 232 

Fitch 

^ 1850 Chas. P. 139 
M 1862 John A. 79 



Fitzsimmons 
B 1868 O. P. 



229 



Flagg 
H 1844 EdmundW. 113 

Flanner 
^ 1861 Bennett, Jr. 201 

Florance 
P 1885 W. Edwin 314 

Folk 

T 1885 John F. 293 

Foote 

M 1883 Stephen M. 90 
r 1870 Thomas. 241 

Ford 
M 1866 Thomas S. 83 

Foreman 
2 1858 Wm. J. 198 

Forrester 

T 1875 Eldred J. 220 

Foster 

M l8s6 Henry D. 74 
r 1882 John U. 248 
T 1867 Joseph A. 285 

Fountain 
A 1849 James T. 96 

Fowler 

T 1884 James H. 292 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



327 




Fowles 
T 1874 Stephen B. 288 

Fox 

E 1875 Charles. 173 

E 1875 E. Crofton. 173 

n i860 Wm. F. 35 

Fraley 
A 1853 Wm. B. 189 

Franklin 
2 1863 Jesse D. 202 

Fraser 

1869 Robt. L. 278 

Fratt 

1 1883 Chas. D. 308 
/ 1882 Fred. W. 308 

Freels 
X 1871 Jesse M. 264 

Frink 

$ 1870 Henry A. 149 
H 185 1 John S. H. 119 

Frisby 

/ 1884 L. Frank, Jr. 308 

Frismuth 

6> 1871 Frank B. 62 

Frost 
Z 1882 Clarence H. 186 
^ 1871 John E. 150 

E 1851 Richard H. 162 

Fuller 

T 1870 Chas. C. 219 
X 1878 Chas. H. 269 
H 1853 Melville W. 120 

Fulton 
r 1869 Robt B. 240 
B 1859 Robt. J. 227 

Furber 
N 1876 Pierce P. 298 




Furman 

_ r 1858 Chas. M. 213 

2^ 1 88 1 Davis. 222 

B 1867 F. C. 228 

T 1861 James F. 215 

r 1868 John McI. 218 

T 1868 Samuel. 217 
T 1880 Scrimz'm M. 222 

Fumess 

J!fi857 Henry B. 75 

Gage 

Jv 1879 Addison, Jr. 300 

X 1869 Geo. M. 263 

Gaines 

r i86i Thos. P. 215 

Gale 

M 1862 Eli H. 79 

Galloway 

X 1881 Henry N. 271 

X 1885 Tod B. 273 



Gait 

A 1858 Robert 



193 



Gant 
r 1 871 Harris A. 242 
T 1864 Richard C. 240 



Gardner 

^1856 Austin. 



100 



Garland 
n 1852 Leonidas D. 27 

Garnsey 
H i860 W. A. 126 

Garrettson 

A 1846 Francis T. 94 
n 1858 Robt. L. 33 

Gary 
B 1872 Eugene B. 232 

Gaston 
B 1869 T.Cholmers. 230 



Gates 
i/"i864 AmasaO. 81 

Gaul 
6 1859 Edward L. 55 

Gay 

M 1876 Wm. W. 87 

Gaylord 

N 1883 Edson S. 302 

Geer 

^ 1872 Edward W. 15 j 

George 

n 1861 John R. 



Germain 
^ 1868 Chas. B. 



35 



148 



Gerry 

Z 1857 Elfridge T. 185 

Gibbes 

B 1870 Thos. H. 231 

Gibbs 

E 1855 Galucia C. 164 

Gibson 

E 1849 Douglas. 161 

H 1868 Nathan. 229 

N 1885 Theodore. 303 

r 1870 Wm. I. 241 

Giddings 

E 1884 Fred. A. 177 

Gilbert 

© 1876 Chas. B. 62 

T 1872 Frank A. 287 

X1873 Frederic. 266 

7*1876 Thos.E. 289 

Gillespie 

r 1879 Geo. Y. 246 

E 1871 J. Lathrop. 171 

P 1882 John H. 314 

Gillet 

n 1861 Chas. W. 35 

* 1850 Daniel W. 139 




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" "^ * 



3L:,y'r,\Tirr^..\. 






7 ;<'4 "^ u ', 



:.z^« T 



^A 






■n r* *nr^ * 



•= X*r 



•J rtr.-: 'na 1- '- 









OoWnrnith 

// I'tji Nathan. C 

Goodhue 
/r 1^73 Charle«E. 

(ioodicr 
A 1^45 Jonathan. 

Good now 

.r 1879 Frank J. 
A" 1878 Henry R. 
S 1879 John F. 




3: ' 

S7 



^3 



G^.*54 

arc X ;*ri ?n:ix '\. 
G'.::d 



t*2 W: 



aU Or 

»T3 Gr«;? 

^"i--« ELM. 



CI 



^ Grezsrr 

Z i§s6 Waher. 



9 



GoTrea 

113 /* itZ'i I- W.r am 

Graham 
. / r?^3 Wa. M. 
147 E iy.7 Wm. R. 
r 1 553 Wm. S. 

Grand in 



1S4 



313 



3M 

169 

249 



«3 



il 1550 John F. 25 



Granger 
'^^ ^^ i^sS Geo. F. 
I 71 1847 Rodney. 

210 Grant 

P 1881 T. Henry. 



GoodpaHter 
K X881 Wro.r. 



93 



270 
269 
300 



175 



ift 



Graves 

i/ 1847 element. 
if 1868 Nelson Z. 

Gray 

r 1868 Daniel A. 
IT 1854 Harrison. 
^-^ 1866 Laurin B. 
X 1873 Thomas J. 



125 
21 



313 



70 
84 



240 
121 

59 
266 



Gresham 
r 1573 Robe H- 243 

GrcT 

T'iSto James W. 286 

Gricr 
E iSs4 Robe C 164 
A 1856 Wm. P. 192 

Grimes 
If 1881 Geo. S. 30X 

Groot 

II 1852 Comelins S. 27 
H 1857 John K. 32 

Grosvenor 
e 1885 Wm. M. 66 

Grumbine 
A 1881 X^ee L. 108 

Gunn 
iT 1851 Moses. 162 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



329 




Gurnee 
A 1861 Benj. S. 



103 



Guyer 
E 1877 Edward H. 174 

Ha^en 
X1879 Winston H. 270 

Hagood 

r 1884 John R. 293 

Haight 
E 1859 Wm. H. 166 

Haile 
A 1856 Chas. £. Z92 

Hairston . 
r 1882 G. W. 248 

Hale 

H 1845 Francis P. 114 

Haley 
E i860 Wm. D. 126 

Hall 
N 1883 Alb'ton H. 202 

X 1885 Alfred M. 273 

X T882 Geo. A. 272 

A 1863 James E. 253 

n 1850 Theodore F. 25 

A 1852 Wm. B. 98 

Halsey 
^ 1877 Rufus H. 63 

Hamill 

!f^i873 Samuel. 282 

Hammond 
A 1877 Geo. H. 106 
X 1871 Henry E. 264 

Hanan 

A 1854 John S. 190 
Hand 

n 1850 Clifford A. 25 

n 1858 Richard L. 33 

i7 1851 Samuel. 26 

# 1872 Walter M. 151 



Hannan 
E 1880 Wm. W. 

Hard 
n 1846 Samuel B. 

Hardeman 
r 1881 W. O. 

Harding 

^ 1873 Henry W. 
# 1871 Stephen R. 

Hardy 
M 1878 Don P. 

Harley 
K 1873 Geo. R. 

Harmon 
Z 1855 O. Edward. 

Harriman 
A 1864 Daniel G. 

Harris 
M 1862 Chas. C. 
^ 1859 Frank. 
T 1883 James M. 
M i860 Roswell, Jr. 
r 1858 Wm. H. 

Harrison 
K 1863 Thomas B. 



Hart 
J/ 1863 
^ 1855 

r i88i 

$ 1849 
-ff 1864 
$ 1852 

r 1868 



Amos W. 
EliS. 
Gilbr'th N. 
IraF. 
Joseph C. 
Theo. H. 
Thomas W. 



175 
20 

247 

151 
150 

88 
210 

184 

105 



79 
144 

223 

77 
235 



207 



80 
142 
247 

137 
168 

140 

218 



Hartwell 
^1851 Thos. H. 

Hastings 
n 1857 Horace M. 



162 



32 



Hatch 
/ 1882 Arthur. 308 

Haven 
X 1873 Henry C. 266 

Hawkins 

M 1865 Bromley H. 82 

M 1849 John J. 71 

B 1884 Walter F. 66 

Hawley 

^ 1859 Chas. A. 144 
1857 James M.. 54 

Haves 

e 1884 Marshall C. 66 

Hayman 
E 1874 Wayne. 172 

Haynes 
P 1885 Wm. L. 314 

Haynesworth 

T 1879 Edgar C. 221 
T 1879 Harry J. 222 

Hay ward ' 

N 1882 Wm. H. 302 

Haywood 
^ 1 861 Fabius J. 201 

Head 
/ 1882 Louis R. 308 

Heam 

K 1859 Alfred M. 205 

Hearon 
r 1871 Daniel S. 242 

Heartt 
n 1852 Jonas S. 27 

Heath 
n 1879 Clark C. 41 

Heinitsh 
B 1872 Heber D. 232 






330 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Helmer 
^ 1852 Chas. D. 140 

Henderson 

Z 1855 Arthur McJ. 184 
A 1853 Thos. F. 189 



Hendon 
T 1869 James A. 



240 



Hendrickson 

N 1877 Albert P. 298 

-y 1876 Eugene A. 298 

N 1884 George L. 303 

Hendrix 
/ 1879 Fred. N. 307 

Henry 
E 1861 D. Farrand. 168 
E 1874 George C. 173 

Henshaw 

A 1882 Charles R. 109 



Herbert 
M 1863 Henry. 

Hewson 
* 1853 John H. 

Hibbard 
E 1874 Chas. C. 
X 1867 Chas. E. 

Hibler 

i860 Jos. M. 

Hicks 

1 1870 Benj. J. 

Higgins 
#1856 Alvin S. 



80 



141 



173 
262 



56 



241 



165 




Hill 

S 1879 Horace G. 64 
# 1877 Nye R. 153 

r 1873 T. J. 

\S€e Errata^ 
2 1857 Thos. N. 197 



Hilliard 

T 1882 Samuel H. 292 

Hillman 
A 1884 Wm. O. 109 

Hills 
E 1885 Chas. H. 177 

Hinchman 
E 1869 Ford De C. 171 

Hinckley 
^ 1863 Nath. B. 146 

Hinds 

* 1870 Thea F. 150 

Hinman 
E 1874 Edward C. 173 



Hinsdale 
& 1845 Geo. P. 

Hitchcock 

^ iSjq Chas. H. 
1/ 1868 Frank E. 



46 



154 
131 



Hoard 

# 1868 Fran. DeV. 148 



Hobart 
X 1872 Moses M. 

Hodges 
A 1869 Chas. H. 
M 1846 Henry L. 



265 



257 
69 



Hodgraan 
X 1872 Constant C. 265 
n 1874 John E. 40 
H 1850 Samuel L. n8 

Hoffman 

il 1844 Michael, Jr. 18 



Holabird 
A 1849 John C. 



96 



Holbrook 
E 1872 Frank H. 

Holland 
E 1882 Geo. N. 

Holliday 
2 i860 Thos. C. 

Hollingsworth 
X 1876 Mark. 

HoUis 
M i860 Chas. M. 
A 1854 Wm. H. 

HoUister 

Af 1847 Geo. B. 
n 1846 Wm. 



172 



176 



200 



267 



77 
99 



70 
21 



Holmes 

// 1850 Freeland S. 118 
& 1885 Harry B. 66 
A 1863 John J. 254 
M 1862 Richd. S. 79 



Holsman 

Z 1854 Daniel. 

Holton 
G 1859 David M. 

Homer 
X 1871 Wm. B. 

Hooker 
i/ 1853 David G. 
At 1855 Edward P. 

Hopkins 
M 1846 Wm. S. 

Home 

r 1859 Elijah W. 



1&4 



55 



264 



73 
74 



69 



213 



Horton 

E i860 Albert H. 167 

r 1870 Robertson. 241 

X 1867 W. Edgar. 262 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



331 




Hotchkiss 
#1857 Chas. T. 143 
$ 1884 Harry T. 156 

Houghton 
X 1883 H. Seymour. 272 
# 1848 John P. 137 



Hover 
P 1882 Joseph. 

Hovey 
H 1864 Myron M. 

Howard 
X 1882 Samuel A. 
X 1872 Wiley C. 
Z 1882 Wm. L. 

Howe 
H 1 861 

i7i868 
Jf 1869 
B 1869 
Jf 1852 
B i860 
# 1853 



314 



129 



272 
265 
186 



Albion. 127 
Chas. W. 38 
Edward W. 84 
George, Jr. 231 
John. 73 

William. 227 
William W. 141 



Howk 

1869 Chas. D. 61 

Howland 
A 1871 Matthew M. 258 
A 1868 Richards. 257 

Hoyt 

A 1858 John W. loi 

Hubbard 

B 1880 Frank G. 64 

H 1857 John B. 124 

n 1861 John K. 35 

H 1883 John r., Jr. 66 

H 1877 Josiah C. 63 

H. 1857 Thomas H. 124 

Huger 

T 1871 Arthur M. 219 
r 1872 K. K. 219 



Hughes 
A 1855 Benj. A. 



100 



Hughson 
r i860 John S. 



214 



Hulett 
U i860 Edward M. 35 

Hungerford 
^ 1846 John N. 135 

Hunt 
E 1872 Charles S. 172 
M 1857 Edmund G. 75 
Z 1852 J. F. S. 183 

A 1858 Wm. B. 193 

Hunter 

^1855 John L- 122 
n 1868 Winfield S. 38 

Hunting 

^ 1871 Benj. J. 281 

Hurd 
r i88o John W. 246 

Hussey 

X 1882 Franklin B. 272 

Huston 
H 1862 Fred. N. 128 
JI 1866 Wm, A. 130 

Hutchinson 
/ 1885 James M. 309 
B 1853 John. 51 

n 1847 Kirtland M. 22 

Hutchison 
/ 1879 J. Harvey. 307 

Hutton 
r 1869 Milton C. 241 

Hyatt 
A 1844 Philip O. 93 
K i860 S. Burdett. 206 

Hyde 

(9 1848 Henry M. 48 
K i860 Ralph M. 206 
H i86i Thomas W. 127 



Icenhour 
E 1882 Jesse A. 176 

Ingersoll 
H 1864 Edward C. 129 
W 1873 F. W. 282 

Inglis 
A 1855 Wm. C. 191 

In^raham 
H 1850 Daniel C. 118 
(d 1868 Fred. 60 



Irvine 

r 1875 Wm. H. 



220 



Irwin 
E 1857 Lycurgus H. 165 
E 1862 Wm. L. 168 

Isham 

Q 1857 Edward S. 54 

n 1859 Geo. P. 34 

B 1864 Henry P. 58 

Ives 
1861 Ralph O. 57 

Jackson 

n 1845 George. 19 

Jacobs 
S 1857 John C. 197 

James 

A" 1858 Charles A. 205 

K 1849 David K. 161 

K i860 Josiah. 206 

Jamison 
N 1881 Robert. 



301 

Jayne 
^1856 Samuel F. 100 

Jenkins 

P 1883 Geo. E. 314 

$ 1864 James E. 147 

r 1880 Robt B. 246 

Jenks 
M 1885 Edward G. 90 






33« 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Jenner 
M 1865 Wm. A. 83 

Jennings 

E 1849 Orville. 117 

Jervis 

77 1845 Kasimer P. 20 

Johnson 
H 1845 
i7i862 
N 1880 

jr 1879 
e 1875 

B 1870 
Jri875 

r 1862 

iTi867 
X 1883 



z 



1848 

1857 

1870 
E 1877 
A' 1882 
i7i852 

r i860 

* 1877 
JF 1882 



Alfred W. 115 

E. Emory. 36 

Everitt C. 301 

Frank M. 270 

Frederick. 62 
Frederick M. 61 
Fred'ick W. 267 

Herbert P. 238 

James. 38 

John M. 272 

Jonathan. 95 

Louis. 185 

M. Knox. 150 

Oliver. 174 

Rich'd H. 302 

Robert T. 27 

Wiley G. 236 

Wm. O. 153 

Wm. R. 176 



Johnstone 
B 1867 S. S. 



228 



Jones 
r i860 
M 1849 

JV1833 

^1855 

Jri878 



r 
/ 

T 
T 

r 



1877 
1884 

1874 
1869 
1863 



r 
r 



1878 
1872 
1879 
r 1880 
1847 
1874 



A 

r 



ArchelausK. 237 
Asa S. 71 

David P. 302 
Dudley S. 122 
Edwin S., Jr. 269 
Frank B. 245 
Fred. W. 308 
James B. 288 
Lewis P. 285 
Merriweather 

L. 239 

Oliver J. 245 
Richard H, 243 
Robert E. 64 
Rol'dW.Jr 246 
Samuel F. 95 
Selwyn M. 244 



Jones 
Z 1850 Walt. R. T. 182 
T 1878 Wm. M. 290 

Jordan 
H 1863 Henry I. 128 
H 1858 Horace M. 125 
T 1878 Thomas M. 290 

Joslin 
A 1867 Henry V. A. 256 

Judson 

^ 185 1 Chas. K. 

# 1876 Junius H. 

Keck 

# 187s Philip. 



139 
152 



152 

Keels 
T 1876 John M. 221 

Keitt 

T 1873 Edward G. 287 

Kelley 

77 1871 T. Arthur. 39 

Kellogg 

^ 1849 Chas. C. 137 

/ 1882 Chas. L. 308 

£ 1849 George P. 161 

$ 1846 GustavusA. 135 

11 1858 Henry N. 33 

3^1883 John. 90 

Kempshall 
& 185 1 Everard. 



Kendall 

H i860 Fred. A. 

Kendrick 
if 1857 Adin A. 

Kennard 
^ 1871 Wm. R. 

Kennedy 
H 1865 Augustin. 

Kenner 
A 1854 Philip M. 



50 



126 



75 



150 



130 



190 



Kenny 
A 1883 Clinton. 109 

Kent 

N i88i Chas, E. 301 
E 1867 Fred. H. 170 



Kenton 

J/ 1863 Israel. 



80 



Kerr 

n 1857 Henry T. 32 

r 1862 w. J. 238 

Kerrison 
T 1881 Philip D. 291 

Keteltas 
Z 1857 Henry. 185 

Killits 

G 1880 John M. 64 

Kimball 
H 1853 Geo. S. 120 

E 1882 Howard H. 176 

Kimmell 
A 1857 Anthony Z. 192 

Kinard 

T 1881 Henry H. 291 

King 
77 1855 D wight. 30 

T 1879 James R. 291 

Kingsbury 

^1881 Edward P. 155 

Kingsland 

Z 1856 Ambrose C. 184 
Z 1856 Geo. L. 184 

Kinne 
^ 1875 Geo. R. 152 

Kirkland 
Z 1854 Edward. 184 
T 1877 James H. 289 
T 1870 WcllbomD. 286 






ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



333 




Kitchel 
1876 Stanley R. 62 

Knight 
n 1868 Wm. B. 
M 1859 Wm. H. 



39 
76 



Knowlson 
1855 John. 



53 



Knox 
Z 1849 Wm. M. 181 

Kuykendall 
F 1882 Jacob. 248 

Lacy 

$ 1854 Francis E. 141 

Ladd 
A 1863 Chas. F. 254 

Ladue 
E i860 Wm. N. 167 

Laing 
$ 1880 Philip A. 154 

Lake 
r 1871 Geo. P., Jr. 242 

Lamb 

/ 1880 Chas. F. 307 
r 1877 Robert T. 245 

Lambert 

S 1846 James H. 47 

Lambson 
n 1858 John R. 



33 



Landon 
Q 1880 Henry L. 64 

Lane 
r i86o Thomas M. 237 

Laneau 

r 1868 John F. 218 

Lansing 
S 1853 Chris. J. 52 




Lasell 

1855 Edward W. 53 

Lathrop 

# 1858 John C. 144 

E 1853 Leopold. 163 

^ 1885 Wm. A. 156 

^ 1853 Wm. H. 141 

Latimer 

E 1848 Peter E. 160 

Latta 

T 1871 Robt. J. 21Q 

Lattimer 

X 1879 Geo. W. 270 

Lawrence 

X 1 880 Geo. P. 270 

Z 1882 Geo. W. 186 

A 1844 Gilbert B. 93 

$ 1868 James W. 148 

#1869 Wm. H. 149 

Law ton 

B 1869 Edward M. 231 

& 1868 Geo. P. 60 

T 1880 Joseph J. 222 

T 1885 Joseph M. 293 

T 1882 Wm. H. 292 

Learned 

X 1880 Edwin J. 270 

Leavitt 

A 1854 E. Darwin. 99 

Z 1849 J. Edwards. 181 

n 1846 Joseph. 21 

M 1847 Levi T. 70 

Lee 

n 1853 Albert L. 28 

E 1881 Edward W. 175 

Z 1882 Fred. H. 186 

E 1850 George L. '162 

Q 1858 John B. 55 

Z 1885 Robt. F. 186 



Le Fevre 

P 1880 Egbert. 



313 



Leftwich 
J 1856 James T. 192 

Lennox 
H 1854 Edwin S. 121 

Leonard 
N 1876 Wm. E. 298 

Lester 
$ 1873 Geo. H. 151 

Levisee 
E 1849 Aaron B. 161 

Lewis 

e 1876 Alvah C. 63 

n 1864 Chas. F. 37 

E 1885 Geo. F. 177 

n i868 Tayler, Jr. 39 

Libbey 
H 1851 Elias O. 119 

Lide 

r 1858 Alex. S. 213 

T 1875 Evan P. 2^0 

1^ 1862 James E. 216 

r 1873 Robt. W. 220 

r 1869 Wm. K. 218 

Lincoln 

A 1870 Arthur. 258 

n 1849 Henry S. 24 
A 1868 Wm. E. 257 

Lindley 
N 1880 Thos. C. 301 



Linsley 
M 1868 Joel. 



84 



Lippitt 
A 1847 Edward S. 95 

Lipscomb 
r 1859 Reg. H. 236 

Little 
2 1858 Wm. 





334 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Livingston 
K 1861 Wm. H. 207 

Locke 

# 1864 Frank D. 147 

Logan 
i 1857 John E. 197 

Long 

T 1885 Geo. M. 293 

Lord 
H 1849 Robt. W. 117 

Love 

& 1845 Martin J. 46 
r 1873 Thomas B. 243 

Low 

X 1885 Walter C. 273 

Lowe 

$ 185 1 Uriah S. 140 

Ludlum 
M 1874 Henry V. 86 

Lyman 
A 1865 Daniel W. 255 
^ 1852 Micah J. 51 

Lyon 

M 1847 David J. 70 

^ 1872 Geo. F. 151 

E 1857 Gilbert R. 165 

$ 1872 Henry. 151 

n 1865 Richard S. 38 

Lyster 
E 1858 Henry F. 166 

Maben 
^ 1885 Wm. S. 156 

MacCoun 
6> 1866 Townsend. 59 



MacHarg 
E 1868 Wm. S. 170 

Maclin 
E 1859 Robt B. 166 

Mahoney 
JV^ 1877 Stephen. 299 

Major 
n 1842 Patrick U. 17 

Mallery 
if 1802 George. 80 

Mallory 

1 1884 RoUin B. 309 

Manchester 
* 1857 Geo. O. 143 

Mandell 

M 1850 Daniel W. 71 

Manly 
I^ 1859 Basil C. 199 
r 1883 John M. 223 

Mann 

M i86o Azro L. 78 

H 1864 Benj. H. 37 

Markoe 
K i860 Francis. 206 

Marple 
X iZ-j-j Wilbur B. 268 

Marsh 
X 1874 Chas. H. 266 
JJ 1853 P. James. 28 

Marshall 
H 1848 Thos. H. 117 
H 1847 Wm. C. 116 

Martin 

2 1863 Chas. G. 202 
2 i860 Geo. S. 200 
B i860 James L. 227 

r 1882 w. F. 248 

r 1862 Wm. O. 238 



Martindale 
B 1848 Cephas K. 48 
if 1847 Stephen. 71 

Marvin 
n 1854 Daniel, Jr. 29 

Mason 

X 1877 A. DeWitt. 268 
/ 1879 David. 307 

Massonneau 

* 1881 Robt. L., Jr. 155 

Mather 
A 1866 Charies P. 106 

Mathews 
n 1856 Samuel H. 30 



Mathison 
A i860 Robt. L. 



102 



Matthews 
F 1885 Eugene B. 314 

Maulden 

r 1869 Samuel. 218 

Mauran 
A 1869 Clinton. 257 

Maxwell 
K 1857 Samuel. 205 

Maynard 
M 1852 Matthew H. 73 
E 1865 Wm. J. 169 

McAdory 
r 1868 Robt. A. 

McArthur 
H 1863 Chas. S. 

McBee 

T 1876 Elias A 

McBryde 
B 1867 John T. 



240 



128 



289 



228 






ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



335 



McCamant 

& »882 Andrew H. 65 
e 1883 John G. 66 

McCarty 
n 1844 Daniel. 



McCauley 
^ 1869 Rice. 



18 



149 



McChesney 

# 1880 Joseph. 154 

McConihe 

$ 1849 Isaac. 138 

-^^1853 John. 28 

il 1856 Samuel 30 

McConnell 
-^1874 George. 173 



McCormick 
n 1850 Wm. E. 



25 



McCurdy 

/ 1881 A. Edison. 307 

McDonald 
n 1845 Jonathan R. 20 
X 1868 Wm. A. 262 

McEwen 
G 1853 Robt. C. 52 

McFaddin 
n 1844 Robt. H. 18 

McFarland 
r 1873 Frank P 243 

McGehee 

r 1880 James B. 246 
r 1882 John S. 248 
r i88o Wm. E. 246 



McGowen 
r 1862 A. W. 



238 



Mclntire 
H 1857 Malcolm. 124 




Mcintosh 
B 1868 Lucas. 

McKean 

N 1879 Frank S. 
IT 1867 Henry C. 

McKechnie 
JT 1873 John D. 

McKelvey 

& 1845 James B. 

McKenzie 
r 1871 Chas. S. 

McKey 

E 1869 Henry. 



229 



300 
38 



266 



46 



242 



170 



McKie 
n 1848 George W. 22 

McKown 
A 1849 Jacob La G. 96 
G 1844 James, Jr. 46 

McLain 
^ 1865 Louis R. 147 

McLean 
n 1858 John K. 33 



McLennan 
M 1874 John S. 



87 



McLeod 
M 1885 Frederick T. 90 

McMillan 

W 1872 Daniel H. 281 

McMullen 
r 1863 Wm. F. 239 

McMurran 
J 1855 John T. 191 

McOmber 
B 1858 Otis H. 166 



McRea 
r 1873 Fulton M. 243 

McRee 
n 1858 George R. 33 

Mc Reynolds 
£ 1859 Geo. S. 166 

McVine 
M 1857 John W. 75 

NIeeker 
G 1868 Nathaniel W. 60 

Meeks 
K i860 Edwin B. 206 
£ 1872 Hamilton V. 210 

Mehaffey 

^ 1853 Calvin D. 190 
J 1854 Geo. W. 190 




Melville 
r 1863 David. 



239 



Merchant 

T 1882 W. Ernest. 292 



Meredith 
n 1859 Wm. T. 



34 



Merrill 
X 1867 

if 1845 

^1857 
H 1854 
/ri864 
iri843 



Cyrus S. 

{Sef Errata,) 
Edward. 69 

Edward B. 124 
Henry N. 121 
H'nryT.F. 129 
James. 113 



Merwin 
-4 1855 Andrew. 100 

Metcalf 
A 1870 Robt. B. 258 

Mevendorff 

a 1870 Michael A. l^l 



-M 




336 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Mever 

E 1879 Henry J. 175 
E 1878 TheodorcF. 174 

Middelton 

J? 1 88 1 George H. 175 

Miles 
A 1853 Erskine H. 190 



Miller 
B 1868 
r 1871 
E 1885 

E 1857 
H 1856 
ri869 

r 1878 
^ 1865 



Alex. L 
Cornelius. 
Edward C. 
Hobart. 
James F. 
John M. 
Wm. C. 
Wm. S. 



Mills 

# 1877 Frank V. 
B 1867 G. H. 



229 
242 

177 
165 
123 

218 
221 

147 



153 
228 



Millsaps 
r 1882 Thomas F. 248 
r i88o Wm. F. 246 



Miner 
Jf 1874 
Jf 1857 

Mister 
r i860 
r i86o 

Mitchell 

5" 1859 
^ 1865 

e 1861 
^1876 

Mobly 
T 1871 

Monell 
^1863 

Monroe 
/ 1884 



A. Louis. 87 
Henry E. 75 



James F. 237 
Wilbur F. 237 



Alfred. 125 

H. E. 147 

James L. 57 

John N. 289 



Wm. F. 219 
Ambrose. 207 
Wm. B. 309 




Montgomery 
E 1868 A. Schuyler. 170 
K 1873 James L. 210 
A" 1870 John H. 209 

Mood 

T 1884 Russell E. 293 



Moore 
2 1863 
A 1852 
if 1852 
'2 i860 
y 1871 

r 1861 

ri863 

XI87I 



AugustusM. 202 

Austin D. 189 

Bcnj. M. 73 

James O. 200 

John E. 281 

Thomas A. 238 

Thomas L. 216 

Wm. H. 264 



Morey 
# 1879 J<Lxnes W. 154 

Morgan 

^ 1848 Allen D. 137 
B 1848 James W. 48 

Morrill 
H 1850 Abner. 118 

H i860 Cbas. E. 126 
A 1866 Heilry R. 106 
H 1844 John McD. 114 

Morrison 
K i860 David M. 206 

Morrow 
A 1847 Cornelius W. 

La F. 95 

H 1849 Thomas B. 24 



Morse 
A 1859 Joseph L. 



102 



Morton 
E 1854 J. Stirling. 164 



Mosely 

1 1884 Harry. 



309 



Moses 
Q 1848 Samuel D. 48 



Mott 
B 185 1 Charles A^ 50 



Moulton 
E 1862 Geo. E. 



128 



Mount 
T 1885 Christian K. 293 

Mulford 
A 1854 Wm. R., Jr. 99 

Muller 
B 1870 Jacob S. 231 

Munsill 
M1S77 NewcombH. 88 

Munson 
E 1878 James C. 174 

Murdock 
Q 1846 John N. 47 

Murkland 
M 1881 Chas. S. 89 

Murrell 
A 1854 Wm. J. 190 

Mussey 
JIf 1869 Fred. D. 84 

Myers 
JI 1854 Chas. W. 29 
n 1847 John B. 22 

Nash 
M 1847 James J. 71 

Nason 
ff 1847 Joseph T. 116 

Needham 

II 1852 Henry M. 27 

Neel 
B 1868 Charles M. 230 

Neill 
r 1870 Henry H. 241 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



337 



Neilson 
r 1882 

Nellis 
771848 

Nelson 

^1873 
771856 

Nettles 
T 18S3 
T 1861 



Oatis 
Francis A. 248 i T 1885 Edward P. 249 

O'Brien 
Earnhardt B. 22 E 1858 Lyster M. 166 



Frank G. 266 
Samuel W. 31 

Clarence S. 292 
Samuel J. ^15 



Newton 
AT 1870 Charles D. 209 



Nichols 
X 1883 
# 1851 
A 1857 

Nicoll 
^ 1872 

Nicols 
A 1883 

Nims 
AT 1865 

Noble 
E 1846 

A" 1884 
^ 1873 



Clarence L. 272 
Henry D. 140 
Newell F. loi 



Edward. 
Henry. 
Geo. L. 



281 
109 

83 



Charles W. 159 
John H. 273 
John S. 151 



Norman 
A 1854 Wm. B. 190 



Norris 
P 1882 
E 1845 



James A. 314 
Lyman D. 159 



North 
^1860 Jas. N., Jr. 126 



Norton 
E 1882 
^ 1867 

Noyes 
H 1844 



Jas. H. M. 176 I, 
John D. 148 



O'Callahan 
r 1863 Baldwin. 239 

i Ogden 

S 1857 Robt. N. 198 
^ 1879 Walter. 154 

Oliver 
r 1863 Elbert. 239 

i/1882 Edwin. 89 

A 1856 Samuel W. 192 

O'Neil 

T 1 861 Charles C. 215 

O'Neill 
M 1883 James B. 90 

Orem 

A 1855 John C. 191 

Oster 

7 1882 Frank F. 308 

Ostrom 

(") 1854 John. 52 

77 1855 John D. 30 

Owen 
M 1870 George H. 85 
H 1 861 Moses. 127 

Owens 
r 1877 Clarence D. 245 
# 1870 Josiah E. 150 

Pace 
r 1875 Alfred D. 244 



Page 

(? 1881 Alfred R. 65 

I (-) 1870 Chas. L. 61 

George F. 114 i M 1872 Wm. R. 86 1 



Pahlen 
r 1883 John H. 249 

Paige 
77 1865 David R. 38 
77 1867 Ralph K. 38 

Paine 
77 1851 E. Warren. 26 
77 1852 John W. 28 

« 

Palmer 
M 1883 Chas, B. F. 9a 
^ 1882 Erastus, 2d. 155 
E 1849 Thomas W. 161 
E 1868 William S. 170 

Parker 
1^1871 E. Llew'lyn. 281 
E 1874 Harry St. C. 173 
M 1869 Joseph H. 85 
$ 1853 Rufus M. 141 

Parkinson 
7 1884 Marshall M. 309 

Parmenter 

M 1850 Benj. F. 72 

M i860 Charles. 78 

A 1859 Horace W. 102 

77 1857 Jerome B. 32 

Parsons 
* 1878 
$ 1884 
X 1883 
X 1881 
$ 1882 
^ 1878 




Clarence F. 153 
Edward B. 156 
Edward S. 
Frank H. 
Herbert H. 
Wm. L. 



272 

271 

155 
153 



Partridge 

N 1879 Geo. H. 300 

iV 1881 Harvey E. 301 

T 1871 Henry E. 286 

Pasco 

$ 1849 Matthias V. 138 

Patrick 

E 1880 Fred. A. 175 

r 1884 Robt. G. 223 

J 1854 Thomas C. 190 






338 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 





Patterson 

r 1880 Alexander. 246 

Pattison 

^ 1868 Albert E. 149 
# 1877 Preston K. 153 

Paul 
/ 1879 Edward J. 307 

Paulding 
Z 1853 Edmund E. 183 

Payne 
9 1854 Augustus B. 141 

Pearse 
& 1868 Chas. B. 61 

Pearson 
-4 1 85 1 James B. 98 
A 1850 Thomas B. 97 

Pease 
G 1852 Harlow. 51 

Peck 

$ 1870 Hiram H. 150 

^ 1859 Horace R. 144 

^ 1859 Tohn H. 144 

<? 1864 Willard. 147 

Peet 

X 1877 Edward H. 268 
JT 1878 Wm., Jr. 269 

Peirson 
G 1883 Joseph E. 66 

Pelton 
X 1866 Henry V. 261 
A 1846 Lewis F. 94 

Pemberton 
T 1880 Hugh W. 291 

Peques 
r 1869 Sam'l W. E. 241 



Perkins 

S 1853 
JV1877 
Af 1870 
£ 1881 
^ 1884 
771847 
$ 1852 



Chas. E. 
John W. 
Marsh O. 
Moss K. 
Robt. W. 
Selah G. 
Wm. W. 



52 
299 

85 
176 

156 

22 

140 



Perlee 
F 1880 Clarence M. 313 

Perry 

F 1851 George W. 162 

A 1865 Herbert L. 255 

A. 1879 Howard. 107 

T 1873 Robt. H. 220 

T 1859 Wm. H. 214 

B 1846 Wm. W. 159 

Pettit 

N 1884 Louis W. 303 

Phelps 

771856 Egbert. 31 

M i86i Erastus H. 78 

77 1854 Frank. 29 

M 1875 Lawrence. 87 

E 1846 Wm. W. 159 

Philip 

P 1882 J. Powers. 314 

Philius 

#1876 Cornelius. 152 

Phillips 
M 1868 Elmer E. 84 

Pickett 
JV 1882 Milton. 302 

Pike 

/ 1885 Fred. A. Jr. 309 

Pinckney 
B 1868 H'nryL.Jr. 23b 

Piner 

r i860 Fines E. 237 



Piper 

if 1884 Clarence R. 90 
A 1861 Wilbur F. 103 

Pitcher 

J£ 1854 Nathaniel. 164 

Pittman 
2 i860 Rtddin G. 200 



Piatt 

A" 1857 Frank. 

Player 
B 1868 W. D. 

Plumb 

$ 1882 Geo. E. 
77 1854 Wm. H. 



205 



230 



155 
29 



Plyer 

K ^858 Chas. W. 205 

Polk 
2 1857 Cadw'lader. 198 
2 1862 James H. 201 
2 1864^ Rufus J. 202 

Pomeroy 
Z 1854 Geo. v., Jr. 184 
N 1885 J. W., Jr. 303 



Pond 
H 1848 Wm. C. 



"7 



Pope 

t 1869 D. Strother. 218 
r 1858 Thomas H. 213 
X 1868 Wm. G. E. 262 
T i860 Young J. 214 



Porter 
77 1848 Eleazer K. 
M 1857 Henry M. 
i/ 1870 James C. 
771844 Norman. 
77 1863 Vincent M. 

Potter 

(y 1866 Joel S. 



22 

75 

85 
18 

37 



59 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



339 




Powell 

2 1863 Benj. T. 202 

r 1883 w. A. 249 

Pratt 
y 1883 Tracy W. 302 
e 1878 Waldo S. 63 

Prentice 

i860 Fowlef. 56 

(") 1857 John. 54 

S 1859 Sartell. 55 

(") 1855 Wm. P. 53 

Prescott 

r 1872 Wm. E. 219 

Preston 

M 1884 Edwin F. 90 

^ 1873 Harlan D. 151 

M 1882 Samuel J. 90 

Price 
A 1865 John A. 225 

Priest 

<? 1847 Josiah A. 136 

Protheroe 
iT 1872 Wm. M. 210 

Prynne 
M 1877 Chas. M. 88 

Purdy 

# 1871 Frank. 150 

AT 1873 Rand'lphH. 210 

Putnam 
II 1845 Lemuel D. 20 
/IiSsS ^^^^. Le B. 122 

Putney 
A 1856 John A. 100 

Quinn 
y 1877 James A. 299 

Quintus 
-&' 1879 John C. 175 




Raglan d 
r 1882 Evan L. 248 

Rand 
iV 1879 Rufus R. 300 

Randall 

H 1852 Albion Q. 120 

Rank 
If 1875 Samuel A 297 

Rankin 
^ri882 Millidge W. 223 

Ransom 
A 1852 Chas. T. 98 
S 1856 Horace B. 54 

Ratcliff 
r 1885 Edgar H. 249 



Rawson 
n 1844 James F. 



18 



Ray 

ff 1861 Fabius M. 127 

Raymond 

A 1861 Daniel W. 103 
il 1851 Shepherd K. 26 

Reagles 
n 1 861 James. 36 

Red 
r 1880 Wm. C. 246 

Redfearn 
r 1884 Alex. M. 223 
r 1884 Geoffrey J. 223 



Redfield 

M iSs7 Lauren. 



75 



Reed 

N 1883 Albert I. 302 

A 1869 Alfred A. 258 

If i860 Thomas B. 126 



Remele 
M 1872 Geo. H. 



86 



Remington 

A 1848 Chas. W. 95 

B 1866 John W. 169 

Reynolds 

Ip 1872 Andrew J. 282 

// 1857 Chas. H. 124 

N 1882 Fred. 302 

$ 1863 John A. 146 

A 1865 John R. 105 

77 1857 Leandcr B. 32 

n 1855 Orrin H. 30 

B 1869 Wm. S. 231 

Rice 

H 1856 Albert S. 123 

$ 1868 Frank. 149 

6) T854 James L. 52 

Rich 

1^1848 David J. 71 

Richards 

& 1848 James N. 48 

Richardson 

M i860 George A. 78 

H 1856 George L. 118 

B 1854 Lyman. 164 

77 1858 Maxwell B. 33 
H 1845 Nathaniel P.I 1 5 

Richmond 

A 1881 Geo. H. 108 

2 1864 James L. 202 

2 1858 John McR. 199 



Ricker 
-V 1874 Geo. E. 



297 



Rickert 
JV 1877 Chas. H. 299 

Rider 
A 1853 Geo. W. 98 

Rion 
B 1870 Preston. -231 

Roach 

T 1872 A. Wash* ton. 219 





340 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




115 
119 

216 

94 
309 



Roberts 
H 1845 Chas. P. 
H 185 1 Chas. W. 
r 1868 Edward G. 
A 1846 Elbert G. 
/ 1884 Henry F. 

Robertson 

r 1877 Frank O. 

{^See Errata.) 

Robinson 

Q 1849 Chas. S. 48 

E 1882 Fred. A. 176 

i? 1856 George. 123 

H 1865 John F. 130 

H 1854 John O. 121 

T 1876 Thomas C. 289 

n 1856 Wm. J. 31 

Roblee 

A 1863 Melvin. 104 
Rockefeller 

P 1879 DeWitt G. 313 

Rockwell 

Q 1878 Henry B. 

Rodas 
n 1846 Justo J. 

Rodgers 

n 1879 Arthur J. 

Roe 

e 1881 Walter C. 
e 1878 Wm. E. 

Rogers 

/7 i860 James C. 
H 1848 John H. 

Rollins 
A 1881 Andrew M. 108 

Root 

Q 1876 Clarence B. 63 
Q 1849 Geo. G. B. 49 

Ross 

M 1882 Carroll B. 90 
n 1848 Edward F. 23 
3^1872 Henry H. 86 
if 1852 Lucretius D. 73 



63 
21 

41 

65 
64 



35 
"7 




Ross 
r 1870 Thomas J. 242 
n 1871 Wm. H. 39 

Rosser 

B 1858 Isaac. 227 

Rounds 
n 1873 Chas. E. 40 

Rountree 
<? 1858 John M. 144 

Royall 

T i860 Wm. B. 214 

Ruggles 

7/1847 Horace M. 22 

Rushmore 
A 1846 Edwin C. 94 

Russ 
M i860 John. 78 

$ 1872 Joseph C. 151 

Russell 

n 1851 Dirck C. 27 

n 1846 John H. 21 



Sager 

S 1871 Alfred B. 



171 



Sampson 
H 1857 Edward K. 124 



Sams 

^ 1858 Richard F. 

Samson 

Al 1845 Carlos H. 

Sanderson 

X 1874 Henry K. 
X 1869 Julius. 
n 1846 Silas W. 
^ 1855 William. 

Sandford 
Z 1 85 1 James. 

Sanford 
A 1865 Elias B. 
A 1865 Wilbur F. 

Sanger 
E 1862 J. P. 

Sargeant 
A 1862 Geo. D. 



/ 1882 Richard H. 308 

n 1863 Solomon W. 37 F 1873 J. B. 



(-; 1867 Wm. F. 60 

Rutherford 

n 1844 Thomas B. 18 

Rutledge 
r 1880 Wm. D. 246 

Saben 

X 1883 Edward E. 272 



193 



69 



266 

263 

21 

142 



183 

105 
105 

168 



lai 

244 

71 



Sabin 

3/ 1863 Albert R. 



80 



Sackrider 

^ 1868 Norman P. 149 

Safford 
E 1847 PhilanderC. 160 



M 1849 Sewall. 

Sargent 
X 1866 Frank D.S. 

Satterwaite 

2 1859 Lewis E. 

Saunders 

r 1877 Wm. F. 

Savage 

H 1848 Benj. S. 

Sawyer 
A 1862 David H. 104 
A 1879 Edmund F. 107 



261 



200 



221 



117 



Scaife 

r 1862 Chamer T. 



fc^ 1847 S. Satterlee. 47 2" 1859 Hazel F. 



216 
214 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



341 




Scammon 
E 1861 Chas. T. 

Scarborough 
r i860 Wm. M. 



168 



214 



Scarlet 

P 1880 George W. 313 
P 1879 Jolin. 

Schanz 

E 1883 Alfred. 

Schoff 
E 1846 Homer F. 

Schroeppel 
* 1852 Richard. 

Schumpert 

T 1874 Frank M. 

Scofield 

if 1880 John C. 
^ 1862 Winsor. 

Scollard 

<f 1881 Clinton. 

Scott 

P 1881 Chas. B. 
K 1867 Francis M. 
M 1864 Geo. R. W. 
M 1868 Oscar D. 
^ 1855 Seymour, 
r 1861 Wm. C. 
B 1858 Wm. C. 
¥^1872 W.J. 

(See Errata.) 

Scudder 

(r> 1865 Henry B. 



Seeley 

n 1847 Chas. A. 

Sessions 

T 1874 Chas. B. 
T' 1877 Joseph. 



22 



288 
289 



313 



176 



160 



140 



288 



89 
145 



155 



313 
208 

81 

84 

142 

215 

227 



Seaman 
Z 185 1 Geo. A. 

Seavey 
H 1845 Wm. H. 

See 

P 1880 Edwin F. 



59 



183 



115 



313 



Sewall 
A 1857 Chas. H. loi 
H 1846 FrederickD. 115 

Seymour 

9 1846 C. Lansing. 135 

X 1881 Ellis G. 271 

("> 1855 Qenry W. 53 

<f 1872 James H. 151 

(') 1880 Ralph A. 65 

Y 1862 Robert W. 216 
(r) 1855 Stephen E. 53 
S 1845 Wm. P. 46 

Shanklin 
E 1855 James M. 164 

Shattuck 

6) 1867 Franklin F. 60 

Shaver 

A 1881 James B. 108 

Shaw 
H 1855 Chas. E. 122 
A 1884 Fred. M. 109 
Z 1885 Samuel T. 186 
E i868 The'doreM. 170 

Sheldon 

1851 Lucius M. 50 
M 1880 Wm. H. 89 

Shepard 

M 1866 Azro B. 83 

A 1869 Osgood H. 258 

Shepley 

H 1846 Leonard D. 116 

Sheppard 

Y 1871 John C. 219 
^ i860 John S. 144 
2" 1 871 Lafayette. 219 
# 1866 Morris F. 147 



Sherman 
E 1883 Chas. M. 
^ 1847 Wm. H. 

Sherwin 

<? 1867 Sidney A. 

Sherwood 
Z 1849 Ezra K. 

Shipley 

A 1871 Edward. 

Shipp 

r 1872 Robt. J. 



176 
136 



148 



181 



209 



287 
T 1879 Sam'l W. G. 291 

Shrady 

Z 1849 John. 182 

Sibley 

O 1885 Clarence C. 66 
i") 1876 Edward L. 63 
(9 1855 Geo. E. 53 

Sill 
E 1882 R. Trumble. 168 



Silvernail 
<? 1874 John P. 



152 



Simmonds 
A 1857 W. H. 

{See Errata.) 

Simon 
A 1880 Benj. F. 



Simonds 
M 1862 David K. 

Sims 
T 1869 James, Jr. 

Skellenger 
P 1882 Daniel W. 

Skilton 
A 1855 Chas. C. 
A 1849 James A. 
A 1853 Julius A. 



107 



80 



241 



314 



100 
96 
98 






342 

Skinner 

$ 1849 C. Bronson. 

Slade 
M 1850 Henry M. 

Slocum 

n 1862 Elliott T. 

Small 

/ 1883 Edward A. 
X 1866 Herbert M. 

Smalley 
n 1859 Wm. F. 

Smart 
X 1867 Daniel S. 
X 1870 John G. 

Smidt 

K 1870 Allan L. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 





Smith 
if 1866 
A/ 1868 
X1876 
r 1862 

H 1863 

r 1881 

T 1872 
^ 1849 

r 1867 
ii 1859 
^ 1850 
r 1875 

U 1859 

X1875 

iV 1880 

if 1864 
e 1848 
1849 
/ 1885 

T 1873 
JWi86i 
A 1880 
^ 1871 
/^i854 
jS^ 1848 

-y 1883 



Abner. 
Albee. 
Alex. L. 
B. La 

Fayette. 
Benj. F. 
Chas. B. 
Chas. F. 
Chas. H. 
D.To'nsend. 
E. W. 
Eben, Jr. 
Eben W. 
Francis B. 
Harold. 
Harvey P. 
Henry D. 
Henry W. 
Homer H. 
Howard B. 
Isaac T. 
James B. 
John Mott. 
Josiah R. 
Joseph E. 
Joseph R, 
Louis O. 



138 



72 



36 



308 
261 



34 

262 
263 

209 



83 

84 

268 

238 
129 
291 
287 
138 
217 

34 
139 

245 
125 

267 

301 

82 
48 

49 
309 
244 

78 
107 
264 
121 
160 
302 



Smith 

JF 1877 Lyndon S. 174 

H 1862 Manasseh. 128 

^1/1851 Nathan A. 72 

X 1883 Osgood. 272 

r 1 861 R. c. 238 

Z 1854 ReginaldH. 184 

M 1878 Richard H. 88 

M 1846 Rollin C. 70 

H 1854 Sam'lE.Jr. 121 

A i860 Seymour A. 102 

Z 1853 St. Clair. 183 

T 1862 Thomas M. 216 

H 1850 Thomas R. 118 

T 1871 ThOmas'W. 287 

T 1884 Wash'tonG. 293 

A 1854 Wm. A. 99 

Z 1851 Wm. R. 183 

Snodgrass 

(-*) 1846 James. 47 

Snow 

A 1864 Stephen A. 105 

Snyder 

N 1881 Fred. B. 301 

Soaper 

n 1862 William. 36 

Somerset 

A 1881 Wm. L. 108 

Somerville 

r 1870 John W. 242 

Sondley 

T 1876 Foster A. 289 

Southworth 

H 1846 Perez. 116 

Spahr 

X 188 1 Chas. B. 271 

X 1878 Geo. T. 269 

Spann 

r 1880 J. M. 222 

B 1868 James G. 230 

T 1876 James H. 289 



I 



Sparks 
ri86o 

Sparrell 
A 1865 

Speed 
E 1858 
E 1858 

Spencer 
i/1843 
r 1868 

Sprague 
A 1846 

Squire 
e 1885 



John C. C. 214 

Fred. W. 255 

Frank M. 166 

J. J. 166 

Philip. 17 

S. Graham. 240 



Seth L. 



Wm. J. 



94 



66 



Stanford 

U 1879 (.'has , Jr. 41 

Stanton 
A 1868 

A 1855 
E 1867 



Starr 
M 1846 
M 1872 

Starritt 

N 1875 

Stearns 
X 1878 
if 1883 
X 1882 
X 1876 

Stebbins 
K 1859 
X1883 

Steele 

• K 1863 
M 1847 
T 1884 
i7i853 

Steere 
A 1870 



Nath'ielG. 257 
Thomas H. 191 
Wm. S. 170 

Peter. 70 

Peter J. 86 

Simon P. 298 



Frank W. 269 

Jesse. 90 

Wm. F. 272 

WinfridA. 268 



Chas. H. 
Henry D. 



Henry S. 
Joseph. 
Robt. 
Thomas. 



205 
273 



207 

71 
224 

28 



Robt. W\ 25S 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



343 




Stephens 

n i860 Wm. J. 




Stephenson 

^ 1857 HcDry. 

Sterling 
K 1870 Joseph H. 

Stetson 

A i860 Daniel K. 
A 1880 Wm. M. 

Stevens 
n 1845 Chas. A. 
A 1848 Daniel W. 
H 1862 Fred. A. 
n 1864 TheodoreB. 
T 1884 Wm. DuB. 

Stevenson 

S 1878 Halsey B. 
2" 1884 Haviland. 
r 1869 John T. 
X 1880 Robt. S. 

Stever 

B 1872 George H. 

Stewart 
M 1879 Dugald. 
S 1862 Edwin. 
M 1884 Geo. A. 
O 1870 James M. 
M 1846 John W. 

Stillwell 
A 1880 Sam'l W. 

St. John 
Z 1848 Thomas P. 

Stockdale 
r 1859 Thomas R. 

Stocking 
A 1858 Chas. H. 
A 1856 Sidney D. 

Stoddard 
X 1874 John T. 
A 1880 Walter P. 



35 
192 

209 

102 
107 

20 

95 
128 

37 
293 

64 
224 
241 
270 

62 



89 

57 
90 

278 

70 



108 



181 



236 



lOI 

100 



267 
108 



Stokes 

T 1884 Wm. M. 293 

Stone 

A 1845 Fred. M. 93 
iST 1852 Henry. 120 

Story 
M 1863 Myron L, 81 

Stoyell 
H 1869 John A. 131 

Street 
X 1885 Chas. S. 273 

Strickland 
r i860 Wm. L. 237 



Strode 
1870 H. A. 



278 



Strong 
N 1882 Harry A. 302 



Strudwick 
A 1850 Wm. S. 



97 



St urges 
K 1858 James T. 205 
K 1858 Peter D. 205 

Sturtevant 
M 1863 Ethan A. 81 

Stuyvesant 

Z 1858 A. Van Horn. 185 
Z 1858 Robt. R. 185 

Sumner 
S 1868 James B. 61 

Sutherland 
K 1862 John McC. 207 

Suthon 
r 1881 Walter J. 247 

Sutton 
:S 1857 Wm. M. 198 



Swan 
^ 1854 Thomas. 190 

Swaney 

^1870 Sheldon W. 150 

Swasey 

H 1866 Chas..F. 130 
H 1865 Henry W. 130 

Swearingen 

r 1861 Benj. F. 215 

Sweet 
S 188 1 Chas. A, 65 

Swift 

(9 1849 Alfred. 49 

E 1876 Edward C. 173 

M 1850 Edward Y. 72 

X 1876 George M'. 268 

X 1873 John B. 266 

X 1873 Wm. J. 266 

Sykes 

2 1862 Lawson W. 201 

Taber 
17 1842 Samuel T. 17 

Tabor 

$ 1.884 A. Vincent. 156 

Taft 

W 1871 Charles E. 281 
$ 1865 James N. 147 

Talbert 

r 1861 Jerry T. 238 

. r 1859 John D. 236 

r 1885 Joseph T. 249 

Tappan 

Z 1849 Fred. D. 182 
n 1851 John L. 27 

Tarboux 

T 1877 JohnW. 290 



Tarleton 
A 1859 Robt. 



193 






344 

Tarlton 

E 1868 Llewnyn P. 

Tate 

r* 1874 Simpson. 

Taylor 

Z 1849 Edward P. 
r 1868 Frederic M. 
T 1870 James H. 
-ff 1852 Morse K. 
N 1878 MyronDeV 

Tenney 
/ 1881 Horace K. 

Tenny 

M 1856 Allen. 
n 1857 Edwin H. 

Terbell 

# 1883 Joseph B. 
n 1848 Wm. D. 

Terhune 
n 1844 Wm. F. 

Terry 
G 1866 Geo. S. 
X 1868 James L. 
Z 1850 Wm. H. 

Texada 
J 1852 Joseph W. 

Thatcher 
r 1870 Wm. H. 

Thayer 

^ 1862 Amos M. 

Theobald 
H 1852 Geo. H 

Thomae 

e 1858 Henry K. 

Thomas 

A 1 861 Alfred D. 
r 1885 Daniel H. 
B 1873 John P., Jr. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




170 



244 



182 
240 
219 
163 
299 



Thompson 
E i860 Chas. A. 
// 1851 ElbridgeA. 
G 1856 John L. 
2 1856 Lewis T. 
E 1853 MortimerN. 
A 1880 Richard J. 
2 i860 Samuel M. 
X 1872 Walter. 
A 1852 Wm. V. 

Thomson 
P 1884 John A. 



75 
32 



19 



59 
262 

182 



189 



242 



145 



120 



55 



307 Thome 

I Z 1852 Quintin M. 

Thornton 

/1 1872 Howard. 

1 Thornwell 

,, ' B 1868 James H. 

23 1 Throckmorton 

K 1863 Barbcrie W. 

Throop 
E 1855 Enos T. 

Thwing 
E 1864 Frank J. 

Tibbits 

(") 1857 Clarkson. 
n 1859 Wm. B. 

Tilden 
X 1867 Chas. B. 
M 1864 Wm. C. 

Tillson 
E 1849 Stephen. 

Tindell 

X 1871 Samuel W. 
Tinkham 

H 1855 John F. 

Titcomb 
H 1848 William. 

Toler 
$ 1867 Hugh. 



167 
119 

54 
197 

163 

108 

200 

265 

189 

314 
183 

39 
230 

208 

164 

168 



253 
249 
232 



55 
34 

262 
82 



161 



264 



122 



"7 



148 



Toll 
n 1870 Isaac H. 

Tompkins 

B 1872 Arthur S. 
B 1869 Daniel A. 
A 1849 Daniel F. 
# 1857 Joseph T. 
n 185 1 Wm. H. 

Torrey 
n 1872 H. A. 

Tourtellott 
A 1849 Isaac N. 

Towles 

n 1848 John J. 



39 



232 

231 

96 

143 

27 



39 



96 



23 



Towner 
^1851 Daniel C 162 
$ 1858 J. Ausbum. 14.4 

Townes 

T i860 Alex. S. 214 

Townley 
E 1884 Lynn P. i77 

Townsend 

e 1882 John A. 65 

B 1868 John F. 230 

Toy 

r 1872 Walter D. 220 

Train 

M 1858 Albert W. 76 

Traphagen 
A 1863 Henry. 254 

Trask 
iTi85i George L. 27 

Treadway 

E 1881 Henry H. 176 
^ 1882 James M. 155 

Tredway 

n 1853 O. Carleton. 28 





ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



345 



Trick 
& 1879 Albert H. 64 

Trist 

A" 1864 Nicholas P. 208 

Trotter 
r 1883 M. P. 223 

Trowbridge 
E i860 Chas. F. 167 

True 
H 1856 Charles H. 123 
A 1855 Edward H. 100 

Truman 
-^ 1852 Wm. B. 189 

Trussell 
N 1883 Sumner L. 302 
N 1885 Thomas E. 303 



Tufts 
if 1855 James. 



74 



Tunnicliflf 

B 1866 George. 148 

& 1863 J. James. 146 

Turner 

X 1884 Arthur R. 273 

W 1873 Geo. B. 282 

H 1854 Henry K. 121 

X 1874 Herbert B. 267 

E 1857 Jerome W. 165 
(9 1846 Voluntine C. 47 

Tumey 

E 1875 Henry D. 173 



Twitchell 
M 1877 Willis L 



88 



Tyler 
^ 1853 Robt B. 190 

Tyng 

& 1 861 Morris A. 57 
E 1871 Stephen H. 171 
S 1858 Stphn.H.Jr. 55 



Underbill 
X 1881 Andrew F. 

Upham 
X 1884 Edward D. 

Valliant 
4^ 1853 Frank. 

Van Alstyne 
$ 1874 Thomas B. 
^ 1848 Thomas J. 

Van Auken 
n 1879 Chas. H. 

Van Beuren 
Z 1849 Chas. E. 

Van Buren 
E 1867 Pliny H. 

Vanderpoel 
1855 John. 

Van Deusen 

S 1852 Edwin A. 
^^1857 Sylvester. 

Van Dyck 
il 1865 Vedder 

Van Etten 

i7i849 Isaac. 

Van Grove 
E 1878 Wm. 

Van Loon 
A 1881 Wm. F. 

Van Nest 

5 1863 Alex. T. 

6 1861 Wm. L. 

Van Petten 

A 1850 John B. 

Van Slyck 
& 1863 Geo. W. 



271 

273 
190 



152 

137 



41 
182 

170 

54 



51 
205 



38 
24 

174 

loS 



58 
57 



97 
58 



Van Vleck 
K 1863 A. K. 

Van Wyck 
2 1861 Wm. 

Vedder 
n 1856 Maus R. 




308 



20Z 



31 



Vermeule 
P 1885 Adrian, Jr. 314 

Vernon 
X 1881 Walter L. 271 

Viele 

$ 1849 Luther S. 138 

Vinton 
A 1866 Fred. A. 256 

Von Schrader 

E 1872 Fred. 172 

Vorce 
M 1865 Chas. A. 83 

Vose 

H 1855 Gardner C. 122 

H 1850 Geo. H. 119 

jfiT 1861 Horace. 127 

Vrooman 
n 1878 William C. 41 

Wadleigh 

E 1881 Frank A. 176 

Wait 

E 1848 W. Howard. 161 



Wakefield 
H 1849 Geo. H. 

Walbridge 
^ 1858 John. 

Waldo 

* 1875 Burt I. 

Waldrop 
r 1858 Wm. C. 



118 



144 



152 



235 






346 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Walker 




T 1875 Arthur C. 


288 


M 1882 Frank A. 


90 


r 1869 Geo. W. 


285 


r 1879 J- 0. 

2 1858 James A. 


222 


199 


X 1883 John B. 


273 


Walker - 




B 1873 Julius H. 


232 


S 1872 Junius B. 


172 


^1/1858 Lyman. 


76 


M 1858 Wm. H. 


76 



Wallace 
G 1864 John A. 



58 



Walton 

IS 1859 Timothy. 200 

Walworth 

J 1854 Douglas. 190 

Wannamaker 

T J875 Geo. W. 288 

T 1883 T. Heber. 292 

Ward 

y 1878 Clarence T. 299 

X 1884 Herbert D. 273 

F 1883 H. Judd. 314 

Ware 

At 1859 Geo. W., Jr. 77 

Warner 

M 1877 Chas. B. 88 

M 1S61 Ezra J. 79 

J/ 1881 Frank H. 89 

M 1858 James M. 76 

& 1849 Wm. S. 49 

Warren 

6^ 1879 Edward P. 64 

n 1847 Geo. B. 22 




Washburn 
Q 1854 Joseph. 

Washburn e 

& i860 Emory. 



52 



56 



Wasson 
1850 Minot S. 50 

Waterman 
n 1848 Alex. H. 23 
^ 1847 ChaunceyN. 136 
# 185 1 Daniel, Jr. 140 
A 1862 Richard. 253 
A 1865 Rufus, Jr. 255 

Waters 
A i868 T. Tweeds. 257 

Watkins 
r 1863 Feam. 239 

1850 Selden. 50 

Watrous 
£ 1867 Stanley B. 170 

Watson 

B 1871 John A. 23i 

Webb 
^1846 Edwin B. 116 
K 1862 J. Converse. 207 

Webster 
iVi882 Chas. M. 302 
K 1863 E. B. 208 

Weed 
/ 1882 Henry I. 308 

Weeks 

B 1865 Charles. 130 
M 1853 Geo. A. 73 



Wellman 
JV' 1880 Willani 1. 



Wells 

£ 1873 
/ 1882 
1855 
K 1864 
& 1846 

r 1867 
771878 

E 1874 



Chas. R. 
Chas. \V. 
Edward L. 
Eugene. 
(Jeo. D. 
Geo. G. 
Walter S. 
Wm. H. 



Wendel 

Z 1855 John G. 



301 

172 
308 

54 
208 

47 
217 

41 
173 

184 



Wendell 

^ 1884 Gilbert. 


156 


Weston 
JH 1876 Geo. H. 
e i88i Grenville N 


40 
. 65 


Wharfif 
A 1877 Isaac H.W. 


106 


Whatley 

r 1885 Abner L 


224 


Wheatley 
A 1883 Joseph Y. 


109 


Wheeler 

JS 185 1 John A. 
If 1857 Leonard 0. 
S 1854 Thomas M. 


162 

124 

52 


Whipple 

M 1879 Frank E. 


89 


Whitaker 
n 185 1 Jacob. 


27 


White 

& 1870 Alexander. 
K i860 Chas. D. 
e 1862 Chas. E. 
$ 1867 Edmund E. 
A 1879 Edwin A. ' 
-^ 1854 Harry, 
if 1869 Horace F. 
B 1858 James G. 
ff 1845 NathanielG 
$ 1854 William M. 


61 
206 

57 
148 

107 
191 

85 
227 

"5 
142 


Whiting 
211852 DeGarmoJ 
£ 1848 Wm. P. C. 


. 28 
161 


Whitley 
r 1872 Frank J. 


^3 


Whitman 
X 1885 Prank E. 
A 1864 Henry B. 


273 
254 


Whitmore 
ff 1856 Geo. S. 
H 1854 Nathl.McC. 


123 
121 








ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Whitney 
E 1882 Geo. R 

Whiton 

n 1849 Albert G. 
S 1884 James B. 



176 



24 
66 



Whitridge 
n 1858 Alonzo C. 33 
X 1874 Fred'ick W. 267 
n 1850 Gustavus R. 25 



Whittemore 

^ 1880 Nelson H. 

Whittier 
E 1872 Chas. A. 
E 1872 Joseph B. 

Wieting 
n 1864 Jacob H. 

Wiffhtman 

r 1879 Arthur C. 
T 1884 John P. 
T 1875 Pearson B. 

Wilber 

M 1864 Eugene, 
if 1865 John A. 

Wilbourn 
r 1874 Edwin C. 
r 1874 Ernest J. 



154 



172 
172 



37 



291 

293 

288 



82 
83 



244 
244 



Wilbur 

E 1864 Clarence E. 169 

P 1879 Francis A. 313 

T 1880 W. Cuttino. 222 

« 

Wilcox 

A 1880 Asa H. 108 

/ 1884 E, Wells. 309 

N 1884 Francis B. 303 

Wilder 

-W1871 Arthur. 85 

Wilds 

M 1875 Chas. M. 87 

r 1863 John D. • 239 

t 1872 Robt. A. 220 



Wildy 
T 1870 Harry H. 242 
r 1874 John C. 244 

Wilkinson 
r 1883 R. 249 

Willard 
A 1864 Chas. E. 254 
$ 1 861 Frank B. 145 
M 1850 Sylvester S. 72 

Williams 

Q 1867 Edward T. 59 
^1861 Riqhard S. 103 

Williamson 
r 1875 Chalmers M. 245 
H 1856 Geo, R. 123 
M 1864 John. 82 

H 1849 Joseph. 118 

B 1868 R. M. 229 

Willinghara 
T 1864 John C. 217 

Willis 

H 1851 Henry. 119 

Willoughby 

$ 1854 Westel. 142 

Wilson 

B 1859 Chris. S. 227 

T 1882 Frank Z. 292 

^ 1868 John H. 149 

Winans 
i? 1853 Chas. E. 163 

Winchell 

^ 1880 Walter B. 154 

Winder 
E 1859 Julian A. 166 

Wing 

E 1865 Anderson. 169 

Wingfield 
r 1881 Nisbet. 247 



Winston 
r 1868 George. 

Witherell 
E 1865 Chas. I. 
E 1848 James B. 



240 



169 
161 



Witherspoon 

n 1844 Tames La F. 19 
r 1858 Thomas D. 235 



Withrow 
E 1885 Henry G. 

Wolcott 

M T864 Wm. H. 

Wolff 
X 1874 Henry A, 

Wood 

M 1864 Edward N. 
H 1854 Henry C. 
K i860 Jos. L. R. 
1857 Samuel. 

Woodard 

# 1857 James S. 

Woodbury 
S 1857 Albert. 

Woodhull 

S 1848 Caleb S. 

Woodruff 

r 1876 Chas. J. 
E 1867 M. S. 

Woods 

T 1872 Chas. A. 
A 1880 Chas. D. • 
T 1883 Edward O. 

Woodward 

^ 1882 James O. 

Woolworth 

$ 1849 James M. 
<^ 1877 Chas. P. 



177 



82 



267 



82 
121 
207 

55 



143 



55 



48 



221 
170 



287 
108 
292 



155 






348 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 




Wooster 




Wright 




Young 




2 i860 Wm. A. 


200 


^ 1845 Edward. 


46 


$ i860 Conway W. 


145 






M 1874 Geo. M. 


87 


N 1878 Howell W. 


290 


Worth 




M 1848 Gustavus B. 


71 


R 1845 Joshua. 


"5 


A i860 Wm. T. 


102 


© 1843 Horatio N. 


45 


$ i860 Thomas K. 


145 






2 1861 Joshua G. 


201 


y 1872 Wm. J. 


282 


Wotkyns 

n 1850 Alfred A. 




M 1865 Riley E. 


83 


r 1858 Wm. L. 


236 


25 


y 1884 Vernon A. 


303 






Wrenn 




iv V V 




Zabriskie 




£ i860 James W. 


227 


Wynn 
r 1873 James H. 


244 


id 1859 Abram. 
Z 1856 J. Lansing. 


193 
184 


Wright 












A 1863 Alfred A. 


104 


Yates 




Zinkeisen 




# 1872 Arthur M. 


151 


n 1844 Joseph. 


19 


B 1880 Max. 


175 




WiBBM^ 






REiiATioNSHip Chart, 



Adriance 
John. 
John S. 
Isaac. 

Beattie 

Hamlin. 



(9 '55 
6) '82 

0'b4 
^•58 



H.Clv'land. T 84 

Candee 
Wm. B. ^ '52 
Harry N. ^ '80 



Abbott 

La'renceF. X *8i 
Herbert V. X '85 

Adams 
Joseph Q. T '79 
TalbertW. r '81 



Anderson 
Wm. H. 
Thos. D. 



J? '57 
JET '65 



Astor 

WilUam. ^ '49 

Henry. Z '53 

Avery 

Henry N. ^ '58 

Edw'd W. SP '63 




■♦♦*- 



FATHERS AND SONS. 



Christian 

Edmund P. E '47 
EdmundA. JF '79 

Cochran 

David H. * '50 
Thomas. X '83 



Lathrop 
Wm. H. 
Wm. A. 



^'53 
fi? '85 



Perkins 

Selah G. 77 '47 

Moss K. E '81 

Ross 

Lucr'tiusD. M '52 

Carroll B. if '82 

Terbell 

Wm. D. 77 '48 

Joseph B. # '83 



-•♦•- 



BROTHERS. 



Baker 
Andrew J. F '64 
W.Rushfn.r 'So 
Clifton. r '81 

Ball 
Emmet J. $ '75 
Willard D. $ '81 

Barney 

Chas. D. E '66 
Geo. L. E '66 

Bates 
Lucius B. B '68 
Wm. T. C. B '68 

Beattie 

William. r '58 
Hamlin. ^ '58 
John E. O '68 



Beecher 
Lyman. B '57 
Robt. E. e '59 

Berthoud 
Alex. P. 77 '44 
Edward L. 77 '49 

Bissell 
L. Parsons. ^ '63 
Rush W. ^ '69 

Blanding 
Robt C. r '80 
A. Lewis. r'8i 

Bradbury 

Jno.W.Jr. H '61 
Thos.W. S. JSr '62 



Van Alstyne 
Thos. J. ^ 
^ B. 



Thos. 



47 
*'74 



Walker 
Wm. H. if' 58 
Frank A. M '82 

Woolworth 
James M. $ '49 
Chas. P. * '77 



Bradley 

Alex. S. H '58 
Samuel A. H '58 



Brainerd 
Ezra. 
Chas. N. 
Edwin R. 
John B. 



if '64 

if '79 

i/'79 



Bridges 
Hugh Q. r '62 
Richard C. F '63 

Browning 

John F. T '78 
Wm. C. r '78 
Lowndes J. T '83 





350 



RELATIONSHIP CHART. 




Buck 
DeWin C. r '60 
Edwin H. T '60 



Buel 
Clarence. 
Oliver P. 


n'49 
©•59 


Burnett 
Wiley B. 
Wilbur E. 


T'73 


Burt 
Silas W. 
James. 


77 '49 
n's4 


Caldwell 

John M, 
Asbury. 


A '62 
A '64 



Camp 

James L. # '47 
Sam'l J. M. $ '48 

Campbell 

Wm. S. 2 '58 

Jas. G. 2 '59 

Clute 

Wm. T. n '73 

John F. n '76 

Coleman 

Wm. A. n '57 

Robt. S. n '58 

Conrad 

Joseph S. 77 '53 

George V. il '56 



Dargan 
James F. 
John H. 
Edwin C. 

David 
James J. 
Chas. A. 

Davis 
Geo. H. 
Horace. 



r'67 
r'72 

r'6i 
r'72 



<9'45 

e '48 



Dickerman 

Arthur E. iV"82 
Walter H. N '82 

Dickinson 

Howard C. K '66 
Frank F. K '72 

Dorr 

Russell R. il *70 

Henry R. M '80 

Wm. R. i/'8o 

Douglas 
W. W. E '70 
Sam'l T. E '73 

Douglass 
John T. r '83 
George W. T '85 

Dozier 
Peter. T '60 

Anthony W. T '62 

Dupr^ 
Daniel A. T '69 
Warren. T '78 

Earle 
Talife'ro.D.r'8i 
Joseph B. r 82 

Edwards 
J. Tall- 

madge. II^^i 
Wm. S. n '56 

Edwards 
Chas. B. r '77 
James L. T '80 

Eggleston 

Joseph E. r '83 
Wm. C. r '83 
J. Slack. 1' '85 

Eiswald 
Adolph H. A '82 
Arthur S. A '82 

Evans 
Jno. C. r '62 
Robt. K. r '72 

Falconer 

Thomas S. J '56 
Wm. B. z/ '56 



Fant 
James T. F '58 
Arthur. F '71 

Fessenden 

Thos. A.D./r'45 
Chas.S. D. ir'48 
Joseph P. //'51 

Fessenden 

James D. F'52 

Wm. H. ^'55 

Francis. H '58 

Samuel. ^ '61 

Fox 
Charles. E '75 
E. Crofton. E '75 

Furman 

• Chas. M . 2^ '58 

Jas. F. r '61 

Davis r'8i 

Furman 
John McI. r '68 
Samuel r '68 
Scrimzeam 

M. r'8i 

Galloway 

Henry N. X '81 
Tod B. X '85 

Gant 

Richard C. F '64 
Harris A. P '71 

Garrettson 

Francis T. A '46 
Robert L. 77 '58 

Gilbert 

Frank A. T '72 
Thomas K. T '76 

Gillette 

Lewis S. .V '76 
George M. E '80 

Goodnow 

Henry R. X '78 
Frank J. A^ '79 

Goodrich 

Merch't II. ^ '45 
Henry D. E '46 



Green 

Wm. S. Jr'6o 
Sarnl B. M '66 

Hall 
Geo^e A. X '82 
Alfred M. AT '85 

Hand 

Clifford A. /T '50 
Samuel. iT'51 
Richard L. i7 '58 

Harding 
Stephen R. # '71 
Henry W. 4» '73 

Haynes worth 

Edgar C. T '79 
Hariy J. 2" '79 

Hendrickson 
Eugene A. N '76 
Albert P. A' '77 
George L. A" '84 

Hooker 
David G. M '53 
Edward P. Jf' 55 

Howe 

WiUiam. J? '60 
Geo., Jr. B '68 

Howland 

Richards. A '68 
Matth. M. A '71 



Hubbard 

John B. 
Thos. H. 

Huger 

Arthur M. 
K. K. 

Huston 

Fred. N. 
Wm. A. 

Isham 
. Edward S. 
Heniy P. 



^'52 
^'52 

r'71 
r'72 

^'62 
^'66 



©'57 
©'64 






RELATIONSHIP CHART. 



351 




Johnson 
Frank M. 
John M. 


X'79 
^'83 


Jones 
Archela'sK. T '60 
Merriweather 
L. r '63 


Jones 

Lewis P. 
James B. 


T'69 
r'74 


Jones 
Ed'in S..Jr. 
David P. 


^'78 
iV^'83 


Jordan 
Horace M. 
Henry J. 


J7'63 


Kingsland 
AmbroseC. 
George L. 


Z'56 


Kirkland 
Welbom D 
James H. 


. ^70 


Lewis 
Charles F. 
Tayler, Jr. 


ii '64 

il '68 


Lide 
Alex. S. 
James E. 
Evan P. 
Wm. K. 


r'58 
r'62 

r'69 


Marshall 
Wm. C. 
Thos. H. 


ir'47 
^'48 


McCamant 
Andw. H. 
John G. 


X'83 


McConihe 

Isaac. 
John. 
Samuel. 


^'49 
il'53 
iT'56 



McGehee 
Jas. 6. 
Wm. E. 
John S. 



r '80 

r '80 
r'82 



Mehaffey 

Calvin D. J '53 
George W. J '54 



Miller 
Alex. L. 
John M. 

Millsaps 
Wm. F. 
Theo. F. 



^'68 
r'69 

r'8o 
r'82 



Miner 
Henry E. M*si 
A. Louis, -if '74 

Mister 
James F. F '60 
Wilbur F. F '60 

Montgomery 
John H. K '70 
James L. K '73 

Paige 
David R. n '65 
Ralph K. n '67 

Paine 

E. Warren. 11 '51 
John W. n '52 

Parsons 
ClarenceF. $ '78 
Wm. L. $ '78 
HerbertH. ^ '82 
Edward B. ^ '84 

Parsons 
Frank H. X '81 
Edward S. X '83 

Partridge 
Geo. H N '79 
Harvey E. N '81 

Pattison 

Albert E. ^ '68 
Preston K. SP '77 

Pearson 

Thomas B. A '50 
• James B. -4 '51 



Peck 

Horace R. 
John H. 
Willard. 

Peet 

EdwardH. 
Wm., Jr. 

Perry 
Wm. H. 
Robt. H. 

Pope 
Thos. H. 
Young J. 

Redfearn 
Alex. M. 
Geoflfrey J. 

Roe 
Wm. E. 
Walter C. 

Sanford 
Elias B. 
Wilbur F. 

Scaife 
Hazel F. 
CharmerT. 

Scarlet 

John. 
Geo. W. 

Sessions 
Chas. B. 
Joseph. 

Seymour 

Henry W, 
James H. 

Sheppard 

John S. 
Morris F. 

Sibley 
Edward L. 
ClarenceC. 

Skilton 
James A. 
J.Augustus. 
Charles C. 





Smart 




^'59 


Daniel S. 


X't^ 


^•59 


John G. 


X'no 


$ '64 


Smith 






Jas. B. 


M'6i 


X'77 


Henry D. 


M'64 


^'78 


Abner. 


Jf'66 




Albee. 


if '68 


T'S9 


Smith 




r'73 


Joseph E. 
Samm,Jr 


H'S4 




.J^'54 


r'58 


Benj. F. 


£r'63 


r'6o 


Smith 






Manasseh. 


^'62 


r'84 
r'84 


Harold. 


^'75 


Osgood. 


^'83 




Smith 




e '78 


Josiah R. 


^'71 


6) '81 


Alex. L. 
Spahr 


X'76 


^'65 


Geo. T. 


^'78 


^'65 


Chas. B. 
Speed 


JT'Si 


r'59 
r'62 


Frank M. 


^'58 


J.J. 


^'58 




Steams 




p'79 

P'8o 


Frank W. 


X '78 


Wm F. 


-r'82 




Stocking 
Sidney D. 




7"74 


A '56 




Charles H. 
Sturges 


A '58 


6»'55 


James T. 


ir'58 


<? '72 


Peter D. 

Swasey 


ir '58 


^ '60 


Henry W. 


^'65 


^ '66 


Chas. F. 

Swift 


^'66 


©'76 


John B. 


-5^ '73 


0'85 


Wm. J. 


^'73 


•^ 


George M. 


A^'76 


^'49 


Tenny 




^'53 


Allen. 


if '56 


-i'55 


Edwin H. 


il '57 






352 



RELATIONSHIP CHART. 




Tilden 

Wm. C. M '64 

Chas. B. M '67 

Tompkins 

Daniel A. ^ '69 

Arthur S. B '72 

Trussell 

Sumner L. N '83 

Thos. E. N '85 

Tyng 

S. H., Jr e '58 

Morris A. 6> '6i 



Vose 
Geo. H. 
Horace. 

Walker 
Geo. W. 
Arthur C. 

Warner 
James M. 
Ezra J. 

Waterman 

. Richard. 
Rufus, Jr. 



£r'49 



T '6g 
r'75 



Jf'58 
if '61 



A '64 
A »65 



Whitridge 
GustVusR. IT '50 

Alonzo C. n '58 

Whittier 

Chas. A. E '72 

Joseph B. E '72 

Wightman 

Arthur C. T '79 

John P. T '84 

Wil bourn 

j Edwin C. r'74 

' Ernest J. F '74 



Wildy 

Harry H. T '70 
John C. r '74 

Williamson 

i^ '56 

r'72 
7"83 



Joseph. 
Geo. R. 

Woods 
Chas. A. 
Edwin O. 



Young 
ConwayW. # '60 
Thomas K. $ '60 







(Beogkafhical Bisteieotion 



OF THE FRATERNITY. 



■♦♦^ 



Birminqham. 
McAdory, Robt. A. T '68 

Bladen Springs, 
•Bell, Edwin S. J. 2 '58 

Cenierville. 
♦Howard, Wiley C. X '72 

Claiborne. 
•Cooper, Henry N. -^ '55 

Claiborne Co. 
Davison, James M. O '68 

£ntiiw. 
Truman, Wm. B. ^ '52 

Greensboro*. 
•McFaddin, R. H. U '44 



Catnden. 
Powell, Benj. T. 2 '63 

CarroUton. 
Belding, Wm. R. y^ '51 

/^or/ Smith. 
Archibald, 

DeWitl H. r '8i 

Bailey, Wm. W. £ '61 



Colion. 
Davis, John W., Jr. J '84 

Orasi Valley. 
•Ostrom, John. O '54 



ALABAMA. 

Hayneville. 
Spann, James G. B '68 

ffunttviUe. 
Erskine, Thos. F. '5<f 

Murrell, Wm. J. J '54 

94 St. Francis St. 

•Tarleton, Robt. /J '59 

PieJeensville. 
Somerville, J. W. T '70 

Pleasant Ridge. 

•McGowen, A. W. T '62 
♦McMuUen, Wm. F. F '63 

ARKANSAS. 

Helena. ' 

•Hubbard, John K. U '61 

Zi«/« Roek. 

Gray, Dan'l A. T '68 

Hardeman, W. O. F *8i 

Polk, Rufus J. 2 '64 

Rocky Comfort. 
•Garland, Leon. D. iT'52 

CALIFORNIA. 

Las Angdas. 
Wildy, John C. F '74 

MarysvUU. 
•Drake, Arthur G, iT '65 



PraiHe Bluff. 
•Falconer, Thos. S. ^ '56 
•Falconer, Wm. B. J '56 

Pridt's Station. 
Thompson, Sam.M. 2 '60 

Selma. 
•Rutherford, T. B. iT '44 

Talladega. 
Chapman, R. H. A '54 

■ Troy. 
Bowles, Lewln. H. B '67 
Elm St. 

7\t*keegee. 
Forrester, Eldred J. T '75 



Tezarkana. 
Scott, Oscar D. M '68 

Wallaeeburg. 

Witherspoon, 

Jas. LaF. 11*44 

Washington. 
•Jennings, Orville. H '49 



Menlo Park. 
Howland, Rich. S. A '68 

Oakland. 
McLean, John K. il '58 
520 13th St. 






354 



GEOCxRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 





Russ, John, M '60 

77a nth St 
Vose, Geo. H. H '50 

Petaluma. 
Lippitt, Edw. S.. A '47 
Cor. D and 6lh Sts. 

Rivtrnde, 
Fessenden, W. H. H '55 

Sa}i Franciaco, 
•Alcott, Geo. B. E '49 
Bigclow. Sam'l C, & '45 
Cor. McAllister 
and Steiner Sts. 
Bradbury, Alb. W. H '60 

630 Commcl. St. 
Burdick, Edw. F. E '48 
•Chamberlain.C.M. H '46 



Canon City, 
Ailing, E. Treat. -4 '51 

Central CUy. 
Rank, Samuel A. N '75 

Denver, 
Brett, Will Le R. M '77 
Middelton, G. W., E '81 
3 Opera H'se Bl'k. 



Bristol. 
Eggleston, A. C. A '58 

Buckingham, 
Gardner, Austin. A '56 

Cheshire. 
Brooks, Jesse W. P *8i 

Danbury, 
Famum, John R. A '67 

Ettex. 
•Bailey, Joseph A. A '49 

Hartfttrd. 
Beecher, Robt. E , '60 

373 Asylum St. 
Bissell, L. Parsons. $ '63 
Day, Samuel J., JT'63 

4 Atwood St. 
Jones, Samuel F., A '47 
192 Faim'ton Av. 



Childs, Perry G. A '46 
Davis, Geo. H., & '45 

49 First St. 

Davis, Horace, S '48 

49 First St. 

♦Ferris, Leonard W. # '45 

Higgins, Alvin S. E '56 

•Hollister, Wm. U '46 

Mann, Azro L., J/ '60 

520 Capp St. 
Pond, Wm. C, H '48 

940 Capp St. 
Sanderson, S. W., H '46 

1925 Octavia St. 
Sessions, Chas. B. ^ *74 
•Whiting, W. P. C. E '48 
Wright,GustavusB., M '48 
327 Pine St. 

COLORADO. 

Pattison, Albert E., d? '73 

12 King Block. 

Smith. Lyndon S., E '77 

384 Lawrence St 

Oeorgetovan, 
Learned, Edwin J. X '80 

Golden. 
Berthoud, Edw. L. II '49 

CONNECTICUT. 

Perkins, Chas. E., S '53 

49 Woodland St. 

Pratt, Waldo S. '78 

Reynolds, John R. A '65 

Willard, Chas. E. A '64 

218 Main St 

Hockanvm. 
Stoddard, Walt P. A *8o 

JohnsonviUe. 
Johnson, E. Emory. II '62 

iMkeville, 
Evans, Wm. R. A '84 

Litchfield. 
Roberts, Elbert G. A '46 

Lt/tine, 
Burr, Hanford M. JC '85 

Meriden, 
Coe, Andrew J. A '55 



SanJoa. 

•Bradley, W. A.. Jr. G '52 
Porter, Norman. 11*44 

San Mateo. 
Miner, A. Louis. J^'74 

Santa Barbara. 
Van Alstyne, T. B. * '73 

Santa Jtoea. 
Dozier. Peter C. T'6o 

Santiago. 
•Wildy, Harry H. r '70 

^. Helena. 
Ewer, Seneca. S *4J 

Ouray. 
Saunders, Wm. F. T '77 

South Pueblo. 
Wadleigh, F. A, E '81 



Kenney, Clinton, A '83 

117 Crown St 
Wilcox, Asa H.. A '80 
127 S. Colony St 

Middletown, 

•Chandler, Theo. B. A '50 
Derby, Elmer G. A '83 
Raymond, D. W. A '61 

•Smith, Seymour A. ^ '60 
Woods, Chas. D. A '80 

New Ifav(n. 

•Aims, John M. Z '50 

Clark, Lewis B., # '70 

118 Olive St 
Rounds, Chas. E., i7'73 
19 Eld St 

New London. 
Belcher, William. JC '66 
Freemont St 








GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



355 




Norwich, 
Johnson, Frank M. X *'jg 
Johnson, John M. X '83 
Sprague, Seth L., A '46 

28 Broadway. 
Tenny, Allen, JIf '56 

16 E. Main St 

Poqitelannock, 
Mathison, Robt L.. A '60 I 

JPortiand, 

*Hammond, G. H. A '77 

Somerset, Wm. L. A *8i 

Ridffehury. 
♦St John, Thos.*P. Z '48 

Ridgffield, 
•Hyatt, Philip O. A '44 



Biitmarck, 
Stoyell, John A. H '69 

Btaion, 
Curric, Wm. A. N '%o 

Dtaduiood, 
Thomas, Alfred D. A '61 



♦Russell, John H. U '46 

South Manchester. 
♦Gushing, Wm. E. A '67 

Stamford. 

Carter, Galen A., Z '50 
17 Atlantic St 

J^oninfflon, 
Babcock, Giles, Jr. & '60 

Suffield. 
*Henshaw, Chas. R. A '82 

Thonuuion. 
Sanford, Ellas B. A '65 

DAKOTA. 

Fargo. 
Levisee, Aaron B. E '49 

Grand Forks. 
Hendrickson, A. P. K '77 

Maple/on, 
Kinne, Geo. R. ^ '75 

DELA WARE, 



ThompsonvilU. 
Barnum, Fred. S. A '59 

Waterhury. 
Morrill, Henry R. A '66 
Phillips, Elmer E. if '68 

WesfporL 
Wood, Samuel. *57 

Windham. 
Cunningham, A. N. A '63 

Windsor. 

Twitchell, WiUis I. if '77 

Wfne?iester. 

*Holabird, John C. A '49 

Winsied. 
Case, Lyman W. U '49 



Tower City. 
Baldwin, A. M. 

Vermillion. 
•True, Chas. H. 



iV'84 



£''56 



Christiana. 
Smalley, Wm. F. 11 '59 



Seaford. 
♦Chase, Benj. W. A '64 



Washinyton. 
•Anderson, T. D. H '65 
Burchard, Hor. C. # '50 

U. S. Mint 
Doolittle, George, ^ '51 

506 £. Capitol St. 
Earle, Wm. E., T '61 

1328 N. Y. Ave. 
Fairfield, Geo. A. H '48 

U.S. Coast Survey. 
Fickling, Jeremiah, B '72 
216 nth St., S.W. 



OainesvUle. 
Haile, Chiis. E. A '56 

JacksonvilU. 
Durkee, Jos. H. $ '61 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Hart, Amos W. M '63 | ♦Merrill, H. T. F. 



Hodges, Henry L., M '46 

U.S. Treasy. Dept. 
Ingersoll, Edw. C, H '64 

5094thSt,N.W. 
Johnson, Louis. ^^ '57 
Jones, Robt E., S '79 

327 C. St, N. W. 
Lewis, Chas. F., il '64 

U.S. Treasy. Dept. 
McBee, Elias A., 7"76 

339C.St,N.W. 

FLORIDA. 

Pomeroy, J. W., Jr. N '85 

Key West. 
♦Clapp, James C. '44 



M'S7 
e '48 

^'79 



•Miner, Henry E. 

♦Moses, Sam'l D. 

Perry, Howard, 
Dept. of Justice. 

♦Slade, Henry M. M '50 

Story, Myron L., if' 63 
II Grant Place. 

Tilden, Wm. C. if '64 



Marianna. 
♦Dickinson, John Q. M '60 

Oeala. , 
Partridge, H. E. T '71 






356 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



. jimerieuM. 
Smith, Nathan A. M '51 

Athenf, 
Burnett, Wiley B. F '73 
Washburn, Joseph. @ '54 

Atlanta, 

Dubose, R. M. JB '71 

•Eiswald. AdolphH. A '82 

•Eiswald, Arthurs. A *82 

Neel, Chas. M. li '68 

Roberts, Ed wardG., T '63 

49 Peachtree St. 



Aurora, 
Gale, Eli H. M '62 

Nichols, Newell F. A '57 

Bdvidere. 
Tompkins, W. H. XT '51 

Canton, 
IngersoU, F. W. W '73 

Chicago, 
Abbott, Willis J. E '84 

390 N. La Salle St. 
Allen, Jonathan A., if' 45 

1456 Mich. Ave. 
Ambrose, JosiahL., E '80 
216 Park A.ve. 
♦Beaman. RoscoeW. E '68 
Brown, Edw'd C, A '67 

4 Burton Place. 
Burke, John E. # '55 

Caldwell, John M., A '62 

238 Campbell Ave. 
Castle, Alfred H., E '59 

208 Park Ave. 
Chase, Horace 6., JT '82 

20 Bryan Block. 
Cheever, Wm. E., E '53 

103 State St. 
Conrad, John H., E '60 
58 Mich. Ave. 
♦Cooper, Stearns F. ^ '58 
Daniels, Waldo C, ^'53 

177 Clark St. 
Dean Geo. £. E '82 



GEORGIA. 

Augusta, 

•Butler, Oliver N. r'64 
Fitzsimmons, O. P. ^B '68 

Brunnrick, 
•Davenport, T. E. T '63 

CloverdaU. 
WingHcld, Nisbct T '8i 

Dahlonega. 
King, James R. T '79 

ILLINOIS, 

Durham.CWhe'ler, J? '71 

500 N. La Salle St. 
Fuller, MelvilleW., H '53 

3600 Lake Ave. 
Goodwin, D., Jr., ^ '52 

283 Erie St 
Gray, Laurin B., '66 

Douglass House. 
Gunn, Moses, ^ '51 

2101 Calumet Ave. 
Hall, Alfred M., JT '85 

194 Dearborn Ave. 
Hall, George A, JC '82 

194 Dearborn Ave. 
Ingraham, Fred., G '68 

Chicago Stove W'ks. 
Isham, Edward S., & '57 

554 Wabash Ave. 
Isham, Henry P., & '64 

10 Tower Hill. 
Johnson, Oliver, E '77 

42 Eldridge Court. 
Kent, Fred. H. E '67 
Lyon, Richard S., H '65 

7 Park Ave. 
MacCoun,To'nsend, & *66 

317 La Salle Ave. 
MacHarg, Wm. S., E '68 

747 N. Park Ave. 

Maynard, Wm. J., E '65 
435 W.Van Buren St. 

McConnell, Geo., E '74 
8 Burton Place. 




MiUedgtvUU. 
Furman, F. C. B '67 

-Perry. 
Miller, Alex. L. ^ '68 

SptirtA, 
Fralcy, Wm. B. A '53 

Valdotta, 
McRee, Geo. R. II '58 

Wathington^ 
•Duncan, Wylie H. T '64 



McKey, Henry, ^^'69 
184 Dearborn St. 
♦Miles, Erskine H. J '53 
Moore, Wm. H., X '71 

2922 Mich. Ave. 
Page, Chas, L., Q '70 

337 Wabash Ave. 
Piper, Wilbur F. A '61 

Prentice, Sartell. Q '59 

10 Power Place. 
Rountr«e. John M., # '58 

289 Oak St 
Russ, Joseph C, ^ '72 
1605 Prairie Ave. 
♦Scammon, Chas. T. E *6i 
♦Schoff, Homer F. E '46 
SUl, R. Trumble, E '62 
628 W. Lake St 

Small, Edward A. / '83 

Smith, Abner, M '66 

15 Aldine Square. 

Smith, Harold, X '7$ 
180 Wabash Ave. 

Smith, Henry D., if '64 

151 Randolph St 

♦Smith, Joseph E. H '54 

Taf t, Chas. E. W '71 

Tenney, Horace K. 1 '81 

Thompson, J. L., S '56 
1637 Indiana Ave. 
•Throop, Enos T. E '55 
Thwing, Frank J. E '64 






GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



357 




Tread way, Jas. M., # '82 

224 Wash'ton St. 
Turner, VoluntineC.,0 '46 

283 Dearborn Ave. 

Van Grove, Wm., E '78 

Cor. Wabash Ave. 

and Monroe St. 

Washbume, Emory, S '60 

108 Dearborn St. 
Waterman, Richard, Q '62 

23 Wisconsin St. 
White, Alexander, & '70 

224 Wabash Ave. 
White, Horace F., Jlf'69 

223 Ohio St. 
Whitman, F. E., X '85 

436 W. Adams St. 
Withrow,HenryG.. -&'85 
627 Dearborn Ave. 

Dixon, 
Camp, James L. $ '47 

Eoit St. Louis. 
Freels, Jesse M. X '71 

Enffletoood, 
Lyman, Micah J. '52 

Svanitton. 
Morse, Joseph L. A '59 

Freeport, 
Bamum, Henry M. if '58 
Barton, Edw'd P. '51 

Fuiton. 
♦Bradley, Sam'l A. M '58 



JEitanaville. 
♦Shanklin, Jas. M. B '55 
Fort Wayne. 
Meyer, Henry J. E '79 

Jeffertonville, 

Johnson, Jonathan, A '48 

59 W. Chestnut St. 



Bwrlinffton. 

Eaton, Wm. D. E '77 

Henry, George C. E '74 

*Phelps, Frank. XT '54 



Oixlnhtrff. 
Frost, John E. ^ '71 

♦Mathews, Sam'l. II '$6 
Reynolds, Leand.B. II*S7 
Tunnicliff,George. ^ '66 
Tunnicliff,J. James. ^ '63 

Hyde Park. 
Bradley, Alex. S. H '58 
Smith, Japies B. M '61 

Joliet. 
Phelps, Egbert, XT '56 
Cor. Eastern Ave. and 
Osgood St. 

Kewanee. 
♦Burnett, Wm. H. if '65 

Lake Forest. 
Sabin, Albert R. M '63 
Warner, Ezra J. M '61 

Lincoln. 
Trick, Albert H. S '79 

LUchfield, 
Campbell, John G. & '80 

Marengo. 
Patrick, Fred. A. E '80 

Monmouth. 
Dean. Amos H. $ '64 

Norwood Park. 
Rockefeller, DeW.G.P '79 

Ottawa. 
Swift, Edw'd C. E '76 

INDIANA. 

Michigan City. 
♦Towner, Dan'l C. E '51 

New Albany. 
*Howk, Chas. D. '69 



IOWA. 
♦Starr, Peter J. Jf'72 

Cedar FalU. 
Graham, Wm. R. E '67 



Peoria. 

Cohrs, John B. G '54 

Grier, Robt. C. E '54 

Parker, Joseph H . M'tg 

Peru. 
♦Brewster, Asa S. 27 '48 

Quincy. 

Chaffee, Oliver N. J^ '56 

♦Savage, Benj. S. H '48 

Ravenswood. 
Norton, J. H. M. E '82 

Rockford. 
Parker, Rufus M. ^ '53 

Rock Island. 
Guyer, Edw'd H. E '77 

Rock Run. 
Hutchison, J. H. 7 '79 

Roekton. 
♦Famsworth, E. J. E '59 

South Evanston, 
Falley, Geo. N. A '58 

Sycamore. 
Smith, Wm. A. A '54 

Upper Alton. 
Kendrick, Adin A. if '57 
Van Buren. 
♦Mulford, W. R , Jr. ^ '54 

Waukegayt. 
Upham, Edward D. X '84 

Winnetka. 
Gage, Geo. M. X '69 



Peru. 
Walker, Lyman. Jf' 58 

Terrs Haute. 

♦Johnson, James. U'67 

McKean, Henry C. il '67 

Cor. loth and Main Sts. 



Center Junction. 
♦Mather, Chas. P. A '66 

Charles City. 
♦Owens, Josiah E. ^ '70 






358 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




ClifUon, ' 

Hart, Eli S. # '55 

Daven/iOrt. 

♦Allen, Wm. iT'44' 

Deeorah. ' 

Dickerxnan, A. E. A^ *82 , 

Strong, Harry A. JV '82 . 

D«9 Moinen. , 

Eastman, Edwin H., M '76 1 

1 108 Pleasant St. i 

Sherman, Chas. M. E '83 ' 

Iowa CUff. 
Ransom, Chas. T., A '52 , 
812 College St. 



AtMian. 
Horton, Albert H. E '60 

Fort ScoU. 
Hulett, Edw'd M. U '60 



BlandviUe, 
Wilds, John D. F '63 

Boggs, Sam'l D. B '68 

Covington. 
Peck, H. Harper. «P '70 

FleminQBhurg. 
Wightman,Pe'rsonB.r '75 

Frankfort, 
Major, Patrick U. iT'42 



Alezandria, 
•George, John R. II '61 

Buford, Geo. G. T '74 

Baton Rouge. 
Patrick, Thomas C. ^ '54 

Payne, Augustus B. $ '54 
Smith, Homer H. & '49 



irfoittO;. 
•Rice, James L. 

Lincoln. 
White, Edmund E. 

Manehetter. 
Congar, Arthur H. 

Marion. 
Hollis, Chas. M. 

McGregor. 
Hatch, Arthur. 

Nevada. 
Irwin, Lycurgus H. 



0*54 
# '67 



Onaaoa. 
Tillson, Stephen. E '49 



Red Oak. 

Killits, John M. ^ 'So 
E '80 Landon, Henry L. & '80 



if'6o 



Bucknam.Edw. H., A '65 
' Pouglass SL 

i '82 ; »Rcynolds, Orrin H. U '55 

Tredway,OgilvieC., II '53 

i? *57 Cor. Douglass and 7th Sts. 



KANSAS. 

lAncoln Qenter. 
Bradbury, Henry C. X '66 

O*wego, 
Baker, AUen C. M '51 

KENTUCKY. 

Henderson. 

Soaper, Wm. iT'62 

•Towles, John J. 77 '48 

LexingioH. 

Craig, Rich'd D. F '68 
Shaw, Theo. M. F '68 
Tarlton, Llewellyn 

P., Jr. F '68 

Louisville, 
Caldwell, Peter. M '63 

LOUISIANA. 

Houma. 
Suthon, Walter J. T '81 

Landry Parish. 
•CampbeU, jas. G. 2 '59 

A^<?w Orleans. 
Beers, Jonathan S., '53 
Cor. Camp and Marengo 

Sts. 
Breaux, Gustave A., A '47 

5 Carondelet St. 



Topeka. 
Dennis, Ham'ton J. S '58 



OwenihoTO*. 
Mclntire, Malcolm. H '57 

Paducah, 
Bradshaw, Wm. F. F '73 

•Hibler, JosephM. G '60 
Weeks, Geo. A. M '58 

i?/cAmon«2. 
Walker, Junius B. E '72 

Silver Creek. 
Bumam,Thompson. E '73 



Campbell. Wm. S., 2 '58 
856 St. Charles SL 

•Cousin, Armand. Z '52 

Farrar, Edgar H.. '68 
536 Royal St 

Harris, Wm. H., F '58 
Cor. Constantinople and 
Perrier Sts. 

Howe, Wm. W., # '53 
Lock Box 1000. - 






GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



359 




Kenner, Philip M. A '54 

Kerr, W. J., T '62 

31 Commercl St. 

McFarland, F. P. T '73 

Melville. David. V '63 

Oatis, Edward P., T '85 
1037 Magazine St. 



♦Fesscnden, T.A.D. H '45 

AuguMa, 
♦BradburyJ.W.Jr. J5r'6i 
♦Bradbury, T. W. S. H '62 
♦Ingraham, Dan. C. IT '50 
North, Jas. N., Jr. iT '60 
Vose, Gardner C. /^ '55 
*Vose, Horace. J7 '61 

Bangor. 
Bright, Geo. A., H '58 

52 3d St. 
Denio, Francis B. M*^l 
Flagg, Edmund W. H '44 
McLeod, Fred. T. Jf '85 
Rawson, Jas. F., i7 '44 

Union St. 
Roberts, Chas.W., H '51 

88 State St. 
Robinson, John F. H '65 
16 Boynton St. 

Bath. 

•Haley, Wm. D. R '60 

Hyde, Thos. W. H '61 

♦Owen, Moses. H *6i 

Richardson, G. L. H '49 

•Rogers, John H. H '47 

Sewall, Fred. D. H '46 

♦Smith, Thos. R. J? '50 

Belfas*. 

•Johnson, Alfred W. H '45 

♦Marshall, Thos. H. // '48 

Marshall, Wm. C. B '47 

Williamson, Jos. H '49 

Biddeford. 
Chase, Edward. -^59 



Ogden, Robt N., 2 '57 

702 St. Charles St. 

•Robinson, George. H '56 

♦Steele, Thomas. 11 '53 

♦Tinkham. John F. E '55 

Trist, Nicholas P. -K" '64 

BapUeB Pariah. 
Texada, Jos. W. jd '52 



MAINE. 

Bruwtwiek. 

•Kimball, Geo. S. M '53 
Mitchell. Alfred. ff '59 
Sanger, J. P. £ '62 

•Whitmore, Geo. S. H '56 

Calait. 
Downes, Lemuel G. H *6o 
Granger, Geo. F. H '58 
•Green, Thos. H. H '62 

Camden. 
•Estabrook, Fred.R. H '64 

Dcering. 

•Jordan, Henry I. H '63 

Morrill. Chas. E. // *6o 

•Smith, Francis B. H '59 

Dover. 
Thompson, E. A. iST '51 

Farmington. 
Goodenough,N.C. H 'e,2 

Fort Fairfield. 
Fessenden, Nich. H '68 

FoxcrofL 
•Holmes, Freeland S. H '50 

Friendship. 
Sawyer, David H. -4 *62 

Gardiner. 
•Whitmore, N. McC. H '54 

Kennebunk. 

Lord, Robt. W. H '49 

Nason, Joseph T. H '47 

•Titcomb, Wm, H '47 



Trenton. 
Hart, Gilbreath N. T '81 
Millsaps, Thos. F. F '82 
MiUsaps, Wm. F. F '80 



Tuniea. 
♦Erwin, Wm. J. 



A '53 



Leieitton, 
Cornish ,AdelbertD. H '69 
Fellows, Albert O. ^"64 

Moumouih. 
Blake, Henry M. A '6« 

NewectKile. 
Lennox, Edwin S. H '54 

Newport. 
Wharff, I. H. W. A '77 

Portland. 
Anderson, Sam'l J., H '44 

94 Free St. 
Anderson, Wm. H., H '57 

154 High St. 

♦Barrett, Chas. W. H '47 

•Caldwell, Asbury. A '64 

Fessenden, Francis, H '58 

73 Deering St. 

•Fessenden, Jas. D., H '52 

106 State St. 

•Fessenden, Samuel. H '61 

Goddard, Chas. W., H '44 

55 Free St. 

♦Merrill, James. H '43 

•Miller, Jas. F. H '56 

•Noyes, Geo. F. H '44 

Putnam, Wm. LeB., iT '55 

166 State St. 

Reed, Thos. B., i? '60 

817 Congress St. 

•vShaw, Chas. E. H '55 

•Shepley,LeonardD. H '46 

Smith, Osgood, X '83 

T05 State St. 
Swasey, Henry W., H '65 
327 Spring St. 
•WilUs, Henry. H '51 






360 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




jRichmond, 

♦Alexander, J. M. H '54 

♦Randall, Albion Q. ff '52 

Theobald, Geo. H. H 52 

Rockland, 

Hitchcock. F. E., H '68 
241 Main St. 

Huston, Fred. N., H '62 
265 Maine St. 

Rice, Albert S. H '56 

Soveth BerwicJe, 
Wakefield, Geo. H. H '49 



Baltimore, 

Alexander, Gid., X '72 

Cor. Bait, and Chas. Sts. 

Bloomfield, Morris, T '78 

132 Madison St. 

♦Clayton, Jas. W. A *SS 

Core, John, Jr., X *^i 

69 N. Gilmore St. 
Findlay, J. V. L., J '58 

SL jfames' Hotel. 
Hanan, John S. ^ '54 



Adams. 
Holmes, Harry B. Q '85 

Amherst, 
Steams, Winfrid A. X '76 

Andover. 
Gleason, Benj. G. © '66 

BaldvfinvUle. 
Small, Herbert M. X '66 

Belmont. 
Ware, Geo. W., Jr. M '59 

Boiton. 
Adams, Isaac, Jr. H '58 
Albree, John, Jr., X '82 

122 Concord St. 
♦Amory, Copley. (^ *6i 
Avery, Abraham, A '48 
44 Union Park. 



South IMchfidd, 
♦Bartlett, Geo. W. H '54 

StandUh, 
Swasey, Chas. F. H '66 

Thomaston, 
Robinson, John O. H '54 

Turner, 
♦Reynolds, Chas. H. H '57 

Waldoboro*, 
♦Kennedy, A'gustin. H '65 

Westhroolc, 
Ray, Fabius M. U '61 

MARYLAND. 

Leftwich, Jas. T. A '56 
Markoe, Francis, K '60 

224 N. Calvert St. 
Mitchell. H. E., * '65 

319 Cary St. 
Mount. Christ'n K., T '85 

65 McCulloh St. 

Norman, Wm. B. A '54 

Orem. John C. ^ '55 

♦Smart. Daniel S. X '67 

♦Swan, Thomas. A '54 

MASSA CHUSETTS, 

Barnard, Chas. A., A '63 
i^Bowdoin St. 

♦Beecher, Lyman. B '57 

Coombs, John C, H *6<) 
72 Zergler St. 
♦Crocker, Sam*l R. H '55 
Edwards, David J., M'72 

176 Atlantic Ave. 

Gray, Thomas J., X '73 

196 Boylston St. 

♦Hale, Francis P., -^ '45 

41 Laurel St. 

Haven, Henry C, -iT '73 

19 Exeter St. 
Hibbard, Chas. E., X '67 

28 School St. 
Hodgman. S. L. H '50 
Hollingsworth, M., X '76 
36 Chester Park. 



Whiiefield. 
Turner, Henry K. ff '54 

Windhcan. 
♦Eveleth, Samuel A. B '47 

Winihrop. 
♦Southworth, Perez. H '46 

Wiscasset. 

Smith, Benj. F H '63 

♦Smith, S. E., Jr. R '54 

Weeks, Charles. H '65 

Wood/ords. 
Smith, Manasseh. ff '62 



Wright. Riley E., 1^65 
63 W. Fayette St 

Frederick, 
Tyler, Robt. B.. A '53 
E. 3d St. 

A^«M London. 
Kimmell, Anth'y Z. A '57 

Nottingham. 
Bowie, Thos. F. H '55 



Huston, Wm. A., ff '66 

26 Stamford St 
Jackson, Geo., H'AS 

y 32 Hawley St 

Johnson, Fred. W., X '75 
> 148 Chandler St 

Jordan, Horace M., B. '58 

31 State St. 
Knight, Wm.H. J/ '59 
♦Libbey. Elias O. E '51 
Manchester, G O., $ '57 

95 Milk St 
Perry, Herbert L.. A '65 

3 Park Square. 
Roberts, Chas. P., H '45 

8 Ashburton PI. 
Sampson,Edw'd K.,J5r '57 
22 Bowdoin St. 
♦Seavey, Wm, H. H '45 






Geographical distribution. 



361 




Steams. Frank W., -T '78 

Hotel Vendome. 
Steams, Wm. F., X '82 

Hotel Vendome. 
Swift, John B., X '73 

78 Charles St. 
Tyng, Step'n H., E '71 

5 Court St. 
Webb, Edwin B.. H '46 
638 Tremont St. 

Brookline, 
Scudder, Henry B. G '65 

Campelio, 
Rollins, Andw. M. A '81 

Dalton. 
Hayes, Marshall C. & '84 

Danven, 
♦Gray, Harrison. Jff '54 

JSatt Bridffewater. 
Allen, Bradford. X '78 

JEast Taunton. 
Wolcott, Wm. H. if' 64 

Fall River, 
Borden, Jeff., Jr. A '67 
Lewis, Geo. F. E '85 

Shaw, Fred. M. A '84 
Thompson, Rich. J. A '80 

FUchbwrg, 
Scott, G. R. W. M '64 

Fozboro\ 
Horton, W. Edgar. X '67 

Framingham. 
Eastman, Henry E. ir'48 

Oreat BarrvngUm, 
*Ives, Ralph O. & *6i 

Oremfield. 

♦Chapman, H. T. S '49 

Sanderson, H. K. X *t\ 

•Wells, Geo. D. e '46 

Qroton. 
Young, Joshua. H '45 

Haverhill. 
Merrill, Henry N., H '54 
I Lincoln Ave. 



Hollislon. 
Stetson, Dan*l K. A '60 

Holyoke. 
Abbe, Jas. T. X '70 

Hubbard, Josiah C. B '77 

Lavjrence. 
Hooker, Edw'd P., J/ '55 

I Bedford St. 
White, Nat. G.. ^'45 
34 Lawrence St. 

Leicester. 
Murdock, John N. '46 

Lenox, 
•Bennett, Chas. F. 11 '46 

Lowell. 
Allen, Chas. H., X '69 

411 Middlesex St. 
Cobum, Frank F. X '70 
Green, Wm. S. X '82 

Murkland, C. S. M '81 

Lynn, 
Sargeant, Geo. D., A '62 

114 Broad St. 
Wright, Alfred A., A '63 
14 South St. 

Nantasket. 
•Gould, Thos. L. A '50 

Nevton, 
Gould. John B. A '46 
Remele, Geo. H. if' 72 

North AdtjtM. 
Lawrence, G. P. X '80 

Northampion, 
Hussey, Frank. B. JT '82 
Stoddard, John T. X '74 

North Andover. 
Davis, Edmund T. & *82 

Piitffield. 
Briggs, Henry S. & '44 
Clark, Henry S. 6) '78 
Hawkins,WalterF. '84 
Leavitt, Joseph. II '46 
Peireon, Joseph E. 6) '83 
♦Root, Geo. G. B. & '49 

Qiiiney. 
Metcalf , Robt. B. A '70 



Roxhiiry. 
Howe, Edward W., 3^69 
3 Dale Ave. 
*Mann, Benj. H. U '64 
•Sparrell. Fred. W. A '65 
Williams, Edw. T., '65 
2298 Wash. St. 

Salem. 
Culliton, James E., B '82 

145 Federal St. 
Fessenden, Jos. P., -ff *5i 
128 Wash. St. 

Scituate. 
Snow, Stephen A. A '64 

Somcrville, 
Durrell, Geo. W. H '45 
Saben, Edward E. X '83 

South Hadley, 
*Smith, Henry W. S '48 

Spencer. 
Walker. John B. X '83 

Springfield. 
Anable, C. W., il '46 

34 Mattoon St. 
Dorr, Henry R., M *8o 

98 Orleans St. 
Eustis. Chas. W. X '83 
Gay, Wm. W. M '76 

Hoyt, John W. A '58 
Prynne, Chas. M., if '77 

q8 Orleans St. 
Seymour, Steph. E., '55 
431 Main St. 

WaHham, 
Bond, Chas. P. X '77 

Stone, Fred. M. A '45 

Wexfjield. 
•Davis, Sam'l H. '47 

West Springfield. 
Bagg, John S. X '72 

WiUiamttawn. 
Adriance, Isaac. '84 
Adriance, John S. '82 

Worcester. 
Bowker, Chas. H , A '70 
2 Harvard Place. 
•Parmenter, Hor.W. A '59 




M 




362 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



Adrian, 
♦Winans, Chas. E. £ '53 

Ann Arbor. 

Douglas, Wm. W. E '70 
•Goodrich. Hen y D. JS '46 

Goodrich, M. H. £ '45 
♦Trowbridge, C. F. £ *6o 

Battle Creek, 
Chaddock, C. G. £ '83 
Hinman, Edii/d C. £ '74 

Bay City. 

Ambrose, Geo. F. jF '74 

Clements, Hen'y C. £ '79 

Clements, Wm. L. £ '82 

Fenton, Henry. £ '61 

ScoBeld, Winsor. ^ '62 

Wells, Chas. R. £ '73 

Chd»ea, 
Davison, Samuel. £ '62 

Detroit, 
♦Brown, Alden S. ^ '56 
♦Davenport, Louis. £ '52 
Davison, Darius J., £ '54 

Mich. Exchange. 
Dickinson, Don M., £ '67 

161 JeflF. Ave. 
Douglas, Sam'l T., £ '73 

80 Griswold St. 
Duffield, Henry M., G *6i 

707 Jeff. Ave. 
Edwards, Wm S., 11 '56 

94 Griswold St. 
Finney, JaredW., A *6s 

41 Edmund St. 
Gott, Edward A. £ '76 
Hannan, Wm. W. £ *So 
Harding, Henry W., '73 

226 2d St. 
Harris, Rosw'l, Jr., M '60 

71 Wash. Ave. 
Hart, Joseph C, £ '64 

117 Henry St. 

Henry, D. Farrand. £ *6i 

♦Hibbard, Chas. C. £'74 

Hinchman,F. DeC, £ '69 

115 1st St. West. 



MICHIGAN. 

Ladue, Wm. N.. £ '60 

192 McDougall Ave. 
Lyster, Henry F., £ '58 
397 Jeff. Ave. 
♦McReynolds, G. S. £ '59 
Noble, Chas. W., £ '46 

66 Edmund St. 
Palmer, Thos. W. £ '49 
Parker. H. St. C, £ *74 

84 Lafayette Ave. 
Pitcher, Nathaniel, £ '54 

114 2d St. 
Robinson, Fred. A., jF *82 j 

425 Cass Ave. 
Schanz, Alfred, £ '83 

78 Winder St. 
Slocum, Elliott T., il '62 

149 Fort St., West. 
Speed, J. J. £ '58 

♦Stephens, Wm. J. 11 '60 
Swift, Edward Y., M '50 

184 Lafayette Ave. 

Van Buren, Pliny H. £ '67 

Wells, Wm. H., £ '74 

92 Cass St. 

♦Whiting, De G.J. 77*52 

Wilbur, ClarenceE., £ '64 

264 Jeff. Ave. 
Winder, Julian E., E '59 
98 Alfred St. 
♦Witherell, Chas. I. £ '65 
♦Witherell, Jas, B. £ '48 

£a8t Saginaw. 

Choate, Wayne. £ '77 

Cook, Jas. R. £ '54 

Draper, Chas. S. £ '63 

Eddy, Arthur D. £ '83 

Holland, Geo. N. £ '82 

Whittier, Jos. B. £ '72 

£8eanaha. 

Anthony, Frank D. JV*84 

Fort Wayne, 
Taylor, Morse *K. £ '52 

Orand Rapid$. 
Bulkley. Wm. F., B '67 

118 Jeff. Ave. 
Fox, Charles. £ '75 



Fox, E. Crofton. £ '75 
Moore, John E. }P '71 
Nellis. Bamh'dtB., 27'48 

328 N. Division St. 
Norris, Lyman D. £ '45 
Putnam,Lemuel D., 27*45 

20 Sheldon St 
Smith, Eben, Jr. # '50 

Hancock, 
♦Perry. Wm. W. E '46 

Haatingn. 
Frost, Rich'd H. iSf '51 
Holbrook,Frank H. ^ '72 

Holland. 
Scott, Chas. B. P '81 

HoaeU, 
Wheeler, John A. £ '51 

Jaekion, 
Bamum, Boliver. E '54 
Gibson, Douglas. £ '49 

Kalanuuoo, 

Brown, Gibson P. £ '53 

♦Thompson, C. A. £ 'do 

LanMing, 
Bartholomew, H.D. E *SA 
Bartholomew, J. H. £ '52 
Dart, RoUin C. £ '57 

Lodi, 
Bassett,HarrisonW. E '54 

Marquette, 
Maynard, Matt. H. M '52 

Monroe, 
Noble, John S. # '73 
♦Wing, Anderson. £ '65 

Muekegon. 

Hills, Chas. H. £ ^85 

Montgomery, A. S. £ '68 

Whitney, Geo. B. £ '82 

NUee, 

Bacon, David. £ '50 

Gillette, Geo. M. E '80 

Gillette. Lewis S. N '76 






GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



363 




OW0890, 

Lyon, Gilbert R. £ '57 
Turner, Jerome W. JE *S7 

PonUae. 
Norton, John D. * '67 
Treadway, H. H. E '81 



Albert Lea, 
Pickett, MUton. N '82 

Anoka. 
*Starritt, Simon P. N '75 

Champlin, 
Trussell,Sumner L. .V '83 
Trussell,Thos. E. N '85 

Crooktion. 
Reynolds, Fred. N '82 

FairhauU, 
Nichols, Clar'ce N. A' '83 

Hastings, 

Chamberlain, L. T. N '84 
Claflin, Frank N. N '85 
Reed, Albert I. N '83 

Lake City. 
Greer, Allen J. ' N '79 

La Sueur. 
Smith, Louis O. N '83 

Mankafo. 
Brown, Chas. I. JV '76 
Roblee, Melvin. A '63 

3finneapolu. 
Adams, Elmer E. ^ '84 
Bassett, Wm. L., N '76 

25 Eastman Ave. 
Bushnell, Chas. S., N '78 

904 Western Ave. 
Byrnes, Timot'y E.. li '79 

27 Nicollet Island. 
Chatfield, Ed'nC, W"74 

31 Wash Ave. South. 
Cheney, William, & '54 

212 Nicolet Ave. 
Chowcn, Herb't O., N '81 

Cor. 5th St. and ist 
S. Ave. 



SauU Dt 8aini Marie. 
Seymour, H. W. $ *SS 

Troy. 
Gibbs, Galucia C. E '55 

MINNESOTA, 

Cray, Willard R., M'^t 

48 S. 1 2th St. 
Davenport, Ed. J. M '71 
Gage, Addison, Jr., N '79 

285 S. 8th St. 
Gaylord, Edson S. N '83 
Gibson, Theodore. iV '85 
Goodnow, John F. N '79 
Grimes, Geo. S. AT '81 
Hall, Alberton H. aV '83 
Jamison, Robt , JV '81 

27 Eastman Ave. 
Jones, David P. N '83 
Jones, Edn. S . Jr. X '78 
Kitchel, Stanley R. S '76 
Lawrence, Jas. W. ^ '68 
Leonard, Wm. E., N '76 

427 2d Ave. S. 
Lindley, Thos. C. N '80 
Mahoney, Stepn. A' '77 
McKean, Frank S., -iV '79 

421 N. E. 2d St. 
Miller, Edw'd C. E '85 
Partridge, Geo H., N *yg 

loio 1st Ave. N. 
Peet, Edw'd H. X '77 
Perkins, John W., A' '77 

420 University Ave. 
Pettit, Louis W. N '84 
Rand, Rufus R., A^*78 

7th St. Cor. 6th Ave. 
Smith, Albee. 3/ '68 

Snyder, Fred. B , A^ '81 

410 S. loth St 
Wilcox. Francis B. N '84 
Wright, Vernon A. N '84 
Young, Howell W., AT '78 

1 107 Univ. Ave. 

Northfield. 
Ricker, Geo. E. N '74 



WyandoUe. 

Christian, E. A. E '79 
Christian, E. P. E '47 



Bed Wing. 
♦Phelps. Wm. W. E '46 
Pratt, Tracy W. N '83 
Webster, Chas. M. N '82 

Roeheater. 
Bradshaw, J. W. M '69 
Rickert, Chas. H. N '77 
Wellman, Will'rdL AT '80 

Spring Valley. 
Farmer, Geo. R. N '81 

St. Charlei. 

{ohnson, Ever't C. JV '80 
ohnson, Rich'd H. Ji '82 

St. Cloud. 
Hayward, W. H. JV '82 
Taylor, M. De V. N '78 

St. James. 
Weston,Grenv'le N. & *8i 

St Paul. 
Becker, Edwin C, 77 '51 

197 E. 8th St. 
Clark. Kenneth. il '69 

400 E. 9th St. 
Davis. Park. Jf' 62 

Dickerman. W. H. AT '82 
Dorr, Russell R. iT'70 
DuShane, J. Dick E '78 
Gillespie, J. L. E '71 

Hendrickson.E. A., AT '76 
Cor. Stielling and 
Como Aves. 
Hendrickson, G. L. A" '71 
Hillman, Wm. O., A '84 
Cor. Dale and Lincoln 
Sts. 



Nicols, Henry. 
Partridge, H, E. 



A '82 
AT '81 




^^ 




364 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, 




Quinn, James A., y '77 
329 Jackson St. 

*Van Etten, Isaac. 77 '49 

Ward, Clarence T., N '78 
462 Dayton Ave. 



Aberdeen. 

Gladney, Jas. B. T '61 

♦Holliday, Thos. C. 2 '60 

*Sykes. Lawson W. 2 '62 

A rtesia. 
Smith, B. LaFa'ette.r '62 j 

Beauregard. I 

Bridewell, Lem'l O. il '51 I 

Bigbee Valley. 
Dunlap,' Jas. M. T '71 I 

Black Bayou. 
♦Jones, Richd. H. F '72 

Bouhuf. 
♦Bullock, W. F. r '82 

Byhalia. 
Conner, Champ C. F '63 

Caniiin. 

♦Averitt, Jas. L. 2 '56 

•Crane, Greene B. F '63 

Smith, R. C. F '6r 

Thompson, Lew. T.2 '56 

Can'ollfon. 
Neill, Henry H. F '70 

Centreville. 
Ratcliffe, Edgar H. F '85 



Charleitton. 
Patterson, Alex. 

Columbia. 
Ford, Thos. S. 



r'8o 
J»/'66 
^ '58 




Columbus. 
Hunt, Wm. B. 

Como. 
McGehee, John S. F '82 ' 
McGehee, VVm. E. F '80 ' 



St. Vincent. I Wimubago Agency. 

Smith, Harvey P. N '80 | Brewer, Dan. D. A '57 

Butts, Chas. M. N '78 IHiiona: 

Waseca. ' Burchard. H. M. * '47 

CoUister, M. De L. M '65 , •Waterman, C. N. * '47 



MISSISSIPPI. 

Corinth. 
Hutton, Milton C. F '69 

Crawford. 
Hairston, G. W. F '82 

De Soto Front. 
Lamb, Robt. T. F '77 

Duck Hill. 
Baker, Clifton. T *8i 

Durant. 
Red, Wm. C. F '80 

£br/v Grove. 
•Franklin, Jesse D. 2 '63 

i»^i*tfr« Point. 
Winston. George. F '68 
Wynn, Jas. H. F '73 

Garner. 
Eggleston, Jos. E. F '83 
Eggleston, J. Slack. F '85 
Eggleston, Wm.C. F '83 

Georgetown, 
Bridges, Rich'd C. T '63 
Ragland, Evan L. F '82 

GreenviUe, 
Pace, Alfred D. F '75 

Baker, W. Rusht'n. F '80 
Barbour, Sam'l S. F '83 
Bledsoe, Oscar F. F '60 
Crowder, John R. F '71 
Horton, Robertson. F '70 
Jones, R. W., Jr. F '80 
*Stevenson, John T. F '69 
•Talbert, Jerry T. F '61 
Talbert, John D. F '59 
Wilbourn, Ernest J. F '74 



JEfardfy. 
Barksdale, J. H. 
Martin, W. F. 
Talbert, Jos. T. 

Harrison. 
KuykendaIl,Jacob. 
Rutiedge, Wm. D. 

Hernando, 
Boone, Wm. B. 
Buford, Wm. C. 
Jones. Oliver J. 
Oliver, Elbert. 
Owens, Clarence D. 
Smith, Eben W. 
Wilkinson, R. 

Holly Springs, 

Curlee, Wm. 

Daniel, Jos. C. 
•Falconer, Howard. 
*Fant, Arthur. 

Fant, Jas, T. 

Horn Lake, 
Bedford, B. W..Jr. 
Foster, John U. 

Houston, 
•Martin, Wm. O. 

Jackson. 
•Maclin, Robt. B. 
Watkins, Feam. 
Watkins. Selden. 

Johnsnnville. 
McKenzie, C. S. 

Jonestown. 
Collins, Moses B. 

Kosciwtko. 
CJilliland, John W. 
Gilliland, Jones A. 
Johnson, Wiley G 



r'84 
r'82 

r'85 

r'8a 
F'So 

r'74 
r'73 
F '78 
r'63 

r'77 

r'75 
r'83 

F '61 

r '70 

F '71 

r '58 

F'S2 
F '82 



F '62 

J? '59 
F'63 

$ '50 

r '71 
r'76 





GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



365 




Bcall, Dan. W. F '82 

•Buck, DeWitt C. F *6i 

♦Buck, Edwin H. T '61 

Clowes, Bcnj. F. P '82 

Dyer. Wm. L. T *8o 

Jenkins, Robt. B. T *8o 

Pahlen. John H. T '83 

♦Love, Thomas B. T '73 

Macon. 

Footc, Thos. r '70 . 

Ross, Thos. J. r *7o 

Smith, Isaac T. F '73 

Natchez, 

Carson, T. J. O '70 

♦Green, Geo. H. # '47 

Stanton, Thos. H. J '55 

Oxford, 

Baker, Andrew J. F '64 

•Brown, Wm. N. A '45 
Buford, Law nceN. F '81 

•Evans, John C. F '62 

Fulton, Robt. B. F '69 

Gillespie, Geo. Y. F '79 

Graham, Wm. S. F '83 
Neilson, Francis A. F '82 

Peques, S. W. E. F '69 

Panola Co, 

♦Spencer, S. G. F '68 



Brookfidd, 
Campbell, Hugh C. M '62 

Cryrtal City, 
Tompkins, D. A. B '69 

Kanstu City, 

Goodpaster, W. F. B '81 

•James, David E. H '49 

Meyer, Theo. F. jE '78 

Mister, Jas. F. F '60 

Whittier, Chas. A. E '72 

Lexington, 

Laneau, John F.. F '68 
no South St 



l*ontotoc. 
Gresham, Robt. H. F '73 

Fort Gibson, 
Englesing,F.C.,Jr. r'77 
Jones, Archelaus K. F '63 
•Jones, Merri- 

weather L. F '63 

Raleigh. 
•Ellis. Alfred G. F '68 

Raymond, 
Williamson. C. M. F '75 

Rienzi, 
Gibson, Wm I. F '70 

Ripfey, 
Strickland, W. L. F '60 

Sardii, 
Carlton, Jas. S. F '75 

Senatobia. 

Bowdre, B. T., Jr. F '78 

Hurd, John W. F '80 

Powell, W. A. r '83 

Tate, Simpson. F '74 

Shuhuia. 
Falconer, Gerard. /' '83 

Summit. 
Bridges, Hugh Q. F '62 
Stockdale, Thos.R. F '59 

MISSOURI. 

Miami. 
Woodruflf, M. S. E '67 

Pleasant Hill. 
McArthur, Chas. S. H '63 

St. JoMph. 
Boyd. Jas. W.. T '71 

903 Robidoux St. 
Richmond, J. McR., 2 '58 

408 St. Francis St. 

St. Tjoui*. 
Babcock, Linn B., W '72 

406 N. 3d St. 
Callahan.HeniyW., $ '78 
526 N. Main St. 



Taeopola. 
Bryant,NeedhamH.r '82 

Talltda. 
♦Moore, Thos. A. F '61 

Torrauce. 
Jones, Selwyn M. F '74 
Wilboum, E. C. F '74 

Viekthurg. 
•Buckingham, F. 27*52 
Hicks, Benj. J. F '70 
McRea. Fulton M. F '73 

Walnut Landinq. 
•Lake, Geo. P., Jr. ' F '71 

WaUr Valley. 
Gant, Harris A. F '71 

Waverly. 
Young, Wm. L. F '58 

Went Point. 
Crump, John T. F '70 
Hendon, Jas. A. F '69 

Whitefield. 
Thomas, Dan'l H. F '85 

Vazoo City, 
Barkhau, Louis A. r* '84 
•Barksdale, F., Jr. F '62 



Castlehun, F. K., E '52 

705 Lafayette St, 
Furber, Pierce P. N '76 
Homer, Wm. B., JT '71 
3204 Chestnut St. 

•Jones, Asa S. M '49 

Quintus, John C, E '79 

2828 Wash. Ave. 
Thayer, Amos M., $ '62 

2836 Locust St. 
Von Shrader,Fred., E '72 

15 13 Garrison Ave. 
Wasson, Minot S., O '50 

3505 Lindell Ave. 
Wicting Jacob H., il '64 
Cor. 5th and Olive Sts. 






366 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




MONTANA, 



Selena. 
Meyendorff, M. A. E '70 

MiUi CUy. 
Ross, Wm. H. il '71 



Oka. 
Carville, Geo. G. N '79 

Jiadertlntrsf, 
Mason, David. / '79 



DeloU. 
Wells, Walter S. 27 '78 

Jjineolfi. 
Harris, Chas. C. if '62 



Brookline. 
Sargent, F. D. S. X '66 

Conway. 
Evans, Simeon A. H '60 

Fannington. 
Darling, Walter E. H '57 

Franctetown. 
Root, Clarence B. ^ '76 



Bedmintter. 
Dumont, Wm. A. F '80 

Bf/und Brook. 
Matthews, K. B. F '85 

Cape May C. H. 
Bennett, Fred. W. P '82 

CheUir. 
Skellenger, D. W. P '82 

ClinUm. 
Grandin, John F. 77 '50 

Clo^ter. 
Turner, Herbert B. X '74 



NEBRASKA. 

I^Tebraxka City. 
Morton, J. Stirling. E '54 

Omaha. 
Caldwell, Smith S. i7'57 
♦Camming. Thos. B. E '45 

NEVADA. 

Eureka. 
Lansing, Chris. J., O '53 
30 Paul St. 

NEW ff AMPS JURE, 

Great FalU. 

♦Burleigh, Oliver B. .-ff '65 

Lyme. 

Steams, Jesse. M*%^ 

♦Tenny, Edwin H. 77 '57 

Nashua. 
Tilden, Chas. B. X '67 

FiUnfield. 
♦Greene, John W. H '60 

NEW JERSEY. 

Deekertown. 
*Whitaker, Jacob. 77 '51 

ElizcLbeih. 
De Hart, Wm. C. '61 
Kempshall,Ev'rard, (9 '51 

227 S. Broad St 

Sibley, Geo. E., S '55 

470 Monroe Ave. 

Eaet Orange. 
Stevenson, Robt. S. X '80 

Enqlewood. 
Wheeler, Thos. M. S '54 

Jersey City. 
Gillespie, John H, F '82 



Richardson, Lyman. S '54 
Woolworth, C. P. * '77 
Woolworth, Jas. M. # '49 

St. Paul. 
Johnson, Fred. G '75 



Forttmouth. 
Frink, John S. H. ^'51 




StUiivan. 
Nims. Geo. L. M '65 




Walpole. 
Tufts, James. Jii '55 




• 

Gordon, Leonard J. K '63 
♦Gregory, Walter. Z '56 
*Henderson,A.McJ. Z '55 
♦Throckmorton,B.W.Jr*63 

Traphagen, Hen'y, A '63 

307 Varick St. 

*Zabriskie, Abram. J '59 




AUddlebMh. 
Le Fevre, Egbert. F '80 




Mine HiU. 
Jenkins, Geo. E. F '83 


■ 


MofUelaiT. 
Pearson, James B. -4 '51 
Stocking, Chas. H. A '58 








GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



367 




Morritioufn. 
Noble, John H. X '84 

Newark. 
Faitoute, Fred. B., '85 
Cor. Chester and Lin- 
coln Aves. 
Hodgman, C. C, JT '72 
33 Clinton Ave. 
•McKown, J. La G. A '49 
Tompkins, D. F., A '49 

163 Wash. Ave. 
Ward, Herbert D., A' '84 

Abington Ave. 
Whiton, Jas. B., & '84 
22 Centre St. 

JV'ew Brurutoick, 
Atkinson, Asher. F '85 



Bell, Geo. B. 7* '83 

Florance, W.Edwin. P '85 
Gowen, I. William. F '79 
Hover. Joseph. F '82 
Vermeule, A., Jr. P '85 
Wilbur, Francis A. P '79 

Orange, 

Bryan, John C, # '84 

Frankford St 
Jayne, Sam'l F., A '56 
Cor. Centre and Hurl- 
but Sts. 
Merwin, Andrew, -4 '55 
Hurlbut St. 

Faesaic, 
Bissell, Rush W. ^ '69 

NJSW MEXICO, 



Fatertton, 
*Holsman, Daniel. Z '54 

Feapactc, 
Scarlet, Geo. W. F '80 

Rahioay, 
Zabriskie, J. L. Z '56 

Raritan. 
Haynes, Wm. L. P '85 

Red Bank. 
Grant, T. Henry. P *8i 

Ringoet, 
Scarlet, John. F '79 

BonUh Orange. 
Stewart, Edwin. Q *62 



Chnmaron. 
Ludlum, Henry V. M '74 

Lae Vegan. 
Sager, Alfred JB. E '71 



Santa Fe. 
Marsh, Chas. H. X '74 

WaUace. 
McChesney, Jos. ^ *8o 



AdatM. 
•Stevens, Chas. A. II '45 

AdamB BoMin. 
Arnold, Wm. B. U'so 

Adduon. 
Gillet, Chas. W. U '61 

Albany. 
♦Adams, Fred. C. iT'43 
♦Barnard, F. J., Jr. S '50 
♦Bartlett, D wight K. iT '54 
♦Bay, Richard S. S '47 
Cook, Tames C, II^S3 

Union Natl. Bank. 

Delavan, John S., 17*62 

182 State St. 

♦Douw, V.l>.,Jr. e '63 

♦Farrell, Jacob H. II '43 

Hand, Samuel, U '51 

220 State St. 
Hawley, Tames M., '57 
149 Chestnut St. 



NEW YORK. 

King,Dwight, 2T'55' 

108 Hudson Ave. ' 

Merrill, Cyrus S., X '67 

23 Wash*ton Ave. 
Morrow, Thos. B., 17 '49 

108 State St. 
Shephard. O. H., A '69 
198 State St. 
•Spencer, Philip. 17 '43 'Fitch, Chas. P. 
Tibbitts, Clarkson, B '57 Hardy, Don P. 

65 Hawk St. 
Van Alstyne, T. J., ^ '48 

State St. 
Warner, Jas. M., M '58 

244 State St. 
Woodward, J. Otis, # *82 

49 Grand St. 
Wright, Geo. M., Jf' 74 
136 State St. 



17 '79 



AJbion, 
♦Burrows, Wm. 17 '49 



Anuierdcsm. 
Heath, Clark C. 

Annamdale. 
♦Cruger, Eugene. 

Auburn. 
Dwight, Chas. C, S '50 
149 North St. 

# '50 

if '78 

Holmes, Rich'd S., M '62 

10 Grover St. 

♦Taylor, EdVd P. Z '49 

Turner, Geo. B., W '73 

39 Williams St. 

Barrytoion. 
Donaldson, W. G. & '60 

Baiawa. 
Sherwin, Sidney A. # '67 

Bay Ridge. 
Ferris, Walter M. 17 '45 






368 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




$ 


•71 


n 


'51 


# 


'65 


^ 


'72 


$ 


'79 


^ 


•73 


# 


'72 


^ 


'55 




Bedlo^s Idantl. 
Fessenden, C. S. D. H '48 

Bellona, 
Johnson, M. Knox. $ '70 

BingJiamton, 
Carver, David H. 
Clapp, Cyrus S. 
Goerlncr, Jos. M. 
Hand, Walter M. 
Hitchcock, C. H. 
Lester, Geo. H. 
Lyon, Geo. F. 
Sanderson, Wm. 
Whittemore. N. H. * '80 

BrewsUra. 
Allen, Edw*d B. iT'57 

Braekport. 
Seymour, Jas. H. # '72 

Brooklyn, 
Abemelhy, J. *W., M '76 
438 Classon Ave. 
♦Ackley, Wm. B. Z '49 
Avery, Edw'd W., $ '63 

- 16 Hancock St. 
. Barker, Otis W., ^ '85 

385 Adelphi SL 
Benham, Jas. M., # *49 

91 Remsen St. 
Bemsee,Ch*stianD., -4 '78 

210 Wash. Ave. 
Betts, John H., X '76 

195 Berkley PI. 
Birdseye, Cl'enceF., X '78 

45 Strong PI. 
Brown, Wm. A., X '68 
128 Montague St. 
♦Champney, S. T. O '51 
Cochran, Davi4H., # '50 

196 Livingston St. 
Cochran, Thos., X '83 

196 Livingston St. 

*Cortelyou, John. il'43 

Cowles, J. Proctor, 77 '58 

57 Cranberry St. 
Cuyler, W. H., Jr., G '68 

82 Pierrepont St. 
Davis, A. Barker. X '70 



Davis, Wm. W., X '79 

410 Adelphi St 
Dike, Eugene A., X '78 

30 Remsen St. 

Dollner, Sam'l L., -4 '78 

259 Wash. Ave. 

*Dunn, J. Davis. ^ '49 

Eaton, Darwin G., ^ '45 

170 Joralemon St. 
Engs,S. Frank, Jr., * '83 

86 Cambridge PL 
Fincke. C. Louis, & '65 

106 Montague St. 
Fountain, Jas. T., A '49 

64 BVay, E. D. 
Fuller, Chas. H., X '78 

366 Greene Ave. 
Garrettson,Rob.L., iT'58 

103 Lawrence St. 
Goodnow, H. R., X '78 

32 Remsen St. 
Goodnow, F. J., X '79 

32 Remsen St 
Goodrich, H. W., X '80 

202 Wash. Park. 
Grosvenor, W. M., & '85 

343 Gates Ave. 
Hagen, WinstonH., X 'yg 

1399 Pacific St 
Halsey, Rufus H., & '77 

1345 Fulton St 
Harriman, Dan. G., A '64 
167 Madison St 
♦Helmer, Chas. D. * *52 
Hodges, Chas. H., A '69 
62 S. Oxford St. 
•Hollis, Wm. H. A '54 
Lawrence, Gilb'tB., A '44 

205 Grand St, E.D. 
Lewis, Alvah C, (9 '76 

135 Remsen St. 
Low, Walter C, X '85 

343 Grand Ave. 
Marvin, D., Jr., il*54 

149 Lafayette Ave. 
Mason, A. D. W., X '77 

1059 3^ '^^^• 
Morrison, D. M., X *6o 

18 Monroe PI. 

Morrow,C.W.LaF., A '47 

X17 McDonough St. 



Moulton. Geo. £., If '62 

152S. 5thSt,E. D. 
Needham, H. M., 27 '52 

105 Madison St. 
Page, Alfred R., 6 '81 

323 9th St. 
Palmer, Erastus,2d, $ *82 

316 Baltic St 
Parsons, Edw'd B., $ '84 

239 McDonough St. 
Parsons, Edw'd S , JT '83 

36 Tompkins PI. 
Parsons, Frank H., X *Si 

36 Tompkins PL 
Parsons, Herb't H,, # '82 

239 McDonough St 
Parsons, Wm. L., # '78 

239 McDonough St. 
Peet, Wm., Jr., -r'78 

184 Columbia H'ts. 
•Prentice, Fowler. G '60 
Prentice, John, G *S7 

170 Columbia H'ts. 
Rodgers, Arthur J., il '79 

182 ColyerSt 

Roe, Walter C, G '8i 

63 Livingston St 

•Samson, Carlos H. M'4S 

•Sanford, Wilbur F. A '65 

Seymour, Ellis G., X *%1 

151 Warren St 
Sheldon,LuciusM., G '51 
123 Montague St. 

Silvemail, John P., # '74 
279 Schermeriiom St. 

Skilton, Chas. C, A '55 
139 Bergen St 

Skilton, James A., A '49 
465 Henry St 

•Smith, Chas. H. # '49 

•Thome.Quintin M. Z *52 

•Vernon, Walter L. ^'81 

Waters, T. Leeds, A '68 

25 S. Oxford St 
WoodhuU. Caleb S., G '48 
46 Monroe PI. 

BrvMwiek, 
Lawton, Geo. P. G '68 





GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



369 




Buffalo. 
Brewer, Geo. E.. # '81 

978 Main St. 
EUiot, Tulicn M., # '76 

22 W. Seneca St. 
Germain, Chas. B., ^ '68 

106 Johnson PI. 
Green, Manly C. & '70 
Johnson, Wm. O., ^ *77 

16 White Building. 
Locke. Franklin D., $ '64 

288 Franklin St. 
McMillan, D. H., W '72 

• 233 Penn St. 
Parker, E. LlVyn, W^l 

85 Chippewa St. 
♦Seymour, ComTs L. ^ '46 

Camden. 
Budlong. Frank D. ^ '77 

Canandaigtta. 
McKechnie, J. D. X '73 
Rice, Frank. * '68 

•Warner, Wm. S. S '49 

CatakUl. 
Philip, J. Powers. P '82 

Cazenovia. 
Burr. Wm. M. 77 '52 

Stebbins, Hen'y D. X '83 

Chatham. 
♦Wright, Horatio N. & '43 

Clinton. 

Barrows, Tred. E. <f '72 

Darling, Hcn'y. Jr. * '85 

Everett, Chas. M. ^ '63 

Frink, Henry A. # '70 

♦Hinckley, Nath. B. # '63 

Lathrop, Wm. A. $ '85 

ScoUard, Clinton. $ '81 

Cohoea. 
Van Auken, C. H., 71*79 

115 Mohawk St. 
White, Edwin A. A '79 

Cooper iiown. 

Bowers, Henry J. 77 '45 

♦Brown, Jacob W. ^ '54 

♦Nelson, Sam'l W. 7T '56 

Coming. 
Campbell, W. F. # '83 



^Hungerford, J. N. ^ '46 
Terbell, Jos. B. # '83 
Terbell. Wm. D. 71 '48 

Cornwall. 
Abbott, Herb't V. ^'85 
Abbott, La'rence F. X '81 
Roe, Wm. E. S '78 

Cortland. 
Street, Chas. S. X '85 

Cox»<tckie. 
Boocock, Wm. H. P '85 
Brandow, John H. /^ '83 

Crow River. 
Churchill, John H. A '67 

Crown Point. 
♦Vorce, Chas. A. M '65 

Danaville. 
Brush, Abner P. 77*57 

Pavettport. 
Davenport, F. S. 77 *8o 

Dobba Ferry. 
Bradley, D. Ogden. ^ '48 

Dover Furnace. 
Tabor, A. Vincent. * '84 

Ditnkirk. 
Isham, Geo. P. 77 '58 

£kut Otto. 
Laing, Philip A. ^ '80 

ElisaheifUown. 
Hand, Rich'd L. 71 '58 

EUhhurgh. 
♦Bateman, Jerome. ^ '49 

Elmira. 
Diven, Geo. M., ^ '57 

957 Lake St. 
Fox, Wm. F., 17 '60 

511 Gray St. 
Hart, Ira F., ^ '49 

306 E. Church St. 
Reynolds, John A. ^ '63 
Towner,J.Ausbum. # '58 

Fairfidd.. 
♦Porter, Eleazer K. 77 '48 
Van Petten, J. B. A '50 



Farmert Village. 
Ogden, Walter. $ *79 

Ffshkill 
♦DeWint,Fr'ncisA. Z '54 

Fishkill on Hudson. 
Seaman, Geo. A. Z '51 

IHiuthing. 
Montgomery, J.H. K '70 
♦Steere, Robt. W. A '70 
True, Edw'd H. A '55 

Fttreitville, 
Morey, James W. ^ *79 

Fort Bain. 
*Diefendorf, J. F. 77*49 

F^anJIdin. 
Johnson, Robt. T. 77 '52 

Friendship. 
Hill, Nye R. * *77 

FuUon. 
Dada, Sam'l N. # *49 

Gardiner. 
Bevier, PhU. H. F *82 

G^eneva. 
Richardson, N. P. H '45 

Olens FalU. 

Eddy. Royal J. M '66 
Morgan, Jas. W. & '48 

Goshen. 
Snodgrass, Jas. & '46 

Greenwich. 
Mandell, D. W. M '50 
Smart, John G. X '70 

Hnveratraw. 
Gumee, Benj. S. A *6i 

Hempstead. 
Rushmore, E. C. A '46 

Herkimer. 
Chase, Wesley D. A '63 
Earl, Robt. 77 '45 






370 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




♦BisscU, Geo. A, Q '47 

•Bradbury, Aug. U. # '62 

Collier, Isaac N. 2T'55 

Gaul. Edward L. '59 

Peck, Horace R. ^ '59 

Peck, Willard. <P '64 

Van Deusen, E. A. B '52 

llion. 

Maben, Wm. S.. # '85 

Irvinqton on Htubon. 

Wendei, John G. Z '55 

Inlip. 

Nicoll, Edward. W '72 

Ithaca. 

♦Burritt, Chas. D. A '45 

♦Conrad, Geo. V. il '56 

♦Harris, Frank. <? '59 

♦Whiton, Albert G. 71 '49 

John*iown. 

Dudley, Harwood. il '75 

Keck, Philip. # '75 

Wheatley, Jos. Y. A '83 

Kingiboro*, 

Steele, Joseph. M '47 

KimfMon. 
Conklin, Marion T. P '81 

Ijanxiughurg. 

Marsh, P. James. J7 '53 

•Mott, Chas. A S '51 

Lawrenceville. 

Hawkins, B. H. 3^65 

Wilber, Eugene. M '64 

♦Wilber, John A. i/'65 

Crofoot, Wm. R. ^ '80 

Hotchkiss, C. T. $ '57 

Lisle, 

Squire, Wm. J. '85 

£(/;/« FalU. 

♦Waterman, A. H. 11 '48 



Lockporf. 
Ely, Foster. ^ '58 

Hunting, Benj. J. W '71 

Lodi. 
♦Sandford, James. Z '51 

Lyont. 
♦David, Wm. G. '52 
*Taft. Jas. N. if '65 

Malone. 

Munsill. N. H. M*^^ 

Willard. Sylv'strS. if* 50 

♦Williamson, John, if '64 

Young. Conway W. ^ *6o 
Young. Thos. K. # '60 

Mar'bcrough. 
Stillwell, Saml W. A '80 

Mechanicstnlle. 
♦Bradshaw, John E. A '49 

MiddU Folh. 
Cochran, Abram G. M '47 

Middle Granville. 
♦Conant, Duane. # '67 

Aliddteville. 
Ward, H. Judd. P '83 

MVford. 
Clinton, Geo. W. ^ '70 

Afoers. 
♦Churchill, Pliny F. 3/ '51 

Moravia. 
Wright, Arth'r M. ^ '72 

Alorrisania. 
♦Ross, Edw'd F. II ^48 

Mount h'tsco. 
Pelton, Lewis F. A '46 

Mount J/onv'jf. 
Ames, Harry S. E '83 

Newburg. 
Purdy, Frank. $ '71 

Thornton. Howard, i7 '72 
316 Grand St. 

NiVi Kingston . 
Thomson, J. A. P '84 



New RockeUe. 
Cutts, Edward. -4 '65 

New York City, 

Abbott, Robt. Jr., S '68 

95 Gold St 

♦Ad nance, John. ^ *55 

Agnew, Sam'l J. E*si 

Astor, William, Z '49 

350 5th Ave. 

♦Baker, Goodkin. Z '50 

♦Ball, Wm. W. S '62 

♦Bangs, Nathan D. ^ '52 

Banks, J. L., Jr , Z '82 

79 5 th Ave. 
Bard, Fred. B., & '81 

273 W. nth St. 
Barnard, Benj. S. S '48 
♦Barnard, Geo. G. 77*47 
Baxter, W. Kincaid, JST '71 

577 Madison Ave. 

Beattie, John E. O '68 

♦Beers, Henry A. G *66 

Berthoud, Alex. P., 11*44 

5 Cortlandt St., Room 50. 

Billington, C. E., * '54 

no Madison Ave. 
Blagden, Sam*l P., S '62 

107 E. 2TSl St. 
Booth, L. F., E "60 

415 Broadway. 
Booth, Wm. T., & '50 
100 Wall St. 
♦Bradley, Ezra C. U *6i 
Brainerd, Edwin R.. i/ '79 

9 Winlhrop PL 

Buel, Clarence, 11*49 

St. Luke's Church, 

Hudson St. 

Bullard, Chas. B., '75 

9 University PI. 
Burt, James, 11 '54 

44 Pine St. 
Burt, Silas W., 27 '49 

Naval Office. 
Cadwallader, J. L., J '56 

68 Wall St. 
Clark, George C, K '63 

7 W. 37th St. 

Clark, Lemuel B., '49 

57 Broadway. 






GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



371 




Clift, George D., X '72 

9 £. 46th St. 
Cole, Hugh L., ^ '59 
20 W. 57th St. 
♦Collier, Ezra W. Z '49 
Cooper, Harry D., K '72 
288 Madison Ave. 
♦Cromwell, C. B. Z '54 
Davies, Henry E., Z '57 

60 W. 51st St. 
Dickinson, F. F., K '72 

1002 Madison Ave. 
Dickinson, H. C, K '66 

49 E. 19th St. 
Doremus, T. C., Jr., K '73 

Astor House. 
Douglass, Jon. H., S '43 

48 E. 26th St. 
Duncan, Robt. H., Jf' 57 

32 Park PI. 

Dutton, Chas. K., ^ '63 

155 Maiden Lane. 

*Eay res, Al mon . il ' 5 5 

Edwards, Jas. T. /Z'51 

Elsworth, Giraud, K '63 

71 E. 112 St. 
Everitt, Wm. H. K '62 
*Garnsey, W. A. H *6o 
Garrettson, F. T., A '46 

26 Broad St. 
Gerry, Elbridge T., Z '57 
8 E. 48th St. 
•Gillet, Dan'l W. $ '50 
Gilliam, Wm. C, T '74 

353 5tb Ave. 
Gleason, Francis P. K '63 
Goodhue, Chas. E.. K '73 

159 E. 34th St. 

Goodridge, J.C.Jr , (^ '63 

127 E. 25th St. 

♦Greene, David B. Q '52 

♦Greene, Everitt W. f> '57 

Groot, Cornelius S., 77 '52 

78 Broadway. 
Hand, Clifford A., 77 '50 

109 E. 25th St. 
Hard, Sam'l B. J7 '46 
Harmon, O.Ed'wd, Z '55 

12 Bond St. 
Hartwell, T. H., E '51 
150 Broadway. 



Hewson, John H., 5P '53 
43 W. 17th St. 
♦Hoffman, M., Jr. iT'44 
Hovey, Myron M., ^'64 

Navy Yard. 

Howard, Wm. L. Z '82 

Howland, Matt. M., A '70 

7 Wall St. 

*Hubbard,JohnB. H*si 

Hubbard, Thos.H., // '57 

16 W. 58th St. 
Hyatt, S. Burdett, K '60 
94 E. loth St. 
♦Hyde, Henry M. S '48 
Hyde, Ralph M., K '60 

59 2d St. 
James, Chas. A. K '58 

70 Broadway. 
Jenkins, Jas. E., ^ '64 

427 W. 31st St. 
Jenner, Wm. A., M '65 

153 E. 56th St. 
Jones, Walt. R. T., Z '50 

481 Madison Ave. 
♦Kerr, Henry T. J7 '5? 
Kerrison, Philip D., T '81 

113 E. 14th St. 
Keteltas. Henry, Z '57 

37 St. Mark's PI. 
Kingsland, A. C, Z '56 

135 5th Ave. 

Kirkland, Edw'd, Z '54 

52 E. 2ist St. 

♦Kno.x. Wm. M. Z '49 

♦Lasell, Edw'd W. S '55 

Lawrence, Geo. W., Z 82 

145 W. 44th St. 

Leavitt, E. Darwin, A '54 

149 E. 51st St. 

♦Leavitt, J. Edwards, Z '49 

Lee, Albert L. 71 '53 

Lee, Fred. H., Z '82 

516 5th Ave. 
Lee, John B., S '58 

39 W. 54th St. 
Lee, Robt. F., Z '85 

516 5th Ave. 
Lincoln, Arthur, A '70 
208 5 th Ave. 
•Lincoln, Henry S. 71 '48 
•Livingston, Wm.H. IC '61 



Lowe, Uriah S., # '51 
140 Nassau St. 
•Lyon, David J. M '47 

•McKie, George W. 77*48 

•McKown, Jas., Jr. '44 
Meeker, NatU W., '68 

142 E. 58ih St. 
Meeks, Edwin B., K '60 

30 Vesey St. 
Meeks, Ham' ton V., K '72 

30 Vesey St. 
Meredith, Wm.T., 77*59 

54 Wall St. 
Merrill, Edw'd B., ff '57 
56 Wall St. 
•Myers, John B. 77*47 
Miller, Wm. S., fP '65 

3 E. 22d St. 
Monell, Ambrose, K '63 

152 E. 6ist St. 
Montgomery, J. L., K '73 

49 E. 44th St. 
Nelson, Frank G., X '73 

135 Broadway. 
Newton, Chas. D., K '70 

26 W. 2ist St. 
Oliver, Edwin, Jf '82 

no E. 22d St. 
Palmer, Wm. S., JS '68 

93 Nassau St. 
Pearse, Chas. B., & *6S 

115 E. 128th St. 
Perkins, Moss K., B '81 
Tribune Building. 
•Perkins, Selah G. 77 '47 

•Perkins. Wm. W. <P '52 

Perlee, Clarence M., 7* '80 
18 E. 55th St. 
•Pomeroy, G. V., Jr. Z '54 
Porter, Henry M.. M '57 

16 E. 42d St 
Prentice, Wm. P.. G '55 

9 W. I6th St. 
Protheroe, Wm. M., K '72 

32 W. 19th St. 
Purdy, Rand'ph S., K '73 

288 Madison Ave. 
Raymond, S. K., 77 '51 
Mechanics Bank, 
Wall St . 






372 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




Redfield, Lauren, M'si 

103 £. 60th St 
Remington, C. W. A '48 
Robinson, Chas. S., S '49 

57 E. 54th St. 
Rubles, H. M.. il '47 

124 W. 57th St. 
Sargeant, Sewall, M '49 

59 Wall St. 
Scott, Francis M., K '67 

2 W. 37th St. 
Seeley, Chas. A., iT*47 
714 Lexington Ave. 
•Sewall, Chas. H. A *si 
Shaw, Sam'l T., Z '85 
40 £. 69th St. 
♦Sherwood, E. K. Z '49 
♦Shipley, Edward. K '71 
Shrady, John, Z '49 

1974 Madison Ave. 
Smidt, Allan L., X '70 
26 Broad St 
♦Smith, Reg. H. Z '54 
Smith, Richd. H., M '78 

309 W. 14th St. 
♦Smith, St Clair. Z '53 
Smith, Wm. R. Z '51 
Spann, Jas. H., T '76 
14 5th Ave. 

Starr. Peter, M '46 

120 Broadway. 
Stebbins, Chas. H., K '59 

46 Exchange PI. 
Steele, Henry S., K '63 

717 Lexington Ave. 
Sterling. Jos. H., K '70 
5 E. 77th St 

Stever, Geo. H., S '72 
82 Nassau St 
♦Stocking, SidneyD. A '56 
Stone, Henry, ^ '52 

80 Wash. Sq. 
Stuyvesant,A.V.II,, Z '58 
152 5th Ave. 

Stuyvesant R. R., Z '58 
213 Madison Ave. 

♦Sutherland, J.McC. A' '62 
♦Swift, Alfred. S '49 

Swift, Geo. M., X '76 
14 £. 31st St 



Swift, Wm. J., X '73 

14 E. 31st St 
Tappan, Fred. D., Z '49 
36 Wall St 
♦Tappan, John L. i7 '51 
Terry, Geo. S., S '66 

Union League Club. 
Terry, James L., X *68 

133 E. 55th St 
Terry, Wm. H., Z '50 

176 5 th Ave. 

Thomae, Henry K., S '58 

682 Broadway. 

♦Thompson, M. N. E '53 

♦Toler, Hugh. $ '67 

Toll, Isaac H., 71 '70 

528 E. 86th St. 
Townsend, J. A., B *%2 
171 Madison Ave. 
♦Trask, George L. 77 '51 
Tyng, Morris A., (^ *ti 

261 Broadway. 
Underhill,Andw.F.. JT '81 
130 Lexington Ave. 
♦Van Beuren, C. E. Z '49 

♦Vanderpoel, John. S *SS 

♦Van Deusen, S. K '57 

Van Dyck. Vedder, 71 '65 

346 Broadway. 
Van Nest, Alex. T., B '63 

120 Chambers St. 
Van Nest, Wm. L., S '61 

54 W. 22d St 
Van Slyck. G. W., S '67 

2 E. 50th St. 
Van Vleck, A. K. K '63 

Van Wyck. Wm., 2 '61 

9 W. 42d St. 
Vedder, Maus R., 77*56 

690 Madison Ave. 
Wait, W. Howard, E '48 

18 William St 
Webb, J. Converse, K '62 
Webster, E. B. K '63 
White, Chas. E., S '62 

54 William St 
Whitridge, A. C, 77 '58 

144 Worth St 
Whitridge. F. W., X '74 

38 E. loth St 



Williams. R. S., A '61 

621 6th Ave. 
Williamson. G. R.. U '56 

120 Broadway. 
Wood. Jos. L. R., K '60 

47 W. 32d St. 

Niagara Fall*. 
Porter, Vincent M. 77'63 

North Granville, 
Sweet, Chas. A. G *8i 

Ogdffuburff. 

♦Barter, Jas. H. J/ '50 

♦Chapin, Gaylord P. M*si 

Hoard, F. D. V. * '68 

OlcoU. 

Reynolds. A. J. W'72 

Oneonta. 
Scott, Seymour. ^ *55 

Oiweffo. 
Debbage, Smith. # '83 
Hubbard,FrankG.,(59 '80 

123 East 4th St 
Richardson, M. B., 77*58 

135 East 3d St 
Wendell. Gilbert. * '84 

OtisvUle. 
♦Pearson, Thos. B. A '50 

Oltelic, 
Preston, Harlan D. ^ '73 

Ovid, 
Donaldson, E. N. £ '60 

Oxford. 
Brown, James A. ^ '79 
Davidson, Chas. H. # '85 
Perkins, R. W. ^ '84 

Ojftttr Bay. 
Young, Wm. J. W '72 

Painted PomI, 
Morrill, Abner. ff '50 

Palmyra. 
♦Cuyler, John B. G '62 

Paris HiU, 
♦Addington, F. ^ '76 

Peekshm. 
Frost, Clarence H. Z '82 
Smith, J. Mott. A '80 






GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



373 




Ftnn Yan, 

•Brown, Morris, Jr. ^ '64 

Comwell, Wm. S. # '85 

Ellsworth, Sami S. ^ *6o 

Sheppard, John S. # '60 

Sheppard, M. F. # '66 

Perry, 
♦BuUard, F. V. N. # '67 

Piermfyni. 
Houghton, H. S. X '83 

PlatUhnrg, 
♦Moore, Benj. M. M '52 

Port Henry, 
Warner, Chas. B. M'^^ 

Port Jervitt, 
McCormick, W. E. iT'so 

Poughkeepsie, 

♦Brush, John, Jr. J7 '42 
Cargill, Andw. H. K '64 
Pelton, Henry V. X '66 

♦Richards, Jas. N. S '48 
Wightman, J. P. T '84 

Pavefuno6od. 
Brooks, Adrien C. ^ '53 

PedHook, 
Massonneau, R. L., 

Jr. $ '81 

Phinebeck. 
♦Bronson,Gurdon G. A '54 
DeGarmo,Edm'dA. # '81 
Wells, Eugene. K '64 

Rochnfer. 
Ailing, Fred. D., * '65 

5 Caledonia Ave. 
Couch, Walter v., «P '51 

13 Caledonia Ave. 
Curtis, Eugene T., '64 

15 Hill St 
Fenn, Fred. S. II '64 
•Hall, Theo. F. 77 '50 
Judson, Chas. K., ^ '51 

62 State St. 
Kennard, Wm. R., ^ *^l 
19 Jones Ave. 

Rome. 

Wilson, John H., # '68 

42 Thomas St. 



Ronlyn. 
•Taber, Sam'l T. i7*42 

Stilem. 
Conant, Allen G. M '74 
♦Russell, Dhrck C. 77 '51 
RusselljSolomonW. II '63 

Salina. 
*Swaney, S. W. ^ '70 

Balisbury, 

Burrell, Isaac. 77*47 

Sandy Hill. 

Clark, Asahel. 77 '51 

Coleman, Robt. S. 77 '58 

♦Coleman, Wm. A. 77 '57 

Crocker, E. H. 77 '50 

Rogers, James C. 77*6o 

Saratoga Springe. 
Hodgman, John E. 77 '74 
McEwen, Robt. C. G '53 
Porter, James C. M '70 
Weston, Geo. H. 77 '76 

Scheneclatfy, 

Clute, John F. 77 '76 

Clute, Wm. T. 77 '73 

♦Davis, Wilson, Jr. 77 '76 

♦Groot, John K. 77 '57 

Hunter, W. Scott. 77 '68 

♦Lewis, Tayler, Jr. 77 '68 

♦Myers, Chas. W. 77 '54 

Reagles, James. 77 '61 

♦Smith, E. W. 77 '59 

Stanford, Cha&, Jr. 77*79 

Vrooman, Wm. C. 77 '78 

Schuyleiwille. 
♦Granger, Rodney. 77*47 

Scotia. 
♦Howe, Chas. W. 77 *68 

Seneca Falh, 
Hawley, Chas. A. * '59 

Shavertovm, 
Norris, Jas. A. P *82 

Sherlmme, 
Dunham, Henry G. & '85 

Silver Creek. 
Pattison.Pteston K. ^ '77 

SkaneaUlett. 
♦Ellery, John G. * '50 



Stanley. 
McCauley, Rice. # '69 

Syracuse. 

Lawrence, W. H. ^ '69 

Lyon, Henry. # *72 

*Morgan, Allen D. # '48 

Tarrytown, 
Kingsland, Geo. L. Z *56 
See, Edwin F. P '80 

Troy. 

♦Beach, W. A., Jr. G '63 

Church, Chas. R., '51 

63 1st St. 

♦Clark, Chas. C. * *62 

Heartt, Jonas S., 77 '52 

169 2d St. 
McConihe, Isaac, $ '49 
7 Wash. Place 
♦McConihe, John. 77*53 
Paine, E. Warren, 77 '51 

3 Wash. Place. 
Paine, John W., 77*52 

49 2d St. 
Parmenter, J. B., 77*57 

Troy Press. 
Peck, John H.. * '59 
II 1st St. 
♦Sanderson, Julius. X ^fa^ 
Seymour, Wm. P., B '45 
105 3d St. 
♦Tibbits, Wm. B. 77 '59 
Warren, Geo. B., 77 *47 
19 2d St. 
♦Wotkyns, A. A. 77 '50 
♦Willard, Frank B. * '61 

Trumansburg. 
Plyer, Chas. W. K '58 

Utica, 
Ball, Emmet J. ^ '75 
Ball, Willard D. <P *8i 
Eaton, Fred. C. # '83 
Everett, Chas. J., ^ '70 

50 Rutger St. 
Gilbert, Fred., X '73 

Genesee St. 

Goodier, Jonathan. A '45 

Hinds, Theo. F. * *7o 

Kellogg, Chas. C, ^ '49 

286 Genesee St. 






374 



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•Kellogg, Gus. A. * '46 

•Schrocppcl,Rich'd. # '52 

Waterman, D.Jr., # '51 

714 Genesee St. 
White, Wm. M., * '54 
235 Genesee St. 

Victor. 
Jervis, Kasimer P. II '45 

Wappinger* FalU. 
Cruse, Thos. K. K '68 

WanatD. 
Howard, Sam'l A. X 'S2 

Warwick. 
Burt, John. iT'57 

Wa$hinffton. 
Shepard, Azro B. JV66 

Water/or(f. 
Thompson, Walt. X '72 

Water town, 
Consaul, G. D. 27*58 



Alma. 
Latta, Robt. J. T '71 

Asheville. 
Cushman, Walt. S. ^ '59 
Sondley, Foster A. T '76 

Brevard. 
Hilliard, Sam'l H. 7' '82 

Concord, 
Smith, Thos. W. T '71 
Thornwell, J. H. B '68 

JEdenton. 
Moore, Aug. M. 2 '63 

Falkland. 
•Foreman, Wm. J. 2 '58 

Fayeitev'dle. 
•Costin, Andrew J. 2 '59 

Ooldsboro*. 
Exum, Jas. H. 2 '62 

Greensboro*. 
Logan, John E. -2 '57 

Oreenville. 
♦Cherry, Wm. A. 2 '60 



Lathrop, John C. ^ '58 
Philius, Cornelius. ^ '76 

WaiervWe. 
Candee, Harry N. $ '80 ' 
Candee, Wm. B. $ '52 ' 
Cutting, Geo. R. X '71 
' Winchell, Walt. B. <P '80 , 

WeUeviUe. \ 

Beecher, Fred. W. e '57 I 

WetU Copake. , 

Astor, Henry. Z '53 j 

I 
Western. \ 

Waldo, Burt L * '75 

Westjield. 
Bliss, Harmon J. ^ '81 
Kingsbury, E. P. fiP '81 
Parsons, ClarenceF. ^ '78 

H'JM/ New Brighton. 
Hastings, HoraceM. II*S7 



NORTH CAROLINA 

2 '57 



Halifax. 
Hill, Thos. N. 



HarrelVs Store. 
Faison, Julien P. il '47 

HUlshoro*. 
Strudwick, Wm. S. A '50 

Lincolnton. 
Shipp, Robt. J. T '72 

Pittftboro*. 
•Alston. Nat. M. S '58 



"V ', 



Baleigh. 

•Boylan, John S. ^ '59 
Haywood, FabiusJ. 2 '61 
♦Little. William. 2 '58 
•Manly, Basil C. 2 '59 
•Rich, David J. if'48 

Bich Square. 
Jacobs, John C. ^ '57 

Rocky Mount. 
Pittman, Reddin G. 5 '60 



WcBt Point. 
Erwin, Frank A. O '82 

Wf8t Troy. 
Andrews, Wm. S., 6 '83 
50 Wash. St 

WhitehaH. 
♦Dewey, David B. if '56 
Potter, Joel S. & '66 

Whitney's Point. 
Cook, JohnL. ^ '74 

Seymour, R. A. S *8o 

WilUird. 
Chapin, John B. & '50 

Windsor. 
Hotchkiss.HarryT. * '84 

Yonkers. 
Buel, Oliver P. S '59 

For*. 
•McDonald, Wm. A. X '68 



Buthcr/ordton. 
Craton,MarshallW. 7* '76 
Mitchell, John N. r '76 

Scotland Neck. 
Bond, Wm. R. 2 '61 

Carr, Titus W. 2 '63 

IToXh? Foreft College. 
Royall, Wm. B. T '60 

•Satterwaite, L. E. 2 '59 

ll^tVmin^^on. 

•Cowan, Thos. 2 '61 

♦Flanner, B., Jr. 2 '61 

Walker, Jas. A. 2 '58 

•Wooster, Wm. A. 2 '60 

Wright, Joshua G. 2 '6r 

Wilson. 
Woodard, Jas. S. ^ '59 

Windsor, 
Sutton, Wm. M. 2 '57 

Moore, James O. 2 '60 





GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



375 




Akron. 
Paige, David R. iT*65 

A$htabula. 
Watrous, Stanley B. F '67 

Citieinnati, 
Furness, Henry B., M^sj 

McMillan St. 
HoUister, Geo. B.. M '47 
230 Walnut St. 
•Lathrop, Wm. H. * '53 

Cleveland. 
Anderson, Wm.G. I '82 
Arey, Albert G., B '75 

858 Boston Ave. 
Geer, Edward W., $ '72 

370 N. Perry St. 
Haight, Wm. H.. B '59 

2432 Broadway. 
Hobart, Moses M.^ X '72 

13 Public Square. 
Kelley, T. Arthur, II '71 

1246 Euclid Ave. 

Kendall, Fred. A. H '60 

768 Harkness Ave. 

•Sackrider,N'man P. # '68 

Stevens, Theo. B., 11 '64 

586 Superior St. 



Allegheny. 

Robin.son, Wm. J., iJ '56 
69 Union Ave. 

Beaver Falls. 
Icenhour, Jesse A. E *82 ; 

Bloomsburffh. 
McKelvy, Jas. B. G '45 



Bradford. 
Sawyer, Edmund F. A '79 



»— ^ I 




Chester. 
Wallace, John A. '64 | 

Clarion. \ 

Corbett, Don C. E '85 

Connellsvillf. 
Munson, Jas. C. ^ '78 



OHIO. 

Columbus. 
Coit, G. Stanton, X '79 

196 S. 3d St. 
Galloway,HenryN. X '81 

471 E. Town St. 
Galloway, Tod B., X '85 

471 E. Town St. 
Kimball,HowardH.^ '82 
Lattimer, G. W., X '79 

402 E. Rich St. 
Marple, Wilbur B., A' '77 

31 E. Friend St. 
Mussey, Fred. D.. Jf '69 
Executive Chamber, 
Capitol Building. 
Smith, Alex. L., X '76 

466 E. Rich St. 
Smith, Josiah R., X '71 

466 E. Rich St 
Spahr, Chas. B.. X '81 

E. Town St. 
Spahr, Geo. T., X '78 

E. Town St. 
Tumey, Henry D. E '75 

Dayton. 
Andrews. J. LeB. H '63 

Grand Rapids. 
Hinsdale, Geo. P. S '45 

PENNSYL VANIA. 

Fredericksburg. 
Grumbine, Lee L. A *8i 

Harrisburg. 
Dull, Andrew J., A '52 
Cor. Front and Chest- 
nut Sts. 

Huntington. 
Moore, Austin D. A '52 

Indiana. 
White, Harry. A '54 

Marietta. 
*Mehaffey,Calvin D. A '53 
Mehaffey, Geo. W. A '54 

Afeadville. 
Townley, Lynn P. E '84 

Mechan icsburg. 
•Avery, Wm. L. H '45 



Green ISpring, 
Giddings. F. A. E '84 

Mount Washington. 
•Stevens, Dan*l W. A '48 

J^ew Carlisle. 
Pope, Wm. G. E. X '68 

Oberlin. 
*Saflford, P. C. E '47 

PaineavUle. 
Paige, Ralph K. J7'67 

Sandttsky. 
Barney, Chas. D. E '66 
♦Barney, Geo. L. E '66 

SleubewnUe. 
Johnson, Wm. R. E '82 

Tarlton. 
Ballard, James. S '50 

Toledo. 

Kent, Chas. E., N '81 

CoUingwood Ave. 

♦Latimer, Peter E. E '48 

Walbridge, John, * '58 

163 Mich. St. 

Warren, 
Hunt, Chas. S. E '72 



Philadelphia. 
Briggs, Nat. L., A '61 

322 Richmond St. 
Dale, Allen. A '53 

Drew, Wm. P , H '53 

1708 Wallace St. 
Evans, Horace Y., A '55 

163 1 Green St. 
Frismuth, Frank B., (9 '71 

3817 Walnut St. 

Graves, Nelson C, M '68 

1925 N. 7th St. 

♦Grier, Wm. P. A '56 

♦Hart, Theo. H. $ '52 

♦Herbert, Henry. if '63 

Hill, Horace G., '79 

3405 Hamilton St. 
Hubbard, J. P., Jr., S '83 
t6oo Master St. 





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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




Kenton, Israel, if' 63 

Frankford. 
Plumb, George E., ^ •82 

Frankfonl. 
Rockwell, H. B., '78 
3717 Baring St. 
♦Safford, S.Satterlee. B '47 
Shattuck, F. F., S '67 

2129 Mt. Vernon St. 
Stetson, Wm. M., A '80 

1907 Mt. Vernon St. 
Thatcher, Wm. H.. V '70 
Phila. Press. 
•Warren. Edw'd P. S '79 

Pittiiburg. 
Converse, Jas. B. X '67 



Eatt Oreenwich. 
Waterman, R., Jr. A '65 

Ea^t Providence. 
Simon, Benj. F. A '80 

Lincoln. 

Easton, Chas. F. A '65 

Nctoport. 

Stanton, Nat. G., A '68 
6 Pclham St. 

North Providence. 
Lyman, Dan'l W. A '65 



Abbevilie. 

Gary, Eugene B. B '72 

Graydon, Ellis G. B '72 

Ai-ken. 

Rankin, MillidgeW. T *82 

Stevenson, H. T '84 

Whatley, Abner L. r'85 

Allendale. 

Lawton, Edw'd M. B '69 

Lawton, Joseph J. 7" '80 

Lawton, Wm. H. r'82 

Anderson. 

Bell, Theo. P. B '70 

Carlisle, John E. T '73 



Lincoln, Wm, E., A '68 
Cor. 5th and Amber- 
son Aves. 

Plymouth. 
Davenport. S. W. A '84 
Shaver, Jas. B. A '81 

Potttioum. 

Stevenson, H. B., S '78 
High St. 

Reading. 
Hayman, Wayne. E '74 

Scranton, 
Davis, J. Alton, # '78 
Hyde Park. 

RHODE ISLAND, 

Providence. 

Barrows, Geo. B., A '64 
36 Somerset St. 
♦Cady, Walter H. A '67 
Chapin, Alex. D., ^ '66 

367 Westminster St. 
Cook, Lorin M., A '66 

157 Angell St. 
Glezen, Edw'd K. A '66 
Holmes, John J., A '63 

55 Evergreen St. 
Joslyn, H. V. A., A '67 
19 Parade St. 
♦Kellogg, Geo. P. E '49 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Bamberg. 

Folk, John F. T '85 

Wannamaker,T.H. T '83 

Beaufort, 

Fowles, Steph. B. T '74 
•Sams, Rich'd F. A '58 

Beech Island. 
Mills, G. H. B '67 

BeunettsviUe. 

Douglass, Arch. H. T '85 
Douglass, Geo. W. T '85 
Douglass, John T. T '83 



Price, John A., -4 '65 
603 JefF. Ave. 

SwarOumore. 
Appleton, Wm, H. A '68 

TitHg^iOe. 
Harley, Geo. R. K '73 

Tyrone. 
McCamant, A, H. B '82 
McCamant,John G. S '83 

Wilkesbarre. 
Van Loon, W. F. -4 '81 

WiUiam^rt. 
Black, John H., # '48 
21 Park Ave. 



*Ladd, Chas. F. A '63 
Mauran, Clinton, A '69 

256 Benefit St 
Reed, Alfred A. A '69 
Vinton, Fred. A., j4 '66 

93 Congdon St. 
Whitman,Hen'yB.,^ '64 

13 Market Sq. 
Worth, Wm. T., J '60 
96 AtwelFs Ave. 

Valley FalU. 

Chace, Arnold B. A '66 

♦Chace, Edw'd. A '70 

•Chace, Sam'l O. A '66 



Buckhead, 
Richmond. Jas. L. 2 '64 

Camden. 
*De Paas, John K. T '84 

Charleston, 
Allen, Jas. P., O '68 

6 Glebe St. 
•Bell, William. A '57 

Cogswell, Julius E.. T '85 

46 Pitt St. 
Evans, Benj. F. T '84 

20 George St. 
Hagood, John R., T '84 
I Maiden Lane. 






GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



377 




Huger, Arthur M. T '71 
Huger, K. K. T '72 

MiUcr, Wm. C, T '78 

Cor. Hudson and 
Meeting Sts. 
Pemberton, H. W., T '80 

62 Wentworth St. 
Pinckney,H.L.Jr., -B '68 

67 Wentworth St. 
Stevens, W. DuB., T '84 

25 Pitt St. 
Wilbur, W. Cuttino. T *8o 

Cheraw. 
•Inglis, Wm. C. 

ChBUer. 

Gaston, T. C. 
Watson, John A. 

Cftenfer Co. 
Barber. Robt. W. 



^ '55 



B '71 



CheMterfidi. 
Redfeam, Geof. J. 

Co/um&to. 

Bacot, Tours L. 

Barnwell, Nat'n'l B. 

Bates, Wm. T. C. 

Brayton, EUery M. 

Clark, Wm. M. 

Fisher, Tucker H. 

Gibbes, Thos. H. 

Heinitsh, Heber D. 

Howe, George, Jr. 
*Howe, William. 

Muller, Jacob S 
♦Reynolds, Wm. S. 

Thomas, J. P., Jr. 

Walker, Julius H. 
♦Wells, Edward L. 

Darlingtou. 
♦Dargan, J. H. 

Edwards, Chas. B. 

Hart, Thos. W. 

Lide, Evan P. 
*Lide. Jas. E. 

Nettles, Clarences. 
♦Nettles, Sam'l J. 
•Player, W. D. 

Woods, EdVd O. 



r*7i 

r'84 

2 '61 
B '68 
B '68 
A '66 
r'8i 
B'72 
70 
72 



B 
B 



B '69 
B '60 
B'no 
B '69 

^'73 
B'l^ 

6^ '55 
r'67 

r'77 
r'68 

r'75 

2" '62 

ir'83 
r'6i 

^'68 

7^83 



Dov^8 Depot, 

Mcintosh, Lucas. B *68 

JEarly Branch. 

Stokes, Wm. M. T '84 

Edgefield, 

DeVore.C.Prescott. T '74 

Jones, Lewis P. T '69 

Miller, John M. 2" '69 

Mood, Russell E. T '84 

Sheppard, John C. T '71 

Swearingen, B. F. T ti 

Tompkins, A. L. B '72 

Edltto Inland, 

Townsend, J. F. B *68 

Oeorpetown, 

♦Alston, Wm. A. J '54 

♦Eraser, Robt. L. '69 

Sessions, Joseph. T '77 

Oowenavilie. 

Earle. Joseph B T '82 

OramievWe. 

Steele, Robt. r'84 

OreenvilU. 

Adams, Jos. Q. 2" '79 

Adams, Talbert W. T '81 

Beattie, H. C. T '84 

Beattie, Hamlin. J '58 

Beattie. John E. T '63 

♦Beattie, William. T '58 

Blythe, Absalom. 3"^ '61 

David, Chas. A. T '72 

♦David, Jas. J. T '61 

♦Davis. Jas. B. T '68 

♦Duncan, Jas. M. T '63 

Earle, Theron. r'74 

Furman, Chas. M. r'58 

Furman, Davis. 2^ *8i 

♦Furman, Jas. F. T '61 

♦Gaines, Thos. P. T '61 

Goldsmith, P. H. T '84 

Grey, Jas. W. T '70 

Irvine. Wm. H. T '75 

Manly, John M. T '83 

Maulden, Samuel. T '69 

♦O'Neill, Chas. C. T '6i 

Patrick, Robt. G. T '84 

♦Perry, Robert H. T '73 



Perry. Wm.H. T'S9 
Smith, D. To'nsend. T"67 
Taylor, Jas. H. T '70 
Townes, Alex. S. 2^ *6o 
Wells, Geo. G. T '67 

Greenvood. 
Sheppard, Lafay'te. T '71 

ffuTiwille 
Woodruff, Chas. J. T '76 

Holly BUL 
Kirkland, W. D. T '70 

Johnslon*9. 
Mobly. Wm. F. T '71 

KinffUree. 

Dargan, Jas. F. r '58 

Gilbert. Thos. E. T '76 

♦Lambson, John R. 11 '58 

Landrttm, 
Earle, TaliaferroD. r'8i 

Laurena. 
»Pope, Thos. H. T '58 
Walker, Arthur C. T 'ys 

LawtonvUle. 
Lawton, Jos. M. 

Tjeaveiuworth, 
Lide, Robt. W. 



Liberty Hill, 
Cureton, C. B. 

Long Mien, 
Fuller, Chas. C. 

Long Finee, 
Redfeam, A. M. 

Lynchburg, 
Smith, Chas. B. 



7"85 
r'73 
-^'57 

r'7o 

r'84 

7"8i 



Manning, 
Haynesworth, H.J. T '79 

Marion, 
Woods, Chas. A. T '72 

MayemriUe, 
Cooper, Wm. A. .5 '68 

MeCleUeuumUe, 
Dupr^, Dan'l C. T '79 






378 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




MeehanietvUle, 

Edwards. Jas. L. T 'So 

WUds, Robl. A. r '72 

Merehanfi, 

Trotter, M. P. T '83 

Mount PleasatU, 

Whitridge, G. R. H '50 

Keitt, Edw'd G. T '73 

Kinard, Henry H. T 'Si 

Merchant, W. E. T '82 

Pope, Young J. T *6o 

Newberry Co. 

Long, Geo. M. T '85 

Schumpert, F. M. T '75 

Wilson, Frank Z. T '82 

Ninety Six, 

Moore, Thos. L. 2^ '63 

Orangeburg. 

Dantzler, D. C B '67 

Dantzler, F. W. B *68 

Orangeburg Co. 

Canthen, Wm. M. T '80 

Wightman,Arth'rC. T '79 

Pendleton. 

♦Adger, J. B., Jr. B '69 

Keels, John M. T 76 



Anhwood. 
Polk, Jas. H. :S '62 

BrUtol. 
Hearon, Daniel S. J' '71 

Brownsville. 
Estes, Albert C. '69 

Columbia, 

Gant, Richard €., F '64 

8 W. 7th St. 

♦Martin, Chas. G. ^ '63 

♦Martin, Geo. S. :S '60 

♦Thompson, Wm. V. J '52 

OaUatin, 
Walton, Timothy. 2 '59 

Jacksboro*. 
TindcU. Sam'l W. X 'yi 



Piekenn Co. 
Robinson, T. C. T '76 

Ridge Spring. 
Home, Elijah W. T '59 

Society HiU, 
Gregg, E. M. B '72 

Somet ffille. 
Walker, Geo. W. r '69 



Spartanburg. 

Bacon, Edmund. 
Bomar, Edw'd E. 
•Browning, John F. 
Browning, Wm. C. 
Bryce, Jas H. 
Burnett, Wilbur E. 
Dupr^, Dan*l A. 
Dupre, Warren. 
Foster, Jos. A. 
Fowler, Jas. H. 
Jones, Wm. M. 
Kirkland, Jas. H. 
Scaife, Hazel F. 
Smith, Wash. G. 
Tarboux, John W. 



r 

T 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 



'69 

'79 
'78 
•78 

'71 
'76 
•69 
'78 
r'67 
r'84 

T*78 

7"77 

r'59 
7"84 

^^'77 



Spar /au burg Co. 
Tarboux, John W T '77 

TENNESSEE. 

Jaekmn. 
•Morrill, J. McD. H '44 

Lipscomb. 
Gordon, Rich'd C. JS '58 

Memphin. 

Camp. S. J. M., ^ '48 

105 Adams St. 
Duncan, Robt. P. T '58 
Mallery, George, if '62 

215 Main St. 
McGehee, Jas. B. F *8o 
♦Putney, John A. A '56 
Walworth, Douglas, ^ '54 

3 Madison St 
Whitley, Frank J. F '72 



St. MaUheiM. 
Bates, Lucius B. 
Wannamaker,G. W. 

SummervUU. 
Walker Geo. W. 

Sumpter, 
Bland ing, A. L. 
Blanding, R. C. 
Dargan, John J. 
Earle, Jos. H. 
Haynesworth.K C. 
Hughson, J. S. 
Spann, James M. 

JVenton. 
Jones, Jas. B. 
Prescott, Wm. E. 

Union. 
Scaife, Chamer T. 

Union Co. 
Browning, L. J. 

Winnsboro*. 
Jordan, Thos. M. 
Rion, Preston. 
Stewart, Jas. M. 

YorhiUe. 
Gilbert, Frank A. 
Walker, J. O. 



MiddletoH. 
Glenn, Jasper T. 

Neuikville. 
Smith, Chas. F. 

ShelbyviUe. 
Lacy, Francis E. 

Somerville. 
♦Taylor, Fred. M. 

Trenton. 
•Irwin, Wm. L. 

Union City, 
Saigeant, J. B. 

WhiU Haven. 
Robertson, F. O. 



B'6S 
T*7S 

T'6g 
r*8i 

r*so 

r'70 
r'68 

2^ '79 

r'6o 
r'8o 

T'74 
r'72 

r'62 

7"83 

7"78 
B '70 
'70 

r'72 

r'79 



r'82 
T'72 

r'68 
^'62 

r'73 
r'77 






GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 



379 



Helton. 
Fnrman, J. McI. 

Calvert. 
McOmber, O. H. 

ComaL 
•Sparks, J. C. C. 

DeKalb. 
Shipp, S. W. G. 

EIPmo. 
Davis, Ll'yn H. 

Mwood, 
Lipscomb, R. H. 



r'68 
^'58 
r'6o 

T'79 
JS'yS 

r'59 



TEXAS. 

Funnan, Sam'L 
Funnan, S. M. 




r'68 
r*8o 



ArUfiglon. 
Batchelder, J. K. 

Barton, 
Phelps, Lawrence. 

BeUowH Falltt. 
Austin, Herbert J. 

Bennington. 
•Love, Martin J. 
Sibley, Clarence C. 
Sibley, Edw'd L. 

Benson. 
Kellogg, John. 

Bristol. 
O'Neill, Jas. B. 

Brookwille. 
Hunt, Edmund G. 

Burlington. 
Graves, Gemont. 
•Holton, David M. 
Linsley, Joel. 
Ross, Henry H. 



if '64 

M'75 

0'45 

e '85 
& '76 

if'83 

M'47 

e'59 
J/ '68 

if'72 



OeUvfSfon. 
Cherry, Geo. O., 2 '62 
Cor. Bath Ave. and P. St. 

Goliad. 
Brooks, A. Atwood. ^ '51 

Gonzales. 
♦Nichols, HerveyB. ^ '51 

Grape Vine. 
Mister, Wilbur F. F '60 

UTAff. 

Salt L'fke Cit}/, 

Johnson Fred. M., Q '70 

1st East St. 

VERMONT. 

CasUeton. 
•Hawkins, John J. i/''49 
Howe, John. M '52 

Cornwall. 
Warner, Frank H. if'8i 

Danby. 
Whipple, F. E. if '79 

Fact07y Point. 
♦Smith, Rollin C. Jf'46 

Fair Haven. 
Phelps, Erastus H. M *6i 

Highgale. 
Fitch, John A. if' 62 

Jamaica. 
*Butler, Henry A. Jf '64 

Ludlow. 

♦Foster, Henry D. If '56 

Piper, Clarence R. if' 84 

Walker, Frank A. M '82 

Walker, Wm. H. i/ '58 

Luneiiburgh. 
Sumner, Jas. B. & '68 



Henderson, 
McBryde, J. T. B '67 

Manor. 
Harris, James M. T '83 

Mttrliu, 
McDonald, J. R. iT'45 

Rockdale. 
Booth, De Witt C. iT'51 

San Antoitio, 
Smith, Joseph R. E '48 

Velosco. 
Ostrom, John D. il '55 

Waeo, 
♦Merrill, Edward, if '45 



Manchester. 
Simonds, David K. M*62 

Mechanicsville. 
♦Parmenter, Chas. if '60 

AHddlebury, 

Austin, Lewis A. M '56 

Boice, Harry B. ir'8i 

Brainerd, Ezra. M*64 
Chapman, Thad.M. if '66 

Eddy, Merritt H. M '60 

Scofield, John C. if '80 

Sheldon, Wm. H. M '80 

Stewart, Dugald. Af '79 

Stewart, George A. M '84 

Stewart, John W. if' 46 

♦Sturtevant. E. A. if '63 

Wilds, Chas. M. if '75 

Morrisville. 
Gates, Amasa O. if '64 

New Haven. 
Foote, Stephen M. if '83 
♦Nash, Jas. J. M '47 

Palmer, C. B. F. if '83 






38o 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




yartkJM, 
Richmond, G. H. 

OrwlK 

Abell, Chas. E. 
•Conkey, Irving C. 

PafUon, 
•Convene, John R. 

Paulinejf, 

Jenks, EdVd G. 
Knowlson, John 
Ross, Carroll B. 
Ross, Lucretins D. 



AUxandria, 

*Danf orth, Sam'l A. 
Willoughby, W., 

217 King St. 

Amher$(, 
Harding, Stphn.R. 



A '81 



if'6i 
if '65 



M*62 



if'85 

©'55 
if'82 

M'S2 



J '58 



^ '71 



Rutland. 
Dana, Edward. if '76 
Page, Wm. R. if '72 

Saxlont River. 
Butterfield, F. G. If '63 

SheldOTL 

Green, Sam'l B. if'66 
Green, Wm. S. if' 60 

Si. Albans. 
Brainerd, J. B. M '79 

St. Johruhury. 
Wilder, Arthur. M'yi 

VIRGINIA. 

Strode, H. A. O '70 

BueHnffham Co. 
♦Ayres. T. E. '69 

Stephenson, H. -^ '57 



♦Conkey, Wm. C. M'62 

Verffennet. 

ChurchiU, Benj. F. if '83 

Goss,FrankA. X^yi 

Hopkins, Wm. S. M '46 

WtMnfffard. 
Brainerd, Chas. N. M '73 

Wallham, 
Preston, EdVd F, if '84 
Preston, Sam'l J. M '82 

Windaw. 
Perkins, Marsh O. if '70 



Nhrfolk. 
Toy, Walter D. T '72 

Petertburff. 
Daxgan, E. C, r'72 

159 High St. 
Witherspoon,T. D., F '58 
II W. Tabb St. 



WASHINGTON TERRITORY. 

Walla Walla. 
Speed, Frank M. JE '58 




AUnon. 
Head, Louis R. 

Appleton, 
Dorr, Wm. R. 
Jones, Fred. W. 

Beaver Dam. 
Gilbert, Chas. B. 

Beloit. 
•Pasco, Matt. V. 

Berlin, 
Yates, Joseph. 

Cobb, 
Billings, Chas. L. 

DarUngton. 
Clary, Joseph H. 



WISCONSIN. 

Delavan. 
I '82 Dewey, Elias. M '58 

I Dodffeviile. 

M '80 Burrall, Geo. E. / '84 
7 '83 Roberts, Henry F. / '84 

I Eau Claire. 

S '76 I Hendrix, Fred. N. / '79 

Fond du Lae. 
<f '49 Conklin, Wm. D. * '52 

Fort Atkinton. 
n '44 ! Wilcox, K. Wells. / '84 

Gal^sville. 
I '83 Avery, Henry N. # '58 

Otnesee. 
<f '51 Remington, J. W. E '66 



Goss, Alfred J. 

La Croue. 
•Martindale, C. K. 
Martindale, S. 

Leon. 
Smith, Howard B. 

Madison. 
Bascom, Geo. M. 
Graham, Wm. M. 
Hutchinsonf J. M. 
Kellogg, Chas. L. 
Lamb, Chas. F. 
Lathrop, Leopold. 
McCurdy, A. E. 
Moseley, Hany. 
Parkinson, M. M. 



jF'58 

e '48 
if '47 

7*85 

/'79 
7 '83 
/•85 
7 '82 
/*8o 

^'53 
/•8i 

7 '84 
/'84 




i 




GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 




MVwaukee, 
Austin, Robt. N., IT '45 

1004 Walnut St. 
Brigham, Chas. I. / '85 
Gary. J. W., Jr. 1 '85 
Dousman, Jas H. / '84 
Hooker, D. G., if' 53 

647 Van Buren St. 

Malloiy, RoUin B. 1 '84 

Paul, Edward J., 1 '79 

Cor. Nat'l Ave. and 

Grove St. 

Shennan, Wm. H., # '47 

455 Jackson St. 
Wells, Chas. W. 1 '82 
Zinkeisen, Max. E '80 



Monroe. 
Goddard, Edmund. / '84 
Monroe, Wm. B. / '84 

Onhkoih, 
Finch, Earl P., Zr'56 

32 Light St. 
Hutchinson, K. M., JI '47 

56 Algoma St. 
Pike, Fred. A., Jr. / '85 
Russell, Rich'd H. I '82 
Weed, Henry I. / '82 

Prairie dn Chien. 
Viele, Luther S. ^ '49 

Baeine, 
Fratt, Chas. D. / '83 



Fratt, Fred. W. / '82 

Sparta, 

Oster, Frank F. / '82 

Richardson, G. A. M*6o 



Superior. 
Perry, Geo. W. 


^'51 


Waierlown. 
Pease, Harlow. 
Skinner, C. B. 


*'49 


Waukesha. 
♦Burroughs, Wait. M. 


J? '63 



West Bend, 
Frisby, L. F., Jr. / '84 



WYOMING TERRITORY. 

Cheyenne, 
David, Edw'd C. '50 

U. 8. A. 

[All Members of the U. S. A. and U. S. N. maybe reached by letter addressed to Army 
and Navy Building, cor. Houston & Grand Sts., N. Y. City.] 



Bolton, Edwin B. T '72 

♦Chapman, L. F. M*^s 

Conrad, Jos. S. JI '53 

Dnane, James C. 11 '44 



Evans, Robt. K. F '72 

•Howe, Albion. H ti 

Jones, Frank B. F '77 

*McCarty, Daniel 27 '44 

McConihfi, Sam'l. II '56 



O'Brien, Lyster M. E '58 

Stanton. Wm. S. E '67 

Wood, Henry C. H '54 

♦Wright, Edward. S '45 



U, 8. N. 

Abbott, John P. ff '50 | Chase, Volney O. F '83 | *Wood, Edw'd N. M '64 

MEMBERS IN OTHER COUNTRIES BESIDES THE 



Montreal, Province of 
Quebec. 
McLennan, J. S. if* 74 

ffilUborouffhf N. Brunswick. 
Tompkins, Jos. T. * *57 

Mexico City, Mexico. 

Skilton, J. Aug. ^ *53 

12 1st San Fr'cisco St. 

Paso del Norte, Mexico. 
Boake, Chas. A. X '70 



UNITED STATES. 

Comayagua, Hondwra*, C,A, 
*Rodas, Justo J. U '46 

Havana, Cuba, 
De Socarrez, M. ^'64 

St. Vincent, West Indies, 
♦Hughes, Benj. A. -4 '55 

Paris, France, 
Turner, Arthur R., X '84 

12 Rue de Clichy. 
Tyng, S. H., Jr. Q '58 



Frank/ort'On'the'Main, 

Germany, 

•Miller, Hobart. E '57 

Messina, Italy. 
Owen, George H. M *yo 

Foo Chow, China, 
Judson, Tunius H. $ '76 
Mills, Frank V. ^ '77 

Cape Town, C, C, Africa. 
Wolff, Henry A. X '74 







Tablc2 of Membership^ 



CHAPTER. 



Alpha Pi 

Alpha Theta . . 

Alpha Mu 

Alpha Alpha ... 

Alpha Eta 

Alpha Phi 

Alpha Epsilon. . 
Alpha Zeta . . . . 
Alpha Delta... 
Alpha Sigma . . . 
Alpha Kappa... 
Alpha Upsilon. 
Alpha Beta ... 
Alpha Gamma . 
Alpha Lambda. 

Alpha Chi 

Alpha Omicron 

Alpha Psi 

Alpha Tau 

Alpha Nu 

Alpha Iota... . 
Alpha Rho 

Totals.. 




Dead. 



Living. 



65 

45 

31 
27 

61 

37 
32 
22 

17 

19 

S 
16 

3 
22 

7 
5 
3 

. a 

2 
I 



420 



143 

153 

157 

105 
90 

176 

162 

33 

35 

31 
48 

97 
55 

137 
37 

"5 
14 
15 
74 
66 

38 
31 



1,812 



Total. 



208 
198 
188 
132 

151 
213 

194 

55 
52 
50 
53 
"3 
58 

159 

44 
120 

17 

15 
76 

67 

38 

31 



2,232 






ERRATA. 



• • • 



[The following names have by mistake been omitted from the lists under 
which they belong.] 



Hamlin Beattie, Greenville, S. C 

Merchant. 



A '58. 



iT, '76. 



John Franklin Clute, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Lawyer. 

Thomas J. Hill, Memphis, Tenn.J -^, '73- 

Cyrus Strong Merrill, M.D., Albany, N. Y., X, '67. 

23 Washington Ave. 

Two years at Middlebury; two years at Amherst; Professor in the 
Ophthalmic College Hospital at Albany; Practicing Physician, special- 
ties Eye and Ear. 

Frank Oliver Robertson,! White Haven, Tenn. -T, '77 

Two terms in college; Farmer; in service of Miss, and Tenn. R. 
R. for two years. 

W. J. Scott, Address unknown. W, '72. 

W. H. SiMMONDS, Address unknown. /^, '57. 







ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



■♦♦*- 




ALPHA PI. 

Berthoud, p. i8. Address, Room 50, 5 Cortlandt St. 

Bartlett, p. 29. After "Albany, N. Y., 1874-81," omit "Second Dutch Re- 
form Church." 

Marvin, p. 29. Address, 149 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Occupation, 
Teacher. 

Finch, p. 30. Elected to Wis. Assembly in 1882, and chosen Speaker of the 
House. 

CowLES, p. 32. Full name, John Proctor. Address, 57 Cranberry St., Brooklyn- 
Occupation, Editor. 

Lambson, p. 33. Died 1882. 

Richardson, p. 33. Elected Mayor of Oswego, 1883. 

CoNSAUL, p. 34. Crockery, not Hardware Merchant. 

Paige, p. 38. Elected to Congress, 1882. 

Van Dyck, p. 38. City address, 346 Broadway. 

Toll, p. 39. City address, 528 E. 86th St. 

Clute, p. 40. Address, Schenectady, N. Y. 

RODGERS, p. 41. Address, Calyer St., not Colyer. 

ALPHA THETA. 

Douglass, p. 45. For "Medical Examiner; Medical Examiner for," etc., 
read *' Medical Examiner for," etc. 

Turner, p. 47. For Williams Coll. " Associatio," read " Association." 

Chapman, p. 48. Greek letter omitted before name should be Z 

Cheney, p. 51. Address, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Knowlson, p. 53. For " Poultney, N. Y.," read " Poultney, Vt." 

Prentice, p. 53. Middle name, *' Packer." 

Amory, p. 56. For •' Capley," read "Copley." 

Van Nest, p. 57. Should have dagger (f ) after name. 

Tyng & Van Nest, p. 57. Wrong order. 

Ball, p. 57. Should have star before name. 

Blagden, p. 57. General Manager of the N. British and Mercantile Ins. Co., 
N. Y. City. 

ISHAM, p. 58. Omit " Brother Edward Swift/' etc 





386 ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 





Abbott, p. 60. Correct name, Robert Abbott, Jr. Address. 95 Gold St., 
N. Y. City. 

CuvLER, p. 60. Business address, 20 John St., N. Y. City. 

Sumner, p. 61. For *' Lunerburg," read '* Lunenburgh." 

Johnson, p. 61. Salt Lake City, Utah. Is not now at the address given. 

Page, p. 61. City address, 337 Wabash Ave. 

Pratt, p. 63. Prof. Sacred Hymnology in Hartfdrd Theological Seminary. 

Roe, p. 64. Was one year in Johns Hopkins University. 

Roe, p. 65. City address, 63 Livingston St. 

Erwin, p. 65. Teacher in Peekskill Military Academy. 

McCamant, p. 65. In Columbia Law School. 

Townsend, p. 65. In Columbia Law School. 

Homes, p. 66. Name Holmes. 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886 : 

Milton Elvin Blanchard, Newark, N. J. ; Edward Luther Dixon, Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; Tevis Goodloe, Louisville, Ky.; George Byron Hayes, 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 

ALPHA MU. 

Cochran, p. 70. For " Arglyle," read " Argyle Academy." 
Lyon, p. 70. For ** New York," read " N. Y. City." 

Barter, p. 71. Should have dagger (f) after name. Was one year with 

Alpha Phi. 
WiLLARD, p. 72. For "Franklin Agricultural Society," read "Franklin Co. 

Agric. Soc." 

Dickinson, p. 77. For "his discontinuance," read "its discontinuance." 

Abell, p. 78. Should be Hon., etc. 

Davis, p. 79. Should be Hon., etc. 

Ford, p. 83. Should be Hon., etc. 

Howe, p. 84. Roxbury, Boston, Mcus, 

BoiCE, p. 89. Now in N. Y. City. 

Murkland, p. 89. Address, 7 Le Grand St., Lowell, Mass. Now Theological 
Student at Harvard. 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886 : 

Willis Moore Ross, Poultney, Vt.; James Peter Thompson, Mechanics- 
ville, N. Y. 

ALPHA ALPHA- 

GoULD, p. 94. Address, Newton, Mass. In charge of churches at Rockville, 
Marlborough; New London and Norwich, Conn.; Marshfield, Quincy, 
E. Weymouth, Edgartown, New Bedford, Fall River, Mass.; Providence, 
R. I. (3 churches); Bangor, Me., from i846-'68. Now in charge of M. E. 
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Morrow, p. 95. For " Macdonough St.," read ** McDonough St. 

Fountain, p. 96. Not living now in Madison. 

Alung, p. 97. Correct name, Ebeneezer Treat. 

Belding, p. 97. Address, Eureka Springs, Ark. 

MuLFORD, p. 99. For " Van Beuren,*' read " Van Buren." 

Putney, p. 100. Should have star before name. 

Piper, p. 103. Not now in Chicago, 111. 

Chase, p. 105. Dead. 

EiswALD, Adolph H., p. 109. Died Sept. 15, 1882, aged 21. 

EiswALD, Arthur S., p. 109. Died June i, 1882, aged 23. 

Wheatley, p. 109. Now Student Columbia S. of M., N. Y. City. 

ALPHA ETA. 

Savage, p. 117. For **Quincey, 111.," read "Quincy, 111." 
Wood, p. 121. For *' New York City," etc., read " U. S. A." 
Rice, p. 123. Occupation, Lawyer. 
Anderson, p. 129. Should have star before name. 

ALPHA PHI. 

Eaton, p. 135. Has resigned Presidency of Packer Inst, on account of ill 
health. 

HUNGERFORD, p. 135. Died April 3d, 1883. 

Priest, p. 136. Formerly Rector of the American Chapel in Paris, France. 

Lowe, p. 140. Residence, 334 W. i8th St. 

Burke, p. 142. City address, 218 Dearborn Ave. 

Manchester, p. 143. Address, 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

BissELL, p. 149. Address, Passaic, N. J. 

Taber, p. 156. Correct name. Tabor. 

Wendell, p. 156. Has left Chicago. 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886 : 

Gilbert Allis Callahan, Franklin, N. Y.; ♦Winslow Clark Candee, 
Watertown, N. Y. Killed by coasting accident, Dec. 7th, 1882. New- 
comb Cleveland, Albany, N. Y.; Wm. Horace Hotchkiss, Olean, N. Y.; 
James Henry Roberts, Windsor, N. Y.; Cyrus Van Ness Washburn, 
Oxford, N. Y. 

ALPHA EPSILON. 

Thompson, p. 163. Chief work, " Doesticks, and what he says." 

Douglass, p. 171. Name, Wm. W. Douglas. 

Douglass, p. 172. Read Douglas. 

Durham, p. 171. Member American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Tyng, p. 171. For " S, H. Tyng, Jr.," read " S. H. Tyng." 





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Ambrose, p. 172. Address, Bay City, Mich. 

Van Grove, p. 174. Address, cor. Wabash Ave. and Monroe St., Chicago, III. 

SCHANZ, p. 176. For " 70" read " 78 " Winder St. 

The following have been initiated from the Class of 1886 : 
Herbert G. Finch, Oshkosh, Wis. ; Rolla P. Roe, Buchanan, Mich. 

ALPHA ZETA. 

ASTOR, p. 181. City address, 350 5th Ave. 

ASTOR, p. 183. Address, West Copake, N. Y. 

Cruger, p. 185. The Post Office for Crugers, N. Y., is Annandale, N. Y. 

Stuyvesant, p. 185. Full name Augustus Van Horn. City address, 152 
5 th Ave. 

ALPHA delta. 

Cole, p. 193. City address, 20 W. 57th St, 

alpha SIGMA. 

Manly, p. 199. Died May 15, not Aug. 15. 

Richmond, p. 200. For " Fairfield,*' read •* Fairfield Co." 

alpha kappa. 

James, p. 205. Marked unknown, is a broker with Spencer Trask & Co., 70 
Broadway, N. Y. City. 

ALPHA UPSILON. 

Allen, p. 217. Incorrect address. See p. 277. 
Spann, p. 222. For "J. M. Spann," read "James M. Spann." 
Goldsmith, p. 223. For " P. H.,'* read " Peter H." 
Steele, p. 224. For " Granitville," read " GraniteviUe." 

The following have been initiated from the Class of 1886 : 

James R. Aiken, Gowensville, S. C; Harvey C. Dargan, Greenville, S. C; 
Joseph F. Davis, Lynch's Creek, S. C; Theron T. Earle, Gowens- 
ville, S. C. 

alpha beta. 

White, p. 227. " Wm. White " should be " Wm. Howe." 

Williamson, p. 229. In wrong order. 

Lawton, p. 231. '* Bumwell Co." should be " Barnwell Co." 

This Alpha has lately been reorganized, with the following members : 

Class of 1884. 

O. H. Edwards, Palmetto Co., S. C; J. D. Haynesworth, Darlington C. H., 
S. C; T. W. NoRMENT, Darlington C. H., S. C. 





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Class of 1885. 

W. Haynesworth, Sumpter, S. C; J. E. Lee, Edgefield Co., S. C; D. R. 
Towers, Anderson, S. C. 

Class of 1886. 

H. M. Ayer, Anderson, S. C; H. H. Huggins, Darlington, S. C; C. A. 
Prevost, Anderson, S. C. 

ALPHA GAMMA. 

Oliver, p. 239. For " Albert," read '• Elbert." 

Neille, p. 241. For " Carrolton," read '* CarroUton.*' 

Thacher, p. 242. Name, Thatcher. 

Bolton and Evans, p. 243. The addresses given are their residences before 
entering U. S. A. 

WiLDY, p. 244. There is no such P. O. as Las Angdas, Cal. 

Lamb, p. 245. De Soto Front is in Miss. 

Owens, p. 245. Double dagger (X) after address should be omitted. 

Bullock, p. 247. Read " W. F." for " W. T " 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1884 (too late for inser- 
tion in list): 

R. M. Buck, Lexington, Miss. 

From Class of 1886 : 

F. C. Dailey, Torrance, Miss.; H. S. Davidson, Oxford, Miss.; A. Kuyken- 
dall, Harrison Station, Miss.; J. R. Richards, West Point. Miss.; W. 
H. Stevens, Crawford. Miss.; R. Y. Thompson, Vicksburg, Miss. 




ALPHA LAMBDA. 

Holmes, p. 251. Star should be placed before the name of C. F. Ladd. 
Waters, p. 257. Business address, 14 W. 14th St., N. Y. City. 
Metcalf and Steere, p. 258. Should have dagger (f ) after names. 

ALPHA CHL 

Gage, p. 203. Cashier of A. H. Beardsley & Co., Chicago. 

Davis, p. 263. Not at 38 Cheever PL, Brooklyn. 

Herbert, p. 265. Name is Hobart. 

Gray, p. 266. City address, 196 Boyleston St. 

Haven, p. 266. City address, 19 Exeter St. 

BiRDSEYE, p. 266. City address, 45 Strong PI. 

Marsh, p. 266. Address, Santa F6, N. M. 

Smith, p. 267. City address, 180 Wabash Ave. 

Mason, p. 268. Address, 1059 3d Ave., Brookljrn, N. Y. 

Peet, p. 269. Not now at Craigsford, la. 





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Dike, p. 269. LL.B. Columbia Coll. Lawyer, at 20 Nassau St., N. Y. City. 

Peet, p. 269. City address, 184 Columbia Heights. 

Spahr, p. 269. Not now editor Columbus Gazette. 

GooDNOw, p. 270. For ** B. S., Amherst," read " A. B., Amherst." 

Lattimer, p. 270. In addition to Treasurer, etc., is engaged in the Drug 
business. 

Crowfut, p. 270. Name, Crofut. 

Ckx>DRiCH, p. 270. City address, 202 Wash. Park. 

Learned, p. 270. Engaged in Silver Mining. 

Abbott, p. 271. City address, 20 Lafayette Place, care Christian Union, 




Galloway, p. 271. Omit "one term at Amherst." Dagger (fj after name 
should also be stricken out. 

Chase, p. 272, Residence, Lake View, 111. 

Howard, p. 272. Omit dagger (f ) after name. 

Hall, p. 272. City address, 2 Wash. Place. 

HussEY, p. 272. For " N. B. Hussey & Co., Northampton," read " N. B. 
Hussey & Co., Minneapolis, Minn." 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886 : 

LuciEN Blake Copeland, Northampton, Mass.; Josiah Pope Dickerman, 
Foxboro', Mass.; Wm. Clyde Fitch, Boston, Mass.; Edwin Barnes 
NivER, Cazenovia, N. Y. ; Charles Merrick Starkweather, Northamp- 
ton, Mass.; Frank Griswold Wild, Brooklyn, N. Y., 91 St. James PI. 

ALPHA PSI. 

Babcock, p. 281. Full name, Linn Boyd. 

McMillan, p. 281. For " D. H.," read " Daniel H.," and for ** 238 Penn St.," 
read " 233 Penn St." 

ALPHA TAU. 

Wannamaker, p. 288. p. O. St. Matthew's. 

Cauthen, p. 291. Name, Canthen. 

Folk, p. 293. For " Bamberg," read *' Bamberg." 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886: 

Charles Cloud Fowler. Spartanburg, S. C. ; Reuben C. Kirkland, Bam- 
well Co., S. C; Wm. Blackstone Nott, Spartanburg, S. C; Hampton 
K. Smith, Spartanburg, S. C. 

alpha nu. 

Starritt, p. 297. Died Jan., 1883. 

FuRBER, p. 298. Address, St. Louis, Mo. 

Gillette, p. 298. At present in St. Paul, Minn. Engaged in negotiating for 
right of way for St. Paul and Manitoba R. R. 

BULTS, p. 299. For ** Wabashaw," read " Wabasha." 






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Young, p. 299. LL.B. Iowa State University. 

Carville, p. 300. Address, Oka. Mont. 

LiNDLEY, p. 301. Occupation, Real Estate Agent. 

DiCKERMAN, A. E., p. 302. In wholesale Notion business in St. Paul, Minn. 

DiCKERMAN, W. H., p. 302. In wholesale Notion business in St. Paul, Minn. 

Johnson, p. 302. Law Student, Univ. of Mich. 

Pickett, p. 302. Reporter for Pioneer Press ^ Minneapolis, Minn. 

Reynolds, p. 302. Law Student, Univ. of Mich. 

Webster, p. 302. Law Student, Univ. of Mich. 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886: 
Harry J. Horn, St. Paul, Minn.; Charles H. Wright, St Paul, Minn. 

ALPHA IOTA. 

Paul, p. 307. City address, cor. Nat'l Ave and Grove St. 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886 : 

Howard Greene, Milwaukee. Wis.; Fred. N. Hooker, Milwaukee, Wis.; 
Levi N. Naylor, Racine, Wis. 

ALPHA RHO. 

Rockefeller, p. 313. Should read Rev. DeW. G. Rockefeller. Now Pastor 
of Reformed Church in Norwood Park, 111. 

DUMONT, p. 313. Theological Student in Seminary, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Le Fevre, p. 313. Med. Student, N. Y. City. 

Perlee, p. 313. Theological Student at Seminary, N. B. 

Scarlett, p. 313. Theological Student at Seminary, N. B. 

See, p. 313. In Theological Seminary, New Brunswick. 

Brooks, p. 313. In Theological Seminary, New Brunswick. 

Conklin, p. 313. In Theological Seminary, New Brunswick. 

Grant, p. 313. Civil Engineer. 

Scott, p. 313. Civil Engineer. 

Bennett, p. 314. Civil Engineer. 

Bevier, p. 314. Civil Engineer. 

Gillespie, p. 314. Theological Student, New Brunswick. 

Hover, p. 314. Law Student. 

NoRRis, p. 314. Student Union Theological Seminary, N. Y. City. 

Skellenger, p. 314. Theological Student, New Brunswick. 

The following have been initiated from Class of 1886 : 

Cornelius Bruyn, Kingston, N. Y.; Clarence M. DuBois, Bridgeton, N. J.; 
Alfred E. Gregg, Schenectady, N. Y.; Wm. M. Riva, Havana, Cuba; 
George Edwin Talmage, Amoy, China; George H. Viehman, New 
Brunswick, N. J. 





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An Alpha was established Feb. 14th, 1883, at Stevens Institute 
of Technology, Hoboken, N. J., and named Alpha Xi. The fol- 
lowing members have been initiated : 

Class of 1884, 

Wm. Norris Stevens, Montclair, N. J.; Charles Walter Thomas, Jersey 
City Heights, N. J.; Frank Van Vleck, Kingston, N. Y. 

Class of iZZ^, 

Simeon Martinez, Guanajuato, Mexico ; North McLean, Hoboken, N. J. ; 

{ESSE Homer Sanford, Dunbar, Pa.; De Forest Curtis Wiljliams, 
ohnstown, Pa. 

Class of \%'ilb, 
John McColloch, Baltimore, Md. 

To the Errata, p. 384, should have been added the name of 
*GiLBERT C. Briggs, Z 1 849, N. Y. City. 

To Cyrus S. Merrill's history should be added — 

A.M.; M.D. Coll Phys. and Surgeons, N. Y., 1871; Ophthalmic and Aural 
Surgeon to St. Peters, Albany, and Child's Hospitals in Albany, and to the Troy 
Hospital. 





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